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'Writer’ On Sale Today [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
'Writer’ On Sale Today The first issue of the Kent Writer, published by the Kent Writers’ club, goes on sale today. Subscribers may pick up their copies at the subscription table near Merrill hall. Two awards of $25 will be made during the year for the best poetry and short story published. Second prizes of $lO will be offered. Illustrations for articles will be another new feature in the magazine this year. The club is composed of students interested in creative writing. The first issue has been under 7 preparation all quarter. All writing turned in to the Writer received constructive criticism. Advisors to the group are Dr. E. ' A. Dußois and Dr. K. R. Pringle. Officers of the club are William Lee, president; Alexander Fraser, vicepresident; and William Bartram, secretary-treasurer. The issue editors were William Lee, William Bartram, William Hildebrand, and Thomas Wilcoxen.
THIS ’N THAT Campus Merry-Go-Round [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
THIS ’N THAT Campus Merry-Go-Round There are two openings for juniors on the social committee according to Student council president Bill Berzinec. Applications must be submitted to his mail-box no later than 4 p.m. today. The applicants may also appear at the council meeting Wednesday at 4 p.m. * * * Kent Davidson, former national badminton champion, will conduct a badminton clinic tonight at 7 p.m. in the MPE building. Davidson will demonstrate various techniques of the game. * * # This quarter’s last Mid-Week Hop will be held Wednesday, from 8-10 p.m. in the Union ballroom. Music for the dance will be supplied by Harold Nelson and his orchestra. * * * 1 Seniors in the college of education who plan to graduate in December must make application for certification before Dec. 19, 1952. Application blanks may be secured at the Registrar’s office. The HPE department’s Dance assembly, originally scheduled for Thursday, has been rescheduled for Wednesday at 11 a.m. in the auditorium* The...
Religious Council Sets Campus Retreat Dates [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
Religious Council Sets Campus Retreat Dates By Barbara Pickering An On-Campus Retreat for University students has been scheduled for Jan. 25-28, 1952 by a central committee of students and faculty members who met on Thursday, December 4. Rev. Charles V. Ireland has been named director of the Retreat by the University Religious council. Religious leaders already scheduled to participate in the program are Dr. Ruth Seabury, who will return from three months in Africa an January 3; Dr. Robert Bonthius, professor of religion at the College of Wooster; and area pastors. It is expected the On-Campus Retreat will be a tri-faith program of religious emphasis with Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish participation. Plans for activities of major interest will be made by these groups. In explaining the aims of the religious program, Rev. Ireland said, “This year’s On-Campus Retreat will be something new. January 25-28, 1953, will be days of discussion, seminars, personal conferences and worship. “...
Sidley Given UT Lead In 'Madwoman' Classic [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
Sidley Given UT Lead In 'Madwoman' Classic Peg Sidley has been cast as Countess Aurelia,’the “Mad woman of Chaillot,” in the play of the same name to be presented by the University theatre on January 21, 22 and 23. Other parts cast include: the Rag 1 Picker, Bill Feaster; Pierre, Cal Jones; prospector, Roger Santa; President, Rice Hershey; and the Baron, Dale Brechbuhler. In addition, Jane Hallam was cast as Mme. Constance; Yvonne Bowen, Mile. Gabrielle; Barbara Goedicke, Mme, Josephine; Joanne Jones, flower girl, and Mary Stevenson, Irma. Also in the play are: Norman Whitney, the Little Man; Ted Padden, the Shoe-Lace Peddler; Bob Chosy, the Broker; John Morrow, Dr. Jadin (Professor); Jack Brooks, the Policeman; Tom Lavrich, the Sewer-Man; and Gus Aviolotis, the Waiter. The play has 41 characters in all, and many of the minor roles have not been cast yet. “The Madwoman of Chaillot” written by the late Jean Giradoux during World War 11, was not produced until France was free, as the ...
Magazine Has Band Contest [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
Magazine Has Band Contest Metronome, nationally known music magazine, is sponsoring the first nation wide college dance band contest, according to George T. Simon, editor. The winning band will be recorded on Capitol records. For the contest bands are asked to submit acetate recordings, subject to the rules set forth on the entry blanks. Entry blanks for the contest may be obtained from the Kent Stater office. Band leaders Ray Anthony, Stan Kenton and Billy May, Capitol recording executive Alan Livingston, and Metronome editors George Simon and Barry Llanov will judge the entries and select the winning band.
Editor’s Note [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
Editor’s Note Continuing the policy set last year, the students applying for the post of Stater editor will have the opportunity of writing a “guest editorial” during this last week of Fall quarter publication. Each of the applicants are well qualified for the editorship. Ed Cliney, who is the author of today’s editorial, was editor of the Chestnut Burr last year. Previously, he had been managing editor of the State during a summer term and is currently one of the daily news editors. Ernie Mazza was Stater managing editor during the Winter quarter last year and has compiled a fine record as copy and news editor while on the publication. His editorial will appear in tomorrow’s edition of the Kent Stater. The present managing editor, Bill Barrett, is also applying for the editorship. Now a senior, Bill has served as sports editor, copy editor and news editor during his tenure on the Stater.
EDITORIAL No Time? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
EDITORIAL No Time? It appears that an old KSU tradition has been killed in an attempt to save it. The student written and produced musical review, NTFC, was shifted from January 20, to April 30, at last Wednesday’s Student council meeting. In addition to this action Council set the end of Winter quarter as the deadline for entering scripts. Changing the date was a creditable move, but by setting a late deadline for scripts we believe they defeated their purpose. Council voiced the opinion that the January date gave only two weeks to produce the show after Christmas vacation. Interpreting their new action we cannot see any advantages in the change. By this action a script would not be selected before the first week of Spring quarter, which opens March 31. This leaves approximately three weeks to cast and produce the show. How has the original predicament been helped? We can’t see that it has. It seems that all that has been changed is the date for cancelling the show. After last year...
