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Letters to the Editors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Letters to the Editors signal that political power has now been placed in the hands of the huge uiban centers Two Errors These statements contain two egiegious errors of fact The first is that the Supreme Court has reshaped the political bases of s tate government This is patently untrue State legislatures weie created by the people to represent all the people , no mattei where those people live Thioughout the decisions of this summer , the Supreme Couit made it clear that in most cases legislatmes had at one time represented a fair distribution of the population However , by neglect of state legislatures , reapportionment has not kept pace with population shifts Hence the Supreme Court is in actuality restoring a situation that existed fifty to seventy-five years ago Surely Mr Parker , the conservative , cannot object to that ! Cities To Control The second error of fact here is that huge urban centers will now control state legislatures . I must submit that this is blatantly false ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
English Professors Unanimous In Nixing Dept . of Journalism By DAVE HVAL Should F and ( M have a department of journalism ? The six English professors that were interviewed this week unanimously said , No Prof Albert J Leet summed it up , saying , I do not recommend it . Journalism is a professional study that should be reserved for graduate No Specialization Professor Ira Grushow emphasized that there should be no specialization in a liberal arts college- If F and M were to set up a Journalism Department they might as well form a school of engineering If F and M is to be a true liberal arts college there can be no specialization of this kind Although I am opposed to any specialised training in an undergraduate school , it might be well to offer one or two courses in journalism Professors Rollin , Evans , and Brubaker are against even a few courses Rollin and Brubaker were both of the opinion that college was no place for journalism . Rollin said , Good writing is good writing anywh...
| C f . Wilson Addresses Founders' Day P _ssembly as College Awards Honors [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
| C f . Wilson Addresses Founders Day P _ssembly as College Awards Honors % % RICK MEIROWITZ I I Logan Wilson , president of the $ _hj . can Council on Education , dcI _ac i the keynoting speech at the IFoui iders Day assembly in which he Ipost i t hree think questions con- « ernmg the learning goals of the colI egc student conduct and behavioi . I and the high rate of student attrition I Pressures I Wilson sighted pressuic foi exccl1 _lence , admmistiative attitude , and campus environment as the three [ actors that can retard or speed up the learning process The college has an obligation for what happens to the student outside the classroom , for learning goes on there He feels , _^ though , that the lack of contiol o _. ci -students in many colleges is due to the J fact that the Dean of Students is e \ - Jpected to do it all alone The high Irate of student attrition lie regards fas a picture of waste , inefficiency land personal unhappmess He main_stains that the colleges are try...
Spirits High , Work Enjoyable As Carnival' Rehearsals Fly [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Spirits High , Work Enjoyable As Carnival Rehearsals Fly By TOM PHILLIPS If spirit and inteicst can make a _icsounding success , the fust local production by this year s Gicen Room theater will be a gieat one , judging by last Tuesday s rehearsal of Thie \ es Carnival Theie was an atmosphere of com When asked about Piofessor Evans the cast was unanimous in its comment that he was a genius and \ eiy good Although they felt him to be a hard taskmaster and a perfectionist , all said that they enjoyed w orking undei him The REPORTER asked the three leads about Thieves Carnival It s a _bulliantly funny play , commented George Biandt Said John Goodhue , I have ne \ er played m anything like it before Steve Wanngs comment was , Mv liking for the pla &gt; has gioun and is giowing Speaking of his lole Waring said , It s a delight Goodhue commented , I feel comfcitable in my lole . but it is a challenge Enjoys the Play Aftei the ichearsal the REPORTER was able to speak with the direct...
Westerdahl Gets Natl Post [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Westerdahl Gets Natl Post Biucc A Wcsteidahl , dncctoi ol admissions and piesident of the Pcnnsyhania Association ol College Admissions Counselois , has been elected to the national executive committee oi the Association of College Admissions Counselois Westeidahl and 12 othei admissions counselois fiom throughout the countiy , ueie named at the national meeting of AC AC in Detroit , Octobei 10 About 1700 pcisons attended the meeting Active for Several Yeais Westerdahl , has been active in both the state and national oigam / ations of AC AC foi seveial yeais He served as \ ice-piesident of the state gioup dining the 1963-4 academic veai , bcfoie being elected to the state picsidency In 1962 , he was chairman of a state committee which picpaied a model piofile now being used nationally by high schools to descnbc then academic piogiams and standauls foi colleges to nhich then students have applied for admission Registrar In 1963 , he sened as registiai foi the Nineteenth Annual Confei...
Diplomats Regis er Victory in Soccer [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Diplomats Regis er Victory in Soccer By MARK SKLARZ Sconng two goals early in the first period and ti , 1 lcU , n ! , their defense stifle Johns Hopkins for the _remaining thin _quaiteis Noel Hoovers undefeated varsity soccer squad _eda ; cd v MSllms Blue Jays 2-1 in a contest last Saturday . — i Lucarelli Tallies I _** . &lt; In extending their wi , i _, ng streak Andy Lucarelli got the Diplomat started at 3 25 of the nniial _stam as he drilled a boot into tin lower led corner of the visitor s goal Two nun utes later co-captain P . ml Vdogh punched in what proved io be the winning tally past goaht Marts ] a lousek The Blue Jays got _themsehes barl - &gt; to the game midway tluough the third period when Ed Tow send blitz ed a corner kick past Jim Bunting The lemainder of the _lontcst _uai played at the loser s end of the field with Jalousek constantly _trmartins Diplomat threats The Big Blue will put llicii undt feated skem on the line tins _Saturdav when they go to ...
