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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 October 1939
ARE YOUR CLOTHES BECOMING TO YOU? IF NOT THEY SHOULD BE COMING TO US! MEN'S SUITS ANY 2 COATS, ROBES LADIES PLAIN DRESSES. COATS CLEANED AND PRESSED CASH AND CARRY Until Nov. Ist, 1 pair trousers or 1 skirt will be cleaned and pressed FREE with any 2 garments. You must mention this ad. MT. VERNON CLEANERS 112 W. Erie St Phone 4822 85c Now Is The Time! To Change to Winter Motor Oil and Gear Lubricants ws£/tmca FOR SAFE AND COMPLETE SERVICE Come to I University Service E. Main and Lincoln
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
The Kent Stater Vol. XV, No. 16 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Friday, Oct. 27, 1939 Complete News Coverage of America's Fastest Growing University Whole No. 591 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. 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., .188 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 Year Jack Watts (Phone 4325) „ Editor-in-Chief Joe Blair, Jr. (Phone 4325) Business Manager Betty prampton Edition Editor Assistant edition editors: Tom Bates and John Mine; society editor, Natalie Floersheimer; sports...
Candidates Named by Parties [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Candidates Named by Parties Carper and Ulmer Compete For Homecoming Honors Official sanction was given to the nominations for the Homecoming queen, class officers, student council representatives, and representatives to women's league late yesterday. Jean Ulmer and Margaret Carper were announced to be the candidates for the Homecoming queenship, the election of which will take place Thursday, November 2. All petitions were approved by Registrar E.« C. Stopher as to classification and eligibility, and passed by the elections committee of student council as having met all technical regulations. Miss Carper, a sophomore is being backed by the Kentonian party, which was formerly known as the Independent party. Miss Ulmer, a senior, is being supported by the Blue and Gold party. Candidates for senior class officers are as follows: president, Gordon Hostettler, Kentonian, Robert Wilson, Blue and Gold; vice president, Donald Miller, Blue and Gold, Geneva Roberson, Kentonian; secretary, Dor...
Re-elect DeWeese To Health Office [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Re-elect DeWeese To Health Office Dr. A. O. DeWeese, Director of Student Health service, was reelected executive secretary-treas-urer of the American School Health association at Pittsburgh last week. The American School Health association is one of the affiliated organizations of the American Public Health association. Dr. DeWeese served as president of this association and has been re-elected secretary-treasurer for the past three years. He has also ben appointed as delegate to represent the ASHA at the national conference in health and preventive medicine, which will meet in Washington, November 23 and 24.
Dr. Leebrick Approves 5 Committees [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Dr. Leebrick Approves 5 Committees All student appointees to the faculty committees recommended by Student Council have been approved by Dr. K. C. Leebrick, president of the University, except the athletic policy committee which has yet to make its final report. On the publications committee are: Ernestine Baumgardner, Kay Maloney and John Powell. On the fraternity-sorority committee are Lester Morato, Martha Jane Thomas, Jane Rothermund and Don Scullion. The students serving on the assembly committee are the same as originally; Peg Suppes, Dick Firth and Gordon Hostettler. Virginia Frederick and John Hoff are on the entertainment committee and Betty Crampton and Milan Frase are on the discipline committee.
-- Briefs -- [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
-- Briefs -- The Women's Orientation groups will meet at the following times to take the lowa Reading test. Any freshman woman scheduled for Orientation who is unable to attend any one of these classes during the week of October 30, will please notify the office of the Dean of Women at once. Training School Auditorium, Tuesday, 10; 109 Merrill Hall, Tuesday, 4; University Auditorium, Wednesday, 8; Training School Auditorium, Wednesday, 2; Training School Auditorium, Thursday, 10; Training School Auditorium, Friday, 11.
Lloyd Strikes Back Now It's Socks [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Lloyd Strikes Back Now It's Socks Kent's fair lassies are now fostering another fad which surpasses all previous efforts. The wearing of knee length stockings. Possibly this is an indication that they are about to revert to the dear old grade school days. Kindergarten children are also disciples of this practice. It's all right for kilty bands, but corney for co-eds. A group of these faddists on the street, make us wonder if they are of college age and assuming that they are; a municipal soccer team on an outing. If the basic motive is practical, which is doubtful, they are going to new extremes. Probably the first two inches of snow that falls will find this same group adding a pair of hightops to the sox, so they can brave the rigors of an Ohio winter. It is difficult to believe that this, and many more of the co-ed ideas of fashion arise from necessity. More accurate is the idea that these unusual trends just turn the male orb two steps farther, before it switches off in bewilder...
'Ethan Frome' Tickets Available Starting Today [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
'Ethan Frome' Tickets Available Starting Today Persons wishing tickets for the homecoming play "Ethan Frome," must present his or her own activity ticket or theatre membership card. No one will be permitted to use another person's activity card. Tickets will be distributed at the speech office today for the Wednesday, November 1 performance; Monday, October 30, for the Thursday, November 2 performance; and Tuesday, October 31, for Friday, November, 3. Attend Convention Jack Watts, editor of the Kent Stater, and Joe Blair, business manager, are attending the National Collegiate Press vonvention in Des Moines.
