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PETE KEERS _% : , _,, „ • Sports ••• Scope [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964
PETE KEERS _% : , _,, „ • Sports ••• Scope Gray clouds hung silently overhead and released occasional raindrops with an irritating aimlessness From a perch in the Williamson Field stands it was not difficult to observe that although the squad on the field below was executing its playing patterns with a good deal of precision , a striking lack of depth was making an intrasquad scrimmage impossible _, It was September 1962 and 21 aspiring frosh gridders were enjoying their first taste of collegiate competition . __^_^_^_______ The squad was ¦ I _^^^^^^ H _^ I a strong one and H | H || II | j _^^ H would no doubt _^ _B _^ H ttS _^^^^ Bi nave compiled an B _| B _^ _M _^ _J | BB untarnished r e - ¦ PPP | ijcSH ||||| cord if it had not _^^^^^ _ihXi _^ _K _^^ injuries to several _^^ BB _^ S _^^ H key performers _HHHwaHHHI Certainly , on the Pete Keers surface , this situo * rr . ation was not a Sports Editor , , , remarkable one However , from a class which boasted 45 other boys who had le...
Intramural Sports Survey Indicates Thriving Concern [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964
Intramural Sports Survey Indicates Thriving Concern Mike Lewis , Director of Intramural Athletics , disclosed yesterday that 717 students participated in at least one phase of Franklin and Marshall s intramural program during the 1963-64 academic year All told , competition was conducted ( 18 ) , wrestling ( 14 ) , cross-country in 14 different sports with 325 boys ( 12 ) , hockey ( 11 ) , basketball ( 10 ) , playing intramural basketball and 300 golf ( 10 ) , and tennis ( 9 ) Derformine vollevball _ _pcnonuiLig ill _vuueyuctu Eight Sport Sextet In a program ranging from wrestling to badminton six boys saw action in eight different areas A total of ten competed in seven sports while twenty others participated in six Along with basketball and volleyball , softball ( 196 ) , track ( 120 ) , wrestling ( 115 ) , bowling ( 100 ) and swimming ( 100 ) passed the centuiy mark . Although touch football was not offered due to inadequate facilities , squash ( 51 ) , badminton ( 36 ) , crosscou...
87 Scholastic Gridders Enter Class of 1968 [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964
87 Scholastic Gridders Enter Class of 1968 Class of 1968 members took part in twelve different varsity sports during their high school days , and they will soon get a chance to exhibit their athletic prowess . Equipment was issued to approximately 75 frosh gridiron aspirants on September 14 , and calls are also going out this week to soccer and crosscountry candidates , with George Engemann , freshman soccer coach , and Roy Phillips , cioss-country mentor , eagerly waiting to whip their boys into shape In all , some 87 members of the Class of 68 played mterscholastic football with eight of them captaining their squads Another 41 students participated in soccer , while 14 were on their crosscountry team 56 Cagers In Class Also high on the list of sports weie basketball , baseball , wrestling , and track , with 56 students , second only to tfootball , seeing action in basketball Fifty-four students were wrestlers , while 50 played baseball and 41 were members of their high school trac...
