The War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 22, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 30, 1960 Page: 2 of 4
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Police For So. 14th Exit
WIDE WIDE WORLD
CI TT&.JUjf A D I TINT1 The top spot In news this week rocs to the African Riot1?.
MJMMAKliIll V While they have bettlcd down somewhat this Is an opportun-
ity to point out .some of the general points to look for in w-
We would like to c x p r e s s ture reVolts of this type and rest assured there will be future
For all you So. Mth entei'ers UIKC note: of AHan Ramsey fiom Mc- First c must remember the past. The Dutch scttlcis who
TllO Administration after realizing that the Murry He served McMurry anded n South Afrlca arc rcprcsCntatlves of all the Anglo-
r-vit it hpinir used as illeirallv as it is has hired a well the two years and seven s wh0 ttlcd ln the underdeveloped and primitive uicas
ON It IS bung USC( US U - '" y . ''t who entel months he was here. of the worId. Tnese peopie did not settle these difficult areas
policeman to patrol that exit. htlUientS no tnu-i Kamsoy has hcld dowll wlthout expccting something In return. These lands weie rich
the exit will be fined 111 the business Otliee. several jobs that a person m raw material and free or cheap labor. This all started at the
The fines incurred for entering the exit Will with less steady nerves could beginning of the seventeenth century. That means that for
1 f li .ii lu f ri .. indent rill Graduate or not have done. Not only was three hundred year we of the superior white race have been
have to be mid betoie a stu I en t( t m gii Miujeoi he pubUclty ducctor for the clevatlng and cducating the primative races of the wmid
before his bill IS marKed Clear in llie UUbintss colleRe (witinj news stories whlle it is an admittedly slow process we should not bo
office. being at any meeting that surprised that they have learned one of the basic Ideas which
Ati-iin it needs to be stated that the reason had anything to do with Mc- paiates men from animals That is the awaieness of oneself
.1 iu c Hth nl M-ivtin Dni-m streets are Murry) but also he dhectcd as'an individual and thc desire foi free opportunity to exei else
that the ho. Hth and ftiaitm uoim suclis an. a stnff Qf four studcnt sec. O0dBlvcn ghts and abilities.
blocked where they are IS to improve the campus rcUulcs wh0 heiped i h0nd- It ls also natUral that those who have made their living
traffic situation: cutting off traffic that use the ing out news stories files f01. centuries by supresslng thee backwaid and unlearned
r-immm ns -i hv-ii'iss of the SO l'ltn UllCl SaVlCS pictures eic aim ijuinun-u peoples would rebel at any aucmpvs uy hic uwh.." "'.
m. .'.lV I lV J three of the four publications themselves Though perhaps oversimplified this ls basic-ally
1 IS1 1 t 1C lfllt. .. c rl Minn linlnnrl n ..... .. l.l -. !.! In- WntpVi It plosplv. for Without
rtC"y..U.":l'.ly.U "'".." ... -... .Wll V(c hlf.
Niklta Knrusncnev nas once uymu w""" 1
7 ..'.. . inrce 01 uie iuur puuucuuuiis themselves Tnougn pcrnaps ovtiaimiJiuitu v...o .o - ......j
tnilllC llgllt. on campus and then helped the ciux of the world revolution Watch it closely for without
111 looking over the parking Situation we wlth the fourth. a doubt every single Individual of this geneiatlon will be dl-
rcalize that there arc more cars than there are other activities that Ram- rectiy affected by its results. tih..tMi his bit
.es. This IS a problem that all Students " ! Jc a towa d Zm confusion and lopsided propaganda. His latest
not JUSt Student government. Pass Xh v 01 the offer to accept pait of the West's terms foi dlsaimament aie
ideas for improvements to Student g T AUeisgate Meth- naive as well as moie double talk Uom je ina""'1
... ...a ..... " wuhnntn rinnht.nroriuce moie corn of both types than the u b.
iuuvu ua wc. no inuii. w...w - --.
without a doubt produce moic corn of both types than the u b.
i.: ..1 MM:.. It. . ..i.Ulin 4 ViH nil ctiifleiitd snv wns enuaned In weie
' T ' ....i. i. r... ennntm nc UtK. Ill
can solve not
alone vour ideas lor improvements to stuueut boar.
irovei nmenl officials. odist Church.
