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Ernest Lindley, Newsweek, Speaks At Graduation [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
Ernest Lindley, Newsweek, Speaks At Graduation Ernest K. Lindley, television commentator and Washington columnist, will speak at Kent State university's 47th annual summer commencement, Aug. 27. The ceremony, which begins at 10 a.m. in Memorial Gymnasium, will be the final event in the University's year-long semicentennial celebration. President George A. Bowman will award 661 graduate and undergraduate degrees. There are 284 candidates for master's degrees. Candidates for undergraduate degrees include: College of Arts and Sciences, 63; College of Business Administration, 75; College of Education, 209; and College of Fine and Professional Arts, 30. Lindley, director of the Washington bureau of Newsweek magazine, received his bachelor of arts degree from University of Idaho and was a Rhodes Scholar to Oxford university in England. While in college, Lindley edited a small-town newspaper for a time and, on returning from England in 1924, went to work as a reporter for the Wichita Beaco...
'Salesman' Ends Movie Series [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
'Salesman' Ends Movie Series "Death of a Salesman," starring Frederick March, Cameron Mitchell, Mildred Dunnock and Kevin McCarthy, will be the final Film Classic for the 1960 Summer term. The film will be presented at 2:30 and 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16, in the University School auditorium. March plays the salesman who desperately wants to be liked, knowing that his living depends on it, but who lacks the integrity to win the admiration he covets.
Read Leads 53 Persons To U.S.S.R. [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
Read Leads 53 Persons To U.S.S.R. Changes brought about by recent educational reforms in the U.S.S.R. will be studied by a group of American educators who will leave this week for a visit to the Soviet Union. Fifty-three persons, including one from Canada and one from Pakistan, will make the trip, second of its kind in two years. Almost all are college professors or others whose work is of an international character. The field study will begin Aug. 13 and end Sept. 17 and will include visits to seven Soviet cities. Stops are planned in Moscow (Aug. 15), Alma Ata (Aug. 25), Samarkand (Aug. 30), Tashkent (Sept. 3), Stalingrad (Sept. 4), Tibilisi (Sept. 8), and Kharkov (Sept. 13). Except for Moscow and Kharkov, all the cities are near the southern border in the vicinity of the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. The current trip is patterned after one conducted in 1958 when 71 college professors toured the Soviet Union for a first-hand study of the country's educational system. It is being ...
Ashtabula Plans Meeting Today [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
Ashtabula Plans Meeting Today A program of "September Experience" for sophomore and junior students in the college of education will be conducted at the University's Ashtabula center from Sept. 7 through 21. A planning meeting for the program will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 tonight in the Library of the center. Students unable to attend but who are interested in the program must contact Dr. Roger T. Beitler, director of the center, before Monday, Aug. 15. All students in the college of education are required to complete the program before they are permitted to do any actual teaching. The program provides broad participation and observation for the students in elementary schools and high schools.
KSU's Ashtabula Center Plans For Fall Quarter [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
KSU's Ashtabula Center Plans For Fall Quarter Plans for the opening of the 196061 school year at the University's Ashtabula center, have been announced by Dr. Roger T. Beitler, director of the center. Beitler said freshmen and transfer students should submit their appropriate records, including an application, a high school record form, and an official transcript, if applicable, as soon as possible to insure a comprehensive listing of courses. All students, freshmen and sophomores, should seek counseling at the center for the purpose of filing official papers and to complete preregistration, said Beitler. The office is open for counseling and information from 8 a.m. to noon, and from 1 to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday evenings. The center will offer freshman and sophomore courses in the curricula areas in the college of arts and sciences, college of business administration, college of education and college of fine and professional arts. The sch...
KSU SUMMER NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 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.
24 In A & S Earn All A's For Spring [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
24 In A &amp; S Earn All A's For Spring Twenty-four students in the college of arts and sciences led the dean's list with 4.0 or perfect grades during spring quarter. Dean Eric N. Rackham said a total of 328 students earned places on the dean's list with academic averages of 3.0 or better. Three-point represents "B" work. Students earning perfect grades are Mrs. Madalene J. Lash, Akron; David Thomas, Barberton; Frank B. Molls, Cleveland; James M. Beardon, David E. Koltenbah and Michael G. Rechner, Cuyahoga Falls; George A. Kakis, Continental; Wayne J. Neel, Dillonvale; Rollin E. Steiner, Dover; and V. Margaret Light, Jeromesville. Also: Charles A. Bush, Victor Ch'iu and Manfred B. Kieser, Kent; James A. Kish and Daniel J. Murray, Maple Heights; Joan P. Koehler, North Industry; La verne D. Yut, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Robert Sicuro and Thomas J. Zavortink, Ravenna; Frances Allen and James H. Buxton, Stow; Norma J. Herman, Strasburg; Linda L. Graham, Tallmadge; and Carolyn A. Clark, ...
