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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 February 1953
TICKETS Tickets for the Western Michigan basketball game tonight are on sale this morning in the police office between Kent and Merrill halls. J &amp; E DINER 205 South Water Ph. 9740 Serving Meals 24 Hours A Day Except Sunday m,, ■ k^nt-OHIO TODAY—FRIDAY—SATURDAY Robert Ryan-Mala Powers “CITY BENEATH THE SEA” Plus Second Adventure Hit “THE PATHFINDER” George Montgomery - Helena Carter Both Hits in Technicolor
Fraternity Initiations Held; Announce New Active’s Names [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 February 1953
Fraternity Initiations Held; Announce New Active’s Names Chi Alpha activated six pledges in a ceremony Feb. 1. Those activated were; Ken Pedlar, Don Day, Ken Gibney, Roger Cole, Charles Potter, and George Smith. Dr. Olson, advisor, was taken in as an honorary member at the activation services. The pledge class held a party with the Alpha Gamma Delta pledge class Jan. 20 at the Chi Alpha house. The pledges recently redecorated the third floor of the chapter house. Alumni Willis Ineman and George Raymer visited the chapter over the week-end. THETA KAPPA Phi held formal initiation Feb. 1 for the following: A1 Compensa, John Di Cillo, Jerry Hayes, Andy Thomas, and A1 Salzano. Pat Grabovic, Jim Ostrewski, Dan Tutolo, and Joe Pedro were also initiated. The installation of officers for the coming year took place after the initiation last Monday night. The officers are: Jay Volio, president; Ernie Pope, vice president; John Kopcso, secretary; Mike Beluscak, treasurer; and Milt Skodis, serge...
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 February 1953
WKSU-FM THURSDAY, FEB. 6 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:80 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 Musician Comments 8:30 Evening Serenade 8:45 News-Devotions “Ways of Mankind” will present a true story of the Yurok Indians called “The Case of the Sea Lion Flippers” at 7:30 this evening over WKSU-FM.
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 February 1953
CALENDAR THURSDAY, FEB. 5 4—IVCF meeting, 805 McG. 4-s—Education Dept. Faculty Committee meeting, 206 U. 6:ls—Faculty Wives Dinner, MMR. 7—Basketball, Western Michigan vs. KSU, MBE. 7-9—Square Dance club, U.S. Gym. 7:30-9—IFC meeting for rushees, 207 U. 7:30 Alpha Phi Omega meeting, 4 WE
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 5 February 1953
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
The DAILY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 58 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1953 KEN’^jTATER WINTER QUARTER EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS STAFF ERNIE MAZZA EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ED CLINEY . . MANAGING EDITOR JIM YOUNG BUSINESS MANAGER CAL RATCLIFF I ASST. BUS. MGR. JANET de NOBEL NEWS EDITOR TOM DUKE COPY EDITOR BRUCE LIMPUS . FEATURE EDITOR BILL MILLER . SPORTS EDITOR BUD OVINGTON ASSISTANT BARB DAVIDSON . SOCIETY EDITOR MARJII DICK ASSISTANT SHELLEY FACTOR CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER AL PASHIN COMPETITION ED. MARY ANN LOFTUS -• LIBRARIAN .REPORTERS WAYNE ALLEY, SUE LIECK, HAL MAYHEW, JIM BUTLER, JOY RHODUS, JANET HARSH, MARCIA HILL. DICK GRANGER . ADVERT. MAN. SEVE TURCHIK ASST. AD. MAN. BUD MURRAY EDITIONS MAN. JACK BERREY CIRCULATION MAN. 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....
4 Finalists For Queen [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
4 Finalists For Queen Four coeds were chosen as finalists in the 1953 Chestnut Burr Queen judgings Wednesday evening in the Union ballroom. There were 59 girls entered in the contest. The winner will be revealed in the Stater the day the Burr is distributed in May. The four finalists are: Doris DeCenso, Delta Gamma, of Kent; Joyce Fierstos, Chi Omega, of Canton; Frances Gordon, Alpha Phi, of Wooster; and Connie Wendt, Alpha Phi, of Cleveland Heights. One of these girls will reign as queen, while the rest will serve as atatendants. The contestants were judged on four points, poise, figure, posture, and facial beauty. Judges were Ron Moscati, Burr editor, Prof. Paul Kitchin of political science, and Bob Swartout, local photographer.
AF Offers Grads Jobs [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
AF Offers Grads Jobs Direct commissions in the United States Air Force Reserve and assignment to basic meteorology graduate training are available to mid-year college graduates, according to W. O. Senter, Commanding General of the USAF Air Weather Service. Graduates must have received credit for one year of college physics and mathematics through integral calculus to qualify. Senior men and women, to be graduated in June, may also apply. Applications are available by writing the Commanding General, Air Weather Service, Washington 25, D. C. Graduate training for the program is given at the following universities: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, New York university, University of Chicago, Penn State, University of California, Florida State university, University of Washington and St. Louis university.
