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Sounds Over the Campus Subject of— Up-town [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 23 October 1939
Sounds Over the Campus Subject of— Up-town By Bob Kenyon We hear that Horace Heidt will touch Akron and Youngstown on his present trip west . . . With the egg prices sky high you wouldn't think the henS( would lay such .puny examples , . , Which Thanksgiving ard you going to celebrate ?—the Republican or the Democratic? ... It says in the paper that a counterfeit raid was pulled. The way some people spend money there couldn't he any U. S. stuff in it . . .Joe Begala will long remember, his golf team, that won the first conference title for Kent. Not because they won the initial flag, but because it was that year he bagged his one and only hole-in-one. * &gt; Why hasn't anybody wrote a column entitled "Disa ,and Data?" . . . Chub Whalen is moving into the fire station this week . . . yep, right in with that siren . . . Ray Green and Don Pierce had another case of roomytism last week. Punctuality: The janitor that sweeps the second floor Merrill hall corridor clean every after...
Over The Frying Pan [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 23 October 1939
Over The Frying Pan By Clyde Friar FOR MEN ONLY Editors note to all men: Take bromo for that sweet little headache Saturday morn . . . apologies to girls and thanks to the smooth ditty. BETTER LATE THAN NEVER DEPT. Praise to Dick Anter, Elmer Hanna, and Bill StanVKSU stoogents, for real school spirit. After careful "casing" of the SAE frat house at Mount indicated "coast clear" the trio turned into Flashes in the night and returned with a huge "Golden Flashes" banner. It was nice going boys. Near forgotten topic is that of four KSU men staggering down Main street in Akron yodeling "Beer, beer for old KSU" when a camera clicked and all the boys shuttered. They say the pictures are good. THEY TELL ABOUT . . . Swing being here to sway . . . Rumba lessons plus additional Boomsie-daisy practice as dished out at social dancing last Wed p. m. Frosh find it very educational and enlightening. As one cute young man said "off the record," I won't be able to sit for a week but AH . , . Theme ye...
Off Campus Women to Give Unique ‘Coed Prom’ Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 23 October 1939
Off Campus Women to Give Unique ‘Coed Prom’ Friday The off campus women will bow this week with a new plume in their, hat when they sponsor the all girl "Co-ed Prom" in the gymnasium from 8 to 11 p. m. Friday. Prizes will be given to the women who come to the affair dressed in the cleverest, prettiest or oldest costumes. Also recognition will be given to the best pair and typical co-eds. Coming to the prom in costume is optional to the co-eds. Judges and chaperones will be Dr. Prances Harshbarger, Miss Bertha Whitton, Mrs. Deane Wolfe, Mrs. C. C. Kochenderfer and Miss Frances Maisch. Eileen Cooke is in charge of the decorations and a cosmetic theme will be carried out. Helen Harris, program chairman, has secured R. A. Carrell, amateur magician, who with his daughter, Henrietta, a freshman in the Liberal Arts college, will perform tricks as one of the attractions during intermission. Marjory Davis, in charge of tickets, has announced that they may be obtained from members of club or ...
What ... When ... Where ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 23 October 1939
What ... When ... Where ... Monday, Oct. 23 President's day, Dr. Clyde Miller, speaker, 11 a. m. Off-campus women's club, university woods, 6-8 p. m. Tuesday, Oct. 24 YWCA picnic, university woods, 5:30-7 p. m. Freshman play rehearsal, 109 M, 7-9:30 p. m. Delta Phi Sigma smoker, 262 Columbus street, 7:30-11 p. m. Wednesday, Oct. 25 Speaker, Bigelow amendment, auditorium, 4 p. m. Social dancing, gym, 8-10 p. m. Men's union special student meeting, Captain Brady, 8-11 p. m. Thursday, Oct. 26 WAA outdoor club, university grill number 6, 4-6 p. m. Transfer party, university woods, 5:30-8 p. m. Sociology club meeting, 202K, 7:30-9 p. m. University Music club hallowe'en party, Tallmadge, 7:30-11 p.m. Alpha Omega open house, 8-10 p. m. Lutheran student association, Moulton hall, 7-8 p. m. Friday, Oct. 27 Assembly, Schuyler, 10 a. m. Off-campus women's club co-ed prom, Gym, 8-11 p. m. Astronomy observation group, 12-3 p. m. Saturday, Oct. 28 Summit hall's sport party, grill number 1, 6:30-1...
