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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 November 1952
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Pledge Elections Highlight Greek Activities [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 November 1952
Pledge Elections Highlight Greek Activities Alpha Phi Beta held pledge initiation rites for twenty-' three men on Monday evening, Nov. 3. The men who became of the organization are: Dick DeMars, Mike Oranko, Dick Cutshall, Bill Coddey, and George Button. Other pledges are: Dick Conway, Allen Waddle, Earl Tarr, Harold Sweasey, and Jerry Stettina. Bill Smith, Norman Smiechewicz, Bob Schultz, Richard Newman, Tom McCarthy, Ernest Mastroianni, and Courtney Libey are also new Alpha Phi Beta pledges. A1 Kinstle, Larry Keslar, Richard Hole, Terry Hitchcock, Don Hayes, and Martin Ority concude the list of Beta pledges. Kappa Sigma ' As a result of Tuesday’s student elections, Bill Pike was elected president of the senior class; pledge Ed Osnowitz was elected president of the freshman class; pledge Jack Carney copped one of the Men’s union posts. Bud Boone and Dale Reinker are assisting pledgemaster Larry Schroeder. Jack Carney was elected president of the pledge class; Dave Dietz, vice-presi...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 13 November 1952
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
The DAILY Kent Stater VOL, XXIX, No. 28 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1952 Ken'^Stater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin v Managing Editor Bill Barrett Business Manager Bud Mays News Editor Julia Yeagley Feature Editor Bruce Limpus &lt; Society Editor Pat Boehmer Sports Editor Jim Witzberger Librarian Mary Ann Loftus Chief Photographer. .Sheldon Factor Reporters:—Marji Dick, Barb Davidson, Roy Berko, Marcia Hill, Jack Walas, Carol Levens, Joyce Schweinefus, Chuck Glass, Tom Wilcoxon, Scott Dorrance, Charlotte Frolo, Dave Horvath, Sandy Roads, Janet Harsh, Ann | Fellouzis, Janet Mayhall. The KENT STATER is published daily, Tuesday through Friday, during the regular school year and each Thursday during f the summer sessions. It is suspended : during the vacation periods. Entered as second class matter Oct. 11, 1927, at the Post Office at Kent, 0., under the act of 1879. Printed by Commercial Press, Inc., 115 S. Depeyster St.*. . Kent, O. Subscription price $2 a yea*. * Editorial and business o...
Kappa Sigs, Sigma Nu Day Nov. 22 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
Kappa Sigs, Sigma Nu Day Nov. 22 The 7th annual Kappa Sigma Nu homecoming football game and dance are scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 22. The affairs are sponsored jointly by the Kappa Sigma and the Sigma Nu fraternities and are open to all University students. Highlighting the day’s activities will be the crowning of a queen at the halftime of the GI Jug touchfootball game in the afternoon. The queen will reign over the dance scheduled for the Portage hotel in Akron in the evening. Tickets for the dance will be on sale by members of the fraternities at $1.50 per couple. It will be informal and will last from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. University women will receive 2:30 permits. The GI Jug series, originated in 1946, was the idea of returning veterans of both organizations. This will be the rubber game in the series. The Kappa Sigs tied it up at yhree apiece with a 6-0 upset win last year. Queen candidates will be put up by each sorority and girls dorm, with two from each. Representatives of ...
Denver Draws SDX Delegates [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
Denver Draws SDX Delegates William Fisher, associate professor of journalism, and Jim Butler, senior journalism \ major, will leave Monday af- * ternoon, Nov. 17, for Denver, Colorado, to attend the 33rd annual Sigma Delta Chi con--9 vention. Sigma Delta Chi is a professional journalistic fraternity. The purpose the meeting will be to obtain a chapter of the fraternity for KSU. Butler is president of Chi Pi, the a local journalism fraternity, while '\Prof. Fisher is the organization’s advisor. The local group will be vpted on during the convention, j Some of the featured speakers at the (Convention, which will last from Wednesday through Saturday, will be Arthur Hays Sulzberger, publisher of the New York Times; Al- &gt; laerto Gainza Paz, publisher of Argentina’s suppressed newspaper, La Prensa; and Palmer Hoyt, editor publisher of the Denver Post. Other speakers will represent such newspapers as the St. Louis GlobeDemocrat; Cleveland News; Wall Journal; Louisville CourierJo...