School Group Elects Shaw [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
School Group Elects Shaw Dr. Roger Shaw, professor of education at Kent and president of the Northeastern Ohio Teachers association, has been reelected regional secretary of the northeast region of the Ohio School Boards association. New officers were elected at the group's annual reorganization meeting at the University. Vance Bell, Avon Lake, was elected president. Bell, president of the Avon Lake Board of Education, succeeds Dr. E. Thomas Harnish, president of the Newton Falls School board. Other officers of the 2,000-mem-ber school board organization are: Jack Ripley, Leetonia, vice president; Paul E. Hakala, Ashtabula Harbor, treasurer; and John P. Tender, president of the Board of Education, Lorain, recording secretary. The Ohio School Boards association unites the governing bodies of the state school system. Major current project of the association is the promotion of the State House Conference on Education.
Tanimichi Sugita Presents Concert Wednesday Night [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
Tanimichi Sugita Presents Concert Wednesday Night Tanimichi Sugita, a summer student at the University, will present a piano recital at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17, in the University school auditorium. The concert will be sponsored by the Kent Internationals. Sugita's program will include "French Suite No. 5 in G. Major" by Bach, "Sonato in A Minor," (K310), by Mozart, "Konzertstuck" by Von Weber, "Deux Grand Etudes de Concert" by Liszt and "Suite Le Tombeau de Couperin" by Ravel. Sugita was born in Tokyo, Japan, and began studying music at the age of four under his mother's supervision. He made his first concert appearance at the age of seven in Japan and in 1957 received his diploma in piano from Tokyo's Conservatory of Music. He made his concert debut shortly after graduation and has appeared in concert in Denver and Chicago. He came to the United States to study at the Juilliard School of Music in New York City. He is currently on vacation from the school. Sugita's father, a poet ...
Army Selects Willa Singer [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
Army Selects Willa Singer Willa Ann Singer, a senior majoring in dietetics at the University, is currently working at Fitzsimons' General hospital in Denver, Colorado, on a six-week summer Practicum for dietetic students. The U. S. Army annually selects senior students in dietetics or related fields for the six-week training program at one of the large general hospitals throughout the country. During the program, Miss Singer will rotate among the various sections of the hospital's Food Service division. She will observe and assist in all phases of a large medical institutions food service. Fitzsimons' Food Service division prepares an average of 3,400 meals a day for patient and duty personnel. Her training will include ordering of basic food stuffs, preparing menus for special and normal diets, and actual preparation of meals.
Four To Share $1,000 Grant [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
Four To Share $1,000 Grant Four members of the accounting faculty at the University are doing graduate work with the help of a S 1,000 grant from Price-Waterhouse foundation. The foundation was created by the accounting firm to aid higher education. The grant to Kent was divided among the four faculty members to help pay tuition costs. They are Emmett W. Boyd, Rudolph Malandro, and Henri C. Pusker, all of whom are working toward doctoral degrees, and Homer J. Mottice, who is working toward his master's degree.
Warren Lahr Will Speak At Athletic Injury Clinic [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
Warren Lahr Will Speak At Athletic Injury Clinic Warren Lahr, former star halfback of the Cleveland Browns, will speak at the third annual Athletic Injury conference in Memorial gymnasium, Wednesday afternoon, August 17. Lahr will discuss "Football and Protection Against Major Injury from the Player's Standpoint." The injury conference is co-spon-sored by the University's division of health, physical education and athletics and the Portage County Medical society. Talks and question periods are scheduled from 1:30 to 4 p.m. First half of the session will be begun by Dr. Nathan Chang discussing "Anticipation of Athletic Injury"; followed by Dr. R. M. Dumm on "Heart in Relation to Participation in Athletics" and concluded by Dr. George Sprogis discussing the "Role of School Physician in Athletic Programs." Following an intermission, Kent State University trainer Otho Davis will demonstrate protective strapping, followed by Dr. R. P. McCormick discussing first aid on the field. Lahr wil...
