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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 February 1963

Tuesday, February,12, 1963 'v- THE RAMBLER Page Five II Juniors Win By Forfeit Monday TAKING A BREAK from textbook reading, Mrs- Naomi Pipkin, student and business professor, enjoys reading for pleasure from her large collection of books. —Photo by Marcel's The Seniors up-ended the Jun- iors in a Monday night intramural tilt by a 69-59 count, but the game sent the Juniors into g?first ^place tie with the Sophomores, each hav- ing won their initial outing. A ruling declaring Senior team-man Bo'bby Moore ineligible because of previetis competition on the Ram varsity resulted in the Juniors being handed a forfeit. Moore contributed 19 points re- ward the Senior effort, but was topped by teammate Oarl Craft's 27. Rounding out. the scoring for the Seniors >vere Chuck Boatner with 10, Waylan West with eight, and Willis Nelson with five. Jhe Juniors scared evenly in the scoring, Jerry Ford's 14 being tops. David Buckman chimed in with 13, followed by Bill Baker and Cordell Hull with 11 ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 February 1963

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February 12, 1963 ! I Rams to Meet U of H Resume Warfare Sat. ANOTHER BIG BASKET FOR THE RAMS as David Weber, No- 13, dumps another one at Wednesday night's game against Southwestern University. Cecil Goff, Ram captain, looks on. —Photo by David Seal "Houston, Here We Came!" That is the current slogan of Texas Wesleyan's Rams, who will bump into the rugged University of Houston Cougars tomorrow (Wednesday) night in the Bayou City. The Rams have already clinched at least a tie for the Big State Conference crown by virtue of a 92-90 victory over Southwestern last Wednesday night at the South Side Recreation Building. They won't resume league warfare until Saturday night against Texas Luther^jpat Seguin. A victory in that'game, or a triumph in the con- ference finale against St. Edward's on Feb. 23 at Austin, will assure TWC of the undisputed champion- ship. But the major item of concern at the moment is tomorrow night's bout with Houston, who has earned a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 February 1963

v*'-' " JUDGE CEOP • TEXAS HG LIBRARY LLE0E THE RAMBLER TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962 . ■ ■" VOLUME 35 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1963 No. 17 Students Encouraged To Get Activity Cards Students who have not yet ob- tained their activity cards would be wise to pick them up at their "earliest possible convenience. These cards, 'obtained in Dean Catharine Wakefield's office, will prove very useful all through the- semester. They are necessary to receive the yearbook and for admission to the Celebrity Series, as 'ell„ as enabling one to get student prices at school activities, such as plays and basketball games. Flamenco Guitarist Next Celebrity Series ' Carlos Montoya, a legendary gui- tarist, will bring his one-man con- cert o/ gypsy music to TWC's Celebrity Series,*f*t*b. 27, at 8 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium. because to play .Flamenco "one must have at least some Gypsy in the blood." los creatros eostadoif," or, literally, "gypsy on all four...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 February 1963

V Page Two THE RAMBLER * Tuesday, February 19, 1963 or Soviets 3, l^jecjotiation (kooM "The fixed pattern — a key source for determining the Soviet Union's next major move in nuclear negotiations. Up to this date, the Soviets have followed a carefully calculated plan of first softening the United States up with a relaxation of policy and then, after an interval, lowering the proverbial "boom." The '-boom" this time has occurred in the form of a re- quest bv the Soviets at a 17-nation disarmament conference for the United States abandonment of its foreign base, includ- ing those for Polaris submarines. Surely, Soviet leaders real- ize that there's not even the slightest chance of U.S. agree- ment on this outrageous demand. There is the possibility, however, that Russia has gained some small advantage in the temporary suspension of U. S. underground tests, ordered inrthe hope that the Communists were ready to talk business. Alsflt another Soviet benefit may have cpme from the hope to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 February 1963

