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Big Six Champs Top Flashes 15-9 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940

Big Six Champs Top Flashes 15-9 Favored Wildcats Have Tough Night Probably the finest wrestling' that Kent fans will see this year was displayed in Wills gym Monday night when the invading Kansas State college Wildcats nosed out the Golden Flash grapplers 15-9 before 2,000 fans.' The veteran Wildcats'were favored before the meet and few expected to see the close battles that continued from start to finish. The matches were so close that the tatal individual scores between the two teams showed by one point difference. First Loss for Squad This was the first loss for Joe Begaia's varsity who had taken the Frosh squad, Akron university and Waynesburg prior to Monday. A new system of announcing individual points was used at the meet. It serves to indicate clearly throughout each match which man is leading. The decision comes from these aggregate totals and not from a referee's decision as many fans believe. In the first match of the evening Farland Fansher of Kansas scored two points in...

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Papushak Match Most Exciting [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940

Papushak Match Most Exciting Probably the most exciting; match of the evening was between George Papushak of Kent and "ancl Porter. The grapplers wrestled on even terms throughout with finally earning a 7-3 decision. The final three points for Kansas came in the 175-pound class when Captain Leon Reynard of the Westerners decisioned Joe Aschauer, Kent, 13-4. Reynard is rated to be cne of the top matmen in the nation in his weight. Walt Porowski, Kent heavyweight, beat Collins in the nightcap 14-3 to make the score 15-9. Collins, light Kansas lad, had beaten the regular heavyweight in trials last week and earned the right to meet Porowski.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Starnmen Travel To Ashland for Conference Game [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940

Starnmen Travel To Ashland for Conference Game Kent's basketball squad will journey to Ashland tomorrow to do battle with the Ashland college Eagles. Playing on their home floor, with hometown backing, the Purple and Gold champions will be out to avenge the hair-raising 37-36 defeat administered them here in their ' previous encounter. Kent fans will undoubtedly remember the brilliant exhibition of marksmanship displayed by Ashland's Jim Richcreek, who threatened early in the game to turn the contest into something of a "blitzgrieg." Facing a tough early-season schedule, the Elagles have won four games while losing three. Ashland will not be lacking in good replacements, with nine of the 11 on their squad being veteran material. This is Coach Frank Lonero's thfrd season as Ashland college basketball mentor. Last year he turned out a team which won 12 of 17 games, losing two to Kent State, an equal number to Wooster, and one to Baldwin-Wallace. Kent will likely open with the same lin...

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Matmen Battle Akron Team [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940

Matmen Battle Akron Team Kent State's mat crew will step out of the realm of college competition Saturday night at 7:15 in Wills gym when they, meet an Akron YMCA team, studded with former high school and college stars. Coach Joe Begala says that contrary to popular opinion, the meet does not size up as a breather at all, but that it will be a real test for his wrestlers. • Two Kent men hold positions on the Akron aggregation. John Mccort, former Kent wrestler, will perform in the 145-pound class, while Bob Casenhiser, a student here now, will probable wrestle for the Y in the 136-pound division.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Kent Swimmers Meet Akron In First Natatorium Contest of this Season [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940

Kent Swimmers Meet Akron In First Natatorium Contest of this Season Coach Ray Novotny's swimming team is rapidly splashing off the rough edges in preparing to meet Akron university's tankmen in the opening meet of the season at the university pool here this afternoon at 4 p. m. Definite starters have not been decided on by Coach Novotny, but he expects to use Jack Smith, Jim Dedinsky, or Tom Kane in the 300yard medley relay. Dale Stewart, Ulric Peters, or Captain Bruce Kreighbaum will probably see action in the 220-yard free style event. Roman Wojno, National AAU winner last year, or Jack Ward will probably get the nod in the 100-yard free-style. Pete Woyar, ineligible this semester, is expected to strengthen the team when he returns at midterm. Last year the Plashes won four out of seven meets.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940
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Source: Kent State University
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 January 1940

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Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 19 January 1940

