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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 September 1957

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Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 September 1957

MP 0-E? LrW OF The War Whoop VOL. 35 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS SEPT. 20 1957 McMurry Convocation In Tuesday Morning Chapel The U5lh Convocation oi McMuity College was hold I Tuesday !) a m in Radfoid Student Life Centei according to Di II G Cooke McMui i President. Thi' foini.il teiimonj the of-I final opening of the new sihool Vtai fe.ituud a fatuity piotes- sional and spina! music by the Chantti Chon dntcttd by Di Von Ende Chan man of Fine Alts Hymn Sung tollowing the piotcssiun.il the assembled students and guests sang the h mn "Joyful Joyful ' and weie led in piaei by Di Got don Bennett Vice-Piesulcnt of the tollegc Hesponsive leading was dneit- cd by Di Joe C Humphiey. Dean of MiMuny who then prtstnted new facult membeis The Chanteis picsented the Cheiubim Song" and Di W B McDanit 1 piesciilcd Di Cooke w X v KGQISTlCIf 1011 TOl listration for Oil Institute Began Monday Hegistiation foi courses in the Oil Institute of McMun Col- lege's school of business admin- istiation m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 September 1957

Pago 2 THE WAH WHOOP Friday September 20 1957 Glimpse of the Globe CONHAD CHERRY A quick look .it our world re- veals many intriguing situations politic. il ccononiit.il .ind social We sto problems regarding tin U S budget woi Id-wide infl.i- tion foreign it'l.itions Hussi.in oligarchy etc 'I he pic sail piohUm which cominiiuds tin' most inti rest within our own country is th.it it girding the Negro As .ilwnys social and conomic controversy Hives rise to politic.) .iction 'I he iicint (iil lights hill is .in (x YOU MAY NEVER HAVE HAD AN ACCIDENT . . let's keep it that way I Drive safely and courteously your- self. Insist on strict enforcement of traffic laws. iAAA 'TriVlUH I1mW!77H mm l cellent example1 of political reck- oning with the .sent edition issue- National Issue Hut the situations regarding the iaei.il issue do not seem to remain onl in the ' biased" south much to the disappointment of some northern Republicans We heal of northcrn-Ncgin families being ndiculid ind advised ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 September 1957

Friday September 20 1957 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Additions MRS. CAROLINE COUCH BLAIR Speech Department MRS. BLAIR The McMurry speech depart- ment will be in reinfoiccd this vtar by the addition of Mrs Caroline Couch Blair according to Di Hat old G Cooke McMurry president Mrs Blair a graduate of Abi- lene High School and the recipient of the BA and BS degrees from McMurry was awarded the MA degiee from Hardin-Simmons University in 1932 She has com- pleted the work v ith a majoi m Fnglish and a minor in speech Mrs Blair will continue to operate her private speech studio in nddition to he: teaching duties at McMurry Mrs Blair who resides at 601 Say le: Blvd. has been giving private speech lessons in Abi- lene for the past 18 ycais Presley Jewelers 1059 No. 2nd Service and Quality "The West Texas House" THE PENDER CO. STATIONERS PRINTERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS Cedar At North Fifth 3IHHk9Cii2a3IHVil Welcome back to ihe Campus "We specialize in flattops" Wooten Barber Shop 326 Cypress Made to McM...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 September 1957

Pago 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday September 20 1957 4J;!1 m&f BILL GORMAN Strong on Defense JAMES BOYD 65 Yards for a T. D. West Texas Trips Indian Squad 20-7 Special to the War-Whoop With powci -packed fullback Chili In Sandeis lis a war-head Wist Texas Stuff's Hiiffnlocs ex- ploded for a 20-7 win ovir Mc- Miiiiv last Satin day night in Can- von It was the season opLiui foi both tiams Cold it was foi Co.nli lummy Mils' ih. ii mis Old man nusLiy stiuck twiie in the foim of S ni- dus us the Huffs ciosscd the ilouhle stupe into touchdown tei- ntoiy the fust two tunes thev had possission of the hall Early Touchdown West Texas man - iiikIli Jack Yoik pulled the stung on an aci- i il to i nil Tommy Coffey carlv in the initial penod and the home-town unit lul 7-0 'I he Huffs held the lube on downs and foi nil them to kick on foiuth down Latti the Huffs suited on foiuth down to add six moie to the West Texas total by clashing ivpt from the one The Huffaloes knocked twice on McMurry's dooi in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 September 1957

