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BERLIN : Reminder of thePast , Spectre of the _Pres-jnf [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

BERLIN : Reminder of thePast , Spectre of the _Pres-jnf By LARRY RAITHAUS This is the second of two letters from Raithaus to his parents written while he was working in Europe under the 1 AESTE program for Radio Liberty last summer . Well , I just returned from Berlin after quite a full four days . We left last Thursday night at 8 p m from the Munich and flew Pan Am into West Berlin in 1 hour and 50 minutes * » f id , ** * V HI Bernauer Strasse The airport is located right in the city so we were settled by 11 p m and we took off to see the city . We walked around the center of town , which is so developed and modern that youd thank you were somewhere near a renovated Times Square many glass and steel buildings in modern modes of architecture . Center of City The very center of the city , amidst all these modern buildings features a very large , charred , bombed - out church , flanked on either side by two beautiful ( glowing purple at night ) structures of poured cement and colored ...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Fraternity Bias Trouble Hits Various Colleges [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

Fraternity Bias Trouble Hits Various Colleges Problems that once plagued the I and M campus are now arising in otih er parts of the country . Last year , ii an effort to rid the campus of the ap pearance of racial discrimination _bi several ! fraternity houses , the Studen Weekly began a series of hard-hittin ; editorials under the banner Fraterni ty Bias Must Go . 1 The Weekly questioned the _premisi of discrimination : Fraternity men , ir defense of their practices , will content that the concept of fraternity by it ! very nature is discriminatory . The ke ) question is thus the basis for discrimnation Now several other colleges across the nation are feeling the full impact ol the growing social revolution . . . ( CPS ) — Fourteen of the fifteen fraternities and sororities suspended at the University of California for refusing to sign a non-discrimination pledge are still under suspension this week . Lambda Chi Signs One of the fraternities , Lambda Chi Alpha , signed the pledge a...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Princeton Offers Study Of Eastern Languages [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 2 October 1964

Princeton Offers Study Of Eastern Languages Under a Princeton University program , qualified juniors are now able to study critical languages before they enter graduate school . The program makes available the resources of Princeton for instruction in Arabic , Chinese , Japanese , Persian , Russian , and Turkish languages and related regional studies in the social sciences and humanities , Natural Aptitude , To be eligible for admission , a student must have a high academic standing and a natural aptitude foi language . If the student is accepted , he attends Princeton during his junior year . I Certain students , if they show a desire to follow a course of study in a language past undergraduate school , may be sent abroad for a year in order to gain a more intimate knowledge of a particular region . This year abroad does not count towards the student s A . B . degree The degree is given at the students or iginal school , where he studies in his senior year . Year s Training A prosp...

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

Mayser Gym Uses Keep Profits High In Varied Programs As in the past , Mayser Gymnasiunr will be the focal point of many oi Lancaster s civic and _community events during the scholastic year . Last March a great deal of attentior was centered around the gymnasiurr and school when the Eastern Inter collegiate Wrestling Association Championships were held . Two years age the gym served as a station for the Lancaster County Medical Society during its Sabm Oral Vaccine campaign . Three Functions Scheduled Three functions already scheduled for this year are the Lancaster County Shrine Club , October 17 ; Howe Sound Aluminum Party on December 19 , and the Optimist s Club Hobby Show , March 17-20 . The latter two will fall during Christmas and spring vacations respectively . In Ithe past these civic functions have conflicted with the use of the gymnasium by the students Collegiate use , gym class and campus intramurals will receive top priority . Committee of Ten The organizations which may...

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

Freshmen Representative Petitions Petitions will be available in the Deans Office from 9 a . m . Monday , October 5 , to 4 p . m . Friday , October 9 for those desiring to run foi fieshman representatives to the Student Council . The completed petitions , signed by 45 members of the freshman class , must be returned to Dean DePuy s Office on the second floor of East Hall no later than 4 p . m . Friday , October 9 . There will be a meeting of all candidates seeking such positions at 4 p . m . Friday , October 9 in Hensel Hall . All candidates are required to be present at this meeting in order to be eligible to _, run . Larry Raithaus Student Council Vice-President 14 A Meyran Hall

