The War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 28, Ed. 1, Friday, May 2, 1952 Page: 1 of 4
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McMurry Publications Sweep
Honors at Press Convention
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KDITORS SPONSOR EYE IjOOT War Whoop Editor Will
White editor-elect Scott Brookshire and publications sponsor
Frances Hynds seem well pleased with the results of the recent
TIPA contests. The college newspaper received the pictured
plaque for copping first place in the "B" division and McMurry
entries accounted for eight other places witnessed by the
Volume XXIX McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday
Head Cheerleader Ehrle
Names Two Assistants
Sonny Ehrle head cheerleader-
elect for 1952-53 has announced
Ken Wyatt and Will White as his
two assistants in that department.
Ehrle junior from Chlldreos
served as an assistant under Ed-
die Hill In 1951-52 and the first
term of his junior season trans-
ferred to the Naval Academy at
Annapolis. While there he acted
as freshman yell-leader and took
care of the Navy goat tradi-
Wyatt junior from Stephenville
also has experience in the cheer-
leading line he has been an as-
sistant under head cheerleader Joe
Craft the past year. White a jun-
ior from Olton has no previous
"There will be no women cheer-
leaders next year" according to
Ehrle "because of a general trend
In most of the colleges and uni-
versities to have all male yell lead-
ers. I believe that three men com-
prise a compact yell-leading staff
McM Voice Students
Perform in Recital
Laurl Lee TucKer Dorothy
Pride Paul Phy and Mildred
Akens four voice students of Dr.
Richard C. von Ende chairman
of the division of Fine Arts were
presented in a recital Monday night
in the Fine Arts Building.
Miss Tucker mezzo soprano
sang "The Joy of Love" by Mar-
tini "Come Buy" by Buzzi-Peccia
Rimsky-Korsakov's "The Nightin-
gale and the Rose" and "The Cue-
koo Clock" by Grizelle.
P Miss Pride soprano from Abilene
High School sang Qlordani's
"Dearest Believe" and "Were My
Songs With Wings Provided" by
Phy baritone sang "The Trump-
eter" by Dlx "Three for Jack" by
Squire and Kountz's "The Sleigh."
Mildred Akens mezzo soprano
sang "Love Has Eyes" by Bishop
"Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal"
by Quitter German's "Who'll Buy
My Lavender" and "I Heard You
Sing" by Coates
Mrs. George Tyson accompanied
all the singers.
and can effectively create a lot
of school spirit."
Ehrle went on to other details
of the business. "Tumbling nhould
he a major part of the cheer-
leading routines when It Is pos-
sible. Of course there are limi-
tations insofar as individual abil-
ity is concerned." Skits and
stunts will also play a prominent
role In next season's pep rallies
In conclusion Ehrle had this to
say: "We as cheerleaders are will-
ing to devote a majority of our
time next year to doing a good
job one that you as students of
McMurry will be proud of. In re-
turn we will expect the cooperation
cf the whole student body as well
as each Individual on the campus
so that next fall whether we win
or lose our opponents will be
forced to say that the students of
McMurry have a terrific spirit."
President Cooke Speaks
In Final Chapel Service
Dr. Harold G. Cooke president
of McMurry College will be the
speaker for chapel on May 8. This
service will be the last of the year's
Song direction will be under the
leadership of Jack Hall. Special
music for the service will be se-
lected by the Fine Arts Depart-
ment and announced later.
Chapel services for the past year
have come under the direction of
the Rev. H. Doyle Ragle head of
the Religion Department.
Gracy Advises Students
To Make Applications
Students desiring work pro-
grams during the 1952-53 school
year should come by the Busi-
ness Office and make application
Immediately according to a re-
cent statement by Garnet Gracy
This applies both to students
already serving campus jobs
and students desiring work pro-
grams according to Gracy
McMurry Press Club's recent
trip to the Texas Intercollegiate
Press Associatlnn convention In
Nacogdoches proved very profit-
able. The War Whoop took first
place among Class B papets and
nil three McMurry publications ac-
counted for eight more awards.
McMurry won more honors at
the convention than any other
school represented. Awards were
presented to the delegations at
the semi-formal banquet held on
Saturday night which brought
the convention to an end.
McMurry awards other than the
War Whoop were: poem by Wayne
Daniel first place; Totem edited
by Grace McWhorter third place;
cartoon by Harold Maples first
place; essay by Will White second
place; column by Will White
fourth place; photograph by Claude
May 2 1952.
Air Force Men Visit
McM for Interviews
Representatives of the United
States Air Force will be at the
McMurry Book Store on Monday
and Tuesday to discuss recent
changes In policy in the Aviation
Cadet program and to inform in-
terested students as to the type
of aircraft flown training received
advantages graduates will incur
upon completion of the program
and to answer any questions which
any student may care to ask.
