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Six Sororities Begin Second Pan-Hellenic Bridge Tournament Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
Six Sororities Begin Second Pan-Hellenic Bridge Tournament Tomorrow Gamma Sigma Phi to Defend Cup In Duplicate Contest Tomorrow Six teams of four women- each will re-enter the Pan Hellenic bridge tournament, when their sororities vie for a championship title. The contest will be held at the Captain Brady from 2 to 5 p. m. tomorrow. To date, six of the seven sororities have entered a team. The Theta Sigma Upsilon group is not competing. This replay was occasioned when all groups did not send teams to the tournament last semester. Last year's cup was awarded to the Gamma Sigma Phi sorority. Presentation of this year's winner will be made at the Pan-hellenic formal dance. Players for the tournament, which will be duplicate bridge, include: Pat Fuller, Lois Hawk, J*rances Reed and Betty Hanes, from Sigma Sigma Sigma; Genevieve Kellogg, Catherine Jane Few, Betty Rose Wolcott and Helene Ingram from Phi Alpha Alpha; Sue Buckwitz, Thora Uebel, Donna Happoldt and June Sterling from Beta Gamm...
Delta Kappa Psi Banquets Monday At Silver Lake [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
Delta Kappa Psi Banquets Monday At Silver Lake Approximately 30 members of Delta Kappa Psi, men's honorary fraternity, will attend their winter banquet at Silver Lake tavern Monday evening, according to Richard Redmond, chairman of social committee. P. W. Strufe, personnel manager of the Davey Tree company, will talk on "Personnel Management." Prof. Harold Nissley and Francis Mull of the business administration department are attending.
Infrequent Illness Allows Doctors and Nurses to Rest [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
Infrequent Illness Allows Doctors and Nurses to Rest University hospital attendants took a well earned rest after the rush of the past three weeks with only two students, Irene Reimer and Ruth Kepler under their care. Since the beginning of the new semester, six students have been sent to their homes because of illness. The list includes Mrs. Doris Marie Schaeffer, New Washington; Oran Fisher, Harrisville; Martha Rufener, Kent; Arno Duenkler, Bedford; Robert Doland, Cleveland; and Gloria Cassidy of Ravenna.
Registration Near Stopher's Record Mark [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
Registration Near Stopher ' s Record Mark The record breaking second semester enrollment of Kent State university edged a bit closer to Registrar E. C. Stopher's early week predictions as 32 more students were completely registered, bringing the total registration at 4 p. m. yesterday to 2386. In compiling the latest figures the officials pointed out that several more registrations were expected today and tomorrow which may swell the total over the 2400 mark. Up to and including the initial day of registration, 2269 applications had been filed. On Wednesday 85 more students registered, and, yesterday saw the advent of an additional 32 registrations. The figure is still 64 shy of the Stopher-estimated figure of 2450, but enrollment today and tomorrow may see this number wiped out. Then with the addition of the nonregular classes, and the centers, (Warren and Canton-, will probably push this figure past the 2600 mark. Among the familiar faces again seen on the campus are Sam Farkas, w...
some say... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
some say... by Nat Floersheimer About the best story I've heard in quite a while concerns Paul Johnson and the 1924 Ford he had. Seems that this summer he drove to New York in the chariot and ar- | rived there intact. However, on the return trip through Ohio he was coasting down a hill which had a bridge at the bottom. On the way down he tried to turn the steering wheel but found to his amazement that the entire apparatus came off in his hands. "Here," he said to a friend sitting next to him, "you take it for awhile." What the friend answered is unprintable, but the text ran something to the effect that he wanted nothing to do with it. So Hero Johnson, put the steering wheel on ,the seat and set about to put the car in reverse. Acting as a good car should, it kicked up its wheels, spun them around furiously and sidled into the bridge with no /casualties. Speaking of kicking brings us back to the subject of examinations and from examinations to their grading. It seems that this semes...
