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Lights To Shine
Moonlit nights at the
Coliseum parking lot come
to an end.
Due to complaints from
high school principals in the
SMU area and from the
University Park police, the
Coliseum parking lot now
boasts an eerie, purplishwhite glow.
Mercury vapor lights on
two tall posts,, were turned
on because "high school
students were taking ad
vantage of a darkened spot,"
according to the office of
Charles S. Dawson, head of
SMTTs physical plant.
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, Friday, December 4, 1964
Spring semester pre-counseling
for undergraduates and special
students in four of SMU's schools
will take place Monday through
SMU Registrar J. Douglas
Conner said all pre-counseling
must be completed by 5 p.m.,
Friday, a week from today (Dec.
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Undergrads To Fix
Recruiters To Take Long Trip
Conner said undergraduate and
special students from the schools
of Arts, Business, Humanities and
Sciences, and freshmen in the
Engineering School will be in
cluded in next week's pre-coun
Plans are being made for a
—Photo by Will Johnson
complete registration of under Jim Smith (Number 32) sets for a swisher from the side in Tuesday
graduates for the fall semester of night's basketball game in the Moody Coliseum. SMU swamped Okla
1965, he said.
Students may pick up their homa City 89-76 in the season opener.
study list cards and spring class
schedule beginning at 8:30 a.m.
Monday in the Student Center
Lounge. Freshmen enrolled in
the Engineering School will pick
up their materials in the Engi
neering Dean's Office.
Students then must see their
advisers and plan their schedules,
The Student Senate voted much as was possible to the tour.
being sure to get the adviser's
However, since the Senate bud
signature on the study list card unanimously to give SMU's Music
for the year has already been
and to fill it out with the com
approved, any money allocated at
plete schedule. Cards will be
turned in to the Admissions and
The 23-man orchestra is trying
Records Office, Perkins Admin
to raise $1,500 for a 1,700-mile
r Conner warned that students tour through Texas, Oklahoma,
missing the Friday deadline will and Arkansas next spring.
register last at spring registra
Dean of the School of the Arts
Kermit H. Hunter said he would
give as much as $750 (half what's
KANSAS CITY, Mo., (UPI)—
needed) in matching any other
funds raised, by donation or The Kansas City Chiefs Tuesday
announced the signing of SMU
otherwise, toward the tour.
quarterback Danny Thomas to an
Dean Hunter's contribution and American Football League con
* A business proposition be
Senate's donation leave $450 tract.
tween the Campus "Y" and a
Thomas led the Southwest Con
Kentucky mountain family will
ference in punting three years.
benefit both. Details . . . page 5.
* SMU will host some^350 dele music school, said the school He was national punting champ
gates from 44 schools next week. would try to raise the $450 pos ion in 1963 with a 44-yard aver
Convention details . . . page 2. sibly by giving concerts and age and ranked fourth this sea
son with a 42.5-yard average
* The Yuletide Spirit dominates charging admission."
the social scene this week. Ram
The Senate backed the tour
A native of Dallas, Thomas was
Stufflebeme and her Campus Ca- unanimously, and most senators the Chiefs' ninth draft choice a»
indicated they wanted to give as. a.
,PNWS."; • •
by ELLIOT WEST
Dr. Jack R. Strange of the psy the university, kicked off the
chology department will accom committee's program early in Oc
pany the members of the Student tober when he addressed the top
Senate recruitment committee juniors of several Dallas area
and will speak to high school high schools.
prospects in Houston and Beau
In November members of the
senior class of Hockaday School
Nancy Van Nordstrand, head requested a meeting with the
of the committee, Charles Crutch- committee and a tour of the
field, Johnny Mathis, Jane Har- SMU campus.
rell, and Dr. Strange will head a
Costs of the out-of-town ban
luncheon Saturday for the top 15 quets are met by both the Stu
juniors of each Houston high dent Senate and the alumni or
ganization in the city visited. Air
Next stop will be Beaumont transportation for members of
Saturday night where Dr. Strange the committee and the faculty
will deliver his second address to speaker is paid for by SMU's of
prospects from the upper 5 per fice of financial aid, Nancy said.
