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PMC To Host Dip Yearlings [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
PMC To Host Dip Yearlings By DANE DETRICK The F and M freshman footballers travel to Pennsylvania Military College today , seeking their initial win of the season A sputtering offense has handicapped the team throughout _, the first three games as the gndders have scored only six points m each loss During last Friday s reversal at the hands of the Drexel yearlings , the Little Dips unveiled a passing attack which had been missing in the squad s previous encounters Quarterback Dave Shulu completed 13 passes , six to rangy end Karl Slick The frosh tallied oa a 25-yard pass from Shultz to halfback Dave Stamslawc 7 yk Following the game , Coach Chuck Winsor commented , The boys made a real fine comeback in the second half We had opportunities to win the game , but we just didn t come through Twice we just missed first downs deep in Drexel temtory , and we had a pass dropped in the end zone The coach was pleased with the play of Shultz , Slick , and defensive standouts Russ Boekenkroeger...
Radio Initiates Sports Award [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
Radio Initiates Sports Award By FRANK WINSLOW Diplomat gridiron quarterback Seiki Murono was selected by a six-man board as the first recipient of WWFMs Athlete of The Week Award This innovation , designed to pay tribute to the outstanding F and M athlete in each weeks sports activities , is in the form of a plaque , upon which the names of the respective winners will be engraved Deadlocked for runner-up honors behind Murono were soccer ace Paul Adogh and cross-country co-captain Dave Thome Composing the voting committee aie Athletic Director S Woodrow Sponaugle , frosh gridiron mentor Chuck Winsor , trainer Bob Getchell , Dncctor of Intramural Athletics Mike Lewis , WWFM Sports Director Mark Bicler , and Pete Keers , COLLEGE REPORTER Sports Editor and director of the college sports information bureau Intramural Notes In I-F gridiron action Kappa Sig ( 3-0 ) upended previously undefeated Chi Phi ( 3-1 ) while Phi Psi ( 3-0 ) was idle In other contests Delta 1 Sig trounced Sig Pi 42-...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
Learning about a European buffet 25 , 000 EUROPEAN JOBS Grand Duchy of Luxembourg —25000 jobs in Europe are available to students desiring to Spend a summer abroad but could not otherwise afford it . Monthly wages range to $ 300 and jobs include resort , office , child carefactory , farm and shipboard work . $ 250 travel grants will be given to the first 5000 applicants . Job and travel grant applications and foil details are available in a 36page illustrated booklet which students nay obtain by sending $ 2 ( for the booklet and airmail postage ) to Dept . O , American Student Information Service , 22 Ave , de la Liberte _, Luxembourg City , Grand Decay of Luxem-
Harriers Face Dickinson Saturday [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
Harriers Face Dickinson Saturday Gordon Faulkner , winner of top laurels in seven of Dickinson s ten cross-country meets in 1963 , heads a cast of eight returning Iettermen who will be pitted against Roy Phillips Diplomat harriers in Carlisle this Saturday . Included in the group are captain Mike Nemec , Bill Aldred , Gene Badgley , Jim Hatch , Mark Lauer , Bob Numper , and Dave Sleeper . Several promising freshmen will be joining the squad which compiled a 7-3 slate a year ago . During the course of the campaign ihe Red Devils topped F and M 24-31 . Dave Thome will be leading the Diplomat charges which also will include Rich Tosh , John Buddington , Marty _Kenditr , Bill Belzer , and Rnh Kicr .
Dr . Scott Claims Todays Literature Depicts Life as an Utter Damnation [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
Dr . Scott Claims Todays Literature Depicts Life as an Utter Damnation By TOM PHILLIPS Dr Nathan A . Scotts religion lecture , first of the series , began with the comment that everywhere today the modern arts are being made subject to intense theological study . Dr Scott is Professor of Theology and Literature in the Divinity School of Chicago Today s literature is a literature of extreme situations , he said . Man is shown in the acute situation where he is forced to see that he should be rather than not be The great literature of our period approaches man at the limit of his sovereignty Many of our writers have Dr . Nathan A . Scott made us feel that the world for them was very nearly a nightmare Scott cited James Joyce as an example of this trend He also commented that the dominant metaphors are those of dearth , deprivation , and degradation . He presented the idea that modern writers , by saying You must change your life , have made the Christian community feel that they are p...
