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CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 9 July 1959
CAMPUS CALENDAR JULY 10 Last day to register cars with University Police departments. 11 Graduate Qualifying Examinations. 1:30 p.m. This examination is a requirement for all full-time graduate students who have completed one quarter of graduate study and all part-time graduate students who have completed six hours of graduate courses in their majod. For additional information, see Department Head or Graduate School Office. 12 BAND CONCERT. 3:00 p.m. High School Music Camp students will present program. Front campus. 13 EXHIBITION. Industrial Arts Department Handcrafts. University Library Gallery, (through July 24). 14 ALL-UNIVERSITY SUMMER PICNIC. 5:00 p.m. Engleman Picnic Grounds (east of Johnson Hall). Tickets are $1.20 per person and $.60 cents for children 12 years of age and under. Tickets obtained at Student Activities Office, 112 Kent Hall. FILM CLASSIC. 2:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. “Seven Cities of Gold.” University School Auditorium. 15 SUMMER TOUR.* Cleveland Museum of Art. To...
Deadline Set For Tourney [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 9 July 1959
Deadline Set For Tourney Wednesday, July 15, is the deadline for entries in the junior boys, junior girls, women’s open and veteran’s doubles classifications in the second annual Seaway Tennis Tournament. Competition in these divisions will be held July 18 and 19 on Engleman courts. Entries should be sent to Karl Chestnut, University tennis coach and tournament director. Entry fees are 75 cents for juniors; $1.50 for open; and $2.00 for doubles. In addition, each contestant is required to furnish one can of new balls. Deadline for entries in men’s singles and men’s doubles events is July 22. These events will be held July 25 and 26. Events will begin at 10 a.m. each day with trophies to be awarded to the winner and runner-up in each division. Play is open to all northeastern Ohio players. Workmen are busily engaged in tightening the nets on the tennis courts and preparing them for the second annual Seaway Tennis Tournament which will be played on the Engleman courts July 18 and 19, ...
2nd Film Classic Shown Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 9 July 1959
2nd Film Classic Shown Tuesday Scheduled next Tuesday as the second in the series of summer Film Classics is the movie, "Seven Cities of Gold.” Showings will be at 2:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. in the University School auditorium. "Seven Cities of Gold” is billed as a stirring saga of the conquistadores and their exploration of our westernmost shores in search of vast treasure and hidden wealth. Richard Egan, Anthony Quinn, and Michael Rennie are featured in the movie. There is no admission charge.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 July 1959
KSU SUMMER NEWS Vol. 3, No. 4 Kent, Ohio Thursday, July 16, 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 he signed. The writer’s name will be withheld upon request.
Bloodmobile Needs Donors [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 July 1959
Bloodmobile Needs Donors The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at DePeyster school in Kent today from 1 to 7 p.m. Students who desire to give blood may make a donation anytime between these hours without an appointment. Goal for the visit is 200 pints of blood. The visit is sponsored by the University, Kiwanis, Rotary, Lions and Sorosis clubs, the JayCees and JayCee Janes, Newcomers and Elks Lodge.
Music Camp Students Present Concert Friday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 July 1959
Music Camp Students Present Concert Friday A second free public concert wilb be offered tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the east lounge of Lowry Hall by the high school students enrolled in the Kent Music Camp. The program will include both a band concert and vocal numbers by the chorus made up of band members. Prof. Edward L. Masters, director of bands at KSU and head of the music camp, will direct the band. The chorus will be under the direction of Merle Andregg, choir director at Kent Methodist Church. The concert will include the following: "Prelude to the Merstersingers of Nuremburg by Wagner; "Ballad for Band” by Gould; march —"The Vanished Army” by Alfred; "Summer Day Suite” by Prokoffieff; "Tocatta Marziale” by Vaughan-Wil-liams, and "The Liberty Bell” march by Sousa. High school students in the music camp have been on campus since July 6, and their study will be climaxed with the concert. All students attending the camp are from northeastern Ohio and were invited to enroll as a resul...
Vidal’s 'Planet' Opens Monday On UT Stage [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 July 1959
Vidal’s 'Planet' Opens Monday On UT Stage University Theatre students, un-' der the direction of Prof. Earle E. Curtis, are rehearsing nightly to polish their production of "Visit to a Small Planet,’’ which will be presented in the University auditorium July 20 and 21 at 8:30 p.m. Tickets of admission for the play will be available all day tomorrow and Monday morning at a desk in the corridor between administrative offices and the entrance to Wills gymnasium. After Monday noon tickets will be available to students and the public in the Extension office in the Administration building. "Visit to a Small Planet’’ had a very successful Broadway run in 1957 in the Booth theatre with Cyril Ritchard in the leading role of Kreton. The play is being done much in summer stock, probably because of its brevity, and because of the cur- Tent interest in flying saucers, Professor Curtis points out. The cast of the Vidal production brings to it a variety of experience in University theatre plays. R...
Economics Set For Discussion [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 July 1959
Economics Set For Discussion A total of 150 high school social science teachers are expected to attend an institute on the American economic system to be held on campus Tuesday. The one-day institute will be held in the Union building and is being directed by the American Economic Foundation. Dr. Roscoe L. West, president emeritus of Trenton (N. J.) State College and chairman of the teacher education committee of the foundation, will be the main speaker. Other speakers will be Louis G. Milione, field director of the foundation, and Dr. Hersel Hudson, head of the KSU economics department. Roy O. Hinch, acting director of the audio-visual center on campus, is chairman of the institute. Dr. Joseph Schwitter, assistant pro- fessor of industrial administration and production at KSU, and Dr. Roger M. Shaw and Dr. Harris L. Dante, professors of education, will serve on a question and discussion period panel. Dr. Roy Wenger, director of the bureau of educational research and service at KSU,...
