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Candidates’ Boosters To Rally Today [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
Candidates’ Boosters To Rally Today With the presidential election a scant two weeks away and the emotions of the partisans of both parties at white heat, an opportunity is being given today for all to blow their collective tops. For the followers of Governor Stevenson, there is to be a motorcade to Ravenna, to greet him at the railroad station when he makes his whistle stop talk there. A meeting of all pro-Eisenhower students will be held this afternoon from 3-5 p.m. This was announced by Rom Rice, chairman of the Students for Eisenhower association. The purpose of the meeting is to help students fill out their absentee ballots so they will not have to travel home on Nov. 4. Mr, J. P. Matthews, secretary of the Kent Republican party will furnish the needed information. All those interested in the Stevenson motorcade are asked to be at E. Summit st. extension at 2:30 just behind the KSU stadium. Students without cars are asked to be at the Union at 2:15 p.m, where they may get trans...
Absentee Vote Procedure Set [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
Absentee Vote Procedure Set All out -of - town students planning to vote by absentee ballot next month should write to the Board of Elections in their home town, giving their names and home addresses. In this way, they will be placed in the proper ward and precinct. The Board will then send to the students a request for ballots which they will take to the notary public. After filling them out properly, they should send them back. The students will then receive their ballots. The marking and signing of these ballots will be witnessed and notarized by the notary public. Mrs. Ethel Moore and Mrs. Margaret A. Smhmiedl are the notaries public at KSU and can be located at the treasurer’s office in the Atrium. All absentee ballots must be in to the local boards by noon, Oct. 31
Smith Blasts Boosters Group Charges Funds Misused; Council To Investigate [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
Smith Blasts Boosters Group Charges Funds Misused; Council To Investigate By Joe Durbin CSee page 2 for Editor’s Mail and editorial written previous to the afternoon meeting of Student Council.) Lowell Smith charged in Student council yesterday afternoon that Booster club funds have been misused. 13b claimed that the whereabouts of the funds collected by the Booster club have never been explained, that the club conducts sloppy meetings and that a former officer of the organisation msed the club’s fund for buying his books and food. 'Smith stated that he had never* seen any sort of financial report from the Booster club and demanded that Council appoint a committee to check into the finances of the organization. Acting in accord with Smith’s demand, Council President Bill Berzinec appointed A1 Capel, Lenny Goldutein, Bernard Komar, and Eleanor Mann along with Smith to such a committee. They wxD report to Council when their investigation is completed. Council also was faced with anoth...
Burr Heads Pick Staff [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
Burr Heads Pick Staff Approximately 20 students have been selected to work on the editorial staff of the 1953 Chestnut Burr. Headed by Associate Editor Anne Liberati, the executive staff consists of Alex Fraser, copy editor, Flo Lou Lawrence and Joan Reed, chief writers, Maritherese Burr and Bill Barrett, Greek editors and Chuck Miller, sports editor. The writers include Janet de Nobel, Bill Miller, Tom Duke, Joyce Todd, Susan Farley, Sandra Roads, Lucille Braumiller, Norma Hunter, Sue Leick, Carol Woods, Patricia Cain, A1 Lowe, Joan Osborne, Margi Dick, and Maryanne Smarsley. Jumping at the motto, “Shape Up or Ship Out,” the editorial staff, working in the new Burr office are doing research to follow up the theme of “40 Years at Kent State.” To induce Kentonians to show a little more interest in the copy side of a yearbook, an attempt is being made to follow the pattern of last year’s book in the respect that the copy will be “alive” and have personality.
Flash Runners Top Case Tech [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
Flash Runners Top Case Tech The Kent cross country team opened their season with a 16-44 victory (low score wins) over Case Tech yesterday. Kent captured all of the first three places with Paul Fanti in the lead followed by John Twark and Bill Hall. Joe Begala’s runners will open their Mid-American schedule Saturday when they travel to Western Reserve.
