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Assorted Problem Face F&M Skahrs [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 February 1965
Assorted Problem Face F&amp;M Skahrs By ED RUBENSTEIN Inadequate facilities , academic problems , and a lack u _hnanch ha \ e contnbuted to casting a shadow over the future of P _wd \\ s hockey club , for nine years a victorious athletic _lepresei atnv of die college Sports Roundup Showing little of the drive which had produced a 66 point second half against Gettysburg last Wednesday , Coach Chuck Taylor s frosh basketball team dropped their fourth outing in 11 contests by bowing to undefeated Johns Hopkins , 92-75 , on Saturday evening . After having closed a 48-36 Blue Jay lead to 68-66 with 11 : 42 showing on the clock , F and M could manage only a field goal while the victors netted 20 points George Dreisbach paced the Diplomats with 13 points while Bob Kudelko and Ned Russell added 11 and 10 respectively . The yearlings travel to Lebanon Valley tonight and will be home to do battle with Dickinson on Thursday evening . The _February 16 issue ot the COLLEGE REPORTER will ...
I Sports I Scope [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 February 1965
I Sports \ I Scope In 1963 there were Bill Merriam , Pat Smartt , and Kirk Pendleton , last year Doug Kooh and John Gladdish were on the scene , and this winter it s Mike Caruso , Joe Pentore , and Bill Stuart \ y ho are establishing Lehigh as the early line favorite for the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association ( EIWA ) Championships to be held at Cornell on the weekend of Match 12-13 Perennially one _^^^^^^^ _Hj _^^ H of the nations _^^^ H 9 _^^^^| foremost mat _^^ HB | _mJJ _^^^ _B powers , the Engi- ^^^ _nl _|»^^ H | n e e r s captured HHHmHH 1 i | top laurels in the _^ _aH M _^ B EIWA festivities _^^^^^ ktl _^ l _^ _H year ago , and HHHiflHH figure on adding PeteKeers another team Sports Editor champ i o n s h i p and two or three individual titles to an already bulging list of Eastern winners which at this moment numbers 84 . For Coach Gerry Leeman the 196465 campaign has not been unusual in so far as his squad has trounced such regional powers as Syracuse , Pcnn State...
WERT SCORES 23 Diplomats Fall to Jays ; King Cops Cage Award [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 February 1965
WERT SCORES 23 Diplomats Fall to Jays ; King Cops Cage Award By MARK SKLARZ Rattling F and M with a full _, court press , Johns Hopkins spurted to a 14-3 lead and was never headed , sendin _? the Dips to their sixth successive setback , 74-60 , on . the Dips Appear Tonight The Dips , who will travel to Lebanon Valley tomght , were completely overwhelmed by the Blue Jays tight defense and were unable a great deal of the time to bring the ball into their own forecourt Johns Hopkins , taking full advantage of the F and M mistakes , connected on 17 of 36 shots in the first half , many of them easy layups produced by errant Diplomat passes F and M used a press of its own in the second half and narrowed the Jay halftime lead of 41-30 to as little as one at 51-50 , but two quick oops by Hopkins Harvey Fchwenzfier clinched the contest Fied V / ert , the Dips top scorer with a 14 8 average , paced all scorers with 23 points while Harvey Mahan tallied 17 to lead Tohns Hopkins King Praised The...
