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Diplomats Topple Swarthmore For Second Straight Triumph [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 October 1964
Diplomats Topple Swarthmore For Second Straight Triumph By PETE KEERS F and M , its vaunted aerial attack stymied by a stubborn Swarthmore secondary , capitalized on several Garnet miscues to register a 21-12 triumph over the Little Quakers in a contest at Clothier Field last Saturday The victory , coupled with last week s success over Johns Hopkins makes this the first Diplomat gridiron squad since 1959 to post two consecutive victories . Completing only four passes in fifteen attempts , Diplomat quarterback Seiki Murono relied largely on roll outs , the solid rushing of Dave Sipperly , and the strong defensive performance turned in by the Big Blue after Swarthmore had twice penetrated their ten-yard line without being able to score . Garnet Tally Early Striking early , Swarthmore opened up activities in . the first stanza by marching 59 yards in six plays with a 23-yard touchdown pass from yearling quarterback John Summerton to Hap Peelle capping the drive Highlighting the series ...
Frosh Bow In Opening Tilt [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 October 1964
Frosh Bow In Opening Tilt By ALAN COHEN George Engemann s coaching debut at F and M opened on a disappointing note as his frosh soccer squad dropped a 3-1 decision to powerful Hill School on the victor s home field last Wednesday . With goalie Rich Dwyer recording three spectacular saves while center _nlfback Jim Grant and right halfback Don Wiight were also shining on defense , the Diplomats held the prcpsters scoreless during the first two Host Motel Barber Shop lower level 2 — Barbers — 2 John ( Jake ) Artigiani 394-34 T 2 8 : 30 A . M . - 6 P . M . Daily including Thors . Sat . 8 : 30 A . M . to 5 P . M . stanzas of play . Glover Scores For Dips Falling behind by a 2-0 margin by the beginning of the fsnal period F and M registered its fust scoic on a goal by Steve Glovei before Hill iced its victory . An encouraging note was the fact that the team appeared to be in fine condition , thereby fosteimg Coach Engemans hopes that they will fare nicely in their remaining foui contests ...
Yearlings Fall To Engineers In Grid Play [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 October 1964
Yearlings Fall To Engineers In Grid Play Frosh back drives into Drexel s line with limited success in last Friday s encounter with the Engineers . ( Photo by _Schloss ) By DANC _DORKK I he _Du \ cl licshnian ilouu wtl locJ a second-half _aciwl _bumbii _mcMit by I 1 and M s w . _nlini ! Joollnl _crs to capiuie a 12-G \ nloi \ in ill losci _ s lioinc opcnei last 1 &gt; _idi \ Little Dips ha \ e now di &lt; ip )) til ill _jtraighL contests The visilois jumped oil u &gt; an ml lead on a 37-vaid tuudidimn pa from quailcibatk Dau _Vsinti John Pd / ota Ron Saddlu _ullicd on second-penod 1-yaid pluiuv t « &lt;&lt;&gt; ni plclc the _Drexel scomm Both olr point attempts wcic stoppul b \ th F and M forwaid wall It il 1 * R _* Bockcnkioegei , Paul Raffi i an 1 Ball ShulU Flashes _Piomw : The losers unleashed . i slums P 1 _ _ing attack to dominate p ! _N * second half Qusuteibact 1 »« Sim completed 13 _tosses m -il &lt; UL 1 l ) b account ...
Dickinson Maintains Lead By Trouncing Ford Eleven [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 13 October 1964
Dickinson Maintains Lead By Trouncing Ford Eleven Unbeaten Dickinson ( 3-0 ) remained on top of the MAC Southern Division gridiron race by registering a 23-6 triumph over Haverford on the losers home field last Saturday Leading by a 7-6 count at _halftime , the Red Devils , with quarterback Harold Harris spearheading the attack , tallied 16 points during the third period This Saturday Dickinson will be hosting F and _&gt; M in quest of recording its fourth consecutive triumph over the Big Blue In a tilt at _Allentovn , Muhlenberg used a 39-yard pass and lateral play in the final minute of action to edge PMiC _, 7-6 , before a Parent s Day crowd of 3 , 700 Mules Down PMC The Mules chalked up their score when quarterback Terry Haney hit Dave Binder with a 20-yard toss at the Cadets 19 , and Binder then lateraled to Rich McCIoskey who crossed the final stripe to deadlock the game at 6-6 Lee Berry then kicked the extra point for the victory , Muhlenberg s second since an opening...
