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IFC Plans Rush Party [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 16 October 1952
IFC Plans Rush Party An assembly for all men interested in fraternity rushing this fall will be held on Thursday, Oct. 16 at 7:30 p.m. Schedules for the rushing system will be explained to the rushees, and their questions will be answered by members of Interfraternity council. Ben McGinnis, advisor of IFC, and Raymond E. Manchester, Dean of Men, will speak on the parts fraternities play in campus life and its relative advantages. A movie, “Toast to our Brothers” will close the meeting. Rushing will officially open on Monday, Oct. 20 with the fraternity open smokers.
PTA Members To Attend Clinic [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 16 October 1952
PTA Members To Attend Clinic Approximately fifty Parent-Teacher Association leaders will attend the first in a series of six fall workshops at Kent State university Thursday, Oct. 16, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon in the Kent State union. This is the second of three workshops designed to train lay leaders in parent education. Workshops are conducted by the Kent State department of special education under the sponsorship of the Ohio Congress of Parents and Teachers. Mrs. Lorin C,. Staats, Athens, state president of the PTA, will address the group. Lotar V. Stahlecker, assistant professor of special education at Kent State, is in charge of the workshops.
New Dean Has Variety Of Background Experience [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 16 October 1952
New Dean Has Variety Of Background Experience By Pat Boehmer The welfare of all the women students at Kent lies in the hands of Mrs. Margaret W. Swanson who took over the position of dean of women on Oct. 1 following the retirement of the former dean, Ada V. Hyatt. Mrs. Swanson, a native of Painesville, was graduated from Painesville high school and received her AB degree in modern languages and physical education at Denison where she was graduated Phi Beta Kappa. Her graduate work was done in the fields of school administration and guidance at the University of Wisconsin and Western Reserve university where she received her MA degree. Before coming to Kent two years ago as assistant dean of women, Dean Swanson was physical education supervisor at Willoughby Township elementary school for four years, physical education teacher at the Andrew School for Girls for four years, and assistant principal of Willoughby Union high school for five years. Mrs. Swanson is the mother of one son, ...
EDITORIAL Ground-Work [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 16 October 1952
EDITORIAL Ground-Work It appears now that the old wizard, Larry Wooddell is going to wave his magic wand and come up with another miracle. In spite of all forebodings, the mall improvement will be completed by the time Kent’s alumni arrive for Homecoming. Last week at this time, not too many people would have traded a bet on the Brooklyn Dodgers for a chance on meeting the completion schedule. But work on the project was stepped up, with more hours and men participating in the effort, and the long shot came through. Few of the students, or faculty members either, for that matter, know much of the man who has been instrumental in outlining the work and seeing that it was done, on time and according to plan. His official title at the University is Superintendent of Grounds, but this friendly man is known to all as “Larry.” In the years since he joined the staff of KSU, the campus of the University has shown marked improvement. Today, it is known as one of the most beautifully landscap...
From The Files [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 16 October 1952
From The Files By Joe Franko By October of 1932 the world was in pretty sad shape, due mostly to the depression in the United States. By that time most of us were sounding-off with philosophical phrases such as “da da” and “goo goo.” Many of the more hapless citizens were saying goodbye to their last dollar while the voting public was saying goodbye to the last Republican; Herbert Hoover. At Kent, that election year, the Student council came up with a “graft proof” system with which they conducted the elections. To eliminate the grand old custom of stuffing the ballot box, the Council designated the windows of the Treasurer’s office to each of the respective classes. As a student placed his vote his name was checked off a list. There was no party system as there is now. Anyone could be nominated to run so long as he or she secured at least five signatures supporting the nomination. Despite the scarcity of the green every where but on the lawn, KSU underwent a $2500 redecorating job ...
Congratulations To You [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 16 October 1952
Congratulations To You By Julia Yeagley “Congratulations to you” etc. etc. Those were the words floating from the Brady Tuesday night. Why? Why, of course. It was Greek night. The night the sororities pledged their hopeful rushees. The night they dragged their new members from the various houses through the puddles to the Brady. Going to the Brady on pledge night has become a tradition at Kent. That’s where all the sororities show off their latest additions and where they see what happened to the ones who didn’t pledge their particular sorority.* Of course, it’s not all girls who pack the place. Sooner or later the male Greeks are bound to show up. The reason for their being there ? Not just to drink cokes and make small talk. Of course not. They’re there to see who of the new faces they’ll decide to date. There are many sore throats by the end of the night. Trying to talk above a roar far surpassing Niagara Falls is somewhat of a strain on the vocal chords. And its not all talk. Th...
