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Religious Plans Includes Suppers, Hayrides, Open House, Retreats [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
Religious Plans Includes Suppers, Hayrides, Open House, Retreats Wesley Foundation A weiner roast, football caravan, Sunday school class, election, and a psychological analysis have been planned by Wesley foundation for this weekend. People attending the hay ride and weiner roast will leave the Wesley house at 511 E. Main st. at 7 p.m. tonight. Tickets for the hayride are 60 cents each and may be purchased at the religious office or the Wesley house from the hostess. Tomorrow a Wesley group will go, by car caravan, to the Baldwin Wallace game. All Wesley members wishing to go must sign the caravan list in the religious office before 4 this afternoon. The caravan will leave the house tomorrow night at 6. “How’s Your Make-up” will be the topic 1 for the Sunday evening Wesley meeting. Mrs. Kenneth Hoose of the psychology depart- ment will discuss the topic, giving a psychological analysis of personality and what influences it. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. with the weekly Wesley cos...
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
WKSU-FM The Voice of Year Community FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10 11:59 Sign on 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 TBA 12:45 U. S. Marines Show 1:00 Musical Chats 2:00 Sign off 4:59 Sign on 5:00 Stories &amp; Stuff 5:80 Easy Listening 5:45 News &amp; Sports 6:00 Dinner Hour 7:00 Cavalcade of Music 7:30 Pigskin Review &amp; Preview 7:45 i Concert Stage 8:00 Waltz Time 8:30 News 8:35 Evening Devotions 8:45 Sign off Bernie Russi will review last week’s games and preview this week’s football games on “Pigskin Review and Preview” heard on WKSU-FM at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 10 October 1952
CHESTERFIELD FIRST PREMIUM QUALITY CIGARETTE TO OFFER BOTH REGULAR &amp; KING-SIZE BOTH regular and king-size Chesterfields are premium quality cigarettes and come in the smart white pack. BOTH contain only those proven ingredients that make Chesterfields the best possible smoke: the world’s best tobaccos, pure, more costly moistening agents (to keep them tasty and fresh), the best cigarette paper that money can buy—nothing else. BOTH are much milder with an extraordinarily good taste and, from the report of a well-known research organization no unpleasant after-taste. BOTH are exactly the same in all respects. There is absolutely no difference except that king-size Chesterfield is larger —contains considerably more of the same tobaccos enough more to give you a 21% longer smoke, yet costs little more. ★ CONTAINS TOBACCOS OF BETTER QUALITY AND HIGHER PRICE THAN ANY OTHER KING-SIZE CIGARETTE ASK YOUR DEALER FOR CHESTERFIELD -EITHER WAY YOU LIKE 'EM |||f m A V mm m mm &...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 9 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1952 Ken'^Btater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin Managing Editor BUI Barrett Business Manager Bud Mays News Editor Jim Butler Copy Editor Tom Duke Feature Editor Bruce Limpus Society Editor Pat Boehmer Sports Editor Jim Witzberger Assistant BUI MiUer Chief Photographer-Mario Blechman Librarian Mary Ann Loftus Reporters:—Marji Dick, Barb Davidson, Roy Berko, Marcia Hill, Lois Eichenberg, Ann Boerner, John Bassett, Jack Walas, Joyce Todd, Carol Levens, Joyce Schweinefus, SaUy Jarboe, Joan Osborne, Chuck Glass, Florence Haas, Dick Baun, Tom WilCoxson, Scott Dorrance, Charlotte Frolo, Paul Schlemmer, Dave Horvath, Sandy Roads. Asst. Business Mgr Jim Young Adv. Mgr Cal Ratcliff Asst. Advertising Mgr..Dick Granger Edition Mgr Steve Turchik 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 ...
Trustees OK $2,000,000 Dorm Sign Contract For Research Project Akron Firm Gives Kent First Order [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
Trustees OK $2,000,000 Dorm Sign Contract For Research Project Akron Firm Gives Kent First Order A contract has been signed with the Goodyear Aircraft corporation for the university’s first sponsored research project. The research will be carried on during the school year In connection with aeronautical products manufactured by Goodyear Aircraft. Four faculty members will spend one-third of their time on this project. They are S. K. Schoepfle, K. L. Warren, A. A, Silvidi, all from the physics department and F. L. Brooks of the mathematics department. These four are assisted by R. J. Liefield, a graduate assistant in physics, and Robert Stooksberry, a senior. One research job already under way is the testing and development of a magnetometer head. This is an instrument that is sensitive to changes in magnetic fields. An example of its use would be prospecting for oil or metal ores from an airplane. This instrument, by recording even slight variations in the earth’s magnetic field, co...
Radock, Kent Kiwanis Head, At Convention [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
Radock, Kent Kiwanis Head, At Convention Michael Radock, the university’s public relations director, is now attending the Kiwanis club’s Ohio District convention in Cleveland. This follows his recent election as president of the Kent Kiwanis club. Radock succeeds Loris C. Troyer, editor of the Kent Courier-Tribune. The new president served this year as first vice-president and program chairman. The university’s business administration head, Donald E. Anthony, was re-elected secretary of the Kiwanians. A third member of the faculty, Dean Arden L. Allyn of the department of business administration, is on the Kiwanis board of directors. The new officers will officially begin their terms in January.
