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Estochin Finds Headache To Be Skull Fracture [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
Estochin Finds Headache To Be Skull Fracture Frank Estochin, varsity football center, received a skull fracture during the Baldwin-Wallace game, Kent's last game of the season, it was learned definitely today. He was kicked in the head during the game and removed but the extent of his injuries was not known until 10 days later, when x-ray pictures revealed that the "headache" he had been complaining of was a skull fracture.
Flashes Prepping for Bluff ton [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
Flashes Prepping for Bluff ton Starn Cuts Squad to 15 As Initial Contest Nears With new suits to decorate their outside appearance, the Golden Flash hoopsters are eagerly anticipating the season lid-lifter with Bluffton this Friday at Wills gym. Coach Starn announced today that at least two sophomores will be in the opening lineup against Bluffton. Joe Price, high-scoring sophomore from Sharon, Pa., will start at one of the forward spots, while either Dude Kilbourne or Andy Andreas, both sophs, will start at center. Wayne Griffith, last year's high-scoring star, will start at forward, and Max Connor and Sheldon Helmick, both veterans, are tentatively slated to hold down the guard posts. Old Man Injury Jinx has dealt the Flashes an unlucky hand again, as Bill Boliantz, veteran letterman, will he out until the second semester with an injured ankle. The squad now numbers 15, and is composed of six lettermen and nine sophomores. It will probably be cut to 12 before the opening game. Spe...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 4 December 1939
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 December 1939
The Kent Stater WATCH for the special Christmas ad edition coming out Wednesday, Dec. 13. TODAY'S EDITORIAL Written by Cornelia Porea on the proper way to dress. Complete News Coverage of America's Fastest Growing University XV, Number 31 z 568 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Wednesday, Dec. 6, 1939 Wholje Number, 605 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 Madison ave.. New York. Subscription Price $2.75 Per Year Jack Watts (Phone 4325) Editor-in-Chief Joe Blair, Jr. (Ph...
Rivalry Seen in DeWeese Go [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 December 1939
Rivalry Seen in DeWeese Go The traditional rivalry between Akron and Kent State universities will be renewed feere tomorrow night when representatives of the two schools meet in the squared ring of prizefighting lore. The scene will be Wills gym, filled with rabid boxing fans watching the annual Kent State univer-sity-Courier-Tribune charity show beginning at 8:30 p. m. The funds from this annual affair are used to furnish Christmas gdfts and food to Kent's needy children. The feature of this renewal will be the bout between Gene Finks, one of Akron's finest heavyweights, and Kent's Golden Gloves' champ and American Legion champ, Louis DeWeese. DeWeese is an established fighter, a fact that his record will verify. He is probably one of the best boxers in Ohio amateur ranks at the present time. Finks on the other hand, is just stepping into the limelight as a slugger with a terrific right hand punch which will make him very dangerous. The two boys met in East Liverpool last year with...
Noted Songstress Here For Annual Messiah [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 December 1939
Noted Songstress Here For Annual Messiah "Thrills the audience with her fine lyric voice, both as to strength and tonal quality"— said the Bethlehem GlobeTimes. "What to sing and how to sing it were equally well represented in the program given by Corleen Wells" —said the New York Evening Sun. Four New York Performers This is Corleen Wells, brilliant soprano who will appear with the largest musical' production of the year, the fourth annual presentation of George Frederic Handel's oratorio, "The Messiah," Sunday, Dec. 17 in the university auditorium. Three other outstanding performers from New York city will join Miss Wells in singing with the group of 175 voices. E'llen Repp, contralto, who was coached by the famous David Monrad Johansen; Arthur Bailey, heralded tenor of the famous St. Thomas church in New York; Robert Crawford, known throughout the musical world as "Alaska's Favorite Son." Prof. Denker Directs Chorus This quartet of famous voices will blend with 175 more in presen...
