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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 December 1950

TToITTi 'tnm mo eiwww SOCIETY Tin v u whoop Socio Clubs Complete Round of Holiday Forties MlmiIhis nl Pdtn Bill Ppsilon I Hill 1M (' till Ml lit ( till) ( hi 1st in is SI 1SOII llllllS(ll lllllt Willi i u oliiil pin In fm in mix in pli di s and gtnsts ni Kippi Phi (iiiiiinii Sijmi III IIIK lux i mil Kn Sui I nlloxxin tin t iinlln toiii tin jt"iip issi mlili din tin S k til Mill of tin Stud nl Mti ( iitti i T In pi ijt mi iii( linli d i mm il liio iiiiiip ist d ot V it tin Cnhl) loth Putilip mil itinii Ktfiis Mini it i Ptillij sinj nut of his Hunt Hall Holds Final Dorm Social Puitun t i nl. lit it 10 !() Hunt Hill will lint tin it ( linstniis pirt in tin lniini nf tin tin mi tnt Tin ill lit will lit i ptj nun pt!t I hi pi in im is in ih u n of Ruth Dunklin ittttttim is hi in pi m tu il h Mux II u tjt m s I in I 1 ic k is in il inj tin dt mi iti nis md Ptjx Sidltt is in olurji of n fn slum nts I'm suit nt II ill u sidt nts ilim iid n m t It ol Pollx inn mi1 ltst nilit with tin it innu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 December 1950

I'nfM 0 SPOR T S I'lu'W IiIIOUr TtU'sd.i luionihci 1') l!)r0 McM Tribe to Meet M.U. Indians Tonight II I I I I I 1 I I S I 1 t I t ( i I I I I Mil Is llll M Wr.HK S WARRIOR Pauncho McCleskey Likes to Travel 1 1 iin t Mi li Ui v I nun li i ) Dili i i it It Hi i li in si I mi li islu t li mi I II in in II Mi 1 1 Mis ll IS it i I i slum I movitiL tioni t w ti low I S loil two McCItsU was li mi in I ut'li oui i In l'l.'i mil li mi linn lo now Ins UmiI in nlm (lllll II 111 I l IIS 111 llllll si iti s M i st n li I Ills In slim m i ii I 1 h isl I III ill I 111 I l in II 1L.I in 111 N M ll is wluh pi IM11L fin HlLllIllll tliul Ins tin st htlpltss in n i nl on tin lust i Hull i mil t ii mini It sums tlml MiCh sk. h i mu iiiiiliisnl in a Iiminr Pniii- uiii nl iiiiiu it i n Nli ul N M mil Mouil tun points toi his ov piiimits Ui lust In niori Hi in In i p nuts m i In s is 1 i Ui lini thin oiis it his n t h mu Limit I' miKlio hi UI ii stiilitiL 1MS' In' lunior ami u nint t - Hi is mi iili nl il...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 December 1950

' WWW'I . KA rt fc-1 lf PtpirtH ; v Tuesday Dmnubor 11) IDHO. The War Whoop Papc 7 zKtCKtte'rzew:'i:eiztvitz-?ivtKvtc'(:ee.?'zwitc'? ;'zte'c'V3'R'revvctstrvtei4:cvicirrtsrrtcictrcYiciceic 2 More Abilene Shopping Days Left for Students UCIClClC'Ct-C't !!ifift( 'iif WWVlHt'SiJlflt 'CI "IS! !' 1 1 nih n II ami rial in II i IIIIIU s In lions l Inn r fill thr I mill s K? MHilM. ion's 'ii jot ( hristmas sails jo plum. WADDINGTON'S I l)ll s U'I'Wtl I 2"i0 ( pi - (linh llollonmn uj I iiohn ion's Kimhiii ( iniih 7o). in' ( 'n ( uf (hristmas ! inwi. I n nam lihrs iniKir. ami I horiilon's lias II i si I n' mosl unnplit' i In lions of Vs. limp plas ami Tit's hi I minion's soli uw; shopping prohlrms. textt''te'isws'eww'rf!C!ffw " n ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft v.VL wrsav evv V V ft v Rl rHIFF r AFF ft f ft e5 8 S JIlitgtetCICCtetetsietl'CW'rrSVVrV'CW'Vr'STWIC ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft c' ! PA IllCii Rferi .ir . x . L..-r . i:itu:fck. McMURRY DRUG STORE :&'zev.'zizz.vz'vz'vrz...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 December 1950

