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W and M To Assume Major Position In Development of Negro Aid Project [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

W and M To Assume Major Position In Development of Negro Aid Project ig f F and M has assumed coordinatioi §|> r the Central Pennsylvania area o _Bme widely discussed Hoy Plan tc Erovide added college opportunities foi Kcgro students . » The plan , which will involve exten lave efforts to help Negro youngster ! _BtKcome aware of possibilities for purggjng higher education , will be undci g | c direction of Bruce A . Westcrdahl . jljjtector of admissions , and recentlv _BgcUed president of the _Pennsylvanis _^ _sioctation of College Admissions Igo nnselors IS Results Encouraging BWesterdahl said the results of an Ijgilal organization meeting for the ||| tv . plan , held Monday , September 28 . ja mniata College , were highly enH 9 1 a _Sng Representatives of ten area jjKl ! 1 j ; cs and area high school counselWh . mended the meeting . | S ; _itmg that additional area colleges _y | e _\ pected to participate in the Hoy _fifc he added that it will mark a _KK 1 departure in ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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SUB Soccer Day Program To Include Oscar Brand , Girls [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

SUB Soccer Day Program To Include Oscar Brand , Girls By LARRY BANK The final plans for the SUB s Soccer Day tomorrow were outlined fcy Jack Shilling , president of the Board , last Tuesday night at the organization s meeting . Girls are expected from Beaver , Bryn Mawr , Goucher , Hood , Penn Hall and Harcum Junior College , along with student nurses from Harnsburg , Lancaster , and Reading In all a total of 500 are to arrive between 11 : 30-12 : 00 Girls Given Lunch The girls will be given lunch in the college dorms after registering with the SUB Music by the Impalas will be featured in Hartman Oval until game time . Dinner will be served in the dorms At 7 : 30 the Oscar Brand concert will be held in Williamson Field HenscI Hall will be used in case _} f rain Two dance bands will play in Mayicr Gymnasium continuously from 9 : 30 to 1 : 00 The only expense to students OSCAR BRAND will be for lunch and dinner . Meal tickets will entitle students to meals _fiee Everything else is fre...

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Delta Sig Begins Talks For College-Built House [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

Delta Sig Begins Talks For College-Built House i Delta Sigma Phi and East Hall are cuirently en _^ a _^ ed in _nei >; o- [ Uations concerning the construction of a new fraternity house by the College . Began Last _Spring ; Tim Annbrustei , president of Delta Sig , stated that negotiations began last spring when Dean of Students Hadley DcPuy , expressed a general concern about fraternity housing . Nine of the eleven fraternity dwellings on campus are converted buildings which were never intended to be fraternity houses DePuy suggested that _fiaternities might consider building new houses under College auspices . _sTaylor , Guller Set jGroup Discussions _rVbout Dating , Sex S A scries of group discussions concerning dating , courtship , and sex will be held beginning Tuesday , under the guidance of Chaplain Robert N Taylor and Dr . Irving Guller , clinical psychologist Two Separate Groups These discussions will be held in wo separate groups , each meeting every two or three...

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Senator Clark To Appear Here Oct . 14 for Political Speech [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

Senator Clark To Appear Here Oct . 14 for Political Speech Senator Joseph Clark ( Democrat—Pennsylvania ) will speak in Hensel Hall October 14 at 7 : 30 p m . on behalf of the F and M Students lor Johnson , it was announced Wednesday . Due to the scheduling of the _Clarl speech , the government club sponsorec debate between Dr Sidney Wise anc Professor George Brittingham set foi that date has been postponed to October 21 , or 22 It is not known yet whether that debate will be in Hensel Hall or the Green Room . Senator Scott Duberstem , who is also president of the F and M government club , stated that efforts are now being made to schedule a speech heie sometime before the campaign by Pennsylvania s othci Senator , Hugh Scott , Clark s junior colleague in the Senate Nothing definite about such an appearance was known at the time the REPORTER went to press After serving as mayor of Philadelphia , Clark was elected to the United States Senate in 1956 and then reelected for a second te...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

Dorm Women s Hours Extended Tomorrow Because of the SUB Soccer Da ) tomorrow , hours for women in in dividual dormitory rooms will b < extended till midnight on _Saturday only . In addition , for Ih s weekend , girls will be permitted in individual rooms in the new dormitory on the same basis as in the rest of campus residence halls . Hours for women in ALL dormitories for individual rooms this weekend will be : Friday—4-8 p . m . ; Saturday—12 a . m .-12 p . m ., and Sunday—12 a . m .-8 p . m . The head dormitory counselors , in a meeting Monday with Dean DePuy , Assistant Dean Foster Ulrich and Director of Residence Halls Stanley Plummer , suggested that hours for women in the new dormitory school should be placed on the same basis as other dormitor ies , at least until its lounges are completed . A decision on this request will be announced soon .

