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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 28 January 1953
THOMAS DRIVE INN Just East of Kent on Rt, 5 Kent-Ravenna Rd. Serving Fine Foods Delicious Hamburgers Golden FHes Curb Service Open Sun., Mon., 4 p.m.-l a.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday—ll a.m.-12:30 p.m. CURB SERVICE • AND TAKE OUT SERVICE Sandwiches —Steaks—Fry s Coffee—Tea—Milk—Sodas Sundaes—Shakes, • Etc. Curb Service Menu and Take Out Menu the Same SHORT STOP DRIVE INN Just West of Kent
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
The DAILY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 53 THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1953 Ken^|Stater l 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, J Janet Harsh, Joy Rhodus, ManNews Editor Julia Yeaglej therese Burr, Jim Butler Copy Editor Carol Levens Assistant Business Manager Feature Editor Larry Carpenter 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 Editions Mgr Jerry Dougher 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 187...
Radio Free Europe Assembly Theme Sixth Tour To NY Sets UN Visit [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
Radio Free Europe Assembly Theme Sixth Tour To NY Sets UN Visit The sixth annual Kent State university New York tour will be held during spring vacation from March 20 to March 25. Cost of the trip, excluding food, is $47 per person. The educational trip is sponsored by the school of speech, and Prof. G. Harry Wright will conduct the tour. The tour will feature attendance at a meeting of the assembly of the United Nations at its new home in Manhattan. Students will also view one or more Broadway plays, a performance of the Rockettes and Corps de Ballet at Radio City Music hall, the Hayden Planetarium astronomical show, and television and radio shows. The group will take a five-hour tour of the entire city, including Chinatown, Wall Street, Trinity church, Greenwich Village, the Bowery, Central Park, Harlem, and Columbia university. A conducted tour of NBC radiotelevision studios, a visit to the Statue of Liberty, a tour through the New York Times plant, and a visit to the observation...
Bishop Plays; Rascals Romp [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
Bishop Plays ; Rascals Romp The 4th annual Rascals’ Romp, an all-University dance, is being held in the Eagle’s ballroom in Akron this Friday, Jan. 30. The affair is sponsored by the pledge class of the Kappa Sigma fraternity, and dancing will be from 830 p.m. until 1 a.m. ” All women attending the dance will receive 2:30 permits. Music will be provided by Bill Bishop and his orchestra. Tickets are on sale from any Kappa Sigma pledge or may be obtained at the fraternity house, 210 S. Willow street. Pledges Dave Jones and Gil Myers are in charge. —Crusade For Freedom—
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
THE FREEDOM’S GIRL, representing the University’s interest in the Crusade for Freedom drive, is one of the following Liberty Belles, left to right, Natalie Deßlasio, Ginnie Madden, and Becky Merrill, Results of yesterday’s election will be announced at the Alexander Jordan assembly program at 10 a.m. today.
FTA To Hear Brameld Speak [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
FTA To Hear Brameld Speak Speaker at the Future Teachers of America meeting Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Union ballroom is Dr. Theodore Brameld. Dr. Brameld is currently a professor of educational philosophy at New York university. He will speak on “Education In a World of Tension.” Dr. Brameld received an AB degree from Ripon college, Wisconsin, and a Ph.D. degree from the University of Chicago and Columbia university. Some of the books authored by Dr. Brameld include “A Philosophic Approach to Communism,” “Minority Problems in the Public Schools,” and “Patterns of Educational Philosophy.” His talk will be open to the public free of charge. —Crusade For Freedom—
Artists Exhibit Wood Cuts Here [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
Artists Exhibit Wood Cuts Here Wood cuts by Seong Moy, paintings and preliminary sketches by 11 well-known artists will hang in the University art gallery beginning Monday, Feb. 9. Both the sketches and finished paintings are from the Midtown galleries, New York. Seong Moy’s display will be comprised of 20 color wood cuts. The show is being circulated by the Studio Guild, New York. The joint exhibition will hang through Friday, Feb. 27.
