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F&M Fraternities Face Large Construction Cost For New Fire Escapes [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

F&M Fraternities Face Large Construction Cost For New Fire Escapes By ROBERT SIVERLING Six F and M fraternities must spend more than $ 15 , 000 to comply with city and state ordcis to build fire escapes and intciioi fne walls . The six fraternities aie Chi Phi , Kappa Sigma , Phi Kappa Psi . Phi Kappa Sigma , Phi Kappa Tau , and Phi Sigma Kappa Front-Page Announcement The announcement that fire escapes would have to be built came in a front-page story in the Lancaster New Era Tune 23 Bcrnaid DcGodt , City Fire inspector , said then that the houses would have to build the lire escapes or be unable to open in September All six soon afterward contracted to have the fire escapes built Plans were submitted to the State Department of Labor and Industry s examining board The examining board then declared that five of the houses , with the exception of Phi Kappa Sigma , would be lequired to build in extensive interior work All si \ fraternities aie now open , since all have cont...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Yew Food Service Takes Over Dining Halls With Hopes , Problems , Insecure Managers [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

Yew Food Service Takes Over Dining Halls With Hopes , Problems , Insecure Managers We re more personal than the larn organization All they re really in-iit-ited in is the final profit Nowhere To Go and M has a new food service — I W Wood , Inc of Allentown — ti its managers have nowhere to go ! _ity fail here . _¦* f-cording to Ralph Mittl . the comi \ s resident manager on campus , onager with a large corpoiation _: • Slater Food , the campus s former _ier , can feel fairly confident that • e unit he is running is closed , he nc transferred to one of the comi • s hundreds of other installations ¦ ood s managers , Mittl says , give _ attention to food quality than to 1 _> mal profit since they know that s account on which they re work1 > s closed , the organization can t 1 absorb them elsewhere Only One Lost » s i ndividual attention to food tv is responsible , according to its ; entatives here , for the fact that empany has lost only one a < - in fi...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Fulbriqht Scholarship Deadline Soon [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

Fulbriqht Scholarship Deadline Soon Only a few weeks remain in which to apply for Fulbnght-Hays fellowships for the 1965-6 academic year Application forms and information for students currently eniolled at P and M may be obtained from the campus Fulbnght Adviser , Dr _Luthei J Binkley The deadline for filing applications through him is October 20 Application Requirements Students who wish to apply foi an award for study or _reseaich , or for teaching assistantships , must have : U S citizenship , at least a bacheloi _ s degree by the beginning date of the giant , language proficiency commensurate with the proposed project , and good health Selections will be made on the basis of academic record , the feasibility of the applicant s proposed study plan , and personal qualifications Preference s given to candidates who have not previously lived or studied abroad anc who aie undei the age of 35 Three types of grants are available under the Fulbright-Hays Acf U S Government Full Grants ,...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Plummer , Ulrich Assume Spots Ks Dorm Director , Ass 9 t Dean [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

Plummer , Ulrich Assume Spots Ks Dorm Director , Ass 9 t Dean i The College has created two new [ dministrative posts With the departure of James Doicmis , Assistant to the Dean of Students foi two years , a void was created Doienuis old post had included ieiponsibihty for running the dorms as [ ell as acting as a sort of liaison man jetween the College and fraternities Lnd other organizations His job also ncluded some work with orientation Bid discipline i Too Much i The College decided that those luties were simply too much for one nan to handle , so during the summer X created two new posts to replace he old one — Assistant Dean of Stulents and Director of Residence Halls : Tapped to be Assistant Dean was ormer member of the admissions staff r oster Ulnch He will assume the task > f acting as a liaison man between he College and the fraternities He will . lso work with student activities , mludmg hudget requests In addition ic will arrange orientation , freshman _urent...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

Ad Hoc Committee Again To Consider Social Regulations As the COLLEGE REPORTER went to press , approval of the appointment of members of the new Ad Hoc Committee on _Extracumculai Life Thursday by the president of the Student Council seemed certain . This > new committee differs from the old m that it is now a Student Council Ad Hoc Cnnmittee , rathei than the Dean s Ad Hoc Committee Committee Undecided The policy and agenda of the committee is presently undecided , and suggestions for improvements in the student code have not yet been proposed However John Plakans , chairman of the committee , stated , I dont know if w c really had a policy last year Last year the committee rewrote the code both in semantics and in feeling The ifust meeting of the new Ad Hoc Committee , last night , was a closed meeting so that members could get moie done

