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Week-end Dances Draw Large Crowd [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Week-end Dances Draw Large Crowd With little blue and silver bells swinging above their heads more than 140 couples at the Engleman "Christmas Bell Hop" swayed to the music of Kyle Smith and his orchestra. Several graduates, former residents of Engleman, returned for the dance. .A few hundred feet away, in Moulton hall, the Waikiki Whirl was in progress with 65 couples dancing to the music of Bill Factor and his Akron orchestra. The dance, staged in a setting of palm trees and a little grass shack, was acclaimed by the dancers.
Some Say [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Some Say By Nat Floersheimer Although the pledge season isn't in particular force now, bids have really been flying around. Tonight at the Beta Gamma house there will be installation services for Ora Franklin, Margie Brown, Kay Gallucci, June Davidson,, Jeannette Shimek, Marjorie White, Helen Myers, Jo Ann Hacha, and Nellie Nalle. ivfore about new pledges but a different sorority. The Phi Kappa Sigmas have Carol Gil crest, Jane Lee and Janet Day in their group, and Beatrice Shutleff and Jean Grant, are now Theta Sigma Upsilons. Last week, the Gammas showed motion pictures of the football game between actives and alumni. Although I didn't see them Ive heard scores of comments on what a thrill it was to see, "triple-threat-Williams" tear down the field for his touchdowns . . . anyway ... it ended with a tie score. Yesterday the Delta Phi Sigma Mother's club entertained at the fraternity house. From 2 to 5:30, mothers, fathers and dates of the men were there. Irving Waterbury sang, as ...
Wooster Mentor, Stars [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Wooster Mentor, Stars Another father-son combination will face Kent Tuesday when Coach E. M. Hole comes to town with his Wooster Scots and starts son Gilbert at a forward pest. The starting quintet for ; Wooster will be composed entirely of veterans, lettermen from last year's Ohio Conference championship team, which won 19 games of 21 starts. The third man here is Dick Gernert, junior, another veteran star. MOLE COACH MOLE &lt;9. ?.£//£■. e-*~
BOX SCORE [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
BOX SCORE KENT Griffiths, f 7 3 17 Price, f 3 4 10 Andreas, c 3 17 Connor, g 5 1 11 Helmick, g 10 2 Paneelis, f 0 0 0 Fedunialt, f 3 0 6 Kilbourne,c 3 0 6 Boyle, g 10 2 Gulg'n, g 10 2 Becker, c 0 0 0 BLUFFTON Holcomb, f 0 0 0 Truax, f 12 4 Reichenbach, c 2 3 7 Yoder, g 1 0 21 Lehman, g 2 0 4 Smoker, f 0 0 0 Crow, f 0 0 0 Summers, c 0 11 King, £ 0 11 R-ansauer, g 0 2 2 Heitz, f 0 11 Referee, Rand, Akron U.; Umpire, Wagner, Mount Union. Interfraternity League Wins Delta Phi Sigma 4 Kappa Sigma Chi 3 Sigma Tau Gamma 2 Kappa Mu Kappa 1 Alpha Phi Beta , 1 Phi Beta Phi 1
Flashes Trounce Beavers 63-22 In Season Opener [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Flashes Trounce Beavers 63-22 In Season Opener Griffith Takes Scoring Honors With 17 Points Scoring with machine-like accuracy, the Golden Flashes trounced a weak Bluffeon team, 63-22, in a non-conference tilt that marked the initial game of the season,, Friday night in Wills gym. Playing a heads-up defensive game, the Flashes held the Beavers to six field goals, three in each half. The man-for-man defense used by the Starnmen worked without a hitch. Meanwhile, the Flashes scored almost at will, clicking at over a point-and-a-half a minute. Wayne Griffith, high scorer of last season's team, started on the trail of. a new scoring record, ringing up 17 markers before he was ejected on fouls, shortly after the second half began. From the time Griffith scored the first point of the game, a foul shot, it was definitely a one-sided contest. Kent worked up an early lead that it never relinquished, and was on the long end of a 30-9 score at the half. Richenbach took scoring honors for the B...
