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Garnet Varsity Booters Seek To Upset Soccer Win Skein [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 27 October 1964

Garnet Varsity Booters Seek To Upset Soccer Win Skein With All-Conference lineman Clem Dossa pacing the way , Swarthmoic s vaisity booters will be seeking a repeat of last year s triumph ovci th _<_ Big Blue One of two African-American Institute scholars on the squad , Dossa will be joined on the line by co-rap-tam Dave Rowley , John Wehmillci , Tom Grubb , and Frank Bnggs Pioviding stiong reserve strength for the Little Quakcis will be C . coll _Mua gulu , the othci <\ fncan _stiulmt i Fci , Rich Vallcc , and \ 1 _nniliiiil All thicc starting _halflmi ks ti » the 1963 unit arc back _uitli Rj Snydei , Paul Stevens and Did Schcinman manning these slots Bi > ing up these booteis aic C iff _W ™ buiy and Shira _/ Bhanji All-Confeience fust team lull 1 Dana Carroll will be hamllmi ! _<! at the left fullback post with -. opto moic Mickey Hcrbeit at imht _M back Spelling them is Tom Knimi Holding down the goal ¦ _itlil the Garnet will be thiec- \...

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

_Gastro-ColomV Epidemic Traced By Appel _, Wood With the recent epidemic of gas-tro-colonic upset , 1 the infirmary pulled out its almost forgotten bottle of paregoric , as well as the more familiar kaopectate , and treated some seventy reported cases of intestinal trouble While it is certain that something caused this , the specific causative agent remains in doubt Dr . James Appcl , the College physician , feels that some type of virus , probably from a recent turkey dinner played a role in this outbreak However , the Wood Food Service , which supplied the College with the turkey for a dinner on October 12 th , has conducted an extensive investigation into the matter , and found no direct connection between their food and the trouble . They reported that both Lafayette and Lehigh Colleges were served the same turkey with no adverse effects The F and M College administration has not committed itself one way or another .

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

F and M Hosts Haverford Aiming to extend their victory skem to five contests , Coach Storck s varsity gridders will be hosting Haverford s varsity eleven this Saturday In a non-conference encounter last Satuiday , the Mainhners played Hamilton to a 6-6 standstill Directing a 40-man squad , Ford mentor Bill Docherty can call on the services of 16 lettermen fiom the 1963 club , and 15 promising yearlings Foiemost among the returnees may be a pair of veteran quarterbacks , Don Ulie and Danny Murphy , halfback Chuck Lawicnce , and guaid Haigh Fox Numbered among the more promising yearling hopefuls arc Larry Taylor , a former All-Interac tackle , halfback Sam Porrecca , quarterback Pete Loeschc , and guard Dick Langner .

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Amendments Call For Direct Ballot [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Amendments Call For Direct Ballot Scpaiaic constitutional amendments calling for the duect election ol Student Council officcis were picsentcd to Council Thuisday night by Da \ c Braun and Paul Rich Both suggested amendments declaic that the Council shall nominate candidates for the five positions on the executive committee and that the election shall be held at laigc Two Differences Two diffcienccs exist in the pioposals The Rich amendment stipulates that the piesidential nominees must be | umors while the Braun suggestions makes no such specilication Biaun pioposcd that theic be two nominees foi each oilicc while Rich s amendment makes no mention of the numbci of nominees Council Piesident Mike Yag £ > y asked that Rich and Biaun _<> et togcthci to stiaightcn out the _differences in then pioposals and then issue a joint amendment at the Council meeting Thuisday night Rich s Reasons Rich stated that he feds that e \ en though the Council officcis ai...

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_Vol 1 , No 30 Lancaster , Pa , November 3 , 1964 Six Pages IFC Evaluates Mixers , Weekend , Will Sponsor Buses to Muhlenberg [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

_Vol 1 , No 30 Lancaster , Pa , November 3 , 1964 Six Pages IFC Evaluates Mixers , Weekend , Will Sponsor Buses to Muhlenberg I By MEL SHANDLER • The IFC evaluated the fraternity mi \ crs , homecoming weekend , and the . sponsoring of buses to the Muhlenberg ¦ ¦ football game at its meeting last Wcdncsday night at the Kappa Sigma fra- < ternity house I The IFC representatives also disIcussed the selection of the cntertaincis Ifor the IFC weekend in March I Ulrich Commends Piesent during the first part of the meeting , Dean Ulrich commended the fraternities for the part they played in the success of the homecoming parade , He also told the representatives that Sthc administration was giateful that there had been no complaints fiom i Lancaster citizens during the entire weekend The only mai of the weck- , end was the disappearance of two cam- ; pus traffic signs ( one STOP and one DO NOT ENTER ) . Rick Sandier , President of the IFC . also thanked the fraternities foi then ...

