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Philip Has Busy Day on Campus [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
Philip Has Busy Day on Campus Here for a two-day visit as a guest of the university, Dr. Andre Philip, French educator, was to be the principal speaker at the assembly program in the university auditorium this morning at 9 o'clock. Dr. Philip, who is a professor of finance and economies at the University of Lyons, France, and a member of the chamber of deputies discussed France and the war. During his visit here, Dr. Philip was scheduled to make personal appearances in various class rooms and at meetings in the city and university. The visitor's host is Dr. Henry M. Dater, assistant professor of history.
CHANGE IN INTRAMURALS MADE [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
CHANGE IN INTRAMURALS MADE The following are the new dates for intramural activities in the fraternity league as announced by the HPE department: basketball — Thursday, Feb. 15, 7 p. m., Monday, Feb. 19, 11 p. m., Swimming meet —Monday, March 11, 7:15 p. m., gym meet —Thursday, March 28, 7:15 p. m.
Rotary Audience Told of Eastern Treaty by Phelps [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
Rotary Audience Told of Eastern Treaty by Phelps By Stew Fern Speaker Tells of American Action Over China And Japan The time has come for the United States to make some positive gesture concerning the abrogation of the Japanese trade treaty, according to G. Sidney Phelps, observer and commentator on far-eastern affairs, at the second Rotary forum last night in the Kent State university auditorium. According to the speaker, who has spoken extensively on the problems in the East, the State department is 100 per cent right in bringing home to the Japanese government that we have suffered great inconvenience because we could not find a responsible government in China to deal with. "The action of allowing the Japanese-American trade-treaty to lapse will remind Japan that the United States is not ready to give up its time-honored privileges in China," he said. "Japan is not an efficient military dictatorship, but an old, cumbersome, creaking bureaucracy," Phelps said, "while Chiang Kai Sh...
NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
NOTICE "Varsity K club and Cardinal Key will have their group pictures for the 1940 Chestnut Burr taken this afternoon at 4:30 in the university auditorium. Student-Facul-ty Relations committee and Newman club will have their pictures taken Friday, Feb. 9, at 4 p. m. in the university auditorium.
FRESHMEN TO MEET TONIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
FRESHMEN TO MEET TONIGHT It is very important that all freshmen attend the class meeting to be held tonight in the balcony of Wills gym. Plans for the freshman dance to be held February 21 will be discussed and dress for that event will be voted on. Both first and second semester freshmen are urged to attend. The meeting will start at 4 p. m.
LUTHERANS TO COMEMORATE [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
LUTHERANS TO COMEMORATE LENT The Lutheran Student association will hold their Lenten devotions tonight at 7:30 in Faith Lutheran church at South Willow and College ptreets. The sermon, "A Final Declaration of Love," will be given by the Rev. Arthur Ziegler. All students are invited. F. W. Strufe, personnel manager of the Davey Tree company was guest speaker at the winter banquet of Delta Kappa Psi, men's honorary Jbusiness fraternity, at Silver Lake tavern Monday night. His topic was "Personnel Management.'
Honor Scouts Today [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
Honor Scouts Today the United States today 1,330,000 Boy Scouts, Cubs, and Scout leaders will celebrate the 30 anniversary of Scouting in America. Although there is no active Scout organization on our campus, present and former scouts make a large portion of our male enrollment. These men, though past the age of participation, still find applicable the ideals and standards that they learned in boyhood, realizing that they are basic materials of academic life. Since its establishment in the United States on February 8, 1910, the Boy Scouts of America has been an active supplement to the home, the church, and the school. The didactic attitude of the Scout program has been mirrored in the normal attitude toward clean living and better citizenship and has tended to give them the inspiration that lead many to desire better education. Culture has been the backbone of their institution. While the nation honors this character building organization today, the students of Kent State universit...
Use Courtesy, Please [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
Use Courtesy, Please T AST week an editorial of the Stater expressed the ability of our athletes. The theme hinged on the academic prowess of our basketball team. Knowing their capacity for learning and having seen the success in competition in Wills gym it is highly improbable that the team lacks the respect of the spectators. But in spots we have been very rude to them. The applause for a player as he leaves the game, or the cheer that goes up when an injured player re-enters the fray, even though he may be an opponent, seems to indicate the fact that the crowd is behaving properly. Yet a slip has been made. At the end of the past several games, Kent fans have started to leave the stands before the game is finished. Perhaps the fact that the people walk onto the playing floor doesn't matter much, but it does show a lack of courtesy. Whether the game be "on ice," or hanging by a slim difference in score, our spectators should be gracious enough to wait for the players to leave the ...
SOME Seese Firing ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
SOME Seese Firing ... rpGERHAPS greatly overworked and branded as J- trite is the statement that life is a funny thing. Yet there is hardly -a more true assertion. There are times when a person feels he hasn't a single friend left in the world, other times when he sees the world as one big, happy family. There are times when a fellow is at the bottom of the heap and the next minute he may have the high and lofty feeling of being tops. And, strange enough, it seems that philosophizing is one of those unexplainable traits of mankind that pop up once in a while. » • • At college we do not escape this catching disease. In fact it seems that a college education breeds more frequent philosophical periods. There often comes to mind the questioning as to whether a college education is really what it's cracked up to be. Here we,are in college, some young, some old, some ambitious, some Jazy—a real conglomoration. We are spending time and money for an education the use of which many of us are...
