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The Council Follies Or'The Can't-CanT [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964

The Council Follies OrThe Cant-CanT By GORDON PRAGER ( As the scene opens , Council is seated around a large , black-topped table The only other pcison in view is a stiffly standing man in the backgrount dressed entirely in black but with a lily in his hpel ) ( Council stands oeiemoniously and faces the audience ) Council : ( Sung to the tune of Mine Eyes Ha \ e Seen the Glory ) Oh ! We are the members of . the student council here Each week we procrastinate and legislate for fear That Dean Of Few , our pride and joy , w ill leave our merry camp , And well cease to be a rubber stamp ( Choi us ) Gloiy ! Glory Student Council ! We aie membeis of the council We aie members of the council 1 Our opinion isnt woith a damn ! Tonight we meet in Schnader Hall to pass another bill It doesn t matter ves or no as long as we get our fill Of gomg thiough the motions oC a body that canics weight And one that doesnt share our fate . ( Chorus ) Glorv 1 Glory 1 Student Council ! We arc members of the...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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IOP To Seduce "Brains " [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964

IOP To Seduce Brains _ffif By WILLIAM SUFFIASH Bfiar James Reichley _, legislative glcgetary to Governor Scranton _, adaKSsed the spring banquet of the _gojffinvment club last Thursday lig ht Mr Reichley spoke to approxuilltely fifty students and faculty m || nbers on the subject of The Role ifthc Intellectual in the Republican lll y |§| Kt the outset Mr Reichley claimed BE t the majority of educated people IS the United States and a great many college students are Rcpubhca a Yet the Democratic Party seems | be more attractive to the mtellecl 1 _hKc quoted Arthur Schlcsinger as _Sing slated that tlie power of money _tgfte natural lesouice of the RepubGcan Party , while the power of brains | Sthe natural resource of the DemofiStic Party W& Moral Question Kir Reichley stated that the moral _gllstion which faces the Republican l | j : ty is How may injustices be overcame without sacnticc of unity , staKlit \ , and ordei ? The Republican wishing to run for President , howeve...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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IAESTE Chooses Officers ; Eleven To Travel to Europe [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964

IAESTE Chooses Officers ; Eleven To Travel to Europe By RICHARD SHEREFF The F and M chapter of IAESTE / US ( International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical _Expeilence / United States ) has iccently passed then newly foimed constitution The only other colleges to have formed _1 AESTE gioups on then campuses , thus far , are Yale University , the Massachusetts Institute of Technology , and Newark College of Engmccung On-the-Job Training IAESTE / US , sponsoied bv the Engineers Joint Council , is a private , non-profit oigam / ation that offeis college and umveisity students of the sciences the oppoi _ttuuty to obtain on-ihe-job technical cxpenence in a foreign country Although IAESTE was founded in Western Europe in 19-18 it did not get undei way m the United States until quite recently Today , it has membei countnes throughout the _woild _Nsw Officeis Eagei to expand their effoits and oigam / c foi next semester , the F and M chapter , under the able leadership...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964

_Mollege Recipient filf Unrestricted Gift m Worn Texaco , Inc . IsiiShF and M has been av \ arded an un- || ltricted grant of $ 1 , 500 from TexW Inc Hf he check was piesented by Mr _Ig hn J Gonnan of tlie Mechanicsfflffg , Pa , district office of Texaco to _iKm G Wayne Ghck Wg Seven Straight Sit was the seventh consecutive ungjltricted grant of this amount the _aig llege has received from Texaco un- ^ r its Aid to Education program | We are grateful to the Texaco _j _^ npanv fo r its continuing support lathe College , Dean Glick lemaikg | These grants have been of conKerable help to F and M in stiengthi §| ng its program o \ ei the years Uses ¦ KsPast grants from Texaco have _^ gn use d by the College to help inffl& 5 e faculty salaries , for student _BSpolarships , and foi building renova- § SP , _ commented Dean Ghck

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964

In the past two weeks three campus organi ? _ations have elected executive boards for the remainder of this year and for the coming semester . American Chemical Society : Neil Sbar president Randy Rill vice-president George Kayson secretary John Lerbscher treasurer Government Club : Ken Duberstein president Steve Greiner treasurer Gerry Scioclli secretary Porter Scientific Society : Ken Hurst president Mitch Buchbindcr vice-president Alan Goldstein . secretary Bill Schneiderman .. treasurer Organization Officers

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PETE KEERS _, , ; J , v , I Sports "• Scope [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964

PETE KEERS _, , ; J , v , I Sports • Scope Currently sailing along at a 5-1 clip and newly crowned _recordholders in the Pop Haddleton Memonal Mile Relay of the Perm Relays , Bill Iannicelh s varsitv cindermen have set a standard of excellence which would be difficult to match over the pdst five years Owners of a _HHj _^ HH _^ _Hj 34-9 slate since I _^^ _HHHj _^^^ _B the opening of _^ _Hniiii 9 H _| the 1960 cam - | H | _ESwB | | paign , the DiploBP _^ _tSSJI _^ BI mat tracksters _JH _^^^ _fM _^ Hfi M varsities which _^^^ _JkS _^^^ _h have compiled a _I _^ _HHkSH _^ I rather mediocre „ . v 276 - 278 overall Pete Keers , record _ior competition beginning in the fall of 1959 . Also registering superb marks for this five year stretch have been the tennis ( 39-14 ) , swimming ( 35-13 ) , and soccer ( 34-14-3 ) squads . Hovering around the 500 level over this span have been the golf ( 22-19-1 ) , wrestling ( 27-30 ) , and crosscountry ( 23-29-1 ) clubs , while our fortunes in baseball ( ...

