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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
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Doobie's display diversity at Blossom [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
Doobie's display diversity at Blossom By BARB EVANOSKY The Doobie Brothers have been around for a long time and nothing can testify to that better than the diversity of both their music and the people that come to see them. Opening a two-night engagement at Blossom Music Center, the eight-man band performed a nofrills, fast-paced show containing nearly 20 of their hits. The crowd varied from people in their 30s who remember when the Doobie Brothers first started as a “biker band” in California, to teenagers who are familiar with the jazz-rock sound the band has now. THE DOOBIES came out for the show without hoopla—they just took their places on the darkened stage and began to play an elongated version of “Takin’ It to the Streets,” written by key- board player Michael McDonald. They barely gave the audience time to applaud before they broke into “Jesus Is Just Alright,” an older song from Toulouse Street, their second album. GUITARISTS Patrick Simmons and John McFee continually ran ...
Dexy's Midnight Runners just so-so [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
Dexy's Midnight Runners just so-so By “BIZ” CEDAR I have to admit it. I pride myself on being in touch with most types of new music, but I had never heard of a new group called Dexy’s Midnight Runners before today. When an interviewer from New York Rocker asked Adam Ant what he’d been listening to, “Searching for the Young Soul Rebels is one album he mentioned. DMR plays soulful R and B music. It’s interesting but I don’t think many people will hear it. They’re labeled “new wave” but they sound like they were influenced by the big band/R&amp;B era of the 1930 s and 19405. There are a few cuts that remind me of “Southside” Johhny Lyon’s brassy sound due to all those muted saxaphones that the punkers love. The best cuts are; “Gene,” a fast paced, “brassy” sound with good byrics and plenty of drums and “Seven Days Too Long” with nice vocals and saxaphones abounding. There is also “Thankfully Living in Yorkshire It Doesn’t Apply,” (best title of the year), which is an upbeat dan...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
. . . You’ll find a very special restaurant tucked away on the 2nd floor in Kent. Fine food is presented to please . . . an intimate, friendly atmosphere prevails. Enjoy a glass of wine along with the music of yesterday . Featuring Quiche, Seafood and Steaks. ISN’T THAT WHAT DINING OUT IS ALL ABOUT? The Side Door Restaurant 128 N. Dcpcyster St. (Behind Kent Cinema ■ ™ 678-5542 Open Mon-Sat Lunch 11-5 Dinner 5-9 BEFORE YOU USE FUEL. STOP &amp; THINK NECESSART? TRIP THIS IS Quyi &amp; jboffi Sttffinp Salon STOW-KENT PLAZA • 688-4620 2 HEADS ARE BETTER THAN 1 BRING A FRIEND AND EACH OF YOU SAVES *2°° ON A $1 2.00 SHAMPOO, CUT &amp; BLOW DRY. REDKENT on Mon. - Tues. 9-4 • Thurs. - Frl. 9-6 • Sat. 9-4" K( otim Comedy OHUUjitUWtJ dmtolid July 17 and 18 at 8 PM July 19 at 2 PM PORTHOUSE THEATRE adjacent to Blossom Music Center *2°° off student KSU ID ’I 00 off Faculty/Staff KSU Summeii Theatre 19811 JHr. ,-n iiiHHJ iilllHMH******* wrnrnmmm HH Tickets, Risarvatitni m...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
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the kent entertainment guide Southern rock Marshall Tucker is dedicated to touring [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
the kent entertainment guide Southern rock Marshall Tucker is dedicated to touring By MICHELLE BLUM Entertainment Editor If there’s one thing people down below the Mason-Dixon line know how to do better than anyone else, it’s rock. They taught the people at Blossom Music Center the meaning of the word. The Marshall Tucker Band played to a packed house Monday. The sounds of Southern rock from this North Carolina band filled the summer night as they played tunes from out of the past and from their newest album, Dedicated, which is also the title of this year’s tour. The Marshall Tucker Band has undergone a great deal of pain in the past few years. Tim Caldwell was killed several years ago and last year his brother, bassist Tommy Caldwell, died in a jeep accident. Their brother, steel guitarist Tony Caldwell, carries on. TUNES FROM THE Dedicated album were surprisingly well received. They played most of the tracks from the album but the most memorable was the bluesy “Tell the Blues to ...
