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Signatures Due From Veterans [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 4 August 1960
Signatures Due From Veterans Veterans attending the University under the Korean G.I. Bill have until tomorrow at 4 p.m. to sign their monthly certifications for educational benefits, according to Benjamin G. McGinnis, coordinator of veterans affairs. McGinnis also urged veterans in school to be sure they have registered for benefits with his office. He said several failed to register as veterans during registration and therefore will not be eligible for benefits unless they sign. The veterans office is located in 118 Kent hall. The certifications will cover the 10 days of classes in June and those during the month of July, said McGinnis.
34 Teachers At Spiritual Values Clinic [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 4 August 1960
34 Teachers At Spiritual Values Clinic Thirty-four public school teachers are attending the University's annual workshop on moral and spiritual values. The three-week program is designed to help teachers understand the nature and source of moral and spiritual values and how they may be developed in public school situations. In addition to campus study and discussions, the workshop program includes field trips to St. John college in Cleveland, the Temple-on-the-Heights in Cleveland Heights and the Cathedral of Tomorrow in Cuyahoga Falls. Workshop director is Dr. Gerald Read, professor of education at Kent. Teachers attending the workshop are Justine R. Deiser, Mrs. Beula Kettering and Mrs. Florence Reidenbach, Ashland; Mrs. Hazel Johnson, Ashtabula; Lois Ewers, Berea; Lillian Brackin and Mrs. Florence Shane, Carrollton; Marguerite Haley, Dorothy Hraster, Mrs. Mary McPeek, Mrs. Dresden L. Sudberry and Mrs. Carol Taylor, Cleveland. Also attending are Mrs. Lucille Allen and David Lighte...
KSU SUMMER NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 4 August 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 — 4 August 1960
Richard Bentley, right, assistant professor of industrial arts, discusses a display designed for the pre-college conferences currently being conducted on campus with Gary Manson, an art major from Cuyahoga Falls. Bentley's class of 14 graduate and undergraduate students designed and built the display which has as its theme, "Kent Serves." Departments represented furnished the materials.
Trustees Make Seven Appointments To Kent State University's Staff [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 4 August 1960
Trustees Make Seven Appointments To Kent State University's Staff Seven Kent State university staff appointments have been approved by the board of trustees. Paul L. Fisher, Hudson, will be assistant purchasing agent. Since 1954 he has been with Lamson Sessions company in Kent and Cleveland. Fisher was personnel manager for the firm in Kent until May of this year when he moved to Cleveland to do administrative work. Before he joined Lamson Sessions, he was an interviewer with the Ohio State Employment service in Kent for nine years. He studied at Kent State university. Mrs. Rosemary D. Harrick, Kent, acting and assistant librarian of the Kent Free library, will be social studies division librarian. Mrs. Harrick received her bachelor of science and master of science in library sciences degrees from Kent. To be assistant order librarian is Mrs. Shirley B. Solvick, Ann Arbor, Mich., who has been a library assistant at the University of Michigan and Trinity college. She re- ceived her m...
Nine Members Resign From Faculty And Staff [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 4 August 1960
Nine Members Resign From Faculty And Staff Nine faculty and staff resignations have been approved by the Kent State University board of trustees. Dr. Raymond J. Ziegler, associate professor of industrial administration and production, will join the University of Illinois faculty, while Melvin G. Scarlett, assistant professor of journalism, will become dean of the college at Hastings college. Horace Hilb, social studies librarian, will be head librarian at Fredonia State Teachers college. Others resigning include Mrs. Sara B. Borodkin, assistant dean of women; Warren Howe, temporary instructor in English; Ashtabula Center; Robert MacAdamas-King, library assistant; Monica Sinnott, serials assistant in library; Robert L. Sorensen, assistant to director of the Union; Ralph M. Tutt, Jr., assistant order librarian; and Mrs. Arline Markussen Dugan, assistant professor of music. The latter has been on leave for several months. Mrs. Bess M. Koval, instructor in health and physical education,...
