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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 March 1963

Tuesday, March 12, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Three Freshman Takes Job as Leader Of Active Mexican Girl Scouts ger een 'he- fov 110- to The J uch za- set iwn to • ent, rips ak- ,;V" ■ Vew lew a M ifl • you will a rd re- n -i o ao are of af- Jew has s-tli-. lev- >ne! pic- few > unci .iled ling v' - rlon ,lso, lim- atre has sine had Film >een jrth by Mary Alice kin),' Rambler Staff Writer Having been a Girl Scout jince second grade, fr^ghman elementary education major Peggy Jay is well qualified to handle a troop of her own, which consists of ten active Mexican girls. These intermediate Scouts are English-speaking and are in the fourth, fifth and sixth grades. The troop, which meets every Thursday at the Wesley Community House, is sponsored by the Altrusa Service Club. Miss Juanita Cowan, assist- ant professor of romance languages at Texas Wesleyan College, is the Altrusa sponsor for the troop. Peggy laves to falk about 'her" girls and shys she particularly en- joys planning activ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 March 1963

Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 12, I9&3 ') I TEXAS WESLIYAN ik ? & h Doctor Ward Creates His Own Hustle Keeps TWC Public Relations Going ■ STANDING IN FRONT of one of his many displays promoting TWC is Dr. William A. Ward, assistant to the president and publicity director. Dr. Ward has won numerous awards for his pamphlets and displays and his "pertinent proverbs" are quoted in magazines all over the country? * —Photo by David Seal Gabor, Boyer, Jordan Roles Actors With Continental Flair Needed Fqr Next Community Theatre Comedy Community Theatre Director also calls for two youngsters in William Garber is on the look-out feature roles, a boy ami a girl, for three performers to be Fort both between the ages of 12 and Worth's answer to Ava Gabor, 14. Charles Boyer and Louis Jordan for -The Happy Time" will be pro- leading roles in Community Thea- (iucod April 17 thru April 27 as tre's forthcoming production ot the fifth production of"tt>e "current "The Happy Time." sea...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 March 1963

Tuesday, March 12, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Five Omega Chi Sponsors Religious Career Day Career Day, sponsored by Omega Chi, campus religious fraternity, was held today from 9 to 12. Dr. J. W. Sprinkle spoke to the as- sembled group before the meeting divided into individual groups for various topics. The over-all sub- ject discussed was church vocations. After the discussion period, Omega Appreciation Banquet Given Friday Might By Student Educators Eighty TWC elementary and sec- ondary student teachers .attended a banquet with their co-operating principals and teachers from the Fall semester last Friday night in Dora I?oberts Dining Hall. Mrs. Mary,Ci/aig, assistant pro- fessor of- education, was presented a cftation of appreciation and rec- ognition for her service in TWC's student teaching program by the co-operating teachers. Mrs. Mildred Reynolds, representative of the co- operating teachers, made the pre- sentation. Greeting the attendants was Miss Janice Dozier, president of the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 March 1963

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 12, 1963 lrvin„Rue Cecil Goff Buddy Meyer Ernie Nieto Rams' Goff, Rue Included on 1963 All-Conference Basketball Squad Two TWO players — Cecil Goff and iTvin Rue — have been named to the 1963 All-Big State Confer- ence basketball, tetim. The Rains' Pete Brow n was named to the second team, and the team's -other two starters — Bob Merder and Buddy Graham — re- ceived one vote apiece and there- fore were on the "honorable men- tion" list. It is a rare distinction for a team to have all five of its starters men- tioned in all-conference voting. The selections were made on the baSs of total points accrued in balloting by the conference's five head coaches — Elmer Hanebutt of TWC, Mel Barborak of St. Mary's, Ed Norris of St. Edward's, Verl Westergard p^f Texas Luther- an and Myron fc)ees of Southwest- ern. A first-team vote was worth two points, and a second- team n'6d ioi> on the team. Meyer is both earned one point. * the only repeater from last y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 March 1963

