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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

finance Committee Recommends Record-Setting $ 40 , 207 Budget By MARC M . SILBERT A iccord lecomniended budget Jof $ 40 , 207 for the 1965-66 academic year was presented to Student Council by its finance committee . Increase The recommendation lep resents a $ 2 , 722 increase over the $ 37 , 485 total employed this yeai . In the report distributed to Council members last night for study _, the finance committee , chaired by junior Barry Cooper , asked foi the increase because allocations for foui additional clubs aie _icquired for 1965-66 and . many of the larger _organizations need additional funds to meet the needs of an expanding campus Final budget allocations will be made by the Student Council al Sits next meeting , probably Thurssday evening . ! The committee report gave a brief [ rationale fo > r each suggested allocation l and discussed the piocedure employed jm making committee recommendation decisions Procedure Each student organization that requested funds fro...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

Go West Young Man , Go West ... Go west young man , cross the barren _iceJands lo- abo \ e ; all students who had dormitory rooms in Hartman wards the superstructure Known as Franklin Hall . The Hall were transferred , thereby _ending such heart-sloppins ; completion of the North Win ? caused the _evodus pictuied sagas as the naughty tales of horror of The Snake Pit

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

BUDGET CAPSULE _, * . . m e * cr . n _/? - _nr- Finance Com Organization A 4 . 5 196 D-66 Recommended Allocation Request Allocation College Reporter . ? 10 , 500 $ 12 , 567 $ 11 , 500 Onflamme 11 , 000 LL 767 11 , 1 _QQ Prolog 750 600 600 Student Council 1 , 075 2 , 250 2 , 250 SUB ~ 9 , 450 9 , 000 9 , 000 ~ WWFM 2 , 700 8 , 222 70 3 , 537 Accounting & Fanance Club 100 145 100 American Chemical Society 85 117 50 95 Bowling Club 50 135 50 Chess Club 20 _ 250 40 Committee for Social Action —0— 50 50 Economics Club 140 250 140 English Club 250 350 200 French Club —0— 100 50 Geological Society 140 285 155 Government Club 250 275 200 History Club 150 150 125 IAESTE —0— 250 150 Intel nation Relations Club 150 125 105 Mathematics Club —0— 120 55 Psychology Club 100 200 100 Outing Club 75 200 95 Philosophy CKib 250 250 225 _Sociology Club 100 200 160 Spanish Club 50 100 35 Student Education Assoc 50 9 ( 3 60 young Republicans Club —0— 150 30

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

Common Man _Characterized In Man for All Seasons _^ s the t une approaches for the tion will depend upon the _dnectoi s Green Room s second production of ability to gain die best performance this year , the time has come to _lool at the play and some of the aspect ; of it that make \ Man for All Seasons an interesting undertaking Interesting Feature One of the most inteiestmg featuie ; of the play is the charactei the Common Man The part is plaved by David Shaw and presents some interesting difficulties The lole itself is ev tiemely unconventional , in that the character , Common Man , plays a selies of ides within the struotuie oi the play Not only is he a character in the play , but he also has the distinction of being a commentator on the e \ ents of the play Ste \ e _AVaring is faced with the problem of presenting Sii Thomas More More is the characterization of the theme of the play , which is an exploration of the meaning oi integrity , and the audience must be made to see the ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

ovc picjudice and intolerance DePuy quoted from Umveisity oi Illinois President David D Henry who indicated [ in part ] that the educational \ alues which flow fiom diversity in student _backgrounds , as they h \ c and woik togethei will ha \ e to be sought by the fraternity in a positi \ e way if it as to continue to reflect and mem the paitnciship which it has undertaken with the um \ ersity Compatibility and congeniality as standaids foi _membership do not bar _dnersity Chapter Responsibility In an interview DePuy told the REPORTER that the enforcemenl of these guidelines is the icsponsibihty of each chaptei We [ the Col cgc ] tend not to meddle in fraternity affans unless we re convinced theic is no othei alternative , he indicated The selected fieshmen will undeigo a pledge period of approximately eight weeks Bill Cracas of Sigma Pi chaaicd the Pledge Training Study _Coiiinuttec of the Intei fraternity Council A new pledging code is in effect as a lesult of this committee s UOi...

