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Cooper Wants to Lead In Critical Year for S . C . [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Cooper Wants to Lead In Critical Year for S . C . 196 _o-66 will he a cntical vcai in deteiminmg the futuie of student go \ emment at _Fiankhn and Maishall Student Council , _bwng the \ oice of the student association must demonstrate that it can bettei lepresent the needs of the student bod \ Council needs competent membeis and foiceful leaders willing to canv out a piogram of action The following pioposals outline m _\ progiam foi 1963-66 I _uigt you to lead and remembci these ideas , foi I pledge mvstclf to this piogiam and these changes This document does not meitlv lepiesent campaign promises , but a sinceie pledge of action TS \ o Constitutional Amendments Two immediate constitutional amendments aie necessary to insure bettei student lepicsentation on Council Firstly all candidates should foe _icquiied to petition foi nomination The piesent procedure of incumbent icpresentaUv es nominating then opposition is ludicrous and impractical Secondlv , uc should ha _\ e equal represen...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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Baltimore Symphony Group Displays Brilliance in Hensel [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Baltimore Symphony Group Displays Brilliance in Hensel By H . MILES GROTH Members of the wind sections ol the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra picsented a program of chambei music for wind quintet Wednesday evening at Hensel Hall The concert marled the last in . the Friday evening scries A relatively small audience gi ee led the group somewhat quietlv but a rapport was _immediatel > Formed Controlled Phrasing Tue musicians phrasing -was usually -luid and always contioiled Bnton Johnson , flutist , seemed to coordu ite the well-tempered ensemWc _P articularly fine is Stevens Hewitt , cboist _, whose interplay with clarinet _^ Ignatius Gennuso , during a wor by Malcolm Arnold , was an c \ cv _ng moment of the concert Arnold three Shanties for Wind Qumtet eie , particularly , amusing and ris _^ and certainly surpnsing _R mding out the group was Gerald Jorey , bassoonist , and Robert Pf _^ - ~ _, hornist , who , unfoitunately , sine- _; u _Vjjj way _throug ) - ! the second and t ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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Endels Sketchy , Byrd Lost , Getz Rusty in Performance [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Endels Sketchy , Byrd Lost , Getz Rusty in Performance by ALEX CONNERS Spinig Weekend enteitainment was given in small , short doses as the Endels pcifouned Friday night to a packed house at the Franklin icsidences and Stan Get / and Charlie Byid added a spark of sophistication to Saturday . Though the Endels sported a rather sketchy lepertoire of four songs , they amplv provided what the crowd wanted and did so with a persistence that was lemaikable in the sweltering heat Byid vias intense and strong , as is usual , but he seemed to be in . the _wiong milieu His rathei peisonal guitar is light for the Showboat , Byid s nightclub in D C , but somewhat lost in the enoimity of Mayser Gymnasium He was impiessive in most that he did , but a little off on the classical Geu was right where he belonged , but the horn was a little rusty in . the beginning of his stint His last piece was given all the powei he could give it and was well woith waiting for It was as if he weie emerging from a ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Writer of Semester Panel on Faulkner Concludes Series The Wntei of the Semester Piogiain on William Faulkner will conclude Thursday , April 8 , with a panel discussion on Faulkner , the <\ . itist , ° m the Green Room at 11 a m The works to be considered aie Lights in August a novel , and The Hear , an important Faulkner shoit story Faculty Panelists Panelists will be Piofessors Stunner J P Germain and Albert J Lcct of the College English depaitment and Professor Robeit Duke of the Lancastei Theological _Sennrid . iy _Modcia-toi will be Profcssoi James V Caid of the English department , chairman of the Writer of the Semester Program . Professoi Card noted that the two works to be considered Thuisdav arc onceined primarily with umveisal themes lather tha specific social piobIcms , and reveal Faulkner , the _» nter lather than Faulkner , the

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Kinsey Announces Ornithology Talks At North Museum Tied W Kinsev North Museum dilector has announced the schedule of a scnes of public lectuies in ormtholag _% io be held at the museum The seiies of five lectures beginning tomotiow on the topic Origin and _Distnbution of Buds , -will be given b > the museum s curatoi of ornithology , Kenneth B Coibett Other Topics Othei lecture topics will be <\ pnl 14— - Field Mannerisms April—91 — Field Marks May 5— _Migiation Ma > 12— Local Birds Ml lectures aie scheduled at the Museum at 8 00 p m Tickets aic available for $ 1 foi individual lectures and $ t foi the series with half-puce tickets available foi students

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Endels , Getz , Byrd Wing Their Way Through Spring Weekend Festivities

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Campus Chest Students dcsiiing to aid the Campus Chest Drive by working in its _actvvities should contact Les Lenkowsky in C-308 of Klein House . Poster makers and door-to-door collectors are especially needed .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

