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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 January 1953
NOW...Scientific Evidence on Effects of Smoking! Regular and King-Size \ * 1 , :SteB(PR Mttes ■I ... »:■ ■ IK % % kj IGA RTTTES ussftr a t«s toeAcssaca 8 ’•*•&gt;*« : •: &gt; CONTAINS TOBACCOS OF BETTER QUALITY AND HIGHER PRICE THAN ANY OTHER KING-SIZE CIGARETTE A medical specialist is making regular bimonthly examinations of a group of people from various walks of life. 45 percent of this group have smoked Chesterfield for an average of over ten years. After ten months the medica r specialist reports that he observed... no adverse effects on the nose / throat and sinuses of the group from smoking ChesterfieldL MUCH MiIDER CHESTERFIELD IS BEST FOR YOU Copyright 1933. Liggett &amp; Myiks Tobacco Ca
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 21 January 1953
The DALLY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 48 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1953 Kent^tater Editor-in-Chief Ernest Mazza Competition Editor A1 Pashin Business Manager....James L. Young Librarian Janet Mayhall Managing Editor Ed Cliney Reporters—Hal May hew, Marcia Hill, ZTJ- -: — Janet Harsh, Joy Rhodus, MariP Jack S ch° on ov er therese B Jim Butler Copy Editor „..Hal Mayhew ! Co-Feature Editors—Char Frolo, Pat Assistant Business Manager Boehmer .....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,...
Students Watch Inauguration On TV Facilities Jammed; Viewers Attentive [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 21 January 1953
Students Watch Inauguration On TV Facilities Jammed; Viewers Attentive By Ernie Mazza and Flo Lou Lawrence The campus moved indoors yesterday afternoon between the hours of 11:40 until 2 to watch the telecast of President Eisenhower’s inauguration. Classes were dismissed by the University during this period so that the.students could sit in with history. On-campus facilities were jammed. Approximately 250 beseiged the Hub recreation room, 100 invaded the lobby of the Library, 75 crammed into the journalism lounge and 90 sat at the Engleman lounge set. Lowry and Moulton hall attendance was reported high. For the mcst part, student viewers watched the proceedings solemnly. They smiled, however, when Gov. Frank J. Lausche of Ohio arrived late. As the preliminaries dragged on, viewers became impatient, “Aw The United States was without a president for 32 minutes Tuesday. The Constitution says the presidential term shall end at noon on Jan. 20. Harry S. Truman’s nearly eight years as Pre...
INTERVIEWS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 21 January 1953
INTERVIEWS Graduating seniors and graduate students may register in the appointments office for job interviews. Records of each student must be completed as soon as possible. Because of the great demand for teachers, positions are being filled early. Graduate students are especially needed.
Wesley Casts For Musical [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 21 January 1953
Wesley Casts For Musical Tryouts for the second annual allUniversity Benefit musical, sponsored by Wesley foundation, will be held at the Wesley house, 511 East Main street, at 7:30 tonight. Tryouts also will be held at the First Methodist church at 9 a.m. Saturday. The musical, “On Stage,” will be presented at Shine’s Kent theatre at 8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 12-13. All students who are interested in singing, dancing, drama, comedy, stage crew work, or costumes may try out. Students who cannot attend either meeting, but who would like to participate in the show, may notify Dick Sharrock or Roy Brown, codirectors.
Dates Needed For PR Dance [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 21 January 1953
Dates Needed For PR Dance University women may file applications qualifying them as blind dates for the Pershing Rifle dance May 9. These applications are not binding, and if a student finds she is unable to attend she may withdraw. Four hundred and fifty visiting riflemen will find themselves dateless unless an equal number of women volunteer. To date 150 have registered. Those interested may put the following information in George Fletcher’s student mailbox: name, lairthdate, Kent address, phone, college, color of hair and eyes. Pictures should be supplied if possible.
OMEA Music Festival Will Feature Concert Jan. 24 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 21 January 1953
OMEA Music Festival Will Feature Concert Jan. 24 A concert by high school musicians at 8 p.m., Jan. 24, will climax an all-day music festival of orchestras from 39 Northeastern Ohio high schools. The festival is a district semi-finaT competition for the all-state band contest in the spring. It is sponsored by the Ohio Music Educators association to further interest in high school orchestra activities. Stanley Davis, director of the Newton Falls high school band, is chairman of the event, and Louis P. Krch of the KSU music faculty is in charge of campus arrangements for the program.
Beneke Plays At Military Ball Formal Dance Set March 6 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 21 January 1953
Beneke Plays At Military Ball Formal Dance Set March 6 Tex Beneke’s “Music In The Miller Mood,” will furnish the background for the fourth annual Military Ball at Myers Lake March 6, according to Maynard Buck, general chairman. Judging for the “Honorary Cadet Colonel” will begin Feb. 17. Campus organizations may submit as many applications for the title as they wish, and wearing apparel is open to the discretion of the applicant. A combined Army and Air Force ROTC board of six, and one outside judge will choose the winner. Tickets for the all-University dance will be available immediately from designated members of the sponsoring organizations at $5 a couple. A corsage for the formal affair is included in the admission price. Beneke will make his first appearance at a University dance since taking over the band in 1944 after Miller’s death. From 1938 until the band broke up during the war he played tenor sax and was a featured vocalist with the Miller organization. Chairmen for the ...
