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Kent Society ... [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
Kent Society ... By Natalie Though some are still trotting through the halls saying . . . "See Kent did loose hy six touchdowns" . . . and columnist Tony Weitzel, still infers that Salomey's odor wouldn't be helped by a Life Buoy "bath, the Greeks are giving serious thought to the problems that arise from the annual Fun Fest. The last open smoker will be held tomorrow night at the Sigma Tau Gamma house, with Dick Wiland, Bill Swallow and Bob Blockinger making plans. On. the following day, the Mothers club of the fraternity will have a tea at the house. Mrs. B. F. Kenkert is in charge. The Theta Sigma Upsilon actives are planning a benefit ' bridge and style show to take place in the Tea room at Polsky's, Friday night at 8 p. m. Two independent students, recently became affiliated with Greek organizations. Jacqueline Theory was pledged to the Alpha Omega sorority, while Dale Stewart became a pledge member of the Gamma fraternity. Though the All-Greek dance for actives, given by the A...
Portage Country Club Is Site Of Alpha Omega Annual All-Greek Dance [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
Portage Country Club Is Site Of Alpha Omega Annual All-Greek Dance Gil Crest Band Scheduled to Play Alpha Omega sorority, in honor of their new pledge chapter, is giving an All-Greek dance at the Portage country club, in Akron, Saturday night from 9 to 1. The formal dance will be open to all active fraternity and sorority members. Gill Crest's orchestra will play. Flans have been made to use all campus fraternity and sorority banners as decorations. Sometime during the evening, each group will sing one of their songs. Charlotte Boedeker is in charge of arrangements, while Maxine Lenner, Virginia Himes, Jeannette Malat and Bonita Dray make up the committee.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
STOP. . . That Hungry Feeling! Get A Hamburger That Is Really Good 10c At DICK'S DINER LOST ... A GOOD FOUNTAIN PEN Let us engrave your name on your pen and pencil. This might help prevent a loss —or get it back for you. Your Name on Pen or Pencil 25c Campus Supply Store "The Students Store" Next to Brady Dial 5111 Don't Be Bashful . . . I Tell your folks what real enjoyment they will get from having The Kent Stater sent to them regularly. Tell them they can share with you the grand experiences you are having at Kent State. Many hours of pleasure may be had for the $2.75 that one subscription costs. v . ■ • The Kent Stater 113 Merrill
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
Are you wanting a corsage, by chance, For the Alpha Omega All-Greek dance? If so, may I a suggestion make? Please order early, so I may take Time for materials, line and style. Last minute rushes are, for all, a trial. Just phone T'erese Green dial 4565, 414 E. Main st.—To please you I'll strive. Stater Ads Bring Results Convenient. . . for a coke or sandwich Collegiate. . . where the crowd meets Classy. . .' for a small dinner party Always the Favorite The Captain Brady Largest employer of student help ROUTE 18 WEST OF BRIMFIELD ... In the Groove . . . -■ SANDY'S LIFESAVER Kent State Night Every Wednesday Night Bob Elwood and his Singing Accordian Tonight
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
WANTED: University girl to work for board and room. See Miss Parrish in Dean of Women's office. Real Italian Spaghetti (Cooked to Order) With Italian Bread and Salad Venice Restaurant (Dining Room Upstairs) Rear Post Office, Phone 3023 211 Franklin Ave. MATINEES Daily 2:00 Eve. 6:30 Mon. Fri. j6:15-7:00 25c I THURSDAY PHI K///Z FRIDAY Escape the troubles of acaretornworld. . Romance with \ Madeleine and Fred and Allan in far-off beautiful Bali where life is just one long holiday! Paramwit pnsoti Fred Mac Murray Madeleine Carroll Allan Jones HONEYMOON with Akim Tamiroff 2nd FEATURE EDWARD ELLIS IN "MAIN STREET LAWYER" —SCREEN JAM SESSION— With EDDIE DeLANGE AND HIS BAND Eleanor Chinn 410 Stow Street Ruth Renz Lowry Hall Betty Hanes 356 Engleman Hall
Sadie’s Day a Success B-W Grid Stars [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 15 November 1939
Sadie’s Day a Success B-W Grid Stars OH, HAPPY DAY for Howard "Hairless Joe" Ressinger, who copped the prize as the "best dressed" citizen of Dogpatch, in the recent Sadie Hawkins Day contest. Rita "Sadie" Mehlenbacher is aimin' to teach "Hairless" to run away. By the way— Howard knew when he was caught. HAM AND EGGS and your morning paper all served at your beck and call - - - that is if you install one of those new-fangled facsimile machines. Neil Warnke shows us how easy it is to get the morning paper - - - no looking under steps or in the bushes - - - and what is more, no Christmas tips for the paper boy. WADE WATTS (above) and Hugh Arnold (below) constitute two of four starting backfield posts of a fast Baldwin-Wallace backfield. Watts, veteran quarterback, is the son of Ray Watts, coach of the Yellowjackets. Hugh Arnold, star passer of the Berea squad, practically beat Kent single handed in last year's homecoming tilt on Roosevelt field. His passing average for the year ranks ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 November 1939
The Kent Stater Volume XV, Number 25 Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, Friday, November 17, 1939 Z568 Whole Number, 599 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., .188 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 Jee Blair, Jr. (Phone 4325) Business Manager Betty Crampton Edition Editor Assistant edition editors: Tom Bates and John Mine; society editor, Natalie Floersheimer; sports editor, George Fleischer; promotion manag...
