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f ine Arts Program ' Debuts with ' I' 'Magician ' ' o Include Death of a Cyclist , Avventura [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964

f ine Arts Program Debuts with I Magician o Include Death of a Cyclist , Avventura S By DICK SCHROT KEncompassmg a fine vancty o . motion picture entertainment , th ( _^ 64-65 Fine Art Films will include _ffich works as The Mouse That RoarSL The Magician , Death Of A Cyc8 Bt , and Oscar Wilde . ¦ _pesenbed by The New Yoik Time _^ eerie and _nch in deep philosopi _® 1 thought , The Magician , the ini- » 1 Fine Arts Film , will cast doubt ge one s most ordinary perceptions || is a film which is thoroughly excitla g , and could well be classed with » t group of really excellent horrci H Wild Strawberries _»\ ri octogenarian doctor lealucs that _tffi is honored , but not loved , and by M of skillful flashbacks , Wild Straw- [ Hpies is thus unfolded One of Ingffi& > Beigman s best motion pictures , _JHi _d Strawberries was awarded the _^ Uid Pn / e at the Berlin Film Fes ijHF . drnng Peter Sellers , The Mousi <¦ £ - Roared is well-known a : jij K _&a...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Mickey Hits "Academe On Forsaking of Church [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964

Mickey Hits Academe On Forsaking of Church ; By GORDON PRAGER [ Because the title of the first Studentaculty Forum might have seemed a it too deep for those students who ie normally attracted to such entcirising lectures as Sex as an Economic actor in . the Himalayas , Piofessor _Robert G Mickey s kickoff _lectuie , Tlie Groves of Academp Myths and dols , was attended by few campus he laments He blasted the penpheral vision of the oithodox libciahsm of _Academe for which the Church does not e \ _ist Piofessor Mickey stated that the God-figure had in Academe , as in his youth , leplaced God Woe betide the student today who dares to use the name of God except foi an oath The liberal orthodoxy of Academe , stressed Mickey , has given rise to the cult of the all-possible man who can be molded into any shape or form and taught to pet form tiicks of wisdom much as Pavlov s clogs salivated at the sounding of a bell Ncvei The Church In books and in the classroom , students aie asked and tol...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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"Thieves Carnival" Runs As Green Room Debuts [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964

Thieves Carnival Runs As Green Room Debuts The fust _pioduction of the Grecr Room this semestei will be Thieve : Carnival by Jean Anouilh , the mosl peiformed playwright in the western woild at the piesent time Thieves Carnnal was described as a _giand and \ uld comedy , but -with substance He has also been chosen Author of the Semester , a program sponsored by the English Department Other c \ ents this semester will centei around Anouilh s works Tryouts will be Wednesday and Thursday , September 23 and 24 at 7 p m There are openings foi men s roles and four women s roles plus e \ - tias No previous e \ peiience is required This play also calls for one ja // : lannetist who can . impiovise and _: reate themes Openings _aie available m all aspects of pioduction technical , iuildmg , business , painting , etc with _io previous _ccpeiience requned . The play will be presented November 11 22 Function Of _Gresn Room The Gieen Room , foimed to ad \ ance theater on the F and M campus picsc...

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Geology Majors Travel to Absaroka Mountain To Examine Volcanic Rock Structure In Area [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964

Geology Majors Travel to Absaroka Mountain To Examine Volcanic Rock Structure In Area Three F and M geology majois have leturned to campus after spending the summer doing research work in tile Absaroka Mountains near Cody , Wyoming Rogei Hanscom , a senior from Merrick , N Y , David Sipperly , a senioi fiom Tallman , N Y , and Peter Waldo _, a junioi from Wcnonah , N J , worked under the National Science Foundations Undcr-graduate Education Program with Dr John H Moss , chairman of the F and M geology depaitment They ha \ e been studying geological foimations m a two squaremilc aica called Mummy Cave Collected Data Sipperly collected data on the charnctenstics of the volcanic lock stiucture of the suriounding area Hanscom developed topogiaphica ] maps of the area to replace _pie-ts \ entieth century maps Waldo studied the deposit life behind by glaciers in oider to determine climatic change in the area This woik was a pan of Dr Moss investigation of the geologic histoiy o \ ei the p...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964

Students emeigcd fiom dmnci Thursday night to find two fne tiucki parked behind Haitman Hall in from of the entiance to the kitchen along with an ambulance and _several othei pieces of fire-fighting equipment The _icason _foi the excitement was a grease _fue on the kitchen grill Giease from one of the steaks was accidentally spilled on a hot grille plate and immediately flamed up An unsuccessful attempt to extinguish the bla 7 e was made with a carbon dioude _cxtinguishei Someone called the fire department , and in fi \ e minutes they ueie on hand with then equipment It was feared that the entnc dormitory might burn , so a gieater number of pieces were needed than might normally be used to put out a grease fire , howc \ cr , no students were evacuated fiom the building Damage to the kitchen was slight , and the sto \ e was cleaned , and in working order the next day . With A Flame In My Hartman

