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IncreasedFreshman Interest Sparks Campus Activities [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964

IncreasedFreshman Interest Sparks Campus Activities I By CHARLES MERGENTIME H In keeping with President Spaldingi _Statement at convocation in which he Sirged all freshmen to go out for ar _Activity , a large number of the clas : S _> f b 8 already have started workim With campus organizations 1 S ] n ! dmg stressed the fact that in a guniv taken of the athletic teams ai if ai . c ! M , it has been shown that par- § _pci |> ints marks are higher in season Shit , ) U t of season I WWFM Helped X El Lichtenstem , program directoi m V ~ . VFM , stated that the turnout this H _eai \ as excellent . He estimated that _ffiieu vV ere 45 to 50 people interested g 1 I facets of broadcasting in at- | P r ce at the radio station s first giec _< , There were so many stuffi e _ interested in shows that many | p me slots were scheduled to acH _> n Hate them Now durinsr the weekends , instead of broadcasts beginning at 10 am , they will begin al 7 Lichtens...

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 — 29 September 1964

Students Continue 102 Year Tradition Every leap year since 1802 Ameri ca has endured the goings on of hei candidates for presidential office The quadrennial madness infect : every phase of the country , provides fodder for immense amount of news copy , makes hard work foi innumerable janitors who clean ur after the rallies , wears the finger ! of countless typists , a _ nd finally wears nerves to a frazzle by the end of October . F and M cannot remain unaffected . The organizations formed last week will help in the campaign . Their role will be similar tc organizations like them all over the country . F and M students will participate like hundreds of thousands of other students and interested volunteers . On the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November the American people will go to the polls ; the rhetoric , the rallies , and the typewriters still as the great concensus is formed . All day the men and women go to the polls to perform a private act that will affect the dest...

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 — 29 September 1964

AESTE Overlooked in Student Handbook The list of clubs and organizations in the Student Handbook did include a reference to IAESTE . IAESTE stands for International Association for the _Exchange of _ ents for Technical Experience . It is a private , non-profit organization which enables students of meering and the sciences to obtain on-the-job training in a foreign itry Last year there were 8 , 000 students from 34 countries pattici- ^ g in this exchange . Of the 120 American students participating , 10 were from Franknd Marshall College . Further information about IAESTE may _bs ned from Professor Wolfe Von Wernsdorff of the department of 1 ian .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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Letters to the Editors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964

Letters to the Editors Yanchek Illuminates Yaggy s Errors , Seeks To Present All Facts To The Editors : Normally Mr . Yaggy has presented columns of interest written in a manner indicating that he has some competence with the subject matter at hand , and some objectivity However , it was with amazement that I read portions of his most recent comments It is with a desire to have the truth presented that the errors ( at least the most obvious and gross ) are corrected m the order an which they appeared No Faction First , there is no . manned bomber faction m the United States Air Force The official policy of the Air Force calls for a mix of weapons ( manned and unmanned ) to . . guarantee controlled response of our forces m periods of crisis ( Gen LeMay , 3 June 64 ) . Gen . LeMay also said in the same speech that we cannot depend on a static , finite defense arrangement that is based on any so-called ultimate weapon It is obvious that manned weapon systems ( represented today by bomb...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Cast Members Chosen For 'Thieves Carnival ' [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964

Cast Members Chosen For Thieves Carnival A blend of old and new faces will cast Jean Anouilh s Thieves Carnival , the premiere production of the Green Room Club . The play s director , Professor Hugh Evans , described . the turnout for parts in the play as . . very excellent and _encouraging ; . Of the fifty students who tried out , approximately thirty were new to Green Room productions , twenty of them freshmen . Thieves Carnival is perhaps the happiest of all of Anouilh s works , for his bitterness towards the world remains below the surface His usual theme that the ugly and ignorant either stifles or murders all that is good and beautiful is forgotten in this grand farce . The following is a cast of characters for Thieves Carnival : Peterboro George Brandt Hector Steve Waring Gustave . John Goodhue Lord Edgar Gerald Bnscoe Lady Hurf Pat Hoffman Juliette Charlotte Hoffman Eva . . Pat Herr Monsieur Dupont-Dufort Senior Doug Paul Monsieur Dupont-Dufort Junior . Enzo DiMaio Town Cri...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
IS Wporter [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964

