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CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952
CALENDAR THURSDAY, NOV. 6 10-13 noon—PTA workshop, 207 U. 4—Grammar test, for sophomores majoring or minoring in English in the College of Ed., 317 McG. 6:ls—Faculty wives dinner, MMR. 7 —Powder Bowl game, Alpha Xi Delta vs. Delta Gamma, stadium. 7-9 —Square Dance club meeting, University school gym. 7 —Gamma Theta Upsilon meeting, 458 McG. 7-9—Phi Alpha Theta meeting, 204 U. 7-30-9:30 Alpha Phi Omega meeting, 101 M.
Panel Discussion Listed For Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952
Panel Discussion Listed For Tonight “The Question Box,” a panel conducted for and by the Catholic students of the University will be held at 7:30 tonight in 206 Union. Father George P. Mulroy will act as moderator and will serve to direct the discussion along any lines of Catholicism that those present desire. These panel discussions are for the purpose of informing Catholics about their Church and helping other denominations to better understand the principles of the Church. Since these discussions are primarily for the Newman club, all members are urged to attend.
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952
WKSU-FM THURSDAY, NOV. 6 11:57 Sign on 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 From the Women’s World 12:45 With the Feminine Touch 1:00 Music From the Baroque 2:00 Sign off 4:57 Sign on 5:00 Ressler at Random 5:15 Children’s Corner 5:30 Adventures in Research 5:45 News and Sports 6:00 Dinner Hour 7:00 Chicago University Roundtable 7:30 Netherland’s Composers 8:00 The Jeffersonian Heritage 8:30 News 8:35 Evening Devotions 8:45 Sign off “Chicago University Roundtable,” heard tonight at 7 on WKSU-FM, will continue the series of forums on subjects of current interest. The program tonight will be entitled “What Medical Research Is Doing Today About the So-Called Degenerative Diseases.”
ISA Announces New Pledges [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 6 November 1952
ISA Announces New Pledges Thirty-two students of the Independent Students’ association turned out for the pledge class on Monday the 3rd. Those pledging are: Lucille Giddings, Angela Stephenson, Angelyn Muckleroy, John De Chant, Patricia Ware, Charyl Thomas, Marion Setele. Also pledging are; Alice Downey, Ceatta O’Sako, Monte Shanks, Ronald Jackson, Jerry Schneiter, Janet Higgins, Marilyn Seywert. Other pledges include Gwen Darsie, Doris Hosford, Bonnie Crawford, Margie Young, Rita Lucas, Bertha Horsefall, Despina Harris, and JoAnn Letoha. Dorothy Sigman, Dick Hartzell, Ann Winbigler, Phil Casto, Alan W. Sick, Robert B. Sick, and John Strock are also listed among the pledges. Other pledges are: Marlene Stumpf, Carole Woods, and Florence Haas.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
The DAILY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 24 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1952 Kent^tater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin Tom Wilc’oxson, Scott Dorrance, Managing Editor Bill Barrett Charlotte Frolo, Paul Schlemmer, Business Manager Bud Mays Dave Horvath, Sandy Roads. tv T t v i Asst. Business Mgr Jim Young News Editor Juha Yeagley Ady C al Ratcßll « Ca * U / e S Bruce Ltoipus Adverting Mgr..Dick Granger ? ty “' lor ~ Pa ‘®°f hmer Edition Mgr Jerry Dougher Sports Editor Jim Witabnger circulation Manage r.Carl Titgemeier Assistant Bill Miller Chief Photographer-Mario Blechman The KENT stater is published daily, nhronlun More Ann T.of+„c Tuesday through Friday, the reguLiioranan iviary Ann coitus j ar year and each Thursday during Reporters;—Marji Dick, Barb David- the summer sessions. It is suspended eon Rov Berko Marria Hill Lois during the vacation periods. son, noy cento, marcia run, cois Entered as second class matter Oct. Eichenberg, Ann Boerner, John 11, 1927, at the Post Office at Kent, 0., T „K-...
