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Council Elects Seese Delegate [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
Council Elects Seese Delegate Bob Seese, sophomore Student PKUncil member, was unanimously elected last Monday as Kent State's delegate to the national five-day convention of the American Student federation to be held at the I University of Minnesota during Ihristmas vacation. A meeting of the student-faculty relations committee was held last wight to discuss reallocation of the student activity fees, as it has been believed that some organizations are entitled to a larger share while others should be cut Students have long wondered Sow their fees are spent. From approximately $21,500 this semester, they have been apportioned as folklaws: The Chestnut Buir receives one dollar per person registered in addition to 4y 2 % of the remaining money, totaling approximately $8,400. Art club % 1% or $ 200 Varsity athletics 32% or .$6OOO Intramural athletics ; &gt; 5%% or $lOOO Kent Stater 17'%% or. $3300 Entertainment committee 14%% or $2700 Men's union and $ 700 Women's league 7% or ...
Box Score [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
Box Score Wooster G F Pts Hole, a f 15 7 Gernect, f 2 2 6 Grenert, c 5 3 13 Mack, g 4 3 11 Smith, g 10 2 Simmonds, £Ol.l Totals 13 14 40 Kent G F Pts Griffith, f 4 3 11 Gulgin, f 4 0 8 Andreas, c 2 15 Connor, g 12 4 Helmick, g 1 0 2 Price, f 2 2 6 Kilbourne, c 0 1 1 Decker, c 0 0 0 Feduniak, g 0 0 0 Totals 14 9 37
Laurence Judd To Speak Here [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
Laurence Judd To Speak Here Laurence Judd, former governor of Hawaii, will address students in college of business administration tomorrow at 3 p. m. in the auditorium. Judd, who is, at present, executive vice-president of the advertising firm of Bowman, Deute, Cumming, Inc., hr San Franciscd, was governor of Hawaii from 1929 to 1935. He also served as president of the senate of Hawaii, and his home is in Honolulu. All students and faculty members have been invited to attend by Arden L. Allyn, dean of the college I of business administration.
Absence of La Chaix Felt As Team Drops Close One [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
Absence of La Chaix Felt As Team Drops Close One Kent's inexperienced Flashes dropped a 40-3 7 decision to the powerful Wooster Scots last night when a late rally fell short. Over 2,000 riotous fans packed Wills gym expecting to. see action and they were not disappointed. Kent played last night without the services of Nick Pandelis, sophomore forward, and Bud La Chaix, veteran sharp- ft away to a 25-16 lead early in the second stanza. The large gathering of Kent fans cheered as Griffith got hot and rang up seven out of the next nine Kent tallies, cutting the Scot lead to 30-27 with 10 minutes to go. Gulgin and Connor made it 33-31 with buckets and Griffith tossed in another foul to chop the margin to one point with eight minutes to go. But that was the end of that uprising as Grenert and his mates pulled away to a 40-33 advantage with four minutes remaining. Buckets by Griffith and Gulgin could not overcome that lead and the Hole-coached Wooster team held firmly to their three point...
The Other Side WHAT, NO FRATERNITIES? [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
The Other Side WHAT, NO FRATERNITIES? Editor's note: The opinions expressed in this column are those of the columnist and do not necessarily represent the policies of the Kent Stater. The Stater accepts no responsibility for j them. TN a certain work-book in a certain course there is a section devoted to the questioning of the student on his reactions to our mores, whether or not he should drink or partake of the weed (have yuh tried a Lucky lately, ok horse?), what he thinks of the sex life of a promiscuous clam, his views on the occasional blunt-instrumenting of professors and his impressions gleaned from his associations with fraternities, ! fraternity life and fraternity men. * * * The last part is entirely superfluous. I have heard it whispered in divers dark alleys hereabouts that there are fraternities on this campus; I think I must have had a sadly misinformed informant. There are, I shall loftily grant you, "fraternities" here—- - - - but fraternities? No. I'd not be greatl...
Today's Editorial WHERE'S THE SUB? [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
Today's Editorial WHERE'S THE SUB? WHAT has happened to the Student Union building drive? It is working under a quiet cover, or has the thing just been dropped and forgotten? The last we heard of it, it was supposedly well under way with several thousand dollars to its credit. It has been stated time and time again that only through the continued efforts of students, can the Student Union building become a reality on the Kent State campus. The freshmen have heard very little about this drive except from upper classmen. The reason fo,r this is that it hasn't been discussed nor brought to light. If they are working on it, a report to the student body every now and then wouldn't do any harm. If they have dropped it, or shelved it and are forgetting it, leaving it under a cover of dust, then why not make an explanation A Student Union building would be the center of activity on the campus . . . and every day the leaders of the drive hesitate, it means another day before the drive will b...
Postscripts PICKS ALL-AMERICAN [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
Postscripts PICKS ALL-AMERICAN NOW since the football season has been put away in moth balls and every drug store quarterback has picked his All-American team the time comes for me to stick my probiscus into the mess and emerge with my selections for an All-American team. Left E'nd —Tall Virginia Vutech - - - she made a catch of Gerberich's pass a year ago and still has it. / Left Tackle —Continent Dona Johnson - - - the neatest tackle of the year performed on Jack Mosher. Left Guard —Flaxen haired Flossie Webb - - a very brilliant exhibition of guarding she's done on , Patterson. Center— Vicci Konkel---the way she has the unattached male Interests centered on her she's unanimous. Right Guard—Melliflous Edna Belcher - - - The way she can pull out and go around Gillis's line - - - It's perfect. Right Tackle —Shrewd Betty i I Bowles - - - she bowls the opposition over ... Especially good at taking the center out in an off tackle play. Right End —Curtate Caroline Clawson - - - a certai...
