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Diplomat Swirnmers _^ e _fFor Gettysburg [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965
Diplomat Swirnmers _^ e _fFor Gettysburg Big Blue Capture Nine Events In Registering 70-25 Triumph By MARK SKLARZ Displaying outstanding versatility . Coach _Gcoia ; c M &lt; Gimw , meimen swam to then fifth consecutive victory of the _si _. _wn In _diowning Diexel , 70-25 , at Fackenthal Pool on Satuidj . \ J _$# k ; r _\ _bfjf t _4 f * ,. _v r ; _2 TODAY Frosh Wrestling Bucknell at F and M 6 45 Varsity Wrestling Bucknell at F and M 8 30 TOMORROW Frosh Basketball Gettysbuig at F and M 6 45 Varsity Basketball Gettysburg at F and M 8 30 Frosh Swimming Gettysbuig at F and M 7 00 Varsity Swimming Gettysburg at F and M 8 00 SATURDAY Frosh Basketball F and M at Johns Hopkins 6 . 45 Varsity Basketball F and M at Johns Hopkins 8 30 Varsity Wrestling F and M at Springfield 2 00 F and M warmed up jot tomoi row evening s meet with ( . _* tt \ , ] , ur by taking first places in _mpk of _th eleven events Dead Heat Highlighting the action u . i , a pnoii finish in the 500-yaid freest ) I...
PETE KEERS .- _,--- « _-- _* - _> Sports Scope [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965
PETE KEERS .- _,--- « _-- _* - _&gt; Sports Scope The atmosphere at poolside imme diately suggested that F and M s _var sity swimmers were a group of younj men with a mission It was only Fn day afternoon , however the Diplomats riding ithe ciest of a four meet winning streak , had already set then sights on an encounter -with _powerful Gettysbuig which was still five day ; away _^^^^^^^^^ With a meet _BflHHHflBS against D r e x e 1 _HHR _| n | tabbed for the _wB&amp;S _£% » 3 mKBm n c x l afternoon , HSK _liKSHH Coach George HHHk , _- _^ yKfl | iij |! ily b e looking _^^^^¦ _¦^^^ 1 tnat far ahead . _HHHHkfll _^ H And yet it was Pete Keers almost unavoidaSports Editor bIe for the Bullets may well be the biggest roadblock between F and M and its second undefeated campaign in three years . Relaxing for a moment after breezing to victory in a practice race , co- : aptam Nick Hoppner s mood reflect- ; d a mixture of confidence , eagerness , ind respect for the Gettysburg ...
Hoopsters Fall Twice ; Host Bullets in Next Tilt [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965
Hoopsters Fall Twice ; Host Bullets in Next Tilt Minus the services of three former starteis , F and M s varsity basketball squad dropped an 89-56 contest to Drexel on the victor s home court on Satuiday . Prior to semester break the Diplomats had bowed bv a 97-83 count to league leading Dickinson These two setbacks gave F and W a 2-8 record for the ( first half of th ( 1964-65 season . Missing from the team which stun ned Ursinus , 62-60 , during Deccmbei were junior George Naer , and sophomores Jeff Stuart and Skip Jordan Jordan , ECAC Sophomore of The Week for his 32-point outburst againsl Dickinson January 7 , dropped out of school while Nier and Stuart dropped off the team voluntarily to concentrate on studies Wert Tallies 25 In falling to Drexel , only Fred Wert was able to penetrate the Dragon defenses as he chalked up 25 point ; No other Diplomat eager was able to score in double figures J umping off to a 47-26 lead at halftime , Drexel was paced to victory by Bob McCurdy an...
