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Production Of Messiah Set Dec. 14 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
Production Of Messiah Set Dec. 14 The annual Christmas presentation of Handel’s “Messiah” is scheduled for presentation Sunday, Dec. 14 at 3 p.m. in the auditorium. The soloists for the performance will be Eleanor Pudil, alto; Robert H. Foulkes, tenor; both of the faculty, Mary Martin Pendell, soprano, and Melvin Hokola, bass as student performers. This presentation climaxes weeks of directing for Louis P. Krch, orchestra director; Robert H. Foulkes, choir director; and Ralph E. Hartzell, head of the school of music, who will conduct. The University orchestra will assist the University choir, University singers and Kent Chorale in the performance. The presentation of the “Messiah” has been an annual event at Kent for more than 25 years. Sunday’s performance will be open to the public without charge.
EDITORIAL Bad Situation [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
EDITORIAL Bad Situation Last year it was panty raids. This year a few college students have gained bad publicity for all students as a whole, because of kidnappings, fights and general disorderly conduct. It’s a bad situation that has been a black mark against every university student. The inevitable question “Why should they be allowed to go to school while 126,000 Americans have been casualties in Korea?” becomes very difficult to answer. Last week that “bad situation” struck close to home. Ten university students were arrested by Ravenna police, and charged with disorderly conduct after they had allegedly caused a “noisy disturbance” in St. Mary’s cemetery. What they were doing in the cemetery in the first place, is problematical. At any rate, they were arrested there while performing some pledging activities as ordered by one of the campus fraternities. All too few of the beneficial activities performed by the campus fraternities and sororities receive the recognition and displa...
Prejudice [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
Prejudice By Bruce Limpus There has been a lot of raving about class distinctions and prejudice lately. So much that we even have very narrow minded people repeating the words that have been said by the not-so-very narrow minded. You’ll have to go quite a ways to find someone to admit that they believe that color, nationality» or creed makes any difference in the rights of man. I’m not saying that this is bad, on the contrary, it’s great, what there is of it. That’s the trouble. When some thesis is socially ostracized and considered outre these people will fall all over themselves to say the right thing, but they always give themselves away. These little slips are so numerous and universal that one would probably not notice them at first. In some groups the color of your shoes may very well put you in an undesirable class. You may be a nice guy for years but when you don a pair of white bucks you are immediately transformed into a creature known as the “Rah-Rah Boy.” There’s nothing...
KSU Is Favored Over Michigan State Team [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
KSU Is Favored Over Michigan State Team Our statisticians have presented us with some very consoling and phenomenal news about the previous football season. KSU is favored over Michigan State by five points! This is the way it reads: KSU beat Western Reserve by six points. Reserve lost to Toledo U. by one point giving KSU five points over Toledo U. Toledo U. beat Ohio U. by two points giving KSU seven points over OU. Ohio U. beat Bowling Green by 19 points giving KSU 26 points over Bowling Green. Bowling Green beat Ohio Wesleyan by 45 points, giving KSU 71 points over Ohio Wesleyan. Ohio Wesleyan beat Case by one giving KSU 72 points over Case. Case lost to John Carroll by 32 points giving KSU 40 points over Carroll. John Carroll lost to Datyon by 21 points, giving KSU 19 points over Dayton. Dayton lost to Miami by 14 points giving KSU five points over Miami. Miami beat Marquette by one point giving KSU six points over Marquette. Marquette beat Boston U. by 21 points giving KSU 27 o...
Interview With Goon [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
Interview With Goon “Spook” Duke Considering the amazing popularity of a certain gentleman connected with the operation of this paper, concerning what is vulgarly known as “bop” talk, I decided to make further inquiry into the subject myself. What happened to me after talking to this “hipster” can best be described by the word cataclysmic. (All right! Run to your desk and grab the nearest Webster’s lexicon.) I walked into the office of a well-known campus publication (known for its investigation into' scandalous organizational activities) and there stood this “cat” swinging his 90 foot key chain, with a bowling ball on the end. I didn’t start my interview with the usual, “Your name please.” I knew that this was the famed “Goon” immediately, by his bloodcurdling, “Slip me some skin, man! I been meaning to glom on to you all week. I know this little tete-a-tete will totally gas me!’h There was an air about the gentleman that spoke of, little cellar cafes on the west bank of the Seine ...
