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CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 August 1958
CAMPUS CALENDAR AUGUST 21 REHEARSAL. All August graduates are expected to attend a rehearsal at 10 a.m. in the University auditorium. 22 Second Summer Term Classes End. 23 SUMMER COMMENCEMENT. Academic procession of trustees, faculty and graduating class begins at 9:30 a.m. Commencement exercises begin at 10. Dr. Raymond J. Seeger, deputy assistant director of the National Science foundation, Washington, D.C., will speak on “The Frontier of Science Education.” 24 CONFERENCE. National conference of Professors of Educational Administration will be held in the Union building through Aug. 30. Dr. Lawrence Derthick, U. S. commissioner of education, will keynote the meeting. SEPTEMBER 20 REGISTRATION. Saturday and evening students, 8 a.m. to noon. 22 New Student Week Begins. REGISTRATION. Upperclassmen, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 23 REGISTRATION. Upperclassmen and transfer students. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 24 REGISTRATION. Freshmen. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 25 Class Work Begins REGISTRATION. Saturday and evening ...
Rees Invites 62 To Grid Drills [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 August 1958
Rees Invites 62 To Grid Drills Football Coach Trevor Rees has invited 62 players to opening varsity football drills Sept. 1. Thirteen of the returning gridders are lettertnen. Sophomores will play a leading role in Kent’s designs on a 1958 Mid-American Conference title with 42 bidding for starting berths. Only 12 juniors and nine seniors are returning. Co-Captains Bob Button, center, and Marion Pisanelli, tackle, will be among the returning lettermen. Other experienced players returning are: Bruce Bookmyer, tackle; Ed Kilbane, center; David McGrew, tackle; Dick Mihalus, halfback; Ben Suber, fullback; Ed Terek, tackle; Martin Testa, halfback and Tony Zampino, halfback. This season marks the thirteenth year for Rees as head football coach. He has an overall record of 65 wins, 36 losses and four ties. His only losing season was 1957 when the Flashes lost seven while winning two. More than 100 freshman football candidates are expected to attend opening practice sessions Sept. 29Coach Di...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1959
KSU SUMMER NEWS Vol. 3, No. 1 Kent, Ohio Monday, June 22, 1959 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, 114 Merrill Hall, by Friday noon to be included in the issue of the following Thursday. The Summer News office phone number is 386. Letters to the editor are welcome but must be signed. The writer’s name will be withheld upon request.
Students To Hear Stars Of Metropolitan June 30 [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1959
Students To Hear Stars Of Metropolitan June 30 Heidi Krall and Brian Sullivan, Metropolitan Opera stars, will be heard in recital Tuesday, June 30, at 8:30 p.m. in the University auditorium. The concert will be the second program in the Summer Artists and Speakers Series. Concert tickets will be distributed to students with any remaining going to the general public. Soprano Heidi Krall’s jump from the original company of "Oklahoma” to the Metropolitan Opera was not an easy one. It took the Toledo-born diva nine years to reach her goal. Miss Krall was singing in small opera companies around the country in the spring of 1953, getting practical experience for the goal she had long sought—a chance to sing at the Met. A contestant in the Metropolitan Opera Auditions of the Air was taken ill, and Miss Krall was rushed into her place as a substitute. She won unanimously and was given the prized contract that provides the opportunity to sing at the Met. She made good and is now an establish...
President Extends Welcome [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1959
President Extends Welcome Following is the text of a message from Dr. George A. Bowman, University president, to the Summer school student body. I am always glad to welcome the summer school students to the campus. It is scarcely more than a week since we conferred well over 900 graduate and undergraduate degrees as the 1958-59 academic year ended. Four thousand students are expected for the first term of the summer quarter. A very high percentage of these will be graduate students, many of whom are teachers. A series of fine programs, including prominent lecturers, Metropolitan Opera and instrumental artists and the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra, is planed for all of you. You will not want to miss one of these. I sincerely hope for all of us that the summer will be pleasant and that temperatures will be conducive to study and recreation. For the first time, you will have the privileges of an ample and air-conditioned library for study and leisure time reading. George A. Bowman Presi...
