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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
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Language instructor coaches diction for orchestra members Prof shines in movie – behind the scenes [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Language instructor coaches diction for orchestra members Prof shines in movie - behind the scenes By BARB EVANOSKY Although Nicholas Pahl had an important role in the forthcoming Paramount Pictures film, “Reds,” you won’t see him appearing in the film. Pahl, a KSU assistant professor of Germanic and Slavic languages and literatures, served as the pronunciation and diction coach for members of the Cleveland Orchestra Chorus, who sung several songs for the film’s soundtrack. He also provided the correct transliteration for the Russiansung songs. The recording session took place July 24 at SUMA Recording Studio in Painesville, with sound technicians fronr Paramount Pictures supervising. PAHL DESCRIBED his re sponsibilities in the film and involvement in the sound track as the most thrilling experience he has had in years. He was contacted early in July about coaching the pronunciation and diction by Robert Page, the choral director and assistant conductor of the Cleveland Orchestra. P...
Hudson man will attend Mensa meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Hudson man will attend Mensa meeting A Hudson man has been appointed U.S. delegate to the International Mensa Congress scheduled for Aug. 22 in Austria. W.R. Selmier, a management consultant for the Selmier Corp., has been selected for the position with the worldwide top-IQ organization. Selmier was involved with Mensa as a child, and has become re-involved with the organization during the past three years. The conference will feature keynote speaker C. Northcote Parkinson, the inventor of Parkinson’s Law, which states that work expands to fill the given amount of time.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
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Stow native hired as Lady Flashes' volleyball coach [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Stow native hired as Lady Flashes' volleyball coach Sheree Harvey, a former Ohio State University volleyball player and Stow native, has been hired to coach the KSU volleyball team. Harvey, 26, replaces Jan Sholes, who resigned to further her education at the University of Illinois. Harvey, who received a bachelor’s degree in education from Ohio State in 1977, has an extensive volleyball background. She played on the Stow High team two years before graduating in 1973. She then attended KSU for one year, lettering in both volleyball and track and field before transferring to Ohio State. At Ohio State Harvey played on two OAISW state championship teams and was a member of the Buckeyes’ Big Ten Conference championship squad. Harvey also played on an Ohio state team that finished 10th in NCAA Division I competition. Harvey returned to KSU to serve as a graduate assistant under Sholes for two seasons. Harvey has been an assistant at Stow, a perennial state volleyball power, and at Upper ...
Stater Sports If it weren't for the uniform Hall would be face in crowd [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Stater Sports If it weren't for the uniform Hall would be face in crowd By TIM FARKAS Take away his uniform and you have just another face in the crowd. At 5-foot-7, Dino Hall the shortest player on the Cleveland Browns’ roster this season easily could be mistaken for a fan seeking an autograph, but his bright orange pants and white jersey give him away. Like many Cleveland players, Hall signs several autographs before entering the locker room at the Browns’ training camp at Dix Stadium. But Hall, Cleveland’s all-time leading kickoff returner with 82 in just two seasons, says he doesn’t really like all the attention he receives. “I feel like a knickknack,” he said. HOWEVER, HALL —a fan favorite says his size presents no serious problems on the playing field, that is. “Size doesn’t bother me,” he said. “I’ve learned to live with it. I’ve always been able to handle myself; always could do what the bigger kids could do. “The only time it bothers me is when others talk about my size. I’...
Three times aren't a charm Knee injury stops Wright again [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Three times aren't a charm Knee injury stops Wright again By SHEILA LACEY While the Cleveland Browns will be trying to repeat their success of 1980, wide receiver and kick-return specialist Keith Wright will be doing a repeat performance of his own on the sidelines. He will be trying to come back from knee surgery for the third time in three years. An operation to remove bone chips in his left knee forced Wright to miss the 1979 preseason, but he recovered in time for the regular-season opener. But in the final minute of the fifth game against Houston, he was hit attempting to catch a pass and his leg caught on the artificial surface, severely damaging his right knee. The injury required surgery and Wright was out for the season. Wright went through last season injury free, but hurt his left knee in the offseason while practicing in Mississippi. Once again he underwent surgery, this time for total reconstruction of the knee. HE WORE a cast on his left leg for seven weeks, but that i...
Facade: Browns' Alzado more than just the crazy man that fans, media have perceived him to be [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Facade: Browns' Alzado more than just the crazy man t hat fans, m edia have perceived him to be By SHEILA LACEY On the football field, Cleveland Browns’ defensive end Lyle Alzado has been described as an aggressive, all-out player, who does what it takes to win. And sometimes what it takes resembles just plain meanness. Besides sacking quarterbacks and tackling runners, Alzado has been known to call names and even spit on opposing players. He also admits to tearing up hotel rooms before games, presumably to get his aggressiveness flowing, or something like that. But that is business. What the 6-foot-3, 250-pound, All-Pro does in his private life resembles just plain niceness. Since his days at Yankton College in South Dakota, Alzado has been donating much of his spare time to many charitable organizations, especially ones helping handicapped children. ALZADO, who has won many awards on the field, has also received the Bart Starr Meritorious Service Award and the National ‘Friend of ...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 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, Sectfood and Steaks. * ISN’T THAT WHAT DINING OUT IS ALL ABOUT? The Side Door Restaurant 128 N. Depeyster St. (Behind Kent Cinema} 678-5542 Open Mon-Sat Lunch 11-5 Dinner 5-9 ACPB Summer-Flicks Presents THE GROOVE TUBE Director: Ken Shapiro Cast: Ken Shapiro, Richard Belzer, Chevy Chase The Groove Tube is a wild, funky and irreverently funny satire which lampoons American television, culture and lifestyles. Talented Ken Shapiro and Saturday Night Llve’a Chevy Chase (Foul Play) created this hilarious series of skits. It’s also a wicked satire of our national “toy,” TV, the empty little box to which Americans are so hopelessly addicted. “Insanely funny, outrageous and irreverent." —Bruce Williamson Playboy “Just a little lecherous. It’s bawdy, bright a...
Flashes 9th in grid poll [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Flashes 9th in grid poll Special to the Stater MASON The KSU football team had a dismal 1980 season and that performance was reflected in a poll of reporters and broadcasters who cover the Mid-American Conference. The media members, attending the two-day MAC Football Preview here, Wednesday picked the Flashes to finish ninth in the 10-team MAC. Defending MAC-champion Central Michigan (9-2 overall and 7-2 in the MAC) was ranked No. 1. The Hurons got 45 votes of a possible 64 for first place for 615 points. Western Michigan (7-4, 6-3) received 14 first-place votes and 553 points, Northern Illinois (7-4, 4-3) got four first-place votes and 506 points, and Ohio (6-5, 5-4) received one first-place vote and 398 points. Miami (5-6, 4-3) got 329 points, Ball State (6-5, 5-4) 303, Bowling Green (4-7,4-4) 292, Toledo (4-7,3-6) 290, KSU (3-8, 3-6) 148 and Eastern Michigan (1-9,1-7) 86. The Flashes, whose wins were over Toledo, Eastern Michigan and Ohio, finished in a tie with Toledo for eighth...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
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