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Kappa Delta Pi To Hold Pledging [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 10 July 1958
Kappa Delta Pi To Hold Pledging Kappa Delta Pi, national education honorary, will hold pledge services at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 15, in the Student union. Following the services the group will go to see the University Theatre production of "Witness for the Prosecution.” Initiation of pledges will take place Thursday, Aug. 8 in the Student union. The service will be at 5 p.m., followed by a banquet. The speaker will be Dr. Earl Johnson, professor of the social sciences, University of Chicago.
Chorus, Orchestra Give Concert Tomorrow Night [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
Chorus, Orchestra Give Concert Tomorrow Night The University’s summer Chorus and Chamber Orchestra will present a program of music by English speaking composers at 8:30 tomorrow evening in the University School auditorium. Conductors are Louis Krch, assistant professor of music; John White, instructor in music, and Richard Warner, head of the school of music. Orchestra selections will include "Orlando Gibbons Suite,” set for orchestra by Warner, and "English Folk Song Suite” by Vaughan Williams. The Chorus will sing "Magnificat” by White; "The God of Love My Shepherd Is,” a poem by George Her- Bert set for voices by Warner, and "Rejoice in the Lamb” with words by Christopher Smart and music by Benjamin Britten. The combined orchestra and chorus will present "I Was Glad When They Said Unto Me” and "Rejoice in the Lord Always.” "I Was Glad,” by C. Hubert H. Parry is the coronation anthem composed for the coronation of Edward VII and sung at each cornonation since. "Rejoice in the Lord...
Jan Peerce Will Present Concert Tuesday Evening [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
Jan Peerce Will Present Concert Tuesday Evening Jan Peerce, famous tenor of the Metropolitan and San Francisco Operas, will appear in the sixth of eight summer cultural programs at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 22, in the from "Cantata No. 93” by J. S. Bach, "Che voul’ Innamorarisi” by A. Scarlatti, If With All Your Hearts,” recitative and aria from "Elijah” by Mendelssohn, "II Mio Tesoro” from "Don Giovanni” by Mozart, "An Die Musik” by Schubert, "Der Musensohn” by Schubert, "Lamento Provencal” by Emile Palahile, "Le Soleil et la Mer” by Foundrain, and "La fleur que tu m’avais Jetee” from "Carmen.” He also will sing "La Cathedrale Englouti” by Debussy, "Impromptu in A Flat Major by Schubert, "Cantares De Mi Tierra” by Osma, "Music I Heard With You by Hageman, "Life” by Curran, "Questo O Quella” from Verdi’s Rigoletto,” and "Addio Alla Madre” from "Cavalleria Rusticana” by Mascagni. Peerce, born in New York City and entirely American trained, this year concluded his sixteenth session as l...
Distribute Tickets Monday For Peerce [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
Distribute Tickets Monday For Peerce Tickets for the Jan Peerce concert July 22 will be distributed Monday, July 21, to students, members of the facuty and University employees. Remaining tickets will be distributed Tuesday without charge to the general public. The tickets will be distributed (two to a person) from 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. in the corridor connecting the administration building and Merrill hall. Ticket holders will have until 8:10 p.m. on the night of the concert to claim seats. After 8:10 empty seats will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis without tickets. University identification cards must be presented to secure the tickets on Monday. Jan Peerce
University Appoints II New Faculty Members [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
University Appoints II New Faculty Members Appointment of 11 new faculty members has been approved by the University board of trustees. Harrell McCullough will be an assistant professor of management. He received both his bachelor’s in business administration and his master’s in business administration from the University of Oklahoma. After teaching one year at Oklahoma City university he went with Ford Motor company as organization and methods analyst. He also worked for Marshall Field and company as supervising industrial engineer, for the W. F. Hall Printing company as industrial engineer, and as office manager for the U. S. Employment service. Lawrence A. Golding was named assistant professor of health and physical education. For the past year has been instructor in kinesiology at the University of Illinois where he also taught health and physical education in 1951-53 and 1956-57. He was instructor in physical education at the University of Idaho from 1953 to 1956. Golding recei...
Extension Center Serves Elyria, Lorain County [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
Extension Center Serves Elyria, Lorain County Elyria—like other areas of north-' eastern Ohio suffering from teacher shortages—is being served in its efforts to solve the problem by the University’s extension division. Last year Kent State opened its second group in this emergency Cadet Teachers program on a part-time evening basis at Elyria high school to enable a new group of students to begin working toward a teaching certificate. The first group completed this program in August, 1957. Approxinately twenty-five people completed the program and are now teaching in area schools. The students who entered the program in the fall of 1957, will begin taking their places in classrooms in 1960 if they successfully complete the program. This year students in the Elyria and Lorain county area can enter the second year of the program with a full schedule of evening courses. Courses being offered in the 195859 school year include Education 263, introduction to Child Study; Phychology 242, Ed...
First Session Enrollment Totals 3,978 Students [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
First Session Enrollment Totals 3,978 Students Official figures by Dr. Charles E. Atkinson, registrar, show a total of 3,978 students enrolled for the first summer session. The College of Education topped the list with 1,725, the Graduate school recorded 1,160, Arts and Sciences, 588 and Business Administration 477. In addition, 28 are enrolled in the annual Ohio Conservation laboratory at Camp Muskingum on Leesville lake, Carrolton. Enrollment by classes is as follows: Men Women Total Graduates 757 403 1,160 Seniors 466 402 868 Juniors 318 459 Sophomores 220 216 436 Freshmen 87 107 194 Special 228 287 515 Total 2,076 1,874 3,950 The College of Education recorded 467 men and 1,258 women, the College of Arts and Sciences, 410 men and 178 women, and Business Administration 442 men and 35 women. The above figures do not include the hundreds of students who attended the many workshops on campus regardless of whether academic credit was given.
