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Peace Packets To Help Needy [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
Peace Packets To Help Needy World Community Day is Nov. 7 To celebrate this day, everyone is asked to donate a Packet for Peace to help the destitute children of the world. Packets, large or small, should be composed of used clothing in good condition for children up to six years of age. Most needed articles are warm underwear, sweaters, snow suits, simple dresses and coats for girls; pants, blouses and coats for boys. Layettes are also needed. Contents should be marked on the outside of each parcel. The Packets for Peace drive is being sponsored by the Council of Church Women of Kent.
KSU Opens Community Fund Drive [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
KSU Opens Community Fund Drive Coordinator of Veterans Affairs on campus, Benjamin G, McGinnis, is chairman of the KSU Community Chest drive which begins today. This phase of the drive will end on Wednesday, October 15, to coincide with the one-day town campaign. i “It would be appreciated if all persons wanting to contribute would make their contributions or pledges when the solicitors contact them so that the campaign can end on time,” McGinnis urges. Last year, the total contribution made by KSU students, faculty members, administration officials, and other personnel employed on campus was $2,352, or slightly more than 10 per cent of the total amount, $22,346.48, collected by Kent. The Kent chapter of the Community Chest has set the goal this year at $19,696. This figure is higher than the one set last year because of greater needs for financial support of the various groups receiving aid from the Community Chest. The Boy Scouts, Child Welfare League, Girl Scouts, Salvation Army,...
Zonta International Offers Woman’s Air Scholarship [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
Zonta International Offers Woman’s Air Scholarship The Amelia Earhart scholarship of $l2OO will be awarded again this year to a woman for graduate study in aeronautical engineering, according to an announcement from the Dean of Women’s office. This scholarship was established by Zonta International, International Organization of Executive Women, in honor of the noted aviatrix. The scholarship will be awarded to a woman with a bachelor’s degree who has been recommended for fine character and high ability. An undergraduate course in general engineering or a major in mathematical physics may be accepted as prerequisite for graduate work in aeronautical engineering. The grant may be renewed for a second year if the holder is more qualified than a new applicant of that year. It is to be used in any graduate school approved by the committee. A committee made up of members of Zonta International will pass on the applications and make the award. Applications must be filed with Zonta Interna...
It’s All In The Stars, Don’t Bother To Vote [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
It’s All In The Stars, Don’t Bother To Vote If the public opinion polls of Messrs. Gallup, Roper, and Crossley do not seem wholly convincing to voters in the coming presidential election, magazine and newspaper editors have found ways to convince those who wonder whether Adlai or Ike will be moving into the White House after January 20. According to an article in a magazine section of a widely circulated Sunday paper, the results of the presidential election are all in the stars. If you live by your horoscope, the election is already in the bag, and Adlai had better turn his campaign train around and head back for Springfield, Illinois to forget about the whole thing. This astrologer tells us that Stevenson doesn’t have a chance, it’s all in the stars, Stevenson was born under the humanitarian sign of Aquaris, and the article says that? Aquarians “naturally love people, music and animals, dogs especially.” But the author sadly writes that she doesn’t “find anything strong enough in ...
EDITORIAL Pro And Con [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
EDITORIAL Pro And Con Each of the 5,304 students currently enrolled at KSU came to this school to gain the education, culture and perspective available only at college. It is true that some of the ‘‘students” also came to avoid work or the draft, but even they have absorbed some of the benefits of college life. Some of the finest examples of those benefits are listed in the catalogue under the heading “Fraternities and Sororities.” The establishment of those social and service organizations is unique. They are not found beyond the boundaries of the North American continent. Founded in the United States, their 150 years of activity has spanned the growth of a great nation. It would be impossible to judge the exact correlation between the development of fraternities and a country, but there is, no doubt, some connection between the two. The mere listing of the names of fraternity men who were, or are, this nation’s leaders, would be impressively long. These men learned in college the ...
Nocturnal Flower Blooms [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
Nocturnal Flower Blooms By Bruce Limpus It seems at times that nature is very jealous of her beauty, but if you had been walking on the drive behind McGilvrey hall a few nights ago, and happened to look in one of the lower windows you would have seen one of her most coveted treasures. The Night-Blooming Cereus was in full array. This flower is of the cactus family, and its natural habitat is in tropical America. When it is not in bloom it is tall and awkward with long narrow leaves. Only once a year does nature give us the Cereus’ lovely bloom. This is contrary to the myth that it blooms once every five years. According to J. Arthur Herric, professor of biology, the Cereus will bloom every year if it is treated right, and sometimes there may be more than one bloom on the same plant. The blooms are many petaled, large and trumpet shaped. The one in our biology department is a common cultivated species. It is white tinged with pink. As one of the Cereus’ admirers stated, “In modern ti...
Susie Finds The Answer [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
Susie Finds The Answer By Louis Paskoff Susie was usually a happy girl, free from dull, soapy hair, mid-morning let-down, and dingy teeth. She was attractive and sweet, due to an intake of chlorophyll approached only by a grazing heifer. She smiled at her professor from behind her text book and read a chapter a week and didn’t worry about it. She rarely thought hard about anything, but she didn’t worry about that either. She was a happy girl. Usually. One morning she came into the Hub feeling strangely troubled. While waiting for her boy friend, she looked at the rainy windows and tried to feel happy. She tried so hard she nearly ate the cellophane on her Radarburg. The taste of the cellophane was awful. It reminded her that she was really unhappy. She tried reading the Stater to take her mind off things, but the news was very dull; no coffee had been spilled in the Hub for three days. She didn’t even have a movie magazine to read, so she was very relieved when her boy friend came o...