Freshman Class Selects New Officers Neie Conatser to Head McM Freshman Class El Roy Neie Plainvicw and Noll Conatser Levelland were elect- ed Tuesday September 24 to lead the freshman class for this school year. The general election which piovided officcis foi the fieshman class was held in the new chss loom building on the McMuirv campus and was well attended according to Divid Bui row Student Council pn.iidi.nt. Neie new freshman president has served as president of his local and sub-district M Y F. He pjrticipatcd in the band and served as the district vice-president of the National Honor So- ciety Neie was a delegate to the Na- tional Convocation of Methodist Youth at Purdue Univeisity in Lafayette Indiana in 1954 and was elected Mi Plainview his senior vear in high school Miss Conatser Levelland the new fieshman vice-president has served in the president's chair in her local sub-district and dis- tact M Y F Sludenl Council Mike Pelfrey of Abilene is the j I SPEECH BRANCH RECEIV...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 September 1957

Pago 2 THE WAR WHOOP Friday September 27 1957 Campus "Close Ups" Campus Is Painted It -ccms to us that many of the Freshmen on our campus h ive missed the point of much of their briefings during these fust few d lys of school Of paiticular importance in this dtp u Uncut is the I ixity tint our new students exhibited dining i incut visit to Indianl ind by suppoittrs of anothei nc it -by school Freshmen to Blame In slmit the uilis nc much too 1 ix when students fioin Miothii school tin come onto oui Mounds mil fitely punt then w ly fioin one end of the e impus to the othei unci not even meet the slie.hU st nsistuuc fioin my one Hum v is i i ilium heie in the offiii tint the I reshinen weie to have In en mil stilwut defendeis it mist my such i ud Just one lot k oei sulew ilks mid buildings is ill th it is needed to dispell m I list uk is of how well we tin students wen piotetted Aggie Slimes As in iximple of i hettei w ly of keepinj things oifnued on a i impus lit us iiinsidei the I in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 September 1957

Friday. September 27. 1957 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 THE WAR WHOOP Society Wahtaysee Holds Sunrise Service Wnh Wahtaysee held then an- nual sunrise scivice and break- fast September 20 The sunrise sei vice was in the new Wah Wah- taysee park on the noith side of Rarifoid at 6 a. m. In the service the new mem- bers were accepted and service stripes w o r e presented to the members who had contributed an aveiagc of six houis of mm vice dunng last year. The stripes were presented by Jane Johnson president and Mar- garet Milikien keeper of the rec- ords. Then Mrs. Perma Rich the sponsor lead the Wah Wahtaysee creed "If For Girls". Brt'akfasi After the service the group went to Mac Eplen's for break- fast Mrs. Mason Altman an ex of Wah Wahtaysee spoke to the girls on the history and tradition of the organization. Miss Johnson explained the list of duties that aie set up fui the Delta Bcia Elects Officers for Year Delta Beta Epsilon McM gills' social club held their fust official meeting of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 September 1957

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. September 27 1957 Pago 4 .. tr i W ow otne from rrotcomb ii vi-is n hmrt-hrcakcr for the Indians who fought it hard all the way in the midst of a downpour Before the turft not too slick the 'lube spent the fust half in the enemy's hunting mound Twice the Kolclin chunct to puneli acioss the Howard Payne noul line came and twic( the drive fell short 'I he IJ.ipusis oi iiiownwooii weic compliltly oulelnss(d the first quuitcis but still no store came lames Ilovd once again hole the brunt of the ground machine em- ployed by the McMumtios He named 107 yards on just nine tries and dot away foi inns of 24 21) and 11 yards but nevei quite all the way Indians Are Fighting Team 'I hi Indians haw had the bid bit.iks and time will till whethei oi not these bad memories can be nasi (I A Wain that when givm a d.iv off from the guild of pi.it tin fn Id r i turns .mil on their own inns win-spr rnts can not be- in Id bilk 'ihe luck will change and they will not be diniid Hard Lu...

