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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 December 1957

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. December 6 1957 fags 2 i GOULDING GIFT Lcfcbvro Goulding of Goulding's Jewelry in downtown Abilene presented McMurry College with the silver punch bowl pictured above in a ceremony on November 15. The set consists of a bowl tray ladle and 12 punch cups Elizabeth Myatt who heads the language department at McMurry accept- ed the gift in behalf of the school. This punch set is to be used by the college at official and formal functions and will be housed in Radford Student Life Center when it is not being used (Photo courtesy Gouldin's Jewelry Company Abilene Texas ) Murals Scene Shifts To Volley Ball Court 'I hi Iliti.iiniu.il volley bill sea son fin nun opuiul in Indian Own Mond ly Novemboi 21) Willi IHK downing Chi Onuchion and Ko Sin difcating the Ficshmcn I1IH tinned back the fighting Cln Onuihion s(ti.i(l in sti. light nanus lri-2 .uid 15-1 Jim Jack- son piccd the winnois with his all aiound pi ly on the field wluli Pied Shclton playid out- standing on tin ne...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 December 1957

Friday. December 6 1957 THE WAR WHOOP Pag 3 O I u b Cti u ed by Nancy Clifton J89?& vwJ&El rgtSMJMMtfg . 6&$my w" M fw S3S. SIX MAIDETTES From leit to right Mrs. Speer. Kay Kinnnrd Karen Crooks Barbara Wilson Ellio Ruth Lenn Yvonne Caldwell who compose an im )ortant part of the McMurry Band look ovt'r the campus from their lofty perch. (Staff photo by Tom Stevenson.) Baton Work Featured In '57 McMurry Band j Jeiry Tate Abilene junior broom handle Then in the sixth Dunng the fifth Nancy My did I over enjoy Mother's cooking during the holidajs No food anywhere tastes quite like home-cooking Maj.be we can all last until De- cember 20 now I surely hope jou all had a vcij good time and are jested after youi vacation Things will ically be popping aiound the Resei- vition foi tilt next two weeks 1 ing actors in the cuncnt pioduc- tion 'The Teahouse of the Aug- ust Moon " Actors Needed Dunng a iccent bout with ham heads the McMuny Indian Band as dium majoi foi the thud lime tins...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 December 1957

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. December 6 19S7 Pag 4 THE WAR WHOOP Sport Hardwoods Get Busy As Cagers Hit Road Tribe Loss Ends Slate With 14-7 Eagle Win With two names under thtir belt the McMurry Indians travel to Fort Worth Friday to battle the TCU Horn Frogs After opening their 1057-1958 basketball in Den- ton against the North Texas Eighs the Indians will be play- ing a 24-game .schedule that in- eludes a trio of Southwest Confer- enee powers Hay lor Texas and Texas Christian University Under the direction of Coaeh Stan Hurnhnm in his second sea- son as head basketball coach on the Kisirvation the Braves will open with an all-veteran unit Htimham tentatively has set Eric Looney ( 0 one-yeai letterman soniot and Hud Shelton (i-2 two- yeai junioi letterman it guaids Cliienei Winn captain (1-1 and Tommj Hoyd (-2 are piobiblo staitcrs at forward Jerrj Tur ner (i 4 will operate in the pivot slot With the sties.s on ball contiol Presley Jewelers 1059 No. 2nd Sei vioo and Quality and speed in t...

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

' fif.WVf vT "V" -v " v fl -yv tt i v v- iii mw i V' " - r -tssr.5si ' VOL. 35 Freshman Girls Present Program Twenty freshman girls from Hunt Memorial Dorm represent- ed the McMurry Women's Club with a program written by Mrs Llojd Huff and Mrs Loucille Fos- ter foi the patients at Abilene State School Tuesday Decem- ber 10 The theme was "Santa's Work- shop " The girls were dressed as different types of dolls Rclna Branch played the piano for the program After the play 'roup singing was led by Janiece Vaught This was climaxed by the appeal ance of Santa Claus Floyd "Bear" Wuthrich who distiibuted gift packages made by the club mem- bers Boyd's Comments By DON BOYD After last week's column some sweet young thing came bouncing up to yours truly and said she enjoyed it but couldn't believe it was written by the same per- son who wrote the one the week before This makes us feel about the same way we did when one of our buddies came into the room oatliu this full in u teanng rage Seems no...

