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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 4 December 1952
The DALLY Kent Stater # VOL. XXIX, No. 37 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1952 Ken^Stater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin Business Manager Bud Mays Managing Editor Bill Barrett t News Editor... 5 Ed Cliney Copy Editor Flo Lou Lawrence Feature Editor Larry Carpenter Society Editor Pat Boehmer Sports Editor Bill Miller Librarian Mary Ann Loftus Chief Photographer. .Sheldon Factor — &lt; Adv. Mgr Cal Ratcliff Asst. Advertising Mgr..Dick Granger Edition Mgr Jerry Dougher Circulation Manager.Carl Titgemeier The KENT STATER is published dally. 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, 0. Subscription price $2 a Editorial and business offices located 115 Merrill hall, Kent State university.
'Ring Round The Moon’ Opens Tonite Eighteen Novices To Present Annual Freshman Production [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 4 December 1952
'Ring Round The Moon’ Opens Tonite Eighteen Novices To Present Annual Freshman Production By Marcia Hill Eighteen newcomers to the University Theatre will show their potential tonight when they present the opening performance of this year’s freshman play, “Ring Round the Moon.” Directed by Professor Earle E. Curtis, this unusual play shows promise of equaling the charm and vigor of last year’s production, “The Curious Savage.” Heading the cast of * will be Jack Walas portraying the twin brothers Hugo and Frederic, who arc two extremes in personality and temperament. Frederic is a gentle, lovable young man, while his brother Hugo is less considerate and more objectionable in manner. You’ll laugh and cry with Madame Desmermortes (Barbara Goedicke) and those about her as they project the beauty and delicacy of a none-too-sane household. The rest of the cast for the play consists of Cal Johns as Joshua, the butler; Marcia Giesy as Diana; Barbara Pelty as Lady India; and Roger Santa as P...
New Youth Center Opens December 7 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 4 December 1952
New Youth Center Opens December 7 By Char Frolo After the formal dedication this Sunday, Lutheran students will have a youth center, located next to Faith church. The $25,000 parsonage-and-youth-center unit will be opened following a short vesper service at 3:30 p.m. After this short service at which ♦ 1 Dr. Ottomar Krueger of Akron, president of the central district, Lutheran church-Missouri synod, will speak, the group will go to the center. At this time, the keys will be given to Mr. Paul Brehm, chairman of the parsonage building committee; and Leonard Pohlod, president of the Lutheran Student Fellowship. Work on the parsonage began in July 1952, when the local congregation which had liquidated its church debt last fall, was assured « of $B,OOO from the Central District, in recognition of its service to Lutheran students. Dr. Krueger will present the grant to Professor Roy D. Metcalf, president of the congregation and faculty advisor of LSF as part of the ceremonies. The dedicati...
EDITORS' NOTE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 4 December 1952
EDITORS' NOTE Because of several conflicts the Publications Policy Committee meeting will be held Thursday, Dec. 11, at 3 p.m. instead of Tuesday, Dec. 9. Applications for editor and business manager should be returned to the school of journalism office not later than Friday, Dec. 5. All applicants should be present at the meeting on Dec. 11. Professor William Taylor, head of the journalism department, announced that Dario Politella will replace Roy Apple as a faculty member of the committee. Politella, recently returned from Korea, is advisor to student publications.
Award For Best Essay Is Offered [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 4 December 1952
Award For Best Essay Is Offered The philosophy department is offering an award of $25 for the best essay on some philosophical question submitted by an undergraduate student. Theory of knowledge, aesthetics, methodology, ethics, political theory, philosophy of science, or metaphysics may be need as ,a subject for the essay. Suggestions for topics are as follows: Art and Morality; Subjective and Objective Aspects of Art-Evalu-ation; Is a Universal Ethics Possible ? The Relation of Philosophy to Science; What is Truth? The Difference Between the Natural and Social Sciences; How Should Competing Modern Philosophies of Government be Judged; and Is Religion Scientifically Acceptable ? Judgment of the essays will be based on analytical skill involved in dealing with the problem selected, originality, and soundness, rather than on the quantity of material or amount of research involved. Requirements for the essays are as follows: it must consist of not less than 2,500 words, typewritten an...
