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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 December 1952
Photo by Shook CAN HE FILL IT ? Retiring line coach Homer Edington helps his replacement, Frank X. Lauterbur, on with the jacket that Lauterbur will wear when the Clevelander assumes his duties on the KSU coaching staff. , ' Present head coach at Collinwood high in Cleveland, Lauterbur moved to Kent when Edington resigned to become supervisor of athletics and rcreational programs for the occupational forces in Europe.
Studio Theatre Presents Last 'Evening Of Plays’ [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 December 1952
Studio Theatre Presents Last 'Evening Of Plays’ By Carol Levens Studio Theatre will present the last of this quarter’s series of “An Evening of Plays” tonight at 7:30 p.m. in Studio Theatre, Kent hall. The three plays to be presented are “A Phoenix Too Frequent,” by Christopher Fry; “Fumed Oak,” by Noel Coward; and “Submerged,” by Cottman and Shaw. Peg Sidley, who currently has the' lead in the ‘Madwoman of Chaillot,” is the student director of “A Phoenix Too Frequent.” This play has been a popular one act in colleges and universities, and is written by an outstanding English playwright. The setting for the play is a Greek tomb, where Dynamene, played by Mary Stephenson, is mourning over the body of her dead husband. With her is her servant, played by Marilyn Seywert, who plans to die with her. They are dissuaded by the appearance of a handsome Greek soldier, John DeChant. The story of a man who was hoodwinked into marriage and has been henpecked for fourteen years is “Fumed Oak,” b...
Berzinec Tells Council'Attend ... Or Resign' Social Posts Filled; Fix Script Deadline [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 December 1952
Berzinec Tells Council'Attend ... Or Resign' Social Posts Filled; Fix Script Deadline He stressed the importance of good* attendance at the meetings, stating that the advent of the new student government constitution required a well-informed group of legislators. To insure that fact, plans have been drawn for the reading of individual sections of the constitution at each Council meeting next quarter. The Council members will be tested on their knowledge of the constitution and by-laws, and measures will be taken to insure their ability to answer all questions on its contents, which may be posed by the students. Berzinec underlined his talk with the announcement that the present Council will remain in power until the regular election next fall. No interim elections, ordinarily held during the spring, wil take place next year under the rules of the new constitution. Two students were elected by the Council members to fill the vacant posts on the Social committee. Janet de Nobel and Te...
ONE MORE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 December 1952
ONE MORE Tomorrow’s edition of the STATER will be the last of the quarter. It is suggested, therefore, that all organizations wishing notices or information printed in that edition bring the necessary facts to the newspaper office early today. The Publications Policy committee will meet this afternoon to choose the Editor-in-Chief and Business Manager of the Winter quarter STATER. The students named for the posts will be announced in the first edition of the paper next quarter.
Advertising Association Sets Exam [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 December 1952
Advertising Association Sets Exam Juniors and seniors interested in advertising as a career may take a special examination for advertising given by the American Association of Advertising agencies in Cleveland, Saturday, Feb. 14. Students who receive satisfactory ratings in the aptitude-temperament examination are given preferred consideration by advertising agencies and by executives who direct advertising and allied functions within business and industry. A fee of $2O is charged to cover part of the cost of the examination. Candidates may authorize the AAAA to circulate their ratings among the agencies in the area in which they reside, or they may submit their ratings in person to prospective employers. The tests will be held at Cleveland college, in downtown Cleveland on public square. Additional information and application blanks may be obtained from: J. F. Wilson, AAAA Examination committee chairman, c/o Carr Liggett Advertising, Inc., NBC building, Cleveland 14, Ohio. «
Phis Set For '53 All-Greek [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 December 1952
Phis Set For '53 All-Greek All active members of KSU fraternities and sororities and their dates will be guests of Alpha Phi at the annual All-Greek, Friday, January 16. Tuxedos and formals will be the order of the evening at Myers Lake Moonlight ballroom, Canton, from 8:30 to midnight, Charles Pickens and his orchestra will play for the dance. Originated as a debut for Alpha Phi pledges, the All-Greek this year will introduce more than 30 coeds to the campus Greeks. Jean Wetzel, Alpha Phi social chairman, is planning the event.
