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N ineteen of Weekly ' s 21 ' Win Election ; Referendum Meets Resounding Defeat [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

N ineteen of Weekly s 21 Win Election ; Referendum Meets Resounding Defeat Zieler _, Braun Buck Slate ; Referendum Fails by 36 % By TOM MORRIS Twenty-one representatives were elected to next year s Student Council last Wednesday Nineteen of these received the support of the Weekly . Also the referendum calling for this year s Council to elect the officers foi next year s body was overwhelmingly _defeated . Only Ron Zieler and David Braun spoiled the Weekly s predictions They replaced Charles Stern and David Braun , respectfully , who were both elected as alternates In addition to the six vacancies on Council , new representatives will supercede four incumbents who were not re-elected . Dennis Buchan , Tom McBee , Skip Hooper and Peter Eisen- [ beig were defeated . Alternates who were elected to Council were Charles Stern , Paul Martin , Dennis Buchan , juniors ; John Mat tin , Mark Gittleman , James Sundheim , sophomores , and John Burness , Peter Eisenberg , Andrew Axler , freshmen...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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Foundation Awards Five F and M Seniors Woodrow Wilson Graduate Fellowship Grants [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

Foundation Awards Five F and M Seniors Woodrow Wilson Graduate Fellowship Grants Five F and M seniors have been awarded Woodrow Wilson Fellowships for graduate study , according to the Woodiow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation of Princeton , New Jersey Two others leceived honorable mention _tecognition Among all Pennsylvania colleges and univeisities only Bryn Mawr , F and M , Haverford , University of Pennsylvania and Swarthmore leceived five or moie Fellowships . It was the laigest number of Woodrow Wilson Fcllous ever selected at Franklin and Marshall , according to Dr Luther J Binkley , campus representative foi the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Committee A total of fifteen F and M students have won the award since its beginning m 1957 F and M winneis repiesent both humanities and science disciplines They are : Llewellyn M Ehrhart of Dallastow n , Pa , biology major ; Steven C Gloggcr of Ridgefield Paik , N J , English major , Kenneth P . Johnson of Jamestown , N Y , mathematics...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

Weekly Out , Reporter In With last week s issue the old Student Weekly passed into the history of Franklin and Marshall College Today we are proud to particpate in the launching of a new venture in F and M student publications , a semiweekly newspaper It will appear each Tuesday and Friday throughout the school year and will be distributed in the same way the Student Weekly was Because of the limiting nature of the old _neuspapsis name , the editorial boa id has chosen a new name for the paper which we feel embodies the philosophy behind the incieased schedule of publication . Our campus has for some time needed a paper with more frequency than once a week . Confined to a weekly publication , we wcie often forced to relegate important news to an inside page or to let fresh news age considerably before publishing it . We feel that we will now be able to report campus news with considerably more timeliness and completeness . With this in mind , we have chosen the new name College Repo...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

I Alistair T _Cooke S USA Cooke To peak On Anglo-... Affairs hursday By JOHN BREHM Speaking on Pleasures and Pains of Anglo-American Relations , Mr i | f Alistair Cooke will deliver the sevJyenth Topic lecture in the currr nt sei _jries on Thursday evening at 8 15 p m i Mr . Cooke is noted for his outstanding job of conducting the telej vision _piogram , Omnibus , which _Jjvon him the coveted Sylvania and ( Look magazine awards and an Emmy award . 5 Bom in England , Cooke did graduate work at Harvaid and Yale and _ihas since made his residence in the if _^ n ited States . _^ _T He has , been covemig _Aiueili-ai .. af- , J &irs for several British papers smce ffl 937 , and is currently the chief American Correspondent for the Manchester Guardian Mr . Cooke also produces and narrates the cunent television series International Zone , a _^ syndicated program on the United Nations Faculty Condemns Threat to Tougaloo ; Students Plan Trip Threatened revocation of the charter of...