Page 8 The War Whoop Tuesday December 19 1950. 'Koreans All Set For Abnormal Christmas Min A normal Christm is iti Korea is niiK h tin- sime .is in the United .States sas Hvoung-Kec Mill .stu- dent lliini tin- South Korean ( ipitnl (if .Seoul Min (in tin nlhi r liiml icalles mote tli m ptrhaps aiiynno how iitmo'tii il this Chiistmis will lie in Kore i Christmas day in Kme.i is domi- nated by children Tin snow bl mk- it fur thfio is ilmost alwavs-snow in Si dill on Dee iifi is dotted with (hildren building snow men and having snow lights Min rec ills oi l nliout two stiowliss Clinst- tnasi s Tlie little ones also anttcl- pite the iisuil visit of .Santi Claus wliiim thev t all "Gimdpi S mta ("1 ins ' I In' Christinas tree of Min's count r.v is the pine. 1 he tree Is dei orated with cleitrle lights and i olnri il rope the same as in the I . X. hut nlsn with flowers and illfli rent kinds of dulls. Ko- re ins use ii greater arietj of d-( orations Min explains. The food for the Christmas ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 January 1951

SHMKSTKK KX. AMI NATION SCIIKDUU; Monday January I.VFriday January 1!) Monday Jan. 1511 MWF 9-12; 8 TTS 2-5. Tuesday Jan. 1G 11 TTS 9-12; 8 MWF 2-5 Wednesday Jan. 179 TTS 9-12; 9 MWF 2-5 Thursday Jan. 1810 TTS 9-12; 2 MWF 2-5. Friday Jan. 19 1 MWF. 9-12; 3 MWF. 2-5. Not' from Garnet Gracy. business manager: Kvery student must secure a clearance slip from (lie busi- ness office before taking exams. Board Names Bennett Acting Vice-President Gordon R. Bennett hns been se- lected acting executive vice-president for McMurry College succeed- ing the late O. P. Thrane according to S. M. Jay McMurry board of trustees president. Bennett has been with McMurry college as assistant to the president since 1948. He will continue to hold this post at least until the bnaul takes official action in Mai oil. Known over West Texas as a public speaker both for McMuny college and on world-wide event Bennett has had school administta- tive experience at Hnmliu and Tysons Assume Duties at Gold Star Dormit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 January 1951

Page 2 The War Whoop Friday January 12 1951 Wall Wall's to Direct March of Dimes Drive Minli )l Dimes camptign on tin MiMiuij e impiis is slated to Ih M ' I in 1 1 under the direction ol tlit Will Wihtascc according to Miss Willii Mno Christopher In id ol tin dtive nt MpMuii Tin wishing well ittcndcd by ih W iht i sees under the guid STUDENT LUNCHES STEAKS SANDWICHES 1 he Best Food in Town McMurry Drug Brownie Huiukeye Ctimera Flash Model lilt 1 1 snipshot t inurii for piitute t iking iudoots or out toloi or bliuk nnd- vvhiti Onlv $6 9r Flash- holdir $at)r Priit s int. r-ul Tux COSBY S CAMKRA SHOP BIG CHIEF CAFE I : STUDENT LUNCHES : i 1 : 1407 Sayles 8 I IC. W. Presfeu JEWELER 209 PINE i I Si FEATUII M H it Can i ma Uom I I i9li I aHM No-crawl bo- I 1 94 awist scam B Law 9g Super sheet B 1 1 FuU ("hiooed Ht 1 1 m slenderizing ankles K 1 1 7k if Flattering right I K I igV angle no-slip heel H HlMfl foAETTE I Wv t$g 1 FVou Sow gtTs s55nD5Ss 1 jCOMETTEjAjj I I GOOD HOUSIKIiPINOS35 I o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 January 1951

