The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 02, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 29, 1964 Page: 4 of 6
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THE RAM bier
Whereas, in the existing Consti-
tution of the Student: Association
of Texas W e s 1 e y a n College
there have been omitted certain
provisions which are felt to be in
the best interests of the members
of that body, in accord with the
stated purpose of the Student As-
sociation; and thgt there also
„exist certit&i errors in terminology';
' and that there are portions which
if expressed in somewhat different
form would be more in agreement
with their purpose as interpreted
by the undersigned party (ies), be
it known that the undersigned have
proposed that the Constitution of
the Student Association of the
Texas Wesleyan College be
Amended, such that:
In Article II, Section 2;
the words . . Student Assem-
bly . . be deleted and replaced
by/A . . Freshman Class Meet-
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'"'in Article V, Section 5;
the words . . necessary to
transact business . . be deleted,
In Article VI,
there be added a fifth Section,
"Section 5: There shall be ap-
pointed by the President, subject
to the approval of a majority of
the Senate, an Attorney General*,
whose duties shall be to keep a
record of all honor points and see
that no one exceeds his rightful
number of points, to serve as coun-
sel for the Senate or the Student
Association when either of those
organizations appears as plaintiff
or defendant before the Supreme
Court, and such other duties as
assigned by the Executive Council,"
In Article VII, Section 1;
the words . . and provision
for necessary committees and spe-
cial appointments . . be inserted
immediately following . . per-
tinent to it, . . preceding the
phrase : . shall be set forth in
In Article IX, Section 3;
the words . . as specified in
the By-Laws." be inserted follow-
ing the v?ords . . allocated
through a budget . .
In Article V,
there be added a second Section,
"Section 2: There shall be ap-
pointed by the President and ap-
proved by a majority of the Senate
a Parliamentarian, who shall be
the authority upon points of dis-
pute regarding parliamentary pro-
cedure in Senate meetings, and
whose further duties it shall be to
inform the President and members
of the Senate of any breach of
correct parliamentary procedure,
and to carry out such other related
responsibilities as determined by
the Executive Council.",
In hopes that the Senate of the
Student Association will approve
these amendments and submit
them to the members of the As-
sociation for ratification, we, the
undersigned, do affix our signa-
tures to these amendments and
submit them to the Senate on this
10 day of September, 1964.
Executive Council of the
Student ltf?nate of
Texas Wesleyan College
'I PASS/ sems to say a poor, miserable fish Jgl sophomore Rob
McBride feeds him another bite of«jpme delectable goodie.
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Baa Baa, Black Snei
by Rosanne Harvey
Little freshmen on the hillside, naive, trusting
little freshmen made of . . . eecch.
Shoe polish, lipstick, army boots,
green beanies? And they all look
just the same?
There's a sweet one and a smart
aleck one and one that misses his
motlifer, but they're almost all
young things has
been turned into a wiley band of
individuals who have been taught
to scheme and despise. Sort of
makes you all misty, doesn't it?
They, in their little band of be-!
ginner marayders, learn to watch j
for signs of leadership, originality i
made out of the same stuff and an(j maliciousness . . . and maybe |
they almost all look just the same, maturity. Could this be what fresh-
Until they've been in the pond a
few times, then their trur5 colors
start to show through. ,>
Freshmen commonly run in
herds, the girls blush at the upper-
class boys, the lyoys make nasty
signs at the upperclass boys, they
all run away from the pond and
toward their rooms in a herd man-
The smug sophomores try to
keep them coated with stereotyp-
ing freshman materials but
of them become a little toe
ginal, a little too differomn
from the herd sometimes. They
Come, shudder, an individual. This
surely displeases Ihe sophomores
and the slightly lofty juniors and
Here a pack of innocent-eyed,
itian initiation is all gbovHr Cottlfi
it be the freshman who took off
his beanie will regret it? Or the
one who, knowing full well he
more than likely wouldn't be put
in stocks for not obeying, just
smirked when asked to cooperate
with the group, missed something?
