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§ ike Yaggy • ,, ¦ - •¦ : /;• . - - - ¦ • ? _-r •¦ „ - . - - ¦ . j . ¦ . •„ - . ¦ r . ; : ¦ „ . - ... - -. ; •_ - ; _., . . I U . S . Cuban Surveillance Mndicates Double Standard [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
§ ike Yaggy • ,, ¦ - •¦ : /;• . - - - ¦ • ? _-r •¦ „ - . - - ¦ . j . ¦ . •„ - . ¦ r . ; : ¦ „ . - ... - -. ; •_ - ; _., . . I U . S . Cuban Surveillance Mndicates Double Standard l _^ f For Castro announcing that he will shoot down American reconnaissance fmlnes on their twice a week over-flights of his island | H 5 s weapons are ground-to-air missiles given him by the Soviets They are , presumably , the same type missiles usid to shoot down Maj Anderson in his U-2 in October c || l 962 during the missile crisis With the recent withalawal of Soviet troops from Cuba Castro has been given _Xintrol of the missiles and he now says he will use them K Our Rights s | Our right to make these over-flights and thus violate ( _fuban air space was won by President Kennedy in Nowanber of 1962 One of the provisions of the agreement _irtiich resolved the crisis was that the United States Would be able to make inspections of Cuba to insure that jfie offensive missiles placed in Cuba had in fact bee...
_• The Goldfish Bowl * [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
_• The Goldfish Bowl * The following is an editorial by Robert Ebert , the editor of the Daily Mini at the University of Illinois It may prove to be relevant to administration consideration of the proposed social code which was passed by the student referendum Wednesday . ( CPS )—The American undergraduate lives in a goldfish bowl , and his personal life is too often treated as the proper concern of his university He is numbered , registered , pinched , prodded , advised , and regulated into a tightly bound corner of conformity , and then told not to move for four years lest he lose his chance at the diploma jackpot His learning experience is presented as something which can live and grow within the most tightly restricted environment which adult society provides outside of prison This environment , of course , is the college campus . Insult to Undergraduates The undergraduate is insulted with restraints on his prnate life which no 19 year-old factory worker would put up with for a ...
F&M Spanish Club Celebrates A Very Successful First Year [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
F&amp;M Spanish Club Celebrates A Very Successful First Year The school year of 1963-196 _^ 1 marked the organization of the F and M Spanish Club It was hoped thai the club would give the students of Spanish an opportunity to gam an appreciation of Spanish and SpanishAmerican life The first elected officers of the Club were : President Edward Kieps , Vice-President Jeffrey Wilkerson , and Secretary - Tieasurcr Stephen Pinsky The faculty advisers to the Club were Dr Alvm Pianca and Dr Alfred Jacob Five Meetings In a series of five meetings conducted in Spanish , the club members were introduced to various Spamsh-spcak-ing countries Spain was covered by a Spanish major who spent his Jumoi yeai at the University of Madrid . Uruguay by a student who participated in the American Field Service Student Exchange Program , again Spain by Profcssoi Thurman Philoon , Argentina by a senior who spent six months woiking under the IAESTE program , and Cuba was discussed by Mr L B Herr , a ...
Orientation Program for Class oi 68 To Place More Stress on Acader ics [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
Orientation Program for Class oi 68 To Place More Stress on Acader ics James C Doremus , Assistant tc the Dean of Students , has announced the format of the freshman orientation program for the class of 1968 . which will begin Sunday September 13 It will ibe more academically oriented than in previous years and will eliminate some elements of last year s program which drew heavy criticism as being unsuited to the atmosphere _af the liberal arts college Liberal Arts College The program will feature pane _, discussions on the place of the liberal arts college in American society There will also be several lectures on topics in related fields . One other change in orientation week procedure from previous years will be that the Book Shop will be open for freshmen only on Monday , September 14 This was done , Dean Doremus explained , in order to help alleviate the lines which have previously dogged the book store One of the reasons for this new rule is that Pennsylvania state law forbids...
