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CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
CALENDAR WEDNESDAY, OCT. 29 4-s—Student council meeting, 204 U. 4—Social committee meeting, 207 K. 4—Women’s League meeting, 101 M. 4—American Chemical society meeting, 419 McG. 7- —Debate meeting, 316 K. 7:3O—HPE club meeting, 104 AB. 8- —Mid-week hop, Wills gym. B:ls—Maj. Alexander DeSeversky, aviation author, forum series, aud.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
THE DELTA ZETA SORORITY celebrated its Founders’ day last week. Olive Hemming, president of the active chapter, confers with DZ alums, left to right, Dr. W. Leslie Garnett, professor of English, Miss Amanda Thomas, and Mrs. Theodore Rowe, alumni president, in Union lounge.
Holbrook Leads UCF's Retreat [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
Holbrook Leads UCF's Retreat Nearly 100 students gained new ideas on how to be a Christian on a college campus at the United Christian Fellowship fall retreat held last weekend under the leadership of Dr. Clyde Holbrook, professor at Oberlin. Dr. Holbrook pointed out that the first responsibility of any Christian student is a serious, understanding concern for the academic program which he has undertaken. Specific problems confronting a Christian student at college were raised in the question periods following each of Dr. Holbrook’s talks. These ranged from whether the Christian student should join a sorority or fraternity which discriminates on the basis of race and religion; to whether he should attempt to evangelize his fellow students, and whether he should attend every prayer meeting, devotional and religious service available to him. Saturday evening the students joined in a candlelight Communion service. The church service on Sunday morning was led by the UCF students, with t...
Club Meetings Set This Week [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 29 October 1952
Club Meetings Set This Week The second meeting of the Kent Writers club will be held tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Dr. Arthur E. Dußois, 532 S. Lincoln.. Dr. Dußois and Dr. K. R. Pringle are advisors of the group, whose purpose is to help creative writers through helpful criticism and publication. Art Club Mr. S. R. Rowe, from the Shade Shop, Inc. of Akron, will be the speaker at the meeting of the Art club tonight at 7:30 p.m. in 116 AB. The public is invited to hear Mr. Rowe’s lecture on “Color Harmony.” K Club The year’s first meeting of the K Club will be held Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. in 171 MPE. Plans for the annual Fathers’ day will be made. Refreshments will be served.
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 October 1952
The DAILY Kent Stater WE WANT ADLAI BADLY See Page 2 LIKE IKE See Page 2 VOL. XXIX, No. 19 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1952 Kent@Stater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin Managing Editor Bill Barrett Business Manager Bud Mays News Editor Ed Cliney Copy Editor Flo Lou Lawrence Feature Editor Larry Carpenter Society Editor Pat Boehmer Asst. Business Mgr Jini Young Adv. Mgr Cal Ratcliff Asst. Advertising Mgr..Dick Granger Edition Mgr Jerry Dougher 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. Entered as second class matter Oct. 11 1927, at the Post Office at Kent, O., under the act of 1879. Printed by Commercial Press. Inc., 115 S. Depeyster St.. Kent, O. Subscription price $2 a year. Editorial and business offices located m 115 Merrill hall. Kent State university.
Kent Artists Show Work [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 October 1952
Kent Artists Show Work A November two-man show at the Akron Art Institute will feature the work of William Schock, KStJ art instructor, and his wife, Hazel Janicki. The show will open Friday evening, October 31, and continue through November. Paintings and drawings will be included. Mr. Schock studied at the Museum School of Fine Art in Boston under Zerbe and Shahn. His paintings have been included recently in shows at the Metropolitan, University of Illinois, Butler Art Institute, and in Cleveland and Akron. His wife’s honors include two Metropolitan shows, three Carnegie nationals, the purchase prize in 1947 at the University of Illinois contemporary painting show, a National Academy of Design prize, and the Tiffany Foundation Fellowship award in 1949.
Speakers In Two Meets [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 October 1952
Speakers In Two Meets Members of the Student Forensic association and the KSU debate team will represent the University in two forensic programs on Nov. 1. Along with 11 other colleges and universities, the Student Forensic association will attend the Northeastern Ohio Debate Conference symposium at Baldwin-^allace college. The KSU debate team will participate in a tournament at Denison university. The tournament will be a warm-up debate of the national college question. Tom McManus and Gary Banas, will uphold the affirmative for Kent State, with Ron Rice and Joan Webster on the negative team. Professors James Holm, Robert Stockdale, and Robert Kent will accompany the students.