Men's Union Bowling League Tournaments Will Start Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Men's Union Bowling League Tournaments Will Start Tuesday Competition in the university's new eight-team bowling league will get under way tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. The league is sponsored by the men's union, and bowling will take place each week on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons, from 4 to 6, at the Kent Recreation alleys. W. C. "Pop" Meyers, owner and manager of the Kent Recreation, has donated a trophy to be given to the winning team. Peter Manyo has unanimously been elected chairman of the league. Captains Appointed Following are team captains already appointed and their team numbers: Russ Hawkins, 7; Jim Scherer, 2; Art Lave, 3; Dean Winsper, 4; Fred Prasse, 5; Fred Niedert, 6; Art Smith, 7; Harry Kilby, 8. Schedules Tuesday, Dec. 12 Team 1 vs. Team 3 (alleys 1 and 2). Team 5 vs. Team 4, (alleys 3 and 4). i Wednesday, Dec. 13 Team 2 vs. Team 6, (alleys 1 and 2). Team 7 vs. Team 8, (alleys 3 and 4). These matches all start at 4 o'clock.
Starnmen Set For Scots, Ohio Conference Champs [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Starnmen Set For Scots, Ohio Conference Champs Wooster Team Composed Entirely Of Veterans With the season's opene,r safely tucked away, the Flashes will get little rest before the battle tomorrow night with the tough Wooster Scots, perennially one of Ohio's top teams. The Flashes looked very im-® pressive Friday evening as they won over the weak Bluffton five but Wooster will not be weak. Last year the Scotties won the Ohio conference championship, winning 17 consecutive conference starts. Scots are Veterans The Wooster «utfit will be composed entirely of veterans. Five returning lettermen from last year's team, winners of 19 games in 21 starts, will form the nucleus of the 1939-40 squad. The lettermen are: Dick Gernert, junior, Frank Gernert, 6 foot 4 inch center; Gilbert Pudge Hole, son of the mentor of the Wooster team, forward; John Mack, senior co-cap-tain; and Cliff Smith, senior guard co-captain. These five boys will probably start the Kent game. However, James Blackwoqd, Jam...
Red Cross Instructor Will Give Lecture and Demonstration Today [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
Red Cross Instructor Will Give Lecture and Demonstration Today Ray Green, American Red Cross Life Saving instructor, will gave a lecture and demonstration in smallcraft, its safety and use, in the university swimming pool from 7:30 to 9 this evening. He will demonstrate canoe rescues and novelty canoeing, and answer questions on two chapters of the life saving test. Persons expecting to take the Red Cross instructor's course for life savers are particularly urged to attend. The lecture will, however, be open to all interested.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 11 December 1939
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
The Kent Stater Two Sections Christmas Ad Edition Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Wednesday, Dec. 13, 1939 *o^*l/ Whole Number, 608 Volume XV, Number 34 z 568 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. Bonsai! Printing Co.. 138 E. Main St., K^nt.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 53.75 Per Year Jack Watts (Phone 4325) . Editor-in-Chief Joe Blair, Jr. (Phone 4325) ; Business Manager Robert Kenyon Edition Editor Business staff: Assistant Business Managers: Mark Treat, Peter Manyo; Advertising Assistants...
CHRISTMAS [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
CHRISTMAS Then ... and Now /CHRISTMAS, years ago, it seems Was crammed with Christmas spirit. Pop corn balls, the candled tree With stockings hung up near it. i * * * Lanes were filled with dashing sleighs With jingle bells upon 'em. Folks were happy, folks were gay Oh, folks were folks, doggone 'em! * * * THESE times, things are .much the same; We hail the "Yule Tide - - - cheer it. But drive Fords instead ot sleighs And drink our Christmas spirit, t * if * 5 . . . j We like a stocking mantle-hung - - - We like it more each minute; But, better still, I think we like A well-made leg within it. €ai*toon by Jaccaud —Poem by Leggett
Wooster Scots Nose Out Flashes, 40-37 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
Wooster Scots Nose Out Flashes, 40-37 Cooley's 547 Votes Win Large Cheerleader Poll Rousing the audience that only partially filled the auditorial yesterday morning 12 university students cavorted across the stage, leading cheers in competition for the eight positions to be awarded on the cheerleading squad. Charles Cooley, senior, put the crowd on their feet, then drew a hearty cheer from them. They not only cheered, but i awarded him with a spot on the squad by giving him the most votes polled. Receiving 547 1 votes, Cooley was followed in I the poll by Rosemary Ohliger, with 466 votes. In order, Ralph Braden, Wayne Seroy. Audrienne Van Hyning, Betty Line, Jessie Wilcox, and Joe Michaels were voted to the cheerleading positions. Student council representative Paul Hazen was in charge of the election, the first of its kind to be offered to the students. The university band, led by student dicertors played between cheers and during the singing of the Alma Mater. Each contestant was ...