M1'Wvi Si) Indian Cagers Meet Pirates Rowland Scores To Help West Stars Beat East 16-7 Hi ml Rowland McMurry half- back played Ills part in thi West All Stats' 10-7 defeat ot thu East- ern team in Sun Francisco on lire. Ill the occasion being the Easl- Wo.st Shtino Row! classic. Rowland scored one toiiclulown and mm to two commendable klckoff letunis in the lolc ot a hint-king l.n:ll. Tlw East had been tavotod to inn Its win stieak to four panics but a hard-chat ging Western for- wan! wall and an almost impene- trable defense stopped the men from Fast of the Mississippi. Then too there was SMIJ's Kyle Rote. Although u didn't score Rote was the game's offensive .standout and after the game was voted "the most valuable player" by presh box members. Wilford "Wliiswor" White of Arizona State and Finn Nagle of Nebraska along with Rowland completed the win- ning backfleld. Ron land got his six points early In the game. The West look the klckoff and marrheil It 70 yards to score. The drive...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 January 1951

Page 4 1m TH&m&Uam "The dead friends live and always will; Their presence hovers round us still. It seems to me they come to share Bach joy or sorrow that we bear. Among the living I can feel The sweet departed spirits steal And whether it be weal or woe 1 walk with those 1 used to know. 1 can recall them to my side Whenever 1 am struggle-tried; I've but to wish for them and they Come trooping gayly down the way And I can tell to them my grief And from their presence find relief. In sacred memories below Still live the friends of long ago." Edgar A. Guest The flag flew at half-mast last week on the Reservation in respect to both O. 1 Thranc administrator and friend and Charles Miller Indian gridman and classmate. Words come hesitantly when talking of death for words arc earthly crea- tions while Death is the Real Creation. Perhaps an "In Memo- riam" should enumerate the outstanding qualities characteris- tics and traits of the deceased. Here it is senseless. Both Mr. Thrane ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 January 1951

-. - i n rvrtw w ' Cent Page SOCIETY The WAU WHOOP in Alice Pittard fo Wed Aggie" Betty Campbell Takes Vows Alln Ann Piltnitl will In mini tin; hi idi t Chillis Mlihill of nson tonioitow nlht nl 7 00 in tin Anson rust Mtthodist Chun Ii AtUmlints ol tin Inlili m licit u Louisi Biliu ot iisim mnlil nt honot a Mi Phi liind ot An mi mil Sm Piulli mil Pi i linn ndiisiin of Mi Minn limits 111 (ills Tlu utiliilnc is to In inl'onn il with tin hi idi ittiml in i niw blm dii ss mil tusl lost linsso in s Aim Ann is i sopliunion In Mi Mm l tolltm mil Chillis is a st Hint d AM nl N t lln i upli will nsiili in Hi in wlim Alii i Ann pi ins to wink until (linlis (omnlitis his iiilnili woiU in linn H(tt I.uin (iitlin d lighter of Mi mil Mis Ivim Ctillin of Sn ili i In i nnn tin hi idi ol Hilt C imp Barbara Davis' Paintina Chosen Week's Work StiiiUnt Punting of tin Wnl si In ttil In LIomI HI mils nl in stiurtoi is one b Biibua Dis Hub in is u thin! cn nit student ft oni Pinhindli Tcms Pit tut e of th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 January 1951

I'flRC ( Friday January 12 1951. 100 McMurry Exes In Armed Services lIIOllll.ltl'l. 1011 l'Xe.1 Of Ml'- Miim i nlleRc have alieady been iiiiIiii li'd itilo I In1 aimed services .mil in my iiiiiii' aic slated to leave tlll.s mm 111 iiccmdlllR In Jctnnie V.1IIIIOJ li Isll.u TIiiim wlui nil' iille.idx gone In i linlr linn tlnldcu li I. lilnu.l li 1' iin.lil h . Lloyd Kuck- r Kii luilil Cllioll Allhur Choi M. It i C. .. . 1 1 . ' i i i )icl I)iim1iii T U. Alilmll lli'W ml Villii.s Jiime. K (ii.iliimi Ti'd II mini 1 iiiiii Mulli- i'i I'.iIIn MiiiiIroiiici- Millie Slew ill loee IVIitmiii Hull llledsoe lint Mrl.:nt .:mc1. Kurt))' I'r.uik liiiius .loll n Snder Meredith II. Jackson Murk Mr- Malum. .In.. Itlrdu ell liank li.i.ml Maitland llexler. llul I). '.iske .liilm I'. Kiiliisnii Unlilix lli'iisiin. I'.i1l M.illii'us Pi it Cilliii'tl. KiMiiiitli IIiiiriuw Ti.ivis til illln P.obeil II i.Ui Kililie Hirli.'il-ilMiii 1'nii in l-'nlKii.son l?eil McNeely l.i wis KiiImiii iii'.uly (I illnnl Dor-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 January 1951

