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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 November 1956

Paga 2 THE WAR WHOOP Notmbr . MM Exams wil bo over today. We've none to school nine weeks half a semester already. Seems amaz- ing doesn't it? Why I thoufiht it was only the other day when I trudged back to the campus a week before the rest of the upporclassmcn in order to begin work on the fiist issue of the War Whoop. Now I'm writing my column for the ninth. Typical exclamation heard on campus after an exam: "Oh well this course will be offered again next year!" Speaking of next year we won- der just who will be back at the Reservation. This is being writ- ten four days before the paper comes out and there is no way of telling now how the world situation will be come Friday. However if things keep going the way they are now the girls and 4-F's will be running the Rob Mote Born Nov. 1 Robin Robert Mote son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mote was born at 10:27 a. m. Nov. 1 in Hen- dricks Memorial Hospital. He weighed 7 lbs. 15 oz. Mote Dublin senior and his wife the former Sue Laync Sla- t...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 November 1956

Novambar t 1956 THE WAR WHOOP Pat 3 November 10 ( NO PLEASE! MecWem V I reawsfjk J vflKrlB y ' ' -i'&&sus pg Mi- Semester V BobDuui ti North Texas G amcj Phil Widmer Receives New Congress Bill Aid H. P. (Phil) Widmer Jr. Abi- lene sophomore Monday became the first McMurry student to benefit from the new War Orphans Educational Assistance Act of 1956 (Public Law 634) passed by the 84th Congress. Dr. W. B. McDaniel vice-president and veterans' advisor said that Widmer has been approved for study toward the bachelor's degree at McMurry and for ad- ditional work toward the bache- lor of divinity degree as his final objective. Since Widmer has already com- pleted his freshman year at Mc- Murry he will be able to get the fast year of his ministerial train- ing also on the G. I. Bill. He is majoring in English and minoring in history. Widmer's father H. P. Widmer was killed in a car accident while stationed at Mexia Texas dur- ing World War II. Widmer is a 1955 graduate of Abilene ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 November 1956

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 November 1956

JURARY OF MnMMW COLLEGE i.NL ittAS Ov i "Christ Above All" Dr. Lovern's Theme Chiisl Above AH" is the theme of the eight-sermon series being delivered lv Di J Chess Lovcm dining McMtui's Religious Em- phasis Week Di Lovein pastcn of the Fiist Methodist Chinch in Lubbock spoke each morning beginning Tuesdav at It a m and each evening Mondav thiough Thurs- dav at 7 30 pm in Radfoid Audi- toimm Seveial McMunv stu- d nts aie assisting in the worship si i vues lie began the seiies Monda night using the oeia1l theme Chtist Above All' as his topic Hunnv Ciou ell Canadian fiesh- Judges to Select Totem Beauties A gioup of seven judges will choose the eight most beautiful gnls at Mc Mm iv in Tuesday chapel aftei the 15 finalists have bien piesented to the student bodv The judges invited bv the Tottm staff will be Clara Bethe Coats women's staff vvntei for the Abilene Rcpoi let -News Jim Ilidgewav KRBC disc jockey Lcs Sabo KWKC announcer Clnulotti Coffman secietary of the Student Council at Ab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 November 1956

Page I THE WAR WHOOP November 16. 1MB KvifTcfcxm Just got bnek from the first service of Religious Emphasis Week. By the time this writing appears before the public Dr. Lnvrrn will have delivered nil but one nddre.ss in the HE series. The Week started Just fine in- cluding announcements by the college president. Dr. Cooke stated that the Wednesday and Thursday morning services would begin at 7:45 giving just enough time for the students to pick their teeth after breakfast before com- ing to chapel. He added that for the Tuesday and Friday services they would have time to use the brush since starting time was 8 a.m. The announcement was very clear to those who heard it but Dr. Lovcrn had an additional re- minder to the one who said it: "While the students are picking or brushing their teeth I must caution Dr. Cooke not to forget to bring his." Although a Texan through and through I couldn't help but chuckle at another illustration the speaker used. In telling the ex- periences receiv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 November 1956

