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A Peek Behind The Scenes [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
A Peek Behind The Scenes By Bruce Limpus Last week during one of UTs performances of “The Madwoman of Chaillot,” I was given permission to go backstage and observe the actors and actresses informally. What I found was a mixture of nervous anticipation, high spirits, and complete abject enthusiasm. I was ready to report all the mishaps that I imagined would occur off stage, but they didn’t materialize. The whole performance came off like clock work. As a matter of fact I instigated the only disaster when I leaned against a loose piece of metal which resulted in a tremendous crashing sound. This of course sent the stage manager, Bob Haxton, into a fit of anger. Bill Feaster, the Ragicker, and Peg Sidley, the Madwoman, stood nervously in a corner, before going on stage, perspiring under their uncomfortable make-up. They told me that they were always wondering what in the world they were doing there and trying to figure out some graceful way to get out of it. Their performances, however...
'Bwana Devil’ With Glasses; New Three Dimensional Kiss [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
'Bwana Devil’ With Glasses; New Three Dimensional Kiss By Louis Paskoff Stater Critic On Three-Dimensional Movies “A LION IN YOUR LAP!” “A LOVER IN YOUR ARMS!” The ads had done their work, the signs outside the theatre in Cleveland their work, and so I joined the eager mob that crowded in to see the first feature film in natural vision, “Bwana Devil.” It was terrible, but don’t miss it. The big question was whether it would look three dimensional. It did. The pair of cardboard ‘magic glasses” made the two blurred images on the screen look quite realistic. The poloroid glasses and their* function was explained in a short black and white introduction that featured Lloyd Nolan, characters from “It’s Time For Beany,” a pretty girl who danced in and out of camera range for no other reason other than to sex it up a little for the audience, and one of those phony doctors with deep voices and sincere manner. The pretty girl had stretched her arms toward the audience to take care of the “lov...
Maybe Home Court Will Bring A Win [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
Maybe Home Court Will Bring A Win By Charles L. Miller Kent State’s Golden Flashes, after taking four straight beatings on the road, return to the MPE building Saturday night where they entertain the Western Reserve Red Cats. Kent last won a game Jan. 17 when Youngstown college mlayed here. Since then, the Golden Flashes have lost to WitWnberg, Akron, Baldwin-Wallace and Toledo. Reserve is one of the three teams' Kent has defeated this season. The score was 90-79 and it was played in Cleveland Jan. 6. Dick Howard scored 28 points for Reserve. The Red Cats will be tougher to handle this time. Coach Bob Dewey's team gave Akron U its only defeat, 102-98. Akron beat Kent 81-73. The Golden Flashes will be after their third Mid-American conference victory. They have lost six. For the season, they have a 3-11 recod. Toledo’s Rockets moved into first place in the Mid-American by defeating Kent 80-69 Tuesday night at Toledo. It was a nip and tuck ball game until midway through the third quar...
The FLASHLIGHT It’s Getting Sickening ... [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
The FLASHLIGHT It’s Getting Sickening ... By Bill Miller When the' basketball team lost its season’s opener to Miami 76-73 back in December, we thought it was just one of those things. And when it lost 86-85 to John Carroll a few nights later, we passed that off lightly too. But, as Red Skelton would say,' the Golden Flashes “didn’t need to get sickening about it.” They’ve lost eight games by five points or less so far this season. That’s running it into the ground. Some of those decisions, you’d think, were bound to go Kent’s way. The simplest explanation for the skimpy-margin losses is that the Flashes have been just plain unlucky. The breaks haven’t gone their way. However, it seems that there ought to be a more sensible explanation. One logical conclusion would be that Coach “Bud” Haerr doesn’t possess enough bench strength. He can start five men that are on par with any team on Kent’s schedfede. But when it comes to substiHtes, he can look only to Kyle vVorrall and Leo Kolk. Be...
Swimmers Meet Wooster Here Today [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
Swimmers Meet Wooster Here Today Coach Bill Hoover’s swimmers will try to keep their heads above water and maintain an even slate when they meet the Scots from Wooster college today at 3 p.m. in the MPE building. The mermen lost their third meet in a row Saturday at Westminster college 47-28. They won two earlier in the season from Wittenberg and Ohio Wesleyan. The Golden Flashes will have at*® 1 “ least some chance for a victory today. Captain Ed McVehil was not able to perform at Westminster, because they had no diving boards. This meant quite a handicap to the Flashes since McVehil is the only undefeated member of the team. Kent’s chances will also be dependent upon Bob Smith, free style expert. Smith has been able to take first in the 100 and 150 yard freestyle races during Kent’s last two meets. Wooster handed the Hoovermen one of their five losses last year. Wooster won the first one 48-36, but dropped the second meeting later in the season, 52-32. After the Wooster game, the ...
