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KSU Star To Compete In Track Meet Here [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
KSU Star To Compete In Track Meet Here Norm Curry, KSU's Mid-Amer-ican high jump champion, will compete Saturday in the United States Track and Field Federation meet at KSU's Memorial Field. Competition is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. in what will be the first of eight USTFF meets held in Ohio this summer. A strong field of high school, college and amateur entries is expected according to Doug Raymond, meet manager and KSU track coach. Every athlete registered with the AAU or the USTFF is eligible to compete.
Miss Gambaccini Promoted As Mrs. Makinson Retires [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
Miss Gambaccini Promoted As Mrs. Makinson Retires Mrs. Alice Makinson, who has served as secretary to two presidents of KSU, will retire today after 28 years of service. Miss Sue Gambaccini, who was President Robert I. White's secretary when Dr. White was vice president for academic affairs, will succeed Mrs. Makinson. Taking Miss Gambaccini's place in the office of the vice president will be Mrs. Jeanette Mack who was Vice President John Kamerick's secretary for two years when Dr. Kamerick was dean of the College of Fine and Professional Arts. Mrs. Mary E. Sear I, secretary to Dr. Charles G. Wilber, former dean of the Graduate School, will replace Mrs. Mack in the office of the College of Fine and Professional Arts. Mrs. Makinson came to the University in 1936 as secretary to the late Dr. John Blair, who was then clean of the College of Education. In 1945 she became secretary to the then president, Dr. George A. Bowman. When Dr. Bowman retired on July 1 of last year and Dr. White t...
Dr. Warren Attends Conference at Case [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
Dr. Warren Attends Conference at Case Dr. Kenneth L. Warren, associate professor of physics, attended a meeting of the Advance Placement Association for Colleges last week at Case Institute of Technology, Cleveland. The annual national meeting, which ran Thursday through Saturday, assembled teachers and administrators from high schools, colleges and universities. The group discussed past and future programs for instituting collegelevel courses at the high school level.
Economic Education Given in Youngstown [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
Economic Education Given in Youngstown The annual Economic Education Workshop for teachers in the Mahoning-Shenango Valley is now in session at the Choffin Vocational Center, Youngstown. The workshop, which opened June 15 and concludes July 10, is sponsored by the University in cooperation with the Industrial Information Institute of Youngstown. In addition to class sessions, a number of field trips are included in the program. Dr. Ralph S. Kaczor, associate professor of economics, is workshop director.
Prof. Stiner Resigns, Joins Lorain College [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
Prof. Stiner Resigns, Joins Lorain College Clyde E. Stiner, associate professor of vocational education at KSU, becomes dean of the semiprofessional technical division of Lorain County Community College Wednesday. Stiner is the second KSU faculty member to join the staff of the Community College in Lorain. Dr. F. Leslie Speir, assistant professor of elementary education and former director of KSU's academic center program, joined the Lorain faculty as dean of student services earlier this month.
Cafeteria Now Air-Conditioned In Portage Room [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
Cafeteria Now Air-Conditioned In Portage Room The Portage Room of the Student Union has been converted into an "a la carte" cafeteria for Summer session students and staff, John Friese, director of the University Food Services, announced Monday. Friese pointed out that the newly designed cafeteria facilities give students and university staff an air-conditioned dining room on campus. The new cafeteria will be open Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Breakfast meals and snacks will be served from 7 to 10 a.m. The luncheon menu will at 10:15 a.m. and run until 1:15 p.m. An innovation in the luncheon menu will be unlimited coffee refills. The summer hours for the "Hub" which features snacks and beverages in the Student Union are 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The "Sub-Hub" in the basement of the Union has limited vending machine facilities. It is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.
Business Education Workshop Opens Today in KSU Union [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
Business Education Workshop Opens Today in KSU Union One-hundred business teachers from northeastern Ohio were expected to register today at the opening of KSU's Fifteenth Annual Business Education Workshop. With the theme "Innovations in Business Education," the threeday conference opened this morning in Room 207, Student Union. Featured in today's program are Dr. Paul Lomax, professor emeritus, New York University, and visiting distinguished professor at KSU; Dr. Hamden Forkner, professor emeritus of the Teachers College, Columbia University; Howard Whelan, head of the business department, John Hay High School, Cleveland, and Robert Balthaser, state supervisor of business education. On Wednesday's program agenda are Dr. Arthur Williams, director of systems and data processing, B. F. Goodrich Co., Akron; Dr. Elsie Leffingwell, Margaret Morrison College, Carnegie Institute of Technology; Albert Figler, South Hills Senior High School, Pittsburgh; Rosetta Traczynski, Collinwood High S...
