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Delegates Attend Convention [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964
Delegates Attend Convention Of Associated By MEL SHANDLER The fust national convention ol the Associated Student Governments of the United States of America was held November 25-29 at the Univeisity of Oklahoma Lany Raithau ; and Don Kamcns represented F and M at the conclave The convention was devoted to establishing a peimanent constitution to leplace the organization s present mtciini one The document will go into effect as soon as two-thirds of the membeis ratify it Rules Agreed On Standing rules foi the convention were also decided upon It was agieed that though both four-ycai schools and two-yeai schools could belong to ASGUSA , only four-yeai schools would be allowed to vote The twoyear colleges would be affiliate mcmbcis , and would be allowed only to sit m on meetings , discussions , and senunais , contributing to them but not voting Freshinan council membei Don Ka Student Govts . mens attended the Honoi Systems and Campus Election Systems scminais Since many of the members...
_EDITORIALS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964
_EDITORIALS Yeah , Adulthood ! Professor Mayaud stated last week in a lecture that he feels that Americans are maturing young these days . We hope that no more of Jean Anouilh s plays are presented here for awhile , since they depend for their effect on the adult outlook of the audience . We doubt that very many on campus are presently equipped to enjoy this type of theatre . We used to complain that students here were apathetic , silent masses who rarely came out from behind their books except to go home or eat a meal . This problem no longer exists We have watched with increasing dismay during the past few days as incident after incident has helped to form a picture of the grossest sort of student immaturity that exists on this campus . Once we had thought that F and M was a college . Evidently we were wrong about this . As everyone on campus knows , there have been numerous incidents—disappearing trees , broken radio antennas , and shooting at a dormitory bathroom window w _. iTh...
Mike Yaggy - _/ r _^ r' _^^^ r _^ ' _^ _zrxy , _—rcr ~ :,:,: r _'czzr ' • :,:. _r ~ , :.:: lk . z , _v I The New Challenge : Liberal Republicanism [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964
Mike Yaggy - _/ r _^ r _^^^ r _^ _^ _zrxy , _—rcr ~ :,:,: r _czzr • :,:. _r ~ , :.:: lk . z , _v I The New Challenge : \ Liberal Republicanism The following is a guest article written by Gerald E . Marcus , 66 Mike Yaggy will resume his regular column January 8 , 1965 . By GERALD E . MARCUS With the depression , America entered a new era oi class politics . The working man had been thrown out oi his job , the good times had come to an end and he blamed it all on the irresponsible and devious policies of the Hoover administration This was an irrational accusation and a statement of only half truth Nevertheless , these feelings of biterness and the problem of scarcity and poverty brought the Democratic party and Franklin D Roosevelt into power The resolution of that economic and social problem through the New Deal and other social legislation has it could be said , kept the Democratic party a strong one until this very day . Every common man , every individual who labored flocked to t...
Letters to the Editors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964
Letters to the Editors An Inquiry From Brookman To the Editors : Childe Gordon to the Weekly came Before It changed its august name . He since has written tomes and tome ; Of parodies and pseudo-poems . While I approve of parody , Theres just one thing that bother ; me : For Gordon has a minor crime—He has no rhythm n can t write rhyme I never cease to be amazed When songs that Gordon s paraphrased By some outrageous natral quirk Resemble the ongnal work An axeman not unlike Liz Borden ( The rhythm method s not for Gordon ) He chops the poem in manner crude , Dismembers it and leaves it nude , Devoid of rhyme , devoid of sense , No rhythm as a recompense , And then this Childe with great aplomb Presents us with a comic bomb Designed to cause the bards to weep , This lesser man , it put to sleep Delegates Attend ASGUSA Meeting ( Continued from Page 1 ) tirely composed of student councils . it does not delve into politics of any sort , pertaining to either one specific school or sever...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964
Petition Hoax ( Continued fiom Pas ; c 1 ) Boidon , the fouitli incmhc i ol the gioup , declared that thc \ « anted to point out dramatically that stuck radon t think before they \ oti and they should Students sii _? n petitions as they did in this rase , without knowing the petitioner , and he \ pio cced to vote for candidates without knowing \\ r ho they aic All foui had suggestions as lo hou they would _improve the clei lions pm ccdure to avoid _jrresponsihli _voiine There should be a class inettms whcie all of the candidates loi all tin offices get to speak , Boidon fell Personally , I would tul out the petition itself , he added Nominations From _Mctlins Skeriec obsened that nominations could come from an all-t 1 is-, i _ 11 _ 1 instead If you continue to use petition . Duck believes that e i . h i _* N &gt; n should be allowed to sum _onh one for each office _available They all thought th . the I &lt; r PORTER S idea of mtcn * . wng _«» didates foi office was ....