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EDITORIALS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

EDITORIALS A Choice - But What a Choice ! Barry Goldwater has stated that his candidacy for President of the United States offers the American people a choice and not an echo . We agree . .. But the choice offered by his candidacy is not primarily what he claims it to be . It is not essentially a choice between the conservative and liberal political philosophies historically espoused by the two major American parties . Nor is it a choice between a nineteenth century backwoodsman and a new frontiersman ; nor between a trigger-happy shoot-from-the-hipper and a cooly rational Commander-in-chief , as some of Mr . Goldwater _ s more vociferous opponents claim . Rather the choice lies between continued majority rule and efficient government ( that is , co-operation between the executive and legislative branches of the government ) or minority control of the executive branch by a faction which will not be able to work with or through the Congress . This above all else is the real issue in ...

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Tom Parker _^^ _asB _^ _Biwai _^^ _aEBffi _^^ _rifflasffiar / _i Goldwater Gives Electorate Clear-Cut Choice [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

Tom Parker _^^ _asB _^ _Biwai _^^ _aEBffi _^^ _rifflasffiar / _i Goldwater Gives Electorate Clear-Cut Choice In the coming presidential election , the electorate has a clear-cut choice on the type of president and philosophy of government it desires . No longer does one party merely restate the others programs . There is little doubt where each group stands on . most of the important issues Now is the time for the American people to stand up and be counted in a vote against governmental paternalism and government intervention in the portion of their lives that they formerly considered private The Republican platfoim is a sound repudiation of the cradle to grave philosophy _^ S _^^ that so pervades the Democrats _^^^^^^^ _t idea of government Bigger govern- _^^^^^^^\ ment is not the answer to all prob- H _^ 1 lems The charge has been made _uMSMLrffi&L that state governments are not cap- _ft _. V- _• \ y able of handling the situation and M ~ _^ 0 f it is the time for fede...

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Imaginary Telephone Call j From Robert Welch [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

\ Imaginary Telephone Call j From Robert Welch San Francisco ( AP)—A 17 year old Negro student was named Wednesday as the winner of a $ 1000 scholarship award from the John Birch Society . The above news item , from the New Era of September 19 . gives rise to interesting speculation as to what might have been said in a long-distance telephone call the morning after Hello , Mr Welch , I am glad you called . Yes , die news item is correct . But , sir , she hasn t been convicted of that . Oh , I see sir , the fact that she _^^^^^^^^^™ committee , sir , they just looked at _^ _HBw _^^^ _S | pictures on the applications leaves _Mfl _^ _jjp _^ iiy _^ H tion and we don t want that , do we sir ? Yaggy Oh , I see , sir , a gentleman s understanding . Well sir , she seems quite nice Oh , that s one of their tricks , eh ? Makes us put our guard down , huh ? Like Eisenhower , you say ? which one ? Both ? Yes sir , I did read about \ our book but that passage had slipped my mind . It won t happe...

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Reading List Features Well-Known Figi es [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

Reading List Features Well-Known Figi es ( CPS)—Now that classes are begun , it is time to add to the reading list books that every cultured man must read Following is only a sample of what s good on the fall lists : Language , and Meaning by Sen . Barry Goldwater . Invaluable guide to the art _^ of saying two contradictory things with the same sentence . Shows how to utter a flatly declarative pro ¬ position , and , upon being corrected , maintain That s what I really meant . Also outlines ways to charge the faculty with conspiracy to misrepresent your examinations , and has a bonus Guide to Jet Plane Flying . Power and Politics in Viet-nam by Henry Cabot Lodge . A handy looseleaf binder with semi-weekly mailings included . Price , author , and country subject to change without cc A House is Not a Home R ° bcrt F . Kennedy . Includes a _spc = CCI ° n called A Visitors Guide to _> _^ ork with pronunciation guide a 11 C for blintz and pizza eatinc The Crisis In Higher 1 i ...

