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AF Cadet Selection Team VisitsCampus [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
AF Cadet Selection Team VisitsCampus Male students on campus may discuss pilot and aircraft observer training with an aviation cadet selection team today from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in 206 Student union. Major William R. Harry, Capt. Roy Schauer, M/Sgt. Howard Turner and S/Sgt. Sylvester Sher are the pfficers on the team. These men will answer any questions concerning flying training program or other aspects of military service.
Get Prepared Girls; 'Twirp' Night Is Set [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
Get Prepared Girls; ' Twirp' Night Is Set For 364 days out of every year the man is exploited by the woman whether it is a coke date or a formal. Tomorrow night will be the one opportunity for the worm to turn. The woman is requested to pay. The scene of the Twirp festivities' will be the football game between the KSU freshmen and the Akron U freshmen tomorrow night at 8 p.m. At halftime, each sorority will present one male candidate for the title of “Twirp King.” Each candidate will be in an appropriate costume. Twirp night is sponsored by the Boosters club and presented through the cooperation of the sororities who actually nominate thd candidates. A trophy will be presented to the selected “Twirp King.” Twirp night presents an opportunity for the girls to show their appreciation for the many times the boy has reached into his pocket. Don’t be chinzy girls, dig deep! “GOT HER.” This is one time that an Alpha Xi Delta failed to get away in the annual Powder Puff Bowl game with Delt...
Stater Photog Called To Army [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
Stater Photog Called To Army Chief photographer for the STATER, Mario Blechman, has been ordered to report for duty with the armed forces on Nov. 24. His place will be filled by Sheldon Factor. Blechman, 21, is from Chicago and is a junior, majoring in press photography. He graduated from Sullivan high school and is a transfer from the University of Illinois. Active in campus publications work, Blechman is a member of the STATER and Burr staffs and is affiliated with Kappa Alpha Mu, national photo honorary.
Who’s Who Lists Top 32 Students [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
Who’s Who Lists Top 32 Students The names of 32 KSU students which will appear in Who’s Who, an annual book listing outstanding junior and senior college students throughout the nation have been announced. Eigibility is judged on the basis of' both scholastic standing and participation in extra curricular activities. The list includes the following: John Berea, William E. Berzinec, James C. Branigan, Maritherese Burr, Edward L. Cliney, John Conroy, Edward Gore, Betty Jane Cross, Mary Ellen Cross and James P. Cuppy. Also listed are: Miriam A. Derks, Charles DeSalle, Yvonne Garick, Jo Ann Harper, Marilyn Hayes, Elaine Horn, Glenn R. Johnson, Bernard F. Komar and Alan S. Korman. Completing the list are: Mary Elaine Long, Alfred R. Mays, Gerald McFadden, Janice McGarr, Mary Lou Noel, Norman V. Overly, William Pike, Ronald 6. Rice, Donald Selders, William A. Sitler, Lowell Smith, Carl Viviani and Kenneth Wilson. The choice of the students was made by a special committee. Student members ...
Honor New Pledges Key Banquet [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
Honor New Pledges Key Banquet An initiation banquet for last spring’s pledges will be held tonight by Blue Key, national service fraternity. In honor of the new members of the fraternity, the banquet, at 6:30 p.m. at the Robin Hood, will feature Dr. Harold A. Van Dorn, head of the political science department, as speaker. Guest of honor at the banquet will be President George A. Bowman. The banquet is in charge of Jim Cuppy and Don Selders. Also announced by President John Berea was Ed Cliney’s appointment as editor of the Student Directory. Handling the business side of the publication wil be Ken Wilson. Wilson was formerly Stater business manager, while Cliney was editor of last year's Burr, Advisor to the fraternity, whose purpose is to better the interests of the university, is Raymond E. Manchester, dean of men. Other officers of the fraternity include: Bob Krasovec, vice-presi-dent; Ed Banning, secretary; and Don Selders, treasurer.
NOTED AUTHOR Emily Kimbrough To Lecture [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
NOTED AUTHOR Emily Kimbrough To Lecture Emily Kimbrough, author of the best-seller, “Through Charley's Door” and other popular books, will speak Thursday, Nov. 13, at 11 a.m. in the University auditorium. Miss Kimbrough’s experience has run through the gauntlet of editing, writing, lecturing and working on Hollywood films. Her first job was with the advertising department of Marshall Field, Chicago. Says Miss Kimbrough, “I had no right to get it. My approach was all wrong and so was my appearance. I was wearing a picture hat and carrying my dog. I was dressed for a party, not a position.” But from that uncomfortable point she went on to become editor of Field’s “Fashions of the Hour” and one of the country’s best dressed women. “Through Charley’s Door” is the hilarious account of her experiences at Chicago’s great department store. Barton Curry, then editor of the Ladies* Home Journal, was waiting for her one day when she came back from lunch. Sure that she knew what his mission was...
EDITORIAL Voting ... Again [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
EDITORIAL Voting ... Again Last week, the people o£ the United States had the opportunity to register their vote for the people they wish to have govern them. Today, each student at this University will select from among their fellows, the class officers, Student council representatives, and Men’s union and Women’s league delegates. While there is this one similarity between the two elections, there are many glaring differences which separate the two, and make today’s balloting a farce. All three active campus political parties claim to work “for the good of the student body.” Their lines of reasoning have evidently become warped as some of their methods in carrying out that pledge. Year after year, the students “elected by the free vote of their fellow students” have been found lacking in the performance of their duties. How many Student council scandals can you remember? What constructive work has been done by any class officer without continual prodding from the faculty? Both the...
