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PETE KEERS - v ™ . , : Sports Scope [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 30 March 1965
PETE KEERS - v ™ . , : Sports Scope Having channeled his athletic efforts into football and laciossc during his four years m Diplomat sports uniforms , the accent will be on change for Jon Frere this fall -when he arrives in a town where _joisting with an enraged bull is considered to he more fashionable than -tossing a touchdown pass or blocking a punt Still , much as ¦¦¦ M the University of _¦^ HHMH _^^ B Madrid may conHHupli _^ HS trast with F and HH _^ _t _^ HHi M . Frere should _WP _^ _faSJBy _^ be able to cope _. _^^ _HvL with the drffer- ^^^ _A _^^ X _^ _HK ( inces rather eas- ^^ Kli _^ n ily After all , ¦ _HHkJHIHB _^ ust ast ycar t ie _PeteKeers senlOr IacrOSSe Sports Editor _^ P 1 _* 1 com P eted on two teams which compiled an unimposing 1-15 combined record while ait present he has yet to appear in a losing effort during his final campaign of vaisity action Frere played a key role m F and M s rags to raches football story on Williamson Field in the autumn , and if last We...
MARK SKLARZ , Coast To Coast [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 30 March 1965
MARK SKLARZ , Coast To Coast As the recent basketball si i sun ha ended with the dubious _distniimmo having elements of scandal m . _ij _i for the second time within liu uais it seems to be high time to i \ j 1 uji . the big time sports _policus ili _. u it main quite apparent on iollim cam puses throughout the _comitis With the _tremendous _gionth of in _tercolleijiate athletics in ( lie . last fif teen years it seems that _sonicuhen the integrity of amaleui spoils hjbeen completely dissipated Unfortunate e \ ampks _uuaniK ended the 196-1 football siason on a sour note The U _nneisit ) of Ircoigii which had completed a hi ilium 9 1 campaign dimaxid by a vim hi tin Sun Bon ) , Mas suddenh _fomd io hi fen its entne schedule whin u \ uirevealed that tackle Jim Wilson Ind signed a professional _contiait u tin close of his junior _^ _cal hiii _iuuIoim to inform anyone less se \ eie but fai moit shoikim incident concerned fi \ p _plawii hon the Univeisity of Oklahoma uh &lt; sign...
Dip Baseball Nine Set for Moravian [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 30 March 1965
Dip Baseball Nine Set for Moravian Baseball hopes ran high for F and M a year ago , but a combination of inclement weather ¦ which wiped five scheduled contests off the books and a couple of setbacks in close games giounded the Diplomats \ Mth a 4-3 _tecord for the spung . However , with six starters and two of his leading pitchers back in the fold , this may be the yeai in which Woody Wheaton s Bio , Blue conies _thiough as a _stions MAC Noithein Division contender . a stion « _ivi / _VL . _iNounein uivision Crawford Shines The Diplomats _% m 11 be opening the campaign when they journey to Moravian this Thursday afternoon for a meeting with a veteran Greyhound team which lecoided an 11-5 slate m 1964 Moravian will be able to call upon a trio of 300 hitters and ace hurler Bob Zeifass to pace the way _Outfieldei Hank Nehilla ( 395 ) , secondbaseman Arhe Nagle ( 318 ) , and shortstop George Pitsilos ( 304 ) paced the Greyhound attack last spring while Zerfass compiled a 5-1 record on ...
