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Men's Rifle Club Elects Officers [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
Men's Rifle Club Elects Officers Officers for the newly organized Rifle club were elected recently at the first regular meeting of the organization. Men, chosen for offices are: president, William Blanchard; vice president, Kenneth Fair; sec-retary-treasurer, Ted Simon. Any man interested in becoming a member of the club or anyone desiring further information should see Vincent McDevitt in the Dean of Men's office. The club plans to hold range practice every Monday and Wednesday at 4 p. m. at the Kent rifle range in the Mason building .on Lake street.
Cage Schedule Announced; Squad Practices Nightly [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
Cage Schedule Announced; Squad Practices Nightly Varsity basketball practice is settling down to nightly grinds as 28 candidates, competing for the 15 spots to be filled within a short time, fill the air with basketballs. Coach Rosy Starn is pessimistic, but opinion on the campus is that, with seven lettermen and a host of capable sophomores from which to select his starters, the 23 game schedule won't be tough for the 1939-40 version of the Golden Flashes. Inter-squad drills and scrimmages are commonplace affairs at the practices with constant changing of combinations adding to the battle for individual recognition. The seven lettermen who are returning are Bud Le Chaix, Max Connors, Bill Boliantz, Bert Davidian, Wayne Griffith, Dan Gulgin, and Sheldon Helmick. Griffith was high scorer of last year's outfit. Starn's proteges have a little over two weeks to finish preparation for the invasion of Bluffton on December 8. Starn maintains that all five starting positions are open until ...
1939-40 SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
1939-40 SCHEDULE Dec. B—Bluffto8 —Bluffton—Here. Dec. 12—Wooster-r-Here. Dec. 14—Ashland—Here. Dec. 18—Baldwin-Wallace—Here. Dec. 20—Ohio Wesleyan—Here Jan. 3—Penn. State —Here. Jan. 6—Mount Union —Here. Jan. 10—Akron—There. Jan. 13—Wittenberg—Here. Jan. 16—Muskingum—There. Jan. 18—Ashland—There. Jan. 20—Altiance College—Here. Feb. I—Hiram—Here. Feb. 3—Fenn—Here. Feb. 6—Western Reserve—Here. Feb. B—Akron—Here. Feb. 10—Findlay—There. Feb. 14—Mount Union—There. Feb. 20—Bowling Green—There. Feb. 24—Western Reserve—There. Feb. 26—John Carroll—Here. Feb. 27—Hiram—There. Mar. 2—BaldwinrWallace—'There.
BETWEEN the GOAL POSTS [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 November 1939
BETWEEN the GOAL POSTS By George Fleischer Football season is over! That's something to be thankful for next Thursday. Saturday's 40-6 licking from Baldwin-Wallace ended a truly hectic season for the Golden Flashes ... a season which was to have been the best in the history of the school, and one which ended with a mere three wins, four losses and one tie. Three men played exceptionally good football Saturday, and it just wouldn't be cricket to forget about them. Dean Winsper was the spark plug which gave the team the pep they, needed in the last quarter. "If you would build a team around that number 55 you might have something," was the remark of more than one B-W rooter. Number 55 is none other than Jimmy Jones, who was in there fighting every minute he played. Jim Alogdelis is the boy who recovered the fumble which resulted in the lone Kent tally. The last football battle brings the last battle for both you and I with "Between the Goalposts." For you, a battle to read and for me ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
The Kent Stater . . . Season . . . Warm and cheery inside . . . Weather. . . Damp and dreary outside Complete News Coverage of America's Fastest Growing Universit-v Volume XV, Number 27 Z 568 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1939 1 Whole Number, 601 THE KENT STATER Kent State University, Kent, Ohio The KENT STATER is published three times a week, Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the regular university year and weekly during the summer term. Publication suspended during vacations. Entered as second class matter, October 11, 1.927, 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. Represented by National Advertising Service, Inc., 420 Madison ave., New York. Subscription Price $2.75 Per Year Jack Watts (Phone .4325) Editor-in-Chief Joe Blair, Jr. (Phone 4325) . Business Manager Robert Kenyon Editi...
Baumgardner Named Head Of Committee [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
Baumgardner Named Head Of Committee Ernestine Baumgardner was appointed chairman of the committee to investigate elections at their first meeting, last night. No definite plans were made at the meeting as to how the committee will conduct their investigation hut they are going to have open meetings at which persons will be called upon to testify in support of their reasons for believing elections are crooked. The committee plans to have an open letter ready for publication by next Wednesday. Betty Crampton has been made corresponding secretary. Anyone being called upon to testify will be questioned by all of the members of the committee and probably no two persons will be asked the same questions so there will be no chance to prepare answers. Reports and regulations of this committee will probably be recommended as a guide for the conduct of future elections.
