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

Sports Briefs F and M s bowling squad placed second in the Sectional Tourney at Pittsburgh on the weekend of April 10-11 , trailing only Akron University . This was the same Akron squad which had captured the national championship in 1963 . * * * Intramural softball scores : Delta Sig 11-Faculty 9 , Kappa Sig 23Marshall 15 , ZBT 19-Phi Tau 4 , Chi Phi 4-Ste Pi 1 .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Charles Haynie . , ; : _rf" __• .. <„ - : .,,, ; Student Attitude Rests I On Variety of Factors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

Charles Haynie . , ; : _rf __• .. &amp;lt;„ - \ : .,,, ; Student Attitude Rests I On Variety of Factors I am told that the House of Representatives Committee on Un-Amen-can Activities ( HUAC ) , continuing its twenty year investigation of Communist propaganda in America , has subpoenaed , a number of students and faculty at the University of Buffalo Students and faculty at the other New York State colleges will undoubtedly attend the Buffalo hearings as observers and will hear all about red infiltration and naive liberals within the New York State institution . Apathy Barrier While this sort of Congressional interest in higher education is new , at least for eastern colleges , it measures the extent to which students and their elders at Buffalo have broken through the apathy barrier and the extent to which they have become aware of themselves as human beings in an inhuman w orld The subject of the hearings will only be revealed as the hearings progress , but the history of the B...

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Twas A Day in April , Not Long Past ; The Geology Field T ip _» _*^* . [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

Twas A Day in April , Not Long Past ; The Geology Field T ip _» _*^* . By GORDON PRAGER Twas a day in April , not long past To which our fortunes bold we cast O ! Captain Morse ( he was our guide ) Led us on this bumpy r ide To hill and valley distant , far Untouched by asphalt , grime or tar . For we were going to nature s womb Where tiny creatures hid their tomb Where fine-grained elastics creep and crawl Where man has but to stare in awe . O Splendor of the Ledger dol With color just a shade from coal—At first you seem to run towards East ( And of your tricks that s not the least ) For further on you turn around Dragged on and on by creeping ground And of your older brother Kin 7 er ( You he on top , not around or in , Sir ) Why must you burden him with such weight Just because you were born too late He seems to go in your direction—Why , then , Sir , must you bend and flex him ? Kinzer , though , is no boy wonder—On top of Vintage he lies asunder . But we must question Mother Ea...

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Numerous Groups Gather For Concert Before Haverford College Audience [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 17 April 1964

Numerous Groups Gather For Concert Before Haverford College Audience A concert of contemporary music was given Saturday , April 11 , at 8 : 30 in Haverford College s Roberts Hall The program opened with a spirited performance of a dramatic madrigal , Coro di Morti , by Goffredo Petrassi William Reese directed both mens choruses in the effort , which featured a wild assortment of instruments including four bass viols , tympani , side drum , bass drum , cymbal , gong , three grand pianos , and a brass group Death Is Theme The poem of the madrigal is taken from the operette morali of the Romantic Italian poet Leopardi It deals with an episode in the experience of a Dutch doctor , Frederico Ruysch ( 1638-1731 ) , who invented a new technique of mummification . The mummies come to life for a short time and converse about the mystery of what they felt at the moment of death and the meaning of death itself Albert Van Ackere conducted the Haverford and Vassar groups in performance of severa...

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

Full-Time Jobs Available Abroad According to ISTC Students interested in _Ycu-Rouiic Jobs Abroad last week packed ik Manhattan meeting _sponsoiul In ill . International Student Tnml _Cmiii ( ISTC ) of New Yoik Cit &amp;gt; Snub and teacher members fiom , ill oui the U . S attended ISTC is the IS Canadian , and Latin \ meman 1 eprc sentatne for the International Studci Information Service of Bmssels lid gium ISIS is a non-ptofil oigam / i tion Gives Progress Report Newly returned from his t \\ o-morii . European visit to eight ( oiintiicISTC Director Frank Co _. _Jr .,, . c ,, o _, ed on new job oppoitumties and gat a progress account on _ilu Si \ Lure pean Economic Community &amp;lt; md _&amp;lt;! Outer Seven European Im Irac Area countries Mr Gordon said , Wi- hue iiwi interesting as well as _eduialional _joV and also opportunities to sta \ wit foreign families . These , 111 pa &amp;gt;« b also on a year-round basis in than 30 countries including Tahn and Australia ...

