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590 Freshman Attend President’s Reception [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
590 Freshman Attend President’s Reception Five hundred and ninety freshmen were entertained at the reception given by President and Mrs. George Bowman last Thursday evening at their home, 1100 East Main street. Sixteen hostesses, two representing each sorority on campus, introduced the freshmen to the members of the receiving line and served light refreshments. The receiving line included: Pres, and Mrs. Bowman, Dean and Mrs. Raymond Manchester, Dean Margaret Swanson, Assistant Dean Elizabeth Seeger, Assistant Dean and Mrs. Eldred Saviers. The President’s reception is an annual event honoring incoming freshmen. It gives the students an opportunity to meet the members of the administration. PRESIDENT GEORGE BOWMAN is shown greeting two freshmen at the annual freshman reception last week. Marcia Hill, shown making the introductions, is one of sixteen hostesses.
Wedding Bells Ring In Summer [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Wedding Bells Ring In Summer Summer and marriage went hand in hand for many Kent students. Marilyn McKinnon and Donald LaHue were married in August. Other August weddings include: Joanne Swanson to Joseph Madel; Constance Jean Shutt to Donald E. Seibert; Anna Marie Patsy to John G. Schneider; Joanne M. Pavelko to Robert J. Ariss; Ruth Ann Reynolds to Edmund Wright; Phyllis Johnson to Ben Steele; and Jackie Gelbman to Si Lee. September weddings include: Janet Sue Reed to George Soltysik; Lois Young to Howard Blazsek; Helen Susan Kalman to Joseph Peter Van Nest; Margaret Anne Martin to Ernest B. Szalma; Barbara Gifford to Bruce E. Mills; Susan Mary McKimm to Gene Tournoux; Barbara Ann Haueter to Warren Craigo; Jean Lautzenheiser to Milton Hood; and Bob Girard to Patsi J. Penningroth.
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
WKSU-FM The Voice of Your Community 11:58—Sign on 12:00—Rhythm Rambles 12:30—Coed’s Corner 12:45—Here’s to Vet’s I:oo—Alabama Strings 2:oo—Sign off 4:4B—Sign on s:oo—Resseler at Random 5:15—15 Steps s:3o—News and Sports s:4s—Supper Serenade 6:oo—Dinner Hour 7:oo—Cooper Union 8:00—Emil Cote Glee Club B:3o—News B:3s—Evening Devotions B:4s—Sign off Today at 4 and 5 p.m. WKSUFM will have organization meetings. Students interested in working at the campus radio station are asked to go to 319 Kent hall for the meeting.
Weekly Bible Study Held By IVCF Group [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Weekly Bible Study Held By IVCF Group Inter-Varsity Christian fellowship will hold its first Bible study hour * Tuesday, October 7, at 7 p.m, A Bible study hour will be held each Tuesday evening throughout the year in 201 Merrill hall. IVCF will also begin its daily prayer meetings next week. The time and place of these meetings will be posted on the bulletin board. Dr. Mona Fletcher is the faculty advisor of IVCF which is primarily aimed at benefiting all KSU students of Christian Science. The organization unites these students in closer Christian fellowship as well as providing social and recreational activities for the group. The organization was formed and is maintained in accordance with Article XXIII, Section 8 of the Manual of the Mother church. The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, is the Mother Church of the denomination.
Assistant Dean Wishes To Meet Kent State Women Students Soon [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Assistant Dean Wishes To Meet Kent State Women Students Soon By Marji Dick The attractive and friendly new assistant dean of women, Elizabeth Seeger, expressed a desire to meet the Kent State women as soon as possible. 3&gt;than a college woman herself, al- Dean Seeger, looking hardly more ready has had a great deal of experience. Before coming to Kent State university on September 3, she taught science for four years at Orchard Park Central school in New York state. After earning her masters degree at the University of lowa in the school year of 1949-50, she became a residence hall director at State Teachers college, DeKalb, Illinois. The assistant dean’s duties consist of helping the dean of women in her work, teaching many of the orientation classes and acting as advisor for the Pan-hellenic council. When asked where her home town was, Dean Seeger replied, “Right here at Kent, Ohio.” She added she was raised in Hamberg, New York.
Changes Needed Says Dr. Love [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
Changes Needed Says Dr. Love The education provided in most colleges in the United States today needs to be changed so that the college graduate is better prepared for the current day world. Dr, Robert A. Love, director of the Evening Division of the City College school of business of New York City, reported this need for a change in a report which called for a reorientation of college methods. The colleges, he said, instead of fighting to hold education in its traditional departmentalized forms and concerning themselves with implanting the limited knowledge of the past, must reorient their methods, approaches and objectives if they are to meet modern needs. Specifically, Dr. Love called for college recognition of the hundreds of new professions, such as business management, personnel management, credit management, purchasing market analysis, and the like, each of which is as complicated and as varied a field as medicine or law. The second change called for is a general education wh...