Marshall Is New Conference Member League Officials Also Adopt Scheduling Policy [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
Marshall Is New Conference Member League Officials Also Adopt Scheduling Policy There’s a new member in the Mid-American conference. Athletic directors of the eight conference schools voted Friday night in the annual winter meetings at Denison university, Granville, to admit Marshall college into the loop. The West Virginia school, which' had been actively seeking a berth in the league for nearly a year, was in the Ohio Valley conference until a few months ago. Kent State defeated Marshall in football this season 26-14 at Huntington. The “Big Green’ is on the , Kent schedule for 1953 grid season, too. Marshall has a stadium seating 10,000 and a field house capable of handling 7000. The schpol now participates in seven of the nine sports sponsored by the conference. It hopes to add the other two, wrestling and swimming, in the near future. Marshall has an enrollment of 2500 students. In Saturday’s session, the conference adopted some scheduling rules and suggested another to the pres...
Cincy Tops Miami For MA Crown [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
Cincy Tops Miami For MA Crown University of Cincinnati Bearcats roared to their second straight Mid-American conference football title Thursday afternoon by thumping Miami 34-9 at Nippert stadium in Cincinnati. The Queen City lads thus ended their season with eight wins, one loss and one tie. The loss was Miami’s first in nine games. Cincinnati cashed in on every scoring opportunity before 25,000 screaming fans sitting in nearfreezing Thanksgiving Day weather. The Redskins were inside Cincinnati’s 20 yard line on five different occasions, but they could score but one touchdown. They fumbled away scoring chances two times, and the stiff Cincinnati forward wall stopped them cold the other times. The game was close, as was expected, for the first three quarters. Cincinnati held a narrow 13-9 margin going into the final quarter. But the Bearcats got their offense moving the fourth period and completely ran away with the game. They scored three times in that quarter. The most spectacular...
Lots Of Prospects On Freshman Cage Squad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
Lots Of Prospects On Freshman Cage Squad By Bill Miller Dick Kotis, freshman basketball coach, has really had a job on his hands the last few days. He’s had to do a lot of “weeding out.” Around 80 boys turned out for* opening drills for the frosh hoopsters two weeks ago, and Kotis has had to trim the squad down to 25. That’s quite a bit of trimming and he hopes he hasn’t cut any good prospects. He plans to carry 25 boys until at least the end of the quarter. He may lose a few more then because of poor grades and ineligibility. “We don’t have any real tall guys,” he said, “but our general height isn’t too bad. We’ve got several boys who are over six feet tall.” Kotis says, however, that the big job now is to get the boys to “move” and to handle the ball well. All the height in the word won’t help much unless you can handle the ball. “There are a lot of good prospects on the team,” Kotis said. “We had a scrimmage last week and four boys showed up real well.” He is high on Ken Eshelman...
Mat Schedule Is Released For ’53 Year [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
Mat Schedule Is Released For ’53 Year Printed below is the wrestling schedule for the 1953 season: Jan. 10—Indiana State ... .There Jan. 17—Case Here Jan. 23—Bald win-Wallace .There Jan. 31—Toledo There Feb. 7—Ohio U Here Feb. 14—Miami Here Reb. 21— W. Reserve Here Feb. 28—Bowling Green ...There Tentative dates are with Akron and Great Lakes. On March 6 and 7 Kent will participate in the Mid-American meet at Western Reserve; on March 13 and 14 in the interstate championships at Case; and March 20-21 the NCAA meets at Penn State.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
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Clubs Hold Discussions; Plan Christmas Events [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
Clubs Hold Discussions; Plan Christmas Events Application blanks are now available for those students majoring in biology, chemistry, geology, mathematics, and physics who wish to join Phi Sigma Xi, science honorary. To be eligible for membership a&lt; student must have completed 25 hours in his major field, with an accumulative of 2.75 and an average of at least 3.25. Application blanks, which can be obtained by contacting Miriam Berks or Jim Sanders by the student mailboxes, should be returned today. Phi Sigma Xi, science honorary, will hold a meeting tomorrow in room 223 McGilvrey at 4:00. New pledges will be selected and the pledge service will be discussed. Pre-law Club The Pre-law club will meet tonight at 7:30 in 204 Union. Mr. Robert Stockdale is the guest speaker for the discussion period. Anyone interested in the pre-law field or related subjects is invited to attend. The presiding officers for this quarter are: Ron Jyurovat, president; Penfield Tate, vice-presiden...
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 December 1952
WKSU-FM TUESDAY, DEC. 2 11:57 Sign on 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 Especially lor Women 12:45 With the Feminine Touch 1:00 Music for the Connoiseur 2:00 Sign off 4:57 Sign on 5:00 Ressler at Random 5:15 Children’s Corner 5:30 Excursions in Science 5:45 News and Sports 6:00 Dinner Hour 7:00 University Library Presents 7:30 American Folkways B'oo Lord Radcliff Talks 8:80 News 8:35 Evening Devotions 8:45 Sign off WKSU-FM needs help for their technical operations staff immediately. Anyone interested in console operation should see Cliff Wetmore at the station as soon as possible.