$ Tuesday, February 19, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Three |ion >ur tm. Ion- rill |see so Jed |s!) be\ fir' lar- pha bci- jrm lol- lev |er, the | its ee- ln<i pne on. ton Iw- I as Ihe rhe Ind ■tic pal to I of Ind lc" I ill eb. hrs ■cs Wi- lts |be rf" jre- In- lo- jhe Li ■pe les Ivn led Iho Ind jut U les ; [ii- a I vn j lo- r> Future English. Teacher Helps to Plan TXWECO and Supervises Photography If you happen to see an attract- ive brunette dashing across the campus with a hundred photo- graphs in her hands, you are prob- ably looking at Marilyn Mullins, assistant editor of the TXWECO. A junior as of this semester, Mari- lyn devotes most of her time to this job, which mainly includes planning the faculty and admini- strative sections of the Texas Wes- ley an College annual. Marilyn, an English major and French and sociology minor, plans to teach high school English for a few years and then after marriage would like to become a social work- er, because, she feels, "It would be Dcp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 February 1963

♦— Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February 19, 1963 Knew Tragedy of Tyranny Korean Prof Points Out Blessings Of Democracy to American People by Ann Gilliam Dr. Kim left Korea in January, Rambler Staff Writer 1936, while a junior at the Seoul One who has known the tragedy National University. He reeeivr*?! of governmental tyranny is now pointing out the blessings of de mocritfy to American students. This person is Dr. Sun Kil Kim native of Korea and UVC's assist- where he earned his M ant professor of political science. Ph.D. degrees. "I will eventually go back to his B.A. degree at Stetson Univer- sity in DeLand, Florida, in 1957. He then entered the American University in Washington, D.C., A. and DR. SUN KIL KIM, native of Korea and assistant professor of political science, spends a few free moments preparing les- sons. With his wife/and 20-month-old son Jimmy, ,Dr. Kim lives in one of th^^faculty apartment on campus. —Photo by David Seal Applications, Bulletins Now Available For H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 February 1963

Tuesday, February 19, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Five It ■ ■ m w ■m Still the Band Marched On—But Twas Only So Far As Across Street From out of the Blue Room *> And into the new room So goes the current theme of J,he Texas Wesleyan band. Sour lyrics?—Maybe. But the music must be sweet to them anyway. Mellow, too, for it" oertainly has had the time to mellow. The band and its director, Mr. Dean Howard Sayles, have been waiting five months for the move from the Blue Room of the Fine Arts Building to the new band hall. Thjj long-awaited cha'hge of tenancy is now scheduled for this week. But don't be surprised this week or .next if you walk down Wesley- an Street toward Rosejlale past the new band hall and ^ear coming from it what sounds to be a Stra- vinsky adaptation of Tchaikovsky. All the sounds will not have been made by the band. For example— the buzzing of saws, the bangipg of hammers, and the jingling of nails can be heard. These sounds will be unde^ the direction of Mr. Clay W. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 February 1963

Page Six THE RAMBLER Juesday, February 19, 1963 We're In! Rams Capture Conference Crown 103-85 Victory Over Texas Lutheran Assures Undisputed Big State Honors ■V P:i> . ■ «?■ MEMBERS OF THE TW LETTERMEN'S CLUB are, from left to right.- Mike Henley, Tommy Wrin- kle, Larry Dark, Roy Hill, Cecil Goff, Irvin Rue, Tommy Thomson, Pete Brown, Larry Graham, Jim- my Dellis and Rev. Wesley Williams, sponsor. Rams' Head Prospector' Finds Gold Mine' on Trek to Indiana It's official! Texas Wesleyan's Rams are the basketball champions of the Big State Conference. The Rams erased all doubt about the league race by running down Texas Lutheran, 103-85, last week at Seguin. The victory, which boosted their , worksheet to 6-1, was a (^Rial one for the Rams. Had ■ TVVC lost, St. Edward's could have secured a title tie by beating the Rams this Saturday in the season 'final)at Austin. Now Coach Elmer Hanebutt's team can ^lay^just for the exercise. ■t The Rams will make their final regular season appea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 February 1963

