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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 30 October 1939
Cash Special Low Price Cleaning DRY CLEANED AND PRESSED DRESSES (Plain] ,/^V LADIES COATS I M \ (Without Fur) ■ ■ SUITS 11 W\ OVERCOATS . .... other articles priced in proportion. Prices include pick-up and delivery. We are the only persons in Kent licensed by the State of Ohio to operate a dry cleaning plant. Imperial Dry Cleaning Company Kent's Oldest, Largest and Best Dry Cleaning Establishment Office 113 N. Water St.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 30 October 1939
FREE Engraved Box of Stationery 85c Value In our display window is a box of engraved stationery which bears the initials of a student at K. S. U. If these are your initials, bring in your student activity ticket and get this box of fine stationery. No charge. It's yours. Come and get it. We engrave Stationery, Playing Cards, Christmas Cards, etc., right here in our store with your name or monogram No waiting. Prices very reasonable. Campus Supply Store (The Student's Store)
BETWEEN the GOAL POSTS [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 30 October 1939
BETWEEN the GOAL POSTS By George Fleischer Who says that Lewis DeWeese is quiting boxing? Definitely not," says Lewis. DeWeese says that he might be out of boxing for the present time and it may be quite a while before he will box again, but that he certainly has not said that he has quit the sport. Recently you read ... or maybe you didn't —it was on the editorial page—a column reprimanding the Kent athletic department for their hospitality. It particularly cited the Lawrence Tech game with the fact that the Tech team traveled to Cleveland in their wet and muddy football togs after the game, due to the inhospitality of the Kent team. The coaching staff and athletic department of Kent greatly resent that statement. It is not true. There has never been an athletic team' visit Kent that has not received good hospitality, including lockers, showers, and all other necessary accomodations. Kent in fact, offers as good, if not better, dressing conditions than the majority of Ohio colleges...
Falcone Made Aid to Begala [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 30 October 1939
Falcone Made Aid to Begala Carmen Falcone was named freshman wrestling coach at the Saturday meeting of the university Board of Trustees, it was announced today. Falcone will succeed Nick Carter, who coached the freshman outfit last year and who has taken over the job as supervisor of intramural athletics. Falcone, a graduate of Batavia high school in Batavia, N. Y., came to Kent witb no wrestling experience and graduated last year after having lost only two matches in 30 dual meet contests. He was a finalist in the 1936 Olympic tryouts and last year was third in the national collegiate tournament. BILL LIG-HTFOOT, Case Tech chemistry instructor, is adding his specialized technique with the foil to the fencing team.
Bee Gees, Flashes Battle In Homecoming Skirmish [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 30 October 1939
Bee Gees, Flashes Battle In Homecoming Skirmish Revenge is Hope Of 1939 Falcons Bowling Green's big, rugged team will invade Rockwell field Saturday in an effort to spoil Kent's annual Homecoming. With a record of four wins and only one defeat under their belts, Coach Harry Ockerman's charges promise to be a tough barrier for the Golden Flashes to hurdle. The Bee-Gee's have another reason for wanting Kent's scalp. Their only conference defeat last year was a 7 to 3 loss to the locals. Bowling Green will bring with them a line averaging 190 pounds, a line that so far this year has yielded but two touchdowns in five games. The only loss suffered by the Ockerman's team this year was a 7-6 reverse to Capital. Two bulwarks of their line will be Captain Ed Siminski, 200-pound tackle who is being boomed,, for All-Ohio honors, and LaMar "Posty" Knecht, who won recognition on last year's Ohio conference all-star list. He is an accurate place-kicker. Left-halfback Steve Brudzinski is the Bee-...
GERMS WORK OVERTIME [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 30 October 1939
GERMS WORK OVERTIME The activities of germs showed a slight gain during the past week, as 11 students are on the bedstricken list. Clyde Hawthorne, Betty Tuskey, Rosalie Christian and Henry Briggs were in the university hospital. Sent to their homes were Julius Piorowski, Akron; Arden Blake, Cuyahoga Falls; Marie Dickerhoof, Akron; Dewitt Cox, Canton, and Jessie Hudson. Confined to their rooms were Paul Mosher and Barbara Duncanson.
Last Minute Safety Gives Kent 8-6 Win Over Hobart [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 30 October 1939
Last Minute Safety Gives Kent 8-6 Win Over Hobart Intercepted Pass Fatal to Hobart A first quarter touchdown and a last minute safety enabled Kent State's Flashes to edge Hobart college, 8-6, in a closely fought battle at Hobart Saturday. Kent opened the scoring early in the first quarter when Joe Mileski plunged over from the one yard line, following a recovered fumble and a drive, headed by Mileski and Mickey Mittiga, from the Hobart 25-yard line. Mike Feduniak attempted a place kick for the conversion, but it was blocked. Kent's winning points came on a freak play in the final minutes of the last quarter. Jone's pass was intercepted by Bill Sutter, near the Hobart goal, who, after considerable chasing, was tackled behind his own goal for the Kent safety. The Flashes dominated the play throughout the entire first half, and nearly scored in the second quarter, only to have the Statesmen recover Mittiga's fumble on the Hobart three. In the second half, however, Hobart reversed thing...
