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

Biologist Presents Fish Income Report A paper on research which indicates that night fishing could be a valuable new source of income for the freshwater fishing industry was presented Monday at the opening of the annual Ameiican Fisheries Society meeting in Atlantic City by an F and M biologist The formation and dispersal of fish schools has been of considerable interest to the fishing industry since peak fishing periods can be expected when _hig-h levels of school forma / tion exist . Less Light Dr Kenneth R John , associate professor of biology at Franklin and Marshall , in a paper entitled The Schooling of Fishes Undei Low Levels of Illumination , said his research during the last three years has shown that fresh-water fish of various species will remain in schools when illuminated levels are much lower than had formerly been suspected Dr John said laboratory tests ha \ e indicated that fresh-water fish are able to perceive all but very small amounts of illumination , and thus ap...

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

pUB To Sponsor Hops , Buses . Mixers , Balladeer The Student Union Board begins ts activities for this year tonight with he first of ovei 20 scheduled _iccord lops The schedule , announced today by ack Shilling , SUB piesident , in- : ludes _* both a soccer and football veekend , an Oscar Brand conceit , ind a trip to Wilson College The first all-College weekend will _icgin October 3 Since the first three ootball games are away , the festi \ mes yill center around a soccei game with _vluhlenbeig ! Oscar Brand Gnls from 25 schools have been mlted They will be entertained at a fanner by Mike Pedecm and his orhestra , a popular Philadelphia group Noted folksinger Oscar Brand will perform in the evening , possibly out-of-doors The day will be climaxed by a dance m the gymnasium The annual Wilson mixei will take place Sep f ember 26 Buses will be available to tak e students to the Chambersbuig school Wilson will return the visit during the soccer weekend Plans foi the hops include the po...

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

Fulbright Deadline Continued From Page 1 For Travel-Only Giants , the United States provides a supplementary travel stipend for a maintenance and tuition scholarship awarded by a university , private donor or foreign government These awards are for ten countries . Afghanistan , Austria , Denmaik , France , Germany , Iceland , Israel , Italy , Netherlands and Sweden Latin America Program Under a special program , additional grants fo _; 1965-66 will be available foi study in Latin America It is expected that as many as 80 grants will be offered to graduating seniors and lecent graduates for study in countries wheie the number of U S students has tiaditionally been small , such as Bolivia , Brazil , Costa Rica , Dominican Republic , Ecuador , El Salvador , Guatemala , Honduras , Nicaragua . Uruguay and _Venezuela Recommended fields of study are social sciences , political science , history law and humanities .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Faculty Members To Seek Rare , Rewa ding Experiences from Vatican City to Baghdad [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

Faculty Members To Seek Rare , Rewa ding Experiences from Vatican City to Baghdad Seven F and M _piofessors will be away from then regular teaching duties during the coming year , studying and writing in places ranging from the Lancaster area to the Vatican archives to Baghdad Dr Norman P Zacour , Chairman of the History Department , hopes to work toward a long range goal of writing a ( history of the College of Caidmals in the Middle Ages through his research abroad this year College of Cardinals Dr Zacour said his immediate aims ( involve a study of the College of Cardinals m the fourteenth century , and the Colleges role in the determination of papal policy during that period With ihis sabbatical leave salary supp lemented by a grant fiom the American Council of Learned Societies foi research , Dr Zacour plans to conduct intensive research , working at Oxford University , the British Museum , and the Vatican archives . Dr Zacours study will include an examination of the administr...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Topics Lecture Series To Incorporate Wirtz , Tolstoy , Strausz-Hupe [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

Topics Lecture Series To Incorporate Wirtz , Tolstoy , Strausz-Hupe The Honorable W . Willard Wirtz . United States Secretary of Labor , and eight other internationally - known speakers will appear at F and M during the 1964-65 Topics lecture series Secretary Wirtz will lecture during February at a date still to be set Other speakers , in order of appearance , will include : Strausz-Hupe October 8 Robert Strausz-Hupe , internationally-known authority on political geography , Western Europe , and international relations Dr Hupe is director of the Foreign Policy Research Institute ait the University of Pennsylvania . He has served as an advisor to presidential and Senate committees , NATO and federal agencies He is a former associate editor of Current History , and has contributed to a score of national magazines Dr Hupe is author of eleven books , including Building the Atlantic World . His lecture topic will be Coalition Diplomacy Countess Tolstoy November 5- Alexandra Tolstoy young...

