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ZANGARI PIZZERIA [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964

ZANGARI PIZZERIA HOME MADE PIZZA VARIETY OF SUBS Open Seven Days Phone : 397-9101 323 West Lemon

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
'Communist-Inspired'Riots Bring J _ ew Mass Arrests at Berkeley [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964

Communist-InspiredRiots Bring \ J _\ ew Mass Arrests at Berkeley I The following release u of paiticular interest in that once mote the Berkeley section of the University of California has come to the forefiont of the news Recently , so-called Communist inspired riots have torn the campus ; In one sit-in , about eight hundred people , only half of whom weie enrolled in the university , staged a sit-in in the administration budding and were locked inside for the night when they refused to move Pobce came the next morning to remove them _, i BERKELEY ( CPS)—The mass airests of students at the Univcisity of California s Berkeley campus has pieapitatcd a vaned _rcactian throughout California and across the nation—most of it outraged . In California , some members of the state legislature called for an official lmestigation of the university and the demonstrators , while others have expicsscd approval of the goals of the demonstration Resolutions I \ meeting of univeisity faculty members...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Pitt by a Landslide : New Registrations [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964

Pitt by a Landslide : New Registrations ( Continued from Page 6 ) of what would happen in the citv throughout the registration drive EdDean Wilcox ( Continued from Page 1 ) them more than unite them in the long run Wilcox repeatedly emphasized the impoitance of the new sovereign states and their iole in the United Nations He maintained that if the new nations have the couiage of then convictions . and will suppoit the principles of the chartei , I think they have a splendid chance of making an important contribution to the cause of peace Di Wilcox then ducctcd his attention to the _cunent failuic of the Soviet Union to meet its reqiuied financial obligations to the U N Picsently , Russia owes about 54 million dollais . The Russians justify their icfusal to pay on the giounds that they are not lcquned to support the U N operations in either the Congo oi Viet Nam Wilcox believes that we should give the Soviet Union eveiy chance to pay up , but if they don t , they should lose their Ge...

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_( . ec turer Barr Treats Bible Portions n New , Different Literary Approach [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964

_( . ec turer Barr Treats Bible Portions n New , Different Literary Approach ( Continued from Page 6 ) Bair began the second lecture by askig Why is Job such a good book ? here have been many criticisms of ie book , all of which have given the x ) k of Job a high rank among litery works Barr also said that theie e many frustrations in the study of _} b , an example of which is that the roblem facing Job is not solved by ie end of the book What is this problem that faces bb The traditional ansuci is that it the suffering of the innocent I am : ally not satisfied with the idea of i iffenng _, says Barr Job contends mat he is innocent and waits to find the answer to his suffering It is not Until he gets into an argument with his friends that the real problem picIcnts itself . Problem is Language I Barr contends that the real problem of Job is that of language Barr says that there is no ideological problem nor is theie a problem in culture The pioblem is that none of the men are able to...

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( & tnk ( _JSlntnmgs [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964

( & tnk ( _JSlntnmgs ZBT—Congratulations to new bioth- [ decorating the Christmas tiec Hovi ers Klein returns to take up residence in the basement Scotch is now a member of the F and M Coffee Shop set Congrats to Peter C . on his engagement to Susie S Duber - - - about the ring un Leshy s nose . Beinie is labeled aggressive by SSAGI . CHI PHI — Congratulations to the new house officers : Dennv Buchan , President , Mike Yaggy _, Vice-Presi-dent , and Bob Savvers , house managei Despite his Goldwatei tactics on election day , Bob Bean was reelected Pete Rickei s party was a big success New Rum-Dum uniforms should be here aftci a whirlwind sea ¬ son . PHI SIG—Good luck to pledges Gold and Proul in their coming construction week Here s to a good wrestling season for captain Shimansky , brothei Wood , and John Tayloi Jim Pratt has just joined the Arnboy Dukes—a division of the Wheatland diner -warriors Thanks foi a good job in the kitchen brother Eagle and the Morristow n Mid...

