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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 3 May 1924

THE WAR WHOOP PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENT BODY OF McMURRY COLLEGE Volume I. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 3 1924. NUMBER 23 "T Weekly Chatter Mslaters Son Shot. Chumfxr of Commerce Christopher Colnmbus Queen Isabella ! Tlill Oslfer "Minister's Son Shot As Bandit" was the flaring headline of a newi stoiy in one of the state's leading dallies. The story was of interest to readers because of the fact that the young man shot was a minister's son and not that a bandit was shot. Of course the publishers printed the story because they knew it would please their readeis. Some people take a fiendish delight in seeing a good man or the son of a good man fall from the beaten paths of so-called decency. They read that articli with an I told-you so expression on their faces. Such folk realh) enjoy the Bight of another's humullatlon li is food for their narrow Blnful cruel natures They are not so far removed from thebrute as the person with a kindly soul. They are to be classed with the people w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 3 May 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP Student Publication of McMurry College. ressarlly ai rived at the age of so- holding It or If he is seeking It be- called manhood but should think cause he believes' he deserves It and and act as men and not children. can do something 1 cully worth while The student whether In school or for the student body. Published Earn Saturday Morning by the Student Hotly of McMurry College. Serond Class Mailing Privileges Applied For. Subh KimoN Phut Pkb Ykab $1.60 out reflects the training lecelved while In bcIiooU He is noticed and commented on by both interested and disinterested people. They form opinions of colleges by the men and women who make up tnoir student bodies. If the students present a Office: First Floor Administration neat clean appearance they are im- Buildlng. pressed and always take every op- -. portunlty to say woids of common - IJONNER MEADOK Editor in Chief riatlon. . But if they slouch arouud J. F. QUILLET Astt. Edltoi the stieets to the classrooms or ROBE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 3 May 1924

a- X A ;N 1 T The Gloco Episode Act 1. Scene Bailey Hall any time during the school term. The main action of the play certera around two young men and their Bcurcli for hair oil. Having dates and no hair oil something must be done. Characteis: Pats Edmundson and Tom Holden. Scene 1. Holdpir and Edmundson meeting In room of former. Edmundson: Have you any hair of Holden? Ihave a date and I simply must have something to paste down my unruly locks (lisping). Holden: No I don't have a drop and I too have a date. Edmundson: Oh dear what shall we do. I wouldn't think of going out without having my hair pasted down. Holden: Neither would I. Edmundson: (Burying head in hands sobbing softly then jumps from where he was sitting) I have It. There is Borne Gloco in Skinny Ed- wards room. We will go down and borrow some of it. Holden: Lend on Romeo; 1 am with you until death do us part. Act 2. Scene laid in plain but neat- ly furnished room with penants ami tennis racquets on the wall. A typi- c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 3 May 1924

i r New Dresses Just In Selected by our Mr. Minter on his second trip to the New York market this season. Smart fresh new styles. In Silks In Voiles In Linens For Baccalaureate ' For Graduation and for street and sport wear. Some of the prettiest dresses and best val- 'ues we have ever shown $6.75 $1 2.50 I8.75 up to .. $62.50 mance which surrounda the early life of the pioneers of this and other wes- tern sections. The papers are to be preserved and are open to public in- Hpectlon and students of other col- leges. It is thought that many inci- dents of historical value will come in through tills channel which will be of double value to this school and all schools participating in the contests. School heads who have been into 'in- ed of the new plan are co-operating heartily and net year great results are expected. The awards and prizes will be an- nounced later. Palace Friday and Saturday Wm. Fox Presents "The Arizona Express" David Butler and Pauline Stark. in An honest melodrama ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 10 May 1924

