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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 October 1955

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. October 31. IMS DEVOTIONAL Page 4 GO. CROWLEY. GO Orland Gilbert. Peggy Campbell and Wayne Smith cheer Weldon Crowley on during the first lap of the sophomore-Junior peanut-pushing race last Friday at noon. Junior class officers pictured above lost the race to the sophomores. Reason for the race: the senior class won Thursday's voting contest with the biggest percentage (87.65 per cent) of voters in the Chief McMurry- Reservation Princess election. Juniors were close behind with 87.82 per cent: sophomores with only 95 voting were third with less than 80 per cent. (Staff photo by Fred McCrcary-. c a in p u 5 p Christian Foundation "Here comes Santa Claus . . . " will bo the souk CF'crs will sing Nov. 2 when the Christmas party for American Indians is held. Recreation starts at 6:30 p. m. and the program at 7 in Radford social hall. A filmstrip is in- cluded. He sure to check the Religious Activities Bulletin Hoard in the Administration Building for the list of a...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 November 1955

The War Whoop Football Game Is H-C Climax VOL. 33 Religious Emphasis Services Set For McM Nov. 8-1 1 McMuny's annual Religious Emphasis Week will be held next week Nov. 8-11 according to Dr. Harold G. Cooke president of Mc- Murry College. Speaker will be Dr. Edmund Kirby District Superintendent of the Pampa District. Services will begin Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in Radford Student Life Center. Services Wednesday through Thursday will be held al 9:30 in the morning and 7:30 each evening with the final ser- vice scheduled for Friday morning at 9:30. The meetings which are open to the general public are meant to increase the spiritual growth and outlook on the campus. Chemistry Lab Manual Written By Dr. Jones A new chemistry laboratory manual for college freshmen co- authored by Dr. W. Norton Jones Jr. head of McMurry's Chemis- try Department is scheduled for publication in November by the William C. Brown Co. of Du- buque Iowa. Co-author of the manual is Dr. Morris F. Stubbs head of the D...

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

Friday. November 4 IflSS Pat 1 THE WAR WHOOP Cditoriatd Indian Customs Slime Traditions Have Grown With Reservation What Homecoming Means To Me Kl.l.A llll. I.- llomiM'inniiijr is more tlinn tin most import -nut rvcnt "f tin 'iir. It means so nnieli to mi us it .Iocs to iill r.tuilints tlmt t'V .Minn to .McMurry. We an proud to feel that u are a siniill part of something so uuuil in life -tlmt is. Me- Murr. its teachers its Kes and its traditions. 'I'OM.MY TRICK 1 cannot snv exactly wlmt llnmeeomiiig means in Mi lmt I can nixi my lio)is for this activity 1 hope tlmt tliis Mill In- tin most successful Iloinecominir ever. I have never seen nnil never hope to see a hetter spirit in any college nn where ... .IOIIN DAVIS UomeiMim'mji is the tune of working anil co- openuinir with my fellow linlians. As a student. 1 want the responsibility ami privilege of showing our Exes that they are .....I......... ...ii i lui t .mi- vtmli'iit luwlv still has the lovaltv. friend liness and hitrh stand...

