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Ex-Peace Corpsman _Teils Program ' s Goals in Forum [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Ex-Peace Corpsman _Teils Program s Goals in Forum By DICK SCHUBERT When you have a government that can t provide for the needs of the people , perhaps the people can be taught to help _themschcs This was descubcd as a basic objective of the Peace Corps , Friday at a special Studentraculty Forum . The _speakei , John Hatch , who ¦ u orked as a Peace Corps voluntcei for neaily two years in Medilhn , Colomb a , discussed his _-work and the aims of the Peace Corps Some of the primary goils that he pointed out included supplying the needs of skilled manpower to underdev eloped countries , increasing America s acquaintance with other nations , and helping to bmld the American image abroad Two Areas Hatch noted that Peace Corps voluntecis work in two areas They may either be assigned to rural areas , away fiom centers of civilization , or u _« _-ban areas , wheic Hatch was assigned He felt that the urban locales will be the more _impoitant of the two in the futme But , no mattei where a wo...
Wirtz Sees 'National Epic In Changing Role of Gov H [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Wirtz Sees National Epic In Changing Role of Gov H By RUSSELL McINTOSH I can see the emergence of a new National Epic , concluded Secretary of Labor , W Willard Wirtz , commenting on current trends in government in his Topics lecture before a capacity crowd in Hensel Hall last Thursday evening His addiess , this year s North Lecture , was entitled Manpower Revolution Evolving Government According to Wirtz the position of the government has gone through , and is continuing to go through , a period of evolution that has allowed it to shift from defensive legislation to aggressive legislation He cited as examples of this transformation the recent passage of the Civil Rights Bill , the success of the Peace Corps , the Poverty Bill , the Federal Retraining Act , and the Keep America Beautiful Campaign He attributes this change in emphasis to many factors He feels better men aie now in key government job ; , thus increasing the efficiency of the government In addition , pi _evidential adm...
G £ ST COLUMNIST BILL _SMULYAN itars Await AAU _' s [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
G £ ST COLUMNIST BILL _SMULYAN itars Await AAU _ s The 1965 AAU men s Indooi Swimming Championships which will be i . eld at Yale during the fust thicc da ) s cf - \ pnl piomisc to be an o urg continual on of the American ic cicl-bicakng habit fhe fieestvle events may prove to be the most inleicstin _^ on the pK ; iam with three swimmers , Rcy Saaii of USC , and Steve Clark and Do i Schollander of Yale , _meriting most of the consideration Clark , who L . st gained _p-itcnal pic mntnee in I 960 as a h gh scKjI junioi , is the _\ mciican icroidholdci in the 50-yaid frccst &gt; k uith a l me of 20 9 second : ; Fgiuing to push him haul in this race aie Phil D _. nkev . t / _oi Maiy _ and and Pete Wcrthcm of Nouh Caiolim uhj arc the _coouncrj cf tne nat . _cnil ccllcgiatc fieshman lecerd of 21 0 seconds Clark is also the lcccidholdei at 100 yards with a maik of -16 3 seconds In this lace Schollanc _ ci w ill begin to make his presentt felt however it is at the 200 and 300-vaid d...
Winning Squads Dot ' 62-65 Period [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Winning Squads Dot 62-65 Period The completion of a new f eld house , undefeated teams m football soccer swmiming and tennis and a gcneial iesu . gs . iicc in T and M spoils fo , times Inve high h-rhtLd ? ctivitv fci the Diplomats cvei the 1 last foui v _^ ais With cvei 500 _fimois scheduled to depait fion th • GcUc- ; c m _Mi \ via giaduatioi we _picstiit at the en ! e _th j cd tc- _il veil a brief sunimaiv ol kev events which have taken place dining the thiee &gt; eais dining which they urn _elgibk foi vaisit ) action Muicnc _EnaiKs Resuigencc Appealing en _c-impus a veil aftei Pennsylvania s leading football seoiei John Tomasko . hid seen his final aeticn in a D plcm-. t umfcim the Class of 1965 _leaves with an even bughtei sni Seik Mirono on the scene In a two vcai span wheh saw the Diplomats 1 : e fro n an O-fS shewing to an unblemi - hcd fi-0 in k th two big i a ne ; weic Coach Gcoigc Stock and _Muicna Stoic k _p-ovided the _lcadcijup Mmcno _pio-eedc 1 to gcbb _ e in )...
