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As We See It [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
As We See It by Bob Kenyan Earl Vacariu Author's note: The latest ■ cracks about the above pics, which flatter us we know, seem to agree that they are a swell pair to run under "Grin and Bear it." * * » Exams are like the seasons, they come and go - - - some student along with them . . . one outstanding new face is Jean Ihrig, social-senior from Penn State . . . wonder if the word "social" means what it says? . . . Bob Cook has taken the trouble to show Jean around the campus . . . watch Hope Byrne up . . . Rita Allendorf is rushing around preparing for an all-student bridge party to he held by the ALPHA OMEGA clan later this month . . . we can assure you it won't be one of the affairs where everyone ends playing toll-bridge because of losses ... see where Pete Szemersky rated a dirt column in the Western Reserve Tribune . . . the university love-in-bloom boys wish to he remembered to June Sterling who seems to be payiing entirely too much attention to a home-town steady . . . ran i...
My Daze [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
My Daze by Berta Kernen Note to editor: Don't you dare put my picher at the head of this column, you |nasty thing;, t d'm not particularly sensitive,. b.utdh|ire : limit to what any-j orfe ban stlhtfc ?•- Y \ • * * So I'm reading mine Stater (bad habits are hard to break). So I'm looking at Hack Leggett's column (try to avoid starting bad habits), so I'm seeing a remark. A remark about Berta's processional integrity with intimations that she is stealing Hack's stuff. So I'm seeing crimson and Vermillion brightly. So I'm making remarks too. Hack is a nice boy. A lovely boy. Sweet and gentle like a hungry tiger, but the; unfortunate fall he had when he was still toddling about in panti-waists did frightful things to his cerebrum and even in his dotage these sad effects occasionally appear in the form of slanderous defamations of other's characters. Let us then ignore and forgive; he knows not what he says. But Mr. Editor, why did you let Jay Wengett die? We liked Jay much better; he o...
some say ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
some say ... by Virginia Fredericks There comes a time ,in every Greek's life when he must keep a stiff upper lip and all that sort of thing and carry on bravely. \ This time has come to Kent, for Homer, the Tri-Sig duck has met an untimely death. New York papers, please note. The pledge chapter of Phi AD pha Alpha gave a tea last Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5 honoring their four new pledge sisters, lola Leet, Jean Dunlap, Barbara Johnson and Harriet Flickinger. Patrons and patronesses and the advisor of the sorority were guests. Monday night there was an active service for five Phi Alphs, Gloria Brogneaux, Virginia Stoner, Grace Newman, Alberta Lowry, and Helen Tweed. If the cold weather continues, members of Delta Phi Sigma and their dates will go skating Friday, Feb. 16 at Virginia Kendall park. Bill Linsennman, social chairman, is in charge of arrangements with Milan Frase and Lenny Opeil assisting him. Kay O'conner, Beta Gamma pledge, heads the committee in charge of arrangement...
Mumps Confine Four Students [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
Mumps Confine Four Students Four cases of mumps have been reported by the university infirmary as students were admitted to the hospital over the week-end. Esther Schorr, Ruth Southard, Arno Dankler, and Irene Reimer are the mumps pictims. Max Conner was admitted to the hospital following the Fenn basketball game, in which he received a sprained ankle. Dorothy Guinther, Elizabeth burton, Doris Lutes, David Edwards, and Dora Strong are also confined to hospital cots. Melvin Boyd of Mineral City, and Eleanor Crowell of Rocky River, have been sent to their homes. Thurman Artz, Chestnut Burr editor, was sent to his home with a severe cold.
It's a Cinderella , But No Glass Slipoer Stuff Here [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
It's a Cinderella , But No Glass Slipoer Stuff Here By Merry Allen A Cinderella transformation with Women's league as the-fairy godmother has changed a ment room —empty of alfbut moldy, falling plaster and a pile of useless junk —into a haven where offcampus women "and commuters may spend leisure time, Study, play cards, eat lunches and test. .■ v "While KSU's building program has been growing and expanding, one room in Moulton hall has been standing idle, the paint peeling from its walls and its plaster crumbling away from the lath in its ceiling. The Women's league waved its wand and with the aid of new paint and plaster jobs, drapes,, rebuilt and recovered furniture, and artistically arranged lamps, chairs, and tables, the place has taken on new appearance and no longer will hungry commuters litter up the gym balcony, Stater office and halls with themselves and their lunch wrappings. Most of the credit goes to Caroline Clawson, vice president of Women's league, whose long hours o...
Extension Speech Course Taught at New Philadelphia [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
Extension Speech Course Taught at New Philadelphia Prof. E. Turner Stump, head of the speech department, is conducting evening classes for adults in speech at Senior high school in New Philadelphia every Monday evening. The classes are made up of New Philadelphia and Dover business men. The Chagrin Falls Little theatre has invited Professor Stump to act as guest director of their forthcoming production, "Accent On Youth," whiqh will be presented, March 11 and 12.
