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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 7 April 1964

More On Tougaloo College Problems ( Continued from Page 1 ) Civil Rights nature We further stated Specifically ? that Beittel and other campus sources AH of them . claimed only a handful of students Dr . Beittel , president of Tougaloo , were active and that Beittel himself was accused of organizing these ac- was not involved tivities We repeated that the only Hollis closing comment , Just dirty activities we knew of were of a liars , in my opinion

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SPORTSCOPE BY PETE KEERS Wheaton Doubts _'Cooke Theory ' [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 7 April 1964

SPORTSCOPE BY PETE KEERS Wheaton Doubts _Cooke Theory At first glance Dr . Earnshaw Cookes theories about percentage baseball are rather intriguing ¦—• jupon a moment s thought they also appear rather bi ¬ _zzarre | _i Nevertheless , Cooke s guide tc §| fl _^ _Kp _^ 39 flH | baseball success does require atSHH 9 BHH _|^ _ffiBB tention _, for although his theories SHHl _^ _vS _^ MMi may mever be employed to an > illliP _^ _^ _wBRlp great extent in big-league compem _^^ k _^ _LZJB _^ P _^ _t _ 0 _ , one can hardly deny thai ipis _jfeSfef they are revolutionary in scope m % , _h- ~ - _^^ fSB 9 _^ . J - t r ill iH _? & r _•^ M _^ _^ fc _^* en vears ° complex calculall _§^/ ef _$ sii # _P . _^ Hfi tlon WIt _^ tne mathematical laws | _m | B i _^^ H ° f probability went into _Cookes | fe findings which appeared m capW Pete Keers sule form in the March 23 issue if of Sports Illustrated . He main- || tauis his blueprint is so foolproof that even the most _^ uninitiated...

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 — 7 April 1964

Mambda Chi Tops Marshall Mor College Bowling Crown _2 mk » 4 It | was a blend of winter and sumrner > _$ sports activity which highlighted F&M s intramural program last week _asjjjtifie prolonged keglmg campaign earner to a close and softball competition got underway t 4 ] 3 § nbda Chi ( 35-5 ) copped the AllCollege bowling crown by blanking Marshall Hall ( 16-4 ) in a post-season encounter between the fraternity and _independent titleholders _rJjGALDIERI PACES LOOP . Pacing the college in individual average was the victors John Galdicri witPa 191 norm while Marshalls Joe _Smitfc garnered the runnerup spot witij | 183 mark , _{^ railing Galdieri in I-F action were Lambda Chis Dave Boucher ( 177 ) , PJ _^ Sigs Tom Coale and Sig Pi s Lee Hulett ( 172 ) , as well as Phi Sig s _Stfcvpfjones and Lambda Chi s Ed MiWif || 69 ) r _iMso , among the pacesetters were Phi || sigs Phil Steinbrenncr and Pi Larnjb j _ls Jerry Rothenberg ( 168 ) , along with ZBTs George Harad...

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 — 7 April 1964

_fjyiazzara Earns Summer Fellowship _iRecent interest in Latin America a traditional dramatic literature an _^ _Mie U S government s concern The Organization of American withI | P . ortugese as one of six critical States works for the maintenance of languages , has led F and M professor peace and unity and the promotion of Richard A Mazzara to the study ol Portugese , especially in connection _withjpqntemporairy Brazilian theatre ~ i EpiMazzara , Associate Professor of FrencKfat the College will spend the comingj summer in Brazil , sponsored byj f aip : Organization of American Stat <||| fellowship . < fll | i || . To Continue Research _^ _^ n _hege he will continue his study _ofjljortugese in terms of Brazilian cultunpSffuch began in 1962 at the Univorsity | pf Texas under a National EducatianJ | Act fellowship . Further study _foUcmrga _. at the University of Wisconsi njduring the past year , where he did research _^ in a continuing attempt to _$ s K | _lllth...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Netmen Cop Two , Sweep Every Set [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 7 April 1964

Netmen Cop Two , Sweep Every Set Registering triumphs over Albright and Drexel in the opening week of the season , Glenn Miller s varsity netmen extended their win skein to 15 over the last two years . Tomorrow afternoon the squad plays host to a powerful Swarthmore team at 3 pm . Yesterday the netmen entertained Gettysburg SWEEP EVERY SET En route to their initial victories of the campaign , the Diplomats combined power and finesse nicely by not dropping a set . All told , eight men saw action for the Big Blue in these early season matches * * _• SUMMARIES F&M 9 , Albright 0 Plakans ( F&M ) _defected Shatter 6-1 , 6-1 Paul IF&M ) def Koch 7-5 , 6-0 Rockette ( F 8 . _AA ) def . Anderson , 6-2 , 6-0 . Knauth IF&M ) def Rappaport 6-3 , 6-3 . Diemet ( F&AA ) def Spancake 6-1 , 6-1 . Born IF&M ] def Levin 7-5 , 6-2 Doubles Plakans and Knauth ( F 8 . M ) def Koch and Rappaport 6-2 , 6-1 Rockette and Diemer ( F&am...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
11 Lettermen Return Cindermen Scheduled To Open Campaign Today [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 7 April 1964

