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1-Fs Eleven' A Sublime Selectioi [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
1-Fs Eleven A Sublime Selectioi Many called last yeai s I-F weekend a succes fou Two nights of well-calculated levelry began on a _Fndav e \ emn _&lt;? at a Host Motel ball fcatunng , the music of the Billv May oichestia At intermission the 1964 I-F Queen was chosen fiom amono the ele \ en house queens entcied by the campus fraternities She was Judith Gill , a student at the Unheisity of Maryland , repiescntmg the Phi Kappa Tau fiateimts . She was escorted by Ait Snokej then a pledge at Phi lau ] udy is pictuicd above The ball then continued as vaiious and sundry private tete-a-tctes _laged clsewheie in the fraternities , doi mi tones , and apaitnients of the weekend affluents By two or thiee in the morning the last weary stiaggleis of the first nis _* ht piled into their respective beds in order to gam the piccious sleep necessarv foi anothei night of meirymaking Satin day dawned bright with the _pionnsc of e \ en moic to come The I-F sports cai lally was won by another iep...
_1-F Announces Weekend Eve s [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 5 March 1965
_1-F Announces Weekend Eve s t-F festivities thib _yeai _«&gt; _« _ with an all-College dance in _nvC Gym fcatunng the Kmgsmcn u rim from nin _= Friday e \ cn inU the witching houi _, at wh 1 Mlt many of the would-be Tied ° will wend then way towaid _ _tes for more cntcita _ 1 111 moic intimate atmosp heie Saturday s planned faic _» el noon conceit including Nin ? 01 _^ ludy Collins , and Da \ c \ a _^ The annual I-F spoits cai also be given a Saturday be
Students , Faculty Express Opinions Concerning On-Campus Rathskeller [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
Students , Faculty Express Opinions Concerning On-Campus Rathskeller rissi comE \ m REP OR TER _ Vol 2 , No Lancaster , Pa March 9 , 1965 Elght Pages Bv RONALD GOLDSTEIN and ED MATHEZ The idea of a rathskeller where Iced and possibly alcoholic bevciagc _; could be purchased to be located or campus lecenved favorable comment ! in a poll of student opiraon and mixed icaction from _seveial facultv members Mast students wcie unpicsscd bv the moic congenial atmosphere to be found in this sort of estabhshmeni than in the present coffee shop It i &lt; intended to be a moie conducive place for intellectual discussion and foi taking a date than any local catcrv piovides Minds Wandei The students took advantage of the fact that this pioject is only in the planning stage to let their minds wander ovei what the rathskellei night include One junior envisioned a bar such as the one at the World s Fan which . \ ould serve stiictly beer and nothing else However , seveial minois perceived th...
Paper Interviews 42 Council Candidates [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
Paper Interviews 42 Council Candidates By RICHARD SIGNER Foity-two candidates seeking Student Council election tomonou pre sented themselves foi interviews befoie the editorial boaid of the COLLEGE REPORTER . On pages 2 3 and 4 the REPORTER has piesented impartial -resumes of all the candidates who appealed foi interviews Aftci caicful _consideration the cditonal board selected fomtcen candidates whom they felt mciitcd endoisement These eiidoisemcnts appeal in an cditoual comment on page 2 Lasted Two Weeks The mteiviews _weie held in the COLLEGE REPORTER office in the basement of Hartman Hall almost every cla \ foi two weeks Each candidate was asked to piesent a statement listing his qualifications and any pioposals he would like to implement if elected Wl intciviews lasted at least twenty minutes The candidates were piesented with a series of questions which wcic designed to detemiine -uhelhci thev weic familial with the workings of Council The fust question asked was how man ) Cou...
CouncilPresidentYaggy Opposed to Referendum [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
CouncilPresidentYaggy Opposed to Referendum By TOM MORRIS Michael Yaggy , piesident of Student Council , has listed two _leasons why he is defimtelv not in favoi of die icfeicndum winch goes befoie the student association tomorlow to populailv elect the officers o £ Student Council First , Yaggy maintains , the Student Council is a paihameutaiv body A kev faotoi of a . _parliamentary body is that it elects its own officeis On this count , Council , and not the student body should elect the officers of the student governing gioup Council Best Judge Secondly , Yaggy questions the abilHv of the student body to objectively judge the _consulates The electorate must know the qualifications and per fmmancc of the candidates he asserts Fuithci , he feels dial the student bodv also docs not know the level of _efficiency and of responsibility which the candidates exhibit 111 Council affairs He concludes that die best judges [ of the nominees for Council office ] aic the members of Council yet...
Critic Macdonald To Deliver Next Topics Lecture Thurs . [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
Critic Macdonald To Deliver Next Topics Lecture Thurs . Confessions of a Literary Journalist will be the ne \ t Topic Lcotuie piesented bv Dwight Macdonald this _Thmsdav at 8 15 p 111 in _Hensel Hall A liteiai _) entic for the New York21 , Macdonald has attracted wide attention with his leccntlv-pubhshed ciitique of the _^_^__ - __^__« Wanen Conunis- _¦^ Hf _^^^^ B sion Repoit H _^^ _T 1 Mai dcnalcl says _pMJHnjj iir I his mtciests in HnF \ 9 _^ C \\ letent veais have _j _^ uLrfL _v J shifted a n y _^¦ _*^ _, f 10111 political _^^ _RjjS _^ _&gt; / _jU causes , to liteiary _^^ t / Kj _/ U _^ _/^ ones because he _^^^^/^ Kfl _ff believes he can _^^^ H _^ k ¥ / . _«^^ _b do moie about _^^^^^ m _*^^^ the attei than Dwight Macdonald the lormei Witty Style This goal of Macdonald s coincide ; v \ ith Profcssoi y _\* _Cdid _ s analysis ol him Caid finds Mac lonald fun to lead because ol his \ eiv wittv st &gt; le In addition , he finds a common bond between Macdonald and hims...