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"Stalag 17" To Play Three Nights [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1961
"Stalag 17" To Play Three Nights The University Summer Theatre production of "Stalag 17" will open a three-day stand on Monday, July 17, in the E. Turner Stump Theatre. Earle E. Curtis, associate professor of speech, will direct an all-male cast in the a-ward-winning play. Tickets for the three performances are available without charge in the office of the Division of Extension and Special Activities on the balcony of the Administration Building. The play is being presented free as one of the 13 events on the 1961 Summer Artists Series at the University. Written by Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski, "Stalag 17" was originally staged on Broadway by Jose Ferrer. The comedymelodrama revolves around the antics of a group of American prisoners lodged in a German prison camp during World War 11. The men try to escape and also to embarrass and irritate their captors. Action is heightened when the prisoners hide a fellow American who faces serious punishment for sabotaging a train. Termed a...
Bob Doll New Kent Basketball Coach [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1961
Bob Doll New Kent Basketball Coach Bob Doll, assistant cage coach at Northwestern University, has been named by University officials to fill the post of head basketball coach at Kent State. He replaces Bill Bertka who resigned six weeks ago to return to California as recreational director for the city of Santa Barbara. Doll, who starred at Portsmouth High School and Miami University, is throughly schooled in the "controled fast break" type of play. This is the game techinique favored by his former boss and long time friend, Bill Rohr, the head basketball coach at Northwestern. Rohr and Doll have been on a coach and pupil relationship for approximately 14 years. Rohr was coaching at Portsmouth when Doll led the Trojans to the Southeastern District Championship in 1950. After graduation Doll went to Oxford and Rohr joined the Miami University faculty as head basketball coach a year later. Together they were part of a Miami basketball era which saw the Redskins win four conference titl...
Art Students Exhibit Work [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1961
Art Students Exhibit Work EXAMPLES OF WORK by students in Kent State University's School of Art will be exhibited in the Van Deusen Hall Gallery on campus through Sept. 23. The gallery is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays. The exhibits, which include painting, drawing, enameling, ceramics and photography, were chosen from assignments submitted in various art courses. John Balazs, (right) assistant professor of design and the gallery's director, designed the show. Two students, Maurice Mountain and Thomas Simmons, installed the exhibits.
The KSU SUMMER NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1961
The KSU SUMMER NEWS The Kent State University Summer News is published weekly by 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. Goodrich at the offices of the Summer News, 109 Merrill Hallby Friday noon to be included in issue of the following Thursday. The Summer News office phone number is 272.
125 Secretaries at Campus Workshop [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1961
125 Secretaries at Campus Workshop Secretarial responsibility was the theme of a workshop for more than 125 school secretaries Monday through Wednesday at Kent State University. The 17th Annual Workshop for Educational Secretaries was an inservice training program for personnel from elementary, high school, school administrators and school business offices throughout Ohio. Sponsor of the three-day program was the department of school system secretaries of the Ohio Association of Public School Employees in cooperation with the University's College of Business Administration and College of Education. Kent faculty addressing the group included Dr. Eleanor B. Brown, associate professor of office administration; Dr. Eric N. Rackham, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and Dr. Robert E. Hill, dean of the College of Business Administration. Miss Louise H. Wheeler, associate professor of office administration at Kent, was in charge of campus arrangements.
Free Service To Enlighten Teens [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1961
Free Service To Enlighten Teens Area junior and senior high school students as well as recent high school graduates who would like help in educational and vocational planning can get it next month at Kent State Univerjity. The program includes counseling, aptitude testing, interest inventories and occupational or educational information. It is available without charge. The counseling service is under the direction of Dr. Dwight Arnold, professor of education at Kent, and Dr. J. T. Winslow, director of Kent's guidance service.
Dr. Barbe's Book Guides Child's Reading Habits [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1961
Dr. Barbe's Book Guides Child's Reading Habits Each child learning to read should be allowed to chose his own books rather than be required to study the traditional class reader, according to a Kent State University educator. This theory of teaching reading is described in "Educator's Guide to Personalized Reading Instruction" by Walter B. Barbe, head of special education at Kent. Publisher is Prentice-Hall. The book covers the elementary field from the child just learning the alphabet to the advanced sixth grader who can read on the high school level. Dr. Barbe, who came to Kent a year ago, also is editor of a chapter on teaching gifted children to read in another new Pren-tice-Hall publication, "Curriculum Content for the Gifted." Before joining the Kent faculty, he was professor of education and director of the Junior League Reading Center at the University of Chattanooga. His bachelor of science, master of arts and doctor of philosophy degrees are from Northwestern University.
Stage Settings for "Stalag 17" Performance Test Technical Director's Resourcefulness [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1961
Stage Settings for "Stalag 17" Performance Test Technical Director's Resourcefulness Louis O. Erdmann, the technical director to the University summer theater's production of "Stalag 17," prefers experimentation to limited perfection. This is not to say Erdmann, instructor in the School of Speech, is not a perfectionist. He is. And one of his technical creations, the stage setting for last year's performance of the "Tempest," was selected by the American Educational Theatre Association as representative of the contemporaryscenic designs in the country. Photographs of this setting are currently being shown at the Academy of Arts in Vienna, Austria, with the association's traveling display of the best in educational theater work. The exhibit which includes costumes and other paraphenalia for which technical directors are responsible will be shown in this country during the next school year. Limited perfection, according to Erdmann, refers to technical directors who work in the profess...
