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Theatre Men Lose Contest to Barbs [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 16 October 1939
Theatre Men Lose Contest to Barbs One of the most decisive battles of the horseshoe tournament was played Wednesday night as the Barbs took both singles and doubles from the Theatre boys without losing a game. Hubert Lawrence defeated Joe Calta in straight sets 21-16, 21-15 and Charles Goshen' triumphed over George Sheers 21-5 and 21-0. In the other match Kirk Lowery took an early lead over Wilbur La Masters ,to finish, in front by the scores of 21-12 and 21-7. In the second match Charles went on to win the singles for the Barbs when he defeated Paul Steffen of the Rho De Rho. In the doubles the Barbs suffered their first defeat of the afternoon when William Bradbury and Frank Fair soundly trounced Hubert Lawrence and Kirk Lowery.
Williams Scores Tying Touchdown [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 16 October 1939
Williams Scores Tying Touchdown Intercepting a pass on the 50yard stripe, Ernest Williams raced the remainder of the field for a touchdown as the Sigma Tau Gamma's gained a 13-13 deadlock with the alumnae on the university gridiron yesterday afternoon in a game of touch-football. Richard Wiland scored the first touchdown for the active Gamma's and scored the extra point on a pass. John Farranacci, Kent State high band director and member of the alumnae team, tallied seven points.
Women’s Sports Review [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 16 October 1939
Women’s Sports Review The women at Kent are really interested in Sports! Yes siree, last week when a call for athletic managers and representatives was sent out, an enthusiastic group of leaders attended the meeting, held for the purpose of organizing teams for participation in the various activities offered by the Women's Athletic Association. The new zoning system which is being used for the first time here at Kent, is going to call for a lot of patience and cooperation from every women's organization on the campus. So let's have some real lively competition girls—oh yes, who did you say was going to win that participation cup? Orchids, (or lilies?), to Mary Jane Wilson and Mary Sheriff, the gals who are taking up Kent's newest sport, aviation. Good luck, kids! Evidently modern dancing is not the only activity that makes one stiff. How about the girls who sport jodphurs every Monday Wednesday and Friday at 4 o'clock? For the benefit of those of you who are working for participatio...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 16 October 1939
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 16 October 1939
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 October 1939
The Kent Stater Complete News Coverage of America's Fastest Growing University Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Wednesday, October 18, 1939 &lt;e^|pl^&gt;l Whole Number, 586 Volume XV, Number 12 z 568 THE KENT STATER Kent State University, Kent, Ohio The KENT STATER is published three times a week, Monday,, Wednesday and Friday during the regular university year and weekly during the summer term. Publication suspended during vacations. Bntered 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 Tear Jack Watts Editor-in-Chief Joseph S. Blair, Jr Business Manager Robert Kenyon Edition Editor Assistant Edition Editors Stewart Fern and Bob Hirt; society edit...
Student Representatives to Faculty Committees Announced by Council [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 October 1939
Student Representatives to Faculty Committees Announced by Council Student representatives to six faculty committees were nominated at student council meeting Monday, with final appointment of the 17 delegates resting with President K. C. Leebrick. Council president, Gordon Hostettler opened the meeting by stating that in an effort to speed the already delayed action, he had gone to the chairmen of the involved committees to get names for council to affirm. These he presented, and votes were taken for the various appointments, with several changes passed. On the publications committee, council affirmed Kay Maloney, John Powell and Ernestine Baumgardner with little discussion. On the committee for fraternity relations it was deemed advisable to choose Martha Jane Thomas, president of Pan-Hellenic league, and Lester Morato, president of interfraternity council. It was debated as to whether non-Greeks should be represented, but it was thought best to name them because this committee wa...
Modern Scenery In 'Ethan Frome' [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 October 1939
Modern Scenery In 'Ethan Frome' Not only does "Ethan Frome," homecoming play, offer opportunity in characterization and subtle developing of the story by" the actors, but an opportunity to use a different type of modern scenic interpretation. The most unique of all the scenes is the exterior of the village church social hall. Through the windows gay shadows in the lights show through, contrasting with the cold, solemn figure of Ethan Frome standing neath the window. This contrast of moods, the gay, frolicing crowd within, and the depressed man without. Great dexterity on the part of the stagecraft class and the N. Y. A. students assisting in the erection of the scenery, have with only a few modifications recreated the whole scenery of Joe Melzeiner, who designed the original sets for the New York production.