r.lOGE Gr TL ^RQNG LIBRARY .t L/OLL'-ji #• THE RAMBLER TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS^1959, 1962 m fl Mr. And Miss Election Slated for This Week VOLUME 35 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1963 No. 18 ^ *, / y|v t . % |W SAILING THROUGH THE AIR with the greatest of ease seems to be the theme for Miss Tia Taylor, left, and Mrs. Sharon Little, right, as they rehearse choreography for the oncoming spring musical, "The Music Man". Ronnie Waller, standing left, and Berkley Bate, standing right, provide that extra 'lift' for the girls. Staff Photo by David Seal. 'Music Man' Rehearsals Dancers Liven Up Show An essential part of any musical is the choreography. It keeps the show alive and is always some- thing the audience looks forward to. It is also hard work — work that takes the form of rehearsals and requires hours and weeks of rehearsing- before the perfection being sought is accomplished. So it is with the 16 members of the dancing: ensemble now rehears- ing for t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 February 1963

«'J> *Vf* Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, February 26, 1963 are ween ' S.jmU 2>. 13Jo, G, ecicleS L or vjreen rjCight Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara recently reported to the Senate Armed Services Committee that the United States has the reserve' power to destroy the Soviet Union even,, after a surprise attack on our installations. Basically, this factor should benefit our system of-government if it is promoted and used correctly. We as the American people, however, should "Safeguard the use of this power; it should not fall into improper hands. Only by using this power a§ a "scare" symbol may we successfully cower the Soviet wardogs into submission. As long as Moscow realizes that the United States holds the upper hand in a nuclear destruction policy, it will not pro- voke us into an all-out nuclear war. We can only expect an aggressor to start what he believes he can win. . v There is no "middle road"; this situation is apparent in the South Vietnam crisis, where we are i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 February 1963

Tuesday, February 26, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Three lopen Inlay la.m. 'An Ining 1 The pre- 1 this Ip.m. [lain for |that riese |g a ftfr To blly- tiful so in- al- lony Itely Idle. Is. |gn- jora is IRC lour l7th Is The I r o- Ine- |for )ne ear Irs- |ird a is «• ia- THE RAMBLER'S PICK for the best-dressed campus couple of the Week—Silas Hughes and Jackie Anglin- Picked in a recent sur- vey, both Silas and Jackie are eligible to compete at the end of the semester for the 'Best Dressed Couple of the Year.' —Staff Photo by David Seal. Dateline... TWC o Tuesday, Feb. 26 5:30 p.m., Autiss Chili Supper, in MSM Center Wednesday, Feb. 27 8:00 p.m., Celebrity Series, Carlos Montoya in Fine Arts Auditorium Thursday, Feb. 28 0:00 p.m. BSU Executive Council dinner 7:30 p.m., Intramural Basketball Friday, March 1 7:30 p.m., Freshman Class Party EA Informal Initiation ® Saturday March 2 TWC vs. Howard Payne College, in Public Schools Gym Sunday, March 3 2:00 p.m., Autiss Formal Initiation Monday, Marc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 February 1963

a Page Four THE RAMBLER . *•, Tuesday, February 26, 1963 Ram Quint In Playoff Against Howard Payne Coach Elmer Hanebutt of TWC, whose team compiled a 6-2 rfecord in conference and a 15-11 mark over-all, will probably open with 6-2 senior Cecii Goff and 5-11 freshman Bob Merder at guards, 6-7 soph Irvin Rue at center, and 6-3 junior Pete Brown and 6-2 junior Buddy Graha^n at forwards. The Rams had a slight blemish put dh their confert«n«4*^rj>ivn last week when St. Edward's shocked them, 88-74, in the regulat^ason finale at Austin. / v Earlier in the week, the Rams had posted an 80-75 nona-conference victory over the University of Dal- las at Public Schools Gym. St. Edward's — which won its last four league games ^boosted its record to 5-3 and claimed un- disputed second place with the victory over TWC. The Hilltoppers gave the Rams a dose of their own medicine, pil- ing up a lop-sided lead with the fast break. The Edsmen reverted to a slowed-up style when the Rams trimmed the adv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 March 1963

