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

Winning Tradition Typifies Booters Owneis of a 22-7-2 record over the last three campaigns Franklin and Marshall is no newcomer to soccer success It was in 1924 that Professor Edw ard Lancaster founded a Soccer Club and it was two years later that the team won its first game . After 1930 , a wave of soccer popularity swept through American colleges and universities , although it was not until 1939 that the Big Blue started registering winning seasons with any consistency . In 1947 Bob Smith arrived upon the scene and since that time the Diplomat booters have chalked up a 96-56-13 overall record . NCAA Champs In 1952 Five years after taking charge of F and Ms soccer fortunes , Smith piloted the Blue and White to a 9-0 season and a national championship Besides his national tithsts in 1952 , Smith coached clubs which paced their respective conferences m 1950 , 1951 , and 1962 He also produced three All-Americans in Walt Lenz ( 1952 ) , Carl Yoder ( 1952 ) and Gerry Husted ( 1957 ) . W...

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 — 2 October 1964

Weight Facilities To Be Expanded Franklin and Marshall Director of Physical Education George McGinness has announced that the college will expand its weight room facilities to the point where it will have 15 barbells this winter . These weights will be welded on in order to discourage potential borrowers . The room is scheduled to remain open until 10 : 00 p . m . from Monday through Friday .

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 — 2 October 1964

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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 — 2 October 1964

S portraits Fall Sports Thumbnail Sketches SOCCER PAUL _\ DOGLI . . African exchange student from Lome , Togo . MAC All-Southern Division MVP in 1962 . An All-Conference selection last year Teams with fellow exchange student George Kalule . . Tre ¬ mendous dribbler . Has paced Dips an scoring for two consecutive years . Pole-vaulter and broad jumper on track team JIM BUNTING Soccci co-captain along wtih Adogh . Also lettered in basketball and golf All-League honorable mention goalie . Yield ¬ ed less than I goal per contest as a sophomore Can also serve at fullback BOB PENNEY Like Bunting a winner of three monograms This fullback from Newington also shines in basketball and baseball . Did not play soccer as a sophomore Natural leader Good instincts on field . P _\ UL MARTIN Lancaster product Aggressive on attack with good shots Also a grappler for Diplomats . Chalked up 5-1-2 record in 1963 Provides much needed experience and depth BOB LEUFFEN 6 4 _, 220-pound stalwart Led fiosh in ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
_Iponaugle Heads xperienced Staff Entering his second yeai as Franklin and Maishall ' s Dncctoi [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

_Iponaugle Heads xperienced Staff Entering his second yeai as Franklin and Maishall s Dncctoi _sieVthleticS ; , Woody Sponaugle can call upon a staff which has one lithe richest and most varied backgiounds in Diplomat spoits an W&c ls _^ e P ur P 0 Se ° _^ tn s _ e to j 3 : fly acquaint you with Sponaugle ¦ an ! the three men who will be at the • he m of F and M s varsity squads this « f _) ne of the all-time gieat athletes olBFranklin and Mai shall history , _Ifminaugle served as head football _lowch for 15 seasons , the longest any j _^ i has held this position | BE Nine-Letter Man _JfflSyi nning a total of nine letteis in _JsKball , basketball , and track during _Hfiacollegiate , Woody reached his peak J _rfljhis senior year when , as captain _||| _mthe 1936 Diplomat eleven which f y | m seven , lost one , and tied one , he jj | j& named as center on the Associated _jSIss Little All- Vmeiican team SJ _un his 15 yeais as Diplomat gndufln mentor , Sponaugle ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
PETE KEERS Sports Scope [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

PETE KEERS Sports Scope Theie is about Kim Russell a sense of dedication It was evident in his spnited performance on the football field and his desire to win in all sports It is equally apparent now as he makes the transition from a promising sophomore quarterback of 1963 to an eager freshman backfield coach of 1964 The story of Russell s move to the coaching ranks is a rather unique one Field general _fflflHHHHEHI for the yearling _IMBIjKS- _^ jMlllB years ago , Rus- ¦ t _^ KV _jfafe _^ as _^ _IaIln cC s _^ _HH& _HHH _^ H charges registered _HRHbVmHHH a 2-1 record . Pete Keers Las * fa _, he Sports Editor s _ ht thc D ] pl ° - mats quarterbacking duties with Sciki Muiono , i caching a highlight for the campaign when his passes netted 287 yaids in a contest with Carnegie Tech Dining these two years and piior to that in a . prep school caieer which saw this native of _Montclair ( NJ ) play foui years of vaisity football , basketball , and baseball , Russell gave serious ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Thome , Tosh Top Harriers [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

