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Comment : Programs To Find the Qualified Negro [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 19 February 1965

Comment : Programs To Find the Qualified Negro By RUSS McINTOSH John Smith is an 18-year old Negrc living in Mobile , Alabama . He wil graduate from high school this June Upon finishing school he is not quite certain what ihe will do , maybe join the Army . His parents have to scant degree or another discouraged him There are five other children in his family and family resources are extremely limited . He is uncertain , even if he could go to college , whether he could be a success . As it will turn out John -will newer receive any further formal education during Jhis life He will join the ranks of unskilled workmen and possibly end up a burden to his society Tragedy However , there is a tragedy heic John has an IQ of 140 . Every indication is that he would be capable of performing on nearly any college campus in the country . Yet John will never fill out an application for ad ¬ . There is a genuine problem , not only for John but for every citizen of the United States . In the obs...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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Griswold Labels American Attitudes Toward Negro a "National Neurosis _" [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 19 February 1965

Griswold Labels American Attitudes Toward Negro a National Neurosis _ ( CPS)—American attitudes toward the Negro amount to a national neurosis , which can only be expected to yield with long _and pitUent Ucatment , according to the dean of the Harvard Law School But the dean , Erwin N Griswold , a member of the United States Civil Rights Commission , said he thought the nation is slowly moving toward this goal Though we have always detested the caste system of India , he said , the fact is that since Emancipation we have clearly maintained a caste system m the United States . , Untouchable For many citizens of our country , the Negro is the untouchable , and these citizens react accordingly This is not solely a Southern problem by any means But the neuiosis is more pervasive , more deep-seated , more disabling , in the South generally speaking , than in other parts of the country , he said . Griswold termed this disability as one of the greatest handicaps of the country . It would b...

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REPORTER To Interview Candidates for Student Council [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 February 1965

REPORTER To Interview Candidates for Student Council The editorial boaid of the REPORTER will interview candidate and endorse a slate foi the Maich 1 C Student Council election The policy of the boaid will be tc punt an impartial summary of the qualifications and backgiound of each candidate who appeais foi an ir 1- • view In addition , an editonal statement suppoiting particulai candidates will be included with the boaid s justifications and _icasons foi Us decision Both will be punted Maich 9 Interview Necessary Those candidates who do not jttend an interview will merely be listed in the papci In older to obtain the REPORTERS cndoisement a candidate must airange foi an interview by : allmg Richaid Signei , assistant news _? ditoi . between 7-8 pin at 393-4549 The fust interviews will be tonight Donald Campion , America Editor , To Speak Today The Rev Donald R _Cimpion S J , an assocate editor of America who cnveied the 1963 and 1964 sessions of the Vatican Ecumenical Council in Ro...

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W . Willard Wirtz To Lecture About Manpower Revolution [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 February 1965

W . Willard Wirtz To Lecture About Manpower Revolution U S Secretary of Laboi W Willard Wirth will speak on The Nation s Manpowci Revolution at F and M this Thursday Wnth who was appointed Secretary of Labor by President Kennedy August 30 , 1962 , will dehvet the North Lecture at Henscl Hall at 8 15 pm The North Lectuic established in 1937 under the will of the late Hugh M Noith Lancaster attorney and financier , to bung distinguished speakeis on public affairs to the college campus , is a free public lecture Settled Srike \ long with Secietary of Commeice John T Connoi and Senatoi Wayne Moisc of Oiegon , Sccrctaiy Wilt / served on a , special presidential panel that proved instrumental in settlmq the month-long waterfiont strike last week With the piei deadlock and othei critical labor matters brewing , Secrctaiy Wirt / was _descubed lecently by laboi columnist Victor Riesel as a sleepless man who has been briefing the Piesidcnt _peisonally and regulai1 > Legal Concerns ...

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Student Opinion Split On All-Campus Election [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 February 1965

Student Opinion Split On All-Campus Election By EDMOND MATHEZ \ n amendment to the Student Council bi-laws pioposed last _. cincstci _calling foi the direct election of the Council executive boaicl , _\ ill be piesented to the student body in a lefeienduin Maich 10 II passed , the ctficcts ol the Council will be elected by the entnc student body after their nomination by the Council At piescnt . Council elects its own officers Proposed by Rich and Braun The lderenclum was fust pioposed bv Da \ id _Biaun and Paul Rich It stipulates that the Council will nominate two of its niembeis foi each of five executive boaid positions president , vicc-picsi-dent _, lecording secictary , _coiresponding seactary and ticasuiei Council members not nominated will ha \ e the _n » ht to urn ioi oflice by presenting a petition signed b _% one-thud of the student body ( See REPORTER , _Novcmbei 17 ) The REPORTER has polled student opinion about this lelei- - ¦ ndum Among the students contacted , lndilfe...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 February 1965

