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Dip Matmen Top Brown [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
Dip Matmen Top Brown By PETE KEERS Prepping for the EIWA Championships to be held at Cornell on the weekend ol March 12-13 , F aJid M _cicned off its record for the 196465 urestling season by topping Brown 2 | _-8 on Tuesday evening in Ma &gt; sci _Gjmnasium With victories m the 147 and 177pound weight classes assuied due to Bioun foifeits , the Diplomats saw 123poundcr Mike Wood bow to the visitor s Steve Gluckman before Saul _Slumansky squared the count at 3-3 by decisiorang Rick Whipple 5-2 in 130-pound action Geddes Wins Following Bxll Troop s 3-0 setback at the hands of Brown s Steve Cantrill and the forfeit at 147-pounds _, 157-pounder Chuck Geddes rolled U &gt; an 8-2 verdict over Bob Bundy to put r and M ahead by an 11-6 count Recoiding a predicament and a mar fall withm the final 15 seconds ; jlf his 167-pound match , Pope Mai tin topped Pete Jo hnson by a 5-1 count bclore the Diplomats boosted then margin to 19-6 prior to the hc . ivvneight match In the fin...
Frosh Wrestlers Close Slate , Coast To 9 th Victory In Row [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
Frosh Wrestlers Close Slate , Coast To 9 th Victory In Row Cail Bartlett , Steve Smatra , and Jim Kauffman kept their undefeated lccoids intact as Coach Bob Getchell s fiosh mat squad coasted to its ninth tmimph in as many outings by trouncing the EIi 7 abcthtoun varsity 39-0 on Tuesday evening in a preliminary to the F and victory o \ er Brown This weekend the Diplomats journey to Navy for the annual Freshman Eastcin Wrestling Invitational Tournamen t Ames Wins Quickly F and M leaped into a 5-0 lead uhen Baitlett won by a forfeit in the 123-pound class 130-pounder Blau _^ nies kept action moving at a past tempo by pinning Da \ e Esterly in 2 : 13 and Chick Millei edged Bob Orwan 3-1 seven pounds fuithci up the rung Sinatra tlien registered a fall over Jim Kistlcr in a special 140-pound meeting befoie 147-poundcr Jim Clair pmned Dan Hoopert in 5 51 Kauffman Shines Kauffman then dispatched Dave Bcaid in 50 seconds at the 157-pound level , and _167-poundcr Harry Southwoith tiounced Ji...
President Explains Expansion Plan [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
President Explains Expansion Plan ( Continued from Pa _^ e 1 ) now would be a waste of money , Spalding said Having it theic gives a tone to student activities that might otherwise not lie theie , he added The question of a laigei student bod \ came up Spalding was asked why the student body was piojectcd foi expansion He answcied that even a puvaitc college like F and M has a public trust , and that the demand foi education is becoming greatci It is obligatory to help accommodate inoic students The method used to dctciminc the si / c of ithe student body follows a complex formula The College ¦ wil l not admit moic students tlicicbv cie- • itmg picssuie foi moie faculty membeis , a picssuie which in tuin cieates a demand foi moic students to _piy the bills Instead a decision must be made on the comprehensiveness of the College It must be decided what fields and what specific aieas the College will cndeavoi to excel in A piojection can then be made to detcimine the number of faculty ...
Save Meyran Movement Meets ; DePuy Hears Student Protests [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
Save Meyran Movement Meets ; DePuy Hears Student Protests By RONALD GOLDSTEIN The Maintain Meyran Hall movement made a determined start Tuesday evening at a meeting with Dean Hadley S DePuy The meeting was a result of ithe phase of a new development plan which calls for converting Meyran immediately and Dietz Hall eventually into faculty offices and classroom space Dean DePuy was asked to attend tins meeting by Lairy Raithaus so that he might get some indication as to the student opinion of this pioposed change The students jammed into the Meyran Hall lounge were vigoiously and vociferously agannst any change in Meyrans status Their piotests weie noted by the Dean and he piomised them he would relay then feelings to Piesident Keith Spalding , who was out of town He also uiged the students to see the pres dent on their own as a small committee The committee was spontaneously loimed Before protests were heard Dean DePuy quickly sketched out the admmistiation thinking behind dieir deci...