Fee Deadline Set For Next Term [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1961
Fee Deadline Set For Next Term All students in summer school must complete registration and payment of fees for the second summer term on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, July 18, 19, and 20th, according to Charles E. Atkinson, Registrar. Registration materials may be picked up and checked at the west end of Wills Gymnasium from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, Atkinson said. A late fee of $5 will be charged for those students now in school who do not complete the registration process by 3 p.m. Thursday, July 20, he warned.
An Educator Evaluates Lack of Funds Hinders Activation of TV at Kent [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1961
An Educator Evaluates Lack of Funds Hinders Activation of TV at Kent Creation of the Ohio Educational Television Network Commission by the State Legislators last week will have no immediate effect upon Kent State University, according to Walton D. Clarke, director of the Division of Broadcasting, School of Speech. "Activation of Channel 55, which was reserved in 1952 by the Federal Communications Commission for use by Kent State University, Akron University and the Akron public school system, hinges upon the availability of money," he said. The bill establishing the State's educational TV commission provided no funds. "This,"he explained, "means that the University will not have funds to enlarge its television facilities before the legislators meet again in 1963." Money to help implement the program of the Ohio Educational Television Network Commission may come from the Federal Government, Professor Clarke believes. He said, "The bill was designed to set up a commission so that Ohio...
Wright To Take Group on 23rd Tour of New York City [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1961
Wright To Take Group on 23rd Tour of New York City The 23rd Kent State University New York Tour will take place September 8 to September 13, under the guidance of G. Harry Wright, professor of speech. Again this year, the tour will include a trip up the Hudson River to West Point, where the group will be taken on a guided tour of the United States Military Academy. Recognizing the diversity of interests among his group of tourists, Professor Wright this year is attempting to provide variety within the tour package by allowing a number of options. Those interested in big u league baseball will be able to see a double-header game between the Indians and the Yankees at Yankee Stadium. Devotees of art will be able to visit the Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the controversial Guggenheim Museum, or the Cloisters, famous repository of Medieval art. The group will leave Kent at 7:09 p.m., Friday, September 8, by Erie train. They will arrive in Hoboken at 8:45 a.m. the...
18 Teachers Study German Culture [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1961
18 Teachers Study German Culture Certificates for the successful completion of work in Kent State University's 1960-61 German language institute have been awarded to the 18 teachers who participated. The group's work on campus included 38 weeks of study in German culture and literature, conversation and linguistics and methods of teaching. The program also included a series of lectures by national authorities in German literature and language and specialists in audiolingual teaching methods, films and field trips. Those who took part were selected from over 80 applicants from 25 states and one foreign country.
Special Prices for Falls' Productions [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1961
Special Prices for Falls' Productions Special rate tickets to "Shakespeare Under-the Stars" productions at the Ohio Theatre, Cuyahoga Falls, are now available to summer session students. The first production was given last night and other performances will be presented through August 13 by "The Strolling Players," a professional group. Productions include "The Taming of the Shrew," "Midsummer Night's Dream," "Twelfth Night," and "Macbeth." For more information on tickets and the schedule of plays students can contact Harold Kitner, associate professor of art, 119 Van Deusen Hall, extension 253.
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 13 July 1961
CAMPUS CALENDAR JULY 13 SUMMER ARTISTS SERIES. 8:30 P.M. The Piano Quartet will present program. University Auditorium. PICNIC. Faculty Wives Club Family Picnic. 3:00 P.M. Myers Lake Park. 14 LECTURE. SPANISH INSTITUTE. Dr. Ellas L. Rivers, of the Department of Spanish, Dartmouth College. Public Invited. 3:30 P.M., 203 Kent Hall. 17 SUMMER ARTISTS SERIES. 8:30 P.M. University Theatre production of Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski's "Stalag 17." University Auditorium, (through July 19). EXHIBITION. Illustrations of Children's Books. University Library Gallery, (through July 22). FILM SERIES. Spanish Institute Film, "Dona Barbara." 8:00 P.M. 203 Kent Hall. 18 SPANISH SONGS AND DANCES. Performance by professional entertainers. 8 P.M. Portage Room, Student Union Building. 19 SUMMER ARTISTS SERIES. 8:30 P.M. University Summer Choir and Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Richard Warner, head, School of Music and Louis P. Krch, associate professor of music, will present program. Recita...
University Summer Concert Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 19 July 1961
University Summer Concert Tonight American Moravian Church music of the 18th century will be featured in a concert by the Kent State University Summer Choir and Orchestra Thursday in Recital Hall of the University's Music and Speech Center. Open to the public without charge as part of the Summer Artist Series, the concert begins at 8:30 p.m. Dr. Richard Warner, head of Kent's School of Music, will conduct and Rita Reymann, a June graduate, will be the accompanist. Mary Helen Bowers, supervisor of elementary vocal music for the Akron Public schools and a member of Kent's summer faculty, will be the featured soprano soloist. The tenor soloist will be Corell Nash, a graduate student. Donald Forsythe, a graduate student, will be the baritone soloist. Assisting the University's Summer Choir and Orchestra will be the choruses of the Kent State University High School, under the direction of its conductor Howard Ingefield and practice teacher Vivian Hofstetter, and the Kent Music Camp Choru...