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The Firebugs' To Open Thursday ; A Hell of A Good Play ' -Brubaker [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 14 April 1964

The Firebugs To Open Thursday ; A Hell of A Good Play -Brubaker By PAUL EISENBERG It s a hell of a good play , said Director Ed Brubaker about The Firebugs , the last Green Room production of the current season , which opens Thursday in the Green Room threater and will run . until April 25 Written in 1959 by Max Frisch , a Swiss-German playwright , and translated by Mordecai Gorelic , the play is geared to the college students , someone who is willing to take something a little different Unconventional Play The Firebugs is unconventional in that modern audiences are not familiar with the form ; the play combines conventions from diffeient eras in addition to some modern parts According to Brubaker , the theme of The Firebugs is The inability of men to deal with evil because they close their eyes to it The story line can be applied to the growth of totalitarian government , the problems involved with the atom bomb , and by extension to race relations The play is about the general hab...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
mouncil OKs Plans Wm _ _ [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 14 April 1964

mouncil OKs Plans Wm _ _ tor Room Allotment presentatives To Be Sent It ) New Nat 1 Student Group III By RICHARD SIGNER _^ _faS At its last meeting the Student Council endorsed recommendations of the administration for room allocations and voted to send representatives to a convention forming a new national student 01ganization . _^ 111 Dave Braiin _, chairman of the evaluations committee , presented . tojthe Council a plan for room allocations which was drawn up by tnefAssistant to the Dean of Students James Doiemus . ( See related _article ) . t _S | i The plan states that all seniors who desire rooms will get them _Qne-hedf of the lcmaining rooms will go to juniois and the other half-to sophomores . Also any gioup wishing to live together in the new dorm may do so IgipThe majority of the Council members spoke in favor of the administrations plan . Professor Brittingham , the new faculty advisor to the Council , ques _> tioned whether it was judicial to give the seniors...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 14 April 1964

to remus Gives lew Schedule _5 gr Room Sign-up _-SMi _ . James C Doremus , assistant To || ne Dean of Students , has announced the registration procedures fo 1 || ormitory rooms for the academic yeaare | l 964-65 . JJ uhiors ( Class of 1965 ) will register || rst , sophomores ( Class of 1966 ) next ! and then freshmen ( Class of 1 9 & |) All juniors will be accommodated . Of the rooms remaining after !; juniors register , 50 % will be reserved for sophomores and 50 % for freshmen . _st udents who wish to remain in the _roomfthey presently occupy will have _thjjlopportumty to register for that robinton the day scheduled for their claSsjfregistration , but prior to open registration If that room has already b eeff | chosen by another student , the individual will register for another _roonjfwith his classmates at the time designated for open registration ¦ _AGjoups of students who wish to _livegogether in the new dormitory should submit a list of names to Mr . James _^ C D...

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Sagal Investigates , Describes Demonic Feeling in Jackson [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 14 April 1964

Sagal Investigates , Describes Demonic Feeling in Jackson ED NOTE The folloiving article by Instructor David Sagal closes the series of reports from the fact-finding tnp to Tougaloo Southern Christian College and Jackson , Mississippi . By MR . DAVID SAGAL Jackson , Mississippi , is a modern clean city . Its downtown section is typical of many American cities , population 100 , 000 or so , white buildings , giass-fiont stores jammed close to one another . The state capital , which resembles the national capital , is surrounded by a _laige green aiea full of tices and bright yellow and red flowers . One doesnt have to stay long before the tense , demonic atmosphere wears in After two days I found myself jumping involuntarily ¦ uhenever a police car passed or a suen sounded One begins to notice Negroes bowing , turning their heads to the side as they pass Whites on the street , the strange hidden looks after the customary Yes Sir , Yes Ma am , the stuttering and stammering , the nervo...

