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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 February 1957

THE WAR WHOOP FEBRUARY 31. 1157 PAOK t JU8 emoriam A Praytr for a Fritnd Almighty God thou art our Heavenly Father; thou art a God of love a God of a Peace that passes all understanding a God of strength and a God of comfort. We thank thee O Father for these thy blessings which thou hast so bountifully bestowed upon us. As we come to pay ti ibute to our beloved fellow student his family and his friends we most of all realize that among the most important things in life arc our friends and their friendship. As we walk down the pathways of life we meet many friends and make various acquaintances. We have friends who we know never say a harsh word about anybody. We find people whose hearts are much bigger and warmer than we ever expected could be possible. We see our different friends who have shoulders broader than they look. Some have a helping hand that is extended before it was even requested. O Lord we find our loved ones who stand taller than usual because they have been filled w...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 February 1957

FEBRUARY 21 IIS7 THE WAR WHOOP PAGE) JWcWtUUcSu.eetL t ear KJ cJLuAia dowdcn Lrowne I aV 1 Bafc aflaaW . . jJM M KM B &HBaaaaaBLL H bbbbbbWK.A aV -.bbbH ' bbbbbbbbbbbbB bbLbbLBLbw Lw Tbmbb bbLbbbbbbLI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbwST bbbbbbblbbbbbbbbbbbbh bbbbbbbbbbbbbbLmTk jLLbHJbLbbbbbbbbLI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV' t ibfbtBbtBbbBbbtBbtBbtBbtBbtBbbtBj ROSES FOR SWEETHEART O'Lysla Bowdan. Hart tophomore wai honored Friday night a Mc- Murry't Athletic Sweetheart. Picturad with har ara altarnata football captain Charlia Davit (laft) and captain Tommy Watkini. (Staff Photo by Richard Hamriek). O'Lysin Bowden sophomore from Hnrt was crowned McMur- r athletic sweetheart at the an- nual All-School Athletic Banquet Ft idnv night in Iris Graham Din- inK Hall Runnel s-up fot the honor were Hollis Hnvnes Stamford sopho- moie Doiothy Kino Throckmor- ton junint and Mis Wilma Rey- nolds Coloiado City junioi Miss Bowden daughter of Mr and Mrs E H Bowden gradu- ated fiom Unit High School in 1"55 She was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 February 1957

AOE 4 THE WAR WHOOP FEBRUARY 31. 1IS7 McMurry Cagers To Play In Mexico City MU Trwjwfht 95-77 In Final Homt Ckith Midwestern caught McMurry's Indians with their top scoring leader Clarence Winn sidelined with a sprained ankle Monday night in McMurry Gym and downed the Tribe 95-77 in the final home-court game of the sea- son. The loss was No. 16 for Stan Burnham's Braver against nine victoiics. McMuiry's ninth win was a 07-00 dcecision against Cnmp Wolters. Saturday night. Jerry Turner was the McMurry scoring leader with 16 followed by Tommy Boyd with 15 Bud Shclton with 14 and Bobby Wil- liams with 12. Carl Anderson who replaced the injured Winn in the starting lineup meshed 11 points and plnjed a fine defensive game for the Redskins. Midwestern outshot the Indians 42.5 per cent to 32 aided by a sizzling 54 per cent in the final half. McMurry out-rebounded the visitors 46-42. The Bex MidwMttrn (15) (Klrlil QonlB Free Tin cm h Tutiil I'olntH): lno 4-5-1S; l.nxkiiwlt B-3-15; Hhenrmlrc...

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

The War WhooD VOL. 94 McMURRY COLLEGE ABILENE. TEXAS MARCH 7. 1IM NO. SO Dr. Cooke Honored As New Building Opens; Dedication Held Tuesday McMurry President Harold G. Cooke was honored Tuesday afternoon in special ceremonies dedicating the new $400000 class- room building and naming it in his honor. The new building in which the first classes were held at the be- ginning of this semester is named the Harold G. Cooke Building of Liberal Arts. Formal opening ceremonies fol- lowed adjournment of the annual meeting of the McMurry board of trustees at 4 p m. Tuesday. Dr. Gordon R. Dennett executive vice-president of the college pre- sented a plaque honoring Dr. Cooke. Portraits of Dr. and Mrs. Cooke were also presented at the cere- mony and were hung in the main hall of the building. A dedication dinner in Iris Graham Memorial Dining Hall was held at 5:30 p. m. for Mc- Murry trustees faculty adminis- tration and guests from the entire Southwest area. Dr. John O. Gross who has been on the ...

