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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 14 April 1934

Saturday April 13 1934 McMURRY WAR WHOOP Page Three ER m CDADTC EH H jy m or UK tjj IE kP M A Power 0" Freshmen To Bolster Next Year's Football Squad SPRING TRAINING SHOWS Exceptionally Heavy Line To Be Feature Of Team - Spring training is now in full wing in the preparation for a uc- ctMfol pigskin campaign. Coach Medlar with his six assistants of' ficially opened the Spring campaign last Wednesday. There are many promising prospects for the com- ing varsity and competition will be very keen for every position. Coach Medley's six assistants are giving first hand information in both blocking and tackling and all other football tactics.. With Con- nie.' Jim and Smitty coaching the backfield there should be plenty of good material coming up. Amon Bob and Sloppy have taken over the jo of Coaching the lines. They are capable teachers of fast chang- ing linesmen and should be able to show the big husky candidates many tricks on the pigskin rou- tine. .- The first day of practice was aaft...

Publication Title: Mcmurry War Whoop
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 14 April 1934

Page Four McMURRY WAR WHOOP Saturday April 14 19M SOCIETY GLUB AFFAIRS CLASS FUNCTIONS ring Comes Kourid Ut Mar nages W And oociais DUTCH DINNER FOR SOPHS WEEK'S SOCIAL HIGHLIGHT Smartly Appointed Dutch Theme Carried Out (Pallor's noto: The sophs at-. tempted to wlth-hold this write up from our pnper; but since we have Die Information here goes while its news) The Sophomore ilau entertain- Pil last night with a Bala banquet nt the Federated Woman's Club Houfe on Seventh and Meander Street A very unique theme and program was cnrrled out. The entire hnnqucl centered nround n dutch theme. Menus were written in German. Tho pinto fnors consisted of little wooden shoes which served as nut cups at tho table. Following the Dutch custom. inch boy and girl payed for his or her own plate. A nice gathering of about sccnty per- sons wcie serxed Dutch Dinner. A cry Inti rested program insucd Dorothy Miilhcus read the sopho- more history before tho attentive audience. Mollis Scudder and Jntinitu P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 21 April 1934

SOPHOMORE EDITION M mzMuvty War Uijaaii jyoiUME. u ARIU7HR TFAAS.ATUPAyAPRH ?i .NO. 27 .f.it.vtnMKnthtur. .... tir .tifiv i i i 6 1A CHURCHES T. I. P. A. Convention To Assemble on ACC Campus Fowler Tclgu; Holt Arc' (jp QJ McMurry Delegates Texas Intcrcollcgiati Priss As sociatton delegates meets at Abi lenc Christian College in its an nual convention beginning Thms day April 2(1 Delegates from all members of th Association and also from those seeking entrance will be present McMurrj dele Kates will be Dons 1 ovvler Hjman Tcague J B Hot with Zoic Odon as uiicriiuic iii'icgati nusi m fleers who will diiect tin conven tion arc Trine Starnes president William Graj ice piesidmt and Leo McClung treasurer Registration and assignment of homes for the dclcgitcs begins at 8 o'clock Thursday evening in the gymnasium an infoimil gath enng will be held Chapel is to be attended bv the isitois on I ri A ranmlnv nml tmmrtfltati l nf terward a business meeting will be called A reception will honor t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 21 April 1934

KM m frage Two McMURttY WAR WHOOP Saturday April 21 1934 iflriflurrg fflar Mloop Student Publication of McMurry College Abilene TtJuu Member Tex Intercollegiate Pre A-aoclatlon Entered at second claaa matter at the Port Office at Abilene Texaa I doubt if they will be able to. Woodrow Ad- cock (sophomore) is the president of "The Young People of the North-West Confer- ence." This is about the highest position available and is an accomplishment that he has done in two years whic hhere-to-forc has required the ability of n four-year stu- dent. This "fish" class has some quite distingu-i ished singers among its midst. Those especi ally important were known to lead a choir HEAP BIG INDIAN . - any important were Known to lean a cnoir vw.aJN'S!9n Rto 150 ' 7S pev lerm 8orv'co lt Hnt "R" DM you noli that it isnt rr so? Advertising rates on application to the buMiwM manager properly ? HYMAN F. TEAGUE Editor-in-Chief Van Roberts - DoriB Powlcr Helen Yeats Features .. Columnists FLOYD MARSHALL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 21 April 1934

