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Program Changes [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Program Changes Program changes may be made be made starting today at 1 p.m. Changes in classes will be handled every day this week from 1 to 4 p.m. “However, there will be no changes after Friday, October 3,” stated Dr, C. E. Atkinson, University registrar. Registration of night students began last night.
New Bible Centers Library Exhibit [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
New Bible Centers Library Exhibit The publication of the New Revised Standard Version of the King James Bible has supplied the spark for an extensive exhibition of rare Bibles owned by Portage County residents. The exhibition, which is being held in the main lobby of Rockwell library, was arranged under the direction of Mr. Paul Alden of the library staff. Many rare and unusual copies of' bibles are to be found in this showing. Among the more interesting, is a Bible (belonging to Rockwell library) which was printed in the year 1608. Other interesting volumes are the personal Bible of Robert Louis Stevenson and several centuries’ old copies printed in -Dutch and Latin. A local touch of nostalgia is added by the presence of a Bible printed in Ravenna, hundreds of years ago, and bound in an elaborate carved wooden cover. The new version of the Bible, which is the center of the exhibition, enjoying the largest first printing of any book in publishing history, one million copies. Among t...
Burr Officials Are Named [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Burr Officials Are Named The editorial staff of the 1953 Chestnut Burr was introduced to newcomers at yesterday’s staff meeting. Editor of the book is Ron Moscati; associate editor, Anne Liberati; picture editor, Earl Swaney; copy editor, A1 Fraser; organization co-editors, Flo Lou Lawrence and Joan Reed; Greek editors, Maritherese Burr and Jerry Lowe; art editor, Jean Ann Macan; index editor, Mary Jane Gasser: Moscati, Niagara Falls, N. Y., was on his high school yearbook staff and was chief photographer of the 1952 Chestnut Burr. Ann Liberati, Niles, Ohio, was copy editor of the ’52 Burr. Miss Liberati was a reporter for the Niles Times and the Western Reserve Democrat, this past summer.
New Members Added To Staff [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
New Members Added To Staff Along with the new freshmen, several new faculty members have been added to the University. These people have been approved by the board of trustees as replacements for those on leaves of absence and as additions. Among those new to the Univer-* sity are: Capt. Horace L. Cone, veteran of the Berlin air lift, assistant professor of air science and tactics; John L. Peterson, a KSU graduate, appointed as an instructor in trade and industrial education", and Dr. Rudolph Bernard, named temporary assistant professor of foreign language. In addition, Elizabeth Seeger, the new assistant dean of women, takes the vacated place of Mrs. Margaret W. Swanson. Mrs. Swanson’s appointment as dean of women becomes effective today. Temporary for the fall term: George Masterton, assistant professor of sociology replacing Prof. ■ Oscar Ritchie; and Dr. ChongRwen Kao, assistant professor of geography. New instructors are; Almeda S. Babcock, home economics; and Eugene G. William...
League Plans Sister Tea [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
League Plans Sister Tea Women’s league will sponsor its annual “Big-Little Sister Tea,” Sunday, October 5, from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Union lounge. All freshmen, transfers, and their big sisters are invited to attend. Although many big sisters may be unable to come, their little sisters are urged to attend. All big sisters are to pick up their invitations at the desk of the dorm in which they live, or at the Dean of Women’s office if they live off campus or commute. The Co-chairmen Jerry Walker and Ann Winne emphasize that the girls do not need invitations to attend.
Announce Averages [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Announce Averages Phi Gamma Theta and Delta Gamma lead the social Greeks on campus with the highest point averages for last Spring quarter, according to the offices of Dean of Men, and Dean of Women. Phi Gamma Theta averaged 2.527, high for fraternities, and Delta Gamma led the sororities with an average of 2.78. Phi Kappa Tau, Theta Kappa Phi, and Delta Upsilon were the next three highest fraternities with averages of 3.518, 3.463, and 3.433 respectively. They were followed in order by Kappa Sigma, Sigma Nu, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Chi Alpha, Alpha Phi Beta, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Sigma Kappa, Phi Beta Phi, and Sigma Delta. Chi Omega, Gamma Phi Beta, and Alpha Gamma Delta followed Delta Gamma in the sororities with averages of 2.687, 2.686 and 2.678 respectively. They were followed by Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Zeta, and Alpha Phi.