Big, Bad Boogey Politics Vamp Poor, Unsuspecting Freshmen [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 23 October 1939
Big, Bad Boogey Politics Vamp Poor, Unsuspecting Freshmen Freshmen, beware!!! There's a big bad boogey coming to haunt your days . . . and it won't be long until it's here. Campus politics are here again. Best friends who belong to different groups won't be speaking . . . super-refined dirt . . . and some not so refined . . . will be slung at all those unfortunates who happen to be running for something . . . you'll be socially ostracized if you don't decide to vote some-way . . . but your vote is the important thing. You'll be handed some of the best lines ever known . . . the one about, "you're so influential on the campus, if you'll just vote for Susie Smith, I know a lot of people will follow in your footsteps." That appeals to everyone's hidden ego and you go about with that proudlook feeling as if you had saved the nation. And then there's the one about . . "7 "won't you please vote for Snooks . . . she is a darling girl . . . really if you knew her as well as I did, you'd kno...
Some Say [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 23 October 1939
Some Say By Nat Floersheimer Recently I broke a resolution, not to attend a tea, outside of the house ... I did it only because duty called. But even knowing that my duty was done, does not repay me for the agonies suffered. I don't want to be misunderstood, for as teas go this one was fine. But as teas go I'm. decidedly prejudiced . . . against them. Jane Rothermund deserves a great deal of credit for getting the turnout and seeing to it that the refreshments were plentiful and correct, and that the music was good. Undoubtedly it was a success, but I'm all agin it. For it seems silly to me to dress in your "almost best" just to see a lot of others just as uncomfortable as you are, balancing the usual ration of tea, cake, mints and nuts. From the DELTS comes word of Prexy Hazen's plans to keep the DELT boys busy over weekends when the university does not supply entertainment. He will select five DELTS to plan some social activity for them. Last Wednesday night the SIGMA TAU GAMMA an...
Delts Open Rush Season [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 23 October 1939
Delts Open Rush Season Delta Phi Sigma w'll present the second in the series of open smokers sponsored by university fraternities at their house at 262 Columbus street tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock. Approximately 200 non-affiliated men are expected,to attend. The committee in charge of- the affair includes Bob Orpin, Dick Gardner, and Fred Vacha. These smokers are held to acquaint prospective fraternity men with the various fraternities on the campus. It has been the custom for each group to hold one or two open smokers each fall for anyone interested to attend. After the men are fairly well acqlainted, the smokers become invitational affairs. This evening's program includes smoking, card playing, cider drinking and speeches. Cardinal Key, women's honorary society, will meet today at 4 o'clock in the English office.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 23 October 1939
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BETWEEN the GOAL POSTS [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 23 October 1939
BETWEEN the GOAL POSTS By George Fleischer One of the worst examples of a team bogging down after a bad break was displayed in Kent last Friday. Almost a certain victory for the Flashes was the opinion of practically all concerned after Kent made the first touchrown until the Oilers got a real break when Hatcher intercepted a long pass and raced 69 yards for a Findlay tally. After that Findlay had more pep than they needed and the Flashes just couldn't get started. Something's wrong! Here's hoping I'm wrong about what I think it is. Perhaps someone should offer the Flashes "$lOOO a Touchdown." Take a lesson from Joe E. fellows. It takes good blocking as well as good,ball carrying. According to the opinions of most people who saw the game, two Findlay players deserve some praise. The Oiler's cocaptains really play football. Don Renninger did a bang-up job of smashing the Kent line for long gains, and Cyril Reardon owns the educated toe which gave Findlay the three points needed to up...
Kent’s Pass Attack Blows Up as Oilers Score 10-7 Victory [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 23 October 1939
Kent’s Pass Attack Blows Up as Oilers Score 10-7 Victory By Clyde Friar One of the major upsets of the current Ohio Conference football season took place on Rockwell field Friday afternoon as Findlay, who had failed to win a conference game prior to Friday, displayed a fine all-around team to knock the Golden Flashes out of the undefeated class, winning by a score of 10-7 Kent Scores First Kent scored first early in the opening quarter as Mittiga took Renninger's punt on the Kent 35 and ran down the sidelines to the Findlay 35 before he was knocked out of bounds. After a five-yard penalty against Kent for offside, Mittiga passed to Cardinal for 10 yards. After a running play and a pass had failed to click, Mileski dropped a fourth down pass into the arms of Mittiga for a first down on the 19. Two plays netted six yards, and Mittiga on a fake reverse cut through a big hole in the Findlay line and scampered 13 yards for the score. Mike Feduniak then made the Kent margin seven points a...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 23 October 1939
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 October 1939
The Kent Stater WEATHER Occasional rain, slightly warmer today; rain tonight; colder tomorrow. Yesterday's high, 53; low, 41. GRIN with Ted Charles and his column "Postscripts." This feature will be found on the editorial page of Wednesday's edition. Complete News Coverage of America's Fastest Growing University Vol. XV. No. 15 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 1939 Whole No. 590 THE KENT STATER Kent State University, Kent, Obio 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. 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. Subscript...