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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 September 1939
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 29 September 1939
The Kent Stater Volume XV, Number 4 z 568 Complete News Coverage of America's Fastest Growing University Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Friday, September 29, 1939 Whole Number, 578 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 Editor-in-Chief Joseph S. Blair, Jr Business Manager Betty Crampton Edition Editor Assistant edition editors: Tom Bates and Clyde Friar; society editor, Natalie Floersheimer; sports e...
Team Opens Against Lawrence Tech Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 29 September 1939
Team Opens Against Lawrence Tech Tomorrow Tomorrow Lawrence Tech invades the realms of Kent State. Tomorrow, through the courtesy of Mr. Injury Jinx, Coach "Rosy" Starn will send onto the field a team that strongly resembles a patch work quilt. Injuries that have hit as hard as Starn would like to have his blockers hit, have caused him to send a highly inexperienced eleven to the front. &lt; Dick Kilbourne was slated to start at right end. Jimmy Jones and Dominic Mittiga were positive backfield starters. Les Netzen was supposed to carry the brunt of the attack on his wide shoulders and Leo "Butch" Lifton was certain to see plenty of action from the right guard spot. This was Starn's original conception which injuries have altered considerably. Gillies Replaces Kilbourne Instead of the aggressive Kilbourne at end it will be Bill Gillies, a fighting sophomore. Dean Winsper will replace the injured Mittiga, and Joe Mileski will probably start in the place of the rapid charging ...
PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 29 September 1939
PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS Game Time —2:30 KENT TECH Bill Boliantz (170) LE Fred Dupke (174) Jim Blackstock (185) LT ...Paul Kosbab (225) Earl Mcllvaine (180) LG Larry Anstett (189) Frank Estochin (175) ...C George Rolby (208) Ejd Chesleski (195) RG Art Miller (175) Walt Porowski (195) RT Walt Lappe (211) Bill Gillies (175) RE James Burke (180) Dean Winsper (150) Q Claude Linke (192) Joe Mileski (145 LH Harry Awdey (173) Les Netzen (210) RH Jock McEvoy (185) Louis Cardinal (165) (ac) F John Attenberger (175)
Enrollment Hits Expected High [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 29 September 1939
Enrollment Hits Expected High The latest figures on student enrollment show that the expected mark of 2500 has been passed. With students still registering the enrollment has already reached 2530. At present there are 48 students registered for Saturday and evening classes. No official totals have been received from the extension centers as yet, but it is believed that enrollment will exceed last years by 800 students.
-- Briefs-- [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 29 September 1939
-- Briefs-- Clyde Friar, Dillonvale journalism student, left last night for his home to undergo an appendectomy, This is the second time that Clyde has been ordered to his home because of ill health. * * * All girls doing any outside work or NY A for room and board during the week or at home on Saturday, should call at the office of the Dean of Women for a working permit. * * * Freshmen group pictures for the Chestnut Burr will be taken Monday at 4 p. m. in front of Merrill hall. Freshmen caps will be required of anyone desiring a picture. * * V Freshmen women enrolled in the orientation classes which meet Tuesday at 10, Wednesday at 8 and Thursday at 10 will meet in 304 Merrill in place of the formerly assigned classrooms. * * * Entries for the Independent Intramural horseshoe tournament will close Monday, Oct. 2. All those wishing to enter a team, see either Prof. A. C. Poe or Nick Carter. Four men will be limited to a team. Schedule will be posted on the Intramural Bulletin board...
Passes Given Away [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 29 September 1939
Passes Given Away Through the cooperation of Schine's Kent Theatre, the Kent Stater has made arrangements to give free passes to students who read the Kent Stater. Three names of students will be found in each ad of the Kent theatre. If these students will bring the ad to the Stater office with the proper identification they will receive their free passes.
Registrar Filing Applications For Air Course [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 29 September 1939
Registrar Filing Applications For Air Course With 52 applicants already filed, students interested in taking the government course in aviation should make plans to register immediately at the office of the registrar, according to Pres. K. C. Leebrick. "I can't emphasize too much that this aviation course is a real opportunity and those students who want to be considered should register immediately," Dr. Leebrick; stated. The course, which will start as soon as the quota, set at 40, has been filled, will be under the instruction of the Akron Airways, Inc. Application of women students will be taken contingent upon word from Washington as to whether women will be allowed to enter. Dr. Leebrick has written the Civil Aeronautic authority concerning this. Dr. H. G. Rubin of Akron is flight physician for the CAA in the Akron district and will give the physical examinations soon. Age limit requirements state that students must have reached 18 years and not exceed 25 years of age as of Sept...