Dip Golfer Shin us In Delaware _Tett [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964
Dip Golfer Shin us In Delaware _Tett Undefeated in fvo years of varsity action , Diplomat golf cap , m _Kinc Knox is now appearing in the 64 th annual National Amatcui Go ! _Tourna ment which opened in Cleveland on Monday and will be concluded c , ionm , __ T _&gt; 1 _ _1 __ 1 . _ . . T ihe _snapshooting Lanca i native qualified for the competition m garn enng runnerup honors in tin district championships with a f )(( - ~ S—14 ] card for 36 holes Only Wildwood Countn Clubi Don Norbury could bettci Kno \ 111 the qualifying round which _&gt; ame to a close on September 1 _Ni , iburj a former intercollegiate champ linm the University of Pennsylvania , shot a 68 in the afternoon _follouing j 70 m the morning round Knox Ties Club _Retoid In the sectional tourney , it _nilm ington ( Del ) Country Club , kno \ equaled a record in his niuinint round when he registered a tuo-undcr par 68 on the clubs north 1 ouisc Knox had five budies dining tin round including three in . 1 i...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964
Optimism Marks View On Varsity Booters Like Woody Sponaugle , Bill Ianicelli , Mike Lswis , and Roy Phillips , Noel Hoover has returned to the coaching ranks at F and M after having compiled a fine athletic record here as an undergraduate . A stalwart on Diplomat soccer squads from 1947-49 , Hoover had been directing Big Blue frosh booters . before being tabbed to replace the retired Bob Smith last December During his four year reign as yearling mentor , Hoovers charges compiled a sparkling 11-4-2 ( . 733 ) overall record . Highlighting this tour iof duty were undefeated squads in 1960 and 1962 . Bruce Goodrich , Paul Adogli , George Kalule , and Jim Bunting are among the standouts Hoover has delivered to the varsity . The day before practice opened Hoover expressed optimism that the Dip booters would be able to continue their winning ways . We don t know who is back / remarked Hoover , but with the general enthusiasm which is developing we hope to have a winning season . Was Hoover...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964
1964 CROSS-COUNTRY SCHEDULE October 3 Haverford , PMC Away 7 Gettysburg Away 10 Swarthmore Away 17 Dickinson Away 21 Juniata Away 24 Johns Hopkins Home 28 Moravian , Delaware Valley Home November 7 Elizabethtown Home 10 Albright Home 14 Muhlenberg Away 20 MAC Championship Temple 1964 SOCCER SCHEDULE October 3 Muhlenberg Home 7 Western Maryland Away 10 Haverford Away 16 Dickinson Away 24 Johns Hopkins Home 31 Swarthmore Away Novemter 4 Lafayette Home 7 Delaware Home 11 Gettysburg Away 21 Ursinus Home
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 18 September 1964
Looking Back Six months a &lt; jo Fi . mklin jnd Marshall hosted the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Assoc lation Championships from which _Lehisjh emerged victoriously with I 1 edging out Syiacuse foi iiinnciup laurels . Highlighting the action n . is the selection of Pitt s Mike lolinson . 130-pound titlist , as the i &lt; mnic \» outstanding performei _, . nid _&lt; ie successful defense of tin trow us they had captured in l ° ( i b _&gt; a pair of juniors , Navy s Jo &gt; Fran _ren ( 177-pound class ) . 11 _¦ Syracuse s vaunted _heavyvi _- _^ J i 1 N . ince The Orange claimed . i » er titlist in addition to Nj • pound Dick Slutsky who nt on to cop the runnerup sp lilc NCAA tourney at Co &lt;» ° weeks later .
Latest Ad Hoc Committee Appointed at SC Meeting [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964
Latest Ad Hoc Committee Appointed at SC Meeting By RICHARD SIGNER In its first meeting of the year the Student Council decided to defray one-third of costs on a scries of Ivy League network programs about the coming national election to be broadcasted on WWFM , the college radio station ( see 1 elated story ) . Paul Eisenberg , a representative of WWFM and also a Council member explained that the budget of the radio station was very tight and it could not absorb the cost of the program with ¬ out the help of Council Paper Also To Pay Dave Harrison and Dick Kneedler . Editois-m-chief of the College REPORTER announced that the papei would subsidize up to one-third of the costs of the piogram . Harrison expressed the feeling of the newspaper when he said , The College is a community of scholais who do or who soon will vote The REPORTER feels that as an unportant means of campus communication it should endeavor to educate the college community as best it can politically , in order that ...
Peter , Paul and Mary , andKai Winding Band To Appear for Homecoming Weekend Show fore the soccei October 3 Tht [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964
Peter , Paul and Mary , andKai Winding Band To Appear for Homecoming Weekend Show fore the soccei October 3 Tht game Board membeis expressed the hope that this SUB day lally will be more of a success than those of the past An outdooi conceit will be held or Williamson Field featuring Oscai Brandt , theie will be no admission fee Shilling stated , Well do oui best c make it a success . In previous years , some of the SUB soccer-football day rallies have been labeled mcdiocie successes due to insufficient attendance and participation by those gills schools invited to attend while the weekend record hops have been hampeied often by pool support from girls in this locality Working committees of the SUB were also set up to help run the oiganization s activities The committees with their chairman are : Publicity—Greg Clarke , Tickets—Ed Leibowitz , Corresponding—Zanc Nichols , Hop—Charles Williams , Refreshment-co-chairmen Seth Levin and George _Parnowski , and Ed Staudts odds and ends co...