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

Friday December 13 1957 f age 2 THE WAH WHOOP Glimpse of the Globe By CONHAD CHERRY On the quirt and uncommonly tame day of January 20 1945 a select crowd of 7809 stood in the snow of the White House lawn to behold the United States presidential inaugural ceremony its austerity contrasting sharply with the splendor of many of the in- augurations of the past In the cuemony of solemn simplicity Mr Franklin D Roosevelt embarked upon his fourth term repeated the oath that he knew so well and set the theme of his administration in these words. "In the days and years that are to come we shall work for a just and durable pi aee as today we work and fight for total victory in war." President Roosevelt's voice carried clear and firm over the loud- speakers which amplified his words to Washingtonians who piessed against the fence that rims the White House grounds. So started the final administration of America's most recent presidential "giant " One Man Responsible for Nation The prisicJcnfs ...

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

Friday December 13. 19S7 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 3 THE WAR WHOOP Soc iety WW JliiiiKHliillvH WAH WAHTAYSEE OFFICERS Tho 1957 officers of Wah Wahlayseo pose in front of imaginalive Christmas decorations during their annual Banquet. From left to right they arc Margaret Milikicn Sylvia Sikes Joan Clark Linda Parish NeVelyn Crawford and Jane Johnson. Miss Pcrma Rich sponsor is sealed. Bandsmen Return Groom Speaks Before Banquet The McMuny Indian Band re- turned Wednesday from its an- nual fall tour The band pei- foimed in Abeinathy Plains1 Levclland Seminole O'Donnell I Rev. Jordan Grooms spoke at Lamesa and Snyder. the annual Forum-Volunteer Ban- Numbcis ued included "The ' Iuct Tuesday night November Loid's Prayei" "The Holy City" j 2C in the Wooten Hotel. "Battle Hymn of the Republic" Rev. Grooms spoke on "Our "Morning Noon and Night in Methodist Heritage" bringing out Vienna" numbeis fiom "My Fair . qualities of Methodism which Lady" "Night Beat" "Mambo ' Methodists should be especially ...

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

Pago 4 THE WAR WHOOP Friday December 13 1957 THE WAR WHOOP Sports jPlP SllP0'l TRAVELING SQUAD From loft lo right. Glen Krcgcr O we'll Mobley Clarence Winn Paul Golhard George Barnclt Jerry Turner Charles Baker Walter McCaulcy Bud Shclton. Tommy Boyd and Eric Looncy make' up the traveling squad for the Indian hard boarders this year. (Sports Photo by Tom Stovcnson). The Indian basketball team suiprised ovciyonc with a victoiy vei Ninth Texas The Eagles had been rated as the (l.u k hoi.se nf the Missoun Valley Confeionee Howevet down in Waco and Foil Wcnth the battling Braves found that the Bears and the Frogs weie much too tall to be man-handled and tasted bitter defeat. Monday evening the Biaves had anothei tough night in attempting to catch the Yellow Jackets of Howard Payne ind onie again had to tane anolliLi defeat on the thin They plajcd a good game and were pushing all the w ly in attempting to win their fust home game of the season CintLi Juiy Turner played an outstanding gam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 December 1957

l! Hpf Ur '."'rrY vOLLECi AblLINt TtXAS JAN J McMURRY COLLEGE ABILENE. TEXAS. DECEMBER 20 1957 AH! CHRISTMAS Campus Barren Due to Holidays Boyd's Comments By DON BOYD This was the week to write something "Chnstmas-y" the edi- tor admonished. Easier said than done for if theie have been moiei reams of paper and miles of type- writer nbbon devoted to any other .subject we can't imagine what it could be. We sometimes aie compelled to wonder whether all this abund- ance of Yule spmt which is so freely evident in December and absent the other months of the cai is motivated b anything other than the urge t make up to our fellows for the shabby way we've treated them all year. The Chinese we've heard have a custom that on their New Year's Day all things including personal accounts (like private debts grudges and the like) are begun with a clean slate. This means that a person is compelled either to pay up or make up un- less he wants his creditois to have the satisfaction of "forgiv- ing" ...