New Art Show Features 'Our Wide Land’ Exhibit [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
New Art Show Features 'Our Wide Land’ Exhibit An art exhibit characteristic o£ American folkways entitled “Our Wide Land” will open Nov. 10 in the Arts building. The show, a new exhibition from' the Smithsonian Institution, is a part of a series called the Index of American Design. The fifty watercolors in the exhibition sponsored by the school of art, are from all parts of the country. The show includes ceramics and glass, furniture and wood carving, circus subjects, metal, textiles, toys, and art forms from the Spanish southwest. Another section of the gallery will be devoted to a presentation of original Goya prints. These etchings and aquatints will be for sale. The exhibition will continue through Nov. 27. ELECTION BET PAYOFFS seem to be in order these days as is evidenced by A1 Duga, who had to pull his fraternity brother, Wayne Shugarts, through the school halls wearing long woolies. For some other election bets see story on page 3.
Students Vote Next Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
Students Vote Next Tuesday Voting will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 11, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the hallway between Merrill and Kent halls. Three voting booths will be available and will be divided alphabetically. Identification for voting will be such evidence of identity as a driver’s license, birth certificate, or selective service number. Lists from the Registrar’s office will be used as the final check of class standing. Members of elections committee are: Mary Ellen Cross, BG; John Brodbeck, BG; Treva Ewing, NuK; Joy Wheeler, UI; Ed Szili, UI; Eunice Vance, UI; Bill James, Ind; Len Goldstein, Ind; Myron Grossman, BG; Jim Itin, BG; Laura Wick, BG; Joe D’Onofrio, Ind; and Carl Titgemier, NuK. The Senior class presidential candidates are named in another story on this page. Running for Junior president are Glen Groh, UI, Marcia Hill, BG, and Herb Ryan, Nu-K. Sophomore hopefuls include Gene Kotouch, UI, Robert Lape, Nu-K, and George Fletcher, BG. Joe Franko, Nu-K, Paul Mourey, Ind, E...
Science Foundation And DU Offer Scholarship [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
Science Foundation And DU Offer Scholarship The National Science foundation and the Delta Upsilon Educational foundation have announced that a number of scholarships are now available. The National Science foundation* is offering several predoctoral and postdoctoral level scholarships for 1953-1954. They are available in the fields of biological, engineering, mathematical, medical, and physical sciences. College seniors who will receive the baccalaureate degree during 1952-1953 and students or faculty having a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctor’s degree may apply. Basic allowances range from $l4OO to $3400 per year. In addition, tuition fees, dependency allowances for married students, and limited travel allowances are paid. Applications for these yearly appointments must be filed by Jan. 5, 1953. Application forms and further information may be obtained in the Graduate School office. The Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation announced that six regional leadership scholarships of $5OO e...
THIS ’N THAT Campus Merry-Go-Round [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
THIS ’N THAT Campus Merry-Go-Round The College of Education is now accepting applications for graduation in June, 1953. All students expecting to be graduated at that time must file their applications with the Registrar’s office prior to the end of the fall quarter, 1952, * * * The weekly Hub Hop is scheduled for 3 to 5:30 this afternoon in the Union ballroom. Records will provide music for the dancing, and no admission will be charged. * * * A special tryout will be held for any interested boy for the Studio Theatre play, “A Phoenix Too Frequent.” The tryout will be from 1:30 to 2:30 Friday afternoon in the Green room of the Studio Theatre. All boys are asked to tryout even though they may have read for the part previously. * * * All Korean veterans who have not signed the monthly attendance certification at the Veteran Coordinator’s office, must do so immediately. No subsistence checks will be received if this has not been done. * * * According to Robert I. White, dean of the coll...
