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Dorm Talk [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
Dorm Talk By Cornelia Porea T'other night I snuck in between the halls of the dorm and setting; my ear up to the keyhole of a door from which there emerged voices, I listened. Now, there ain't so much wrong with listenin', but when you figure why I was listenin' 'tis another matter. Well, sir, I got the surprise of my life. (Maybe you will too). It seems that a couple of gals had gone out on a blind date, and they got awfully tired ... I guess it was a course in gymnastics. I don't have to go into details, but I think you'd get the idea if you've been in the same pickle. Then, it seems that one gal was gripin' cause "we girls take such punishment." She went on to say how a gal has to date six fellers to hit one that is half way decent. "You know, my feller said something yesterday," she said, "that surprised me. He said 90 percent of the gals in that dorm date fellows they don't care a hang about. Whereupon I turned my face, for it was getting kinda red. I flared up indignantly and ...
Some Seese Firing ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
Some Seese Firing ... RECESS—TURKEY DAY Only three days more until Thanksgiving . . . that is if Franklin Delano hasn't changed the date again . . . And for the majority of university stustudents, as it does for Kentstatites, it represents a well rounded weekend of exhilaration. To some it may prove a recess from the past week's hubbub of midterm exams, while to others it will afford ample opportunity to enjoy spirited intoxicants, and to certain others, it will mean acute indigestion from too much stuffing. But to all, it will probably be a weekend that is looked forward to. THE VISIT HOME Very few will arrive home to find that the cupboard is bare. Nor will there be many college students who will not be compensated mentally and physically, if not monetarily, by the visit home. This, in contrast with a scene enacted this week, strikes quite a different chord. * *• * A DIFFERENT PICTURE At a local bar the other afternoon, an old man, evidently reluctant to enter, timidly opened the ...
Engleman Women Plan Lounge Party for Tuesday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
Engleman Women Plan Lounge Party for Tuesday Evening Toasting bread on long forks over the open fireplaces in the lounge of E'ngleman hall and serving hot chocolate is only part of what June Snyder, social chairman, plans for E'ngleman women Wednesday. Mabel Esping is in charge of the program for the evening. Mary McDermott, counting on an early Christmas, is planning decorations for the Christmas Bell hop for Engleman women December 9, with Kyle Smith's orchestra, in Wills gym from 9-12 p. m. Committee members assisting are: Elizabeth Lipp, Carolyn Fretz and Alyce Sheu. Phyllis Hull has charge of programs.
SOCIAL WHIRLWIND [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
SOCIAL WHIRLWIND By Nat Floersheimer While glancing through the Miami paper today. I noticed a clever article on "How to Lose your Friends and Influence People." Seems that it was written by a much-picked-on columnist who has a nice sense of humor. Sez she, "by writing a column you soon discover what your best friends won't tell you." The main points of troubles are universal. Generally speaking they include: . . .if you write about a certain pin planting you learn that, -quote, no one is interested in pin plantings, unquote . . .if you neglect to mention your boy-friends' fraternity brothers' name . . . he's sore . . .if you do mention his name in your column, other groups are sore ... if you mention one fraternity twice, people wonder if you want a bid ... if you . . : Undoubtedly Miami is no different than Kent . . . but we love it. Seems that Prof. Fren Musselman, almost got a new coat, the other day. When I say almost I mean that he had it, but only for a short time. Last Thurs...
TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
TO THE EDITOR Student mail boxes are not to be used for distribution of any material other than student mail, university publications, and official notices of the university and university organizations. We will appreciate this notice in the next issue of the Stater. Business Manager B. F. Renkert Bud Milar and Dolly Herman, former Kent students, have recently announced their marriage.
The Last Straw [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
The Last Straw i i —Edited by Chester Randies and August Quattrochi. Vol. 1, No. l v - v.. : • , Fore! Please note: This column marks a new venture for the Kent Stater. It is starting out as a literary column, so any ipention of similarity between this and any other Stater column, either living or dead, will be treated as slander. , ♦ * * The other evening as we were walking the lonely paths on the campus, watching Orion slowly rise from the couch to join in the chase, it occurred "to us that: Dryly you sit among business and beakers, while the falling rain forms rivulets in the sand and passes again to its home in the infinite sea. * * * Here Lies Hope Uncle Sam Grows fat, And fat men are so funny, Sets his great mid-west quaking When he buckles on his six-guns, And parades before the mirror. The gun belt pushed below his paunch Makes him look like the deputy At Hickox corners. * * * Realism An apology that isnt: I'm sorry if my poetry doesn't rime, or have any cadence But then, Ne...
