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COAST TO COAST By MARK SKLARZ Scribe Selects Pennant Winners [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
COAST TO COAST By MARK SKLARZ Scribe Selects Pennant Winners The beads of water sparkled on Steve Claik s joyful face as the Yale captain had just finished electrifying a roaring crowd at Yales Payne Whitney Gym last Saturday night Four years ago as an unsung high school senioi from Santa Clara , California , Clark had set the swimming world on its feet as he destroyed Jeff Farrell s world record of : 48 . 2 in the 100-yard freestyle by clipping oft an unbelievable : 46 . 8 century . However great that moment may have seemed to the handsome , dark-haired sprinter at the time , it was no comparison to this night Giving everything he had in hits final competitive meet , Clark stroked horrc hi the fantastic tame of : 45 6 breaking his own record of 46 1 set that afternoon . Probably the remark made by Yale coach Phil Monarty best summed up the attitude of the 2 , 900 spectators who gave Clark a standing ovation when he said , Never before have I met or seen any swimmer who was willing ...
Frosh Team Opens Today [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
Frosh Team Opens Today By ALAN COHEN Coach Bill Ianmcelh s twelve-man fiosh track _squald will be traveling to Millersvalle this afternoon for a 3 30 meet which will open up the 1965 season Despite a striking lack of depth the Diplomats have shown real promise in certain events Carl Bodner and Ken Hollenberg may top the sprint candidates while quarter-miler Ed Watson and hurdler Mike Robinson also figure to score some points for F and M Discus Looks Strong John Bell and Don Lockard have looked good in the weight events and high jumper Jerry Kuiper should make the Diplomats strong in this e \ ent Other team members who may help the yeailmgs start off the campaign on _ithe r . ght foot are Bruce Cady , \ it Catullo , Bill Ferguson , Marty Fhegehnan , and Eric Karuhije Following their opening meet the Diplomats will lesume action on April 27 in a tri-mect with Millersville and Stevens Trade Lacrosse Squad Bows To Garnet Trailing by a 6-4 count at the close of three periods of play , th...
F&M Tops Mules In Track Triumph [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
F&amp;M Tops Mules In Track Triumph With Steve Hall , Tim Wagner , and Dave Thome _picking up two victories apiece for the second consecutive meet , F and M s varsity track squad chalked up a 78-52 triumph over Muhlenberg in a Williamson Field encounter on Tuesday . The win was the second for Coach Bill I&amp;nnicelli s team m as many ap pearances Dips Cop Sprints Hall picked up first places for F and M in the 100 and 220-yard -dashes with 10 0 and 219 clockings respectively while Wagner captured the 440 ( 52 5 ) and &lt; 880 ( 2 . 08 . 7 ) _-yaxd runs Thome paced the field at a mile ( 4 45 5 ) and two miles ( 10 27 1 ) , and the mile relay quartet of Ray Shivelhood _, Tom _Ulrich , Wagner , and Hall completed the Diplomat sweep of the running events with a 3 : 33 1 victory . Munk Wins Also recording top honors for F and M were Chip iMunk who completed the 120-yard high , hurdle course in 16 5 seconds , high jumper Pat McCaiskey who turned in a winning 5 9 le...
High School Ail-American Ends Campus Controversy [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
High School Ail-American Ends Campus Controversy Contrary to popular belief , Southern California s high school football Player of the Yeai , Grant Webster , will not be performing for F and M next falll Several weeks ago a rumor was cnculated on campus that the Altiuria HS . ( San Ferando Valley ) stai had decided to pass up 82 football scholaiship offeis in exchange for the privilege of donning the Blue and White next fall Thice days ago Webster informed Fiank Wmslow , REPORTER staff member , that he was eliminating F and M from his consideration and would be attending either UCLA , Penn State , or Amherst instead On the surface the loss would appear to be great when one con sideis that Webster rushed I 01 n . &lt; yaids per effoit dining his tin il &lt; _ii paign of scholastic ( ompctit on uhih c ? iinmg Fust Team All- \ nici _n 1 !&lt;&lt;&lt;«; nition at left halfback b _&gt; tin II _iw Publications and the Los \ _nml _^ Chiomcle ...
Mat Tourney Enters Semis [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
Mat Tourney Enters Semis By ED RUBINSTEIN Entering the semi-final round of the Black Pyramid Wrestling Tournament , several of last year s leading finishers were still very much in the pictuie with some interesting newcomers also in title contention Everhart Wins In 123-pound action , defending champion John Everhart pinned Alan Cohen while Paul Brangs did the same to Brad Fuhrma | n Sid Vassos and Doug Stuart also recorded victories in this division J im Pratt advanced to the final lound of four in his bid to pick up his second consecutive 130-pound championship witih Jim Ardito , Bob Brookman , and Bud Laird also winning Jere Haase will be meeting Buzz Meagher in the 137-pound weight class , and at 147-pounds Joe Stuckart , Gerry Beaman Rich Saul , and Al Leiberman moved up . Wurth Triumphs Dave Wurth , Charlie Chaney , Tony Bcnevento , and Bob Copeland remained in the 157-pound field with Doug Slcighter , John Witmer , Wayne Frahn and Hank Haase advancing ten pounds further up th...
