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Netmen Bow to Dickinson [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
Netmen Bow to Dickinson By DYKE HENDRICKSON Singles victories by John Plakans and Tom Beaumont were the only bright spots for the Diplomat netmen last Monday as they dropped a 7-2 verdict to visiting Dickinson A victory over Gettysburg this week will give the Red Devils the Little Three tennis championship MAC S Set For Weekend This weekend the Big Blue journey to _Swarthmore in quest of the MAC title Defending champion Lafayette , Swarthmore , and Dickinson pose the biggest obstacles to an F and M victory Plakans registered his triumph by outlasting Sherm Winters , 4-6 , 6-4 , 6-4 , while Beaumont topped John Mowcll , 6-4 , 6-1 In three other matches F and M extended the visitors to three sets befoie bowing TENNIS SUMMARY Dickinson 7 , F and M 2 Singles John Plakans , F , defeated Sherman Winters 4 6 , 6-4 , 6-4 Larry Rand , D , defeated Doug Paul , 7-5 6-2 John Edwards , D , defeated Howie Rockette 6 4 , 6-2 Ron DePetns , D , defeated Lou Diemer , 2 6 7 5 , 6 3 Rick DePetns , D , ...
Golfers Drop Second Match [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
Golfers Drop Second Match MAC titlist King Knox remained undefeated but the Diplomat golfeis dropped their second match of the spring by an 11 _^ - 6 _J / q count when they were hosted by Bucknell in their fifth encounter of the campaign last Tuesday Knox Cards A 78 Firing a 78 Knox bested Larry Kash ( 80 ) ma 2-1 match This score earned Knox the honor of deadlocking the Bison s Jim Dunn for the highwater mark of the afternoon Dunn had blanked the Diplomat s Dave Smith ( 80 ) 3-0 Gary Hull registered the only other Dip win by outshootmg Marty Farbei , 78-80 , for a 3-0 victory Joe Doherty ( 84 ) tied Neil Donnelly ( 83 ) l / o- ] / 2 to round out the Diplomat scoring while Jim Bunting ( 85 ) and Dave Gale ( 84 ) were blanked by Bucknell s Ralph Learner ( 80 ) and Jay Fuller ( 81 ) respectively
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
Frosh Tracksters Bow To PMC F and M J s yearling trackmen traveled to PMC on Tuesday where they fell prey to a powerful Cadet squad by a 90-40 count . Eric Bupp was a double winner for the Diplomats , pacing the field in both the 220 ( 24 . 5 ) and 440yard dashes ( 55 . 5 ) . Bill Erdman captured top honors in the shot put with a 42 6 toss while Al Michel took the discus with a 141 3 effort . Other top performers for the yearlings in the now completed season have been high jumpers Pat McCaskey and Barry Levan , distance runner John Alleborn and John McCormick who has competed in the sprints , broad jump , and javelin .
Diplomats Fall To Villanova [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
Diplomats Fall To Villanova Franklin and Marshall s varsity lacrosse squad dropped its seventh contest of the season when it fell prey to Villanova , 4-2 , on the victor s home field last Tuesday This Saturday the Dips will play host to Dickinson at 2 30 p m in an attempt to end the campaign on a cheerful note . In bowing to the Wildcats F and M controlled the ball for the greater part of the encounter as attested to by the fact that Villanova goalie Steve Wehren registered 28 saves Captain Bob Brinacombe and Mel Heath split the scoring for the Diplomats
* * More More More More Letters to the Editor * * * [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
* * More More More More Letters to the Editor * * * I ( Continued from Page 2 ) fcannot help but think of the won- * 1 conditions that would prevail Sis country if the powerful newsErs o £ the nation emulated this fine mple set by the editors of the _Ilege reporter Keep up the good work 1 Steven Novom , 67 One Appel Nurse Needs Fewer Lemons To the Editors : In this letter I w ould like to delivei both a compliment and a complaint concerning two people who serve this campus The complaint is directed towaids one nuise in the infirmary . I will not mention her name because my purpose is to procure an improvement and not to ridicule this individ ¬ ual ( also , I do not know her name ) The nurse correctly diagnosed nv ailing leg as a se _\ _-ere charhe-horse Hovvevei , she then proceeded to trea it with heat rather than the ice vvhicl should have been applied But , mis takes can be forgiven The real stim ulus for my _writing this occurred 2 feu moments ago Visitors Not Allowed Any patien...
