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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 September 1939
The Kent Stater Complete News Coverage of America's Fastest Growing University Volume XV, Number 1 z 568 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Friday, September 22, 1939 Whole Number 665 THE KENT STATER Kent State University, Kent, Obio "N The KENT STATER is published three times a week, Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the regular university year and weekly during the sumjmer term. Publication suspended during vacations. ' _ Entered as second class matter, October 11, 1927, at the Post Office at Kent, Ohio, under the act of 1879. Printed by the P. B. Bonsall Printing Co., .138 E. Main St., Kent, Ohio. The Kent Stater is a member of the Associated Collegiate Press and Collegiate Digest. Subscription Price $2.75 Per Year Jack Watts Editor-in-Chief Joseph S. Blair, Business Manager Stater Sports Headache No. 1 When Coach G. Donald Starn issued the initial grid call he was informed that Dice Alexander, backfield ace of last year, would definitely he out this year. Alexander is recoveri...
New Faculty Members Start Duties [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 September 1939
New Faculty Members Start Duties Eleven new faculty members, recently appointed to the Kent State university staff, assumed their duties this week for the 1939-40 session, Dr. K. C. Leebrick, president of the university, has announced. The new faculty members include Dr. Edwin M. Lemert, instructor in history and sociology, Columbus, 0., A. B. Miami university; Ph. D„ Ohio State; graduate w r ork at Harvard, National University of Mexico. Dr. Walter Lee Simmons, associate professor of English, Delaware, O ; A. 8., Washington and Lee; M. A., Harvard; Ph. D., Ohio State. Thomas Blair, instructor of English, Pittsburgh, Pa.; A. B„ M. A., University of Pittsburgh; graduate work at John Hopkins' university, King's College, University of London, Penn State. Eonald E l . Bangham, instructor in accounting and secretarial science, Wilmington, O.; B. S., Wilmington college; M. A.; A. B. Ohio State; taught eight years in Wilmington high school and one year at Elackstone college. Kent Kennan, i...
Student Council Meets Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 September 1939
Student Council Meets Monday Student council will hold its first 1939-40 session Monday, with three representatives missing from their posts. Jeanne Hart and James Rybaek, junior representatives, and Bob Hurd, senior representative, have not returned to the university this year. Gordon Hostettler, council president stated that these places would be filled temporarily, and the new members named at the regular fall election. Plans for the coming year have not taken shape yet, but reorganization is the keynote of the year's program. In keeping with the work of the administration to perfect better systems for students and faculty, the council will attempt to improve several of the departments under their jurisdiction. Hostettler plans to arrange for a special council room soon. Monday's meeting will be called at 4 p. m. in room 211 K.
Dr. Leebrick Advises-- [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 September 1939
Dr. Leebrick Advises-- New students at Kent State university freshmen and others—you have chosen to make Kent your college. We hope you will work with us to make a better Kent and to protect and preserve those things which have been done here. You are men and women, the faculty and administration will treat you as such. We expect you to live, study and play as young men and women. We hope you will balance study, play and collegiate activities. Do not be careless, be temperate of your time in relation to the objectives you have set for yourself. It is best to remember that education is learning how to do things in the best way and how individuals can best live together to promote their happiness ana progress. It is my hope that we can all work together to the advantage of each of you as an individual and for the development of Kent State university.
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 September 1939
EDITORIAL Freshmen may well wonder whether the president has credited them with more maturity than they really possess. That is, if members of the freshman class were those guilty of cutting the ropes on the university flagpole Wednesday night. Regardless of whom it was that cut the ropes, someone has to pay. And in this case the vandals, if they were university students, will indirectly have to pay themselves. The men's union has agreed to replace the rope from the fund set aside for other activities —proper activities. Fun is fun, but vandalism has no place on the Kent State campus.—J. W.