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

TH WAR WHOOP Friday December 20 1957 rage 2 CHRISTMAS SEASON Festive Period Combines Religious and Traditional 'I he meaning of Chihtmis has bun the subject of .1 gieat many lectuics aiticles and sermons dui- ing tla last few weeks and will rem iln in the- spotlight of public interest until the- mystic Dectmbei 25 his come iwl genu Although we- often lay emphasis on one aspect ot another of the festive season Cliiistnus is .i'snth(sis of irunj things It is composed of the spnitual oi religious the traditional; and the eommeiel.il The spuituil is c.isil iccogmcd and peihaps of pnme impoitanee foi in it lies the basis foi the holiday occ ision the bu'th of a new hope foi the woild a new undcistanding of life Its story is i isilv found in the New Testament mi.. i r ..i. fimiliu winds unfold-the stoiy anim.lsandfiagiant h . . and the dazzling stai and those that puisued it ' B 7 lu""lu" The other time that a person A meat many symbols now play an important pait in bringing this stoiy in...

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

Friday December 20 1957 McMUHRY WAH WHOOP Pago 3 Campus "Close Ups" FROM HITHER AND YON by John Hobbs Two Attend SCON A- intcr-continentnl ballistic missile ol appioximatel 18 minutes of safct exists between Washington and Moscow The student leadei houis in lound-tnble meetings As the few of you who read this space do this chore this week the hours are ticking into minutes and the minutes into . - . J ..t il.i il. A. . . ... l. ..l fnt n r n Hiii in it tli ii wtni. .it ' nv We weie pleased to .see the pages of the calendai fall horn "" '""1 """ """ "" "v " ' day to day just as much as anyone else but we weie wondei- ' h" nation meet the two meat a A & M In the round-tablcs ing if there were not those who had even more love foi this chnllenues posed by the guided each confeice had an opportune season than do we. missiles the challenge to na- to piesent his own views on the Hnw'nhmH ihn Fmchmnn Imrn M MpMiii rv whn hm-n tlnnal "ccunty and the challenge question being discussed and...

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

Page 4 McMURHY WAR WHOOP Friday December 20 1957 C I a b Nancy Christmas Time Nears Did you i vir stop to think ib ut w h it Cluisttn is ti illy mi ins Io sonic pi oplt it is Mtnplv i tinit of festivity f00(l turns mil in ixti i il ly off from wink Hut foi some people It js i titm foi u oi ship siii(iiif hymns ( f pi use mil itiu wine their filth in (iod Not so Umu im I lit ud is ly uif Itts put Chi 1st bilk into Cliiistnus It took tin quiti some tuiK to U t tin it il mi mint of this si ill mi nt so ik in cli eplv Too fill) m ik pionc to (( t so in vohul in tin mviiij "id intiv m or tifts h ivuif ill tin fimily hi mi foi dinnti oi eonu to p u Ins tint wi eompletilv foiMt uhv i h im suih i holiday si i son Out iu thousind nine hun dud md fift stvi n veils ieo i tin I) ibv w is bin n in i st ibli iiulsidt or Iltthliluni This bib bii inn Jtsiis Chnst mil I oul mil S mom How im wt who Iii fiss to l)i Lhnstiins foiit tin siMiifuniui ol this d is I found i p ii m on I In Chi 1st in is Spi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 December 1957