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

PKCtt THE WAR WHOOP March 7. 1187 a little legend NOW IT CAME TO PASS that when the Youth had been for a time at the Place of Learning he was approached by a group of those whom he thought to be Wise Ones. They came saying "O Youth come and make merry with us. We will have a good time together and you will have a good time yourself and by learning our rules you can play the game better." AND SO IT WAS that the Youth began to make merry with those Wise Ones whom he thought he had chosen but who really had chosen him. And as the days wore on he was assailed with doubts. "WHY OH WHY do I do it?" he asked of himself. The Wise Ones said that we would make merry together and in- stead they make merry when I am not; and I must make as if merry when I feel not at all merry. Why oh why?" AND ONE OF THE KINDER WISE ONES drawing him aside said "O Youth we only asked you to make merry with us: and you were not unwilling. Nothing was said about anyone's mood; nothing was said about everyone's be...

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

March 7 1IS7 IMS WAR WHOOP PAOI J VVlc Vlllurru Women J ClubA lAJelc come Mill-'S'jKaJsisiiiw'' mmm Mx - jMiMBlKI:' BHBHBHBHBHBHHF" jBBBBk BjBBf H8Ts BBB' Bm. I BBBBBIBBBBBBF' BBBMBkHBEL "dBH o bbbbbbbbYP TaBTaBBB 1bW! BBBBBBBBBBBBHk " BBBMii. IStv1 " 'tBBBBm .bvJbpJBBIhL " ' 4BBmBBBBl IW mH bbbbFtibjb BB7.aflBBBBBBBBBBl BBBBBBBBBBBB BBBlBI MR. J. M. WILLSON MRS. J. M. WILL80N . . . $25000 Endowmtnt Donon 2ror JrcleJ of iw (arch "Beware the Ides of March !" . . . "When in Rome do as the Romans do!" Although many McMurry stu- dents have never got past "amo amas amat" (I love you love ho loves) in their Latin studies the quotations in the first paragraph arc well enough known to all. They take on new significance however as the freshman class uses them to remind the Reserva- tion of their All-School Party which is to be held in Indian Gym at 7:30 p. m. Friday March 15. The theme of the party will re- main a secret until the guests arrive in keeping with tradition on the Reservation. H...

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

PAGE 4 THE WAR WHOOP March 7. 1IS7 1st I i 1 j ( i j ' 1 19S7 PAPOOSE SQUAD Pictured above are lhe Papooses. McMurry "B" batktteers. who flnUhad out thair taaion with a 3-12 racord. Coachad by BUI Alaxandar (knaaling). thty art (laft to right)- Owan Moblay and Waltar McCaulay Seymour; Gaorga Barnatt. Abilene Quanton Rhodai. Whlttfactj Qana Hargrove. Markalt Tarry O'Brlan. Lubbock; and Glenn Kreger. Hatkall. (Photo by Richard Hamrick). Stnatt Council Pass Chetrltader Bill The Student Senate and Stu- dent Council of McMurry College have unanimously passed a bill concerning the selection of cheer- leaders other than the head cheer- leader. The War Whoop here reprints the bill verbatim for your infor- mation: BE IT ENACTED BY THE STU- DENT GOVERNMENT OF Mc- MURRY COLLEGE THAT: The Cheerleaders other than the Head Cheerleader shall be chosen in the following manner: A. Persons wishing to hold the position of Assistant Cheerleader shall be required to try out be- fore a committee. This co...

