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

Letters to the Editor Sexual Attitudes Wrong At Mens School To the Editors : While leading Ivy League universities have forums on the problems of sex-on-campus , F and M should be having forums on an opposing problem : no sex on campus But this is not to say that F and M should try to emulate the Ivy League universities in a drive towards orienting students with the pleasures of female company Sex must not be understood to mean the act of sex . The equalization of word and action is a common misconception , and the difference between the two must be understood before a worthy article can be written which avoids such Victorian phrases as the pleasures of female company . No Sex Means Sick A campus with too much sex is an unhealthy one . A campus with no sex is a sick one . There are definite advantages and disadvantages in a coed school , but becoming co-ed will not definitely solve any of the driving problems of the student body . Of the many problems of the allmale school , the mos...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

John Finlayson , _lsft , and David Harrison , right , present Phi Kappa Sigma s $ 100 donation to the Dr . Phillips Memorial Fund to Herbert Anstaett and Mrs . Phillips . In memory of its former brother Elias H . Phillips , Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity presented the college _widi the sum of one hundred dollars The money will be used to purchase books for the Phillips Reading Room in the new dormitory John L Finlayson and David Harrison of Phi Kap gave the money to Herbert Anstaett , librarian , and to Mrs Phillips Scholarship Fund The Reading Room will be one of two memorials to the former head of the Department of English A scholarship fund will be established for students m the Humanities According to James Avison of the College Development office at F and M , The scholarship will probably be given to one student per year , yet this is dependent on the amount of money available and on the decision of the In Honor of Brother Phi Kap Contributes $ 100 To Phillips Memorial Fund Scholar...

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melton Wins ( Continued Pa 1 [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

melton Wins ( Continued Pa 1 S > rom s e > _avlird must be U S _citizens and hav < ajfbacheloi s degice or its equivalen D _^ She beginning date of the grant ana | be proficient in . the language o _) _tHj | host country Selections will be made on the basis of academic and / _oi _professional record , the feasibility oi tn § j | applicants proposed study plar _anSfpersonal qualifications _Pieferencc isjpiven to candidates who have not previously lived or studied _abioad and wlic | are under the age of 35 W& Grants Vary _JgEhrce types of giants will be availa _^§ under the Mbrjght-Hays Act-. _UiSEgovernment full grants , joint U S ~|> iiier government grants , and U S government travel-only grants / _jgXfull grant will provide a student witfiftotal tuition , maintenance , loundtriStransportation to one of 38 participating countries in the program , health and accident insurance and an _incraental allowance *| Jmnt U S -other gov...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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_Computer to Supplement Scademic Programs Here [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

_Computer to Supplement Scademic Programs Here llll ( Continued from Page 1 ) _ifsule is to be triggered into re-entry llrif determined on the basis of the n&Ghirie s calculations . _K Tc Aid Academics i ||| rhe computer is being installed as 111 1111 separate from the IBM data processing machine in East Hall , and M _*^ ent plans are for use of the maje in the academic progiam of the % oBlge A Faculty steering committee ;|||| been established , comprising Drs _BelU Biookshire , and Enck |||[> r Enck stated that the Physics ! pl . rtment plans to integrate the use c || fthe computer into its advanced _ coarses , and possibly into some areas | || he basic courses The possibilities f || f [ use of this machine in the work of ¦ many departments in the college is : s elfJ evident , she added JS Computer Courses _ff projected courses in the use of the computer are now under consideration Some faculty members and pethaps some students as well may be offcicd k ? chan...

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

Tomorrow at 6 : 30 p . m . WWFM will feature a discussion with William G . Carleton , Professoi of Political Science at the University of Florida at Gainesville , Dr . Carleton discusses how the political world has changed and how the United States has changed with it . Dr . Carleton explains the development of the Communist rift and its effects as treated in his recent book , The Revolution in American Foicign Policy Its Global Range WWFM Discussion on World Politics

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

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j * SPORTSCOPE B yPETEKEERS /• ; ___________________ I Netmen Shine in 1963-64 Court Action [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

j * SPORTSCOPE B yPETEKEERS /• ; ___________________ I Netmen Shine in 1963-64 Court Action f Authors of a dazzling 13-0 slate in 1963 , Miller s varsity I netmen have risen to greater heights over the last two campaigns than any Diplomat tennis squad since the undefeated 1940 club i _________ , successive setbacks at the hands of i _^^^ HH _^^|^| Swarthmore and Johns Hopkins have ended all [ _^^^ E § f __^ HR dreams of anot h er untar n is h ed recordhowever , _|^^ HRISHH | with five established veterans back from last seaHHBgpiSiHraSI sons edition and a highly promising sophomore _lllPJffi _ _JHtlllll a so n _^ e foldit is not unreasonable to expect _SSKfSxjfifiS _f this squad to cattle for MAC honors this spring . _^^^ _g _^^ B In his seventh season at the helm of F and M s _^^ _HfKB _^^ H tennis fortunes , Miller can call upon a quintet which carved out a combined 44-12 singles record Pete Keers in 1963 s net skirmishes The only netmen . missing from last year s sterling squad a...

