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English Viols Concert Lacks Only the Music [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

English Viols Concert Lacks Only the Music By H . MILES GROTH The English Consoit of Viols conceit piovcd to be unique in moic ways than one The lemaik . ibly inteicsting instiunients and unknown lepeitoiy ueie capable of holding the audiences attention but weie not sufficient to make up foi the lack of a most impoitant entit > in the _iccital music * _Awkward Changes Between the seven sections of the piogiam awkward changes wcic made by one or any nunibci of the membeis in preparation foi stage setttings to accommodate thice , four , five or sixman ensembles The ai lists did show a f . iiiMliantv with most mcmbcis of the iiol family and often intci changed the playing of the diffcicnt paits among themselves A heightened sense of history was the only satisfaction of the conceit The members failed , _howevci , to cieale the music that thc > were so honestly U > ing to lc-introduce to the audience Tlu . se v \ ho attended wcic attentive tlnoughout most...

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Featherman _' s 'Frontier ' Comes as Man Himself [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

Featherman _ s Frontier Comes as Man Himself By STEVE SINGER The student-faculty foium held Nov 19 was unique in that it was the fiist to be led by a student Da \ _ul ! cathciman 65 , a sociology majoi picsented a paper entitled The Last Faultier Man FeathciirLin s fine papei aioused a lively discussion in which both students and membeis of the faculty participated Aiienation _fcathcunan developed the theme of man s estiangcmcnt fiom othci men liom the fimts of his technology , and _ivui fiom himself He stated that iltei man has conqueicd all the lumticis , the last of which will piobably he that of space , he must still (( intend with the final fiontiei—man himself The individual must still lcain to h \( with what has transpued in his unild , and he must _understand hoa he _ielates to it all The piobabihty that in n > adults feel lost because of sci Dave Feathernian cut fie developments must be seen in the light of man s being pushed out ol the stnicUuc of his own civih ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

U . S . Plans To Have Man on the Moon By Early 1970 s J The United States has committee itself to landl a man on the moon b ; die beginning of the 1970 s—hope fully before any other country doe ; so Whether the government shoulc continue this policy has become the subject of much debate J The following editorial is taker from the Saturday Review _j Sobering Thought It may cost $ 30 billion dollais tc _j pul a man on the moon It is sobciing to think of an alternative set of piojuts that might be financed with this sum I We could give a ten-percent laisc in salary , over a ten-year period , to c \ uy U S teacher ( 9 . 8 billion dollais ) give ten million dollars each to 200 small colleges ( two billion dol- « is ) , finance seven-year fellowships , ( fiei , _hman through Ph D ) at $ 4000 | ci person per year for 50 , 000 new _scicn , sts and engineers ( 1 4 billion _dollar ) , contribute 200 million dollars _ich toward the creation of ten _tv _tu 111 _\ _vltftUUll Ul il _^ &gt...

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The Death of Our Students ' Plays to a Capacity Crowd [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

The Death of Our Students Plays to a Capacity Crowd By GERALD PALLOR At 9 on the morning of Thursday , Novcmbei 19 , theie was a disaster in Lancaster At least , you -would have thought so if you had been at St Joseph Hospital Every few minutes an ambulance full of walkingwounded , mostly unwilling F and M students , unloaded bv the receiving room I Was There I was one of these walking unconscious victims I was afflicted with abiasions in the left chest , left shoul- : lci , left hip and I had pain uhen I bi enthed and I spit up blood Thc > lold me to he down on the flooi \ ftei a while I was lifted on a stictchci , my name _, ind medical insurance plan taken and taken to ICU—the Intensive Caie Unit After I had become comfoi table on the stretchci , they told me to get off and sit in a chau The only thull left was a pioposed tup to the nioiguc Despite the coopeiation fiom this patient , thc > said I wasnt lnjiued enough to die Success The cmeigcncv disastei dul...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

