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Shriver Leads Hopewell Tour [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 23 July 1959
Shriver Leads Hopewell Tour A tour to visit a prehistoric burial mound of Hopewellian culture at Pippin lake will be led by Dr. Phillip Shriver, associate professor of history, next Thursday, July 30. During the two-hour tour a quantity of Hopewellian cultural material will be exhibited by the owner of the mound, and a description of the excavation will be given. The Hopewellian culture was the most advanced of any of Ohio’s prehistoric peoples. Only 75 persons can be accommodated on the tour. There will be a charge of fifty cents for those requiring transportation. There will be no charge for those providing their own transportation. Students may register for the tour in the office of the director of student activities, 112 Kent hall.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 23 July 1959
A group of students from Education 551N (School Public Relations) watches a demonstration of a Multilith machine by University employee Mrs. Rhoda Moore. Left to right are Mrs. Moore, Robert W. Gregory, Mrs. Ann Doddridge, Donald F. Mengert, Edna M. Krause, and Mrs. Doleen Heimbuch. Gregory is a school district head, and Mengert is a school principal.
Ten Workshops Planned For 2nd Summer Term [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 23 July 1959
Ten Workshops Planned For 2nd Summer Term The Lutheran Service Volunteer School—Walther League, will open July 26 and run through July 31. A Moral and Spiritual Values workshop and School and Community Health workshop will both begin July 27. The community health workshop will close Aug. 7, and the spiritual values workshop on Aug. 14. On August 3, a Conference on Latin America and an Ohio Bell Interviewers’ workshop will open. The Latin American conference will end Aug. 5, and the Ohio Bell workshop, Aug. 7. The Rolls-Royce Owners Club, Inc. will hold a three-day meeting on Campus Aug. 14 through 16. On Aug. 16, the United Auto Workers will open their annual Summer School. The school will be in session through Aug. 21. From Aug. 17 to Aug. 22 a High School Journalism Workshop will be Ten workshops, institutes and con-3&gt;conducted on campus, and from Aug. ferences are scheduled on campus 30 to Sept. 5, the Cleveland Heights during the second summer session. High School Ban...
Ashtabula Lists Fall Program [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 23 July 1959
Ashtabula Lists Fall Program Plans for the opening of the new school year at the KSU Center in Ashtabula have been announced by Dr. Roger R. Beitler, director. Prospective freshmen and transfer students are urged to submit the appropriate official records—including an application, high school record form, and an official transcript, if applicable—as soon as possible in order to insure a comprehensive listing of courses and necessary class size. Freshmen and sophomores are requested to seek counseling at the Center for the purpose of filing official papers and pre-enrolling. The Ashtabula Center office is open for counseling and information from 8 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Fridays the Center closes at 4 p.m. During August and early September the office will be open only on Monday and Wednesday evenings with normal day hours as listed previously. The Center will offer freshmen and sophomore courses in the curricula areas of Arts and Sciences, Business ...
Frank Leads 11 Geologists To Catskills [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 23 July 1959
Frank Leads 11 Geologists To Catskills University classrooms are not necessarily restricted to the campus or buildings. Kent State university, for instance, will use the Catskill mountains of New York as a classroom for a group of geology students this summer. Base of operations for the annual field trip, which begins July 27, is along the Hudson river near Catskill and Hudson, N. Y. A group of 11 students, led by Prof. Glenn W. Frank, will spend five weeks studying rock formations and making geological maps and diagrams and photographs of the area. In addition, the class will make a three-day trip through Maine to Mt. Katahdin and Mt. Desert Island to study rock and shore features. Geology students will earn eight quarter hours of credit on the field trip, which is part of their requirements for graduation. Those making the trip are: Richard W. Tuxill, 1940 Canton road, Akron; Sally J. Caylor, Bath; Attilio Russo, 4341 Wyatt ave, Cleveland; Lawrence V, Dudar, 11001 Park Heights ave...
2200 Expected For 2nd Session [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 23 July 1959
2200 Expected For 2nd Session A total of 2,200 full-time students are expected to register for the second summer session which begins July 27. The estimate is made by Fred F. Head, assistant to the registrar. If the second session enrollment reaches the estimated total, it will mean that more than 6,000 students were enrolled in the two sessions. The 2,200 prediction does not include those who will enroll in various workshops on campus. In 1958 a total of 2,100 full-time students were enrolled in the second summer session. Today is the final day for fee payment for students who have filled out trial program cards and who wish to evade the enrollment rush. Tomorrow will be the final day for fee payments for all students who wish to register for the second session. A late registration fee of $5 will be charged. No student may register for the second session after next Tuesday, July 28.
Four Upsets Mark Early Seaway Tennis Tourney [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 23 July 1959
Four Upsets Mark Early Seaway Tennis Tourney Four of last year’s tourney champions were upset last weekend as play began in the second annual Seaway Tennis Tournament on the KSU campus. Bob Archer, Cuyahoga Falls high school tennis star, scored a revenge victory in defeating Cleveland’s Bill Nagy, 6-3, 6-2, for the junior boys title Sunday. Mrs. William Renfro of Oberlin, Ohio, scored a major upset in the second round of the women’s open singles matches by defeating defending champion Gloria Loychick of Warren, 6-3, 6-4. Seaway men’s singles and men’s doubles events will be played Saturday and Sunday on KSU courts. Events will begin at 10 a.m. each day. The women’s singles title match, scheduled for last Sunday but postponed, will also be played. Nagy won over John Schlacter of Hudson, 6-0, 6-1, and Archer turned back Bill Ewing of Alliance, 6-0, 6-0, in the semifinals. Ed Morris of Youngstown and William Nagy, Sr., of Cleveland won the veteran’s doubles title, and Nancy Wilbert cap...
