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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 March 1954

The WAR WHOOP Friday March S 1H4 Page 2 Campus Calendar Friday March 5 Willson-Doni-son Lectures end 12:00 noon. Saturday March 6 TIP ban- quet 7:30 p. m. Monday March 8 Sigma Tnu Delta PEMM. Tuaaday March 9 Press Club 4:30 p. m. Wednesday. March 10 Chris tian Foundation 7 p. m. Thursday March 11 Social Club meetings. Friday. March 12 Forum-Volunteer banquet 8 p. m. ROCKOVER SPEAKS AT CROSS PLAINS Dr. Andrew C. Rockovcr head of the Economics and Business Administration department spoke at Cross Plains Tuesday night at a Community Night meeting. The meeting is part of a Dedication Week sponsored by Cross Plains Public Schools. (editor i a It iSock or Jrad h Visitors on the campus in garden as t lit bounty spot of might more appropriately be called the trash garden. Faculty members and students alike drive their cars across the rock garden lawn leaving all sorts litters the entire area. The fish pond which once was covered with beautiful water lilies is now filled with trash bottles a...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 March 1954

Friday. March 8 1IM The WAR WHOOP Pat 9 p O t t 6 3j VJtU. PmtmUl Griddersto Hold Second Scrimmage McMiirry griddcrs will engage in their second inter-squad scrim- mage tomorrow afternoon at 2:00 after the first game last Satur- day ended in a 13-13 tic be- tween the Red and White teams. The teams will be divided into two squads again tomorrow with All-Conference quarterback Joe Bill Fox playing for both teams when needed. Starting lineup arc as follows WHITES Houston Curry Stapler Wilson Keese Etheridge Angel Watkins Corlty Price Ratllff Mathis Hayworth Walls Atkins Bilbo Jonas C C G G T T T F WB WB WB QB TB TB FB C REDS HolUday Berirand Young Sullivan Payne Martin Teaff Sultemier Mints Bales Corlty Anderson Carmach Patterson Red gridders by scoring two touchdowns on 67 and 20-yard runs. Sophomore fullback James Wells contributed the game-tying extra point. On the other side of the fence transfer end Bill Mims who came to the reservation from Tarlcton State gathered in a 60-yard ae...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 March 1954

The WAR WHOOP Friday Mtnh I. 1M4 Page AnENTION GIRLS McMurry't Spring 8 1 r 1 Show U coming toon. Watch the Wax Whoop for further details. Volunteers Meet Elect Two Officers Barbara Amos and Betty Camp- bell were elected song leader and reporter respectively for Volun- teers Monday night. Previous song leader Marilyn Boydstun and reporter Shirley Massey are unable to meet with Volunteers this semester because of classes. Another item at Monday's meet- ing was the selection of a club song The song chosen was "Kneel Down O Volunteers" to be sung to the tunc of "Breathe On Me Breath of God." The words of the song were adapted from the hymn "Rise Up O Men of God" by Dr. George Steinman. Officers of Volunteers arc Pat- ty Boothc president; Marcia Hinds vice-president; Ona Belle True secretary; Eleanor O'Kol- lcy treasurer; Dorothy Hill his- torian; Miss Amos and Miss Campbell. WELCOME STUDENTS FOR FRIENDLY SERVICE and QUALITY WORK See JAY and RAY TODAY 1421 Sayles We Clean Anything Clean...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1954

9tUAi HHHM.4 '54 Lectures Called Best Presented Noimalcy returned to the cam- pus Inst Fudny with the conclu- sion of pcrshnpsthe rich test Will-fron-Donison Lectures The Lec- tin es ended at noon with speeches bv Bishop Hazcn G Werner and Di Louis H Evans Dcnison and Willson Lectin eis respectively Beginning on Tuesday night Bishop Wctnci and Dr Evans made six addi esses each Etra featuiLs were speeches by Di. Joe J Micklo picsident of Ccn- tcn irv College Shrovopoit Louis- i.inn and Di Hubert E Stotts professor of sociology and iclgion at lliff School of Theology Den- ver Colo Dr Micklo spoke for a Friends of McMurry Library din- ner and Dr Stotts spoke at a Forum meeting in addition to afternoon speeches by each. Bishop Werner is Bishop of the Ohio Area of the Methodist Church and Dr. Evans is Minis-tcr-at-Large for the Presbyterian Board of National Missions Bishop Werner's lectures were a MriM on "Redemp- tion." Tuesday night's lec- ture concerned redemption and evangelism whic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1954