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F&M lips Visitors n 1-0 Con est [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964

F&M lips Visitors n 1-0 Con est By MARK SKI , _ JL Limiting Muhlcnbeig u , 0 | n _, while setting ten men do , _> on slnlt outs , Dave Boucher hurlt ¦ I and \ to a 1-0 victory over the - , ito , s frill , Allen town Dips Tally In Scv < , ith The Diplomats scored _, n the tof half of the seventh _fianu to cnabli Boucher to outduel Bob Millar ? mat exciting mound rivalry Boucher allowed only _luu safcuc one a single by Mule I ul-off mar John . Gehris in the opening innin « and the other a double _liv _Mular / if left center with one out in the sixth The Diplomat righthandei had hurled perfect ball from lh < first inn ing hit to the double in the sixth Jones Hits Safely Twice Mulaiv limited F and \\ % three hits , two by left _fitldci _Steie Jones . The Big Blue presented onh on serious threat , that _coming m the sn enth inning , when th < i harges c coach Woody Wheaton sioad them ly run of the contest Jones opened the _fraini wi...

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Frosh Divide Two Contests [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964

Frosh Divide Two Contests The yearling lacrosse and track teams split their matches last week as Jack Friant s stickmen trounced Delaware by a 9-1 count while the cindermen fell prey to Gettysburg and Stevens Trade in a tri-meet Curran Notches Four Goals Chalking up four goals , Tom Curran paced the yearlings to their triumph on the Blue Hen s home field in the campaign inaugural Art Griner and Neil Young tallied twice for the victorious Diplomats while Rich Kaplan registered a single marker Of mterest was Kaplans switch from the goalie slot to a midfield post _duung the third quarter . The Trenton native s score negated the Delaware tally he had yielded earlier in the contest . Bupp Shines On Cinders Rolling up 74 points , Gettysburg s freshmen track team romped to an easy victory over Stevens Trade ( 50 ) and the Diplomats ( 38 ) on their home oval En route to dropping their second tri-meet of the season , the Little Dips did register three victories , each of them a standout perf...

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Netmen Down Lincoln For Third Straight Win [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964

Netmen Down Lincoln For Third Straight Win Glenn Miller s varsity netmen picked up their fifth triumph of the campaign when they romped to a 9-0 triumph over visiting Lincoln last Saturday Dips Win Every Set En route to their victory the Diplomats won every set In fact , the number two doubles match was the only one in which Lincoln scored in both sets In that match Lou Diemer and Tom Beaumont toped Sune Tacheuohi and John Ramelfane 6-2 , 6-1 4 Diplomats Blank Foes Sweeping their singles matches were Howie Rockette , captain Lance Knauth , Diemer and Beaumont . Each looked extremel y impressive on the way to decisive victories . John Plakans topped Bill Albritton 6-0 , 6-1 while Doug Paul trounced Tacheuchi 6-0 , 612 for the other F and M singles wins In addition to the winning tandem of Diemer and Beaumont m doubles play , Plakans and Knauth took measure of Albritton and Bill Bailey 6-0 , 6-2 , while Paul and Ken Agle topped Bill Sowers and John Jaunakas by the same score . THE SUM...

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Diplomat Quartet Tops Former Relay Record [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964

Diplomat Quartet Tops Former Relay Record Adding another prize to their ever growing list of Jaurels , Franklin and Marshall s mile relay team raced to a new lecord and victoiy Friday in the opening day of the 70 th annual Penn Relays at Franklin Field . The Diplomat quarter easily troun- Tom Ulrich Ulnoh passed the Urced nine MAC teams to win the Pop sinus runner , who was leading the Haddleton Memorial Mile Relay in race at the 220 mark of his quarter 3 : 24 1 , more than a second faster than and had the Diplomats in first as a the old mark set last year by Wash- result of his 514 leg ington College Piper Leads Off Bob Paper ran a 52-second quarter leadoff leg for F and M and was running second as he handed off to Hall Turns In 50 . 3 Tim Wagner and Steve Hall maintained the Diplomat lead in the last two quarters to bring the winners home as victors by a 15-yard margin Wagner ripped off a 50 4 quarter while anchor man Hall came home in the days finest lap at 50 3 Swarthmore Places...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964

