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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1956

OCTOBER S. 1IM PAGE 2 THE WAR WHOOP i Welcome exes' Welcome to the 19VJ MeMurr HomecominK ThL students nre doing all thty can to make this a happy reunion for you W sincerch hope you en- joy it as much as ueie count- ing on Many times tht students for- get that Homecoming is primarily for the exes We get so overly enthused about Tepee Village coronation and club reunions that we just leae the majority of the xcs out of the picture entirely As you exes know McMurry is known for its friendliness I think you'll be proud that this spirit is still here We're glad to be able to welcome you back to the Reservation with a big smile and a friendly 'Hello!" Find oui tepee and our friends and really "live it up" this week end This will probably be the last time you'll see these people until next fall Let's see how good an ex you reallv are How' Attend all the exes meetings meet other exes and present students enter into the spirit of Homecoming and have a good time That's the rea- son we are s...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1956

OCTOBER S. 1IM THE WAR WHOOP PAGE 3 Homecoming 1956 1pn 3Aj Up 41 " "i Coronnlen 7rM Fi-d S7 a c e i- .. c Bit Gam - 8r StvAtii X B-rJ C Reunio lOl.n (Ul pi-Id. tt V.iTdmWl ' Ex-Students Serving As Three-Year Missionaries Jim Forshey and Betty Camp- bell both 1956 McMurry gradu- ates were appointed missionaries of the Methodist Church in a spe- cial service Aug S in Nashville Tcnn Along with 42 other special- term missionaries Forshey and Miss Campbell spent six weeks in Nashville on the Scarritt Col- lege campus training for mission work for the next three years Forshey's appointment is to Ma- laya where he will teach in a mission school He was scheduled to leave New York Sept 12 on a Dutch freighter which will ar- nvc in Singapore Oct IS Miss Campbell's work will be in Baguanos Orientc Cuba She left the States Aug 23 to go to Costa Rica where she will study in a Spanish language school un- til Dec 21 The following is Miss Camp- bell's account of the summer's ac- tivities at Scarri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1956

PAGE 4 THE WAR WHOOP OCTOBER 8. 1154 Kiowas Invade Reservation for HC Game By CHARLES BOLINO Saturday's Homecoming game between the McMurry Indians and the Midwestern Kiowas can possibly be billed as a repeat per- formance of last year's game. Only Elroy Payne McMurry fullback will be absent fiom the list of last year's outr.tandmg perfoimers. McMuity won the 21-20 squeaker on a conversion by Robert Baker McMurry halfback McCRARY CHARGES ON John McCraty. McMurry Indian quarterback sklrta Taxai Akl'i Uft and for tavan yardt Saturday night at Javallnas Waynt Adami (77) and Gaorga Robbtni (60) clot in to alttmpt a tackle. McMurry won th gam 24-21. (Staff photo by Richard Hamrick). Indians Take First Season Win Over Javelinas 24 - 21 Quarterback Jackie Weldon considered to be one of the lead- ing quarterbacks of the southwest will lead the attack of the Mid- western tribe when they invade Indian stadium for this the 26th McMuny Homecoming. Game time is 7:30 p.m. The game Saturday night ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 October 1956

i inBlffY OF McMURRY C0U " ABILENE TEXAS Jazz Combo To Be On Campus Oct. 23 The "Cell Block 7" jazz combo from Dallas will be at Radford Auditorium for a one - concert stand Oct. 23. The band is being brought to the campus by the junior class with proceeds to go to their senior Rift fund. David Burrow of Maryneal general chairman for the project said that members of the class have been organized for an inten- sive advance ticket sale. Advance tickets are $1.25. They will be $1.50 at the door and only 1350 tickets will be sold. The Seven billed as "a bunch of madcap Texas youths who teamed up as a band just for laughs" have skyrocketed to fame and fortune in the music business. Their particular brand of music ad libs a little from the dyed-in-the-wool Dixieland and uses a ragtime beat. The musicians dress in convict clothes. They have played jazz concerts at the University of Texas TCU Next Monday To Be Papoose Day Papoose Day will be observed on the campus Monday Oct. 15. On that da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 October 1956

