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Winter Rush Registration To Begin Monday For Coeds [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
Winter Rush Registration To Begin Monday For Coeds Unaffiliated coeds who plan to participate in winter informal rushing must register Monday, Jan. 19, and Tuesday, Jan. 20, according to Pan Hellenic council. Registration is scheduled from' 9 a.m. to noon, and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the Booster booth. A fee of $1.25 to cover the clerical expenses of rushing must be paid at the time of registration. To be eligible for pledging, women must be regularly enrolled in the University and must be carrying a minimum of 13 hours. Except for first quarter freshmen, all coeds planning to rush must have a 3. cumulative average, and a 3. for last quarter. The informal rush period will open Feb. 14 and climax with pledging services Feb. 26. Parties are scheduled for Feb. 15, 16, 18, and 19. Preference cards will be signed Feb. 25. All sororities except those with a full quota of 60 members will take part in rushing activities. Dress at all parties will be casual skirts and sweaters, bobby sox or hose...
Marines To Offer New Appointments [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
Marines To Offer New Appointments The Marine Corps and Air Force Reserves are offering commissions and schooling to interested college graduates and seniors. Seniors and graduates are asked to apply before March 15 for a 10week training course with the Marine .Corps Officers candidate group. Upon successful completion of this course, men are commissioned as second lieutenants in the Marine Corp Reserves and are retained on active duty for two years. For information, write to Captain Belli, room 500, Federal building, Cleveland, Ohio. Both men and women college graduates and seniors may obtain direct commissions as second lieutenants in the Air Force Reserves and receive a full year of govern-ment-paid schooling in basic meteorology. Those interested can obtain application forms by writing to the Commanding General, Air Weather Service, Washington 25, D. C.
A Cappella Choir Sings In Alliance [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
A Cappella Choir Sings In Alliance The University’s 60 member a cappella choir is in Alliance today presenting a program in the city’s schools. The choir, under the direction of Robert H. Foulkes of the music faculty, will sing in the high school and new B.F. Stanton junior high. From 12:30 to 1 p.m. the program from the high school will be recorded for a broadcast over the Alliance FM radio station, WFAH. Music by Brahms, Schuman, and Giovanni Gabrieli will be included in the programs.
Librarian Speaks To Faculty Group [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
Librarian Speaks To Faculty Group Edwin E. Willoughby, chief bibliographer of the Folger-Shakespeare library, Washington, D. C., will address faculty members at the annual library staff open house Friday eve- . ning, Jan. 16. His topic will be, “The FolgerShakespeare Library and It’s Treasures.” Special displays of rare books from private collections and new library equipment also have been planned for the open house.
The Big Three [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
The Big Three With the appointment of Miss Janet Knapp to the position of acting director of the United Christian Fellowship on campus, the university religious office is brought up to its full strength of three once more. Miss Knapp, who worked with her predecessor Rev. A. Laten Carter in setting up the UCF organizational machinery this year, was the logical successor to the position. She has earned the respect and confidence of the group while working with Reverend Carter and has made many other friends as well. In counseling students on spiritual matters, she joins Rev. Charles V. Ireland, director of Wesley Foundation, and Rev. George P. Mulroy, chaplain of the Newman club. Together, these three, also represent an opportunity for students of all faiths to gather together with people of their own denomination for social, religious and cultural activity. Miss Knapp will bring to United Christian Fellowship the same inspirational leadership which has characterized the organization ...
Opportunity Knocks [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
Opportunity Knocks An exciting challenge is now being offered to students who pride themselves on writing “deathless prose” and composing “inspiring, hit songs.” The challenge is meaningful since the best work will be presented across the footlights as “No Time For Classes,” the student written, directed, and acted production in April. “No Time For Classes” was born of student ambition to satirize the best in college life. Since its beginning it has made use of creative writers, natural talent, and volunteer stage crews. Although all were inexperienced they entered into their jobs with a fierce determination to make good and generally did. This year’s parade of events offers potential script writers the same opportunity. There are no rules governing the length of scripts and the play may be original or adapted. This should be an added incentive to authors who are yearning to come up with a super-colossal production, (preferably a musical comedy). Oftentimes many, rigid rules are dis...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
COMPARING THE deflating American dollar with the Cuban peso of like value, are Professor Alberto Pamies, Laurlie Thomas, and Victoria Lalli. They obtained the peso during Christmas vacation when they visited the island country of Cuba. Pamies is an associate professor in foreign languages, while both the Misses Thomas and Lalli are graduate students in the field.
Graduate Student Tours Campus In Wheel Chair [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
Graduate Student Tours Campus In Wheel Chair Edward Cobb, a 29-year-old graduate student from Akron, has proved you can go to college in a wheel chair and do a good job of it. Ed is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Cobb, 778 Greenwood avenue, Akron, and from looking at his past activities you would never know he is handicapped. In 1942, after graduation from&lt; Salem high school, Ed spent a semester at Ohio Northern university in Ada, but that was cut short by his draft call by the army. It was during the fall of 1944 in France that Ed contracted the polio that has crippled him. “They put me in all sorts of army hospitals,” Ed recalled. “I guess I was the longest in the Army-Navy General hospital in Hot Springs, Arkansas.” It was there that Ed decided he would take his challenge and go to college even in a wheel chair. First, he went to Pepperdine collge in Los Angles, and then to Baldwin-Wallace college for three years, where he graduated last June with a bachelor of arts...