PETE KEERS ] Sports i Scope [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
PETE KEERS ] Sports i Scope FLASHBACK The lithe gndder scampered around left end , leaped into the air for a nine-yard pass reception and a touchdown which would have snapped a losing skein which had begun for his squad in the early stages of the previous campaign However , an officials decision that the pigskin had been corraled out of bounds nullified the play , and sent the club to its tenth consecutive setback after it had seemingly emerged with a game-saving play The scene was | _BBIHB Williamson Field _^^^ H _^^^^^ H on Parent s Day _^^^ _L 3 _^ H two years ago . _^^^ _PrP _^ IH Falling behind by _HHM&amp; _^ Bflpralll a 200 count on R _^ 2 _Ki _^» IB a snow coveretj _j _^^ _Bif _^^ _B Blue had rallied _HIBisiB to tne p ° n _tT , where an aerial Pete Keers . . _c __ _tjjv from Mike Reese Sports Editor T „ to Larry Graham would have brought them their first triumph before a hometown crowd since 1960 . By the thinnest of mar ¬ gins this bid for victory fell short . It wa...
Fritcher Takes Archery Honors Kappa Sig And Phi Psi Hold Perfect Records [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Fritcher Takes Archery Honors Kappa Sig And Phi Psi Hold Perfect Records With Dave Kloiber tallying five touchdowns , undefeated Kappa Sigma ( 6-0 ) moved into a half game lead over runnerup Phi Psi ( 5-0 ) in the I-F gridiron race by trouncing Phi Tau by a 60-6 count Earlier in the week the pacesetters had blanked Lambda Chi m a 24-0 contest while Phi Psi had edged Phi Sig 12-6 Chi Phi In Third Also posting slates above the 500 mark as the campaign approached the midway point were Chi Phi ( 5-2 ) and Pi Lamb ( 4-2 ) . In a clash between the two clubs , Pi Lamb emerged with a 24-12 triumph Pacing Kappa Sig to the league leadership thus far this fall have been Kloiber , Charley White , Jim ONeill , Jeff Jacoby , Mark Clark , Bob Freund , and quarterback Bill Drake In addition to these boys , Bob _Palmei , Walt Hendnckson , and Ken Eden have shmed on defense . Trepasso Paces Phi Psi A trio of former yeailmg gridiron standouts , Geoige Cormeny , Hank Haas , and Jimmy Trepasso , have te...
Yearlings Fall To Blue Jays [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Yearlings Fall To Blue Jays By DANE DETRICK Halfback Joe Cowan paced the powerful Johns Hopkins freshman eleven to a 21-0 victory over the Franklin and Marshall yearling gndders in last Fuday s season finale for the losesrs Cowan scored two touchdowns , intercepted a Little Dip pass , and boomed a 78-yard punt . Cowan Records Long TDs The few fans who braved the blustery weather to witness the contest at Williamson Field saw the visiting Blue Jays take the lead on the opening kickoff as Cowan sprinted 90 yaids foi a score The speedy halfback tallied again on an 89-yard dash m the thud quartei Halfback Tom Schauer plunged two yards for the final touchdown The Blue Jays racked up 299 yaids throughout the clash , but then offense was slowed by a rash of penalties F and M quarterback Dave Shult / completed ten out of 22 passes for 94 yards , but had four tosses picked off by the victois End Karl Slick pulled down five aerials for 53 yards John Ka / anck . Lou Salamone , and Charles Scot...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Varsity Harriers Trumph Twice Having registered an upset triumph over Juniata earlier in the week , Roy Phillips varsity harr iers made their season debut at Williamson Field in fine fashion by chalking up an overwhelming 18-44 victory over Johns Hopkins in Saturdays Homecoming festivities . Perennially a cross-country power , Juniata saw five Diplomats follow Captain Ted Samuel to the finish line before another Indian runner could place . En route to their 20-37 victory , Dave Thome paced the Big Blue with a 24 : 15 clocking , thirteen seconds behind Samuel s winning time . Trailinij Thome for the Diplomats were John Buddington ( 24 : 39 ) , Marty Kendig ( 25 : 22 ) , Bob Kier ( 25 : 50 ) , and Rich Tosh ( 26 : 13 ) . Also placing for F and M was ninth finisher Bill Belzer . In topping Johns Hopkins , Thome earned top laurels by a wide margin with Buddington copping second spot . The Blue Jays Norm Holcombe broke up the top five by taking third place with Marty Kendig and Bob Kier ...
Booters Top Bullet Frosh [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Booters Top Bullet Frosh By ALAN COHEN Making then home debut on the right foot , F and M s yearling booters carved out a 7-0 triumph over Gettysburg last W ednesday to square their season s slate at 1-1 After a scoreless fiist period , tr .. Diplomats moved into the lead on a goal by Jared Rogers Moments later Bill Cornish tallied , sending Coach George Engemann s charges into the halftone intermission with a 2-0 base to work upon when play resumed The frosh responded nicely as scores by Steve Swigart , Chuck Peck , Don Wright . Gerry Rugel , and Steve Kcemg enabled them to move ahead by a 7-0 margin before the clock ran cut on the disappointed Bullets The squad will be seeking their second victory in three outings when they host Johns Hopkins this Thursday