Army Promotes Duray To Major [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
Army Promotes Duray To Major Capt. Joseph H. Duray, assistant professor of military science and tactics, has been promoted to the rank of major, according to a directive from the Department of the Army. Major Duray came to the University in 1955 as a regular Army officer with more than 10 years of service. A native of Whiting, Ind., he entered the Army in 1943 following graduation from Marmion Military Academy, Aurora, 111. He is a veteran of the "Battle of the Bulge” and participated in three European campaigns with the 771 st Tank Battalion. Following World War 11, he was in charge of the first Polish Guard to be formed and received an Army commendation ribbon for his work. After returning to the United States, Major Duray was recalled by the Army and assigned to the Third Cavalry regiment. He was given a regular Army commission and attached to the 24th Constabulary squadron, patrolling along the "Iron Curtain.” Later Major Duray was transferred to Frankfort, Germany, and served a...
Three Coins’ Plays Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
Three Coins’ Plays Tuesday "Three Coins In A Fountain,” the romantic, comedy-drama of three Americans girls in Rome, is the third in the series of Summer Film Classics. It will be shown Tuesday, July 22, at 2:30 and 8 p.m. in the University School aduitorium. The movies are open to the public without charge. Clifton Webb, Dorothy McQuire, Jean Peters and Louis Jourdan are featured in the film.
Shaw Is Secretary Of School Group [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
Shaw Is Secretary Of School Group The northeast region of the Ohio School Boards association recently announced its new officers following action of the executive committee in session on campus. Filling the posts will be president, Alan Sophrin, Cuyahoga Falls board of education; vice president, Dr. Thomas Ffarnish, Newton Falls board of education; treasurer, Ward Davis, Portage County board of education; recording secretary, Mrs. Allyn Myers, Warrensville Heights board of education; and executive secretary, Dr. Roger Shaw, Kent State university.
LETTERS to the editor [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
LETTERS to the editor Dear Sir: Would it be possible for the employees of the Registrar’s office and certain college offices to stagger their lunch hours to permit servicing more students? Summer school sessions are attended by a large percentage of commuters, most of whom have other passengers in their cars. Also, these commuting, for the most part, have morning classes. These two observations conclude that between 12 noon and 1 p.m. the services of these offices are needed. Wondering Dr. Charles E. Atkinson, registrar, gave his views on the subject as follows: "As far as I am concerned, it would be possible to assign a person to work during noon hours, providing of course, that we had enough requests for service by the student body to warrant this expenditure. The other offices operate with only one or two girls. It would be practically impossible to arrange for one to work during the noon hour. A second observation which I have is this, that the university employees consist of qu...
Three Workshops Open Monday; 100 Enrolled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
Three Workshops Open Monday; 100 Enrolled Areas of slow learning, moral and spiritual values and school health will be covered in three special workshops which open on campus July 21. Experts in the field of instruction of slow learning children will give in-service training to 40 teachers experienced in the subject from July 21 to Aug. 8. Speakers during the first week will include Raymond Horn, psychologist with the Ohio State Department of Education, and Dr. Jack H. Rubenstein, director of the Hamilton County Diagnostic Clinic for Mentally Retarded. They will deal with the topic, "A Developmental Approach to Understanding and Providing for Slow-Learning Children.” "The Unit Approach in Educating the Slow-Learning Child” will be the subject covered during the second week. Among the speakers will be Miss Ida Madden, special education teacher at Niles. Topic for the third week will be "Educating the Slow-Learning Child in the Skill Subjects and Content Areas.” Miss Amy A. Allen, sup...
First Seaway Tennis Tourney Set For Kent [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
First Seaway Tennis Tourney Set For Kent The first annual Seaway Tennis tournament, open to all northeastern Ohio players, has been scheduled for the Kent State campus July 25, 26, 27. Sponsored by the KSU division of health, physical education, and athletics, play will be on the Engleman courts with the first round set for 4 p.m., Friday, July 25. Trophies will be awarded to winners of each of the following six divisions: junior boys, 18 and under; junior girls, 18 and under; open, men; open, women; open doubles, men; and veterans doubles, men over 40. Entry fees will be 75 cents for juniors; $1.50, open; and $2.00, doubles. Also, each contestant will furnish one can of new balls. Default time limit has been set at 15 minutes with a five-minute warm up period. No change in schedule will be permitted without approval of the tournament managers. Pairings and starting times will be published. All entries and fees must be received by noon Tuesday, July 22. They should be sent to Karl C...
Two Win Honors At Music Clinic [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
Two Win Honors At Music Clinic Two northeastern Ohio high school students were designated the outstanding boy and girl attending the University’s Summer Music camp. They are Dian Barber, Akron and Kenneth Schaebethal, South Euclid. Miss Barber plays clarinet in the Revere high school band and Schaebethal plays clarinet in the Brush high school band. Awards are based on musicianship, attitude, and general conduct, according to Prof. Edward L. Masters, director of the camp and director of the University band. The band camp concluded July 4.
Stopher Splits Two [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
Stopher Splits Two In intramural baseball during the past week, Stopher Hall split two games. They whipped Sigma Alpha Epsilon 12 to 4 and were edged 7 to 5 by the Collegiates. In tennis, Tom Waddle beat Dan Robinson 6-2, 8-6. Play in both sports will continue this week. Students interested in intramural competition for the secoud session may sign up for play in the athletic office.