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Steaks Give Majors Practical Experience [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 October 1939
Steaks Give Majors Practical Experience As a part of their project in learning how to cook meats, the Home Economics majors, under the supervision of Miss Woodring, had a steak roast in the woods Wednesday afternoon. This is the first time that an event of this kind has taken place for class work. The girls planned the entire event including among the eatables, baked potatoes, a vegetable tray, and the best steaks imaginable!
Engleman and Moulton Dorms Elect Officers [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 October 1939
Engleman and Moulton Dorms Elect Officers Engleman hall officers for the coming year were elected Tuesday night at the dormitory. Betty Crampton is house president, and the four vice presidents are: Caroline Clawson, Maude Folger, Jane Stroup and Dorothy Snyder. Virginia Holcomb becomes secretary and Adele Singley, treasurer. Women's league representative is Lillian Foote. Barbara Welton was elected president of Moulton hall dormitory on Monday evening, October 16. Other officers are as follows: Margery White, vice president; Elfrieda Wachie, secretary; Alita Boecker, treasurer and Marion Hurst, social chairman. Constance Waldo is the representative to the central committee.
Rumold to Speak At Wesley Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 October 1939
Rumold to Speak At Wesley Meeting Dr. C. P. Rumold, head of the physical science department, will address the Wesley foundation Sunday at 6:30 p. m. in the Methodist church. Dr. Rumold will talk on "Christianity in the Scientific World." There will be a social hour at 5 o'clock and a lunch will be served at 6 o'clock. Ernestine Baumgardner and Ray Deming will be in charge of an old fashioned school party Friday at 7 p. m. in the church parlors.
OCWC 'Co-Ed Prom* Promises Novelties [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 October 1939
OCWC 'Co-Ed Prom* Promises Novelties The all-girl "Co-ed Prom," sponsored by the Off-Campus Women's club, will be held in Wills gym on Friday, October 27, from 8 to 11 p. m. Girls may come dressed in costume if they so desire. Prizes will be given for the cleverest, the prettiest, the oldest, the best pair and the typical co-ed costumes. The cosmetic theme will be carried out in the decorations.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 October 1939
Catch that Second Glance at the Game or Pledge Dances this week Visit BETTY'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Kent Theatre Bldg. Phone 4119 E. Main St. Dance Mp Dancing is so essential Lase , ~ r , to college social life. ancX- Learn how the best way. Con fldonee Special class prices. Stop \ in for a talk any Monday J from 3 to 7 p. m. Rita Zeller's Dancing School 128 N. DePeyster St. K. of C. Hall
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 October 1939
HEART-BEAT OF THE CAMPUS Who will be our next "Queen?" When's that term paper due? What's going on in assembly? How do you like the social dancing? Got a cigeratte? Say—that striking blonde! Yes • • • here you'll find ..the ..heartbeat of K. S. U. . . . with the traditional/coke, a smoke and a joke. And since the closest route to the heart is through the stomach, we take care of that first! Largest Employer of Student Help THE CAPTAIN BRADY RESTAURANT
Blue and Gold Seek Third Win [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 October 1939
Blue and Gold Seek Third Win Oiler Attack Led by Vets Here Today Four Varsity Men Definitely Out pissatisfied but not demoralized by their 6-6 deadlock with the Mount Union Purple Raiders last Saturday, Kent State's Golden Flashes are prepared for their third Ohio Conference game this afternoon with the Findlay Oilers. The game is scheduled to start at 2:30. The starting Findlay outfit is almost entirely composed of veterans. This experienced group, with the addition of a sparkling bunch of sophomores, should provide the home team with a very interesting afternoon. Practically the same Findlay team took the field one rainy evening last year, and what was predicted as a "breather" for the Flashes turned into a real tussle with the invading Kent team finally eking out a 13-7 victory. Kent is intent on keeping as clean a slate as possible before meeting its two Big Four opponents, Baldwin Wallace and Western Reserve. Three Regulars Out The Flashes' hopes for the coming contest were dam...
Co-Threats to Kent Supremacy [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 October 1939
Co-Threats to Kent Supremacy Captains When Findlay college football team trots out onto Rockwell field this afternoon they will be led by two veterans and co-cap-tains, Don Renninger and Cyril Reardon. Renninger wil| head the backfield at the quarterback post and Reardon will lead the forward wall. Both men are veterans having played varsity ball for the past two years. Reardon will be the running mate of Ed Jalli, former Kent State football player, at the guard post, while most of the backfield duties will fall into the hands of Don Renninger. Renninger is considered one of the best quick kickers in the Ohio Conference and always a potential scoring threat. . . . Cyril Reardon . . . Don Renninger
SENIORS! [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 October 1939
SENIORS! It is absolutely necessary that all seniors return the proofs of their pictures for the Chestnut Burr to the south east basement of the library soon after they receive them. Seniors must choose their pictures for the Burr from the headand shoulder size proofs. Students wishing to order pictures for themselves may do so at the time they return the proofs.