cent of the city's high school
"The idea of the program is to
present the academic side of
SMU and show what the school
has to offer to superior students,"
Recruitment volunteers plan
to visit Tyler on Jan. 23. Between
that date and April 24 the stu
dents will visit Corpus Christi,
San Antonio, Marshall, LongSartre, V. Packard
view, Tulsa, Okla.; Oklahoma
City, Okla.; Wichita Falls, AmaAccept Invitations
rillo, Midland, and Odessa.
by KAY DARWIN
"Since we cannot go to every
city in this area, we have to con
Jean-Paul Sartre, Vance Pack
centrate on cities with the best ard and Robert Penn Warren
high schools and the best-organ- have accepted invitations to
ized alumnus groups," comment speak at SMU convocations and
ed Van Nordstrand.
evening lectures during the sec
A different member of the ond semester, the Academic Com
SMU faculty is scheduled to mittee of the Senate announced
speak on each trip in an effort Wednesday.
to attract the high school elite of
Also Stephen Spender, Fred
erick Ray and Richard Hofstadter
the area, she added.
Dr. Willis M. Tate, president of have been invited by the Aca
Vance Packard will speak Feb.
16 on "America in Upheaval."
Packard is author of best-sellers
"The Status Seekers" and "The
Waste Makers," as well as "The
Naked Society" and "The Pyra
Stephen Spender, who is sched
this point will be drawn from the uled to speak Mar. 25, is the Bri
Senate's "pigeon-hole" fund; that tish editor of the Anglo-American
is, unused money set aside for journal, "Encounter." Spender is
the use of various student groups. a well known writer and poet. He
(If the group decides that it does will discuss how socialism de
not need the Senate appropria veloped from the climate of the
tion, it returns the money to the thirties.
Senate in the spring.)
Richard Hofstadter, Pulitzer
The proposed tour would leave Prize-winning historian, will dis
Dallas March 12 to perform at cuss anti-intellectualism in Amer
high schools and possibly in ican society. He will come to
churches in 14 communities. SMU in April.
Music would range from Mozart
Robert Penn Warren, who was
awarded the Pulitzer Prize for
The Senate indicated the tour his novel, "All's the King's Men,"
would improve the music school's will speak in May.
reputation as well as serve as a
Frederick Ray, an SMU pro
good recruiting device to draw fessor, will discuss "the philoso
good students to SMU.
phy of sex" at a date yet to be
"We need more top instrumen announced. Ray is tire former
talists in the music school;" Sen. chairman of the Department of
June Hunt of the Music School Philosophy at Dickinson College.
Stopping points on the tour's ible for getting these speakers
schedule include Austin, Hous- (the Academic Committee) is
Orchestra Tour Given $300
By Senate; Still Needs $450
composed of Dru Sherrod, Susan
Holland and Karon
2 Tm SMII Campus
mooy, MOTivw ^
The Dolphin Club of SMU will
present its annual water show at
8 p.m., Wednesday, according to
Miss Shirley Corbitt, MRA spon
"Number, Please" is the title
of this year's Christmas perform
ance, which will be presented at
Jerry Holt and Jeanne Brett
are coordinators of the program
that is under the direction of
Miss Sue Wood of the Women's
Physical Education Department.
—Photo by Chuch Sonquist
VOLUNTEERS call to raise funds for SMU's Annual Sustentation Drive. Many of the volunteers are SMU
350To Attend Convention
by CHARLOTTE MENGER
SMU will be host to approxi
mately 350 delegates from 44
state and private schools at the
Region 12 Convention of the As
sociation of College Unions on
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 11-12.
Delegates will include students
and student center staff members
from private and state schools in
Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas.
