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Unequal pay: Rights acts enforcement not enough to guarantee fair wages for women [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Unequal pay: Rights acts enforcement not enough to guarantee fair wages for women By CHERI KOVESDY Feature Editor Despite enforcement of the Civil Rights And Equal Pay Acts of the 1960’5, a pamphlet released by Americans for Democratic Action claims that today’s women are paid 175 percent less than men in comparable jobs. The pamphlet further claims that in order for women to be considered for a pay increase, their job performances must be re-evaluated and their pay adjusted according to the “comparable worth” of a woman to a man. BECAUSE OF THE pay inequity, ADA alleges, more femaleheaded households live in poverty than do male-headed households. In fact, about one-third of the 8 million female-headed households in the United States are impoverished. Only one out of every 18 male-headed households is living in poverty. The pamphlet cites 1979 figures released in 1979 by the Women’s Bureau of the U.S. Labor Department, which show that women earn an average of 59 cents per dollar ear...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 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. Depeyster St. , (Behind Kent Cinema' Si 678-5542 “ Open Mon-Sat Lunch 11-5 Dinner 5-9 KENT STATE STUDENTS The best in off campus housing is still available. Glenmorris Apartments 936 Morris Rd. Kent, Ohio 673-8887 Starting at $77. 50 per month. Two bedroom units furnished or unfurnished.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
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First recruit for baseball is a pitcher [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
First recruit for baseball is a pitcher RUSTY GREEN, an All-Suburban League pitcher from Green High School near Akron, has become KSU’s first baseball recruit for the 1981-82 season. Green, a 5-foot-11, 170-pound righthander, led the Suburban League in wins (he was 10-3) and strikeouts (123 for pergame average of 11). He also had a 0.82 earned-run average. Green, who plans to major in physical education, also played shortstop and batted .280. \ Green currently is playing for D.B. Johnsen’s of the Greater Akron Class AA Amateur Baseball League. More baseball RANDY BOCKUS, KSU’s right fielder who led the Mid-American Conference in hitting as a junior last season, was recently named most valuable player in an all-star game between the Greater Akron AA and Canton Class A leagues. Bockus, representing Isler Refuse -of the Canton League, had two doubles and scored the final run in Canton’s 4-2 victory. JOE BROWNLEE, a KSU pitcher playing for Akron, gave up the gamewinning home run to Cant...
Stater Sports Journeyman place-kicker faces stiff competition for position [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Stater Sp o rts Journeyman place-kicker faces stiff competition for position By TIM FARKAS Dave Jacobs says the Cleveland Browns are giving him a “fair shot” at making the team. “I wouldn’t be out there if they weren’t,” he said. However, Jacobs, who is battling Don Cockroft, Steve Cox, and Berj Yepremian for the Browns’ kicking duties this season, may be a little too optimistic. Jacobs, a former honorable mention AllAmerican place-kicker as a senior at Syracuse, was signed by the Browns as a free agent after being released by the New York Jets in early January. The transaction apparently was made because of the inconsistency of 35-year-old Cockroft, the incumbent. So, for a brief period, the Browns had given Jacobs reason to believe that he was in their nlans. THAT WAS UNTIL they drafted punter-kicker Cox the NCAA’s leading punter last season at Arkansas with a 46.5 average in the fifth round. And, according to published reports, Head Coach Sam Rutigliano says the place-kicking dut...
Linebacker is an academic achiever [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Linebacker is an academic achiever By SHEILA LACEY For Parma resident Andy Bushak, “the wheels are turning fast,” moving him closer to his long-time goal of playing football for the Cleveland Browns. At 27, Bushak who attended the U.S. Naval Academy and served five years in the Navy is the oldest rookie at the Browns’ training camp here, but he still says he has a “realistic” chance of making the squad. “I think I’m good enough to make the team,” said the 6-foot-4, 230-pound linebacker. “I don’t want to look back when I’m 40 and be disappointed because I didn’t even try.” A life-long, Cleveland-area resident, Bushak said he tries to do everything to the best of his ability. So far, he has been a real achiever. At Parma’s Valley Forge High School he accumulated a 3.6 grade-point average, earned High School All-America honors and was selected first team All-Ohio. HE WAS offered scholarships by Notre Dame, Michigan and Ohio State. “in college I wasn’t just looking to play football I wa...
Sipe being rushed — by fans [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Sipe being rushed — by fans By KEVIN HUHN Sports Editor Brian Sipe is going the way of Joe Namath, the former New York Jets’ quarterback. No, Sipe’s knees aren’t going bad, nor is he posing for pantyhose commercials. And he hasn’t appeared in any movies—at least for now. Sipe, the Cleveland Browns’ quarterback who was named the National Football League’s most valuable player last season, has been virtually mobbed by auto-graph-seeking fans before and after workouts each day, and Cleveland coach Sam Rutigliano is beginning to show some concern. “It’s not unusual,” said Rutigliano, who was a defensive backfield coach with the Jets in 1974. “I’ve seen Joe Namath and other popular players go through the same thing. “It’s certainly a difficult thing for Brian, but he handles it well. However, we have to protect him, particularly going into practice. If it does become a problem, though, we will do whatever we have to do to help him.” • WHEN THE BROWNS take on the Buffalo Bills in a scrimm...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
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MSB's success shown on North Coast [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
MSB's success shown on North Coast By MICHELLE BLUM “North Coast should have some surprises,” Michael Stanley said during a pre-concert interview in Youngstown last month. Die-hard Michael Stanley Band fans have been waiting for months for the release of the band’s latest effort, North Coast. Stanley promised the album would be filled with surprises and he wasn’t kidding. Stanley promised the album would be filled with surprises and he wasn’t kidding. North Coast is definitely an MSB product but the band’s success of late is reflected in the album. It is somewhat more commercial. IT IS EASY to see that Stanley, keyboard player Bob Pelander and organist Kevin Raleigh have aimed their writing talents toward the Top 40 singles market. The tunes are slick, little individual pieces which just happen to be chosen for this particular album. There is no continuity beyond Stanley’s style, which is unmistakably his alone. “In the Heartland” leads off the album, hooking the listener to the res...
Artist discusses, shows steel pieces [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
Artist discusses, shows steel pieces By ROGER GLASKO The Blossom Visiting Artists’ Public Lectures series began Tuesday at the School of Art with a lecture by sculptor Lila Katzen. Speaking and showing slides of her works to a group of approximately 40 people, Katzen told of her “pre-steel” sculpting days in the ’6os, gradually moving from plastics to steel constructions. In 1964 she began showing her work in New York while teaching at The Maryland Institute of Art in Baltimore. KATZEN SAID she reached a point where she tired of dismantling, removing, storing, or just getting rid of pieces. She said she was tired of having “someone’s Aunt Tillie” damaging pieces and having to repair them. “I was determined to use a material that would literally take dynamite to damage,” she said. This is when she began working with steel. Although Katzen makes small table-top and wall pieces, most of her works are very large, very heavy steel pieces, flowing in such a sway as to invite people to “be...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 July 1981
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