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Construction To Begin On Three New Buildings [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 July 1958
Construction To Begin On Three New Buildings Three building projects totaling $5.7 million are expected to get under way on the campus in August. Ground breaking is scheduled for a $3.2 million Speech and Music Center and two new student residence halls which will cost another $2.5 million. Another building now nearing &gt;will contain a speech therapy unit, 50-seat auditorium for dramatic productions, classroom section, radio and television unit and a music section with a 350-seat recital hall. Target date for completion of the center, which will be located on E. Main street, is Jan. 1, 1960 The two new residence halls are designed for women, but one will be used temporarily for men. They may open in the fall of 1959. The University’s housing program also calls for two additional units to complete a quadrangle of buildings for men. These halls also are expected to cost $2.5 million. When the current $5 million residence hall building program is completed, the University wil...
Trustees Approve Loan Agreement [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 July 1958
Trustees Approve Loan Agreement A $2% million loan agreement for construction of two Kent State University residence halls has been approved by the board of trustees. The agreement is between the University and the U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency. Dormitory and dining hall income will pay off the revenue bonds financing the residences, which will be built without cost to the state. Interim financing for the program will be handled by a $2,320,000 loan from the National City Bank of Cleveland.
12,996 Attend 62 Campus Activities [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 July 1958
12,996 Attend 62 Campus Activities completion is the $1,331,250 addition to the University’s Rockwell library, due to open in September. The Speech and Music center will be the most extensive and expensive clasroom and laboratory building on campus. Made up of several separate but connecting units, the structure For the one year period ending June 16, the University was host to 62 different special workshops, clinics, institutes and other activities on campus. The total attendance for the activities was 12,996.
Goodman, Wagner, Kmetz Get Leads In "Witness” [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 July 1958
Goodman, Wagner, Kmetz Get Leads In "Witness” Joy Goodman, Andy Kmetz and Allan Wagnor will be featured in lead roles when the University Theatre’s production of "Witness for the Prosecution” opens July 14 in the University aditorium. Miss Goodman has the role of Romaine, Wagnor will play Sir Wilfred Robarte and Kmetz the part of Leonard Vole. Others in the cast and their parts are: Frank Torok, Carter; Nancy Muckley, Greta; Bill Walbridge, Mr. Mayhew; Louis Erdmann, Inspector Hearne; Paul Barnard, Plain Clothes Detective; Linda Hurd, a juror; Joseph Dick, foreman of the jury; Paul Barnard, clerk of the court; Floyd May, Mr. Myers, Q.Z.; Dick Banker, Mr. Justice Mainwright; David Shafer, Doctor Wyatt; Maryville Hover, Janet MacKenzie; Bob Kraft, Mr. Clegg; Mitzie Styche, the other woman and Rex Baughman, Warder. &gt; "Witness for the Prosecution,” by Agatha Christie, is probably the most skillfully written murder mystery play to be presented on Broadway within the present ge...
Novotny Receives Award From Friends Of Art [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 July 1958
Novotny Receives Award From Friends Of Art Prof. Elmer L. Novotny, head of the University’s school of art, recently was honored with a purchase prize by the Friends of Art. The award was made at the formal opening of the 23rd Annual Midyear Show of the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown. Novotny’s award was one of two purchase prizes made by the Friends of Art. The prize was given for Novotny’s water color, "Wingaersheed Beech.” done near Gloucester, Mass. The painting becomes part of the permanent collection of the institute. The painting is the 35th purchased by the Friends of Art in the Youngstown area since 1941. Included in the show are 200 oil and 100 water color paintings. More than 1,700 paintings were submitted for possible showing. The show, a national cross-section of American painting, opened June 28 and will remain on view until 5 p.m. daily through Labor Day. &gt; Robert Morrow, associate professor of art, also had a painting selected for showing.
Fall Material Now Available [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 July 1958
Fall Material Now Available Students planning to return to the University for the fall quarter are requested to pick up registration materials between July 7 and 12. Dr. Charles E. Atkinson, registrar, said students are expected to do the following: Pick up a time schedule for the fall quarter; Address an envelope for September mailing of registration appointment cards, and Fill out a card with name and class rank. All students must make these arrangements if they plan to return, said Atkinson.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 July 1958
SMOOTH AS A CAKFRT, University grounds crews lay a carpet of green in Memorial stadium in preparation for football season. More than 63,000 yards of Merion Blue Grass were laid to replace the worn out sod of the field. The grass was grown in the University’s sod garden and put in place by Larry Wooddell’s crews. The job of removnig the old sod and replacing it with new grass took one week.
Procedure Set For 2nd Term [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 July 1958
Procedure Set For 2nd Term Registration procedure for the second summer term has been announced by Dr. Charles E. Atkinson, registrar. Students must fill out trial program cards and have them approved by their advisors or the departments in which they are majoring. Trial programs may be obtained from the Registrars’s office or from advisors. After obtaining approval, students must go to the departments from which they expect to take courses to obtain class assignments. When this has been completed for all courses, trial programs should be returned to the Registrar’s office. Deadline for turning in programs is Friday, July 11. Graduate students may pick up trial programs in the Graduate school office. Approved programs should be returned to the same office. Payment of fees, which completes registration, will divided into three sections. Students with last names beginning with A through M will pay fees on July 16, and those with initials N through Z on July 17. New students and those ...