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

Green Room Tryouts Tryouts for the first Green Room production of the year will be held next Wednesday and Thursday at 7 : 00 in the Green Room . The play is Thieves Carnival by J ean Anouilh . The production will be under the direction of Professor Hugh Evans , Department of English .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
EDITORIALS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

EDITORIALS Orientation Marks a Beginning In the final edition of last years COLLEGE REPORTER we criticized F and M s orientation programs of the past because they created the impression in the minds of freshmen that college life today was like that of the 1930-40 period when the raccoon coat and _hazings were in vogue i We also expressed optimism about the plans for this year s program , not only because we felt that it eliminated much of the anachronistic hoop-la that was such a large part of these periods in the past , but also because the proposed schedule of events for this year s orientation placed emphasis where it should be — on academics and on extracurricular life . We are satisfied that the program as it was carried out was at least as pr oductive as it was proposed to be . For the first time in recent history F and M freshmen have been encouraged to concern themselves with the extracurricular Life here and not to bog themselves down strictly with the academic side of coll...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Mike Yaggy _--:: _^ _r- _^ _^ _ss _^ _rz- _^ rr _^ " _^ . h "r :: r < ' . ; _-,, _-, * _« , " _„; , : " If Goldwater Succeeds - ~ _f A Quiet 7 Days in May ? [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

Mike Yaggy _--:: _^ _r- _^ _^ _ss _^ _rz- _^ rr _^ _^ . h r :: r &amp;lt; . ; _-,, _-, * _« , _„; , : \ If Goldwater Succeeds - ~ _f A Quiet 7 Days in May ? One of the best-selling books of 1962 , Seven Days in May , depicted an attempted coup by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and several of the service chiefs The plot was discovered by a staff officer who alerted the _President , thus breaking the coup The threat of a military coup has usually been more of an academic question than one of a direct or credible threat The candidacy of Barry Goldwater presents an interesting and disturbing threat of a quiet coup accomplished by the military without its knowledge A Goldwater Administration would thrust the military into a _policy-mak- _^^ _mmmh ing role that it does not now occupy j _^^^ _HPHM This would come about for two rea- ¦ MM || &amp;amp; ::. I _^ S 5 Ons _BBBP _*? _% _jSH Rehash of Eisenhower Policy RJf - _^ _JjSl First , Goldwater , as a major gen- EfPt , _„...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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Is Vice Now Virtue ? Or Is It Vica Versa ? [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

Is Vice Now Virtue ? Or Is It Vica Versa ? By JEFF GREENFIELD ( CPS ) One of the genuine tragedies of our age is that there is no place to be wicked any more Even fifteen years ago an average young lad could send his pulse rate soaring by surreptitiously sneaking into a dozen sinholes which his terrified mother had forbidden him to enter Every neighborhood was a Casbah There was the saloon , all-lit , furtive , with the smell of beer and cigar butts , and hard , mean-faced men who leered when they asked for the salt There was the grimy candy store Mecca to the hordes of gawky adolescents who simpered obscenities as they nervous ¬ ly thumbed through lurid paperbacks with garish gobs of female flesh splashed over the covers The bowling alley was vaguely suspect , and the Pool Hall was the official , formal , ceitified mark of the Fallen Youth Now theyve taken it all away from us The cocktail lounge has replaced the saloon . Bowling alleys have become lanes , where Mom , Pop , Junior a...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

Alcoa Foundation Awards F and M Unrestricted Grant F and M has lecencd a » unusum ed grant of $ 850 fiom ilit _Vhoi Foundation Howard Ban / _ctt \ f ™ ager of Aluminum _Conipaii \ of _^ 1 £ r icas Lancastei Woils |&amp;gt; i &amp;lt; suited 3 j check in this amount to Pksk ! Spalding The college has received ( oiisistm . grants from the Mcoa _tonmlniio ,. during the last ten veais Major _Impoitami Mr _Banrett stated , 1 h . mckpeiid ent colleges ha \ e been at ma ) 01 portance in sliengthening _i . k oui educational program of om i »(» n Their great potential is n &amp;gt; ihm fnW of knowledge , and the \! .. &amp;gt; a round ation is pleased to assist u this ro deavoi The Alcoa Foundation - _&amp;gt; s ImiwK for the purpose of using n k t « am exclusively for religious &amp;lt; ha &amp;gt; ital » scientific , literary and ¦ luia » u ra purposes In no other wa _* • an ts come be used According ¦ tl ) c trU &amp;lt; tees of the Foundation . s an . ( il...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

