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Hyatt Playing On S.A. Team [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 25 August 1960
Hyatt Playing On S.A. Team Former Kent State university basketballer, Dale Hyatt, is back on the courts again, but this time for the Catholic university of Santiago, Chile. Hyatt, 6-8, 225 pounder, was on the Kent varsity for the 1957-58 and 1958-59 seasons. He graduated from Coventry high school, near Akron, and joined Kent State university coach Bill Bertka, then at Hancock Junior college in California. In the 1956-57 season for Hancock, he scored 507 points. He came to Kent when Bertka was named head basketball coach in 1957. While at Kent, he was hampered by leg injuries. Hyatt will remain in Chile for two years as a player and coach. Under the student exchange program he is studying education and Spanish. According to Chilean rules he will be allowed to play on the varsity basketball team and coach lower division teams.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 25 August 1960
The stage in the new $3.5 million Music and Speech cetner is a maze of ropes, chains and cables as work continues to ready the center for the opening of classes for fall quarter. In addition to this 500-seat auditorium, the center will contain a 350-seat recital hall for the school of music. The center represents the largest building project ever undertaken on the KSU campus.
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 25 August 1960
CAMPUS CALENDAR AUGUST 25 SUMMER ARTISTS SERIES. Second Summer Session Choir will present program. 8:15 p.m. University School auditorium. 26 SECOND SUMMER TERM CLOSES. 27 ACADEMIC PROCESSION. Trustees, faculty and graduating class 9:30 a.m. Memorial gymnasium. FORTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL SUMMER COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. 10 a.m. Memorial Gymnasium. SEPTEMBER 16 MEETING OF NEW FACULTY. 1:30 p.m. 17 REGISTRATION. Saturday and evening students. 8 a.m. to noon Wills gymnasium. DEPARTMENTAL AND COLLEGE FACULTY MEETINGS. Departmental, 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. College, 10:30 a.m. to noon. 19 REGISTRATION. Upperclassmen. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. NEW STUDENT WEEK BEGINS 20 REGISTRATION. Upperclassmen. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 21 REGISTRATION. Freshmen. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 22 CLASSWORK BEGINS. REGISTRATION. Saturday and evening students. 6 to 8 p.m.
KSU Meets BW At Berea; Opens With OU At Home [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 25 August 1960
KSU Meets BW At Berea; Opens With OU At Home Kent State University's Golden Flashes will open their 1960 football schedule with a night game against Baldwin-Wallace at Berea on Satur- day, Sept. 24. Game time is 8 p.m. The first home game on the schedule will send the Flashes against Ohio University at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, in Memorial stadium. The Flashes will play a nine-game schedule with four home games and five on the road. In addition to Ohio university, Kent will host Marshall, Oct. 15, Toledo, Oct. 29 and Western Michigan, Nov. 5. Freshmen day is scheduled for the Ohio university game. Band day for the Marshall contest, ROTC and Dad's day for the Toledo game and Homecoming will be with Western Michigan. Kent will be on the road Oct. 8 at Miami, Oct. 22 at Bowling Green, Nov. 11 at Louisville and Nov. 19 at Dayton. Season tickets and reserved seats for single games may be ordered from Chester A. Williams, Athletic Department, Kent State university.
Artist Series Will Open Tonight KSU To Feature 13 Free Summer Series Programs 'Poet of Piano' To Perform 8:30 Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
Artist Series Will Open Tonight KSU To Feature 13 Free Summer Series Programs 'Poet of Piano' To Perform 8:30 Tonight Thirteen programs, including two appearances by the Cleveland Summer Orchestra, will make up the 1961 Summer Artists Series at the University. Designed to enrich the educational, social and cultural life of students and the general public, the series is offered free of charge. All programs start at 8:30 p.m. unless otherwise indicated. Pianist Carmen Cavallaro and ensemble will open the series June 21 with selections of classical and popular music. On June 29 ballad singer Cynthia Gooding will present a program of international folk songs. The two performances of the Cleveland Summer Orchestra will be July 6 and August 8. Louis Lane will conduct. Also presenting two programs will be the Kent Music Camp Band and Chorus directed by Edward L. Masters. Performances July 16 and July 22 will both be at the Open Air Theatre at 3 p.m. On July 13 the spotlight will turn to Th...
Police To Register Student Autos [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
Police To Register Student Autos Summer session students are required to register their automobiles with the university police office according to Don Schwartzmiller. campus security officer. Upon registering the automobile the student will be given a decal that will designate the lot in which the car may be parked during class hours. The university police office is located at the east entrance to Wills Gymnasium.
