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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 August 1959
KSU SUMMER NEWS Vol. 5, No. 7 Kent, Ohio Thursday, August 6, 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 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.
Drive Aims At Retaining Loan Grant [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 August 1959
Drive Aims At Retaining Loan Grant A group of Kent State university alumni are battling with their time, talents, and energies to keep 193 good but needy students from losing their opportunity to get a college education. The University has on deposit a check for $139,500 which it received under the terms of the National Defense Education act. It was the largest grant made to an Ohio school. The grant is to be used for loans to good but needy students. The maximum loan per year at KSU is $BOO, so the grant would provide maximum loans for 193 students next year. However, the Act states that the receiving institution must add one ninth of its own funds to each grant received. This means that KSU must raise $15,500 if it is to use the entire grant. In the event the entire $15,500 is not raised, the University will receive a proportionate amount of the raised sum. Regardless of the amount collected, it will be matched with nine times the amount, up to the $139,500 figure. According to an...
Shriver, Sitler Named To Assistant Dean Posts [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 August 1959
Shriver, Sitler Named To Assistant Dean Posts Two Kent State university faculty members have been appointed assistant deans of the College of Arts and Sciences by President George A. Bowman. They are Dr. Phillip R. Shriver, associate professor of history, and Dr. Robert F. Sitler, assistant professor of geology. Their appointments, effective in September for three years, are on a half-time basis. Both will continue to teach half time. Dr. Shriver and Dr. Sitler will fill the vacancy created in June when former assistant dean John J. Kamer- &gt;ick was appointed dean of the new College of Fine and Professional Arts. Dr. Eric N. Rackham is dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, which consists of 15 departments in the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences. There are 190 full and part-time faculty members in the college. Born in Cleveland and a graduate of John Adams high school. Dr. Shriver has been a member of the history department since 1947. He received his do...
Three Singers Appear In Gershwin Musicale [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 August 1959
Three Singers Appear In Gershwin Musicale A Gershwin Musicale Tuesday will be the next program on the Summer Artists and Speakers Series. The program will begin at 8:30 p.m. in University auditorium. Featured will be the "Porgy and Bess’ singers, Avon Long, Lucia Hawkins and Levern Hutcherson, in Highlights of Broadway. Tickets for the performance will be distributed by identification card tomorrow and Monday until noon at the ticket table in the passageway between Merrill hall and the administrative building. Long achieved fame for his outstanding portrayal of Sportin’ Life in &gt;the Broadway production of "Porgy and Bess.” He has been featured in more than a dozen Broadway shows as well as several films and shows on the TV networks. Levern Hutcherson played the tenor lead in the Broadway production of "Carmen Jones” and in the film where he sang for Harry Belafonte. He also sang the baritone role of Porgy in the Broadway production of "Porgy and Bess” and on its recent wo...
Gorman, Taylor In Liner Crash [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 August 1959
Gorman, Taylor In Liner Crash Kent State was well represented on the passenger list of the liner Queen Elizabeth when it was involved in a bumping incident with a freighter just off New York City. Dr. Burton W. Gorman, head of secondary education, was aboard the liner with Mrs. Gorman and son, Joe. Also on board was Prof. William Taylor, chairman of the school of journalism. Professor Taylor reported to his colleagues in the school of journalism that he was looking out of a deck window and saw the accident happen. He further reported that the bumping occurred during a boat drill and that he kept on his life jacket. However, he passed off the damage as "really nothing.”
31 Students Combine High School, College Work [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 August 1959
31 Students Combine High School, College Work A select group of Ohio high-schoob students can say "this is where I came in” to certain college courses. During the past 18 months at KSU 31 gifted youngsters have successfully combined college courses with their high school programs. And, without exception, they have more than met the challenge academically. Just how well they have done can be seen in a report compiled by Dr. Robert I. White, Jr., University vice president for academic affairs. His study shows the selected group —mostly juniors and seniors, with a sprinkling of sophomores-have compiled an overall grade average of 3.53 out of a possible 4.0 in college courses. Altogether, they have taken 367 quarter hours of college credit in 23 different courses. As a group, they have earned 217 hours of 4.0 or "A”, 129 hours of "B” and only 21 hours of "C”, according to the report. Most of the course work has been in mathematics and chemistry, although some have studied foreign langua...
Library Gallery Shows Bruce Rogers Exhibit [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 August 1959
Library Gallery Shows Bruce Rogers Exhibit A World Bible is the focal point of the exhibit of the works of Bruce Rogers, printer, on display in the University Library gallery this week and next. Rogers has been described as a creative artist, a skilled craftsman, a painstaking master of every technical detail whose works contain an elusive "other” quaky which cannot be described. It is almost as if he were working another dimension, doing with type more than it was thought possible to do. When asked how he was able to produce so many beautiful books, he replied that it was through "steady work” and "drudgery over mechanical details.” During his career, more than four hundred books were produced with him as the designer. He has recevied many honors. His printer’s emblem can be seen on a panel of a pair of bronze doors in the Library of Congress and as a decoration at Enoch Lratt Free Library, Baltimore. In 1948 he was awarded the gold Medal of the American Academy of Arts and Letters...
