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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 September 1954

Pif 2 Th WAR WHOOP Friday. September 17. 1134 r O di to ria id Christian Foundation A Foundation Recently there appeared in a magazine an article entitled "Readin' 'Kittin' 'Rithmelic and Religion." It seems that the author felt that religion needed to be added to the three "R's" ol learning. The essence of the whole article was to bring out the idea that more and more religion should be worked into the school cirruculum. As we come 1o school we ask ourselves just what our aim is in coming to McMurry. We conclude that wc come to col- lege to prepare for our life's work or our later life. In view of this we ask the question: why do we have to have religion on the campus? To find an answer to this we must start from scratch and find out man's purpose in life. Each of us must find our rela- tionship to God; that is to bring ourselves closer to God or the purpose of finding his will for our lives. Man must be ever seeking to find God's will for his life. Therefore it is the aim or purpo...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 September 1954

Friday. ptwnbtr 17. 1IS4 Th WAR WHOOP Pat 3 '.jr Indians Tackle Buffs Saturday in First Game INDIAN QUARTERBACK Jo Bill Fox of Fort Worth junior lttterman quarterback with tha McMurry Indiam. will be back for another Buffalo hunt Saturday at 8 p. m. in Canyon. Fox. all-Texai Conference tignal caller quarterbacked the Tribe to a 20-20 tie with the Buffs last 'ear. Saturday night we will get our first glimpse of the '54 edition of our own McMurry Indians ns they take the field against n tough West Texas Stale team When kickoff time rolls around it will mark the movement wo hero on the rcservatin have been waiting for for many moons. McMury has for the past couple of years opened its grid wars with West Texas and the outcome hasn't been evident until that final gun or as many of you remember West Texas staged a last minute rally to tie us last year. So this year's tilt will be another close hard-fought game ns it will be the opener for both teams. West Texas State is n member of the Ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 September 1954

Page 4 The WAR WHOOP Friday. September 17. ltM McMurriansHave Unusual Summer Trips Activities Travel seems to have been the last word for .some of our Braves and Maidens and a few of our professors as they traveled some low; trails during these past sum- mer days. DH. JAMES F. WHITE of the Chemistry department was in Arizona where he .served as a Ranger at the Penfied Forest Na- tional Monument. Our coaches W11LLFOUD MOORE EDGAR PAYNE and JOE BURK scouted for Reservation football material and dropped in on the Texas Coaches School in Dallas. DR. and MRS. R. T. SCHAEFER took a tour of Europe visiting Scatland England France Belgium Hol- land Denmark Germany Swit- zerland Italy and Monaco (Monte Cailo Casino to you poker fans.) On the student side BENNY McGLASSON a sophomore is back after a leave of absence with Undo Sam's Army. This summer he was a PFC stationed WAH WAHTAYSEES TO HOST ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP TEA Wah Wahtaysee women's ser- vice organization on the Reserva- tion will host it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 September 1954

A. McMurry Defeats WT Buffaloes 19-18 '; Passes Net Two TD's; Atkins Runs for One BbBBBBBBH ! .-BjBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBABBBBBBBBV bbbbbbbj mK 4101 ViLPPPPPPH iiiMTV'' 'IR'lB' ' PbbbbbbbY m ;llllllvVvJMHvlV:-.V iv vlfY--BBBBBBBBBK obbb bbI T .' -iW Til TliH 1 BBrfiSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflHBBBflfcSffiBBBBBBBBBBl HKSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBmJflBBBMBBBH ATKINS ROLLS AGAINST BUFFS-Blllr Atkins. McMurry halfback gained 105 yards in 19 car- rin list Saturday night in tha Indiana' 11-11 victory or.r tha Watt Taxaa Stata Buffi. (Photo by Frad McCraary) MSM Talk Set For Wed. Night Information on MOTIVE the Methodist Student Movement and the Methodist Student Movement Fund arc scheduled for presenta- tion at Wednesday's Christian Foundation meeting "Fellowship time" half an hour of games and fellowship singing is set for 6:30 p. m. Wednesday followed by the Christian Foun- dation program and worship ser- vice at 7:00 p. m. This week's program featured Richard Deats McMurry graduate now attending...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 September 1954

