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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 22 January 1953
HANDLE WITH CARE. The “fragile” coffee table occupies the center of attention of these characters in the University Theatre production, “The Madwoman of Chaillot.” The play opened last night and is scheduled for performances tonight and tomorrow evening. Left to right are: Barbara Giedicke, Jane Hallam, Peg Sidley and Yvonne Bowen.
Folitella Cited For AAF Duty [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 22 January 1953
Folitella Cited For AAF Duty Dario Politella, assistant professor of journalism, was awarded the Bronze Star medal this week for meritorious service in Korea. The citation accompanying the award said: “Serving simultaneously as an Army aviator and as Public Information office to the Eighth Army, Lt. Politella skillfully collected, coordinated and disseminated news of Army aviation activities in Korea.” Professor Politella also saw service in Europe during World War II as a “Grasshopper” pilot spotting artillery fire of ground units. He returned to Kent in November after ten months in Korea.
New Italian Club Seeks SC Charter [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 22 January 1953
New Italian Club Seeks SC Charter The constitution of the University’s first Italian club, “I Paesani,” will be presented to Student council at their next meeting according to Pres. Gene Impechini. The constitution was read and approved by charter members at their Monday evening meeting. All students and faculty members who are interested in the Italian language and culture are eligible to join. Dewey Amner, professor of Hispanic studies, is faculty advisor.
BURR PICS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 22 January 1953
BURR PICS Organizations which have not signed contracts or made arrangements for their group pictures to be taken for the Chestnut Burr must contact the Chestnut Burr by 4 p.m. Friday, according to Ron Moscati, editor. A contract must be signed with the Burr before a picture will be taken. Groups may make arrangements by calling Pat Cain, organizations editor at extensions 272 or 320.
SC Sets Elections; Three Quit Posts [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 22 January 1953
SC Sets Elections; Three Quit Posts By Bill Barrett Student council approved the minutes of the election committee in Wednesday’s meeting and thus started in motion the machinery that will eventually fill the vacancies in Student council and Men’s union. Further vacancies were created" when Council accepted three members resignations. Jim Cuppy dropped because he felt that he did not have the time to devote to Council since he is carrying a heavy scholastic load. Barbara Arnold and Hal Morgan withdrew due to deficiencies in point averages. Sonia Andel was elected by Council to replace Cuppy as a “holdover” representative and her sophomore post will be filled in the election. Date for the election was set as Tuesday, Feb. 10. Petition for the vacant offices may be picked up at the information booth in the Atrium or at the Delta Gamma house, through Friday. Petitions are due in by Friday, Jan. 30. Posts open include a junior, a freshman and two sophomore representatives to Student cou...
Off-Campus Women To File For Available Dorm Space [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 22 January 1953
Off-Campus Women To File For Available Dorm Space Dormitory space will be available next quarter for offcampus women, according to Mrs, Rhema A. Fair student residence advisor. Registrants must file in the residence office 111 M. by March 1. There will be plenty of campus' housing in the spring, Mrs. Fair stated, “our big problem is the fall quarter.” This quarter there are 629 women living in the three women’s dorms. Engleman houses 283, Lowry 143, and Moulton 253. A new women’s residence hall is now in the planning stage, to accommodate most of the women students. Mrs. Fair stated that a women’s dorm is needed more than a men’s dormitory because it is considered more desirable for a woman to live on campus.
Alumnus Receives AF Silver Medal [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 22 January 1953
Alumnus Receives AF Silver Medal The first officer to be commissioned by the Air Force Reserve Training Corps detachment at Kent State is Lt. Roy D. Northridge. Lt. Northridge was graduated from the University in December. He was selected as the outstanding Air Force cadet and presented with the Air Force Association’s Silver medal for the academic year, 195152.