Delta Kappa Psi Initiates Members [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
Delta Kappa Psi Initiates Members , Eight new members were initiated into Delta Kappa' Psi, business fraternity, Friday night during the fraternity banquet at the Silver Lake tavern. Those receiving the final degree were Raymond Porter, Wilfred Terrill, Joe Blair, Harry Godges, Harold Serne, George Campbell, Russell Smith, and Leonard Hill. After the initiation, Ross Strimple, Kent insurance agent, spoke to the graduating members on what points to consider in looking for a position. The editorial staff of the Chestnut Burr will meet Tuesday at 4 o'clock in the Burr office.
This Week On Campus [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
This Week On Campus Monday, Nov. 20 Speech 374, Auditorium. Talk by C. Edwin Leonard, chief engineer, NBC. Open to Students and Faculty—ll a. m. Inter-Collegiate Debate —Kent vs. Kenyon, 210 M, 213 M, 4-6 p. m. Boxing Class, 115K, 8-9 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. 22 Delta Kappa Psi Meeting, 312 M, 4 . P- m - Thanksgiving assembly—Speaker, Dr. Kenneth I. Brown, president, Hiram college, Auditorium, 9 p. m. Thanksgiving vacation begins at 5 p. m. and continues until 8 a. m. Monday, Nov. 27. Closing hours for houses for women students do not hold during Thanksgiving recess. Each- house mother will determine the hours for the closing of her house.
Sorority Observes Turkey Day a Little in Advance [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
Sorority Observes Turkey Day a Little in Advance Roosevelt has nothing on the Tri Sigma sorority. Now that holidays are changed at leisure, and Thanksgiving is only 358 days after last year's, the organization seems to feel that a day or two either way won't make much difference. So tomorrow at 5:30 p. m. the nine house residents, their housemother, Mrs. P N. Geiger, Dean Mary L. Smallwood, Miss Mona Fletcher, Miss Carrie Hinds and Mrs. E. C. Stopher will eat a turkey dinner at the house. Making arrangements for the dinner are: Janet Foltz, Peg Williams and Eloise Smith.
Faculty Wives Club Entertained at Tea [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
Faculty Wives Club Entertained at Tea Women teachers on the university faculty and mothers of all faculty members, were entertained yesterday at a tea given by the Faculty Wives club at the home of Mrs. A. Sellew Roberts, 135 Forrest street. The decorations, which featured a color scheme ranging from white through deep bronze, were taken care of by Mrs. E. W. Tischendorf and Mrs. Maurice Baum. Other members of the committee making arrangements were: Mrs. Fren. Musselman, Mrs. Arden Allyn, Mrs. E. T. Griebling, Mrs. Harlen Hungerford, Mrs. Kenneth Kelley, Mrs. Raymond E. Manchester, Mrs. C. C. Kochenderfer, Mrs. John E. McGilvrey, Mrs. Edgar Packard, Mrs. Arthur C. Poe, Mrs. Harold P. Rogers, Mrs. R. B. Spacht, Mrs. A. W. Stewart, Mrs. Tom Davey and Mrs. W. J. Burner.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
Have Your Shoes Repaired With Invisible Half Soles and Heels Your shoes will look new again at very reasonable prices. Central Shoe Shop, , 616 N. Mantua Nick C. Biasella, Prop. JOSEPH LUCEK Student Representative Time Is Money. . . Get a Haircut or Wave between classes at the convenient Colonial Cottage Barber &amp; Beauty Shop Lincoln &amp; Main (next to Campus Supply) Dial 4221
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
Cash Special Low Price Cleaning DRY CLEANED AND PRESSED DRESSES (Plain] wrnrnm LADIES COATS M \ (Without Fur) SUITS V WM OVERCOATS % J . . . other articles priced in proportion. Prices include pick-up and delivery. We are the only persons in Kent licensed by the State of Ohio to operate a dry cleaning plant. Imperial Dry Cleaning Company Kent's Oldest, Largest and Best Dry Cleaning Establishment Office 113 N. Water St. Dial 4452 * JI '/it :-V, ; £» . • • i*u .
Frosh-Sophs Battle Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
Frosh-Sophs Battle Tuesday The "forgotten men of football" - - - the freshmen, who have gained that title by serving as cannon fodder for the varsity, will be given a chance to wreak their revenge in the FroshSophomore game tomorrow at 4 p. m. on Rockwell field. The yearling gridders have had only the unenviable chore of using enemy plays against the varsity, and seldom have had opportunity to engage them in* a regulation game. Meanwhile the sophomore gridders, under the leadership of Coach G.D. Starn are calmly confident that they'll put the bugaboo on the hopes that the firstyear men entertain. "We should take them without any trouble at all, unless too many of our boys receive injuries in the Baldwin-Wallace game," Starn stated late last week. Coach John "Rabbit" Starrett was inclined to be pessimistic about the chances of his frosh. He stated however, that the frosh shouldn't be taken too lightly—that they really had a tough outfit. . Freshmen gridders vow they'll have the scalp...