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Book Order [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Book Order The Book Shop is now taking orders for the controversial new book by the same author of A Shadow on the Hill , E Nesbitt Prescott . Paperbacks of Prescott s book , The Bawdy Bardoniam , are being offered through the Book Shop since the long-sup-pressed hardbound edition is not available in the Eastern U S . Those interested are asked to sign up at the desk of Mrs Klaus Only the first twenty-five signatures will be honored .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Infirmary Quarantine The Director of _College Health Services has announced that stu dents who are confined to the ward of the Appel Infirmary may nol re ceive visitors until further notitc This quarantine is in effect because the patients in the ward haie measles , a highly communicable disease . Persons disregarding Ihis qiwr anting will be immediately admitled to the infirmary in order to pre vent _fuither transmission of llic disease .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Wmdermen Rout Mules : f ] engel and Hall Star By RICH HARRIS Paced by co-captain Don Mengel and Steve Hall , the Diplomat cingermen rolled to a 71-48 tiiumph over visiting Muhlenberg in the [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Wmdermen Rout Mules : f ] engel and Hall Star By RICH HARRIS Paced by co-captain Don Mengel and Steve Hall , the Diplomat cingermen rolled to a 71-48 tiiumph over visiting Muhlenberg in the season s opening encounter on Ar . _^ Sweeping the 220-yard dash , the mile , and javelin competition , F and _Mjfgarnered first spot in six other events en route ; to the victory JWk Double-Winners Abound ¦ _¦ J j Hall raced to first place in both sprints while Mengel paced the field in = | the mile and two mile runs Particularly impiessive was Hall s 10 3 clocking on a muddy hack _** _$ _? _$£ _& _¦{ _SjThe Mules also produced two double _^ _ivinners in Dean Lowe , a standout insthc 120 and 220-yaid hurdles , and Ken Butz , ace shot-putter and discus hurler -- ! - _* . VJ Despite the absence of Dave Thomr due to illness , the Diplomats opened tifcLgtmeet by sweeping the mile with Mengel , Tim Wagner , and Rich Tosh placing in that order _¦* fwith Hall , Randy Collins , and Mike Rees...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Frosh _Tracksters Ready For Campaign Inaugural [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Frosh _Tracksters Ready For Campaign Inaugural By DYKE HENDICKSON Boasting a line gioup of we : and a handful of double-duty pci ycailmg ttack team is \ vell-picpaic < the Millersvillc State fiosh and St Hampeied thioughout pie-season training by poor wcathci conditions , Coach Bill Ianmcelh i _;> nevcitheless ightmen _, middle-distance umncis , fonneis . _Fi-anklm and Maishalls d for this afternoon s tri-meet with evens Trade on Williamson Field _, optimistic about the outcome if his key men perform as expected Michel Looms As Standout Ianmcelh is especially high on discus thiowei Al Michel A 141 hurlei in practice , Michel has made a \ ery smooth transition to the college platter . Points in the weights are also expected from shot-puttei Bill Erdman and another discus huilei . John Mitchell Runners Look _Promising In the lunning events Eric Bupp and John Alleborn loom as possible standouts A 50-second quarter-milei . Bupp vull run the 220 and 440-yard sprints...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Golfers Bow to Lions [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Golfers Bow to Lions Opening the campaign on a disappointing note , F and M s varsity golfeis fell prey to visiting Albright by a IO / 2-7 / 2 count last Monday afteinoon at Media Heights Country Club Braving a rain-soaked field and chilling 50-degree temperatures , the Diplomats saw their two ace seniors win before Albright put the final damper on their victory hopes . Knox , Smith Triumph Providing some consolation was the sparkling performance turned in by King Knox , last years MAC titlcliolder Knox legistcrcd an _18-holc total of 72 en route to his 3-0 victory over the Lions Ed Smith ( 82 ) . Dave Smith ( 81 } bested Mike Enderly ( 84 ) in a 2 / 2- / 2 match for E and Ms second individual triumph oi the afternoon . Firing an 82 , the visitors Bob Kopp ( 82 ) emerged as a 2-1 victor over Gary Hull ( 84 ) in the closest match of the day . Also tallying victones foi Albright _i \ eie Rich Goodman , Chuck Compton , and Don Goudy . SUMMARY Knox ( F&M ] , 72 , def Smith ,...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

