The McM War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 22, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 13, 1978

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Class Officers
Elected To MSG
The l7H-7 version of the
McMurrv Student Government
was completed with class elec
tions Tuednv A President mill
fiv e senators w ere elc cted lv tin
current Ireshmen sophuinoio
and junior classes
Tlie elections saw several
hotlv contest d rniesaswellasa
Tew suciessful write in cam-
p ugns
lolin dates san elitted as
President ol the l')7H 71) senioi
class Gates defeated l.eo
Huang
Rnndv Stinnett ami Rtuie
Unitie ran succcssfullv lot
senior class senators Also
elected were Hvn Black and
Susan Uvnutn. hoth Its wnte-in
campaigns Clnine DuntinK alio
received a uumlier of wnte in
votes hut was dis(ualiHed foi
office Mime she has alreadv hi en
elected a clu ei leader
Unrue To Lead
Insight 78-79
Indian Insight McMurrv
student foundation has an
nuunced its officers and new
memherH Tor 197H-79
Bruce Unrue a junior from
Ahilene him heen named Presi-
dent of the group Bruce is a
speech education minor and is
involved in the McMurry Baud
and Jazz Ensemble as well as
being a co editor of the WAR
WHOOP
Selected Vice-President of II
was Cindy Mucker Cindv is a
sophomore from San Angela and
will also servo us V-Pofthe MSG
next fall
The remainder of the steering
committee will consist of Dehhie
Hulse Special Events Susan
Bynum College Relations and
Karen Leonard Public Rein
tions
New members of Indian In-
sight include Donna .lean An-
derson Mnrihcth Dillman Boh
Cervetto Cindy Gieene Cathy
Hamblen Sandy Knapp Mona
Kvapil Margaret Manry
Cynthia Porter Vickie Hakes-
traw Sally Robertson Debbie
Waldraff Janna Wyatt
Suzanno Wernei Wayne Heece
and Joan Alexnnder
Returning members include
Kay Bedingficld Susan Bynum
Cindy Holdon Nancy Pittard
Sharon Thompson
Indian Insight has just been
given an office in the Admis-
sions Complex of the Mnedgen
Building The group's sponsor is
Valarie Jones Admissions
Counselor
Indian Insight has many func-
tions but one of its primary con-
cerns is to reach prospective
students patents and alumni
and inform them of McMurry's
goals and activities Indian In-
sight members are active in
McMurry's Hospitality Nights
Dehliie llulse hecame the
junior class president d fenting
lerrau lavloi
Junioi i lass senate seats unit
tn Susan Hvans Hill Krv.C'andv
McCnunell and Scott Pender
grass I hereisstillotievaianiv
Kevin Kirhv lollowul up his
Ireshman piesidencj hv being
eleilul ircsid( nl of the sopho
moieilasH Knliv deleated lish
I n di'iiik in the rate
Coinpli ting the list ol
senatois rcpresi nting the
soplmiiioie i lass aie Janice
Rrvnnt l.isn ( ampin II Anne
(ioodlot Hulne Biinnnge and
Lisa N' l-on
I he Attoinev Geneinl s office
again went unfilid lor Ihis of
fke vvas supposed to he elided
with last months executive
elections hut no one Tilt d A pet-
ition was taken out this time
New Indian
Membership
when' the help provide infor
mutton to various high schools
around the state of Texas in ad-
dition to their participation at
the annual fund raising dinner
which is held to provide funds
for the coming school v ear's
basic iu (lis
McM Publications
Take Nine Awards
Kathv Cobb Cathy Core and
Martlnn won three fust
place honors as McMurrv Col-
lege students copped nine publi
cations awards Saturday at the
Texas Intercollegiate Press As-
sociation convention in Brown-
wood The McMurry group also
hi ought away six second place
awards from the Thursday
through Saturday event on
Howard Payne University cam-
pus I)r Gene Rtstet McMurty
English chairman accompanied
them
Manly nn won first with a
yearbook photo and Ms Core a
first for yearbook section on or-
ganisations Ms Cobb won first
in the literary magazine short
story with "What's the Matter
with Monsters "
Newspaper seconds were a
bright by Kay Bedmgfield and a
sports advance b Kit Kimbrell
Yearbook seconds were a color
featute photo by Randy Bakei
and academic section copy by
Susan Blassmgame
Literary magazine seconds
weie a photo by Randy Baker
only McMurry btudent to win
twice and a line illustration
by Jan Bennett
but vvas not turned in before the
filing deadline
The Attorney General and one
senator from the junior and
sinior classes will now have to
he appoint) d h MSG President.