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SUB ' s Spring Weekend to Feature Phoenix Singers in Concert , Dance [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 14 April 1964

SUB s Spring Weekend to Feature Phoenix Singers in Concert , Dance By BOB SIVERLING The SUB s spring weekend , to be held this Saturday in Mayser Gymnasium , will feature the Three Travelers and the Phoenix Singers in concert , followed by a dance with the Exciteis and the Prophets . The concert will begin at 8 pm and will continue to approximately 9 : 30 , when there will be an intermission at which time refreshments will be served . The dance will begin at 10 Admission is one dollar per person for the entire evening The concert will be the familiar blanket on the floor type . Phoenix Singers The Phoenix singers who appeared heie earlier this year , are a calypso and folk-singing group _w ho went ovei very well They aie a composite group Roy Thompson is a Jamaican who studied at C C N Y and in England and formed part of the Harry Belafonte troupe , as did all three members of the group . Ned Wright is an Ohioan who has studied at the Julhard School of Music and did yeoman service w...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 14 April 1964

Aid Policy Bankrupts Brain Bank President Spalding s testimony before the Senate Labor and Public Welfare education subcommittee last Thursday officially placed F and M behind the Hartke Bill now being studied which would extend the National Defense Education Act through 1966 and increase available funds for student loans to $ 250 million . We support this stand completely . As the President pointed out , many colleges today f ace a vicious circle of raising tuitions to meet the institutions needs , then raising students stipends to offset the increased tuitions . While this cycle may at first appear to be nothing more than the result of inflation , the consequences of such spiralling spending are far more profound . Colleges and universities throughout the country , including F and M , are faced with the necessity of increasing their enrollment to meet the constantly ( increasing number of college aspirants caused by the population explosion which began in the _1940 s . This situat...

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S . C . Approves Allocation Proced ire ; Plans to Check New Student Group [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 14 April 1964

S . C . Approves Allocation Proced ire ; Plans to Check New Student Group ( Continued from Page 1 ) room allocation plan by a vote of 18 to 2 The Council next engaged in heated debate on whether to send representatives to a convention forming a new national Student Council Organization . This Organization , which has no name at present , was brought about by the Student Council presidents of several universities in the country Yaggy s Letter There are twenty-three schools which are sponsoring this convention , to be held at Washington University in St Louis this weekend The only eastern school among the sponsors is Princeton . In a letter written to Mike Yaggy , the sponsors of this convention presented a resolution which summed up die intentions of the organization . The resolution states , The purpose of this organization is to open channels for communication and cooperation among the student government of American colleges and univeristies It is directed to the individual student...

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Club Debates Recognition , UN Admission of Red China [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 14 April 1964

Club Debates Recognition , UN Admission of Red China By BRUCE MONES The topic of last Friday s meeting of the International Relations Club was whether Communist China should be admitted to the United Nations and whethei it should be recognized by the United States . Of the ten to twelve members in room M-100 two fairly distinct view points emerged . Chinese Admission Those that favored Red Chinese admission to the U . N . also tended to favor its recognition by the U . S The majority of the membeis were of this opinion . They gave a variety of reasons for their persuasion . They admitted that China s frankly aggressive foreign policy is counter to the U . N . charter but they asserted that there would be more to gam by Chinese admission to the U . N than to lose . Advantages of Chinese membership ranged from the opinion held by most that 700 million people could not be ignored and other aggressive states like the United Arab Republic were also members of the UN with no particularly ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 14 April 1964

Class Office Petitions Available - Due Friday Petitions are now available in the Dean of Students Office for the offices of President , Vice-Pres-ident , Treasurer , and Secretary of _ths Classess of 65 , 66 , 67 . Fortyfive signatures are required to obtain a nomination for a class office . No petitions will be accepted aftei 4 : 00 p . m . Friday . Anyone seeking a nomination must petition for that office , with the exception of incumbents . Class Office elections will be held on Wednesday , April 29 from 8 : 00 a . m . to 4 : 00 p . m . in front of the Campus House .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 14 April 1964

WWFM Feature Tomorrow at 6 : 30 p . m . WWFM will feature a discussion with Dr . Lindley J . Stiles , Dean of the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin . Dean Stiles discusses the problems of education in our big , Metropolitan complexes as dealt with in his new book , Education and Urban Society .