Could Bergman ' s Players B _? Part of a Modern Christ Story ? [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
Could Bergman s Players B _? Part of a Modern Christ Story ? By MICHAEL HENRY Ingmar Bergman s The Magician elicited the mixed feelings of halfdoubt , partial confusion , and a slight sense of p leasure in the satire of humanity The movie , first in the Fine Arts Program series for this season , was played to a capacity audience m Hcnsel Hall last Saturday night Workable Interpretation Peihaps the most workable interpretation of this vintage Bergman is the hypothesis that Volger , the magician , was to represent the Christ If this be die case , then the actions of the principle characters involved can be founded on logical motnes On the way through a forest _moie typical of a grade B Vincent Pric horror show , the magician entountei a drunk near death and cradles hi tenderly in his arms I he _enrountt is but the beginning of the magician preoccupation with death , a iact m idly shown when the drunk ham been taken into the magicians coacli relates the gradual ebbing a « ai t life fro...
! -F Party .- Some Singular Situations [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
! -F Party .- Some Singular Situations By ALEX CONNORS The scene of much conviviality and fraternalism last Friday evening , the Inter-Fraternity Dance sponsored by ZBT also provided incontestable evidence that it is not at all difficult for a lowly freshman to enjoy these festivities in total anonvmity . ; While the band was superb , the food superior , and the ladies superlative , I must confess that the keynote of my evening was struck the first time I was refused admittance by the doorman . My pride greatly wounded , unobtrustively I entered through the rear door of this revered establishment and partook of the pleasures onlv _^ T _^ Z an f joy - Needless to say &gt; : _awai 1 with bated breath the pledging rituals which will entitle me to shed my mask next February and jam m these celebrations in a more obtrusive manner .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 16 October 1964
Appel Nom inated For A . M . A _Office Dr . James Z \ i &gt; : d aI £ &gt; i the F and M health * « _= ll 3 &gt; m selected as one of « u indld _ 110 _^ the presidency of the crican ical Association Appel s service to t licdl _^ f fession began in 19 . _» La From local service , 1 ¦ tiwu « _« extended to state , n ll 1 a ternational levels He organized the _t _&lt;** service in 1943 His c _^ _** _itics include being hei thc g al Hospitals medical »¦ a of die Diffenbaug h I • llC &gt; 3 ri and physician of L &lt; Hollic ( Continued on _^ e •
Wise-Brittingham Debate Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
Wise-Brittingham Debate Tomorrow Sidney Wise , piofessor of government , and George Bnttingham , piofessoi of public addiess , will debate the _coming general election in Hcnsel Hall tomoriow night at 8 In the debate Wise will support President Lyndon Johnson . Bnttingham will support Senator Barry Goldwater . The debate , under the sponsoiship of the Government Club , it titled Lyndon B Johnson \ s Batry M . Goldwatei Moderator Dean of Students Hadlcy DePuy has _agieed to moderate the debate Theie will be two ten-minute _opening statements . The order of speaking will be decided by a flip of a com _Following the opening statements theie will be four five-minute rebuttal peiiods . The speakers will alternate these periods , each of them _having two peiiods This section of the debate will take appioximartely 45 minutes A ten minute intermission Hours Established For Open House In Residence Halls Upon the _iccommendations of the residence halls staff , the following hours have been es...
