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Tom Parker _^^ _MfflMs _^ _s _^ a _^ a _^* _*^^^" _;—~ _v ~~ ~ . - i Government ' s Foot Blocta Collective Bargainer ' s Har d | [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

Tom Parker _^^ _MfflMs _^ _s _^ a _^ a _^* _*^^^ _;—~ _v ~~ ~ . - i Government s Foot Blocta Collective Bargainer s Har d | _misaiiaaa The nation is now threatened by a rail strike that would shut down all lines for the first time in 18 years A tremendous blow would be dealt to the national economy , stopping the flow of mail , medical supplies , food , coal , and consumer goods , if a rail strike lasts any length of time . When the Illinois Central announced that the new set of work rules would be put into effect at midnight , the unions called a strike on the line . Thereupon , all the major lines declared that a strike on one was a strike on all Unions have for a long time sought to deal with the lines on the nation-wide level but now , suddenly , they are interested in seeing what kind of agreements they can get from dealing with the lines individually . Unions Irresponsible J . E Wolf , the chief negotiator of the nation s lines to the National Railway Labor Conference , said :...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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EDITORIALS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

EDITORIALS An End to Hypocrisy ? For all intents and purposes the semester has now passed The good ideas that were set in motion in January have now either been forgotten or put into effect . Now is the time when promises must be evaluated on the basis of what they turned out to be . The Dean s Committee on Extra-Curricular Life constituted one of the major promises that was made ori campus this semester . How has it justified its existence ? At the end of the first semester the Dean approached thirteen students about what he called a blue-ribbon committee which would have as its mandate the study of current social patterns on the campus and the recommendation of changes which it thought would improve defects which it had discovered . The need for the committee arose when the Student Council failed to carry out ats study of the matter in an adequate way . At first the committee of thirteen , chaired by Bob Lasky , produced a deluge of minutes from the meetings of the various subcomm...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

Student Council ( Continued from Page 1 ) each student is taking , and which courses have finals before the com 1 - puters can be put to work ; this all takes time The council has tried to find out if exams can be given at other times than the customary Saturday for some courses The council has also investigated the possibility of all professors making back tests available to students Campus Conditions The council has been investigating bhe condition of the campus . Mr Blevins was asked if waste cans could be placed near the Campus House . He replied to the effect that he would rather pay maintenance crews to pick up papers than disfigure the campus with the cans . It was also pointed out at the meeting that the campus is in need of reseeding and chat walks should be made -where the students have made their own paths , Larry Raithaus absence prevented a discussion concerning AjS . G . U . S . A . of which he is national secretary .

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Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

Letters to the Editor _kM Be Saggy Arouses More y&onservative Opposition 3 I p the Editors : _3 § & was somewhat disturbed by the f _ udicial views expressed m Mike gy s editorial of April 10 Nore in the editorial did I see any _« reterence to his speeches or even a rephrasing of Senator Goldwatei s ual foreign policy It appears that _ifjMr . Yaggy has not delved ( siu ) two _Ijfgreat works , The Conscience of a Conservative and Why Not Victory Yag_ife&s political attacks appear unfounded _i ;| ini light of these documents w _^ a _^ rgy says , he confuses peace with _•^ surrender In reply to his accusation _^ consider Goldwaters own words in _JMy Not Victory ? ( p 108 ) - _flfllMy opponents adroitly try to make _jfpfit appear that I am in favor of nucHfSlear war , that I would make v \ ar l | | the prime instrument of our pohev | I can t imagine what makes them |||| hink that . No one values life more JHfthan do I Would I take satisfaction prom ex...

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Bike Yaggy : r .. _- . -- . - ¦ .. _—¦•? - ; . : ¦ .... ¦ _ ¦¦ , ,. _,-, .. .. -. - ; » • _^ Government Uses Its Foot MTo Keep People Off Theirs [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

Bike Yaggy : r .. _- . -- . - ¦ .. _—¦•? - ; . : ¦ .... ¦ _ ¦¦ , ,. _,-, .. ..- . - ; » • _^ Government Uses Its Foot MTo Keep People Off Theirs m As a prime mover m the nation s economy the gove rnment must be vitally concerned with the current rail lispute Unless a solution is found the operating unions > n the lailroads will strike at 12 : 01 am tomorrow The afect of such a strike would be staggering Not only would the rail industry be crippled , but all other indusries that depend on the railroads would have to cut back §§ suspend operations Our pro- _^^_^^^ jected $ 608 5 billion gross national flH _^ _HpRHHl _product would fall , _taking with it BHHKPf * _^ _ _* H Hie national income and the per- BBBKiWQh _. -is m W >/ _TJP aF _«»^ _rtJMk : entage employed _^ _k F imS j § Roles Clear and Cloudy _HgJp r _PtiM _lllaThe role of the government , and ilpf % _JlM _^ particularly the President , is both _v ? , .. ¦¦ JBjlH jgfclear and cloudy Too many lives \ _^ ...

