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Oplomats Register Wins In Lacrosse , Golf Action [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
Oplomats Register Wins In Lacrosse , Golf Action _planers Rally To Clip Devils Led ov Mel Health s four goals and jivo as sts , F and M s varsitv laciossc ( quad _» _-everscd its form aftei tiail- , ng 3 2 , at _halftime and went on to topple Dickinson in a 9-7 contest at Biker field on Saturday In picking up their third victoiv against two defeats , rhe F and M attack came to life in the final penocl of play with a five goal outbuist Most important the win equalled [ he entile F and M output for the _picwous two years Balanced Scot ins ; _Entenng the final three minutes of _pla &gt; , F and M held a 9-4 edge and _soalie Rich Kaplan had chalked up 11 saves Joining Heath in the sconng column for the Diplomats were Joel Musiin Dave Sipperly , Chuck Henkai I _Slc \ en Cunan , and Marshall Stecle _nith a goal apiece , wtih Mustm and Ron Abrams contributing assists _T and M will be facing Lafavcttc in hen next appearance on _Tluusdav Vpnl 22 , in Easton CONCERTED EFFORT—The actio...
Freshman Squads Bow In Campaign Inaugurals [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
Freshman Squads Bow In Campaign Inaugurals By ALAN COHEN r and M s freshman tiack and baseball teams opened up then spnng schedules without success this v \ eektnd but a number of fine shouings h &gt; Diplomat athletes offcied hope that this would pio \ c to be the exception iathci than the _uilc The \ calling tiackinen bowed to _Milleisville 71-43 , in then debut on _Tudav and the baseball squad chopped a haid fought 5-4 decision to the Maiaudcis the ne \ t dav Karulnjc Jumps 21 4 Tuinmg in the weekends finest peifoimance foi the fiosh cindcrmeti may ha \ e been Enc _Kauihije who ic- ( . oiclccl a winning 21 4 leap in the _bioad jump An exchange _studuil fiom Kampala Uganda . Kaiuhijc also legistcied jumps of 20 8 and 21 / 2 The Diplomats picked up foui othci fust places with John Bell Don Lockaid and Biucc Cadv _iccoidmg a 1-2- ) finish in the discus Bell s winning toss was 128 9 1 /; _Lockaid came back to win the shot put with a 39 6 j / 2 thiow while Ken Ilollenbeig cinc...
Phi Psi Captures Mat Title In Final Round Showdown [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
Phi Psi Captures Mat Title In Final Round Showdown Tour individual champions paced the way as Phi Psi captured the Black Pvramid Wrestling Championship on luday evening by outsennng second place Phi Sig _, 50-42 Picking up titles for the vwnncrs _ucre Paul Brangs ( 123 ) , Dick Saul J 47 ) , Dave Wuith ( 157 ) and Tcn-v Tiobcc ( 177 ) In addition to the frontrunncis , Kappa Sig ( 24 ) , Chi Phi ( 22 ) , Independents ( 19 ) , ZBT ( 16 ) Lambda Chi and Phi Tau ( 14 ) , Conumitcis [ 10 ) , Marshall-Buchanan and Phi Kap . 9 ) Schnader Raiders and Sig Pi ( 8 ) , Pi Lamb ( _7 A ) , the New Donn ( 1 ) and Delta _iSig (—3 ) competed Brookman Wins The finals opened when Biangs pinned Chi Phis Doug Stuait in the second period U 130-pounds Kappa Sig s Bob Brookman . recoided a 3-2 overtime victory over George Laird of the Schna- &lt; lei Raiders while at 137-pounds Phi _Sigs Jere Haas edged ZBT s Ccn \ Rugel , 4-3 Saul defeated teammate Mike Stuckart in a 5-2 match at 1 + 7-pounds and ...
PETE KEERS ~ ~~ V : , Sports I Scope [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
PETE KEERS ~ ~~ V : , Sports I Scope It s been said that a pendulum always completes its full cycle , and at F and M there is a substantial body of evidence to suggest _thait this is true Last September , when 78 fresh- SHHHHHBBH men appeared for g _^^ HB plfl _^ HH the opening of W _^^^^ _Sgj _^^ B prc - season , foot- _HMgH | _yiV |||§ seemed that years _^^ S _^^ K of tradrtaon were _Sj _^^ _ft _^^^ _Bj _^^ finally being dis- H _^^^ Kl _^^^ _H carded Always , _IHHH&amp;MH _theie had been a p etc Keers wealth of hJgh Sports Editor school players on campus , but nevei were theie more than 25 or 28 candidates for the yeailmg team Truly , a new era was dawning ! Now we must confess , the new era has proved to be _illusionary , for there are only twelve athletes _engaged in freshman track at this moment , and on the varsity scene there couldn t have been more than twenty _iceri suited up for Saturdays _tri-meet with Swarthmorc and Johns Hopkins . A return to normalcy has been n...