Lt. Politella Guides Film [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Lt. Politella Guides Film Dario Politella, assistant professor of journalism, who is on active duty with the Army Air Corps in Japan, is serving as technical advisor to a Columbia Pictures crew in Japan. The movie, a picture on the Army liaison pilots, will be titled “The Flying Jeeps.” Politella’s duties will be to advise the cameramen and director in accurate filming of the movie. He has been working on the set since mid-September and is expected to finish the shooting around October 15. Politella taught at Kent from September, 1950 until he was recalled as a First Lieutenant in June, 1951. He is scheduled to be released from service November 26, and will resume his teaching duties winter quarter.
EDITORIALS Improving With Age [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
EDITORIALS Improving With Age “Necessity is the mother of invention.” The same might be said to be true of improvement. At least this fact is in great evidence at KSU. To those of us who have been here for several years it is easy to see the vast improvements that have taken place on the campus just recently. The necessity for these improvements arose from the increase in enrollment which followed the second World War. Stopher hall was constructed to ease the shortage of housing for male students. To attend to the health needs of the large enrollment, a health center was built. Then came the Student Union to take care of the recreational needs of all. On the athletic side, the new MPE building and football stands were added to the back-campus area. What was once farm land became a working part of the campus. Improved roads enabled the students to reach this area. For the great increase in art and industrial arts students it was necessary to move these departments from their cramped ...
GOP Publication Defends Nixon Attacks Stevenson’s Private Fund [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
GOP Publication Defends Nixon Attacks Stevenson’s Private Fund By Al Pashin An article appearing in a publication of the Republican National committee contains the following pertinent information: “A few days ago, Stephen A. Mitchell, chairman of the Democratic National committee, demanded the immediate resignation of Richard Nixon. “Mr. Mitchell was horrified by reports that some of Senator Nixon’s office bills were paid from a fund set up by California constituents. Mr. Mitchell, it appears, was only a little more aghast than President Harry Truman. According to reports, Mr. Truman hustled the Justice department into action. Moving with a trifle more dispatch than he displayed in the cases of Alger Hiss, etc,, he demanded instant investigation. - “Senator Nixon thereupon took his case to the American people. In a move unparalleled in political example, he bared his financial record as a man, as a Congressman, as a Senator. To attest their faith, hundreds of thousands of telegrams,...
Bibler Brings LMOC To KSU [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Bibler Brings LMOC To KSU Once again the Kent Stater will show the trials and tribulations of the perennial "Little Man on the Campus,” as Dick Bibler popular cartoonist, returns his art to this campus. Worthal, Professor Snarf, and the other collegiate characters featured in the cartoon series have long been a favorite with students throughout the nation, and now appear in more than 180 campus papers. The series began about five years ago while Bibler was a' student at Kansas University. Since he couldn’t get the GI Bill to support him after graduation, he let Worthal, Snarf, et al do the job. You will see the results soon—in the Stater.
KAMPUSCOPE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
KAMPUSCOPE By Ed Cliney Want ads do' not usually offer college students much in reading material, but after reading a Cleveland newspaper, that carries no news of Pogo, I took to reading the want ads of the Purdue Exponent. They offer a real deal for all firm believers in the college students ideals, Pogo and Li’l Abner. “Wanted: Young ambitious male and female students who are eager to read Pogo and Li’l Abner weeks ahead of their publication. This is the chance of a lifetime to be one of the few who are in the know on what will happen to Daisy Mae’s nose and Pogo’s chances in the forthcoming election. You can be the hero of your residence unit.” “It is easy to fulfill the requirements for this job. The Exponent is looking for workers.” I considered packing my bags until the Stater editor told me that Bibler’s cartoons had arrived and would be in the paper today. The Exponent also said there are fewer non-believers of Pogo at this date than last year. With this rise in his populari...
the PRESS box [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
the PRESS box Kent State was mentioned in one sentence in a recent issue of Collier’s magazine, but that sentence appears to have attracted quite a bit of attention. Francis Wallace, famous author and football predictor, made his preseason selections in Collier’s. While skipping through various conferences in the nation, he mentioned that “the Mid-American conference is a closely knit, well organized group,” and that, “Kent State could sneak in and take it all.” Since that remark appeared in Collier’s, various publicists have enlarged upon it until now Kent has become a heavy favorite to cop the Mid-American championship. Nonsense. If Kent wins the M-A it will be a well-earned, welldeserved and highly coveted honor. Kent is definitely an underdog regardless of thef act Miami and Cincinnati are not on the KSU schedule this year. The Golden Flashes play four conference opponents. They have already defeated one of them, Western Michigan. They should take number two Friday night against...
