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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 January 1956

& ■BMMNN I ?Wf RAMS The Voice of TWC Students LUME 28 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, JANUARY b. 3,4,5, Date if MSM Retreat fcUoa Jones of Nashville, ee, wil bo the speaker for hodi.st Student Movement nee Retreat to be held at arti-r February 3, 4, and 5. lis- from North Texas State e, Texas State College for n, Arlington State College, Christ ian 4fff?versity, Baylor |> ty, . Unit/western, Tarie- |i : VVC will be there. Any- routed in goin^, should see Wiggins or War re 11 Patton about the pre-registration $1.00. „ Additional' cost is The Wesley Players of are presenting a drama to (treat on Saturday night, (regular as three times ft the MSM has a fellowship {going to some rural or near- by church on Sunday night. Re- cently a group went to the First Methodist Church of Alvarado and led the evening service. Dortha Blair sang a special number; Janet Dotson played the piano, and told the purpose of MSM; Virginia Iiail?y. was the worship leader, and Jimmy "Watson preached the ser- mon. Bil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 January 1956

MMMH mmmmm Page 2. >*r j*- / & , ■ y M.ttE WAN ON JCAWPUS by Oick Bibler There are many important demands on a student, especialiyduring examination time. The tt^guflhMhat ha? occurred to us is ' What could be more impor- tant than starting the new semester with a clear con- science? Very few college students would stf^&Wrom anyone, yet many see no harm in cheating on exami- nations, which is d form of stealing. . The thief —in the long run— harms onjy himself; likewise, the college student who cheats harms °^jy himself. There is something more important in life than grades. That something is honor, or self-re- A good ethical rule is to act in such a manner that all mankind would benefit by following your example. We are' fortunate to have, an opportunity to get an education. What we learn at college is the work of many generations. The knowledge is put into our hanas as an inheritance. It is our duty to honor this knowledge, add to it, and hand it on to others. At no tim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 January 1956

£4121 buary 23, 1956 VL THE RAMBLER LWINTO THE PAST..., ONE VKAH AGO begun on the addition Student Union liuilding, now the Alumni Associa- [ i 'if t- (. TWC faculty numbers were ►d to positions at state meet- of education ffcroups, held in .notion ,wtth 'he Teachers' •jat'ion, ' Catharine Wakefield, ,as- p"* pi ufessbr of physical edu- pn was chosen 'vice-president r the health and safety i ion division of the Texas nation of Health, Physical stii>n, and Recreation, 'the annual meeting of the Is Business Education Associa- Dr Gladys S. Bowman, chair- >f the TWC Division of Busi- Administratipn; was selected rve on the editorial staff del- d to write a state handbook eeondary school teachers of ? Women's Athletic Associa- Ichanged its name to the Wo- ] P.- creational Association. i members of the organization, Thrr * Ycttrm Ak<> Open house was held in each of i the dormitories on the campus 1 I he dormitory council sponsored « \ decorations contest, and winners j were an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 January 1956

4ni M «gj aaHWW88BB«Bi i W*£:' ,v>• - M KtWW^KiW^ KKlWVfV^Wc' mrnmm-tmwm.*** Paae 4. anuj', 2": i Saints Nose Out Rants m In 60-59 Conference Tilt The Hams lost, last Thursday night to the St Idward Saints by the narrow margin of one point. The game ended 60 to 59. It was the Rams' first conference setback in three straights and dropped them into third place behind East Texas Baptist and St. Edward's. The victory was the Saint's fourth in five Big State stfffts. The Rams had a 59-58 edge when St, Edwards came through to score a field goal in the last of the game. Erring shots from the free throw line crippled the Rams' chances in a closely-waged game that saw the lead change hands V2 times. The Rams also missed 26 free throws. The Saints were ahead by 31-29 at the half, while the Rams «ut- shot the Saints 30-29, in the sec- ond half. • Don Bice, the Rams star guard, was high point man for the Rams |with 21 points. He canned nine ; field goals and three free shots, jjohn Friday an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 1956