Reader's Views LETTERS TO THE EDITOR... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
Reader's Views LETTERS TO THE EDITOR... Dear Editor, jyjT remark, that each should search 'the Psalms to find the one that seems expressly his own and made in my comments on President Roosevelt's use of Psalm 56, has brought the question ''What's Yours?" My Psalm is 114 in the Protestant Bible and 'M'3 in the Catholic Bible. The marvelous beauty of this ancient song was revealed to me by a French preacher who read it in his sermon on, "Delivre-nous du mal," and its marvelous profundity was revealed to me when I studied Dante's use of it in the Second Canto of his "Purgatorio." Here are 10 of the principal reasons why I like this Psalm. (1) It is historical, being a poetic rendering of the Hebrew Exodus. In such poetry you walk on the good earth and do not float away into fogland on a cloud nor do you coast down through eternity on a sunbeam. (2) It is lyrical. No other poetry is so companionable. (3) It is epical, being part of Dante's epic. Such poetry has a divine dignity. (4) It ...
This Time It's Lowry With Bernie May [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
This Time It's Lowry With Bernie May Winter Carnival furnishes us with a group of pretty maids who donned their latest finery to give us a complete set of what women will wear during the winter season. By the way - - - How ya doin' Mr. Lloyd. Left to right We have Marietta Carlozzi in a black velveteen dress with gold braid trim, a black felt hat with black shoes to match. Vicky Konkel donned in a white angora sweater, rush colored velveteen skirt and white "Alpha Omega" boots. Rita Mehlanbacher in a grey American broadtail fur coat over a purple velvet dress, topped with a purple velvet turban. Accessories include black suede bag. .gloves and shoes. Merry Allen is wearing a plum colored wool dress with full pleated skirt. Black suede shoes trimmed with alligator. Betty Heath looks smart in a black skunk "chubby" jacket. Black velvet dress and turban, black suede bag and shoes with doeskin gloves.
some say ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
some say ... By Nat Floersheimer Although my friends no longer call me "Limpy" . . . they might be interested to know that. I'm in the midst of writing the great "American Novel." to be entitled "How to Climb Stairs with a Peg Leg." Not to change the subject . . . or anything . . . but the Sigma Tau Gammas report that the pool table, in their basement has a new cover, the walls and ceiling of their recreation room, have been refinished and they've turned their lamps upside down so they'll have indirect lighting . . . anyway their house will be open for inspection any time now. While in the basement, it might be timely to mention the Delta Phi Sigma ping pong tournament which is now in tow. Winners for the doubles include, Dean Winsper and Prexy Hazen. Incidently Bob Potts and Ducky are in charge of the contest.
White Tree – Blue Lights Set Stage For Formal [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
White Tree - Blue Lights Set Stage For Formal A white Christmas tree, trimmed with silver and illuminated by a blue spotlight will keynote the decoration of the Lowry hall Christmas dance, Saturday night. • In the east dining hall of Lowry, couples will dance under an artificial ceiling of Silver stars to the music of Bernie May and his orchestra from 9:50 to 1 o'clock. Carol Sayers, social chair-' man of the dormitory is in charge of general arrangements for the affair and has several committees assisting her. Committee heads are: decorations, Jeannette Morgan; flowers, Jane Rothermund; programs. V —— Sue Snyder and orchestra, Evelyn Squires. Chaperones 'for the evening are Mr. and Mrs. G. I). Starn, Dr. Foster Brooks and guest. Mrs. Elizabeth Fellers and Mrs. Beulah Groves.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
Friendo and students, it won't be long Till Christmas chimes ring out their song. And we shall welcome the holiday By giving gifts and thus convey Our feelings for our friends held dear And the spirit of the time of year. A few suggestions I can make— . Red carnations mixed with-brake, Roses, mums, their fragrance share. Holly and berries, and oh. beware! Mistletoe to hang above the way, Pine cone corsages, colored and gay, Clusters of sleigh bells for a coat lapel. These and other things I'll sell. Just phone Terese Green —Dial 4565, - 414 E. Main st. —To please you I'll strive. —adv.
Blue Prints [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
Blue Prints The newspapers of Cleveland and the other large cities within a hundred-mile radius of Kent State university have been gobMing up the news that originates within the realms of th's newsjarome l campus. So far. so good. Then came the Monday issue of the Cleveland Press. According to the Press (and I might inform the students) we are supposed to be in oi:r "beddies" (as the paper calls them) , by 11 o'clock at night. Furthermore we are chanting, "Beddy-bed by eleven, or you'll never get to heaven." Now maybe I am in the dark, hat I have yet to hear the chant, aild aside from a small meeting hack in October, Dean Manchester admits that there has been very i little thought about such a thing, j And even at the meeting it was; Merely a suggestion. But the story caught on - - -' .i from lip to lip until many were even believing the farce. Which, when you think about it, is a tough thing to comprehend. We believe that very few students go night-owling to any great extent. Furth...
Ups'a Daisy But Who Shot It? [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 December 1939
Ups'a Daisy But Who Shot It? Up and in but who shot it? With a half-dozen potential scorers leaping basketward this photo is unique in the fact that it was snapped with five players off the floor all appearing as if they shot the ball. The picture was snapped urfder the Kent State basket during the second half of the Kent-Bluffton game which the Starnmen won 63-22. Left—Prof. A. Clarence Smith, of the university department of journalism, who was one of the speakers at the University Men's club meeting Monday evening at the Robin Hood. George Betts, graduate assistant in the departmen also spoke on the general topic of propaganda and freedom of the press. Professor Smith is actively engaged in laying plans for the Third Annual Short Course in News Photography. Joe Begala, above, and Carm. Falcone, whose forces meet as frosh wrestle the varsity.