Page 2 The WAR WHOOP Friday. March 12 1154 Campus Calendar Fri. March U Forum-Vol-untocr Banquet 8 p. in. Sat. March 13 Bund Ban- quet. Mon.. March IS Volunteers 7 p. in.; F.T.A. II p. m.; Style Show 3 p. m. Wad.. March 17 Christian Foundation 7 p. m.; Debate 8:15 p.m. Thura.. March IS Social clubs. Fri March IS Chanters so- cial. Sat.. March 20 Knppa Delta Pi social. Jn I v IcLarthij !j J-oputarltu Senator Joseph McCarthy Republican from Wisconsin lin the nation and college students about equally divided on his at tempt to expose a menace to democracy and the nation ac- cording to a poll made by Dr. (Jcorgc (iallup. The American people either do not understand the methods of investigation used by McCarthy or are not well informed on McCarthy's activities. One prominent figure has stated that he did not care what the newspapers said about him as long as they said something every day. There can be no doubt that McCarthy knows how to get publicity. Newspapers cannot be condemned for p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1954

Friday. March 13 1154 The WAR WHOOP Paga 3 I - 3 p o r t 5 v bbbbBmk- mv i wflaMHaam... 5luJOiiSiB v J" P? v 90w r i SaaawB igjAiijiigMH aaaan v JwL"LJlB( JBJL-. .B.'LV.lMW'PHi-JWaiBWtMJJi V s-Swfll MECHANICAL ASSISTANT Indians Quarterback Jo Bill Fox. center tries out tha machanical caniar at spring training opanad two waak ago Watching tha iron cantor oparata ara Bob Hayworth laft and Billy Carmaek. At Bd Olympic Track Team Leaves For First Meet By Jamas Glasscock McMum's track team foi the Bill Cuntwell Bob Ha worth 1954 stason looks to he the bet and Bob Hnrdm Pole Vault Ed .iiul the laigest that the school Amnions and Bill Pierce has ever fielded accoiding to Spnnts and Rclas Kirby coach Wilfiod Mooie who will Lackcj Johnson Bill Atkins send the Indian thinclads through Montgomcij Huidlc Nolan Poo- then pacts dining the coming months About 20 nun aie import- ing daily for woikouts Tomorrow tha track squad will anter tha Border Olym- pics at Larado. This meet will open the 1954 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 March 1954

'i Page 4 Tha WAR WHOOP Friday. March 12 1154 e i Band To Present Service At Merkel The McMuny Indian Ban'l undei direction of Raymond T. Bynum is scheduled to present n "worship thiouh music" ser- vice Sunday muht .it the Meikcl Methodist Church. The ptofiiam will consist of the tpic.il b.ind yoislup sei- vice fe.itur nu sciiptuie leadings by nnnisteii.il students vibia- haip hnm medley instiument'tl and vocil solos and ensembles nad the hand choitis. HiKhliKht of the b.ind woiship service is the band chorus sink- ing with b.ind .lccomp.iniment Fied W.uinu "Onwaid Chris- tian Soldieis" .ind "Battle Hymn of the Republic." Other special numbers include "The Lord's Player" vocal solo; "The Holy City" and 'Beautiful Garden of Prayer" instrumental solos; "My God and I" quartet "Crusaders" Oveitvue featuring a girls' sextet; and an adaptation of the Twenty-third Psalm set to the music of "The Bell's of St. Mary's." The quartet is composed of Jimmy Forshcy Peggy and Betty Campbell and Low...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 March 1954

Council Election Slated for March 30 Deadline for nil Student Coun- cil petitions for next year arc due Friday March 26 at 5 p. m. in the dean of women's offfice. Election begins Tuesday March 30 in the hall of the ad building. Student Council officers to bo elected are president vice presi- dent secretary-treasurer head cheerleader and editor of the War Whoop. This year officers arc Jerc Lawcrcncc president; Bert Affleck vice-president; Patsy Green secretary-treasurer; Marchand MacDougal cheerlead- cr; and Donald Hunt editor. Petitions must be verfied by the dean before they are circulat- ed. At least 20 students must sign each one. Lawercncc stated" these arc Dickey Crawford Receive Physics Chemistry Awards John Dickey Abilene sopho- more and Wayne Crawford fresh- man from Lamesa received awards Tuesday for outstanding achievement in physics and chem- istry respectively. Awards consisted of copies of American Chemical Rubber Com- pany's "Handbook of Chemistry of Physics" 35th edit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 March 1954

