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Vicariously Speaking [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
Vicariously Speaking By Earl Vacariu People A1 Kieselbach and Max Johnson enthusiastically hustling Artist's Masked Ball tickets . . . Walter Wolfe and date running out of gas on New Year's eve without having a hose handy . . . Ozzie Estochin up and around again . . . Bud Le Chaix as my nomination for Carp club prexy having been hooked twice . . . Jack Boyd in a tussle with a Mount Union lad over Warren Gerber's home-town Jane . . . such complications! . . . Jack Legget and Shirley Cannon doing the rounds a week ago . . . sounds like Cannon helped Jack greet 1940 with a "bang" . . . the sophisticated loveliness of Patty Lore . . . interceptions in the mail - - greeting from D. S. of Cleveland college to Marty Jo Rose . . . Ollie Laughlin's new cookie-duster . ~ . Aggie Bowles with three guys on the string . . . better get a rope, Aggie . . . I'll bet there's a good story behind the mysterious return of that pile of bones with all the people scraped off, Oscar . . . naughty girl of t...
On Campus This Week [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
On Campus This Week Monday, Jan 8 Freshman debate, 210 M, 4-5:30 p. m. Delta Kappa Psi, Smoker and business meeting, 113 Linden road, 7-10 p. m. Tuesday, Jan. 9 YMCA and YWCA skating and sleighing party. Stewart lake, 6 p. m. Wednesday, Jan. 10 Chestnut Burr junior class pictures, 105K, 4-5 p. m. French club, 304 M, 4-5 p. m. University bridge club, Moulton hall, 7:30-10 p. m. Oratorio society, auditorium, 9-10 p. m. Social dancing, Wills gym, 9-10 p. m.
Seese Firing... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
Seese Firing... COMES snow, comes Christmas, comes the newyear and to many a college lassie the thrill of a lifetime . t . a leap year to be enjoyed while in the pomp romantic days of the teens and very early twenties. It is naturally expected that on this celebrated event which occurs but once every four years that the coeds will assume the offensive and stage many a drive within the next 12 months of this 386day year. In obvious contrast to the militant drives in the battlefields over there will be the absence of the defensive, fer from all indications, the men of Kent State seem to welcome this turn of affairs. However there seems to be a question on the lip-tips of all the males . . . will they take advantage and how? Some have even gone so far as to question the authenticity of the feminine practice on leap year. ♦ * » Delving into the history of leap year no definite authority was uncovered that would seem to standup for the ladies.- Leap year was first originated by astronome...
some say ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
some say ... By Nat Floersheimer Though, it's eight days late,&lt; here's hoping that you will have a hafppy New Year and have had a prosperous Christmas. Here's also hoping that the new year looked as bright the morning after as it did that night before. Just back from the New Year's ball in the gym and have come to the conclusion that this year it was rightly named. All previous times sponsors mispelled the word "brawl" when they said "ball." If Mr. Lloyd was there I bet he "tsk-tsked" all night. Although it was a semi-formal dance, few girls were long dresses. In fact there were a few sweater and skirt outfits, sport and tea dresses, dinner dresses and formals. Fellows, with the exception of one or two tuxes were dark suits. Think those girls who dressed for the occasion deserve a pat on the back. It must have taken great will power, to be able to sweep up snow with a dress while wading ankle deep with toeless and heeless slippers and look happy. Semi-formals have been il...
Wintry Weather Causes Illness [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
Wintry Weather Causes Illness The condition of Betty Fuller, injured in an automobile accident last week, is still serious according to reports from St. Thomas hospital in Akron. Leonard Kramel, also injured in the accident, is expected to be released within a few days. Six students were admitted to the university infirmary during the past week. The list includes Catherine Chelovitz, George Davis, Lewis De Weese, Richard Boorom, Anita Totten, and Elsie Hazen.