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Eligible Freshmen Cast Bids Tonight [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

Eligible Freshmen Cast Bids Tonight o By PAUL EISENBERG Eligible fieshmen will cast fraternity piefciential ballots tonight at 9 00 pm in Hensel Hall To bid a freshman must ha \ e turned in his visitation caid and possess a 1 5 academic average Each of the clc \ en fraternities will then select its pledge class and al 11 30 p . in the fieshmen will be mfoimcd of their standing . No Prejudice This selection piocess will be car lied on within guidelines set by the _Iratetnity system as a whole Dean of Students , Hadlcy S . DePuv pointed out in a letter dated January 18 . 1965 top fraternity picsidenls Dining the fall of 1963 , iratcrmties at Ftankhn and Marshall , leflecting the national and local concern o \ ci discrimination _, demonstrated thcil opposition to arbitrary , externally imposed catena of membciship selection on the basis of lace lcligion oi national oiigin bv taking a film stand against such limitations He added . The fraternities helped to evolve and willingly accepted...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

H _REPORTER 1 , No 43 Lancaster , fa , February 5 , 1965 Four Pages

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1 EOITORIAI _* S [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

1 EOITORIAI _* S Sixteen Months After The annual regeneration of F and M fraternities takes place tonight at 9 in Hensel Hall . Freshmen will cast their bids ; the fraternities will accept or _reiect ; and eleven new pledge classes will then assemble at their respective houses for the . induction ceremonies . An even more important revitalization of our fraternities however , has been taking place in the last year A pledge class guarantees the continuation of a fraternity ; what has taken place in the last , sixteen months justifies the system s existence . Until j + ie fall of 1963 , fraternities here were shackled by outmoded conceptions of their purposes They continued to function as they had when they were created — as secret , sometimes semibarbaric organizations separated from the rest of the campus by anachronistic walls of _. indifference , smugness , and even prejudice . Such actions were accepted and even approved of a century ago when fraternities were founded , but they ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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Tom Parker • _- ~ .,, _^ r _~^ r _,,, ~ - ~™ ., ~ ., r _™ . ~ I Population Explosion : What Will Be the Politics ? [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

Tom Parker • _- ~ .,, _^ r _~^ r _,,, ~ - ~™ ., ~ ., r _™ . ~ I Population Explosion : What Will Be the Politics ? The population _explosion is upon us The so-called Baby Boom of the post-World Wai II penod has fully exploded and there is now much talk about the meaning of this rapid growth There are not to be overlooked some very important pohtica . 1 implications in _legaird to this event Revolution First , there is a strange revolution upon us It is so quiet that it almost seems to go unnoticed or even not to be taking place It is the revolution of Youth We are rapidly becoming a very young nation — quite literally Surprising as it may seem , by 1968 the median age will have dropped to twenty-five or even lower Secondly , there is a lapidly growing occupation and industry that is not even thought of as being a business It is the industry of _education Those people engaged in education represent the Parker largest occupational group in the nation Political Implications Combining t...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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Mike Yaggy • _- _~~ rT _^ . rrr _~~~~^^~ _rrr ~ _, r _, _^ _; I The Drug Industry : I A Modest Proposal [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

Mike Yaggy • _- _~~ rT _^ . rrr _~~~~^^~ _rrr ~ _, r _, _^ _; I The Drug Industry : I A Modest Proposal In his conception of the Great Society , President Johnson has made it quite dear that the health of the nation mu . it play a vital role In his campaign he stressed the necessity for the care of our elderly citizens In a special message to tihe Congreis in January of this year he outlined the Administration s Medicare program , a program of medical aid for the elderly . In his State of the Union message the President again _emphasized the need for better medical treatment This included not only Medicare , but regional centers for the ticatmeiU of heart diseases and ether major disorders , and a program of financial aid to _^_^^^^ medical schools to _increase the _^^ HHpRVHB number and quality of doctors _^^^^ KP _^ I ., > _^ _jJ Noticeably absent from . the H : Jp _*^ _i-jf » jSB Pi csi dent s speeches and messages HE .. Jp * ft-HH has been mention of the problem _HPf ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

