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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 April 1955

Page 4 THE WAR WMOOP FrUay. AcU M. 1BW The Division of Science and Mathematics iafP'eH iHI LsfLsfLsfSEfcrcKiT7iH IPHHsflNl PPPPPPPe" JHwfc PPPb PPPPPPPk iPPPPPPI ' - PHIi K JpvfPl Ev -fsPliPPPPPl vl VJlPT M igpRagawS PPPPIPIPIPlEk & -PPPPPi PPPPPPPPPPflLi& 1PPT -LPPPPPPPPLH -i " mmfM ppppMErlp'' ) aR pppppppptpppppI Hki HhiLk' g M PPPiiPH ViBp pppH iXfiafl$twPM. 'bPPPI PPPPPPPPPPPPPR jH "- ppHpp mPTSPPs. PPPPPP PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP PBPPPPPPPVoflPPkiHBsiMKt' HHHHHBHHH flHHHHHB PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPJPJPj NORTON JONES . .. chemistry Scientiffic Much of our physical well-being many of the material things which add to our pleasure and comfort and many developments which permit us to enjoy a high living standard have their origins in the work of the scientist and the technologist. The United States has achieved its preeminence as a world power and maintains it largely as a result of its scientific and tech- nological ability. If our country is to keep this way of life and help other...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 May 1955

LIBRARY OF McMURRY COLLEGF ABJirNh. TTXAS The War Whoop SEE THE PLAY SEE THE PLAY TONIGHT TONIGHT VOL. 32 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE TEXAS MAY 6. 19S5 NO. 28 TVv i-KHV Mr OiXslHrlx x 'sbbbbbkbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb Bft SNyaaJBBaaBBB CAPT. TEDDY HARRIS Sweetheart Presented At Ko Sari Banquet Over 400-dozen red roses formed background for the spring banquet of Ko Sari social club last Saturday evening at the Wooten Hotel for 115 members pledges exes and guests. Theme for the occasion was "Tourna- ment of Roses." Highlight of the banquet was the presentation of Virginia Davis sophomore from Crosby- ton as Sweetheart. She was presented with a banquet of roses. Gilbert Elected Press Club Prexy Orland Gilbert sophomore stu- dent from Lockney was recently elected to head the Press Club for 1955-56. V Other officers elected were Jan Free vice-president; and Mary Nell Taylor secretary- treasurer. Both students are from Abilene. The Press Club was organized in 1923 under the direction of Miss Juli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 May 1955

Page 2 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. Mar 1M Jke War l4hoops Cditoria ti ZJhe (Sat's iaii vUeeltlu 3e jermon BY SAM History Its Functional Valut History is far more than mere facts; it is more of an in- sight into the processes of human life. To make it more simple by saying with Dr. William Sweet that "History is the mem- ory of a people." Here is implied that history has the same function for societv as memory has for the individual. Society even our own society today canot effectively function unless it has some knowledge of its own past any more than a person can function who h:is no memory. History makes no claim for furnishing a quick remedy for the world's present sickness. It deals with the long stream of man's record of trial and error of failure and success. History does not have a highly technical vocabulary for it uses only the King's English. Historv does have a functional value for students in McMurry College. In the first place the study of history forms an introduction to the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 May 1955

0 Friday May t. IMS THE WAR WHOOP Pate 3 Elected To ItedC-F Tejan Cunningham was elected president of the Christian Foun- dation in a meeting April 27. Peggy Campbell Nancy McLaren and Barbara McAlestcr were chosen to assist him as vice- president soorlnry and treasurer respectively. Other officers selected for next year include Keith Wiseman Christian Faith chairman and Bern Faye Spann Christian Faith co-chairman; Julie Massey chair- man and Carl Anderson co-chairman of Christian Citizenship; XTonrad Cherry and Margaret Anne Milikicn Christian Witness chairman and co-chaitman; Vir- ginia Davis and Nelson Smith Christian Outreach; Weldon Crowley and Joy Casscaux Chris- tian Fellowship. In charge of publicity are Mary Marcom and Julia Grove; publi- cations Rodney Williams Dwayne Blair and Grant Northcutt; pian- ist Betty Shcwbert; deputations Joyce Gound and George Coats. Last C. F. meeting for the year was held May 4 in the form of a picnic and outdoor worship ser- vice. A planning ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 May 1955

