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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 October 1954

rat 2 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. October 22. 19S4 O di to via Id We Wonted To Win The students on the McMurry campus were still in an up- roar this week over the 13 to 6 win the Indians took from ACC and justly so should they be. The 7000 fans who wit- nessed the clash at Fair Park Stadium saw a game which was nothing short of spectacular in every respect. Seldom has a team gone out on the playing field with such spirit and determination as our boys did and it was thrilling to sec the way they kept that spirit and determina- tion until the final whistle blew to end the game. They worked not as individuals but as a team playing their hearts out every down. Everything about their playing the blocking tackling running was good but what really won the game for McMuiry was best expressed by ACC's own Tommy Morris when he said "they just wanted to win more than we did." Nothing could be closer to the truth be- cause that is exactly what put our boys on top their will to win. This reporter coul...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 October 1954

Friday. October 22. 1IS4 THE WAR WHOOP Paff 3 McMurry Faces Cal. Poly Saturday Nite Brave Chants By DON RAMSEY I really don't know how to start praising the Indian football team for their performance last Satur- day night Our Tribe wenc out and did what most ACC students thought was impossible McMurry broke the drought in grand style One Indian Elroy Payne look- ed particularly spectacular from the spectator's viewpoint How- ever I think Payne will agiee with me that it took eleven men to win Hint game and they all (did their job equally well To a man the Indians played near per- fect football Some of the guvs who played outstanding football were Elroy Payne Billy Atkins Joe Rill Fox Otis Rathff Allen Holilday Giant Teaff W T Staplci Bob Huiden Charlie Reese Tommy Watkins Era Corlev Chniles Mote Jim Bales these guvs get our most expensive gold metal for a job well done We still have a rugged schedule coming up This game with Cali fornia Poly mav prove to be the roughest of the seaso...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 October 1954

Pat 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. October 22 1184 Cjame JrlahliahL By SARA The McMuiry student body turned nut tn masse foi the ACC Ktime mid tlt ueii well re- warded The spirit was hifihor than ecr nccordinn to the cheer- knders The fans did not realize when they were yelling and when they wue not Most of the stu- dents stood up the entile name A crowd of 7 )00 witnessed the Krtat defeat of ACC The Indian bands rendition of Old Time KeliKion came at a cru- cial moment iinht befoie the fust MiMum touchdown It was rumored ainund the stands that the sonc sure sei med to help Rot that ball aeioss the line The bind also made a good lnlf time ap- pcaranei The MrMurn bos rushed out Kappa Phi Holds Halloween Party The members of Kappa Phi entertained their guests with a hallow een panic supper at the home of Miss Maybelle McDan- lei Friday night October l1 Those attending were El wanna Latham Nelson Smith Elizabeth Tanmhill Lee Bowdeti Imogcnc Priie Billy Temple Peggy Ford Morris Hartgravcs Maud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 October 1954

The War Whoop Oh 0) QtA VOL. 32 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS. OCTOBER 29. 1954 NO. cW 7M JfamtcemiHf 0) BBBBBBBbVBBBBK riH9B9B9B9B9B9BK B9B9Bm9W t "BBJ V'BBBhBv bBM i SiBW ?! H BBBBmt" wot Ki w BBBBlffllBBBVBttBBBBBBBw. aBBBBEBBBBBBBiflr ' ?&?! IE BBbVwBBT BH ' ' VBBwEsbH BBBBBBBBLRjBLBm. BLLH SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBK JOE CRAFT Craft and To Star in The cast has been selected for the fall play "Harvey" to be presented by the McMurry drama department Dec. 9 and 10. Mem- bers are Maurice Aven Joe Craft Alfreda Rankin Weldon Steph- enson Jimmy Jay Bob Washam Jim Tomlinson Patsy Bingham Kaye Weber Pat Dillon and Sheridan Mallott. "Harvey" was a successful stage Circle K Club Adds Members Circle K Club met in the East Lounge of the dining hall at noon Tuesday Oct. 19 at which time new members were installed. This year's officers are presi- dent. Charles Hastings: vice- president Harley Mayberry; sec- retary Dulaney Barrett; and treasurer Alfred Brown New members are: Henry Sal- ley James...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 October 1954

