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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 10 November 1939
Miss PHIL OFFER was this year's pick of them all for "Cotton Queen" because she has the right combination of charm and loveliness typical of the modern American girl. For real smoking pleasure the pick of them all is Chesterfield because its right combination of the world's best tobaccos gives smokers Real Mildness and Better Taste. THE PICK OF THEM ALL FOR is Chesterfield because of its right combination of the best American and Turkish tobaccos Real mildness is mQre important in a cigarette today than ever before because people smoke more now than ever before. That's why so many smokers have changed to Chesterfield... they are finding out that for Real Mildness and Better Taste the pick |&gt;of them all is Chesterfield. You'll find that Chesterfields are cooler, \ better-tasting, and definitely milder //lIA ... you can't buy a better cigarette. fmrnik iSaiiiilii&amp;iiSt MAKE YOUR NEXT PACK THEY REALLY SATISFY
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 November 1939
The Kent Stater Jimmy Doyle, Plain Dealer columnist, calls Kent gridders, ■"Flashes in the pan," in Sunday's Heserve-Kent game story. . . . Weather ... Fair today and tomorrow; warmer tomorrow. Complete News Coverage of America's Fastest Growing University Volume XV, Number 23 Z 568 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Monday, November 13, 1939 1 Whole Number 597 THE KENT STATER Kent State University, Kent, Ohio r 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. y ' (Represented by National Advertising Service, Inc., 420 Madison ave.. New York. 5 : 7 ' Subscription Price $2.75 P...
Noted Musicians to Entertain [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 November 1939
Noted Musicians to Entertain Trio Plays Cello, Piano and Violin Inaugurating the season's musical attractions at the university, the celebrated Trio of New York will give a concert in the auditoirium Wednesday •evening at 8:15. Considered a topnotch attraction, the famed combination of Carl Friedberg, pianist; Daniil Karpilowsky, violinist and Felix Salmond, cellist will arrive from the Manhatten city sometime Wednesday to prepare for their presentation. Enter by Activity Ticket According to announcements received from the music department, reserved seats for the concert will be available today, tomorrow and Wednesday upon presentation of the student activity ticket in the music office in 313 M. Admission to those not having activity tickets will be 50 cents per person. . Play Here Friedberg, a noted authority on piano music, came to America in 1914 after an interesting career in Vienna and since that time has been playing from coast to coast in various well known orchestras. Karpil...
Speaker To Outline Work Of Public Affairs, Research [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 November 1939
Speaker To Outline Work Of Public Affairs, Research Work of the public relations and research departments will be outlined by Ralph L. Lee, of the General Motors public relations office at tomorrow's assembly in the auditorium. The program is scheduled for 10 a. m. A native of Dayton, Lee has had wide experience in the sales and research field. His work has given him keen insight into the relations 6Lmen and management. Before joining the public relations department, Lee served in the household appliance department, as assistant sales manager of Frigidaire, as assistant director of customer research, and assistant to the vice president in Charge of sales for General Motors. Lee has widely scattered interests away from his work. Besides being an ordained Episcopal minister and an aviator operating his own plane, he is an inventor, plays the piano and organ, and etches.
Campusites [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 November 1939
Campusites The French club will meet in room 312 M tonight at 4 o'clock. This is the regular bi-monthly meeting of the.club and all members are asked to be present. * * * The Faculty Woman's Professional club meeting tomorrow night in the Robinhod will feature a lecture by Miss Ada Jordan. Miss Jordan, who is an instructor in the Home Economics department will speak on "Textiles at the World's Fair." The meeting will begin at 6 p. m. * * • Dr. Alice Ryder will address the Faculty Woman's club at its regular meeting in Engleman hall Thursday night at 7:30 p. m. She has chosen "Behind the Scenes in Food Research" as her topic. * * * A full evening of entertainment is guaranteed at the YMCA social meeting in 312 M Tuesday night beginning at 7:30. * * * Topics of importance to everyone at the present time will be discussed at the meeting of the International Relations club in the N. E. library at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. ♦ * * Dr. James T. Laing, of the sociology department, will speak to ...