THE WAR WHOOP FtldT. MT MI ) 'hSBi 'BeBm&iw BV -sBaBH ' BtfwPiBBBr - ! BwkyHH VERNIE NEWMAN . . . history Alpha Pi Alpha Banquet Held In Drake Ballroom "Melody Land" was visited last Friday night by members and guests of Alpha Pi Alpha social club at the group's spring ban- quet. The banquet was held at the Drake Hotel. Entrance to the room was made through a golden gate inscribed with "Melody Lane" and thence through an archway covered with yellow roses and greenery. Yellow roses the club flower were also presented as bouton- nieres to all of the guests. A music staff made of black wood formed a fence around the banquet room. A glass wall of the room was framed with grey State Park Scene Of SR Club Picnic Senatus Romanus social club hosted a soak fry last Friday evening for members and guests. The outing was .held at Abilene State Park. Those attending were Don Cook Crcta Case; John Samuels Marlenc Goodgamc; Joe Yoho Sharon Goodrich; Bob Whitis Marcie Montgomery; Tommy Gleaton ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 May 1955

UBRARf Of- The War Whoop immi IitriRiral Resilts Se iter Will aid Prtphecy . . . Sat Fagta 4 and Sy iMPlffT in W VOL. 91 MeMUIWY COLLEGE ABILENE. TEXAS. MAY 19. 19S9 NO. 17 h Examination Schedule Monday May 1611 MWF 9-108 TT 2-5 Tuesday May 1710:30 TT 9-126 MWF 2-5 Wednesday May 189 MWF 9-121 MWF 2-5 Thursday May 1010 MWF 9-121 TT 2-5 Friday May 202:30 TT 9-122 MWF 2-5 All clan hours not listed on tkia tehtdulo aro to bo ar- ranged hy tho instructor. A doaraneo all from tho business off tea Is required boforo taking any examination. Press Club To Make 34 Awards Tomorrow Awards for outstanding work on the three school publications will be presented to 34 students at a final Press Club luncheon meeting to be held Monday. Milt Chester War Whoop edi- tor .will receive awards for work on both War Whoop and Totem. Elaine Graves Totem editior will receive an award for Totem work. Jan Free and Sharon Hughes first and second semester Galleon editors will receive Galleon awards. Barbara Swage...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 May 1955

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. May 13. MM Page t Cdito ria IS Ml Mil Mm Ml " fefechon6 of a J enior Vm i.inH T'm iTniiiLt. but I'm sorrv to leave." As the days which the senior has left on his college campus sift swiftly to hours the thoughtful student might wonder at what college has boon all about and what he might have done with it or let it do with him if he had it to do over again. I've had some upsets1 pains and adjustments but I am thankful that all of these were as difficult as they were. As we ro I'd kind of like to leave a little something. There's not muc'hthc senior can leave to those who are staying except advice and that usually isn't grade A but anyway that's the nuriviso of ;ill of tins. This then very briefly is what I would say to you stu dents who will be on me ucservauon in uiu iuiuiu. The Him 1nll wants you to live. God does use our stubborn selfish lives and we cannot be reany nappy unui nis purpose ma puwi'i and His peace are directing us. Cooperate with the program of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 May 1955

Friday May 13. IMS Th WAR WHOOP Paga 3 McMurry Student Teacher Receive Danforth Scholarships Carolyn Crider physical educa- tion instructor and Barbara Jones freshman student from Mulcshoo have received Dan- forth Foundation scholarship grants foi summer stud Di Harold G Cooke McMurry presi- dent has announced Miss Crider who has been a faculty member since her grad- uation from McMurrv in May 1954 was chosen as MeMurry'h rcpicsentativc to the third annual seminar on religious perspectives in college teaching The seminal will be held at Southern Methodist University June 27-July 16 Miss Cridei will be one of approximately 100 participants from colleges and Drama "Home Of The Brave" Proves Outstanding Success By ALFREDA RANKIN "Home of the Brave" a war drama presented May 6 7 and 8 in Radford Auditorium by Mc- Murry Theatre was received with standing ovations by its aud- iences The play which has as its sett- ing the South Pacific islands dur- ing the war was written by Authur Lauren...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 May 1955

