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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
The DALLY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 47 TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1953 KEN'IggTATER Editor-in-Chief Ernest Mazza Competition Editor A1 Pashin Business Manager.. ..James L. Young Librarian Janet Mayhall Managing Editor Ed Cliney Reporters-Hal Mayhew Marcia Hill, . _ Janet Harsh, Joy Rhodus, ManNews Editor ...Charles L. Miller therese Burr, Jim Butler Copy Editor Carol Levens Assistant Business Manager Feature Editor Bill Barrett Cal Ratcliff Sports Editor Bill Miller Advertising Manager....Dick Granger Assistant Bud Ovington Assistant Advertising Manager .... Society Editor Barb Davidson Steve Turchik Assistant Marji Dick Edition Manager Byron Radaker Chief Photographer....Sheldon Factor Circulation Manager Jack Berrey 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 ...
’Madwoman’ To Open For 3 Night Run Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
’Madwoman’ To Open For 3 Night Run Wednesday “The Madwoman of Chaillot,” by Jean Giradoux, will open a three night run tomorrow evening at 8:15 in the auditorium. &gt; Giradoux, a Frenchman, wrote the play while he was a Nazi prisoner in World War 11. It was produced in France following the war, and later in the United States, His theme is satirical of the continual conflict between the greed in the world, as illustrated by the power-hungry bankers and businessmen, and their idealistic humanity of such people as Countess Aurelia, the Madwoman of Chaillot. Peg Sidley, a senior from Akron, is cast in the leading role of the Countess. Her three cohorts in kindness are played by Jane Hallam as Constance, Yvonne Bowen as Gabrielle, and Barbara Giedicke as Josephine. The Ragpicker is being portrayed by a UT veteran, Bill Feaster, who is known for his past performances of comedy parts on the Kent stage. Irma, the faithful young aid to the Countess, is played by Mary Stephenson. Opp...
Name 7 Coeds For Queenship [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
Name 7 Coeds For Queenship Phi Sigma Kappa has announced the candidates for queen of the annual all-University Snowball dance, Friday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the University club in Akron. Queen contestants are Nancy Munson, Alpha Phi; Milly Bloom, Alpha Xi Delta; Tykie Balaum, Delta Gamma; Marcia Hill, Chi Omega; Flo Lou Lawrence, Delta Zeta; Lois Bruckner, Gamma Phi Beta; and Joan Cress, Alpha Chi Omega. The Kingsmen, a seven piece orchestra and vocalist, will provide music for the dance. All women at- » tending will receive 2:30 permits. * Tickets are on sale next to the Booster booth and from Phi Sigma members.
Speakers Named For Heat Seminar [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
Speakers Named For Heat Seminar Randolph Nelson and James Martin, representatives of the National Warm Air Heating and Air Conditioning association of Cleveland, and Cleveland architect Richard A. Keller will be the featured speakers at a seminar here today from 6 to 9 p.m. The seminar will consider problems of heating houses from the viewpoint of architect, builder, contractor, and consumer. It is free of charge.
Rush Deadline Set For Today [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
Rush Deadline Set For Today Today is the deadline to register for winter quarter sorority rushing. Registration is from 9 a.m. to noon, and from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Booster booth. All sororities without a full quota of 60 members will take part in informal rushing. Pledging services on Feb. 26 will climax the 12-day rush period. Requirements for rushing are as follows: coeds must be regularly enrolled at the University, be carrying a minimum of 12 hours, and have a 2. cumulative and a 2. for last quarter.
Classes Dismissed For Inauguration [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
Classes Dismissed For Inauguration Classes will be dismissed today from 11:40 a.m. to 2 p.m. to enable students to hear and see television and radio broadcasts of the inauguration ceremonies. This announcement came from Pres. George A. Bowman, who said: “For the first time in our history as a nation, the inauguration ceremonies of the President of the United States may be viewed on television sets from coast to coast.” &gt; “We feel that we should give students, faculty and all employes who wish and who can take advantage of this opportunity, the privilege of witnessing this event.” Eleven o’clock classes will be dismissed ten minutes early and no 12 or one o’clock classes will be held. Class sessions will resume at 2 p.m. Television sets throughout the University will be available to students. The Library will have a set in the main lobby. It will be turned on at 10:30 a.m. The Student union’s TV set in the card room will be available and the radio broadcast will be carried...
Dean Featured On 'Ohio Story’ [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
Dean Featured On 'Ohio Story’ Raymond B. Manchester, dean of men, will be the subject of an “Ohio Story” radio broadcast tomorrow, at 8:30 p.m. on WGAR. It will also be rebroadcast Thursday, Jan. 22 at 7:35 a.m. on WAKR. The program will review highlights of Manchester’s 26-year career as adviser to the University’s male students. He achieved nation-wide recognition for his “Saturday Letters.” These weekly messages were devised by Manchester in order to reach more students than he could hope to talk with personally. The letters go to a mailing list of 500 colleges, universities, libraries, editors, school superintendents and teachers weekly.
