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KSU Battles Homecoming Jinx In Game Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
KSU Battles Homecoming Jinx In Game Saturday The third time is the charm. At least, Kent State’s Golden Flashes hope it is. Saturday afternoon they’ll be playing in their third straight Homecoming game, and they’d like to win one for a change. They’re matched against Marshall college at Huntington, West Virginia. Game time is 2 p.m. Kent opened its season with three 1 straight wins. But then came the Homecoming jinx. Coach Trevor Rees’ eleven lost 19-13 at BaldwinWallace’s Homecoming, and then last week bowed to Ohio U 27-18 at their own Homecoming festivities. Marshall will celebrate its Homecoming Saturday, and the Flashes would like nothing better than to ruin it. But it’ll be a crippled Kent team that will take the field. Trainer Joe Keefe has been nursing no less than nine injured players this week. He says that all but two of them will be able to start, though. Missing the action will be halfback Bob Scott and left guard Major Harris. Coach Rees plans to start Captain Paul Amo...
Kent Harriers Top Case Tech [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Kent Harriers Top Case Tech Paced by the brilliant running of Paul Fanti and by capturing four of the first five places, KSU’s cross country squad smashed a three-year old losing jinx over Case Tech by trimming the Casemen 16-44, Wednesday afternoon. Remember too, that the lowest score wins in cross country. Fanti, who was never pressed in the four-mile churn, won by three hundred yards with Kent’s John Twark finishing second. Bill Hall, the squad’s captain, finished third. Hall, last year’s ace runner, has been consistently beaten by Fanti in time trials this year. However, Bill has been hampered by an injured leg thus far, and both boys are consequently putting up a hot battle for the number one spot. Kent’s next meet will find the squad treking to Western Reserve university Saturday afternoon. Ohio U., Bowling Green and John Carroll round opt the schedule in that order. The results of the meet are as follows: Ist, Paul Fanti-Kent; 2nd, John Twark-Kent; 3rd, Bill HallKent; 4th, Ja...
Norcia And Mariuno Push For Fullback Position [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Norcia And Mariuno Push For Fullback Position Coach Trevor J. Rees has been* counting upon two Canton gridders to do the Kent State’s Golden Flashes a lot of good this season. KSU’s head mentor has a couple of rugged boys in Lou Mariano and Mike Norcia, graduates of McKinley high. Mariano is still remembered in schoolboy circles throughout Ohio for his antics on the gridiron from 1948-50. He won all-state honors at McKinley. Lou lettered at Kent as a freshman last year. He demonstrated both power and speed while seeing considerable action. Now a sophomore, he weighs 164 pounds and stands 5-7. Both he and Norcia are fullbacks and are pushing veteran Jim Cullom for the starting job. Lou has been used mostly this year on kick-off and punt returns. Norcia graduated from McKinley, but did not play football. He tried out for the Kent squad in 1950, but entered the service shortly afterwards. While in the army, Mike played quite a bit of football against tough Far West schools. He scored 1...
INTRAMURAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
INTRAMURAL Delta Upsilon and Kappa Sigma notch victories to remain tied for first place in League I. The DU’s defeated Theta Kappa Phi 14-12 and Kappa Sigs dumped Phi Sigma Kappa 12-0. 4 In other action Delta Tau Delta upset Alpha Phi Beta 7-0, and Phi Gamma Theta romped over Phi Beta Phi 25-2. Alpha Epsilon Pi ran over Chi Alpha by the score of 39-0. In an overtime game Phi Kappa Tau defeated Sigma Delta on penetrations. The score was 12-12.
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Religious Groups Attend Retreats And Convention [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Religious Groups Attend Retreats And Convention The UCF retreat, held this weekend at Centerville Mead YMCA camp, will be led by Clyde Holbrook, professor of religion at Oberlin college. The “retreaters” will leave at 3, 4 4, and 5 o’clock today and will return Sunday afternoon. The regular Sunday evening supper and worship service will be held in the Congregational church at 5:45 p.m. Choir practice will be held immediately preceding the supper. A Hallowe’en party sponsored by UCF will be held in the Christian church, October 39, from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Refreshments will be served. The donation is 35 cents. Newman Club Twenty-five Newmanites left this morning for Ohio State university to take part in the Ohio Valley Province convention of Newman clubs being held there Oct. 24-26. For this reason, there will be no meeting Sunday night. Newman will hold its first group communion and breakfast on next Sunday, Nov. 2. Members should note that a social will be held that evening although it...
Group To Meet; Writers Needed [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Group To Meet; Writers Needed Students wishing to contribute manuscripts to the Kent WRITER are urged to take them to the English office on the second floor of Merrill. Manuscripts will then be read by a screening committee, and if judged promising, before the whole club. Students are reminded that although publication is an important part of its activities, the WRITER is primarily a group designed to help young writers with their special problems. The next meeting of the club will be held in the home of one of its two advisors, Dr. Arthur E. Du Bois, next Wednesday evening. Dr, K. R. Pringle is the group’s other advisor. The officers of the organization are: William J. Lee, chairman; Alex Fraser, vice chairman; and William Bartram, secretary.
