The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 17, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 21, 1961 Page: 1 of 4
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Boaz Student Center
Friday, 8 p.m.
I arsity j
FORT WORTH, TEXAS; TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 21 1961
Stall's falls into a
! this week in ob-
:iiis feeling closer to
cyan students, three
akers were invited
the Catholic faith
•iard I .lint.. In addi-
uctive in church
t is also vice presi-
I'.irt. Worth National
. n behalf of members
tant faith was Rev.
associate pastor of
• lothpdist Church here
\V nil. Rev. Smith is a
s the trio of speakers
i. Fahn, who is director
■wish Social Service Ag-
also executive director
, ;sh Federation.
Style Show, Dance Slated
For Thursday, Friday Night
Miss Betty Garrett
Mi vs. s
| a harai
jit I su|
Stree11 Article Accepted
Pr Limes C. Streett, associate,
prof.: - '<'> biology, will publish
an art . :>' in the March issue of
the Ti" Journal of Science. The
artic ■ i' be titled "Gross Morph-
olngy : . i l\£te Characteristics of
Liv. r ' Wition irf'Rtrfra Pipi-
M iss Molly Stewart
Mr. Wheeler Speaks
For Religious Emphasis
Methoihsi University, will be this
year's speaker during Religious
Emphasis Week, which will start
Monday and continue through Fri-
Religious Emphasis Week is
made possible by the J. M. Will-
F. Wheeler, adminis- j cal training at Duke University
president of Southern ; and the Union Theological Semi-
nary in New York City.
As'a pastor, he served the Floral
Park Methodist Church in New-
York, the LaVernia Circuit in
Willson County, Texas, and was
the founding pastor of the Jeff-
erson Methodist Church in San
During World War II, he was
I Chaplain of the 353rd Fighter
intr speakers to this campus to j Group of the English Air Force
emphaMZc spiritual values and | jn European Theater of Opera-
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M iss Brenda Gunter
Five Vie For Honor
Of TW Sweetheart
Vying for the honor of Campus
Sweetheart are five of TWC's
most charming coeds. They are
Misses Betty Garrett, Carolyn
Young, Nina Smith, Molly Stew-
art and Brenda Gunter.
Miss Garrett is the freshman
class nominee. She,7is a home ec.
major from Itasca, Texas.
Nominee of the sophomore class
is Miss Young. Miss Young is an
elementary education major from
Miss Smith is the junior class
candidate and is a business admin-
istration major from Jacksboro.
Candidate of the senior class
is Miss Stewart, a speech-drama
major from Houston.
Nominee of Deka /and Sakkara
sorority and fraternity is Miss
Brenda Gunter, an elementary
education major from Fort Worth.
The election will be held Thurs-
day and Friday, February 23 and
24, in the Boaz student center.
Miss Nina Smith
Miss Carolyn Young
COME ONE, COME ALL to the
big Rambler dance in the Boaz
Student Center Friday night at
8 p.m. It is at this dance that
the winner of the best dressed girl
contest will be announced. There
will be no admission, and couples
or stags are invited.
The style show to select the best
dressed girl will be held Thurs-
day in assembly. There are thir-
teen girls entered. They are Misses
Jean Abernathy, Carolyn Hallo-
man, Jerrilynn Cotton, Neda Kay
Mackey, Beverly Shelton, Martha
May, Brenda Gunter, Sharon Klep-
per, Joan Baunigartner, Sharon
Marsh, Marsha Robbins, Pat Stead
and Mrs. Jo Overton.
will be the commentator, and Miss use of color, accessories; workable
Linda Boon, editor of the Rambler,
will make the introductions.
There will be a practice session
in the fine arts auditorium this
afternoon and tomorrow after-
noon at 4:30 p.m. All contestants
must be present. Any contestant
who has not given a description
of her three outfits to Miss Boon
must do so by 3 p.m. this after-
The girl who wins the local con-
test will be entered in the na-
tional contest with winners from
hundreds of colleges throughout
the country. The contest is spon-
sored by Glamour magazine to se-
lect the Ten Best Dressed College
Girls in America. Three pictures
wardrobe plan; neat way with
make-up and appropriate look for
A distinguished panel composed
of Mr. Tom McCann, mayor of
Fort Worth, Mr. Ed L. Baker, Jr.,
president of the Jr. Chamber of j the national judging, which will be
Commerce of Fort Worth, Miss i done by a panel of Glamour edi-
Peggy Spies, fashion coordinator tors.
