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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 October 1974

5 19 (Its v to i jay, October 15, 1974 RAMBLER Page Seven dun Hits til ■into tin Oeges It class the li.ti aid { |i stratioi lortunitrl igestioa you fd lit evtn| be, rep |blicity: Box ] Imager: Its and! upon ttivities j jr the tival, a S Ige the- Ion will Tech! bel ■ bel «|a«we.5vri. *V t.-••.v ' ■'i\ S&wtojksa * -i# Hp|g I - ' J P m C. ThS 1 rniiv .9 m B ■ i\ > ok stofl Rifely jf /j !§<-■ I if.;.; I P ■ ^ ■ Debbie Olshefski'j Sports shorts TWC vs. ETSU The women's volleyball team went to East Texas StateJJniversity in Commerce Thursday, . Oct. ' 3, to play two matches. ETSU won the frrsj match with the first two games 15-6, 15-12. They also took the first game of the second • match 15-6. Then TWC fired up and won the next two 15-9, 15-9. TWU TOURNAMENT Friday and Saturday the team competed in the Texas Woman's University Tournament at Denton. Their first game the Tex Wes women lost to Stephen F. Austin 12-15, 3-15. JUTA was their next challengers. T.WC lost 7-15, 11-15. TW...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 October 1974

11 RAMBLER Paae Eight Tue&day Octob«?- i ^ SK fa Mfi -■• l&jjt&B ^ ^SasSaiilr^ Gary Sailor, Lambda Chi, asks for . . . . . receives . . . SportsoRAMa By . Kelly Morgan The basketball team under Coach Johnny Howerton has been working very strenuously. Besides all of the physical work- outs like running and lay up drills, the team is mentally ab- sorbing new offensive plays and defensive°formations. VVe'll have a chance in the very near future to see our team in action. Below are listed some scrimmage games our squad will engage in prior to the new season: Sat., Oct. 19 — Jacksonville Jr. Col There (1 p.m.) Fri., Oct. 25 — Weatherford Jr. Col. There (3:30 p.m.) Sat., Oct. 26 — Lon Morris ~ Th^re (10 a.m.) Tues., Oct. 29 — Weatherford Jr. Col Here (7:30 p.m.) Fri., Nov. 1 — Hill County Jr. Col Here (3 p.m.) Sat., Nov. 2 — Lon Morris Here (10 a.m.) Fri., Nov. 8 — Hill County Jr. Col There (3 p.m.) Jhese are just scrimmage games but let's try to attend the home games and show...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 October 1974

Texas Wesley an Rambler ' ctolleg [ 49 — No. 8 Texas Wesleyan College, Fort Worth, Texas 76105 Tuesday, October 22, 1974 reskin to appear at TWC fcs have acclaimed, "You won't been dangling strange what he can do!" SiiW age wild-eyed audiences, len Kreskin learned that he On Thursday, Oct. j>lav the piano by ear, he has the 'Amazing Kreskin' 3ft 24, at 8 p wjll appear in t Kreskin • • ■ With personality plus powers before the Texas Wes Fine Arts, Auditorium. Admission to the program, sponsor- ed by the Student Activities Board, is by ticket only. They were made avail- able to TWC students and faculty be- ginning last Friday. Any tickets that are left >vill be given to the public starting tomorrow. Kreskin, often billed "The Amazing Kreskin," was born George Kresge in the mid-thirties in West Caldwell, New Jersey. At twelve he could hypnotize. And though still in his thirties he has be- come well-known not only as an en- tertainer, but as a very well-recognized consultant to ps...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 October 1974