Lcebrick, Novotny Confined to Homes [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
Lcebrick, Novotny Confined to Homes Dr. K. C. Leebrick, who has been ill for the past week reports that he "isn't any worse and he isn't any better." He will probably return to his office early this week. E. L. Novotny, of the universiey art department, is recovering from pneumonia. Mrs. Novotny reports that his condition has improved and that he will be back in about two weeks.
Men’s Union Opens Silver Anniversary [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
Men’s Union Opens Silver Anniversary Eleven new contests will feature the opening of the men's union silver anniversary. All contests will carry the "trying to find the spirit of Kent" theme and are open to men and women. The contests are not sie regular type sponsored by the union, but are of a special nature and each must deal with some phase of the university. Today marks the opening date and all contest entries must be in by February 1. The contests will feature posters, cartooning, plays, songs, editorials, columns, photography, poems, slogans, sketching, and essays. Men winners will receive points toward activity cups while women will receive special recognition. / . 4 . Prof. E. Turner Stump, Prof. E. Ladislaw Novotny, and Merrick M. Hill have been selected as part of the judging staff. Information may be .obtained from Vincent McDevitt or Harold Serne and all entries must be handed in at the dean of men's office.
Student Pilots Delay Flying [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
Student Pilots Delay Flying Kent State university students enrolled in the Civilian Pilot Training program have completed approximately 126 hours of instruction this week. No solo work has been done as yet by the 30 students from Kent, as only three of the required four Kent instructors have received their new ratings, necessitating the further delay in actual flying for the fourth flight group. To facilitate handling of the 70 Akron and Kent students, the first and third Kent groups under instructors Kenneth Ropp and Ed Coligny have been transferred to Mid-City airport in Hudson. The airplanes used have been 50 horsepower Piper Cubs with the exception of a few flights in the new-type Stinson 105. The ground school work has progressed normally. Thus far, the subject to Civil Air Regulations, History of Flight, and Aerodynamics and the Theory of Flight have been completed. Tests are taken on each phase and a final will be taken, corresponding to university finals.
Three Organizations Offer Scholarships For Women Students [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
Three Organizations Offer Scholarships For Women Students Two loans are available for senior or graduate women at Kent State university coming from the greater Akron area. The AAUW scholarship loan fund will have money available to help some worthy woman student next semester. Applications may be secured from Miss Edna Efisen in 310 K. Faculty Woman's club has a scholarship open to some woman student of any class. There are no geographical restrictions. Applications may be secured from Dr. G-race Sherrer in the English office in Merrill hall.
Cardinal Key Initiates Six Yesterday Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
Cardinal Key Initiates Six Yesterday Afternoon Cardinal Key, women's national honorary fraternity, held a formal initiation for new members, yesterday afternoon, at the home of Dr. Florence Beall. New members are Kay Maloney, Margie Hunt, Jane Rothermund, Martha Jane Thomas, Betty Crampton, and Martha Rufener. They were honored at a dinner given at the Robin Hood later in the evening. Cosmetics', Subject of Talk Guest speaker at the Home Economics club meeting, Thursday night will be Miss Janet de Luna, of the Higbee company. She will discuss cosmetics and their use. The meeting will be from 7:30 until 10 p. m. in 109 K. The executive council will be at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Delta Kappa Psi, business professional fraternity, will hold a smoker and business meeting tonight from 7to 10 p. m. at 113 Linden road. The regular meeting of the fraternity is Wednesday from 4 to 5 p. m.
