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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 13 November 1939
Stater Ads Bring Results Cash Special Low Price Cleaning DRY CLEANED AND PRESSED DRESSES (Plain] LADIES COATS (Without Fur) SUITS OVERCOATS 50c . . . 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. Dial 4452
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
The Kent Stater ~ . Weather. . . Fair today and tomorrow; warmer tomorrow. USE Stater classified ads for quick results. Stater ads reach over 2500 students in the most natural manner. What's more. Stater ads are cheap. Complete News Coverage of America's Fastest Growing University Volume XV, Number 24 Z 568 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Wednesday, Nov. 15, 1939 l Whole Number 598 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, 1327, 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 P...
Leebrick Suggests Gordon Hostettler Resign Senior Class or Student Council Presidency [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
Leebrick Suggests Gordon Hostettler Resign Senior Class or Student Council Presidency Bringing to a head the festering campus political situation, which has been brought to his attention, Dr. K. C. Leebrick, president of the university, suggested and strongly recommend- Ed that Gordon 'Hostettier,&lt; president of the university student council and .recently elected president of the senior class, resign one of the offices, it was learned late yesterday. Dr. Leebrick stated yesterday afternoon in an interview that there had been considerable discussion between him and Hostettler concerning the recent election. "Unless students use common sense about the number of offices held at one time, there ultimately must be some point system worked out on this campus governing the holding of offices and the eligibili- ty of candidates," Dr. Leebrick stated and continued, "if the student body does not solve the problem, the administration may have to do so." Dr. Leebrick gave as his reas...
About The Pigskin Prom [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
About The Pigskin Prom The Pigskin Prom which is usually staged before the last game of the season will be staged on the night of Dec. 1 in Wills gym, it was announced today by Mark Treat, chairman. Jhe prom will be under the Varsity K club and the queen to reign over the festivities will be chosen by the football team.
Large Greek Organizations Receive Set Back at Kent [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
Large Greek Organizations Receive Set Back at Kent The advent of nationally social fraternities and sororities upon the campus of Kent State university was delayed another notch when Dr. K. C. Leebrick, president of the university, an- nounced in faculty meeting in&lt; the Training school auditorium last night, that it would be at least 1941 before the university will be credited by the American Association of Universities. Dr. Leebrick realizes the popular desire to have nationally social organizations upon the campus, and realizing this, made a trip to New York City and discussed the situation with the heads of the association. The association announced that in reference to teachers colleges and reformed teachers colleges, (such is Kent State), they must move slow because of their important position in the educational world. The association meets but once each year, therefore prohibiting any action until 1941. At this time they announced that they would develop a policy wi...
Gamma Smoker [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
Gamma Smoker Although the fire department arrived two nights in advance of the smoker, in answer to a false alarm, the Sigma Tau Gamma smoker for unaffiliated men will be held at the fraternity house at 202 North Lincoln street tomorrow night at 7:30 p. m. This is the last in a series of open smokers and plans have been formulated for unique and extensive entertainment.
Here’s An Interesting Slant [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
Here’s An Interesting Slant Dean of Women Mary L. Smallwood gave a Stater reporter an interesting slant on the proposed resignation of Gordon Hostettler. "Kent State university has arrived at the point where more attention should be given the selection of the major and minor offices on the campus," she said. Yet there |is nothing we can do about it as this is a case of "locking the garage after the car is stolen." Dean Smaliwood pointed out that she was not against any person on the campus, but that many persons in the school could hold the responsibilities that the positions require. "Now is the time to prepare for the future," she stated.
Council Names Five To Investigate Election [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
Council Names Five To Investigate Election A committee to investigate the recent election was appointed at the Student council meeting, last Monday. In ,order that the investigation will be free from any political in- tiuences, Tive unaTTiiiated persons were chosen. Ernestine Baumgardner, Lamont Berger, Betty Crampton, John Powell, and Harold Serne were given the task of carrying their investigation as far as they wish. Anyone who wishes to do so may attend the meetings of this committee to listen to any evidence of "election smearing" that is presented. Only those students who may be called to testify at later dates will not be allowed to sit in on the meetings. A committee composed of Vincent McDevitt, Louis Cardinal, Connie Waldo and Leland Zahniser was chosen to carry on plans that were dropped last year for a student honor system. A recount of the votes for senior class secretary, in which Dorothy Ruggles defeated Virginia /Fredericks by one vote showed that the original count ...
Industry Discussed In KSU Assembly [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
Industry Discussed In KSU Assembly Ralph L. Lee, associated with the public relations and research departments of General Motors corporation, spoke at yesterday's assembly. Lee's subject was "The Development of American Industry." "Anyone who believes that industry develops in a flash of genius, a sudden inspiration, is guilty of foggy thinking," stated Lee. "American industry is founded on the sweat of many person's brows and is a result of much labor," Lee declared. Lee, also ail ordained Episcopal minister, gave the students a bit of homely philosophy when he advised them to build their lives, under a strong foundation and never to forget that "good horse sense is still the best policy."
