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the PRESS box [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
the PRESS box There’s good news ahead. Kent State’s freshman gridders gave evidence of this when they came back in strong fashion the last half to defeat Akron 41-19 Wednesday night. Coaches Dick Kotis and Moose’ Paskert have some fine material. They have a couple of backs in Jack Rittichier and Joe Reed, who can really scamper. They should make next year’s varsity squad a faster one than this year’s. We also liked the quarterbacking of Ed Osnowitz, who settled down to play good ball after the first period. And remember the name Gino Gioia. You’ll be hearing more about him in years to come. He played a whale of a game as defensive Imebacker. While discussing the freshman game, we’d like to pay special tribute to three frosh coeds who we thought did an excellent job of leading cheers. The girls had never met each other until three hours before the game. They rehearsd several cheers and then went to the stadium. They showed more spirit and offered more encouragement to the players tha...
Sigma Nu’s Cop Honors [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
Sigma Nu’s Cop Honors Finals in fraternity intramural football found undefeated Sigma Nu copping another championship by blanking Delta Upsilon, previously unbeaten, 14-0. Several more Sigma Nu touchdowns were called back due to penalties. Sigma Nu now earns the right to play the independent leaders for the coveted all-University championship. Delta Upsilon, by virtue of the loss, ended up in the second slot. Once beaten Kappa Sigma captured third place by downing Phi Kappa Tau, 15-7, dropping the Phi Taus to fourth. Theta Kappa Phi pushed across an extra-point to edge out Delta Tau Delta for fifth place, 7-6. Seventh place was won by Alpha Phi Beta as they took the measure of Alpha Epsilon Pi, 15-7.
QUICK FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
QUICK FLASHES Wrestling Coach Joe Begala has requested all varsity wrestlers to report for practice Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. in the wrestling room in the M.P.E. building. Others interested in trying out for the team are welcome to attend. * * * This is the last call for independent volleyball teams and independent wrestlers. Entries must be in by 4 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17. Officials for volleyball are also needed. * * * Great Lakes sectional hockey tournament will be held at Lake Erie college in Painesville Nov. 15 and 16. College and club teams from Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and Pennsylvania will participate. Games will begin at 9:30 a.m. and continue throughout the day. Anyone interested in attending, see Miss Johnson of the H.P.E. department. Admission is free. * * * All freshmen interested in going out for the basketball team are reminded to attend the meeting today at 3:30 p.m. in the west balcony of the M.P.E. building.
Future Looks Rosy As Frosh Romp Over Akron [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
Future Looks Rosy As Frosh Romp Over Akron By Bill Bicksler There’s no doubt about it now. Kent State simply outclasses Akron U this year on the football field. Friday night KSU spilled Akron 34-14 in a hotly contested battle between the two varsities. And Wednesday night, the Kent freshman team romped over the revenge-minded Akron yearlings 41-19 in “Twirp Night” at Memorial stadium. Akron kicked off and Mike Kearns* returned the ball to his own thirtyfive yard line. The ball then changed hands several times. With four minutes remaining in the first quarter, Akron’s Ronnie Vargo caught a twenty yard pass in the end zone to score the first touchdown of the game. Jim Faughty’s conversion was good, making the score 7-0. The second quarter was about three minutes underway when Bob Beach of Kent State ran to the five and lateraled to Jack Ritticher who scored Kent’s first touchdown. Jack also kicked the point to tie it up 7-7. Two minutes later, Akron U. scored again but missed their ex...
Varsity Swimming Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
Varsity Swimming Schedule The 1952-53 varsity swimming schedule was announced last week by Athletic Director Trevor J. Rees. The schedule calls for 14 meets, with eight of those at home. Here is the schedule: December 13 Wittenberg—Here 2 p.m, January 10 Ohio Wesleyan—Here 2 p.m. January 14 Carnegie Tech —There 4 p.m. January 17 Baldwin-Wallace —There 2 p.m. January 21 Bowling Green —Here 3 p.m. January 24 Westminister —There 2:30 p.m. January 29 Wooster —Here 3 p.m. January 31 Fenn —Here 2 p.m. February 4 Slippery Rock —There 2:30 p.m. February 6 Cincinnati —There 7:30 p.m. February 7 Miami —There 2 p.m. February 11 Ohio U —Here 3 p.m. February 19 Oberlin —Here 3 p.m, February 25 Kenyon—Here 3 p.m.
