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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 12 January 1940
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
The Kent Stater ENJOY a chuckle about the guy that sits next to you in class. Read ■"Vicariously Speaking,' page 2. WEATHER—Snow flurries, colder today; fair, colder tomorrow. High yesterday 52; low 34. Volume XV, Number 42 z 568 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Monday, January 15, 1940 Whole Number, 616 The Kent Stater Kent State University, Kent, Ohio The KENT 9EATHR is published three times a wees, Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the regular university year an d weekly during the summer term. Publication suspended during vacations. Entered as second class matter, October 11, 130?, at the Post Office at Kent, Ohio, under the act of 1879. Printed by P. B. Bonstdl Printing Co., &gt;l3B E. Main St., Kent, Ohio. Ihe Kent Stater is a member of the Associated Collegiate Press and Collegiate Digest. Represented by National Advertising Service, Inc., * 420 Mgdison ave.. New Yoric. '' -■ ~ Subscription Price $2.75 Per Year Jafek Watts (Phone 4325) Editor-in-Chief Jd6 Blair, J...
KSU Election Investigation Report Given [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
KSU Election Investigation Report Given Despite difficulties in getting •student cooperation, the committee recently appointed to investigate the last election, late last week submitted to student council and Pres. K. C. Leebrick a list of recommendations for the conduct of future elections. Meeting bi-weekly for the past five weeks, the investigating committee composed of Ernestine Baumgardner, Lamont Burger, Betty Crampton, John Powell and Hal Scerne, were selected to give an unbiased account of the disputes encountered after the last student election. Student council commended the committee on the submitted suggestion that any party found guilty of misusing his activity ticket or violating the rules of the election shall lose the use of his ticket for the remainder of the semester. In a letter to the investigators, Gordon Hostettler, president of student council, stated that the lack of enforcible penalities has been the chief difficulty in the past. He said that student council,...
'Thaoks'- G. H. [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
'Thaoks'- G. H. On behalf of student council, I wish to ,thank the members of the committee for the time and effort 'they contributed in making the investigation.* Student council is carefully considering the report, and\ will make any changes which it seems to warrant. We shall welcome any suggestions which any student has to make. Gordon Hostettler, President, student council
Four Issues [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Four Issues The Kent Stater wiil publish four editions a week instead of three, as at present, starting with the second semester. Permission to increase the number of editions was granted by Dr. K. C. Leebrick, president of the university, on recommendation of the j Committee on Publications, Saturday morning. Under the new plan, which will provide more adequate coverage of news events on the campus, the Kent Stater will be published Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings. The first issue next semester will be Wednesday, Jan. 31.
Movies Shown To Observe Hygiene Day [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Movies Shown To Observe Hygiene Day Social Hygiene day, as designated by the National Association of Social Hygiene, will be observed at the university this Thursday. The purpose of the observance is to combat the spread of social diseases, and the day is observed in schools and communities all over the country. Dr. A. O. Deweese, school physician, is in charge of arrangements here. Moving pictures will be shown in the auditorium each hour of the day, from 9 a. m. till 4 p. m., in order to facilitate student with heavy schedules. The movies will be shown by . the social hygiene class of Prof. A. C. Poe, who has been working in conjunction with Dr. DeWeese to stage the program. The movies will depict how social diseases are Contracted and treated.
'Tis a Woman's Prerogative To Lose He r Belongings [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
'Tis a Woman's Prerogative To Lose He r Belongings Men students are more carefuK of their belongings than women at the university, it was revealed by a survey of articles in the university lost and found department, located on the first floor of Kent hall in the university book store. Nearly all items returned to the department are feminine, in character. There are many purses of all description present, but a conspicuous absence of wallets. Another conclusion drawn from the survey the lost articles is that Kent State university women must be a rugged lot, caring little for rain, snow, or sleet to descend on their unprotected brow. Basis for that statement comes from the observance that umbrellas are far more prevalent than any other article in the department. A myriad of items are on hand, including keys, pens, gloves, sweaters, scarfs, jewelry, and hankies. Some items have been held for more than a year. Students may claim any article by proper indentification.
Holcombe Named New Instructor [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Holcombe Named New Instructor Dr. R. E. Holcombe, of Madison, Wis., was appointed instructor in speech, by the university board of trustees at their regular meeting Saturday. He will assume his duties at the beginning of the second semester. The board also passed approval of salaries for 27 members of the university faculty who have been teaching in the university extension centers at Warren and Canton. The procuring of additional funds for the continuation of WPA projects on the campus was discussed. The heating plant contract was extended to March 1, 1940.
