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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1975

iridCmad Page Two THE RAMBLER Feb fO c r« " . C/J «- II y a ■§:* ;o'9 Ih§" - till as .3.C I —.n £ = c \ "• s IS 3!; |S3- lg-£X |o 5 O to g w to Point Student government in need of change Thomas Paine wrote in Common .Sense, "Government, even in its l^ststatfe, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state, an"Trrt«]er- able one." Now is a tinrfe when it is to De decided whether student government at Texas Wesleyan will be in its best or worst state.' There is a gap between the governing body, or Student Association Council, and the stu- dent body. Many criticize the SAC for a lack of response to the needs of the student body. What few realize is „that the SAC can nothing unless there is a response fiom the students. How can anyone help meet the nedds of a student body jvhen no one seems concerned enough to make those needs known? The student government at TWC Ls in a positiQft where change is imminent, Last spring, we elected the members of the Student Association Council. In that ele...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1975

£ ii • «< IN'" i •' )fficers and other lav < lent omcnus 1 yf, ar>- r> 1 I m 'j fllli-t1TTW V>ASi^ '1 TUl itnd sociology. Thd mpletion t WC. 11, i jll, 1975 THE RAMBLER Page Three u< peegle receives doctorate rction 1 of oA i5e' Li * trie n it m Til, 1 nllingj Iding i 1 that i libers j Int ga| |ru e f >r effi< e men jne fli \ c cai fort that 4 |)r iJt'J | do«j I Voi great! it by Lonnie Dye After completing just over sewn years (doctoral work, Dr. Katharine Sloan assistant professor of English at Wesleyan, became the third teacher fTWO'S current English department to five her doctorate. A resident of Denton, Dr. Speegle re- ed her doctoral degree from North las State University Jast December. She rted her doctoral work by taking only course at a time, then in 1969-70,"she a leave of absence from TWCoto be- her residence work. She continued her residence work until short period of postponement, after she began work once again. After 'Ut four years of doctoral s...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1975

Jerry iridtmad mOU Page Four tntJ THE RAMBLER Feb 11,1 75 students -A now interning in area schools Seventy-five Texas Wesleyart College student teachers began their internship in the Fort Worth and area public schools Jan. 27, the Education Division lias an- nounced. Those area schools represented will be Arlington, Birdville, Crowley and Hurst- Euless-Bedford. Thirty-seven students will be in ele- mentary, kindergarten and language-learn- ing disability, 25 in secondary and 13 in all level music. Students teaching at the elementary level are: Pam Russell, Marilyn Hart, Don- ald Lanza, Sandra Tuttle, Tim Powell, Debbie Cozart, Patti Lane, Kathy Kamp- schrader, Sandra , Browning, Sam Lowder, Lowell Roberts, Debbie Mumford, Roxane Schlueter, Linda Blocker, Chuck Milling and Cindy Noey. At the kindergarten and elementary level are: Kent Couch, Judy Baughman, uJulit' Graham, Billie Caernal, Valeria Dod- son, Lynda Wright, Pam White, Betty Douglas, Ruth Woodard, Shelia Burto® Donna Chap...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1975

.Ad *+*> m officers and other law enforcement officials manaS( rncnt, po „ , and sociology. 1 • <irn otr*K)/wcwS r n o fllH-timf* hpSK n*1 II, 1975 THE RAMBLER Page Five greeks Guidelines for open rush this se- mester have been established by the Panhellenie Council of Te^as Wesleyan. If any girT is interested in joining a sorority she,.should contact Dean Lora- lee Pohl immediately in the Office of Student Affairs. Each girl will be asked to fill out a card listing which sororities she is inter- ested in learning more about. Each sorority will then contact her and ar- range a meeting. When she has made her choice of sororities she should "flfen return to Dean PohlV office with her decision. Open rush will end Feb. 14 with pledge- ship beginning Feb. 17. Presentation has been set for March 15 in the Fine Arts Auditorium. Begin- ning al 7:30 p.m. each sorority will present its new members. Alpha Xi Delta Newly elected officers for '75 include Melinda Spurlock, president; Sharon...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1975

i ad <y Page Six THE RAMBLER Feb: 11, TW receives funds, grants!1' Texas Wesleyan College has exceeded its $250,000 Sustentation Fund Campaign goal, Judson A. Cramer, campaigp chair- man, announced Saturday. Cramer said that a total of $252,464.81 was raised during the College's 1974 cam- paign which began on Nov. 4. "We are most grateful to the many friends of Texas Wesleyan College for their generous financial support of the College through gifts and pledges to the Sustentation Fund," Cramer emphasized. "These funds are used for scholarships, renovation projects, and to help with gen- eral operational expenses. The Sustenta- tion FUrffe gifts also help make it possible for the College to offer outstanding edu- cational advantages to more students in our area by keeping the tuition at a mod- erate level," he explained. Cramer also serves as vice chairman of the TVVC Board of Trustees. Dr. W. M. Pearce, president of Texas Wesleyan, said, "We deeply appreciate the generosity of so...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1975

