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

Page 2 THE WAR WHOOP Friday March 11. IMS Jlxe War Uhoopj Cditoria Li - ZJhe (Sat'd lail t lAeeklu Se Jermon BY SAM Tht Fint Arts The Fine Arts arc the salt of life its seasoning and savor. Can you imagine a church service without beautiful music a cathedral without the inspiration of a great plan. In the words of the Balladist "Without an song a man ain't got a friend ain't no use at all . . . and there ain't no love at all without a song." The Psalmist is our comfort the Poet is our inspiration. The Dramatist puts life under a microscope for us so that we can in a small way understand ourselves and life more fully. Similarly the Painter in a different medium brings us a concept of man and his world that pressed back the barriers of the finite mind. The Arts arc essentially one each as one facet of a dia- mond reflecting the light of life. If you would understand a people or a period study the art which they produced. The arts of any era are a barometer of the times expressing the ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 March 1955

THE WAR WHOOP mtey Much 11. INS Division KmsHKSb isBsssKSbTBbBmfrS. I Ik mMlm::!UL IHHIHBVIviHHilliHIIHllHHlHHHI GYPSYA1RES REHEARSE Members of the newly formed Gypsyaires. McMurry College orches- tra pictured above at a rehearsal are Gene Davidson piano; Darla Sudderth. violin; Joy Causseaus. cello; Jimmy Barros. bass; Joan Barrett horn; Emma Hooten violin; Judy Clark violin; Anne Ander- son flute; and Linda Parrish viola. (Photo by Fred Bilbo.) Music Major Requirements The McMurry College Division of Fine Arts is organized to pro- vide students with the highest standard of professional training in their field of study and also to prepare them to contribute to the enrichment of cultural life in their community in a manner consistant with the ideals of McMurry. Departmental requirements for Spanish Club To Tour April 7-11 are the dates for the Spanish Club's trip to Monterrey and Saltillo Mexico and ten more places are still open according to Rene Trevino club president. Thirty stud...

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

PrUr. Mart 11. 1UI THE WAB WHOOP World University Service Drive DRIVE DIRECTED BY 2 STUDENTS Some $200 will be the aim of the Student Council in the com- ing World University Service drive that wil befiin on the cam- pus next Tuesday Mar. 15 and last until Mar. 22. This drive is being directed by John Davis and Frcida Harrington. Working with Davis and Miss Harrington will be Joyce Gounds who will direct the campus pub- licity and Orland Gilbert who will direct the drives that will be held in all of the dorms. Three methods will be used in raising the $200 that will be used for the educating of undcrprivi- ledgcd students in foreign coun- tries. The methods are: (1) A door-to-door drive in the dormi- tories and vet village; (2) Con tainers will be placed in the Bookstore the dorms and in the Dining Hall the idea is for every student to place the same amount of money in the container that he has spent for a coke coffee donut or whatever else he may buy; and (3) All of the clubs on th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 March 1955

Friday March 11. IMS THE WAR WHOOP PagaS Dr. Von Hs aaaar 'f BaaaaaaaaaaaaVatBTn jBBHBBBB .BrBBBBBBl BBBBBBEJIiHF iHBaaaamiriBaaaW HaS Mr '; .HSBbbW bH Hh JT ' HaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV " bbbbHbLV kK BBBMBBBBaBaMBBBBBBlMSMBBBBJBaiMSi -- ' MHBBBBBIBIB ! ....fei'r?? RICHARD C. VON ENDE Department Head iit& i4rs Offers Many Occupations The words music and drama are synonomous iwth a wide var- iety of vocations because they concern a cultural expressiion of man's desires and needs. Fifty years ago there were 5000 actors in the U. S. but the movies radio and T. V. have brought a large decline in legiti- mate acting. Show business is jvery seasonal and has much dif- ficulty in offering work for ex- perienced actors. Even though New York City is the theaterical center of the country many shows close there during the summer and the ex- tensive road tours that were com- mon throughout the country are a thing of the past. The situation in Hollywood is even worse with most workers...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 March 1955

