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Bergman : Psychopath , Misanthrope , Or Just Laughing at Our Stupidity ? [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964
Bergman : Psychopath , Misanthrope , Or Just Laughing at Our Stupidity ? By GORDON PRAGER Wild Stiawbeines . the latest Beigman opus to hit the campus under the auspices of the Fine Aits Club , might bettei be called The _Tuals and Tabulations of the Mean , Old , Inwardly Cold Doctoi _ As has often been the case , Ingnd Thulin , straight fiom the annals of the Route 66 mass-produced blond wendos , plays the female lead Victoi Sjostiom . a kindly Boris Karloff type , plays the pait of Dr Isak Boig Philosophical Twist Di Boig as a youth had a philosophical twist to his charactei that made him old in mind bcfoie his veais Thwaited in love by his biothei , Sigfnd , Dr Boig has gone through life without impaiting love to otheis His son in turn , is cold to his wife , Mananne , who has lecently come to spend a few weeks with Dr Boig What takes place is a shocking icvelation to Di Boig of his cold self At movies end we see him beginning to bieak the ice of his emotions Cacophonous Fiom the...
R _iigion Lecture Discusses P _. ths of Saints and Sinners [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964
R _iigion Lecture Discusses P _. ths of Saints and Sinners I . Continued from Page 6 ) i _oidn es , subordinates , or severs _tht i _(« o I rei pointed out that this imi1 tatioi . or reminiscence of Christ may i be a- . lung of the Past He quoted _Alfred Schweit / er , who I said Jesus is an enigma that does 3 not ii : into the modern woild Fici I _uent on to say that because _Chust i ls a Kinotc and intangible individual S Unidentified strangeis , c \ cn such j as Chnst , are not always vivid The f saints aie necessary to make Christ 1 seem less lemote Thus a saint bci come ; a martyr following the patI tcin set by his loid I Tragedy I \ second question discussed was uhcLhei a saint story or play can be 1 classified as a tragedy Fi ei s answ ei i uas yes if one recognizes the diffcrj ence m the definition of tragedy It is no longer the classical definition of uagtdy The conflict lests upon the [ inner being of the heto Thus the main action takes place within the m- - chudual , the ...
_Pre-Marita ! Sex Rubs Against 'Norm of Ethos Use Only To Alleviate Psychological Problems [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964
_Pre-Marita ! Sex Rubs Against Norm of Ethos Use Only To Alleviate Psychological Problems By RICK OWEN Professor Karl Lamberg of the anthropology department views pre-mar-ltal sex as an illustration of the real versus ideal behavior pattern in our society By this he means the dichotomy of what is accepted as right and what is actually practiced in society He states that pre-mantal sex goes against all precepts of our JudeoChnstian heritage , but is in reality a conduct of a large segment of our contemporary culture It rubs against the norm of our ethos , but as our society develops , pre-marital sex is slowly evolving as a norm . Lamberg feels that if pre-mantal sex is to be completely accepted in the futuie , our basic Christian creed must be revised Primitive Societies Lamberg pointed out that in socalled _primitive societies , pre-marital ex is not frowned upon and in some . istances is freely practiced Males ire not totally condemned , but fenales aie almost universally censured...
Part 2 Pitt by a Landslide : Overview [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964
Part 2 Pitt by a Landslide : Overview by ROBERT SIVERLING An election campaign can be a number of things it can be the candidate and a vast reportorial staff following his movements across the country in a jet It can be the candidate and a considerably smaller reportorial staff flying across the state in a DC-6 Or it can be only the candidate walking through the dis ¬ trict Advantages and Disadvantages I was involved in the last kind of campaign , from my limited point of view it had both advantages and disadvantages A local campaign like this one is a microcosm of the larger presidential and legislative compaigns In addition it has some elements all its own—a congeries of local laws , registration situations , and sentiments One advantage of this kind of campaign is that time-scheduling is easier Lancaster is a small city , and with luck one can get from one end of it to the other in ten minutes The size of the town allows meetings to be scheduled close to one another . It is , per...