Saturday April 21 1934 McMURRY WAR WHOOP Page Three SPORTS 2i!iiSiSK2j25!tJBHr 3Hj'' Coach Medley Announces Football Schedule forMcMurry Indians OPENING GAME TO BE WITH TEXAS TECH ON SEPTEMBER 28 Sept 28 McMurry vs .Texas Tcck Oct 5 McMurry vs. Austin College Oct. 12 McMurry vs. Knst Texna S Oct. 20 McMurry vs. Hownttl Pnyne Nov 3 McMurry vs St. Kdwards Nov 10 McMurry vs. Dnnie IBaker Nov. lGMcMurry vs Southwestern Nov. ?9 McMurry vs. A.C.C. T. C. At Lubbock -Abilene .. Commerce Abilene .. Austin Brownwood Abilene Abiene Sport Squibs McMURRY TENNIS TEAM TO MEET TECH NEHERS TODAY With spring training running and they lost along smoothly and football inter- est rather high nothing more ap- propriate than to give you the 1834 football schedule as announced by Coach R. M. Medley. Coach Medley announced that the schedule was complete with the possible exception of September 21. An easy game may be scheduled however to get his warriors in shape for the Texas Tech gam and it might end up a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 21 April 1934

utms(&r Page Four McMURRY WAR WHOOP Saturday April 21 1934 fll ! ' it m ;;; SOCIETY CLUB AFFAIRS class l-r FUNCTIONS ! K IMJLMSIJflLBM I&4mk QmMSL TO HONOR GRADUATING SENIORS Has Dutch Dinner Takes The Junior were very this week because of the loin two bucks one of which went for the smart old seniors vllualn at the Inferiors and Quitters Supper. The other buck went for their own scrub. The social was held at the Woolen Ranch House Friday night j as the curfew tolled eight o'clock. MUSICAL COMEDY "PICKLES" GIVEN BY CHORAL CLUB Erae"JlIiSera! ss Play Hears Mexican Speak To Cross Plains! onor McMnrrv v-nM '"EWMsnrErwl: I HOME OWWKU m L&fflUiJ Hjawiw A) dutih theme made n very unl- "w w "" i Thc Lay Activity Members were iue sotting for the nnnual sopho- I guests of the Life Service Band more dinner held in the Wonmnsj "Key Note." senior play will be. Wednesday evening. Donald Wine- Fcderatod Club House on Friday' repeated April 27 under auspices' ngtr president of the Life...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 28 April 1934

.. ..j- iIf iHttrrg Iffar mtpmp Junior Edition voncnvrrTT Kxnnxtrnmi-jxn-wiCiOWirJ tL.. w.wi -Mm? mABTCmE;TECTmi5KT7imniri'4 m 1 1 ft ww-o. mMlkiv . w JPU NO. 28 ! 7-rf?Mrat - t-m Dedicated To Seniors 1 4 u ACC IS HOST TO YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEET OPENS iif ninnm unwiinivrcv nnmi ai riKM ratmuuiM inuKin REGISTRATION ON SATURDAY1 SESSION TO LAST McMuny Student THROUGH SUN. loses Car At "Last APRIL 29 I Round-Up" Banquet; McM Students Figure Prominently In Meeting The F rst Methodist Church here will be host Saturday ami Sunday.1 to young people of the Abilene Metodlst district who will convene for a o-eneral devotional and study program. An attendance of 2fi0 is I tmu-ImI. I Thc meeting will open at 8 p. m.1 after registration beginning at 5:30. Following the initial devo- tional led by Rev. Howard H Hoi. lowell a group of study conferen- ces will bo conducted by the follow- ing: Counselors Mrs T V. Touch stone; Presidents J'mmle Reeves; secretaries Clarence Walton; Wor- ship Dan Dodson; M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 28 April 1934

