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THE OTHER SIDE It’s My Business [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
THE OTHER SIDE It’s My Business By Tom Fitzpatrick This is pure nostalgia I know, but I can’t help longing for the days when we could all go to a football game and enjoy ourselves. As you well know, those days are now in the dim past. Mentioning them is probably nothing but the maudlin mental meanderings of a perrennial dissenter. Still, it was nice when we could watch the game and cheer when WE saw something cheerable and boo when WE saw something booable. An article appearing in the Stater this week decrying the lack of cheering at games worries me. I have never been a good fan. I find it inconsistent with my character to go into paroxysms of hate and despair at the wave of a cheer leader’s hand. Previously, I have been able to remain undetected. However, the realization that there is the ever watchful eye of the Stater’s sports editor roaming about the premises, ferreting out those who don’t cheer at moments he deems appropriate makes me feel rather insecure. As you will agree, a...
Gambling [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
Gambling Although gambling is considered wrong nobody would condemn the perennial election bet made in the heat of a preelection argument, but we can feel sorry for them. Some of the most devastating wagers were made with stakes other than money. A1 Metz was seen wearing a tin foil mask devouring a lollipop. Ed Cliney will have to cook supper for Prof. Dario Politella and his wife. It will be a ham dinner. There’s a question as to who is getting the better of that deal.
Kent Favored Over Akron U Tonight Akron Rubber Bowl Is Scene Of 19th Annual Struggle [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
Kent Favored Over Akron U Tonight Akron Rubber Bowl Is Scene Of 19th Annual Struggle By Bill Miller The Golden Flashes should win their fifth game of the season tonight without too much trouble when they hold their traditional get-together with Akron U in the Rubber Bowl. That is, on paper it looks like Kent' should win. The Zippers have had a rough time so far this season. They’ve won only two games. Earlier in the season they nipped Wittenberg and last week they brushed by Hiram. They’ve lost to West Virginia Tech, Findlay, Mount Union, Wooster and Baldwin-Wallace. Against common opponents, Kent has beaten Mount Union and lost to BW. Akron’s record is so poor, that Kent coach Trevor Rees has been guarding his boys all week againt over-confidence. And it’s not hard to see why Rees is worried: the Zips could very easily spring an upset. Akron’s record is misleading. Their losses to West Virginia Tech, Findlay and Mount Union were by the narrowest of margins—one point. In fact, the Z...
QUICK HASHES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
QUICK HASHES Tickets for the Kent State-Akron U football game at Akron tonight are on sale in the MPE building. Tickets are 75 cents apiece and may be purchased from Jack Urchek, ticket manager. * * * Fraternity volleyball and wrestling begins next Wednesday night. Any independents wishing to participate in these sports are asked to contact Vic Moore in the intra-mural office. * * * * In independent touch football last night the Hounds romped over the Big House Bombers 52-6. This is the second straight week the Hounds have scored over 50 points. In other games the Sloppy Seven downed the Newman club 19-12, in a close contest the Buckeye Bullets defeated the Industrial Arts club 14-13. In the only other game the Timoks won a forfeit victory over the Collegiates.
Cage Squad Lifts Lid [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
Cage Squad Lifts Lid By Joe Franko On December 5, the green grass and white strips of the football field will have vanished in favor of the hardwood and varnish of the basketball floor. For that Friday night will open the 1952-53 basketball season for the Golden Flashes. Miami’s rowdy Redskins, cochamps of the Mid-America Conference last season, will be the guest of the Golden Flashes on the spacious HPE building court. Miami played havoc with the Flashes’ record last season and coach Bud Haerr’s charges will be out to avenge a pair of lopsided defeats. Forming the core of the Golden courteers this season are returning lettermen Joe Alvado, 5-10, Jr., from North Tarrytown, N. Y.; Percy Grenfell, 5-9, Sr., from Cuyahoga Falls; Leo Kolk, 6-4, Jr., who played with Cleveland South; Lowell Shumaker, ' 6-2, Soph., of Leesville; Larry Grist, 6-2, Sr., from Lowellville, and Ronnie Foote, 6-0, Soph., from Newark. Grenfell and Grist will co-captain the 52-53 edition of the Flashes. Three retu...
the PRESS box [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
the PRESS box Why can’t Kent State acquire some of the top names in Ohio scholastic football? Time and again we have been asked the question, and we’re getting tired of trying to explain it to every individual who can’t see the light. Most everyone knows Kent State university is located in the heart of what is without a doubt the hottest scholasiic football area in the nation. Annually, brilliant football is turned out from such powerhouse schools in Massillon, Canton, Warren, Steubenville, Alliance, Akron, Cleveland, East Liverpool and Mansfield, to name only a few. All are located within a convenient distance from Kent. Why, then, can’t Kent State draw' some of the outstanding material? The answer is simple, but rather difficult to explain. It just is not the policy of the University to “hire” its players. By that, we mean a booster of the school does not approach a high school star and say, “You come to Kent State and we’ll see to it you’re taken care of for years to come. We’ll ...
