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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 March 1956

T 28 :e I <8SSg ? THE RAMS LBS The Voice of TWC Students paw fj Wit byj : fur ] Pf. JME 28 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1956 No. 21 >ka-Sakkara Schedule BULLETIN! ■esentation March 9 a 24- ED Look :RS lies esleyan College students L.ultj are cordially invited |ii i th>' twenty-second an- >eka-Sakkara presentation Friday evening, March 9, 11 30 at the New Elks •at'd on White Settlement |: the Bailey intepK'Ction In crth. will be played by the atterson Orchestra and the of Ceremonies will be Mr. Mitchell, a graduate Sak- |ho is now employed at the as an Admissions Cftunsel- ,an«i Mrs. Howard Hughes ufty sponsors of Deka and Chaperones will be Mr. : Merlin Mitchell and Mr. i. Sam Rasco. Honorary nes will be Dr. and Mrs. IStreatt and Dr. and Mrs. E. Ward. ■members of Deka to be bd are Donna Sue Blair, |r of Mrs. Myrtle Blair of i; Frances Gee, daughter and Mrs. Francis Gee of per; Shirley Baker, daught- er. and Mrs. E. A. Baker burne, Texas; Lloydean [ daughter of Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 March 1956

MMHHHMMnM s* Page 2. THE RAMBLER T uesd XCHANGES UTILE MAN ON CAMPUS by Dick Bibler The shipment of 18 modern American tanks to Saudi Arabia—after an embargo on them was lifted —caused a political stir in Washington. The tanks, M-14 Walker Bulldogs, were sold to tbe<Arab nation August 25, but protests in Congress ana from Israel forced a two day embargo on their shipment. They were released after Saudi Arabia hinted it might re- fuse to renew a U. S. arifields permit. This action seems to be a case of America s -preaching one-thing and practicing another. We have recognied Israel as a nation and are sending hqf? support. Many people feel that Amefica is feeding one fire in', order-to be prepared for another. Wash- ington's Israeli Embassy protested, "An Arab country which is in no danger of attack from anyone receives American arms. Israel which is in serious danger of attack has so far received nothing.'' An agreement made in 1951 gives Saudi Arabia the right to buy arms from th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 March 1956

£ > I ' i •. nph" , - . ■■'•■> i.,1 -, A , uesday, March 6, 1956 3DS dO NOISIAIQ THE RAMBLER Page "5. athematics Department Offers Minors Prospective Preparatory Students enthusiasts ("xamine a short wave radio receiver and transmitter, tessla coil, and jryro- srope. This equipment can be and is used in the phytirs class. Sev- eral studentfj*have found thai op- erating short wave radio® is a fas- cinating pastime for them. ■TL\ eandi^ oth^r but i But BOB s senior )ITOKS NOTE: This in tile of a serien of article* on the on of Science. Next Week a v-rii-H of article* will appear Division of I'hilooophy and ( department or mathematics t'C offers a minor in the field |u; math. College algebra krigonometry are offered prl- to satisfy the requirements i-medical and pre-dental ts. The minor available •s the requirements under w for prospective teachers •wish 4o teach mathematics, large number of TWO gradu- jiow teach math in the Fort h Public Schools as well as ■here. Mr. F. R. Matth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 March 1956

4- -\ Page 4. THE RAMBLER Tuesra/, Mi' Math Department (Continued tr n> I'iiki* 3> Mary Jo Kunn<Hs, lives Los Angelas. Hi hat six grandsons and one littlo granddaughter Mr, Matthis has n HA degree from TWO and MA degree-from TCU. Some of the honors bestowed on Mr. Matthis during his time at TWC are a TXWECO dedication, the Golden Rule twice, and he U the proud owner of a seventeen jewel Elgin watch given him by n Senior Class which he sponsored in 1947. Two outstanding things that Mr. Matthis takes pride in are the fact that now for fifteen years he has taught the Sigler Bible Class of Men at Polytechnic Methodist Church, and the fact that he helped found the Illotus Duodecim and served as" Irs stponsqp for a num- ber'of year?;. This club establish- ed in his name the F. R. Matthis Scholarship Fund to help worthy students. Students fAay Try Out For Golf, Tennis Teams Anyone Interested invited to contact O. D team will start Tuesda The tennis sehedul Saturday Tuesday Thursda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 March 1956