LIBRARY V \ Run-off Election Set For Mr., Miss TWC The second annual election of Mr. and Miss TWC resulted in a run-off situation with Linda War- ren, Judy Johnson, Chuck Boatner and Larry Kitchens as the final- ists. ~ * - The run-off election will be held this week in Boast Student Center, the student association'announced. Mr. and Miss TWC will be present- ed at a dance later in the spring-. The lack of student participation in the election was distressing to the student association. When the polls closed on Friday, less than 160 students had voted out of the 1377 enrolled. ■ The-voting booth is in the stu- dent center and any student with an activity card can vote. Members of the student <*association fet'l that more should be interested in choosing a couple , for the honor of Mr. and Miss TWC than the few who voted last week. The four seniors, Miss Warren, Miss Johnson, Boatner and Kitchens have.all been active in every phase of school activity during their four years at TWC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 March 1963

Page Two T HE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 5, 1963 D/uu $• \Sclaij Ch ape Wasted or '■S*nl? ' '( ■ I 'v N'E <-£ v' I t-v T/?|/<T£'£ | :> r/«c % ^~Jor ^artjent How real is TWC's need for a compulsory Thursday :hapel? According to the .majority of our student body, the word Nortfe seems to express their feelings quite adequately. It seems noteworthy that the Student Senate, your voice in the functions and supervision of this institution, should be the, first to quash this overly-dry blockade to student thinking in clubs, organizations and other matters pertaining to our campus life. We on the publication staff feel that the Thursday chapel is apparently wasted on announcements that could be relayed to the student body through your student publications. The Rambler is v6ur publication; it is designed to express your voice—the voice of the student body. . - As the situation now stands, the discontinua- tion $f the Thursday chapeJ -is just an experimental plan subject to the likes and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 March 1963

a if len em '§ -'I To ur- ine of ns, re- a t>le- 30 n It Dry out as er- oli- hat nil let ere ek! ake you urn ie's ng. I I 1 I I & ■ Tuesday, March 5, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Thre« fa d Speech Major Spends Spare Time Building Stage Scenery, Reading IT'S WORK, WORK for Bob major. With the up-coming pro< dice's time is spent wprking^n Price, senior speech-drama ction of Music Man most of els- —Photo byaDavid Seal Omega Ghi Sponsors Religious Career Day Omega OrfT the departmental club of the dmjrion of religion and philosoph^Lwill sponsor a special Keliniojj^^S^er Day next Tues- day, Marc^sTC. All persons inter- ested "ii¥ full-time churefi survice or life service volunteers are invit- ed to attend. The program for the half day event begins at 9 Tuesday morning. The schedule for t)ie mor^ii*?-: 9-9:20 registration; 9:10-9*r'25 cof- fee. Dr. .1. W .^Sprinkle will speak to the group from 9:25 until 10 on "Christian Vocations." Alt stu- dents will divide into groups of, particular...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 March 1963

Page Four THE RAMBLER fuesday, March 5, 1963 Tu 9- ■B Hi ww, 258 STUDENTS NAMED (Continued from Page 1) TAKING TIME TO COUNSEL with one of his many students is Dr.T^oward G. Clark, assistant professor of psychology. In addition to a full teaching schedule, Dr: Clark^assists Dr. Charles Hager, director of tests and counseling, in professional counseling to TWC students. -^Photo by David Seal Sherry Nell Goforth,_ 3.00; Bar- bara Guinn Hart, 3.00; ^il Heim- buecher, 3.00; Wanda Lou Johnson, 3.00; Sherri Gaye Panteaa, 3.00; Sherry Lee Payne, 3.00; Rita, M. Sharpe, 3.00; Kathleen Stewart, 3.00; Sallie Ann Woodard, 3.00. Sophomores are: Ruth Grammer Goforth, 4.00; Virginia Lee Holt, 4.00; Dianne Porter, 4.00; Anna Maureen Wakefield, 3.94; Spurgeon M. Dunntffn, 3.81; Elizabeth Ann Gilliam, 3.75; Lin- da Gail Abbott, 3.69; Michael Lar- ry Dunn, 3.62; Judith Kay Gaylord, 3.62; Susan Jane Reuteler, 3.62; Jane Marie Bradley, 3.60; Gayanne Green, 3.<Mk Dora Jeanette Miller, :{.r>Ui .Aipl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 March 1963