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Inclusive Prograui Set For 'Writer of Semester ' [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Inclusive Prograui Set For Writer of Semester Jean \ nouilh _, whose plays cuncntl . are being pcifoimed moie often thai those of any othci playulight of the v \ cstcm world ( including Shakespeare ) , has been selected as _Wntci of the Semester in a new piograrr instituted at F and M . The piogiam is intended to piovidc the campus community with a common intellectual and cultural experience \ series of events planned foi the next few weeks will piovide students and inteicsted pcisons from the Laneastci aica with an unusual oppoitunity to lead and discuss some of ; \ nouilh s works and to see them pcifoimed Becket Discussion The fiist event of the _Wnter of the Semester Piogiam will be a panel discussion of Bcekct , to be held in the Gicen Room on Thuisday , November 5 at 11 . 00 am Mcmbcis of the panel will be Piofessois Richaid Mw- ^ ara and _Angela Jcannet of the dep artment of romance languages and Piofessois Gciald Enscoc and Edward _Biubakcr of the department of Englsh Profess...

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Countess Tolstoy To Deliver Topics Lecture on Her Father [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Countess Tolstoy To Deliver Topics Lecture on Her Father By Richard Schrot Countess Alc \ ancha Tolstoy will dehvei the second 1964-65 Topics Lcctuie Thuisday . The Countess subject -will be Leo Tolstoy . My Fathci The lcctuie will be at 8 pin . in Hcnsel Hall . Youngest Daughter The youngest daughter of the emi ncnt Russian w ntei Leo Tolstoy \ _lcxandra Tolstoy is famous in hei own right , not only foi _perpetuating hei fathci s ideal s thiough hci lecturing and her several books , but aiLo foi her philantiopie deeds While still in Russia in the early 1900 s , she used her hteiaiy piofit to buy land which she distnbutcld to the peasants Well leah / ing the difficult plight of the refugee , since she uas heisclf a lefugcc to the United States . Countess Tolstoy helped establish the Tolstoy Foundation , ¦ w hose main puipose is to assist immigrants , _specially those who weic victims of Communist oppiession Today the foundation has offices in ten coun ¬ tries Critic Miss 1 olstov ha...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Gittleman Named To Serve IAESTE On Natl Committee Mark Gittleman , Ji , 66 , has become the first student ever named u the National Committee of the Intelnational Association foi the Exchange of Students foi Technical Expciiencc ( I \ STE ) Gittleman , a membei of the Colcgc Scholai Piogiam with an academic concentration in chcmistiy , was named to the Committee and appointed legional _I-XESTE Repiescntative foi Pennsylvania and New Jeisev at a meeting in New Yoik City lecently Completion Ihs appointment maikcd the complet . on of F and M s second yeai of participation in _IAESTE Piofcssor Wolff Von Weinsdoiff , of the department of Get man and campus advisci foi the I \ ESTE Progiam since its inception here , was also elected to the oigani / ation s National Committee I < VESTE is a private non-piofit oiganuation which enables students of _engineering and the sciences to obtain _an-the-job naming in . a foieign countiy 10 Of 110 Von _Wcinsdoiff today noted that 10 of the...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Geologist Dr . Wise Now in Chicago To Advise NASA Dr Donald U Wise , associate piolessor of geology , is one of two geological representatives at a series ol meetings of the NASA Space Science Board s Lunar and Planetology Committee , currently underway in Chicago Wise and Dr Harry Hess , chairman of the geology department at Princeton University , are the geological representatives on the national committee which is responsible for advising NASA on the planning and priority of experiments for lunar and planetary probes . Wise gained national scientific at . lention last year for his work on de- ; _velopmcnt of a new theory of the moon s origin Darwin-Wise Theory , His studies stimulated what is known as the Darwin-Wise hypothesis i of tlm moon s origin , which suggests > , lllat the moon broke off from the 5 _wuh about 4 / j billion yeais ago j _whcn the earth was still solidifying ;] The hypothesis , revised by Wise , _was iirst suggested in 1879 by Sir j Geoi _, Darwin...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