JUDGE GEORGE W. ARMSTRONG LIBRARY TEXAS WES LEY AN COLLEGE THE RAMBLER \ TEXAS WES4.EYAN COLLEGE FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962 VOLUME 35 FORT WORTH. TEXAS TUESDAY. MARCH 19. 1963 No. 21 Seniors Visit Campus, Vie for Scholarships Forty high school seniors at- .and guidance. After the exam tended Texas Wesleyan's fifth an- "Weekend" came to a close with nual Weekend at College, which ]ujlch jn the dining hall. was held last Friday and Saturday. ! Those students who are now enrolled1 and hiive not taken the ACT test or a similar test are to contact Dr. Charles Hager, director of counseling and guid*- ance, for the necessary appli- cation form. Also, arrange- ments will be made to take the test which will be given on' April 20. A two-fold purpose of the week- end was to acquaint the students with the atmosphere of a college campus and MPjiward a complete one-year scholarship to'one boy and one girl. Texas Wesleyan College initiated ^the program' in view of, the na- tional concern for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 March 1963

y i> Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 19, 196; o Can a ege K- Cin Kynerate llJif/iouf (jrading System In looking at the problems of American educational insti- tutions today, we might say "Even-body talks about the gradu- ating system, but no one does anything about it " Students and faculty are continuously pointing out that the grading system is unfair; that it encourages cheating; that grades are not really important; that as long as some teachers grade "hai;d" and others grade '"easy" someone is getting cheated; that American society has made a fetish' of grades; that grades, when they become an end in themselves, are detrimental to the pursuit of truth and knowledge; that gradegihave been allowed to assume an importance that they really should not have; and that they are perhaps more of aPi impediment than an instrumentality to the acquisition of a true education. If the grading system is as undesirable as we keep say- ing, we certainly should be doing something about it....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 March 1963

tst Tuesday, March 19, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Tnr.ga Graduate Work to Take Coed to Tech., v r Combines Studies With. Assistant Role by Rosaline Harvey Rambler Staff Writer Perhaps her aversion to chem- istry was a stroke of fate for Brenda Harrison, senior English major. Having1 started out as a pre-med student, she decided, af- ter a semester or two of chemistry, to change her major to English and her minor to math. The honor student did so well in her new major that recently her application was^ccepted at Texas Technological College for a gradu- ate assistant position next year. The position will pay $2000 a year and Brenda wjjl teaeh ^English courses, as well ^as continue^ her own studies. Brenda, who imagines sho'lj be teaching freshman English at first, plans to work towards her doe- ——torate and eventually make a ca- reer of teaching college English. She admitted that she might teach in her minor field at some time but only in high scho&l and never i in college. Since many ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 March 1963

Page Four THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 19, 1963 "ftosanne Harvey Harvey Selected As Reporter of Week Rosanne Harvey" sophomore, has been selected as Reporter of the Week for her journalistic quality in a feature stWy on Dr. W. A. Ward and the public relations program at Texas W e s 1 e y a n College. ^liss Harvey is a 1960 graduate of Polytechnic High School in Fort Worth, where she makes her home. Before coming to TWC, Rosanne attended Tarleton State College in 19G0-61 and Arlington State College in the spring of 1962. Glass Speaks to BSU , Former Baylor All-America line- man Bill Glass, 26, will be the featured speaker at the BSU Noon- spiration on March 25 in the Bap- tist Student Center. Glass, a 1957 graduate of Baylor1 University, is the current' defen- sive end for the Detroit Lions of the National Football League. Bill ha played for them for the past four years, studying at Southwes- tern Seminary during the off sea- son. He has completed five semes- ters toward a B.D. degree ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 March 1963