Surely those tyrannical sopho-
mores didn't realize much good
could come from initiation. Surely
they only satisfied their own sad-
istic desires and gave little thought
to the chance that a unified class
\rtttr~recognized leader potential
could develop. Surely the fresh-
men this year will see the folly of
the sophomore ways next year and
treat the adorable new freshmen
to tea and crutjipets every after-
noon until they can stand alone.
6 Brand New
Songs plus your\
F Beatles favorites I
WILFRID BRAMBELL .
WALTER SHENSON ALUN OWEN RICHARD LESTER^ luNITED ARTISTS
rHea/ ,h# Beatl" on the <>riB'nal sound track album tiom United Artists Rtcorot
. EXCLUSIVE SHOWING
BY 0. E. SCHOEFFLER, ESQUIRE'S Fashion Director
WELCOME BACK to the Halls of Academe! They rr.sv
not be covered with ivy-but what's on our mind is whs:':.-
to be covering you! So let's take the'plunge, and get y;
robe with it!
FIGHT FIRE WITH FIRE -specifically, with
< one of the new "Three-Alarm Blazers"! This is
a n§i£breed of blazer, and one to keep clearly
-"m minuAvhen you're looking for a new sport
jacket. They're just what they sound like-
colorful!—in reds from brilliant to burgundy,
in greens from Jbilliard-table to bottle, in
brightwuesjjpd, of course, in camel! Linings
blaze brighter, too-solids, stripes and patterns
to contrast or blend with the blazer. Buttons
account for the third alarm, in brilliant ce-
ramic with colorful motifs, or in bright, bur-
TAKE A GIANT STEP into "Giant Plaids," for ar.- th'-rr.v*
sport jackets. These oversize plaid patterns can be : f.d
mellow color combinations like brown with blue, u.rt
with dark red, and light and dark bronze tor;. . Th-:y'rt
course, with the natural shoulder styling favored n c:
from coast to coast.
"BIG V" GETSA BIG VOTE for still a third
This is your favorite herringbone pattern, but it. :
mighty power-especially in black and white or I: ■.->
combinations of hefty, husky yarns! The "Big
.note to the classic sport coat this year.
"CLUB CHINOS"—NEW CLASS FOR NEW CLASmS.
Chinos are neater, trimmer and slimmer than In yva/-.
of them will stay that way longer! Practical po! : r-'j!-:
rics contribute ejetra crease-retention, in or out !;.:r.
These pofJlilar pleatless pants feature a hip-ridi: • v -
an added Western touch in frontier-styled p<vr TL?
tan tones continue to be most in <' 1 >
o bleached "Bone" shade.
HAVE A "HOOT" FOR YOURSELF this y,,,-! ■ .
nannies has given its name to a whole new w.. 1
campus. This "Hoot Look" is identifiable, first <>:'
neck sweater—real or "mock" (the high crew ne
he-man look. Bright solid colors, stripes of ever:
in every direction, argyle and Scandinavian p.- •
found this year with the turtleneck "Hoot Le " '
JACK UP YOUR WARDROBE
J AC—the casual shirt-jack'
hip-length, fitting loosely ov :•
duroy Hoot Slacks. Solid
stripes highlight the Hoot
classic button-down styling.
'oglcal conclusion, it should
solid color turtleneck tee sh:
dickey made of comfortable, ;■
knit or polyester blend.
FOLK-SING-ALONG IN CORDUROY , which is stiffing
th i e.c^mPus in Hoot Slacks. In tan and brom-
ine brighter colors, and with trim, tapered stjrfir.. ti;.'?
as the I
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lually c n I
• be in 1
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SfAf 0UT SQUARES .» your Hoot
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fr fnt °n, shed fathers,-with leather or rubber soles-'-; "sh most
And £ .ather ^uadrangles, lined with ile- or m clea
combinnrfPraCtiCaI' €®|)r*care socks, try on son: Hoot f"9ce"
fibcr and sirctch "-vk"w
at go-with-everything, everywhere! 0n's e i
toplc-so* tlle more forma^ functions on campus is ^'.".tars John
we 11 be seeing you next month with the "suitable
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