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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 January 1957

PAGE 2 THE WAR WHOOP FRIDAY. JANUARY 11. 1IS7 Campus Calendar Fri Jan. 11 Forum noon. Sat. Jan. 12 Basketball: East- ern New Mexico University Por- talcs. Jan. 14-19 Dead Week. Cdltoria It While reading the Yellow Jacket from Howard Payne a few minutes ago we noticed a letter to the editor concerning school .spirit. He seemed to think that the HPC band didn't play ap- propriate music at football Ramos. He ended the letter with "The band should take a lesson from the McMurrv band." That's quite a compliment when another school takes notice of the way the Indian Band plays at football names. We at Mc- Murry have something to be proud of in our band. We were looking over a volume of last year's War Whoop and found some attempts at joking in a column we wrote each week. One of them was about the fel- low who fell into a lens grinding machine and made a spectacle of himself. Let's see we ought to find a better one than that. After all that was a year ago we're more mature now and our int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 January 1957

THE WAR WHOOP PAOE a Wan WahtauAee (JSanquel featured rce Srantadu9 Jo ati VlllemoerAj CxeA KJo&erve 20th rfnnlver&aru FRIDAY. JANUARY 11. 1157 Sixty-four people found them- selves in "Ice Fantasy" Saturday night at the annual Wah Wah- taysee Banquet in the Hotel Wind- sor Ballroom. Guests walked among white driftwood centet pieces with white candle past silver mesquitc trees with nngcl hair and Mood Frt-Proftssional Club Rcctivts TAS Charter The McMuiry Pre-Professional Club leccived its Texas Academy of Science charter at the annual Mate convention Dec. 13-15 at Howard Payne College in Brown- wood. The McMurry science club was icpiescnted by Don Dix presi- dent David Neel Hugh Smith Sidney Frazier and John Town- send. During the convention the schools represented gave an oral presentation of detailed reports concerning work the .students had been doing in the fields of biology chemistry and physics. Many in- teresting demonstrations were on display. The Dean of Admissions ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 January 1957

PAOE 4 THE WAR WHOOP FRIDAY. JANUARY U. 1IS7 7fc Keloid McSbnmld aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBamJifiH aHaWJaaaBIBVy i J&r m bbbEbbbEIbw.. ' bbbbbbbbbbbbbI jj"K P'Bv ' bIbBBBWBsBSbH SENTERFITT GOES UP Ray Senttrfilt junior forward from San Saba jump up for a rebound at does ACC'a Jack McCall in Mon- day's batkaiball game with Abilent Christian Collage. In the background are Joe Vick (53) and Clarence Winn (55). ACC won over the Indians. 63-60. (Photo by Richard Hamrick). Jai 87-717668 an Road Wildcats Edge McMurry In Home Game 63 - 60 The McMuuy Indians have gone wmkss this Mason in each of thai unlit outing so fat thn season The Tube chopped a p-ur to Southwest Ttxas State at San Marcos Dli 17 and 18 to the tune of 118 5(i and 97-59 Tiving to bound into the win column the Tube uowded the Howard Pa ne Yellow Jackets all the way bcfoic losing in the final ten seconds 87-71 Last Mond ly night the Rcdmen again crowded then opposition to the fin il gun bcfoic falling before the Abilen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 January 1957

School Graduates Ten in January Ton McMurry College students I BS in elementary education. completed requirements for their degrees nt the end of the fall semester Saturday Jan. 26. Two of these students Joyce Gound and Sue Talkington plan to continue their education toward a master's degree. Miss Gound wil study at McMurry and Miss Talkington at North Texas State College Denton. The January graduates arc Elmo Cummins McMurry asist- ant professor of P. E. Master of Education; Bill Clarence Day of Abilene BS in business admin- istration; Mrs. W. T. Drcnnan of Baird BS in elementary educa- tion; Miss Gound of Big Spring John Ray Harrison of Pasa- dena BS in physical education; Mrs. Marjorie Parmelly of Abi- lene BS in elementary educa- tion; Miss Talkington of Midland BS in elementary education. Carolyn Teaff of Merkcl BS in business administration; Marolyn Teaff of Merkcl BS in business administration and Alex Oates of Midland BA in biology. The War Whoop VOL. 31 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 January 1957