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Hall Ties College Record Dip Cindermen Capture 'LittleThree ' TrackTitle [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

Hall Ties College Record Dip Cindermen Capture LittleThree TrackTitle By RICH HARRIS Five Little Three track records were shattered and another tied as the Diplomat cindermen defeated Gettysburg and Dickinson last Saturday aftinoon by a 63 _^ 4-61-37 count . The Dips ( 5-1 ) had suffered their first setback of the campaign against Ursinus four days earlier but recov ered nicely as attested to by the vie tory Hall Ties College Mark F and M s ace sprinter Steve Hall tied the college as well as the Little Three record in the 100-yard dash with a 9 . 9 timing . Hall also won the 220 and anchored the mile relay team of Bob Piper , Tom Ulnch , Tim Wagner as they ran to victory in a record setting 3 : 26 6 Bob Healy was also a double winner for Coach Bill Ianmcelli s squad , taking die shot put with a 42 10 heave and the javelin with a 184 8 toss . Wagner Clips Record Diplomat half miler Tim Wagner broke the 15 year old meet record in this event , coming home in 2 00 8 . Wagner s effort to...

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Golfers Top Jay For First Victory [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

Golfers Top Jay For First Victory _Edsed out by Albright in the campaign _inaugural , I seiend Wilbur _Trexlcr s varsity golfers squared off their season s , t c | as Wednesday when they topped Johns Hopkins by a 14-4 t _., m ai the Mt Pleasant Golf Couise in Baltimore . . This afternoon the _hnksimn _<«» .. _iina aivi . _juuuii Li * _i- iiiiiv : > _uk Ji _! l \ [ OUr ( to Western Maryland in qis , ¦ , _( of _n tending their win skein On _fndat J > they play host to Moravia , i on tin Meadia Heights Countrv Club coune at 1-30 p m _-j Knox Gains Medalist Honors _•] Pacing the Diplomats to ilii . ii in umph was King Knox who _ngistercd j a 79 en route to topping ihe Blue _** Jays Win Smith The F arid M can tain took medalist honois uith hi , score while Smith required Hi stick . to tour tlie course Smith Remains Undefealtd Also remaining undefeated [ or the Dips was Dave Smith who btstid Don Chadwick , 84-87 , while copping 2 / of a possible 3 points G...

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Netmen Win Fourth ; Top Two Squads [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

Netmen Win Fourth ; Top Two Squads Howie Rockettc and Lou Diemc rallied in the closing mintiKs of tin 1 doubles match with Moravians Bi _Carticir and Bill Grosh to emeu with a 4-6 , 6-2 , 8-6 victon , thenb enabling the Diplomat netmen to cd the visitors from Bethlehem In a 3 count last Saturday afternoon Late in the third set C _. micr w Grosh held a 6-5 lead in _y . mics ir a 30-love lead m score _vlmh » - soon wiped out by the hustlin 1 . Diplt mat duo Squads Split _Sinsli-s Singles play saw the t «< _I 1 * divide the six matches with Dieirt captain Lance Knauth , and Hob o r registering triumphs for F . url In addition to Rockete an Dumb the tandem of Boin and Dmg PJl was victorious in doubles a < ion Also of interest was th . . _icounf of formei Dip frosh ace Cr ie R » pert and John Plakans Tht l _«» _llJ standout topped Plakans a cI fought 6-+, 6-4 match Netmen Top Getl > _, i _« Earlier in the week tht p !» J had chalked up an 8-1 U . p _ 1 ° ...

