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Phi Tau's Win Cup; Greeks Elect [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
Phi Tau's Win Cup; Greeks Elect On Monday night Bob Saiger replaced the retiring A1 Kor J man as master of Phi Deutron chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi. Other newly elected officers are: Earl Pollack, It. master; Ed Berlin, scribe; Hoy Berko, exchecquer; Jules Braun, member-at-large; Lee Cohen, sentinal. Master Saiger appointed Wally* Simon rush chairman. Continuing 4n last year’s duties are: Jules Braun, house manager; Roy Berko, Booster club and political representative; A1 Korman, political representative; Ed Berlin, intramural chairman. An exchange party was held with Sigmaphi club last Wednesday night. Alpha Phi Beta Jim Littlefield has been elected the new steward of Alpha Phi Beta. Twenty-two Betas and their guests attended the Baldwin Wal-lace-Kent football game. Before the game, they attended a buffet dinner held at the Alpha Tau Omega house at Baldwin Wallace. Kappa Sigma Plans are being completed for the Kappa Sigma open smoker to be held this Tuesday evening at the house. Ral...
Honoraries Planning Pledging; Parties [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
Honoraries Planning Pledging; Parties DELTA PSI KAPPA will meet today at 4 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Virginia Harvey at Twin Lakes. A weiner roast will be held at 5 and the observance of Founders’ day at 6:30 p.m. All HPE faculty, majors, and minors are invited to attend. Anyone wishing transportation will meet in Wills gym at 4. Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary, will hold its fall pledge service and pledge panel tonight at 7 in the Union. Professor Harris L. Dante will be in charge of the pledge panel. Phi Gamma Nu Phi Gamma Nu, national businesswomen’s honorary, has openings now for women majoring or minoring in business education, business administration, commerce, or secretarial science. Eighty hours of college credit and above-average grades are required. Qualified women may obtain application blanks from the secretary in 314 Merrill.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 23 October 1952
CALENDAR THURSDAY, OCT. 23 10-12 noon—PTA Workshop, 2045 U. 4—Delta Psi Kappa, Twin Lakes. 4-5—Wesley “Buzz Session,” panel discussion on “What I Believe and What I Do Not Believe,” Wesley house. 7 and 9—Open smokers: Alpha: Phi Beta and Sigma Delta. 7-9—Kappa Delta Pi, 204-5 U. 7:80-10—Alpha Phi Omega, 101 M; closed smoker, 201 U. cornea THUR.-FRI.-SAT. The Adventure Hit of the Year “THE BIG SKY” with Kirk Douglas —also— Peter Lawford in “YOU FOR ME” UN Hi VI ? wi 'yi THESE UAMDE ARE PRICELESS! They protect the American way of life • • • our homes, our freedoms, our future • These Hands , sensitively trained to respond acutely to the commands of an alert mind and courageous heart, are the hands of a United States Air Force Pilot. The skillful touch of these hands attunes the blasting speed of modern jet aircraft to effective missions in discouraging any enemy. These hands are supremely capable of flying and fighting these machines with devastating effect. These Hands belong to youa...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
The DAILY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 16 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1952 Kent@Stater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin Managing Editor Bill Barrett Business Manager Bud Mays News Editor Julia Yeagley Feature Editor Bruce Limpus Society Editor .JPat 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 perio...
Faculty Has Reception On Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Faculty Has Reception On Saturday The annual Autumn Reception for the faculty will be held tomorrow in the Union ballroom from 8:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Sponsored jointly, by the Faculty Women’s club and Pres, and Mrs. George Bowman, the purpose of the gathering is to honor the new faculty members. Approximately 300 are expected to attend. In the receiving line will be Pres, and Mrs. Bowman, Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Atkinson, Dr. Edna Eisen, and Dr. Olive Woodruff. Co-chairmen of the event are Mrs. Emil Berg, wife of the University business manager, and Mrs. Earl Shumaker whose husband is an assistant professor of chemistry. Chairmen of the hostesses will be Mrs. Allan Dickie whose husband is an associate professor of physics, and Mrs. Michael Radock, wife of the University director of public relations. The fall reception is one of three major functions sponsored by the club each year for the entire faculty. The other two are the Christmas party and the May dinner.
Early Period Books In Library Display [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Early Period Books In Library Display Rockwell library is displaying its collection of private press books this week and next. This display presents the various* types of binding used by the early English and American private presses. Of these, the Kelmscott Press and Doves Press are two of the most outstanding types. William Morris, who worked with the Kelmscott Press, believed that if a book was worth printing, it was worth printing well. Not being content with anything less than perfection, he developed a special formula for the ink which he used, and often designed special types. He believed books received unity of interpretation through ornate cover designs and binding. T. J. Cobden-Sanderson, of the Doves Press, did not agree with Morris’ idea, however, and revolted against his elaborate designing. The Doves Press then created what is considered one of the most perfect type faces in its font. Many examples of both of these types can be found in the display. Graduate students i...
Barnard Gives Booster Report Bill Berzinec Presents New Three-Point Plan [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Barnard Gives Booster Report Bill Berzinec Presents New Three-Point Plan Bulletin (Student Council President Bill Berzinec yesterday presented to the Daily Kent Stater a three-point plan which he hopes will prevent further criticism of the Booster club and will correct malpractices should any exist. The plans call for Berzinec to appoint a member of Student council to attend all Booster club meeting and report to him, for the Booster club to submit a monthly financial report and for weekly minutes of Booster meetings to be submitted.) Replying to charges o£ misuse of funds leveled at Boosters club in Student council and in a letter to the editor of the Stater, Jeff Barnard, Booster president, gave a complete financial report for the 1951-52 school year. Accusations were made by Lowell' Smith who claimed that “Boosters club ... is run by a few individuals who might possibly be lining their pockets with the dollars of the students.” Following is a rundown of the Booster club financial...
