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Do Justice [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Do Justice 'J'HE ideal college classroom is one to which both students and professors bring their full resourcefulness and an individual, distinctive contribution. That is, a meeting which each is trying, conscientiously, to make stimulating, interesting, and productive in an educational sense. This point was recently brought forcefully to the attention of a class here at Kent. The theory behind the argument "smacked" of good sense. For some of the students it served as a "happy awakening" as to why they are in college. The students were told that "it was not their duty to merely attend classes and take everything in without question, but to doubt, inquire, wonder, investigate, and most important of all —to contribute. When students are entrusted with an assignment' or recitation, they are under obligation to their classmates to "do justice" to the assignment, so that full benefit is derived from it." The nature of a professor's or instructor's job, alone, implies that he, too, is u...
Music Appreciated [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Music Appreciated gTUDENTS enjoy the Messiah. Each year its popularity grows. Through the cooperation of the glee clubs, the orchestra and the soloists, Kent State students, faculty and their friends are entertained in the spirit of Christmas. Yesterday's performance seemed a fitting introduction to the advent of Christmas. The audience responded in a gracious manner as it listened to the voices of the soloists. The hours the music department devotes to this musical program are well spent. The students, faculty and townspeople wish to express their appreciation to all that participated. —CP
CAMPUS DABBLER [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
CAMPUS DABBLER By Earl Vacariu PEOPLE Bill Lloyd, erstwhile authority on fashion and hair-dress for women, swallowed his ideas the other night when in the company of Rita Allendorf, who sported a pretty white set of knee-length stockings and had her hair up in the anti-Lloyd style . . . since Lloyd has started to date from the ALPHA OMEGA clan they've turned to wearing boots . . . could it be??? . . . frosh prexy "one round" Dover engaging in a bit of fisticuffs with a Warren lad after the b. b. game . . . Mickey's real name is Clarence . . . Ruthie Abbeglan's bruised nose is as mysterious as Marty Thomas' injured toe . . . Verne Steiner's new name is "porky" . . . personal to Betty H. - - - read Emily Post's angle on breaking dates . . . overheard some of the fellas saying that Rose Fetterly's hands are the nicest . . . certainly "White" of Elizabeth to treat our Hugh Brown so well - - - lotsa color there . . . Liberty Kloss, a gal from Akron, certainly runs up a phone bill calling...
Have You Met ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Have You Met ... 1. Dick "Wolf" Woodward . . . small-town boy from Cuyahoga Falls that is making good in a big way . . . soph . . . quiet type - - - the kind you have to watch . . . claims to be best hitch-hiker in these h'yar parts. . 2. Polly Hoff . . . junior from Litchfield, famed ground-hog town of the east . . . hates to be called "Pauline" . . . her favorite sport is skating, at which she cuts a mean figure in more ways than one. 3. Frank "Brick" McCarthy . . . lanky frosh from Cleveland . . . ivory-tickler of the first tusk and has established himself as No. 1 swing pianist on campus . . . has written swell tune that should go places. 4. Virginia Saker . . . Warren's contribution to the sophomore class . . . Brady-sitter deluxe . . . black hair and big rolling eyes takes the cake . . . fellas wait in line for a date with this dark beauty. 5. Millard Downs . . . better known as "Stubby" . . . junior and claims Euclid as his home town . . . you'll see him do plenty of wrestlin...
Seese Firing.. „ [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Seese Firing.. „ TO the shoplifter it's only five more days till Christmas but to the undernourished "ed" and coed at Kent State, it means five more days before the ravaging wolf hounds of the university relinquish their saber-toothed hold. Yes, they will be going home to taste mother's highly satisfying home cooking ... for a few days at least, there will be no wringing of stomachs, no cases of constipation . . . in fact, a complete rest for the peristaltic . . . for mother's food is palatable, especially after forcing down the handout's so common at the majority of Kent "hash-houses." * * * Is itjany wonder it has been surmised that one out of every 10 students is now cooking for himself or with a group on a cooperative basis? According to a recent student questioning, it wasjlearned that although the percentage of home-cooking among the men was higher than among women students, numerous coeds were taking their turn at a burnt turnip here and ' there. * * * Among several of the do...