Review and Evaluation of a Year at Fand M [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
Review and Evaluation of a Year at Fand M By LUTZ BAUER So we have made another year — nearly . The finals will still be a hard nut to crack , but I hope nobody gets knocked . If you are pessimistic , you look upon the past year as just leaping from one test to the other ; if you are optimistic _, you consider it a nice overall productive ( or better , creative ) time with small unpleasant frictions in between . Now I am more inclined to look upon it this second way . It was after all a magnificent time I had here at F and M _, though maybe I was not always quite convinced of that during the year Then one could sometimes hear me curse about quite a few things — the liquor laws , the Colleges puntamstic Student Code , this whole undersexed , sleepy and boring town , the dorm counselors in general and some of thorn in particular , F and M not being co-ed , and so on — I cheerfully joined the chorus of complaints . Melancholy ¦ But now that I can count the remaining days at F and M on ...
Wrestler Yields Portrait : A Typical F & M Athlete [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
Wrestler Yields Portrait : A Typical F &amp; M Athlete By GORDON PRAGER The college athlete is a subject both of praise and of jibes designed to belittle his position as a student In the large coed universities he holds a position of importance and is looked up to by the girls and the men Around him is created an aura of greatness that is more than often not surpassed by the campus intelligentsia F and M is a small , all-male institution and as such does not accommodate the atmosphere that draws the athlete and gives him a position of some importance . In an attempt to seek out the nature of the typical F and M athlete the REPORTER in ¬ terviewed Lewis Zemsky , a freshman biology major from North Bellmore , New York . Undefeated , Thrice Tied Low is on the wrestling team , and merged frcm the season undefeated and thrice-tied . Inherent in -every sport is the expectation , the anxiety , and the tension that precedes each tournament , meet , match , or game Lew finds that he ...
Letter from Our Man in Ghana : Trials and Tribulations of Corps [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
Letter from Our Man in Ghana : Trials and Tribulations of Corps The following is a letter from Roland McEldowney , geology major in the class of 1963 , who is now with the Peace Corps in Ghana to Dr D U Wise of the Geology department . Dear Don , The bugs are pretty bad around this light , but I thought Id write anyway , seeing as how you put me up to this , and its almost a year since I last talked with you . Im camped on a poneplained hill , 2500 ft high , in south-central Ghana , with twenty laborers , including a field assistant , night watchman , and drilling crew My job is to determine the value and extent of a known bauxite deposit I have a Wmkie drill at my disposal—and hope to get 6 Empire drills soon Very Slow Work The work is going very slowly because of the distances and terrain involved and the equipment I have All the material is brought along trails up the hills , on heads—and so nothing can be too bul ky or heavy The Winkle is gas-operated and breaks down quite often...
Newest Issue of ALUMNUS Describes Student Attil jde [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
Newest Issue of ALUMNUS Describes Student Attil jde Summary By ELIOT IVANHOE The April , 1964 , issue of Alumnus magazine asks straightforwardl y , Are the Rah Rah Days Over ? and continues : With an increasingly difficult program of stud y at Franklin and Marshall , one may wonder what has happened to the party boy of the good old days Docs he still come out to party the night long or has he been forced to spend all his leisure time in the library In this issue , we have tried to tell of today s student , what he thinks , what he does , and who he is Seven upperclass students were asked their opinions on issues ranging from folk music to the fate of fratern ¬ ities The seven weie nflumme ilor-in-chief Roger The _« on »* major John Bcmdi , so . lcrl * Bob Lasky , English m i &lt;] er , French major Dick _iwdlir li tory major Tom Beau a - eminent major Mike &gt; AH About _&gt; When asked about 1 ) aca _ plied , Physical-thins _^ * booth stuffing have noi _^ r ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 8 May 1964
1-FCouncilMeeting Gives Rush Rules Effective This Fall By LARRY BANK The I-F Council s last meeting of the year and banquet was held at the Stockyard Inn on Sunday , May 3 . The main order of business was the passage of the new rush rules which will go into effect this fall The major change concerns the visitation period , which will start after the second week of classes and run until Thanksgiving vacation Visiting Hours Freshmen will be permitted to visit the various fraternity houses from 1 to 5 on Tuesdays and Fridays In addition each house will be permitted to have one smoker and one mixer . After the Thanksgiving Vacation ( Continued on Page 5 )
Extra-Curricular Life [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 September 1964
Extra-Curricular Life Revisions Suggested In Social Regulations In an interview with Robert Lasky , Chan man of the Dean s Ad Hoc Committee on Extra-cm-iicular Life , it was learned that that gioup will soon iccommend a levised set of College social legulations to the Administiation and the Boaid of Trustees . The new code would in essence consist of the piesent student code and a statement lemmding the students of the laws of the state It would eliminate the social regulations which are presently appended to the Student Code Lasky said that the Committee feels theie aie two _alternatives in _dealing with social legulations They can be in the form of a legal code , such as that which picscntly exists at F and M , or they can be certain basic guidelines for student conduct The committee feels that the legalistic code has had its chance at F and M and has failed to con ect misconduct It is hypocritical and completely unenforceable . The faults with the present regulations ate that the...
