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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 November 1974

November 26, 1974 RAMBLER Page Three SportsoRAMa By Kelly Morgan Howerton's ^.fbut as TWC's new basketball coach ite impressive. Approximately 1,200 spectators saw How- crew' crush LeTourneau- College 92-62 in the first home jf the season. be TWC roundballers had four men in double figures. Vernon-Wright and Mauniw-tvans, Lejoy Lumzy toss- 10 points, and Tommy Lane ^hrew in a scorching 31 le was unstoppable last Tuesday night scoring from all [>f the court. Besides leading in scoring he also pulled lost rebounds of the game. Lane grabbed 10 rebounds, closely by Gerrye Green and Wright with eight. i>ach Howerton commented, "The overall effort of the /as outstanding. I was very pleased with the players tane off the bench and did such a fine job for us." Wright lof the prime examples of players who came off the bench rk the team. The 6'5" forward scored 13 points in the fg game. be Wes's little 5'9" guard, Evans, kept hitting 20-foot all night long and ended the game in double fi...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 November 1974

Page Four RAMBLER Tuesday, Nov*-- ► ^ * < Kiuibmrn with integrity backed by service BINOCULARS microscopes telescopes SDIUVQEflGN corporation 4? PARS- ^ ^^ol|d'5mo S^U/AINHA 8fue Holu, ell Lear Jet DON'T JUMP College Students Can Buy At Distributor Prices SO THERE'S HOPE FOR ANY STUDENT'S "BUDGET BLUES" When the cost'of living, especially on a student budget, has given you thej money blues . . . Come to Edison s where you can buy quality name-brand merchandise at distributor prices. Shopping at Edison's offers the college student a sure way to beat your "budget blues." How do we do it? Simple. Edison's CLOSES ITS DOORS TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC and OFFERS DISTRIBUTOR PRICES ON QUALITY NAME-BRAND MERCHANDISE only to those qualified to receive one of the Edisqn Buyer's Identification Cards. And you, as an area college student, are eligible to re- ceive one of these valuable cards free. Just fill out the coupon below and mail or bring it to the Edison's show- room nearest you. Remember,...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 December 1974

's Alpha Chi initiates 25 new members^ jr. Dec. 6, the local Texas Ma if the Alpha Chi national honor TWC initiated twenty-five new in a formal ceremony in the presided over the ceremony while Dean Gross aided in the induction. A faculty representative from each division at TWC was also present at the initiation. Initiates into Alpha Chi represent seven divisions in the college. Represent- ing the Division of Business were Harold Douglas Beck, Jerry Dempsay, Bobbye Jo ^fcirret, Jeamore L. Knapp, Debra Leanne 'lp>well, Deborah S. McDowell, G il Os- borne, and Lee Wimp, Jr. Texas Wesleyan Rambler # v rship in Alpha Chi is limited and seniors with an overall point average Mitchell, professor of educa sponsor of Alpha Chi at TWC, 9 - No. 13 MHMKIHm TEXAS WFaiEVAN From the Division of Education was Sandra Browning, Donna Chapman, Zanda Hilger, Deborah K. Olshefski, Susan Gail Rauss, Pam White, Donna L. Williams, and Karen Yazoo. Paula Dial, Sandra Lynn Snowden, and Leonard Trimble com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 December 1974

Page Two RAMBLER Tuesday, December lay. column inches by gay barnett As the weeks draw nigh and consequently the time left before finals grows short, the calendar of activities here at Tex Wes seems to know no end. Tonight at 7:00 p.m., Tom Huff, renowned Gothic nov- elist and former TWC graduate, will be speaking to students in Reed Lecture theatre. Sponsored by the English department, ev- eryone is encouraged to attend. Also during the 10:50 hour on Dec. 10, there will be a faculty assembly in Ad 303, and an SCM seminar entitled "Meet the Pres- byterians" in the SCM center in Ann Waggoner. Holy Communion will be served in the SCM Chapel at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11. Also that day, Santa will be making his visit in the SUB. On Thursday, Dec. 12, the an- nual college Christmas worship service will be held in the Fine, Arts "auditorium during the free period. The program will be the presentation of an original Christ- mas drama, written, performed and directed by the Creative Writ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 December 1974

