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KENT ONFIDENTIAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
KENT ONFIDENTIAL By Jim Butler “Loyalty Probes Hit Kent” This headline cpuld very well appear on the sports pages of the Stater every day and not be out of line at all. In fact, that was the general theme of an article written last week by a Stater sports writer. In essence, the article concerned itself with the loyalty, or lack of same, of the stars of freshman ketball teams of three and four years' ago—today’s varsity. It told of the number of potential varsity aces who left Kent to find athletic glory at some other school. This same fact was brought out recently in an interview with Clarence “Bud” Haerr, Flashes basketball mentor. He said one of his greatest problems, and it applies to other activities as well, is to keep good athletic material at Kent and not let it get away. But, he said, and we agree, it can’t be done overnight. It can be done several ways. One is money. Another is the building up of a “Notre Dame-ish” type of tradition and spirit. A third method is an interes...
Cagers Try Again Tonight At Toledo Things Can’t Get Worse As Kent Takes 10th Loss [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Cagers Try Again Tonight At Toledo Things Can’t Get Worse As Kent Takes 10th Loss By Bill Barrett Things can’t get much worse. That’s one thought that basketball coach “Bud” Haerr can console himself with as he takes his hapless and luckless Golden Flash casrers to Toledo tonight for a return engagement fwith the powerful Rockets. Tonight’s game will be the second of the season between the two squads. In the first game Toledo took the measure of the Flashes 7968 in Kent’s MPE building. Though Coach Haerr’s quintet outscored the Rockets 25-24 from the field in that contest, Toledo counted on 25 of 31 free throws to take the nod. High-scoring Phil Martin paced Toledo in the first meeting with 25 points while Percy Grenfell was garnering 19 for Kent. The Flashes held a ten point lead just before halftime but Toledo cut it down and the lead changed hands several times until the Rockets moved ahead for good in the middle of the last period. Kent was off on the wrong foot at Baldwin-Walla...
Wrestlers Win; Swim Squad Loses [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Wrestlers Win; Swim Squad Loses While Coach Joe Begala’s wrestlers were easily winning their second match of the season Saturday the swimming team was unable to hold back the rushes of Westminster college. The mat squad managed to take every event but one at Berea, defeating Baldwin-Wallace college 253. The lone loss was in the 167pound class when B-W’s Don Chadwick decisioned Kent’s Jerry Conway. Leading the Flashes were Julius Campetto, Larry Worz, Don Barry, lan McEwan and Dale Poland, who earned decisions while Don Morse pinned his man and John Twark won by forfeit. The mat team will not see action again until they travel to Toledo Saturday to meet the Rockets. This was the 200th meet in Kent’s history giving Joe Begala a. lifetime average during his 23 years of coaching of 160 wins and 26 losses with one tie. The swimming team meanwhile will be trying to square its season’s record Thursday afternoon in the MPE building pool when it faces Wooster college. Coach Bill Hoover’s men...
Intramurals [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Intramurals First-round games in the Women’s Athletic association were played last Tuesday night in Wills gym. Second round action is set for tomorrow night. Scores in Tuesday’s games were: Moulton II 22, Alpha Gams 6 Lowry II 42, Gamma Phi Beta 11 Delta Gamma I 16, Moulton IV 11 Engleman II 23, Chi Omega 14 Chi Omega II 20, A Chi O’s 7 Moulton I 26, UCF 5 Alpha Xi’s II 22, Alpha Phi II 8 Moulton 111 26, Alpha Phi I 16 Alpha Xis I 27, Delta Zeta I 21 Delta Zeta II and Lowry I won by forfeits over both Off-Campus teams. Engleman I and Alpha Chi Omega drew byes.
