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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
The DAILY Kent Stater TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1952 VOL. XXIX, No. 5 Kent@Stater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin Managing Editor Bill Barrett Business Manager Bud Mays News Editor Jim Butler Feature Editor Tom Fitzpatrick Copy Editor Tom Duke Chief Photographer-Mario Blechman Society Editor Pat Boehmer Sports Editor Jim Witzberger Assistant Joe Durbin Librarian Mary Ann Loftus Asst. Business Mgr Jim Young Adv. Mgr Cal Ratcliff Asst. Advertising Mgr..Dick Granger Edition Mgr Tom Duke 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, Inc., 115 S. Depeyster St., Kent, 0. Subscription price $2 a year. Editorial and business offices located in 115 Merrill hall, Kent State university.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
“GET OFF MY BACK” is what KSU back Paul Amodio (10) seems to be telling an unidentified Western Reserve defender in last Friday’s game at Memorial stadium. Reserve’s Candy Carroll (63) is coming across to assist his teammate while Bob Scott (42) and Ken Redlin (82) move in for Kent.
Draft Will Soon Precede All—Hershey [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
Draft Will Soon Precede All—Hershey Military training will eventually precede college training for a majority of the young men in the United States was the opinion expressed Saturday by Major General Lewis B. Hershey. The director of the Selective Service system stated that a change is likely for next fall in regulations permitting draft deferment of college students. He also said industrial and agricultural employers who have registrants now deferred on occupational grounds should be on notice to get replacements for them among returning veterans. Last month in an interview, Hershey expressed hope for the end of the college deferment program. He made it clear, however, that he expects the change to be gradual. Hershey adds, however, “For some highly selected individuals, it conceivably may be in the national interest for college to precede service, but either way the requirment of service must be met.”
ID Cards Arrive; Available Today [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
ID Cards Arrive; Available Today After a delay of several days, the identification cards have arrived and may be picked up at the Registrar’s office today according to Charles E. Atkinson, registrar. All beginning freshmen and transfer students are requested to get their cards at the Registrar’s office this morning. The ID cards must be carried at all times and are necessary in order to obtain student tickets for campus activities.
Rackham, Workman Set For Air Force Conclave [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
Rackham, Workman Set For Air Force Conclave The university will be represented at a national Air Force ROTC conference to be held Oct. 15, it was announced today. Eric N. Rackham, dean of the college of liberal arts, and Col. William G. Workman, commanding officer of the KSU department of air science and tactics, will represent Kent at the annual affair. The conference will take place at* the Air university, Maxwell Air Force base, Montgomery, Ala., with more than 175 college directors and deans in attendance. In addition to this meeting, Air Force ROTC instructors from 188 colleges and universities in the United States, Hawaii and Puerto Rico will take part in a two-section conference scheduled for Oct. 15 and 22. The meeting will explain proposed changes and improvements in the Air Force ROTC program, according to Brig. Gen. M. K. Deichelmann, commandant of the AFROTC program. The newly instituted AFROTC course of instruction, which began this year, will also be reviewed. The Air ...
Ex-Publication Advisor In PR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
Ex-Publication Advisor In PR Roy Apple, a 1947 Kent graduate and advisor to student publications last year, is now employed by the Profit Sharing Industries in Akron. He is working in the public relations field. Apple spent last year as acting advisor to student publications in the absence of Dario Politella, regular advisor who is on military leave in Korea. Apple also worked towards his master’s degree in education. His duties in his new position include editing an eight-page monthly publication plus making several business trips.
Faculty Group Displays Art [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
Faculty Group Displays Art An exhibition of the works of the University Art faculty opened at Butler Art institute in Youngstown on October 2. This is the first time that the faculty from Kent’s art department has exhibited as a group. Several members of the faculty are planning shows during the month of October. Beginning October 19, Harold Kitner will show his paintings and drawings at the Art colony gallery in Cleveland.
