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College Grants Nine Faculty Sabbaticals for Next Year [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
College Grants Nine Faculty Sabbaticals for Next Year Nine faculty mcmbeis ha \ _-c beer _gianted sabbatical leaves foi the coming ycai , accoiding to G . _Wayix Click , Dean of ihe College Most of the piofessois involved plan to spend the ontire yeai at _centeis foi schol . uslup lcseaich in various parts of the counliy and in foieign _countues including England , Geimajiy and Holland _College Policy Glick explained that the F and V sabbatical _leave policy permits faculty membcis to apply foi leaves on _z frequent basis , without lestiiction a : to length of service between leaves The practice of giantmg a leave ol absence cvciv six or seven vcars makes it unpossible for faculty membcis tc keep abicast of developments in then _lespcclue fields , and we no longei hare any such limitation Piofcssoi Phillip E Bedicnt , Mathematics Depaitment . will spend the ycai at the Univeisity of Michigan Bedient wall be studying changes taking place m the advanced mathematical field of leal anal...
REPORTER Pollsters Show Cooper Leads 2-1 [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
REPORTER Pollsters Show Cooper Leads 2-1 By the News Staff In a sampling of campus opinion taken by the REPORTER this week , Bany Coopci out polled Paul Rich bv a two to one maigin Of the 126 students interviewed Cooper « aineicd 62 \ otc and Rich leccivcd 32 ; 33 ol the students intciucwcd wcic undecided Cross-Section Sampled Conducting the poll on Tuesday , the REPORTER pollstcis obtained a cross-section of student opinion which included fiatcinity and non-fiatcinity men An attempt was made to lcpicscnt all classes . Who do you suppoit for the presidency of the Student Council , Paul Rich or Barry Cooper \ nd why This was the question asked all in temewees Breaking down the icasons given into vanous categories _allowed the REPORTER to make an analysis of student opinion personal charactenstics , leadership , speeches , peisonal contact , and the REPORTER editorial were the _majoi catena The fact that Rich would be a scnioi and Coopci , a junior , did not appear to be a significant...
Dr . R . Rosenbaum Phi Bet Lecturer , To Talk Monday [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
Dr . R . Rosenbaum Phi Bet Lecturer , To Talk Monday The Dean of Sciences at Wesleyan University will present the annual Phi Beta Kappa Oration here Monday Dr Robert A JRoscnbaum will &gt; peak on the topic And So On , meeting of the n ii /~ ft _t Dr . Rosenbaum College Chaptei of Phi Beta Kappa Rosenbaum is . the atithoi of An Introduction to Projective Geometry and Modern Algebra , and of articles on classical analysis , geometry , lineal algebra and mathematical education He has served as second vice-picsident of tlic Mathematical Association of \ menca , and is an associate cditoi of the American Mathematical _Monthly Rosenbaum obtained his \ and PhD at Yale Befoie going to Wcslcv . an , he taught at St . Johns College , Cambridge , on a Henry Fellowship , and at the Mathematical Institute , Oxford , on a N S F Fellowship Reed College Rosenbaum has also taught at Reec College , has served as Visiting Piofessor at Swanthmorc College , and has been a Visiting Scholai at th...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
F and M Glee Clut To Sing Here Sat , With Wilson Girls The Choial groups of Wilson Col lege and the F and M Glee Club wil present a diveise conceit _tomonow evening at 8 30 in Hensel Hall The Wilson Chou and Choial Club who aie daiectcd by Mis Dons Docli ler Smith will perform several piece ; alone including two Hungaiian folksongs by Zol _. lan Kodaly entitled The Straw Guy and See the Gipsies The girls mil also be singing an onginal work by Linda Williams , a Wilson senior , called _Veises from St Paul F and M Singers The F and M singeis , to the accompaniment of eleven brass msti uments , ire doing the Carnival Song by Waltci Piston . The Italian lyrics to bhis choral uoiL ueie written by Lo--en 7 O de Medici ( the magnificent ) The Carnival Song illustrates the • _evclnes of various gods and the exu- &gt; erance of youth Prof Hugh A Gault will direct ( Continued on Page 4 )
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
Hitor s Clarification i Tuesday s REPORTER we he . ilined Paul Rich s campaign sLi nient Rich Seeks Presidency To \ dvance Interest . We believed _k this meant Rich , if elected , _Ho d try to promote the students _Sci &gt; al welfare , as he declared in his . latement . It appears that the h _« line has been misinterpreted &gt; Mie as an editorialization . No mai _« e was intended by the head_w Any that has resulted from he -nisunderstanding is regretted .
