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Engleman Host To Dorm Women [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 December 1939
Engleman Host To Dorm Women Inaugurating a new campus custom, Engleman hall women will entertain freshmen women from Moulton and Lowry halls and their guests this afternoon with an in-ter-dorm tea dance. Punch and cookies will be served /in the Engleman lounge from 4 p. m. to 6 p. m. where a color scheme in blue and silver has been carried out. Lowry will be entertained from 4 to 5 and Moulton women from 5 to 6. Dancing will be to recordings of popular dance bands. Chaperones will be Miss Barbara Menges, Engleman housemother, Miss Kathryn Klink, Moulton housemother, and Miss Jeanne Parrish, assistant dean of women.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 December 1939
Romantic? There is always a cozy atmosphere at Shady Lake Log Cabin (Make Reservations for New Year's Eve.) 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, sundaes, sandwiches, etc.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 December 1939
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 December 1939
LET'S BE FORMAL % for the holidays! || Up to the minute s&amp; 9 TUXEDOS and TAILS j Rented Complete jf SUN Cleaners and Clothiers BL-5422 84 E. Mill St., Akron When you come bock after PnRGS These special school and college rail tickets, with their liberal extended return limits, are immensely popular with and a great saving to students and teachers. When you're ready to come back after Christmas, buy one and save money. When Spring Holidays come you can use the return coupon to travel home again or use it at close of school. The ticket agent in your own home town or any railroad passenger representative will gladly give you full details regarding return limits, stopover privileges, prices, etc. Be Thrifty and Safe—Travel by Train ASSOCIATED EASTERN RAILROADS ldui BUS l\\ m FORES Bedford, O. ....$ -65 Canton, O. -80 Cleveland, O. -90 Cadiz, O. 2.55 Dennison, O. 1-80 Dover, O. 1.45 East Liverpool, O. 1.60 Elwood City, Pa. __ 1.70 Folansbee, W. Va. 2.45 Girard, O. 1.05 Youngs...
Wrestlers Will Start Saturday Frosh – Varsity In Initial Meet [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 December 1939
Wrestlers Will Start Saturday Frosh - Varsity In Initial Meet A revamped Kent varsity wrestling squad will meet the classy frosh outfit in an intersehool contest at 8:30 p. m. tomorrow in Wills gym. It is the opener of a 12 match campa'gn for the Flashes, winners of the Interstate championship last year. In the 121 pound division, Jack Wilbur, veteran Stow boy, is set to meet Don Sinn or Pete Smith of the frosh. Sinn and Smith are upper classmen but are being loaned for the match. Falcone says that the only match his freshmen might win is the 128 pound match between Duane Hague, Cuyahoga Falls star last year, and Stubby Downs. Mike Slepecky, Rhodes high star, lis conceded an even chance arainst George Graham, state YMCA cliamn as a sophomore last year, in the 136 pound class. In the next weight, Len Tiger Pcmeroy seems to have the edge ivp" A lex Pope, Akron Garfield athlete. In the 155 pound bracket,' Bill Palmer, little-known sophomore faoe- Fred Brigeman, another Falls youth. Mik...
Ashauer Hurt In Wrestling [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 December 1939
Ashauer Hurt In Wrestling Joe Ashauer, 175-pound varsity, wrestler has a cracked collar bone and will not be able to wrestle until January. Ashauer was injured during Wednesday practice while wrestling with Coach Joe Begala. The bone is only slightly cracked and not serious enough to keep him out for the entire season. During the eliminations for starting posts Saturday against the freshmen, Fred Swasey, 145-pound-er was bumped, and will not wrestle. Bill Palmer, promising sophomore, will oppose the frosh 145-pound representative. Pictures of the Duchess staff for the Chestnut Burr will be taken Monday at 4 p. m. in the Duchess office.
Intramurals [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 December 1939
Intramurals Teams No. 2, 3, 6, 8, were winners in the first week of competition. Sam Campian and Jim Myers were high men for the first week, with a "high" roll average of 183 and 171 respectively. Bill Bosworth was appointed league secretary. League Standings W L Team 2 1 9 Team 3 1 9 Team 6 1 0 Team 8 1 0 Team 1 0 1 Team 4 Q 1 Team 5 0 1 Team 7 0 1
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 December 1939
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
The Kent Stater Weather Fair, warmer today; cloudy tomorrow, followed by occasional light rain. Student Plea: Whoever has Oscar, please keep him warm! Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Monday December 18, 1939 ' Whole Number, 610 Volume XV, Number 36 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 sumimer 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, liic 420 Madison ave., New York. Subscription Price # — $2.75 Per Year Jack Watts (Phone 4325) Editor-in-Chief Joe Blair, Jr. (Phone 4325) Business Manager Robert Seese Edition Edjtor Busin...