Friday. Mar 13. IH1 Pago 4 THE WAR WHOOP 55 Senior Will (Editor's nolt: The following "shoulders coat" to. Frod Mc- wlll wit prepared by a commit- Crcary tee coniiitlng of Sheridan Mai- JOHN DICKEY wills his mem- lott chairman. Lowell Bynum. bcrship in Alpha Chi to Wamon Doris Millar. Mary Lou Odall. and Upchurch Kay Wabar. The War Whoop it JERRY ENGLISH wills his not reipontibla for any itatamant trick basketball shots to Stanley therein.) "Spider" White We the Senior Class of 1955 of BILL FIVEASH wills his valve McMuir CoIIokc being of sound oil to Don Hamilton mind as the result of soaking up J B FOWLER wills his curly culture from our learned teach- hair to Greg Mamikunian ers thtse four years and being TOMMY FRY wills all of his of healthy bodies due to our strcn- organ lead sheets to Mr Hlnkle uoub extra -auricular activities PATSY RUTH GREEN wills out under the bulliant sunlit sky her secretary's books to Sylvia and the dust-clear air of the West Texas Plains and realizing th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 May 1955

Friday Mir . INS THE WAR WHOOP Pi I Senior Prophecy (Editor noti Th follow- ing prophecies woro prepared by a committee consisting of Ed Cooper chairman Tax Clementi Jack Darnell; Owin Nunni Ruth Plcaios Nlta Smith and Druwood Net. Tha War Whoop It not re- tponalbl for any ttatamant therein.) Let's take a look at our world 20 years from now and sec what some of our old McMurry friends arc doing. BILLY RAY ADKINS has a job of national recognition as head man at Alcoholic Unanimous Association in Chicago. BERT and BABE AFFLECK ar expecting their fourth little missionary. Rev. Affleck is pas- tor at Radium Texas. WILLIAM EDWARD AM- MONS JR. also bought a Ph.D. from Texas University and is chairman of McMurry's Educa- cation Department. He has in- stalled a new course called Psy- choceramics that's where one crackpot examines another. ANNE ANDERSON has Just returned from BouginrUle whoro ah won hr sixth straight Ipana Smll contact. However sh doesn't use th tarn tth ah used to win th fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 May 1955

Tim WAR WHOOP Friday. Mar 19 IMS Page I JUeputalion ZJeamA ZJravet 7000 WiteA to 38 CLurcLd Seven thousand miles ... 38 churches . . . Ou students partici- pating . . . the record of Mc- Murry's depuntion program this year. Sponsored by Christian Foundation deputations arc ar- ranged by Peggy Campbell and Dwaync Blair co-chairmen and Dr. Lloyd D. Huff faculty spon- sor. Churches visited by deputation teams usually consisting of three to five McMurry .students and a faculty member include those in both Northwest Texas and New Mexico conferences. Deputation teams have served in many ways from painting pews to teaching Sunday School conducting wor- ship services and providing en- tertainment at parties. One trip was made on the Mc- Murry bus during which six teams went to six different towns in New Mexico the last team go- ing as far as Roswell. Said Dr. Huff "The purposes of the deputation teams arc several. In the first place deputation work brings about a sharing of Christian love a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 May 1955

FrMar. May H THE WAR WHOOP Pat 7 portd rsoundu t I f f r p By ORLAND GILBERT The McMurry Indians have compiled an impressive record in I the field of intercollegiate ath- letics during 1954-1955. ( Indians finished second in foot- ball and won the basketball cham- pionship of the Texas Conference. With the track meet scheduled for this week-end the Indians were not cast in the favorite role but promised to be strong con- tenders for the track title. The golf team should add an- other Texas Conference cham- pionship to the one won by the Indian cagcrs earlier in the year. The football team won six lost three and tied one game this year. They were runner-up to Howard Payne in the Texas Conference. Highlight of the year was the 13-6 victory over cross-town rival Chapel Features Senior Program S. C. Installation Abilene Christian College the first McMurry football victory in four years over ACC. Indian victories were over west Texas State Midwestern ACC California Poly Eastern New Mexic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 May 1955

