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Rifle Team To Meet Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 8 October 1952
Rifle Team To Meet Thursday The ROTC rifle team will hold its second meeting of the year this Thursday, Oct. 9. Hopes of the team for the coming year were brightened last Thursday when the first meeting drew 31 men. This included four old members and 27 new ones. New officers for the year are Karl Byttner, president; George Fletcher, secretary; and Phil Casto, treasurer, urer. It was voted by the team that $B5 would be spent on new equipment. The equipment will include two rifle scopes and a left handed shooting jacket. The team, which again decided to join the National Rifle association, will have its first match Oct. 16 at Youngstown college.
List SC Openings [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 8 October 1952
List SC Openings Chairmen of any student government committees, such as elections and allocations, are asked to report vacancies in their groups no later than 3 this afternoon. This can be done by putting a note in the Student council mail box in Merrill hall. Bill Berzinec will use this information to quickly bring about Student council appointments of students to fill the vacancies on the various committees. The information is requested for use during Student council’s meeting this afternoon at 4.
Yanks Take 4th Series Title; 4-2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 8 October 1952
Yanks Take 4th Series Title; 4-2 The New York Yankees are the champions of the baseball world!!! The Bronx Bombers won the crown by tripping the fighting Brooklyn Dodgers Monday, 4 to 2, in the deciding game of the World Series. Twice the Dodgers came from behind to tie the score but failed to capitalize on winner Allie Reynolds’ wildness in the late innings. Home runs by Gene Woodling and Mickey Mantle, followed by the latter’s one-run single, supplied the necessary offensive power. A magnificent catch by Billy Martin, Yankee second sacker, with bases loaded, was the defensive spark. Although the Yanks were “the odds-on” favorites, the Dodgers were the sentimental choice to win the world title. However, sensational rookie, Joe Black, failed to keep pace with Reynolds and his successor, Preacher Roe, was even less effective. The Yanks were fighting uphill through most of the series as the Dodgers got the jump by winning the first game. As Woodling hauled in the final out catcher Yog...
Workshop Set [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 8 October 1952
Workshop Set Lotar V. Stahlecker, assistant professor of special education at Kent State, is in charge of the ParentTeacher Association workshop which will be held here Thursday, Oct. 16, from 1 a.m. to 12 noon. Fifty Parent-Teacher Association leaders will attend this workshop which is the first in a series of six fall workshops to be held at the University. Mrs. Lorin C. Staats, of Athens, Ohio, state president of the PTA, will address the group.
New Rules To Affect Queenship Applicants [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 8 October 1952
New Rules To Affect Queenship Applicants Bobby Dale and his orchestra will play at the annual Homecoming dance to be held in the MPE building from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Oct. 18, according to Chuck DiSalle, general chairman of the day’s activities. The judging for Homecoming Queen will take place in Moulton Hall music room on Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. William Hoover, assistant professor in the HPE department, will be in charge of the judging. There are a few new rules year regarding the application of girls for the queenship. They state that only three girls can apply from any one sorority or organized group. As last year, all applicants must be juniors or seniors have a 2. accumulative average and a 2. average for the previous quarter. They also cannot have had a prior major queenship. The members of the social committee, who are in charge of this year’s Homecoming activities are Margaret W. Swanson, dean of women, and Raymond Manchester, dean of men, acting as permanent members; Dr. C. W. Sc...
New Lighting Aids Students [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 8 October 1952
New Lighting Aids Students Lighting in the University library, which has been under criticism from many sources for several years, is in the process of being renovated* according to Emil Berg, University business manager. The installation of new lights in the periodical and reading rooms has cost $1,300, according to Berg. The former incandescent lighting is being replaced with modern fluorescent lights which give a softer and more even distribution of light. With the installation of a new and larger switch and fuse box, and complete rewiring, the candlepower has been increased to 70 foot-candles. Fifty-five foot-candles of light have been placed over each reading table. Dr. John B. Nicholson, head librarian, reports that as funds and equipment become available, the remaining rooms will be gradually finished.
Book Store NotInvolved In Law Suit [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 8 October 1952
Book Store NotInvolved In Law Suit Miss Mildred McCue, manager of the University book store, said Tuesday that the school book store is in no way involved in the $20,000 law suit filed against state education director, Dr. Clyde Hissong. The damage suit was filed by Albert H. Crombie, president of Youth Problems, Inc., a Columbus text book publisher. Crombie charged Hissong with coercion tactics in telling various school officials not to buy the publications of the Columbus firm. Hissong declined comment except to say his department regularly advised schools to investigate published matter offered them for purchase. Miss McCue elaborated on her original statement with: “I have no say as to where we buy our books. We have no set policy of what is purchased. The department heads place the order.” Miss McCue concluded by saying that the book store has no business affiliations with either Mr. Hissong, or with Youth Problems, Inc., and that to her knowledge, the book store has never carr...
Faculty Change Is Announced [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 8 October 1952
Faculty Change Is Announced Prof. Louis Harris, former Kent instructor, who spent last year at the University of California at Los Angeles studying for his doctorale degree is back with the political science department this quarter. The sociology department has announced the appointment of two new graduate assistants. They are Everett Crawford, a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan, and Bernard Rann, a graduate of the West Virginia Institute of Technology. Rann is also working in the economics department.