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

Connecticut General Life Insurance Company has given F and M $ 320 00 in unrestricted financial aid under its direct and matching grant program of aid to higher education More than 142 private colleges and universities located throughout the country will benefit from the program by sharing a total of $ 58 , 700 Connecticut General annually matches the gifts made to private colleges by any salaried employees and career agents This year the company matched 422 gifts totaling $ 20 , 930 In addition to the matching grant plan , the company pioneered in designing a unique direct grant program which recognizes that colleges spend an estimated ? 4 , 000 pe . t _. ilcntnc _^ that which is received •„ tuition am fees for a four _yeai iocl Co ° ecticut General s dncd - -ml secM provide the income a ¦ llegc » 011 earn if it invested $ 4 0 it f ° _ P _^ cent That income r ) l ) ls amount of an mdrudi _utant ltd the company Made to colleges a 11 U 1 _* whose graduates ha \ i n employees of Conne...

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

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Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
509 Freshmen Enroll s Largest Class Ever [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

509 Freshmen Enroll \ s Largest Class Ever Both the freshman class and total _ffi-ollment has reached an all-time _Scoid sm : ¦[ Completed enrollment figures show fiat over 1500 students , including 509 reshmen were expected to be on hand Sen classes began fcTotal enrollment is expected to top ge former enrollment record , 1414 ftidents , in 1948-49 , when a considcrple number of veterans were in ataidance , by nearly a hundred stuints I Enrollment Figures iln 1948-49 , 389 freshmen were en&IIed F and _Ms largest _fieshman | ss , 429 students , enrolled last year { President Keith Spalding said an icreased number of students weie adutted this year m line with the Colige _s projected plans to increase cn- | llmcnt to 1600 students by 1970 I Class Ranks Noted I Me described the intellectual calire of the new freshman class as outanding He noted that eighty-five erccnt of the incoming freshman mk in the upper two-fifth of their raduating classes , an increase of ten bicent ...

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

National Student Press Association Censures Oakland ( Mich ) University I MINNEAPOLIS ( CPS)—The fust oficial censure of a university adrmnjtratoi by a group of American colBge editors was carried out here Aug ft by the United States Student Press _Association I Target of the censure action was ) B Varner , chancellor of Oakland university , Rochester , Mich The col5 ge newspaper federation had been sked to investigate Varner s actions 1 st spring after he confiscated an issue f the Oakland Observer , campus stufent newspaper , and suspended its cdibr , Wolf Metzger £ Delegates to USSPA s third annua [ ational Congress of the Student _Pies& , eld here Aug 11-15 at the University f Minnesota , heard testimony from Jiihp Sutm ., a Michigan Daily editoi rho investigated the Oakland Case as However , _Metygei did write a news story detailing Vamcr s threat , and explaining whv lcsults of the survey could not be run This story , Reprinted in the Sutm report to USSPA , was fou...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Final Orientation Evening Teams Up Dean DePny , "Death of a Salesman " [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964

Final Orientation Evening Teams Up Dean DePny , Death of a Salesman By GORDON PRAGER The casual obseiver might have thought that Bob Hope had been contracted to make the closing orientation speech to the freshmen , but at the podium in Henscl Hall Tuesday night stood Dean . Hadley S DePuy in _raie and eloquent form Dustbow ] Welcome to southeastern Pennsyl- \ ania s dustbowl Those of you who live in MarshallBuchanan have had an opportunity to use oui vending machines there This is our own _vanety of Franklin and Marshall roulette Probably if you put a coin in the only thing youll get back is a sign that says You lose , Lancaster is the garden spot of America Indeed it is a beautiful county For many students heie it s a little like the old joke If you re in a contest and you look for pii 7 es , the first pn / c would be one ¦ week m Lancastei , Pennsylvania , and the second pn ? e would be two weeks and thud prize three weeks . Way back in 1960 or 1961 there was a _legulation on the ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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