f ; C,v:..,xvi' wmi THE RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students „. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, MARCH 1956 No. 22 Vavy SpJ| abled hiijl ' prartidB ■ciai A will be 'e season j Wesleyan Singers Start On Annual Week's Tour Today S LA SOCIAL CLUB presented fifteen new members at the presentation dance heli*ht the EnSP tidav night. Sakkara social club also presented its new members. New members of Deka are, front jft to right: Beverly Hinds, Neomi Hopkins. Lloydean Martin, Erin Andorsen, Joy Winton. Second jfhirley Ba^er, Yvonne Johnson, Linda Hall, Donna Sue Blair, Charlotte Boswell. Third row: Messer, Frances Gee, Joyce Glover. Fourth row: Kittie .Hedgpeth, Mary Ann Noland. ka-Sakkara Formal Presentation Id Friday Night At Elks Club mi innual formal presentation >eka and Sakkara was held the new Elks Club in the ^ballroom from 8:00 to 11:30 It was the twenty-second {sary presentation ball of Iher-sister clubs. fccorative theme of the ball an effective pink and aqua- color scheme reminiscent | deep ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 March 1956

Page 2. THE RAMBLER Tuesdai jesda) *D<xe& 10 @ent<i 7H<z&e Settle? There was a rumor on the campus last week to the effect that pay phone calls would be raised from a nickel to a dime. This is more than most of the students on this campus can afford to pay. In this writer's opinion the fact that the dormitor- ies have to use pay phones at all is unusual in 'tse'T. Are pay phones really necessary in the dorms? In fact it would be more convenient for all concerned if regu'ar phones were installed. The only drawback as fas as this writer can see is the fact that a record of long distance phone calls would have to be made, "and that wouldn't really be a problem. The phones could be paid for by charging each member of the dormitory less than fifteen cents a month. Long dis- tance tariffs could be paid to the monitor, who would rhen pay the phone bill at the end of the month. This arrangement would be more satisfactory than the present one in which you must have a nickel ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 March 1956

lb ab m. Khich M4 IfN as I Ma ■ ul M [*• t fill | the | I a rj l'TprotjJ I will) | line. '"A J and JA! |n« the! fanhipi] tip ben Hal Ail rill be ! f-Tn, WC cai I'v Shd hither, If Crete,j wn to ] pcaiw Si Jext fall! |li school! (arranged gladioli J Mrs. |r hospitd contes PetU and Reived, j need the SU he Admis lier this j |nwide ps from | book Is, New! Missouri, I ope, \vho| on the fl In-off beta and VirJ lis Sweet hior ecoia ItWC at I student | State Dale} Iterial std >rt ler sers "ices iy. March 13, 1956 THE RAMBLER ring F ashions F eature . •" «i itg, Slender Look Page "3. , ORGANIZATIONS Clubs Meet, Initiate Dr. James Kincaid Made Dean, Graduate* Head Mlt Kl.\ MOVKR j l'ii. n or - Ik for a irlng anjd sum-| "after five" dress. "Sundi or . h the slender look !wl nfter the Or- e wonderful in chu*> little time pkeep The same lsed with a fine The graceful princess lines are used in bbth arrowlike sheaths and flared coat dresses. Sheaths are trimmed with buttons down the bodice a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 March 1956

mfvfvsw *■•.' ''vV,v/,\7 V./.-.^.M, V-/-.V- ',..• .. . ■■ -'.. .(".• .. v,- Y.v: .•■•;■■'/- imxwmm >&wxr&mw& * Rage 4. THE RAMBLER Tuesday K' Massey Nets 34!Hailey Represents TWC For Top Scorer Crank Massey, six-foot senior letti-rman from Hurieson, T/ x , is making his mark in the Texas Wesley an Ham record book. At the present Frank holds the'indivi- dual scoring record, 34 points a- gainst Texas Lutheran during Uie 1955 season. Frank holds down the number tvyo spot in scoring this year. He missed first place by five points. Numerous basketball letters arc among Fink's collection of sports trophies. He earned four af Bur- leson High School, one at Ranger Junior College, and three at TWC. In the Elks Tournament at Dal- las, Frank received all-tournament honors. He has received numerous other conference honors during his basketball career. Frank and his wife Stella make their home at the Wesleyan Courts. Frank is majoring in busi- ness administration. Business managem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 March 1956

