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As We See It [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 February 1940
As We See It by Bob Kenyon and Earl Vacariu Authors' Note: We are not printing the list of figures that customarily undersign such pictures due to circumstances beyond the control of Warden Watts. * * * NOTES Taken on a Brady Menu - - - Wonder what it is about a red hat on a girl that makes a truck driver whistle ... It seems to me that Sam Fogg wore his hair about a month too- long . . . It's a show to watch Ernie at the Brady keep his eye on every customer ... A Scotchman is a guy that commits suicide and then turns off the gas . . . And doctors are still the pillers of society . . . Cartoonist Stu Freyensee getting a zero at his recent flirtation. Chronogenic Note: He was a study in brown, resplendent in the early morning flow up Main. Brown overcoat, oxfords, hat, etc. A disheveled reveler in a car leaned out in passing to moan: "Buddy, I have a swell taste to go with your outfit." Bagetelles: Mary Weimer is getting so sure of herself she writes her diary a week in advance . . ....
The Other Side [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 February 1940
The Other Side By Jack Leggett TjTROM the wall bookrack, a leather-bound, gilt- * lettered much thumbed, soft old copy of Shakespeare leers down at me from between Pepy's diary and Exner's sex life of such 'n' such number of females; a threatening voice is radioing me about what's going to happen if I don't do my stuff with Dentsdent seven times a day. Utter has permitted; himself to be drawn away on a dream cloud and snores blissfully but rather noisily on the top bunk, dirty thoughts drip out of my brain concerning college and the fact that t a new Semester is about to lurch into life and lam sad. lam not blue and unhappy about any of these things; they're are just things -- - even Utter. I am melancholy because Jay Wengett died last Friday afternoon - - - /not because of his grades but due to mine. * *• * ! Many different persons do many different things around here after grades come out. Some go on toots to drown their sorrows, some venture forth on binges to celebrate, some scu...
National Sororities Blocked Indefinitely at KSU [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 February 1940
National Sororities Blocked Indefinitely at KSU Kent Must Sever Relations With Educational Groups Due to a decision of the 1939 National Pan-hellenic congress, Kent State university will have no national sororities until present affiliations with the Association of Educational Sororities are severed, it was anBounced by the university fraternity and sorority committee. The committee is composed of Br. A. O. DeWeese, Dr. Donald Anthony, chairman of the group, B. F. Renkert, Dean Mary L. Small, wood, Dean Raymond E. Manchester, Martha Jane Thomas, Don Scullion, Lester Morato, and Jane Rothermund. v Four Points Given The complete report follows: Last year and this there has been considerable discussion concerning the possibility of National Social Greek-letter fraternities and sororities coming on this campus. The administration and SororityFraternity committees have made, in the past, certain statements relative to this possibility such as. 1. The administration will say when these or...
Ohio's Beautiful Campus Painted By Artist Frost [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 February 1940
Ohio's Beautiful Campus Painted By Artist Frost By Mickey Dover Nature at the heighth of its glory was unfolded before KSU students yesterday morning. The campus presented a scintillating picture of a winter wonderland. Hoar frost, clinging tenaciously to every twig and tree presented a beautiful ice-pattern, transforming every oak, every elm, from a gaunt, bare emblem of winter's loneliness into a towering, white-bathed picture of nature's loveliness. A stroll through the back campus revealed an even more beautiful picture. The woods, the frozen grilles, the toboggan slide, Rockwell field - - - all combined to present a panorama of tranquility seldom duplicated and even more seldom fully appreciated. The treetops resembled a massive sea of ice. Then nature turned to its crowning achievement, and the sun burst forth, transforming everything into blinding white brilliance. Our campus truly deserves to be called "the most beautiful in Ohio."
some say ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 February 1940
some say ... by Nat Floersheimcr Now that college has started to have its normal hum and students have sized up their professors and professors their students it might be interesting to note just what's going on on other campuses. , ' Women are coming into their fair share of fame these days. On the campus at TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY the student council has made plans to hold a "vice-versa" dance to which no one but girls may take dates and no men will be allowed to ,be stags at the affair. Said one enthusiastic co-ed, "This is my chance to get even with those boys who give you a big smile and calmly walk right on and take some one else and also those lugs who stand around all evening and don't dance with anyone." In line with the forum idea adopted here at Kent it seems that on the campus of PURDUE UNIVERSITY faculty and students met in a student forum to discuss "What is wrong with teaching at Purdue." Two faculty members and two student leaders discussed the subject before an a...
Liglit Hours of Sleep Is What We Don't Get [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 February 1940
Liglit Hours of Sleep Is What We Don't Get Now is the time for all good students to observe quiet hours! You all know the old line about "This semester I'm going to get a four point and study all my lessons on time and get lots of sleep so I'll be ready to recite . . . and so on indefinitely." It sure sounds good but just try and do it. After years of research, it has been found that quiet hours have an effect on this. It's like this, if people don't keep quiet hours, then other people can't study until it is very late and then they don't get enough sleep. Nice logic, isn't it? Bull sessions are the worst detriment to quiet hours —when your best friends get into bull sessions there are only two things to do — you can walk in and in a freezing tone say, "Really, I think you might be more considerate, some people are trying to study"—then you sweep out leaving an uncomfortable silence behind you—this works just as well as any book on "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People." The othe...