ilfc..a.ttirmimiii'!ixf McMURRY WAR WHOOP' Saturday April 28 1954 Page Two lA. took their chairs struggled triumphed; lived and died. They gave all they had to their work and in the end their work took them. Dr. Hunt and Dr. Marquis were the clos- est of friends and often appealed on the same program throughout Texas defending Christian ideals. They were as outstanding in our generation as the rugged gnarled hut lrno-lionrteil nld tmk that lias triumnhed in SI. 50 per year; .75 per term tjc storms where the weaker had fallen and ivzwii ci K?irtt''Sfu?!??r vi t rtiVi w7tfff v ' rt? 'v' that has come to replace those who fell. They devoted their life to the furthering of their ideals and died hecause their hearts weakened by years of unrelenting toil 1 could no longer keep pace with their ncver- ... Features ceasing ambitions. i Columnists ! We extend our sincerest sympathy to the students of N. T. S. S. T. C. in their sorrow knowing that in our hearts a kindred emu- tion has awakened...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 28 April 1934

. .-.(fc-i-' -. WMMMMmniL.: Saturday April 28 1934 McMURRY WAR WHOOP Page TKrce fA 1 I j WHITES TAKE FIRST GAME OF INTRA -SQUAD SERIES 13-0 .PARAMOUNT. ....NEWS.... Sport Squibs Reds Succumb In Best Minute Rally Of White Squad INDIAN TENNIS SQUAD STANDS FIFTY-FIFTY FOR THIS SEASON Since this column was so ablv tuken care of in the sophomore edition then is not much Iclt to sa except to repeat Bobb e's prt iliction that McMurrj will take the By tokint advantages of a ar-. jixl W(tic tne pnramoult Thia- Texas Conference crown next ea- ies of bleaks in the last quarters tre nrescnt program of ex Although we face the hardest the Whites pushed over two touch- ccptonai mcnt nd anety Head ' -schedule in the historv of the downs to beat the Reds 13-0( in iK t1L l!)t of tractions is "Tar- school we believe Coach Medley the first game of the intra-squad 7Hn an(j His jjntc on gundaj hs the ability to make a winning spring football seiies at McMurry jonij nni Tuesday Johnny team out of the wond...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 28 April 1934

n McMURRY WAR WHOOP Saturday April 28 1934 Page Four SOCIETY CLASS FUNCTIONS CLUB AFFAIRS j GRADUATING SEW HONORED BY JUNIORS "LAST ROUND-UP" BANQUET President O. P. Clark Delivers Principal Evening Address Tlic Junior lulil the lint r uml up f( 1 the S ninrs I rldaj night in thc modernistic room of llotil noli n Tin whole -oom was turned into i rorrul with sail His blnnktts uml bridles liniiKHiK fiom bnnadiinn banilki uhicfs in which wire larM ( II huspuboes mci i) (d with lunloi Sinior in Id ip Corn was nlso thr wn o i - thp ta- bic Small horse shoes wpre used for place cauls w th minintuie ' S branding imns fit fncis 'Tin IjihI Hounl Up pla 1 b rnt llln V llinnlil u Plw bt ril lm till guests found their places In the ... .i. i..i i. t ..... g I1TI11 UlllllUKI l l 'I 11 ' innnn Clark liii eol ir to tin occasion With Maek Howjer as Mnstei if Cirtriioiiies the piogram was flJit r tiorijr 01 Slim 1) id son ritih lit. Camp 1 meinnn Muck rj)p liraiuling linn 1Mb H ss Hob Uuhlin' the ll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 5 May 1934