■ ' ' • '|-1 iil^rr' signed for present an „. . , management, polil officers and other law enforcement officials ^ s()C10j ^. ThJ n fnU.tim Mcic flTWl Tipletior t TWCj V 11,1 11, 1975 THE R B I fcR Page Seven. SI Butler to be Distinguished Alumnus of '75 niJ I M m the SI ^1 b beesj (college J StabI*J of .4 Iriend. f n by 4 ids. wilif fdiofl 'n rC Ft ts 1975 T\VC Homecoming activities art on Feb. 22 at 10:30 a:m. in the pchardson Gym with the TWC Exe# all game. year, TWC alumni will be honor- lack L. Butler, editor of the Fort Star Telegram, as Distinguished is of 1973. Charlie Hillard, of Hillard Ford, and a member of ard of Trustees of Texas Wesleyan e, will be hwnored as Distinguished I of. Alumni. |wnni of the Year will be announced the Homecoming activities. This selection is kept secret until then, ac- cording to Ms. Hal lie Dozier, executive director of the Alumni Association. Special music at the alumni banquet will be furnisTted by The Natural Society. Dr. Birney Gross will ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1975

^^^m&rrmrr Page Eight THE RAMBLER 8 ' S * ' r-3-^ n % CO I 2*3. l\i i «/>* 5 d?- f £T 2 0 st 5; r?" 5 i i! ^ s In -S fia; P-3 - I *"* r>. «■* 1 •s is's: lo s Is I* w (O uptown Feb. H 'Bpi. \ ft .. fiu cjConnie r Z)< r Music The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra ^vill gjerform to- night, Feb. 11, at the Convention Center Theater at 8:15 p.m. John Giordano will conduct Beethoven's Ninth Sym- phony while soloists will be Carole Farley, Clenda Maurice, Dennis Bailey, and Desire Ligeteli. Assisting the performance will be 400 voices combining the choruses of TCU, the Baptist Seminary, and Schola Can- torum. Tickets are $3-$6. Y> 1h Soloist bass, Desire Ligeteli, will appear again on Sun- day, Feb. 16, as a guest when the TCU Orchestra gives a performance in Ed Landreth Auditorium. Admission to the 3 p.m. performance is free. The Fort Worth Alumni chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota will give an American music concert in the Reed Lecture Theater next Monday, Feb. 17, at 8:15 p.m. Admi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1975

officers and other lav.- enforcement officials it-Vti Tim omnlm.'lvi AH Q fllll-tiv i>P flTVl and ■ 11, 1975 ■JP THE RAMBLER Page Nine take trophy in Tarleton Invitational ejThe TWC VV( ijierVs basketball team upht home the hardware a few week- P ago as they earrjpd the consolation mpionship at (he Tarleton Invitational lament in Stephenville. hey began tourney play by facing |lor, only to be defeated 88-41. Jan y compiled 10 points during the and Molly Moore scored 9 points. ■In the following game, Tex Wes chai- ned TCI The women cagers won 47- Molly Moore shot 16 points, Cyndra pk had 11 points, Jan Henry contributed 10 points and Becky Laminack scored 7 points. TWC then ^rogref^d onward in the tournament bracket to play Hardin Sim- mons. Hardworking Texas Wesleyan won 51-34. Jan Henry was high point , scoring 18 points. Cyndra Frick added 16 points to the final score, and Molly Moore shot 9 points. The final and most exciting game of their tournament play was for the conso- la...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1975

■a *3 Page Ten THE RAMBLER Feb. II,! 8 cn 3 I c « S-.R - V! If l?f ° io i |3 n> !g I?-3. 3 5.8 J? a. j 3 Is r o cn to Rams suffer 2 upsets by Kelly Morgan The Texas Wesleyan basketball team traveled to Plainview, Texas, Jan. 31 to play conference opponent, Wayland Bap- tist. Wayland Baptist does not own a very impressive record, and the Rams were predicted to beat„,them easily. However, Wayland upset TWC, and handed them their fourth conference loss, 50-48. The Rams' 48 points is their lowest score all season. Coach Johnny Howerton was very dis- appointed at his team's performance in Plainview. He commented that he thought the roundballers played quite "poorly." Tommy Lane led TWC's scoring with 16 points, followed by Eddie Wright with 12, and guard Maurice Evans with 10 points. On the following day, the Rams arrived in Lubbock, Texas, where they were to meet Lubbock Christian College. TWC really needed a victory here iff order to be a contender for the championship. The roundbal...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1975

