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Welcome [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 November 1964

Welcome Hildys Tavern Delicious Sandwiches Legal Beverages 448 W . Frederick St .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Role of College Students in the ' 64 Electh ns [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 November 1964

The Role of College Students in the 64 Electh ns WASHINGTON ( CPS ) — Thf 1964 election campaign—a manor able one m many respects—may wei go down in history as the first campaign in which young people , particularly college students , played a major role . Political leaders of both parties here taking stock of their post-electior strengths and weaknesses , are more than satisfied with the support they received from the younger generation Wise Decision Most significantly , both Republicans and Democrats are convinced that they made a wise decision in giving young people expanded responsibilities beyond the traditional chores of precinct canvassing , telephone surveying , and leaflet distribution . Throughout the campaign , theie was the unprecedented involvement of the college-age children of both Presidential candidates—17-year-old Luci Baines Johnson and her sister , Lynda , 20 , on the Democratic side , and Barry Goldwater Jr ., 26 , and his brother , Michael , 24 , for the Republ...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Wise Favors Soph-Frosh Competition in Bid for Spirit [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 November 1964

Wise Favors Soph-Frosh Competition in Bid for Spirit By CHARLES WOHL In an interview last week , Dr . Donold U Wise , associate professor oi geology , expressed some o £ his view : about traditions at F and M According to Wise , safety valves have tc be provided to Keep the student ! going These safety valves shoulc be m the forms of traditions and ol fairly responsible high jinks Cal Tech Compared Wise went on to cite several examples of this that he found at the California Institute of Technology , There the traditions , mter-class competitions , and hoaxes galore are backed up by an honor system that instills self-respect and responsibility in the students , assuring that the pranks and such will not get out of hand Such an honor system is sorely needsd at F . and M , he feels . Wise states that in addition to the honor system , many traditions at Cal Tech could be applied to J ? and M . He places these into three classes The first type of tradition could be that which represents...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Glee Club Opens New Season In Hand with Chatham College [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 November 1964

Glee Club Opens New Season In Hand with Chatham College By MICHAEL HENRY This past Satuiday e \ emng , the F and M Glee Club opened this yeais season with a concert with the Chatham College Chon m Hensel Hall Vaiying from the usual format of then concerts , this program was divided into five sections , one of which was a piano solo by one of the . Glee Club accompanists The concert was well begun with an excellent rendition of Leo Soweiby _ s Benedictus Es , Domine A less pleasing presentation of the Soldier s Song by Zoltan Kodaly followed Both of these numbers were presented by the Glee Club alone and comprised the first section Accompanying the Glee Club on the Soldiers Song were Joseph Hogg , trumpet , and Clark Groome , snare drum Second Section The second section of the concert , piescnted by the Chatham Choii alone ., was Laude Laude is a collection of thirteenth century Italian hymns Two members of the choi ) , Diana Cole , mezzo-soprano , and Suzanne Newton , soprano , as w...

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Council Amendment Calls for Direct Election of Exec Board [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 November 1964

Council Amendment Calls for Direct Election of Exec Board By TOM MORRIS Student Council appiovcd an amendment to its constitution calling foi the dncct election of Council s executive board at its meeting last Thuisday The pioposcd amendments to the By-laws will be picsentcd foi appioval bv the student body shortly after Thanksgiving vacation The Council also discussed the fonnation of the President s Ad Hoc Committee on Couise _Evaluation , the disappeaiance of books fiom the libiaiy , the joint pioposal by fieshman _icpiescntatives concerning traditions and the complaints about the student dnectory All Executive Boaid In pioposing the amendment , Davjd Biaun and Paul Rich fust withdiew their pioposals made at the pieviou ; meeting ( Sec COLLEGE REPORTER , November 3 , 1964 ) Their joint pioposition stipulates that the student association , ( that is , the entnc student bodv ) will elect the piesident , vicc-piesident , _iccording secletarv conesponding secietaiv and tieasuier Coun...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Committee Established To Evaluate Curriculum [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 November 1964