Choir, Actors to Entertain AAUW at Yule tide Party [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Choir, Actors to Entertain AAUW at Yule tide Party Tea and Social Hour To Follow Program Christmas music by the university choir and a pageant by speech students, will feature the Christmas party of the American Association of University Women today at 8 p. m. in Moulton hall. Prof. E. Turner Stump will Road." The choir is under the will appear again at the general* assembly, Friday. Featured numbers on the choir's portion of the program will be, "Holly and the Ivy," "Fum! Fum! Fum!" and "Born today." Following the program there will be tea and a social hour. Mrs. E'. H. Pake is the chairman of the committee in charge of the meeting. She is assisted by Mrs. B. F. Renkert, Mrs. Donald Anthony, Miss Gertrude Lawrence, Miss Pearl Phillips, Miss Bertha Whitton, Miss Florence Sublette, Miss Ethel Foster, Miss Bertha Nixson, and Miss Isabelle Hazen. 1 present a play, "Dust of the direction of Bruce Handley and
Future Ministers To Hear Eyster [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Future Ministers To Hear Eyster Ministerial association of Kent State, composed of a group of students preparing for the ministry, meets tomorrow at 4 p. m. in 302 M. The recently organized association will hear Rev. Walter C. Eyster speak on "The Challenge of the Christian Ministry." Officers include Robert DeNass, president; Noel Rapp, vice-president; and Bill Forbes, secretary.
To the Students [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
To the Students For the past three weeks the investigating committee has been devoting several hours of its time, during the week, to listening to a few individuals testify concerning the last election. We wish to thank these few for their cooperation. However, we have been limited in the scope of our activity because of the lack of cooperation on the part of the other members of the student body. The committee feels that those who wished to see such an investigation conducted, have failed to fully cooperate. If this investigation is to be of any value in the conduct of future elections, we must have the support of each and every member of the student body; particularly those individuals who have any complaint to make about the last election. Signed: Ernestine Baumgardner, Lamont Burger, Betty Crampton, John Powell, Hal Serne.
Professor to Play Host to Students [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Professor to Play Host to Students Given annually by Prof. G. Harry Wright of the speech department, and Mrs. Wright, at their home, 922 Crain avenue, another Christmas party will be held Wednesday night from 7:30 to 11:30 for all students who have performed in theatre productions. Freshmen are being included and also students who have assisted in production work.
On Campus This Week [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
On Campus This Week Monday, Dec. 18 Pi Kappa Sigma Christmas party, 213 South Willow street, 710 p. m. (10:30), Gamma Sigma Phi Christmas party, 516 East Summit street, 7:309:30 p. m. Men's Union Funfest try-outs, Auditorium, 8 p. m. AAUW Christmas meeting Moulton hall, 8 p. m. Basketball game, Kent vs, Bald-win-Wallace, Wills gym, S p. m. Tuesday, Dec. 19 t Men's Union funfest, Auditorium, 8 p. m. (half-hour after). Badminton club match, gym, 810 p. m. Wednesday, Dec. 20 Delta Kappa Psi meeting, 312 M, 4-5 p. m. Oratorio society, Auditorium, 710 p. m. YWCA meeting, 115K, 7-8 p. m. Theatre party, home of Prof. G. Harry Wright, 7:30-11 p. m. (half an hour after). Industrial Arts club, pool, 8-9 p. m. Basketball game, Kent vs. Ohio Wesleyan, Wills gym, 8 p. m. La Fe Christmas party, 332 College Ave. 8:30-10:15 p. m. (10:30). Thursday, Dec. 21 Stater staff Christmas party, 112 M and 111 M 4-6 p. m. French club dinner, Robin Hood, 6:30-9:30 p. m. International Relations club, NE Library...
