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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 1975
. . ir ukKr ... ! officers and other !a\". enforcement officials mRnaS^!T1< „ f and sociology 1 ry 28, f975 THE RAMBLER ■-vI/mt/vI fVr fiill.ti'mo Kncic anrl CkA Page. Five 204 make fall Dean s List Jove i nr; ■ To mak ! v.-.n's i .ist a stu- | dent must have* completed at least twelve hours of acadeWiic study, and have a 3.5 grade, point average with no grade iower than "C.' There were 20-1 students listed on the Dean's List for the '74 Fall «eme ter. ShernJi B. Abernathy, Karen Adams, Bobbie L. Adkerson, Kathryn A. Armstrong, Carla P. | Balvin, I •• f; Rapt ista, Gay Barnett, Judy A. Baughman, Bar- ry M. pecker, Laura K. Berrey; I Ronald Ber'el. Donna Bishop, | James L ■■ j B.xi,- ford, Beverly G. Bounds, 'Gerald ■ D. Boyd • :.,>(•,•;! (; Boyd, Deb- orah J Brantley, Michael G. Braugr, (David R. Brawner; Cathy iriggs, Bryan A. Brooks, Debortl; S. Brpwg, Patricia M. Brown, AVennona A. Brown, Sue J. Brow i j, Sandra A. Browning, Larry B. Bruner, Karen A. Brun- ner, far. ,a]yn A...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 1975
Page Six THE £ AMBIER Tuesday. January 25. TAGER TV - a young idea ]• in education by Lortnie Dye Since the fall of 1970, Texas Wesleyan has v. > offered its students an opportunity to enroll in courses not normally offered at TWC I through The Association for Graduate Edu- 1 cation and Research, commonly known as w TAGER. Coordinated at TWC' by I^r. ]. Birney Gross, dean of the college, an.d Mr, Larry jR Kitchens, director of the Instructional Media I Center, the TAGER educational television « program at TWC ties in with eight other • educational institutions in the area. Participating schools in the TAGER pro- grajn include Austin College, Bishop College, Dallas Baptist College, Southern Methodist Untyersity, Texas Christian University, The University of Texas at Dallas, Tlie Univer- sity of Texas Health Science Center, and The University of Dallas. • . f " By participating with other schools, TVVC's Instructional Media Center is able to transfer courses being filmed at partici...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 1975
J j v I - Jl V U—*t> <iLiiu.- ' officers and other lav enforcement officials m,inaktniem , .ind sociology. The rtj •npietion of t TVVC. i U*> * t>o nmnlAUfw^ An o fil)l.tirrw> K Q1« HY\fi , January j>8, 1975 THE RAMBLER e to TWC, and in almost all cases the or is actualK -teaching a class ill front white being viewed. i(.F.ii has maintained a stead} popular- 'and neither Dr. Gross*flpr Mr. \jdjjL , t'ciBtTidous expansion if thi prihe near future, t he pro- Fam ill remain basically on fall and spring fed s through next ye,n. and course.1! willv Hu:> Im- the same. Page Seven * f * • .- i" -- / JR-re .ire no taped classes in the TAGER irt>&' n at IWC. All lectures are live-broad- asts to the Instructional Media Center. How- Hsoim : in us a lecture is taped at the Media *>"' for an absent student, and at times, i may videotape a lecture for show- K'-! another, time. there is an attempt to make the classes as P ihle for the seventy-four TWC |ents currently ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 1975
THE RAMBLER Rams 10-7 following AC victory by Kelly Morgan Tonight TWC will do battle with Dallas Baptist in Sid Richarc$fon*pym at 7:30 p.m. Friday night TWC took on Oklahoma Christian College and Saturday played Bethany Nazarene. Results of these games will be in the next issue of the Rambler. After trailing at intermission 35-33, TWC's Rams came alive the second half and handed Austin College an 81-71 loss last Tuesday night in Sid Richardson Gym. TWC defeated Austin College in an earlier meeting 90-87 in Sherman. It ap- peared in the first half that the Kan- garoos would get revenge but Coach John- ny Howerton evidently had different ideas. Whatever Coach Howerton said at half- time was certainly enough to spark the Rams to their tenth* win of the season, leading TWC iff scoring once again was 6'6" center Tommy Lane. Lane threw in a scorching 31 points (23 in the second half), followed by teammate Eddie Wright with 14 points. • Lane surpassfl^the 30 point barrier in • TWC's firs...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 1975