Wright Plans New York four For September 5 [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 July 1958
Wright Plans New York four For September 5 The annual New York City fall tour, under the direction of Prof. G. Harry Wright of the school of speech, will take place Sept. 5 to Sept. 10 The tour is open to all persons connected with the University and the general public. The party will leave Kent by Erie train at 6:12 p.m. Friday, Sept. 5, arriving in New York the following morning. Four full days and evenings will be spent in the city, highlighted by attendance at the threatre, tours by bus and boat, and other forms of entertainment. The group will begin the return trip at midnight, Tuesday, Sept. 9, arriving back in Kent the following day. The tour, usually composed of 250 persons, was begun by Prof. Wright in 1942. Plans are being made to make the trip more flexible this year, so that those who have gone on previous tours may enjoy new features. However, the following features will be included as a regular part of the trip, available to all persons going, and included in the overa...
Six Register Perfect Grades [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 July 1958
Six Register Perfect Grades Six students in the College of Business Administration received perfect grades during the spring quarter, according to Dean Stanley C. Vance. Students whose grades averaged 4.0 are: John J. Chell, Ravenna; James T. Crocker, Cuyahoga Falls; Robert E. Freed, Akron; Michael S. Hiltner, Warren; Donald G. Kame, Canton and Agostino J. Monastra, North Canton. Students from the Canton Extension Center who received perfect grades are: DeVere E. Englebach, Canton; Norman W. Loy. Massillon and Morton L. McKinney, Canton. A total of 236 students earned places on the Dean’s List with academic averages of 3.0 or better.
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 July 1958
CAMPUS CALENDAR JULY 4 BAND CONCERT. High school summer band students will present a concert on Wills Tennis courts at 3 p.m. 7 EXHIBITION. African Safari. Rockwell Library Gallery. Exhibit will run through July 19. 8 CULTURAL PROGRAM, Robert Merrill, baritone will present a concert at 8:30 p.m. in the University auditorium. FILM CLASSIC. “Inside Russia.’’ Film will be shown in the University School auditorium at 2:30 and 8 p.m. Deadline for Veterans to file monthly certifications with Veterans office. 10 WORKSHOP. Fourteenth Annual Workshop for Educational Secretaries will be held in the Union building through July 12. 11 Deadline for turning in trial programs to Registrar’s office for second session.
Need Players In Intramurals [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 3 July 1958
Need Players In Intramurals Students interested in intramural golf, tennis and softball may register for competition in the Athletic department in Memorial gymnasium. Scheduling in the three sports will be at the convenience of the participants, according to Richard P. Paskert, director. Tennis and softball will be played on campus and golfers will use Meadowview course between Kent and Ravenna.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
KSU SUMMER NEWS Vol, 4, No. 4 Kent, Ohio Thursday, July 10, 1938 KSU SUMMER NEWS The KSU Summer News is published weekly as a substitute for the Daily Kent Stater. Regular publication day will be Thursday. Copy must be turned in to Edward L. Cliney at the Summer News office, 109 Merrill Hall, by Friday noon to be included in the issue of the following Thursday. The Summer News office phone number is 272. Letters to the editor are welcome but must be signed. The writer’s name will be withheld upon request.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
G. HARRY WRIGHT, director, takes it easy as the cast runs through an act of “Witness for the Prosecution”, From left to right are Allan Wagner, Andy Kmetz and Bill Walbridge. The University Theatre Summer play opens Monday night in the auditorium for a two-night run. Wagner plays Sir Wilfred Robarts, Kmetz, Leonard Vole, and Walbridge, Mr. Mayhew.
21 Members Of Faculty Get Promotions In Rank [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
21 Members Of Faculty Get Promotions In Rank Promotion of 21 Kent State university faculty members has been approved by the board of trustees. Those promoted to the rank of professor include: Dr. Martin R. Baron, psychology; Dr. Emanuel C. Hertzler, biology; Dr. Clinton H. Hobbs, biology; and Dr. Oscar H. Ibele, political science. Faculty with the rank of associate professor are: Dr. Charles S. Felver, English; Dr. Ralph S. Kaczor, economics; Dr. Edgar L. McCormick, English; Newton Morton, transportation; Dr. Martin K. Nurmi, English; William Schock, art; Dr. Oscar W. Ritchie, sociology; Homer A. Weiner, art; Doris B. Kinneman, education (University and Pearl J. Phillips, education (University School). New assistant professors include Ethelouise Carpenter, early childhood education; Harris Giffen, education (University School); and Harold Webb, education (University School). The following were given the rank of instructor and formerly held temporary status: William E. Heasley, indus...