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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

_Mjntley , Brinkley Contract ™> r Commencement Oration By PAUL EISENBERG In an intcivicw with the REPORTER Leo E Geier , Public Re-ns-Directoi of the College , announced that the speakeis for _Commencement , which will be held on Sunday , May 31 , will be _© _S& Huntley and David Brinkley , the NBC News duo . _^ _MGeier said , Im assuming it will be , lather than two separate _aeliresses , a back and forth presentation similar to the piogram ( dniar NBC News show ) Accoicling to Geier , it will be difficult fa || hem to do this because Brinkley told me he hadn t spoken to h 1 u | $ ( Huntlcy ) for six months _fffflpppaicntly , Geier feels , they just don t have the oppoitunity to _sM o § et . hci - „ - . _i _« Honorary Degrees wTne College Public Relations DirScffi also told the REPORTER that _lySviithat is the - , < SSfe . . Chet Huntley bestgitime for rejgSSKK _^^^^^^^ lease of official _onfMay , 31 At 10 : 30 am BaccalaureaS | iwIu take place in ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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Hovis , Hohl Win NSF Fellowships For Graduate Study in Geology [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Hovis , Hohl Win NSF Fellowships For Graduate Study in Geology Two seniors , Guy Hovis of York Pa and Arthur Hohl fiem Baldwin N Y , aic among 16 students m the nation to be awarded National Science Foundation first-year giaduatc fellowships in geology The distinction of having two students selected from any one institution is shaied by only four schools . Stanford Umveisity , Southern Methodist , California Institute of Technology and F and M Only 16 of these fellowships wcic awarded in the nation this year F and M was the only school lepiescntcd on the list of fellowship winners winch also _appealed with the names of the 32 students who received honorable mention Honorable _Mention The three F and M students who received honorable mention were Thomas Anderson of Washington , Pa . David Drake of Levittown , Pa , and _Alan Samuelson of _Palmertoi , Pa The fellowships provide $ 1400 plus tuition for the student s first year at _graduate school . Both Hovis and Hohl will apply their f...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Physics Professors NameDr . R . I . Weller As Group President Dr Richard 1 Wellci , Piofcssoi of Physics , was elected piesident of the Central Pennsylvania Section of the Amencan _Association of Physics Tcachcis The eleventh annual meeting of this gioup , attended by ovci fifty college physics piofessois , was held on the F and M campus in Wellci s honor Scholarship Program Five yeais ago Di Wellcr oiganl / cd the Annual Scholarship Awards Program which _^^ i _^^ n encompasses 80 % I _^ H _^^^^^^^^ _Bb of the state Ov- HHP _^^^^^ BH er 700 high | _HF IB s c h o ol students | BfBp * -f _^ - _agjH hav e taken the ™ r 5 _^ _r _ _^^ BHH exam inations _| h _« L _^ _T&auCsH which recognize ||§ pl §|? _M £ i § JBH and c n c o urage _IK _^ MWM high scholarship _flR _^ _SBM H _^ H in physics Stu- f _^ ft . _^^ Pt _^ _UJ dent winners arc Dr . WcIler awarded scholarships in physics by paiticipatmg insti tut ions , and the students and theii high schools leccivc certificates ol mer...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Glee Club To Sing In Music Festival With Four Schools The F and M Glee Club will participate in a festival of contemporary music , Saturday at Haverfoid College The 8 30 p m performance will feature the choiuscs of four eastern colleges — Haverford , Bryn Mavvr , Vassar and F and M The performance is open to the public free of charge and will be held in Robeits Hall at the Haverfoid campus Selections Selections will include the Hmdemith Appaiebit Repentia Dies for mixed choius and brass choir , the choral dances from Gloriana by Benjamin Britten , and The Carnival Seng by Walter Piston , foi male voices and _biass Other works are A Cantata by Darius Milhaud for women s voices with harp and cboe Love Song Madngab of Hugh Distlcr , and Coio Di Morli of Pctrassi foi male voice- ; _, brass , string bass , three pianos and percussion Prof Hugh Gault is dnectoi of the F and M Glee Club

