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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 April 1957

THE WAR WHOOP April 4. 1957 PAGE 2 ei little And ii camo lo pass that hav- ing been within the gates of the Place of Learning for a time suf- ficient that hi xnew by sight and reputation most of the inhabitants thereof the Youth began to pon- dei certain questions: "Why are we hero? Why am I heie? Why iim I lieieV" And ho began lo sock the ans- wcis fiom those who weie older and lie supposed wiser. One "Wise One" teplied "O Youth we in i heie lo seek an education in a Chiislian on vii eminent." 'fins left the youth unsatisfied although he too had lead the catalogue of the Plate of Learning Anothtr "Wise One" leplied somewhat moio honestly "O Youth we aie heie because it is close lo home and our paients wanted to have us attend to our 'learning' heie." Still the Youth was not satisfied wholly. Still another Wiso Ono said to the Youth when he asked "O Humphrey Gives Info On McM Grade Points McMuny Academic Dean Joe C Ilumphiey last week leleased a statement concerning the cal- culatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 4 April 1957

April 4. 1957 THE WAR WHOOP PAGE 3 -ah Lreeh cJLalie Jsd Spring -llc yrd Ljamina Stigma rrodtd f-i Gamma Sigma Social Club held its annual spring picnic Friday March 29 at Klinkcr Club Cabin on Oak Creek Lake. The girls and their dates were served char- coal broiled hamburgers. Following the meal a program given by the pledges and folk games were enjoyed by every- one. Members and their dates pres- ent were: Margaret Scaly Roy Phillips; Sherry West Don Dickey; Lavcta French Bob Ab- bott; Charlotte Wheeler Tom Thacker; Terry Capps Don Davis; Dorothy King Wayne Tincr; Bar- bara J. Wilson Reggie Powell; Joan Harris Dane Clark. Joann Kilhngsworth Basil Foy; Elinore Cutting Lynn South; Wtl- icnic ma and Jerry Reynolds; Margaret and Stanley White; Betty John- son Alton Kyte. Betty and James Bass Ann Bynum Willis Giddens; Barbara A. Wilson; Miss Johnston; Miss Myatt and Dude My.itt. Pledges and their guests in- cluded. Kay Beasley Jimmy Arnold; Ann Capps Nick Nabours; Kay Kmnard Buddy Bynu...

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

PAGE 4 THE WAR WHOOP April 4. 19S7 Spaitl otfUiid - QawliUf By CHARLES fw'irr"";11" "'"; -mwmiiWj.i xAjcl 'v$Ss BOWLING Jim Cribbs Paducah bowls while Sandra Cross An- son waits her turn to try out the newly-reopened bowling lanes at Radford SLC. (Photo by Richard Hamrick). (Hporln l'illli.r' Nnlri Thl in numher Ihrrr in wrlni of nil. whirl) In itrdltatrd lit the purpnx- n f Klilim Ihr uluilrnlii of MrMurr? irw uKnrtltn for lr-cur-rirular .fll.llliK In Ihr Nrlil i.r miiirln of vMrh Ihr uluilrnlii may takr advanlaur iurniK Ihr mirliiK wrrkii hrrr In Ihr AM- "Hello spoits fan! How is the weather outside? Dusty? Rain- inn? Let's meet over at Radford in about 10 minutes and try out the repaiied bowling lanes Okay?" Tins is a fellow who enjoys a sport with skill stamina and a (rent deal of consistency. The coveted teim "Slnke" helps in the 'inul stole but is limited to the consistency of the player in the number of pins clowned on the next no mound. Little is to be named by getting a str...

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

Focus Week Set to Close Focus Week activities will be concluded tonight at 7:30 in Rad- ford social hall when Weldon Crowley speaks on "Where To From Here?" Crowley Is the last of five student speakers carrying out the general theme of "The Student Asks." According to Keith Wiseman president of the McMurry Re- ligion Council this year's activi- ties have emphasized better co- ordination between the speakers a closer relation between the gen- eral topic and the particular topics and the focusing of atten- tion on student problems The Focus Week sessions are a modifi- cation of what has been called in the past the "McMurry Student Revival." Wiseman opened the week on Monday night with the theme "Why Christianity?" He em- phasized three points: Live well study well and pray well for a better Christian life. Following Wiseman Peggy Campbell on Tuesday night urged that "Service is not sacrifice; it The War Whoop VOL. 34 McMURRY McM Student Senate Voting Slated for Tuesday April. 16 Senat...