Page 2 The WAR WHOOP Friday. March It. 1954 Campus Calendar Fri March 19 Chanters banquet. Sat.. March 20 Kappa Delta Pi social. Mon.. March 22 Kappa Delta Pi PEMM Science Club meet. Tut.. March 23 Press Club 4 p. m. Mid-Smester exams be- gin. Thurt. March 25 Social Clubs. Fri.. March 26 PETITIONS DUE; FTA picnic. Sat. March 27 Kappa Phi banquet. Cdiloria Is ZJlie rsed Lro&A Next Tuesday on our campus there will he an appeal made to the McMurry students to join in the lied Cross drive for '54. Some wonder why college students in happy secure sur- roundings should eontrihtite to an organization which usually is thought of as helping the fellow ou the other side of the tracks. In joining the lied Cross you identify yourself with eneh individual act of mercy that I his groat organization performs nil over the world .lust as surely as if you had extended a help- ing hand yourself you are answering these calls for help thousands of them each day by your membership in the Hod Cross. S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 March 1954

Friday March 19. 19S4 The WAR WHOOP Pag 3 Cherokces Win 'Mural Volleyball; Navajoes 2nd The Chcrokccs took the top honors in the girl's intramural volleyball league while the Navajoes took the second place honors with their timely win over Kappa Phi 35-27. In the other game that was played last Monday Gamma Sigma fell to the Navapocs in the first contest by the score of 28-30. The intramural managers for 3k. Wot Wuk Witt By MILT CHESTER Congratulations are in order for "Boxii" WYonis and the honor ho has brought upon himself Coach Moore and the school "Roxie" has signed a contract with the New York Giants professional football team for the coming season. This could not happen to nicer guy. Congratulations and the best of luck in your new venture. Talking about football? Yes let's devote a -little time to scrim- mage that the Coach put the boys through last week. I would say that the two outstanding linemen in last weeks scrimmage were W. T. Stapler and Tommy Wat- kins with Teaff Kee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 March 1954

Page 4 The WAR WHOOP Friday. March It. 1IS4 Mid-Semester Exams Set to Begin March 23 It s time to study ig.im fm those nud-semcstei examinations Tin. libi.uy h.is been full this week uth students trying to get in then lnog due themes ic.id a book 01 finish a notebook Exams will stait Tuesday and end on Kiidav The tests will bo given dining the legulu class pei tods The following schedule has been released by Jerome Vannov registrai Tuesday. March 23: 8:00 TT 1:00 TT 2:30 TT. Wednesday. March 24: 8:00 MWF. 10:00 MWF. 1:00 WF. Thursday March 25: 10:30 TT. Friday March 26: 9:00 MWF 11:00 MWF. 2:00 MWF. Group of Lenten Readings Prepared By McM Library McMurry library has prepared a list of books for Lenten read- ing Tins group includes books for inspiration instruction and meditation "What Are You Living For?" is a book by Bonnell Reviewers have said htat it is warmhearted Questions such as "Why do Christians believe in the divinity of Christ?" are answered in "Rediscovering the Bible" ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1954

The WIRE HOOP VOL. 000 APRIL 1. 19S4 NO. 000 10 . K. Qlatk aoW BflflflflflW wbH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBtN ''j BBBBBPnf' ' -BbV BBBBBBKbIBBB. 3sV " J Adolph Hitler Found On McM Teaching Staff b'F mm THE IMPOSTOR Burke Plans Russian Missionary Jaunt Last minute plans are now bo ing completed by Rev. Gerald Burke for his missionary journey to Soviet Russia under the auspice;- of the Christian Foundation acording to John Harris presi- dent. Rev. Burke will head the mis- sionary group and will conduct the preaching services. Rev. Joe Walker and wife Marilyn will be in charge of the recreation and youth work and Jack Moss will lead the singing. Rev. Burke elated over his chance of going to Russia says that he owes it all to a personal letter he wrote to Premier Malcn- kov last March asking him for permisison to bring a missionary group to Russia. Burke said that he received a prompt answer from Malenkov and that the Russian Premier said he would welcome the group personally but caution- ed them ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1954