EDITORIAL Ting-A-Ling [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 8 October 1952
EDITORIAL Ting-A-Ling The elephant is generally considered to be one of the most quiet, friendly, and docile structures on earth. Considering his size, that’s quite an accomplishment. On the other hand, this campus’ pint-sized cow bell, or “Victory Bell” as it was named, has already caused more trouble and disturbed more peace than any thundering herd of mammoths could ever dream of doing. The most recent of a series of letters, speeches, requests, and demands made by the group which was instrumental in the placement of the bell on campus, arrived at the STATER office last Monday. It asked the reason why “the bell did not ring.” The fact of the matter is that it was rung—and had been rung after each KSU victory, at home or away, since the construction of its edifice. It has been rung long and loud —but not many people could tell. Perhaps the bell is too far from any listening audi- ence. Perhaps the bell is too small to be heard. In any case, the golden tones issuing from the “Victo...
No Parking—No Kidding! [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 8 October 1952
No Parking—No Kidding! By Joy Schweinefus Even the president doesn’t park in restricted campus areas until the police department at Kent gives the “okay.” The president in this case is President Bowman; the incident happened before a football game. Not realizing who Dr. Bowman was, the patrolman (a special for the game) refused to allow the president to park in a reserved area. Then, after examining the state tags on the car, the traffic man decided that Mr. Bowman was “all right. . . and could go ahead and park.” Which, according to Mr. Dale Rowe, Department secretary at KSU proves that it makes no difference who a person is when a policeman is performing his duty—especially at a football game. Approximately 4,000 automobiles were on and around the campus for Friday’s game with Western Reserve. Parking problems will be alleviated by the Terrace Drive and Stadium lots. The biggest headache is not parking facilities, says Chief Earl B. Coleman, but the people who insist on trying to ...
Stater Fund Continues [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 8 October 1952
Stater Fund Continues By Bruce Limpus Thanks to the donations of various organizations, the student body in general, and the efforts of Dean Manchester, two hundred Gl’s are receiving the Kent Stater. Because of limited funds, it is possible to send only one copy a week to each GI. The Penny Fund was originated during the last war and recommenced at the beginning of the Korean war. At first candy and cigarettes were sent, but the Gl’s requested the Staters. It served to keep them in touch with home and to remind them of the ideals for which they were fighting. The only source of income for the Penny Fund comes from the spring Penny Carnival and Penny Day. Dean Manchester stated that the fund has enough money to begin the fall quarter. If any organization is looking around for a worthy cause, they don’t have to look far. The dean is able to give impressive evidence as to the proof of the Gl’s appreciation for these Staters. Everyday he receives thank you letters from Gl’s all over th...
KAMPUSCOPE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 8 October 1952
KAMPUSCOPE Newspapers sometimes use slogans that are admirable but not very understandable, but the Purdue university Exponent uses the following for a slogan: If we don’t stand for something, we’ll fall for anything. Bald-headed freshmen have been an oddity on most campuses in the past few years, but quite a few frosh at the University of Pennsylvania are “boasting” that feat. A number of brave freshmen attacked the sophomore dormitory at the university and found the sophomores armed with clippers which left the frosh craniums bare. * * * The staff of the Ohio State university yearbook has hit upon the idea of including a 45 rpm phonograph record in each yearbook to enable students to remember the familiar campus sounds. * * * Clipping from the sports page of the Mount Union Dynamo: “The score at the end of the KentMount game last Friday night found the Raiders on the short end of a 26-7 score, but it’s your reporter’s personal opinion that the Hilltoppers won the pregame conflict ...
the PRESS box [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 8 October 1952
the PRESS box The Western Michigan college student publication, The Western Herald, was highly impressed by the football enthusiasm displayed by townfolks of Kent. In a recent article, the Herald praised KSU officials for letting the city know there was to be a football game that Saturday by stringing banners across the streets. The writer was also surprised at such a large turnout for the Western Michigan game, considering the fact school had not yet started. He concluded by saying Kent's hospitality during the visitors’ entire stay was excellent. Personally, we think the overall enthusiasm of the student body thus far has been an improvement over that of last year. We hope it continues, because the Flashes have a rough road ahead. Plenty of student support will help. ★ ★ ★ ★ lan MacEwan, Kent State’s eager-beaver wrestler, has been busy the past week injecting a needle of enthusiasm into prospective matmen. Lan has been training diligently all summer and fall, and is quite anxious...
Prof Keglers Begin Season [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 8 October 1952
Prof Keglers Begin Season Do you want to see your prof make mistakes? Would you like to heckle your instructor? If you do, go to the Student Union bowling alley any Monday between 6 and 8 p.m. and see your professor bowl. It is something you do not want to miss. Last Monday night marked the beginning of another season’s competition for the Men’s Faculty Bowling League. The schedule will run through 26 weeks, ending on May 4th. The league is comprised of 13 four-man teams, and scoring will be on a point basis, with four point maximum for each match. Last year the Economasters, composed of faculty members from the Economics department emerged as champions. They were awarded cigarette lighters at the seasons end. The champions lost two members of last year’s team, Danton and Kaczor. In last year’s competition Sgt. Swegan, playing for the Yard Birds 2nd class and Major Brown, bowling for the Over-Drafts, had the high singles game 228.
INTRAMURAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 8 October 1952
INTRAMURAL Entries are still being taken for the independent football league. Entries will be accepted in the intra-mural office till Friday, October 10. Independent football will begin Monday, October 13. There will be a meeting of all intra-mural football, volleyball, and basketball referees Thursday, October 9, at 4 p.m. in the intramural office. The meeting was called by Vic Moore to discuss the organizing of a referees club.