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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

_jSH COLLEGE Election Resulfs _J 9 il _^^ 9 _^ H _^^ W m f \ j _^\ _^^ _*•¦ ¦ ¦ _* _M _^ Winners in the Election for the three fresh- _^ m _QS _^ H _^^ r w _* _^^ r ¦ U m L ¦ M . men positions on Student Council Wednesday k _^ J _tfflpd _^ m m _tT _^ m m MB m m m _^ were R Donald Kamens , Richard Jarashow and I _ImJBBI _ ™ * ° berf MendeL

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_5 _DITOMIAILS [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

_5 _DITOMIAILS On Homecoming Walking through the new dorm construction a few weeks ago , we were struck with the changes that have occured on the campus since we first entered the College a little over three years ago On our first Homecoming the football team suffered a 26-C defeat at the hands of Trinity College beside the half-completed Mayser Physical Education Center When we left Williamson Field , we stared out over the empty spaces behind Schnader to avoid having to talk about sports Even aside from football the campus wasn t a happy place . A new Dean of Students had | ust arrived to try to smooth over the ill-feelings created between students and administration and faculty by a not during the previous semester . To answer the discontent on campus , some new things were being tned-SUB Football Days , Student Responsibility , no hazing of freshmen But morale was hardly improved when the Board of Trustees announced another raise in tuition to $ 1390 If one is deeply involved wi...

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Wilson Warns Students _kay Become Forgotten on _Campus [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Wilson Warns Students _kay Become Forgotten on _Campus Engulfed by the knowledge industry that American colleges and universities are becoming , today s college student is in danger of becoming the forgotten man of higher education . President Logan Wilson of the American Council on Education warned yesterday Speaking at the college s 178 th Founders Day Ceremony Dr Wilson declaied that amid the demands made upon colleges by communities , industries , and government agencies , there is a recurrent need to recall that colleges were created primarily for students The seller s market m higher education which has young people clamoring for admission to college , said Dr Wilson , makes it all too easy fot teachers and _administrators to avoid confionting issues involving students He added Because others are standing m line to take the places of the dropouts , there is a danger of our becoming mdiffer- ; nt , if not callous , to the sources of discontent and the causes of failure Less Con...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Alumnus Wants To See Displays To the Editors : In my faiily recent era at Franklin and Marshall , one of the delights of Homecoming Day was a leisurely post-game stroll with one s date tc the various fraternity houses , to peruse the superb displays and to compaie one s opinion with that of the judges Last Homecoming Day I again began the circuit , only to discover that almost all the displays had been reduced to an unesthetic heap of baling ivne and tissue papei fastei than a powei shift in the Kremlin Letters to the Editors Faster Pace I was at first leady to concede that the allegedly much faster pace of today s college life must be responsible for such speedy action , but then I _icmembered that when I had \ isited the university of my graduate woik two weeks _eaiher , the great majority of the displays were still drawing admiring glances on Sunday afternoon It could of course be that the childien of northwest Lancaster are more destructive than they were a decade ago , but I sh...

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Hi ' reporter [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Hi reporter Published semi weekly throughout the college year except for vacc _, = m dergraduates of Franklin and Marshall College , Lancaster , Pa , beir expo sion in 1964 of the Student Weekly , a union in 1915 of the Col ! Sluden founded in T 88 ] , and the f-SM Weekly , founded in 1891 The opinions of this | Ournal are those of the editors and editon _Oo ° n do not represent official opinion Editors-in-chief David L Harrison and Richard Kneedler News Editor Features Editor _* P . for Marc _Silbert Gordon Prager r KeeIS Photography Editni Copy Editor Busine _J _ a 9 er Bruce _Vielton Robert _Siverling Pe evlt _ n Features : Elio * Ivanhoe , Assistant Editor , Dick Schubeit and Steve Si , SP _«« Sraff , Oave _Hjo \ , Leslie Lenkowsky , Rick Owen , Gerry Marcus • ip Gerald Pallor , Gerald Solt , and John _Spence _Naws . Tom Morris and Richard Saner , Assistant Editors , Phil Cook , P _* _M e Richard Hoffman , Charles Mergentime , Stephen Perm , Richa ot Shandler , Clark Silver , La...

