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UCF, Newman Groups Discuss [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
UCF, Newman Groups Discuss The Catholic stand on dating nonCatholics and the proposed University chapel were discussed at the Sunday night panel discussion held by Newman club in St. Patrick’s church hall. Those on the panel included A1 Sprague, Mike Beluscak, Marjorie Zeff, Ann Reiheld, and Mary Purcell, moderator and religious chairman. All Newmanites interested in skating at the Moonglow Rollocade are requested to meet at the Student union, 7, tonight, where transportation will be provided. Tomorrow evening will be the regular “Question Box” at 7:30, 206 Union. United Christian Fellowship “An Election Post-Mortem" is the topic of discussion at the UCF coffee hour today at 4 o’clock. Ed Hawley, assistant pastor of the Congregational church in Oberlin, Ohio, will speak. It will be held at the Fellowship house, 450 Lincoln avenue. A hobo party will be held tonight from 7:30 to 10 at the Congregational church. Everyone is invited. Come dressed as a hobo.
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
WKSU-FM WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19 11:57 Sign on 12:00 Rhythm Rambles 12:30 Coed’s Corner 12:45 Here’s to Vet’s 1:00 Musical Chats 2:00 Sign off 4:57 Sign on 5:00 Ressler at Random 5:15 15 Steps 5:30 Easy Listening 5:45 News and Sports 6:00 Dinner Hour 7:00 Cooper Union Forum 8:00 Emil Cote Glee Club 8:15 Marches—As You Like ’Em 8:30 News 8:35 Evening Devotions 8:45 Sign off The “Cooper Union Forum,” heard at 7 over WKSU-FM, the community station of Kent State, will discuss ‘Man Against Society’ tonight. This program will be an informative discussion on the sociological problems facing the man of today. C. S. Ganne’s “Marche Lorraine” and “American Salute,” the latter arranged by Morton Gould, will be among the marches featured on the program “Marches—As You Like ’Em” tonight at 8:15 on WKSU-FM.
Colleges List Yearbook Plans And Adult Education Changes [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Colleges List Yearbook Plans And Adult Education Changes The three major phases of Wittenberg college’s adult education program for business and industry have been expanded this fall, according to an announcement by Dr. Clarence C. Stoughton, president. The plans were worked out last 4 spring in cooperation with the Springfield industrial leaders during a series of conferences. New developments include; . A “sophomore year" in the Management Development program. Like last year’s 650 foremen and departmental supervisors, most of whom are back for their “sophomore year," this year’s “freshman" students will attend classes for a full 40-hour week, with their salaries continuing and their tuition paid by employers. 2. Additional “sections” of the Business Executive Training Program, open to “junior executives” of all interested firms. This two-year curriculum was launched last February, with 24 Robbins &amp; Myers Company staff members as the first “student body.” 3. A two-year ...
Kappa Delta Pi Plans Initiation For Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
Kappa Delta Pi Plans Initiation For Tonight Kappa Delta Pi, national education honorary, will hold initiation services for 42 pledges tonight in 205-6 U before a banquet scheduled for the Union ballroom. The list of initiates includes:! Carolyn Alexander, Mary Arvay, Aim Atkinson, Eloise Bauer, Herman Behling, and Barbara Blough. Betty Buckeye, Ruth Buckles, Janet Connors, Dorothy Croson, Betty Cross, Jeannette Dodds, and John Durance are others. More initiates are: Raymond Elish, Jerold Elliott, Elaine Friedland, Don Harmon, Beverly Hazen, Olive Hemming, and Joyce Hulse. To continue the list of initiates are: Grace Kraus, LaVerne Main, Evelyn Marshall, Mary Martin, Joyce Meeks, and Lois Miller. Ruth Perram, Nancy Petry, Phyllis Pfaff, Richard Raidel, Herbert Ryan, and Betty Schmid will also be initiated. Others are: Mary Sievert, Matti Smith, Ear line Thomas, Yvonne Thomas, Phyllis Weimer, and Eliz Winnefield. Completing the list of Kappa Delta Pi initiates are: Russell Wolf, Marga...
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 19 November 1952
CALENDAR 10—Assembly, Harold Vincent, superintendent of Milwaukee school, speaks on “The Profession of Teaching,” aud. 3:3o—Coffee hour. Kappa Delia Pi, 201 U. 5-6—Kappa Delta Pi initiation, 205-6 U. 6:ls—Kappa Delta Pi superintendents cont. workshop banquet, speaker Harold Vincent, Union ballroom. 6:3o—Cardinal Key meeting, 201 M. 7- —IRC forum on the united states of Europe, 204-5 U. 7:30-10—Rabbi Faber lectures on Old Testament, 207 U. 8- —Social dancing, Wills gym.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
The DAILY Kent Sate THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1952 VOL. XXIX, No. 30 Keni^Btater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin Managing Editor Bill Barrett News Editor /..Ed Cliney Copy Editor. Flo Lou Lawrence Feature Editor Larry Carpenter Society Editor Pat Boehmer 4 Sports Editor Bill Miller Librarian Mary Ann Loftus Chief Photographer. . Sheldon Factor Asst. Business Mgr Jim Young Reporters:—Marji Dick, Barb David- H son, 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. * Adv. Mgr Cal Ratcliff Asst. Advertising Mgr..Dick Granger Edition Mgr Jerry Dougher t Circulation Manager.Carl Titgemeier Th? KENT STATER is published daily, Tuesday through Friday, during the regular school year and each Thursday during 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 ...
