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'Writer' Reviewer Discovers Black Covers Match Context [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
'Writer' Reviewer Discovers Black Covers Match Context By Tom Fitzpatrick The Fall quarter edition of the Kent Writer is very clever, exceedingly well planned and on the whole, not very good. It is done up in a charming black cover which of course fits in very well with the Christmas season. For the joy of the Christmas* trade our young authors have compiled a delightful collection of stories, the type you read around the fireplace at Christmas time. Take for instance, “Hair Like Seaweed” by Bill Hildebrand. In a droll four pages he tells us about the grappling in the sea for the body of a 20 year old mother of three replete with vivid descriptions of the bloated body. If you happen to be sitting around the fire place Christmas Eve and Santa still hasn’t come down the chimney, “Military Funeral” by William J. Bartram might be just the thing needed. It’s the delightful story of the funeral of a young veteran. If it’s direct children’s stories you are looking for you might try William...
Doodler’s Manifesto [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
Doodler’s Manifesto By Louis Paskoff Comes now the end of the quarter and we are faced with the prospect of having a whole new group of teachers to break in. By the time you get one bunch tamed and trained, you have a new pack to work on. I was strongly-aware of this important but neglected problem the other day when I cleaned out a notebook against the black days of exam week. My notebooks are in a state of academic-artistic schiozophrenia. A page of honest-to-god class notes alternates with a page of anything that happens to careen through my mind at the moment. Thus a page I tore out had a design of circles and squares on one side, a quotation from Bach at the other, and a stylized tree in the middle with stylized birds around it. Another had “Hooray for John Adams!!” all over it. Still another had a sketch of the elections committee at three a.m. election day. Then there is an Italian square with a large statue. Then a parody of an ad for “Sironia, Texas,” covering a whole page....
Santa Claus To Visit Dorm [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
Santa Claus To Visit Dorm By Wayne Kaipainen Santa Claus is scheduled to put in a pre-holiday appearance tomorrow afternoon at Stopher hall. The occasion? It’s time for the 4th annual Christmas party for underprivileged children. The party is sponsored each year by the men of Stopher to brighten up Christmas for the needy children in the Kent-Ravenna area. This' year 18 kids, from four to eight years old, were selected to attend by the Kent Welfare office. Arrangements for the affair are 1 nearly complete, according to Student Chairman John W. Mcßride. Gifts, refreshments and just plain fun will be the order of the afternoon with each child receiving favors, presents, etc., in old fashioned Christmas style. The party is supported mainly by contributions from Stopher men, with the three women’s dormitories chipping in heavily. To date more than $l7O has been collected and that figure is expected to climb even higher. Everyone is going all out to give the kids a good time. The top tre...
Carbon Copy [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
Carbon Copy To UT from Editor of the Stater: In case you have been wondering what our reviewer thought of the lighting, costumes, and sound in the | freshman play; he praised the lighting and the costumes, and slammed the acoustics of the auditorium. Mr. Paskoff praised and slammed, how- j$ ever, for five paragraphs, and as we kept telling him, its only a four page paper. Your partner in eyestrain, * A1 Pashin
Winter Wanes In Summer’s Warmth ... [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
Winter Wanes In Summer’s Warmth ... A SIGN OF things to come, the large group of freshmen who came to KSU at the start of the new year suffered through the rigors of registration, battled upperclassmen . . . and joined the Kent State family. MORE THAN THE new freshman girls decorated the campus, however, as a long series of University improvements were begun. New desks and machines in the Atrium , . . bushes and benches on the Mall . . . Terrace Lodges coming down. SORORITIES AND INDEPENDENT groups reached into the “Pork Barrel” and came up with some outstanding performances. Clowns, queens, soldiers, sailors and marines graced the stage of the University auditorium. “RAIN FOLLOWED BY floats” could well have been the weather report for last year’s Campus Day. But everyone had a fine time watching the campus organizations strut their soggy wares in the annual parade. ATHLETICS LED THE list of activities during the early months of '52, with Kent’s Golden Flashes copping honors in bask...
... Falling Leaves Close Another Year Regatta Ends The Spring; Football Heralds The Fall [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
... Falling Leaves Close Another Year Regatta Ends The Spring; Football Heralds The Fall THE LAST BIG event of the spring quarter, the Rowboat Regatta combined brawn and beauty to come up with a successful and popular event . . . THEN FINALS, SUMMER school and in September, a return to campus haunts and activities. SPOTLIGHTING THE TWIN bands, drum major Selby Hoff and majorette Sue Ann Hurd added gayety and color to halftimes at football games . . . TOPPING THE QUARTER’S social program, the traditional homecoming game and dance, with queen Arlene Duricky showering charm, grace and dignity on a huge gathering of students and alumni . . . THE VARSITY FOOTBALL season ended with Kent on the plus side of a 5-4 record, but the girls of Delta Gamma and Alpha Xi Delta took over the gridiron for their yearly Powder Puff Bowl game . . . AND PLAYING a different sort of game, members of the local unit of the Pershing Rifles combatted cows as well as each other in a mock battle for the city. A ...
