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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 April 1954

Friday. April 30 1U4 Pages Dm WAR WHOOP Campus Calendar Fri.. April 30 Revival 7 30 p m JnmLs Kirby preaching Kivn Picnic Sat.. May 1 Revival 7 30 p m Jnmos Glasscock preach- ing Delta Beta banquet 8 p m Sun. May 2 Piano recital 4pm Mon.. May 3 Volunteets in- stallation ser ice 6 p m Alpha Pi Alpha formal dinnti 8pm Tues May 4 All school pic- nic 8 30 a m TW111P Week begins Wad. May S Christian Foundation 7pm Thurt.. May 6 Club meet- inRs FrL May 7 Ko San picnic Sat. May I TIP picnic MISSIONARY SPEAKS TO STUDENTS Dr James Ross Inncs former medical missionary to India and Fast Africa spoke to McMurry students in chapel April 22 Dr Inncs told of his work with lepers in East Africa and stressed the need for workers in leper colonics throughout the world Cditoria It Jfs Do How do j on foci about missions T Do jou consider them inst something else to gic money to just one more sob story some- one tills! Or do j on fiol that thej arc a itul part of Christian hung and giving T We inn t con...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 April 1954

Friday. April 30. 1IS4 TJ WAR WHOOP Page 3 OnMcMOoal By MILT CHESTER MoMurry finished third hehmd Howard Pauio Collar and Abilene riiristiim College liiKt week in the fourwa trmk mcot hold in our own Indian Stadium Hardin Simmons I'lmersitx was the fourth team and tho finished in fourth ilm If jou an wonder inn how 11PC hint ACC out for top position roineni her that ACO firNt team was at the III like Ki'lnK along with part of H Sl"s and 11 PC s tinnis McMurry had three f Irsts out of thirteen events they also had a tie for another first Generally speaking I would say that McM will follow ACC and HPC in the Conference track meet that will be held here next month Our winners were Martinez in the 880 yard run Stapler in the dis- cus Caton in the mile and Pierce was in a two way tie for Seniors Honored With Their Day Senior Day at McMurry for the 45 graduating students began Tuesday with a breakfast at 8 00 at Harper's Cafe Patty Boothc class secretary was in charge of the arrangements ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 April 1954

Page 4 Til WAR WHOOP Friday. April 30. 1IS4 Seven Attend State TISA Meet Student council officers attend- ed the Texas State Intercollofiiato Student Association Convention in Dallas April 10. Officers for 1054-55 and officers for 1953-54 made the trip. The convention consisted of panel discussions of problems of stuudent government. Bert Aff- leck was a member of the panel "Practical Methods of Constitu- tional Revision." One of the main undertakings of the McMurry student council will be the revision next year of the Council Fire student govern- ment handbook. Officers makinfi the trip were Bert Afflack Patsy Green Milt Chester Jere Lawrence Donald Hunt Grant Teaff and Gene Bonny. Revival To End Saturday Night An all-student revival being held this week is scheduled to conclude tomorrow night with a sermon by James Glasscock To- niRht's service will be led by James Kirby. Services have been held each night this week with student preachers each night. Prayer meetings have also been...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 May 1954

The War Whoop VOLUME XXXI IHR to Sponsor Show To Help Crippled Kids Varsity Varieties featuring tal- ent from all three Abilene col- leges and other local entertain- ers is scheduled to be presented at 8 p. m. Monday in Radford Memorial Auditorium. The variety show will be co- sponsored by IHR and the Tay- lor County Crippled Children's Society. Proceeds will be used to set up a fund for purchasing wheel chairs and other euipmcnt for needy crippled children. Bartcll LaRuc McMurry jun- ior will serve as master of cere- monies for the program which will include songs comedy or- chestra music and other acts. The show will include at least 15 different acts and about 30 numbers according to LaRue. f Hardin - Simmons University Abilene Christian College and McMurry will supply three acts each. Local entertainers who Crowley Names New Yell Leaders Newly elected head cheer leader Wcldon Crowley last week released the names of four asisstants chosen to asisst him for the coming year. Chosen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 May 1954

Page! Tha WAR WHOOP Friday. May 7. 1IS4 Twelve Pledges Admitted By Kiva Kiva hold the formal initia- tion of their 12 pledges Tuesday evening in the East Lounge of the Iris Graham Dining Hall. The informal initiation took place on Wednesday night. The former pledges bought into the club by the initiation service arc: Rene Trevino Donald Pon- der Lee Bowdon Weldon Crow- ley Don Davis Dwayne Blair John Harris Bob Washam Char- les Atkinson O. J. Wagenfuehr Bill McLaughlin and Jimmy Arnold. Campus Calendar Fri. Mar 7 Ko Sari picnic 5:30 meet in Rock Garden. Sun- Mar t Twirp Week ends. Mon.. Mar 10 Dead week begins. Fri.. Mar 14 Formal Mc- Murry Band concert. Mon. Mar 1' Final ex- aminations begin. Sun.. Mar 23 Baccalaureate service. Tuet. Mar 25 Thirtieth an- nual commencement. Cdito tia 1 1 ZJke Uote fd UJour UoL oice ! Orchids to the sixty-two percent of the student body who took time out to vote in the class elections. Orchids also to the sixty-three per cent of the Freshman Sophomor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 May 1954