Tl WAR WHOOP Friday ptambw 24. 1IM Paf3 Editorials HOW 116 ARE YOU? Mrs. Channcll. Dean of Women spoke to Christian Foun dation a week ago last Wednesday night. Her theme was "Are You Big Enough?" It is unfortunate that more upperclassmen were not at this meeting. "Big" men and women are Christian men and women. There are many leaders on our campus who accept the fact that there is a God and that He is Supremo. These same people deny God's every call for Service to seek their own pleasure and enjoyment. The War Whoop believes that we all have to be "Big" in ordnr for n successful 1954-1955 school year. Our campus is made up of "Big" men and women and "Little" men and women. Where do you stand .' Christ is the Supreme Being not "me"; when will that be realized here on our Christian campus: Milt cnester. HARVEY IS NO POOKA Do you know Harvey? No he is not El wood P. Dowd's Pooka the imaginary rabbit. If he were a pooka it would DC pilSSlUlC lor mill lu uu uiu iiii(jusaiui- jwi:jjiii; ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 September 1954

Friday September 24. 1154 The WAR WHOOP Page 3 Indians to Meet Sun Bowl Champs at El Paso Saturday McMurry's Indians journcv 450 miles to El Paso Saturday to take on a strong Border Conference team the Texas Western Miners. The game is to be played at 8 p. m. in Kidd Field setting of the annual Sun Bowl game. Texas Western is a high-spirited team coached by Mike Brum- below. Brumbclow in the past four years at TWC has a 23-17-1 record. Last season Texas Western won 8 out of 10 during the regular season and then smeared Missis- sippi Southern in the Sun Bowl game New Year's Day. Missis- sippi Southern had beaten such Deep South powers as Alabama and Georgia. Texas Western lost 8 of the 33 lettcrmen but reports indicate that these 8 men have had good replacements. Texas Western will possibly have one of the best de- fensive teams McMurry will face as Coach Brumbclow is a great advocate of defensive football. The Miners will be sharp on of- fense too as they scored 257 points last year...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 September 1954

Pag 4 Th WAR WHOOP Friday. September 24. 1M4 Prof. Bynum Leads Band For Eight Straight Years Bill Fivcash senior from Ab'- lenc was recently elected presi- dent of the McMurry Indian banc for the 1954-'55 term. Fivcash will be assisted by Sam Worsham from Eden who wa selected as vice-president; Senior Mclba "Allan Shivers" Rucker Abilene who will serve a third term as secretary of the organi zation; and Dill Adkins from Has- kell who will fill the position of drum major for a thiid time also. Maidcncttcs for the band in- clude Margaret Scaly sophomore from Sweetwater; Barbara Wil- son freshman Mcrkel; and Yvonne Caldwell fieshman from Baird. This will be Margaret's second Grandfather 48 Is McMurry Student The right time to pursue God's work is now. This is the opinion of Clesby Patterson 48 year-old grandfather who has left busi- ness interests in Merkcl to be- come a ministerial student here on the campus. Patterson has lived in Mcrkel all his life except for one year in which he w...

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

J- Ifll McWlUiwY CoLLLGf ABILUt. TEXAS The War Whoop LETS GET A CARDINAL! McMURRY ON TO BEAUMONT VOL. 31 McMURRY COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 1 1964 If. 4 D. Burrow Elected To Lead Freshmen Ibjw :. - WBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaEaEaEaEaEaEaEBEBEaEaEaEBl 2. '" ..WaBBaEaEaEaEaEaEaBaEaEaEaEaEI BBa s'jBJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBBBBBBfl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIllHBBBBBHBBBEBSlBBBBBBBBBflBflllBEBBBBBl1 SLIME LEADERS Shown abov aro th rtcMitly oloctad officers of the irishman clait ax from Uft to right Charlat Boling Dick Count in. Batty Shawbart and David Burrow. (Photo by Frad McCraary) McM Debaters Set Schedule; All Students Urged to Join "The United States should grant diplomatic recognition to Communist China" is the national debate tope this year. Prospec- tive debaters who have been keeping up with the "Red China" war needn't worry about the topic McM BAND ELECTS REPRESENTATIVES Class representatives were elect- ed Tuesday to complete the Mc- Murry Band Council for this year. Elec...