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

The War Whoop BEAT THE WILDCATS BACK THE INDIANS McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE TEXAS. OCT. 4 1957 NO. 4 Cross Town Rivalry Renewed Saturday Indians Seek Victory Against Yearly Foes By JOHN HOBBS War Whoop Assistant Editor Where the Purple and White meet the Maroon and White will be one of the biggest rivalries in the state of Texas The nvaliy in question con- cerns Abilene' s cross-town foes McMuny and their Indians and the Wildcats fiom Abilene Chris- tum This year Fair Park Sta- dium is the scene of the tilt with the Indians acting as the host unit Of the 24 times the Indians have left their leservation in south Abilene to journey to Fair Paik for the contest the Tribe has bi ought back 10 victory .scalps while then foes have taken the winners' share of the blanket 14 times with no ties shown on the record For Full Story See Page 4 The last tune these two rivals DR. O. P. CLARK . . . Gives Books DR. 0. P. CLARK DONATES BOOKS TO McMURRY Di O P Clark long time Methodist minister donated ...

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

Page 2 THE WAH WHOOP Friday October 4. 19S7 Glimpse of the Globe CONRAD CHERRY The writer of this column would like to explain why this particular subject is being con- sidered There is obviously no other subject which is of such in- terest as Little Hock So it .seems that the Arkansas controversy again necessitates spate in this column. Bitlor Wail Roso Last week a federal move was administered in accordance with a local problem When the 101st Skyborne was ordered into the hill-country of Little Hock Ar- kansas a wail of embitterment lose throughout the countiy After some specific violence the city again settled down to its regular loutine. All is the same now as it was before the war except for the presence of Negroes in Central High School and the posts taken by the fed- eral troops of the 101st Division And so Governor Orval E Fail- bus was forced to eat the words of his 1!)5(J re-election speech: "Thoie wilt be no enfoiced in- tegration in the public schools of Aikans.is so lon...

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

Friday. Oclobor 4 1957 THE WAH WHOOP Pag 3 THE WAR WHOOP Society HyBk StaK h4VaH BSU PARTY A hayrido was ihe highlight of the parly held by the Baptist Student Union Friday. Riders from left to right are: Jerric LcMond Bud Shelion Patsy Carlson Tommy Boyd Annello Popalio Donnie Campbell and Sonja Wilson. (Photo by Tom Slven-son.) Wooten "We Specialize in Flattops" Open Monday thru Friday Closed Saturday 326 Cypress OR 2-3190 8 xQ ixaveiers JMa. At last count Coca-Cola was delighting palates in more than 100 countries around the world. This news may not rock you right now. But if you ever get thirsty in Mozambique you may appreciate the change from goat's milk. Alpha Pj Alpha New Posts Filled Kdiid Wdltnp was elected i ntdi and HiBi-lld Tuluinui)U. p.i luuiic nl nun when Alphd Pi Alphd held then second tuneil nutting Scptembei 20 luxutdirig l" liistdl Hiehburn piendenl Oil) i uffiLWe of th." MvMun b ii c lub die Ciibtal Richbum. pn di nt Neldu Dunn vuie-presi d i ' Kubv Bixlei histor...