Drexel Tops Dip Frosh To Extend Win Streak [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965
Drexel Tops Dip Frosh To Extend Win Streak By ED RUBENSTEIN ILtting from the floor at a chilly 36 % clip , the F and M freshman cagers fell to Drexel s _yeailings , 04-72 . in Philadelphia on Saturday afterncOT _Drcxel , now 8-0 , also capitalized on a one-and-one fcul situation in the _lar . t thice _minuter of the game , sinking twelve charity tosses without a mi- ; to ice the contest The Dragons jumped out to a re--psctib e lead at the outset But a tenacious zone press cmplovcd by the Big Blue helped to cut the margin and give F and M a skinny 42-39 halft . me lead In the final stanza the score remained close and was fed for the last time at 64-64 with 7 46 showing on the clock Drexel then pulled out to a commanding lead and withstood a final surge by the Diplomats to gam the victory Dichl Scores 12 Bill Diehl came off the bench for Coach Chuck Taylor scoring 12 points to lead hs teammates Fred Sabastian , next in the scoring column with 11 markers , termed Diehl s effort as a tr...
Nixon Retains Paddle Tennis Championship [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965
Nixon Retains Paddle Tennis Championship By JOHN BURN 1 AS One of the sophomoics upon whom Coach Glenn Millei will hi couminheavily in his vaisit ) tennis pla _» % this spring , sophomoie Jefl \ 1 \ 011 re cently gave F and M paitnl unmbir ship on a national _champn . i hip ( as he combined with Bill i i _Sius &gt; ii to retain then National Jtnwi Paddi Ball Championship at the numm held on Dccembci 21-22 it tin _&gt; m Meadow Country Club 1 , _Sumh 1 New York . Victors Rail ) Nixon , a native of _^ i &gt; mi _v Jersey , and deSaussuie _^ 1101 1 ! the Englewood Boys Srln m En - _ k wood , New Jersey , ictaii 1 I 1 t 0 ranking with a come-fi ci ¦ ii &gt; n ( l ™ tciy over Princeton s Xe Jinn 11 and Mike Brooks of Esm tonnuti cut , in a 4-6 , 6-- ! . 6-1 111 Paddle ball , as explain b \ _N _&gt;\ ° » is a combination of sqa and i _«&gt; nis , played on an outdoc nut : lbo one-third the si / e of a _. • lllon ms court Each pla &gt...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965
SCORING LEADERS I VARSITY PLAYER G FG FT TL AVG . Wert 10 60 26 146 14 . 6 Jordan 9 59 10 128 14 . 2 * Nier 9 28 22 87 8 7 I King 9 21 6 48 5 . 3 Hildebrand 10 13 15 41 4 . 1 FROSH Russell 8 47 27 121 15 . 1 Kudelko 8 39 17 95 11 . 8 Allebach 8 36 14 C 6 10 8 Frankford 7 27 20 74 10 . 6 Dreisbach C 21 19 61 10 2 Distel 8 32 15 79 9 . 9 no _lcnjcr with team
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965
Looking Back Two years ago this week saw J im Leslie pacing the Diplomat court squad to an 8-5 record with a 20 , 6 scoring average , Joe Brophy smashing two College swimming records in the 50 and 100-yard freestyle events , and 123-pounder Mel Mounts leading the F and M wrestlers with a 5-0-1 record . On the frosh scene Paul Kobb and Fred Wert connected for 22 and 20 points respectively as the Diplomats topped York JC , 10189 , and Saul Shimansky had sparked the yearling matmen to a 3-0 nark .
| _FfOsh Club Romps ; _ilcemen Win First [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965
| _FfOsh Club Romps ; _ilcemen Win First By ALAN COHEN and NEIL YOUNG A sc en week layoff and the swimming of Drexel s triple winner Tom Cassidy failed to take its toll as F and M s fiosh mermen trounced the Dragons , 60-33 , in _Fackenthal Pool on Saturday On the ice , the Diplomat hockey club met mixed results in its last two outmgs , edging Bucknell 5-4 befoie falling to Penn 8-1 Relay Teams Win In topping Drexel the Baby Blue received winning performances fiom Butch Tropp m the 50-yard freestyle ( 23 5 seconds ) , Norm Ream in the 200-yard freestyle ( 2-13 8 ) and 500yard freestyle ( 6-38 3 ) , John Stehman in the 200-yard backstroke ( 2 31 ) and Jner Cliff Buck ( 48 01 ) The Diplomats also swept both re ¬ lays Cassidy registered victories foi Dre \ cl in the 200-yard butterflv anc 200-yard individual medley Van Beuren Ices Win In chalking up their victory o \ ei Bucknell on January 9 , Mike Var Beuren . scored the clincher from 1 ; feet out with 18 02 gone in the fina ! period ...