Independent Pin Entries Open [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Independent Pin Entries Open Calling all bowlers! Calling all bowlers! You have just one more day to get your entry in for intramural bowling. Director of Intramurals, Vic Moore, says there are still quite a few openings for independent teams. Each team, he says, should be composed of four men. Entry blanks may be picked up from “Pop” Myers at the Union alleys or from the intramural office in the MPE building. There will be an $B.OO forfeiture fee per team payable when the entry blank is turned in. A team which forfeits, forfeits $4 the first time and $4 the second time. The Independent and Fraternity leagues begin play Wednesday night. The Stopher hall league starts rolling Thursday night.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
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Groups Highlight Candy Sale, Membership Drive [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Groups Highlight Candy Sale , Membership Drive The Association for Childhood Education’s guest speaker today will be Mrs. William Miller who is a member of the First Community church in Columbus, Ohio. She comes to tell the story of World Neighbors, Inc., the organization of a million “little people” uniting to combat Communism through neighborliness. The meeting will be held in Moulton Music room. Initiation service will be held from 7 to 7:30 followed by Mrs. Miller’s talk. Independent Students The Independent Student’s association activated its first pledge class of 1953 on Thursday, Jan. 22. Sixty students attended the activation of the 20 pledges. A tea sponsored by the actives followed the activation service. Pork Barrel practice for ISA will be held from 8-9 p.m. Monday through Friday. Kappa Alpha Mu Kappa Alpha Mu, national photo journalism honorary will hold an open meeting for anyone interested in photography tomorrow at 7:30. Kodak “Master Series” of prints will be shown ...
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
WKSU-FM 88.1 MC On Your FM Dial TUESDAY, JAN. 27 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 Science 8:15 Short Story Theater 8:30 Evening Serenade 8:45 News-Devotions Tonight’s offering from the Short Story Theater is “Flight Through the Sewers.” This is a radio adaptation from Victor Hugo’s “Les Miserables” portraying Jean Valjean’s rescue of a wounded man from the street fighting of Paris in the days of the Great Revolution. Narrated by Mark Anthony, “Flight Through the Sewers” will be heard over WKSU-FM at 8:15 this evening. At 8:30, “Report From Europe” will feature an interview with students of the schools of Bremen, Germany.
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
CALENDAR TUESDAY, JAN. 27 I—Assembly—“World Neighbors, Inc.”, Mrs. Wm. Miller. Aud. 3:30-5:00 —On - Campus Retreat, Faculty meeting, “Our Part in World Neighbors,” Mrs. Wm. Miller, MMR 4-s:3o—Seminar, Rabbi Green, “Judaism’s Contributions to Christianity,” 206 U 7—IVCF meeting, 203 M 7- —Christian Science Organizazation meeting, 201 M 7:30-B:3o—Association for Childhood Education, meeting, Mrs. Wm. Miller, “Student’s Share in World Neighbors” 8— Geological Society meeting, Paul Garber, speaker, 458 McG Highlights of the week will be an art exhibit Jan. 25-30, of Faculty Art Works in the Arts Building Gallery and a Religious Emphasis Week display at the library all this week.
Sky’s The Limit? ’Tis With Stater [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Sky’s The Limit? ’Tis With Stater We wish space were unlimited—in the Kent Stater that is. But it isn’t. Actually, we would like nothing better than to print every sentence of every article that you so faithfully submit to us. But unless we start printing without advertising (everyone knows that would mean financial chaos) we can’t fill the bill. So won’t you please do us a favor ? When you turn in that bit about your club or organization, write the most important information first. That way, when and if your stories are rewritten or condensed, the lesser essential data at the bottom may be painlessly omitted. Thanks again for your fine support this quarter; we know that you will help us solve this “problem in space.”
Campus News Life N Times [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Campus News Life N Times The Ford Foundation’s experimental program of pre-induction scholarships in liberal education for scholars under the age of 16 and onehalf years, at least three-fifths of whom have not completed high school, suggests that intelligent young men of normal materity can profit from work of collegiate rigor and content. Last year’s Ford freshmen of Columbia university bettered the average of the freshman class as a whole. The group excelled in mathematics, while doing poorly in English because they lacked the wide range of reading introduced in most high school senior courses. Four deans organized this project, which is financed over a three-year period by the Fund for the Advancement of Education with grants of approximately $300,000 made to each of four universities.