Give English Tests Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
Give English Tests Tuesday College of education students in their fifth quarter are required to take an English composition test Tuesday, Feb. 3, at 8 a.m., and 3 and 7 p.m. Transfer students who have entered the college of education and who have at least 64 quarter hours are required to take the test also. Students who receive notices in their mailboxes are asked to report at once to 106 Merrill hall for an assignment to one of the sections for the tests, which are two hours long. —Crusade For Freedom —
Features Alexander Jordan And KSU’s Freedom’s Girl [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
Features Alexander Jordan And KSU’s Freedom’s Girl Alexander Jordan, director of Radio Free Europe’s Polish section, will address students today at 10 a.m. in the University auditorium, as part of a Crusade for Freedom day assembly. The Crpsade assembly will also feature the naming of this University’s Freedom’s Girl, a symbol of our enlistment in the battle against world Communism. Yesterday, students voted for one* of three Liberty Belles, Natalie DeBlasio, Ginnie Madden, and Becky Merrill at the Booster booth. Votes were a cent apiece and ballot box stuffing was encouraged. The three belles will be presented at and assist in the assembly program. Jordan is a graduate of the Paris School of Political Science and a former director of publications for the Polish government in exile. At the assembly program, Free-dom-grams will be passed out at the All members of the Army Air Force ROTC will fill out freedomgrams today and send them to peoples in the Russian dominated countries. door...
Seabury Talks On Africa [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
Seabury Talks On Africa “African Contrasts” will be the topic of Dr. Ruth I. Seabury’s speech at an assembly in the University auditorium Friday at 11 a.m. Dr. Seabury, a missionary for the Congregational Board of Missions, has just returned from Africa. She made her African trip to gather material for biographies of African leaders, and to make a study of the areas of racial tension. Dr. Seabury is currently educational secretary of the American Board of Foreign missions. She believes that foreign missionaries are the best emissaries of friendliness that America has today. The assembly is open to the public free of charge. —Crusade For Freedom—
Tea Honors Dr. Brameld [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
Tea Honors Dr. Brameld There will be a tea to lionor Dr. Theodore Brameld this afternoon from 4 to 5 in the faculty dining room for all faculty in the college of education. Purpose of the tea is to acquaint the education faculty with Dr. Brameld who is speaking at the FTA meeting tonight. A professor of educational philosophy at New York university, Dr. Brameld is well known in the field of education and has authored books dealing with minority problems in public schools and his philosophic approach to Communism.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
FREEDOM-GRAM DO YOU LISTEN TO RADIO FREE EUROPE? I HOPE YOU DO, FOR I All ONE OF MILLIONS OF AMERICAN CITIZENS WHO HAS VOLUNTARILY CONTRIBUTED TO BUILD THESE STATIONS, WHICH BRING TRUTH TO YOU WHO ARE DEPRIVED OF IT. IN AMERICA MILLIONS REGULARLY PRAY FOR AN UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN OUR PEOPLES. PLEASE ADD YOUR PRAYERS TO OURS. SURELY OUR COMMON FAITH IN GOD IS THE PLACE WHERE HOPE FOR FREEDOM BEGINS. I am a(occupation). Name Address. NOTE TO CONTRIBUTOR: Replies to this Freedom-Grom may be received written in o foreign language, if you should be unable to translate them, free translations may be obtained by forwarding the letters to Crusade c/o your local Postmaster FREEDOM-GRAMS are sent as conveyors of the truth to people behind the Iron Curtain. They can be obtained, and filled out for a donation at the assembly today.
Crusaders All! [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
Crusaders All! The response to the Crusade for Freedom drive held yesterday far surpassed the most optimistic dreams of those who planned it. Credit is due to the spirited student body that voted for Europe’s downtrodden Russian subjects through the Freedom’s Girl election. The Freedom’s Girl is positive proof of the support the campus has given the drive. In all, over 3,000 votes were cast for the three who vied for the honor. True, their personalities were instrumental in getting out the vote but the results of the contest indicated that the penny pitchers gave with the major intention of doing some world-wide good. Literature disseminated concerning the Crusade was read with avid interest and curiosity reached a high level with all those who passed the Booster Booth, scene of the election. The idea of a Freedom’s Girl to represent campus interest in the enslaved countries behind the Iron Curtain is an original one, but without the pennies and nickels of the aroused student voters...
KENT KONFIDENTIAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
KENT KONFIDENTIAL By Jim Butler The Coffee pot bubbled in the comer. A splotch of red hair, blonde hair and black hair bobbed behind three typewriter carriages which banged back and forth. A disheveled editor, looking worriedly over his writer’s shoulders, hopped around the office. Another editor sat at a desk and drew meaningless lines on what looked like graph paper. The Chestnut Burr was meeting deadlines. From the depths of Kent hall, these sights and sounds take place every night. And they have taken place every night for the past two quarters. And they will continue to take place until the end of this quarter. Then a new staff will begin the cycle all over again. The endless job of producing a yearbook is under the direction of Ron Moscati this year, while Anne Liberati serves as associate editor. It is their responsibility to correlate the work of the necessary staff and make the results of their work fit together into a pattern already planned. For 15 months the staff must w...