\U\ OK I w THE RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students JME 28 < FORT WORTH, TEXAS. FEBRUARY 7, 1956 No. 14 itiss, Altoco Presentation (heduled For Saturday ^rts and Flowers" wil bo the of the Autiss Sorority and fraternity formal presenta- to b<- held at the Woman's Friday from 8:00 to 11:00 The faculty and student i |ri- invited to attend the an- I iff air of the two social clubs. ! being presented in Autissl following: Nan Walton, IJo Blarkwell, liuUJ' Wood, | * ! A ■MSM Banquet iduled Saturday annual Baptist Studen,. Un- Jvlethodist Student Union eart Banquet will be held lower auditorium of the hnic Baptist Church, Sat- Fehruary 11, at 7:00 p. m. sweethearts will be reveal- Jie banquet and will be pre- with gifts. theme of the banquet is Pacific," witti the theme out in the decorations. A tm is being planned and the speaker will be Dr. Gordon professor at Southwestern |t Theological Seminary, tickets, which are $1.00 per I, are now on sale and may •chased from Mary Ander- [Patsy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 1956

Page 2. THE RAMBLER s I «S^ LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS by Dick tibler reap **tbe spring semester started off like anything but spring. PerKaps this means that we can look for- ward to a fine April and May. Texans should all bo pleased that the moisture wo have Received means that we will have a,.fine green state this year. Before the recent precipitation the prediction was that Tiexas Would lose millions of dollars worth of good top soil. Now farmers and ranchers are expecting excellent production. • j • The second semester, has many varied meanings for Texas Wesleyan students. For some it will mean their last semester of college. A number of students will do graduate work. The business world wilt call some and re-call others. Student-teachers will be- come students' teachers. The armed forces will take some of our'male graduates and maybe some of the '"girls. ... For freshmen students the scaring semester will mean the completion .of one year of college. They dream of ending the year wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 1956

\ 1 *£**&wobik 7, 1956 ist-Moving Society Dubs iflective Person 'Square' THE RAMBLER o Bj DON IIU'KS fast-moving society'has gen- |<i a vernacular all its own. popular with the high school* e sot, it sometimes breaks its turned bounds and shows up scholarly lecture. It i^ sup- to have originated with pro- vt jazz musicians who have An introvect is, literally, an "in , turned" personality or tempera- j merit. There is nothing unusual about introverts. Dozens of your friends and mine are introverted to a certain degree. Introverted people as a class an? quiet, some** times shy, reflective people. Some are scholars, some are artists, most aro somewhat" mystic with their up with ^such terms as [ appreciation of beautiful esthetic which has no relation at all ; qualities of music, literature, art, hoses, but means superla- j and nature. They are the plans grand. Likewise, you don't a "cool" arrangement with iv.-l, you merely like that ren- of song very much. If you ?al "crazy," li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 1956

T -w In« X. THE RAMBLER, -4- Rams Come From Behind Defeat St, Mary's 66-61 , The Rams got ofMo a slow start in the game against St.Mary's, but came back in the second half to win 66-61. Ed Chipman, flam cen- ter, did double duty performance t salvage victory by scoring 14 points). Nine of Chipman's total came In the final five minutes of the game Teachers Training Program Launched N. C." School By DURHAM, N. C.—-College grad- uates who look forward to teach- ing careers c^n gain first-hand paid experience and earn an ad- vanced academic degree through a new program launched by Duke University and the Charlotte, N. C., Citv Schools. Q Designed to increase the supply of superior public school teachers, the program will begin next sum- mer Liberal arts graduates select- ed on a competitive basis from among "applicants will receive the Master of Arts in Teachgig degree after "a semester and a Summer Session of stud£ at Duke and a semester of fulltime teaching in the Charlotte schools. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 1956