African Ants are Subjects of Study [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
African Ants are Subjects of Study GRAND FORKS, N. D. —(ACP) —Floating in a test tube on the desk of Dr. Neal Weber, University of North Dakota associate professor of biology, are eight of the smallest ants in the world. So small that 12 of them together would be the size of one pinhead, the tiny insects were discovered by Dr. Weber last summer in central African jungle near the Belgian Congo border in the Sudan. The professor's specimens have proved to be 25 per cent smaller than any other ants known to man.
Peace Organizer Visits KSU For Summer Tour Members [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
Peace Organizer Visits KSU For Summer Tour Members Olcott Sanders, of Texas, was on campus Tuesday in the interest of the Friends Service group, interviewing students for peace work in an effort to organize a group of students for a tour next summer to advocate peace. Sanders was a guest of Rev. and Mrs. Walter C. Eyster and the two boys' co-op houses during his stay here. He led the recreation games at the YMCA mixer Tuesday evening in the little gym.
Speaks Saturday [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
Speaks Saturday Eugene Kelly, publications advisor for the Cleveland Public schools, who will speak at the journalism banquet held in conjunction with the Fourth Annual High School day, this Saturday. The banquet, which is being sponsored by Chi Pi, will be held at the Robin Hood at 6 p. m.
Davey and Taylor Due Back Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
Davey and Taylor Due Back Monday According to Dr. A. Sellew Roberts, head of the history department, Prof. Tom Davey, Jr., who has been ill for the past two weeks, will return to his classes Monday, Feb. 12. Professor Davey is reported to be "improving steadily." Students are expected to attend classes at their scheduled hours for assignments. Laryngitis kept Prof. William Taylor, head of the journalism department, from his classes during the past four days. He is expected to return Monday.
Off Campus Women's Club Continues Members Drive [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
Off Campus Women's Club Continues Members Drive The Off Campus Women's club will have a short meeting at 7:30 p. m. Monday in the Women's league room in the basement of Moulton hall. Aileen Milligan, president, has announced that the membership drive will continue two weeks. She has appointed Mary Lee Trunkey as program chairman and Dorothy Dillon to head the social committee. The Women's league room, which is open to all off campus women, has been obtained with Women league funds. The Off Campus Women's club has donated the furniture. Next month, Harrard university will give a special testimonial banquet for a veteran campus policeman, Charles R. Apted.
Journalists Hear Kelly At Dinner [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
Journalists Hear Kelly At Dinner A talk by Eugene Kelly, publica- | tions director of the Cleveland public schools, and a novel entertainment program will headline the story that will unfold for university journalists at their dinnermeeting at the Robin Hood tomorrow. Dinner Planned by Chi Pi The meeting is one of several held throughout the year for members of the journalism department. The gathering tomorrow night is planned by Chi Pi, men's journalism honorary. High school journalists who will visit the campus during High School day are also expected to attend. A piano interlude by Martha Harper and Bob Orpin will feature the entertainment. Each will present their version of piano style. Earl Vacariu will be the toastmaster and will present the guests and Kelly. Reservations Due Today Reservations for the dinner, which costs 50 cents, should be in the hands of Jack Watts, August Quattrochi, or Hube Briers by noon today. The dinner will begin promptly at 6 p. m. Following the meet...
Kent Outclasses Hiram 47-35 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
Kent Outclasses Hiram 47-35 Flashes Impressive in Victory; Max Conner Leads Team in Last Half Rush to Conquer Terriers Kent's Golden Flashes scored an impressive 47-35 cage triumph over their Portage county rivals from Hiram college last night in Wills gym. A see-saw battle raged during the first half. Max Conner opened the scoring with a pivot shot from the foul circle. Ab- BOX SCORE . KENT Player G F T Griffith, RF 3 3 9 Price, LF 113 Andreas, C 4 0 8 Conner, RG 5 2 12 Gulgin, LG 3 2 8 Davidian, RF 2 0 4 Feduniak, LF 10 2 Boliantz, LG Oil Totals 19 9 47 HIRAM Player G F T Gossard, RF 0 2 2 Barefoot, LF 0 0 0 Day, C 4 2 10 Abbott, RG 3 17 Craafts, UG 3 17, Hoffman, LF 3 17 Logan, C 0 11 Torry, RF 0 11 Totals 13 9 35 bott knotted the score. again came through with a double decker from the pivot position. ' Barefoot tied the i score with an under-the-basket shot. Day slipped in two more in short order, shoving the Ter- &lt; riers ahead 8-4. Hiram then maintained a lead until ...
