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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 February 1956

THE WAR WHOOP Friday February 24. USt Fat 8 TISA Co-ordinates Activities Of 38 Student Governments (Editor's note: The following article ia a release Crom die Texas Intercollegiate Student Association sent to the War Whoop by Walter Wink of Southern Methodist University TIIA president. Milt Chester McMurry senior is an executive vice-president of the state-wide student government associa tion.) Tcxans t.iko pnric in having the biggest and best of cv civ thing so it's not suipiising that the stair's student government asso- ciatmn is considered the top such orRnniatton in the countiv The Texas Inti i collegiate Stu- dents' Association known in this .irc of hi(it .is TISA icpre- sents 100000 students in 311 col- leges .ind univcisities thtoughout the state Most of the beiu f'ts to students in the diinus numbei schools .ue indued foi the woik of TISA takes place thioiiRh the co-opcia-tive effoits of student government oiRamations Mi mbei schools ue oiRaimcd into si distiuts with .i cen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 February 1956

Friday February 24. IMS THE WAR WHOOP Pag 3 132 tudentd lledae Social (tubd McMurry social clubs hnve beun spring semester pledninn with an all-club total of 132 pledges. Leading the club rosters in numbers are Delta Beta Epsilon and Kiva with 25 pledges each. lr Wnrli. nml I Kappa Phi has 13 pledges; Gamma Sitfma 12; TIP 11; and Alpha Pi Alpha 9 Men'h Studtnt Council Nanus Jubilee Queen Entrits At the ivquust of the Diamond Jubilee committee of the Abilene Chambu of Commeiee 25 mils have been nominated by the Sen- ate and Student Council to rop- lesent McMunv as candidates foi Jubilee Queen. The Kill nominated will be in- vited to a tea Feb. 28 at 7pm at which time they may accept ij or toiect their nominations. They will be assigned sponsois (local business funis) by the chamber of commeiee. Votes for the Queen will come fiom t'eket sales Thete will be a Queen a lunnei-up and 10 princesses Single or mairied young women between 17 and 2fi mav enter the contest. U. l. ...... ....!.....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 24 February 1956

Friday. February 24 1856 Page 4 Scaf: 86.73 THE WAR WHOOP Indians Lose Again To Wayland Team By MORRIS LeMAY Tin- Wh.vIhimI ( olli-m- riinii'crs in ii lnst-UtirtiT splurp- de- IVnti'il tin- .Mc.Uuit.v liuliiins Si-7:. TiicmIiiv nijilit in the Kiscr- vm t ion (iym Tin- kiiiih' wits it ami tui'k fur tliri'i iiinirti'i lii'l'ni'i' the Piniieerveuiurlit fin' iiml pulled iiwnv into ii siilsliintinl li'iiil. Clarence Winn in his first start for McMurry was. the Indians' leading scorer with 20 points. Three other Rcdmcn landed in the double figure column. They were Bob Harris lfi; Boyd Syles- tinc 13; and Bud Shelton with 12 points. Don Taylor scored only six points but led in rebounds with 12 catches. BOX SCORE WavlanH (MR) F FT I'F Tl' limn I 1 n l.iilirniiKi' N - 'I tH Shi. I.N 1 2 - I r.Ml 1 .Sn.lt I) II 1 0 TOTALS: M M MrMurry IT.1I F(i FT I'F TP Winn H I 2 20 sh.liuii ) 12 William. :i n n MarrU ft 2 lfi Kii-ti rliiik II II n 0 Tnl.ir 2 2 4 B An.lirain II 1 Sl-liti- 4 ft I IS TOTALS: ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 March 1956