Honor Pi Kap Actives at Dance [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
Honor Pi Kap Actives at Dance Turquoise and Blue Trim Temple for Pi Kap Formal Following the custom of all Greeks, Pi Kappa Sigma pledges will honor the actives with a dance Friday night, at the M&amp;sonic temple in Ravenna. The dance, which is an annual affair, is to be formal. Using as their decoroative theme the sorority colors, turquoise and gold, pledges will trim the hall with balloons on which the sorority insignia has* been stamped. Alf Bottomley's orchestra will furnish the music for dancing from 9:30 until 1. During intermission the actives will be presented to pledges and their guests. In charge of arrangements for the event are Jean Evans, assisted by Mary Alice "Winters and Helen Mnzik. , Dean Mary Smallwood and guest are to be guests of honor. Ohaperones will include Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Munzenmayer, Prof, and Mrs. G. J. Altmann, Dr. Marion VanQampen and guest, and Miss Osa Dell Woodring and guest.
Pledges ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
Pledges ... Although several boys announced their intentions of pledging, some having obtained pledge pins, their bids had not been signed and returned to the dean's office by 5 p. m. yesterday. The pledges are as follows: Delta Phi Sigma: Eli Beery, Werner Dickson, Richard Foote, Richard Hill, Dale Hostetler, Ray Hromco, Joe Jones, Joseph Le Ghaix, William McCune, Alfred Palmer, Louis Simone, David Starner, Robert Truxell, Ted Tucker, Irving Waterbury, John Watson, Arthur Wowra, Jack O. Boyd, Lowell Wetzell, Louis Toth, R. Gene Simpson, Herbert McClure, William Gable, Robert Sterely, Howard Mlckovsky. Kappa Mu Kappa: George Cordea, Richard Dickey, William Guisewite, Duane Hague, Robert Higgins, Charles McWilliams, Carl Morris, Stanley Mouse, James O'Hare, Charles Pilliod, Richard A. Snow, Robert Weimer, John Wheeler, Robert Williams, Russell Gillis, Richard Humphries, Charles Ayres, Frank Luli, Paul Mosher, Robert Neal, Frank McCarthy, Robert Patterson, and Roy Gifford. Sigma Tau G...
some say ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
some say ... by Nat Floersheimer There's a saying that every "dog will have its day" . . . which may or may not have any bearing on the "Kent State University All Men's day." During the course of the day, there will be an assembly for men only and the audience will see a play which will have some women acting . . . 'sortuv' contradictory. f * If the weather continues .as it has in the past, our alma mater will have as its nomenclature . . . Kent State university, home of athletes . . . particularly fancy skaters and tumblers. Then there's the newspaper columnist who calls his brain child, "Knock Before You Enter." Since this is a society column . . . and Ginny Fredericks is covering Greeks, feel that a little Pmly Eosting is good for the sould. The following is taken from one of the latest books. "How to Eat and Lose Friends." "As soon as you are at the table, strike out and get all you can. If your supper partner says anything about you appetite, look at her, smile and croon that l...
People You Know And What They Do [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
People You Know And What They Do By Kay Balser Among those now wearing the active pin of Beta Gamma are Betty Hart, Marian Saelens, Jean Melick, Mary Brandt, Betty Chapman, and Donna Happoldt. Services for Miss Argra Ruffer. who became an advisor for the sorority, were held at the same time. Pledges of Alpha Omega are busy planning for their dance on March 2 to honor actives. Arrangements are in charge of Jane Doak, president of the pledgfe chapter. Busy, too, with plans for a faculty tea to be held late this month is Janet Fish, social chairman of Gamma Sigma Phi. Members of this sorority are sympathizing with jßuth Kepler who has been home for the last week with a throat infection. The Tri-Sigs had as week-end guests Mary Francis Mannan, Billy Martin, Alice Bryce, Harriet Eschelman, Jo Guarnier, and Kay Wardman. Janet Foltz was recently elected treasurer of the sorority. I
LOCKER REFUNDS GIVEN [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
LOCKER REFUNDS GIVEN All men students who have had lockers during the present school year, and do not have any urgent need for them, are requested to turn in their padlocks at the receiving room office in Merrill hall any day this week, between the hours of 1 to 3 p. m. Full refunds will he given. The vacating of those lockers, which are not being used, will enable new students to have locker space.
Mr. R’s Millions Remain at Home [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 8 February 1940
Mr. R’s Millions Remain at Home By Charles Ayers Due to a rather embarrasing financial situation in which they found themselves, it seemed rather fitting to seniors Don Parker and Ed Wolfe to seek aid from the country's richest man, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. In an epistle they wrote: Dear Mr. Rockefeller: We are two students at Kent State university. We are in debt to several persons here but we don't have the money with which to pay them and they are becoming angry. We were reading in "America's 60 Families" that you are the possessor of $2,500,000, and we wondered if you could loan us $16.47 for a period of six months. Signed: Edward C. Wolfe, Jr. Donald L. Parker. Much to their surprise, they received an answer from Mr. Rockefeller's secretary. The letter was very nice: Dear Sirs: I am sorry to be obliged to say in reply to your letter that there is no fund upon which we may draw for such assistance as you desire. Unfortunately, Mr. Rockefeller receives so many personal applicatio...