BG Politicos Name Officers [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 December 1952
BG Politicos Name Officers The Blue and Gold political party elected Jim Itin as chairman replacing John Berea, Tuesday evening. Bob Smith will serve as vice-chairman. Olive Hemming will be secretary, Roy Berko, treasurer, and Lore Wicke, former secretary for two years, will be the social chairman. Itin, an officer in Kappa Sigma, majors in accounting and is a junior from Newtown. Smith, from Lakewood, is a Phi Beta Phi and a junior in general business. A junior from Andover, Miss Hemming, is president of the Delta Zeta sorority and majors in speech and hearing therapy. Youngstowner Lore Wicke is a Chi Omega junior with a major in physical education. Alpha Epsilon Pi, Roy Berko, is from Lyndhurst and majors in accounting. He is a sophomore.
New Soloist In Oratorio [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 December 1952
New Soloist In Oratorio Mrs. Ilona Herman Strasser,, prominent Cleveland contralto, will replace Miss Eleanor Pudil, of the University music faculty, in the Dec, 14 presentation of Handel’s “Messiah.” Miss Pudil’s appearance was cancelled after the death of her father Monday. Known for participation in oratorios and other musical programs throughout the state, Mrs. Strasser has appeared as guest soloist with the Cleveland Orchestra. The four soloists will be joined by more than 180 voices in presenting the “Messiah” Sunday afternoon in the Kent State auditorium. The University a cappella choir, the Madrigal singers, and the Kent Chorale, directed by Ralph Hartzell, will be included.
EDITORIAL Quo Vadis? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 December 1952
EDITORIAL Quo Vadis? In a move which surprised many last week the Delta Upsilon fraternity jumped the ranks of the Nu-K party and announced that they intended to “withdraw from campus politics.” Though a surprise to many, people active in politics saw this move building up and considered it only a matter of time until it came about. It is no secret that DU was somewhat at odds with the “powers-to-be” of the Nu-K organization. Formal resignation was to have been presented, along with reasons for such, at a party gathering last week. This meeting was never held and therefore no reason was immediately forthcoming to explain the DU’s move. Nu-K chairman, Jerry Lowe, declined to comment until after such a meeting. Now the reason behind the DU move has been explained to us by their political chairman, Jim Witzberger, who says “The policies and procedures of the party are all wrong. Things just weren’t run right. Our protest is not wholly against Nu-K, but against campus politics in genera...
Attention: Cafeterias [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 December 1952
Attention: Cafeterias By Larry Carpenter An article appeared in the STATER (Nov. 13, 1952) several weeks ago and presented remedies for numerous conditions which prevailed in the University’s cafeterias. This particular article was read as far away as Antioch college, where they gave mention to the ideas it set forth by publishing an excerpt in their own collegiate newspaper. At our University, it apparently did not reach so far as the cafeterias. If it did, the attention paid to it was obviously negligible. The purpose of the article was simply this: (1) to suggest a student’s viewpoint on food conditions; (2) to offer solutions; and (3) to request action of some type, if only a letter to the STATER explaining the management’s stand. As absolutely nothing resulted, the purpose of this article is evident. It is to not only request, but to demand an explanation! The management’s action thus far has seemed to denote little, if any, concern for the student. It is apparent the managemen...
I Gotta Go Santa [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 December 1952
I Gotta Go Santa By “Elsie” It hardly seems like Christmas is rolling around again, but here we are with only 13 more days to go. Once again the old shopping rush will start. Everybody always swears that this year they’ll do their gift buying for friends early, say October. They never do though, and it’s a good thing, because you never know who your friends are going to be in December. As the season rolls nearer and you begin to see cities brightening their streets with colored lights and wreaths, I am always reminded of one of my favorite stories. It seems that just before Christmas Old Santa was broadcasting in a large department store. A long line of children with their mothers were waiting their turns. The line moved slowly as each kid stepped up to tell Santa what he or she wanted. A little girl wanted a doll, etc. When it came to little Tommy, "who had been in line for two or three hours, Santa said, “What do you want my little man?” Tommy leaned over the radio microphone and ...
