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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 September 1955

Page 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday Saptemb 23. US! 3 octet y Wah Wahtaysee Tea Honors Club Pledges Wah Wahtaysee held its annual invitational tea in the Faculty Lounge of Radford Memorial building Sept. 20 at 6 pm. Punch and pookies were served to 34 prospective members Members present were Ginger Walker Pat Kelly Jan Free Mary Nell Taylor Helen Fry Marilyn Clements Myra Moody Gaylc Crowder Patsy Bingham and Miss Christopher. Those pledging membership Into Wah Wahtaysee were: Ella Hill Sherry West Barbara Wil- son Terry Capps Jane Johnson Gladys Ponce Arva Adams Nevelyn Crawford Shirley Goo- dall Jan Osborn Mary Jo Med- ley Joy Causseaux Joyce Gound Linda Adcock Margaret Anne Milikicn Virginia Davis Eliza- beth Browning. Julia Grove Pat Mason Mary Ida Jackson Barbara McAlister Watermelon Party Given for Juniors Watermelons were furnished for a junior class get-together fol- lowing the evening service at Aldcrsgate Methodist Church Sunday by the sponsors Perma Rich and Preston Clark and Mr....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 September 1955

SEP 3 o 195 ABILCNE TEXW Price Leads Slate Of Slime Officers Tomm Pi ice Lubbock fresh- mm was elected president of the freshmen class in an election held Tuesda Sept 26 in the administration building Price de featcd Floyd Sackett of Pampa and Richard Tucker of Andrews in the race for president Elected to urn with Prlca wera Danny WUt Hobbt. N. M.. vie pratidant; Jackitf Duncan. Abllana. lacratary- treasurari and Danny Solo- mon. Tulla. student council repratantatlva. Dormitory Council Set Up in Gold Star A dormitory council has been elected for the purpose of setting up a self-government program for the girls in Gold Star ' They will make the dorm rules and answer any questions that might come up with the executive council having final authority on such matters" states Freida Har- rington president "The council will also relieve the hostess of a great deal of responsibility " Two representatives from each upperclassman floor and one from each freshman floor were elected to serve on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 September 1955

Friday. September 30. 1855 Page 2 THE WAR WHOOP Buffaloes Slide Past Indians In Muddy 6-0 Game at Canyon A stubborn Indian team I favf un one touchdown in the last period in losing to the West Texas State Buffaloes Saturday in a game played at Canyon. The Buffaloes were near pay dirt several times during' the first half but the McMurry I rinfnno .iiffcnod to hold the I opponents short of the double stripe. Thi- West Texas touchdown came in the first pail of the last quarter on a 45-yard gallop by Bubba Hillman Buffalo quarterback who had been run- ning the ball most of the night to minimic the possibility of fumb- ling The try for extra point by Archie Souter was wide. Even though the quarterback- baiking of Bob Hayworth and John McCrary proved adequate in the absence of Joe Bill Fox McMurry's offense gamed only five first downs. Buddy Forties was receiver of a 17-yard past comple- tion the only one of the night on the muddy Buffalo field. . Weldon Brevard was top In- dian ground ga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 September 1955

"Friday. September 30 1955 THE WAR WHOOP Pager 3 I Campus Calendar Fii Sept 30 Forum (noon) Kivh picnic Sat Oct 1 Football Sul Ross Alpine Sun Oct 2 Weslcv Players 4pm Mon Oct 3 Volunteers (noon) Wah Wahtaysee 6pm Kappa Phi rush part Tuts Opt 4 Circle K (noon) German Club 6pm dcbite 8 p m Alpha Pi Alphi rush pirt Wed Oct "v Christiin Foun dalion 6 10 p m Alphi Psi Omegi 8 15 p m ThuiN Oct 6 Christian Foun dition council (noon) Stnte Hos pital cntirtunment project 6 p m social club meeting Fi i Oct 7 Forum (noon) Kappn Phi picnic Sit Oct 8 Football Mid western University Wichita Falls. DEVOTIONAL Your Life: A Flame Here on the McMurrv campus there is something that many of us have never felt before It is an inward desire to live and wit- ness for Christ vet it is outward in the sense that we want to do our best at all times This feeling is like a hot coal that is ready to burst forth into a bright flame Each ash that flics from the fire could start a new flame where it lands But this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 30 September 1955

