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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 October 1952
S. A. M. Membership Meeting All members and prospective members are invited to attend. DATE: Thursday 1952 Oct. 30, TIME: 7:30 PLACE: 214 McG. Terese Green 402 E. Main Street, Kent Ohio Ph. 4565 OPEN EVENINGS Several new shipments of costume jewelry and stationery as well as numerous other items arriving daily— Stop in and enjoy looking over the wide selection of flowers and gifts.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 30 October 1952
"Helps people of many nations understand each other," says ANDRE MAUROIS Author, lecturer; Member of the French Academy "I congratulate you on excellent international work. You have helped people of many languages and nations to understand each other. You also gave them good reasons to believe in mankind, in freedom and in themselves." i ; ::x 8888 Each month, Reader’s Digest editors comb through more publications than any one person could read in two years, and select whatever seems of outstanding interest. Each article is carefully condensed to preserve both its content and flavor. The wide range of subjects stimulates new interests, encourages a further search for knowledge. In a real way, Reader’s Digest helps continue the education of millions of readers in America and all over the world. In November Reader’s Digest, you’ll want to read Meaning of the Hiss Case —Senator Nixon’s inside story of the famous case; How to Argue —Stuart Chase describes a proven technique for winning ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 31 October 1952
The DAILY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 20 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1952 KentQßtater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin Charlotte Frolo, Paul Schlemmer, Managing Editor Bill Barrett Dave Horvath, Sandy Roads. Business Manager '.. Bud Mays Sports Editor Jim Witzberger * " XT ti- xr i Asst. Business Mgr Jim Young News Editor Julia Ycagley A&lt;Jy M Ca , Ratcliff Bruce Advertising M gr..Dick Granger Society Editor ~Pat Boehmer Edition Mgr Bud Murray Assistant •. Bill Miller circulation Manager.Carl Titgemeier Chief Photographer-Mario Blechman Librarian. ....... .Mary Ann Loftus The KENT STATER is published daily. Reporters:—Marji Dick, Barb David- S'l&amp;Kfsni'Sh son, Roy Berko, Marcia Hill, Lois the summer sessions. It is suspended Eichenberg, Ann Boerner, John matter Oct. Bassett, Jack Walas, Joyce Todd, 11, 1927, at the Post Office at Kent, 0., n , T Trvvr««. Cr.ivv&lt;rrs: n nf..r, under the act of 1879. Printed by ComCarol Levens, Joyce Schwemefus, mer cial Press, Inc., 11...
Stronger Air Force Needed-deSeversky [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 31 October 1952
Stronger Air Force Needed-deSeversky By Ernie Mazza Secret weapons and atomic bombs will not win the next World War unless we first possess a strategic powerful air force, according to Major Alexander P. deSeversky who spoke in the University auditorium Wednesday evening. “What good are atomic bombs if&lt; we have no way of dropping them on the enemy?” asked the former air ace. “Our strategy must be right,” declared the major. “It must use efficiently the resources and people of a nation.” He pointed out that the only way to circumvent the superiority in numbers of Russian people is by the right application of this air power, something which has not been planned as yet by our defense chiefs. deSeversky noted that, at present, we are relying on a collective security plan by which we supply the food and weapons for each country to defend itself. “If one of these 14 or 15 countries go sour, our whole defense program will be wasted as well as the millions of dollars put into it....
WKSU To Air Vote Results [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 31 October 1952
WKSU To Air Vote Results In an effort to serve its listeners better, WKSU-FM has made arrangements to broadcast the national election totals all night Tuesday, Nov. 4. Up to the minute reports of the national vote, as compiled from the Associated Press teletype wire and other services, will be keyed to the Kent student listeners. News will be reported as it happens in the local and county races by direct broadcasts originating in the offices of the Portage county board of elections. State returns will be compiled by the campus radio station’s news staff. The special ‘series of broadcasts will begin at 9 p.m. on election day. Also planned for that evening, is ; a TV-election party in 109 Merrill : hall. The STATER, Chestnut Burr, journalism department and radio station are co-sponsors of the affair. The television set in the journalism lounge and the teletypewriter in the wire booth will both be on continuously through the night. Refreshments will be served.