Boosters’ Club Pep Rally Set [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 October 1952
Boosters’ Club Pep Rally Set Boosters club has scheduled a pep rally for the Bowling Green game at 9 p.m. tonight at Prentice Gate, according to Jeff Barnard, president. Plans Include a pep band and the cheerleaders along with several members of the football team and at least one member of the coaching staff. This has been assured by Coach Trevor Rees. Future plans by Barnard call for a sorority pledge class cheering contest on Nov. 6. This is an annual contest.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 October 1952
AN AIR FORCE ASSOCIATION medal was presented by Col. William Workman to Cadet Colonel Roy D. Northridge of the Air ROTC. The award is made to a cadet yearly on the basis of outstanding achievement. The Bronze Star will be awarded to Capt. Bruce Herbruck, instructor in the AFROTC.
SC Accepts Report; Club Minutes Read [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 October 1952
SC Accepts Report; Club Minutes Read By Joe Durbin Acting like a Republican administration with a completely Democratic Congress, Student council yesterday afternoon accomplished little more than accept the report of a special committee investigating the Booster club. The report completely exonerated' the present Booster club administration while reporting that some past officers may have been guilty of misuses of funds. The committee expressed the opinion that not much could be done to punish the former officers. In the only other business, Council heard the minutes of Booster, Election and Allocations meetings and appointed two Council members to organizations. Ann Atkinson was named as Council’s representative to Woman’s league and Dave Bantz was named to attend Booster club meeting and report to Student council. At Lowell Smith’s request, Bill Berzinec repeated the measures that he anounced would henceforth regulate the Booster club. They include a quarterly financial report, mi...
Rushing Ends 4 PM Friday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 October 1952
Rushing Ends 4 PM Friday Fraternity rushing, which began October 20, will end tomorrow. During this period, each of the fraternities held two open smokers each night for six nights. The period of pinning began Wednesday and will continue until tomorrow at 4 p.m. The rushee may accept any number of pins until the Friday deadline when he can only wear one. Indications from the IFC meeting held Tuesday show that the fraternities may return to a formal rush period. In this event, a rush list would be signed by all those interested. Each fraternity would then hold one night of open smokers, followed by one week of closed smokers. At the Wednesday meeting of the IFC, Bob Saiger was elected president of the AEPi fraternity, and thus automatically assumed the duties of IFC presidency, replacing A1 Korman.
Progressive Jazz Band Gives Concert At KSU [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 October 1952
Progressive Jazz Band Gives Concert At KSU By Ernie Mazza Whether you think Stan Kenton’s music is good progressive jazz or just so much blam-blam, an opportunity to listen to the 40-piece Kenton orchestra in concert is just around the corner. The evening of Dec. 3 from 8-10# is the exact date that the Kenton sound will reverberate within the MPE building on campus. However, the university social committee, which arranged the “Innovations in Modern Music” program, will begin ticket sales during the lunch hour on Nov. 24-26. They will also be on sale all day on Dec. 1-3, for the standard price of one dollar. Because of the controversial maestro’s appearance on campus, there will be no mid-week hop that Wednesday. The six-four bandleader is perhaps better known by the average popular music-lover for his renditions of such standards as “September Song,” “Laura,” “Stardust,” and “Lover” which have enjoyed wide popularity on Capitol records. Avid Kentonites, however, are just as familiar...
Hurry Gals ... D-Day’s Near [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 October 1952
Hurry Gals ... D-Day’s Near Sixty-two girls have signed up to be blind dates for the Pershing Rifle dance next May 9, according to George Fletcher, who is in charge of obtaining the dates. With 900 Pershing Rifle men from 12 schools coming to the Kent Campus for a drill meet, only 838 girls are still needed. Pletcher reported that 10 girls from one sorority signed up for the dance. Any girls interested are asked to contact Pletcher through his campus mailbox. Remember, only 190 days remain until D-Day.
Rabbi Plans Bible Talks [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 October 1952
Rabbi Plans Bible Talks Dr, Salamon Faber, Rabbi of Beth Israel congregation in Warren, will begin a series of lectures on the Old Testament Wednesday, November 5, in 207 Union. The purpose of the lectures is to help clarify the cultural and religious influence of “The Old Testament in The Stream of Western Thought.” Dr. Faber studied at the Jewish Theological Seminary in Breslau, Germany; University of Pennsylvania, Dropsie college, and did research in medieval philosophy and development of religious law at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. His studies in Breslau were interrupted when Nazi persecutions made it impossible for him to remain in Germany. He has travelled extensively on lecture tours throughout the United States, and had a congregation in Philadelphia for 10 years. The lecture series will continue throughout the remainder of the fall quarter. Students and faculty of all faiths and philosophies are urged to attend to learn more about one of the major bases of o...
KOREAN GI'S [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 October 1952
KOREAN GI'S All veterans attending KSU under the provisions of the “Korean G.I. Bill” are requested to contact Ben McGinnis next week. McGinnis, campus veterans coordinator, stated that it was necessary for the Korean vets to sign their certification of attendance papers in order to receive their monthly allotments. His office is in the Military Science building.