Jecember 10, 1974 RAMBLER Pagg Three mas chilj ranizatiouj the --J Isic department ends semester with concert and recitals S,antil ntrancs NO! ;iar >w 1 ifpg IS > Wmk if you ht to be |nd ge! ■ 5t week the Fine Arts Texas Wes presented Bnts in ytneir senior re- in, .their junior recitals Wesleyan SingenS in hstmas concert. «nior Recitals oilier, pianist, was pre- ursd4y, Dec. 5, in the auditorium. She is a f Alfred Fremder and jber of Sigma Alpha leta been accompanist for a Workshop and the Chorus. grftm consisted of So- ?, by Grieg; Romanze, o. 2 by Schumann; Im- Op. 90, No. by Schu- of Jjhe Preludes, Book ibussy; a movement of -Saens Second Concerto ;or, Op. 22; and Danzon for two pianos by Aaron She was assisted at the ano for the two latter Christy Collier. i>n Sunday, Dec. 8, Cathy Be, also pianist, was pre- fche is a student of Karen and is a member of lpha Iota and MENC. Dgram consisted of So- r A Major, Op. 120, by Trio for Clarinet, Vio- Piano by Khachaturian, she w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 December 1974

Page Four RAMBLER Tuesday, December 1Q Howerton's crew heads for the road with 3-3 record aad heavy injuries The TWC roundballers now stand with a record of three wins and three losses as they prepare to meet Tarleton State (Jonight in Stephenville. After seeing Howerton's gang totally humiliate LeTourneau College in their first game one might ask, "How could TWC possibly lose three of their first six games?" Well, one of the reasons is that the team resembles the third floor of Harjris 'Hospital. Freshman forward Gerrye Greene suffered a broken nose early in the first half of the game against m*r- Hardin-Simmons and will be out for a couple of weeks. Avery Brown can be seen walk- ing around campus on crutches because of some torn ligaments in his leg 6'6" senior Tommy- Lane had the flu during the last two games and Eddie Wright is still hampered by his knee injury. . Yet, in spite of these injuries our team has won three games and is playing excellent basket- ball. * TWC's basketba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 December 1974

Texas Wesleyan Rambler nd is established for rebuilding of campus fountain by Marsha Knox Pearce has approved the es- ig of a permanent committee emorials and student class gifts. the functions of this committee be to see that the money given st senior classes is used for the ses designated. everal classes in the past have left for the renovation and upkeep of the fountain in front of the Ann Waggoner Hall. However, due to the age and condition of the fountain, the builders have advised the school to' rebuild. Since the cost of the construc- tion will be too much for any one group, it has been suggested that this should be a campus-wide project. Since there are some individuals and organizations already wanting to 49-No. 14 T TEX AS WESLEVAN £G_L 7 LIBHARy T«*«f Wesleyan College, Fort Worth, Texas 76105 Tuesday, December 17, 1974 contribute to a fund for the construc- tion of the fountain, the Faculty Coun- cil hasjippointed an ad hoc committee to function until the permanent one me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 December 1974

i" ■ Page Four 1 - IMJV" "J?_ Tuesday, Decerp.be 4 RAMBLER m a erry ^h-nfatmad d lest wish for tlie TJew lje — 3mm the Staff * c o •< r 3 c n " SL^ EJO, OD)5crftW c ~ i- r ~ « s 35" -- "*"< a' u rt << o c ? & f SI? OOa srs oo

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 January 1975

. o*-M signed for presentandpn^pectTv^poU^^'^^^^^^™™ „ ' , "' ^ 4 ff. . . management, politi officers and other law enforcement officials ^ sociology The • AVMnUtt/v) am n full fitviA Kacic onri , . npletion t TWC. <P TEXAS VVESLEr#l texas wesleyan college <>&* * m COLLEGE UDHAHi RAITIBLER VOLUME 49 - No. 15 Tuesday, January 21, 1975 ledules. 1 ai& ynter to deliver Willson Lectures Jan. 27, 28 by Lonnie Dye Monday, January 27, and • lav, January 28, Reverend Iruce Poynter, university )e:n at The American Uni- in Washington D.C., will fcr two Willson Lectures at Wesleyan College in the |Arts Auditorium. Poynter will first speak Honday at 10 a.m. on the let, "Love in the Rapids." Tuesday, at 10:50 a.m., his will be, "Toward a New Sthie." ordained minister, Mr. Iter became university chap- jat The American Universi- |i August, 19G9, where he taught in the universi- Knglish department. Mr. liter also served as Exeeu- j!'. rector for Student Life at [university during th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 January 1975