Pago 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday September 30. 19SS NEW ADDITIONS TO McMURRY STAFF Verelda Jean John- son left is acting head of women's physical education. Virginia B. Saddler right is assistant librarian. Both were appointed to their positions at the beginning of the fall term. Deadline Today eat to rJjrot Addy CA J4cre's J4ow f-uu Attendance tant e a Kourie! rCute. les By Judy Horle For anyone thinking about dropping or adding courses here is the low down By the way to- day is the last day to drop a course or if you're really ambi- tious to add one For a drop you must first go to the registrar's office and ob- tain a drop slip Next have the teacher whose class you wish to drop -sign it On this slip be sure to give your reason for wishing to drop After doing this take it to the Dean who will look it over and approve it Students wishing to take on another class must first get per- mission from the teacher whose class they wish to enter If room can be made for you take the m- stiuctor's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 October 1955

The War Whoop Mcfflui ftiUlU TF-XAS Pr' VOL. 33 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE TEXAS. OCTOBER 7. 19S5 Fish Flag Fiies 24 Hours For First Slime Success McMurry students were stunned (upperclassmcn) and full of joy (freshmen) when announcement came Tuesday m chapel that the slimes had succeeded in nying ineir nag Although plans naa oeen un . First All -School Party Scheduled October 14 An M G put fust ill Dottic FIod and Milton Chcs- M.I100I put this vui will be tcr aic en chiiimen fnt the pit t No held in the social hill of Had Nelson Smith is clminnn of the foid Mctnouil b the Si nioi I dciotation committee Jan Free iChss is chmrmin of icfrcshnicnts and ' Just wlnt the MG st nds foi j Imogcnc Ii itc is publicin clmr. w ill be kept secret until the part I mi is held Oct 14 at 7 30 p m All John Dims senior diss picsi- ccnts that will take place during . dent said he expects a large the part w ill also rcmnn a sec I ret turnout for this big M G secret event derway for some time action be- ga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 October 1955

THE WAR WHOOP Friday October 7. 1155 McM Indians Skin Sul Ross Lobos 18-12 Pagt 2 Sullivan Blocks Hayworth Runs For First Score The McMurry Indians skinned the Sul Ross Lobos by a score of 18-12 Saturday night in Alpine. Elroy Payne McMurry candi- date for Little All-American was big gun for the Indians going 173 yards in 23 carries. Very few times was the Lobo forward wall able to hold the big Indian for a gain of less than five yards. The tribe defense was again outstanding in holding Sul Ross to a gain of only 47 yards on the giound. Era Corley and Bill Houston stood out for the Indians. Corley worked his way into the backficld several times to throw the Lobos for a loss. Other play ers who figured in losses for the i Lobos were Payne Charles Mote and Houston. Bobby Hayworth and John Mc- Creary shared the quarterback role due to the continued ab- sence of Joe Bill Fox. Hayworth accounted for McMurry't first touchdown by intercepting a Lobo pass and outrunning the defend- ers for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 October 1955

! Friday. October 7. 1155 THE WAR WHOOP Page" 3 Experts on Members Arc you an authority on rctub- lng toothpaste or making French- fried icebergs? If vou are and if Vou're a Rood speaker there mn be a place for you in McMurrj s Speakers Bureau What's that' Ah I'm glad you asked The Speakers Bureau is made up of McMuiry students who prepare and give speeches to service elubs women's clubs high schools and other organisa- tions located within a 'i'i mile radius of Abilene Since the Bu reau began its services in the spring of 1054 it has expanded and improed and now includes about ten speeches given bv six people who donate then sor- ices fiee of chiij'o Gieg Mimikuman of Bigdad Iraq one of last eus most popular speakers ietuin- tins Vcar with a new speech on the rise of nationalism as shown in the Bindunj Confeiince is well IN ALPINE Sanderson High Band Represents McMurry A 40 member high school band from a hif.li school of approxi- mateK 80 students traveled 85 miles from Sandeison t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 October 1955