PAOEI THE WAR WHOOP JANUARY 31. 1IS7 Swire Another semester is gone as is another beard contest ny look- ins at the winners pictured on the third pane one can see why some of the rest of us just tried to prow a little stubble for the fun of it. One of the boys said that he thought he might to win in one division maybe "Most Effort with Least Effect Division." It was great though to be able to bound (well crawl at least) out of bed in the morning and dress without having to shave. Also it saved time and razor blades so all in all it was very profitable to enter the contest. At last we've found a formula for popularity among the upper crust. Robbing a term from the music field it's called the "Three B's" breeding background and bank account. Ministers seem to be trying to change the days of the week around a bit. They keep .saying the day after Sunday is Monday morning. A small town in Italy re- ceived a letter recently address- ed to a Mr. Stradivarius. The writer told of his finding...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 January 1957

JANUARY 31. 1IS7 THE WAR WHOOP PAGE 1 swsHvI f. '.' swiL zT'iJ " w1 Jmm-m ggJggpP iSA tS.K. i- iBBYBYBYBYBYBH BflBSHBEEniHBEEEEEiMBElBT HRIMKwRMMMMHHBflBv EFFORTS REWARDED Winners in the Ihrtt division of tht beard growing contest display the results of the ten-day contest. From left are David Burrow. Maryneal junior most unusual: Bob Washam. Sweetwater senior scroungiest: and Orland Gilbert. Lockney senior longest. (Photo by Richard Hamrick). Gilbert Burrow Washam Take Shrubbery Titles Orland Gilbert president of the McMurry Student Associa- tion won top honors in the an- nual beard-growing contest held m the Iris Graham Dining Hall Wednesday of Exam Week. He lcceivcd a large shaving mug for having the longest beard. Band Members Play For Polio Telethon Prof. Raymond T. Bynum and several members of the McMurry Indian Band assisted the Abilene Jaycees in the polio telethon Jan. 19 over KRBC-TV. Two numbers featured the woodwind quintet composed of Ann Bynum Abilene sophomore flute; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 January 1957

PAGE 4 THE WAR WHOOP JANUARY 31 1957 ly Sotfl o 64.55 73.7f Basketeers Win First Games Over Rams McDonald Scots The McMurry Indians closed out their first semester competi- tion with four names racking up n two-win two-loss record for their efforts. On Jan. 12 the Indian enters traveled to Portales N. M. where they rolled with punch but fell before the Eastern New Mexico University Greyhounds 81-61. Three days later the Redmcn chalked up their first win of the season as they rolled the Texas Wesleyan CoIIorc Rams 64-55 in Indian Gym. It was the big guns of Hud Shelton which held the Hams at bay until the final buzer iced the game into the record books. Shelton chunked ten field goals and added three free throws for 23 points for his evening's ef- fort. Jan. 19 found the McMurry eagers in Plainview visiting the Wayland College Pioneers. In HIGH JUMPER. PERHAPS? Bud Shelion tophomore guard from Avoca leaps high into the air as he tones the ball for a two-pointer for the Indians in tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 February 1957

Band Presents Concert Tonight The McMuiry College lnditin Hand will present its nntutnl win- ttt concert Thuisday at B p in in Radford Auditorium with n vniietv of smphonies snmbus and swing foi the public to hcai R.ivmnnd T Uynum diiectoi said that piocecds fiom the mn- n it will go into the band's uni- foim fund Admission is 50 cents foi students and $1 foi adults MeMuitv students will be admit- ted with student activity tickets Doiothy King Thiockmmton junioi will be futtuied sinning "One Kiss" fiom the opeietta "New Moon"; 'My Heio" from "The Chocolate Soldiei" and "People Will Sav we'ie m Love" f i om "Oklahoma " Instiumental soloists who will he heard aie Stella Bel Ken Phil- lips senior alto saxophone Don Davis Santa Anna senioi tiom- bone and Ann Bvnum Abilene sophomoie piccolo and flute Novelty numbers to be pi lived b the band include "Hey Pedro" and "Pop Goes the Weasel " Un- usual instiuments to be featuied aie a slide cornet bagpipes Civil Wai Fiench hom valve tiom- bon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 February 1957

