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79 Petitions OK’d For Nov. 11 Voting [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

79 Petitions OK’d For Nov. 11 Voting By Carol Levens Petitions for class officers and candidates for student council offices have been accepted by the Election committee. In the freshman class, candidates' for president are Joe Franko, NuK; Paul Thomas Mourey, Ind.; Ed Osnowitz, BG; and Jack Ware, UI. Richard Baun; NuK; Loy Booker, Ind; Dorothy Harvey, UI; and Tony Rocco, BG; are running for the office of vice-president. Candidates for secretary of the freshman class are Barbara Baldwin, BG; Carol Hampton, NuK; and Angela Stephenson, UI. Running for the office of treasurer are Gary Jones, BG; John Kavinsky, UI; and Mike Silver, NuK. Sally Andrus, NuK; Diane Bacon, BG; Tom Corea, BG; Doris DeCenso, NuK; Stuart Giller, Ind; Dick Gordon, BG; and Selby Hoff, BG; are running for student council. Others who are candidates for the student council office are Dominic M. LaLaumia, NuK; JoAnn Letohoa, UI; Hal Morgan, NuK; Joyce Todd, UI; Gerald Walsh, UI; and Carole Woods, UI. Women’s League c...

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
MU Schedules Toppers' Dance [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

MU Schedules Toppers' Dance If you’re tall timber and are tired of the trying days of election, tonight is the occasion to relax at the Topper’s dance in the Union ballroom from 8 to 10 p.m. Sponsored by Men’s union, the Topper’s dance is designed for men and women of above average height. Women must be 5 feet, 7 inches tall, while men have to go above the 5 foot, 10 inch mark. That height and 25 cents are all that’s required to attend the recordplaying dance.

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Delta Gams, Alpha Xi Tangle In Puff Bowl [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

Delta Gams, Alpha Xi Tangle In Puff Bowl ‘ A battle for a convincing victory will be waged tonight in Memorial stadium when the Delta Gamma “Hannahs” will meet the Alpha Xi Delta “Kastle Kids” in the Second Annual Powder Puff Bowl Game at 7 p.m. Tickets for the game may be tained from any Delt, DU, Delta Gam or Alpha Xi. Tickets may be purchased tonight at the game, as well. The donation for the game is 25c and the proceeds will go to the Portage County Tuberculosis Association in accordance with their pre-Christmas fund drive. The coaches for the game are composed of Delts, for the Delta Gams, and DUs, for the Alpha Xis. The DG coaches are Tom Anderson, [Ed Smatt, and Bill Sitler. The Xi coaches are Jack Gallagher, Bob Voelker and Regis Mooney. Both of the coaching staffs say their teams are in top shape. J Half-time entertainment will be ! presented by the Delts and DUs. . Bands that try to put the Kent { twin bands to shame will display their wares. I A Powder Puff Bowl king will...

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
No Quorum; No Council; No Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

No Quorum; No Council; No Meeting By Joe Durbin Lacking a quorum, Student council failed to meet yesterday afternoon but President Bill Berzinec immediately called a special meeting for noon today. Today Council will be asked to determine the eligibility of Ron Rice to run for Senior Class president. According to Rice, who appeared at yesterday’s meeting and will appear again today, the registrar’s office has classified him as a junior. He has a total of 141 hours, three short snp3}s joiuos joj poambaj axp. jo in LA. Rice contends that he will graduate with his class in June and will not have to carry an excessive number of hours to do so. He claims, “This is a minor technicality and I consider myself a senior in every way.” Regarding the failure of Council to meet officially, there were only 11 members present and a total of 13 is necessary for a quorum. Of the six missing members, only four turned in written explanations for their absences which is considered an excuse. Council me...

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Blood Blanks Now Available [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

Blood Blanks Now Available Application forms for donating blood to the Red Cross Bloodmobile are now available in the STATER office, the main checkroom in the Union, and at a table in the Atrium. These applications must be filled out and returned to the Booster Booth on Nov. 17, 18, or 19. Students under 21 must obtain their parents consent to give blood. The unit will be here on Nov. 24 by which time the donor schedule will be set up.

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
GRAMMAR TESTS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

GRAMMAR TESTS Grammar tests for college of education sophomores majoring or minoring in English or enrolled in certain elementary curricula will be given tomorrow at 4 p.m. in 317 McG. Students making a C or better on this test may be exempted from English 262.

