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uates to Continued from 1 ) ? Gr _nfs Push Giving over Million [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 January 1965

uates to Continued from 1 ) ? Gr _nfs Push Giving over Million medical school than any other college in the countiy without an associated school of medicine Murono Award ( Continued from Page 1 ) post , and center halfback Gcoige Kalulc , right wing- Bob Leuffen , and goalie ] im Bunting earning Second Team mention _¦\ mong the honored Diplomats , \ dogh , Kalulc Bunting , and Graham aie scniois while Muiono , Santamcllo Smith , and Leuffen are jumois Bindei On Grid Club loining Muiono on the <\ 11-Division football squad were Muhlenberg s Da \ e Bmdci and Johns Hopkins Mike Oidick at the ends , Lebanon Valley s Glenn Stech and Muhlenbergs Tom Home at the tackles , Drc \ el s Chuck NiLssnei and Lebanon Valley s Bill Ilohenshelt at the guaids , Lebanon Vallc > s Jim Duke at center , and PMC s Joe Caitcr , and Uisinuss onetuo punch of Da \ e Raub and Bill Degcnhaidt in the backficld ( Page grar for the Science Center Continuation _Sp-Jdmg descr ibed the grant as ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Diplomat _Merman Trounce Lycoming [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 January 1965

Diplomat _Merman Trounce Lycoming Double winner Rogei Garnson topped a pool _recoil and I and Ms 400-yaid medley relay team eclipsed a two-yeai-r ! coll _ie mark as Coach Geoiee McGinness vaisity swimmers la _^ d to a _j J -44 victory at Lycoming on Dc The Diplomats will be seeking their fourth consecutive win of the season when they journey to Haverford tomorrow afternoon for a 2 . 30 meet with the Fords Hoppner Shines In addition to breaking tile Lycoming pool record for the 60-yard freestyle with a 28 6 clocking , Garrison also tied the home squad s 100-yard fieestyle mark with a 52 1 effort Also shattering a pool record , F and M backstroke ace Nick Hoppnei captured the 200-yard event in 2-15 8 , almost nine seconds faster than the ember 15 . previous standaid Hoppnei teamed with John _Holf man , Bill Smulyan , and Slip Hoopu to legistcr a new Blue and White _ic cord for the 400-yaid _nudli \ _kL-h in 1 02 6 The old recoid ul ¦! f ) j | was set by Al Holbiook , Joi _liiopln Glen...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Wert Paces 62-60 Win In Contest with Bears [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 January 1965

Wert Paces 62-60 Win In Contest with Bears Hustle can go a long way m conveitmg almost certain disaster into victory , and this proved to be the case on December 15 as F and M s varsity basketball squad overcame a 37-20 halftime deficit to edge Ursinus in a 62-61 contest The Diplomats sputteied in their next two games , bowing to Western Maryland , 99-82 , an a pre-Christmas tilt and to Lehigh Tuesday , however , they had already topped 1964 s meager victory output of one Trostcr Tallies 20 Scoring seven consecutive points during the opening moments of the second half in the Ursinus game , F and M moved into a 49-48 lead with 7 56 remaining in the contest on a bucket by Bill Hildebrand With Hildebrand , Fred Werl _, Skip Jordan , and Jeff Stuart dominating the play , the home squad took a 62-54 advantage with three minutes showing on the clock , before barely holding off a final Ursinus rally Wert paced the victors in scoring with 21 points while Jordan added 11 Barry Troster tallie...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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PETE KEERS , _ , _; T .. __» , _ _y ' Sports _; Scope _Ti ' _Ti Itibeen onlsince [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 January 1965

PETE KEERS , _ , _; T .. __» , _ _y Sports _; Scope _Ti _Ti Itibeen onlsince . . s y a year Rogci Garrison , Pete Eisenberg , Tim Morse , Jay Wolkov and other sophomore standouts on Coach George McGmness swimming squad were splashing their way to victories in frosh trunks , and now the Diplomats veteran coach is grooming what may be an even more talented first year group With his squad H | H | HHHHHH ° ff ito one ° _^ ll 5 _^^ HBEIjiH _^^^ _H finest starts in re- ^^^ _wISmBBh cent > ears thcie _^ HB _^ m _^ BBMH appears to be lit- ^^^^^ _aiiS « l e reason for Mc- |^^^^ H _^*^^^ Htik eyeing the fu- ^^^^¦ i < 3 _^^^ _B ture NevertheHHI _^ ILJHIH _^ B less , this frosh Pete Keers arra _Y ls expected Sports Editor to make F and M an even more formidable swimming power than they are this winter And with only Nick Hoppner and Bill _Smulyan scheduled for departure this June , there will be close to a dozen members of this year s yearling club bidding to make a contrib...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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4 Unbeaten Wrestlers Set for Saturday Meet [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 January 1965

