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Frosh Vote Class Dues [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Frosh Vote Class Dues Dues of $1 per year were nearly unanimously voted by the freshman class in the meeting held Friday in Wills gym. Dues are payable immediately to the class officers, Dick McG-innis, Peggy Fike, Elizabeth Tucker, or Mickey Dover. It was announced that a monthly financial statement would be published, showing the balance held by the class. An attempt is being made to have the money placed in the hands of B. F. Renkert, business manager of the university. Announcement was also made of the formation of a tutoring system, in which honor students will coach students with deficiencies; free of charge. Only students with dues paid up will be eligible for this service, according to Mickey Dover. Numerous other social activities are being planned, and again only frosh with paid up dues will be allowed to participate. Aj freshman band is being organized, and plans for the election of a freshman queen, to reign at the freshman hop are being formulated.
Campusites [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Campusites La Fe, women's non-sorority social organization on the campus, will meet tonight at 7 p. m. in 115 K. All unaffiliated women are invited to attend. The purpose of La Fe is to provide social life and promote scholarships and athletics among unaffiliated university women. * * * Presentation of several pantomime acts will feature the meeting of the French club Wednesday at 4 p. m. in 314 M. The French club is also making plans for a Christmas party to be held December 21 in the Robin Hood. * * * The Women's HPE' organization will sponsor a life saving demonstration at the pool, tonight from 710 p. m. * * * Chi Pi, men's professional journalism fraternity, with 19 charter members, met Friday for reorganization purposes. Newly elected officers are president, Jack Watts; vice president, Charles Maglione; corresponding secretary, Hube Briers; secretary, Jack Harris; and treasurer, Tom Bates. * * * E. Ladislaw Novotny, professor in the art department has been asked to be a judge ...
Announce Cast For Annual Play [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Announce Cast For Annual Play Professor Stump Selects January 17,18,19 as Dates With university thespians still vieing for several leading roles, Director E. Turner Stump today announced that Mary Ellen Hays, Ellaine Evans and Don Taylor were among those already cast in leading parts for the forthcoming University theatre production, "Beggar on Horseback." According to Director Stump, rehearsals for the second big theatre production of the ! current play season would be- ! gin today despite that several | leads had not been cast, including that of the leading male role, Neil McCrae. The play is | scheduled to be presented on January 17, 18, and 19. Roles Cast , Those men and women already . cast for the play are Mary Ellen Hays as Cynthia Mason, leading feminine; Paul Zellar, as Dr. . Albert Price; Joe Calta and Franr ces Koole characterizing Mr. and [ Mrs. Cadey respectively and their 5 two children, Don Taylor as Horn- . er and Ellaine Evans as Gladys. , Included in the minor role...
Give [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Give /GIVING makes Christmas mean something. It makes the individual feel he is contributing to the spirit of love that should prevail during the holidays. This brotherhood should be emphasized throughout the year, but a special effort should be made now to contribute to a happy Christmas for someone else. Students can contribute much to the welfare of fellow students. If you have something which you think another student would enjoy more than you do, give it to him.—CP —K—
Cheerleaders [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Cheerleaders JT is encouraging; to read that an attempt has been made to choose cheerleaders by trial. A cheerleader should be a responsible person, and this position should be entrusted to men and women who are vitally interested in it. It is true that our cheerleaders must work with little equipment, but if they show the school they have the "stuff," support will be forthcoming.—CP —K— A light in the ladies room above the mirror would be a great improvement to it, and would help milady powder her nose accurately.—CP
Kent Kampustry [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Kent Kampustry By Earl Vacariu PEOPLE PROFESSOR William Taylor running out of gas under the traffic light at the Main-Lincoln intersection ... Lorqne Smith's new corduroy outfit . . . George "Curley-q" Buzulencia and six other guys celebrating Clait Heinlen's birthday seven different ways down at Canton . . . a home-town Julia knitting Herbie McClure a pair of green gloves . . . Irene Hunt falling out of a chair in Speech class and turning on the tears . . . Clyde Friar getting sore because he couldn't get a front-row stool at the Roxy in Cleveland . . . Bill Wagoner swearing off all wcmen - - - he just doesn't understand them . . . who does? . . . Harry. Camp doing a 220 dash hcross campus to evade a fern ... Cloyd Lawrence standing around the library as though he owned the place . . . maybe Cloyd knew Rockwell . . . Chet Kepler expecting twins - - burg to visit soon . . . Jim Blackstock hanging around Phil "Vuginya" Moore Do you like Bill Swallow's Suits? . . . O Kay! * * * THINGS...