some say ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
some say ... By Nat Floersheimer Christmas parties are in the air, and there are plenty of them. Friday night the Kappa Mu Kappas will have theirs. It will be up to the pledges to get house decorations. The party, incidently, will be stag. The Kappa Sigma Chis are celebrating tomorrow night, at a house party for their fraternity and dates. Chaperones for the affair will in- . elude Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starrett. Herbert Shaffer, social chairman, is in charge of arrangements. Yesterday the Beta Gammas saluted St. Nick at a party from 5 to 7 p. m. Guests included actives and pledges with Virginia Vutech in charge of arrangements. Mrs. David Olsen, advisor for the Panhellenic association, Mrs. Robert Katzenmeyer, president of the alumnae, Dorothy Ruggles, president of the active chapter and Miss Mona Fletcher, sorority advisor, will be guests at the Sigma Sigma Sigma Christmas dinner to be held tonight at the sorority house. Thursday, they'll again celebrate at an informal party at the...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Time Is Money. . . Get a Haircut or Wave between classes at the convenient Colonial Cottage Barber &amp; Beauty Shop Lincoln &amp; Main (next to Campus Supply) Dial 4221 STANDARD Quality Cut-Rate DRUG STORE HOLIDAY SPECIALS For the Co-Ed: Evening-in-Paris Sets $.95 to $5.00 Max Factor Gift Sets : $2.50 to $3.50 Coty's Sets $2.25 to $3.95' For the Boy Friend: Ken Pipes $2.50 Gillette Electric Razor $lO.OO to $13.00
Flashes Seek Third Win Against B-W [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Flashes Seek Third Win Against B-W Eight Lettermen Return To Help Yellow Jackets Kent's Golden Flashes will face a veteran Baldwin-Wal-lace five tonight in their third tough game within a week. The Flashes are shooting for their third victory in four starts. They will meet probably one of the finest teams in the court history of Baldwin-Wal-' lace for Coach Eddie Finnegan, former Ail-American star at Western Reserve, has eight returning lettermen ready to do battle against the Flashes. Watts, Shertzer Back Wade Watts and Bob Shertzer, highly-touted B-W athletes are back for their third season of campaigning. Both are varsity football players and starred in this year's grid contest between the two universities. Other returning lettermen are Julius Fisher, the only other senior on the squad, Carl Crew, Graham Mower, Don Brediger, Lloyd Fullerton, William Bocora. Outstanding sophomores listed in the eight new members of the outfit are Jack Oberst and Stan Kulwicke, all scholastic stars...
Intramurals [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Intramurals INDEPENDENT LEAGUE Those persons wHo wish to playbasketball in the independent league intramurals and who can form a team, should report to frick Carter at the intramural office before Thursday, Dec. 21. The "intramural basketball season will begin Monday, Jan. 8, and the games will be played on each succeeding Monday evening. Those boys who cannot form a team but wish to play in the independent league should see Nick Carter. He will try to place them. ♦ • • RIFLE CLUB Men interested in becoming members of the Kent State Rifle cltfb are asked to attend a meeting today at 4 p. m. in room 303 M. Bill Blanchard, president of the organization, has asked all present members to be there, stating that future activities of the club will be discussed. The group was recently organized under the direction of Vincent McDevitt. Range practice is held every Monday and Wednesday at 4 p. m. at the Kent rifle range in the Mason building on Lake street.
Fourth Woman Fills Flight Quota [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Fourth Woman Fills Flight Quota The women's quota for the CAA training course was filled today as Betty Bayes, Olmstead Falls sophomore enrolled for instruction. Ten members of the university quota, the largest group in northern Ohio, will begin actual instruction at the Mid-City airport today. Akron airport will also be utilized for the course instructions it was decided when it was realized that one airport would not be sufficient for the large numbers enrolled.
Flash Flickers [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 December 1939
Flash Flickers By George Fleischer Sports Editor Thriller deluxe ... a perfect description for the Flashes game with Ashland. Yells of "Gimme a headgear" or "Maxie's got the ball," mingled with the ohs, aws, cheers and jeers of the crowd made up one really hectic evening. The only thing missing was swooning girls . . . and there probably would have been some if the game had not ended when it did. Danny Gulgin had ample use for a headgear ... in fact he could have used the entire football uniform. In more than one tight spot blondie Max came up with the ball after a fight to the finish scrap with one of the Eagle laddies. Swish, swish, swish, seven of them, one after another, went the double counters of Richcreek, until Maxie settled down to a real job of guarding, after which the Eagle star scored only three points. Remember too ... it was Maxie's last minute foul which really won the game. Nice going Max. Tonight the Flashes will be out for their third win, against a tough Baldwin-...