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The Other Side [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
The Other Side Editor's note: The opinions expressed in this column are those of the columnist. The Kent Stater accepts no responsibility for them. * # * Once upon a time —before KSU was Kent Normal school, before Mrs. Fogg ever dreamed that one day her Sammy would be the Grand Old Man of the fastest growing university in these United States and before Doc. Robert's dog "Colonel's" father was a pup, someone in some college got the wonderful idea of selling little, foolish hats to little, foolish frosh, of charging these frosh outrageous prices for them and of duly making these frosh wear these hats. That was very nice. # * * The scheme was so nice that other persons in other; Colleges rapidly filched it and made the freshmen in their institutions purchase hats. This hat became known as the Freshman Hat and now most,schools, ours included, have wise upperclassmen who rake off plenty for this or that campus organization by (forcing new students to kick in. Once more, we boringly ejacu...
Delegates Attend Pi Kap Convention [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Delegates Attend Pi Kap Convention Psi chapter of Pi Kappa Sigma sorority is sending five delegates to the District One convention of the group in Detroit today. The women will return Sunday. Martha Driver, president of the group, and Anita Totten, Edith Gerlach, Anna Dunn and Rose Zdesar are attending. The convention headquarters is at the Hotel Statler in Detroit with receptions, formal dinners, and a luncheon at the Dearborn inn on Sunday. Miss Mary Heidlebaugh of Cleveland is District One president and will be present.
Kappa. Sigs Plan Housewarming [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Kappa. Sigs Plan Housewarming Kappa Sigma Chi fraternity has moved into a new chapter house at 126 Linden road and are planning a housewarming on Tuesday evening to celebrate the event. Herbert Shaffer, social chairman, announced that Elmer Stewart Robert First, Charles Kasic and Vernon Beal will be in charge. Students and faculty are invited. Donald Rowley and Myron Bruno head the committee in charge of the smoker planned for Thursday, October 19.
K-P Club Engages Marionettes [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
K-P Club Engages Marionettes The Sue Hastings marionettes, acclaimed one of the 10 best attractions at the New York World's fair, where it played to over 2,000,000 people, will play at Kent State November 15 under the sponsorship of the Kindergarten-Primary club. Two performances for the children will be presented. £ , New members were initiated into the Kindergarten-Primary club last Wednesday. ThQ' ; qlub meets the first Wednesday of each month. v :
Temporary Officers Rule Engleman [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Temporary Officers Rule Engleman The temporary presiding officers at Engleman hall are, Lillian Foote, president; Mabel Esping, Carolyn Clausen, Sheila E'asterbrook, and Lois, Hawk, vice" presidents. Maude Folger is chairman for the dining room. The dormitory athletic manager, who is also WAA representative, is Margaret Bevilacqua. Others on the committee are Margaret Clark, Jane Stroup and Betty Grombacher. Engleman hall elections will be held at a general housemeeting next Wednesday. Nominations from the floor will supplement the list of nominees submitted by the nominating committee which consists of Phyllis Martin, chairman, Maxine Miller, Barbara Johnson, Mary Vlad and Betty Offensend. The final balloting will be on the following Wednesday. '
Hay-Ride Sponsored [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Hay-Ride Sponsored By KSU Publication Tonight, the 13th, is a lucky night for members of the Kent Stater, the Duchess, and the Chestnut Burr publications. The Chestnut Burr is sponsoring a hay ride from 8 to 12 stopping at Stafford Lake for entertainment and refreshments before returning home. Prof, and Mrs. A. Clarence Smith and Merrick Hill will take on the duties of chaperoning the party. Tickets may be purchased for 30 cents apiece or 50 cents a couple.
Off-Campus Club Plans Prom [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Off-Campus Club Plans Prom The Off-Campus Women's club is planning a "Co-ed Prom" on October 27. It is to be an all girls' affair, and the women may come in costume. Aileen Milligan, president, has appointed the following committee chairmen for the event: Rosalie McDade, music; Helen Harris, program; Grace Kingsley, publicity; Eileen Cook, decorations; and Marjorie Davis; tickets.
t Gamma Sigs Entertain [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
t Gamma Sigs Entertain Last night, the Gamma Sigma Phi's held the first sorority house warming of the year at their home on East Summit street. From 8 to 10 p. m. students, faculty members and relatives inspected the entire house. Arrangements for the evening were made by Janet Fish, social chairman, while Miss Harriet Adams and Mrs. Eula Kagarise chaperoned.