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SUBSCRIBE NOW [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

SUBSCRIBE NOW Please send me the COLLEGE REPORTER for the rest of the year . Enclosed is $ 4 . 50 . Name Address City State .. .. Zip Code .

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i rom £ not Letters to the Editors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

i rom £ not Letters to the Editors _^ on unuea rage . ) tion he was in favoi of total abolition of the Social _Sccuuty System Changes Civil Rights Picsentlv , Bany Goldwater maintains that as President he will do _evciythmg in his power to suppoit the Civil Rights Bill Somewhat caihci . he voted against this very legislation Piioi la this , he was instiumcntal in the descgration of hotels and lcstauiants in Arizona Picscntly , Banv Goldwatei is in favor of gianting the NATO Commander nominal contiol ovei the use of tactical atomic weapons Somewhat earhei , Ban- ) Goldwatei advocated gt anting control o \ ci the use of atomic ue . ipons to field commandcis Vietnam Piesentl > , Bany Goldwatei maintains that we should either _withchaw fiom Vietnam 01 extend the wat tc the Noith Somewhat earhei , he advocated that the United States should blow up a bridge or something to pi event Chinese intervention Pnor tc this position he suggested that possibly _vse might use atomic bombs...

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OHfl xCLYlZ&f " « ; _w - _^ ' ' ,, ' ,, _LZ' £ r ' ' *'~' _m 7 ? " _™"" , ~' f ; _-, " ' ' ; ' _" , ' ¦ _• ' - -. _, _, Brittingham on Defense -1 Defends Brilliantly I [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

OHfl xCLYlZ&f « ; _w - _^\ \ ,, ,, _LZ £ r *~ _m 7 ? _™ , ~ f ; _-, ; _ , ¦ _• - -. _, _, Brittingham on Defense -1 Defends Brilliantly I On Wednesday evening the long-awaited debate bcueen Professors _Britting-ham and Wise took place Alihough this event had been the topic of much speculaion that bombastic charges , personality conflicts , and lew issues might be brought to light , the debate settled few important issues with regard to the candidates Professor Wise took the choice of attacking Goldwater in his opening statement with the cute idea that he didn t exist However Professor Brittingham proved that he did exist and indeed was a very active candidate with many constructive ideas Pro- m _/ _t _^ f _**^* _r « _p fessor Wise was the master of tak- _f _^^ _BfehiL ing statements of Senator Gold- _fi _^ B _^ r _^^ _iL water out of context and using _fBKl . . * - IS them in that way It . was also _H&itiS $ 6 L _^ 2 m biought out that the use of using _RjipA...

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-Mike Yaggy — - Barry Loses in Debate 1 As He Will in November [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

-Mike Yaggy — - Barry Loses in Debate 1 As He Will in November • The debate betweon Piofcssois Wise and Britting- ( ham in Hensel Hall defined the thiec majoi issues of the ! lampaign—morality , policy and competence The pace { of the debate was brisk , the lebuttals sharp and the anjsucis to the questions usually satisfactory As the polls ishow and as Nov 3 will demonstrate , Senator Goldwatei 5 came off second best I On the issue of morality , Bnttinghani biought out ; the case of Bilhe Sol Estes , convicted Texas swindler Bobby Baker , deposed Majority Secretary of the Senate , and Walter Jenkins , former , _^—^^ member of the White House staff HHB | HH j Brittingham tried to show how _^^ _HHfT _^^ iH ; these three men were demonstra- _^ _B _^ Rp _ifeik - _« M tivc of the moral decay America B _^ P * _^ 7 , _** iB i is undergoing under the Kennedy- ¦** _v jR , _* . fvgB ; Johnson Administration These WMF _ijH 1 thiee men are supposed to show Bp _\> _x * 3 jy _|^ B \ th...