November IB. 1856 THE WAR WHOOP Pag 9 LbW avalSt ''BBBLBH bbbbLbbw tj bbk?1 tBvotbbbbbB bbbbbbbbe sBbIm SUPPORTERS ALL THE WAY Four of tht ttaunchtit tupporttri of tht Indian football team are pictured above ai they prepared to leave for Chattanooga Tenn.. where they will once again boost the Indians. Left to right are Beth Myatt chairman of the department of languages: her sister Lula B. Myatt! Jimmy Arnold Odessa senior and Vrnie Newman chairman of the history department. Miss Beth Myatt won't gtt to make the 2.000-mile Journey but another sister Mrs. Helen Haymes of Nugent will travel with them. (Photo by Richard Hamrick). Seven Fans Journey To Chattanooga For Game At least seven loyal fans will be in the stands at Chattanooga Tenn. Friday night when the In- dians play football against the University of Chattanooga. While the team left Thursday by chartered airplane their small but determined cheering section began the 2000-mile cross-country journey Wednesday. Local fans who mad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 November 1956

Pant 4 THE WAR WHOOP November II. ItSB Redskins Fall Before Strong North Texas Eagles Swamp McMurry 23-7 Nrrlh Texas State sxxamped the McMuirx Indians to tin scoic of 23-7 last Satuidax in Denton Tin. high flying FilJcs unleislud a stiong vtisatile attack that ac- counted foi 17 i uds on the gtound and 130 aids b the ait- xxays The Indians ltd mamlx b the. efforts of fullback Richnid Toli- vcr pould i inn up onl 121 vaids on tin Mound to 1H in the an Tolivtr monopolized the Ui axes' ground name bx accounting foi 100 of McMun s lushing xaid- agc Th( umioi fullback xxas also on the iccciving end of a 24- vad pass fiom quarteiback Bob Havxxorth Not th Texas opi ned the scoi ing early in the first quaitci after they had icc ixed the kickoff and matched 6U xards in onlj seven plaxs Ea)le quaiti.ib.ick Ra Toole tossed to right halfback John Dai by foi ten yards and the score Left tackle Mickev Koonce converted the extia point The Waibnds added seven more points befoie the half on anothei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 November 1956

Chanters to Tour Panhandle Dec.8-12 The Chanters McMurry's 43 voice mixed choir will leave Abilene Soturday Dec 8 with their director Dr Richard C von Ende for their annual fall tour The tour will last four days with the choir returning to Abilene after its Wednesday evening per- formance The tour itinerary includes Tulia as the first stop on Satur- day evening Sunday morning Dec ") in the First Methodist Chinch at Tulia Sunday evening at the San Jacinto Methodist Church in Amarillo Monday morning the Chanters will perfoim before the Amarillo High School student body Mon- dnv afternoon a performance is slated for Dalhart High School The Mondav evening program is to be given in the Dumas Metho- dist Church Tuesday morning's program will be given at Borger High School with the choir going to Phillips for the afternoon con- Pre-Professionals Take Tour Tonight The Pre-Professional Club will make a tour of Diamond Coring Inc and Abilene Sample Log Thuisday at 6 pm Petroleum geologists Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 November 1956

Pan a THE WAR WHOOP November 22. 1ISI DEVOTIONAL KTTjSf Gene jBfil mBSSSU Davidson EJQH If nnybody has thought the last couple of weeks that the Reserva- tion was being infested with Ivj Leaguers just don't get shook The McMurry men have mcrel taken up a fad of pipe-smoking Each of them says that it will add dignity in his profession. Some of them are like Morty Meekle in the funny papers. He with pipe in mouth and his gin were taking a walk and she couldn't understand why he was not talking. Finally he explained by saying "It's too expensive" and with that the cherished pipe fell to the sidewalk and broke into smithereens. The lndiannaires mixed quar- tet from the Chanters was sched- uled for a performance Saturday in Ureckenridge. The host or- ganisation had made arrange- ments with Dr. Dennett. Without notifying him of their plans the group postponed their meeting and the quartet jumped over to Breck. Upon (finding out the news and beginning the return trip to Abi- lene one of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 November 1956

