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Men's Union Plans Future Assembly [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

Men's Union Plans Future Assembly The men's union committee will meet tonight at 6 o'clock at the Robin Hood to lay out the schedule of contests and activities of the men's union. On October 17, the union will present an assembly program composed entirely of students. The annual vaudeville-fun-fest by the union will be held in the auditorium December 12. The men's union faculty advisors . are Dean R. E. Manchester, Dr. L. H. Munzenmayer and Mrs. Clarence Slocum. About 30 men and women turned out for' the Wednesday afternoon hike which ended at 5:30 p. m. with cider and doughnuts.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Testing Air Student's Depth Perception [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

Testing Air Student's Depth Perception Photo by Schafitz. Lindy Barch, candidate for the aviation course, is having her depth perception tested ( by Dr. H. G. Rubin, Akron physician. The former fee of $4O for the course has been reduced to $3O.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Rally Tonight To Beat Jinx [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

Rally Tonight To Beat Jinx A tower of flames will push j skyward tonight as a huge pile of wood is simultaneously ignited on all sides, signifying the beginning of the mass pep rally for the Kent-Heidelberg game tomorrow. Cheerleader Milan Piotrowski, Bob Cain, Ralph Braden and Joe Michaels will be in charge of the ceremonies, which will begin at ;7:30 p. m. at the west end of the football field. Permission has been granted by the police department to conduct a snake {dance tonight, but students are warned that the Schine theatre is not to be crashed and order is to be maintained. The pile of wood will be built by freshmen men. The freshmen were organized at a mass meeting held in the auditorium yesterday. Mickey Dover was selected to take charge of the freshmen activities, which will also include the construction of a Heidelberg dummy. School songs, cheers and band selections will be heard as soon as the bonfire is ignited. These activities will be climaxed by the burning of the He...

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Enrollment Grows [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

Enrollment Grows Enrollment figures which stand at 2561 today are still expected to grow for this semester, according to Registrar Ej. C. Stopher. In the past, registrations have been accepted from those who can show just cause why they should be admitted. These persons continue to come, and even though the school term is well into the third week, they ask to carry subjects, usually less than the normal load. Stopher stated that if the past can be used for .prediction of the future, the figure should increase about 25 or more.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
TWO ARTISTS WIN PLACE IN EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

TWO ARTISTS WIN PLACE IN EXHIBITION Names of two of Kent State's former art students appear on the list of exhibitors at the Mahoning County Art Exhibit of last August. Mrs. Dorothy Fusek and Myrtle Gue who have both been in summer art classes at Kent the last two summers, are among those artists who won places in this year's exhibition. Mrs. Fusek showed five oil paintings and Mrs. Gue two oils and a pastel.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Wesleyans Discuss Sermons [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

Wesleyans Discuss Sermons "What Constitutes a Good Sermon," will be discussed by Wesley foundation members Sunday at 6:30 p. m. in the Methodist church. Paul Critz will be in charge. -

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Bigger Assemblies And Better [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

Bigger Assemblies And Better An education is not entirely gained from textbooks. Neither is an education gained from sitting around a table sipping cokes when a worth while lecture or program is offered at student assemblies. Approximately once each week, students will have an opportunity to attend a lecture by a well know speaker, enjoy a musical program, or get better acquainted with the other students in the university. These programs are as vital to each university student as the regular attendance in classes. Coke sipping has its place, but, the student should appreciate the value of these student meetings. Loyalty to a university grows with a knowledge of it. Kent State students will learn much about their university, begin to appreciate the size of it, and learn to know many professors by attending these assemblies. In the past, these meetings have included musical numbers, dramatic sketches, pep rallies, lectures and university drives for various purposes. If these programs ...

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
You Can Help [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

You Can Help The front campus should add to the beauty of the buildings. Cigarette stubs thrown carelessly about detract from it. The steps leading to the administration building are not an appropriate place to drop paper.—CP —K—

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Raising the Point Average [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

Raising the Point Average Conversation with those in charge of the aeronautics course revealed an interesting fact about Kent State students. It was pointed out that the greatest obstacle to those who have signed up is a low point average. The first duty of every student should be to study and maintain at least a 2-point average. Almost every honor or activity demands this be done. Yet, students do not evaluate this as they should. The semester is young. Perhaps, a conscious effort could be made to raise the point average of the school.—CP

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Grin and Bear It [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

Grin and Bear It By Lichty 1 - ' 1 ■ "Why didn't you tell me they were the judges? I wouldn't have slapped their hands when they got into the jam!"

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

Letters to the Editor Editor: An editorial entitled "Harder Schedule" which appeared in the Sept. 27 issue of the Kent Stater criticized the athletic department for its alleged failure to compete against football teams representative of Kent State university's enrollment. Persons nearer to the situation realize that this criticism is without foundation or justification. State is a member of the Ohio conference and as such is bound under limitations to meet other members of that conference. Too, Kent State's athletic department is undergoing a period of decided advancement but this growth has not been able to cope with the tremendous advancement in Kent's enrollment. The advancement of any institution to a power in any sport in- volves a gradual transaction which must be handled with delicacy. Teams do not revise schedules and become powers overnight. The entire change takes years. Contrary to any beliefs, Kent State has advanced accordingly. A glance at the schedules of past years a...

