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PRUNES [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

PRUNES Prunes for sale Pruned prunes Wrinkled , withered _Piunes for sale Old lady Hollow cheeks With spotted face Back is hunched The gaze is earthward Stagnation Freedom like the Watei fled And left a lifeless fleck Harbor hatred all repressed Integrity was bled Water water s seen nowhere Theies no desire of drink Life is naked , soul is bare Destroyed s the human link Cool dad cool dad cool dad Cool cool cool Cool the heat Whose son is freedom Cool the heat That transcends self Cool the heat That fashions armour _4 rmoui strong That breaks partition s bonds Armour that s called weakness Mold a new kind that s called the pow er Armour from which arrows glance And piocicatc themselves Go Begone Go begone go go go Prunes all prunes dried prunes fine prunes all prunes , luscious prunes Prunes prunes prunes Anti-Dutztus

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

Kenneth Kirstein Exhibit Opens Today Commercial Artist Works in Fine Arts Two years of oil painting by Kenneth Kirstein will be featured in the Libiaiys exhibition room , April 17 to 29 This exhibit offers the point of view of a commercial artist working within the realm of the fine arts Mr Kirsten attempts to blend the abstract and the artist s point of view in realistic subject matter On display will be examples of commercial design in contrast with oil paintings by the same artist Work for College Mr Knstein is a local commercial artist He has done work for the College , including the new logs for the COLLEGE REPORTER The exhibition will be reviewed in the paper next \\ eek They will be displayed throughout the month of _Vpiil

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

IAESTE Meeting All science and math majors interested in working abroad next summer , in the fields of science and engineering , please attend the I . A . E . S . T . E meeting in room K 206 Tues ., April 21 , at 7 : 00 p . m .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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AFROTC [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

AFROTC To Evacuate ( Continued horn Pa _? e 1 ) The Major also ventured that the curriculum at F and M is so difficult as to make it unlikely that very many would want to take on the load of the ROTC program Graduate 11 Per Year Foi a program at a college th < si / c of P and M to be _economically feasible , twenty-five to sixty officers a year ought to be produced Since 1956 the F and M corps has graduated ar average of eleven . This year there will be only four This year s drop is the result partially of the introduction o _) voluntary ROTC training during the first two years , four years ago There aie now approximately eigh-ty-five to ninety cadets in the corps _, of which roughly thirty-two will be cither graduated or dropped at the 2 nd of this year Commenting on the decision , F and M President Spalding noted that the Air Force program will remain on the campus as long as any student presently enrolled in the course desires to continue and is progressing satisfactor...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

Huxley ( Continued from Pas ; e ! evolved by sexual combinatio p rc giess comes quicker and for i f , r , time organisms appear Becan , _t \ K _, more complex organisms _cjj _icU to and exploit the _environinc lm provement is inevitable 1 , a , jf ( adaptation produces miracul . , _s K suits However , biological impm _. men , _icaches an ultimate limit 7 , ( 1 _^ thiid stage , a self-reproducua mmd surpasses the other two _\! m o ,, communicate efficiently and c , > foru cultural traditions , so that kai nines _, made cumulative In this sum pSl cho-social selection replaces n atural selection This results in the _fonuatioi , of law , science , art and i _elision a breakthrough into the emaoMwnt of thought Mind Brings Improvements Huxley attributes the self-x _pioilur ing mind to many major improve ments For example , simple food gathering and self-sufficiency _cvoko to storage , which led to more oigan ized professional services 1 Ins p turn led to more emphasis on an dem...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

Opinions On ROTC ( Continued from Page 1 ) long as these activities do not hamper or impede the national integrity , patriotism , and principles on which this country was founded—which is what has happened on this campus . Another , less vehement , pro-ROTC opinion was expressed by Hayden Sears , a Junior officer . He said that those who believe an ROTC program does not beolng on a liberal arts campus arc . . inadequately informed about what ROTC does and produces Students are prepared for a career They are offered many varieties of jobs The REPORTER then asked if he felt that the phase-out would he detrimental to F and M Sears said , From the very fact that it ( ROTC ) was so small , no If it had been more active and more appreciated , yes ROTC Loss Harmful Richard Wertz , a freshman , thinks that the loss of ROTC will be harmful to the campus One of my chief reasons for choosing F and M was that it had this program I believe many incoming freshman will be doing the same thing Davi...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

