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Tank, Mat Teams Prep For Action [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 January 1953
Tank, Mat Teams Prep For Action By Bill Caddey With unblemished records behind them and bright prospects before them, KSU’s swimming and wrestling squads are preparing for this week’s action. Coach Bill Hoover’s tanksters will be the first to see action, poday they travel to Pittsburgh, Pa., for a meet with Carnegie Tech. Saturday they move to Berea to challenge BaldwinWallace. Four lettermen will bolster the* squad as the Golden Flash mermen strive to continue domination of their opponents. Last year, Kent eased by Carnegie Tech 4J5-39, and thoroughly splashed BaldwinWallace 56-27. Senior Ed McVehil, star diver and captain of the team, will be the big gun of the KSU attack. Bob Lahman and Joe Kempf, both sophomores, and Dave Bosomworth, a junior, round out the list of returning lettermen. A ten match winning streak will be on the mat Saturday when Coach Joe Begala’s wrestling team tangles with invading Case Tech. Revenge will be on the minds of Begala and his seven returning letter...
Alpha Phi’s, Engleman Top Team In Girls Pin Loop [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 January 1953
Alpha Phi’s , Engleman Top Team In Girls Pin Loop Alpha Phi and Engleman hall were the top teams in the final round of the Women’s Athletics Association bowling tournament. In the sorority division, Alpha Phi&lt; was followed by Delta Zeta, Alpha Xi Delta and Chi Omega. Engleman, Lowry, and Moulton finished in that order for the championship. Top averages for the Independents were compiled by Donna Bell and Jo Cook of Engleman with 164 and 156. Louis Eichenberg and Glenna Badger of Lowry rolled 144 and 134 respectively. Carol Lee Schmidt of Moulton averaged 139. Alpha Xi Delta’s Marilyn Miller and Marion Farrell led the Greeks with 144 and 143 averages. Janet de Nobel, Delta Zeta, 132; Nora
Air Force ROTC Riflers Win 16 Of 21 Matches [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 January 1953
Air Force ROTC Riflers Win 16 Of 21 Matches KSU’s Air Force rifle team won 16 of 21 matches fired during the fall quarter against other ROTC teams throughout the country. Members of the team are Tom' Perkowski, Jerry Clapp, Roy Reese, Jack Ramage, Fred Lowery, Don Weber, Carl Toot, Vaughn Jyrovat and Ronald Jyrovat. Among the defeated teams were Brown university, Ohio Wesleyan, Connecticut, Emory, Colby, Buffalo, Hobart, Princeton, and Pittsburgh. During the winter quarter, Air Force riflemen will fire in the nationwide William Randolph Hearst Trophy matches and the Air Force area matches. Matches are also scheduled against Harvard, Stanford, Idaho, Notre Dame, and Oklahoma A&amp;M. Coach of the Kent team is First Lieutenant William T. Mason.
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 January 1953
CALENDAR WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14 4-s—Student council meeting. Mi U. 4—Chi Pi meeting, 109 M. 7:30-9 Pershing Rifles Queen Judging, 205 U. 8-10 —Mid-week hop, Union ballroom. B—Kent Research group, Hartzell’a, 1443 S. Water st. Davis, Alpha Phi, 132; Virginia Bernick, Delta Zeta, 132, were the leading keglers in the sorority contest.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 January 1953
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 January 1953
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Sororities Announce Engagements; Formal, Dinner Plans [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 January 1953
Sororities Announce Engagements; Formal, Dinner Plans Alpha Gamma Delta president of last quarter, Janet Hall, was married to Dick Miglets on Dec. 31. She is now living in Miami, Florida, with her husband. Laura Jo Dalton has succeeded her as president. The Alpha Gam winter formal under the chairmanship of Jan Fritsch and Mary Sievert, will be held in the Ohio room of the Mayflower hotel in Akron on Feb. 14. Peg MacMillin was engaged to John Barren over the Christmas holidays. Shirley Moore was awarded the chapter scholarship award at the meeting Monday night for achieving a 4. average last quarter. The Alpha Gams will be the guests of the Chi Alphas tonight for a levi party. ALPHA XI DELTA will entertain Mrs. King, president of province two Jan. 19-21. A tea is being planned for her at 4-5 p.m., Jan. 21. Pinned were Bobbie Best to Walt Pierce, Delt, and Delores Meador to Wayne, Allee, Delt. Those engaged were Mary Bedell to John Hawkins, SAE from Mount Union, and alums Betty Cosset...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 January 1953
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
The DAILY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 45 THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1953 Ken'^|Btater 35ditor-in-Chief Ernest Mazza Competition Editor A1 Pashin Business Manager....James L. Young Librarian Janet Mayhall Managing Editor Ed Cliney Reporters—Maritheerese Burr, Roy Nows Editor Julia Yeagley Berko, Joy Rhodus Copy Editor...., Carol Levens Assistant Business Manager Feature Editor Larry Carpenter Cal Ratcliff Sports Editor Bill Miller Advertising Manager....Dick Granger Assistant.... Bud Ovington Assistant Advertising Manager .... Society Editor Barb Davidson Steve Turchik Assistant Marji Dick Editions Mgr..... Jerry Dougher Chief Photographer....Sheldon Factor Circulation Manager Jack Berry 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 Pr...