Jetome Rothenbetg _CTrrossimaair _^ J _^^ _i _^ _'XL _^ tzxxa&sr -1 1965 Civil Rights Act Is Great Leap Forward [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
Jetome Rothenbetg _CTrrossimaair _^ J _^^ _i _^ _XL _^ tzxxa&amp;sr1 1965 Civil Rights Act Is Great Leap Forward On March 17 , President Johnson addressed both houses of Congress on the subject of voting rights and the enforcement of the 15 th amendment . The amendment states , in essence , that no person shall be denied the _ng-ht to vote on tihe basis of race , color , or previous condition of servitude The president asked foi . no delay , mo hesitation , no compromise He fuither commented that the proposed legislation would carry through to the finish the oldest and most basic _mission of the century to register Negro voters in States and districts where pure desemmanation prevents them from registeiinese at ing or voting ngnts present , Johnson continued , aie _beinc denied to the Negro by the arbitrary decision of a southern regis ¬ trar whidh is based on the coloi of skin There is no law as of now which can prevent this discrimination from occuning when local officials...
EDITORIALS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
EDITORIALS It Had To Be Done We do not like to dredge up old mistakes and past follies . Nor do we like to sling mud . However , we feel we have a real obligation to the student body of F and M to put forth all the facts necessary for a clear and rational choice in today s election . While we recognize that these facts may hurt , our duty toward the student body is clear . One year ago Paul Rich supported a referendum to allow members of the previous year s Council to elect officers for next year s . Ignoring the implications of lame duck election of officers Rich sand that the present members know best who is responsible . Even though some members might have been defeated for re-elec-t _. ion , he said that they would have been duty-bound to elect the best people . ( Student Weekly , March 11 , 1964 ) . This year Rich co-sponsored a resolution to allow the student association to elect the officers of Council . One wonders what set of circumstances allowed him to reverse his positio...
Letters to the Editors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
Letters to the Editors Officer Candidate Supports Cooper To the Editors : One month ago , a long standing precedent at this institution was shattered For the first time in the Jong history of Franklin and Mai shall College , the composite membership of the Student Association will have the opportunity to elect its officers by a direct ballot Under the previous system , the Student Council retained the privilege of electing the officers of the Student Association , functioning in . a manner similar to that of a quasielectoral college . I was opposed to this rule change on the basis that I _felt that the Student Council alone would be an a position of cognizance as to those who supplied the TRUE leadership on this campus and on this basis , the popularly elected Student Council should retain its right to elect the officers of the Student Association . However , my basic opposition to this rule change was that I felt that an open election could very possibly precipitate the election of...
H REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
H REPORTER Published semi-weekly throughout the college year except for vacations by un dergraduates 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 and do not represent official opinion Editors-in-chief Marc M . Silbert and Robert C Siverling News Editor Features Editor Sports Editor Thomas Morns 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 ...
Letters to the Editors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
Letters to the Editors ( Continued from Page 2 ) I seriously doubt that I am , a vast majority of the Student Council itseli has come out in favor of Barry Cooper s candidacy . I mention this because , as I stated earlier , the members of Council are aware better than anyone else of who has provided the leadership in Council It has been my contention that if the Student Government of the Student Association is to extricate itself from the mediocrity which has characterized it , the Student Council must have effective , capable and dedicated leadership Not only does Barry Cooper combine these ithree qualities , but he adds to them rational intelligence that is a prerequisite for effective administration I cannot say this about his opponent . Urge Vote For Cooper As a Council member who worked along side Barry Cooper and saw Paul Rich at Council meetings , I sincerely urge , that the Student Association defeats Paul Rich on Friday , and more important , that the Student Body gives to ...
iBirth Control Possible Threat I To Privacy , Morality [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
iBirth Control Possible Threat I To Privacy , Morality Eliot Ivanhoe With the Roman Catholic Church weakening its own stand and with both libeials and conservatives advocating a bnth contiol piogram _, there seems little doubt that we will someday have one Gianted that most of these pioponents desne only a government _information buieau on the subject , but thev shall receive fai moie consideration than that Thcie can be little objection to an information buicau on bundling boaids and contraceptives But once such a buieau is born it will piobably glow , hormones oi not It will be said , of couise , that _mfoinmtion is not enough that individuals ( espccial1 ) the pcoi _, it will be said ) pay no heed to the facts , and know neither what is good foi themselves noi fci the lest of the woild which is paving foi the l existence that , in short , and in the public inteiest , lestiictions arc needed Fertile Field 1 ht field is obviousl ) a feitilc ore foi ccciuvc lcfonns . foi example _pi...
