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Jr . Hall Hits Scientific Determinism or Slaying of Human Experience [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
Jr . Hall Hits Scientific Determinism or Slaying of Human Experience By KEITH A . KLINEDINST If you accept the scientific methL as a correct method of getting i 1 , jwledge , how can you deny its ap- |] . itation to everything This is the _Question Dr Richard Hall asked the ¦ _aiidience of this year s third Student- ;] lculty Forum His topic , Science vs Moral Valius , presented modern science as atti inptmg to become devoid of all value judgments Obiective Law For instance , in physics there is _Norton s law of motion , F = ma Simply stated , the force a body exerts on another is equal to the product of its mass and its acceleration This law is taken as a postulate of Newtonian mechanics No proof or justification foi its existence is ever gnen It is claimed to be neither good nor bad This is just the way things are The whole trend of modern science seems to be the expression of all phenomena ( ever human interactions ) as sets of dial readings , and to explain them by definite scie...
Trustees Adopt Freedom Statement [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
Trustees Adopt Freedom Statement ( Continued from Page 1 ) conscience of the instructor as he executes his academic trust Freedom Without Abuse The College cherishes freedom , but-it viill not vsclcomc to its center those who v \ ould irresponsibly abuse and dcstioy this freedom Members of a college faculty have then being both as scholars and as citizens , and in both loles they have sobei lesponsibihties _^ s a scholar the faculty member must depend on the stiength of his evidence and the soundness of his logic to earn lespect foi his conclusions The College , as an institution , takes no position cithei foi or against his conclusions , or his points of view Search For Truth But the College is an advocate foi the circumstances under which the seaich for truth can be pursued , and it therefoie insists on piotectmg the scholar in his fieedom to express the results of his inquiiies As a citizen , the faculty member has a special obligation to maintain a reputation foi integrity He mu...
Fackenthal Display Features Old Bard-Inspired Engravings [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
Fackenthal Display Features Old Bard-Inspired Engravings By LESLIE LENK . OWSKY The exhibition room of Fackenthal Library will be filled by Shakespeare and automobiles through November , as two major exhibitions are scheduded Already in progress is an exhibit selected from a collection of Boydell Shakespeare Engravings recently given to the College The collection of some 50 late 18 th century engravings was presented to the College by Mrs Elsie M Waterer of St Davids , Pa , in memory of her husband , Anthony Waterer , Sr The engravings were made between 1791 and 1805 from a group of paintings by leading British artists , depicting scenes from the plays of Shakespeare The paintings had been commissioned by John and Josiah Boydell and placed in a Pall Mall gallery opened to the public in 1789 . Professor Edward Brubaker , who annotated the current exhibit , said that some of the designs are among die best illustrations ever inspired by Shakespeare s work He said the skill of the engra...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
Humor Magazine To Meet in Keiper For Organisation Campus humorists are invited to meet at 7 p m tomorrow in room K . 409 of _uie liberaf-arls building to sign up to work on this yeai s humor magazine Editor Harold Fosnot indicates that writers , artists and advertising salesmen are especially needed No previous exper ience is necessary History The history of humor magazines at F and M had its ups and downs Until the middle fifties , there was an independent magazine which had considerable success Some of its pieces were printed in anthologies of college humor When it folded , the Student Weekly published an annual humor issue One of the highspots of it was a satinzation cf the Lancaster New Era in October of 1962 Last year , under the editorship of John Ellwood and Arthur Ghckman , the humor magazine established itself semi-independent of the Weekly . One issue of the magazine , called the _Catalog , was published and its spoof of the college bulletin was greeted With generally favo...
Scoring Pass Clinches Win For Dips ( 3-0 ) [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
Scoring Pass Clinches Win For Dips ( 3-0 ) Grid , Soccer Squads Maintain Undefeated Sla es With Murono teaming wi * Rich the ground , the B , BJ _, _— _I _^^^ T _^ Si Johnson and Larry Graham through 47 yards m 13 play . b _*™ j _^ _ * _™ 18-yard line before time ran the airlanes while Alleborn and Dave short m their bid for a firs down m on l y Slpper . y were carving out yardage on In the closing moments of the half , out _^^ _^ _JJ scampe r . _———— _-a _, _^ ¦ m ¦ _s _mmaBUaUNIKKnMKKRFi _? _ . _ 2 S 2 _SffiflMI DIPLOMAT DODRILS . . . Safety Dick It was a rain-drenched but happy bunch of F and M gridders that trooped into the warmth of the locker room late Saturday afternoon following a hard fought 6-5 triumph over Dickinson ¦ which enabled them to take over leadership of the MAC Southern Division s football sweepstakes Spoiling Dickinson s Homecoming festivities , the Big Blue overcame a 5-0 deficit late in the fourth period when quarterback Seiki Murono combined with Bill Glasse...
