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Britisher Finds Kent Peaceful [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Britisher Finds Kent Peaceful Indeed Kent is an English name. But that isn't the reason that Patricia Lore came all the way from England to attend school here. Miss Lore's hope was to attend an art school in Paris,,but the war put an end to that. Then she had to find a place where there was likely to be no danger; that was in America. Naturally the colleges in the vicinity of Akron had the inside track, since her father was in England as an employee of one of the rubber companies. Eperything was in favor of Kent, so here she is. Really she is not English, for she was born in Ohio, but we'll not tell when. Seven years ago her father was sent to Wolverhampton, England, to become superintendent of one of the rubber plants, and he took his family. Pat was in King school in Akron, but she remembers little of that. In England she had to attend a girls school where, they were made to wear uniforms, and the studies were much harder. "It was very strict," she said, without the slightest trac...
Some Say [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Some Say by Nat Hoersheimer I have just discovered that I do not have tne power to concentrate. Before me is a very exciting article called, "A New Map of the Manufacturing Belt of North America," and I am trying to read it in the university library. Now it is exceptionally quiet. Evidently the roamers have found seats to their liking, for tonight they seem to have cast anchor. Pellows as usual are staring at girls; and girls as usual are staring right back. Yet because I am sitting near the door the situation decidedly facinates me. Girls, with their peasant handkerchiefs around their heads, looking as if they came directly from Ellis Island, stand near the Bookcases looking for a place to land. And as I sit here, spellbound, my eyes glued* to the door, elbows on the book, I ferverently hope that I may get this material by . . . osmosis.. Out of the library and onto the campus . . . comes word that an alumni committee of KAPPA MU KAPPA composed of Bill Harrington, Oliver Woleott an...
Holm Announces Debating Plans [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Holm Announces Debating Plans Two innovations in the debate schedule for 1939-40 were announced by James N. Holm, director of forensics, today. The first of these will be a radio debate tournament conducted by Capital university of Columbus. Debates between Ohio colleges and universities will be aired over station WBNS, Columbus, on successive Saturdays until a final winner has been determined. Kent State university will meet Oberlin in its first contest on Saturday morning, Nov. 18, arguing the question, "Resolved that the Federal government should own and operate the railroads." There will an important meeting of the Journalism student body next Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock in 210 Merrill. Members of the Kent Stater club are also requested to attend this meeting.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
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Kent Leaves Today In Top Shape For Non-Conference Game at Geneva [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Kent Leaves Today In Top Shape For Non-Conference Game at Geneva Meet Marks First Contest With Hobart Flashes Must Cope With New Defense Coach Rosy Starn's treatment for the tackling and blocking deficiencies which have afflicted the Golden Flashes all year seems to be '•'more blocking and more tackling" as he sent his charges through a long workout stressing these fundamentals again last night in preparation for Saturday's game with Hobart college in Geneva, N. Y. Coaches and 35 members of the Kent squad left here early this morning by bus for Canadaigua, N. Y. where they will stop overnight. The team will work out on the high school field there and continue its trip Saturday morning. This is the first time a Kent grid team has played in Geneva, but the basketball team toured New York state last year. The Kent outfit is again in top shape for the game as Bill Boliantz, end, Ransom Horwedel, halfback, and Earl Mcllvaine, guard, injured in the Mount Union game two weeks ago,- are bac...
Golden Flashes Criticized for Losing; Bulldogs Denounced for Winning [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Golden Flashes Criticized for Losing; Bulldogs Denounced for Winning By ,Gene Marthey While Kent's Golden Flashes have been criticized for not playing heads up football and winning last Friday's game with Findlay, the Yale Daily News denounced Yale for winning its game last Saturday with Army. On Monday the Yale Daily News came out with an editorial and denounced the tactics employed near the end of Saturday's game in making an intentional safety. "This may be smart football but it is not the type of game Yale wants its teams to play." "The safety," the News declared, "violated the code of good sportsmanship," and the editorial continued, "there are times when playing fairly and cleanly is more important than winning a hollow victory." \ Perhaps the Yale Daily News knows how to edit an undergraduate paper, but does it know its football? If Yale had lost the game, the News probably would have denounced the team for not playing smart football. Does Yale want victories on the football ...
