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Hospital Stages Antique Show [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
Hospital Stages Antique Show Antique enthusiasts attending KSU will have an opportunity to attend one of the outstanding antique shows of its kind in the U. S. from July 13-15. During this time, the Women's Association of Robinson Memorial hospital, Ravenna, will stage their 12th annual antique show. The site of the three-day show will be the Ravenna Armory. The Armory will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. This year, 36 antique dealers from all sections of the country will participate. Purpose of the show is to raise money for the hospital. Mr. H. Ogden Wintermute will be the manager for the show and Mrs. Wayne Baumberger of Kent will serve as chairman. Admission is 75 cents and luncheons, dinners and snacks will be available.
Lunch Program Closes Today [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
Lunch Program Closes Today A three-day in-service training program for northeastern Ohio lunchroom personnel comes to a close today at the University. The program featured lectures, demonstrations, panels and group discussions dealing with the planning of menus, trays, refrigeration, food, sanitation, equipment and dishwashing. In addition, Miss Marguerite Robinson, Great Lakes area nutritionist for the American Institute of Baking, demonstrated dishes which make use of surplus commodities donated to school lunch programs. The conference was sponsored by the University's home economics department in cooperation with the State Department of Education and Ohio School Lunch program. The conference, one of a series of four statewide training sessions, was directed by Wade D. Bash, chief of the Ohio School Lunch program. Dr. Marjorie Keiser, head of the University's home economics department, directed the local session.
Eight Receive Perfect Grades [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
Eight Receive Perfect Grades Eight students at the University's Ashtabula Center received straight A's during the spring quarter. Students who earned perfect grades for the quarter are Valerie Ackley, Ashtabula; Mrs. Gladys Austin, Madison; Mrs. Jacqueline Skidmore, Rock Creek; Mrs. Margaret Taano, Ashtabula; Virginia Wright, New Lyme; Lynn Gardner, Geneva; Mrs. Edith Rhodes, Jefferson; Judith Warren, Ashtabula. Dr. Rogert T. Beitler, director of the center, said 35 other full-time students earned grades of 3-point or better for the period, and 18 evening and part-time students earned grades of 3.5 or better.
4,000 Students Apply For Fall [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
4,000 Students Apply For Fall More than 4,000 freshmen and transfer students have made application to the University for admittance for the fall quarter. Dr. Charles E. Atkinson, registrar, said the figure is almost double that of last year at the same time. He predicted, however, that only 2,800 will attend classes here in the fall. The decrease, he said, will be caused by lack of housing facilities both on campus and off. Any increase in this number will come from students who may wish to commute, he added.
Deadline Nears For Intramurals [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
Deadline Nears For Intramurals Registration for intramural competition for the first summer session will continue through next week. Richard P. Paskert, director of the Intramural program, said there are still openings in golf, tennis and Softball. Students may register for the sports in room 166, Memorial gymnasium. Schedules will be announced after entries are completed. All equipment for the sports will be furnished except tennis rackets and golf balls.
KSU SUMMER NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
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, 109 Merrill hall, by Friday noon to be included in the issue of the following Thursday. The Summer News office phone number is 272. Letters to the editor are welcome but must be signed. The writer's name will be withheld upon request.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
Working with clay in an Industrial Arts 300 class, Industrial Arts for Children, are, left to right, Ruth Thompson, Tallmadge, Ruth Kiehl, Upper Sandusky, and Betty Armour, Toronto. The students will work with a variety of materials, including leather and plastic, throughout the five-week course.
Cruises, Tours And Plays On Schedule For Wright's 21st New York City Trip [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
Cruises, Tours And Plays On Schedule For Wright's 21st New York City Trip The 21st KSU New York tour is scheduled for September 9 to 14, according to Prof. G. Harry Wright, director of the semi-annual tours. The group will leave Kent by special train at 6:17 p.m. Friday September 9, arriving in New York early Saturday morning. Four full days and evenings will be spent in New York before entraining for the return trip at midnight September 13. Saturday activities will include a four-hour lecture motor coach tour of Manhattan, a boat trip to the Statue of Liberty and a trip to the observation tower at the top of the Empire State building. Saturday night is free for attendance at the theatre or other entertainment. On Sunday the tourists will board a steamer for an all-day boat and motor coach tour to West Point where they will receive a guided inspection of the Military academy. Tourists who choose to stay in New York on Sunday may attend an offBroadway play in Greenwich village in th...
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
CAMPUS CALENDAR JUNE 30 SUMMER TOUR. Thompson Products Auto Album and Aviation Museum. Tour leaves from Union at 1 p.m. JULY 1 SUMMER ARTISTS SERIES. Richard Ellsasser, Concert Organist, and Cynthia Gooding, Ballad Singer. 8:30 p.m. University Auditorium. 4 INDEPENDENCE DAY. No classes. 5 SUMMER ARTISTS SERIES. Cleveland Summer Orchestra under the direction of Louis Lane. 8:30 p.m. Memorial Gymnasium. 6 ALL-UNIVERSITY SUMMER PICNIC. 5 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 may be obtained at Student Activities Office, 118 Kent Hall. SUMMER TOUR. Geological tour through the Cuyahoga Gorge Park. Tour leaves from Union at 1 p.m. 7 CONFERENCE. American Red Cross Conference for County Secretaries. Headquarters, 201 Union. * Tickets for Summer Artists Series are available to students at anytime by calling in person at the Extension Division Office in the Administration Building. y Regist...