Weeks Weaker From Overwork [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 16 October 1952
Weeks Weaker From Overwork By Larry Carpenter All this country lacks in the way of national weeks, is a week honoring weeks. Officially speaking, this is National Save the Horse week, National Donut week, and National Letter Writing week. As there are few horses on campus, we of KSU are primarily interested in the donut and letter writing end of things. Of course, there will probably be a few people who will feel that this article is slighting the horse. But seriously, I only know one joke concerning a horse, and if it were printed, my relationship with the Stater would undoubtedly be terminated. Back to donuts. We have many of them in the “hub.” All sizes, as a matter of fact. And according to the rules governing National Donut week, we are permitted to “dunk” them this week. However, I advise against dunking them in “hub” coffee, as this is a week to honor the donut, not cremate it. As far as letter writing goes, I don’t know exactly how we could honor it. Possibly we might try pa...
OU Game Looms As Best Of Season [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 16 October 1952
OU Game Looms As Best Of Season By Bill Miller There’ll be lots at stake Saturday afternoon when Kent tangles with unbeaten Ohio university at Memorial stadium. In fact, it promises to be the most important game of the season. First of all, it’s Homecoming. And upwards of 8000 fans will probably be on hand . . . most of ’em pulling for a KSU win. Secondly, undisputed possession of' first place in the Mid-America conference is up for grabs. Each team has a 2-0 record in loop action. Thirdly, Kent will be out to avenge the hard-to-swallow 28-27 loss they suffered at Ohio U’s homecoming last year. Over the years, the two teams have met four times; and the Bobcats have lost only once. That was at Kent in 1950 when they lost 35-13. Fourth, the Golden Flashes are still fuming over last week’s controversial loss to Baldwin-Wallace . . . their first setback of the year. They want to 7 make up for that. » And of course, the Flashes would kind of like to mess up Ohio U’s plans for an undefeat...
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 16 October 1952
CALENDAR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16 9-12 noon—First fall NEO PTA Workshop, 204-5 U. 12 noon—NEO local admin. Vocat. Ind., Edc. Superv. Luncheon, 201 U. 4—Women’s League, 101 M. 4-s—Pi Sigma Alpha meeting, 206 U. 4-s—Mathematics honorary meeting, 302 M. 7-9—IFC meeting, Union ballroom. 7:80-9:30 —Alpha Phi Omega meeting, 101 M. 7:30-9:30 —Newman ciub meeting, 204 U.
Seven Frosh On Varsity Soar Hopes For Future [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 16 October 1952
Seven Frosh On Varsity Soar Hopes For Future Ah, but things look rosy for the future of Kent State football. Coach Trevor Rees already has seven freshmen playing varsity ball, which means that they have three more big years left. John Todd, for instance, is doing* all the punting for the Golden Flashes. Todd hails from Mansfield. He weighs 155 pounds and is about 5 feet 8 inches tall. He is small but has qualities of first-class football material. Another good backfield man is Tony Rocco who was mentioned for the Cleveland Press all-scholas-tic team and played in the West Senate championship game last year. Rocco is also small and fast. He is 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 159 pounds. Tony is majoring in physical education. The freshman class also contributes some big boys. One of ’em is Bud Porter, who nears 200 pounds and stands 6 feet 3 inches. He plays center. Porter was chosen on an allconference team in high school for two consecutive years. Coach Rees is also proud of two fr...
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 16 October 1952
WKSU-FM THURSDAY, OCT. 16 11:59 Sign on 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 From the Women’s World 12:45 With the Feminine Touch 1:00 Musical Chats 2:00 Sign off 4:59 Sign on 5:00 Ressler at Random 5:15 Children’s Comer 5:30 Adventures in Research 5:45 News and Sports 6:00 Dinner Hour 7:00 Chicago Roundtable 7:30 Netherlands’ Composer 8:00 The Jeffersonian Heritage • 8:30 News 8:35 Evening Devotions 8:45 Sign off The third in the series on “The Jeffersonian Heritage,” heard at 8 tonight, will be entitled “Divided We Stand,” Jefferson’s conception of religious freedom against any and all attempts to enforce uniformity.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 16 October 1952
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 16 October 1952
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Fraternities Will Welcome Alumni [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 16 October 1952
Fraternities Will Welcome Alumni Delta Upsilon 1 Delta Upsilon will hold a dinner dance Saturday night at Twin Lakes country club to celebrate 30 years on the campus. Kappa Mu Kappa, the local which became Delta Upsilon, was founded at Kent in 1922. President George Bowman will be the main speaker at the dinner. J. C. Grimes of New York city, general secretary of Delta Upsilon International fraternity, will present the DU trophy for public relations to the Kent chapter. P. A. Carlozzi, Kent automobile dealer and one of the charter members of Kappa Mu Kappa, will describe the founding of the chapter and Stanley Mine will be toastmaster. Other speakers for the dinner will include: Oliver Wolcott, sports editor of the Kent COURIER-TRIBUNE; Glenn Johnson, president of the local DU chapter; Dr. Kenneth Pringle, of the Kent English department; and Roy S. Apple, president of the DU-Kappa Mu Kappa Alumni association. Ray Paajanen recently transferred from the Western Reserve chapter of Delt...