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Whaddaya Know! Kent Favored To Win Western Reserve Hasn’t Won A Game Since Dec. 19 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
Whaddaya Know! Kent Favored To Win Western Reserve Hasn’t Won A Game Since Dec. 19 By Bud Ovington If Golden Flash basketball fans think Kent is due to win a game, they should take a look at the Western Reserve basketball record. The Red Cats haven’t won a game since Dec. 19, .1952. P Coach Bob Dewey’s basketballers, who face Kent Saturday night in the MPE building, have won three games this season while losing eight. Considering some of the tough breaks encountered by the Flashes, Kent should be favored to win Saturday’s game, but many people rate it as a toss-up. The Red Cats victory over Akron* university, 102-98, early in the season makes them feared every time they take the floor. Dick Howard, ' 6 ft., 6 in. sophomore center, dumped 38 pointers through the hoop that night to set an all time Reserve record, and he is liable to catch fire at any time during the season. Howard has totaled 210 points this season and leads his team in scoring. He poured in 28 markers during the last...
Statistics [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
Statistics Percy Grenfell is the leading scorer on Kent State’s basketball team with a 16.1 average. The other starting four are all bunched around the 10.5 mark. Lowell Shumaker is leading the team in rebounds with 109 and also in free throws with an average of 80.8. Larry Grist holds the dubious distinction of having fouled out the most, five. Kent has averaged 74.2 points a game while the opponents have averaged 77.7.
Swimming Team Hosts Fenn; Wrestlers Travel To Toledo [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
Swimming Team Hosts Fenn; Wrestlers Travel To Toledo The wrestlers will be out to' annex their third victory of the year in four outings. They have previously tripped Indiana State and Baldwin-Wallace, but lost to powerful Case. Coach Joe Begala and his men have high hopes of finishing the season in a blaze of glory. After tomorrow’s Toledo tussle, they’ll meet four regularly-scheduled foes before the Mid-American and the Interstate meets in March. Coach Begala will be hoping to see his boys win their 167 th victory under him tomorrow at Toledo. Since Begala took over the wrestling reins in 1930, his squads have won 166 and lost only 32. That’s an .834 percentage, and stamps him as one of the top wrestling mentors in the nation. Begala has been at Kent every year since 1930 with the exception of the war years in 1943, 1944 and 1945. Tomorrow’s swim meet will be the second in a series of rugged, rapid-fire succession meets for Coach Bill Hoover’s men. The Golden Flashes met Wooster y...
Intramural Cage Season End Near [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
Intramural Cage Season End Near The regular schedule of intramural basketball games is drawing to a close, and it won’t be long until the all-University playoffs will begin. One league, in fact, has only one more night of action before ringing down the curtain. That is the Independent loop. Three divisions of the Independent league have already finished and have determined final standings. The other two divisions will wind up next week, with four more games on tap. Below are the final standings for the first three Independent leagues: League I Team W L Hounds . 3 0 Red Hawks 2 1 Temocs 1 2 Devils 0 3 League II Purple Raiders 3 0 Ramblers i 2 1 The Grid 1 2 Original Neffs . 0 3 League 111 Trotters 3 0 Wesley 2 1 Swishes 1 2 UCF 0 3 The Chlorophyll five is currently leading League four with a 3-0 record, but they’ll have to dispose of Ava’s (1-1) before claiming the title. Three teams still have a chance to take the League five crown. They are the T.L.’s, Deep Freeze, and Alpha Phi Om...
Mermen Lose To Wooster [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
Mermen Lose To Wooster Kent State lost its fourth straight swimming meet yesterday afternoon by losing to Wooster 51-33 in the MPE building. It was Kent’s fourth loss of the year as against two wins. Captain Eddie McVehil was once again Kent’s big gun. He remained undefeated in his specialty, fancy diving, by winning that event. McVehil also took second place in the medley relay. Kent’s only other firsts all came in the freestyle events. Bob Smith splashed, to victories in both the 50 and 100 yard freestyles while Joe Kempf took the 440. The meet was nip-and-tuck for first few events, but the Scots pulled away after the diving event. The most exciting race was the final event, the 440 yard relay. Even though the outcome of the meet was already determined, this race was neck-and-neck all the way with Wooster winning by a scant margin.
Church Groups Hold Suppers [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
Church Groups Hold Suppers Tonight, at 7:30 the Sigma Theta and Kappa Phi’s actives and pledges are having a Stok’n Stomp at the Methodist church. This party will feature a taffy pull and social and square dancing. It is sponsored by the last quarter’s pledges for the actives and their guests. The Wesley choir will be rehearsing for the Wesley Musical to be held at 9 a.m. this Saturday at the Schimes Kent theater. The program will also be presented at the Wesley house at 4, Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 3. The topic for this Sunday’s evening meeting will be “The Intention of God.” Christian Fellowship The United Christian Fellowship will hold its regular Sunday supper at 5:45 this Sunday. Following the supper will be a program of “Organs, Organa, and Organizing Basses” by Janet Knapp and the Choir. Choir rehearsal will be held at 4:30 Sunday. Newman Club The Newmanites will have their Cost Supper Sunday night in St. Patrick’s hall. Next week, the Tuesday roller skating parties and the Thu...