Friday December 20 1957 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 5 Ko Sari Holds Party For Members Guests SANTA'S DOLLS (1. to r.) Drucille Barackman and Virginia Calkins Entertain the residents in Abi- lene Slate School. (Photo by Tom SieVenson). Jane Johnson is Selected As Business Girl of Month Jane Johnson McMurry senior has been elected Junior Business Girl of the Month by the Abilene Business and Professional Wom- en's Club The gul of the month will be elected monthly Septem- ber through May Each month the girl will be guest at the club meeting In May all the girh will take part in the concluding program This honor will be of- ficially bestowed upon Miss John- son tonight at G 30 in the banquet room of the Wooten Hotel Each Abilene school is repre- sented during the year. A com- mittee from the school selects the nominee of the month The girl is then appioed b the Career I Advancement Committee of the Abilene Business and Professional i Women's Club The requirements for Junior Business and Profes- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 December 1957

THE WAR WHOOP Friday December 20 1957 Page 6 Redmen Crush Jackets For Revenge Triumph By BOB HOLCOMB War Whoop Sports Editor The McMurry Indians halted their fiw gimo losing streak by downing the Howard Payne Yel- low J ickcts for a revengeful vic- tory in Hrownwood Saturday night Kurw.ud Tommy Boyd paecd the- Ilrives in their triumph by piimpini; in 24 points to lead in the scoring department Down at halftime by the score of 35 10 the revenue minded Kedmen went to work and hit for a torrid 02 per eent of their field go il attempts to move out in front of tin Baptists of Brown- wood Four Lead Brave's Tiie seining for the victorious Indiins was evenly divided with foiu hitting in double- figures Guild Krie Looney Hit for 19 C.ipt mi CI irenee Winn dropped in 17 while- e titer .Jerry Turner t illad 1( I i.iiIimk bv 10 points in the cnl minuUs of the seeond half the Biaves out to avenue a loss to these sime Yellow Jackets put on a full eouit pi ess that gained VOLLEYBALL PLAY CANCELLED...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 January 1958

!tt ... P 1 V' "WWr.. ' .1 --MB- -j . r -"-' -' Me' I1 - v -v--- -jy Csggft -'- VOL. 3S Boyd's Comments By DON BOYD During the recent holidays we saw on TV numerous youngsters too old for diapers and too young for silk high hats but wearing both and not much else. They were advertising first one thing and then another and one or two among those I saw looked faintly embarrassed we can't blame them for that at all! But the thing that struck us most forcibly about the holiday season was the terrible and need- less traffic death toll. We couldn't help wondering how many of those kids in diapers and high hats would survive long enough to have children of their own that size or even how many would get through this year of our Lord A. D. 1958 un- harmed? The headlines on our home- town newspaper two days after the new year got rolling told in bold black letters which spanned the whole page of the area's first traffic death for the year. The slRiightPr ha? already begun what a way to start ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 January 1958

m f ago 2 THE WAR WHOOP Friday January 10. 19S8 Glimpse of By CONRAD Many are familiar with the very morbid and realistic short story by Guy DeMaupassant entitled "The Moribund ' This briefly is the story An old and very poor couple find that the woman's father is dying and seems to be drawing closer to his death with every breath The couple feel so sure that the old man will die soon that they announce his funeral to be for the next day The woman quickly starts baking the apples for the funeral guests who are soon to arrive and the other necessary arrangements are made Hut the following day when all the "mourners" arrive for their baked apples they find the supposed dead man still breathing the necessary life giving air The couple become enraged at the old man's failure to die and have to apologize for the funeral postponement and must now feed the guests their apples "for nothing" Familiar Story Teaches Lesson What does this story have to do with world news9 Well this is the point...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 January 1958

Vf-ww Friday. January 10 1958 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 3 Aitf C tu b Nancy Congratulations are definitely in order for an excellent Galleon production Wayne Dickey and his staff did some very good work The Galleon is full of some ex- cellent poems essays and short stories One essav that especially inter- ested me was Jackie Shield's "The Last Seven Chances " This essay deals with the dreaded disease known as cancer (Jackie is a very good example of the well qualified pre-med students we have at McMurry ) This essay can be of great help to each of us in alerting us to the facts concerning cancer Looks like the parties have aheady beeun The Freshman Class has planned a party for class members Friday night and the Junioi Class All-School Part is scheduled for th s Saturday night (You bettei come and join in the fun') No social column would be com- plete without saying a word of congiatulations to all the girls who hooked their man during the holiday and a word of sympathy to all the boys who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 20 January 1958