IFC _Establishes Summer Control The IFC developed an eight point control program on Wednesday , April 8 , which will enable the fraternity houses to remain open for the summer Each house will remain open or close down at its own discretion The social behavior of summer residents is expected to be die same as the school year Fire and Health Inspection Two days after graduation , the ¦ houses will be given a fire and health inspection They -will be expected to meet the standards of the city of Lancaster . Those houses which do not meet the standards will be either cleaned or repaired by the IFC and billed for the job . All houses must close the day following graduation at 3 p . m They may not re-open for the summer until 8 am of the day before registration for the summer session Houses which shut down for the summer mav re-open one and a half weeks before the beginning of the fall semester IFC Responsible The IFC will be responsible for maintaining lawns and gardens A work award will ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

Science Academy ( Continued from Pane 6 ) t : on of unnecessary buieatiu _. itic n tiols and red tape But the report said thai _«« strictions might be justified beca the accountability of pulil . r fun must be preserved The investigator assume . >¦ a mfc responsibility in acceptin- fcoV funds and has an obligation n sen * for their proper use Acceptance of a gran , com 1 him to a conscientious effoi _i ac 1 * 1 its stated purpose he . 1 . nire _< other rights to the giant , oi _ tiacted funds To make sure the pubh . s ceti its dollar s wort _* 1 from _fiV ill ) poited research at umu iic » l committee urged greatei i of ll _^ tific advisory panels to c _> _Mti P posed projects To maintain the cunei Uurf lclationship between the euu and academic world , the , nrt * three principles must if in nl late , never becoming subji of | C i tiation or giving rise t . _estiW clauses in grants ! They are : —The responsibility ol > g _^ 1 ; ment for th...

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Joint Concerts [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

Joint Concerts ( Continued from Page 6 ) was fun to hear , its bouncing rhythm seeming to relax the audience before the final number . Day of Judgment Paul Hindemuth is one of the mos 1 prolific and original composers of the younger German school As a last offering , the four Glee Clubs combined under the baton of Robert Goodalc to sing Hindemuth _ s Apparebit Repentina Dies The composition was written for the Symposium on Music Criticism at Harvard University in May of 1947 . Mr Goodale had the women singing on stage and the basses and tenors standing in the right and left balconies respectively . The te _^ ct is that of an early Middle Ages Lathi poem and vividly depicts the Last Judgment , the day when God separates the elect from the damned . The composition is character ized by stark harmonic progressions , shifting rhythmic stresses , and alternating tension and repose The fourth _md final movement admonishes all to prepare for the Judgment Day

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

IFC Credo ( Continued from Page 1 ) pressed that without mutual understanding between the fraternities and the college it uould be difficult foi them to work together Probing Necessary Jeff Lamia , secretary of the council , voiced his opinion that a deep piobing into some of the affairs of the individual houses was necessary if the self-study v , as to succeed . He added that this did not refer to the rituals of the fraternities but matters such as their budget and rushing practices Karl Strandberg stated that the credo _onlv goes so far and he asked Dean DePuy { or some of the specific needs of the fraternities The dean stated that the social regulations should be updated , that the rushing rules should be examined and that the waste of funds in the houses must be stopped The credo was voted to be sent to the full council

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

f | _. . - „„ Pete Keers . , .,. . , . ; i i _^^ Gfl _^ H C _^ jl i f iilK _^ _MBili 1 _ill _^ _KiwHi ik _C _ % I Pete Keers _• £ I * fWat ~ _~ : _* . „ _,- „ . . > , „/„ ¦ , S _J | s | It was with a touch of irony that Ed Mikell shattered the Baldwin ( L I ) ; 3 H . S high-jump record in the spring of 1958 Two years earlier his brother , j | at that time Baldwin s premier leaper , had suggested that the aspiring young Smper _. rechanncl his athletic efforts toward baseball _msm Combining the same perseverance which enabled him to break his _^ Mother s record with natural ability and a strong sense of sacrifice , Mikell -llpas _hecoms one of the most versatile tracksters to grace the confines of WilJfliamson Field in recent campaigns . _«§| S Nassau County high-jump king during the 1960 season with a lealp ¦ HP _* _2 _? 4 ( a Long Island record until 1962 ) , Mikcll has also developed intb ffieifine hurdler since his arrival at F and ] M _^ P Also somewhat ironical is the...