NEO Group Meets Here [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 31 October 1952
NEO Group Meets Here The Northeast District of the Ohio Public Health association will meet here, Friday, Nov. 7. An attendance of more than 200 is expected at this annual meeting. Dr. John A. Ramsayer, director of the Ohio State university school community development study, and Fred L. Schneider, executive secretary of the public employment retirement study will be the main speakers at the general session in the auditorium. Included in the section meetings which begin at 10 a.m. are laboratory, health education, sanitation, nutrition, and nursing conferences. Dr. John D. Porterfield, director of the state department of health, will discuss public health legislation during the afternoon session. Following this talk, a proposed constitution will be presented at the business meeting. Registration begins at 9 a.m. in the Union. The meeting is open to members of the Association and all others interested in public health.
PETITIONS DUE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 31 October 1952
PETITIONS DUE Petitions for class offices must be returned to room 204 U between 11 a.m. and noon today. Seniors running for class office must have 93 signatures of classmates on their petitions. The junior and sophomore list must contain 88 and 92 signatures, respectively. Freshmen aspirants must obtain 154 names.
Dad’s Day Schedule Complete Champ To Be Honored; Twin Bands To Perform [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 31 October 1952
Dad’s Day Schedule Complete Champ To Be Honored; Twin Bands To Perform The fathers of Kent State university students will be honored tomorrow at the annual Dad’s Day football game against Bowling Green. The Twin Marching bands will* provide the major tribute to KSU Dads with a giant formation depicting a pipe, symbolizing “Pop” to the students of Kent. Fathers of the Golden Flashes football team will be seated along the sideline during the game. On the backs will be a number corresponding to that of their son on the playing field. The festivities will begin at 2 p.m. with the game against the Falcons of BG, KSU sister university and Mid-America conference opponent. To be honored at half-time of the game, beside the Dads, will be Pete George, a former Kent athlete who rose to international fame this year by winning the middleweight Olympic championship in weight lifting in Helsinki, Finland. The 22-year-old native of Akron is now a dental student at Ohio State university. George defe...
Shoulder Insignia Contest Announced [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 31 October 1952
Shoulder Insignia Contest Announced A shoulder-insignia contest is being promoted by the combined army and air force ROTC to stimulate interest among the cadets. ► “It helps to create pride in the organization,” stated Col. William Workman, head of the Air Force ROTC. Col. Workman; Col. Frank Mandell, head of the army ROTC; and Benjamin G. McGinnis, coordinator of Veterans affairs are in charge of the contest. Each university is authorized to have its own insignia, however, there are no national ROTC insignia. Various divisions of the armed services have insignias which have insignias which have personal appersonal appearance values and convey the idea of belonging. The same principles are connected with the one for the Kent State university Reserve Officer’s Training corps. All army and air force ROTC cadets are eligible to enter the contest. Each cadet may submit as many designs as he wants to. A few entries have submitted already. The deadline for this contest is Nov. 11. From th...
Club Presents GOP Hopeful [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 31 October 1952
Club Presents GOP Hopeful Oliver P. Bolton, Republican candidate for the U. S. Congress, from the eleventh Ohio district, will speak tonight at 8 p.m. in the Union ballroom. Bolton, who is sponsored by the International Relations club, will discuss the principal issues of the Republican campaign. Robert J. Killpatrick is Bolton’s opponent. The eleventh district was recently added to Ohio and is composed of Geauga, Lake, Trumball, Ashtabula, and Portage counties. The public is invited to attend this meeting.
EDITORIALS We Endorse [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 31 October 1952
EDITORIALS We Endorse After several weeks of constant pressure from all factions Republicans, Democrats, Liberals, Progressives and Pogoites, the KENT STATER has chosen to make its stand on the forthcoming national election known to all. We endorse the United States of America. We urge each eligible student and faculty member to cast his ballot next Tuesday for the nation, not the party. It is imperative that everyone exercises his right to vote. Whether that vote is cast for Eisenhower, Stevenson, Hallinin or any other presidential candidate, is a matter to be decided individually in the privacy of one’s conscience. Voting citizens often become so entwined in party lines that John Q. Public is left on the short end of the rope, or dangling from a gallows. Choosing a man to lead this nation, or any organization, for that matter, is a serious and critical endeavor. It should be given equally serious and critical thought. You have heard the arguments of the campaign. The planks of eac...
