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KSU Music Groups Plan Performance [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
KSU Music Groups Plan Performance A concert featuring songs by and for Americans will be presented by the Kent State University Summer School Choir and Orchestra beginning at 8:15 tomorrow evening in the University School auditorium. Tickets for the concert will be available all day today and tomorrow at a desk in the main corridor adjacent to Wills gymnasium. Tickets also are available at the desk for the performance of Vronsky and Babin, duo-pianists, on July 28. Folksinger James Hilton Luce will be a special soloist. He will sing a group of American folksongs and ballads, assisted in several numbers by the choir. Luce is originally from Ashtabula and was graduated from Dartmouth college and New England Conservatory of Music. He is teaching folk singing and classical guitar on the Kent campus this summer. Mrs. Margaret Palmieri, soprano, and Robert Hyde Morrison, baritone, will be soloists for John Ireland's "Greater Love Hath No Man." Mrs. Palmieri, a member of the school of musi...
Vets Finishing To Sign Forms [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
Vets Finishing To Sign Forms Veterans not returning to the University for the second summer session may sign their monthly certifications in the veteran's office, 118 Kent hall, according to Benjamin G. McGinnis, coordinator of veterans affairs. The certifications will cover the period from the start of classes in June through the first session. Veterans planning to attend the second session will not sign certifications until the first week in August, said McGinnis.
Approve 2,492 New Students For Fall Term [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
Approve 2,492 New Students For Fall Term A total of 2,492 freshmen and transfer students have been approved for admission to the University for the fall quarter. Dr. Charles E. Atkinson, registrar, said that admissions are running 37 per cent higher than last year at this time. A breakdown on the applicants shows that 1,258 freshmen women and 1,098 freshmen men have been admitted in addition to 81 male transfers and 55 female transfer students. Dr. Atkinson said he still has 2,673 incomplete applications for admission on file, which brings the total number of applications to 5,165. However, he said he does not expect to have more than 2,500 new students enrolled when fall quarter begins. Residence halls are filled, he said, and very little off-campus housing is available. The majority of the students already accepted have been housed on campus, he said. This year for the first time Kent accepted applications for on-campus housing only from students with satisfactory academic records...
Forty Teachers Attend Clinic [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
Forty Teachers Attend Clinic More than 40 teachers will begin a three-week workshop July 25 at the University designed to help them understand the nature and source of moral and spiritual values and how these values may be developed in public school systems. The program, which runs until August 14, is sponsored jointly by the University and the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Workshop participants will make field trips to four churches. They will visit the First Methodist Church, Cuyahoga Falls; Temple -on - theHeights, Cleveland Heights; St. John College's church, Cleveland; and Cathedral of Tomorrow, Cuyahoga Falls. The workshop will also attempt to explore problems of school teachers and administrators in the development of moral and spiritual character in their pupils. Dr. Gerald Read, professor of education at Kent, is director of the workshop.
Five Contracts Totaling $2,042,866 Approved For New Residence Halls [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
Five Contracts Totaling $2,042,866 Approved For New Residence Halls Contracts totaling $2,042,866 for two men's residence halls at Kent State University have been approved by the board of trustees. Construction is to start next month, with completion scheduled for September, 1961. Building funds have been borrowed by the University from the U. S. Housing and Home Finance agency and will be re-paid from housing income. There will be no cost to the state of Ohio. The two halls, each housing 375 men, will complete the men's residence hall quadrangle. The fourstory brick structures will be named for the late Charles H. Lake, former board member, and the late Dr. David Olson, former geography head. Low bidders include: General work, Alger-Rau and Associates, Inc., Cleveland, $1,569,958; Heating and ventilating, Spohn Heating and Ventilating company, Akron, $133,270; Plumbing, Kraus Plumbing and Heating company, Akron, $146,500; Electrical, Lake Erie Electric, Inc., Lorain, $162,150; Elev...
Enrollment For Second Session Expected To Drop To 2,500 [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
Enrollment For Second Session Expected To Drop To 2,500 Approximately 2,500 full-time students are expected to register for the second summer session which begins next week, according to Dr. Charles E. Atkinson, registrar. This figure does not include those who will attend the various workshops on campus during the second session. If the second session enrollment reaches this total, more than 6,500 students will have been enrolled for the two sessions. A total of 4,081 students attended the first term. Last year's enrollment for the second summer term was 2,300 and in 1958, 2,100 registered for the second session. Tomorrow is the final day to complete registration. After that time, a late fee will be charged.
Morbito Gets AIA Position [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
Morbito Gets AIA Position Prof. Joseph F. Morbito, head of the architecture department at the University, has been reappointed by the American Institute of Architects to serve as preservation officer for northeastern Ohio. His three-year term ends in the spring of 1963As preservation officer Prof. Morbito investigates and records structures of historical and architectural significance in the area. During the past three years, he has catalogued 33 buildings, mostly churches, as outstanding examples of Western Reserve architecture.
Pulitzer Prize Winner Speaks At Press Clinic [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
Pulitzer Prize Winner Speaks At Press Clinic A Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist will head the list of guest speakers at the second annual School Press Institute for high school journalists and their advisors at the University July 24-30. Edward D. Keukes, chief editorial cartoonist of the Cleveland Plain Dealer since 1949, will speak at the Monday session of the institute. His topic: "So You Can't Draw A Straight Line Either." A multi-award winner, Keukes also won the first Freedoms foundation award in 1949, placed second the following year and was awarded first place again in 1957. He has also won the Freedoms foundation Distinguished Service a - ward in 1959, The American Newspaper guild first place Heywood Brown Trophy in 1958, the Governor's award in 1953 and two U. S. Treasury Department awards the Presidential Prayer citation in 1954 and the George M. Humphrey medal in 1957. Other speakers at the institute will be Murray Powers, managing editor of the Akron Beacon Journal and...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
Vitya Vronsky and Victor Babin, duo-pianists, will appear in concert next week in the University auditorium. The program is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. July 28. Tickets will be available today and tomorrow from a desk in the main corridor adjacent to Wills gymnasium and from the extension division office through next Thursday.