Diplomat Baseball Club Drops Second Contest [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
Diplomat Baseball Club Drops Second Contest For the second time in as many outings , F and Ms \ _aisit \ baseball team iccened a fine pitching peifoiinance . only to hau then lack of batting power send hem down to defeat Junior lighthandci Bob Puma went the ioutc foi the _Diplomats yielding only fi \ e hits and _suikms ! si \ batters , but Lcbainon Vallu ¦ &gt; Millei was even moic _mipitssiu _&gt; lie blanked the Blue and _Wluu -WI _Vastly Opens Scoiing The Diplomats lull be at I li / a bcthtown at 1 00 lomonou , iltu noon aftei having bid foi tin m _hiv victory of the season against \ lhiiahi ) cstci day &lt;\ patn of singles bv John \ , wil . and Bairv Yocuin put _Li-binon \ _illn ai ran Stu a _- on St a in scoring position 111 thx thud 111111111 . and when thirdbascnuin ] on C 1 iu foul tlncw wildl ) into nglitliilc ] mi a _flounder by John Giabusk \ buili inn ncis ciosscd the plate Moments htci the Dun him n _3 pit _? h / ed _^ n anothei F 2 nd _H tul _*...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 April 1965
Diplomat Archers Capture Crown Led by Dave Huhn , F and M sent five archers up to Altoona last weekend and came back with the Intercollegiate Division championship of the Pennsylvania State Archers Association Tournament . Huhn rccotdeJ 625 points as the Diplomats outscored runnerup Drexel , 2456-2248 in the Frankstown Armory . The maximum individual point total possible was 648 .
Black Pyramid Selects Eighteen New Members [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
Black Pyramid Selects Eighteen New Members The Black Pyiannc ! Honoi _Society has lapped 18 _ncu _member on the basis of cxtra-ciuiiculai achic \ emcnt Those elected weic _luniois with scholastic _avciages ol 2 3 whom the picsent _member \ oted into the souct \ as _outstanding lcpiesentativ es of campus activities Devoted to sen ice to the school and the student bodv . Black Pyiannd laises monev _thious &gt; h such events as last weeks wicstlni touinamcnt loi its scholaiship fund Of the new lucmbeis Tun Annbuistcr is a past piesident of Delta Si » ma Pin and a membci of the Go \ eminent Club and Youns &gt; Demociats He was also a member of the IFC . the Ad Hoc Committee foi Social Res illations and the Pi Gamma Mu Social Science Honor Society College Takes Part In Large Hoy Plan This spnng F and M is one of ! 0 colleges taking pait in the Hoy Plan which will covei at least 12 areas thioughout the counitrv In chaigc of the central Pennsylvania aiea is _Biucc A Westeid...
M Wpor ter _^ Vol " , N ° 8 Lancaster , Pa , April 13 , 1965 Four page [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
M Wpor ter _^ Vol , N ° 8 Lancaster , Pa , April 13 , 1965 Four page Barry Cooper Swamps Rich For S C Presidential Office Receiving eighty-seven per-cent of totes cast Barry Coopei became tile fust president of Student Council elected by populaj vote Joining Coopei in his executive boaid aie Bill Eves , vice-piesidcnt ] nhn Burness , treasurer Rick ] arashott , _iccording sccietary . and _janics uchlo , corresponding secretary The direct election of council oftiicis by popular vote , v \ hich became effective last month when 70 % of the student bodv suppoi tccl it as an ame-nd-iiii nt tti Count ll bi-laws replaced the found method of council mrmbiis \ o 1 int ; lot then nfficeis 62 % Vote 1 he _balloting was on IBM caids which utic pioccssed according to fialLinit ) and ( lass membeishin A total of 898 votes weic cast , consuming 62 % of the student association \ urn-down of the total count of each piesidential candidate showed that Cooper lcceived 730 votes in his fawn Pau l Rich ....
ROTC Scholarships To Be Offered in Fall [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
ROTC Scholarships To Be Offered in Fall 1 luce full-expense sch . Gliii-. lups each foi a penod ol tuo veais will be . rwaided to Air Foice ROTC cadets at F and M foi Septcmbu 1965 Majoi Gordon E Cranfoid _Piofesjoi of \ coispacc Studies ( P \ S ) announced toda \ _$ 4 , 300 Ejch Each scho _ aiship will have a total value oi abcut $ 150 ( 1 _loveiing milion , fees , books and laboiatoiv expenses and _pioxidng $ 50 pei month iclairei pay Gurient sophomore cadets wlio _aic fullv qualified foi emcllmcnt 1 . 1 the AFROTC Professional _Offuu Couiic ( POO w II be _ehg . blc to compete for the grants The _thiec giants aie nieliiJed m a new national pioyiam ol financ . al ass stance to AFROTC cadeu _rnncunced _cailie-i this week l &gt; v Bugadiei Gencial Waiiam C _Lmdcv , Ccmmaiidant _vTROTC Undei the ROTC \ itah / auon Act of 1964 , a total of _100 f ) such _-, ( . holaish . ps uill be awarded to fleeted cadets entering then _jumoi v « this fa _Bv 195 i ! ll _&lt; _ _\ pi _...
