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Editor’s Round-up [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Editor’s Round-up Joe College had a lot on his mind this week. It all started when President Eisenhower made his State of the Union address on Monday. True, the president’s new policy stunned many various age groups in the nation but it struck home most with Joe. Maybe it was the sounding of the death-knell for Communism in the Far East but maybe it was the starting of all-out war with the inevitable “we regret to inform you—” missives. Joe didn’t know for sure whether Ike’s message was good or bad but it did set him thinking about the role he would play in the subsequent action. He read with a concerned eye the announcement “Students being graduated in June or September must file application for graduation ...” It’s all happening so fast. A diploma, a degree but what then ? Or worse yet, would he even make it to graduation before being called away to serve his country? The Big Day, the one he’d skimped and saved for to make possible, might be rendered impossible by a blast of a gre...
Bill Charles, Disc Jockey [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Bill Charles, Disc Jockey By Shirley Wright Not passing a radio audition | doesn’t necessarily mean the end of a career in front of the mike. In fact, it was just the spark needed to touch off radio-speech major Bill Charles’ interest in a radio career. In the fall quarter of 1949, Bill, then a freshman from Lakewood, Ohio, auditioned for an announcing job on WKSU. He failed the audition miserably. More determined than ever to find a place for himself on the staff, Bill went back to WKSU to see what other positions needed to be filled at the station. He started working on the writing staff and by spring quarter of that year was head of it. From this Bill went on to become special events director, chief announcer, and occasionally a play-by-play man at basketball games. Now a senior, Charles is program director at WKSU and has his own disc-jockey show over WHKK, Akron, on Saturday afternoons. On this program he tries to give his listeners a variety of the top records in the popular f...
Letters To The Editor [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Letters To The Editor Dear Editor: One year ago the Independent Student party was reactivated here on the Kent State campus. This party was established in order to gain recognition for the independent student in Council, Men’s union, and other student government positions. It was believed that an active independent organization would aid student government in any functions it attempted to carry out. The above factors would have been brought about through the independent students interest in his Independent party which in turn would extend this interest into the student government. Other students would show their interest by voting. &lt; In the past year several elections have been held with the Independents winning several positions in student government. Now eighteen members of the Independent Party have decided to combin in the next election with another political party. Is this minority decision fair to the over two thousand five-hundred independent x students why they ar...
'The World Of Li’l Abner’ Reviews Capp’s Top Strips [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
'The World Of Li’l Abner’ Reviews Capp’s Top Strips By Tom Fitzpatrick (THE WORLD OF LI’L ABNER, by A1 Capp, introduction by John Steinbeck, foreword by Charles Chaplin 175 pp. New York; Ballantine Books. $.35.) Added to the collected works of Hemingway, Faulkner and Shakespeare, posterity has now been given a package edition of the works of A1 Capp. The book, called “The World of Li’l Abner” appeared across the nation last week, simultaneously in hard and soft cover editions. It contains an introduction by John Steinbeck that is worth the cost of the book by itself and a foreword by Charlie Chaplin. Mr. Chaplin is still the world’s best comedian. Although he is currently married to Eugene O’Neill’s daughter, he is no great shakes as a writer. Steinbeck refers to Capp as “very possibly the best writer in the world today.” In many respects most of us would have to agree. He is being read by more people than any other of his contemporary’s and as for the form of his art; well, the cav...
Goon Is Gone [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Goon Is Gone By Bruce Limpus Goon is dead. His life was short, and I will quote from his own text, “I soared to heights incomprehensible to human understanding, man.” He enjoyed a certain amount of popularity, but he couldn’t help feeling that a lot of it was borrowed from a once popular fad of jokes.” The death of this fad was an im portant factor in the death of Goon. I had noticed him waning of late. Worry had him down. His j health was poor. He had failed in ] getting his Goonology course ac-1 cepted by the school. To see defeat on his usually flipped countenance was heartbreaking. He watched charcoal grey take the place of fuschia and magenta. He watched the tab collar replace the traditional rolled collar. But it was the shock that Tex Beneke was playing at the Military Ball instead of Diz or Miles Davis that proved too much for him. Needless to say, Goon passed away on a very “cool” morning. His life was multicolored and happy. He had found recognition outside of the state, e...