Pros and Cons [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 November 1939
Pros and Cons By Charles Maglione Student opinion strongly favored a "handsoff" policy on the part of the university administration in regards to the current controversyover student office-holding, it was learned in a student poll Wednesday. Consensus indicated that a student, if capable enough to handle more than one position, should be allowed to do so. One person, giving no formal statement when interviewed, did place the blame for any situation that might arise from any person holding more than one office, on the campus political groups who would place one or a few individuals up for these important positions. * ' "I think the most capable persons should hold campus offices," was the opinion of Lindy Barch, university sophomore. "I do believe, however, that no person should hold more than one major office." Tom Williams, university senior disagreed, however, with Miss Barch's statement saying, "If a man is capable of handling more than one office, I think he or she should be per...
Ohio Legislators Visit KSU Campus [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 November 1939
Ohio Legislators Visit KSU Campus Visiting Kent's campus yesterday were R. A. Bangham, direct or of finance, Fred L. Aaams, UUctil'" man of the Senate finance committee, and R. H. Ballard of the house of representatives, and chairman of the House finance committee. The men, who were going to Bowling Green State university, were invited by President K. C. Leebrick to stop at Kent State university and inspect the new buildings on the campus. At noon President Leebrick invited them to his home for a luncheon. Other guests were B. F. Renkert, business manager of the university, R. C. Dix, publisher and editor of the Kent CourierTribune, and John Surber, university supervisor for WPA.
Twins Born to Littlepages [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 November 1939
Twins Born to Littlepages Jay Littlepage, graduate of Kent State, and football and wrestling star, has been passing cigars, two at a time, since Tuesday. The occasion for the "double special celebration," was the birth of twins, a seven pound boy and a six pound girl, to Mr. and Mrs. Littlepage at the Robinson Memorial hospital, Ravenna, Tuesday. MFS. Littlepage is the former Alice Louise Birkner, at one time secretary to the dean of men.
Hostettler Keeps Both Offices [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 November 1939
Hostettler Keeps Both Offices Answering President Leebrick's request that he give up one of his student offices, Gordon Hostettler stated yesterday that he had no intention of resigning from either of the offices to which he had been elected. Dr. Leebrick had suggested that Hostettler give up either his position as Student council president, or president of the senior class in order to "set up a precedent" at the university, and to prevent "the concentration of student government power." The following is a complete statement made by Hostettler when asked what he intended to do concerning Leebrick's request: "The recommendation of Dr. Leebrick, as stated in last Wednesday's Stater, obviously calls for a statement on my part. Under present conditions I have no intention of resigning from either of the offices to which I have been elected. Had the objection been raised before the election, my resignition might have been withdrawn. I now feel that I have definite responsibilities to the...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater — 17 November 1939
Let's go to the movie tonight. If your name is in the Kent Theatre ads you may get your free pass by coming to the Kent Stater office. SORORITIES and FRATERNITIES For that next dinner-dance or banquet, why not have jt in our new BANQUET HALL and RECEPTION ROOM. Complete facilities for dinners, dancing, and soda fountain service. We also have facilities for smaller groups. Ravenna, Ohio Visit our Colonial Room this Saturday night. It is .open to the public every Saturday night. Dancing. Sodas, sundaes, sandwiches, etc.