The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1965 Page: 1 of 6
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FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964
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Recent Grants Lead TWC
To New Science Building
by Trudy Marley
..Texas Wesley art's dream of
new and modern mil J ion and
half dollar science b
start hocorninr rea-i'
ceiitly named a beneficiary
the . i of M:ss Leia D;:." n
its. former s ruder.*
Sept. 33, 1964. Mi
received her EA
L,-:-;r. from TWC in 1927
ed one-third of her €*;";
*!•':' IT*"''? in
The Texas Foundat
due * ■ sev>jri
tarisy Supported Colleges and Uni-
versities. of which TWC is a mem-
d urine the
received a 51271 gift
The most recent grar
r.ounced June '•'•'• .- a
grant from th- Kresee Foy
of Detroit. Michigan. TWC's Pre®
idem. Dr. Law Sone explained
that the funds are designated for
use toward the cost of equipment
for the soon-to-be-constructed
Last year TWC received a 5500.*
000 gift from Arnold L. Reed, Dal-
las insurance executive and Meth-
A $1,500 cast
restricted®le aj*given to TWC
in late June byrne Gulf Oil Cor-
poration. Mr. C. A. P.. Anderson
P :«•<£ n t e d the check to Dr.
Sone. It was one of -554 awards-
totaling S595.500 that Guif Oil
will distribute this year as direct,
unrestricted grants to universities
this statement: "We' ar
pleased to get this grant.
will be of treat material worth in
aiding instruction in the class-
Another encouraging statement
was .released this past week by
Dr. Sone. who said. "Our applica-
tion for' a*grant under the Educa-
tional Facilities Act is now being
considered.' This is for one-third
of the cost of the bail ding — or
$500,000. We hope to hear favor-
a: iy from yiis in early September.
ffSen this is accomplished. we will
ask for bids from contractors, and
ends for the building.
WiF OIL CORPORATION representative Mr. C. A. R. Anderson,
presents a check for $1500 to TWC President Law Sone for
•^restricted use. This gift is one of 584 awards totaling 5595,500
stGulf Oil wiii distribute this year under its Aid-To-Education
cKjist layman. Added to this was and colleges under its Aid-To-Edu-
the $250,000 giftjto TWC"yg§.r cation ''f^ai^am. Institutions eiig-
the Moody Foundation of ible- for direcr-grants are those
which are privately jj^eggted and
Perhaps the one person who will
appreciate the completed building
more than any other. Dr James
Streett. chairman of the science
division, hopes that "we may be
having classes in the new building,
in the early fall of 1966. This •.■.111
be a great boost to the program
of the science ■division in enlarg-
ing an#'enriching total '.
Galveston, and the Fort
Anton G. Carter Foundation gift
controlled, and which obtain
aiso tor S25»\y-y. Mcrev'.ei. T\JC fTVX. non-tax sources.
for Teacher Educational!
College has the campus again in 1970-71' in
anod full accreditation by order to review the program be-
: Council for Accredi- fore the present accreditation ex-
Teacher Education, Pres- pires.
Sone announced re- "The Council is pleased with the
growth made at Texas Wesleyan
- ib'.s held a provisional ac- College, stated Roif \N. L*u>on.
since XCATE's team NCATE director.
•e. tr.e campus in September Dr. Joe Mitchell, chairman of*
the education division, also ex-
.iWedit.srtion has been giv- pressed his pleasure at .the Coun-
' ■ -■ -v.ms for elementarv cil's decision. *
teachers with thfi*,'
cecree the hichest to
Exam Required July 17
For Student Teachers
All fall student teachers are"
required to take the National
'egfifrers Examination here on
uly 17 if they have not already
done so. The examination wiii
be administered at 8 a.m.
Ail students planning to do
student teaching in the spring
of 1966 must take this examina-
tion on Oct. 2.
Applications, available in the
education division office, must
be mailed to the testing center
in New Jersey by Sept. 3.
Also given to TWC in late June
was the Minnesota Mining and
Manufacturing Corporation gift of
$200,000. which was presented in
the form of instruction equipment
for the college. Included in the
new materials are two overhead
projectors, a Thermofax. a con-
siderable amount of masters for
teaching transparencies, instruc-
tion kits, 60 volumes of «*oks. and
numerous miscellaneous supplies.
