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What About Humor [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
What About Humor By Larry Carpenter There are still a few students who can remember when the “Duchess,” a humor magazine, flourished on campus. Then, several years back, the inevitable “to risque” joke appeared, and the “Duchess” was no more. It folded, with a push by the faculty, like the proverbial accordion. Since that time the KENT STATER and the CHESTNUT BURR acted as the only University publications, until of course, the “Kent Writer” came into being. And even at that, the “Kent Writer” rides its own boat as it isn’t subsidized by the University. At present the condition is a lop-sided one. We have a newspaper which supplies general news, a yearbook which offers the year’s history, and a magazine which attempts to supply the reader with quality literary efforts. We, however, do not have a publication to cover the one remaining outlet—hu,mor. Of all the things which symbolize University life, humor stands predominant. And no doubt, of all the things the student would like to re...
Why Dye? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
Why Dye? By Roy Berko Yesterday she was a brunette, today a blonde. You explain it! Not that blond hair (?) with dark roots looks bad or anything, on second thought it does. The only thing more menacing than a man with a gun, is a blonde with a bottle—peroxide bottle, that is. The usual excuses range from—nature was wrong, I know what I was meant to be; the sun dyed it (boy, what science could do with all that vitamin “D”); —to, I wanted to be different (everybody else is doing it, so why bleach, leave the mop alone and be completely different). Out of pure curiosity a poll was taken in the library on Tuesday night. Braving life and limb the following reasons were given by the bleachets to the inquirers: “I didn’t want to ruin my little sister’s hair so I used it on myself to prove it was alright”; “I was bored and had nothing to do, so I dyed”; “My mother does it so why can’t I”; “I was a waitress at a resort where everyone had to be a blonde.” The best answer came from an alert yo...
Editor’s Mail [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
Editor’s Mail Editor, Kent Stater: A serious problem here on campus was brought to light by the STATER last week. The apprehension of a peeping tom outside Engleman hall is illustrative of a condition dangerously close to all. The situation of the college student who is physically mature but, because of the economic and social structure of the society, can find no outlet for his desires is no new dilemma. Thomas Jefferson had solved the problem many years before our time. Jefferson, designer of the University of Virginia, was not only a physical architect but a moral architect as well. He grasped the problem of the young mgn fully and directed the erection of supplementary establishments on campus to handle students’ needs not satisfied in the academic realm. We hopefully suggest that University officials take a page from Jefferson’s book in resolving the problem of an acceptable outlet of a natural drive. To conclude in the words of a great American author: “To thine own self be tr...
University Outstanding Author [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
University Outstanding Author By Tom Fitzpatrick Carl Rowan is medium-sized, well built, and has the alert well dressed appearance you normally associate with a topnotch reporter. He speaks in a soft voice that has &lt; a slight trace of a southern accent to it, which the Navy, Oberlin college and the Univerity of Minnesota failed to erase completely. Perhaps the biggest thing he and I had in common was an all consuming desire to see Governor Stevenson elected to the presidency. We both would be a little better pocketed today if our desires hadn’t run away with our objective reasoning. Carl was a little sheepish about this, for his eight year old daughter who had also supported the New York Yankees against his choice, the Dodgers, told him that Stevenson was sure to lose as a result of his support. He has been so busy with speaking engagements and work, that he hasn’t been able to read much lately but did put in a vote of confidence for “The Caine Mutiny.” About his book, “S...
NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
NEWS Persons interested in seeing the operations of a small town daily are invited to attend the open house to be held at the Ravenna Record-Courier from 3 until 5 Friday afternoon. The entire personnel of the paper will be on hand to conduct the tour through the plant and to answer any questions that persons might have concerning the paper.
Cullom Boomed For All-Ohio After Record Year Jarrin’ Jim Se Only New Record For 1953 Season [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
Cullom Boomed For All-Ohio After Record Year Jarrin ’ Jim Se Only New Record For 1953 Season By Bill Miller Next fall, when the leaves begin to turn and the sound of footballs once more fills the air, Jim Cullom will probably have lost more hair. But you can bet that the balding KSU fullback will be back for another campaign of gaining yardage, slamming into enemy lines, scoring touchdowns and generally getting into the hair of the opponents. Jim was the brightest light of a' so-so Kent State football season this year. The team as a whole was average; but Jim was outstanding. He made life just plain miserable for the other teams. His chief claim to fame this year was establishing a new KSU rushing record. In nine games, he gained a total of 847 yards and lost only 25. That gave him a net total of 822 yards, which broke the previous high of 778 set last year by Jack Mancos. Cullom’s record, incidentally, was the only new record set this season. His yardage total seems even more impre...
the PRESS box It Won’t Be The Same . . . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
the PRESS box It Won’t Be The Same . . . Things just won’t be quite the same around the MPE building anymore. The soft spoken, easy going guy with the magnetic personality won’t be here when KSU students return from Christmas vacation. It’s going tp take awhile to get used to not seeing Homer Edington sitting in the athletic office, feet propped up on his desk, and reading his foreign correspondence. Few days passed when Homer didn’t find mail stacked on his desk, much of it from his foreign friends. Now he will be much closer to them. Homer’s abilities as a football coach are well known to his fellow coaches and to the players. His sense of humor goes over big with everyone. For instance, we remember the morning of the Mount Union game. Homer was telling us that two years ago Mount Union beat Kent and the Purple Raider coach, Bully Jones, was thrown into the showers. “This year,” said Homer, “we’re going to have to keep Bully dry.” Then there was last Friday night when a group of u...