PAGE I THE WAR WHOOP FEBRUARY 7. 1IS7 f rfTrm y An interesting news item from Betty Campbell former War Whoop editor and now missionary in Cuba has reached our desk via her sister Penny. When Betty's trunk went through customs fioing into Cuba a few weeks ajo inspectors found n pair of nicely starched neatly folded khaki-coloied riding pants. Not knowing or not thinking that it isn't unusual for a red- blooded American girl to possess a pair of riding pants they held them on grounds that they might be some sort of uniform for Com- munist revolutionists inside Cuba. Try ns she might Betty could not persuade the authorities to let her have them and could not convince them that a missionary more than likely would not be aiding revolutionists. So Betty is minus a pair of rid. ing pants. Being a student of French and having a native Frenchwoman as 1 profntur we are sometimes subjected to French jokes (nice ones) on the Americans. Madame Rosser told us this one this week. Two Frechmcn enj...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 February 1957

FEBRUARY 7. 1157 THE WAR WHOOP PAGES PQ9V Campbell Accepted As Missionary in Africa Peggy Campbell senior relig- ious education major from La- mesa has been accepted for mis- sionary service in Africa by the Board of Missions of the Meth- odist Church. Miss Campbell after graduat- ing in May will begin a six- weeks training progiam at Scar- i ill College Nashville Tenn. She will leave the United States in August for her assignment in Africa where she will remain for three years. PEGGY CAMPBELL . . missionary to Africa Placement Directory Published By Institute The Advancement and Place- ment Institute has announced publication of "The World-Wide Summer Placement Directory" prepared as an aid to educators and students who wish new ideas for ways to earn while they vaca- tion. The Directory gives descriptions of the type of work available with names and addresses of em- ployers regularly needing addi- tional summer employees. In- cluded arc summer theaters dude ranches travel tour age...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 7 February 1957

PAGE 4 THE WAR WHOOP FEBRUARY 7. 1SS7 Indians Sweep Series With Pemex Oilers SCRAMBLE FOR THE BALL Eric Looniy (54). McMurry junioi guard from Odtiu. and Daniel Cut- vat Pemex. go for thi ball in Saturday's game between the Indiam and the Pota Rica Oilers of Max ico. McMurry won the two-game series 70-49 and 71-67. (Photo by Richard Hamrick). eUcU With GUanlU By BOLING Wc arc very much pleased with the type of woik that the Varsity has been doing this last week or so It looks to us that the first win of the season was just the big dose that the Braves needed We can't see that they are play- ing too much better brand of ball but the final results aie typifying the change We wish the Rcamen good hunt- ing on this eight-day road trip they stalled Tuesday. Coach Bill Aloxnndei's Ficsh- man squad must have traded their fortunate winning ways with the varsity Last Thursday Fnday and Sutuida nights the Papooses dropped thiue games to Midwest- ern Dciatui Baptist Junior Col- li'ge and thtn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 February 1957

I The War Whoop VOL. 34 HL 'k j BBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaR!a4BBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV BBaaaaaaaaaaaar BBaaaaaaS fe if .Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaagli!lr' laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal aaaaaaaaaaaaaaY aaaaaaaaav ""ssctKi. taaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaae s 'xvAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal aaaaaaaaaaaaW aaaaaaaaaK VMHH T w H uu' 9aBBBBBBBBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBr'MLPsaBBBBBBBBBl BfcaW '' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl SWEETHEART CANDIDATES Four pretty maidens pose at candidates for Alhlttlc Sweetheart tht winner to be revealed Fob. 22 at tho all-school Athlttic Banquet. From left are Dorothy King. Throck. morion Junior; O'Lyila Bowden. Hart lophomore: Wilma Reynoldt Colorado City Junior; and Hollii Haynot Stamford sophomore. (Photo by Richard Hamrick). Statm GUamfktont 4 High School Coaches To Speak at Banquet Coaches of the four Texas high school football championship teams will be featured speakers nt the annual all-school Athletic Banquet Feb 22 at 7:30 p. m in Ins Graham Dining H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 February 1957