Vet Foursome Tops Net Club [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 30 March 1965
Vet Foursome Tops Net Club By ED RUBENSTEIN With four returning lettermen forming a solid nucleus , F and M s vaisity tennis squad will open up its court season at Dre \ el on Saturday afternoon Expecting tough competition fioni Swarthmore , Haverford , Dickinson , Moravian , and Johns Hopkins , Coach Glenn Miller s club will be out to improve upon their 6-5 record of a year ago Minus the scivices of Lance Knauth and Lou Diemer fiom last year s regular lineup , Miller will be able to call upon John Plakans , Doug Paul , and Howie Rockette for the first three singles berths with Bob Boin expected to follow them Sophs Provide Depth Other varsity aspirants include sophomoies Jeff Nixon , Dyke Ffendnckson , Brian Brody , Bob Campbell , and Andy Lucarelli , along with junior Bob _Leuffen who saw pait j time action in 1964 Miller is somewhat apprehensive about the opener with Drexel because his squad has not been able to log much practice time outdoors . At practice for more than four wee...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 30 March 1965
Hall , Wagner , Knox _, Boost Spring Hopes Two runners who already hold F and M college track records and a : golfer who looms as the top performer in the MAC will be pacinc ; their respective teams when they open up the 1965 spring sports schedule this weekend . Ready to host Bucknell this Fri- -. _rfapnA » n O _«~~ V . Will ,. — Tiexler s golfers will be led by King Knox , the 1963 MAC titlist who was unable to compete a year ago . Steve Hall and Tim Wagner figure to be two of the key figures on a Diplomat track squad which will be relying heavily on picking up points in the running events due to the loss of several of 1964 s field standouts . Hall holds the College record for the 100 and 220-yard dashes respectively with 9 . 9 and 21 . 7 second efforts while Wagner has been clocked in 1 : 55 . 9 for the half time . Other veteians on the club include Randy Collins , Tom Ulrich , Ray Shivelhood , Dave Thome , Hank Erisman and Bill Boehme , but the margin between victory and defeat ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 30 March 1965
TODAY Vaisity Lacrosse M I T at F and M 3 3 C THURSDAY Varsity Baseball F and M at Moravian 3 45 FRIDAY Varsity Golf Bucknell at F and iM 1 30 SATURDAY Varsity Tennis F and M at Drexel 2 00 Varsity Track _Le-banon Valley at F and M 2 00 Varsity Baseball F and M at PMC 2 15 Varsity Lacrosse Hartwick at F and M 2 30 APRIL 5 Varsity Baseball Lebanon Valley at F and M 3 30 APRIL 6 Varsity Track F anct M at _Muhlenberg _, 3 30
CSA Revives Campus Chest To Raise Funds for Charity [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 April 1965
CSA Revives Campus Chest To Raise Funds for Charity ¦\ fier an absence of two \ cais . the Campus Chest is being ie \ i \ cd this Spring b \ the Committee foi Socia • Vcticn undci the auspices of the Student Council Dnccted bv Leslie Lenkowskv fi / and Calvin Bakei 65 , the Chest will raise funds foi Woild Umveisitv Scivicc National Scholaiship Sen ice and fund foi Negio Students , and a special Student - Facultv Scholaiship Fund Vaudeville Show \ ccording to Lenkowskv and Bakei . the goal of the drive lies Somewheie between one and two thousand dollais The piincipal souire of funds will be peisonal solicitation anc a studcnt-facultv \ audeville show We hope that cvci ) student will contribute at least one dcllai when liicnibcis of oui staff call upon them said the two co-chanmen Ref i eshments Jn addition lcfieshments will be sold foi the benefit of the Campus Chest at most college functions Stands will be manned at SUB hops conceits , and spoiting c \ ents Hopefully , the fiatcimt...