TWIN SANDS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 4 December 1952
TWIN SANDS Roy D. Metcalf, director of the twin marching bands, has announced openings in the band organization for qualified students next year. Any new drum major or majorette aspirants wishing to join the bands should contact Sue Ann Hurd, head majorette, at once. The twin bands, which received wide recognition during the past football season for their work at Kent and Cleveland Brown games, will begin practice for next season in the Spring.
Council Shifts NTFC; Debates Fraternity Row [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 4 December 1952
Council Shifts NTFC; Debates Fraternity Row By Jim Butler Poor old NTFC, battered and buffeted about through the years, again has taken it on the chin and has been shifted back into the spring quarter. Originally set for Jan. 20, 1953/ the all-student production was rescheduled for April 30, 1953, by student council in yesterday’s meeting. Vice president Mary Ellen Cross, presiding in the absence of President Bill Berzinec, stated the January date did not give enough time following Christmas vacation to produce the show: Scripts for the production will be accepted up until the end of the winter quarter. In a report from the sororityfraternity policy committee, Chi Alpha and Sigma Delta fraternities were ordered to hire full time house mothers for their residences. The report continued with a discussion of the possibility of setting up a fraternity-sorority row on campus. Committee member James A. Fosdick, associate professor of journalism, met with President George A. Bowman to disc...
EDITORIAL Curtain Going Up [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 4 December 1952
EDITORIAL Curtain Going Up For the second time this quarter, the University auditorium will ring with the sounds of a performance by a cast of student thespians. When the first-act curtain rises on Jean Anouilh’s “Ring Round the Moon” at 8:15 this evening, a large group of freshman actors and actresses will be given the opportunity to climb the first few rungs on the theatrical ladder to success. A large cast of first-year students are scheduled to appear in this year’s freshman production. While this evening’s performance will mark the first time they have appeared as University students before an audience, most of the eighteen students in the play have had some measure of previous acting experience. Therefore, a highly polished performance is to be expected in spite of the difficulties of the play. Directing the actions of the freshman players will be Earle E. Curtis, whose long experience in university and professional theatri- cal productions has made him expert in the field. In...
ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS Church Model Wins Contest [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 4 December 1952
ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS Church Model Wins Contest By Jeanne Thigpen Outstanding talent in his major field has brought another Kent student a high honor. James Underwood, 26, a married senior from Akron, in the field of architecture quietly and unobstrusively entered a model church in a competition started by a Unity church in Akron. The minister had contacted the architectural department early in the quarter to obtain a model plan for the new church which was to cost $lOO,OOO and have facilities for a three-hundred member congregation. Underwood, along with thirteen other contestants, was given a liberal period of time to have the model and drawings ready for judging. He worked only twenty-one days on the set that was to win. Wednesday, Nov. 26, the day before Thanksgiving vacation, was the day chosen for the final judging. The minister and his building committee arrived at the Arts building about 7:30 in the evening expecting to complete the final judging within two hours. All the mo...
Mat Clinic Here Dec 6 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 4 December 1952
Mat Clinic Here Dec 6 More than 225 reservations have been received for the high school wrestling clinic to be held Saturday in the MPE building under the direction of KSU mat mentor Joe Begala. The clinic used to be an annual affair here but was moved to Ohio State following the war. Its failure there prompted officials to move it back to Kent. Coach Begala expects this year’s clinic to be “one of the best.” At 10 a.m. an instructional film from the University of Michigan will be shown in the MPE building. Pictures of the 1952 NCAA wrestling finals are also scheduled. Coaches and officials will then meet for a rules discussion. At 1:30 Casey Fredericks, Ohio State coach, will lecture on “takedowns.” Following this Gene Gibbons, coach at Cleveland John Marshall high and former national champ from Michigan State, and Bill Nelson, 3-time champ, will explain “riding and control.” At 3:30 Clarence Eckert, former KSU wrestling captain and now coach at Euclid high, will discuss “pinning c...