Tuesday, October 22 TXWECO beauties October js meeting month pms enters pageant 4V October seems to be the best month for banquets, conferences seminars, and various in- stitutes. Maybe the weather has something to do with it. Some of the professors and students attended and will attend various out-of-town and out-of-state conferences and seminars. The*\meriean Association of University Pro- ; lessors held its State meeting in Austin, Texas last week. Dr, C. Donnelly, Mr. C. Nichols, Dr. R. Ballard, Dr. J. Street, Mr. G. Williams, and Dr. H. McWilliams attended the meeting. The local chapter of A.A.U.P., which is the Texas Conference of American Association of 0 "■diversity Professors, is headed by Dr. C. Don- nelly, President; Dr. R. Ballard, Vice President; Dr. U. VleYVijUams, Treasurer; and Carol Cor- ley, Secretary. Other members include Mr. G. Williams, Mr. C. Nichols, and Dr. J. Street. Dr. H. Salih attended the Middle East In- stitute Conference in Washington, D.C., and a con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 October 1974

ictober 22 1974 RAMBLER Page Three Corner —• - By Betty Johnson SWI onetime over-achiever, re- n intimate document just over to the humanistic week's book, by Harold C. Lyon, Jr. tells how a rigid jever revolutionized his life through the human poten- ^^^ifcnent. rom V'jSI * ,n( .f Harold Lyon, a self-confessed zeals In his startingly candid and o low and why he subsequen jhilosophv way of life. CO •As a child, as a schoolboy, as a West Pointer, then as a jaratroop officer of the 101st Airborne Division, the author t |5 :trove Jtfth constant determination to excel. b he was falsely accused of peddling pornography. The as later dropped, but he was disgraced, released from >(1 jc^Hffl^ny, and so began to question his goals in life. ' Wwent through extensive psychotherapy, became event- distinguished educator and a fervent exponent of the tential movement. It's Me and I'm Here! offers vivid the very qualities of awareness, aliveness, and "here ess" that the author himself espouses w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 October 1974

Page Four RAMBLER Tuesday, October 22 Tennis team to visit Hawaii by Kevin Tee The Texas Wesleyan College tennis team is heading to the sunny islands of Hawaii next Feb. 27, yes Hawaii! After receiving an invitation to compete against the Univer- sity of Hawaii last spring Dr. i Olson began checking into the feasability of the trip. F[e discovered that the trip was possible if the members of the team could pay for their own air fare to the Islands. The players decided to sponsor money-raising projects to pay " "(5 SportsoRAMa By Kelly Morgan the other expenses with each team member paying the differ- ence between the amount of money raised and the expenses. The main fund raising event will be a tennis marathon on Nov. 14-17. The team members will compete in 70 continuous hours of play. The massive tennis match will take place in the Texas Wes gym. Q While in the fiftieth state the Rams will compete against the University of ^Hawaii and other colleges in the Hawaii Athletic Conferenc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1974

ampus-wide food drive is slated by Gay Baroett ambler Feature Editor fining Nov, 6 and continuing the eighth a campus-wide Sve will be conducted on the /es campus. campaign was originally in-), to provide assistance for the stricken families of Hon- duras. However, the Red Cross ex- plained that much is already waiting at the docks to be sent over. With this in mind, Gamma Phi Beta, organizer of the charity, chose to focus attention on the local area and provide Thanksgiving dinners for several needy families. The club has asked that everyone wishing to contribute bring any can- ned goods they might have and place them in one of the collection boxes lo- cated in the SUB, the Ad building or the dorms. ^ -Items will be cbllected at the^nd of the week and given to needy fam- ilies in the area that otherwise might Wesleyan Rambler not be able to have a Thanksgiving dinner. 0 Plans also include buying turkeys for them. Any contributions for this should be given to philanthropy chair- men...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1974

Page Two RAMBLER Tuesday, November 5 Texas Wesleyan Rambler Editorial Commer^. a % d) . „S>b<4j bt^t - w There is a growing problem in the world that could prosperous and not so prosperious people to lose everything might say it's like a disease and it's spreading like ar. epii The naftie of the much dreaded disease is Inflation. T&e world i such an economic dilemma right now that it might "take yean pull out of it. The Ford administration is not calling together economic 1 rriit meetings ju^t-to see( what's going on in the society circie. world is in trouble whetlw^e w-an^ to admit it or not "Whan* ?M Mr. "Waller)v In one local evening paper I counted twenty-five stones iM or related "to the economic situation. There are food crises,.* crises, paper crises, droughts, floods, earthquakes, hurriances" natural disasters contribute to the others) and many more thi that people aren't even aware of. Like some of the many countries (our own not excluded! ^ have communities that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1974

