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Thanksgiving [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
Thanksgiving Thanksgiving to some persons means a lot of good food, church attendance, and a hurried prayer of thanks for one day. But, this is just a fragment of the Thanksgiving which the Puritans meant to hand to us. This day was set aside because it marked the end of a period of hard work in the fields, and marked off the period of winter. They had worked hard in harvest time and the fruits of their labor were heaped upon the table and in their storage rooms. Likewise, Thanksgiving should mean to us a period in which we congregate the fruits of our labor and give thanks fop them. This year, students in universities, in our country have much for which to be thankful. They have seen war and strife close at hand, yet they have seen their government celebrate another Armistice day. There is peace in our country. In this time of struggle abroad, the students, future leaders of our government, and the people of the United States can give thanks that they may still live peacefully and ...
Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
Letters to the Editor To the Administration, i Dear Sirs: I wish to bring to your atten- 1 tion a fact. A number of students 1 on this campus are interested in obtaining courses other than those 1 which are in the sophomore and 1 freshman division. ; It was my personal experience this semester to have had upper division courses in three departments yanked from underneath me. In one department I could not get 1 any course I wanted in the upper 1 division. In another department I 1 was forced to take a course in which I had no interest and which ' was of no use to me. Besides not • being able to get the courses I 1 wanted in the upper division, one ; of my three courses was cut to a one hour seminar course. This ■ course is extremely difficult, and 1 as a result the whole class needed 1 the alloted time to fully understand the subject. , Today, I was inquiring of one of , the department heads whether or not certain upper division courses • were to be offered next semester. 1 Much to m...
Postscripts [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
Postscripts By Ted Charles Earl Vacariu (Scot name) says he is going to get all his teeth pulled so he can chew his own gum. Lloyd, who gripes about the way women dress, could take a little advice —Namely, that people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. Comes a crack to my ears that the reason the Stater doesn't run a dirt column is because it's too highschoolish. My GodFrey man, I've seen some good high school papers. A Blackout at Kent - - - the football season. I've often wondered how a bald headed man knew when to stop washing his face. Girls take note: This is definitely, but positively a man's school now. The males outnumber the females. Fellows take note:. From now on the competition will be keener - - - putin' your bids for dates early. The Hatfield's and McCoys were feudin mountain boys - - Leebrick and Hostettler. Lennie (Yawanna dance with my girl) Opeil is rapidly becoming a jitterbug - - - now he knows for shure that the Shag isn't a breakfast food. Time dr...
The Other Side [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
The Other Side We aren't difinitely sure about the exact date but Thanksgiving day is going to come before long. At any rate, a good many turkeys are going to get it in the necks shortly and a good many persons are going to stuff themselves with said turkeys—and dressing and cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie. * * * Thanksgiving day doesn't mean a whole lot anymore. It simply amounts to a big feed, a lot of dirty dishes, a few football games and vast consumption of TUMS - - - for the tummy, yuh know. * * * A lot has happened since that first Thanksgiving day when a handful of Pilgrims decided to have a feast and to give thanks to their God for His having given, them good harvests in a new world. Since that long-ago time, with the passing of countless thousands of persons and the passing of countless thousands of turkeys, the specific reason for a Thanksgiving has disappeared and the day is merely, an occasion for big eats and a welcome vacation. • * * The ancestors ...
Some Say [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
Some Say By Nat Floersheimer The administration has no soul!' Thanksgiving, the time set aside for everyone to be grateful, was the time picked by the faculty to pass out deficiency slips. Who could be grateful, or thankful, or even at ease, when they arrive home to find parents, grandparents and others, with that questioning look? How can you tell your folks how glad you are to see them, when your trying to think up a good alibi? You not only have to convince them that the professor doesn't know how to grade, but that he has a grudge against you. "Yes," you say, "I know I got an "F" but say, I know plenty about that course. The professor probably just got a new red pencil and wanted to get his money's worth." Yes, Thanksgiving is here, and with turkey dinners, pumpkin pies and stuff . . . comes the time to give serious thought to the problem of packing a suitcase. One wonders, whether he should take home all his clothes to be laundered or do it in two shifts, whether one should bot...
Initiated [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
Initiated Prof. William Taylor was formally initiated as faculty advisor of Blue Key at their dinner meeting held at the Robin Hood last night. Plans were discussed for malting the students learn the words to the Alma Mater so that they w'll be able to sing them at school functions. It was announced that Blue Key has taken over the selling of Student directories so that they may earn money for the national convention of Blue Key to be held at Christmas 1940. Plans were also discussed for a banquet and dance to be held with Cardinal Key.
NOTICE: [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
NOTICE: A black velvet evening wrap was picked up by mistake at the All-Greek dance, Saturday night. JThe wrap left in exchange is a black velvet wrap from Livingston store, Youngstown. Will the person who. took my wrap by mistake please contact me and I will exchange. Margaret Stilenhauer Alpha Omega house Dial 5247
clubs ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
clubs ... Kent's Commerce club will hold its first field trip of the year when its members travel to Cleveland tomorrow to visit the Federal Reserve bank and the AddressographMultigraph corporaton. The trip j is open to all B. A. students who should contact Eugene Antonuk if interested. It is expected about 50 will go. i ' j* * * The Rev. Francis J. Macßae was ' guest speaker at the Newman club dinner held Sunday, November 19, at St. Patrick's church. The Reverend Macßae, formerly a missionary from China, showed two movies oncerning the life of a missionary among £he Chinese, i The club plans to make these Sunday night dinners a weekly affair beginning December 3. All i Catholics are especially invited to j attend, and anyone may come. ; Members of the Newman club who expect to become active members are asked to pay their dues so that I plans for the annual formal may be completed.