NoTmbr 22. 1151 THE WAR WHOOP Pat 9 Nearly All Graduating Classes Have Left Nice Gifts for School Class Rifts from each graduat- ing class with the exception of one have been left as a remem- brance for that class Most Rifts usually add to the attractiveness of the campus or nil some need of the students or of the coIIcrc. The first class Rift was in 1927 when the seniors provided for the Hock Museum in the Rock Gar- den. The most noted Rift however was in 1940 when that Rraduat- ins class left the neon Indian Head sirii on the northeast cor- ner of the campus. Not only is it there to Rreet everyone who en- ters McMurry campus but even every feather in the Indian's headdress has a meaning the representation of the eleven members of the football team. Last year's seniors the class of '56 left the newly erected flap pole on the southeast corner of Indian Stadium. The list of the other Rifts in- clude 1928 Stone Memorial Column at northeast corner dedicated to Onid Donaldson. 1929 Port...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 November 1956

Pag 4 THE WAR WHOOP NovtmMr 22. 1SS6 Indians to Try Friday for Even Season Battle Southern State f J V""T I'"!' iSBasBBBMaBBB VHDaCkBa HBaBaBBs waLHFalLLV"MBaLnBCB mllLB "--1 laaB" WiMlaWpfcaf I'M aHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHT aHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHl feMx vSbbtbbbbbbbbbbbbbv B9'aBBBBBBBH!'BWBBBaaaaaaaaaaaaBa nr 'rsa bbbWI aVll aBBam 'naaaaaaar- BB hPI aaaPliaaaVl aaaaaaaaaam SaaaatiwH 'ftSii FINALE FOR SEVEN INDIANS for thete seven teniori. They are. Killeen guard: Bob Hay worth Big Tommy Watkint Odetta end; Bill by Richard Hamrick). First Half Mocs Win The McMurry Indians sputtcicd iiuiing the fust half of last week's game with the UnieiMt of Chattanooga and Hailed 19-14 at the final whistle 'the Kcdmcn Hying to bounce back aftei two successive losses found the field loo muddy to tun well and the Moccasin pass de- fense too shaip to penetrate for the sioimg maikeis Ti ailing by Id points at half- time the Indians letuined to make a game of it and to out- scoie the Chattanooga squa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 December 1956

The War Whoop bbk hL. x Pm -jbbbbbbbbbbm bbbbbiiCsIbk BBBBBBBBBBhBBB BBBPVBF kj Kh BBBBBBBBBBBBBJi. m :mSL bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbH . W !kv BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbB bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbS r kllllllllllllH bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB ' .'YbbbbbbbbbbH bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbS mU H! - -r SBBBBBBBBBBBJ COUNCIL MEMBERS LEAD DRIVE Thro members of the Student Council look at in Ttxai Tri- bute to Freedom paptr to bt signed by contributors and tent to Hungary after a campus-wide drive next week. Left to right are Don Yarbrough vice-president; Shirley Wheat senior rtfpresenta'ive; and Orland Gilbert president. (Photo by Richard Hamrick). Students to Aid Hungary Through "Texas Tribute" Students on the McMurry i campus will have an opportunity next week to give financial aid to escapees from war-torn Hungary through the Texas Tribute to Freedom campaign In regular meeting Monday night the Stu- dent Council decided to conduct a definite drive before the Christ- mas holidays Persona...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 December 1956

