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Featherman , Williams Win Woodrow Wilson [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 March 1965
Featherman , Williams Win Woodrow Wilson Brittingham ( Continued from Page 1 ) time Fiedenc S Klein , secretary of &lt; tihc faculty had not heard of the decision m the Brittingham ca . se but commented , I m not too surprised because this has happened to someone who s not on tenuic a number of times He also said while I regret any associate leaving the faculty , I don t ha \ e any indication of an un ¬ just act * Last Year The PSC last refused to grant tenure during the academic year 196364 when it consideied the cases of Professors Sbrouthes of psychology and Alley of physics . Students fiom Bnttmgham s classes on Wednesday recall that he indicated that the College s refusal to _rene-u his contract was comp letely unexpected In fact , Bnttmgham _was promoted from Instructor to Assistant Piofessor last fall Not Professional When reached by the REPORTER , Brittingham commented , I made a statement in class which has apparently caused some controversy I dont know if I really ...
Demonstrators Protest Rights Violations [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 March 1965
Demonstrators Protest Rights Violations By DICK SCHUBERT We want to voice our indignation , communally and loudly over the current events in _Alabama , _&lt; _aid Leslie Lenkousky _befoie a crowd at a protest meeting Tuesday evening Lenkowsky , representing the F and M Committee for Social \ otion , said that he wanted the meeting to impress upon everybody t he importance of _wfoat is happening in Selma , Alabama The first of five guest speakeis , Mrs . Bebty Tompkins , who is the community chairman of the N A A C P in Lancaster , said we are here to talk about freedom , but s he continued that more must be done than just talk Need lor Action Mrs Tompkins spoke about what she termed the sin of silence and non-involvement We cannot , she emphasized , just agree with the civil-rights protests , and then do nothing about it All Guilty When a moral right is not upheld . Mrs Tompkins continued , we are all guilty of this sin Police in _southern states cannot go unchallenged and G...
Two Catalogues To Replace Outmoded Biennial Edition [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 March 1965
Two Catalogues To Replace Outmoded Biennial Edition By the time the College _catalogue , publications will be the listing of the is printed , it s out of date , stated Leo E Geier , secretary of the College Therefore , ithe catalogue has been separated into two sections one , a general catalogue , and the other , an academic bulletin The front part of the present catalogue will be a bulletin of general information about the College It will contain descriptions of the distribution requirements and the courses , although this will be done in a general way , not a definitive way , Geier _explained It will be printed biarmuailly Academic Bulletin The -second half of the present catalogue will be incorporated into z . academic bulletin which will contain the specifics of the curriculum , such as courses offered and also the procedural _aspecu This publication will be brought up-to-date and be distributed annually The only portion of the catalogue that wall be duplicated m the two members...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 March 1965
Referendum , SC ( Continued from Page 1 ) a nominee The referendum received 308 votes of approval and 127 dissenting votes The total of 435 votes represents a turnout of approximately one-thjrd ol the student association ( See editorial , page 2 ) The students also voted on a poll consisting of two questions which are printed below . 1 . The Student Council to be a more effective organization , should continue its plan for re-evaluation and re-organization Agree Disagree 2 The Student Council , and its functions of student government and representation of students , should be abolished Agree Disagree Of the students voting for the poll , 396 of 428 voted in favor of the Election Results first question On the second question , 348 students voted to maintain Council on campus , whereas 90 students voted to abolish the organization . The second question represented a vote of confidence an trip student government on campus Highest Vote-Getters John Burness , an alternate on the present ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 March 1965
Biology Courses Dr . John J . McDermott , chahman of the biology department , has announced two changes in the lelated course requirements for biology majors in the Class of 68 . Majors will be requiied to take three semesters of mathematics . Quantitative Analysis ( Chem . 25 ) will be dropped as a requirement as it is presently incorporated in the General Chemistry courses ( Chem . II and 12 ) .