Thespian’s Morbid Den Needs A Face Lifting [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 December 1952
Thespian’s Morbid Den Needs A Face Lifting By Roy Berko The curtain went down as the applause wrought forth. There was one curtain call, and then another. The lights went on, and there you were, sitting in the dreary, plaster cracked auditorium. Kent is noted for having one of the best dramatic departments in the state of Ohio; in fact, in the whole Mid-West. Also added to our credit (?) is the worst auditorium in both looks and acoustics. For many a day it was rumored' that the University was finally about to paint our morbid den of Thespians, but each time something has been done to prevent this. In checking past records it becomes evident that for more than ten years the auditorium has had no face lifting. At that time the walls were painted and the decorations were redesigned. Twenty-two years ago, when the lighting panel was installed, it was said to be the best in the nation. Today, amid many technological advancements in lighting effects and board improvements, the Kent light...
Cage, Swim Teams At Home [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 December 1952
Cage, Swim Teams At Home Sports followers at KSU will have an opportunity to watch two different athletic teams in action this weekend. Friday night Coach Bud Haerr’s bas- ketball team will entertain the University of Cincinnati and Saturday afternoon the swimming team will play host to Wittenberg. It will be the first meet of the year for Coach Bill Hoover’s mermen. The meet will start Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock in the MPE building pool. The basketball team will be playing its second Mid-American conference foe of the season Friday night. Cincinnati has 12 lettefrmen back from last year’s team which won 11 and lost 16. They have a tough schedule this year, playing such fine cage teams as Tennessee, North Carolina State, DePaul, and Duquesne. Over the Christmas vacation they will play in an invitational tournament in Madison Square Garden in New York. Saturday night the basketball team will play Ohio U at Athens, Ohio. The Bobcats have five lettermen returning from last year. L...
Delts Capture Frat Mat Race By One Point [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 December 1952
Delts Capture Frat Mat Race By One Point Delta Tau Delta copped the fraternity wrestling tournament by nipping runner-up Delta Upsilon by one point and third place Sigma Nu by two points. Printed below are the final standings as listed by the Department of Intramurals. Delta Tau Delta 33 pts. Delta Upsilon 32 pts. Sigma Nu 31 pts. Kappa Sigma 19 pts. Sigma Delta 15 pts. Alpha Phi Beta . 6 pts. Phi Sigma Kappa 5 pts. Theta Kappa Phi 2 pts. Phi Kappa Tau 2 pts. Individual winners are: 123 lbs.—Dave Gividin, Delta Upsilon. 130 lbs.—Tom Oddo, Sigma Nu. 137 lbs,—Art Polen, Sigma Nu. 147 lbs.—Cliff Hanks, Delta Tau Delta. 157 lbs.—Don Barry, Delta Tau Delta 167 lbs.—Bob Worley, Delta Upsilon. 177 lbs.—Willard Di Vincenzo, Kappa Sigma. Heavyweight—Al Kilgore, Sigma Delta. These fraternity champions will wrestle the independent champions for the intramural crowns Tuesday, Dec. 16 at 7 p.m. in the wrestling room of the MPE building.
QUICK FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 December 1952
QUICK FLASHES Due to an error in information, some girls have been told that last week was the final week of bowling. But it was not. This week is the last week, so please don’t forget to bowl. Your score must be turned in by Sunday night to be counted. * * * Entries are now being accepted for intramural independent basketball teams by Vic Moore in the MPE building. Officials are also needed to referee these games. * * * Tickets for the basketball game with Cincinnati Friday night are on sale this morning in the police office between Kent and Merrill halls.