Unbeaten Kent And BW Play At Berea Flashes Go After Fourth Victory Tomorrow Night [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
Unbeaten Kent And BW Play At Berea Flashes Go After Fourth Victory Tomorrow Night By Joe Franko Yellow and Gold seldom match. They’ll certainly clash Saturday night when the Yellow Jackets of Baldwin-Wallace and the Golden Flashes of Kent State tangle in Berea, at 8. A capacity crowd is expected to be on hand to see the Jackets pick on their favorite foes once again. In the 12 meetings, dating back to 1922, B.W. has won 11 while the Flashes have won only once, 14 to 7. To add to the lopsided statistics' Baldwin Wallace “nipped” the Staters, 118 to 0, in 1923. That is one of the all-time records held most highly in Berea. The two teams last tangled in 1946 when B.W. notched a 21 to 12 win. To provide more dramatic atmosphere both teams are looking forward to one of the best season’s in the history of the respective institution. The Northerners have won their first two games, one a glaring upset win over powerful John Carroll. The other was over hapless Akron U. In the meantime Kent h...
FIELD HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
FIELD HOCKEY Interested in field hockey? All university women who are interested in playing on the women’s hockey team are urged to report to the athletic field on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3-5 p.m. The team, coached by Miss Hester Jane Johnston, assistant professor of H.P.E., is planning to schedule games with Bowling Green, Lake Erie College, Hiram, Mount Union, and Baldwin Wallace.
Phi Taul’s In I-M League Top Spot [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
Phi Taul’s In I-M League Top Spot In the opening round play of the intra-mural football league last night Phi Kappa Tau recorded their second victory of the week by defeating Phi Beta Phi, 28-6. In other action Sigma Nu romped over Delta Tau Delta, 20-0; Delta Upsilon defeated Alpha Epsilon Pi, 16-6; Theta Kappa Phi beat Phi Sigma Kappa, 6-0; Alpha Phi Beta ran over Sigma Delta, 20-0, and Kappa Sigma topped Chi Alpha 13-12.
Kent Frosh Squad Set [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
Kent Frosh Squad Set Kent State university freshman football coach, Dick Kotis held the first scrimmage of the campaign this week and is well pleased with the overall picture. Kotis had Ed Osnowitz, Toledo DeVilbiss, operating from the quarterback slot. Kotis has much praise for the manner in which he directed the team’s offense. The frosh mentor was especially impressed with the running of Ted Wojten, former Canton Lincoln star. Also giving an impressive performance was Jack Rittichier Barberton, whom Kotis shifted from quarterback to halfback in order to get more speed in the latter position. Showing plenty of fire, determination, and ability on the forward wall for the Flash frosh were Guards Tony Bukovec, Cleveland Benedictine, Jerry Bacik, Lakewood, Jack Menopace, New Philadelphia, and End John (Mike) Keanrs, Pittsburgh, who blocked very well at the flanker position.
Tate, 170, Big Man In KSU’s Offensive Line [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
Tate, 170, Big Man In KSU’s Offensive Line Although they once played foot- &lt; ball for red-hot rival high schools, Coach Trevor J. Rees and Guard Penfield Tate 111 are now aiming for a common goal at KSU. Rees, now in his seventh year as head football coach and athletic director at Kent, once played football at Dover high. He captained the team for two seasons. And Tate, now a senior at Kent, hails from New Philadelphia high. Dover and New Philley are sizzling rivals, somewhat near that of Canton McKinley and Massillon. Rees is gunning for an undefeated season and the Mid-American conference championship. Tate is determined to do his share in attaining that goal. Penfield is five feet, 10 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds. He was rated seventh among small college guards in the nation last year. New Hampshire, Morris Harvey and Ohio U named him to their allopponent teams. “Penfield is very fast and elusive,” says Rees. “He can diagnose plays well. He’s very easy to coach. Y...
TICKETS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
TICKETS Tickets for the football game with Baldwin-Wallace tomorrow night may be obtained in the athletic office in the MPE building. Tickets for students are $l.OO apiece. If you plan to go it would be advisable to obtain your tickets early to avoid the Homecoming crowd at Berea, announced Graduate Manager of Athletics Jack Urchek.
Yankee Bench Wins Series ... Nieman [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
Yankee Bench Wins Series ... Nieman By Bob Nieman The stronger New York bench is the outstanding factor in the Yankees World Series victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers. Just as they have done all year, the Yanks reached into their wealth of reserve material in the name of Bob Kuzava, to capture the big game, and their fourth consecutive championship. Manager Casey Stengel again proved the extreme value of good reserves by inserting Kuzava into the most ticklish spot in the tingling series. The big left-hander came through in true Yankee fashion—being “up”, when the blue chips were down, Kuzava justifiably takes his place alongside 40-year-old John Mize, also a sub, as the big hero of the Series. And don’t forget Irv Noren, a part-time outfielder-first baseman, who filled in so ably for the slumping Hank Bauer. In the first place, the Yankee bench put the Yanks in the Series, and then won it for them when they got there. Stengel used 102 different line-ups in the course of the season. ...
New Types Of Courses Are Offered By Eastern School [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
New Types Of Courses Are Offered By Eastern School Two new interdepartmental 1 courses will be introduced into the Smith College curriculum this year, designed for sophomores, juniors and seniors. “Contemporary India and Its Role in Asia,” with no prerequisites re-., quired, will focus on the political, social and economic problems in India since 1947. Following an analysis of the process by which independence was achieved, a study will be made of India’s current problems and its methods of solving them. The problems and solutions will be compared with those of Southeast Asian countries, the U.S.S.R. and Communist China. The influence of British ideas and practices on contemporary India, will be considered with a view to determining the impact of Western democratic concepts on a leading Asiatic nation. The course will conclude with a discussion of the contribution the United States can make to alleviate the problems faced at home and abroad by India and Southeast Asia. History and S...