Some Say [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Some Say By Nat Floersheimer Tonight, although I am in the midst of Kent society, I sit in solitude. The ticking of the clock seems to drown out even the static from my radio. It seems to say, "It serves you right, it serves you light." If I called out, undoubtedly an echo would come back. For I'm sitting in a sorority house and I am the "campused co-ed." Even while "serving time" I can think back upon that grand assembly last Tuesday, where so many students cleared so many throats and sang. The selection of the tunes, and the general spirit of the assembly left the audience good natured even if they did have to stop in the middle of a song, or do a repeat performance. Noticed at that time that several faculty members were right in the front row singing with their organizations. To date no rumors are flying about (Prof.) grading. But then I have heard that one good apple deserves another. There was the usual titter, as the K-P club started to sing, which as usual was entirely unnece...
KMK's Attend Alliance Game [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
KMK's Attend Alliance Game KMK's are hoping tomorrow dawns bright and fair for they've i planned a full day. Meeting at the fraternity house the brothers and their guests are leaving for the Alliance game. Following the game they will attend "open house" at the Alliance Alpha Tau Omega house, returning to Kent for a treasure hunt. Bob Haberkost, Bruce Kreighbaum and Howard Ressenger have charge of arrangements. Dr. and Mrs. A. Sellew Roberts and Prsf. and Mrs. Adrien Van Wyen are acting as chaperones. !
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Cider—delivered. 10c-25c per gallon depending upon quantity. H. H. Morrow —dial 4079. Starting Monday... You may order your lunch as you like. Full line of sandwiches, coffee, tea and milk. Full lunches will still be available. BLAIR'S 528 E. Summit SAVE—BUY A MEAL TICKET SENIORS. . . It is necessary that all seniors who have their pictures in the 1940 Chestnut Burr have photographs taken as soon as possible. Each senior is allowed to select the best of six proofs. There is no charge for these proofs or for the picture in the Burr. Students may purchase additional portraits, if they so desire. DO IT NOW... A temporary studio has been set up in the southeast corner of the library basement. The photographer will be on the campus today and for a few days next week. Do not delay. Have your Burr photograph taken as soon as possible. The Chestnut Burr
Flashes, Mounts Resume Rivalry [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Flashes, Mounts Resume Rivalry Game Marks First Meeting With Raiders Since 1934 Football relations between Kent State university and Mount Union will be resumed tomorrow at Alliance when the Flashes play their first game against the Purple Raiders since 1934. The game will be the feature of the Mount Union annual fall homecoming. Dean Winsper, who sparkled in Kent's opening game with Lawrence Tech, will see action' tomorrow after being confined to the infirmary with a swollen lymph gland, according to Coach "Rosy" Starn. The homecoming issue of the Mount Union college bulletin which has just been released says, "Mount Union will have its hands full to hand Kent the licking she should get. This young university has increased its enrollment by leaps and bounds." The bulletin, went on to say that Kent has been building strong athletic teams and would consider their season a success if they could carry Mount's football scalp back to Portage county. Harry Getz, mentor of the Alliance tea...
Notre Dame Irish May Come to Kent [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Notre Dame Irish May Come to Kent Notre Dame's big ramblers may come to Kent State. The most publicized football team in the nation may execute their famed "T" formation plays right in our own back yard. All of this depends on Elmer Lay den's selection practice field for his well known charges. In a letter from Coach G. Donald Starn to Notre Dame's Coach Elmer Layden, Starn gave the big school permission to use the Kent State football facilities in preperation for their traditional game with Navy which will be held in Cleveland on October 21. The letter is as follows: Elmer Layden University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, Indiana I invite you, your staff, and team to use all athletic facilities of Kent State university prior to the Notre Dame-Navy game October 21, as our guests. Kent is located 25 miles south of Cleveland. G. D. Starn
Women's Sports Review [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 October 1939
Women's Sports Review By Lindy Barch Fellows: Does your girl walk with a limp? Does she groan when she goes up and down steps? Does she lack her usual pep? Well, don't be too hard on her. She is probably a member of Mrs. Harvey's Modern Dance class — which is really tough on the gals—. They're all powerful stiff, boys—so go easy—eh? They-11 come out of it —we hope! One casualty among the soccer players Monday. A bea-u-ti-ful bloody nose! It happened on the 50-yard line, just as Butch was about to kick Blondie in the teeth. Incidently, soccer is much more like football than football is! Spectators at that game —it's played down there by the library—seemed to have difference of opinion concerning the main attraction on that part of the campus. The ladies watched the band boys practice and the fellows watched the gals kick the ball around. Did you know that badminton is a faster game than tennis — when played correctly? No kiddin'.