PAGE 2 THE WAR WHOOP OCTOBER 12 1956 I'm sorta glad Homecoming's over aren't you' I have heard a variety of reports on it. One pro- fessor said "It was excellent; I'm very proud of you " Another re- marked "There were a few bob- bles here and there." And a stu- dent said "It was lousy." These three people all looked at different things during the week-end Whatever your opin- ion may be we can only look now to next year. There were some experiences that people will remember for some time For instance Friday night the group I was with de- cided to eat some s'mores. We charged over to the grocery store and bought the necessary ingre- dients. Campus Calendar Fn Oct 12 Forum noon; Football' New Mexico A&M Las Cruces; Band Picnic. Sat Oct 13 ICo Sari picnic. Oct 15-18 Rush Week. Mon Oct 15 Volunteers noon; Student Council 5 30 p m ; Pa- poose Day. Tuts Oct. 16 Faculty meet- ing; Prc-Professional Club 6pm; Debate Club and Tau Kappa Al- pha 8 pm. Wed Oct. 17 Men's Interclub Council noon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 October 1956

OCTOBER 12. 19S6 THE WAR WHOOP PAGE 3 Campus All-School Party The Senioi All-School paity will be held on Knday Oct. 19 in the gymnasium nt 7.30 p m This ycRi the scniois promise to come out with "something new." General chniimnn is Hon Rea- vis and his assistant is Patsy Bingham. Following aie the com- mittees and theii respective chaii- men. program Don Reavis; re- freshments Bud Reynolds and Sylvia South; publicity Gene Cox and Joyce Gound; music Charles Shaw; properties Keith Wiseman and Barbara Wilson; clean-up Ernest McGaughoy This is the first all-school party of this school year. The other three will be held throughout the year beginning with the sopho- mores on Nov. 17 with the jun- iors following on Feb. 8 and the freshmen sponsoring the last one on Mar. 15 Assistants Named Don Boyd and Marsha Cock- rell have been named assistant editors of the War Whoop Gene Davidson announced Wednesday. Both have had experience in journalism Boyd is editor of the Galleon campus magazine ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 12 October 1956

PAGE 4 THE WAR WHOOP OCTOBER 12. 19S6 MU Bows to BROTHER BLOCKS FOR BROTHER Charlie Davit (67). McMurry guard upsatt Kiowa halfback L. H. Wall Jr- at Ernla DayU (II) right half earrlaa for a substantial gain. In the fortground li and Tom- my Watk'm (13). McMurry dafaattd Midwaatarn Saturday night. 3326. McMurry Takes On NM Aggies Tonight By CHARLES The McMurry Indians left Thursday morning for Las Cruces N.M. where Friday they will clash with the Aggies of New Mexico A&M. The Indians will be donning their warbonncts in quest of win number three. The Tribe will be bringing a 2-2 record into the game while the Aggies will be looking for their first win of the .season. A&M has lost all four of their games to strong squads from Tul- sa University of New Mexico California Poly and Arizona State. McMurry bowed to Abilene Christian and West Texas State before winning over Texas A&I and Midwestern University. The Aggies' leading ground gainer is Wallace Ferguson a jun- ior fullb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1956

LlUKARY OF iflcMURRY COLLCGr 0C1I9W ARI1JENE. TEW Slimes Successful In Morning Picnic The Slimes of 1956 had their first success at putting something over on the upperclassmen Tues- day when their picnic was offi- cially held. Now the little green beanies may be worn on the back of the slimes' heads. Upperclassmen were surprised to hear a mass of confusion as shouts and honking of horns blasted through the early morn- ing. Approximately 120 slimes returned together at 7:10 a. m. coming from 1418 Poplar the resi- dence of an aunt of Nick Nabours freshman president. Nabours said that freshmen started arriving at a mesquite thicket near his aunt's house at 4 a. m. By 6:30 enough were there including sponsor William K. Clark to begin the picnic. "Although we started timing It at 6:30 we held over until 7:10 just to make sure there would be no slip-up" said Clark. The required time is 30 minutes. Another requirement is that re- freshments be served and in com- pliance with this rule the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1956

