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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964
Frosh Stickmen Ready For Action Under die helm of Jack Fnant , F and M s yearling lacrosse squad is set for tomorrow s opener at Delaware . Composed of an experienced group oE public and private school standouts , the 16 member team has shown promise in its early season scrimmages with the varsity Expected to direct the attack against the Blue Hens aie Steve Curran and Tom Gremer , while Pete Eisenberg , Art Snokc , and Ste \ e Rothschild also figure prominently m the picture Pete Rubino , Marshall Steele , Neil Young , Rich McGrath , Howard Hirsch , and Rich VomSaal will be 10tating at the midfield posts The frosh boast a pair of fine defensive men in Bob Hellman and Pete Gilfillan , while Rich Kaplan has shown a good deal of promise in the goalie slot this spring Defender Bob Sawers , goalie Lee Hertz , and utility-man Jerry Cartn will also see service In addition to tomorrow s opener the yearlings will play host to the Naval Pi ep *\ cademy on Friday afternoon , May 4 This is the...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964
APRIL 21 Varsity Baseball Elr / abethtown at F and M 3 30 Varsity Golf F and M at Western Maryland 2-00 APRIL 22 Varsity Lacrosse Laifavette at F and M 3 30 Varsity Tennis Ursmus at F and M 3 00 APRIL 23 Varsity Baseball Muhlenberg at F and M 3 30 Freshmen Lacrosse F and M at Delaware 4 00 Freshmen Track F and M at Gettysburg 3 00
Frischs Firebugs' Light Bonfire in Green Roem [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964
Frischs Firebugs Light Bonfire in Green Roem The problem of guilt is one that has bedevilled Western European playwrights since the closing days of World War II It has been the basis oi many plays , including- The Firebugs , which opened last Thursday Max Frisch presents the problem in a situation filled with allegory and unexpected humor Biedermann , the common man , and his wife are representatives as much as they are people . Schmitz and Eisenring , the firebugs , are not firebugs really , they are representative of forces that make war as well The Ph D is and is not a Doctor of Philosophy , he is as much a symbol of intellectuals as he is a character Middle-Class Sinners The outcome of Fnsch s allegory is the scene in Hell Here we find all the middle-class sinners , the adulterers , the thieves , the covetors , and so on The devil , who is also Eisenring , by the way , reports the situation in heaven : the mass - murderers , the large scale thieves , the generals , and all of th...
Exhibit Reflects Moods , Contrasts [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964
Exhibit Reflects Moods , Contrasts Kenneth A Kirsten , a commercial artist in Lancaster , presently is exhibiting a collection of his own oil paintings m the Exhibition Room of the Fackenthal Library The collection represents two years of work It is distinguished by tremendous control of color and ingenuity in using the oil technique to _express and create an atmosphere A native of New York City , Kirsten received a bachelor of fine arts from Pratt Institute m 1953 . Since then , he has been doing commercial artwork at Studio K , located in his own home on the Millersville Pike One of his largest clients is the College , for whom he has designed letterheads , covers , and the logo which the REPORTER is using He says that he paints solely for the enjoyment he gains and possibly as an escape from the pressing demands of the commercial art world Despite this emphasis on enjoyment , Kirsten also says that an artist must paint with the paint and not color a . . picture He is more than a ...
Bats in the Belfry ? No , Rats in the Quonset Hul [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 21 April 1964
Bats in the Belfry ? No , Rats in the Quonset Hul If , while in a fit of anger and -ssalkmg by the quonset huts , one feels the need to utter some expression of his inner aggravation , let him beware using the generic aspersion , Rats ! Such a remark might prove disturbing to the many rats who reside in these sheds These rodents , along with assorted mice , fish , earthworms , and planana _, aie the subjects for a great amount of research in various areas of psychology which is being conducted at the huts Part of themenagerie is being used for research into emotionality under a grant from the National Institute of Health Brookshire Heads Program Dr Kenneth Brookshire the pied piper of Lancaster , is conducting the study , which is now in its fifth year Using electrophysiological measurements as well as observational techniques , he is studying the effect that modifying an emotional state has on behavior and the central nervous system Most of the rats are being used in this experimen...
Raithaus Elected Secretary Of New Nat'l Student Group [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964
Raithaus Elected Secretary Of New Natl Student Group By DENNIS BOOKSHIRE Larry Raithaus , Student Council Vice-President , was elected National Secretary of the newly formed Associated Student Governments of the United States of America last weekend The idea for an ASGUSA was begun last year by Bill Feathenngill of Vanderbilt University He contacted Dick Moore of Southern Illinois and Larry Blamkenship of the University of Oklahoma Together they formulated the plans which led to the first preliminary meeting at Tulane University in Decembei of 63 Aims of ASGUSA F and M was contacted m March and invited to a conference which would discuss the need for a national student organization and , hopefully , adopt a constitution The letter which Mike Vaggy , Student Council President , received stated tlie purposes of the proposed organization . open channels foi communication and cooperation among the student governments of American colleges and universities It is directed at the individual...