t officers and other law enforcement officials Ua iri t\r\ n f111l-tirolf> Kflcic fnH and sociology. The r< •Tipletioi) of • t TWC. Llljiesday, Jj • 28. 1975 THE RAMBLER Page Nine Ramettes take 2 wins over McMurry, TCU ■M by Debbie Olshefiki Retu liti); fresh from the holidays the rwc w en's, basketball team chalked up Ittir if 5.1 victory of the season as they o$ed IcMurry Allege Friday, Jan. 17. Jal He: the first two points f the ^sisted by the other lour tartars Molly Moore, Cindy Duvall, Cyn- ra Ffi :k and Ruby Rodriguez. The half- ore was 37-18. lurry nartowed the Tex Wes lead second half, but never overcame :torious Ramettes. The final score -48. - - ly Moore was high point scorer With 5 poi: s. her equally important scorers rerejCymira Friek-12 points, Jan Henry-11 <!> points, Ruby Rodrigi&t-lO .points, Suzy Mo6re-§ points, Cindy DuvaU-2 points and Debbie Biondi-1 poijat^^—-* Ramettes overcome by Weatherford ... .^Saturday, January 18, Texas Wesleyan women's b...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 1975
mas Page Ten THE RAMBLER Tuesday, January 2i.' 1 , ^ 4- r « : mK, e " a**. te IfflSBfe'f % * 'JS¥ FRATERNITY MEMBERS competed in in-' tramural Greek league swimming competi- tion last Thursday in the TWC pool. Lamb- da Chi Alpha took first place in alt three events. « Howerton signs Kleiver, Wayman, Bell If you happen to iook in the gym on o,tK' way to one of your physical education classes and see three basketball players you've never seen before, don't be alarmed, it's still the good oi' TWC Rams. Coach Johnny Howerton has signed three new players recently. They are Mar- cus Bell, Donnie Kliever, and Wayne Way- man. Marcus Bell, a 6'5" grad from Poly High School is a transfer student from Prairie View. Bell should aid in rebounding as well as scoring for the Hams. 6 1 Donnie Kliever pjayed guard at Eastern Hills and*flT"""ftissenior year was named Most Valuable Player in the 4A-9. Kliever played under Coach Howerton at Hills before attending Hardin-Sinfmons. Like Kliever, 6'8" Way...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1975
officers and other lav. enforcement officials s^,ifl,OKy. " Th, irA omn1/>vo^ rvr n F i^U.tirr« hncie a nri - |" 1 mMM fg&ffifiQi jj& ■.' V ,.*■• R: . V .". "•" .■ | mm - 'A sm '.V. , - v _ * VOLUME -npletion ; TVVC to fu the C jneral eyan tedules -fr -aid- udents ■gram dents re. A about •an of inane s ter If yc >o1ieie tallm inane Acc mce i.-o be cy o juirei .impl nat i< 'unju ~easo Wi lie w -nent fail fail tion sap ud< r i r* &■ ..
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1975
r ' f I, ^ /ft* [o IK) 8 I cn (ts> Page Two THE RAMBLER Feb. 4 !fi Point Free minds, new ideas lead to progress Charles Dickens wrote in A Tale of Two Cities, "It was the best of times. It was the worst of times." Little did he realize that his words woujd describe , a situation existing more than a hundred years later. Our time is the best of times, and the worst of times. It is the best of times because we live in a time when free thinking is no longer strongly punished. For centuries men with new and startling ideas have been forced to de- fend those ideas with their lives. Jesus Christ died on a Roman cross becausejp^en~\^ould not accept his new ideas. Galileo .was rejected by the people of his time because of his new ideas about the solar system. His new ideas that ..these men could not then accept are now accepted as facts. His ideas were not rejected because they were wrong but because they were new. ' / Man has always fought change brought about by new ideas, and men who ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1975
mm L officers and other law enforcement officials ,l and s< « full.timn Kacic or ^ iciology. The , -npletion < : T\VC. Feb. 4. 1975 THE RAMBLER Page Three art cleai tenter only ■some |'ig Ime Icm lei- I 1 /re ; to itii- •nts by lit. ore to was it •; vl 9 ■ !i« e> ■ i ••if M w ♦ Editor's Note: Opinions expressed in editorials, commentaries and letters to the editor appear- ing in the Rambler reflect those of the individual writer and are not necessarily the opinions of the staff, studynt bgdy, faculty or administra- tion a-f Texas Wesloyan College. ^ * * * To the Cheerleaders of TWC: In,.rebuttal to last week's commentary by the cheerleaders to thy-fjuns ^ml students of ! VVC, I Would like to express a few ob- jections. Those students who support our athletic teams are there by choice and not because they feel a sense of duty to attend the. school functions. It is from this sincere desire to support the teams that true spirit exists, not in the ability to repeat senseless ch...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1975
