The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 5, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 13, 1953 Page: 1 of 4
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'Mural Football Begins Thursday
—See Paqe 4—
FORT WORTH, TEXAS, OCTOBER 13, 1953
Press Club Will Throw Gasser
Of A Ball In Horseshoe Palace
Saturday's Dance In SUB
Will Honor Miss Rambler
BV BOB McQllTT¥
A bunch of the boys were whooping it uj> in the Malamutc; saloon.
There'll be plenty of whoping and hoik-ring, as well as some fine
dance music to listen to on Saturday night when the Press Club throws
a real gasser of a ball, This year's Miss Rambler dance will be one of
the most unusual ones this campus has ever seen.
The swinging doors of the Horseshoe Palace, or Student Union
Building, as it is sometimes called, will be opened wide at 8 o'clock
Saturday night on the scene of an 1860 saloon. The era depicted will'be
THE RAM8L £%
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Rambler Photo by Hager.
WORKING GIRL—Miss France: Ann Perkins, who works at
:: and ': TWC s top-ranking strident. At right M:ss
• • sponsor of Alpha Chi, national scholarship fra-
: that of the pin stripe suited gamble
i Diamond Lfl!
; Frank Kasko's "aggregation of
rerj,! gone musicians will be there
for your dancing pleasure; Buz
Hudgins and his crew of slick
the dpity slicker, the cowboy, and
there to t:
llPHA CHI LISTS MEMBERS
nri Perkins, Leading
tudent; Is Working Girl
;ftf»e person^ -who
-n't enough hours
:idy, who works 40
the First National
1 time to be TWC's
dent, as announced
orning by Miss
sponsor of Alpha
has ning, ifelen Speer, James Waggo-jry W. Rice, and Miss Knox.
nor, Marjorie McCarley^Sue Smith, j Officers of the Mu chapter
and William Dearmore. j this year are president, Freddy-
Juniors receiving Honorable men- ,Bya»s; vice-president, ' Patricia
tion were Barbara Downing and Sampsell, and secretary, Melvin
These students were selected by
the scholarship committee of the
College, composed of Dr. Law Sone,
Dean J. Elmer Cox, Registrar Har-
Avery. Treasurer will be elected
from the new members chosen from
the junior class so that a junior
member will be a representative
to' the national convention.
liters were reelected
rnbers of Mu chap-
Chi. national scholar-
by Miss Knol%v.
t Ten Per Cent
r.»'- grade point aver-
• nder plan B as out-
ha Chi represent ap-
the highest 10 pet-
junior and senior
. based on the grade
it cl to junior mem-
.■ha Chi last year and
me senior members
Freddy Byas, Patri-
Melvin Avery, Diana
.motruk. and James
RADIOGRAMS FROM MOON
Moon Addresses International Relations
Club Over Radio Station KTAN in Sherman
Dr. Chang Wook Moon, social sci-
ence professor, addressed the In-
ternational Relations Club of Aus-
tin College in Sherman on Monday-
night. The address was broadcast
Golden Rule Given
To Miss Annie Knox
Miss" Annie Lee Knox received'
the first Golden Rule award of
1953-54 at assembly* on Thursday.
She received this award for the
h' junior class fifth time as a token of apprecia- j confprf.nc.p jn 1918; second
membership are tion of the freshman class for her ejsjon for a divided
Perkins. Kathlyn help in guiding new students.
Bodine, Franklin ^Iiss Knox received her bachelor
ny. Delia Sandifer,! * sconce degree from North alJow
h McQuitty, Rad- I "racas State College and her mas-
Sam Allen. i ter of business administration de- i
the senior class j gree from the University of Den-
v membership are ver. She is a member of the Na-
\nn Poteet. Robert i tional Business Teachers Associa- j
tion. Delta Pi Epsilon, and the
over station KTAN in Srehman.
Assembled in the Student Union
Building of Austin College, the
group heard Dr. Moon, a native
Korean and former minister of ed-
ucation for the South Korean gov-
ernment, discuss "Present and Fu-
ture Problems Involved in the Po-
litieal "Unification of Korea."
Stressing Korea's desire' for
united independence, the Korean
educator cited three turning points
at which he thought the current
situation might have been fore-
stalled: .First, the Paris peace
cision for a divided occupation by-
gamblers will be
take your money.
In keeping with the atmosphere
of a saloon, ..there will be dice ;
tables, a roulette wheel, black jack
tables, and a poker table, which
will try to take from you all the •
"play money" that you will re-
ceive at the door. To make it in-
teresting, the Press Club will award
a prize to the person amassing the
most money by the end of the
Then there's " Miss Rambler,
whom you will vote on in chapel
Thursday. She will be presented
through a gigantic sittfer horse-
shoe. as will all other nominees for
Mis».J$Vnbler. Before the' pie sen- j
tation. tB. J. Stilus will be master
of ceremonies . of a short "floor •
John Ed Francis will serve drinks j
out of a gigantic barrel full of j
root beer for patrons of the bar.
