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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 February 1955

nUtr FeawatT 1 )i H ''"v JXNo 4 M'Vfc HB WAR W1M0P 4laH Cditorialt Uf s Mm It! In looking over the campus a newcomer says "This is a great place everybody smiles and everybody says hello.' This in general is true. The students who have been on the campus a couple of years will generally agree that there is a spirit of friendship but that is as far as it goes. The friend- ship is on the outside! - T Why may I ask do clubs come ahead of McMurry? I am a member of a club and I'm proud to belong to that or- ganizationbut for me McMurry is first. Why may I ask is everybody introduced as a member of a certain club? Why may I ask is it that every time somebody's feelings are hurt they blame it on the "club" system? There are a million more questions that could be asked but well let them go. ........ Some individuals "slam" the social clubs is this because they are jealous? Clubs are good they create spirit. But my good friends clubs are not the total essence of a college life. We as student...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 February 1955

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 February 1955

THE WAR WHOOP FtMay. rttknur? . 1H Moore Resigns; McM-Ex Doug Cox Hired ri4 McM Cagers Lead Texas Conference McMurry College Indian cag- ers have won three games and lost four in the last three weeks cage activity. Indian victories were at the ex- pchse of Howard Payne twice 82-63 and 80-74 and Eastern New Mexico 89-79. The defeats were to ACC twice 52-48 and 74-71 Midwestern 93-70 and Eastern New Mexico 92-81. The victories were all register- ed in Texas Conference com- petition putting McMurry on the top rung of the conference lad- der. The Indian record stands at three wins and one loss. Eastern New Mexico has won two and lost two and Howard Payne has a record of one win and three losses. Jim Jowcll led the Indian scor- ing with 100 pts. in the seven games closely followed by Jerry English with 98. Don Taylor was third with 79 followed by Fred Shelton 68 Bob Harris 64 and Carl Anderson S3. McMurry 82 Howard Payne 63 McMurry (82) FQ FT PF TP Taylor 4 4 12 KaHtiTllliK 3 10 5 16 Har...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 February 1955

5 1355 Prtss Club Has 1 1 Ntw Mtmbtrs Via Jan. Initiation In an initiation service held at the home of the club sponsor on Jan. 30 eight of the eleven pledges of the Press Club were formally taken into the group. Pledges that were not able to attend were taken in at the organisation's regular weekly meeting Wednesday noon in the dining hall. Before they were taken into McMurry's journalistic organiza- tion the eleven pledges Sha- ron Hughes Mary Ida Jackson Neva Alexander John Samuels Orland Gilbert Thelma Neepers Judy Stincbaugh Jerry Lewis Sam Worsham Darla Sudderth and Mary Lou Odell wore news- paper caps with press cards on them memorized the preamble to the Press Club constitution and worked on a project. This project consisted of writing a story taken from interviews with McMurry students. This story was put into newspaper magazine or booklet form. The prizes which were awarded by Milt Chester president went to Darla Sud- derth first place in format; Or- land Gilbert best stor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 February 1955

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. February ". ! ( ZJIte War Whoop's Cditoria It vUeekiu 3 fermon Vat 2 fit PEP IAND-SPIMT Our McMurry basketball team has done a fine job so far this year and will probably continue to do the same kind of Rood work until the season is over. This means that the student body will have to keep up the same kind of spirit and and show them the same kind of support that they have been showing up to now. We really have had lots of spirit at our basketball games but yet there seems to be something big missing. I think this reporter realized what it was at the last ACC-McMurry game. The second game between ACC and McMurry was held in Bennett Gym on the ACC campus and although it was mid-term and very few Indians were here to attend" those that were there saw something that seemed to give those Wildcats lots of gct-up-and-go. Part of the Wildcat band was there to give out with several high-spirited fight songs throughout the game. Believe me that little band added a lot to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 February 1955

