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

SPORTS BRIEFS The All-College Squash Toumamct will open action on Decembei 1 . All participants are to be rcgisteied with Mike Lewis , Directoi of Intiamurjls , by November 24 . Lewis can be located in Room P-204 . * # * Plans foi the _fotmation of an F and M Ski Club are cuuently bcim * formulated . Anyone who is interested is requested to attend a _meeting in Room K-101 Wednesday , November 18 at 7 : 30 pm . Further information can be acquiied from John Vibbcits , 906 Schn . idci Hail . * * * The Diplomats next _gridiron foe , Uisinus , dropped a 47-22 decision to Lebanon Valley this weekend . _Pacing the Uisinus attack was the fine passing combination of Dennis Quinn and Bill Degenhardt . Quinn completed 17 of 35 passing attempts for 175 yaids and _thicc touchdowns , all to Degenhardt . The MAC Southern Division s leading pass receiver , Detrenhardt corraled 12 tosses for 140 yards .

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The Sex Forum-. Protestations , Implications , The Laws , the People , the Religious Community [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 November 1964

The Sex Forum-. Protestations , Implications , The Laws , the People , the Religious Community The following articles on matters of verse effects , but believes it difficult sex , premarital sex especially , are but the first in a series The Sex Forum cs open to both faculty members and responsible students who wish to comment about , complain about , or campaign for pre-mantal sex By RICK OWEN Professor Roger Rollin of the English department is libeial towards premarital sex with certain qualifications He condones it only if those involved are mutually consenting adults -who are fully aware of the implications and the consequences of their act and who are capable of taking full responsibility for it Mature Individuals By mutually consenting adults Rollins means any mature individuals who are highly conscious of all aspects of their behavior — not necessarily adults as defined by law He remarked that a private act may become public business and repercussions affect not only the prin...

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'CarnivaV Opening a Success — Debut 'Light and Entertaining ' [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 November 1964

CarnivaV Opening a Success — Debut Light and Entertaining By BILL MALONEY Following the tradition of excellence , the Green Room Theateis season opener was a lesoundmg success Thieves Carnival by Jean Anouilh ij a very witty comment on poseurs m all stations of life Although the play is considered one of _Anouilh s pieces noires , it is quite light-hearted and enteitaimng Three pickpockets decide to bamboozle a rich English visitor to the resort town of Vichy Their plans aie thwarted , however , by the ingenuity of their intended victim , Lady Hurf Tiouble is multiplied by the apprentice pickpocket who falls in love with Juliette , one of Lady Hurfs nieces , and runs away with the valuables and Juliette Setting The setting for the play is the French spa , Vichy The action occurs around 1912 The first act is in the spa area The scene is then changed by Lady Hurfs servants to die interior of her villa set and the way it fits the irregularities of the stage The costumes are elegant . O...

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

A A Monkey in fhe House ? - Affirmed by Sociology Dept AUSTIN , Texas ( CPS)—A monkey war reminiscent of the 1926 Scopes Trial flared m Texas last week with apparent victoiy going to the evolutionists At issue was the piesentation of the theory of evolution m three textbooks tentatively lccommcndcd foi iim ir . the Texas public school _svslim Anti-c \ olutiomsts complained thai the books piesentecl the ( _omiot ol evolution as a pio \ cn far ! _nuhii tlnn as a theoiy and filed a lonml piotest against them with the Suit K \ tbook Comimttce , which annu . _ilK inkon what books will bo _usul in _ilu _state s school system < Vftei healing _testmiom lioin both sides , the committee lcjecttd iIil ol ) jection , but not bcfoic the _book- > win denounced for _adtotatmg athusm R & Lemons , cdnoi of 1 hi In in Foundation , a Cnuicn ol LI 11 M pub hcation , said he did not ohjui u > the piesentation of evolution _^ om of the theones ol the oiigm ol ...

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Pad 1 Pitt by a Landslide Election Day [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 November 1964

Pad 1 Pitt by a Landslide Election Day by ROBERT SIVERLING John C Pitienger is a Haivard grad- _^ _§ ood deal has ben said tenusuall uate , an attorney ( _Harvard Law School ) , and an adjunct government piofessor here He ran , unsuccessfully foi state assemblyman in 1962 He ran , extremely successfully , again this year He defeated his opponent , Republican Eugene S Rutherford , by about 4 , 200 votes The last Democratic Uate essemblyman from the city held office in 19401942 Swerhng ivas _Pittengefs intern in politics during the summer and fall , through to election day His job was to wnte _piess _releases , to _lesearch , to organize some aspects of the campaign , and to make { himself ! generally useful —The Editors , y in an _amusalh ioluaiit way , about the election _pinus _, ln Amenca In a prcsidcnti . i uai _, i 1 ( , news columnists and TV toinnmnatoi ! , start the ball _lolling with _lominints on each paity s convention Then , as the campaigns _n _> _t _lollmg th...