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

PAGE 2 THE WAH WHOOP April 11. 1957 et little And il camo to pats that the Youth being human met with things even in the shelter of the Place of Learning which made him fearful And he cried "O woe' Is there no answer? One d.iy my friend is and the next he it not and one day one whom I knew to be truly i Wise One w.is and the next d.iy was not He- hold it is .i mystery and I fiar it" And iho other youths having much the same fuling came to him and said "O Fellow-youth we know whuiof you ask and nuthei do we know the answers We have heaid those would-be-Wise Ones who have said 'This is one of life's unanswerables' 'Thtie is ieal no death' And lo we too aie yet unsatisfied" At this a youth on the edge of the gioup said "I have a thought .ind it is a hard one but I believe it It is not unlike the doggerel eouplet "I'll die just like my dog "Miss Chris--- (Continued from Page Ij ing council of the 'lexas Confer- ence of College Teachers of Eng- lish Misr Chnstopher was a member of the Ce...

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

April 11. 1SS7 THE WAR WHOOP PAGS 3 HMHPT ..s NiV- &?'ijjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjK BELLS TO REMEMBER Ross Dunn. Nelda Dunn. Ruby Jo Bixlcr. and Edmond Lewis (1. to r.) are seated in a garden scone depict- ing "Wedding Belli" at the Alpha Pi Alpha banquet April 6. rlijiiafuripna Jjreatured dwells Alpha Pi Alpha Social Club entertained their guests with a ''Bells to Remember" theme April 6 as the group celebrated its an- nual spring banquet in the parish house of the Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest. The theme based on the idea of the bells that ring on memor- able occasions in people's lives was carried out in decorations as school bells chuuli belli Chnst- mas bells Easter bells and wed- ding bells. The club's pledges presented a program for the guests and mem- bers and various forms of recrea- tion followed. Jj o c i a I By CAROLYN JONES Easter holidays aie on their way and most of the McMurry stu- dents will be going home for the last time before school is out. With ...

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

PAGE 4 THE WAR WHOOP April 11. 1957 ABILENE'S THATAWAY says George Ellis (r.) as he points into Fronch Don Whisenhunt and Charlotte Wheeler. (Staff Photo by Bfiaitl tJliriU - Mo-untain GUsnlUttXf ISlirt Killliir'a Note: ThU l unmix r four In ii . rl. m if 1.1 mii which U lill- mini lii the iurHiH if KlviiiK tin- utiiilrnU of MrMurry mum- miKKiiitliinn fur oxlni. rurrlruliir iirtlvitli-a In tin- I U 1.1 of miorta if which tin- MinlMita may Ink.- niUmitiiicc lurlnK tin- mirlUK wi.kn In rr In the Alii- It m- Fol'1 like a lot of fresh air and exercise"' Want a look at the out-of-doois once in a while? Well this week we have a little clif- fnM)t "-HiStl'-tion to make. Try this activity called hiking for cx- Traveler's At last count Cocn-Lolu w .. 3 in more than 100 countries nrounu me world. This nows may not rock you right now. But if you over get thirsty in Mozambique you may appreciate tho chango from goat's milk. Bottled undr authority of TEXAS COCA-COLA Phone OR 2-3232 By CHARLES BO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 April 1957

EJHttY(iF m. 3 The War Whoop VOL. 34 McMURHY COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 25 1957 HERE'S CHI OMICRON Members of the newest men's social club on tho Reservation arc (loft to right) first row: Victor Tsang Don Dennis Robbie Foster Don Kidd Honry Young Paul Carrow Ed die Henry. Second row: Jim Tingle Jerry Barrett Mickey Ready; Elmon Higgs Melvin Pollock Bryan Tatum Homer Payne J. Weldon Mooro. Not pictured are sponsoring professors Charlos Morgan and Leonard Hart. (Staff photo by Richurd Hamrick). New Social Organization Launched; Chi Omicron is Fifth Club for Men McM Students to Fill Senate Posts for "58 McMUrryta senior; jiiiiimi audi Slliss (Cinutiur. nilumuntnry edu- sophomoro cliissi's- flirr HlffiT-'Bifij mtlmn minjnr ffroni IPlnmview hns elected their rojrosontJittv.typ ttp tliu Student) Sunmu. 1111 aunuius wide voting Hi'llll Ajrill 111 wttth runoff votes thliem Aprill Iff! In tliu senior o!hf.f) tllerc waif nu nice nltliimnlti tliu Hjillhtt Unit! on it five ilium's ffiir tliie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 April 1957