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

SOFTBALL STANDINGS BLUE LEAGUE Team W L Chi Phi 3 ° Sig Pi 2 1 Phi Kap 1 Phi Psi 1 l ZBT 1 J Seminary 1 Phi Tau 0 3 WHITE LEAGUE Pi Lamb 2 0 Delta Sig 1 ° Phi Sig 1 ° Facvdty 1 1 Lambda Chi 0 0 Kappa Sig 1 3 Marshall Hall 0 2 TENNIS SUMMARY F « M MORAVIAN 1 Singles Gordon Rupert , M , defeated John Plakans 6 4 , 6 4 Bill Corner , M , defeated Doug Paul , 6 2 George Kelhart , M , defeated Howie Rockette 8 6 , 6 4 Lou Diemer , F , defeated Bill Grosh , 6 3 , 5 7 6-1 Lance Knauth , F , defeated Nick Hill , 6-3 , 6-1 Bob Born , F , defeated Mart Bentkowski 6 2 6-1 Doubles Rupert and Kelhart , M , defeated Plakans and Knauth , 8 6 , 6-4 Diemer and Rockette , F , defeated Cartier and Grosh , 4-6 , 6-2 , 8-6 Born and Paul , F , defeated Hill and Bent kowski . 6-1 . 6-0 PURSUIT—Unidentified stickmen battle for loose pellet in Friday s tilt with Dickinson . Only Diplomats Jay Springei ( 76 ) can be picked out . ( Photo by Eshelman )

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Devils Top Dip Stickmen [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

Devils Top Dip Stickmen F and M _ s varsity lacrosse squad dropped its third consecutive encounter of the campaign when it bowed to Dickinson by an 8-5 count on the Red Devils home field last Friday The Diplomats will play host to Lafayette tomoirow afternoon at 3 : 30 Forging to a 4-3 lead at halftime , the Big Blue were trounced in the final two periods as Dickinson s Larry Bayley tallied three times Dick Pnebe and Mel Thomas paced the Diplomat attack with two goals apiece while Tom Anderson registered one Compounding the loser s miseries was the mild concussion sustained by ace midfielder Dave Sipperly in the course of the day s action

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

Track Tourney Set For May 5 Franklin and Marshall s All-Col-lege Track Tourney will be held at 4 : 15 p . m . Wednesday , May 6 . In 1963 Chi Phi captured the team championship with Delta Sig , Phi Sig , ZBT , and Lambda Chi rounding out the first five . Underway this week is the AllCollege Badminton Tournament for singles competition . Action will take place from 4 : 30 to 10 : 00 daily . Five contestants from each fraternity or organization is permissable .

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

DIAMOND DUO — Centerfielder Larry Graham and catcher Russ Rice are expected to play key roles when the Dips host Elizabethtown this afternnnn .

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| _fii Sig 2 nd ., Lambda Chi 3 rd . WBT Cops College Wrestling Tourney [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

| _fii Sig 2 nd ., Lambda Chi 3 rd . WBT Cops College Wrestling Tourney Wgji Capturing top lam els in one _weight class and earning the mn-Sner-up slot in three otheis , ZBT chalked up a total of 5 i points to ffcapture the annual Black Pyramid _Wiestlinu ; Tournament . t _^ _Kplosely behind the pacemakers | | | re Phi Sig ( 48 ) , and Lambda Chi III ) , while Phi Psi ( 42 ) , Chi Phi fijl ) _, Phi Kap ( 20 ) , and Delta Sig SMS ) emerged with at least one victoi || r | itihe various championship bouts for | 38 h weight class _lif Sandier Paces ZBT ¦ J ||| Pacing ZBT to its triumph was _fRich Sandier , 167-pound winner over Jeammate Eliot Friedel Im addition , JDwk Weiss ( 123 ) and Al Klein ( 147 _> igjf § 3 ed second in their respective di- _^ ions for ZBT , while Vic Diet ? - | f | 30 ) Bob Kendis ( 137 ) , and Don _sjBeik ( 191 ) advanced to the scnu-fi-Zjnalls before tasting defeat _Sljim iPratt paced Phi Sig to its Jse ebnd-place finish while earning top ¦ honors an...

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DiplomatsSplit Two Contests [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964

DiplomatsSplit Two Contests F and M absorbed its second setback of the baseball season last Saturday as Albright edged Out a 5-4 triumph in 10 innings on the Diplomat diamond Earlier in the week the Big Blue had legistcred a 6-2 victory over Johns Hopkins on the loser s home grounds Penney Knots Score In Eighth Falling behind by a 4-1 count after three flames , the Dips _laihed to knot the score in the eighth After Larry Graham had tallied , Bob Pennt . y lashed a line single to drive in . Chick Eagle and Russ Rice to _icvive Diplomat hopes for victory In the top of the tenth however , the Lions Ron Gamber doubled to drive in Jack Kopp with the deciding run Dips Top Johns Hopkins In the tilt with Johns Hopkins the Diplomats punched out 11 singles and took advantage of two Blue Jays miscues to gam their first triumph of the 1964 campaign Right-hander Dave Bouchei went the distance on the mound for the victors , fanning four and walking one F and M opened the scoring in the initial fr...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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