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Conference Heads Meet [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 December 1939
Conference Heads Meet Ray Novotny, swimming coach, and Merle Wagoner, former football- coach, are representing Kent at the Ohio Athletic conference meeting at Otterbein college, in Westerville, today. More than 50 men. representing members of the conference will be present. The main business session will be reconsideration of basketball and football championship plans. Willmington college is seeking admission to the conference and their application will be considered. Football schedules for most of the members will be announced and baseball and tennis schedules will be started.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 December 1939
Jnviting you to a smooth j lace for a good time There's Dancing . . . Dining Route 14 COOLEY'S Streetsboro DANCE with your friends to the latest Victor Recording Music at Shady Lake Log Cabin (Make Reservations for New Year's Eve.) TO Continuous Shows Sat. &amp; Sun. Mon.-Fri. 6:15-7:00 25c MIDNIGHT. . 11:30 P. M.. . SAT. SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY The Great Novel of those stirring days when America was venturing forth to new frontiers Henry Fonda Claudette Colbert "DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK" Marjorie Long Lowry Hall Floyed. Johnson 437 Craln Ave. Doris Steimer Engleman Hall
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 December 1939
We cater to all kinds of Dinner Parties and Dinner Dances. Also facilities for smaller parties. Dial Ravenna 6419 for details. Ravenna, Ohio Visit our Colonial Room this Saturday night. It is .open to the public every Saturday night. Dancing. Sodas, pundaes, sandwiches, etc. Ties Make Fine Christmas Gifts. . . Botany Wrinkle Proof Wool Ties Audibon Game Bird Silk Ties No man has too many Ties. Select one from our stock of hundreds of Ties. | Ty-Best Tally-NoTwill | Silk Ties § | Mohawk and Sport Town I Ties Ray Wells Cathedral Silk Ties Priced 50c to $2.00 (Each Tie Neatly Boxed) KENT,
socially speaking ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 December 1939
socially speaking ... PLAY IS FOUNDATION'S CHRISTMAS FEATURE Wesley Foundation will present the Christmas play, "No Gift in Return" Sunday evening- at 6:30 p. m. in the Methodist church. Frances Haley, freshman, and Beatrice Dimmerling, sophomore, will have the leading parts. Kenneth McKee, will portray the part of the little boy. From 5 until 6 o'clock Sunday in the Methodist church, Miss Ida Sirdefield, music teacher, will present the junior choir of the Methodist church in a special Christmas musial program. A luncheon will be served at 6 o'clock. Tomorrow evening Rev. and Mrs. Walter C. Eyster will open their home at 545 South Lincoln street to those students who are interested in craft work. DOLL COLLECTIONS ON DISPLAY WEDNESDAY The annual doll show sponsored by the YWCA is to be held this year in 115K at 7 p. m., Wednesday, Dec. 13. Various campus organizations are entering dolls they have dressed competing for ribbon awards which are to be given for the prettiest the best cha...
FIFTEENTH*CENTURY THEME OF FACULTY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 December 1939
FIFTEENTH*CENTURY THEME OF FACULTY PARTY The Faculty Women's club will give a 15th century Christmas dii ner party Saturday evening for members of the university faculty. Green and white decorations will be Used and the songs, dinnei and music will serve as a reminder of the 15th century Yule Tide cm toms of England. The theme of the affair will be carried out during the dinner wit its Wassail Bowl in place of cocktails and lighted English puddings. Mrs. Lester H. Munzenmayer is general chairman of the dinne party. Assisting her are Miss Wilma Garnett, program chairman; Mri Charles Sumner, place cards; Mrs. E. C. Stopher, gifts, and Mrs. C. . Alexopoulos, in charge of music for the evening.
ENGLEMAN SPONSORS FIRST INTER-DORM DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 December 1939
ENGLEMAN SPONSORS FIRST INTER-DORM DANCE An inter-dorm dance is being given by Engleman hall for Moultoi and Lowry hall girls and their guests Friday, December 15. Lowry girls are invited from 4 to 5 p. m.; Moulton from 5 to 6. I is to be a radio dance in the lounge where tea will be served. A bridge tournament is to be played the week-end of Friday, De cember 15. It will be a progressive tournament with prizes to be award ed for individual high scores.