Friday. MT 7. IIH Tko WAX WHOOP J Q rrrlveA 'pen Reason Jn 0j5o Wltk Owirp Week us By Betty Campbell Happy days are here again for the girls' that is. Twirp sea- son has been declared and the girls have been making- the most of it. Sine in fateful day that old Heaekiah Hawkins de- creed Sadie Hawkins Day in Despatch. Amarican malat everywhere have baan steel- tag thamsahras for at laast ona waak of turn-about datat aach yaar. As for the girls they may have the time of their lives but they get a taste of what a job it is to have to make the dates provide transportation (if any) and pay the bills. It's no small order! McMurry's Twirp season be- gan officially Tuesday at the all- school picnic although a few "eager beavers" ushered it in Monday night. Things have been going strong ever since and will keep on going strong we predict Wah Wah's Install New '55 Officers An installation service was held Monday evening at the Abilene Woman's Club for the new officers of Wah Wahtaysee. Miss C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 May 1954

Page 4 Tl WAR WHOOP Friday. May 7. 1IS4 Initiation Held For K-P Pledges A formal initntion of the spring pledges of Kappa Phi was held on the evening of April 29 at the home of Miss Vcrnie Newman club sponsor. New members of the club arc Joyce Stanficld Peggy Ford Shirley Mnsscy Anita Green and Sarah Casey. There was a tea after the ini- tiation service at which time the officers for next year were announced. Doris Miller is to be president; Maudcne Keesee vice- president; Imogone Price secre- tary; Elizabeth Tannahill treas- urer; Nita Smith social club council representative; Elwanna Latham pledge mistriss; Peggy Ford reporter; and Anita Green intramural manager. TEXAS CONFERENCE (Continued from Page 3) Yellow Jackets will be making their bid for the winner's share. The preliminaries will begin Th.urs.day afternoon May 13 at 3:00 p. m. The events that will be run at that time arc: 100 yard dash 220 yard dash 440 yard dash and the high and low hurdles. The finals in these events wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1954

Dallas Pastor Will Give Baccalaureate Sermon Br SHERIDAN MALLOTT Rev. Howard H. Hollowcll pas- tor of Oak Cliff Methodist Church Dallas will bring the sermon at the McMurry College baccalaureate service in Rad- ford Memorial Auditorium Sun- day May 23. The time has been set for 8 p. m. The Rev. Hollowcll is a former McMurry College student having graduated in 1038. While attend- ing McMurry he was a member of the James Winford Hunt chapter of Alpha Chi and was also president of the Social Sicence club. He was named to Who's Who Among College Stu- dents. The baccalaureate speaker was born at Nolan Texas on May 21 1907 and attended Sweetwater High School. In 1927 he married Sally A. Gamble. A daughter Helen 20 is a sophomore student now attending McMurry. Before coming to Oak Cliff Methodist Church the Rev. Hol- lowell served numerous pastor- ates in the Northwest Texas Con- ference He was pastor of Grace Methodist Church in Abilene when the church was first organ- REV. HOWARD HOLLOWE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1954

! 2 TIM WAR WHOOP Friday. Mar 14. 1M4 Cdito ria Id A SENIOR LOOKS BACK A graduating senior looks back at four years in McMurry with mixed emotibns. It's your last week of classes. You've finally finished the last of your research themes and for once have time to relax and think. Think about those long sometimes not-too-exciting hours of working calculus or conjugating verbs. About your teach- ers who gave such impossible assignments in subjects you weren't even slightly interested in. Of course they were right you decide. It gives you a sense of security to know something about a lot of things just as they said it would. About the ambitions you had for yourself. "A college graduate can do almost anything" you once thought. Four years of college has shattered many a childhood dream of being "a servant of humanity." "One musn't be too idealistic in a realistic world. It's fine to want to serve humanity but one also has to be able to make a decent living." When some- one told you this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1954

Friday Mar 14. 1IS4 The WAR WHOOP Paft 3 Texas Conference Track Meet Today By FLETCHER For all of you track fans today the Texas Conference Track and Field Meet will be held qn the McMurry oval Five schools will participate in the meet and will also brine golf and tennis teams In the track meet the teams competing will be McMurry Howard Payne ACC Texas A&I and Eastern New Mexico This will mark the last time that both ACC and Texas A&I will compete in the Texas Conference as ACC will turn independent and A&I w ithdrcw to join the Lone Star Conference On the other side of the fence this will be a first for Eastern New Mexico as they arc competing for the first time in the Texas Conference Turning first to the track meet ACC will be heavily faored as they bring one of the best small collcg track teams in the nation to perform their relay teams holding the spotlight The 880- yard relay team won the Drake 1 clays with a time of 1 26 2 and the Los Angeles Colliseum bound mile ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1954

