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Wesleyans Enjoy Speech by Rumold [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 October 1939
Wesleyans Enjoy Speech by Rumold Dr. C. F. Rumold, head of the physical science department, spoke to the Wesley Foundation last night in the Methodist church. His subject was "Christianity in a Scientific World." Friday evening the Foundation will have a Halloween party in the church parlors. The spooky party, to which persons must come masqueraded, will be from 7:30 to 11 p. m. Cider and doughnuts will be served. Miss Ernestine Baumgardner, Arthur Kirkland and Ray Deming are in charge.
Five Kent Students Test Lie Detection [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 October 1939
Five Kent Students Test Lie Detection Five Kent students will conduct an interesting experiment in guilt detection under the supervision of Dr. Pierce at the initial meeting of the Psychology club. Charlotte Yolk, Donald Higgins, Marguerite Ericson, Barbara Geist and Carl Haglund, are planning to conduct the experiment. Election of officers will be held at the initial meeting which takes place on Thursday, Oct. 26, at 7:30 p. m. in room 112 K. All students ous failures to meet scholastic reits equivalent, are eligible for membership in the club.
some say ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 October 1939
some say ... By Nat Floersheimer The Greeks are going doggy! No ( I didn't say "they are going to the , dogs," I merely meant that they've been busy -acquiring pedigreed , house pets. Latest to get a scotty have been i the KMK's. Heard about one loyal frat man who chased the creature all over the house just to get it to : bark over the phone to his girl. i Last week end, quite a number ' of Kent alumni were in town. Rea- &lt; sons for their visit might be the ; Navy-Notre Dame football game, 1 Gamma Sigma Phi dance and then the grand weather. Here for a visit were: Frank Taylor, Shannon Hoover, Betty Bozman, Dorothy Season, Randa Tozer, Phyllis Whittman, Rayy Mitten, Paul Ryan, Gene Feist, Marg Wood and Jack Tomasheska. * * * The THETA SIGMA TJPSILON and BETA GAMMA sorority pledge chapters have elected their officers. For the former they are as follows: Dorothy McClelland, president: Robin Keith, vice president; Norma Jane Quimby, secretary and Jean Adams, treasurer. The B. ...
Women Transfers On Wiener Roast [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 October 1939
Women Transfers On Wiener Roast Transfer women students have received tiny red knapsacks tied to small twigs as invitations to a wiener roast which' will be held in their honor tomorrow evening from 5:30 until 8 o'clock in the university woods. Caroline Clawson is in charge of arrangements with Betty Offensend assisting, while Jane Rothermund and Margaret Rufener are abeth Tucker planned the invitaplanning the entertainment. Eliztions. Plans are being made to distribute the food cleverly around the fireplace but will not be revealed until the arrival of approximately 75 women transfer students. Everyone is to meet in the atrium at 5:30 p. m. and then all will proceed to the woods.
Men's Union Hold Party at Brady [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 October 1939
Men's Union Hold Party at Brady Tonight's the night that the Men's Union is sponsoring a party at the Brady for all unrecognized students. If you are a married, graduate, special, unclassified, student, you are cordially invited to attend at 8 p. m. There will be refreshments costing 25 cents each. For entertainment, bridge, chess, checkers, and other games will be played. The purpose of this party is to bring together and recognize all these groups and the Men's Union would like to see representatives from each. For any further information, please see Harry Mount, head of the Men's Union committee.
Omegas Play Host to Campus; Invite Students to Open House [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 October 1939
Omegas Play Host to Campus; Invite Students to Open House The Alpha Omega sorority will open its house to the faculty and student body of the university tomorrow night from 8 to 10 p. m. The sorority offers as special features of the evening the completely redecorated downstairs room and the new "double decker" beds bought for all the bedrooms. In charge of the affair is Betty Starkey, while Jean Ulmer and Virginia Frederick are working with her. Jean Ulmer (hostess at open house)
clubs ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 October 1939
clubs ... Newman Club Meets Newman club will meet Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in 109 M, with John Maurer as the leader. Biology Club Meets Today A business meeting of the Biology club will be held today at 4 p. m. in 211 K. Committees for the year will be named. All members are urged to attend. Want to Sing? All university students and faculty who are interested in singing in the fourth annual presentation of Handels oratorio "The Messiah," on the afternoon of December 17, are asked to report to Mr. Denker or the music office in 313 Merrill hall. Rehearsal this week will be at 7:30 p. m. on Wednesday in 312 Merrill.