A0E1 THE WAR WHOOP FEBRUARY 14. 19S7 mJBSSBKk Davidson IH - Did your Valentine send you a love message today? Did you send one to your Sweetheart? This VPO (Valentine Post Of- fice in case you haven't heard) by the freshmen was a pretty good idea. A lot of egos were satisfied (and some broken) by the clever little messages both sung and said. We're tempted to be like Den- nis the Menace was in Sunday's funnies (we do read literature oc- casionally). He ran around all day asking girls to be his "Balen- tine" because they all had candy to give. Why couldn't some of the McMurry girls do that? With a sweet tooth satisfied it is much easier to have a sweet heart. Here arc a few definitions: Nudist: A person who goes coat- less and vestless with trousers to match. (From the College of the Sequoias Campus). Lecture: Something that can make you feel dumb on one end and numb on the other. (From the Cameron Collegian). Upper crust: A bunch of crumbs held together by a lot of dough (From a pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 February 1957

FEBRUARY 14 19S7 THE WAR WHOOP PAGE 3 Activities Requirements Listed By Four Men's Social Clubs NEW ARRIVALS Dr. W. B. McDaniel. vlce-preldni of McMurry. shows part of the campus from Radford balcony to Kenneth Tsang. Hong Kcng. China and Charles Park. Seoul Korea. Both students are first semester freshmen. (Photo by Richard Hamrick). Two Foreign Students Here for Spring Semester Kenneth Tsang Is From China "McMurry is a wonderful and friendly place" said Kenneth Tsang at -year-old boy from Hong Kong China who is attending McMurry. Kenneth came to McMurry be- cause his cousin Victor Tsang who is a sophomore wrote home and told him how much he liked McMurry. A freshman Kenneth is major ing in math and taking 19 hours this semester. Last year he at- tended Hong Kong Technological College in China. Kenneth plans to attend McMurry three semes- ters and then transfer to another school to study architecture. Friendliness of the students was listed as surprising to Kenneth. He was very imp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 February 1957

PAGE 4 THE WAR WHOOP FEBRUARY 14. 1957 HK 9lBaBif ' tL .iKsiBBH BQlHk'ft BLkrBkrBkrBkrBBBk 'sbBJbBBb bbbb BvBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb pbbbbbbbbbjt bj HJHHR.:' '' 1-BBBBY 'l iby bbbbbbbbyP V yB ' 11 bBF -.'Jbbh bIkIIbbbbbbHbm Bh IBBVp JBBBHthBBBBBBBflHl K xB7 "ujBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBj GLOVES WINNER Jimmy Baldwin. 202-pound tophomort from Seymour bailies it out with John Phillips just before his decision over the ACC student to win the heavyweight division in the Novice class in the Abilene Golden Gloves. (Photo courtsey Abilene Reporter- News). Baldwin Boyd Win Tides In Abilene Golden Gloves Three McMurry students en- The division championship fell tered in the regional Golden to Baldwin in the finals as a re- Gloves and brought two cham- pionship trophies back to the Reservation as mementos of their efforts. Jimmy Baldwin won the heavy- weight division in the Novice class and James Boyd won the light-heavy division in the Novice class. Roger Cook McMurry's third entrant lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 February 1957

Ffltt'Bt The War Whoop VOL. 34 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS. FEBRUARY 21. 1957 NO. 18 i4SJ aaBBBBaaaaaBW V9iBBaaaaaaBBHiAV M MaKBBBiBBBCBHkiBBBBBBBBBBBVBflBBV l ''attBSBBwBBBVRBBBBBBBPBCil. .Be LBBKp'l'BBBBBBfe- BBBBBar V HPVHPJHVRBpilHiyaBHll1111 At PKUnt JtU UBMRYOr VIcMURRY COLLEGl ABa&NE TEXAS Rankin Assumes Dorm Dad Duties "THE WORLD'S FINEST" The Unittd Staltt Navy Band will apptar in malinM and availing concerts in Radford Auditorium March 22. Dirtciad by Commander Charlai Brandler. iha band it being brought to Abilana by tha McMurry Collega Indian Band. U. S. Navy Band to Play In Radford March 22 The United States Navy Band will give two concerts in Radford Auditorium March 22 according to Raymond T. Bynum director of the McMurry Indian Band. The band will appear in both matinee and evening concerts with the first primarily aimed at students. Directed by Commander Charles Brendler the band is composed of approximately one hundred individual artists each of whom could ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 February 1957

