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Vicariously Speaking [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Vicariously Speaking By Earl Vacariu PEOPLE ALPHA OMEGA Prexy Margie Hunt with 14 campuses . . . Tom Bates wearing loud socks to keep his feet awake . . . how about a loud hat, Tom? . . . Winnie Eyre recognizing a friend at Summit county jail . . . Jack Irish says that it's so cold in his room that he sits on the front porch to keep warm . . . what does it mean when Max Conner rubs his face at the basketball games? ... let us in on the code, Weimer ... Peg Suppes' domestic look with her knitting ... wonder if Durant's lecture had anything to do with it ... incidently, overheard one of the professor's remark that Will Durant's lecture reminded him of Sally Rand with a dictionary . . . Marx Brothers - - - "Hank" Latorraca and Jim Buzulencia . . . Edith Groeger and her new fur coat . . . Bill "Grover" Whalen doing the "lone-wolf" act . . . Les Morato still stßuggles with Elizabeth - - - or is it the other way around . . . Helen Little tearing her leg apart in skiing axident. THINGS How...
Should Sign for Teaching [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Should Sign for Teaching Notice to senior education students All students who expect to do student teaching before September 1940 and have not registered for same, should do so at the Training school office at once. All elementary teachers should reserve the hours of 9 to 11, or Ito 3 and submit copies of their schedule to the training school office at the earliest possible date. High sch»ol teachers should report to the training school office as soon «s schedules are available and receive their assignment in student teaching before completing their' trial programs. A. L. Heer
SOME Seese Firing ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
SOME Seese Firing ... As if to soften the blow of the coming week when professors unloose upon innocent students a barrage of tests such as never heard of before, comes a snow long prayer for by Kent State snowlovers. Ah yes, the thrill of tobogganing down Kent's supposed slide, of dashing through, the snow with wet feet (since golden days of the one-hoss shay are glimmering in the past), and of skimming over the ice . . . not to mention the slumming . . . will be dangling before the eyes of the winterites. 'Tis such a pity that a week of helter-skelter tramming is necessary to fill the vast, empty chamber® of the cerebrum and cerebellum . . . which should have been filled long ago. But . . . that Is happy collitch life and fun in the snow is just a magnificent obsession as are several other things at Kent. Just a little reminder of one obsession came floating in on the snow flakes from a fellow Gwouch ciub member who says: Hi Gwoumbler, Waft up at the library the other day lookiag ...
some say ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
some say ... by Nat Floersheimer. After exams are over, the sophomore class is sponsoring a* Sweater Swagger, which will take place about the second of February. This W?ll be the second annual affair of its kind. Last year, the sophs came through with the idea just when Kent was in the midst of a feud on "Why Can't Men Dress Up." For weeks co-eds saved their dimes in little banks so they could buy nice new angora sweaters. And, believe me they weren't selfish with them either, for at the end of the affair, half of the fellows looked like Christmas trees trimmed with colored wool. Dancers swayed between tombstones. The gymnasium walls were lined with clever epitaphs; and from the ceiling a likeness of "Oscar" was hung, and lowered as an old church bell chimed out midnight. This year the "second year freshmen" plan to have another informal dance, which will be open to all. So hang on to your dimes. Though a bit untimely here it is. $20.05 was collected by the Student-Faculty Social co...
Many Students Ill As Term Closes [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Many Students Ill As Term Closes Because of serious illness which will require a lengthy convalescence, Charles Kimball, junior education student, was ordered to his home in Roscoe, Ohio, late Friday by Dr. A. O. DeWeese. Kimball may be compelled to stay out of school for several months, Dr. DeWeese said. Lawrence Bennet was rushed to St. Thomas hospital in Akron Thursday night for an appendectomy. His condition is reported fair. Leonard Kramel was released from the same hospital last week. Kramel suffered a fractured right arm in an automobile accident which also injured Betty Fuller, who is "doing fine."
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
CALENDAR ;Monday, Jan. 15 Senior class meeting, auditorium, 4-5 p. m. Play rehearsal, auditorium, 7-10 p. m. Wrestling, Kansas State vs KSU, Wills gym, 8 p. m. Tuesday, Jan. 16 Faculty Women's Professional [club, Robin Hood, 6:15 p. m. Play rehearsal, auditorium, 7-10 p. m. Basketball, Muskingum vs Kent, at Muskingum. Wednesday, Jan. 17 HPE Social hygiene day, auditorium, 10-12 a. m., 2-4 p. m. Assembly, auditorium, Cardinal Key, 1 p. m. YWCA meeting, 115K, 7-8 p. m. Play rehearsal, auditorium 7-10 p. m. Country dancing, Wills gym, 810 p. m. Thursday, Jan. 18 Student-Faculty social meeting 201 M, 4 p. m. International Relations club NE library, 7:30 p. m. Play rehearsal, auditorium, 7-10 p. m. Delta Phi Sigma smoker, 202 N., Lincoln, 8-10 p. m. Women's Faculty club meeting, Moulton hall, 8 p. m. Basketball game, Ashland vs KSU, there. Friday, Jan. 19 Delta Kappa Psi meeting, 1203 N. Mantua street 7-10 p. m. Play rehearsal, auditorium, 7-10 p. m. Kent State high school basketball gam...
