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Masters Serves On Camp Staff [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1960
Masters Serves On Camp Staff Edward L. Masters, director of University bands and assistant professor of music at the University, is serving as a guest conductor at Point Music camp, Wisconsin State college. Prof. Masters will conduct band and orchestra concerts tomorrow in addition to rehearsals and clinics on pedagogy of brass instruments. He came to Kent in 1957 from the University of Kansas where he was assistant band director and assistant professor of wind instruments. Prior to that he was a member of the U. S. Marine band for 20 years during which time he was principal cornetist and cornet soloist.
Alumni Elect Baumgardner; Donate $12,000 To University [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1960
Alumni Elect Baumgardner; Donate $12,000 To University Robert L. Baumgardner, vice president of Griswold-Eshleman company, Cleveland, has been named president of the Kent State University Alumni association for 1960-61. He succeeds Jack C. Harris, a Youngstown attorney. Other officers are: Martin J. Kovalik, Cleveland, vice president, and Mrs. Lucille T. Johnston, Kent, secretary. Elected to the alumni council were Miss Carol A. Gould, Euclid; George B. Towner, Kent; Edward J. Zink, Canton. New faculty advisor is Dr. Mona Fletcher, professor of political science at the University. She succeeds Benjamin G. McGinnis, assistant dean of men at the University. The Alumni association this year presented a total of $12,000 to the University. The contribution is to be used for scholarships, grants-in-aid and research. Baumgardner
Six Tours Scheduled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1960
Six Tours Scheduled A tour of the Thompson Products Auto album and Aviation museum Thursday, June 30, will be the first of a series of six tours open to sumI mer students. Peder A. Otterson, associate professor of Industrial Arts will lead the first program. The museum, the first industrial museum in Cleveland, I contains more than 100 antique automobiles. A gallery depicting the advance of aviation includes early engines, historic planes and the Thompson air race trophy. The tour is limited to 40 persons and reservations must be made in the office of the director of student activities, 118 Kent hall, at least two days prior to the tour date. The cost :of the tour is $2.00 and includes transportation charges and operational fees. All tour groups will meet in the J Union lounge at 1 p.m., the day of i the trip. Other tour scheduled for the summer are as follows: July 6—Geological tour through the Cuyahoga Gorge park. July 13 —Cleveland Museum of Natural History and the Cleveland zoo....
Series Tickets Now Available [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1960
Series Tickets Now Available Tickets for the Summer Artists | Series will be available at any time for all programs in the series at the | Extension division office in the Administration building, and in the main corridor adjacent to Wills gymnasium on each Thursday and Friday. Through Friday preceding the week in which a program is scheduled, one ticket will be supplied to each registered student upon presentation of his identification card. After Friday, tickets for the next scheduled program will be available without restriction as to number to students and the public. The public is invited to request tickets in advance by writing or calling the extension division office. Tickets will be mailed to the extent of availability upon receipt of an addressed, stamped envelope. Admission to the programs will be by ticket only until 8:10 p.m. each evening. After 8:10, ticket holders and others will be welcome to the extent of the seating capacity of the hall. Admission to all programs is...
175 Photographers Attend 19th Annual Short Course [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1960
175 Photographers Attend 19th Annual Short Course More than 175 photographers and editors from 20 states, the District of Columbia and Canada attended the 19th Annual Short Course in Photojournalism, held on campus last week. Bruce Downes, editor and publisher of Popular Photography magazine, keynoted the course. Other speakers were Morris Gordon, photographic supervisor, Western Electric, New York; David B. Eisendrath, Jr., photographer, New York; Inge Bondi, Magnum Photos, j tor for covers and photography, ! Newsweek Magazine; Angus McDougall, associate editor for photogj raphy, International Harvester, Chicago. Also, Frank Kepler, editor of Friends Magazine, Detroit; Luis Mar- ' den, photographer, National Geo- | graphic Society, Washington; Leonj ard Victor, picture editor, Long Isj land Daily Press, Jamiaca, Long Island; George Tames, photographer, j New York Times Magazine, Washj ington; Wingate Paine, photograI pher, New York; Franz Furst, vice president, PIX, Inc., New York;...
Plan 3 Sports For First Term [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1960
Plan 3 Sports For First Term Intramural competition in golf, tennis and Softball will be offered for the first summer term, according to Richard P. Paskert, Intramural director. Students may register for the program in Room 166, Memorial gymnasium. Schedules will be announced after entries have been completed. All equipment for the sports will be furnished except tennis rackets and golf balls.
