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Summer Choir Will Present Concert 8:30 Friday Night in Racital Hall [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 July 1962
Summer Choir Will Present Concert 8:30 Friday Night in Racital Hall The KSU Summer Choir under the direction of Robert Hull Foulkes will present a concert Friday night at Recital Hall, Music and Speech Center, at 8:30. The concert is free as part of the KSU Summer Artists Series. Included in the program to be presented by the 29 summer students is "With Christ to Man" composed by Dr. John White, assistant professor of music. The program will open with "Gloria" by Antonio Vivaldi. Soloists will be Eleanor Daghir and Rosemarie Kascher, sopranos, and Neva Heestand, alto. Miss Daghir is an elementary and junior high vocal music teacher from Canton, while Miss Kascher teaches in the Austintown School System. Miss Heestand is a vocal music teacher in the Alliance Public Schools. Also on the program are the "Serenade to Music" by Ralph Vaughan Williams, "Six Chan- sons" by Paul Hindemith, "Psyche" by Mario Castelnuovo-Ted-esco, and"The Succession of the Four Sweet Months" by Benjamin Britt...
Grad School Warns Would-Be Students [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 July 1962
Grad School Warns Would-Be Students Students who attempt to register for graduate course work without first being formally accepted by the Graduate School will not receive credit for such classwork, a recent bulletin of the Graduate School warns. Charles G. Wilber, dean of the Graduate School, stressed that all graduate students must have their admission cards to register for course work. No admission cards will be issued on registration day. Students in need of duplicate cards must register the next day and pay the late registration fee. Processing of applications for admission into KSU's Graduate School takes approximately four weeks after the application has been received in the Graduate School office.
"Twelfth Night" Is Next For KSU Summer Theatre [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 July 1962
"Twelfth Night" Is Next For KSU Summer Theatre Shakespeare's comedy "Twelfth Night" will open a fivenight run Tuesday at 8:30 in the E. Turner Stump Theatre. Directing the cast of 18 will be Dr. Bedford Thurman. The fourth of six KSU Summer Theatre productions, "Twelfth Night" will follow "Arsenic and Old Lace." This comedy by Joseph Kesselring completes its run Saturday night in the air-conditioned Stump Theatre. "Twelfth Night," one of Shakespeare's most popular comedies for both its humor and poetic beauty, centers around the wooing of the lady Olivia. Her number one courter is Orsino, Duke of Illyria. But Olivia prefers Caesario, the duke's page, who is in actuality the fair Viola, disguised as a boy. Sir Toby Belch, Olivia's uncle, complicates the matchmaking by trying to marry off Olivia to Sir Andrew Aguecheek, his comic side-kick. To further complicate matters, Malvolio, Olivia's pompous steward, is tricked into thinking Olivia is in love with him. In the role of Orsino will...
University Joins Cities in "Day" For Rich Rollins [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 July 1962
University Joins Cities in "Day" For Rich Rollins Kent State University, in cooperation with the cities of Parma and Kent, is sponsoring "Rich Rollins Day" at the Cleveland Stadium, Saturday, July 28. Rollins, a native of Parma, a former captain of the KSU baseball team, and a 1960 graduate of Kent State University, will be honored that day for his success as third baseman with the Minnesota Twins. This is Rollins' first full season in the major leagues and he has become one of the top hitters in the American League. He received more nominations to the American League AllStar team than any other player in the league. The All-Star team was selected by the votes of the players, managers and coaches of the American League. Tickets for "Rollins Day" are on sale in the University's Athletic Office, Room 154, Memorial Gymnasium. Tickets are priced at $2.
KSU Constructing Apartments for Married Students [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 July 1962
KSU Constructing Apartments for Married Students (This is the second is a series of articles on the Kent State University student housing situation.) During the regular school year KSU has 1,200 full-time students that are married. While some of these commute many miles to classes daily, others live near the campus. Their housing varies according to circumstances and finances. The couples may live in furnished rooms, small apartments, the spare room at their parents' homes, or in houses of their own. For the first time this fall KSU will provide housing especially designed for the married student and his family. On the southern edge of the campus 100 apartments in five L-shap-ed buildings are being completed. The sl.2 million project is being financed by public bond sale and by a loan from the Federal Housing and Home Finance Agency. Married students immediately responded to the idea of Universitybuilt apartments, according to Emil Berg, University business manager. Eighty contracts...
Student Specialists Help Stage Summer Productions [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 July 1962
Student Specialists Help Stage Summer Productions A staff of student specialists from five states and three universities is helping the University Theatre in its first full summer season. Getting first-hand experience in theatre production is the staff of nine students assisting KSU's School of Speech faculty. Each member of the student staff is working in some specific capacity behind the scenes in addition to appearing on stage. Karen Boekelheide, one of the three female members of the staff, serves as box office supervisor and administrative assistant. She is a student at Augustana College, Sioux Falls, S. D., where she is majoring in drama-speech, religion and English. She has appeared in several theatre productions there and toured with the "Mundt's Mad Mellerd rammer" company. Nancy Yeend of Brady Lake is in charge of publicity posters. A student in KSU's College of Fine and Professional Arts, she spends her spare time in theatre and photography. She has worked in several Univ...
