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FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 26 November 1952
FLASHES Here are final football statistics for the 1952 grid season, compiled by the athletic publicity office. RUSHING Net Times Yards Yards Yds. Player Carried Gained Lost Gained Cullom 159 847 25 822 Pitts 96 488 30 458 Scott 76 333 41 292 Norcia 51 243 3 240 Amodio 48 306 67 239 Skinner 1 29 0 29 Conway 4 23 5 18 Loftin 2 8 5 3 Mariano 2 0 6 6 Burke 3 0.9-9 Artino 49 92 105 —l3 PASSING Had Player Atts. Comp. Int. Yds. TD’s Artino 122 44 6 579 4 Scott 9 4 2 119 1 Amodio .... 13 6 1 67 1 Todd 11 0 30 0 Pitts - 4 11 17 1 Burke 4 0 0 0 0 PASS RECEIVING Player Caught Yds. Gained TD’s Scott 10 145 2 Pitts 9 140 1 Potokar 7 102 0 Amodio 4 84 0 Cullom 9 74 0 Barbee 8 70 1 Redlin 2 57 1 Norcia 7 142 0 PUNTING Player Punts Yards Avg, Blocked Todd ....49 1671 34.1 0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING PAT PAT Player TD’s Atts. Made Pts. Cullom 9 0 0 54 Norcia 7 2 0 42 Scott 6 0 0 36 Amodio 3 0 0 18 Pitts 3 0 0 18 Campbell 0 28 18 18 Artino 1 0 0 6 Barbee 1 0 0 6 Redlin 1 0 0 6 FIRST DOWNS Kent State 144 Op...
Six Lettermen Return For 1953 Cage Season [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 26 November 1952
Six Lettermen Return For 1953 Cage Season Ineligibility and lack of height has* been plaguing Clarence “Bud” Haerr in his second season as head basketball coach. Lack of any tall men in this day of basketball is a hard problem to lick but Bud thinks he has the answer in speed and aggressiveness. Lettermen back from last year’s squad which won 14 and lost 10 are co-captain Percy Grenfell, Larry Grist, Joe Alvado, Leo Kolk, Lowell Shumaker and Ron Foote. Kolk is the tallest member on the squad at 6-4 and he along with Foote and Kyle Worrall are ineligible till December 20, Foote and Shumaker lettered as freshmen last year. Three transfer students will see plenty of ac- tion this year. They are George Hamilton, from Ohio State, John Spiegel, from Valpariso, and Kyle Worrall from Baldwin Wallace. Grenfell, a senior, was the highthe highest scorer in 1950 and came in second last year behind Jim No'wakowski. Playing the guard position with Grenfell will probably be Alvado, a junior. Other...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 26 November 1952
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Sororities Arrange Parties; Pledges Completing Projects [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 26 November 1952
Sororities Arrange Parties; Pledges Completing Projects The Alpha Gamma Delta party planned last evening with' Alpha Epsilon Pi was postponed until Tuesday, Dec. 2. Social chairman Laura Jo Dalton announced that Marie Ringley will be chairman of this party. Dean Elizabeth Seegar was a din- 4 ner guest of Alpha Gamma Delta last week. The pledge class completed one of its projects yesterday afternoon. The drawing was held in the Brady for the two turkeys the pledges were raffling. Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta activation services were held Sunday night for Marilyn Kapcar, Elaine Kovalchik, Rosemary Prosen and Joan Kalbaugh. Marilyn Miller and Kitty Fisher were appointed Pork Barrel chairmen. Joanne George is in charge of the winter formal which will be held January 31, at the Portage hotel. For their pledge project, the pledges will sponsor a spaghetti dinner January 18. They are also collecting tax stamps. Elinor Smolinski was elected pledge class treasurer. The annual Christmas part...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 26 November 1952
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 26 November 1952
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
The DAILY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 35 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1952 Ken'^Stater Editor-in-€hief A1 Pashin Business Manager Bud Mays Managing Editor Bill Barrett News Editor Julia Yeagley Copy Editor Tom Duke News Editor Jim Butler Feature Editor Bruce Limpus Society Editor Pat Boehmer Sports Editor Bill Miller Librarian Mary Ann Loftus Chief Photographer.. Sheldon Factor Asst. Business Mgr Jim Young Adv. Mgr Cal Ratcliff Asst. Advertising Mgr..Dick Granger Edition Mgr Steve Turchik Circulation Manager.Carl Titgemeier The KENT STATER is published daily, Tuesday through Friday, during the regular school year and each Thursday during the summer sessions. It is suspended during the vacation periods. Entered as second class matter Oct. 11, 1927, at the Post Office at Kent, 0., under the act of 1879. Printed by Commercial Press, lnc„ 115 S. Depeyster St., Kent, O. Subscription price $2 a year. Editorial and business offices located in 115 Merrill hall. Kent State university.