Pam Burnett Freshman class
officers will he elected next fall
I he new MSG will hold its
first miettng Mondav night at
5 .10 in the Board Room in
Maedgen 'I he now officers will
he installed and the new
senators will take their seats
Jungmeyer To Follow
Tyrone Black As McM
Dean of The College
Dr Paul Jungmeer has been
named to succeed Dr Tyrone
Black as Vice President for
Academic Affairs of McMurrj
College nnnnounces Dr
I homas K Kim McMurry pres-
ident Dr Black has resigned effec-
tive June 1 at McMurry He has
been appointed new Chairman
of the Economics Department at
the University of Southern Mis-
sissippi Dr Jungmeyer has been serv-
ing as Administrative Assistant
to the McMurry President for
the past two years He joined the
McMurry faculty as Chairman
of the McMurry Education Divi-
sion in 1975
Jungmeyer has continued to
serve as education head even
while taking on new adminis-
trative assistant duties The lat-
ter have included overseeing
McMurry's summer school
Dyess AFU program and other
special programs of the college
"Dr Jungmeyer is nn energe-
tic and highly talented adminis-
trator" said Dr Kim "We re-
gret losing Dr Black who has
done much good work for
McMurry but we are fortunate
in having Dr Jungmeyer tn the
administration and thoroughly
familiar with our organization
Dr Black says he looks for-
ward to his new position because
it involves less administrative
duties and will allow more time
for his primary interests in
teaching nnd research Black
was a professor of economics at
the Mississippi university be-
fore accepting the McMurry
deanship
Jungmeyor a native of
Jamestown Missouri studied at
Lincoln University before earn-
ing his BS degree in education at
the University of Missouri in
1961
He added his MA degree in
history and his PhD degree in
educational curriculum and in-
struction hoth from Texas A&M
University
MOPPING THEIR SLATE CLEAN??? Pledges ol T.I.P. social club
shew their dedication to the school by swabbing the decks ol Iris
Graham Dining Hail last Wednesday evening. A multitude ol other
students looked on and some even got Involved in the activities.
(Photo by Mark Miller)
Dr Jungmejer taught in Col-
umbia Missouri public schools
and at Texns A&M before coin-
ing to Abilene
DR. PAUL JUNGMEYER
Jungmeyer is nn nid htstorj
buff who has taught Maj Term
courses in the Foxfire approach
to folklore He is also quite in-
terested in photograph and has
been preparing n public exhibi-
tion of historic photogiaphs
Before joining McMurrj Dr
Jungmeyer was Social Studies
Coordinator of the Abilene In-
dependent School District
1971-75
Dr Jungmeyer nnd his wife
the former Olivia Ann Leigh
Clinic Held
For Jogging
Enthusiasts
A jogging clinic will be held
this Fridny April 1 1 at the
Pack Paddle and Sports Shop
in Radford Hills Shopping
Center
Two clinics nre scheduled the
first at 3 30 and one in the even-
ing at 7 30
have a son Paul Jr 5 and
daughter Ennlj 1
He is active in the Key City
Kiwants the National and West
Texas Councils for Socinl
Studies Texas Council for So-
cial Studies Phi Delta Kappa
Texas State Teachers Associa-
tion and other professional
groups
Dr Jungmeyer wns chairman
of the committee which super-
vised the recently completed
quarter million dollar remodel-
ing of McMurry's Old Main
Building He a No led a recent
McMurrv self study for the state
teacher accreditation agency
Business Students
Win PBL Contests
McMurrv College business
students won four first places
two seconds and two thirds in
competitions nt the state con-
vention of Phi Bctn Lambda
meeting Friday and Saturday in
Fort Worth
Taking first place honors were
Glenn Laxson of Abilene in
economics Debbie Cnry of
Abilene in executive secretnry
Terry Warren of Abilene in bus-
iness law and Terry Thompson
of Abilene in future business
teacher exams
Alan Herman of Abilene took
a second in accounting II and
Kay Swinnqy of Abilene was
second as Miss Future Business
Executive
Lois Spears of Abilene wns
third in business communica-
tions and Mary Lord of Nueces
wns third in business administ-
ration Jack Thompson of McMurry
business faculty wns sponsor ac-
companying the McMurry group
to the meeting of the national
business honor society Dr
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. The McM War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 22, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 13, 1978. Abilene, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth104316/. Accessed September 2, 2014.