'Cutest Baby’ Is Chosen At TWIRP Festivities [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
'Cutest Baby’ Is Chosen At TWIRP Festivities Fewer than 500 people braved the near freezing weather Wednesday evening to watch the presentation of the 1952 TWIRP King candidates by eight campus sororities. Herb Ryan, representing Gamma' Phi Beta sorority, was awarded the honor of being named the “Cutest Baby” at the affair. The new king, who succeeded last year’s winner A1 Capel, was costumed to represent “Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer.” His regalia included silver antlers, a bulbous red ball for a nose, brown crepe paper “skin” and a stuffed white wagon. Millie Kozar, TWIRP night chairman, presented Ryan with a crown of carrots and a trophy to signify his victory. Runner-up in the royalty department was Joe Montenaro. The Alpha Xi Delta sorority, which sponsored Montenaro, dressed him to represent an over-fed Dan Cupid. A white suit with red trimmings and a monstrous bow and arrow completed his outfit. Scantily clad Siamese twins, Bob Fricke and Dick Mclntosh, won third place hon...
Art Exhibit Plans Made [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
Art Exhibit Plans Made There will be an open house in the Art’s building on Friday, Nov. 21. This open house will feature practical demonstrations and movies. All the shops will be open during the day. Both the industrial and fine arts departments will have a gallery during the open house. The fine arts department will have an art exhibit called “Our Wide Land.” This exhibit was obtained through the Smithsonian Institute and shows a cross section of American folk art. Goya prints will also be included in the exhibit. At 8:15 p.m. John H. Furbay, director of air world education for Transcontinental airlines will speak on “At Home in One World.” The department is sending invitations to industrial arts teachers, school principals as well as many industries around northeastern Ohio. The purpose of this display is to show what the arts department is doing. The Arts building will be open from 9 a.m. to noon, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., and 6:45 to 8 p.m. At this time all of the shops will be open.<...
THIS ’N THAT Campus Merry-Go-Round [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
THIS ’N THAT Campus Merry-Go-Round The weekly Hub hop will be held this afternoon from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in the Union ballroom. This dance is sponsored by Women’s league and Men’s union. Music will be furnished by the juke box. There is no charge for admission. * * * Applications for Cardinal Key will be accepted until noon on Tuesday, Nov. 18. Blanks can be picked up in the Dean of Women’s office and returned to the Cardinal Key mail box* All present and former band members are requested to register for the banquet in the band office by Nov. 17, it was announced today by Roy D. Metcalf, professor of music and director of the University band. * * * Applications are being accepted for an open justiceship which currently exists on the student Traffic court. Interested students, male or female, should write to or appear in person before Student council at its next meeting. Applicants, who must have Greek affiliation in this case, must also have a 2.0 for their prior quarter of school work...
UT Schedules Comedy Tryout [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
UT Schedules Comedy Tryout Tryouts for the forty-one parts in “The Madwoman of Chaillot,” University Theatre production to be presented Jan. 14, 15, 16, 17 will begin Sunday night in Studio Theatre, 119 Kent, at 7. At that time, according to director G. Harry Wright, the entire play will be read so that those trying out for parts may become acquainted with the story and the characters. &gt; Additional tryouts are scheduled for Tuesday night, 7 to 10 in 306 Kent; Wednesday afternoon, 3 to 5 in 214 Kent; Wednesday night, 7 to 10 in 306 Kent; and Thursday afternoon, 3 to 5 in 214 Kent. Due to the size of the cast, largest in UT history, it will probably be necessary to schedule more tryouts during the following week. Set in the stately and romantic quarter of Paris known as Chaillot, it is the unbelievable story of how the Countess Aurelia, the Madwoman of Chaillot, cleverly outwits the forces of evil and saves the city from destruction. Comedy, fantasy, romance, and a fascinat...