Kaczor Gets Steel Group Study Grant [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
Kaczor Gets Steel Group Study Grant Economist Kaiph S. Kaczor of the University has been awarded a research grant from the American Iron and Steel institute to study economics programs in Ohio teacher education institutions. Purpose of the research is to determine the courses offered in economics by selected institutions with teach-er-education programs and the number of teachers who are or have taken courses in economics. Dr. Kaczor's study will be limited to a group of northeastern Ohio colleges and universities which graduate 100 or more teachers annually. Institutions selected are Kent State university, Akron university, Bald-win-Wallace college, Ashland college, Mount Union college, Western Reserve university and the University of Youngstown. Dr. Kaczor, who came to Kent in 1948, received his doctoral degree from Syracuse university. His bachelor of science and master of arts degrees are from Kent. For the past seven summers, he has directed an economic education workshop in Vo...
Ostlund Directs OSU Program [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
Ostlund Directs OSU Program Dr. Leonard A. Ostlund, who is teaching and counseling in the gov-ernment-sponsored High School Guidance and Testing institute at the University, has been reappointed evaluation director of the National Science foundation's academic-year institute at Oklahoma State tyIn teaching in the workshop on campus, Dr. Ostlund is using group dynamics techniques which he introduced in France when he was a Fulbright Visiting professor a year ago. In addition, Dr. Ostlund will begin writing three chapters on the history, philosophy and influence of French education for a book on international education.
Tourists To View Organ Construction [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
Tourists To View Organ Construction The final tour of the summer session will leave Wednesday, Aug. 17, for the Schantz Organ company in Orrville. Tourists will have the opportunity to see organs in various stages of construction, as well as to hear a lecture on the science of pitch. One of the features of the tour will be observing the construction of the organs which will be used in the new Speech and Music building at the University. The tour will leave the Union at 1 p.m. It is limited to 40 persons and the cost is $2.00. The tour will take four hours including travel time. Donald Miller, instructor of music, is in charge of the tour. Reservations for the tour must be made at least two days prior to the tour date in the office of the director of student activities, 118 Kent hall. Workmen lower a stone slab into place on what will be an outdoor concert stage for the new Speech and Music building on campus. The stage adjoins the school of music's indoor recital hall stage. The lar...
Golden Flashes Will Begin Fall Drills With 17 Lettermen From '59 Squad [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
Golden Flashes Will Begin Fall Drills With 17 Lettermen From '59 Squad Kent State's Golden Flashes will open fall football drills with twentyfour players including 17 lettermen—returning from last year's squad. The lettermen returning to Coach Trevor Rees' squad include tackles Bob Hall and Bob Alford and guard Wilmet Saenger, who were named to the 1959 All-Mid American conference second team. Other lettermen are Richard Barber, guard; Robert Burns, halfback; Joe Chapon, center; Tony DeCarlo, end; Joe Finding, guard; Marty Grosjean, halfback; John Heretta, quarterback; James Hoenig, halfback; Ron Marec, tackle; Larry McKenzie, halfback, Ray Shaker, halfback; Joe Thompson, halfback; Barney Wachtel, end; and Art Youngblood, center. More than half of the squad expected to turn out for practice will be composed of sophomores. Two of the sophomores, Jim Flynn, Toledo Central, and Arnold Edwards, Dayton Fairmont, are expected to fight it out for the quarterback position, along with John H...
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 11 August 1960
CAMPUS CALENDAR 15 EXHIBITION. Display of Cook Books. University Library Gallery. Through August 27. 16 SUMMER ARTISTS SERIES. 8:30 p.m. University Auditorium. John Aranson and Mary Rose McMaster in scenes from the plays of William Shakespeare. Program entitled "All the World's a Stage." FILM CLASSIC. 2:30 and 8 p.m. University School Auditorium. "Death of a Salesman," starring Frederick March, Cameron Mitchell, Mildred Dunnock and Kevin McCarthy. 17 SUMMER TOUR. Leaves Union at 1 p.m. Schantz Organ Company, Orrville, Ohio. 19 CONFERENCE. United Auto Workers, American Federation of Labor - Congress of Industrial Organizations Summer School. Union Building. Through August 19. * Tickets for Summer Artists Series are available to students at anytime by calling in person at the Extension Division Office in the Administration Building. 112 Registration for Summer Tours may be made in the Office of the Director of Student Activities, 118 Kent Hall.