The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 02, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 29, 1964 Page: 1 of 6
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FIRST PLACE IN TEXAS-1959, 1962, 1963, 1964
TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE, FQPT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPT. 29, 1964
Social Clubs Slate Dance Saturday
At Hotel Texas To Honor Freshmen
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The annua] Inter-sorority-Inter-
fraternity Dance will be held Sat-
urday, October 3, from 8:00-11:00
•NSA Leader Speaks
Today's assembly, sponsored by
the Student Association, had James
Fowler, administrative assistant
with the United States National
Student^ Association, as guest
Because of the enormous re-
sponse to his speech at. the Student
Association Retreat at Lyle Lodge
last week, the Association was
prompted to ask him to speak.
Joe Farley, Student Association
president, introduced the speaker.
p.m., in the Crystal Ballroom of
the Texas Hotel. Dress will be
semi-formal, which means dark
suits for the men and cocktail
dresses for the ladies.
Harry Wardlow and his band
will provide music for the dance,
which is in honor of the fresh-
The reception line will include
Harry Greene, dean of men, and
Q^sharine Wakefield,. dean of
women, as well as the presidents,
vice-presidents, and spflHors of
the six social clubs. -
Deka's current, president is Pat-
ty Meyers; vice-president, Susan
Bailey; and sponsor.
Keating. The president of EA is
Linda Bakiridge; vice-president.
Louise Smith; sponsor, Dr. Mary
Crow. An Dews is the president of
Autiss; Peggy Jay is vice-presi-
dent; aed Miss Grace Corbin is
Sakkara's president is Jim
Keith; vice-president, Steve Wil-
liams; sponsor. Dr. "H. Howard
Hughes. Jim Van Zandt is the
president of DD; Dale Padgett,
vice-president; and Mason John-
son and John Cooiey, co-sponsors.
Presiding for Altoeo is Jerrai Knox
and sponsor is Dr. Joe Mitchell.
Johnson Names 'Taming of the Shrew'
As Fall Production of TW Players
|A,WONDERFUL WORLD,' was the topic of Mayor pro-tem
|rd Barr at the TWC's formal opening convocation Sep-
yor Pro-tem Speaks
ormal Opening Convocation sional, led by President Law Sone,
Id Thursday in the- Fine Dr. J. Elmer Cox, and the Convo-
ditorium at 10:40 a.m. cation speaker.
d Barr, mayor pro-tem of Dr. Alice Wonders, chairman of
rth. delivered the address, the division of philosophy and re-
Wonderful World." Mr. ligion, delivered the invocation.
)imed out in his address . . . .
Special music was presented by
Mr. Robert Moore with a saxa-
phone selection, .accompanied by
Mrs. Jean Alexander at the piano.
. Both are members of the music-
sign of progress, he
Booth Opens Thursday
For Amendment Voting
Fall Rush Planned
For Upperclass Men
Ithough there are serious
problems, the crises are not
d will never cease to be as
the human race exists.
f is a
3d even disagreements can
ed upon as valuable.
the fact that regardless
[condition of world affj
js a great deal to live for.
unities have never been
1ft' any field than they are
present, he stated. He urged
lents to take advantage of
immunities that are placed
The fall production of TW Play- Also Joy Garrett will play the
ers to be presented Oct. 28-31 will role of Bianca, Judy Jones, the
be "Taming of the Starew," Mason widow. Jack Stute%ille, the tailor
Johnson, chairman of the drama and Danny DeHart, the haber-
The voting booth will open department, announced Friday, dasher.-
for the first time this Thursday The Shakespearean comedy will
after assembly for the students be presented in recognition of
to vote on the proposed amend- Shakespeare s 400th birthday cere-
ments to the constitution. bration.
The booth, which is in the Taking the leadingj-oles will be
rear of the Boaz Student Cen- two speech-drama majors from jnterfraternity Council has
ter. will be open from 11:30 Fort Worth. They are Jeri Boul- announced that fraternity rush will
until 4 Thursday and from 8 wari?, sophomore, - as Katherina,. held this fail for upp^r class-
until 4 Friday. and Sargent Hill, senior, as Petru- men only previoUsly, men's rush
Student Senators and APO chio. %vas scheduled only for the spring
members will man the booth. To Other members of the cast are ^jr.ester but the council voted to
vote, students must present Steve Schoolar in the role of hold a speciaJ for those men
their student activity cards. Baptista Minola, David Erskine as u.^0 ^ave attended TWC more
Student Association President \ incentio, Ronnie McCoy as Lj- »han on" semester and wish to join
Joe Farley urges all students to centio, Jim Keith as Gremio and a fraterRity
carefully read and consider the Stephen ^alKer as Tramo. All men who are interested ^all
amendments and vote on them. Bill Fabian will portray Bion- t-irsl semester freshmen are
They were printed in last week's dello, Danny McCoy will be cast e|jsjb;e, should register in Dean
Rambler and are reprinted this as Grumio, Rick W alton as Cur...s. arrv Green's office Oct. o and
week on page 4.
and Ralph Kell as the pedant.
