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Police Serves Campus In Multi-Role Job [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
Police Serves Campus In Multi-Role Job By Dick Wynn Recently I had the opportunity to accompany and assist a member of the University police force, Sgt. Clem G. Ryan, in his nightly routine as “Watch Guard of the Campus.” Ryan, on duty from 4 p.m. to has been a member of the staff since 1946. Most of the police officers are ex-GI’s and have served as guards at the Ravenna arsenal. As I followed Ryan on his investigation of campus buildings, I learned something of the diversity of a campus cop’s experiences nightly. First, we received a call from the Home Economics department which wanted us to transport some refreshments to President Bowman’s house since a party was being held there. A police cruiser is not exactly a delivery truck, but with the gracious aid of three of the young ladies from the department, we managed to deliver the goods safely. We then checked the main and ROTC warehouses for suspicious people and I was slightly disappointed not to find a single one that $ night. ...
'Madwoman’ Production Hailed As Outstanding [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
'Madwoman’ Production Hailed As Outstanding Tom Fitzpatrick University Theatre has reached a high point in college dramatic production. “The Madwoman of Chaillot,” which has its last performance this evening, is by far the best thing they have done in the last few years. This reviewer has nothing but un-’S adorned praise for the cast, stage crew and director. Any complaints I might have seem rather picayune in the face of the overall excellence of the production. The chief problem in writing a review of a production of this calibre is deciding who to praise most and loudest. The easiest way I suppose is to review the performance of the star of the play. Miss Peg Sidley, in the title role, has the center of the stage for almost the entire production and does not strike one false note during the entire evening. If you Can watch her in the second act when she implores the young lovers to admit their love rather than break another girl’s heart (as her’s had been broken), without getting...
Books To Lend [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
Books To Lend ■ • Dreams do come true ! ! At least, sometimes they do. Take Raymond K. Moran, Union director. A dream materialized this past fall for Moran with the opening of a student lending library. For an organization with such a short history, the library has occupied two homes since October. The first was in 205 U., and the present is in the old faculty lunch room at the back of the student lounge. Mrs. Helen Craig, head librarian, says, “We have tried to include material that will appeal to the majority of students at KSU. Our shelves include biographies and autobiographies, mysteries and adventure, humor and religion. Besides this, we have a good sized pocket book section designed to please romance, western, and detective devotees. We are continually getting new books, many of which are on best seller lists throughout the country.” Among the newer books are The Clock Strikes Thirteen by Herbert Brean; When God Moves In, Arnold H. Lowe; The Nine Wrong Answers, John Dickson C...
LITTLE PROF [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
LITTLE PROF By Larry Carpenter Today’s column has been dedicated to one specific question which we believe is very deserving of this privilege. If any students have further comments on the following subject, we will willingly accept them. Q —“Why is it that the fraternities and sororities on the Kent campus are expected to partici-1 pate in each activity that every Tom, Dick and Harry may dream up; but, as soon as their scholarship falls, or they don’t participate in an activity, they immediately fall under the wrath and scorn of all big and little powers that would like to be?”—Bill Sitller. A—Although the wording of your question slightly confuses us, we feel it is an excellent one, and we will give it every consideration. We presented your question to several persons whom we felt were qualified to comment on it, and the following are a few of their interpretations and answers. “The lack of participation in campus activities by a large percentage of the student body gives rise to ...
Clinic [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
Clinic The Speech and Hearing Clinic’s threefold purpose includes training of speech and hearing therapists for professional work, providing of therapy for students with speech or hearing problems and serving the vicinity as a therapy center. Avail able to all students at a no cost basis, appointments may be obtained by calling Ext. 391.
Cagers Hope For Fourth Win At BW Jackets Hold 6-2 Mark; Flashes Downed By Akron [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
Cagers Hope For Fourth Win At BW Jackets Hold 6-2 Mark; Flashes Downed By Akron By Bud Ovington Looking for their fourth win of the season, the Golden Flash cage team travels to Baldwin-Wallace Saturday, after an unsuccessful attempt at Akron Wednesday. The Yellow-Jackets from Baldwin have been beaten twice this year. The Dayton Flyers downed the Bereans as did the powerful Quantico Marines. The Marines are currently sporting a 20-2 record against the best basketball teams in the nation. With one common opponent, B-W compares with Kent in their 80-69 victory over John Carroll. The Blue Streaks downed Kent early in the season. The Yellow-Jacket team is led by Tom Blackwood, 6 ft. 6 in. freshman, currently leading the team in scoring. He is followed by Harry Weltman, 6 ft. 1 in. guard. The Akron Zips proved too hot to handle on their own court Wednesday as they beat Kent 81-73. Kent was able to hold the lead only during the first quarter. Akron scored 52 points during the second and t...