-ft a ;c Eurt iThoi the i Odin to ( ALE ITIJ Wei. VSI«Y4V THE RAMBLER ; ' " t -Or •• ■* . • . - V The Voice of IWC Students 28 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, MARCH 20, 1956 No 23 rigadoon' Tryouts to be Held Tomorrow mid-semester examination schedule Thursday. March 22: T. T. 9:20 classes at 9:00 a. m. today, March 23: M. VV F. 12:00 classes at 12:00 noon. loiiday, March 26: M. W. F. 8:00 classes at 8:00 a. m. M W. F. 10:00 classes at 10:00 a, m. UcmIuv, March 27: T T. 8:00 classes at 8:00 a. m. T, T. 11:40 classes at 11:40 a. m. t'ednesday, March 28: M VV. F. 9:00 classes at 9:00 a. m. M W.' F. 11:00 classes at 11:00 a. m. Evenings, March 22-28: All Classes at Regular Class Period. Afternoon classes and laboratory examinations to be held at • discretion of the instructor, d^ing.the \\*wk of March'22-28. "Fast" classes may have half examination on Monday, Wed- esday, or Friday and" half on Tuesday or Thursday. This will a final examination for History 311 and English 311 classes. All classes wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 March 1956

s' t) % *' Tuesday Page 2. Last week we wrote an editorial about the stupidi- ty of having pay telephones on the campus. * Since then we have received many^favorable comments and suggestions from the students on this campus. opinion of most of the dormitory students seems to be that pay phones are unnecessary and that regular phones should be installed in a'! the dormitories. _ The students seemed to feel that there should be several strings attached The main suggestions were as-follows: (I) pay the monitor in advance for long distance so that he or she could pay tfc^ phone bill at the end of the month. (2) make an arrangement with the phone company so that no long distance calls, could be placed unless they were collect calls. (3) make an arrangement with the phone company to get the name of the person who is placing the call so that he could be billed when jibe bill came in Almost all the students that we talked with agreed to the fact that the fee of fifteen cents per month 0 was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 March 1956

Maw .J3. MRTHS jay, March 20. 1956 THE RAMBLER lANiZATlONS Page "3. \lectioris, Party Plans, Programs ^ghlighb Week's Club Activities in c!ul s met this week ers, plan parties, and ithor club activities. w to handle our to /lay's problem is h to ! aggressiveness." j "The experiences of a person I determines to a very large degree j his behavior," he said. Childhood experiences are very Important M. Lewis, psychiatrist for j factors, he stated. "How we re- 's Public Health Service ! act is determined to a very large MSM 1, spoke Wednesday evening Methodist Student Move- 'Tsyj^iatry had its origin and religion," he said. |L '.vis pointed out that "for (centuries every illness, phy- id mental, was thought to result of evil spirits." As a [these illnesses were treated Lstic measures to 'drive the birit.s out.'" He illustrated extent by our past experiences, particularly experiences up to 6 years of age." Following his talk the floor was open for questions and discussion. • • • IJEKA <...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 March 1956

E«ge 4. THE RAMBLER Tuesda f Foulers Foul Up Parsons 39-38 In Thursday Night Game Thi* Faculty Foulers last Thurs- slum. The game was a near riot J were dressed up'in rather unique day night fouled and stomped the in the first half with the faculty i costumes, ^j'here was^Parson John Dribbling Parsons by the tretnen- tackling and holding the parsons ! Frazor, who had on a fire engine dous score of 39-38 in the gymna- from scoring Most of the parsons ! red night gown, There wa< also — —- i Parson Claywood Bennett, who I was dressed up in long underwear. The faculty even had 'three ; "beautiful" cheerleaders. They : were Miss Grace Corbin. who re- Honors Program Will Offer Students Broadened Education Williamson, Mass. — (I. P.) — Williams College has adopted a new honors program that will of- fer students a broadened educa- tion in their honors work in place of the present relatively narrow t^pis requirement which forces them to specialize on a small phase of the field that intere...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 March 1956