Flashes Tie For First Place In Mid-American Conference [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Flashes Tie For First Place In Mid-American Conference Kent State is tied with Miami' and Toledo for the top spot in the Mid-America conference, according to statistics released yesterday. Each of the trio has won one contest without a loss. Kent has downed Western Michigan, 20-13, Toledo has edged Western Reserve, 10-9, and Miami has routed Bowling Green, 42-7. Cincinnati and Ohio University have not played conference teams thus far. In total games played, the MA squads have won eight of 12 contests, with Kent and Cincinnati having won two each. In conference play this weekend, Toledo is at Ohio U. in addition to Reserve being at Memorial Stadium here Friday night. Here is a breakdown of the games played and points scored: Conference Games W L Pts. Opp. Miami 1 0 42 7 Kent 1 0 20 13 Toledo 1 0 10 9 Western Michigan .... 0 1 13 20 Western Reserve 0 1 9 10 Bowling Green 0 17 42 All Games Western Michigan 11 57 26 Miami 1 0 42 7 Kent 2 0 46 20 Toledo 11 16 16 Western Reserve 0 1 9 10 ...
Ticket Information [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Ticket Information Tickets for Friday night’s game with Western Reserve will go on sale Thursday at 9:00 at the Police office between Kent and Merrill halls. A student must have his activity card and 50 cents to purchase a ticket. At the game the student must bring his ID card to prove that he is a student. The student section is located in the new section of the stadium, sections 1, 2, and part of 3. If a student brings a guest he can sit in the student section but must purchase a $1.20 ticket. Students are urged to purchase tickets early to avoid the crowd at the game.
Intramurals And Tennis [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Intramurals And Tennis There will be a meeting of all fraternity athletic managers in Room 150, M.P.E. building at 4:00 today. Touch football for fraternities will begin on Thursday, October 9, and independents on Tuesday, October 6. Anyone interested in officiating at touch football games should get in touch with Vic Moore at the M.P.E. building. All men interested in varsity tennis are asked to report to Coach Karl Chestnut today at 3:00 in the Intra-mural office.
Kent Gridders Seek Third Straight Win [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Kent Gridders Seek Third Straight Win Kent State’s Golden Flashes go after their third straight victory and second Mid-American victory here Friday night when the Western Reserve Red Cats invade Memorial stadium. Game time is 8:15 p.m. Reserve lost their opener at To-' ledo last week, 10-9. Toledo kicked a field goal with less than one minute remaining. Coach Trevor Rees and his charges will test Reserve’s “swinging single wing” offense. Thus far the Golden Flashes have only seen variations of the T. Kent will be after its second consecutive victory over Western Reserve. Last year Kent whipped Reserve for the first time in the six-year-old series. The Red Cats had defeated Kent four times and one game resulted in a deadlock before the Golden Flashes came through with a 42-20 win last season. Coached by Eddie Finnegan, the Red Cats are expected to uncork a wide open aerial display as well as a good running attack. Finnegan has 14 lettermen returning from last year's squad. In an effo...
Kent’s Split-T licks With Amodio At QB [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Kent’s Split-T licks With Amodio At QB By Joe Durbin A player who in the words of Head Coach Trev Rees is a “real leader,” is the 1952 captain of the Golden Flashes. His name and position, Paul Amodio, quarterback. “Amo,” as he is called by his teammates, is the mainspring of Rees devastating split-T offense which has already downed Western Michigan and Mount Union. The reason for Amodio’s success* with the split-T is that he is a former halfback and has the speed that a ball carrier must have. The option play, one of the strong plays of the split-T offense is tailor made for Amodio since it calls for a Paul is not a brilliant passer. However he has completed 6 of 13 tosses for 67 yards with one toss going for a TD against Mount Union. Amodio played his high school ball here in Kent at Roosevelt. He worked from the halfback spot then and was captain. He was chosen the most valuable player on the All-Western Reserve league team. Following graduation from Roosevelt, “Amo” entered Kent...
WORLD SERIES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
WORLD SERIES Game time is 1:30 for the opening game of the World Series and as usual the New York Yankees are 7-5 favorites to retain thenworld title for the fourth consecutive time. The National League champs, the Brooklyn Dodgers, will lead with their ace relief pitcher, Joe Black, and wiley old Casey Stengel of the Yanks counters with “Big Chief” Allie Reynolds.