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Vicariously Speaking [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 January 1940
Vicariously Speaking By Earl Vacariu Some one told me that to be a popular man about the campus all you had to have was a lot of crust . . . methinks that if you are crusty it is a sign that you are not well-bred ... but then you can still be half-baked and have a lot of dough so you don't have to loaf ... some guys are big enough to be a double-loaf and that's no bargain. Carousing around in Akron, I ran across a theBer that was showing a dubble bill with "Fast and Furious" —"These Glamour Girls" on the marquee . . , maybe a se- quel for that would be "Little Accident" —"Quick Millions" . . . teddible, eh wot! I finally ended up at the flikker palace that was showing "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" cause I like football pictures. Word reaches my ear that Dave Flynn has given up playing the organ because his monkey died . . . Margie Minor is against fellas shooting craps because she believes they have as much, right as anyone else to live . . . Maizie Pumphandle, who lives on Slot Mac...
The Other Side [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 January 1940
The Other Side BY JAY WENGETT THERE has not been a whole lot of very definite nor very important news of late in our papers concerning developments in this second World war. There hasn't been any startling happenings and the press has been devoting its headlines to other things. We sit over here in great comfort and security and tend, because of our bloodless, tearless far-from-it-all position, not to worry a bit about the whole, mess. Despite the fact that the news we've been getting is the same stale old stuff, despite the fact that all is quiet on the Western front and despite the fact that there has been no action on that front worth the very valuable end of world type on dear oP page one, there is „ fighting. * * * I DON'T know how much fighting but there is some movement there. What does not matter to the newspapers but what does matter to this angel is this: there are men getting killed. Now if 1000 men were bloodily draped over the snow covered shrubbery in France, the newss...
Artists Frolic in Disguise at Masked Ball [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 January 1940
Artists Frolic in Disguise at Masked Ball Running Balboa, Patty Cakes, and New Heel Kicks are New Trends in Higher Socialization r OANCERS HOLD THEIR POSE for a full &gt; four bars before starting next figure. Although i it should be held absolutely still, the dancers can vary this by cocking their heads and making i * faces to rhythrSf. DANCERS TRUCK FORWARD for four counts. On fourth count they assume another silly pose, then back away for four counts, then forward for another four counts, ending in silly pose on fourth count. IN RUNNING BALBOA, torso is in stiff strut position. Step forward 1-2, 1-2-3, last three counts are taken in double time. Partners circle each other, finishing side by side, then strut forward for four counts. IN HEEL BEATING STEP, heels are beat for two counts facing forward, then two counts facing each other, the feet striking between the partner's feet. Then repeat front for two counts, and side for two counts. NOW BACK TO CHILDHOOD for a little p...
some say ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 January 1940
some say ... By Nat Floersheimer "Come on chillun 'yez' dance! "i Last week the Kappa Mu Kappa fraternity had its invitational smokerer for .75 men. The entertainment included a Kay Kyser program with treasure chest and all. Seems that one of the first questions concerned an alarm clock ... and represented "Time on My Hands" . . . from there it went . . . way into the night. * * * The affair started off at the Robin Hood and ended with an informal gathering at the house. Howard Resseger, Bruce Kreighbaum, and Paul Becker were in charge. * * * About the first of February the pledge chapter of the Alpha Omega sorority will sponsor a benefit bridge. Last night however, the 17 girls living at the house had a pajama party. Bonnie Dray made the arrangements. * * * Sunday night the Tri-Sig sorority held the first of its annual winter Sunday night suppers at the house. Betty Ruggles, Peg Suppes, Dorothy Hostettler and Virginia Evans were in charge. Kay Wardman was a guest at the house for t...
Bridge Players To Participate In Tournament [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 January 1940
Bridge Players To Participate In Tournament The Kent* State university Bridge club, headed by Dean John L. Blair, of the college of education, announced today plans for their bridge tournament, open to the entire university, which will begin Thursday, Feb. 1. Played in eight meetings, the tournament will be run on a handI icap basis using duplicate play, which will provide an equal chance for all teams to win. A practice session will be held tomorrow night at 7:30 p. m., to acquaint newcomers to the club in duplicate play. The club meets in the music room of Moulton hall, and the tournament will be played on the first and third Thursdays of February, March, April and May. The entrance fee is 50 cents for each team of two for the entire tournament, and anyone, whether a member of the club or not, is invited.
Freshmen to Write Themes [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 January 1940
Freshmen to Write Themes Test themes will be written in English 160 and English 161 on Thursday and Friday, January 11 and 12. Students who still have incomplete credit in English 161 should join any one of. the classes taking the theme test. The theme must be written in ink, on one side of the paper only, and on paper known and sold as Penmanship paper. Theme must not be less than 250 words in length.