( H Wporter Published semi-weekly throughout the college year except for vacations by undergraduates of Franklin and Marshall College , Lancaster , Pa , being an expansion in 1964 of the Student Weekly , a union in 1915 _o-f the College Student founded in 1881 , and the F&M Weekly , founded in 1891 . The opinions of this | ournal are those of the editors and editorial board and Ho not represent official oDinion Editors-in-chief ¦ David L Harrison and Richard Kneedler r News Editor Features Editor Sports Editor Marc Silbert Gordon Prager Peter Keers _Photography Editor Copy Editor Business Manager Bruce _Vieltoi Robert Siverling Peter Levitin _Subcr . ption Rate , S 3 50 per semester $ 6 50 ner vear Office in Hcrrman Hall Basement Phone 392-3732 Printed at Forry & Hacker , 248 East Liberty Street , Lancaster , Penna Application for second clasi mailing permit granted March 16 , 1964 at Lancaster . Penna

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

Freshmen Bid ( Continued from Page 1 ) it wall be enforced as strictly as possible . by spot checks Tentatively , Sandier related in an interview , it has been decided that the

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

president of IFC . will form this enforcement committee and the committee will proceed under his leadership . DcPuy believes that the Pledge Code is one of the best things [ IFC has ] ever done

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

New Offic The offices of the _- LLGE REPORTER will be ltc (! m the old Hartraan Hall • r 0 ° m

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

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Increase in Sexual Permissiveness Pooh-Poohed in Stanford Research [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

Increase in Sexual Permissiveness Pooh-Poohed in Stanford Research ( CPS)—Contrary to popular opinion , sexual permissiveness has not swept the American college campus , a Stanford Urmersity researcher contends Intensive Study Mervin B Frecdman , assistant dean of undergraduate education and a research associate at the Institute for the Study of Human Problems , bases his conclusion on a detailed study of an Eastern womens college in which 49 students were interviewed for four years and several thousand students were tested , and on an historical sur- \ ey of research on the sexual bchavioi of -women undergraduates Among his findings —Thiec-fourths or more of Americas unmarued college women are virgins —Premantal mtei course among college women is usually restricted to then future husbands •—¦ Piomiscuity is piobably confined to a very small percentage of college women — piobably a lower propoition than high school girls Still Puritanism While attitudes toward sex aie often liberali...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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I olton Exhibition Draws Wide / ad Strong Reaction at Library [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

I olton Exhibition Draws Wide / ad Strong Reaction at Library I By DICK SCHUBERT I i a exhibition of the watercolor I p _:. iimg and sculpture of artist HenI rif _^ Hokon has drawn varied com - 1 r-r _,, ts from many members of the C _^ _icge j _iVlis . HoJton , a Lancaster resident \ and the elementary school art supcr- ! _visi > i in Lancaster , has presented a ; vanety of art _worls These include _fiilcen watercolor paintings , most still , life The artist says that she likes to ] paint uhat I see , but the mood and _mspna-tion must be theie She points out that the idea for her painting Sheep Pasture had been in hci head for one year before it was start ¬ ed , because I had to wait until the tune , equipment , and inspiration were lujht Not as Concrete The sculpture presented docs not stem fiom the same concietc ideas that characterize her paintings Mis Ilolton describes most of her sculpture as being generally abstract The inspiration for these sculptuies , which are ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

Our Famous Brand Clothing _VWatt Takes Class Honors L C _^ DRYCLEANING SPECIAL 3 Garments For The Price Of 2 Sweaters and / or Pants THIS OFFER EXPIRES FEBRUARY 27 TH

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

TEACH IN NIGERIA OR GHANA ? It s possible : —If you _1 . Are a graduate with a strong ma | or in one of the following * a . chem istry , b physics , x ., biology , d . engineering , e . mathematics , f French or g . have a Master s Degree in English . 2 . Are a U . S . citizen , in good health , less than 55 years of age , desin to teach at the secondary school or junior college level . 3 . Are single ; or are married and with no more than one child . If interested , please write to : TEACHERS FOR WEST AFRICA PROGRAM Elizabethtown College , Elizabethtown , Pa . 17022

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965

Folk and Classic Guitars Hootenanny Music Tiny Wright Music Shop 44 N Prince St . Everything in Musical Supplies

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