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reporter [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

reporter Published semi-weekly throughout the college year except for vacations by on 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 | ournal 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 Subscription Rate , $ 3 . 50 per semester , $ 6 50 per year . Office in Hartman Hall Basement ; Phone 392-3732 Printed at Forry & Hacker , 248 East Liberty Street , Lancaster , Penna . Application for second class mailing permit granted March 16 , 1964 at Lancaster . Penna .

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Devils , Mules Head ' 64 Foes [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

Devils , Mules Head 64 Foes LARRY GRAHAM Dickinson and Muhlenberg head a gioup of eight formidable opponents which will do battle with Fianklm and Marshall on the giidnon this fall With si \ starters back fiom the squad which posted a 5-2 caul m 1963 Dickinson is looking foiwaid to its finest campaign in many _> eais Harris Directs Red Devils Pacing the Red Devil attack will be Harold Hams , the 185-pound quaitciback who led the Middle Ulantic Conference Southern Division in total offense a yeai ago With a talented group of pass-i cceiv - ers available foi service Dickinson coach Don Seibeit stated that we may have to throw the ball c \ _ui moic than we did last year Powci is not one of our assets , the coach commented , although we do have good limners Last yeais team was explosive but this one does not ha \ c that kind of speed Mules Loom As Povveiful Whereas the Big Blue face Dickinson before making their debut in Williamson Field for the fall , the MuhluiIcig tilt is ...

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Diplomats Await 78 th Grid Campaign Veteran Cast Slated For Service _ . m i ' [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

Diplomats Await 78 th Grid Campaign Veteran Cast Slated For Service _ . m i With a month of practice tucked undei their belts Coach Geoige Storck s varsitv gnddcrs aie eagerl ) awaiting tomonou s jouiney to Johns Hopkins foi z campaign inaiiguial which will usher in _Franklm anc Maishalls 78 th yeai of mteicollegiate football 14 Returnees Set For Service On hand to see action is a cast of 14 lettennen fiom the 1963 squad which chalked up a disappointing 1-6 slate and a gioup of piomising sophomores and juniois who will be enjoying then first taste ol \ aisity competition when they face the Jays Entcnng his second season at the helm of the Diplomats , Coach Storck -uill be assisted by Bill Ianmcclh and Ken Twiford along with the entire freshmen coaching stafl throughout the fall Aiming to snap a si \ -game losing skein , a wctoiy ovti Johns Hopkins would maik only the second time in eight vcais that a Diplomat ele \ en has opened with a victoiy A year ago the Big Blue tiounced the Ja...

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Football Staff Set at Seven [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

Football Staff Set at Seven A pair of foimei Fianklm and Mai shall athletic gieats will be teaming with two other men who have excelled in moic than one spoit to foim the nucleus of Coach Stoick s staff as the Diplomats seek to bolstci their giidnon fortunes Iannicelli Was All-American The only holdovci fiom the 1962 coaching stafl , backfield mcntoi Bill Jamucelli graduated from Franklin and Maishall in 19-18 and has been coaching e \ ei since at the school wheic he won national acclaim in football and Hack In 1947 Iannicelli was named to the Little All-Amciica gnd team aftci fust earning _countrv-wide lauicls iMth his selection to the 1944 AAU Tiack and Field squad foi his lavclm _cffoits He was a tiack All-Amcncar again in 19-17 , duplicating his 194-1 javelin victoiv that ) car at the Pcnn Relavs Iannicelli has also dncctcd the Diplomat cindcimen foi ten \ cais during which time his squads have compiled a 65-28 oveiall lecoid Another giidnon standout , line coach Bcinic Santamel...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