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

FT ROME WAS NEVER LIKE THISI (or WAS it?) Slaves (kneeling) Derlene EUlion (loft) and Lii Hix (fight) Implort Keren Hopkins (seated) and Sana tor La Lamon to nmimbir tomorrow night's Frtsh- man All-School Party sat for 7s30 in Indian Oym. (Photo by Richard Hamrick). Navy Band to Concerts Here The United States Navy Band will play three concerts at Mc- Murry's Radford Memorial Audi- torium March 22 under the direction of Cmdr. Charles Brend- lor. The McMurry campus and Abi- lene is getting to be a familiar port of call for the navy bands- men who played here in 19S2 and again in 1055. Like the last two appearances the March 22 date is sponsored by the McMurry Indian Band. Raymond T. Bynum McMurry director said there will be a 2 p. m. matinee for out-of-town students; and a 3 p. m. matinee for Abilene students. Matinee tickets are 50 cents said Bynum and tickets for the 2 p. m. program must be ordered by mail. All seats will be reserved for the night concert said Bynum. Tickets may be...

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

THE WAR WHOOP Much 14 1187 PAGE I a little legend And it came to past tlmi tin Youth having been "t the Place of lifimiitiK lor nian.x risinjis ninl settings ol tlu sun hewn to form opinions ol liis own wit limit first nskinjr the Wise Ones their opinions. Thus it was that he himself bewail to biM'oine n Wise One. And the wiser the Youth lieeinue the more nearly aware he heeanie that l.onininjf is ery like a thorny rose at first it I .!l..l .!... .ml... ..Illltllkt fill tt llllllllt if lllll 11V lllll simmiis so iM-iiiii 11 111 nun "in- .tiiiin.i mi ...1 I lroeselosiT ami sees what pains he must suffer to pet the reward he henins to wonder whether the reward is after all really worthwhile. What the Youth did not realise was that his iiuestion outfit not hae been "Is the HKWAKO worthwhile" but"ls what I must do to aehiee the reward worthwhile in itself?" That is if the reward whieh I lirst had as my jroal is never reaehed will the experience of reaehinn toward that joal be of itself ...

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

March 14 1IS7 THE WAR WHOOP PAOCI Campus SC VOTE SLATED TUESDAY Petitions for McMurry College Student Council elections must be in to Mrs. Phil Chappcll or Peggy Campbell by 5 p. m. Friday according to Orland Gilbert Stu- dent Council president. A limit of $25 has been set on campaign expenses for the elec- tions. Student Council officers to be chosen arc president vice-presi dent secretary-treasurer head cheerleader and War Whoop cdi tor. The Academic Dean the Dean of Women and the Dean of Men arc advisory members. FINAL COPY SENT .FOR 1957 TOTEM Final copy for the Totem Mc- Murry yearbook has been sent to the publishers according to Jane Lackey and Donna Culwcll co- editors. According to contract the Ncwsfoto Publishing Co. of San Angclo is to deliver the books on or before Monday May 13. In a letter received Tuesday from Ncwsfoto Publishing Com pany the Totem editors were ad vised that the McMurry yearbooks will be delivered by May 6 a week earlier than the contract calls for and...

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

PAGE 4 THE WAR WHOOP March U. 1187 Sport McM Grldders Open Spring Training With 26 The 1957 wrsion of Spring Training was unveiled Monday as 20 Kiidiinn candidates took to the Indian Stadium tuif. Couch Tommy Ellis alonn with his assistants Elmo Cummins Stan ntunham Charles Fornes and Hobby Jack Pi ice greeted the 13 lettetmen 11 squadmen and two newcomers on the first of 18 woikouts of the .spimg .ses- sion LrttLimui leporting foi the first workout were Weldon Bre- vard Dillinger Tommy Paikei Ballinger Floyd W u t h r i c h Georgetown; Fred Schkade Albany; Robeit Baker Odessa. Wylie Wise Big Spring; Bill Gorman Baird; Ray Wilkeison Quanah Chailic Davis Stamford; James Boyd Hamlin; Ernie Davis Stamfoid; Jim Bnggs Abi- lene and Joe Dean Hamlin Squadmen among those leport- ing were Don Howard Meadow; Dan Smith Stamford; James Baldwin S e mour; Eugene Dieyer Ballingei. Weldon Ennis Colorado City; Gene Hargrove Mcrkel; Stan White Slaton; Jim Jackson Ham- ilton; and Don Flippin Colorado ...

