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

ickets Available for Wilson Trip Tickets are still available for the bus trip to the Wilson mixer - _> rrow . Those interested should report to the buses with the r dollar fee . The dollar includes-a round-trip ticket to Chambersburg , a -t dinner at Wilson , and admission to the dance .

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 — 25 September 1964

Do You Qualify ? The COLLEGE REPORTER still has a _Jimhed number of staff positions available in all departments for qualified and interested students . Those who worked on school newspapers and yearbooks , or feel that they could do this work are invited to apply . REPORTER offices are located in basement of Hartman Hall and will be open this afternoon .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
_EDITOMIALS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964

_EDITOMIALS Joshua s , Lesson to Fraternities - It took only six days of marching and trumpet blowing for Joshua to bring down the walls of Jericho . The Lancaster City Building Inspector isnt quite that efficient in his campaign against F and M s antiquated fraternity houses , but even on an eight-hour day , it wont take him much longer to loosen a little mortar . Last spring the REPORTER took note of offers that the college had made to consider building new houses for the fraternities We suppqrted the administration s tentative proposals to construct houses which would be basically designed by the fraternities but owned by the College . The summer s events make it clear that the time is drawing near when the fraternities will be faced with increasingly little choice in the matter . The City s order to six fraternities over the summer to construct additional fire escapes and , in some cases , interior fire walls to meet the State s minimum fire regulations makes it clear that the p...

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 — 25 September 1964

One of the key planks of the Republican platform and one of the the recurrent themes of Sen Goldwater s campaign has been the issue of violence in tile streets This issue has a two-fold purpose First , it is to create in the public mind a connection between the Negro civilrights demonstrations and the growing ciime rate in our big cities Secondly , it is to create the impression that Sen Goldwater , if elected , could do something about violence in the streets , the rising crime rate , and the excesses of civil-rights demonstrations The first purpose _^^^^^^^^^^^_ raises some questions about Sen _^^ _HHHHHh Goldwater s ethics as a Presiden- ^^^ HpJK > _*^ H tial contender and the second W | P _*^| _J | raises some questions about Sen K _^ jEt * _aJi _^ S _^ B Goldwater s qualifications as an ¦ SHI- ¦> S _ _# _^ _HH authonty on the Constitution ¦ HI- ? _*< Sm | M _^ y attempting to associate the • nfejtr r ? IKMM violence m the street with the Ne Mike...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Rich ' s Letter Of Resignation [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964

Rich s Letter Of Resignation September 22 , 1964 Dear Mr . President , As a government major here at Franklin and Marshall , my academic load is quite heavy at this time Presently , ttfe time needed as an executive officer will not be able to be compiomised with the time needed foi a successful education here at F and M It is with [ sic ] this premise that I place before the Student Council my resignation as treasurer On the other hand , I will not resign from being a junior representative on the Council It is my opinion that Council has not been growing along with the growth of the college There exist today many new facets of life on the campus which should be of prime consideration when it comes to action on the part of the campus leaders I do not relate this only to the Student Council but to many organizations on the campus Concerned with the present body of elected representatives , too many things which are / discussed and debated can be considered trivia When an officer resig...

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 — 25 September 1964

Sandier Replies To Paper s Inaccuracies To the Editor : Several inaccuracies appeared in the COLLEGE REPORTERS coverage of the last IFC meeting which necessitate correction . The reference to Dean Ulrich s stern warning to all fraternities is at best inaccurate . The warning of probable review was not a warning , but merely a reminder of the upcoming fraternity evaluation . An _ev&luation that was requested , not by the facultv in 1961 , but first by the Interfraternlty Council in the Spring of 1964 , and subsequently by the faculty . It should be emphasized that this review is not a probability but a certainty . Nether is it something the fraternity system views with fear and trepidation . For if this were the casp the fraternity system would not have chosen to open itself to an evaluation of this nature , but would have procrastinated , wishing to avoid , rather than face the issue . I have every confidence that as a result of this evaluation the fraternity system will...