Pag THE WAR WHOOP Friday. Much 11. IMS 0 29 Indians Report To Head Coach Cox tB1ln i aLLLLLLLLLLI BBBBav iTBaBBi .pjBBBBBBBBBBBBm jBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV BBaBBaBBauMHWL v !Pbbbbbbbbbbbbbb bbbbbbbk bbb1 bbbbbbbhk- v aBBBBBla&5awFaBw 4bbbbbbbbbei?$ THE McMURRY COACHES (Left to tight) Jo Burk. track coach and aatlatant football coach; Douglas Cox. haad coach and athletic dlroctort and Edgar Payne basketball coach and assistant football coach. (Photo courtesy of Reporter-Hews). McM Redmen Track Team Travels to Laredo Meet Coach Joe Dale Burk and 10 members of the McMurry Indian track left Thursday for Laredo Texas and the Border Olympics that will be held Mar. 11-12. The Indians that wil represent McMurry are Bill Atkins sprints and relays; Weldon Brevard re- lays and broad jump; Kirby Lac- key relays quarter mile and broad jump; Jackie Luton re- KIVA Captures Intramural Title Kiva is again the men's Intra- mural Basketball champion. Kiva after dropipng the first play-off game 39-2...

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

The War Whoop VOL. 51 MeMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE TEXAS. MARCH II. 1155 NO. 22 - w.us. n.j - J4avt (yo (jivtn (Jtl Y 11 Candidates in McM Band Plays Today in Holland For Cancer Drive Around 350 to 400 people were at Abilcnc's Municipal Airport last Friday afternoon to bid fare- well to the McMurry Band on its two-week goodwill and 6ightsccing tour of Europe. Both students and friends were among the send-off group. Just before takeoff time at 2:12 p. m. Dr. Harold Cooke McMurry president offered a prayer for the safety and well being of the en- tire group. Abilene and area Rotanans who are sponsoring the trip took off in a DC-3 about 12 minutes before the McMumans did. The Abilene Rotary club is sponsoring the trip as a gesture of inter- national goodwill on the golden anniversary of the founding of Rotary International. For Latest Communique from Sun Turn to Pago 2. Returning to Abilene on Mar. 27 the McMurry Band will play concerts in London Paris Ams- terdam Zurich and Rome. The Amst...

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

Pat 2 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. March II. 1155 Band Reports From NY Leaves Paris Today Cditoria It McMurry's Education Program Much of the work of McMurry's department of educa- tion is prescribed by the statutes of the state of Texas as interpreted by the Texas Education Agency. It is governed by rigid standards of the Agency and the flexibility is only exercised in the interpretation of these standards in individ- ual courses. Therefore each student in the department of educa- tion must first receive a basic knowledge of the regula- tions which govern him first as a student and later as a teacher in the public schools of Texas. The department of education is strictly a professional school. Therefore the courses are made as practical as pos- sible for students in order that they may have a realistic ap- proach to their chosen profession. For this reason the stu- dents spend one half day in the public schools during their senior year as intern teachers in a regular classroom. Mc- Murry ...

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

Friday. Much 18. 1ISS THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 L-L Tea Scheduled for Tonight The Letters nnd Languages Division of McMurry College will present its annual tea Friday evening March 18 in honor of all McMurry seniors majoring or minoring in Fnglish or lan- guage This announcement was made by Dr Ruth Schacfcr chairman of the division Mrs Bill Norrcd of Sweet- water will be the guest speaker for the occasion Mrs Norred is Mid-Semester Exam Schtdult No War Whoop will be pub- lished next week because of mid-semester exams The exam schedule is as fol- lows Tuesday March 22 8TT ITT and 2 30 TT Wednesday March 238 MWF 10 MWF Thursday March 24 10 30 TT and Friday March 259 MWF 11 MWF and 2 MWF All exams not listed will be arranged by the instructor Exams will be riven at the regular class periods Eaton's Fine Letter Paper Assoi u 1 Designs and Colors McMURRY DRUG 2226 So. 14th AROMA1 Ring WMding Ring Hugh Bowie Jeweler ZV WELCOME STUDENTS FOK FRIENDLY SERVICE and QUALITY WORK See JAY and RAY TODA...