Varsity Grapplers Flop Freshmen, 29-3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Varsity Grapplers Flop Freshmen, 29-3 Kent's varsity grapplers began the 1939-40 mat season Saturday night in Wills gym by ; , trouncing the Kent frosh team 29-3. This is the first of 12 matches scheduled for the Flashes this year. Duane Hague, Cuyahoga Falls star last year, came through for the frosh, beating Millard "Stubby" Downs in a 128-pound match for the only freshman points. In the first match of the card, Pete Smith, senior loaned to the frosh, forced veteran Jack Wilber, ace 121-pounder of the varsity into an overtime period before losing. George Grahame, state YMCA champ last year, had a tough battle with Mike Slepecky, Cleveland Rhodes youth, but won a close decision in one of the best matches of the program. In the 145 pound class, co-cap-tain Leonard Pomeroy waited until 8 minutes 39 seconds^of his match with Bernard Wilson, Medina frosh before he pinned his opponent. Fred Swasey, Ravenna letterman last year, won easily . over. Fred Brigeman, Cuyahoga Falls. joe Begala...
Trustees Promote Faculty Members; Pass Assessments [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Trustees Promote Faculty Members; Pass Assessments Several faculty promotions and a fee assessment was passed at the meeting of the university board of trustees Saturday. Because of the illness of President K. C. Leebrick, they met at his home on East Main street. Approval of the contract for the master control equipment for the heating plant was passed first, followed by the acceptance of the resignation of John C. Kunert, superintendent of grounds, effective the last of this month. Kunert has served for 18 V 2 years. Dr. Kenneth L. Kelley was promoted to associate professor of biology, Harlan M. Hungerford was named assistant professor in English, Joe Begala promoted to assistant professor of health and physical education, Dr. Edna R. Lotz given the title of associate professor of education and pyschology, and Dr. Foster Brooks was promoted to assistant professor in. mathematics.
University Students Revive Old Time Carol Singing [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
University Students Revive Old Time Carol Singing Six groups of university students toured the city of Kent last night singing Christmas carols at the homes of the faculty. Aided by a police escort, the carollers started at the home of President and Mrs. K. C. Leebrick, on Main street, then each group toured a section of the city. After the faculty had been serenaded, the groups returned to the intersection of East Main and Lincoln streets, where they disbanded. This is the first time in the history of the university that* all of the campus organizations have met to form such a large group of carollers. The arrangements were made by presidents of the various organizations represented by Peg Suppes, Richard Firth, Paul Gloss, Virginia Andes, John Maurer, and Charles Cooley.
Mysterious Reeking Odor Brands English Office, Themes as ‘Stinko’ [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Mysterious Reeking Odor Brands English Office, Themes as ‘Stinko’ Something smells in the English office. It can't be any of the professors and it is not likely that it is the themes written by little freshmen, but it is quite definitely something. The good professors in the English office have practically torn the place apart in their thorough, vain efforts to find the nostril-of-fending bit of something. They have emptied every desk drawer and carefully, desperately looked behind each book and in the book rack. The odor lingers still. Popular opinion lays the cause of the smell to some sad little mouse who partook not wisely, but too well, of a poisoned bit of cheese and, sickening, dragged his weakening carcass into the English office and there was painfully wafted into the Great Beyond. If soon the members of the English department don't find the exact spot where the wee rondent's soul left his body for the long trek to mouse heaven, it seems fitting and probable that they will ...
Group Tryouts Tonight to Decide Funfest Acts [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Group Tryouts Tonight to Decide Funfest Acts Greeks Limited to Four Places on Final Program Elimination tryouts for the popular Funfest sponsored annually by the men's union will be held in the university auditorium at 7 tonight as 13 campus organizations compete for limited spots on the program to be held tomorrow at 8:30 p. m. With the selected skits will be /run several fill-in acts of comedy and music. Seeking to give more popular representa- tion, the judges have been in-&lt; structed by President K. C. Leebrick to pick two sororities, two fraternities, and as many other groups as is necessary to fill out the program. Tryouts Tonight Judges for tonight's tryouts will be Prof. G. Harry Wright, Don Scullion, and Prof. Mary Boswell. They will pick the contestants to appear with the acts of Stanley Mouse and William Guisewite, Clair Biassella, Bob Orpin, Pearl Rongone, Harold Thwaite, George Campbell and Dave Fymv and a quartet led by Raul Critz. Dean Mary L. Smallwood, Mrs...
Lost, Strayed or Stolen—Placid Oscar Vanishes and Where Nobody Knows [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Lost, Strayed or Stolen—Placid Oscar Vanishes and Where Nobody Knows In the dear, dead days and daze of sophomoretude, when the world seemed young and fresh; and ever, beautiful, I used to go twice a week to Doc DeWeese's HPE 268 and be taught how babies were born, just why, and what took place inside the rather intricate thing called the human body, at this trying time. During these sessions, Doc. illustrated his very interesting lectures by reference to Oscar, a perhaps woebegone collection of neatly labeled bones, which hung with his memories of other, better times, in a little cupboard in 109 Merrill. "Now this isn't exactly a female skeleton," Doc. used to admit, "but it's pretty nearly the same, and if, you'll just use your imaginations a bit, you'll be able to see what I mean . . So Oscar suffered silently the indignities of being used as an example. of how looks the female form devine after death has watonly removed the padding which makes beauty. He said nothing just dangle...