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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 18 November 1952
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Groups Hold Pledge Services; Plan Field Trips [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 18 November 1952
Groups Hold Pledge Services; Plan Field Trips At the last Sigmaphi meeting, plans were made for a 4 theatre party. This affair is planned for the early part of winter quarter. Loris Guggenheim is in charge of plans. Clara Nobil and Sandra Love are&lt; in charge of Penny Carnival plans. Mrs. Donald Luck and Mrs. Lloyd Lowenstein are honorary advisors to Sigmaphi. Members of the club are serving coffee to Rabbi Salamon Faber every Wednesday evening after Dr. Faber’s weekly lecture. Elementary Education Club The Elementary Education club will hold a business meeting Thursday evening from 7 to 9 in 205 Union. Dues will be collected and future plans for the year will be announced at this meeting. The club is open to all elementary education majors and minors. Kent State Concert Band The Kent State concert band held their first election of the year last Thursday. Bill Sayre was elected president; Adelaine Metcalf, vice president; Irene Gulyban, secretary; Robert Miller, treasurer;...
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 18 November 1952
WKSU-FM TUESDAY, NOV. 18 11:57 Sign on 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 Especially for Women 12:45 With the Feminine Touch 1:00 Music for the Connoiseur 2:00 Sign off 4:57 Sign on 5:00 Children’s Corner 5:30 Excursions in Science 5:45 News and Sports 6:00 Dinner Hour 7:00 University Library Presents 7:30 American Folkways 8:00 Lord Radcliffe Talks 8:30 News 8:35 Evening devotions 8:45 Sign off In recognition of National Book week, the University Training school will present a special program under the direction of its librarian, Miss Geneva Travis, on the program “University Library Presents” tonight at 7 on WKSU-FM.
Week’s Schedule Set By Wesley [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 18 November 1952
Week’s Schedule Set By Wesley Wesley foundation will hold choir practice this afternoon at 4 at the Wesley house. Tomorrow evening from 7 to 7:30 the mid-week vesper service will be in charge of Marvin Tonkin. Rev. Charles Ireland will lead the discussion on the different pictures of Christ Thursday afternoon at 4 during “buzz session.” The topic of discussion will be “What’s In a Picture.”
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 18 November 1952
1 and Accessory Organs not Adversely Affected by Smoking Chesterfields FIRST SUCH REPORT EVER PUBLISHED ABOUT ANY CIGARETTE A responsible consulting organization has reported the results of a continuing study by a competent medical specialist and his staff on the effects of smoking Chesterfield cigarettes. examination, including X-ray pictures, by the medical specialist and his assistants. The examination covered the sinuses as well as the nose, ears and throat. A group of people from various walks of life was organized to smoke only Chesterfields. For six months this group of men and women smoked their normal amount of Chesterfields 10 to 40 a day. 45% of the group have smoked Chesterfields continually from one to thirty years for an average of 10 years each. The medical specialist, after a thorough examination of every member of the group, stated; “It is my opinion that the ears, nose, throat and accessory organs of all participating subjects examined by me were not adversely affe...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
The DAILY Kent Stater VOL. XXIX, No. 32 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1952 Ken^Btater „„ . . , * i t&gt; i • Adv. Mgr Cal Ratcliff Editor-m-Chie as i Asst. Advertising Mgr.. Dick Granger Managing Editor Bill Barrett Edition jy|g r Tom Duke Business Manager Bud Mays Circulation Manager.Carl Titgemeier ~ ~ ’ ~~ The KENT STATER is published daily, Co-News Editors Erme Mazza Tuesday through Friday, during the regui ano * T'Jnlwl lar school year and each Thursday during the summer sessions. It is suspended Feature Editor Bruce Limpus during the vacation periods. Entered as second class matter Oct. Sports Editor Bill Miller 11, 1927, at the Post Office at Kent, 0., under the act of 1879. Printed by CornLibrarian. Mary Ann Loftus mercial Press, Inc., 115 S. Depeyster St., Chief Photographer..Sheldon Factor S rla &lt;&gt;- ffiS„ e es $ ?» a a./d“ta ■ —ns Merrill hall, Kent State university. Asst. Business Mgr Jim Yoimg
Fraternities Draw 16 Queen Hopefuls [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Fraternities Draw 16 Queen Hopefuls Sixteen girls have been nominated by eight sororities to represent them in the contest for the queen of the seventh annual Kappa Sigma Nu Homecoming day. Preliminary judging will take* place tomorrow evening at 8 in the Moulton Music room. Three finalists will be chosen and one will be crowned queen at the GI Jug game on Saturday. She will also preside at the allUniversity dance at the Portage hotel in Akron Saturday from 9 until 1. Girls will receive 2:30 permits. Tickets are on sale from any Kappa Sig or Sigma Nu. Sororities and the girls they nominated are Alpha Gamma Delta Bonnie Meese, Nancy Slater; Alpha Xi Delta—Marilyn Miller, Marilyn Kapcar; Alpha Phi —Jane Miller, Elaine Horn; Alpha Chi Omega—Sue Hall, Caroline Brungard; Gamma Phi Beta— Camille Spuhler, Jackie Cox; Delta Gamma—Nancy Lou Nellis, Doris de Cenzo; Delta Zeta—Flo Lou Lawrence, Ann Wood; and Chi Omega—Joyce Fierstos and Rosemary Yallech. Saturday will be the seventh meeting of...