MU Starts Weekly Recreation Series [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
MU Starts Weekly Recreation Series A year long series of weekly recreational activities has been anonunced by Men’s union, the sponsoring organization. The program will open tonight with a bridge session in Moulton music room from 8 to 10 p.m. &gt; Every Tuesday evening a different activity is planned ranging from bridge games, chess and checkers and canasta to a Topper dance. To attend the Toppers dance men must be over six feet tall and women must be five feet, 10 inches. There are no requirements to attend any of the other activities planned by MU. The schedule for October is as follows: Oct. 7 —Bridge party 10 cents Oct. 14 —Chess-Checkers 10 cents Oct. 31 —Toppers Dance 35 cents Oct. 38— Bridge party 10 cents Each program is on Tuesday night and events are planned for all weeks except exam periods. All proceeds over expense costs will be returned in door prizes during the evening. Edward Core, president of Men’s union, urges all persons interested to attend these sessio...
Yanks Even Series; 7th Game Today [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
Yanks Even Series; 7th Game Today Joe Black and Ed Lopat are the probable starting pitchers for the final game of the World Series to be played today in Brooklyn. The New York Yankees came from behind again yesterday to cop a 3-2 decision from the Dodgers in the National league team’s home park. Vic Raschi won his second game of the series, but needed help from Allie Reynolds in the eighth. Young Billy Loes was the loser. He was relieved by Preacher Roe in the ninth. Mickey Mantle’s prodigious homer in the eighth inning was the deciding blow. Yogi Berra slammed a round tripper in the seventh to tie the game at 1-1. Raschi drove in Gene Woodling with a single off Loes knee in the seventh. Slugging Duke Snider blasted two home runs over the high right field screen at Ebbets field to lead the Dodgers attack. The Bums managed to threaten in the ninth by getting the potential tying run on first, but Reynolds set down Billy Cox to end the threat.
NO 10 O'CLOCKS! [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
NO 10 O'CLOCKS! President Bowman Will Address Upperclassmen Classes involving upper class students will be dismissed today at 10 a.m. to enable students to attend the traditional President’s assembly. President George A. Bowman will address all sophomores, juniors, seniors, and graduate students.
Election Clerk In Union Today [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
Election Clerk In Union Today Walter Curtis, clerk of the Portage county board of elections, will be in room 206 Student union today from 10 a.m. to 12 to answer students’ questions on voting in the coming election. This visit is part of a University program to acquaint students who are eligible to vote with proper election procedure. This program is an effort to eliminate the confusion in previous elections resulting from students not knowing the proper precinct in which to vote. According to the Ohio General code, if you are a student residing in Kent, but your legal address is not in Kent, then you must vote in the precinct where your legal address is located. The only students who would vote in Kent would be those whose permanent legal residence is Kent.
PLAN MANY ACTIVITIES 'Pros’ To Conduct Year’s HPE Clinics [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
PLAN MANY ACTIVITIES 'Pros’ To Conduct Year’s HPE Clinics The Health and Physical Education department has many new activities planned for the coming year, according to Frank Ballenger, head of the department. Some of the programs which will be unveiled for the first time this year include clinics on bowling, volleyball, golf and badminton. The clinics will be conducted by people from the area who have distinguished themselves in the sport of their choice. Activities of the past years, including square and folk dances, will grace the social calendar again this year. The first square dance will be held on Oct. 17. An all day festival is planned for the early spring, followed by the synchronized swimming display of the Shark’s Club. The department will round out their activities with a modern dance and orchestra program. In Ballenger’s estimation the most important course offered by the department is the swimming course, which has become increasingly important to the male students sin...
EDITORIALS Shhh !!! [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
EDITORIALS Shhh !!! Sporting men often tell of the poker game that lasted all night at the North Pole—and the night was six months long. Equally incredible is the month long silence ‘week” which sorority rushees are being subjected to at Kent. Imposed by the Panhellenic Council to “prevent dirty rushing practices,” silence period has lasted since the first day of Freshman Week, and will continue until October 14 at 5 p.m. During the twenty-two day span between those dates, a binding series of regulations have been designed to keep the prospective sorority girl pure, and as the saying goes, simple. Quoting from the “Kent Coed,” the rules include: “No communication between affiliated women and rushees on any matters of sorority significance . . . from the first day of New Student Week until the end of rushing except at rush parties”; “No rushee may visit a chapter house during silence period except to attend scheduled functions”; “There shall be no double dating among sorority members...