Flash Gridders Rank Only Tenth In Ohio Conference [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Flash Gridders Rank Only Tenth In Ohio Conference Kent's Golden Flashes continued their nosedive from, the position near the top of the Ohio Conference standing which they held two weeks ago and, as the 18-school league goes into the second half of its schedule the Flashes rank no better than tenth. The upset loss to Findlay last weekend dropped Kent three more notches and vir- tually ruined any hopes for a championship. Muskingum's clean-cut triumph over Dennison was its fourth straight conference victory and the loss bounced the Big Reds out of the challengers position. The lone threat to the Muskies lead isy Capital with three wins without a set-! back. Wooster, winner over Mt. Union 20-0 Saturday, invades New Concord tomorrow to continue an old feud. Kent's next conference game will be the homecoming battle Nov. 4 against Bowling Green as this week's out-of-state tussle will not affect Kent's standing. Due to unfavorable weather conditions, the last matches of the men's Independ...
Women's Sports Review [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
Women's Sports Review A few weeks ago we published an article which told how tough modern dancing was on members of the modern dance club. This is absolutely true, but if the saying "figures don't lie" is right, then the women at Kent must not mind getting stiff arms and legs and pains in their backs from Tuesday night sessions with Mrs. Harvey. Dropped around the gym last Tuesday ,and discovered that 92 women had registered as members of the club and that 73 were present. Besides that, most of the members who do ,not already own them, ordered leotards, (dance costumes), which means that they are really serious about their dancing. After being told that 73 women —all of varying ability and experience —are in one class, one cannot help but wonder how they can be handled efficiently. Well, they were doing all right the other night. The dancers were divided into four groups. Each group had a leader who led the group through a simple, original dance routine. Vi Smith, Ruth Sivon, Betty ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 October 1939
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 30 October 1939
The Kent Stater FOOTBALL Poor 'Officiating is outstanding at Hobart. Injuries riddle Flash squad. Voliyne XV, Number 17 z 568 Complete News Coverage of America's Fastest Growing University Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Monday, October 30, 1939 WEATHER Light rain, cloudy today; colder tonight, fair tomorrow. Whole Number, 592 THE KENT STATER Kent State University, Kent, Ohio L The KENT STATER is published three times a week, Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the regular university year and weekly during the sumimer 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 Oollegiate Press and Oollegiate 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 B...
Blue Key Inducts Men [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 30 October 1939
Blue Key Inducts Men Eighteen men will be tapped by Blue Key, national honorary society, today at 1 o'clock in the auditorium. Dr. Constantine J. Alexopoulus, professor of Biology, will speak on "Greece, Past and Present." The assembly is open to the entire student body. Blue Key annually selects a group of men of the campus for membership in the society, and the "tapping exercises" are traditional. Only sophomores, juniors and seniors are eligible for membership.
-- New York Flashlights -- [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 30 October 1939
-- New York Flashlights -- Tough, ( inspired Hobart team, plus terrible breaks, keep Kent from administering high-score drubbing. * # ♦ Kent players state referee erred in declaiming Hobart recovered Kent's fumble on own three. * # * Swede Netzen played all-star game in his home state. Netzen is from nearby Batavia. * * ♦ Cardinal, Mileski, and Boliantz, injured in tussle. Will prove real loss if out Saturday. * * * Flashes late arrival in Canadaiqua Friday calls off practice. Two hundred disappointed fans turned out. * a * The fellows had dates Saturday night from Smith College for Women.. More fun. * * * Line of the trip—Porowski—"Does Niagara Falls flow all year? Begala—No, the spigots are turned off in winter.