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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
MARCO’S RESTAURANT Home of Fine Food in Kent DELTA TAU DELTA PLEDGE CLASS CAR WASH $l.OO ALL DAY SAT. 223 E. MAIN ST. Delt House ; The STYLE CENTER ; Presents for Your Selection • PAJAMAS BY TOMMIES SLIPS BY LARDS - JEAN VERNON ROBES : | DUSTERS BY DIANA DEON SWEATERS BY BRADLEY AND GARLAND : FREE GIFT WRAPPING Store Open from 9 a.m. till 9 p.m. Starting Fri., Dec. 12th
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 12 December 1952
1 Utah hapjiSned -fo the old rah rah -Spirrf-? IT WENT OUT WITH RACCOON COATS and rumble seats. And we say good riddance. Today’s college man doesn’t die a thousand deaths when the school loses the big game. And his clothes are no longer flashy, fancy and gaudy. For his apparel, he looks to Manhattan® to reflect his quiet, selfassured manner ... his insistence on quality, comfort and casualness. Like this button-down Oxford with just the proper roll to the collar. Or this fine white pique with an eyelet tab collar with just the right degree of difference. We understand the modern college man. We concentrate our efforts, not on fads, but on making a better shirt. Ask for Manhattan ~. and you’ll see how true this is. Shirts, neckwear, underwear, pajamas, sportshirts, beachwear and handkerchiefs mm V; t Mi; PURCELL'S Ph. 6616
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
The DALLY Kent Stater t VOL. XXIX, No. 43 TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1953 Kent^Stateu Editor-in-Chief Ernest Mazza Assistant Marji Dick Busm ... Manager....James L. Young Chief Photographer....Sheldon Factor Managing Editor Ed Cliney Competition Editor AI Pashin r; ~7T ——: r ———— Librarian Janet Mayhall News tor Charles L. Miller Copy E 'tor Carol Levens Assistant Business Manager Reporters Sandy Roads, Marcia Cal Ratcliff Hill, Joy Rhodus, Janet Harsh Advertising Manager....Dick Granger Sports Editor Bill Miller Steve Turchik Assistant Bud Ovington Edition Manager Bryon Radaker Socie y Editor Barb Davidson Circulation Manager Jack Berry The KENT STATER is published daily, 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, O. Subscrip...
Mazza, Young Head Kent Stater Staff [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
Mazza, Young Head Kent Stater Staff Ernest Mazza and James L. Young were the selections of 'the Student Faculty Publications Committee to head the winter Kent Stater staff as Editor and' Business Manager respectively. Mazza, senior journalism stu- 4 i dent from Ashtabula, Ohio is a three-year veteran of the editorial staff, having served as managing editor last winter quarter. Young, a senior commerce student, is a product of Mansfield. He has worked in the Stater business department for two years, having been assistant business manager last quarter. L The winter editorial Stater staff includes: managing editor, Ed Cliney; news editors, Charles L, Miller, Jack Schoonover, Julia Yeagley, Janet de copy editors, Carol Levens, Tom Duke, Larry Carpenter, Hal Mayhew; feature editors, Bill Barrett, Bruce Limpus, Charlotte Frolo, and , Pat Boehmer; sports editor, Bill Miller; society editor, Barbara Davidson; chief photographer, Shelley Factor; librarian, Janet Mayhall. r Members of the bus...
Retreat Will Be Held Here [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
Retreat Will Be Held Here " “On Campus Retreat”, designed to help the individual student clarify his beliefs about life and religion, will be held Jan. 25-28. Rev. Charles V. Ireland, director of the Wesley Foundation, and Bill , Charles, KSU student from Lakewood, are co-chairmen of the Retreat. It will place special emphasis on personal contact, and feature small discussion groups. About 12 visiting speakers will be available for dinner and informal meetings in the evening. In addition, they will hold personal conferences throughout the day. Speakers will conduct discussion groups at the various student residences both on and off campus. Seminars, scheduled daily at 4p.m. will consider the individual topics -pf communism, marriage, and world religions; and will include a Skeptics Hour. These are open to the public. Consultants are Dr. Olive Woodruff; Miss Janet Knapp, acting director of the United 'Christian Fellowship; and Lennie Goldstein, KSU student from Cleveland Heights.
