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Hall To Attend Audio-Visual Clinic At Iowa [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 7 August 1958
Hall To Attend Audio-Visual Clinic At Iowa Dr. Ralph Hall, director of the Audio-Visual center, will attend the fourth annual Audio-Visual Leadership conference Aug. 23-27 at the State University of lowa. The conference is sponsored by the University and the Department of Audio-Visual Instruction of the National Education association. Site of the conference is the Lakeside laboratory on West Okoboji lake near Milford. More than 50 educators representing 18 states and the district of Columbia and two foreign countries will attend the sessions. Major attention at the conference will be focused on the education of prospective teachers in principles and applications of audio-visual materials.
Perrone Wins 2 For Stopher [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 7 August 1958
Perrone Wins 2 For Stopher Bob Perrone pitched Stopher Hall to two victories this week in Intramural softball competition. Stopher beat Sigma Alpha Epsilon 8 to 4 in one game and came back to edge the Collegiates 3 to 2. In the SAE game John Martin had a homerun. In another game, the Greek All Stars whipped the Collegiates 6 to 5. Rain halted action one day, but a full schedule is planned next week, Monday through Thursday. Each team plays twice a week. Games start at 3:30. Don McCafferty, director of competition for the second session, said qualifying scores in golf are still being taken in the Athletic office. Golfers turning in the low four scores will play a tourney next week. All fees for the tournament will be paid by the athletic department.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 14 August 1958
KSU SUMMER NEWS Vol. 4, No. 9 Kent, Ohio Thursday, August 14, 1958 KSU SUMMER NEWS The KSU Summer News is published iveekly as a substitute for the Daily Kent Stater. Regular publication day will be I hursday. 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 Neivs off ce phone number is 272. Fetters to the editor are welcome but must be signed. The writer’s name will he withheld upon request.
Trustees Approve Residence Hall Bids; Hear Music, Speech Center Progress [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 14 August 1958
Trustees Approve Residence Hall Bids; Hear Music, Speech Center Progress Bids totaling $1,718,682 for the construction of two residence halls have been approved by the board of trustees and President George A. Bowman expressed hope that work on the structures will start this week. The Freeman Construction company of Wooster was awarded the general construction contract on a low bid of $1,414,000. The state’s estimated cost was 1,539,903. The Karl Moster Plumbing and Heating Supply company of Kent was awarded the contract for the heating and ventilating for two buildings and the plumbing for one hall with a low bid of $215,308. The plumbing bid for the other structure was above the estimate and will be readvertised. Rusland and Son, Inc., of Buffalo, New York, was given the contract for kitchen equipment on a low bid of $141,532, against an estimate of $178,974. Electrical and elevator projects are being readvertised because intital bids exceeded the state’s estimated costs. These bi...
Dr. Beitler To Head Center At Ashtabula [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 14 August 1958
Dr. Beitler To Head Center At Ashtabula Addition of 18 University faculty members has been authorized by the board of trustees. The appointments are effective next month. Among those appointed was Dr. Roger T. Beitler as director of the Ashtabula extension center which will open in September with a fulltime freshman curriculum. Officials are expecting 125 day students and 125 evening students for courses in arts and sciences, business administration and education. The center is located at the former Park Avenue Junior High School in Ashtabula. Dr. Beitler will be both an assistant professor of education and director of the Ashtabula extension center. He has been a graduate assistant at Indiana university and taught in the Mishawaka, Indiana schools. His bachelor’s and master’s degrees are from Ball State Teachers and his doctor of education degree is from Indiana university. Mrs. Alberta Thompson will be an assistant professor of home economics. She has taught in Cuyahoga Falls sinc...
Read To Leave On USSR Tour [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 14 August 1958
Read To Leave On USSR Tour Dr. Gerald Read, professor of education, will leave New York Aug. 17, for a month-long tour of Russia. Read is one of 79 educators from the United States, England and Puerto Rico who will make the trip sponsored by the Comparative Study society. The visitors will tour Moscow, Kiev, Leningrad, and Tashkent. In Moscow, the group will attend an all-day round table with the Soviet minister of education, the minister of culture of USSR, minister of higher education of USSR, the president of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences and other leader in Soviet education. They also will visit churches in the city, the Kremlin, Mausoleum, Hermitage Park, Metro, the Lenin library, Ushinsky library, Museum of the Revolution and Lenin Museum. In addition the group will visit schools and institutions of higher education in the Country and meet with faculty and leading Soviet educators. They will leave for the United States on Sept. 19. Dr. Gerald Read ★ ★ ★
Certifications Due From Vets [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 14 August 1958
Certifications Due From Vets Veterans attending school on the Korean G. I. Bill should sign their monthly certifications in the Veterans office, according to Benjamin G. McGinnis, coordinator of veterans affairs. The forms will be available today through the end of the session. For veterans attending both summer sessions, the certifications will cover the period Aug. 1 to Aug. 23. For those attending just the second session, the certifications cover the period July 21 to Aug. 23.