Dip Wrestlers Drop Meeting With Maroon [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 February 1965
Dip Wrestlers Drop Meeting With Maroon Saul Shimansky extended his cur rent win streak to foin i &gt; utthts to jegister the lone F and M Cton ! the _Diplomat wrestleis _Icl p _™ lc Springfield in a 20-5 met % ° n ltlf Maroons mats on Sati i \ ater noon Cheslock Tic , The only other brig ht &lt; f ° r thc Diplomats was sounded icn Sn Cheslock tied Bob _Walln- da 1 » his , 157-pound debut In &gt; _± clic loik compiled a 5-3 mai a frC 5 h man 147-pounder Cliff Dameron _avengi . - I 055 l 0 Shimansky of a year age topp _* Mike Wood 8-0 in the 1- _w nd op encr . After Shimansky had \ J 1 1 deison and John Cena c . _« d Q Raymond and Geoige S d cl and 8-0 respectively Cheslock then registc _« dKW wliile 167-pounder Ter Ho = t emr was knocked from the • ¦ ° _^ _undeJpatprl when he lxn ° Peraino , 4-2 Springfield rounded _oi . v with 177-pounder Joe C . _1 cCli ing Lew Zemsky 3-1 , am _&gt;^ Paul SchmuU edging pas . Scl ° _finrman S-4 _
Skaters Rally Nip Leopards [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 February 1965
Skaters Rally Nip Leopards Goalie Fran Mutti registered his second victory in as many starts this season as the F and M hockey team downed Lafayette , 3-1 , at the Heishey Arena on Saturday to move into a first place tie m the MAHA standings . Lafayette took an early lead on a goal by Ron Duffy and with Smith McGce handling the goalie chores held the Diplomats scoieless thioughcut the first period Capitalizing on Lafayette miscues whereby two of their players _weie watching the game from the penalty box , Mike Van _Beuien knotted the scoie 1-1 when he took a pass fiom Skcets Dunn and rifled the puck past McGee At 12 57 of the second frame Clint Crane tallied the game clinching goal on an assist from captain Jim Paik , and the Diplomats picked up an msuiance markei at 8 14 of the final penod when Bob Dennis diove in a shot from the short side
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 February 1965
I-F Notes Intramural Basketball Scores Pi Lamb 49 , Lambda Chi 44 ; Delta Sig 54 , Chi Phi 48 ; ZBT 76 , Seminary 29 ; Faculty 36 , Kappa Sig 29 ; Sig Pi 55 , Phi Sig 53 . Pi Lamb , Chi Phi , Delta Sig , Lambda Chi , and ZBT have all lost only once in I-F basketball action .
! Itudent Council To Re-evaluate Itself [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
! Itudent Council To Re-evaluate Itself ; indents Present Petition ; Seek No-Confidence Vote T 1 M A _1 _A _s _*~ -m _«¦ A — Yaggy Recommends Study After Council OK s Budgets _* _* _ By MARC M . SILBERT A petition for a referendum _signed by 51 students _calling foi the abolition of St . dent Council was presented to that body at its _meeting Wednesday _cvenmo ( Stc relaited story . ) _^ The _refeicndum text chafted by Phil Weiss 66 states In our opinion We , the follow ins ; students , hold that the Student Go _\ eminent winch is in effect on the Franklin and Mai shall College Campus is not one which uc would like to sec continued We piopose that the Student Council should be abolished along with the Constitution which defines this bod \ Force Evaluation Weiss told the REPORTER that the icfcienduin is aimed at foicing Council to evaluate _Usell and at piouding the students an oppoitumty to decide whcthei the present form cf istudent government on campus is deserving of a \ ote of c...
Vol 1 , No 45 tancaster Pa February 12 , 1965 Six Pages Managers , StudentsGenerally Favor Franklin Hall Single Eating Complex [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
Vol 1 , No 45 tancaster Pa February 12 , 1965 Six Pages Managers , StudentsGenerally Favor Franklin Hall Single Eating Complex By DICK SCHROT With the completion of the new central dining facilities in the Benjamin Franklin Residences , F and M has reestablished a single eating complex for all students — the fust since the days when Haitman Hall was the school s only dormitory In Line With Trend According to Stanley E Plummei . director of lcsidence halls , there is a trend in the building plans of most colleges today toward the establishment of a single dining complex , rather than having a separate cafeteria located in each dormitory _Pnor to January 4 , 1965 , the college operated three separate dining areas Plummei stated that the advantages far outnumbci the fev \ mconicniences of centiahzed eating the physical atmospheie of the new aica is a big nnpiovement , especially since the tray loom and the serving lines ire separated from the dining looms Fresh Food The manager of the ...