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

Friday. Novatnbtr 4. ItSS THE WAR WHOOP Pag 3 s MinUtm' WItm Tuesday Oct 25 at 8 p m in the hornet of the cv. and Mrs. Dallas Denison wives of Mc- Murry ministerial .students had their first official meeting Fdna Ililey was elected prcsl- n dent Joan Barrett vice-president and upoilu Ann Chester socie-tary-lreasurcr Frances Quiett program chairman and historian Jocc Mote worship chairman June Wilson recreation chairman Mrs Denison was elected a sponsor the other sponsor will be a faculty member Meeting time was set for sec- ond and foiuth Tuesdays at 7 30 p m Next meeting will be at the Radford building Nov 8 Alpha Chi Alpha Chi initiated 12 m w mem- bers in a special cuemonv Mon- day night at 8 30 p m in Rad- ford Faculty Lounge New numbers are Wune Crawford Dill Pierce Ch.irlnc Williams Wane Smith Pegg Campbell Carolyn Teaff Mari- ln Teaff Charles Shaw Lucy Konmdv Bertha Patterson Gaylo Crowdtr and Patsy Bing- ham Slvia South is to bi iniat- ed at a later date In addition to initi...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. NoTmbr 4. 1IS5 Pag 4 MoAfu 25 CNM14 0 Indians Trample Greyhounds In 1955 Conference Debut By ALTON KITE The McMurry Indians defeated the Eastern New Mexico Univer- sity Greyhounds 25-0 Saturday night in their Texas Conference debut for the 1955 season. The Indians were slow in com- ing to life and led by only six points at the half but with full- back Klroy Payne halfbacks Wcl- don Brevard and Kirby Lackey eating up yardage McMurry over- powered the Greyhounds in the last half. Payn McMurry'i Little All-American candidal gain- ed 144 yard and wat the game't top rusher. Lute in the first quarter the Indians took over the ball on their own 20. Ernie Davis Bre- vard and Tolivcr moved the ball down to the ENMU 10 yard line. On the 3rd down Tolivcr took the bull from quarterback Joe Bill Fox and went 10 yards into the end zone for McMurry's lone touchdown in the first half. Baker missed the try for extra point. Early in the third quarter Hod- Res Grayhound halfback ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 November 1955

Friday. Novtmbtr 4. IMS THE WAR WHOOP Pag S NEW PLAYERS ADD STRENGTH TO McMURRY RESERVES Pictured above are four play- art new to this year' team who hava Man action in several garnet this year. They are (left to right): Ernie Davit. Jam Boyd Herthel Roach. Don Flippin. Sideline Slants By Jimmy Arnold Wc now have a 6-1 record one of the best records of any col- lege around here. But let's not pat ourselves on the back already. Just because we have a Home- coming game this weekend is no sign wc can't be beat. The spirit and interest was ter- rific at the ACC game but it dropped quite a bit last Saturday night. Let's start on the road up again Indians and show our Exes and our Homecoming crowd how proud we are of our school and football team. Maybe there hasn't been enough unity between the freshmen and the upperclassmen. Freshman traditions arc fine; let's keep them going but let's also keep a mutual interest alive. Wc can never reach the same goal if wc go in two different direction...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. Novwnlwr 4. IMS Pag 6 J& Afs t liV 'ar S?JM'' DftJ v t f ' S v v V BIW15"- :' 'i'y-t T Counciletter By JAMES GLASSCOCK An estimated 2. 000 students from art a schools are expected to visit Tepei Village Friday after- noon and to lcctive headbands advertising the VYVS MeMurry College Homecoming Letters of invitation have been sent to ap- proximately 20 schools in and mar Abilene "Howdy' week began Tuesday of this week following the "Chufii of the Mud Brigade" whieh was held Monday during the noon houi No fatalities were repotted fiom the eneountei Helping with Homeeoming ac- tivities will be members of the Boy Scouts of Amciica The local members of the Order of the McMURRY BARBER SHOP 2246 South 14th Arrow are well-known through out this region for their authen tic Indian danpes and costumes The group approximately 20 in all will perform during the cor onation the tepee juding the bar bceue and prior to the game Once again a reminder that the Humble Oil and ...

