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Students Must Vote In Home District [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
Students Must Vote In Home District "Sec. 4785-33a —students attending college. If any person in this state shall move or shall have moved from one county to another within this state to attend any college, academy, normal school, university or other institution of learning located in any such other county, his legal residence for the purpose of voting shall be deemed to be the county from which he came, hereinafter known he has moved ... unless he shall not vote in the county into which he has moved . . . unless he shall have the intention of continuing to reside in such county . . . when he shall have ceased to attend such institute of learning." In other words, except under expressly stated circumstances, students must either go home to vote or write home for an absentee ballot.
Board of Trustees Pass Parking Law [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
Board of Trustees Pass Parking Law The ruling regarding student parking was passed by the University Board of Trustees, and Dr. K. C. Leebrick, president of the university. There is no student parking allowed anywhere on the campus, with these exceptions: the parking lot, directly in back oi Moulton hall; the driveway on both sides, in the rear of Moulton; and on one side of the new driveway, except in certain restricted areas as marked. There is no parking allowed on the inside circle of new drive, directly in back of Merrill, and by the gym entrance. The space on the new driveway, directly opposite the heating plant, is also restricted at the present time. Traffic officers will be on duty at all times. All offenders are subject, to fine, and the fine increases with each offense. All fines are payable at the office of Assistant Treasurer, and unless paid within a stated time, the offender will be dismissed from school.
They Say ........ [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
They Say ........ They Say Today You can have but one vote—social column, Pg. 3. Bowling Green pictures —Pg. 4. We men want freedom —The Other Side —Pg. 2. The dance had better be good— Uptown Lowdown —Pg. 2. The weather is in the paper— Pg. 1. "We have a stronger party this year," Bob Wilson —Pg. 1 Art Club Holds Trip A trip, to the International Exhibition of Paintings, at Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh, was made Sunday by 35 members of the Art club. They were accompanied by Pres. K. C. Leebrick, Nina S. Humphrey, head of the art department; and E. L. Novotny.
Carper or Ulmer? -- Students Disagree As Election Nears [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
Carper or Ulmer? -- Students Disagree As Election Nears Special Election for B. A. Students Activity Cards Necessary to Vote Campaigning Draws to a Close Today With Each Party Certain of Victory Tomorrow the student body of Kent State university will march to the polls and make little marks on little pieces of paper and through this procedure select the 1939-40 Home- coming Queen, class officers and councilmen. The outcome of this battle will be most interesting as each party is certain that their candidate will win. The Blue and Gold, backers of lovely Jean Ulmer predict a strong rally to their side as Bob Wilson, candidate for senior president on this ticket, stated, "Our party is definitely stronger this year than it has ever been. This is due to the compactness of the group." On the other hand, the Kentonian party, backers of popular Peg Carper, are equally certain of a victory. Each party admits the election will be no landslide. A special election will be held for the members ...
The Athletic Dept. Says [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
The Athletic Dept. Says Editor's Note:—Much controversy arose from the loss of the Findlay game. For that reason the edition-editor has asked Lincoln Hackim, sports publicity man of the university, to write an editorial. He has spent five years at Kent, having graduated in the regulation four, and taken post graduate work for the past year. He has in this time been closer to the teams and coaches than any other individual. Mr. Hackim complies with the following. FOLLOWING Kent State university's defeat by a supposedly inferior Findlay team , Friday, certain grumblings were echoed over the campus directed primarily by the student publication, the Kent Stater. First, the Kent 11 was without the services of four regulars and secondly, Findlay received and capitalized on every break. However, the coaching staff has not attempted to alibi or take away from Findlay's well deserved victory. The Flashes played badly and suffered the corisequences, a 10-7 defeat. What fans seem to forget, ho...
Up-town Lowdown [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
Up-town Lowdown The band at the Homecoming dance had better be good. The band should be as good as either Alf Bottomley or Gil Crest. Why? Why should it be as good as either of these two bands? Because those who chose the orchestra had the chance to get either of these bands, but instead chose the unknown Freddie Snyder. Alf Bottomley and Gil Crest both have Kent university students in their organizations, and a job for the band would help these students through school. Snyder comes from Alliance and more than likely has a couple Mount Union students in the band. We think that the high pressure agent Katzenmeyer had a lot to do in squeezing this unknown in on us. Both Gil Crest and Bottomly have been tried and have given satisfactory results. The Homecoming dance is one of the biggest and best, yet we have to stand for an untried band and hope that it satisfies the alumni. The student body likes Gil Crest from the receptions he has been given. Many have expressed approval of Alf Bot...
postscripts [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
postscripts TELL me are those wno socialize —Social-Liars. Talk politics —Naw let's be friends. Waste —- Telling hair raising stories to bald headed men, also that fence around the Library. Newest fad of the week. Getting money from home so you can pay off last weeks debts so you can borrow it back this week from the fellows you just paid. Overheard in a downtown restaurant, "How much are these pork chops?—4s you say. My they don't look a day over 30." Let me out at the next stop conductor, I thought this was a lunch wagon. University colors —Red. Seen by both parties.