Michael DiSalle Visits University; Speaks To Students, Townspeople [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Michael DiSalle Visits University; Speaks To Students , Townspeople Michael V. DiSalle, candidate for U. S. Senator, urged voters to take a look at the voting record of his opponent, in a speech before an audience of students, faculty members, and townspeople at the University auditorium on Wednesday evening. Showing signs of fatigue from his strenuous campaign, but gaining renewed energy as he spoke, DiSalle blasted the voting record of incumbent Senator Bricker. “He and his ‘isolationist colleagues’ voted repeatedly to slash, restrict, or qualify Marshall Plan Aid to Europe,” stated the Democratic candidate. Drawing a line of guilt by association, he linked the name of Bricker with an outstanding isolationist, Col. Robert McCormick. The publisher of the Chicago Tribune had indicated he considered Bricker a “Super Republican,” and the reason for this distinction was his performance in the Senate, charged DiSalle. Col. McCormick linked the name of Bricker with those of Senators McCa...
EDITORIALS Booster’s Reply [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
EDITORIALS Booster’s Reply Yesterday we saw the charge of “misuse of funds” leveled at the Boosters club. Today we have the Boosters reply, in the form of a financial report. It appears to us to be valid. At least the figures add up. We have not seen the cancelled checks but Jeff Barnard, Booster president, assures us that the checks are open to inspection at any time. We will accept his word on this. From the list of expenditures it is seen that the activities of the Booster club are many and varied. Their contributions to the University and its life are easily seen. We feel that if there has been any misuse of the students* funds it has not occurred within the past year. We have also been assured that there is a complete record of this year’s spendings and income. We feel that a few of the spendings need explanation. Many do not know that the pictures in the MPE Hall of Fame were one of the projects which received financial aid from Boosters. An amount is given each year for the u...
Take Your Choice [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Take Your Choice Starting with Tuesday’s issue we will be running a series of articles dealing with the political campaign on a national and state basis. These articles will be written by men assigned by the chairmen •of the county Democratic and Republican parties. We have received the first stories from the Republicans and the Democrats. With these on hand we can start. We hope that this will give the students a clearer picture of the major issues of the campaign and will encourage them to participate actively in government. We will strive to be as non-partisan as possible, as we feel this is our duty to the student body.
Psychological Clinic Aids Students [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Psychological Clinic Aids Students By Dick Baun The Psychological clinic is one of the most unique but least understood service groups on campus. The Clinic, headed by Dr. Charles H. Winslow, provides a very necessary program to the students at KSU. The program consists of three 4 functions. First, to offer psychological aid for persons outside the University, The Clinic is the only service of its kind in Portage county and one of the few in this section of Ohio, excluding the Cleveland area. Therefore, many persons not affiliated with the University use the Clinic’s services. Secondly, it offers a chance for graduate students to continue their training in psychology. The staff of the clinic consists of many post-graduate students who are expanding their psychological training. Thirdly, and most important, the Clinic is open to all students who have psychological problems. Last year it is estimated that between 750 and 800 students, or approximately one-fifth of the student body, br...
'Time' Raps Youth [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
'Time' Raps Youth By Tom Fitzpatrick Last spring, Time magazine in their best “don’t contradict me” fashion, made a few generalizations about the younger generation. They said of us in part: “The most startling fact about the* younger generation is its silence . . . they are a bit stodgy . . . mild and safe.” They seem to have no militant beliefs. They do not speak out for anything . . . Today’s generation, either through fear, passivity or lack of conviction, is ready to conform.” Now just how much of this do we think is true? It.would appear from the evidence at hand that TIME’S estimate, as unflattering as it may seem in cold print, is largely correct. There is a notable lack of willingness on the part of most students to make a forthright statement of their personal views. The next time your class becomes involved in a discussion on a controversial subject like separation of church and state, Communism or race relations, take a silent count and see how many people actually parti...
Editor’s Mail [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
Editor’s Mail Editor, Kent Stater . .Dear Sir: One can only gather from the amount of coverage given by the Kent Stater to the proposed construction of a collectivistic chapel that there is an extremist group on campus attempting to foist their morality of communalism on the student body. Such a project would shake to the very foundations the traditional pillars of sovereignty of the established religious denominations with its (the chapel’s) amoral lack of doctrine. To an economically-minded person this nihilistic chapel and the funds it will require appear to be but another step in the expropriation of the hard-pressed taxpayer, yet another expurgation from the free enterprise system of Constitutional rights, and another step toward the abandonment of our time-honored American morality. Leslie P. McGovern David Elliot Editor, Kent Stater: Congratulations Char Frolo! You have stated the need for a university chapel exactly! We don’t need it some time in the future, we need it now. ...
LETTERS ? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 24 October 1952
LETTERS ? According to the policy of the Kent Stater all letters to the editor should be limited to 300 words to meet with space limitations. All letters must bear the signature of the person sending them and should be presented to the editor or managing editor in a sealed envelope. The Stater reserves the right to withhold any letters which it considers in poor taste.