Fugitives progress in Kent area [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
Fugitives progress in Kent area By ADRIENNE BEECHHOLD Progressive rock came to Kent last week as the Fugitives performed at Mothers Junction. The band is originally from the Akron area and its members have been making music together for about a year. They play in quite a few bars in and around the AkronKent area, bassist Bruce Lyle said. The Fugitives play progressive rock and blues. They perform their own original material as well as music recorded by other artists. For a three-piece band, they have a surprisingly full sound. The three members are: Tim Merchant on lead guitar, Bruce Lyle on bass and Doug Lento on drums. “The band is together to promote the music that Tim and I write,” said Lyle. The Fugitives have an album out which was released on the Cherry Blossom record label last week. “We plan to get around (to various night spots around the area) but first we plan to get a record released and eventually go to New York,” Merchant said. The band members said they would like to...
James Taylor's newest album rehashes old, folksy formulas [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
James Taylor's newest album rehashes old, folksy formulas By MICHELLE BLUM James Taylor, the long-haired folk and ballad singer of the late 1960 s and early 19705, has entered a new period of his life. He now seems to be more settled and less willing to take a chance on something new and unusual. As a result, Taylor’s latest effort, Dad Loves His Work, is boring and lackadaisical. It lacks the power and excitement of his past ten albums. It follows the much-used formulas which have made Taylor a well-known singer. They worked in the past but Taylor seems to have forgotten that this is 1981 and the worn-out formulas are due for some changes. DAD LOVES HIS WORK was conceived as a reminder to Taylor’s son, Ben, that his father enjoys performing on the road. Taylor is saying that he wants his son to think fondly of him for working in a profession he enjoys, rather than miss him and feel neglected. The album is filled with reminders of the father-son relationship which seems to be very i...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Summer Kent Stater Thursday, July 23, 1981 Volume 11, No. 11 Rummer Kent £tater BARB EVANOSKY Editor RICHARD JORDAN MARK TILSON Managing Editor Advertising Manager Stater Staff Photo Editor: Mike Pesarchick; Sports Editor: Kevin Huhn; Feature Editor: Cheri Kovesdy; Entertainment Editor: Michelle Blum; Editorial Page Editor: Laura Logan; Copy Editor: Dave Skubby. Staff writers: Bill Bryan, Chuck Poliafico, Bill Lach, Donn Handy, Harlan Spector, Adrienne Beechhold, Sheila Lacey. Staff photographers: Fred Hansen, Gary Harwood, Henri Adjodha, Janet Huston, Bob Brindley. Adviser: Evan Smith; Secretaries: Sharon Marquis; Mary Smith.
Cafeteria renovation to be ready for fall [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Cafeteria renovation to be ready for fall By JANET GAYNOR KSU can still boast about the Student Center, which houses one of the most innovative food services, but now Tri Towers must be included. Instead of the standard cafeteria style food service, Tri Towers will consist of five different ways to dine, John Sibbel, Director, University Food Services, said. “This is the first time this type of food service will be offered in a dormitory atmosphere,” Sibbel said. THE FIRST SECTION is the normal cafeteria line which offers standard food selections. “We feel some students still like a regular meal,” Sibbel said. The next section is a fast food operation which will serve hamburgers, french fries, salads and beverages. Then there is the deli and salad bar. These are two oblong circular structures that are accessible from two sides at once. On one side is an express line with a selection of prewrapped salads and sandwiches. On the other is a made-to-order line where salads and sandwiches...