RCA Grants F&M $ 50 _, 000 Pledge [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
RCA Grants F&amp;M $ 50 _, 000 Pledge The Radio Coiporation of America has pledged $ 50 , 000 to the 10-year development . The pledge is one of the laigest evei _mide b \ RCA to a single college or university . A $ 10 , 000 check , representing the fiist of five anticipated annual payments , was piesented today to College Piesidenl _Keuh Spalding by Mr C E Buinett , Division Vice Piesidcnt for RCA and General Managei of the Company s Lancaster division . The total grant of $ 50 , 000 has been endorsed by the RCA Boaid of Dnectois To Establish Fund The giant is to be used to establish a Science _Impioxtment fund to be employed by the piesident and trustees of the College m wins . I and for programs uh . ch , m then dis cretion , most clearly assure the con tinued improvement in scientific cd ucation and rescaich In piescnting the initial yilt \| , Burnett said The relationship Ik tueen F and M and RC &lt;\ has t _&gt; ioun closer and moie lcwarding both i _,, ...
Friedman To Give Talks Lecture Series Finale [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
Friedman To Give Talks Lecture Series Finale Washington ( D C ) School of Psychiatry . In addition , Friedman was guest lecturer at the William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry , Psychoanalysis , and Psychology in New York City fiom 1958-1960 . He has also taught at Columbia University , the Ohio State University , Washington Unneisity at St Louis , and the University of Chicago . Friedman s own interests aie far 1 caching Besides composing Martin Bubei ¦ The Life of Dialogue , Friedman has also written The Covenant of Peace . A Personal Witness ; The Woilds of Existentialism : A Critical Reader ; Problematic Rebel : An Image of Modern Man ; and the E . bout-to-be printed To Deny Our Nothingness : Contemporary Image of Man In the field of Martin Buber , Friedman has many more literary accomplishments He is translator of Buber s The Legend of the Baal-Shem , The Tales of Rabbi Nachman , and most of The Eclipse of God Friedman is also coeditor of The Philosophy of Martin Bubei vo...
Dr . Maurice In Religion [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
Dr . Maurice In Religion By MEL SHANDLER Dr . Maurice Friedman will deliver the sixth and last in a series of religion lectures on Tuesday in the Green Room . Divided into two parts , the lectures wall cover The Death of God and die Exile of Modern Man ( at 11 a . m . ) and The Modern Promediean versus the Modern Job ( at 4 : 15 pm ) . According to Professor Robert Mickey , Friedman is perhaps one of the foremost social theorists and social philosophers of the twentieth century . The professor feels Friedman deserves this praise because he ( Friedman ) is _woikmg not only in Jewish traditions , but also m the Western culturahst tradition . Friedman is best known as a careful tianslator and interpreter of Martin Buber s thoughts and works He has written the first comprehensive study of that Jewish philosophei s thought , Martin Buber : The Life of Dialogue . Reinhold Niebuhr , the American theologian , characterized Friedman s book in the New York Times Book Review as an exhaustive a...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
Rathskeller ( Continued from Page 1 ) ciation , Student Council or an honorary society take out the license in its name rather than that of F and M The general impression of the PLCB was one of optimism , the only shades of pessimism hinged on whedier the school would approve such an idea . Speaking about the administration s attitude , Braun said , I feel that because Dean . DePuy knows die students best and is the closest administrator to them , his advocacy of a rathskeller might make the idea feasible . Braun has previously spoken with _, the Dean on this subject at die Camp Canadensas conclave at the beginning of the school year when the ad hoc committee consulted die Dean With much of die groundwork completed , die committee has diree remaining steps on campus . First , at will prepare a written statement of its progress thus far and will present this document to President Spalding . Secondly , it will meet with the president and the dean to fmd out the administration s feelin...