Teagarden's Band Signs Freshman [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
Teagarden's Band Signs Freshman Because of a tip he received from a triend in his home town, Akron, Tommy Justice successfully played an audition for Jack Teagarden and was made second trumpet with his band. Justice, a freshman at Kent State, played second trumpet in the university band and with Gil Crest's orchestra. He withdrew immediately from school Monday after he received an offer to join the band. Teagarden's band recently finished a three day engagement at the Palace theatre and moved to Youngstown where Justice is to open with them at the Paramount theatre. It is believed by friends of Justice that he received his chance when Bobby Hackett, nationally known trumpeteer in Horace Heidt's orchestra, heard him several weeks ago in Akron and knowing that Teagarden was looking for a new man in his brass section, notified him to give Justice an audition while he was in Akron.
Varsity Looks Forward To a Full Winter Program [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
Varsity Looks Forward To a Full Winter Program The winter sports carnival of Kent State university will open in all its glory as the major and minor sportsmen are really swinging into the art of getting in shape. Football has come and gone and notwithstanding a mediocre season in that sport, students are really looking toward the basketball season which cracks the ice of the winter's sport program Dec. 8. Bluffton college will form the opposition for this year's edition of' the Starn-coached varsity. This opener may not be as tough as some of the other teams to be met, but it will be no surprise if the smaller college turns up with a tough outfit. To all students who may be hesitating about returning to school on Jan. 2, let it be known that Penn State university, annually' one of the strongest teams in the nation, will stop off in Kent during its road trip to meet the Golden
Honor System Wanted at Kent [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
Honor System Wanted at Kent Student Council Discusses Plans for a System To End Cheating The student council at their last meeting discussed plans for installing an honor system at Kent State university, such as many other universities throughout the country have. The system would put students "on their honor" during examinations and is intended to do away with cheating of any kind. The council is making further investigations to see whether such a plan could be adopted. Selection of a freshman class advisor was discussed at the last meeting but no definite action has taken place, as yet.
Blue and Gold Warriors Take Off Helmets for Pigskin Prom, Dec. 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
Blue and Gold Warriors Take Off Helmets for Pigskin Prom, Dec. 1 Junior Class Sponsors Annual Post-Grid Hop Tribute to the strong will be the theme of the annual Pigskin Prom, honoring university football players, Friday, Dec. 1, in Wills gym. The selection of a queen to reign over the event has not been made, but the balloting ot the varsity players is expected :o take place early next week. For this night eaeh year, the gridders change rainments from the blue and gold of their working togs to the svelt, sleek appearance o$ tree "big men on Campus." 1 The gala afair is being sponsor- Ed by the junior class, and preparations are being made under the direction of Les Morato, social chairman. Kyle Smith and his orchestra will furnish the music for the dance, which will be semi-formal. Another feature of the program will be the presentation of the O-Kent Keg to the freshman football team who won possession of the trophy when they beat the sohomores 1-0 by virtue of a forfeit. Committee...
THANKS FOR EVERYTHING [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
THANKS FOR EVERYTHING By Kenny Cole Bradford Decrees Thanksgiving Days Pilgrims Invite Friendly Indians to Attend Ceremonies; Chief Massasoit Brings 90 Braves and Five Deer; Soldiers Perform PLYMOUTH, MASS., 1621.—The cannon on the hill thundered its approval as the first of three Thanksgiving days decreed by Gov. William Bradford began this morning. The colonists will offer thanks for the bountiful October harvest. Governor Bradford proclaimed a three day period of thanksgiving last week. "I am determined to have a period of recreation combined with thanksgiving for the many mercies tendered us," declared "Upon the first ravest depended the prosperity ! and even the lives of the colonists. We planted the seed in the spring, nursed it carefully all summer, and were rewarded in October with enough food for the long winter ahead," Bradford stated. Hold Church Service Thus as the dawn broke, cold and crisp this morning, a solemn procession to the meeting house, the men walking three ab...
False Alarms [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
False Alarms Last week a false alarm was turned in by one of the fraternity houses on campus. It cost the city of Kent more than $25 to investigate this call. It was meant to be a practical joke, but to those who stop and -think twice about such humor, it is not funny. The Kent fire department has cooperated many times in the past with the Greek organizations in their stunts, and several times with the university. Records show that moire accidents happen on false alarms than on real calls. In the past, the false alarms from sororities and fraternities have been so numerous that the fire department must now call back and determine if there is a fire, or if it is some student having fun. This wastes valuable time and may be costly if there really was a fire. Also, if the fire department goes out on a wild goose chase, and a real fire should break out somewhere else in the city, such a practical joker is hazarding the lives of others. Everyone appreciates a good joke. But, false alarms...