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1960
CAMPUS CALENDAR JUNE 22 CHANGE OF PROGRAM. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., registrar's office INSTITUTE. National Science Foundation Institute for Teachers of Mathematics. Institute for high school teachers emphasizing fields of geometry, statistics and advanced high school mathematics, (through August 14) Headquarters, 3E South hall. 23 CHANGE OF PROGRAM. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., registrar's office. INSTITUTE. Twenty-fifth Annual High School Institute in Speech. Program includes training in various phases of speech, theatre, radio and forensics. (through July 15) Headquarters, 204 Music and Speech center. SUMMER ARTISTS SERIES. Goya and Matteo, dance duo. 8:30 p.m., University auditorium. 27 EXHIBITION. Books are Ideas, (through July 9) University Library gallery. 28 FILM CLASSIC. Fidelio. 2:30 p.m. and 8 p.m., University School auditorium. CONFERENCE. State of Ohio Department of Education and Ohio School Food Service Association School Lunch Conference, (through June 30) Headquarters, 207 Union. WORKS...
Golding Directs Heart Research [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 22 June 1960
Golding Directs Heart Research What effect does exercise have on heart disease? Dr. Lawrence A. Golding, director of the University's physiology of exercises laboratory, will begin a twoyear study this fall to find out. Dr. Golding has been awarded a 515,000 grant from the U. S. Public Health service and the National Institute of Health for this research. His study will be on the effects of exercise on serum cholesterol levels in adult men. Serum cholesterol is a fatty-like substance found in the blood and other fluids of the body. It is suspected of a connection with heart disease and hardening of the arteries. In the fall Dr. Golding will conduct a physical fitness program for a group of 35 men, 30 to 60 years old. They will meet one hour a day, five days a week and perform a set of scientifically devised exercises. Before they begin the program the men will be tested for blood cholesterol, total body fat, specific gravity, pulse rate and blood pressure. In June 1961, the group wi...
Organist And Folk-Singer Present Concert Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
Organist And Folk-Singer Present Concert Tomorrow Richard Ellsasser, concert organist, and Cynthia Gooding, singer of international folk music, will present a joint concert tomorrow evening in the University auditorium. The concert, second in the annual Summer Artists series, will begin at 8:30 and is open to students and the public without charge. Tickets for the program may be obtained in the main corridor adjacent to Wills gymnasium all day today and tomorrow. Tickets also are available for all programs in the series at the extension division office in the Administration building. Ellsasser will perform "Concerto in A minor: Allegro vivace" by Antonio Vivaldi, 'Andante in F, K. 616" by Mozart, "Rhumba" by Robert Elmore, "Seven Pastels: Soul of the Lake" by Sigrid Karg-Elert and his own "Concert Study in D minor." Miss Gooding will present a group of old world folk songs from Italy, France, England, Turkey and Russia, and a group of songs from Canada, Mexico, Columbia and the Unit...
Louis Lane And Cleveland Orchestra Schedule First Of Two KSU Concerts [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
Louis Lane And Cleveland Orchestra Schedule First Of Two KSU Concerts Conductor Louis Lane and the Cleveland Summer orchestra will present the first of two summer "Pops" concerts on campus at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 5, in Memorial gymnasium. Tickets for the concert will be available without charge today and tomorrow in the corridor adjacent to Wills gymnasium, and from the extension division office through Tuesday. Approximately 4800 seats will be available for the concert, which has become one of the most popular attractions of the summer session. Now in its 42nd year, the great symphonic organization is no stranger to Kent State audiences. The orchestra appeared here last summer and many times in the past. The program will include "Introduction and Bridal Procession from Le Coq d'or" by Rimsky-Korsakov, "Symphonic Metamorphoses on Themes of Carl Maria von Weber" by Hindemith, "Two Caucasian Sketches" by Ippolitov - Ivanov, "March Slav" by Tckaikovsky, Three dance scenes from "On t...
Enrollment Up Four Per Cent Over 1959 Summer Session [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
Enrollment Up Four Per Cent Over 1959 Summer Session Kent State university's summer enrollment is up four per cent over last year. First summer session classes started with a record 4,103 students on campus, compared to 3,942 for the same period a year ago. Of the 4,103 registered on campus now, 1,308 are in the graduate school. Campus enrollment in the graduate school at this time last year was 1,237. Altogether, 4,929 students have registered for classes on and off campus. In the extension division, 826 are studying at University-operated centers in Cleveland, Canton, Warren, Elyria, Ashtabula, Medina, East Liver- pool and Youngstown. A breakdown of off-campus enrollment shows 352 in Cleveland; 135 in Ashtabula, 141 in Canton, 53 in Elyria, 46 in Warren, 35 in Medina, 23 in East Liverpool and 41 in Youngstown. Academic deans of the University's four undergraduate colleges reported 340 students were dismissed at the end of the spring quarter for low grades during the 1959-60 academ...