Friday. February 11. 1151 THE WAR WHOOP Pag 3 3 t c- o ' Redmen Retain INDIAN BASKETBALL SQUAD AND CO AC H--Pictured above arc the members of the 1954-55 McMurry Indian Basketball team and their coach. They art (toft to right) Coach Edgar Payne. Bob Harris. Carl Andarton. Don Taylor. Jim Jowell. Bill Eastcrling. David McClure. Tom Boyd Boyd Syletxine. Fred Shelton. and Jarry English. To data the Redman have won 5 and lost 14. (Photo by McCreary). Papooses Play CJC Tonight; Varsity Travels to Wayland In the next basketball action on the local scene the high-riding McMurry Papooses take on Cisco Junior College tonight at 8 p .m. in the McMurry Gym. Next action for McMurry's In- dians is slated for Monday night at Plainview when the Redskins invade the home court ot the Wayland Pioneers. Papoose Record The Papooses McMurry's B team coached by Joe Burk have the best basketball record in Abi 50 million times a day at borne at work or on the way There's nothing like a 1. SO BRIGHT IN TAST...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 February 1955

t --- Pat 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. February II. HS Teacher Changes (Keillor's Not: The Wr Whoop pr Ktilt hrlnw s report of MeMurry Colin nrw program for teacher education rMeh ha heen brought about by the Tesaa El- eatinn Agency's new rrqulremsnt for teach- er certificates. To conform to new standards for teacher certificates recently released by the Texas Education Agency at Austin the MeMurry College catalogue for 1955 '56 (soon to be released) will carry the following information on the college's teacher education pro- gram. General Requirements All students ilralritiR tn teach mini com- plete the following general requirements: 11 r...i w i! flT'r" tsaacsuen. Anyone desiring a (I) General Education. A minimum of crrtfcte milrt liro approval of the !0 semeiter hours in general education (social science humanities sciences aes- thetics religion.) (21 Pre-I'rofraalenat Courses. Six hours of rre-l'rofcsnional Courses including in- trisluctory courses in education. These must lie eomp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 February 1955

m 2 The War Whoop (MOW n Win The Conference! Scalp A Yellow Jacket! VOL. 3t McMUlUlY COLLEOE. ABILENE. TEXAS. FEBRUARY II. 1S5S MO. II I I & BrrmaF f6ilA ... "ju&g BBBJIBBBBBBBBK.S TXlwK .'BBBlBBBBBBl"gt -w ' iiwwMiBHiBB HKpmi'&H&"sjp "- i aallYAYAYAllBBBBBiVflBTs " ..Bfefe. flYAHaBBBBBBBBBBafell lBBBBnr I: iflrlm BBBBBBBBH iK' I I TiTiM BBBBBBBH BBBBsHiMMi'iBBBBBBBBBBBBBB West Point Team ToChallengeMcM The United States Military Academy Debate team from West Point N. Y. will challenge the McMurry Debate team in an exhibition meet tentatively set for Mar. 22 it was announced by W. Clark speech instructor and debate coach. More information concerning this debate will be re- leased in a later issue. In recent competition the Mc- Murry team tied for eighth place with Oklahoma Baptist College and Hardin-Simmons University HERALD TRUMPETEERS OF THE INDIANS Pictured abort are tha mmbn of tht trumpet taction and tht ntfwly purchased herald trumpet. Tht picturt wu taken Tues...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 February 1955

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. February II IMS DLCaKCatl Jhe War lAhoop's Cdi to ria It VUccktu 3e term on BY SAM tag 2 What Happtntd? This is my first enr at McMurry and the first day I spent on this campus there was one thing that stood out in my mind That was the singing of the blessing in the dining hall I don't believe there is a student on this campus that doesn't think that was a fine gesture and one that should be continued each day However it has been about two months since the bless- ing has been sung in the dining hall and many of the stu- dents are asking why Is there any particular reason why it has been discontinued or has somebody merely fallen down on the job' If it has been stopped for a certain reason it is the opinion of many that the student body be told why. If someone has just fallen down on the job then he should certainly get on the ball and get this going again It's an awfully nice feeling to come into the dining hall after the tush of morning classes and be able to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 February 1955