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Alpha Delta Sigma Chapter Ranked Second Nationally [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964

Alpha Delta Sigma Chapter Ranked Second Nationally Alpha Delta Sigma , the national piolcssional ad \ citisin » iiatemity , announced last week that its Hcnnin » W Pientis Chaptei at F and M ranked second natio ihc last yeai . Dr Noel P Land , national ticasiiici cf ADS and letncd piofcssoi ol business administration , said the loca iliaptci scoied 96 points in the teccmh completed national lating , one less than the Southern Illinois Chap- ¦ l vhich placed first , winning the fiateiniiy s Donald W Davis awau _: ls tl .. best chaptei of the ycai 11 F and M chapter has been _ratei among the top thiee national : _W rs continuously for the last : h - _^ _euis In 1962 , the chapter was Last issue > s is the last regular issue of i COLLEGE REPORTER beta Thanksgiving vacation . The nc _sssue , which will appear Decc ~ r 1 , will be a special sports SU J ment including a review of _• . all spoils progiam and a P r < : ctus ( or the wintei season _, next regular editio...

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Freshmen Council Representatives Propose F&AA Tradition Resolution [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964

Freshmen Council Representatives Propose F&AA Tradition Resolution Rick Jaiashou , Don Kamcns anc Bob Mendel , fieshman class Studeni Council lcpicsentatnes intioduccd befcic Council last night the following proposal foi inclusion in next yeai _s Student Handbook based on the iesuits of the all-fieshman meeting held No \ embci 2 ( The REPORTER went to press befoie the lcsults of Student Council action could be obtained ) The picposal follows ft is expected that the Class of 69 shall uphold the traditions that ha \ e been established at Fiankhn and Maishall College and to pass these tiaditions on to futuie fieshman classes 1 AH ficshmen shall ueai dinks foi the fust two weeks of classes and foi orientation 2 All ficshmen shall attenc Foundci s Day ceiemonies anc shall sit in the fiont centei sectior of Henscl Hall 3 All ficshmen aie expected u tin n out foi the sophomoie-fiesh man tug-of-war—the date of which is to be announced 4 All fieshmen shall leain the \ lma Matei ,...

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Fall Sports Squads Set for Key Tilts [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964

Fall Sports Squads Set for Key Tilts Diplomat Gridders Seek to Register Unblemished Slate By PETE KEERS Rolling to victory in seven con sccutive contests this fall , F anc M s varsity football squad will b < _seeking the second undefeatec campaign in the college s histon when it hosts Uisinus this _Satur day Only Woody Sponau « lc ~ s 195 C club , owneis of a 9-0 slate . ha \ c cained this distinction in the past Game Renews Series Tins encounter maiks the lencua cf a series which began in 1894 anc has seen the Diplomats compile a 29-16-1 oveiall record F and M icinstcred a 68-0 triumph in the mosl _iccent contest , a 1952 affair at ColIcgeville In their most _icccnt MAC game the Bears bowed to poueiful Lebanon Valley by a 47-22 margin Degenhardt Heads Receiveis Foiemost among the Uisinus gnddeis may be Dave Raub , the confci- ; nce s leading rusher , and the passing combine of Dennis Qmnn and Bill Degenhardt Quiim has been among the Southern Division s passing leadeis th...

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Raithaus To Attend Con vention Of ASG at Univ . of Oklahoma [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964

Raithaus To Attend Con vention Of ASG at Univ . of Oklahoma B > MEL SHANDLER Lai iv Raithaus . \ ice-president of the Student Council and piesldcnt of the Senior Class , will lepiesent F and M at the fiist national comention of the Associated Student Governments ot the United States Unnersity of OM . ilioma The comention , held at the Uni- . - • _verity of Oklahoma , w . ii am fiom Language bhows No \ cmbci 25 to 29 Since R uthaii * is secietaiy of the association , he will Iea \ c this Monday in oidei lo paiticipatc in pic-convention cxeculiu meetings with the gioups fn e othci national officeis The ASG is basically an independent _oiganuation whose purpose is to seive the objecmes of individual college and unneisity governments The organization sen es as a clearing house foi piograms and ideas of individual student councils throughout the nation St . Louis Last year s meeting at St Louis was devoted entnely to the organization of the ASG After the charter liaxl been ass...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964