THRU THE YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
THRU THE YEARS By Bill Barrett 15 Years Ago Ben McGinnis (present coordinator of veterans affairs) is president of senior class and is attempting to organize his group. * * * “Ceiling Zero” will open a twoday run in the University Theatre. Don Shilmiller will play the lead and will wear the flying uniform, worn by Pat O’Brien in the Hollywood movie of the same name. * * * From the sports column: “Referees Titus Lobach and Russell Rupp called 44 personal fouls and two technical fouls in the Kent-Baldwin-Wallace game. Seven men were banished, two for fighting. 30 Years Ago A student fell through the ice while skating at Silver Lake and was rescued after some heroic work by a classmate. * * * The Kent cagers dumped Bald-win-Wallace, 36-25, as DeLeone scored his only goal of the night with a set shot from mid-court with three seconds remaining. It was Kent’s first win after 17 straight losses. 35 Years Ago Poet Edgar Guest, a member of the Detroit Free Press staff, will read some of his...
KENT ONFIDENTIAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
KENT ONFIDENTIAL By Jim Butler PROFILE . . . ola frustrated basketball coach. This is an inside look at the mind of Clarence “Bud” Haerr, Kent’s hard luck coach. It’s a look at the thinking of a coach who has lost six games by five or less points. Haerr, in his second year as head coach at Kent, started the season with few veterans and not much optimism on the part ol*m* followers. But his team amazed everyone by coming so close to many of the top teams of Ohio and the Mid-American conference. On the bench Haerr is a ball of fire. He shouts. He yells. He buries his face in his hands. But above all he thinks. He thinks of the fourth quarter and wonders if his team will hold out. Most of the time this year, ( . they haven’t. Haerr stays up late at nights. This is so he won’t get in bed and start thinking about the team’s mistakes. During his career Haerr has built up two superstitions. He never gets a haircut on the day of a game and he wears the same suit after winning a game. But he...
Language Students Meet Batista [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
Language Students Meet Batista By Larry Carpenter Christmas vacation, Cuban style, was. celebrated several weeks ago by four foreign language students when they accompanied Professor Alberto Pamies, foreign language instructor, to his home town of Havanna, Cuba. Graduate students Victoria Lalli* and Laurlie Thomas, along with seniors Don Shelton and John Lowe, rode with Professor Pamies to Key West where they obtained a plane and flew to the seaport city of Havanna. Professor Pamies conducted their tour of the city and La Habana province, which included visits to Moro Castle, radio and TV shows, and the Cuban Capitol buildings, which are replicas of our own in Washington, D. C. A definite high point of the trip was an evening spent at the Cuban Army and Navy club where they were introduced to President Fulgencio Batista, highest executive of Cuba’s government. “Cubans are extremely friendly, and the men especially chivalrous,” the girls commented. One of their few bad impressions wa...
Golden Flashes To Seek 4th Win At Wittenberg [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
Golden Flashes To Seek 4th Win At Wittenberg By Bill Miller Maybe the close ones are going Kent’s way now. You’ll have to wait until Saturday night to be sure, though. That’s when the Golden Flashes will head down-state to Springfield to play Wittenberg. Tuesday night the Flashes won’ the first “close” game they’ve been in all year by beating arch-rival fcbungstown 69-65 at the MPE building. The win was Kent’s third of the season, as against seven defeats. All seven setbacks were by five-point margins or less. Coach Bud Haerr’s Kent men took a 3-2 lead early in the first quarter and held the lead the rest of the game. They led 20-14 at the end of the first period, 41-30 at halftime, and 55-44 at the close of the third stanza. But with six minutes and 50 seconds left, Percy Grenfell, sparkplug of the Kent team, hurt his ankle and had to leave the game. The KSU offense fell apart after this, and Youngstown almost caught up in the closing minutes. Leo Kolk, a 6 ft. 4 in. substitute who...
Foreigners! [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
Foreigners! Two of the 55 men listed on the 1952-53 Kent State winter athletics brochure (basketball, wrestling, and swimming) are from out-of-state. Both are on the cage squad. Flashy junior guard Joe Alvado is a resident of North Tarrytown, N. Y., and Jim Covery, substitute guard, is a sophomore from Easton, Maryland. Alvado was third in scoring for the Golden Flashes last year with 230 points.
Haerr 'Finds’ Alvado Playing In Gymnasium [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
Haerr 'Finds’ Alvado Playing In Gymnasium North Tarrytown, N. Y.’s, Joe Alvado is one of the two out-of-staters appearing on the Kent State winter athletic roster. Their scrappy 5 ft. 10 in. junior guard is the second high scorer on the Golden Flashes cage squad, averaging a little better than 12 points a game for nine games. Alvado, an accurate man on the# 1 set shot and a fighting defensive player, reached his season peak with 23 points against John Carorll, a game which Kent lost 86-85. -He scored 21 points in the Flashes 72-66 upset of Cincinnati. Teaming with high - scoring Percy Grenfell, Alvado gives Kent one of the most powerful one-two scoring punches in the state. The “Mighty Midgets” (Grenfell is only 5 ft. 8 in.) have combined for 267 points in nine games, an average of nearly SO points a game. A discovery of Coach Bud Haerr, Alvado is also a top-notch shortstop during baseball season. When he came to Kent in 1950, Joe had no intention of playing basketball until Coach H...
Girl’s Tourney Starts Jan. 20 In Wills Gym [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 January 1953
Girl’s Tourney Starts Jan. 20 In Wills Gym Basketball for all university women will get underway Tuesday, Jan. 20 in Wills gym. The teams will be divided into leagues, and there will be a roundrobin tournament within each league. After the round-robin is finished, teams with the highest number of points will be put into an elimination tournament to decide the championship. Team lists are now up at the dormitories and sororities. Anyone interested is asked to sign up. The tournament will be supervised by Marilyn Lament, basketball head of the Women’s Athletic association.