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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 January 1956

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. January t. IMS Page t McMurry Students Home From Ecumenical Student Conference Impok Lee Jimmy Forshey and Vcrdain Barnes attended an Ecumenical Student Conference on the Christian World Mission at Ohio University Athens Ohio Dec. 27-Jt.n. 1. Theme for the 17th quad rennial conference held un- der ausplcM of the Student Volunteer 'Movement was "Revolution and Reconcilia- tion." The Rev. Richard Shaull gen- eral secretary of the Brazilian Student Christian Movement and dean of the Presbyterian semin- ary in Campinas Brazil spoke each morning on one phase of the main theme. Bible discussion groups com- posed of students went deeper into discussion of the first two Methodist Student Movement Is Local National World-Wide BY JIMMY Recently Christian Foundation had a program on "The ABC's of MSM." The title of the program was very appropriate for when- ever one begins work in the Methodist Student Movement one finds that every committee project officer and idea is gi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 January 1956

Friday. January HSI THE WAR WHOOP Pa9 Social lAn i r l BY HELEN FRY jMplm Pi foalash -Stt J4arprs fSfstaurant Six o'clock on the morning of Dec. 16 found the members of Alpha Pi Alphn celebrating Christmas at a breakfast in the dining room of Harper's restau- rant. Preceding the breakfast an ini- tiation service was held. The two new members arc Mrs. Billie Long and Wanda Williams. Elva Lou Dunklin president was in charge of ceremonies and presented Mrs. J. F. White with a present from the club following which the members exchanged gifts. -JJffJ Christmas -'arty Honors llttau Child TIP held its annual Christmas party for a needy child in the home of Joan Byrum Thursday Dec. IS. The little girl is Carmen Gutier- rez. She was presented with clothes and gifts from the club. All the members and Miss Christopher sponsor were pres- ent. The girls also exchanged gifts. (ItdatS f-roviae frogram Zror Kappa ('his fJartu The Kappa Phi Christmas party was held in the home of Vernie Newman spons...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 January 1956

Page 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday January IN If He Hurry's Deputation froaram (continued With annanale ZJt our McMurry deputation teams will present youth programs and war- ship services in seven Methodist THE HON. MARTIN DIES U. S. Congressman Addresses Chapel The Hon. Martin Dies United States Congressman -at - Large from Texas spoke to the Mc- Murry student body during the 9:30 a. m. chapel period Tuesday. Dies original chairman of the House Committee on Un-American Activities created in 1938. He served in Congress from 1931 to 1944 retired because of ill health and was again elected in 1952. "This gives me a chance to help finish the job of houseclcan- ing which I helped start in 1938" was his comment upon his 1952 re-oloction. Dies urged McMurry students to give of themselves to God and their nation. "America needs fine young men and women" he said. NOW! amazing new dry cleaning process makes fabrics repel lint and dirt... re-textures fabrics and keeps them cleaner fresher longerl Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 January 1956

The War Whoop Proposed Constitution . See Page 4 V VOL. 33 McMUllllY COLLEGE ABILENE. TEXAS. JANUARY 13. 1156 No. At 7:00 P. M. Join the March of Dimes January 3-31 k. 4 o bbLLBr ?e ' ZLxsIbbbbhibbbbbt .h BBBBBBBBBBsSBMBWisniBBBBBBBBBBBBB& - bbbbbbV .JisbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV t7 m sbbbWSa BBf RaBBBBesBBBBBBl -v i fsz. bBBBBBBk BBBBBBBBBl B . MHV MH ' btsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbstsI btbm ' If BssTBTBvBf ''aBTesBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsv BTBXBBBBBBBTrBTBXBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBTe! BHBBBSABBBBHrfBK'BBBBBBVP'BBBBBBp'IBBBBBE sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsbbbbI .HbbbhbbLw bbLVbLB h LH LHJjHL IV ! JH LTbbbvbbbbbbbH LtbH bbbbbbbbbbbVbbbbbbbw-vf3BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBZ.H?-T btsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbUbTsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsk yPHSnEx Banquet Scheduled Tonight McMurry's 1955-56 athletic sweetheart will be presented at the annual all-school athletic ban- quet at 7 p. m. today (Friday). Candidates for sweetheart nominated by McMurry ath- letes Jan. 5. include Deborah EUis. NatalM Mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 January 1956