Student Council Nominates Cooper , Rich for President ; Juniors Elect 9 Delegates [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 April 1965
Student Council Nominates Cooper , Rich for President ; Juniors Elect 9 Delegates In a _Wednesday tilled with Student Council _actiuU | umoi class _delegates weie elected and a pint iiicctin . ol the old and new Councils nominated candidates Joi office and passed a lesolution adcliosed to the adinimstiation . Class of 1966 J he iic \\ l \ elected _iepiesentati \ cs ot the class ol 1966 and then \ ote totals aie Chailes Williams ( 10-1 ) Ted Dillin » hani ( 87 ) . Tim Aimbiustci ( 80 ) . Da \ e Biaun ( 71 ) . Paul Rich ( 69 ) . Ste \ c Yanklow it / ( 51 ) . Sidney . Portno _\ ( 49 ) . Ron Fauci ( -49 ) and Wa \ nc Manson ( 47 ) A . total ol 15 | uniois appio \ iinatel \ 50 pci cent ol the class cast ballots Dm ing the Wednesday e \ cnms &gt; ] omt nieetins ; . the nominees foi candidates let the all-campus Student Council olliceis election weie selected Candidates r l lie candidates loi the picsidency aic Bain Coopei and Paul Rich Coopei was nominated bv Chi is Baldwin while ...
F and M Phi Beta Kappa Selects 15 for Membership [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 April 1965
F and M Phi Beta Kappa Selects 15 for Membership F and M s chapter of Phi Beta Kappa has selected its new membeis From the class of 65 those chosen \ icre Thomas B . Brody , Lany E . Ewing , Kenneth R . Galnci _, _Geoige A Kaysen , Peter M . Lcvitin , John _Plakans , Neil L . Sbar , O . Dale _Schnefrer , J ack W . Shillim * , Stephen P Waring , and Glenn E . Yocum . New members from the class of 66 lull le William R . Lippe , Bruce W . Puerling , and Edward M . _Roginski . In addition , Allen V . Sweie ; ert was elected but had not yet accepted by Tuesday . These students will join ihose elected as juniors last yeai , who are David L . Featherman , George J Harad , and A . Richard Kneedlei . Dr Heller of the chemistry department , secietary and tieasuici of Theta Chapter of Pennsylvania , announced the new membeis w ill be initiated at the annual meeting or Monday , April 12 , at 4 30 p m ir the Aiispach Room of Fackenthal Library A dinner will follow at 6 30 in the Benjamin Frankli...
SUB Reviews Weekend ; Getz and Byrd To Highlight [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 April 1965
SUB Reviews Weekend ; Getz and Byrd To Highlight \ general ie \ iew of this weekends SUB festivities was the pi unary subject of the SUB meeting held fuesda \ night in Maishall Hall The meeting commenced with a discussion of the Fndav mqht dance President Chailes Williams told the boaid that the dance would take place in either the second oi third dining loom of the Benjamin _Fiankhn Residences Running fiom 9-1 the dance will fcatuic the Endclls He added that thcic would also be a cabaiet in one of the dining halls that evening , sponsoicd bv the Campus Chest Hovvevei , the SUB would have no connection with the cabaiet administcicd by the class officcis on _Saluidas evenings Williams ne \ t _lenunded the boaid that the Satuidav night conceit featuring Stan Get / and Chailev Bvid would mn fiom fi - 10 &gt; 0 Tickets will be on sale from 6 . 30 - IS 15 and will cost $ 2 apiece , howevei , students with dates , faculty , and administration will be admitted fiee of chaige Studen...