; November 5, 1974 RAMBLER Corner Page Three Bishop Lance is featured speaker Betty Johnson 5 week's book. "Glimpses Of The Beyond" by Jean-Baptiste , is a real gem for those who are interested in the field of hology. o Bwers one main question in particular "What happens after This question is pendered by the majority of the living lit not even worried about by the "unliving." |j£ story it tells about who reported and how the stories orted. The people who reported these experiences had them were clinically dead. ically we are dead when the heart stops beating and after minutes the brain is supposed to start deteriorating ir- This definition, however, is now under dispute more since organ transplants have made the question of legal important issue. When, for instance, can you start cutting [person's heart in order to save another? , accounts in many instances are surprisingly similar, some tig, but most of the experiences are positive. As a result, veryone who has undergone this expe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1974

Page Four RAMBLER Tuesday, November 5 :a SportsoRAMa By Kelly Morgan Pikes lead in intramural action Nov. 19, at 7:30 p.m. LeTourneau, College will invade TWC's gym for Tex Wes' first basketball game of the season. Johnny Howerton is our new basketball coach and tW make him feel at home the Alumni Association, Ram Booster Club, arid the Student Association are plaitning a "Welcome Johnny Night." • 'Tickets are available in the Sid W. Richardson Physical Fitness Center for this game for non-students. 0 A possible pep rally and bonfire are being considered. Let's plan to attend Nov. 19 and make Coach Howerton feel welcome. Oct. 25, TWC's basketball team scrimmaged Weatherford Jun- ior College and split halves with them. We won 39-28 and lost the second half 32-30. Leroy Lumzy led the scoring in that game. Saturday, Oct. 26, TWC came out on top in two halves in their scrimmage with Jacksonville, oiitscoring them 34-25 and 37-25. Coach Howerton hasn't quite decided on his starting lineu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1974

■sill ■M 5, H TEXAS WESLEVAN m Texas Wesleyan Raoihlcf tO ! thej kid I Ike f for I E 49 - No. 10 Tex Wetley«n College, Port Worth, Texts 76105 Tuesday, November 12, 1974 31 TWC seniors are cited as Who's Who nominees |Wesl| pn toi as i |pus. Si the q ling I iToural son Gh by Gay Barnett Rambler Feature0 Editor Thirty-one Texas Wes shidents have been named to Who's Who Among Students in ^*\merican Universities and -Colleges for '74-75, as announced by the Dean's office. Nominations were taken from faculty polls and student suggestions through the Student Association. A faculty J hd student committee made the final selection on the basis of these nominations. To be eligible students had to be a can- didate for graduation by August '75. Included in this year's Who's" Who are Moses Aaron Aleman, Jr., music major; Craig Lee Bromley, biology; Wennona Ann Brown, biology; Bonnie Lou Carlton, management; Donna Gail Chapman, elementary educati6n and kindergarten; and Kent Norman Couch, elemen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1974

Page Two„i RAMBLER Tuesday, Noverrbf r£5 *sz 12 Corner g P 0> & By Betty Johnson Houston site of SCMLA meeting This week's book, Thoughts of A Christian Optimist, by Dr. William A. Ward, is everything and more the critics have stated about it. It's made up of different proverbs that encourage, enlighten, educate, and even chastens a little. Dr. Ward has publish^ more tharuJ.20 articles; poems and meditations. Tiis "Think It Over" feature appears daily in the Fort Worth-. Star-Telegram and the San Diego, California Evening Tribune.- Dr. Ward has also written Fountains of Faith, Positive Power For Successful Salesmen (Co-Author), For This One Hour, Prayer Is, Allegiance to America and Brighten Your Corner. All are published by Droke House. 0 Thoughts of a Christian Optimist has such proverbs as "If we refuse to be used by God, we may be used by the godless," "Sincere humility attracts. Lack of humility subtracts. Artificial humility detracts." "To prepare for the present, study...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1974

