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Dorms Have Mooless Cows [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
Dorms Have Mooless Cows By Carol Beck There are “automatic cows” in Lowry, Engleman, Moulton and Stopher halls, these days. And they dispense not only plain, oldfashioned white milk, but chocolate and buttermilk, and orange drink as well. When “milked” these mooless cows oblige with milk or orange all done up in a special plastic-coated container which has a foilcovered pouring lip. The automatic machines are supplied once a day with fresh-from-the-dairy milk and orange. One hundred containers are loaded into the automatic dispenser, and up to two hundred more are kept refrigerated in the machine as a reserve stock. In each dorm a member of the United Christian Fellowship has the responsibility of keeping “Bessie” stocked up, ready for milking. It was the phenomenal success of Cornell university’s experiment with milk-vending machines that led Kent State business manager Emil Berg to permit their installation at KSU. Keepers of the robot cows are: Engleman hall, Joan Aitken; Stopher...
KAMPUSCOPE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
KAMPUSCOPE By Ed Cliney Men from the University of Minnesota’s dormitories paid a mass visit to the womens’ dorms last week, but unlike the “panty raid” of last spring, it was sponsored by the Student Activities bureau. The guys sang the Minnesota Rouser and several old favorites at each dorm, while the women watched from their rooms and balconies. * * * Pittsburgh city council has ruled that the University of Pittsburgh must get rid of its famous panther mascot. Student Congress claims the cage the panther is housed in is better than those used in some parades organizations have sponsored. They defend the panther by saying that during a Lions club convention a full grown lion from the zoo was brought into a crowded hotel. * * * Question in the University of Minnesota Daily. “I have seen many boy students plodding around campus wearing light blue uniforms. Who are they?” Someone told me they were in the ROTZ or RATC or something like that. Is this right?” A.—“No, I’m afraid you’ve b...
Letters To The Editor [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
Letters To The Editor Editor, Kent Stater, Dear Sir: Oftentimes the same question has been asked of us: “Why should I join the Booster club? What will I, as a member get out of it? What is its purpose and what does it accomplish?” Please don’t stop here! In the past years Booster club has been supported by the Greek organizations on Kent’s campus. We would, sincerely, like to see a surprising response from the facility and independents this year. Booster club is an organization of everyone in the KSU family and likewise is ready to serve all. We, in turn, are able to carry out our function only by means of your support. to come. Wherever your dollar may go you may rest assured that it has played a part in supporting the athletics at this university and making Kent a more outstanding college. Please help us to help you support and take pride in your college. Sincerely yours, Jeff Barnard, Booster Pres. , One year’s membership, for the entire three quarters, costs you only a dollar. I...
Kent Loses 19-13; Ohio U Next [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
Kent Loses 19-13; Ohio U Next By Jim Witzberger Well the pressure’s off for the Homecoming tilt with Ohio U Saturday afternoon. The Flashes were stung by the Yellow Jackets of BaldwinWallace Saturday night 19-13 at Berea. The hard fought contest was played to a standstill in the first period. The only threat was made hy B-W and that was halted when Tony Rocco intercepted a pass. On two quick plays in the second quarter the Kent men rolled 70 yards for a TD. Paul Amodio ran 10 yards then lateralled to Bob Scott who scampered 25 yards to the B-W 45 yard line. On the next play Frank Artino cut through his own tackle, to the B-W 35 yard line, then lateralled to Jim Cullom who ran the remaining 35 yards to score. The Yellow Jackets came roaring back with passes by Tony Roppolo and Bill Palmer, and hard running by Chet Grob to move the ball to the Kent 15 yard line. There Palmer threw a TD pass to Grob. The extra point try was blocked by Mike Korda and Kent led 7-6 at halftime. Bob Scott ...
the PRESS box [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
the PRESS box CHUCK MILLER It has been proven by photographs that baseball umpires' sometimes make grave blunders, even in the most important of all games, the World Series. I wish I would have have a camera* with me Saturday night when Kent State lost a 19-13 decision to Baldwin-Wallace. I say “decision” because it was the decision of a referee that cost the Golden Flashes a victory. With a camera, I would have liked to have stationed myself at the B-W goal line at the beginning of the fourth quarter. Kent was trailing 19-13, but had the ball on B-W’s one-foot line with fourth down coming up. Quarterback Frank Artino took the ball from center and drove into the middle of the line. From the press box, it looked as if Artino had crossed the goal. Yet I could say nothing, because from that distance I simply couldn’t tell. After the mass of humanity had unpiled, the referee, Steve Bernadic, declared Artino had not crossed the goal line. B-W took over and elected to punt out from its ow...