Malandro Gets Business Grant [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 4 August 1960
Malandro Gets Business Grant Rudolph Malandro, assistant professor of accounting at the University, will study operations of an Akron rubber company this summer under a grant from the Foundation for Economic Education. Under terms of the grant, Prof. Malandro is spending six weeks at Firestone Tire and Rubber company. Through interviews and personal observation, he will have an opportunity to study the company's departmental and overall organization. Prof. Malandro is one of 64 college and university faculty members who received grants from the foundation to study business operations in 44 firms throughout the country this summer. The grants are part of the foundation's college-business exchange program and are designed to better acquaint college teachers with current operations in private business.
Dr. Shaw: Real Estate Taxes Out Of Date As Davey Crockett [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 4 August 1960
Dr. Shaw: Real Estate Taxes Out Of Date As Davey Crockett "As out of date as Davey Crockett." That's the way Dr. Roger Shaw of the University pictures real estate taxes as the major source of public school revenue in Ohio. Writing in the current issue of the Ohio School Boards Journal, Dr. Shaw contended property taxes should be rehabilitated in the light of existing conditions. "In the day when a man's sub stance was measured by his acres, animals, slaves, and wives—the property tax was an appropriate means of tapping his tax-paying abilities," he said. "Today, however, with about 85 per cent of the country's income com- ing as wages and salaries, corporate and noncorporate profits, and proj fessional fees, it is increasingly obvious that a tax on dirt and improvements thereon as major sources of | school revenue is out of tune with \ the times," added Shaw. Dr. Shaw, professor of education and president of the Northeastern Ohio Teachers association, pointed out that while the prog...
19 Journalism Students Spend Summer Interning [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 4 August 1960
19 Journalism Students Spend Summer Interning Nineteen students in the University's school of journnalism are taking internships this summer to fulfill part of their requirements for graduation. The students are working on newspapers in Ohio and New York and on industrial publications and in public relations throughout the state. The internship in journalism was originated by William Taylor, chairman of the school of journalism, and it is one of the oldest of its type in the nation. Taylor visits each student and employer during the summer to check the student's work and progress. Students participating in the program this summer and their employers are: Steve Bandy, Courier-Tribune, Kent; Sadie Bonacci, Barberton Post; Jim Booth, Ashtabula Star-Beacon; Charles Carter, UPI, Cleveland, Marcia Castelli, United Appeal, Cleveland; Dick Edwards, United Fund, Akron; Robert Golden, Stow Press; Charles Hutz, Kent Courier-Tribune; Jack Lewis, Youngstown Vindicator. Also, David Meeker, Genera...
Tour Planned To Cleveland Testing Lab [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 4 August 1960
Tour Planned To Cleveland Testing Lab A tour of the American Gas Associations Laboratory in Cleveland is scheduled for next Wednesday, Aug. 10. The tour is the fifth in a series of tours scheduled for the two summer terms. The American Gas Associations laboratory is mantained by the Gas industry itself. Tourists will view exhausitive tests given all types of gas appliances. The tour will leave the Union building at 1 p.m., and is limited to 40 persons. Cost is $2.00 including transportation. The length of the tour is five hours including travel time. Mrs. Alberta S. Thompson, assistant professor of home economics is in charge. Reservations must be made in the office of the director of student activities at least two days prior to the tour day. The office is in 118 Kent hall. The final tour of the series will visit the Schantz Organ company in Orrville. This tour is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 17.
Fawcett Speaks To Math Group [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 4 August 1960
Fawcett Speaks To Math Group Dr. Harold P. Fawcett of Ohio State university will speak at 7 p.m. tomorrow at a reception for students and staff of the Mathematics Summer institute. Dr. Fawcett is well known for his work in mathematics education, and was recently president of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. He has authored several books and articles for teachers of mathematics. Dr. Francisco Miro Quesada talked to the group earlier in the week on the subject of teaching mathematics. Dr. Quesada is a member of the visiting foreign staff arranged by the National Science foundation. A native of Lima, Peru, he has written and taught in the field of mathematical logic. He has traveled in the Soviet Union and in Communist China. From the latter experience, he wrote a book, "The Other Half of the World," which was a best seller in Peru.