Communism Is Speech Topic [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
Communism Is Speech Topic Joseph Politella, professor of philosophy, will speak on “Communism as a Philosophy of Life” at tonight’s meeting of the International Relations club. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in 205 U. Professor Politella will discuss the roots of Communism in dialectical materialism, , attitudes toward life which it promotes, and the relation of Communism to religion.
On Campus Talks Set [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
On Campus Talks Set Communism, world religions, and marriage will be discussed during the “On Campus Retreat” seminars beginning Jan. 26. The seminars are designed to give the individual student a better understanding of religion in everyday living. “Men, Maidens and Marriage” will be led by Dr. Robert H. Bonthius, professor of religion at the College of Wooster. He will speak at 4 p.m. Monday and Wednesday, and on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Rabbi Alan S. Green, of the Shaker Heights Temple Emanuel congregation, will speak on “Judaisms’ Contribution to Christianity,” Tuesday afternoon at 4. A seminar on “The World’s Religions” will be conducted by Dr. J. William Lee Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday at 4 p.m. He is a professor of the philosophy of religions and Christian missions at the Oberlin Graduate School of Theology. The story of World Neighbors, Inc. an organization to combat Communism through neighborliness; and a discussion of the life of prayer will be given by Mrs. William Miller of ...
In Step With Time [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
In Step With Time Release of students from classes today to watch the televised inauguration of our new President shows the university administration to be in step with time. The step is not new on this campus, since television has been made available to students for some years. However, allowing students to watch history in the making on this newest communications medium instead of hearing about it from the lecture platform, is a further indi- cation that the welfare of the student is of prime consideration here at KSU. Education institutions can only provide opportunities for learning; the rest is up to the individual. Some students will undoubtedly take advantage of the recess of classes to promote personal activities. But we hope that the majority will join us at the nearest TV set to watch our first Presidential inauguration at armchair distance, courtesy of KSU.
Ship Of State, Junior Class [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
Ship Of State, Junior Class The officers of the junior class ship of state are about to cast off. What they need most is a large, sturdy crew of fellow juniors to man the oars. This class, more than any other, is the upholder of the tradition at Kent. If the crew fails to report for duty the ship could be left at dockside. The Popularity Ball and the Jun-ior-Senior Prom are two of the biggest campus events of the year. Both are sponsored by the Juniors. But neither will approach reality unless the class gives its complete personal, as well as financial support. Already the officers have sent invitations to each organization on campus, asking them to encourage their entire junior membership to attend the big opening meeting. To plan events, the officers need at least 150 people to lead and work on social, financial, and publicity committees. Meeting will be launched at 4 p.m., Thursday in the Union ballroom. Signing on of a full crew will assure juniors of continued success as uphold...
Eisenhower’s Day Full [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
Eisenhower’s Day Full From the official program of events one can see that it will be a full day for Dwight D. Eisenhower and his running mate Richard Nixon today. The day will probably be indicative of the four years which face the new leaders of our country. Events will start in full at noon with the formal inaugural ceremonies in front of the Capitol. There will then be a private lunch for Eisenhower and his guests in the office of the senate secretary. At 1:30 p.m. the inaugural parade will begin and will pass in front of the new president’s reviewing stand. Evening festivities will feature the twin inaugural balls (by invitation only) to be held at the National Guard Armory and the Georgetown university auditorium. The weather forecast calls for rather cloudy with temperatures in the 40’s, but probably no rain.
THRU THE YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
THRU THE YEARS 15 Years Ago Frosh student disappears. Leaves rooming house with all his clothes. No clues as to why he would leave. Some friends think that he left to join band.—Two weeks later he returns —with his bride. He is a licensed barber so now he will “cut hair instead of classes,” • • • Delta Phi Sigma on six weeks social probation for improperly handling a social card. 20 Years Ago Pres. James O. Engleman astonished when an Illinois paper returns his baby picture which was used in a contest some 16 years ago. “Not much like a college president, is it?” says Dr. Engleman. An editorial calls for the removal of the “unsightly and unkept tennis courts on the front campus” and asks for a student fund so that hedges may be planted along the “front and side of the campus.” ♦ ♦ * Men’s checker tournament opens under the direction of Dean Manchester. It will be held in the Men’s smoking room in Merrill hall, 25 Years Ago News item: “Blowouts feature the basketball trip. Nine tires...