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

\ M 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 Silbert Gordon Prager Peter Keers Photography Editor Copy Editor Business Manager Bruce Vhelton Robert Scverling Peter Levitin Features : Elic _* Kanhoe , Assistant Editor , Dick Schubert and Steve Singer , Special Staff , Dave Hval , Rick Owen , Tom Phillips , Gerald Pallor , and John Spence . News : Tom Morns and Richard Signer , Assistant Editors , Ron Goldstein , Richard Hoffman , Charles Mergentime , Richard Schrot , Mel Shandler , Clark Silver , Larry Bank , P...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
: _| D plomats Fall On Mats IT } Columbia Wrestlers [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

: _| D plomats Fall On Mats IT } Columbia Wrestlers < ~ oach Roy Phillips will be sending his Diplomat uiestlcrs ia < _Tj > t Haivard on Satuiday in an attempt to compensate foi the § 17- ) setback suffeied aJL the hands of Columbia in the campaign Inai -aial on December 5 % _Tnc match , a Maysei Gymnasium % & 3 Xi will be starting at 8 : 30 pm _4 ftei _-ne ycailings have hosted York _Sjunioi College In bo \ ong to Columbia , F and M _Jrcrentcl winning performances from Saul Shimansky _, Paul Martin , Tcrfy iHrr , t ( . nei and Bill Schneiderman I Shimansky Records Pin I After a 123-pounder Mike Wood fhad been _pimicd by Lion captain Amlold Lessei at 5 09 of their match , Sau _^ IShimansky put F and M ahead foi fthe ° ty tlmc m _the evening when he _fdispatched Dave Mayer after being Ion the mats only 2 30 I Columbia s Lou Locasoio then dejcisioncd sophomore Bill Tioop by a , 6-3 count in 137-pound action befoic j ll 7-pounder Chuck Chnst...

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Three Undefeated Teams Pace I-F Court Circuit [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

Three Undefeated Teams Pace I-F Court Circuit Flashing the powei uhich enabled them to captuie the I-F basketball championship two years ago Phi Sig topped Phi Kap , 43-32 , befoie 10 IImg to a 72-38 victory over Kappa Sig m the opening week of play In u inning then second contest , Pin Sig showed unusual balance as Lanv Giaham Steve Hall , and Bob _Saelans chipped in 18 , 16 , and 15 points lespectively Lambda Chi Wins Twice \ lso off to a quick stait v \ eie last veai s runnciup Lambda Chi , victois o \ ci Delta Sig ( 40-35 ) and Pin Kap ( 5 i-38 ) in then initial tilts Pacing the victorv ovei Phi Kap ucie Dave Boucher and Gcny Scioielli who combined foi 33 points 1 he thud club to win its fust two games ZBT was spaiked to tinunphs o \ ci Phi Psi ( 68-23 ) and Sig Pi ( 17-26 ) by the hot shooting hands of Jim Weinei and Maik Leffcnfeld Weinei tallied 34 points in the rJub s two victoues Tinning in the highest point total ol the week was the Chi Phi quintet u-luch tiounced Phi Psi ...

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Yearlings Top Lion Matmen [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

Yearlings Top Lion Matmen By FRANK WINSLOW \ 17-2 caicci coaching _iccoid went on the line last Satuiday as Coach Bob Gotchell s frosh urestleis opened up then mtei collegiate carecis bv tiouncing Columbia by a 27-6 count Seeking to maintain the standaid of _excellence set by the giappleis sudi as Saul Shimansky , Dave Donovan , Terry Hostettei , George Cormeny , and Lew Zemsky over the last tv \ o vtais the Diplomats moved into the lead at the stait of the meet and held it the rest of the vvay Bartlett Opens Action Starting the season off in a conunemg mannei , 123-pounder Cail Baitlctt pinned Columbias Jell 01- > ten to open up the action F and M s Ed Gillers quickly pmned Mel Davis at 1 29 of their 130pound match befoie 137-poundei Jan Lookenbill diopped a 6-4 decision to the Lions Dave Mayer Sinatia Makes Debut 147-pounder Steve Sinatia then topped Columbia s Nick Vivian in an exciting encounter , and the Diplomats Jim Kauffman put F and M well ahead by registeung a 7...