EDITORIAL We’ll See [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
EDITORIAL We’ll See In today’s Editor’s Mail there is a letter calling for a report on the financial status of the Booster club. We feel that we are obliged to run this letter and comment on the situation. There are others who would like to know where the money is going. In order to present both sides we conferred with Jeff Barnard, Booster president. He was very cooperative. He promised to provide us with a financial report of last year’s Booster organization. This will be printed when it is received. According to Barnard it was announced at the last meeting, after some deep insinuations had been made, that the books would be open to any Booster member. They still are. In regards to the report to Student council he said that this group made no request for either the minutes or the financial report of Booster club. Lowell Smith has presented a valid argument. He asks some questions which certainly demand an answer. No organization or individual should contribute to anything unless t...
KAMPUSCOPE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
KAMPUSCOPE By Bruce Limpus The student newspaper at the University of Nebraska, the Daily Nebraskan, amazed its readers with what at first seemed to be a violently partisan lead: “One of those disgusting situations will arise again when Sen. John Sparkman, Democratic vice-presidential nominee, addresses a so-called university convocation.” They went on to explain that Sen. Sparkman would not necessarily be cause to the disgust, but that the professors would not dismiss their classes to let students attend the speech. Ohio State Lantern * * # Some of the students at the University of Maryland are becoming a little irritated with the way that their infirmary is being handled, and things seem to be getting worse. According to the Diamondback, the student newspaper, the infirmary is making plans to put up a big sign over the door. It will read: “Don’t crawl away mad. Just crawl away.” An ad in the “Daily Texan: FOR SALE 12 “B” Carved Hall Masonry heads of women 50 or 60 years old still ...
From The Files [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
From The Files By Joe Franko (Third in a series) October of 1937 saw the elders among us begin on the road of education that was to ultimately lead to Kent State, Also October of ’37 saw a repulsive character with a mustach and bangs begin on the road of world domination which was to ultimately lead to a secluded death in his Austrian hideout. While the first graders were set-' ting records for mortality rate among elementary education teachers, Hitler was amusing himself with his own mortality parade, in a much more sadistic fashion. We were becoming past masters at the scientific study of spitball warfare and Adolph was worrying about the crowded conditions of the Concentration camps that littered Germany like a pack of dogs around a fire plug. At Kent that fall, the enrollment slightly surpassed the 2,000 mark. The students at Kent were learning journalism, education, architecture, etc., while their German counterparts were learning the “goosestep.” While the Poles were up-in-arm...
If The Shirt Fits ... [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
If The Shirt Fits ... By Tom Fitzpatrick I never did agree with Voltaire’s Doctor Pangloss when he said “This is the best o£ all possible world’s.” On the other hand I didn’t realize how bad it could get at times. While glancing through a magazine the other day, I came face to face with a full page color ad of an oddly dressed, captious appearing man. The caption in, bold black letters read, “This is Mr. Ellerton Jette, he owns 279 Hathaway Shirts.” Compared to my own modest collection of shirts this was a blow below the ego, so to speak. • Here’s the punch line though. The makers of Hathaway shirts consider a man improperly dressed if he wears a white shirt before nightfall. That means we should all wear colored shirts in the day time and then switch to white in the evening. Now this is really a blow. For years, Hathaway has had only one advertisement, that of a man with I a patch over his eye, posing in, you guessed it, a white shirt. This somehow smacks of dirty dealing to me. It...
Editor’s Mail [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
Editor’s Mail Editor, Kent Stater: Dear Sir: Recently my fraternity was requested to subscribe 100% to the Booster club, as was every other Greek organization on campus. At our business meeting the issue was brought up and thoroughly torn apart. It was voted down. The reasons given were very clear. There is a growing feeling that the Booster club is an organization that is run by a few individuals who might possibly be lining their pockets with the dollars of the students. This opinion is supported by several facts. First of all, during the past year, there is no record of their having turned in any minutes to Student council for their scrutiny or approval. Secondly, their meetings are run in a very sloppy manner with little regard for proper parliamentary procedure. Thirdly, they were responsible for collecting hundreds, or perhaps thousands of dollars from the student body and yet it is only a matter of speculation as to where that money went, or for that matter, how much was coll...