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

Put I THE WAR WHOOP Friday. October 1. 1M4 DLCat'tCatt Cditoria It BY SAM Why I Camt To McMurry The decision to attend college was a hard one for me to make as it is for many others. Still hardet was the decision concerning which college to attend. After much thought prayer and worry I decided on McMurry. Because I wanted to attend a Christian school I paid particular attention to the fact that McMurry strives to guide students in the path of Christ and that students are expected to take part in the religious activities on the campus. This fact means a great deal to all Christian students. McMurry is small enough to allow for small classes thus giving the students opportunity to have personal contact with the instructors. This alone would be enough to lead one to McMurry because it makes class work easier and more pleasant. Since I am planning to major in religious education I was ?uite naturally interested in the department of religion. Tpon investigation I found that McMurry has a...

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

Friday. Octobtt 1. 1M4 THE WAR WHOOP toftl McM Travels to Beaumont To Battle With Lamar Tech Bplf iiH iLLe. H OTM RATLIFF eater Halfback Intramural Start Next Intramural plans are rolling right along and play should be- gin by about the first of October according to Intramural Director Coach Joe Burke. Coach Burke has three men helping him run the intramural program. They are Allen Holi- day John Riley and Carmen Bon- ner. This group is now working on the rules. The complete set of rules has not been completed but it will be "Rag Football". Rag football is where each player has far new parfcMrtf color look sweater of orlon Ntvtr-bafor tuth color brilliant. Ntvtr-btfor such ccuhmwlikt luiury. Th itcrot't now 42't quality duPont orlon wonder warm vol feather light Campltltly waihabl Colorfail and ihrink-controllod. Noodt n blocking. 36-46 ty4mfa WMi v-VB CHARLES MOTE Sophomore Guard Play to Week a rag tucked under his belt. The object is to remove the rag from the man who has the ball...

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

Pat 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. Oetoker 1. 1M4 David Freeman Leads Science Club For '54-'55 One of the older organizations on the campus was brought back into activity as the science club held its first meeting Monday Sept. 14 in the biology lecture room. About fifteen members arid five students interested in joining the club were present. The major business of the meeting was the election of the officers for the current year. New officers elected include: president David Free- man a prc-med student from Abilene; vice-president A. J. Hoover Abilene; secretary-treasurer Esther Sandoval Roswcll N. M.; program chairman Davis Brookrson Poplar Bluff Mo. Other officers are to be elected at a later date. The chief goals of the science club are to stimulate interest in scientific achievement and to fur- ther systematized knowledge in natural science. Highlighting the activities of the McMurry Science club is the annual convention of the Texas Academy of Science to be held at San Antonio and two...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 October 1954

xl ijlLEQE The War Whoop VOL. 32 McMURRY COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 8 1954 No. S BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawaBaawM0 Jwiii aaaaaaaB tLJaaaai a A iRTtSSaaakaiiaaaaH BaaaaarcTaaa1laY D m WjaaaWsflaaaau aaaaaaa WJaaBmiLUJ? :1HHHE v; U'Vv9lKSF aaaaaaffH aaaaaa4V ! vi ir aaaaBw(BbLaaaal BaaaaaakV l"i mW -jl BaaMsfT aaaaaai aaaaaaaaik .U JPr SS if 1 iK" .VH aaaaaaY !. aBaaaaaaaaaav''&ar9w R- aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaraauBaaaaaai?fitTt BEAUTY LEADI THE BAND Pictured above u the Indian Bind Maldratttas who will perform at the half-rima actlvUl in Indian Stadium Saturday night at the McMurrr Midwestern flam. Thar an Margaret Scaly Swaotwaxer sophomore; Barbara Wilson. Marital fraahmani and Yvonne CaldwalL Baird freshman. (Photo by Frad McCraary). Christian Foundation Sets Schedule For Year's Work Seven new co-chairmen for committees and program areas Were elected at Christian Foun- dation Sept. 29. They were Nel- son Smith Christian Faith; Mar- garet Anne Milikien Christian Citizenship; Charles...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 October 1954

