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Seese Firing... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
Seese Firing... One philosophical saying of ancient origin; seems destined to be lost in the onrush of American » college life. Vacation hitch hiking, indulged in by thousands of collegiates every Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter, has undoubtedly stimulated a respite in the adage "A rolling stone gathers no moss." Strikingly enough, the evident enjoyment of this form of transportation has brought to life a new saying "A rolling stone gathers no moss but a lot of experiences." ♦ •&gt; * Not only does the modern hitch hiker reap experiences as his reward but in his contact with various peoples he inevitably will run run across a variety of characters. And such was ye ole columnist's experience over "Franksgiving vacation" while thumbing in the Keystone state. Inside of four hours of traveling, two men with ientirely opposite viewpoints were encountered. • * * At Indiania, the first one, a big husky German pulled up to the curb and offered a lift. He was going through as far ...
This Week On Campus [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
This Week On Campus Monday, Dec. 4 Assembly, college of education, auditorium, 2 p. m. Tuesday, Dec. 5 YMCA meeting, 312 M, 7:30-8:30 p. m. AAUP meeting, middle room in library, 7:30-10:30 p. m. Wednesday, Dec. 6 Delta Kappa Psi meeting, 312 M, 4-5* p. m. K-P club meeting, 302 M, 4-5 p.m. Oratorio Society, auditorium, 710 p. m. YWCA meeting, 115K, 7-8 p. m. Social dancing, Wills gym, 8-10 p. m. Thursday, Dec. 7 Off-Campus house presidents meeting, 109 M, 7 p. m. University Bridge club, 212 M, 710 p. m. International Relations club, N. E. Library, 7:30 p. m. Music club dance demonstration, Moulton hall. 7-10 p. m. Courier-Tribune boxing tournament, Wills gym, 8 p. m. Kappa Sigma Chi smoker, 126 Linden road, 8-11 p. m. Friday, ;Dec. 8 Freshman class meeting, Wills gym, 4-6 p. m. Basketball game, Kent vs Bluffton, Wills gym, 8 p. m. (one hour after). Beta Gamma pledge dance, Silver Lake Country club, 9-1 a. m. Off-Campus Women's club dance, Moulton hall, 9-12 p. m. Saturday, Dec. 9 Wom...
Former Kent Student In Washington School [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
Former Kent Student In Washington School Miss Bette J. Mqrch, former student of Kent State has enrolled in the Washington School for Secretaries for the fall term. With the government service in the national/ capitol expanding rapidly because of the emergency situation, employment possibilities for trained men and women, studying at the center of American afairs, are becoming increasingly greater, according to Mrs. Adria C. Beaver, director of studies.
Interfraternity Council Plans Novel Monte Carlo Party [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
Interfraternity Council Plans Novel Monte Carlo Party A Monte Carlo party which is being planned by the interfraternity council will be held sometime this month. This is one of an extensive series of social functions being planned by the organization. Howard Resseger, social chairman will be in charge of all arrangements. He will be assisted by Fred Prasse, Sam Yates and Gene Antonuk. The third annual interfraternity banquet will be held for actives and pledges of the six member fraternities in March of next year. This council, headed by Lester Morato, Alpha Phi Beta head, is made up of two members of each fraternity. Although the presidents of the individual organizations usually represent their group, it is not a requisite. One of its main aims is to lock out for fraternity welfare. ~
some say ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
some say ... By Nat. Floersheimer At a recent election the Kappa Mu Kappa pledge chapter / chose the following officers: Jim Buzulencia, president;, Ralph Braden, vice president; Bob Zimmerman, secretary; Frank Percoco, sergeant-at-arms; and Bill Roberts, chaplain. About now is .the time to tell about a rather unique ping pong game that took place between Clyde Friar and Gene Marthey. As the tale goes . . . Friar hit the ball under the table. Marthey, due to previous practice of stooping to pick up the ball, neglected to look j where he put his hand, and stuck it j in a rat trap. Clyde laughed and! laughed and laughed. 1 t Two faculty members and their | wives have become patrons an:; j patronesses of the Theta Sigma j Upsilon sorority. They are Mr. 1 and Mrs. Earl F. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. James Holm. Last Monday night, Cosette j Blomquist and Rita Allendorf took; their pledge oaths at the Alpha Omega house. Other pledges are making tentative plans for a tea dance which will be hel...
Fleeting Time Finds Kent Grads Near and Far [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
Fleeting Time Finds Kent Grads Near and Far Last year they were just some more students standing around in the halls and attending classes as a matter of course, but this year they are scattered around in a number of different cities and states, filling their own little niches and probably having the times of their lives, if they happen to like their jobs. Joe Schaetzle, the little man who was always there when something happened is a salesman for the Federal Paper and Twine Company with his headquarters in Akron. Robert Russo, one of the BMOC is an employe with the Cleveland Trust company. Pat Patterson, the tall blonde business major, is also employed in Cleveland. Marion Shank is a utilization specialist with the Lorain-Medina Electric Corporation; Reed Schield is a chemist with the Seiberling Rubber company in Akron, and Charles F'ouser, at latest reports, is employed with a finance company in Cuyahoga Falls. Perhaps one of the most interesting jobs is that of Russell Harkins wh...
