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VACATION [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 25 November 1952
VACATION Tomorrow’s edition of the STATER will be the last one published this week due to Thanksgiving vacation. It is therefore suggested that all organizations desiring notices and announcements printed in that paper, turn in their information at the STATER office as early as possible today.
EDITORIAL What’s What? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 25 November 1952
EDITORIAL What’s What? Headline, STATER—WHO’S WHO LISTS TOP 32 STUDENTS. Headline, CASE TECH—SENATE SUSPENDS WHO’S WHO., * * * Behind the bannerline of the student paper at Case Institute of Technology in Cleveland, is a story that bears repeating. It is a story that has been repeated time after time at a host of colleges and universities throughout the nation. A committee to investigate the function and origin of ‘‘Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities” was organized by the student senate at Case after suspicions of fraud became aroused. The action was taken when “Who’s Who” raised the quota of eligible students from each school while enrollments at those schools were falling. The committee unearthed some amazing information about the organization which supposedly was “honoring” the nation’s BMOC’s. They found that the National Association of Deans of Men had decided “Who’s Who” was a profit-making business. The Better Business Bureau condemned the organization as “engagi...
Pershing Riflers Battle And Kent Is Saved [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 25 November 1952
Pershing Riflers Battle And Kent Is Saved By Anne Liberati We marched, we marched and we marched . . . From the ROTC building to someplace on the outskirts of Kent, the two platoons of Pershing Rifles began their mock battle, Saturday morning. The offensive platoon, which was 4 three times as big as the defensive squad, made very good attacks. Yours truly, who was trying to act like a war-correspondent, was with the defensive squad . . . we ran! The town of Kent was the target. The defensive forces were situated on an outpost road to delay the opposing squad and to protect Kent as the offensive platoon advanced. When the battle started, the fun began. Hiding behind a hill, the defensive squad was all situated ready to let the offensive platoon really “have it” when they started to advance. They did. But such retreats, you never saw. Anyone who wasn’t in shape surely was in for a tough night. The, first obstacle the squads ran into were some nice brown, unfriendly bulls. They really ...
'Riders’ Highlight One Acts [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 25 November 1952
'Riders’ Highlight One Acts By Louis Paskoff The Studio Theatre’s second “Evening of Plays” was presented last Thursday to a justifiably enthusiastic crowd. I found the four plays often entertaining and, in one case, memorable. Frank Tomkin’s “Sham” exploited the gimmick of having a thief turns out to be more a gentleman than the people from whom he steals. The play weak and the situation overworked. Yet the play came off, thanks to Rice Hershey as the sophisticated second story man. His brilliant work in Mr. Tomkins’ charade was an example of how a dramatist’s sow’s ear can be made into a performer’s silk purse. He delivered his undistinguished lines with such elegant cattiness that the delighted audience accepted them as really witty. His movements, from the appalled lift of an eyebrow to the stuttering stabs with which he mashed out a cigarette, were beyond cavil. He made a character real. John Lioce was likeable as the robbed man, and was a good straight man for the hero. Jerry ...
10 Home Dates On Cage Schedule For 1952-53 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 25 November 1952
10 Home Dates On Cage Schedule For 1952-53 With basketball season rapidly approaching, the STATER is re-printing the cage schedule for the 1952-53 season. The schedule originally appeared in the Oct. 9 issue, but many students have asked to have it printed again. Here is the schedule: Friday, December 5—Miami* At Kent Wednesday, December 10 —John Carroll At Cleveland Friday, December 12—Cincinnati* At Kent Saturday, December 13 —Ohio U* At Athens Tuesday, December 16—Wooster At Wooster Saturday, December 20—Western Michigan* At Kalamazoo Monday, January 5 —Ohio U* At Kent Tuesday, January 6 —Western Reserve* At Cleveland Saturday, January 10 —Toledo* At Kent Tuesday, January 13—Youngstown At Kent Saturday, January 17—Wittenberg At Springfield Wednesday, January 21—Akron At Akron Saturday, January 24—Baldwin-Wallace At Berea Tuesday, January 27 —Toledo* At Toledo Saturday, January 31—Western Reserve* At Kent Thursday, February 5—Western Michigan* At Kent Saturday, February 7—Bowling ...
Ohio U Plays Harvard In ’53 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 25 November 1952
Ohio U Plays Harvard In ’53 Ohio university has taken a step into big-time football and scheduled Harvard university for a two-game series in 1953 and 1954. Harvard is the oldest university in the United States and Ohio U the oldest in the northwest territory. Ohio U is a Mid-American conference opponent of Kent State. The first meeting of the two teams will be on Oct. 3, 1953 at Cambridge, Mass, in the Harvard stadium. The stadium seats 57, 166 and is the first stadium built in America. Arrangements for the 1954 meeting are incomplete. The 1953 contest will be the first time that any football team representing an Ohio college or university has clashed with Harvard Varsity football history at Harvard goes back to 1874, 20 years before Ohio U initiated the sport. At one time Harvard produced great football teams, but in recent years its success has not been so outstanding.