Page 2 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. October II ltM Cditoria It It A Port Of Tht Class It has been mentioned around the campus that too few people take an active interest in the work of thetr own class and 1 believe this is something that each student should think about. Our school should work as a unit in all activities but it cannot do that unless the separate classes function nronerlv. Each class has its own set of officers which so far are doing a splendid job. However the entire work of the class cannot rest upon their shoulders 'mere are many commit- tees which must be organized for various projects sponsored by the classes and these committees need hard working class members to keep them running smoothly. There will be picnics and parties held by the classes and much more fun will be had by all if there is a large number of students attending. During the rest of the year there will be socials the classes will have and many things the classes will wish to accomplish. The success of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 October 1954

THE WAR WHOOP Paf 3 Tribe Opens League Play Against ENMU Friday October 21. 1184 I Brave By DON I wonder what happened to the mighty herd of Mustangs that were supposed to stampede right through our Indian campground? It looks as if they might have met their rriatch At any rate they they sure got corralcd last Sat- urday night. Our hats arc off to Coach Wil- ford Moore for letting all the Warriors get into the fracas. This gave some of the boys a chance to prove themselves which they did in grand style. Some of the boys who haven't had a chance ot play before looked great. California Poly probably had a better team than they appeared to have. However McMurry won land erased any doubts as to who had the best team. Let's hope the Indians don't get too confident and forget that the season is not over yet. We still have some rough games left. The Redskins used their first Chars or Budget Accounts No Carrying Charg 382 Pine Ph. 4-4900 TEXAS COCA-COLA Phone 2-3232 Chants RAMIXY string onl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 October 1954

Pat 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. Ociobar 29. 19S4 Students Engagements Announced By Parents Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clocklcr Rostoc have announced the en- gagement and approaching mar- riage of their daughter Gaynell McMurry senior to Ben L. High. High is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd High of Abilene. The "THE CHRISTIAN SCHOLAR" PUBLISHES PROFS ARTICLE An article by Dr. Andrew C. Rockovcr chairman of McMurry' economics and business adminis- tration department was publish- ed in the September issue of "The Christian Scholar" a quar- terly journal of the Commission on Christian Higher Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America. Dr. Rockover's article titled "Labor Management Relations and Human Relations" was pub- lished alongside articles of lead- ing Christian scholars in this country. The September issue of the Quarterly Journal is address- ed to the relevance of Christian faith and thought for the acade- mic disciplines and- the several field...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 November 1954

o J 0 McMurry To Start On Two New Buildings The War Whoop VOL. 32 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILE NE. TEXAS. NOVEMBER S. 1954 Homecoming to Feature Reunions and Big Game The Boy Scout dancers from Kotso Lodge of the Order of the Arrow Chisholm Trail Council will be a feature of the McMurry Homecoming Nov. 12-13. They will dance at the f irellghtlng cere- mony on Friday at 9:30 p. m. and again on Saturday morning dur- ing the judging of tepees. Olen Griffing is Chapter Chief. Lodge Advisor is Troy Boone. Papoose Day is to be one step in the ladder to the climax of Homecoming. This is the one day in the year when the green frosh have the upper hand on the cam- pus. This is planned for Nov. 9. Also the week of Homecom- ing is "Howdy Week." Everyone will wear his best smile friendly Kappa Delta Initiate ACC McMurry's chapter of Kappa Delta Pi Eta Epsilon is slated for the record books. Since 1951 McMurry has had the only chapter in Abilene. Sat- urday night Oct. 23 Abilene Christian .College was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 November 1954