Getchell Directs Frosh To Unbeaten Campaign [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Getchell Directs Frosh To Unbeaten Campaign Bj rRANK WINSLOW 1 lav ing v _\ atched two pievious bids _iii a pel feet campaign go bv the bo ids when his teams bowed to Lchigh _F and M fieshman vviesllmg coach Bob Getchtll was avenged last \\ cdncsdav when his squad unshed _ihc Cnginteis 22-9 bcfoie topping Pcnn 18-9 thicc davs latci The two victones gave the Diplomats an 8-0 lecoid loi the veai and biought Getchell s lifetime lecoid up to 2-1-2 Fiosh Meet Set This weekend the I and M _vcaihngs will be tiavehng to \ nn ip lis foi the I _lcohman Eastern Championships leading the wav will be . a tno of undefeated wiestleis Cail Baitlctl ( 12 &lt;?) Steve Sinatia ( 117 ) and Jim _Knuffman ( 157 ) Baitlett opened up the Lehigh meet on a . bi ght note bv pinning the Engincei s Rich P isons in 1 _S 5 bcfoie the home squad moved back into a fi-5 lead when Bill Sunda dccisioncd _Blan \ mes I--0 in the ISO-match and RaljJi Pnkivl topped Chip Millci 5-1 _scvin p _ninds fuithci up the mu...
Mat Tournament Scheduled ; ZBT Maintains Advantage [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Mat Tournament Scheduled ; ZBT Maintains Advantage The Black Pviaimd Wiestlim &gt; Touinaincnt alwavs the hit-h-hi _» Ht of the Intiainuial _program , has been scheduled to bc » in on _^ _Pll 4 with the finals planned loi \ pnl 9 at 7 00 in _jjieseiii i _--r acnon oasKCUDau ZB _1 maintained a half game lead c \ ei Delta Sig as they clobbered Chi ; Phi 83-46 behind Jim Wcinei s 32 points ZBT , which has now won tight of nine games , will meet a big _j tha . llenge this Thursday when they _jfatc third place Pi Lamb ( 7-2 ) Ii the B basketball league Chi flhi ( 9-0 ) clinched the league titk | ulnli _Marshall Hall ( 8-0 ) captmed _| tlu r ndependent Title _j ZBT Clinches Title I / AT clinched the Fraternity League j Bo , ng Championship and will meet _jj l H Oommuters nc \ t week to decide , _jtlu _ 1-college title 1 ie all-college squash touinamcnt | nas ow continued into the semi-finals J wtt the remaining paiticipants Bill | Hi brand of Kappa Sig , Man Lci- | _bei -ui of Pi ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Diplomat Cagers Fall to Bullets Vietois by a 90-83 count o \ ci Washington College eaihci in the week , _P and Ms \ arsity basketball squad diopped its season finale to _Gctfvsbutir . 89-59 , on Thursday evening to end the 1964-65 campaign v \ ith a 3-17 lecoid . The Diplomats weie deadlocked 10-10 v \ ith Gett &gt; sbuig aftei the opening minutes of action ; however the Bullets then lipped off eight consecutive points en route to a 43-25 halftinic edsre . Gettvsbuig continued to pull ahead in the second half as theii / one defense _managed to keep the Diplomats fiom launching a rail ) . _F and M captain Pied _Wert tcoU hiirh scoring honors foi both squads _vith 18 points while George Stiouse paced Gett ) _sburc ; with 16 Dave Yates and Chi is Siims scoicd 14 and 13 points respectively foi the Bullets and Pete Gandola added 12 to the Diplomat _nttack .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Council Interviews Interviews of Student Council candidates by the REPORTER aie now underway in the paper s office in the basement of Hartman Hall . Those candidates who have not yet been interviewed oi who don t have appointments foi inteiviews are advised to ai range for one this week . Appointments can be made by calling Dick Signer at 393-4549 between 7 and 8 p . m . Interviews will be concluded Fiiday at 8 .