Pag 2 THE WAR WHOOP Friday October I. 1154 Cditoria id Buz Sawytr Sptaks Aren't you anxious to know what the mysterious object is that is floating in the eye of the huricane in the "Buz Saw- yer" comic strip? This reporter has the inside dope and could tell you the exact outcome but then that would be revealing secrets. It was fun meeting Roy Crane artist of this strip in Sweetwater where he is spending his vacation. Sweetwater is his home town and if you know folks over there you can recognize some of his characters in "Buz Sawyer." There is Sweeney who they say is exactly like him then there is Lucille the football player who was originally Lula Belle in "Wash Tubbs". Lucille went to school with Roy Crane in Sweetwater. Roy Crane himself is a man about fifty-five years of age with a wide mustache like one of his characters that used to be in Wash Tubbs. Mr. Crane doesn't feel or act as if he were a celebrity; he is just a friendy sort of fellow who is doing and enjoying the job he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 October 1954

Friday. October I. 1IS4 THE WAR WHOOP Pag 3 Brave Chants By DON RAMIEY Sometimes wc have to lose a game the hard way. That's what happened down at Beaumont last Saturday night. If you read the statistics on that same you will sec that the Redskins should have won the same going away. After piling up a 13-0 lead at the half the Indians just couldn't seem to go any more. We are going to blame it on the weather. If you have ever been down in that part of the country you will know what I mean. McMurry wasn't lonesome in their loss however. It looks like last week was the week of upsets. Man everybody got beat. Abi- lene High H-SU Notre Dame TCU these are just a few who lost. If you get a chance to sec Breck- enridge play this year don't pass it up. They looked nothing short of great in walloping Abilene last week. I predict a state cham- pionship for them this year. They shouldn't lose a game. Burns me up because the Giants won four straight. I always seem to manage to de- vote nearly a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 October 1954

Paf 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. October I. 1M4 McM Future Teachers Have Many Clubs Job Experiences The student on the McMurry campus who is intcicstcd in edu- cation has several organizations which will help him in his pro- fession. Resides the educational department itself which is com- posed of Dr. Andrew W. Hunt Dr. Joseph H. Roemer and Mrs. Phil E. Chappell there arc the Future Teachers Association and Kappa Delta Pi . Future Teachers is an education professional organization. When a student joins this association he J4unt ZJourA Europe rtttendd School at 14 of J&lo forwau; ZJ-lndi J-eople ZJ-riendly A trip to Europe a chance to combine travel and a vacation with studying the customs lit- erature and civilization of an- other country is something al- most every college student dreams of but few realize. One of the fortunate few this summer was Donald Hunt Mc- Murry junior who attended the Summer School for American Students of the University of Oslo in Norway. Hunt began his sum...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 October 1954

McMurry Indians Scalp Midwestern 14-7; "Game of the Year" Set for Saturday .' Touchdown Pass In 4th Quarter Gives Tribe Win The McMurry Indians pushed across an early fourth quarter touchdown and then staved off two later Midwestern drives to beat the visiting tribe of Indians from Midwestern by a score of 14-7 The McMurry touchdown was tallied on a six yard pass from quarterback Joe Bill Fox to end Ezra Corley The first McMurry touchdown was a result of Bill Atkin's magnificent 75 yard punt return early in the second quarter Llroy Payne converted after both touchdowns E J Webb ch&lked up the only Midwestern tally in the third per- iod when he broke up the middle for 59 yards Jerry Fouts kicked the extra point Payne was the leading ground gainer for the loral Indians with 117 yards on 23 carries Payne also threw a terrific key block that enabled Atkins to break into the clear on his touchdown scam- per Atkins chalked up 39 yards on 8 carries Webb led tne Midwestern at- tack with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 October 1954