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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_^ — ¦ _^ ¦ _^ i _^^^ _w _^^^——— i _, _ _., - ' - — -i ECAC Performs Varied Services [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964

_^ — ¦ _^ ¦ _^ i _^^^ _w _^^^——— i _, _ _., - - — -i ECAC Performs Varied Services The framework of intercollegiate athletics is a complex one . Beginning with the ruling organs of amateur athletics , the National Collegiate Athletic Association _, and the Amateur Athletic Union , the vast network extending down to the conference and regional level is one that embraces every accredited college in the country . Franklm and Marshall , for example , is a member of the aforementioned NCAA , the Middle Atlantic Conference Southern Division , the Eastern Intercollegiate Athletic Association , and the Eastern College Athletic Conference . This article is intended to introduce students to some basic background on the ECAC and its regulations which are pertinent to athletes at F and M 139 Colleges Hold Membership Founded as a federation of intercollegiate leagues and associations in 1938 , the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Association , was transformed into an organization of colleges nine yea...

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Dips Look Promising In LVC Scrimmage [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964

Dips Look Promising In LVC Scrimmage By PETE KEERS Openly optimistic about the upcoming compaign , Coach Storck watched his charges play powerful Lebanon Valley to a standstill throughout the greater part of last Saturday s gridiron scrimmage with the Flvinsf Dutchmen on Williamson Field As a small flock of students braved fhe elements to get their first look at _tiie Big Blue in action this fall , Seiki Murono and Rich Johnson spearheaded an attack which rolled up 207 yards against a well-drilled group of visitors . Defense Shows Muscle Moreover , the Diplomat defenses looked sharp in holding the Dutchmen to a 16-12 margin before running out of gas during the final five minutes of play Tallying twice on 65-yard marches , the only unpleasant notes for F and M were the injuries suffered by Dave Pliner ( knee ) and Randy Collins ( cracked rib ) Johnson Gains 85 Yards With junior Murono at quarterback , Johnson at left halfback , and Dave Sipperly starting the contest at fullback , the...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Bowl Committee Tabs Sponaugle For Region Post [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 22 September 1964

Bowl Committee Tabs Sponaugle For Region Post Franklin and Marshall College Athletic Director S . Woodrow Sponaugle has been appointed to a Selection Committee by the NCAA in order to help select two teams to appear in the Tangerine Bowl this year at Orlando , Florida , on Saturday , December 12 . The College Division Committee of the NCAA has entered into a twoyeair agreement with the Tangerine Bowl whereby the opponents for the 1964 game will be selected on . the basis of outstanding records among college division 1 member institutions in the Atlantic Coast Region Rollins College ( Fla ) will serve as the host school F and M has itself received a Tanger ine Bowl bid m the past which it declined The 118 NCAA College Division members have been divided into geographical sections , and Mr . Sponaugle s particular assignment will be the Eastern Pennsylvania group which comprises Albright , Delaware Valley , Drexel , East Stroudsburg , Franklin and Marshall , Haverford , Kings , Kutztow...

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Honors Program Proposed At Student Council Meeting [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964

Honors Program Proposed At Student Council Meeting By RICHARD SIGNER An honors program was proposed for F and M students at Wednesday night s Student Council meeting Council also discussed the ruling that no girls would be allowed in the private rooms of the new dormitory Eisenberg s Idea The basic idea for an honor code was proposed by senior representative Paul Eisenberg He felt that , An honor system would improve the cahbei of the students on campus They would become mote matuie and responsible Eisenberg added further that he u anted to hear the sentiments of the Council concerning his proposal . He sought to make the planning of an honor system the mandate of the Student Council foi the year . Yaggy Seeks Study _Piesident Mike Yaggy would not let the Council discuss Eisenberg s proposal until he or someone puts the idea in the form of a motion and it can be studied by the Council Evaluating Committee Yaggy said that he didn t want Council to spend a lot of time talking about th...