Golfers Register Second Triumph Franklin and Marshall registered its second consecutive win of the golf campaign when the Diplomat linksters topped Moiavian by an 11-7 count at the Meadia Heights Country Club last Friday . Knox Fires 71 Firing a one over par 71 , defendmg MAC titlist King Knox turned in the leading individual performance of the afternoon In doing so he topped Frank Laist ( 82 ) 3-0 . Hull Shoots 79 . Other winners for the Diplomats were Gary Hull , Dave Gale , and Jim Bunting Hull carded a 79 while Gale and Bunting had 82 s Sandy Hutchms and Dick Fisher record the only triumphs forMoravian This afternoon the squad hosts Swarthmore at 1 : 30 THE SUMMARY F&M 11 , MORAVIAN 7 King Knox , F&M , 71 , defeated Fred Laist 82 , 3-0 Sandy Hutchms , M , 79 , defeated Dave Smith 82 , 3-0 . Gary Hull , F&M , 79 , defeated Drck Wilsey , 81 , 2 / _,- / _, Dick Fisher , M , 78 , defeated Joe Doherty , 81 , 3-0 Jim Bunting , F&M , 82 ,...

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LeopardsClip Dips in 9-6 Tilt [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964

LeopardsClip Dips in 9-6 Tilt The Diplomat varsity lacrosse squad dropped its fourth decision of the campaign as it fell prey by a 9-6 count to the Leopards of Lafayette who had also been starved for victory ( now 1-5 ) going into the contest The Big Blue battled Lafayette to a 6-6 stalemate after three periods _, but the Leopards iced the win with a 3 goal outburst in the final quarter . Tom Anderson , Mel Thomas , captain Bob Brinacombe , and Mel Heath chalked up single scores for F and M while Joel Mustin tallied twice Both clubs picked up two markers in the first period and were deadlocked at 3-3 when halftime arrived Bob Capperella , George Sleight , and Jim Olson scored twice for the victors while George Rubin , Dick Linthcum and Rich 111 also connected for the Leopards .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964

Intramural Notes Lance Knauth and John Bingenheimer have advanced to the finals of the student division of the AllCollege Badminton Tournament while Bill Iannicelli and Tom Gilburg are pacing the faculty section . Knauth topped Skeets Dunn 21-0 , 21-1 to move to the finals and Bingenheimer gained a three contest 21-8 , 8-21 , 21-8 triumph ovei Howie Rockette . In faculty play Iannicelli defeated Bob Getchell 21-4 , 16-21 , 2 H 6 while Gilburg edged Woody Sponaugle 2 M 5 , 21-13 . On the handball circuit John Straus gained second place by registering a 21-8 , 21-4 victory over Bill Boykin .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 28 April 1964

TOM ANDE _1- V Ace Midfie , Looking i * , \ A year ago this « f hc _^ V M varsity netmen \ n ¦ _ii 3 _«« e _J- ; crest of a ninc-m ua _£ ., skein , Kevin _OCoiv tap ** three first places as tra . c \ _j _, crushed _Muhlsnberg i lieir triumph in six meet . _, _| _^ sity lacrosse squad _toj . _^ f < . by a 8-5 count for n _^ >| of the campaign . _^ . — ¦— m

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Dean Glick Announces 1964 Award Winners , Prizes Presented Tues . [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 1 May 1964

Dean Glick Announces 1964 Award Winners , Prizes Presented Tues . Recipients of prizes to be presented at Tuesdays awards banquet in . Mar-shall-Buchanan Dining Room have been announced by Dean of the College , G Wayne Glick In addition to the presentation of prizes , new members of Black Pyramid v \ ill be tapped at the dinner . Thirty-five members of the _senioi , junioi , and sophomoie classes will receive awards . The Prizewinners The Thomas Gilmore Apple Prize , given to the sophomore who ihas repiesentcd and used his influence for the best ideals of character and leadeislup , has been awarded to Dave Braun , president of the sophomore class Robeit Kier has been named lecipicnt of the Allen M Alboum Prize , aw aided to the geology major who shows the greatest aptitude by his performance in Mineralology and Petrology . The senior Accounting major who receives the highest mark in a com ¬ petitive accounting C P A s award This yeai s winner is Multiple Robberies Victimize Campus D...

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IUB Selects Six Members ; Constitution Change Needed [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 1 May 1964

IUB Selects Six Members ; Constitution Change Needed ln a move sanctioned by an as-yct-itSpe-approved constitutional revision SmI SUB elected six new members Sjam the class of 1967 to its executive frftrd _SaHy 1 tnc SUB constitution as it now _Blasts , there is provision for the clcc- § o f five members from the freshclass at the end of the academic This year the SUB decided that mid be necessary to choose six its class of apprentices The ccnttiona l change which allowed this still have to be approved by the ent Council accoidmg to the regSUions under which the SUB opcrates _ijffi New Members _Jrafthc new members of the SUB ai < _^ _Greg Clarke , a member of the Pi _Eairnbda Phi fraternity , Dennis Riff _, _amndependent . Dick Knobclman , an- • other independent , Scth Lev me , a • _nfefnber of Kappa Sigma , lay Wallow , a member of ZBT ; and Geoigc _•^ urnowski , anothci member of Kap- * _TOplSigma I !!? 10 e ecllons wclc the SUB s last _^ official act of the ycai w . S...

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