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Popular Harvard Profs V _^ u . _? fv _~< ur u > y w _t mi _vt » _&u y [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
Popular Harvard Profs V _^ u . _? fv _~&lt; ur u &gt; y w _t mi _vt » _&amp;u y CAMBRIDGE , M _4 SS ( CPS ) — Tuo hundicd _Hanaid stmlnm st an angry rally recently to piotest the dismissal of se \ eial popul _. u \ ouiu structors Didn t Meet Requirements The instnictois weie asked to leave the Um \ cisitv loi f . ulim ; to i depaitmental requirements of scholarly publication The University lefused a ! l comment , claiming that Jlan . ncls Pit » i Pusey was tied up in negotiations for purchase of the Boston Rul So \ could not be distuibed The controversy swirls around foui teacheis in the _Himoiv ul Kt ! . « Department who ha \ e published little . Herding of Students One an assistant piofessor , taught a populai couise m _tnl _\ Chibiiu but wrote nothing On mild days , he habitually shepheidccl his ili » ] small mountain for his lecture . Departmental officials charged that the lectures _ucu i _? mn m in scholarly manner and amounted to little _moic than scim...
Hartman Hall : Nostalgia for a D _, iy Outmoded , Unexpansible Build _ig [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
Hartman Hall : Nostalgia for a D _, iy Outmoded , Unexpansible Build _ig By ROBERT SIVERLING The lights have all gone off now in Hartman Hall , and while I realize that the dormitory was outmoded , unexpansible , dirty , and poor to live in , we can not help feeling a bit of sentimental regret The passing of what has become an institution , whether it is a building or a man , is a cause for some reminiscence and nostalgia Silence Those who have attended summer school here , or who have stayed through a vacation , know the terrible silence of a place normally filled with sound and people Hartman Hall ; s like that now Its corridors are empty and its rooms are beginning to gather dust I will never forget my first picture of the campus , when I was still a high school senior It was a spring day and the magnolia in front of the dormitory were m full bloom The trees are still there and will be in the spring But the qualities that made the scene exciting , the life and movement inside the...
Brittingham Charges Burch Ouster Was Scapegoat Play [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
Brittingham Charges Burch Ouster Was Scapegoat Play By RICK OWEN Professor George Brittingham feels that the resignation of Dean Burch as Republican National Committee Chairman is nothing unusual or extraordinary Many times it is the accepted policy of a party to replace its chairman after a campaign—whether successful or not To support this reasoning , Brittingham cited the replacement of Democratic chairman Henry Jackson after m Professor George Brittingham the victorious I 960 election Bnttmgham also pointed out that in any overwhelming defeat , such as suffered hy the Republicans , a scapegoat beyond the candidate is needed Burch was not responsible , but was asked to assume that responsibility Another interesting factor which Brittingham observed was the relationship between the former chairmans name and right wing extremism . He remarked that this might possibly have been a salient cause for Burch stepping aside . Brittingham claim : that Burch was not forced to resign , but t...
Waring To Star in Green Room Show of "Man for All Seasons " [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
Waring To Star in Green Room Show of Man for All Seasons By T . W . PHILLIPS Starring in the year s second Green Room production , Robert Boult s A Man for All Seasons , is senior Stephen Waring . Before coming to F and M , Waring had had much theatrical experience winch led him to try out for the part of the dauphin in The Lark during his freshman year , and the part proved to be one of the most enjoyable that he has played . The characterizations of men older than Waring himself have been among the actors most challenging roles As an example he cites the part of Shill in The Visit , a play showing man s beastly side when separated from , the protection of society Waring also mentions the part of Leontis in The Winter s Tale . In A Man For All Seasons Waring portrays the part of Sir Thomas More who must give up his integrity oi die Keeping More consistent and real throughout the play will require a great deal of concentration Waring says about the problem , It is a matter of believ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
Dr . Phillip Bedient To Serve in India In Special Program Di Phillip E Bedient , associate piofessor of mathematics , will serve as a mathematics consultant in India this summer in a special educational piogram being sponsored by the United States Agency for International Development One of Many Bedient is one of a number of American professors and secondary school teachers of mathematics , physics , chemistry and biology who have been invited to participate in the piogram by the government of India The professor is expected to be in India from June 1 to July 22 , teaching at an institute for college and university instructors at an Indian campus Staffing of each institute will be In-dian-American , though all instruction will be in English Altogether , American teachers will be participating in 50 such institutes on the secondary level , and 28 on the college level during the summei progiam in India . Planning Session Bedient will attend a planning session for the India project Mai...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 February 1965
New Dorm Offers Open House to Area The Benjamin Franklin Residences , I the open house . Tours of the building dedicated yesterday , will be presented for inspection by area residents during an open house this Sunday from 2-4 p m . We are hoping that manv community residents will take advantage of tins opportunity to tour the building and learn more about some of the latest concepts in student housing and dining facilities , President Spalding said in commenting on the event President Spalding and other college officials wiU be on hand to answer questions about the building during Mlll be conducted by a group of F and M students who are residence counselors and members of the College s Black Pyramid honor organization
Petition Stirs Up Controversy On Value of Student Council [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 February 1965
Petition Stirs Up Controversy On Value of Student Council By RONALD GOLDSTEN The lecent action of Phil Weiss , 66 in forming a petition for the abolition of Student Council and its constitution has stirred up opinion among the student body and the administration on the actual need for this organization Students Should Decide Hadley S DePuy , dean of students , feels this is something the students should decide among themselves Depuy did not understand the comment made by Mike Yaggy , president of the Student Council , when Yaggy informed the Council that it could not be abolished by a student referendum because it had been established by the faculty and administration Accoiding to DePuy , the Student Council w as established by the student association which includes all full-time students of F and M . It receives , in addition , its authority from the President of the College He affirmed that the administration would work with any oiganuation lepiesentative of the student associatio...
