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READING CLINIC Jacobs To Speak At Clinic [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
READING CLINIC Jacobs To Speak At Clinic The College of Education will sponsor its eighth annual Reading Conference from July 1215. The conference theme will be “Enriching Life Through the Language Arts.” Leland B. Jacobs will be one of the main speakers. He will speak on the topics “Opening the World of Books for Children,” and “Enriching Life Through Books.” Jacobs has taught in all elementary and high school grades, and on the college level, in the fields of language arts and children’s literature. He is also active in such teacher’s organizations as the Association for Childhood Education and the National Council of Teachers of English. Other speakers on the conference program are: Dr. Nancy Young, curriculum coordinator of New York city schools; Winifred Ward, professor emeritus, Northwestern university; and Emmett A. Betts, director of the Reading Clinic at Temple university. The committee in charge of the four-day conference is headed by Dr. Marion VanCampen, head of the elem...
Photo Course Now Offered [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
Photo Course Now Offered A special photography course will be offered this summer for teachers and other students interested in learning basic photographic techniques. In the general catalog the course is listed as Journalism 494. Professor James A. Fosdick, course instructor, says that the students will also be taught special practices in producing slides for teaching and training. The class is being offered from 2:20-4:30 p.m. daily, the first session. The second session will feature the class from 12:30-2:40 p.m., daily. Students must supply their own film and printing paper, but complete studio and darkroom facilities are available for taking and printing the pictures.
CAR OWNERS [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
CAR OWNERS To avoid a $2.00 late registration fee all vehicles either owned or operated by students must be registered with the University Police department. These vehicles will be parked in student parking lots only. No parking on any campus drives between the hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. or after 11 p.m. Earl B. Coleman Police Chief
Summer Term Has A History [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
Summer Term Has A History With a pre-registration of over 800 students, there is expected to be a total enrollment between 2100 and 2200 for the first summer session. Last summer there was a registration of approximately 2175 students, as an average of the two summer terms. This was quite a drop from the all time high of 3800 in the summer of 1951. Summer enrollment started in 1914 when 1250 were registered that year. There were various booms and busts in the history of the summer enrollment. The booms came during the wars and the depression, the busts came in the periods of prosperity before and after these epochs. Because of the shortage of teachers immediately after World War I, students could leave high school in June, take six weeks training, and teach on temporary certificates in September. Finally, students were not accepted for teaching positions with less than a year or two of training, and the summer enrollment began to decline.
OU Ticket Prices Fall With Tax Cut [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
OU Ticket Prices Fall With Tax Cut Admission to the Ohio university football games has been reduced according to the OU ticket manager. The pasteboard peddler said the reduction was made possible by the recent tax cut passed by Congress. General admission tickets were cut to $1.50, reserved seats to $1.75 and box seats to $2.25 for the home games with Xavier, Toledo and Marshall. Tickets for the homecoming game with Miami will be $2.50 for reserved and $3.50 for box seats.
SUMMER FUN Entertainment Program Set By Dr. Schindler [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
SUMMER FUN Entertainment Program Set By Dr . Schindler A varied and interesting program of entertainment is on tap for the student body this summer, according to Dr. Clayton M. Schindler, director of extension and special services. The program will start June 29, i when Gen. Carlos P. Romulo will speak on “America's Stake in Asia.” Gen. Romulo was a former General Mac Arthur staffer and delegate to the U. N. representing the Philippines. July 6 will find the First Piano Quartet entertaining the students, faculty and townspeople. The quartet is the most famous and successful group of its type. Radio, TV, movie shorts and concert appearances have all been on this group’s agenda. Rise Stevens will repeat her performance of last summer when she appears July IS. Miss Stevens is famous for her portrayal of “Carmen”. She revamped her interpretation of the role last summer and was received very favorably by the critics. University Theatre promises to have a pleasant night in store for every...
Power Of Print [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
Power Of Print Today in the United States and Canada alone there are some 1,850 or more daily and 10,000 weekly or semi-weekly newspapers, most of which are set on Linotypes. They are found by the score in the plants of great dailies in cities with millions of inhabitants, and in small papers published in towns of only a few hundred souls —and the same development has occurred in other countries. So, Linotype may be truly called a universal machine, because it does its work in all civilized sections of the world—contributing to the speedy distribution of every kind of information. The average metropolitan daily newspaper contains more words than one finds in most novels—and those words are like chemicals in their effect upon the minds of readers. They bring about changes. They change governments. They change styles. They are part of an international adult educational system.
General Romulo Speaks On 'America’s Stake In Asia’ Probes Asia In Lecture [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
General Romulo Speaks On 'America’s Stake In Asia’ Probes Asia In Lecture Gen, Carlos P. Romulo will speak on “America’s Stake in Asia” Wednesday, June 29, at 8:30 p.m, in the University auditorium. The former brigadier-general with General MacArthur’s staff in World War II graduated with an A.B. from the University of the Philippines and received his M.A. from Columbia university. He is the holder of the honorary degree of doctor of laws from 12 American universities and colleges, including Harvard and Boston universities. Rollins college, Florida, presented him an honorary doctor of literature degree and the University of Athens, Greece, presented him a doctor of philosophy degree. A Pulitzer Prize winner in journalism, Romulo is the author of five best-sellers in this country. He was formerly an editor and publisher in the Philippines. He won the Pulitzer Prize for a series of articles written on a trip through the Far East in 1941. Awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor by the...
Summer Choir [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
Summer Choir Students au&gt; needed for the summer choir, and must register by Friday of this week, Prof. Robert Hall Foulkes has announced. The choir which carries 1 hour credit, and meets daily at noon in 312 Merrill hall, is open to both men and women. The climax of the choir summer work will be the annual summer concert to be held under the direction of Professor Foulkes in the University auditorium, Tuesday evening, July 27.