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

Page 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. March II. IMS K McM Education A well-balanced liberal educa- tion combined with adequate pro- fessional training and with spe- cialized study in the student's chief fields of interest con- stitute the best preparation for a successful teaching career. McMurry College prepares stu- dents to teach in the fields of elementary education secondary education physical education and administration and in the special fields of art music and others. The Texas Education Agency issues first-class ccrtficatcs for work completed in McMurry Col- lege in any of these fields. McMurry offers a wide variety of courses in most fields of edu- cation Among them arc such choices as Educational Psychol- ogy History and Philosophy of Education; Education for Life Ad- justment; and methods courses for teaching speech arithmetic and music. Audio-visual Education is also offered a study of the philoso- phy and practice of techniques and aids in audio-visual educa- tion. In Physical...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1955

Two Debate Teams Leave For Big Meets The War Whoop VOL. 32 JAMES GLASSCOCK New S-C Veep Glasscock Elected to Students elected James Glass- cock Wellington sophomore as vice-president of the student body m an election held Tuesday March 29. Other officers elected included two who were unop- posed in their respective races Betty Campbell of Lamesa War Whoop editor; and Bob Washam Sweetwater head cheerleader. The fields of president and sec- retary of the student council were narrowed to two candidates each in the Tuesday elections. Gene Bonny Pampa junior and Milt Chester Stroudsburg Pa. junior If sfi'jHMPNjfe v lBSSSSSSSlSi.!1M(NF llBSSSl PS-T BBSLw iiMBSBBE- 30 McMurrians To Tour Old Mexico Approximetely 30 McMurry stu- dents and faculty members will leave the campus at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday for a five-day trip to Old Mexico sponsored by Los Indios McMurry Spanish Club. First night of the trip will be spent at Eagle Pass just across the border from Piedras Negras. On Thursday the gro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1955

ft THE WAR WHOOP Friday. April 1 IMS Abilene Garden Club Site Of Gamma Sigma Banquet "The Enchanted Garden" was the theme of Gamma Sigma's an- nual spring banquet held Mar. 19 at the Abilene Garden Club. The room was decorated to re- semble a garden enclosed by a white picket fence. Setting also included a small foot bridge a pink wishing well and silver trees with angel hair covering. Special guests attending were the sponsor Miss Beth Myatt; Miss Lula B. Myatt Mrs. ' Phil Chappel Mrs. Elsie Robinson. LETTER TO THE EDITOR Thanks A Million As director of the McMurry Band I wish to thank with all the sincerity at my command the students the faculty and the administrative staff for all the encouragement and toler- ance extended us through prepration for and the actuality of our European tour. We feel very humble in being selected to represent you and West Texas and indeed our whole United States in meeting and playing for the many people abroad. Especially do we thank those who saw us...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 April 1955

THE WAR WHOOP Paa 3 Tommy Ellis Hired As Basketball Coach Fridar. April 1. 1155 Fly in High Br Allon Kit Four McMurry men demonstrated last Saturday after- noon what can be done with a great deal of work and a will to win. Due to the loss of Jackie Luton track coach Joe Burk had only four runners to compete in the West Texas Relays at Odessa. Any school would have been proud of the performance turned in by this group. Thay Ran a Good Ract Jerry Reynolds placed fourth in the 100-yard dash then went on to take part in four relays. Reynolds came from behind to give the Indians second in the 440 relay. Kirby Lacky who has been taking bruises along with the football team in spring training did not let that bother him as he took part in four running events during the after- noon. Billy Ray Atkins a senior who has nothing to gain by working out for track but does it just because of his love of competition turned in a fine performance in the many races that were necessary for him to run. Hu...