THE WAR WHOOP 1'UIJLISIIED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENT DODY OP McMUKRY COLLEGE u Volume I. ADILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 10. 1924. NUMBER 24 1 Weekly Chatter Qiipstioiinlrc to Mothers. Pessimists Wrong-. Universal Language Heart Throb .Machine. (Herman Political I 'a Hies. Jl Dill Oslfer All varieties of activities are bcln.t; subjected to close study with u view to thuir betterment. This is as It should bo. In Colorado Springs a questlonnlro has been sent to all mothni'8. This is sent to them to try to establish u closer relationship be- tween mother and daughter; tryiny to stimulate mothers into nctlon ro guiding their children and giving them a system! by which to work. The world Is becoming bettor edu- cated every day. The public school and colleges aro full and overflow- ing. There will come a time when the public schools will add on more work to their regular four year high school schedule and vviho known that full college courses will not bo added at some time. When Illiteracy ! reduc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 10 May 1924

u t) THE WAR-WHOOP Student Publication of McMurry College. Published Each Saturday Morning by the Student liody of McMurry College. Second Class Mailing Privileges Applied For. Suhscrii'TIon Phici: Per Ykar f 1.50 Office: FlrHt Floor Administration Building. BONNER MEADOIl Editor in Chief J. F. QUILLET Asst. Editor ROBERT YOUNG litis. Mgr. " STAFF Literary Editor Lcla Mac Skinner Society Editor . .. MaiyTeiry lliiminuiis Editor Eiunccs Maine Spoils Edilui Clink Mcadoi Circulation Manager C. 11. Gales FACULTY ADVISORY COMMITTEE. 1ls.v Julia Lukcr Miss Lola Arm- at i una It. M. Medley. Typist: Eaye Ciuig Cecil Bishop. TomonoNN Is Mother's Day. This oc- t.is'on should mean more to the stu- dent than any other class of society we think. In most cases the mothers of Htudonts arc living and it is pos- ihie for them to express! their rever- ence love and appreciation either personally or hy letter. If you are one of tho fortunate one who will wear the red flower thon no home If you posslhl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 10 May 1924

'V T FKKSHMEN HAND IN 3IANY GOOD 8TORIKS (Continued from pnse 1) moment I would break forth through the chirping of the crickets and say "Ella Mae! Will you be my wife?" That very question continually rang in my ears as if I had heard it yelled two or more hours through some megaphone. Ella Mac seemed to understand that I was worried over some matter. A large elm tree was hanging over the lane not far in advance and here un- der the shadow where not even the man in the moon could hear or see I would break forth with the question that was ringing in my ears. We gradually drew near the old elm. Ella Mae was walking closer to me than ever. There was a silence as we pass- ed under the shadow. Ella Mae seem- ed to understand and was giving me every chance she could to help me hurl out the question but my throat seemed to close up and that was as far as I could force the words. We gradually passed down the lane toward the old swinging bridge that spanned the creek. Now I decided that on t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 10 May 1924

It 1. I'll" New Dresses Just In Selected by our Mr. Minter on his second trip to the New York market this season. Smart fresh new styles. In Silks In Voiles In Linens For Baccalaureate ' For Graduation and for street and sport wear. Some of the prettiest dresses and best val- ues we have ever shown $6.75 $12.50 M8.75 up to $62.50 iHliiSHEwPfl?CT Tlnm Hall short for Diiiley Hall The boys out tliere have invented a new Imitation of thunder. Go oor .nine niRhl and usdee them to mil that IiIk filvteen pound shot down the Htalis for you. Thej will be Kind to oblipo you Come after tweho A M and tho will be mine than willing to pel form. At The Palace Where n cordial welcome awaits you at all times. Pictiues that ate as pcood as the best; cheaper than the lest. Program Friday and Saturday 9th and 10th Chailes (lluck) Jones in "The Vagabond Trail" An urmuiwr stoiy ol the heait of a hobo. (By Geo. Owen Baxtei) ALSO A GOOD COMEDY Coming! MON.. TUBS.. WED. 3 Days May 12 13 14 Jackie's Greatest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 17 May 1924