Campus News, Life ’N Times [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Campus News, Life ’N Times Long-range plans drawn up by sub-committees of the All-College Educational Research committee at Michigan State college call for measures to increase the standard of English among students on this campus and give them more efficient counseling services. A survey conducted last year by the sub-committee on English proficiency revealed that approximately five per cent of the entire student body was seriously deficient in writing ability. Recommendations by the ACERC include: 1. The establishment of an allcollege faculty committee on English. Membership of the committee would consist of a chairman appointed by the president; the director of the writing improvement clinic; and representatives from the basic college and each of the upper schools. 2. Students found to be seriously deficient in English usage would be required to attend the writing clinic until they attain satisfactory proficiency in simple English. 3. If a student is found to be seriously deficie...
Elections Held By Soccer Club [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Elections Held By Soccer Club The Kent State soccer club, under the direction of Karl Chesnutt, of the HPE department, held election of officers at its last meeting. Ralph Lemon was elected president; Nathan Cassel vice-presi-dent; and William Pause and Frank Pichel co-secretaries. The club made plans for scheduling games this year with such well known schools as Western Reserve, Oberlin, Kenyon, Slippery Rock and Ohio State. The club will play its first practice game next week when it meets Western Reserve academy at Hudson. The academy has already beaten Western Reserve university 5-1 this year. All men who are interested in playing soccer, whether experienced or not, are to see Mr. Chesnutt in the intramural office in the HPE building or report for practice at the athletic fields behind the HPE department every afternoon at 3 p.m.
Business Honorary Lists Requirements [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Business Honorary Lists Requirements Phi Gamma Nu, national businesswomen’s honorary, has openings now for women majoring or minoring in business education, business administration, commerce, or secretarial science. Eighty hours of college credit and above-average grades are required for membership. Qualified women may obtain application blanks from the secretary in 314 Merrill.
Art Club Hears Akron Decorator [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Art Club Hears Akron Decorator The first of a series of activities planned by the Art club will be held Wednesday, October 29, at 7:30 p.m. in 116 AB. Headlining the meeting will be an address by an interior decorator from Yeager department store of Akron. The club has planned an agenda for the year of workshops to alternate with combined social affairs and short business meetings. The purpose of the Art club is to acquaint students with the different phases of art. The club will hold its meetings every Wednesday night and is open to any one interested in art. All KSU students, especially industrial art students, are invited to attend the first meeting Wednesday to find out more about the club.
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
CALENDAR FRIDAY, OCT. 24 Today through Sunday UCF retreat, Centerville Mills YMCA camp; Wesley retreat, Hiram House camp. 2—Alpha Phi alumnae meeting, MMR. 4-6—NEO Council for Social Studies, aud. 6 Delta Zeta Founders’ Day banquet, U. ballroom. 7- —NEO Council for Social Studies, 317 McG; 210, 207, 202 K. SATURDAY, OCT. 25 All day—HPE girls attend Playday at Oberlin college.
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
WKSU-FM FRIDAY, OCT. 24 11:58 Sign on 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 The Students View 12:45 U. S. Marine Show 1:00 Musical Chats 2:00 Sign off 4:58 Sign on 5:00 Stories and Stuff 5:80 Easy Listening 5:45 News and Sports 6:00 Dinner Hour 7:00 Cavalcade of Music 7:30 Pigskin Review and Preview 7:45 Letter to the UN 8:00 A Trip Through Switzerland 8:15 Waltz Time 8:30 News 8:35 Evening Devotions 8:45 Sign off SATURDAY, OCT. 25 1:13 Sign on 1:15 Warm Up Time 2:00 KSU vs. Marshall 4:80 Sign off It has been said, “Out of the mouths of babes come gems of thought,” and such is the case with “Letter to the UN” heard tonight at 7:45. This is a 15-minute dramatic cantata based on a letter to the UN by the kindergarten pupils of a New York City school. These children are a living proclamation of the old cliche. Kent State high and Roosevelt High clash tonight at 8 p.m. and this evening at 5:45 Tom Laing will have a pregame interview with Bob Buckley and Dick Kilbourne the respective coaches of the...
Eighteen Girls Go To Oberlin [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Eighteen Girls Go To Oberlin Twelve girls from the Hockey club and six in archery will leave Kent tomorrow morning at 9:30 p.m. by bus for Oberlin college to take part in a sports playday. Teams from several schools will mix into different teams and play. There is to be no inter-school competition. The rest of the day’s program consists of a cookout at noon, recreational swimming, and an evening tea.