Why Not Try Federal Aid For Post? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Why Not Try Federal Aid For Post? By Tom Duke The response to the article I wrote last week on the necessity of a trained ground observer’s corps was very heartening to me because !_ of its sound thinking and statement of facts on why we need it. Then, too, it was the only response that was received. ’ I looked further into matters and I obtained a Federal pamphlet giving information on the financial side of »the establishment of a ground observer’s corps. Federal pamphlet Number 19, which establishes the Federal Civil Defense Commission, (printed December 22, 1952), says that any state that is attacked by a foreign nation, or any subdivision thereof, will receive the aid that is necessary for it to set up an organized group for the observance of aircraft. This fund will be administered up to and including one-hundred per cent of the total amount that it costs the State or subdivision to set up such a post. Kent is a political subdivision of (the State of Ohio. Therefore it would be...
APOLOGIES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
APOLOGIES Yesterday the Stater ran a story on this page entitled “ ‘Mary Worth’ Goes To College; Unearths Typical Campus Characters” without credit to the author. Since there was a considerable influx of the personal pronoun “I” in the story, a great mystery developed as to the identity of “I.” We hereby apologize and solve the mystery. “I” is Louis Paskoff. Applause to your ingenuity, Louie, that’s one sure way of getting a by-line.
Matmen Meet Ohio At Home; Cage, Swim Squads Travel [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Matmen Meet Ohio At Home; Cage, Swim Squads Travel By Bud Ovington KSU s wrestling team will be the only sports squad at home during the weekend as the basketball and swimming teams travel. The matmen will meet Ohio U in the MPE building at 8 p.m. tomorrow. The swimming team travels to Cincinnati tonight and * Saturday while the basketball team plays Bowling Green tomorrow. After last night’s game with* « "Western Michigan, the Golden Flash basketball team will tangle with Bowling Green in quest of its fifth win. « Coach Harold Anderson’s Falcon’s don’t sport a record much better than Kent, but they are favored to win. The Bee Gees have lost to such \ topflight teams as Niagara, Duquesne, Lawrence Tech, Bradley and Western Kentucky. Bowling Green’s record of seven v wins in 19 games is not quite up to par with previous years, but they have proved their strength by beating Loyola university of f Chicago, John Carroll and Toledo. Carroll and Toledo have both beaten Kent twice this sea...
Fraternity Pin Standings [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Fraternity Pin Standings Chi Alpha, Alpha Epsilon Pi and Delta Upsilon are tied for the lead in the first round of the fraternity bowling league. They are followed by Theta Kappa Phi, Sigma Nu and Phi Kappa Tau, last year’s champion. The standings of the two leagues are listed below: LEAGUE I Team Pts Delta Upsilon 4 Phi Kappa Tau 3 Theta Kappa Phi 3 Alpha Phi Beta 1 Phi Beta Phi 1 Phi Gamma Theta 0 LEAGUE II Team Pts Alpha Epsilon Pi 4 Chi Alpha 4 Sigma Nu 3 Kappa Sigma 2 Sigma Delta 0 Phi Sigma Kappa 0 Delta Tau Delta 0
Kent WAA Head Speaker At Hiram [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Kent WAA Head Speaker At Hiram Betty Moss, president of the Kent chapter of the Women’s Athletic association, has been chosen by the Hiram planning committee to speak at the American Federation of College Women convention Feb. 27 and 28 at Hiram college. Her subject will be: In what ways can WAA work with men’s groups to provide greater social and recreational opportunities? Plans are being made to send as many delegates as possible to the convention. All University women who are interested in going to the conventibn are asked to see Miss Seidel in the HPE office. Transportation will be furnished by the University bus if enough girls are interested.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
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Newmanites To Hold Mardi Gras [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Newmanites To Hold Mardi Gras The Newman club Mardi Gras, the masquerade ball open to all students of the University, will be held from 7:30 to 10 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 15, in the St. Patrick’s school hall. The Mardi Gras will feature the decorative theme of the New Orleans jubilee complete with the selection of a Mardi Gras King and Queen. They will be selected from those wearing the costumes which seem most representative of the event. An orchestra will play for dancing. Paul Marsinkoski is general chairman for the Mardi Gras and all interterested in serving on the various committees should attend this Sunday evening’s business meeting. Marsinkoski has called a meeting for 1 p.m. this afternoon for all committee heads. They will meet informally in the rumpus room of the Hub. These are Gilda Bonivissuto and Conrad . Trigilio, Entertainment; Lillian Seconish and Mary Ann Loftus, and Natalie Deßlasio, Refreshments; Marilyn Roth and Bill Eck, Band; Marianne Kaley, Decorations; and Bea Ro...