SC Accepts Berzinec’s Resignation [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
SC Accepts Berzinec’s Resignation By Bill Barrett Student Council, under the direction of Mary Ellen Cross, acting-president, accepted a letter of resignation from Bill Berzinec, past Council president, who dropped his duties because of a point-average deficiency. In accepting her post Miss Cross praised the work done by Berzinec during his tenure as Council leader and outlined the plans which she has for the coming quarters. “I really feel quite inadequate, stepping into his (Berzinec’s) shoes.” Miss Cross stated. “But,” she warned Council. “I am a stickler for responsibility. It will be your duty to resign if you feel you can’t do the job.” Her three point main program for Council includes: (1) the adoption and use of the new student constitution which is now being submitted to the Faculty committee for approval, (2) help for the student book exchange, and (3) instructions for Council so tWft each person will know the functions and responsibilities of the group. In another matter ...
Dates Are Set For 'Chaillot’ [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
Dates Are Set For 'Chaillot’ University Theatre’s first production of the 1953 season, of Chaillot,” will Hbe presented Jan 21 to 23 at 8:15 in the University auditorium. The play, which has its setting in the old Chaillot quarter of Paris, tells the story of the city’s rag pickers, peddlers, prospectors, and urchins. Directing a cast of 41 in the comedy fantasy is G. Harry Wright of the KSU faculty. The play was written in France by the late Jean Giraudoux during World War 11. At his request, the comedy was not produced until France was freed from German occupation. Margaret Sidley has the title role of the mad woman, Countess Aurelia. Tickets for the play, which is open to the public, are 60 cents and will be sold at the door.
ENLIST [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
ENLIST This afternoon at 4, the first meeting of the year for prospective staff members of the Kent Stater is scheduled to take place in the newspaper’s office, 115 M. Each student in good standing in the University is eligible to join the staff of the publication, the main requirement being a willingness to work. Stater Editor Ernie Mazza and his executive staff have outlined a program by which neophyte newshawks will be given every opportunity and encouragement to do an outstanding job on the student publication. News reporters, photographers, cartoonists, feature writers, sports and society aces are needed on the editorial staff. No previous publication experience is needed to win a spot in the masthead, for individual effort will be most heavily counted in the competition for staff openings.
Pork Barrel Acts To Be Reviewed [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
Pork Barrel Acts To Be Reviewed Tryouts for in-between acts for Pork Barrel will be held in the Union Jan. 20. The variety show is scheduled for Feb, 6, 7, Co-chairmen are Jim Glynn and Betty Ann Schmid. Rehearsals will be held Feb. 2, 3, 4, and 5, for all groups entering. Trophies will be awarded to winners in the sorority, fraternity, women’s independent and men’s independent divisions. Judges for the in-between acts are Dean of Women Margaret Swanson, Dean of Men Raymond Manchester, and Prof. E. Turner Stump, head of the speech department.
Janet Knapp Appointed Acting Director of UCF [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
Janet Knapp Appointed Acting Director of UCF Miss Janet Knapp of Farmingdale, New York, former assistant to Rev. A. Laten Carter, has been appointed acting director of United Christian Fellowship. Miss Knapp, who assumed her' duties at the beginning of the quarter, will supervise the student program of UCF until June 15. She succeeds Reverend Carter who resigned to accept a pastorate at the Salem Presbyterian church. A graduate of Oberlin college, she holds an A.B. degree with a music major, and an M.A. degree with a music history major. As part of the Oberlin-in-China program, Miss Knapp spent three years teaching in China. She has also taught at the Sleighton Farm School for Girls near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. “The students have plans that will make this one of the best quarters of service to the University that UCF has ever had,” reported Miss Knapp. UCF has more than..' 300 active members. The program is sponsored by eight Protestant denominations.
IFC Rulings Voted In And Out--And In [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
IFC Rulings Voted In And Out--And In Amendments to Interfraternity council’s constitution were voted on, passed, and then declared illegal in a meeting last Tuesday. After many arguments were tossed back and forth, a vote was taken and the amendments became valid with nine ballots in favor, two against, and two abstentions. All was bliss until the defeated minority discovered that according to another section of the present constitution, amendments had to be passed by a three-fourths vote. President Bob Saiger accepted a motion for a five minute recess so an agreement could be reached informally. Resuming again, a motion •Was made, seconded, and carried, to the effect that the new amendments would be legal, but with one stipulation. The agreement was that the new rules would be valid until IFC’s second meeting during rushing, when they would automatically become null and void. After this test period, they will be voted on again. The new amendments included the deferred rushing syste...