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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 November 1950

Red men to ik.ft S rfc f f P 1 BBBBBKBDBBubEB!BBm BPtMsK&liB' jKt ''KIHbHJHBBBflBBi CLOSING OUT TIIK 50 SKASON TOR McMlliKY COLLKGK will be these gridsmen. who'll meet the Southwestern Univer- sity Pirates in Fair Park Stadium Friday night at 8. Front row left to right: George Owens Brad Rowland" Sabin Hcndrick- son Richard Buckley Charles Miller Floyd Sampson (co- capatin) Veston George Gordon Beck and Dick Jackson. Second row: Doyle Dean Robert Miller Ronnie Macon Stephen Page 3 SPORTS Friday November 17 1950 PREDICTIONS DICK COLLINS WINS DOLLAR Dick Collins is the winner of this week's buck. He picked 15 of 20 correct closer than did Tom- my Tyrell who also picked 15 of the 20. Right behind these two were George Owens John Polk Jack Reese and James Marshall all who picked 14 of 20. No one picked Texas Western to squeeze by Hardln-Slmmons and only one picked McMurry to be beaten by Howard Payne and SMU to take on the chin from A&M. Everyone had it figured out that Texas wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 November 1950

I in r s Thanksgiving. Annually people ai-c grateful for innumer- able items at this holiday season. Some are intangibles some arc real. Usually though all discussed arc vague. This year lot's list some of the thanks a McMurrian has to offer. Thank God for a country as yet literally untouched by the ravages of war. Thank God for an organization such as the United Nations which still strives for complete peace. Futility is unknown to its members. Thank God for a democratic form of government . . . which leads to . . . Thanks for McMurry a Christian institution allowed to teach the preachings of Christ. Thanks for freedom of religion the right to assemble on Sundays at St. Paul Fairmont Frist Baptist First Presbyte- rian at any church and listen. Thanks for the freedom of the press. Yes even the War Whoop freedom with its student gripes. Thanks for the freedom of speech. The right that President Joe Harrison has to talk to the Board of Trustees. The right of any individual student to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 November 1950

Page 5 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP Friday November 17 1950. Calendar Full Of Social Activities By ANNE CLARK McMurry's social calendar la full and overflowing for the next nine weeks Students have many parties and banquets to look forward to before the painstaking grind of semester exams. Coming up tonight is the MICA partyfor all members of social clubs and their dates. You Mr- Murry students who have been crying for recreation here's your chance to have a wonderful time! Scheduled for .Saturday Dec. 2 Is the annual Football banquet at which all football boys and thrlr dates are gucstm. Thursday Dec. 7 Kappa Phi Is giving their birthday party. Christmas activities begin Dec. 8 when Ko Sari has their Christmas party. The following night Dec. 0 Alpha Psi Omega has reserved the calendar for a party. Delta Beta Epstlon has Invited all the social clubs of McMurry to a carolling party Dec. 14. Thurs- day night. Friday night the 15th FTA has their party. The last Christmas party scheduled for t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 17 November 1950

Ptefe 6 The War Whoop Friday November 17 1950. Seniors' Hidden Ambitions Don't Agree With Webster By JACK HAMPTON Webster says that nn ambition Is "an eager or inordinate desire for preferment honor superiority power or attainment" So that's what nny reporter expects to find when he conducts a survey anions college seniors on the question "What Is your hidden ambition?" But Webster's definition doesn't fit for McMurry seniors. At least that's what one would think after talking to a few of them. Few (If any) of those interviewed express- ed any ambition for honor power or superiority A typical ambition was expressed by Roy Shilling who said he had always wanted to kill polar bears in West Texas. Upon being reminded that his future occupation as a church worker might make this a little impracti- cal he added that his real secret ambition was to be a bishop an archbishop or even a pope. Mary Helen MrtSllvary con-fi-NMrd that her hidden ambition watt to ho a children's nurse hut when as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1950