Have You Met--- [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Have You Met--- 1.- Paul "Hairless" Heyward ... junior frdm Canton . . . "up in the air" about the new flying course . . . should make a good pilot since he-"flies" off the handle very easily. ": v 5. • - 2. Dick "Sheets" Snow . . . frosh . . . hails from Lorain, gateway to the south/. . • waiter with the water ■. . claims that he can lick anything since his hobby is stamps. 3. Don Hawley ... Newton Falls flash . . . soph . . . never without a smile ... is not an athlete, but come 3 close to his favorite sport, hockey, by playing hookey. 4. Harry "bashful" Camp . . . soph . . . scholar from Warren ... likes women but doesn't trust 'em Disapproves of "faint heart ne'er won fair co-ed." . . . go get him, gals! 5. Peg Stilenbawer . . . frosh ALPHA OMEGA pledge . . . pride of Tallmadge . . . her favorite used to be winter because she liked "Snow." Things seem to be different now. Some fall! 6. Betty Maxwell . . . this frosh is far from her home in Teaneck, N. J. Beautiful black hair . ....
Seese Firing ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Seese Firing ... Were James Bland, composer of "Carry Me Back to Old Virgihny" to put it in words and music for the grads, it "Would probably go-—"Carry me back to old Kent days, There let me live till I wither away and decay; there's where this Kent Stater's heart am longed to stay." That would be the rhythm and sway of the boys and gals of the olden day when men were men and the women were darn glad of it. But time marches on, and with time comes a new regime of rulers and peoples,; in this case professors, l and students, and any comparison of present campus life and that of yore would be prepostorious. ♦ * * According to dairy stores and other "milquetoast" establishments, production and circulation has increased until they can't accommodate the multitude of business while reports from the Cottage and other seasoned hideouts suffer from undernourishment. No longer are the turbid days leaving their stamp, for it has not become the cut and dried/affair of regular routine. No longe...
This Week On Campus [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
This Week On Campus Monday, Dec. 11 &lt; La Fe meeting, 115K, 6:30-8 p.m. Oratorio society, auditorium, 710 p. m. , Women's HPE life saving demonstration, pool, 7:30-9 p. m. Badminton club match, Wills gym, 7:30-10 p. m. Tuesday, Dec. 12 Assembly, student pep rally, auditorium, 10 a. m. Faculty Women's Professional club, Robin Hood, 6 p. m. High School Glee clubs Christmas concert, auditorium, 7-9:30 p. na. Basketball game, Kent vs Wooster, Wills gym, 8 p. m. Wednesday, Dec. 13 Oratorio society, auditorium, 46, 7-10 p. m. French club meeting, 314 M, 4 p. m. Delta Kappa Psi, 312 M, 4 p. m. YWCA Doll show, 115K, 7:3010 p. m. (10:30). Social dancing, Wills gym, 8-10 p. m. (10:30). Thursday, Dec. 14 Oratorio society, auditorium, 46, 7-10 p. m. Home Economics club Christmas dinner, Robin Hood, 6:30 p. m. Psychology club meeting, 111K, 7:30 p. m. K-P club Christmas party, 304 M, and 302 M, 8-10 p. m. Basketball game, Kent vs Ashland, Wills gym, 8 p. m. (Half an hour after). Friday...
