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Stopher Dolls Not Exactly Slick Chicks [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
Stopher Dolls Not Exactly Slick Chicks Ava, Betty, Carol, Daisy, Esther, Fay, and Georgia are the girl friends of all the men who live in Stopher hall, men’s dormitory on campus. They are the names —the men have given to the seven corridors of the building. Many activities center around corridor affiliations, including sports rivalries like the current basketball games, and even competition for the highest point average. The men responsible for keeping the high spirits of 274 young college students under control are the Stopher hall counselors. Steve Gittler, the head resident, is counselor for Betty, and Bill Douglas, assistant head resident, watches over the men of Carol. Other counselors are Mark Anthony, Ava; Ray Grabowski, Daisy; Harry Miller, Esther; Dick Knuth, Fay; and Emil Koval, Georgia.
KENT ONFIDCNTIAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
KENT ONFIDCNTIAL By Jim Butler In a page one news story on final enrollment figures in last Friday’s Stater a little insight was provided on the cause and number of withdrawals during the Fall quarter of 1952. The story gave the number of persons who had dropped out for “military” reasons. It stated that 13 had .been- drafted, 11 enlisted and four had been recalled to active reserve. Besides these figures Registrar Charles E. Atkinson has provided a complete list of all reasons given for the 145 withdrawals last quarter. This list, we believe, provides some insight on the many reasons which prompt a person to drop out of school. Twenty-seven students listed personal reasons for dropping out. These reasons encompass many possible causes, but the rest of the list is fairly specific. Health forced 24 students to withdraw, while the necessity of working, in order to keep “body and soul” together, made 27 drop out. Financial difficulties forced 18 students out of school. Five students tr...
How Will History Rank HST? Time Will Tell [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
How Will History Rank HST? Time Will Tell By Bill Barrett It has always been a favorite game of the American people to attempt to evaluate how history will rank their retiring chief executive. At noon today, when Dwight D. Eisenhower takes over at the desk of Harry S. Truman the public will again turn to their little guessing game. KSU students will probably be no exception. Mr. Truman himself expressed# concern as to how his administration would go down in history. The question of Truman’s place in the records is certainly an interesting and a controversial one. Most people will concede that during his nearly eight years in office Truman was faced with more world-shaking decisions than any other president in our nation’s history. There also Can be little doubt that he handled many of these problems in a noble and inspiring manner. Quite a few more of his decisions were left open to controversy, especially on the domestic front. Truman was ill-prepared for the presidency when he too...
Zippers Next For Golden Flashes Akron Favored To Win As Flashes Lose To Wittenberg [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
Zippers Next For Golden Flashes Akron Favored To Win As Flashes Lose To Wittenberg By Charles L. Miller “Zips Will Win” This headline accompanied a story in the Akron Buchtelite last fall, several days prior to the Kent State-Akron U football game. The writer pointed out several” reasons why the Zips just couldn’t lose to Kent. The “facts” in his story held little water. Kent won 34-14. But with basketball season well under way, Akron U followers now have something to crow about. A “Zips Will Win!” headline would be somewhat justified as the two schools prepare for Wednesday night’s important battle at Akron’s Goodyear gymnasium. Coach Russ Beichly’s quintet has racked up 10 victories in 11 games and now has a nine-game winning streak. In sharp contrast, Kent State’s Golden Flashes have won only three of 11 games. Although Kent has been competing against stronger opposition in the Mid-American conference than Akron has in the Ohio conference, the Zips nevertheless must be favored to...
Two Platoon System Goes In Ashcan [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
Two Platoon System Goes In Ashcan By Bill Miller You’d better prepare yourself for a jolt when you watch your first football game next fall. It’s going to be a lot different. The men who make the rules for college football got together last week down in Florida and did away with the two-platoon system. So, every time the ball changes hands in a football game, nine or ten new players will no longer be allowed to enter the game. In most cases, the same men who played on offense will play on defense. The drastic action, opposed by most coaches, was done “for the good of football,” Due to the lack of manpower, a number of colleges and universities throughout * the nation have dropped the sport. The rulemakers hope that the new ruling will prevent any more schools from leaving the ranks. In a nutshell, here’s how the new rule works: Any player removed from the game during the first or third periods may not return to action during these periods. A player pulled put before the last four mi...
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
WKSU-FM t TUESDAY, JAN. 20 * 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 Daily Digest 1:00 Musical Chats 2:00 Sign off 5:00 Music With Feminine Touch 5:15 Children’s Corner 5:30 Fun For 15 5:45 News-Sports 6:00 Dinner Hour 7:00 University Library 7:30 Voices of Europe 8:00 Excursions in Sci. 8:15 Short Story Theater 8:30 Evening Serenade 8:45 News-Devotions A series of biographies will be presented by the program, The Uni- * versity Library, at 7 p.m. on WKSUFM every Tuesday. The program is under the direction of Mir. John Goudeau.
Wrestlers To Face Jackets Friday; Bow To Case 19-8 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
Wrestlers To Face Jackets Friday; Bow To Case 19-8 Kent State’s wrestling squad, losers to Case Tech Saturday night, will try to get back in the win column this Friday night when they travel to Berea to take on the Baldwin-Wallace grapplers. The Roughriders thumped the” Golden Flashes 19-8 in the MPE building Saturday night before a good sized crowd. It was the first loss of the season for Coach Joe Begala’s men. The Flashes held an earlier decision over Indiana State 24-8. Kent won only two matches from Case, although they did manage to earn a draw in another. Lan MacEwan outpointed his opponent in the 147 pound class and Don Morse gained a decision over his opponent in the heavyweight division. Gil Dußray and his foe wrestled to a draw in the 177 pound class. Case won the other four matches, one of them by a fall. The next home appearance for the matmen isn’t until Feb. 7, when the Flashes will entertain Ohio U.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
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Meetings, Parties, Speakers, Planned By Clubs [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
Meetings , Parties , Speakers , Planned By Clubs The first 1953 meeting of the Independent Student’s association was held in the dance room of Wills gym, Jan. 12. Plans were made for the recent membership campaign. A skit for Pork Barrel, written by Marilyn Seywert and Dick Hartzell, was accepted by the members. All of the new pledges will be pledged into ISA at 4 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 22. After the services the pledges will be invited to a tea sponsored by the actives. Cardinal Key Initiated into Cardinal Key last Wednesday night, Jan. 14 were the following girls: Maritherese Burr, Betty Jane Cross, Yvonne Garick, Rita Gattoyyi, Jean Fenton, and Ruth Green. Others initiated were: Adelaine Metcalf, Betty Moss, Barbara Pickering, Betty Ann Schmid, and Norma Jean Smith. A tea in Moulton music room followed the services which brought the total membership of Cardinal Key to twenty-five. Elementary Education The Elementary Education club held “Elemen’s Nite,” a show put on by the male memb...
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
CALENDAR TUESDAY, JAN. 20 4—Blue Key meeting, U. 4-6—Booster Club meeting, 204 U. 6- —Gamma Phi Beta Pork Barrel rehearsal, Wills Gym 6:30-7:3o—Chi Omega Pork Barrel rehearsal, 108 K 7 IVCF meeting, 203 M 7-B—Christian Science Organization meeting, 201 M 7- —Akron Area High School principal’s meeting and dinner, 204 U and Union Cafeteria. 8- —ISA Pork Barrel rehearsal, Wills gym, dance room M 9- —Delta Upsilon Porl^ Barrel rehearsal, 219 K.