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Trial Programs Due Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
Trial Programs Due Tomorrow Trial program cards for the second summer session must be turned in to the Registrar’s office by tomorrow. Graduate students will return the cards to the Graduate school office. Payment of fees, which completes registration will be divided into three sections. Students with last names beginning with A through M will pay fees on July 16. Those beginning with N through Z will pay on July 17. New students and those unable to complete registration on July 16 or 17, will pay fees on July 18.
"Witness" Opens Two-Night Run U. T. Presents Agatha Christie Murder Drama [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
"Witness" Opens Two-Night Run U. T. Presents Agatha Christie Murder Drama The University Theatre will present Agatha Christie’s "Witness for the Prosecution” Monday and Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. in the University auditorium. The play is part of the Summer Cultural Program series, and is open to the public without charge. Tickets will be distributed from the University Theatre box office in Kent hall daily except Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The cast is headed by Joy Goodman as Romaine, Allan Wagner as Sir Wilfred Robarts and Andv Kmetz as Leonard Vole. The story concerns a personable and completely naive young man who is accused of the murder of an elderly wealthy lady. His only alibi is the testimony of his mysterious foreign wife who turns into not a defense witness, but a witness for the prosecution. "Witness for the Prosecution” is one of the most skillfully written murder mysteries to be presented on Broadway in the present generation. It came to New York after a long run in...
Courses In All Colleges Given At Canton Center [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
Courses In All Colleges Given At Canton Center This is the third in a series of' articles designed to familiarize students with the Kent State university Extension program and the many off-campus services offered in northeastern Ohio. Beginning courses in Kent State university’s emergency Cadet Teacher program will again be offered for a new group on a part-time evening basis in September at Canton McKinley high school to help meet the teacher shortage in the Stark county area. The Cadet program is a two-year preparation for elementary teachers approved by the State Department of Education to help meet the teacher shortage. Students entering the program in September will be qualified to take their places in classrooms by 1961 without interrupting present employment or household duties until near the end of the program. By establishing the classes, the University has attempted to reach interested persons by taking the program into local neighborhoods where students can have the oppor...
21 In A&S Get Perfect Grades [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
21 In A&amp;S Get Perfect Grades Twenty-one students in the College of Arts and Sciences received 4.0 averages during the spring quarter, according to Dean Eric N. Rackham. Those who received perfect grades are: Kennon L. Callahan, Kent; Patricia L. Gingrich, Berea; Sharon P. LeMoine, Hubbard; James E. Thompson, Akron; Michael E. Danko, Youngstown; Norman Friedman, Kent; Joseph T. Gorman, Kent; Joan Marie Hartzell, Kent; Gertrude E. Jenne, Cincinnati; James J. Johnson, New Castle, Pa.; Barbara A. Lace, Euclid; Gloria H. Lang, Kent; Madelene R. Lash, Akron; Jack W. Lewis, N. Canton; Martha M. Lierhaus, Wadsworth; Richard Jones Moore, Canton; Harold R. Papiska, Garrettsville; Michael B. Mock, Akron; Frank K. Patterson, Cleveland; John McLain Rinehart, Fairview Park; and Thomas J. Stefanik, Cleveland. A total of 421 students were named to the Dean’s List for receiving averages of 3.0 or higher.
100 School Secretaries Attend Annual Workshop [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
100 School Secretaries Attend Annual Workshop One hundred Ohio education sec-' retaries are expected to take part in the fourteenth annual Workshop for School Secretaries which opens on campus today. The three-day event will provide in-service training for secretaries representing elementary, junior and senior high schools, school administrators’ offices and school business offices throughout the state. It is sponsored by the Department of School System Secretaries of the Ohio Association of Public School Employees in cooperation with the colleges of business administration and education at the University. Among the featured speakers will be Dr. Edna Oswalt, head of the University’s department of special education; Miss Leona Sterley, Akron North high school business teacher; Miss Dorothy Souche, Cleveland : Board of Education fashion coordinator and charm school instructor; Kenyon F. Snyder, Cleveland attorney, and Paul W. Briggs, superintendent of Parma schools. Other program spea...
