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Groups Meet; Hold Initiations, Hear Speakers [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
Groups Meet; Hold Initiations, Hear Speakers Eight girls were initiated into Phi Gamma Nu, national' women’s business honorary, last week. Miss Amy Verheyden was the guest speaker at the banquet following the activation. The eight girls initiated include:* Helen Bauch, Jean Cogan, Kay Georgeles, Marilyn May, Bea McGann, Beryl Miller, Shirley Scott, and Rosemary Yallech. Elementary Education Club The Elementary Education club will meet Thursday afternoon from 4 til 5 in room 205 of the Union. Dr. Marion Van Campen, head of the department of elementary education will be the guest speaker for this meting. Spanish Club There will be a meeting of the Spanish club tonight at 7:30 in room 312 K. This club is a newly organized one on Kent’s campus. Theta Sigma Phi At a meeting of Theta Sigma Phi, national women’s journalism hon- orary, activation services were held last week for Marilyn Beifuss, junior journalism major. Pedges accepted at the same time included: journalism majors Eleanor Ma...
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
CALENDAR TUESDAY, DEC. 9 4—Wesley choir, Wesley house. 6 LSF Christmas supper, Faith church. 7:35-7:SO—UCF, 205 K. 6:4s—Sigma Theta Epsilon, Wesley house. 3-3:3O—IVCF meeting, 410 McG. 7 Kappa Phi, Wesley house. 7 —Christian Science organization business meeting, 201 M. 7 IVCF, 203 M. 7:30-9:30 Gamma Phi BetaSigma Nu house party, Gamma Phi Beta house. 8- —Alpha Chi Omega-Delta Tau Delta house, party, Alpha Chi Omega house. This will be the STATER’S final week of publitacion for the fall quarter. There will be no issues dining final week. Any news or announcements that should be in before the end of the quarter are due by Thursday by 10 a.m.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 9 December 1952
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 December 1952
The DAILY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 40 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1952 Kent@Btater The KENT STATER is published daily, 11, 1927, at the Post Office at Kent, 0., Tuesday through Friday during the regu- S?.: lar school year and each Thursday during Kent, O. Subscription price $2 a year, the summer sessions. It is suspended Editorial and business offices located in during the vacation periods. 115 Merrill hall V . State university. Entered as second class matter Oct. ' SES^P tL ' 2
Glynn Sets Deadline On Application [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 December 1952
Glynn Sets Deadline On Application Blanks for Pork Barrel will be placed in organization mailboxes tomorrow, according to Jim Glynn and Betty Ann Schmid, co-chairmen of the ye vent. Each organization is asked to include its name, the title of its theme, and the chairmen on the forms which are to be turned in no later than 4 p.m Tuesday. Any group failing to return the blank by that time will be eliminated. The forms may be put in either Glynn’s or Miss Schmid’s mailbox. * Pork Barrel will be presented Friday and Saturday nights, Feb. 7 and 8. Rehearsals will be held Monday through Thursday, Feb. 2-6. Sororities and independent men will present skits one night while presentations by fraternities and independent women will be featured the other. In order to prevent the confusion which occurred last year, eliminations will not be held. Pork Barrel is sponsored by Men’s union and Women’s league.
CORRECTION [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 December 1952
CORRECTION The statement in yesterday’s STATER pertaining to the course in Cat Anatomy, Biology 389, was in error. It will be offered during the first summer session, instead of the winter quarter as printed, if enough students are interested and notify the department before Friday at 4 p.m.
Wildlife Lecture Series Feature Color Movies [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 December 1952
Wildlife Lecture Series Feature Color Movies The first in a series of enlightening natural history lectures with all-color outdoor motion pictures on a variety of wildlife subjects will be presented beginning at 8 p.m. Thursday evening, Dec. 11. In all, five varied program will 4 be offered in the Kent Roosevelt High school auditorium in the interest of wildlife, wise use of natural resources and conservation education. Entitled the “Audubon Screen Tours,’’ the series is presented by the Regional Association of Outdoor clubs of Kent and the National Audubon Society. The initial program will be “America the Beautiful” featuring Tom and Arlene Hadley, Michigan’s beloved nature team. It describes a 50,000 mile travelogue trek taken by the Hadley’s, covering both wildlife and natural scenic features. The purpose of the series is to further the Cause of conservation } through appreciation and greater understanding of theout-of-doors. According to Ralph W. Dexter, professor of biology, th...
Ghosts’ Wanted In ST Tryouts [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 December 1952
Ghosts’ Wanted In ST Tryouts Tryouts for “Ghosts,” the first Henrik Ibsen play to be presented here, will be held today and tomorrow from 2-4 p.m. in the Studio Theatre. Tryouts are open to all students. Five roles are being cast. “Ghosts” will be the second full length play to be produced in the new Studio Theatre. Last year the thespians work shop was opened with George Bernard Shaw’s “Candida.” The play will open on Feb. 2 and run for an entire week.