Instructors Engage In Off-Campus Activities [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
Instructors Engage In Off-Campus Activities During the summer months, many members of the University faculty will be engaged in professional work off campus. Some will be representing the University at national and international meetings. Others will be carrying out sponsored and personal research or traveling out of the country. Dr. Hallock F. Raup, head of the department of geography and geology, will present a paper, "Communal Societies on the American Frontier," at the International Geographical union in Stockholm, Sweden, in August. His European trip also will include visits to England, Holland, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Norway, Denmark and Italy. Dr. Robert F. Sitler, assistant professor of geology and assistant dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, will represent the University at the International Geological congress in August in Copenhagen Denmark. He will make a field trip through Norway and also visit Scotland, England, Holland, Germany, Switzerland and A...
Cuyahoga Gorge Tour Scheduled For July 6 [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
Cuyahoga Gorge Tour Scheduled For July 6 A geological tour through the Cuyahoga Gorge park Wednesday, July 6, will be the second of a series of six summer tours conducted by members of the University faculty and staff. The first tour, a visit to the Thompson Products Auto Album and Aviation Museum, will leave the Union building at 1 p.m. today. Features of the Cuyahoga Gorge tour include rocks that are approximately 270 million years old, mass- wasting, plant and animal remains, inclined bedding and concretions. The tour is limited to 60 persons and will take approximately three hours including traveling time. Tour cost is 50 cents, and reservations may be made in the office of the director of student activities, 118 Kent hall. The tour will leave the Union building at 1 p.m. July 6. Glen W. Frank, assistant professor of geology, is in charge.
Seven Receive Awards For Graduate Study [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
Seven Receive Awards For Graduate Study Seven seniors, graduate students and recent graduates of the University have received awards for graduate study this fall in universities in this country and abroad. Donald E. Leyden, Cuyahoga Falls, has been awarded a graduate fellowship in inorganic chemistry at Emory university, Atlanta, Ga. The award, which is for $2,000, was made under the National Defense Education Act of 1958 which seeks to augment the nation's supply of college teachers. Donald G. Reiter, Cuyahoga Falls, has been awarded a $2,200 graduate assistantship in English at the University of Cincinnati. He received his bachelor's degree from Hiram college in 1958 and his master of arts degree from Kent in 1959. Athalia D. Gentry, Akron, has received a $1,900 graduate assistantship to teach English at Wayne State university, Detroit. She received her bachelor's degree from Kent earlier this month. Two senior physics majors, James Swartz, Canton, and Victor Ch'iu, Kent, also hav...
Annual University Picnic Scheduled Rain Or Shine [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
Annual University Picnic Scheduled Rain Or Shine Students and their families are invited to join the faculty, administrative staff and University employees at the annual All-University Picnic, at 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 6, at the Engleman Picnic grounds, east of Johnson hall. The event will be held rain or shine. In case of inclement weather, the picnic will be held in Wills gymnasium, where pool facilities will be made available. Classes will not be excused for the picnic. The menu includes charcoal fired barbecue ox roast, home-made baked beans with bacon, cabbage supreme, potato chips and pretzels, carrot and celery sticks, dill pickles, sliced tomatoes, challots, deviled eggs, green and ripe olives, ice cream cake rolls, lemon and limeade, and coffee and milk. Recreation will include baseball, volleyball, badminton and horseshoes, as well as games for children. Cost of tickets is $1.20 a person and 60 cents for children, 12 years of age and under. Tickets may be purchased in the ...
300 High School Teachers Attend Reading Conference [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
300 High School Teachers Attend Reading Conference Elementary and high school teachers are being brought up to date on the latest methods in teaching reading at Kent State University's 14th annual Reading Conference currently being held on campus. More than 300 teachers are attending the conference which is sponsored by the University's College of Education. Speakers and their topics are: Dr. Olive Woodruff, head of the department of early childhood education at Kent, "Meeting Today's Children in Their World." Dr. Edgar Dale, Ohio State university, "Meeting Children's Needs Through Mass Media." Dr. Guy Bond, University of Minnesota, "Fostering Growth Toward Reading Maturity" and "Meeting Reading Problems in High School." Dr. Walter Barbe, University of Chattanooga, "Clinical Aspects of the Reading Program" and "Diagnosis of Reading Problems." Teachers attending the conference are being housed on campus in Terrace hall. Mrs. Evelyn K. Davidson, associate professor of education at the...