Spalding Called On For Senate Hearing [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 September 1964
Spalding Called On For Senate Hearing President Keith Spalding was set to appear before the Senate education subcommittee , a branch of the Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee now studying the Hartke Bill , a proposed extension of the National Defense Education Act , yesteiday . ( It was not known at the REPORTERS deadline whether the piesident would definitely appear Thursday , due to the death of General MacArthur . ) Senator Vance Hartke , Dem .-Indiana , intioduced the bill on February 3 Encompassing four areas of student financing of their college education , the proposal is aimed specifically at attempting to eliminate the necessity of students resoiting to loan companies and banks for needed funds Four Points Hartkes four-fold proposal would liberalize the NDEA for loans , federal scholarships and government insurance of private loans to students It would also provide a work-study program , similai to the one proposed by president Johnson in his poverty message The Sena...
flockefeller To Underwrite Negro Students Program Here [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 September 1964
flockefeller To Underwrite Negro Students Program Here I F and M has announced an experimental pre-college enrichment program for Negro students this summei m which students from five institutions will participate . I College President Keith Spalding announced that the program , which will bring 50 college bound students fo F and M for eight weeks , is to be under the direction of Dean of the Bollege G Wayne Ghck Professor Gerald Enscoe will coordinate the acaHeimc program Chaplain Robert Taylor will act as administrative assistant 1 David Rockefeller Contributing I The experiment is being made possible by a special personal contnbuEon of $ 40 , 000 by Mr David Rockefeller The program seeks to find a way to oveicome the loss of human client among culturally deprived students by strengthening the students Ibilities m verbal compiehension , Writing and mathematical concepts I It seems to me that programs of mis kind are an exciting development in a field of great national concern , Mr...
Development Plan leeks $ 20 Million m Next Ten Years [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 September 1964
Development Plan leeks $ 20 Million m Next Ten Years A development program is currents being designed for F and M which _yill seek more than $ 20 million ovei he next ten years . I Details of the program are not yet [ _var _iable but Director of Development femes O Avison said that faculty , adninistration and trustee committees lave been working on plans to meet he needs of the College in the next jcca . de These needs include increased _derating funds , and capital funds for Endowment and for improvement of Be physical resources 1 Initial announcement of the progam is expected in early summei . Bth a formal public announcement Iheduled for fall Salaries and Scholarships Accoiding to Mr Avison , the pro am will seek to provide for the conned improvement of faculty salas , for increasing scholaiship funds d for the improvement of the acannc program On the capital side the piogram 11 include a new science teachirij ; d research center , expansion of the r _kenthal Library , additiona...
¦ 500 Freshmen Arrive on Campu _; [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 September 1964
¦ 500 Freshmen Arrive on Campu _; Today the largest freshman class in the history of F and M _, 500 strong , begins its college career . It also seems to be one of the College s most promising classes . But the results aren t in yet and won t be known for months . Only campus events will tell the tale . The COLLEGE REPORTER takes its readers inside the developing news at F and M — informing , analyzing and clarifying . Readers of the twice-weekly paper always know the full campus news . Printed below are a number of excerpts from last spring s COLLEGE REPORTER . We hope that they will be the best possible salesman for the paper . All students receive the COLLEGE REPORTER as a part of their tuition fee , but these copies don t usually manage to find their way home . We suggest that interested parents subscribe today to receive all the college news as it happens — twice a week in the COLLEGE REPORTER . Subscription rates are $ 3 . 50 per semester , payable now at the COLLEGE REPORTER ...
Netmen Shine in 1963-64 Court Action [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 September 1964
Netmen Shine in 1963-64 Court Action Authors of a dazzling 13-0 slate in 1963 , Glenn Miller s varsity netmen have risen to greater heights over the last two campaigns than any Diplomat tennis squad since the undefeated 1940 club _^^__^^^^^_ True , successive setbacks at the hands of JHH 9 H _^ Bhm Swarthmore and Johns Hopkins have ended all BBB [ _qBBB B di earns of anothe r untarnished record ; however , H | Hj _£ _&amp;ffi | HRB with five established veterans back from last seaBwBJ&amp;VLJEIIBb son s edition and a highly promising sophomene _HP _^ _jJPfflf ,. _-. also in the fold , it is not unreasonable to expect | F _^ _H _^ ( II _^^^ this squad to battle for MAC honors this spring . _H _^^^ _B _uS _^^ Hi _^ n _^ ls sevent : ri season at the helm of F and _MN _^^^^¦^ fl _^^^ _l tennis fortunes , Miller can call upon a quintet _^^^^ _M . _^ _M _^ M _which carved out a combined 44-12 singles record Pete Keers in 1963 s net skirmishes The only netmen missing from l...