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

McM INDIANS WIN T-C CHAMPIONSHIP ''l) ) ) n The War Whoop VOL. 33 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS. NOVEMBER 11 IMS No. t 'mPflPBBBBBBBBt B m Wi 'BBBBBBBE a V'- $w9BBBBBBl v mm? t.fifcBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBjBBKBBBBBBBBb THE HON. WILLIAM J. MURRAY Jit Oil Institute Banquet To Be Given Tuesday The first annual Oil Institute Banquet will (be held in Iris Graham Dining Hall at 7.30 p m. Tuesday Nov. 15 according to Or. Andrew Rockover-Cecll dean of the School of Business Admin- istration. The Hon. William J. Murray Jr Chairman of the Texas Rail- road Commission will deliver the principal address. Murray a native of Coleman attended Cisco public schools Hardin-Simmons University and the University of Texas where he received his BS and MS de- grees in petroleum production engineering. Some 300 guests are expected at the banquet including area oilmen students of the Oil In- stitute McMurry College faculty and administration members and friends of the college states Dr. Rockover. R. C. Fry Electe...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. November 11. 1IT5 Page 2 Sports - I INDIANS WIN Sideline Jlanh By Jimmy Arnold McMurry now has a 7-1 record the best college football record in the state of Texas. Texas Chris- tian University is next with a 6-1 record. Now all we have to do is beat the North Texas State Eagles a school with an enrollment of about 7000. It would surely hurt their pride for a small school like McMurry to beat them. Then the next week all we have to do is beat Missouri Valley a team that hasn't been beaten yet a team that will be fighting just as hard if not harder to de- fend their record as we will be. But they won't want to win as badly as we will. Tins is where the difference is. A team that won't In? beaten can't be beaten. The Indians have proved this many times this year. All I'm trying to say is that McMurry has built up quite a re- putation but that's no sign wc can't be beat. Let's wait till the season's over before we congra- tulate ourselves. I don't think a school an...

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

Friday. November 11. IMS THE WAR WHOOP Pag 3 I McMurry To Be Host At TIMSM Conference During Thanksgiving holidays McMurry w ill be the scene of the annual meeting of the Texas Methodist Student Movement McMurry Christian Foundation will be host to more than 400 students from 26 different uni- versities and colleges of Texas Registration will begin Friday morning Nov 24 and the first session will be held Friday after- noon Speakers will be Harold Ehrcnspcrger from Boston School of Theology and Dr Joe Mat- thews from Perkins School of Theology in Dallas Both arc out- standing theologians Recreation for the convention will be led by Larry and Helen Eisenbcrg noted for their experience in the field of recreation Various interest groups will be held during the sessions and booths and a book- store will be set up in Radford rflvsical fole Lnanterd -'Ian ZJour eJLjbc. 4-7$ (BanclBuiy Witk 3ootLat( Skotvd By GENE TGHIO Thank Gooodness Homecoming Is Over' We had a lot of fun but now we can ...

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

Pat 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. November 11. 1UI Social By Haltn Fry Alpha Pi Alpha Members of Alpha Pi Alpha held a Homecoming coffee at 9:30 a. m. Saturday in the home of Mrs. J. F. White club sponsor. Nine members two pledges six Exes Mrs. White and Mrs. George Stcinman were present. Exes at- tending were: Kayo Wohcr. Illlllr CiUk Mary trfiu llAoouxolt Esthir .Sandoval UnnrgI llfim and MuiKiirot (Irlnhnin. Delta Beta Delta Beta Epsilon had its Exes' supper at the Chicken Shack Sat- urday at 5 p. m. There were 3X Exes present. Also attending were five members' mothers. Mrs. Mary Blaylock a charter member gave an interesting talk on the organization of Delta Beta. The welcome address was given by Ginger Walker president who in turn introduced the Exes. Gamma Sigma The Abilene Woman's Club was the scene of Gamma Sigma's an nual Exes' Homecoming supper at 5 p. m. Saturday. The welcome speech was given by Janis Penn president after which a program was presented by Dorothy King who sang In...

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

Yicl U PtC 2 V J O SBSSSSSSSSSS 'aU" Jr JP " IHWBBwPeC "i mis "x V . .x B"AmH SSI i Vf 'X .BSSSSSSSSSa I j Bssssssssssl M v .etsHIIIH :VmVAmVAmVAm! I ' .aBAmBAmBAmBAmBAmi WITCH OR WOMAN? ThaTa tha quMtioa poMd to Linda Brookmoa la Joha Tan Drutoa'a Broadway comedy hit "Ball. Book. aad Caadle." Miaa Brookresoa U f orctd to choose whathar aha will keep har wllchly powara or lota tham by falling in lora la McMurry's fall production Dae. I aad I. (Half photo by Frad MeCraary.) Judging Panel Selects . Eight Totem Beauties Eight McMurry co-eds were selected Tuesday to be the 1055 Totem beauties by a panel of seven male judges. The winners were chosen from 15 girls pre- viously nominated by the student body. Aanouncemant of tha tight beauties will ba mada lata naxt spring whan tha year- book is presented according to Mary Ida Jackson. Totam aditor. Nominees were Patsy Mills freshman from Abernathy; Helen Fry and Margaret Sealy of Sweet- water senior and sophomore re- spectively; Julie Mass...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 December 1955

