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Closs Testifies On Springer Add [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
Closs Testifies On Springer Add Carl Closs Jr., secretary to the University Veteran’s club, was in Washington at the close of spring quarter to testify before a House of Representatives committee on the Springer amendment to the Korean GI Bill of Rights. Mr. Closs was one of three college students selected by the American Association of Colleges to appear on behalf of the amendment. His expenses were paid by the association. The amendment would allow education institutions funds as tuition from veterans enrolled in the various programs.
UC Interest To Employer [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
UC Interest To Employer Ernest Cornell, administrator of the Ohio bureau of unemployment compensation, said today that the Ohio law provides that interest earned by the Ohio fund be allocated to each participating employer’s credit balance as of each July 1. The uniform interest factor provided by regulations, which will be used this year is 2.3 per cent, he announced. This uniform rate of 2,3 per cent will be applied to the July 1, 1933, credit balance as shown on the 1954 rate determination notice of each employer. Subject employer desiring to make a voluntary contribution to the UC fund for the purpose of reducing their 1955 rates will have until September 29, 1954, to do so, and should consider this interest credit in their calculations. Employers wishing further information on voluntary contributions or the interest factor as it pertains to their experience rate, should call or correspond with the Contribution Department of the Bureau of Unemployment Compensation, 427 Cleveland...
Secretaries To Hold Workshop [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
Secretaries To Hold Workshop A workshop for secretaries will be held at Kent State University, July 10, sponsored by area chapters of the National Secretaries Association and the department of school secretaries of the Ohio Association of Public School Employees in cooperation with the University. There will be a morning and an afternoon session. Prof. Louise H. Wheeler will preside in the morning and Prof. Elizabeth M. Lewis in the afternoon. Both are of the University faculty. One of the highlights of the workshop will be an address by Mrs. Lilyan Miller, president of the National Secretaries Association who will speak on “The Certified Professional Secretary.” Mrs. Miller is with the Actual Business College in Akron. It is anticipated that 200 persons will sign up for the workshop.
Repertory Was Created By First Piano Quartet [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
Repertory Was Created By First Piano Quartet by John Weenink When the idea of pooling the talents of four artists to form a quartet of pianos was first introduced a few years ago by Mr. Edwin Fadiman of the National Broadcasting Company, musicians were either skeptical or amused. No one believed that it could possibly work. Why, there was only one work for four pianos in the entire repertory, a concerto by Bach that had been transcribed from a work by Vivaldi for four violins. But Mr. Fadiman and the four * artists he called on to help work out the idea, Adam Garner, Glauco D’Attili, Frank Mittler and Edward Edson, were firmly convinced of the idea, and so it was that the FIRST PIANO QUARTET came into existence. Their new and refreshing techniques have contributed much to the world of music. As one of the critics arrangement. After playing and discussing them, the best parts of the four are combined. AH the members of the Quartet are musical child prodigies that have made good. Adam...
People Of India Like American Fiction [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
People Of India Like American Fiction The people of India show a decided preference for fiction and biography in selecting American books provided by the U. S. Information agency. A recent analysis of reader interest revealed that “The Good Earth” by Pearl Buck headed, by a considerable margin, the list of the 20 most popular books in the Agency’s miniature libraries. Second was “50 Short Stories”; “Abraham Lincoln” and “The Scarlet Letter” followed. Most popular of the anti-communist books and in seventh place on the list was “The God That Failed” by Richard Crossman. The miniature library program is one method through which the U. S. Information agency is countering communist efforts in the circulation of low cost books. Each miniature library consists of 101 paper-covered books packed in a cardboard box which, when opened, stands like a bookcase. Books are specially selected to present a well-rounded picture of life in the United States, and to portray the dangers of communism. M...
Romulo Says U. S. Is Leader [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
Romulo Says U. S. Is Leader Millions of peoples of the Asiatic race are looking for the dynamic leadership that only the United States can give. Philippine Gen. Carlos P. Romulo, former president of the United Nations General Assembly, made that point Tuesday night when he addressed a large audience in the University auditorium. “The U. S. must exercise its moral leadership and make the other nations do the same as we did in giving freedom to peoples who wish it,” he said. Gen. Romulo said that this nation encouraged Soviet expansion by immediate demobilization after World War 11. He suggested that the Asian peoples could become part of the Western alliance if an Asian equivalent of an Atlantic charter were formed.
Planning, Lingo Needed By U. S. [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
Planning, Lingo Needed By U. S. The United States Civil Service commission has announced examinations for City Planner, paying $4,205 to $lO,BOO a year, and Foreign Language Information Specialist, paying $4,205 to $7,040 a year, for positions in Washington, D. C., and nearby area. To qualify for City Planner, applicants must have had appropriate college education, or experience in city or regional planning. For Foreign Language Information Specialist, applicants must have had responsible professional foreign language experience in writing, editing or radio production which has shown a sound knowledge of current international affairs. Further information and application forms may be secured at many post offices throughout the country, or from the U.S. Civil Service commission, Washington 25, D. C. Applications for City Planner positions must be filed with the U.S. Civil Service commission’s office in Washington, and for Foreign Language Information Specialist positions, the Board of...