Faculty Senate debates new pay plan [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Faculty Senate debates new pay plan By RICH JORDAN The KSU administration’s new administrative and professional pay plan was the subject of a spirited debate Monday, during a meeting of the Faculty Senate in the Student Center. The plan, instituted July 1, affects some 450 KSU employees in administrative and professional positions. The plan sets salary scales for deans of certain academic and administrative offices, but errors have occurred, giving higher pay to administrative deans rather than academic deans. A resolution was proposed to the Senate by Dr. John Doutt, professor of administrative sciences, that would have recommended a delay of the pay plan, due to its negative impact on various academic departments. Doutt said the plan was not responsive to “market pressures” in hiring new personnel, because of ceilings put on the salaries. There have been a number of resignations attributed to the salary cuts caused the pay plan, he said. DOUTT EMPHASIZED that he was concerned not ...
2 held in McGhee case [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
2 held in McGhee case Two persons are being held in the Warren City Jail after being charged in the Friday shooting death of former KSU basketball star Burrell McGhee. Both pleaded innocent Monday at their arraignment before Acting Judge John King in Warren Municipal Court. Stephen Chaney, 21, of Warren pleaded innocent to a charge of murder, and a charge of felonious assault filed separately by McGhee’s sister, Josephine. He is being held in lieu of a $lO,OOO cash bond. A woman who was living with Chaney, Janice L. Smith, 22 pleaded innocent to a charge of carrying a concealed weapon, and is being held on a $7,500 cash bond. No preliminary trial dates have been set for the couple. McGhee, KSU’s all-time leading scorer in basketball history was shot to death in a grocery store parking lot at 10:45 p.m., Friday. He died at Trumbull Memorial Hospital, just before midnight. McGhee and Chaney got in an argument over McGhee’s sister Josephine, who has two children by Chaney. Another sist...
Work-study funds hiked; job requests now needed [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Work-study funds hiked; job requests now needed By GINA BURK While almost all Federal financial aid programs for the coming year have been cut by Congress, the College Work-Study Program has not. Kent State’s work-study award for the 1981-82 academic year is $1,381,000 which is $31,000 more than last year’s budget of $1,350,000, said Janice M. Carver, student employment manager. With the additional money from the federal government and the money saved from cutbacks in the work-study program this summer, Kent State will have enough money to meet increased costs for next year due to the increased minimum wage, Carver said. Although 95 percent of the money has been awarded to eligible students, the Student Employment Office has been having difficulty placing students in jobs because departments around campus have not been turning in job requests. “There will be jobs available if departments get requests in,” Garver said. “At this point in time the job requests are not in our office.” T...
AGENDA-July 23-July 29 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
AGENDA-July 23-July 29 CAMPUS Thursday 101 Dalmations The film “101 Dalmations” will be shown in the Governance Chambers at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Admission is 75 cents. Kite Making The Kidz Crafts “Kite Making” will be from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in 224 Student Center. Each craft costs 75 cents. Art Exhibit Julius Schillinger’s Photographs will be displayed in the Student Center Art Gallery now through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The title of the show is “Kent, Ohio U.S.A.: Visual Exerpts.” Solo Vocal Recital The Blossom Festival School will sponsor a solo vocal recital at 8 p.m. in the Carl F.W. Ludwig Recital Hall. Admission is free. Art Exhibition The Blossom Visiting and Resident Artists Exhibition will run through Aug. 15 at the KSU School of Art Gallery. The hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays and by appointment on Sundays. Ceramic Sculptures Ceramic sculptures by Robert Milnes will be exhibited at Blossom Music Center. The gallery is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings a...
'Women's Studies' is theme [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
'Women's Studies' is theme “Women’s Studies” is the theme of the current display in the first floor lobby of the KSU Library. Featured as part of the exhibit are memorabilia and information pertaining to “The Dinner Party,” a mixed-media art project commemorating the contributions of women in Western Civilization. A monumental project conceived by Judy Chicago, “The Dinner Party” incorporates sculpture, ceramics, china painting and needlework. It consists of a vast triangular banquet table which holds 39 place settings, each representing a significant woman of achievement in history.