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, January 21, Iff iff JrS 2* |OQ 5- OQ l?° l§ ^ 13 03 h 3 i1*! kp lr-< - I—" I "fi = § s „ 5,8 Is S t ■ 3 a a 1 a.z £ 33! o< n; T,\ << r < G z a K) tn K> Point Non - smoker entitled " to clean air to breathe d A Smoking is an issue. It is an issue which is not only important on the Texas Weslevan campus, but over the entire world as well. But when the administration passed a ruling calling for no smoking in the classrooms, it seems the smoking issue might have struck a litde too close to home. The ruling was pass- ed because of a clause in the fire insurance policy that prohibited smoking in the buildings on campus. The ruling was greatly appreciated by non-smokers, while a few of the smokers themselves interpreted the ruling as an in- fringement upon their personal rights. There- fore, some students are still smoking in class, some along with their teachers. The issue at TWC is actually the result of a clause in an insurance policy, but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 January 1975

t V. O J J I, U1IU JJ1 officers and other law enforcement officials n*wv«1/Mi/vl f\r\ n f 1111. ♦ i mn V\ooio onH management, p and sociology. nplet T\ fy 21. TlJWdaV January 21, 1975 THE RAMBLER Page Three Jt i* 8 films scheduled "for spring showing JH The selection of spring shows has bei announced by the Stu- dent Activities oBard. it to ?i5§; Jan. 23, McCabe and Mrs. Mill- don't (is|j *r_will make their TWO debut, imply I Slaughterhouse 5 follows on Feb. 3- their (>n Feb- 25> Ryan 0"°al ® and Jaqueline Bisset will steal .(loes their bay into your heart in The TMef Who Came to Dinner. sroorns -78* Em migrants shows on in the" ^arcb 12..and 1776 will follow , J$b. ih 18.' <e the will be Harold and happenings top shows will visit our during April. On April 19 - and Alexandria, follow- :e, the l ®d by Deliverance starring Burt he smoi "tSBM The last show of the !e to ^ The spring lineup should be an people - intere sting experience in movie >ke, going. Tlie best part fs ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 January 1975

4 ':/i* Page Four Tuesday. J.k • uesda THE RAMBLER M S0A CMX ilJt •# THIS IS FORT WORTH An Introduction ■'"< i$A HH 1 ■* Irawi'- •'''■*'::p^iR|

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 January 1975

, j •X ^ Jv 'mr+VfyF ■ If «—> II' * ■^■. ;' ^ Jte* •JfcdLtAt.*' THE RAMBLER <mU i uesday, January 21, 1975 RIfl can 0 II I fr WMfl > :/l mfmrn officers and other law enforcement officials management, poll and «<>riology. Th Page Five PEOPLE This is Fort Worth - the big city with thoj^smgll town at- mosphere. This is a town- of friendly people eager to make another friend. With much to do and many places to go, Fort Worth is where the peo- ple are. (Part one in a series.) Photography and design by Steve Castleberry . mm** . * **&" JS manci s tenl If yol loliciel tallmj inanci Acc| tnce o be cy oij luiresj implil natiol 'unjul ■easof Wil ic w; -nent.l fail fail lion ud re i rs r:?; <;•«

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 January 1975

v.^ iTV Pag1 e Six THE RAMBLER \ Tuesday, '; uptown Lu rjConnie <2)i r R What's, happening in Fort Worth? That's-what Uptown is 'all fibout. Uptown will try to shed a little light on a few of the things happening in and around Fort Worth; things that might not he too well known, and things that might be known and just need a reminder. Uptown will try to cover such things as places to go, events coming to town, movies to see, places to eat, and at times even review a hook that might be worth reading. What's Uptown this week? Here it is— Events Heading off the various events "coming too town this week is the Fort Worth Boat Show, which began today, Jan. 21, at the Tarrant County Convention Center Exhibits Hall. The Bout Show will continue through Jan. 26 and overlaps the be- ginning of Fort Worth's 79th annual Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show on Jane 24 at Will Sogers Memorial. Coliseum. Included in the Stock Show will be the world renowned indoor rodeo, which will featur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 January 1975

and sociology* Th „ ' ipletion TWC S\ ■ jesday, January 21, 1975 THE RAMBLER Page Seven 154 Roundballers take 5 over holidays went their by Kelly Morgan When TWC students' home for the holidays iv basketball team owned a very | modest 4-5 record, not bad, but nothing to really stand up and shout about. ' Students at TWC have every i \ui reason to shout now. Sports- a me; writers and < pposirjg coaches are Ajj now beginning to stand up and take notice. I Over the holidays Coach John- I ' ny Howertori led his roundballers "Susan to five straight victories. TWC sty 0 iBralum^ I'ther now posts an impressive 9-5 rec- ord awaiting conference play. High scoring by guard Brian Comstock, forwards. Eddie Wright and Barry Becker, and postman Tommy Lane have sparked TWC's play during the holidays. 6'3" Barry Becker was ineli- gible to play last semester but came off the bench to score 16 points against St. Edwards Jan. 4 in Sid Richardson Gym. o The roundballers have played phenomenal consid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 January 1975

