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Antique Autos Go On Display [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 August 1957
Antique Autos Go On Display Some real antiques of the highway will be chugging around the campus and will be on display when a national group of steam car owners and enthusiasts meet here at KSU this weekend. Between 25 and 30 steamers, some recently built and others manufactured many years ago and restored, will be exhibited by their owners to the public this Saturday from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. The cars will be on display in the parking area immediately south of Verder Hall. The exhibition will follow a trip to Cleveland where the group will visit the Thompson Products Museum. More than 150 owners and enthusiasts are expected at the meeting here.
UAW School In Session [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 August 1957
UAW School In Session Currently meeting on campus through Saturday is the annual summer school of Region II of the United Automobile Workers union an affiliate of the AFL-CIO. More than 100 students representing 37 local unions in northeastern Ohio and western Pennslyvania are meeting at KSU for the third consecutive summer. Theme of the program this year is the "Heart of the Union Program” with concurrent workshops being held on various topics. Visiting speakers for the workshop, under the leadership of Jack Wilse, Region II educational director, include Thomas Daugherty of the union’s unemployment compensation department, and Sam Jacobs, union economist, of Washington, D. J. Both men spoke at Tuesday’s session. STUDENTS WILL HAVE an opportunity to discuss various Navy officer programs with Lt. Cmdr. Walter H. Weimer of the Akron Naval Air Station when he is on campus next Monday and Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in room 305 Union Building. Lieutenant Commander Weimer will be avail...
Delta Sigs Top Fraternities In Scholarship [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 August 1957
Delta Sigs Top Fraternities In Scholarship Delta Sigma Pi with an accumulative point average of 2.518 topped all 15 KSU fraternities in scholarship last year. The report for all three quarters from the office of the Dean of Men, Glen T. Nygreen showed 12 of the 15 men’s organizations had an accumulative point average of better than 2.4. Second to Delta Sigma Pi was Phi Kappa Tau with a point average of 2.492. The all men’s accumulative point average was 2.360 and the all fraternity average topped this with 2.411. Following is the order of academic standing behind Delta Sigma Pi and Phi Kappa Tau: Kappa Alpha Psi, 2.481; Theta Chi, 2.4546; Kappa Sigma, 2.4544; Delta Upsilon, 2.448; Sigma Nu, 2.445; Phi Sigma Kappa, 2.443; Alpha Epsilon Pi, 2.427; Sigma Phi Epsilon, 2.418; Alpha Tau Omega, 2.410; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 2.404; Theta Kappa Phi, 2.330; Delta Tau Delta, 2.319 and Phi Delta Theta, 2.274.
Last Of Tours Scheduled Today [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 August 1957
Last Of Tours Scheduled Today Final tour in the summer series is being held today with a journey by boat through the industrial Cuyahoga River Valley. The tour group, limited to 60 persons, is scheduled to leave from the lounge of the Union Building at 1:00 p.m. today. The trip will be under the direction of Prof. Evelyn G. Weston of the geography department. Starting at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River, the group will proceed through the industrial center of Cleveland. A commentary will be given during the trip by John Skroven, veteran boat captain. The tour will take four hours, including travel time, and there is a charge of $2.00 per person.
INQUIRING REPORTER-PHOTOGRAPHER What Do You Enjoy Reading For Recreation? [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 August 1957
INQUIRING REPORTER-PHOTOGRAPHER What Do You Enjoy Reading For Recreation? KAREN WHITE, senior, art education, “I read mainly news magazines such as Look, Life, Time and Readers’ Digest. I enjoy fiction but I do not spend as much time reading it as I would like. I doubt that anyone spends the time reading that they should.” RICHARD THOMAS, senior, business and the public, “Of course I read the daily newspapers, and I also read about four or five books per year. I prefer non-fiction as it is more interesting to me. My family takes up some of my time and I do not read as much as I would like.” WILLIAM SMITH, graduate, secondary education, “I read the daily newspapers and publications in HPE and math. I would like to spend more time than I do on reading. Everyone should keep up on current affairs. I a'.so spend time reading scholastic and athletic journals.” VIVIAN SALVADOR. HPE, junior, “I enjoy reading very much, especially fiction. I usually read seven or eight books a year in additi...