Let’s Talk Non-Partisan [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
Let’s Talk Non-Partisan By Joe Mihalik Electing a president of these United States is one issue which the voters settle, not the politicians. I trust such a remark is non-partisan, and hope the reader finds the entire article equally so. Dwight D. Eisenhower has received an overwhelming mandate from the nation. This fact is especially clear since the Re- publicans were voted only bare ma-&lt; jorities in Congress. One might be inclined to suspect that the American public was captivated by a shining personality—and that was that! However, when voters go to the trouble of splitting their ballots it is safe to conclude there were other considerations besides a genral’s personality. Three portraits of Ike Eisenhower might be discerned in the minds of many, who turned to him for one equal to the task of being Captain American on the ominous international scene: (1) the man to clear up the “police action” in Korea, (2) the leader most likely to convince the Soviet that peace is he...
Helpful Suggestions On Correct Social Conduct [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
Helpful Suggestions On Correct Social Conduct By Julia Yeagley In orientation class during our freshman year, we learned, or should have learned, various rules pertaining to social life on the campus. To take off the rust which has accumulated since then, here are a few of those rules to refresh the memory. Have you ever wondered “Should &lt; I get him a boutonniere?” or “Is she expecting a corsage for the dance?” I have. And after receiving a few thousand foolish opinions from a few thousand fools, I decided to find some correct and substantial answers. The answer to the first question is yes as far as formal dances are concerned. A fellow is entitled to wear a flower in his lapel all the time, but the florist-prepared boutonnieres are only for formal occasions. “Is she expecting a corsage?” She certainly is if the dance is formal or semi-formal. Otherwise a single flower such as a camellia or gardenia is proper for informal occasions. It’s also a good idea for the fellow t...
'We’ [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
'We’ “WE”, an organization de- . voted to helping needy Cleve- * land welfare organizations, needs our help. Student workers from Oberlin, Western Reserve, BaldwinWallace, Hiram, Bowling Green State and Kent State work to- v gether painting at the Children’s Home, building tables for kindergartens, scrubbing floors and doing building re- '* pairs at other social welfare centers. The group leaves Kent by car on • Friday afternoon. Friday and Saturday evenings are reserved for getting acquainted with your fellowworkers. Saturday is work day. Sun- &lt; day, the students attend church together, have dinner and then return home. Total cost for food and housing vfor the weekend will He about $2. If you are interested in meeting students from other universities and helping worthwhile causes, then you * may sign up in the KSU Religious office.
Flashes Sure To Have Winning Season Cullom Stars As KSU Tops Akron For Fifth Victory [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
Flashes Sure To Have Winning Season Cullom Stars As KSU Tops Akron For Fifth Victory By Jim Witzberger The Flashes will end their season on the winning side of the ledger. This was brought about by the 34-14 victory over Akron U Friday night at Akron. Kent will end their season Saturday afternoon at Durham, New Hampshire against the University of New Hampshire. If they win that one they will end' the season with a respectable 6-3 record. The Kentmen and Zips were both up for the encounter Friday night, but the hard running of Jim Culiom proved the difference. Jarrin’ Jim picked up more yardage than the whole Akron ground attack put together. Culiom picked up 157 yards, 16 more than Akron. After netting two first downs after the opening kick-off Kent was forced to punt to the Akron nine. The Zips took the ball to the 44 where a fourth down gambe and the Kent men took over. Frank Artino then completed his ■only pass of the night, a 41 pass to Dick Pitts. Two plays later Culiom went ov...
Frosh Lose Tough One [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
Frosh Lose Tough One Kent State’s freshman football team lost a heartbreaker Saturday afternoon to powerful Kiski Prep at Saltsburg, Pa. Kiski intercepted a Kent pass with 45 seconds left in the game and ran it back for a touchdown to break a 20-20 deadlock and walk off with the victory. Coach Dick Kotis was very pleased with his squad’s performance. “We played a very good game,” he said. “We did everything but win it.” Kent had three touchdowns called back because of penalties. Jack Rittichier, Harold Beach, and Mike Kearns scored Kent’s touchdowns. Kotis was high in praise for his offensive backs Beach, Rittichier and Joe Reed. Bill Steinmetz, he said, played a good game on defense. The frosh will close their season tomorrow night against the Akron U freshmen. The game will be played at Memorial stadium and will start at 8 p.m. The Golden Flash yearlings will be gunning for their first win of the season. They lost their opener several weeks ago to Western Resepye. The loss to Kisk...
Harriers Last In MA Meet [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
Harriers Last In MA Meet Kent State came in fourth in the Mid - American cross-country race Saturday at Miami university in Oxford. Miami won the championship for the fifth time in six years. The Redskins scored the winning low score of 21 points, against 62 for Bowling Green; 68 for Western Michigan; 77 for Western Reserve; and 135 for Kent State. Ohio U and Toledo were not represented at the meet. Five of the first seven finishers were from Miami.
INTRAMURAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 11 November 1952
INTRAMURAL The game between Kappa Sigma and Delta Upsilon for the divisional championship will be replayed today at 4 p.m. on the varsity baseball diamond. Kappa Sigma won yesterday’s game on penetrations but a DU protest was upheld. In other games Apha Epsilon Pi downed Theta Kappa Phi on penetrations, Phi Beta Phi blanked Sigma Delta, 13-0, and Phi Sigma Kappa was a winner over Chi Alpha, 18-0. The winner of today’s match between Kappa Sigma and Delta Upsilon will meet Sigma Nu, undefeated champions of the other fraternity division, in the game to decide the Greek leader. The fraternity winner will meet the team which survived the independent wars in the all-Univer-sity championship game.