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

MAk 1 1 HcMURRY COLLEflf KIIM DAVID BURROW . . . prMidtnt Burrow Smith The War W VOL. 94 "Claudia" Prtstnttd In Old Auditorium By McMurry Theatre McMurry theatregoers will be offered the three-act play "Claudia" tonight through Satur- day night as the Reservation's drama department presents its major spring production. Direc- tor for the play is Leonard Hart McMurry assistant professor of speech and drama. Curtain time is 8:15 p. m. in the Administration Building Audi- torium. McMurry students may be admitted on showing their ac- tivity tickets Hart said. Playing in the title role as Claudia is Alfred Rankin Mc- Murry graduate doing additional academic work this semester. Dur- ing her undergraduate days Miss Rankin received the Alpha Psi Omega dramatics fraternity award for the best actress of the year for her performance in "Harvey." During the summer of 1955 Miss Rankin was a member of the Plymouth Drama Festival Ply- mouth Mass. While on the Res- ervation prior to her graduation ...

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

AOEI THE WAR WHOOP March 11. 1117 e little legend AND IT CAME TO PAIS that the Youth being not overbusy with other things began to read the newspaper of the Place of Learning and he saw a headline which filled him with wonder- ment: BOARD VOTES EIGHT HONORARY DEGREES. Quoth the Youth "And what are these honorary degrees? And what must one do to receive one?" AND THE WISE ONES smiled and shook their heads in wonderment at his naivete. One said to him "O Youth have you been with us so long and yet not learned that there are ques- tions better left unasked? Do you know not that the people who are always hunting for new questions to ask must suffer the penalty of not feeling that they have all the answers?" Another Wise One tried to ex- plain "O Youth truly I say to you that the Place of Learning is indeed fortunate. She bestows many favors; therefore she must have many many friends indeed." BUT THE YOUTH PERSISTED "What of the HONOR? Why do McMurry Students Take Field Trip to Capitol G...

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

March 21. 1157 THE WAR WHOOP FAOCS MARNETTE BU8HELL . . . Fabruary i " BB'PSBHHHailllllr! jold oar Elects JfijuAnelt ZJkomad jiris of rtlontn Marnettc Bushcll Anson fresh- man was elected February Girl of the Month and Jerry Thomas freshmin from Rotan was elected Girl of the Month for March in elections held at Gold Star Dorm. Other candidates for the month of February were Gwen McMurry Levclland freshman; Ann Holt Hamlin junior; and Sue Walker Crane sophomore. Miss Bushcll a 1956 graduate of Anson High School is majoring in business. While in high school she was secretary of her class FHA President and a member of the band. She was also elected "Miss FHA." Others nominated for the month of March were Marsha Cockrell Hereford sophomore; Nancy Grif- fitts Plainview freshman; and Gladys Ponce senior from Lima Peru. Miss Thomas graduated from Rotan High School in 1956. In high school she was a member of the band chorus Spanish Club FHA FTA and Honor Society. She was elected vice-presid...

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

PAGE 4 THE WAR WHOOP Much 21. 1157 BfiotiU JlinU - erntU By CHARLES BOLINO Looking for a game to pass the time of day? One that Is as old as almost any still being played uni- versally? One that doesn't tax the very life out of you? Well if you happen to be in such a market give us an ear or an eye as might please you and take heed Tennis got its foothold a couple of centuries ago among yie nobil- ity of Europe and has had its ups and downs since then mostly due to governmental laws forbidding the game because of the excess gambling going on. Today tennis is recognized as an activity of world competition Next to the Olympic Games it is one of the leading international participation sports activities. Expenses of tennis can meet the most whimsical desires of any- body desiring to take to the court Rackets nic from mound $5 up Tennis balls can last the average playei two oi three outings So it isn't an expensive game in the long run Take a hint and join the many thousands of pei.sons ...

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

111' :A.A Ut ifflf WWJSg The War Whoop m Founder's Day VOL. 34 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS MARCH 28 19S7 NO. 23 April Fifth DBiSf LLLIPfiii JkkFikH f 1 F ill ' wfaA m I"". I I I LbHHbbbbBbbbbbbt HkkkkHB " lkB Indian Band to Leave Saturday For Spring Tour In Texas NM The Indian H md of McMurry i College under the direction of Prof. Raymond T. Bynum will i leave the Reservation Saturday on its annual spring tour which will j cover parts of West Texas and New Mexico this year. J Daytime appearances had not) yet been completely arranged for as the War Whoop went to press hut Uynum stated that they will 1 he located for convenient travel I between the evening perform-. ances. Evening appearances are set for Post; Tatum N. M.; Tula- losa N. M.; Artesia N. M; and Carlsbad N. M. On Sunday the band will pre- sent its "worship through music" program at the First Methodist Church of Post. On this pro- gram a mixed quartet will sing 'My God and I" and a trombone- cornet duet will play "The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 March 1957