World University Service Enjoys Timely Aid Record [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
World University Service Enjoys Timely Aid Record By LES LENKOWSKY World University Service , one of the recipients of this year s Campus Chest funds , has a record -of being present where help is needed Beginning in 1920 when it organized relief for students in Europe and Asia Minor after World War I , WUS programs have been established throughout the world During the Second World War , for example , WUS aided prisoners of w ar by sending books to British , Ameriican , Dutch , Yugoslav , and Polish POWs in baibed wire universities In addition it provided scholarships and cash grants to assist 3 , 000 Nisei students from U . S relocation camps . WUS was one of the leaders in postwar reconstruction , establishing health clinics immediately after hostilities ended Work in Asia In Asia WUS has been active since 1923 when it helped restore libraries destroyed by the Tokyo eaithquakc More recently , WUS has aided student refuges caught an the _paitition of India and Pakistan and given em...
More Letters [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
More Letters ( Continued from Page 3 ) cott whidh Dr . King had encouraged the nation to engage in against the state of Alabama Ivanhoe _statedj I must admit to having once believed that _Marfcin Luther King s objectives in the South were , immediately , voting rights for Negroes , and eventually , their equality . ( This he has , to his credit , confused with individual dignity . ) But apparently , he also wants to punish an entire state Finally , he posed a question which he apparently could not answer , Then why the boycott ? Ivanhoe Confused Wath this , one realizes that it is Ivanhoe who is confused . One also suspects that he did not have time to listen when Dr . King stated explicitly that this is not a boycott to punish a state for the sake of punishing it ( Perhaps Ivanhoe s knightly endeavors had gone to his head because this is exactly what his article implied ) On the other hand , Dr . King clearly stated that this is a tool to gain certain constructive objectives ; ther...
Welcome [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
Welcome Hildy s Tavern Delicious Sandwiches Legal Beverages 448 W . Frederick St . Your Paperback Center In Lancaster LB . HERR&amp;SON 46-48 W . King St . DOWNTOWN BOOKSTORE HOOTENANNY FESTIVAL April 11 , 1965 Fulton Opera House Performances—5 : 30 &amp; 8 : 30 Reserved Seats
Wilson Freshman Comes to Bat For Drooping Dip Chess Team [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
Wilson Freshman Comes to Bat For Drooping Dip Chess Team By GORDON PRAGER It appeared once more . that F and M s lackluster chess team _uai headed for another ignominious defeat , _oi an inexcusable loss by forfeitme at best , when , in the becalmed and pleasant ans of last Satin day afternoon , a caiload of travel-wear ) Diplomats appichensivcly aimed on the Lafayette campus one sh \ of then usual team membeiship of five Over-optimism Te . un captain Petci Kianz , seasoned bv a long stung of chess debacles caihci this &gt; eai , was shamefacedly lcsiyncd to another black maik on his teams iccoul _Jens-U-uc Meyei , maesI ) oi the second boaid , was somehow blessed with his usual state of contigious &lt; _neioptimism and , sccincd to disitgaid the pall of defent that had srltled _&lt; _vci the other membeis of the i ( i imp His weekend date , Linda Lawiencc , a _licshman at Wilson accompanied him on tins would-be lll-fatul tick and she _jauntil &gt; sk...
Viet Nam : Policy , Politics In an Historical Context [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
Viet Nam : Policy , Politics In an Historical Context By RUSSELL McINTOSH The problem of what to do in Viet Nam is perhaps the most controversial issue of our day . It has been discussed debated , forcefully opposed and uliemcntly defended by everyone from high school debating teams to the hall of Congress It is in tins lattci place that many diverse points of view have been brought to light Remain In Viet Nam It is the consensus of the Congiess , _&lt;» he most part , that we should icmain in Viet Nam It is out exact role liete that has noti as yet been established or adequately defined The crisis itself has brought to light some ° f the strangest trends and passions that are unprecedented in the an- « alj of Congress On the one hand we hav e the liberal dements of the Congress seemingly adlocating a restrained policy by asklnS for negotiations that w ill end the fighting- On the other hand we have ™ conservative elements advocating stepped up military activity and attacks ...
_France Sick of De Gaulle Fo a Long Time ' -Mayaud [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
_France Sick of De Gaulle Fo a Long Time -Mayaud By RICK OWEN France has been sick of De Gaulle for a long time , claims professoi Charles Jean Gabriel Mayaud _, but he is France s only hope and therefore necessary Tide ( French dislike him as they dislike a foreigner but toleiate him on account of the United States and Russia —De Gaulle , sprinkling his haughty retorts with four letter epithets , tells these and other ambitious nations where to get off \ fayaud / eels that one of the misses other countries make when dealing with De Gaulle is defining his relationship with France Dc Gaulle is Fiance and France is De Gaulle Mayaud alleges that De Gaulle doesn t uant power , but assumes it only to unite and represent France If someone else could lead the country , Dc Gaulle would gladly give up the nantel of stewardship he asserted _3 nl ) when the people of France can t nake up their minds does De Gaulle Hit his foot down and dictate—d _ctax ihat he thinks the French people , _iant C...