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Report Indicates Opposing Loya Hies Produce Conflicts By DENNIS BROOKSHIRE Ed Note :- This is the _second in n series of articles dealing zmth the Fact Finding Group of the Committee jot Social Action s trip to Tous , aloo Southern Christian College and neaiby Jackson , Mississippi John Haikins is torn between two strong loyalties and is claimed by two opposing ideologies iHe is a white , native Mississipian He is a Roman Catholic pi icst The lacist position of Mississippi is clearly defined by the Citizens Council . The policy of integration fa \ oied bv the Catholic Church has been icaffnmed by various Amciican bishops Inner Conflict We asked Haikins if he behc \ ed that Mississippi is a fascist state At ( Continued on Page 4 )

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

_MsFinancial Aid Applications Due May 15 fip ! lls e _financl a _ a _d applications no later than May 15 , 1964 . illill ! e 1964 _ 65 academic year are Students who are currently rc3 |||||| avai lable in the Student Aid ceiving financial assistance are rellp ffice . Any student who wishes to minded that they must complete a ipPPl |; for financial assistance should new application and return it to HpijJain a form as soon as possible , the Student Aid Office no later _ijf § f ||| his parents complete it , and than May 15 , 1964 in order to be _IbIIIhIp l to tne Student Aid Office considered for financial assistance .

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EDITORIALS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

EDITORIALS Let s Abolish Outmoded Fraternities ! In talks with four fraternities recently , Dean DePuy has advanced what appears to be a radically mew plan to help solve the campus and fraternity housing problem . It has been evident in recent months from statements by the Dean of Students and the President that one of the primary worries that the Administration has in regard to the fraternity system is the lack of adequate housing now en | oyed by the campus broth ¬ erhoods . It is evident from even a cursory inspection of the houses that many of them are a few pieces of scotch tape and one layer of twenty-year-old paint away from physical collapse . Something soon has to ! be done , either rebuild the present houses , buy other ones or build new ones . The Dean , in talks with members of Phi Kappa Sigma , Phi Kappa Tau , Delta Sigma Phi and Zeta Beta Tau , suggested that the College would be willing to construct new houses for the fraternities on College land on the condition that...

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Mike YaQQV _^ _j _^> _, _tfZTTx _^® _& _^ _% _^ '" ' * ' ' ' * r 1 Goldwater ' s Foreign Policy I Shows Ignoble _Ignorance [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Mike YaQQV _^ _j _^> _, _tfZTTx _^® _& _^ _% _^ * * r \ 1 Goldwater s Foreign Policy I Shows Ignoble _Ignorance temporary international relations First ; he confuses peace with m | H _^ _HHjjHH surrender . The senator has fallen _^^^ _HRfp _rVfl into the trap of believing that a _|^^^ _Pj _^ _fc _* ;§ U state of peace serves only the ComH _( £ 5 H ! S ! y : n \ 3 M munist end of world domination _fcflBy * C § 8 EM an _< l that any action by this counft §§ ir _ _^ _CaSB try to encourage peace or to insure _|^^^^^^ S | H its continuance is but a surrender - \\ J > VSBml _^^^ m We surrendered in signing the Yaggy test-ban treaty , we surrendered in not stopping DeGaulle _ s rise to influence , we surrendered an Cuba , and we surrendered in Panama In short , the senator says we have aided the Communists b y trying to lay the framework of the future on something other than force He overlooked the fact that we already have an overkill capacity ...