THE WAJt WHOOP Friday. Mar 1. IU Six Honorary Degrees REV. WAYNE REYNOLDS REV. EARL NOWLIN BBWWIIbmBTBBBBBBBBBBj jBBBlBHjBjRBjmi W' Bb -""w v:ilBBBB v bbJ 'vviBW Mk x BBVk? Ai' iB 'BIBffc'!" - aWlv '"! BKAa&tiPBBB HPP'''PfSjF t MVVHVMM 4.3SSSSSSSSSSS1 .BalK. vRnblllKP SF BBBBBBsr's"'-; v cilH HhP$t iJBBk lAJeddina llSeild to IKina VVlanu llc By SARA NORMAN Several Indian couples are planning weddings for this summer. Many of them have set definite dates and made plans for these occasions but some are un- decided as to the exact date. Probably the frist wedding of the season will be that of Lylia Moore and Glenn Bennett. It will be May 22. Doneita Davidson and Jim Mac Luker will marry May 29. Nita Smith and James Miller have set June 14 as their date. Also in June are Judy Stinebaugh and Latham Miller whose date is June 3. Bobbie Williams and Dwain Pyburn have said theirs will be early June. Joanne Robinson and PRESIDENT HALL BOASTS NEW "MA" Thelma Thomas postgraduate student fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1955

Building Fund Surges Upward McMurry College's $800000 development fund campaign for the building of two new buildings on the campus has passed the quarter-mark and is nearing success according to co-chairmen of the drive J. M. Willson and S. M. Jay. with large donations by tnree Abilene businessmen totaling $75000 the- $200525 mark was hit several weeks ago. The three Abilene businessmen and Mc- Murry supporters were A. B. Bar- row E. R McDaniel and Jay. Construction on a $450000 girls dormitory and a new $350000 classroom building is expected to get underway in the near future. Both new buildings are to be ready for occupancy at the be- gining of the 1956 fall term. Headquarters for the campaign that is to be completed Oct. 1 has been set up in downtown Abilene. The drive for the new buildings is being carried on throughout the Northwest Texas and New Mexico Conferences. Each district superintendent and an outstanding layman arc acting as co-chairmen of their district in the solici...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1955

f Pag 2 THE WAR WHOOP Friday 8p!nbr II. IMS o RedmentoOpenSeasonAgainstGusties t TJ B David Sullivan Bob Hardin The McMurry Indians leave today by chartered airplane for their first ijamc They will fly to St. Paul Minnesota to meet the Golden Gusties of Gustavus Adolphus. Last year the Indians trounced the Gusties 31-6 at Homecoming. Three of the tribe hatchet-men who contri- buted a touchdown each to that victory are back again this year. They are Elroy Payne senior fullback and candidate for Little Ail-American honors tailback Wcldon Brevard and Kirby Lackey. Joe Bill Fox McMurry senior quarterback who com pleted 8 of 17 passes for 103 yards and one touchdown in last year's Gusties fense. game is back to guide the Indian wiiig-T of- Sport aj . . QUAKItK HlflfelHHk bbbbbY sa bLbbBbbk. JR. McM COACHING TRIO COX. BURK. ELLIS Indian Coaching Staff Features New Talent Tommy Ellis recently of Mer- kel High School is the third new addition to McMurry's coaching staff since 195"4 joining ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1955

Friday September II. ItSS THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 How They Come d DEVOTIONAL In tht Beginning God-? When God planned this uni- verse of ours He so made it that we would have opportunities to start over again and again. He made the nights to come between the dnys and so each day is for us a fresh new beginning. Perhaps He also planned for that season we call summer to fall between the end and the bo ginning of regular school years so that we can all start each new year with new opportunities and new challenges. At least that's the way I like to think about it. We arc now at one of those beginnings. I wonder will we begin anew to strive to witness for Christ as Christian students? Christ isn't looking at you for what you WERE He sees you as the highest that you can BE- COME; He isn't holding the past before you to cause you to stum- ble He has prepared a clean slats for you to use in this new begin- ning. There are many avenues of ser- vice right here on our campus working in Christian F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1955