Page I THS WAR WHOOP DECEMBER I. MM ffSGrlj By Gene Davidson I wonder how the floors on the various buildings on the campus felt when McMurrians stormed back to the Reservation after Thanksgiving with the several extra pounds on each person after those luscious turkey din ncrs. I say "dinners" because in my case I visited several different people in several different towns at several different times and at each place turkey and dressing (usually left-over of course) and all the accessories were served. Fresh or left-over it still adds pounds. Some of us (me) can use it but some (like no I'd better not say) would have been better off on a cracker and water diet. With a holiday from things pressing TV once again lured old Dopey this time to watch "Su- sie." When a girl friend expressed her desire to catch a tall rich handsome single man Susie re- plied "You don't want a man you want a quartet." Being a man (that's what I call myself after all I am almost 20) I wouldn't know. While wat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 December 1956

DECEMBER I. 1IM THE WAIt WHOOP Delta Beta and Kiva Win First Intramural Divisions Women's volleyball intramurals finished recently with the Delta Beta group taking first place. Following the winners were Kap- pa Phi in second place and the Navajocs in third place. Delta Beta leads the other en- trants in total points by a large margin with 438 points. Gammn Sigma is second in total points with 215 followed closely by the Navajocs with 214. The totals arc as follows in archery volleyball and totals. Helta Urn no i;n 4i)i tliitmilH SiKimi . 24 l!ll 215 NmnJot'K . . ..27 1ST 214 Knppit Phi If. ITI ISO T. I. V 24 lie 12't Alpha PI Alpha ..12 114 1211 Chernkeen II. 27 41 Men's football intramurals closed out with Kiva taking un disputed possession of first place with four wins and no losses. In second place was IHR with three wins and one defeat. Following these were the Dirty Shirts Ko Sari and Freshmen in that order. Along with the release of final standings the all-intramural foot- ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 December 1956

Mt 4 THE WAR WHOOP DECEMBER I. ltM McM Indians Out for First Win Friday Night Try Howard Payne TCU in Next Games The McMurry Indian baskc- teers will again take to the hard- woods this Friday night in Indian Gym against Howard Payne Game time is 8 p m with the freshmen squads meeting at 6 pm The Indians will be after win number one of the season after Monday's loss to SMU The Howard Payne Yellow Jackets will bring a well-experienced and fast squad with them Outstanding personnel on the Jacket squad roster are Robert Moore 6-5 and Stanley Owen 6-1 McMurry's next outing will be against anothci Southwest Con- ference member Texas Christian University Monday night in Fort Worth Final Football Statistics 10 Player Pot MiCinr qn Tollxir h DrxIx Itll Hrrxaril I.ll lrt Itll HrlRRM Kll Kihkiule 1111 Hh worth qll ) IIRKCI l-'l! I'Hllnn. I.ll Mi Aitnmn qll Wllln Kll ljokr I.ll 47") 7 111 21 in 10 Nat 520 4 "It 4?(i 434 2)6 111 - 71 IS 31 o 14 so o in is 11 -in no Mi Mlirr Ttlx 52 26M 212 2441 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 December 1956

' LIBRARY OF WCWURRY C0UGf Merry Christmas age Student Leaders Attending SCONA Orland Gilbert and Don Yar- brough arc attending the Second Student Conference on National Affairs (SCONA) at Texas A&M College Dec. 12-15. Sponsored by various Texas business firms SCONA's purpose is to conduct a scries of informa- tive and stimulative discussions on "The Role of the United States in World Affairs" and to provide an appreciation of the BWil MEmFM GILBERT YARBROUGH complexities of the foreign policy of the United States. Gilbert is president and Yar- brough is vice-president of the McMurry Student Association. Students from 55 of America's leading universities and colleges will attend the informal seminar. Among topics to be discussed arc the United States and its re- lations to Allied Powers Com- munist Powers Neutral Powers and Global Defense. Several speakers and panelists arc featured including Chester Bowles former Ambassador to India; Richard Rubottom Assist- and Secretary of St...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 December 1956

