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Some Say [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939
Some Say By Nat Floersheimer There has always been the same war cry around these parts concerning the first paragraph of this column. Naturally each individual would like to see his organization appear first . . . and just as naturally, it can't be done. The second alternative I've been offered . . . is to allot each Greek group the same amount of space . . . and I'll let you draw your own conclusions on that point. . Before I start I'll save you a bit of time by saying that 10 words is the minimum, maximum and limit . . . and they will be taken alphabetically, regardless of sex connections. Here goes: ALPHA PHI fraternity that offers the manhood cup . . . Prexy Marge Hunt of the ALPHA OMEGA sorority has returned . . . The BETA GAMMAS who live on College street are planning . . . The GAMMA SIGMA PHl's have recently offered an honorary position. J Then the DELTS always remind us of songs and serenading . . . THETA SIGS have Miss Pearl Phillips and Miss Ada Hyatt . . . KMK's president...
Fall Fashions For Cold Coeds [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939
Fall Fashions For Cold Coeds So you're going to the football game again! After the bevy of costumes ycu saw last week, undoubtedly you're at a loss for the proper attire. Here's a suggestion or two. As you all know these fad days are inclined to be plenty chilly, so .f you're not inclined to be an Eskimo —dress • warmly. Cardigan sweater sets in half tones, are t proving very popular in the eastern girl's schools. The short-sleeved inner sweater is of a pastel shade while the outer flannel cardigan is dark and can be worn to anything but church and formals. You needn't be a coward to have cold feet and these come free of charge at any football game. Last year it was angora sweaters and mittens and this year that proverbial mad hatter gives another product the angora sock. These tootsie warmers come in every color imaginable and can be secured with tyrolian embroidery, monograms or full name embroidered around the cuff. All sorts of coats will be worn from new spring reefer to the la...
News Travels While KSU Students Sleep [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939
News Travels While KSU Students Sleep While some students sleep and others study, the Kent State journalism classes get their news over the recently installed CrosleyFacsimile news receiver, which was loaned to them by Cleveland radio station WHK. It is here solely for experimental purposes to demonstrate to the journalism classes the new method of receiving news The recei'ver is automatically on from 1:30 to 2:30 a. m. and the latest news is written on a sheet of paper 4 1-2 inches wide which moves through the machine at the rate of three feet an hour. Kent's journalism department was one of the first places selected for experimental purposes. The receivers are manufactured by the Crosley radio corporation.
Kappa Sigma Chi's Hold Weiner Roast [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939
Kappa Sigma Chi's Hold Weiner Roast The Kappa Sigma Chi fraternity will go in a body to the football game tomorrow and from there directly to a weiner roast at the American Legion park in Ravenna. From 6 until 11 p. m. they will enjoy themselves to music provided by Elmer Stewart. Refreshments and entertainment are being planned by Herb Shaffer, Harry Kilby, and Walt Holms. The chaperons will be Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Baum, Mr. and. Mrs. John Starrett and Miss Irma Carl.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939
For that Kent State U. and Heidelberg game My floral suggestion remains the same. Just phone your order for that date And buy a mum to celebrate. Last week we won; let's win this too Let's wear the colors Gold and Blue. Just phone Terese Green — Dial 4565, 414 E'. Main St. —To please you I'll strive. Adv. SHOWS MAT. 2:00 EVE. 6:15 SATURDAY . . . 11:30 P. M. . . . THEN SUNDAY AND MONDAY BETTE GEORGE MIRIAM DAVIS BRENT HOPKINS "THE OLD MAID" 2 HITS . . . TUES &amp; WED. ... 2 HITS "FOUR FEATHERS" and "CONSPIRACY" William Bosworth DeWitt C. Cox, Jr. Ray* W. Green 114 E. Oak St. 430 Woodard 619 EL Main
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939
| We needn't tell the | upper classmen—j Because they remember | the quick service, friendly [ atmosphere, music and social I life that has made the Captain Brady Restaurant their j meeting place for years. ■' | But may we assure the | freshmen—- ! j That you will always be | welcome, to our spacious din- : ing room, balcony and base- | ment. Whether it's a toast- ! an d-coffee breakfast, an \ afternoon pick-me-up coca- | cola or sundae, or a porterj house steak dinner . . . we 2 promise satisfaction and the | traditional, collegiate good 2 cheer of the Captain Brady ■= Restaurant . . . Student help ! in a restaurant for the stuI dents of K. S. U. ! I At the foot of Your CamYour Meeting Place THE CAPTAIN BRADY
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939
EleclrfS FDFF| Ca Radio &gt;Ut rULLI tyJlta'll win, it &lt;st Kent State All-wave. No aerial, no ground, no plug-in. Plays outdoors, indoors, anywhere. A Portable Battery Set. Every student can use one. You shall have music wherever you go! Dance anywhere. Fine on long evenings, alone or not. Take it skating, hiking, traveling! YAI IDC '° 'he student who best completes this sentence ■ W ; n 20 words or less: "SheafFer's Fineline pencil is best for classroom work because " UIKITC on Fineline Facts to help you write the winning I n 11w ■ kind of entry: . . because Fineline's double ll length, thin, strong leads are permanently sharp" ". . . because It its balance and firmly-held point enables me to make graphs, 11 \ sketches, mechanical drawings, faithlessly." "... because its It long leads seem never to wear out —great stuff in class""... I*l because so fine a line makes small notations and interlining Ifli easy." ". . . because its same-weight hairline is perfect for...