F and M Hosts Bisons In Wrestling Tonight [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965
F and M Hosts Bisons In Wrestling Tonight Coach Roy Phillips varsity wicstlers will be ictuining to action for the fust time since thev clipped Harvard , 16-15 , on December 12 when they pla \ host to Bucknell in Maysei Gymnasium at 8 30 this _evening The Diplomats will be seeking -their second \ ictory in three outings while the visiting _matmen deadlocked Albiight in their season opcnei befoic bowing to Gettvsburg and Temple A year ago F and M topped the Bisons , Blue in the 18-14 Boasting their greatest strength in the middle weight classes , _Bucknell will be paced by 167-poundei John Kaianir ¦ who recorded victories in his fust two matches this winter , and 1 + 7pound squad captain Wally Schwartz Walt Conaid will be bringing a 2-1 mark into the 157-pound match Junior George Schnydci is expected to _maXe his season debut _foi the Big 147-pound slot with Pepc Mai tin and Terry Hostetter both carrying 2-0 records into the next twe maitcb . es Undefeated Saul Shimansky will be appe...
Wohlstetter : Damned if We Dti 9 Damned if We Don Y Optimism [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965
Wohlstetter : Damned if We Dti 9 Damned if We Don Y Optimism By DICK SCHUBERT In my view there is a problem of accidental war There is some chance that a mechanical error may play a part in war . [ as well as ] a chance of human error With this sobering thought , Dr Albert Wohlstetter opened ithe Top ics Leoture on Thursday night Wohlstetter , who is employed by the RAND Corporation , is presently concerned with the problem of deterring a nuclear war . He is a member of the Atlantic Institute of NATO and other important organizations that are actively concerned with avoiding a nuclear holocaust Opposites on War Wohlstetter discussed two opposite opinions in the current debate ovei the possibility of war On one hand , there are those who question the possibility of nuclear war through accident , while on the other many wonder whether nuclear war is inevitable The former group asks if a mechanical or human error could play a role in determining the chance of a war Are there , they que...
Socialism and Nationalism Become Healthy in Mexico [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965
Socialism and Nationalism Become Healthy in Mexico The following is the thud and final part of a series of articles on Mexico by our _foreign correspondent , Lutz Bauer By LUTZ BAUER As a student of economics , I might add that these socialistic tendencies do not seem to cut off the chances for free enterprise and individual initiaive I know of several German immigrants who are now , ten and fifteen years later , very well established and doing , they assured me , splendid business They are not exceptions This economically young country still offers unlimited possibilities for hard-work-ing men witih initiative and ideas Useful Precaution Foreign investment seekers may resent the 49 % Clause imposed on foreign ownership in Mexican enterprises I think it is an understandable and useful precaution of a country cautious to preserve its independence and block off nationalistic prejudices against other countries I am convinced that this measure is helping to bring the two nations on both...
Academic Failure : An Attempt To Diagnose One Basic Cause [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 February 1965
Academic Failure : An Attempt To Diagnose One Basic Cause In this issue begins a series of interviews with some students who came dangerously close to being suspended for one or more semesters . We hope that this series will help others who are suffering from motivational problems or extraneous factors that may affect their academic pursuits None of the names mentioned have anything to do with the actual students interviewed All the answers presented are solely those of the students interviewed and are accurately recorded—The Editors The first interview was conducted this week with a student whose average was less than 1 00 and whose academic record was reviewed by the Committee on Academic Standing during the intersession vacation Fortunaitely , this student was allowed to continue here this semester . REPORTER : Joe , to what do you attribute your academic problems this past semester ? Joe : I guess you might say I was rebelling aeamst my parents REPORTER : Could you explain thait...