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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 1 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1952 KentQStater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin Managing Editor Bill Barrett Business Manager Bud Mays News Editor Jim Butler Copy Editor Julia Yeagley Feature Editor Jim Witzberger Assistant Joe Durbin Society Editors Pat Boehmer Sports Editor. .... .Jim Witzberger Assistant Joe Durbin Reporters Dave Horvath, Joan Osborne, Ed Cliney, Marjorie Dick Librarian Mary Ann Loftus Asst. Business Mgr Jim Young Advertising Manager. .. Cal Ratcliffe Asst. Advertising Mgr..Dick Granger Edition Manager Bud Murray 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., under the act of 1879. Printed by Commercial Press, Inc., 115 S. Depeyster St., Kent, O. Subscription price $2 a year. Editorial and business offic...
Improvements Give KSU 'New Look' [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
Improvements Give KSU 'New Look ' Nearly $75,000 has been spent this year to improve and beautify KSU’s campus, according to Emil Berg, University business manager. Many projects were completed this summer while some are still under way. One important job being done is* the beautification of the Mall behind Merrill hall. Because it is the geographical center of the campus and is in the path to the Student Union building, the Mall is the most heavily traveled area on the campus. Sidewalks, shrubbery and stone benches are being installed in the area. Some of the money for this project has been given by past senior classes. The fountain already there was donated by the class of ’4B. Money for the stone benches was given by the class of ’49 and the class of ’5O left the money being used for the shrubbery. The area behind Kent hall is also to be graded and the roadway will be paved. This will eliminate a serious dust problem. The faculty parking area will be increased from 40 to 50 cars....
Council To Air Constitution [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
Council To Air Constitution ' The new constitution of Student council will be presented for approval at the first meeting of council tomorrrow. The faculty has already approved the constitution and the student body will vote on it in the fall election. Written through the combined efforts of President Bill Berzinec and Lenny Goldstein, the constitution is expected to go into effect spring quarter.
Must Register License Plates [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
Must Register License Plates According to University traffic regulations, “Student drivers are required to register current plate numbers on any vehicle they may drive into Kent.” Drivers registering these plate numbers can avoid a $2.00 late registration fee which is incurred when identification has to be made through state capitals. Police Chief Earl B. Coleman stated today that the police office, located in the east Wills gymnasium corridor, is open 24 hours a day. Students are also reminded that they should park in the three student lots from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each school day. These lots are behind Moulton hall, at the east end of Terrace drive, and across from the MPE building.
1,300 Frosh Register; Enrollment Nears 5,000 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
1,300 Frosh Register; Enrollment Nears 5,000 by Ed Cliney Thrown for a loss by the Korean war and the low birth rate of the early depression year this fall’s enrollment is expected to equal last year’s post-war low of 5000 students and then climb in the next few years. An encouraging factor in the enrollment picture, Dr. C. E. Atkinosn, university registrar, said, is the marked increase in freshman registration over last year. Through Saturday 1,289 had registered, and Atkinson predicted the figure would rise to over 1,350. ► This total would give a 200 student increase over the fall 1951 freshman class. Of the 1,289 freshmen registered to date 736 are male students, including 100 Korean veterans, and 444 women. Total registration through Saturday for the entire university is 4,100 with a predicted 400 to complete registration this week. Included in Atkinson’s predicted total of 5,000 students are night and part-time students who will begin registration today. Although 100 Korean ve...
TAKE ONE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
TAKE ONE Activity Fee Makes Stater Burr, Sports Free For the benefit of freshmen and new students at Kent State university the Stater is publishing this explanation of the activity fee and how it works. Each student pays $5.75 per quarter which is payment for the Stater, which Comes out four times a week, the Chestnut Burr, the student yearbook, all University theatre plays, concerts, athletic events and lectures.