Congress Passes NDEA Act [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
Congress Passes NDEA Act F and M Assured Full Grant ; 286 on Campus Use Funds By MARC M . SILBERT A three-year extension and expansion of the National Defense Education Act ( NDEA ) was approved by Congress before adjournment Mr Ronald Wertz , director of student aid , stated that until the passage of the new NDEA bill , the College had received an advanced check for one-third the amount of funds it was allotted He explained that the remaining two-thirds of the appropriation to F and M was contingent upon the amount of money granted to the program by Congrtss With the thice-year extension and expansion of the program , the College is assured of lcceiving the full remainder of its NDEA monies Nineteen Per Cent Foi the 1964-65 academic year 286 students or 19 % of the F and M enrollment hold National Defense Student Loans Sixty-june per cent of all students at F and M who are leccivmg financial aid have NDSL loans In the past three years , the amount of money that F and M receives fro...
Calvin Baker Organizer of Group To Assist N . Y . Negro Students [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
Calvin Baker Organizer of Group To Assist N . Y . Negro Students By LESLIE LENKOWSKY A strong sense of obligation in a gioup of Negro college students in the Bedford-Stuyvesant area of Brooklyn , New York , has led to the creation of a unique program , designed to awaken potential abilities and to encourage college applications by Negro junior and senior high school students Baker F ounder A founder of the program is Calvin Baker , a native of Bedford-Stuy-vesant and a senior at F and M Working together on a voter registration pioject during the restless summei m New York , Baker and Beveily Gorham , a Barnaid College sophomore , sensed the urgency of making clear to Negro students with college ability that college is not something out of the question Thus , the Student Center for College Information was born Negro Area Bedfoid-Stuy \ esant is an area commonly termed slum This predominantly Neiro area is doubled with the problems common to low income and highly crowded neighborhoods...
Millersville , F & M Meet On Common Problems [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
Millersville , F &amp; M Meet On Common Problems In an effort to discovei possible reasons for recent conflicts between students of F and M and Millersvillc and to discuss possible remedies , students and administratois of the two schools met Monday night at Millersville Eight students , joined by Dean Hadley DePuy and Mr Stanley Plummer , director of residence , dined with four students and five administrators from Millersville and _latei adjourned to a conference room to talk over the issue . Nothing Definite Although nothing definite resulted from the _^ _atherinsr _, the major topic of discussion centered around the social lelations be ¬ tween the two schools The Millersville students commented that opinion among their men was that F and M should not be permitted to attend functions of the state college and that they should not bus Millersville co-eds en masse to F and M social events F and M Student Council President Mike Yaggy expressed what he believed to be the schoo...
CCSC Punishes Student Violators Of Beverage Law [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
CCSC Punishes Student Violators Of Beverage Law Reprimands have been given tc two students , a freshman and a sophomore , by the College Committee on Student Conduct for violation of the Pennsylvania regulation concerning the consumption of alcoholic beverages by minors . Separate Incidents Dean of Students Hadley S DePuy reported that the students were involved in separate incidents , but that in each case the student was arrested by officers of the Lancaster police force In the F and M Student Handbook under the heading Guidelines ( or Conduct it is stated- The use , -possession or serving of alcoholic beverages in College buildings , residences or fraternities is prohibited Ml persons while in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania are subject to the Pennsylvania Liquor and Penal Code Consequences Under the heading Disciplinary Vctions and Penalties , the Handbook explains the consequences of receiving a reprimand penalty A . Given , in . cases of serious misconduct or in eases of repe...