Pap t THE WAR ggg. December 13 UN IjttHWg Id wmSSSm Davidson H "Everyone is entitled to a mis- take now and then." This old expression certainly is comfort- ins every once in a while. Although the War Whoop strives for poi faction we do slip up oc- casionally i If Abilcnians could have had an opportunity to read the basket- ball roster in last week's paper the gym would have been over- flowing at the Howard Payne game Friday. After all it's not every day that one can sec a basketball player who is six feet and IS inches tall. Jerry Turner is really only 6-5 and not a giant after all. Although graduation is a long time away some 00 diplomas were presented at the junior class meeting Dec 4. Awarded the PhD in Salesmanship the class members were commended for selling booster tags preceding each football game and tickets for the Cell Block Seven appearance in October. President Darrcll Vines issued the parchments which were signed by class dignitaries and administrators. We overheard a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 December 1956

DECEMBER 13. 1IM THE WAR WHOOP Zsraditional jift W Jo arl f-artu featured liven tt Jiva LJtridtmaA J-'arty The traditional presentation of novelty Rifts by the Kivas to their dates opened the social club's annual Christmas party held at 7:30 p. m. Saturday in the banquet room of the Citizens Na- tional Bank. Arnold Richards ftiva sponsor posed as Santa Claus. The room was decorated with brightly decorated Christmas trees at each end. Long streamers mistletoe and bells dangled from the ceiling. Table decorations were clusters of cedar branches and candles. The program opened with a medley of Christmas songs and old favorites sung by a quartet made up of Jimmy Arnold Gene Hinktl Will Prtstnt Waco Organ Rtcltal Francis Hinkcl associate pro- fessor of music will be presented in an organ recital Tuesday Jan. 8 at St. Alban's Episcopal Church in Waco. The recital will be sponsored by the Waco chapter of the American Guild of Organists. Prof. Hinkcl's program will in- clude works by Bach H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 December 1956

Pate 4 THE WAR WHOOP DECEMBER IS 1IU TOP TRIBESMEN Thaw thrM Indian cagers are naar tha top of the Utt of tha McMurry vanity and hart playad qulia a bit In fha firtt lhraa garnet of tha season. Thay ara from loft Bobby Williams. Junior guard from Quanah: Ray Santarfltt. Junior forward from San Saba; and Paul Qothard. Junior from O'Brlan. Santarfltt gained a starting barth against Howard Payna and TCU. Indians Still Seek Southwest Texas Next for Redmen The McMurry Indians will tannic with foe on the hardwoods five times between now and Janu- ary 8 1957 including two con- tests with Southwest Texas State and the fust of the nil-important contests with Abilene Christian College. Dec. 17-18 the Tribe will be in San Marcos where they tangle with Southwest Texas State. After classes have resumed the Warriors wil journey to Brown- wood Jan. 5 when they will be tiymg to even the score with the Yellow Jackets. Jan. 7 will find the Reserva- tion's cross town rivalry renewed when the ACC Wildc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 January 1957

m i -b7 W-W& JERKS The War Whoop Athletic Banquet Changed VOL. 34 McMURRY COLLEGE ABILENE. TEXAS JANUARY 11. 1187 NO. 14 AfoMURRV COUXGt To February 22 - $35000 Paving Project Begun on Campus j i it ii i . Host Mel . i i H J U 1 JJ HE9B J ml r 1 M m n 11 1 vis I I I ) v J V ) I 1 i 1 i 1 ( c A $35000 paving project was begun on the McMurry campus Dec. 12 by Norris-Hanley-Norris Co. of Abilene and will solve two problems dust and parking. The paving work which will approximately double the amount of paved area on the campus includes curbing street and parking area paving valued near $30000 and sidewalks amounting to about $5000 according to Garnet Gracy comp- troller for McMurry. Gracy said that the entire project is expected to be com- pleted early in March probably in time for the annual Willson Lectures. This work will provide room for more than 1000 automobiles on the campus at one time Gracy .said and about 95 per cent of the streets roads and parking space will be paved. Th...

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