We Want Barry ! ; At this time we need not only a student leader , but a studeni worker as well We need a program of action and meaningful accomplishment . We firmly believe that Barry Cooper is the man who can satisfy our wants . Cooper embodies interest , responsibility , program and performance . He has generated activity and taken on burdens . In each case , he has proven that he has the ability , skill , and desire to complete a project competently . He has demonstrated the perseverance which is essential to leadership . In reading Cooper s statement we were well satisfied with the understanding of Council problems and the insighiful solutions which Cooper displayed . Cooper told us that he stands on his record , and he has a record to boasr about . He has made many ma | or contributions to this year s otherwise mediocre Council Last spring Cooper played a significant role in drafting the Setter to the administration which later resulted tn extension of hours in the library and...

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Eves Seeks To Play Vital Rol As Vice-President of Council [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Eves Seeks To Play Vital Rol As Vice-President of Council Contrary to popular belief , the role of the Vice-President of Student Council is vital Thus the person elected to this office must be well qualified I feel that my academic standing as a B-student , m > participation in Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity both as alumni relations officer and chairman of the committee to investigate new housing facilities and my previous participation as a representative and membei of the Executive Board of Student Council qualify me for the Vice-Presi-dency New Policies 4 s Recording Secretary of Student Council , I have initiated several new policies this past year , i c minutes vveie distributed the day aftei the meeting to the campus news media and the administration , as well as to Council members In addition , as acting chairman oi last summer s Student Leaders Conference Committee , I formulated the program and made the necessary preparations for the conference at Crmp Canadensis Dur...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Boardwalk , Park Place For Responsible SC To the Editors : All things are possible for men determined in purpose and clear in thought Theodore H White As a concerned member of the Students Association I attended the last meeting of our Student Council to see if this body was as inefficient as rumor held it to be It was As I watched the show , I had the feeling that the Chairman was pressed for time and that Council s meeting was delaying him The members of Council woiked continuously in an atmosphere of total confusion . They debated poorly written and poorly presented motions without the facts available to make their actions purposeful Because strict parliamentary procedure was not utilized , Council resembled a den meeting of Cub Scouts supervised by a weary mother . The members should have played Monopoly in iuchanan s Lounge instead of trying to leprcscnt the students in Schnader s basement The Council has lost its unity In fact on our campus , there is no force that unifies our...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

EH Wporter 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&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 M . 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 , Richard Schrot , Mel Shandler , Clark Silver , Larry Bank . Paul _Eisenberg , and Steve Perm Sports : Mark Skla...

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Dillingham Confident Of His Veep Capabilities [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Dillingham Confident Of His Veep Capabilities In the foithcoming elections 1 an running lor _Vicc-Ptcsidcnt < il the Sut dent Council I feel that the positim of serving on the _exccutivi . bo . ud a very impmtant one I know tint would be able to conduct tin _clutuso the office and contribute _con- > ti uitivtl \ to the functions of Council llivni served on Council for a full _viii am well acquainted with ilu pi cedmes and puiposes of Council It is m > firm opinion that ( . inn has potential to serve as a mon < - un structive paihamcntai ) bodv _clt . _ilmsj with student affans With _tlws m mind , I suppent the _campaign _• lJ d . datc Bauy Cooper loi PhsKMH I would encourage all nicmbiis >» student body to exercise then \»> i < - ci to vote in the elections nl llc al ¦\ pul 9

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

WIP s Nat Wright To Discuss Radio Tonight on WWM Nat Wright of WIP radio in Philadelphia will be appearing tonight on WAVFMs Nightlight show as the guest of Claikc Groomc They will be discussing the place of the college radio station in the bioadcasting mdustiy and the current trends of popular music Wright s background includes having served in the marines during World War II and attending Washington College in Maryland and Amencan Umversit > in Washington , D C After _vvoiking as a newspaperman for a few years , he went into broadcasting at small stations in Reading and Washington until joining the staff of WIP in 1961

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Contest for SC Treasurer Features John Gallagher Versus John Burness [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Contest for SC Treasurer Features John Gallagher Versus John Burness The office of treasurei of the Student Council carries with it a dual responsibi lity The first is a specific lesponsibihty as chairman of the finance committee of Council , the second is a general responsibility as a member of the executive board of Council And it is on this basis that I hope to evaluate myself as a candidate for this office The first criterion for evaluation concerning ideas and policies is possiMv the most impoitant for it in * nlvcs the main function of tht tieasuiy—the allocation of funds to all campus _organisations and the sub John Gallagher sequent picpaiation of a budget Two Bases The treasury last yeai was excellently run and for this reason many of ¦ _k present policies will be continued , but some changes will also be made V bnef . outlina of policy , follows . The . amount allocated to an oigam / ation . club would be based equally on hu ) things- ( 1 ) fiscal lesponsibihty ( hat is , ...