Goethean Society s Meeting Plaa -Now the College Scholars' floors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964
Goethean Society s Meeting PlaaNow the College Scholars floors The Goethean Literan , utK named after Johann von _Goi _^ vas founded m 1835 by the sin . , its of Fiankhn College When ( . ahcan Hall v \ as built a feu yeais I , : t | lt literary society held its mm _, , ., 011 the second flooi theie 1 h &lt; _ i , , u , ni they met formally as a _gioup \ as m 1954 , although theie is a in . IHl of a collection of dues foi the sunt \ _, „ 1956 The members dealt with pub ] ,, speaking and debating with in . pm pose of giving its memlxis &gt; n op poitunity to impio \ e thcimdu _, m poise and speaking abihtv Goethean Hall is now _bcmn u &gt; rd by the College Scholai Pio _^ _iam which utilizes the space with si mimu tables and lounging aicas \ hbiai \ case now partitions the loom Freshman Scholars Freshmen interested in p . ntio _pating in the _College Scholai piogram are invited to a _meeting to be held in the Gicen Room . it 4 : 30 , Thursday , Deccmbci 3 The m...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 November 1964
Religion Lecture Deals with Paths Of Saint , Sinner By T . W . PHILLIPS The second dual lecture in this year s series of religion lectures was delivered by Dr Hans Frei , the assooiate professor of religious studies at Yale University . The topic of Tuesday s lectures was In Quest of Christ s Presence The Paths of Saint , Sinner , and Pilgrim The first lecture dealt with the path of the saint Frei began by saying Dr . Hans W . Frei that there are two basic paths of the saint . Imitation of Christ The first is the life of an imitation of Christ , and the second is a similarity between sufferings Since there must be some practical way to follow the paths of the saint , one either co- ( Continued on Page 5 )
Undefeated F&M Gridders Top Ursinus By 20-6 Count [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 1 December 1964
Undefeated F&amp;M Gridders Top Ursinus By 20-6 Count F and M unleashed a poweiful nmning game , combined U with the passing aitistry of Seiki Muiono and ioiled up a 20-6 tnumph over Ursinus in a Williamson Field contest on Novembci 21 which saw the Diplomats chalk up the second udefeated campaign in Blue and While football histoiv Not since the 1950 giiduon cle \ en compiled a 9-0 slate had an F and M football squad swept thiough a fall without suffciing a setback Completing his second vcai at the helm of Diplomat football foi tunes , Coach Sloick watched his club mo \ e fiom a 1-6 lccoid in 1963 to this season s MAC Southern Division championship and an 8-0 maik in o \ eiall competition Victois Score Eaily With Muiono connecting foi _fi \ c pass completions in as many attempts , a 69 yaid F and M sconng dine was climaxed by a 15 vaid touchdown jaunt b \ _Gciry Beaman bcfoic five minutes had elapsed in the contest Pete Bambcy s cxtia point boot ga \ e the Big Blue a 7-0 lea...
Diplomat Soccer Club Falls In NCAA Contest [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 1 December 1964
Diplomat Soccer Club Falls In NCAA Contest Sconng twice in the second quaitci of play . East Stroudsbui £ &gt; s undefeated soccci club lan its \ ictory skein to 12 by _blanking F and M 6-0 in an NCAA contest last Monday For Coach Noel Hoovers Diplomat booters _, the setback spelled the end to a campaign which had seen them lecoid a 7-1-2 legulai season slate Dip Attack Stalled Earlier m the week F and M had diopped a 4-3 decision to Uisinus on a rain-soaked field Dave Rittenhousc , East Stioudsbuig center forward , got the victois off on the light foot when he look a coiner kick from Dave Hcppe and headed it into the Diplomat goal Midway thiough the second stanza , Heppe drove in a score fiom the nght side to give the Wainois a 2-0 lead Except for a bnef fluny in the third period F and M was unable to thieaten the East Stroudsbuig defenses Rittcnhouse tallied two of the final quaitei goals with Joe Haen and Joe Kolok icing the victory with anothci pair of tallies Commenting...
Ace Booters End Careers [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 1 December 1964
Ace Booters End Careers _Fotu athletes who ha \ e held down staiting beiths since the beginning of then sophomoie &gt; ear bade faiewcll to _F and M soccci when the 1964 campaign came to a halt foi the Diplomats in last Monday s NC \ A meeting with East Stioudsbuig Kev figuies on clubs which ha \ c compiled a 23-3-3 o \ eiall maik for legulai season competition , Paul \ dogli , Jim Bunting , Gcoigc Kalule , and Paul Mm tm ha \ e spaiked a lifting of Big Blue soccei foi tunes to a c \ el almost matching that of F and Ms gieat clubs in the eailv 1950 s Ados ;!! Heads Quaitet In the \ cisatile Adogh , tlic Diplomat booteis will be losing a playei who is rated as one of the most dazzling pcifoimeis in F and M soccer annals Seeing ser \ icc at the inner left slot , \ dogh was the MAC Southern Division Plavei ol the Yeai in 1962 , and he ma &gt; well leceivc that same honoi this fall \ stiong contendci foi confeicnce lauiels foi his woik as Diplomat goaltcndei , Bunting ha...
