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Here's Five Falcons All Hoping to Spoil Kent's Homecoming [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
Here's Five Falcons All Hoping to Spoil Kent's Homecoming The fastest, heaviest, and. strongest team yet to face Kent during the current season will trot onto Rockwell field Saturday afternoon to do its best to spoil Kent's annual homecoming and to revenge last year's 7-3 loss. Five Falcons who guarantee to give Kent plenty of trouble are pictured above. Reading from left to right are: Lamar Knecht, senior guard who is in the running to win all-Ohio honors. Within the 20yard line "Posty" is a deadly field goal kicker. Ed Wellner, sophomore halfback, is an especially good blocker and a hard 'tackier, and is one of the gamest players on the team although he weighs only 150. Steve Brudzinski, junior half- back, is an exceptionally good runner and does a large share of the passing and kicking. Don Brashley, sophomore guard, a smart and heady ball player, was an all-Michigan tackle when in high school. Harold Mehlow, sophomore end, is noted for his quick analysis of plays. His speed, dec...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 1 November 1939
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 3 November 1939
The Kent Stater Complete News Coverage of America's Fastest Growing University Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Friday, November 3, 1939 Whole Number, 594 Volume XV, Number 19 z 568 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 Betty Crampton Edition Editor Assistant edition editors: Tom Bates and John Mine; society editor, Natalie -Fl...
Campus Is Scene of Gayety As Alumni Return to KSU [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 3 November 1939
Campus Is Scene of Gayety As Alumni Return to KSU Colorfully bedecked and* smartley themed dormitory, sorority and fraternity house decorations will brighten the streets of Kent and the university campus as the various houses vie in Homecoming fashion for the honor of being chosen the most original and cleverly decorated in competition. The decorations will be judged by Deans Raymond E. Manchester, Mary L. Smallwood and Adrian Van Wyen. With two presentations completed, Ethan Frome, Homecoming play, has launched the present celebrations in honor of Kent State's returning "grads." Tomorrow afternoon will see Kent meeting Bowling Green in a grid battle on Rockwell field and climaxing the festivities of the four days will be a dance in the gym featuring the music of Freddie Snyder and his orchestra. Queen of the Homecoming fete will be presented for the first time at the last showing of Ethan Frome, tonight, and will also be first lady at the Homecoming ceremonies between halves at the...
Oldster's Pipedream is Youth's Bondage [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 3 November 1939
Oldster's Pipedream is Youth's Bondage First definite indication of the oncoming struggle between the youth of the country and the "older generation" will be seen next Tuesday when Ohio turns to the polls to vote on the much debated Bigelow amendment. The "war of the pensionaires" will probably just be the unfolding of one of the most bitter struggles of America's history, for it will show whether the youth of America are willing to be put in bondage under one of the most asinine pieces of, legislation yet perpetrated to hoax the voters. This Biglow amendment is to date, tops in the pension fads that have intermittently swept the country.; It is even more impossible than the "Ham and Eggs" plan of California, the "Efery Man A King" plan of Louisiana, or the Townsend project which thrives among dotage stricken people. Don't let them gamble our future away!—JW
Carper Wins Hostetler Prexy of Seniors [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 3 November 1939
Carper Wins Hostetler Prexy of Seniors Treat, Seese and Dover Class Heads Sweeping to victory in tlie largest vote of the university's history, climaxing a hectic campaign, Peg Carper, petite Tri-Sig brunette will reign as 1939 Homecoming Queen over this week-end's festivities. Riding along with Queen Carper to victory over Jean Ulmer, were nearly every other member of the recently reorganized Kentonian party. The final tally showed that 1,423 votes had been cast. Miss Carper had nearly a 200 vote margin, receiving 799 to Miss Ulmer's 602. Out of the 29 offices voted for the Kentonian party took 20. Elected in the senior class were: president, Gordon Hostettler; vicepresident, Donald Miller; secretary, Dorothy Ruggles; treasurer, Howard Resseger; and for Student council, Louis Cardinal and Leland Zahniser Junior class officers are: president, Mark Treat; vice-president, Dick Wiland; secretary, Margie Hunt; treasurer, Eloise Smith; Student council, Wanda Griffith, Kay Maloney and Vin...
NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 3 November 1939
NOTICE Blue Key, men's national honorary fraternity, announces that one trophy will be given to the fraternity having the best decorations Saturday, one !to a sorority and one to a dormitory. The trophies will be presented at the Homecoming dance Saturday night. Delta Phi Sigma fraternity and Alpha Omega sorority won the coveted trophies last year.
