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the kent entertainment guide 'Brigadoon' is fantasy, reality [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
the kent entertainment guide 'Brigadoon' is fantasy, reality By MICHELLE BLUM Entertainment Editor Fantasy and reality became one in the same last Saturday night as Kent State University’s Summer Theater presented Lerner and Loew’s “Brigadoon.” The company of actors was so skillful in their presentation that one came to believe that a town actually could float through time. “Brigadoon” is a musical fantasy about a Scottish town that has gone to sleep and awakens for a single day each century. IT IS A community of idyllic peace, an oasis of dreams. The breaking of the peace by just one person would cause the entire village to disappear forever. The play, presented at Porthouse Theater, revolves around two Americans, Tommy Albright (played by Paul F. Marker) and Jeff Douglas (played by Zachary Bloomfield). Their plane makes a sudden landing near the quaint village which mysteriously does not appear on any maps. The villagers, preparing for the marriage of Jean McLaren portrayed by Sal...
Filthy's cleans up their act with new look [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Filthy's cleans up their act with new look By ADRIENNE BEECHHOLD j : If you’ve visited Filthy McNasty’s lately you might have noticed that a few changes have been made. Filthy’s closed its doors for 12 days for what owner Brian Marsh called a “general overhaul.”^ There are new bathrooms, a new dance floor and carpeting. The walls were repainted with the names of different bands such as the Michael Stanley Band, Journey and other famous rock bands. The appearance of the place is much cleaner and Marsh said it has helped the crowd quite a bit. More girls are coming in now because of a clean appearance and pleasant atmosphere. Filthy’s is open Wednesday through Sunday with specials every night such as Mug night on Saturdays, Buzzard Card night on Fridays and Ladies night on Thursdays. They also run the Miss English Leather bathing suit contest which is a national contest. Marsh said that Filthy’s offers some of the best rock-n-roll entertainment on this side of Ohio and the prices of t...
Long-running Fantasticks comes to Wright-Curtis [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 6 August 1981
Long-running Fantasticks comes to Wright-Curtis By MICHELLE BLUM Entertainment Editor The world’s longest running musical came to the Wright-Curtis Theater stage Monday night as the Kent State University Theater along with the Blossom Festival School Theater presented “The Fantasticks”. “The Fantasticks” is a parable of love. It is the story of a boy, a girl, their fathers and a wall. In the romantic moonlight the boy and the girl, portrayed by Jim Provenzano and Karen Detweiler, are purposely kept apart. It is not because their fathers are enemies but because they feel that parental disapproval is the surest way to have their children fall in love with one another. THE FATHERS DEVISE a spectacular abduction so that the boy can beat the enemy, El Gailo (Ron Spangler) and become a hero in the eyes of all. But soon the rosy world goes awry in the reality of the hot sun. The lovers quarrel and long to see the world. Pursuing their desire, they both meet with misfortune; the boy at the ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Thursday, August 13, 1981 Summer Kent Stater Volume 11, No. 14 Qummer Kent &lt;stater 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.
Will house restaurant Kent depot will be more than a museum [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Will house restaurant Kent depot will be more than a museum By LAURA LOGAN For those who have noticed the recent activity at the old Kent depot on Franklin Street, Bill Burkner, president of the Kent Historical Society, offered some information recently to curiosity seekers and well intentioned citizens. “We are not trying to burden the citizens of Kent with a bankrupt museum; there are bankrupt museums all over the place,” Burkner said, “that’s why we’re putting in a selfsufficient building that will pay for itself.” The building, owned by the historical society, is being transformed into a restaurant on the ground floor, with offices and a museum on the upper floor. With the aid of the Geauga-Portage County Restitution Program and an architecture firm from Cleveland, the historical society hopes to have the building ready for business this coming November. GEORGE LEWIS, of the George Lewis Architecture Firm in Cleveland, designed the restaurant and is helping the historical societ...
Ex-Air Force auditor Dobbins is named Bursar [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Ex-Air Force auditor Dobbins is named Bursar Kenneth W. Dobbins, a certified public accountant formerly with the U.S. Air Force Audit Agency, has been appointed Assistant Director of Financial Affairs and Bursar. Dobbins will report to Floyd A. Roller, Director of Financial Affairs and Assistant Treasurer. Dobbins, born in Akron, received a Master’s in business administration from Old Dominion University with an emphasis in management-information systems. He is also a graduate of the University of Akron, where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in accounting. Dobbins was commissioned as a second lieutenant after receiving his undergraduate degree. He entered the Air Force in early 1972 and remained on active duty until May, 1978. He attained the rank of captain and was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal in 1976. After resigning from active duty, Dobbins became a civilian employee with the Air Force Audit Agency. He served at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia, Clark Air Base in the ...
Student Senator Dixon resigns; cites need to work [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Student Senator Dixon resigns; cites need to work Student Senate Communications Chairman Kevin Dickson has resigned his post, Senate Executive Director Bret Cimorell said Wednesday. “He couldn’t afford to go to school and not work full time,” and that left no time for duties with the senate, Cimorell said. Dickson was one of nine members of the senate elected in April. Each of the senators was named chairman for an area of student government concern. As part of his communications position, Dickson was scheduled to manage a new student activities publication sponsored by the Student Senate with financial support from the Student Publications Policy C mittee. The publication is scheduled for insertion in the Daily Kent Stater six limes per semester. The new student government charter stipulates that vacancies be filled by a vote of the remaining student senators with at least five votes required for appointment of a pew senator. The director announced those who had been assigned to th...