I.'.vni'vluiilv lilcf.s tn n:irlc as close to the nlace Wc also want to say that
that he is going to as he possibly can; there's no "T 'nnmk'with submlt t0 our contol1 and insPectlon but is S?i """':!
i i . i .. ti t K.t ....rf .1 UnciVlm-itinvi fnv hlck ln hls new woik wltii t underground test ng As anyone can see there aie still
(loilbt about that but safety and COllSldei atlOll tOl stnr stccl. hundreds of details to be woiked out before disarmament con
Others cannot be dispensed With. We feel like we sent in evcn begln and then It will be five to ten years befoie it is
WT 11 1tU. tv i..iiiiiirl nil nH.nimhile cfll. ....n .wrl ntnrlnl fnr thp nn.lnf n1
r1.nt4 tint von -ire -isked not to drive VOUl1 car contest All we have to do Finally while it is of the utmost Importance that we be
dents lll.lt you .UC asKCU not to iuivl .youi lu sce lf . d on nt n all parts of thc wolW the only action
to the Classroom building. llUS ailOWS moie .... llm think so too. wp run nartlclnate in is oiu own campus politics and those of
lie omy quuiuicuiiuii iui vuuut u. .-.u-bona
fldo mcmbei of the student body
lo linn. l
1. IT LUIlJIHb .. "w .M ..w... .
v?urSe1topCpHnh1 "tS atthinSrYou-w
Sr of"1!. S conferences Z foi each of us to demand the
""""' : I' . " best student leadetsliip posslDie oiten tno naraest woikci is
the other day What aie we . . . lnnk.. hn k .siannliic. loke telllnc neison If we
fliintu t vit vim 'ire ms ken nor to I rive VOUl1 Car contest ah vm: huvv.- .u v.o ramny wiim- i. ui m
dents lll.lt 0U aie asKCU ot l" nl v- -;"11';" ow Is sit back and see if Informed on events in all pa
to the classroom building. llUS allOWS moie the judK think so too. we can participate In is oiu
()i f-campU Students to use the parking facilities n s lnls wlUcr3 hope that our nation and state The on
and eases the congestion of cars around the Cooke McMuny will continue as a dent elections is to be a bona
Pillinir naS member of TIPA oi of some that Is cauying at least 12 h
'lmB' tXZ inirnalism confcicnic and . .These are not the popu
Si I elder
voting for?" The question elect Ujls typ(J of candldate we should expect and be happy
was far fiom being innocent; wltn just thal good looks back-slapping and loke telling lie
but. nonetheless it needs tO .i nniuiiit nnnwnH i lnt finm vnm stiirlnnt. lpnili'is.
"Tii Ileal Arminil die Hush'
Tills I'xpii'sslon Is a bifllei
vithout the backgiound stoiy.
Noblemen In Men ye Olde
1 ngl.uule did a lot of wild
pl hunting The kind with
l ioi .liaip tusks Now these
hi'u- bo us hid out In the
slilnneiv and the noblemen
h id to use their sin Is to go
pi oddlng aiouml the bushes
to get the ili;s out ln the
open Mini1 than one peasant
met his doom li.uing flushed
one ol these wild pigs out
Ho the natural thing to do
wis soita beat aiounel the
bush and let sleeping pigs
he This tiled up the noble
man no end and he accused
the peasants of beating
loiind the bush oi evading
A b.ugaln Is a sort of
come-on which Implies that
eieat nleasuie ln living to
ram each other with tin
Iron . canned beak which
Wo loam bv doing sim-
ple educational theory. We
earn how to run government
.. rivnrf Vn Mi. f.nnl. nf the bv lunniiiE out ktudent gov
. ....Hn. Mniu tim uiiwi im eminent
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this beak was 'lo&tium'
'W'henevtr a Roman cav
tain won a vlctoiy at sea he
would have the beaks oi
l ostiums sawed off the
beaten ships and caited
back to Rome They would
be put on display ln fiont of
the speakers stand in thc
Foium oi the market place In
Rome The captain would
then oi ate on what a won-
dciful seaman he was with
his war ti opines piled in
front of him.
Tills happened quite often
and the speakeis platorm be-
came known as the place of
the beaks or l ostium
obsL-ive how this display
of tumbles and oration will
If thc McMurry student
government seems useless
blame 11 not on the theory
of student government but
on thc officcis that hold
vaiious offices Llect better
ones for the future pays
the stole ownei wtll pet no occur even today behind Mc
rl. r Tt ...11 . .. ... .l.n nr..-
niofll fiom the sale It will
hn any gain As you know
this woiks In the customers
direction nunc often than
1 saw a bl; battle between
Roman and enemj ships in
the movie ' Hen-llui" in
I'dllasi last weekend and w.w
n minded of the stoiy of a
wind ou hear quite often.
These ships' captains took
Mutiy rostiums in the com
ing student elections.
How aie a little baby and
a steam engine similar''
They both have a tendei be-
The Student Association
elections arc to be held this
Thursday and other Impoi-
tant elections will be held on
the two following Thursdays
These elections are more
impoitint than most stud-
ents piobably think Many
students aie not satisfied
with student life and aie not
Intcicstcd in student alfaiis
Pei haps some think that
there is not anything on thc
campus that Is wot thy of
their attention If someone
happens to think this way
this is thcti chance to ex-
li ess themselves either as
candidates for office or as
student voters who demand
that the candidates cxpicss
tl kUllil l.UUJllim.11 WllllMlIM . -V ... JW.. . .