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

Page 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday October 4 1957 1ak 13-6 VictaMf THE WAR WHOOP Sport Tribesmen Bounce Hogs For First Season Win By BOB HOLCOMB War Whoop Sporls Editor JAVKLINA STADIUM Kings- villc With quarter!) ick Tommy MeAdams guiding thu attack the McMurr Indians dumpLd Texas A & I from the undefeated r.inks by the- score of 0 0 in Kingsville S.ituidny night The- only scoung drive came in the first quurtei with the- Tribe chiving III yards in 13 plays The biy move- eame- on a peifeetly faked ( ptlon that gained 39 of the- 111 yaids Called on Option Minutes Intel MeAdams faded baek and passed to Wylie- Wise foi .i circus tatch on the- thiee- KS SLAPS SHIRTS TO OPEN MURALS By JOHN HOBBS Ko Sin's Knights blasted tin tid off the- curre-nt intiamui.il football se-ason Tue-sday b beat- ing the- Duty Shirts 12-0 Foi tin Knights it was puic-ly .i story of good blocking ind a i.iee- horse- baekfie-ld that lan at will through the- sagging but 11- tei mined Shuts' defences Gcoige Kills Don ...

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

The War Whoop SUPPORT THE TRIBE VOTE FOR FAVORITES VOL. 3S McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS OCT. 11 1957 MO. 5 Freshmen Banner Flies 37 Hours The Fieshmen of 1957 put one netting two inches squaie and oei on then uppei clnss biotheis i was of a natural coloi The fish last week as they flew their class Freshman class insignia on this flag .i total of 37 houis befoie paiticulai flag was thieo-quaiters taking it down I of an inch long and was squarely This flag was made of nylon in the middle of the bannei Ht .jawaS? A " iK 1 Panel on News Set for Friday An Abilene newsman will lead a jouinal'sm panel discussion in Kidfoid Memonal Building Fu- da fiom 4 30 to 5 30 p m. Ed Wihcamper managing edi- toi of the Abilene neportoi-Ncws will be (hau man of the panel which will include repiesentatics ftum MpMiiiiv ATP .inH TTnrHtn. uccn named ctifmrr.au JU lSlmlnD1TS-tJn1vcTs!ly t'dl i. VAUD ti I'll WWU1 11111111111 vuuiiiuuiu iui tt iuiuvjslu uitisa- . . nf .. rt !... . I tusaiuii wi iiuwi uiitu...

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

cage 2 THE WAR WHOOP Friday October 11. 19S7 ZL War Published weekly during lhe school except for stated vacation periods College Abilene Texas. Subscription Price S2 Per Yoar Editor Business Manager Assistant Editor Sports Editor Photographer STAFF Conrad Cherry Nancy Clifton Gloria Musgrave Pat Young Richard Hatley Randy Roten Pat Ligon Paul Penn. Campus "Close Ups" Second Visitors Halted by John Hobbs We were quite happy and our campus was taken care of Christian ball name last week We wrote a rather tirey lew lines in this column two weeks ago and apparently something or somebody was sufficiently aroused to do something about it Campus Well Guarded In all scnousness wo would like to sh.ikc the hand of the slimt who first soundid the .il.um tint early Friday morning Surely he is a vigilant soul who warrants pusonil commendation fiom cvci student here on the Reservation Perh ips this will be a lesson well li ained by the visitors as will as an example to any otheis who might tr to...

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

Friday. October 11 1957 THE WAR WHOOP Pag 3 O lu b L(i u e 6 by Nancy Clifton Hello once again. Hope you have survived after the week-end I was really proud of our boys Saturday night Even if they weren't first on the score board they are still first for all Indians Campus Clubs Meet jR-" p Nancy- Alpha Pi Al- pha met In the club room of Radford on Oc- tober 3 1957 for a general busi- ness meeting Plans were dis- cussed for home- coming and the coming rush party. Volunteers Have Breakfast Dr and Mrs Lloyd Huff spon- sors of Volunteers entertained the group with their annual fall breakfast on Wednesday October 9 1957 at 7 00 a m Approxi- mately 30 members attended Los Indlos Meet Los Indios held its first regu- lar meeting Monday October 7 in the West Loung of Ins Graham Dining Hall with 20 peo- ple attending the meeting After a short business meeting Barbara McAlester led the group in Mexi- can songs accompanied by Ed- mund Lewis The meeting was concluded with some Mexican games led...

