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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

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Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
_Gtidders Register Fifth Straight Win [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

_Gtidders Register Fifth Straight Win Pleased only with the weathei for the fust three stan / as o play , Coach Geoige Storck watched his _aiouscd Diplomat « iiclJei ! explode for two touchdowns within the final ten minutes of actior and luin back Iiavcifoid by a 14-6 count in a Williamson Field en gagement which saw the Big Blue register their fifth _consecuuu triumph With their vaunted passing amd stymied , the Blue and White mmtc to the ground m unJeashirn ; an 88 yard drive which enabli d them _i overcome a 6-0 Foid lead laic in tnr _foarth quarter Murono Tallies TD Advancing the ball to the Main liner three-yard line in I ) _plau F and M deadlocked the scoic uhe Seiki Murono rolled around right ci _« . for the markei Moments late Pc _, Bambcy _, substituting foi the injurcc Bill Glasser , booted the extra point The Diplomats launched the dm < from their own 12-yard line when Mb rono completed a ten- > aid to _^ s ir Larry Graham for a fust down \ _ftt , tw...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
PETE KEERS Sports Scope [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

PETE KEERS Sports Scope It may have been a prelude of things to come when , in his first contest as a high school giidder , Randy Collins exploded for what was seemingly a 76-yard touchdown jaunt only to be picked off by a man coming fiom the opponent s bench as he approached the goal line Since that time the 5 10 speedstei has experienced more ups and downs in his athletic career than an elevator opeiator performing his daily ritual Holding DiploHB | H | HHH mat rooters in a _^^ HBH _^^ H state of almost tofl _^ B _^ , J _^^^ H tal suspense durHre _^ fflHS ing Saturday s IpK _^^ B encounter with P _^ BEPlf Haverford , Col- ^^ Hp _^ _hkjgl lins performance _¦^^ _B ; : _a _^^ B opened on a _flHkHH bright note which t _, „ was soon nulliPete Keers , , c _i . rr . fied by a penalSports Editor i j ty , then reached a point at which his fumble put the Big Blue in a position whereby they were in danger of falling two touchdowns behind the invaders , and finally ended gloriously as this Oh...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Undefeated Boaters Tie Swarthmore 3-3 [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Undefeated Boaters Tie Swarthmore 3-3 By MARK SKLARZ Jeff Mwangulu was credited with his thud goal of the afteinoon as an F and M player _mistakinqly headed the ball into his own net , theicby enabling Swarthinoi 3-3 contest on the Garnet home The encounter bi ought the Blue and White slate to a 4-0-2 mark as the campaign passed the midway point Crawford Tallies First F and M struck paydirt early in the contest as center forwaid Jon Crawford boomed a shct past goalie Bob Levering to give the visitors a 1-0 advantage . Less than five minutes latci Mwangulu thrilled the home crowd as he headed the ball into the lower side of the Blue and White goal Si \ minute through the second period he gave the Garnet then only lead of the game when he punched a six-foot shot past Jim Bunting The Little Quakci lead proved to be short lived , however , as Paul _\ dogh legisteied a tally to send the game into a 2-2 tic at halftime Crawford helped the Diplomats into the lead in the third quarter when ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
I-F Grid Race Remains Tight [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

I-F Grid Race Remains Tight Victorious by a 24-12 margin over Phi Psi ( 7-1 ) in a battle for the league leadership , Kappa Sig ( 7-1 ) suffered a 30-6 setback at the hands of Delta Sig ( 5-3 ) to throw the 1-F football sweepstakes into a stalemate once again Idle Chi Phi ( 6-2 ) remained a game behind the pacesetters while Pi Lamb ( 5-3 ) crushed Phi Tau ( 0-9 ) by a 36-0 count after having bowed to Lambda Chi ( 5-4 ) in an 18-16 duel Phi Sig ( 4-4 ) topped Sig Pi ( 2-6 ) by a 30-0 verdict , and Sig Pi , in turn moved past Phi Kap ( 1-7 ) Like Chi Phi , ZBT ( 3-5 ) was idle . Richards Paces Independents Richards Hall moved to the forefront of the independent league by capturing its sixth consecutive victory at the expense of Schnader 900 ( 6-1 ) in a 6-2 cliff hangei Also posting winning lecords in this loop are Hartnian 1 ( 5-2-1 ) , Hartman 2 ( 4-2-1 ) and Schnadei 800 ( 4-3 ) Chi Phi captured the All-College Archery Tournament with a point total of 1740 while the Independent s 1...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Sports Briefs All boys who competed in freshman football this fall are requested to meet with Coach Storck tomorrow , at 7 p . m . in room P-204 of Mayser Gymnasium . * * * Hockey club secretary-treasurer Fran Mutti has announced that the skaters will be handling a 12game slate this winter . The squad will be seeing their home action in Hershey Arena . Included on the schedule are single encounters with Pennsylvania , Rutgers , the Princeton J . V ., and Hill School . Tabbed to be pitted against the Diplomats twice s . e Lehigh , Lafayette , Bucknell , wd Villanova . The club , a self-supporting venture , has already raised $ 1300 for its expenses and remains in need of between $ 300 and $ 500 more in order to insuic financial soliditv .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Soph Shines For Harriers [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Soph Shines For Harriers By FRANK WINSLOW Hosting Moravian and Dclawaie Valley in a Wednesday afternoon meet , Roy Phillip s varsity _haincrs emerged with a split as John Buddington paced the Big Blue Cooper Paces Field With Terry Cooper and Mai Murphy gainenng the first tv , o places , Delaware Valley chalked up a 20-36 triumph over F and M The Diplomats salvaged a split when tney trounced the Greyhounds of Moravian by an 18-40 count Cooper , in earning top lauiels , turned in a 21 51 clocking , 48 seconds faster than his lunnerup teammate Buddmgton followed wuth a 23 17 effort while the Aggies Carl Walker and F and M co-captain Dave Thome lounded out the top five in that oi-

