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Forecasting Is Seminar Topic [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 August 1959
Forecasting Is Seminar Topic Views by professionals in the speculative area of business forecasting are the chief ingredients of a graduate seminar being conducted at Kent State University this summer. Twice weekly, the special class draws on the expert opinions of businessmen, bankers and industrialists who are responsible for accurately predicting the future levels of business generally. During the next two weeks, students will hear from John T. Calhoon, manager of Firestone Tire and Rubber company’s marketing research department; Fred O. Kiel, senior economist for the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland; Paul Belcher, vice president and economist of the First National Bank of Akron. Previously, the class heard from Robert Wagenhals, director of sales forecasting at Timken Roller Bearing company of Canton; William P. Carlin, assistant manager of Republic Steel corporation’s Commerce Research division, and David C. Elliott, vice president and economist of the Cleveland Trust company....
Cool Spots Handy For Warm Days [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 August 1959
Cool Spots Handy For Warm Days Summer students at Kent State have plenty of recreation spots nearby to help cool off on hot, humid August days. Many of these are within easy traveling distance of the campus. They are open to the public although most charge a small fee. The following is only a partial list of nearby parks and clubs for leisure time fun. TWIN LAKES BEACH CLUB three miles. Route 43 north. DUNCANSIDE PARK four miles. Turn off Franklin avenue ext. onto Howe road. ADELL DURBIN PARK four miles. West on Route 5 to 91 at Stow. Then one mile south of Stow. Picnic facilities, but no swimming. SILVER SPRINGS PARK five miles. West on Route 5 to Fishcreek Road, then right on Stow Road. HUDSON SPRINGS PARK eight miles. Same route as above, but farther down Stow Road. MONROE FALLS PARK seven miles. Route 91 between Stow and Tallmadge. ROLLING ACRES BEACH CLUB —seven miles. Route 1 north of Ravenna, then Infirmary and Black Brook roads. STATE ROAD PARK— I 2 miles. Route 8, four mile...
Knights And Castles' On Display In Library [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 August 1959
Knights And Castles' On Display In Library The picturesque "Knights and ties” display currently in the gallery of the University library is the result of an interesting hobby shared by two KSU faculty members. The knights are part of the collection of Dr. Walter DeVolld, associate professor of foreign languages. The buildings—mostly medieval—belong to Dr. Hallock F. Raup, head of the Department of Geography and Geology. The knights, which are made of plastic, are bought in parts, and put by the purchaser. An American company manufacturers the plastic warriors. The cardboard houses are bought in strips, and are cut and put together also by the purchaser. The buildings on display come from Baden, Germany. Most of those in the showcase represent the medieval period. There is a model of the Albrecht Durer house, a medieval city hall, a castle, a walled town, a Gothic church, and a frame house in the display. Ellie Metcalf, a Kent State high school student, holds one of the castles curre...
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 August 1959
CAMPUS CALENDAR AUGUST 14 CONFERENCE. Conference of Clerks of Boards of Education. 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Union building. AUTOMOBILE MEET. Annual meet of Rolls-Royce Owners Club of America. Show will exhibit more than 90 Rolls-Royce Automobiles. Meet headquarters: Verder hall. Through August 16. 16 CONFERENCE. United Auto Workers, American Federation of Labor —Congress of Industrial Organizations summer school. Union building through August 22. IT INSTITUTE. School Press Institute. Institute headquarters: 114 Merrill hall. Through August 22. 18 FILM CLASSIC. 2:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. “Love is a Many Splendored Thing.” University School auditorium. SUMMER TOUR. Industrial Cuyahoga River Valley by Boat. Tour leaves from Union at 1:30 p.m.
UAW Holds 5th Session [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 August 1959
UAW Holds 5th Session Approximately 100 members of the United Automobile Workers union will meet on campus in their annual summer school session next Sunday through Friday, August 16-21. John W. Wilse, of Cleveland, educational director of Region II of the union, will be in charge of the sessions. Members of the teaching staff will be provided by the union from among its leadership. It is expected that 90 men and 10 women from local unions in northeastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania will attend. The school will include workshops in steward training, time study, community service programs. Students attending the summer session will return to their respective local unions to conduct sessions among union members. This is the fifth consecutive year that the UAW summer school for northeastern Ohio has been held at KSU.
