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Smith Opens Competition [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 December 1939
Smith Opens Competition Competition in news and pictorial photography for the third annual Short Course in News Photography was opened today by Prof. A. Clarence Smith, director of the yearly event sponsored by the journalism department of the university. With eligibility open to anyone, anywhere, and no limits to the entries to be submitted, it is expected that a large amount of prints will be entered. Judging in the pictorial division will be by Frank R. Fraprie and the staff of the American Photography magazine. Kipp Ross and the staff of the Associated Press News Photo service /ill judge the news division. Design work of university art students is now being .exhibited in he art gallery and will remain on 'isplay through this weekend. For the remainder of December, the gallery will feature the water color section of the 1939 Cleveland May show.
Council Plans Social Program [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 December 1939
Council Plans Social Program The interfraternity council is planning an extensive social program for this year. Howard Resseger, social chairman, will be in charge of arrangements, and will be assisted by Fred Prasse, Sam Yates, and Gene Antonouk. It was announced today by Lester Morato, council president, that the first event is tentatively scheduled for sometime in December, and will be a Monte Carlo party. The third annual interfraternity banquet will be held for actives and pledges of the six member fraternities in March of next year. Plans are also being made for an all-greek dance, to take place next semester.
Build A Shelter House [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 December 1939
Build A Shelter House SEVERAL colleges have recently built shelter houses for winter recreation. These shelter houses, crude buildings, are usually built by some group or club on the campus. The ejection of such a hut is the result of cooperation and hard work. The lumber is either purchased by the college, or donated by a local merchant. If King Winter ever comes through with some snow, the toboggan slide should contribute a lot of fun. Toboggan parties could be held, and what more could be wanted than to come from the outside cold into a warm shelter house? —CP —K—
Within This Book [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 December 1939
Within This Book "JJNIVERSITY students are fortunate in hav-. ing at their disposal, a well stocked library. Anytime during the open hours of the library, students may enter and read, or select some book for reading outside of the library. Contrast, momentarily, these opportunities with those of Abraham Lincoln, who, walked miles to borrow a worn-out copy of some book. We have books literally at our fingertips. Do we appreciate these books and what they can do for us? Remember that between the covers of a modest-looking book may lie adventure supreme. A persual of this book may result in an infinite personal gain; it can be entertaining as well as educational.—HE —K—
Interesting Changes [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 December 1939
Interesting Changes JNTERESTING changes are taking place on other college campuses that will effect the educaitonal standards of Ohio. At Oberlin college, student committees are mapping plans for the mock presidential caucus to be held there next spring. Following the election of the political party which they will support, more than a thousand students will participate in the convention which will be held in a "circus tent" on the campus in May. Closer to us is the announcement that Dr. Kenneth I. Brown has resigned the presidency of Hiram college to take up similar duties at Dennison university in Granville. Dr. Brown is remembered for the Hiram Study Plan.
Kent Karousal [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 December 1939
Kent Karousal By Bill Lloyd Long, long, ago, about the time Hiawatha was worrying about his mittens, his birchbark, and other things, women were wearing their hair in a manner intended to attract the gullible male. It is a practice, that in spite of all masculine adversity, has persisted to this day. Now, perhaps, we have a few more unusual variations, but the total effect has remained unchanged. Periodically, some deluded lad rises up and submits his plea for a little restriction, for a bit of moderation, but to no avail. * * * College girls are vociferous disciples of the crazy-coiffure, from the mid-victorian method to the Übangi girl's system of tying the little bristles up with a piece of ribbon. Frankly, a bit .less of this would be very easy to take, r However, with permanent "permanents" improving every day, there is probably little j chance of the girls toning down somewhat. Certainly no one would advocate letting the female locks, .lengthy as they are, grow promiscuously, ...
Varsity Matmen Start Practice Seven Lettermen, Eight Sophs Out for Positions [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 December 1939
Varsity Matmen Start Practice Seven Lettermen, Eight Sophs Out for Positions Varsity wrestling coach Joe Begala is rapidly getting his matmen into shape for a season of 12 matches. Only two weeks remain before the opening meet with the Kent freshmen on December 16. Weeping Joe Begala is mak-* ing his yearly rounds moaning abfcut the fact that he has only seven lettermen and several veVy tough sophomores to select his starting eight. Quoting the unfortunate Mr. Begala "We'll be lueky to win a meet. But everyone seems to take these annual words with a grain of salt. Begala has selected a band member as a prospect for the team and the development of the musician, Don Sinn, sophomore 121pounder, is progressing rapidly. Sinn, who is expected to take over the featherweight slot on the squad, has never wrestled prior to this year. Competition is Keen In the next division, the 128pound class, Len Weisenberg, sophomore flash, and Jackie Wilber, Stow, regular 121-pounder last season, are batt...
Frosh Wrestlers Preparing for Varsity Match [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 December 1939
Frosh Wrestlers Preparing for Varsity Match Carmen Falcone, freshman wrestling coach, has refuted his pre-season forecast of a victory over the varsity wrestling squad. 1-Ie doubts the ability of his "green" frosh wrestlers to win even a point # against what he terms "The strongest Varsity squad in the history of Kent wrestling." Coach Falcone named as his best chances to win points from the varsity, Duane Hague of Cuyahoga Falls, in the 121-pound class; Mike Slepecky from Cleveland Rhodes high school, in the 128-pound class; Tom Schenz, Akron East product, 155-pounder; and Joe Lucek, Cleveland South, as either a 165-pounder or in the 175-pound class. Two brothers from Warren Harding high school, Howard and Charles Roby, 215 pounds and 235 pounds respectively, comprise the freshman heavyweight division.
Intramurals [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 December 1939
Intramurals Intramural athletic council of the fraternity league will meet Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 4 p. m. in Prof. G. J. Altman's office. Each fraternity is asked to have its athletic supervisor present. The winter schedule of intramural sports will be arranged, and boxing is to be included in the new plan. Other new business of importance will be discussed.
Varsity K Club To Meet Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 December 1939
Varsity K Club To Meet Monday Varsity K club will hold an important meeting Monday, Dec. 4 at 9p.m. at the Kappa Mu Kappa house, after regular fraternity meetings are over. The organization is following a plan to meet with the different fraternities each week. Advisor Wayne Sidinger announced that refreshments will be served after the business session is completed.
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SOCIALLY SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 December 1939
SOCIALLY SPEAKING THETA SIGS DANCE TONIGHT First of the Greek winter dances will be the Theta Sigma Upsiloc formal at the Akron City club, tonight. Alf Bottomley's orchestra will play for dancing from 9 until 1 o'clock. Sorority pledges under the direction of Jean Harmony, general chairman, are decoratng the ballroom in the sorority colors, rose and silver. Chaperones will include Mrs. Vera Osmun and guest, Prof, and Mrs. G. Harry Wright, Prof, and Mrs. James Holm, Prof, and Mrs. Earl Brown, Dr. and Mrs. John F. Cuber, and Dr. and Mrs. Henry Dater. COEDS DANCE AT WAKIKI WHIRL f Moulton halls "Wakiki Whirl," the fall semi-formal dance, is to be held in the music room of the dormitory, December 9, from 9 to 1 o'clock. Chaperones are Prof, and Mrs. Bruce C. Handley, Prof, and Mrs. G. Harry Wright, Dr. and Mrs. Henry Dater, and Miss Kathryn Klink and guest. Dancing will be to the music of Bill Factor's orchestra from Akron. The committee in charge of arrangements consists of Jean Comerf...