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- 'Sex Is Like One ' s Nose' — 'No General Rule of Conduct [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964

- Sex Is Like One s Nose — No General Rule of Conduct ( Continued from Page 6 ) suit and feels it is just a fashion cycle . On the subject of extia-mantal sex . she relies again on her general thesis of individuality and feels she cannot generalize on conduct or deportment ROCHESTER ( CPS)—The Interfraternity Council at the University of Rochester has passed a lesolution outlawing sex in facilities operated by _membcis of the IFC Intercourse The le solution , specifically prohibits sexual intercourse in any fraternity house or ( non-house ) lounge The resolution adds that the council does not want to legislate on the morality of sexual intercourse , but must prohibit such acts in fraternity houses and lounges because of possible mjuiy to reputations The code , said the student newspaper , the Campus Times , was passed in an attempt to meet the demands of deans foi uniformity in social standards throughout the campus Student opinion varied concerning the university administration s n...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 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 .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964

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

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Bauer Analyzes Condition , Culture of Mexico influ lie [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964

Bauer Analyzes Condition , Culture of Mexico influ \ lie Last year , Lutz Bauer attended stolen ) , dogs among the crowd ( Why can life , actually I think it is even F and M as an exchange student from Germany . He wrote often for the REPORTER and expressed a desire to stay active in journalism Lutz is in the process of working his way back to Germany . He has traveled across the States , into Mexico and is now in Japan Lutz is our foreign correspondent . The following is the first in a series of on-the-spot reports from Lutz By [ LUTZ BAUER The lost Mexican dictator _^ Porofino Diaz , is supposed to have said Poor Mexico—so far from God and so near to the United States . Since that time many things have changed north of the border : a devastating revolution has swept over Mexico drowning the country m a flood oi blood and a new regime , and a new system has emerged with land reforms , nationalized industries and segundad social . But the former quotation in a way still holds Bondag...

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Mayaud : 'Sex Is Like One ' s Nose ; Jeannet : Wo General Conduct Rule [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964

Mayaud : Sex Is Like One s Nose ; Jeannet : Wo General Conduct Rule By RICK OWEN Sex , especially pre-maratal sex , means much more to a woman than it dees to a man , claims Professor Charles Mayaud Sex is like ones nose If it tackles , itch it Pre-mantal sex is in the same vein For a man it is an organ that has to be taken care of and exercised To a man the action is not important Let him engage m it On the other hand , Mayaud feels that a woman should try to find some other way to satisfy herself For a woman , pre-maritaJ sex kills future marital pleasure Love is very important to a woman in such action and if this is not picsent , frigidity may result He also feels that great psy- : hological harm occurs Prostitutes To solve this confusing dilemma of sorts , Mayaud advocates the use of Prof . Mayaud nrr > _pnei rcgu . _ o Mayaud cited the example of 1 rani before WW II where houses ol institution weie fiecly _aiupted at medically checked Never Get _Causjhl Mayaud views...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964

Hart 4 . Pitt by a Landslide : Campaigning for Registrations By BOB SIVERLING August 10 marked the beginning oi the second phase of the campaign , the opening of registration books for new voters This period was to last until September 14 , and would mount steadily in intensity and effort to the last , climactic Monday of registration As the drive opened , the larger part of the city had been fairly well canvassed . There were still , however , large sections of the city that were viigin territory These areas were covered during the last remaining weeks but a push that uncovered a number of unregistered voters Light in Early Part Sometimes as few as ten people would be registered in one day during the first week or two There were no indications of the way registration would eventually run Republicans outnumbered Democrats slightly throughout this time , but neither party had an insuperable lead Special Registrations One of the features of the registration campaign is special registr...

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Barr Treats Bible Parts With Literary Approach [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 11 December 1964

Barr Treats Bible Parts With Literary Approach By TOM PHILLIPS The third presentation in the _Relr gion Leoture series got off to a fairly slow start Tuesday , but after a hes itant beginning , Dr James Barr presented the most interesting lecture tc date . Barr began by saying , I want tc attempt a literary approach to these two portions of the Bible The tw c segments of the Bible that he refenec to were the topics of the lectures , The Story of David as Tragic Drama ( as presented in Samuel I and II ) and Skepticism and the Way oi Faith : the Story of Job Bible as Literature In order to understand these works you must read them as literary works . Barr is not saying that the works have no value theologically and philosophically , but that the reader cannot truly begin to understand bhem until he sees them as literature . When one first encounters the story of David he cannot help but see that the story of David and Saul is much more accurately and consistently true than most of the...

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Lobbyist , Doctor To Debate Medicare Plan Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 15 December 1964

Lobbyist , Doctor To Debate Medicare Plan Tomorrow By RICHARD SIGNER Medicate will be the topic of a debate sponsoicd by the Government Club between Dr W Benson Haiei . foimer piesident of the _Pennsylvania Medical Society and Col William R Ilutton , deputy dnectoi of the National Council of Semoi CiU 7 cns The debate is scheduled to be tomoricu evening in Henscl Hall at 7 Di Haici is a _lcsident of Philadelphia and has held manv impoitant positions in the Pennsyhama Medical Society He has been piesident of the Dclauaie Countv Medical Society and served as piesident of the Pcnns \ l \ ania Aledical Societv last year He is nou a member of the Council of Delegates of the PMS uhcie he is on the lnsuiancc and pic-pay-inenit plan committees - \ t piescnt Di Harei is also Dnectoi of Medical \ ffans of Philadelphia Blue Cioss Author of Scientific Works A giaduate of the University of _Pennsyhama undcigraduatc and medical school , he was chief ol obsitetncs at Saint Augustine and _Fitygeial...

