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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 31 January 1958

THE WAR WHOOP Friday January 31 1958 Pago 4 K ow ome Cc from J4ou com L This old question of the lack of school .spirit has once more pene- trated into the talk around the Reservation Well what about school .splnf This proposes another question just what do the advocates of school spirit mean by ".school spirit " Does school spirit mean that each and everyone of us should attend every sports event that McMurry participates in and in attending that each and ovciyonu of us should yell as fiens and make fools of ourselves'' Now that is interesting isn't if Tills cornei will be the first to disagree in saying what school spirit does mean Certainly there will be few that can agree to this idea of acting like a bunch of crjy people. It seems that theie would be little to base such an aigument on It would appear that this wntei must now take a stand and relate his Reliim toward this matter of school spirit Certainly the .stu dent body should support the teams that represent them How- ever ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 February 1958

Redmen Bag Wildcats in Overtime Thriller Triumph Tale On Page Four Uh Wae Whoob K ?"" T" -" -- " M&IWf - McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS. FEBRUARY 6. 1958 Boyd's Comments By DON BOYD Random thoughts department The Valentine's Day party wh'ch is currently being planned sourds like a good idea to us We're glad the seniors to whom credit for the idea of said parlj must go thought enough of the lest of us to make it an all-school func- tion with the whole school work- ing together on it rvftrvhnHv'c henn falkina nhnilt school spirit these last dajs and we'd like to put in a plug foi this sort oi scnooi "spirit me ecr-bod-gotting-downto-woik- TO -GETHER kind of school spmt Got a lot of class spuif That's mighty good hut when class spirit overrules school spirit then we'll have none of it thank ou (And the same would be true for other kinds of small-group spmt) Sometimes vc' arc made tc think of a child in a family who sajs "I'll live with the lest of the people in this house but I'm ...

Publication Title: War Whoop, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 February 1958

fagt 2 THE WAR WHOOP Thursday. February 6 1958 campus close-ups Fish Mum on Party Plan It seems that there was this town that won a basketball game against the bigger town from out in the next county. This town we are thinking about has been very scant in the winnings di partment all year and the win gladdened the hearts of all the fans Braves Shine Against Cats To vary a bit from our usual rather off beat pattern of talking about campus happenings other than those of the woild of sports we would like to add our verbal pats on the backs of the Tribe for slapping those from the Hilltop Monday ev ning Coach Stan Bumham and his hearties havi had rough sledding this year in many outings but they were the task mas- ters Monday night Quick alett Clarence Winn in dropping 24 points foi the evening came through liki a trooper Fnst-yeat-man Bobby Dnvei the Knox City Flash meshed 16 for the night and showed all present that he is just beginning to gain brilliance as a future star on the hard-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 February 1958

Thursday. February 6 1958 THE WAR WHOOP Pas 3 For Shuiierbugs National Contest Slated By TOM STEVENSON War Whoop Staff Photographer Attention all photographers who are full-time college or Uni- versity students this is your chance to enter the Annual Col- legiate Photo Competition which is being sponsored by Kappa Al- pha Mu National Press Photog- raphers Association Encyclopae- Baldwin Captures GG Championship By RANDY ROTEN War Whoop Sports Staff McMurry's Charles Baldwin following in the pugilistic foot- steps of his older brother Jimmy won the novice heavyweight Golden Gloves crown at H-SU's Rose Field House last Monday night when he decisioned Wylie Fox of Sweetwater The flashy 200-poundei who also starts as a tackle on the In- dian gridiron team walked away with honors as he registered a first-round knockout over his first opponent Ken Arone In the finals Baldwin had to go the full three lounds before he registeicd his decision over Fox The ex-Seymoui athlete kept his lanky op...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 February 1958

Page 4 THE WAR WHOOP Thursday February 6 1958 Crosstown Rivals Bow to Braves. 78-75 t rTOW Lome from htolcomb As the soft spring bicees sweep over the country sice a young man'? fancy is supposed to turn to thoughts of love But as far as some young men go their thoughts will turn to another thought that thought being mine othc r than football Spring training is due to start next week and this corner would imiginc that the co idling staff will h ic .mother problem to .idd to growing list of old ones The NCAA Rules Committii caught the college football coichcs by surprise when it jnnounccd the first point-scoring change since 1912 The- essence- of the nc w rule- On iho try for conversion allcr a touchdown two points will now bo awarded if the ball is advanced over iho goal lino by either a run or a pass. As in tho past only one point will bo allowed for a success- ful placement or drop kick. The" try for conversion will be- gin thrco yards from tho goal lino instead cf two. Situ ition...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 February 1958