Clinic To Aid High Students [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
Clinic To Aid High Students Twenty-nine high school students are currently enrolled in the High School Speech Institute, the annual speech training period given under the sponsorship of the School of Speech. The sessions began June 28, and will run through July 23. The group is chosen each year from applications sent in by the students and from recommendations given by the various high school principals. Acceptance is based on good character and on outstanding speech work done in the school. The period of study is devoted to four weeks of intensive training in fundamentals of speech, theatre and various aspects of speech, including drama, radio and forensics. The students known as “Cherubs” are taught by the regular members of the speech faculty augmented by special instructors appointed for the duration of the Institute. In addition to the regular class work the students participate in extra-curricular activities such as one-act plays, debates and radio programs. Prof. James N. Hol...
ArmyCommissionsDue7 When Camp Ends [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
ArmyCommissionsDue7 When Camp Ends Seven of the thirty-eight Kent State ROTC students attending summer camp at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, will receive shiny new second lieutenant’s bars at the end of their training. Covering the period June 19 through July 31, the camp provides training in all branches of the arms and services of the army. Students to be commissioned are:* 1 Arthur K. Groppe, Akron; Edward A. Flick, Canton: James E. Caldwell, INorth Lawrence; Raymond D. Elish, Kent; Carl Sammt, Cleveland; John R. Saxer, Lakewood and Charles A. Slaton, Akron. Other Kent State students attending the six-weeks course include: Malcom G. Anderson, Hudson; Jack M. Berrey, Cleveland Heights; John Billey, Chesterland; Robert C. Bittinger, Cuyahoga Falls; Gerald P, Brown, Carroll; Robert W. Caster, Canton; Phillip C. Casto, Richland; Jack A. Davisson, Lakemore. Donald J. Durr, Kent; Morton J. Emerman, Akron; Gerald R. Gardner, Akron; John J. Gartman, Painesville; Donald F. Glenn, East Liverpoo...
Tennis, Golf, On Intramural Sport Summer Schedule [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
Tennis , Golf, On Intramural Sport Summer Schedule All students, graduate or undergraduate, who are interested in participating in intramural golf or tennis this summer should contact Don McCafferty in the athletic office by Tuesday, July 6, 1954. The golf qualifying round of 18 holes should be played at Meadowview Golf Course during the third week of school, July 6 to July 10, Score cards should be turned in to the athletic office. During the fourth and fifth weeks the four golfers with the lowest score will play off for the championship. The tennis program will include singles, doubles, and mixed doubles. Schedules will be flexible so that matches may be played over a two or three day period. Type of play, elimination or round robin, will depend on the number of entries. Students interested are urged to sign up as soon as possible so schedules may be arranged.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
, . . photo by Earl Swaney In about ten seconds there’s gonna’ be a rhubarb here of the feminine variety. She’s sure she is safe but the intramural ump will have the last WO rd. This scene may be repeated on campus soon again when the intramural sports program gets on its way. Softball games will start Wednesday, July 7. Further information may be obtained in the athletic office in the MPE buildmg.
Kent AFROTC Cadets Train In Three Mid-Western States [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
Kent AFROTC Cadets Train In Three Mid-Western States Thirty-six Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets from Kent State university have departed for a four-week summer camp which is part of their AFROTC course. Three cadets have gone to Lockbourne Air Force Base, Columbus, Ohio. They are: Robert M. Malz, Carl A. Nandrasy and Leonard J. Ratzman. Nine cadets will receive their training at Chanute Air Force Base, Rantoul, Illinois. They are Andrew Klembarsky, Fred L. Lowery, John F. Clarke, Robert A. Fricke, Norman J. Schiely, Robert W. Schultz, Norbert A. Smiechewicz, Sherwin L. Snyder and Joseph Cisar. Twenty-four cadets are at S elf ridge Air Force Base, Mt. Clemens, Michigan. They are Walton L. Busick, Michael Gawronski, Orville H. Jackson, Richard T. Johnson, Lawrence E. Knox, Jack W. Kovach, Robert E. Patterson, Carl C. Scott, Clair S. Stillwell, Larry L, Taylor, Daniel R. Weber, Joseph A. Barbee, Harris F. Brown, Jr,, Michael P. Craig, Richard B. Cutshall, Gerald T. Edi...