11 Lettermen Return Cindermen Scheduled To Open Campaign Today Authors of a 9-1 slate in 1963 , the Diplomat cindermen open the new campaign this afternoon when _Coact Bill Flamish and his Muhlenberg squad visit Williamson Field at 3-30 pm Like F and M , the Mules boast 11 returning lettermen for the _upcoming clash . However , it is interesting that most of the MuWcnberg monogram winners perform in field events , whereas the Diplomats claim seven runners among their 11 veterans . DIPS SHINE IN SPRINTS In the shorter runs , only Dean Lowe and Mike McClellan have previously enjoyed the taste of varsity competition for the Mules while Diplomat track mentor Bill Iannicelli can call upon veterans such as Steve Hall , Mike Reese , Bob Piper , Ray Shivelhood , Tom Ulrich _, and promising sophomore Randy Collins In the 880-yard run the Mules can call upon two fine performers in Fred Plate _arnd Tom Dobosh in their bid to top Diplomat stalwart Tim Wagner . Muhlenberg s top hope in the mile ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Stickmen Bow To Engineers ! n Initial Tilt [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 7 April 1964

Stickmen Bow To Engineers ! n Initial Tilt Paced by Bill Jackson s _fn e-git scoring , visiting Lehigh spoiled T « Gilburg s debut at the helm of F a » M s varsity lacrosse squad bv ro » ing to a 12-1 victory oum the Dip _^ mat stickmen The lone F and M tally < . one in i second period when Tom Andcroaided by an assist from | _i > d _M _ 5 outmaneuvered Lehig h gmlic C 1 Gentry _FSM f Thomas Attack J , j * Heath Attack :, Mustin Attack bF [ Franklin Midfield , Brimacombe M . dfield U _J „ Sipperly Midfield V E ° Springer Defense . i . Levin Defense l _£ r Frere Defense _£ „ Dillmgham Goal Lineup Scoring Jackson 5 , Vic Bom Mohan , Burba , and Troctor , - e son ____ Lehigh 3 \ £ ¦ F&M 0 . °

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Vets Lead Spring _Squa h [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 7 April 1964

Vets Lead Spring _Squa h Here is a brief rundown on the boys who will captain Fran s , Marshall s varsity sports squads this spring : PLAYER SPORT CLASS HOME ! , \ i _\ John Bondi Baseball Sr . Abingtc , p a J ohnRosenstengel Baseball Sr _LewistoM p a Don Mengel Track Sr Leespoi p a Ed Mikell Track Sr Baldwin ; \ Lance Knauth Tennis Sr . Oracle !! lS J Bob Bnnacombe Lacrosse Sr Towson \ ld King Knox Golf Sr Lancastc , Pa

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 — 7 April 1964

Student vs . Teacher Student was pitted against teacher when the Diplomat lacrossemen played host to Syracuse in an April 2 scrimmage . F and M coach Tom Gilburg had performed for Orange helmsman Roy Simmons from 1959-61 , earning honorable mention All-Ameri-can recognition in the latter compaign . Also of interest , Syracuse captain Jack Salerno was the lone Orangeman remaining on the squad from Gilburg s days as a player at the up-state New York school .

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 — 7 April 1964

Tourney Sv ed On Ap ril 2 24 AH persons interest n CCI 1 _peting in the All-Cclk Badrn _* ton Tournament must \ istcr Friday , April 17 . The _«*> _« be conducted from • 4 : 30-10 . 00 p . m . each t Only five contestant ° m _^ Fraternity or _dormitot ! r 0 UP permissible .

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 — 10 April 1964

t . * _jTC _^ uhlenherg Papers April Fool Wlasts Students . Administration 111 By RICHARD KNEEDLER 30 _Sm . n its annual April Fools issue , this year dated April « tlil _* tne _Muhtenkcrg weekly last week took a proHfoundly critical view of the condition of its College ¦ _ifilF _* 10 _Christelbcrg Crier , as the humor issue was , called , marked the last edition put out by the graduating • board of editois The final editorial , entitled Farewell Jto | Arms , expresses the critical feeling piomincnt on the i campus which caused the conception of the satire issue _> That editorial , written by outgoing cditoi Ed Bonekcmp--erSis published in full in a box on Page 3 / _£ M Telephone Interview > _tW- n a telephone interview with Mr Bonekempei , the REPORTER learned that there has been a generally favorable reaction among students at Muhlenbcig to the paper which contained such poetry as the following _WJSg Ohristclberg _Fms&i First it was small , _Itjjl...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Spalding Called On For Senate Hearing [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Spalding Called On For Senate Hearing By DAVID L . HARRISON President Keith Spalding was set to appear before the Senate education subcommittee , a branch of the Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee now studying the Hartley Bill , a proposed extension of the National Defense Education Act , yesterday . ( It was not known at the REPORTERS deadline whether the piesident would definitely appear Thursday , due to the death of General MacArthur . ) Senator Vance Hartke , Dem -Indiana , introduced the bill on February 3 . Encompassing foui areas of student financing of their college education , the proposal is aimed specifically at attempting to eliminate the necessity of students resorting to loan companies and banks for needed funds . HarlKe States While discussing the bill in the Senate , Scnatoi Hartke presented a comparison of inteiest rates charged by loan companies and banks with the interest of vaiious state plans The following is an excerpt from the Congressional Record quot...

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