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THRU THE YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
THRU THE YEARS 15 Years Ago Editorial note: “Most pleasant bit of rumor of the week has it that all of the members of the basketball, wrestling, and swimming teams passed safely under the scholarship barrier.” (Remarkable.) * * * Colonel Charles Tchou, former director of China’s labor department tells students that Japan cannot win in China and that she may entangle herself with the free worlfi by her aggressive policy. (A prophet, yet.) 20 Years Ago An ad: Karper’s Restaurant at the corner of College and Willow now open. Completely redecorated. Formerly the “K” Restaurant and the Cozy Corner .(Now the “K” Shop.) 25 Years Ago Dr. A. S. Roberts predicts that Herbert Hoover and A1 Smith will win their respective party nominations and will vie for the presidency in the fall. (Have any hot tips on the coming pennant races, Dr. Roberts ?) • ♦ • New rule prohibits audible conversation in swimming classes. (What a situation if someone starts to drown.)
BMOC's Pike, Sports 'Failure,' Sparks Senior Class [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
BMOC's Pike, Sports 'Failure,' Sparks Senior Class By Tom Fitzpatrick Many of us come to college with hopes of making a name for ourselves in athletics as well as making the Dean’s list. For reasons varying from downright inability to bad breaks, most of us don’t succeed. This is the story of one of those athletic “failure’s.” His name is Bill Pike and you know him as the president of the senior class. Bill came to school from Cleve-' land’s Cathedral Latin byway of a “stretch” in the services, four years ago. In high school, in addition to earning letters in football and track, he had had a try out as a second baseman with the Cleveland Indians. Naturally, he intended to compete in athletics in college. In his freshman year, he was a member of the freshman football and var- quarter of his junior year. The break was so severe doctors waited for months before they finally decided that an amputation would not be necessary. The leg was in a cast for nine months. He, of course, had to d...
Cagers Hope To End In Blaze of Glory Flashes Eye W. Michigan After Winning Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
Cagers Hope To End In Blaze of Glory Flashes Eye W. Michigan After Winning Saturday By Bill Miller All the Kent State basketball team has to do now to wind up the season with an even 11-11 record is to win all seven remaining games. Technically, it could be done—even though the Golden Pashes don’t figure to. The Kent men do hope, to win at least a share of the next seven games and finish the season with a fairly respectable record. First hurdle in Kent’s stretch drive will be Thursday night when Coach “Bud” Haerr’s men will play Western Michigan in a MidAmerican conference tilt in the * MPE building. The Broncos, co-champs of the conference last season, defeated the Flashes 88-83 Dec. 20 in Kalamazoo, Mich. They will just about have to be favored to repeat again Thursday. But the Flashes, who’ve taken a new lease on life since beating Western Reserve Saturday night, are planning to spring an upset. They showed their loyal supporters that they still know how to win, by decisively thu...
Athletes Face Busy Week [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
Athletes Face Busy Week State athletic teams face a week. There are two basketball games, three swimming meets, and one wrestling meet. The basketball team entertains Western Michigan Thursday night and travels to Bowling Green Saturday night. The swimming team will go on the road for all three meets. Tomorrow they swim at Slippery Rock Teachers college in Pennsylvania, Friday they appear at Cincinnati, and Saturday at Miami.
Swimmers Splash Fenn; Matmen Bow To Toledo [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
Swimmers Splash Fenn; Matmen Bow To Toledo Kent State’s swimming team' submerged Fenn 51-33 in the Kent pool Saturday afternoon to snap a three-meet losing string. But the wrestling team, traveling to Toledo U, came back on the short end of a 20-8 count, for its second setback of of the season. Coach Bill Hoover’s swimmers thus won their third meet of the season, as against six losses. Kent piled up four firsts in rolling up their highest score of the year. Below are the swimming summaries: 300-Yard Medley—Won by Kent (McVehil, Bosomworth, Hughes). Time: 3:29.6. 200-Yard Freestyle—Fraily, F, first; Hambleton, KSU, second; Kempf, KSU, third. Time 2:33.2. 50-Yard Freestyle—Smith, KSU, first Dickey, KSU, second; Sneveker, F, third. Time 24.7. 150-Yard Individual Medley—Paul, F, first; Bosworth, KSU, second; Schoroeder, F, third. Time 1:59.7. Fancy Diving—McVehil, KSU, first; Hahn, F, second; Korman, KSU, third. 100-Yard Freestyle Smith, KSU, first, Kempf, KSU, second; Fondy, F, third. ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
KARPERS We Have 65c DAILY STUDENT SPECIALS and MEAL TICKETS "Represents education that continues," says GEORGE GALLUP Founder of the American Institute of Public Opinion; formerly Professor, Pulitzer School of Journalism, Columbia U. "A serious weakness of the American educational system is the missing link between what we are taught in school and what we learn after leaving school. The Reader's Digest represents education that continues. It arouses and satisfies keen interest in the vital issues of the day and in varied fields of lasting knowledge." S a iflii Look at the wide range of subjects in any issue—The Reader’s Digest is designed for the well-rounded individual who cultivates interests far wider than the confines of any particular field. From the wealth of material that is published each month, the editors select those outstanding articles no thoughtful person would want to miss. Each article is condensed to present the essentials clearly, yet preserve the full content and ...
Clubs To Meet; Hold Initiation [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
Clubs To Meet; Hold Initiation Dr. Florence P. Gebhart, from the health center, will speak on her medical missionary work in China to the biology society at their meeting Wednesday at 4 p.m. in 372 McG. All members and those interested may attend. Refreshments will be served. Psi Chi Psi Chi, national psychology honorary, will meet Wednesday at 4 p.m. in the Union. This will be a reorganization meeting. Booster’s Club The Booster’s club will meet at 4 today in 204 U. The 100% organizations for this year will be announced at the meeting. Those groups which have not turned their Booster membership cards or money over to Dick Cooper, are requested to do so. Gamma Theta Gamma Theta Upsilon, national professional geography fraternity, will hold their initiation banquet at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 5, in the Faculty dining room. Ten new members will be initiated. The present officers of the group are: Bill Douglas, president; Tom Seppelin, vice-president, and Bessie Burton, secretary-treasure...
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
WKSU-FM TUESDAY, FEB. 3 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 6:00 Dinner Horn* 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
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
CALENDAR TUESDAY, FEB. 3 8-10 a.m. Sophomore English Test, U.S. And. 10:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.—Community Arts Co-Operative meeting, 201 U. 3- —Sophomore English Test, U. 5. And. 4 IVCF meeting, 305 McG. 4-s—-Booster club meeting, 204 U. 4-s—Student Government Committee meeting, 206 U. 6 &amp; B—Movies, “Harvest,” (in French) - 104 AB. 7-B—Christian Science Organization meeting, 201 M. 7—IVCF meeting, 203 M. 7-9—Sophomore English Test, 212 M. 7:o3—Soc. for Advancement of Management meeting, 223 Mc6. B:ls—Norman Thomas , Forum Speaker, Aud.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
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