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Another Tour To New York Being Planned [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 27 July 1955
Another Tour To New York Being Planned Another KSU tour to New York City is being organized by Prof. G. Harry Wright, professor of speech. The cost for all University students, faculty and employees is $49.80 per person and $53.30 for those not affiliated with the University. Tour members will leave Kent by Erie train at 6:17 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9. They will spend four full days in New York City, leave at midnight Tuesday, Sept. 13, and arrive back in Kent Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 14. The tour price includes all of the following: Railroad fare both ways; breakfast aboard the train; hotel bill; four-hour tour of Upper and Lower Manhattan, the Battery, financial district, Wall Street, Trinity Church, Chinatown, the Bowery, Greenwich Village, Fifth Avenue, Central Park, Harlem, Columbia University, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and stops at other points of interest. Also, if desired, the tourists can attend the church of their choice on Sunday morning; a double-header baseball gam...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 27 July 1955
OPERATE RIFLE—Army ROTC cadets from KSU are taught the operation of the jeep-mounted 105 millimeter recoilless rifle by Pvt. First Class Albert Verrier of the 11th Airborne Division, 511 th Infantry Regiment at Fort Cambell. Ky., where the college students are in summer camp. Left to right are cadets Richard A. Baun, James E. Bragg. John Attwood, and Robert L. Anderson, (Army Photo)
VIOLINIST’S CONCERT AUG. 2 Isaac Stern Plays Here [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 27 July 1955
VIOLINIST’S CONCERT AUG. 2 Isaac Stern Plays Here Isaac Stern, distinguished Amerii can violinist, will appear in concert i at the University auditorium, Tuesday, August 2, at 8:30 p.m. in the course of his thirteenth annual coastto coast tour of the U. S. and Canada. Among the violinist’s more than fifty North American engagements during the current season are performances with the New York Philharmonic, Boston, Pittsburgh, Chicago, St. Louis, National and other major symphony orchestras. The program is under the auspices of the University’s Cultural Programs Committee and is presented free of charge as a part of the summer series of entertainment. American-Trained Violinist The only exclusively Americantrained violinist among the world’s top-flight instrumentalists. Stern has performed in almost every country this side of the Iron Curtain. He returned in November from his second around-the-world tour. In sixteen months he had played in Japan, Ha- waii, Australia, the Philippine, H...
Health Experts Cite Hearing, Speech Needs [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 27 July 1955
Health Experts Cite Hearing, Speech Needs Problems of the hearing handicapped is the topic under discussion today by the health education workshop which began Monday and will continue through August 5. It is sponsored by the Health and Physical Education Department. Today’s session opened at 9 a.m. with a symposium on "Rehabilitation of Hearing Handicapped” moderated by Prof. John R. Montgomery, director of the speech and hearing clinic at KSU. Today’s program also featured a talk on "Prevention of Hearing Problems by Dr. James F. Lemmon, of Akron. William A. Grimm, chief, hearing and vision conservation unit, Ohio Department of Health, was to speak on "Hearing Highlights” at 11:30 a.m. Thursday’s program will spotlight speech disorders with talks on, "Types of Speech Disorders,” "Find the Speech Problems,” "Demonstration of Types of Speech Disorders,” "Treatment of Articulatory Disorders,” and "Materials Available for the Classroom Teacher.” Friday will find the workshop participan...
Prof Taylor Takes Radio Reporter’s Tour Of Europe [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 27 July 1955
Prof Taylor Takes Radio Reporter’s Tour Of Europe Prof. William D. Taylor, chairman of the School of Journalism, sails from New York today aboard the liner Queen Elizabeth for a six-week radio reporter’s tour of Europe. Professor Taylor is heard Tuesday through Saturday at 8:20 a.m. over radio station WCMW in Canton reporting from his home just outside Hartville. His territory includes Rootstown, Atwater, Randolph and Suffield in Portage County and Uniontown, Greentown, Middlebrach, Marlboro and Hartville in Stark County. His five-minute local newscasts began last February 1. Professor Taylor explains that he wanted to get some experience in a media in which he had never worked. The KSU professor will tape record his five minute broadcasts and air mail them back to the station for use. He does not plan news regarding international affairs, but plans to report interesting things he sees as one neighbor to another. Several daily newscasts will come from Radio Free Europe Headquarters ...
Veterans Told How To Sion For Pay [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 27 July 1955
Veterans Told How To Sion For Pay &gt; In an effort to answer some of the questions which are asked about Veterans summer school enrollment, Benjamin G. McGinnis, coordinator of veterans affairs, has released the following statement "Korean veterans are not paid subsistance until they have completed a month of training and have signed a monthly certification for the month completed. This certification should be signed in the Coordinator’s Office between the first and fifth of each month following the month for which payment is to be received. Payment for the period in question is received on or after the 20th of the month in which the certification is signed, since it takes the V. A. approximately 12 days to process payments once the certifications are received. "Korean veterans, then, who were in school during the first summer session and who are in school for the second summer session should come to the Coordinator’s Office between August 1 - 5 to sign for the period June ...