Students First On Ticket List [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1959
Students First On Ticket List Tickets for the Hanson Baldwin program Thursday will be distributed all day today and tomorrow morning at a desk in the hall between the administrative offices and Wills gymnasium. Students must present their identification card, in person, to receive a ticket. Each identification card is good for only one ticket. For future programs, tickets will be available in the same location on the Friday preceding, and the Monday morning of the week in which the program will be presented. Admission to the auditorium will be by ticket only until 8:10 p.m. each evening. After 8:10 p.m. all persons will be admitted in order of arrival. No seats are reserved.
Journalist Opens Program Series Baldwin Of Times Here Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1959
Journalist Opens Program Series Baldwin Of Times Here Thursday Hanson W. Baldwin, military editor of The New York Times who will speak at KSU Thursday, June 25, at 8:30 p.m. in University Auditorium as a part of the summer Artists and Speakers series, comes from a family rich in the traditions of both the military and journalism. His outstanding abilities in both fields are combined to give his readers a thoughtful, authoritative view of the military scene, including its political, moral and economic implications. Baldwin comes from a family of Navy men and newspaper editors. He was graduated from Annapolis and then, three years later, resigned from the Navy to become a cub reporter. He joined the New York Times in 1929. Appointed the Times military editor in 1942, Baldwin covered the World War II battle areas of the South Pacific, North Africa, England and France. His articles from the Pacific won him the Pulitzer Prize in 1943. Since the war, Baldwin has covered almost every impor...
Specialists On Reading To Confer [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1959
Specialists On Reading To Confer More than 1,000 reading specialists from Ohio and adjoining states, and KSU summer students will take part in the University’s 13th annual reading conference June 30 through July 2. Emphasis this year will be on enriching and enlivening reading programs in the elementary schools, according to Mrs. Evelyn Davidson, associate professor of education and program chairman. Faculty for the three-day conference will include Kent State University personnel and visiting speakers from New York, Maryland, and Illinois. Opening day discussion subjects will include fundamentals in children’s reading, excellence in language arts, and current literature for children. On July 1 subject matter will center around reading programs for the mentally handicapped, and problems of an author of children’s books. Poetry will be discussed on July 2. Guest speakers for the conference include; Dr. Alvina Treut Burrows, professor of education at New York University; Dr. Leland Ja...
Rev. Short Resigns To Take New Post [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1959
Rev. Short Resigns To Take New Post The Rev. R. Dean Short, minister and director of United Christian Fellowship at Kent State University, has resigned to accept another post in Philadelphia, Pa. His resignation is effective July 1. Rev. Short will become the community relations secretary in the field of housing for the race relations committee of the Philadelphia meeting of the Society of Friends. As director of the U.C.F., Rev. Short served as spiritual advisor to an interdenominational group composed of Baptist, Congregational, Disciples of Christ, Episcopal, Evangelical and Reformed, Evangelical United Brethren, Presbyterian and Universalis! students.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1959
Howard Beale, Australian ambassador to the United States, is awarded an honorary doctor of laws degree at Kent State University’s 46th annual spring commencement in Memorial Gymnasium. Beale delivered an address to the 922 students who received degrees and the more than 5,000 guests who jammed the Gymnasium. Ambassador receives • . . honorary degree . . . at commencement . . .
Summer Students Offered Expanded Food Services [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1959
Summer Students Offered Expanded Food Services University food service department announces two new programs for the convenience of summer school students. As in the past, Terrace Dining Hall will be open on a board card (meal ticket) basis for all students living in the dormitories and off campus. The board card will cost $57 for the five week session and will include all meals except Sunday. One of the new services is the serving of Sunday breakfast and Sunday dinner. The regular breakfast and Sunday dinner will be available at a cost of 50 cents plus tax for breakfast and $1.50 plus tax for Sunday dinner. A special invitation is made to all University personnel. The second new service is the opportunity for University students to buy a board card for the second five week summer session. The same policy as for the first term will be in effect. Meal tickets for each of the sessions will be available during registration in the business office or in the Food Service Office at the rea...
Nygreen, Aides At Harvard U. [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1959
Nygreen, Aides At Harvard U. Dean of Students Glen T. Nygreen, and Assistant Deans of Men Benjamin G. McGinnis and Roland D. Patzer, will attend the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Thursday through Tuesday at Harvard University. The meeting at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration will include 250 personnel deans from various sections of the U.S. One of the featured speakers will be Allan W. Dulles, director of the Central Intelligence Agency.