Bookworm Ball Set For Friday Dec. 12 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 December 1952
Bookworm Ball Set For Friday Dec. 12 Students will be given their final chance to have “a last fling before finals” by attending the Bookworm ball sponsored by Delta Zeta sorority on Friday, December 12. Dancing will be from 9 to 12 p.m. in the Union ballroom. All university women attending the dance will be given 12:30 permits. Not a formal dance, campus clothes will be worn. Don Eckard and his band will play for the ball. * The crowning of the king and the presentation of the king’s trophy will be one of the big events of the evening. The three finalists for king are Jack Carney, Kappa Sigma; Ted Stockwell, Delta Tau Delta; and Bob Voelker, Delta Upsilon, The king will not be known until the dance. Thirteen of the sixteen contestants were present for judging last Sunday night among the independent organizations and fraternities who were invited to select a candidate. Judges were Elaine Horn, Alpha Phi; Mary Jane Gosser, Alpha Chi Omega; Janet Hall, Alpha Gamma Delta; Eleanor Mann,...
Choir Presents Messiah Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 December 1952
Choir Presents Messiah Sunday The Kent a cappella choir, the Singers, and the Kent Chorale under the direction of Ralph Hartzell will combine their talents in the university’s production of Handel’s “Messiah” Sunday afternoon, Dec. 14. The traditional Christmas oratorio,* which is scheduled for 3 p.m. in the auditorium, tells the story of the prophecy, birth, crucifixion, and resurrection, of Christ. This highly dramatic work is a masterpiece of technique, yet understandable to the average listener. Soprano soloist will be Mary Marting Pendell, well-known Berea singer. Mrs. Pendell, a graduate of Bald win-Wallace conservatory, has studied in New York and Salzburg. Melvin Hakola, Cleveland cantor, will be bass soloist. Hakola has been guest soloist with the Cleveland Symphony in addition to other groups. He is currently studying with Burton Garlinghouse, Akron. Other Messiah solo roles will be by two members of the KSU music faculty, Eleanor Pudil, contralto, and Robert Hull Foulkes,...
Plan Tour To Europe [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 December 1952
Plan Tour To Europe By Janet de Nobel All students interested in sailing to Europe this summer are requested to see Marge Harbaugh in room 204 Union at 7 p.m. on December 11. Here is a tour especially designed for' college students that will guarantee excitement and entertainment for a lifetime. The tour is being planned by American Youth Abroad, a reliable organization that specializes in low cost, high quality student tours. Tour leader is Margorie Harbaugh, Denison university 1952. Local guides and student organizations will act as hosts in each country. The countries visited will include Scandinavia, England, France, Italy, Yugoslavia, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, and Holland. Sailing time will be on June 20 or July 1 on the Student Ships of the Holland-American line. Students will be back home September 5. Cost without Scandinavian tour will be $1195 and including this tour will be $1375. This price is inclusive except for items of purely personal nature such as laundry, gift...
KSU Wins In Debates [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 December 1952
KSU Wins In Debates Kent’s eloquent forensic students are on the rampage again. Last week they succeeded in arguing down both Georgetown university and the United States Naval academy. Ron Rice, Cleveland, and Gary Banas, Akron, defeated the Navy and Georgetown teams during an eastern barnstorming trip. The Kent men held the affirmative on the national collegiate debate question, “Resolved: that the congress should adopt a fair employment practices law.” While the men defeated the two eastern colleges, KSU’s women’s debate team snared third place in Women’s Debate tourney at Capital university, Columbus. Thirteen Ohio colleges and universities competed in the event. Sonia Andel, Everett, and Marcia Hill, Dayton, held the affirmative of the collegiate question. Debating the negative for Kent were Joan Webster, Louisville, and Iris Zemeskal, Cleveland.
Fee Payments Set Next Week [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 December 1952
Fee Payments Set Next Week All students who have pre-regis-tered will fill out their white cards and class slips and pay fees in the gym on December 16 through December 18. Those with names beginning from A through I will pay fees on Dec. 16, from J through R on Dec. 17, and from S through Z on Dec. 18. Dr. Atkinson requests that all students who have pre-registered to pay their fees on these days to avoid any rush after the holiday. Those students who have not pre-registered or do not pay their fees as scheduled will have to return to school on January 5 to do so. Pictures will also be taken in the gym on January 5, and students who do not have ID cards are requested to have their pictures taken then. One hundred and fifty new students are expected to enroll winter quarter according to Dr. Atkinson.
EDITORIAL A Christmas Story [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 December 1952
EDITORIAL A Christmas Story Do you recall the quaint old Christmas legend about the little boy who set the church chimes singing with his meager offering of a single piece of silver? A simple story, an inspiring message. What was it that made the chimes ring? Remember the Three Wise Men in the cold, miserable stable and you will remember that their gifts, too, were not earthly treasures. Yet, the angels sang that night. More close to yourselves, perhaps, recollect the Christmas party in the dorm, at the office, and in the plant; and envision the inevitable exchange of gifts (a bottle of perfume “marked down” to $1.59) with your partner. Think hard and you’ll call to mind your partner’s genuine glow of gratitude over your bitsy item she clutched so dearly! What makes these things so much a part of Christmas? Spirit is its name; God wants this most of all. And the best way to show spirit is to DO LITTLE THINGS WITH BIG MEANINGS. When you return home for Christmas, you can do many thin...