MMtt XMftfiii mm&ww*******''' Is We RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students .UME 28 §ORT WORTH, TEXAS.Feb. 14, 1956 No. 18 * * Dr. Gaston Foote Will Be Willson Lectures Speaker The Reverend I)r. Gaston Foot?, i Monday, Wednesday, and Friday jtures. The topics to 'be ciiscu minister of the First Methodist j morning lectures. The Tuesday and j at these m<,tiJ,KS are as foJow Chuipli of Fort Worth, will speak j Thursday lectures wil be given at j Monday, "Happy Are the Humbh d ran i the ■net at the annual Wilson Lectures to the regular chapel period. be held atTexjus Wesleyan "Cbllege J The theme of the morning lec- February 20-24 in connection with tures will be "The Quest for s of the Board West African anri he was Religious Emphasl.^ Week. Dr. Foote, one of the most pop- Truth." The schedule and the sub- jects that will be discussed by Dr. ular speakers among college stu-j Foote. are th«jse: Monda?, 9:00 a. dents iu^tfKs area and an active A., "The Truth About Creation"; participan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 1956

mmm \ V J? • ' THE R A M B LER 'Bioi^einMcC lITTtf MAN ON CAMPUS Oick Biblcr This week is beic4 * celebrated throughout the United States, as "Brotherhood Week." Last week a portion of students of one of the "Fortyeight States seemed to be celebrating "Hate Week . While Negro co-ed Autherine Lucy was attending classes at the University.of Alabama she was surround- ed by a riotous mob of fellow students who were, according to a University of Alabama official, try- ing to kill her." As Miss Lucy was being ushered to "safety amid a. barrage of stones and curses, a window of a car driven by Jeff Bennett, assistant to the Pr®* sident, was shattered by a large rock. Autherine had been riding in the car. While she was in the car, stu- dents, probably led by outsiders, were yelling, Let s kill her." Although the group was probably not entire- ly composed of students, it was numbered about 3,000. The risers evcj hurled rocks, eggs, and mud- balls at the officials of the University and cursed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 1956

WMMMMMMMMI 14 [956 THE ^ A M j I. E VCH mble Birth, Tragic Death: e Story of Abe Lincoln Mimisvf. ivi.ruurT .<<,)«. Sjle was doSsfTtfy defeat.u, . it.". « , U V ■ pierced his head, Lincoln suffered, ae juiiviTviry of th« birth hounded by failure, -talk.d l>v r. , . , . . . . . _ 4""u,r> "la,K " "> , It remained for Stanton, his form- America KreaWst men, tragedy. The idyllie youthful love l.im-oln. There have he shared with Ann Rutledge end- jut men iii every field «f ..<1 jn abiding heartache. He failed 3. Jflpha Chi Presents Plans For February Convention Alpha Chi, honorary v>hofcistic frau-rnlty. n tde |l.*fr for ttit- re-, gional convention which wi±t be sprtrtf U.I (and) Now he be- longs to the ages." The plea of poor Nancy Hanks was not in vain. The legacy she of repeated, .bequeathed has enriched the na- j tion and the world. It was the he confessed, j patience and humility with which er detractor, to speak the fitting j tribute: "There lies the most per-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 1956

wmmmmmm P<ngt 4. uH4 a_ TH € RAMB tER PIRATES BEACH RAMS, 96-92; SLOW START SINKS RAMS After a bail start the fttfhiri fost to the Southwestern Pirates 96- 92, last Tuesday eyinlrig In the; Recreation Hall. <> The Hants couldn't ^ em to get. moving or put on enough' drivp' to put the Pirates in their place. But they more than made up for their slackness in the first half by com- ing back with a tremendous spurt in the second half. They came within three points of the Pirates twice during" the last, three min- utes and might have won the game except for some unlucky breaks. Led by Shawver, Friday, jind Massey the- Rams put on a rally which had the fans standing throughout the second half. Shaw- ver led the scoring with 31 points. He was followed closely for scor- ing honors by Friday with 20 and Massey lSj, Jim Delaney, Ram substitute, hurt his knee with only three minutes left to play in the game; 'fhe ljams play their last hom trnio here on the 14th, again: Irst place St. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 February 1956