The u Uh ar oop Volume XXVm. McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday November 30 lj Jmbcrjl Council to Conduct Poll Monday Concerning Dances "SHOULD WK DANCE AT Mo- MURRY?" That's the first of a series of four questions which will be asked McMurry Btudents In a poll to be conducted in assembly Monday by the Student Council announces Joe Harrison president. The printed questionnaires will J student. The students will answer the questions and return the sheets to student council members wait- ing at each door. The three other questions which will be asked on the questionnaire are: "Do you personalty dance?" "Do your parent approve ol dancing?" McM Students Attend Dallas Science Meet Twelve members of the McMurry Science Club left yesterday at noon to attend the Texas Academy of Science being held on the South- Band Makes Plans For Five-Day Tour To Begin Dec. 2 McMurry Indian band officers with Raymond T. Bynum director are making final arrangements for the group's annual fall concert tou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1950

The War Whoop Friday November 30 1950. Page 2 Gofes Serw as 'Mom Pop' To Gold Star Dorm Residents By .TACK HAMPTON "It's lots of fun being 'Pop' and Mom' In a men's dormitory" Bay the Rev. and Mrs. Phil Gates su- pervisors at Gold Star Memorial dormitory. And they say it with- out reservation remembering that their "fun" includes everything from water fights and firecrackers nt midnight to sewing up torn trousers "Wc always felt that If we couldn't take it we'd get out and let somebody else in that could" ndds Mrs Gates. "We've always tried to make It as much like a home as possible." Most of the 183 residents at Gold Star agree that they have succeeded. Some folk especially those 1ilng in Gold Star might won- der at the at amount of under- Ktandlng and perseverance the Gale show In playing mother and lad to so many boy. The mystery ts cleared up when one hears Mr. Gates tell about her four children three of them bo. "We always felt that If a hoy Ih 'good' then he's probably good fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1950

Cagers Begin Play by Taking Two Wins From St. Edward's Sports-Site By WILL WHITE NOTICED THAT MrMURRVS basketball team was recently rated In the top 100 teams of the nation by Stanley Woodward in his 1951 Basketball Annual. Seems Mr. Woodward had slighted McMurry after the 1910 football season when he left Brad Rowland off his Little All-America squad and placed Ben Harmon of Austin College on it in- stead. Nevertheless all's forgiven. ANOTHER NOTATION in Mr. Woodward's magazine looks mighty nice. He named Dick Richey as one of the top 50 players in the South- west for this season. Other Texas Conference baskctballcrs who made the "fifty" were Thomas Mark of Southwestern University and Bill Evans Dempsey Watkins and Ralph Buckley of Austin College (seems Woodward favors Austin College). Strange part of it was that Buckley is not even on Aus- tin's roster since he withdrew from school. IF YOU'VE BEEN out to the football field lately you've seen something that is quite rare in West Te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1950

Ptytit 'Put(H Wott SW& &u4ettU Seato Stanted! How did you like those basketball games Tuesday and Wednesday nights? Or did you even go? Football season is completed finished it's over. The helmets shoulder pads and the pigskin have been put to rest for another year. In its place they have brought out basketball uniforms and a basketball. This year prospects look good. Coach Jowcll and his boys arc pointing for the TC crown and it's just very likely they might bring it home to the Reservation. Several lettermen have returned to the squad. The McMurry five show lots of fight and push. Last year's record was pitiable. It's been said that the Indians broke the record ... for losing the most games. Now that's old stuff. No need to rehash it except for one reason. Last year's attendance was also poor. Maybe a handful of students would watch the games. Rarely did one say "Sorry you lost boys but you played a good game." It's not being definitely stated that lack of student support ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1950

.' SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP LAUNCH CHRISTMAS SEASON TIP Honors Needy Child; Kappa Phi Has Birthday TIP and Knppa Phi women's social clubs will launch the cam- pus Chilstmns season this ycnt by holding their Yuetlde festivities next Thursday night. Til lt gltlng their annual rhrlHtmas party In honor of a needy child next Thursday at 7:30 p.m. In the home of Mm Charles llarkey 1902 N. Tenth. Each year the club combines its Christmas patty with a p.uty for some needy child whom they con- tact throiu'h the Welfare Bureau The child is given ptesents from Dining Hall Gives Dinner Thanksgiving MoMurry students and faculty were feted with a Thanksgiving dinner the Tuesday evening preced- ing the holidays in the Iris Gra- ham dining hall Jarrcll Sharp was master of ceremonies for the program given immediately after the dinner. Scr- vando Trevino played two selec- tions on the piano. Pat Carter accompanied by Elaine Isbell played the xylophone. Jimmy Da- vis played and sang -two numbers on the a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 November 1950