Smith Cannon To Speak As Willson Lecturers I K jcva HUSK ' H H sHHK wllu- H Hkl Mflyl III 9hM4 .jjjjjjjjjjjH HK Mpnl afaH jasssst s ..sbHHIIIIH I DR. WILLIAM CANNON DR ROY L. SMITH Dr Roy L Smith and Dr Wil liam R Cannon will bo foatjied in the 1 1th annual WilKon Lec tin cs beginning at 7 10 p m Tuts day in Radfora auditorium Activities connected with the Lectin c begin Monday with a dinnir meeting of the McMurry boaid of trustees faculty admin istration and guest- at 6 10 p m in Iris Graham Memorial Dining Hall The annual ipring meeting ef iha McMurry board of The War Whoop VOL. 33 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILEN E. TEXAS. MARCH 2. 1956 No. 18 By DON BOYD trustees will convene Tues- day ai 10 a. m. Dr Cannon Professor of Church History and Dean of the Candler School of Theoiogy Emory Uni- versity Ga earned his AB de-' gree at the University of Georgia i BD at Yale University Divinity) School and PhD at Yale Asbury College awarded him a DD Dr. Cannon htld pastorate of the Allan Mamorlal Me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 March 1956

THE WAR WHOOP Friday March 2. 156 DEVOTIONAL Christ Camt "And th Word bicame flaih and dwell among ut . . . " This is onu of the statements in the Bible that tells of Chust's liv- ing on eaith hut uhv did Ho mmc' Many people look to Jesus' teachings and consider Him the greatest example of moial per- fection; they believe that follow- ing His teachings is the highest goal one can attain. They aie humanists These people have loi gotten the most impoitanlpait. "For God .so loved the woild that he gave his only begotten ..on that whoso- ever heheveth on him should not perish but have evei lasting life." Christ is our Teachei and Ex- ample; but more important than these He is our Savior. He lived suffered bled died and rose from the grave that we might have everlasting life. Will we not in the Lenten .sea- son accept Him as Suvioi and let His eternal love flow into our lives? Then as a lesult we will let His love flow out to our fel- low man. Do we still seive? Yes but we are now compel...

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

Friday March 2. 1956 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 Indians jbjbbk """ rfft' v s?s S30BBajHajajBjBjajaBBBBBjaBH CPflflflfl 'x"'i- "f "-'lLwIlaaaaaB .fflWHmHiBBBBBBBBBBM kkkBBY '''-. JfaiiilillBBBBBBBBl ! H '' 1" " itWRldBBBBBBB 'IbbbLVbbvHbVbUbW 91 st'VBBBBBBBBBrj3LBBBBBBLa i 'SiMLHIBSsSBBBBBBH f'vPllPBtBBBBBBBlBBBBBBBl v 'VLwIaBBBBBWBBBBBBBB F sfiBBBBBBBfiBBBBBBB Sir BIBBBBhIBBBBBBh yF BHRKlBBBBBH S:?w:!Bm "a aH .sWWt v BBBKhu aBBPflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB jy&KHBk 3 VMk'bBBBBBBBBW .. -s WSWWHilWlraPBBlBPW MBBBBBBBBBBIIRBB'BBBBBBl CLARENCE WINN oohomort startt'r against ENMU Spring Training Opens March 5 for Indians Tommy Ellis newly-appointed head football coach feces a major rebuilding job when he opens spring training at McMurry March 5. Spring training will run for 20 workout days Ellis said with game-condtion scrimmages slated for March 13 at 3:30 p. m. March 20 at 3:30 p. m and March 27 at 7:30 p. m. The McMurry Indians who compiled the second-best won- lost record among Texas college ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 March 1956

Page 4 Campus Calendar March 1-3 TISA convention ACC. Fri. Match 2 Forum (noon): freshman nil-schorl party. Sat. March 3 Band tup to Brady Kappa Phi banquet. Sun. March 4 Wesley Play- ers 4 p. m ; band trip to Santa Anna. Mon. March ft Volunteer (noon); Wah Wahtay.see 0 p. m.; Gold Star dormitory meeting I0-30 p. m. Match fi. WILLSON LKC- TUHKS. Ttics. March 0 Circle K (norm). Wed. March 7 Alpha Pm Omega 8:1ft p. m. Thur.s. March 8 Christian Foundation council (noon). Fri. March 9 Forum (noon); library staff picnic; Chanter ban- quet. March 9-10 Border Olympics Laredo. Founders Day April 5 Marks McMurry's 35th Birthday On April ft 19S6 McMurry College will be 3ft years old. That clay will be observed by Exes and Alumni as Founder's Day. A contract was sinned on April ft 1921 between the Northwest Texas Methodist Conference the Abilene Chamber of Commerce and the Methodist churches of Abilene to establish McMurry College. The late Dr. James Winfred Hunt founder and first president of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 March 1956