Im ffiK mem WAV hw win yy H00R sS V' Ji V1AJTC f I r.r-.'7mr a. liKC. -iiws j ' VOL. 35 Boyd's Comments By DON BOYD An editor's desk is a funny thing it looks much like any other desk but the unique ele- ment about it is the mail which passes acioss its top We get mail fiom people who don't like what we printed in some papei three or four weeks ago mail Oaroly) from people who do like something they saw on these pages mail from people who want us to print something about then special (and in their own eyes newsworthy) group .nail fiom people who would like a little free advertising and even mail fiom people who want to buy ads The Adveitising Council is a na- tional organisation which coordi- nates the efforts of all the vari- ous advertising media in the field of publtc-seivicc advertising Every car we get material fiom them about traffic safety file safety heait disease cancer polio and a few weeks ago the Ciusade foi Freedom We'd like to tell you now a bit about this year's Crusa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 February 1958

cage 2 THE WAR WHOOP Thursday February 13 1958 Boyd's Comments (Continued from PaBe 1) one's fellows coait along expend- ing little effort and getting cor- respondingly little education the freedom to make one's own de- cisions in the face of pressures fiom wcll-intcr.tioncd friends the fitedom to be critical to evaluate all of life's experiences rather than blithely humming "Life is just n bowl of ehernes" through- out one's days the freedom to grow into maturity in an envhon- ment whieh allows but does not demand this growth these are a few of the freedoms we'd stait our nusado for if wc could We'd crusade for lho freedom to eomplain (this is one of our U v r- ite freedoms we're told!) about things which are not as we think they should be and w e'd crusade just as haul for the freedom to ult( r n few ( beers for jobs well done (for example Band Sets Mexico Trip The 50-piecc McMurry Band 200 miles from south of the bor- will make a featured appearance der in international band fest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 February 1958

Thursday February 13. 1958 THE WAR WHOOP Pago 3 UUomen 6 VKu&h laptled to d5eain Saturday Fcbiuary 15 the long-awaited women's rush acti- vities will go into full swine The opening function an invitational tea will be held in the parlor of Hunt Memorial Dormitory from 3 30 till 5 00 p m Hostesses for the event will be the picsidents vice-presidents sect claries and inter-club repic- scntativcs of each of the five social dubs the club sponsois the dean of women and the dor- mitoiy hostesses All gals to be rushed will be invited to this tea Bids to each of the five rush parties will be handed out some- time afta this tea The time will be left to the disci etion of the clubs The rush lists will be made out pnoi to the tea Alpha Pi Alpln All lut I I liln will flail i ff tin rtNlltltllM with Huh nixli ii t Mull ln I il limn IT f in till T ii llli iluli i 171 iih lilt ( llxliil III. Ii- I ill K I iml I' nt N lil i Dunn Mi I 1 Ml It tit I llli I Wllllllp StllltlllV II ml.! Ill luini ll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 13 February 1958

THE WAR WHOOP Thursday February 13. 1SS8 Page 4 k I THE WAR WHOOP Sports Spring Practice Set For Returning Tribe By JOHN HOBBS Assistant Editor Little All - Amenta Ruaicl Chin lit Davis lt.uls the Indians of McMuiry back into battle as Co ah Tommy Ellis' club hits the spnng pi.atae fields tins week Ellis h.is tali nt colore icporting hiek to him aftci the thiecimin Gene Haigiove and Robcit months of gnd idleness Many Lctlcrmen On tlie Maroon foiw.ud wall football levels are is thick as a bowl of alphabet soup Four let- teiinen letuin at ends foui at tinkle four at guild and two I eenteis lound out the host of ex- pel leneed lads on the line Jim Hoyd and Gunge Undoes halfhieks fullbaek Einic Davis( and two fleet talented quutci- baeks and Tommy McAdams and Tommy O Bum make the putute bright indeed in the yauls-rush-ing (iep.u tment Combs' Ankle Ready Hobby Haitgravts and Geiald Combs aie being counted on heavily to aid the leltei winning pens this next season Hait- giavis who tips th...

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

Back the Indians! Last Two Home Ball Games Thursday Feb. 20 Monday. Feb. 24 v VOL. 35 Boyd's Comments By DON BOYD In Ihe midst of an atomic age scholarship is a matter of sur- vival. We're here today to say our own loud "Amen" to the many wise Americans who have uttered the above-expressed sentiment. McMurry uses in its constitu- tion and elsewhere the term "bona fide student." Now ac- cording to the definition used by the student association the "bona fide" student is one who is regul- arly enrolled in a degree program carrying at least 12 semester hours. The words "bona fide" mean "in good faith." We'd like now to raise the question as to wether there is more to being a student "in good faith" than merely reg- istering for one's classes. It seems to us that there's more to being a student in good faith than meets the eye. It involves studying to learn not for grades alone. It involves deciding why we're in college and then in par- ticular why we're at McMurry College then it invol...