Page 6 The War Whoop Friday November 30 1950. Deputation Team Gives Play in Knox City "Tin' Iost Church" a religious (Irnmii by Dorothy Clarke Wilson will bo presented for the flr.st time Sunday night In Knox City by the deputation team. Momhciii of the enst inrludc Al- 1m t Llndlcy Dunne Christian Hal MohhT Bettio Belle Smith Kay Mntthi'ws .Iran Seller Norma Otb- Hnn Ij.vnn Manning Shirley Hair- grove Treva Ely Dorothy Wolfe and Beta Harrington. Joanne Akcns Is director of the drama and the Rev. H Doyle Ragle will accom- pany the group. The group will also be In charge of the morning worship service in Knox City. Speakers arc Hal Mohl- er Lynn Manning and Albert Llndlcy. .lean Seiler will be soloist ac- BIG CHIEF CAFE STUDENT LUNCHES STEAKS SANDWICHES The Beat Pood in Town 1407 Sayles n cc-rs3 ceft-ss zsr-cs 1 K BOOKS OF ALL sj PUBLISHERS g r Stationery k r Greeting Cards Jy 1 Mongramminn P Abilene Book Store jj P Across from thr n K Telephone Office jj jj 365 Cypress Phone 4428 A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 December 1950

Indian Band Leaves Tomorrow on 5 - Pifty-two McMurry Indian band members will leave early tomorrow afternoon for a 750- mile five-day concert tour which will take the group into 12 Texas Panhandle cities Raymond T. Bynum direc- tor of the band announced final plans for the tour this week Gordon Bennett assistant to the president worked with Bjnum In Arranging the trip First scheduled concert will he in the Abcrnathy High school audi torlum Saturday night sponsored by the high school band Band members will stay Saturda night in Abcrnathy nnd will go on to Plainview Sunday morning where they will present the worship serv- ice at the First Methodist church Programs are slated at Method- ist churches in Dimmltt for Sun- day afternoon and Canyon that night Amarlllo High school student will hear the Indian hand In a special anaemhlj program Mon- da morning. The group will go on to Phillips for an afternoon concert In the high school and Monda night the) play In the Pampa First Methodist c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 December 1950

The War Whoop Friday December 8 1950. ' Page 2 '""'" jjSBPX SH .w-v . .. SFannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnK 'jHBbbbjHBbbbbjHBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbS v Sbbb BillBH: A HBnBnw '?'"IIB bJhVhSSH BJ IB sBBBBBkk B BBBTjkt f flBBB arXarBnaf W i BBBMvMKl TAAaMBV t ySVsBnBnl BbIbBBE f BBBBLeIK 'lBnV' iBBB BBsfllnB f BBYBYbFS nBnvVb vpHLB lBaflaflaflaflaflBMKBHBaflaflaflMBaflaflaflaflaflH MAUUINK WILTERDING senior student from Muleshoe was crowned football swetheart of the 1950 squad Saturday night at the annual all-college banquet honoring the gridmen. (See page 2 for story.) McM Gridmen Choose Wilterding Sweetheart Maiuine Wilterding was crowned Football Queen of 11)50-51 Satur- day night at the unnu.il Football Banquet in Iris Graham dining hall. Captains Bob Ketly and Floyd Sampson presented Maurine a senior with it dozen red roses after which football boys and guests sang "Let Me Call You Sweet- heart." Second highlight of the evening was Kloyd Sampson's motion to a satisfied P apnL " It UiUm ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 December 1950

AP Names Brad Rowland to 'Little All-America' Tribe to Meet Wayland Here Tomorrow Night A chnnge In the basketball nched- ule pita the McMinry Indiana against Wayland College's Pioneers here tomorrow night The change caused bv. a conflict In Wayland scheduling will set the Page 3 SPORTS Friday December 8 1950. COACH MKL JOWELL of the Indian basketeers has already tied last year's win column and with such a start antici- pates a hearty season. Papooses Drop 60-48 Tilt To Jayhawks McMurry's "B" team the Pa- pooses dropped a 48-60 decision to Howard County Junior College Tuesday night in a cold McMurry gym. Melvln Norrls Harold Berry and Bill Fletcher combined to tally 49 of the Jayhawkers' points Norrls grabbed the game's scoring crown by hooping 23 points while Berry and Fletcher collected 13 apiece. Eddie i "Otto") Behrens 6-foot 3-lnch center from Tulla led the Papoose scoring. Behrens hooked In 7 Held goals and a couple of free tosses to total 16 points Gor- don ("Flop") Chambers ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 December 1950