little Three Win Highlights Season [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
little Three Win Highlights Season By MARK SKLARZ Co-captain Nick Hoppnci captured two fust places . id swam on the lccoid setting fieestyle relay learn as the F and _&gt; 1 \ aiyn _iMimmeis _highlighted then bulliant campaign bv winnu , • the m nual Little Tluee meet over _Gettysburg and Dickinson •! the lat tei s pool . — il , tl « i , ... The Dipswho completed then Uj F &amp; M Matmen Drop Two Meets Dropping under the . 500 mark for the first time this season after absorbing successive setbacks at the hands of Lehigh and Penn , F and Ms varsity • wrestling squad I will be seeking to even off its campaign record at 5-5-1 when it hosts Brown at 8 : 30 this evening in Mayser Gymnasium . Minus the services of two regulars , 137-pound Bill Troop and 167-pound Terry Hostetter , the Diplomats fell to Lehigh . 30-2 , averting a shutout only when 157pound senior Pepe Martin deadlocked Glen Ansbaugh , 2-2 . Clouding - _,, hat had promised to be a bright upper weight picture...
PETE KEERS _^ _- _^^ * • Sports r Scope [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
PETE KEERS _^ _- _^^ * • Sports r Scope Confidently awaitmg this _vseekend s M \ C festivities at Elizabedhtovvn , F and M _svMinming coach George McGmness is rapidly neanng the completion of his twentieth vear of seivice on the Diplomat _atliletic staff and it may prove to be his most satisfying . With his sec- ^ HHHH _^ _HMMH or &gt; d perfect cam- ^^^^ pHH _^^^ H paign in three _^^ _IkL _^ _i _^^^ H years already on _^^ _J _^^ _ak _^ _HHb the booksJVIcH 9 Bh £ j | ! 9 kI 9 | s | Ginness pupils _^ Hjft _^ 9 F | _;^ B have taken dead _^^^^¦|| _a _^^^ H champio nship _MkJB _^ B which eluded the PeteKeelS 10 - ° 1963 clu _^ Sports Editor wluch . com P eted at time when a University and College Division action were still combined . A year ago the two branches were finally separated , but F and M lacked the overall depth to challenge Dickinson and the stronger entries . Looking back on this season s performance the veteran coach made little effort to conceal his enthusiasm • Wi...
Seven Diplomat Seniors Close Out ' 65 Campaign [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Seven Diplomat Seniors Close Out 65 Campaign A glance at the F and M wintei sports schedule leveals that the final action for a Diplomat team takes place at the EIW- \ championships on the weekend of Maich 12-13 at Coinell And when the activities come to a close , the fmaJ curtain will have come down on the v \ inter spoils careeis of sev en F and M seniors , four of w horn have co-captained then respective teams duung the 1964-65 season For Pepe Martin and Mike Wood Kick Hoppner and Bill Smuhan Jim Bunting Jack Chailes . and Lee Smith the last four veais have brought mixed results which will new fall into Diplomats spoils annals Martin Sparks Team The outstanding pei former on the 1961-62 _frosh wiestling squad with _aii 8-0 legular season slate and a third place finish in the West Point Plebe Invitational 137-pound division Martin cunently _Iconic as the Big Blues contendei for top honoij at Cornell \ ppeaiing piimaiilv as a 157poundet this wintei Mai tin has compiled a 5-1-1 reco...