Early registration will begin
Thursday night in the Student
Center, and continue Friday. In
addition to members of the ACU,
schools interested in joining and
the University of Houston, now
building a center, will attend to
Twelve discussion groups will
be held all day Friday for stu
dent delegates on such topics as
films, hospitality, and decora
While students meet, student
center staff members will also
hold discussion groups on center
management, catering, and prob
lems in running a student center.
Three general meetings will be
held in the assembly room Fri
day morning and afternoon, and
Saturday morning. SMU Presi
dent Willis M. Tate will give a
keynote address Friday morning,
and Dean Fred Bryson will wel
come delegates to SMU.
Keynoter at Saturday's lunch
eon is W. D. Scott, who will be
director of the University of
A formal banquet and dance
will be held Friday night in the
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Grand Ballroom, preceded by a
social hour. "We want to create
as much of a night club atmos
phere as possible," said Cheryl
Wall, District Vice-chairman of
Members of fashion committee
in hostess gowns will seat guests.
Dancing will start at 8:30 to the
16-piece Mustang Band stage
band. A floor show will be held
at 9 p.m.
Official delegates to the con
vention from SMU are Governing
Board officers Carol Vogt, Janie
McVea, Pete Thompson, and
members of directorate. Carolyn
Harris is secretary for the Re
gion and will not be a delegate.
SMU applied for the conven
tion site at last year's convention
held in Lubbock. Cheryl Wall
was appointed to the regional
vice-chairmanship as host man
ager of the convention by SMU's
Meningitis has been diagnosed
at two Southwest schools in the
SMU students who have been
in contact with students exposed
to the disease, an inflammation of
the protective meninges cover
ing the brain and spinal cord, are
urged by Dr. Lester L. Keyser to
visit the health center for anti
Rebecca Thompson, an 18-yearold freshman at Sam Houston
State in Huntsville, died of men
ingitis last week. Tuesday anoth
er 18-year-old freshman at Texas
A&M was flown to Lackland Air
Force Base in San Antonio, where
his case was also diagnosed as
The A&M frosh is expected to
Some 2,000 Aggies were innoculated with penicillin on
Wednesday alone. Sam Houston
students were also receiving pen
Dr. Keyser explained, "There
really is no innoculation against
the disease. It can be treated or
resisted with some antibiotics."
Frat Holds Conclave
Tom C. Clark, a Dallasite and sociation being invited to the
member of the U. S. Supreme luncheon, Henderson extended an
Court, will be the guest at a invitation to the university as a
luncheon highlighting an annual whole. Tickets will be sold at $3
district conclave of Phi Alpha apiece in Room 124 of the Stu
Delta legal fraternity by the SMU dent Center Monday through noon
chapter Dec. 11-12.
Henderson also invited stu
Clark will speak to 150 mem
to attend a coffee hour
bers of Phi Alpha Delta frGm
to 3 p.m., Dec. 12 at
nine schools of law in Texas,
Arkansas, and Oklahoma. They Storey Hall. Clark will be the
represent District VIII of the guest of honor.
largest legal fraternity in the
Woody Henderson, a third year
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ters before the luncheon at the
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District VIII members have to
•Hawaii, not iust see the islands — the
Itow In which you personally participate
make contact with other chapters
tin the very best of island living, not iust
Ihear about it. Includes jet roundtrip from
of the fraternity and to exchange
•California, residence, and many dinners,
Iparties; shows, cruises, sightseeing, beach
ideas," Henderson said.
(activities, and cultural events, plus other
1 tour services.
Other activities planned for the
Phi Alpha Delta conclave include
Mrs. C. C. Turner
a cocktail party at the Dallas
$311 Hlllcrest Ave.
Country Club Friday, Dec. 11,
Dallas 5, Texas
Tel.: LA S-2470
and a breakfast the following
morning at Storey Hall.
In addition to the SMU Law
School and the Dallas Bar As-
PIZZA PARTY, Inc.
Sunday, Dec. 6
500 Reserved Front Row Seats
for SMU Faculty, Staff, and
6609 Vt Hillcrest Ave.
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Andre Kole, known as "The
Magician's Magician" and billed
as America's leading illusionist,
will demonstrate his wares and
speak on "From Fantasy to Re
ality" here tonight.