S for Donovan Galvani Manufactur-
| ing, Inc. in Dallas, and Mrs. Bar-
i bara Crim, who formerly worked
! in the fashion department of the
j Fair, will judge the contestants
as they model three different out-
At a recent Senate meeting, the
Senate proposed the following
Article VIII: Finances
Section 1: The Student Associa-
tion shall be financed through an
Section 2: This activity fee shall
be $3 .50 per semester to be paid
Section 3: This activity fee shall
of the local winner will be sub- S be paid by all students enrolled
mitted with the entry form for i°r a minumum of 12 semester
hours and shall be voluntary for
all students enrolled for less than
The girls will be judged on ten Section 4: This activity fee shall
different points. They are: good be aUocatod through a budget,
figure, beautiful postui-e; clean, | 1 amendment)
shining well-kept hair; imagina-! By-Laws, Article X\ : Budget.
tion in managing a clothes budget; | Section 1: A tentative budget
good grooming; appropriate cam-1 sha11 be Prepared by the Execu-
pus look (in line with local eus- tive Committee during the month
son family of Floydada, Texas,
who provided an endowment sev-
eral years ago to bring outstand-
sound family relations. This out- !
standing family sponsors such 1
TWC Profs To Speak
Two TW instructors will par-
i ticipate in a Co-operative Leader-
ship School this week at First
Methodist Church. The school is
sponsored by the Fort Worth Area
\ Council of Churches. Dr. Alice
Wonders, head of the department
of religion and philosophy, will
I speak on "My Christian Beliefs"
1 and Dr. Wallace Graves, dean of
I men, will discuss "Christian Re-
i sponsibility for Freedom."
programs in nineteen colleges,
universities and other institu-
tions. Mr. Willson has been listed
in the past four .editions of Who's
Who in America, Mrs. Willson, a
member of the Texas Wesleyan
College Board of Trustees, is in-
cluded in the first volume of
Who's Who in American Women.
"The Realism of the Bible for
our Time" will be the general
theme for the week. Monday the
meeting will be held at 9 a.m., and
the topic will be "Arriving at
Tuesday the topic will be "More
| Than V i Deserve," and the time
will lv 10:50 a.m. Mr. Wheeler
will speak on "Knowledge Into
Wisdom" Wednesday at 10 a.m.
"Frontiers — Old and New" will
Education Class Tries
Education 370, a seminar course
in educational research, is pro-
ceeding on an experimental meet-
ing plan this semester. Dr. James
H. Kincaid, chairman of the gradu-
ate division, who is instructor for
the course, has substituted a once-
weekly class for the scheduled two
one-and-a-half hour periods.
After an hour of lecture in the
administration building, the class
sion was attended by representa-
tives from colleges in this area to
discuss the proposed improved
preparation of school administrat-
Advance reservations for stu-
dent tickets for Damn Yankees,
the spring musical production,
went on sale in the fine arts of-
fice immediately after assembly
The regular admission prices
are $2.50, $2.00 and $1.50. Stu-
dents will bt> admitted for $1.Q0
and their activity cards in any
price section for any of the four
performances. Production dates
are Mar. 10, 11, 17 and 18.
Students who make their res-
ervations today will receive their
tickets next week, announced Miss
Marjorie Murphy, fine arts secre-
tary. Students may request cer-
tain seats, and the tickets will
Miss Jan Wever, sophomore I toms); clear understanding of her'"1 March preceding the year the
English major from Fort Worth,' fashion type; individuality in her I budget is to be in effect.
| I ♦ j Section 2: The tentative budget
j shall be submitted to the Senate
| and the Administrative Commit-
| tee for approval by April 15.
Section 3: The final budget shall
j be approved by the first Senate
| meeting in November, (second
1 amendment). ih
Mr. | gers are Ronald Boulware, Donald ! By-Laws, Article III, Section 4.
Boulware and Tim Russell.