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Investigator Saga I Describes Jackson , Miss . s Demonic Air [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 14 April 1964

Investigator Saga I Describes Jackson , Miss . s Demonic Air ( Continued from Page 1 ) sissippi , inquired about our trip and plans in Jackson , then warned us thai it wouldn t be safe to walk into the Negro section of town We were practically unnoticed in the crowded COFO office . Phones were ringing , five typewriters and an electric mimeograph machine were in use Students were discussing final plans for a picket line and voter registration in the neighboring community of Greenwood ( The drive was successful Over 600 Negroes were registered and the third picket line m two years : had been established Picketing is illegal in Mississippi ) Two days previous , two workers , in a car known by the Jackson police , had been followed on the highway by a patrol car , led to a side road , ordered out of the car , kicked , roughed , jabbed in the ribs with police clubs I didn t blink an eye This made the policemen very angry . said one Perjury Charge A young girl there faces another trial a...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 14 April 1964

jtMlege Suggests Memorials iff Honor of Dr . Elias H . Phillips _sffiuast February 16 , at the age ol 55 fp | br Elias H . Phillips , former chairman of the F and M Department ofSEnglish died Since Professor Rhillips death , - _^ - „ . _^ . _SSH what 6 V f Dr . E . H . Phillips memorial might Ke | lstabUshed in his name . _^ Chough the College does not want tb * bel restrictive with respect to contr iButions given in honor of Professor Phillips , it has been decided that in general , contributions Mill be used foi the following purposes Two Purposes 1 ) The College Will establish the Elias H Phillips Scholarship Fund foi students in the Humanities 2 ) The College will name for him the library loom m the dormitory presently under construction The College is exploring the possibility of commissioning a portrait of Professor Phillips for this library loom , which will contain a plaque designating it as the Elias H Phillips Reading Room The College is taking steps to notify alumni and f...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 14 April 1964

fak ( _Steatmtgs pa Sig : Pledges produce party Weekend was a leal blast with pagce par perfection : Snyder doesn t a haynde Friday night and a picnic _screiech—he goes beige Congrats tc BorofCroyle , Joe Doherty , and Glen Yocixm on their selection as dorm counselors for next year ONeill found a muffler someplace—complete with j safterburncr It wasn t a tram that | hit Windy s door _;^ _K | Lamb : Congratulations to Bob Lewy on becoming a member of Phi _BetalSK . appa Dick Wiener was eood forOTie pledge class Yea Wienei Cong ratulations to the new brothers AbrainsF Axelrod , Brand , Cheer-man , Clarke , Cooper , Feigenbaum , Fischgrund , Goldberg , Goldblatt , Hecht , Hgr te Kroll , Leff , Magidson , Newmark , Novom , Silver , Siman , Sumberg amdfZnnmerman How great are BarclajgBayer , Brush , and Byrne _¦ _J ifPhi Kap : Dual congratulations _aic extended to Brother Gipson on his recent pinning and his election to the pos || fof I F C J B secretary Spang Saturday afternoon followed...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 14 April 1964

Sir Julian Huxley Is Last Lecturer In Topics Series By LAWRENCE BANK The final speaker in the Topics series , Sn Julian Huxley , will deliver his lecture The Humanist Revolution tonight a 8 : 15 p m in Hensel Hall He will be mtioduced by Di . John McDermott , chahman of the depattment of biology , his host foi his stay Prominent Family Huxley was boin in London in 1887 Following in the traditions of his grandfathei Thomas Huxley , famed biologist and supportei of Darwin , he and his brother Aldous ha \ e kept the Huxley family name prominent in the academic _woild Huxley was educated at Eton and _Onefold University Aftei his service in the First Woild War , he was named a Fellow of New College , Oxford , followed by an appointment to King s College at the Unhersity of London as Professor of Zoology Huxley held the posts of Secretary of the Zoological Society of London , Executive Director of the Preparatory Commission of UNESCO and Dnector General of UNESCO itself Liteiaiy Contribut...

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