The War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 28, Ed. 1, Friday, May 16, 1969 Page: 4 of 8
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THE WAH WHOOP
May 16 1969
Cindy Huston Michclc Jami-
son Alan Throckmorton Joni
Harris and Dennis Alcorn were
selected as cheerleaders for
1000-70 in a general student elec-
tion Moy 8.
Tiic three women and two men
cheerleaders were elected after
ten finalists selected as a pre-
Berry Wins Prize
In Silver Contest
Heed & Barton Silversmiths of
Taunton Massachusetts have just
announced that Cyndy Berry has
been awarded one of the 100
"Starter Set" prizes for her entry
in the silver firm's 1000 Silver
Opinion Competition from nearly
30000 university women who en-
tered the contest this spring.
She will receive approximately
$75 in sterling fine china and
Her pattern selections were as
follows: Heed & Barton's "Classic
Hose" sterling Syracuse's "York-
town" china and Imperial's "Eti-
Miss Berry is a junior elemen-
tary education major from Rotan.
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SENIOR ASSEMBLY .... In a skit portraying dorm life at closing
hours Ted Routon plays the role of Mrs. Neoley Martin Dorm mother.
Roger Powoll and Judy van Hook have just come in from a dale.
S.T.O.D. (Senior Take Over Day) was last Thursday when seniors
locked undorclassmen administrators and faculty In Radford.
Seniors Satirize McM
Attend Class Picnic
"Convocation-Senior Style" was
the theme of the annual Senior
Assembly May 8.
Senior class president Gordon
Hubcnak of Fort Worth served
as Master of Ceremonies while
other senior students had a "last
fling." The piogram featured the
New Activity Fee
A student activity fee was voted
into existence by the student
body Tuesday on chapel cards at
the awards assembly.
The fee to be paid through the
business office as an additional
cost designates $2 to go to the
student's respective class for use
in any class activity.
A $3 charge will be added for a
campus parking sticker. Unlike
this year one sticker will be
valid for both semesters.
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llmlnary judging performed two
yells for students before the Sen-
ior Assembly Thursday.
Alternates chosen are Maria
Redelspcrgcr freshman from
Follott and Harlcy Murrell
sophomore from Gruvcr.
Other finalists Included Pauline
Womack a freshman from Lub-
bock; Nancy Tillman a junior
from Albany; and John Hilgcrs a
freshman from Del Jalle.
Miss Harris a sophomore from
San Angclo is an English major
Totem Beauty and a member of
Delta Beta Epsilon. Miss Jami-
son is a sophomore a Totem
Beauty and a member of Delta
Beta Epsilon. Miss Huston a
member of Theta Chi Lambda and
Totem Beauty is a biology major
from Raton New Mexico
. . .. ' '
All three girls were cheerlead-
ers this year.
Alcorn is a freshman business
major from Roswell N. M.
Throckmorton is a freshman
biology major from Abilene.
The new representatives of
McMurry's spirit will attend a
summer checrleading school with
next year's head cheerleader
Karl Heist a speech and drama
major from El Paso.
portraying of campus happenings
and the giving of such awards as
the "Buffalo Gap" "Impact"
"Trashmouth" "M c t r c c a 1 for
Lunch Bunch" "Fastest Man on
Campus" "Couple of the Year"
and the "Fickle Finger of Fate."
The annual assembly closed as
seniors left n closed casket on the
stage. As the audience awaited
its opening the seniors left Rad-
ford locking in students faculty
Following the senior stunt the
soon-to-graduatc students jour-
neyed to Cobb Park for a picnic.
Eating and softball were the main
activities of the morning. Dr. S.
B. Thompson served as sponsor
for the senior day events.
to the Seniors
5AX-PAC3ICE has alreB.!? be.3un or lh si newly elated cheerleaders. Theyare (left to
right) Cindy Huston Alan Throckmorton Jonl Harris head cheerleader Karl Heist Michele Jami-
son and Dennis Alcorn. .