Page 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. October 7. IMS Hg&fllgigflggflgggggggggrftBaaaHBB' WgHnHHj"' t jHhhhhhj KBvA ! H kSHHHl jMBt ' .iBB uflHHH' ggggggBggSHHHHH rP w. ? tSf ' - ;s;?fiH gLLLHi H hHHT F 1 WNHf( i sHi;liaB aHHIfl FllY 4' -L " t f?'ia)r' rW fgggggM BBtiJBBBI s- t BBFjBBBjitBMBll yBMBlBRBMBiBTBMBMRIBMBB' LEADERS OF McMURRY MAIDEN TRIBES Theia five Maidens are pretidenU of ih women's ocial clubt on In campus. They are. left to right Shirley Wheat TIP: Elra Lou Dunklin. Alpha Pi Alpha: Janut Penn. Gama Sigma; Ginger Walkar. Dalta Bala Eptilons Imogana Prica. Kappa PhL (Staff Pholo by Frad McCrtfary). Ljiri of tne Iflontk flew routes Explained bu aLJormitoru (council V A Girl of the Month will be selected each month from Gold Star Dormitory by the girls in Gold Star. This was decided in a dorm meeting Sept. 22. A committee appointed by Fre- ida Harrington president and made up of Sherry West Margaret Milikien and Carol Campbell drew up the following character- istics as a basis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 October 1955

OCT 1 4 1955 4 i "Game of the Year" Set For 8:00 P. M. Saturday By John Grable One of the bittereit rivalries in football will be resumed tomor- row nightas the annual Mc-Murry-Abilcnc Christian Col- lege game unreels at 8 p. m. in Fair Park Stadium before an expected standing room - only crowd. During the years the Indians have returned from their 22 hunt- ing parties with nine victory scalps hanging from their belts while the Wildcats have returned victorious on 13 occasions. This year members of the Rerervation an hoping in repeat performance of she 13-t defeat handed the Wildcats last year as the In- dians rolled forward behind she sensational running of fullback Elroy Payne. In last year's game Payne rushed for 111 yards more than the total ACC yardage. This year's game promises to be a toss-up as neither team is fav- ored to win. The Indians how ever are out to boost their sea son record to 4 wins and 1 loss. So far this season McMurry has a 3-1 record while ACC has a Win 1-Ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 October 1955

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 October 1955

FrMay. OetabH 14. 1UI THE WAR WHOOP Pgl Classes Baby -Sitting Make Life Interesting for Chubbs By Mirth How do you suppose a couple with an eleven-month-old baby would manage to attend college? Ask Jack and Martha Chubb. Jack first attended McMurry in 1950 and left the summer after his junior year (when he was class favorite) to serve in the navy. This year with his wife and small son he is back to com- plete his education. Martha who took a medical technician's course during her naval career is taking freshman English and math and several sophomore subjects. Jack and Martha met at Great Lakes where they were both stationed. He took his boot train- ing there and remained to partici- pate in athletics (track). They were married in February 1953 on a weekend pass. After leaving the navy they decided to come to McMurry he to finish his education; she to begin hers. The problem was how to man- age tiny Jack Jr. and classes too. Thtey managed to get classes at different times so that one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 October 1955

