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Let Them Dry [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 October 1939
Let Them Dry Changable weather conditions are dangerous to tennis courts. If the courts are wet, be considerate and let them dry before playing on them.—CP —K— Auburn Plainsman, official Alabama Polytech publication, claims that they have a swing band that plays in a "light and easy style of swing that reminds one of Kay Kyser." Maybe, the old professor has been wasting his money . . . ask Mr. Lucky Strike.
Up-town Lowdown [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 October 1939
Up-town Lowdown By Bob Kenyon Influwench Marty Jane Thomas is growing popular by the minute . . . Shame on the Delts for their attempted wangle of the Tri-Sigs. Wouldn't the Sigma girls look pretty foolish abdicating with three certain positions to be born from the present political set-up? ... If the guy that invented the phrase "You know it," had it copyrighted, it would leave Maxie Connor speechless. Cubaby Jane Rieker's column is up to the usual high school standards of the Buchtelite columnists ... So great were the Deans, Dizzy and Daffy, that their pictures still decorate the cover of one paper tablet concern . . . Ask Ernie Williams about the spider and the fly. It's pretty good this season. Sounds in the Night: At the Brady, "She has so many wrinkles, she has to screw her hat on." Robin Hood, "If rain every hit his coat it would fold up like Venetian blinds." At the Hotel, "Put a cherry in it Bud, think I wan't to drink it on an empty stomach?" At the Cottage, "She's dating...
Ted Charles [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 October 1939
Ted Charles Much to do about nothing . . . Discuss the parking situation . . . To get pictures of innocent victims playing slot machines and losing their money, Bob Seese gave a freshman a nickel and told him to p'ay the machine . . . the freshman inserted the nickel, pulled the lever, the picture was snapped—out came five nickels . . . Crime Does Not Pay??? The eyes and ears of the world . . . not Paramount news, but Cantor and Gable . . . The perfect crime . . . Kent 6, Mt. Union, 7 . . . the newest theory on perpetual motion —registration at Kent State university. A word to the wise is sufficient girls —Away to a man's heart is through his stomach —But not with a knife . . . Why mothers get, gray ... No henna . . . How to keep from getting old . . . Die at birth . . . The newest fad of the week, upper class boys dating freshman girls to hear about the boy back home . . . Just call 'em Dorothy Dix . . . The university colors . . . Blonde.
Kent in Past [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 October 1939
Kent in Past Taken From Stater Files Head Coach Merle "Wagoner declared, "No-college football team, will be in better condition to take the field this fall than the grid squad that will represent Kent State college." # * * The astronomy class under Mr. Gingery took a field trip to Hiram college where they visited the observatory. * * # The men at Kent State formed a moustache club. The objective being to grow the cutest growth in the shortest period of time. * * * The organization of the Pan Hellenic council has just been com.pleted. * * * Prof. S. A. Harbourt was quoted as saying, "The best way to rid the country of had laws is to obey them; the surest way of attaining a democracy is to take part in the government."
Inside Out [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 October 1939
Inside Out by Stew Fern It may never occur to those Kent State students who have never attended any other college that they are enjoying membership in a student body as democratic and homogeneous as that found only on the campuses of private colleges and universities. If those students should take residence at the ( usual state or city-owned institution they would find this fundamental difference in their attitude toward the rest of the student body: instead of dividing the students into 90, percent those who are considered eligible for acquaintance and friendship and the balance of 10 percent those they'd rather not be associated with, the division would be 10 percent ( eligibles and 90 percent unacceptable. On that other pub-licly-owned campus the 90 percent would be composed of 10 percent smug "hotchas," 30 percent foreign element, 10 percent those,without the minimum of social background, and about 40 percent, those who don't, "speak the language." On Kent's campus, the 10 perce...
Campus Ramblings [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 October 1939
Campus Ramblings By Virginia Fredericks I could write about the problems of college students and I really have one big one in mind. Would someone please tell me how some people manage to get all their studying done and do justice by their social life and still know what's going on in other places besides Kent. It's the newspapers that have me baffled. By the time I get hold of one it is usually days old and since I have missed the others that have gone before jit and of course those after it . . . it really doesn't make much sense. I have felt that it was my duty to read about the European situation since history was being made. But it all seems awfully far away and unreal to me. I just can't get very excited about their problems . . . they seem horrible to me —but I guess I am just a good example of self-centeredness of the American people. I've developed a philosophy on the thing which makes a good excuse for me when people say "did you read about that awful battle on that unprono...
