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All-Student Musical Revue Here in April [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 12 January 1940
All-Student Musical Revue Here in April Production is now underway on an all-university musical revue, "No Time for Classes," to be given April 25 and 26 in the university auditorium. Don Parker, student director of the show, states that spots are open for talented students, who may secure a place in the program by putting a note in his mailbox. A faculty committee, headed by Prof. G. Harry Wright, and includind Kent Kennan, instructor in the music department, and R. E. Manchester, dean of men, is assisting in the production. The script is being written by Don Parker, Bill Guisewite and Stanley Mouse.
'Sweater Swagger' Date Set by Sophomores [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 12 January 1940
'Sweater Swagger' Date Set by Sophomores The sophomore class social program gets under way with the annual "Sweater Swagger" dance planned for Friday, Feb. 2, in Wills gym. The informal dance, in which the sweater plays the important role, will be opened to the entire student body. Several committes under Don Hawley and Ed Boyle are making plans. Class officers have urged that all sbphomores attend an important meeting in the Training school auditorium Tuesday at 4 p. m. Dr. J. E. McGilvrey, president emeritus, celebrated his "I don't know whether it's the seventy-sec-ond or seventy-third" birthday last Monday. He spent the day as usual, working in his office.
Gammas Hosts To Freshmen [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 12 January 1940
Gammas Hosts To Freshmen One of the outstanding events of the Sigma Tau Gamma's social calendar was held last night at the fraternity house on North Lincoln street as a select group of 65 freshmen and unaffiliated men attended the national fraternity's annual invitational smoker. The selected group of aspirant fraternity men were entertained during the evening with movies of the Gamma's activities during the past year. Included in the pictures taken was the traditional football game between the alumni and actives played on the Rockwell field last fall. After the movie presentation, refreshments were served and the men were then entertained with card games and in the recreation room recently built in the basement of the fraternity house.
Engleman Holds Victory Dance [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 12 January 1940
Engleman Holds Victory Dance Engleman hall will celebrate the Wittenberg game Saturday night with an after-game nickelodeon dance in the Moulton hall music room from 9 to 12. Refreshments will be served by a committee consisting of June Snyder and Phyllis Hull. Chaperoning the affair are Dr. and Mrs. Constantine Alexopoulos, Miss Prances Maisch, Miss Catherine Klink and Miss Barbara Menges, head resident ae Ejngleman.
Snowballs To Decorate Greek Formal [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 12 January 1940
Snowballs To Decorate Greek Formal Ushering in the first Greek" affair of the new year, the Gamma Sigma Phi sorority will have its formal dance tomorrow night at the Ravenna Masonic temple. In keeping with present surroundings, 48 couples will dance between man-made snowballs. The theme of the affair will be a sncw scene. Hostesses for the dance will he the pledge chapter. Guests of honor will be the actives. The re ceiving line for the affair will include: Miss Laura Mill, Miss Harriet Adams, Mrs. Eula Kagarice, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Donaghy, and Dean and Mrs. Raymond Manchester. Committee chairmen in charge of all arrangements include: Peggy Fike, social chairman; Eleanor Clark, decorations; and Jafie Stringer, programs. Music for dancing which will continue from 9 to 1 a. m. will be furnished by A1 Robert's orchestra.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 12 January 1940
Romantic? There is always a cozy atmosphere at Shady Lake Log Cabin I^l Mon.-Fri. 6:15-7:00—25 c Matinees Daily 2:00 Continuous Shows Saturday and Sunday SAT. 11:30 P. M., SUN., MON., TUES., JAN. 14-15-16 Mickey Rooney —Lewis Stone And the Hardy Family in Their Bth Hit "Judge Hardy and Son" Color Cartoon "The Mad Maestro." Rubinoff Band Hit WED., THURS.—2 HITS—JAN. 17-18 DEANNA DURBIN "FIRST LOVE" PUUS FAY BAINTER IN "OUR NEIGHBORS THE CARTERS" Viola M. Amon Max Johnson Adele A. Singley 300 Woodard 778 W. Main Engleman Hall
Cagemen Prepared to Do Battle [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 12 January 1940
Cagemen Prepared to Do Battle Here are five of Coach T. W. Stobb's Wittenberg cagers, posed for action just as they will be tomorrow night in Wills gym when they meet Kent State in an Ohio conference game. Top left is Frank Shannon, high-scoring forward ace who has been been declared ineligible for conference play but who has sparked the Lutherans in other games. Cliff Heskett, center, has averaged 14 points per game, and will bear close watching. Dave Albright, top right, is the senior sparkplug of the team, and is a former all-city eager from Akron. Norman Foster, lower left, is another clever forward, while Ed Chatlin, lower right, performs at center.