■Mkm >-i> ■afcKi \ ^ ' M6tgSiiMM^aMKa9tefig*iaM^ aai8aaciaBs^ wftat a f. . lit Cii VVZZZS WE RAMBLER „UME 28 FORT WORTH . TEXA? er vices Held for Dr. Stuart February 21,1 956 The Voice of TWC Students / No. 19 AN miliyH to ! I . tudy. - 15 J also. on,' lub. Mu'k Order j (j- ral services for Dr. William hm. 87. member of the TWC jty for thirty years, were con- at 10 a. m. Wednesday in Polytechnic Methodist Church e Reverends W. Brown Lloyd Wilson Canafax officiated, was In Rose Hill. jtllhearers were Dr. LnvF^ine, M. Braswell, Dr. J. E. Cox, iE. M. Bowman, Dr. H. H. Prof. F. R. Mathis, Dr. idore Moberg, and Dr. W. E. All faculty members were j>rnry pallbearers. Stuart died late Monday in frivalescent home. was a native of Indiana and lid his reason for entering the ig profession was "because isn't strong enough to work on farm." though h*e had little more than he termed a "common school jjation" when he began teach- | Dr. "Stuart later received de- ls from Indiana State Norm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 February 1956

Q Pag e 2. Being emphasized this week as the most important phase in our lives is religion. It is better to.empha- size religion one week out of the year than none. Many people feel that one week of emphasis on re- ligion is p'enty, if not too much.^ , Most of us are too busy working for material pos- sessions to give much consideration to religion. The general opinion is that going to church on Sunday is time enouqh to spend on spiritual matters. Many parents feel that if they see that their children re- ceive one-half to one hour of religious training in Sunday school their obligation to their children has been fulfilled. Few families make any effort to train children in spiritual matters at home.v Parents Just don't have time for" such things in this modern day. Besides it is easier for mom and dad +o let litt.e junior watch ^ few brutal murders separated by beer and cigarette commercials on television. In many homes the only time God's Name is'used during the week is when it is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 February 1956

■ - f, February 21, 1956 THE RAMBLER Page *3. udents Pick Science r Various Reasons junior yra >in ccdlege af Has usually picked" a ma- I of endeavor in which he ||(, prepare for his life's of course, picks a field jph he is best qualified and demand and opportunl- |great. Its who have chosen the iri nee here at Texas Wes- oliege are no exception, iw that opportunities are for people trained in the chemistry and biology. fh< re prepare students for jranred work as medicine, medical technology, re- Id life work, and various Jindustry, jrships and bulletins are Illy received in the science fnt, offering laboratory ships and fellowships for interested in working to- Ivanced degrees in science, olarships range anywhere XX) to $2,000 and are from the major colleges and tics in and out of the state The applications may ed from Dr. W. E. Ward, of the Dii^sion of Sci- head of the chemistry de- ^t, or Dr. James Streett Jr., [ the biology department, if lualified and interested in i adv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 February 1956

& ca. P^c •T H —W— rambler Tue^daV F. Rams Hopes Lowered, Lose to Rattler* 33-80 Students Pick Science.... i of retaining Big State Con* • fiously shaken S3-80 do/cat at The Hams hope: their cium to tin- fereneeVitlc w re Friday night by a the hands ot th< Rattlers. TWO was leading at the end of the first half by a score of 41-33, but wore unable to move in the second half. .^The Rams were handicapped Viy a plague of 21 fouls which were called against them, compared to only 11 fouls cajlpd against the Rattlers. The individual scoring honors were taken by a duo of Rams, Massey and Friday. Massey was high man with a total of 25 points, :> while Friday was not far behind with 22 for the evening Don Bice was also a standout in the game and scored a total of 18 points. Saint Mary'.* .High man for the home team Rat- A Poem calendar Tuesday, February 21 — Friday February 24— Religious Emphasis Week. Friday, February 24— Jo Ann Scoles Recital in the Fine Arts Auditorium at 8:15 p....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 February 1956