Student Center Opens It opened yesterday! Following a wait or three months since its dedication Oct. 10 and 11 the Radford Memorial Student Life Center opened its doors yesterday for student recreation. oi.ivkk a. m si I Student Dentcr Manner M; ; m ESS'.' V B Sp? V ilBK;-? 'am H Assembly to Climax March of Dimes Drive March of Dimes drive on the McMurry campus conducted by Wan Wahtayaeca will be climaxed Monday In assembly with a brief program reports Emily Ledbetter president. Uniformed members of the group will receive donations to the drive immediately following the pro- gram. Last week a wishing well was erected In the hall of the ndmlnis- tratlon building and was attended by members of the women's soiv- Ire gnlip. Posters were displayed over the campus in keeping with the oaiu- piign. Individual members also so- licited donations from members of the administration and faculty. Annually the Wah Wahtnysees conduct this and other campaigns. Miss Willie Mae Christopher spon- sor w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 January 1951

Page 2 The War Whoop Friday January 26 1951. FUTURE TEACHERS NEWS FT A to Select Queen For State Convention Members of tin' McMurry Future TciohcrH of America are asked to meet In Q.ri Moiulny at M ) in to Hclci I Mil KTA qUOCIl IHIIIUUIH'C'.S Mi Andrew W Hunt iipoitsoi The queen will lepiesont the Mo- Muiiy iliiiptrr of KTA nt the .stair convention which is .hcIiimIiiIoiI to to be held In Lubbock next mouth 111 Hunt also report tint NKA Journals ate In hl.s ollUe ami that CAMPUS EXCHANGE Oklahoma (. Says Conditions Cause Poor Morale Low Grades Hy KMII.Y I.KIIIKTTKK Uncertain condition In the woild have losultod in poor mot ale and low grades on their campus io- poils tho University of Oklahoma. Korty-Mx percent of tile students c.inie through with gt.ulcs of "II" or "V" for the mld-sinoster. Kvon the girls ale jittery declared the unlveisity'.s counselor of women. Annm-latcd Women SlmlonlH at West Virginia tlnl entity has squclchis! n plan In lmr a nin- Jttrolto appotir d tiling hn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 January 1951

.0 H o Mens Volleyball Tournament to Begin Men's Intramural volleyball next Intramural sport on the program is tentatively scheduled to start next week the Intramural Council re- ports. The council Is made up of n representative of each of the par- ticipating teams and Is headed by co-directors of Intramurals Dick Rlchey and Bill Morlng. It Is expected that the volleyball tournament will consist of a single round-robin and the games are to be reeled off In the gym. WEEKS WARRIOR Payne Plays Bass Horn Too! Edgar Payne this Week's War- rior is rounding out his ninth year of activity In organized athletics. Kdgar has participated In basket- ball and football since his junior high school days. Payne graduated from Ualltnger High School In 1947. This In Itself was quite a remarkable feat since he did It In just two years. Kdgar explains that it took a "mighty heavy schedule to do It." He was voted BaUlngcr's "most valuable athlete" his senior year after let- tering two years In both foot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 January 1951

Page 4 Student Souffa fa (fatten The Rati lord Memorial Student Life Center is open! Great news for the Rcsci'vationists. At last the Center is open and ready for student occupation. It's not all a bed of roses though. Back of the opening went a great deal of plan- ning plotting and thinking. Two major points constitute most of the worry now. Physical damage and student cooperation. In order for the Center to operate successfully and be used to the fullest extent the various student organizations and individuals must work together. It must be fully realized accepted and put into effect that the Center is not for one group one individual but instead for everyone. Club looms will have to be shared the bowling alleys can't be monopolized ten people can't play the one piano simultaneously . . . Mrs. Radford donated $600000 for the building of the Center. Workmen labored tediously to put the finishing touches on the Center. It is constructed solidly for student wear and tear. Still in or...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 January 1951