Barber Speaks At AIA Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 August 1959
Barber Speaks At AIA Dinner "New Shapes for a New Age” will be the topic of C. Merrill Barber at the annual dinner of the Kent State student chapter of the American Institute of Architects today at 6:30 p.m. at the Aurora Inn. Barber is a member of the Cleveland structural engineering firm of Barber, Magee &amp; Hoffman. He was born in Newton Falls and was graduated from Ohio State University with degrees in architecture and architectural engineering. He served as structural engineer for St. John’s arena at Ohio State and the Music and Speech building at KSU.
Kappa Delta Pi Holds Imitation [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 August 1959
Kappa Delta Pi Holds Imitation Fifty-four new members were initiated into the Kent State chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary society in education, in a recent ceremony. Following the initiation services, a banquet was held in the Portage room of the Union building. The banquet was sponsored by Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Delta Kappa, graduate men’s honorary in education, and the University Conference on Latin America. More than 130 guests attended. Featured speaker was Dr. Kenneth Miller, professor of Spanish at Hiram college, who spoke on "Latin America.” Other speakers were President George A. Bowman, Dr. Robert I. White, Jr., vice-president for academic affairs, and Paul Nou, president of Gamma Tau chapter of Phi Delta Kappa.
Summer Session Choir Presents Final Concert Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 20 August 1959
Summer Session Choir Presents Final Concert Monday Evening A concert will be presented Monday at 8:00 p.m. by the second summer session choir under the direction of Dr. Richard Warner, head of the school of music. The program will be held in the University School auditorium. Soloists will be Mrs. Margaret Palmieri, soprano, and Robert Palmieri, piano. Accompanist for the concert will be Donald Miller. Palmieri and Miller are members of the school of music faculty. Special features of the program will include the first performance of ia new solo song composed by Dr.,, Warner on a poem by Katherine Root Warner. The song has just been published by the Augsburg Publishing House. The title is, "Song of the Seven Lambs” and it will be sung by Mrs. Palmieri to whom the song is dedicated. Mrs. Palmieri also will sing a solo song written by her husband, entitled, "Life.” Palmieri will play his own compositions: "Little Toccata” and "Negro y Blanco” (a piano piece written in two different key...
Violinist Ill, Quintet Fills Out Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 20 August 1959
Violinist Ill, Quintet Fills Out Schedule Completing the schedule of the university’s Artists and Speakers Series this summer will be a concert next Wednesday evening by the Cleveland Symphony Woodwind Quintet. The program will be held at 8:30 p.m. in the university auditorium. Violinist Mischa Elman, originally scheduled for this date, has been compelled to cancel his programs for the remainder of the summer according to his booking agency. Members of the Woodwind Quintet are regular performers with the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra. The group is made up of William Hebert, flute, Elden Gatwood, oboe, George Silfies, clarinet, Martin Morris, French horn, and George Goslee, bassoon. Sue Thomas, piano, will accompany the quintet in a Poulenc composition included in the program. William Hebert was graduated from the Juilliard School of Music where he studied flute with Arther Lora of the N.B.C. Symphony and with James Pappoutsakis of the Boston Symphony. Upon graduation he joined the Cl...
McSweeney, Dinsmore Named To KSU Board Of Trustees [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 20 August 1959
McSweeney, Dinsmore Named To KSU Board Of Trustees Two new members of the board of‘ trustees of Kent State University have been announced by Gov. Michael V. DiSalle. John McSweeney, a Wooster lawyer, and Ray P. Dinsmore, vice president of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber company, were named by Gov. DiSalle to fill the posts recently created by the State Legislature. The bill increased the board from five to seven members. The appointment of McSweeney will run to May 17, 1965, and to the ’same date in 1966 for Dinsmore. McSweeney, a former 16th District congressman, was at one time the State Welfare Director and has served on the board of trustees at Wooster college. He also taught school at Wooster and is a member of the Wooster board of education. In addition to the Goodyear post, Dinsmore is vice president and director of the Goodyear Synthetic Rubber corporation and a director of the Rubarite corporation.
