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

We come Hildy s Tavern Delicious Sandwiches - -Legal-Beverages—-448 W . Frederick St .

Publication Title: F&m College Reporter
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Seniors Await Carnegie Contest [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Seniors Await Carnegie Contest . Through The Air Always a time foi much conviviality and meiiy making tomoirow s Homecoming festivities will pio _ude an additional feature foi Diplomat spoits en thusiasts when Coach George Stoick s vaisity gnd dcis make then long awaited debut befoie a honu audience in Williamson Field Conference pacesetters with an unblemished i- ( _iimik , the Big Blue may well be en loute to then fnsl winning campaign since 1958 For eight seniors who aie in the piocess of uip- > n _^ way the disappointing memoiies which ha \ e ai _m _. m ated in pigskin encounters dining the last thiee u s , this marks the final oppoiumitv to emeigc Mile ausl y befoie a Homecoming ciowd at _F and M Johnson , Graham Head Cast Co-captains Rich Johnson and Lan > Giahan ii in their third year of varsity ball foi the _Bhu a White as arc Geiry Beaman , Jon _Ficic _andDaii S > ul y For these athletes , the lesults leaped thus _k his fall arc making the w...

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E ticlders Put Win Ske [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

E ticlders Put Win Ske | c ; Di _» iomat Lineup _| e for Tartans I > surprisingly , Coach Storck wil % c . uenmg tomorrow s encountci _^ aga c Carneg ie Tech with the same _% tari _i g lineup which emerged suecc _^ ulv from F and M s fust thiee | _cont _<> ts this fall - | O _j _^ ning at the wings on offense In ill be co-captain Lairy Graham and _vMcl Heath with Pete Bambey slated l \ o stt considerable service as well Tackles Jim Santamello and Ron _* Dorhat aie tabbed for the startinq WMe posts while Tom McBee and _Jfiill Tompson loom as the starting fi ; iiai ds Also available is Lew Zemi sky , the promising homore v \ hose Sjeco \ eiy of a Dickinson fumble on the Red Devil 48-yard line in last Satinday s tilt paved the way for the Sciki _Miuono-Bill Glasser touchdown jloas which provided the maigin of uttory for the Blue and White ; Smith Opens At Center \ J D Smith will be manning tht _jicntci slot at kickoff tune foi the Luelflh consecutive co...

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PETE KEERS Sports Scope [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

PETE KEERS Sports Scope Riding the ciest of a thicc game \ 1 ct 01 v skein , F and Ms vaisity gilddeis aic in a bettci position at this stage of the campaign than anv othei _gioup of Diplomat footballeis in the last decade Only the 1956 unit with a 2-0-1 maik going into Homecoming and the 1958 and 1959 clubs , both 2-1 at this point , boasted winning slates at this junctuie in the fall Commenting on the blazing starts M _^ _HhHH _^ BBH _registeied by the fifjijfff ! - _^ BmBI giidders and soc- ^^^ Kt f _^ _S _^ S cer scmac ( 3-0-ddl _^ R _^ _^ iiJ _^^^ _Sponauglc stated ¦ HHk h _^^ Hb tnat tnc pr ° BBHHlM _^^ _B iess las been „ fine not only on Pete Kecrs . / . c . a wm-loss basis , Spoits Editor but also fiom the way the boys aie playing . This is _piebablj the best fall start we ve had in seven or eight yea is and it s a plc . isuiablc way to start the year . Despite the shaip contrast the cioss-counti ) team offcis to the 4-C niaik it had compiled at this stage of 1 lie season th...

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n On Line [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

n On Line Carnegie Seeks Repeat Triumph Fresh ficm an upset tmimpli o \ ei Dickinson which placed them on top cf the M \ C Southern Division s gridiron sweepstakes , Coach George Storck s chaigcs will be seeking to extend their uin skein to fom when they play host to Caincgie Tech to11101 icu afternoon The Taitans turned back by Gio \ c City in a 32-13 contest last SaUuday , can call upon 10 lettermen from the club which topped F and M by a 35-2-1 count a year ago Wisniewski Heads Backs Minus the seivices of \ l Abels who cames last fall , Tech quaitciback Paul Wisniewski looms as the key figuie in the Tartan backfield A 5 11 180-pound scmoi _, Wisniewski completed 33 of 65 passing attempts a ycai ago A pcifonnei who lushed foi 212 yaids last ycai , Dave Gilchnst mav be joined in the backfield by Jim Black and fullback Chuck Zak with Dick Men ill , John Baith , and Dick Bell _ilso _figuring to see consideiable sei Two Yearlings On Line With Da \ e DAppolonia tabbed foi cne end beith...