SAE’s Visit Sigma Deltas [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
SAE’s Visit Sigma Deltas The Sig Delts were host to SAE’s from Miami, Mt. Union, and Case Tech at a dinner held Monday evening. Also present were SAE alums from the surrounding area. Dave Gardner and Curt Baker traveled to Virginia to visit the SAE chapters there. Ron Gross, Art Getz, George Fletcher, and Bob McCoy, will travel to Indiana to visit the Indiana SAE chapters this weekend. Lowell Busic pinned Jean Honeberger. An exchange dinner was held with the Alpha Gam’s Thursday, Jan. 22. Dick Bartfay, athletic director, appointed Dean Boose and Dick Johnson as co-captains of the basketball team. George Pedroff is captain of the bowling team.
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
WKSU-FM 88.1 on Your FM Dial FRIDAY, JAN. 30 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 Daily Digest 1:00 Musical Chats 2:00 Sign off 5:00 Stories ’N Stuff 5:30 Here’s To Vets 5:45 News-Sports 6:00 Dinner Hour 7:00 Chicago U. Roundtable 7:30 Folksongs &amp; Footnotes 8:00 Sports Review 8:15 Netherlands Composers 7:45 News-Devotions Folksongs dealing with special events, persons, and places in history will be offered on Folksongs and Footnotes tonight at 7:45. Louis Ford, writer, director and actor, narrates this series of little-known and well-known folk music of the world.
Wyoming University Ends 'Hell Weeks’ [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
Wyoming University Ends 'Hell Weeks’ “Hell Week” has been officially abolished on the University of Wyoming campus. The trend to substitute worthwhile projects for organized “hell week” programs actually started several years ago on this campus, when several fraternities decided to put their pledges to work improving their chapter houses, repairing structures, or assisting with some community project. When the National Interfraternity council placed a ban on hazing and all forms of “hell week” practices last year, the office of the Dean of Men at Wyoming U. stated it supported the national edict. In a letter to all fraternity presidents. Dean of Men A. L. Keeney wrote in part: “Since the National Interfraternity conference has placed a ban on hazing in all forms of “hell week” practices I am going to ask that the chapters represented on this campus observe this ban and substitute for such activities whenever possible, the plan of “Greek Week” or something constructive such as redeco...
Study Of College Girls’ Spending Habits Reported [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
Study Of College Girls’ Spending Habits Reported Sample studies of actual student allowance spending at Stephens college over the past ten years reveal certain trends, according to a report by Mr. Arch Troelstrup, head of the Consumer Education department, Columbia, Mo. “Analyses of spending habits show certain patterns of spending. June, for example, is typical of the girls who allow their allowance to ‘just disappear,’ and usually it’s gone before the end of the month. Let’s follow her through a month of financial troubles, 1. She spends too much for food by eating out oftener than income permits. 2. She sleeps late, 'misses breakfast (which her Dad has already paid for), and goes to the tearoom for her orange juice and toast. 3. In an excess of enthusiasm she buys too expensive gifts for her friends. 4. She wants to be a good sport by buying the movie tickets or paying the check at the soda fountain when she is out with her girl friends. 5. She is careless about keeping her colle...
Campus News Life ’N Times [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
Campus News Life ’N Times A survey of 500 American colleges and universities was made by Drs. Robert H. Knapp and Hubert B. Goodrich of Wesleyan university, Conn. The survey evolved an index of the number of men per thousand graduates between 1924 and 1934 who continued to a doctoral level and were listed in the seventh edition of “American Men of Science.” The results were correlated with an index based upon another listing of American scientists compiled by, the National Research Council. ' Ohio ranks first with seven colleges and one university on the list. lowa is second with four colleges. Reed college in Ore. placed first in the nation with 131.8 scientists per 1,000 male graduates. California Institute of Technology was second; Kalamazoo college, Mich., third; Earlham college, Ind., fourth.
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
CALENDAR FRIDAY, JAN. SO 11—Assembly, Ruth I. Seabury, “African Contrasts," Aud. 11-12 p.m.—Student Council Election Committee meets, 206 U. 4—Traffic Court meeting, 101 M. SATURDAY, JAN. 31 1-6—Alpha Gamma Delta Initiation, MMR 5:30 —Varsity K club dinner, Union cafeteria 9 a.m.-l a.m—Alpha Xi Delta Formal, Portage Hotel, Akron.