AGENDA – Aug. 13 – 19 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
AGENDA – Aug. 13 - 19 CAMPUS Thursday Art Exhibit The art exhibit entitled, “Kent, Ohio U.S.A.; Visual Excerpts” will be displayed all this week at the Art Gallery, second floor Student Center. The Gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sand Casting The Kidz Crafts “Sand Casting” workshop will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Craft Art Studio in the Student Center. The workshop costs 755. Children’s Film The children’s movie, “Journey to the Center of the Earth” will be shown in the Kiva at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Admission is 755. COMMUNITY Friday Double Dose The Akron Civic Theatre’s Double Dose Film Series will present “Fear No Evil” and “The Howling.” Showtime is 7:30 p.m. and admission is $2.50. Sunday Rock Films The Akron Civic Theatre’s Rock Film Series will present “Cocaine Fiends” and “Reefer Madness.” Showtime is 8 p.m. and admission is $2.50.
KIC to move to new offices between Johnson, Stopher [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
KIC to move to new offices between Johnson, Stopher New Kent Interhall Council offices are being built between Stopher and Johnson halls, Director of Physical Facilities Thomas Blair said Tuesday. Plans for construction were discussed during the latter third of the spring semester and work was started during the middle of June, he said. The space has been empty for three or four years, Blair said. In the past the space has served as the desk for the quad area and as the replacement center office, he said.. S&amp;H Construction and Elwood Electric are doing renovation work on the offices. Demolition of the existing walls is the major work being done on the area, Blair said. The walls will be taken out so the open space can be decorated into a large open office, he said. KIC plans to do some of the office preparation themselves. “They are going to do the painting of the walls and some graphics,” Blair said. Blair estimated the cost of the new KIC office would range from $4,000...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Be ecology minded— Recycle this paper ACROSS 1 Money 6 Tree stems 11 Binge 14 Of spaces 15 Piano key material 16 Honest 17 Aida and Falstaff: 2 words 19 Asian coin 20 Wine city 21 Stoop 22 Accepts 24 Did likewise 26 Remove 27 Promoted 30 Loner 32 hand 33 Birds 34 Conflict 37 Conjunctions 38 Power 39 Aroused 40 Residue 41 Asia 42 Sea nymph 43 Beetle 45 Exploited 46 Consent 48 Water body 49 Loud; Mus. 50 Scrutinize 52 Bastion TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answers on page 10. 56 Wrath 57 St. Lawrence tributary: 2 words 60 Explorer John 61 Contrive 62 Moslem edict 63 Large deer 64 Sacked 65 Skirmish DOWN 1 Hot rock 2 Customs: Obs. 3 Sure thing 4 Emits heat 5 Hebrew judge 6 Two-footer 7 Range part 8 Master 9 Time period 10 Procedures 11 Woven products 12 Red as 13 Unrelaxed 18 Ruth’s son 23 Baba 25 For each 26 Attracted 27 Big horn 28 Composition 29 In trouble: 3 words 30 Glory 31 Always 33 Eat formally 35 African tree 36 Split 38 Location 39 Spread like 41 Ran away; 2 words 42 Transgress 44 ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
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Manager official planning for grad ceremony [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Manager official planning for grad ceremony The new manager of community relations, Lillian Sokoll, is busy already, planning for the Aug. 22, Graduate Student Convocation. In addition to planning the convocation, her duties include: commencement, honors day, speakers bureau, tour bureau, and many other community-related activities. “We are a catch-all, problem-solving center,” she said, and because of that “I’m under deadline more.” The position was vacated when Robert S. Patton resigned to give more attention to his duties with the blue and Gold Club.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
ACPB Summer Flicks Presents THE GROOVE TUBE JT 3* ' 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 Live’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 and glistens. ” —Judith Crist New York Thurs. Aug 13 Times 6:30 and 9:00 Location: KIVA Admissions $l.OO
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
ACPB SUMMER FLICKS Coming Attraction BO DEREK “10” Location: Kiva Date: Aug. 20 Time: 6:30 &amp; 9:00 PM. Price: $l.OO 35 MM Color Print Film 110/126 12 exp. $2.39 24 exp. $3.99 36 exp. $5.99 gQ ENLARGEMENTS KINKO'S ( 421 E. Main St. (By Perkins) 678-9047 I k t k I I CUP COUPON 2 QUARTER-POUND Single Hamburgers SIQO *\v; n ' Cheese or tomato extra. Offer good thru: August 19,1981 Not valid with any other offer. No Substitutions. CTO 2 LARGE FRENCH FRIES Hqo Offer good thrur/fugutf 19,1981 Not valid with any other offer. No Substitutions /AN ÜBS di TWO 12-OZ. FROSTY Dairy Desserts I o*^Offer good thru: August 19, 1981 SIQO ÜBS 4S Not valid with any other offer. No Substitutions. Try Wendy s All-You-Can-Eat Garden Fresh SALAD BAR Buffet Only Priced Just Right. SJB9 AINT NO REASON TO &lt;K) ANYPLACE ELSE.. “Available at all Wendy’s in Stark, Summit and Portage Counties.”
Decision to go with neutron should be made carefully [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Decision to go with neutron should be made carefully President Reagan’s decision to go ahead with the full production of neutron warheads sent tremors of apprehension through NATO capitals in Europe last week. And with good reason. The neutron warhead was developed as a tank stopping weapon for Europe. The Warsaw Pact armies have a 3-to-l advantage in tanks over the NATO forces facing them. With its reduced blast and fallout, the neutron warhead would be capable of destroying, in pinpoint fashion, Soviet tank units moving through crowded European cities, without causing extensive civilian casualties or material damage. In 1977, President Carter at first favored full production of the neutron warhead and got European allies to agree with him. Then to the dismay of the allies, Carter leaned against production. He finally decided to go ahead with production of the components of the warhead, making full production contingent on future Soviet restraint in its military buildup in Europe. ...