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. Heramkar S. 1M4 Student Council Notes SL&nCJt BY BAM Pa 2 Cdito tia 16 Do Nof Rttwrn Tht Favor The letters HPC were quite conspicious around Mc- Murrv Saturday morninc as students found the signs painted on the doors and windows of various buildings on the cam- pus. This demonstration of artistic ability on the part of students at Howard Payne College of Brownwood proves that they are as up in the air as we are over the game to- morrow. However let us hope that the signs painted around our campus have not caused any of our students to journey to Brownwood to "pay them back." While Howard Payne stu- dents really didn't do any physical damage to our campus it would have set better with everyone here if they not come over at all. And it will set better with the people of Brown- wood if our students have not gone over there to stir up trouble. As everyone knows the outcome of this game between our boys and Howard Payne will decide who comes out on top in the Te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 November 1954

Friday. NarMitar S. 1IM THE WAR WHOOP Pat 3 J ENMU Indians Travel To Brownwood Saturday All Rcdmen For 2nd Straight Week B7 FLETCHER BOWMAN McMurty's fine football mach- ine continued to roll as they beat Eastern New Mexico University easily 55 to 13 at Portales Satur day. Displaying a great running attack mixed with a fine passing game the Indians were in com- plete control from the first kick- off. The game this past week-end was the first conference battle and a win over Howard Payne tomorrow will give McMurry the Texas Conference championship. McMurry scored fairly early in the first quarter as Elroy Payne and Billy Atkins alternated car- rying the ball for long yardage. Payne scored on a line buck. Mc- Murry was potent on defense as well as on offense. She held ENMU scoreless throughout the first half and held them without a first down throughout the entire first quarter. McMurry scoring went some- thing like this: Atkins scored twice on runs of 52 and 21 yards. Payne scored tw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 November 1954

Page 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. Hoymbt 8. 1H4 14 Beauties Nominated As "Totem Beauties" The McMurry Tribe showed an excellent taste for beauty when it nominated 15 girls as candi- dates for campus beauties Tues- day. Candidates for the honor arc Dorothy Hill Margaret Scalcy Julie Masscy Jan Ann Killings- worth Charlcnc Mayhcw Helen Fry Yvonne Caldwell Rita Wat- kins Judy Jarrett Jan Osbom Maurice Avcn Hope Medina Student Ministers Hold Charges in Local Area McMurry has 67 full and part- time students studying for the ministry. Some of these students are full-time ministers driving to school only for one or two classes a week. A far larger percentage live on the campus as full-time students taking an active part in the college life. Fifteen young men hold carges in Abilene and surrounding areas. They and their charges are Joe Walker Abilene Circuit; Sheldon Wolf Anson Circuit; Ja- mes Merrell Dcnton-Oplin Cir- cuit; Glen Chambers Caps; Jack Riley Hamby; Troy Pentacost Ovalo-Lawn; Jim To...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 November 1954

The War Whoop Seat tU Quitted! VOL. 32 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS. NOVEMBER 13. 19S4 No. 10 Welcome . Green and Ratlif f Elected Campus Royalty Religious Emphasis Week Begins Tuesday Morning Dr. Haydcn Edwards pastor of Polytechnic Methodist Church Fort Worth will be guest speak- er for Religious Emphasis Week Nov. 15-19. Annual campus wide revival services will begin Monday night and continue through Friday noon with services at 7:30 each night and at 9:30 each morning. All students faculty and friends of the college are invited to at- tend and preachers from New Mexico and Northwest Texas conferences are expected to at- tend some of the sessions. Tepee Village Is To Replace Parade Many exes are probably won- dering what has happened to the Homecoming parade with all of its colorful floats the band Wah Wahtaysees and Reservation royalty. The answer is this the student council felt that Home- coming would be more successful if McMurry did not have a parade this year and concent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 November 1954