IS Wporter Published semi-weekly throughout the college year except for vacations by un dergraduates of Franklin and Marshall College , Lancaster , Pa ., being an expan sion in 1964 of the Student Weekly , a union in 1915 of the College Student founded in 1881 , and the F&M Weekly , founded in 1891 . The opinions of this journal are those of the editors and editorial board and do not represent official opinion ~ _, Editors-in-chief David L Harrison and Richard Kneedler News Editor Features Editor Sports Editor Marc Silbert Gordon Prager Peter Keers Photography Editor Copy Editor Business Manager Bruce Shelton Robert Siverlmg Peter Levitin Features : Dan Bailes , Al Hoersch , Eliot _Ivarvhoe _, Leslie Lenkowsky , Gerry Marcus Keith Klmedinst , Bill Tuffiash . News : assistant edilor — Thomas Morris and Richard Signer , staff—Paul Eisenberg , Robert Lustig , John Biehm , Larry Bank Sports : Rich Harris , Mark Sklarz , Larry Graham , Dyke Hendrickson Business : advertising ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964

Letters to the Editor mm ( Continued from Page 2 ) _liulc y to slow down the growth of our economy on a _Mpriijei term basis . M No Substitute mk Mr Parker concludes that there is no substitute for _ggable money . We could more easily agree with that conliflusion were it mot phrased in a manner that suggests we _R-e on the brink of rampant inflation . A careful study of fflie mechanism of money creation in the United States lias led many professional economists to suspect that our ifBroblem is not inflation . Rather there is an increasing It eelmg that tight money and high interest rates have conributed , and . continue to contribute , to our relatively _JfSott rate of growth , our high rate of unemployment , and 35 ur difficulty in overcoming poverty m America m Will Lyons iSHP . _controversial Lecture Series , 1 EPORTER Editor Criticized Wo The Editors : $ m It was with a great deal of dismay that I read , in Sc REPORTER of Sept 25 that Dave Harrison has won ® e approval of the St...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Brittingham Addresses GOP ; Predicts Goldwater Victory [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964

Brittingham Addresses GOP ; Predicts Goldwater Victory ( Continued from Page 1 ) It has become customary to call Senator Goldwater a warmonger because he advocated an aggressive policy in the Gulf of Tonkin One week after the Senator proposed this policy , Lyndon Johnson aggressively attacked North Vietnam President Johnsons aggressive policies were given the label of statesmanship , Brittingham declared No Inconsistency To those rhetoricians who would charge Senator Goldwater with inconsistency , Brittingham pointed out that in John F . Kennedy , this characteristic was called political growth In Richard M Nixon it was called expediency He noted , also , that Johnson voted thirteen times against Civil Rights Bills in the Senate Some time ago , the New York Times carried this headline Barry Goldwater Favors Use of Nuclear Weapons for Defoliation of South Vietnam On page 46 of that same paper , the text of Senator Goldwaiter s speech was printed In that text , the Senator outlined fo...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964

W mampus Shop Hours way Be Extended wt We re putting out good food , says 2 §> n Doyle , daytime _manager of the SB jjgampus House . But controversy still gists over the hours during which the toffee shop will remaim open . | 5 Tlie hours this year are from 7 : 30 I ? 11 to 11 pm . on weekdays , from | « 30 am . to 1 p . m . Saturday , and 6 H 11 to 11 p . m . Sunday B Unsatisfactory Hours Still MTI , s schedule was jointly agreed _ja v the College busmess office and M W Wood Food Service Many _gjj ( Us , however , find the hours un- | _P iUory . Student Council has sent lr _Uion to Dean DePuy s office _£ gi > forwarded it to the office of SI 1 _R- Linfield 1 _, busmess manager _S 11 d , who says that he tries to be 3 s -, is now seriously considering _Hfe _oposals . They propose extending jffi c _iy hours to 1 am ., reopening fflp op Saturdays from 7 pm until _&& , and extending hours on SunH& 12 midnight Linfield , however ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
_Summer PREP Plan Leads to Mixed Results [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964