Club officers for social and aca-
demic organizations for 1969-70
are as follows:
Alpha Ornicron Chapter of Delta
President and chaplain Shcr.
rie Pipkin; first vice-president
and publicity Ruth Cooley;
secretary Shirley Rawlins; treas-
urer and warden Judy Coving-
ton; director of musical activities
Janice Berger; second vice-president
and historian Ellen McRey-
nolds. Alpha Phi Omega
President Steven Campbell;
vice-president Mike Crevier; sec-
ond vice-president Al Rupprecht;
secretary Alex Kort; treasurer
Mike Knight; press secretary
Alpha Psi Omega
President Ted M. Routon; vice-
president Mike Crevier; secretary-treasurer
Mike Goode; his-
torian Judy Van Hook.
Alpha Sigma Chi
President Ed Robinson; vice-
president Lannie Baker; secre-
tary Barry Haenisch; treasurer
Bo Merrcll; Interclub David
Cain; intramural representative
John Hilgcrs; Sergeant-at-Arms
Jerry Halpin; historian Gordon
American Chomical Society
President Ricky Quy; vice-
president Tommy Splllman; secretary-treasurer
President Richard Gore; vice-
president Larry Robertson; re-
cording secretary Rick Stivers;
corresponding secretary James
Lemon; treasurer Bill Newton;
pledge master Royce Bennett; in-
tramural representative Bill
Bridges; interclub Joe Hudman;
sergcant-at-arms Darwin Brown;
historian Mickey Light; chaplain
Gamma Sigma Epsilon
President Joe Hudman; vice-
president Ricky Quy; secretary-
treasurer Irvin Hamilton.
Big Chief Bill Stcadman; sen-
ior big chief Scotty Brown; jun-
ior big chief Wesley Bloomshield;
Bcrlbe Ed Lara; keeper of the
Lodge Rodger Bell; parliamentar
ian Mike Rollins; intramural rep-
resentative Tommy McCall.
President Susan Baltes; vice-
president Janice Giles; secretary-
treasurer Diane Sauer; interclub
and pledge mistress Linda Chris-
tensen; chaplain Linda Chastain.
President Mike Landrum; vice-
president Dave Noll; secretary
Nancy LeMay; treasurer Eddie
Grand Sovereign Tim Faulken-
bcrry; councillor Ricky Quy; sec-
retary Tommy Spillman; chan-
cellor of the exchequer Truitt
Mitchell; Scribe Mike Goode;
historian Marvin Gregory;
Knights' Grand Commander Gill
Pi Delta Phi
President Lynne Strader; vice-
president Lydia Miller; secretary-treasurer
chaplain Ginger Mulllno; pledge
mistress Kathy Osborn; inter-
club Gloria Padilla; intramural
representative Gayle Harding.
President Joanna Barnett; first
vice-president Nancy Seitz; sec-
ond vice-president Katie Harri-
son; recording secretary Kathy
Farrell; corresponding secretary
Sharon Lyles; interclub Kathy
Holden; intramural representa-
tive Sherry Michl; keeper of the
keys Cindy Grady; chaplain
Carol Graham; historian Jill Har-
President Susan Baltes; vice-
president Sandra Fritz; secretary
Kathy Moore; treasurer Nita
Eads; artist and publicity Teresa
Quickel; historian Kay Schubert
and song leader Sue Lewis.
Women's Interclub Council
Kathy Moore president repre-
sentative of Theta Chi Lambda;
Sandra Fritz vice-president
president of Gamma Sigma and
Trisha McClintock secretary-
treasurer representative of Delta
FRIDAY. MAY 16
8 p.m. Band Spring Con-
cert Radford Auditorium.
SATURDAY MAY 17
8 p.m. Movie: "Mr. Rob-
8 p.m. Band Spring Ban-
quet Band Hall.
SUNDAY. MAY 25
3 p.m. Baccalaureate Serv-
ice and Commencement Rad-
ford. 4:30 p.m. Reception Honor-
ing McMurry Seniors Social
MONDAY JUNE 2
8 a.m. Summer School Registration.
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The War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 28, Ed. 1, Friday, May 16, 1969, newspaper, May 16, 1969; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth104093/m1/4/: accessed February 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting McMurry University Library.