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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 October 1939
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
The Kent Stater Vol XV, No. 10 Kent State University, Friday, October 13, 1939 Whole No. 584 THE KENT STATER Kent State University, Kent, Ohio The KENT STATER is published three times a wee*, Monday, Wednesday 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 1879. Printed by the P. B. Bonsall Printing Co., 138 E. Main St., Kent, Ohio. The Kent Stater is a member of the Associated Collegiate Press and Collegiate Digest. (Represented by National Advertising Service, Inc., 420 Madison ave., New York. Subscription Price $2.75 Per Year Jack Watts Editor-in-Chief Joseph S. Blair. Jr Business Manager Betty Crampton Edition Editor Assistant edition editors: Tom Bates and Clyde Friar; society editor, Natalie Floersheimer; sports editor, Bob Kenyon; promotion manager, Winona Eyre; religious editor, Ruth Killsrrove; exchang...
Pros and Cons [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Pros and Cons By Charles Maglione Editor's note: The Stater is initiating a column in which students and faculty will be questioned as to their stand on current political, economic and social problems. The first series concerns neutrality ( and has been limited to faculty members. ♦ * * Kent State university's opinion on the present neutrality question is just as diversified as that found in the nation's capitol, a survey made yesterday showed. A poll among faculty members of the departments dealing with world affairs, revealed a general opinion that this country can and will avoid the present European conflict. In what manner can the United States best do this, was another question. Consensus seemed to favor enactment of President Roosevelt's "cash and carry" plan. When interviewed on the question of retention of the present embargo act, or revision of the law to allow the "cash-and-carry," members of the political science, history and journalism departments seemed to favor repeal ...
Seventeen Eligible For Flight Course [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Seventeen Eligible For Flight Course Seventeen students, two of whom are girls, have passed the final physical examination for the aeronautics course. This definitely enrolls them in the course. At present every student who has taken the final examination has passed. The final total of students applying for the course is 82, but many of them have dropped out because of failure to pass the strict preliminary examinations. Those students definitely enrolled in the flying course are: Mary Sheriff, Mary Jane Wilson, Robert Schwering, Alan Sophrin, George Davis, El-win Bailey, Wilford Terrill, Lewis DeWeese, Jr., Arnold Bereit, Donald Dietz, Robert Heighton, James McCune, Robert J. Mathews, Fred Swasey, Harold Weil, Wayne Wilkin and Robert Stueve. The instructor for the ground course, who must be approved by Washington, has not yet been selected. Classes in ground school work, however, are expected to begin in a week or 10 days.
Campus Scene Of Convention [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Campus Scene Of Convention Members of Home Economics clubs from colleges and universities in Northeastern Ohio will meet here Saturday, October 21, for their regional conference. Miss Helen Robertson, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, will address the group on the place of the home economist in business. Following a luncheon and a short business meeting, tea will be served in the Home Economics department in Kent hall. The visitors will then be taken on a tour of the campus. The schools to be represented at the conference are: Akron university, Hiram college, Baldwin-Wal-lace, Lake Erie college, Flora-Stone Mather and Kent State. It is hoped that Notre Dame in Cleveland will join the conference group this this year.
Kent Stater Inaugurates 'Leebrick Day' [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Kent Stater Inaugurates 'Leebrick Day' Leebrick Day will be celebrated by Kent State university Tuesday, Oct. 24. Honoring Dr. K. C. Leebrick's first anniversary as president of the university, the Kent Stater is arranging an "all-university" affair which it is hoped will be the newest campus tradition. Plans for the day are not yet completed but the 11 o'clock assembly on Tuesday will have as main speaker Prof. Clyde Miller, head of the Institute 4 of Public Opinion at Columbia university. Dr. Leebrick was inducted into the presidency on Oct. 21, 1938 but because he will be away from the university on that date the assembly will be held October 24.
More 'Housekeeping' ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
More 'Housekeeping' ... The Kent Stater cleaned Kent of slot machines. Now we find we have some housecleaning to do at home. Flaunting university rules, in the main hall on a rather nondescript piece of notepaper was information concerning a football pool which was being conducted on the campus by two students at the request of an Akron organization. If the city of Kent is no place for slot machines —and it isn't —certainly the university is no place for football pools. Let football pools keep off the campus. Let college students who sell this "racket" be disciplined.—BC
Notice [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Notice The grills recently completed as a part of the Works, Progress administration development in the center of the campus are ready for use. Organizations and individual students desiring to use these grills are required to secure cards from the president's office and register with David Hinmen, who may be found in Mr. Dirkson's office. This is required in order that the university authorities will be assured that all fires are extinguished., It will be necessary for the users of the grills to keep them clean and to destroy all papers and refuse. It is hoped that many organizations and students will avail themselves of the opportunity to use the grills. There are seven single and one large grill with four fireplaces. Please follow the regulations of scheduling so that hours and dates may be recorded thus avoiding an conflicts and permitting as many students as possible to have access to the grills. K. C. Leebrick.