KSU Mirror [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
KSU Mirror Taken from Stater Files A YEAR AGO TODAY—Kent's football team was defeated by John Carroll's Blue Streaks 27-6. The Flashes lone score came as a result of Carm Falcone's plunge through center. This game was the migration trip. FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY —- Eleanor Bader, Alpha Sigma Tau; Marge McNab, Alpha Sigma Alpha and Helen Westcott were vieing for ,the coveted title of Homecoming Queen. TEN YEARS AGO TODAY—"Weeping Joe" Begala was quoted as saying, "Although I haven't a skelton of the past season's wrestling team —I have a few prospects." The team went on that year to an exceptionally good season.
Rules for Men Subject of— The Other Side [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
Rules for Men Subject of— The Other Side THERE is talk here and there of rules for men students. There are some slight, undercover rumors of guys-in and lights-out hours to be shoved down our manly throats. There is some hinting that regulations are to be set forth governing the action and hours of men on this campus. They are now merely rumors —some drop in idle talk from the lips of landladies —some are passed from student to student by tricky little "don't quote me but I heard from soandso, who is a big-wig in the student council that —." * # * There is nothing official in,the patter but something official might develop from it; whispering campaigns do bear fruit of sorts sometimes. And, in a letter, Dean Manchester said that college men "were expected" to be in their rooms by 11 o'clock. Just as long as we are expected to be there —that's all right. But, I don't want to be told I MUST be there. * * * In some schools there are restrictions put on the gay, young blades. I hope tha...
Greeks Welcome Alumni With Social Parties [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
Greeks Welcome Alumni With Social Parties Many Banquets Top Off Homecoming Weekend Today although they are busy painting "Welcome Alumni" signs, Saturday will be another story. Saturday, the first homecoming of this year is one of the biggest and most important days. To some it is a time for liquid celebration, to others a' time when they may renew old acquaintances. Although it is simply called "homecoming," it is a word with a variety of meanings . . . Freshmen don't understand it. Sophomores tolerate it while upper classmen are plenty excited. The SIGMA TAU GAMMA fraternity is planning to have a dinner for actives and alumni. George Urban, president of the alumni chapter will be toast master while the responsibility of the dinner falls on the shoulders of Dick Wiland, social chairman. The DELTA PHI SIGMA fraternity will have a 12 hour open house from noon to midnight. After the game there will be a buffet supper for actives, alumni and dates. For the affair they are turning over ...
Kent Church Holds Essay Contest [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
Kent Church Holds Essay Contest An essay contest that features $2O as first prize and $lO as second prize, is being sponsored by the Kent Episcopal church. The contest will be on the subject, "What Part Shall the Church Play on the Campus," and will be directed by the Reverend Stephan M. Kelker. The contest will close a week before Christmas vacation.
society ... Elections . . . Photographers Season . . . Officers Named . . . [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
society ... Elections . . . Photographers Season . . . Officers Named . . . by Nat Floersheimer Elections are practicall upon us —and so help me —I bet —that when I'm out of ihe minority and am one of the majority . . . even the selection of a U. S. president won't phase me. Regardless, after tomorrow, many more persons will have more restful slumbers and happier dreams. While speaking of elections, you know each student is entitled to one vote. Heard of a student last year who went through the dormitories asking friends if they weren't going to vote, could she go up, with their activity cards and vote again. Although this isn't an advice column, a bit now and then, taken for what it's worth will slip in. Every one is entitled to vote, which means' that you have a say as to who will represent you in different activities through out the year. If you don't use yours, what is the sense of having an election? Seems that this is the season for photographers to get to work. Not only do we...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
DO YOUWant to learn to ride and jump? DO YOU—* Want to ride in the fresh air on trails colored by autumn? DO YOU— Want to take advantage of special rates offered to students? THEN YOU WANT THE RAVENNA RIDING ACADEMY 700 N. Freedom Telephone Ravenna 6328 (See Mrs. Apple at K. S. U. and join a class). TRANSPORTATION FURNISHED W '•i'-v i \ I - i