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

Your Paperback Center In Lancaster LB . HERR&SON 46-48 W . King St . DOWNTOWN BOOKSTORE

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

Professional Service at YOUR COLLEGE BARBER 536 _V 2 W . James St .

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ZANGAR 1 PIZZERIA [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

ZANGAR 1 PIZZERIA HOME MADE PIZZA VARIETY OF SUBS Open Seven Days Phone : 397-9101 323 West Lemon

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Frosh Drop First Contest [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

Frosh Drop First Contest Low Costs Seats The Fulton Foundation will pre--fii Ah , Wilderness October 710 . Ml seats which are unsold at 8 n performance nights will be sold <•• F and M students for $ . 75 . ID . cards must be shown By DANE DETRICK The lack ol a sustained offensive attack hampered F and Ms freshmen gndders as they bowed before Western Marylands smooth-working junioi vaisity 13-6 , in Thursday s seasonopening game at Westminster . The losers could gain only 83 yaids offensively , while the Tornors were grinding out 169 The winners controlled play during the first quarter , and giabbed the lead when Rich Wilson raced seven yaids for a touchdown _Salamone ScoresAfter recovering a second-penod Ternor fumble . Coach Chuck Winsors frosh eleven _stiuck back to even the score on a one-yard plunge by fullback Lou Salamone The winning points wcie tallied in the third stanza , on a 15-yard pass from Western Maryland quarterback Bob _Petcison to George Sulik Peterson b...

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

Sports Scope ETE KEERS \ former two-time fust team high ; _iiool All-Amencan _, a 6 3 jumping ; _vck who should enable North Carolina to regain court supiemacy in the \ tlantic Coast Conference , and a lad , \ ho earned na tional laurels for his idioiastic _performances in two sports lead what promises to be the finest lop of sophomores in college basket- > all since I 960 With the op39 HBHBHB en > n S o { pre-sea-SjsHjIMHHB son drills still two _jSgBKL _^^ BHS weeks away for _MiP r _? ° [ th ; na - _^ _feffiSfflP 5 turn s hardcourt ¦ _V _^ 2 _MS ! 5 P po wers , the ncw- ^^ _fii _^ _S _^ B _^ comcvs to C 0 Hcge B _f _^ _B basketball this _jf _^ _BflHl season arc already Pete Kern _S < = „ era ting as Sports Editor much _lntcMSt aS any group in rc jfcent years with the sole exception of _mlie class which pioduced Jerry Lujfcas , Terry Dischinger , Chet Walker _, -lind other current NBA stars simulta - jncously . Foremost in this group mav be lUCLAs 6 ...

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KIM TALLIES Booters Top Mules on Last Minute Goal [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

KIM TALLIES Booters Top Mules on Last Minute Goal A WORD OF ADVICE—F and M soccer mentors George _Ensjemaim ( left ) and Noel Hoover instruct their charges during the afternoon s activities By MARK SKLARZ Tom Kim s fourth period goal broke a scoreless tie and gave F and M _s soccer squad a 1-0 win over Muhlenberg m the seasons home opener last Satuiday Bunting Shines In Goal Goalie Jim Bunting legistered his second straight shutout against the Mules as the bootcis staited off the campaign on a blight note A year ago the Diplomats had routed Muhlcnbeig 5-0 V and M , playing then fust game undei coach Noel Hoo \ ei controlled play fiom the opening moments of the game but was unable to put the ball m the net The spaiklmg play of co-captam Paul Adogh and sophomore wings Jon Ciaw ford and _ \ iidv Lucalelh kept the pressure on the Mule defense all afternoon , howevei it was not until the final minute of play that Kim chalked up his decisive tally Dips Face Western Maryland The Diplomats ...

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

_iach Issues Grappling Call 1 Coach Bob Getohell has announced that all varsity and freshman wresjjg candidates are to meet on Wednesday , October 14 , in room P-204 of w > _n Gymnasium at 5 pm 8 ie also stated that wrestling hopefuls who aie cuncntly engaged m fall H and are unable to attend the meeting , should report to his office beWt _Viober 19 , the day on which practice gets underway 1 Shimansky Heads Vets 1 _fading a group of &even returning lettermen fiom the 1964 squad will m Shimansky who compiled a 11-1-1 slate as a sophomore in the 123ffl c iass a year ago I mor p aui Martin , owner of a 5-1-3 recoid as a 147 and 157-poundcr W _s also back along with Mike Wood , Neil Thompson , Jon Ta > lor fi l < -Bee , and Bill Schneidermam . H pected to be among the sophomores vying for berths on the squad are If ookman , Bill Troop , Henry Noon , Tim Raymond , Stan Chcslock , W Myers , _Maik Clark , Terry Hosteller , Ron _Deprez , Bob Fre...