Friday. Ftbtuur II. 1155 THE WAR WHOOP Pag 3 KO SARI KIVA IHR Win First Games in League Ko Sari Kiva and IHR emerged victors in the first basketball games of the intramural program played last Thursday evening. In the first game Ko Sari de- feated the Freshmen 56 to 26 Strickland scored 17 points for the winners followed by Cooper with 12. Kiva followed with an easy win over the Sophomores with a one sided score of 36 to 13. Bonnet scored 10 and Ratliff eight for Kiva. The last contest of the night proved to bo the most evenly matched and the most exciting of the three. IHR shaded the Dirty Shirts by one point. Scoring for the winners was evenly divided with Fox contributing 11; Ander son six; and Casky five to their total of 37 points. Ed Ammons was the high point man of the night with 23 of the Dirthy Shirts 36 points. Feb. 28 there will be a play off for the championship between the first four place teams of the regular season. Since there are only two entries in the Slow League ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 February 1955

THE WAR WHOOP Friday February II lWtt SnUoduomf tU faculty Pat 4 Seven Profs in Letters Languages The Division of letters and Languages at McMurry College which includes the departments of English languages and jour- nalism has a staff of seven teach- ers. Dr. Lloyd Huff chairman of the department of English and spon- sor of the Galleon school maga- zine received his B. A. degree from the University of San An- tonio (now Trinity) in 1939; his M. A. from Baylor University in 1940 and a Ph. D. from the U. of Indiana in 1949. Willie Mae Christopher asso- ciate professor of English receiv- ed her B. A. from Simmons Col- lege in 1914 another B. A. from the U. of T. in 1928 and an M. A. from the same school later on. Miss Christopher was a Women- Branch president and State Re- cording Secretary of the Ameri- can Assoc of University Women from 1950 to 1953. Mrs. Andrew Rockovcr director of Radford Student Life Center since 1951 became professor of Latin upon the resignation of Dean Mcdford...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 February 1955

UBiW Or f"B 2 5 IP fBSSSSSSSSSSHBSSSSm A BVB h III 1 Hl I TO REPRESENT McMURRY End and lht ChanUrt will teavtf Membership Certificates Presented to Alpha Chis First year members of Alpha Igaret Mihken Rita Watkins Chi were presented their mem- bership certificates in Tuesday chapel Those receiving awards were Belty Campbell Kitty Gaddy El- wanna Latham Lyndal Harris Jimmy Forshej Imogcne Price John Dickey Doris Miller Nita Smith Anne Anderson Majoric Hinds Dottie Floyd Don Hunt Mclba Rucker and Patsy King Lowell Bynum Alpha Chi president read a paper which Bob Epps submitted to the Na tional Comention last year ANNUAL TEA Alpha Chi held its annual honor roll tea Tuesday evening in the social hall of Radford Dr Norton Jones spoke to the gioup on ' The Value of Scholar- ship " Those attending the tea were Bob Harden Sheridan Mallott John Dickey Joanne Robinson Doris Miller Imogene Price Kitty Gaddy Claudine Hammer Marjone Hinds Betty Campbell Mary Nell Taylor Gayle Crow- der Marjone J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 February 1955

Page 2 THE WAR WHOOP Friday February 25. 1135 t Cditorlati Economics; Christianity As Christians wo believe that economic life is not decreed by nnturo and modern man is committed to shape his and his fellow man's economic destiny. Since the economic order is based on our technology and the riches of soil and mineral wealth which were given to us by God in order to make our life more abundant we behove that in the Christian philoso nhv we can find the means to secure common welfare. I sincerely believe that the students of McMurry are highly interested in their economic environment and in find- ing tlie answer for the needs and the problems of the dynamic and growing nation oi the United states They realize mat the search for strength is eternal and that our generation weakened by the impact of two destructive wars must have greater .strength to master and preserve the great spiritual and economic heritage given to us by our predecessors. The economic truth requires that our product...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 February 1955