11 officers and other lav.' enforcement officials and sociology. Thi IT '^A OTA orwr.lr.vort i\n o fiill-rinv> hnsis ami - 0 THE RAMBLER Page Eleven h-' - I® " •• lew sound system r (stalled in gym Anyone attending the TWC home bas- ketball games this semester has probably noticed the new sound system installed in the Sid Richardson Gym. Fans can finally hoar and clearly understand Ken Carter as he announces the games. The new system is called a sound re- inforcement system. Boner Associates, of Austin, Texas, designed this complete sys- tem, which consists of the very best com- ponents. u Mr. Cecil Cole, assistant professor of sPeeeh at TWC, has had experience with sound equipment and believes Sid Rich- ardson Gym has some of the finest equip- ment made. „ Because of this new sound system, the K>''nnasium can entertain many other func- ,ions such as concerts and lectures. Bqsketball is a game of ups and downs - in the last few series, we at TWC have seen: more downs '4

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1975

iridtmad ■ >j VJi Page Fourteen THE ft AMBLER v- • o e -I I fire* l£ s esi r v'.'l "OHfir, £2y £$i TWC SENIOR BECKY LAMINACK, #13, di.pl,yl some of the her at the captain of the women's basketball team. skill which qualifies Texas Wesleyan Baseball 1975 Feb. March April May 16 21 22 1 10 11 13, 14 & 15 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 28 29 31 4 5 7 8 11 12 14 18 19 22 25 26 2 3 Home Home There There Home Home Alumni Game (1 game) Texas Christian University (2) Texas Christian University (2) University of Piano (2) Fort Hayes (1) Kansas State (1) SPRING TOURNAMENT: Kansas State, Ft. Hayes, U. of Piano, Texas Wesleyan Central MichigarT 'df ® Central Michigan (2) Midwestern University (2) Midwestern University (2) Notre Dame (2) Kent State (1) Coe College (1) Oklahoma Baptist (2) Oklahoma Baptist (1) John F. Kennedy College (1) Oklahoma Christian College (2) There Oklahoma Christian College (1) There Ouachita Baptist College (2) Home Univ. of Texas at Arlington (I) Horn.' Phillips Universi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 February 1975

IFif instmas ■■it Page Twelve THE RAMBLER Feb, \v Veterans may elect to receive no benefits 8 s \b | I c « New Veterans Administration instruc- tions regarding "tTo-pay" periods have just been released and may be of interest to many of TVVC's veterans and eligible persons, according to G. R. Timmerman, the veterans' representative''on Campus. The* new instructions deal primarily with meth- ods which may be used to help save edu- cational entitlement. .. A veteran or eligible person who is training half time or more may elect to receive no benefits for an interval between terms, if the election will enable him to conserve enough entitlement to enroll in an additional term. The request that no benefits be paid for an interval must .be over the signature of the veteran or el- igible person. In addition, if a veteran's or eligible person's entitlement will be exhausted during an interval of less than a calendar month between terms, the VA will assume that he or she wants to conserve ent...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 February 1975

management, nd s-KW>log>T. Th< mpletion >fficers and other lav.' enforcement officials ■Vyy nr*s omnlfw-oH /-in o fl 111-t i rrvo Vv4QIQ 'A nrl 41* EX AS WtSLEYAN Lb 9 n ib/b COLLEGE LlBHAHr i nance VOLUME 49 - No. 19 Feb. 20, 1975 is ten >ohcie ion wis tallm Homecoming weekend inane Acci mce tain u filled with activities cy o\ juires * Homecoming weekend at TWC promise: to be filled with activities that will suit everyone's fancy, whether they are 1909 grads or 1974 grads. Friday, Feb. 21, 1975 will head off Homecoming weekend with a basketball pur*--bdwwn women alumni members. The schedule of events is as follows: fiatio un.]u lie \v ment Sugar will open in a celebrity series debut Thursday, Feb. 20 Sugar" to open Feb. 20 "Snm' r. is hase(' on the Story Br0, j6 'lke 11 Hot" opened on lo^n y °n April 9- 1^72, fol- othpr^ tPn weeks o{ tryouts in w J a maj°r Cities musical /nook? SWWt surress ^th people 10 see 505 performances. It H:,.m:'SiC c'assic "Some Like in 1959 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 February 1975