Taw WIRE HOOP ArU 1. 1IS4 Library Imports New Encyclo's The McMurry librarv has re- ccntly received a shipmi nt of 1300 volumes of a new international encyclopedia according to Miss Pcrmn Rich librarian Imported from Ijower Slobbo- via the books arc writUn entire- ly in Slobbovian with footnotes in English They should be es- pecially helpful to language majors said Miss Rich r Cdito JU Off "Huts off" to the faculty and administration for oraiur ing "Clitsscs AnonjmouH " The new organisation founded with the idea of seriee to the students is designed to aid studt tits who find it necessary to miss (lasses b providing special make up sessions for them. The mc( tings will be espcciallj helpful for Hand and Chanters and for su h other world traveling groups a.s the de- bate team golf team ping pong team chess team and jacks team However almost everj college student finds it necessary to miss a class at some time There arc deputations athletic events fishing and hunting FTA TISA TIPA TID...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1954

April . 1114 Tbe WIRE HOOP Page 3 Eng.ProfWritts Autobiography "She shall never wear anything bul silk pajamas " Roxanc Chris- tovcr's parents had the highest hopes for their daughter Roxanc Christen cr is the ccn- tial character in a new book b Christine Rockover chairman of the Division of Letters and Lan- guages entitled "The Czar's Great Granddaughter " On lununu al Colorado Writan Confaianca. tha har- oin of tha book had a rafcroa- pactiva convanation with a boy tha'd known in tha tint grada at Stratford-on Avon. "Rcmmebcr when I pulled your pigtails in school'" he ask- ed "Yes" she answered "I was beautiful in red satin the color of mv eyes As I walked up and down in my stiff brocaded gown " 'Oh. Roxana" ha oiad. "why did w drill apart? Our arandmothara wara al- ways such good friands." "Yes" she sighed "So were our pet turtles " But we can't live in the past" he reminded her "We come from two entirely different back- grounds I looked it up in Scar- borough Libraiy" "My grandf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1954

Page 4 The WIRE HOOP April 1. 1154 Adolph Hitler- (Continued from Pane 1) Imngi m Pun new (linttoi of women's physical tdiuitmn Addn s.sing utmost 20 pi tci nl of the studt nl bodv in tlnpcl rues- d.i l")r Fv insdul nod th it tvciy nook ind ciinnj of the olltj;o will lit nut stig li d bv tin. nc wlj- org inied Subcommittee on Suli irsii Activities S ml Di 1 ms Now ( ilu mi wi c ill th it which is in it t If woithj of puisiiit foi tin siKi of ( ilu m) something i lsi ind 111 it which ( ilu m) is ncvci dcsii ible for tilt sikc of sonullung 1st iron fiml ( lhrm) than tin things that ire di sn ible bnth-in them- selves ind fortht mwc or (ihom) th it othir tiling .ind theiefoio (nluni) wc call fiml without qualification tint which is ( ilu m) iIvins dcsinblc in it- self and nun foi the sike of Mimcthing (.1st "Now (ahem) although De- mitrius stabbed hit girl- inond through the epiglottis with a hat pin. the (ahem) purpose of a college It to train minds." The first orgini? ition to sub- m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 April 1954

Affleck Green Crowley Chester Teaff Elected MMBMMMMMHHHHMMHHHHM innmn W. ! eufniw ymm Wm9FmPtUKSSiUMttMKfTt1U w.vw - o st fWfl . ) 0 iO BERT AFFLECK . . . President The War Whoop VOLUME XXXI Debate Team Leaves Today for Washington Three members of the McMurry debate squad Ed Cooper Hnnk Adair and Greg Mamikunian are scheduled to leave today on a 11- day 3500-mile trip to Washington D. C and Fredericksburg Va.to attend the Grand National Foren- sic Tournament at Mary Wash- ington College Cooper Adair and Mami- kunian war choaan for the trip on the basis of results in the last three debate tour- naments by William K. Clark debate instructor. In the last debate tournament held in Dalls March 28-31 three debate teams composed of Jimmy Forshcy and Jimmy Jones Don- ald Hunt and Kate Evans and Cooper and Mamikunian won 3 of 12 debates. Also in the Dallas tournament Hunt and Cooper re- ceived ratings of excellent in men's extemporaneous speech while Evans and Mamikunian were awarded excelle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 April 1954