Pat 4 THE WAR WHOOP Social 14 n i rl By Helen Fry Alpha Pi Alpha Members of Alpha Pi met in the home of Mrs. J. F. White club sponsor Oct. 6. After a pic- nic supper consisting of roasted wciners and all the trimmings a business meeting was held to pet plans undciway for the club's homecoming activities. Delta Beta Delta Ueta Epsilon met Thurs- day night to discuss preparations Jappa f-ki J4oldA f-'icnic Kappa Phi's annual fall picnic was held at the home of Miss Maybelle McDamel 1202 Elm- wood Drive Oct. 7. Those attending enjoyed a scavenger hunt a program given by several members and pledges and a picnic supper. Members and dates present were: Imogcnc Price Charles Hastings; Elizabeth Tannahill Dud Reynolds; Elwanna Latham Durwood Neie; Sarah Casey Del- bcrt Allred; Faye Lowcry Buster Lowcry; Wanda Lou Steele Don Dennis; Ann Matlock Alton Kite; Audrey Carver Bob Newman; Zclma Strickland Nelson Smith; and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Yar- borough. Pledges and dates were: Pat Mason Alfred B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1955

i ujj Indians Win Grid Classic Second Time on ; McMurry Wins 13-6 Over ACC By Alton Kite The mighty Indians' of McMurry College subdued the Wildcats of Abilene Christian College 13-6 Saturday night at Fair Park Stadium. The Christians from McMurry trailed at the half by six points but struck back the last half for two touchdowns and one extra point. A break in the defense struggle came early in the second quarter when Leondous Fry returned a punt to the Mc- Murry 28; from there Allen Merritt carried to the nine. Fry booties-zed to the one when Goad punched over for the score. Fry's placement was blocked by Ezra Corley Early in the third perold Corley recovered a Wildcat fumble on the ACC 24 to set up McMurry's first touch- down From the 24 it was El- roy Payne and Weldon Bre- vard down to the 12. Joe Bill Fox hit end Tommy Watkins for the six points. Robert Baker's try for extra point was blocked. Early in the1 fourth quar- ter McMurry took over the ball on the ACC 37 whan Fry waa f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1955

THE WAR WHOOP Friday October 21. 1S5 pt a Indians Meet Mustangs In California Saturday The McMurry Indians will leave at 8am Friday in two chartcud airplanes of American Flyers for a clash with California Poly's Mustangs in San Luis Obispo Calif The R.ime will pit two of the nation's top small college teams The Mustangs undtr Coach Le Roy Hughei were unde- fied in lheir first five out- ings this year. They have four dangerous runners in half- backs Rudy Brooks and Dan Delgado fullback Marijon An- High School Athletes Will Visit McMurry For October 29 Game The athletic department of Mc- Murry College will play host to an expected several hundred area high school athletes and their coaches at the McMurry-Eastern New Mexico game Oct. 29 at 8 p m at Indian Stadium The game will be MpMurry's first home appearance and wil open Texas Conference play for the Indians. It promises to be a close and hard-fought thriller. Up-and-coming Eastern and Mc- Murry both have registered nar- row victori...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1955

Friday. October 21. 1955 THE WAR WHOOP Ptfftf 3 DEVOTIONAL C- a m p u 6 C-1 u a 6 - Christian Foundation Christian Foundation program lor Oct. 26 will explain the Christ- mns project for American In- dians sponsored by the National MSM. Forensic Club Don Hunt senior speech major was clcpted president of Forcn- sics Club Tuesday Oct. 4. Don Rcavis junior was elected vice- president and Marcie Montgom- ery sophomore was elected secretory-treasurer. At a meeting held Oct. 11 the girls on the debate team made five-minute speeches on the na- tional debate topic guaranteed annual wage in proportion for the women's tourney at Texas University Nov. 18-19. Members of the debate tram are: Hon Hunt O.ivl.l Itnirmv Jimmy l-Vrshcy Tommy lli atim Hen Wanes rin Iti'iivls Jrny Franst M.-milil CtimiitiKlmm Tlinniiis lstiill toiiln Horr'. Uli WIiIIIk Jimmy Jur- murln John Ifnll Murrlp MonlKomcry l.llllnn Jptrr Aiva Adams l)ona Hrarkpn Hetty lYIxwrll Nnncy Dlck- non Shlrlry Wnrd MhihIiii CoekriOl. F. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 October 1955