Sunday Chapel F and M s first Sunday chapel series on campus in 36 years will begin this Sunday at 11 a . m . in the College Chapel in Old Main , with Chaplain Taylor the speaker . The service will be according to Protestant forms of worship .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

Worn Parker &amp;lt; ¦¦ . „ ,. ¦ ,- . _-r- ; , » - _^ ..,- -. \ . ; .- _&amp;lt; , „ . ; , _*/ : Inflation No Substitute For Stable Currency I Foi some time inflation has been advancing slowly , _, but now it is showing itself with new force , and many people are wondering how rapidly it is growing If it Is growing , is this good for the economy The signs of 6 new advancement of ciceping inflation arc here , fen unhealthy rise in the stock maiket , a sharp use in She price of commodities and a new high in the cost of living index for the siimrriei months It certainly _Appears that inflation is on the itioic again I Is inflation a good thing To many , &amp;lt; _$ p . r _^ _jr _* ;&amp;gt; _^ it appears to be a workable solution to [ - _¦^^ fl _^^ _k boost the economy . To be gi anted , it f _^ tf _^^^^^ k has some advantages—it is advanta- Bit- j | eous to debtors , including both pm ate _iJfcjggSilt _^ ggyL individuals and deficit spending gov- v&amp;amp;A _^ V \...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

( Continued from Page 1 ) nor work will vary from $ 1 , 000 to •¦ 000 Kappa Sigma s estimates thus -i include only a steel fire escape om the third floor to the ground i , 000 is the projected cost of the fire cape Interior alterations to comply uh the State Department of Indus- &amp;gt; and Labors recommendations will id considerably more to the final &amp;gt; st Chi Phi has not yet had estimates _ade of the needed interior woik , but jsts for the necessary fire escapes aie U at $ 2 , 600 Here , too , interior work ill add substantially to the projected pies p hi Kappa Psi lias had projections » $ 4 , 000 Jbr the building o [ fire walls fd escapes , but plans have not yet been appioved finally , and the cost seems likely to go up still further Phi Kappa Sigma estimates that its work will run into the neighborhood of $ 1 , 300 or $ 1 , 500 No _intenoi changes are necessaiy because of the lay-out of the sleeping quaiteis and staircases Three thousand dollais is the piobable f...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

ment . Workers were subjected to beatings and jailings as were Negroes who registered , while for the most part the local law enforcement agencies looked the other way Despite financial pioblems , the group of workers was able to establish freedom schools and adult-edu-cation centers and to transport citizens to register and to vote Political leaders were trained in rural areas and poll watchers were selected and instructed to guaid against irregularities m the polling places The Negro-supported slate was headed by L T Redfeain , candidate for Sheriff Readfearn _, described by Professor Haynie as one of the few white liberals in the county , tan against the incumbent Sheriff Pattat In addition , a Negro minister ran for county tax assessor He was the lone Negro on the ballot The election received nationwide attention in the news media , in connection wida the much-discussed white backlash effect In addition , Congi essman Bass of Tennessee , a Southern lepresentative who voted foi t...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

j ( Continued from Pae ; e 1 ) adically with delivery of the new lining hall , now set for after Chnstnas vacation Mittl hopes that the tudents will understand the handiaps under which the new food seij ice is currently being forced to woik yith the opening of the new dining tall , Mittl said that he hoped Wood | ould then be able to do the job we jnow should be done I What It Can f Until then the organization will do pat it can within its facilities — a fcoice of entree will be offered at dinner at least once a week and whenc \ ci poik oi fish is served In addition a count is taken of the populaiUy of _vanous foods and those which flop on the raring sheets will ne \ ei be seen again For instance , the campus will ne \ ci ha \ e another banana and peanut buttei salad undei the Wood sci \ ice Wood has also taken o \ ci the management of the Campus House Accoiding to Mittl the decision was made by Wood and the College admimstiation to letain last veafs houis in the snack bai flew Food...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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