AH this extravaganza Is going to [
cost you is 50 cents per couple or .
stag. It costs no more to bring a I
date. Come dressed western style,
come like a city sligfcer, or com^
just as \$i are. It'^doesn't mak^
any difference to the Press Club,
sponsor of the event; all its mem-
bers want is for you to have a
Chapef*ones for ttfe dance will be
Miss VerrK-n Liles. Dr. and Mrs. H.
WHAT'S IN A SKIRT?
P A C*; r ' A 'Z
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r.e ~. -
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y * rr i-'s.'
and Mr. John C.
Slider, Shelton Sim-
on, Jestus Wade, and
| the United States dfrd Russia in
:1943; and third, the agreement to
ree elections only in South
Korea in 1948.
Dr. Moon stated his belief that
relations between the United States
and South Korea are stronger and
broader today than ever before.
"This fact." he stated. "Is due part-
ly to the attitude of all-over aid,
on the part of the United States,
• ntion for members
class went to Persis
.1 Spencer, Carroll
Keller, Joan Hogan,
■mi Levey, Bill Ford,! tiru<
3u^yn Vv. kett, William ' .Fan- ! their problems.
She has been sponsor for the
Texas Mu Chapter of Alpha Chi, , .
•. , 1 expressed toward a needv nation,
national scholarship fraternity, and ' • ,.
the freshman class since her ar-
rival oto the campus in 1947.
In addition,^* her regular du-
ties.rMis^J^nas has always found
The Korean professor outlined
many factors that he thinks must
i be seriously considered before com-
! plete unification can be realized.
on A round table discussion followed
Dr. Karraker Speaks
To Education Group
Dr. Mary E. Karraker, associate
professor of speech correction, was
principal speaker at the monthly
meeting Thursday night of the
parent education group of the Fort
Worth Foundation' for Visually-
Dr. Karraker, who is director of
the Treatment Center of the
Crippled Children's Socitey of Fort
Worth, spoke on the developement
of speech in young children.
Phoenix Club Meets
After a year of inactivity, the '
Phoenix Club, campus organiza-
tion for the stimulation and publi-
cation of students' literacy efforts,
will be revived at 11 o'clock Thurs- .
day in room 22 of the- Administra-.
Junior pictures for the* 1954
TXWECO will be taken begin-
ning Thursday,lat the Tri-Foto
Studio, 3311 SBHpS'ni.as'.er, ac-
cordihg . to Jonn Ed Francis,
TXWECO editor. Seniors may-
be photographed between Oct.
23 and Oct. 31.
Monday will be the- 'last day
that members of the sophomore
class can have their pictures
made. Yesterday was the final
day for freshmen photos. «»
Last year's pictures cartnCt be
used in-this year's annual. The
price for making pictures will
A holiday will be given to the
class which has the most pic-
tures. percentage-wise, this year,
stated Francis. The winning
class may decide what they will
do with their holiday. Figufls
from the Registrar's Office will
be used in determining the total
Pictures of the faculty mem-
bers may be made anytime be-
fore .Oct. 31.
Five Nominations In For Miss Rambier;
Run-off Election Set For Chapel Thurs.
•adie Harkin's Day Arrives Tuesday
ith Yoakum Boys Runnin' For Life
|BV HI Z DOG PATCH) HUDGINS
x *>'. Octobur the twinteuth, isa
: •' that- anul Sadie Harkins
\as Wesleyan campus. I
' ' - yar whan on ate a'clok uv
itihf ■ • t
i.-hun-d date, everyone wuz
when the Hooton' Holier
fiepities came hootin' an'
the corner of Ann Hall ar-
ia site that came to schul
Formal duds is the duds
to schul ever day.
-t good Yoakum boyos- in on
cause L'il Abner went and
'ain't no sine thet them sko-
mner giv up. They is gon-
n' shrud ways to capshur
it! V i •.
he It to deturmin who'll be the Daisy Mae
an' L11 Abner fer this yar.
Race To Be Helt
The race in which all them meeo ole
females tryes to kotch all us pore defens-
luss heiftales is shedooled to be helt ime-
jiatly atter chapul. Then thar will be the
kontests behin the Admenistrashun Bind-
ing. I'lHhev to tell youail about thet in the
i n: ■
'•'llin' youail about them
ymi all think this is to be
'""M formul duds, you is mis-
A'l them peepul which ain't
'teh stile is gonner get thorn
"*• which'll be sitcheated at
1 ;n!'le tim. thar is to bo a
;; ' ":n souly fer the perpose of
L. : 's 10 desplay thur talints.
'har will be an eleckshim
M.VRRYIX' SAM is headed for the TWC
campus. All of youn's batchelors better
nex' paregraf because the editur of the
lambler tells me that my paragrafs are
Thars gonner be whuskey drinkin' kon-
tests, and terbakev expecterratin, kontests
and a kontest in which the kontestants eet
a whole mess uv krakers and then sees who
can curl their l'il red lips and whistul furst.
May be a fue mor but I jyn't sur so I won't
' Grub'l lie Surved
Now hyar this : : at fiv thurty grub'll
be surved in the jihnasum on this compuss.
