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Supper, Mixer Among Wesley, Newman Plans [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
Supper, Mixer Among Wesley, Newman Plans A service will be held in honor of a new version of the Holy Bible in the Kent Methodist church Tuesday, Sept. 30, at 7:30 p .m. Both faculty and students are urged to attend. The new Bible, just contains the revised standard versions for both the Old and New Testaments. The invocation for the service will be given by the Rev. B. Forest Bond of the Kent Episcopal Church. Rev. Herbert E. VanMeter of the Kent Congregational church will read scripture from the new Bible. The Rev. Howard Wiant of the Kent Methodist church will offer the prayer, and a quartet from the Methodist choir will provide special music. Dr. Richard Wolf, professor of church history in Oberlin Graduate School of Theology will be the principal speaker. Wesley Foundation Wesley house will be buzzing with activity every evening this week as plans get underway for the year’s activities. More than 125 students attended Sunday night’s meeting. Specially invited to every meeting t...
Contestants Sought For 'Mademoiselle’ [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
Contestants Sought For 'Mademoiselle’ The annual college board contest, sponsored by Mademoiselle magazine, is now in progress. The twenty winners will work for a month on the August, 1953 college issue of Mademoiselle. Participants must enter a 1500 word criticism of Mademoiselle's August, 1952 college issue and then criticize in detail a special field of interest. On a separate page, send the name, class year, college, home address, major, minor, extracurricular activities, and summer jobs. Any women undergraduate at Kent State university is eligible. Entrants must be available for work in New York during the entire month of June, 1953. Transportation will be paid by Mademoiselle and salaries will be paid. All entries must be typewritten and postmarked no later than November 30, 1952. Address: College Board Editor, Mademoiselle, 575 Madison Ave., New York 22, New York.
HOPPED UP [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
HOPPED UP The first Mid-Week Hop of the fall quarter will be held tomorrow, Oct. 1, from 8 to 10 p.m. in the Wills gym. Jimmy Riggs orchestra will play for the dance. The price of admission is 25 cents per person. These weekly dances will be held in Wills gym throughout Oct.
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
WKSU-FM The Voice of Your Community Thursday, Sept. 30, 1953 11:59 Sign on 13:00 Rhythm Rambles 13:30 Especially for Women 13:45 Trip Through Switzerland 1:30 Musical Chats 3:00 Sign off 4:59 Sign on 5:00 Music at 1700 5:15 Children’s Corner 5:30 News and Sports 6:00 Dinner Hour 5:45 Excursions in Science 7:00 University Library Presents 7:30 American Folkways 8:00 To Be Announced 8:30 News 8:45 Sign off 8:35 Evening Devotions
M. W. Swanson Womens Dean [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
M. W. Swanson Womens Dean Tackling the man-sized job of Dean of Women at Kent State university this year will be Mrs. Margaret W. Swanson who for two years served as assistant to Ada V. Hyatt. As Dean of Women, she will be responsible for the welfare of every girl on campus, advisor to Women’s League, and direct supervisor over the women’s dormitories. A Painesville native, she graduated from Denison with an AB degree in school administration and guidance. She received her MA from Western Reserve. Before she came to Kent in 1950 she was assistant principal at Willoughby high school and also served as physical education supervisor to the Andrews School for Girls near Cleveland.
Western Reserve Poll Reveals College Enrollment Is Rising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
Western Reserve Poll Reveals College Enrollment Is Rising Results of a long-range study forecasting future enrollment in the 13 colleges and universities in northeastern Ohio have been announced at Western Reserve University. College registrations, the study 4 reveals, beginning with the 1952-53 academic year will rise gradually until, climaxing increased acceleration in the early 1960’5, a recordbreaking peak is reached in 1967. This encouraging look into the future is the basic conclusion of the comprehensive study which is titled formally “Study of Future Demand for College Admission.” The project has been under the supervision of Dr. R. Clyde White, director of institutional research on this campus. In calculating the probable number of college freshmen in future years, Dr. White and his staff studied countless factors, including birthrate trends, life expectancy tables, pressure of employers for college-trained personnel, flexibility of the social group structure, economic cond...