Undefeated Squad To Face Big Blue In Soccer Match Victois by a 1-0 count in a leccnt contest with MAC Noithein Diwsion champ Ehzabethtown _, East Stioudsbuig s undefeated soccei squad will be on hand at 2 p in on Monday , November 23 . foi an NCAA , _opening lound match with the F and M booteis It was announced by Diplomat Dncctoi of Athletics S Woodiow Sponaugle that , in compliance with NCAA , lcgulations . an admissions fee ot one dollai will be _lcquned of all spcctatois If F and M ack anceb to a latei lound in the toutnev . this mone \ will be used to dclia \ tia \ elms expenses foi the squad Flaherty Paces Visitors En loute to compiling an unblemished 11-0 slate dunng the regulai : ompaign , Coach John Eilefs booters were paced by the 17 goal scoiingi of Rich Flaherty who will be opeiating out of the inside right slol against the Blue and White Co-captains Dave Rittenhouse and Joe Kolok provide scoring power on a front line which also includes wings Dave Hcppe and Jim Lennox l...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964

iVUKG i aygy ; _, - ~~ - - - — - f Budget Bugaboos I . Unhealthy for Goverment Since the election the President has been meeting at the LBJ ranch an Texas with the heads of the various government departments One of the major topics of their conversation has been the proposed budget for the next fiscal year During the campaign the budget was put aside for less taxing matters Now the budget is on top of the lists of thmgs to be done before the _Piesidents State of the Union speech in January Still a Limit fn the statements issued so far by the Texas White House it is obvious that the President is trying to keep the budget under $ 100 billion This is the limit set by President Kennedy , and LBJ seems _^^^^^^^^^^^ B determined to follow the same pol- _^^^^ HPIB _^ H icy This is both unfortunate and _j _^^^ _BRtilt _^ _lB unrealistic There seems to be some _MIWP _^^? V | H sort of a bugaboo about crossing B p-j _Sp * _j 1 _^ jSSB of publicly setting this limit be- \ < X . _J }...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964

IE ! I > I s TOMIi % 3 L . _B The Latest Committee Student Council President Mike Yaggy is to be commended for establishing an ad hoc presidential committee to evaluate the College s curriculum . The campus has long needed such a study . Students rarely have an appreciation for anything approaching the full range of the College s academic programs . Several years ago the College s curriculum was evaluated by me Middle States Association . We suggest that any new study of the curriculum take into account the results of the old investigation and outline the areas of the curriculum which have shown an improvement or a decline We imagine that the latter will be nonexistent . The proposed method of carrying out the studies—a steering committee of three students and a full committee composed of two seniors and two juniors from every department offering a major might at first appear cumbersome . On the other hand , there is really no other way of assuring that the results obtain...

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Letters to the Editors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964

Letters to the Editors Another Column Correction To the Editors : May I take just a moment to correct Mr Paiker s latest flight from reality in his column of November 13 ? Mr Parker writes In the race between Taft and Steven Young it was a toss-up among the voters as to _who was the more conservative The voting records of each followed conservative lines and Young had even voted against the Civil Rights Bill ADA Likes Young At the conclusion of this session oi Congress the liberal Americans for Democratic Action gave Mr Young a score of 87 and Mr Taft a score of 8 The conservative Americans foi Constitutional Action gave Mr Young a score of 12 and Mr Taft a score of 80 . Of course , Senator Young voted for the Civil Rights Bill Richard F . Schier Professor of Government G . H . P . Finds True Ally To the Editors : In the Letters to the Editors section of the REPORTER issued November 13 , I see that one of your readers seems offended by a short poem that appeared on the protest tree ...

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Hi Wporter [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964

Hi Wporter 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 L Harrison and Richard Kneedler News Editor Features Editor Sports Editor Marc Silberf Gordon Prager Peter Keers Photography Editor Copy Editor Business Manager Bruce _Shelron Robert Siverling Peter Levitin Features Elic * Ivanhoe , Assistant Editor , Dick Schubert and Steve Singer , Special Sraff , Jave Hval , Leslie Lenkowsky , Rick Owen , Gerry Marcus , Tom Phillips , Gerald Pallor , Gerald Solt , and John Spence N _3 ws : Tom Morris and Richard Signer , Assistant Editors , Phil Cook , Ton Goldstein , Richard _Hofftian , Charles Mergentime ,...