Friday. May 14 1154 Pat 4 Th WAR WHOOP Reviewing the Big News Of 1953 -'54 at McMurry Social World Theic wore changes made nt By ED COOPER McMuiry during the past enr and these charges constitute the exes every year are discovering major news events of the year the replacement of the old bon- The first on November 12 14 fire lm was Homeqpming The now- The Coronation was attended traditional Indian Village theme by a large exes delegation who is new enough to be classified a saw Gordon Mahon of Colorado "chitiM ' miicl more and more City crowned as Chief McMurry '54 Totem Dedicated To Miss Christopher By MARY NELL TAYLOR (Continued from Page 1) piano J unes Kirb read the Class Prophecy At the close of the program Roie Peterson presented to McMurij the gift of the Class of "54the plan to illumine Rad- ford Tower in order that it can be seen better at night The assembly closed with the singing of the Alma Mater by the student body Jane Ann Steen served as chair- man of the committee fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1954

Friday May 14. 1IM Tka WAR WHOOP ri McMurry REV JOE B. SCRIMSHIRE District Sunt.. Clovls Seniors iKeveal fiand J-or jruiute By MARY NELL TAYLOR What is going to happen to the seniors of '54? What are they going to be doing in the near future? Almost everyone thinks or asks these very same questions at one time or another in the days just proceeding commencement. And now they can be answered al- though they may not be complete or definite. This is what the sen- iors have planned for their future: Vada Maa Kikar has big plans for the summer she will be married to Kannath Wyatt an- other graduate August IS at Wel- lington. They will move to Dallas in the fall where Kenenth is to attend the Perkins School of Theology at SMU. Three other students that will also be attending Perkins are Robart Ely. Noah Gonial and Jamas Klrby. Gonzales is to have a church in Dallas for the sum- mer and Ely will work there be- fore again starting to school. Only one of the senior girls. METRO 1726 Butternu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 May 1954

rate! Tk WAR WHOOP rrtday. May II. 1154 Education Workshop To Begin on May 24 Night sessions will be held the first week of the Educational Workshop at McMurry Collego in addition to the regular morn- ing sessions. This is to accommo- date the teachers who arc finish- ing their final week of the school term. The workshop opens May 24 and closes June 11. The workshop theme is "Edu- cating for Christian American Citizenship." It will be divided into interest groups for all levels and grades for both teachers and administrators. Many excellent consultants are being procured for the workshop. Mr. Collin Winston industrial expert from New York City will spend the week of May 31 to June 4 duscussing and demon- strating the "How Our Business System Operates" program of the National Manufacturers Associa- tion. C. M. PRESLEY JEWELER 1059 North 2nd WELCOME STUDENTS FOR FRIENDLY SERVICE and QUALITY WORK See JAY and RAY TODAY 1421 SaylM We Clean Anything Oea&able r in ur Another feature of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 September 1954

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 September 1954

Page 2 The WAR WHOOP September 10. 1954 Cdito rlci Is 1 WHAT I EXPECT FROM McMURRY What do I expect from McMurry? When the question was put before me it nade me stop and think for a minute what it is I do expect from McMurry. I imagine many others who will be entering McMurry for the first time this fall have never given that question much thought either. Many of them like me have probably wanted to be a McMurry Indian for a long time because the school represented to them a model of courage honor and decent self-respect. I also imagine if one of these incoming freshmen or even an upperclassman were asked what he expected from Mc- Murry he might say "An education of course;" or he might say "Fun!" or "A diploma." Wouldn't college life be dull if it were made up only of studying and more studying in order to get a diploma or made up only of social activities? These two factors are important to every college in order to have a balanced pro- gram but in a school such as McMurry there i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 September 1954

Thm WAR WHOOP Page 3 SV iJWfi Chiefs of the Reservation Friday. September 10. 1154 - ?S&ssra)Bl IP.. isiI9 HbHHNIP 1 eBeF ' B 9U BBBBK' x v'v'"'aM-i?wi' v Kcii B.aE" aKattlaSaf SBHeEXeYJBVBT Bk BERT AFIXSCK JR. GIRLS' SOCIAL CLUBS LED BY THESE OFFICERS There are five girl's social clubs here on the Reservation these clubs meet once a week on Thursday night for a business meeting and for fun and fellow ship. The officers of the clubs are as follows: TIP President Etna Ruth Peterson; Vice President Liz Lujan; Secre- tary Jane King; Treasurer Judy Jarrett; Reporter Jan Free; Par- lamentarian Helen Hollo well; and Intramural Manager Mary Martin. GAMMA SIGMA President Sara Norman; Vice President Dorothy Hill; Secre- tary Richie Lane; Treasurer Eve- lyn West; Representative; Janis Penn; Chapain Jane Wilson; Re- porter Cherry West; Marshall Nancy Lawlis; and Intramural Manager Helen Fry. DELTA BETTA President Barbara Jochetz; Vice President Kitty Gaddy; Secreary Jeanne Johnson; Treas- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 September 1954