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3 Team Race Emerges As Tourney Nears Close [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

3 Team Race Emerges As Tourney Nears Close Moving into the semi-finals of th ( Black Pyramid Wrestling Tournament , Lambda Ohi was pacing the field with 30 points and seven grappiers in the final round of four in their respective weight classes , while Phi Sig ( 26 ) , and ZBT ( 25 ) remained very much in the race for team honors Ohi Phi , with 26 points but only two athletes lemaining in the semis _, was in the fourth slot with Phi Psi ( 18 ) , Sig Pi ( 14 ) , Phi Kap ( 12 ) , Schnader-900-A ( 9 ) , Delta Sig ( 7 ) , Phi Tau ( 5 ) , and the Independents ( 4 ) all registering tallies in positne digits Remaining in competition at the time of this win ting weie 123-pounds — Dick Weiss ( ZBT ) . Rich Vassos ( Schnader-900-A ) , and John Everhart ( Phi Kap ) 130-pounds—Bill Bates ( Phi Psi ) , Vic Dietz ( ZBT ) , Jim Pratt ( Phi Sig ) , and Doug Stuart ( Chi Phi ) 137-pounds—Jock Childe ( Lambda Chi ) , Bu _?/ Meaghcr ( Chi Phi ) , John Lerbschci ( Lambda Chi ) , and Bob Kendis ( ZBT ) ...

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Visiting Squad Tops Big Blue By MARK SKLARZ [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

Visiting Squad Tops Big Blue By MARK SKLARZ Washington College took advantage of early wildness by F and M hurler John Bondi by scoring twice in the _fiust inning and four times ire the second en route to a 7-3 victory over the Dips on the loser s diamond The Diplomat southpaw was plagued by poor control as he passed the first four hitters to face him Eisel Raps HR The visitors bats became potent in the second frame as AI Eisel knocked in three runs with a booming homer and basketball star Earl Fmnegan rapped in anothei tally with a triple to left The Dips fought back with a 3 run outburst in the thud inning as a bases-loaded single by Chick Eagle drove ! in Ron Druker and Tom _Bolk Moments Iatei Fred Wert scored as Seiki Murono lined a single off Fred Morgan s glove at third From this point on howevci , the Dips were unable to stir up another rally against either winning pitcher Chuck Meding or rehe \ er Tom Yates _ivho combined to set down 15 batters an stiikes Penney Fares Well I...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

_JeIshP 1 Moore , fourth place fmishei 111 _jlaet fall s All-College net * ouinev jaiMgore has played well all _spring and Snaf yet to lose in the _frosh trial _^^ _ffie hind Mooie , in the second siii j Iis ¦ Ussl ls _J e _^ Nixon , a southpaw who J was a national paddle tennis chan _> _SSoii in the junior bo _>!> division this The squad has yet to have a icgulai match , although they met and weie defeated by the Manheim Tennis Club on April 11 Coming out on the short end of a 6-3 score , singles victoiie 3 by Nixon and Brody coupled with a doubles triumph by Lucarelli and Hcndnckson kept Manhcim from entnely dominating the play Wrosh Ready For Season IB By DYKE HENDRICKSON JagAfter almost a month of obscrva- _ _¦ _Jdon , Coach Glenn Millei has given .. tentative rankner to the freshmen can- . fdiaates for the Little Dip tennis squad . Jif Slated for the first singles berth is \ wntei Bob Campbell , a Lam a rur produc t is ranked third with Brian Kr...

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