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 — 25 September 1964

GE Foundation Grants $ 2500 To Physics Dep i . The General Electric Ioiindatio : announced September 1 ) tin auan of a $ 2500 Physics grant to !¦ and M The grant is the fourth in as man years by the Foundation to tin V am M Physics Department to hcl ; strengthen the teaching of physics a the institution . 3 Total $ 650 , 000 Joseph M Bertotti , _seueUry ol tli General Electric Foundation said tha the grant was one of 150 _totalim $ 650 , 000 distributed today to mor than 100 colleges and uniwi situs a rross the country . These grants compnsc tin bigges single clement of the 1 oimd . ition eleven 1964 aid-to-educ . iti < in pi grams Nearly one and oiiL-half mil lion dollars in support of huhu am secondary education , ediu . _iicjnal . is sociations and _organwatw _^ wi awarded by the Genci I _tlectrn Foundation this year

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
' Ota ircwK&r j < ,, - " ,, l " , _" , v ' ,, " / : " , y ' < " ' , '" , ' _! i '"„ ' _"f "' ' - "" ' "i ~ _. ~ . * Study Reveals Sagacity Of Barry ' s NATO Policy [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964

Ota ircwK&amp;amp;r j &amp;lt; ,, - ,, l , _ , v ,, / : , y &amp;lt; , , _! i „ _f - i ~ _. ~ . * Study Reveals Sagacity Of Barry s NATO Policy One of the most important campaign issues has been _. uiclear policy and Senator Goldwater has been cntici / ed , ; n his stand on this issue Let us take a rational look at Ins policy and see if it is as foolish as some people claim it to be , because many others think it makes just good common sense Military Preparedness In the struggle against Communism , military pieparedness has been the first line of defense With this _-refls _^ _Bsaj _^ _aSgg * - dea in mind the NATO alliance _^ SHH _^^; ; was formed This magnificent alJB _^^ Wfc hance of free nations , pledged to * Bp | _feCT _% _ffiil * \ mutual defense , has served to be _tHsS _»^ _Miaf _^ tIle _f ° rce tnat nas lsC P t _* e threat iM _reBpl wK 1 ° _^ Communist take-over out of &amp;lt; SmBKB _$ * i ) _lft ! fi , \ Europe But in recent years , for wmt mSSalSX _. _^ A...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Few Negroes Found In 'White 9 Colleges [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964

Few Negroes Found In White 9 Colleges ( CPS)—Although 350 of the Souths 600 white colleges and universities are now desegregated , they enroll only 15 , 000 Negro students , according to a recent study There are more than one million students attending Southern institutions of highe . education The study concludes , however , that discrimination is only a minor cause ol the i datively low Negro enrollment in most desegregated institutions 3 More Important Causes Writing in a recent issue of Highel Education , Professor of Sociology and Anthropology Guy Johnson of the University of North Carolina lists several much more important causes of the low Negro enrollment These are the Negro students awareness of inferior academic pieparation , his fear of a new level of competition , his loyalty to racial institutions , his anxiety o _\ er greater expenses , and his reluctance to expose himself to possible snubs and embarlassments in the integrated college situation Because of these fears ,...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
88 th Congress Sets Record For Educational Legislation [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964

88 th Congress Sets Record For Educational Legislation WASHINGTON ( GPS)—The 88 th Congress , scheduled to adjourn earl &amp;gt; in October , is setting a new recorc for education legislation Building on its 1963 legislative accomplishments which caused Presideni Johnson to dub it the Education Congress , the 88 th Congress this summer passed two more bills with major implications for education . Summer Bills The two summer bills are the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 : which embodies the first legislative steps in the Presidents War on Poverty , and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Still awaiting final action is a series of expansion to the six-year-old National Defense Education Act The Economic Opportunity Act contains provisions for a work-study financial aid program for needy college students , massive remedial education programs , and a domestic peace corps to be known , as VISTA — Volunteers in Service to America . The $ 70-plus million work-study program provides federal s...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Phi Kap ' s Plans Fail Before Zoning Board [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 25 September 1964

Phi Kap s Plans Fail Before Zoning Board ( Continued from Page 1 ) on August 3 They said that they could not uphold the fraternity s purchase on the grounds of the zoning laws They cited Section 1561 . 12 of the Codified Ordinances of Lancaster , 1962 The Board of Appeals may permit as a special exception the conversion of a building on a designated lot into a dwelling for more than one family in R-l and R-2 Residence Districts , provided that ( A ) No protest against such use , signed by the owners of fifty per cent or more of the lots on the same street within three hundred feet of the designated lot and of the lots not on the same street within one hundred feet of the designated lot , is filed with the Board of Appeals at its hearing on the special exception . F and M officials supported the fraternity at the hearing , they said that modern students are responsible citizens and that they devote most of their time in fraternities to academic work Shortly after the Zoning Board s d...

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