Thome , Tosh Top Harriers By DYKE HENDRICKSON Howevei shoit on depth they may be , Coach Roy Phillips varsity harriers will lack little in dedication and spirit when they journey to Haverfoid tomonow afternoon foi a tiiangulaimeet which will also include PMC Thome Looms as Standout Led by co-captains Dave Thome and Rich Tosh , the squad can also call upon lettermen Bob Kiei and Bill Belzcr along with sophomore hopefuls Maity Kcndig and John Buddington In a lecent practice meet with Milleisville State College , Thome proved himself to be the Diplomat top distance man , covenng the 4 2 mile F and M course in 23 56 minutes , although he had to settle foi a thud place finish The final score of the contest was in Milleisvillc s favoi but Phillips was satisfied with the team s oveiall pcifni mance . Tosh Places Sixth Tosh captuied sixth place foi the Blue and White with Kcndig two spots behind while Buddington and Kier placed tenth and thutcenth respectively Included on the season s slate...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
merlin Perspectives : Pasts mndPresent Brought to Bear [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

merlin Perspectives : Pasts mndPresent Brought to Bear JH ( Continued ® cn untouched for years , line the vSpon adjacent to this 30 mile barrftr Our guide told us that oftime _; Rftvate buildings are . rebuilt because to a statute of limitations that has not Ml expired with regard to the city : _t&ing possession of the property , bui SI the case of the untouched buildS |> s near the wall , they were simply ? Snsidered a bad investment Many 3 the small hotels in that district . _M said , could hardly survive during Te winter when the tourist season , ms over »» The most depressing sight of all , jffiwever , is found driving along BerJSur Strasse in the French sector of Jflc city This street runs directly _3 > ng the wall for seven , blocks The jgildings that line this street are inUfoonnected by the wall , which in jffis section has been raised an extra fm ° r S 0 an _^ 1 C 0 verD _^ _w _^ h broken _j-Hpsb and barbed wire , and their wm- | _wi are ce...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Letters to the Editors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

Letters to the Editors ifciggy Misrepresents lloldwarer Position _M the Editors : HI We the undersigned wish to register a protest agains _Prelur columnist Mike Yaggy . His recent column of Sep llfflnber 25 is so obviously biased and inaccurate that w _ffe filled with disgust , even some pro-Johnson men hav _Kgd us the article left quite a bit to desire MB Goldwater Misrepresented | B Mr Yaggy first claims a distinction between recen _ffifegro noting in several cities and civil rights demonstra irons in general ( to which we agree ) However , hi _^ _fen says that Goldwater has attacked the right of pro _9 &t by deploring violence in the streets We do not be ifljive Senator Goldwater has evei even implied more o _^ connection between the rallies and the riots than then Sg namely , that both are instigated by civil wrongs ( rea _W imaginary ) . The purpose is retained in the rally Sc purpose quickly degenerates to thievery in the not jffiiere is most obviously no greater c...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
( _&tnk ( &Ummg& [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

( _&tnk ( &Ummg& Delta Sig—The brotherhood is glad to be back . We are looking forwarc to a productive year . Welcome freshmen , congratulations to Brothers Teche and Cossari on their pinnings Beware of dog ! Siegfried ? Congrats go tc Brother Geib on his engagement . Brothers looking forward to homecoming Anyone need a telephone ? ZBT—Congrats to new pledges Cohn , Hirsch _, Knobleman , Koerner , Lefenfeld and Borthers Duber and Hurst oa getting pinned Sunshine is the new Pledge Father Yastremski plans a joint party with the Village , $ 5 a day and 5 cents a mile at Saitz rent-a-car . Phillie boys die a thousand deaths as the Phillies fold m the homestretch . Kappa Sig—Congrats to Jim Roberts—our new biother , and to Peeps and Rick O . on their recent pinnings . Pi Lamb—Congratulations to the new pledge class , and a belated congratulations to the sofdball team on its championship . The party Saturday was a real blast Stan , how is Luci ? Our tra...

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