Art Department Plans Migration [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 October 1939
Art Department Plans Migration Tired of the talk of numerous migrations that have spread over the campus during the past year, the art department of the university has decided to sponsor one of their own. Off to Pittsburgh, Pa., Sunday, Oct. 29, a caravan of automobiles will carry members of this department to the art exhibition of the Carnegie Institute. The exhibition is considered the finest contempory exhibition in the world and it is doubtful if such a collection can be brought together again because of the present war. Those interested in joining the migration should see George Davis, A1 Van Auker or Ray Rozuk.
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Falcone May Coach Freshmen May Replace Carter as Aid To Joe Begala [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 October 1939
Falcone May Coach Freshmen May Replace Carter as Aid To Joe Begala Carmen Falcone, three-time Interstate champion and in the words of Joe Begala, who has turned out fine teams at Kent for 10 years, "probably the finest heavyweight Kent ever will have," may coach the freshmen wrestlers this year if present plans of Coach Begala are realized. Olympic Finalist Falcone graduated from high school in Batavia, N. Y. and came to Kent in 1935 mainly because his high school coach, Ray Novotny had accepted a position as coach of tennis and swimming here. He had never wrestled until he entered school at Kent. Begala took him under his wing and less than seven months later, Falcone was a finalist in the Olympic tryouts. During his college career, Falcone lost two matches out of 30 in dual meet competition and last year won third place in the national collegiate tournament. .He has won victories over representatives of such schools as Purdue, Wisconsin, Pittsburgh, Indiana and Ohio State in the l...
Kent, Hobart Start Pigskin Relationship [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 October 1939
Kent, Hobart Start Pigskin Relationship Blocking, Tackling Stressed by Starn In Daily Practice Rebounding from their stunning defeat at the hands of a supposedly inferior Findlay team, the Golden Flashes will hop off this weekend for Geneva, N. Y. to skirmish with Hobart college's air-trained Statesmen Saturday. This will be the opening of football relations between the two schools, although Kent has met Hobart in basketball the. last two years. 11 Lettermen Return Hobart wili send a green team on the field against Kent. Numerohr failures to meet scholastic requirements and graduation losses took a terrific toll on last year's varsity as only 11 of the 29 lettermen are returning. The Statesmen's line was the hardest hit as only four of the starting line members this year have had varsity experience. However the backfield is well fortified with five letter winners, who might cause the Flashes some trouble if the Kent tackling is as ragged as in preceding games. However, Coach "Rosy" ...
Freshman Coach? [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 October 1939
Freshman Coach? . . . Carmen Falcone "Probably the finest heavyweight Kent ever will have," says Joe Begala of Carmen Falcone. If Joe's present plans materialize Falcone will be appointed freshman wrestling coach, to replace Nick Carter, who has taken up the duties of supervisor of intramural athletics.
H.P.E. Credit Given for Intramurals; Manchester Announces Rifle Match [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 October 1939
H.P.E. Credit Given for Intramurals; Manchester Announces Rifle Match Independent intramural sports now take an active interest in the physical education classes of the liberal arts and business administration colleges. Joseph Begala has cooperated with Norvin Carter and is permitting students who participate in at least two outside activities to receive class credit. These sports include golf, tennis, volley ball and basketball. This offer is not open to students enrolled in the college of education. Rifle Match Dean Raymond E. Manchester announces a rifle match to be held at some local range on Thursday of this week. Any student wishing to participate in this match should sign at his office before Thursday. All points obtained go for the Manchester cup. The location of the meet will be announced when applications are made.
Women's Sports Review [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 October 1939
Women's Sports Review Well, we're still trying to boost this new sports program and if it doesn't go over you have only yourselves to blame. So far things have been progressing with reasonable success and if everyone continues to cooperate, we have every reason to believe that Kent will have one of the most effective college women's sports programs in the state. There are four women on a bowling team. If more than one team is necessary to take care of your players, number them 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. Other fall activities are soccer, dance club, swimming, outdoor club, horseshoes and riding. Noticed that the commuters' list of sport enthusiasts on the bulletin board in the gym was discouragingly short. The WAA board was entertained at a picnic last Thursday by Ruth Sivon, who lives just outside of Ravenna. Incidently the picnic wasn't exactly an outside affair —it rained. It was given inside an unusual little log cabin made of telephone poles! Returned from the picnic via Prof. C. Poe's Fo...