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Boosters Club Is Vindicated Council Committee Charges Old Regime [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
Boosters Club Is Vindicated Council Committee Charges Old Regime Complete vindication, of Jeff Barnard, Booster club president, and the present Booster administration will be recommended by Lowell Smith at Student council meeting today. After a thorough investigation, facts have been uncovered by the Council investigating committee which show that though funds have been misused under former administrations, the present administration is cleared of blame. To avoid repetition of the past* situation, Student council has set up a three point system. In reference to this, Barnard says Booster club “will cooperate with Student council in every way.” This system will require Booster club to submit a report to council consisting of a financial statement and the minutes of meetings at which a member of Council is to be present. Barnard states that such situations which have occurred in the past “can not possibly happen and will not happen as long as I am president. To insure this fact a trip...
ROTC Honors Top Students [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
ROTC Honors Top Students The Air and Army ROTC joined to honor six of their number on the drill field yesterday afternoon. Recipient of the Air Force Association medal for outstanding achievement was Roy D. Northridge, a cadet colonel in the Air Force and Army ROTC. Rifle team awards went to Thomas Perkowsti, highest individual scorer for the year, and to Fred Lowery, Jack Ramage, Roy Reese, and Dan Weber, four highest on the team. Captain Herbert Bruce will be awarded the Bronze Star on Thursday.
IFC Continues Rush Program [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
IFC Continues Rush Program Inter-Fraternity council decided to continue its present rushing system until a time when a change would result in less confusion. Jim Cuppy, Sigma Nu, recommended the rewording of a bylaw to read “Any rushee may keep one and only one pledge pin after Friday at 4 p.m.,” instead of . . may accept one and only one pledge pin.” His motion passed, i It was also decided that any fraternity found guilty of violating rushing rules by IFC will not be allowed to participate in winter rushing. Education week for pledges taken late last spring quarter will begin on Nov. 9 and continue until Nov. 16.
REPORT ON SPILT COFFEE FROM THE HUB-CATS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
REPORT ON SPILT COFFEE FROM THE HUB-CATS By Jim Butler The greatest happened last week ... it involves two females, one male, one car and one class. It seems female no. 1 parked a car belonging to the male. She kept the keys and went to class. Anxious for his auto, the male persuaded another female to go to class and fetch the first. She agreed, but after a few minutes she blustered back to the male and exclaimed, *‘l can’t go in that class, it’s the one I am cutting this hour.” * * * Mike DiSalle, Democratic candidate for U. S. Senate from Ohio, in his speech here a week ago provided an oddity for political speaking. At the start of his speech he, a Democrat remember, mentioned Abraham Lincoln, a Republican we think! He paraphrased an old adage Lincoln once said about not feeling sorry for a person who holds his own nose to the grindstone. Quite typical of office seekers of either party today. * * * QUESTION OF THE WEEK—Who were the “gentlemen” in the Hub Saturday afternoon listeni...
Editor’s Mail [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
Editor’s Mail Oct. 24, 1952 v Editor, Kent Stater Dear Sir: Because a sport may have a “minor” attached to it, students are bound to believe that it is of no importance to the school. This is an entirely false notion. True, football, basketball, baseball, and in this school wrestling draw 1 the greatest number of spectators. But, let us not neglect the other sports. This fall, the cross-country squad promises to be the finest in the sport’s three-year history at Kent. Coach Joe Begala and all the members of the team have been making a “Major” effort to have it so. As you know, the team won .last Wednesday against Case and lost on Saturday to Wetern Reserve. Saturday the runners go against the boys from Bowling Green. We all know how we enjoy giving them a going over. So, let’s have some spectators over at the H.P.E. building at 11 o’clock. I know that the team will get a big lift, if when they are heading around the stadium for the finish line, there are some students making a littl...
Carbon Copy [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
Carbon Copy To All Club Presidents: The current “situation” involving the Boosters’ club holds a &gt;« warning for all. Constant supervision of members, their actions and handling of community funds, is needed. It is often thought that “clean-ups” occur only in time of political election or national emergencies. We didn’t wait that long this time, thank goodness. Let’s not wait for an expose for the next. Interested observer c.c. All KSU students
I LIKE IKE OR ADLAI? WHICH ONE? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
I LIKE IKE OR ADLAI? WHICH ONE? Froyn the Portage County Republican Committee Some day I’m going to stand out in front of the Kent State stadium when they’re having a big football game, with droves of folks crowding the entrances. With me I’ll have a gullible prospect and I’ll say to him, “Look, how would you like to own that place? Think of all the money you’d be taking in. All you have to do is draw $lO,OOO out of your savings account, pay it over to me and I’ll turn the deal over to you.” Sounds good, doesn’t it? It’s easy* to make that kind of promise, or any other kind, but the rub comes in being able to deliver. People have bought the new deal-fair deal promises, because they thought they’d be getting something for nothing. Social security, as such, has merit. It’s nice to look forward to a peaceful old age with no financial worries, living on the fat of the land with •an $BO top monthly income (increased to $l2O after the wife reaches 65). Where is all the dough coming from, ...
the PRESS box [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
the PRESS box When you walk into a Northern hotel, you usually find two towels, one marked “His” and one “Hers.” But in the South, you have just one towel marked “You all.” That’s Southern hospitality. And so it was in Huntington, W." Va. last weekend when Kent State played Marshall college. The Southern hospitality you hear about blossomed out nearly everywhere. Almost everyone went out of his way to be polite and help out the KSU crew. Even the police force pitched in, as Line Coach Homer Edington and Graduate Manager Jack Urchek will agree. Both Homer and Jack thought they had tickets on their windshields when they allowed time on their parking meters to run out. But when they examined the “tickets” they found the violations were excused by the police department because the cars bore Ohio license plates and therefore the owners were “guests of the City of Huntington.” Members of the squad enjoyed very much their first plane ride of the season. It took an hour to go from the Akron...