S g Bqdminton Tourney _^ £ || hJ 1 persons interested in compct- £ ing |||[ i the All-College Badminton _^ Tournament must register with IfMiEeJ Lewis by Friday , April 17 . |||| Xhe matches will be held from tiapnll 20-24 _, between 4 : 30 and & 0 jj 3 O , p . m . each day . Five contest- | y HHs || from each fraternity or dorSiStgry group is _psrmissable . I _^ _kSS * mar _ { s the first intramural ||| Kbilinton tournament in Franklin lllllJMarshaH athletic history .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

BRIGNOLA Fine Shoe Repairing Shop 425 Pine St . Around The Corner From The Nevonia

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

LOOKING BACK Last year at this time the tennis ( 2-0 ) , golf ( 2-0 ) , and track ( 1-0 ) varsities _>\ ere off to a bright start in a campaign which was to see them amass a 30-2 combined record . Woody Wheaton s baseball club had also emerged victoriously from its first two tilts .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
West Sees Hope in Communist World [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

West Sees Hope in Communist World Speaking in the Green Room last Tuesday morning at 11 o clock , former missionary to China and Marx scholar Dr . Charles West delivered the first of two lectures on the spiritual and political aspects of Marxism , cemmunism , and imperialism The lecture took the form of an answer to one of the most pressing questions cf the day , Why dee : Marxism continue to wield such a powerful influence today In order to answer this . Dr West delved back into the spiritual sources of the Marxist movement and dialectical material ¬ Marx , Dr West explained , struggled at an early stage to escape from Hegels system of philosophy In short , he was m rebellion against Hegel s conception of a mystic world spirit that moves things Driving Forces But what were the driving force ; behind Marx Dr West pointed cut many answers to this question Ore is found in Eric Fromms explanation that Marxs aim was the spiritual liberation of man , enabling him to find unity and harmon...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Fraternities Comment on Manager [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Fraternities Comment on Manager By DAN BAILES and GORDON PRAGER In _a-nswer to the editorial suggestions of the REPORTER , new InterFraternity Council President Rick Sandier commented upon the proposed ideas for an all-fraternity business manager and group fraternity food buying . Sandier stated , At a recent conference of the National Interfratemity Council the possibilities for a fraternity business manager were discussed I plan to include this idea as a part of the planned fraternity self-evalua-tion study Digressing on the nature of the selfevaluation study , Sandier continued , The plan for the study is much more active this year . Though the impetus will come from I-F Council , we will not be working on our own , for the study will be made in conjunction with the Ad Hoc Committee Sandier feels that the topic of fraternity study has leceived much more campus attention now than it has i the past , but also pointed out tii several drawbacks to gioup fraicrnn enterprises must be n...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Envoy Discusses Israel [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

Envoy Discusses Israel By DAN BAILES After se \ eral short introductions _, the Israeli Ambassador to the United States , H JE . Avraham Harman , spoke on Israel and the Middle East _ Speaking with a British accent , he first praised U S leadership and influence in Israel . After Israel achieved her independence , he said , there was a honeymoon period of great exhilaration He continued , Independence opened the door to immigrants suffering from discrimination and persecution , and brought about the conditions to assure the continuing creative development of our people in the traditions of faith and culture The return to Israel brought about the recreation of physical conditions to assure the future of Jewish civilization in its modern context Jordan River Problem Commenting on the problem w ith the Jordan River , he said one billion cubic meters of water a year flow as waste into the Dead Sea A technical agreement was negotiated m 1955 which solved the problem , but no political so...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A New Look WWFMBuys NewEquipme at [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 10 April 1964

A New Look WWFMBuys NewEquipme at WWPM , which had been broadcasting network since the return from spring weekend , resumed lire broadcasting Monday morning . Stephen Rubenstein , WWFM publicity director , stated that the installation of new equipment to provide better sound for listeners caused the delay Equipment New equipment , which was installed by the WWFM engineering department , headed by John Hill Byrne of WCAU-TV includes new turntables , tone arms , and cartridges With the new tone arms WWFM will now ks able to pla > stereo records ( although they can t be heard in stereo ) which was hitherto impossible The installation of the new equipment facilitated a move into the larger of the studios of all the control equipment Live shows will now originate from uhat was formerly dubbed Studio B , while news and interview programs will be run from the smallDr room Kaufman Comments Felix Kaufman manager of WW ¬ PM , commented on the fine quality of finest sounding equipme...

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