MEN'S UNION [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 1 October 1952
MEN'S UNION A meeting of the Men’s Union will be held Thursday, October 2, at 4 P.M. in the Dean of Men’s office. Ed Core, president, urges all members to be present at this first meeting. r • lar department had decreed the educated man should know, the student should get the necessary equipment needed for action. * * * At least one university has made the paying of fees a little easier on the students and parents. The University of Delaware recently consolidated the student course fees effective this fall. By this consolidation, the former 300 laboratory, shop, and other fees of many kinds and amounts are brought together in one identical sum for all students attending the university. This has been done to fix charges for the convenience of students and parents. It was pointed out that this action means the cost of going to school will be the same for all students in all departments. It eliminates the possibility of a student being influenced in his choice of courses, by one course...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 October 1952
The Daily Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 3 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1952 Kent@Stater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin Managing Editor Bill Barrett Business Manager Bud Mays News Editor Ed Cliney Copy Editor Julia Yeagley Feature Editor Larry Carpenter Chief Photographer-Mario Blechman Co-Society Editors .... Pat Boehmer Flo Lou Lawrence Sports Editor Jim Witzberger Assistant Joe Durbin 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. Librarian Mary Ann Loftus Asst. Business Mgr Jim Young Advertising Manager. .. Cal Ratcliffe Asst. Advertising Mgr..Dick Granger Edition Manager Bud Murray Circulation Manager.Carl Titgemeier The KENT STATER is published daily, Tuesday through Friday, during the regular school year and each Thursday ...
KSU Vet Wounded In ‘Old Baldy’ Fight [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 October 1952
KSU Vet Wounded In ‘Old Baldy’ Fight By Tom Fitzpatrick Last week was a pretty ‘‘rough” week for most of us. First of all, we had to go through registration, the university’s quarterly exercise in planned frustration. Then it was necessary for most of us to “scrounge around,” in order to get a ride down to Alliance for the football game. Rosemary Peterson, age 32, maj- &lt; oring in speech and hearing therapy, married to Kent alumnus “Pete” Peterson, spent her week a little differently. “Pete” was a platoon leader in an infantry company in Korea. Rosemary knew the approximate position of his company, “Old Baldy Hill,” on the Korean western front. When the heavy fighting began, Rosemary spent as much time as she could close to her radio listening for news of the battle. She heard most of the hourly broadcasts during the day and then the nightly array of Lowell Thomas, Fulton Lewis Jr., Morgan Beatty, Elmer Davis, Ed Murrow and Eric Severaid, hoping and hoping for something de...
Speakers Urged To Join Bureau [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 October 1952
Speakers Urged To Join Bureau All students interested in speaking to off-campus audiences are invited to join the Student Speakers Bureau, Prof. James H. Holm, director of forensics announced today. Speakers are especially wanted who have traveled, have interesting or unusual hobbies, or can discuss subjects of concern to an average audience. Program requests are already being received and a roster of available speakers will be mailed to organizations in the area. The Student Speakers bureau is a service of the school of speech, maintained for the purpose of providing speakers and program material to organizations in northeastern Ohio, and of giving students a chance to gain speaking experience before off-campus audiences. Students interested in being listed or wanting additional information about the bureau, are asked to see Mr. Holm, 316 K.
Rushing Season Opens; 280 Girls Participate [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 2 October 1952
Rushing Season Opens; 280 Girls Participate By Maritherese Burr With “Go Greek, Gal” as their motto, Panhellenic council cut the tape on the 1952 sorority rush season last night with a style show at the Union ballroom. Invitations have been distributed to more than 280 coeds for Open House parties at KSU’s eight national sorority houses tonight and Saturday. Each sorority will be hostess at eight one-half hour parties during the two evenings. The second round of activities will* be Coke parties Sunday and Tuesday evening from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Rushees will receive invitations for the two evenings at the Union Saturday morning from 10 to 11:30 p.m. Rushing will go into the home stretch Wednesday, October 8 when invitations for Informal Desserts are distributed. Heels and hose will be the order of the day at these parties, scheduled for Thursday, October 9, and Friday, October 10. Each rushee will attend four parties during the two evenings from 6:80 to 9 p.m. The favorite formal gown wi...