The War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 16, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 17, 1966 Page: 1 of 4
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PREPARING THEIR QUES-
TIONS for the Model United
Nations Assembly in St. Louis are
Paul Lack Mark Holcomb Craig
Goodrum and Tommy Jordan.
The dally paper usually changes
their points of view on Laos'
policy. (Not shown is delegate
Ri:k von Ende.)
What Is Laos7 World Policy?
This question is foremost in the thoughts of the McMurry representatives to the U. N. meeting
as they attempt to keep up with the policies of Laos through constant reading and studying.
Five to Represent
Far East Delegation
At Model UN Meet
How would ou like to be a delegate to the United
Nations? Five McMuny men will journey to St. Louis Mo
to participate in the Midwest Model United Nations meeting
It may bo fun but so far the Sophomoic senator Craig Good-
representatives of Laos fiom Mc- rum will discuss the Apartheid
Murry have found little fun in Policy of South Afiica and the
studying the ways their country question of Tibet in the Social
votes or perhaps will vote in the Humanitarian and Cultuial Com-
United Nations General As- nutlee.
sembly or in the committees Qn th(J Tiustccghip Committee
H ck vonEnde. Paul Lack Cra.g gophomolc Mnrk Hoicomb who
Goodium. Mark Holcomb. and s plcpnunB t0 debatc tho prob.
Tommy Joulan will each be on a om of Soulhcrn Rhodcsln nnd lho
committee and must prepare two pioblem of ernt0les undci Por-
qucilions that his committee will t ge Adminislrnllon.
Senior class piesident Rick von Peaceful use of outei space and
Ende is a member of the Political the financing of a peimanent
and Security Committee which United Nation Force aie the
will discuss disarmament and topics confronting the Legal Corn-
arms control and the question of '""tec and junior senator Tommy
Chinese repiescntation. Joulan
Senior student judge Paul Lack The delog.it on's hardest piob-
mects with tho Special Political 1cm seems to bo tho continuously
Committee whose job it is to pro- changing role and situations of
poso a settlement of the Palestine Laos Each day's paper brings
question and decide whether the new and sometimes startling pol-
Unitcd Nations should consider icy changes the group admitted
a permanent arms force. when having their picture made.
Debaters to Enter
Four debaters leave Friday for
a two-day tournament at Stephen
F. Austin College in Nacogdoches.
Bertie Alexander and Steve
Foster and Barbara East and
Mack Waldnp will enter the
Piney Woods Speech Tournament
The final enrollment figure for
the 1966 spring semester on the
reservation stands at 1558 with
1309 students on-campus and 250
students registered at Dyess Air
Force Base Jerome Vannoy col-
lege registrar announced.
The freshman 'class has 465
students; sophomore 285; junior
234; senior 257; and special grad-
uate students number 68.
Identical with the 1965 spring
semester is the 1966 on-campus
enrollment however the Dyess
enrollment is lower.
Men outnumber women in all
categories except for special stu-
dents. There are 239 freshmen
men and 226 freshmen women
169 sophomore men and 116
sophomore women 133 junior
men and 101 women 149 senior
men and 108 women and 34 men
who are special students and 34
as representatives of the foren-
sics team from the Reservation.
The event has only debate for
competition so Mrs. Muriel Bur-
ress teamed experienced Bertie
Alexander and Barbara East with
beginning debaters Steve Foster
and Mack Waldrip.
All speech majors the members
of the forensic teams volunteer
for participation in extra curri-
cular activities attending only a
forensics workshop to prepare for
Bertie Alexander is a sopho-
more from Abilene who is minor-
ing in history. Last year she
was acclaimed Debater of the
Year for her work at McMurry.
She also works at Cox Memorial.
The other half of Bertie's
team is Steve Foster a freshman
from Adrian minonng in govern-
ment. In high school he played
basketball track volleyball and
golf while he debated on the
Barbara East heads the other
team. She is a sophomore
from Abilene minoring in govern-
ment and a member of Alpha Psi
Alpha. She works for KNIT
radio and Lerner's Dress Shop.
Mack Waldrip composes the
other half of Barbara's team. He
is an Abilene freshman minoring
in French and working for
KWKC AM-FM. Besides speech
work in high school he played in
ABILENE TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1966
Twenty-two Achieve Straight A's
107 Collegiates Named
To Dean's Honor List
Dean of faculty Howard Ram- ington Thomas II and Mrs. Betty Breedlovc Margie Bnggs Mary
sey released the fall semester's V. Webb. Margaret Buzan Lindn Sue
Dean's List which composes the Otheis making the Dean's list ver Vl
top 10 per cent of the student are Mrs. Bette Bass Mrs. Ima Jerry Dean Campbell Tonya
bodv academically Jean Bcattv' Valerie Gay Black Childs Sabra Clifton Mrs Mary
Christina Carol Bolan Barbara (Continued on Page 4)
At the top of the list those
making foui point averages are
Donald Howard Allen Larry
George Brunner Genette Sue
Cudd Richard Wayne Ellis
Tommy Gill Craig Goodrum
Mclvin Ronald Hamby Fred R.
Hamilton Martha Joy Hart Mrs.
Edna E. Hill Eleanor Virginia
Hiner Cindy Lu Holland Carl
Hubbard Mrs Georgia Kimbrell
Helen Ruth Lemon Mrs. Montie
Mead Stephen Mittlestet Karen
Pashman Sharon Reeves Mrs.
Kay Nelson Rogers Charles Well-
Rush Activities Underway
Women Host Tea Today Men Continue Smokers
'u Chi Omicron and Eta Epsilon
Iota opened the 1960 round of
fyl smokers at the beginning of this
J week with KIVA ending the first
week of smokers Friday evening
The women have planned a
Rush Tea for all women who
want to participate in the rush
season activities. The tea will be
held in the Martin Dorm Lobby
from 5 30 until 7.00 this after-
noon. Each rushee is expected
' to be in attendance.
Monday evening the members
of Alpha Psi Alpha will start the
rush parties for the women's night and Ko Sari's smoker tho
clubs. same evening.
... mr -. Alter Friday night's rush
Tuesday n gh TIP and Gamma n Qnd
Sigma highlight the evening for P ;ho tQ mc o
the women rushees while IHR a t of glence 0
sponsors a smoker iiu men .. . . ...- .; ot
clubs without social club voices
Pi Delta Phi and Delta Beta to interfere with each woman's
Epsilon host tho women prospects decision
on Thursday evening as Alpha Saturday morning men will
Sigma Chi entertains prospective sjgn their bids and women are
men pledges. to meet with Dean of Women
Closing the rush season will be Atvaleo Chappell to sign thoir A BOX OF VALENTINE CANDY and a big smilo aro presented Jo
Kappa Phi's and Theta Chi preference cards. Lists of pledges Valentino Sweetheart Karen Maloch by senior class president Rlclc
Lambda's rush parties on Friday will be reieasea buoui noon.
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The War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 16, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 17, 1966, newspaper, February 17, 1966; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth104003/m1/1/: accessed November 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting McMurry University Library.