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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 January 1953
“A-l Fit!” Collegians Say Of Arrow Gabanaro Sports Shirts mm m College students report that precision-sized Arrow Gabanaro sports shirts bring them greater comfort—plus neater, smarter appearance. Gabanaro —washable rayon gabardine—is available in exact collar sizes and sleeve lengths, in a wide range of colors, at all Arrow dealers. ARROW &gt;- — SHIRTS • TIES • UNDERWEAR • HANDKERCHIEFS • SPORTS SHIRTS —
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
The DAILY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 55 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1953 Keiy^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 Hfll, . Janet Harsh, Joy Rhodus, ManNews Editor Charles L, Mfller therese Burr. Jim Sutler 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...
J Honorary Goes SDX [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
J Honorary Goes SDX ~ Final arrangements are being completed for the installation of the Kent State chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalism fraternity, on the KSU campus Saturday, Feb. 14. Chi Pi, a local fraternity established in 1939, was approved for a charter in the professional organization at the SDX convention last November in Denver. Kent State’s chapter will be the third collegiate group in Ohio. Other undergraduate chapters are located at Ohio U and Ohio State. Professional chapters are located in Cleveland, Columbus and Toledo. Membership in the professional fraternity includes more than 20,000 men in various classifications of journalism work. Members of Sigma Delta Chi and former members of Chi Pi will attend installation ceremonies here. Photo by Don Shook WESTERN RESERVE’S Harold “Candy” Carroll crawls up the back of Larry Grist, Kent State center, as he drives for a lay-in shot Saturday night in the MPE building. In the foreground is Kent’s Percy Grenfell...
GET FORMS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
GET FORMS Pre-law, pre-medical and predental juniors in the college of liberal arts who expect to complete their residence work this year should fill out forms available in the liberal arts office. In order to take senior year work in absentia, these students should fill out the f6rms immediately.
7th Fleet To Be Withdrawn; Indicates Ike’s Foreign Policy [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
7th Fleet To Be Withdrawn; Indicates Ike’s Foreign Policy By Carol Levens A new clear-cut foreign policy was indicated by President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s State of the Union message Monday. His statement that the Seventh fleet will be withdrawn from the waters off Formosa means a blockaded Formosa will no longer be a stalemated weapon in the Korean war. Campus opinion of Mr. Risen-’ hower’s move indicates general agreement with withdrawal of the fleet, but for a variety of reasons. “It’s a good idea,” said Liz Kisha, freshman. “We shouldn’t have been there in the first place. We shouldn’t have gotten mixed up in Chinese affairs.” Removal of the fleet indicates la concrete change in policy that *as thus far been followed,” Dr. Harold A. Van Dorn of the political science department said. “Although Eisenhower stated that the action represented no aggressive move on our part, it would permit an invasion of the mainland by Chiang Kai-Shek’s forces whenever they are adequately equipped. T...
Frosh Offered Scholarships [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
Frosh Offered Scholarships Seven freshman journalism scholarships are available for northeastern Ohio graduating seniors, it was announced by Prof. William Taylor, chairman of the University’s journalism school. Four of the scholarships are newspaper sponsored and are available only for students of the counties in which the scholarship is offered. They are: The Canton Repository scholarship, Stark county; the Warren Tribune - Chronicle scholarship, Trumbull county; and the Kent Courier-Tribune and the Ravenna Evening Record scholarships, both in Portage county. Others available are: The Northeastern Ohio scholastic press scholarship, the Northeastern Ohio Weeklies scholarship, and the Kent State university press photography scholarship.
Okay Petitions For SC, Men’s Union [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
Okay Petitions For SC, Men’s Union Petitions for 15 candidates for Men’s union and Student council offices were approved in Monday’s election committee meeting, according to Joan Webster, chairman. &gt; Freshman class candidates for Men’s union are George Steimle, BG; and Bob Chosy, UI. Aspirants for Student council are Nadine Koval, BG; and Stuart Giller, UI. Bob Lape, NuK; and Dick Cutshall, BG; are sophomore candidates for Men’s union. Sophomore Council candidates are Louis Paskoff and Nu-K political party and the United Independents merged Jan. 26 for the student elections Tuesday, Feb. 10. Vacant Council and Men’s union offices were divided between candidates of the two parties. U. I. will run one candidate for freshman Student council and Men’s union vacancies and two candidates for sophomore Council posts. Nu-K will run Candidates for sophomore Men’s union, sophomore council, junior council and senior Men’s union. Marilyn Seywert, UI; Dick Johnson and Bill Longshore, ...