Lack Of Vets [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
Lack Of Vets Swimming Coach Bill Hoover has only five lettermen on his tank roster of 25 men this year. Captain Ed McVehil of Canton McKinley leads the returning vets who include Bob Lahman, sophomore from Akron Buchtel, Joe Kempf, sophomore from Kent Roosevelt, Ted Dickie from Cuyahoga Falls and Dave Bosomworth, junior from Akron Buchtel. Hoover is building for the future in the true senses of the word.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
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Pledges Work On Projects, Face Activations [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
Pledges Work On Projects , Face Activations THE KAPPA SIGMA pledge class will hold their annual “Rascal’s Romp” Friday, Jan. 30, at the Eagle’s hall in Akron. Women will be given 2:30 permits. Dave Jones and Gil Myers, pledges, are co-chairmen of the dance. Tickets may be purchased from any pledge. After dinner Monday evening an informal discussion was held in accordance with Religious Emphasis Week. J. Renwick Jackson, a graduate of the Princeton Theological school, led the discussion. Clay Wigginton, newly appointed social chairman, is completing plans for Pork Barrel. He is assisted by Ray Caruso and Nick Manko. Gene Jacobson has been appointed Lt. Colonel in AFROTC. Jacobson will also captain the bowling squad. Bill Charles is heard on station WHKK, Akron, every Saturday and Sunday with his own disc jockey program. Alumnus Jack Yohe has been commissioned as an ensign in the Naval Air Force. He visited the chapter house this past week. Activation for 15 pledges will be Sunday, Fe...
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
WKSU-FM THURSDAY, JAN. 29 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 Daily Digest 1:00 Musical Chats 2:00 Sign off 5:00 Music With Feminine Touch 5:15* Children’s Corner 5:30 Fun For 15 5:45 News-Sports 6:00 Dinner Hour 7:00 Old Books-Old Friends 7:30 Ways of Mankind 8:00 Adventures in Research 8:15 Musical Comments 8:30 Evening Serenade 8:45 News-Devotions
IRC To Meet [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 January 1953
IRC To Meet Kent Council on World Affairs will meet at 7:45 tonight in the Union. Topic of discussion will be “The International Student and the Community.” Kent State vs. Texas A&amp;M at 7 p.m. in 119 K in a debate on “Should Congress Enact a Compulsory FEPC Law.” Both of these meetings will follow the IRC dinner at 6:45 in the Union.
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
The DAILY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 54 FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1953 Ken'^lßtater 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, Janet Harsh, Joy Rhodus, MariNews Editor Janet de Nobel therese Burr, Jim Butler Copy Editor Tom Duke Assistant Business Manager Feature Editor Bruce Limpus 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 Manager Bud Murray 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 1879. Print...
Asia Talk By Thomas [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
Asia Talk By Thomas Norman Thomas, leader of the Socialist party and presidential candidate, will speak in the auditorium at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday evening. His topic will be “America, Asia, and the Cold War.” Thomas’ talk will be a reflection of his second trip through Asia in 15 months. He returned June 15 from a trip through Pakistan, India, Burma, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Japan. He visited Japan, where he viewed the May Day riots, and India at the invitation of the Committees for Cultural Freedom affiliated with the the World Congress on Cultural Freedom. In all the countries he visited, Thomas spoke with prime ministers, cabinet officials, and labor and peasant leaders. Thomas has written numerous books on the socialist cause as well as magazine articles. His lecture will be sponsored by the forum committee.
’53 Burr Queen Judging Is Set [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
’53 Burr Queen Judging Is Set Judging for the 1953 Chestnut Burr queen, whose picture will appear in a full-page Burr layout, will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 4, in the Union ballroom. All University women are eligible to apply for the queenship, but must have at least a 3. point cumulative average. Girls applying should wear high heels and stockings. No formals will be allowed. Judges few the contest will be: Miss Julia Waida, university editor; Paul C. Kitchin, assistant professor of political science; Dario Politella, assistant professor of journalism; and Ronald M. Moscati, editor, Chestnut Burr. Girls applying must not have previously held a major queenship on campus.