Committee Established To Evaluate Curriculum By MARC M . SILBERT Student Council President Mike Van try announced the formation of the Piesident s Ad Hoc CoimniUcc on Couise Evaluation ai the Council _meeting Thuisday m » ht The puipose oi this new committee will be to evaluate Liu couises offcicd at F and M in tcims of their contnbuuon to the libcial arts concept , their value in laduatc school picpaiation and to _ti , i \ e the students and faculty an e \ aluation ol the cilectiv cness of each course in stimuating intellectual actnitv on campus _Eighty Members The special committee composed of ci <> ht \ students , two _senior and two juniois with 3 0 quality point aveia <> cs in then _icspcctnt depaitments offering ma | ois . will be headed bv a three-man ad- \ isory council of David Hamson and Dick _Knecdlci . editojs oJ the REPORTER and _Yaggy Membeis ol the committee have not \ ct open selected It is expected that the committee will ...

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All-College Banquet To Honor Successful Fall Athletic Teams [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 November 1964

All-College Banquet To Honor Successful Fall Athletic Teams \ n unpiec ( . dented all-college banquet is being planned by students to lumen paiticipants in the Colleges highly suic . es . sf ii I intei collegiate fall spoils schedule The evLin is set foi Wednesday Decembei 9 , at the gvmnasnun of the Mavsei Physical Education Building with nunc than 1600 membeis oi the college community including students faculty and admmisliatimi expected to be on hand Guests Honoied guests will be membeis of the college football , _soccei and cioiscountiy teams , and the team roaching staffs The exliaoidmai _) event developed as a lcsult of campus-wide enthusiasm fo ! the oustanding lccoid being compiled bv the football and soccci teams Student lcadeis noted that _while student moiale has been high thioughout the fall the success of the vaisity teams has added gieAtlv to College spint They said that they felt the unusual lecoid mciitcd special lccognition ol the contnbution the teams have mack to ...

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

ACS Adress _ftr . L . H . Dunlap , head of i « - _*• eh and development for Aimn _^ Cork Company , will ad1 s the student affiliate chaptei he American Chemical Society rsday evening at 7 : 30 in room 0 of the Fackenthal Laborabuilding . . Dunlap _ s topic will be iessional Chemistry , and ilitive slides will be shown . I interested students and ly are invited to attend . Rcf ments will be served .

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They Got the Posts ; We Got the Title [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 November 1964

They Got the Posts ; We Got the Title Ovcijoyed Diplomat fans clamor to dismantle the metal goal posts at _Muhlenbeis ; . They weie successful in _lemcvins ; the uppei beams , but befoic they could make eff with them , disgruntled _JVIuIe rooteis convinced attending policemen that the posts should lcmain . _F and M backers obliged the law , well satisfied with possession cf the MAC Southern Division title and _« i continued unblemished lecoid .

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EDrTOMIAlLS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 November 1964

EDrTOMIAlLS First Fast . . . Franklin and Marshall students can boast of many unusua facets of their campus — water towers , offices that move annually changing school mascots , etc Thursday they will have a truly unusual opportunity , the chance to skip a meal without getting hungry . Thursday _rught is the Wood Food Services annual Thanksgiving banquet . Featured that evening will be prime rib of beei and loast duckling . Thursday noon F and M students will be asked to join witn students at more than 120 colleges in skipping the luncheon meal so that the money ordinarily used to feed them can be sent to the South for Thanksgiving dinners for needy families . The Council of Federated Organizations in Mississippi will distribute the money to Negro families evicted from their homes and fired from their | obs because they tried to register to vote . We feel that this fast deserves the support of every F and M student . It will cost us almost nothing . As it is , the sum saved from not...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Students To Be Asked To Give Up Lunch For Dispossessed Families in Mississippi [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 November 1964

Students To Be Asked To Give Up Lunch For Dispossessed Families in Mississippi F and M students will be asked tc fast during lunch Thursday in ordei to aid needy Negro families in the Deep South Sponsored by the Committee foi Social Action , the fast will be held in conjunction with a nationwide Thanksgiving Fast for Freedom Over 120 other colleges and universities will also participate . Sponsors The fast is sponsored nationally by the United States Youth Council , the United States National Association , and the Northern Student Movement It has been endorsed by Nobel Peace Prize winners , Rev Dr . Martin Luther King Ji and Dr Ralph Bunche , by former Secretary of Health , Education , and Welfare Arthur Flemming , and by civil rights leaders Money saved by fasting will be used to purchase food for Christmas dinners for needy Southern Negroes Last spring , a similar program in 42 schools netted $ 10 , 000 which purchased 80 ,- 000 pounds of food . The goal this time is $ 25 , 000 Ab...