Religious Organizations Plan Parties, Suppers [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
Religious Organizations Plan Parties, Suppers “Mathematical Odds” will be the topic of Professor John Kaiser’s address to United Christian Fellowship Sunday. The program, which begins at' 5:45 p.m. at the Congregational church, will include a cost supper, worship service, and entertainment. UCF choir will practice before the program. It will combine with the Congregational church adult choir to present a Christmas program Dec. 7. Congregational and Evangelical and Reformed students will meet in Columbus this weekend for a conference of the state United Student Fellowship. Tom Pexton is the state USF president. A monthly mixer is planned for Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the Congregational church. Betty Ann Schmid is program chairman. Wesley Foundation Mr. Edward H. Pake, associate professor of English, will teach the Sunday school class of Wesley foundation Sunday morning at 9:15 at the Wesley house. He will continue the series of lessons on “Four Portraits of Christ.” Sunday evening the ...
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
WKSU-FM FRIDAY, NOV. 14 11:57 Sign on 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 The Student’s View 12:45 US Marines Show 1:00 Musical Chats 2:00 Sign off 4:57 Sign on 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 8:45 Sign off SATURDAY, NOV. 15 1:14 Sign on 1:15 Warm Up Time 2:00 KSU vs New Hampshire 5:00 Sign off Berni Russi will wind up his program of “Pigskin Review and Preview” tonight at 7:30 on WKSU-FM with predictions of this week’s game and reviews of last week’s. In the predictions of the football games this year, Berni has been correct 85 per cent of the time.
ISA Plans Talent Show [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
ISA Plans Talent Show Independent Student association met last Monday in the Union. Barbara Prentice was elected to fulfill the vacancy left by Jeff Kraus, as treasurer. A plan to back the Boosters 100 per cent was voted upon and passed. The ISA will join as a group. ISA pledges discussed plans for a program for the actives. The program will consist of a talent show presenting the pledges. It will be given next Monday, Nov. 17.
Spanish Class Organizes Club [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
Spanish Class Organizes Club A new Spanish club has been organized by the Spanish workshop class. The first meeting of the club will be held Tuesday, Nov. 18, in 305 Kent hall. All Spanish students are urged to attend this first meeting. Elections of officers will highlight the meeting. The club will go Christmas caroling and will spend the next few meetings practicing the Spanish carols. Any Spanish student wishing to attend the caroling may attend the Spanish workshop class every Thursday at 2 p.m. according to Dr. Albert Pamies, advisor to the club.
Greeks Planning Dance; List Pledges, Pinnings [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
Greeks Planning Dance; List Pledges, Pinnings Delta Upsilon will hold activation services for the spring pledge class this Sunday. An exchange dinner was held with* Alpha Chi Omega Tuesday evening. Jim Tiffin was recently pinned to Marge Cain, Alpha Phi. Theta Kappa Phi Theta Kappa Phi will hold its fourth annual sweater hop at the Aurora Country club in Aurora on Saturday evening. At this dance the Theta Kappa Phi sweater queen will be chosen. The Alumni Board of Control held its bi-monthly meeting at the house on Sunday. Those alums present were: President Henry Eagans, Jim Keyes, Albert Rohaley, Dwight Strayer, Tom DiCole, and Emil Kernasovich. Alum Jerry Frazier is now stationed at James Connelly Air Force base in Waco, Texas, where he is beginning his pre-flight training. Chi Alpha The new pledges of Chi Alpha are: Paul Albert, Roger Cole, Don Day, Ken Gibney, Ken Pedlar, Ted Schrader, George Smith, Jon Snyder, Jim Turpin, and Dick Wolfarth. These pledges will serve their pledg...
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