Harold Sobel _, John Bedell Win Graduate Fellowships [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
Harold Sobel _, John Bedell Win Graduate Fellowships Two F and M seniors have beer awarded graduate study grants total ling , $ 5 , 100 ifor the coming year Sobel , Chem . Major Harold r R . Sobel , senior chemistry major , has recently been awarded a $ 2 , 100 teaching assistantship in chemistry at Northwestern University for the 1964-65 academic year In addition to the assistantship , Sor bel was awarded a full tuition scholarship of $ 1 , 050 , and a $ 500 allowance to carry on iresearoh during the 1965 summer session The assistantship requires teaching of undergraduates while working toward his doctoratt degree in either physical or analytical chemistry Summers Spent in Research Sobel spent the summers of 1962 and 1963 doing research in analytical chemistry unxler a chemistry department grant from the National Science Foundation He is presently continuing his research under the F and M honors program . He is a member of the American Chemical Society and has consistently been on ...
Zacour Gets $ 5 , 135 Grant [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
Zacour Gets $ 5 , 135 Grant fellowship The grant was given by the American Council of Learned Societies , which is a group of about 30 societies that deal with the humanistic aspect of the social sciences and related fields Study Abroad Professor Zacour wil study abroad next year under this grant and research the history of the College of Cardinals in the Middle Ages and the development of the College as a corporate body He will be concerned Dr Norman P Zacour , Professor especially with the role of the colof History , lias been awarded a $ 5 , 135 lege in the fourteenth century in the Dr . Morse PeckhamProfessor of English at the University of Penn sylvania , will deliver the annual Phi Beta Kappa oration tonight at 8 : 00 in Hensel Hall . The oration , Modern Art : The Triumph of Romanticism , will follow the initiation of new members and will be open to the public . determination of papal policy Much of Dr Zacour s work will be done in the libraries of Oxford University , the Bri...
WLpril Issue of ALUMNUS Delivers SBv mccount of College by 7 Students [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
WLpril Issue of ALUMNUS Delivers SBv mccount of College by 7 Students WSB &amp; ( Continued from Page 8 ; aBction is generally favorable Im Jf || jf &gt; ba ) bly considered an intellectual on iffifipus but I like them occasionally _ISffifey re not pretentious They repreI igt an oportumty for the college stu5 || nt to laugh at his own adolescence , I _§§ u can look at yourself as what you wSaBk ., ifrhe New York Times , Time , and I Rjayboy were mentioned as the most I _OTular magazines , Lord of the Flies , I ff iL Hundred Dollar MisunderstandI _JS &gt; ancl Animal Farm were listed as t Spular novels Fred Orner noted a I gjnd away from the private world _WA internal values of the author toI fed public and social life Holden I _gtulfield , of Catcher in the Rye , cer1 _§ 3 nly had an effect but Salinger has I 1 ft popularity . He is still creating a _iBSrld of his own and we can t get _MSto it | _S \ Vriters like William Goldmg arc _jffllie popular They are v...
( _&vwk ( _Steatttttgs [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
( _&amp;vwk ( _Steatttttgs Delta Sig—Our own little N . C . Han returns , a little less precious . Powers is getting misty , you can tell by the softer tone of his sarcastic snarl _Congiats to Brother Mackie who must be maimed by now Here s to potted plants . Phi Kap—The brotherhood will miss brothers Ansbach , Becker , Bedell , Beale , Fmlayson , Hamlm , Latimer , Lee , and Passmoie Study hard for comps , fellows Friday night at the movies was fun wasn t it , Freddy ? Popcorn and othei such goodies Jim , SUB hops aien t always losers , are they ? Last Friday s softball game was a irough one to lose . Well get _tihem next year , Ray . Phi Psi—Kudos to Baby Beef and the new legimes . The Bobsey twins aie out on bail Anderson finally made the paper—jealous Craig ? What s behind Trobec s mysterious letters The softball team ( a bit belatedly ) finally came into its own Chi Phi—Everyone enjoyed Spring Weekend in the Poconos , even Sandy Taft 1 Hows your sister , Nick ? Harrison ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
MF Council Meeting wives Rush Rules mf iective This Fal 1 | m | ( Continued from Page 8 ) Jllh hmen will be permitted to visit || _ffi ; houses every weekday evening , || ffi &gt; ugh there will not be any mixers j _Ksmokers After the Christmas Vacallgn the freshmen will be allowed to l il the houses only from 1 to 5 on IBjesday and Friday IHThe policy for rush week will re13 ® m the same At no time will there W&amp; rushing in the dorms . WE . All Fraternity Party iKrhe Council is planning an all fraIgjjgmty party to be held after the first flick of classes Girls schools will be Justified so that they can make profiffiions for it in their school calendars nB _\ night watchman will be hired to | i pck the houses during thei summer . | | 1 is a retired police officer and will ig ke three rounds each night _ijHp 10 Summer Work Awaid went to S ! Tau s Steven Harper , class of 65 .