Page 4 Whnt'.s Sunday? It's Dec. 10 just eleven days before the Christmas holidays you say. Rij;ht McMurry students but look further down your nose to the outside world. It's also been set aside by the President of the United States as the observation of "Universal Declara- tion of Human Rights." What sthaf Well it started in the United Nations and was adopted Dec. 10 104S. It is a statement of principles approved as a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations. It is not a treaty and therefore imposes no legal obligations. It is however a' challenge to all mankind to promote world-wide respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. The declaration was adopted by the United Nations in Paris back in 1048. It was approved 'by a vote of 48 to 0 with eight countries abstaining . . . the U.S.S.R. the Ukraine Byelo- russia Poland. Czechoslovakia Yugoslavia Saudi Arabia and the Union of South Africa. At this particular period in world history with the United Nations...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 December 1950

SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP HHk -"'"'"Ib BUT.) 'i H KO SARI SQUIRES GOT IN on the "dirty" side of the street a couple of weeks ago when they swept the street in front of President hall. Shown left to right are Jack Hall Luster Lock- ett Orlo Mitchell Wilmon White Travis Jordan Edwin Connell Hunts to Host Festivity For FT A Education Studes Approximately 250 students in the cducatton department and members of Future Teachers of America will be guests at a Christ- Wah Wah's Take Pledges Next Spring Highlight of the Wah Wahtaysee meeting was the decision to take temporary pledges next spring to be inducted in the fall of 1951 as members reports Emily Ledbetter president. Heretofore prospective pledges attended a tea in the fall and sev- ' eral weeks later were initiated into membership. Service stripe points were dis- cussed. Stripes are based on points given for ushering attendance at meetings and humane campaigns. Each member filled out a card stat- ing the services she had rendered this y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 December 1950

pff 6 The War Whoop Friday December 8 1950. Ex Serving in Korea Declares 'Back fo McMurry After War' "When this war la nil finished I'm heading hack to Abllcno and the Reservation to finish my col- lege work" said Pfc. Royce (Pete) Peterson of the United States Ma- rines who was visiting the campus this week. Peterson Is finishing up a 30-day furlough granted him after serving for seven months on the "U.S.S. Boxer" In Korea. lie attended McMurry from 1940-48 and usually when con vernation Is shifted to the sub- ject of "old day and old class- mates" the topic always get around to Peterson hack In 1M1 and his extra-curricular actlvl- tles across town on the Hill which resulted In a "hair-cut." Peterson Joined the Marines in July 1048 nnd as he said "With- out any earthly Idea of another war coming. Certainly had I known T would have stnyed at McMurry with my nose safe In a book!" Prior to his tenure In Korea he was located In Japan. "The top- hats must have had a pretty good Idea of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 December 1950

y ftMSVtMfcMft I The u swfs rjv-1 i-T V ar ra&is$&3SsSSJii Volume XXVIll.MeMiirn ( o i bic.c 'imi in cluv. l.mU r 10 1 !).")() Number 115 &fsfc.$s&&fc.&&$ Whoop TON r First Production T Of The Admirab "The Ailnill ilili Tin hlon ' tin .second iii.i jm pi mini turn nf tin Mi'Mtim College Thuitli is to be p!i'seiitil tonight mil tonionow night in tin K idh. id aiidiliiinint in tin1 Stinli nl l.iti (Vnlei Cult im Is .it s ) in If mmi hii' mil nltciid piu- ehascd Mini tlikets they will hf on .sili' .it tlio ilnni jii'i online to Stanley Si'.iton piihln lty dliciloi llai h Hi Ki't is Mir Students nii get .i tiilu't with tin it utiit ticket "On hliiu" Is (he nun' ot the Imtli'i ill tin- I. ischiums im iiils- turr.llii' l.tlglisli l.llllilv. 'I Ills t.imil) is strsimli'il on .in isl.inil mill Ihi'rr ii'M-rt In tin- -Lite ol ii.itiiri'. I hi' ;irc tin' willing sluxi's ol tlii'ir liiinirr lnilli-r "Crii lilnii" unil tin' iiniipi'lllinii is Ki'i'ti loi his l n.ns K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 December 1950