STUDENTS PURCHASE BOOKS FOR LIBRARY [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 October 1939
STUDENTS PURCHASE BOOKS FOR LIBRARY Augmenting 98 volumes previously purchased cooperatively, more gift books continue to flow to the shelves of Rockwell library daily from classes in sociology,education, history and speech. Students began this procedure when they learned that the library lacked certain research books and the ready funds with which to buy them.
Double Feature Shown at Robin Hood Monday Night for Faculty, Students [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 October 1939
Double Feature Shown at Robin Hood Monday Night for Faculty, Students Tait in Honolulu Bob Tait a former university student is now in Honolulu, according to a card received from him recently. With the assistance of J. P. Leebrick, brother of the university president, and Riley Allen, editor of the Honolulu Star Bulletin, Tait is attempting to find work in the islands. He will return in February to complete his schooling at Kent State university. Journalism students and faculty members enjoyed movies last Monday at the Robin Hood. The lower hall was the scene of the journalism meet while the upper hall was given over to the faculty discussions. Dr. A. Sellew Roberts conducted the movies at the faculty meeting. Approximately 40 persons viewed the historic places which Prof. Roberts had visited while on his tour of Europe.
Frosh Take Bad Yelling Into Hand [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 October 1939
Frosh Take Bad Yelling Into Hand A "new deal" in school spirit and cheering at the football games is what the class of 1943 will contribute to KSU, if plans of Mickey Dover, freshman cheerleader, materialize. The freshmen intend to give the dignified upper classmen a few lessons in the art of making themselves heard on the gridiron, beginning this Friday at the Findlay game, and continuing throughout the rest of the season. Pep Rally Held A mass pep rally, exclusively for freshmen, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clck in the auditorium. Freshmen will be excused from classes in order that they may attend. They will be taught a few simple yells, and will devote their time in rehearsing them. They will then be assigned a separate section of the stands for the Findlay game, and on Friday a sea of freshman caps, and a huge group of freshmen voices will unite in giving the team a greeting the like of which has never been heard on a KSU football field. Whole Hearted Approval Express...
Petty Thief Gets $28 and Watch [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 October 1939
Petty Thief Gets $28 and Watch Richard Anter, freshman student from Cleveland, returned to his locker Monday afternoon after freshman football practice to find that his locker had been opened, and that a gold wrist watch and $2B in cash had been stolen from his pockets. The lock on the locker door was locked just as he had left it. Anter believes someone might have known the combination to his lock, or else manipulated it until it opened. The theft was reported to Dean Raymond E. Manchester.
Portage County Alumni Association Meets Tonight [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 October 1939
Portage County Alumni Association Meets Tonight The Portage county alumni association of Kent State university will hold a meeting at the banquet room of the Vale Edge dairy building this evening at 6:30. Dr. K. C. Leebriek, president of the university, will be the principal speaker. Sen. Frank Whittemore, Sen. Will R. Price, State Representative Griff Evans will be on the program. Albert V. Dix, university trustee will act as master of ceremonies.
Two Hour Student Parking Limit Seen at Lincoln-Main [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 October 1939
Two Hour Student Parking Limit Seen at Lincoln-Main Mayor Harvey Proposes Time Limit As Council Shelves Problem Again Parking around the Robin Hood, Captain Brady and other business places in the vicinity of that intersection, may soon be limited to two hours, if Kent's council parking committee follows the suggestions made by Mayor W. I. Harvey and Douglas Miller, Hood proprietor. Harvey suggested the time limit on parking, after the com- 'mittee, head by Roy Salter,. declined to make a report on its findings until the next meeting. Salter said that he planned to have a conference with Dr. K. C. Leebrick, president of the university, within the two week period. Miller declared he had nothing but good will for university students but that their cars were blocking out the transient motor trade, which he needs. He suggested the two-hour limit following his appeal to council.
Real Traditions Wanted by M.U. [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 18 October 1939
Real Traditions Wanted by M.U. Kent State university students should get a few real traditions and stick to them, declared Ernest Williams at the Men's Union assembly staged yesterday afternoon. Leland Zahniser stressed the importance of extra curricular activities and Gordon Hostettler gave the students a better understanding of the student government now in use at Kent State. Zahniser pointed out that there were 76 outside clubs prevailing and every student had ample opportunity to take part in the activities of at least one of these.