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Tired ? .. Hungry ? .. Let Us Help You [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Tired ? .. Hungry ? .. Let Us Help You The Brownstown Restaurant _TQoual _* i ¥ oU 4 € dutch Cooking daily seafood _Banquet facilities steak mi ic iicooo * 7 SPECIALTY-SPAGHETTI 1 Block So . U . S . 222 on Rte . 772 _rnrKTATI <? North of Lancaster COCKTAILS Phone Leola 656-7031 _tml Oiinq % £ ime St . Bring the Family for Sunday Dinner 393 _ 9 _& 3 Miller s Smorgasbord _^ gw _£ _«**« _w Featuring The best of PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH COOKING , _ 7 Sweets and 7 Sours Lancaster s Famous Direct from Our Refrigerated Tables . . f , __ l * i * J Make Your Own Selection Alt LOnaiTIOnea From Our Steam Table Full of piping hot meats • vegetables Italian — American Restaurant • SEA FOODS _» CHILDRENS DINNERS HALF PRICE 337 N QUEEN ST OPEN 7 DAYS — 11 A . M . TILL 9 P . M . Located on Rte 30 — 6 mi East of Lancaster 394-3738 Phone : 687-6621 _iLGGri _CABITM now open __ __^ Lancaster s newest and finest inn North on U . S . 222 _ZtSlCfJi _% JLP _i _^ J _^ M , between Lancaster ...

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Soviet Student Compares Roles [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Soviet Student Compares Roles ( OPS ) — A representative of the Soviet Union s national union of students says students can help achieve world peace by first understanding each other , then cooperating toward the elimination of the threat of war . USSR Student Councilman Andrei Gratchev , 23 , member of the Student Council of the USSR and head of the international affairs division of the Committee of Youth Organizations , said students -meeting each other and exchanging ideas would help greatly in eventually lessening tensions Gratchev is a student at Moscow University . He praised steps already made in lessening tensions such as the signing ot the limited nuclear test ban treaty But Gratchev also called U S involvement in the Viet Nam action a flagrant violation of international law He added , however , that peaceful coexistence still is possible and necessary Only One Treaty Broken When asked about Soviet reneging on treaties , Gratchev said he could remember only one such inciden...

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Drs . Taylor , Lyons , Treml Disavow Barry Unanimously [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Drs . Taylor , Lyons , Treml Disavow Barry Unanimously ( Continued from Page 12 ) should be in competition with private industry _, there is no reason why the government should own so much . To this Lyons answers , The government is the people and I would rather have the people of this land own some enterprises than to have a few private citizens own it all . That is where the danger is Goldwater , in his proposal to cut the government down in size , will start to pay off the national debt Says Di Lyons , I could get rid of the debt in two minutes Fd just auction off everything the Federal government owns This would not eradicate debt , it would merely shift the responsibility to the bads of the individual people What s the use ? It is necessary for the government to own enterprises The spirit of capitalism is competition so it is ridiculous to say that competition between private industry and government will rum private industry . Anti-Poverty Inadequate Lyons feels that the anti-p...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Crowd of 8 , 000 Expected at F&M By Alumni Office The Alumni Office piedicted that a crowd of at least 8 , 000 peisons \ m !| be traveling to Lancaster tins week end for the annual Homecomin ? Weekend . A spokesman for the \ _litmm Of fice said preparations are being mad ? to handle the largest homecoming crowd in at least twenty years Although Homecoming Weekend didn t begin until yesterday , when the College s 178 th annual Foun der s Da \ Ceremonies were held , the Alumni Office said that all motels within a 15-mile radius of Lancastci have been booked solidly for this weekend for quite some time . The Brunswick Hotel in downtown Lancaster also is _completdy booked for the weekend . Tihc Alumni Office also lepomd that the Peter . Paul and Man Con cert Saturday night , a highlight of Homecoming Weekend , is ahcacK nearly sold out A total of S , 70 _D tic k e > ts were available for the ew . nt . m be held in Mayser Gym Other highlights of the _wicUnd will in...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Charcoal Steaks Chops , Chickens Until 11 p-m-Cocktails , Gifts Reservaticns Receive Rte 222 Norf Phone 859-11 Mrs . Dommel

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

t _^ ountru wt Cocktails . Vintage Wines . Dinners By Reservation O nly Phone : 872-8347 BLUE ROCK RD LANCASTER COUNTY MILLERSVILLE , PENNSYLVANIA BUILT AD 1771