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American Debut in Hensel Hall Commences Group ' s Concert Tour [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964

American Debut in Hensel Hall Commences Group s Concert Tour Russia s internationally-famous Borodin String Quartet will make its debut in Plensel Hall ne \ t Thursday . October 1 , at 8-30 pm The concert heie will begin a sixweek tour of the United States , including New York s Carnegie Hall the following evening Program Features The program will feature a wide vanety of music including Quaitet No 2 by Russia s Sergei Prokofiev , Ameiican Samuel Barber s Quartet , Opus 11 , Igor Stravinsky s wild and lively Three Pieces for String Quartet ( 1911 ) , and the traditionally-styled Beethoven s Quartet No 4 in C minor , Opus 18 Members of the Borodin Quaitet aie Rosticlav Doubinsky , first violinist and the only English-speaking person in the gioup , Yaroslav _Alexandrov , second violinist , Dimitri Shebahn , son of the Russian composei Vassann Shebahn , as the violist , and Valentin Berlinsky cellist Begun in 1945 The gioup was first formed as the Moscow Philharmonic Quartet in 19-13 u...

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' TOM MORRIS % i Kaps Plans Fail lefore Zoning Board R , r _THM A / f / ~ > Bl ? rc [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964

TOM MORRIS % i Kaps Plans Fail lefore Zoning Board R , r _THM A / f / ~ > Bl ? rc ! By ¦ F and M has acquired the home of Mis Marion V . Hartman \ _t-20 Race Avenue after a . storm of protesting citizens blocked Phi [ c t jpa Sigma s purchase . \ John Finlayson _, 64 , William Haines , 65 , and the law office oi \ Hensel Brown , Jr ., opened negotiations on the Hartman home ? . lv in 1964 . The fraternity then submitted an offet of $ 45 , 000 to ij _. s Hartman who first rejected the offci , and finally accepted it ist April . Quick Reaction Residents of the area weie quick to react against the fraternity s _soving Petitions were circulated and seventy-two signatures weie blained A letter to the editor of the New Era , signed simply by A Race Avenue Resident indicates the general feeling There is bbolutely no reflection on the boys individually , but when 38 boys ic living together there is bound to be plenty of so-called good _ines with the accompanying noise and stieets...

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Penna . High School Solons To Suggest Grant Candidate [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964

Penna . High School Solons To Suggest Grant Candidate Administrators at some 350 high bchools thioughout Pennsylvania will leccivc invitations to recommend candidates for F and < M College s Commowealth Scholarship Program during the next few days The program initiated last year , is designed to provide at least five scholarship grants of up to $ 1 , 500 annually To Provide Encouragement Biuce A _Westerdahl , Director of Admissions , said the scholarship plan was established to provide encouragement for the numerous students at the smalllci Pennsylvania secondary schools who , though highly capable ol doing college work , might never enter college ¦ Westerdahl noted that the program should be of particular interest to students at high schools in smaller communities It is generally said that most sue cessful college graduates come fiom large urban secondary schools , but we do not act on this principle at F and M , Mr . Westerdahl said A great many of our outstanding schol...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964

F and M AFROTC Kicks-off Fall Term With Corps Parley Cadet Major Raymond C Shivelhood , Squadron Commander of the 7-10 th Air Force Reserve Training Coips , introduced his staff and announced plans for the fall semester at a Corps assembly held last Monday Staff Appointed Serving on Shivelhood s staff are . Cadet Captain Hcr . ry Eagle III , Executive Officer , _C-mL t 1 st Lt . Donald E Steinbiennei , Operations Officer . Cadet 2 nd Lt Gary M Hull , Assistant Operations Officer , Cadet 1 st Lt Hayden A Sears , Administrative Officer , Cadet 1 st Lt Winston G Lawrence , Personal Officer , Cadet 1 st Lt Henry S Shields , Information Scivices Officer , Cadet 1 st Lt Jan P Rapalski , Special Projects Officer ; and Cadet Master Sergeant Stephen T Foibes , First Seigeant The Flight Commanders for the semester are Cadet 2 nd Lts William R Fnedlaender _xnd Warren P . Humphreys All Seniors All of the cadets on the staff are seniors who will receive their commis sions in the Air Force next J...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964

lich , Treasurer , fields SC Office ; _l ites Work Load Junior representative Paul Rich subntUcd his resignation as _treasuier of tudent Council after its meeting Vcdnesday night _HMMMMHiH iTrM of lI _Rg _SBHH _^ B statement is iff _-CflH _Panted on p 2 ) 3 p 59 * _J _hHI Citing academ- - f _^ wH _* c pressures as _-22 _fer _^ l _^ e rna 3 or rcason \ lP ** W _^ or _ks action , g | s _^ _HSw Rich will remain HHk J / _Vfeh ° n Council a s JHH _^ _H _^ H class representa - c _™^™ tive For the moPaul Rich mont ; at ] east > _, he _oivi t believe he can adequately - ¦ * in his executive position on _• omcil and satisfactorily meet the _< r . rements he feels are demanded f n academically as a government Future Office a Possibility 1 an interview with the REPORT- ¦ P ne related that his resignation ~ _office at this point does not nee - ! y preclude the possibility that c il run for office in the future c He moment , he noted , he just to get back on [ his ] own two...

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