Runners To Meet Case [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
Runners To Meet Case Five dual meets and a Mid-Ameri-can conference meet will constitute Kent State university’s cross country schedule, it was announced by Athletic Director Trevor J. Rees. Coached by Joe Begala, the KSU runners will open against Case October 22, at Kent. They will wind up the season with a Mid-Ameri-can meet at Oxford, November 8. Here is the schedule. Oct. 22, Case, home; Oct. 25, Western Reserve, at Cleveland; Oct 29, Akron, home; Nov. 1, Bowling Green, home; Nov. 5, John Carroll, home; Nov. 8, Mid-American conference meet, at Oxford.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
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Honoraries, Clubs Hold Sessions To Start Quarter’s Activities [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
Honoraries, Clubs Hold Sessions To Start Quarter’s Activities A demonstration on hat creating by Mrs. Esther Gray, assistant professor of home economics, will follow the business meeting of the Home Economics club tomorrow at 4 p.m. in 101 K. Over 70 girls attended the “Buddy' Picnic” last Wednesday at the Home Management house. Group singing and get-acquainted games were followed by a barbecue supper. American Chemical Society Dr. George L. Bush will be the guest speaker at the meeting of the Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society tomorrow evening at 7:30 p.m. in 458 McG. Dr. Bush, professor of chemistry at Kent, will have as his topic, “Detective Stories” Association for Childhood Education A get-together party will be featured at the first meeting of the Association for Childhood Education on Thursday evening at 7 p.m. Ruth Ann Perram, program chairman, and Peggy Wagoner, social chairman, are in charge of the program which will be held in Moulton Music room. Delta Pi...
BOOSTER BOOTH [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
BOOSTER BOOTH Beginning today the Booster club booth will be open to receive memberships in the club for the coming year. Membership fee is $l, entitling the holder to a full year’s membership. 4 Organizations representing the Booster club are taking charge of the booth from Oct. 14-28. The booth will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
SOC SCHEDULE | [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
SOC SCHEDULE | In compliance with the Panhellenic rushing rules, no sorority news has been published on this page since rushing started. The schedule set up at the beginning of the year has not been followed these last two weeks, but will be followed starting next week. All organizations, independent and Greek, are reminded of the schedule: Tuesday’s STATER, clubs and honoraries; Wednesday, sorority 1 news; Thursday, fraternity news; and Friday, religious news. ALL news MUST be in the STATER office by 10 a.m. of the day BEFORE it is to be published. All publicity chairmen of the various organizations are requested to observe this deadline for handling in news.
Sigmaphi Meets; Discusses Future [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
Sigmaphi Meets; Discusses Future The first meeting of Sigmaphi was an open meeting to introduce the members of the club to the new Jewish women on campus. Social chairman, Loris Guggenheim, announced that plans were being made for several social affairs during the coming year, including anopen house, a tea and a formal. Janet Mayhall, president, announced that pledge service for new members would be held at the next meeting. Alumna, Kay Robinson, was recently married to Irving Deitchman of Akron. During the summer, Rita Madison became pinned to Bernie Wise of Akron.
Religious Groups Have Meetings Scheduled For Today, Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
Religious Groups Have Meetings Scheduled For Today, Tomorrow Chuck Frye is in charge of the mid-week vesper service sponsored by Wesley foundation tomorrow evening from 7 to 7:30 at the Wesley house. “Buzz session” on Thursday after-* noon from 4 to 5 will be “A Trip to the Pacific,” movies shown by Max Love, a Navy veteran. United Christian Fellowship Dr. Maurice Baum, head of the philosophy department, will be the special speaker at the UCF coffee hour tomorrow afternoon. Newman Club What is a Catholic ? This and many other pertinent questions will be answered at the Newman cluh’s K first “Question Box” session at 7:30 Thursday in 204 U. The “Question Box” seeks to have the student ask and answer questions concerning Catholicism with Father George Mulroy acting as moderator. Christian Science Organization The Christian Science organization will meet tonight at 7 p.m. in 201 Merrill. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship will meet tonight at 7 p.m. i...