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Badminton Play Underway [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964
Badminton Play Underway The All-College Badminton week as seven players advanced t Tournament got underway this the second round of competition In the tightest match of _th-e week Roger Garrison topped Dick Wallace by a 21-18 , 21-18 count while Jeff _Nivon outlasted Erik Kraft to capture a three game 10-21 , 21-14 , 21-15 match Mark Smith blanked Carl Obhnger 21-0 , 21-0 and Bob Brundagc topped Bob Spcctor 21-2 , 21-6 in a pair of runaway contests In other action Pete Gandola defeated leff Hccht 20-22 , 21-2 , 21-9 , Bob Saclans trounced Howie . Passmore 21-1 , 21-1 and Warren Humph leys advanced to the second round of play when John Btehm forfeited
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964
Penn Relays Beckon Cindermen Franklin and Marshall will be represented by a quartet of sprinters and a javelin hurler at the Penn Relays this weekend . Bob Piper , Tom Ulrich , Tim Wagner , and Steve Hall will perform for the Big Blue in the mile relay while Ray Shivelhood will be on reserve . Bob Healy will represent the Diplomats in javelin competition
Lasky Poll Shows Johnson as a Strong Favorite [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964
Lasky Poll Shows Johnson as a Strong Favorite By WILLIAM TUFFIASH Robert Lasky , senior government major , has taken The 1964 Election : The Candidates , The Issues , and the Lancaster Electorate as his topic for an honors project Under the guidance of Mr John Pittenger , Lasky has made a study involving the use ol predictor precincts to find out what the nature of this year s election results will Ibe Survey Taken Early The survey , taken during the first three weeks of February , exposed many interesting facts , not the least of which was that many people are unwilling to discuss politics Since the poll was taken _befote the New Hampshire Primary , the possibility of a Lodge candidacy _was not taken into account . This highlights the greatest weakness ol the survey—the fact that it was taken too early . Random Sample of Precinct Approximately • thirty students aided Lasky in securing the completion of 230 questionnaires from three precincts The poll represents a 10 % random sample...
Student Attitude ! _A ; **; j _«» _i - ''« _KKr " _.,:.,-. _^ , _^ .,,,,,., - I Student Apathy Relate I S To Lack of Community [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964
Student Attitude ! _A ; **; j _«» _i - « _KKr _.,:.,-. _^ , _^ .,,,,,., - I Student Apathy Relate I S To Lack of Community By JETSE SPREY Webster defines apathy as an indifference to what appeals to feelings or interest It is thus not free-float-ing , but always related to something one is supposed to be excited about . Much of the stereotyping about stu Dr . Jetse Sprey dent apathy results from the simple fact that many students are not excited about matters considered important by certain professors , administrators , or fellow students Dr Haynie s article in last week s REPORTER illustrates this clearly . Focus on Conditions of Interest A meaningful discussion about student attitudes should focus , therefore , on those conditions on campus that do — or do not — make it possible and meaningful for the average F and M student to become interested and aroused by various things which do not directly relate to ihis own particular interests . I mean such matters as . required courses i...
April Scholar Revolution Indicates New Insanity ' [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 24 April 1964
April Scholar Revolution Indicates New Insanity By MICHAEL HENRY Somewhere along the line the planners make a mistake . Some minute flaw must have escaped the wary eyes of the responsible intelligentsia Though they fervently distributed Montaigne s propaganda ( . a scholar shall be taught to know what it is to know and what it is tc be ignorant , what ought to be the end and design of study . . )¦ though they carefully screened each candidate with pointed questions designed to reach his true nature ( Why can t elephants go to F and M ?) , they somehow had not planned for what had happened Each week they had subjected theii forcefully held captive audience to the worst form of torture ( reading what they had written the night before ) . Each week they carted in hot , poisonous stimulants ( Slater coffee ) tc make sure that each victim was fully conscious of his agony Each week they thickened the air with foul vapors designed to dizzy their panel and induce the loss of reason ( they s...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964
mights Fight Nearing Wate of Belligerence By LESLIE LENKOWSKY J _SpThis nation is on the brink of Hell . We aie _moving into a || i | l of war . Thus spoke noted author Louis E Lomax with tefei- * e | je | to the civil rights struggle in the United States | p He appeared with several other prominent individuals April J 11 22 at the annual convocation of the Lancaster Seminary , dealing , tiE || year with . Race and the Renevsal of the Chuich . Lomax de- | j ||| ed a formal lecture on the afternoon of the 21 st and paiticij $ || ed in a panel discussion with his fellow speakeis and some professional men from Lancaster in the evening |||» Lomax , a well-known author , television personality , and lecJajSs 1 , has written three best-sellcis- The Reluctant African , The Nei Revolt , and When The Word Is Given . He has also been a fiecraent guest on television piogranis such as the Jack Paar Show , Illfen End Frontiers of Faith and the Today Show , ||| ffi addition , he is a contributor ...