Page THE WAR WHOOP Saturday. November 13 1854 C- ditoria li ABkjWtlcomt Welcome exes! This should be the byword of every McMurry student during the weekend's Homecoming activi- ties. There will be many ex-Indians browsing around our campus from Friday until Sunday and it is the duty of each student to make them feel at home. Let us put ourselves in the place of an Ex. We are re- turning to McMurry after several years away and we come back to find everything new. There are new customs new buildings and a sea of new faces. We may be a bit uneasy at first but soon we are right in the swim of things through the efforts and kindness of the student body. We find a spirit of co-opcrativeness at each place we go and at each meeting or ceremony we attend. We see the Indian Village and we realize the work that has been done in setting it up. We see the pinning of the colors and the Saturday afternoon football game and then it is over. We reluctantly start our way home carrying with us the mem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 November 1954

THE WAR WHOOP Pag 3 Dr. O. P. Clark Leads Expansion Program Saturday November 13 1154 McM To Raise Funds For 2 New Buildings Rv THF.T.MA NV.RPRP O VbHbWSi2! I HbbbbbH ilBTBB By THELMA NEEPER NUMBERS TELL STORY The 14 numbari o three-part story of struggle prograu. and plans. ishad in 1S23. and was soon Joined by Hunt Hall m. Prasldant Hall (4). In 1S43. Dr. Harold G. Cook sa four ntw buildings (4 through 7). A building prog tory (14) and a naw classroom building (9). Othor b naxt dacad art for fina arts (8). scianc (10) libra mllory (13). n this atrial photo of McMurry's Reservation tall a McMurry's Administration Building (1) was fin the Reservation Gym (3). and tha north wing of t in motion th wheals of progress which added ram is now under way to add a new girls dorml uildings which are expected to b added within the ry (11). administration (12). and another men's dor Crider Burk Most Recent Exes to Join Staff of McM Twelve McMurry exes who have entered and left via grad- uation ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 November 1954

THE WAR WHOOP arurdaT. HavwWr 13. ItU Indians Battle "Gusties" This Afternoon Pafl 4 YELLOW JACKETS STING McMURRY An inspired and determined jiwarm of Howard Payne Yellow Jackets beat McMurry out for the Texas Conference Championship Saturday afternoon in Brown- wood. McMuuy never could Ret roll- ing as fumbles in the fir.st quar- ter got the Redmen off to a bad start. The defense of Howard Payne was at its very best as their forward wall headed by Joe James tore up McMurry 's offen- sive name time and time again. Howard Payne was fired up and the Indians just weren't up to it. McMurry scored their lone touchdown in the third quarter with just about three minutes gone off the clock as little Billy Atkins went over the line. Payne's point after touchdown try was wide but for a minute or two it looked like the Tribe was back in the ballgame. Mc- Murry received a break or two in the final period but another fumble and n 15-yard penalty stopped what might have been possibly another TD. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 November 1954

Saturday. NiTMbir IS. 1IM THE WAR WHOOP PaeoS Brave By DON Welcome to the Reservation exes. We hope you enjoy your visit to the homeland. In case you haven't been keep- ing up with the Indian football team here's some of the dope. The Tribe has a record of five wins against three defeats. One of these wins happened to come felons the night we played ACC. So in a way our season has al- ready been a success. This afternoon the Redskins take on the Golden Gusties from Gustavus Adolphus College. The Gusties have the reputation of be- ing a real football power up in Minnesota. They have won their conference for the past five years. They are supposed to really be wicked on defense. In the meantime we have some backfield men here at McMurry " that have been doing real good Payne Atkins Fox Are Leading Injuns McMURRY COLLEGE INDIAN . STATISTICS RUSHING PUytr. Pot. Tcb. Q. L. Ntt Avo Klniy Payno fli 15S M2 20 912 6 7 Hilly Atkins hi) 104 7.18 SO 70!) 6 8 Hill CantWt-11. hb 44 243 9 234 C 3 ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 November 1954