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. Jwwur 19 ItW pm a SociJ Wklri BY HELEN FRY Alpha PI Alpha Alpha Pi Alpha met Thursday night in the TV room of Radford at 8 p. m. Main topic for the night was the coming rush party. Also discussed were club pro- jects and activities for the com- ing semester. Dalta Rata Delta Beta met Thursday at 7 p. m. at the home of Marilyn Clement. Correspondence receiv- ed during the holidays was read and final reports from the carol- ing party were given. Gayle Crowdcr gave a report on the Inter-Club Council meet- ing. Gamma Sigma Gamma Sigma met Thursday night in the home of sponsor Beth Myatt. Plans were made and committees anointed to take pare of the rush party. Another topic for discussion was the spring banquet which will be held March 24. Kappa Phi Three pledges of Kappa Phi became members in a candle- Ctx'tltutyt BarfctrShti 1341 Butternut Women's Hair Styling Specialty Men's and Children's Haircuts Permanent Waves Phone 20148 liight ceremony Thursday even- ing at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 January 1956

Friday. Jamacy 13. THE WAR WHOOP PaffO DEVOTIONAL 'MflMllf (Editor's note: This is the first in a aeries of devotionals which will be written by Jimmy For- shey and Verdain Barnes who attended recently an Ecumenical Student Conference on the Chris tion World Mission and arc pre- senting through the War Whoop some of the ideas and experiences of the Conference.) The term 'judment' is usually classified as a term of the Old Testament or as a term which has lost its meaning in our day. It is interesting to see the parallel be tween the judgment of the Old Testament and the way it can be applied to our world today. In Jeremiah we sec that God was going to send judgment upon the people of Israel in the form of armies who would destroy them and take them into captivity. God did this for two reasons: (1) man had strayed from God; man didn't think that God cared and he began to worship other gods and idols and (2) the Israel- ites had set up economic and so- cial structures in their society...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 January 1956

Page 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday January 19 lftM Constitution of the Student Association of McMurry College Preamble Wc the Student Body of Mc- Murry College in order to estab lish a closer unity and under- standing between the faculty and the student promote the college activities in a democratic cooper- ative and compatible attitude and provide a field for practicol citizenship do hereby ordain and establish this Constitution of the Student Association of McMurry College. ARTICLE I. The Student Association Sec. 1. Mama: The name of this organization shall be the Student Association of McMurry College. Sec. 2. Membership: Every student upon the completion of his matriculation in full and having in his possession the regu- lar student activity ticket of the college is a bona fide member of this organization and is entitled to all rights and privileges stated herein provided the student is carrying a load of at least 12 sem- ester hours. ARTICLE II. Tht Powars of Government Sec. 1. Depart...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 January 1956

UbRMu' P VicMUHRV Students Approve New Constitution The War Whoop VOL. 33 McMUlUlY COLLEGE. ABILEN Ei JANUARY 20. 1I5S No. 14 Shirley Wheat Chosen Athletic Sweetheart 230 Attend Bamptt Honoring McM Athletes Annual athletic banquet was held Friday Jan. 13 at 7 p. m. in Iris Graham Dining Hall. Highlight of the event was presentation of the athletic sweetheart Shirley Wheat Big Spring junior. Presented as ath- letic princess was Debbie Ellis daughter of Coach and Mrs. Tommy Ellis. Othtr sweetheart candid- ate were Etna Ruth Peter- son. Natal Morris and Barbara Shld. Speaker was Dr. Sterling Price pastor of University Bap' tist Church in Abilene. Enter- tainment was provided by the Indianaires quartet Miss Morris and Bill Vaughan. Football and basketball tro- phies wr prsntd to had coach Douglas Cox. Members of the coaching staff were presented with cash gifts by the Indian Club. Approximately 30 McMurry students faculty members and guests were present. Heading Student Council com- mit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 January 1956