Piir of Diplomats Cop MVP Awards [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 March 1965
Piir of Diplomats Cop MVP Awards Highlighted by a keynote address fiom Hi ] ack Ramsc \ St Josep hs head basketball coach , F and M \ Winter Spoils Banquet on _Jli _ sday e \ cmn &lt;&gt; , capped off what has all each pio \ on to be a 5 nc . cc . siul _campaign with onK this weekend s EIW \ championships icuia nm « on the _agenda Woikmg around the central theme that success in athletics can be ap plied to success in life , Ramsey pio \ ided some insight into his coat him p _hiiowphy , _nariated some _intcicttins anecdotes about some of the key p _layeis on his 26-1 court squad anc injected some keen humoi into hi keynote address Decision Withheld For the second consecutive season , _fied Wert _jcceived the Lchigli Va )) e \ \ Uimni Club Basketball \ _waul foi his peiformance on the haidcouit Coach Chuck Winsoi also disclosed hat Weit , the Diplomat s fust junioi ¦ ap tain since 1950 , has been named is captain-elect foi his final yeai of _jlav , thus making him one ...
Delta Sig Tops ZBT For I-F Championship [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 March 1965
Delta Sig Tops ZBT For I-F Championship _Capiuh / um on ZBI _\ _]&gt; ooiesl ¦ . hccting c \ enm » of the season , Delta Sig lolled to a 40-29 triumph and thr 1961-6 ) 1-r Basketball Chainpionship in Ma \ sei _Gxmnasium on I iicsdav e \ cmnt ; Behind by a 7-2 count in the closing minutes of the fust qimrtei Delta Sig deadlocked the scoic at 7-7 on i pan of buckets . b \ Tun \ imbnistci ind \ nd \ Lucaielli togcthei uilh a iiu tlnou by Dick Weber Guiham Knots Scoic _Pioni that poim onwau ! the lead onstanth changed hands m the first ia ]| _wuli ZBT _holdmi ; a 21-19 edge m a jump s hot by Maik I . effcnfeld with lf &gt; s than a mimitt ol pla \ ic mainiii !; m tlit half Lan \ Giahani and Nimbi uste then connected foi scoic- to _qni Delta Sm i 2 _i-21 halftime achan tage With the _usmnplioii ol _pla ) \ im hmsiei and _Gcoigc Tthnkou paree the wa \ as DlIui Sin widened its niai _g-in to 38-25 at one point Aimbiustei topped the \ _utuis « _ul _Jl poniLs _iilnlo Jim Wcinc...
Novelist Sophie Kerr Grants F and M $ 5 , 000 Gift in Will [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 March 1965
Novelist Sophie Kerr Grants F and M $ 5 , 000 Gift in Will Sophh- Km . noted no \ chst and _mas-a / inc cchtoi who died last month at the a » e of 84 named F and M as the recipient ol a » ift cl _? _t 000 _tindc-i the leiins cl hei will Miss Ken who wiote 2 _S no \ els and &lt; x \ _eial hundted _shoit stones and whose- humoious lietion appealed in _leading women s maga / incs , was one of thiec women ; who ha \ e lecened honoiarv degices fiom _F and M in the College s 177 \ eai histoiy She leccncd a doctoi of humane letteis degiee in 1948 _Inciciiingly Important _! Wills and bequests aic becoming _incieasinglv unpoitant in pioviding solid financial footing foi the College , and thcicfoic th . s is an especially meaningful gift Ptesidcnt Spalding said In leccnt \ eais , Miss Kens work had appealed in niaga / ines including ] l _^ _oi ) 7 tin f Da ) J ogue and McCnll s Moie than 100 of hci shoit stoi . es weie _jniblished b &gt; The Satin day Csenuia . Post with an ev...