PAGE t THE WAR WHOOP FEBRUARY 31. 1IS7 Wc just got back from a func- tion which although not pre- sented primarily for entertain- ment had its; moments of comedy. The person who brought forth most of the laughs of the evening did so unintentionally and with- out his even realizing he was do- ing it. The majority of the cast did not speak at all and those who did speak meant for their words to be heard by the other cast members only that is all but this one character. He was more of an extra since the people came to see the others in the cast and expected to pay no attention to him and vice versa. He took his job seriously however and from the beginning the audience heard much from him. In no uncertain tone of voice he kept the audience informed of anything out of the ordinary. In fact he rivaled the accompanying musicians cs to who could make a louder sound. When he said something every- one knew it. We would venture to say that even those in neigh- boring buildings kept up with the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 February 1957

FEBRUARY 21 1957 THE WAR WHOOP PAGE J cJjr. Aoe (csuilian peanA -JH Arnnuat U- V USanauet Dr. Joe Quillian of Perkins School of Theology SMU was speaker for the Forum-Volunteers banquet at Mack Eplon's Cafeteria Friday night. The Dal- las religion professor spoke on "The Fellowship of the Calling." Forum president Rodney Wil- liams Sweetwater senior acted as master of ceremonies for the affair. The invocation was given by Forum sponsor Dr. George Steinman chairman of McMurry's religion department; and the benediction by Dr. Lloyd Huff Volunteers sponsor and head of the English department. Peggy Campbell Lamcsa senior played several selections on the vibra- harp. Decorations followed the theme of two February holidays Washington's and Lincoln's birth days. A large shield of stars and stripes bearing the picture of the two famous presidents was made by Dr. Steinman and mounted behind the head table. Williams and Volunteers presi- dent Joy Casscaux Abilene jun- ior appointed committees...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 February 1957

THE WAR WHOOP FEBRUARY 81. 1M7 Winn Sparks Tribe Over Cards. 73-66 Scalp the Wildcats PAOE 4 jIkShIa-' Lmaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawi KNOW YOUR INDIANS Thraa of the McMurry baskatball taam art Erie Loonay. Gaorga Batnalt. and Quanton Rhodat. Loonay. junior Odaiia guard lattarad in baskatball and won all-confaranca hon- or! at Tarlaton Junior Collaga bafora translating laat fall. Barnatt. frathman Abllana cantar lattarad at Abiltna High School and plays both frathman and vanity ball. Rhodai. frathman Whitafaca can- ter lattarad thraa yaart and captalnad hit taam in high school. Ha it a ttarter on tht frathman ttam. (Photot by Richard Hamrick). Free Throws Help Pioneers 63 - 57 Two free throws by Wayland College's Frankie LcGrangc with 11 points remaining in the ball game added the final two points to a six-point margin which downed the McMurry Indians last Saturday night 63-57. McMurry's terrific tight zone 401 Mb Bttaat Mfiati RaatiiA JaaatAaaU' aragN Btura fwawaa'i NOW! amazing new dry cle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 February 1957

The War Whoop WILLSON LECTURES MARCH 5-8 AT RADFORD VOL. 34 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE TEXAS. FEBRUARY 31. 1SS7 MO. II 12th Willson Lectures To Begin KV.Aj '.';' ' NEW BUILDING TO BE DEDICATED Pictured above it McMurry College's new classroom building which will bt formally open -C and dodicatad at 4 p. m. Tuasday during Willson Lecturas Waak. Tha building will ba named tha Harold G. Cooke Building of Liberal Arts in honor of McMurry's president. The new academic building which cost $374000 exclusive of architect's fees and furnishings has been in use by McMurry students since Jan. 29. (Photo by Richard Hamrick). Building Dedication Set For March Fifth McMurry College's new $374000 classroom building will be for- mally opened and dedicated to President Harold G. Cooke Tues- day March 5 first day of the Willson Lectures. The new structure which was completed just in time for the McMurry student body and fac- ulty to begin using it at the start of the spring term Jan. 29 is to be named ...

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