Campus Lights Out For Second Time By RICHARD SCHUBERT _Toi the second time in as mam weeks the lights on campus blew out Monday night giving students anothei excuse not to study The fiist time , November 20 th , the cause was a fiic in an clcetiic powci box ncai llailisbuig Pike Powci to the campus was out foi appioximately two hnuis Short Circuit The cause of the fiie was appaiently a shoit-cncuit biought about by a penning lain _According to Clayton Blev-ins , superintendent of buildmgs and giounds , a fallen powei line on Race \ venue caused the power _failuu last Monday This was piobably the lcsult of stiong winds Blevins emphasized that in both power faihncs , the College has not been at fault Most of the students on campus _wcie able to see enough to move aiound , however , because of cmeis ; ency gcneiatois in each of the buildings Haiold Cherashorc , Class of 1968 . suggested that _ceitam study aieas should have then own full power supplies , in case this happens again He po...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

Wrestling ! Live From New York F and M vs . Columbia SATURDAY NIGHT AT 8 P . M . ON WWFM

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

I Sunday Chapel : essor Robert W . Duke of tIlf _Lancaster Theological Semi- | a will be the speaker at the _i hlu y chapel service to be held I a - a . ai . j topic will be The Hidden Go

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 4 December 1964

Football Follies ; or , Don t Be Blue Anymo e by the REPORTER STAFF Act I Scene 1 ( We are at the Johns Hopkins away game Several F and M students are gathered in a circle before the kickoff . They are discussing the past football record . ) ( To the tune of Tom Dooley ) 1 st student : 2 nd student : Hang down your head , Johns Hopkins Hang clown your head and cry 3 rd student : We won the first game last year 4 th student : And again youre gonna die 1 Together : Hang down your heads , boys , Hang down your heads and cry—Give up the game boys _. Again youre gonna die 3 id student Reckon bout this time next -week When Swarthmore mauls the Blue The only thing well cherish Was rolling over you . . Tcgethei : Thank you , Johns Hopkins We won t be 0 and 8 Dont feel bad , Hopkins Next week well shaic your fate Scene 2 ( We are at Swarthmore the following week F and M has won The crowds are dispersing ) ( To the tune of Rock Around the Clock ) 1 st student : Touchdown , touchdown , touchdo...

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N . Y . Group To Perform Here In 'Desire Under the Elms ' [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

N . Y . Group To Perform Here In Desire Under the Elms By MEL SHANDLER _Desite _Undci the Elms , Eugene ONeill s monumental diama . will be piescntcd Thuisda \ and Fndav evenings at 8 30 in Hensd Hall . Sponsoied by the Green Room Club , the play will be perfoimcd by the _Cuclc in the Square company _, a g 1011 ) 5 of professional actors fiom New York City Fiist pei formed in 1924 , Dc5 ii c Undci the Elms is basically concerned with Ephnam Cabot , a tyianmcal father of three ; tiong sons , and the Cabot famih s _plunge to tragedy when the _fathci matnes a young and atU active wife Fourth National Tour Now in the process of making its foiuth national tour , Cncle in the Square will perform in thirty cities _throughout the United States and Canada This _pioduction of Desire Under the Elms opened in New York in 1963 , stalling Colleen Dewhuist and George C Scott It ran for ovet 380 performances and is the third in a cycle of ONeill plays , the other two being The Iceman Cometh which m...

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'Apathetic Consumers Dangerous 9 — Wallich [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

Apathetic Consumers Dangerous 9 — Wallich By CLARK SILVER Di Henry Wallich gave warning of _increasing dangcis to American fieedoin _through the apathy of consumcis Thuisdav night at the third Topics lectuie in Hcnscl Hall . Wallich , piofessoi of economics at Yale Univeisity and a leading authority on _tiade _, stressed the point that the people who want iieedom aie principally pioduceis He said that a _fiee economy is one kev , to piotcctmg oui fiee I dom I Mainstay If we did not have a free ; economy , ( if ) the government wcic ) running the economy , the government would have a vastly greater array o ( powers over all of us than it has toil day If the government did all the hiring and firing in the economy , who would have the courage to gauge opposition to the party ( in ) office ? He went on to say that a free economy is one of our mainstays against a dictatorship Wallich further stated that tariffs Dr . jHenry Wallich aic an _infungement of the consumers nghts to spend his m...