Matmen Go to Waynesburg Saturday; Meet Kansas State Team Here Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 12 January 1940
Matmen Go to Waynesburg Saturday; Meet Kansas State Team Here Monday Big Six Conference Champions (Expected to Attract Large Crowd Coach Joe Begala's Golden Plash wrestlers will leave Kent to--•Aorrow morning at 9 a. m., to keep their date with the Waynesburg college Jackets. Eleven wrestlers will make the trip, Begala announced, to encounter the veteran Waynesburg squad. The only sure starters are Walt Porowski, heavyweight; Joe Aschauer, 175 lbs.; Jack Wilbur, 121 lbs.; "Tiger" Pomeroy, 136 lbs., and George Papushak, 165 lbs. Representatives in other weights were still undecided at press time. Either Len Weisenberg or Joe Foust will represent Kent in the 128 lb. division, while the starting assignment in the 145 lb. class will depend on the outcome of the George Grahame-Fred Swasey meeting, and the 155 lb. representative depend on a similar meeting between Lynn Sivon and Mike »Karash. Waynesburg has seven veterans from last year's team to pit against the Flashes. Dr. James Miller,...
Kent Loses To Zippers [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 12 January 1940
Kent Loses To Zippers Starnmen Stage Comeback to Turn Near Rout into Close Battle The famed Akron-Kent rivalry was renewed Wednesday night in the Goodyear gym, and Akron won 49-40. But to win, the Zippers had to present their "hottest" team of the year, a team that during the first half counted with 13 of 27 attempts, eight in succession. After falling behind 33 to 14 at half time, the Golden Flashes came back to erase 10 points of a 19 point advantage, by completely outplaying the "warmish" Akronites. Fernella Counts First Fernella, stout Zip center, counted first with a pivot shot which was immediately cancelled when Danny Gulgin popped one in from the foul circle. Ned Endress tossed in one for the blue and gold of Akron and Max Connor followed with a free toss. Endress scored again and Akron was off to what looked like a rout. The half ended with the Akron 19 point lead. A large portion of the second half belonged to Kent State as the Flashes led by Joe Price outscored the Zips 2...
Lutherans Battle Flashes on Saturday [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 12 January 1940
Lutherans Battle Flashes on Saturday Veterans Give Wittenberg Strong Quintet; Holds One Conference Victory Over Marietta College Wittenberg college's Lutheran cage quintet, traditionally strong, and annually powerful in Ohio Conference competition, will bring a veteran team of court performers to do battle with Kent's Golden Flashes tomorrow night. The game is set for Wills gym and starting time is 8 o'clock. To date, the Lutherans of Coach T. W. Stobbs, have confined their activity principally to nonconference foes, making an exten- sive 9-game eastern tour at the season's outset. That junket included such formidable foes as Long Island U., Villanova, and Franklia and Marshall. Finish Second in 1939 The Lutheran's finished second in the conference race last year, closing their season with the enviable record of 17 wins and fire losses. The Flashes were not ©a their schedule last year. Dave Albright, former all-city eager from Akron is the only senior performer on the Lutheran start...