Assign Blood Times Monday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
Assign Blood Times Monday The scheduling of donations for those who signed up to give blood will begin Monday and last through Wednesday. Scheduling, which will take place in the Booster booth, will be handled by the women of the Portage county Red Cross, who will be assisted by the Faculty Wive’s and Wotnen’s club. The hours of scheduling will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Because the bloodmobile can only accommodate 180 pints of blood 240 applications will be accepted. The scheduling will take place on a first come first serve basis. The bloodmobile will be here Nov. 24. Approximately 1000 application cards have been issued. The plan to bring the Red Cross Bloodmobile to Kent was originally suggested by members of Theta Kappa Phi fraternity. Due credit should be given them for their initiative in planning this project.
EDITORIAL Only Blood [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
EDITORIAL Only Blood Twopoint struggled into his clothes a bit groggily that party last night and the last “one for the road” had taken a heavy toll on his reflexes. And the darn alarm clock some day they’ll find that guy who invented it and strangle him. All in all, it looked like a pretty lousy day, and being in no mood for happy greetings, Twopoint no more than mumbled “ ‘lo” to his equally groggy roommate as he, too, clambered out of his bunk. But Boxcar was a little livelier than his sad eyed friend, and tried to destroy the gloom with a few poorly chosen bright remarks. A heck of a note, indeed, according to Twopoint. “Aw, leeme alone, Boxcar —waddya want, blood?” “As a matter of fact,” replied the happier citizen, “I do. And now that I think of it, I want 180 pints of blood.” “Well, then look someplace else, ’cause the only stuff I got comes in fifths and is 90 proof.” “Naw, no kiddin’, Twopoint, even you can qualify. The Red Cross is cornin’ here next week to collect the blo...
Emily Kimbrough Shows Intelligence And Charm [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
Emily Kimbrough Shows Intelligence And Charm By Tom Fitzpatrick I am not going to run through the old cliche’s about real celebrities being easy to talk to, because by now you have all been fed this line to the point of utter nauseum. Suffice it to say that Emily Kimbrough is just about as witty and charming as they come. She is, as those of you who saw' and heard her, will attest, amazingly witty; as those who have read her books and articles in the New Yorker Magazine, amazingly literate and as her friend Cornelia Otis Skinner once said of her: she is a raconteur with the memory of an ele‘phant. She is also a person to whom incident is attracted as lint is to a blue serge suit; to wit her setting forth to visit the modest apartment of Cornelia Otis Skinner in New York and winding up hy mistake at the palatial home of J. P. Morgan. She maintains a winter apartment in New York City to be near the theatre, which she “loves dearly.” “I have never,” she says with great fervor, “been ab...
KAMPUSCOPE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
KAMPUSCOPE By Bruce Limpus If you had travelled to Berea to watch the KSU-Baldwin Wallace slaughter you might have seen the stone lion named “Zeta” in front of the Sigma Phi Epsilon house. A few KSU personnel were considering the abduction of Zeta but were deterred by the fact that it weighs 1500 pounds. This fact seemed only to make the challenge keener to the boys from Case Tech. By applying higher* mathematics, imagination, and courage, they managed to hoist the lion on a truck in a matter of minutes without arousing the dormant Sig Eps. The whole operation was thwarted, however, when the local constabulary showed up in the nick of time. The would-be kidnappers spent the night in jail. * * * Mount Union college announced in their student publication “The Dynamo” that they were going to present George Bernard Shaw’s “Arms and the Man.” For those who think that KSU is not a progressive school, yesterday in the Stater’s column, “From the Files,” we discovered that we had presented t...
Pay Versus Credit In Internship [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 November 1952
Pay Versus Credit In Internship By Bill Barrett The latest issue of Editor and Publisher, the bible of KSU journalism students, recently carried an article presenting the pros and cons of pay versus credit in journalism internship programs. It seems that most schools offer either one or the other to their students when they are sent into the field for one semester of practical work. Kent has such a journalism internship program. Students here receive both the pay from their employer and nine hours credit from the school. The person who works on a newspaper or trade publication is required to compile a detailed notebook and scrapbook of all the work which he did. This, along with a letter from his employer, is presented to Prof. William Taylor, head of the KSU school of journalism, who then 1 checks the items and presents a grade accordingly. Other schools do not agree with this plan. Dean Burton W. Marvin of the Kansas school of journalism objects to the giving of grades on the basi...