Scheduled from 6:45 to 7:45,
the program will be in Room 103
of the Student Center. The ap
pearance of Kole and his wife,
Aljeana, is sponsored by the
"Campus Crusade," non-denomi
national religious group.
Kole at present is devoting a
major portion of his time to mak
ing personal appearances at lead
ing universities across the coun
try. He also is speaking to civic
and television audiences in con
nection with the work of the
Campus Crusade for Christ.
The magician is recognized as
one of the foremost inventors of
magical effects, and his unusual
approach to spiritual values has
Christmas capers are on the
scene, and every campus group
is exuding Yuletide spirit!
DZ's will hold their annual
Christmas celebration tonight
from 8 to 12 at the Sheraton.
The Sheraton will also be the
scene for the ATO formal tonight
from 9 to 12.
ADPi's will trim their Christ
mas tree at a slumber-less party
tonight at the ADPi house.
Gamma Phis and their datw
will celebrate the yuletide season
at a semi-formal this evening
from 8 to 12 at the Holiday Inn
at Love Field.
Kappa Sigs and Kappas will
don ice skates from 1:30 to 4:30
this afternoon at the Fair Park
The Fijis will be entertained by
the Zelas tonight at a buffet sup
per at the Zeta House. Later,
2. Let's act ft out. IH be
the bou. Try and fell
I'd like to, Fred, but
I have to get set for
a job Interview.
«. "Good morning, Mr. Fishwick."
"Hi there, Freddie boy,
buddy, old paL"
Band Enters Sports Life
a e s
there will be a casual party for
Fijis and their dates at Vick's in
Jolly George and the Five Jollies will swing and stomp at a
Pike victory party tonight at
Wiley's Dude Ranch from 8 to 12.
A scavenger hunt in quest of
their big sisters will keep Chi O
pledges busy tomorrow morning.
Afterward, pledges will be treated to a brunch, and the whole
The musicians of the Mustang
Band will turn athletic when they
take on the TCU Band and per
haps the KBOX "Good Guys" in
football and basketball competi
The SMU Band's football team,
under the direction of Bill Lively,
will compete with the TCU Band
b°ys in a flag football contest
Saturday at 1 p.m. on the grid-
"Musicology, cum laude.
But I'm getting my M.A.
in experimental psych."
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ADPi's and their dates will jljljj
dine and dance in Christmas jiiji!
fashion at the Cabana Motor Ho- iiiiii n - tel tomorrow night from 8 to 12, iiiiii 1%
while Delta Sigs and their dates jjijjj ^
will combine a tree-decorating iiiiii ******
session with a dance at the Delta jjiiii
DZ pledges will match cos- jjiiii
tumes to discover their big sis- iiiiii \ ' "
ters at a hobo party Sunday af- |jjj I
ternoon at the DZ house.
jlljij ; ^ '* jMBk""
The Sigma Chis will host the jjiiii
Kappas at a tea Sunday from 2 Iiiiii | *
to 4 at the Sigma Chi house.
The ATO's will welcome par- jjjjj!
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ents and fraternity men Sunday iiiiii
evening from 5:30 to 7 at an open jjjijj
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house. Dates will be "welcomed" jjjijj
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Gamma Phi pledges will ready |j|j|j
the Gamma Phi house for the Ijijjl
Christmas season Sunday after- j|j|j|
noon at a house-decorating party. Ililjl
Zeias and their dates are plan- llijlj
SEE YOU SOON.
ning to decorate the Zeta Christ- lliilj
mas tree Sundav night
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Your campus repre
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F O R D i n Dallas . . .