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

Page 4 THE WAR WHOOP Fr'day Oc'ober 11 1957 THE WAR WHDOP Sports Redskins In Seguin By BOB War Whoop 'I Ik McMutiy Indians invade Siguin Situida) to clash with th( Tixas Lutluwin Bulldogs 'I Ins vs ill be the first meeting be- twee n the two schools rhe injuiy-piiigucd Indians will be icgioupmg then forces in s( mil of vuloiv numbci two McAdams Gets Clean Bill ()u n tt ib ick Toinni McAdams who his blossomed into a ual tin t it h is been given a clean bill of health He will be woiking tin man undci slot again Satuida night aftei being side-lined with it hud itijtit against ACC 'I lie Tube's losses in the (nudge 1 attic against ACC weie htavy Don I'lippin end lo-injuicd an old facial wound Dalton Hicks anothci end suffeicd a wnst m- juij and loe Bovd a guaid rc- eeivid a bad blow on the neck Howi vi i all time plus McAd ims aie expected to be ready b game-time Saliuday The Hediiien will be facing one of the most feared passers in Texas in Chailey McMahon a 195( Little All-Ameiican se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 October 1957

Don Tribe Elects Big Chief and New Favorites Chosen As Four Classes Vote Elections weie held Tuesday October 15 foi Chief Me- Muiry Reservation Princess and class favontes David Burrow president of the Student Council said "The laces for Chief McMurry and Reservation Pi inccss were veiy close " He further stated that he didn't know exactly how close the class favorites weie because only the judges counted the ballots The election was held from 1(1 3D 9 m In 5 (In n m Candidate for Chief McMurry were Don Yarbrough Jerry Rey- nolds and Don Davis In the PLAY PRESENTED BY LOCAL GROUP The Abilene Community Thea- tei opened their season Monday night on the McMurry College Campus with ' Bus Stop" The din ma is the first in a senes of five plays "Bus Stop" is to be presented every night through Fnda at 8 p m in the little auditorium in the McMuny administration building Staring in the presentation aie Mike Pelfiey McMunv frcshmin as "Bo Decker" the cowboy after n girl and Mrs (Billie) Scott...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 October 1957

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. October 18 1957 f age 2 5K. War Published weekly during ihc school oxcopt for stated vacation periods College Abilene Texas. Subscription Price Editor Business Manager Assistant Editor Sports Editor Photographer STAFF Conrad Cherry. Nancy Clifton. Gloria Musgravo Pat Young Richard Hatley Randy Rotcn. Pat Ligon. Paul Penn. I'irani mtm i MBk ' H JmMJKj'- J jy-A V.M.1 WORK PROGRAMS El Roy Ncic freshman displays lho form ho uses when he is engaged with his work proqram. Ncio keens the Quadrangle spick and span with the pictured broom. Of Two K .-A 1 A I iC V HLy On tho ono hand you have Thirsty G. Smith. Good taste to him means zest and zip in a bo crogc sparkle and lilt anil all like that . . . On tho other ham! T. Gourmet Sm tho perceives good tasto as tho right fit anil proper refreshment for a Discriminating Coterie So7 . . . Havo It both ways I Coca-Col i ... so Rood in taste in such eooJ taste. Et vousT Bottled under authority of The Coca-Cola Company by lr.X...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 18 October 1957

Friday Oclobor 18 1357 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 THE WAR WHDOP Society O l a b Nancy Party to Highlight Week Let's all turn out in full mass for the senior all-school party. I heard in the dorm and halls that it is to be the best party to be given as yet. The theme for the party is tra- ditionally a secret. So if your curosity is aroused why not fol- low the stream of kids to Radford Friday night and join in the fun. (A party follows the main pro- gram in the social hall). Gamma Sigma Has Trip Girls of Gamma Sigma journey- ed to Possum Kingdom for an outing Saturday. Sunday morn- ing the group accompanied by their sponsor Miss Beth Myntt attended church services in the Throckmorton Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. King parents of Dorothy then entertained the girls with lunch. Delta Beta Epsilon members had a slumber-less party October 1 in the Activities Building down at St. Paul Methodist Church. Mrs. Buford Hines sponsored the party. Everyone enjoyed bowl- ing skating volleyball TV...

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