KSU Debates At Tournament [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
KSU Debates At Tournament A novice debate tournament at Purdue university Saturday will include four KSU students. Subject for debate will be “Resolved—that the Congress of the United States should adopt a fair employment practices law.” Debating for the affirmative will be Thalia Hergenroeder and Ocatta O’Saka. On the negative side will be Beverly Bullock and Sandra Warmee. Robert Kent, associate speech professor and Tom McManus, varsity debater, will accompany the team. Another debate team will participate in the Mount Mercy tournament at Pittsburgh Feb. 28. Ron Rice and Thalia Hergenroeder will debate the affirmative while Sonia Andel and Joan Webster will take the negative.
Sophomore To Edit 'K' Book [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
Sophomore To Edit 'K' Book Tom Duke,a sophomore journalism major, has been chosen by the Publications Policy committee to edit the 1953 ‘K’ book, Prof. Dario Politella, advisor for the student publications announced today. Duke, a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity, has worked as copy editor, news editor, and circulation manager of the Stater, and as a staff writer for the Chestnut Biur. Positions on the staff are not limited to journalism majors and anyone wishing to work on the ‘K’ book may contact Duke through his mailbox.
Ghosts Tabs On Sale; Will Open Feb. 9 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
Ghosts Tabs On Sale; Will Open Feb. 9 Tickets are now on sale for Studio Theatre’s production of Henrik Ibsen’s three-act play “Ghosts.” There will only be 105 tickets sold for each performance which will rpn Feb. 9-12. They will be sold in the corridor outside 119 Kent. The tickets are free to all university students, faculty, and employees with activity cards or identification and 60 cents to others.
Thomas To Speak Tonite At 8:15 On 'America And Cold War' [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
Thomas To Speak Tonite At 8:15 On ' America And Cold War ' Norman Thomas, Socialist party leader, will speak tonight at 8:15 in the auditorium. Prime ministers, cabinet officials, and peasants are among the sources for his speech on “America, Asia, and the Cold War.” Thomas recently returned from* his second tour of Asia in 15 months. While abroad, he visited •numerous countries including Pakistan, India, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Japan. He was an eyewitness of the May day riots in Tokyo last spring. His tour was arranged by the Committees for Cultural Freedom which is affiliated with the World Congress on Cultural Freedom. Aside from his travels, Thomas has written numerous books and articles depicting the socialist cause. Tonight’s lecture is sponsored by the forum committee.
Stamped Essential' [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
Stamped Essential ' College has acquired a refreshingly new meaning; it has become a household word now which means “Essential to American Youth” for thousands upon thousands of newly interested parents and eager students. Proof of this phenomena was demonstrated through the results of a newspaper survey recently. It estimated that within the next ten years, attendance would double within the Cleveland-Akron-Lorain college area. Although the survey gave various reasons for the swelling enrollment, one was that college trained persons often “put more pressure on their offspring to attend.” College students are often in the same position as many of these parents if they represent the first of their family to have attended college. As pioneers, they have an obligation to encourage their younger brothers and sisters to follow in their footsteps. How can they best lead their kid brother to the hallowed halls of learning ? Again actions more than words speak loudest. Upon graduation many ...
'Hot Blood, Cool Head' Debate Team Essentials [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
' Hot Blood , Cool Head' Debate Team Essentials By Louis Paskoff It is a very easy matter to take a little filing card and write on it “Resolved: that the Congress of the United States should enact a compulsory Fair Employment Practices law.” It is not so easy to fill what seems' like a thousand more cards with arguments pro and con, with quotations from authorities on each side. It is even harder to unify all that information, be able to speak on it with what should seem like disarming naturalness, prove your opponents in the argument dead wrong, and try to keep them from demolishing your case completely with facts you’d hoped they’d overlook. This is what a good debator has to do. How well it can be done was demonstrated to the International Relations club last Thursday night. Kent State’s varsity affirmative, Gary Banas and Ron Rice, and varsity negative, Joan Webster and Tom McManus, debated against what is generally considered to be one of the nation’s crack teams, the Texas A&...
KENT KONFIDENTIAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 3 February 1953
KENT KONFIDENTIAL By Jim Butler At the beginning of this quarter we said we were going to sit back in our little corner and take a good look at ole’ KSU to see if we could find out what makes her tick. Recently we were forced out of this corner and ended up in the most prominent place on the campus, not through popularity, but because of geographical location. The health center, sitting high on the campus, attracted us, prompted somewhat by the flu scare. In four years of wandering around this university we never realized the “business” they do up there on the hill. Very seldom can you go up there and be treated immediately. The waiting room is most always filled. And that’s as it should be. Each student pays a quartely fee of $3 to the health center. Over a period of four years, this amounts to $36. It figures that you may as well take advantage of the facilities available for which you pay. While we were there, we spent some time talking to Dr. Florence P. Gebhart. Chief topic of ...