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
... The Forum ... Conducted by The Kent Stater [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

... The Forum ... Conducted by The Kent Stater Presented by Herman David In introducing this new Stater feature I want to make it clear that this is your space and the Forum's success or failure is dependent upon you. Here's.the entire idea in brief form. You, as a part of Kent State university, are interested in its welfare. It is the purpose of the Forum to provide you with the opportunity to express your views and ideas on the university's policy and progress. At the risk of being called a visionary, I want to make a prediction. Our enrollment will someday exceed that of our esteemed relative in Columbus and Kent will become Ohio's greatest center of learning. Through close cooperation and the exchange of ideas we can speed that day. ' It is to this purpose that I dedicate the Forum. Here are the rules: the subject matter must be of interest to all of our readers; we are interested only in serious essays of less than 500 words; leave your contributions in my mail box. Faculty mem...

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Beware the Capitalists [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

Beware the Capitalists Football fans, beware! Student council, investigate! Keep the moneychangers out of the temple of clean sport! Your dime for a hot-dog may be the beginning of a new Kent State bourgeoisie, a new class of capitalist bloodsuckers living in luxury on the nickels and dimes of struggling Kent State undergraduates. At Whitman college, Walla Walla, Washington, a penniless freshman enrolled. It was necessary that he immediately establish an income so he began running errands and making deliveries. Soon he was supplying sorority and frat houses with supplies, operating a laundry service, and doing anything on the campus that offered any margin of profit. By the end of his sophomore year this poor student was requested by the government to file an income tax report. The youngster paid income, and plenty. . The KSU group who "butched" dogs and pop at the Lawrence game last Saturday really cleaned up. They worked all week making arrangements, buying supplies, rounding up e...

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
For My Own Pleasure [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

For My Own Pleasure By Sam Fogg The "Townies" and the college boys are at sixes and sevens again and once more are regarding each other with a mutual suspicion and complete lack of sympathy. The Stater reported this week that local officialdom had made a tour of the university district, observed with civic indignation the congested parking, and had threatened measures to correct the evil. Both the officials and the Stater conducted surveys which failed to remotely correlate. All of which brings to light the rather obvious conclusion that Kent in most respects isn't a college town. There's a breech between the local inhabitants and the college population that has existed these many years. Back in Kent's normal school days, the school was to a great extent ignored by the town. It existed rather quietly on the outskirts of the village and it had no economic or social effect on the placid life of the local' burghers. It was a thing apart, a rather silly appendage, a figurative Tibetan l...

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Rushing Ends With Tri-Sig Affair [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

Rushing Ends With Tri-Sig Affair Freshmen, transfer women and even upper classmen have felt the rush of the last week as sorority after sorority entertained prospective pledges with parties. Originality ran rampant with Russian affairs, nautical trips, weiner roasts and rotation parties. Tonight with the Tri-Sig Hawaiin party, at the Robin Hood, the rush parties for campus sororities terminate. After a week full of affairs given by each group, according to the revised rushing rules as set up by Pan-Hellenic association, there is a cessation of activity until Monday morning when bids must be in the office of the dean of women. The silence period will begin Monday at Ba. m. and will last until Tuesday at 5 p. m. Ribbon pledging will be held Tuesday night.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
SECURE EMINENT SPEAKERS FOR AKRON CIVIC FORUM [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

SECURE EMINENT SPEAKERS FOR AKRON CIVIC FORUM The Hon. Bennett Champ Clark opens the 1939-40 Akron Civic Forum series at the Akron Jewish Center, Monday, Oct. 16, it was announced by H. S. Subrin, chairman. Others to appear on this outstanding Forum are: Dr. Lloyd C. Douglas, former Akron pastor and now world-famous novelist; Lord Alfred Duff Cooper, former British cabinet member and first lord of the British admiralty; Erika Mann, daughter of Thomas Mann; Pierre Van Paassen, famous foreign international correspondent and author of "Days of Our Years;" and Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, one of the nation's most eloquent orators. Season tickets for the entire lecture series are $2.25 to students and may be purchased at the university from Dr. Donald Anthony.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Honorary Plans Breakfast [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

Honorary Plans Breakfast At a meeting of the Cardinal Key, women's honorary sorority, held Wednesday afternoon plans were discussed for their Homecoming breakfast to be held Nov. 3 and 4 in the Robin Hood. The officers in charge are Jean Ulmer, president; Lillian Kochendorfer, treasurer and Virginia Vutech, secretary. No lockers will be given out after today. Locks may be obtained in Wills gymnasium. D. R. Hinman

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Sweet Leilani [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

Sweet Leilani Eloise Smith, Niles junior, who is one of the committee planning the Hawaiian rush party which the Tri-Sigs are giving tonight at the Robin Hood. Other committee members are Pauline Fagert, Bertha Kernen, Kay McDonald, Betty Ruggles, Martha Stevens and June Thomas.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Initiate New Members At K-P Club Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

Initiate New Members At K-P Club Meeting The Kinder-garten Primary club will hold its first business meeting next Wednesday, Oct. 11. A't this time the new members will be formally initiated and all committee members announced. The new yearbooks and directories, now in the process of publication, are to be distributed and the new officers for the year will be formally installed. They are: Martha Stevens, president; Margaret Williams, vice-president; Marjorie Diltz, secretary and Maxine Miller, treasurer.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
GLEE CLUBS REHEARSING [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939

GLEE CLUBS REHEARSING Preparations for the Christmas programs have been started by both the men and women's glee clubs. Numbers to be used at this time are now being selected. Prof. Bruce C. Handley, director of the men's glee club, is still accepting applications for the men's group while Prof. Elfleda Littlejohn rereports that 31 of the 55 members of the women's glee club are new this semester.

Publication Title: Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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