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

THE WAH WHOOP Thursday February 20. 1958 rage 2 Glimpse of the Globe By CONRAD CHERRY and REX WILLIAMS (Editor's nolo: "Glimpso of tho Globo" will bo a weekly column from now on and it will bo In two divisions: comment on Iho news and a summary of the news itself. Conrad Chorry will continuo as commentator whllo Rox Williams has lakon Iho job of gathoring and roporting Iho wook's world nows happonings. DB) Campus Calendar Comment What is commonly xeferred to as "culture" is generally takm as nitimng "Western culture" and this concept is not fat ftotn nyht Stretching over the cais of past histoiy are ovidi nccs which how that the adoption of Western ideas has been almost an impel alive for a progressive nation We must even admit though somewhat sheepishly that the ideal of communism itself is not a Russian idea but an ideal which spiang out of radical Western minds It was then taken and molded b Russian craftsmen but it was of Western origin1 'Ihcrc is some pniallel in the events of ...

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

Thursday February 20. 1958 THE WAR WHOOP Fag 3 With 53 Spring Pledges 1Vlen 5 Liub f-ledae eadon Jt pe With the passing of the smokers . "Neophytes" for the spring of i tnc Men s social i.iuds on mc ivic- Murry Campus now get down to the pledge duties for- those who have elected to join their groups. Chi Omicron Smoker Chi Omicron's spring smoker was held Monday evening Febru- ary 10 p. m. at Doyle's Restaur- ant. Mclvin Pollock was master of ceremonies and chairman of the smoker committee which was also composed of Robbie Foster and Homer Payne. The thirty-eight people that at- tended the smoker were served pie and coffee tea and milk. Mclvjn Pollock formally wel- comed the guests and introduced the officers of Chi Omicron. Don Kidd historian gave the club history and progress. Mr. Halt XO's sponsor was introduced and he made a few comments. Snrine semester pledges are Robert Campbell Abilene fresh man; Larry Cooper Lariat fresh man; Jim Hildcbrand Vernon freshman; and Carl McKceve...

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

THE. WAR WHOOP Thursday. February 20 1958 Pago 4 THE WAR WHOOP Sport Indiana Athlete to Join Cage Braves for '58 '59 Toby Burkhnrdt one of the most sought-after basketball players in Indlnnu has notified McMurry coach Stan Burnham that he will enroll here next fall. The talented prospect a G-C 200- poundcr was a freshman at North Carolina State but is not in .school in the spring semester. The Windfall Ind. athlete was named to the Indiana All-Star roster after four years of high school play. In his senior year Burkhardt posted a 19-point game average and was one of the state's top re- bounders. He scored 303 points and grabbed 301 defensive re- bounds during that year. He is considered by several Indiana coaches officials and sports writ- ers to be one of the best basket- ball players produced in the Hoosicr State. Burnham expressing his pleas- ure at hearing Burkhardt will en- roll at McMurry in September said "I think he will make us a fine athlete and a good student. This Saturd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 February 1958

M " -"- v'. VOL. 35 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE TEXAS. FEBRUARY 27 1958 No. 20 Boyd Comments Br DON BOYD We wero rudely reminded not very many days ago of the defi- nition of good manners handed down by no less an authority than that Lady of the Blue Book Emily Post. Mrs. Post says that etiquette is simply a matter of putting into effect the Golden Rule that in order to be polite one need only treat others as he himself would wish to bo treated. We'd like lo offer a slight modi- fication of Mrs Post's rule in or- der to bring common McMurry practice into closer alignment with the rule. (We figure it's a lost cause this matter of trying to change accepted practice; so why not change the rules to fit the way we play the game .that way nobody needs to feel bad about it!) Here's our Tarnished Rule for Behaviour then: Henceforth one ought to treat others as he thinks they wish him to treat them re- gardless of how he himself would wish to be treated in the same situation. This Tarnished Rul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 February 1958

rage 2 THE WAR WHOOP Thursday. February 27. 1958 Glimpse of the Globe By CONRAD CHERRY and REX WILLIAMS Thlt week's "Comments" section is written by George Coats in or regular columnist uonrau uncrry. i;o.its nns recently re (Ed. not .it tho Invitn turned from a nationwide student seminar o the U. N. ad U. S. goverment held in Hev York and Washington u. i;.; Campus Calendar Comment The try of the piophct of doom in America has been stilled for many years and the American people have settled down in the comfortable security of Western culture. In fact Christian America has felt so secure that she has wanted to share some of her immense good fortune with the poor peoples of the East Thus we have blindly none on thinking that the East should natiually accept any of our left-overs in economic and mili- taiy and .scientific .security. I'eihaps we made a mi' take in just that moment. Perhaps we need to pau.u in out attempts at playing Lady Bountiful to the Ei tun peoples and icmembei two ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 February 1958