The War Whoop y 15 McMurrians Attend TISA VOL. 33 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS. MARCH I. 1ISI No. It Qilitlt CUetU 7MiMl By GENE McMurry was well represented at the eighth annual Texas In- tercollegiate Student Association convention on the Abilene Chris- tian College campus Mar. 1-3 Featured speaker was Cedric Fos- ter Mutual Broadcasting Com- pany news commentator. In a 9 a.m session Friday Fos- ter spoke on "The Student's Role in the World Today." After giving both sides of the Jewish-Arab conflict he concluded with an important thought for Amciicans: "Find out why people do the things they do. Until you do. you will not bo able to appraise their actions." In a panel discussion Friday afternoon with Stan Glass Na- tional Student Association presi- dent and John Jenkins Texas A & M student Foster elaborated on the student's part in national affairs He stressed tolerance patience and understanding toward cul- ture and traditions of other coun- tries In a question and answer ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 March 1956

9 1 THE WAR WHOOP FrMay. Mireh I. IffM DEVOTIONAL Christ DM Would you die for someone? If m who would that someone be? Our Lord Jesus Christ died for someone and that someone was you. Pilate was willing to release Jesus unto the people. "But they cried saying 'Crucify him cru- cify him.' " Therefore Jesus was delivered to their will. Jesus was willing to be cruel- fled because he knew that it was his father's will. Jesus died for tut to that we may come to know of God's wonderful love. "For God so loved the world that he Rave his only begotten Son that whosoever believcth in him should not perish but have everlasting life." (John 3:16) Have you met Jesus at the crass road of life where he gave hi life for you? If so arc you doing his will every day or are you merely believing in Jesus and not accepting and practicing His commandments? Shall wc pray that God's will be done? Jesus suffered so that wc may find the real joy in liv- ing a Christian way of life. Are you putting Christ abo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 March 1956

FrMay. Much I. 111! THE WAR WHOOP Pafs S CtuL Sprinatime in JexaA 'jtd ZJh C a erne m p u A p iSLZOffij otrnnuatJsappaf'ltiSc A totnl of seventy-four persons attended the annual Kappa Phi spring banquet Satin day March 3 it B p m in the banquet room of the Abilene Woman's Club The banquet room wns a scene of "Springtime in Texas." Tha room wit antarad by walking down a path with a whlia plckat fanea on aaeh alda. with traan Ivy antwln- ad and springtime flowers and traat along tha path. A large Alamo of two shades of blue with a Kappa Phi flag on its front wdk seen at the end of the path Decorations included a number of rose and blue trees and bushes with various colored spring blos- soms. Table decorations consisted of miniature oil well derricks arrangements of flowers and glit- tering candles. Nut cups wara tiny rota and blua Alamos with blua flags in tha cantar which served as place cards. Tha ihama was daplctad on tha front of tha programs. The invocation was given by Pat Mason...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 March 1956