Cherubs Present Comedy Friday In Studio Theater [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 July 1959
Cherubs Present Comedy Friday In Studio Theater "A Midsummer Nights Dream’ will be relived tomorrow when the 1939 Speech Cherubs present William Shakespeare’s noted comedy. The production will begin at 7:30 in the Kent Hall Studio theater. The play is concerned with the matching of the couples Hermia and Lysander, Helena and Demetrius and Theseus and Hippolyta. While preparing for the wedding feast of Theseus and Hippolyta, a commotion has arisen in the forest among the fairies because of the differences between Oberon and Titania. Although many disagreements arise between the lovers the wedding feast takes place with three couples in place of the expected one. An added attraction of the wedding is the presentation of the comic tragedy of Pyramus and Thesbe per- &gt;formed by the rustics. The couples then retire for the night. The cast includes: Oberon, Bob Koontz; Theseus, Jim Unger; Lysander, John Cordell; Demetrius, Carl Rogers; Egeus, Walt Sharpe; Quince, Ronald DiMarzio...
Warren Lists Four Courses [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 July 1959
Warren Lists Four Courses Registration for the University’s summer term classes in Warren will be held Wednesday, July 22, at 8 p.m. in Harding high school. Classes will begin Monday, July 27, and will run for five weeks, through August 28. Course work may be taken either on a credit or non-credit basis. Registration fees are $31.50 for a three quarter hour course and $52.30 for a five quarter hour course. Costs of textbooks and supplies are in addition to registration fees. One class to be offered in Warren will be a basic course in art and will be taught by Prof. Elmer L. Novotny, head of the school of art at Kent and a well-known portrait painter. Also, a general biology course will be given and Adam B. Cibula will be instructor. Principles of sociology will be taught by Prof. Sharad J. Malelu. The fourth course will be music fundamentals and the lecturer will be Dr. Richard Warner, head of the school of music at Kent who recently returned from a tour of European music centers.
Choir Schedules Works Of Haydn, Purcell, Handel [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 July 1959
Choir Schedules Works Of Haydn, Purcell, Handel The Kent State University SchooF of Music will present the Summer Choir in concert on Friday evening, July 24, 1939, at 8:30 in the University School auditorium. The program is to be centered around the anniversary dates of Jo- ’seph Haydn (1732-1809), Henry Purcell (1659-1695) and G. F. Handel (1685-1759), and will feature choral compositions by each. Tickets for the concert will be available all day tomorrow and Monday morning at a desk in the corridor between administrative offices and the entrance to Wills gymnasium. Opening the program will be the "Te Deum Laudamus,” by Haydn, for four part chorus and piano accompaniment. This is to be followed by a verse anthem of Henry Purcell, "O Sing unto the Lord A New Song,” composed for four voices, chorus and accompaniment. Soloists will be Teresa Petch, soprano; Athena Daniels, soprano; Martha Murray, alto; Richard Lantry, tenor; and Leland Haas, baritone. All are members of the choir. Th...
Three Register Perfect Grades [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 July 1959
Three Register Perfect Grades Three students led the Dean’s list in the University’s college of business administration with 4-point or straight A’s during the spring quarter. Dean Stanley C. Vance said 198 other students in the college of business administration earned places on the Dean’s List with grades of 3point or better for the period. Threepoint represents B work. Students who earned perfect grades for the quarter are Daniel J. Brady, 1370 Goodyear Blvd., Akron; Raymond A. Mantle, Davis Rd., Perry; and Frank S. Sciangula, 2186 Marshfield Blvd., Westlake.
2 Members Of Faculty Get Degrees [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 July 1959
2 Members Of Faculty Get Degrees Two members of the University faculty received doctor’s degrees during recent commencement exercises at other Universities. Miss Beverly L. Seidel, associate professor and chairman of the women’s section of health, physical education, and athletics, was awarded her doctor of education degree by Western Reserve university. Research for Miss Seidel’s study was done in the administrative area of selected Ohio colleges and universities. Dr. Seidel holds a bachelor of science degree from Ball State Teacher’s college and a master of science degree from the University of Michigan. Before coming to Kent 12 years ago, she taught at Logansport high school in Indiana. She is one of several authors of "Physical Fitness Manual for High School Girls,” published and used by the state of Indiana. Henry Moulds, associate professor of philosophy, received his doctor of philosophy degree from the University of Chicago. Dr. Moulds wrote his dissertation on John Locke’s ...
Quarterly Sells At Cut Price [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 July 1959
Quarterly Sells At Cut Price Summer session students will have an opportunity to read the creative writing efforts of KSU students which were printed in the Kent Quarterly during the winter and spring quarters. Winter and spring issues of the Quarterly will be placed on sale tomorrow and Monday at the reduced price of twenty-five cents. The publication may be obtained at a sales desk in the second floor corridor of Merrill hall and at the office of James K. Gottshall, instructor in English, 208 Merrill Hall.