£ Sadie Hawkins' Doin's Coming Oct. 6;
Gals Get Primed for tlfe Big Shindig
will be available after the assembly iock. Since all TWC Dogpatch
by Rosanne Harvey and a[j iemaies are urged to get girls turn into normal American
You fellers better take to the them ... the boys sure won't. girls at 11 p.m., the dance will end
pm Southern Methodist Uni-
| where he majored in jour-
He is a member of the
of Directors for Goodwill
'ies in Fort Worth, and holds
ther important civic posi-
Ity members in formal aca-
Iregalia formed the proces-
In the Sadie Hawkins assembly, at 10:30. barring unforeseen
still site, ifs almost time fer'thet emceed by Danny McCoy, each events.
H longtime resident backwoods> the backhouse or your
*ort is orth. He received his de
6. between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Rushees are asked to list which
fraternity parties they are inter-
ested in attending.
The rush parties will be held
Oct. 7. 9 and 10. Bids will be issued
the following Monday, Oct. 12 and
will be in Dean Green's office be-
tween 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Bids
must be signed in the dean's of-
Rushees must have a grade point
average of at least 2.00 and must
not be on any type of probation.
day when th^ gals lose all their sorority and fraternity v.ill pre-
senses and make a brazen beeline sent a s^it- After as much of this _ . ..
fer the feller they mos. warn .0 ^ EdUCOtlOH FOCUlty AtteHOS Ret^t
Yep, next Tuesday, October 6, is
Sadie Hawkins Day ... and you the gathering.
ets May Be Paid
enate Office Daily
Pa ("king tickets can be paid
gfiv Student Senate office
ay, Wednesday, and Fri-
#between the hours of 8:00
m? and 12:00 p.m. They may
Ibe paid on Tuesday and
fday after assembly until
lure to pay all parking
will necessitate the with-
g of all academic records,
'n ation regarding appellate
dure, may be obtained from
i,tttflent Senate office.
Li 1 Abner will be elected from "Study, evaluation, work." was an analytical approach of solving
the theme of the education divi- student problems in education. Dr.
all know what that means. Every- After the assembly, there will be sion'j faculty retreat held at the Mclntyre passed out problems
body is to come to classes Tuesday frolic in the earthy Dogpatch stagecoach Inn in Salado. Texas, to those who attended, to be solv-
decked out in his best Dogpatch style On the lawn. Cider-swilling over the weekend. ed by them. He also brought some
dud«. This custom dates back to "Contests, tobaccy-spitting and the jn the retreat objectives, four of the new ideas in research being
the days of our ancestors at TWC traditional race of the womenfolk courses were discussed. They were conducted at the University of
and those who fail to comply with aftertfte men will be held. "Improvement of Communications Texas.
the dress codes are subject to a Walter Jetton Grimes will H5<-e About Our .Programs." "Improve- Most of the time was spent de-
jail sentence. a spreadsin front of the cafeteria rr.ent of Course Offerings and veloping bulletins to be printed for
in win nave uit*u
pic or one 0f the appointed de- The annual Sadie Hawkins dance Participating in Saturday and not mentioned sn the catalogue,
puties to obtain their freedom, ^ill be that night at 7:30 p.m. in 'Sunday night's general meeting Those who attended were: Dr.
Bovs "thrown in will have to get the cafeteria with a swingm'. \yere Dr. Kenneth Mclntyre. pro- Bill Freen#h, chairman of the
out the be<t way they can . >. stompin' band to be announced, fess or of educational administra- education division. Drs. Omega
Deputies and Marryin* Sam will It could be that Linda Lou man tion. University of Texas: and Sun- Nicholson. Ira Mavfield Jr.. Joe
be chosen in class meetings Thurs- himself. Ifs the feminine duty to day night. Dr. Jim Pearson, as- Mitcheil. J. H. Kincaid, Mary Crow,
d-iv The deputies will be in charge ask the feller to this frolic. sociate professor of history and Dean Catharine Wakefield, Mr.
of the la.il and Marryin' Sam will Midway in the dance. Marryin' assistant to the dean of arts and Walter Langston. Mrs. Carolyn
be in charge of* the marryin'. Sam. ,*vill join the elected Daisy sciences. University of Texas. Beans, and Mrs. Dimple William.
Licenses for the sacred ceremonies Mae and Li'l Abner in unholy wed-^ To illustrate the objectives of son. secretary.
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