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"Well, sir, I took Quiaa'i
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What's your major?"
iron of the Amon Carter Stadium
The M-Band's basketball team,
new this year, has tentative plans
to play the "Good Guys," KBOX
disc jockeys, during the half of
the SMU-Tulsa game Tuesday
cJ/^mas Tree." ^ fa
The Pi Phis and the Kappa Sigs
Howard Hanson> PuUtzer Pnze"
will journey to the DAC Country
Club for their formal Christmas winning composer and Phi Beta
dance Saturday night from 8 to Kappa scholar, will lecture on
12. Jack AUday's combo will pro- "The Creative Arts in the Modvide music.
ern society" Monday at 3 p.m. in
Lambda Chis will host an in,
formal Christmas dance at West- rulcher AuitorlumThe lecture is part of the Phi
ern Hills tomorrow night from
8 to 12.
Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar ProThe annual Phi Deli B-function gram and will be open to the
also will take place tomorrow public.
evening from 8 to 12 at the Petro_
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Pity the poor college student. Always being told he's too young
to do this, to old to do that—the totally uncomfortable middle
Now one of the collegian's few remaining privileges is being
encroached by the younger generation. Teenage sweethearts have
driven the dark from the Coliseum parking lot. Too many high
school principals have complained that their young charges are
wasting valuable study time in extracurricular pastimes on SMU
Two tall, ugly lighting fixtures now cast a dim but still un
friendly glow toward the once hallowed ground that, traditionally
belongs to SMU's young lovers.
In the good old days, romantically inclined Mustangs were urged
to visit the Coliseum. "It's safe," the dorm counselors said. "The
police patrol it."
Now even the police have turned against us. They joined the
high school officials in lodging complaints.
No cozy, welcoming place to park. High schoolers snatching all
the choice places. Big Brother in the form of mercury vapor lights
glaring down on the cars.
There probably isn't even a Santa Claus.
—Mary Jo Fike
Tulsa Fans 'Thank1
SMU For Rhome
final Exam Schedule
FALL SEMESTER, 1964-65
School of the Arts, School of Busmen Administration, School of
Humanities and Sciences, Graduate School, ROTC
Time of Class Meetings:
Date and Time of Examination
Some loyal Tulsa University
Monday, January 11
fans thought the following letter
Monday, January 11
11:00- 1:00 p.m.
might be of interest to the SMU
Monday, January 11
11:00- 1:00 p.m.
2:00- 4:00 p.m.
In the spirit of the recent
Tuesday, January 12
11:00- 1:00 p.m.
Thanksgiving feast we wish to
express our gratitude to HayEnglish, Soph. Com
den Fry for allowing us to
Tuesday, January 12
2:00- 4:00 pjn.
acquire our valued passing bon
Wednesday, January 13 8:00-10:00 a.m.
anza. We are referring to Jerry
Rhome and his fourteen NFL
Wednesday, January 13 11:00- 1:00 p.m.
Combined Econom. 11 Wednesday, January 13 11:00- 1:00 p.m.
Combined LS3, Nature
Since Christmas is coming
Wednesday, January 13 2:00- 4:00 p.m.
up, we are sure that SMU will
Thursday, January 14
come through again. However
Combined Acctg. 41d
Thursday, January 14 11:00- 1:00 p.m.
we wish to emphasize the fact
Thursday, January 14
that we are interested in play
2:00- 4:00 p.m.
ers only. One hundred percent
Friday, January 15
effort has always been enough
Comb. Math. 2 and 37 Friday, January 15
11:00- 1:00 p.m.
for us; we are not one to look
Friday, January 15
2:00- 4:00 p.m.
a gift horse in the mouth.
Combined BA 55
Saturday, January 16
Keep up the good work.
Comb. History 1 and 2 Saturday, January 16 11:00- 1:00 p.m.
Saturday, January 16
2:00- 4:00 p.m.
Surprise. "We like something for a change.
Charles Walker, Bill
Christmas carols, played upon the carillon in Fondren Science
Monday, January 18
building, have drifted across campus shortly before eight o'clock
Monday, January 18
2:00- 4:00 p.m.
classes this week.
Classes other than Dallas College meeting in the evening will
Trudging toward an eight o'clock class is generally a pretty
hold their examinations at the regular class period from Janu
grim experience, when it's cold and the wind is blowing at some Cosmopolitan Club
thing like 763 miles per hour.