Some Silent, But Majority Endorse Fraternities, Sororities at KSU [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 July 1962
Some Silent, But Majority Endorse Fraternities, Sororities at KSU Social fraternities and sororities are part of the college structure at Kent State University. In an effort to survey student opinion on these organizations the Summer News polled 15 students at random on the campus. They were asked "What contribution, if any, do social fraternities and sororities make to the over-all education of the college student?" Five students were agreeable to answering a Summer News question of the week, but when they heard the question, they replied that they preferred to keep their opinion to themselves. None of these students wore fraternity or sorority pins. The answers of the 10 students who went on record varied from wholehearted endorsements by non-greek members to a statement that these organizations make no contribution to the over-all edu- cation of the student. The students and their answers: Carole Peasley, Elyria senior majoring in early childhood education ... "I don't belong to ...
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 July 1962
CAMPUS CALENDAR JULY 19 PAINTINGS BY YOUNG AFRICANS, an exhibit of 46 paintings by Bantu boys from Southern Rhodesia, is being shown in Van Deusen Gallery. The exhibit closes August 4. "ARSENIC AND OLD LACE" in third performance of five-day run in E. Turner Stump Theatre. Curtain time is 8:30 p.m. 20 SUMMER ARTISTS SERIES features the School of Music Concert, Recital Hall, Music and Speech Center, 8:30 p.m. FINAL DAY TO COMPLETE REGISTRATION for the second summer term. 21 FIRST SUMMER TERM ENDS. 22 STUDENT COUNCIL WORKSHOP opens for six-day session under the sponsorship of the Ohio Association of Student Councils. 23 PRE-COLLEGE CONFERENCE opens. Headquarters is Arts and Science Building. MORAL AND SPIRITUAL VALUES WORKSHOP begins three-week session. Workshop headquarters is in the Moulton Music Room. SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATION WORKSHOP starts. Headquarters for the two-week workshop is in Memorial Gymnasium. SLOW LEARNERS WORKSHOP OPENS. The three-week seminar will be hel...
"Young Africans" Paintings On Exhibit in Van Deusen [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 July 1962
"Young Africans" Paintings On Exhibit in Van Deusen "Paintings by Young Africans," a colorful exhibition of 46 paintings by Bantu boys from Southern Rhodesia, opened Monday in Van Deusen Gallery. The exhibition, which was first shown in the San Francisco Museum of Art, is on a nationwide tour under the auspices of the Smithsonian Institution. News releases from the Traveling Exhibition Service of the Smithsonian Institution explain "These are probably some of the most unusual child paintings ever seen in this country, for the boys who did them are scarcely out of the 'bush.' In fact, many of them leave their 'bush homes' to board with relatives in order to go to the government schools in Salisbury, the capital of Southern Rhodesia." The paintings were done by boys, ranging in age from 12 to 18 years, who attended the Chirodzo Art Center in Salisbury un- der the direction of Canon Edward Paterson. Van Deusen Gallery is open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. The exhibitio...
The KSU SUMMER NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 July 1962
The KSU SUMMER NEWS The Kent State University Summer Sews is published weekly by the Extension Service and Special Activities office as a means of keeping students and faculty informed of activity at the University. Regular publication day will be Thursday. Copy must be turned into Richard P. Good rick at the offices of the Summer News, 114 Merrill Hall, by Friday noon to be included in issue of the following Thursday. The Summer News office phone numbers are 272 and 371.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 July 1962
KSU BOOK BOOM. Airs. Mary DeVolld, catalog librarian at Kent State University, is nearly lost in a stack of books as she checks new shipment of government publications. Kent, a depository for government documents, has received more than 10 tons of U.S. Publications from the Bucyrus Public Library and the University of Pittsburgh.