Attend Workshop [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 23 July 1959
Attend Workshop Two mathematicians from far-a-way lands participated in sessions of the National Science Foundation Summer Mathematics institute on the KSU campus this week. Dr. C. G. Panagakis of Greece has participated in Institute discussions and will continue to do so for the remainder of the week. Monday and Tuesday Prof. B. A. Amira of Israel visited the institute. Monday evening he illustrated a lecture on the fourth dimension by means of a French mathematical film.
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 23 July 1959
CAMPUS CALENDAR JULY 24 SCHOOL OF MUSIC CONCERT. 8:30 p.m. University Summer Choir under the direction of Robert H. Foulkes, Assistant Professor of Music, will present program. University School Auditorium. REGISTRATION FOR SECOND SUMMER SESSION. 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Wills Gymnasium. 25 END OF FIRST SUMMER SESSION. 12:00 Noon. SEAWAY TENNIS TOURNAMENT. Engleman Courts. 10:00 a.m. 26 SEAWAY TENNIS TOURNAMENT. Engleman Courts. 10:00 a.m. 27 MORAL AND SPIRITUAL VALUES WORKSHOP. Through Aug. 14. COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKSHOP. Runs Through Aug. 7 SECOND SUMMER SESSION OPENS 29 SUMMER ARTISTS AND SPEAKERS SERIES. 8:00 p.m. University Auditorium. Zina and Kolya, Russian dance duo.
Joe Begala To Officiate At Pan American Tryouts [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 23 July 1959
Joe Begala To Officiate At Pan American Tryouts Joseph W. Begala, associate pro-, fessor of health and physical education and wrestling coach at the University, has been chosen as an official for the final Pan American Wrestling tryouts at Michigan State university, July 30, 31 and Aug. 1. Begala has been wrestling coach at Kent State for 26 years. During his career at Kent, his wrestlers have won 211 matches, dropped 35 and tied two. He has developed nine interstatechampionship teams, 13 Lake Erie AAU championship teams, three state collegiate championship teams and 167 individual champions. In addition, he has one Mid American conference championship to his credit. &gt; Begala was a judge for the 1932 Olympics at Long Island and has served as an official for the NAAU finals the past several years. In 1958 he was named to the wrestling rules committee by the National Collegiate Athletic association. He also has served on the legislative council of the wrestling rules commit...
Artists Appear In Butler Show [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 23 July 1959
Artists Appear In Butler Show Three members of the faculty of the school of art had paintings selected for hanging in the 24th Annual Midyear Show of the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown. Work of Elmer Novotny, head of the school of art; Harold Kitner, associate professor; and John Balazs, instructor; is included in the show. A total of 243 paintings were selected out of a total of 1836 that were submitted. The show, a national cross-section of American painting, opened June 28 and will remain on view until 5 p.m. through Aug. 30.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 July 1959
KSU SUMMER NEWS Vol. 3, No. 6 Kent, Ohio Thursday, July 30, 1939 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 he 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.
Graduates Will Hear Dr. Soper [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 July 1959
Graduates Will Hear Dr. Soper Dr. David Wesley Soper, widelyknown religious author, will speak at Kent State University’s summer commencement Saturday, August 29 at 10 a.m. in Memorial gymnasium. Degrees will be conferred by President George A. Bowman at the 45th annual summer exercises. There are 299 candidates for bachelor’s degrees and 162 candidates for master’s degrees. Dr. Soper, who will speak on "The Challenged Mind,” is chairman of the department of religion at Beloit college. He is active as a teacher, lecturer, preacher and writer both in the United States and abroad. He has lectured at Oxford university and was guest preacher at the American Church in Paris. Dr. Soper has written a number of books, including "Men Who Shape Belief,” "Highways to Faith” "Major Voices in American Theology,” and "You Have Met Christ.” He also is author of innumerable essays and articles for leading religious journals. He is founder and leader of One Family of Men, an educational organization...
Enrollment May Reach 6,810 [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 July 1959
Enrollment May Reach 6,810 Total enrollment figures for the second summer session have been revised upward by Frederick F. Head, assistant to the registrar. Head predicts the total figure for the second term will be 2,750 full-time students. If the enrollment reaches the predicted figure, it would push the total number of students taking summer session classes at KSU to 6,810. This would be an increase of 220 over the enrollment last summer for both sessions.
KSU Band Will Display Flashy New Uniforms [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 July 1959
KSU Band Will Display Flashy New Uniforms University Band members will be dressed in flashy new uniforms when the semicentennial year opens this fall. They will make their initial ap- pearance of the year at the first home football game although no special field program will be presented. Designed by Prof. Edward L. Masters, director of bands at KSU, the uniforms were purchased from student funds allocated by the budget committee. One hundred new uniforms have been purchased from Ostwald, Inc., of New York, one of the leading manufacturers of band uniforms. Professor Masters describes the new uniforms as being a formal type of outfit. They consist of formal short jacket and waist high trousers. A gold tunic is worn over the jacket for marching. The tunic has braid in front and there is a large block letter K in royal blue in back. The royal blue is the basic color. A blue braid decoration also appears on the tails of the tunic. The tunic also has a high collar. Both men and women wi...