Rev. R. Dean Short Takes Over As U. C. F. Director [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 August 1957
Rev. R. Dean Short Takes Over As U. C. F. Director Replacing the Rev. William K. Laurie as director of United Christian Fellowship at the University will be the Rev, R. Dean Short, pastor of Fidelity Baptist Church in Cleveland. The Rev. Mr. Short’s appointment is effective August 16, The Rev. Mr. Laurie, who held&lt; the post for the past five years, is the new pastor of the Samuel Evangelical and Reformed Church in Clayton, Mo. As director of U.C.F., the Rev. Mr. Short will serve as spiritual adviser to an interdenominational group composed of Baptist, Congregational, Disciples of Christ, Episcopal, Evangelical and Reformed, Evangelical United Brethren, Presbyterian and Universalist students. The Rev. Mr. Short has been pastor of Fidelity Baptist Church since June, 1952, a month after his ordination at First Baptist Church, Pittsburgh. He received his bachelor of divinity degree from Colgate Rochester Divinity School and his B.A. degree from the University of Pittsburgh. H...
KSU SUMMER NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 August 1957
KSU SUMMER NEWS The KSU Summer News is published as a substitute for the Daily Kent Stater. Regular publication day will be Thursday. Copy must be turned in to Prof. William A. Fisher at the Summer News office, 114 Merrill Hall, by Friday noon to be included in the issue of the following Thursday. Prof. James A. Fosdick is in charge of photography. The Summer News office phone number is 360. l etters to the editor are wel come but must be signed. The writer’s name will be withheld upon request.
Professor Gets Unexpected Gift From Columnist [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 August 1957
Professor Gets Unexpected Gift From Columnist If you disagree with statements made by a syndicated columnist and politely tell him so, you are quite likely to receive a courteous reply and perhaps even more. This was the experience recently of Prof. James A. Fosdick, journalism, in an exchange of letters and views with Dr. George W. Crane, widely known for his column, "The Worry Clinic.’’ Dr. Crane stated in a column in comparing photography and art that the photograph merely' records while an artist paints his impression or interpretation. Professor Fosdick took good natured exception to this and pointed out that many photographers today do interpret as well as record. He sent along some back copies of the Digest of the widely-known KSU short course in photography with some marked articles by wellknown men in the field of photojournalism citing photographers’ interpretation technique. Dr. Crane responded with a very complimentary letter and an autographed copy of his book. Psycholo...
Gerald Hayes New Alumni Affairs Head [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 August 1957
Gerald Hayes New Alumni Affairs Head The appointment of Gerald L. Hayes to the post of director of alumni records and affairs has been approved by the Board of Trustees and announced by President George A. Bowman. Hayes is now in the Army, and previously was assistant to the executive secretary of the Cleveland Advertising Club. A 1956 graduate of the University, he was president of Theta Kappa Phi, social fraternity, and president of the Inter-Fraternity Council. He received the distinguished service award from the Men’s Student Association. Hayes will assume his new duties in January and work with Benjamin G. McGinnis, who is alumni secretary in addition to being assistant dean of men and coordinator of veterans and military affairs. Hayes also will be an assistant to Dean of Men Glen T. Nygreen. Following graduation, Hayes worked in the advertising department of the Niles Daily Times and did general editorial and advertising work for the Hubbard News. He is married and lives in T...
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 August 1957
CAMPUS CALENDAR AUGUST 15 SUMMER TOUR. Industrial Cuyahoga River Valley by boat. Group limited to 60 persons leaves Union Building lounge at 1:00 p.m, EXHIBITION. “Alphabets, Their History and Development.” Rockwell Library Gallery through August 24. RECITAL. Arthur Smith, 8:15 p.m. University School Auditorium. 1 i EXHIBITION. Between 25 and 30 steam automobiles will be on public exhibition from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. in parking area south of Verder Hall. 19 DRIVER COURSE. A heavy vehicle driver education course for 20 Ohio high school driver education teachers will continue through August 31. Sponsored by the University with financial support from the trucking industry of Akron, Cleveland and Youngstown. 23 REHEARSAL. Commencement rehearsal will be held at 10:00 a.m. in the University Auditorium. 23 SECOND SUMMER SESSION CLASSES END. 24 SUMMER COMMENCEMENT, 9:30 a.m., Memorial Gymnasium.