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Election Summary The following were elected to Student Council in the elections 1 : 1 last Wednesday : [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

Election Summary The following were elected to Student Council in the elections 1 : 1 last Wednesday : Class of 1965 Chris Baldwin , Paul Eisenberg , Nick Hoppner , John Penta , John Plakans , Larry Raithaus , Jack Shilling , Mike Yaggy , Ron Zieler Class of 1966 Dave Braun , Ted _Dilhng-ham , Ron Fauci , Pete Keers , Paul Rich , Bruce Shelton , Charlie Williams Class of 1967 Jim Aidito , Barry Cooper , Bill Eves , Harris Silverman _, Mike Tauger * * * * The rcfeienduin to change the procedure for the election of Student Council officers from that presently existing to one of having the outgoing Council elect the new officeis was defeated

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

Govf . Club Speaker Dr G Edward Janosik will discuss What Next in Britain ? at a meeting of the Government Club to be held tonight at 7 p m . in the Anspach Room Dr Janosik , a professor of political science at the University of Pennsylvania , spent last year in Britain Grants from the Social Science Research Council and the Foreign Policy Research Institute made it possible for Dr Janosik to engage in a year-long study ol the local organization of the British Labor Party He interviewed some fifty prominent leaders of the Labor Party and visited thirty-six local constituency Labor parties He also served as a special correspondent on British affairs for the Philadelphia Bulletin . Since his return last fall Dr . Janosik has published several provocative articles on the current political situation in Britain and the outlook for the next national election which must be held not later than next fall

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

_^• JVl odel U . N . Report _, | A repoit by Dr . Richard Hall , Roger Garrison , Robert Sinclair , Lutz Bauer , and W . L . Brombley , F _^ and M s delegation to the United Nations Model General Assembly , will highlight the meeting of the International Retions Club to be held tomorow _evening at 7 : 30 in Room 100 of Old Main . _jtAll interested students are invited to attend the meeting .

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Faculty And Students Confer To Discuss Tougaloo Threat [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

Faculty And Students Confer To Discuss Tougaloo Threat ( Continued from Page 1 ) conjunction with the AAUP . Another resolution , condemning the intended action of the Mississippi State Legislature was drawn up by the faculty . On March 10 a student meeting was called by Dennis Brookshire and Walter Collins . Their purpose was to express their indignation over the Tougaloo crisis and to acquaint other students with the situation . Approximately 25 students attended . When the meeting was dismissed a total of eight students had definitely committed themselves to work on the Tougaloo project . Dr . Thomas Hopkins of the Religion Department acted as faculty representative to the meeting . He informed the students that the second faculty resolution had been drafted . He also let it be known that the United Church of Christ and top Washington officials were exerting pressure on Governor Johnson . The chairman of the student _comn mittee stated his position . We are going to Tougaloo as a...

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Plans for Student Union _Building , Nominations Highlight SUB _Meeting [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

Plans for Student Union _Building , Nominations Highlight SUB _Meeting By PAUL EISENBERG Highlighting the Student Union Board s meeting last Tuesday evening was Jack Shilling s report concerning an SU . B . building and nominations for the 64- 65 executive board . In the final meeting under Bill Behringer s presidential leadership , Shilling announced that his committee met with Dean DePuy two weeks ago to begin laying the groundwork for a student union building . At that _conference , according to Shilling , the Dean said that the College will finance this committee to make trips to other educational institutions to determine their student recreational facilities Among the colleges to be covered are Dickinson , Gettysburg , and Lehigh . Shilling said that his committee will visit these institutions for the purpose of acquiring ideas and then will make a list of desirable items that should be placed in F and M s building . With list in hand the group will meet with the Dean to discu...