Pag 6 THE WAR WHOOP Saturday. Novmbrt 13. 1154 Homecoming Dates Back To 1927. McM Won League In 1!)2T the fir.st annual home- coming koI underway on Nov. 10 in the old nudtioiium in the ad building. The Indain band played and Miss Julia Lukcr Rave the welcome address in the absence of the president and dean who hod fione to conference. The foot- ball team which was suited out was introduced by Coach R. M. Medley. The Indians by the way won the TIAA conference cham- pionship that year. Arlic Garner acting president of the exes in the absence of Mrs. Leo Tucker led the exes in yells in contest with the student body led by Alfred Freeman now pastor of the First Methodist Church of Wichita Falls. The Indians beat the Daniel Baker Hill Billies after the meet- ing. In 1928 the exes were respon- sible for a barbecue in the gym for all persons attending home- coming. Wiley Caffey now an Abilene judge was president of the exes association. The next year Howard Miller Colorado rancher now was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 November 1954

Saturday NoYmbtr 13 19S4 THE WAR WHOOP Page 7 Reservation Boasts 24 Princesses and 13 Chiefs The Tribe may trust its brawn and muscle in the hands of the male species on the campus. But when it comes to royalty the Squaws have the tophand. In a recent "survey" it was found that there have been 24 Reservation queens to only 13 chiefs. The first two squaws to be hon- ored with campus queen honors were Boog Sears and Alcne Mitch- ell Totem Queens of 1025 and 1927 respectively. In 1928 Madge McCauley was named Totem Favorite. 1932 found the title again term- ed Totem Queen this time with Ethel Vera Murfee as the hon- orec. Beth Watkins was the 1933 winner. In 1935 the title was changed again this time to Campus Totems Will Be Delivered in May Work on the Totem 1955 year book is in full swing according to Elaine Graves editor of the annual. Staff meetings arc being held daily at 2 p.m. in order to get the first shipment of copy ready for mailing before the Dec. 1 dead- line. "Delivery of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 November 1954

THE WAR WHOOP Saturday. Nonl 13. 1IS4 Fal Indian Band to Honor All Exes At Concert The MtMuiry Indian Band un- der the direction of Prof Ray- mond Bynum will present its an- nual conceit in honor of exes Saturday moining at 10 p m in the Radford Auditorium All ex- band membtis will be recognized The 30-minutc prouiam will include Overture from the "Stu- dent Pnnce" fcatuung Dorothy Kins nnd James Pollard a rhumbn "Tiopical" and 'Or- phus " There will also be a cor- net trio composed of Bill Fivc- ash Tommy Fry and Bob New- man playing "Bugler's Holiday." Ikie Dillingham will whistle to "Listen to the Mockinbird " This is the first concert the band has Riven at McMurry this year having previously played for the Abilene Rotary Club and participated in the Harvest Festi- val at Brownficld The Indian Bandstcrs presented half-time performances at the West Texas State Ramo Canyon and at the D.&T. CLEANERS 2214 South 14th 'We have nothing to sell but service" Phone 4-8129 Abilene Texas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 November 1954

54 TMSM To Convene Here Next Week The War Whoop VOL. 32 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS. NOVEMBER 19. 1954 NO. 11 Homecoming '54 Rated "Best Ever" By Exes and Students With the steady beat of the In- dian war drum the McMurry Tribe began its annual session of feasts council fires war and victory chants prayers to the great Spirit and battle with a distant foe. The 1954 Homecoming opened Nov. 12 at 8 'a. m. with an as- sembly at Radford Auditorium. Following this ceremony the Tribe formed a snake line and marched to the site for the Tepee Village all the time chant- ing the Indian cry for victory. Tepees were erected on the By FRANCES ADAMS green plot north of Radford. Many clubs on the campus were represented by their own tepees and original Indian-style outdoor accessories. The remainder of the day was spent in wandering through the village. The coronation took place at 7 p. m. At this time the Tribe hon- ored its chosen leaders those who will head the Reservation for the next year...

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