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Here and Now Europe may say: No missiles [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Here and Now Europe may say: No missiles By MAXWELL GLEN and CODY SHEARER FRANKFURT, West Germany How would you respond if an ally placed about 600 of the most advanced nuclear missiles around your state? You’d know right away that you’d become a favorite new target of similar missiles from Moscow. And you’d probably want to do something about it. So too will Europeans if the White House doesn’t wise up soon. Unless our government begins negotiating with the Soviet Union by Christmas for reductions in medium-range nuclear weapons, young people here will wonder if we’re an ally worth having. QUITE SIMPLY, Europeans don’t want any part of the 572 American-made Pershing II and cruise missiles which NATO hopes to deploy in Germany, Holland, Belgium, England and Italy by 1983. We can’t blame the Europeans. We would’t want a third world war or the first nuclear war fought in our backyard either. You don’t have to be a diplomatic expert to know time is running out for U.S. nuclear plans in...
Rhodes slips up on oil speech [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Rhodes slips up on oil speech By MIKE PESARCHICK Jim Rhodes is: a) living in another time warp. b) completely ignorant. c) a tool of the oil and coal industries. d) all of the above. If you picked “d,” you win the prize. You must also have been reading about the National Governors Association Conference, which ended Tuesday in Atlantic City, N.J. At that conference Rhodes ripped California Gov. Jerry Brown for Brown’s opposition to oil drilling off the environmentally delicate California coast. In particular, Brown has fought oil firms that want to drill off a previously untouched and pristine area. This opposition, of course, is anathema to Rhodes, who gave a speech which included some of the most assinine remarks he’s ever made and intelligent Ohioans have heard him make many. “I am for Secretary Watt (Reagan’s neanderthal Interior Secretary). I think he should drill anywhere he can (for oil), in the Atlantic Ocean, the Ohio River and Lake Erie,” he said. He added that Watt should...
Take first and second in driving contest CBS drivers place in 'rodeo' [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Take first and second in driving contest CBS drivers place in 'rodeo' By CHERI KOVESDY Feature Editor Two KSU students rounded up first and second place finishes at the 1981 Ohio State Rodeo, not by riding broncos, but by driving buses. Campus Bus Service bus operators Joanne Connolly and Pete Knize won first and second places in the sixth annual competition held Aug. 8 in Columbus. Connolly, a senior conservation major with five and a half years experience with CBS, also placed in last year’s rodeo with a fourth. Connelly is the first woman ever to enter and win the competition. KNIZE, A graduate student in psychology, has been with CBS for one and a half years and competed in the rodeo for the first time. The competition consisted of nine drivers from five transit companies performing various maneuvers with 35-foot-long buses. The required maneuvers ranged from serpentine, that is, weaving the bus through cones, to driving the bus in reverse or performing well-calculated passenger...
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
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Library friends offer postcards [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Library friends offer postcards The Friends of the KSU Libraries is selling a series of five postcards depicting historical campus scenes. The funds raised from the sale of the postcards will be used for acquisitions for special collections and to support the activities of the Friends of the Libraries, Dean H. Keller, curator of special collections said. The scenes shown on the cards are of Professor Clinton S. Van Deusen, the College Book Store, the reading room of the first library, a 1914 procession on front campus and Blackbird Lake which used to be located behind the Administration Building. The postcards can be purchased through the Department of Special Collections on the 12th floor of the library or by calling 672-2270. They sell for 30 cents each or the set for $1.50. The display of Moore’s work includes work published in Life magazine and in the Ohio News Photographer. It also includes Moore’s portraits of composer Aaron Copland, director Samuel Fuller, and writer Paul Met...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
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Stater Sports Grabbing jerseys, not passes Dieken had to forfeit career as tight end [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Stater Sports Grabbing jerseys, not passes Dieken had to forfeit career as tight end By TIM FARKAS Graham to Lavelli, Griese to Warfield, Sipe to Rucker. They’re all great passing combinations, but one of the greatest of them all has been omitted. That’s right trivia experts, you guessed it — Gault to Dieken. “(Former Browns’ quarterback Don) Gault to Dieken would have been equal to Unitas to Mackey,” said Doug Dieken, the Cleveland Browns’ left offensive tackle. Dieken, the club’s resident practical joker, was a tight end in college before being converted to tackle. IRONICALLY, IT was Browns coach Sam Rutigliano who helped Dieken make the switch. “We (the North squad) had a pro coaching staff in the Senior Bowl (in 1970),” Dieken said. “The receiver coach (Rutigliano) thought there was no way that I could have made it as a tight end. “But he never told me until I got here (the National Football League). Sam always tells me that I wouldn’t have lasted long in the pros if I would hav...
Miller has learned to accept pain, backup role [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Miller has learned to accept pain, backup role By SHEILA LACEY For Cleveland Browns’ veteran fullback Cleo Miller, playing with pain is nothing new. In training camp, Miller has already suffered a deep bruise to his left thigh, a slight pull in his left leg and, a week and a half ago, a cracked right rib. But Miller has been practicing as usual, and even played in Saturday’s exhibition game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. “When I was in high school, I’d be so stiff and sore after a game that I could hardly bend over to get in the car,” Miller said. “But I learned early that pain is just part of football and I’ve accepted it,” MILLER SAID he tries to maintain a positive attitude about recovering. “Sure it (the ribs) bothers me,” he said, “especially when I get hit, but I try not to dwell on negative things, because if you do, nine -times out of 10 they will come true!” Miller’s positive attitude carries over to his job, where he is noted as an essential part of the Browns offense, e...
KSU football begins Sunday [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
KSU football begins Sunday Fall semester doesn’t begin until Aug. 31, but 25 freshman members of the KSU football team will begin their fall season Sunday when they report to McDowell Hall at 7:30 a.m. The Flashes will be given physicals and will receive their equipment after they report and will have their first team meeting at 2. KSU will begin practice Monday with three days of non-contact drills. The two-a-day practices will be held at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. and are open to the public. Returning members of the team will report Wednesday and will participate in non-contact drills through Aug. 23, when fullcontact practices will begin.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
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