Ace Booter Views Passing Scene [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
Ace Booter Views Passing Scene A young man with a sleepy-eyed look , Paul Adogh becomes transformed into a bundle of seemingl y inexhaustible energy whenever he makes the switch from street shoes to soccer cleats Hailing from Lome , Togo , _BIMHHHHHB Adogli has competed with dis- ^ kSHP | _RJJJHB | tinction not only in soccer , but HBHEjjSi _^ HfiS a so m _sucu varied sports as I _^ _HEliilflHH cricket , track , field hockey , and UHBKHmB _^ wiS volleyball . He has coached an _^ _PWM _ffP African _hiuh school club of boot- ¦¦^ _BpfK _^ _K _^ erS t 0 a con _^ erencc cnampion- ^^^ Hwfl _^^^ H ship , and has spearheaded a colHHUkJHIH e S e sf iuad to a division title en Pete Keers route t 0 Sarnering MVP honors Sports Editor for his spirite &lt;? play- He is cur _ rently a stabilizing force on the young Diplomat crew of booters which is bringing a 3-0-1 slate into this Saturday s Homecoming encounter with Johns Hopkins . It is more than dazzling footwork , pinpoint passing abil...
Devils Topple Harriers [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
Devils Topple Harriers F and M _ s varsity harriers will be . eighth respectively with F and MS seeking a decisive victory when they host Johns Hopkins in this Saturdays Homecoming meet For the Diplomats , this meeting with the Blue Jays marks their first appearance at home this fall Faulkner Paces Devils Repeating his triumph of a year ago , Gordon Faulkner paced Dickinson to a 24-31 verdict over the Big Blue last Saturday This marks the second consecutive season in which F and M has fallen prey to the Red Devils by that count A step behind his teammate , Mike Nemec placed second for the hosts , while Dave Thome , John Buddington , and Marty Kendig copped the next three spots for the Diplomats . Charley Smith , Chuck Badgley , and Greg Haider iced the victory for the Devils by placing sixth , seventh , and k _^ SSH Bob _Kier , Rich Tosh , and Bill Belzer rounding the scoring for the losers Following the meet with Johns Hopkins , the Diplomats host Moravian , Delaware Valley , Eliza...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
Booters C xk In Overtm e By MARK _SKL- _^ overtime b \ Two goals . Leulfcn and Jon Crawford _enabl- , . indefeat ed F and M to break a . deadlock and nip Dickinson 7-5 o , lie loser ; field The Red Devils spuiti 10 a 31 _halftime advantage as To , % Herman punched his first three ol _fu c shotpast Dip goaltender Jim Buntint Andy Lucarelh recorded : n ( sole F and M marker Action in the second _luilf turned out to be almost a din t contrast with first half play LculUn tallied twice and Crawford _onci mule Her man added two more markc i • , to gi \ c the Red Devils a 5-4 lead With ten seconds remaining in re « ul , _jtion _pla \ right forward Uve Mevu drilled an 8 foot shot into the uppci tight cor ner of the Dickinson _cage to send the game into overtime Leuffen Tallies Chniher The winners notched then lead goal with 4 30 gone in the fust o \ er time as Leuffen headi . d Ins tmrd score past goalie Dave Smith _fuo minutes later , at 1 23 of tin second extra stan / a , Crawford addid a...
Cadets Stop Frosh Club [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 20 October 1964
Cadets Stop Frosh Club By DANE DETRICK The Franklin and Marshall freshmen footballers , after taking the lead for the first time this season , diopped a 19-7 decision to the Pennsylvania Military College yearlings last Friday The Little Dips have lost all four of their starts to date F and M scored first in the opening period on a three-yard run by . halfback Dick Krouse , an outstanding performer throughout the contest . Paul Raffer booted the extra i point The frosh drive was sparked , by the passing of quarterback Dave Shultz A 60-yard run by Bill Piper ac- &lt; counted for the opening PMC tally ! The Cadets moved ahead on a 35- - yard pass from Doug Morris to Clay _Jasilowski . The victors final score * came on a three-yard plunge by Jim Dudley |* The Little Dips of Coach Chuck _S Winsor , still seeking their initial win , ; host the Johns Hopkins first-year eleven Friday in the campaign finale .
