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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 January 1953
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
The DAILY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 51 TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1953 Ken'^Stater Editor-in-Chief Ernest Mazza Competition Editor A1 Pashin Business Manager....James L. Young Librarian Janet Mayhall Managing Editor 1 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 of ...
’Accent On Religion’ Begins Today Newman Club Sponsors Talks [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
’Accent On Religion’ Begins Today Newman Club Sponsors Talks The annual Catholic retreat, sponsored by the Newman club, will continue this evening finder the direction of Rev. piVilliam C. Chapman, C. SS. R. of the Redemptorist Fathers of Pittsburgh, Pa. Services will be held at 7:30 p.m. at St. Patrick’s church, North Depeyster street. The theme for Father Chapman’s talks will be taken from the text of the First Epistle of St. Paul to the Corinthians, 16:13, “Watch, stand fast in the faith, act like man, be strong.” The retreat, open to all students, will continue through Thursday evening with Mass every morning at 6:45 a.m. and devotional services at 7:30 p.m. Preceding the nightly talks will be recitation of the Holy Rosary and following it will be Benediction. Students attending the retreat are encouraged to submit questions or problems to Father Chapman which he will answer during the course of his talks concerning University students. THREE RELIGIOUS LEADERS to be heard by uni...
No Flu Danger Says DeWeese [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
No Flu Danger Says DeWeese Virus flu that is attacking other parts of the country is not serious at ICSU, Dr. Arville DeWeese, director of the medical center said Monday. Although he estimates there are 400 cases of the flu on campus, Dr. DeWeese says that we are not as hard hit as central and southern schools. “Sleep and eat regularly, and avoid over-work,” was Dr. DeWeese’s advice to students as precaution against the virus. He also advises students to report to the center for treatment when symptoms first appear. Sore throats, cold symptoms, stomach disorders, and an “ache-all-over” feeling are some of the signs of the flu. Victims usually recover in three days, unless complications set in, added Dr. DeWeese. The hospital is not filled yet. Dr. DeWeese estimated that 10 to 20 per cent of students are out of classes, but added that it is not all due to the flu.
CRUSADE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
CRUSADE Alexander Jordan, director of Radio Free Europe’s Polish section, will replace Dr. Paul A. Fabry as speaker for the Crusade for Freedom Day assembly Thursday at 10 a.m. Chi Pi, men’s journalism honorary, is sponsoring the assembly. Ed Cliney and Ernie Mazza are co-chairmen.
Will Compete For KS Title [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Will Compete For KS Title Jan McGarr, Mary Elaine Long, Elaine Horn, and Jean Fenton will compete for the title of Miss Kent State in the Feb. 10 election. The winner will be named at the Top Hop Feb. 28. Miss McGarr and Miss Long are members of Delta Gamma sorority. Miss Horn is an Alpha Phi, and Miss Fenton is an independent. Chuck DiSalle, Council social chairman, points out that the position of Miss Kent State is the only student-elected campus queenship.
Markussen Presents Piano Recital Here Next Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Markussen Presents Piano Recital Here Next Tuesday Arline Markussen, instructor of piano at KSU, will present a recital here Tuesday, Feb. 10, at 8:15 p.m. Miss Markussen, who made her &lt; first public appearance at the age of 12 with the Wisconsin Symphony orchestra, studied under the late Beryl Rubinstein, former director of the Cleveland Institute of Music. While his student, Miss Markussen appeared at Carnegie hall, as Ohio winner of the Associated Concert Bureau contest. She took first place in the Society of American Musicians young artists piano competition in 1945, and presented a recital at Kimball hall in Chicago. She has studied at Columbia university, and holds bachelor of music and master of music degrees from Northwestern university. She was an instructor at the Drake university school of fine arts for two years before joining the KSU faculty in 1948. Her recital is open tp the public.