Miss Eva Lena Harrington is ;
head of the props crew. Her as- j
sistants are Misses Sherry Foster, I
Crews For Production Announced;
Students' Tickets On Sale Today
working on Damn Yankees.
Cecil Cole, instructor of speech-
drama, is production stage mana-
ger for the musical.
Miss Janice Hooks and Stanley
Crow are stage managers. Busi-
ness manager is Mike Cherry-
homes and John Taylor is house
manager. Assistant house mana-
D. The treasurer shall be as-
sisted by the head of the account-
ing department. The books of the
. treasurer shall be audited by the
Joyce Decker, Marilyn Tinkle and j accounting department head and
the Business Office at the end of
Working with Miss Joyce ( on- each semester, (third amendment)
ditt on make-up are Misses Mary i
Group Views 'J. B.^l, a,™*.
At Dallas Theater
Several TWC students and fac-,
ulty members attended the play, j
' Kirk, Clytee Maddux, Beth Daniell,
Stine, Sandra Knight and
match as closely as possible.
It will be possible for students j of Job. It was presented by
to buy their tickets at the door j Broadway Theater League.
J. B. in Dallas last weekend. This
Pulitzer prize winning play was
written by Archibald MacLeish
and is based on the Biblical story
the night of the performance they
attend, but no student tickets will
be sold at the Central Ticket Of-
fice. Tickets go on sale there Feb.
Dr. Donald Bellah, chairman of
the division of fine arts has an-
! nounced the crews which will be
Three couples attended the play
Saturday night. Sunday after-
noon, Dr. and Mrs. H. Howard
Hughes, professor of English and
assistant professor of Romance
languages respectively, went with
a group of 15 students and facul-
ty members to see the play.
of twelve students transfers to the
lie the topic for Thursday, and the ! campus dining hall, where they
meeting will be at 10:50 a.m. He
will speak on "Captives of Free-
dom" Friday at 11 a.m.
All : >ctures will be delivered in
the sanctuary of the Polytechnic
Methodist Church, and absences
will be checked.
Mr. Wheeler, native of Corpus
Christi, received his degree from
Southi'v'v^Methodist University in
received his theologi-
1937, ami h^
new vice PRESIDENT of the
/ Association is Montie
"'v/' " senior. Stewart was
'ii the election last week,
;takes the place of Mrs.
j'lger Davis, who resign-
ed 'he office.
buy dinner and continue discus-
sion in a private dining room until
the prescribed period is complete.
"More relaxed discussion is pro-
moted by the dinner-table atmos-
phere than would be found in a
formal, lecture situation," stated
Dr. Kincaid. "The plan will prob-
ably find even more supporters in
the future for advanced courses."
n * * *
Mrs. John Paul Scott reviewed
In Pursuit of Gentlemen, a hum-
orous adaptation of a diary by
Catherine Cravens, at a meeting
of the Faculty Women's (Tub of
TWC held Thursday evening, Feb.
9, at the home of Mrs. Clifton
Patton, 1817 I'rovine.
A valentine theme was carried
out in decorations and refresh-
ments. Mines. Camp Gilliam, Mark
Smith and William A. Ward were
Mr. Joe Mitchell, professor of
secondary education, spoke to the
Student Education Association
concerning the future of educa-
tion. He listed some of the fac-
tors which seem to be challenges
for professional educators in the j
next couple of decades.
* * *
Dr. Bill Freeman, chairman of
the educational division, and Dr.
James Kincaid, chairman of the
graduate division, attended a
planning session Feb. 13 in the
Mrs. Witt In Steto~ Of Txweco
As Final Deadline Creeps Nearer
Monte Martin is heading the
| lighting crew. Working with him
! are Mike Spalding, Stanley Crow
and Marvin Rains.
Miss Martha June Crow is the
costume crew head. Her assistants
are Misses Joan Baumgartner,,
Molly Stewart and Clytee Maddux.
Heading the ushers is .Miss
Wanda Ilunsaker. Other ushers
are Misses Joyce Conditt, Pat Mor-
ris, Sara Bussey and Sherry Alh-
Misses Joyce Murray and Sara
Bussey are working with Mr. Ma-
son Johnson, instructor of speech-
drama, and Dr. Bellah on the pro-
Dr. Bellah is heading the pub-
licity crew. Working with him are
Carl Chapman, John Robinson, Bob j Monday, Feb. 27—
Carney and Misses Jane Scott, j 7:30 p.m.