iTom Parker < » : ~~ , r . rrr . m , „ .. „ , „ ,, , „„ , _„ I New Republican Direction I Will Be Broader Based [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964
iTom Parker &lt; » : ~~ , r . rrr . m , „ .. „ , „ ,, , „„ , _„ I New Republican Direction I Will Be Broader Based &lt; It now appears that Dean Burch , national Repub fhcan Committee Chairman , wiJl be piessured into resigning his post As had been expected , a stiongly worded statement was produced by the Republican Govcrnois ! Conference in Denvei In this statement Burch was not mentioned by name , but many parts of the statement chaftcd by Governoi William Scranton aic seen as a _Idncct lefeience to Burch The eighteen Republican Governors called foi positi \ c action in their statement We slionglv lccoinnund ( to the national committee that in determining its Icadci- ; ship at the forthcoming meeting in January , it adopt , _Iciderohip which cleaily represents a bioad view of Republicanism and practices a policy of inclusion , lathei than exclusion Impatient Governois The Republican Governors aie impatient foi some definite action as fifteen of the eighteen govcin...
Student Addresses ROTC About Combat Leadership [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964
Student Addresses ROTC About Combat Leadership JL Colonel Robert T MacDonald , a he still needs the officer to motivate student at the U S Army Wai College at Carlisle . Pennsylvania , addressed the _AFROTC detachment on combat leadership Monday in leadership lab A veteran of both Koiea and the Second World War in both infantiy and parachute opeiations , MacDonald emphasized the fact that the U S soldier today is better tiaincd , equipped , Colonel MacDonald and moie intelligent than any othei scklici in the woild Examples In the couisc of his talk , the Colonel ga \ e se \ eial examples from his own experience whcie he has seer enlisted men act on then own mitiati \ c in cc nbat and sa \ e a bad situation The U S soldier is still the basc novel in the armv he said , bill him Only if he has someone whorr he respects leading him , will a soldier perform his best Besides his combat assignments . Colonel MacDonald has ser \ ed in the Office of the Chief of Research and Development as t...
F&M Cagers Bow to Albright Face Hamilton Squad Tonight [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964
F&amp;M Cagers Bow to Albright Face Hamilton Squad Tonight By PETE KEERS Paced by the sharpshootmg of Skip Jordan and Art King , F and M s varsity basketball squad rebounded from a 44-35 deficit -with 12 . 24 remaining in the game , only to bow to Albright by a 68-64 count in the closing minutes of action The loss maiked the second setback in three contests for the Diplomat cagers who will be hosted by Hamilton this evening before traveling to Hobart tomorrow Jordan Scores With Jordan netting 21 points and King adding 17 , F and M was able to deadlock the score at 50-50 with 11 : 07 showing on the clock before Albright spurted to a 61-57 lead fi \ e minutes latei Backcourt aces Andy Kudnck and Bob Klahr topped the scoring parade foi Coach Will Renken s victorious quintet with 23 and 22 points respectively Taking a 10-5 lead by virtue of the outside shooting of Jordan , George Nier , and Fred Wert during the opening moments of action , the Diplomats trailed Albright 38-33 at ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964
_wfijflmjl Good intentions Once youve finished typing that term paper , you mean to write home . But be honest—will you do it ? We recommend a phone call . It s quick and inexpensive ... and the folks would dearly love to hear your voice . y The Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania I
Frosh Quintet Shines [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964
Frosh Quintet Shines With George Dreisbach registering a 21 point performance , F and Ms fieshmen cagers soundly defeated Albright s yearlings , 81-60 , Tuesday Dreisbach connected on six field goals and nine foul shots in twelve attempts to pace an otherwise balanced attack . Chuck Taylor s contingent drew out to a 17-6 lead with 12 51 remaining in the half and _extenuul tlmi cde to 24-9 at the 9 4 0 maik \ t the ir termission the junioi Diplomats hi a commanding 42-22 _advantage Most of the early sconni ; ramo n corner jump shots by fornaid Die Distel Bob Kudelko also _uintiibutt to the early lout with suual dmii lay-ups Following the half-time Imak V bright whittled the Diplomat lead i _49-35 but they could roim no dmu An Albright full-couit puss stumu the yearlings dining this _stiitih bu led by Drcisb ? ch s _shooting thi Dip lomats upped the count to hi ) -1 _J wit _fl 31 remaining in the _yann 1 w that point the contest was ill do . w lull foi the Big BIul Bac ing up Die sbac...