HMMnMiVHiM i.:^: ■>-. •.:■•■■*« \ phs, Fish Prepare For Freshman Weekend and freshmen have |e;>anng themselves and [plans lor the skirmish b|- |h. two clav$*>T* i4i<■ week.- April 7—the opening ot fcek April 7, at 8:00 a. m., ^-sophomore weekend be- the sophs will bo match- is and muscles with hope- j confident fish in an effort I them from raising the flag, purpose of the weekend is to freshmen a chance to Bat time about is fair play, gh are successful in getting 1 to the top of the pole und it there until 8:00 a. m. ' morning, they have the of a three-day initiation of the sophomores. If they do not succeed, their flag has to fly under tfle banner of the sophs until the end of the week.* The Freshman Queen plays an important part in the weekend ac- tivities. She is elected by secret ballot from several nominees and is crowned at the freshman chapel program on the Tuesday following the weekend activities. If she and the. freshman class president es- cape capture* by the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 March 1956

\ - a .Page 2. sy £<z,&tet 0Wtea*U«ty The Edlster Season is a joyous and wonderful time. Everybody joins in the Easter parade. The ladies all have new hats. The churches are fifed to overflow- ing. Children search through the beautiful new sprinq grass for eqgs and candy that the Eas has left for ,them. 'Easter is truly one of the happiest times of the year for both young and old. This happiness is good. People should be happier now than at any other time of the year except Christ- mas. It is important, though, that we remember why this is such a time of rejoicing. Easter is the climax of the greatest story ever told,. Nearly 2,000 years ago angels brought the good news—"Unto you fs born this day in the City of David a Savior who is Christ the Lord." The-Son of God came upon earth to save men. God said, "This is my beloved son." This is the message of the New Testa- ment: "God was in Christ reconciling the world unto himself." The cross on that black day of Crucifixion was a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 March 1956

. * iy, March 27, 1956 (flflZATIONS HE RAMBLER VPage ~J. nfests, Parties, Dinners A>dd rvor To Springtime Activities demonstrations, dinners, j and plane them in a pan on her [tests aildi'd fervor to spring j head without upsetting the pan of the clubs on Uif The party ended with a friend- ship circle. SCIA QUATORE [. F. Brown of the Depart- Interior, Bureau of Mines gave a lecture to Scia sfience club,"last Wednes- ht 'rn C-2. He spoke on the properties of hydrocar- hd gave demonstrations for |ng explosions. li rilA I^I OMEGA Psi Omega will meet on y, April 5, at 7:00 p. m in ech building. All members luested to be present. DEKA [ New Worth Restaurant scene of Deka's spring jimer last Tuesday at 7:30 Jolorful spring decorations evalent. A fillet dinner ►ved to Mrs. Erin Hughes, •members, and fhe follow- hees: Happy Stevens, Ja- linkler, Clara Fay Robin- pjida Tierce, Dorothy Wal- elores Hall, Brooksie Col- jid Violette Heisel. {invocation was given by [iderson. President Virgini...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 March 1956

MM Ml \S <? a> ■iMMMMIIflMMIIMll •J.,. ?22 i« 4. T W € RAMBLER Tuesday. M«rck «§. $ Critique by Colburn It looked like a family reunion down at the Majestic Theatre last Thursday night. So many famil- iar faces with the common bond of duty in their countenances unit- ed all. There were a few faces that we did not know, but their countenances were of duty also. The occasion of our visiting the Majestic was tcfvitness the open- ing performance of "Dial M for Murder." The show was directed by one of our own colleagues, Earl Bush. We feel that Bush did a splendid job on the show and that it is a fine tribute to his art and to his college. Bush brought to life the subtle qualities which underlie tfte play. And he gave the play a fresh and imaginative _ interpretation. His handling of actors on the stage was fascinating, for he had them utilize almost every inch of acting space. He approached the murder scene realistically and yet did not make his audience feel, nauseated by seeing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 April 1956

