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Faridi Talks On Pakistan [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Faridi Talks On Pakistan Sharafuddin Ahmad Faridi, a native of New Delhi, India, will speak on problems confronting his country since its division into India and Pakistan, at 1 p.m. Tuesday, November 25, in the KSU Union. Faridi fled his home in 1947 when the Government of India took measures against his work for the Muslim League. He began studying law at the University of Karchi, where he is now earning his degree, i The young Pakistan student is currently lecturing throughout the United States under the sponsorship of World Student Service Fund. His program, which is open to the public without charge will be sponj sored by the Assembly committee, i the Religious committee, and the In--1 j ternational Relations club.
Night Notes [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Night Notes Rabbi Faber will continue his series of lectures on the Old Testament from 7:30 to 10 p.m. tonight in 207 Union. * # * The Mid-Week Hop will be held in Wills gym from 8 to 10 p.m. Jimmy Riggs and his orchestra will play for dancing. Steady hoppers are reminded that the dance will be held at the new location and not, as in the past, in the Union ballroom.
Education Program Today; Guest Speaker To Appear [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Education Program Today; Guest Speaker To Appear BULLETIN Just as the Stater was going to press, word was received from Mr. Harold Vincent cancelling his appearances here today due to an unexpected change in plans. Dean R. I. White of the college of education therefore announced that the assembly scheduled for this morning and the coffee hour this afternoon were cancelled. Dr. Harold Fawcett, acting dean of the OSU college of education has consented to speak in Mr. Vincent’s place at the evening meeting. College of Education day will be celebrated today beginning with an assembly in the auditorium at 10 a.m. This day is sponsored jointly by the College of Education and Kappa Delta Pi, honorary fraternity. Harold Vincent, superintendent oP schools in Milwaukee, will speak on “The Profession of Teaching” at the morning assembly. All education classes will be excused at this time to enable the students to hear his talk. Another visiting speaker who was to be featured, Lawrence Derthick...
EDITORIAL Not Too Bad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
EDITORIAL Not Too Bad The percentages show it wasn’t too bad a season, after all. Of course, a .556 percentage of victories in nine football games isn t the greatest its ever been, but five wins are acceptable in any league. How many more victories could have been counted in the “plus” column with one “lucky break” or “better deal,” is a hard tlyng to say. Undoubtedly more than one play and decision will keep discussions warm during the off season. But poor decisions and lucky breaks were probably not the only things that cost the Golden Flashes a more impressive record. The school spirit behind the team, the lack of it, that is, undoubtedly was a contributing factor to the mediocre showing. The terrible cooperation illustrated by the student body at “pep” rallies and cheers has been belabored time and time again. As long as daytime students and disinterested draft exemptions continue to over-run this campus the situation will continue to exist. The football season is now over. The ...
Joke Review [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Joke Review An announcer on a Gainesville, Fla. radio station gave the following commercial: “Ladies who care to drive by and drop off their clothes will receive prompt and individual attention.” * * # Senator McCarthy discovered there’s red in the American flag and is starting an investigation of Betsy Ross. ... U. of Toledo * * * Said to have happened at a recent sorority meeting. One of the gals showed up with a new engagement ring on her finger. To her disgust none of the other girls noticed it, despite all her squirming and gesticulation. In desperation she finally proclaimed, “Good grief, it’s stifling in here. Guess I’ll take off my ring.” . . . .Fenn College •K" Funeral Director (to aged mourner): “How old are you?” “I’ll be ninety-eight next month.” “Hardly worth going home, is it?” . , . Bowling Green U. * * * When she ran into a former suitor at a party, she decided to snub him. “So sorry,” she murmured, after the hostess introduced them, “but I didn’t get your name.” “I ...
'Animal Room' Features Mice, Rabbits, Hamsters [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
'Animal Room' Features Mice , Rabbits, Hamsters By Joy Schwienefus A few weeks ago I heard about a place called the “Animal Room.” It sounded interesting and I decided to investigate. But being a rather lazy person, it took me two weeks to get around to it. Finally I got on the trail. For the first time, I entered McGilvrey hall. I wandered through the halls for* hours looking for “Animal Room” and couldn’t find it. “Pardon me, but could you tell me where the Animal Room is?” “What?” “The . . . never mind.” I didn’t like the look on her face. I wandered on. Spying an intelligent looking young man I inquired, “could you tell me where the animal room is?” “Yes. Go down this hall, turn left, go straight ’till you come to the stairs, go down two flights, turn right, go straight, turn right at the end of the hall and it’s the door on the left inside the left door.” Fifteen minutes and five people later, I found the animal room. I could hear strange sounds and smell strange odors but I co...
Views And Reviews [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Views And Reviews By Tom Fitzpatrick The news from all fronts has been of the “not so peachy” variety of late. There is a persistent and all too nasty rumor leaping the rounds that the forces of righteousness and stagnation are going to close the Big House. The University Police are closely guarding the rear end of Engleman hall. On top of all the bad news we are constantly being subjected to a whole raft of information we either didn’t want or didn’t care about anyway. High up on the list of the “we didn’t care anyway dept.”, I would rate the information posted by a Baltimore Bacteriologist that “kissing is safe from a health point of view.” Now let’s be almost honest with each other. Think back on the last time you became locked in deadly embrace with some petite young thing. Were you thinking about germ counts ? Jf you were, well . . . well, then all I can say is, well. As if all this weren’t enough, I was given quite a few uneasy moments in front of my television set last Sunday...