KAMPUSCOPE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 31 October 1952
KAMPUSCOPE By Bruce Limpus The Cleveland College LIFE carried the names and pictures of five girls chosen to represent them in the Western Reserve Homecoming queen contest. Under one of the pictures was this article: “Miss Barbara Lesser is the blue-eyed bit of feminity chosen to represent LIFE and the Workshop. She is 19 years old, weighs 101 lbs. and stands 5 ft. 1 in. In addition to being beautiful, Miss Lesser is employed by radio station WSRS.” Barb Lesser was a freshman at KSU last year. * * * The Glenvill Mercury, Glenville State college, W. Va., seems to be very specific leaving nothing to the reader’s intelligence. It said: “Total full time student enrollment has increased from 322, the first semester total, to 332, the second semester total. This represents a net gain of 10 students over the first semester enrollment. * * * Psi Omega at Ohio State was put on probation for having alcoholic beverages in the chapter house. Psi Omega is a professional dental fraternity, could ...
I LIKE IKS OR ADLAI? WHICH ONE? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 31 October 1952
I LIKE IKS OR ADLAI? WHICH ONE? From the Portage County Republican Committee The Democrats have made statements in the past that have made sense. Let’s give some of them the once-over. “We advocate the removal of government from all fields of private enterprise except where necessary to develop public works and natural resources in the common interest.” This, from the Democratic national platform of 1932. “To bring about government by' oligarchy, masquerading as democracy, it is fundamentally essential that all authority and control be centralized in our Federal government , . . The individual sovereignty of our states must first be destroyed.” That was from a speech by Roosevelt on March 2, 1930. And this was from a radio speech by FDR on July 30, 1932: “For three long years I have been going up and down this country preaching that government costs too much. I shall not stop that preaching.” It was words like these, dramatically presented over the air by the Voice, that sold a bill...
Kent-BG In Top Game Of Year [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 31 October 1952
Kent-BG In Top Game Of Year By Bill Miller Will Kent have a “good” football season or just a “pretty good” one? You’ll be able to answer that one a lot better tomorrow afternoon about 4:30 when the smoke has cleared from the KSU-Bowling Green game at Memorial stadium. It will be the last home game of the season for Kent. It’ll also be Dad’s day. Kick-off time is 2 p.m. Right now, the Golden " — — own a 4-2 won-loss record for the season. If they win their last three games, they’ll wind up with a 7-2 mark and you’ll have to term the season a success. But a Kent loss tomorrow would give the Flashes a 4-3 record. The defeat might take a lot of the fire out of them for their last two games) with Akron and New Hampshire. A so-so season would be the result. A Kent loss tomorrow also would lower their Mid-American league record to 2-2. If KSU wins though, it’ll have to be called an “upset.” Bowling Green lias a powerhouse this year. The Falcons have won five games this season and lost only...
TICKETS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 31 October 1952
TICKETS Tickets for Saturday’s game with Bowling Green are on sale at the police office window between Kent and Merrill halls from 9 until 3. Tickets may also be purchased tomorrow before the game at the athletic office in the H.P.E. building up to game time.
INTRAMURAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 31 October 1952
INTRAMURAL Delta Upsilon, Kappa Sigma and Sigma Nu continued on their winning ways last evening in the touch football league. DU dumped Phi Sigma Kappa, 6-0; Kappa Sigs won over Alpha Epsilon Pi 18-6; and Sigma Nu romped over Phi Beta Phi 34-0. In other games Phi Kappa Tau beat Alpha Phi Beta 9-6; Delta Tau Delta defeated Phi Gamma Theta 18-0; and Theta Kappa Phi trounced Chi Alpha 14-0. The Kappa Sigs and DU’s will play for the League I championship next Wednesday at 4 p.m. The frosh football game with Baldwin-Wallace last night was cancelled.