MAGAZINE ISSUE THE WAR WHOOP ""I PUBLISHED WEEKLY DY THE STUDENT BODY OP McMUKRY COLLEO E Volume I. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 17 1924. NUMBER 25. THE REACTION BY CLIFFORD FRYE i Mr. and Mrs Phil Vincent were Biich un extortion they thought to all the newly mairicd couples '1 licit mturlago was Ideal . Pat was an Idenl housekeepei she always hid time to console comfort keep h's buttons sowed on and keep his favorite magazines within reach of his easy chair. Phil was an ideal lovci and 'i thoughtful husband Pat thouOit then was nothini more to be dcsiied Their bird-nest was out in the sub- urbs of Hartbrook Connecticut It wasn't a mansion but it was luge enough for Pat nnd 1'hll and foi theli friends to make men In and for Jack Phil's Scotch collie. Just threo months aftci Phil and Pat had moed into their new home some fi lends came over to make theii "Ohs" and "Ahs" and "Oh how cunning' oxer it. All was spick and span. Phil had been cutting somt rose buds thi't Pat at u belated mo- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 17 May 1924

"Blood Will Tell" (Continued from Page 1) ceiveri mnilc him growl grumble and sometimes cen swear that the boy should be deprived of his name at onte. Mrs Styles would talk him back to too fact that Sid's future was at stake and that Sid needed him It was during the winter term at the Uni ersity that Sid was sent homo lor the last time How he dreaded the inciting with his father. Would that lie could go off at once and die He knew that he'd neer be missed When he got home ho slowl as- cended the steps nearly looking the idea of repentance then; he walked sloAlj into the- hall nnd hearing voices in the library he suddenly stopped He did not mean to be eavesdropping but he stood still to listen "What1 You think th.it oui son is a worthless scoundril that lie is good for nothing" lie heard Mr. Jackhon of I lie Cltlenu Hank say. 'Well s I'm afiaid so; but 1 might have known all the time lie never would amount to anything. You never can till how one like him is go- ing to turn out. I hop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 17 May 1924

X A V "Blood Will Tell" (Continued from Paso 2) ttant the enso may be brought up in next week's court ro you must get busy with your lawyer. Now about your son I'm Kind he la making a start in life and I'm Bure with your aid he will do good. The bank will be glad to let you hnve the money" said Jackson "I'm not so sure of Sid but I do hope the boy means business. ' You know I naturally want him to do something big. He has been a disap- pointment for a long time and I'm afraid he is about gone. Of course this is confidential Jackson every- one doesn't know Sid as I do. " But most everyone did know Sid in the very same way. "I'll tell him to check on me while I'm gone to the city to get my lawyer to coino over to win that case from Head. I'm sure the scoundrel will fight to the last minute and no telling he is likely to trick us out so 1 want a sure enough lawyer to handle my part" continued Mr. Stone. Sid did not see his father again un- til noon and at Unit time Mr. Stone was making...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 17 May 1924

Special Suits For Graduation Let us show you our new semi-English model three- piece Suit of dark navy unfinished worsted silk lined yoke round front vest and English cut trousers. A very smart suit for dressy wear. A big value and ap- propriae for graduation week service. Priced $35 At The Palace Monday & Tuesday The recreation of the immortal story of a wonderful sacrifice. "Monna Vanna" from Maurice Maeterlinck's famous drama. A Wm. Fox Special Production. REMEMBER Our pictures are as good as the best cheaper than the rest. "Blood Will Tell" (Continued from Piige 3) but If you hnd rather I won't mention it." said Sid. "What could a lcid like you do with a big cam ns I hnve?" Mr. Stone naked ns he left the room. No one knew who the lawyer Mr. Stone hnd secured not even Sid who was very anxtoua to meet him. Hut he dared not mention the case ni;ain. About eight o'clock Monday Morn- ing Mr. Stone beRnn to Ret nervous lils lawyer had not come; he was ex- pecting him every few minu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 24 May 1924