= ggH | COLLEGE m REPOR TER [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
= ggH | COLLEGE m REPOR TER 1 , No 26 Lancaster , Pa , October 20 , 1964 Four Pages _trustees Adopt Broad Statement fan Academic Freedom , Tenure _Vi comprehensive statement on acaInic freedom and faculty tenure was fopted by the Board of Trustees [ College President Keith Spalding [ d the document represents the culInation of more than nine months of jeful work by members of the faculelected Committee on Professional kndards , members of the Board of rustees , various senior members of e faculty , and administrative officers jK Spalding Statement _SB The statement puts into effect the _Iffinciples and policies that have been InKognized by the College in the past , Jslalding said , adding , the value of Ijwis is that it gives us a clean and ISambiguous base on which to opi&amp;te m matters of academic freedom ad faculty tenure . Iftle added , The Board has taken a Wrther step of stating its own commitfjffent to the principles of academic | lftcdom in a way that will be highl...
Clark Addresses Bi-Partisan Group Summarizes Chief Election Issues [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
Clark Addresses Bi-Partisan Group Summarizes Chief Election Issues By JEFF HAY Pennsylvania Senator Joseph Clark _, addressing a bi-paitisan audience dial packed the Green Room , last Wednesday strongly endorsed the JohnsonHumphrey presidential ticket anc Gcnevieve Blatt s senatorial candidacy while assailing Republican opposition During the lecture sponsoied by Students for Johnson , Clark observed , &lt;\ s I sec the issues in this campaign , they can be _summamed in the three general headings peace , prosperity , and responsibility 111 government Peace Through Strength Accoiding to Clark , the Johnson administration intends to follow a policy toward peace through tough , hard-boiled negotiation from strength , with the purpose of bringing the cold war to an end Comparing this policy with Gold water s forecast of inevitable nuclear war within five to ten years , the Senatoi charged that Goldwater has failed to reah / e the ineffectiveness of all-out wai in settling differe...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
A . C . S . Meeting ¦ ¦ ¦ Student Affiliate Branch of to _American Chemical Society old its first meeting Thursdl t 7 : 30 in room K-l 10 of the l ! &gt; arts building . * program will include a talk _^ Alfred Reingold , F and M _II us Reingold will show slides in _cuss the chemical and indust ! 1 ispects of electron micros- : o leshments will be served , and _III -rested persons are invited to at
REPORTER Interviews Frosh Council Hope ) ih [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
REPORTER Interviews Frosh Council Hope ) ih The editorial board of the REPORTER conducted interviews with each of the nine candidates competing for the three Student Council freshman class seats last Friday afternoon in its Martman Hall offices Although Che board decided that it would be unfair to support particular candidates , the very nature of the interview procedure demands that the write-ups be of an editorial nature Each of the candidates was requested to bring a statement of his qualifications and list of the proposals he advocates to the interview . Editorial board members reviewed the past record of each man and questioned him about his policy statements The candidates were also quizzed about campus events in order to determine if they had a working knowledge of campus activity and news . Topics such as die Canadensis retreat , the College Committee on Student Conduct , items of Student Council business and REPORTER editorials were Kevin Bitz Kevin Bitz graduated from West...
Senator Clark Defines Campaign Issues Here [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
Senator Clark Defines Campaign Issues Here ( Continued from Page 1 ) likes to shoot from the hip He likes to live in a dream world—whose dreams are exceeded only by those of ihis running mate William Miller On To Scott The Senator did not limit his blows to Goldwater , but turning to Republican Senator Hugh Scott , termed him an explosive gentleman who I would not like to see back there in the time of crisis Senator Clark depicted Goldwater as having no concept of economics or sociology and no sense of responsibility Among the alleged Goldwater statements mentioned by Clark were If I had my way , I would saw off the Eastern seaboard and let it float out tc sea and sink . No American child has the right to an education That is the responsibility of the family The United States has no place in the United Nations . Goldwater s Strength When asked to account for Goldwater s apparent strength , Clark replied , I don t know of any strength . [ Applause ] There has always been a lunatic fr...
_flU ' reporter [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
_flU reporter Published semi weekly throughout the college year except for vacations by un 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&amp;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 Hcrtman Hall Basement , Phone 392-3732 Printed at Forry &amp; Hacker , 248 East Liberty Street , Lancaster , Penna Application for second clasi mailing permit granted March 16 , 1964 at Lancaster . Penna