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Cleanup Set By Sheriff [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

Cleanup Set By Sheriff Robert Stockdale, newly elected sheriff of Portage county and assistant professor in the KSU speech department, stated today that while in office he plans to correct the attitude held by most citizens that the sheriff’s office is beyond improvement. Stockdale is convinced that the biggest threat to the American way of life is the apathy and the “let John do it” attitude that has arisen in relation to civic responsibilities. He feels that the sheriff’s office which is responsible for the peace of mind and safety of the citizens, has degenerated into an office that is not looked upon as an office of integrity and justice. He particularly hopes to correct the feeling among young people that keeping out of trouble in regard to who you know is a prime factor in law breaking. Stockdale will take office in January.

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
EDITORIAL A Great Day [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

EDITORIAL A Great Day Wednesday was a great day for the Kent Stater. We “scooped” the entire state of Ohio with the 6 a.m. election totals, a nearly complete summation of the climax to the most ferocious political campaign ever waged in America. It isn’t often that any newspaper can claim a “beat” on its competitors. It is far less often that a college newspaper goes to such lengths to serve its community. Only through the concentrated effort of many students and faculty members, was the Stater able to provide its readers with the news story of the year—before anyone else. Several staff members spent a sleepless Tuesday night in order to compile and write the front page articles and up-to-the-minute election reports. The faculty of the University’s journalism department devoted a great deal of time and energy to the project which gave a first hand production lesson to the budding journalists. In addition, the cooperation given abundantly by the Dean of Women, Mrs. Swanson, and the K...

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Night Of Chaos [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

Night Of Chaos By Bruce Limpus Tuesday I spent the night in the press room connecting with the Board of Elections in the Portage county courthouse. The room was the alternating scene of smashed hopes and ecstatic jubilance amid an almost insane confusion. A friend and myself were hired by the Ravenna Evening Record to report the election returns to various wire services. The night’s work provided us with a wonderful opportunity to sit in on America’s greatest drama. When we arrived the crew of WKSU was setting up its equipment to broadcast the results as they came in, and reporters from the Akron Beacon Journal were establishing a base of operations to cover that phase of the elections thoroughly. It was a long while before any returns came in at all, but at about nine o’clock they began to dribble in slowly, I was in the elections office when the phone rang, and a harried man carrying a pile of papers answered it. I heard him say, “You say you want to know who won the election? You...

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Packets Of Peace Needy [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

Packets Of Peace Needy Can little children like the one pictured above be held to blame for a war? Can we, here in the U.S.A., warm and dry, go complacently on our way this winter while orphans of war-torn countries spend Thanksgiving and Christmas shivering in the corners of drafty buildings, or even on the streets, cold and homeless ? World Community Day, Nov. 7, offers a partial remedy to this condition. To celebrate this day, everyone is asked to donate a Packet of Peace to help the destitute children of the world. Packets, large or small, should be composed of used clothing, in good condition, for children up to six years of age. Such articles as sweaters, dresses, pants, coats and blouses are needed most. A service commemorating World Community Day, will be held at the Kent Christ Episcopal church Nov. 7, at 2 p.m The program is in charge of the Council of Church Women of Kent. Mrs. Troygve Hoff, Methodist laywoman of Cleveland, will be the principal speaker. The Packets of Pe...

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
BRIEF SKETCHES OF HEAD RESIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

BRIEF SKETCHES OF HEAD RESIDENTS By Scott Dorance The four dormitories at KSU, Lowry, Moulton, Engleman, and Stopher, are being presided over by four very capable people this year. So that the students may learn something more about their head residents, we are presenting a short sketch on each. Lowry hall’s head resident this* year is Mrs. Ethel M. Russell, who has been here at KSU for eight years. She is a graduate of Kansas university and served as Director of Religious Education at Westport church in Kansas City, Mo., for twenty-six years. From Kansas City, Mrs. Russell went to Wooster, Ohio during the war years and was director of Douglas hall there. Then at a meeting in Syracuse, New York, in 1944, she accepted an invitation to come to Kent and serve as head resident at Lowry hall. Mrs. Eleanor H. Lallance, the head resident at Moulton hall also came to Kent eight years ago. She is a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan university and was active in Chi Omega sorority there. Mrs. Lallance...

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Long Win Skeins Story Of Akron-KSU Series [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

Long Win Skeins Story Of Akron-KSU Series The Golden Flashes will be trying for their eighth straight win over Akron U tomorrow night when they clash with the Zips at the Rubber Bowl. It will be THE game of the year for both teams. It’ll be the game they’ve both been pointing for all year. If any game on either team’s schedule can be called a traditional rivalry, this is it. It all began back in 1923 when" Akron won 32-0. The Zips won four more in a row after that, and it wasn’t until 1932 that Kent even came close to victory. That year they managed a 0-0 deadlock. After that, the Zips embarked on another long victory string. For six straight years they came out on the long end of the score. This gave Akron 10 wins and a tie in the first 11 outings. Either the Flashes got sick and tired of it all, or else the law of averages caught up with them—but anyway, something happened in 1942. Kent won its first game of the series 23-6. And since then, there’s been no stopping the Flashes. Th...