Delegates Reject Plans Submitted at Convention [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Delegates Reject Plans Submitted at Convention [ Fifty-five delegates from eight major colleges and universities rejected Clarence Streit's plan here : Saturday at the North Eastern Ohio Intercollegiate convention of Democracies. After three hours of committee meetings, during which ' various amendments were proposed *to Streit's constitution, and after two hours of pro and con discussion, delegations representing eight different nations voted 5-3 .against Streit's plan. Clarence Streit's proposal is for a federal union of the 15 North Atlantic democracies, which would be similar to the system of government set up in , the United States. The primary reason for rejection of the proposal was because if the plan should be used as a policy of' expedience or put into action in the near future, it would be too impracticable to adopt. Kent State university represented Australia with John Powell, Milan Frase, Ernestine Baumgardner, Marjorie Jacot, and John Riekey as delegates. Other schools...
Sophomore Class Sponsors Display [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Sophomore Class Sponsors Display Sophomore home economics food classes are sponsoring a display of tableware, glassware, china, silver, and linen. The exhibit will be in the department dining room today.. An invitation is extended to all those interested in viewing the display. The classes have also been divided into groups and are now serving a series of dinners in the home economics' dining room. The dinners are served in family, English, and formal style. The final class will be devoted to a buffet meal for the entire class.
Student Forum Called Success [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Student Forum Called Success Viewed as a definite success by the committee in charge, the first open student forum was held last Friday in the university auditori-t urn. The topic discussed was the honor system. Following the forum, students filled out questionnaires concerning their beliefs about the system. Of the 435 students concerned, some 214 opposed the system, 147 favored it, and 47 were undecided. One hundred and thirty-five students suggested various topics for future forums with a further discussion of the 'honor system placing first among the suggestions. Only 38 students, as compared to 368, stated that they did not understand the honor system any better as a result of the forum.
Fifth Alumni Banquet Held [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Fifth Alumni Banquet Held The fifth in a series of informal alumni banquets was held in connection with the 20th anniversary of Men's union Thursday, Jan. 'll at Hotel Antlers in Lorain, Ohio. Plans were laid for the organization of an active alumni asso-, ciation in Lorain. The Men's union was represented by Harold Serne, junior scholar, Robert Stalzer and Jack Wohlford, of the sophomore sub committee, and Harold Thwaite.
KENYON OMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
KENYON OMMENTS ■ Kent State's Golden Flash basketball team is the hottest thing in the university, since back a few years to Roy Pinyon and company. By this statement I mean from the point of the spectator. I do not mean they have an excellent ball rclub, because they don't, nor would any coach pattern a club after the Flashes. But some inspiration has been influencing the team. They don't play good ball, they play winning half, and there is a difference in the types. Most of their scores are derived from the changing of possession of the ball in quick order, with ,an unorthodox shot following, that by some act of the gods slips through the meshes. By this I am not inferring luck. I do not mean that the Kent boys are lucky to win games, but that they do win them in unorthodox fashion. This is clearly depicted when you stop to think that Kent does their best playing (adding machine style) when the game is at its highest ebb. When the heat is on, so to speak. When the other team gets ...
Will They Mar Kent's Record? [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Will They Mar Kent's Record? These three lettermen form the nucleus of the powerful Kansas State college wrestling squad which meets the Flashes tonight. All of them are Missouri Valley A.A.U. champions in their respective weights. Farland Fansher, ace 121-pounder of the Wildcats, has been a regular for three years on the team which last year beat Oklahoma university, victors over Kent. Leon Red Reynard, 175-pound star is captain of the team. He has won the Big Six title in hisdivision for the last two years. Glenn Duncan, wrestles in the 145-pound class. . . . Farland Fansher ♦ * • . Glenn Duncan . . . Leon Reynard * • *
Kansas Wildcats Here Tonight [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Kansas Wildcats Here Tonight Big Six Champs Bring Veteran Team for Match Kent's varsity grapplers will face their toughest opposition of the season tonight when the Kansas State college matmen stop off at Wills gym to engage the Flashes. , The Kansas State squad is making an extended tour of the East, meeting the best teams in the section. Friday night they met Franklin and Marshall college and Saturday night wrestled Lehigh university. After the&lt; Kent meet, they will continue to Illinois university. Lehigh and Franklin and Marshall finished second and third respectfully in the national collegiate tournament last year. The Wildcats will have a veteran team ready to face the Flashes. Nine lettermen returned from the team that won the Big Six conference crown last year. Several members of the team won titles in the Missouri Valley AAU championships last year. In the first match of the evening Jack Wilber, veteran Kent 121-pounder faces Farland Fansher, three-year man on the...