THE WAR WHOOP OCTOBER II. MM PAOE1 By Gene Davidson Blast' I've been catching it from nil sides after the editorial in last week's issue A point needs to be cleared it is a War Whoop policy that all un- signed editorials are written by the editor It seems that several people thought that cither Don Boyd or Dick Countiss wrote it others didn't know and said that whoever did was a "chicken" not to sign his name I don't Know whether I'm brag- ging or complaining but "I dood it" I thank Darla Mawson and Haivey Pinner Jr for answering it I'm disappointed that there aren't more The War Whoop welcomes any comments but they must be written and signed As you've guessed by now (I'm taking it for granted that some- one reads this thing) I enjoy reading things from other college papers In Tarleton State College's J-Tc I found Geometric solution. Given: I love you. To prove: That you love ma. Prooft 1. I love you. i. Therefore I am a lover. 3. All the world lovet a lover. 4. You are all the worl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1956

OCTOBER II. 1858 THE WAR WHOOP PAOE 3 Campus News in Band Attends Festival The McMurry CoIIcro Indian Band was one of two college bands appearing in the Harvest Festival in Brownfield Thursday Oct 18 Having been invited by the Brownfield Chamber of Com- merce the band marched in a morning parade and presented a conceit in the afternoon at the football stadium The Texas Tech band also perfoimed in concert while from 15 to 20 high school bands marched in the parade Cell Block 7-- (Continued frum Page 1) jail They all dress in convict clothes The Cell Blockers have appear ed on the Ed Sullivan Show and have been invited back for any time They have also played en- gagements in Las Vegas Kansas City Tulsa and many Texas cities Their week-end dates during the past two years have included mostly jaz concerts and special functions which allow them the time necessary to finish their edu- cations They all make a sincere effort to improve their musical knowledge along with other stud ies and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 19 October 1956

PAGE 4 THE WAR WHOOP OCTOBER II. 1IS McMurry Edges By Aggies 14-13 By CHARLES BOLINO BEADY FOR TABPONS Halfback Jamai Boyd. Hamlin: Halfback Emit Davit Stamford! Tackla Tom- my Parkar. Ballingar; and Quartarback Bob Hay worth Big Spring prepare for the University of Corpus Chritti game Saturday night when McMurry hotti the Tarpons in Indian Stadium at 8 p. m. Led by the torrid war dancing of halfback Ernie Davis the Mc Murij Indians slipped by the New Mexico A&M Aggies last Friday night by the scraping margin of 14 13 Davis rolled up 216 yards on 19 trips with the pigskin The Sports Indian Cagers Start Workouts This Week Twenty-one prospects for the lOW-lOS? varsity basketball team reported to Coach Stan Burnham Monday for their first workout in Indian Gymnasium Four others are expected to join the squad at the end of foot- ball season Nov 23 Burnham who came to McMur- ry in September from the head i oaching job at Ranger Junior College faces a major rebuilding task in his first...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1956

Mjl-C OCT 2 6 m Theatre Presents Fall Play Nov. 1 2 "Candle Light" b Stogfiicd Govei McMunv College's fall thcatncal piodULtion stalling Mickve Waid and Toddv Hun is is scheduled foi two poifoim- antes Nov 1 and 2 accoiding to Loonaid Halt Ji duector Halt McMunv assistant pio- fessoi of speech s.ud cuituin time ul1 be H 15 p m in Radford Aiiditoiium CLARENCE BRADY Brady Presents First Faculty Recital Monday Claienco Biady pianist and as- sociate piofessoi of music at Mc- Munv College will be heard in the college's fust facultv recital of the ear at 8 30 p m Monda in Radfoid Auditorium The progiam is open to the public without charge. Numbers to be perfoimcd b Biadv are "Sonata No 2" bv Hindcmith "Italian Concerto" by Bach "Three Fantasy Pieces Opus HI" by Schumann and "Pour le Piano" bv Debussy. Brady joined the McMurry faculty in 1953 after receiving two master's degrees from the Uni- versity of Michigan He has per- foimed as soloist or accompanist in nine midw extern states and ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1956