46 ROTC Students Train With Air Force And Army [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
46 ROTC Students Train With Air Force And Army Thirty-four Army and 12 Air Force ROTC students are taking summer training at bases in North Carolina, Ohio, Georgia and Florida. The 34 Army men are taking their training at Fort Bragg, N. C. and will finish summer camp on August 1. They are; Thomas L. Auman, C. Albert Courtney, Harvey B. Dunn, Thomas E. Knapp, James P. Jeffords, Thomas Hair, Timothy L. Lloyd, Charles P. Temple, Francis B. Curtin, John B. Kelly, John A. Rein, Robert H. Schwartz, Robert R. DeHart, Edwin L. Eschliman, Edward M. Gillies and Gary R. Henry. Also: Herbert L. Snyder, Loren C. Villard, Charles J. Dyer, John P. Farrington, John R. Almert, John D. Magazine, Ronald E. Mayhew, Robert Bogus, Frank A. Nolfi, Robert J. Palsha, Ronald J. Koshar, Garry R. Freihube, Otis Hovencamp, Mario L. Petroni, David Walters, Eugene T. Fealko, Richard H. Higgs, and Paul L. McMurray. Six Air Force men will finish training July 12 at Lockbourne Air Force Base in Columbus. They are Ri...
Concert Features Summer Chorus And Orchestra [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
Concert Features Summer Chorus And Orchestra The University’s summer Chorus and summer Chamber Orchestra will present a concert at 8:30 p.m. Friday, July 18, in the University School auditorium. The program is part of the Cul- &gt;tural Program series and is open to the public. There is no admission charge. The Orchestra will be conducted by Louis Krch, assistant professor of music, and the Chorus by Richard Warner, head of the school of music. Orchestra selections will include "Orlando Gibbons Suite,” by Richard Warner, and "English Folk Song Suite” by Vaughan Williams. The Chorus will sing "Magnificat” by John White, instructor of music, "The God of Love My Shepherd Is” by Warner and "Rejoice in the Lamb” by Benjamin Britten. The combined orchestra and chorus will present "I Was Glad” by C. H. H. Parry and "Rejoice in the Lord Always” by Purcell. "I Was Glad” was sung at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth. All selections are by Englishspeaking composers.
Applications From Freshmen And Transfers Increase 17% [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
Applications From Freshmen And Transfers Increase 17 % If applications for admission to the University continue at the present rate, 17 per cent more first-quar-ter freshmen and transfer students will be taking work this fall than in 1957. Figures through June 25 show that 81 transfer students and 404 freshmen have completed applications, making a total of 485. This compares with 412 at the same date last year. Freshmen applications represent a 13 per cent increase over 1957. Applications have been completed by 206 men and 151 women. Last year at this time, 357 had applied. Of the transfer students, 54 are &gt;men and 27 are women. Last year at the same date, a total of 65 had completed applications A breakdown by colleges shows that 139 are in the college of arts and sciences, 106 in business administration and 213 in education. Twenty-seven did not indicate a preference. Dr. Charles E. Atkinson, University registrar, said the number of applications to date represents about...
Geologists Map Catskill Area [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
Geologists Map Catskill Area Twelve students are spending a month this summer camping on the banks of the Hudson river near Catskill and Hudson, New York in connection with the University’s annual geology field trip. As a class project, the undergraduates will measure and describe sections of rocks and map geologic formations in the area. Individual reports, complete with photographs, diagrams and maps, will be made at the close of the trip, July 19. Glenn W. Frank, assistant professor of geology, is in charge of this year’s trip. Those making the trip are: Ray C. Isaacs, Akron; Jerome F. Wendel, Bay Village; Allan C. Baisch, Bowling Green; Garrett L. Albert, Cambridge, N. Y.; Norman J. Lenhardt, Fairview Park; Lester S. Fruth, Findlay; Jack P. Manning, Gates Mills; David F. Stanonik, Hiram; John Maselli, Lorain; James J. Johnson, New Castle, Pa.; George B. Pogue, Pelham, N. Y.; and John H. Weinberg, Syracuse, N. Y.