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
QUICK FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

QUICK FLASHES Joe Begala, KSU wrestling coach, recently was appointed to the legislative committee of the American Wrestling and Coaches and Officials association. The legislative committee of the A.W.C.O.A. has three members. Begala represents the Four-I area, of which Kent is a member. * * * In fraternity football last night Sigma Nu won the right to play the winner of the DU, Kappa Sigma game next Monday for the fraternity championship. Sigma Nu defeated Phi Gamma Theta 15-2. In the only other game Phi Kappa Tau captured second place in league II by beating Delta Tau Delta 25-19 in a thriller. The other four games scheduled for last night were cancelled and will be played Monday night. Tickets for the Kent State-Akron football game in Akron Friday night are on sale in the MPE building. Tickets are 75 cents apiece and may be purchased from Jack Urchek. * * * Fraternity volleyball and wrestling begins next Wednesday night. Any independents wishing to participate in these sports are...

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Final Loop Standings [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

Final Loop Standings The fraternity touch football league draws to a close next Monday night. Sigma Nu has wrapped up the title in league 11. The winner of the Delta Upsilon, Kappa Sigma Monday night will determine the winner of league I. The winner plus Sigma Nu will vie for the championship next week. Here are the standings: League I W L Delta Upsilon 4 0 Kappa Sigma 4 0 Theta Kappa Phi 3 3 Alpha Epsilon Pi 3 4 Chi Alpha 0 4 Phi Sigma Kappa 0 4 League II Sigma Nu 6 0 Phi Kappa Tau 5 1 Delta Tau Delta 4 3 Alpha Phi Beta 3 3 Phi Gamma Theta 1 5 Sigma Delta 1 4 Phi Beta Phi 0 5

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Frosh Bud Porter Earns Job As No. 1 Offensive Center [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

Frosh Bud Porter Earns Job As No. 1 Offensive Center One of the changes in the starting lineup since the beginning of the’ season is the offensive center berth. Taking over that key position is Bud Porter, a freshman from Mount Sterling, Ohio. Bud played three years as a tackle in high school. He enrolled at KSU the spring quarter so that he could be eligible for this year’s team. Bud stands 6 foot-two and weighs 200 pounds. Coach Trevor Rees says that, “Bud has been working well at center in our split T offense and has plenty of desire to play the sport.” Bud is one of seven freshmen on this year’s varsity. Others are John Todd, a punter; Tony Rocco, defensive halfback; Major Harris, offensive guard; and Ken Redlin, Ed Kilbane, and John Tekesky ends. With this nucleus Coach Rees should have some good teams in the future.

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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Source: Kent State University
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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952
Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

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Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Rushing Climaxed; 308 Men Pledge [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

Rushing Climaxed; 308 Men Pledge At last Tuesday’s pledge meeting of Alpha Epsilon Pi the’ following officers were chosen by the pledge class —Howard Brower, president; Fred Soble, vice president; Lee Pressman, secretary; Sheldon Landau, treasurer. Other pledges are: Burt Margolis/ Stan Koslin, Bill Bloch, Fred Soble, Gerald Herman, A1 Rosin, Herman Rosen. Harvey Garrison, Ronald Lewi, Larry Tarlitz, Mickey Baker, A1 Leiken, Manny Barrenholtz, Lenny Hoffman, and Neil Myer complete AEPi’s pledge list. Mrs. Tilden the new house mother will assume her duties early next week. “Education week” for pledges Pete Weinberger and Harold Finerman will be held in two weeks. The brothers running for political offices include: A1 Korman, senior class vice-president, and A1 Rosin, freshman Men’s union. Delta Tau Delta Pledgemaster Bud Mays will have a lot of trouble on his hands with 35 new pledges at the shelter. The new pledges are Don Barry, Wayne Border, Bob Brand, Lester Brakowieki, Don Brode...

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Military Group Smoker Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952

Military Group Smoker Tonight The Scabbard and Blade Military Honorary society is holding a smoker tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the military science building. Since this is the first year that the organization is taking applications of first advanced cadets, all first advanced cadets who are interested in Scabbard and Blade are urged to attend. Only Army ROTC cadets in the upper two divisions (Ist and 2nd advanced) are eligible for membership. Cadet Major Tate, pledge captain, and his committee were in charge of planning the program for the evening.

Publication Title: Daily Kent Stater
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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