Dr. Derthick And Dr. Seeger Get Degrees [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 14 August 1958
Dr. Derthick And Dr. Seeger Get Degrees Honorary degrees will be awarded Dr. Lawrence G. Derthick, U. S. Commissioner of Education, and Dr. Raymond J. Seeger, nationally-known scientist, at summer commencement Saturday, Aug. 23. The board of trustees approved the awarding of the degrees upon the recommendation of the faculty. Dr. Derthick will receive the doctor of laws degree, while Dr. Seeger will be given the doctor of science degree at the 43th annual summer exercises in Memorial gymnasium. Commencement starts at 10 a.m. with 516 scheduled to receive degrees. Dr. Derthick will be the keynote speaker at the National Conference of Professors of Educational Administration, which begins a week-long session on campus Aug. 24. He has been U. S. commissioner of education since 1956. Following World War II he directed educational activities for the American military government in Bavaria. He has contributed to numerous educational and other publications and is a former president of the ...
Board Reelects Williams, Lake [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 14 August 1958
Board Reelects Williams, Lake Dr. John R. Williams of Madison has been reelected president of the University board of trustees and Dr. Charles H. Lake of Cleveland reelected vice president. The board also designated Frederick H. Bauer, University controller, as both controller and treasurer. Dr. Otto J. Korb, board member from East Cleveland, had been treasurer. Alice Makinson, secretary to the president, was named secretary of the board of trustees, succeeding Robert C. Dix. During the last General Assembly, the statutory requirement that the secretary and treasurer should be board members was removed. The next board meeting will be held Sept. 24 at 10:30 a.m. in the President’s office.
$1,431,000 Library Addition Completed; Opening Scheduled For September 22 [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 14 August 1958
$1,431,000 Library Addition Completed; Opening Scheduled For September 22 A king-size moving project is now taking place on campus. The operation involves the complete reshuffling of 160,000 bound volumes, thousands of loose periodicals and relocation of all services of the University library. The move was brought about with the completion of the air conditioned $1,431,000 addition to the library. A great deal of the work already is completed, but the job will not be finished until the fourth week of September. Official opening of the enlarged library is scheduled for Sept. 22. The previous night, faculty members will be given a preview by Librarian John B. Nicholson, Jr., and his staff. A formal open house to celebrate the new chapter in the library’s history will be held Oct. 4. Returning students and faculty members will find more than just a new addition and furnishings. The operational policy of the library also has been completely revamped. Under the new policy, the library wi...
Construction Job Becomes Classroom As Architects Build Carport and Porch [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 14 August 1958
Construction Job Becomes Classroom As Architects Build Carport and Porch Sixteen student architects at the University this summer were given the job of building a structure which they designed. Today, work is nearing completion on the project—a screened porch and carport at the horhe of Miss Thelma Hyland, professor of art. Miss Hyland offered her Horning road home to Joseph Morbito, head of the architecture department, for the class project in architectural design. Prof. Morbito outlined Miss Hyland’s ideas to the class and each member was required to submit drawings of designs for the carport and porch. The preliminary drawings were then submitted to Miss Hyland to choose the winning design. She picked the design of Ted Curtis of Akron, with a few innovations by Pete Chismar of Kent. Following the selection of the design, Curtis was named head student architect for the project. The class prepared working drawings and a scale model and then set about to make their ideas become a re...
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 14 August 1958
CAMPUS CALENDAR AUGUST 14 Veterans may begin signing monthly certifications in veterans office. Last day for signing is Aug. 22. 16 CONFERENCE. Northeast Region of the Ohio School Boards Association Briefing and Training session on the State House Conference on Education. Featured speaker will be Raymond Kinimey, chairman of the State House Conference on Education. Session will be held in the Union building. 16 Last Day of “Fifty Years at the Corcoran” exhibit in Van Deusen Gallery. 21 REHEARSAL. All students planning to graduate in August are expected to attend a rehearsal at 10 a.m. in the University auditorium.
Flashes Open 1958 Season With Xavier U. [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 14 August 1958
Flashes Open 1958 Season With Xavier U. Kent State will launch its 1958 football season Sept. 20, meeting Xavier in the first game of a ninegame schedule. Conference play and the home season opens for the Golden Flashes with an Oct. 4 game with Ohio university. Other Mid-American conference rivals scheduled are: Miami, Marshall, Bowling Green, Toledo and Western Michigan. Non-conference games will pit the Flashes against Baldwin Wallace and Louisville, last year's Sun Bowl champs. The schedule: Sept. 20, Xavier, away; Sept. 27, Baldwin Wallace, away; Oct. 4, Ohio university; Oct. 11, Miami, away; Oct. 18, Marshall; Oct. 25, Bowling Green, away; Nov. 1, Toledo; Nov. 8, Louisville, away; and Nov. 15, Western Michigan. The Nov. 1 game with Toledo is Flomecoming.
Stopher Wins, Gets One Hit [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 14 August 1958
Stopher Wins, Gets One Hit Stopher Hall whipped the Greek All Stars 6 to 2 last week to keep ahead of the field in intramural softball competition. The Stopher nine obtained only one hit off All Star pitching but capitalized on wildness. Bob Perrone won his third game of the session for Stopher. In other play Sigma Alpha Epsilon beat the Collegiates 13 to 8. John Martin hit a home run for SAE. The Greek All Stars bounced back from the defeat by Stopher to edge the Collegiates 4 to 3 and Stopher Hall won by forfeit over Sigma Alpha Epsilon. In golf, Warren Binder, Bob Boylan, Bob Parilla, and Jerry Petrofes are playing a tournament this week at Meadowview course. The four qualified for the tourney by virtue of low qualifying rounds.