Edington, Line Coach, Resigns Carl Rowan Hits Race Segregation [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
Edington, Line Coach, Resigns Carl Rowan Hits Race Segregation By Carol Levens “Individual courage” is necessary in our present day color strife,” according to Carl C. Rowan, Negro social leader who spoke at KSU yesterday. Rowan, a reporter on the Minneapolis Morning-Tribune and author of South of Freedom,” emphasized that “young people today are a little bit wiser, and won’t stand for segregation.” He cited as an example the University of Oklahoma, where white students tore down “Jim Crow” signs calling for the segregation of Negroes in classrooms. “Negroes do want social equal- , he asserted. “In a democrary, two people who have mutual aspirations should be able to get together socially.” Interest in the same things should be the guiding force,” he added. As a result of the last war, many people have found that racial segregation just doesn’t make sense. An abolition of the “Jim Crow” practices in the armed services is proof of this fact, according to Rowan. He stated that many pe...
Queen Judging Tonight At 8 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
Queen Judging Tonight At 8 Contestants for the Kappa Sigma Nu Homecoming queen contest are h requested to be in the Moulton Music room tonight at 8 for judging. The prospective queens will dress in street clothes, hose, and high heels. Judging will be done by three selected members from each of the two fraternities, Kappa Sigma and * Sigma Nu, and by one other person not connected with either outfit. The Alpha Phis announced that ( Maritherese Burr will replace Elaine Horn in the contest.
Bureau Determines All Job Interviews [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
Bureau Determines All Job Interviews This university has for many years maintained an appointments bureau which assists students and graduates in securing either part-time or full-time jobs. This bureau, located on the sec-* ond floor of the Administration building, is an agency which brings together the prospective employer and employee. The student may then question the employer as to the advantages, disadvantages, desirability of the various types of work, vacancies, and plans for retirement, as well as any other problems which may arise during the interview. Interested students are asked to keep in touch with the bureau from time to time. They are then informed as to the date and time their interviews will be held. Following the screening interview, a student may be invited to the company which interests him. He is then acquainted with the various divisions of the firm, meeting and talking with the department managers. A schedule of the interviews planned for the coming month in...
Senior Class Has Meetings [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
Senior Class Has Meetings There will be important senior class meetings Tuesday, Nov. 25, at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. in 317 McGilvrey, There will also be a meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 26, at 9 a.m. in 366 McGilvrey, according to Bill Pike, senior class president. Plans for the coming year and the senior memorial will be discussed. The Senior class commitee will be chosen at this meeting added Pike.
Offered European Post; Successor Not Named [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
Offered European Post; Successor Not Named Line Coach Homer Edington today resigned from the KSU varsity athletic staff. President George A. Bowman said Edington’s resignation, effective Dec. 9, will be accepted and a successor may be appointed at Friday’s meeting of the KSU board of trustees. Edington is leaving his post to* become technical advisor for supervisors of athletic and recreational programs for American occupational forces in Europe. He will leave for his headquarters in Nuernburg, Germany, Dec. 22. Fall classes end Dec. 19. In his three and a half years at Kent State, Edington has become one of the most popular members of the athletic department. “I will miss the fine relationship that exists between players and coaches,” he said. “It is this in particular which has made my coaching here a real pleasure. “This new position offers me a wonderful opportunity to broaden my education through travel and international acquaintances,” Edington concluded. Homer worked with for...
3 One-Acts Set Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
3 One-Acts Set Tonight The Studio Theatre will present the second in a series of ‘An Evening of Plays” tonight at 7:30 in the Studio Theatre in Kent hall. The four plays scheduled for tonight’s production were taken from a recent survey of plays done most by Ohio colleges and universities. Tonight’s offerings are “Sham,” by Frank Tompkins; “Message from Khufu,” by Cottman and Shaw; “The Purple Doorknob,” by Walter Eaton; and “Riders to the Sea,” by J. M. Synge. Jim Tschantz is the student director of “Sham,” a one-act play involving a cub reporter, a society burglar, and a couple who are completely sham. Directing “Message from Khufu” is Shirley Hill. It is a suspense play which takes place in the tomb of Khufu, and involves an archeologist and three foreign legion escapees. “The Purple Doorknob,” a comedy drama, is directed by Barbara Curtis. The play centers around an invalid woman who craves entertainment, much to the chagrin of her maid; and the actress who supplies it for her. ...
EDITORIAL Our Trustees [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
EDITORIAL Our Trustees At 3:00 tomorrow afternoon, the five men appointed to be trustees of the University will meet with President Bowman to discuss plans for the future. It is unfortunate that so few of the members of the student, body who are so directly affected by the decisions of that board, have no more idea who the members of it are than the proverbial purple cow. Just for the record, we did a little research on the group and came up with some interesting information. The board of trustees is made up of six members, five of whom are appointed, one each year, by the governor of the state. The sixth member of the board is the state superintendent of education, who automatically assumes the post upon taking office. Each of the people appointed by the governor must have the consent of the state senate before they can serve as board members. Each of the board members today have been chosen for their recognized leadership in their chosen fields. During their five-year terms, they ...