Stater Snaps Students Snackin', Snowing Swingin' [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Stater Snaps Students Snackin', Snowing Swingin' * "Gentleman Jim" Storey from New Joisey regally relaxes on a pile of snow-covered logs, upper left, while he munches a hot-dog at the Kindergarten-primary picnic as Connie Waldo rests that dough-nut long enough to give an admiring glance. At the same party, Helen Walker and Irene Merfield are about ready to yell "Get 'em while they're hot." Upper right shows Carolyn Fretz (most unusual costume), Lynn Miller (most prettiest, Mr Johnson!) and Stew Fern, (screwiest), winners at the art Club's ball Saturday. Ann Armstrong and Geneva Robertson, lower left, show how to wear skis on the wrong place at a snow party last week. , Dick "Padre Tiempo" Firth gives the blessing of another year as Marge Thompson introduced him to Miss 1940, Peg Suppes, and escort.
Grapplers Down Waynesburg; Wittenberg Upsets Starnmen [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Grapplers Down Waynesburg; Wittenberg Upsets Starnmen By George Fleischer Stater Sports Editor Score Three Falls, Three Decisions WAYNESBURG, PA. Jan 13—Kent State university's mat team won its third match of the season here Saturday by defeating- Coach James Miller's Waynesburg college team, 25% -4i/ 2 . It was the Flashes' first out-of-state meet, having defeated the Kent freshmen and Akron university teams at home. Both teams used veteran squads, but Coach Joe Begala's interstate champion wrestlers proved themselves too tough for the Yellow Jackets, winning three matches by decisions while three men pinned their opponents. In an exhibition match Kent's Mike Karash took just four minutes and 46 seconds to pin Brown, in the 165-pound division. Jack Wilber, Kent's 121-pounder, started the regular scheduled meet by pinning Kope with a bar and half-Nelson hold. The match had seven minutes and 12 seconds when Wilber pinned his opponent. The referee andi judges were unable to make a dec...
Lutherans Lead Throughout Game [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Lutherans Lead Throughout Game By Mickey Dover A fast-breaking Wittenberg quintet handed Kent State their fourth setback of the season, 53 to 45, in an Ohio Conference game Saturday night in Wills gym. Sparked by substitute Norm Foster, who scored nine points in the last six minutes of play, and Ed Chatlin, who took top scoring honors with 13 markers, the Lutherans led throughout the game. After trailing 25 to 18 at half time, the Golden Flashes drew within two points of the lead with 10 minutes left to play, Wayne Griffith's field goal, followed by a two-pointer by Joe Price and a foul shot by Dan Gulgin, cut the Wittenberg lead to 37 to 35, but the Lutherans promptly ended the threat by scoring seven points in the next two minutes. The contest was, for the most part, a march from one foul line to the other. Thirty-eight personal fouls were called during the game, 19 on each team. Harold Andreas of Kent, and Bob Redsswig and Dave Albright of Wittenberg, left the game because of per...
City of Kent Holds Forum [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
City of Kent Holds Forum An airing of departmental problems of the city of Kent that promises to disclose some interesting and heretofore unrevealed facts about city government at a forum in the training school auditorium next Tuesday evening at 8 will be an opportunity for students of government, political science and kindred subjects to take part in a program which is a development from the old-time town meetings. Dr. Maurice Baum will be in charge.
Polities Investigated [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Polities Investigated jpURTHER proof that Kent students can accept responsibility and conscientiously work towards the betterment of the university is exhibited in the report of the student committee for investigation of politics on the campus, as printed in today's Stater. The committee's report clearly shows the work put into the gathering of data for recommendations to Student council. All committee members and others who have helped in any manner are to be commended highly.—JW —K—
Cramming [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Cramming Turn Backward, Turn Backward Oh Time in your flight, And help me remember The things I studied last night. days loom before each student as on unsurmountable and forboding evil. Exams are supposed to be written reviews of the semester's work. They may be "tricky" devices for a professor to check on the "native intelligence" of his class. Or, they may be a small test given to satisfy requirements. However, no matter in what shape or form these may be, the student begins to worry about them weeks ahead of time. For this reason, no one can accuse a Kent Stater of not being conscientious about the problems before him. But, though each one does worry about exams, he seldom gets around to doing something about them. Consequently, the night before the exam arrived and he madly tries to "cram" the knowledge of a semester into a night. "Cramming" is practically an American institution, for students here stand stoutly by its virtues. Much can be said for "cramming" where the student ...
About This Time [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
About This Time Right about this time, students begin to tremble. Yes, just about this week, students, will repent for the days they were unprepared for their classes. It has been said, "Worry is a state of mind that exists when nothing can be done to correct a wrong." If students are worrying about finals, this would indicate that nothing can be done. Partially, this is true. We cannot make up entirely foir the days that were lost, but we can make an honest effort to change things in the future.—CP