Activation Services Held, Suppers Too [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Activation Services Held, Suppers Too SIGMA DELTA held activation ceremonies with a banquet at Young’s hotel last Sunday, Feb. 1. Those activated were Andrew Lokie, Curtis Baker, Charles Ceszcicky, Vern Brangham, and George Fletcher. An exchange dinner was held with Delta Zeta Tuesday, Feb. 3. Marv Egler was chosen model big brother and Curtis Baker was chosen model pledge. PHI SIGMA KAPPA held activation services Monday, Feb. 2. A buffet supper and an informal party followed the services. Mary Smith was elected as candidate for Varsity K Queen. Jim Ledger, pledge, recently entered Crile hospital for a back operation. A visit was made to the Phi Sig chapter at Swarthmore last weekend. ;*l
Research Study Made Of Christian Colleges Aims [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Research Study Made O f Christian Colleges Aims . Gettysburg college is participating in a Research Study project, a joint division of the National Council of Churches of Christ and the American Association of Colleges and Universities, to determine the real meaning and aims of a Christian college. The project has undertaken* the study of 250 church-affili-ated colleges throughout the United States, The project carries on its work by means of correspondence, area conferences and summer workshops. Each of these participating colleges is represented by a committee of faculty members appointed by the president. The basis for the study is an investigation of fundamental topics concerning the college and its environment. The question of how much the religious, racial and political background of an individual applying for admission to a Christian college should be considered before he is accepted is an example of the problems to be met. Qualifications of faculty members, what subjects sho...
Sigma Nu Joins In 'Help' [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Sigma Nu Joins In ' Help ' Zeta Gamma chapter of Sigma Nu at Kent State university will join all other chapters of Sigma Nu throughout the United States in conducting a national ‘Help Week’ during the month of February. As their part of the national effort the Kent chapter of Sigma Nu will work at Ravenna Memorial hospital doing repair and maintenance work. The national ‘Help Week’ is entirely divorced from any like week of pledging. It is intended as a service to the community and also to acquaint the public with the purposes and true nature of fraternities. Commander Jim Cuppy and chairman Ed banning are in charge of ‘Help Week’ operations at Kent in which all active members of the fraternity will participate.
Campus News Life 'N Times [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 February 1953
Campus News Life 'N Times The new teacher-training program at the University of Kansas City provides the courses needed for state certification to teach and l6ads to a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in School and Society, according to Dean Norman N. Royall. He adds that the program also fits the professional needs of men and women looking toward an administrative career in education, “The profession of teaching today with its ever-widening range of activities offers young men and women a career of manifold advantages—in personal happiness, creative living, community service and financial stability,” Dr. Royall declared. “As the economy of the American home shifts to include the wife as part wage-earner, especially in the first years of establishing the home, a young woman, today more than ever, must consider a career when planning her future,” said Dr. Royall. “She must acquire her professional training without sacrificing the broad liberal arts background which is not only th...