Pork Barrel Scheduled For Two Performances [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Pork Barrel Scheduled For Two Performances Two performances of Pork Barrel, annual student variety show, will be held Feb. 6, 7, to allow all student acts to be staged, according to Jim Glynn and Betty Ann Schmid, cochairmen. The show will be presented in the University auditorium. Moulton and Lowry halls, Stopher hall, Independent Student’s association, and sororities will be featured Friday, Feb. 6. Fraternities will present their skits Saturday night. Pork Barrel, co-sponsored by Men’s union and Women’s league, will begin each evening at 7:30. There is no admission charge, but donations for the Stater penny fund will be taken at the door. Herb Ryan and Dick James will act as masters of ceremonies. Between-act entertainment will be supplied by Jean Wetzel and Joyce Fulton, dance act; Sue Hurd, baton twirling; Jo Kolbault, singer; Ron Rice, singer; Don McCarthy, magician; the Jerry Walsh quartette; and Diana Bacan and George Bechette, song and dance act. Committee chairmen are Mari...
'Ghost’s' On ST Stage [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
' Ghost’s' On ST Stage “Ghosts,” a three-act drama by Norwegian Playwright Henrik Ibsen, will begin a 12-night run in the Studio theatre Monday, Feb. 9, at 8:15 p.m. Marcia Hill, as Mrs. Alving, heads the cast of the first Ibsen production to be presented at the University. Ken Ward will play Engstrand, Bonnie Meese and Joyce Meeks will portray Regina Engstrand, Jim Tushar will appear as Oswald, and Tom Wilcoxen is Pastor Manders. “Ghosts” is the fourth University production of the year.
Judge Burr Queen February Fourth [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Judge Burr Queen February Fourth Judging for this year’s Chestnut Burr queen will be held Wednesday, February 4, at 7:30 p.m. ifi the Union ballroom. All coeds with a 2. accumulative average and a 2. for last quarter are eligible. Judges will be Dario Politella, assistant professor of journalism; Paul C. Kitchin, assistant professor of sociology: Julia Waida, University editor; and Ron Moscati, Burr editor.
Brameld Talks At FTA Meet [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Brameld Talks At FTA Meet “Education in a World of Tension” will be discussed by Dr. Theodore Brameld at the Future Teachers of America meeting Thursday evening at 8 p.m. in the Union ballroom. His talk will be open to both students and public without charge. Dr. Brameld is a professor of educational philosophy at New York university, and a special consultant to the Bureau of Intercultural Education and the Anti-Defamation League. In 1946, Dr. Brameld was the American delegate to the international conference of New Education Fellowship in Australia.
Groups Will Hear Visitors [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Groups Will Hear Visitors “World Neighbors, Inc.,” an organization to combat Communism and share good will through cooperation with the peoples in each country, will be discussed by Mrs. William Miller at an assembly this afternoon at 1 in the auditorium. Mrs. Miller of the First Community church, Columbus, will explain the work of the non-political organization which works with the government and U.N. groups. The program is to establish 100 pilot stations throughout the world within the next five years providing skilled people in agriculture, village industry, and public health, and child and family care. Also on campus is Rabbi Alan S. Green of the Shaker Heights Temple Emanuel congregation, who will lead the seminar, “Judaism’s Contribution to Christianity,” this afternoon at 4 p.m. in 206 Union. Dr. J. William Lee, an authority on world religions and professor in the philosophy of religion and Christian missions at Oberlin, will speak on “The World’s Great Religions.” His semina...
Trustees OK Dorm Plans [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Trustees OK Dorm Plans Kent State university board of trustees authorized Pres. George A. Bowman to proceed with plans and drawings for the new $2,000,000 women’s dormitory in Friday’s meeting. The firm of Fulton, Krinsky, and Dela Motte of Cleveland, which designed other KSU buildings, were named as architects. The board of trustees also directed Dr. Bowman and Robert C. Dix, board secretary, to seek the advice of appraisers to determine the value of hangars 'and buildings at the University airport. Purchase of the buildings has been under consideration. Trustees authorized Dr. Bowman to employ technical advisers for preparation of plans to improve acoustics in the MPE building. Joseph M. Berner’s appointment as superintendent of the University duplicating department was approved in other action by the board. The resignation of Fred L. Hozhauser, Jr., assistant professor of physics, who was on leave of absence fall quarter, was accepted by the board.
