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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Thome Earns Top Laurels For Harriers Dave Thome was awarded the Dick Clapp cross-country award for his performance in Saturdays Homecoming meet with Johns Hopkins . For pacing the field , Thome was piesented with a bell buckle while the next four finishers , run-ner-up John Buddington , fourth place Marty Kendig and fifth place Bob Kier of F and M , along with the Blue Jays Norm Holccmbc who placed third were also honored . In 1963 the award was won by Dickinsons Gordon Faulkner as tfie Red Devils registered a 24-31 triumph over the Diplomats .
Full Story of Sunday ' s Demonstration [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Full Story of Sunday s Demonstration By MARC M . SILBERT F and M sludenU Sunday night held what WSBA teimed a peaceful demonUiation in fiont of the home oj Piendent Keith Spalding . In an attempt to _icconstnict the events leading up to the • student demonstiation , the REPORTER has conducted a numbei oj _interviews and investigations to locate the facti . Among the occupants of the press box at Satuiday s football game were a numbei of students , alumni and Mis Nancy Ruttci , _College _Registrar . As Mis . Ruttci tells it , when the alumni saw that the team would ptobably win the game , they asked if the students would icqucst a day off on Monday since this was a tradition . Accoiding to Mis Ruttci , she lcmcmbcis _attending F and M football _shames as a child and that dm ing the thirties and early foitics thcic definitely was a tradition thai ! the students could ask for the day off after certain football viotoiies and that theii lcqucsts were _granted . Theie Was a Tradition The ...
'Raw Meat' Provokes Discontent ; Mittl 'Trying To Please Students ' [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Raw Meat Provokes Discontent ; Mittl Trying To Please Students By LARRY BANK Cues of raw meat and claims that it was simply laic followed a Salisbury steak dmnci furnished to students eating in College dining halls Monday evening The offending entice v \ as leplaccd with loast beef about halfway thiough the meal by the Wood Food Scivicc , campus _cateicis Mittl Comments When the REPORTER asked Ralph Mittl , dncctor of the food sen ice , about the seiving of raw meat on Monday he lephcd If you aie lefeinng to the meat being rare He stated that he seived the meat laic because two weeks caihet thcie had been complaints about the meat being too well done . He was ti _&gt; ing , he said , to please the student body . Actoiding to Stanley A Plummcr , Dncc toi of Residence Hall , most of the meat was raie , however a couple of pans perhaps weie taken out of the ovens too soon He felt that Alittl bad tiicd to strike a happy medium n picpaimg the meal . Roast Beef Mittl had aheady st...
Raithaus , Yaggy Respond To S . C . Election Complaint [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Raithaus , Yaggy Respond \ To S . C . Election Complaint \ By ROBERT SIVERLING j Student Council Picsident Mike Yaggy and Vice-Piesidcnt _jLairy Raithaus have replied to chaigcs , published in Tuesday s REPORTER , that theic wcie nicgulaiitics in balloting for fieshman Council lcpiescntativcs . 1 The charges , made by six fieshmen . claimed that heshman Donald Fnedman was denied an opportunity to \ otc . Raithaus said . [ that the denial of Fiicdman s \ otc was a pioccduial ciroi . Raithaus -said , AH I could do was listen to his stoiy and gi \ c him an oppoi- tunitv to vote Yaggy s Statement _i Yaggy , when questioned bv tin _JREPORTER , said , Vicc-Prcsiden _j Raithaus was charged with the re j Sponsibihty and authority to conduc Jthe freshman Student Council elec jtions as he saw fit ; In a statement to the REPORTER _fRaithaus said , I never claimed n jlhis election to set up a foolproo ! _jsvUein I thought I gave full oppoi- ¦ Uinity to the fieshmen to campaign sand to vote Thei...