4 Unbeaten Wrestlers Set for Saturday Meet Foui F and M wrestlers will be ( setback ait the hands of the Tigers placing perfect records on the line when the Diplomats host Princeton at 8 30 on Saturday evening . Saul Shimansky ( 130-pounds ) , Paul Martin ( 157 ) , and Terry Hostetter ( 177 ) all recorded triumphs agasnst Columbia and Harvard while Jon Taylor ( 167 ) was victorious in his lone match against the Crimson Dips Hold Series Edge Seeking to avenge last year s 22-8 Held momentarily by Harvard s _icm Gilmore , F and M s 130-pound ace Saul Shimansky topped the Crim- _ on wrestler minutes later . Coach Roy Phillips squad holds a 1-2 edge on the visitors in a seiies which began in 1959 This meeting finds seveial revisions in the F and M lineup with Mai tin , Taylor , Hostetter , and 191 pounder George Cormeny all moving up one ning fiom their pre-Christmas weight Llasses Phillips stated that he expected another close match , much like the last two I Senior Mike Wood will open ...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Rutgers Tops Dip Skaters [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 January 1965

Rutgers Tops Dip Skaters The four goal scoring of captain Jim Park pioved to be of no avail as F and M s hockey team dropped its fourth contest of the campaign by a 6-5 count to Rutgers on the victor s home ring on December 18 This Saturday the skaters journey to Sunbury , Pa , for a meeting with Bucknell Gil Robinson opened up the scoring for Rutgers at 6 52 of the first period Within the next six minutes the Scarlet Knights tallied twice on goals by Jean St Clair which gave them a 3-0 lead Moments later Sandy Taft took a pass from Don Cleveland and flipped the puck past goalie Ed Hall to put the Diplomats on the Scoreboard The Diplomats deadlocked the scoie at 3-3 in the third period when Park tallied twice on passes from defenscmen Skeets Dunn and Ken Hoim The tie was only momentary , however , as Mike Black countered with two scores for Rutgers giving the winners a 5-3 advantage at 19 : 58 of the second frame Park again closed the gap during the opening moments of the third peri...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 January 1965

Intramurals Led by Dave Bouchers 21 points , Lambda Chi defeated ZBT , 36-33 , December 17 to take over first place in inter-fraternity ALeague basketball . The victory pushed Lambda Chis lecord to 4-0 while ZBT , now 3-1 , fell to third place . Chi Phi , whose game with Kappa Sig was postponed , is in second place with a 3-0 slate . In other pre-vacation tilts , Si Sumberg s 14 points helped Pi Lamb ( 3-1 ) bombard Phi Kap 0-4 by a score of 55-32 while the Faculty ( 2-2 ) topped Phi Psi ( 0-4 ) behind Professor Richard Hall s 24 tallies , 58-49 . Chi Phi ( 6-0 ) remained on top in B-League competition as it won by forfeit o _% er Pi Lamb B ( 1-4 ) . Also winning by forfeit were ZBT B ( 2-4 ) from Lambda Chi B ( 0-5 ) , and Hartman I ( 4-1 ) from Delta Sig C ( 0-5 ) . Buchanan III ( 5-0 ) overwhelmed the Seminarys B squad ( 0-5 ) , winning 31-20 , while Phi Sic ; ( 4-1 ) outscored Sig Pi B ( 1-4 ) , 43-30 . In I-F bowling , ZBT ( 18 . 5-1 . 5 ) maintained its league leading pace by ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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Theodore Distler Named As President Emeritus [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965

Theodore Distler Named As President Emeritus The Board of Tiustees of the _college has confened the title President Emeritus upon Dr Theodore A Distler , _retiring e \ ecutn e _dnector of the Association of American Colleges and former president of F and M . Distler , who served as president of the College fiom 1941 to 1954 , was awarded the distinction in lecognition of his service to the College and his significant contribution to all of Amencan higher education , President Keith Spalding said in _making the announcement . Guided College Dr . Distler guided F and M through difficult and challenging years , the World War II period , the post-war transition , and the Koiean War years , when present programs and facilities weie being developed , and then he went on to perfoim high service foi highei education in general through his outstanding leadership of the Association of American Colleges during the last decade , Spalding added In discussing the President Emeritu » appointment ,...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Council Vice President Resigns After Serving for Three Years [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965

Council Vice President Resigns After Serving for Three Years By TOM MORRIS In a letter to Mike Yaggy , president of Student Council , Larry Raithaus announced his resignation as representati \ e and vice-president oi Council Raithaus emphasized that he intends to remain active in aspects of campus activities , although he is now classified as a part-time student As the former chairman of the Elections Committee , he established an efficient system to avoid double-ballot-ing He pointed out that he will work with whomever will be in charge of elections for council members and for class officers this spring Evaluation The former vice-president frankly Evaluated the pros and cons of the Student Council while he has been ai F and M Many worthwhile projects have been started , such as the academic evaluation of courses , the study of an honor system and the orientation program _While these are ambitious programs , they cannot be judged yet unitil they are materialized He emphasized that t...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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State Recommends Grant For New Science Facilities [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965