F&M Wins Eight Events , Places Second In Meet [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
F&amp;M Wins Eight Events , Places Second In Meet Turning m sc \ eral sparkling individual pcrfoimantes , but unable to match Swaithmoic s depth , F and M s _vatstty track squad bowed to the Garnet b \ a 68-62 count in a tii-meet which also saw Johns Hopkins tally 32 points Going into this afternoon s encounter with Ursmus on Williamson Field , the Diplomats aic sporting a 3-1 record Last yeai the Bears weie the only team to stop Coach Bill Ianrncelli s trackmen When Tim Wagner oveicamc a fifteen yaid deficit to enable ithe Blue and White to cop the mile relay , it appeared that F and M s 58-53 lead w ould be sufficient foi victorv However , aftei the Little Quakers Dick Gamett and Ray Murrav completed a one-two finish in the pole vault , and Dick McCurdv registeied an upset triumph vn the ja \ ehn , 1 ? and M s visions of a perfect season had gone by the boaids Garnett s 13 3 _^ 4 leap set a . new Suarthmore pole vault standard while McCurdy tossed the javelin 185 6 Double ...
Tennis Squad Tops Albright Elizabethtown [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
Tennis Squad Tops Albright Elizabethtown Coach Glenn Milleis high flying tennis team picked up rno _\ ictones in thiee matches this week and will be bringing a 3-1 lecord into nevt _Tuesdays match at Lincoln Unneisity when they ircsume action The Diplomats opened up the \\ eek _ s action by dropping a 9-0 decision to defending MAC champion _Swartivmovc before coming back to trounce EIi _? abethtown , 9-0 . and Albright 8-1 In positing then triumph ovei Ehrabethtown Howie Rockette topped Da \ e Thompson , 6-3 , 6-0 , and captain John Plakans turned back Christ Giubb , 3 6 6-3 . 6-2 to open the route _Doiig Paul , Dyke Hendnckson , Geoff Nixon , and Brian Brody then proceeded to give r- and M a _SA \ eep of the singles actnity The first five of these pla &gt; ers duplicated the feat against Albright with Bob Leuffen successfully leplacmg Biody m the _sivth singles match _fn doubles action , the duets of Paul and Leuffen , Hendnckson and Andy LucaroWi , and _JeSS Brand and Bob ...
Diplomats Triumph On Jays' Diamond [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
Diplomats Triumph On Jays Diamond 965 Chick Ea _^ lc walloped a 390-foot three-run Iioiulm to _hiiiliyl , the action as F and M lecoided its first win of the 1065 l &gt; ,, &lt; b , ]] season by downing _Elizabethansn , 8-4 . at the loser s diamond oi Satin day r . _„ . This afternoon the Diplom a * ml be hosting Johns Hopkins al 1 in Boucher Goes Route Kighthandcd huilei Dau li mini pitched the complete game foi ( mt }) Wocdv Wheaton s club , _hnuiiiu ihe Ja \ _s -to five hits ami _retoiclmsr m \ strikeouts Capitalizing on fom Eli / ahu _| ito _\ n enors in the first inning , _T ami \ I took a 2-0 lead when a single l &gt;\ Stiki Muiono dio \ c in Bill _Hiklcbi . _uul am ] Fied Wei ! The stage was set loi _Eagles _ihu &lt; run blast in the thud _innimr , _ifur Wcrt had been hit bv a |; _tt &lt; li and Gany Mcssmgci booted a ipomuluby Lauy Giaham Wcit and _(&gt; i . \ liam then engineered a double sti _il and Jon Crawfoid _singled to s...
mJm [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 April 1965
mJm _S WATCH THAT FORM—A group of youngsters watch Billy Hildebrand take a cut _against Lebanon Valley . ( Photo by Gault ) _fefc _MMdirl&amp;wteae&amp;sm _JH Badminton , Track Action Slated In I-M Loop The Black Pyramid Wrestling Tournament has come to a close , but with action remaining in five different sports the lace for the All-College Sports Championship figuies to remain a tight one . Next to be incorporated into this year s progiam are the AllCollege Badminton and Track Tournaments . The Badminton competition will be held from April 26 to April 30 , and all participants must have rctjisteied in Room P-204 by 4 p . m . oil April 23 . The All-College Track meet will be held on April 29 at 4 : 15 on Williamson Field . Coach George McGinness captured the faculty squash title and will be playing Howie Bimard for the _college ciown while Alan Liebeiman and John Stehman aie the finalists in the handball tourney . The winner will face Piofessoi Vincent Haatr _, the ...