Full Slate In League [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
Full Slate In League The Mid-American conference gets into full swing this week with all teams seeing action. Kent will play Bowling Green, and Miami the current leader will play Toledo. Miami has a 3-0 record while Toledo has won one game in four conference games. Cincinanti will open its bid for the league title with a game against Western Reserve at Reserve. The Red Cats have lost all three of their conference games. In the other league encounter Western Michigan treks to Ohio U. Michigan has a 1-2 record while Ohio has two wins against one defeat. Jim Cullom, the hard running Kent fullback, leads the individual rushing race. Cullom has gained 615 yards in 101 tries. He leads Fred Durig of Bowling Green by 100 yards. Dick Pitts is sixth in the standings. Bowling Green has the leading pass receiver in the league in Jim Ladd. Ladd has scored eight TD’s. Bill Lyons, Ladd’s passing mate, is third in the conference for passing. He has hit his teammates 44 out of 88 attempts. Frank Art...
QUICK FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
QUICK FLASHES In independent intramural football games Monday night the defending champs Twin Lakes romped over Six Nuts and a Bolt, 55-0. In other games the Hounds ran over the Sloppy Seven 40-0, Stopher Ava beat The Fire House Five plus Two, 12-9 and the Arcadians squeezed by the Golden Greeks, 6-0. American Gommons Club defeated the Astabulians, 26-22 and the Newman club won over the Big House Farmers, 19-0 to round out the evenings play. The Yo-To’s from Ohio U. will meet an all-star intra-mural team from Kent on the HPE field at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 2. The Yo-To’s have not been scored on in 15 games. They are Ohio U’s all-university champions for 1950 and 1951. The Kent team will be composed of all-stars from both independent and Greek teams. A team from the Girls’ Hockey club at Kent State will play the Lake Erie college girls in field hockey Thursday at 4 p.m. at Lake Erie college in Cleveland. The team will leave Kent at 2 p.m. by bus. It will be their first match of the year...
As I See It [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
As I See It By Jim Witzberger The first week of predictions was a disastrous one. Only 8 teams out of the 12 I picked came out on the winning side. The game that I was glad to lose was the Kent game. Other teams that failed me were Ohio State, Alpha Phi Beta, and Buffalo university. Once again I will try, this week with better results, I hope. Mid-American: Kent over BG Miami over Toledo Cincy over Reserve Ohio U over W. Michigan Intra-mural: Kappa Sigma over AEPi Theta Kaps over Chi Alpha DU over the Phi Sigs Sigma Nu over Phi Betas Alpha Phi Beta over Phi Taus Delts over the Phi Gams.
Frosh Tangle With BW Here [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
Frosh Tangle With BW Here The Kent State freshman football team will play their first home game of the season Thursday afternoon at 4 p.m. against Baldwin Wallace at Memorial stadium. The frosh opened the season with a loss to Western Reserve but with game experience under their belt they should fare better against the Yellow-Jackets. It is the first of only two home games for the frosh. Admission for the game is free.
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Sorority Pledges Choose Officers [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
Sorority Pledges Choose Officers Pledge officers and committee chairmen for this year were 4 announced at the joint active-pledge meeting held at the Alpha Gamma Delta house this week. * The officers of the fall pledge class* include: Thalia Hergenroeder, president; Violet Jacobs, vice president; Janice Elf ring, secretary-treasurer; and Patricia Gage, chaplain. Diana Negro and Mary Sievert were named co-chairmen of Alpha Gam’s Pork Barrel with Nina Weldy and Bonnie Meese heading the committee on Penny Carnival. Campus day arrangements will be in charge of Joyce Thorpe and Jackie Scranton with Treva Ewing acting as chairman of the committee on songfest dresses. A tea was held Sunday afternoon to introduce the pledge class to the alumni group. Helen Roberts was in charge. An exchange dinner will be held with Alpha Chi Omega tonight. Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta held open house Sunday to introduce the new housemother, Mrs. Ratsezberger. The Xi’s had a party with the Delts and will ha...
Newman, UCF Plan Sessions [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
Newman , UCF Plan Sessions The Newman club will hold its first group Holy Communion and breakfast at the 8:30 Mass, this Sunday, at St. Patrick’s church. All those who did not obtain tickets with their memberships can secure them in the religious office this week or at the door of the K of C hall Sunday. The Newman club’s second annual Pilgrims Prom will be held on Nov. 8, at the Aurora Inn, off Route 43 on Aurora Road. There will be dancing from 9 to 1, with the girls getting 2:30 permits for the affair. The dance will be semi-formal and tickets, going on sale today, will be $1.50 per couple. The Prom is open to all Catholics and their guests. Newmanites from Akron university and Dyke-Spencerian college in Cleveland are expected to attend the affair. This past weekend, Newman club sent 17 delegates to the Ohio Valley Province convention of Newman clubs held at Ohio State university. Each member took part in panels and workshops centering around the theme of “Unity, Sanction, and Ac...