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Natators Travel to Fenn Today; Try for Fourth [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
Natators Travel to Fenn Today; Try for Fourth Kent's Golden Splashers, led by ] Roman Wojno, Pete Woyar, Dale Stewart and Don Johnson will travel to Cleveland today to trade stroke for stroke with the Fenn college swimmers. Victors over the Fenn natators by the overwhelming score of 5124 in their home pool a week ago, the Kent tankmen will be favorites to again submerge Fenn's Foxes. In the previous encounter between the two teams, Roman Wojno, star state spohomore natator, unofficially cracked the Ohio conference record in the 220-yard freestyle event by a margin of 3.6 seconds. Fenn's outstanding swimmer is Leonelli, who took one of the two firsts gained by the Fennmen, and the 150-yard backstroke. He also took second place in the diving event which was won by Don Johnson, veteran Kent diver. Fenn's 400-yard free style relay team, composed of Bestor, Miller, Wandersleben, and Hickey, took the remaining Fenn first.
Flashes Want Revenge For Akron Defeat [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
Flashes Want Revenge For Akron Defeat There'll be a hot time in our town tomorrow night. Revenge—sweet, appeasing revenge—that's all Kent's cagers will be/ thinking when they try to unzip the Zippers of Akron U in Wills gym and vindicate themselves for an ego-deflating 49-40 thumping handed them January 10 by the Akron team. The Flashes are hopeful of taking up where they left off in the last half of the previous game when they swarmed all over Goodyear gym to score 26 points against the slipping and bewildered Zips, while holding the Rubber City boys to 16. But that's Kent's side of the story—that second half. The first half was Akron's story—and how! Going into the previous fracas favorites to beat the Akronites, who had just lost five out of five, Kent met what they might have expected —a team hot and hungry. Seemingly dropping in baskets from the rafters, balcony, bleachers, and the janitor's quarters in the cellar, the Zippers accumulated a 33-14 advantage to leave the Flashes ...
GAMMAS WIN, 66-20 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
GAMMAS WIN, 66-20 The Sigma Tau Gamma quintet completely routed the Training School faculty team 66-20, in the Training School gym Tuesday night. The fraternity team scored 20 points before the faculty finally hit the hoop for a field goal. Outstanding in play for the faculty was E. R. Myer. Another stalwart, John Farinacci, was ejected from the game on personal fouls.
Winner [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
Winner Bettie Morris, freshman major in physical education, is shown holding one of the four cups that will be given to the sororities and fraternities .selling the most tickets for the American Legion boxing tournament to be staged in Wills gym, Monday, Feb. 12. Proceeds from the show which is the district elimination for the state tournament go to the University Booster club. Wayne Sidinger, assistant coach, is handling most of the financial &lt;and publicity matters for the night. Several university students have procured outside backing and have entered the tourney.
Intramural [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 7 February 1940
Intramural The third round of the intramural basketball tournament was completed Monday night with eight of the 12 scheduled games being played. The remaining four forfeited their matches. Out of seven undefeated teams before Monday's games, only three now have unblemished records. Something unusual in basketball teams was exhibited by Wesley foundation. The five men comprising the team, Bullock, Mathews, Diday, Egerton and Ayres are all lefthanded. This had no bad effect on their play however, as they trounced the heretofore unbeaten Tappa Nu Keg combine. -———————
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
The Kent Stater In this issue: Compare the views and interpretations of college life as seen by Henry J. Nitzche and Bob Seese. WEATHER: Cloudy today; snow tonight and tomorrow; colder tomorrow. High yesterday 32, low 27. Volume XV, Number 50 z 868 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Thursday, February 8, 1940 Whole Number, 624 The Kent Stater Kent State University, Kent, Obio The KENT STATER is published four times a week, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday during the regular university year and weekly during the summer term. Publication suspended during vacations. Entered as second class matter, October 11, 1927, at the Post Office at Kent. Ohio, under the act of 1873. Printed by the P. B. Bonsai! Printing Co., U3B B. Main St., Kent. Ohio. The Kent Stater is a member of the Associated Collegiate Press and OoUegiate Digest. Represented by National Advertising Service, Inc., 420 Madison ave.. New York. Snbseriptioa Price $8.75 Per "tear Jack Watts (Phone 4325) Editor-in-Chief Jo...
Jitterbugs On Last Legs So It Seems [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
Jitterbugs On Last Legs So It Seems Michigan State Instructor Sees Music Cycle Returning To ("Sweet" Tunes EAST LANSING, MICH., (ACP) —The jitterbug is dying a slowdeath. Within six months or a year the cave-man acrobatics and heavy, rhythmic thump of the species will be history, and civilized man will have triumphed again, if the prophecy of William Kimmel, instructor of music at Michigan State college, is fulfilled. According to Kimmel, popular music has always traveled in constant cycles, changing from "hot" to "smooth and sweet," periodically. The jitterbug style is, or "was" merely a novelty. Fewer Jitterbugs Seen Fewer and fewer of the "animals" have been noticed on ballroom floors this fall, and requests for "swing" and "jitterbug" tunes of last year have difinitely fallen off. "Sweet" tunes characterized by slow tempo, decided lift and substantial rhythm, have superseded more bizarre times, according to the leader of a campus swing band. He says that these demanded tunes are...
State Tournament Slated for Monday; Sidinger Directs Sales [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
State Tournament Slated for Monday; Sidinger Directs Sales Legion Mitt Show In Wills, Feb. 12 Winners to Compete in Semi-finals At East Liverpool; Finks May Fight Pugilistic fans from all over Northeastern Ohio will gather in Wills gym next Monday night at 7:30 to see Kent State's second boxing show of the year, the annual American Legion Boxing tournament. Sponsored by the Booster's club of the university, the tournament will be held to determine those fighters who will re- present Northeastern Ohio in the American Legion semifinal bouts to be held at East Liverpool, Ohio. From East Liverpool the winners will go to Columbus for state championship competition. Proceeds Used for Athletics, Proceeds of the fight will be turned over to the Booster's club for use in fostering university athletics. Assistant Coach Wayne Siding e r, who is in charge of ticket sales in the university, announced that sales (are expected to near the 500' mark of last year. Ticket distribution in Kent is bein...
Bon Jour! Guest Speaker and Host [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
Bon Jour! Guest Speaker and Host Dr. Andre Philip, left, professor of economics and finance at the University of Lyons, France, who spoke to students at assembly from 9-10 this morning. He is the guest of Dr. Henry M. M. Dater, right, assistant professor of history at the university. Dr. Philip was in the history office at 10 this morning and will be there from 3to 4 this afternoon, for consultation with the students.
A Prisoner Relates What College Means to Me [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
A Prisoner Relates What College Means to Me By Henry Nitzche Editor's note: Henry J. Nitz- &lt; che jis editor of the Ohio State Penitentiary News at Columbus and is appearing as a guest columnist in the Kent Stater. * * * Friends and Students of KSU Greetings! PERHAPS, and quite likely too, since you are college folks interested in the higher learning to be found in our colleges and universities, you might also be interested as to what a non-college man such as I am, thinks about colleges and universities; and, I assure you that I feel honored by the unusual privilege afforded me of addressing a few words to you—in my humble way. You —of course —are in training for the great battle of life, and college IS really a training eamp. Weil,,whenever I think of col- leges at all, and I DO think of them quite often with a feeling akin to sadness —a vision arises, takes form before my eyes, and the veil of .time is rent asunder. I look! I see Plato's "Academy" and his students. Yes,...