Aviation cadet training is avail-
able to all qualified men who
have completed 60 semester
hours of college. Applicants must
be unmarried eltliens and be
between the ages of 19 and 26 i
at the time of application. The
Air Force Is primarily interested
in securing applications from
college graduates or from men
who will complete their college
training at the conclusion of this
semester; however applications
will be accepted from men who
will be forced to discontinue their
college training after at least
two academic years.
The Air Force is undergoing a
tremendous expansion at present.
Qualifications for participation in
the Aviation Cadet program have
undergone a considerable change.
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HEAD 1952-58 CLASSES Recent class elections placed these
three men in places of responsibility as class presidents. Bob
Epps left will head the junior class; Bert Affleck center was
elected sophomore prexy; and Hichard Deats will guide the
senior class through next year's activities.
Morrison fourth place; advertising
by Betty Stephens third place;
and featuie by Don Ramsey third
Eich of the first place winners
win awatded a certificate and n
$5.00 check. Other 'winners were
given a certificate showing how
their entry placed. Publications
uch as the War Whoop received
.in engraved plaque for first place.
Eighteen colleges had repre-
sentation at the convention
which lasted from Thursday tin-
IN HOME STRETCH
Dead Weec Begins Mon.;
Final Tests Start May 12
For instance men need to watch
their guides because the draft is
watching them. Along the same
line athletes there's a Texas Con-
ference tilling about grades.
Then there's the rule about rep-
lesenting the college on tour or
convention it's necessary to have
a C average. Also no student of-
fices can be held without a good
scholastic standing nor are social
clubs allowed to pledge a student
who doesn't have a C average.
To keep that scholarship your
grades have to be good. And last
but far from least you have to
contend with your parents if those
grades are low.
Schedule for final examinations
which begin Monday May 12 at
8:00 a.m. has been released by
Jerome Vannoy registrar.
Monday May 12: It MWF 9-
IS; 8 TT 3-5.
Tuesday May IS 10:80 TT
9-13; 8 MWF 2-5.
Wednesday May 149 MWF
9-13; 1 MWF 3-5.
McMurrians Entertain at
Kiwanis Pancake Supper
Nine students from the McMur-
ry Fine Arts department enter-
tained at the Kiwanis Club Pan-
cake Supper at Rose Field House
Hardin-Simmons Tuesday night.
Vocalists were Harold Rucker
Jean Seller Billy Geron and Bobby
Boyd. The saxophone quartet com-
posed of Gary Zook Nelda Vaugh-
ter Margaret Grlsham and Wayne
Daniel presented several selections
and Linda Lockett played a piano
solo. Mrs. George Tyson played
piano accompaniment for the vocal
Dr. Richard C. von Ende head
of the fine arts department ar-
ranged McMurry's part on the
program. Other Abilene schools
til Saturday. Delegates from Mc-
Murry were Will White tau
loan Watklns Iris Kendall Blllle
dandy Orlo Mitchell taurl
Tucker and Ncott Brookshire.
Np.-inior for the group was Fran-
Convention activities consisted
of business meetings and discus-
sion groups during the day and
various forms of entertainment at
night. Next year's convention will
be held at Midwestern University
which is located in Wichita Fnlls.
Thursday May 1510 MWF
9-13; 1 TT 3-5.
Friday May 163:80 TT ff-12;
2 MWF 2-5.
Dead week begins Monday. No
social functions will be held on the
campus to make it convenient for
all student to study. It's nice to
make good grades just to have
good grades but there are other
i easons too.
Edwin Council senior from An-
son has been awarded a scholar-
ship at the University of Texas
graduate school for the 52-53 term.
The scholarship provides tint
$500 be given to Connell to spend
full time working
on his Master's
degree in the
field of mathe-
matics. He will gradu-
ate from McMur-
ry May 20 with
a Bachelor of
Arts degree. His
major is mathematics and minor
While in school he has been a
member of Alpha Chi national
scholastic society the Science
Club and the Future Teachers of
McM HSU Host to
63 Jr. High Bands
McMurry and Hardin-Simmons
were hosts to 63 high school and
junior high school bands Friday
and Saturday for the annual Uni-
versity Interscholastic League Mu-
sic Competition festival Region II.
The festival was divided into
three divisions: concert playing
marching and sight leading. At
the conclusion of tlie.se contests
each band was given a lating of
from one to five.
Thlity-six of the bia.K played
:it McMuiiy where Raymond T.
Bynum served as overseer. March-
ing contests were held at F.iii
Final Edition of Whoo-)
Scheduled for May 15
Final edition of the War Whoop
w.ll be releised Thursday May 15
according to Will White editor.
The issue will be dedicated to the
1B52 seniors and will feature a
two-page picture section present-
ing a review of the 1951-52 school
There will be no War Whoop
during Dead Week arcoidlng to
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