Johnson Wins in Mock Vote ; Keating , Scott Also Triumph [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Johnson Wins in Mock Vote ; Keating , Scott Also Triumph By MEL SHANDLER As in the faculty poll v \ hich was held last week , the Republican party piesidential candidate experienced anothei ciushing defeat in the all-cam-pus meek election held last Monday Out of the 836 students who voted ( slightly more than half the student body ) , Johnson registered 576 ballots to Goldwateis 252 Eight students abstained in this national balloting Goldwater Closer On the state level , Goldv \ atcr came dosei to cairying Pennsylvania , where he had 114 votes to Johnsons 191 , than he did in New York , where he tvas swamped by Johnsons 149 votes ( 8170 to has 36 ( 19 % ) In the Pennsylvania senatorial clec- : ions , the Republican candidate Hugh Scott _svsept the campaign with 228 votes to Gcnevieve Blatt s 80 votes Likewise , the Republicans swept the New York senatorial race by registering 64 % ( 123 ) of the votes for then candidate , Keating , to the Democrats 68 votes ( 36 % ) for Kennedy . Ne...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
KIMTORIAI _^ Conspiracies We almost felt like laughing with relief . Years ago feading historians rejected the theory that history is the product of conspiracies , sub rosa actions which have somehow determined the course of actions . We see this daily when people talk of the system which governs America with false values insidiously imposed upon the people by some diabolical group which plots continually to thwart the people s honest drive to obtain real values and true satisfactions for their lives . Conspiracies carried out with unseen hands have long been blamed for badly understood events which have perfectly rational causes having no particular ideological value . Frequently we see this on campus . Students feel that the Administration is trying to poison _rfhem through the machinations of an evil and greedy caterer , or that the faculty is really here only to make sure that a certain percentage of students flunk out Sunday night after the peaceful demonstration in front of Pr...
¦ I ) l ¥ l JrOiKGr * «» ' _» _; ' v ~ "" _BnfwiTT "'" "rir ""/ ' ' ¦¦ „ ' - ' _c " | Goldwater ' s Strong Issues ! Give Him Good Chance [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
¦ I ) l ¥ l JrOiKGr * «» _» _; \ v ~ _BnfwiTT rir / ¦¦ „ - _c | Goldwater s Strong Issues ! Give Him Good Chance With only four days left until the Presidential election it appears that unless there is some unforeseen event it will be a close race While some pople have predicted that it is impossible to unseat an incumbent President , it remains unseen until the contest is over Senator Goldwater still has a good chance of beating President Johnson . Three Issues There are three key issues that have been m Senatoi Goldwater s favor ( 1 ) the losing war in South Vjetnam — a war which draws us in deeper with little hope of getting _^^ _SSj _^^^^ _S anywhere ; ( 2 ) the growing resent- _illNj _^^^ fii ment of the American people of f _^ K / iiii _^ _&amp;sl _4 _l the intervention of the Federal IM §|| ll _^ l |]|» j | Government in areas which were _^ kS _^^^ pJ originally their own — ie the _ISPn _^^ _li right to choose what form of de- _aMal _^ _^ _-P _^ i _mocratic representa...
Mike Yaggy _v :, _^ T _^^ T 2 _rzT _^ _Trr _^ _xzk ' _'Z , r _^ : ; _-r- ' _- •' _ij _~~ . zl :-. - „ . I Goldwater Supporters I Due To Lose Elections 8 [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Mike Yaggy _v :, _^ T _^^ T 2 _rzT _^ _Trr _^ _xzk _Z , r _^ : ; _-r- _- • _ij _~~ . zl :-. - „ . I Goldwater Supporters I Due To Lose Elections 8 In contrast to the example set by Sen Scott of Pennsylvania and Sen Keating of New York , two Republican Senatorial candidates in Maryland and New Jersey have linked their fate at the polls with the candidacy of Barry Goldwater Republican incumbent J Glenn Beall of Maryland and Republican candidate Bernard Shanley of New Jersey have endorsed Goldwater , enthusiastically supported him and have associated themselves with Goldwater . Maryland s Senator Beall In Maryland , Sen Beall , first m _^^^^^^^ elected to the Senate m 1952 with _^^^^| HM _^^ B the Eisenhower landslide and re- _^^^^ _BBliliisSH elected in . 1958 over lackluster fl | flpP _^ J |&gt; 5 || H Mayor DAlesandro of Baltimore . W _EwmPgmyff _^ is given little chance of defeating _^ Ejb _^* i _^ jS _^ M former Democratic United States | _H&amp; / _^ ip || H peten...