'New Era' Reports Tenure Statements [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 April 1965
New Era Reports Tenure Statements In a statement published in th &lt; Lancaster New Era Wednesday , Pies ident Keith Spalding repoitcd thai he pcisonallv leviewcd the Piofcssional Standaids Committee s decision tc deny Piof Gcoige Bnttingham tenuie The statement was issued in lesponse to a fiont-page stoiy in the New Era detailing the actions taken bv the committee The stoiy included a statement bv Biitungha . ni who said that he had been gi \ en no leason foi his dismissal Bmtinghani continued that his dismissal was not foi moial tuipitude , it was not foi incompetence , and it was not foi politics \ fter talking with Bnttingham when the decision was made , Spalding icpoitcd I consulted again with the faculty committee involved , and I have again _personally leviewed the whole mattci I can find no icason to _icveise the decision
Miss A . Gallagher Of the Peace Corps To Speak Today [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 April 1965
Miss A . Gallagher Of the Peace Corps To Speak Today Miss Ann _Gallagher - iss Ann Gallaghei , formerly a . ace Corps voluntcei in the P _! opines , will be available foi co iltation with _piospectivc apP _ 1 its from 11 30 a m to 1 p m ln e Campus House July of 196-1 Miss Gallaghei C 01 _dieted two years of teaching _^ n _-sh as a foiengn language on _&lt; piimaiy and secondaiv level _ ibatuan , IIloilo 1 iaplain Tayloi s office , which ls ndling the visit , has airanged fo &gt; _iliss Gallagher to attend Pro- ¦ es Pianca s 9 am Spanish class ln v-200 and Piofessoi Hol / inger inthropology class at 11 a m ln 1-202 Last night the Com1111 e for Social Action sponsoicd 1 c lner for hnr
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 April 1965
Dr . John Blair The Government and Economics Clubs are sponsoring an informal discussion by Dr . John Blair , chicl economist of the monopoly subcommittee of the Senate _judiciarj committee . Blair s discussion , titled Some Piescnt Challenges for the Free Enterprise System , will be held Monday in the Browsing Room of the library at 7 : 30 p . m .
Jerome Rothenberg _--T — _, _^^^~ _^ r I Minimum Wage IExtension Is Justified [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 April 1965
Jerome Rothenberg _--T — _, _^^^~ _^ r I Minimum Wage IExtension Is Justified ? , * , , In cider to mitigate the haidships of labor conditions detrimental to the maintenance of living necessary for health , efficiency , and the general well being of workers , the Congress in 1938 pasted the Fair Labor Standaid ; &lt;\ . ct The act was passed under the provision for fedeial legislation pertaining to interstate commerce The original statute has been icpeatedly amended , but many of these additions have been in flagrant violation of the bills intend- i _^^ _feh . cd purpose ( as stated above ) BB&amp;B _&amp;Bk Original Law fl _§^^ S The law originally covcicd only _^| _ng _*^ , jg _* employees cf productive goods industries , thait is , workeis who wcic _ _•« engaged in the production of cap- _^^ _SJ _^ _j _^ _l ital goods which would be Hans- _^^ A _^ _^^ _flta ported across state lines for use , g _^^ _&amp; _jj SHI or in the production of capi- _„ , ...
EDITOMIAL 8 [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 April 1965
EDITOMIAL 8 In Answer to Our Correspondent Tuesday we published a letter from a student who seemed to think that students could become more intimately involved in the affairs of the College . Well , we re not really sure . Becoming involved in the College s affairs requires some qualities that seem to be in short supply : courage , perseverance , willingness to work , and an endless supply of patience . Frankly we are not sure that the students in this College have these qualities The students here seem far more willing to allow themselves to be imposed upon than one would think . One would expect that any man approaching his ma | onty would heartily resent Living in accommodations little better than a modern YAACA . Yet students here have stood for it since 1956 , when Mar-shall-Buchanan Halls were built True , there has been a lot oi griping , but there haven t been any large protests . Nobody we know of has tried to change anything Maybe students here really don t ca-e how they l...
Letters to the Editors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 April 1965
Letters to the Editors No Logical Basis For Brittingham Petition To the Editors : In its edition of March 30 , 1965 , the REPORTER stated that When some 300 or 400 students band together to sign a petition in favor of a faculty member , especially on this campus , feelings are running high When a freshman who has not had the faculty member in any class leads this drive , feelings arc running paiticularly high . This paper e \ piessed in the same editonal that it would appreciate a statement , on the part of the PSC a statement as to the cause ( s ) of Professor George Brittingham s dismissal Statement I have been asked to sign the petition and I haven t The reason , quite frankly , is a peisonality clash between Professor Brittingham and myself I agree that a statement should be madr but not as a result of a petition , initiated by persons who have yet to be taught by Professor Brittingham Although this is true , &gt; ou have quoted one of the organizers to have said We feel...