Karlovsky Gives Parting Views About Our Situation , Institutions [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 March 1965
Karlovsky Gives Parting Views About Our Situation , Institutions By BRADLEY FUHRMAN Among the professors planning tc leave Franklin and Marshall after thi : term is Professor C C LambcrgKarlovsky of the Department ol Sociology and Anthropology Professoi Lamberg , who will complete his first year at F and M this spring , came to F and M with one summer of teaching experience U . of Penn \ former member of the Dartmouth version of the College Scholar Program , Lamberg did his graduate work it the University of Pennsylvania and at Yale in anthropology and archeology , especially of the Near East Having completed all of the requirements , he will receive his parchment _officially this May He has conducted field work in Jordan , Iraq and Tur- ^ _cy _, and , having published a number ) f papers , is now wntng a book on : he development of _metallurgy in the Vear East Ass t Professor Lamberg has accepted a position as an assistant professor of anthropology at Harvard University for the nex...
Writer of Semester Progs _^ m With Our _Pre-Med in N ind [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 March 1965
Writer of Semester Progs _^ m With Our _Pre-Med in N ind 2 , 1965 By RUSSELL McINTOSH What happens v \ hcn pre-med meets pre-med In most cast , health ful dialogue ensues Did vcu learn all the bones in the cat &gt; cl \\| la did you get on your last Bio test ? What did you do in lab toe ¦&gt; d 1 ( you know etc What happens when Ec major meets Ec major How s the t ; . | _lcscri , these days Who do you think v \ as the best balance of _tiadi Russi ; wants to buy what from the United States And what do you suppose French majors talk about Liu _» aa _, t -il trcs difficile Et quoi penscz-vous dc Mme Jeannet , commc pioi _. s _^ usc _ Sune 7-vous des cours dc M Mayaud These are the type of conversations you might expect to _heai But uha sort of conversation do you hear when the prc-med meets the French major Did you learn all the bones in the cat yet Suive / _-vous des coin , di \ I Mayaud Or suppose the Ec major happens to meet an English _nujoi m tht coffee shop , do y...
Bernstein Ouster Stirs Controversy ; His Case To Be Reopened at Yale [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 March 1965
Bernstein Ouster Stirs Controversy ; His Case To Be Reopened at Yale NEW HWEN , Conn ( CPS)— \ community here Yale has come . e , nui : | four day demonstration of support for Yale philosophy piofessoi Richard J Bernstein produced the first sign of hope Thuisdav when the tenuic appointments committee announced it would meet to decide whether to reopen the controversial case The committee announced it would meet at a later date to decide whether new evidence has been iece . \ ed which would wan ant reconsideration Denied Tenure Bernstein , 32 . one of the most populai professois in the university , wa : denied tenure last week despite the unanimous iecommendation of the philosoph y department In 1962 , hi ; dcpaitment recommended him foi tenure after only one term as assistant piofcssor , but the tenuic committee denied that promotion Bernstein presently is an associate professor without tenure The committee s announcement came two hours beforr an exjbeiant , enthusiastic rally of mo...
I-F Weekend : Poor Judgment Brings Obnoxious Dissonance [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 12 March 1965
I-F Weekend : Poor Judgment Brings Obnoxious Dissonance Comment By GORDON PRAGER The age of the self-made man is surely upon us Who can doubt the infinite wisdom and profundity of this statement when it can be so tellingly applied to this past I-F weekend Indeed , such stellar entertainment as the Kingsmen and Dave van Ronk , who could escape resorting to his own ingenuity in order to raise the level of this altogether poorly planned two-day stretch Obnoxious Dissonance Weekend festivities began , for all Dr . Friedman Sees Acceptance Man As a Modern Job Dr Maurice Friedman s religion lecture this afternoon , entitled The Modern Promethean versus ithe Modern Job , concerned the two types of rebellion thait he sees arising from the exile of modern man Prometheus Prometheus was a Titan who stole fire to give it to man This characterises a rebellion against the gods , within the given order , that is for mankind The modern Prometheus , however , rebels against the order Anything that i...