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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
S . A . M . The 1 and M Chapter of the _Societj foi the Advancement ol Management met last Wednesday to hear ( he proposed new Constitution for the Chaptei and to nominate officers foi 1965-66 . S . A . M . will meet again on March 24 to review the Constitution and vote on it . Nominations will be closed and officers _vvill be elected at that time . Today the Chapter will tour the Hamilton Watch Company . Plans for April include plant tours of Howe Sound Aluminum and the Sunshine Brewery of Reading . Anyone wishing to join S . A . M . should see Professor Fischer or one of the officers .
1 EDITOKIAX . _JS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
1 EDITOKIAX . _JS We Want These Men Published in todays REPORTER are brief sketches of most of the men who are running for seats on Student Council . These sketches are condensations of statements prepared iby the candidates , extensive interviews by members of the REPORTER editorial board , and the records of incumbents . As we did last year , we have recommended certain candidates , but with one or two differences from past practice First , we are not committed to backing a full slate of candidates . Second , we have tried to keep before us in our assessments of the candidates an ideal Council member— -knowledgeable , willing to work , enthusiastic , and responsible . We believe that all of the men we have recommended have these qualities in some measure . We found it very difficult to recommend more men than the number we have . By and large the candidates showed in their interviews an awesome lack of knowledge of the campus , its students , and its issues An amazing number of ca...
Freshman Candidates [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
Freshman Candidates Ronald Blankstein Ronald _Blankstein , a class of 68 nominee , is a resident of Fairlawn _, New Jersey In high , school Jie was a student council representative for two years and a class council repiesentative foi three years He was also a membei of the Key Club and the school _newspaper At F and M he is a ZBT pledge and has attended 4 Council meetings lie is in favor of the leferendum as it will help a demociatic oigamzation As fai as improving the Council , he is in favor of strengthening committees so as to strengthen then ability to initiate needed improvements He would like a fuithei investigation into the _possibility of an honoi system He believes the Council should sponsoi controveisial lectures and that the executive boaid should be elected by the student bodv as a means of increasing respect for the Council Norman Chazin _Noiman Chazm , a fieshman fiom Atlantic City , feels that the biggest problem facing student government on the F and M _cimpus is the...
Rollin Raps Fraternities , Sees Their Decline and Fail [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
Rollin Raps Fraternities , Sees Their Decline and Fail By DICK SCHUBERT Dr Roger Rollin , at a symposium Wednesday , said that fraternities _^ besides being national bureaucracies ( are ) designed to fulfill common -needs of people Decline and Fall Speaking before a group composed almost entirely of fraternity men , Rollm attempted to elaborate on what he terms the decline and fall of fraternities The partisan crowd listened to Rollm s arguments against _iiratorniities and -protested many of the piofessor _ s contention ! vigorously at the conclusion of t ) he speech Rollm opened by saying tihat he was attempting to be a critic of the fraternity system . He defined critic as one who speaks not fiom a biased or prejudiced view , but from an objective viewpoint 1 He added that -he anight stray away from mhis definition at times Most of those in attendance agieed with Rollin on his first point He said Chat most fraternity alumni tend to ignore their ties to the brotherhood when they gr...
[ H " reporter [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
[ H reporter Published semi-weekly throughout the college year except for vacations by undergraduates 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&amp;M Weekly , founded in 1891 The opinions of this | ournal are those of the editors and editorial board anc do not represent official opinion Editors-in-chief Marc AA Silbert and Robert C Siverlmg News Editor Features Editor Sports Editor Thomas Morris Gordon Prager Peter Keers Photography Editor Business Manager Bruce Shelton Joel Weismann Features : Dick Schubert , Assistant Editor , Steve Singer , Special Staff , Dave Hval Rick Owen , Tom Phillips , Gerald Pallor , and John Spence News : Richard Signer and Ed Mathez , Assistant Editors , Ron Goldstein , Richard Hoffman , Charles Mergentime , RiGhard Schrot , Mel Shandler , Clark Silver , Larry Bank , and Paul Eisenberg Sports Mark Sklarz , Assistant Edi...
Junior and Senior Hopefuls [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
Junior and Senior Hopefuls James Ardifro James Archto . 67 , a sophomoie incumbent , is from Hamden , Conn He proposes that class officer ! should be ex-officio members of Student Council and that ithe freshman class delegation sr _? e be increased . Ardito feels that the pieserIlt number of representatives lor the individual classes is inadequate and unfair , especially to the freshman class He favors the direct election of Council officers but does not feel that the referendum technique as a good method of measuring student opinion _Ardito believes that Council should reflect the views of the students , _bux that it is hampered in this area by a lack of communication between the students and the student government He is currently a member of ithe Council Elections Committee , the English Club and will be a participant in the aill-College wrestling contest John Burness An alternate representative of the sophomore class , John Burness is a government major from West Hartford , Conn ...
CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
CANDIDATES Class of 1966 Henry Albench Tim Armbrustei Dave Braun Judson DeCew Ted Diilhngham Ron Fauer Pete Fmkelstem Dave Hollangton Arthur Hooper Wayne Manson Class of 196 James _Ardito John Burness Barry Cooper Bill Eves Brad Fuhrman _Andrew Lucarelli Justm Newmark Hen &gt; rv Noon Class of 1968 Ronald _Blankstein Richard Jarashow Norman Chazin Don Kamens Tohn Gallagher Dave Meyers Peter Gibboms-Ncff Mark Presley Dan Hoth Herold Theran Gerald Marcus Sid Portnoy Paul Rich Peter Ricker Nail Ross Stan Sachs George Schaeffer Clark Sorenson Charles Williams Steve _Yanklowity Richard Owen Eric Rackow Dennis Riff Pat Ruth Harris Silverman Robert Spector Mike Tauger Tom Zulick
S ; ek Council Election Victory i _ _^ _B " [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
S ; ek Council Election Victory i _ _^ _B * » a _ _- L . . .. _* . -. _ . ; im Armbruster Tim Armbruster is a government major fiom _Montoursville , Pennsyllaiua -n high school he served on the student council as both president and trcasuru At F and M he has been a member of the Student Council s \ d Hot Committee on Social Regulations an d president of Delta Sigma Phi fraternity If elected , there aie several proljo » als and ideas Tim would like to put into effect he feels the campus chest is an excellent idea which he would lie to see re-instituted he expressed the opinion that Student Council must _sliou its maturity to East Hall . Student Council should act as a liaison between the student body and East Hall , not as a separate _povvei an honoi system w ould be ineffective and worthless at F and M _, if Council i &lt; to become an effecti \ e liaison its members must be both moie capable and more responsible Tun says , A clearer choice , less platitudes and sophomoric i...
PETE KEERS , — _^ _ _= ] I Sports Scope [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
PETE KEERS , — _^ _ _= ] I Sports Scope Its been said that lightning never strikes itwice in the same place , but if F and JVC s All-Opponent basketball team is any indication , this proverb has been proven wrong in three instances S t andou ts ¦ I against the DipH _^ HHH _^^ H lomats in court _^^ H _^^ J _^^ _JBHj action a year _^^ R r _^ _KcBhI ago , Dickinsons flJPBt _eja&amp;ipfflP Dave Thomas , f _^^ n 2 Hf- -K Albright s Andy _j _^^^^ gX _^ BS K u d r i c k , and _^^^ B _fffi _^^ H Ursinus Barry _^^^ _HPjHHH T r o s t e r once _ again chalked up Pete Keers B . . ,. o _fj-i . outstanding Sports Editor . showings when pitted against F and M this -win ¬ ter . Joining them on the eight-man unit selected by Coach Chuck Wimsor s squad weie Thomas Dickinson ¦ teammate Don Smith , Drexel s Mike McGurdy , Gettysburg s George Strouse , _Juruatas Leioy Mock , and Muhlenberg s Gary Spengler . Thomas , a former _ficshinan teammate of _All-Americam Fred Hetzcl at Davadson before tra...
F&M Depth Captures MAC Swim Title [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
F&amp;M Depth Captures MAC Swim Title By MARK SKLARZ With double wanner Bill Smulyan and the Diplomat s tremendous depth providing the highlights , F and M s _varsitv swimming / team climaxed a perfect 10-0 regular _campaign by capturing the MAC College Division championships in Eli / . abehtown this weekend Winning top honors in only three of 14- events , F and M had as many as four swimmers cross ded into the first six finishers an certaim races , and managed to chalk up 103 points en route to topping runneiup Dickinson by eight points The third team in strong contention , Lycoming , trailed the Diplomats , 53-51 , alter Fridays activity but could manage to tally only 28 points in the final day of action Viewing the first tutlcholding F and M squad since 19-19 , Coach George McGanness exclaimed jubilantly after the meet , It s the best team weve ever had These kids w orked like dogs all season , and never complained Splashing his way to a 2 . 24 8 triumph in the 200-yard b...