Intramural Standings [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
Intramural Standings Below are the standings in the fraternity league of intramural basketball, LEAGUE I W L Sigma Nu 3 0 Delta Upsilon 3 0 Kappa Sigma 3 0 Phi Kappa Tau 0 3 Alpha Epsilon Pi 0 3 Delta Tau Delta 0 3 LEAGUE II W L Phi Gamma Theta 3 0 Alpha Phi Beta 3 0 Phi Beta Phi 1 1 Sigma Delta 1 1 Theta Kappa Phi 1 1 Phi Sigma Kappa 0 3 Chi Alpha 0 3
Tank, Mat Teams Go On Road [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
Tank , Mat Teams Go On Road Kent State sports followers might as well go home this weekend. All three winter athletic teams are taking to the road. The wrestling and basketball squads journey to Baldwin-Wallace while the swimmers travel to Westminster, Pa. Coach Joe Begala’s matmen will be trying to push their season’s record over the .500 mark in their meet with the Yellow-Jackets Friday night. The Kentmen have beaten In- diana State this season and lost to Case Tech. This will be the 200th wrestling meet in Kent State’s history. Coach Bill Hoover’s swimmers will also be trying to shoot above the .500 mark when they go against Westminster Saturday afternoon. After opening victories over Wittenberg and Ohio Wesleyan, the Golden Flash tanksters have lost to Carnegie Tech and Bowling Green. The Bowling Green loss was Wed- nesday afternoon in the Kent pool. Kent won only three events as the BeeGee’s splashed to a 51-33 victory. Kent’s Eddie McVehil continued his undefeated string by wi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
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Newmans Club Hear Chapman [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
Newmans Club Hear Chapman The annual Catholic offcampus retreat, sponsored by the Newman club, opens Sunday with the 8:30 Mass in St. Patrick’s church followed by a Communion Breakfast in the K of C hall. Guest speaker will be Rev. William C. Chapman, C.S.S.R. of the Redemptorist Mission Band of Pittsburgh, Pa. The schedule for the remainder of the week will be Mass at 6:45 and devotion at 7:30 in the evening. The retreat is open to all University students. Services each evening Sunday through Thursday, will be conducted by Father Chapman also. As the basis for his talks, the Redemptorist missionary is taking the text from the First Epistle of St. Paul to the Corinthians, 16:13, “Watch, stand fast in the faith, act like man, be strong.” Lutheran Lutheran Student Fellowship will meet Tuesday night at 7 in the student center. Dr. J. William Lee will lead an informal discussion. A communion service will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in Faith church. . Wesley Foundation A skating party...
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
WKSU-FM 88.1 MC On Your FM Dial FRIDAY, JAN. 23 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 Daily Digest 1:00 Music of Our Time 2:00 Sign off 5:00 Stories ’N Stuff 5:30 Here’s To Vets 5:45 News-Sports 6:00 Dinner Hour 7:00 Chicago U. Roundtable 7:30 Folksongs &amp; Footnotes 8:00 Sports Review 8:15 Netherlands Composers 8:45 News-Devotions Music From Interlochen features the best of high school concert music presented at Interlochen, Mich., at their summer camp. This program is presented every Monday over WKSU-FM at 1.
Air Force Enrolls Reserve Officers [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
Air Force Enrolls Reserve Officers The Air Force estimates that 27.000 students will graduate and be commissioned as reserve officers in 1955, according to a report by Dean Victor A. Rapport of Wayne university. Dean Rapport represented Wayne at a meeting of ROTC commanders and administrators from colleges and universities, held at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. Of these officers, approximately 9.000 will be veterans and will not be called to immediate active duty, he said. Others will remain civilians to do graduate work, while a third group will be given specialized training by the Air Force. Most of the remaining 16,000 will go into flight training, Dean Rapport stated, with the exception of those selected to work in their particular field.
SOC BRIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
SOC BRIEFS Alpha Phi Beta Alpha Phi Beta Miney Grossman has been appointed steward by Jim Lehner, president of the chapter. Tiny Stratton has been appointed captain of the Beta Keglers by Don McGrath, athletic director. Bill Larkins, Leo Kotte, George Crater, and Don Glenn have been appointed to head the Help Week activities which begin next week. The committee has contacted the Kent Welfare department in regards to helping a needy family. Pi Gamma Mu Pi Gamma Mu, national social science honorary, elected Dr. Roller as president at a meeting held this week. Mrs. L. Davis was elected secre-tary-treasurer. American Commons The American Commons club activated two pledges during the national convention. They are Norm Sibson of Palmyra and Nat Cassell of Liberia. Those pinned during the holidays are Jim Kissman to Nancy Pierce of Erie, Pa. and Arliss Gorby to Jean Leake of East Palestine. Those engaged are Ed Schaefer to Nancy Dickerson of Cleveland, Dick Stewart to Jean Harrison of Cant...
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
CALENDAR FRIDAY, JAN. 2 10:30—Board of Trustees meeting President’s office. 8-9—ISA Pork Barrel rehearsal, Wills Gym, Dance room. 8-12 —Sigma Nu pledge class dance, Legion Hall, Uniontown, Ohio. 8- —Pershing Rifles dance. Women’s City club, Akron, O. 9- —Delta Upsilon Dance, Firestone Country dub, Akron. SATURDAY, JAN. 24 i 1-3—Chi Omega Pork Barrel rehearsal, Wills Gym, DR.