Red Cats Claw Golden Flashes [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 November 1939
Red Cats Claw Golden Flashes Reserve Backfield Tallys Six Touchdowns In 38-0 Win Western Reserve's powerful grid machine shifted into high gear and rolled over the Golden Flashes 38 to 0 Saturday at League Park in Cleveland. Kent State's gridmen, outweighed nearly 15 pounds per man, fought to the best of their ability, but the Red Cats were just too big and too tough. Reserve piled up a record of 321 'yards gained from scrimmage, and nearly that much via the air route, scoring in every quarter except the third. The Flashes made a contest of it only in the third period. In this period they made four first downs while holding Reserve to one, and were stopped on the one-yard line after a 75-yard sustained drive. Reserve's coach, Bill Edwards, took no chances, and started practically his complete first-string team. Only Johnny Ries and Dick Booth, the Red Cat's star backs, were absent from the lineup when the opening whistle blew. Neither Ries nor Booth were used during the entire conte...
In the News [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 November 1939
In the News 2—Letter to the Editor . . . in which a university student gives his viewpoint of the recent election. 2—Column . . . citations on the gripe of the and campus manifestation of love. 3 —This week on campus . . . accurate and detailed account of the happenings of the week. 3 —Society story . . . Alpha Omega's to give annual AllGreek dance at the Portage Country club next Saturday. 4 —Sports story . . . preview of the Baldwin-Wallace football game to be held in Cleveland next Saturday.
Coach Ray Novotny Drills With Ohio National Guard [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 November 1939
Coach Ray Novotny Drills With Ohio National Guard Ray Novotny, university gym instructor and coach, participated in the two-day mobilization program of Kent's unit of the Ohio National Guard held Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 11 and 12, in his capacity as Second Lieutenant of Company C. Company Cis a convoy company. In its demonstration, the company used its 15 trucks and one wagon, which makes up its equipment. Second Lieutenant Novotny has been a member of Kent's company since it was organized February 10, 1937, with 44 men. The company will be stationed at the Ohio State fair grounds in Columbus during a second mobilization period starting Nov. 22 to 26. Instructors Attend Meet Attending the Women's Physical Education association meeting at Bowling Green last week were Mrs. Marie Apple, Mrs. Virginia Harvey, and Miss Alice Whitten, all of the Women's Physical Education department.
Do It Well [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 November 1939
Do It Well Students should learn at least one thing from group work in school. Everything that is worth doing at all, should be done well. Every undertaking should be a finished job. If the rally held Thursday night was an indication of the backing students wanted to give our team for the Reserve game, we have 50 loyal Kent Staters, and the majority of these belong to the band. The few that turned out yelled enthusiastically. But, their spirits were dampened a bit when they discovered that no plans had been made to hold a dance. —CP —K—
More Artists [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 November 1939
More Artists The assemblies this year have been well attended. The students would like to express their thanks for the good speakers we have had so far. Those in charge of assemblies have appreciated the students' interest, and have increased the assemblies. They have given us better entertainment. However, most of this has been on the intellectual side. Would it be possible for students to hear a few familiar figures in the arts? We suggest Carl Sandbujrg, Eleanor Frampton, or some other artist. —CP —K—
Reserve This Night [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 November 1939
Reserve This Night Kent Staters can look forward to an interesting evening in the future when Will Durant, noted historian, lecturer, and philosopher comes to the university January 16 at 7:30 p. m. ' " ' It is gratifying to know we will be given the opportunity to hear such a man. . Students may well reserve this night for Dr. Durant is both entertaining and instructional in his addresses. —CP —K—
Let Us Know [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 November 1939
Let Us Know There were a- lot of comments about Sadie Hawkins day. And the nicest thing about all of them was the fact that everyone agreed it was one of the best ideas that ever hit the campus. Several persons suggested that each month, there should be a day set aside for the girls to ask the fellows for a date. This would give the girls a chance to go with the boys they want. It would give the boys an opportunity to date many girls without feeling they are tramping on someone's toes. If students at Kent would like such a day, write to the Kent Stater. Let us know how you feel about such things.—CP
Kent Kampustry [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 November 1939
Kent Kampustry Ted Sapp, president of the Varsity "K", is wondering why members were not interested in the annual homecoming dinner this year. Arrangements had to be cancelled at the last minute because only twol reservations had been received. One was from a member of the varsity squad that held Bowling Green to a scoreless tie in 1921 and the other from one of the assistant coaches. The left "ear" in last Monday's Stater read, in part. "Bowling Green invasion dampens Homecoming ,celebration." It should have read, "Invasion of grads dampens Homecoming." The alumni made the weather wet enough for a swimming party, even though most of them couldn't navigate. How about a "No parking—not even Buicks" sign at the Atrium, steps? . . . Ossie E'stochin recently walked away from one of the local liashhouses thinking it was closed because the sign in the window said "Home Cooking" . . . At least that's what Shelly Helmick says . . . forgotten people—newly elected class officers . . . Lots of...