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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 January 1940
Advertise in the Kent Stater Cash Special Low Price Cleaning DRY CLEANED AND PRESSED DRESSES (Plain] LADIES COATS (Without Fur) SUITS OVERCOATS . . . other articles priced in proportion. Prices include pick-up and delivery. We are the only persons in Kent licensed by the State of Ohio to operate a dry cleaning plant. Imperial Dry Cleaning Company Kent's Oldest, Largest and Best Dry Cleaning Establishment Office 113 N. Water St. Dial 4452 50c
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
The Kent Stater SYPHILIS —Jay Wengett dons a white cloak today and with scalpel in hand tells us about syphilis. WEATHER—Light snow and colder today; fair and cold tonight and tomorrow. Yesterday's high 19, low 11. Volume XV, Number 43 z 568 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Wednesday, January 17, 1940 Whole Number, 617 The Kent Stater Kent State University, Kent, Ohio The KENT STATER is published three times a weeK, Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the regular university yejkx and weefcly during the summer term. Publication suspended during vacations. Entered as second class matter, October 111, 192", at the Poifc Office at Kent, Ohio, under the act of 18TO. .Printed by P. B. Bonsall Printing Co., &gt;l3B E. Main St., Kent.Ohlo. The Kent Stater is a member of the Associated Collegiate Pr&amp;ss and OoUegiate Digest. Reprosented by National Advertising Service, Inc., 430 Madison ave., Kew Subscription Price $2.75 Per Tear Jask Watts (Phone 4325) Editor-in-Chief J...
New Faces on Campus [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
New Faces on Campus Dr. R. E. Holcombe, left, frohi Wisconsin, has been appointed new speech instructor at Kent State. A former professor at Oklahoma university, Dr. Holcombe will enlarge the speech department staff to five members. Samuel Bookatz has replaced E. L. Novotny during his illness. Bookatz has become known as an outstanding Cleveland painter. Several of his pictures are now on exhibit in the university art gallery.
Bill Tapper Got an Idea So the Duchess Came to Kent [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
Bill Tapper Got an Idea So the Duchess Came to Kent By taking the advice three years ago of his best' friend, William Tapper, 23-year-old Kent State university student from Akron, became the founder of Kent's humor magazine, Kampus Daze, now know as the Duchess. Tapper, who booked dance orchestras after he graduated from high school at Akron West, m was inspired by Hal Zeiger, former orchestra leader, and* business manager of the Red Cat, Western Reserve university's humor magazine. Kent State's young magazine founder had always been interested in law practice and commerce, but his interests in creative works and becoming the brainchild of things of interest, was strong enough to sway him into spending his time in promotion and advertising work. During 1936-37, Tapper edited the magazine as a private enterprise, through the permission of Dr. J. O. Etogleman, former president of Kent State, and the school acted as an approval board. Still having the interest of law at heart, at that ...
Should Sign for Teaching [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
Should Sign for Teaching Notice to senior education students. Ail 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 1 to 3 and submit copies of their schedule to the training school office at the earliest possible date. High school teachers should report to the training school office as soon as schedules are available and receive their assignment in student teaching before completing their trial programs. I A. L. Heer
Lovell Fires Shot At Law Disregard In Public Forum [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
Lovell Fires Shot At Law Disregard In Public Forum "Citizens of Kent as well as the entire nation have a deliberate disregard for authority," Mayor Alf C. Lovell said last night before students, university faculty members, and townspeople, at the first public forum of the college year sponsored by the university forum committee. City Solicitor Frank J. Dangler, Jr., said that commuters from Akron will save time over Route 261 if the proposal for the elimination of curves within the city is completed. Other officials on the platform, who were asked to state their problems and troubles were Auditor Francis Kerwin, and Welfare Director Elizabeth Foust. If sufficient interest is shown and practical support given by the audiences these public forums will continue throughout the college year. Another school semester is almost in the past, But my gratefulness to University students will outlast Many more. And now, for those oncoming fraternity dances Of the Gammas and Phi Beta Phi's, how's...
Muskingum Hands Golden Flashes Third Straight Loss 60-46; Wayne Griffith Stars [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
Muskingum Hands Golden Flashes Third Straight Loss 60-46; Wayne Griffith Stars By Mickey Dover Special to the Kent Stater NEW CONCORD, OHIO, JAN 16—Muskingum college scored its sixth straight Ohio Conference victory by defeating Kent State's Golden Flashes 60-46 here tonight at the Muskie gym. ~ ' i From the time that Everett of Muskingum opened the scoring with a long shot, the Muskies were never headed, holding a 30-22 half-time advantage. The Flashes only once came near making the contest really exciting, when they cut their half-time deficit to six points on field goals by Griffith, Andreas and Gulgin. Muskies End Threat The Muskies soon ended the threat however by scoring four successive long shots. Nearly all of the conference leader's points were scored on shots made from the distant regions of the floor. It was the unusually accurate shooting of the entire Muskie team which was the deciding factor in handing Kent its third straight defeat. Kent's Wayne Griffith came out of h...
Theatre Comedy To be Postponed Until January 31 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
Theatre Comedy To be Postponed Until January 31 Prof. E. Turner Stump, head of the speech department, announced today that "Beggars On Horseback," University theatre production, will be presented January 31, February 1 and 2 instead of January 17, 18, and 19 as originally scheduled. Crowded conditions in the auditorium, which held up rehearsals, made the change accessary, Professor Stump said. Since the new date will fall on the opening of the new semester, registration cards will not be available and there will be no pre-dis-tribution of tickets. However, students may obtain their tickets from the speech office on presentation of their fee cards. Tickets distributed on Wednesday, Jan. 1, will only be good for that evening's performance and the same plan will apply to the following two days of the show.