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

National Academy Of Sciences Moves To Break Monopoly The National Academy of Sciences two weeks ago moved to break the monopoly a handful of U S . universities hold on $ 1 billion of federal funds used annually for research and other projects . The academy s committee on science and public policy launched the attack in a sweeping report on the relationship of the U S . Government with colleges and universities The committee report that science and government must struggle to preserve both freedom of scientific inquiry and accountability of public funds . Channel Grants Without jeopardizing high stand ¬ | ards , the committee urged a way be found of channeling federal grants to some weaker institutions str iving 1 to raise the level of research and graduate education . Their report noted that the nations 10 largest universities are getting 40 per cent of all federal basic research grants—totalling $ 750 million Along with about seven other universities , the ten eat up the lion s sha...

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

Financial Aid The financial aid applications for the 1964-65 academic year are now available in the Student Aid Office . Any student who wishes to apply for financial assistance should obtain a form as soon as possible , have his parents complete it , and return it to the Student Aid Office no later than May 15 , 1964 . Students who are currently receiving financial assistance are reminded that they must complete a new application and return it to the Student Aid Office no later than May 15 , 1964 in order to be considered for financial assistance .

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

Peace _Corj 1 Non-competitive Pi _^ _oP ; placement tests will ) ( lm m | tered tomorrow at m i • m , 3 f -101 . who * » 10 k | considered for Peace C » i ! % ing must take the test . _. - PP 1 _ 1 _ A tion form for the Coi _maj - | submitted at the time &amp;lt; _ _« tc &amp;lt; l | For further informal ! _&amp;gt;« M | I Leonard C . Grove in 11 ; ° u i ; ing Office . _?« a

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WWFM Hopes To Expand Operation ; Envisions New Commercial FAA Station w ¦ mm _wa ¦ B [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

WWFM Hopes To Expand Operation ; Envisions New Commercial FAA Station w ¦ mm _wa ¦ B Above is a drawing of next year s facilities of radio station WWFM in the new dormitoiy . An index of the labeling is as follows : A—radio master control ; B—Studio ;; C—Sub-Control Room ; D—Announcing Booth ; E—News Department ; F—Main Offices ; G—Lounge ; H—Hall ; I—Head ; J—Record Library ; K—Shop ; and L—Transmittei . M , the Music Listening Room , may be _ussd to enlarge the radio master control if station manager _Felk Kaufman feels it necessary . _^ _^^ By DAVID L . HARRISON Biimming with enthusiasm . Felix Kaufman and Stuait _Kuitz , WWFM station manager and assistant manager , indicated then desue to expand the ladio station s operation in the futuie by _applying for a commercial FM license In a meeting with President Spaldmg both students agiecd that the station has icached its maximum opciating le \ el undei cuuent conditions , and declared that the expansion to FM was the next logical st...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

_jullbright _J 8 _ffJT _ melton Plans n lor Linguistic Itudy Abroad |||| john Shelton , Phi Beta Kappa _iilective and a three-year Senioi ffigatiii major from Salisbury , _^ _Saiyland , has been made the igrecipient of a United States Full ijlrpvernment Giant under the Kins of the Fulbright-Hays Act || l | [ Shelton received notification of the Sgrant after having applied through Dr _SJSuther Binkley , campus adviser on _^ graduate fellowships to the Internation- _^ _ffi lnstitute of Education in Novembei IIIast year . HH Grant All-Inclusive ||| U 1 transportation , expenses , and Bniition to the Unversity College in Ip ondon have been granted The fellowship also grants a $ 1 , 562 40 stipend _| for living expenses | || _After spending one school year in yDsoiidon , Shelton plans to return to the | tJ | S . and apply his Woodrow Wilson Fellowship to Stanford University in _Hd Alto , California || ! esides Latin , Shelton has a vvoikiag knowledge of Greek , French and _^ Spanish He s...

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Black Pyramid Elects 20 Plakans Wins Presidency [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

Black Pyramid Elects 20 Plakans Wins Presidency Twenty juniors were tapped for membership for the Black Pyramid Senioi Honor Society last week . John Plakans was elected to succeed Robeit Blown as president of the _oigamyation _Othci elected to office weie William Cracas , vice president Michael Wood , ticasurer , and Chris Baldwin , secretaiy . Membeiship is based on academic achievement and pai ticipation in the extracuincular activities of the College To qualify for the organization , a student must have a cumulative 2 5 aveiagc or better Black Pyramid members serve as usheis at graduation , convocations , ind other official College functions They also are in charge of the concession stands at athletic events and other activities where refieshments aie sold But then two majoi activities arc the Black Pyramid Wiestling Tournament ( which was held last week—sec page 5 for results ) and their used textbook sale at the beginning of each semester Plakans summed up the society s purpos...