tiMm P H d?f uiU ■■ I*®* THE RAMBLER 'The Voice of TWC Students FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL II, 1956 No RESHMAN FLAG FORFEITED TO FOES Ivia Mancil Crowned ueen in Frosh Program THE BOTTOM is as far as the freshman flag flew Monday morn- ing. Lillie Belle Wilson and Mar- tha Brown look downcast, as Marie Ennis looks upward at what might have"been. 1 tar. mickey moyeb Mancil was crowned Queen by Ed Sanders, n Class President, at the of Freshman-Sophomore ■, at their program this p. Afterwards a freshman- , [jicnic will be held at ; Park. xi-.aji-.sty was escorted to the by Rev. Douglas Morris, an Class sponsor. irogram tiegan with a musi- i it. More Come the Fish," I of Fort Worth. Donald Stahl from Fort Worth pleaded for support for the "worthy" cause. The Congregational hymn, "Bat- tle Hymn of the Fish" was sung, once again led by Alton Cedervall. Announcements of the WEEK- END and plans of the sophomores were made by Presiding Elder Ed Sanders. Brother Milo L. Thornberry, tet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 April 1956

MMHMHHMNMHHMnMMNMMI Page 2. THE RAMBLER est Tu*u, 1/<Uce *770(2? THE RAMBLER carrrei the note, "The Voice of TWC Students," at the upper right hand corner of the first page, but the RAMBLER is not the voice of the TWC students, as they are quick to tell each other, and infrequently they tell even the members . of the Rambler staff. "Why isn't it the voice of the students? Eor one thing, those who have criticism to make often do— but not where it will do any good. If a good criti- cism with an idea for bettering the situation is put before someone who can do something about it, there will be an improvement. Another thing is some people claim that one organization may get .more publicity than another. THE RAMBLER prints every bit of class or club news that it receives. Every organization or class on the campus has a reporter but this is an -honorary title Q.ften, because the reporter just doesn.'.t report. Even if the reporter just puts down the basic who, what, when, where, and wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 April 1956

tt ijiiiifiyi'iiiiiWfiiii •4L lay, April I I, Iff56 THE « RAMBLER reign Exchange Coed C Spring Graduate ' Pag e "J. 15) JACK Mc.YEILLY iend of World War II brought the exchange of college stu- betwcen the United States vr countries; as a result of v hang1*. Migiwa Takahashi, |)c. . Japan, is n senior edu- xnajor at Texas Wesleyan" Japanese Government, over )d of time, pave exams to nd boys desiring to further lerhication in America. Twen- idents were chosen and given (rships. Migiwa was one of renty. Takahashi was working as prseas telephone operator In jwhen she received notice of Btment. "I have always had Ire to travel and see other ries. Talking to telephone :jrs from other countries elped to increase this desire vel,"' Miss? Takahashi said, •ing World War II, Migiwa high school student. JFIer was under strict surveill- Jduring the war. Christian |i(s had expressed their desire pace and consequently were as undesirables in Japan. Her father a Methodist minister, | end of the war...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 April 1956

t'r Bage 4. THE RAMBLER Tuesd< Tennis Deadline April 17; Badminton Tourney Wed. - The first-round matches of girl-Vjsoph intramural trunks jnu t be played nior by April .IT, ami the first and sec- ond rouyd of the intramural sin- gles consolation badminton tour- nament vviU be tomorrow, begin- ning at 6:30 p. m. If the match is not played by the deadline date and neither player forfeits, the match will be cancel- led. A match,.will consist of a pro more, vs. Pearl Boazman, se- Virginia Hill, junior, vs. N'eo- ma Hopkins, fteshman; Jessie Hor- ton, sophomore vs. I<&nn Mr- Gown, senior; Sally Lord, sopho- more, vs. Marcia Lemon, junior; Carolyn Montgomery, freshman, vs. 'Dortha Blair, senior; Shirley Shurley, junior, vs. Nan Mann, se- nior; Sylvia Maneil, freshman, vs. Sue Miles, sophomore, Jo Etta set in which the winner must win eight games with a two-game lead. The bracket, which is posted in the gymnasium, is as follows: Betty Wood, sopohmore, vs. Norma Sue Griffin, seni...

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