Evening Classes [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
Evening Classes The foreign languages department is sponsoring evening classes in both Russian and German this quarter. * The Russian class, with Dr. Leon Twarog as instructor, will hold meetings every Monday evening from 7:30 to 9:30 in 802 Kent. 1 ' Prof. Walter DeVolld will have the initial meeting of his German class in 312 Kent from 7:30 to 9:30 this evening.
Burr Staff Will Meet [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
Burr Staff Will Meet A meeting of all Chestnut Burr writers and typists will be held tomorrow at 4 p.m. in 109 Merrill to discuss the progress made last quarter and to plan future work. Writers and typists who signed up to work last quarter should continue this quarter if they wish to gain recognition for having worked on the Burr, and to receive keys. Members of the staff who miss this meeting will be disqualified from Burr activities unless they place an excuse note in the mailbox of Anne Liberatti, associate editor. Other students, interested in working on the Burr this quarter, are requested to attend this meeting.
Aviation Writers To Meet Jan. 21 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
Aviation Writers To Meet Jan. 21 The Aviation Writers of America, a group composed of aviation writers from newspapers and trade journals, will hold a northern Ohio regional meeting in the Union Wednesday, Jan. 21. “Problems of Air Force Training,” will be one of two speeches given before the group, whose objective is keeping abreast with the latest developments in aviation. Colonel William G. Workman of the Air Force ROTC will deliver the talk Andrew W. Paton, associate professor of industrial arts, will speak to the group on “The Role of the University in an Air Age.”
ON SALE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
ON SALE Tickets are now on sale for the University theatre’s January production of “The Madwoman of Chaillot.” The play is to be given January 21, 22, and 23 at 8:15 in the Kent State university auditorium. These tickets may be obtained at the desk in front of 119 Kent hall any time throughout the day. Professor G. Harry Wright of the Speech department is directing the production. Heading the cast of characters is Peg Sidley in the title role. She will be supported by a cast consisting of both U.T. veterans and newcomers.
May Obtain Blanks For KSU Queenship [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
May Obtain Blanks For KSU Queenship Upperclass women interested in applying for the title of Miss Kent State may obtain application blanks in the Dean of Women’s office Thursday. The applicants must be of junior or senior standing with a 2.25 accumulative and a 2 point average last quarter. At the social committee meeting last Wednesday, it was also decided to issue 2 a.m. permits to women attending the All-Greek formal to be held this Friday evening at Myers lake as well as for the Military Ball, planned for March 6.
Sharp Wits ... Sharp Pencils [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
Sharp Wits ... Sharp Pencils The only “scoops” at Kent State are those used to dig ice cream out of cartons at the Union. But even with no wars or murders, the student journalists on the staff of the STATER find plenty to do in compiling, writing and editing the news of their friends and coworkers at the University. There’s plenty of room for good workers who wish to become a part of the staff. In addition to reporters and re-write people, photographers, artists, cartoonlists, and clerks are needed to fill important positions on this University’s daily paper. Thursday afternoon at 4, the first organizational meeting of this quarter’s newspaper staff will take place in the STATER office, 115 Merrill hall.
Enrollment Drops As 4,366 Register [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
Enrollment Drops As 4,366 Register The usual drop in winter quarter enrollment is here again, but it is not so severe as in previous years. As of Saturday noon, 4,366 students had registered in the University, according to C. E. Atkinson, registrar. This is a drop of 524 students from last fall’s figures of 4,890. &gt; The decline in enrollment for the same period last year amounted to 618. Fall enrollment a year ago was 5,037, with 4,419 registering for winter quarter. Korean veterans in school total 228 with 60 enrolling this quarter. The fall quarter saw 168 registered. Total registration of veterans, including World War II vets, is 391. There were 183 new students admitted to the University for this quarter also. This is an increase of 29 over last year. Of this quarter’s figure, 141 are beginning freshmen, while 41 are transfer students. The drop in enrollment, which is experienced each winter quarter, according to Atkinson, is due to graduations, dismissals and withdra...
Pickens Plays At All-Greek [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
Pickens Plays At All-Greek Formals and tuxedos will be the order of the evening Friday at Myers Lake Moonlight Ballroom for the annual All-Greek formal. The first formal dance of the school year, the All-Greek is sponsored by Alpha Phi sorority. Thirty Phi pledges will make a formal bow to KSU’s Greek society during intermission. Elaine Horn, president of the sorority, will introduce the coeds. A serenade by their brother fraternity, Sigma Nu, will follow. All active fraternity and sorority members and their dates will be guests at the dance from 8:30 to midnight. Charles Pickens and his orchestra will play for the evening, and University women attending will receive 2 a.m. permits.