rw 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. ttMnbw II. IMS BONNY TO HEAD COUNCIL OFFICERS Leading McMurry's student body for 19SS-S6 as Student Council officers arc Gene Bonny Pampa senior president; James Glasscock Wellington junior vice-president; Sylvia South Abi- lene junior secretary-treasurer; Bob Washam Sweetwater junior head cheerleader; and Betty Campbell Lamcsa senior War Whoop editor. Class representatives arc Milt Chester Stroudsburg Pa. sen- ior; Orland Gilbert Lockney junior; and Don Yarbrough Wes- laco sophomore. Dr. Joseph E. Roemtr Dr. Roemer Dies July 1 in Florida Dr. Joseph E. Roemer profes- sor of elementary education at McMurry until his retirement June 1 1055 died July 1 in Lees- burg Fla. at the age of 70. Funeral for Dr. Roemer was held in Bowling Green Ky. where he was reared. He was born Sept. 25 1884 at Sugar Grove Butler County Ky. A teacher since 1903 Dr. Roe- mer was the retired dean of Pea- body Teachers College Nashville Tenn. former president of the Southern Associat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 September 1955

The War Whoop ABiUNt :exas SFP- ; 1955 VOL. 33 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS. SEPTEMBER 23 1ISS No. 2 ? 4M ' a iKnir statBav B tf bbbbbbbbbbbbbbV . Jft bbbbbbbbbbbm B fH vvu .bbbbbbbbbI CHEERLEADERS FORM TOTEM POLE Hay Martin does an Iadlaa dance around the Indian totem poto formed by Barbara Shot. Rita WatMns. Jimmy AmaM. mm Bob Waakasa. It's all part of a yell and Ik facmattea will a eaan attorn at. faatkaU games. (Staff phot by Fred McCreary). Chanters Begin Year With Chapel Appearance Already off to a big start this semester the McMurry Chanters directed by Dr. Richard C. von Ende had their first public ap- pearance in chapel Tuesday. They were a part of the rejcessional and processional as well as leading the student body in hymns and a call to worship. For the anthem they sang "Thou Knowest Lord the Secrets of Our Hearts" by Pur- cell. Positions in the Indianaires male quartet will be open with try-outs under the direction of Francis Hinkel accompanist for Chanters Dr. von E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 September 1955

Friday. Ssptembet 23. 155 Page 2 THE WAR WHOOP Tribe Wins First Test; Faces Tough Buffaloes Fox Leads McM To 13-0 Victory With the sensational run- ning and passing of quarter- back Joe Bill Fox leading the attack the McMurry Indians initiated the 1955 season by ripping Gustavus Adolphus 13-0 last Saturday in St. Paul Minn. With the Gustics' defense set to stop the running of Indian candidate for Little AU-Amen-can Elroy Payne Fox was the outstanding player in the inter- state contest scoring one touch- down and passing 31 yards to end Tommy Watkins for another. Fox also was a master in the field general's slot. Welkins alto recovered a Guttle fumblt tote! up on of the Tribe touchdownt. Buddy Forntt senior wlngback and formtr All - Texas Confer- ence selection made a tenia- tional running catch adding speculation that the Indiant will have a good patting game led by Payne and Wei- don Brevard tailback. Brilliant line play by the In dian forward wall of tackles Grant Teaff and Charle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 September 1955

Friday. September 23. IMS THE WAR WHOOP Pag 3 lAillid lAJorks travels A chanpc acquaintance while in Littlclicld on Chanter tour last vcar was the basis for a visit in Bcrchtcsgadcn Germany this summer for McMurry senior Bruce Willis of Lubbock A Gormen boy he met in Littlc- f icld told him ' If you're ever in Germany look up my family" Not long afterward Willis actually was in Germany preparing for four weeks' work in Quicrschied Sarr (a small countrj between GeT.any and France) He went to Bcrchtesgadcn found the boys family and spent a week with them They gave him ad- dresses of other relatives through- out Europe many of whom he later visited In the Sarr Willis was one of 28 ouths from 10 nations who made up the ecumenical work camp whose task it was to land- scape a Lutheran church Be- DEVOTIONAL Where to Next? This is the time of year when almost everywhere young men and women can be seen walking around with dazed looks on their faces With new buildings to find and classes to m...

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