Editorship To Chambless [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
Editorship To Chambless A former KSU alumnus, William M. Chambless of Columbus, has been appointed editor of policyholder publications for the Farm Bureau Insurance Companies. Mr. Chambless joined the companies in February, 1952, as assistant editor of “The Dividend,” weekly company newspaper, and has been managing editor of “Together” a monthly employee magazie—since June 1952. In his new job he will be in charge of a quarterly magazine, “Minutes,” and other publications which are sent to policyholders of the companies. Chambless majored in journalism here and received an A.B. degree in June 1950. He was a member of Chi Pi, journalism fraternity, and a veteran of three years’ service in the Army Signal Corps. Mr. Chambless is married to the former JoAnn Harper of Dennison, O. They reside at 3020 Bell wood Ct., in Columbus.
Taylor Heads Associations [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
Taylor Heads Associations Professor William Taylor, chairman of the school of journalism, is the executive secretary of the Northeastern Ohio Weeklies and the Eastern Ohio Press Association, which will meet in Barnesville, Saturday, June 26. Lloyd Taft, executive vice-presi-dent and assistant publisher of the Cincinnati Times-Star, and son of the late Senator Taft, will be the principal speaker at the summer meeting, Ray Palmer, publisher of the Barnesville Enterprise who arranged to have Mr. Taft speak, is the founder of the association of which Ed Cavitt, editor of the Scio Herald, is president.
Golfers Travel To NCAA In Houston [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
Golfers Travel To NCAA In Houston Five men are representing the golf team in Houston, Texas, at the NCAA tournament. The tournament started June 20 and will continue through June 26. Accompanying Coach Howard Morette on the trip were the following: John Ailes, Sebring; Joe Lazor, Akron; Dan Forlani, Cleveland; Chub Chionchio, Kent; and Floyd Paulus, Randolph. Two of the mainstays of the team were unable to make the trip because of summer employment. They are Paul Yaworsky, Akron, and Roger Johnston, Wadsworth. The team left for Houston June 15 and arrived there on June 19. The loopers got through one practice round before competition got underway. Results will be known June 26. The golfers compiled a 9-2 record this season, tying for the Mid-Ameri-can conference championship and finishing third in the Ohio Intercollegiate tournament.
EDITORIAL: SCHOOLS AND SOCIALISM Teachers, Students Socialism [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
EDITORIAL: SCHOOLS AND SOCIALISM Teachers, Students Socialism A letter from Thomas J. Shelly, a former teacher of Economics and History at a Yonkers, New York high school, was brought to our attention recently. It seems to us that it brought out some wonderful ideas for the teachers and prospective teachers here this summer, in teaching their students about our way of life and its attributes. The letter read: “As a teacher in the public school, I find that the socialist-communist idea of taking “from each according to his ability,” and giving “to each according to his need” is now generally accepted without question by most of our pupils. In an effort to explain the fallacy in this theory, I sometimes try this approach with my pupils: When one of the brighter or harder working pupils makes a grade of 95 on a test, I suggest that I take away 20 points and give them to a student who has made only 55 points on this test. Thus each would contribute according to his ability and—since bot...
President Bowman Announces Bond Gain Of 21 Per Cent [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
President Bowman Announces Bond Gain Of 21 Per Cent ► President George A. Bowman, chairman of the Portage County Savings Bond committee, reported today that sales in Portage County for the month were $107,193, and compare to the investment of $131,081 a year ago. Ohio’s most populated county, Cuyahoga, showed an 80 per cent increase in sales of E and H savings bonds, to help last year. The state rise was well ahead of the nation’s four per cent increase for May, which was a new peacetime high for any month of May since the end of World War 11, President Bowman said. Total state investment for the fifth month was $28,358,441 and compares to $23,260,517 sold in May, 1953. Thus far in 1954, national sales of E and H bonds are 12 per cent ahead of last year and Ohio shows a 15.6 per cent increase. Cuyahoga County had sales of $10,673,622 in May this year, compared to $5,903,355 invested in the two bonds during the same month last year. At the present rate of sales in 1954, Ohio is keepi...
Mow Lawn at Night [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
Mow Lawn at Night American ingenuity has again come up with an idea to make life easier. This time, the old problem of cutting grass under the hot summer sun has finally been licked. Now you can cut your lawn in the cool of the evening after the heat of the day has passed. The Jacobsen 21-inch Lawn Queen power mower is equipped with twin chromium-plated headlights. The compact, 12-volt generator to supply the lights is automatically driven off the main drive belt of the mower. Headlights throw enough light to read a newspaper at 60 feet. The headlight-equipped Lawn Queen will also supply light for people who like to tend their flower gardens or trim bushes in the evening. Even white sidewall tires are available on this deluxe mower.
Summer Reading Some’r Not— [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 23 June 1954
Summer Reading Some’r Not— Communism and its attraction for the intellectual during the 1930’s is the theme of John Dos Passos’s new novel “Most Likely to Suceed,” slated for publication on August 9. Dos Passes examines the character of J.EJD. Morris, a brilliant and successful playwright whose political immaturity and lack of moral courage result in the betrayal of himself and his friends. The action moves from Europe to Greenwich Village, thence to Cape Cod and HollywoodWith each step Jed takes toward material success, the greater becomes his attachment to the radical movement of the day. . His adventures, presumably, duplicate the experiences or many young intellectuals of his time. * * * Scheduled for August publication is “Get Rich in Spite of Yourself,” by Louis M. Grafe, Los Angeles advertising executive. Mr. Grafe credits his earning four fortunes to his success formula. Freedom from Fear,” by Lester L. Coleman, M.D., will be published in September. Dr, Coleman is a distingu...