Teachers Study Latin America [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 August 1959
Teachers Study Latin America Current problems of United States —Latin American relations were emphasized during a three-day conference on campus which concluded yesterday. Sixty public school teachers from Ohio and neighboring states, all specialists in Latin American instruction, attended the conference held in the Union building. Speakers included; Ronaldo Costa, secretary of the Brazilian embassy; Dr. J. Fred Rippy, professor emeritus of history at the University of Chicago; Francisco S. Cespedes, of the PanAmerican Union; and Dr. Louis K. Harris, KSU professor of political science. Others on the program were: Dr. Gerald Read, KSU professor of education; Dr. Preston E. James, head of the geography department at Syracuse University; Dr. Maury D. Baker, professor of history at KSU; Dr. Harold E. Davis, dean of the college of arts and sciences at American University; and Kenneth L. Miller, professor of Spanish at Hiram College.
42 Education Students Register Perfect Grades [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 August 1959
42 Education Students Register Perfect Grades Forty-two students in the college" of education led the dean’s list with 4.0, or perfect grades, during the spring quarter. Dean Clayton M. Schindler said 771 students had averages of 3.0 or better for the period. Three-point represents "B” work. Students registering perfect grades are: Patricia Gronin, 146 S. High Street, Akron; Janice Kimmel, 3326 Mayfir road, Akron; Nancy L. Dawson, Pearl road, Brunswick; Francia Ames, 907 16th street, N.E., Canton; Florence &gt;Drevssi, 323 Tyler, S.E. Canton; Edward V. Sterle, 1220 E. 175 th street, Cleveland; Marie Fiedler, 2632 Sylvan road, Cuyahoga Falls; Helen E. Gravesmuehl, 1630 18th street, Cuyahoga Falls; Myrna Magnuson, 3435 Atterbury, Cuyahoga Falls; Dorothy Thomas, 2893 Lee road, Cuyahoga Falls. Also: Peggy Hoskins, Deerfield; Sara J. McKinney, East Liverpool; Cathleen Dougherty, 60 E. 226 th street, Euclid; Frances F. Rasmusen, 20950 Crystal avenue, Euclid; Donna M. Wood, 409 Bla...
Railroad Has Tour Material [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 August 1959
Railroad Has Tour Material Persons interested in obtaining information or making reservations for Prof. G. Harry Wright’s tour to New York City in September should contact the Erie Railroad passenger station in Akron or Kent. J. Paul Clark will handle information and reservations at the station in Akron and S. D. McNeil in Kent. The Akron number is BL 38812 and the Kent number is OR 3-3201. The New York tour will be the 19th Kent State university tour. It will leave Kent at 6:17 p.m. Friday, September 11, and return Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 16. Wright currently is leading a tour through Europe.
Architects Plan, Carry Out Remodeling Job On House [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 August 1959
Architects Plan, Carry Out Remodeling Job On House A dozen architecture students are&lt; gaining valuable practical experience this summer in designing a house remodeling job and then doing the actual labor. Prof. Joseph Morbito, head of the architecture department, has his students engaged in a project for the third consecutive summer. This time they are remodeling a small house on a farm owned by Professor Morbito &gt;near Rootstown. Steve Wolyzck, of Cleveland, was chosen as "architect” by the group and Professor Morbito is acting as "client.” Wolyzck is being assisted in his planning work by Paul Riciutti, a fifth year architecture student, as well as the other members of the group. The men are working from 8 to 11:30 a.m. daily and must have the job completed by the end of the second summer session. Professor Morbito explains that it is valuable for the architecture students to "do the work with their hands” as well as the theories practiced at the drawing board...
Goal Posts Come Down [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 August 1959
Goal Posts Come Down Although football season is still several weeks away, the goal posts in Memorial stadium were torn down last week. It wasn’t a demonstration of football spirit that felled the 10-year-old uprights, but a change in this year’s rules. Welders began expanding the upper half of the goals from their present 18 feet, 6 inches to 23 feet, 4 inches in accordance with 1959 NCAA football rules.
Graduate Students Study Physical Fitness Problems [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 August 1959
Graduate Students Study Physical Fitness Problems If you were asked, "What do students do in a physical education workshop?” what would you reply? "Oh, they probably practice new ways of tossing a basketball around, learn a new version of kick ball, or experiment with new badminton racquet grips.” If you gave such a reply, you’d be dead wrong—at least in regard to the Physical Fitness workshop currently in session here on the campus. A glance at the program of the two-week workshop, which ends tomorrow, testifies to the academic at- ?mosphere which prevails throughout the four hour-and-fifteen-minute sessions each day. On July 28 the 9 a.m. session dealt with Purposes of Exercise: kinesiologically, warm-up, conditioning, developing. The July 29 early session was devoted to a discussion of research in physical fitness. The first afternoon session dealt with various methods of testing physical fitness, such as the Illinois 18-item test, the lowa Brace test, and the Krause-Weber test. ...
Fawcett Speaks To Math Group [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 6 August 1959
Fawcett Speaks To Math Group Dr. Harold P. Fawcett, Ohio State university professor and president of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, will speak to the National Science Foundation Mathematics summer institute tomorrow night on "The Mathematics Teacher in a Changing Curriculum” in Verder hall at 7 p.m. Visitors are invited to attend the lecture and the social which follows. Dr. H. L. Ang, Indonesian mathematician, is participating in the Mathematics institute this week. Ang lectured to the Institute Monday night, and he has visited classes and taken part in informal discussions with instituters.