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

; All-State Football Squad } FIRST TEAM End-Tom MUchell . Bucknell 6 2 210 Jr Conshohocken Pa End-Bud Yost , Penn State 5 11 205 Sr _tackHcven _Pc ladle—John S _. mko , Penn State 6-3 _245 Sr _Ambridge , Pa _e _» a _^ viii - ~ 6 _>? is ; _%% r _%% Guard-Glln Ressler , Penn State 6 2 230 Sr _Dornsite , Pa Center—Jim Scagliotti , East Stroudsburg 5 9 201 Jr _Jessup , Pa Back-Gary Wydman , Penn State 6 1 1 B 0 Sr _S ° T 9 Pn Back-Ken _Snyder , Gettysburg 5 11 180 Sr _^ f he _/ . - P ° Bock-Jer _^ _Preschutt _., Temple 5 10 170 Sr Peckv _. lle , Pa Back—Frank _Hershey , Penn State 6 1 190 Sr _tancaster , Pa SECOND TEAM THIRD TEAM • Jo , Pascal . t 0 ck Haven E Bill Huber , Penn State Joe _Bcllisimo , Indiana E Bob Gary _Waynesburg Don Bradley , _Califwnia T John D _. ebert , Penn State _4 » rry Diebler , Westminster T Ron tinaburp , Pit Warty Schottenh . mer , P . tt G Ron Brentzel , Gettysburg > y Hedenberg , E Stroudsbutg G M , ke _Strofohno _Villanova Paul Cerce...

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_Fropp Equals Swim Record [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

_Fropp Equals Swim Record By ALAN COHEN With Walt Tiopp pacing the field in the 50 and 100-yaid fieestyle events \ _shvle tvmg Joe Biophys pool lecoid in the fonnei . F and M _ s ficshman swimmers legistcied a 54-37 tiiumph o \ ci _Delaware when they opened up the campaign on Satuiday Turning in a 23 second clocking in the shoitcst fieestyle e \ cnt . Tiopps pcifounance highlighted a meet which saw Diplomats captmc first place in seven of eleven events Onlv a disqualification in the 400-yaid medley lelay kept the total fioin being even bighei Dip Winners Abound In addition to Tiopp . F and M mcimen v \ ho were victorious included Noun Ream ( 200-yaid _fieestvle ) . Dick Speai ( 200-yaid medley ) . John Stehman ( 200-yaid backstioke ) , Baid Jones ( 200-vaid bieaststioke ) _, and Dave Bicuei ( 200- > aid _butteiflv ) The fiosh will nc _\ t face Temple in a home meet at 2 p m this Saturday The club will then be idle until the second scmestei when it vwl ] be facing Dic \ el...

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

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

TUBE Meet Saturday BEAT OREGON STATE riETZ TUBE ZANGARI I _j PIZZERIA I _iOME MADE PJZZA I VARIETY OF SUBS I Open Seven Days i Phone : 397-9101 I 323 West Lemon

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

ZIMMERMAN RESTAURANT GOOD HOME COOKING Corner of Orange and N . Queen Bowl at Lancaster Lanes 1266 Lititz Pike Before 6 P . M . 35 c per game 15 c for shoes 3 games for $ 1 . 00 after midnight Open 24 hours

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HOFFMAN TOPS BREASTROKE MARK Winter Slate Opens _Action [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