Golden Flashes Open Ohio Conference Season Starnmen Hope to Duplicate Last Year's 22-6 Triumph [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939
Golden Flashes Open Ohio Conference Season Starnmen Hope to Duplicate Last Year's 22-6 Triumph Kent's Golden Flashes will meet two acid tests when they take the field against the Student Princes of Heidelberg college tomorrow, at Rockwell field. The game will provide Coach "Rosy" Starn's boys with their first taste of Ohio conference opposition, and in addition, offer the Flashes an opportunity to crack the Heidelberg jinx on the home field. In last meeting between the schools, the Starnmen defeated the Princes at Tiffin, 22-6, marking the first time that Kent has defeated a Heidelberg football team. Injuries Worry Starn Since the opening game with Lawrence Tech last week, Coach Starn has had a chance to smooth the rough edges which showed in the 20-6 victory .However, the distinction of having the most furrowed brow in Kent this week belongs to Starn. With injuries piling up continually, the job of finding the right combination has been made more difficult. At press time, it was re...
KSU-Findlay Game Moved Up [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939
KSU-Findlay Game Moved Up A change in the KSU grid schedule has been announced by Coach "Rosy" Starn. The game with Findlay, originally scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 21, has been moved up to Friday, Oct. 20. Chief reason for this change is the NavyNotre Dame game played in Cleveland that day. Two local games will take place at Rockwell stadium on the former date.
Students May Win Passes to Theatre [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939
Students May Win Passes to Theatre Those students who find their names listed in the theatre ad are to present themselves with proper identification to Winona Eyre, promotion manager, in the KENT STATER office. Nine passes to the Kent Theatre are being given away weekly to those students who find their names in the Kent Stater ad, as arranged by THE KENT STATER.
PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939
PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS Game Time—2:3o KENT HEIDELBERG No. Position No. Boliantz 32 LE 49 Nehls Blackstock 23 LT 37 Brand Kordinak 20 LG 30 Brodbeck Miller 14 C 21 Hartman Chesleski 17 RG 33 Miller Porowski 26 RT 38 Auck Hansen 39 RE 50 Timko Cardinal (c) 99 Q 47 Turney Cortesi 33 LH 48 Light Horwedel 37 RH 17 Sharrock Jones 55 F 41 Nelson
Intramural Season Opens With Horseshoe Pitching Tournament [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939
Intramural Season Opens With Horseshoe Pitching Tournament Intramural sports were set off to a good start this week with the opening of the horseshoe pitching contest The Kappa Sig's, who were represented in the horseshoe tournament doubles by Kirk Lowery and Elmer Stewart, claimed the first victory by the score of 21-6 at the expense of Phi Beta Phi's Vincent Booron and Gene Marthey. In the singles, however, Vernor Steiner of the Phi Beta's downed John Page of the Kappa Sig's. The Delts emerged victorious in both meets. Joe Price took the singles from William White of the Alpha Phi Beta, 21-0 and 21-6. The doubles was forfeited by the Betas. Henry La Torraca of the Kappa Mu Kappas defeated Bill Swallow of the Sigma Tau Gammas by the scores of 21-8, 7-21 and 21-8. In the doubles, Kenneth Trow and Dick Wiland of the Gammas took a long decision over George Bulencia and Clayton Heinlen of the KMK's, 21-13, 17-21 and 22-14. The men's independent league opened hostilities Tuesday evening...
Show Player Pigskin Traits Is Theory of Coach Novotny [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939
Show Player Pigskin Traits Is Theory of Coach Novotny On many occasions, a newcomer to KSU who is looking over the football team for the first time, is surprised when someone tells him that the halfback who is puncturing the defense, gathering in passes, and kicking the pigskin a country mile isn't the star of the team, but the backfield coach. That man is Ray Novotny, who has a philosophy that the best way to teach a man the gentle art of football is to show him instead of telling him. 16 Years on Gridiron He has had plenty of experience to back that theory up, having just retired from active football after playing 16 consecutive years in high school, college and professional ranks. Cleveland West Tech high was the scene of the beginning of Novotny's career, playing halfback on the squad that copped the city football championship in 1924, and guard on the basketball team that took top honors the same year. He also was a bulwark of the track team, participating in the 100-yard dash ...
FLASHES about FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 6 October 1939
FLASHES about FLASHES Bob Kenyon Sport Smiles: Joe Begala relates this one. When Joe was a bit younger, in fact a college student himself at Ohio university, he was a crack wrestler. Some time before an important match, Begala came up with a set of nicely cracked ribs. Joe had to wrestle to secure the necessary points, so it was Coach Olson who conceived the idea of placing the tape on the opposite side of the body to distract the opponents attention from the injury. It happened that the opponent was a gentleman and didn't want to take advantage of a man's broken ribs, so he gave Joe the works on the untaped side. As Joe says, "He almost killed me." * * * Random Notes: Ping Pong players ask about more tables. They are actually waiting in long lines for the three tables in the downstairs gym corridor. Bob Fry, backstroker, attended school in California this summer. Roman Wojno, Fry and he are as Tweedle Dee is to Tweedle Dum, picked up Bob after his jaunt to the west coast and the pa...