Page a THE WAR WHOOP Friday. December t. IMS DEVOTIONAL Abovt tht Avtrago "But I say unto you which hear Love your enemies do good to them which hate you Bless them that curse you and pray for them which dcspitefully use you." Luke 6:27 28. In these words of our Lord we have His will as to how we are to feel toward those with whom we have quarreled or those who have hurt us. Surely this was and still is a difficult task for those of us who call ourselves Christians; but nev- ertheless it is something which we must do if we arc to follow Christ completely. These are things which go above or tran scend the feelings we would normally have under the condi tions which He describes. We can never expect to feel love of our own accord for those who dcspitefully use us simply because we believe that we are big enough in ourselves. It is sim- ply not in our own natures; the desire to love and bless those who have hurt us has to come from some source outside ourselves and the only power that i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 December 1955

Friday. December 2 IMS THE WAR WHOOP Pf9 1955-1956 Basketball Schedule Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 5 Corpus Christi here I -- Texas Wesleyan Fort Worth o8 Southwest Texas State here &1? Snyder Tournament 42'13 - Sul Ross Alpine - 'Howard Payne here J Texas Wesleyan here J - Wayland Plainview Abilene Christian there i - Howard Payne Brownwood 30-31 ENMU Portales N. M. Abilene Christian here - 'Howard Payne here Jy Midwestern here J 'Howard Payne Brownwood JJ Midwestern Wichita Falls - Wayland here 24-25 ENMU here ( denotes conference games) Basketball Season Opens With Friday Night Game BBpy jia Coach Tommy Ellis' Indian basketballers will get the 1055-56 season underway in Indian Gym Friday at 8 p. m. Corpus Christi McMurry's op- ponent for the opening contest has emerged victor in two pre- vious games and is out to make it three wins. McMurry is minus three of last year's starters Jerry English Fred Shclton and Jim J...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. DmJr t IMS Pat 4 (ouncilett er Br JAMES GLASSCOCK Gene Bonny Milt Chester Or- lnnd Gilbert and James Glass- cock will be in Georgetown on the Southwestern University cam- pus for a state-wide meeting of T.I.S.A. tomorrow. The Humble Company's pro- duction "Texas In Review" gave billing to the McMurry Home- coming Monday Nov. 28. The Counril voted to give a $5.00 book selection to the li- brary in memory of Mrs. La- Vaughn Young who died over the holiday weekend. Mrs. Young was a freshman student at the college last year. MRS. LAVAUGHN YOUNG In Sympathy Tha McMurry War Whoop slu- dant body faculty and admin- istration with to axpraaa thair sympathy to tha family of Mrs. LaVaughn Young who was ac- cldantally kUlad Not. 25. LaVaughn was a frathman at McMurry last yaar whara aha workad at tha switchboard. Sha was lovad by all tha students who know har. WL RtsirvM It fl FbrChrtjfmarf '& laVaWiVJJl uay sat "6" 17 jewels. ExQui- sitely styled cose with matching ex...

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

The War Whoop ' McMUlUlY COLLEGE ABILENE. TEXAS DECEMBER II. ItSS No. 11 l ...For v hive A. Seen his str in "71 r" east nJ fov jMiU 'IW come to utrshlp ZJne tar and UJou A star shone over Bethlehem . . . but there was no room for the Christ Child there exeept in a lowly manager. A star shnies over McMurry . . . Docs the Christ again feel unwelcome ! Is there on our campus even a manger to welcome Himt Perhaps He felt at home at the Christian Foundation party for children from poor homes . . . perhaps He found a place in a prayer cell meeting . . . but how many times He must have heard the words echo from our too-full-of-Christmas-joy hearts "Sorry ... no room!" To be sure Abilene is not without its mangers. Christ might choose if He were to be born in 1955 the two-room home quite sparsely furnished where live an old couple. They have little to cat and wear; a visitor must stand or sit on the floor for there is only one chair and a bed where the sick husband lies. The woman one day n...