4 . - &?ttinr lEfcttum 'VOLUME 11 ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 5 1934 NO 29 f . HARLESS IS ELECTED JULIA BOWYER HEAD WAH WAHTAYSEE FOR i THEJ934-1935 SCHOOL YEAR! OFTiCERS ARE TO BE OFFICE ANNOUNCES INSTALLED ON ADDITIONS TO l MAY 14th Membership of Corps To B- Limited To 33 Girls In a regular meeting held Mon-I a. r.ttrnnnn . a an fh Vh Wahtaysccs elected off cers for the x ear l.m ami 1935 Contrary to the preceding year the retu-ns were read before th meeting adjourned with Julia Bow yer being unanimous' elected to lead that group next year as pres ident of the organization t Other officers which also take part in the installat on service May' Uth and aid Miss Bowycr in di I reeling this gioup a-e Elsie Pearl Conch drum major Gerry alkcr secietuy tnasuier Dorothy Math- ews itpo tei Bith Watkins- par- liamentarian and Eleanor Anslcy pianist Thc offecis above were dieted to fill positions as set up b the revised constitution which is to go into effect thc first of next vear I The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 5 May 1934

.Page Twtf McMURRY WAR WHOOP Saturday May 5 1934 iflriflitrrg War fflfroog Sludcnt Publication of McMurrj College Abilene Texas McMnrry For 1940 HEAP BIG Member leans Intercollegiate Press Association I ntered ns second class matter at the Post Office at Abilene Texas Subscription Hntes SI SO per year 75 per term Advertising rates on application to the business manager HYMAN F TEAGUE tditorin Chief Van llolxnls Dom Fowlor Helen Yeats Features . Columnists FLOYD MARSHALL liuunrss Manager CI AUDE F. MYERS Assistant llusmess Manager RALPH UAMSUY Assistant Business Manager Sloppv Smith Dob Curry Anion Johnston Shorty Dctmhe Sports Beth Watkins Dorothy Matthews Mable Phillips SoiUty If ou could walk between foui 01 five . .. - nice buildings just getting Horn the dtugl ' f T f T7 T7 stole to the ad mitleung and look out towaiuiA P P J imi trvnm iHiuiii mm a.e iuiu w. ...; n 'if the oval wuc a sunken gitdeii and Mc- i Mum's foity .tcie campus was a solid lawn Iscatteied with bcaulitul llo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 5 May 1934

Saturday May 5 1934 McMURRY WAR WHOOP Page Three 1 y POOL AND BLACKBURN STAR AS WHITES DEFEAT REDS IN CLOSE OF SPRING TRAINING Christian Brian Mceks Davis and Daniels Play Fine Gam Spring training which hod last ed over a period of four weeks was brought to a close Tuesday afternoon with an intra squad game between the Reds and Whites The hitcs repeated their victo-j of last week and by the same score 11 to 0 However a better brand of football was d s penor .me play of the Whites do-' ""lidine tho issue A sensational punt return b Pool and a pass from the steady vided the scoring for the after-! noon Farlj in the second period Pool took one of Haless' punts deep in his own territory raced for the left sideline and then w versed his field to score a touch- down after an 85 yard run Black' burn failed in his attempt at goal a. i.no.!. nf () nnnnd half Blackburn inte.cepted one of Ha-loss' nasses deep in the Red territory and raced to the 20 jd line On the next plaj Pool back- edup to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 5 May 1934

jws. Page Four McMURRY WAR WHOOP Saturday May 5 1934 m SOCIETY CLUB AFFAIRS i L SENIORS ARE HONOR GUESTS FOR SOCIAL AFFAIRS CLASS FUNCTIONS ERO RECEPTION IS HELD IN HONOR OF SENIORS Tin Sigma In nih In Kn pn I I i in j itnt rntirtiimd the stu il nl I I hnnmlng tin mi mix r tlf UlLFtlli I duns with n M n I)i pirt) 1 in ? lnj inc.lt Mn 1st in the lulls of tin ilminisltnll n 1 ml line ltiml 1 1 f f rises in I i tt ir h line fl wirs sinul as filial ilt u nil! lis fir tin Mlting I torn n n ck will tl ( m mi r cmstx iluw tlmr f i turns nn I it ul them to tin r wl llic ciili unilil sane Kiit l)i 1 in 1 1 ullnh) nftir which a IiiiIpmiU'c if Ihi "im r I In) re lu in sal was kixcii 1 mini lus if tllO lllll) t tl i rl i if o in nun i !i of tl c scnii r i. tl Mill I'll Hips mis n wall I as tli miu i Sicmu 1 nni I 1 1 Kn i fix titi who lid tin crusts tu n I i ut i fill c 1V.1 if in ilirniitil in flrwirx fun wh ch p mrli was m r 1 1 t hnilino 1 1 1 n si 1 nl 1 1 i i f tl i ilul 1 atinii llith rn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 12 May 1934