Democrat Students Ask Scranton To Forsake Goldwater [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
Democrat Students Ask Scranton To Forsake Goldwater The Students for Johnson-Hum-phrey of Lancaster County have submitted a letter to Pennsylvania Governor William Scranton asking him to cast aside the expedient of party loyalty and to speak out against Senator Goldwater as he did befoie the Republican Convention The letter implores the Governor to oppose the GOP . candidate once more in behalf of the honorable tradition and treasured principles of the _Republican Party According to the letter , the hour of crisis described in a June 28 telecast by Governor Scranton is approaching and the student organization solicits Scranton s help to defeat a man whom he has called a trigger-happy dreamer Scranton s criticism of Goldwater is not analogous to President John- ( Continued on Page 4 )
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
Primary Victors The following nine candidates emerged victorious in the freshman class primary for Student Council posts . From these candidates , the class will elect three representatives . Kevin Bitz Peter Gibbons-Neff Dan Hoth Richard Jarashow Donald Kamens Marty Laufer Richard Meirowitz Robert Mendel Joseph Woods This afternoon , the REPORTER will interview each of the nine remaining candidates for office Their views will be printed in the Tuesday edition of the paper ( Oct . 20 ) . The editors have announced that the paper will not support any candidates . They feel that the freshmen have not been on campus long enough for their records to be judged adequately .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
Guest Speaker i . c American Institute of Physic _-tudent Section will hold a me , -ng Friday , Oct . 16 , at 1 : 30 P » in S-100 . A talk concerning _E 1 m s Theory of Relativity en- _«! Deflection of Light Around u k _iun will be given by Professoi Henry Hill of Wesleyan Unim &gt; j . _^ ¦ students and faculty are insa * to attend .
Supreme Court Strengthens -Giant Urban Areas ! [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
Supreme Court StrengthensGiant Urban Areas ! I On June 15 , 1964 , the Supreme Court , in a sweeping decision , reshaped the whole philosophy of our state legislative system in its ruling that the upper and lower i houses of state legislatures will have to be constructed on a basis of population This as a signal that political power has now been placed in the hands of the huge &lt; urban centers . ; Chicago To Control In application this means that Cook County , Illinois , while it only comprises 17 % of the state s area , will control 51 % of the seats in the _^ _H _^ _n City area will control 64 % of the l _| MBiI 5 | H | g What this will mean to a state _li _^^ jfjBsMSi to stand , the State of Illinois will _BcgSBfiflHSj forward by Chicago . Downstate _mSHSHHI will be powerless to keep a legis- Parker lature dominated by Chicago machine politics from funneling the lion s share of state revenues into Chicago projects and programs _, Fourteenth Amendment Is Basis The basis ...
I New York Senator Race I Poses Interesting Questions [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
I New York Senator Race I Poses Interesting Questions The New York senatorial race between Republican incumbent Kenneth Keating and Democratic former United States Attorney General Robert Kennedy is one of the most crucial races in the Union . A victory for Keating is crucial to the moderate Republicans in the fight for party control if Goldwater loses A victory for Kennedy is absolutely essential if his dreams of running for a national office on a strong base in New York are to be realized No Issues There is an absence of meaningful issues in this race . The competition is being based on the broad and ill-de-fined field of personalities There _^^^^^^^^^_ are two types of campaigns being _^^^^^^^^^^^ H is more interested in selling him- ** _*^ s * _^^^^* self than in attacking Keating . Yaggy To this campaign Kennedy br ings a famous name , an unusual amount of candor , money , and intense involvement Wherever he goes he draws large crowds and these crowds , though they seem more in...
_EDITORIALS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
_EDITORIALS Need for Canned Consensus ? Published on page 3 of todays REPORTER is the entire text of the report of the committee appointed by Student Council to evaluate this fall s Canadensis retreat for student leaders . It endorses the idea of the conference but criticizes it for a lack of planning and concrete results . We agree that the sessions could have been better planned and more productively run . But the implication that the conference should have been planned with certain goals in mind , that it should be highly structured in order that all the organizations could leave the conference with constructive policies for the coming year , worries us . The suggestion sounds admirable , but the purpose ot the meetings at Canadensis was not necessarily to accomplish a lot of concrete things . What we rather expected was that the student leaders would get together , hear about each others functions come to know each other and the administration better and return to campus with a ...
Intra-Mural Injuries [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
Intra-Mural Injuries Its a good thing St . Joe s Hospital is just down the street . Maybe we can even begin to hold a few classes there . Tackle football is a rough sport . Touch football shouldnt be , but all the injuries on campus during the past couple weeks from intramural football indicate that something is wrong . The past week has brought on a rash of in | uries to team members . One player is in the hospital , several others have cracked ribs , severed tongues , and assorted severe bruises . These in- [ uries , which raight be | ustified as part of the game represent a serious loss of well-being and time for students , who should be otherwise occupied . Campus independent and fraternity football teams are going out on the field to win , at whatever the cost . The players often seem to forget that they are not wearing protective equipment of any sort . One of the reasons for the many injuries has been the nonprofessional referees who officiate at the games . These referees ar...