1964 VARSITY FOOTBALL ROSTER NO . NAME Ht . Wt . Pos . Class Hometown 43 _Allebom _, John 5 10 155 HB So . _Hamngton Park , NJ 82 _Bambey / _Pete 5 < 11 167 E Jr . Locust Valley NY . 42 Beaman , Jerry 5 < 10 152 HB Sr . North _Caldwell , NJ 81 Butcher , Lou 6 2 192 HB Sr . Lancaster Pa . 41 Collins , Randy 5 9 170 HB Jr . Cincinnati , Ohio 37 Deprez , Ron 5 9 182 CB So . Portland , Maine 73 Dochat _, Ron 6 1 200 T Jr . Akron , Ohio 71 Ellison , Jim 5 10 182 T So Lancaster , Pa . 60 Frere , Jon 5 8 188 LB Sr . Summit , N . J 24 Glasser , Bill 5 11 174 HB So . Newburgh , N . Y . 89 Graham , Larry 6 2 180 E Sr . Valley Stream , N Y . 44 Hall , Steve 5 10 173 HB Sr . Basking Ridge , N . J 84 Heath , Mel 6 1 189 E Jr . Duxbury , Mass . 15 Johnson , Pete 6 2 170 E So . Noroton , Conn . 33 Johnson , Rick 5 8 175 CB Sr . Levittown , Pa . 80 Laird , Jed 5 11 192 E So . Bel Air , Md . 65 Kroll , Dick 6 1 191 T So . Bayside , N . Y . 31 Manson , Wayne 5 9 176 CB Jr . Rose...

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Booters Show Promise As Debut Draws Near [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

Booters Show Promise As Debut Draws Near By MARK SKLARZ Striving to better last year s 6-3-1 lecord and lecapture the MAC Southern Division title which they held in 1962 , Franklin and Marshall s varsity booters proved themselves to be on the light track when they edged powerful Elizabethtown by a 1-0 count in a senmmage last Friday . Minus the services of Al Hershey who had tallied 51 goals for them in four years of varsity ball , E-town was unable to penetrate the Diplomat defense Junior Bob Leuffen scored the lone goal of the day as he continued tc shuttle between the line and goalie Adogli Paces Vets Returning starters on the line in addition to Leuffen include co-cap-tain Paul Adogh and Paul Martin Tabbed as the outstanding performer in the conference in 1962 , Adogli figures to be the sparkplug of the Diplomat attack once aga _ n Doug Bartel and Andy Lucarelli have looked promising in the wing slots while Jon Crawford adds still more scoring punch Returning lettermen Bob Guibo...

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New Gridders Display Depth [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

New Gridders Display Depth By DANE DETRICK Following yesterday s game at Western Maryland , Coach Chuck Winsor is readying his frosh footballers for Monday s battle against the Haverford junior varsity One half of the squad took part in the opening encounter , and the _lemaimng gridders will make the journey to Haverford The starting linemen will be ends Bob Wolfeitz and Roy Meilman , tackles Barry Campbell and Dave Honeyman , guards Bill Nialrakis and Jon Nehlsen , and center Bill Cleaver The backfield will consist of quarterback Wayne Frahn _, fullback Pete Carver , and halfbacks Dave Stanislawczyk and Tim Corah Winsor Expresses Optimism The tilt with the Maryland college pitted the Little Dips against j unior varsity performers -who had taken part in 36 practices , beginning on September 1 The F aind M frosh have had just 14 practice sessions Howevei , Coach Winsor felt that his squads depth might nullify any possible edge in conditioning enjoyed by the opponents He stated , We a...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Rule Changes Will Figure In Grid Play [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

Rule Changes Will Figure In Grid Play By ED RUBINS ! CLV The advent of a _eolkge . foutba 1 campaign annually signals the ioiju of vanous lules b ) the N C \ \ Ruli Committee This \ cai an _unlmmu substitution amendment has irut , the greatest stir among _uillesje ( iiaihoUnlimitcd Substitution Accoiding to the ie . vised sulhU 1 1 tion luhng , a coach _niaj send in in limited leplacements an \ _tmu thai il clock is stopped Up to tun plauis i a time may be substituted , u am pm T m the game _FouneiK _inaelusun peimitted limited substitution wil 1 when the clock was stopped To compensate toi this _iuk chairi a team may take _advantage , of vanut clock-stopping devices so as t » li il complete oflcnsive in elefinsiu _•»> stitutions Drawing inlLiiliniial pem lies or thioiwnif the ball mil oi _hniinc as an intended foiunid pass should 1 common occuncncts on _eeillme cue nons this season Storck _Appioves _Changes Franklin and Mai shall me . tor Geoige Stoick _vieus tin _ame . ...

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