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. Ociobe 21. IMS Pag 4 Social By Helen Fty Delia Beta Delta Beta met it seven o'clock in the basement of Radford Mrs Buford Hinds was installed as club mother Committee reports on the picnic Saturday Oct 22 were heard Homecoming commit- tees were appointed and the Chicken Shack was selected for the supper at homecoming TIP Thursday Oct 13 TIP discussed homecoming plans The place for homecoming exes' supper has been changed from Mack Eplen's Cafeteria to Iris Graham Dining Hall Mrs Carl Spence president of the TIP exes and Mrs Avis Altman TIP ex were present at the meeting TIP is planning for the biggest homecoming yet Alpha Pi Alpha Members of Alpha Pi held an initiation service Oct 13 in the home of Mrs J F White The three pledges taken in were Wanda Williams Nanpy Craw- ford and Billie Long Following Senior LladA 5pon5or6 r Homer Ljoo&e' J-arty Some J00 students faculty and adnumstiation members crowded into Radford Student Life Cen- ter Friday night Oct 14...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 October 1955

V McMurry Homecoming Set for Nov. 4-5 Exts Indians Popoosts Will Gathtr for Event In Annual Tepee Village McMurry College's authentic Indian Homecoming will bring to- gether all ex-Indians as well as present Indians and Papooses for the Howard Payne-McMurry foot- ball game an Indian Band con- cert club-ex gatherings and numerous parties. These are just a few of the ac- tivities that will take place Nov. 4-5 on the Reservation. The McMurry Student Council it in charg of arrangement! for the two-day Indian gathering. Gene Bonny. S-C president U general chairman hile the rest of the Council members are act- ing as special committee chair- men. The Humble Oil and Refining Company wil be taking pictures of this year's Homecoming to be shown on the TV program "Texas In Review." The schedule of activities is: e Homecoming Schedule FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 8:00 A. M. Opening Cere- mony Radford Audi- torium. 9:00 A. M. Erection of Tee- pees. 7:00 P. M. Coronation of Chief McMurry Res- ervation Prin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 October 1955

Friday October 21 18SS Pag 2 THE WAR WHOOP Indians Boost Season Record By 23-13 Win Over Cal Poly -1 fornia Poly fumble on lha Muitang 32. Elroy Payn and Weldon Brevard moved the ball to the 16. Than Jo Bill Fox hit Tommy Watkint with a touchdown past. Baker's extra point attempt was wide. The second touchdown drive McMurry Indians defeated the California Poly Mustangs 23-13 Saturday night in San Luis Obispo before a homecoming crowd of 0000. The Indians built up a good 20- point lead during the first half i... t.rwi in i-4itit nff fi firprl tin 11111 """ '" "" " " " .... . jl. At in;- Mustang eleven .he last half to was uu- u -;; - lime 11 was i-uyuc bhivmu nnu Buddy Fornes moving the ball for the Indians. Fornes carried over from the 1 yard line. Payne's ex- tra point try was good and the Indians lead 13-0 with 3:40 still remaining in the opening period. Watkins intercepted a Mustang pas sto set up McMurry's second touchdown. Bobby Hayworth in for Fox at quarterback picked up good...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 October 1955

Friday. October 21. 1I5S THE WAR WHOOP Peg 3 Homecoming Dates from 1927; A Colorful McMurry Tradition Start of the first annual home coming came Nov. 10 1927 in the old auditorium in the adminis- tration building. Miss Julia Lukcr delivered the welcoming address in the ab- sence of the president of the college and dean. Marches and pep rally music issued from the band and the hustling football team decked out in uniform re- ceived their introductions from Coach R. M. Medley. Arlie Garner acting president of the exes in Mrs. Leo Tucker's absence led the exes in a yelling and cheering contest with the ' student body directed by Alfred Freeman now pastor of First Methodist Church Wichita Falls. After the pep rally the foot- ball team scalped the Daniel Bak- er Hill Billies winning confer- ence championship. When 1928 rolled around the exes led by Wiley Caffey present Abilene judge assumed respon- sibility for a barbecue for all persons attending homecoming. In 1929 Howard Miller acted ...

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