_Summer PREP Plan Leads to Mixed Results ( Continued from Page 1 ) ! It was necessary for them to recoginize an encounter with another humar i being—to see themselves as dynamic , . . . to come to a , deeper realizatior ¦ of themselves as dynamic , changing beings , Tutunji stated , in an interview with the REPORTER 1 Program Successful _| Tutunji also felt , as did t Enscoe ! that the program was successful He added , I myself underwent tremendous ohange _^ -in my own outlook . According to Enscoe , the rah-rah high school atmosphere was prevalent the first few weeks , but later you fell in the Classroom something was happening . they were forced to see themselves in a new light The curriculum consisted of three courses , each meeting five days a week : math , language-linguistics , and humanities Tutorial sessions were conducted in the . afternoons by student tutors like Tutunji There were two tutors for each group of ten students No Attendance Required There was-. no attendance t...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Diplomats Show Promise In Scrimmage with Upsala [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964

Diplomats Show Promise In Scrimmage with Upsala Extremely satisfied with his squad s performance in a _semmnage « Upsala last Friday , Coach Storck is now eyeing Saturday s opun- r at Jc Hopkins with unconcealed eagerness The gndders will take the fit Id aga the Blue Jays at 2 p m Registerang a fine defensive performance , tne Diplomats also swept , to a touchdown on a 70-yard march which was highlighted by a sparkling pass completion from Seiki Murono to Larry Graham . Sipperly , Heath Shine Coach Storck expressed the behel that everyone did a good job , and also commented that this was the best football 1 have seen Franklin and Marshall play Particularly outstanding on a day in which fine performances flourished were the defensive jobs turned in by cornerback Dave Sipperly and end Mel Heath . Collins , Pliner Td Miss Opener Casting some gloom on an otherwise bright outlook was the fact that halfback Randy Collins and guard Dave Plmer remain saddled with injur ies and will be unabl...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Doubt and Confusion Run H gh In Visitation Ruling Confld [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964

Doubt and Confusion Run H gh In Visitation Ruling Confld By RICHARD SIGNER Confusion reigns concerning the _regulations governing the hours which women are allowed in the private dormitory rooms This year s Student _Handbook states that Women guests are noi permitted in the College dormitories or fraternity sleeping quarter ! Exceptions The Handbook goes on to add exceptions to these rules may from time to time be granted by the Dean of Students for special social occasions In a pamphlet issued by the office of the Director of Residence Halls it is agaan stated that women guests are not allowed in the residence halls The next sentence in pamphlet adds , However , women guests , when escorted by i student resident , may visit the student s room during open houses . Open house hours for the fall semester have been scheduled for all residences , except the new dormitory during the hours of 4 : 00 p tn and 3 : 00 on Friday noon to 8 00 p m on Saturday and Sunday Students Concerned A gro...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964

Frosh Grid Turnout Sets Squad Query For Coach Winsor By DANE DETRICK Well-pleased with this year s turnout for the frosh football squad , Coach Chuck Winsor is now faced with the difficult task of selecting a starring eleven for the campaign inaugural with Western Maryland s junior varsity on October 1 . With 66 gridders battling for posi tions , Winsor has not yet tabbed any ballplayers as certain starters , explaining that the squad has good depth with two to five candidates vying for each spot Exceptional battles appear to be developing at center and quarterback . Fords Added To Slate Some changes have been made in the schedule , described by Winsor as real tough The Dickinson game has been cancelled and a replacement is being sought In addition , a home bagainst appear the . r season being assisted by Rusline Jim as a stay , Winsor s ro -T offense his charges will use battle against Haverford will appe ; on the yearling slate . Winsor , entering his second seasc at the helm of t...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BRIGNOLA [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 29 September 1964

BRIGNOLA Fine Shoe Repairing Shop 425 Pine St . Around The Corner From The Nevonia

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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