Puf a THE WAR WHOOP Friday. January SO IMS t flew esLook 9 BY ELWANNA (Editor's not: Th follow tag article won tint plaea In tho annual Piwu Club writ- ing contra among Its pledge. Italements mad therein do not ntctuarlly reflect tha editorial policy of tha War Whoop.) Many atrocities arc committed yearly in the name of school spirit. As one examines post years and even the present he is made to realize the extent to which students of supposedly average in- telligence will ro to create excite ment defined by some authority as school spirit. One of the first more cnlight encd activities is the series of "pep" rallies staged around Gold Star Dormitory by the boys What the student body lacks in number is made up by the cxtre mely well-developed lungs of the freshmen boys and the yells of encouragement to the girls to "fight for dear old McMurry" penetrate to each crack and cre vice of that noble building. As time nears for the ACC ball game and there is need to goner ate excitement on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 January 1956

Friday. January 20. 1151 THE WAR WHOOP Pag 3 .McMurry Graduate It Mtmbtr off Embassy McMurry Rrndunte Willnrd O. Drown First Secretary of Em- bassy for the United States is in Abilene on home leave pending his next diplomatic assignment. He has spent the lost two years as head of the economies section of the American Embassy in Korea. Brown has served in Indone- sia China Germany and Eng- land. He is a graduate of Abilene High School and received his BBA from McMurry in 1031. While attending McMurry he was on the Galleon staff and partici- pated in intramural debating. McMurry Loses ACC Encounter Want a Job? Try tht War Whoop Postions arc now open for work on the War Whoop next semester according to Betty Campbell edi- tor. Sports writers and general re- potters are needed. Application should be made at the War Whoop office before or during second semester registration. Now Coursis Offtrtd In Business Dtpartmtnt Dr. Andrew Rockovcr-Cecil dean of McMurry's school of business administ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 January 1956

Paf 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday January 20 1131 Social vU It i r I C- a m p u 6 C-1 u b A Alpha Chi Chapter f-'fans ror Oac Convention By DONALD HUNT McMurry's Chapter of AlphaChi- nationnl honor fraternity held a called meeting Monday. Discussion was held concerning the state convention to be held at Abilene Christian College Feb. 3-4. McMurry's contribution on the scheduled fine arts program was selected as Peggy Campbell and Charles Shaw playing piano and clarinet respectively. President Elwanna Latham named Jimmy Forshcy and Caro- lyn Tcaff to read their paper at the convention on the question "Is the Scholar a Specialist?" Miss Tcaff was elected to rep- resent McMurry as a delegate along with Miss Latham. Christian roundation f-tani Student fsetreai By SHIRLEY HALL Now is the time for you to make your final plans to attend the CF retreat which will be held Jan. 27-28 at Madge Butman Camp near Mcrkcl. The group will leave Gold Star Dorm at 6 Friday and return be- tween 3 and 4 Saturd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 February 1956

Whoop The War VOL. 33 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. FEBRUARY 3. 19S6 No. IS 7:30 A M. foifUt Sl! "1! &! 1 i V bw I WHISKER CHAMPS Winners of thro divisions ol the annual Mc- Murry board-growing contest aro picturad above holding Iht mugs thay we're awardad Jan. 2S as winnars. Thay ara laft to right Bob Washam (scroungiast board); Morris LeMay (longest board): and Donald Hunt (most unusual baard). (Staff photo by Frad Mc- Craary.) LeMay Washam Hunt Have Winning Beards Morns LeMay Bob Washam i Also entering the contest weie and Donald Hunt were awarded Carl Anderson Gene Bonny Dane prizes in the annual Student Clark Landon Derryberry Or-Council-sponsored beard-growing land Gilbert Wendell Hess John contest Wednesday Jan 25 LaMay. a senior from Sny- der won the prise for hav- ing the longest beard. Washam. Sweetwater Junior was nam- ed first place for the "scroun- giast" beard. "Most unusual" beaid belonged to Hunt senior from Amanllo who had an "M" shaved on his thin "The 'M' stands s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 February 1956

