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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 November 1964
Notice AH students , including commuters and other non-residents , are assigned mail boxes in the campus post office . Students who have not yet received a mail box number , are requested to do so immediately as important mail such as next semester s schedule and registration cards is accumulating .
Cigers , Swimmers Gear for Season [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 November 1964
Cigers , Swimmers Gear for Season \ shaipshcoter who topped the 20-point maik eig ht times as a sophomou _tagei and a swimmer who will be shooting for his thud consecutive M _\ C Lhampionship in the backstroke aie among the candidates who have been \ oikmg out with the F and M basketball and swimming squads in piecraon dulls Under the helm of Chuck Winso these dubs aic picparmg in eainest fc tabbed for the fust week in Decembe The only bright light in a season maik , junioi Fied Wen is expected I to a fai moie respectable shewing tl \ T ot moving into the starting lineup until the seventh contest last year , Wert went on to chalk up a H 8 scoimg npim with a highwatei mark of 29 against Uisinus A 6 jump shot _aitistj Weit placed in the top five in _confeience for fiee throw percentage with an 83 3 reading Nier Among Vets Figuiing to remove some of the scoring bmden fiom Wert s shouldeis aie 6 2 George Nici , a 10 5 PPG scoiei as a soph in 1964 , _lotterman Ait King , and Skip Joidan ...
Frosh Athletic Squads Display Much Promise [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 November 1964
Frosh Athletic Squads Display Much Promise By ED RUBINSTEIN A laige cast of talented pci formers appealed to be on hand as F and Ms fiosh basketball and swimming squads moved thiough thiee weeks of preseason dulls Yearling coiut mcntoi Chuck Tayloi has at his disposal what may prove to be the finest Diplomat squad to appeal on this campus in five vears Russell Shines In Drills Leading the lcbounding coips arc Geirv Reich ( 6 7 ) , Ned Russell ( 6 A ) , and Dick Distel ( 6 4 ) with a pan of 6 2 leapeis Lairy Pollens and Lew Myeis also available to help eff the boai ds _Pamculaily outstanding has been Russell , a hoopstei who is at home anvnheie on the _cotat Othei cageis who aie likely to see action in the _foiecouit aie Bill Diehl and Kim Fiankfoid Top contendcis foi backcouit beiths include Mike &lt;\ llebach , Bob Kudclko , Geoigo Dicisbach , Russ Olacs , and Bob Wolf Fied Sebastian , a contendei foi a _staiting slot cithci in the foitcouit oi as a guaid is _iccovenng fiom...
Veteran Cast Drills on Mat [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 November 1964
Veteran Cast Drills on Mat by DANE DETRICK Assistant Coach Robert Getchell is woiking with 18 varsity wrestling candidates in picpaiation foi the sea- = on-opcnmg match at Columbia University on Deccmbei 5 In addition five giappleis now engaged in fall spoits and Head Coach Rov Phillips , also the cioss country mcntoi will join the squad upon the completion of _thu cuiicnt schedules . With seven lctuinmg Icttcrmcn and the mcmbcis of last yeai s powerful fiosh team on hand , Coach Getchell looks foi much improvement over the varsitvs 5-7-1 lccoid of a vcai ago He says , We should have a bettci lecoid , chiefly because we have a fine gioup of sophomore and junioi candidates We may be lepiesentcd by sophomoies at foui weights Shimansky Paces Vets _Vmong the outstanding _lctuinccs aie junior captain Saul Shimansky . owner of an 11-1-1 slate as a 123pound sophomoie last season , Neil Thompson , Paul Mai tin , foil Tayloi and Bill Schneiderman Fluctuating between the 1 -J 7 and 157-pound ...
Dip Booters Top Lafayette [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 November 1964
Dip Booters Top Lafayette By ALAN COHEN Journeying to Lafayette for a Fnday afternoon encounter with the Leopaids , F and M _ s yearling soccer squad emerged -uith a 2-0 triumph en loute to raising their season s slate to a 2-1-1 level Tallying fo _: the Little Blue weie Don Wright and Steve Glover \ _th-ile the Diplomat defense , led by goalie Richie Dwyer and halfbaclv Jim Giant , held the hosts at bay Following a scoteless tie during the first half of play , the contest indicated that the fiosh _, like the Diplomat varsity , _icsene their finest play for key situations The squad appeals on the Race Avenue field in its campaign finale at 3 p in tomorrow afternoon In reviewing the _respective debuts of these boys in intercollegiate competition it seems likely that their fine defensive performances may , at least paitially , be attnbutcd to their constant _scirnimages with the varsity Glancing back at past frosh squads we find tfut this unit has fared rather well While the 1962 squa...
Dip Gridders Setback Cadtis With Last Minute Touchdown [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 November 1964
Dip Gridders Setback Cadtis With Last Minute Touchdown A touch of good fortune , the passing artistry of Sciki Murono , and the depth of F and M s backfield corps were all much in evidence as the Blue and White rallied to clip PMC by a 19-17 count in a Williamson Field gridiron encounter on Saturday which may well come to be regarded as a classic in years to come Falling prey to a Cadet drive which gave the visitors a 17-13 lead with a minute remaining m the contest F and M rebounded from what was seemingly certain defeat to advance the ball 60 yards in four plays en route to a one-yard touchdown plunge by Murono Face Mules On Saturday This Saturday Coach George Storck s gridders will be placing an unblemished 6-0 record on the line when they journey to Allcntown for a . contest with powerful Muhlenberg A victory over Ray Whispell s club irould clinch the MAC Southern Di ¬ vision championship for F and M The Diplomats launched their decisive diive from their own 40-yard line when Mu...
PETE KEERS Sports Scope [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 November 1964
PETE KEERS Sports Scope Noel Hoover stepped into the room with a wide grin on his face True , he was only picking up his athletic mail in the cubicle adjoining Woody Sponaugle s office , however _, with his varsity booters i oiling toward what might be an NCAA bid . the likeable mentor had good reason to be beaming . Partially overH | Hfl _||^ HH || shadowed by the _^^^¦ _JHIBHBI heroics of F and _flHHjlfckc _2 | 9 HH M s pigskin war- ^^ BeB _13 BSIB | H r i o r s , Hoover s _BB || l || f » p | P |||| B dub has not been ¦ H _^^ B _^ _wlil _^ feated footballers . _^^^^^ K _tl _^^^ l En route to a iHHUM _^ H 6-0-2 slate , the PeteKeers Diplomats h a v e Sports Editor dev £ l ° P ed * P en chant for salvaging triumphs during the closing moments in their contests . Paul Martin s game clinching goal with less than a minute remaining in the match with Delaware was not a novel experience for the unit which has captured five victories by one tally , and emerged w ith a sixth in overtime . W...