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Letters to the Editors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 November 1964

Letters to the Editors Parker Retracts Statement To the Editors : I wish to correct an error that I made in my column in the COLLEGE REPORTER November 13 , 1964 In the column I said that Senator Young voted against the civil rights bills This statement was in error I wish to apologize for this misstatement and any confusion that it may have caused Thomas W . Parker 65 Student Finds Hadley Proper To the Editors : A letter to the editor in the last edition of the REPORTER attacked the author of the poem on the tree that deplored the posting of guards at the goal posts after the successful game against PMC Hypocrite May I first suggest that the author of the letter is hypocritical in that m one breath he points out that the poet signed with only shis initials , GHP , and in the other breath he himself asks that his name be withheld This is the height of pompous hypocrisy This is the kind of far right or far left smear that might appear m such organs as the John Birch Society Bulletin o...

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

Balloting for Selection Of Mascot Tomorrow Campus-wide balloting for the choosing of a mascot for F and M will take place tomorrow in front of the campus house . Balloting on the judges selections will be held from 9 am to 4 p m in front of the campus house The results of the balloting will be announced at the football game with Ursinus , November 21 Choice A choice of three pri 7 es are being offered : $ 70 in cash , a $ 70 gift certificate at Filling s Men s Shop , or a watch . Semi-finalists were chosen from about seventy-five entries by a selection committee last weekend The judges were Dean of Students Hadley DePuy _, Director of Athletics Woodrow Sponaugle , Interfraternity Council President Rick Sandier , Student Council President Mike Yaggy , and Student Union Board President Jack Shilling Highly Gratified Ed Lichtenstein , one of the coordinators of the program , said We have had an extraordinary response to the contest Administrators , faculty members , and students m gene...

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' reporter [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 November 1964

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 | ournal are those of the editors and editorial board and do not represent official opinion Editors-in-chief David I Harrison and Richard Kneedler News Editor Features Editor Sports Editor Marc Silbert Gordon Prager Peter Keers _Subscnption Rate , $ 3 50 per semester , S 6 50 per year Office in Hcrtman Hall Basement , Phone 392-3732 Printed at Forry & Hacker , 248 East Liberty Street , Lancaster , Penna Application for second class mailing permit granted March 16 , 1964 at Lancaster , Penna

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

Actors To Discuss Thieves Carnival A highlight in the Writer of thc Semester Program at F and M i < scheduled Thursday The writer considered this semester is Jean Anouilh His Thieves Carnival is currently being presented in the Green Room Joint Discussion After the performance , the play s director , Professor Hugh Evans , and members of the cast will participate m the discussion of the problems of staging this comedy and interpreting its roles The discussion , sponsored jointly by the English Club and the Writer _af the Semester Program , is scheduled at 11 : 00 p m in the browsing room of Fackenthal Library Open To Public Coffee will be served and the discussion is open to the public ( It is not necessary to have attended the lay to attend the discussion )

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Pitt by a Landslide : Election Day [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 November 1964

Pitt by a Landslide : Election Day I ( Continued from Page 6 ) 1 Election Day , the first Tuesday _laftei the iirst Monday of November , jj S tlip time that all that power and _Sdigmtv of _Anvica are expressed One jonly has to walk past a polling place to fcel at The pools are quite , the ipiocess , is for the most part , simple _iThc citizens of the democracy are inside limning an election without guns , | mobs , or rebellious military , secure in the knowledge that the decision expressed as each voter goes into the booth will be carried out in due time The only show of force is the coni stable , usually an aged _cx-policeman , juho sits in the poll throughout the dav He is seldom , if ever , needed Headquarters ] But there is another side to election | da _> , and that is the party headquai- ¦ teis to hcadquartcis election day is the culmination of months of uoik , { often to the neglect of businesses , jobs , land homes The election is sometimes the consequence of year...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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