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

Paf 4 THE WAR WMOOr FrUT. kfU 1 IMS WMmacwmmammmBmmommammnKmmmKmam 51 BK9PP3Rt'4BB(SiiiNlBB9iBVf PBaJ'lafeS :5BBBBB l-w. isjfc. MPJfcMafa' kJ1 rMHHC ftgR'a 'MBiw''A -1 -LLLLLH tttjMl' BWfcliBfcjiiBiBi " ip$S JiBllit 1'bbbI ON BAND'S EUROPEAN TOUR In lht pictrtt abova (left to right) Prof. Bynum it givtn a naw Easter bonnat in Roma: Sam drops three Lira in lha fountain; and a McMurry foraoma takaa a Roman holiday. (Photoi by Samut'l Wonham world traveller). ZJIte (-at'd Call BY A Happy howde to you all from the Call. Promise: This is the last time the European trip will bo mentioned in the Call. I have been asked to -report on the trip but I couldn't possibly begin to tell you how wonderful it was in this short space. Most every- body Was concerned with our success over there so I'll say truthfully that we always went over real big in most cases. In Amsterdam we got a standing ovation. In England we got cur- tain calls. In Italy some 200 stu- dents met us after the concert and serena...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 April 1955

The War Whoop Attend The Track Meet Help The Indians Win VOL. 32 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS. APRIL 22. 1155 NO. 24 o OENE BONNY the new prexy Wesley Players to Join National Society Sunday McMurry's Wesley Players or Sanitation will be installed as Alpha Theta Chapter of the Na- tional Society of Wesley Players at 3 p. m. Sunday according to Jack Pflug president. Installation will be made by members of the Texas Tech chapter who are scheduled to arrive on the cam- pus Sunday at noon. Wesley Players was re-organized at McMurry in 1952 after hav- ing been disbanded for ten years. Before 1942 the McMurry group had been a national chapter. McMurry Enters 15 In TIPA Contest Several publications by Mc- Murry students are to be entered in competition of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association which is to hold its spring con- vention April 21-22 at ACC. The entries are: a news story by Thelma Neeper headed "Dr. O. P. Clark Leads Expansion Pro- gram;" a feature by Betty Camp- bell e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 April 1955

pi THtWAB WHOOP DkeCatoCatt Zk lAJar Whoops Cditoria li WJ Snon BY BAM Friday. ArU M. INS Military Prtpardntss In June this year the present draft bill expires. Con- gress will have to "decide in which way our armed forces will be supplied with manpower. They will have several choices. They can continue the present draft policy discontinue com- pulsory military training and make the service attractive enough that volunteers will fill the requirements of our de- fense program introduce universal military training or use a combination of the draft and U.M.T. Somr persons believe that the U. S. does not need a strong military force to assure all the world freedom but that we should increase our economic aid and other non- military programs. . ... These programs are important and necessary but with- out a military force all that is gained from these programs would be lost. The individuals in our government and defense depart- ment who are in possession of the facts and are in the best p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 April 1955

Friday. AfU tt IMS THE WAR WHOOP Pat $ WELDON BREVARD KIRBY LACKEY HUMBERTO MARTINEZ . . ." 'ir. BILLY ATKINS JERRY REYNOLDS fly in' High With Kite Lut Horn Mm! This afternoon will be the last chance you will have to see your track team in action here at McMurrv this season. The team has had a good year in comparison to McMurry's xracK teams in recent years. W. T. Stapler an all around athlete and the major point getter for the track squad in the last few seasons will be making his last performance before the home crowd along with Humberto Martinez our fine middle distance man and Billy Ray Atkins a dependable sprinter who are seniors. Intramural Program One of the most exciting and interesting events of our Intramural sports will take place next week; that is the an- nual track and field meet. The meet last year was highlighted by some close races and keen competition. The 880 yard run was one of the hottest contested events with Carl Anderson edging out Fred Shelton. The same two ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 April 1955