Sandy Huff Stars In Seaway Tourney; Fuller And Boyer Win Doubles Title [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 4 August 1960
Sandy Huff Stars In Seaway Tourney; Fuller And Boyer Win Doubles Title Blanford Fuller, a former University tennis star and winner of the Seaway men's singles championship, teamed with Bernard Boyer of Akron, to win the mens' doubles title during the second weekend of tourney play. Fuller and Boyer downed the defending champions, Glen Barker and Leon Yarnell of New Philadelphia, in straight sets, 6-3, 6-1. Sandy Huff, 17, of New Philadel- phia, won the junior girls title and will play in the final match for the women's singles crown Saturday. Miss Huff, five feet two inches tall, played a total of five matches in Sunday's competition. After qualifying for the finals of the junior girl's division, she ousted Martha Zavoda, last year's women's division titlest from Canton, to gain the championship round in the women's event. She defeated Miss Za- voda 6-3, 4-6, 6-3. In the finals of the junior girl's division she won from Joann Callas of Youngstown, 6-2, 6-1, in straight sets. Because...
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 4 August 1960
CAMPUS CALENDAR AUGUST 4 SUMMER ARTISTS SERIES. The Theatre Men, male octet, with Margaret Lukaszewski, soprano, and directed by Bernard Izzo, baritone. 8:30 p.m. University auditorium. 9 SUMMER ARTISTS SERIES. Cleveland Summer Orchestra, under the direction of Louis Lane, will present a program. 8:30 p.m. Memorial Gymnasium. 10 SUMMER TOUR. American Gas Association Laboratory. Tour leaves from Union at 1 p.m. * Tickets for Summer Artists Series are available to students at anytime by calling in person at the Extension Division Office in the Administration Building. ■}• Registration for Summer Tours may be made in the Office of the Director of Student Activities, 118 Kent Hall.
'All The World's A Stage' Next In Summer Series [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
'All The World's A Stage' Next In Summer Series Mary Rose McMaster and John Aranson will appear in a program, "All the World's a Stage," at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the University auditorium. The program will feature an evening of dramatic readings and speeches selected from Shakespeare's plays. Tickets for the program will be available today and tomorrow at a desk in the corridor adjacent to Wills gymnasium and through Tuesday in the extension division office. The program is part of the Summer Artists series and it is open to the public without charge. The husband and wife team, now touring the country as the "Strolling Players of America,"have appeared in leading theatres throughout the world. Mary Rose McMaster is a daughter of Anew McMaster, Ireland's foremost Shakespearean actor-man-ager. She began her career in the theatre in her father's company and has played such Shakespearean roles as Ophelia, Desdemona, Jessica, Cordelia, Lady Anne and Juliet. She has appeared in principal ! ...
Graduate Chemistry Program To Expand For Fall Quarter [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
Graduate Chemistry Program To Expand For Fall Quarter Expansion of the graduate program in chemistry at Kent State university has been announced by Dr. Glenn H. Brown, new head of the chemistry department. He said two courses are being added to the curriculum in September in response to requests from industrial chemists who desire additional graduate work. The courses include "Coordination Compounds," which will be taught by Dr. Brown, and "Kinetics and Mechanisms of Organic Reactions," to be taught by Dr. Jay E. Taylor, associate professor of chemistry. The schedule for these courses will be ar- ranged after registration. In further response to requests from industry, two other courses carrying graduate credit are being scheduled for late afternoon. "Advanced Inorganic Chemistry" (Chem. 460) will be offered at 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and will be taught by Dr. R. Thomas Myers, assistant professor of chemistry. "Advanced Organic Chemistry" (Chem. 480) will be offere...