PAGE t THE WAR WHOOP October SI 1IM r A I S . 'I Just got back from the Coll Block 7 progiam Tremendous wasn't it? McMurry needs moro entertainment like that. We may be a small school but this shows that wc can do some- thing that the linger ones do. Other schools our sie would be afiaid to sponsor such an under- taking The junior class should he commended for bringing the Seven to the McMurry campus. I tried to call Gold Star Dorm the other day but I couldn't get anything but a busy signal. I was pretty disgusted until I read in the TCU Skiff of the telephone double there. It seems that the campus radio comes in on the telephone because of an open circuit. A person says DEVOTIONAL Why Not Be A Square? As one of the old songs of the chinch says "More like the Master I would ever bo . . ." so should each one of us seek to be moro like Jesus. The Bible tells us that Jesus was a 'Square." "And Jesus increased in wisdom and in sta- ture and in favor with God and man." There were four si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1956

Ociobtr 9 1IS THE WAR WHOOP PAGE 9 Baptist Episcopal Groups Organized for McMurrians Two relatively new organiza- tions on the campus arc the Hup- list Student Union nnd the Can- terbury Club. The HSU has approximately fl5 members and is headed by Jimmy Jarnagin. The group meets every Tuesday at 5:45 p. m Initiated at the Baptist's l!)5(i spring con- vention in Waeo this is their first organized year at MeMurry The group works here on the campus and with other HSU groups from Uardin-Simmons and ACC. The Canterbury Club an Epis- copal Youth Organization meets every Sunday at fi p. m. at the Church of Heavenly Rest. There is an appropriate program plan- net! for each meeting and the Gail Smith Hurt; Now in Hendrick Gail Smith freshman from Amarillo is in Hendrick Memorial Hospital beeause of an injury re- ceived in physical education class last week. She expects to return to the dormitory soon. k.3 W lerjeW w mis ' w?T vwS. Jim Bm 'WRksm USE 5 -r tl?vs f .. . obVvbbbbT WHICH ARE THE S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 26 October 1956

PAGE 4 THE WAR WHOOP Oclobtr 26 1IM Tribe Romps Over UCC Tarpons 57-0 JPQ aBHal """ V AGAINST WT TONIGHT Doubt duly Indians thown above taw action in last week's win ovar Corpus Chriitl and will ba sating action again this Friday against Wast Taxas B squad at Canyon. Loft to right Owan Moblay and; Donald Wills fullback: and Jarry Tur- ner cantar. GUat With GUailU By BOLING I lend the other day where Alabama has lost their Inst 10 ball Karnes. It would seem that the .school spirit nt this southern uni- veisity would be a little low after such a long stiing of losses. We might warn them though that they might not be able to set any records and hold them. We must remind them of our own state school Texas Tech who hasn't managed to hit the win column yet this year. West Texas was so joyous over their 34-14 trouncing of the Raid- ers two weeks ago that an associ- ate professor of education who made the trip to Tech with the group on the train celebrated the event with a few "monkey shine...

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

The War Whoop VOL. 34 McMURRY COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 2 1956 NO. 8 mmWrW SMS JHPX BRIH -" ""Wll(W& "CANDLE LIGHT" STARS G wen McMurry freshman from Livolland. ttandi with a candle at the appeari in "Candle Light" McMurry Theatre preientation continuing Friday and Saturday nights. Mlckye Ward and Teddy Harris who have the leading roles sit near u candle also. Miss Ward Sla- ton freshman is appearing for the first time in a McMurry drama while Harris Odessa Junior has played in three previous performances of McMurry Theatre. (Photos by Richard Hamrick). Chess Lovern Is RE Week Speaker Dr. J. Chess Lovern pastor of the First Methodist Church of Lubbock will be the speaker for the l!)5fi-57 series of McMutiy's annual Religious Emphasis Week according to Dr Harold G. Cooke McMurry president. The annual observance will bo- Kin at 7:30 on Monday evening November 12 in Radford Audi- torium. Services will be held in the auditorium Monday through Thursday evenings at 7:30 and 1956-...