Pagt 2 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. February 3. 1SS6 Reauirements for Listed by Men's The time of the eai has ai- med whin the men on the cam- pus become concerned abnui the diffeient social clubs. Thercfoic it is vi'iv impoitant that the men find out a little about the clubs md the lequn emonts foi en- tiame Beginning Ftb 14 theie will be pledge paitu-s ot "smokeis" which will be Riven by each of the clubs It is the puiposc of 1-hait.jt rtrirt wit. In tv-tnl; it if rtrtcciVilii fo the men to meet the member ' of the clubs to see how social club.s function and to learn the purpose of the clubs The morning after the last party bids aie sent out at which time the men select the club of their thoice The clubs and their re- spective lequirements are as fol- lows IHR To be eligible one must have been on the campus one semester .ind must have at least 12 hours of woik to his credit. A grade Sptokers Announced For Choptl Strviccs Font minister's fiom noitliMcst Texas and New Mexico have been sele...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 February 1956

FicUy February 3. 19S6 THE WAR WHOOP Pagtf J O ditoria It About Social Clubs.... With iiisli ik t iivt iippi (inclmi Minimum i lumiilit-. an- i I'lili'tcil aiituiiil "WIik h cliilt should I jinn"" oi pel Imps "Should I join n fhilt tit nil?" Yimi M' lici'ii on the campus long- etmuiili now to know the good points i) each cliil to know its inenilicrs and tin ideals tln stand loi I'cili.ips vuii have one ccitnin cliili lucked out. nnl il voii don t get ii Iml 1 1 oiu i lint clnli .xoii'ic ceitain oii'll just have to uo home column suicide or live n hie of uiisri tioni now on Tin' i lion ! miii iiinUi' now is mi iiiipoitiint om loi it uov cms to ii huge extent voin in tivities thtoiitrlioiit oiii lout vcais ol college He sin i' von iinllx want to imn :i chili Indole miii act ept n 1ml nml ilon't In- ntiniil to wnit until lnti'i it voii can t unite decide pist now It is possible contiaiv to n wuli'siiiiiil belief to In- liiiip nml lii' n not mill lite without being n sounl I'luh member ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 3 February 1956

Pago 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday February 3. 1SS6 Indians Meet Wildcats Saturday in Indian Gym The luckless McMurry Has- keteers renew their eross-town rivalry with thi Wildcats of Abi- lene Christian College tomoirow (Saturday) tit H p. m in Indian Gym RICHARD COOK . . . revival teng Uadtr McMurry Sophomore To Lead Revival Music Richard Cook McMurry sopho- more from Shamrock is to serve as director of music for n revival meeting at the First Methodist Church in Anson Feb. 5-12. The He". H. A. Nicols pastor of the ehuiuh invited Cook whose minor field of study is religious education to assist in the revival. Cook's major is business admin- istration. Cook is a member of the Indian Hand Wesley Players Christian Foundation and Ko Sari. He par- ticipated in intramural sports and was the freshman representative tti the band council. i I . . .And familui tiling arc die best. Like Coo-Cola. Full of fresh kiin sparkle . . . natural quid intrgy . . . and its so pure and wholisoiiic - naturally t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 February 1956

4) Senate and Judiciary Ready to Begin Work Classts Namt Senators In Tutsday's Eltction Sixteen Mc Miniums wue elul- 1(1 'IllCsdaV to fill Milts in Ml- Minn's new Student Smato St mm Sinatois all edited without opposition mc Wavne Ciaw fold Jan Kilo Nelson Smith and Gmget Walkii Hopiosi nting the junioi ilass an Don Davis Virginia I)ais Don Heavis and Shu lev Wheal Othct junioi candidates weie Jimmv Arnold Hud Revnolds (tine Tuekci Sheine West and Keith Wiseman Sophomoies elutcd Senatois Hich.ud Cook Gene Davidson Mai Maicom and Dan el I Vines The won their offices ovei can- didates Vol dam Haines Jov Cas- suuK Don Cunningham Jimmv Jainngm Reggie Powell and Flod Wulhuch Freshman Senatois also ihosui m an uncontested election aie Pat Hennett Don Bod. John Grablc and Jean Spuilin Seiving as Senatois will also he nlass piesidents John Davis senior Weldon Ciowlev junioi Dick Countiss sophomoie and Tommv Puce freshman Fust Senate meeting will be held at 5 45 p m Fnda. ac- cording to Jame...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 February 1956