Blood Drive Is Short Of Goal [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Blood Drive Is Short Of Goal Today is the last day for students to sign up to donate blood. Mrs. F, E. Richardson and Mrs. B. H. Nichols of the Red Cross are in the Booster booth to register donors. Registration for the two days totals 170 persons. At least 60 more are needed to assure the quota of 180 pints when the blood mobile comes next Monday, November 24. To give blood, a person must be within the 18-60-year age group. An additional qualification for those 18 to 21 years old, is parental consent. The blood mobile was brought here at the request of the students. Mr. Benjamin G. McGinnis, coordinator of veterans affairs, is in charge of the drive.
Registrar Sets Rules For English [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Registrar Sets Rules For English The Registrar’s office desires to call students’ attention to the new University policy regarding freshman English, which is explained on page 69 of the 1952-53 catalog. Students are expected to enroll in freshman English during their first quarter and to continue the sequence without interruption until it has been completed. No credit will be given for any freshman English course taken after the student’s sixth quarter in the University, but the hours will be counted as part of his load and the grade will be computed in the cumulative point average. Students who have already finished their sixth quarter without completing the requirement, or who find that they will inevitably do so, can avoid the penalty by registering for freshman English next quarter, and in succeeding quarters if necessary. Students who transfer to the university after six quarters of work elsewhere, but who need more freshman English to meet requirements, have two quarters in wh...
Artists Meet; Show Movies [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Artists Meet; Show Movies The Art club will present two technicolor movies on November 19 at 8 p.m. in 104 Arts building. The movies are on Henri Matisse, a contemporary artist, and Henry Moore, a sculptor. The showing is open to all art enthusiasts. A business meeting for Art Club members and their guests will be held at 7:30 in room 104. Refreshments will be served after the showing of the movies.
'51 KSU Grad Hurt In Korea [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
'51 KSU Grad Hurt In Korea Ed Mallett, a 1951 KSU graduate from Cleveland, was wounded ten days after arriving in Korea, it has been learned. Mallett, who was commissioned a second lieutenant after graduating from Kent, is now convalescing in a hospital in Japan. His wife, also of Kent, is the former Winnie Jones, Alpha Chi Omega. They have a 4 month old son, Mark. Mallet is a member of Delta Upsilon and his wife was K-girl in 1951.
ST Sponsors Original Playwriting Contest [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
ST Sponsors Original Playwriting Contest * Here is news that all prospective T. S. Eliots have been waiting for! To encourage original play writing, the Studio Theatre is sponsoring a playwriting contest for Kent State students. The plays suitable will be produced by the Studio Theatre. The author has no limitation on &lt; subject matter, ideas, originality, creativeness, or staging. Rules governing the plays are: (1) Manuscripts may be originals or adaptations. Adaptations must be labeled as such. (2) If the play has been previously produced, a statement giving the time and place should accompany the script. (3) All scripts must be typewritten on only one side of the paper and securely fastened together. (4) Production time is not to exceed one hour and fifteen minutes. (5) Any number of plays may be submitted by one author. (6) Studio Theatre reserves the right to produce any play turned in royalty free. (7) Deadline for submitting plays is February 15, 1953. Several arran...
ROWAN SPEAKS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
ROWAN SPEAKS A top-notch reporter for the Minneapolis Morning Tribune, Carl T. Rowan, will speak on race relations at 2 p.m. this afternoon in the auditorium. A southern born negro, Rowan will base his talk on his experiences in Miami with the whites in hotels and restaurants. Rowan is the author of the prize winning book, “South of Freedom” and will speak under the sponsorship of the International Relations club. When the articles that form the subject of this talk first appeared in his paper, they provoked a veritable avalanche of mail, both favorable and unfavorable. Many of the letters were of the anonymous, threatening variety but when the avalanche subsided the vote was a reported nine to one in sympathy with them. These articles have been used by university professors in their sociology classes and earned for their author a Heywood Broun award for “excellent reporting.” Rowan believes that it is not the loud mouthed bigots who will hold back the progress for the negro but the...