Let the Town Shine [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 3 November 1939
Let the Town Shine Let's houseclean. Let's put on our best bib and tucker. In fact, let's do some real work this weekend. The occasion for all this is homecoming. The fraternities and sororities are planning to decorate their houses. The dormitories are also competing with them to make their places stand out to visitors. The town should shine today and tomorrow. Many outsiders will be here to look us over. This is one time we can show them that we have spirit. If possible, get permission to put up a welcome sign on all off-campus student residences. This is homecoming. Put up welcome signs and maybe a lot of healthy noise. This town should hum with activity these two days.—CP —K—
Welcome Alumni [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 3 November 1939
Welcome Alumni Editor's note: This is a reprint from the Nov. 12, 1930 edition of the Kent Stater. Change the name of the team we play Saturday, the enrollment, and make a few minor changes and you have the sentiments of the 1939 Kent Stater.—CP This, the last edition of the Kent Stater before Homecoming day, which will bring hundreds of graduates back to the school for a day, or maybe two or three, seems to us to be the one most appropriate for a word of greeting. We welcome you. - The college has prepared a round of activities for your enjoyment. Our game with Defiance Saturday places before you one of the best Kent State teams in history. One that has got the fight and the ability to upset the best team in Ohio Conference and make the name "Golden Flashes" feared by the best. Entertainment does not stop with the game. We invite you to attend the dance in Wills gymnasium Saturday evening. Your old friends will be there. There have been many changes made "on the hill" since you lef...
Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 3 November 1939
Letters to the Editor Dear Editor: Under the present assembly system things have gotten to the point' where students come to school to get excused from classes to go to assembly. Since most professors plan their work so that each class period covers a definite portion of the work to be covered in a semester, the omission of one class period not only loses the work of that period but sets the program back all along the line. I have heard many students complain about this loss of time and work, especially those who are taking laboratory classes. Two hour laboratory periods, which are a general rule here, are not long enough in the first place and when one hour is knocked off for assembly, practically the whole period is gone. In classes having no laboratory the situation is not quite as bad, but bad enough to cause the omission of work which is necessary as a background for the remainder of the course. I would like to suggest two possible methods of handling the as- semblies which, in...
Pros and Cons [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 3 November 1939
Pros and Cons This week's question. "What is your opinion on President Roosevelt's change of the date for Thanksgiving?" President Roosevelt is merely using the change of the Thanksgiving date to show his authority," was the opinion expressed by one member of the student body Wednesday when quizzed on the advancing by one week of the Thanksgiving holiday this fall. Opinion on the matter, however was varied almost as much as the persons who were quizzed. Some thought the holiday change did not make any. difference, one way or another, while some thought it was very wrong to change the date of the traditional holiday. Opinions expressed by different campus persons are as follows: Max Conner, junior—"For business reasons I approve the change." Bill Linsenmann, junior—"It ia purely a holiday and I don't see why it should make enough difference to argue about." Dick Hill, senior—"l think it is a tradition and should be kept so." Kitty Ervin, senior—"Having it one week earlier isn't worth...
This Week With Rayy Mitten [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 3 November 1939
This Week With Rayy Mitten Editor's Note:—The opinions expressed in this column are those of the columnist. The Kent Statep accepts no responsibility for them. To represent the alumni for the Homecoming issue, Rayy Mitten, graduate of '39, and former columnist for the Kent stater, was asked to submit a column for this occasion. You undergraduates probably will see the first of them tonight. The alumni, I mean. , There usually is a pretty fair-sized mess of them down in Al's cellar, and you can spot them by the stacks of beer cans on their tables. They'll be at the Hotel, too, seeing if their elbows have stiffened any since undergraduate days. ♦ * * You'll see a lot more of them tomorrow; the town and campus will be crawling with them. You'll hear plenty hearty greetings; there will be several , hundred "well-l'll-be-damned's" and "whadaya-know's" bandied about; and enough backslapping and handpumping to make a rally-hungry politician cringe with envy. Some of the older grads will be...
Socially Speaking ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 3 November 1939
Socially Speaking ... ENGLEMAN ENTERTAINS WITH TEA DANCE Following the Homecoming game tomorrow a tea dance will be held for alumnaa and guests in Engleman hall lounge. Dr. and Mrsy' Harry D. Wolfe andMissßarbara Menges, house resident at Engleman hall, will chaperone the affair. June Snyder and Phyllis Hull are plajining : the. tea dance and Mary. McDermott has charge of Homecoming decorations. Prizes for the most original: decorations' at * the Engleman hall Hallowe'en party, held Tuesday night in the dining hall, were awarded* to Elizabeth Teuscher, Elizabeth Laurenson, and Betty Miller. # LOWRY HALL ANNOUNCES OFFICERS Approximately 90 couples attended Lowry hall's first dance of the season last Saturday night. A novel idea was the use of alO foot jack-o-lantern as the central theme of the decoration. , . .The main feature of the dance was the introduction of the new Lowry hall officers by the retiring president, Sue Snyder, jgrho presented Lila Douglas with the official gavel. T...