T . P5S?A THE WAR WHOOP Friday. January 10. 1958 harrow Lome from htolcomb The years of rebuilding are often long and the result dis- couraging At pre.sent the results of this year'.s basketball are dis- couraging The team has won but two games while losing nine However even with this bleak record the outcome may not be as discouraging as it now appears The team has played hard and not once have they seemed to have given up the hope of winning. Most colleges that play basket- ball have a staff of at least two coaches but here we have only one. The fault does not lie with the coach nor with the team. As the saying goes "two heads are better than one." Ceitainly Coach Stan Burham has done an outstanding job guiding tins year'.s edition of the Indians and thi.s is not to be held again.st him. However the fact remains that if we are going to play basketball it should be done right Undoubtedly one of the bright- est hopes is the Freshman team. At times this year during varsity games the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 January 1958

VOTE TUESDAY W A TO WMflffcP wb v b ft r V' - wv- AV -a v v "-- -j MJggm -" Boyd's Comments By DON BOYD Buried in the columns of the January 10 War Whoop was a story which we think deserves more attention. It was an an- nouncement of what may prove to have been the year's biggest campus news event. The re- lease datclined "somewhere in West Texas" ran like this: A ull.ilil" viiuiii iinmitimtil In it l'll.l;i lli.it plum Iiiiw Imiii i imipk I. il fin tlu mh I uiiiiIiIiik "f ('limit' 1 'I lit ilnt-l7nl tmixln nf tlie iium h ' Minn will hum with II tlic ImptH .r Hit' lthlll S Ut 1111. Ciiikiiiiii w lit ii It xii ii h Into the all Koimllim- mxl uttk Some' students never saw the story at all; others laughed it off as somebody's practical joke; still others read it and forgot about it. But we went with a group of McMurry men to the testing site and spent one of the most excit- ing afternoons we've ever known getting the story of the Satellite That Just Sat and Sat and Sat. The men on the'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 January 1958

THE WAR WHOOP Friday January 31 1958 Boyd's Comments (Continued from Page 1) be able to .see exactly how far and how high the projectile went. (Actually it didn't happen quite that way because when the thing finally blew the trackers weie all .so excited they forgot about doing their jobs!) We remember being impressed with the wisdom with which the .site hud been chosen n concicto- arid-earth embankment insured .safety to all membeis of the paity 3:51 Tho long-awaitt'd momen) had come at last Lighting the magne.sium fuse the intiepid ex- perimenters began the count- down Five! Foul1 Three' Two! One' Fire er HIKE' HIKE1 (lain it HIKE' The fuse had) f.uled. Aftei icpcatcd attempts to get the fuse going (dunng which time it got shortu and shoitcr jnd tilings go so hot that the launching platform caught fne) we weie rewaided with a loud ro.u and a bur.st of blinding multicoloied light as 'Clume 1" blew its top When the excitement died away several minutes aftei the smoke h.id disappcate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 January 1958

Friday. January 31 1958 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 THE WAR WHOOP Society As the smoke clears from the typewriters and the dust settles back on the books until next "dead week" the vvcaiy students letuin fiom theii weekend of iefuge in the solitude of home- life The main topic of convet- sation is of couise new sched- ules book prices and teachers But carefully hidden in the back of manj freshmen minds theie is the long-choushcd idea of be- longing to i social club Girls' Rush Outlined Mrs Chappell will talk to all I Ehoy Neie class piesident freshman gills interested in stated the belief that the closc- plcdging Tuesday February 4 at ncss f the class would aid gicat- 1 in the success of the program This closeness has been fuilhered by several class paities given duung the semester Cha.rmen and their committees include Doroth Roark refresh- ments Elioj Neie staging Bai- bara Blown dccoiations Nancy Cockrell piogiam Penny Biooks theme Cockrell class secictary ex- tends a cordial invitation ...

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