IFC Meeting [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964
IFC Meeting Ulrich Warns Fraternities About Probable Review Assistant Dean Foster _Ulrach delivered a stern _warning to all _fiaternities at the first Interfraternity Council meeting last Thursday night . Mr . Ulrich stressed the strong possibility that in the very near futme a committee will be established to ie \ iew the fraternity system at F and M . At the time he could not specify who the members of the committee would be , but it is expected to be comprised of both faculty and students The request to review the fraternity system was apparently made by the faculty and has been under consideration since 1961 The reasons for such a review arc not yet known The IFC also voted unanimously tc pui chase and donate banners oi r and M s football opponents to encircle Williamson Field _Ulnch leported that $ 100 would be the maximum cost for such banneis The IFC feels that by donating the banners , it will help the spirit of the school and give the fraternities a moie active interest in ...
Sextet of Scholars Signed To Lecture For Religion Series [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964
Sextet of Scholars Signed To Lecture For Religion Series \ Six distinguished scholais in the field of religion will appear here during the eighth annual Lectures in Religion Series Lectures In Great Debate Prof Robert G Mickey , acting chairman of the department of religion and director of the lecture series , said each of the lecturers participating is deeply involved in work which represents a searching and stimulating gieat debate on religion in the twentieth century . The lectures will be presented on Tuesdays from October through March in the Green Room Each participant will piesent two different lectures , one at 11 am and a concluding talk at 4 15 pm . They will also participate in informal discussions with students Nathan A . Scott Dr Nathan A Scott , Jr , professor of theology at the Divinity School of the University of Chicago will present the initial lecture October 13 Dr Scott has written nine books and numerous articles exploring the frontiers of faith and belief in mod...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964
WWFM To Air Political Shows Direct broadcasting from Dartmouth College of a special pre-elec-tion series over WWFM began Monday evening . The two-hour program was an introduction to behind-the-scenes political activities . According to WWFM s station manager , Felix Kaufman , extensive interviews with Ivy College professors will highlight the remaining presentations . These specials are jointly sponsored by the COLLEGE REPORTER , Student Council and the station . The cost of $ 90 will be defrayed by these organizations . Starting next Monday the programs will run weekly , through November 2 , from nine to ten p . m . There is the possibility that the candidates themselves may be interviewed later in the series . However , no definite plans have been made . Headquarters of the Ivy Network , over which the presentations are aired , are located on the campus of Yale University , New Haven , Connecticut .
Russian Quartet To Launth Concert Series on Campus [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964
Russian Quartet To Launth Concert Series on Campus The first American performance of the Borodin Quartet , recognised as the foremost string quartet in Russia today . will mark the opening of the 1964-65 Friday Concert series here . The Borodin Quartet , in existence for 20 years , and formerly the Moscow Philharmonic Quartet , will perform October 1 . Named In 1955 The quartet received its present name in 1955 , as an honor bestowed by the Russian government . Alexander Borodin is considered the father of Russian quaxtet music . The quartet members are themselves musical descendants of the gifted Ime of Russian string players which includes such names as Heifetz , Elman , Oistrakh , and Rostropovich . Never In America Although they have never appeared in America before , the quartet has piesented more than 1 , 500 concerts in Russia and Eastern and Western Europe to extravagant praise of critics Other Concerts Other concerts scheduled are : November 19 : The English Consort of Viol...
New Appel Infirmary Group Therapy Center To Provide Better Counseling , Guidance Fach ties [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964
New Appel Infirmary Group Therapy Center To Provide Better Counseling , Guidance Fach ties As students began classes at F and M this week , finishing touches will be put on a newly completed group therapy center , designed to aid the college health services office in providing increasingly effective mental health services . The group therapy center was constructed this summer through renovation of an unfinished section of the Appel Infirmary basement where the counseling offices are located . Dr James Z . Appel , director of college health services , said group therapy sessions , which will lie instituted on a daily basis this fall , should provide optimum conditions for helping many students , while cosiderably reducing staff counseling burdens . Conference Rooms The new center will include a comfortably furnished I 8 J / 2 by 21 foot conference room where actual sessions will be held , and a 10 by 14 foot adjoining office for use by counselors Work in preparation of the center inc...