IU Page Eight THE RAMBLER Tuesday. January 11 ■*ip: Registration - Tim.es that ij mens souls IPISf * * ||P^ - .^#fj mit "Social security number, full legal name, permanent address, parents' ad- dress, telephone number," ran through their heads as students registered for spring classes last week. "Did you get all your classes?" "asked Sjjuids while filling out their computer class cards. Cashiers eager to quit for the day moved the line along with, "Can take you over here?" A lot poorer and a little sad to see the holiday end, friends^ehatted and renewed old acquaintifnces as they left the gym ready to begin another semester. ■ - ifc Photography — Barry Laves Design — Steve Castleberry

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 1975

u I Mmw signed To^presen^ar officers and other lav/ enforcement officials n fnll.timo Kocic on(i management, pontic and sociology. The I r-^6v texas wesleyan college T^XAS WESLEVAN JAN ^ b 1375 COLLEGE LfBKAKf VOLUME 49U- No. 16 Tuesday, January 28, 1975 V I « *. m ■ THREE STOCK SHOW fans try to win novelties on the midway of the 197S Stock Show & Rodeo. This 79th annual event will continue through Feb. 7 at the Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum. inancial aid apps due Feb. 3 ' tie financial aid office is requesting i' all students in need of financial as- 'mce for the fall and spring of '75-'76 to have their applications in the office "> If there are any students that "I meet the deadline due to some of problem, they are urged to cqn- HP"' 'v'i'<e Bernard, director of the Finan- Jr Office, before the deadline for 8,1 extension. M'l'lications need to lie .in the office ' 11 deadline sometime'Wound the mid- <'«*' March because interviews Will be jW and' awards will be given f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 1975

% Page Two THE R AM B L E R Tuesday, January f Point SAC services need more student support The Student Association has chosen services as its ob- jective to the student body. One of these services . is die Trading Post. Working for the Trading Post makes one realize What kind of people his fellow students are. For the most part; people here are easy to work with and pleasant to be around, But to be honest, there are some who couldn't find a kind word if it was the last day of school. But this comment is about and for the people who make, TVVC a good place to go to school. They are the (hies who have made student services a worthwhile project of the SAC. Admittedly, the Trading Post system is one with a. lot of paper work. After going through registration with its healthy collection of cards, no one is eager to fill out even more cards. But for a few exceptions, the people coming into the Trading Post have been very agree; and willing to do their part to insure the success of this v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 1975

(jfrficers and other lav,- enforcement officials n«*n r. rv /V-J c.w n ft ill -_ti rvin K^IC OnH managrmf* - arni sociol >gy. The r>i lpletion of t TWC. Tuesddjr, January 28, ft 5 THE RAMBLER Page Three I J I | I lissfj I - I H fans and student* of TWC: The cheerleaders would like some more support from the students. We bajge pad two pop rallies. The first week of flaskftba^was threat, but team support seemed to STeeline soon after- wards. We're glad that the attendance is up,®t the students are seldom seen and He less heard. [whok? I there y? We* ave ask(xl the band to come to the gtu ■, s, but not even a drum lias shown, except Mr Midwestern's drum- mer. J don't see what a little music coludliuit. maybe some day? Tin*. spirit sticks were given out last ftmester. First week — Gamma Phi Bt'n and Phi Mu tie#. The third waafglvm to a group of girls who truely deserV' the spirit stick. They are Debra Harris Elaine Tiggs, Debra Hall, Ebra FoiS, | May May Washington, Annita Smith n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 1975

;1 Page Four uptown THE RAMBLER Tuesday, January I)if t nLonnii - ;■* dent ' ml > ? i s fr- •' study, i The bt • ■ ' of - v "Average | to share than The Rive' Fall •The treasures of l°vc ars: Adams, Katl Balvin, I Bamett,| ry M. ljpt's spread a little ; year and make our ! ford, count.—rhetty - d, ~ orah J| ^eoTt Worth appears as though it will stay quiet this week in the area of events with the Fort Worth Exposition ;intl Fat Stock Siioy* ami RocKk) being the only ■ major occurrence in the city. The annOal Stock Show and Rodeo will last until Feb. 2. FliVks The film "Marjoe" will be shown tomorrow, Jan. 29, as part of the UTA Film Series. The film will be shown on the Univer- sity of Texas at Arlington cam- pus and admission will be SI.00. Those, who are interested should call ^3-2766 for times. \ Tarrant -County Junior College will present the movie, "The Candidate," on Jan. 31 at 7:30 ja m in the Student Center Living lioom of the s#iuth -rathpus. Ad- mission to the movie will...

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