Thursday Fobiuary 27 19S8 THE WAR WHOOP Page 3 THE WAR WHOOP Society Chanters Tour (Continued from Page 1) anccs a day at high schools the choir will sing in Tulia Hereford and in New Mexico at Ft Sum- ner Belcn Albuquerque Santa Fe Las Vegas and Tucumcari During the trip Ihey will spend the night in homes of church members in the various towns They will return to Texas and McMuny March 8 'The Creation" by Tom Scott will be a number the Chanters will do at every stop they make The story of the formation of the caith told in Negro dialect will bo narrated this year by Wayne Hill Other incidental solo numbers will be ' Beautiful Savior" Nancy Crawford alto and ' Without a Song" in ' Youmans Medley" with David Benningfield ban- tone ' Youmans Medley ' includes the other popular numbers ' Great Day" ' More Than You Know" ' Time on My Hands" and "Drums in My Heart " 4 Baile do Gaitc" (sung in Span- ish) ' Mango Walk" with a Latin American beat and the McMuny Alma Mater along w ith the Yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 February 1958

Page 4 THE WAH WHOOP Thursday. Fobtuaiy 27 19S8 THE WAR WHOOP Sports Linksmen Battle Odessa Tuesday With but one lettcrman but loaded to the gills with experi- ence McMurry's Indians of the nolf links open their slate of matches next Tuesday March 4 with the Odessa College Wran- glers on the Municipal Golf Course here in Abilene. Honry Lone Loltorman Eddie Henry of Rising Star is the sole returning letter-winner on Coach Jerome Vannoy's unit but John Crow and Jerome Rob- erts of Abilene and Dob Prichett of Carlsbad N. M will add the needed backbone to this year's swingers. Hoth Roberts and Crow have had six years of junior high school golf while attending school here in Abilene. Prichett played high school golf in Carlsbad while Henry was with the Tribes- men ull during their matches last year. The first tournament for Van- noy's Warriors is the Southwest- ern Recreational in Fort Worth on March 14-15. Following their 30 holes of play in this meet they will enter the West Texas Rela...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 March 1958

VOL. 35 Boyd Comments By DON BOYD This last weekend wc were among the nine McMurry stu- dents who attended the tenth an- nual convention of the TISA in Fort Worth. Theie were a lot of things about the convention which impressed us the beauty of the TCU buildings where the sessions weio held; the fact that the TCU student union was filled every direction wc looked with students cither playing or working on a project of some kind or study- ing; but most of all the serious business whirh was coins on. Wc were proud that McMurry has a part in an organization which tries to help but not to enslave its members. We were proud that one of McMurry's own leaders David Bui row won such favor in the eyes of the conven- tion that ho is to bo the associa- tion's president for this coming 5 car. Burrow's victory was a well- descrved one and we would rec- ognize here the honor which it has brought not only to the Chief but to the Reservation which he leads. But at the same time we think he would be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 March 1958

rage 2 THE WAR WHOOP Thursday March 6 19S8 Lecturers Glimpse of the Globe By CONRAD CHERRY and REX WILLIAMS Comment The successful structure of a nation is dependent upon more things than government economy technological ad- vances etc. As important as these things are the situation within the country in rogatd to crime especially juvenile crime determines to a large degree the endurance of that country. We know from our study of ancient cultures that decay of the moral fibers and the corruption within the na- tion is a definite factor leading to its collapse. Hard cold facts stare us in the face regarding juvenile crime and delinquency in the United States. The percentage of crime committed in our nation by minors is so great that we hesitate to call ourselves "educated" or "cultured." It is no longer a matter of kid gangs meeting on a street corner for a fist brawl. Now it is a situation where a juvenile gang- ster quickly pumps three deadly bullets into his "cross-town" opponent ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 6 March 1958

Thunday March 6 1958 McMUHHY WAR WHOOP Pag 3 Record Number of McM Student Teachers Practicing This Semester By PAT YOUNG War Whoop Slaff With the start of the spring semester McMurry edusation sen- iors began the last lap toward getting their degrees. Sixty-six students (the largest number that McMurry has ever had in practice teaching says Dr. Morgan Young head of the Mc- Murry education department) will be working under professional teachers in the school systems of Abilene for the rest of this semester. These students have a minimum of 24 hours of professional educa- tion courses. The program of practice teaching will give them six more hours toward their final degrees. In securing a place for the in dividual student to teach forms were made by McMurry filled out by the student and sent to the schools here in Abilene. If the schools could use the student they notified the college. The students teaching in sec- ondary schools have to teach two hours a day while the elementary stud...

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