Students Must Register Cars [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 30 June 1960
Students Must Register Cars All summer session students must register their automobiles with the campus police and park in one of the three student lots during school hours. Deadline for registration is 4 p.m. tomorrow. A $2.00 fee will be charged for late registration. Student lots are located east of the football stadium, behind Moulton hall, and at the intersection of Terrace drive and Summit street. There is no charge for vehicle registration.
Anniversary Observance Ends After Year's Run [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 7 July 1960
Anniversary Observance Ends After Year's Run Kent State university 50 years old this year will close out its J year-long anniversary observance [ with the lowering of the Semicen- | tennial flag following summer comj mencement exercises. The anniversary year officially opened with the raising of the flag on Oct. 15. Since that time a full program of activities has been held to "acquaint the public with our storied and significant past and project for them a picture of a brilliant and , aggressive future." Brought to the campus to participate in the observance were outstanding scholars, including Henry Steele Commager, who currently is teaching a class in history. Convocations commemorating the various colleges, their achievements and their future challenges were held, climaxed by the President's convocation at which Dr. Novice G. Fawcett, president of Ohio State university, was the featured speaker. Learned societies, conventions, clinics and conferences also were attracted to the U...
Blood Donors Give 464 Pints [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 7 July 1960
Blood Donors Give 464 Pints A total of 464 pints of blood were donated to the Red Cross Bloodmobile during its three visits to the campus during the 1959-60 school year. The 464 pints of blood represent an average of almost 155 pints a visit. The quota for a visit is 120 pints. Since the Bloodmobile began visiting the campus in 1952, 3,393 pints of blood have been given. This represents an average of 143 pints a visit for the 22 dates. The University's average is the highest on record among participating units in the Portage county blood program. The November, 1958, visit set a record for donations in the county with 177 pints. Although the record has since been broken it still remains as the third highest total ever recorded. Benjamin G. McGinnis is Bloodmobile coordinator.
Mezzo-Soprano Sings Tuesday In Auditorium [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 7 July 1960
Mezzo-Soprano Sings Tuesday In Auditorium Mezzo-soprano Betty Allen will present a concert at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the University auditorium. The concert will be the fourth program of the Summer Artists series. The program is open to students and the public without charge. Tickets may be obtained in the main corridor adjacent to Wills gymnasium all day today and tomorrow, and through Tuesday in the extension division office in the Administration building. Miss Allen's songs will include "My Mother Bids Me Bind My Hair" by Haydn, "She Never Told Her Love" by Haydn, "Come and Trip It" by Handel, "Marie" by Franz, "Dies und Das" by Franz, "Ich Trage Meine Minne" by Strauss, "Zueignung" by Strauss, "Voi, che sapete" from the "Marriage of Figaro" by Mozart, "O Don Fatale" from "Don Carlo" by Verdi, Three arias from "Porgy and Bess" by Gershwin, "Let Us Break Bread Together," arranged by William Lawrence, "My God Is So High," arranged by Hall Johnson, "Ezek'el Saw De Wheel," arranged by M...
Veterans Sign After August 1 [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 7 July 1960
Veterans Sign After August 1 Veterans attending the University under the Korean G.I. Bill will not sign monthly certifications until the first week of August. Benjamin G. McGinnis, coordinator of Veterans affairs, said veterans may sign the certifications from Aug. 1 to 5. This will cover the 10 days of classes in June and those during the month of July, he explained. Veterans not planning to attend the second summer session may sign the certifications the last week of the first term. There is no sign up at the present time, said McGinnis. He also cautioned veterans to be sure they are registered with his office for education benefits under the bill. He said many students fail to register during general registration periods and find they are not eligible for benefits. The veteran's office is located in 118 Kent hall.
Trustees Appoint 13 To University Faculty [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 7 July 1960
Trustees Appoint 13 To University Faculty Appointment of 13 new faculty members at the University, including a visiting scholar from Japan, was authorized recently by the board of trustees upon the recommendation of President George A. Bowman. The board also approved Dr. Walter B. Barbe as head of the department of special education and professor of education. He replaces Dr. Lotar V. Stahlecker, acting department head, who has accepted a Fulbright grant to teach in Finland next year. Dr. Barbe is currently director of the reading center and professor of education at the University of Chattanooga. He taught education for one year at Kent. He also taught at Baylor university, Northwestern university and in the Miami, Florida, school system. His three degrees, including the bachelor's master's and doctor's are from Northwestern. The visiting scholar in secondary education is Dr. Hiroshi Abe. He has been a research assistant in education at Kyushu university, where he received his bach...
Abuaud Speaks To Math Group [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 7 July 1960
Abuaud Speaks To Math Group Prof. Cesar Abuaud, a visiting Fulbright scholar at the University of Chicago, will present two lectures this week at the Summer Mathematics institute. He will speak at 7 p.m. today and tomorrow in Verder hall. Prof. Abuaud is currently writing a textbook on modern algebra for students at the University of Chile, where he was a professor of mathematics until receiving the Fulbright grant.
400 Women On Waiting Lists For Rooms In Residence Halls [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 7 July 1960
400 Women On Waiting Lists For Rooms In Residence Halls Freshmen women students who want on-campus housing for September at Kent State University are being accepted on a waiting list basis. About 400 women are now on the waiting list, while 635 others have their room reservations. There is still space available for first-year men students, provided they are academically qualified. Because applications by early April exceeded residence hall spaces for first-year women, additional applications were placed on a waiting list pending final determination of room assignments on July 9This year, for the first time, Kent is accepting applications for on-camp-us housing only from students with satisfactory academic records. Incoming freshmen students must have high school records that are above C-minus or in the upper twothirds of their graduating class. Kent students on academic probation will not be housed on-carapus. Students not academically qualified for on-campus housing have to seek ap...