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M ) litical Internships Awarded M ) Two Government Students [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

M ) litical Internships Awarded M ) Two Government Students SmSTwo F and M government majors have been awarded political internslmK in Washington this coming summer iBBCarl Oblmger , a freshman , and Jay Russell Rose , a junior , received fEggositions through the Pennsylvania Center for Education in Politics which _ifflSpportcd by the Maurice and Laura Falk Foundation _mg § E Active Politicians _HsOblinger , a Republican from Springfield , Illinois , has been an active _Sffifcker in political campaigns in _Saiigamon County This will be his fust Bpjjgience as a political intern , working for Congressman Paul Findley . HK &amp;lt; osc , from Hawley , Pennsylvania , and also a Republican , has done KgKKteer work with the Wayne County Republican headquarters This is _Sfflg&amp;amp;s first political internship He will w ork m the office of Congressman _E _g || h McDade Rose is a member of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity _SHftThe P C E P . located at F and M is devoted to encouraging c...

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Burroughs Corporation's Computer Given To Supplement Academics [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

Burroughs Corporations Computer Given To Supplement Academics F and M s computer , gift of the Burroughs Coiporation is taking shape this week in a renovated loom located below the swimming pool Mr . Spaldmg expiesscd gratitude to the Burroughs Corpoiation , which made the gift with no strings attached Looking quite haimless from the exterior , the beast boasts an lmpressive anatomy of more than one thousand vacuum tubes arrayed within a half doyen or so gray metal cabinets . The mi chine is capable of doing 20 .- 000 additions per second , and has an internal memory of 40 , 000 digits . It opeiates at high speeds and operation and maintenance are simplified . It is also capable of modular _ex-pansion . Same As Nasa The system is the model used in Nasa s Project Mcrcurv research to calculate the keyhole in the sky —- the point of entry into orbit of a space capsule The numbci of oibits to be made and the precise instant the cap- ( Continued on Page 3 )

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

Two High School Students Receive Hail-MercerAward F and M has selected two high school seniors as Hall-Mercer Scholarship winners The Scholaiships were aw aided to students who have beer accepted foi entrance heie next fall Thomas Shelley is the son of the Rev and Mis Ward W Shelley , 2110 Birch wood Rd , Lancaster , and will be giaduated from Penn Manor High School whcie he is a member of the school oichestra and a violinist with the String Quartet He lias won honois in the local high school Science Fair and plans to study history at Fiankhn and Marshall Ned Russell of Beaver , Pa , the other Hall-Mercer _winnei , was not available The fuo scholarship winners were selected from among 33 finalists for academic excellence , character , service and leadeiship The finalists visited the College recently where they attended classes , met with departmental chairmen and touied the : ampus .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

Scholar Applications The College Scholar Committee will accept applications to the College Scholar Program from freshmen _through Friday , May 8 , 1964 . Applicants must submit a letter ( in tripiicate ) to the Committee explaining their reasons and qualifications for entering the Program and secure _letters of lecommendation from two professors . For furthei information , see the Chairman of the College Scholar Committee , Dr . Roger B . Rollin , K-lll .

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EDITORIALS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

EDITORIALS Auction Money tot Dr . Phillips Fund A scholarship for students in the humanities and a reading room , in the new dormitory will both be excellent memorials to Dr . Elias H . Phillips , a man admired and respected by his students not only as a teacher of superior quality , but also as a man who lived a life comparable to the humanities he taught . With the new dormitory scheduled to be ready for complete occupancy by February , 1965 , we believe the Memorial Library should also be completed at that time . But that , of course , means mat the necessary funds must be made available soon so that work can begin on the reading room . Since the Student Council has not yet committed itself to any organization for the money that will be raised at the upcoming Campus Chest Auction , we would suggest that the Council give serious consideration to turning this year s proceeds over to the Dr . Phillips Memorial Fund . Should Council make such a decision , all will benefit . Students ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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WWFM Hopes To Broaden Scop 3 ; Envisions FM Commercial Statu n [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

WWFM Hopes To Broaden Scop 3 ; Envisions FM Commercial Statu n ( Continued from Page 1 ) presentation of educational programs At present , little time is devoted to such programming by either of the two local FM _s-tations After the initial cost of installing the FM station is repaid , Kaufman thinks the operation will be able to support its sister AM station which will be a continuation of the current setup . He added that it s possible the station s revenue might be great enough to set up some sort of scho ¬ larship here with the funds remaining after the first two expenses are met Kurtz pointed out that a similar operation was set up at Princeton about eight years ago , and that the station has already not only repaid the money it cost to build the station , but that it is now donating about $ 5 , 000 a year to the school for scholarships The possibility that an educational FM station could match such a feat would be highly unlikely , according to Kaufman . No advertising is perm...

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