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Pi Gamma Mu To Tap Sixteen ; Levitt To Speak at Luncheon [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

Pi Gamma Mu To Tap Sixteen ; Levitt To Speak at Luncheon Pcnnsvlv ania Mu Chaptci of Pi Gamma Mu National Social Sc ence Hcnoi Society will induct sixteen new menibcis tonight at a dinner at the Roval House held in con | unction with the History Club Judge Albeit Levitt Judge Vlbeil Levitt , one of the nation s most distinguished ) _inists and specialist in mtcrnatio enuiiLiit LMidei fne piLMdenual < idmnustiatois , will be the guest speakei His topic _w ill be Thomas ] effeison and the Conservative Movement The inductees include sc \ en semois and nine juniois They are Joseph Doheity , _Vithui Haines Wan en Humpluevs , Richaid McMhstei La . wicncc Raithaus Ja > Rose , Henrv Shields , Class of 65 Philip - \ dams , Timothy \ imbrustcr , Richaid Buit , James Bush , _Kuit Kiugci , Geiald Le _\ ine , Maic Silbcrt , Mclrin Thomas , David Thome , Class of 66 Requirements To be eligible foi membeislup in Pi Gamma Mu a _senioi must have an oveiall B aveiage in the soci...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

Brubaker To Speak At Next S-F Forum Piofessor Edwaid Biubakei will present the next Student Faculty Forum His talk is titled The Tioumle With These Forums The piogram will be held in the Gieen Room at 11 a in Thuisday Brubaker is an associate professor of English and Dnector of the Gieen Room Theatre PiobJem Theie is a great pioblem with education , Biubakei feels , not only at F and M and other colleges , but also on all levels of formal education Its problem is that our educational system only exercises the muscles of the biain . and it thcrcfoie turns its subjects , into brainbound beings , some kind of cripple , as Buibaker puts it Exeicising on only the biain leaves a gap in the process of man s learning This gap occurs as the othei capacities of man aie not developed trained , or disciplined These capabilities , the physical and emotional aspects of the chaiacter of the individual , education does little to de- \ elop Non-Lingual Knowledge Fuitheimoie . _ivhat we aic educated ...

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Dr . James Barr To Lecture On Religion In Green Room [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

Dr . James Barr To Lecture On Religion In Green Room A biblical scholai who has gained wide lecogmtion for his woik in receni movements to tefashion the tools and models of Biblical scholai ship by a radical questioning of yesterday s scholarly ceitamties will piesent two lectuies at F and M today Dr . James Bair . William Henrv Gieen . _Piofessoi of Old Testament Literature at Princeton Theological Seminar } , uil bc the tnird speakei this year in the College s Lectuies in Religion series Two Lectures Today Dr Ban will present two lectuies in the Gieen Room on campus , speaking at 11 am on The Stoiy of David as a Tragic Drama , and at 4 : 15 pm on Scepticism and the Way of Faith—the Story of Job Di Ban has been at Pnnceton since 1961 , coming there from the University of Edinburgh , where he had held the chair of Old Testament Liteiatuic and Theology since 1955 Long intel estcd in the pioblems of Jewish-Christian lelations , Di Bair went to Isiael in 1951 to serve as mmistei of the...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

I-F Council Forms Two Committees ; , Seeks Entertainers In lesponse to a plea by Rich Sandlei , the IFC moved to establish twe committees to look into fiateinity affaiis The fust was a puichasmg committee _, foimed to investigate the possibilities of buying various necessities in bulk foi the whole fraternity system in ordei to leceivc Iaigei discounts Each house buys individually now The committee is made up of Ron Shaljian and Paul Brainard Study Of Finances The second committee will studv the financial pioblems of the houses and attempt to suggest measuies for bettci financial mangement This : ommittce is made up of Tom Gipion , chairman Walt Henderson , Dave Holhngton . Jeff Lamia , Gnei Marks , md Ed LoebJ . In othci business the IT voted to altei the intramural point system One point will be av \ aided foi each man on a varsity sport , it is hoped that this will add incentive to the joining of vaisity spoits It has been felt that previously intramurals have taken manv would-be...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

Dorm Counselors Applications for dormitory counselors are now available in the office of the Director of Residence Halls ( 800 Schnader Hall ) . All students interested should complete ihe application and return it to Mr Plummer s office by January 8 .