Hinman Warns Students About Parking Rules [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
Hinman Warns Students About Parking Rules Failure of students to observe parking and other traffic regulations on the campus, have been particularly noticeable since the Christmas holidays. A large number of traffic tickets have been given to violators, according to the traffic officers, but few of the recipients of the these notices have reported, as is requested on the tickets. According to D. R. Hinman, all parking and traffic regulations are still in force. Violators will be fined, and those not responding to traffic tickets will be looked up. This process often takes a little time, but in cases where the violator does not call at the office when requested to report, the fine will be doubled. Students are not allowed to park cars on the campus, with the exception of the area provided in back of Moulton hall, and on one side of the new driveway in the rear of the buildings. There are certain restricted areas on the new driveway, also, such as on the one way drive between Merrill ...
Council Considers Proposed Calendar [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
Council Considers Proposed Calendar Thanksgiving vacation was the only part of the proposed calendar for the year 1940-41 to which Student council objected when the matter was discussed last Monday. As the calender is planned, scheol will be dismissed two weeks Christ- mas and five days Easter but only on the holiday at Thanksgiving. Classes would be held on the Friday and Saturday that follows. There should be only two weeks of vacation during the school year, due to rules of the association of universities, but a spring vacation would be given in spite of the fact that the two weeks are scheduled for Christmas. For that reason, there could be no Thanksgiving recess. Louis Cardinal was elected vicepresident of Student council, replacing Woody Barkett who graduates in February. Vince McDevitt was elected representative to the Student-Faculty relations committee. Bob Cook reported on the progress of a SUB drive. Investigations of his committee showed that it is not probable that Kent...
Honor System Assembly Topic [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
Honor System Assembly Topic Further discussion of the honor system will be held at the Cardinal Key sponsored student assembly, this afternoon ,at 1 o'clock in the university auditorium. Featuring the same speakers that spoke on the last open forum last Friday afternoon, the forum is intended to give more time for questioning from the floor, according to Jean Ulmer, president of Cardinal Key.
Not Here, Please [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
Not Here, Please "pREEDOM of speech, a constitutional right in -all America, is certainly not discouraged here atf Kent State, but, surely, more suitable places than the halls of the university may be found in which to exercise this right. The subject of congregating in the halls, blocking the passages, has been brought to the attention of the student body before, and it is again brought up in the hope that students may come to realize just what a bad habit this is. Whether the subject under consideration is the European situation or a date for the next sorority or fraternity dance, the halls are no place to gather and deliver opinions.—HE —K—
Attention lee Skaters [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
Attention lee Skaters WITH the arrival of ideal weather for winter sports, ice-skating enthusiasts are raising the question of having a skating rink on the campus. Their argument is that outside of the time and inconvenience involved in going out to Brady, Twin, or Silver Lakes, there remains also the fact that these places may be unsafe. In addition, there is the question of transportation and expense. In the past, an attempt has been made to provide a skating rink by flooding the tennis courts at the rear of Wills gym. This was hardly successful. This year it is suggested to bank the athletic field with dirt and straw, and flood it to the thickness of three or four inches. Lights could easily be provided, and Kent State would have an ideal skating rink, with plenty of fun for all. This might be possible with the cooperation of the students, but it would mean that everyone who was interested would have to help in this work. If the idea appeals to you, ice skaters, let the Stater he...
Nine Lives [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
Nine Lives CAT has nine lives." This sentence has been repeated by individuals for many years as if to imply the meager chances man has for success in comparison to a cat. He uses this as an excuse for his failure to make each day of his life count. Many books glorify the life story of persons who are born with some physical handicap. For instance, the biography of* Joseph Pulitzer, editor and owner of THE WORLD, makes the reader appreciate the great things a man may derive from this earth even when he is struck with blindness at the height of ambition and success. A cat may be lucky in that it has nine lives, but man is blessed with the opportunity for man, many lives. He has the choice each day of his life in beginning a new existence or continuing in that which he may feel contented.—CP
My Daze [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
My Daze by Berta Kernen "My-candle burns at both ends," It'll probably burn all night; If I don't get through cramming soon, I'll be an awful sight! AND as semester's end creeps on with steady pace comes midnight oil burning, comes exams, comes headaches, comes heartaches, comes grades, goes student . . . home. Brady sitters fidget mournfully in their stalls and drift sadly off to the library which brims with harried looking individuals adding fictitious bibliographies to term papers; coeds smirk and ask pointless questions in last , minute attempts to shine the apple;, Greeks pore industriously through fraternity files for copies of carefully preserved old tests; people recite imposing lists of All The Things They Have To Do to disinterested audiences; dates sigh profoundly and mutter chemical formulae into your ear; even college athletes manage to stay awake in classes occasionally and take a few labored notes. So what ,with having torn my hair from the horror of it all, I decide ...
Random Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
Random Notices by Vacariu The wintry winds toying with Lynn Miller's skirt - - - a symphony for the eyes . . . Wanda Griffiths - - - every freshman's dream and easily a Petty gal . . . Margot Mueller - - - a sensation in a skirt . . . Elaine Evan's ... a menace to normal breathing . . . Mary Ellen Hayes . . . suaveness personified . . . Jane Doak - - - "Darn That Dream" ... Fritzie Koole - - - artist deluxe ... a friend at Kent is a guy that has the same enemies as you have . . . about the ony thing our Flas'hes got last night, besides getting their pants knocked off, was a good bus ride.