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

TOMORROWS LINEUPS FcindM Larry Graham Ron Dochat Bill Tompson J . D . Smith Tom McBee Jim Santaniello Mel Heath Seiki Murono John Alleborn Dave Sipperly Rich Johnson Pos . Carnegie Tech LE Dave DAppolonia LT Chuck Herron LG Jack Love C Jim Huckleberry RG Harry Braunlich RT Pete Mangarella RE Ray Metz QB Paul Wisniewski HB Dave Gilchrist FB Chuck Zak HB Jim Black

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Mickey Hits Goldwater For "Good Feeling Rather Than Plain Justice' [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Mickey Hits Goldwater For Good Feeling Rather Than Plain Justice By RICK OWEN No deliberative religious body , no duly-elected religious leader , would today dream of espousing Goldwateis archaic nationalism , his primitive economic individualism , or his specious appeal for a good feeling rather than plain justice in race relations stated Howard Schomer , a prominent religious lay leader in an article written for The News Register Schomer stated his views for the monthly Pro Prof . Robert Mickey testant publication in response to Goldwater s presidential campaign Mickey Comments Professor Robert Mickey of the religion department expressed himself in much the same manner on questioning about the role and position of the clergy m the election . I am very much concerned about the Goldwater posture . Mr Goldwaters way oi putting things flies contrary to the Christian consensus—he is not in line He feels that many of Goldwater s leactionary domestic policy statements ( such as the remar...

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Stewart Tests Hormone's Effect On Fear Responses in Albinos [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Stewart Tests Hormones Effect On Fear Responses in Albinos By JOHN SPENCE Dr Charles N Stewart , of the ps > - chology department , is engaged in research to test the effect of one of the body hormones , epmephnne , on the _iCPiiwng Oi tear responses It is known that tins hormone does effect learning undci conditions of stiong fear arousal , but the detailed eflects have not been investigated Regular Behavior Disrupted It is also known that when fear is aroused in an animal , his regular behavioi will be disrupted The amount of fear which the animal experiences Dr . Charles N . Stewart is therefore measured by the degree lo which its regular behavioi is effected This disruption of normal behavior is also effected by the hormone and these effects are also being studied On the human level , this research may help psychologists undeistand why people _differ so markedly in the dcgiee lo which they learn to feai particular situations and events In the test , the rats arc place...

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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 By DAVE HVAL Certain economic issues in this presidential campaign have elicited mixed opinions from the economics department , not always pro-Johnson , but all very anti-Goldwater . The three main topics discussed were social security ( Should it be made voluntary ) , the tax cut proposed by Senator Goldwater , and the war on poverty of the Johnson Administration Taylor Comments Dr Norman Taylor is all for the social security system , but he feels it is inadequate , he supports medicare wholeheartedly He does not like the fact that medicare , hke social security does not cover everyone As for put ¬ ting social security on a voluntary basis , Taylor thinks this would make the system totally ineffective and destroy ! its principle When asked about Goldwater s tax cut proposal , Taylor stood against cutting taxes for the sake of cutting taxes He feels that Goldwater would be inclined to cut welfare programs and he is adverse to th...

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Hartman Oval Pep Rally Fk ws Into College Ave . on Eve of 1 _? i n [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 23 October 1964

Hartman Oval Pep Rally Fk ws Into College Ave . on Eve of 1 _? i n ABOVE : Students converge on President Spaldma ; house . BELOW : The Dickinson Red Devil is burnt On Friday night last the campus e \] , , Q lmo fien 7 y of enthusiasm in expectation of tl _. _upcomiiy game with Dickinson College Starting at p m am cent . nuing for hours after that , a victoiy i < nous mo 1 marched once arcund Hartman Hall and tl out ont Col _ ege Avenue in open defiance of a \ _iiiffic t [ _, a night ha \ c had the right of way March on College Avenue With the band playing loudly , the uin _> il of abcii five hundred students marched briskly up I _ollcgc _\» nue and then turned into the small _dn \ cw < i \ lindin _? on ficm the homes of the Dean and the _PiLMtlun Slop ping at Dean DePuy s house chanting Go 1 Co 1 Go 1 the ciowd leceived a few encouraging von ! -, fiom hm When the entourage _icached the house of _Piu dent Keith Spalding , he emerged clad sinipl ) in ...

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Thompson and Charles Appointed As Assistants to President Spalding [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964

Thompson and Charles Appointed As Assistants to President Spalding Charles W Thompson and Dr Norman . Chailes were appointed assistants to President Keith Spalding last week Beginning Decembei 1 , Thompson uill assist the _president in the development program , lecently announced by the College , to raise $ 25 , 250 , 000 dunng the next ten yeais Education . il Fund Raiser We are foitunatc in being able to secure the services of Mi Thompson foi this impoitant position , Spalding commented His lecord as a piofessional in the field of educational fund laising is unpicssnc _, and the fact that he is an alumnus of the College will be valuable to him and to the College in his new assignment Spalding noted that the type of piogram planned by the College in the nc \ t decade uill _icquiie new appioaches of planning and development which ha \ e not been tned _befoie The necessity for new approaches and techniques , he said , • lequnes that additional piofcssional help be added to the Colleg...