Group Studies Moral Values For Children [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 27 July 1955
Group Studies Moral Values For Children Sessions of the Moral, and Spiritual Values Workshop began Sunday and will continue through August 12. Topics to be discussed include: "The Evolution of the Public School: Sectarian, non-sectarian, and secular and "The Evolution of the Principles of Separation and Freedom of Conscience.” Other topics during the workshop will include: "What the Protestant Child is Taught to Believe and Practice.” The Rev. William Van Valkenburgh, director, Wesley Foundation, KSU, will serve as consultant. The Rev. Father John Daum, chaplain, Newman Club, KSU, will serve as a consultant for a discussion of "What the Roman Catholic Child is Taught to Believe and Practice,” and Rabbi Rosenthal, Cleveland Heights, will be consultant for an insight into "What the Jewish Child is Taught to Believe and Practice.” failure to register could hold up subsistance payments. "World War II veterans and disabled veterans of all categories do not have to sign monthly certificat...
Cleveland Summer Orchestra Makes Annual Visit To KSU For Concert Tuesday, Aug. 9 [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 August 1955
Cleveland Summer Orchestra Makes Annual Visit To KSU For Concert Tuesday, Aug. 9 The Cleveland Summer Orchestra will make its annual visit to Kent State University Tuesday, August 9. The concert will begin at 8:30 p.m. in the auditorium and is under the auspices of the University’s Cultural Programs Committee as a part of the summer entertainment series. As in past years, the program will be open to the students, faculty and public free of charge. The orchestra will present a varied program under the baton of Louis Lane, conductor. A special feature of the concert will be a violin solo performance by Ernest Kardos of Kreisler’s "Caprice Viennois” in celebration of Fritz Kreisler's 80th birthday anniversary. Other offerings include: Hungarian March from "The Damnation of Faust” by Berlioz; Symphony No. 31/2 (symphony for fun) by Gillis, and the Overture to "Tannhauser” by Wagner. Following intermission the orchestra will play Czardas from "Ritter Pasman”, Pizzicato Polka, Waltzes, "A...
KSU To Construct New Dorms Structures To Be Ready Sept. I, ’56 [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 August 1955
KSU To Construct New Dorms Structures To Be Ready Sept. I, ’56 Work is scheduled to get underway as soon as possible on two new :ampus dormitories. Freeman Construction Co. of Wooster has been approved by the KSU Board of Trustees as the successful bidder on the general contract for construction on a bid of $1,344,800. Total construction cost of the two buildings will be $1,815,135. The dormitories are to be completed Sept. 1, 1956. One of the two new dormitories, for women students, will be built south of the new Terrace Hall. The other dormitory will be an extension of Stopher Hall, men’s dormitory, and will house 250. Construction cost of the two new buildngs will be paid by the sale of bonds. The buildings will be paid for by income from the room rentals. The Freeman firm currently is the general contractor for the new University School now being constructed on Summit St. Freeman’s bid as the general contractor for the two new residence halls was the lowest of six bidders.
Three Brothers Make Four-Point Grade Averages [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 August 1955
Three Brothers Make Four-Point Grade Averages Not one, not two, but three brothers in the College of Liberal Arts at Kent State University made a fourpoint average (all A’s) in the spring quarter. The three are Donald, Thomas and Richard Brindisi, of Rochester, N. Y. A bit more unusual is the fact that Donald and Thomas are twins. Richard, 21, is the youngest and his twin brothers are 24. The twin brothers are both veterans and Richard is a member of the Air Force ROTC unit on campus. The twin brothers have just completed their sophomore year, and Richard has finished up his junior year. All three brothers are majoring in political science. All three also were on the dean’s list for the winter quarter with a grade average of three point or better for that quarter. Tom and Don have appeared quite extensively as professional dancers.
More Members Added To Faculty Of University [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 August 1955
More Members Added To Faculty Of University New faculty members have been approved by the Board of Trustees. Paul Barton, 37, Annapolis, Md., has been appointed as an assistant professor of journalism. He received his bachelor of arts degree from De Pauw University, Greencastle, Ind., and his master of arts degree from the University of Washington. He has completed all the work for his doctorate degree at the University of Washington except his dissertation. Professor Barton has taught at Washington State College, University of Washington and at the U. S. Naval Academy until last June. Presently he is a staff member of the Washington (D.C.) Star. He is married and has two children. Rudolph Malandro, 32, Bayside, N. Y., has been added to the accounting faculty as an assistant professor. He holds a bachelor of business administration degree from Westminster College and a master of letters degree from the University of Pittsburgh. Special Agent With FBI Professor Malandro has been empl...
Rees To Speak At Grid School [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 August 1955
Rees To Speak At Grid School Trevor J. Rees, KSU athletic director and head football coach, will speak at the 10th Annual Football Coaching School and all-star game in Mansfield August 12. His subject will be "Automatics,” (running plays from series without a huddle.) Other leading coaches scheduled to speak are Woody Hayes, Ohio State; Blanton Collier, Kentucky; Eddie Erdelatz, Navy; Paul Deitzel, Louisiana State; Lou Saban, Northwestern; Paul Hoerneman, Heidelberg; and Ara Parseghian, Miami. Following their talks, the speakers will appear on a panel for a threehour question and answer session. Rees, who has never had a losing season in 10 years at Kent State, has enjoyed considerable success with automatics, and is regarded as one of the pioneers in the field.