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Students Charge 'Vote Fraud ' In Balloting for F&M Mascot [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 15 December 1964

Students Charge Vote Fraud In Balloting for F&M Mascot Seveial complaints ha \ e been _lodged about last week s _balloting in the last stage ol the Mascot Contest A number ol students ha \ e chaigcd that ballots have been cast lllegalK Appaiently accoiding to Eduaid Lichtcnstein , many ballots weic thiown awav Some students have picked these ballots fiom wastebaskets and voted Lichtcnstein is co-oichnatoi of the contest with Robci t _Sneilinq _Siveihn . when inioimcd of the situation , said : The only way a ballot like this can be made valid is for a ma ] Oiity of students to vote and loi students to vote honestly that is . only once The fact that some students have voted moie than once , in effect stuffing the ballot box , gives a distoitcd pictuie of campus opinion On a mattei like tins theie must be some mcasuie of consensus the situation as it stands at piesent seems to invalidate anv consensus based on this ballot No More Ballots \ sktd whether he thought anothei ba...

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_^ L imits Langu age _^ Exp lored by Bruhaker [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 15 December 1964

_^ L imits Langu age _^ Exp lored by Bruhaker I A gicat deal of _otn _cxpciicnccs ncv ei » et into _woids some < p \ pci _icnces cannot be repi cscntcd in lans ; ua _^ c I This was the theme of a talk dchvcicd by Piolcssoi Echvaid : ]> _iubakei at the Student-Faculty Foium last Thuisday His talk A rs titled , The Trouble With These Foiunis Education Excludes Biubakci opened by sayin » that foimal education is _lcstuctcd ]) ictty much to that which is ta certain aspects of human expenence that cannot effectively be dealt with bv using language and mathematical svmbols X Biubaker s lament was that college is based on what we can get fiom a book oi a lecture or a studv in a certain area , whereas there aie Professor Edward Brubaker many things that cannot be appieciatcd merely by subjecting oneself to a formalized study in a ccilain field He pointed out that one must hcai a Beethoven symphony to reall > appreciate its majesty Likewise , one cannot devel...

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Goode , Young Pianist ? Next In Concert Series Thursday [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 15 December 1964

Goode , Young Pianist ? Next In Concert Series Thursday A distinguished \ oung pianist will piesent the thiid pio « ram in the season s Friday Conceit scnes Thursday . Richaid Goodc , cunently _appealing in New Yoik at the New School Concerts undei the musical diicctior . ol _Alexandei Schneidei will play music by Fame , Bach . Schoenbcir ; , and Schumann in his appeal ance at 8 30 p m in Hensel Hall Twenty-one Years Old Goodc has leceived considerable praise in pi ess leviews of his sclo iccitals in New York . _Toonto , Montical , Baltimoie and Mexico Citv Now 21 years old , he is assisting Rudolph Scrkin at the Cuitis Institute Music in Philadelphia in addition to his appcaiancc in New Yoik Program He will present Mo / ait s Sonata in F _Majoi , K 533 K 49-1 Beethoven s Sonata in E flat , Opus 31 Numbei 3 , and Schubcit _ s Sonata in D Prof Hugh \ Gault , dnectoi of the Fnday Concert series todav said that a numbei of tickets foi the Goode peiformance will be available at the door...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 15 December 1964

CCSC Convenes , Reconsiders Cose Qf Suspended Jrs . Completing an active week , the tol _cjje Committee on Student Conduct reconsidered the case of twe junioii suspended for destruction ol public picperty and initiated two new cases j Hie CCSC moved to _lctonstdai _fhc rase cf the two juniors who _tued an explosive device to blow up a tict _» _Buthanan Paik ( sec REPORTER ol D . r II ) when two members oi _* e v _immittee , one student and one facu ! member , were unable to at- | end • m flna ] decision-making mcet- » ln S ques ted to _paiticipate in the _judgi nt ] n , e original veichct , both student ivolved were _suspended for the j mia cr of tne acaacrnic ycal jn , K u \ of the decision , the pen- | tv _s maintained for one cf the _, SUldl a second offendei The othei r udt however , will be pcinnttcd 4 t 0 campus next semcstci f Vc _= cn a new case , the CCSC t u o suspend a senior foi the • _Knu r of tnc _scnlCjltcr fic wai f 1 11 - with the destruction of pubV _^ _ rty an &am...

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