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Harriers Fall In Tri-Meef [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

Harriers Fall In Tri-Meef By DYKE HENDRICKSON F and ( M s vaisity harneis lost two cross-country decisions m a , ta-mcci at Haverford on Saturday , falling tc the host Fords by a 25-30 count and chopping- a 23-32 decision to PMC The best individual performance ol the afternoon was the 23 09 clocking turned in by PMC s Jim lions while Haverfoid _ s standout freshman Silas Little captured lunneiup laurels Thome Paces Diplomats Leading the Diplomat runners was Dave Thome who captured third spot with a 23 54 cffoit , while Martv Kendig ( seventh ) , John Buddington ( eighth ) , Rich Tosh ( eleventh ) , and Bill Belzer ( thnteenth ) rounded out the scoring for F and M Combining the scores of both meets , PMC was the pacesettei with 23 points while Haverford and F and M trailed with 41 and 47 points lespectively SUMMARY HAVERFORD 25 , F _4 M 30 1 LitHe , H , 23 27 2 Thome , F 23 54 , 3 Simmons H , 24 II 4 Woodward , H , 24 35 5 Kendig , F , 24 45 6 Buddmgton , F , 24 48 , 7 Tosh , F , 25 ...

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

IF Football Gets Underway Lambda Chi , winner of the AHCollege Sports Championship in 1964 , opened intramural football activity with a 28-6 triumph oven Phi Tau while lunnerup Chi Phi _^ as topping Delta Sig in a 24-18 lift Kappa Sig outscored Phi Sig , 38-24 , in « i wide open contest and ZBT also displayed _offensive punch in downing Sig Pi , 24-6 . In the closest encounter of the week Phi Psi edged past Pi Lamb by a 7-6 count . In addition to football , intramuial competition is slated for volleyball , tennis , archery , and ctosscountiy this fall with basketball and the Black Pyramid Wrestling Tournament _scheduled to get underway in Decembei .

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

Intramural Notice Director of Intramural Athletics him in his office . Mike Lewis wishes all boys who Separate teams will be formed are interested in intramurals , but for natives of Lancaster County who are not affiliated with a fra- and for boys who are fiom . out of ternity or dormitory , to report to town .

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Haynie Hits Voter Enrollment Fraud In Second Student-Faculty Forum [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

Haynie Hits Voter Enrollment Fraud In Second Student-Faculty Forum By GERALD SOLT Corrupion , intimidation , and the wholesale swindling of votes of Fayette County , Tennessee , were the subjects of the second Student-Faculty Forum delivered last Thursday by Professor Charles Haynie Although his speech was confined to Tennessee , Haynie said much of the same sort o £ work exists in states like Alabama , Georgia , and Louisiana The group that went to Tennessee under Haynie s direction was composed of fifty northern college students . Registering Since 1959 Negroes in the county fifty miles east of Memphis , had been registering to vote since 1959 , but the giants of bigotry , despair , and complacency had discouraged them from exercising their legal right granted by the state of Tennessee The state law , requiring no literacy tests , asks only that the voter be a resident of the state for one year and a resident of the county for three months The Negroes possessed a majority of those...

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Comment SC Elections Create Lethargy Unlimited [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

Comment SC Elections Create Lethargy Unlimited By RICHARD SIGNER I don t give a damn about the Student Council . What does it do for me It has no power . These are some replies by F and M students when the topic of Student Council is brought up at one of the many bull sessions around the campus There is plenty of room for criticisms of Council , however , most of them are made by students who are ignorant of the facts Every student on campus should take an active , not passive interest in his student government . The blame for lack of _interest and respect toward Student Council should nod be heaped on the students alone The reasons for this state of affairs can be classified in two categories The first of these stems from trivalities in which Council often becomes engrossed while it fails to deal more effectively with the important problems that concern the student . This problem will be dealt with in subsequent columns . Poor organization is the other problem which plagues Council...

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DePuy , Scafidi Encounter Hostility On the Way to Sig Pi Convention [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

DePuy , Scafidi Encounter Hostility On the Way to Sig Pi Convention By DICK SCHUBERT Dean Hadley DePuy keynoted the national convention of the Sigma Pi fraternity in Biloxi , Mississippi , this summer . DePuy has been a member of the fraternity since his undergraduate days John Scafidi , vice-president of the F and M chapter , attended as the local representative To Persuade Delegates According to DePuy , his purpose in the speech was to persuade the delegates . . that any limitations of membership based on race , creed , or national origin was not only unwise but , indeed , ethically unsound . Scafidi said that the Dean s keynote address was perhaps the single most important factor in having all restrictive membership clauses removed Dean DePuy , commented Scafidi , got what he wanted , without alienating anybody . He added that , after the speech , people wanted to elect him president of the National ( Fraternity ) . The Dean made interesting comments about the South , especially ...