Alumni l&ttum mzMmtu Wat Wanp !. VOLUME 11 ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 12 1934 NO 30 w EXES COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS NAMED; CALENDAR FILLED WITH VARIED ACTIVITIES BISHOPSlTHTOBENuinerous PRmClPAL SPEAKER Funciions Sla8ted FOR GRADUATION1 For Weeks Bishop 'Jrank Smith young est membt-of the College of Bish ons Southern Methodism has been announced as the principal vpeakei on the Commcneemen pio sram At the recent General Con ferenco at Jiukson he was named prcsdlng bishop oci the Texas North Texas and Oklahima Con fcrenccs 1U was given the title e D.alimi t. vi nri ntti uhi n thi Gono-al Conference convened at M 17 V 10 p m Pigeant Ihue were no at imoim us de New Mexico Mrs U I. Williams Dallng I At the Satnd Well at Ljmnasi-' bates but a desire to meet the Snder Speaking of. Bishop Smith Pres ' " challenge of the day characterized Bachelor of Arts candidates are ident Claik said He is one of the1 Mnj 18 22 1 innl ixnminations the meetings All minds seemed Chester (Kit) Ca.on Pampa m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 12 May 1934

r'f vt. 'H'-'wKmpi- -j Page Two McMURRY WAR WHOOP Saturday May 12 1934 fBrflhtrrB War jllfoflp Student Publication of McMurry College Abilene Texas McmW Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Kntcrcil ns fecund class matter at the Post Office at Abilene Texas Subscription Hairs .... 81.50 per year; .75 peMcriti Advertising rates on application to llio biisincsH manager "hyman f. teague Editor-in-Chief we haven't hoard front him since and goodness knows what he may bo doing now. 13.1. C: (looking pulled then disgusted) : 1 guess I'll say "was a traveling salesman1 when last heard of." This'll lie some1 War Whoop! (Moral: When you change your occupation (if any) address name or number in family please notify the Secretary of the Alumni Association. It may save us all some embarrassment!) I ALUMNI DIRECTORY "Two Down - Nine To Go" Van Roberts Doris Fowler Helen Yeats "coSSliS! For Future Gridsters FLOYD MARSHALL llusincss Manager CI.AUDK F.' MYERS Auhtant Busincu Manager RALPH UAMSKY ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 12 May 1934

Saturday May 12 1934 McMURRY WAR WHOOP Page Three -"WAH WAHS BAND PARADE IN ANSON! The Wah Wahtaysccs. uiitl the Band leave ill aftcmoun shortly after two o'clock fur n street pa rade and concert in Anson l lie Nt l)nil) iu.0Knlhic Magazine and Lions uiun nlul tnc women or- tic j'c ganiiations of the city are upon- Hiitoiy. soring mo Annual rcsuvni 01 I)iothy Mnthews Is costume :s:;r:nrd depression or no1 .paramount. picscntng the pageant members of the Thespian Dramatic Club speech classes mid private speech students under the direction of Mlsrt Caiollne. Couch arc working out the chants and dances using as their guide materials found in the DAN CUPID WORKS ON AS USUAL The Paramount Theatre rnnliii- lies to lie up to its promise ol a gieulcr Spiing Movie Season willi the presentation of next woekV exceptional program. Church weddings home wed Heading the lil of attractions .. V....-.1 diiiKs surprse weddings secret i i none other than IWnui hhearer Teaching Employs I Aln Leo Kindii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 12 May 1934