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jjelta Sig Wins Float Contest [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964

jjelta Sig Wins Float Contest Mrs . Shilling Homecoming Queen n t \ - a O- - TIT- _ _* 4-1 n _£ 1 _n 4- n _^ v < _/~\ 11 _~ ~ » , . 1 i f Phi the float Other in the _ .. ___* _**** I Delta Sigma won contest of last weekends home-coming parade with a float entitled Put the Scotch on the Rocks Second and third prizes went to Phi Kappa Tan | nd Lambda Chi Alpha , respectively In another competition Mrs Jack Shilling was elected Home-coming Queen The four runnersup were Miss Carolyn Nesbitt , Mrs Thomas Ulfich , Miss Jane Verwohlt , and Miss Mary Ellrich The Cutty Sark I Delta Sig s display was a model of the Cutty Sark , the shi . p on the Cutty Sark label It had literally run up on the rocks , and a Diplomat was looking down upon it triumphantly The designer was Gary Harris , whose main help came from Bob Brundage , Steve Techct , and Jad Mikalyka The float represented over 300 hours of work on the part of the fraternity members Phi Kappa Taus float , Scramble _jThc Skibos ...

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Election Complaint [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964

Election Complaint The REPORTER has received several complaints concerning alleged nregulanties of the ficshman Student Council election held Wednesday Octobei 23 The following is a copy of a letter submitted to Mike Yaggy , piesident of the Student Council , by a group of freshmen On Octobei 21 , 1964 . elections were held for freshman representati \ es to Student Council At approximately 2 30 pm Ronald I Friedman , a member of the class of 1968 , attempted to exercise his right tc vote He was told that his name had been used before , that someone had voted in his place , and that he would not be able to vote Later in the afternoon of that day a complaint v _% as lodged with Mr Raithaus , vice-president of Student Council Mr Raithaus then wrote out the following note Paul , Give this boy a vote . Larry Mi Fnedman then voted When he returned to the lobby of Schnader Hall , he informed a group of his classmates what had happened The group then decided to test the validity of the voti...

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Big Blue Tops Tech As Glasser Shines [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964

Big Blue Tops Tech As Glasser Shines By PETE KEERS The hot hand of passing ace Seiki Murono and the versatility of sophomore halfback Bill Glasser piovided the highlights as F and M s vaisity griddets legistered an 18-14 Homecoming ; triumph over a poweiful Carnegie Tech squad on Satuiday . The Diplomats will be seeking to extend their win skein to five when they host Bill Docherty s Haverfoid eleven this Saturday at 1 : 30 pin on Williamson Field The Mainhneis deadlocked Hamilton in a 6-6 contest three days ago . Murono Tallies Clincher Falling behind the Tartans by a 14-10 count after three stanzas of play , the Blue and White marched 63 yards on a late drive to move into the lead when Murono plunged over foi the touchdown from the one-yard line An aerial from Murono to Glasser gave the Diplomats two points on the PAT , and piovided the club with a four point margin of victory . Coach Storcks charges opened their decisive drive when cornerback Dave Sipperly recovered a Tartan fumb...

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j Glee Club To Sing in N . Y For JFK Memorial Service [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964

j Glee Club To Sing in N . Y For JFK Memorial Service 1 _Thi F and M Glee Club has been , ( select . ! to sing in a special memorial ; _pmr at St Thomas Episcopal _jChuun in New York City on No- | ? _umb r 22 at 8 pm The service , _is . spoiw -ul by the American Guild of _Jj Orga _* , tS ) marks the observance of _Ita f _-t anniversary of the death of | _Presi _-t john F Kennedy i Salve Regina I II _3 3-voice Glee Club will prc- | scnt Missal Salve Regina , com- | posec , _, 1954 by Jean Langlais , orj Sam L the St . Clotilde Church in Pat * anglais , who is blind , lecentI nted an organ concert in a Lane , r , at the Lutheran Church of the 5 / Trinity _» Mssal is composed for a polyPnoni _ien s chorus , two pipe organs brass ensembles An extra c ° nsc _-, being installed in the pipe g _* r St Thomas The main organisl ill be Mr . Reginald Lunt . P f _tt ? irst Presbyterian Church of Lancastei The secondary oigamst will be Mi George Decker , the assistant oigamst at St Thomas The bra...

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