Pftfe 4 THE WAR WHOOP FrMay. March I. IIM Sports Find Statistics -Pipoosts Player QimH Game ro FT PT TP Ava. Clarence Winn G 2 16 13 8 4S 22.5 David McCluro G 1 6 5 5 17 17.0 Bobbv Williams G 7 45 19 14 109 15.5 Tommy Boyd G 8 42 28 18 112 14.0 S-otUe Jeffertes. O 3 13 12 8 38 12.6 Paul Oothard C 4 9 22 9 40 10.0 Roland Elledge. C 10 38 19 33 95 9.5 Hill Alexander F 10 25 32 25 82 8.2 Kdd Fnimer G 9 21 14 23 56 8.2 .loo Sharp K 9 18 15 11 51 5.6 Jim Jackson F 9 12 12 10 36 4.0 Giw Hargrove. G 9 8 6 9 22 2.6 Stan While F 9 5 0 8 10 1.1 Flank Allen G 4 I 2 2 4 1.0 James Baldwin F 2 0 0 0 0 0.0 Papoose Totals 10 259 199 183 717 71.7 Opponents Totals 10 282 189 194 765 76.5 Eight Letters Awarded For '55 '56 Basketball Three seniors two juniors one sophomore and two freshman Indian basketball players receiv- ed letters for the 1955-56 season according to Tommy Ellis Mc- Murry basketball coach for this season. Seniors awarded 1 1 1 r and the total number of letters they received at Mc- Mu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 March 1956

IakT llbKAKi Ul VlrMURRY COL i tin Mam 2 . ijiib $vlNt.. ORLAND GILbERT . . . president DON YARBROUGH . . vice-president PEGGY CAMPBELL . . . secretary DICK COUNTISS . . htad chtarltadar GENE DAVIDSON . . War Whoop aditor I til ' 1 3 i BbV. ft ' ! MM Lam jk yl Gilbert Yarbrough Campbell Countiss Davidson Fill Other Offices Olllllld (illlM'M I.Ol Ulll'N IIIIIKII UllS ell'l It'll ptesult ul tin M Mm i stmlent limh tm I'tV.)? Ii ii iiiiiiii it nte oti two ot In t i miiliilnti s in Tuesiliix s lt t linn (iillieit wln is ptcsenth pin lot class Minlent ('(iiiiu'il u pn s( ntiitiM won iiMi .limns Cliissi nek mill Wclilon ( mw- lcv wit limit n inn nil Don i nilnoiigli wns clcitcil m picsiilctit winning oci Dm i ell Vines IN jrjrv Cmnpliell wns lioscn sciictai.x oci Mii'iix West (Jciic DiimiIsoii was nnopposcil tm Win Wlioop cihtor Dn k Countiss wns elcetcil lieiul i lieerlemlei hi tin- oiil.x I nil oil line lielil Weilnesihix (telle C opposeil him in the iiinotf Auotliei elieeili ilei i an ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 March 1956

Friday. March 33. 1ISI C ditoria It THE WAR WHOOP To tht Ntw Stveknt Council ('otifinituliil urns! Vmi'M' lieon i-ltM'liMl now w lull 7 Wi tin Nlutlonls of McMurr.x. Iihm' told ou li our ntos that i think nu more tliiin iiii.miiic N arc cnpiililo of uuitl- hi out stmliMit Imtlj through its 1 !)! S7 nHiMtics Your jolt doesn't start w full though. It starts rijrht now. for ou lin' ti Iohpii Irom this jour's Student CoiiihmI niiMiihi'ts from tln-ir sin-ci'sscs ami Irom tln-ir (allures how to do at elloetne iih iii't jour You must li-arii not to lie lisonuratrol when jour plans y wroiiir oi'i'jiMoiuillx. A I lor all. it happens to o or. hod . You mu-t loam tho art of dotormiuation. StioK to jour iiiiiso. it it's woithv. oxen if oerjoiio is against jou. Ahoo all to ho a sti 'ssful loador jou must sol a pood example for tho shutouts who look to jou for jnndanoo. You . . .. . i. .1... r .1 Illllsl show Us 1 110 slUMOU! IMMIV HUH JOU aro nwine hi uir mim- rosioiisihihtj xour office holds. (...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 March 1956