THE WAR WHOOP u PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENT BODY OP McMURRY COLLEGE Volume I. ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 24 1924. NUMBER 2G. Weekly Chatter Bathing Beauties Heroic Merman Teaal? In Japan Keffr Festivities By rail Oslfer The good club women of New Jer- sey state that they are strongly against beauty contests and the un- scrupulous exploitations of young womanhood In beauty pageants and bathing shows. There are many ar- guments both for and against beauty shows but we cannot see that shows of this sort have any especially help- ful Influence on either v the young ladles participating or on the morale of the public as a whole. There are some phases of the beauty shows which are positively repulsive to the thinking person. A beautiful woman cam by entering such a contest gain more publicity and wealth In a few days than can a young woman with brains who studies for a lifetime and really renders humanity a service. A large part of the newspaper reading public will gaie a second time ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 24 May 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP Student Publication of McMurry College. Published Each Saturday Morning by the Student Body of McMurry College. Second Class Mailing Privileges Applied For. Subhckiption Pbicu Per Yeah $1.50 Office: First Floor Administration Building. BONNER MEADOR Editor in Chief J. F. QUILLET .Asst. Editor ROBERT YOUNG...... Bus. Mgr. STAFF Literary Editor. Lcla Mae Skinner Society Editor Maty Terry Humorous Editor fiance Blaine Sports Editor Clark Mcador Circulation Manager C. B. Outcs serve you. The business managers of the War-Whoop and Totem will be elected whereas heretofore they were appointed by the elected editors. Since this matter is being left up to students it is up to them to choose carefully and make their selections with a conscience for much of the success of the above mentioned publi- cations is due to the efforts of the fin- ancial manageis. These offices 10- quire natural ability and a quantity of hard work. They nre payed -a small salary and should be willing to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 24 May 1924

brown little hand ran throuph his thick hair and n. frown settled just over his noso. Determination slowly took the place of bewilderment in his expression! and ho beckoned to Wolf who roso and started after him. "I've got to find Prince and while I'm looking for him I'll try t' think out a way to fix you so Daddy won't know 'bout it. Wait a minute- A'.l l!ll have to do is chain you up and nobody'U know the difference. Come 'ere." The bits of wool were carefully ex- tracted from the dog's teeth and tho malted hairs about his muzzle and throat were separated until there was no trace of wool nor blood en the cul- prit; but as he fawned at Davy's feet. the boy could not help feeling that he had lost the dog's respect. Davy soon found his horse and starlid for home; but there was an inexplainable fcclins that threatened to smother him and a voice not heard by ears cried "Traitor." He was glad to find when he reached honr that his father hod gone off on a bus- iness trip and would not be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 24 May 1924

ONE HANK '0 HAIR $100 Special Suits For Graduation Let us show you our new semi-English model three- pieca Suit of dark navy unfinished worsted silk lined yoke round front vest and English cut trousers. A very smart suit for dressy wear. A big value and ap- propriae for graduation week service. Priced $35 all right?" nuked his father as Davy united himself at the table. 'YeB sir" said Davy "and Daddy. 1 got somethln' else to tell ou too." "All right go uheud son. What i1. It?" "t-I found out who tho killer Is!" "Pino! waB It a dog or a wolf?" "Don " In a weak voice. "How" "Daddy It's Wolf!" burst forth tho boy. "And oh I hated t' 'tell you but you'll have to kill 'lm. I can't hardly Htuud It. but It wont be right not to." Two toars foil on tho tablo cloth. "No" suid Mr. lAwrenco thought- fully "No. it won't. Davy I'm promt of you. You're a teal American ot the Southwest and there's the twenty- five dollar reward waiting for you." "No daddy no! I couldn't tuko that. It 'u'd bo like s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 3 June 1924