IN AKRON Sing Praises To The Lord ... And Pass The Blow Torch [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
IN AKRON Sing Praises To The Lord ... And Pass The Blow Torch By Tom Fitzpatrick ‘‘When we all get to Heaven what a day of rejoicing that will be, When we all see Jesus, we’ll sing and shout for victory.” Picture if you will a jampacked Mission house about as large as the average classroom here at school. The congregation has just finished warming up with a “little hymn to Jesus.” Now that this phantasmagoria of discordant notes has fully gained the attention of the deities, the preacher is about to begin the sermon. He is a rather short and unpreposessing individual but one glance at the way the veins pop out on his neck and forehead as he begins to talk tells us he is going to talk (or shout) as loud as he can. Heaven is a long way off. “I am not a publicity seeker” he says looking at the press seated at their special table set up in the choicest spot in the room, and waving fifteen prepared texts of * his speech at them, for the use of any publication that wants them. “My friends...
Play Reviewer Awards Bouquets And Brickbats [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
Play Reviewer Awards Bouquets And Brickbats By Louis Paskoff Christopher Fry’s recreation of Jean Anouilh’s “charade with music,” “Ring Round the Moon” will be remembered as one of UT’s most controversial productions. Most of the controversy will be over the play itself. I found it a delicate comedy of manners with a touch of delicious lunacy. Though the first two acts are 4 high comedy, more earthly matters come up in the third. These are resolved and at the final curtain Romantic Comedy and Social Significance waltz off into the sunrise together. I loved the play. The set was imaginative and lovely and a delight to the eye. The gold drapes, the off-white terrace, with its platforms, steps and lattices, the touches of red in the foliage were just right. The striking lattices were by Tom Pittenger. From the red Chinese lanterns to the blue ribbon on the white table, the set was a miracle of good taste. The actors were wonderful. It looks as if “Freshman Players” will stop being a te...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
Photo by Factor ATTENDING THE Kappa Delta Pi regional conference held Saturday at Kent are left to right: Dr. Victor Noll, executive second vice president of Kappa Delta Pi; Dr. Amos Heer, professor of education; Jean Fenton, • president of the Kent group; Dr. Frank L. Wright, executive president; and Allen King, director of social studies in the Cleveland public schools.
Cagers Face Busy Week; Three Games On Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
Cagers Face Busy Week; Three Games On Schedule Kent State’s basketball team/ encouraged by its good showing against Miami Friday night, will have a busy week ahead of it. The Golden Flashes will play three games this week, including two Mid-American conference foes. The parade will get underway tomorrow night when Coach Bud Haerr will lead the Flashes to Cleveland where they’ll take on the always-tough John Carroll “Blue Streaks” in St, Edwards high school gym. The Flashes return to Kent Friday night for a tussle with the University of Cincinnati. It will be the second league game of the year for KSU. Friday’s game will also mark the first time the two schools have ever competed in any sport. There will be a return engagement Feb. 20 at Cincinnati. On Saturday night the Haerrmen will travel downstate to Athens where they’ll play the Ohio university Bobcats in another loop game. Kent will be seeking revenge for the loss suffered from the Bobcats in this year’s Homecoming football gam...
QUICK FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
QUICK FLASHES The varsity basketball team played Westminster college in a 20-minute basketball prevue at Struthers Saturday night. Westminster won 37-32. * * * Anyone desiring pocket-sized cards with the basketball, swimming and wrestling schedules printed on them, may pick them up in the STATER office.
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
WKSU-FM TUESDAY, DEC. 9 11:57 Sign on 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 Especially for 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 8:00 Lord Radcliffe Talks 8:30 News 8:35 Evening Devotions 8:45 Sign off
Kent||Eyes Blue Streaks After Good League Opener [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
Kent||Eyes Blue Streaks After Good League Opener By Bill Miller Kent State will invade John Carroll tomorrow night with a much better basketball team than most folks expected. In fact, if the Flashes look as good against the Clevelanders as they did against Miami in their season’s opener Friday night —well, you can look for them to win quite a few games this winter. The Flashes surprised even their! most optimistic followers as they lost to the highly rated Miami five by only three points, 76 to 73. before a good-sized crowd in the MPE building. The Redskins, favored to retain their Mid-American conference championship and ranked as the 20th best team in the nation, weren’t sure of victory until the closing seconds, when all five of Kent’s starting lineup were no longer around. Percy Grenfell played such a spirited and inspired game that he fell completely exhausted to the floor with 1:15 to go in the last quarter. Up to that time, he had spurred the Flashes on. He’s scored 28 point...
Girls Tangle For Volleyball Championship [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
Girls Tangle For Volleyball Championship Team members of Lowry hall will play Alpha Xi Delta for the Women’s Athletic association volleyball championship this afternoon at 4 p.m. in | Wills gym. j In last week’s semi-final games, Lowry i defeated Off-Campus and Alpha Xi Delta defeated Chi Omega. W.A.A. is making a survey to find out those activities and sports that are wanted by university women. Suggestions thus far are: bridge ! tournaments, swimming meets, ice skating and track and field. Women who have further suggestions for additional sports to add to the W.A.A. program are asked to list them and give them to Betty Moss, Engleman hall.