KSU Basketball Tourney Planning Gets Underway [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
KSU Basketball Tourney Planning Gets Underway Plans for the first annual Midwest Basketball tournament, scheduled for Memorial gytnnasium Dec. 5 and 6, were formulated recently at a meeting of University personnel and area civic leaders. The four-team tourney involves Michigan, Wyoming, Tennessee and Kent State. A committee headed by Carl E. Erickson, director of athletics, will decide tourney pairings by Aug. 1. Others on the committee are Bill Bertka, head coach; Vic Moore, director, intramural athletics; and Robert Blakemore, president of the University Alumni association. John Simpson, representing Kent Rotary club, heads a committee to arrange a tip-off banquet Dec. 4, sponsored jointly by Rotary, Lions, Kiwanis and Junior Chamber of Commerce. The banquet, to be held on campus, will honor players of the four teams. Coaches will share the speaker’s platform. &gt; Bill Wolcott of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, heads a group to select civic leaders as honorary coaches. In...
Education Has 34 Four Points [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
Education Has 34 Four Points Thirty-four students of the College of Education received perfect grades during the spring quarter, Dean Clayton M. Schindler recently announced. Students whose grades averaged 4.0 are; Rae S. Almason, Canton; Elizabeth August, Parma; Charlotte Casey, Kent; Bev Christopher, Killbuck; Victoria Collins, Massillon; Loretta J, Copley, Mogadore; Helen F. Cowger, Akron; Jane E. Cropley, Canton; Barbara M. Evans, Girard; Joseph Fenstermaker, Bristolville; Beth M. Fife, Dellroy; Janice K. Fortney, Ashtabula; John J. Geil, Kent; John P. Ginatos, Ashtabula; and Bobbie Hartong, Uniontown. Also; Steven J. Helvak, Akron; Richard E. Irvin, Kent; John M. Leicher, Cleveland; Patricia McClendon, Northfield; Nancy S. Marks, Cleveland; Diane Miller, Windsor; Marilyn A. Mills, Hudson; Betty Jo Oertel, Cuyahoga Falls; Ann L. Pearce, Akron; Frances Pokorny, Ashtabula; Robert Reeves, Kent; Isabelle Rice, Hudson; Lois K. Richards, Youngstown; Mary K. Spacht, Kent; Hallie Stephe...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
THEY HAD A PICNIC. Carlos Albuerne, left and Antonio Brito, right, get some pointers on baseball from Richard Paskert, freshman baseball coach, at the All-University picnic. More than 450 attended the event on Engleman picnic grounds. Entertainment consisted of a band concert and adults and children’s games. Courier Tribune Photo
Intramural Competition Begins In Three Sports [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
Intramural Competition Begins In Three Sports Play is underway in three intramural sports, according to Richard P. Paskert, director of competitions. Three teams have entered baseball play and a full schedule of games is planned for this week. The teams and their managers are: The Collegiates, Ray Shaker; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Jerry Petrofes; and Stopher Hall, Vic Portaro. In tennis, Tom Waddle won over Richard Ritzi in first round play, 10-8 and 9-7. Jerry Petrofes whipped Bob Parilla by seven strokes in golf. Petrofes registered an 83 and Parilla a 90. Openings are still available for those who would like to enter the intramural program, according to Paskert. &gt; Scheduling in the three sports is at the convenience of the participants. Registration is held daily in the Athletic department in Memorial gymnasium. All equipment is furnished except softball gloves and tennis rackets. Tennis and softball are played on campus, and golfers use Meadowview course between Kent and R...
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
CAMPUS CALENDAR JULY 10 WORKSHOP. Fourteenth Annual Workshop for Educational Secretaries. Featured speakers include Dr. Edna Oswalt, head of the department of special education; Miss Maurine Rosch, director of guidance and placement, Cleveland board of education; Kenyon F. Snyder, Snyder, Guthrie, and Stark Attorneys; and Paul W. Briggs, superintendent of schools, Parma. All sessions in Union building through July 12. 11 Deadline for turning in trial programs to the Registrar’s office for second summer session. 12 Last day to pick up materials from Registrar for fall registration. 14 UNIVERSITY THEATRE PRODUCTION. “Witness for the Prosecution.” University auditorium, 8:30 p.m., through July 15. 18 CONCERT. University Summer Choir and Chamber Orchestra will present a program at 8:30 p.m. in University School auditorium.