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Students Must Register Cars [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
Students Must Register Cars All students attending the second summer session must register their vehicles with the University police and park in one of the three student lots during school hours. Students not registering cars within 20 days of registration for classes will be assessed a $2 late regitration fee. The three student lots are located south of the MPE building, behind Moulton hall and at the intersection of Terrace drive and Summit street. There is no charge for registration.
Driving Class Being Offered [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
Driving Class Being Offered A course for training of teachers of automobile driving is being offered at the University during the second summer session. The class VUi) meet from 9 to io (a.m. for mix days pec week; Sfudeiit kre an additional four hours of laboratory work. Successful completion of the course meets requirements of the State Department of Education and the American Automobile association. Three quarter hours of credit will be given.
Grid Ticket Applications Go Out To KSU Alumni [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
Grid Ticket Applications Go Out To KSU Alumni Ten thousand football ticket ap-&lt; plications were mailed today to Uni-; versity alumni for a 4-game home schedule opening Oct. 4 with Ohio U’s Bobcats. Season tickets are also available to the public at $6, while the alumni cost is $3.50. The best seats on the south side of Memorial Stadium will be sold first. Preference is given to last year’s season ticket holders. Tickets can be ordered from the University’s athletic department. Individual game tickets sell for $2 and are available at Richman Bros, clothing, Akron; 'Purccli’s, Donaghy ’drug, ■ Smoke shop in dent. ' The game with Ohio 1 sity will be Northeast Ohio Band day with 1,500 high school bandsmen scheduled to perform. On Oct. 18, the Golden Flashes entertain Marshall’s Thundering Herd on Dads’ Day. Nov. 1 will be Homecoming for the Toledo game and the season’s finale will be against Western Michigan on Nov. 15, ROTC day. Away, the Flashes open with Xavier in Cincinna...
Flashes Draw Wyoming In Basketball Pairings [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
Flashes Draw Wyoming In Basketball Pairings Pairings for the Midwestern in-&lt; vitational basketball tournament at Kent State University were announced recently with Kent meeting Wyoming Dec. 5. Michigan’s Wolverines and Tennessee’s Yols will also meet in the opener. Dr. Carl E. Erickson, tournament manager, said that Michigan and Tennessee would be in the first game, with Kent and Wyoming, the Skyline champs, in the nightcap. Others on the committee deciding parings besides Erickson were Bill Bertka, head coach; Vic Moore, director, intramural athletics; and Robert Blakemore, president of the university Alumni association. Final round of play will be Dec. 6. All games will be in Memorial gymnasium. Area civic leaders are working with University athletic officials on housing arrangements, reception, awards, and a tip-off banquet the night before the tourney begins. Wyoming’s Cowboys are coached by Ev Shelton and will face the host Kent team, with Coach Bill Bertka looking f...
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
CAMPUS CALENDAR JULY 24 Change of Program. 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Entrance to Wills gymnasium. 25 ATHLETICS. Seaway Tennis Tournament. Engleman courts. First roj&amp;ud -begins, at 4 p.m. Tournament is open to all tennis players in ~u ahd ,I wiil run throe "h July 27. Deadline for August graduates to make reservations for cap and gown rental. University bookstore. Last day to make application for August, 1958 teaching certificates. Registrar’s office. 26 Seaway Tennis Tournament, Engleman courts, 27 Seaway Tennis Tournament. Engleman courts. 29 EXHIBITION. Fifty Years at the Corcoran. Exhibit includes a sampling of art of the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, D. C. during the last 50 years. Van Deusen hall gallery through Aug. 19.
Collegiates Win Baseball Title [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
Collegiates Win Baseball Title The Collegiates, managed by Ray Shaker, won the first round of play in the summer intramural program. Second place went to Stopher Hall and Sigma Alpha Epsilon finished third. In Tennis Tom Waddle won the first round championship and Jerry Petrofes won the golf crown by beating Warren Binder in 19 holes, one up. Richard P. Paskert was director of the Intramural program for the first summer session.
Love Addresses Religious Group [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 24 July 1958
Love Addresses Religious Group Rev. Joe Brown Love, director of the University Wesley foundation, was one of the speakers at Lakeside assembly July 20 when Ohio Methodists observed a day of special emphasis on Christian Higher education. Other speakers were Dr. John O. Gross, Nashville, Tenn., secretary for educational institution of the Methodist board of education; and Dr. Arthur S. Fleming, formerly president of Ohio Wesleyan and now a member of the President’s cabinet. Rev. Love also spoke to the WSCS secretaries for student work at the Northeast Ohio Conference School of Missions and Christian service at Lakeside,' *•
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 31 July 1958
KSU SUMMER NEWS Vol. 4, No. 7 Kent, Ohio Thursday, July 31, 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 Edward L. Cliney at the Summer News office, 109 Merrill Flail, 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.