Navy Promotes KSU Alumnus [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 22 January 1953
Navy Promotes KSU Alumnus A Kent State alumnus, Gerald J. Celebreeze, was graduated from the U. S. Naval school, Pre-Flight, in Pensacola, Florida on Dec. 19, 1952. Celebrezze was graduated from Kent State in June, 1952. He entered the Naval Service in August, 1952, at the Naval Air station in Akron. He is now assigned to the U. S. Naval Auxiliary air station, Whiting Field Milton, Florida, where he is engaged in primary flight training.
Wave Gives Talk Today [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 22 January 1953
Wave Gives Talk Today Miss Dorothy V. Diles, Lt., USNR, will speak to University women interested in the United States Navy’s Reserve Officer Candidate program for women Thursday, Jan. 22. Qualified college women may enlist in the Naval Reserve, and complete two six-week training courses, given with pay during the summer. After graduation, they are eligible for a Reserve commission. Miss Diles will confer with coeds between 3:30 and 5 p.m. in room 207.
Drop Classes By Feb. 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 22 January 1953
Drop Classes By Feb. 2 Deadline for withdrawal from classes has been set for February 2, according to the registrar’s office. No grade will be recorded for classes dropped before that date. However, from Feb. 2 to March 9 a grade of withdrawal passing will be given the student. After that date at failing grade will be recorded.
POME [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 22 January 1953
POME Pulitzers may never go To staffers of the Stater, And history may never know Your talents now or later. But service on this daily sheet May find a niche for you As newsy notes and eddy bleat Will tell how, when, what, why and who. So, join the newsmen at their mills And watch your world go by, As columns, heads and photo stills Reflect who, when, how, what and why. —Anon.
Generations Of Joiners [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 22 January 1953
Generations Of Joiners There is a peculiar breed of human animal in the social zoo who lives and breathes through membership cards. He is particularly noticeable on college campuses (or is it campi?) He is quick, clever and gregarious. He is full of the best intentions, but is forced into the poorest of performances. He is so busy carving his future that he neglects the solid pedestal on which to rest it. In an earnest but illogical desire to aid his fellow members, he joins the English club, the history club, the science club, the geography club, the reading club, the astrologers circle, and the soccer team. But, being a human animal, he is restricted by time in the extent and value of his contributions. As a participant in educational experience, he misunderstands the encouragement he is given to broaden himself by joining extracurricular activities. He makes his college years a major study of campus organizations. He finds his fellows in later life among the neo-socialites and Ja...
The Right Direction [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 22 January 1953
The Right Direction In the early days of the American education system, the nation’s youth went to college in order to “belong” to the upper strata of society to which they were soon destined to become a part. Usually, only the sons and daughters of the prosperous families were called upon to fulfill the social obligation. It was considered their duty to spend four years at a college of their preference, enter into a variety of social activities, and to graduate merely for the sake of obtaining a diploma. (Travel would later “broaden” their knowledge and experience.) Since that time of the nation’s first schools of higher learning, the type of student has gradually changed. Through the years, young men and even women entered the university with only a down-pay-ment on their education. They stud- ied days and worked in the evenings. This practice was not only tolerated but encouraged by colleges that made countless jobs available which put tuition and board on a pay-as-you-work basis...
Boosters Have Big Job [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 22 January 1953
Boosters Have Big Job The Booster club booth in Merrill hall is a familiar sight to all of us. However, many have only a vague idea of its functions and purpose. This club promotes many activities throughout the University, Each year, in the fall, an award is presented to the year’s most outstanding athlete. “Twirp night,” held at a freshman' football game in the fall, is another Booster project. Spring quarter, the club sponsors an entry in Penny Carnival. This entry is non-competitive, with all profits donated to the Penny Stater fund. In the HPE building, the “Hall of Fame” is maintained by the Boosters, and in the latter part of the year, they sponsor an all-Uni-versity dance. All campus organizations, independents and Greeks, are represented in Booster club. Organizations, with the required 75% membership, are allowed one vote. Membership, however, is also open to the general student body. All are urged to lend their support.