Gorlich, Krumm, Watts In Play [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 29 September 1939
Gorlich, Krumm, Watts In Play 'Ethan Fronte' Roles Filled By Veterans and Freshmen Feminine Head Still Undecided As Stump Rehearses Homecoming Play BULLETIN Prof. E. Turner Stump, late last night, announced that Lynn Miller, freshman, from Norwalk, would portray the role of Mattie Silver in die homecoming play "Ethan Frome." Stump stated, "To insure an excellent cast, I have cast such veteran theatre players as Wanda Griffiths, Blair Sheers and Opal Wigner in supporting roles." * » * Combining new faces and old, Ethan Frome, homecoming play to be given November 1, 2, and 3, was rehearsed for the first time last night in the university auditorium with Walter Krumm, speech scholarship freshman, playing in the title role opposite veteran theatre players. Playing opposite Krumm, as his hypochondrical wife, Riding Plans Complete Horseback riding will now be available to university students through the cooperation of the health and physical education department and Lieutenant G. E. Prujan...
KENT Broadcasts [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 29 September 1939
KENT Broadcasts Josephine College was surprised to hear last Sunday afternoon an announcer's words words break the silence of her room . . . "You are listening to an educational program broadcasted by WTAM Cleveland and presented for your enjoyment by Kent State university." Other university students will be interested to know that a committee headed by Dean Arden L. Allyn presents each Sunday at 1:30 p. m. over WTAM Cleveland a series of educational talks. These are regularly scheduled unless the World Series should interrupt. They are of special interest to present and future university students. The first one of the series, that started last Sunday, was well received according to the comments by students and faculty. It is through such efforts as these radio broadcasts that the people of northeastern Ohio become aware that Kent State is an educational leader among the state universities. Every Kent student can do much to spread the scholastic advantages of his university. He can ...
Your Paper [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 29 September 1939
Your Paper THE KENT STATER is the paper of the students and faculty of our university. It attempts to cover completely every department in the university and present the news as it happens. A newspaper in a university is a means of disseminating information that will be interesting to its readers. It is an effective means of getting announcements to students. The paper is also meant to be stimulating and entertaining. The Kent Stater is your paper. It is the newspaper of a university that is growing by leaps and bounds. The columns of the paper are open to the opinions and comments of students and faculty at all times. Any letter, properly signed, will be printed. The Kent Stater will appreciate letters to the editor or any comment that may help to make it a complete and accurate newspaper.—CP —K— Time: KENT STATE has a clock in every classroom . . . and none in the halls or on the Kampus . . . students must be where they are scheduled to be "on time."
Having Talked It Over [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 29 September 1939
Having Talked It Over Walter Dengel wanted to go along for the view and right then I should have known better —Denk spoiled everything for the interview turned out not to be a fair cross-section of the incoming frosh but a beauty parade of the pretty little girls down upon whom he swooped. * * * LORETTA ANN KRAMER, a charming Massillon Tiger who had a yellow ribbon in her brown hair, was (about three replies ahead of us while we questioned her; she is simply crazy—and we do mean crazy—over our grand registration system. "What with all these lines I haven't been able," stormed MISS KRAMER, "to get my eight glasses of water per day. Whatta yuh mean, how do I like the (Kent fellows? Just when does a girl get time to look at them? And, if you are going to ask me if I like the physical examination, well, I do not!" * * * Fearing LORETTA might become violent, we scrambled for the nearest exit and into whom did we plunge but TONY CAPUANO who footballed for Middlebranch high before coming h...
For My Own Pleasure [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 29 September 1939
For My Own Pleasure By Sam Fogg With a noggin of grog before me, I sat the other evening in a local beer emporium in company with that eternal sophomore, Bart Hanley, who entered Kent as a freshman in the year of the great blizzard. By dint of some scholarly endeavor, he advanced to sophomore standing and- at that point his progress halted. Season after season has gone by, time has marched on, hut Hanley has remained an oldish Peter Pan, as a sophomore at Kent. * * * We sat in silence as he solemnly drank beer from his moustache cup. At last the grey sage spoke: * * * "Samuel, my boy, you've been about this school for quite a spell. Five ,years ago this fall, (it was my thirteenth semester as a sophomore), you came here, a fizz-chinned stripling, clamouring for an education." I nodded agreement. He continued. * * * "It's come to my attention lately that the young ones are mistaking you for the janitor. It's been hinted that you'll be recognized as an extra-curricular activity in the...
First Fraternity Hay-Ride Planned by Delta Phi Sigma [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 29 September 1939
First Fraternity Hay-Ride Planned by Delta Phi Sigma Excluding football players, about 30 Delta Phi Sigma fraternity men and their dates will ride on wagon loads of hay to the Glencrest hotel tonight. The ride which will begin at 7 p. m. will stop at the Stafford Lake hotel long enough for the couples to have refreshments and dance. Bert Davidian, Paul Hazen and Leonard Opiel are making plans for the affair. Dr. and Mrs. Oscar H. Williams, Prof, and Mrs. A. C. Poe, Prof, and Mrs. G. Harry Wright and Prof, and Mrs. E. Turner Stump will chaperone the affair. Because of football regulations which require players to be in bed long before the curfew tolls, about 10 Delts will have to stay at home. Kent Co-eds Show Fashions Campus fashions for college girls will be displayed at the Kent theatre tonight when several Kent State university students will present a style show. The fashion show will be sponsored by Wright's Department store and will feature clothes for all occasions. Pat Fuller...