Friday February 25. 1185 THE WAR WHOOP Pa S Intramural Play Into Final Round Inti annual basketball movis into the playoffs Monday niht with the begining of tht rnmes in the slow league Tin legulat sehedule moved into its final st iges Mondav JiiLht with IHH defeating fnvoied Ko hni i In a sum. of 47 to 10 Pinc led lllll in the seoiing with 14 points while Slneklnnd had n total of eifht foi tin losers In the first game of tht iujht the sophomoies won ovei tin freshman by n score of U to 2l Allrcd was high point mm foi the sophomores' with H Dni- berry was high foi the freshmen V with U Kiva's smooth tunning te.im CHANTERS LEAVE SUNDAY (Continued fiom page 1) 7 10 p m Mmth 1 Canon Hil.Ii School 10 n a m Tulia High School 110 p m First Methodist Chill eh Littlefield 7 30 p m Mtieh 4 Lcvclland High School 10 30 a m Brown- field High School 1 30 p m Forest Heights Methodist Church Lubbock 7 30 p m Chanter Members Members of the Chanters are Jimmy Alvis Fred Bilbo Ruth Ann Rhodes Ann Bro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 February 1955

Par 4 THE WAR WHOOP FrUty Frtruur ! Business Major (l-MUor nittr Thin Ik Ihf nn nrt Ikmiip f a nrrlrn tlint will At m rlbc tin iirl im Initrui llomil iIIvIhIc iin i f Mi Murry oIIpki Ni xl wnkM ii r will l k rlli On D piiltlni III i f IdllKlnli ) McMutry College's department of economics and business ad- ministration offering 29 courses in accounting general business economics and secretarial science provides one of the most popular majors at the college Class en- rollments in the department total 261 students during the current Business Majors Schedule Outlined For Two Years Students majoring in the De- partment of Business Administra- tion and Economics at McMurry College work toward the Bache- lor of Science degree This do grec is designed for students who desire highly specialized work in the chosen field of business The faculty of this department is concerned with giving the stu dent sound training in fundamen- tal business courses so that he will be thoroughly prepared foi the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 March 1955

LI v IWJ'" .1 The War Whooo Indians Stomp 'Hounds Page 3 Religious Education Issue Page 4 VOL. 31 McMUlUlY COLLEGE ABILENE. TEXAS. MARCH 4. 1135 NO. 20 Willson Schedule TUESDAY. MARCH t. 1155 7:30-8:30 p. m. Dr. Edwin Lewis A Faith Historically Con- tinious. 8:30-9:30 p. m. Dr. Kenneth W. Copeland Protecting Our Priceless Her- itage WEDNESDAY. MARCH 9. 1955 10:00-11:00 a. m. Dr. Lewis A Faith Scientifically Oriented 11:00-12:00 a. m Dr. Copcland Christians to the Core 5:30-6:30 p. m. Annual dinner for the Friends of the Mc- Murry Library Iris Grah- am Memorial Dining Hall. 7:30-8:30 p. m. Dr. Lewis A Faith Biblically Realistic 8:30-9:30 p. m. Dr. Copcland Counterfeits of the Faith THURSDAY. MARCH 10. 1955 10:00-11:00 a. m. Dr. Lewis A Faith Ethically Demanding 11:00-12:00 a. m. Dr. Copeland Regarding the Rules 7:30-8:30 p. m. Dr. Lewis A Faith Socially Aggressive 8:30-9:30 p. m. Dr. Copeland Rewards for the Right FRIDAY. MARCH 11. 1955 10:00-11:00 a. m. Dr. Lewis A Faith Evangelical...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 March 1955