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Tremendous Ovations Given As Borodin Quartet Sparkles [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 6 October 1964

Tremendous Ovations Given As Borodin Quartet Sparkles By H . MILES GROTH Three standing ovations in tribute to the remarkable Borodin Quartet marked the opening performance of the Friday Evening Concert Series Making its first American appearance at F and M , the ensemble left the audience deeply moved and all but weak with spent emotion Immaculate Balance Highlighted by the smooth precision of the cello , and viola , the Russian artists played with immaculate balance , easily assumed from the moment they began their first number Compatabillty at its musical best complemented a fine sense of tempo and mutual inspiration among the artists The audience throughout the concert empathetically responded to the superb effects of well-defined transitions within the various movements of the works The program opened with the Prokofiev Quartet , Opus 92 Its first movement was played with zest and a sense of nuance of color The cello hauntmgly sang m the second movement , creating a superb efte...

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Geo Prof Serves as Project Consultant [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 October 1964

Geo Prof Serves as Project Consultant Dr Jacob Freedman of the geology department is serving as consultant foi the Earth Science Curriculum Project , a program designed to revamp the teaching of high school earth science courses Five high schools in Lancastei County have begun participation in this major national earth science program 310 Pennsylvania Schools The five Lancaster schools and five Hamsburg area schools were the only _Pcninylvania representatives among 75 schools thioughout the country selected for _participation in ESCP 1 ! le project is being conducted by the _American Geological Institute , ll » c » h grants from the National Sci- « _ici < Foundation It is expected to in- \ ol \ expenditure of between three and ¦ e _ulhon dollars before completion , _pto . My in 1966 Mainly Ninth Grade E ih science classes , mainly on the n » ii rrade level , are being taught Ul » SCP materials and guidance at l ) a it pating schools In ancaster County , the project is be ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 October 1964

Some Bewildered By Dinner Debate By DAVID L . HARRISON An infoimal dinner meeting Sunday at the Presidents house intended to tap student opinion about the possibility of additional involvement on their pait in College affans ended in pessimistic confusion for some of those who attended Asks Campus Leaders In _mtrooucin g the topic he wished to discuss , President Spalding began by asking the students , mostly leaders of various campus organizations , presidents of fraternities , and team captains , if there is any way to get students to concern themselves more with impoitant aspects of College life than they do now lie wondeicd whether students think of their four years here as a real expeuence or as a soit of stepping-stone between high school and career Students , Spalding declared , seem to spend too much time on peripheral issues such as drinking , social regulations and food problems instead of the moie oitical matters that concern a Lollcgc community Uncertainty As the student...

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SpaldingChallenges Campus [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 October 1964

SpaldingChallenges Campus President Clarifies Involvement Ideas By DICK KNEEDLER What I think this reaction show ; is the shortness of some people s memories , President Spalding commented after hear ing that some student leadcis weie worried that his statements Sunday evening imply that student organizations serve no important function The Negative Attitude Since his first meeting with Student Council last year , the President says that he has felt students should take a role m all the affairs that they can handle My attitude is by no means a negative one Rather , the Piesident feels that his statements Sunday evening were intended in the greatest good will , as a compliment He notes that on most campuses student leadeis aie invited to participate only in safe activities At F and M President Spalding has found u hat he considers to be an unusual level of maturity which deserves to be rewarded with a greater share in the governance of the College Academic Areas Specificallv the area...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Trustees Spalding To Tell Board Of Many Contributions [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 9 October 1964

Trustees Spalding To Tell Board Of Many Contributions A report to the boaid of trustees today by Piesident _Spalding i < expected to reveal that gifts and _pledges 1 eccived for the _college development program reached an all-time record level durins ; the lasi year . President Spalding is scheduled to present a report on the first year of the new 10 year development program at the board meetma beginning this morning ; on campus . Triples Last Year s Total Indications ate that the gift and pledge total he will report foi 1963-64 will exceed $ 2 _j 4 million . If this is the case , over three times as much money will ha \ c been raised as during the previous yeai . and nearly twice as much as _dunnaf the formci lecoid yeai foi fund laismg o The long-range development program , initiated last year , and the largest development effort in the college s history , has the objective ol obtaining $ 25 , 250 , 000 over a ten-year period . The over-all goal includes $ 8 , 250 , 000...

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
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