HOFFMAN TOPS BREASTROKE MARK Winter Slate Opens _Action Cagers Break Losing Streak By PETE KEERS Chuck Winsor was having his pioblems a year ago , but things are looking up for the varsity basketball coach and his squad after the Diplomats snapped their 18-game losing streak and came within a point of topping one of the MAC Northern Division s top court powers in their first two contests of the 1964-65 campaign Rebounding from a 33-23 halftone deficit , the Diplomats stormed back to clip Swaritmore an a 65-63 decision on the Garnet home court on Wednesday before dropping a 57-56 overtime encounter to Juniata in Mayser Gymnasium three days later Face Albright Tonight This evening F and M -will be host ¬ ing Albright m an 8 30 encounter In recording their first win since a 96-70 trouncing of Western Maryland on December 9 , 1963 , the Diplomats were paced by the sharpshooting of Fred Wert who tallied all but three of his 24 points during the second half of play . With two minutes rema...

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

Diplomats _? in Swim Opener By MARK SKLA _, / Spurred on by a decs \ utorx in the 400 yard medley icl i I ami _^ jumped off to a 7-0 lead me ] , 1 ( Hl relinquished it as they ioVhI to a % 39 win o \ ei Dclavaic at Kukimlul Pool Hoppnei Wins Backsdokc Co-captam Nick Hoppn < _i _^ ) u _^ capacity crowd us biggest tin ill of _tlu clay when the t \\ _o-umi . M \( . r ! UI 11 . pion turned the 200-yaid hackstioke course m the bla / ing Unit of 2 19 8 The Diplomats won sc \ cn of the 11 events as sophomoic Tun \ loise fol lowed th e medley team fjv iliuining home in front of _Delawau s Kck \ Blown and Gary _Henduson in the 200-yaid fieestylc Ed Johnson ga \ c the llms then first winner as he mack j _bullian comeback to nose out Tas W _. ilkoi oi Fianklin and Maishall in the _ l ) 0- \ ai 1 individual medley and set , i pool k coid of 2 20 1 Walko \ _wmmmie • this event foi the fust tune um _ c meet conditions , giabbid tin mK lead and mcicased it to as ninth i a body length du...

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Frosh Team Tops Indians [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

Frosh Team Tops Indians By ED RUBINSTEIN Rebounding from a 63-62 setback at the hands of York Junior College on Thursday evening , Coach Chuck Taylor s freshman cagers came back on Satuiday to crush Jumata s yearlings in an 81-55 encounter . With Ned Russell dominating the action under the boards and Mike Allebach directing the squad from the outside , F and M raced to a 34-22 lead by halftime Displaying an unusually well-bal-anced attack and fine depth as Taylor substituted freely , the Diplomats ran their lead up to as many as 29 points en route to the victory . Frankfort Scores 14 Kim Frankfort paced the fiosh with 14 markers while Russell hauled down a game high of 17 lebounds Two days earlier , a pair of free throws by Russell had deadlocked the contest at York with only 19 seconds lemaimng of regulation play , thereby forcing the game into overtime York Strikes Quickly York jumped out to a 10-0 lead early in the meeting , however with Russell pacing the way the Diplomats held ...

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PETE KEERS , , _„ . Sports Scope [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 December 1964

PETE KEERS , _„_ , _„ . Sports Scope The seasons have changed , but the records continued to fall and the honors _^ ere still pouring in as F and M athletes opened up the 1964-65 winter sports season this week ____________ On Thursday , hS ____^ H _^_ BB m what served as BH _^ HI — _flH _^ HHS a fine pi elude to _j _^ _HniyiJiHffi | the approaching i _^^ liiPiiIiSSlil l e S ) _diplomat ____ _0 H ____ Murono was tabJS _|^^^ 2 _^^^ S bed for Pcr . nsjlHHHHkjHflHB vania s All - State PeteKeers Third Team , Sports Editor trailing only Penn State s Gaiy Wydman and Gettysburg s Jim Ward in the balloting Adding further sparkle to the achievement -was the fact that Pitt s ace signal caller Fred Mazurek , a Sport Magazine Second Team AllAmencan in pre-selections , received only honorable mention Two days later , Al Holbrook s college record for the 200-yard bi eaststroke went by the boards when John Hoffman turned a 2 : 32 . 5 clocking foi this event . And in the evening , the banner perform...