University Plans Hearing On Opening New Center [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
University Plans Hearing On Opening New Center Plans are underway to provide college instruction to another segment of Northeastern Ohio through the facilities of the University's Extension Service. A public meeting will be held at 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Euclid High School to explore the feasibility of opening an Extension Center in that city in September. The investigation of the desirability of establishing an Extension Center in Euclid was authorized by the University's Board of Trustees at its meeting earlier this month. At that meeting the Euclid Board of Education's request for the services of the University was presented. If the proposed Extension Center in Euclid becomes a reality it will be the University's 12th offcampus school. A similar survey was completed in Wadsworth earlier this month and the response resulted in plans for the staffing of an Extension Center there in September. According to F. Leslie Speir, director of extension services, it is expected that both Eucl...
Math Institute Gets Started [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
Math Institute Gets Started Fifty-two high school teachers from six states have been selected to attend Kent State University's third summer institute in mathematics. The eight-week institute, which began Monday, is designed to improve the teaching of mathematics. Courses offered are geometry for teachers, modern high school mathematics and theoretical arithmetic. Director of the institute, supported by a $67,500 grant from the National Science Foundation, is Dr. Kenneth B. Cummins, associate professor of mathematics at Kent. The institute lecturers are Dr. Cummins, Dr. George Lewis, head of the mathematics department at Clarion State College, and Russell Y. Iwanchuk, associate professor of mathematics at Kent.
All Campus Picnic, July II; Tickets Go On Sale Today [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
All Campus Picnic, July II; Tickets Go On Sale Today The Sixth Annual All University Picnic will be held July 11 at the Engleman Picnic Grounds, east of Johnson Hall. Tickets went on sale this morning in the Student Activities Office, 118 Kent. This year tickets have been reduced from $1.20 to $1 for adults. Tickets for children, 12 and under, will again sell for 60c. ''Golden fried chicken basket" tops this years menu. Other food treats for the picnic-goers will include potato salad, cinnamon glazed donuts, ice cream, potato chips, watermelon, pink lemonade, coffee, milk and an assorted relish tray. The affair is open to all students, faculty and administrative personnel and their families. In addition to the picnic dinner there will be games for children and adults.
Trustee Board Approves 24 Faculty Appointments [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
Trustee Board Approves 24 Faculty Appointments Dr. J. Keith Varney, director of Kent State's Cleveland Center for the past three years, will become the assistant dean for administrative services in the College of Education on July 1. His appointment was among 24 approved by the Board of Trustees and announced recently by President George A. Bowman. A member of the Kent faculty since 1953, Dr. Varney formerly taught at the University of Nebraska and was a teacher and public school administrator in Kansas and Nebraska. His bachelor of arts degree is from Kansas Wesleyan and his master of arts and doctor of philosophy degrees from the University of Nebraska. New director of the Cleveland Center will be James B. Skellenger, a member of the education faculty at Adelphi College in New York. He also will be instructor in sociology. Skellenger was formerly with the placement office at Fenn College and did accounting work for Standard Oil Company of Ohio. His bachelor of arts degree is from ...
Language Teachers In Special Program [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
Language Teachers In Special Program Thirty-six public and private school teachers from 13 states are attending Kent State University's Spanish Language Institute. The seven-week language Institute which began Monday is supported by a 551,000 grant provided by the National Defense Education Act. The program is designed primarily to provide instruction for teaching Spanish to elementary pupils. Dr. Charles F. Kirk, associate professor of foreign languages, is in charge of the program. The states represented by the teachers are Ohio, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
The KSU SUMNER NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
The KSU SUMNER NEWS The Kent State University Summer News is published weekly hy the Extension Service and Special Activities office as a means of keeping students and faculty informed of activity at the University. Regular publication day will be Thursday. Copy must be turned into Richard P. Goodrick at the offices of the Summer News, 109 Merrill Hall, by Friday noon to be included in issue of the following Thursday. The Summer News office phone number is 272.