Y Groups Vote At Conference [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Y Groups Vote At Conference Three hundred high school students in Hi-Y and Tri-Y throughout the Northeastern Ohio section will mefet here Saturday, Feb. 14, for a pre-legislative assembly meeting. In the morning addresses will be made to the students in the Union. After dinner, the students will have an hour and a half meeting with members of the Ohio General assembly of Northeastern Ohio. In a legislative procedure the high school students will vote for governor, speaker of the house, and other legislative officers. Dr. Mona Fletcher of the political science department is general chairman. This is the second year for the series of conferences.
Coeds Rush Next Week [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Coeds Rush Next Week Winter sorority rushing begins Thursday, Feb. 12, at 6:45 p.m. in 204-5 U. with a meeting for rushees and sorority presidents. Attendance is required of all rushees. Any girl unable to attend should notify the Dean of Women’s office. Silence period began Jan. 29 and will continue through the rush parties. Any sorority or rushee violating this regulation will be subject to penalties prescribed by the National Panhellenic council. These include deferred pledging, deferred initiation, and deprivation of social privileges, meaning all entertainment exclusive of formal rushing. The rush list will be divided into six groups for the first two nights of rushing, Feb. 16 and 17. For the other rushing nights, the rushees will indicate their preference as to the time of attendanc. Rushees will be informed of the number of vacancies in all groups. Other information may be obtained from the bulletin board next to the Dean of Women’s office. BURR BEAUTIES. The four finalists ...
'Duke Of Kent’ Contest Opens [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
'Duke Of Kent’ Contest Opens The annual Duke of Kent contest sponsored by Chi Omega will begin Monday, Feb. 4 and run through Feb. 12, according to Rosemary Yalleck, chairman. Fraternities and independent groups will sponsor one candidate each. A full-page picture of the winner will appear in the 1952 Chestnut Burr. Candidates should submit an Bxlo photo to the Chi Omega house today.
Alpha Phi Beta To Be Ninth National [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Alpha Phi Beta To Be Ninth National Alpha Tau Omega will become the ninth national social fraternity on campus Saturday, Feb. 28, when Alpha Phi Beta is installed into the national organization. Approval from the national was received Thursday by Jim Lehner, president of the local chapter. Kent will be known as Zeta Zeta chapter of Alpha Tau Omega. Installation ceremonies will begin Friday afternoon, Feb, 27, and continue through Saturday, closing with a banquet in the evening. Representatives from eight Ohio chapters will attend the services with Mount Union and Baldwin-Wal-lace undergraduate chapters and Akron Alumni chapter acting as installing teams. The High Council of the national will also attend. Alpha Phi Beta, the University’s oldest local fraternity, was founded March 13, 1931. The organization continued until 1942 when they became inactive because of the war. In 1946 they reorganized and purchased their present house at 227 E. College street. Negotiations with Alpha Tau ...
Name Judges, Trophies For ’53 Pork Barrel [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Name Judges, Trophies For ’53 Pork Barrel Trophies will be awarded the four divisional winners in the annual University Pork Barrel, tonight and tomorrow evening. Three trophies will be awarded at the Friday night portion of the show, and one at the Saturday performance. Points will be awarded as follows:’ maximum of 35 points for presentation, 30, effect and audience reception; 25, theme and idea; and 10, costume and set. Highest score possible is 100. Judging the Friday night show will be Mrs. Donald Briggs, Miss Joyce Williams, and Miss Mary Smith, all of the Alliance, Ohio, speech department. Dr. Ray Sandefur, Donald Verian, and Neal Balanoff of the University of Akron speech department will judge the barrel Saturday night. Vieing for the girls’ dormitory will be Moulton and Lowry halls. Skit titles are “The Wedding of the Painted Doll” and “A Night on a Southern Plantation,” respectively. Stopher hall and ISA will compete for a second trophy. The Stopher skit is entitled, “Duel...
'Ghosts’ Has Premiere On Monday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
'Ghosts’ Has Premiere On Monday The Studio Theatre production of Ibsen’s “Ghosts” opens Monday for a nine day run. The play, published in 1881, will make its University debut Monday, Feb. 9, and will run continuously through Tuesday, Feb. 17, excluding Sunday. Marcia Hill, cast as Mrs. Alving, the possessive mother, is president of the junior class and president of Chi Omega sorority in addi- ; tion to her Studio ; Theatre activities. Jim Tushar, portraying Oswald, a young man suffering from an incurable disease, is majoring in music. He secured prac- ij tical acting experi-; ence at Cain Park; Theatre and the: Cleveland play-; house. Tom Wilcoxson, the Pastor Manders of “Ghosts,” is a navy veteran of sophomore standing. Lesser parts will be performed by Ken Ward, Engstrand; Joyce Meeks and Bonnie Meese, alternating the role of Regina. Tickets are available for five performances, excluding those of Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday, Feb. 10, 13, and 14. Tom Lavrich is publicity director...