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iviiixe I _ciyyy , , , - ,, _,, „ _,, . _* , _., „ _,,.,.,, ~ _, ~ , _* ,,,. _* . „ ,., „ % ame Duck' Republicans ' Due To Lose Influence [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

iviiixe I _ciyyy , , , - ,, _,, „ _,, . _* , _., „ _,,.,.,, ~ _, ~ , _* ,,,. _* . „ ,., „ \ % ame Duck Republicans Due To Lose Influence water conservative and while this may have mr « it i does not seem to be an fashion If Connally , _rc-i Luce governor by a large margin last month , decides u , iun Towei had better start savoring his last two yeai as ; Senator . _Connally Has Chance Piesident Johnson , no insignificant force in _Tc \ _i politics , is close to Connally and is somewhat gallul In having Tower take over the seat he held before 1 . x com ing Vice-President Tower realizes his situation 1 nfoitunately for him so does the rest of the Senate This will diminish the already small influence the junior Sui ator from Texas wields and will cause other Republican senators to be less than enthusiastic in suppciting a doomed man Boggs of Delaware is another Republican in tumble He beat Democrat Senator Allen Frear in 1960 with less than 3 , 000 votes out of 190 , 000 votes cast Win...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

_BSDnroiiiAXiS Council Must Choose Last March when the current editorial board of the paper took over , its operations a decision was made not to criticize | ust for the sake of creating controversy This decision did not mean that we would purposefully gloss over sensitive issues or attempt to hide facts Neither did it mean that we would pull any punches in meting out criticism where criticism was deserved Student Council s actions at its meeting November 19 , and , more importantly , the method by which these actions were decided on fall into this latter category We were disappointed and disturbed by what we saw that night , and we said so Now that the heat of the moment has cooled , and in keeping with our editorial policy , we won t pursue the immediate issue any further But also in keeping with our policy we feel that something constructive can emerge from the muddle of November 19 We still contend that student government in some form can be an effective force on the campus . Th...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

up election with a politically astute gentleman who gave me the facts on that lace I failed to check Senatoi Youngs record , but I am now in the piocess of doing so It seems that I cued in relaying the information to Mi Paikei I sincerely apologize to all of his ardent fans , especially Haivey Klehr _, 67 . Comment I would like to add a comment It is veiy important to note that the legislative reapportionment question Freshman Finds Kamens Inconsistent To the Editors : During the 1964 freshman Studenl Council elections , I spent much time and effort arguing and talking dial Donald Kamens should be elected 1 am sorry . Hypocr isy As the events of the past few weeks have unfolded , many of us who supported Mr Kamens have found that his interest is not in F and M , but in Donald Kamens When Mr Kamens decided to vote first against the all-school banquet and , an hour latei , sign a petition asking that the banquet take place , it became obvious that his primary interest is in reelection...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
M REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

\ M REPORTER Published semi-weekly throughout the college year except for vacations by undergraduates of Franklin and Marshal ! 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 journal are those of the editors and editorial board anc do not represent official opinion Editors-in-chief David L Harrison and Richard Kneedler News Editor Features Editor Sports Editor Marc Silbert Gordon Prager Peter Keers Photography Edit ™ Copy Editor Business Manager Bruce _Shelton Robert Siverling Peter Levifin Features : EliC- Kanhoe , Assistant Editor , Dick Schubert and Steve Singer , Special Staff , Dave Hval , Rick Owen , Tom Phillips , Gerald Pallor , and John Spence Slews : Tom Morris and Richard Signer , Assistant Editors , Ron Goldstein , Richard Hoffman , Charles Mergentime , Richard Schrot , Mel Shandler , Clark Silver , Larry Bank , Pa...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Tom Parker - f Base Closings May Help I Some Local Economies [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

Tom Parker - f Base Closings May Help I Some Local Economies It -nil be interesting to see if the economy _druc of Picsident Johnson can weathei the stiong winds of sectional piessuie When it was announced that many defense installations in some 33 states would be closed Secietary of Defense McNamara came under heavv fiit from some leading Democrats The cry of the angn congressmen seems to fall on deaf ears in Washington Improvement Secretary McNamara boasts that he \ _wll be able to save the country some $ 477 million dollars by these cutbacks in military installations While some communities fear the consequences of such closings U appears the economy ol r . - _^ _gB M _^^ whole areas will not be adversely j _^ P _^ _nSBh . affected , but may possibly even be wKf ~ _™ % Of the 63 , 000 families affected _;^^ f _^^«^ _& b > the defense cutback many will j K _^^ jHf be moved to new installations at iS . i _..,,..,,. j ; « o _\ crnment expense Others may _milk *...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