Arts Club Showing Of 'Oscar Wilde ' Set for _Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
Arts Club Showing Of Oscar Wilde Set for _Tomorrow Jo E singer s suecn \ _cimoii I ll Leslie and Sew ell Stokes p l . i \ Our Wilde , will be the final film m tl Fine Aits Club 1961-65 s &lt; tson The film will be shown l . inoiiou evening at 8 15 in Henstl Mill Humiliation The emphasis m this pume n i n the humiliation and disind _nation ol the man Oscai Wilde a _&gt; &lt; _ _^ under the brutal cross-cxan , inti » ol the lawyci defending the \ hiqi «&gt; Quecnsbury , whom Wild ha lU cuscd of slandci with u _* t 0 _ relations to the _Maiquis 1 &gt; n Deftly and blandl ) _A \ i h : lv in sweied wadi intelligent ai eltu _* 1 ting quips , aware of his i luaid the courtroom as the lion Lmi l 11 htciary set Sudden !) a « d v the lawyci ( Sir Ralph ll ll ( M ] shifts his questioning u \ i u % fnes his questions at the ( h _ v &lt; llW the area of the personal MinnM &gt; of Wilde . Robert Moilc RobeitMorleygi \ esat ™ l 1 _^ pestous p...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
Library Receives Churchill Albums A new , compichcnsnc album of the lecorded speeches and memoirs of Su Winston Churchill from 1918 to 19-55 h-s been presented to Fackenthal Library by Mi William Shand , rctncd Lancaster depaitmcnt store executive and a member of die College board of trustess The album is from a special numheied cdit . on , and consists of 12 longplaying lecords requinng 11 hours of listening time It includes pnvate lecordings by Churchill covering his personal philosophy , memoirs and historic addresses A number of speeches made in secret session of the House of Commons and picviously unrecoided aie included in the album Shand , who was elected to life mcmbeiship on the board of trustees m 1931 , reined as vice piesident and treasurer of Watt &amp; Shand in 1958
I eml Sees 'Pressure to Publish' ; E / ick Supports Policy As Good [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
I eml Sees Pressure to Publish ; E / ick Supports Policy As Good by RICK OWEi \ id ELIOT IVANHOE T . oughout the academic coin jnunit &gt; there is pressure to publish statts _economics professor Vladimn Iieml He feels that a teacher must _Ijc a scholar and as a scholar niusl i ; rneidlc knowledge Trcml claims time i » a general feeling that a college teacher ought to contribute lo _tlu intellectual life of the ( omnuinit ) 1 \ t F and M , he asserts that the it j i , do ducct pressme and theic e \ - sists between faculty and admmistialion an informal atmosphere as opposed to a more impeisonal lcla- ! uonship at largei institutions At ) Mich colleges and institutions , Tieml maintains that if one is to get ahead , a more objective criteria is needed and this criteria is one s published I hoiks Nevertheless , Treml feels the I i \ tent of the pressure can t be coi- ¦ teiated with the size of the univcrsin * In legards to the ominous polu \ of a paper every year and a book &am...
( _imk ( _Steantttns [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
( _imk ( _Steantttns By TOM GIPSON Kappa _Sig : Whaiton wants to Know what kind of extracurnculai activity 1 he Valley is Hildebiand and Hodges flap it out Happy Buthday Uncle Bob may voui piesent ha \ c man _&gt; happy ictiirns He who laughs last - - - sleeps in shaving cicam [ F Weekend will feature the gieatest paiit \ e \ ei Tenoi destroys the happy home life of pledges Saraicino and Hodgts Kappa Sig enjoyed having Piofessois Rolhn Wise , Philoon Wist Dean Darlington and Coach Wiiisoi foi dinner Wednesday night Phi Kap Ke \ s tiymg foi mono again Who s Paul taking to the weekend Could it be his IIS flame Bob , when did ¦ soui patents get home 1 Congratulations to Jim and his fiancee Also to Cail on Jus pinning Lots of luck to oin Lambda Fudav night Must the pledges be toned dow n again Technical — tw o shots Gibb \ and Obtuse in the cai lalK Is Rau broke oi did the band leave ? Oiu annual biothei / pledge game will be annual next vcai Bills getting fine happv again Lucky...
Wise Repudiates Council System of Representation [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
Wise Repudiates Council System of Representation B &gt; DICK SCHUBERT 1 think that anv svstem of icpiescntation which dcseits the [ concept of ] one man one \ ote will urn into gia \ e difficulties justifying itself commented Di Sidnev Wise of the _t ; o \&lt; rnment _dvpaitmcnt No More Inipoitanl Speaking with lefeienre to the ]) ie- &gt; ent student government s \ slem in which the sentoi class has nine lepiesentatnes the jumois seven sophomoics fiv _&lt; and fieslinien thicc Wise continued , 1 don t think the \ olc of enc sti . dont should be n . oie mipcitanl than that of anv othct student This was lefemng to tht fact that cat senioi foi example , has tonsideiablv moit _icpicseiitation than out fieshman B . isicallv Wise _bc-ltties _tJiat voting in ccuncil should be piopoitionatc to tlu penentage of [ anv ] one class to the total student bodv The advantages to be deiived fiom expcncmc on _lampus , he went on , should be _u flic ted in the committe...