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Frosh Booters Deadlock Hopkins F and M s yearling booters moved their mark for the fall to a 1-1-1 level when they battled Johns Hopkins to a scoreless deadlock in a contest last Thursday . The closest that the Baby Blue came to a score was on a hard shot by Jared Rogers which the Blue Jay goalie grabbed in the comer of the net . In addition to Rogers , a top offensive performance was turned in by Chuck Peck . Also shining for the club were left wing Gerry Rugel _, center halfback Jim Grant , and fullbacks Don Wright and Steve Koenig .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Income , Expenditures Reach Record Levels [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 November 1964

Income , Expenditures Reach Record Levels The assets , income and expendituies ) f the College reached record levels during the last fiscal year , according * to a report made recently by Paul R Lmficld , College tieasurei and busincss manager . _Assets totaled $ 18 , 246 , 649 , an inbrasc of $ 784 , 879 over the pic \ ious _icai Ten Per Cent Higher i Income and expenditures , including Frosh Parents Day Program Schedukd For 1000 Guests Over 1 , 000 patents of freshmen al F and M aie expected to visit the campus Saturday for the annual _Fieshman Paients Day Activities Foster G Ulnch , Ji , assistant clean of students , said a wide range of activities , including a band conceit , panel discussion , luncheon , thicc athletic contests , a reception b > College President Keith Spalding and a glee club concert will be held foi fieshmen and then paients Awareness Dean Ulnoh noted that the Parents Day observance , ananged annually by the Black Pyramid Society , the scmoi honora...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Undefeated Sports Squads Set for Saturday Contests [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 November 1964

Undefeated Sports Squads Set for Saturday Contests A pair of undefeated squads will be on hand foi Parents Day festivities this Saturday when F and Ms varsitv football and soccer teams take the field against PMC and Delaware _icspcctively Owneis of a 5-0 slate , Coach George Storck _ s gndders will be seeking to avenge the 21-6 setback which they suffeied at the hands of the Cadets in 1963 . Glasser To Miss Action Sophomore halfback Bill Glassci who paced the Big Blue to an 18-14 tnumph o \ ei Cainegie Tech on Homecoming Day will piobably see no action _howcvei , with co-captain Rich Johnson available for service the Diplomats should be near full strength Ace quarteback Sciki Murono , fullback Dave Sipperly , and halfbacks John Allcborn and Randy Collins will , along with Johnson , carry the biunt of the backfield duty for F and M . Carter Heads Cadets Foiemost among the invader s backfield coips may well be Joe Cartel _, a boy w ho picked up 173 yards in 20 lushing efforts against ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Ulrich _, Yaggy Discuss Topic Of Traditions with Freshmen [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 November 1964

Ulrich _, Yaggy Discuss Topic Of Traditions with Freshmen By EDMOND MATHEZ A iieshinan class _meeting held last Monday e \ cnin » to picscnl lo the class sonic facts and opinions of school traditions featured talks deh \ cicd by Assistant Dean Uhich , Mike _Yaggy and se \ eial nrcmbcis of the ficshman class imolvcd with the issues of tiadition . lood sci \ ice and social _iemulations Also John Bui ness , sophomoic class president , _challenged the lrcshincn . on behalf of the sophonioic class , to a lug-of-wai dunng half-time ol the football game Satuiday . Traditions in Handbook Dean Ulnch infoimcd the meeting that henceloith tiaditions would be a part of the Student Handbook . The lack ol these traditions this \ cai could not be explained , but he lauded the class foi _noting that the tiaditions weic _missing Ulnch biought foith some suggestions as to what the Frosh could do foi tonioiiows s ; amc . He uiged that the _ficshmcn sit _together as a class alone ; with their paients He...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Glee Club Opens Year With Joint Concert Sat . [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 November 1964

Glee Club Opens Year With Joint Concert Sat . The Glee Club opens its 1964-65 Gcoigc Ilcibcit and Ralph Vaughan season in a joint conceit to be piesen ted with the chon of Chatham College , climaxing Paients Day tomoi i ow The 50 membci F and M gioup dncctcd by Prof Hugh <\ Gault , and the 4 6 mcmbei Chatham gioup , ditccted by _Piof Loicn / _io Malfatti , will sing at 8 30 in Hens ] liall Frequent Joint Concerts jhc two gioups ha \ c frequently gi \ cn joint concerts since ncithei college is co-educational Prof Malfatti will be baritone soloist in Five Mystical Songs , bv Williams Jcfficy Ha > 67 , a Glee Club accompanist , will play a piano solo , the Toccata by Khatchatunan The entne second half of the Parents Da > Conceit will be dc \ oted to the woiks of _ \ aron Copland r l he F and M Glee Club , directed b > Pi of Gault since 1950 has appeal ed several times at the Rivcisidc Chmch and St Thomas Chinch in New York In addition , it ha...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 November 1964

New Course Offered A new course , Italian 5 , will be off c 1 during the spring semes- | C 1 • - will be followed by Italian I perhaps an advanced tu101 in Italian language study . 1 _filiation can be obtained from Mrs . Jeannet of the romance _¦> , _? e department in room K . 20 - f the Liberal Arts _buildinir .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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