Peter , Paul , and Mary [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Peter , Paul , and Mary ( Continued from Page 4 ) of Bob Dylan , whose The Times . They Are A-Changin was done excellently by the trio Why are Peter , Paul , and Mary so successful ? In a time when folk singing is no longer confined to railroad depots in the Midwest and West and to flats in Greenwich Villege , this one group has emerged head and shoulders above the rest aind shows promise of stability bevond that of the vogue . Not Great Singers They are not great singers Critics have often remarked unfavorably on the quallity of the individual voices At any rate , except for Mary s ability to control _hei voice in the low registers , there is nothing distinctive about their singing ability Furthermore , it is not their ability to take advantage of a fad The trio refused to appear on the television show Hootenanny It uas an atiocious show , Paul said We would not appear because they banned Pete Sccger Banning Pete Seeger from a show called Hootenanny , a word which he coined , is li...
_Wacts of Sunday ' s Demonstration [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
_Wacts of Sunday s Demonstration m ( Continued from Page 1 ) Seeling was called . The freshman Mini sect ions picked up the idea and _fftppirted the movement . If A second student involved tells a jlnilai story : he heard about the _Sradition over the public address Bstem but didn t know how to check % validity Since it was announced _^ ver the public address system , he as- % _ncd it was true &amp; Good Idea § He felt that the idea for a meeting In the Hartman Oval was a good _^ ne as there was a general lack of _^ nnt on campus . Freshmen weren t _Squired to wear dinks and tiadition dent and Neil Langerman , Senior Dorm counseloi of Hartman Hall to quell the demonstration . The attempts were in vain . In answ er to charges that the Committee for Social Action instigated the demonstration , Joe Fischgrund , Chairman of the Committee , declared that his oiganization was not responsible foi the demonstration Fischgrund added that members of the Committee who participated in t...
Peter , Paul , Mary — As Individuals , As a Group They Remain Successful [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Peter , Paul , Mary — As Individuals , As a Group They Remain Successful By LESLIE LENKOWSKY When ( Peter , Paul , and Mary skipped on to the stage in . Mayser Gymnasium Saturday night , they faced a cramped and restless audience Yet , after two hours of exciting entertainment , America s premier folk group received a well-deserved standing ovation from people who had little room in which to stand Combining virtuosity on the guitar , mastery of the folk song , and intense feeling for their material , the trio showed why , in little more than thice years , they have become internationally famous The Saturday night concert brought Homecoming Weekend to a fitting climax and set a standard for future Homecoming perform ¬ ers Paul Paul Stookey , the tall bearded one with the receding hairline , owns a $ 100 , 000 New York town house , complete with secret doors and a Jaguar in the garage . A native of Dorsey , Md , the 2 7-year old comic member of the trio atended Michigan State where he...
Football Vacation Only Vestige Of Tradition , Research Finds [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Football Vacation Only Vestige Of Tradition , Research Finds By DICK SCHUBERT The mortality rate of traditions at F and M is quite high When contacted by the REPORTER , Assistant Dean of Students Foster Ulrich commented that traditions are upheld only insofar as the students try to propogatc them . He cited that two years ago no student was supposed to walk on the College Seal in the library , that when he was a student here in 1952 , no freshman could walk in the DictzMeyran Quadrangle until the Homecoming Game , and that in 1952 and 1953 both Homecoming games were won but no day off followed . The year 1950 was the last time an extra day of vacation was given for an undefeated season , solely because that year was the last time an undefeated slate came about He further remembers that dinks were worn for the first two weeks of classes and that trouser legs were rolled up to the knees . All this has passed The tradition of ringing the Old Main Bell after each win was twice neglected...
Riot : 'Spirit' , 'Big Lift' , 'Rally ' , 'Misunderstanding ' [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964
Riot : Spirit , Big Lift , Rally , Misunderstanding By PETE KEERS With his varsity gridders _nding the crest of a four game victory skein , Coach George Storck was anticipating a relaxing day of work in his Mayser Gymnasius office Instead , the pigskin mentoi was called upon to make the transition from coach to peacemaker in what , at various points , threatened to become one of the most bizarre episodes to occur on this campus in recent years In a series of events centering around college traditions which were not being invoked with respect to Homecoming and football , Storck helped forestall what had loomed as a possible riot Analyzing his role in these pioceedings , Coach Storck felt that the threat of actual rioting has been greatly exaggerated during the past four days Following arc vanous impressions , some quite serious and olhcis humorous , winch the coach and several of his players leceivcd at the gathering m Hartman Oval on Sunday evening COACH STORCK This was a rally , no...