Hat Trick' by Crane Highlights Hockey Wins [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 March 1965
Hat Trick by Crane Highlights Hockey Wins B &gt; NEIL YOUNG Riding the crest of a four game winning streak F and M s hockev team sv \ ept to a 3-0 victorv over Villanova on Saturdav after defeating Hill School 5-3 three davs earlier En route to blanking the Wildcats Mike Yan Beuren opened up the scoring as he diopped a goal past goalie Paul V _» anno on a pass from Clint Crane at 6 00 of the first period Villanova then gained a momentarv _ndvannge when _Diplo-oat defenseman Ken Heim was sent to the _penaltv box for two minutes for charging but the Diplomats were able to hold their opponents to a _standstill and goalie Fran Mum was never challenged A . t 8 42 _Yillanova s Mike Loscalzl was penalued for boarding and the Big B ue capitalized _ot t his miscue as Rick Owen took a pa » from Bob Dennis and tallied the first goal of his college career The scoring for the afternoon came to a close at 19 10 of the first period when Crane scored for F and M on an assist from Van Beuren...
Committee Announces Plans For On-Campus Rathskeller [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
Committee Announces Plans For On-Campus Rathskeller By TOM MORRIS The Student Council ad hoc committee on e \ tia-curnculai life has icpotted the Jesuits of its piehminarv . investigation concerning an on-cam-pus student rathskcllci The committee , chancd bv John Plakans , started woik on the piojccl last September , meeting originally with some skepticism from Mi Biandt . an enforcement officei of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Uoaul In his discussion with the committee Brandt listed three obsta cles -uhich niiight block fuither plans Fust , he cited the need foi supcivision , indicating that , in his opinion . a faculty mcmbci must be picsont at nil tunes Favorable _Ruling Needed Secondly , the Board would have to lule favorably to permit liquor to be sold within three hundred feet of a . chinch or school V third majoi _abstaclc would be obtaining a license , since all of the licenses alloted to Lancaster Citv aie out Because all se \ cnty-ninc licenses arc aheady pinchased , it ...
Spalding Explains [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
Spalding Explains • Ten-Year Development Plan Must Be General 9 By ROBERT SIVERLING A , s a plan like the ten-yeai dc \ elopmcnt _piogiam mo \ cs tuithci and furthei into the future it must become more and moic geneial , President Keith Spaldins ; dcclaicd in an inlcmeu Tuesdav . The ptcgiam _, iepotuxl in Tuesday s and last _Fudav s REPORTER , must retain Jlc \ ibihtv I hope that the plan comevs sonic cohesive set of ideas . _Spalding said &lt; Seven Assumptions The planning of the piogiam bcs ; an . the president said with seven assumptions . The lirst of these is that _planning should be responsive to the academic pio _^ rani of the _College The bucks and mortar aspect of campus development , Spailding said , should not dictate the emphasis or the programs that the College undertakes The second assumption behind the plan is that the College is becoming a i _evidential one , and that this is a desirable trend In consequence of ins trend , planning must include dormitories ...
Marc Silbert _, Robert Siverling Appointed to Co-Editorship [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
Marc Silbert _, Robert Siverling Appointed to Co-Editorship 1 he typewnteis weie all but _silcn Tuesday as the staff of the REPORT I _2 R completed one of its busiest week and paused foi a change in leader ship Maic Silbeit and Robert Siveilmj uill inhejit publication of the semi weekly neuspapci fiom Dave Ham son and Dick Kneedlei . who uiitiatec the REPORTER . Biography Silbeit , a government major fron Wilmington , Del , seived as editor-in-chief of his high schcel _ncvvspapei ant has woikcd as staff wntei , assistam tiLws editoi and news cditoi on the Weekly and the REPORTER . Si \ cilmg _, a Lancastei English majoi . iosc from the position of stafl wiitei en the Weekly to _assistant _fcatuics editoi , featuies editoi and finally copy editor of the REPORTER He has been _awai-ded a Newspapei Fund Internship for the summer of 1965 News Editor Moving up to fill Silbert s _vacated _petition as news editoi will be Thomas Moms , a sophomoie go \ eminent majoi fiom Pmsbuigh He has seiv...