For a Purpose [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
For a Purpose A columnist in the Kent Stater said class officers are forgotten men. This statement is usually so true that it hurts to admit it. Class officers fight hard to get elected to office, and then sit back and let the year slip by without doing anything for the class. We often have heard politicans in the business world make useless promises to get into office. We have often criticized them for their insincere platforms. If university students are to be educational leaders, they should set the mark high. Class officers at Kent State should remember promises and platforms have a purpose. They should remember to keep these promises.—CP —K—
The Busy Season [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
The Busy Season The student may look forward to a busy winter sports season and an interesting one. Kent State begins its basketball season early in December and its wrestling matches a week later. The basketball games, that should test the strength of any team, are scheduled to run from December 8 through March 11, 1940. Kent State will meet many of its football rivals such as Baldwin-Wallace, Western Reserve, Findlay, Mount Union, Bowling Green, and teams of surrounding territories. Kent wrestling teams have won national recognition for their smart wrestling. This year's schedule includes Kansas State, Ohio State, Ahio University, Michigan State, Wash ington and Jefferson, and other teams. Yes, students should be very busy this year boosting two strong teams—a basketball team and a championship wrestling team.—CP —K—
Stand By Them [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
Stand By Them Our last football tilt is played with Bald-win-Wallace. This should be a tough game with which to wind up a football season. It is especially tough for the boys to go on the field for this game. Severe criticism and sarcastic game write-ups have been heaped upon them. Football fans in Kent have been disappointed with their team. But, this isn't the time to "kick." This is a time to boost. In conversation with various townspeople, students have been heard to knock their team and coach. If you cannot be a loyal Kent Stater, you are passing up an opportunity for a better football club. Every team has its ups and downs; every coach has a good and bad season, the least we can do is to stand by them.—CP —K— Paul Bush is only one of the undergraduates at Cleveland East High school that has offered to make a pact with his classmates to never-never shave his moustache.
Purely Personal Piffle --- At This End [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
Purely Personal Piffle --- At This End By Bob Kenyon Purely Personal Piffle - - - The two guys that kept playing Artie Shaw's arrangements of "Traffic Jam," at the cottage the other night and kept the dancers well seated . . . Bluesinger Millie Maxa adoring Bandirector Metcalf's daughter and the way she struts in front of the band . . . George Papushak showing Cottage patrons the jitterbug style , . , the gals tell they have a polish called 'Blue Pink' . . . Charlie McCarthy used to be on Rudy Valee's program - - now it's vice-versa . . .Will Durant, the marriage speaker that comes here next year, is a friend of Walter Winchells'. That tune, "When I Walk With Billy," sold over a million copies in 1911 . . ~Also the tunes "Angry," and "Oh! Johnny Oh!," are plenty aged . . . The number "You and Your Love" is going places. Goldie Flush sez - - - The reason they call Francie Rhodes, "Spook," is because she dated a Wesleyanite called "Spook" this sum mer . . . That Charles Kruck wants a ...
Poetic Delts Subject of— postscripts [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
Poetic Delts Subject of— postscripts By Ted Charles Rode in a new Ford cabriolet with Eifort Saturday - - - couldn't get arrested for speeding, but for flying too close to the ground ... The new book of the week, "Raked Over the Coals" by Ernie Williams - - - Stater staff stiffens together. B-W versus Kent, Goliath and David. Rules for men would be like one muzzle for a two headed dog. Newest fad of the week. Diplomatically dating girls so as to be invited to the coming dorm dances. A year is such a short time, especially when dates a contract.
KSU Mirror [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
KSU Mirror Taken from Stater Files ONE YEAR AGO TODAY—J. J. White, Independent party candidate, was elected Homecoming Queen as more than 1200 students cast votes in a record election. \ FIVE YEARS AGO—Kent gridmen celebrated a real old fashioned Homecoming in the. old fashioned way- by sending the highly touted Hiram eleven home defeated, ELEVEN YEARS AGO—An article written by Dr. A. W. Stewart of Kent State college was published in the last edition of the General Science Quarterly magazine.
Speed and More Speed Subject of— Around the Clock [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
Speed and More Speed Subject of— Around the Clock Time once gone by never returns. It seems that I have heard that phrase recited somewhere before, a long time ago. It seems somebody said that years and years ago and yet now it seems at last to take on importance for me. Time itself is not so important as what we do with it. Hurry! Hurry! that's all we do. We drive in cars 90 miles an hour and damn near break our necks to get to a dance so we can sit and watch the others arrive. We gobble, and swallow our food whole so we might be able to spend a fewmore precious minutes with our newest heart-beat. Try and think of your girl some time when you have indigestion and see if she can cure that. From the time we are born we hurry - - - to where - - - only the grave. We hurry through grade school in the regulated time (that is most of us do), then through high school and then to college where we are to learn the profession that will hurry us through our years so we may die soon enough to g...
Kent Trio Will Hear Them [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
Kent Trio Will Hear Them . . . Clifton M. Utley "WAR AND THE UNITED States,' will be the subject of Mr. Clifton M. Utley as he addresses the International Relations Clubs Conference November 17 and 18, to be held at Berea College, Be- rea, Kentucky. Three Kent students, Lillian Kochenderfer, Chris Kainrad, and Ralph Wands will leave Thursday afternoon on a two day trip at the Conference. The other speaker to address the conference Will be Dr. Ben M. Chernngton, Chief of the Division of Cultural Relations, Department of State, who will speak on "Our Cultural Heritage, Responsibility and Opportunity." . . . Dr. Ben M. Cherrington