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CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
CAMPUS CALENDAR JULY 18 CONCERT. University summer choir and orchestra under the direction of Dr. Richard Warner will present a concert at 8:30 p.m. in the University School auditorium. 19 End of first summer session. 21 Second summer session opens. WORKSHOP. Annual workshop for Teachers of Slow Learning through Aug. 8. WORKSHOP. The 11th summer Health Education workshop will be held through Aug. 1. WORKSHOP. Annual Moral and Spiritual Values workshop scheduled through Aug. 8. 22 CULTURAL PROGRAM. Jan Peerce, tenor, will present a concert at 8:30 p.m. in the University auditorium. FILM CLASSIC. “Three Coins In a Fountain,” will be shown at 2:30 and 8 p.m. in the University School auditorium. Deadline for filing entries for First Annual Seaway Tennis Tournament. 23 Change of Program. Begins at 8:30 a.m. in entrance to Wills gymnasium. 24 Change of Program. 25 TOURNAMENT. First Annual Seaway Tennis Tournament opens on campus and runs through July 27.
2 Flashes On Mid-American Baseball Team [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
2 Flashes On Mid-American Baseball Team Kent State placed two men on the 1958 Mid-American conference baseball team, according to conference commissioner Dr. David E. Reese. Outfielder Bob Simon, who hit .282 for Kent, and second baseman Dick Rollins, who hit .341, made the first team. Another Kent man. Dale Reichert made honorable mention. Both Rollins and Simon are sophomores. Western Michigan, Mid-American conference champions, led the listing with four men on the team. Ohio university placed three on the team and Bowling Green, Marshall and Toledo, one each. Jack Rumohr, Western Michigan’s ace righthander, and Donzil Hall, Marshall’s third baseman, were the only repeaters from the 1957 team. Others on the team are Lamar Jacobs, Ohio university’s All-Ameri-can outfielder; Walt Martishius, Toledo, outfield; Marvin Winegar, Western Michigan, outfield; Bob Mason, Western Michigan, first base; Frank Caruso, Ohio university, shortstop and Barry Gottlieb, catcher. Along with Rumohr, Di...
Book Store Takes Cap, Gown Orders [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 17 July 1958
Book Store Takes Cap, Gown Orders Reservations for cap and gown rental are now being taken in the University Book store. August graduates who are not returning for the second summer session should order their gowns before leaving the campus. Cost is $3 plus tax and deposit. Deposit for men is 50 cents and for women, one dollar. The deposit will be refunded when the caps and gowns are returned. The book store also has announcements on hand for graduates. They are 15 cents each.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
KSU SUMMER NEWS Vol. 4, No. 6 Kent, Ohio Thursday, July 24, 1958 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 Edivard 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 212. Letters to the editor are welcome but must be signed. The writer’s name will be withheld upon request.
Louis Lane Will Conduct Cleveland Orchestra Here [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
Louis Lane Will Conduct Cleveland Orchestra Here Conductor Louis Lane and the Cleveland Summer orchestra will present a special "Pops” concert on campus Tuesday, Aug. 5, at 8:30 p.m. Now in its 40th year, the great symphonic organization is no stranger in Kent, having appeared here last year and many times in the past. The program will be in the University auditorium. The concert is part of the Summer Cultural Program series and is open to the public without charge. Variety is the keynote of this summer’s "Pops” presentation. Lane has blended concert fare that promises to satisfy music devotees of all tastes and ages. Lane, assistant conductor of the 100-man orchestra during the regular season, came to Cleveland as ap-prentice-conductor to George Szell &gt;in 1947. After two seasons, he joined the orchestra as a regular member. He plays the piano, celesta, harpsichord and organ, in addition to serving as Szell’s assistant. He was appointed resident conductor of the 75-piece ...
Five New Temporary Instructors Named To University Faculty [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
Five New Temporary Instructors Named To University Faculty Five new temporary instructors have been approved by the University board of trustees. Louis O. Erdmann will be temporary instructor in speech. He has a bachelor of arts from North Central college, Naperville, 111., and expects to receive his master of arts degree from Kent in August. He has been a graduate assistant in speech at Kent and formerly was technical supervisor for the Naperville, 111., Community Theatre. Adam Cibula will be a temporary instructor in biology. He has a bachelor of science in education degree and a master’s degree from Kent. He has been a graduate assistant in biology at Kent for the past two years. ) Temporary instructor in marketing will be Ernest Pope. He has a bachelor of science degree from Kent and expects to obtain a master of business administration degree in August. Pope has been a graduate assistant in marketing at the University and worked as coordinator for the Ravenna Chamber of Commerc...
Varney Named Successor To Speir At Cleveland [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
Varney Named Successor To Speir At Cleveland Dr. J. Keith Varney has been named director of the Cleveland center of Kent State university, according to Dr. George A. Bowman, president. Dr. Bowman said Dr. Varney would take his new post Sept. 1. He succeeds Prof. F. Leslie Speir &gt;who becomes coordinator of extension and special activities. The Cleveland center was started in 1956 with offices in the Cleveland Board of Education building and it conducts the cadet teacher program. This summer 762 are enrolled in the program, as compared with the spring enrollment of 748. Classes are held at two east side schools, Collinwood and John Adams, and John Marshall on the west side. Dr. Varney came to the University in 1953 and is assistant director of the University school. He also is an assistant professor of education. Ele received his bachelor of arts degree from Kansas Wesleyan and his master of arts and doctor of philosophy degrees from the University of Nebraska. Dr. Varney h...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
NO STONE UNTURNED. The sound of tools against stone can be heard daily in back of Van Deusen hall as student sculptors work out of doors under the protection of a tent. Much of the stone being used in the Class came from Rockwell Library which is now nearing completion. A great deal of stone had to be removed when the work on the extension, began. The class is under the direction of Prof. Paul Baus.