"".Sirzxffmf-z Page Four McMURRY VAR WHOOP Saturday May 12 1934 SOCIETY CLUB AFFAIRS J J-TT-iL CLASS FUNCTIONS j SENIORS HONOR FACULTY WITH INFORMAL PARTY Giving n party thnl has bunmi- v tradition of commencement month. seniors of McMurrv. College rntcrtnlncd faculty memlxrs then husbands and wives Tuesdnv cxe ning In the home nf Mr. and M-k .1. W. Clinch lldl .Sa.vlcs boulevard. A i lover pmgnim fintuimg nlnuu i.fmlilu unit lltrK(nt(-ll. 11M ti. r. .!..... f Hi.. i.vkhI. fm uliii.li nn nltinillxc Kcttinir f hpiIiuc flowers lmd been iir-nnndl. Drop blue laikujiiir. bright mimed pup- pies and ipieenV lace from tlio garden of Mrs. K. N. Compete. wen- aitistnnlly inraiigcd in bat- l. I- mi I IwiuU. Guests were greeted In the xim 1... Ml.. Mnl.li. IMiilliii. vchci presented the niHpoiisors. M ks Caroline Couih and Miss Willie Mac Christopher. Class officers and student li-nd-er wele piesented in one group: Hubert Curry snilo- uri'sidi nt; lleininn 11. Hill .1 1 .. Mre president; Willi....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 19 May 1934

Har Htjn0p VOLUME 11 ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 19 1934 NO. 31 PAGEANT CLIMAXES DRAMATIC YEAR MACK BOWYER 10 HEAD 7W ' l W.1? HUNDREDS TURNED AWAY mi u nriTiAhn nr innj mr miks vutuik rivacuu ncuuu ui ncsi ica$ -- men auuuitt w ism- a cbd h Chapel Hour Mack Bowycr of Anton will carry the present Junior clM through iU Senior year. !e i cmrryinc out the precedent et by Bob Curry by leading hla class tor the third year. He waa present- ed with the Senior strong box Thursday morning at Chapel hour. Joe Henry Wischkaemper.ioii;yv6jftcp extended an invitation to Phis Ftr Senior Breakfast Completed At the Faeulty-Senior reception' " hc " M. i Tuesday night Mr. H. O.l l'lle ? t "Singing Mayor of .. i. ... I AMiinf " lift minrtnnrvl ifrrtm Fourth In Series For Month studied By cbss FROM INDIAN PAGEANT Mr. R. H. Shepherd a former . .. r. t u. iiitn. un .. xt!-i.! vi T-o Violin infm. nnri niArw nu nun " "" ".- -.j innjur wi iiitiiiui una ivauk .----. - -... -- entertained the McMurry student o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — McMurry War Whoop — 19 May 1934

Saturday May 19 1934 Page Two McMURRY WAR WHOOP jflirifflurrg War Hlfonp Student Publication of McMurry College Abilene lexa Member Texas Intercollegiate Prr Association j Students help make many new acquaint-. i nncus.. Generally the juniors or seniors nom I tlw. nmm ni-nmlnnnl Positions ntld thllS pf0- I pare tliemsclvcs for coming In contact with I people. The president of the Student's Associa tion has many varied and difficult tasks it we did not have this Association who would make responses to such speeches as akx s ci t... II rn .. . 7; nr-frrni alter 110 DaSKCWHlll neitHOil uiunv-u t y u SrplonlUtM....l.oOPerye.r.75pe.tern. ndcqU(inlcy KiVe greetings at our Advertising rale on application to I homecomings and other activities at which the business manager 'many visitors and exes are present? The War Whoop and the Totem are both results of the student choices in the types of pper Entered a second clasa matter at the Pot Office at Abilene Texas HYMAN F. TEAGUE Editor-in-Chief...

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