I _Revisions Suggested n Social Regulations [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964
I _Revisions Suggested n Social Regulations I ! By DICK KNEEDLER I In an interview with Robert Lasky _, Chairman of the Deans I Hoc Committee on Extra-curricular Life , it was learned that It group will soon recommend a revised set of _College social _rcs ; uions to the Administration and the Board of Trustees . The new code would m essence consist of the piesent student de and a statement reminding the students of the laws of the rte . It would eliminate the social i _emulations which aic presently pended to the Student Code . I Lasky said that the Committee feels theie aie two alternatives [ dealing with social regulations . They can be in the form of a ; al code , such as that which piesently exists at F and M , or they a be certain basic guidelines for student conduct . The committee ; _ls that the legalistic code has had its chance at F and M and has led to correct misconduct . It is hypocritical and completely un ! forceable . The faults with the present regulans are that they...
DePuy Discusses Social Problem With Students in Informal Session [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964
DePuy Discusses Social Problem With Students in Informal Session By TOM MORRIS A resounding YES greeted Dean DcPuy s question Is the major social problem at F and M a lack of women on this campus ? to open an informal discussion of social life between the Dean and interested students in Marshall - Buchanan lounge last Tuesday night The wide variety of topics discussed produced such suggestions as freshmen being allowed to have cars on campus , lCgularly scheduled dances with a live band instead of records , and betterplanned all-college weekends Cabaret Proposed The students also endorsed THE REPORTERS editorial in last Tuesday s edition which called for an extension of hours for the Coffee Shop and othei campus facilities Dean DePuy suggested a cabaret arrangement so that a better atmospheie for dating cculd be established But before a moic rewarding campus social life could be effected , the students must mipiove their appearance and manncis towards \ isitors to the campus Accoidm...
leier Contracts Speakers _| pr Two Topics Addresses [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964
leier Contracts Speakers _| pr Two Topics Addresses iBy PAUL EISENBERG Robert Strausz - Hupe and ess Alexandra Tolstoy have been cted as the first two speakers of I-- 65 Topics series , according to Geier , Director of Public Refor the College usz - Hupe s address is set for _: r 8 and Countess Tolstoy s for ber 5 . Speech Subjects titcss Tolstoy , wnho is the youngighter of the late writer-philos-Leo Tolstoy , will speak about nous father in am address enLeo Tolstoy , My Father ; Dr -Hupe , the Director of the For- &gt; licy Institute at the University _isylvania , has not informed the of his topic as yet . • and a faculty committee com ¬ posed cf professors Brittingham , Vanderzell , _Tieml , and Charles Holzingcr aic selecting the upcoming speakers New People Sought According to deier We re attempting to get some peop le who aren t on the regular lecture circuit and without the administrative help of an agency it has been slow and difficult No other lectureis have been co...
S . C . Sends Letter to Scranton [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964
S . C . Sends Letter to Scranton By LAWRENCE BANK The Student Council passed a motion to send a letter to Governor Scranton asking him to remove the five percent tax on school supplies at their meeting last Wednesday night President Mike Yaggy explained to the council that under the present legislation the governoi has this power and that it had been used last year Due to pressure by bookshops in college towns the decision to exempt the college stores from the tax was reversed Campus Chest Yaggy also announced that the campus chest am 11 return to F and M Money will be collected from student and faculty contributions as well as from the freshman - sponsored movie and an auction conducted by Professor Frey The council will decide how the money is to be distributed Among the possible recipients are The World University Service , John FiUgerald Kennedy Memorial Library ( foi a college wing ) and CARE Exams At a previous meeting the possibility of the college releasing final exam schedu...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964
Glee Club To Sing With Girls Group Here Tomorrow The F and M Glee Club will sing in a combined conceit with the Mount Mercy College . Glee Club here tomoirow at 8 30 pm The program will also be presented at the Mount Meicy campus in Pittsburgh , Saturday , May 2 , 8 00 p in Selections Selections by the F and M men will include two American sea chanties Lowlands and What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor , as well as Maegdlein im Waldc by Antonin Dvorak and Dulcis Christe by Michaclangelo Crancini The Glee Club is directed by Hugh Alan Gault The Mount Mercy Glee Club will present Four Songs For Womens Chorus , Opus 17 , by Johannes Brahms , Petites Voix by Francis Poulenc , and Mass in C # Minor by John R Lively , dircctoi of the Mt Mercy chorus . Gloria by Francis Poulenc will be pel formed bv the combined glee clubs Glee Club Officers II Nelson VanSant is picsident of the F and M Glee Club , Alfred K . Schwcrdt , vice piesident , J Stephen Harper , secretary-treasurer Richard R B...