gPeart Fund Establishes _tTen $ 2200 Aid Grants [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 February 1965
gPeart Fund Establishes _tTen $ 2200 Aid Grants I Ten scholarships made possible bv the estate of _Washington _iBoro , Pa aitist Caroline Peart , and \ allied at $ 2200 apiece , will be awarded for the first time by F and M befoie the end of Febiuaiy Reporting to the _college board of tiustces at a _meeting last Fnday , President Keith Spaldim _? said that $ 537 , 277 , _lepicscntmsr Miss Pearts cntne estate , has now been added to the _college endowment , theieby _establishing The John Peait Foundation in memoiy of Miss Peart s fathei Interest from the new scholaiship foundation is expected to piovide for a / t least ten scholaiships a year at piesent lates and _chaises Tuition Plus Expenses Each scholarship will cover the present full annual tuition of $ 1700 [ n addition , each winner will receive i $ 500 grant to help offset expenses for room , board , books , etc The icholarships will be effective for the iecond semester now in progress Spalding told the trustees that , under t...
Students , Faculty Discuss Crisis in South Viet Nam [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 February 1965
Students , Faculty Discuss Crisis in South Viet Nam By TOM MORRIS With Chaplain Robert Taylor acting as moderator , Professors Charles Haynie , Will Lyons and Victoi Falkenheim discussed their opinion on the United States policy touaids Viet Nam at a foium last Friday Each professor made an opening statement , after which ensued a lively and vigorous questioning peiiod bv students , faculty and the other panel members Considering the lisk of fighting a nuclear war in behalf of defending democracy , Haynie emphasized that Viet Nam is a non-democratic country , run by a dictator who was selected by the Americans , and not by the South Vietnamese Since the people of Viet Nam are ignorant of democratic principles and ideology , and since ( according to Walter Lippmann s figure ) 75 r / r of the Vietnamese favor the Viet Cong . Haynie argued that the United States should leave Viet Nam the _Vietnamese know neither who their leaders aie noi what the ideology is for uhicn they are fighting...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 February 1965
Correction was incorrectly stated in the r -uary 9 edition of the REp _iTER that Dr . Roger B . Rol- i J &gt; vas the innovator of the Col- j ( c Scholar program . I he paper has been informed j the Scholars program is the ] I 1 uct of a number of persons , inc mg students , faculty and adr - strators .
Butler Discusses French Christian at Last Forum [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 February 1965
Butler Discusses French Christian at Last Forum By DICK SCHUBERT Professor Harry Butler delivered a Student-Faculty Forum lecture last Thursday entitled Classics , Romantics , and the Christians : A Case Study . He opened bv deiming the classic as a man . who knows what is not to be done and does not do it Butler continued by saying that the classic is convinced that man is in opposition to nature , represented as wild and bestial The classic feels that man is above nature and can mold It , humanizing the world The romantic , on the other hand , considers himself part of nature . Butler noted that the Romantic feels that society hinders man from doing that which is natural to him The romantic must have complete , unfettered freedom , the professor claimed , so that he must be eternally adaptable and changingExtreme Positions Butler went on to define the extremes of both these types The extreme classic , he said , is completely serene and will exist m a totally static environment He ...