■EN THE RAMBLER i The Voice of TWC Students UME 28 FORT WORTH, TEXAS.Tuesday, February 28, 1956 No. 20 C Freshman Attends a F Meeting in Denver 3 J 3 4 0 3 I 8 3] Z 3 3 2 si o ol ,ia Halley, freshman from o, has recently returned |j r. Colorado, wh<jre sh a Christian Witness Mis- L,,i W rkshop of the Western , ,f .the Methodist Youth rship meeting, which was held 17-21, was -spo *ored b>^ v-thodist Youth Fellowship, (■neral Board of Education, tneral Board of Evangelism, Conference Planning Com- neeting began on the after- |of the seventeenth at the ngton Park Methodist h in Denver. The represen- i tHi'gan 1he meeting wi'h a of ft llowship followed by [ ,i oi instruction and discus- ,.f,,re beginning th* mission. |rou;>, representing the west- ■ai- ■ was separated and sent s ze ipaign Begins :ind Scripts TV Productions | intensive campaign to find by recognized or promising playwrights will bo undertaken to Broadway Productions, a producing firm established by IS. Lerman. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 February 1956

Page 2. THE RAMBLER Tuevdajr. f %> Reactions to a recent statement^ rnade by Rev. W. A Criswell pastor-of the First Baptist Church of Ua tas U ore the South Carolina General Assembly an< r^ate-.ide Baptist conference on avengel.sm ,n Co- lumbia. 5. C„ were both long and loud Speaking of those who wou!a .ntegrate Mr. well said, "Let them integrate. Let the/n sit up there in their dirty shirts and make a I their fine sPe®chc ' But they are all a bunch of infidels, dying from the "eC |,?a shame that a man who must be fairly well- educated and is the pastor of one chyrches in the w^rld deems it necessary to express himself In sucfm.de and uncultured terms. Mr. Crlswell's limited use of vocabulary may reflect _ a limited spiritual growth. It is sl.ghfly beyond he editor's imagination to picture Jesus Christ usmg.suc coarse and Vulgar language. If we understand the essentials of Christianity Correctly, the true believer is supposed to emulate the Savior s way ot lite. When asked whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 February 1956

sastii ay, February 28, 1956 ,b nome Economists Prove Valuable wSutside or Inside of the Home or'* Not*': This te the sec-" Ieconomics. Women may become ning of a kltcheh to th<- relation THE RAMBLER Pag? "3 someoKj s and H ei# to ns plasj I, and co audi ich hadi a series of articles on the of science. The first in ■s was on chemistry and the second is on home s, and the third will be |t' ma tics and physics In tides we hope to find out out why a student picks jjlgjp as a major or minor, ;>ortunities are available In thi' field, qualifications for scientist, and a little of tht:kground of the people at. Wesleyan College who '^^Hin this> particular field. iportunities are unlimited ien in the field of home tal Initiation By fntre Amis Amis formal initiation was t Monday at 6:00 p. m. in jlty Loungf of the Student Suiiding. ew membws of Entre Amis hertain«i-alti,r> old ones, are owing: Clora Dean Sutton, lapman, Pat Hagler, Maude arolyn Montgomery, Betty , Sylvia Mancil, B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 February 1956

, Par4; THE RAMBLER Tuesday, F J % \ mu-'m tai lb«i Im Men's, 'Mural B'ftall' To Begin Wednesday Dodd, Converted 7n Alan,' /Made The Grade Outside onwrtli > tion. ■* Men'* intramural basketball w ill begin Wnlnrsday evening at 6:30 p. m.,u Games will be played In ft double round-robin on Wednesday, Thursday, and Monday evenings. Each game will bo forfeited up- on failure of nnv team to have at least four men by fifteen minutes after the scheduled beginning time. Basketball is a major team sport which will give 50 points to the winner, 30 to second place, 20 to third place and 10 to fourth. The schedule is as follows: Wednesday, February 29 6:30 juniors vs. seniors 7:30 freshmen vs. sophomores Thursday, March 1 „ 6:30 sophomores vs. seniors 7:30, freshmen Vs. juniors Monday, March 5 0 ,6:30' freshmen vs. seniors 7:30 sophomores vs. juniors Wednesday, March 7 6:30 juniors vs. seniors 7:30 freemen vs. sophomores Thi^rgday, inarch 8 6:3uTreshmen vs. juniors Dr. Foote ■■■ (Continued f...

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