KSU Speech Institute Will Open Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
KSU Speech Institute Will Open Thursday Thirty high school sophomores and juniors will receive training this summer at Kent State University to help them with leadership in speech activities at their schools next fall. The group will attend the university's 26th annual High School Institute in Speech, June 22 to July 14, under the auspices of Kent's school of speech. Training will be offered in debate, dramatics, and broadcasting. As part of the study, pupils will discuss the topic of the 1961-62 national high school debate, "Resolved: That the Federal Government Should Equalize Educational Opportunities by Means of Annual Grants to the Several States for Public Primary and Secondary Education." Several one-act plays will be presented by pupils in the play production program, while those enrolled in the radio workshop will work in the University's radio and TV studios. From the debate group, four finalists will be chosen to debate the national high school topic. Later, the finalists...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE. A $20,000 remodeling and restocking of the Student Union book store are being completed. Remodeling changed the store from the type at the left where students had to request books from the clerks to the open self-service store pictured at the right. Under the new arrangement browsing is not only permitted, but encouraged according to James Shaw, manager. A limited list of school supplies and a large selection of paperback books have been added to the store's stock. Previously only text books were sold.
More Than 100 Attend Photojournalism Course [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
More Than 100 Attend Photojournalism Course More than 100 photographers and editors attended the 20th Annual Kent State Photojournalism Short Course June 13-16. They came from 18 states, the District of Columbia, Canada and Indonesia to take part in the four-day program. Herbert Keppler, executive editor of Modern Photography magazine, was keynote speaker. In his talk entitled "Photojournalism —Dream or Nightmare" Keppler said that New York City has a surplus of photographers attempting to "break into the big time," yet a shortage of industrial photographers exists. Other noted experts in the field of photojournalism discussed a variety of subjects ranging from "Photography As The Language of the Architect" to"The Santa Maria Incident," the wildest chase in the history of photojournalism. Speakers at the internationally known photojournalism workshop included Gean Baron, photographer, Louisville (Ky.) Cour-ier-journal; William C. Baughman, manager of Foto/Find Picture Agency, Clevel...
CAMPUS CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
CAMPUS CALENDAR. JUNE 21 CHANGE OF PROGRAM. 8:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M. Entrance to Wills Gym. SUMMER ARTISTS SERIES. 8:30 P.M. Carmen Cavallaro and Ensemble will present program. University Auditorium. FILM SERIES. Spanish Institute Film, "Flamenco." 8:00 P.M. I 14 Van Deusen Hall. 22 CHANGE OF PROGRAM. 8:00-3:00 P.M. Entrance to Wills Gym. CONFERENCE. Advanced Placement Physics Conference in cooperation with the College Entrance Examination Board. Featured speaker Dr. Lynn U. Albers, Head of the Machine Computing Branch, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, will speak on "The Exciting World of Giant Brains." Conference Headquarters: 117 University Library. INSTITUTE. Twenty-sixth Annual High School Institute in Speech. Program includes training in various phases of debate, public speaking, dramatic art, radio and television. Institute Headquarters: 204 Music and Speech Center, (through July 14). 26 WORKSHOP. Trade and Industry Cosmetology Workshop. Workshop Headquarters: 202 Van...
Gym Swimming Pool Open Daily for Students, Faculty [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
Gym Swimming Pool Open Daily for Students, Faculty Memorial Gymnasium's swimming pool will be available to both students and faculty members from 3 to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, during the summer session. Frank Ballenger, secretary of the Division of Health, Physical Education and Athletics, said the only charge would be an initial registration fee of $l. "Once a person pays SI for a swimming permit, he or she will be allowed to use the pool as often as desired during the regular hours," Ballenger explained. Again this year faculty family night at the pool will be on Fridays, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Ample locker space and shower facilities are available. No swimming permits will be sold at the pool, Ballenger said. Students and members of the faculty may pay their $1 fee and pick up their swimming permit in Room 154, Memorial Gymnasium, any weekday. Office hours are from 8 to noon and 1 to 4 p.m.
Educators To Study Early Placement Of Talented Teens [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 21 June 1961
Educators To Study Early Placement Of Talented Teens Advanced placement of secondary school pupils in college and university physics programs will be discussed at a nation-wide meeting of educators at Kent State. A three-day conference on the 1961 National Advanced Placement Program begins tomorrow. It is jointly sponsored by the University and the College Entrance Examination Board. John J. Kamerick, dean of the College of Fine and Professional Arts, is conference chairman. The Kent State meeting is one of nine on different fields of the National Advanced Placement Program to be held in various parts of the United States this summer. According to Dean Kamerick, the purpose of these conferences is to promote understanding of the program and to improve communications between secondary schools and colleges and universities. Dr. Lynn U. Albers, head of the machine computing branch of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, will talk on "The Exciting World of Giant Brains" at...