Campus Picnic Photo Album [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 July 1962
Campus Picnic Photo Album Nearly 1,100 students, members of the University faculty and staff and their families took part in the Seventh Annual All University Picnic Wednesday, July 11. Highlight of the picnic held on "the Commons" was a giant charcoal pit used by the University's Food Service to barbecue some 1,200 pounds of chicken. The huge pit, made with concrete building blocks, was 50-feet long and five-feet wide. It required 600 pounds of charcoal to keep the pit at the right level of heat for the giant barbecue. The appetites of the hungry picnickers was as huge as the pit. They consumed 1,200 pounds of chicken, 125 gallons of beverages and hundreds of pounds of cole slaw, shrimp salad, potato chips, sweet rolls, brownies and dixie cup sundaes. Photos by John R. Roszkowski
William Warfield Will Present Concert Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 July 1962
William Warfield Will Present Concert Tonight William Warfield, whose bass-baritone voice was enthusiastically applauded by a KSU audience last year, will perform again in University Auditorium tonight. The 8:30 concert is open to the public without charge as part of the KSU Summer Artists Series. Warfield starred as "Porgy" in Gershwin's opera "Porgy and Bess" at New York's City Center this spring. He also appeared recently with Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic, both at Carnegie Hall and on television. Since his Town Hall debut in 1950, Warfield's reputation as a concert performer has risen steadily. Chosen four times as a cultural emissary to overseas nations by the Department of State, he has sung on concert stages in Europe, the Near East, Africa, Asia and Australia. Warfield, the son of a minister, received his bachelor of arts and master's degrees from Eastman School of Music. Following four years of military service during World War 11, he won the singing lead ...
Saturday Is 'Rollins Day' In Cleveland [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 July 1962
Saturday Is 'Rollins Day' In Cleveland Rich Rollins, third baseman for the Minnesota Twins and a former captain of the KSU baseball squad, will be honored Saturday in pre-game ceremonies at the Cleveland Stadium. Shortly before the Indians and the Twins take the field. University President George A. Bowman will join the mayors of Kent and Parma in the presentation of awards and gifts to Rollins. Rollins, a native of Parma and a 1960 KSU graduate, will have his own cheering section Saturday. Nearly 4,000 Rollins' fans are expected to make the trip from Parma and Kent. An auto-caravan will be formed in Kent on S. Water St., near City Hall, Saturday morning for the trip to Cleveland. The caravan will have a police escort from Kent to the Cleveland Stadium to make sure the Tree City fans are on time for the "Rich Rollins Day" ceremonies. The caravan will leave Kent about 11 a.m. Rollins, who is playing his first full season in the major leagues, has batted his way to fame. He is one of ...
Agatha Christie's 'Mousetrap' Next For KSU Summer Theatre Players [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 July 1962
Agatha Christie's 'Mousetrap' Next For KSU Summer Theatre Players "The Mousetrap" will be baited to lure all mystery fans to the E. Turner Stump Theatre Tuesday night. At 8:30 that evening the curtain will rise to the KSU premiere of Agatha Christie's popular "whodunnit" play, "The Mousetrap." The thriller, which enjoyed a run of more than seven years in London before opening on Broadway, will play through Saturday, Aug. 4, at KSU. Directing this fifth production in the Summer Theatre's season will be G. Harry Wright. "The Mousetrap" has been set in the best Christie murder mystery tradition. Miss Christie, author of dozens of books and the hit plays "Witness for the Prosecution" and "Ten Little Indians," has created this time a killer who uses the signature of the"three blind mice." He (or she) is an inhabitant of Monkswell Manor, a guest house recently opened by a young couple, Mollie and Giles Ralston. Mollie Ralston will be played by Nancy Niemath, a senior from Lorain majoring ...
International President Of Rotary at KSU Friday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 July 1962
International President Of Rotary at KSU Friday Nitish C. Laharry, president of Rotary International, will meet with presidents and secretaries of Northeastern Ohio Rotary Clubs at Kent Friday. Rotary's first Asian president will be honored at a dinner being arranged by the Rotary Club of Kent. The dinner will be in the Lake-Olson dining hall. More than 350 guests are expected. John B. Simpson, president of the Kent club, said that past district governors also were being invited to the meeting. Laharry, a lawyer by profes- sion, recently retired as managing director for Columbia Films of India and district supervisor for Columbia Pictures International Corporation for India, Burma, Pakistan, Ceylon, Afghanistan and Nepal. He was born in Calcutta and after study at St. Xavier's College and the Scottish Church College received a bachelor of arts degree and a master's degree from the University of Calcutta. As president of Rotary International, Laharry is the chief executive officer of...
Million-Dollar 'Fraternity Row' Planned for Kent [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 July 1962
Million-Dollar 'Fraternity Row' Planned for Kent (This is the third article in a series on student housing at Kent State University.) Plans to construct a "million dollar fraternity-row" at Kent State University are underway today. Six local chapters of national greek social organizations have formed a cooperative housing corporation for the purchase of land suitable for the project. The local chapters involved are four fraternities Delta Tau Delta, Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Theta Chi—and two sororities — Alpha Gamma Delta and Delta Zeta. The joint housing corporation representing these organizations has taken a one-year option on approximately seven acres of land on E. Summit St. This tract is adjacent to the football field at University High School. The property is currently zoned for single residence dwellings only, but the Kent City Planning Commission has recommended rezoning the area to accommodate the proposed fraternity row. No opposition has been voiced by co...