Dr. Joe Mitchell, chairman of
the education division, announced
"that the shipment had just arrived
at TWC last Friday, and will he on
display in the education office for
the next several days, before being
distributed to different depart-
ments oa„campus. He also made
Ready for Delivery
The 1965 Annual Summer
Supplement has already gone to
press and will be delivered by mail
sometime this week.
To be included in the supple-
ment will be pictures of senior
Seniors Lead With 97
with the Counc
- -'-maining continuous
n. NCATE will visit
298 Make Spring Dean's List
graduation. The '65 German stu-
dents. spring elections, social club
presentations, spring sports, the
drama presentation 'and awards
day will also be featured.
Consisting of 16 pages, the sup-
plement continues to make the
1965 TXWECO the largest in Tex-
as Wesleyan's history.
Supplements will be mailed to
students who gave a summer ad-
dress when they picked up their
annual in May. If anyone failed to
give an address, but is entitled to a
summer supplement, he may re-.,
ceive one by calling PE
'C .Students Visit
ll|stin School, TEA
Two-hundred and ninety-eight Carol Raye Ramsey. 3.75: Thomas Alice Kang, o.4o: Karen Pair. 3.,x: Pre-RegiStratlOn Today
students racked up grade point Edward Hargis. 3.73; .Alt he a Ruth Beverly Jo Bishop. ,>.40:
averaces of 3.00 and above dur- Bemus. 3.71: Jerrol Milton Sea- Charles A Chnswell. o.40
inc the spring semester, placing^man. 3.69: Michael^Waite Henley, ^
them on the coveted Dean's Ust at ^68 Eunice 'Fssr-s't Parker
Chervl Cotton Barclay. 3.60: Lar- 3.38: Waylan Ray West. 3.3S:
Richard Lee Martin. 3.37: Wil-
Texas Wesleyan College.
C^ni 1 1". St S\,lh
Elizabeth Ann 3.25: Barbara Ann Hughes. 3.25;
Thornton. 3 60:
*0 Austin, where they Thev are Myrna J. Cantrell, Pat- er
•e Casis Elementary Arn Denis. Jo Ellen Dob- Gilliam. 3.ot>; ^ ^
c-,1 the Texas Education k}n^ Spurgeon M. Durinam. David Kenneth Dale Hargis^.vofc: sy • -'.a.-en ..a*.
"pu - Dianne Porter via Elizabeth Black. 3.53: Jean- Barbara J. Nelson. o25: Gloria
Students may pre-register for
classes for the second semester
today and tomorrow from S a.m.
until 4 p.m. in the registrar's of-
fice. Regular registration^ will be
Saturday from S a.m. u*!!Hfc»n.
Classes begin ^Monday. Night
students may register Monday
ginning at 6:30 p.m.
•sened the school's mo- and Carol>n Kay Swinnea.
in operation, its or- Other seniors on the list.
„ino L Cappel 3.50: Linda Char- Marie Nelson, 3.25: Virginia Ann
in lene Dickson. 350; Kay Ellen Gen- Nelson. 3.25: Ronnie Ralston. 3.25:
— «..i- vintri v-,veH Kav Grancer. Arthur VanArsdale. 3.25: Sandra
I and a^hltectural ar- the order of their grade point ^e. 3,o0. Note J Kay orangt ^
- averages, are: Byron R. Hayes. . o'.. vne Griffin 3 50: Ron- Paulasue \\Ttite. 3 23; Martha
v u'« Wiiborn, assistant com- 3.81; Jean Hale Batchelder. ^ ^ 3>30; GIenna Sue Smith. 3.21; Jim Bobo, 3.23;
for construction for the Marilyn M. Bettes. VI" X-Xn ToO * David Lee SeaL Sandra Cox. 3.20; Martha Neili
r7 r ;';et 0th them arid stressed Rodriguezlffr.. 3.80: Cliftord Pace J^ "DonaId
R. Burton. 3.46: Bil- Duniay. 3.20; Dwjpia June Harri-
^ techniques of instruction- Benham. 3.75: h* Marcam Homan. 146: -Continued cn Pace 4'
"c^a- sheila Stephens, Greebon. 3..o; he Margaret y
Advanced Spanish Is
Offered by Conference
A conference course in ad-
vanced Spanish wiii be ..offered
the second semester of the sum-
Interested students should see
Miss Shirley Seagle. instructor,
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