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 25 November 1952
CALENDAR TUESDAY, NOV. 35 9-4—Student interviews with the Marine corps, 306 U. 11—Senior class meeting, 317 McG. 4—Phi Alpha Theta, 103 M. 4—Senior class meeting, 317 McG. 4-5—WSSF committee meeting, 304 U. 4-5—Pan hellenic council meeting, 205 U. 4—Women’s League meeting, 101 M. 7-8:30—Square Dance club meeting, University school gym. 7-10—Kappa Alpha Mu meeting,K photo studio. 7 —Christian Science organization business meeting, 301 M. 7— IVCF meeting, 303 M. 7:30-10—Kent Council on World Affairs meeting, 307 U. 1—WSSF assembly, Union ballroom. 8- —Spanish club meeting, 313 K. 8-10—Alpha Gamma Delta-Alpha Epsilon Pi party, Alpha Gamma Delta house. 8-10—Gamma Phi Beta-Phi Sigma Kappa party, Phi Sigma Kappa house.
Rules Session Will Feature MA Meeting Over Weekend [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 25 November 1952
Rules Session Will Feature MA Meeting Over Weekend The Kent State athletic department will leave in mass exodus this Friday and Saturday for Denison university, Granville, Ohio, for the annual Mid-American conference winter business meetings. A rules clinic aimed at greater consistency in basketball officiating will be the feature of the semi-annual meetings. Denison’s athletic director, Sid Jenkins, has “loaned” its fieldhouse and basketball team for the clinic Saturday at 10 a.m., to be attended by all officials who will work MidAmerican games this winter. With the Denison squad demonstrating play situations, Mack Schaeffer will explain rule changes, and A. L. Smith and Stan Machock will cover play situations. All three are listed to officiate this season. The officials who will attend the clinic already have received preliminary material from Commissioner David E. Reese with special attention to standardizing calls on guarding from the rear, fouls in “follow-up” territory, fouls ...
Mat Clinic Held Here December 6 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 25 November 1952
Mat Clinic Held Here December 6 An instructional clinic for Ohio high school wrestling coaches will be held at Kent State university Saturday, Dec. 6. Scheduled to lecture are Casey Fendericks, Ohio State wrestling coach; Clarence Eckert, 1952 scholastic champion from Euclid; Gene Gibbons, national champion from Michigan State and Bill Nelson, three time national champion from Iowa State Teachers college. Fendricks will talk on takedowns, Eckert on pinning combinations and Gibbons and Nelson on riding and control. Two movies will be shown. One will be the 1952 National Championship wrestling finals. Kent State wrestling coach Joe Begala is in charge of the clinic.
QUICK FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 25 November 1952
QUICK FLASHES There will be a meeting of the Varsity K club tonight at 7:30 in room 171 of the M.P.E. building. All “K” men are urged to be present. ♦ * * Freshman basketball coach Dick Kotis is in the process of trimming his squad to about 20 members. Eighty men turned out for opening drills last week. * * * The Flubs of Ava corridor in Stopher hall pulled a major upset by downing the Ava varsity on penetrations after their touch football grudge battle ended in a 7-7 tie. A1 “Herman Hickman” Capel coached the winners.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 25 November 1952
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 25 November 1952
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4 Campus Organizations Plan Their Activities [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 25 November 1952
4 Campus Organizations Plan Their Activities The Twin bands held their third annual banquet at the Mayflower hotel last Friday. Dancing to records followed the dinner. The program began with the in-* troduction of the master of ceremonies, Lee McMillen. The latter then introduced Roy D. Metcalf, professor of music and director of the band. Professor Metcalf delivered a short talk on the 1952 marching season. Group singing was led by Bonnie Fishburn, social chairman. Chuck Loparo, Lynn Gilmore, Bob Feldbush, and Clyde Morrison made up a vocal quartet who entertained with numerous interpretations. Another vocal quartet called the “Mystics,” consisting of Adelaine Metcalf, Ann Lee, Nancy Slater, and Dorothy Groson, sang several selections. The evening was topped off by the showing of movies of the spring quarter Philadelphia trip and portions of the 1953 twin marching bands in action. Orchesis Orchesis and the major modern dance classes attended a concert and dance program at Mount Uni...
Independents Give Show [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 25 November 1952
Independents Give Show At a meeting held recently in Moulton Music room, 32 pledges of the Independent Student association presented a talent show. The show was to be imagined as a television performance on station ISA. The master of ceremonies introduced dancing, singing, instrumental groups, a style show, commercials, and short skits. The finale included the ISA song. Meetings of ISA will be held in the dance room beneath Wills gym.
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 25 November 1952
WKSU-FM TUESDAY, NOV. 25 11:57 Sign on 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 Especially for Women 12:45 With the Feminine Touch 1:00 Music for the Connoiseur 2:00 Sign off 4:57 Sign on 5:00 Ressler at Random 5:15 Children’s Corner 5:30 Excursions in Science 5:45 News and Sports 6:00 Dinner Hour 7:00 University Library Presents 7:30 American Folkways 8:00 Lord Radcliff Talks 8:30 News 8:85 Evening Devotions 8:45 Sign off “Matador,” by Bamaby Conrad, will be the book reviewed this evening at 7 on “University Library Presents.” The reviewers will be Mrs. Shirley Sippola and Mr. Arnulfo Trejo.