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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 17 October 1952
The DAILY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 12 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1952 Kent®Btater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin Managing Editor Bill Barrett Business Manager Bud Mays News Editor Julia Yeagley Feature Editor Bruce Limpus Society Editor Pat Boehmer Sports Editor Jim Witzberger Assistant Bill Miller 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, Sally 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 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...
Homecoming Array Impressive [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 17 October 1952
Homecoming Array Impressive Photo by Don Shook AIMING FOR THE BOBCATS in Saturday’s Homecoming tilt with Ohio U. are the 11 men who will line up offensively for the Golden Flashes. From left to right in the line they are: Ron Potokar, right end; A1 Kilgore, right tackle; Penfield Tate, right guard; Bud Porter, center; Frank Felix, left guard; Dick Raidel, left tackle; and Joe Barbee, left end. The backs are: Dick Pitts ,right half; Jim Cullom, fullback; Frank Artino, quarterback; and Bob Scott, left half. Captain Paul Amodio may see some action at quarterback or at right half.
Begin KSU Pix Bureau [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 17 October 1952
Begin KSU Pix Bureau Kappa Alpha Mu, national photo - journalism fraternity, will begin operation of a photobureau today to supply campus organizations with pictorial records of their events. The bureau is composed of eight photographers who are available at all times for assignments. All types of photographs will be taken including house decorations, floats, parties, dances, groups, and other special events. Organizations requesting further information should contact Sheldon Factor, photo - bureau chief, by campus mailbox.
OSU Accepts Grad Credits [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 17 October 1952
OSU Accepts Grad Credits Ohio State university will in the future accept graduate credit beyond the master’s level from Bowling Green, Kent, Miami, and Ohio universities, according to an announcement made by Dr. N. Paul Hudson, dean of the Graduate school at Ohio State. In the past graduate credit from the four institutions was accepted for application only upon the master’s degree, the highest degree given by the four. Under special arrangements a student at Bowling Green, Kent, Miami or Ohio universities may take up to a year of graduate work beyond the master’s degree for credit upon a doctoral program at Ohio State, Each case will be considered individually, according to Dr. Emerson C. Shuck, dean of the Graduate school at Bowling Green.
Queen Finalists Chosen; One To Reign At Game [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 17 October 1952
Queen Finalists Chosen; One To Reign At Game Finalists selected for the Homecoming queen contest are Beryl Miller (left), Arlene Duricky (center), and Becky Merrill (right). One will reign at the OU game. Miss Miller is a 20-year-old senior from Youngstown. She is majoring in business education and is a member of Chi Omega. Becky Merrill, 21, is a Delta Gamma from Massillon. She i 3 a senior and a major in elementary education. Alpha Chi Omega Arlene Duricky from Parma is a senior with a major in sociology. She is also president of Panhellenic council. The identity of the queen will not be revealed until halftime of the Homecoming game.
Bobby Dale’s Orchestra Plays At Annual Dance [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 17 October 1952
Bobby Dale’s Orchestra Plays At Annual Dance By Bill Barrett An impressive array of Homecoming activities will be led off by the annual coffee hour for J-school grads sponsored by Theta Sigma Phi, women’s journalism honorary, in the Union at 10 a.m. Saturday. Open house will be observed by all fraternity and sorority houses all day long. Most will have informal receptions following the football game in the afternoon. Judging of traditional house decorations will begin at 11 a.m. with the three judges making the rounds of the organizations, awarding a maximum of 25 points on theme, 25 points on construction, and 50 points for overall effect. In keeping with the practice of having people of some professional stature to judge the houses it was announced that Lou Darvis, cartoonist for the Cleveland Press, Charles Jeffery, head of the art department at Shaker Heights high school, and Mrs. Samuel Scherr, formerly of the KSU art department and now with Smith &amp; Scherr decoratin...
Publication Editors To Visit NYC [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 17 October 1952
Publication Editors To Visit NYC A1 Pashin, STATER editor, and Ron Moscati, BURR editor, will represent Kent State at the 28th annual Associated Collegiate Press conference and short course at the Hotel Statler in New York city Oct. 23, 24, and 25. The purpose of this conference is to meet and discuss the various problems and policies of college papers, magazines, and yearbooks. Those participating in the short course will include editors, associate editors, managing editors, business managers, and staff members of campus publications. This year’s Conference will attract over 500 delegates who will attend round-table meetings as well as general sessions. Professional newspapermen, magazine editors and writers, and radio and television people have been secured to address the delegates. Associated Collegiate Press is an organization of more than 1,000 college publications. Services of ACP include a Critical Service which criticizes publications and suggests improvements, and a news an...
EDITORIAL Changing Times [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 17 October 1952
EDITORIAL Changing Times It appears they are going to have to revise that old proverb about bad pennies to include old grads, as items which “keep coming back.” The idea of seeing men and women return to the campus they left as students many years before, makes a pretty wonderful thought. There’s something pretty nice about sitting in on a bull session with the “boys of the class of ’21.” Hearing them tell of their exploits—real or imagined, which have grown with the passing years, is an experience in itself. And if they accomplish nothing else, at least they furnish living proof to the freshmen that some people have survived four years at KSU. Each of the thousands of “alums” who have returned to Kent this weekend, are due more than just a stare of curiosity for having survived four years of college, however. We, the students of today owe to our predecessors a heartfelt “thanks” for their work in placing Kent State in its present position as one of the top universities in the midwe...