Vet Sign-Up Deadline Set July 8 [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
Vet Sign-Up Deadline Set July 8 If you’re included in the vets’ enrollment of 481 men this term, here’s some information. Men who are in school under Public Law 550 (Korean) and who are not new students must sign up for their checks at the VA office on campus either today or before July 8, according to Benjamin G. McGinnis, coordinator of veterans affairs. Vets enrolling in school for the first time this summer will first sign for their subsistence money in the sign-up period during the first few days in August. The “old” students will receive a check in July which will cover just the period of time in June while they were attending school in the Spring Quarter. Here at Kent that means June 1 through June 12. Allowance money for these last two weeks in June during which time the vet was attending summer school, will be added to the check for the whole month of July. He will : receive that check sometime around August 20. World War II vets do not sign monthly for their subsistence ch...
Need Softball Players, Umps [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
Need Softball Players, Umps Ball players and umpires are needed to carry out the summer softball program of intramural athletics according to Don McCafferty, director. All students are eligible to participate, both graduates and undergraduates. Managers may secure entry blanks from the secretary in the athletic office. Completed entries must be turned in by Tuesday, July 6, 1954. Planned starting times are 4:00, 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. depending on the number of entries. Managers should indicate on their entry blank at what time they prefer their team to play. All games are to be played on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Playoffs of the top teams in each league will be scheduled if necessary. Further information may be obtained in the athletic office in the MPE building.
Kappa Delta Pi Has Summer Schedule [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
Kappa Delta Pi Has Summer Schedule Delta Beta chapter of Kappa Delta Pi has completed a tentative program schedule for the 1954 summei terms, according to Dr. Gerald Head, counselor. New members will be elected and the organization of the summer term program will be completed at a meeting Tuesday, July 6 at 7 pjn. in 304 and 305 Union. After the meeting the group will attend the First Piano Quartet performance. Former members who have returned for the summer, as well as present members, are urged to support the summer program. Members of chapters from other campuses who are attending classes here are also welcome. New members will be pledged at a meeting Wednesday, July 14, at Fred Fuller park after a picnic supper. The exact time of the meeting will be announced in the Stater. Those lacking transportation may meet behind Kent ball where cars will be provided. Initiation of members will be held Tuesday, July 20, at 5 p.m, in 204 and 205 Union. Ap honorary member, Dr. H. Gordon Hulfi...
Freezer Check List [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
Freezer Check List By Dr. Earl McCracken, Physicist 1* Is the freezer made by a reliable company—one that is likely to stay in business, so you can get repair parts and dealer service ? 2. Is there a guarantee to repair or replace defective material or workmanship for one year—in the mechanism for five years? S. Is the outer freezer surface treated to resist erosion if it gets chipped ? 4. Does the freezer have an alarm bell to ring when temperature rises too high? Some freezers have a warning light instead of an alarm bell. 5. Will it freeze recommended maximum load in 24 hours? (Limit loads of food to be frozen to 1/15 to 1/10 of the freezer capacity—about 3© pounds of food at a time in a 12-cubic-foot-size.) 6. Does the compressor run no more than 50 per cent of the time | when no freezing is being done, and room temperature is around 90 degrees ? That’s the freezer that gives : best all-around performance. 7. Is compressor hermetically sealed? If so, dirt can’t get in, and compr...
Interns At Work [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
Interns At Work Five radio-speech majors are doing internships in Northeastern Ohio radio stations during the current quarter and six completed their internships during the winter and spring quarters of the regular academic year. Seven other radio-speech students are working either full or part-time during the summer getting on-the-job training with credit. The five who are serving the required credit earning internships are: Fred Dense, Painesville, WICA-TV in Ashtabula; Shirley Hill, Salem, at NBC in Cleveland; Herbert Ryan, Norwalk, on WLBC, Sandusky; Barbara Curtis, Kent, NBC, Cleveland; and Donald Peeler, Fostoria, WFOB, Fostoria. The students who completed their training requirement during the Winter and Spring quarters were: Joanne George, Massillon, WHBC, Canton; James Glynn, Kent, WAKR, Akron; Bernard Russi, Zanesville, WTNS, Coshocton; Wilson Turner, Akron, WCUE, Akron; Richard Bartfay, Cleveland, WERE, Cleveland, and Frank Ressler, Berlin Center, WJER, Dover. Those workin...
MOVIES [Newspaper Article] — The Kent Stater Summer Bulletin — 2 July 1954
MOVIES Continuing the presentation of movies on campus during both summer sessions, the Library and the Audio-Visual center have announced the next film for this summer. “Sitting Pretty” will be shown on Tuesday, August 17. It stars Clifton Webb, Robert Young, and Maureen O’Hara. The movie will be shown in 104 Arts building at 2:30 and 8:30 p.m. Free tickets to the program will be available at the Reserve desk in the University Library, beginning the day before it is to be given.