APPLY NOW [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 21 January 1953
APPLY NOW Applications for Miss Kent State must be filed in the Dean of Women’s office today. Applicants must be juniors or seniors, have a 2.25 cumulative average, and a 2. average last quarter. Coeds must also submit a picture and a list of campus activities. Miss Kent State will reign at the annual Top Hop, Feb. 28.
Art Prof Has Print Selected [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 21 January 1953
Art Prof Has Print Selected Homer Weiner, KSU art instructor, is one of five Ohio artists selected to participate in the annual American Artists exhibit of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York city. His print, “Votive Machines,” is one of 550 out of 7,000 drawings, prints, and water colors chosen to hang in the nationwide competition.
New Responsibilties [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 21 January 1953
New Responsibilties Theme of America’s world leadership which President Eisenhower stressed in his inauguration speech places renewed emphasis upon the responsibilities of universities, colleges and technical schools in this country. One of the basic concepts of American leadership is that freedom can be retained only by a fully informed people. Information can be properly used only by persons who are educated in its use. Therefore, education will play an increasingly important part during this atomic era when, as the new President pointed out, science has developed the means by which the whole planet can destroy itself. Individual responsibilities are great. They have become increasingly great during the last two decades when America has passed from isolationism to its proper place as a leader in the world community. No longer will classroom isolationism of “ivory tower” theoretics satisfy the student in this new era of American history. The universities will be bound to give the c...
The Leading Role [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 21 January 1953
The Leading Role Tonight the “Madwoman of Chaillot,” by Jean.. Giradoux, will be presented by the University Theatre. Whether or not students care for the theme of the play, the production will be one of the greatest undertaken by the thespians and should be of interest to anyone who likes large-scale dramatics. This play, as all those that have preceded it, represents a tremendous amount of effort on the part of actors, director, stage crew, and the infinite number of students who promote the play in one way or another. The students who view the extravaganza however, play an equally important role as those who apply the grease paint. Play-goers have the chance to attend merely by showing their activity card at the door and to obtain choice seats. They are vested with the authority to bestow judgment, negative or affirmative. They represent opportunity for laughter, suspense, tears, and applause. Only their feelings and emotions can decide for the potential Barrymores and Bankheads ...
KSU Cheerleaders Energetic Quartet [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 21 January 1953
KSU Cheerleaders Energetic Quartet By Pat Boehmer One of the smallest groups on campus which hasn’t received its just recognition, is the energetic quartet known as the varsity cheerleading squad. Most students know the cheer-3&gt;— — leaders only in the role of cheerleader. How many people know where the cheerleaders are from, what they are majoring in,,or even v/hat their names are? Rick Arick, 20, is a junior in elementary education from Valley City, Ohio. A cheerleader in high school, Liverpool High, Rick has been a varsity cheerleader at Kent for two years and was on the reserve squad for one year. She is a member of Chi Omega. Another three-year veteran of cheerleading at Kent is Reita Williams. Reita began as a reserve cheerleader and has been a varsity cheerleader for two years. She is a 21-year-old senior from Euclid majoring in English education. Jerry Walker is a 19-year-old junior from Akron. A cheerleader at Stow high school, Jerry has been a varsity cheerleader...
On Sleep ... [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 21 January 1953
On Sleep ... Have you ever heard of a book written for the express purpose of putting the reader to sleep? (No, I’m not referring to a text book!) “Relax and Live,” by Joseph Kennedy, contains one chapter which is not to be read by the reader, but to him, because he will be asleep before it is finished. This chapter contains information used by Kennedy to teach his clients his method of relaxation. Inaugurations, exams, food (liquid and solid), term papers, “heart trouble,” Hub smoke, and so on may result in many sleepless nights for the student, but this book promises a solution to this problem. Kennedy’s book supplies the needed information to send the reader to dreamland without the use of sleeping pills or any other artificial aids. He claims that it can show you how to develop “passive” and “rhythmic” relaxation. The reader once released from tension, will have greater efficiency in both work and play. But first the victim of tension must be made aware of the signs of it, and i...
LITTLE PROF [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 21 January 1953
LITTLE PROF By Larry Carpenter Our questions for today underwent considerable research, and we are happy to say that we have managed to eke out a few answers. However, we are now minus two “Little Prof” staff members due to the first question listed below. I don’t want any more of my men ta speak in such harsh tones me, so kindly refrain from asking these types. Q —“The smoke stack attached to the heating plant has for some time fascinated me. I find my curiosity demanding an answer to the following question. Would you please count the bricks and let me know how many there are?”— Joseph Steiner, B.A. A —Undoubtedly you are trying to be humorous, Mr. Steiner, but we have taken your question seriously, and are at present attempting to secure an answer. The first man I sent out on the job—never returned. Number two man counted 4,758 bricks when he became the victim of a slight mishap. As a final resort I undertook the assignment myself, and because of it I’m typing this article with my...