Pag 2 Friday Fabruary 10. 1IS6 History Purpose Activities Of Men's Social Clubs Listed In in iiiiatioii loi Itiixli Wei U llif iin vliil null nun's mm ml i lull tn wule ill! cllllt s Illstnl IUIHIM lll'tlMtH s I If IHR llllt the oldest soi ml oigimin- tion on the'tampus was mgan- icd in l')2t It Ims foi its pin post tht pt amotion of bcttei utien- ship .imnng tlu students and to laisc the standaids of McMuuv to a high degicc of thcniKht and lion the club has adopted as its nte living iPtojoLt the Campus Museum She was also cditoi of "The Annual lunts imludt the Activities in the fall semestcu Jungle An was" South Taloi spimg lianqiut spmiK picnic and consist of a steak fi and a Chi 1st- caibook a membei of Who's llometommg thill suppti foi the mas p.ut Dining the spring the Who valedictonan of her giad- Kxt's Foi tht past two cais IIIK club has a picnic and a banquet uating class and a local distnct has sponsoud a benefit show foi teicbial ualsied childien Officeis of IHH th HiK Chi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 February 1956

Friday February 10. 1956 THE WAR WHOOP DEVOTIONAL Paga 3 VD ByBttty fJ3 Ml Mini studmtshavca way of stumbling into sonu lothci unu- sual occupations Thele were for instance the foui bovs who spent Inst Saturduv afternoon digging n gttivo Hired bv Kikci-Waitcn Func-tall Home the foui Hichmd Cook Don Hamilton Bud Rev nolds i nno Ndsnn Smith fought bitter' wintci wcothci and hoidcncd! ground aimed with nothing bull picks and shovels and blaik cof-1 fit l Thcv sav in Bible class one day the piofessoi asked if tveryonc wanted to no to heaven All the students held up theii hands ex- cept one bov Asked the prof 'Whv. Bill vou don't want to go' ' Came the leplv 'Not if this bunJi is going1' I lead in The Lone Stoi Luther in the follow inn little gem of know ledge 'Statistics show that Yale grad- uates have 1 1 cluldien whih graduates of V.issai have 1 7 (hildrcn This just goes to prove Forum Volunteers To Hold Banquet Call Andeison Si or Sweet- water is to be the speakei at the annual Fomm-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 10 February 1956

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. Fabruary 10. ItSt Pagt 4 Indians Drop 87-86 Tin Unwind Pnm Colli hi Yillow Jm kits nosed out ii finlit iiik hand of Mi Mm in Indians 117-Hli in a thiillitiK Tixns Con- fninie basketball Kami in Itisciviitmn 0m Tuisdn ninht Thin whs ihvli twin than thin points sipiuatiiiK tin two luims in tin fust half thi scoie hi inn tied 12 turns foi a leal see- saw stiUKKlt It wai the free throw Una that finally tattled the con teat with HPC outscoring McMurry 31-16 via gratit tones. Time Indians sioicd in double fij-uiis Hobb Williams and Hod Svlistini with 21 eaih ilosel follow I'd b Boh Hal I is who w.is also outstanding on de- finsi McMurry got off to an early lead on Don Taylor'i free toai to lead 1-0: then came a long line of swapping out until Boyd Sylettine hit with a long one to give the Redmen a 44-42 halftlme' lead. Aftoi tin- half the fntd-up Wan mis lumped to a six-point Matches Set For McM Golf Team Tin Indian nolf team undet th coaching of Juome Vanno is uhtii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 February 1956

FIB 2 ? . USA's Annual Convention Set for March 1 - 3 at ACC aLflPrHHaKLH ) ) Abilene Chiistinn College will host the eighth annual Intel col- legiate Students' Association con- vention Match 1-3 with some 350 delegates fiom the gioup's 38 membei schools expected to at- tend Students at ACC art being helped by McMurry and Har- din Simmon tiudenti i n preparing for tha convention. Moil of the leiiiom will be held in the new $345000 Bible building at ACC. TISA's annual business meet- ing will be held Satuiday morn- ing March 3 At that time a re- pot t of the year's activities of the organization for the betterment of .student governments will be made by picsidcnt Walter Wink of SMU. Spring Production Is Original Drama By Pullig Currie "And His Name Was Job" an original drama written by Mau- tieo Pullig and Roy Currie will be presented March 15-16 by the McMuiry drama department. Pullig ii assistant profenor of ipeech and director of dra- ma at McMurry. The story is based on the book o...

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