"BELL HOP" AND "WAKIKI WHIRL" STAGED TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 December 1939
"BELL HOP" AND "WAKIKI WHIRL" STAGED TOMORROW Opening the dormitory dance season, Moulton and Engleman hall residents will sponsor dances tomorrow night. Under the direction of June Snyder, social chairman, Engleman's "Bell Hop" will carry out the Christmas season with blue and silver bells for decorations. Kyle Smith and his orchestra will play for dancing in the gym from 9to 1 o'clock. Chaperones will be Miss Barbara Menges and guest, Dr. Leonard Bloom and guest, Prof. Clarence A. Slocum and guest, and Mr. and Mrs. E'rnest C. Harvey.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
The Kent Stater Vol. XV, No. 33 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Monday, Dec. 11, 1939 Whole No. 607 THE KENT STATER Kent State University, Kent, Ohio The KENT STATER is published three times a wee It, 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, 19®7, 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 $8.75 Per Year Jack Watts (Phone 4325) .. ......... Editor-in-Chief Joe Blair, Jr. (P'hone 4325) _ .... Business Manager Robert Seese Edition Editor Assistant edition editors: Guss Chigges and Clyde Friar; society editor, Natalie Floershiemer; sports editor, George Fleischer; promotion manag...
Students to Name Leaders [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Students to Name Leaders Student Assembly To Vote by Ballot Assembly-goers tomorrow at 10 a. m. will have an opportunity to select four men and women to comprise the university cheer-leading team. The assembly, sponsored by the student council, will present a group of candidates who were selected at recent tryouts. Each will lead the audience in cheers he will have picked out of a box before the program. Judging of the competition will be made on ballots which will be distributed to the audience prior to the program. The ballots will contain the names of the contestants and the cheers that they will direct. Winners of the competition will make up the team for the year. Head cheerleader will be appointed by the student council. Paul Hazen is in charge of the committee working on the assembly.. He announced that the program will include the university band.
New York Paper Lauds Instructor [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
New York Paper Lauds Instructor Kent Keanun, music instructor, has scored again. In an article published in the Musical Events section of the December 2 issue of ehe New Yorker magazine, notice was made of his music, "Night Soliloquy." The music for flute and strings vas played by the E'astman-Ro-chester Symphony orchestra for Yidtor records. Of the work, the New Yorker says. "Only Mr. Kennan's short work for flute and strings* is presept-day music, and it's a happy introduction to an uncommonly gifted young composer. It's difficult flute operations are managed expertly by Joseph Mariano."
New Erie Manager To Speak Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
New Erie Manager To Speak Tuesday Mr. Paul Johnston, recently appointed general manager of the Erie Railroad company, intends to fulfill his speaking engagement to the Business policies class despite the fact that he will have to come from New York, Monday evening l in order to be here Tuesday. At the time which he accepted the invitation to appear before the class, he was assistant to the vicepresident and was located in Cleveland. He will remain for dinner with the college of business adminstration staff members.
Kent's Traditional Messiah To Be Presented on Sunday [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Kent's Traditional Messiah To Be Presented on Sunday The Messiah is coming! Headed by four outstanding New York soloists, the fourth annual presentation of Handel's oratorio will be given in the j university auditorium Sunday, l December 17, at 3 p. m. assisted by 175 voices, composed of students, faculty, and citizens |of Kent and adjacent communities. Chorus to Sing : C'oreen Wells, soprano: Ellen Repp, contralto; Arthur Bailey, tenor; and Robert Crawford, bass, j stars of the music world, will be featured. Supporting this group of outstanding soloists and the chorus will be the university symphony orchestra, conducted by Roy D. Metcalf. i Miss Wells has proven herself las a real artist time and again. Outstanding in her musical career was the occasion when she appeared as soloist at the 1939 Bach Festival at Bethlehem, Pa., and substituted for the soprano scheduled, who was suddenly taken ill. A I performance under these difficult I circumstances made an immediate , impression on...