Education Class Hears Traveller [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
Education Class Hears Traveller Miles Moyfta, a student for Uruguay, South America, who is traveling on a YMCA scholarship, spoke to Mr. Miller's 455 class in Education Monday afternoon on the subject of the youth educational program in South America. When asked for a comparison of North American and Uruguayan student life, he gave the startling revelation that there are no social activities in Uruguayan universities and colleges, their sole purpose being education. The Uruguayan student is much more interested in national and international politics than the average North American student, and he is also concerned with the betterment of the working class and the solving of labor problems. His principles of government are democratic and he is not, as many people believe, greatly influenced by Facism and Communism. His attitude towards the United States has changed favorably in the last few years, due to the changing of our nation's peace institution. The natural science division of t...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
LOST : Akron East high, senior class ring. Initialed M. E. T. Lost in the library washroom Saturday. Margaret Timms. rzF Student's Lunch . . . specially priced! Featuring new menus from day to , day this lunch will provide well-balanced foods —rich in energy—and enough to satisfy! Ask for one, today. 25c DICK'S DINER A happy Thanksgiving I'm wishing you all. A pleasure indeed it has been when you call For flowers for formals, for birthdays and such. I hope I have pleased you with my floral touch, And when you return, I'll continue to serve With my best ability, which you deserve. Just phone Terese Green —Dial 4565, 414 E. Main st. —To please you I'll strive. PLAY SAFE! r r Vjint&amp;v Be sure your car is equipped with Dennman unconditionally guaranteed tires. l St/wtce FOR SAFE AND COMPLETE SERVICE Come to University Service E. Main and Lincoln LET'S BE FORMAL / m m m TUXEDOS and Tails Complete SUN • Cleaners and Clothiers BL-5422 84 E. Mill St. AKRON ARE YOU ALL SET FOR WIN...
De Weese Will Box Akron Star in Charity Bout [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
De Weese Will Box Akron Star in Charity Bout Courier Will Sponsor Annual Boxing Show Adding another bit to the close rivalry between Kent State and Akron universities, the annual Courier-Tribune boxing show to be presented in Wills gym on Monday, Dec. 7 will feature as the headliner a heavyweight* battle between stars of the two schools. Louis DeWeese, Kent's Golden Glove champion, has been matched with Gene Fink, Akron's slugging heavyweight, in the top spot of the nine bout card. The card has been arranged by Eddie Lavery and Eddie Adams, boxing instructor for the Flashes. Although many people did not expect DeWeese to appear, final arrangements have been made. DeWeese and Fink will compete in the Golden Gloves and American Legion tournaments later in the year. Proceeds of the show will be used to furnish a real Christmas to Kent's needy children. With these two headliners and a host of other talent the card is expected to attract a record breaking crowd. Admission prices are 25 c...
Women's Bowling Contest Begins Friday, Dec, 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
Women's Bowling Contest Begins Friday, Dec, 1 Women's "Round Robin" bowling tournament will begin Friday, Dec. 1, and matches will be held every Monday and Friday at 4 p. m. at the Kent Recreation bowling alleys. The women will be divided into 33 teams composing six leagues, and bowlers will receive WAA credit for participation, but no woman will be given credit unless she takes part in the tournaments. Managers of the different zones are responsible for seeing that their teams are at the alleys when they are scheduled to play. The progression of the tournament will be posted regularly on the WAA bulletin board. After the regulation tournament has been completed the winners of the leagues will have a play off contest for the howling trophy.
Intramural Volley Ball Tournament Progresses [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
Intramural Volley Ball Tournament Progresses Intramural sports are now in full swing with both fraternity and independent leagues almost half through the volley ball tournament. The six teams in the fraternity league play every Monday at 4 p. m. with Ralph Tulis and Donald Sinn acting as officials. The independent league of 12 teams have their matches at 7:30 p. m. on Mondays with Tulis, Sinn, and Hubert Laurence refereeing. Three more weeks of volley ball remain on the schedule and intramural director Nick Carter announces that he may be able to place any man who wishes to play independent ball with a team which is not yet complete.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 22 November 1939
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 29 November 1939
The Kent Stater Vol. XV, No. 28 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Wednesday, Nov. 29, 1939 Whole No. 602 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, 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. Represented by National Advertising Service, Inc., 420 MSUttson aive.. New York. Subscription Price $2.75 Per Year Jack Watts (Phone 4325) Editor-in-Chief Blair, Jr. (Phone 4325) Business Manager Robert Kenyon ..... Edition Editor Business staff: Assistant Business Managers: Mark Treat, Peter Manyo; Advertising Assistants: Walter Wolfe, Charles Erlcksen, Mary Brandt