Social Studies Workshop Set At University [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 31 July 1958
Social Studies Workshop Set At University Approximately 100 junior and senior high school teachers of social studies will attend the fourth annual Conference on the Improvement of Classroom Instruction in the Social Studies, which opens Aug. 4 in the Union building. The conference is being held with the cooperation of the Service Center for Teachers of History of the American Historical association. It will close Aug. 8. Speakers for the workshop include: Earl S. Johnson, professor of the social sciences at the University of Chicago, and author of "Theory and Practice of the Social Studies.” Frank Freidel, professor of history at Harvard university and leading biographer of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Lawrence Senesh, professor of Economic Education at Purdue university and formerly with the Joint council of Economic Education. Howard Cummings, specialist in the social sciences and geography, U. S. Office of Education, Presidentelect of the National Council for the Social studies and Edi...
Buddhist Educator Here To See Teacher Program [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 31 July 1958
Buddhist Educator Here To See Teacher Program A Buddhist educator from Colombo, Ceylon, will begin a three-day visit at the University today to observe the teacher training program here and exchange ideas on educational objectives and procedures. He is the Venerable Induruwe Pannatissa, director of the Buddhist Academy of Ceylon and senior chaplain to his country’s armed forces. The Venerable Pannatissa will be on campus through Saturday. During his visit, he will seek counsel of administrators and faculty members in regard to the establishment of a Buddhist university in Ceylon. Under the Venerable Pannatissa’s guidance, the Buddhist Academy has established more than 300 Buddhist primary and junior schools during the past three years. In addition to Kent, he also will visit several other universities and libraries. The Venerable Pannatissa studied at the University of Ceylon and the University of Calcutta where he received his bachelor and master of arts degrees. He has been a dele...
Summer Orchestra Here Tuesday Performance Marks End Of Summer Series [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 31 July 1958
Summer Orchestra Here Tuesday Performance Marks End Of Summer Series Waltzes by Richard Strauss and Richard Rodgers and favorite works of Gershwin, Nicolai and RimskyKorsakov will be performed on campus Tuesday by the Cleveland Summer Orchestra. Louis Lane will conduct the famed symphonic organization in the University auditorium at 8:30 p.m. "The "Pops” concert is part of the Summer Cultural Program Series and is open to the public without charge. First half of the program will include the Overture to "The Merry Wives of Windsor” by Nicolai, "Landler” from the First Symphony by Mahler, waltzes from "Der Rosekavalier” by Strauss and RimskyKorsakov’s "Spanish Caprice,” Opus 34. Following intermission, the orchestra will perform Gershwin’s "An American in Paris,” "Barcarolle” from the ballet, "Sebastian,” by Menotti and four well-known waltzes by Rodgers, "Lover,” "Falling in Love With Love,” "The Most Beautiful Girl In The World” and "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin.” Lane joined the Cle...
School Health Workshop Attracts 40 To Campus [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 31 July 1958
School Health Workshop Attracts 40 To Campus Forty teachers, nurses and school principals are attending the eleventh annual School and Community Health Education workshop on the campus. The workshop began July 21 and ends tomorrow. Considered in the program are problems, projects and resources involved in the improvement of schoolcommunity health services and instruction. Those enrolled are: Paul Amodio, Ethel Antram, Mildred Ashbridge, Angelo Bangas, John W. Biltz, Mrs. Esther Browm, Arthur Campfield, Helen Chaten, Bob T. Cicle, Ann Cochrane, Ernest G. Curcillo, Dorothy Dalrymple, Jim Drummond, Mrs. Sara Eshelman, Mrs. Dorothy M. Fletcher, Mrs. Mary F. Frame, Mrs. Glenna Hornbeck, Blanche G. Hose, Forest G. Ketcham and Jerry Drasovec. Also: Richard C. Limbert, Marjorie L. Lindberg, Frank A. Martin, Elmer R. Meyers, Mrs. Peggy Muehleisen, James R. Noland, Mrs. Norma Nulf, Mrs. Violet L. Peterson, Mrs. Margaret Riggenbach, June Sanders, Mrs. Martha Sheridan, Mrs. Mary Ruth Silvers, E...
6,490 Enroll For Both Terms [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 31 July 1958
6,490 Enroll For Both Terms Official enrollment for the second summer term is 2,540 students, making a total of 6,490 for both sessions, according to Dr. Charles E. Atkinson, registrar. Compared to last summer’s enrollment for both five-week sessions, this represents a 24 per cent increase. Atkinson said chief reasons for the increase are the recession—with students going to classes because they cannot find summer jobs—and new income tax benefits for some teachers and a wider selection of summer courses. In addition to students studying on campus, 2,560 others are enrolled for courses in four University-operat-ed centers in Cleveland, Canton, Warren and Elyria. The present term ends Aug. 22, and classes for the fall quarter begin on Sept. 25.