Comment [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 February 1965
Comment Council : A Editors note : The following Comment explains the reasoning behind the opinion poll which will be taker , March 10 by the Student Council The poll states : In our opinion : We the following students , hold that the _Stu dent Government which is in effect on the Franklin ana Marshall College Campus is not one which we would like to see continued We propose that the Student Council bhould be abolished along with the Constitution which defines this body Mr Weiss , drafter of the petition , presented it to Council last Wednesday Here he defines what he believes the purpose of the poll is and what he hopes will be accomplished by it Bj PHIL WEISS Many people have lefened to me as an anarchist and the staff of the COLLEGE REPORTER has stated that I—or rather fifty-one students— am offering no alternative for the piesent Student Council in the petition for referendum which was placed before Student Council last Wednesday evening These people are not viewing the present ...
Clarificatiot [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 February 1965
Clarificatiot meaningful Alternatives Important The alternatives seem to be the key _lssu | hL hop , • of the students who submitted the pcuiioi 5 thai t y student body will give a no-confidence von ,, i tin , irf and thus show their dispeasuie with tins pi , un _sci-tu Then the Student Council can evaluate tin if suit , anc take the issue to its logical conclusion I lv _i _^ ical ion elusion is what constitutes the _alternative —After evaluation of its poweis , _function , uid pur ™ &lt; the Student Council will throw out the _pitscm Con stitution and draw up one which gtu-, tin . sm \ m government the power to function as it mis fit In virtue of the fact that the Fiankhn and _Marshall College is mainly made up oi _, and sol ()\ i 0 ) i &gt; students We arc the purpose of all iIum . buld . nsfaculty members , and jumoi executives m East Hall The Student Council should be able to stuid up and lepresent the students on an equal par with tin . \ rj ministiation , Facul...
[ H REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 February 1965
[ H REPORTER 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 of the College Sluden * founded in 1881 , and the F&amp;M Weekly , founded in 1891 The opinions of this | ournal are those of the editors and editorial board and do nol represent official opinion Editors-in-chief David L Harrison and Richard Kneedler News Editor Features Editor Sports Editor Marc Silbert Gordon Prager Peter Keers Photography Editor Copy Editor Business Manager Bruce _^ Helton Robert Siverlmg Pefer Levitin Features : Eire * Ivanhoe , Assistant Editor , Dick Schubeit and Steve Singer , Special Staff , Dave Hval , Rick Owen , Tom Phillips , Gerald Pallor , and John Spence News : Tom Morris and Richard Srgner , Assistant Editors , Ron Gotdsrein , Richard Hoffman , Charles Mergentime , Richard Schrot , Mel Shandler , Clark Silver , Larry Bank , P...
Sigma Xi Speaker Friday [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 February 1965
Sigma Xi Speaker Friday A leading theorist in the field of quasi-stellar radio sources , Dr George B Field , associate professor of astrophysical sciences at Princeton University , will speak at a dinner meeting of the F and M chapter of The Society of the Sigma Xi this Friday at 6 : 30 pm . in Hartman Hall . Field s topic will be Quasars—Exploding Galaxies ? Active In NASA A member of the _Planetology Sub Committee of the NASA . Space Science Boaid , Field has been active in radio astronomy and recently in investigations of planetary atmospheres . His ideas have appeared m publications including Scientific American and the New York Times , and has written numerous book reviews for The American Scientist . Members of Sigma Xi may make reservations for the dinner by contacting DiER Wist at the Psychology Department , Extension 251 by today .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 February 1965
Philosophy Club A Philosoph y Club meeting will be held tomorrow at 7 : 45 in the Anspach Room of the library . Dr . Robert E . Gehrins ; er , profersor of philosophy at Bryn _Mawi College , will speak on the topic , What Is Philosophical Truth ? . Gehringer holds the Ph . D . from Harvard University , has taught at many _colleges and universities , and has published many articles in journals , including The Journal of Philosophy All interested persons are invited to attend .
Surprise Pick Emerges From Confusion [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 February 1965
Surprise Pick Emerges From Confusion if _. _Ajr column marks the initiation of a COLLEGE REp _JRTER sports feature whereby once a month a student 01 lenity member will be invited to discuss some aspect of _thi n- _* onal sports scene . ) Spring will soon be here and once again _sportsunten ai ! over the nation will sit down at their typeuntcrs and attempt to predict the outcome of the National and \ mencan League pennant races Invariably , the sportswriters will predict the American League winner first . This takes approximately two seconds ; the time necessary to type a seven letter word _beginning with Y . A coin flip determines whether Baltimore or Chicago will take second place with the loser occupying the third position . The rest of the teams will be listed in a haphazard manner , for the sportswriter must save himself for the acute intellectual experience looming ahead , the prediction of the National League winner and the order cf the first division finishers . Back in the e...