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ol 1 , No 21 Lancaster , Pa October 6 , 1964 Four Pages Robert _Strausz-Hupe To Initiate This Year ' s Topics Lecture Series [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

ol 1 , No 21 Lancaster , Pa October 6 , 1964 Four Pages Robert _Strausz-Hupe To Initiate This Year s Topics Lecture Series Robert Strausz-Hupe , director of the oreign Research Institute at the Jniversity of Pennsylvania , will milate the Topics Lectures series this _fhursday at 8 : 15 p m m Hensel Hall His speech , entitled Coalition ) _iplomacy , will stress the importance m sSK $ Robert Strausz-Hupe _* A j | if the West s uniting to meet the Comi \ nunist challenge _£ _, Reporter Magazine _g He has already dealt with this topic 1 a The Limits of Limited War , 1 vhich appeared in Reporter _magazine n 1957 Strausz-Hupe emphasized hat the Western nations . should I : ombine its material and intellectual I esources in a joint effort of defense LJ In 1953 , Strausz-Hupe questioned t he advisability of direct summit pariaeys with the Communist nations In || j S News and World Report of Apnl | | l , 1953 , The Hoax of the Summit i _^> ame advised the United States to _[• leep...

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Official Campus Organization IAESTE To Hold First Meeting ; Sent 10 Abroad Last Summer [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

Official Campus Organization IAESTE To Hold First Meeting ; Sent 10 Abroad Last Summer IAESTE , the International Association for the Exchange of Students foi Technical Experience , will hold its forst meeting tonight at 7 in room 206 of the Keiper Liberal Arts Building . Summer Work This progiam consists of sending students abioad foi a summer in order to work in some technical field The job may range from observing the making of beer , as Dave Klopp did last summer , to having a responsible position as a staff member of a laboratory , as John Polansky had The im ¬ portance of the job depends upon the individual student s qualifications One yeai a student worked at the Max Plank Institute for Atomic Research The exchange of foreign students is done at a _woild conference on a one-to-one basis In 1964 over 8400 students were exchanged between 34 countnes , but only 130 were from the United States Of these 130 , ten were from F and M Others Abroad F and M has sent students abroad in ...

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IF Council Establishes Committee To Investigate Pledging Practices [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

IF Council Establishes Committee To Investigate Pledging Practices By EDMOND MATHEZ IFC established a committee to study fraternity pledging practices at its meeting last Wednesday night According to Jeff Lamia , secretary of the council , this is a vital area that needs study by the fraternities themselves Members of the committee are Bill Cracas , chairman , Ed Loebl , Andy Lucarclh , Rick Saul , Jeff Jacoby , and Jim Truckenmiller . Buses To Swarthmore The Council will sponsor buses for students to the football game at Swarthmore this Saturday The buses to Swarthmore will be run on a tual basis If theie is enough enthusiasm , transportation will be provided to other away games This is the first time the IFG has undertaken such a project Lamia said that this is positive proof of the interest of the IFC in the activity and life of the school . The fare will be $ 1 per person , and as many buses will be sent as the demand warrants Banners The IFC further reported that banners for th...

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Dips Sink Hopkins As Murono Shines [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

Dips Sink Hopkins As Murono Shines By PETE KEERS Passing ace Seiki Murono pierced Johns Hopkins secondary for 181 yaids _thiough the airlanes as Coach George Storcks varsity griddeis launched the 1964 campaign with a 21-6 trumph over the Blue Jays in Baltimore last Saturday . Registering 17 completions in 23 pass attempts , the junior quarterback paced the Diplomat attack as a sixgame losing skein came to a close for the Big Blue Face Swarthmore Saturday This Saturday the squad will journey ito Swarthmore for a contest with a club which bowed to powerful Dickinson by a 14-12 count thiee days ago . Driving 32 , 76 , and 66 yards for their three touchdowns , the Big Blue displayed a balanced attack in piling up 263 yaids on total offense , while their hosts managed to chalk up 213 , 131 of them through the air Murono lost little tune in displaying his passing ability as he put the Diplomats on the Scoreboard midway through the opening period An interception by safety Timmy Smith on th...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

ingmar Bergmans _^ The Magician _^ ere Sat . Night } Ingmar Bergman s widely acclaim- ; _t eJ movie , The Magician , will launch Q he Fine Arts Club series of foreign jj Sfilms Saturday night at 8 : 15 in Hen- | el Hall a Jeweled Horror [ I Described by the New York Milujjoi as a jeweled horror tale , and fiby the New Yorker as a master- !}>» _ce . nothing short of miraculous , jg l > e Swedish director s work compounds | a mixture of mystery and morality in fa _Rabelaisian study of the susceptibility _ist the human mind to the powerful g ( _> / of illusion and the short-lived IF lie of truth if The movie deals with a showman & • tours the Swedish provinces | Pi mstrating animal magnetism Ec ; _uring tricks and magic lantern & _< ¦ rmances The magician uses his 0 inng tricks to pursue customs ofP s who have persecuted him before W _?> ipparent death . His supernatural If ! uance has the audience clutchH r...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

Sen . Clark To Speak Oct . 14 in Green Room Senator Joseph Clark , Democrat of Pennsylvania , will speak here Wednesday , October 14 , in the Green Room at 2 : 30 . In the last issue of the REPORTER it was erroneously reported that Senator Clark would speak at 7 : 30 in Hensel Hall . Senator Clark will speak on behalf of the F and M students for Johnson . Ken Duberstein , president of the campus politicial organization , reported that the Senator s address will be of a political nature .