P . P . &M ., Kai Winding , Football Game To Highlight Homecoming Weekend [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
P . P . &amp;M ., Kai Winding , Football Game To Highlight Homecoming Weekend By TOM MORRIS Peter , Paul and Mary , the _Kai Winding Orchestia and the football Same against Carnegie Tech will highlight the Homecoming Weekend which begins tonight Leading Recording Artists The _tuo of Petci Yanow , Paul Stookey and Maiy Mhn Ti avers which uas voted the top LP recording artists by Billboard magazine in 1963 , will perform at 8 30 tomorrow c \ emng in Ma _&gt; ser Gymnasium Among the songs in their concert will be selections from their album Peter . Renowned fclk-singimj tiio Petei , Paul , and Mary , who will appear to morrow night in Mayser Gym . 1 Paul and Mary , Moving and In . myself the Wind , all of which have won gold records for them Varied Lives All thiee of the artists have led a varied life before becoming members of the trio Peter s degree mi ps &gt; chology from Cornell University suggested a position with a _television research fiim Then , at the l...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
( Democrats Score % ig in Faculty Poll ; _ISJ Wins 57-4 I By MEL SHANDLER The Republican Party experienced _s , distastrous defeat at the hands of the uxty-one voting members of the F and \ li faculty , as Democrats Lyndon [ ohnson and Hubeit Humphrey comiilcd fifty-seven votes compared to foui oi Republican hopefuls Barry GoldIvatci and William Miller 1 Reporter Poll j The poll was taken by the REP ORTER last week and terminated _JFnday afternoon at 3 At that time I he . seciet ballots were collected fioir he secretaries of each department The poll itself consisted of the natonal , Pennsylvania , and local elccions These particular races wcic hosen because most faculty _mcmbeis yivc in the areas in which those canjHidales are running 1 Blatt , OBrien Triumph 1 The Presidency and Vice-Piesidencv _Vcrc . not the only branches of the cle ( - jtion in which the Republicans experienced an overwhelming defeat In the fScnitniial race , Genevieve Blatt accumulated forty-two votes w hereas ...
Campus Groups To Sponsor Mascot — Choosing Contest [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
Campus Groups To Sponsor Mascot — Choosing Contest Five campus organizations ha \ c combined then cffoi ts to sponsoi a contest to choose a mascot foi the College The oigam / _ations aic- Interfratcinity Council . Student Council , Student Union Boaid . REPORTER , and WWFM All fi \ c aic contubuting money foi a prize for the winner of the contest Lichtenstein Statement The contest is being uin , accoiding to co-ordmatoi Ed Lichtenstein . because thcie is at present no one symbol to identif _) the College Lichtenstein said This contest is an attempt , by students themselves , to lcmcdv this situation The ccntest , beginning today , is cpen to all students , faculty , and alumni An entry blank is printed in today s REPORTER It should be dated , filled in , and returned to the College post office , WWFM offices _, or REPORTER offices No \ ember 11 Closing Suggestions will be accepted until Novembci 11 when the judges will pick seini-finahsts \ winner will then be chosen by a ballot of ...
Weekend Schedule [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964
Weekend Schedule TODAY 7 : 30 p . m . Pep Rally 9 : 00 p . m . All College-Alumni Dance , Mayser Center Kai Winding Orchestra Selection of Homecoming Queen TOMORROW 10 . 00 a . m . Alumni Registration Mayser Physical Education Center 10 : 00 a . m . Coffee Hour for Alumni Referral Program Browsing Room , Fackenthal Library 10 : 30 a . m . Alumni Referral Program Seminar Admissions activities of the previous year . ind objectives for the coming year will be discussed . All alumni are invited . Anspach Room , Fackenthal Library 11 : 00 a 1 m . Soccer game—Johns Hopkins 11 . 30 a . m . Alumni Tailgate Picnic 12 noon Homecoming Parade 1 : 00 p . m . Pre-Game Program on Williamson Field 1 : 30 p m . Homecoming Game—Carnegie Tech 1 : 43 p . m . Cross Country meet—Johns Hopkins 3 : 4 j p . m . President s Reception Mayser Physical Education Center j _ 00 p . m . fraternity activities and open house in dormitories 6 00 p . m . Buffet supper in dormitory and fraternity dining halls 8 : 30 p ...