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EDITORIAL Fraternity Row [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 December 1952
EDITORIAL Fraternity Row Yesterday’s Stater report of Student council meeting carried the information that the possibility of “setting up a fra-ternity-sorority row” had been discussed. I wish to go on record now as thoroughly endorsing the plan, and will enlist the columns of the Stater to work toward its adoption and successful completion. I am taking this stand for I feel there is a definite need at this University for a center such as is outlined. A “Greek row” as such, would benefit all Kent students as well as faculty members and townspeople. Fraternity and sorority activities, if the plan can amicably be worked out, could be more easily coordinated. The result would be closer harmony and more complete unity among the greek organizations, their members and pledges. An additional advantage of such a plan would be the availability of good control systems which would require standard health safeguards and safe, reasonable group activities. If greek organizations build homes “to o...
RAMPUSCOPE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 December 1952
RAMPUSCOPE A student at Ohio State either was the victim of unusual circumstances or else he has the best line that anyone has ever heard. He had to have 15 to 20 stitches about his face as the result of being hit by a wine bottle. His explanation was a lulu: When he walked outside on his way to a Newman club meeting he saw two boys drinking wine in front of his house. He asked them what they were doing and they hit him with the bottle. His only comment after arriving home from the hospital was, “I have some studying to do.” * * * Two Austrian lads were hiking through the Alps with their mother one day. After many hours of gruelling climbing, they came to a very sharp precipice. One of the small boys turned and pushed the woman off. Turning to his brother, he said, “Look Hans, no Ma!” * # * A column in the Western Herald at Western Michigan college gave a synopsis of what to expect from movies in 1954. Don Ameche will invent the Atom Bomb, and the March of Time will make “Dope, and ...
Cadets Attend AAS Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 December 1952
Cadets Attend AAS Meeting Over the Thanksgiving vacation Eugene R. Jacobson, a senior in the college of business administration, and Allan M. Sveda, a senior in the college of liberal arts, attended the Arnold Air Society convention at Los Angeles. Both men are cadet majors in the AFROTC at KSU, and Allan Sveda is the president of the local chapter of the Arnold Air Society. Captain Horace L. Cone, assistant professor of Air Science and Tactics, accompanied the students as a representative from the department of Air Science. They drove from Kent to WrightPatterson AFB on November 26, leaving there on the 27th aboard a USAF C-47 passenger aircraft. They spent that night at Tinker AFB in Okahoma City, and had Thanksgiving dinner the next day at Phoenix, Arizona. The two cadets attended sessions of the convention on Friday and Saturday and were members of several v committees which discussed problems important to the Air Force and to the society. The high point of the convention activi...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 December 1952
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Kent-vs-Miami In Case Opener Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 December 1952
Kent-vs-Miami In Case Opener Tonight Miami university’s point hungry Redskins will be out for their second win of the season when they face the Flashes tonight at the M.P.E. building. Game time is 8:15. The high scoring Redskins are' ranked among the top 20 teams in the U. S. They are scheduled to compete in the Madison Square Garden tournament during the Christmas vacation. The men from Oxford showed a few things Wednesday night when they beat Rndlay college 97-51. Miami’s coach Bill Roher, like Bud Haerr is beginning his second season, but under different circumstances. Roher piloted Miami to the co-championship of the Mid - American conference last year. He has the services of 13 lettermen from the championship team, four of them regulars. Haerr has only five returning lettermen from last year’s squad which dropped ten games. To top it all off, three of the boys Haerr planned on using this year will not be eligible until the end of the quarter. Kyle Worrall, 6-2 transfer student ...
TICKETS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 December 1952
TICKETS Tickets for the KSU-Miami basketball game tonight are on sale in the Police office between Kent and Merrill halls. Tickets are 25 cents apiece with activity card. Student tickets will be sold at the southwest ticket booth only at the game. To avoid the confusion and rush at the gate you are urged to purchase your tickets early.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 December 1952
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Chi Alpha And Beta’s Appoint; Phi Bete’s Announce Pinnings [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 December 1952
Chi Alpha And Beta’s Appoint; Phi Bete’s Announce Pinnings Three representatives from Chi Alpha recently visited the national fraternities at Thiel college in Greenville, Pa., and were entertained by one of the chapters at a dinner dance. Chi Alpha held an open house for# their new housemother, Mrs. Mary L. Maske, on Nov. 23. Don Mickey was recently appointed pledgemaster by the president, Marion Moser, and Karl Miller was elected rush chairman. Alpha Phi Beta Dick Stucker and Art Wallach were recently initiated into Blue Key. Jim Littlefield was elected treasurer to replace Art Wallach who is to be married this month. Don Glenn was elected corresponding secretary to fill the post vacated by Jim Littlefield. The Beta’s held an exchange dinner Tuesday with Gamma Phi Beta. Phi Beta Phi Tuesday evening Phi Beta Phi entertained Alpha Chi Omega at the chapter house. The party was a Spanish costume affair. Refreshments were served and gifts were awarded for best costumes, and winners of g...
RELIGIOUS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 December 1952
RELIGIOUS NEWS Wesley Foundation is having its annual Christmas banquet at the Methodist church Sunday at 6. The theme of the program will be “4000 Years of Christmas.” The house will be decorated at 7 Friday evening. The tentative schedule for Newman club's winter program will be discussed at this Sunday evening’s meeting. The meeting will be held at 7:30, at St. Patrick’s hall.
ISA Pledges 21 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 December 1952
ISA Pledges 21 The 21 new pledges of Independent Students association are: Kirkly Maxwell Rexson, Sally Delaxnater, Loren poniley, Jacqueline Someroski, Connie White, and Mary Lou McAllister. Carol Raymond, Ellen Pendleton, Pat Pyles, Gene A. Woodbeven, Mary Lou Geauman, Marilyn Whiteman, Judy Dunn, and Norma Whitly are also included in the pledge class. Completing the list of ISA pledges are; Antonette Kramer, Karen Groves, Wanda Milligan, Pat Ramsey, Julia Kies, Rae Grossman, and Mary Lee Vogel.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 December 1952
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
The DALLY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 39 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1952 Kent@Btater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin Business Manager Bud Mays Managing Editor Bill Barrett News Editor Jim Butler Sports Editor Bill Miller 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, Inc., 115 S. Depeyster St„ Kent, 0. Subscription price $2 a year. Editorial and business offices located in 115 Merrill hall. Kent State university.
High School Coach Replaces Edington [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
High School Coach Replaces Edington Frank X. Lauterbur, head football coach at Cleveland Collinwood high school, has been appointed line coach at Kent, it was announced today by Athletic Director Trevor J. Rees. ► The Collinwood coach will fill the vacancy created by Homer Edington, who resigned to become technical advisor for supervisors of athletic and recreational programs for American occupational forces in Europe. Lauterbur’s resignation at Collinwood is effective Jan. 30. He will take over duties here Feb. 1. In addition to his line coaching job, he will also serve as a health and physical education instructor. A native of Sidney, 0., Lauterbur is a graduate of the University of Detroit high school. He received his A.B. degree at Mount Union college in 1949. He then coached a year at Wickliffe high before going to Collinwood. In his three years at the Cleveland school, Lauterburg’s teams won 18 games, lost eight and tied three. His 1951 squad chalked up a 9-1-1 record. Lauterb...
RADIO PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
RADIO PLAY Charles Dickens’ “Christmas Carol” will be presented over WKSU-FM on Dec. 18 performed by Kent State students. Students with radio speaking or acting experience may try out for parts in this program today at 4 p.m. and again at 8:30 tonight in the studios of WKSU-FM on the third floor of Kent hall.