41 Tuesday, March 19, 1963 THE R A M B irfsR ■Page Fiv« i Rod Method in Math Will Be Demonstrated Sister Bernadine and several as "not to do away,.with count- children from Our Lady of Victory ing, but to give it its proper place Elementary School will demon- beside the other activities needed fstrate a new method of learning: to answer the other questions td arithmetic March 21 at 9:30 a.m. in which mathematics offers its Dr. Omega Nicholson's education answers." class. Sister Bernadine and several of The Cuisenaire rod system of her pupils have also flown to Colo- mathematics can enable first rado schools with their demon- graders to solve problems in al- strations. gebra and has made arithmetic Also important is the discipline a popular subject in school. aspect when the children get noisy. The rod methij^was introduced l'lat 's needed to bring the at OLV in September 1960. At the c'ass 'n order is to warn: end of the year, the students were Straighten up or we won t study solvin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 March 1963

Page Six THE RAMBLER Tuesday, March 19, 1963 <£> NAIA To Top Golf Honor Stars The TWC golfers played an ab- vey Wehman, 1-up. breviated schedule last week, giv- Tommy Wrinkle, TWC, beat ing their coach, O. D. Bounds, an Bobby *J'oe Witcher, '2-1.® opportunity to attend the annual Taylor-Wrinkle beat Wehman- business meeting of the NAIA Witcher, 3-2. Golf Coaches Association at Kan- Jack Haby, TWC, beat Bobby " . sas City. + Joe Calhoun, 4-2. in their only match of the week, John Allen, Arlington State, the Rams disposed of Arlington beat Larry Dark, 5-4. State, '8-1, Tuesday afternoon on Haby-Dark beat Calhoun-Allen, the Glen Garden course. 1-up. The highlight of the Kansas The Rams, now sporting a 2-0 City meeting, Coach Bounds said, record in dual matches, seek.to ex- was the decision to select an NAIA tend their unbeaten streak in. a All-American golf team for the pair of struggles this week. first time this yaar. They battle Sofithern Methodist ° The nation's top small col...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 March 1963

JUDGE GEORGE W. STRONG LI BR Aft* TEXAS WES LEY AN GOLLEGE THE RAMBLER TEXAS WESLEYAN CotLEGE FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962 VOLUME 35 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MA£CH 27, 1963 No 22 'Rambler', TXWECO Editor Posts Sought By Four Staff Members Students will' have a chance to in many of the productions. vote for next year's editors of the Mike Wood, the present Rambler Rambler and TXWECO this Thurs- editor, is a junior English major day and Friday in the Boaz Student from Fort Worth. Mike attended Center. „ Arlington Heights High School, Running for the TXWECO editor where he was humor editor of the sept are Linda Griffin and Mike Jabberwocky, the school magazine. Wood.* Linda, who is now society This is his thjf'd year, at TWC. He editor on the Rambler, is a sopho- was on the Rambler staff as a more speech-drama. English major columnist his first year and has from Frisco. Texas. She was a been editor for the past two yefjrs. member of the annual staff for During his first year as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 March 1963

Page Two THE RAMBLER Wednesday, March 27, 1963 ace J $3JC* JLJoui' % $500 Widion Sbofhr Cut President Kennedy was handed a clear defeat in his for- eign aid polity this week as a hand-picked prpsidentially ap- pointed study panel recommended to JFK that $500 million be cut from the foreign aid budget as soon as possible with the further stipulation that heavier reductions be made in the near future. Formulating their decision from the effectiveness of our present $3,900,000,000 foreign aid "handout." the committee, headed by General Lucius I). Clay put the "skids" on JFK's proposed $4,900,000,000 foreign aid budget for the oncoming fiscal year. Clay summed up the feelings of a great majority of American voters in this statement brought forth in a press conference: "I feel that a lot of money has been wasted. It's got to be tightened up. To continue to dve economic assistance to coun- tries that have done little or nothing to help themselves is throwing money away. I don't know if yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 March 1963