lerry iridtmaj Page Two THE RAMBLER Film series offered for credit Texas Wesleyan will offer a new "bne hour credit course begi/ining Feb. 25, called "The History of Civilization." "The His- tory of Civilization" will be a film series course ,:!n which two 52 minute films will be shown every week through April 25. The course will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursday duiing the free period and at 6 p.m.; therefore the course can be added to the current schedule without complications. The classes will meet in the Reed Lec- ture Theater beginning Feb. 25 at 10:50 a.m. and 6 p.m., and students may sign up for the course then. Enrollment will cost one hour's tuition. The course will give one hour's credit with grades given on a "Satisfactory" and "Unsatisfactory" basis. The only require- ment for the course is that the student attend all thirteen showings. Attendance will be taken at each meeting. The thirteen color films in the series are written and narrated by Lord Kenneth Clark, a"'ce...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 February 1975

«p i) *<3 rf. . , | . . ftf... , management, pou officers and other lav enforcement officials J . , , and sociology. The " I'o n*vVnlAi'(v1 r\r rt fnil.tirrwi hacic nnd ... .« ^ 'iiplction < t TWC. 20, lie 1975 s> iap THE RAMBLER Page Three inttiea I shmid j | three 4 ! fact 4 and < on, I enrofiifl | may are I hater i! I id p.m.. Term' I [arch 1"| re avails roll fori the il Isleyan C ;ontact1 ; WeslflJ r eligil*| nd deaf | asized I he Spi peer*#! Senator Smith speaks < In,conjunction with the week-, [visit on the Austin College i of |>)imer Senator Mar- j Chase Smith, the TAGER )rk will broadcast a panel ision between the Senator "embers of the Austin Col- ipolitical science and history Itv to the Texas Wesleyan i on February 19 at 2 p.m. fcator Smith will go to Aus- follege as, a Woodrow Wilson ; Fellow-. Under the Wood- WiLson Fellows program, |h Is financed by the Lilly (wment of Indianapolis, rep- ptatives of business, industry, professions ire placed on St.-,'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 February 1975

\ ?c 8 5 3 1 c ! 15* ^ - - c a .11 *3 ill: 8*9 is Isifs IE. Si :s § << 5 § 1 lo -P Is 3 c I3-3 ^ I"* Q- Id. lo w tvj Page Four THE RAMBLER Feb JO,'1 Season opens against TCu Is Te eis \Vesleyan College dropping' out of the Texorna Athletic Conference and going into pro-baseball's American League? No, but they might as well be. Over this past weekend, Coach Larry Smiths' baseball team was to have taken on some of the best players in baseball today. This last Saturday, TWC took on such baseball stars as pitcher Neal Cooper of the Philadelphia Phillies, Rick Ford and Rick Ryser of the Baltimore Orioles, Cary Getter of the California Angels, Larry Bitnner of the Montreal Expos, and many others: Some of the Texas Rangers even con- sented to play. Coach Smith received posi- tive answers to his invitations from Amer- ican League Rookie-of-the-Year Mike Har- grove, shortstop Toby Harrah, and pitcher Steve Dunning and Stan Thomas. These players, as well as former TWC stars, played in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 February 1975

w manage officers and other lav enforcement officials U/% *t*n rtmnl/Mt/-w4 AiS n 'fitll.tirrvo Kncic onH and sociology. The t Triplet ion -t TWO. ..20, a land «is| 1st ba ]fl2 fx i ' J ■ antf Ld ■the fiat| perpi1 |im at si rA Jtcher. i I I Hill $ centfl^ ICarr i | in lefts ey 1 Irrs. nos w5| i and! |-id for i 1 p.msj jrch" arnctt ie dye organ hefski insoti berry laves Iredge knM lgston • w® I I' texas wesleyan college RAITIBLER TEXAS WESLEYAN /> V MAR 5J975 , v *" COLLtGL LiBKARY . VQLUMEM9 - No. 20 I litoriim8"0 *ppe*r in at TWC, March 5 at • p.m. in the Fine Arts ■nancial aid avai ilable ImIL80™'!'4 dircct"r <>f financial I omcomin 'i' sovcra' announcements I''ill aid l,* n"^ receiving finan-. Iin "btainin,! r . who are interetsod Student nandal assistance. h 5125*? TEG- fW |"Office as c ° S*°^ *)y Business I uhi°v!n-as IM>SS^),° to sign their lThe ^ m induct mt • surance Company li"ns on tm'lws for sales posi- and all majors wilT 1 s|fn up in .. rost(,'l students sho...

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