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

Hockey Squad To Face Lehigh On Saturday Seeking to move into the victory column after having dropped consecutive matches to Penn and Princeton , F and M s hockey team will he journeying to Allentown on Saturday for a meeting with Lehigh in its first league match . Skating with a veteran crew , Coach Ken Smith s squad can call upon the services of Jim Park , Don Cleveland , Clint Crane and Sandy Crane on the front line with a pair of promising freshmen , Mike Van Beuren and Bob Dennis also on hand . At the defensive slots , F and M will have juniors Skects Dunn and Ken Heim with Fran Mutti in reserve and Neil Young in the goal Having made only five excursions to Hershcy for pre-season _piactice , the skaters fell prey to a well-dulled Penn club by an 8-2 maigin in their opening contest . Penn opened the scoring at 14 : 50 of the initial period as the Quakers first line center Ned Robbins beat Young on a 20-foot slap shot . In the second stan _/ a Penns DaTlell McKay scored twice befo...

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Conduct Committee Acts on Nine Cases [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964

Conduct Committee Acts on Nine Cases By PAUL EISENBERG In three recent meetings the College Committee on Student Conduct ( CCSC ) has decided nine cases . As a lesult _, fi \ e fieshmen were placed on disciplinary probation until the end of the current semestei for drinking in College _lesidence halls . A reprimand _^ as gnen to another fieshman for violating the curfew foi _women guests in lesidence halls . Another junioi was placed on disciplinary probation until the end of the academic yeai loi violation of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Law . Juniors Suspended As a result two juniois weie suspended foi the rcmaindci ol the academic yeai foi dcstiuction of public piopcrty According to Dean Hadley S DePu _> , who scr \ es as the nonvoting chanman of the CCSC , an imposition of a penalty on a student serves two puiposes thcic must be letnbution to the community for the act and equally as important [ it must bej a means Library Book Loss Stirs Controversy By LARRY BANK L...

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iFour Frosh Execute Petition Hoax jTo Demonstrate Student Apathy [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964

iFour Frosh Execute Petition Hoax jTo Demonstrate Student Apathy I Marvin L Adams will not be secJietary of the class of 68 He docsn i _fcxist He came close to being elected I though I Last week , four fieshmen dccidcc I to show the apathy of the student : ftouard the election by cnculating I a petition for Adams foi the up- ! coming class elections They made posters for him anc I talked his candidacy up among fellow students , and they believed that I liad they not been found out , he ivsould have polled a good percentage of the votes 3 Not To Elect Him _i it wasn t our purpose to get him ( elected , commented Cliff Buck , one of the hoaxers , but I think he w ould j have _vv on j When asked what piompted them I to attempt to perpetuate the hoax , ( Buck explained , It all stemmed fiom iiny observation of the dissatisfaction of the freshman class to the attitude ¦ o f Student Council to its elections Onginator of the plot was Giant , M Skcrlec , who noted that their point would hav...

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Appel Lecturer States UN ' s Plan ' s Best Hope for Peace [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964

Appel Lecturer States UN s Plan s Best Hope for Peace By DICK SCHUBERT 1 he United Nations is the greatest hope man has of achieving a _world-vwdc peace On this note , Di Fiancis O _Wilcox , dean of the School of Advanced International Studies in Washington , and a noted _authonty on the United Nations , opened _thf thuty-fifth annual Appcl Lecture in UliiscI Hall . December 7 Criticism He opened by commenting that the United Nations has been subject to some lathci scveic ciiticism <\ . mcucan leftists , he said , claim that the U N does not have enough pouei , while Hghtists feel it has too much powei Wilcox _personally feels that tc basic pioblem of the UN is that this organization has not been given enough powci to enable it to do the job it is expected to do He staled that the simple fact is that , until the nations of the v \ oriel aic willing to suuendei a little moic of then ciuthoiil _) to the United Nations , it can ncvci leally come to grips with the fundamental...

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