Lehigh Heads EIWA Clubs [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
Lehigh Heads EIWA Clubs Ranked third nationally by the Amateur Wrestling News , Lehigh will be entering this sveekend s EIWA Championships as a favorite to capture its eighteenth title for this tournament . Also very much in the championship picture if season s records are a lehable tindex to performance for the always hectic Eastern Association competition are Penn State , Navy , Airmy , Syracuse , Temple , and Pitt with Columbia , Colgate , Cornell , F and M , Harvard , Penn , Princeton , Rutgers , and Yale hoping to spring more than a few surprises on their highly touted opponents Caruso Favored Looming as the leading contender for the 123-pound crown , is Lehigh s ace sophomore Mike Caruso , a Second Team All-American mid-season selection The Engineers biggest barrier to a title may prove to be his wrestleoff with teammate Rich Waxnke with the svrrcner slated to enter a field which includes Penn State s defending champ Jay _Windfeldei , Army s Mike Steenlagc , Syracuse s Terry H...
Clair Garners Third At Nav > [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
Clair Garners Third At Nav &gt; Owncis of a 9-0 lcgui . u slate , F and M s fieshnun uiotlu &gt; traveled to Annapolis ioi the _Ifltf _Freshmani Invitational I omnium this weekend and came l &gt; u k _» 3 pan of place winncis Dropping down to 147- |) 1 UikK Ioi the tournament , the Diplomits I Claiir captuied thud plan &gt; lh dl vision while 137-poundci _Si &gt; u Sma tra saw his in tcicollcgiau ui S streak snapped at 10 niatili _&lt;» a . I garnered fourth place _IauiW-. _Clair Rebounds Following a first _lound _lise Claii got off to a pooi start when I l ) 0 Utd to Navy s Chip _Alevundei !&gt; - ~ J Clan lebounded , ho \ w \ i _uu-ul ing a 5-4 decision o \ ti Pun _j Spmda m Ac consolation Mi- ™ befote Hopping East Si- iiW &gt; _uig &gt; Brian Wolf , 5-2 , in the _i i . _solatioa fi nails . Sinatra also _receded a _&gt; t _lound bye aind proceeded to pin _comings Fred Wright in 5 . 34 of t _1 » attcl f...
C ptimism Marks Spring Prospects [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
C ptimism Marks Spring Prospects i MAC golf champion two college tccoidholders i track , and a p . _tcher who _( aptuicd MVP lionora n the _196-J F and M vanity baseball squid an ani g the athletes who will be on _haid this _spunq _aj _&gt; _iv Diplomats bd to cltina \ whan Ins _aheadv pro _^ n to be a memorable 1961-65 atMetic year -porting varsitv teams in baseball , _Iaocsst &lt;&gt; olf ten . _i-., and track , the D . plcmats will o _, _ji n up the _sprite ; sports season when Nctip iU . ie ail \ is on cairpus for a _lactossc match on March 2 i Murono At Second Minus the services of John l ? c-idi . _f and M ba : _^ _- ball catch Woody Wheaton can still call upc i the ¦ _eivices of Dave Boucher the team s tcp pufomi i in 1964 . and Bob Penney as he builds up nis p tch ng staff fora 13-gamc caid Scccndbaseman Seiki Muiono ard = ho tstop Tied Wert figure to compere a crack keystone ccmbination with a year of \ arsity evpeiicncc undti the i bclt &gt;...
ZBT Faces Delta Sig For I-F Court Crown [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
ZBT Faces Delta Sig For I-F Court Crown _Co-leader ZBT and Delta Sig , each with 9-1 lccords , will meet this evening at 9 in a game which will decide the Inter - Fiateimtv league championship Each team added another victory to then lecord during the past week as Delta Sig easiiv disposed of Kappa Sig , 65-61 , behind the hot shooting of Tim \ rrnbrustei ¦ who secned 19 points ZBT ciushed thud place Pi Lamb , 59-33 , as high scoring Jimmy Weinei scoicd 25 Ma . shall Wins Maishall Hall qualified -to meet the wanner of the ZBT-Della Sig game loi the All-College Intramural championship as the \ _shatteied Chi Phi-B , 84-18 ZBT defeated the Esseten \ Commuteis to win the Intiamural Bowlnig championship ZBT had won the Fraternity League while the Commuters -ueie \ ictorious in the Independent _Cucuit Bob Rose and Geoigc Haiad with high single game of 222 and 210 paced the niimcu while the Commuter ! -ueie led bv Glen Biookj and Mike Ilennv who each idled 193 games In squash the Intiamura...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 March 1965
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