Page 2 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. October 15. 19S4 O ditoria id This Is The Game! The time has come to enlighten freshmen as to the im- portance of the event coming up Saturday night October 16 at Fair Park Stadium the annual ACC-McMurry game You might say "They're not in our Conference Why is it so important9" Conference or no this is the most im- portant game of the yeai The fact that the Wildcats got on a tear and decided they had outgrown the Teas Conference puts it even higher on our list Think what a feather in the Indians' warbonnet if those Wildcats could be tamed down' We will wager that as many Ex'es from each college will be present at this affair as at the annual homecoming events Take the two sisters who attended the two colleges one chose ACC and the other attended McMurry Friendly rela- tions between the two families cease on the afternoon or night of that game Their husbands have found that it is a better plan to keep the sisters on opposite sides of the stad- ium All of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 October 1954

Friday. October IS. 19S4 THE WAR WHOOP Pag 3 Brave Chants By DON RAMSEY Let's start the ball rolling by giving out some bouquets. Every- body who saw the Indians trounce Midwestern is bound to realize that there were a bunch of guys playing football out there. Stick- ing out like a sore thumb were Elroy Payne Billy Atkins Char- lie Kecse Grant Teaff I'm going to stop there or I will wind up naming the whole team. One more guy however and that is Dob Hardin. Hardin put in his finest performance for the Indians last Saturday night. Somebody said he had someone watching him. You arc going to see more of this boy. Last week proved some things. It showed that a team can be the underdogs and still win. Also it showed that the team of Great White Fathers from ACC can get their tails twisted. Tune in this Saturday night for a repeat per- formance. I'm going to defy all convention and say that the Tribe will take the Wildcats by not one but TWO touchdowns if not more. Some people won't agree...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 15 October 1954

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. October 15. 1SS4 Pai 4 Social lAn i r I By MARY NELL TAYLOR IHR hns three neophytes pledR- inR this semester Boyd Syles- tine Daniel Slonn and Bill Car- mack Ihtst boys will have charge of the traditioml chili supper that IHR Kivcs in honor of lxls Joe Bill Fox has btcn elect cd representative to the Inter- clul) Council Alpha Pi Alpha members are oaRcrl expcctinR their new club sweaters this week Their con- stitution has also been completed and was recently ratified Mar- garet Grisham and Ruth Picazo arc in charRe of the proRram Alpha Pi Alpa will present in chapel Nov 2 Thirty one members and the sponsor Mrs Von Endc were present at a dinner held recentl by Delta Bata Eptilon in the Abi- lune Room at Richard's Ha Beth Hester alumnae secretary has been working this week on a hews letter to exes concermnfi homccominR There are seven new pledges in Kiva Donald Dickey Jerry Lewis Bob Pritchctt Bob Harris Wayne Smith David Freeman and Joe Groves The Kiva smoker wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 October 1954

McMurry Stomps Wildcats in Thriller 13-7 Payne Atkins Run Wild In Big Victory By FLETCHER BOWMAN McMurry completely out fought and out classed ACC for an impressive 13-6 score Saturday night in Fair Park Stadium. The Indians displayed a potent offense and a very rugged and determined defense in waxing the boys from the hill. Elroy Payne literally ran wild as the McMurry for- ward wall opened holes big enough to run a moving van through. Little Billy Atkins was also great as he ate yardage up the middle and in wide end-runs. McMurry showed ACC that they were out to win from the very first second of the game and never let up a minute in doing so. The blocking was crisp and the tackling was hard and vicious as Holladay Harden Ratliff and the rest of the team continually lowered the boom on the ACC backs. It was a wonder Morris and Hirth could even get up off the turf after some of the tackles the McMurry boys threw. LAST QUARTER PLAY The final period marked a time bf tense play as. for...

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