Pag 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. April 82. 1158 Kiva's Name At Wooten Hotel Banquet Mary Lou StinuKhnn was pic sented ns KIVA Sweetheart of IDAS nt tln club's spring banquet hold Inst Sntiudny evening at the Windsor Hotel Theme of the ban- quet was "Orchids in the Moon- liKht" Mrs StrniiKhan wife of club member Herbert Strnughnn was presented with a bouquet of oi- chids and a club swcatci bearing the KIVA emblem Ceiling of the banquet loom was covered with woven black and orchid crepe paper which ex- tended down the walls orchids were placed on the paper at var- ious places Tall white columns with clinging orchid vines stood in the corners; a scene at one end of the hall consisted of a tree iwith orchid vines beside a large silver moon. Banquet favors were leather traveling clocks engraved in gold with "Kiva 55". The welcome was given by Morris Hartgraves club presi- dent after which Milt Chester chaplain gave the invocation. The club's pledges presented a program. Special guests were Jo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 April 1955

"Hpfrie of The Bra ve" Ready For Opening The War Whoop VOL. 32 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS. APRIL SI. BjBjBjBjBjBjHBJ90KiHViBjBjBjBJiV. 9IKv!rlPBjBjkBjBjBjBjBjBjB BjBjBjBjBjBjBJIttKBlXIBjHk vv'MBBHHiiBR9jR9jR9jR9jR9jB SET FOR ACTION A. C. Sharp. Bob Wuhim and Shatidan Mallott art all tat for action and for th production "Horn of Th Brava" la to ba atagad In tha Radford Studant Llfa Cantar naxt Thursday thru Saturday nights May . (Photo by Frad McCraary). "Biggest and Best" Picnic Set Bv Student Council Fun a plenty will mark the an- nual all-school picnic to be held at the Abilene State Park this coming Tuesday. The faculty and students have this one day a year in which they really "whoop-it-Up" and if things run according to the usual order it should be a gala occasion. The annual event one of the putstanding highlights of the en- tire school year is being billed as DBE Banquets At Western Chevrolet Guests were welcomed to a banquet at the "Club Flamingo Flirt" last Saturday ev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 April 1955

a THE WAR WHOOP FrMay. Ajtil tl. IMS Cdito Is It Spring Ftvtr? Just about this time of year everybody gets that old ail- mentspring fever. What we can't understand is why a human beinc becomes so lifeless when it is really nature that comes to life. There is never a cleaner green than the fresh loaves nor more variety daffodils or irises: and what smell of the first honeysuckles? Even through our dense blanket of dust in West Texas these days the sense of smell and sight should do something to allov the old lethargy. And we have been told that every- thing has its compensations (Emerson). Also it has been said that variety is the spice of life. We ask you then where could you have more of a variety in weather than in West Tcxap? The only consistent thing about it is its inconsis tency. So perk up. Don't let Jan Free. Don't Miss Next Tuesday morning about 8 a. m. busloads and car- loads of McMurry students will head for Abilene State Park and the annual all-college picnic. Every stud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 April 1955

FrMar. April SI. 1ISS THE WAR WHOOP Pat 3 1 yHHHHHHT JHHHRH McM Indians Place Second In Big Quadrangular Meet McMurry placed second to ACC last Friday in a four way meet with H-SU and Howard Payne here at Indian Stadium ACC scored 58 points McMurry 40 Howard Payne 36 Vi H-SU30V McMurry's Jerry Reynolds was the outstanding performer of the day gaining a total of 11 points by" winning the 100 yard dash 220 yard dash anchoring the winning sprint relay team and running on the mile relay team Humbcrto Martinez gave the Indians another first by winning the 880 yard run McMurry's fine sprint relay team of Atkins Bre- vard Lacky and Reynolds placed WEIGHT MAN W. T. Stapler. Hamlin stnior gets ready to tots the discus. Stapler who is one of the big point getters for the Indian track taunt will throw the discus and shot-put at the Texas Con- ference metet next Thursday and Friday May 5-6 at Brownwood. Fly in' High With Kite McMurrj's little noticed golf team uhich will represent the school in...

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