Dean Studies Honors Work [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1959
Dean Studies Honors Work Dr. Eric N. Rackham, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, attended a conference at the University of Michigan, last week which dealt with superior college students and honors programs. He was one of five representatives of state universities in Ohio at the Eastern Invitational Conference of the Inter-University Committee on the Superior Student. Among the topics discussed were problems of honors programs, honors programs in the undergraduate professional schools and evaluating honors work. The three-day conference was held under a grant from the Carnegie Foundation.
Geological Tour July I To Open Summer Series [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1959
Geological Tour July I To Open Summer Series A geological tour through the Cuyahoga Gorge park July 1 will be the first of a series of a series of seven summer tours conducted by members of the University faculty and staff. The first tour will be under the direction of Dr. Robert F. Sitler, assistant professor of geology. Features which will be observed on the tour are rocks that are approximately three hundred million years old, mass-wasting, plant and animal remains, inclined bedding, and concretions. The Cuyahoga Gorge tour will limited to 75 persons. Reservations for this and other tours should be made in the office of the director of student activities as early as possible, since each tour can accommodate only a limited number of persons. Other tours will be as follows: July 7 —Tuesday Architectural tour of Pittsburgh July 10—Friday—The manufacturing of steel products in the Republic Steel plant in Cleveland July 15 —Wednesday Cleveland Museum of Art July 16—Thursday—Manufactur...
Board Accepts Resignations [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1959
Board Accepts Resignations Resignations of KSU faculty members, accepted by the board of trustees, include the following: Rachel D. Davies, special education; Richard E. Forzano, health and physical education; Bert Phillips, music; Mae S. Kramer, education; Margaret M. Irwin, English; Eugene S. Drozdowski, history. Also, Alice M. Dugas, library science; Douglas W. Reynolds, art; Joseph Suhadolc, foreign languages; Albert E. Misenko, history; Norman J. Harris, psychology; Sharad J. Malelu, sociology; Ernest J. Pope, marketing; and Marilyn L. Boich, mathematics.
Here's Krall, Sullivan Program [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1959
Here 's Krall, Sullivan Program TUESDAY, JUNE 30 8:15 P.M., University Auditorium Heidi Krall, soprano; Brian Sullivan, tenor; Richard Tetley-Kardos, piano I. Verdi—Brindisi, from “La Traviata" (Act I) Krall-Sullivan 11. Mozart —Tamino’s aria, from “The Magic Flute” Lalo —Aubade, from “Le roi d’Ys” Grieg—A Dream Bridge—Love went a-riding Brian Sullivan 111. Brahms —Minnelied Brahms —Rote Abendvolken ziehen Marx—Marienlied Debussy—Air de Lia, from “L’Enfant Prodigue” Heidi Krall IV. Puccini —Scene from “La Boheme” (Act I) Aria; Che gelida manina—Brian Sullivan Aria: Mi chiamano Mimi—Heidi Krall Duet: O soave fanciulla Intermission V. Saint-Saens —Guitares et Mandolines John Duke —Rapunzel Tennessee Mountain Song—He’s Gone Away Puccini—Musetta’s Waltz, from “La Boheme” Heidi Krall VI. Sandoval —Eres tu Grever —Te Quiero Quilter —Now Sleeps the Crimson Fetal Verdi —Aria: Celeste Aida, from “Aida” Aria: Radiant Aida, from “Aida” Brian Sullivan VII. Romberg—Duet: Will You Rember, from "M...
Geography Prof Contributes To Encyclopedia For Children [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1959
Geography Prof Contributes To Encyclopedia For Children The new "Golden Book Encyclopdeia” for grade-school children contains contributions by Dr. Edna E. Eisen, KSU professor of geography. In production 10 years, the encyclopedia is being published by Simon and Schuster, Inc, Uniquely, an economy edition of the series is being distributed through food markets across the country while a more elaborate run is being placed in book stores. Using simpler language, larger type, and more pictures than an adult encyclopedia, the 16-volume&lt; series has appeal for the pre-school child and gives junior and senior high-school students a clear entry into the heart of a subject. This encyclopedia business is nothing new for Dr. Eisen. She has served for 15 years as contributor to "Compton’s Picture Encyclopedia” and to the "World Book Encyclopedia.” In addition, she is a consultant for the Cram Map Co. A holder of three degrees from the University of Chicago, Dr. Eisen was the ninth wo...