Hard Luck Cagers Look For First Win Lose In Final 15 Seconds; Alvado Dumps In 23 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
Hard Luck Cagers Look For First Win Lose In Final 15 Seconds; Alvado Dumps In 23 By Jim Witzberger The luckless Flashes will try again tonight to notch their first victory of the season. They’ve outplayed, outfought, and outmaneuvered both of their opponents only to lose the game. They lost their second heartbreaker Wednesday night to John Carroll, 86-85. Last week they lost in the last two minutes, Wednesday night victory was taken from them in the final 15 seconds. They jumped out to a quick lead on two baskets by Joe Alvado in the first 30 seconds and stayed ahead until George Dalton, Carroll’s candidate for All-American, caged a one-hander to put them ahead 21-20. The Blue Streaks led 26-21 at the quarters end. Dalton garnered ten of these points. The second period was a seesaw affair before Leo Longville, diminutive Carroll guard got hot, and put them ahead 52-41 at halftime. Dalton had 22 and Alvado 16 points in the first half. Kent came out in the second half fired up. They s...
Cincy, Ohio U, Provide Weekend Opposition [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
Cincy, Ohio U, Provide Weekend Opposition By Bud Ovington With the University of Cincinnati and Ohio university on the Flashes weekend schedule, campus sport fans will have an opportunity to see more top-notch basketball. Ajiyone who has seen Kent’s first two games will adhere to that. Two thrillers are under the wire,' and although we didn’t win, Kent has played some fine games. The Cincinnnati game will be played in the MPE building tonight at 8:15 while the OU game will be played in Athens. Cincinnati and Kent will be playing for the first time in the history of the two schools. Although both are members of the MAC, the Bearcats and Flashes have never met in any sport. OU and Kent are old foes. In the two tilts last season both took one game. Cincinnati coach, George Smith, hasn’t picked his starters yet, but the selection has narrowed to eight men, five of them letterwinners. Senior forwards, Tom Osterman and Larry Imburgia are gunning for starting berths. Captain Osterman, 6-3,...
Xi's Capture First Place [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
Xi's Capture First Place Alpha Xi Delta sorority copped the WAA volleyball championship Wednesday afternoon. The sorority girls defeated Lowry hall 41-27. The winning team was captained by Ellen Volpe. Other members of the victorious team are Marilyn Miller, Lynn Jessup, Pat Maher, Janice Bethel, Marion Ferrell, Nancy Triner, Sally Andreas, Kitty Fisher and Eleanor Smolinski. The entire tournament was directed by Lore Wicke, WAA sport head.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
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Church Groups Schedule End-of-Year Activities [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
Church Groups Schedule End-of -Year Activities Wesley Foundation will hold its annual Children’s party for the underprivileged children of Kent, Saturday, Dec. 13, for 2 to 4 p.m. at the Methodist church. Pat Deis is chairman of the party. Sunday’s activities include: Sun- 4 day School class from 9:15 to 10:15 and attending church in a group afterwards. This Sunday will be the last time the Sunday School class will be taught by Mr. Pake. The last Wesley meeting of the quarter will be Held Sunday evening. It will consist of a cost supper at 6 p.m. followed by worship and a talk by Rev. Ireland on “Four Thousand Years of Christmas.” Concluding the evening’s program will be the singing of the cantata “Song of the Holy Night” by the Wesley choir and carolling. Mid-week vespers will be held Wed., Dec. 17, frrom 7 to 7:30 under the supervision of Chuck Frye, Rev. Ireland will hold open house at his home, on South Lincoln Dec. 18, from 3 to 5 p.m. Rev. and Mrs. Carter will be the special g...
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
WKSU-FM FRIDAY, DEC. 12 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 The Student’s View 12:45 U. S. Marine Show 1:00 Musical Chats 5:00 Stories ‘N’ Stuff 5:30 Easy Listening 5:45 News anfl Sports 6:00 Dinner Hour 7:00 Cavalcade of Music 7:30 Sports Review and Preview 7:45 Concert Stage 8:00 Trip Through Switzerland 8:15 Waltz Time 8:30 News 8:35 Evening Devotions 8:45 Sign off
Phi’s Appoint New Chairmen [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
Phi’s Appoint New Chairmen The Alpha Phi actives surprised their pledges with a Saturday morning breakfast last week. The entire chapter breakfasted together, then cleaned the house. Monday evening has been set aside for the annual Phi Christmas party and dinner. A gift exchange will follow. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Fischer are new Alpha Phi patrons. Alice Jones has been appointed costume chairman for Pork Barrel with Betty Ann Real and Linda Byers directing the prop department. Bernice Elioff is pianist for the show. Shirley Clark will lead the Phi song at the All-Greek, Friday, Jan. 16. Jean Wetzel is chairman of the formal. . Wednesday evening the Phi’s and Kappa Sigs will hold an exchange dinner. One evening next week, the Phi’s and their brother Sigma Nu’s will go Christmas caroling.
Dance Club Plans Final Dance, Groups Hold Pledging, Activation [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
Dance Club Plans Final Dance, Groups Hold Pledging, Activation Eleven girls were pledged to Cardinal Key on Wednesday, bringing the number of girls in the organization up to 25. The new pledges will carry the honorary’s insignia, a red key, until their activation. The eleven girls pledged are:* Betty Jane Cross, Yvonne Garrick, Maritherese Burr, Jean Fenton, and Rita Marie Gattozzi. Ruth Green, Adelaine Metcalf, Betty Moss, Barbara Pickering, Betty Ann Schmid, and Norma Jean Sith complete the list of Cardinal Key pledges. INDEPENDENT STUDENTS ASSOCIATION activated 32 pledges last Friday at the Activation ball held in Moulton Music room. Chaperones for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. John Goudeau, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harris, and Mr. and Mrs. John Popa. Jean Fenton, pledgemistress of ISA was recently pledged to two honoraries, Phi Sigma Xi and Cardinal Key. THE UNIVERSITY FOLK AND SQUARE DANCE CLUB will hold its only dance of December tonight beginning at 7:30 in Moulton Music room. Jerr...