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
WKSU-FM FRIDAY, NOV. 7 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 The Student’s View 12:45 U. S. Marine Show 1:00 Musical Chats 5:00 Stories and Stuff 5:30 Easy Listening 5:45 News and Sports 6:00 Dinner Hour 7:00 Cavalcade of Music 7:30 Pigskin Review and Preview 7:45 Concert Stage 8:00 A Trip Through Switzerland 8:15 Waltz Time 8:30 News 8:35 Evening Devotions
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
CORRECTION In yesterday’s fraternity football standings Alpha Epsilon Pi was shown with a 3-4 record. It is 2 wins and 3 defeats. » r rr? ▼ r'rrrrrT-TWi WHERE FRIENDS MEET TO EAT THE HOB-NOB Open 11 a.m.-ll p.m. MON.-THUR. FRI., SAT. &amp; SUN. till 12 Huge Menu Refreshing Drinks Kent-Ravenna Rd. WE DELIVER—CaII 7941 CJ YOU CANT ® BEAT ’EM. TRY A CHIPPED HAM SANDWICH NEXT TIME YOU’RE AT THE SHORT STOP DRIVE INN Just West of Kent
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
CLASSIFIED Boy, interested in earning extra money during off hours selling shoes on campus. Inquire at Gardner’s, Cuyahoga Falls, or by writing to us for information. 2146 Front Street. Phone WA 2416. Lost: Gray tackle box containing art equipment. Please contact Stan Zaborniak. Phone 7338. Lost: Black wallet containing important papers. Reward offered. Contact Joanne Aterhold at Kent 5563. For Entertaining Special Tea Cookies Fancy Party Cakes Dipped Pastie Petit Fours with Greek Letters Inquire At HAHN'S BAKERY 116 S. Water St. Phone 3618
Religious Groups Plan Dinners And Conventions [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
Religious Groups Plan Dinners And Conventions Sunday evening will be a very special one for the Wesley Foundation. Its members will be hosts to Methodist students from Oberlin and Mount Union colleges. Beginning at 6 p.m. with dinner, &lt; the evening will feature a service of worship led by KSU student Phil Lawson. Guest speaker will be James Lawson, national vice-president of the Methodist Youth Fellowship. Jim, a person in his stand against war, is nationally-known in Methodist figures. He is leaving the States soon to spend three years in India under the Mission board of the Methodist church. All interested Kent Staters are invited to join the Oberlin and Mount Union students in attending the affair and the Kent Methodist church. Edward H. Pake, professor of English at KSU, will be teacher of the Wesley Foundation Sunday School class for the rest of the quarter, continuing the series on “Four Portraits of Christ.” The class meets at the Wesley house from 9:15 to 10:15 Su...
Bible Lecture Series Begins [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
Bible Lecture Series Begins In the first of a series of lectures on “The Old Testament in the Stream of Western Thought,” Rabbi Salamon Faber of Warren, Ohio, introduced and defined the Hebrew Bible. He explained that “this would not be a course in Hebrew philosophy.” He also explained that the Old Testament has done much to influence Modern thinking. The main theme of his first lecture was an introduction to the course and an insight into the book of “Genesis.” The next lecture in this series will be Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 207 U.