Trip Scheduled To Musicarnival [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
Trip Scheduled To Musicarnival Approximately 200 graduates and former students will attend a performance of "Showboat” at Musicarnival tonight. The program is being sponsored by the Cuyahoga County chapter of the Kent State Alumni association. , Tickets are still available for students and faculty members who would like to attend. Cost is $3 a person. After the performance coffee and rolls will be served in the picnic grounds adjoining the Musicarnival site. Working on arrangements for the event are Nora Davis, class of ’56; Bob Mathews, class of ’55; Roy Berko, ’55; Ann Lopane, ’55 and Joe Miller, ’5O. Tickets are available from Jerry Hayes in the Alumni office. Hayes is coordinator of the event.
Harvey Directs Chagrin Falls Teacher Clinic [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
Harvey Directs Chagrin Falls Teacher Clinic Prof. Virginia Harvey, associate professor of health and physical education, will open Chagrin Falls training program for its teachers with a human relations workshop on Aug. 18 at Lewis Sands school. The workshop, to be attended by more than 40 teachers, will be conducted for three days by Mrs. Harvey and Prof. Harold W. Fildey of Oberlin college. Both have participated in the group dynamic programs at Bethel, Maine. Also in the two-week training program at Chagrin Falls will be Dr. Roger Shaw, professor of education, who will discuss state legislation relating to teachers, on Aug. 22. Dr. Ralph Hall, director of the audio-visual center at the University, will lecture and demonstrate on the operation of equipment and materials for instruction on Aug. 26.
Morbito Wins Office Furniture [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
Morbito Wins Office Furniture Prof. Joseph F. Morbito, head of the University’s department of architecture, has won first prize in the Aluminum Company of America’s contest held for the architects’ familiarity with aluminum-clad buildings across the nation. The contest was conducted in conjunction with the national meeting of the American Institute of Architects in Cleveland. Morbito successfully identified 35 out of 43 aluminum structures depicted on a huge color mural. He was awarded a set of new aluminum office furniture recently introduced by the General Fireproofing company of Youngstown, Ohio. At the state meeting of architects he won a hi-fi set. Morbito served as a delegate of the Eastern Ohio chapter to the national convention. He is vcie president of the chapter.
Registration Opens For Sports Play [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
Registration Opens For Sports Play Students interested in intramural golf, tennis and softball competition during the second session may register in the Athletic department in Memorial gymnasium. Scheduling in the three sports will be at the convenience of the participants, according to Don McCafferty, director. Tennis and softball will be played on campus and golfers will use Meadowview course between Kent and Ravenna.
Graduate Courses Offered By 3 Extension Centers [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
Graduate Courses Offered By 3 Extension Centers This is the fifth 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, Graduate courses in education will be offered at three University Extension centers beginning with fall quarter, 1958. The centers will be located in Elyria at Elyria high school, South Euc-lid-Lyndhurst at the Charles F. Brush high school and in Youngstown at South high school. The University plans to offer two graduate courses a session at the centers during fall, winter and spring quarters. No courses are scheduled for summer. The courses are being offered at the request of the boards of education in the three locations after conferences between representatives of the school systems and the University and after completion of surveys to determine potential enrollment. Education 500N, Research in Education, is scheduled for the South Euclid-Lyndhurst...
Graduate Dies In Rescue Try [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
Graduate Dies In Rescue Try Judith Koonce, a 1957 graduate of Kent State University, drowned July 17 in the Little Miami river near Clifton, Greene county, while trying to save an 11-year-old girl. Miss Koonce had been serving as a conservation instructor in Camp Clifton, operated by the 4-H club. Before jumping in the water Miss Koonce ordered the other children in the group to go to a nearby road. She then jumped 45 feet into the swift moving river to attempt the rescue. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Koonce, she was born April 17, 1935. After completing studies at George Washington Elementary School and John Marshall high school she enrolled at Kent State in 1953. She was graduated in June, 1957, with a bachelor of arts degree in the College of Arts and Sciences. During the summers for the last four years Miss Koonce was an instructor in 4-H camps. She taught art and science in Eastmoor Junior high school in Columbus, during the 1957-58 school year. She planned to enter the U...
2,500 Enrolled In 2nd Session [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
2,500 Enrolled In 2nd Session Enrollment for the second summer session has passed the 2,500 mark, according to Dr. Charles E. Atkinson, registrar. The figure is slightly higher than Atkinson’s estimate of 2,400 or approximately 60 per cent of the enrollment for the first term. Official first quarter enrollment figures showed a total of 3,978 students attending the University. This enrollment set a record for the first session and the enrollment this session will set a new summer high for both sessions. The previous high was set in 1949 when the University was riding the crest of veteran enrollment. These figures do not include the hundreds of students taking work in the University’s extension centers or those attending on-campus workshops.