The Year In Review [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
The Year In Review SPORTSCOPE BjrPETE KEERS It has been an unusual year . The records compiled by Franklin and Marshall sports teams have not been up to par with those of a year ago , yet there is an air of optimism around Mayser Gymnasium regarding the future . Perhaps it is due to the fact _^^ H _^^^^^^ HH that the spring squads have help- ^^^ H | lg _|^^^ H ed atone for the disappointing _^^^^ K § _H _^^ B performances registered by the _^^ _HhB _^ HH fall and winter clubs . Or it may _BHBIBbbBBKIJIJb result from the realization that SPH _^ P _* even of the eleven MVP s on B _^^ _B _» JN _^ _Bkjf _diplomat varsity squads have _^^^^¦ _Ti _^^^^ _H jeen underclassmen . Some even i _^ HHfc . aHHHi _suggest that the sudden favorable Jfete is . eers change in weather after weeks of dismal rain may have something to do with it . Regardless ., the 1963-64 sports year at F and M is worthy of review . Trouncing Johns Hopkins by a 21-6 count in the campaign inaugural , the Diplomat gridster...
Trackmen Top Cadets [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
Trackmen Top Cadets Double victories by Ed Mikell and Steve Hall led tin- Diploma cindermen to a 67-64 victory over PMC on the losei s home ou last Tuesday . Record Stands At 10-1 This triumph brought the track squad s campaign slate up to a lofty 10-1 mark Mikell captured the 120-yard high hurdles m 16 1 seconds and turned in a winning 27 2 effort in the 220-yard lews He also placed second in the high jump Hall captured the century run in 10 4 and the 220-yard dash in 23 flat Relay Unit Shines Turning in a sparkling performance was the mile-relay quartet of Ray Shivelhood , Tom Ulnoh , Tim Wagner and Hall which crossed the finish line in 3 28 . 8 Taking this event by eight yards , the Diplomat foursome provided the points needed to clinch a hard-fought victory Also garnering firsts for Bill Iannicelh s forces were Wagner with a 2 08 3 half-mile and Paul Adogli who topped the pole vault field _with a lift of 11 feet . Bob Healy supplied second place finishes in the javelin and shot ...
Dips Top Devils Nine [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
Dips Top Devils Nine Dave Boucher scattered five singles and Jack Roseii- &gt; ten &lt; iel con nected for a two-run double to highlight a five-iun hith mmns * rally as F and M topped Dickinson 6-1 foi ats fouith diamond uc tory of the campaign Bouchers Fans Eight I The Diplomats fust ulhcd in tip , third frame when Russ Rire drou in Mike Teny on a lmc single i . leftfield Terry had _pnuoush single : and advanced to third on an error b Dickinson leftfielder Hud Hand Wert Drives In Clmchci The Devils knotted tli &lt; score in i fourth but a bases loaded single b Fred Wert in the next inning _luioiki . in two urns and ga \ _e the Big Blu a lead they never relinquished Moments later Rosins it _ngel do En route to registering his third triumph against no defeats Boucher fanned eight Red Devils while allowing only three passes bled Tom Bolk and Wen home iic then scored himself when Lam Gr ¦ h am singled THE BOX SCORE Frcnkhrt &amp; Marshall Dickinson ab h ...