the PRESS box [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
the PRESS box This and that . , . What’s in a name? Who cares, because it’s the nickname which usually has an interesting background. Homer Edington, KSU line coach, is a good example. They call Homer ‘Sven.” His nickname is derived from a Swedish friend whose first name is Sven and whose last is about three times longer. The Swedish Sven attended a' boy’s camp in Glendale, Ohio, several years ago. Homer was a counselor, They became pen pals. Recently Sven won a canoe in a contest in Stockholm, Sweden. He named it “Homer.” When word got back to the KSU athletic office, Homer’s friends tabbed him with the nickname Sven. * * * Despite the physical beating Ohio U gave the Golden Flashes, one can rest assured Kent will field a team against Marshall’s Big Green next Saturday. Bob Scott and Dick Pitts, halfbacks, have leg injuries. Guard Major Harris has a knee sprain. Nursing bumps and bruises are both ends, Joe Barbee and Don Potokar; Guard Penfield Tate and Defensive End Sonji Herzberg...
As I See It [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
As I See It By Jim Witzberger After predicting the outcome of the 1952 baseball season in the Stater last Spring I will now try my luck in predicting the winners of this week’s football games. One thing that we ask is that you do not bet any money on our predictions. Mid-American games: Miami over Ohio U—by 13 Bowling Green over Toledo—by 10 Non Conference games: Marshall over Kent State—by 7 Kentucky over Cincinnati —by 7 Buffalo over Western Reserve Ohio State over lowa—2o points Intra-murals: Alpha Epsilon Pi over Chi Alpha Kappa Sigma over the Phi Sigs Delta Upsilon over the Theta Kaps Alpha Phi Beta over the Belts Phi Gamma Theta over Phi Betes Phi Gamma Theta over P. Beta Phi
INTRAMURAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
INTRAMURAL In intra-mural touch football Tuesday night Alpha Phi Beta beat Phi Beta Phi 23-0. This is the third straight victory for the Betas. They are now tied with Sigma Nu for the leadership of League 11. In the Stopher ' league Fay romped over Davey 34-0; and Esther squeezed by Ava 7-6. Ester and Fay will play Tuesday for the Stopher hall championship.
Raidel, Junior Tackle, Wins Praise Of Coach [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
Raidel, Junior Tackle, Wins Praise Of Coach Not many coaches admit* they have players who do not make errors. However, Kent State university Coach Trevor J. Rees is an exception to the rule. Rees has an outstanding tackle in 19-year-old Dick Raidel, a junior from Austintown Fitch. Rees says Raidel is one who “just does not make errors.” The KSU mentor rates Raidel as near-perfect on his blocking assignments, and he is all praise for the tackle’s all-around ability. “If we had 22 players of Dick’s caliber on the squad,” says Rees, “we’d have a terrific team.” Last year Dick won KSU’s outstanding sophomore award as an offensive tackle. Homer Edington, Kent’s line coach, rates Raidel and Left Tackle A1 Kilgore of Cleveland West Tech as the best offensive tackles he has ever coached at KSU. ) - As a high school gridder at Aus- w 1 ....... tintown Fitch, Raidel was named to the all-Mahoning county football squad. He also participated in track at Fitch. Besides being an ideal athlete, Rai...
Frosh Lose To BW In Opener [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
Frosh Lose To BW In Opener Coach Dick Rotls’ freshman football squad will be seeking its first win of the season next Thursday night when it meets the BaldwinWallace frosh in its first game at home. Two more games after that are on tap for the Kent yearlings. On Nov. 8 they will travel to Kiski Prep for a tilt, and on Nov. 13 they’ll entertain Akron at Kent. Both home games will start at 8 p.m. The frosh squad opened its season on a sour note, losing to Western Reserve at Cleveland 20-0, Coach Kotis summed up the loss with one word: fumbilitis. The Kent men just couldn’t hold on to the ball. Kotis singled out Ted Wojden, at halfback; Tony Burkovic at guard; and Gary Nowak at quarterback as looking particularly good for Kent.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
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