Dean Tote Gives Women Instructions on Sochi Clubs' Rush Week Instructions were Riven ficshmcn anil transfer women student this morning after assembly by Denn Jennie Tate concerning rush week for women's social clubs which Is slated to begin Feb 8 Preceding the Instructions Mis Tate Introduced roprescntatlvcH of the four clubs and anonnors to the group. Included were: Jan Black Jane Crockett Mr. Phil E. Channcll Delta Beta Kpsllon. Charlcnc Ross Betty Sue Ste- phens Miss Beth Myntt Gamma Sigma; Pat Miller La Verne Adams Miss Vcrnle Newman Kappa Phi; Nancy Duncan Frances Hynds Miss Willie Mne Christopher TIP. The entire text of Dean Tate's Instructions is hero re-prlntcd at the request of the intcr-soclal club council. "Each clubs mnkes up n list that Is composed of girls desired for membership in that club This list is turned to me and I make up n list omitting any duplicates This list is cleared for grade average of 1. "No girl is considered if she hn.s not been carrying 12 semester...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 January 1951

Page 6 The War Whoop Friday January 28 1951. City Attorney McMurry f x Planned Cartooning Career Ily MAltV HITT "If .someone would feed me for two years I would become n pro- fessional cartoonist" says Wilson .Tohn.slon Abllene's city nttorney nnd McMurry ex. "Hut" continued Johnston "my advice to anyone wanting to go Into the field Is just plain 'don't!'" According tn Johnston cartoon- ing is like most other professions "Many want to be where only a few can." Johnston began his cartooning rareer when he was in the third grade in the Crosbyton sehool sys- tem. He won a prize for having the brt hand drawn picture in the class. With IhU early Mart he be- gan de eloping his talent Into a most Intereistliig hobby. While In Crosby I on high school he did all nf the urt work on the school neuspaMr. Johnston graduated from Mc- Muny In 10.18. He worked his way through college doing commercial art work for the Coca-Cola and McMurry Drug JUMi FtATMII m MLYJl Ctm't nw Immi Vm m t Kl MkXaBWt. a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 February 1951

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 February 1951

The War Whoop Friday February 2 1951. Page 2 Southwestern Med School Accepts Harrison Porterf ield CHURCH-CHATTER B MOZEI.LE NEEPER D. O. Porterfleld and Joe Har- rison McMurry seniors hnvc been ntffptffl for the mil term of 1051 lit Southwestern Medical School Dallas which is a branch of the University ot Texas. Portertleld Is from Tost. He has been a member of the Science club four yenis anil served as president one yeai. Ho has also served as president of the junior class and Ko S.ui social club and vice-presi dent of Christian Foundation. He has been a member of Alpha Chi two years. His major is chemistry and his minor biology. Harrison from Dtmmitt has ! C W. PreJey JEWELER 209 PINE rorterfleld Harrison been a member of the Science club three years. In his freshman year he was elected president of his class and served as sophomore representative the next year. He was chosen Jun- ior favorite and this year has 1 R. L. SPRADLEY rxnru jfiAiuirji Phone 2-0082 2242 So. 14th St. mnnn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 February 1951

o ' Indians Beat ACC 59-51 WEEKS WARRIOR Panhandle Official Gives Carl Jowell 22 Basket Medals By ORLO MITCHELL This Week's Warrior has been awarded enough miniature basket- ball to supply a marble tourna- ment. Yea officials in the Panhan- dle have found occasion to make twent-two awards to Carl Jowell for his outstanding hardwood play. Jowell has a stunning record of athletic accomplishments not all connected with basketball. He let- tered 4 years in football at Dim- mitt his home and captained the team one season. At McMurry he has exhibited a highly respectable passing arm. And now to the long line of cage honors. Besides lettering four years Jowell was named to the All-District and All-Regional teams three years straight and selected All- Tournament in every tournament he participated in after his fresh- man year. He made All-State in 1948. In 1949 he was chosen to. represent the North in the Texas Coaches School All-Star game. Carl transferred here from Rice institute this yea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 February 1951

Brave-Les Goes Bowling These next two weeks have special significance to the fresh- man women . . . it's the social club rush season. To the women it's an important decision one packed full of intrigue doubt suspense and finally on bid-day overwhelming joy. Yes it's a great moment for the rushees and a definite part of college activities. Yet it's only typical of all affiliations. Elementary and high school provided some opportunity for joining. College offers even more. Yet after graduation there'll be a civic club a literary fraternity a political part a bridge club a garden group a bowling club a business club . . . dozens of clubs groups all with the same meaning . . . affiliation. This college affiliation soon to be made is typical of all the many others which will be made later. As in the case of other organizations which will issue invitations to join a person is independent in his choice. It depends on common interests friends and always the desire to "belong" to some group ...

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