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F&M Squads Split with Gettysburg [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965
F&amp;M Squads Split with Gettysburg Powerful Bullets Topple Dip Quintet By PETE KEERS Paced by George Strouse _ s 19 point scoring , Coach Bob Hulton s Gettysburg Bullets dealt F and Ms varsity basketball squad its fifth consecutive setback by registenng a 78-55 viotory in Mayser Gymnasium on Wednesday evening The contest resulted in the Diplomats ninth loss in eleven contests w _ hile the victor s record as now 7-5 . All Junior Five Fielding a quintet composed entirely of juniors at the opening jump , die Bullets were first to hit the scoring column on a 20-foot jump shot by Strouse and built up a 21-3 lead before Jack Gucwa connected for F and M s first field goal -, wth 10 18 remaining an the first half With Lee Smith , Fred Wert , and Pete Gandola sparking a brief drive the Diplomats cut the margin down to 33-22 before the Bullets spurted to a 45-33 lead at the half time inteimission King Tallies 15 During the final stanza of play Gettsyburg jumped into a 70-40 edge bef...
Diplomat _Mafmen Trounce Bucknell [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965
Diplomat _Mafmen Trounce Bucknell Fresh from posting a 29-2 triumph then joined Shimansky as F and Ms over Bucknell on Tuesday evening in a Mayser Gymnasium encounter ; Coach Roy Phillips varsity wrestlers will be pitted against New _Englands premier mat power , Springfield , in an away match tomorrow afternoon The victory over Bucknell brought the Diplomat record for the winter up to 2-1 Wood Records Fall Serving notice of things to come , Mike Wood and Saul Shimarasky registered pins on their opponents to give F and M a 10-0 lead only minutes after the match had gotten un ¬ derway Wood topped the Bison s Eric Steinberg in 6 : 18 while 130-pound Shimansky required only 1 : 50 to pin Kip _Pfe-tch and chalk up his third consecutive win without a setback Replacing the injured Bill Troop in 137-pound action , Tim Raymond made his varsity debut a pleasant one by trouncing Dave White , 9-2 . Coach Bill Yeomans Bisons narrawly averted a shutout when , the Big Blue s George Sohnyder went i...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 February 1965
Michael &amp; Marion invite you to their MANOR PLAZA RESTAURANT with its new addition THE MARION ROOM Delightful Dinners featuring delicious flavor crisp half chicken daily and Lasagna Thurs . &amp; Sat . Open 8 to 10 daily ; 9 to 9 Sunday Free parking—Manor Shopping Center
Hartman Dorm Dwellers Moved to Franklin Hall [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 February 1965
Hartman Dorm Dwellers Moved to Franklin Hall I The vacating of Hartman Hall s dormitory facilities tiansierred approximately 165 students to the north uin _« of the Benjamin llranklm Residence Hall , bunging occupancy of the $ 2 5 million _Itructure &gt; to about 390 students 1 The eighth-of-a-mile in length structuie is designed with two iesidence wings joined by a central at cade The _building has _thicc ftones and is of modern Geoigian aichitectuial design j No Halls The two wings provide li \ mg accommodations foi o \ _ei 400 students in eight student houses . The houses aic diuded into 22 suites , each housing 14 to 21 students Thiough this suite concept _, the long corridors and large giouping , impeisonal aspects long consideied disadvantages of student housing aie eliminated Each suite includes a lounge , kitchen , unit , refrigeratoi , hot and cold watei fountain and telephone booth Each wing has a laigc mam lounge , a library , a recreation aiea , and a complete \ ...
Ten Freshmen Chosen For Scholar Program [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 February 1965
Ten Freshmen Chosen For Scholar Program Out of thirty-eight applicants fioni the class of 1968 , the College _Scholai Committee selected ten for participation in the College Scholar Progiam Last year , fouiteen students were chosen from the class of 1967 , though iherc aie now fifteen in that group The Program , innovated by Professor Roger B Rolhn , was orginally created to free exceptionally blight students fiom taking distribution courses The scholar does not have to take a major , but is requited to take senior compiehensi \ e tests in his field of concentration Furthermore , he mav study advanced courses without ( hen normal prerequisites Four Seminars Tom College Scholai Seminars are the only couises which the scholar must take The scholar iecei \ es no marks , but is given an honois or a pass in each subject At the end of eveiv semestei . a lettei is sent to him vague1 ) suggesting his grades , but nevc . formally stating them An H 1 ( honois ) does not necessarily conespond ...
Fiedler To Discuss Faulkner At Topics Lecture Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 February 1965
Fiedler To Discuss Faulkner At Topics Lecture Tomorrow Dr Leslie A Fiedler , a well-knowr _wntei , poet and literary critic , will present the fifth lecture in this year ; Topics series tomoirow night Fiedler will kick off the new Writer of the Semestei program which will honor William Faulkner with a lecture at a coffee hour scheduled at 4 p m in the browsing room of the library Author of the vvidcly-recogmzed Love and Death in the American Novel , Fiedler will deliver the Topics address at Hensel Hall Professor Jamei V Card , chairman of the Writer of the Semester program , said that all persons in the College and community interested in Amencan Literature should find the two lectures especially appealing Card said the Faulkner observance during the rest of the semester will include a showing of the film version of Faulkner s Intruder in the Dust on March 3 , followed by a panel discussion , and a panel discussion April 8 of Faulkner s Light in August and The Bear . He noted that ...
Professor Butler To Present Next Student-Faculty Forum [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 February 1965
Professor Butler To Present Next Student-Faculty Forum Classics , Romantics , and Christians A Case Study will be the topic that Professor Harry Butler will discuss Thursday morning at 11 in the Green Room as part of the Student-Faculty Forum Series Butler will first attempt to show the attitude of each of these movements toward man and the human entcrpiise He will then take the points of view of the Classics and Romantics and compaie them with the Christian viewpoint . Concerned With Types The professor was careful to pick the nouns Classics and Romantics lather than Classicists and Romanticists , because he is concerned with certain fundamental peisonahty types lather than with the followeis of a liteiary school . He is tiying to indicate certain onentations towaid min and the human entcrpiise he is not concerned with the historical manifestations of basic _onentations Butlci will explain the lomantic and classic concepts of the human enterpi ise and i elate than to the Church He ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 February 1965
Reorganized CSA To Meet Tonight In Schnader Hall The newly reorganized Committee for Social Action vull hold its first meeting this evening at 7 in the main lobby of Schnader Hall All membeis of the student body and faculty aic invited to attend Last Novembei the CSA conducted the Fast for Freedom . A check of neaily $ 300 was forwarded to the Council of Federated Organizations in Jackson , Mississippi , as a result Steering Committee Since then , a steering committee of Leslie Lenkowsky , Calvin Baker . Joseph Fischgrund and James Cotton has been investigating aieas in which the CSA may be able to opeiatc this semester Projects included are on campus , community , state , national and international levels Though ambitious , the committee said , with a little woik , they can be accomplished These pioposals will be discussed at tonight s meeting . _&gt; nd committees _w II be formed to put them into effect Everyone , regardless of political pai tv affiliation or sympathy , is...