You'd be sutpiised how much they can deliver when tiny
know It's demanded of them. Most hnpoitant THINK then
VKJIU. " iirv itniiy
Letter to the Editor
DEAR EDITOR system is the responsibility
We aie being sold down of all even ln a college sit-
the liver It ls happening in uatlon. This tieedom that all
McMurLV student ovcin- of us enjoy will be sticngth-
ment today. For this reason ened or will be lost by most
I am compelled to leave my of us Student government
compaiatlve tianqullity and work takes loyalty and woik
teport what I see. and too much time Its 1m-
In the fhst place Dr. mediate benefits aie shoit
Thompson Mis Chappel and lived at best Its oei all ie-
other leadeis interested In suits: a moie lmpiessive ap-
students' rights have woiked plication foi woik oi gradu-
exhcmcly haid to obtain ate school a chance for self-
what few pilvilcges we have impiovement an oppoitunity
in making our own decisions to have helped youi college.
Those piivlleges aie now be- This is what I am savin1;
ing Jeopaulized by students Editor. Student poveinment
you have chosen to represent ar we know It has existed at
you. McMuny only seven yens;
They aie jeopardized by we could lose it In the vcai'
leadeis who huuledly pass 1959-60. much has been ac-
over Important facts Just to compllshed in student gov-
get through - without pro- eminent on the positive side
motlng constiuctlve action; of the ledger. In many in-
by thoughtless lepiesenta- stances the woik oi the Sen-
tlvcs who needlessly miss ate was a gieat benefit to the
committee and general meet- student body; at other times
their policies and lcpicsent billty.
hus wheie you need to be
represented; bv students
like me who have accepted
a student body office and
have allowed outside woik-
lng conditions to intcrfeie
with their elected lesponsi-
l.lillulij.il waaIIv fliif-lMf tk crlinnl TMr. Ttantrmlipr
through May except for stated viu'ittlon periods by the
students of McMurry College Abilene Texas.
Opinions expressed herein are those of the paper and
Its editorial-staff and do not necessarily reflect the atti-
tudes of the college or Us adtniiiUtratloii.
the students that elect them.
Expiesslon of issues and
prospective policies ln con-
crete terms by the candi-
dates has often been lacking
in the past. In the class elec-
tions and the Senate elec-
tions it often has been thc
practice for the first candi-
date to make a speech ln
vague tennt. on what he or
wc floundered ln Incompe
tency. At these times the
leadcishlp was elthei too
weak or too busy to pull us
out of our acknowledged
apathy. This docs not con-
demn our leadcishlp foi 1
don't know that nnvnno
could have helped the situa-
tion The apathy stems fiom
the student body If they de-
mand a stiong student gov-
ernpient to piotoct their
hard won rights they will
have It But thev must de
mand clear unbiased lntel-
suusukiition ruici: $2 per year
Your mivilegos are also be
ing jeopaulized by you . . .
you who neglect to vote.
S4 crcte terms by the candi- Your apathy bleeds lncom-
A 11 II 1 dates has often been lacking petence; Incompetence ln a
'f J W t.i thn tvist in thn iinss nlec. student Government bilngs
control fiom higher authoi-
tv Tlinl Is twhnt. ls nt ctfikn
ln this flection and the next llcent leadership at the polls.
and the next - whether we The pioblem lies within thc
mill lf...n cnmA f flin Gnu cf.irlnnf lirvrlv TIV. nn pffee
vague luniia uu wjiui. uc " . ..... u . u-j u....v
she will do if elected and for ln our affairs as students of tlve democracy they must
the rest of the candidates to McMurry or whether we will continue and continue to dc-
simply get up and say that lgnomously turn over our mand this high leadership
ho first nnrsnn hnd said pv. freedom of choice to a more If the student body doesn't
Pat Younir Bitchier actly what he had planned "efficient" outhority. care about these haid - won
vw...v. TWM0..V - ... . . 1 .-.. JI--J u . ln nra I.ab n...r. nl-V.i Irnrl nrfrpl
fiuorLs Editor ... Paul Holcomb like to add that- ne nopea jeoparaizea oy you wno are ises ana no jair-iuuruu urn;.
Photokranhor .- JCent' Morpin that everyone would come quaUfled .for a campus office will be able to hold student
RcDortcrs' " t and vote for te candl- nnd "do not chooso to run." government on a productive
Ti- t- !. P....U o n- "u n.iif. rtatp-nf-hu Vhnipp. .. ' TfttaMy' of courseyn personaL-plany -'
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