Women's Sports Review [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 30 October 1939
Women's Sports Review SPLASH, bang, gurgle-gurgle! echos from the swimming pool as the Sharks club launches its ninth year as the mermaids of KSU's Women's Athletic association. "Baumy" Ethel Baum, junior and health and physical education m-ajor captains the 1939 group of fair swimmers. Under her management and with the aid of the club's advisor, Miss Julia Marshall, a super-sharks club has been organized for advanced swimmers who are interested in form swimming, racing and diving. This,new organization plans to revive the custom of intramural swimming meets for women, which was dropped after the 1936 season. Plans for a pageant are also underway and if they are carried out, the Sharks club will have completed jone of the most successful seasons of its nine years of existence. -t In 1928 when the national organization for women's athletics—WAA—came on the campus, women wishing to swim went to Brady lake, .(in warm weather, of course), with their sponsor and instructor, Mrs. Irwin. I...
Wrestling Rules Discussed At Meeting of Officials [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 30 October 1939
Wrestling Rules Discussed At Meeting of Officials If a wrestler intentionally loafs i after scoring an advantage, the referee can withdraw that advantage and make the match even, is one of the new rules decided last week at a meeting of the Northeastern Ohio Wrestling Officials association held at the Case club in Cleveland. The referee has the power to decide a bout if he believes that one of the wrestlers is intentionally loafing. Coach Pete Burno, of BaldwinWalace college, was elected president of the group for the coming year, and Kent's coach-Joe Begala was named vice president. Vic Trojan, of Shaker Heights, was chosen secretary-treasurer. Begala was president of ♦the association in 1932. A list of Cleveland district wrestling officials, including 12 former Kent men, was named. It was announced at the meeting that Baldwin-Wallace will have a wrestling team this year, and at present is promoting an intensive intramural wrestling program to prepare for next season. The Kent dele...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 30 October 1939
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 30 October 1939
COTTAGE ICE CREAM 134 E. Main St. Phone 3063 Donuts and Cider for your Parties. Ice Cream 25c qt. Special Candies for Parties IKENTONIAN PARTY Presents PEG CARPER-Homecoming Queen And Your Candidates FOR CLASS PRESIDENTS: Gordon Hostettler Senior Bud Treat Junior Bob Seese Sophomore Bill McPhail Freshman FOR STUDENT COUNCIL: Leland Zahniser Senior Louis Cardinal Senior Kay Maloney Junior Helen Ingram Junior .Marietta Carlozzi Junior Bob Cook Sophomore Ed. Zink Freshman Connie Waldo Freshman Helen Rothermund Freshman VOTE KENTONTAN!!
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
THE KENT STATER Volume XV, Number 18 Kent State University Kent, Ohio Wed. Nov. 1, 1939 Whole Number 593 Full News Coverage of America's Fastest Growing University 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., ,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. Subscription Price $2.75 Per Year Jack Watts (Phone ,4325) Editor-in-Chief Joe Blair, Jr. (Phone 4325) Business Manager Robert Kenyon Edition Editor Business staff: Assistant Business Managers: Mark Treat, William Schraegle; Advertising Assistants: W...
Many Alumni Already Here; Theatre Production Tonight [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
Many Alumni Already Here; Theatre Production Tonight First nighter presentation of "Ethan Frome" at 8:15 p. m. tonight opens the four day 1939 Fall Homecoming celebration. The cast, headed by freshmen and upper classmen alike, have worked for weeks to make this production an interesting hour and a half of entertainment. "Ethan Frome," written by Edith Wharton and dramatized by Owen and Donald Davis, presents the tragedy of a community of modern New England farmers. The hero, Ethan, portrayed by Walter Krumm, falls in love with the hired girl, Lynn Miller, who his wife, Elizabeth Gorlich, is constantly forcing him to escort. Comic relief is afforded by Watson Watts, as the hired man. One night when Ethan and the girl Mattie are together on their way through the snow, they realize that they love each other and, he being married, that they cannot go on like this. Seeing a slide, they decide to die together by crashing their sled as it careens down the hill. But the sled does not crash ...
Kent-Reserve Migration Set For League Park, Nov. 11 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
Kent-Reserve Migration Set For League Park, Nov. 11 Kent State students will migrate to Cleveland by special train again this year, it was announced in student council meetin, Monday. The migration set for Sat-&lt; urday, Nov. 11, to the KentReserve game is expected to leave at approximately 11 a. m. on a chartered Erie train. The trip will take about an hour and 45 minutes and special busses will meet the train in Cleveland to transfer students and faculty members to League park, where the game will be played. Tickets for the migration will be placed on sale next Monday and may be purchased in the atrium, Stater office, fraternity and sorority houses, Brady and Robin Hood. The tickets, costing $1.75, include round trip fare to and from the game and admission to the game. Persons having transportation may buy special tickets to the game for 50 cents. Last year, 1400 tickets were sold, filling a 20 car train chartered for the migration to John Carroll.