McMurry College War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 67, No. 8, Ed. 1, Friday, February 9, 1990 Page: 5 of 8
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McMurry WAR WHOOP Feb. 9 1990
McMuny College's spring se-
mester enrollment increased by 65
students over the 1989 tally official
12th-day figures released Feb. 1
McMurry's final enrollment for
the spring was 1592 students com-
pared with 1527 in thespringof 1989
an increase of 43 percent.
"Counterfeit;" a hit
BY ANDREW SHROYFiR
Martin L. Gore has shocked the
musical alternative scene with his
debut solo album Counterfeit ep.
Gore's previous landmark band Dc-
peche Mode paved the way for his
unique lyrical style that is evident in
the album's hit single"Gonc"Though
Dcpcche Mode was virtually unno-
ticed by the Rock scene because of
their progressive style their Black
Celebration album has proved his
individualism from Dcpcche Mode's
stereotypical motif. And his uncanny
1 . B-52's - Cosmic Thing
2. Phil Collins -... But Seriously
3. Billy Joel - Storm Front
4. Janet Jackson - Rhythm Nation 1814
5. Paula Abdul - Forever Your Girl
6. Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever
7. Mill! Vanilll - Girl You Know It's True
8. Aerosmith - Pump
9. New Kids On The Block - Hangiri Tough
10. Bobby Brown - Dance. . .Ya Know It
Top Ten College
1 . Kate Bush - The Sensual World
2. The Jesus and Mary Chain - Automatic
3. The Creatures - Boomerang
4. Ian McCulloch - Candleland
5. Psychedelic Furs - Book of Days
6. Laurie Anderson - Strange Angels
7. The Wonder Stuff - Hup
8. The Primitives - Pure
9. Ministry - The Mind Is A Terrible Thing
10. Smithereens- 11
The increase was both in full-
time and part-time students said Dr.
Paul E. Jungmeycr dean of the col-
lege. "That's a good increase. We're
pleased with that" Jungmeycr said.
Classes began atMcMurry Janu-
ary 1 6 and end May 1 1 . Graduation is
scheduled for Sunday May 13.
voice infiltrates your thoughts in his
lyrical requiem for our planet in
"Never Turn Your Back on Mother
Earth." With lyrics like "Grasp the
f (raws that don't want grasping Gaze
the clouds that come down crashing
Never turn your back on Mother
Earth" are condensed thoughts that
is used in his songs such as "Mother-
less Child" and "Compulsion." Thi
is a long awaited welcomed changu
from Martin L. Gore that is accepted
with open arms from this critic.
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Social clubs attract
BY MARK GONZALES
It's pledge season again! Many
and varied arc the results of this year's
pledging lists as well as a couple of
surprises. Among the women's social
core arcTheta Chi Lambda and Delta
Beta Epsllon. Thcta Chi received
twelve pledges. Among them arc:
Rcnee Berry Gayla Cantrcll Darla
Downe Lyn Griswold Vicki Krhut
Dana Maynard Diana Miller April
Moore Angela Morrow Paige Nal-
lcy Kathcrine Rippy and Jennifer
Ross. On the other side of the spec-
trum the Delta Beta's received an
equally auspicious amountof pledges.
They are: Martha Arias Shanna
Bennett Carolyn Burk Erika Funk
Jennifer Howell Kerry Hyde Holly
Jackson Melissa Mohagan Anna
Marquez Julie Moore Kerri Parch-
m an Dcshea Pentecost andLaraPulk.
Phi Delta Phi and TIP both received
a respectable amount of pledges. Phi
Delta Phi welcomed seven pledges
into their midst. They arc: Qiristi
Camell Michelle Miller Tonya
Miller Nancy Porsch Billic Rawls
BY DEBORAH CANNON
The theater departrroit is busy
putting on the final touches to one of
their most intricate musical produc-
tions in recent years.
Theshow titled "TheBoyfriend"
is a comical journey through the dat-
ing traditions of the 1920s Jazz Age.
The story focuses on Polly a young
millionaire's daughter and Tony the
son of Lord Brockhurst. The two
youths fall in love but end up spend
Stacy Whctscll and Stacy Wright.
TIP now has eight new possible
members. They happen to be: Laura
Blundcll Elizabeth Finley Sonia
Hancock Julie Pease Stcffanic
Pencilled Sally Phipps Sara Von
Endc and Kara Williams. Last but
not least. Alpha Psl Alpha received
two pledges. Tho couple were: Mich-
elle Adcock and Rcnee Hollander.
On the male social club scene a
stunning surprise has illuminated
KIVA as the forerunner of pledges.
Willi twenty-six potential members
among them; Philip Lcwicn Tony
Drcsscll Gregory Spiers Kasey
Shipp Brian Thomas David Price
John Pcmbcrton Walter Miller Jeff
Jeter Rafal Panasiak Greg Barnhill
Kerry Neis Greg Lester Jody Red-
ding Grccl Myers Geoff May Ste-
ven Donaldson Joey Mitchell Shane
Galvan Felipe Davila Michael
Roberts James St. Clair Jorge Mon-
toya Mike Tartt and Royce Taylor.
Willi these additions KIVA is boom-
ing a dominant factor in the male
social panorama. HEI IIIR and
ing their time trying to keep their
social status from each other. The
play also follows other young couples
all try ing to obtain that"perfcc t mate."
Written in 1953 bySandy Wilson
the production will feature a 12
member orchestra litis is a consider-
able number for the McMuny theater
and not since the presentation of "The
musicians been used.
Alpha Sigma Chi were in the inter-
mediate range with twelve eight and
seven pledges respectively. HEI
accepted; Matthew Buss Daniel
Ramcy Benton Spradlin Eric Luetic
Bobby Mcdford Jeff McCormick
Mike Chambliss Frank Sclcy John
Hakanson Thomas Johnson Carlton
Pierce and Charles Catc into the first
stage requirements of ihcir club. IHR
received; Steve Farias Gary Clial-
font Charlie Wartsbaugh Jay Helm
Kirk Wisdom Stephen Bailey Vince
Kcllcy and Scott Langlcy into their
humble organization. Alpha Sigma
Chi admitted; Andy Kuzma John
Troutman Benito Gonzales Glyn
Elrod Darren Mauldin Julio Lopez
and Marcus Jackson into their ranks.
Makona honored Mark Schmidt us a
pledgee. Ko Sari with a sizeable
deduction in their usual appropria-
tions of the pledge class embraced
five initiates. In their midst arc; Vic-
tor Munoz David Brown Donnic
King Jolinny Rodriguez and Greg
Garcia. Let's have a safe and quiet
Dates for the play are Feb. 15-17
and Feb. 22-24. Dinner is served at 7
p.m. and curtain time is 8 p.m. Special
prices have been established for
McMuny students faculty and staff.
Dinner and show are $12 per ticket
dessert and show are $5 per ticket
Due to the low prices the tickets must
be picked up 24 hours prior to
showtime. College Series credit is
given for attendance.
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