Mrs. Olsen to Fete Pan Hels Tonight [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Mrs. Olsen to Fete Pan Hels Tonight Before the regular meeting of the Pan-Hellenic council tonight, Mrs. David Olsen will entertain members at a buffet supper. Plans for the bridge tournament to be held January 5, arid for the annual Pan-Hellenic winter formal at the Masonic Temple in Akron are to be discussed further, according to Martha Jane Thomas, president. i.
PRICE IS INJURED [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
PRICE IS INJURED Joe Price, highly touted var- sity eager, sprained his ankle Saturday and as a result will be out of the basketball games for at least a week according to Dr. Elizabeth Ann Leggett. The accident occurred while Price was carrying an automobile battery. Loss of Price will seriously hamper the Blue and Gold cagers in their tough contests this week according to Coach G. Donald Starn.
Atrium Will Again Play Host To Traditional Christmas Tree [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Atrium Will Again Play Host To Traditional Christmas Tree The atrium will have its Christmas tree. All organizations will be expected to contribute money to help decorate the tree which annually stands in the atrium. The StudentFaculty Social Committee is in, charge. t; It has been done formerly by the faculty under the direction of Miss McCue of the book store, but Pres. K. C. Leebrick believes the responsibility should be given to the students. "■&lt; " The tall, festive tree reaching to the ceiling has become a part of the tradition of Kent State. The committee is headed by Martha Rufener, chairman, with Tom Bates assisting,'Kv V*. ' 5 l
Summit Women Plan Festivities [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Summit Women Plan Festivities The women of Summit hall are planning a Christmas program for their parents and friends for Sunday evening, Dec. 17, at 6:30 o'clock. The festivities will take place in the candle-lit reception room of Summit hall A, and the » program will include the, singing of Christmas carols, the story of the Nativity, and recitations.
Talk on Dolls as a Hobby, Awarding of Prizes To Climax Annual YW Doll Show Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Talk on Dolls as a Hobby, Awarding of Prizes To Climax Annual YW Doll Show Wednesday The YWCA's annual doll show will reach its climax Wed-, nesday night from 7 to 10 o'clock in room 115K when final judging and awarding of prizes is made, according to Virginia Andes, president. Before judging gets under way, Mrs. J. G. Osborne of Kent will talk on the subject of dolls from the hobby standpoint. Dolls entered in the contest will receive consideration in one of the following classifications: for the prettiest, best character doll, best foreign doll, and the best baby doll. All organizations on the campus have been asked to enter dolls, and a large collection is expected. In addition to a collection which will be displayed by Mrs. Osborne, other collections that have been seen on display in the atrium or will shown Wednesday are owned Ir Miss Helen Machan, Mrs. E. W Crecraft, and Mrs. J. L.. Blair. In addition to dolls entered by organizations and individual, toys and clothing wil be s...
Infirmary [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Infirmary The first serious illness of the semester broke out last week when three students were admitted to the hospital with pneumonia. Wayne Sonner and Richard Hill, both of the same address, and Robert Beuck were the victims. Completing the infirmary list are: Stella Solack, Lillian Antonelli, Mary Krichbaum, William Horbaly, Hal Shade, Waymon Toll, and Albert Zukas. Sent home because of illness during the past week were Carolyn E'asterbrook, Youngstown; Evelyn Haushalter, Akron; and Wilbur Holgate, Cuyahoga Falls.
Delta Kappa Psi Plans Field Trip [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Delta Kappa Psi Plans Field Trip Delta Kappa Psi, national professional Business Administration fraternity, is planning a field trip to the Quaker Oats company and the Goodyear plant in the near future. Under the leadership of Don Scullion, president, this fraternity, which was organized last year, is, making itself know on the campus. Membership includes 16 students and two members of the faculty, Prof. Clarence A. Slocum and Prof. Harold R. Nissley. Other officers are Kenneth Adolph, vice president, Jay McKinley, secretary, Richard Redmond, treasurer, Lamont Burger, master of rituals. Student directories are on sale this morning at 9 o'clock and will be on sale every day in the Atrium. These directories sell for 25 cents and contain classification, home, and Kent address of each student. The sale is sponsored by Blue Key, national men's honorary fraternity.