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

PAGE I THE WAR WHOOP November S. MM WnTSTSEKtnm HwSr3 By Gene Davidson The first real exams of the year will be upon us next week It looks like most everybody will be doing quite a bit of cramming this week end If everybody pulls through this time there'll be nine more weeks then to loaf around and be un- prepared for the finals After two full years and eight weeks of this one and with new resolu- tions every nine weeks about how I'm going to keep up on my notes studying and long-range assign- ments next time it looks like I might have learned my lesson Hut I don't suppose I did be- cause I'm in the same predica- ment as usual I'm glad I have this chance to gripe about mv misfortunes it surely will save time time that I can use in something important like reading something other than my assignment or seeing a show rather than writing a theme I heard of a plan the other day on how to get by on two hours of sleep every 24 hours Sounds good doesn't it all you sleepy people' I haven't h...

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

Novimbn 2. 1ISI THE WAR WHOOP PAGE 9 fjjetta tJeta J4od& Jjat lAJith rrauowe The Delta Betn fall picnic was held Oct. 26 at the home of Charky Williams a member. As couples withered in the den witch tags with names of famous people were pinned on their backs and each person had to guess who he was. Throughout the evening the Hallowe'en theme was carried out The picnic supper of chili-cheese broiled burners was eaten on the lantern decorated patio Numerous enjoyable activities followed the supper. The couples were free to bob for apples tour the spook-house sit by the fire- place and eat popcorn balls watch TV or shin songs around the organ. f-'re--'roi.tsioHaf C jfniUaltA ZJcn Ulemher.s The Pro-Professional Club of McMurry held its initiation serv- ices for new members on Wednes- day Oct. 24 in Radford Audi- torium. The Pre-Professional Club was organized in 1937 by those stu- dents who were majoring or minoring in science. The purpose of the club was to promote inter- est and t...

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

Pat 4 THE WAR WHOOP Novambor 2 HS6 Indians Play In Brownwood Saturday at 2 iLiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiW .bbbiMbm? BHIBl Ers bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbi .bbbbbbbbbbbbbW Jassnikiv V.5- SK r j BbXbXbXbXbaVBbBf ' lkW?f ''"'" ah feHHiaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBattk. BSbSbSbSbJ kppppHBf h 'SHK vmiiiTjPiBC9h!!iii1 PPPPPPPPPJE' . 9PJPbIPSPPJBvjPPbPbPbPbHpbPbPbJ pjpjpjV ICmp pjpjpjpjHpjh pppppppHpkx W'1 lippppppppBiBpPBpBapppsSPppPB VpjpjpjpjpjpjpjpVIpjIipjHpIpjpjpjH bbk ' fPXPXPXPXPXPXPXPXPXPJPBPJPJFlPXPXPXPXPXPXPXHlPXPXPXPXIIPJ l (ApppppKBi3ripplpPPpWAVfPPpH Pr ' L pppppHppB'--ippppppBHkpjpjpjB &1 pfKnppjpjpjpBpjpjpjBppjpjpjpjpjl THREE NEWCOMERS Coach Stan Burnham discussas the comincj basketball season with two junior collage transfers. Eric Loonay. canter Odessa Junior transferred from Tarleton State College and Ray Senterfltt San Saba junior comes from San Angclo College. This is Burnham's first year as Indian coach. The Tribe opens season play against Southern Methodist University Dec. 3 in Dallas....

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

LIBRARY Uf McMURRY COLLEGL ARI17NE. TEXAS 8:00 A. M. 7:30 P. M. NOV 1. 0 -k The War Whoop RE Week Nov. 12-16 VOL. 34 McMURRY COLLEGE ABILENE. TEXAS. NOVEMBER I. 1151 NO. I Dr. Lovern Opens RE Week Monday Night ''mtMUMmBKmA I Fillip 'Jm& . iHH sLMaaaarW JLZ RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS LEADERS Prasidants of thraa organisations thai ara ipomorlng Raliglous Emphatii Waak. Not. 12-16 maka final plana in tha maating of tha Raligloui Council Wadnasday. Kaith Witaman cantar. is praiidant of tha Council. Joy Cauueaux. laft. pratidant of Voluntaara and Gana Tuckar pratidant of Christian Foundation also mambars of tha Council. Oilmen From Six States Will Attend Petroleum Conference A "Petroleum Conference on Electrical and Radioactivity Log- Ring" expected to draw hundreds of participants from six south- western states will be held at Radford Auditorium Nov. 14-15. In co-sponsorsnip of the two- day meeting arc the Abilene Geo- logical Society; the West Central Texas Section of the American Institut...

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