TIN WAR WHOOP Friday April t 1844 MbbbbbbWbbbyibeb19 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbTJIIM' BbbbbI &BBBBBBBBBBBBBP BBBB BBBBBBKBB1 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBT BBBBlBBBilAVVBBBBl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB AbBBBBM'KSbBBH HBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBBBBBBBV ilWVKBBBBBl ClPIDS IN CANDYLAND wmt the theme of the Kappa Phi banquet ai the haad table reveals here. Cdito ria It (construct or cJUe&irou f Proirress is an iinportmit factor in tho general scheme of life ami a man's reaction to life. Constructive discoveries have been made that have greatly enriched the lives and abilities of the persons of the world. Inventions of all kinds have made every- day life more enjoyable than it was. The invention of entertainment for an individual's leisure hours radio television movies tratisportational facilities has proved interesting from the viewpoint of studying man's desires. The inventions of science in the filed of medical cures and immunities have greatly benefitted man. Advances in reli- gion on both theological questions and everyda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 April 1954

mter An t im tw w a whoop wmmmmmmmmm ACCFovorift hT-CRoct For Track Crown The track situation looks dim here on the Reservation for the coming meet with the Conference ZJhe VlHost Wuk mh Sports By MILT CHESTER Next Wednesday everything will break loose at a track meet that is to bo held in our own Indian Stadium. ACC Hnrdin-Sim-mons Texas Toeh and McMurry will he fiphtinp it out for tlic winners circle in this quadrangular meet. I would say that the Wildcats from AC(T will be taking the winners circle home with them! Tech and 11-SU will be fighting it out for second place and McM will be working hard to upset all three schools. Abilene (Christian College has a terrific track learn. They should be given due credit 'cause they are very definately the favorites. Talked with Coach Mareum the other day and he tells me that the intramural schedules for track volley-ball and tennis will be released as soon as all the teams are signed up. The intra- mural basketball season is just about thr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 April 1954

Page 4 Th WAH WHOOP Friday April t 1IM Daniel Rockover Given $2500 In Scholarships Wane Daniel a scnioi English mnjoi md Chiistino Roikoei .iKo n scmoi FnRhsh mnjoi wcte iiotifitd this week thej wcic the lcupunts of n fellowship find nn .isisst.intship totaling $2500 aluc The announcement wns m.ide tins week In l)i Joseph Rot. mil pi li- ft scn of education at MeM and ( i in i nn n tus of Cii oi ge lVabodv Collide Nashville 'Imn who was instmnunt.il in getting both -cho! u ships Dinii 1 w is .iw ii ded .1 $1000 Cunt Rio Fi How hip in Teaching 1 Ciloiri IV ihoih College while Miss KorkoMi u.inid .i Slr)00 Asist.intslup ft nni V.indubilt Unitisit N.isliMlle Tenii Accoulmg to Fili C Kohh di nn of instiuction .it Peahodv D inn 1 will join the louith an- t ml ii imp of Carnegie Fellow- Student Revival To Begin April 26 An all student ieival spon- soiliI b a Cold Stai Doima- toi ispn Rioup is scheduled to hi Kin Apnl 21 and last through the wick .iccoidiiiR to James Gl.T-scoek The worship...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 April 1954

The War Whoop ?BPK;BejBejBeFi9BBeBBeBeBesejBeBeBeBeaBBeBB?w ILb3 JRPS" ar' riis5BBPJc5lia)8B'ek wMeejjH mm . MJkwJW' cBi waW J"Lv. .riHEM 1 k NEW TIPA OFFICERS The new officers who will bo presiding over the Prtit convention noxt year flash their winning imiltt as they ttand on the patio of Mexico City College immediately after Ihoir election. They or (front row secretary; Maty Odlt. corroiponding treasurer. Standing arc (1. to r) Donald Hunt parliamentarian: Bart Shlpp president; Lana Cubstaad lar. contact dirtctor. McMurry Receives Four Press Awards McMurry 's Press Club received four awards at the Awards Din- ner in Mexico City April 22. The 1953 "Totem" edited by W11 White won second place and the 1953-54 "War Whoop" edited by Donald Hunt won third place in the second division category. Individual winners were Jan Free first place eassay writing; nnd Kate Evans third place poe- try. Tha Awards Dinners htld at tha Rancho del Artiste. highlighted the two - day TIPA contention in M...

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