State Recommends Grant For New Science Facilities The State Commission on Academn facilities has recommended a $ 788 , 121 fedcial grant for F and M for thi construction of new science facilitie here . President Keith Spaldmg has statec that , if approved , the grant will rep resent a powerful stimulus for plan : to provide new strength in science a the College Federal Action We are hoping for federal actior on this recommendation , since the grant would enaib e us to serve oui students of the Commonwealth and the nation bv further undertakings ind greater capability in our science progiams , Spalding said The grant , which could be one of the largest ever received by F and M , was described by Spalding as a most gratifying indication of faith in our : urrent science offerings and our future plans on the State Commission 3 n \ cademic Facilities and the federal jov eminent For Science Center The grant would be applied toward a nearly $ 3 million construction pro ¬ gram expected to s...

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Dance , Concert To Highlight First Interfraternity Week , March 2-7 [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965

Dance , Concert To Highlight First Interfraternity Week , March 2-7 Weekend social activities featuring a dance at the Host Motel with music by the Kingsmen and an afternoon conceit starring Nina Simone , Judy Collins , and Da \ c Van Ronk will be the high points of the first Interfraternitv Week sponsored by the Inter fraternity Council March 2-7 . IF Council has scheduled a _seriei of special events for fraternity mer which will culminate in the kind ol social activity that has marked II weekends of the past Dance Bill Koleszar , IF social chairman has announced that the Kingsmen have been contracted to play at a dance which will be held at the Host Motel on Friday , March 5 , at 9 p m Only fraternity men , pledges and their dates will be invited to attend There will be no charge for the evening After a sports car rally slated to begin at the Hartman Hall Oval at 10 am on Saturday , March 6 , the _Dcncert featuring Nina Simone , J udy Collins and Dave Van Ronk will be held at 2 p ...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965

New Food Policy To Offer Students Second Servings The College food service today wil ! put into effect an experimental new policy providing for more second helpings and a new weekend meal schedule , according to College Business Manager Paul R Linfield Effective immediatelv , Linfield said _, seconds will , as an experimental measure , be made available on a far more extensive basis than ever before Most Entrees At all meals , seconds now will be available on menu items including entrees and desserts About the only things that wil have to be excluded arc certain prime entrees , such as steak , ribs of beef lobster tails , half chickens , etc , and certain desserts , strawberry shortcake for example , Linfield said Economically Found The new policy appears to be economically feasible , Linfield said because of the efficiency possible in using ithe centrally located kitchens and dining areas of the Benjamin Franklin Residences Linfield noted that it still will be necessary to go throu...

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TEXT OF LETTER [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965

TEXT OF LETTER Dear President Yaggy , Due to my becoming a part j time student as a result of having successfully completed all my requirements to graduate with the exception of one elective course , I regret to inform you that I am forced to _resagn from active participation in current campus activities I consider it an honor to have represented the Class of 65 and a pleasure to have served With you in student go \ eminent over these past years ait F and M _> \ s an _alumnus-with-one-foot-ouitnthe-door , I would be pleased to keep the other on campus by offering my service and experience in any area of college affairs where I might be helpful Best wishes for success to you and the Student Council in completing the programs and business which we began together Sincerely , Larry Raithaus , 65

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Dr . Harvey Cox To Discuss Christian Radicalism Today [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965

Dr . Harvey Cox To Discuss Christian Radicalism Today A religious scholar who has been exploring current movements including lay theology , the freedom movement , the peace movements and radical Christian movements will piesent the fourth lecture in religion here today Dr Harvey Cox , assistant professor of theology and culture at Andover Newton Theological School , will speak at 11 am on The Freedom of Christian Radicalism , and at 4 15 pm on The Gospel in Political Idiom Revolutionary Theology Both talks will center around the general topic Toward a Theology of Revolution , and both will be presented in the Green Room on campus and mil be open to the public Cox has worked with student groups at Temple University and Oberlin College During 1962-1963 , he worked with students and vocational groups in West and East Berlin , under an assignment to maintain communication between Christians in the divided city ne tneoiogian nas mtmtrous articles for publications im hiding Harpers , Comm...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
New Green Room Productkn To Be 'Man For All Seasors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965

New Green Room Productkn To Be Man For All Seasors By MEL SHANDLER A Man For All Seasons , a recent Broadway hut will be presented by the Green Room Club from February 18 27 Though conventionally written . Robert Bolt s play is still considered a modern drama It is based around the life of Sir Thomas More and concerns the difficulty of keeping one s personal integrity when everyone else is knuckling under the authority of the king Integrity More _s difficulty arises when he can t make everyone around him understand why lie s trying- to cling to his integrity He becomes marooned on an island of integrity As More tries to make his motives understood , each person takes on a different attitude towards him The cast of A Man for All Seasons consists of fourteen characters Sir Thomas More will be played by Stephen Waring , and The Common Man by David Shaw Master Richard Rich will be portrayed by George Hermann , and the Duke of Norfolk , Earl Marshall of England , will be acted by Peter V...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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