The music is played courtesy of a music student, who, out of To the Campus:
An Open letter to American
love for his fellow man, hauls himself out of bed at some ungodly
hour in order to spread a little joy to his fellow man.
Members of the Cosmopolitan
The carols make the long walk seem a little shorter and Christ
Club wish to remind their Ameri
mas vacation a little closer.
can fellow students at SMU that
Maybe there is a Santa Claus.
—Mary Jo Fike the club welcomes "natives" as
SMU's University Choir has re
well as "foreigners" from other corded SMU's fraternity and so for recruitment tours of the Uni
rority songs on a special album,
June said students wishing to
The purpose of 'lie Cosmopoli and it is being sold by those in buy albums could do so by call
tan is, after all, to be just that—
ing her at EM 8-4251, or by writ
cosmopolitan, and to provide op the choir, choir spokesman June ing her at the Kappa Delta Box.
portunities for cultural exchange Hunt announced Wednesday.
The album is entitled "A Sere
among students from all over the
The album sells for $2.98. Prof nade of Fraternity and Sorority
Climaxing the fall semester of "Y" Tutor Project, this fall sup world.
its from record sales will be used Songs."
its tutor program, the Campus plied more studies coaches for
Certainly, this exchange wel
"Y" plans to host 90 SMU "Y" students from Dallas' "less comes, even requires, participants
tutors and their students at an chance" areas than during any from here in the United States as
open house Tuesday in the Stu semester in the past, said Charles well. The term "foreigner" goes
Schroeder, coordinator of the both ways: Americans are just as
foreign to foreign students as
Arriving at the Student Center Tutor Project.
Mary Jo Fike
In its first year the program foreign students are to them.
at 5:30 p.m., the students from
Charlotte Menger, Helen Preble
West and South Dallas will be was completely voluntary, ex
Our next meeting will be on Sports
given a tour of the campus and
Friday, Dec. 11 at 6:15 p.m. in the Features
Lorna Seals, Henry Heussr
then taken to dinner, according organized program began.
Student Center. We hope to see Society
Continually growing, the pro many Americans there.
to the "Y" plans.
— Sharl Backus, Dru Fisher, Chuck Sonqulst, Don Pearce. Sherry Roberts,
gram is now receiving financial
Nancy Smith, Kit Werleln, Nancy Strode, John Peavy, Eddie CDonnaB,
The open house at 7 p.m. cli
maxes the evening's planned ac support. The "Y" furnishes trans
portation to the eight activity
President of the
Martin S. Reese
In its third year, the Campus centers for the tutors.
Assistant Advertising Manager
University Choir Albums On Sale,
Frat And Sorority Songs Recorded
V Holds Open House,
Ends Tutor Program
The SMU Campus
A Kentucky mountain family
will receive clothing and toys,
and SMU will receive greens to
decorate the Student Center on a
"swap" sponsored by the campus
The business proposition was
suggested in a letter received by
the "Y" in mid-October from Mrs.
Allen Brock, Asher, Ky. Bea
Spiegel, special events chairman
for the "Y," suggested the SMU
group adopt it as a Christmas
Clothes will be collected in the
"Y" office on the first floor of the
Student Center until the last
week before Christmas vacation.
Mrs. Brock's letter, to the "Y,"
written on school paper with a
laborious ball point, reads: "Dear
Schoal freindL I thought I would
write you. We live here in the
mounteins of Ky. I wonder if you
would like to exchange used
clothing and toys for ever greens
such as pines holly mistletoes you
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Yours Sincerely, Mrs. Allen
Brock, Asher, Kentucky."
Registration Pulls 40% Fee
More than 40 per cent of an
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is spent on registration, accord
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Thelma MacCune of the Business
In addition to the $22 allocated
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Sigma Chi pledges are hosting
a variety of activities honoring
their nominees for their pledge
class sweetheart, who will be an
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The nominees are Kathy Alex
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Gamma Phi; Cheryl Newbold,
Delta Gamma; Bette Matthews,
KD; Letha Wooldridge, DZ; Patty
Roper, Theta; Virginia McCord,
Zeta; Becky Rainwater, Pi Phi;
and Jane Edgington, independent.