S-F Talent Show Opens Students Appointed as Dorm For Campus Chest Drive _rrtlirkC £ _i _*** f _™ ' mn Y _^ ta * _crT _™™ _Bnth _counselors Tor _uoming Tear [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 April 1965
S-F Talent Show Opens Students Appointed as Dorm For Campus Chest Drive _rrtlirkC £ _i _*** f _™ mn Y _^ ta * _crT _™™ _Bnth _counselors Tor _uoming Tear „„ , „ _, s _« ,,, The first Student-Faculty Talent Show m many years will open tomghit [ m one performance at 7 30 in Hensel Hall With a laigc number of students and teachers m the cast , the show promises to be exciting Courageous faculty members who have volunteered their services foi die evening include comedians and angers Geology Prof S A Morse will iing foil songs from several lands , accompanying himself on the guitai Prof J W Fiey , a _televisions citeran will recreate his piogram of Foil songs without a message He will alsc accompany himself on the guitai Lectuie Spoofs In a somewhat lighter vein peiliaps , Prof Rollin of the English department and Economics Pi of N _layloi will titillate the audience s funnyboncs with lectures , the major poi tions of which have not , they claim , been done in class Di Rollin will lead a...
Internship Programs Further Interest in Politics -- Wise [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 April 1965
Internship Programs Further Interest in Politics -- Wise _EZa ¦ _¦* J-L _^ 4 _^ ft Moic college students aic taking active lolcs in partisan politics toda &gt; than ever befoie in the nations hisloij , the dnectoi of the nation s laigc &gt; t political lMcimhip piogiiuv said m deii \ enng a papci al a Fojd Foundation Confeiencc in San Juan Pucito Rico Diicctor of PCEP Di _Sidney Wise , directot of the _laigc-scalc Pennsy lvania political internship piogram , the P ennsylvania _Urnlu for Education in Politics , said ie believes t hat internship programs such as ( Iiojc sponsoicd bv the Foic and Falk Foundation have been o majoi lmpoitancc in stimulating thi ncu inleiest in politics Di Wise , piofessor of Goveinmen at F and M tokl educators and concessional _lcpicscntattves _participating m the College Political Internship Evaluation Confeiencc thai the mtcinship piograms have piovided laic , often unique oppoi tumlies foi complete ueucoineis to obtain concictc . insid...
Alvin Pianca Studies Bazan , The Realist and Romanticist [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 April 1965
Alvin Pianca Studies Bazan , The Realist and Romanticist In a currently-published reseaicl article , a _mernbei of the _tomance lan guages department at F and M con tends that Enufaa Paido _Bayan , th _&lt; 19 th century naturalistic _Spanist luthoi , vias both _tealist and idealist The article , by Di Mvin H . Pianca assistant professor of _icmance lan _^ guages and entitled Emilia Paidc Bazan , a Realist or an Idealist , apl rais in Volume 31 of La Palabra &gt; cl Hombrc _^ a quarteily published by the Univcrsidad Vcracru / ana in Jaaiw , Mexico for Hispanic scholais _llnoughoui t the world Subjectivism and Emotion Three representative vvciks by Baan _, universally recognized as a lcad- ; r in the Spanash naturalistic move1 K it aie examined by Di Pianca , i ai attempt to show that despite ran il adherence to the principles _^ H hsm _, the writer frequently relies P ° i the tools of subjectivism , cmoIOn id imagination _Tl 1 ( hree works involved aie Un ia _Jc ue n...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 April 1965
Dormitory Counselors Newly-Appointed Counselors Pctei D \ _ndcison _Richatd H _Aic-nds Robeit V Biundage John F Buddmgton Pctei Davis William C Eves Biadlev P Fuhiman Rogei Gamson David Gimg William Ilildchiand _Jcfhc ) Jacobv _Ficd E _Kilgoic Joseph E Laud Dean F Min / nci Thomas R Morns Eric C Rackow _[ ames _[ Richtei Gcoigc H Schacffc Mate M Silbeit Stephen Z Smith James Sundheun _N T cil O 1 hompson G _Pc-tei Vogt Gerald R Voung Re-appointed Counselors Biucc Pucilmg Robeil Sneihng Geoige Tchnkow Dav id Thome Charles AVillmnis John Biehra James Fieund Mien Hve Jctiy Lev me _Edwaul Lichtcnstcin
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 April 1965
SC Committees Student Council Committees foi the academic } ear 1963-66 aic presently being formed . A STUDENT NEED NOT BE A MEMBER OF COUNCIL TO SERVE ON ONE OF THESE COMMITTEES ; IN TACT , THE BULK OF EACH COMMITTEE SHOULD BE MADE UI OF NON - COUNCIL MEMBERS . Anyone wishing to serve on any of these committees should contact ANY Student Council member as soon as possible .