Chaplain One of Thirty Recipients Of Annual Campus Ministry Grants [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
Chaplain One of Thirty Recipients Of Annual Campus Ministry Grants Chaplain Robeit N _Tav-loi . Ji . is one of 30 campus _ministers _^ ho hav e lcceived Campus _Mtmstiy Gianti iioni the Danioith Foundation for _g-iatluate studv Giants annually avvaided by the Foundation aie intended to sticngthen _tfm . _ugli _giaduate _studv qualified campus pcisonnel Recipients aie chosen fiom applicants thioughout the nation in the fields of college chapldinc ) . dnectorships oi _tehgious activities and denominational student piogiams . campus _YMCA and _YWCA scciciai &gt; ships and othei similar fields Study At Lehigh The Chaplain plans to _utilize his giant to undertake giaduate stud &gt; at Lehigh University He hopes to take a leave of absence fiom F and M _beginning this September and con ¬ tinue thiough July . 1966 He will stud ) English _liteiatuie Boin in Halleitown , Pennsylvania , _Tavloi was appointed chaplain at F and M on August I . 1961 Prewous1 &gt; he seivcd...
College Phi Beta Kappa Chapter Elects 3 for Alumnus Membership [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
College Phi Beta Kappa Chapter Elects 3 for Alumnus Membership The inficquently granted honoi of Alumnus Membeiship in Phi Beta Kappa , the collegiate honorary society was confeired upon thiee alumni of F and M , two of them Lancaster residents , at the annual meeting of the College Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa The men honored weie Dr Roland \ Loeb , a native of Lancaster and a 1939 graduate of _F and M , Dr James M Darlington , associate dean and professoi of biology at F and M , a . 1930 graduate of die College and Di Leon J Agoundes , piofessor of Committee lie is the amhoi f _19 historv and chairman of the history numbci of pamphlets on _tn _liiuqno 19 department of Rider College , Tien- of cancer diagnosis and piouu ucl _•&gt; 9 ton , NJ , a 1947 graduate of F and M Phi Beta Kappa by-laws stale that alumni membership may be granted to graduates e or distinguished - vice involving scholaily activity Di Loeb received his medical education at the Univeisity of Pennsylvania an...
Wise Claims Congress Missed Reform Chances [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
Wise Claims Congress Missed Reform Chances In a _pai _^ er d _ehveied fast week the Villanova Law School _fonim Di Sidney Wise charged ithat the prospects for genuine congressional lcfonn wu &lt; \ intually ignored by the Senate in passing a lefonn resolution last month Wise , professor of government at F and M and fonnei li i _&gt; _iil _, i tive aide to Sen Joseph S Clark of Pennsylvania , says that at tin least genuine congressional reform took a sabbaitical from Capitol Hill _« ih tin Senate s approval March 9 of a concunent resolution establishing a | oim congressional committee to study the organization and opeiation of Conine _ss Theie aie even those who suggest that ithc issue has been given m m determinate leave of absence , while a few cynics say that meaningful r _fointfl is now a dead iissue , Wise added II External Revolution However the paper on Congressional Reorganization Revisited pit- j sents a case for belief that changes in the national political ...
Hi _Ewffi [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
Hi _Ewffi 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 and do not represent official opinion Editors-in-chief Marc M . Silbert and Robert C Siverling Subscription Rate , $ 3 50 per semester , $ 6 50 per year Office in Hortmcin Hall Basement Phone 392-3732 Primed at Forry &amp; Hacker , 248 East Liberty Street , Lancaster , Penna Application for second class mailing permit granted March 16 , 1964 at Lancaster . Penna Faculty Quartet , Folksinging _, Jazz To Highlight Show Administration , faculty , and students will display talents ranging from satire and drama to jaz _? and folk music in the Faculty-Student Talent Show on April 23 The show will benefit ...
Don't ; t _z nV me ... ¦¦ 41 1 [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
N . S . F . Authorizes $ 12 , 600 Undergrad Psychology Grant The National Science Foundation has authorized a $ 12 , 600 undergrad uate lesearch grant over the next two years to finance student reseaich in Psychology at F and M Dr Kenneth H Brookshire _, psychology department chairman , yesterday said that $ 6 , 300 has been received for research projects scheduled to begin this summer , and NSF has approved another _? 6 , 300 award for next year pending Congressional appropriation of funds Senior Honors Brookshne said diat the grant will be used in the Senior Honors Research Piogram v \ hich enables seniors at the College to undertake independent re ¬ search piojects leading to the preparation of senior theses Both research and thesis preparation are patterned aftei masters level graduate work , he said Psy chologv majors undertaking Honors projects this year under the NSF award will be Norman B Feiguson , Ridley . Park , Pa , working under the supervision of Brookshire . William R...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
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