Sigma Delta Chi
Larry Ikels, president of the
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proaching, only 200 coeds have
been photographed, according to
Curtis Wright, Rotunda editor.
Curtis continued, "Rotunda
Beauties are supposed to be rep
resentatives of the school. Unless
more girls have their pictures
made, this won't be true this
The Christmas season will rock
onto campus to the tunes of a
tree-decorating party and jam
session Monday afternoon.
AWS is sponsoring the party
from 3 to 5 p.m. in the women's
Students can help decorate a
15-foot Christmas tree behind the
health center, and participate in
other "surprises during the ses
sion, Ann McConnell, AWS rep
Harold Noble, SMU student,
will present his senior recital at
3 p.m., Friday
SENATOR J. WILLIAM FULBRIGHT, D-Ark., will speak on the U.S.
Foreign Policy at an all-university convocation Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.
in McFarlin Auditorium.
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Judges of the competition hail
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Massie's winning photo was a
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THE 8MTJ CAMPPB 7
Ponies Top Chiefs, 89-76
Oklahoma City University was the game's best rebounder as
Then, OCU started pressing the
and cut the margin to six
brought "The World's Tallest
80-74 with 1:56 to go,
However, OCU's James Ware
Team" to the Coliseum Tuesday
but Ward cashed, in a threenight, but the Mustangs failed to was the game's high scorer as he pointer, and the game belonged to
poured in 23 points. He also tied
be impressed as they toppled the Begert with 12 rebounds.
Chiefs in the season opener for
In a game Wednesday night,
The Mustangs jumped off to a
both clubs, 89-76.
Lon Morris Bearcats, paced
quick five-point lead and trailed
"It was a real fine first game only once the entire night. Ware by Noel Stout's 24 points, wal
for us," Doc Hayes said happily. put the Chiefs out in front mo loped the Colts, 96-76.
Hank Wendorf's jump shot garners two points for the Mustangs
Bill Ranier tallied 18 for the
"We shot well, rebounded well mentarily, 46-45, as the second
half opened, but Holman hit two
and ran well. I guess we just quick jump shots and the Mus SMU freshmen while John Higlooked bad when they started tangs started building a 10-point ginbotham followed with 15 and
Greg Emrick with 14.
pressing us (with about 8 minutes lead again.
to play). But we hadn't work
ed on the press much. We will
Also just completed are the now."
by DON PEARCE
Actually, Hayes had a lot of
We Keep the Ponies Running!
Ping pong competition will be All-League fraternity football
gin Monday—the last intramural and basketball teams.
reasons to be happy. His Ponies
For football, the All-League hit 51.5 per cent of their shots
activity before the Christmas
LEAGUE B while holding the Chiefs to a
the Independent LEAGUE A
35.0 average; senior co-captain
champion will be decided by a
Danny Dixon Bill Ward scored 20 points while
single elimination tournament, Robert Haley
Blair Smith sophomore Denny Holman, Char
the fraternities will play through Mike Fussell
5617 E. University Blvd.
two weeks of competition for the
les Beasley and Bob Begert ac
counted for 36 more and Begert
The league pairings are as fol
1. Alpha Tau Omega
2. Beta Theta Pi
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3. Delta Sigma. Phi
5. Kappa Sigma
6. Phi Gamma Delta
7. Sigma Alpha Epsilon
The All-League basketball
1. Delta Chi
2. Kappa Alpha
3. Lambda Chi Alpha
John Hewitt Marshall Edwards
4. Phi Delta Theta v
5. Pi Kappa Alpha
Dave Sherer Harold Richardson
6. Sigma Alpha Mu
7. Sigma Chi
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Friday, December 4, 1964
Smith, Ward Captain Ponies
As Cagers Bounce Into Play
by JOHN PEAVY
The Mustang cagers, who are
preparing for their Southwest
Conference opener against the
Rice Owls January 5, continue a
tough intersectional schedule as
the men from the Hilltop face the
Vanderbilt Commodores tomor
row night in Nashville, Tenn.