Di James Z \ ppcl . college ph \ - sician and Lancastei physician and suigcon , was named piesident-elcct cl the \ mcncan Medical Association Wednesday morning June Take-O _\ ei Appel will take o \ ei the helm of 1928 Appel has Dj j z Appc _, been Duectoi of Student Health Services at the College foi the last thu t > \ eais He established the College s Counseling Sen . ices in 1915 and was _lesponsible foi institution of a completely icoigani / cd inultifaceted Counseling Services Division two \ eais ago Appel has been a member of the Pcnns \ l \ ama Medical Society b boaid of tiustees foi 10 \ eais He has been an Amciican delegate to the last two annual _meeting of the World Health _OigaiuVation in Geneva , Su it / _eilaud In addition to his sen ice at F and M , \ ppel has been a piacticing suigeon in Lancastei since 1931 James Z . Appel Elected President Of the A . M . A .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

1 and M lanked second among all \ mencan colleges and uimeisitics in students paiticipating m the last annual exchange piogram of IAESTE the Intci national Association foi the Exchange of Students foi Technical Expei lencc The annual lcpoit of IAESTE published leccntly , shows that the Massachusetts Institute of Technology placed 1-1 students in the 196 S-6 I _IVESTE Piogram , tanking fust , while the College placed 10 students Students fiom a total of 73 Ameilcan colleges and umveisities paiticipatcd in the piogram last \ cai spending their summei months abioad woiking at foteign industnal installations About 18 students who have cxpicsscd inteicst in the coming ) eafs _1 _VESTE Piogiam heaid the oigam / ation s piincipal executives who wcie at the College _Wednesdax Mi Josef Wischcidt Ji . Executnc _Dnectoi of IAESTE and Di John K Wolfe , Chairman of the I \ ESTE Boaul of Duectoi _; ,. also attended a dinnei held Wednesday night b \ the F and M IAESTE Chaptei , and met with the ch...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

Dorm Rooms Rooms are available in the north wing of the Benjamin Franklin complex for second semester . Any students living off campus desiring accommodations in the new complex should apply at the office of the Director of Residence Halls ( 800 Schnader Hall ) any time between now and the end of the semester .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

Applications For Counselors Applications for dormitory counselor are now available in the office of the Director of Residence Halls ( 800 Schnader Hal !) . All students interested should complete the application and return to Mr . p ! ummer s office by January 8 .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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SC Vetoes _BanqueifJeies Two Sports Tea , is [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

SC Vetoes _BanqueifJeies Two Sports Tea , is ( Continued from Page 1 ) Mendel 68 ... No Kaniens 68 . . . Yes Fauer 66 ... No Cooper 67 ... No Braun 66 ... No Tauger 67 . . . Yes Zieler 65 ... Yes Burness 67 ... No Silverman 67 . . . No Hoppner 66 . . . Yes Eisenberg 65 . . . No Shilling 65 ... Yes Keers 66 .. . Yes The motion passed 11-9 Aftei the banquet was defeated most Council members still felt that ; omc teams should be honored . There then followed a long series of mo- , ions which were designed in some . ray to honor all or some of the fall : eams Cooper Moves Bairy Cooper moved that although the Council doesn t favor the banquet , at does favor some means of honoring F and M s fall athletic leams Mike Tauger 67 then , suggested that the teams be asked how they would like to be honoied Bob Mendel , in replying to Tauger , expressed the opinion that you don t ask peop le how to honor _themselves David Harrison , one of the stuJcnts attending the meeting , comnentcd that Counc...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

Folk and Classic Guitars Hootenanny Music Tiny Wright Music Shop 44 N . Prince St . Everything in _Musical Supplies

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

. \ By ROBERT SIVERLING I If intensification of activity is what • marks the beginning of a campaign jfor office , then Pittenger s campaign Ibcgdii m J une At mat tlme tne _first _imembeis of the Teens for Mr Pitt ] were recruited . j There was a reservoir of students kho had worked for Pittenger in his _unsuccessful 1962 campaign , they lucre some of the first students mjvolved However , there was a large I number of students wiho had come to _Jknow of Pittenger since 1962 , and they made up the great body of vvoik _ Part 3 . Pitt by a Landslide : Canvassing For the Unregistered 1 C . S i Mission \ The mission of the teens was tc _^ conduct a city-wide canvass on a door-Uo-door basis , to find out how people _Kverc registered , and what then actual ( political feelings -were ( In Lancaster , which has many aspects of a oneIparty town , it is occasionally necessary to be registered in one party oi _^ another to hold a job , or get a raise , oi be promoted ) , The canvass was the fi...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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