Tuesday, March 5, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Five '<0 I Get To The Gallery To Be In Vogu& You'll Find Art A Sophisticated Kick "ART CAN BE A MOST FASCINATING SUBJECT as three TWC students are finding out. Looking at the exhibits in Gallery 13 are, from left to right, Jerry Seaman, Paula White and Patty .Meyers. —Photo by David Seal — 1 —■■■ .. ., ■■ — — n Business Frat Elects Hokett Prexy; Students Win Plaqu^ Certificates - Ms Martha Hokett, junior business education major from Fort Worth, was elected state president of Phi Beta Lambda at the Eleventh An- nual Future Business Leaders of America State Convention. The convention was held on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 22 and 23, at the North Texas State University cam- pus in Denton. Mr. Frank Norwood, acting chairman of the division of busi- ness and sponsor of TWC's Phi Beta Lambda chapter, will be the new state sponsor. Others attend- ing from TWC were Jane Blair, Helen Gable, Pete Mais and Don Gordon. A banquet was held Saturday n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 March 1963

fc'" Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 5, 1963 < o Golf Team To Compete At Laredo TWC's golfers will leave for Laredo today, where they will par- ticipate in the Border Olympics golf tournament Thursday, Friday • and Saturday. The seven members of the team who will accompany Coach 0. D. Bounds are Charles Meisner, Tom- my Wrinkle, Jerry Searcy, Larry Dark, Roy Hill, John Taylor and Jack Haby. In the Rams' only match to date, they won over Iowa State, 4-0, last week. Another match with Iowa State and one with Hardin- Simmons were called off because of rain and cold. TWC's No. 1 team finished "sev- enth in the Southwestern RecrSm tion tournament over the week-end while the No. 2 unit came in ninth. "If I had just played the right boys on the right teams, we would have come in third," Coach Bounds moaned after the meet. If Roy Hill of the No. 2 team— who shot a 149 total—had been with the first group, the Rams woulfl, have had a 59.3 team total, which would have put them in third ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 March 1963

JUDGE cr <G USRARI THE RAMBLER TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962 VOLUME 35 TORT WORTH, TEXAS. TUESDAY. MARCH 12, 1963 No. 20 Annual Weekend at College Brings Prospective Students March 15 and 16 will mark the annual "Weekend At College," sponsored by the Student Satiate. The students who attend are first nominated by their principals and corned to the -college by Dr. Law Sone, president of TWC ant| Dr. ministers and then selected by-*to«' J. Elmer Cox, dt-an of the college. Approximately 50 high school sen. Student Senate on the'basis of OTgh After lunch the students will coun- iors from as far "south as Waco academic standing, in addition to sel with the divfsion| yi/airmen, fol- will attend the meeting. their extra-curricular activities. lowed by a coke party and dance in The purpose of the program is The students will register at the Boaz Student ( enter where to provide two superior students 9 a.m. Friday and will be assigned „ they will «<ilso meet th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 March 1963

Page Two THE RAMMER Tuesday, March 12, 1963 Vke Self-Centered Voter- a s? <m > AC V m jet ampuS The power to vote—; ■ liberty entrusted to the American people through the blood and suffering of millions of- Ameri- cans in the pas^ World Wars, Civil War, and American Revo- lution. Why did t^ese(early Americans sacrifice their lives and liberties for theJpnvilege of a free vote—in order that You the American^Hiblie might carry on their traditions and ideas in a free democracy. * Yet, on a nation-wide basis, a tragic number of "vote- slackers," as categorized in the twenty-one or over voting bracket, refused to even walk around the corner to the nearest voting poll to cast their vote. Why? Basically, it could be the feeling that perhaps their vote was merely "a drop in the bucket" as compared to the millions of other prospective voters or perhaps even their own feelings against the un- constitutional "poll tax." • 0 Whatever the national voter's reason may be for not casting a vo...

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