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President Spalding Answers Counselors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964

President Spalding Answers Counselors The following is a letter from President Spalding to Dick Kneedler . who presented a petition from the dorm counselors to the President lati week The petition requested that students be consulted on changes in Hartman , Schnader and Marshall-Buchanan Halls Dear Mr . Kneedler ; I appieciate the concern cxpiessed bv the dormitory _counselois in the petition which vou deh \ eicd to me I welcome the opportunity the petition gives me to lay at lest some lumois and to give the context in which decisions must be made about the allocation of space in the physical de \ elopment of the campus Fust , let me assuie you that expressions of mteiest of this sort on the pait of student leadeu in assisting with the planning for the College s futiue facilities aic indeed _welcome and they aic in harmony with the invitation which we made to students to participate in planning foi the College s future While the petition arises fiom tumors which have small basis in ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964

| Ti i Parker ~ — ,.. „ , | The Age of the Auto- ! Downfall of Cities L , idei the Housing Act of 1949 the Federal Government was authorized to pay cities two-thuds of the diffcic . ic between the cost of acquning and cltaiing blighted a cas _, and the cost when sold to pmate developers I his allowed cities to try to lemedy the pioblcm citatcd by the automobile A new book by Victoi G-men , a well-known aichitect-planner , tells the story of imaginu > people who staived to death because of a flat tne So great is the leal thieat posed bv the automobile that an office building _ficej-e was oideicd in London by Economics Minister Geoige Brown aftei a government commission s report foresaw a mon- * 3 ,. ™ ,,-.. * . • .. stious traffic jam in which nothing f _^ _&S / KS _^ _± _ uould evei move again ¦ r _^^^^ l Cities Increase Own Problems B 1 When many cities in the past _| 3 R « sl »? _& _*< ssdL allowed living conditions to deter- M&amp...

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Wise To Present Paper For Naf I Geo . Society [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964

Wise To Present Paper For Naf I Geo . Society Di Donald U Wise , associate pioiessoi of geology , will present a papei at the annual national meetings of the Geological Society of _Ameiica . scheduled this weekend in Miami , _Flonda The paper , entitled A new technique for _detecting con ) us > ate plane ? in dcioimcd niaiblcs . will be piesented _SaUuday at a meeting scheduled at the Hotel Deauulle Mechanics Study It invokes a study ol mechanics ol lock _defoimation completed at F and M last vcai . and was co-authoicd by Mi Robcit Vincent ol Welle _> lc _) . Mass , a senioi in « _colog \ at the _College last yeai and now a giaduatc student in geologv . at McGill _Uimeisity in Mon tioai Dining the pest month Wise also has dchveied scvcial othei lcctuies on geologic subjects He spoke on his cuiicnt woik on the _Gcolcigj of the Appalachian Piedmont at Western Rescue Univeisitv on _Octobci 20 At the Univeisitv of Indiana on Novcmbei 2 he spoke on Giavitv Tianspoit...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964

Prof . H . C . Wallich To Give Next Talk In Topics Series Professor Henry C Wallich will clc _^ luei the next Topics Lecture , Whc Wants a Flee Economy in Hcnse Hall on Dccembei 3 \ native Geiman , Wallich has been piofcssor of economics at Yale Urnuisity since 1951 . He was a meinbei if the Presidents Council of Economics Advisers fiom 1959-61 and AsMstant to the Secretary of the Tie . isui ) fiom 1958-59 while on leave fiom \ ale \ ftei leceiving his undeigraduatc education at Oxford University , he was employed as a security analyst for sevti _^ l companies , later he joined the Imeign Research Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of New Yoik In 1944 Wallich leceived his PhD fiom Harvard University He is the authoi of several aitides _Md hooks , one of the most lecent being 7 he Cost of Freedom _Raithaus ( Continued fiom Page 1 ) lung ; his month s national convention / » which ovei four hundred colleges _-nd universities have been muted _Tl-i executive board of the Student Coui ...

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Hockey Club To _Opm Against Penn Skaten [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964

Hockey Club To _Opm Against Penn Skaten Don Cleveland drives for puck in _winning effort against Lafayette a year ago By E . ONEIL \ cast of ten veterans from the 1963-64 club will be on hand tomorrow when the F and M hockey club faces off against the University of Pennsylvania in its seasons openei at 5 pin on the Quakers home link Skating with this crew will be nine frosh hopefuls and a pair of jumoi college transfers Under the helm of former Boston Bruin standout Ken Smith , the Diplomats will be seeking to better the 4-5-1 o \ erall mark which they rolled up a year ago A member of the Middle Atlantic Hockey Association , F and M shaied the co-championship with Lafayette in 1964 The Blue and White entered then first tilt with the Leopards with a perfect mark m league competition Registering a 3-1 lead after the first period of play , the Diplomats fell prey to an aroused Lafayette club and dropped a 5-3 decision Two weeks later F and M upended the Leopaids by a 3-2 count to estab...

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