PAGE a THE WAR WHOOP March 21. 1IS7 a little AND IT CAME TO PA88 that the Youth having been about the Place of Learning the appointed number of days came unto the time when it was expected of him that he be able to account for what he had done while he had been among the Wise Ones to say if he could just how much nearer if at all he himself was to becoming one of the Wise. And the Youth began to think in terms of "passing" and of "failing." And he cried aloud as well as to himself "Alas alack! Why must we be bothered with an accounting of passing or fail- ing? The important thing is that Deput ations Visit Snyde r El Paso McMurry Deputation Teams a project of the Christian Founda- tion of the college are sending out two groups of students this weekend to represent the college and to serve the churches which they will visit according to Roy Melugin Clovis sophomore who administers the program. One team led by McMurry English professor Dr. Lloyd D. Huff will visit the First Meth- odis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 March 1957

THE WAR WHOOP PAGE 3 March 21 1IS7 ZJrJ Crownd rt weeth eari TIP crowned Bobby Hayworth sweetheart for 1956-1957 in the club's annual sweetheart banquet Saturday March 23 in the Wind- sor Hotel ballroom. The theme of the banquet which was at- tended by approximately 60 couples was "Song of the South." Guests entered through a light- ed archway which was entwined with ivy and flowers. The tables were set in a Southern garden with rose-covered trellises behind the head table. White columns wrought - iron furniture and fences statues ivy moss and flowers carried out the theme. President Shirley Wheat crown- ed Hayworth as Sweetheart of TIP for 1956-1957. Hayworth is a senior from Big Spring major- ing in business and minoring in education. His activities at Mc- Murry include service on the In dian football team and as a sen- ior senator. The Gobbettcs presented the banquet program. Mimbers and escorts attending weir: O'Lysta Howden Hud Shclton: Klliabcth Drowning. Kin Lament: Joan llyr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 March 1957

PAGE 4 THE WAR WHOOP March 28. 1937 Sports Whites Take Reds 14 0 In Intrasquad Grid Tilt The McMuny College Whites stored twice in the first quarter and played a tight defensive game throughout to post a 14-0 victory in the second intrasquad game of spring football training Tues- day afternoon at Indian Stadium. John McCraiy graduating scn- ioi sparked the White attack with f)7 aids on 15 lushing efforts completed 10 of 21 passes for 129 yaids and punted three times for a 41 -yard average. Other Whiteshirts contributing to the victory were Jim Briggs with 25 yards on six carries; Ger- ald Combs 12 yards on 11 car- ries; Don Howard 7 yards on two runs: Dwayne Blair 2 yards on one carry; and Ezra Corley ti yards on a statue-of-Liberty play. Defensive stars were Tommy Watkins Corley Bill Houston Jim Henderson Gus Wilson Mc- Craiy and Briggs. Watkins caught four passes for tIK yards Howard snagged two for 14 and Briggs. Corley Combs and Houston caught one apiece. For the Redshirts fullb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 April 1957

The War Whoop r - April Fifth Founder's Day VOL. 34 McMUHRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS APRIL 4 1957 NO. 24 Special Activities To Be Featured In WUS Drive The 1957 fund-raising drive on the McMurrj campus for the World University Service April 9-12 will feature a special activity on each of the four days of the campaign according to Sherry West senior committee membei who is in charge of WUS public- ity. Tuesday April 9 an auction will be held in student assembly for the benefit of WUS Highest bidder will have a date with O'Lysia Bowdcn McMurry ath- letic sweetheart Wednesday April 10 a cake will be sold at a WUS-bencfit auc- tion in the McMuny dining hall Time set for the auction is 12 noon. Miss West stated that there will be a "penny mile" near the flag- pole In front of the Administra- tion Building after chapel for the special activity Thursday April 11. Friday will feature an event which was very populai in last yeai's drive she stated The special fund-raising device for April 12 ...

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