DU’s Cited By National For Outstanding Projects [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
DU’s Cited By National For Outstanding Projects The Kent State chapter of Delta Upsilon won the national trophy on public relations for its outstanding projects. This included: two help-weeks (at which time two retarded chil- ►dren’s schools were re-decorated), blood donations, sponsoring a thirty minute program over WKSU’s “Follow the Gleam,” (The script was written and the parts played by members of the fraternity), All-Uni-versity Masquerade Ball. The chapter sponsored the Powder Bowl, invited President Weaver of Lake Erie college to supper. They also traveled to Lake Erie college to a buffet lunch and party at President Weaver’s request at which time girls from the dormitories were entertained by the members of the fraternity, and sponsoring the crowning of the K-girl and traditional painting of the K. (This takes place each spring quarter on Campus day.) The 118 th International convention of Delta Upsilon international fraternity was held September 8-6, 1952 at Rochester, New ...
Students Needed At WKSU FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
Students Needed At WKSU FM As WKSU-FM welcomes Kent to another year of broadcasting, a call goes out to the students. The station needs assistants in every department. It isn’t necessary to be a radio major to join the staff. Anyone interested is asked to report to the radio studios in 319 K. WKSU-FM has a new religious program this year entitled Evening Devotions. It will be produced in cooperation with the clergymen of all denominations of Kent and will be aired every evening at 8:30 Monday through Friday.
SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
SCHEDULE All campus organizations are asked to note the following schedule for the society page of the STATER for fall quarter. Tuesday’s STATER will feature independent club news, Wednesday will be devoted to sorority news, Thursday to fraternity news and Friday to religious news. All organizations are asked to have their news turned in to the STATER office by 10 o’clock of the day before the news is to appear in the STATER.
PR Office Launches New Speaker Bureau [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 September 1952
PR Office Launches New Speaker Bureau Operation of a newly-organized faculty speakers service at Kent State university begins this fall. Directed by the public relations office, the service is an outgrowth of the increasing number of requests from organizations who frequently Call upon the University for speakers of proven ability. Arrangements for any speakers are made either through the Speakers Service or directly with the individual concerned.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 2 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1952 Ken^Stater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin Managing Editor Bill Barrett Business Manager Bud Mays Co-News Editors Ernie Mazza Janet de Nobel Copy Editor. . . .Lee Featheringham Feature Editor Bruce Limpus Chief Photographer-Mario Blechman Co-Society Editors . . . .Pat Boehmer Flo Lou Lawrence Sports Editor Jim Witzberger Assistant Joe Durbin Reporters Dave Horvath, Joan Osborne, Ed Cliney, Marjorie Dick Librarian Mary Ann Loftus Asst. Business Mgr Jim Young Advertising Manager. .. Cal Ratcliffe Asst. Advertising Mgr..Dick Granger Edition Manager Bud Murray Circulation Manager.Carl Titgemeier 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. Printed by Commercial Press, Inc., 115 S. Depeyster St., Kent, O....
Rifle Team For Girls [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Rifle Team For Girls Women sharpshooters are wanted! Lt. William Mason, ROTC, has issued a call for new members for the women’s rifle team. Last year was the first year that Kent State university had such a team. It was sponsored jointly by the army and air force. There were 35 participants and, according to Lt. Mason, the results were good. T/Sgt. Andrew Roney and Lieutenant Mason will teach the women all firing positions needed to compete with the other teams in the National Rifle association. Any women interested in joining may see Sergeant Roney in the Military Science building at any time or attend the first meeting at 4 o’clock, Oct. 10 in 205 Industrial Arts bldg. Lieutenant Mason said he thought knowledge of rifle-shooting was valuable to many women. He emphasized the fact that physical education majors might find it useful when they begin teaching in high schools where they have such teams.
Prizes Given For Posters [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Prizes Given For Posters Prizes of $5O, $3O and $2O are being offered for winning designs in a poster competition. The designs should illustrate or suggest student travel to Europe and should be centered around a slogan of not more than six words. The competition, which has been recently announced by the Travel &amp; Study, Inc., of New York City, is open to all students, both undergraduate and graduate. The closing date of the contest is Oct. 25. Further details may be obtained from Travel &amp; Study, Inc., 110 East 57th Street, New York 22, N. Y.