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Wallich Operates on 'Freedom ' - Discusses England ' s Rate Hike [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

Wallich Operates on Freedom - Discusses England s Rate Hike By GORDON PRAGER Though Henry C . Wallich has been characterized as a conservative economist , he is not as far from the fundamentals that students have gleaned from our somewhat liberal economics department Moreover , the freedom he spoke of in last Thursday s Topics lecture was not delivered in the same hard-hitting unyielding force as one would expect to find in a Goldwater economist This , surely , he is not . One of the major faults of his critics , in fact , is equating conservative economics with conservatism as expoused by the recent runner-up in the November elections . Interview In a short post-lecture interview , Wallich answered several questions , some in line with his lecture , one dealing with England s recent raising of the discount rate ( called the bank rate in England ) from five to seven per cent This was designed to help turn back the tide of economic crisis in relation to the value of the pound sterlin...

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Study Center Established To Aid Lancaster Students [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

Study Center Established To Aid Lancaster Students A quiet place where its possible to concentrate on homework assign ments , and where adult encouragement is available , may make a rea difference between success or failure m school . Robert N Taylor , Jr , chaplain says this is the basic reason for the establishment of a new study centei which , beginning tomorrow , will be opened for students in grades four through twelve of the Lancaster schools Taylor As Coordinator Wnth Taylor serving as project coordinator , 21 students and one faculty member from F and M will man the new study center on a regular daily basis , Monday thiough Thursday , throughout the school year The Trinity Lutheran Church parish house , at 31 S Duke Street , Lancaster , will be used as headquarters Tor the study center The center is being established as part of a tutonal _pioject initiated a the college last year Since the Project s inception ioni 50 F and M students ha \ c _paiticrpiui in special tutoring p...

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Anouilh Treats _Growiru Up Differently In All His VV jrks [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

Anouilh Treats _Growiru Up Differently In All His VV jrks By DICK KNEEDLER Some authors write all their plays about different subjects and always produce the same play Anouilh has written all his plays about one subject—growing up—and they are all diffeient In the final event of the falls Writer of the Semester Program , which has studied the work of French playwright Jean Anouilh this term , Prof Charles J . G Mayaud of the department of French spoke last Thursday on the concept of maturation m Anouilh _ s plays Existentialist Beginning with the statement Anouilh is , of course , an existentialist , for he belogs to the generation of existentialism , Mayaud went on to indicate that the playwright s fundamental interest is ocnsistently in the older person who realizes that he has giown up Mayaud illustrated this with the character in Thieves Carnival , Waltz of the Toreadors and Becket who suddenly become aware that they have grown old but that they have failed to become what they o...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

Student Congratulates Dr . Appel , AMA Head To the Editors : I wish to be among the first to offer my most sincere congratulations to Di James Z Appel on his well deserved election to the presidency of the American Medical Association Here at Franklin and Marshall we have long known , and experienced die benefits of , Dr Appel s deep and untying devotion to public service . Dr Appel ran strictly on his record , a record of which he could be justly proud His range of accomplishments runs all the way from private consultation with individuals , to action on the international scene as one of our _country s delegates to the World Health Oragnization for the past two years . ¦ _i Unprecedented Opportunity In his capacity as a national leader , Dr . Appel has an unprecedented op Letters to the Editors portunity to serve his fellow man , as well as his profession One would devoutly pray and fervently hope that Dr _A . ppel will address himself to what many will say is the leading health pr...

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