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Three Fraternities , Administration Explore Possibilities of New Houses [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Three Fraternities , Administration Explore Possibilities of New Houses Dean DePuy announced at a dinner at Phi Kappa Tau that informal negotiations are in progress between three fraternities and officers of the College to replace present fraternity houses with new ones The three houses are Delta Sigma Phi , Phi Kappa Sigma , and Zeta Beta Tau These fraternities are currently m the market for new housing and it has been suggested to them that the College could help them in this situation . At present , according to the Dean , certain houses are unsafe and uneconomical , because of the expense of upkeep in a house not originally de ¬ signed for gioup living While details are not completely worked out , either among the fraternities or the administration , the houses would probably be built in the immediate campus area . They could be built , financed and owned by the College , or the College could lease the fraternity the land on which to build a house , depending on the individual p...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

9 Excerpts of Spalding s Testimony * _nlffi&s I studied the testimony offered ; t « ou in earlier meetings , I noticed _illflrt most of it dealt with the great vi quantitive pressures on us to provide _^ post-high school training and educat ion for our talented young people _-Hfgljree emphatically with those who _havp laid stress on th e need to be _vsure that the opportunity for higher _WHf . . - _e ducation , is made available to all _Jthose young men and women with the intellectual capacity to benefit from -, i&I furthei agree most emphatically _Twith them that providing higher edu- , cation . to talented youth at all socioeconomic levels is a sound investment _-iwliioh will yield gicat returns not onivAfor the individuals but for the najtiont _^ S lt- occurred to me that I might be _^ aibl « r to serve the Subcommittee best _jSbjiaescribing some significant opporItunitics for improvement of the qualjit _^ Bf higher education offered by this _5 $ j § K $ i...

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Km Parker , , <„ _- ,. „ , - > :. z ~ : / -. - _-.,-.. ¦ Left Warps Conservatism ; I Goldwater Is Paragon [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Km Parker , , &amp;lt;„ _- ,. „ , - &amp;gt; :. z ~ : / -. - _-.,-.. ¦ Left Warps Conservatism ; I Goldwater Is Paragon ( , J || ln the February 16 th issue of the New York Times Magazine , an article by Andrew Hacker entitled In- / quiry Into The New Conservatism , leveled several un--f ouaided charges at the Conservatives of today While 1 n _£ b -Mr . Hacker warns of confusing Conservatives with the ; ; Racial Rightit appears that he does not follow his own _^ ad vice and dees some fu _? zy thinking about the real goals _* af | Conservatives in American society today _^^ Conservatism to Mr . Hacker is a disease that needs | ltc || be stamped out at the polls , but this is the usual idea of anyone wiho disagrees with the opinions of _Mothers . ,, _^ _STo tiy a text book definition to define the present _^ day Conservatives is not sufficient . The realm of the _^ present day Conservative s view of _^ _ _. _^^ _o _^ _, __&amp;lt; politics is best summed up in Gold- _^ ji ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Farewell to Arms . . . The following is the editorial which appeared m the April Fool s issue of the Muhlenbeig weekly criticizing _students , faculty and administration To do battle with the woild can be frustrating and , at times , even rcwaiding ; to crusade in an inert microcosm of that world can be even more depressing , but even flustration and depression arc able to bring satisfaction if one resigns himself to grin and bear it . Thus it is that I approach this 112 th weekly upon which I have • worked with mixed emotions . Through a combination of my faults and those of others , I have not been able to accomplish many things that I would have liked to , but , on the other hand , perhaps life at Muhlenberg has been improved in some way and made a little more interesting . Working vith the weekly has been a meaningful experience ; it has been an opportunity to work not only with words and ideas but with people as well — and the latter can be the best education of all . Since edu...

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Paper Satirizes Muhlenberg [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Paper Satirizes Muhlenberg ( Continued from Page 1 ) They intend to produce a questionnaire near the end of a semester whicr will give all students a chance tc evaluate the college an a comprehen sive manner . There will be queries designed to determine campus opinior as to the best and worst departments , the faculty , the administration , the alumni and _vanous other aspects oi the college Bonekemper noted that the drafters of the questionnaire weie basically critical of college policies but that he thought they _would nevertheless remain objective Football Controversy The weeklys one really big controversy of the year resulted last fall _when the paper criticized the strategy that the football coach was using This occurred after he had been given a . chance to explain it but had been unable to The aftermath of the editorial , which branded the coach incompetent nas that he forbade his olayers to talk to the weekly on pain _ol dismissal from the team This was in effective threat s...