Also at seven thurty- thar'll be a stompin'
good dance in the Stoodent Onion Biilding.
Thet thar dance will play out about ten
thurty akordin' to the athorities in charge:
the stoodent kowncil thet is
Guess who's ben sharuff this yar. Old
Kendall Bond hisseif. And the jaler is to
be Jerrell Newton, bless his onery hide. And
thet ole mule-ridin' preechur will /be none
uther then yur fren an' mine, r. Moun-
tain Don I^lt. G!rl students who live off the
Ifn you ain't every pftrtis^uekin one of campus are Invited to Tau darr.ma
these hyar Dog;iatch hoftieco)mng days. Qji's luncheon at 1 o'clock. Wed-
knon as Sadie Hawkins Day. b/shur notWnesdajr tn the Town Girl's room of
miss this one. We is all goi^r hev a good. the Administration Bunding.
tim so al lyou hemales be shVr to ware Each girl should bring her
your runnin txjots ) „ lunch.
President and Mrs. Law Son^
will honor new faculty members
of Texas Wesleyan College at a
dinner at 7:30 tonight in Wapk-s
Hall of the Woman's Club.
Those to be honored are Miss
Vt-rnen Liles. Miss Peggy Stone,.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Monroe. Dr.
William Karraker. Dr. Mary Kar-
raker, Mr. and Mrs. James Calaw.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones, and
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Morris, f
Others attending will include mem-
bers of administrative staff. Fort
Worth members of the executive
committee of college trustees and
Guests will be received by Presi-
dent and Mrs. Sone, Vice-President
and Mrs Walter Gllek. Dean and
Mrs. J. Elmer Cox. Mr. and Mrs
Harry Rice, Mr. and Mr?. S M
Braswell, Dean and Mrs W. W'
Ward and Dean Sarah Works.
Music will be played during the
evening by Miss Cynthia Davis,
sophomore, of 725 Parkdale Street.
Five petitions fer Miss Ramb>r
the official sweetheart of the* col-
lege newspaper, had fce-e-n turned In
to Student Caur»'..il President. Jerry
Buck, before noon Monday.
First Meeting Of
Chi Rho Thursday
Chi Rho wil hold its first busi-
ness meeting of the year after as-
sembly in Room 216 of the' Edu-
cation building. Chi P.ho is the de-
partmental club of the Division of
Philosophy and Religion and life
s»~rvic<? volunteers, minister!8tl stu*
dents, and religion majors are
Mrs. Alice. Wonders, instructor
in religion ar.d sporijsor of the club,
invites anyone' interested to attend
this meeting to see how the club
can help him and how he .can
Officers will be elected and in-
A new project for members Is
being planned in the form of a
scavenger hunt. Instead of collect-
ing a lot of useless articles, mem-
bers will be divided into groups to
collect clothing for Korean relief,
A "packing party" will be held,
and the losing teams will,pack and
ship the boxes of1 c&hing.
Teams will be formed en Thurs-
day. Anyone who cannot attend
the meeting may give his name to
Mrs. Wonders or Kendall Bond,
and he will be placed on a team.
lots for >•:
:ng in a--
:: V A n
include two j
s. and one-
Word of Meridi
- ere Ir- r.e- C
'i'.y and Sara
*.»■* - . ■
:h. The fresh.'
ison of Fort V
dance in h
e is schedule
■ ir. the Stud'
ith the 0. 0
in charge o!
y.?a r*? v.;
:;a Gafford. ;
For Fall Term
Enrollment in all divisions of the
college now stands at 905^a: cord-
ing to Harry W. Rice, registrar.
The f: -shman class leads in en-
rollment with 249 The juniors
ar«w£&ggid with 164
third place are the sopho-
.vith'"!*4> Rctsrth are th?
seniors with 132. ^
Ir. ad<f;t: n. the:-, are SO gradu-
ate students, 19 sp-eeial students,
and S3 special music students.
For Tiu Gamma Chi
Freshman Coed Given Lead,
Replaces Seasoned Actress
»i - ''
A rhangv and an addition to the scheduled for Nov * ana 6. have
cost of The- Missouri Legend." J been announced by *ohn C Ei-
fall production Alpha Psi Orriega wards, direct :• of the play.
Gayle Dcr.-.-gan fre-m De Leon has
replaced Barbara Pritchett of Fort
Worth in the rc-Ie of Mrs. Howard,
the female lead. Miss Donegan. a
freshman, has .b^-.n cast in the Im-
portant role becaus- Miss Frit-
Miss Pritchett :s a >easor.ed ac-
tress who made her initial appear-
anuce cn the TWC stage in the
"Glass Menagerie." Thespian's 1952
spring production. She has also
attended the University of Texas
and Texas Christian University,
where she was active on tcth
Myrna NeaJ of Hamilton has been
Cast as the Widow Weel*ts.ua color-
ful and contributing lead. She wa»
named after the owg.nal cast
An unusual feature f this play
will be three bcx set change*,
, s me|h:rtg r.ew'tW the TWC star?
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—Photo by Hager.
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