Cage Schedule Nears Limit [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 August 1957
Cage Schedule Nears Limit The Golden Flashes’ 1957-58 basketball schedule moved near the 24game Mid American Conference limit with the addition of Baldwin Wallace December 13 at Kent. The original schedule listed one game with the Yellow Jackets on January 22 at Kent. To complete a home-and-home setup, the January 22 game will be played at Berea. KSU now has six contests in December, two of which provide the Flashes with home games. Among the four "road” trips are swings to the West Coast following Christmas to meet Pepperdine College in Los Angeles and California State Poly at Santa Maria (Calif.) and a jaunt to play Niagara University in Niagara Falls, New York. New coach Bill Bertka will welcome back every member of last year’s squad in addition to players from a successful freshman team. Bertka’s first squad at KSU may include some junior college transfers. The complete schedule: Dec. 2—at Youngstown; 4—Westminister; 7 at Niagara; 13 —Baldwin Wallace; 28—Pepperdine at Los Angele...
29 Coaches Enroll Here [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 August 1957
29 Coaches Enroll Here Six of the 29 coaches enrolled for summer session work are KSU graduates completing work for advanced degrees in physical education. Of the total, 25 are high school coaches; two, college, and two junior high coaches. All but one is employed in Ohio schools. The Six KSU alums are: William A. Inderwish, Elkton (Michigan) high school; Robert E. Cochran, Hartville high; Donald B. Lawther, Minerva high; John W. Redfern, Crestwood of Mantua; Nunzio Polichene, Ravenna high, and Paul L. Cary, Cuyahoga Falls. Others include: James R. Harris, Warrensville Heights; Willard E. Wright, Glenwood high; John E. Pohjala and Robert Marquardt, both of Brooklyn high in Parma; Mario Russo, Barberton; Mathew Rock, Akron North; John J. Boliver, Conneaut Lake; Jerry F. Krasovec, South Euclid; Raymon A. Mears, Wittenberg College; Ralph T. Young and Thomas J. Chapelle, both of Strongsville high; Edward E. Hudd e r. Eastern Heights Junior high in Elyria; Nick F. Sostaric, Vermilion; Ja...
Three Softball Teams In Tie [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 August 1957
Three Softball Teams In Tie A three-way tie exists for first place in intramural softball play as a result of Leo Chops’ 17-15 victory over the Collegiates. In that wild slugfest, Jim DeOreo of the winners had six hits in six attempts including a home run. Round trippers also were hit by Bob Boylin. Bob Barnhart and Chuck Hargest. Winning pitcher was Jerry Petrofes. Previously the Collegiates bumped Johnson Hall, 11-7, and all three teams have one victory and one defeat. In tennis play, Bill Sayer defeated Tom Lentz, 6-0, and then downed Dave Hibbard, 6-0, 6-0. Four players, Sayer, Lambert, Brown and Tallmadge remain in the running for the second session championship.
'57 Football Ducat Forms Go To Alums [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 15 August 1957
'57 Football Ducat Forms Go To Alums KSU alumni, more than 12,000 in number, are receiving football ticket applications this month, according to J. R. Urchcck, graduate manager of athletics. The application entitles the grads to reserve the same seat for Kent’s four home games this fall or to make single game reservations. The home schedule features two strong Mid American Conference teams —defending champion Bowling Green and Miami—and two other tough foes in Baldwin Wallace and Louisville University. Opening the home schedule in a night game September 27 will be Baldwin Wallace. The opener has been billed as Northeast Band Night. Two weeks later, Miami will provide the opposition in the Dad’s Day game at 2 p.m. October 12. Kent will be seeking its first win over Miami. Arch-rival Bowling Green tangles with the Flashes in the Homecoming tilt October 26. This game could go far in determining the MAC champion. Louisville University, featuring Leonard Lyles (dubbed the fastest man in ...