THE WAR WHOOP Thunday Apil 25 1957 Qkai With Gh&iUe. By BOLING l& BOBBY DHIVER . . . Knox City Texas Indiana TERRY GRAY . . . Peru Indiana BILLY RAY SNOWDEN . . . Georgetown ur More Basketballers Plan Play Indian Ball in 1958 .imes have boon wing list of high II players who plan to enroll at in the fall. c ts include two high school r Indiana aces. Driver 0-3 ity; Billy Ray from Gcorge- ii-4 forward Tom Brown iico Ind. basketball four have cm oil at ints in 53 iring the average t the re- aged 29 io most e all- vears learn and last 'iBh 21 IT m 10 president of the student body at Peru Hifih School. Brown a four-year basketball letterman at Mexico (Indiana) High School averaged 18.7 points pei game in 20 outings last sea- son. He was named to the all- county team and received honor- able mention for the all-section team of his state. Biown also lettered four years in baseball and two in track. Coach Burnham previously an- nounced that Robert DuBois of Macy High School Indiana ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 May 1957

Uottwu ir The War Whoop ALL - SCHOOL PICNIC MAY SEVENTH VOL. 34 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE TEXAS MAY 2. 1957 NO. 27 PICNIC PLANNERS Six McMunians all members-elect of next year's student association look over the situation at Abilene State Park where McMurry's all-school picnic will be held Tuesday. The pic- nic planners and tho offices they'll hold next year aro (from left) Wayne Tiner head cheerleader; Frank Lano sophomoro representative; Richard Cook senior representative; Jane Johnson secretary- treasurer; David Burrow president; and Donnie Campbell junior representative (Not pictured is Dan Smith vice-president). (Photo by Dan Creson War Whoop editor-elect). McMurry State Office Richard Cook McMurry junior from Shamrock was elected stale parliamentarian for the Texas In- tercollegiate Press Association at the group's annual convention held at Odessa Junior College April 26-27. In the TIPA-spon-sored competition McMurry pub- lications and staff members pulled down five awards in s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 May 1957

PAGE 2 THE WAR WHOOP Thursday May 2. 1957 Motet From a Now Editor New Job Arrives With the Coming of Spring Sudden gay laughter of mixed voices gentle lilting breezes and wistful restless moods all an- nounce to a sleepy world that spring is ncrc Spring is certainly here and with it my first attempt at editing a college paper There have been some mix ups this wccK and I Busy Cditoriuld Amenta's numbor-qnc pastime is it baseball or gossip? Pei haps it is an illusion but the metallic clack-clack of busy voices cartying tales seems to grow louder each year on college campuses If it is an illusion it is a terrifying one as any eager seduc- tive destroyer would be If it is a reality it is even more ter- rible for the damage it may do is irreparable and inexcusable How often one hears the whispered warning "I shouldn't be saying tins but Now be sure and don't tell anyone eles ' Malheiousness is not the greater portion of gossip but misconceptions and falacious implications are an integral...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 May 1957

THE WAR WHOOP PAGE 3 J(ia6 Wed at "Wlonl Carlo" Thursday May 2 1957 Wr- ' -Atiinual Spring tSanquel roi Members of Kiva social club guests and exes gathered at the Wootrn Hotel Satuiday night to absorb the exciting and romantic atmosphere that people the world over have experienced at the lux- ui .ous casino and meeting place of the elite "Monte Carlo" The guests cnteied a corridor above which was a blinking blue and white sign welcoming all to the "Monte Cailo" The conidor led into a patio at one end of the banquet room Angel hair clouds and glittering stars being pro- nounced by soft blue floodlights sugtestcd a romantic atmosphcie In the ccntei was a fountain filled with diy ice and a blue light shining through a transparent bot- tom giving a misty effect Sur- lounding the fountain were wrought non benches upon a floor of artificial grass At one end of the patio people were lured by a sign entitled "Casino " The guests were usher- ed into a room similar to the original intei nati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 2 May 1957