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 January 1940
CALENDAR Thursday, Jan 11 Chestnut Burr junior class pictures, 105K, 4-5 p. m. K-P club winter sports party, university woods, 5-9 p. m. Home Economics club, 115K, 7-9 p. m. Play rehearsal, auditorium, 7-10 p. m. Alpha Phi Beta smoker, fraternity house, 7:30-10:30 p. m. Badminton match, Wills gym, 7:30 p. m. Friday, Jan 12 N. E. O. Debate conference, auditorium, 9 a. m. Student Forum, auditorium, 11 a. m. Social committee meeting, 210 M, 4 p. m. Odako Camp fire, auditorium, 89 p. m. Art club dance, Wills gym, 9-12 p. m. (1). Saturday, Jan 13 Organ lesson, auditorium, 8-9 a. m. Speech department rehearsal, (All Day). Banquet, Methodist church, Wesley foundation, 6 p. m. Basketball game, KSU vs Wittenberg, Wills gym, 8 p. m. Wrestling match at Waynesburg, 9 p. m. Gamma Sigma Phi formal dance, Ravenna Masonic hall, 9-1 a. m. (2). Sunday, Jan. 14 Speech department, auditorium, 1 p. m. Wesley foundation, Methodist church, 6:30 p. m.
Commerce Club To Hear Wilson [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 January 1940
Commerce Club To Hear Wilson Eugene Antonuk, president of the Commerce club of Kent State university, has announced that Robert Wilson, personnel director of the Black and Decker corporation, will speak to members of the club on "Business and the College Graduate" tomorrow afternoon at 4 p.m. in 204 M. Tentative plans for the next field trip through the Picker-X-Ray company and the White Motor corporation of Cleveland will also be discussed.
'Joe' and 'Josie' Go Arty For Masked Ball Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 January 1940
'Joe' and 'Josie' Go Arty For Masked Ball Friday Petty's streamlined telephones . . . Picasso's modern scenes . . . shades of Rockwell Kent . . . they'll all be caricatured at the Art club's Masked ball Friday night. How the artist, architect and sculptor look to those in the "profession" will feature the satirical skit planned for intermission time at the dance. " Kyle Smith's orchestra will play for dancing from 9 to 12 o'clock in Wills gym. Three prizes will be given for the prettiest, most original and the most unusual or the funniest costumes. A1 Kieselbach, social chairman of the Art club is in charge of general arrangements for the dance with John Paulich, Jane Smiley, Lucian Lepkowsky, Jimmy Martin, Jean Altmann and Roma Smith assisting him. Miss Harriet Adams and guest, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Handley and Miss Mary Kathryn Boswell and guest will chaperone.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 January 1940
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Waynesburg Jackets Are Mat Opponents [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 January 1940
Waynesburg Jackets Are Mat Opponents By Clyde Friar Begala Will Use Veteran Lineup For the first time this year Coach Joe Begala will be forced to use his strongest outfit when the Flashes travel out-of-state to meet the tough Waynesburg college team on the Pennsylvanian's home mats Saturday evening. Begala has been using makeshift line-ups this year in order to give sophomores and other new members of the squad a break. Kent Favored Waynesburg's veteran squad may give the Flashes a tussle but it is probable that the Kent interstate and state wrestling champs will be favorites. Joe Aschauer, letterman in the 175-pound class last year, has returned to the squad after three weeks layoff due to an injury. He will probably start at that weight. Begala to Use Vets In attempting to put his strongest team together, Begala is planning to use Jack Wilbur, veteran 121-pounder, in the featherweight slot; Len Weisenberg, sophomore star, in the 128-pound division; and Len Tiger Pomeroy, co-capta...
Lew DeWeese forced To Rang Up Gloves [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 January 1940
Lew DeWeese forced To Rang Up Gloves Lewis DeWeese, popular, sandy - haired heavy - weight fighter of Kent State, and winner of the state American Legion heavyweight title last year will be forced to hang up his gloves because of an internal injury, it was disclosed early this week. De Weese was last seen in action in the recent Courier-Tribune charity boxing show in Wills gym. Suffering at that time from the injury, he nevertheless entered the ring against Gene Finks and dropped a close decision. After the fight, DeWeese submitted to an examination by Dr. Elizabeth Leggett, university physician, and was immediately advised to give up his ring activity. The popular Kent State boxer represented this district in the National A. A. U. championship tournnment held in San Francisco last year and was defeated on a freak decision.
Intramurals [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 January 1940
Intramurals Inti'amural sports schedules for the remainder of the year were outlined recently at a meeting of the Intramural Athletic council. The council is composed of representatives from each fraternity, directed by G. J. Altmann, intramural director. Members of the council are Les Morato, George Buzelencia, Charles Kasik, Robert Potts, Vincent Boorom and Bill Swallow. All fraternity intramural tournaments will be played in "round robin" contests, while most of the independent meets will be elimination contests. Interfraternity basketball is played every Thursday at 7 p. m. Handball is to be played on Fridays at 4 p. m. beginning January 12. Table tennis tournament will not start until January 31 and will be played every Wednesday at 4 p. m. The gym meet will be held Wednesday, February 28, at 7:30 p. m. and the swimming meet will be held Wednesday, March 6, at 7:30 P.. m. An elimination wrestling tournament is scheduled for March 12, 13, and 14. Separate tournaments will be hel...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 January 1940
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