Forum Speaker [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
Forum Speaker Dr. Maurice Baum, university doctor of philosophy, will participate in a forum to be held in the Akron YMCA Thursday night at ,8 o'clock. Dr. Donald Anthony and Dr. Leonard Bloom will also aid in discussing the topic "Lesson's for America from World Affairs" at the meeting.
Mrs. Leebrick Back From Western Tour [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
Mrs. Leebrick Back From Western Tour Mrs. K. C. Leebrick, wife of President Leebrick, returned home yesterday morning after a six week's tour throughout the West. During the trip, she visited her mother in Berkeley, Calif, and also went to Los Angeles. On the return trip she stopped in, Mesa, Ariz, to see Dr. Leebrick's sister and then went on to Chicago. After a one day stop there she returned to Kent, y
Off-Campus Dance To Be Held Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
Off-Campus Dance To Be Held Friday Black and white silhouettes will make up the decorative background for members of the Off-Campus Women's club and guests, when they dance to Tony Pal and his orchestra Friday evening from 9 to 12. The dance will be held in Moulton hall. Aileen Milligan is in charge of general plans, while committee heads are as follows: publicity, Virginia Spruance; decorations, Mary Lou Trunkey; music, Betty Schlesinger; and tickets, Jane Higgens. Chaperones include Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nissley, Miss Bertha Whitton, and Miss Ethel Foster. The dance is open tp guest couples, alumni off campus, members, and university students.
Name Bands to Play For Social Dancing [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
Name Bands to Play For Social Dancing Social dancing will be held Wednesday in Wills gym to the music of such bands as Artie Shaw, Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Abe Lyman and Ozzie Nelson. Of the 20 new records bought every month by the HPE department, this months purchase includes such current music as "Bless you," "Speaking of Heaven," "Faithful Forever," and Bluebirds in the Moonlight," as well as "Out of Space," and "So Many Times" by Glenn Miller. Some of Artie Shaw's recordings that will be played are "All the Things You Are," Here." Dancing is from 8:30 to 10:15 "I Surrender Dear," and "Love is with regular admission by student activity ticket.
Three Leave Infirmary, Replacements Step In [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
Three Leave Infirmary, Replacements Step In Six students are taking a prolonged Thanksgiving vacation in the university hospital. Heading the list is Frank Estochin, who will hold down a cot for five more weeks. Also entering the infirmary are Betty Javins, John Watson, Geraldine Hanson, Helen Davis, and Earl Dye. Sent home last week because of illness were Wendell Meyer, Shirley Kay, and Jeannette Lebold, all of Akron. -
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
Cash Special Low Price Cleaning DRY CLEANED AND PRESSED DRESSES (Plain] LADIES COATS M \ (Without Fur) H H W SUITS \ II OVERCOATS . . . 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
Local Boxers Preparing For Annual Charity Show [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
Local Boxers Preparing For Annual Charity Show Local boxers who will appear on the annual Courier-Tribune boxing show to be held in Wills gym Thursday night are tapering off in their work preparatory to the weighing in Wednesday. The Tribune show is given each year to furnish Christmas gifts and food to local needy children. It is expected to outdraw all previous shows held for that purpose in Kent. Louis DeWeese, Kent's ace heavyweight, and Gene Finks, Akron's gift to the fistic wars, are all set for their meeting in the top spot of the nine bout card. This battle promises to be a top-notcher in every respect as Finks, a slugger, comes up against a smooth boxer. In the semi-windup, A1 Buccilli, Kent athlete, opposes Fred Bernhardt in a very evenly matched bout. Buccilli came to Kent from John Carroll where he obtained his boxing experience. The program, as arranged by Eddie Adams, KSU boxing instructor, and Eddie Lavery, will also feature bouts between Dave Snyder, Kent, and Dewey ...
Akron Boxing Hopes [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
Akron Boxing Hopes Five Akron boys who promise to supply plenty of competition for the local boys and guarantee a scrappy ring show for fight, goers Thursday night are, left to right: Johnny Kenny, John Goda, Dewy Hale, Fred Bernhardt, and Gene Finks. Gene is the lad who will oppose Kent's Lewis DeWeese in a five round heavyweight bout.
Begala Explains How His Grandpa Began College at Plow University [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
Begala Explains How His Grandpa Began College at Plow University Who was it who said it's the little things in life that count? "Well whoever it was, stole that saying from my grandpa," says Joe Begala. Franklin said, "Save your pennies and let the dollars take care of themselves." But did he say that? No, it was Joe's grandpa that did. "Now getting back to the subject," said Joe, "this is how my grandpa got a college education." "Now my grandpa owned 160 acres of land and he thought that it was useless to buy horses, so he used to plow that land himself on the first day of spring each year, and he did it in one day," said Twinkle Toes Begala. "Well, one fine spring day my grandpa was busy plowing his "small country farmland when he saw a tall, fairly well built gentleman come walking down the road." He stopped to ask Joe's grandpa a question. "Which way is it to town," he said, "and my grandpa, turning, pointed down the road and said, .'that way'." The next fall Joe's grandpa was n...