Three In B. A. Register All A's [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
Three In B. A. Register All A's Three students led the dean's list in the college of business administration at Kent State University with 4.0 or perfect grades during the spring quarter. Dean Stanley C. Vance said a total of 189 students earned places on the list with 3.0 academic averages or better for the period. Three point represents B work. Students with perfect grades are: Lynn K. Jones, Mantua; Wayne W. Creamer, Martins Ferry; and Raymond A. Mantle, Perry.
Taylor Becomes Head Of Rotary [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
Taylor Becomes Head Of Rotary William Taylor, chairman of the University's school of journalism, recently was named president of the Kent Rotary club. Taylor, who was chairman of the University's Semicentennial observance, will head the club during its fortieth anniversary year. The July issue of Rotary's magazine, "The Rotarian," carried an article by Taylor titled "What Does Your Town Think of You."
Third Annual Tennis Meet Set Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
Third Annual Tennis Meet Set Saturday The third annual Seaway Tennis tournament, sponsored by the Kent State university athletic department, will be held on the University campus this weekend, July 23-24 and next weekend, July 30-31. Tournament play, which will be held on the Engleman hard surface tennis courts, is open to all area amateur tennis players. Play will be divided into six divisions: men's singles and doubles, veterans' doubles (age 45 and over), junior boys' and girls' singles (age 18 and under), and women's singles. Returning to defend their titles will be 1959 winners Charlie Thomas, former Cincinnati city champ now of Cleveland, men's singles; Glen Barker and Leon Yarnell, New Philadelphia, men's doubles; Bob Archer, Cuyahoga Falls, junior boys'; and Ed Morris, Warren, and Bill Nagy, Cleveland, veterans' doubles. In the women's division Martha Zavoda, Canton, is defending champ and Nancy Wilbert, Cuyahoga Falls, is defending champ in the junior girls' division single...
Two In F&PA Get Four Points [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
Two In F&amp;PA Get Four Points Two students led the dean's list in the College of Fine and Professional Arts at Kent State University with 4.0 or perfect grades during the spring quarter. Dean John J. Kamerick said a total of 113 students earned places on the dean's list with 3-0 averages or better for the period. Three-point represents "B" work. Perfect grades were recorded by Raymond L. Gibson, Niles, and Rita M. Reymann, Akron.
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
CAMPUS CALENDAR JULY 21 PLACEMENT TESTS FOR NEW STUDENTS. 204 and 209 Merrill hall. CONCERT. Music camp students in solo and ensemble recital. 8 p.m. Lowry Music room. 22 REGISTRATION. For Second Summer Session. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wills gymnasium. Late fee charged after this date. 23 END OF FIRST SUMMER SESSION. CONCERT. Music camp students in concert featuring band and chorus. 3 p.m. Lowry Music room. 24 HIGH SCHOOL PRESS INSTITUTE. Provides instruction in all phases of school publication work with separate programs for pupils and teachers. Through July 30. 25 SECOND SUMMER SESSION BEGINS MORAL AND SPIRITUAL VALUES WORKSHOP. Sponsored by the College of Education and the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Workshop provides help for public school teachers in understanding the nature and source of moral and spiritual values and how they may be developed in public school situations. Through August 14. COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE TRAINING INSTITUTE. Course will emphasize testing, cou...
Golf, Tennis And Softball Play Begins [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
Golf, Tennis And Softball Play Begins In intramural activity during the past week Vic Pumo defeated James Barnard in golf 80 to 83 in 18 holes at Meadowview. In other golf activity Frank Pitrick defeated Bill Hudnal 98 to 99 for 18 holes. Softball action also got underway with the Boaters defeating the Bachelors 7 to 4. The line score for the Boaters was seven runs, six hits and 4 errors, and for the Bachelors, four runs, six hits and four errors. Dick Kelley was the winning pitcher and Chuck Naso the loser. Leading hitters for the Boaters were Vic Pumo who hit a home run in the seventh inning and Bill Dreifke who had two for three. Joe Topoly had two for four for the losers. In tennis, Bryan Tipple bested Chuck Spitale 6-1, 6-1. Students interested in intramural competition for the second summer session can sign up in the intramural office in Memorial gymnasium.
Fischer Named To Golf Post [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 July 1960
Fischer Named To Golf Post Julius 'Jay' Fischer has been appointed Kent State University golf coach, today succeeding Howard Morrette. Fischer has been on the Kent State faculty since the Fall of 1947 when he was named athletic director and basketball coach at Kent State's now disbanded Canton center. He has served as head track coach since 1954. He was graduated from Westlake high school in 1931 with nine high school letters and all-county honors in basketball. After graduation from Baldwin-Wallace in 1940, where he had starred in basketball and golf, he accepted a position as basketball and baseball coach at Zanesfield high school. Following four years in the service as an athletic director, Fischer joined the Ohio university staff in 1946 while working toward his masters degree. During the summer, he is the golf pro at the Meadowview golf course, where he is currently in his seventh season. Fischer has won the Mid-American Coaches Golf tournament in 1958-59-60. He will assume his...