Frosh Entertained At Dance Tonight [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 September 1939
Frosh Entertained At Dance Tonight Tonight as the first notes of Gil Crest's music fill Wills gym, the fall season of social events officially opens. The faculty social committee has planned the annual reception and dance for the freshmen and upperclassmen but with several new angles. Student hosts and hostesses have been selected to mingle with dancers and a student will conduct guests down the receiving line. The dance is set from 9 to 12 p.m. with one o'clock permits for women students. Dress is semi-formal. The receiving line will be headed by Pres. and Mrs. K. C. Leebrick and will be composed of Dean and Mrs. John L. Blair, Dean and Mrs. Earl W. Crecraft, Dean and Mrs. Arden L. Allyn, Dean and Mrs. Fren Musselman, Dean and Mrs. Raymond E. Manchester and Dean .Mary L. Smallwood. The social committee planning the receptiqn consists of Dean Smallwood as chairman, Dean Manchester, Prof. G. Hazel Swan, Prof. J. T. Johnson, Foster L. Brooks, Bruce C. Plandley and W. L. Wannemacher.
Enrollment Smashes Record [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 September 1939
Enrollment Smashes Record All Time High Set As 2344 Register Enrolled Students Represent States From Coast to Coast BULLETIN: Registration figures available early this morning disclosed that 2,344 regular students had enrolled, Registrar E. C. Stopher announced. This was an increase of 143 students over the enrollment at the same time last year. America's fastest growing university broke all previous enrollment records this year as conservative estimates list the probable number of regular 1939-40 Kent State students at a new high of 2500, Unofficial figures show that nearly 1150 freshmen have already entered their classrooms. This new enrollment record boasts of at least a 200 stu- dent increase over figures of this time last year, approximately a 400 increase over 1938 figures and 600 more than registered in 1936 when the New York limes publicised to the world that Kent State was "America's fastest growing university." Many States Represented Coast to coast registration was eviden...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 September 1939
Hello there .students of K. S. U. I'm sending my greetings to you, you and you. Your visits last year were a pleasure indeed And I hope I may serve again when you need Corsages for formals or flowers for teas: I'll make every effort to serve you. So please Just feel free to drop in anytime of the day. Remember —let flowers your messages say. Just phone Terese Green — Dial 4565. 414 E. Main St.—To please you, I'll strive. * Adv.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 September 1939
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 September 1939
Are Invited to Visit The COLONIAL COTTAGE Barber and Beauty Shop Lincoln and E. Main (Next to Campus Supply) Phone 4221 ; YOUR PARENTS WILL BE INTERESTED in keeping abreast of affairs at Kent State. Keep them informed of the many and varied activities at the University Your University. THE BEST WAY is to supplement your letters home with the Kent Stater. This year students can subscribe to the Kent Stater and have it sent home three times a week for $2.75 for the entire year. THE KENT STATER 113 Merrill
Freshmen-Come In! [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 September 1939
Freshmen-Come In! There is freshmen spirit on the Kent campus. Evidence of this is apparent in the way freshmen herd together and in the successful freshman partyFreshmen days are not a period of time, they are a state of mind. In some universities, freshmen days are dreadful or embarrassing to freshmen. Here, the freshmen do not have to fear hazing or scornful command by upper classmen. Freshmen days are happy days. They are the gateway to a new life. Worried expressions, blank, starry looks and "green" appearances should not be targets of reproach. They are the marks of healthy, worthy freshmen. The faculty and upper classmen welcome the freshmen and all new students. They invite the new Kent Staters to the activities of freshmen days. —K—
Still Growing [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 September 1939
Still Growing Kent State welcomes its students who once more return to the university. This is a season of gladness for Kent State students. It means the renewal of old friendships and the beginning of new ones. It means that each student can begin with a clean slate, for he is entering into a new semester. The university has grown during the summer months. The campus has been improved, and many worthwhile changes add to its attractiveness. In addition, the educational facilities have been increased. New faculty members have been added to help care for the increased enrollment. Kent State is taking its proper place among the state universities. Kent State has grown, and with it, each student should grow. Kent State students should take advantage of the opportunity offered for recreation and friendship. But, Kent State students should also remember to study. —K—