Sig Delt And Phi Gam Announce 39 Pledges [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
Sig Delt And Phi Gam Announce 39 Pledges Eighteen men were installed as pledges in Sigma Delta fraternity after a banquet in the Robin Hood last Sunday. They are: Andrew Lokie, George Lokie, George Fletcher, and Con- rad Trigilio. Other pledges include: John Ho-' man, A1 Kilgore, Phil Moore, Vern Brangham, Glen Williams, Tom Packard, and Curt Backer. Bob McCoy, Bud Rosconer, Dan Savage, Duane Sanders, Chuck Ceszcicky, Dick Bauer, and Larry Dietreck complete the Sig Delt pledges. Wally Dennis was elected pledge master for the new pledge class. Chuck Price, Bob Riad, Jim Shilan, Bob Stobie, and Ed Valk. A pledge introduction was held with the Delta Gam’s last Monday evening. Phi Gamma Theta The Phi Gamma Theta fraternity recently pledged the following: Dick Baun, Scott Boggs, Tom Burnett, Keith Cline, Dave Columbus, Jim Erskine, Frank Felix, Bob Henry, Sonji Herzberg, and Bob Kell. Other pledges include: Jack Kearns, Gene Manostra, Lou Mariano, Frank Matulis, Steve Powell,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
■ m RHINE'S HjeiiT SUNDAY &amp; MONDAY Jeff Chandler Scott Brady in “YANKEE BUCCANEER” —and — Edmund Green in “BONZO GOES TO COLLEGE” NU Nu-K political party presents th efollowing slate of candidates for the November 11th elections. We feel that these candidates are capable, honest, and interested. Their names and qualifications are as follows: SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President—Ron Rice—Ron was elected president of the Freshman class at Kent and was also elected to Student council in both his sophomore and junior years. He is vice president of Delta Tau Delta and president of the Student Forensics League. Ron is also a member of Blue Key, Pi Kappa Delta, and served as co-chairman of the World Student Service drive. Ron has been listed in Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities for two years. Vice president—Bill Wise—Bill is president of Phi Kappa Tau, served on the Nu-K executive council, and was elected a King at a Baby All Gree kdance. Secretary—Yvonne Garick—Yvonne...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
The DAILY Kent Stater TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1952 VOL. XXIX, No. 25 Kent@Stater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin Managing Editor Bill Barrett Business Manager Bud Mays News Editor Jim Butler Copy Editor Tom Duke Feature Editor Bruce Limpus Society Editor Pat Boehmer Sports Editor Bill Miller Librarian Mary Ann Loftus Chief Photographer. . Sheldon Factor Reporters:—Marji Dick, Barb Davidson, Roy Berko, Marcia Hill, ( Jack Walas, Carol Levens, Joyce Schweinefus, Chuck Glass, Tom Wilcoxon, Scott Dorrance, Charlotte Frolo, Dave Horvath, Sandy Roads, Janet Harsh, Ann Fellouzis, Janet Mayhall. Asst. Business Mgr Jim Young . Adv. Mgr Cal Ratcliff Asst. Advertising Mgr..Dick Granger Edition Mgr Steve Turchik Circulation Manager.Carl Titgemeier The KENT STATER is published daily, Tuesday through Friday, during the regular school year and each Thursday during the summer sessions. It is suspended during the vacation periods. Entered as second class matter Oct. 11, 1927, at the Post Office at Kent, 0.,...
Vote Booths Open 9-4 For Election [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
Vote Booths Open 9-4 For Election Three voting booths will be open today from 9 until 4 to n accommodate student voters in the University elections. The booths will be divided alphabetically. A person must present as identity a driver’s license, birth certificate, draft card, or other similar items. Lists from the Registrar’s office will be used as the final check of class standing. Candidates for senior class president are: Bill Pike, BG; Ron Rice, Nu-K; and Sam Cheraso, UI. Running for vice-president are Neil Milford, BG; Bill Wise, Nu-K; and Jean Fenton, UI. Junior candidates for the executive post are Marcia Hill, BG; Herb Ryan, Nu-K; and Glen Groh, UI. Arlene Duricky, BG; Bill Eck, Nu-K; and Ruth Ann Brown, UI; aspire for , the post of junior vice-president. Sophomore presidential hopefuls include Bob Smith, BG; Robert Lape, Nu-K; Gene Kotouch, UI; r 'and George Fletcher, Ind. Vicepresidential candidates are Susan Farley, BG; and George Petticord, UI. Hoping to be the choice to...
Armistice Day Plans Set By ROTC Groups [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
Armistice Day Plans Set By ROTC Groups Brief Armistice day ceremonies will be observed today at 12 noon on the Commons when the massed units of the Army and Air ROTC units will form during Corp Hour to receive awards and hear an address by President George A. Bowman. President Bowman will give streamers designating the two units which won the President’s award during the drill competitions in the spring. The Corp Adjutant will announce the awards and they will be presented by Bowman. Following the talk by the President, the units will be turned over to their respective commanders for drill.