66 Students on Honors List . 18 with All As [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964
66 Students on Honors List . 18 with All As A total of 66 students made the second semester Honors List last year with the averages of 3 . 75 or better , 18 of them with _straight A _ s . The names just released include 20 seniors , 21 juniors , 13 sophomores , and 12 freshmen . Seniors on the list were , in alphabetical order with capitals denoting straight A s : William Ackerman , Martin Albert , Thomas Anderson , Ralph Auchenbach , Robert Benko , DONALD COGHRANE , unanes _jccneimeier , J-jEiW . E . lj-. yin EHRHART , Howard Evans , Robert Fortescue , Allan Horland , and Paul Knappenberger Robert Lasky , LARRY LIPSHUTZ . Everett Reiohard , JOEL SCHNEIDER , John Shelton , Richard Wolfe , and ROBERT YEAGY The 21 juniors were : MICHAEL BALIS , Thomas Brody , David Chernll , Michael Davidson , LARRY EWING , DAVID FEATHERMAN , Kenneth Gainer , GEORGE HARAD , and John Harman . Warren Humphreys , Richajrd Miller , Bruce Rooney , NEIL SBAR , Dale Schnetzer , Henry Shields , Edward Stambau...
IFC Rush Rules [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964
IFC Rush Rules The following is a condensed version , _raf the 1964-65 fraternity rushing regulations Visitation Period A The visitation period is defined as that period which falls between the second week of classes and the first day that school tcsumes following Thanksgiving recess B . From the second week until Thanksgiving vacation each fraternity will -be open to visitation from the hours of 1-5 p m on Tuesday and Friday . C Between the second week of classes and Thanksgiving each _fraternity will be allowed one mixer and one smoker D . Other than the smokers , mixers , and the designated afteinoons no contact will he allowed between freshmen and fratenity men No contact will be the same as that defined for orientation E . Refreshments will be served only at mixers , smokers and Saturday afternoon concerts . F . The IFC reserves the right to grant to any fraternity the right to sponsor an open house for fieshmen on any Saturday afternoon that follows a home football game . Rush...
F & M Goes Coed With H . S . Seniors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964
F &amp; M Goes Coed With H . S . Seniors Nineteen seniors from J . P MeCaskey High School are presently enrolled m the College as daytime students as part of a project called the Lancastei English Enrichment Program . Sponsored by the College and the Lancaster school system , the program enables qualified 1 high school students to take a college English course in a college environment . Enrolled In English 10 The students are enrolled in the freshman English course , English 10 . They report Monday , Wednesday and Friday for classes meeting at 8 or 9 o clock . No more than five students are in the same class The program is being administered by Robert Broome , chairman of the English department at McCaskey , and by Dr . Roger B Rolhn , acting chairman of the English department of the College Tuition fee is being paid by the Lancaster school system . To enter the program , the high school students were required to receive parental consent Candidates were given a test , part o...
Speakers Signed For Religion Series [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964
Speakers Signed For Religion Series ( Continued from I _ ai » e 1 ) 17 . His lecture will he- in two pan under the heading In Quest 0 Christ s Piesence The Paths 0 Saint , Sinner and _Piltfum The speaker of _Dee-ii &gt; l &gt; ei S D &lt; James Bair is among : those who J refashioning the tools ol Biblical schilarship by a radical questioning of _»(• terday s scholarly cei Unities He . currently the William limn Gie Professor of Old Testament Lnci » at Princeton Univeisity Harvey Co \ Toward a _Theologs I Ri \ olutior will be discussed by D &gt; llar \ c \ O February 2 Dr Cox has been i \ plonng cunent religions movement at Andover Theologn . i l School Dr . Donald R Cani | . i . n _» pnmin fields of competence an soeiolog } anc theology . As an associate _, cdiwr 1 America , he coveted iln second t sion of the Eucumenie . il Council H &lt; will speak on E &lt; imiinism anc Structuring a _Chustnn _Uitlwp logy February 23 The final spea...