French Club To Meet The French Club willl meet tomorrow at 7 : 30 in Dean DePuys house . Professor Harry L . Butler , chairman of the department of romance _Ianguageb will speak .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

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Lyons , Taylor , Treml Air Views On Voluntary Social Security Plon [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Lyons , Taylor , Treml Air Views On Voluntary Social Security Plon Professors Norman Taylor , Vladmir Treml , and Will Lyons , all of the economics department , were asked their views on the Social Security program When asked if he believed that most citizens wanted to participate in the social security program , Taylor answered , Yes . . . Even most doctors are anxious to get under social security Taylor was then asked why making the program voluntary is ineffective Taylor s reply runs something like this- there are many well-to-do families that , although they are entitled to , never collect their social security benefits . There is , then , moie money available for those who really need it If the system were to be made voluntary , those well-to-do families would probably not bother to participate in the program . It appears , then , that any success the system may have had in the past is due to the fact that it is being paid for by people not obliged to do so . It appears that th...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Campaign Viewpoints From Three Professors Professor John Vanderzell of the government department considers the most important issue m this campaign Goldwaterism Asked about the future of the country in case of a Goldwater victory , Vanderzell said , Look at the voting record , there is no basis for optimism there . As far as our prestige goes , NATO is very apprehensive I can see a complete disintegration of NATO if Goldwater wins this election Professor Sidney Wise , chairman of Sidney Wise the government department , sees the major political issue m the compaign as the thermonuclear age . We must have responsible leadership in an age when we are so close to an allout thermonuclear war Goldwalei has said that he believes in the inevitability of nuclear war He also believes in foreign policy by ultimatum In an age such as ours this is not good We must have a man in the White House who will keep a cool head Another issue is what kind of society we want Do we want a society that ignor...

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_[ COLLEGE . REPORTER , _( _-KANM-nnu ..- * Election Tally Sheet * [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

_[ COLLEGE . REPORTER , _( _-KANM-nnu ..- * Election Tally Sheet * The great game of speculation and vote-guess-ing that takes place every four years has been played again this year , producing some interesting results . The REPORTER has compiled the conclusions of three major United States polls . Listed below are the results of the research of U . S . News and World Report / Time , and Newsweek ( which used the Harris poll . ) The paper s editorial board has also listed its prognostications . A blank column has been left for those who want to fill in the actual results , state by state , and compare them to the educated guesses of the experts . There are a total of 538 electoral votes . It takes 270 to win .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

IFC Meeting ( Continued from Page 1 ) cil that he had narrowed his choices of entertainment for the Saturday afternoon concert to Harry Belafonte , Ray Charles , Andy Williams , and Louis Armstrong . Athletic Committee Sandier again advised formation of an athletic committee to be composed of the athletic chairman of each individual house . This committee _uould advise the IFC of the fraternity brothers ideas on athletic contests and events The IFC , in turn , would then be better able to consult the administration in terms of specific proposals ( such as an inter-fraemity ping-pong tournament , for example ) .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

IAESTE ( Continued from Page 1 ) In addition , although many American colleges and universities participate in IAESTE , the only active campus organizations for the program are at Yale , Case Institute of Technology and here _Gittlcman , from AUentown , Pa , is president of the F and M IAESTE organization , and spent twelve weeks abroad as a participant in the exchange student program this summer As an IAESTE trainee , he worked in the research plastics laboratories of BASF , a large West German chemical corporation , located in Ludwigshafen , on the Rhine River near Heidelberg .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — F&M College Reporter — 3 November 1964

Acct . Club To Meet The Accounting an Tin- 0 Club will hold a din . i i _« n _: at the Royal House ¦ ¦ cumber 11 th at 6 : 30 p . m e f _* speaker will be Mr _^ rrc ) from General _Electru _^ ° jj speak on the opportuf ILS . m _ dustrial accounting a , n : l c Please sign up in the : > ess M partment by Novembci

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