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Carleton Drops Twelve For Printing _^ Obscenity ' [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

Carleton Drops Twelve For Printing _^ Obscenity NORTHFIELD , Minn . ( CPS)—Cailcton College students are piotcsting suspension of 12 students for publishing a magazine which , accoidmg to the college admimstiation , is clearly offensive to good taste Richard Gilman , dean of the college , said that many of the articles and poems in the magazine dealt with student sexual lclations He emphasi 7 ed that the magazine will be allowed to continue publication and the suspended students may continue to work for it . _Abridgment of Freedom Students regai d the suspensions as an abndgment of freedom according to Frank Teltsch , editor of the Caileton student nev \ spaper They aie protesting the method of punishing the students , without lefeicncc to the aiticlcs themselves , Teltsch said Under the chaiter of the Caileton Publications Board , new publications do not have to join the Boaid dm ing a six-month trial period , but it can still act when it considers a publication is in poor taste , ...

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Apathy Related to F&M Community [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

Apathy Related to F&M Community ( Continued from Page 6 ) Last year I conducted a brief attitude survey , consisting of a so-called alienation scale plus a lot of talk I have no definite conclusions , but would like to mention two factors which emerged rather clearly . First of all , the stereotyped image of the _PreMMed on this campus did not hold true Pre-Meds , as a category , appeared no more alienated and frustrated than social science majors , for instance , and showed significantly less negative attitudes than several other categories of majors Secondly , the factor that seemed most clearly associated with attitudes of frustration and alienation -was that of post-graduation plans and expectations In other words , how students feel depends quite a bit on what they expect to do with their F and M diploma after _receiving it . This sounds rather like common sense , but as we all know , it takes a sociologist to make sense out of common sense . Naive Judgment In the a...

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Student Dating Survey Shows Isolation Factor [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

Student Dating Survey Shows Isolation Factor By AL HOERSCH and GORDON PRAGER Dating habits and preferences have been extensively and intensively polled at coeducational colleges , yet in a precedent - setting survey senior Herb Lustig , working with Dr Sprey of the Sociology Department m a Tutorial Project , has attempted to measure student attitude and habit in the dating process 230 Polled Out of a total of 230 questionnaires distributed primarily to juniors and seniors of F and M , 220 were found to be valuable to the survey The average age of the men polled was 19 , and 91 % of the students do not live permanently in Lancaster County Fifty per cent of those polled live in a large town , while half that number come from metropolitan areas Although the surveyor was not attempting to find a cross section of the student body , the percentages dealing with religion and class status revealed that a fairly accurate and well-spiead sampling had been obtained . Religion and Class Cross S...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

DePuy Speaks in ( Continued from Page 1 ) WWFM broadcasts Bands could probably be retained with no guarantee , but by the understanding that they would be given the proceeds from the door Such a system , it was stated , is used in the New York area Students complained of the high costs of bringing a date to an allcollege weekend . They suggested that Dean DePuy ask the local motels and hotels for special rates at these times , so that housing a date would be less expensive Also , Dennis Riff proposed that a sit-down banquet be given . The Dean said that the construction of the central dining facilities in the new dormitory could facilitate a dinnerdance . The Dean told the students of plans for a cabaret which would allow a student to entertain his date on campus in a proper atmosphere . Tied M-B Lounge in with this , the F and M _ er could enjoy a late evening snack Supporting the REPORTERS last editorial , they griped that no eating facilities are provided since the Campus House c...

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( _&xnk ( _SlrantttgB [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

( _&xnk ( _SlrantttgB ZBT—Congratulations to the hous ( wrestling team for winning B P W T Orms has his own parking space ai McCaskey Slogs becomes the firsi Travelling Secretary from A T Congratulations to Duber on becoming Government Club President Kappa Sig — We enjoyed having Dean and Mrs . DePuy with us foi our Parents Day Banquet ONeil ] passed a Spanish test ! The big question is . Will Dave trade in his Jersey Central for a Mustang ? Miner always was a showoff—but after all ! Whats that sound ? Could it be the seniors knees knocking Pi Lamb—Sussman . . She had Confirmation practice Mahn is inconsiderate The Wednesday Nite Club is meeting Hertz wins the Sigma award for this week Congratulations to Pete Fmklestem on his pinning Ross is a Beatle Hi-Ho Silver 1 Phi Kap—Jim Whitten is to be welcomed aboard as a new brother along with the other nine that were announced last week Steve Hamlm and Bill Haines have both bit the dust , congratulations on your pmnings All th...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