Pfigc 2 rtiosd.iy OoiomlKM 19 191)0 l niuisniAs in coon kaiivi: dokm hue Hove h.ui is simil n 1i Chiistmis il homo sav lesidents W.inil t Todd Kithonno llopoi Nil. i Smith and hostoss Mis Ad i llkms Christmas in Boyce Hall Like One at Home Say Dorm Students i iu. i n miiis Conn tin uli lull si ison Hum t Hill is i pi ii i til until i Ui il pup- tr it inn I'lnistmis is tin tinii nf i u whin urn timembiis tlnisi i lulilluiiiil ilns pn tilling Chnst- ni is ulun tin tni wis ilt t ill it il mil iviistlmiK wis pnpind fin tint r mums visit of St Nlilt At Hum i tin ptiitilint is iiiui Ii tin Nlllll N inn s hi i m h ni!i il ilmiit i wiilt In fun tin mini il riitistmis llt Willi Ii is In Id tfti i qui t limn on tin ippoiiitnl iliti Alt l tin imIiiiu. nt n inn s tin fun ul 1" ilh inn i ttult In fins I nil i;lrl ilui s sunn muni id ul lor tin ulrl whoso itivnii she Ii is ilriwn I ln kiioiI ill i il in i ln u sin ill i;if or i mull ami Ktini or llic id mini; of (In Klrl's room I u Ii ills i null...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 December 1950

The Win Whoop PaKP 3 luri tiou's 'Diary' Tells Christmas Story 193949 Reveals Russian Atrocities in 1940 Tuesday Derembei 1 1950. Hv .11 HI .NO!' Although 1 IliW' tii'H'l kept a lliii tin lollow nig lim s in i) bo I OllSllioll ll IIS iMllpts 1 1 oil) in I'stont m l)D s ill it CHRISTMAS 1939:- 111! Cllllstlll IS IS III ll II) tin till tit lentil ill ill) lite A long linn nl waiting Is ovel i whole ill sun i Insl f'htlstmns mill m lit nil s I to iiltlnuti tin' must Im poll nit liolidlVs nl out pi npli lll(l lll gl iiidmotht I llsi il to s i It is .so nil pot t ml til it tun tin j I iss tloi s not grow ' Mnvho hlii' Itiiil something there fur ( hi 1st inns In utir i ntin- tr ilni's mil mi in just n tin) olT nr n goutl rt iisuii tn send tint (liristiinis i irs It is nut just u tin rr tlini' fur i hililreu cither. Ih niliills iiro titled with ( hrlst- i nits spirit US Well. '1I0) 114 I II hiippi ivs tlir ilo nil ulir I.IIntIv Hi) the "ruiirth of lul" uf uur lit tie ludopciiili nl tloinoi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 December 1950

Brave-Les GOES SHOPPING BT" 5 AND 10 B "Jkjjl r n i . l i - QSaLJBL-i IMoiv...5unprV l Nice For J x I fc Wh it's Fisusni ' Or foi thai mittoi wh.it s communism n.msni socialism or .my of the' utile t unmet ous 'ism's' Vcib.il .insvvcts on those tu ittcis don't always come quickly but thoio is alu us nuto- nal in libiatios to explain the pieiedmg All of tin' 'ism's' save the nitatest 'ism' of ill has its doc time its theoiy its pohc down in bl.uk and white But wh it's Aim in lnism7 Is their a wntten account anwheie of Ameiicanism ? Who le.illv knows of what this consists' 11 evolution changes the bisu piomci oiueption of demon at v thus also Amen- c inism will lutiite onet ations een know that they hae bteppod off the load of Ameiicanism Dm nig the p ist month theie hae been vanous attempts ami effoits to explain this libetal plain-spoken government of the individu il known as Ameiicanism 'ThePiimei foi Amen- (ans" appealed leeently in an issue of the Dallas Morning News telling in s...

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