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Dr . Grushow Injects Humor Into Sixth Forum Lecture [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

Dr . Grushow Injects Humor Into Sixth Forum Lecture By ELIOT IVANHOE and DAVID REEDER To a very good sized audience of students and faculty , Dr . Ira Grushow of the English department presented the sixth Student-Faculty Forum , entitled Popular Prejudice in Literature . Anyone who saw Dr . Grushow in the Green Room s production of the Winters Tale will most likely have the notion of Dr . Grushow as an entertaining , witty and sprightly actor ; a person with such an impression would not have been disappointed by his presentation Thursday . Granted that his topic was one which did not easily lend itself to humor , nevertheless Dr . Grushow was able to interject a few very appropriate and entertaining bits of humor which may have helped to prevent his talk from becoming a slight bit pompous . At one point , when introducing The Merchant of Venice for analysis , Dr Grushow alluded to the idea that The Merchant of Venice might not be as familiar to the audience as one of Shakespeare s b...

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N . S . F . Grant To Underwrite Institute on Earth Sciences [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

N . S . F . Grant To Underwrite Institute on Earth Sciences Thirty-four secondary school teachers from all parts of the nation will participate in the third annual summer earth and space science institute to be held at iF and M , June 29 through August 21 . Sponsored through a $ 42 , 900 National Science Foundation grant , the institute will be directed by Dr . Marvin E . Kauffman , assistant professor of geology at F and M . The institute is designed specifically for secondary school teachers who have little or no background in geology and astronomy , but who are teaching these subjects in the public schools Two courses , the principles of geology and the principles of astronomy , will be offered Lectures , laboratory work and field trips will toe included in , the course Laboratory periods will deal with fundamental experiments and graphic techniques for explaining the ideas in the courses A weekly seminar will deal with the problems of presenting these materials in the classroom ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

Spalding Suggests FraternityAnalysis By RICHARD SIGNER President Spalding in a speech before some 110 students , faculty , and alumni declared that there is definitely a need for an . evaluation of the fraternity system on campus . The president s talk was given at a dinner held in Marshall-Buchanan last Tuesday . Among those present were fraternity oficers and faculty advisors , members of the Ad Hoc Commitee on Student Life and alumni . Several members of the administration including Dean Glick and Dean Depuy were also present . President Spalding stated that the fraternities need some self-study , for their members and their officers have made it evident that they are groping for some clear definition of their role and purpose . Spalding emphasized that the fraternities should want to petition the college to make such an evaluation . He added that the study will be of value only if it is wanted by the fraternities He said that As president of the college I am bound in the meantim...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

COLLEGE REPORTER Published semi-weekly throughout the college year except for vacations by undergraduates of Franklin and Marshall College , Lancaster , Pa ., being an expansion in 1964 of the Student Weekly , a union in 1915 of the College Student founded in 1881 , and the F&M Weekly , founded in 1891 . The opinions of this journal are those of the editor and editorial board and do not represent official opinion . Editors-in-chief David L Harrison and Richard Kneedler News Editor Features Editor Sports Editor Marc Silbert Gordon Prager Peter Keers Subscription Rate , $ 5 00 per year . Office in Hartman HalkBasem » nt ; Phone , 392-3732 Printed at Forry & Hacker , 248 Bast Liberty Street , Lancaster Application for second class mailing permit granted at Lancaster , Penna .

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_¦^ _.-r _...: » L .. ¦ „ ,. / ..: Pete Keers - - : / , , [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

_¦^ _.-r _...: » L .. ¦ „ ,. / ..: Pete Keers - - : / , , j g | u , _^ Currently saddled with a back injury , yearling grappling standout Terry f Hostetter may still be sidelined when the West Point Freshman Invitational _^ Tour nament rolls around on March 20-21 Rega rdless , this rugged 167-pound _. Jinative of Colorado has carved out an enviable record for himself in his initial « _foaimpaign of competition at F&M . _JjBjiJl A winner in his first two college matches , Hostetter has bowed only tc _griBehigh s Joe Caprio . Moreover , he has displayed the speed , strength , ami Jjsawy required of a winner on the varsity level . _f _^ tlf Having _participated in western wrestling for three years as a dngh _^ / school student , Hostetter is well qualified to compare and contrast the domiPjjnant wrestling styles and patterns w < hich prevail on the eastern seaboard and • _fi _^/ _fiti . i . _-Jin : the far west . _VH To Hostetter , the greatest contrast in grappl...