Pan Hel Plans Annual Formal For February 23 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 February 1940
Pan Hel Plans Annual Formal For February 23 The Panhellenic council, made up of representatives of sororities, is making plans for its annual dance which will be held, this year, at the Masonic temple in Akron on Friday, Feb. 23. Martha Jane Thomas, president of the group has announced that the following sororities will be in charge. Alpha Omega will take care of decorations, Sigma Sigma Sigma, entertainment; Beta Gamma, programs;• Phi Alpha Alpha, chaperones and invitations; Theta Sigma Upsilon, receiving line; Pi Kappa Sigma, site; and Gamma Sigma Phi, the band. Sam Fogg, former Kent State student, has accepted a position with the Canton Repository, and is covering the Massillon branch.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 February 1940
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Terriers Play Flashes Tonight [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 February 1940
Terriers Play Flashes Tonight Starn Will Start Regular Line-up; LaChaix Returns % Kent's hot and cold Golden Flashes return to court warfare tonight after a week's lay-off because of semester examinations to take on the Hiram college Terriers in Wills gym. The game will help decide the mythical Portage county champion- ship now held jointly by the&lt; two teams. With six returning lettermen, 1 the Red and Blue cagexs consti- j tute a positive threat to Kent's! season record. The "men to keepj an eye on" from Hiram are Dick ■ Abbot, Claude Crafts, and Wilford j Bay who are playing their fourth year together. Other lettermen are Jeff Gossard, Ken Hoffman, and Winford Logan. Of special interest to Kent State fans will be Bud Le Chaix's first appearance in uniform this season. Joe Price, who has been out of action because of an injury sustained tin the Muskingum game at Muskingum, will be back as a starter. Price will be teamed with "Wayne Griffith at forward; Harold Andreas wil...
Flash Wrestlers Face Tough Ohio State Team [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 February 1940
Flash Wrestlers Face Tough Ohio State Team Joe Begala's crack wrestling squad will go after it's sixth victory Saturday night when they meet Ohio State's tough outfit in Columbus. This annual feature of the Kent wrestling card attracts statewide attention since the affair usually decides the state championship. Last year the Flashes won the mythical title by trouncing the down-state team 22-6 before 5000 fans jammed into Wills gym. Spike Mooney is Coach Ohio State, coached by Spike Mooney, well-known in grappling 1 circles, has a veteran team seeking revenge for last year's loss. Led by Captain George Downs, the Scarlet and Gray wrestlers have turned back Navy and Ohio university. Against Ohio U. the Buckeyes proved their strength by decidedly overwhelming the Athenites. Earlier in the year while making an eastern tour the State team dropped a close 17-11 decision to the powerful Franklin and Marshall squad, third-place winners in the national collegiate tournament last year. Frankl...
Track Squad Has Seven Meets Scheduled for 1940 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 February 1940
Track Squad Has Seven Meets Scheduled for 1940 Although King Winter is still definitely here, and sports fans are feeing served basketball and wrestling as the main course, a glance at the 1940 track schedule shows that Flash tracksters will soon be preparing to launch their most ambitious campaign to date. The schedule, as announced by Coach Joe Begala yesterday, includes four dual meets, Oberlin invitational meet, all away, and the Big Four and Ohio conference meets. Back again to lead the squad is Swede Netzen, who earned for himself the title of "one man team" last year with his display of versatility and prowess on the track and in the field. He will captain the, 1940 squad. Following is the complete schedule. April 20 —Oberlin relays, here. April 27- —At Findlay. May 4—At Hiram. May 11—At Akron U. May 15 —Fenn, at Cleveland. May 18 —Big Four at Baldwin Wallace. May 24-25 —Ohio conference meet at Oberlin.
INTRAMURALS [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 February 1940
INTRAMURALS The intra-fraternity table tennis tournament began Wednesday afternoon at 4 p. m. Wednesday's activities started a round robin tournament which will take five weeks to complete. All matches are to be played on Wednesdays with the single matches starting at 4 p. m. and the doubles following immediately after. The intramural basketball games scheduled for tonight are postponed until February 15 due to the Kent-Hiram basketball game to be played here this evening.
'He Got Robbed' Says Begala, Telling Of His Grand-pappy's football Days [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 February 1940
'He Got Robbed' Says Begala, Telling Of His Grand-pappy's football Days "Now my grandpa wag so famous for his football playing that once the Uhited States Supreme court had to be called in to settle the final outcome of a Plow U. football game," said little Joe Begala. "And the nine old men decided against Plow U. "Now I know that the football season is over but this is a good enough incident that tit made history (in court cases)." "In the next to the last game of the season grandpa slipped on a banana peel as he walked off the field and broke his leg," said Joe. "Well the last game of the season was against the University of Michigan's law school and with only two minutes left to play Plow U. called time out. They were behind 7 to 6. Everyone in the stands thought for sure that Plow U. had lost theSr first game, but they were fooled." "As some of the spectators got out of their seats to leave the game, they stopped and looked out on the field because a siren was blowing. An ambula...
Flash Flickers [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 February 1940
Flash Flickers By George Fleischer Sports Editor Starting with this issue, the sports staff of the STATER. wiU attempt to better acquaint the etadent body with varsity athletes. Last fall we printed features on the coaching staff, but as yet the fellows who really play ball, sometimes good and other times typical of Jimmie Doyle's "Flashe»-ia-the-pan" column, have not ben mentioned. Using its "Flicker Flashlight" the staff will put the spot each week on a, Flash star. Huskie, blue-eyed, brunette, Wayne Griffith furnishes an excellent start. For the second year Griff is the mainstay of she Flash basketball team. For the benefit of those who don't know this gallopin' lad he wears the number 3 1 white uniforms and 36 when the team appears in its "baby blue" suits. To date this year Griff has scored a total of 111 points for the Starnmen, 29 of them on fouls. Not only a loop star, Wayne does a good job of playing outfield for Starrett when baseball season rolls around having earned a le...