Six Foreign Union Men At Session [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 20 August 1959
Six Foreign Union Men At Session Six Tunisian trade union leaders who are in this country to study American trade union organization and administration are visiting the United Automobile Workers Summer School currently being held on campus. The six labor leaders are Aimed Ben Chedli Amara, Elalai Hassouna Ben Tahar, Abdelazia Herelli, Khamals Ben Abderehman Jebbari, Alderraouf Mekki, and Houcine Bouselini Quaness. Their visit is sponsored by the U. S. Department of State and Department of Labor. Ninety-three members of the United Automobile Workers are attending sessions on steward training, community services, labor journalism, time study and education methods. Besides the formal sessions, the members have been the guests of the Portage County Red Cross for a water safety show, and also attended a picnic at the Kent Labor Temple. The session will close Friday night with a banquet in the Portage room of the Union. The principal address will be given by Patrick J. O’Malley, director ...
School Group Reelects Shaw [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 20 August 1959
School Group Reelects Shaw Dr. E. Thomas Harnish of Newton Falls has been elected president of the Northeast Region of the Ohio School Boards association. He was named at the annual organizational meeting of the regional group at Kent State university. Dr. Harnish succeeds Alan Sophrin of Cuyahoga Falls. Other officers elected are Vanice Bell, Avon Lake, vice president; Paul Hakala, Ashtabula Harbor; Mrs. Allyn Myers, Warrensville Heights, recording secretary. Dr. Roger Shaw, professor of education at Kent State University, was re-elected regional secretary for the ninth time.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 20 August 1959
More than 200 incoming freshmen attended the last of the summer’s pre-college conferences which came to a close last weekend. The new students are shown as they went through the procedure of registering for classes. During their stay on campus they completed all the preregistration tests. The group was the largest single one of the program. Dr. Lester G. Brailey, head of orientation, was in charge of acquainting the entering freshmen and their parents with the university.
Summer Commencement Schedule Announced [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 20 August 1959
Summer Commencement Schedule Announced Summer commencement will be&lt; held in Memorial gymnasium Saturday, August 29, beginning promptly at 10 a.m. Approximately 324 are to be graduated with bachelor degrees and 217 are candidates for master degrees. Caps and gowns for graduation may be picked up in Wills gym the week of commencement and until 9 a.m. Saturday morning. They are to be returned to Wills gymnasium by 3 p.m. commencement day. Rehearsal for commencement will be held next Thursday, August 27, at 10 a.m. in university auditorium. All candidates for degrees are urged to attend. In addition to the awarding of degrees, 11 men will be commissioned in the Army and one in the Air Force at the commencement program. Lt. Col. George H. Bear, head of the Air Force unit at KSU, will be the commissioning officer. Candidates for degrees are asked to remind their friends and relatives who will attend the commencement as guests of the university to please remain in their seats du...
KSU SUMMER NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 20 August 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.
Mathematics Professors At Meetings [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 20 August 1959
Mathematics Professors At Meetings Three members of the University’s mathematics faculty will attend meetings of the American Mathematical society and the Mathematical Association of America at Salt Lake City, Utah, from Aug. 31 to Sept. 4. They are Dr. L. E. Bush, head of the mathematics department, and Dr. Foster Brooks and Dr. Frances Harshbarger. Other mathematical organizations which will meet concurrently at Salt Lake City are the Association for Symbolic Loer, the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, and Pi Mu Epsilon and Mu Alpha Theta, both honorary societies. Dr. Bush is director of the William Lowell Putnam Mathematics Competition for the Mathematical Association of America and will consult with his advisory group. Dr. Brooks, secretary of the Ohio section of the Mathematical association, will represent the section at a meeting of section officers. Dr. Harshbarger is a member of the High School Test Committee in Mathematics, sponsored by the Ohio Section of the...
Coaches Hear Trevor Rees [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 20 August 1959
Coaches Hear Trevor Rees Trevor Rees, KSU head football coach, discussed the straight T-for-mation offense and its defenses at the initial session of the annual coaching school held last week in conjunction with the 14th NorthSouth scholastic football game in Canton. Rees spoke in the Onesto hotel before 350 coaches from all over the nation. In addition to attending coaching sessions, the visiting mentors took part in a full week of ex-tra-curricular activities. One of the most interesting activities for the coaches was the battle between the Yankee and Rebel gridders representing the pick of Ohio high school gridiron performers of 1958.