Training School Faculty Frolics At Dance, Game [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
Training School Faculty Frolics At Dance, Game i. A"*"' The training school faculty will doff their dignity temporarily tonight when they play the school's varsity basketball team. The game, followed by a dance, will be held in Wills gym from 8 to 11 p. m. Proceeds from this event will go to the junior class to replace funds stolen last year. The juniors plan to use the money for their spring formal and dinnerdance. The faculty team will contain five former coaches: George Cooke, Michael Hercheck, E. R. Meyr, Frank N. Harsh, and Perry Van Hyning. Miss Amy Herriff, who coached the first basketball game played in Kent, will be official score keeper. " The game and dance is open to student teachers and training school faculty and pupils.
Take Heart, Men! Tuesday's Coming [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
Take Heart, Men! Tuesday's Coming Tuesday will see a moratorium declared on the feminine sex! Tuesday is Men's day at Kent State university. Tuesday finds the whole day devoted to celebration of the Silver anniversary of Men's union and a total disregard for women. The day is a full one. All day fraternities will hold open house *for men students. At 2p. m. there will be an assembly for men only at which Charles Seiberling, of the Seiberling Rubber company, will speak. University men who are speaking include Dr. K. C. Leebrick, president of the university, Dr. J. EL McGilvrey, president emeritus, Dean of Men, Raymond E. Manchester, Gordon Hostettler, president of Student council and several alumni. Dinner will be served at the Congregational church at 6 p. m. Climaxing the day's program, Prof. E. Turner Stump and members of the theatre will present a dramatization of the historical growth of the Men's union. 'Twill be a great day for the sons of Adam!
Jane Rothermund In Charge of Tea For New Students [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
Jane Rothermund In Charge of Tea For New Students Welcoming freshmen and transfer students is an annual practice of Women's league and this year finds the tea scheduled for Monday from 4 to 5:30 p. m. in Moulton hall. The Big Sister-Little Sister arrangement ii being used and has be6n planned by Jane Rothermund. Assisting with arrangements are Janet Morgan and Kay McGowan. Decorations will be in pink and white flowers and candles on the tables. The new Women's league lounge in Moulton, which has been redecorated, will be opened for inspection. * Hostesses will be June Arnold, Dorothy Hoffman, Margot Mueller, Merry Allen, and Sue Snyder. Mrs. Beulah Grow, Miss Barbara Menges, Miss Kathryn Klink and Peg Suppes will preside over the tea tables.
Freshmen Meet to Discuss Dance Tomorrow Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
Freshmen Meet to Discuss Dance Tomorrow Afternoon An important freshman class meeting, the first of the new semester, will be held tomorrow at 4 p. m. in the balcony of Wills gym. Plans for a dance to be held within the next two weeks will be discussed, and also dress for the dance. Because of the short time left in which to make the necessary arrangements, it is important that all freshmen be present. New freshmen are invited.
Lutheran Youth to Sponsor Weekly Religious Sessions [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
Lutheran Youth to Sponsor Weekly Religious Sessions The Lutheran Student's association of the Faith Lutheran church is inaugurating a group of religious sessions on Thursday evening at 7:30 at the church. Elizabeth Renz, chairman, and Girard Prinz, secre-tary-treasurer, will preside at the meeeings which will be supervised by Rev. A. A. Ziegler, pastor. An invitation is extended to all Lutheran students to attend the bi-month-ly meetings of the association.
Honoraries Invite Frosh, Transfers To Special Party [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
Honoraries Invite Frosh, Transfers To Special Party A "Get Together Dance" is being sponsored by Blue Key and Cardinal Key, today from 4 to 6 o'clock at Moulton hall. Music will be furnished by Alf Bottomley and his orchestra. A floor show will be given, followed by refreshments. All freshmen and new transfer students are invited. Dick Firth, social chairman of Blue Key, is in charge of the affair with Bob Potts, Leonard Opeil, and Jean Ulmer assisting. Chaperones for the affair will be Dean Mary L. Smallwood, Miss Jeanne Parrish, and Dean Raymond E. Manchester.
Debaters Meet Case on Feb. 15 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
Debaters Meet Case on Feb. 15 James N. Holm, forensic director, has announced that the debate squad will begin their second semester schedule February 15, when they meet the debators from Case School of Applied Science in two debates on the Kent campus. These two debates, as well as the two return engagements at Case March 18, will be conducted on the Oregon Cross-Examination style. On February 19, Kent will play host to Oberlin college. The first tournament of the second semester will be conducted at North Manchester, where one of the largest debate tournaments is annually conducted. Tentative plans call for four teams to take part in the Manchester tournament, Mr. Holm said. The Kent debators will enter two other practice tournaments, according to Mr. Holm, so that the rough edges may be polished off in anticipation of the National Tournament of debaters to be held March 24-29 at Knoxville, Tenn.