Scholar Revolution Shows Insanity ( Continued from Page 6 ) Law ) was found that had been referred to m one of the footnotes from the readings . On Tuesday , copies of a passage of Holmes book were xeroxed and distributed . All systems were GO for Wednesday At precisely 1-25 pm B & E entered the seminar room . A majority of revolutionar ies were present Only two scholars , for security . reasons , had been left out of the revolution plans . This precaution , however , was to lead to the breakdown of the revolution B & E almost immediately called on one of the scholars to read his paper Fortunately , he had written about Godot One split second after he had finished the reading , the revolution began . It lasted for thirty glorious minutes , during which B & E found it well nigh impossible to fit in one word edgewise . The end was soon to come , though . One of the two who had been left out of the plans got hold of the discussion and began talking r...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

Dr . Vladimir Treml To Present Paper At Harvard Seminar Dr . Vladimir G . Treml , Associate Professor of Economics , will present a paper concerning his research of Soviet economics to a seminar on Soviet planning to be held at Harvard University this week Graduate students and faculty researchers from Harvard and the surlounding areas will have an opportunity to compare the presentation of a practicing Soviet planner with the study of Soviet eceonomy done by Professor Treml Soviet Planning Appear ing at the same seminar will be Mr . K Porwit of the Polish Planning Commission who will present a paper on some aspects of Soviet planning Dr Treml s paper , Input-Output Techniques and Planning in the USSR explains his advanced prospects and speculation on changes in the methods of Soviet central planning . His research is designed to give economists an opportunity to gauge the capability of the Soviet economy .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

Two Lecturers Sign For Topics Senes ( Continued from Pagr 1 ) turer Bernstein will be c sabtoi tical and has a very _heav \ hedub Marian Anderson , who fee she :. singer not a speaker , has _di ined 3 speaking engagements Also , according to Geiei Oppc » heimer was very grateful the in vitation but declined , givn > 10 rcl son to the College Sorenson May Appc There is a possibility Tec _ucnwi special adviser to the late _icsidti Kennedy , will be able to < _= ik a ( lf January 1 , although no of il r has been heard from Mr _ensci When asked the reason e con mittee is working independi s ° , lecture agencies , Geier ( • _m < : M that the Topics program _« _d improved through this n ° _& a though he did feel the age _sP 01 ers are good Finally Geier added I hop 1 * the schedule will be con fir , • in next few weeks .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

Banquet Set May 4 F and Ms annual Spring Sports Banquet has been scheduled foi Monday evening , May 4 . In addition to the presentations of varsity letters , freshman numer als , and the MVP awards for each sports , the Hamilton Watch Award will be given to the outstanding athlete in the graduating seniot class .

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Athletic Director Views Changing Sports Scene [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

Athletic Director Views Changing Sports Scene By PETE KEERS , SPORTS EDITOR A glance at the mural adjoining Franklin and Maishall Athletic Dilcctoi Woodrow Sponaugle s office would readily indicate even to the most casual observer that Diplomat athletic teams have known both feast and famine during the past 15 years At this moment Dip fortunes in the field of athletics are ceitainly soniewihat lower than what they were six or seven years ago , however , with a promising cast of underclassmen forming the nucleus of all F and M sports squads , an upswing in the success cycle appears to be inevitable within the next two years . With this , and many other thoughts in mind , the REPORTER interviewed Sponaugle as he neared the close of his first year at the helm of the colleges athletic program . REPORTER : How would you contrast the present organization of the athletic department to the existing situation when you started coaching here m 1949 ? SPONAUGLE : At this moment we are in better...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964

WLambda Chi _Waces Race Wor Trophy | i $ _\ ccording to most recent calcula- || fians Lambda Chi is pacing the race frag the All-College Sports Trophy _^ &i a total of 696 points while Chi HI ( 488 ) , Delta Sig ( 487 / a ) , and • lii _^ _Sig ( 461 ) remain in contention -HH Spring Results Not Included f |||§ r hese figures do not include totals _ajifiiarded for athletes participating on • 1 varsity teams this sprmg Points foi 4 |» s phase of the competition will be J awarded at the close of the season I _following the pacesetters arc Sig ¦ Wm ( 362 / = ) , ZBT ( 288 ) , Phi Kap _Ilip / _a ) _, and Phi Psi ( 192 / a ) while I KiLamb ( 140 ) has also eclipsed the I _iMMury mark Phi Tau and Kappa I Si | biing up the rear with 81 / a and f _^ P olnts lespectivcly _jsijrhese statistics arc a compilation §||| ipoints awaided for vaisity athletes jgnlfall and winter sports as well as IBM results of intramural competition ! _xa& cross-country , volleyball , aichciy...

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