Friday. Much 23. 1151 THE WAR WHOOP Pa a Jjt- d5anauet featured f roZ ram (eptunes Jinadom weetkeart "Neptune's Kingdom theme at the TIP sweetheart ban- quct Saturday night. Sea horses seaweed balloons starfish and nets hung around the room to create an "underwater" effect. Highlight of the banquet was tht crowning of tht 19SS TIP sweetheart. Esra Corley. senior from Slaton. was chottn and crownad by Shir- ley Wheat praaident. The program was given by the Gobbcttcs newly elected pledges. Guests were given favors of leather shoe shine kits with their names engraved on them. The sweetheart received the tradi- tional leather billfold with his name and TIP engraved upon it. Mrmhera and Riieata preaent were Joan lUram. Landon Item berr Jiin Free Don Howard; Marj lln Jarknon. WIIp Wlae; Jlinr KlnR Rranl Trnff: June aekry Harold CiinmnKham : Mary Joe Medlpy Don ("rodpr; Mi Whom firant Teaff. (ohhptte mill their silent were Jan Anrirua Jiff Klatner. Carnln Main Jirn I'ruilt; Kiilpni Htitlon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 23 March 1956

Page 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. March 23. 1IM Siimml ?eWU Jtmad Bonny to Preach Kl o a a GOLF TEAM Members of McMurry's 1SS6 golf taam ara pictured Ko Sari ovei Kia 21-12 Kiva above. Th-y arc (It It to right) Gerald McAnally. Roscoe fr.shmcn: 23 Scnatus Romanus 7 and the Rirhard Cook Sh-rnroek sophomore: Jack Riley Trent (union Ftcshmen over the Duty Shiits Rob rt Hodg: Merk:l Junior; and coach Jerome Vannoy. (Staff photo I In the fast laagua depart- by Fred McCreary.) mant only two gimes have McM Golf Team Loses to Odessa McMuiiy' golf team wa de- feated by Odessa Junior Col- Icrc fi-0 at th? AhiLnc Counttv Club March 7 Ken Garrison difeated Kobeit Hodges 6-5 Ainold Chambers dumped Wayne Hall 5-4 Bob Pulltam downed R "hard Cook 5-3 John Biddv beat Gerald Mc- Anally 3-1 The McMurrv uolfeis. coached bv Jerome Vannov competed to-1 gethor as a team for the first I time in the Odessa match None of the four played on last year's Texa Conference championship I t am I IjHKMVaMaaaaLaH SIDEWALK...

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

f ...... v? I J-l .J. 0E mj? gf v Founder's Day Observed April 5 On Reservation; Honors Dr. J. W. Hunt o A DORM IS BORN Dr. John O. Orou of tht Mot lodlt: Board of Education at Nashville. Tenn.. right turns tho first spadeful of dirt for McMurry's now girls' dormitory. Alto pictured aro. loft to right Julia Luke professor emeritus of English: Joo Bonson. McMurry trustee: Mrs. J. B. Jordan. Jr Alumni Association president! and Dr. W. B. McDanlel. vice-president of tho college. (Reporter-News Staff Photo.) The War Whoop VOL. 33 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS. APRIL 13. MM No. 21 Band Tour Begins Saturday Through Texas and Kansas McMurry Founder's Day was 'elebrated April 5 with a special chapel program at McMurry a pilRnmaRc to the grave of Dr. J. W. Hunt by Wah Wahtayscc members at sunrise and meetings of alumni groups throughout Tex- as. Featured in the program at McMurry were speak m Rig- don Edwards of Sweetwater a 1131 McMurry graduate and Dr. John O. Gross of Nashville Tenn. ex...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. AprU 13. MM Pace 1 C ditoria 16 B .ss; naeeeeeeeeeeeeeeVttaemsaeeeeeeH Bffm k BHllFiHuEuiMau-v "'' i k & ffffffffffffffHBMHfffflgGfHRZ)2f . ri v r JH2Ki J Ml ieillllllim s k -..' ' TV - ; INMHHHHHMHHBHaHHHMMHMHHMHBi HE'S GOT THE MONEY SHE'S GOT THE TIME Phil Danltl. right hands over S70 which ha raited highatt biddar for a data with athlttie sweetheart Shirlay Whaat (aacond from right). Monoy raitad went to tha World University Service fund. Accepting the money for WUS are Peyton Short to keep informed. Period. It's That Timt Again It's that time again the time when a young man's fancy lightly turns to what the girls have been thinking about all year. The time too at least once every four years when people throughout the United States begin to think seriously about politics. Whether it be Ike's health or Kefauver's chances of win- ning another primary political news is big news. On a college campus we are isolated to a certain extent from the "outside world...