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Jarashow Runs For [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Jarashow Runs For Rec 8 ec _ y The COLLEGE REPORTER , in an editorial comment last week , spoke of the Student Council in terms of its last chance to make itself into a more constructive organization While we ma > _disagice on its present usefulness _, none of us will doubt that a stiff ice \ aluation and reorganization is necessary foi the furthei mipro \ ement of Council _AVith this in mind , the coming > eai is a most import mt one foi those concerned with the betterment of oui campus Improvement What membei of the student bodv would not like to see the mipro \ enicnt Rick Jarashow of Council , a student voice in the expansion piogiam of the college E closci relationship ~ between count , ! and the student , or a Student Count ll Committee to in \ _estimate the mam small and seemmgh petty matteis which might noimallv be passed o \ _t - _-i but which would nonetheless add to the impiovement of the campus f think the answci to this is obvious we would all be \...

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Gibbons-Neff Calls for Responsive SC Officers [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Gibbons-Neff Calls for Responsive SC Officers The Student Council piesently find ; itself at an cxtiemely ciitical junctuie _A \ hat it boils down to , in effect is thai this oigam / ation , because of what ha ; been in the past , a _senes of lathci non-impressive actions must now today justifv its existence both to the student assjciat . on at large and to East Hall Its hck of positive icsponsivc piogiams attuned to the wants and needs of the campus , has put it , one mav sa _> in a pooi light It has _ncitlici the _icspcct of the sludents that it _icpicsents nor tht conlidencc of the _adnunistiation with whom il must woik if it is to be _woith ) of as name Consequently if the Student Council oigim / ation is to continue to exist at FianUin and Mai shall it must dcnionstiatc fust of all , its ability to fulfill its iolc as the majoi studentadministration liaison and , secondly its willingness to effect the alteiations in its policy that aie necessary if it ib to establish...

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Comment Cooper Best Qualified , Most Logical President [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Comment Cooper Best Qualified , Most Logical President By MIKE YAGGY Banv Coopei is unquestionably the f fst candidate for the presidency o ( hi Student Council He is the onlv candidate that has demonstiated thr cspunsibility , integrity and sound _Judgment neccssaiy to piopcih fullill 1 ( - duties of president His pcifo _ mance as Treasuiei of the Student _(¦ _flinu l has given a good indication In- leadership , enthusiasm and conitiiuj interest in the students of _^ M It is not enough that a candi- ™ _t _> r the piesidcncy has expeuence _ii ) veais of service on the CounHe must have demonstrated that l _i able to assume responsibilities ¦ things thiough and exeicise l ! u i adeiship that is needed to do t ! lr Sc things that must be done He must have the confidence of the stunts the Council , the faculty , and tlle a _^ ministration He must be able w e a decision and then make that dcci S n stick Since the job has its lln _llc iant aspects , he must be able to n e &...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Financial Aid Financial aid applications for the 1965-6 academic year are now available in the Student Aid office , third floor , East Hall . Anyone interested in applying for aid should obtain a form at his earliest convenience . The forms must be completed and returned to the Student Aid office by Friday , April 23 .

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Candidate Mike Tauger Outlines His Proposals [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Candidate Mike Tauger Outlines His Proposals y § Mm Action ! Reform 1 These two words personify much of the student sentiment concerning the Student Council . The Council should act and should reform , for this coming year will be of the utmost importance The Student Council has been given a challenge to perform , and perform it must if at wishes to remain an organization of any significance at Fianklin and Marshall All the talking in the world and all the most profound and idealistic proposals originating in Council will not meet the needs of the student body . Rather , what is needed are realistic , practical ideas which can be readily transformed into deeds . Mike Tauger Thcicfore _, with these factors in mind , I have drawn up pioposals which are definitely within the scope of the new Council and which , when acted upon , -will be of _piactica ! assistance to the student body Five-Point Program 1—The study of the possibility of F and M organized on a tn-se-mester basis . 2—The s...

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Ardito Explains Value Of Corresponding Sec _' y [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 April 1965

Ardito Explains Value Of Corresponding Sec _ y Late last year , the Student Council \ oted to give its support to an organization known as the Associated Student Government of the USA . The oigani _^ abon itself is a non-political affiliation of schools from different parts of the country Each individual member contributes information on its constitution to a central stockpile and can in turn , if it so desires , draw on that stockpile to receive information about the workings of the other mem James Ardito be colleges Needless to say , the insight derived from this correspondence cruld indeed pro \ e to be valuable _Anting to obtain information of this natuie is of course the job of the corlesp _^ n ding secretary It is a little known office that can serve an important function , for through Correspondence with other schools , we can I ~~ ~~ H gain insight into our own problems and can more readily find a solution This is not the only area , there are several other areas as well , w...

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