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Kent Re-kindles Traditional Rivalry With Akron Zippers [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 September 1939
Kent Re-kindles Traditional Rivalry With Akron Zippers The renewal of Ohio's hottest collegiate rivalry will be seen this winter it was learned today as schedules for coming Flash ath- letic squads revealed that the Akron university Zippers will be met by Kent State teams in the next few seasons. The traditional rvalry, severed in 1936 when the Zippers athletic heads saw fit to go big time with their college athletics, has always provided the top competition in Ohio grid, court and other collegiate warfares. The Plashes will go into action against Akron on January 10 when they travel to the spacious Goodyear gym in the Rubber city to clash with the Akron basketeers. This match will be the first of a home and home arrangement that will see the Akronites coming to Kent's Wills gym on February 8. Continuing the rivalry on other fronts, the Akron U. matmen will come to Kent on January 6. Further engagements will see the Zippers meeting the Kent tracksters, baseballers, golfers, netters ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 25 September 1939
YOUR PARENTS WILL BE INTERESTED in keeping abreast of affairs at Kent State. Keep them informed of the many and varied activities at the University Your University. THE BEST WAY is to supplement your letters home with the Kent Stater. This year students can subscribe to the Kent Stater and have it sent home three times a week for $2.75 for the entire year. THE KENT STATER 113 Merrill
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 September 1939
The Kent Stater Complete News Coverage of America's Fastest Growing University Volume XV, Number 3 z 568 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Wednesday, Sept. 27, 1939 &lt;^||g|^i&gt;l Whole Number, 667 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 Editor-in-Chief Joseph S. Blair, Jr Business Manager Charles Maglione Edition Editor Assistant Edition Editors Stewart Pern and Bob Hirt; societyeditor,...
Dr. Leebrick Greets Frosh In Assembly [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 September 1939
Dr. Leebrick Greets Frosh In Assembly Assembly is the student body's own affair, Dr. D. W. Pearce, head of the Assembly committee explained yesterday morning as he spoke at the initial assembly program of the year in the university auditorium. Dr. Pearce, introduced by Dr. K. C. Leebrick, stressed the fact that the success of the assembly periods this year depends upon the student's actual participation in the sessions. He emphasized the fact that the various campus ganizations wishing to present programs should place their bids for use of the auditorium at an early date. The programs this year will be conducted with the desire of satisfying student demands. Deans Introduced Following introduction of Deans Blair, Crecraft and Allyn, Dr. Leebrick welcomed the freshmen to the Kent State campus. Dr. Leebrick also discussed the • various phases of student life on the campus and the manner in which it would affect the newly entered student. He gave a warning note to all present to sift f...
AWAIT DETAILS OF AIR TRAINING [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 September 1939
AWAIT DETAILS OF AIR TRAINING * Complete details regarding methods of registering for the student's air training course, are expected to be received in a few days by Dr. K. C. Leebrick, president of the university. The number of students from Kent State to be allowed to take the pilot's training,, is to be decided in Washington. Exact methods of registering for the course, also are to be decided within a short time.
Schoolmates [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 September 1939
Schoolmates In making out an application for admission to Kent State university, each entering student is asked to answer the following question: "Have you ever attended any school or college since graduating from high school ?" The answer should he either "Yes" or "No." Rumors have come to this office that certain students now enrolled here at Kent have answered the above question incorrectly, or have simply neglected to answer it. Any student found to be guilty, now or at a future time, of such procedure will be summarily dismissed. If the error or omission is reported at once, the student's record will be reviewed in the light of the correct statestatement. E. C. Stopher, Registrar.
Father-Son Combination Solves School Problem [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 September 1939
Father-Son Combination Solves School Problem By Mickey Dover A student of the university that is 41 years old is interesting, but not unusual. However, when that student has his own son for a school chum, that is news! Perhaps Frank Fair, 19, was a bit reluctant to enter into the quest for a higher education, so Kenneth E. Fair, 41, decided to show the boy that Pop knows best. He proceeded to do just that, and became a middle-aged seeker of knowledge. With a concrete example such as that, Frank decided that college must not be such a bad place after all, and following his graduation from high school this year, he enrolled as a wearer of the Frosh cap, and joined his father, now a junior in the College of Education. The two generations shortly will have another addition to their ranks. Richard Fair, now a sophomore fn the training school, will join his father and brother as soon as he graduates. Asked as to whether or not he helped his son with difficulties that arise in connection w...
German Professor Safe in Dresden [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 September 1939
German Professor Safe in Dresden Dr. Anna Shafheitlin, professor of German, is safe in the city of Dresden it was learned late yesterday afternoon in a message from the stranded German teacher. Dr.. Shafheitlin will be unable to return to this country for at least six months. Dr. Shafheitlin had traveled from Bremen to Dresden while on her visit to her former homeland and was situated in Dresden when the present hostilities broke out. She has been granted a leave of absence by the university and will return to her classes as soon as possible.
Hostettler Names Committees [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 September 1939
Hostettler Names Committees Council Plans Revision Of Class Representation; Three Vacancies Filled Gordon Hostettler, president of the student council, named seven new committees, planned the creation of others and made arrangements to fill three positions vacated by representatives at the first council meeting of the year, Monday afternoon. The position left vacant by Robert Hurd, this year's senior representative, will be filled temporarily by Woodrow Barkett, who was vice president of the junior class from which Hurd was elected. Marge Hunt, last year's sophomore secretary will be asked to name the fill-ins for the posts left by Jeanne Hart and James Ryback, junior representatives. Permanent representatives will be elected early in November. Work was resumed by the council on the plan to give student representation to the faculty committees. This has been suggested before, but the present council has taken the first steps to name students on the publication, athletic, discipline,...
YMCA Holds Mixer For Frosh Men [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 September 1939
YMCA Holds Mixer For Frosh Men All freshmen are invited to attend the first freshmen mixer of the newly formed YMCA to be held this evening in the little gym, 115 Kent hall, at 7:30. Paul Critz will lead group singing, Bob Elwood, accordianist will be on hand, and Ray Deming is in charge of group games. The officers and cabinet members are to be presented after which cider and doughnuts will be served free of charge. The group will end the ceremonies by serenading the dormitories and nearby rooming houses.
Harder Schedule [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 27 September 1939
Harder Schedule Kent State students want a football team that will properly represent their university. Competing with colleges and universities that are of at least the size and strength of Kent will add to our prestige. Newspapers publicize the advantages of the school and help to spread its name throughout the country. The youth who chooses a university for his own, wants one that is respected in sports as well as in scholarship. It is time for Kent State to schedule teams that will compliment its growth. It is time the coaching staff realizes this is the greatest opportunity they have for attracting worthwhile athletes. There are limitations which bind a school to play certain other schools within a named sphere. This, of course, cannot be altered. Nevertheless, Kent State should be conscious of the need for a football schedule worthy of her size.—CP —K—