FrUay. Mare 4. INI Dk.W.AVk.or' ZJke (Sat'd (Sail WULS tnton BY SAM THE WAR WHOOf I Editorials Rtlrfiws EtfvciHM Down through the centuries religion has played a vital role in education. The church first began education for all men of every class; thru the Dark Ages the church kept learning alive when everyone else had forgotten it; and then came the Renaissance and Reformation when the church held up the light of education and culture that men might find their way out of the darkness which so long had covered them. Today as in every age religion points the way. It is the conscience for nil of life. The Christian world watched anx- iously as Hitler banished religion from Germany. A war was fought to destroy a tyranny that threatened to engulf the world. And now the shadow of another great world power threatens to destroy religion and all mankind places its hope in those Christian nations that hold aloft the freedom and dignity of man which Christianity teaches. Today perhaps more th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 March 1955

Friday. Mart 4 IMS THE WAR WHOOP Pat a English Shelton AII-TC Selections t ' aaaaVJVeaaaaaaaaaaaaav " '; IHMHH kux s MaaaaaaaaMBWy rmiZr ' t ' MHB! JnrIMi mm 4 fSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSMlf MiF ij SbSbM SENIOR INDIAN BASKETS ALLERS Pielut ed above (left to right) an the three senior Indians on the Texas Conf mnei championship basketball team. They ara Jerry English. Jim JowtJU. and Frad Shalton. Shelton. who was recently alactad captain and English both mada tha All-Conference taam. Jowoll along with Bob Harris and Don Taylor mada tha sacond all-conference team. (Photo by Frad McCreary.) Indians Whip Greyhounds Twice In Season Closers The McMurry Indians closed out regular season play last week- end in Indian Gym with two wins over their Texas Conference league foes ENMU by the scores of 90-76 and 92-70 These two wins set the Tribesmen's season record at 8 wins and 17 losses. Their Conference record of 7 wins and 1 loss was enough to give them the league championship With Coach Edgar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 March 1955

4 THE WAR WHOOP Fritar. Mrek 4. IMS Religion Department Lists 22 Courses "' A mono MrMnrrv' mnit nut. I nhnsis nnnn reliffinua architecti DR. WILL-MATHIS DUNN Campus Chaplain Three Profs On A largo group of McMurry students are studying for the ministry or other phases of full- time religious work. Three men offer guidance and instruction in this department. Dr. George Stcmman head of the Department of Religion re- ceived his A.B. from South- western University in 1924 his Bachelor of Divinity from the S.M.U. School of Thelogy in 1927 and his S.T.B. from Yale Divin- ity School in 1931. Dr. Steinman came to McMurry in 1946 as Associate Professor of Religion and has been head of the Department of Religion since 1948. He was Dean of Westmin- ster Junior College at Hehhasu- cana Texas from 1944-46; Direc- tor of the Wesley Bible Choir of Stephen F. Austin State College at Nacogdoches from 1929-30 and 'from 1940-44; and has been in the R. E. Major Minor Schedule Outlined The department o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 March 1955

1 Indian Band To Leave For Europe Today The War Whoop VOL. 32 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE TEXAS. MARCH 11. 19S5 NO. 21 MAKING PLANS FOR EUROPE Pictured above an in student iHdm of the McMurry Indian Sand. Thty are (left to right) Bill Flveash. presidents Molba Rucker secretary-treasurer; and Km Wonkam Tice-pt-lda. (Photo by Fred MeCroary). Joe Bill Fox Chosen "Sweetheart OfTIP'AtClub'sAniiiaalBanquet Joe Bill Fox Fort Worth jun- ior was presented Saturday even- ing as "Sweetheart of TIP" at the club's annual Sweetheart Banquet held at the Drake Hotel. Theme of the banquet was f'Our Album Through the Years." Table decorations consisted of tall white candles surrounded With ivy centered down the length of the tables. The head table had an open album lighted with candles.' Plate favors for the banquet guests were leather picture frames with the club name en- graved on the front. Fox was also presented with a hand tooled leather billfold. TIP's gobbettes.or pledges en tertained the group w...

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