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

Friday. December II. 1MI Vat I THE WAR WHOOP Cditoriaid An Honor Systtm for McMurry? Arc you pleased with your grades for these first nine weeks of the new school year! What is more important are you pleased with the way you made your gradeat I am confident that the percentage of students who do not cheat is much larger than that of those who do. Yet it is this minority group that hurts McMurry College. Rvirv time a nerson is ahlc to cheat his way though school and graduate without having actually obtained an education that person causes everyone else's degree to be worth just a little less. Some studont in certain schools report cheating because they do not want a person to go out into their particular tieirt unprepared to meet the standards required of them. We in Alpha Chi would like to see the honor system devel- oped in McMurry. Kirst however students must be conditioned to think in terms of honesty and integrity. If students have reached the college age and still do not think ...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Psf 3 S. (IU03 St ervice iuos JnonSor Social lAn I r I FrUar. Dcamkr II IMS P. .?. n . rexu A Knri&lmaA l" art 9 ? BY HELEN FRY The President's Christmas Party was held Tuesday Dec. 13 at 8 p. m. in the social hall of Radford Student Life Center. This annual event originated in 1950 by Dr. Harold G. Cooke presi- dent of McMurry was co-sponsored by Wah Wahtaysee and Circle K. A committee appointed by each service club worked together on preparations for the Yulctidc social. Serving on the Wah Wahtaysee committee were Shirley Wheat chairman; Sue Talkington re- freshments; Gayle Crowder invi- tations; Helen Fry and Mary Jo Medley program; Jan Osburn decorations; and Sherry West publicity. Bob Washam acted as chairman and publicity agent for Circle K. Assisting him were Bud Reynolds refreshments; James Glasscock program; and Rene Trevino dec- orations. The party had the traditional Christmas theme in decorations program refreshments and activity. L a m p u 6 C-1 u o 6 ...

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

Page 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday DieinkM II IMS Faculty Approvts Attendanct Ruhs A new attendance regulation was unanimously approved by McMurry faculty members in a meeting Nov. IS according to Dr. Joe C. Humphrey academic dean. Attendance rules agreed upon arc as follows: "Students arc expected to at- tend all classes and laboratory periods regularly and punctually. Absences will be classified as au- thorized and unauthorized. Ab- sences while representing the col- lege or for protracted illness shall be classified as authorized. The student will not )c penalized for authorized absences provided the work missed is made up in a man- ner satisfactory to the instructor. "Whan the number of ab- sences in any course becomes excessive the teacher mar not admit the student to clan without a permit from the Dean's office. Purpose of the new ruling is to encourage students to attend classes punctually and regularly Dr. Humphrey said. The faculty wants to be more understanding but will insist on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 January 1956

Band Sports Slimes Head 1955 NevKS BY BETTY CAMPBELL Thrills progress and hope for even greater days ahead were the result of 1955 events and activi- ties at McMurry College. Evidence of progress includes the McMurry College Develop- ment Fund campaign; an all-time mmmimmmmmYjtBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmM HIflBfl M . Jrr 1.1 m Bftw BHMI Br1 h.essssTC v W9M Lr mj 1 t. 4MHI BsssMrPlr "; 'BP M4- x fPwtl - tf IMIMMjH HbHbbk" "v w ' sh&w i ? $ B at.-A.B' " x ?ilaW '"bbbbbbbbbb: bbbbbbv' -fv& " "' SbbVvS' h V " ?s JJBBBBBflBBK.BBBBBBSBnsBBBBBBH B" t 'v4fcH EUROPEAN TOUR SLIME FLAG ARE 1S55 HIGHLIGHTS At left four McMurry fcand members take a stroll in Roma with Jimmy Forshey wearing a Roman student cap presented at the band' concert there. At right Richard Tucker and Phil Daniel exhibit the "fish" flag which flew 24 hours undiscovered atop the Rock Garden Museum. The War Whoop VOL. 33 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE TEXAS. JANUARY 6. 19S6 SOS! All To Start SOSI SOSI SOSI This signal when used by t...

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