Appoint New Radio Staff [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
Appoint New Radio Staff Bill Charles, senior from Lakewood majoring in radiospeech, has been appointed program director of WKSUFM. The staff appointments, were made by Walton D. Clarke, associate professor and director of radio, and John Weiser, instructor of speech and assistant director of radio. The reappointments include: Jim Kissman, senior from Erie, Pa., chief announcer; and Mark Anthony, senior from Middletown, news director. Pete Dignan, senior from Youngstown, is again handling the public relations while the engineering will be done by Henry Schlaeppi, senior from Cleveland, and Cliff Wetmore, freshman from Stow. Marge Petty, continuity director of last quarter, has moved to the position of director of women’s programs, while La Donna Huey has atken over the opst of continuity director. Marge is a junior from Niles, while La Donna is a junior from Amherst. Bernard Russi, junior from Zanesville and assistant sports director last quarter, has been appointed sports director. ...
RESOLUTIONS 1953 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
RESOLUTIONS 1953 I promise to make something of my college career. I promise to draw a dividend from investment of my time and my parents’ hopes in my college experience. I promise to swear off doodling, indifference, and apathy in my school work. I promise to attend all classes, complete all assignments, and to keep useful data for post-graduate reference. I promise to sacrifice my social life for my books (at least for five nights a week). I promise to scald my tongue only once a day on Hub (ugh) coffee. I promise to stand in registration lines only once each quarter with good humor (and I don’t mean the ice cream man). I promise to read the Stater every day with appreciation for the shortcomings of others, as well as of my own. I promise that 1953 will be a year to mark my own advancement, as well as the advancement of time.
EDITORIAL "WE” [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
EDITORIAL "WE” The Kent Stater exists for the benefit of the campus community. This community is composed of about 4000 seldom dull, often dynamic citizens. Each of you is actually a part of the Stater staff and if the paper fails to mirror your trials, tribulations, and triumphs, it cannot pretend to be representative of the campus. How will the Kent Stater try to serve your interests? 1. It will report news-worthy activities in the news columns, which shall be free from opinion and bias. 2. It shall express student and administration opinion about the news in letters to the editor on the editorial page or by interpretative feature articles. 3. It shall offer students an opportunity to acquire practical newspaper experience and skill in writing, advertising, circulation and other business aspects of newspaper work, 4. It shall support the University’s best traditions, and record its history. 5. It shall provide the public with information about its State University. These will be t...
TOO MANY, TOO LATE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
TOO MANY, TOO LATE Registration was a sad commentary of bargain-hunters-in-time on this campus. As a result, many of us bought the “Registration Blues” (so-called because the gym air was that color). But to give credit where it is due, the administration needn’t redden at mention of the fiasco. For the blame can be attached for the most part to students who neglected to pre-register last quarter. As a result these Johns and Janes Comelately held up progress so that the thousands who made an effort to pre-register were held in lengthy fee lines. The administration planned its registration operation on the basis that a week of pre-registration was sufficient to meet the needs of speedy processing of students. The idea was great, but the result was not up to expectations because of the Come-lately clan which stayed away in droves. There’ll be another pre-registra-tion at the end of the quarter. Avoid the “Registration Blues” and be there!
THRU THE YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 January 1953
THRU THE YEARS 10 Years Ago Dean Raymond Manchester’s “Saturday Letters” are called “political propaganda” by members of the state legislature. There is a possibility that there will be a senate investigation. Student activity fees are used to finance the letters. It is on this point that the state officials are attacking. The contention was without foundation. Sports writer Lincoln Hackim, commenting on the Flash basketball squad says, “The only consistent mark in the current combine’s showing is their inconsistency.” * * * Kent coeds would like to keep warm by wearing ski-suits to classes but the Women’s League says “no.” Says the writer of a Stater article, “Must an outfit as practical as a skisuit hang useless in a closet because ‘faculty and others’ disapprove?” 20 Years Ago Local movie house shows “London After Midnight” starring Lon Chaney, Marceline Day, and Conrad Nagel. Coming attraction is Jackie Coogan in “Buttons.” * * * Dr. A. Sellew Roberts (present head of the histor...