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Philosophy and Freshmen [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 September 1939
Philosophy and Freshmen By George Fleischer While sitting over a couple of quick shots of malted milk the other night, three university pressmen were privileged to hear Glenn Myers, freshman deluxe, express the opinion that the "Orientation" course is a study of the Far East. When questioned as to the authenticity of this amazing remark, the heroic Mr. Myers solemnly asserted that he had already consulted Webster to confirm his own honest opinion. And he really was sexnous about it. "Well" dryly commented cryptic John Mine, one of the attentive (Sophomoi'e) news hawks, "I suppose he thinks 'Dean's Course' is a meal." Then there was the innocent fi-eshman who very seriously questioned Dr. Cuber as to whether he could possibly put off his "Orientation" until next semester. Yes, possibly, but surely it isn't customary. A few of the boys at the newly established journalism house seem to be turning philosopher these days. From the looks of the walls they also like pictures. At present th...
Campustry [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 September 1939
Campustry By Robert Seese THESE GIRLS There are only eight girls at Kent State university. Scour the campus, tour the restaurants and smart-mating spots and you will find that there are as many femmes per square meal as you find anywhere, but talk to them and you'll see what I mean. They can well be classified under eight types. Each is about as exciting as a strange kiss under water. Like other women, they have discovered that a few dashes of powder and a slap of that red scourge called lipstick, helps them get their man. Unlike many women they slip into false personalities and join one of the ready-made characters they see around them. There is the OLD SORORITY GIRL. Teas, lunches, house parties and meetings keep Sally on the go. She's an honorary member of this .organization and that club. She knows how to laugh when somebody says "Republican" and how to show her teeth at the mention of Henry Ford. She loves restaurants that have telephones near tables for then she can show peopl...
Advisers Alter Campus Regulations for Women [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 September 1939
Advisers Alter Campus Regulations for Women Because of the rapid growth of the university, there has been a definite need for several changes in campus regulations for the school year. These rules, written by representative women students and by the business manager of the university, include the following: Women students may entertain men callers not more than four evenings a week. No callers may remain later than 10:30 p. m. on week days, 11:30 p. m. on Friday and Saturday, and 11 p. m. on Sunday. Women students may attend a university dance on the campus without an escort, but she may not do so at an off campus affair. Any student attending a dance in town or out of town must sleep, the night of the dance, in the same house in which she regularly sleeps, and be in at the hour scheduled on the social calendar. Only exception to this rule is: a student attending such a dance who desires to sleep at home must get a special permit in advance from her parents. All permits are issued a...
New Professor [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 September 1939
New Professor One of the youngest of the 11 new faculty members of the university, yet one of the most talented is James N. Holm, Kent graduate of the speech department and member of the ace debating team of '3l. He is now in complete charge of debate work. Holm comes to Kent with much experience, including his position as instructor in speech at East Palestine, where his debating teams had an enviable record in state and national forensic leagues. The same high caliber work is evident in his next office of speech instructor at Canton McKinley. Then, Holm has been director of Montana State Debating* league from his post at the university of Montana, where he spent three years. Holm now possesses a Ph. M„ but he is working towards a doctorate. Mrs. Holm is also a former Kent student and was a member of the championship women's debate team. . . . James N. Holm
Some Say [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 September 1939
Some Say By Nat Floersheimer What's in a name? I'd bet a plugged nickle, if I had to, that many a guy and gal has called Kent 3848, 5247 or 5243 and has been startled out of a year's growth when someone answered GAMMA SIGMA PHI house, or ALPHA OMEGA or BETA GAMMA. Undoubtedly most of you know that the one goal of most of the sororities on the campus is to become national social. Up to the present year, as a carryover from the Normal college days, Kent's greeks have been either locals or national groups. However, to keep abreast with the times, the needs and the rapid growth of the university, the greeks have felt that they must get out of this adolescent stage. Last May they took the first step toward the realization of this desire. Three sororities asked their national education organizations to remove their charters so that they would be free to build up their chapters. These three sororities were Alpha Sigma Tau now GAMMA PHI SIGMA, Alpha Sigma Alpha, now ALPHA OMEGA and Delta Si...
Theatre to Give Key to Freshmen [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 September 1939
Theatre to Give Key to Freshmen Announcement was made today by Leonard L. Rodkey, University theatre manager, of the special award to be given to the outstanding freshman member of the Theatre group for the year 1939-40. The award, probably in the form, of an honor key, will be given to the freshman showing the greatest all-around ability in all activities of the Thespian group. Besides actual dramatic abilities, the freshman judged for the award will be checked on make-up, scenery, lighting and costumery.
Change in Regulations Made Due to Increased Enrollment [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 September 1939
Change in Regulations Made Due to Increased Enrollment Since the adoption of a new system of rushipg for sororities, Martha Jane TJiomas, president of I the Pan Hellenic association called I attention to some of the new rushing rules, at the last association meeting held at the Captain Brady. These points concerning the I preferential system of bidding include : 1. The preferential list from sororities is to be in the Dean of Women's office at 8 a. m„ Monday, Oct. 9. | 2. Preferential sheets are to be delivered by special messengers to those persons whose names appear on the preferential lists. 3. Replies are to be returned by the rushees by 12 noon Tuesday, Oct. 10. 4. The rushees are to call for their answers between 3:30 and 5 p. m., Tuesday, Oct. 10 in their mail boxes in Kent Hall. 5. Sororities are to send rep- resentatives to call from 4:45 to 5 p. m., at the dean's office for the results cf their preferential list. 6. 'The period of silence from 8 a. m., Monday, Oct. 9 until...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 September 1939
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Bright for Sunny Days [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 September 1939
Bright for Sunny Days The Golden Flashes of Kent State university will live up to t e name "golden" this year. Coach Rosy Starn announced that the outfits of the football team lias been changed from drab blue cf last year, to a bright yellow this year. Bright gold helmets, with gold jerseys trimmed in blue and white will give the team a snappier looking appearance on the field. Gold pants, with gold socks and blue stripes will complete the new toggery.
Stater to Broadcast World Series [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 September 1939
Stater to Broadcast World Series The World series baseball games between the New York Yankees and the National league champs will be broadcast through the courtesy of the Kent Stater in the Training school auditorium. By radio the entire games will be brought to-interested students. The Training school auditorium will be open at all times and students may enter and leave at their own convenience. A scoreboard will be erected so the results by innings will be available to those unable to hear the broadcasts.
Calendar for the Week [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 September 1939
Calendar for the Week I Monday, 25 Try-outs for "Ethan Frome" — Auditorium, 1-4 p. m. and 7-9 p. m. Tuesday, 26 Assembly—Auditorium, 9 p. m. President Leebrick, speaker. Wednesday, 27 YMCA Mixer —Little Gym, 7 p. m. .Thursday, 28 Phi Alpha Alpha Rush Party—(Girls in at 10:30). Friday, 29 Pi Kappa Sigma Rush Party.— (Girls in at 10:30). Delta Phi Sigma Hay Ride —- Hotel Glencrest, 7-12 p. m. Saturday, 30 Football Game —Here. Kent State vs. Lawrence Tech, Mich., 2:30 p. m.
Frosh Gridders Drill Tonight [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 September 1939
Frosh Gridders Drill Tonight When the first freshman football call is issued it is as certain as if it were declared by the President, that the grid season is definitely upon us. The first freshman call was issued at Kent State, Friday, when uniforms were passed out to a selected group of first year students. This group will hold their first practice tonight xmder Coach John Starrett.