Play Try-outs Set [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
Play Try-outs Set Earle E. Curtis, of the speech dedepartment, announced today that “Ring Round the Moon” by Jean Anouilh has been chosen as this year’s freshman play. Tuesday and Thursday, October 14 and 16, have been chosen as try-out days. On Tuesday all Freshmen interested in dramatics are requested to report at 1 p.m. to the studio theatre in 119 Kent. Additional tryouts will be held on Thursday from 1 to 4 and from 7 to 10 p.m.
5,000 Alumni Expected For Festive Homecoming [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
5,000 Alumni Expected For Festive Homecoming More than 5,000 University alumni are expected to return to their Alma Mater Saturday, Oct. 18, for the 1952 Homecoming festivities. Many KSU alumni clubs, include ing those from Akron, Elyria, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, Lorain, Pittsburgh and New York will be represented. A coffee hour for journalism alumni will be held from 10 to 11 a.m. in the faculty room of the Union. Reservations from 54 alumni have been received for the journalism luncheon at 11:45 in the Union ballroom. Mrs. Robert Dix, president of the Alumni association, will reveal future plans after the luncheon. Officers will be elected at a short business meeting following the luncheon. The afternoon will be highlighted with the Kent State-Ohio university football game. At half time the Homecoming queen will be revealed. Informal reunions are being planned in the Kent State union after the game. An open house sponsored by KSU fraternities and sororities will be held to hon...
Library Movie Series Begins Tonight At 6 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
Library Movie Series Begins Tonight At 6 “March of Movies,” a documentary film showing the growth and development of motion pictures, will be presented tonight at 6 and 8:15 p.m. in 104 Arts building. It is the first of a series of movies sponsored by the library. Tickets are available at the library for this movie which is an English adaptation by John Mason Brown. Monty Wooley does the narration, with music by Guy Bernard and French songs sung by Claude Dauphin. The picture contains scenes of the immortals of the Happy Time. Coming movies include “Great Expectations,” on Nov. 4; “Carnival in Flanders,” on Nov, 18; and “Pygmalion,” on Dec. 2.
Community Fund Drive Under Way [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
Community Fund Drive Under Way Representatives of Blue Key and Cardinal Key, national service honoraries, will be at each Stater distribution box tomorrow when the Community Chest drive reaches its peak on the campus. These organizations are in charge of the drive which goes into its final stage tomorrow. Collections throughout the campus also are being solicited by Alpha Phi Omega, national service honorary. Containers will be collected from the fraternities by members of Inter-Fraternity council, while Pan-Hellenic representatives are in charge of sorority contributions. “I anticipate no trouble in closing the campaign on time,” said Benjamin McGinnis, chairman gf the KSU drive, “If everyone does his part, I’m sure that the campaign will close on time.” Pledge cards made by individuals and organizations are due in to McGinnis at 5 p.m. tomorrow.
BMOC’s Note: List Yourself In 'Who's Who’ [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
BMOC’s Note: List Yourself In 'Who's Who’ Nomination blanks for membership in Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities will be available in the Dean of Men’s or the Dean of Women’s office tomorrow. They must be returned by Friday at 4 p. m. Eligibility for Who’s Who, an annual bodk which lists outstanding junior and senior college students, is judged on both scholastic standing and participation in extra curricular activities.
Second Card Party Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
Second Card Party Tonight Men’s union’s second card party of the year will be held tonight in room 205 of the Student union building at 8 p.m. Bridge, canasta and checkers will be played. All persons interested are invited to attend, according to Ed Core, president of Men’s union. He also announced a meeting of the organization today at 3 p.m in the Dean of Men’s office.
Two Units Will House 600 Women [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
Two Units Will House 600 Women The continued expansion of the University was insured Friday when authorization was made by the Board of Trustees to spend $2,000,000 on a women’s dormitory to relieve the urgent housing shortage. President George Bowman announced the trustees gave the green light to an extensive building program and authorized KSU officials to begin negotiations to finance the project. Planned as the first step in a long range program, the dormitory will occupy the site formerly known as Terrace Lodge, temporary barracks. The two-unit structure will house between 500 and 600 women students. It was recommended by Dr. Bowman that the major portion of the dormitory cost be financed by a loan of $1,500,000. A formal request for this sum from the State Teachers Retirement Fund will be made. The loan would be repaid over a 30-year period by income from student housing. Accumulated “Federal rotary” funds totaling $500,000 would supplement this loan. These funds are paid to K...
EDITORIAL Thanks ... [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
EDITORIAL Thanks ... After being something of a step-child among Ohio’s state universities for many years, KSU has really come along within the past decade. Climaxing a tremendous building and expansion program which has enlarged the facilities of the university many times within the past few years, the Board of Trustees last Friday approved the construction of a much needed new dormitory. The $2,000,000 housing unit will be designed to house 500 to 600 women. Approximately that same number was turned away from Kent last September due to lack of accommodations. Beyond the fact that an enrollment of 6000 would look far better than the present 5400 student total, those “students who aren’t here” have no chance to benefit from this school or benefit it. There is, of course, no way of telling how many students have been turned away from Kent in past years because of limited housing. Undoubtedly many fine workers and scholars have been included in the total. The construction of the new d...