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DePuy on Fraternity Houses [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

DePuy on Fraternity Houses ( Continued from Page 2 ) pei living and studying conditions necessary for college life Much thought has been given tc the problems of separate kitchens ir , each house With the opening of the new dormitory , the College , will , foi the first time in many years , be able to feed most of its students , and dc it with meal plans that will be flexible enough to meet all needs The Dean made the point , however , thai if the fraternity insists on keeping its own kitchen facilities , these will be planned for The fraternity , by eating in the dormitories , will not have to eat as individuals Private dining facilities will be available to the fraternity if it eats as a unit in the College dining halls The fact that the College would own the buildings in which each fra ¬ ternity is housed would mean that a cc-itam amount of control over the condition of the physical plant would be necessaiy Fraternities aie aheady controlled in many aspects , such as social life ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Spalding Testifies for Senate Committee ( Continued from Page 1 ) grain , similar to the one proposed by scriber s parents should die . The first terest rate on educational loans than President Johnson in his poverty mes- claims a four percent interest rate , of automobile and home repair loans . sage . the second charges six percent . AddHe added that he thought it The Senator s bnl would increase ing in the cost of insurance , service only fair to praise those plans which NEfA loa _? £ unds / roln _W million and fees , both charge approximately provide loan funds for a college edu- t 0 _$ 250 mi { hon and extend _* e acts twelve Percent more than the iuK cation at a modest interest cost I V *™* t 0 lnclude students _^ _ _^ ndmg college costs . think it is only proper to commend Jumor colle _§ es and iv / ° -Y _™ r technical The Association of American Colthose agencies , both public and pn- m _^ Xe _\ I mwA _, le S es r ecent _y _^ pressed approval of vate , who have done so much ...

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Dr . West Sees Hop In Communist Worl I [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Dr . West Sees Hop In Communist Worl I ( Continued could be , a view which tended to break all family ties and traditions . Peoples who had no history or a cycle of history have now been brought into the stream of that history whose center is Jesus Christ . We are in a revolutionary situation , said Or West 3 with no direct continunity with the past . . . You have to look forward . . You have to live by hope Religion , he believes , may supply that hope Nationalism Dr West then went on to a discussion of nationalism One important type of nationalism is social-democ-racy , which , according to Dr . West , can be seen as filled with hope Dr . West made such statements as we live in the socialist revolution and basically they are like us ( speaking for himself ) _, thus revealing his true political views . He did , however , admit their greatest problem : can they build a viable , industrial society without doing it by compulsion or are some people going to be expropriated . . But what...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Mississippi ( Continued from Page 1 ) first he was hesitant to answer . When he finally spoke the inner conflict became evident I ve had a lot of advantages that my neighbors didnt have . I wouldnt like to judge them harshly . He then went on to differentiate between the educated and uneducated southerner He spoke of the Jacksonlan who is willing to meet the Negro on an equal basis — provided the meeting isnt m Jackson . Harkins judged this educated and urbane type in a harsh light But we was more gentle when referring to the man who has never read the New York Times . the man who is raised on segregationist newspapers He couldn t condone the actions or beliefs of such individuals but he could not blame them During the interview the middleaged priest was very quiet and serious The difficulty of his position became more evident when we discussed police brutality . Id hesitate to state definitely that police brutality is regularly practiced . of course , there are a few bad cops There...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Enscoe To Publish An article by Gerald K _Knscnc * the English department appears the current issue 1 of the _Btuknill ft view , a scholarly journal of arts , It ters and science _publiOn c ] In l r Bucknell University Piev . Professor Enscoe s _wiiiini ; is er titled Ambivalence in Kubla Khai . The Cavern and The Dome Hockey Dance The SUB Friday _m- Ht dan « and the scheduled Stud , ill Coun cil movie have been _&amp;lt;_ .... &amp;lt; filed w accommodate the F an ! M _I _ e Hockey Club s benefit i &amp;lt; ord hop in Mayscr Gym , April f ™ 11 to 12 p . m . The hop _vu feature J disc jockey from ia &amp;lt; i station WLAN , and girls have &amp;lt; n inii - , ed from Millersville St Colk ? , and the local nurses 1 e . J

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