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Behind the Bawdy Ballads of Oscar Brand [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

Behind the Bawdy Ballads of Oscar Brand By LESLIE LENKOWSKY Oscar Brand has a secret ambition : to go to the moon . But with no moon in sight Saturday night over Williamson Field , the Canadian-bom foil singer-author sang to the stars and a large audience of F and M students and dates , climaxing the SUB soccer day and getting the SUB concert series off to a rousing , if somewhat ribaJd start Mixing a sharp wit with an extraordinary command of the ait of singing _folk songs , Brand made two hours sitting on the cold , cement bleachers of the athletic stadium fly by Not only did the audience enjoy itself immensely , but it was quite obvious that Brand was having quite a time entertaining A Natural Most of fais material was the bawdy , r isque type he is known for However , the other side ( or one of the other sides ) of this modern Allan-a-Dale , that r ide known to many children who watch his television show , showed through his sly smile Indeed , one could not help but get the impr...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

Frosh : Forgotten What a Girl Is ? j I Want to get in shape for Homecoming ? II 415 West James Street s the Place i _, This Saturday For \ The Phi Kappa Sigma Mixer I Music — Girls — Refreshments f

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Hi REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

Hi REPORTER Published semi-weekly throughout the college year except for vacat o > y < dergraduares of Franklin and Marshall College , Lancaster , Pa , being e _* PaI sion in 1964 of the Student Weekly , a union in 1915 of the _Colleo 5 luden founded in 1881 , and the F&M Weekly , founded in 1891 The opinions of this | ournal are those of the editors and editorial « _d an do not rppresenr official opinion Editors-in-chief David L . Harrison and Richard Kneedler News Editor Features Editor Spor tlitor Marc _Silbert Gordon Prager Pe < eers Photography Editor Copy Editor Business / ° 9 er Bruce Shelron RODerr Siverling Pete vitin Features : Dan Bailes , Al Hoersch Eliot Ivanhoe Leslie Lenkowsky , Ge torcus Keith Khnedinst , Bill Tuffiash News : assistant eailor — Thomas Morns and Richard Signer , staff— - isen berg , Robert Lustig , John Biehm , Larry Bank Sports : Rich Harris , Mark Sklarz , Larry Graham , Dyke Hendnckson Business : adverti...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

_3 AESTE ( Continued from Page 1 ) ticipation that accounts for the disproportionate number of foreign students participating as compared to U S students The third part is a long range goal , that of building up IAESTE m this country , particularly m the field of hospitality for the students over here In Europe and the other countries , IAESTE is well entrenched There are groups in most universities , in the U S . there are only three college gioups besides P and M Individuals Work Most of IAESTE s -work in the U S is done by individual people IAESTE in Europe takes students on tours , plans social events , and soon , Gittlenian would like to improve tins facet here at school by having students take the visiting student home for a weekendetc

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

Foreign Area Grani Applications Ready Announcements of the Foiuirn \ ic ; Fellowship Program of the _Vmciicn Council of Learned Societies and tin Social Science Research Counul haw been received Fellowships aie offeicc for the academic yeai 1965-66 foi graduate or post-doctoral tiaining ii : the social sciences , including law and education and the humanities _iclauiis to Asia and the Near Eas t Tlw _Smni Union and Eastern Euiopi \ fncs Latin America and Western _Cuiopc . Applications are due b > November 1 The brief announcements ait m the Dean s Office Fuithci mfonm tion and application forms ni . iv- he ob tained from The Foreign Ait i Itllcm ship Program , 444 Madison \\ cnui New YoA . N Y 10022

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

ZIMMERMAN RESTAURANT GOOD HOME COOKING Corner of Orange and N . Queen Bowl at Lancaster Lanes 1266 Lititz Pike Bafore 6 P . M . 35 c per game 15 c for shoes 3 games for $ 1 . 00 after midnight Open 24 h ours

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BRIGNOLA [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

BRIGNOLA L _^ _-ampud djarber WHERE JAMES MEETS MARY _^ _^ _^^ Fine Shoe Repairing Shop 425 Pine St . Around The Corner

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