Educators To Convene For Weekend [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Educators To Convene For Weekend Edmundson Addresses Group Tonight in Auditorium Dr. J. B. Edmundson, dean of the University of Michigan's school of education, will address the educators gathered on the campus for the tenth annual Teacher Training and departmental conference tonight at 8:15 in the university auditorium. Dr. Edmundson speaks on "What is Ahead in Education" and the meeting is open to the public. The full schedule for today's activity includes the session for visiting classes in the university and training schools at 8 a. m. and the speech by Dr. L. J. Korb, superintendent of East Cleveland schools, in the training school auditorium, at 2:15 p. m. The proposed dinner for Friday evening has been changed to an informal get-to-gether at the Robin Hood at 6 p. m. Maurice and Heer Speak Following Dr. Korb, E. D. Maurice, superintendent of Stark county schools speaks and will be answered by Dr. A. L. Heer, director: of the university training' school. The afternoon session w...
-- Briefs -- [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
-- Briefs -- A two-reel "thriller" showing the activities of the journalism students throughout the last academic year and filmed by Henry Beck will be previewed at the next meeting of the journalism student body. The meeting will be held in the main dining room of the Robin Hood at 8 p. m., Monday, October 16. Members of the practicing press have been invited. * * * The meeting room of student council has been changed to 108 Kent hall. Meetings are held at 4 p. m. on Mondays. Anyone having business pertinent to council is invited to attend these meetings. Gordon Hostettler, president. * * * ' Seniors notice: All pictures must be taken by Monday, October 16 at 4 p. m. Have your pictures taken immediately and turn in your proof as soon as possible. ♦ * * There will be a business meeting of all those who wish to work on the business staff of the Chestnut Burr in the Burr office, Monday, Oct. 16 at 4 p. m. * * He The men's union will sponsor a forum on student affairs in the assembly T...
"Sparkle" [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
"Sparkle" The young Heidelberg miss who grouped the photographers about her last Saturday started something. Our marching band that aroused the stands with its music might improve by adding two girl majorettes or stunt girls. These girls do not necessarily have to be a part of the band musically. But, a couple of "charming" young females can add sparkle to any band. —CP —K—
"We Will be Prepared" [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
"We Will be Prepared" The university flying course sponsored by the federal government is going to give about 40 students an opportunity to become 'pilots. The purpose of this training is peaceful. But, it should be valuable in the event of war. It is set up by the government to give instruction in theory and in actual flying that could not be received elsewhere for 10 times the cost. It wants to make students feel "at home in the air." Further, it can be a foundation to a flying career. This course which is given through the Civil Aeronautics-authority gives civilian pilots training, but it will enable us to say "We are prepared." This opportunity serves the individual and helps to make our country safe from foreign power.—CP —K—
Fall Conference [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Fall Conference Tomorrow Kent State will be host to its graduates, administrators and teachers from Northeastern Ohio. The Fall Education conference held annually gives those who are teaching a chance to acquaint themselves with present educational trends. This conference gives these students in the college of education an opportunity to hear experts in their field. Each department is expecting its own teachers to return for the conference. This should give undergraduate students a chance to talk to those who are teaching. This evening at the general conference, Dr. J. B. Edmonson, Dean, school of education, University of Michigan will speak on "What is Ahead in Education?" Tomorrow, the departments have invited various persons to discuss their problems. Interesting displays and demonstrations will add interest to these meetings.—CP —K— Miami students are not permitted to keep cars within the town and must petition special permission from the president's office to use them on specia...
Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Letters to the Editor Editor: The editorial concerning student government which appeared in the Stater of last Wednesday calls for no reply, but it certainly merits several supplementary remarks. Unfortunately , while this editorial condemned the Student Council because "they have not done enough," it failed to point to specific instances wherein the Council should and has not functioned. In not too concrete terms it is suggested that "general conduct on the campus" is the responsibility of Student Council and that Council should also "supervise or direct all activities." Obviously that is a rather large order for any one body. Being a representative body, Council does not so much establish student opinion as it reflects it. In reality the level of campus conduct is the responsibility of the student body as a whole. For example, Council can request, for the good of the school, that disturbances in the library reading rooms be kept to a minimum; but compliance with this request is up...