Blue Key Extends Membership To Professor William Taylor [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 October 1939
Blue Key Extends Membership To Professor William Taylor (Photo on Page 1) Prof. William Taylor, chairman of the journalism department, has been elected to membership in Blue Key, men's national honorary service fraternity. Professor Taylor will be one of five faculty members of Blue Key. Other members besides Professor Taylor are, Dr. K. C. Leebrick, Dean Earl W. Crecraft. Dean Arden L. Allvn and Prof. C. E. Satterfieid, who is working on his doctorate at Columbia university while on leave of absence for one year. "Part of the responsibility of helping this university to become one of the leading American institutions of higher learning lies on the shoulders of Blue Key men," Professor Taylor stated early Monday morning following acceptance of the bid. "The men of Blue Key represent the leaders among undergraduates," Professor Taylor noted, saying that he considers "the appointment as a distinct honor."
Offer Courses In Astronomy [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 October 1939
Offer Courses In Astronomy Two 12-lecture courses in astronomy are being offered to students by Richard Emmons, student astronomer, Dean Musselman announced today. Elementary astronomy classes will meet at 4 p. m. each Wednesday, starting October 11, and intermediate course classes will meet each Tuesday from 7:30 to 9 p. m., beginning October 10. Students may register at any time.
society ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 October 1939
society ... Varsity "K" Meeting Varsity "K" meeting in the N» E. library room at 8 p. m. today. Bob Potts, president. * * * Newman Club Meets The first business meeting of the school year of of the campus Newman club will take place tomorrow night at 7:30 p. m. at St. Patrick's school hall. * * * Notices to be Removed All notices posted on the bulletin boards between Kent and Merrill halls, that are not in compliance with the rules stated in the "K" book, will be promptly removed. * # » Burr Staff Meets There will be an important meeting of all Chestnut Burr staff members this afternoon at 4 o'clock in 112 M. All those not present will be dropped from the staff. * * * Satterfield Columbia Prof. C. E. Satterfield, formerly head of the English department, is working on his doctorate at Columbia university. His residence address is 509 West 121 street, New York city. * * * International Relations Club Meets All majors or minors in. sociology, and anyone interested in international affa...
Some Say [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 October 1939
Some Say By Nat Floersheimer Much has happened since this time last week. The football team added another victory to its scoreboard, the university rated a lot of publicity in last Sunday's Beacon Journal, fraternity pins have been planted and uprooted and about five journalism students were locked tip for awhile. Many fraternities and sororities have new housemothers this semester. In addition to their new house the KAPPA SIGMA CHl's chose Mrs. Ruby Starrett, formerly of Tiffin, wife of Coach "Rabbit" Starrett to be theirs. This is Mrs. Starretts first year as housemother. Mrs. Paul Geiger of Massillon watches over the SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA's this year. Last year she did the same for the Beta Phi Alpha sorority at Wittenberg college. From Niles came Mrs. Eula Kagarise to live with the GAMMA SIGMA PHl's in their new house. This is the first year she has acted in this capacity. Mrs. Mary Stadler of Kent plays guardian angel for KAPPA MU [ KAPPA in their home this year. Formerly Mrs. Stad...
Burr, Gammas Hold Hayrides [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 October 1939
Burr, Gammas Hold Hayrides Chestnut Burr Friday the 13th may be a had day to hold a party, according to superstitious people, but it doesn't stop the Chestnut Burr from sponsoring a hayride for Kent State's three publications. All students that work on the Chestnut Burr, Kent Stater or Duchess are invited to come. They may bring a guest or a guest couple. The place of the hayride is being held a secret till the night of the party. Refreshments will be served.
Flashes Play Homecoming Game at Alliance Saturday [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 October 1939
Flashes Play Homecoming Game at Alliance Saturday Kent's Golden Flashes, although victorious in their first two starts, will face their first real test of the season Saturday when they oppose Mount Union at Alliance in a homecoming contest. Records of these colleges in relation to the games played this year—Kent with two straight wins and Mount with one win and two losses —do not by any&lt;s chance indicate an easy victory for the Flashes, although the local gridders are expected to take the Purple Raiders into camp by at least seven points. The Mounties of Alliance started out the season with a scratch in the win column, but lost the next two tilts. They were defeated 6-0 by Miami university on the day that Kent made its debut of the season and the Raiders were again held scoreless last Saturday while Muskingum tallied 14 points. Among the 31 Alliance players, 11 of them are lettermen back from last season. Four Mounties stand out on the roster. E|d Sabo, tackle, and Howard...