IFC Polishes Greek Week , Establishes Checking Comm [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
IFC Polishes Greek Week , Establishes Checking Comm Polishing anangements foi Gieel Week winch begins Maich 1 and establishing a committee of foui fiateimty presidents to check the enfoicement of rush and pledge niles weic the primary concerns of the in-tei-Fraternity Council at its meeting Wednesday night . Dance in Gym Bill KoJeszar , chairman of the social committee , announced that the limited space at the Host Motel foiccd the transfci of the dance Friday night . Maich 5 , to the Mayscr Gymnasium . The dance , featuring the Kingsmen , w ill be free to fraternity men and theii dates Independents may puichase tickets at five dollais pel couple Diess will be semi-formal The gym will be decorated by the Goldbach Co Tickets for the Saturday afternoon concert , which will feature performeis Nina Simone , Judy Collins and Dave Van Ronk , will be on sale beginning February 22 from 3-5 p m in the Campus Shop House Queens Houses aie requested to have the name , pictuic and pertinent lnfo...
EDITORIALS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
EDITORIALS Council Needs Change , Not Abolition Wednesday night s debate in Student Council on the students petition to abolish Council provided some interesting moments ,- bu 1 , it was on the whole inconclusive , as might have been expected under the circumstances . We agree with the petition presented Wednesday evening , but it suffers from the basic flaw that it is entirely negative . It proposes nothing to replace the present Council . This year s Student Council has been abysmally ineffective . 11 has seemingly done everything in its power to indicate to the campus that Council is indeed unnecessary . It has held only eight meetings this year , the last one before Wednesday s having been December 17 . The accomplishments of the body have been even less numerous than its meetings , and we are frankly beginning to wonder | ust what has gone wrong . As usual with an organization going downhill , Council has developed a small coterie of vociferous supporters who claim lhat the cam...
Tom Parker rr _y—r _' _-z-v-rr' _-rrr ' _-r ~ , ' I We Must Not Suppori I Those Who Oppose U [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
Tom Parker rr _y—r _ _-z-v-rr _-rrr _-r ~ , I We Must Not Suppori I Those Who Oppose U At home the foreign aid program is being challenged as to iti me . its and its actual use as a p lan to help most underdeve oped countries Theie are loughly three lca- , 0 . 13 win foicign aid is gncn ( 1 ) to gam mihtaiy bases in strategic locations to improve 0111 defense , ( 2 ) to win o \ cr small _countnes as our allies by assist ng them militarily and in economic develop ncnt and (&gt;) to iaise the standard of living and to give necessary health and _i-jfonal aids . Unfoi tunately we are dealing with many countnewestern colonialism 1 Das who have had a too recent past of and exploitation We a c assumed to be colon al-mindcd too thcugh we aie not These Countiies ha \ e to see the hard realities of international existence that they are not stiong enough to stand alone without the aid of some other counti &gt; Too piidcful to seek help fiom the West alone , they seek out the As...
Letters to the Editors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
Letters to the Editors li berals Arts at F&amp;M—Whos Kidding Whom ? To the Editors : Now in the third year of swallowing the idiotic concoction this college offers as an education , my stomach has rebelled I am forced to step back and take a look at things , and what meets the eye is by no means a comforting sight Franklin and Marshall is rather hopelessly muddled in an o \ erwhelmmg academic short-circuit By some peculiar process of educational evolution , this college is [ sic ] now arrived at the stage where subject matter seems subordinated to grades , and students are largely sidetracked to a wasteful sort of academic competition friend today remarked that if you want to learn anything here , you might as -Hell give up any hope of getting decent grades There is considerable truth m that comment Misconception of Grades It is a dangerous nd frightening misconception of the function of grades which has sei / cd the faculty here Our grading _system seems based on the premi...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
Hi repor ter Published _se-ni-weekly throughout the college year except for vacat by un dergraduates of Franklin and Marshall College , Lancaster , Pa , being exoon sion in 1964 of the Student Weekly , a union in 1915 of the Colle Sludenl founded in 1881 . and the r £ M Weekly , founded in 1891 The opinions of this | ournol are those of the editors and editor 1 rc do not represent official opinion Editors-in-chief David L _Hamson and Richard Kneedler News Editor Features Editor Spo c _di ° Marc Silbert Gordon Prager Pe _Keers Photography Ediloi Copy Editor Business ia 9 el Bruce . Helton Robert Siverling Pe _ Features Flic Ivanhoe , Assistant Editor , Dick Schubeit and Steve Sin Spec Staff , Dave Hval , Rick Owen , Tom Phillips , Gerald Pallor J ° hr Spence News : Tom Morris and Richard Signer , Assistant Editors , Ron Golds ) 1 | 1 : l ro Hoffman , Charles Mergentime , Richard Schrot , Mel Shandler , 1 . _$ vS Larry Bank , Paul Eisenberg and Ed Mathez Sports : Mark Sklarz , Dyke He...
Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
Letters to the Editor ( Continued from Page 2 ) fiom a grading system The blame , I willingly grant , belongs to no one group Whose fault the present situation is matteis but little The fact that ldatively little effort by the faculty uould serve to improve the situation makes their present stagnation inexcusable Learning Impossible Courses run according to pattern litre , and that pattern acts with piedictable regularity to grind students mto a position from which learning is impossible and ciamnnng becomes tlic only acceptable substitute The common practice of teaching couises with only a minimum of quizzes and tests , and the equally common practice ° f professors failing to learn even the names of the students , let alone the students themselves , serves to complicate _, the situation more yet In my three years here , I have yet to see an hourly exam announced less tan four days ahead This is possibly the most idiotic &lt; o ! all the idiotic practices I have ever seen G...
| f _ff . _" y ' _* ' ' COLLEGE REPORTER , FRANKLIN AND MAI ?/ V ke Yaggy - — - —< — I Why Not Let Viet Cong I Expand the War ? [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
| f _ff . _ y _* COLLEGE REPORTER , FRANKLIN AND MAI ?/ V ke Yaggy - — - —&lt; — I Why Not Let Viet Cong I Expand the War ? Last weekend , m response to an attack by the Viet JCc : _j , the Piesidenl oidcrcd an stnkcs against two bases Jin -. oith Viet-Nam After the strikes had been complctjed he United States announced that the air strikes were ¦ _iin &gt; aaliation and did not constitute an expansion of the _ ua &gt; For several months new President Tchnson has gone Ao _jicat lengths to stress the \ dmmistralion s desne not ; lo _expand the uar Bombing of taigcts in Noilh Vic i j Nam would constitute an expansion cf the uai , but the ( atlacks last weekend and on August after the Gulf of &lt; Tonkin incident weie limited and m _^ m _^^^^ m _^^ _mt , solely a retaliatory nicannc Bv _^^ I _^^ HBIIIiHH , these attacks we aie keeping ( lie _¦^^ HF _^ _^ _tB [ Viet Cong from csca _ ating then _Sr _^ BP _^*^ _JjU i guemlla war into a hnited uai _Kflv _** ...
Students Help Underprivilet ad In Lancaster Tutorial Proje is [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
Students Help Underprivilet ad In Lancaster Tutorial Proje is By BILL MALONEY Again this year , F and M students have been involved in a tutorial program in Lancaster coordinated through Chaplain Taylor . One project which has been an continuous existence since its inception last year is the Holiday House center Holiday House is half of a duplex on South Dulc Street , owned by the YWCA Supervised by Mrs Edward Coppei , Holiday House is concerned with students in the second through fourth grades in the Lancastei public schools Those students who want to come arc given remedial rcadang work by F and M students and interested Lancastrians Last Monday evening this leporter talked to Mrs Copper and some of the children who came for help Mrs Copper was enthusiastic about the woik being done there . However , she expressed concern for the dearth of students willing or able to tutor One of the thud grade girls expressed happiness with the Holiday House She said she likes to read , although ...