Schedule Complete [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 October 1939
Schedule Complete The men's union activities schedule for the coming week has been completed. Tuesday, a senior men's luncheoh will be held at the Robin Hood at 12 noon. Wednesday at 4:30 p. m. the Hikers club will hold its weekly meeting, and Thursday a rifle shoot, open to all men interested, will take place.
Sophomores to Receive Men's Union Training [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 October 1939
Sophomores to Receive Men's Union Training Richard Firth, senior dean's scholar has announced that the following sophomores will be trained to qualify for junior positions on Men's union for next year: Edward Boyle, South Euclid; Fred Prasse, student council member from South Euclid; Peter Manyo, Ashtabula; Bernard Wilson, Medina; Jack Bammerlin, Cleveland and Earl Wohlford, Cuyahoga Falls.
(PROBABLE STARTING LINEUP) [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 October 1939
(PROBABLE STARTING LINEUP) KENT -FINDLAY Dick Kilbourne, 178 DE Kenny Bowersox, 162! Jim Blackstock, 185 LT Robert Kitzerow, 191 E|d Kordinak, 165 LG Ed Jalli, 184 Frank Estochin, 175 C A1 Rolland, 172 Ed Chesleski, 195 RG (c) Cyril Reardon, 162 Walt Porowski, 195 RT Miller Fink, 171 Bill Gillies, 175 RE Del Hetrick, 171 Mickey Mittiga, 144 QB (c) Don Renninger, 170 Louis Cardinal, 160 LH Willis King, 157 Les Netzen, 210 RH Dick Hatcher, 182 Jim Jones, 187 FB Mike Gieb, 180
Kent Seventh In Conference [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 October 1939
Kent Seventh In Conference Muskingum Holds Lead Position With the firing on Ohio Conference football front getting under wty in earnest, Coach "Rosy" Starn's golden-clad gridders are securely entrenched in seventh position with their record of one victory and a tie. The failure for the extra point in last Saturday's game with Mt. Union dropped the Golden Flashes five notches in the standing as a victory would have given them a tie for second place. The Flashes have three conferences games remaining on their schedule and should be near the top by the end of the campaign. The feature attraction of this week's grid chart is the Muskingum-Dennison game tomorrow. The rankings prior to this weekend are as follows. Team W L T Muskingum 3 0 0 Capital 2 0 0 Dennison 2 0 0 Case 100 Wittenberg 10 0 John Carroll 10 0 KENT STATE 10 1 Ohio Northern 3 10 Mount Union 0 11 Findlay 0 10 Baldwin-Wallace 0 1 0 Bowling Green 0 10
Belts Win Horseshoe Tournament [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 October 1939
Belts Win Horseshoe Tournament Delta Phi Sigma won first place in the fraternity league horseshoe tournament garnering six points in its chase for the fraternity loop trophy. Kappa Mu Kappa and Sigma Tau Gamma tied for the run-ner-up spot. The Delts, runners-up for the fraternity title last year, are out to top the Gamma lads, defending champions. In the Independent intramural league, No. 1, Newman club holds a four point advantage in competition thus far. Play will be resumed Wednesday. In the Independent loop No. 2, Rho De Rho is in first place with 20 points, five points ahead of the Barbarians. The Theatre group is third with 10 points. The leaders are undefeated in horseshoe competition.
Industrial Arts Club Elects Officers [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 20 October 1939
Industrial Arts Club Elects Officers The Industrial Arts club held its first meeting of the year Wednesday evening- and elected officers. Myron Bruno is president; Clyde Hawthorne, vice president; Charles Kimball, secretary; Robert HarringtoA, treasurer. Harold Halshoy and Charles Earhart were appointed as the program committee; Leo Difford, Don Martin and Edward Lewis as the social committee and John Steinert as the publicity committee. Prof. C. S. Van Deusen, head of the Industrial Arts department, spoke about the "Personal Initiative of Industrial Arts Teachers." The medical aptitude test will be given November 28 at 3 o'clock. All students who expect to apply for entrance in medical schools this year must take the test. It is given only once a year. Those who are interested should see Dr. A. O. DeWeese not later than next week.