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 ytfar a nd weekly during the sumimer term. Publication suspended during vacations. Entered as second class matter, October 11, 1837, at the Pogt Office at Kent, Ohio, under the act of 1879. Printed by tt|f P. B. Bonsall Printing Co., I>B E. Main St., Kent, Ohio. The Kent Stater is a member of the Associated Collegiate Fresg and Collegiate Digest. Repr&asated by Rational Advertising Sendee, Inc., <3B Madison eve., Mew York. ■ft; mm i teams ■■ ■ s s i ■ ' - =ss=z Sebserfgtien Price 82.75 per Year m —■■■■ 11 ■■ j 1 11 ' '•••= j|[ck Watts (Phone 4325) Editor-in-Chief Jefe Blair, Jr. (Phone 4325) Business Manager The Kent Stater READ ABOUT Kent's record registration on page 2 in The Jeering Section. ■ - Volume XV, Number 44 z 568 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Friday, January 19, 1940 •WEATHER C...

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Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Four Brothers Represent Each Class With But One Set of Books [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 19 January 1940

Four Brothers Represent Each Class With But One Set of Books By Mickey Dover With final exams and the end of the semester just around the proverbial corner, most college students are already buying their new textbooks for their future courses, hut when a Dowding wants a textbook for a new course he doesn't go to a book-store —he goes to another Dowding, for there are four" enrolled in the university,. - A representative in every class is the Dowding boast, and this is proved true by a glance at the records. Dick, extreme left, is the senior, Tasman, next, the junior, David, the sophomore, while the class of 1943 is represented by Ben, extreme right. With a set-up like this, the boys have "little heed to buy textbooks, especially since three of them are enrolled in the same college. Several' books.{ha.ve beeii used for four yoars, and by a different Dowding each time.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
We Are Trying to Erase These Blemishes [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 19 January 1940

We Are Trying to Erase These Blemishes With the coming exams, and the talk about an honor system Polly Ann Queen and Sam Miller show what the majority of the questionnaire filers meant when they voted "negative" to the student forum's suggesting of the system for Kent State university. They depict the phrase "such a plan is almost urging 'cheating'," that is heard frequently about the campus. Photo by Whalen

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Illness Confines Eight Students [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 19 January 1940

Illness Confines Eight Students The university infirmary reports that eight students were sent home this week because of illness, with only one going to the hospital. The list of students sent home includes Jean Commerford, Ashtabula; Helen Harris, Cuyahoga Palls; Karl Kreuter, Canton; Frederick Holzhauser, Cleveland; Miriam Scott, Twinsburg; Margery Balder, Bedford; EJva Parsons and Aletta Dobbins of Akron. Monday warked the return of Mark Treat, junior class president,

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Entire Class Starts Flight Work; First Woman Student Soon to Solo [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 19 January 1940

Entire Class Starts Flight Work; First Woman Student Soon to Solo Kent's entire quota of 40 students enrolled in the aeronautics course have now begun their flight work it was announced this week by Adrian Van Weyen, director of the program in the university. The fourth flight group started at MidCity airport in Hudson under the instruction of Arthur Stanley. In addition to Donald Dietz, the first Kent student to solo under the plan, Clayton Heinlen, from Cleveland, and Robert Matthews, from McDonald, Ohio, have flown alone. The second flight group, stationed at Akron, have had no solos as yet. An interesting custom has grown up through this particular course; each instructor, upon soloing a student, receives a gift from the student. This is highly satisfactory to the instruceors. The four girls entered in the course are rushing their flying time as much as is possible; each is vieing for the honor of being the first girl to solo.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Let's Try It! [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 19 January 1940

Let's Try It! Although the two student forums have shown that Kent students are not in whole-hearted favor of the honor system, they also have indicated that there should be steps taken to eliminate any cheating that may be going on at the university. Such steps must necessarily be well thought out and any suggested plan must be both practical and practicable. The Kent Stater would like to suggest such a plan, which, at least for the present, can attempt to curb the practices which are going on. It has been up to the individual professor to make decisions regarding cheating in his class. Some professors have failed to make these decisions. Consequently other professors feel that if their colleagues are not flunking stu-* dents for cribbing, there is no occasion fo rthem to do so, either. We recommend that the administration renew its stand against cheating, with suitable punishment for offenders. The matter could be "left in the hands of the discipline committee or a new committee c...