Artists Plan Masked Ball for Friday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
Artists Plan Masked Ball for Friday Evening Awards for Best Costumes; Smith’s Orchestra to Play Novel caricatures of paintings by famous artists will feature the decorations at the Masked Ball given by the Art club. night, in Wills gym. Kyle Smith's orchestra will play for dancing from 9 to 12 o'clock and the members of the club are planning other entertainment. Ten dollars in prizes will be given for the prettiest, most original, most unusual, or the funniest costume. A1 Kieselbach, social chairman, is general chairman for the dance with John Paulich and Jane Smiley assisting with advertising; Lucian Lepkowski, circulation; Jimmy Martin, decorations; Jean Altmann and Roma Smith, orchestra. Chaperones will be Miss Harriet Adams and guest, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Handley, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Novotny, and Miss Mary Kathrya Boswell and guest.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
Free. . . An Engraved Box of Stationery To You in our display window is a box of engraved stationery which bears the initials of a student at K. S. U.If these are your initials —Bring your Student Activity Ticket and get this box of fine stationery. No charge. It's yours. Come and get it. We engrave Stationery, Playing Cards, Fountain Pens, Pencils, etc. Right here in our store with your name or monogram . . . No waiting. Prices very reasonable. CAMPUS SUPPLY STORE (The Student's Store)
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
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 Mm&amp;m EYES OVER THE CAMPUS Camera "eyes" are blinking on the nation's campuses to record every activity and event of interest and importance to you. Each blink means another graphic picture of college life—and the best of these thousands of photos are brought to you in our Collegiate Digest picture section. Accurately and graphically explained with write&gt;ups that tell the complete story behind each picture, Collegiate Digest's photos give you a true record of campus life today. Follow this college picture parade regularly in The Kent Stater Send your pictures of life and activit tt on our campus to: Collegiate Digest Section, 3 13 Fawkes Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. All photoi used are paid for at regular editorial rates.
Swimmers Training; Open Season With Akron Jan. 17 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
Swimmers Training; Open Season With Akron Jan. 17 Flash Natators Will Meet Wittenberg Lutherans In Conference Meet Here Saturday, Jan. 20 With the first swimming meet of the season only a little over a week away, Coach Ray Novotny's mermen are working out daily in the university pool. Akron university will be here en January 1 7 at 4 p. m. The Flashes will entertain Wittenberg on January 20 at 2 p. m. Observers predict a good team this year, as the five re- turning" lettermen have been reinforced by a host of promising sophomores from last year's strong frosh outfit. Kreighbaum is Captain Bruce Kreighbaum, senior free-styler, will captain the 1940 edition of the mermen. Other returning lettermen are: Dale Stewart, junior 220 and 440 freestyler; Don Johnson, senior diver who copped fourth place in the Ohio Conference meet last year; j Jack Ward, junior 50 and 100-yard free-style artist, and Ralph Wands, ace backstroker of last year's squad, who will be unable to compete until the sec...
Kent Five Oppose Akron Wednesday at Goodyear [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
Kent Five Oppose Akron Wednesday at Goodyear Kent's Golden Flashes will hit the road for the first time this season Wednesday night when they meet Akron university's Zippers in Goodyear gym and attempt to give Coach Tom Dowler' cagers their fifth straight set-back. 1 he Rubber City basketeers have had a disastrous season to date, having won two games and losing five. They defeated Ohio Wesleyan and Franklin' while being taken into camp by Scranton, La Salle, Washington State, Penn State, and Ball State. Four of the Zippers starting men are Akron boys. Jack Sullivan at the left forward post is small, standing only five feet nine inches. He makes up for his short stature by his speed, being a 10 second man in track. Sullivan is probably Akron's hardest man to guard. Mike Fernella has alternated all season between the center and forward positions. Fernella's six feet one inch covers 220 pounds of a cool-headed player. He is a dangerous man under the basket. Ned Endress has played every...
Intramurals [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 January 1940
Intramurals The Kappa Mu Kappa, Delta Phi Sigma, and the Sigma Tau Gamma fraternities emerged victorious in the first. round of the fraternity league basketball tournament Thursday night. The KMKs chalked up their victory at the expense of the Alpha Phi Betas, winning, 41-31, in a hard-fought battle. The Delts romped to an easy 3823 win over the Kappa Sigs. The Gammas had -no trouble in beating the Phi Beta Phi squad, 25-14. This week's schedule finds the Alpha Phi Betas pitted against the Gammas; Kappa Sigma Chi paired off with the KMKs; and the Phi Beta Phis tackling the Delts.