Bands Bring LIFE To Kent? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 17 October 1952
Bands Bring LIFE To Kent? By Joy Schweinefus LIFE may be with us this Saturday afternoon at the annual Kent State university Homecoming game. According to Prof. Roy D. Metcalf, University director of bands, LIFE magazine has indicated that they are interested in photographing the novel KSU “Twin Bands.” Though LIFE representatives have not said definitely when they will be here, they frequently make it a practice of just “being there!” One such example was their appearance at Massillon two years ago. The idea of “Twin Bands” originated with Professor Metcalf in 1940. Since then, a number of other colleges and universities throughout the country have used the idea. The scheduled program for the Ohio uni-versity-KSU game includes a dance routine of “Sound Off,” and OU formation with the Alma Mater, a formation of a doll while the marching band plays “Oh, You Beautiful Doll” (in honor of the Homecoming queen) and “In My Merry Oldsmobile” as the queen rides down the field in her Oldsmob...
Alumni Return To 'Homes [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 17 October 1952
Alumni Return To 'Home s By Jim Butler Homecoming is a day. It is a day when people come home. They don’t really come home because home is where your parents are. But these persons come home anyway. They come home to the place they learned to love through four struggling years. To those of us who are seniors, Homecoming means more than a football game, a dance and a good time. It means memories and thoughts of the future. It means memories of the three previous Homecomings and how everybody looked forward to the next. But it also means thoughts of finality. It means that this is the last we will attend as undergraduates. It means that this is our last year. It means that soon our good times will be finished and we will face a challenge. The challenge will be to become successful by an application of what we have assimilated in the past few years. But to Freshmen, Homecoming is something different. It is the start of a series of outstanding events which will eventually jell into a co...
Reviewer Scores Play; Says It Lacks Polish [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 17 October 1952
Reviewer Scores Play; Says It Lacks Polish By Tom Fitzpatrick The University Theatre opened their season this week with a production of J. B. Priestley’s “Dangerous Corner.” The play will continue its run until Saturday night. It is not a play to be enshrined in the hall of fame. Girls, cigarettes and estimates of theatrical performances are purely a matter of taste. This then need not be the final evaluation of it. I personally thought it was terrible, and I would be less than honest if I were to say anything different. Admittedly, the play is difficult to perform. However, just because a group of actors are able to memorize dialogue and succeed in making entrances and exits without tripping over the rugs or knocking over any of the lamps is not just cause for me to do critical nip ups over them. The plain truth is that in contrast to other collegiate productions viewed, this is, at best, mediocre. Walt Pierce and Peg Sidley give the only solid performances. Pierce in the role of a...
Mid-America Lead At Stake Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 17 October 1952
Mid-America Lead At Stake Tomorrow Things are getting more tense as the hour draws nearer for the Ohio U. game at Memorial stadium tomorrow afternoon. And by the time the pre-game Homecoming festivities have been run off and the game is ready to start, you can bet that the atmosphere around KSU will be even more expectant. The outcome of the game will go a long way in determining a MidAmerican conference football champion. Each team goes into the fracas with a 2-0 conference record. The team that wins will have taken a tremendous step toward wrapping up the title. If Kent State wins, it will need only one more victory over Bowling Green to wind up with the championship and a perfect loop record. On the other hand, if Ohio U wins—well, you can just about kiss Kent’s chances good-bye. The Bobcats, undefeated in three games, will go into the game as the favorite. But the Kent men are confident of upsetting the dope bucket. At least, they’ve been planning to all week. Coach Trevor Rees ...
DU’s Record Second Victory [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 17 October 1952
DU’s Record Second Victory Delta Upsilon recorded their second straight victory of the season last night by beating Chi Alpha 13-0. George Yost scored all the points for DU. In other games Sigma Nu beat Phi Kappa Tau 7-(r, and Kappa Sigma dumped Theta Kappa Phi, 140. Alpha Phi Beta and Delta Tau Delta recorded shutout victories over Phi Gamma Theta and Sigma Delta respectively. The Betas won 9-0, and Delts 6-0. The Phi Sigs won in an overtime contest from Alpha Epsilon Pi.
TICKETS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 17 October 1952
TICKETS Tickets for the Homecoming game Saturday will be on sale today at the Police office between Kent and Merrill halls between 9 and 2 p.m. Tickets can also be purchased tomorrow morning at the athletic office in the MPE building. Students are urged to purchase tickets early to avoid the rush at the games.
Kent Grads Are Active In Coaching [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 17 October 1952
Kent Grads Are Active In Coaching Homecoming is a good time to' “catch up” on the activities of some of the ex-athletics at KSU. Alumni secretary Dick Paskert reports the following: Job-changes . . . Bill Barton from Tallmadge high school to Wadsworth high, as head coach; Frank Speckalske from Randolph high to Cleveland John Marshall as assistant basketball and football coach; Clayton West from Windham high to Navarre high as head basketball mentor . . . Larry Snyder takes over the basketball team at Windham high; Dick Schwabe from Aurora high to Tallmadge as head coach; Virgil Roman appointed head coach at Atwater high. Pete Ahern is now teaching and coaching in Peekskill, N. Y. Dick Riely is no longer in the teaching field but has undertaken the project of growing beans in King Ferry, N. Y. . . . He’s doing well. Emmet Fiely is now administrator of the Montclair, New Jersey schools. Dick “Dude" Kilbourne has taken over as head coach of the Roosevelt high school football squad. Bil...