(Continued on Page 2) 9 p.m.
Damn Yankees Rehearsal
As of now, the schedule is as
Tuesday. Feb. 21—
7 p.m Who's Got the Pain
0:30 p.m Run 16
7-11 p.m. Dancers
Wednesday. Feb. 22—
7 p.m. Run entire Act 1,
Thursday, Feb. 23—
7 p.m Block 24
Friday, Feb. 21—
7 p.m Block 25
1) p.m Block 23
Saturday, Feb. 25—
2 p.m Singing Ensemble,
Sunday, Feb. 2fi
Block 29, 27, 28
Block 210, 211
go with the pictures must be writ-
ten, the entire page must be laid
out, showing where each picture,
all the copy and the white spaces
are located on the page and then
the page must be proof-read.
Mrs. Witt states that the staff
works hard, and they must work
as a team. She explains that much
of the work on the annual is done
in spare minutes because most of
the staff members hold part-time
jobs in addition to their school
The main problem, according to
Mrs. Witt, is that sometimes when
they think they have a page ready,
"Double, double toil and troub-
le," said some of Shakespeare's
witches once. Even without the
help of the three witches, Mrs.
Peggy Witt, junior elementary
education major from Fort Worth,
is in a real stew; but it is one
without newts' eyes and frogs'
toes. She is this year's editor of
Mrs. Witt and her staff of ap-
proximately 20 members are Hear-
ing their final deadline for turn-
ing all copy and pictures in to the
printer. This deadline will be Mar.
Mrs. Witt has announced that
there will be a summer supple-
ment to the 1901 annual. Dr. J.
Elmer Cox, dean, recommended
the supplement and Mr. John An-
derson. business manager, ap-
proved the recommendation.
Mr. Robert Lynch from Taylor
Publishing Company of Dallas
conducted a seminar session Feb.
8. Mrs. Witt said that their ideas
about lay-out work of a college
annual will be a great help to the
staff in preparing the supple-
T h r o ughout the year the
TXWECO staff has deadlines to
meet. They already have met three
of them this year.
At each deadline, a number of
complete pages must be turned in ^ ^ Ram |ayer
to the printer. In order for these
pages to be completed, all the pic-
they decide that some picture isn't
good enough, and it must be re-
However, other problems appear.
For instance, a picture may not be
the correct size, and it must be
cropped to fit its respective place
on a page. Sometimes, she says, an
entire page may be held up be-
cause one picture isn't right, or
one sentence of copy is missing.
She emphasized that her staff
will continue working after the
annual is actually out. They will
have to work until the last page
of the supplement is due, and that
will not be until school ends.
Warren Elected Queen
Of Homecoming Events
Highlighting TWC's Homecom-
ing game and d a n c e was the
crowning of the Basketball Sweet-
heart, Miss Linda Warren.
Other candidates were Miss Mar-
ty Pearcy, senior nominee;-Miss
Jean Abernathy, junior nominee;
and Miss Jerrilyn Cotton, fresh-
man nominee. Miss Warren was
the sophomore candidate.
Each candidate was escorted
sic was provided by Robert Ber-
student center of SMU. The ses- tures must be taken, the copy to
gin anil bis combo. The couples
were introduced by Don Dove,
master of ceremonies.
The winner then was announced
and Miss Warren was the recipient
of a congratulatory kiss by Ram
captain, Jody Giesler.
Last year's sweetheart, Mrs.
Nelda Cone, presented the new
queen with a bouquet of red roses.
She was also given a gold basket-
Following the ceremonies, the
TWC Rams went on to climax
a memorable evening by upsetting
St. Mary's University 98 to 94.
HER MAJESTY THE OUEEN-Miss Linda Warren, sophomore
physical education major from Meridian, wa:, crowned Basket-
ball Homecoming Queen before the basketball game last
Friday night. She received a bouquet of red roses and a
basketball charm. She was crowned by Captain Jody Giesler.
—Staff photo by Louis Kowalski.
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