'-mm Th WAR WHOOP Friday. Stptambar 10 19S4 Pag 4 ZJlieC-at 'd Caf BY SAM Greeting's Gates. This brand new column is going to be devot- ed to music. Whether you like it hot loud cool quiet square smooth or otherwise I am going to try to please you. First off 1 am going to report the campus music news; then 1 am going to report the city song- fests. And if possible I am going to review some of the best and latest records. O. K. Here we go. The first group of musicians to hit the campus this year was Prof. By- num's McMurry Indian (we got a calliope) Band. I understand that there are about twenty new faces in the band and about thirty-four returning from last Campus Calendar Monday Sept. 13 Classes be- gin. Friday Sept. 17 TIP Picnic. Pep rally. Freshman petitions due. Saturday Sept. 18 Football- West Texas State at Canyon. Monday Sept. 20 Wah Wah- taysee Tea. Tuesday Sept. 21 Fish elec- tions. Thursday Sept. 23 Pep Rally. Friday Sept. 24 Delta Beta Picnic. Saturday Sept. 25 Football-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 September 1954

Friday. September 10. 19S4 The WAR WHOOP Pag 5 bl 'VBBBBBy wlBBBflBBifiM '; ! a'lrJBB '' HPmjaBBBBBBBBBBBBBP &1bbHbbbIbb1bbH IwIbbbbbIbbbbWkI' SvT WIMMir $M m ' W BBBBBBBBBBBBT V3 j--sbbbbbbbbbbbbbp? bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbibb Bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbk MbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI FRESHMEN FOOTBALLERS! This pair of all-dUirlct tackles raporitd to Coach Moore Wednesday among the 16 freshmen in camp. Edward Velei (laft) has a three-year all-district selection at Rotan while Chick Jordan (right) mado all-district in hU tanior year at Pampa. Velei weight 192. Jordan 205. (Photo courtesy of Reporter-News). MclM Indians To Play Best Schedule Yet By looking at our schedules you will find that McMurry will play four home football games and nine home basketball games. An- other interesting fact is that not one of our home football games will be played against our Texas Conference enemies. The com- plete football and basketball schedules are as follows: FOOTBALL Sept. 18 West Texas (Canyon). Sept...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 September 1954

The WAR WHOOP Friday September 10 1154 Page 6 BUTTON UP SLIME1 FACTS OF LIFE FOR FRESHMEN Freshman loam this! For nbout four months you are going to be classed as n slime. But because you arc also classed as a human being you will have some traditions to be carried out. Here arc some facts concerning the Freshman Tradi- tions learn them: 1. You will wear your "slime cap" until after football sea- son if we lose our Home- coming Game. If we win you can take it off. 2. You can try to fly your flat; if you have your class offi- cers elected not before if you do try and fly it before your officers are elected it will be illegal. 3. The flag will be white with a giecn fish painted in the middle it will not be smaller than two feet in any dimen- sions. 4. The flag can not be flown between the football light poles or on any building. It will be flown for twenty four hours. The minute the flag is raised you will notify the Ocan as he will be the final judge. 5. Your petitions for class of- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 September 1954

The War Whoop it SCALP THOSE BUFFALOES! LET'S GO TO CANYON! VOLUME XXXII McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1954 No. 2 At 4mal Ofxtiny GUapl ta rHSHBS9 SR&H BP jB'1 P : V ( . ii! Bll!HiTB Ityfll ip' ' P4 IS $&' Bf' MRS. R. C. VON ENDE Art Teacher Mrs. Von Ende Teaches Art; Dr. Jones Returns Mrs. Richard C. von Endc af- ter teaching ceramics at McMurry since 1951 has been made as- sistant professor of art. She will teach art education and fine arts. Mrs. von Ende has several in- terests which keep her occupied outside of class. She is the wife of Dr. Richard C. von Ende head of McMurry's Fine Arts Division and they have three boys aged 10 12 and 14. She is the vice- president of the Aloha Study Club and has interests in the garden club. Mrs. von Ende also belongs to a bridge club and is on the Abilene Art Museum Board. She is a faithful supporicr of the Abi- lene Symphony Orchestra. Mrs. von Endc admits that her most enjoyable activities have been teaching...

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