Miami-Cincy To Battle [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
Miami-Cincy To Battle Winner of the Mid-American conference championship won’t be decided until Thanksgiving when Miami and Cincinnati get together at Cincinnati. This will make the fifth straight year the conference title has hinged on the annual Turkey Day struggle between the two-down-state elevens. Miami won the crown last season. Right now, Miami is at the top of the loop with a 4-0 record while the Bearcats are second with a 2-0 mark. All other conference contests have been completed. The standings: Miami 4 0 Cincinnati 2 0 Ohio 5 2 Bowling Green 2 2 KENT STATE 2 2 W. Michigan 1 4 W. Reserve 1 4 Toledo : 1 4
Girls’ Hockey Club Holds Intrasquad Game; Ends Year [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
Girls’ Hockey Club Holds Intrasquad Game; Ends Year The “Blue” team of the Girls Hockey club, captained by Ginny Gleason, defeated Gold by a score of 2-0 in an intra-club game Tuesday night on the athletic field in the last game of the fall season. Janet Gibson scored both goals for the Blue team in the first half of play. Printed below is a list of girls' who have participated in the club this year. Blue team: Ginny Gleason, Janet Gibson, Mary Jane Jones, Laura Lee Ross, Mary Lou Brown, Dorothy Harvey, Pat Toth, Mary Jean McConnell, Carol Peterka, Dottie Nicholson, Jane De Chant and Elaine Daniels. Gold team: Jo Dusek, Janice Cribbs, Barbara Mathews, Dolores Harvey, Lois Youngen, Lucille Markley, Norma Smith, Georgie Jaros, Mary Logan, Janet Velotta and Donna Bell.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
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Fraternity Pledges Elect Officers [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
Fraternity Pledges Elect Officers Activation ceremonies of Alpha Epsilon Pi were held last' Monday night for two new brothers, they are: Peter Weinberger and Harry Finnerman. The pledges have undertaken the 4 task of painting the new housemother’s room. They are also planning a Christmas dance on the 27th of December. Peter Weinberger is the newly appointed pledge master, while Roy Berko has been chosen corresponding scribe. A party was held with the Delta Gammas last week. Another party will be held at the Alpha Gamma Delta house this coming Tuesday, Alpha Phi Beta Activation services were held Sunday afternoon for Bill Larkins, Don Glenn, and Myron Grossman. Over the weekend the three new actives visited the ATO chapter at Indiana university, and were the fraternity’s guest at the Indiana homecoming game. The Betas held their annual Beta ball, Saturday, Nov, 5, at the University club in Akron. Lynn Wiley, Delta Zeta pledge, was picked as Beta queen at the dance. Marlene Meier was ...
WKSU-FM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
WKSU-FM THURSDAY, NOV. 20 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 Barque 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 Roundtable 7:30 Netherlands Composers 8:00 The Jeffersonian Heritage 8:30 News 8:35 Evening Devotions 8:45 Sign off Freedom of economic enterprise and how Jefferson dealt with that question will be heard tonight at 8 over WKSU-FM on the program “Jeffersonian Heritage.” This program deals with Jefferson’s land reforms and his idea of economic opportunity for all men. “Netherlands Composers” heard at 7:30 tonight on WKSU-FM will feature the music of Hendrik Andriessen and Guillaume Landre. The first part of the program will be ‘Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Johann Kuhnau’ by Andriessen, head of the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague. The second part of the show will be four pieces in the ...
Officers Elected By Spanish Club [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
Officers Elected By Spanish Club The following students were elected officers at the first meeting of the Spanish club Tuesday night: Laura Human, president; Shirley Jean Moore, vice president; Marie Vender, secretary; Robert Lade, treasurer. Ann Fellouzis was elected chairman of the social committee. Other members of the committee include: John Miguel Sala, Bob Mathews, Dick Hutka, Clare Dauterman, and Alice Tarintino. Joy Goldman was elected chairman of the constitution committee which includes Ron Padoll, Clare Dauterman, and Richard Hutka. Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish honorary fraternity, has invited the Spanish club to hear their guest speaker, Arnulfo Trejo from Durango, Mexico. Mr. Trejo will speak on “Education in Mexico” on Nov. 25 at the home of Miss Lawlie Thomas on Hampton road.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 20 November 1952
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