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

Friday. April 13. 1ISI THE WAR WHOOP Pae 3 ? -V sears iama rrolcLA wSt amma "" "i r ? r a m p u a i u b A j J a v David Burrow Is Circle K President David Burrow MeMurry sop- homore from Maryneal is the newly-elected president of Cir- cle K. Other officers elected at the service club's March 27 meet-' ing were Rene Trevino Chihua-1 hua Mexico vice - president; George Coats Knox City secrc-' tary; Phil Daniel Andrews " treasurer. Bob Washam outRoinR presi-1 dent of the MeMurry chapter and ; Milt Chester will head McMurry's 10-member delcRation to the Texas-Oklahoma diFict meet- ing of Circle K at Ada Okla April 13-15. I Washam is Lieutenant Govcr-j nor for the district ana uncster is treasurer. They were elected to these positions at a Circle K training conference held in Abi- lene in December. Projects of the MeMurry chap- ter this year have included as- sisting with the March of Dimes drive World University Ser- vice drive and information booths for campus activities. Jo ari f-'icn...

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

Page 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday. April 13. 1IM Birds Take Wing Over Ko Sari Knights 48-32 By RICHARD COOK The Kivii Dlrds defeated to Ko Saii Knights 48-32 in Reserva- tion Gym April 5. The Hi ids pulled away with an early start and held a substantial lead for the remainder of the came. Jimmy Arnold wai loading Bird icortr with 11 points. CharlM Bollna and Taj an Cunningham war a laadina; corari for Ko Sari with eight points each. The exciting game was the fourth annual classic for the two clubs. Kiva has won three Ramos and Ko Sari one. Intansa rivalry was dis- played by the players and the cheering of the pledges. Both Dirty Shirts Lead Intramural Basketball Race Over Kiva IHR The Dirty Shirt tribe is lead- ing at the throe-quarter mark in the McMurry intramural basket- ball scramble with two wins and no defeats. Following closely behind arc Kiva and IHR with two victories and one loss each. The Dirty Shirts have won over Ko Sari 33-30 and IHR 37-36 while IHR posted a 40-37 victory ov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 April 1956

' 9 McMurry Student Leaders for 1956-57 1 II A bbbbbbbW. ! HPIk jP-A Plir ; tM Hr aTeTeTeTeTeTA JAMES GLASSCOCK DARRELL VINES PHIL DANIEL Twelve Senators Named This Week Twelve students wore Humeri Senators for MSB-1!" in n closely- fought election race Tucsdav nnd Wednesdav Elected Wednesday in run- ' olf races wore senior Senator Bud Reynolds and Junior Sanator Landon Darrybarry. Raynoldi won over Sialla Btrgen. Darrybarry dafaatad Don Hamilton Senior Senators elected Tues- da weie Bob Hnv worth Curtis Johnson and Don Reavis Also running weie Jim Henderson and Shcrr West Juniors alaclad without run-offs Don Dix Jana John- ion and Mary 8crinhira. Thay ran againil Paul Goth- ard Douglas Randolph and Jarry Reynolds. Donnie Campbell Marsha Cock- rell. Nancy Dickson and Richard Tucker won sophomore Senate scats without run-offs They won over Wcldon Ennis Bob Holcomb and Thomas Isbell Glasscock Vines Daniel Head Classes Class officets for the coming 1956-57 school veai were elected Apri...

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