Noted for playing an unusually
tough pre-conference schedule,
the Ponies return home Tuesday
night to battle the Tulsa Hurri
Head basketball coach E. O.
"Doc" Hayes must rely on his
team's speed to offset the loss of
his big man — All-Conference
Bill Ward, Jim Smith and Car
roll Hooser will be among the fa
miliar faces on the Pony starting
A very aggressive player, 6-5
Bill Ward will co-captain the
against Rice, the determined sen
ior hit 16 of 17 free throws enroute to a 22-point, performance.
Smith, the Ponies' 6-7 co-cap
tain and center, is the cagers'
most accurate free throw shoot
er. His hook and fall-away jump
shots spell trouble for opponents.
"Carroll Hooser could be one
of the all-time greats here at
SMU," Hayes says of his 6-7 for
ward, and justly so since the jun
ior will be the Mustangs' top re^
turning scorer. Last season, Hoo
ser poured in 27 points against
a tough Georgia Tech team.
Still, the Mustangs will employ
several youngsters and sopho
mores Charles Beasley and Den
ny Holman have been tabbed as
An excellent playmaker, Hol
man has already showed his ver
satility on the Varsity as he
scored 15 points against Oklaho
ma City Tuesday night.
Charles Beasley, a 6-4 forward,
averaged over 20 points per game
for last year's outstanding fresh
man team. According to Hayes,
"Beasley might become the best
all-round basketball player that
we've had here since Rick Herrscher."
Providing insurance for the
Pony attack will be guards Bob
Jones and Hank Wendorf and
forwards Bob Begert and John
The Vanderbilt Commodores,
ranked as high as fifth in some
pre-season. polls, will provide stiff
competition for the Hilltoppers.
Led by All-American candidate
Clyde Lee, the Commodores seem
sure to improve over their im
pressive 19-6 record of last year.
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The Cotton Bowl has been a
lonely place for the Mustangs
Saturday, as the shadows
lengthened across the giant sta
dium, a lonely figure stood on
the 10-yard line and gazed into
the empty stands where moments
earlier, 12,000 people had watch
ed the Horned Frogs of TCU
hand the Mustangs a 17-6 loss.
Indeed, the season has been a
long one, and not many fans have
stayed around to watch the end
Of course, the Mustangs fin
ished the year far worse than
many had predicted at the start.
But no one really dreamed that
they would end the season in the
Southwest Conference cellar with
a 1-9 record.
Unfortunately it happened, and
now people are shaking their
heads and asking the simple
The reasons for the "failure"
aren't many in number, but are
important in value.
First and most important,
probably no other team suffered
as many injuries, especially to
the offensive unit, as did the 1964 Navy and Arkansas.
Then too, maybe the probation
Before the season even got un had more of a psychological ef
derway, three key members of fect than most people realize. Al
the offense, Larry Jernigan, John though it certainly isn't the main
Roderick and Mac White, were reason why the Ponies lost, per
lost for the season. Then, within haps it should be given some
three weeks, Danny Thomas suf consideration.
fered a knee "injury that hindered
And so the season has ended
his effectiveness all season and
and nothing can be done to
Donny Oefinger broke his jaw
change it. However, the student
and was lost for four games.
body should always remember
Add to these major injuries, that the 1964 Mustangs never
the many bruised shoulders, gave up or lost pride in them
sprained ankles and torn carti selves.
lages that hampered almost ev
For that, we all should be
ery member of the squad at one proud!
time or another during the sea
son, and it shouldn't be too hard
to understand why injuries play
ed the leading role in the dismal
I want to talk to students, men
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At times, the Mustangs looked
on-off campus public contact work.
more like refugees from the op
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Another factor was the lack of
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