Top Stater Jobs Filled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
Top Stater Jobs Filled With its first issue the Daily Kent Stater announces a tentative staff for the coming quarter. Comprised of upperclassmen the key positions are being filled by the following people. Editor-in-chief, A1 Pashin; managing editor, Bill Barrett; news editors, Ernie Mazza, Julia Yeagley, Jim Butler, and Ed Cliney; copy' editors, Flo Lou Lawrence, Julia Yeagley, Tom Duke, and Joe Durbin; feature editors, Larry Carpenter, Tom Fitzpatrick, Bruce Limpus, and Janet deNobel; sports editor Jim Witzberger; society coeditors, Pat Boehmer and Flo Lou Lawrence, Editor Pashin graduated from Cleveland Heights high school where he was on the staff of the Black and Gold. He also edited the Nortern Review at Ohio Northern. Bill Barrett, managing editor, is a graduate of Ursuline high school in Youngstown, where he was editor of the Ursuline News. He has been a member of the Stater staff for two yars.
Fulbright Info Available Now [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
Fulbright Info Available Now Information concerning the Fulbright Awards may be obtained from Prof. Alfred A. Skerpan, history department. Professor Skerpan is the campus Fulbright adviser. He can be contacted at his office in 104 Merrill from 8:30 to 10 a.m. daily. Students interested in such graduate work should apply by October 31. However, since they can be considered on a state as well as on a nation-wide basis, interested persons should apply before Oct. 15 through local representatives.
New ROTC Course Set [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
New ROTC Course Set Kent State ROTC men will have a wider selection of their branch of the service upon commission as a result of the new schedule to be put in effect this year, according to Lt. Col. Frank C. Mandell, head of Military Science and Tactics. The change in program will affect men in the first three years of the Army ROTC including 200 freshmen enrollees, the largest group to enter the Kent unit since its inception in 1947. According to Lieutenant Colonel Mandell, the new General Military Science course will offer all undergraduates the same kind of broad training. This will give them the necessary background needed to qualify as officers and allow them to specialize after they leave college. The course will include a more thorough study of the military history of the United States and less emphasis on technical infantry courses. In addition, all branches of the army will be studied. Three other schools in the Second Army area, Toledo, West Virginia, and Georgetown, are ...
Burr, Stater Staffs Meet [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
Burr, Stater Staffs Meet Two meetings scheduled for today will be of importance to anyone interested in working for either the Chestnut Burr, student yearbook or the Daily Kent Stater. A meeting of prospective yearbook staff members will be held at 4 p.m. today in 102 Merrill hall, according to Ron Moscati, editor of the Chestnut Burr. The Kent Stater staff will hold a meeting at 3 p.m. in the Stater office. The Stater is open to anyone interested in newspaper work, regardless of his major. They have openings for writers, secretaries, librarians and photographers.
WORLD SERIES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
WORLD SERIES Baseball fans about the University may watch the World Series on one of the several television screens on campus. The sets are located in the Student union and in the dormitories. For those who are unable to watch the Stater will run line scores in each issue during the the series.
EDITORIALS Glad To See Ya! [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
EDITORIALS Glad To See Ya! At least once each quarter, the editor of this paper has the opportunity to perform a very popular and pleasant task. The welcoming of new students to Kent State university is one operation that has no opposition. It’s difficult, though, to say “hello,” talk about your student newspaper and convince you that KSU is about the finest place on earth —all in one editorial. Let it suffice to say whether you are a freshman, beginning your college career, or an upperclassman who has already been exposed to “higher” education, that you can chart your own course at Kent. No doubt, you have been subjected to long sermons of “do’s and do not’s at school.” Nobody knows better than you how many of those mandates will be ignored. Students who participated in the “panty raids” and “cribbing scandals” last year illustrate the dark side of the campus picture. Hollywood doesn’t stick too closely to the truth, either. You, and you alone can write the script. At Kent, there a...
New Blood, New Vigor [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
New Blood, New Vigor The usual bustling activity of Freshman week has ushered in another school year and with it a new and revised Stater staff. Though the staff is new the policies and objectives will remain basicly the same. According to our “bible,” the Standard Operating Procedure for Student Publications, the primary aim of the Daily Kent Stater “shall be a newspaper which meets with the best possible standards of journalism,” and its functions shall be “to collect, write, edit, publish, and distribute the news of the University.” We intend to use every means to follow closely the objectives set forth in the SOP. “Integrity Without Compromise” will continue as our motto. Reporting the news with favor to none and fairness to all is our aim. Other editors have had their troubles. We will have ours. To get by without tramping on someone’s toes would be wholly admirable and nothing short of a wonder. As embryonic newspapermen we feel it is our duty to be as objective as possible un...