Thursday May 2 1957 Sfiabtd Jlinti - SutimmitMj By CHARLES BOLING THE WAR WHOOP jmWmmmmm. -jjr'&t. f By CHARLES BOLING (Mp.iitK IMIInrn Nun TIiIh Ih mine Imi flw In ii xirlm nf nix articles ilnlliiiliil In Ihi nuiU'iKi- r ultliiit Hit Htlllll IIIK Of !l Mill I HIIIIH nllk'Kl HllllllH fill I Xllll-f llllll lll.'ll UltlVltllB III 111' riiM if xpoilx if wlil h Ihi xlllililllH lllll lllkl lllHlllltllKI lIlllllIU tin xirlllK unkH Inn III Ihi AlilUm nun) Kvcry year about this time mound May Day a now realm of life uimes to the Abilene urea Yes Sir the woild takes on a new i leak or shall we say Hives it up for ttie freedom of feeling the swirlin;! movement of the lake and swimming pool wateis le- nitive the ciampcd and stale feel- ing of winter and early spring- It's to the swimming pools for the youth who like the active free life of the watei and the out-ut-doois life th it attompanys it Time .tie several pools in the Abilene aiea to whith MeMur- iians can icgioup for relaxation mid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 May 1957

UBRARYOF McMURRY COaEGE MAY 0 I '57 MAY 1 0-57 AWLENE TEWS The War Whoop FINAL I S SjU E FINAL ISSUE VOL. 34 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE TEXAS MAY 9 1957 Baccalaureate Commencement Speakers Named; Exercises Slated for May 26-27 A McMurry College giaduatc will ict urn to the Reservation as commencement speaker this year according to Dr. Joe C. Humphrey academic dean of the college. The commencement speaker for the May 27 exercises will be Dr. Dan W. Dodson director of the Center for Human Relations and Com- munity Studies at New York Uni- veisity's School of Education Baccalaureate speaker is to be the Rev. Durwood Fleming pastor of St. Luke's Methodist Church Houston This year's top graduate is Carolyn Teaff Mcikel. Wayne Smith Munday is the top-ranking male student Both will receive their degrees summa cum laude. Di. Humphrey stated that the baccalauicatc is to be held or. Sunday evening May 2G at 0 00 p m in the Radford Memorial Auditouum; and that commence- ment exercises will be he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 May 1957

PAGE i THE WAR WHOOP Thursday. May 9 1957 Bk little legend And it camo to pass that the Youth came unto the time when hn know for n fact that he had not many more days to remain within the ivy-unclad walls of the Plate of Learning and lie said to himself "O Joy' What freedom will be mine' I .shall sleep 'til eight nnd not study late and have a woruleiful time!" "No more" he continued" No more will I wonder what to do for now that I have accomplished the lequiicd number of weeks heie I have become wise enough that I need not bother more with I-oii ninj; it is for this place College Gives Plaque To Honor Late Prof A bionzo mtmonal plaque honoi mg the memory of the late I)i Joseph K Hoemer foi mer Mc- Muny College piofe.ssor of educa- tion was presented at a McMuny faculty meeting April 1G in Rad- foid Memonal Student Life Cen- ter Hi II mild G Cooke piesident unveiled the plaque on the wall of the Itadford faculty lounge aflei delivering a memorial ad- diess to the faculty houonng Dr....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 May 1957

Thursday May 9. 1957 THE WAR WHOOP PAGE 3 Jsniffliti of lie rsoiiml Uablc THIS IS THE SWOHD says Ko San Oram: Sovereign-elect Don Yarbrough (r.) io the club sweetheart Margaret Millkien. Legend has it thai long ago the sword was thrust into the rock and that it cannot be withdrawn save by the "right" man. swirn lUeeh rcliuitled JJuedclau The junior class took top honors at the McMurry All-School Picnic held May 8 at Abilene State Park according to David Burrow stu- dent association president-elect. Baseball and volleyball tourna- ments were the morning high- highlights of the all-day affair. Each class entered teams in boys' baseball girls' baseball and mixed volleyball The finals were played at 11.00 a m The boys' baseball the senior class took first place. The junior guls beat the sophomore girls to lake fiibt place in girls' baseball and the junior volleyball team downed the senior six in the finals. Lunch was seied at 12 00 and was followed bv a talent show In the judging Gamma ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 9 May 1957