Spirit vs. Spirits [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
Spirit vs. Spirits Once upon a time people went to football games to see their favorite teams in action. Some still do. They have the old college spirit. But then there are others. They have spirit too. But it comes in a bottle. The only thing that they seem interested in is their capacity to drink and to make things as unpleasant as possible for the “idiots” who came out in the cold to watch a game. The exhibition by some members of the student body at last Friday’s game was one of the worst we have witnessed in our four year association with the University. To some at the game the antics of the imbibing groups were funny, to most they proved disgusting. No one organization can be singled out as a chief offender though some were certainly worse than others. We can name at least five organizations whose members were out to set drinking records of some sort. We have heard of others. Here let us point out that the chief offenders were organizations, both Greek and independent. It may ...
Small Chance For Coeds [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
Small Chance For Coeds By Tom Fitzpatrick Girls who attend coed universities have a distinctly smaller chance of snaring a husband than do their opposite numbers attending all girls colleges. Surprising, disheartening, heartbreaking as it sounds, these are nevertheless, the almost incontrovertible facts as presented by Lynn White Jr., president of Mill’s college. The article, entitled “Do Women’s Colleges Turn out Spinister’s?”, appears in the current issue of Harper’s magazine. How does Mr. White come to this conclusion? Well, here are his reasons in outline form: 1 — All or most all of the high ranking administrative positions and the overwhelming number of professors at coed universities are men. This tends to place the women in an inferior position. The girls begin to believe that all important decisions in life are made by men. 2 Unless these girls be very thick- skinned indeed, they begin to believe that men’s minds are superior to women’s. This being the case, why exert thems...
Halftime Strutters Highlight Games [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
Halftime Strutters Highlight Games By Janet Harsh Strike up the twin marching bands. Once again KSU is in the midst of its football season. When the thrills of the first half have subsided, Professor Roy D, Metcalf’s blue and gold musicians will again display their talents. Sharing the spotlights as drum major and majorette, are Selby Hoff and Sue Hurd. Together they will lead the band through the season. Sue is a shapely, 19 year old junior, majoring in physical education. Her twirling career started in high school at Newton Falls. It continued when she entered KSU and became a majorette her freshman year. For the first time in recent years, a freshman has taken over as drum major. Selby stands 6 ft. 2 in., and has had three years of experience with the baton at Ravenna high school. Sue and Selby worked all summer on their routines. They now spend an average of one to two hours every day in practice. Director Metcalf is also being assisted by six student directors. They are graduat...
Editor’s Mail [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
Editor’s Mail Editor, Kent Stater Dear Sir: The Alpha Phi Omega fraternity went to great trouble and expense to erect a victory bell on the back campus with the eventual purpose of being rung whenever Kent won an athletic contest. Last Friday night we beat Reserve in a very close game, but was the bell rung? No! The band led the procession right past the bell without stopping or turning off. Some members of Alpha Phi Omega were present to ring the bell, but they couldn’t because the clapper is still missing. If we are to make the victory bell a tradition and custom of Kent State university, first; let’s put the clapper back, and second; make a regular ceremony of ringing the bell whenever we win, with no exceptions and no oversights. Name Withheld by request.
Erratic Flashes Win Third In Row; Play BW Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 October 1952
Erratic Flashes Win Third In Row; Play BW Saturday Still running hot and cold, Trevor Rees’ Golden Flashes face a much-improved BaldwinWallace squad at Berea Saturday night in search of their fourth straight win. The Staters looked frigid during most of last Friday night’s game with Western Reserve, but suddenly caught fire and scored three times in the last 20 minutes to edge the Red Cats, 25-19. Reserve broke the scoring ice in* the first period as Harold (Candy) Carroll caught a Kent punt on the Flash 33 and went all the way. Gordon McCarter, a recent transfer from Vanderbilt, made it 12-0 for the Cats with a second period TD. On the following kickoff the combination of Freshman Tony Rocco and Mike Norcia raced 80 yards for the first Kent score to reduce the Cats halftime lead to 12-6. Reserve got its last score late in the third period. Dick Borland scored from the one following a 79yard drive. McCarter finally kicked an extra point and the Cats led, 19-6. Lou Marino, however, r...