Page Four THE RAMBLER F,eb. M M James Thomas to represent TW at Rotary €lub| 971& Taxaj Wesleyan senior, James L. Thom- as, a business administration major, has beer: chosen to represent TVVC as a stu- dent guest at the-weekly meetings of the Rotary Club. Q.ther student representatives are se- " lected -from throe other area, colleges — T&U, 'TCJC and the Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary. These representa- tives attend the Fort Worth Rotary Club meetings, which are held every Friday. Jim, like the other student guests, will be responsible for selecting a guest of liis own to attend the nieetjngs. Jim came to Fort Worth in 1971 fmm Illinois and became an outstanding baseball player for TV^C. He currently holds a>!0 hour workship at Stella Russell Hall and will be writing for the Rambler later this semester. * Jim hopes to be drafted into profes- sional baseball this year, but if not, he hopes to enter the business world as a management trainee after receiving his Bac...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1975
v>< ; i/wi.w*' signed for present i T prosper , ,, - , management, politica officers and o^er las.- enforcement officials &nd s0ci0l0gy. The > *npletio^"of ; .TWC. o fjilLtimoi hncic anrl 4 "I 1975 THE RAMBLER Page Five m I % | G|p M- In Sun- 1 pledge |cur are Knox, second hording bonding |r; and I alumni FORT WORTH ... urs- "v. 79th Annual Fat Stock Show and Rodeo '/ (SRTH T| \ I
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1975
. . , ntanatr'-ment, officers and other lav enforcement officials .jnd socioiogy. Tfie ,..w~ n*./-. «\r full.Hnoa Kacic onH - • TipletiOIl O ; TVVC. to fuifl the Crv jneral d eyan ar< iedules. 1 aid > u dents •grarr. a dents ei re. Anj about tl •an of 't..U /( inance .s ten If you >olieies tallmei inance Accic •>ince P' ct be i cy ow juires .implif nation 'unjus •eason Witi tic wa metit fail ti fail tc tion i 'l'' ' V «* n WA H
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1975
THE RAMBLER uptown / P • ^ bu oJLonnie ^ ij<' r Dallas fakes the lend in Uptown this week by offering art and theater lovers an opportunity they might not want to miss. Art In a one day only exhibition, a unique selection of old master, modern master, and contemporary prints will be ex- hibited on Wednesday, Feb, 12, from 10 a.m. to I p.m. in the I ni\ersitv.U..tileries of the Owens Fine Art ("enter in Dallas. the exhibition will "contain over I,0()0 original prints from the works of Durer, ('allot. Piranesi. Blake; Rouault, Villon, Whistler. Antreasian, Tobey, Peterdi, Hayter, Rich- ard Hunt, and many others. rhe collection will also contain a number of Japanese woodcuts from the Ukiyo-e School, along with wood en- gravings by Henry Wolf. Area artists represented in the exhibit will be Adams. Lea, King Rush and Strunck. All displayed works will be available for purchase and will range in price from $5.00 to $5,000. The total value of the exhibit will be over $100,000. f Interest...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1975
41 •" ' - - •rs and othu. ■ ■■• enforcement officials nvrx nrr\r\\/-\trr%r\ < r full.tilYWi H C C * nH ma nag and s< Feb. 4, h a :i! I 1 siinii I I It I I: "Mi. | : ' the 3 THE RAMBLER 1*3. e Nine .// Stuart Hale — the man behind the scenes ,'^f? Ev< ear ,aix und this time. Fort Worth 3ns look forward to" the spring presented by the TWC Fine Arts . depart erit Not only does it rank high ill hk 1 prestige, but you can actually get % ifessii>n:il-like ente; tainrfient that jSaji|jrr..:lH, ha\e to pay a small fortune to We mywhere else. l*. fv- musical or play has its stifl# (BB&«i>porting cast. They are all seen, aM)at the end, they all come out and take a bov But him many people an' aware Of soes on behind the scenes, and ^Bknoxv how the scenes are made? The scenery of a production is very and takes a very careful and artistic hand to put together that very il setting that sets the mood of the tion. |!>r the spring musical, "Sugar," roses Wore rose.s go to Stuar...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1975