THE WAH WHOOP Thursday May 9 1957 Sports Reservation Roundup PA6 4 Indians Won Some; Some Dy CHARLES BOLING War Whoop Sporls Editor Undct .in entirely now toath- ing .stnff for this year the Mc- Muiry athletic season draws to a close with the school term. The l!).p)fi-57 eason though marked at times by lack of a goal other than winning due to no ton- fei elite mombotship was a good year for the Reservation. Abilene Christian dropped the Tribe in then fir.st gudiion battle of ycai 20-23 nftei trailing 23-7 during the third quarter. Coupl- ing u sttong giound game with a diverting aerial game the Wild- tats wore the Indians down and squeaked by the final gun on top in the stoung column The next week found the Red- skins journeying to the Texas plains and Canyon to tangle with the powerful Buffalo held of West Texas State. The Herd stampeded and outian the Indians 33-7 torn- pletely overpowering the Indian wan ioi s in their searth foi Buf- falo. A field gojl booted early in the fust q...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 September 1957

The War Whoop WELCOME FRESHMEN BEAT THE BUFFALOES VOL. 35 McMURRY COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SEPT. 13 1957 NO. 1 Registration May Reach All Time High McMURRY CHEERLEADERS practice yells lo be used against Iho West Texas State Buffaloes Saturday. Above the spirited four a large sign welcomes Freshmen. CAMPUS GIVEN FACE LIFTING Although they'll not as obvious MiMuny College campus quite a numboi of other impiovements in McMurry's phjsical plant await the student bodj this fall These include a new $20000 fieldhouse ledecorated dining hall and Prisident Hall dormi- toty foi women foui niw labuia- toues in the departments of chcmisti biology and phjsics completion of the pipe organ at Radfoid Auditorium le-suifaiing of all the old stints and piihing anas on the lampus a new side Wdlk and completion of the IBM mastei -clock system 'Ihe Quadi angle Building and rine Aits Building hae been ic- paintcd All housing units in Vcl- clan's Village have been covcied with asbestos siding The new fieldho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 September 1957

Page 2 THE WAR WHOOP Friday Sepiembcr 13. 1957 Cheerleaders Welcome Slimes As cheerleaders here on the Ileseivation we would like to ex- tend :i friendly welcome to the f i ishman class soon to be known as "slimes" We hope that this "sliming" period will lesult in Face Lifting- Robert Foster inspects the stock room which will furnish materials for students in the newly installed chomisiry labs. Attention Secretaries Aionding to Ho j Koihelle stu- dent in di.itgc of the Mimeo- gi.iph Office lime will be u nueting of .ill .student seuetaues who will hi' uniking in the of- fices of the piifessois on the i.impus this en in the Mimco- gi.iph Off ui' .it -I (10 p in next Tui-sd.iv Sepl( mbei 17 Itoihelle s.ud tll.il the put pose of this meeting was to Hive the iet UK's lllstl IK (Kills 111 Ulltlllg stiiidls iiid Ivping m.istei pio ((ss units In the p ist .iKoidmg to llo- (helle theie h.is bein ((insider- (Continued from Page 1) uth extensive letonditioning and icp.unting of fmniture. Ins ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 September 1957

Friday September 13 1957 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 3 SHERWOOD SUTER Asst. Professor of Art DR. JOHN R. HILLIARD Biology Chairman Returns C. F. OFFICERS HOLD RETREAT Chustinn Foundation ofticctt. will hold a rctieat beginning Scp- tcnibci 13 to plan the activi tics foi the coming seme'std. The ittiL.it to bo hold at the Gnl Scout Camp in Sw cctvvatei will Diablo the C F CoutKil to cooidinnte then activities and piovide time foi ncedLd planning accoiding to Veidain Barnes C F picsidcnt The foundation gave a paity WednLsday evLiung for Fieshmen students The theme fot the activities was Tiavcl on the Campus" The ptogicssivo festivities onginatLd at the McMuir Dining Hall ic- naniLd the C F aiiport Fiom thue the young Indians were ltd in a flight to the Reservation Gym foi planned recreation A trip by train to the patio of the new doimitoiy and ciuise to Rad- foid Student Life Center where a woiship service was held closed the evening's activities McMURRY BARBER SHOP 224C South 14th Home oj Fam...

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