Weekly Football Award Goes to Seiki Miirono [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 1 December 1964
Weekly Football Award Goes to Seiki Miirono By vntue of his sparkling perform-1 playei in the Delawaie Valley aiea ancc in F and M s season finale against Uijinus on _November 21 . Diplomat quarteiback Seiki Muiono received Philadelphia s Maxwell Club citation as _Plavcr of the Week Not since All-East fullback George Dai rah was stainng foi the B 15 Blue in 1958 had an F and M football player been selected foi this honor The junioi signal callei was piesent with Coach Geoige Stoick when the Maxwell Club held its final meeting of the fall at the Waiwick Hotel in Philadelphia on November 23 Piescnted weekly to a top football this awaid had gone to a pair of All- \ mciicans caihei 111 the fall , Princeton s Cosmo _IacavazjM and Pcnn State s Glenn Resslcr The Maxwell Club , foimcd several yeai ago by the late NFL commissionei Bert Bell , is named aftei foimer Suaithmoie gild star Tinv Maxwell In ordei to be eligible foi this awaid a playei must be pciforming for a team located in a geog...
Diplomat Cagers Await Opening Court Contest [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 1 December 1964
Diplomat Cagers Await Opening Court Contest Hoping to continue where F and Ms confeience championship football squad left off , Coach Chuck Winsoi s Diplomat cagers will be opening the 1964-65 basketball campaign with an 8 30 encounter at Swarthmore tomonow evening Wmsor has been drilling a 16-man squad for five weeks in preparation for this winters schedule which lists 20 contests . On hand among the court candidates who have been working out aie five returning lettermen in Fred Wert , George Nier , Art King , Lee Smith and Jack Charles , a group of promising sophomores , and several upperclassmen who are seeking to make their varsity debut this season Soccer Stars Report Also set for service are a pair of soccer standouts who have recently exchanged their cleats for a pair of sneakers , Jim Bunting and Bob Penney Both of these players earned monograms in 1964 ad are expected to make strong bids for starting berths One of the chief problems facing Wmsor in molding a winning quintet...
Wrestlers Prepare _Fjr Meeting With Colnml ia [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 1 December 1964
Wrestlers Prepare _Fjr Meeting With Colnml ia By DANE DETRICK The Diplomat varsity _wiesthna ; squad , undei the _diiut , n o : Coach Roy Phillips , will be _traveling to Columbia on Satuui foi the season s mauguial \ nth the Lions . A yeai ago Columbia topped the Bis ; Blue in a 19-11 m , _a ] , Foremost among the giappli u | 1 ( have been working oul uith tin _, qua ( since late Octobei aie lettcinu i San Shimansky , Mike Wood , Jon I nloi and Bill Schncidennan Joinim . thiquartet have been _piomsins ; sopho moics Teny Hostettcr , _Gtomi Coimeny , and Bill Tioop Mohoui with the close of the fall spoih siason , footballcis Lew ZcmsU Ron Depic / , Tom McBec , and Jui \ Bia man as well as soccer _playu-. Paul Martin and Neil Thompson aic on hand Coach Expresses Optimism Coach Phillips , expecting _, ui 1111piovement over last ycai s 5-7-1 hc ord , stated , We re looking foi a Ixiter season because of _bettci balance throughout the weights We hau a young team and we hope they ll en th...
Lehigh Tops Dip Mat Foes [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 1 December 1964
Lehigh Tops Dip Mat Foes Captain Harley Ferguson , John Gladdish , EIWA 191-pound champ _, and Bill Stuait , EIWA runnerup in the 130-pound class a year ago , aie among the wrestlers who will be on hand this wintei when powerful Lehigh , one of the nation s ten most powerful clubs , is pitted against F and M on the mats this winter Heavyweight John lllengwarth , fourth in the EIWA s , and Rich Warnke , 123-pound ace , add further strength to a club which includes four first place winner from the 1964 West Point Plebe Championships , Mike Caruso ( 123 ) , Joe Peritoie ( 130 ) , Glenn Amsbaugh ( 147 ) , and Mike _McClellan ( hwt ) Engineets Lose Koch The only key figure missing froir the juggernaut which edged out Pit ; and Syracuse for the Eastern Championship in 1964 is Doug Koch , the 147-pound EIWA tithst who placed third in the nationals and will be replaced by Amsbaugh While Lehigh and Springfield loom as the most formidable F and M wi esthng opponents this winter , five Ivy Lea...