SPILT COFFEE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
SPILT COFFEE by the Hub-Cats Keeping in mind that a “dirt colyum” has no place in a college paper, this will be a college colyum in a paper. Inspired by the slogan made famous by Scripps-Howard newspapers, ‘Give the people light and let them find their own way,” we have chosen to operate under the principle, “Give the people a cigarette and let them find their own light.” * * * * Throughout the year this colyum will praise various campus personages in a “Hat’s Off Department,” but for this first publication, remembering the freshmen, it will be “Dinks Off.” And those same freshmen are the objects of our first bit of praise. They came, they saw and they conquered . . . the upperclassmen. More than that they have fallen into step with the rest of the KSUits and have learned to sit with the best of us in the Hub and the Brady. The main cog in the machinery which has made Freshmen Week so easy for the newcomers has been Dr. Loren S. Hadley, director of student advisor. Frosh, this man h...
Nixon Bares Facts ... Or Does He ? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
Nixon Bares Facts ... Or Does He ? By Tom Fitzpatrick (Opinions expressed in this column are not necessarily those of the Stater. An article expressing a different view will be published at a later date.) The millions of us who watched the Nixon melodrama via television last week were treated to many irrelevant bits of information about the man who may be our next vice-president. We learned of the early financial struggles of his parents; his own personal struggle to get through school and the trials of separation he and his attractive wife (who is also an expert secretary) had to endure through the war. The Senator was courageous enough to tell us of his wife’s Irish ancestry and his children’s beloved puppy dog. Just when we were beginning to think there were no more amazing revelations, Richard came through with the touching tale of his dear old Mom and Dad who were living in a mortgaged house in California. Papers supporting the Republican ticket (and as usual, they are in the o...
Golden clashes Face Reserve Team Here [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
Golden clashes Face Reserve Team Here Undefeated after two games, the 1952 Golden Flashes will play their second Mid-America game of the season against Western Reserve here Friday night. Kent’s two victories were over Mount Union last Friday, 26-7, and Western Michigan, 20-13 Sept. 20. Playing before a slim crowd, the Plashes played great ball against Western Michigan the first half, leading 20-0 at halftime. Kent scored the first touchdown just nine plays after the opening kickoff. Fullback Jim Cullom went ten yards to the Michigan 30 yard line then lateraled to Captain Paul Amodio who scampered the remaining yards for the TD. Cullom scored the remaining two touchdowns, one on a one yard plunge and the last on a 15yard pass from Dick Pitts. The Kent gridders were completely outclassed in the second half. The Western Michigan touchdown machinery began to roll in the fourth period. The Broncos, who did not complete a pass during the first half, began tossing short passes and scored t...
Rees In Seventh Year As Grid Mentor [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
Rees In Seventh Year As Grid Mentor By Joe Antenora The old saying that experience is the best teacher is proven by the won-lost record of Trevor J. Rees, head football coach and athletic director of Kent State University. Going into his seventh year at the helm of the Golden Flashes Trev has a record of 32 wins, 18 losses, and three ties for a .640 percentage. This is well abov ethe school’s 38-year par of 84 victories, 103 defeats, and 22 deadlocks. The handsome young mentor began his football career at Dover, Ohio, where he captained the squad for two years. He also captained the basketball team for one season. From Dover Rees went on to Ohio &lt; State university where he earned a reputation as one of that school’s outstanding gridders. He held down an end position for the Buckeyes for three seasons, and in 1935 he was named to several all-American teams as a flanker. The following season, 1936, Trev participated in two all-star games. In Chicago he battled against the D...
. Welcome Freshmen [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
. Welcome Freshmen Here’s a wish for all new Freshmen May your college dreams come true. May your life at Kent be happy and may all your skies be blue. May all projects go together in such pleasant harmony that you will have an education that is full to the degree that it is a perfect combination of the serious and the sweet. And no matter what the aspect, you can say that it is complete. Now go forward in the knowledge there is a promise to gain here. Get the most from every moment from your coming college year. Sincerely, Terese Terese Green 492 E. Main Street