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Phi Sig Quintet Cops I-F Hardcourt Crown [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

Phi Sig Quintet Cops I-F Hardcourt Crown With official competition at a close for the 1963-64 winter intramuial cage and bowling ciicuits , Phi Sis ; and Lambda Chi have emerged as titleholders in ithe loops they have paced _thiousjhout a i _o _+ _rs _± 1 / _i _* _-f-i - / - \ 1 4-1- _* _s \ _/ _¦ _- ! n _^ t _** _i _frv > t | jui uou ui lilt ** _^^ _* _**^* uu _^ : ; _ctuiipiugu . Shading powerful Sig Pi ( 7-2 ) by a 51—18 count , Phi Sig copped its eighth victory in as many outings en route to garner ing the crown won by ZBT a year ago Trailing by a 25-23 deficit at the midway point , the victors rebounded strongly with Rich Johnson and Steve Hall pacing their attack with 17 and 14 points respectively THE SETBACK dropped Sig Pi into a second place deadlock with idle Lambda Chi ( 7-2 ) Delta Sig and ZBT have also recoidcd winning slates , both with 5-3 marks In Independent action , the Faculty ( 8-1 ) clipped pieviously unbeaten Buchanan ( 8-1 ) m a 45-44- thriller , whi...

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F&M Keglers Pace Circuit [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

F&M Keglers Pace Circuit Pittsburgh maiks the site of this year s all-sectional mail - o - graphic bowling sweepstakes and if present conditions are any indication F&M s squad may be spending April 3-4 in the Smokey City IN THEIR FIRST season of operation the Diplomat keglers aie battling Akron University and Carnegie Tech for their division championship Tlie Dips aie currently setting the pace along with Akion , both with 26-14 ( 650 ) marks , while the Tartans arc two games behind Pittsburgh , Scranton University , and Kings College are also in the loop . Thus far this year , the Dips have registered high water marks for league clubs with a top game of 1082 and a tremendous 2919 series John Galdien is pacing the Big Blue in terms of individual average with a nifty 192 norm , while Bob Rose , George Harad , and Larry Mertikas have also shined for the Dips Yearlings Joe Smith and Steve Kyes have also displayed fine promise for the future

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

Lehigh Cops Crown J { fl ||( Continued from Page 3 ) _;^ ComeIl and Rutgers were engaged in _jRS g interesting race for seventh _plaSSpvith the Big Red edging their rivalsjfrom New Jersey by five points , 29 j _^ Temp le ( 14 ) and Penn ( 13 ) _ebiepged as double digits scorers , while Hajj || id ( 7 ) , Yale ( 5 ) , Columbia ( 4 |||| iid F&M ( 4 ) registered in positiv | i || figures Princeton ( -1 ) and B || jw | j §( -3 ) achieved the dubious disturdtioir of bringing up the rear IMF Pitt Speedster ( Continued from Page 4 ) recovered from the injury which sidelined him this weekend Add to this the realization that five of the secondplace winners — Warren Crow ( 123 ) , Bill Stuart ( 130 ) , Mark Scureman ( 137 ) , _Harlcy Ferguson ( 157 ) , and Lee Hall ( 167 ) are returning and prospects for another superlative tournament a year from now loom brightly !

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 March 1964

Point Beckons Frosh For Plebe Tourney Making a rapid transition from tournament director to wrestling mentor , Bob Getchell will lead his yearlings to West Point this weekend for the annual plebe competition . The tourney is conducted on an entirely individual basis , with no team trophy awarded . A year ago the Diplomats fared nicely as Saul Shimansky topped Warren Crow for the 123-pound crown and Dave Donovan placed Fourth in the 157-pound division . In 1962 Paul Martin placed second at 137 , bowing to Army s Ed Sharkness , while Ron Zieler garnered third spot in the 191pound division after fallina ; to the eventual winnei , _Sym « . use s Gerry E \ erling .

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