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Dutch Horn of Plenty Zz / ooo - ( Ju ) _Specinllij Open 8 am - 8 : 30 pm 4 Miles East of Lane . On Route 30 393-6711

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Vol 1 , No 27 LancasterPaOctober 23 , 1964 ' Four Pages [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Vol 1 , No 27 LancasterPaOctober 23 , 1964 Four Pages Five Years : Dynamic Growth of F&M Freshmen—Class of 63 Welcome to FandM _, The year is 1959 President Frederick deWolfe Bolman has just welcomed the Class of 63 to the F and M Campus One of then first experiences , they are told , is becoming acquainted with the geogiaphy of the College Old Main houses classrooms , labs , the departments of education , psychology , sociologv , government , the guidance center , and the post office The College Book Shop is located on the first floor of Diagnothian Hall , Dr . Frederick deW . Bolman while the Campus House , formerly a gymnasium , holds the College cafeteria and student lounge The Fackenthal Laboiatones building is divided between the departments ol chemistry and biology , the latter it : third and fourth floors Stahr Hall , which gained the addition of two wings sin . yeais before , in 1953 , divides its first flooi between the geology department and the admmistiative ...

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Administration of the College Grows in Relation to Needs [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Administration of the College Grows in Relation to Needs Stability is by no means the byword of the College s heiraichy—though the somewhat recent juggling of administrative positions reflects a reshuffling geaied to pioduce a moie progressive breed of administrator Some positions , howevei , aie held by personnel that have been with the College for a gooc many yeais Belo _% \ a listing of _]) ositions with their lespective holders is given for the yeais of 1959 and 1964 . 1959 1964 President _Fredenck Bolman Keith Spalding Vice Piesident for Administration G Wayne Ghck Dean of the College Dr James Daihngton G Wayne Ghck Business Manager Paul R Linfield Paul R Linficld Vice Piesident for Development A Douglas Olivei Dean of Students Richard H Winteis Hadley S DcPu \ Dnectoi of Development Waltei R Mvers James O Avison Superintendent of Building and ( Dnectoi ) Grounds Walter H Donei C ayton C Blcvins Assistant to the Dean of Students Fostci G _Ulnch Chief Accountant Carl Martin Secr...

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Changing to New Curriculum : The Reflection in Distribution [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Changing to New Curriculum : The Reflection in Distribution In 1960 , the _cumculum of the College was changed to meet the growing needs of a student body with more diversified interests and a greatei feeling foi the hbeial aits The changes in the cumculum are reflected in the consequent alteiation of distribution requnements The two semester sequence of Eng ¬ lish 11 , English 12 has been shortened to one semestei of English 10 , while the requnement of Public Speech 20 has been changed to an S couise with only a half couise ciedit Whereas in 1959 only two years ( college level ) of a language was requncd ( thiee yeais if the language was begun in preparatoiy school ) , languages toda > must be carried thiough a four or five course sequence The one year couise in religion has been shortened to Religion 21 The restrictive lequuemcnt of choosing two one-year couises in different depirtments in the natuial sciences oi mathematics has . been ameliorated so that the student m...

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Attrition Rate Down [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Attrition Rate Down Remaikable m the expansion of the school has been the accompanying diop in attrition peicentage—that is , attrition has _deci cased not only _iclatively but also absolutely \ t the end of the fust semestei of the academic yeai 1959-60 , 1226 students lemained as membeis ot the College Of that number , 101 students did not leturn—a fiist semester attrition of 8 23 per cent For 1963 , attrition rate foi the remaining 1382 at the semestei s end was 6 42 pei cent , oi 89 students foi 196 +, 4 83 pei cent of the 1385 students ( 69 ) did not return Attrition figuies aie given in the chait below 1959 1963 1964 Dismissed by C _\ S 44 47 29 _Withdievs academic standing 14 14 27 Personal 10 6 2 Employment 6 - - Transfei 8 5 5 Financial 6 6 2 III Health 2 8 Service 2 - - Feb Grads oi completed lequirements 4-3 Unknov \ n - - 1 Disciplinary 3 3TOTU _. S 101 89 69 Pictuied are : to the left , the Student Union in use in 1959 in the present location of the Book Shop ; above , ...

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