Editors’ Convo Hears Powers [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Editors’ Convo Hears Powers Reporting to an Associated Press convention in Boston, Murray Powers, managing editor of the Akron Beacon Journal and for over 15 years parttime instructor in journalism at KSU, cited the news association for its handling of the recent national elections. He, however, scored the AP for the way in which several of its member papers failed to recognize the news value of the Nixon “fund” story when it first broke and urged further inquiry on it. Powers, chairman of the AP campaign and election study committee, said, “There were some rough edges in election coverages but the AP did a generally superb job.” Speaking on political surveys conducted in September and October, Powers said his committee was opposed to them as a risk to the AP.
Bud Haerr Begins 2nd Year As Cage Mentor [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Bud Haerr Begins 2nd Year As Cage Mentor By Bud Ovington If past records of the coaching personnel can be used as a criteron to predict success, the 1952 edition of the Golden Flashes will have their share of wins. Quiet, business-like Clarence R. “Bud” Haerr will begin his second year at the helm of Kent’s basketball team. After a not too impressive 14-10 record last year, Haerr’s charges will be looking for a better season. Haerr directed the frosh cage and grid teams at K.S.U. in 1948-49, and is widely known for his ability to get the most from his material. In his two years as freshman coach, “Bud’s” teams won 26 and lost only four. Last year was his poorest season. In his college career at BaldwinWallace, “Bud” starred in basketball, football and baseball. He quarterbacked “Yellow Jacket” elevens from “34” to “36” which dropped only three games. After leaving B-W in 1937, Haerr became football and basketball coach at Berea high school. In “38” he returned to his alma mater, Spr...
Cullom Finishes Third In MA Rushing Race [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Cullom Finishes Third In MA Rushing Race Miami and Cincinnati, who will square off for the Mid-American conference championship for the fifth straight year Thanksgiving day, continued to dominate all-game statistics for conference teams this week. The Redskins, leading the loop with a 4-0 record, are first in team offense and defense. Cincinnati is second in offense and third in de- fense. Miami’s Tom Pagna is hogging the individual show. He leads in rushing with 956 net yards and in scoring with 78 points. Jim Cullom continued to be the only Kent State gridder in the upper brackets of conference statistics. Cullom, with no more games to play in, finished third in rushing with 822 net yards gained. Dick Pitts gained 359 yards to finish eighth in the rushing race. Frank Artino, KSU quarterback, ended eighth in passing. He threw 97 aerials and completed 39 for a .402 average. The Golden Flashes wound up third in team offense and seventh (next to the cellar) in team defense.
Golden Flash Cage Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Golden Flash Cage Schedule Here is the 1952-53 Kent State basketball schedule. Friday, December s—Miami ..Here Wednesday, December 10 —John Carroll There Friday, December 12—Cincinnati Here Saturday, December 13—Ohio U There Tuesday, December 16—Wooster There Saturday, December 20—Western Michigan There Monday, January s—Ohio U ..Here Tuesday, January 6—Western Reserve .There Saturday, January 10—Toledo .Here Tuesday, January 13 —Youngstown -.Here Saturday, January 17—Wittenberg There Wednesday, January 21—Akron There Saturday, January 24 —Baldwin-Wallace .There Tuesday, January 27 —Toledo There Saturday, January 31 —Western Reserve ..Here Thursday, February s—Western Michigan ..Here Saturday, February 7—Bowling Green There Tuesday, February 10—-Akron .Here Thursday, February 12—Mount Union ..Here Saturday, February 14—Ohio Wesleyan ..Here Friday, February 20 —Cincinnati T ....There Saturday, February 21—Miami There
FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
FLASHES In the playoffs to determine the independent football champion the Buckeye Bullets beat the Temoks 20-7. In the other semifinal game Twin Lakes defeated the Hounds 6-0. The two winners will clash to see who will play Sigma Nu for the all-university championship. In the final games of the fraternity playoffs Phi Gamma Theta won over Phi Sigma Kappa 14-6 and Sigma Delta forfeited to Chi Alpha. * * * There will be a meeting of all freshman men interested in trying out for the frosh swim team Thursday at 4 p.m. in 171 MPE building.
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Sorority Members Pledge Honoraries, Hold Parties [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Sorority Members Pledge Honoraries, Hold Parties Alpha Gamma Delta held activation services Sunday evening for Marianne Kaley, Bonnie Meese, Anne Morrow, and Norma Hunter. A social hour and an informal tea followed the activation services. Mary Sievert became engaged to* Allan Schramm over the weekend. Diana Negro was pledged to Psi Lambda Omicron, home economics honorary, last Friday afternoon. Carol Nixon was pledged to Tau Beta Sigma, women’s band honorary. The Alpha Gams held a “County Fair” party with Sigma Delta fraternity last evening at the Alpha Gam house. Alum Marge Boni Hampton spoke to a combined active-pledge meeting Monday evening. The topic of her speech was “Joys of Living in a Sorority House.” Shirley Moore has been appointed co-chairman for Campus day. Pat Boehmer and Treva Ewing will be in charge of Campus day songfest dresses. Bonnie Meese and Nancy Slater will be Kappa Sigma Nu queen candidates. Alum Lois Overturf was a visitor to the house Monday. Alpha Chi Ome...