November 12, 1974 B 4 1 IMfl lacaj to I &ssj nicl irll ^ipus unites for party hildren share their Christmas' RAMBLER Page Three [ „ by Marsha Knox ristmas season should be more than just receiving gifts. It II be a time for giving and casing as well. « |ta.s Wesleyan College's Omega Chi, religion fraternity, will I the true meaning of Christmas by uniting our campus or- ions and individuals in a Christmas project. committee is at work with the Wesley Community Center to lames of needy families. <9 Is is the fifth annual school-wide Christmas party sponsored ega Chi. The party 'will be held or! Dec. 5 at 6:30 on the TWC e The party will consist of games, sandwich supper, Santa to pass out gifts, gifts of fruit and candy and a Christmas d1 " ^ * ' ' • [any org^&ization, or individual, would .like to see that these (children have a meaningful. and joyous Christmas th^ are ited by the club to "contact Linda Wittera, coordinator, in |th Hall, or Amanda Swope in Stella Russell ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1974

Page Four RAMBLER Tuesday, November 12, I / Season opener marks Howerton's debut; •vw % X Johnny Howerton head basketball coach by Kelly Morgan Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m., Johnny Howtqjton will make his debut as TWC's basketball coach. At that time LeToumeau College will invade Sid W. Richardson Gym for the first basketball gam<* of the season. Arrangements have already been made to make this opening game very exciting. The cheerleaders, Becky Laminack, Melinda Spurlock, Janis Snody and LeAnn Howell, have planned a pep rally in front of the SUB. This activity will take place durmg the free period on the nineteenth. Everyone is urgea to attend to show the basketball team that the student body is behind them. In order to add additional excitement to the game, the Alumni Association; the Ram Booster Club, and thiuV StudeT)l^*\sso^tion, hai^declared Nov." 19 "Welcome . Johnny* Night in honor of Coach Howerton. All students may attend the game free by simply showing their ID. cards at the d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 November 1974

is. WESLEYAN KV 1 9 1374 ttllKfiSm itinue ; • \ • Reed o by Lonnie Dye - Throughout the week of Nov. 18-22 the division of business administration at Texas Wesleyan will bring three local busi- ness leaders to the campus to speak In the Management Lec- ture Series in the Reed Lecture Theater. The first lecture began Monday, Nov. 18. at 9 00 a.m. when Mr. Jon Brumi^y, president of the Southland Royalty "Company of Fort Worth, held a discussion with business stud'-nts. Mr. Brumley, who was brought to the TWC campus by Dr. Clifford Donnelly, assistant professor of business admin- istration, dLscussed the problems, challenges and opportunities that await the students when they enter the world of business and business management. The second lecture in the series will take place on VVednes- da^.^Nov. 20, at 10:00 ^.m., and will be given b^ ^Jr. Roger Line, the city manager of Fott Worth. , Mr. Line will be introduced by Mr. Harry Greene^ i^ssoti- ate professor of business administration, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 November 1974

Page Two RAMBLER Tuesday, November Opinions vary on TWC promotional film —.—— *-u From the first day of its filming, Texas Wes students and faculty have been prais- ing and persecuting,, cursing and compli- menting the school's new promotional film. CO' • These comments were finally brought to a head last week as the film was shown in its final form on campus for the first time. In response to the questiorj, "In your estimation, does the new promotional film give an accurate view of the college, and why?" Donna Williams, junior Ele- mentary Education major, responded, "Perhaps the film is a reflection of what the school is meant to be rather than a fair representation of what it actually — ^ r Several other students questioned also shared this view to some extent in that segments of the film were just wishful thinking. Debbie Olshefski, junior Physi- cal Education major, responded by saying, "No, kids don't sit arourg^ and talk on the grass all the time. The people down in the dorm ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 November 1974