SUMMER SCHOOL EDITION THE WAR WHOOP PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENT BODY OP McMURRY COLLEGE Volume I. ABILENE TEXAS. TUESDAY. JUNE 3 1924. NUMBER 27. -i. EROS LOSE TENNIS SETS TOPHILOS. In the tennis tournament played Friday evening between the Erosophl- uns and Philomathjans the latter won in two ot the three hard fought sets. Hill and Edmundson represented the if L'ros and Brown and Steele were the defenders of the Philo aggregation. The first set was rather slow owing to the stiff wind that was blowing;. Noither side exhibited any exceptional tenuis serving but tbe returns often showed good form and ability Out- come of the first set was 6 to 4 Eros winning. The second set was filled with thrills it looked like the Eros haJ cinched the match. At one time the games were 5 to 3 and only one point was needed to win the match for the Eros. But this final point seemed impos&lble to get. The Philos buckled down and won four straight games winning the m 7 to 5. The third set was any...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 3 June 1924

McMURRY IN PICTURES We thank you for your patronage in the past and hope you will be back with us again next year. PAT'S PLACE EsgtaajjBsawa ADMINISTRATION lil'ILDINUr-O XK OF THE MOST JMODKHJi AND lMtACTH'll COIXKUK JU'ILIHNUS IN EXISTENCE. : I S r-- - IV 1 ifflP I Hl'lS'T HALL. THE YOl'Mi LADIES HOME. ANOTHER DOHMITOKY MUCH L411UEK AND MOKE IIEAITIFUL WILL HE HEADY FOR OCTIT- 1'ATION NEXT SElTEMBEIt. 'HIE COLLIUa: OltrilESTKA UNDER THE AHLE DIRECTION OF MISS OH LEE MAHEM THIS OIUJAMZ A'HOX HVS 31VDE MONUKHITL IMtOtiKESS. sw-feasskia s . r 'j FIRST YEAR FOOT HUT TEAM. HY WINMM5 HALF THEIR GAMES THE FIRST YEAR AN ENVIAHLE RECORD MAS SET FOR A NEW IN- ST1 1'l'TION. For REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE of all kinds- see us. Always at your service and will appreciate your business. Only' the best Old Line Companies in our office. WALTER T.WHITE Insurance and Realtor 120 Chestnut Sfreet Phone 715 Your Business Demands Advertising Do It With Patented Road Signs Write for Prices Patented Road Si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 3 June 1924

u r l p I -Y H - WKammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I" " ' - - 'PIN! $ I : & . i.-j 0 iw r II STUDIO OF MISS GYPSY TED SUL I.IVAN DEAN OF FINE ARTS. iHHHHHHIHIflKiiflHHHKHKuaMEvyi(3HHHIflHHHiiHN r " "i susng.-- - 'rA"tvljRgaMM gjjMMMjMjMgjjMnMj iudgment an appreciation of the beautiful and to increase the creative ability of each student. The course In general consists of the fundamentals of art which include charcoal draw- ings of objects and still life nnd fetching from nature; painting from Mill life landscape and the posed model with water-color pastel and oil; china painting In pulnU lustres and enamels together with original designing. Normal Courses. The ever growing demand for teachers thoioughly equipped for ill- if ctlng .music and art :n the grades and hisrh schools maks the course of Public School Drawing of benefit lo suiihiic: school students who are Oi- aho expect to become teachers of literary subjects. l'ulille School Music. Class Instruction will be given In tight-s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 3 June 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP Student Publication of McMurry College. Published Each Satuittay Morning by the Student Body of McMurry College. Second Class Malting Privileges Applied For. In the 20th Century there seems to be a rebellious felling againot all laws. We do not think however tbnt tha feeling is quite so rabid at come would have us think or that the 20lh Cen tury young aie so degenerate as Bomr reformers tell us we are. We aro changed since the great war but so is everything else under the sun. Psy- SuuHiitiiTio.N I'bici: Ptn YtAB fl.50 chologists have racked their brains. and some have offered feasible explan ations why the world is as it is. But we are not concerned especially BONNER MEADOIt Editor in Chief with why It Is rebellious. We know it J. F. OUILLET At. Editor is and that this student body is re- ROBERT YOUNG Bus. Mgr. presentathe of the "Restless Age." i rrr- 1 But we will say that although the av- STAFF eiace ntudent hates to he restrict! Office: First Floor Administration ...

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