McCaskey Seniors Register for English Classes at F and M Nine McCaskey High School seniois aic beginning a college-level English couise at F and M as participants in the second scmestei of LEEP , the Lancastei English Ennchment Piogram All nine students weie cniolled late last month in English 10 , _Literatuie and Composition , the basic English couise v \ hich is lcquircd foi all undergraduates - \ s was the case with nineteen McCaskev seniois who took ithe course last fall when LEEP was initiated , the high school students this semestei will be expected to fulfill the same assignments and take the same tests as the college fieshmen in each class Advance Look Students who successfully complete the couise not only receive an advance look at college work , but have piobably impiovcd then chances of being admitted to the college of dieu choice , and may possibly _leceue advanced placement in college , accoiding to Di Rogei B Rollin , Acting Chairman of the English Department Rollin ha...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 February 1965

Richard A . Mazarra Writes Introduction To Travel Narrative Piofessoi Richaul A Ma / 7 aia of the Fiench department has wntten the mtioduction to the fust English tianslation of Concoloicorvos El Laztiullo : A Guide for Inexperienced Travelers between Buenos Aires and Lima Relating the humoious expeiiences and encounteis of the postal loutes between Buenos \ iics and Lima duimg . the late eighteenth century , the book has been tcimed one of the liveliest narratives of the Colonial _peiiod El Lazatillo ti inslated by Waltei D Kline the chairman of the department of foieign languages and literatuie at California State College _, _offers insight into social customs and Spanish colonialism of that time

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 February 1965

Math Lecture rofessor Charles Haynie will ! cnt a lecture entitled Lie bras and Physical Applicathis evening at 7 : 30 in S t Hall , S-108 .

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Georgetown Prof Labels as Inefficient Birth Control Arguments of the Church [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 February 1965

Georgetown Prof Labels as Inefficient Birth Control Arguments of the Church A Georgetown Univeisity piofessor of Theology recently termed the Catholic Church s _atgumcnts against bnth control as completely inefficient The professoi , Louis Dupie , told a Notic Dame symposium on the subject that although the Chuich might have Che conect stand its method of explanation is faulty I myself ha \ e no position on this , Dupre said I w ill wait until the Church speaks out But right now , it is a pioblcm to be discussed Dupie s view was shaied by Di John Higgins , a professoi of clinical psychiativ at St Louis Univeisity Di _Higgms also spoke on the psychological and physiological problems invoked in . the use of the lhythm method of contraception , which he teimed as unnatuial as any aitificial method of birth contiol The maniage act is the essence of the lelationship of persons united in the state oi ma . ma . gc , he sajd Rhythm , if only foi a short period of time a month , fosters the ...

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Waring , Enscoe , Lighting Shine In Latest Green Room Offering [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 February 1965

Waring , Enscoe , Lighting Shine In Latest Green Room Offering By BILL MALONEY The Green Room s latest success opened to a near capacity house last Thursday evening The new production , Robert Bolts drama A Man for all Seasons , fulfilled all our hopes foi an excellent show Sir Thomas More The play tells the stoiy of Sir Thomas More , Henrv VIITs Chancellor More s courage in lesistmg the efforts of Henry and his administrator to force him to accept in writing the act of Parliament which gives Hemy authoiity in the Church and allow s his divorce of Queen Kathenne is the point of focus in the drama The Constant Factor Bolt points out that men who wish to be the constant factor in any situation must have the foiesiglit to get out of the way of administrative convenience of accepting a drastic fate The coinage of their convictions only points up the shallowness of those who capitulate without conviction This Bolt says , is dangerous Undei tlie direction of Piofessoi Edward Brubaker , th...

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( &tBBk ( _gleanings [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 February 1965

( &tBBk ( _gleanings by TOM GIPSON Delta Sig . Congratulations go to Bi othei s Ramer and Parse on their Coup Where s the raid pledges ? Mary can t make up Ins mind between Hood or Penn State Heaits , John OHara , and Ian and Sylvia are the latest pursuits of Delta Sig Congrats also go to Dave Paise and Dick Webei on their _Brotheiuation this week T \ is going out to pasture of late Anyone for roasted parakeet I hat was a nice song pledges ZBT . Belated congratulations to Ron Osei and the book , H G , on their almost forgotten pinnings Seems as if M S . is only member of hoop squad to benefit from coach , result - 1 technical and 2 fouls all m only 1 minute of action M F from Hairisburg has gotten an \ -ok rating P D R sav s no cocktail party this vear 1 Come , come , old bov , can t disappoint vour fans , especially m an election month - credible anumng . 606 did it _aeain ! Congrats to the swimming hawk , old Skinhead , the Breaststioker and B S for their fine performa...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 February 1965