Betty Co-ed Talks Back—And How [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Betty Co-ed Talks Back—And How DEAR MR. LLOYD: Why don't the men on this campus make up their minds? They want a girl feminine, but then, dear co-eds, they want you also masculine. They want you frilly and lovely and then object to your long skirts when they dance. They want you smart and dressy, but become bitter if you suggest that they clean up for the occasion. W T e like to dress for comfort as well as good taste. The babushka? It accomplishes both. It protects our hair and when worn becomingly it is cute and attractively collegiate. Everything we wear serves a purpose, but try and say that for some of your short trousers, square top coats and screwy hats. Cornelia Porea TO MR. LLOYD, PERSONALLY! You, dear Mr. Lloyd, have evidently not been walking in the halls with your eyes closed! I am convinced you know whereof you speak from personal observation. May I inform you that some of the greatest fashion designers for women are MEN. They design dresses, jewelry, stockings, makeup;...
Ladd Presents Monologues Today at 10 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Ladd Presents Monologues Today at 10 Schuyler Ladd, American actor will present "The Hollywood Agent," "The Flight to Varennes," and several other of his dramatic monologues to the student body at 10 o'clock today. The "one man theatre" idea is a brain child of his own, and he has been presenting these sketches for the past two years. Ladd is a world war veteran, being one of the first American soldiers to reach French soil. At the conclusion of the war he remained in France, taking charge of soldier entertainment for 10 months. After returning to the United States, he played in such New York productions as, "The Daffodil" and "The Yellow Jacket." A feature of his program will be that he will change costume and make-up between plays before the eyes of the audience.
Make It Clear [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Make It Clear The student parking problem will be decided soon. What happens in council next week will affect vitally every student of the university. The action taken will indicate to a gredt degree, the way the townspeople , feel about the university. Many businessmen have funny ideas about Kent State students and what they mean to the city. There is not a business in the city which means so much to the . merchants and people as the university. The students ask no more than that which they rightly deserve. The students want justice. They want a place to park their cars close to the university. A committee investigating the available space for parking reported that the space was used by very few cars. We would like to suggest that this committee look into the matter before most of the commuters leave for home. There are about 1000 students who commute. They do use the available space for parking, but there is still an overflow. The Hood proprietor states that he wants parking space...
Not An Athletic Field [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Not An Athletic Field A column written recently brought out an existing condition on the front campus which should be corrected. The front campus is not an athletic field. The students of the university and other schools who use this space as a football or baseball field should find somewhere else to practice. Kent State university has an attractive front lawn and playing football and baseball injures it. Also, persons passing through the city do not gain a favorable impression from a group that tussles on the front campus. Please help to keep the front campus attractive.—CP —K— Fred Tambling, editor of the year book at Akron university, has a novel idea in making the covers of this years annual by taking pictures from a blimp. But he doesn't have a staff to edit the annual.
Kent Karousal [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Kent Karousal By Bill Lloyd If ever a football team deserved the wholehearted support of the student body, the current edition of the Golden Flashes is it. Kent State university is one of the few schools who do not subsidize athletes. Football, the money maker in a majority of the institutions of higher learning, at this college in an undergraduate sport. The day is rapidly approaching when the universities themselves are going to have to take a definite stand on the matter. Schools that proselyte are going to have to play among themselves. Institutions that adhere to the belief that football players are in college for an education, are going to find themselves in a league where teams are evenly matched. Whether you are in accord with the coaching policy or not, makes no difference. You own the team your backing. If you are one of &lt; the numerous fickle fans who cannot endure a loss or two during the season, you are in the wrong place. Kent is not going to&lt;win t...
Socially Speaking ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Socially Speaking ... COSTUME PARTY PLANNED FOR MOULTON With pumpkins and cornstalks as evidence that the Hallowe'en spirit is in the ah', Moulton hall women will dance at a costume party in the music room of the hall next Monday night. Decoration theme for the affair planned by Marion Hurst, social chairman, will follow the Hallowe'en motif, and games and dancing will be on the program. Prizes for the most original and funniest costume will be given Assisting Miss Hurst with arrangements are Jane Stribger, Helen Rothermund, Betty Breen, Shirley Giles, Peggy Camplejohn, Betty Duff and Marge White. Chaperones will be Miss Katherine Clink and Mrs. Ernest Harvey. At the regular house meeting last Monday, May White was elected league representative. YWCA BEGINS .WINTER PROGRAM Though the rain dampened their clothes, it did not in the least dampen the spirits of the 35 women who gathered at the university grills to attend the YWCA wiener roast last Wednesday night. After supper the group...
Italian School Asks Herrick For Information [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Italian School Asks Herrick For Information J. Arthur Herrick, instructor in the biology department, received a request this week from the director of the Institute of Botany, University of Florence, Italy, for more material on the oak tree disease known as stereum heart rot. This destructive disease has become of world importance. Last summer Herrick had three articles published in scientific journals concerning the disease.' Tree diseases are his speciality, having formerly worked at the Ohio agricultural experiment station at Wooster. His latest article was published in the September issue of the "Ohio Journal of Science," and is entitled "The Growth of Stereumgausapatum Fries in Relation to Temperature and Acidity." To secure your ride in the art migration to Pittsburgh, you must sign your name on a list that is available in the art office before 4:00 p. m., Friday. This means everyone who is interested.