November 19, 1974 RAMBLEI Page Three Visitation is discussed 'M ^ By Betty Johnson lis week's novel, Marathon \|an by William Goldman, is be ofie of the funniest and most unusual thrillers to be bed this year. It is already scheduled to be a major mo- ^cture produced for Paramount by Robert. Evans and Beckerman. lorn as Babington Levy, "Babe," is a former Rhodes Schol- \ a gifted graduate student at Columbia University. He po ambitions: one to*be a great marathon runner and ler, an intellectual of staggering accomplishments. fcylla, who works for "Division," is a top spy and a spe- who can deliver death .with either hand. These two bters seem to be worlds apart. Then the bald-headed man rs and the true relationship between "Babe" and Scylla bar*;. It leads. "Babe" from, his ordered life'^fto another certainty and peril. Villiam Goldman's novelg^ include., The Temple of Gold; [Turn to Courtesy;. My Turn to Bow; Soldielr in the Rain; [and Girls Together; No Way to Treat A Lady; The Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 November 1974

Page Four Tuesday, November It RAMBLER SportsoRAMa By Kelly Morgan Well, toiyght's the big night, TWC's first basketball game of the season. We're expecting the stands to be overflowing. Coach Howertorf-ffeels we have an excellent jte®n representing # Tex Wes this year. Our round- ballers have won 24 out of 26 scrimmage halves played this fall. Because Eddie Wright still has a cast on his ankle Coach How- erton may go with a three guard" offense tonight. The starting lineup is not certain, but the following five will probably take the court first. At guards (here will" be 5*10" Brian Comstock, "5'9" -Maurice Evans and 6'3" Leroy Lumzy. 6'4" Gerrye Green will be at for- ward while 6'6° Tommy Lane will be under th£ boards playing center. Tonight being "Welcome John- ny Night" and our first basket- ball game let's try to be there and show our team and new coach we're really behind them. They've worked very hard this fall and with a little support TWC could win the conference. Good luck...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 November 1974

y fE«S .WSLEYAN Texas Wesleyan Rambler n J Hi ^ LIBRARY No. 12 Taxis Wesleyan College, Fort Worth, Texas 76105 Tuesday, November 26, 1974 Improvisation <* * j- -v iMi-r **v nSW* • i/ it '' ;'-4j Art department to stage multi - media-presentation « s by Steve Alldredge The art department is combining its efforts with those of several others to produce a multi-media event, Sunday, Dec. 1 at 4:00 p.m. in the SUB, The presentation is created by senior art major Anrdea Rich and junior music student Art Davis. It will include improvisation;^ dance by Elizabeth Slayton, improvisational music by Citizen, lighting effects by Jerry Dawson, prepared tapes and readings by Art Davis, and an original film by David Stepp. Davis states, "It is combining the arts into a whole that actually becomes a form itself." Andrea Rich is opening her senior art show on Dec. 1, which will run through Dec. 14. This show is included as a form of media in the presentation. Her works will feature paint- ing, sil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 November 1974

c Page RAMBLER Tuesday, November 26 Tape now permissible on stickers \ Parking sticker problems have arisen this semester, necessitating changes in the parking policy. All students, faculty, and staff who plan to park in the collegt^ontroHed areas muit purchase a parking sticker and attach it to the lower left side of the rear windsrtW^d. It may be attached with tape. If a registrant must drive an unregistered ve- hicle because o£ circumstances beyond his con- trol, several procedures should be followed. A piece of paper bearing the permit number should be attached to the same spot where a reg- ular permit would go. If a vehicle is to be driven several days, a temporary sticker can be obtained in the SUB from the hostess. After the second d*y the permit numbers will be checked for validity against the college records. If the vehicle is to be driven for several days, the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs should be contacted. o Vandals hit parking lots TWC campus parking lots have...

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