Elections Committee [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 December 1939
Elections Committee To the Editor of the Kent Stater: As members of the elections investigating committee, we wish to make our position clear. Anyone who feels he has information which would aid the investigation should leave a note in the mailbox of either Ernestine Baumgardner or Betty Crampton. Meetings are held on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 7:30 until 9 in 201 Merrill. Visitors are permitted. Ernestine Baumgardner, Lamont Burger, Betty Crampton, Harold Serne, John Powell. ... Corieen Wells
Frosh Stage Unique Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 December 1939
Frosh Stage Unique Meeting Stage Three-Act Show To Eliminate Dullness Earl Vacariu Will Act as Master-of-Ceremonies; McCarthy to Give Piano Demonstration Studded with stars of a versatile group, -the freshman class of Kent State university will combine these talents in presenting a new and breezier type of class meeting Friday night in Wills gym from 4 to 6 p. m. Heralded as a three-star extravaganza, the class will conduct their meeting with a touch of Barnum and Billy Rose, when present a., detailed floor show and social dancing. Earl Vacariu, Alliance lad, will act as master of ceremonies for the occasion, and an array of freshman talent is ready to perform between the periods of dancing. Irving Waterbury, popular silvervoiced tenor, will present several selections; a swing chorus of ten Lowry hall girls will present the popular tune, "I Didn't Know What 1 Time It Was;" lovely Jean Marie Johnson will give a tap rountine; Brick McCarthy, already well-known for his swinging piano p...
In the News [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 December 1939
In the News Freshmen stage brilliant frolit —page 1. Four dances put social season really on the upbeat—page 3. DeWeese favorite in the boxing brawl tomorrow night—page 1. The Other Side brings us another interesting tale —page 2. Bill Jaccaud continues his cartooning—page 2.
Flashes Point For Bluff ton In First Game [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 December 1939
Flashes Point For Bluff ton In First Game Coach A. C. Burcky's Bluffton Beavers, 16-strong, will arrive in Kent Friday afternoon determined to avenge the 2725 defeat handed them by the Flashes in last year's game. The Beavers have nine lettermen back from last season, plus some promising sophomores, and guarantee to give Coach G. D. Starn's cagers a stiff argument as to the outcome of the game Friday night. Bluffton has already played one game, and dropped it to Bowling Green's smooth-passing outfit by a 48 to 29 margin. The Beavers are rated as one of the fastest squads ever produced at Bluffton, and their followers are expecting a good season. Probable starting lineup for the Bluffton outfit will be Reichenbach, at center, Radulovich and Yoder at the guard posts, and West and McLaughlin at the forward slots. Bluffton had an average season last year, winning about half their games. They averaged 37 points to their opponents' 39.
Council to Listen To Cheerleaders [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 December 1939
Council to Listen To Cheerleaders Candidates from which cheerleaders will be voted for at the assembly next Tuesday, will be chosen at a tryout tomorrow at 4 p. m. in 108 M. Any person wishing to become a candidate for the cheerleading team is asked to attend, for this will be the only chance to make the team given, according to the Student council. Four men and four women receiving the largest number of votes at the assembly will comprise the team. All contestants will be on a competitive basis, including the present cheerleaders, if they wish to remain on the team. Student council will appoint the head cheerleader. The election will be temporary, while Student council andi the athletic department work on plans for next year's team. The Psychology club, a newly formed organization on the campus, was given recognition by the Student council last Monday.
Today’s Editorial ON PROPER DRESS [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 December 1939
Today’s Editorial ON PROPER DRESS comment has been made recently on the subject of proper dress. Several dances held in the past week suggest several things. The committee sponsoring the Pigskin Prom announced that the dance was to be semi-formal. This meant the women were to wear long dresses, and dress for men was optional. But, this was not made emphatic Some women came with short dresses, and some with long. As a result the atmosphere of the dance was spoiled, and those in long dresses were uncomfortable for they seemed overdressed in comparison to the short dresses and sport outfits. Perhaps, Kent State does not have many strictly formal affairs because the students cannot afford them. But, those in charge of the dances held during the year should express the proper dress for women and men, and admit only those who are dressed to conform, this would give everyone a feeling of comfort, and lend atmosphere to the dance. It is immaterial whether the dance be formal, semi-formal, o...