Carter Leaves Religious Post [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
Carter Leaves Religious Post The Rev. A. Laten Carter will assume his new duties as pastor of the Salem, Ohio, First Presbyterian church, Jan. 1, 1953, after serving for five years as director of the United Christian fellowship. Rev. Carter assumed leadership of the UCF in December* 1947. Six denominations then sponsored the group—Baptist, Congregational, Disciples of Christ, Evangelical and Reformed, Presbyterian and Universalist. The Episcopalian and Evangelical United Brethren joined the group in 1949. Miss Janet Knapp, assistant dM rector of UCF this year, has been appointed acting director. She is a graduate of Oberlin college and held an . Oberlin-in-China teaching fellowship in 1946-49. Rev. Carter is a graduate of McCormick Theological Seminary, and served as a navy chaplain and pastor of the Venice Presbyterian church, Ross, Ohio. The Carters plan to move from their present residence at 540 S. Lincoln St. to Salem around the first of the year. Mrs. Carter is a member of the...
English 160 Class Opens [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
English 160 Class Opens All students who need English 160 will be able to sign up for classes on Friday. Hour cards will be distributed at the Registrar’s office, Thursday. During pre-registration, only students now enrolled in freshman English may register for English 161 or 162. Others needing these courses should drop English for winter quarter. These students will be notified by their dean if there are any openings at the close of registration on Jan. 5, If graduation depends on completing the English requirement, a student should see his dean regarding a special arrangement.
Poor Attendance Hinders Senior Class Meetings [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
Poor Attendance Hinders Senior Class Meetings Poor attendance hampered the efforts of senior class president Bill Pike at the class meetings held last Tuesday and Wednesday. The meetings were held at dif-* ferent times for the convenience of seniors with conflicting schedules but still the class was poorly represented at all meetings. At the Tuesday morning meeting, one person attended, while in the afternoon the representation rose to 15 out of the 1200 in in the class. No one tinned out for the Wednesday meeting. Pike says that plans will be formed to pick representatives from each fraternity, sorority, dormitory, and organization on campus. These delegates will represent their various groups at future class meetings. At last week’s meeting, the class dues were set at $1 per person and will be collected next week. The money will be used for payment of the senior class memorial. A dues committee was also appointed at the meetings.
Service Test Scheduled For This Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
Service Test Scheduled For This Thursday Selective Service College Qualification test is being given on the campus on Thursday, Dec. 4, at the University school auditorium. Prof. D, L. Arnold, representing the Educational Testing service, is in charge of the test. Students planning to take this test are reminded that their selective service card or other document showing the number and address of their local selective service board is needed. » They must bring with them the ticket of admission which has been sent to them by the Educational Testing service. This is the card which has on it the date and place of the test. Students may no longer apply to take the test at this time. However, the test will be given again on April 23, 1953. Those wishing to take this future test may apply from Dec. 14, 1952 to March 14, 1953. All students in college who have not taken the test and who have not completed their army service are advised to take the test.
Two Science Courses Set [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
Two Science Courses Set In addition to the interdepartmental Atomic Age course, the band and philosophy departments also are offering several new courses winter quarter. “Science since 1500’ is offered by the philosophy department for a three hour credit. A class to discuss the “Problems of the Atomic Age” wil meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in 317 McGivrey. Registration for this two hour credit course is in the biology office, 265 McGilvrey. Three Concert band classes are open winter quarter. Two classes meet five days a week, 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. The call number of the 4 p.m. class which is not listed in the class schedule is 1095. At 8 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, a beginning band class will meet. Students can enroll in these classes at the usual registration times.
Coed’s Father, Missionary’s Son Die In Two Holiday Crashes [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
Coed’s Father, Missionary’s Son Die In Two Holiday Crashes ► Two holiday accidents cost the life of the father of a 17-year-old Kent coed and that of the baby son of Rev. Dewey Hale, KSU’s “Flying Missionary.” Kenneth Hale, 17-months-old, was 4 fatally injured Friday when his father’s car collided with a tractortrailer at the intersection of E. Tallmadge and Home aves. in Akron. In “critical” condition in St. Thomas hospital is Hale’s wife, Neoma, 31. 'ln his short lifetime young Hale traveled more than 35,000 miles with his missionary parents. The family had planned to leave for Africa in mid-January. Rev. Hale said, “Our loss is heaven’s gain. We thank God for the 17 months’ ray of sunshine loaned us. For one of such a young age, he lived a busy and interesting life.” Kenneth was born in St. Louis, Mo., in June, 1951. Rev. Hale is now studying at KSU, preparing to return to the missionary fields equipped with his own air transportation. In the second fatal accident, Nicholas Zervo...