Threo Wednesday, March 27, 1963 M I L Autiss- Present f Presented at the Aufiss-Al- toco "Presentation were, left to right-. Reta Daye Ruby, Barbara Graves, Mary Sue Bilger, Peggy Jay, Billie Sue Shelton, David W. Hester, Donna Rainwater,1 Jerral Knox, Linda Clark, Glenda Steel, Jim O'Brien,- Babette Fyl- wider, Charlotte Steven- son, Pamela Hester and Suzanne DeKonty. , 'Springtime' Blooms For Autiss, Altoco by Arveta Tippic Rambler Staff Writer The annual presentation dance (of Autiss and Altoco social clubs of Texas Wesley an College was held in the ballroom of the Colonial Country Club last Saturday night- at 8 p.m. The theme was "Spring- time," and "It Might As Well Be Spring" was the theme song. eve-*',: AT MARTIN K POLL present® Glgnn . Hope forcl Lange -Chanes Boyer "love is a BaiL" TECHNICOLOR' PANAVISION' Released thru UNITEDPflARTISTS Starts Wednesday HOLLYWOOD The presentees entered the ball- room through a striking archway decorated with greenery and,pastel pink, yellow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 March 1963

Page Four THE R A M B„L E R Meth. Scholarship Open To Deserving Students Wednesday, March 27, 196 The deadline for the applicants for the National Methodist Scho- larships is April 15. The scholarship is awarded annually to those stu- dents who show signs of superior scholarship, an unusual leadership ability, a promise of usefulness, and have a Christian philosophy of life. The applicant for the scholarship TKust be a full-time degree candi- date in an accredited Methodist university, college, or junior col- Group Take Trip, Compare Stage Sets The Speech 325 drama apprecia- tion claims • under the direction of Cecil Cole took a field trip re- cently to Will Rogers Coliseum to see how the stage was set up and made ready for performances and shows. Curtains were raised and lowered for the class and they were shown the different effects lighting tech- niques ha\'e on the stage and the actors on it. What most impressed class members was the vast size of the stage area and the area be- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 March 1963

Wednesday, March 27, 1963 THE RAMBLER Page Five : e, r s na- il so tu- he sh. IV en he sk K)T1 ait ol- ffh nd >n- : 15 in. 10- IX- LMS til- Soprano To Sing Recital TWC's Division of Fine Arts will present Mrs. Molly Mitchell, soprano, in her senior recital Fri- day, March 29, at 8:15 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium. « A resident of Burleson, Mrs. Mitchell is a member of the Wes- leyan Singers, Motet Singers and Chorus and has sunt": leading roles in several TWC Opera Workshop productions. For two years, she has sung the role flf "Ama^l" in the Southwest- ern Baptist Theological Seminary presentation of "Amahl and the Night Visitors." Mrs. Mitchell, a student of Mr. IP the i pi W< junior piano rth, will be TWC Wool-Wearers Wanted To Compete; In State 'Miss' Title Waited Lynn, holds a scholarsh granted annuall; Worth Alumnae ( Alpha Iota to 01 students. Elizabeth Yeatt major from Fort accompanist. Parts one and two of the pro- gram will include "Three Motets" by Paul Hindemith,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 March 1963

Page Six THE RAMBLER c Wednesday, March 27, 1963 A 'FRIEND' of all who know her is Mrs. Vira Winn, secretary. 9,to the Alumni Association. Mrs. Winn ii herself a former stu- dent at TWC where she was second May Queen. 9 Photo by David Seal "V Dateline... TWC Tuesday? March 26 Mid-Semester Exam Week Wednesday, March 27 t>:30 p.m., MSM Thursday, March 28 0:00 p.m., Senate Friday, March 29 7:30 p.m., Junior Class Party Senior Recital of Molly Mitchell Saturday, March 30 12:30 p.m., Autiss Style Show 7:30 p.m., Deka-Sakkara Party 7:30 p.m., EA-DD Party Wesleyan Singers Tour Monday, April 1 ;>:30 p.m., DD Formal Initiation Tuesday, April 2 (i:30 p.m., Autiss „ 7:30 p.m., Gamma Omicron 7:30 p.m., SEA 8:15 p.m., Sophomore Variety Show, Fine Arts Auditorium free delivery to TWC Pizza Tower Specializing in Pizzas 4117 E. Lancaster JE 6-3661 Pastime Recreation Club NOW OPEN ALL NEW EQUIPMENT NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ^ ONE FREE GAME WITH THIS AD 1805 8th Avenue WA 7-9927 Secretary of Alumn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 March 1963