Prof. Kinneman, Dr. Herwig Will Retire On Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
Prof. Kinneman, Dr. Herwig Will Retire On Wednesday Doris B. Kinneman, associate professor of education, and Dr. Frances Herwig, university physician, will be retiring from the University Wednesday. Professor Kinneman has taught English at University School since coming to Kent in 1929. She earned her master of arts degree in 1929 from Columbia University and her bachelor of arts degree from Butler University in 1919. Dr. Herwig has been university physician since 1949- After receiving her bachelor of science degree at the University of Wisconsin in 1921, she completed her doctor of medicine degree at Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1924. Professor Kinneman Doctor Herwig
Dr. Lomax ,Visiting Author, Teaching Classes at KSU [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
Dr. Lomax ,Visiting Author, Teaching Classes at KSU Dr. Paul S. Lomax, professor emeritus of New York University, is serving as visiting distinguished professor in KSU's Department of Business Education during the first summer session. He is teaching "Basic Issues in Business Education," and guiding advanced students in individual investigations in the field. Dr. Lomax, a former chairman of the Department of Business Education at NYU, is the author or co-author of eight books for business teachers and numerous articles in the chief business education magazines. He served for many years as editor of the Journal of Business Education. The educator-author has served as president of more of the major associations of business education than anyone else in this country. He has headed the National Association of Business Teacher Training Institutions; the National Business Teachers Association; the Eastern Business Teachers Association; the Commercial Education Association of the City of N...
More Than 200 at OMTA Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
More Than 200 at OMTA Meeting More than 200 teachers attended the convention of the Ohio Music Teachers Association last week on the KSU campus. The four-day conclave featured talks by Dr. Robert Pace, composer, concert artist and educational director of the National Piano Foundation. Speaker for the annual banquet was Harold Haugh, professor of voice at the University of Michigan and for many years tenor soloist for the annual presentation of the Messiah by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. The convention also featured a concert last Wednesday by pianist Kenneth Drake and the 40-mem-ber Sanctuary Choir of the Kent Methodist Church. Drake played works of Beethoven on a restored Broadwood piano.
Monday Is Kappa Delta Pi Deadline [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
Monday Is Kappa Delta Pi Deadline Monday will be the deadline for applications for admission into the Kent State University chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, national honor society in education. Application blanks may be obtained in 203 Franklin Hall. To be eligible for membership a student must have a minimum of 96 quarter hours of credit. This includes the current summer session. The student must also have a minimum of nine quarter hours of education completed or in progress if elected as a junior, and 15 hours of education completed or in progress if elected as a senior or graduate student. Applicants must also have an accumulative point average of 3-3 if a junior, 3.0 if a senior or 3.5 if a graduate student.
Students Say: Goldwater Too Conservative, But He Will Get Nomination [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
Students Say: Goldwater Too Conservative, But He Will Get Nomination Senator Barry Goldwater will win the G.O.P. nomination for president, but he seems to lack voter appeal, at least for students questioned on the KSU campus. All but four of 20 students polled on the campus Wednesday morning by the Summer News thought the Arizona senator would win the nomination next month. However, only four of those picking Goldwater as the winner thought that his views represented the majority of the Republicans. There was a strong anti-Goldwater sentiment expressed by others polled. The questions that generated these responses were: "Who do you think will win the G.O.P. presidential nomination?" and "Do you think this person's views are representative of the Republican party?" The answers: Dave Sutcliffe, Moreland Hills graduate student majoring in education . . . "Goldwater. He is not wholly representative of the Republican party, but he does represent a good portion of the party." Gloria Oppen...
Theatre Tryouts Terminate Today [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
Theatre Tryouts Terminate Today Tryouts for Dial M for Murder, the final play of the current KSU Summer Theatre Season, will be held today from 3 to 4:30 p.m. and from 7 to 10 p.m. in D 102, Music and Speech Building. There are parts for five men and one woman in the play, one of the better "who-done-its" of the last decade. This production will play August 12-15 and August 19-22 in the air-conditioned E. Turner Stump Theatre.
Dr. Hildebrandt Wins Akron Poetry Contest [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
Dr. Hildebrandt Wins Akron Poetry Contest Dr. Charles Hildebrandt, assistant professor of sociology, won first prize in the adult division of the recent poetry contest sponsored by the Akron branch of the Ohio Poetry Society. His prize-winning poem is entitled "Schneider." The sociologist also received an award in last year's poetry contest. Honorable mention was awarded Mrs. L. L. Cowperthwaite for her poem "Friendship Adrift." Mrs. Cowperthwaite is the wife of Dr. Cowperthwaite, chairman of KSU's School of Speech.
Mexico Becomes Classroom For KSU Graduate Students [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
Mexico Becomes Classroom For KSU Graduate Students A group of graduate students is enroute to Mexico today for a four-week stay in the country as part of the University's new approach to Latin American studies. Dr. Maury Baker, professor of history at KSU and a seasoned traveler in Mexico and Latin America, is in charge of the field trip. The program, organized around a framework of courses in Latin American history and art history, offers the students a unique opportunity for informal study. Last week participating students heard a series of lectures and saw films designed to provide a general understanding of Latin America. Prior to the start of classes, however, the students had informally started their preparation for the trip by reading a number of assigned books. While in Mexico the students will have the opportunity to ob- serve that country's national elections next week. Plans call for reading assignments to be kept at a minimum and lectures to be confined to weekday mornin...
Summer Hours Set For Swimming Pool [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1964
Summer Hours Set For Swimming Pool Memorial Gymnasium's swimming pools will be open to both students and faculty again this summer, Frank E. Ballenger, secretary of the Division of Health and Physical Education, announced today. "Open Pool" hours will be from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. There is a one-time charge of $1 per person for a swimming permit for the entire summer. Children, 18 and under, are not permitted in the pool during these hours. A faculty swim program has also been scheduled for Memorial Pool this summer. Hours of the faculty swim are from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. During this time the pool is reserved for KSU faculty and members of their families. There will be a charge of $2 for each faculty family's season's ticket.