inn tad Page Ten m THE RAMBLER Ginger Bishop recalls her Tongan home To most Texas Wesleyan students, the Tonga Islands might seem to be just an insignificant group of South Pacific islands which lie southeast of the Fiji Islands, but for TWC senior Ginger Bishop, from Sep- tember of 1974 to January of 1975, the Tonga Islands were home. At the recommendation of Dr. J. B. Gross, dean of the college, and Dr. Alice Wonders, chairman of the division of phil- osophy and religion, Ginger became the first participant in what.was informally called the "Tonga Semester." .. < rpi ,, .'K ine Tonga Semester" was instigated by Dr. Gross because of his acquaintance with former schoolmate Dr. John Havea, resident and president of the Free-Wesley- an Church in the Tonga Islands. Dr. Havea has had three of his own children attend TWC, with one, Jean Havea, currently in attendance. Dr. Gross felt it would be appropriate if a TWC student had an opportunity to live in another cul- ture with a foreig...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1975
.1** m ""u- offiecrs and othei THE RAMBLER ■•('I n.*' ' i ,' ' - till.tinrto Hncic or\H "* Page Eleven rriologv. The "npletion of TWC. —Ginger recalls .... (Continue! om page 10) could speak English when they had to talk to Ginger. "The family life was moderately strict," Ginger commented in an interview. She went on to indicate the uniqueness of Tongan family life, "The oldest girl has the highest rank of the children. She even put- ranks the brothers. Her children even out- rank her sisters' and brothers' children." Once past the initial adjustment period, Ginger found it easy to live in the slower "atmosphere of The primarily agricultural- type economy. .The chief cash crop of the Tonga Isia/ids is the coconut. Ginger lived in Nuku'alofa, the capital city of the Tonga Islands, the only inde- pendent kingdom in the South Pacific. Under the rule of a constitutional monar- chy, there seems to be no conflicting at- mosphere between the people and the king. The legislative assembly is...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1975
i ad Page Twelve THE RAMBLER * V II 40 prepare for first baseball ga Forty baseball players have been dili- gently working out with Coach Larry Smith since the first weeks of school, preparing for their season opener Feb. 16. This year's team consists of four seniors, seven juniors, seven sophomores, and the remaining players are freshmen. Assisting Coach Smith are Rick Ford and Gary Young, both ex TWC players. Texas Wes- leyan's manager is Jeff Davis, and Blake Phillips is their statistician. Fourteen of these athletes are from Fort Worth. Closest to home, Ken Dunson comes to TWC from Poly High School. Graduating from Eastern Hills are Mac Cowan, Larry Bruner, and Don Moody. Tom Elliot, Steve Elliot, and Randy Higdon all come from Western Hills. Those who played for Ar- lington Heights include Rusty Jacobs, Mike Ramettes post 4-3 record by Debbie Olshefski The Texas Wesleyan women's basket- ball team has played three games in past weeks to bring their season record to 4-3. Thursday...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 1975
ii HiJudfcf 4, 19 THE RAMBLER officers and other lav enforeemenjofficdals O f,,\l- .rr£ VwWanrt Page Thirteen laseball opens season Feb. 16 T a- .... V Hips Drugffi ietto #l( n.-TWC* nte ol SI a visit I" iptist. ft] strong "third d is scored '1 ;ht score'" points $1 its first ^ pcce!*! he hit '"I for the i team t against *1 ook on II of newj is: TomWl ,d leadiKJ ading 1 average P conW gantf- jlike only last night Texas Wcs- u ying its first basketball game ion There's only about three of basketball left, atvd you .hat means—baseball season, ght, in just two weeks TWC first baseball gajtie- Feb. 16, Hill take on a group of older ome of the Texas Rangers in game. fTWC stars like Gary Young, * Max Wayrnan, and others will vhottjep, or not they can defeat Smith's 1975 team. Smith lias said the team is full Experience and good ability," and there are some potenrtial All- fan the team. and team captain Jim Thomas, nmy Elliott, and outfielder Rusty- three who could very well be for an All-...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1975
-fc*i J*#"' officers and other law enforcement officials " «*•* ntwolrtnaH fin n fdH-tsmo KnQlC fllvl and sociology. The upletion TEXAS WESLIY:A~P FEB 1 o'lfe COLLEGE. LJ88ARY a/- - •* f*b, il, J " 1 VOLUME 1 aid Odents •gram dents rei An about ■an of inance s ten If yoi >olicies tallme inance Accii uiqe i o be cy o\\ juires ■implil natioi 'unjuj •easor Wit lie WE ment I fail tl fail tf tion il 1 r* 1