Intramural [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
Intramural w I The intrafraternity table tennis tournament got under way Wednesday night with three of the scheduled nine matches. Alpha Phi Beta and Phi Beta Phi, won their matches from Kappa Mu Kappa and Sigma Tau Gamma respectively via the forfeit route. The only match that was played found Delta Phi Sigma an easy victor over, Kappa Sigma Chi. ; The next matches will be played Wednesday afternoon at 4 p. m. Feb. 7. J. A. Farley is an education professor at St. John's university. Because of the war, no Rhodes scholarships will be granted in 1940. G. O. P. presidential hopeful Frank E. Gannett was graduated from Cornell university in 1898.
Flashes Try For Sixth Win At Ohio State [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
Flashes Try For Sixth Win At Ohio State Winner Will Claim Mythical State Mat Championship; Both Veteran Teams Kent's once-beaten mat team will seek its sixth victory of the season tomorrow night when they invade Columbus to take on the Scarlet Scourges of Ohio State, the only Big Ten team the Flashes will face this year. Feeling between the two teams always runs high at this stage of the season for the winner will claim the mythical state wrestling championship. Kent has won the inter-state toga for six of the last seven years and this year has won five of six matches. The only Flash loss this year was to the strong Kansas State college team, winners of the Big Six conference crown last year. ' Franklin and Marshall Took State The only basis of comparison between the two schools is Franklin and Marshall college, nationally known powerhouse in wrestling. If figures mean anything the two schools will be on even terms when they square off tomorrow. Ohio State lost to Franklin by six po...
Kent Swimmers Journey to Wooster; Woyar, Farkas Will Strengthen Team [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
Kent Swimmers Journey to Wooster; Woyar, Farkas Will Strengthen Team Fortified by the return to eligibility of Pete Woyar, backstroker, and Sam Farkas, free styler, Kent's Golden Flash natators will journey to Wooster college this afternoon seeking their fourth straight victory and their first win over the Scots in four years of competition. The Wooster team, studded wth an array of veteran talent, will offer plenty of competition. Greene, Fatkin and Morse, free stylers, won points in last " year's Ohio Conference championship meet, as well as the Scot medley and free style relay teams. Wooster has lost only to Kenyon's strong aggregation this year, having swamped Bowling Green, Case and Wittenberg. Coach Ray Novotny reports that the Flash mermen will be fighting a double battle, as the unfamiliar Wooster pool will be a handicap to Kent swimmers and divers. The Scot pool is 20 feet shorter than Kent's, and the diving board is extended from the wall, presenting less diving board surf...
Springboard Artist Women's Sports Review [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 2 February 1940
Springboard Artist Women's Sports Review Starn Announces 1940 Schedule The football schedule for 1940 has just been completed, Coach Rosy Starn, head football mentor, announced late yesterday afternoon. The Golden Flashes will meet three new teams in their nine game schedule, which shows that five games will be played oi the home grounds. Akron U. has not appeared on a Kent football schedule since 1937. This renewed rivalry should prove interesting. Another new team is Assumption college from Canada which wilj come to Kent September 28. Washington and Jefferson presidents will play host to the Stammen in Washington Oct. 26. Despite the handicap of a late start, the Theta Sigs are leading in the women's participation cup tournament at the end of the fall season with a percentage of .074. Zone 3, which held first place until recently dropped into third place beneath the Theta Sigs and the Beta Gammas because they lacked riding points. The coveted volleyball cup was awarded to the Engl...