o /ednesday, March 27, 1963 Jpringtime Blooms (Continued from Page 3) & THE RAMBLER a ruffled effect pattern, A large fc'nite bow accentetlahe back lines. Miss Rainwater is the daughter of llr. and Mrs. J. V. Rainwater of 1210 NjW. 24th. She was\esei.rted David * dice^and skirt were Walker firKxodusx' I Miss f jmong the theme uby was happy presentees of jjf^utis.s that night. She looked love- in her gown of white silk or- ^•anza over taffeta. The tiered ■8l"t that flared from the waist it- ihe bottom gave a soft sweep- ing effect as she walked. The bo- 4ice was shirred. The club flower, rose, was brought to life as , Bny embroidered rose buds were iiaelicately stitched over the gown. Miss Ruby is the daughter of Mrs. ©zelle Perdue of 3344 Ryan Ave- nue in Fort Worth. Her uncle, Mr. ISony Iammalteo, escorted her to her melody of "The Days of Wine and Roses.Mt?5he is a freshman and is a pre-m'edical hi a j o r . Miss Buljy was chosen best pledge of the year by the members. She was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 March 1963

Page Eight THE RAMBLER Wednesday, March 27, 1963 Craft, Johnson Shine, But Juniors Triumph Ram Reserves Score' in Classroom a climax to(the basketball season- as In as exciting1 Intramural one could imagine, the Juniors edged by the All-Stars Thursday night, 08-97, taking an overtime period to overcome a 14-point'first half All-Star lead and an amazing scoring display by Carl Craft, with 42 points, and George Johnson with 31. The All-Stars, made up of the best, from the Freshmen, Sopho- more and Senior teams, fell one point shy in the extra period af- ter losing Johnson and Mike Dunn via the foul route. ^The regulation game ended in an 83-83 standoff. Craft popped-TTf^lO of the All- Stars' 14 overtime points, but the Juniors relied on a well-balanced attack to offset Craft's effort. For_ the Juniors. Bill Baker accounted for six points, four of them free shots, David Buckman tallied five and Jess Hall and Pat Jrloleridge two apiece in the overtime session. The Juniors capitalized on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 1963

* # JUtDGE (T/0P V - ' ARMSTRONG UBRAKJf Editors, Cheerleaders Chosen Editorships Filled inTW Election, ,4 Miss Rosanno Harvey, Fort Wtfrth sophomore, and Mike Wood, Fort Worth junior, were named editors of the Rambler and TXWECO respectively in a student election held in the Boaz Student Center last Thursday and Friday. Miss Harvey, who will take over the Rambler editorship position next year) is a staff writer on the Rambler. She was editor of the Parakeet during her last year at Polytechnic High School and was the. recipient of 'several awards fflom the Texas I nterscholast it- Press Association. Rosanne was also a writer for the , newspapers at Arlington 'State?1, College and Tarlton State College, -whej-e she attended before coming to TWC. Mike Wood, who is the present Rambler editor, was elected as next year's TXWECO editor. Mike has been a writer and columnist during his time at TWC and is in his second y^r as Rambler editor. The Rambler was given a rating of first place in T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 1963

Page Two THE RAMBLER Tuesday, April 9, 1963 "Put iL BU. on J)L ^jJ~a voHte dajyita I c yy one !t "He got to buy one, "why can't I?" This question obviously sounds like that expected of a spoiled child throwing a temper tantrum because he can't have his own way. In American politics, however, most poli- ticians are now readily associating this apparently childish attitude with JFK's "I'll put the blame on Eisenhower" policy of dealing with his own outrageous increase in national spending. In a recent press conference to answer Republican com- plaints about the flow of federal money spread to the four winds in a typical Kennedy fashion, JFK made a scapegoat out of the last administration by theorizing that Eisenhower increased spending and ran up deficits, so why can't I? The point is, however, that Eisenhower's last budget was for fiscal year 1961- JFK took the office of President with five months of Eisenhower's budget le£t to spend and still quickly stepped up the federal spending ...

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