'K’ Book Editorship Is Now Available [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
'K’ Book Editorship Is Now Available Applications for post of editor of the “K” book will be received this week by Prof. Dario Politella, advisor to student publications. Editorship includes responsibility for format and content of the handbook, as well as business matters. Salary of $5O will be paid upon completion of the book. Further details may be obtained from Professor Politella in 109 Merrill.
Accent On Religion [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Accent On Religion This is religious emphasis week \ on campus. Catholic, Protestant, and j Jew alike are finding or intensifying their own individual faiths. Their search takes them to informal sessions, seminars, assemblies and perhaps, best of all, to a church or to the synagogue. But the retreat [ is more than a tour of buildings and a survey of speakers, more than a field day or days away from classroom learning. The retreat has as its primary purpose the attainment of spiritual knowledge and ultimate satisfaction. To achieve the end result, every student must make a personal retreat I within himself. He must get away I from the hub-bub and furor of daily routine and dwell on his ideals, at the same time making sure that they are based on solid foundations. If he encounters trouble, he can find help from those who are directing the retreat, be it rabbi, priest, or minister. At a retreat, more than any other time, the participant tries not only to find himself but to find God. I...
THRU THE YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
THRU THE YEARS 15 Years Ago Student council approved a plan outlawing all war, submitted by the VFW. Petitions were to be signed by the student body and to be joined in a nation-wide movement and sent to congress. (A lot of good it did.) Council also approved the wearing of ski-pants in classes. * * * A columnist compares the girls of 1938 with the girls of the roaring 20’s “She still swears, smokes, and drinks; yes, but more conservatively. She is more concerned with making a living. She is more interested in the world about her. Morally, she is no cleaner than her predecessors.” * * * Kent Stater staff challenges Chestnut Burr staff to a basketball game prior to the Kent-Wooster clash. The Stater crew downed the weak Burr staff, 23-9. 25 Years Ago Moulton hall girls have party in rooms for a departing resident. Guests are served tea, wafers, liverwurst, bologna, pickles, pecan rolls, and chocolates. (Urp.) * * * Nineteen new students enroll for the winter term. Total enrollment is...
Behind-The-Scene Work Keeps Book Store Busy [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
Behind-The-Scene Work Keeps Book Store Busy If you think the University book* store is busy when you find yourself standing in a seemingly endless line at the beginning of a quarter, you should see it the rest of the time. Many students are of the opinion that the work is finished after the first week. This is far from true, for it is just the beginning of a tremendous task. The first thing done after the beginning rush is the taking of the inventory. All the books on hand are sorted and counted. Next, the book lists from various departments at the University come in so that the books needed for next quarter can be ordered. Much correspondence is carried on with book companies because of errors, damages, and returns. Books arrive about three weeks before the end of the quarter, sometimes in a few four-hundred-pound crates and sometimes in about a hundred small boxes. These books are unpacked, sorted, and checked. If the wrong books were sent or if too many books were ordered, they h...
BMOC's Council Prexy Combines Talent, Sense Of Humor [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 27 January 1953
BMOC's Council Prexy Combines Talent, Sense Of Humor By Joy Schweinefus The new president of Student council, Mary Ellen Cross, describes herself as “terribly impatient when it comes to not doing a job right. I’m a stickler for detail.” , The twenty-year-old junior, in' addition to her presidential duties, also finds time to belong to A Cappella choir, Home Ec club, forensics, and to be chairman of the elections committee. She was elected to Cardinal Key, national women’s service honorary last year, and was named in “Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities for ’53.” Miss Cross is a member of Delta Gamma sorority. It seems that the smiling junior manages to get herself into humorous situations constantly. One of her sorority sisters tells how impish Mary Ellen locked her in an upstairs room 20 minutes before “the Big date” was due to arrive. Said sister escaped through the window. Mary Ellen tells this tale about herself. She had just moved into the Home Management house (for...