Rice Gets OK From Council; Will Run For Senior Prexy [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
Rice Gets OK From Council; Will Run For Senior Prexy By Joe Durbin Student council, in a special meeting yesterday noon, located enough members for a quorum after a furious search and granted Ron Rice permission to run for Senior class presilent despite the fact that he is classified as a junior by the registrar’s office. ► Reasons for the unusual action centered around the fact that the Council felt that Rice’s qualifications to serve far outweighed the minor technicality of his failing to be a senior by only three hours. Mary Lou Noel stated that of the three administrations governing her classes since 1949, Rice’s was the best. Ann Atkinson agreed with Rice that the three hours was, “a very minor technicality.” Mary Ellen Cross expressed the view that Rice will be a senior beyond doubt at the end of the current quarter and thus if elected he will only be classified a junior for the first four weeks of his administration. The meeting started at 12:23 after three members finally we...
Eleanor Pudil Will Present Music Recital [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
Eleanor Pudil Will Present Music Recital Contralto Eleanor Pudil of the music faculty will give a song recital on Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 8:15 p.m. in the KSU auditorium. Her program will include works by Bach, Pergolesi, Brahms, Schubert, Hugo Wolf, Charles Griffes and the Debussy Song Cycle, “Chason de Bilitis.” She will be accompanied by Miss Arline Markussen of the music school piano staff. Miss Pudil has appeared on numerous occasions in recitals and as a soloist throughout Ohio and New York in Brahm’s Alto Rhapsodic, concert series. She is an active member of the Fortnightly Music club, Music and Drama club and the Lecture Recital club of Cleveland. Miss Pudil, a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Music has been instructor of voice here for five years. She has studied under such noted instructors as Madame Nevada Van der Veer and Marie Simmelink Kraft. The program is open to the public free of charge.
EDITORIAL Hot Coals [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
EDITORIAL Hot Coals We’ve really been hauled over the coals by the “big boys” of the entertainment industry. Yesterday, John Berea, school social committee chairman, received a letter cancelling the scheduled appearance of Stan Kenton at KSU December 3. The letter came from one of the largest booking agencies in the nation, the General Artists corporation, which had evidently planned and promised Kenton’s appearance at Kent without proper authority. GAC has suggested a substitute band for the date, however. The situation is not unique. A few days before Homecoming last month, Charlie Barnett, scheduled to play for the dance, cancelled his appearance at this university. His representative, Music Corporation of America, notified dance chairman Chuck DiSalle of the change too late for him to arrange for a “big name” band to substitute for their popular entertainer. DiSalle, therefore, was forced to sign (through MCA, incidentally) an unknown, mediocre aggregation to play at the “dance ...
Arboretum [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
Arboretum By Joy Schweinefus Arboretum (ar bo re' turn). A place in which trees and shrubs are cultivated and exhibited for educational purposes.) * * * Many years ago Mahoning Indians rested at a spring, now a part of KSU campus, as they journeyed to Streetsboro. Now this spring is to be incorporated into an Arboretum behind Engleman hall. The spring itself is hidden beneath the large tree left of the women’s dorm, but it still waters the swamp land that is to be made into the Arboretum. A sand bog beneath the swamp prevents any structure to be built in this area, hence the decision to beautify and utilize the land. Previously, only the biology department had found any use for the swamp, using it for specimens of plant and insect life. Now, along with this service, a new park atmosphere will develop. A small lake, paths, and patio areas will enhance the appearance of the new useless ground. Plans for the Arboretum were originated in a thesis by Dick McGinnis, former KSU student. It...
Student Union Develops Leisure Reading Room [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 7 November 1952
Student Union Develops Leisure Reading Room By Marilyn Doney Rockwell library has been suffering in the past under the strain of limited funds and space to accomodate students and faculty members desiring a place for leisure reading. The new reading room in the Union may alleviate much of this strain. The new room is located in the* east end of the lounge next to the main dining room. It is rather small and not yet sufficiently developed. At the present time there is about one hundred books ready for use free of charge. The basic plan for the acquisition of new books is to charge a small fee each day for the use of the best sellers and the book of the month until the price of the book is recovered. The book then goes on free circulation, and other books are acquired to build a bigger and better library and to keep up with the latest fiction. Any donations of books not needed by the students or faculty will be welcome additions to the library. Since it is not a study room and not use...