Hot Flashes From Some Refrigerated Chills [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 4 December 1952
Hot Flashes From Some Refrigerated Chills By Larry Carpenter Heating has always puzzled me. There has never been a time in my life that I haven’t been confronted with either a surplus or scarcity of it. Naturally the heat I am most con-' cerned with is that which supposedly originates in a building behind Merrill hall, coyly referred to as the “heating plant.” This impressive edifice, the proud possessor of a 175-foot smoke stack, is equipped with a modern 650 horsepower, endless grate boiler. This operates at the expense of 32 tons of coal a day. My question is . . . where does this steam heat go? Apparently a good healthy majority of it goes to room 109 Merrill, which is readily becoming known as KSU’s little tropic zone. It most certainly doesn’t go to the photography classrooms in Kent hall. A person needs refrigeration coils for blood vessels to sit through a lecture in that room. Could it be we have a heating system with but one distributive pipe ? Of course this doesn’t sound...
Carbon Copy [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 4 December 1952
Carbon Copy Maintenance Dept. Football season ended several weeks ago here at Kent. In fact basketball season is very much with us at the present. But still the football schedule remains on the front campus. True, it is decorative, but unless the calendar and the schedule remain the same for next year it is outdated, cc—Athletic Dept.
Kent Places Three On All-Conference Squads [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 4 December 1952
Kent Places Three On All-Conference Squads Cincinnati, first team to win the Mid-American conference football title two years in a row, and Miami, runner-up again, dominated the all-conference selection made by the loop’s grid coaches this season. Cincinnati had eight men and Miami five in a two-platoon team settled on by the coaches at their meeting last weekend in Granville. Next highest was seventh-place Western Reserve with three. Kent State placed only three men on the team, one on the first team and two on the honorable mention listings. A1 Kilgore, tackle, was voted to the offensive team. Tackle Dick Raidel and back Mike Norcia won berths on the honorable mention list. Following is the offensive team: Dick Delaney, Western Reserve, LE; Bill Shalosky, Cincinnati, LT; John McVay, Miami, C; A1 Sanders, Miami, RG; Don Grammer, Cincinnati, RT; Jim Ladd, Bowling Green, RE; Gene Rossi, Cincinnati, QB; Tom Pagna, Miami, LHB; Dom Del Bene, and Dori Fritz, Cincinnati; tackles— Cincinna...
Tate Named As Guard On INS All-Ohio Team [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 4 December 1952
Tate Named As Guard On INS All-Ohio Team Penfield Tate, of Kent State, was voted to a first-team guard position on the International News Service all-Ohio football team. Three other Kent men gained honorable mention berths. Dick Raidel won honorable mention as a tackle, Jim Cullom at fullback, and Willie DiVincenzo at linebacker. Members of the team are selected from any college in Ohio except Ohio State. Following are the first team selections: ends—Glenn Dillhoff, Cincinnati and Jim Ladd, Bowling Green; tackles—Don Grammer, Cincinnati and Art Hauser, Xavier; guards—Bill Shalosky, Cincinnati, and Tate, Kent; center Lowell Anderson, Ohio U; quarterback—Gene Rossi, Cincinnati: halfbacks—Tom Pagna, Miami and Paul Yackey, Heidelburg; fullback, Fred Durig, Bowling Green.
QUICK FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 4 December 1952
QUICK FLASHES There will be a varsity “K” meeting tonight at 7:30 in room 171 of the MPE building. Plans will be made for a “K” night with the “K” alumni being invited. Plans will also be made for the club’s annual dance. Any person who wants a schedule of winter sports (basketball, swimming and wrestling) can pick up a schedule card in the STATER office.