Hi Wporter Published semi-weekly throughout the college year except for vacations by un dergraduates of Franklin and Marshall College , Lancaster , Pa , being an expansion in 1964 of the Student Weekly , a union in 1915 of the College Student founded in 1881 , and the F&M Weekly , founded in 1891 The opinions of this | 0 urnal are those of the editors and editorial board an * _, do not represenr official opinion _Editsrs-in-chief David L Harrison and Richard KneecMer News Editor Features Editor Sports Editor Mare Silbert Gordon Prager Peter Keers Photography Editor Copy Editor Business Manager Bruce _Ihellon Robert Siverling Peter Levitin Features Elic * _Kanhoe , 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 Signer , Assistant Editors , Ron Goldstein , Richard Hoffman , Charles Mergentime , Richard Schrot , Mel Shandler , Clark Silver , Larry Bank ,...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 February 1965

Silent Film Grass \ First Documentary Set for Tomorrow Grass , the fust documentary film made , will be presented by the sociology and amthiopology department tomorrow evening at 7 in Hensel Hall The silent movie gives a vivid and interesting account of the Bachtian peoples of Iran , a nomadic , pastoral group Shown primarily for the College Scholars and sociology department majors , the film is open to the public , _w ith students being admitted fiee

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 February 1965

Spanish Club The Spanish Club will meet Thursday night at 6 : 45 in the Anspach Room of the Library . Professoi John M . _Cavenaugh of the art department will showslides of examples of Latin Amercan architecture . Refreshment * will be served . All interested students aie invited to attend .

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FROSH ROUNDUP Diplomat Frosh Squads Continue Winning Ways [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 February 1965

FROSH ROUNDUP Diplomat Frosh Squads Continue Winning Ways By ED RUBENSTEIN and ALAN COHEN Hie F and M ficshman basketball _, swimming , and wrestling teams continued then wining ways last week chalking up foui victories without a _tas between them Russell _Scoies 19 Paced by Ned Russell s 19 points and 17 lebounds the Diplomat cageis domed Stevens Trade , 74-56 , in avenging an eailv season loss to the Iiadesmen Joining Russell in topping the _F and M attack which netted its twelfth uin in _sixteen contests wcic Mike Wlebach with 11 points and George Drcisbach and Dick Distel , both with ifl markers Coach Chuck Tayloi s club will be at home tonight against Washington College and close out the campaign on Thursday evening at Gettvsbuig Swimmers Romp \ dding to the pleasuic of watching Ins vaisity sailing along with a 9-C ltroid , Diplomat swim coach Geoigc _MtOinncss dnected his fiosh squad lo their fifth consecutive win when thev lomped ovei Johns Hopkins bv a 67-13 count Flic F and...

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Hoppner Topples Mark As Swimmers Triumph [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 February 1965

Hoppner Topples Mark As Swimmers Triumph By MARK SKLARZ Stioking then way to first and second places m all nine individual events and easily capturing the two lelavs _F and M piepaied loi then Little Three meet with Gettysburg and Dickinson at the Red Devil s pool tomonow by swamping an outclassed Johns Hopkins team , 86-9 , at Fackenthal Pool on Saturday The highlight ol the loute was cocaptain Nick Hoppnci s pool recoid in the 200-yaid indi \ idual medley , lowenng his foimei lecoid of 2 18 5 to 2 : 18 1 Dips Jump Out The Dips jumped light off . to a 7-0 advantage as the medley relay team of Pete Keller , Jeff Ramei , Phil Dickinson and Tim Moise paddled home in 4 20 5 Skip Hooper , the Dips outstanding fieestvler then gaineied a first an the 200- } aid fiecst > lc . the initial time this season he has appealed in this event , as he swam home ahead of teammate John Sliei- \ un in 2 01 5 The sophomoie contingent of Rogei Gamson and Bob Stem ga \ c the Blue a one-two fini...

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Icemen Edge Lehigh Sextet [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 February 1965

Icemen Edge Lehigh Sextet r and M s hockcv team oveicamc a 2-1 deficit at the end of the fust period as captain Jim Paik scoied foui goals to lead Ins teammates to a 7-5 victory o \ ei Lehigh in a contest at Hcishcv on Satuidav 1 he Diplomats Ken Hcim opened up the sconng to gi \ e F and M a 1-0 lead Moments latei , _howevei , Lehigh captain Mike Pans sank the equalizer and at 7 -15 of the fust pcilcd the Engineers Ed Hoffman dropped in a score to put the visitois ahead Park Ties Score Paik opened up the second fiamc with a buist by lapping in two tallies on passes fiom Mike Van Beuien and Clint Crane before a minute of play had elapsed Goals bv Paik and Ciane then ga \ c the Diplomats a 5-1 lead befoic Lehigh s _Ciaig Tannei beat F and M goalie Neil _ i oung on a lcbound by Wayne Littleficld at 12 52 _[ uniot Skects Dunn countcied with a talk on an assist fiom Paik at 13 20 to put the Diplomats ahead bv a 6-3 margin at the end of the second pcilod Defense Holds Paik legisteied F an...

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