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Thesis Problems Discussed [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 19 January 1940

Thesis Problems Discussed Graduate students met with Dean John L. Blair of the college of education on Tuesday night to discuss thesis problems. Members of the group were advised on how to get thesis topics approved and information about graduate comprehensive examinations.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Ashland Trounces Kent Flashes 53-36 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 19 January 1940

Ashland Trounces Kent Flashes 53-36 By Clyde Friar Eagles Move Ahead of Golden Flashes In Conference Race; Sprague Scores 24 Points ASHLAND, OHIO, Jan 18—Ashland College's mighty Eagles, paced by Bob Sprague, veteran forward who scored 24 points, won their fourth straight game tonight by beating the invading Kent State university quintet 53-36 on the Ashland court. ' It was the fourth straight loss for the Flashes. Akron, Wittenberg, and Muskingum had beaten them in their last three starts. Thrs was the first victory that the Eagles have scored over Kent in tour years. The victory moves Ashland ahead of the Flashes in the Ohio Conference race since the two schools were tied prior to tonight's game. The teams played on even terms for 15 minutes. Kent, led by Wayne Griffith, drew up to 15-1« with five minutes gone in the second quarter but Sprague tossed i* two quick field goals to end that threat and the Eagles were never threatened from that point holding leads ranging from five to ...

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
New Summer Term Features Are Announced [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 19 January 1940

New Summer Term Features Are Announced Educators of national and international prominence, will be among those who conduct classes here during the summer sessions it was announced today by Prof. Fren Musselman, dean of the university'! summer session. Plans for several new summer features also are rapidly being completed. This year's two summer sessions will extend from June 17 te July 26, and from July 29 to August 30. Dr. William Bagley, outstanding educator and editor of "School and Society" will be one of the chief attractions of the coming sessions, as will Dr. James F. Hosic, founder and editor of "Educational Method;" Dr. Joseph Roucek, former Czechoslovakian head of the political science department of Hoftra college.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Language Problem [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 19 January 1940

Language Problem JN the language division of the new catalog, provision is made in the future for students who have had a language in high school to enroll in a beginning course of that same language, and receive a certain amount of credit toward graduation. This has been done to encourage incoming students to include a language in their curriculum. However, that system will create a very serious problem. The students who have not had previous training will enter a so-called "beginner's course" only to find that there are a number of students in the class who already have an extensive knowledge of the language, as the beginning courses in languages given here are often exact replicas of the high school courses. As work progresses, these experienced students will not only advance far too rapidly for the rest of the class, but they will undoubtedly monopolize the high grades. It is true that our enrollment doesn't warrant one class for students who have had experience and another clas...

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Add A Few Names [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 19 January 1940

Add A Few Names j£ENT State may well be proud of its wrestling team. The defeat suffered at the hands of the Kansas State grapplers was a moral victory. It proved the Begala lads can tackle and hold their own against champions. Wrestling is a sport of personal combat. It taxes and measures the strength and strategy of one man against another. Kent State has turned out some fine wrestlers in the past years and this year's team should certainly add a few more names to those of Russ Doan, Carmon Falcone, and others.—CP —K—

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Missing Some Mail? [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 19 January 1940

Missing Some Mail? E ACH man and woman student at the university has been assigned a mail box. Technically these mail boxes are the personal property of the individual student whose name appears on the tag under the box and anything placed in these boxes are, consequently, the personal property of that student. There have been numerous complaints to the effect that letters, notes, and announcements placed in the boxes of certain students have been removed, either through the carelessness or ignorance of persons other than those for whom the material was intended. This must stop. Outside of the university this would be a Federal offense and within the university it is also a serious matter. Whether it is because of neglect or "just in fun" that things are disappearing from the boxes, it should stop. Take' care when you are looking in your mail box and. leave the contents of other mail boxes alone.—JM

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Grin and Bear It [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 19 January 1940

Grin and Bear It by Lichty "Prices are strong today! There's a rumor there'll be a better rumor tomorrow!"

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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