Dr . C . D . Spotts To Deliver Final Religion Talks Today [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964
Dr . C . D . Spotts To Deliver Final Religion Talks Today By PAUL EISENBERG To close out the Lecture in Religion series foi this academic year , Dr Charles D Spotts , Chairman of the Religion Department , will deliver a lecture at 11 a m m the Green Room and one at 8 15 pm in Hensel Hall today In His Honor The morning address is entitled The Concern of the Church foi Higher Education The evening lecture , Christian Nurture in the Home Updating Horace Bushnell , is _m his honoi because Spotts , a member of the F and M faculty foi 33 years , is _ictiring at the end of this semester , it \ si ! l be followed by a reception honoring the professor and his wife in Marshall-Buchanan Hall . When asked the reason for choosing this particular topic for his Hensel lecture , Spotts replied , I ve tried to be a responsible parent and in this relationship I m convinced the home plays a much more important ( role ) than cither state or church He also felt the topic is tunely in light of the recent...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964
Committee Reports Results The Student Code printed verbatim below is the final report from the Dean s Ad Hoc Committee on Ex-tra-curricular Life Student Code Mature , responsible conduct at all times and in all relationships is required of each Franklin and Marshall student Within the limitations which govern an ordered , intellectual community the College accords all students freedom of inquiry , freedom of expression and freedom of action Each student , then , assumes the obligations of membership in this community Citizenship in the Franklin and Marshall College co mmunity necessitates : respect for the dignity and rights o _( each individual , respect for both public and personal property , and personal and academic honesty . All students are expected to be cognizant of and to obey all federal , state and local laws and ordinances The distinction between liberty and license is clear—this code grants only liberty . Since guidelines for conduct are necessary in any community , the...
IF Council Proposes Alumni Council To Organize Housing Improvements [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964
IF Council Proposes Alumni Council To Organize Housing Improvements By JOHN BREHM A pioposal was made during the Interfraternity Council meeting last Wednesday evening that the council establish an Alumni council to coordinate housing _impiovements m the fraternity houses Alumni Representatives A council composed of two Alumni representatnes from each house could administer the much-needed re-vamp-ing of the living quarters in many houses on campus It is hoped that such a council might prove effective in procuring a joint effort among die houses , with the obvious ad \ antages to be gained fiom contracting for a major housing improvement project The revised constitution of the IFC was reviewed by Lariy _Zawatzky , who pointed out a number of minor changes Among the more important alteiations weie a provision to elect IFC officers earlier in the yeai to allow more time for then adjustment , and a piovision that houses which fail to settle debts owed to the IFC within thnty days of no...
College Buys More Ground To Improve Baker Campus [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964
College Buys More Ground To Improve Baker Campus F and M s Baker Mcmoiial Cam- will not be put into use until fall Phy pus , one-half mile west of the College along the Old Harnsburg Pike , ha ; been increased in _size to nearly 50 acres , and pieparation for its use in intramural spoits is nearing completion . The College announced this week that an additional five-acre tract oi land has been acquired at the southcast corner of the 45-acre Baker Compus No plans have been made for the land , formerly owned by the School Lane Hills corporation , but its location offeis access to the Baker Campus from Wilson Drive and Clayton Road , as well as from the Harnsburg Pike Service Buildings The service building being constructed for sports equipment storage is nearly finished The building will also provide toilet facilities . Grading and seeding of the playing field has been completed , but they sical Education Department Chairman George McGinness explained that some draining problems must ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964
WWFM Discussion Tomorrow at 6 : 30 p . m . WWFM will feature a discussion with Dr , Joseph Satin , Chairman of the Department of English at Midwestern University , Wichita Falls , Texas . Dr . Satin has written several articles on Shakespeare and some 52 , 000 words on the subject of literature . He has also written texts by the titles , Ideas in Contest ( 1958 ) and The 1950 s — America s Placid Decade . The topic of discussion is his recent book , Reading Literature
EDITORIALS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964
EDITORIALS Council s Approval Necessary Tomorrow the Student Council will be asked to vote on the recommendation from the Ad Hoc Committee on Extra-curricular Life Last Friday we expressed our views on the proposal . We neea say no more than that it is necessary that the Student Council take this opportunity to go on record as , favoring the ending of social hypocrisy on campus A great deal of thought has gone into this report and it deserves the full and immediate support of the elected representatives of the student body . Wiffum at the Bat-A Parody A challenge has been for a Saturday in May , By a rowdy group of DJ _ s who say more than they play . They ask us to play baseball , the game played North and South , We accept , and soon shall show them , the pen outlasts the mouth The outlook won t be brilliant for the Wiffum . nine that day ; The score might stand at four to two , with an inning left to play ; And so when Moser dies at first , and Bieler does the same , A sickly cre...
StudentOp inionPoUFavors W _^ M Campus Wants FM Radio Opera ion [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964
StudentOp inionPoUFavors W _^ M Campus Wants FM Radio Opera ion By GERRY MARCUS Last week the proposals to expand _WWFM by addition of an FM operating frequency were discussed in the REPORTER . Noted were the difficulties of securing such an expansion for the station and the possibilities which exist should such an _expansion be realized In view of the fact that the issue is one which can be profoundly influenced bv student opinion the REPORTER decided that a poll of that opinion might help to clarify and expand the question Brad Brodsky 67 — I think WWFM is a terrific station the way it is now I think the idea to expand to FM is a good one although I am not sure if $ 60 , 000 is too much to pay for this kind of a venture The only drawback that the station now has is that you can t receive it off campus If they make it PM we ll be able to receive it off campus I hope expansion to a FM station won t change the programming of the AM Cris Juliard 64 — I feel that the idea is basically ...
Author Louis Lomax Warns About Dangers in Civil Rights [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964
Author Louis Lomax Warns About Dangers in Civil Rights ( Continued from Page 1 ) listening to King Destroy Cliches In the process of the discussion , Lomax destioyed several cliches of the segregationists or do-nothings . For example , he ad \ ocated in-service train ing programs as part of industry Negroes are not inherently less qualified for positions than are whites America has made the Negro a bootblack and now they want to kick him in the teeth because his hands are dirty Negroes must be shown that the doors are open Furthermore , the Negroes themselves should establish training programs in die basements of churches , af industry is reluctant to do so There are many stupid white people doing jobs that any Negro could have done , said Lomax The Negro youths must be trained and over-trained . Because of the racial barrier , die Negro boy cannot afford to do the foolish things white kids do He must foibear an active social life and burn the midnight oil Furthermore , die general ...