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Audience gets a 'Rocky Mountain high' [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Audience gets a 'Rocky Mountain high' By CHUCK POLIAFICO ence to two-and-a-half hours of country classics, love songs, bluegrass tunes and even “Jingle Bells.” Denver, dressed in a bright blue and pink flowered shirt and black dress pants, opened his show with his hit, “Boy from the Country,” and followed with his classic, “Rocky Mountain High.” He than sang a medley of love songs he had written, including “What’s On Your Mind,” “How Can I Leave You Again,” and “Bleepin’ Alone,” which is from his From tots to teen-agers to teatotlers they were all there trying to get a “Rocky Mountain High” as John Denver made his long overdue appearance at Blossom Music Center last Wednesday night. “You’re welcome to sing along,” Denver told his 20,000 fans. “But you are restricted to sing the songs that are being sung at the time.” And with that, his easy going rapport, Denver treated his audi- latest album, Some Days Are Diamonds. He next sang a new love song, “Shanghai A-Breezes,” which he wrote...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 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, Seafood 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 COUPON----$l.OO OFF A BIG BUNCH BASKET OF MUNCHKINS® DONUT HOLE TREATS donut Bring this coupon into any participating Dunkin’ Donuts shop and save $l.OO on a Big Bunch Basket of 45 Munchkins ® Donut Hole Treats. May not be combined with any other offer. One coupon per customer. Offer good 8-5 thru 8-16-81 Limit: 2 baskets DUNKIN' DONUTS 1285 West Main St. , Kent It’s worth the trip. -------COUPON -----
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
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Stater Entertainment 'Tommy' to be original show [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Stater Entertainment 'Tommy' to be original show By MICHELLE BLUM Entertainment Editor University Theater and the Blossom Festival School Theater will present the rock opera “Tommy” next week, but director James Thornton said the show will be presented differently than expected. “If we would try to do a Who concert, the show would fall apart and quite a few people would be disappointed,” he said, noting that there will be greater emphasis on the storyline. “Tommy” was written by Pete Townsend and the Who in the late 1960 s and early 19705. It is the story of a young man, born deaf, dumb and blind. It concerns his growth in the real world and how others respond to this growth. Thornton, who is serving as guest director for the production, said he will combine several unusual elements into the show. His 30 member cast includes actors, musicians and dancers. Jim Provenzano, who played Matt in the “Fantasticks,” will be playing the title role of Tommy. Laura Gordon is cast as Tommy’s mo...
Crystal shines on stage in Ken ley's [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 August 1981
Crystal shines on stage in Ken ley's By CHUCK POLIAFICO “Cabaret,” the award-winning play and movie musical, opened to a full house at the E.J. Thomas Hall Tuesday night in a sizzling production starring Billy Crystal and Donna McKechnie. The production, which takes place in Berlin during the rise of the Third Reich, centers around Sally Bowles (McKechnie), an idealistic and flaky American girl. She views life as one big party while shutting out the impending political and social turmoil that was so much a part of the times. Bowles, who works as a dance hall girl at the Kit Kat Klub, abruptly moves in with an American writer, creating problems everywhere she goes. Crystal, who is best known in the role of Jodie in the ABC series “Soap,” gives an excellent performance as the master of ceremonies of the club. He is de- lightful and enjoyable, providing comic relief as he appears in everything from padded bikini tops to diapers. Crystal also proves that he has an excellent voice in suc...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
Thursday, August 20, 1981 Rummer Kent Stater Volume 11, No. 15 £ummer Kent 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.
Dorms being prepared for fall [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
Dorms being prepared for fall By CHERI KOVESDY More than 2,000 pieces of furniture and $60,000 in draperies and carpeting have been purchased by Residence Services to accomodate the expected influx of on-campus * students this fall. According to Tom Blair, director of physical facilities, Residence Services has bought a total of 400 bunkbeds, 1,500 mattresses and 300 desk chairs, also removing furniture from storage and borrowing back furniture previously lent out. “We’ve gone around and scrounged up,” Blair said, adding that Residence Services in past years had a surplus of dorm furniture, rather than a deficit. RESIDENCE SERVICES’ furniture supply has been so ample that it has not had to purchase furniture for 12 to 15 years, Blair said, but the anticipated increase of 1,300 dormitory residents requiring the opening of an additional 800 spaces necessated the purchase. Blair said that spaces in four dormitories have been opened for fall, including four floors in Korb Hall, the seve...
Special Programs head quits [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
Special Programs head quits Helen T. Gregory, executive director 01 KSU’s College of Special Programs, has resigned from the position, effective Aug. 31, to attend graduate school full time. Dr. George Melnykovich, dean of the college said that Gregory is resigning to pursue a Master’s degree in business in the graduate school of management here. LAST YEAR, Gregory was appointed executive director of the College of Special Programs. Her responsibilities have included supervising and coordinating both the administrative and secretarial staffs, serving as the liaison to academic and administrative offices, and undertaking other special pro- jects. Gregory came to the university in 1973 when she was appointed assistant program coordinator of the division of continuing education, which was less than a year old at that time. The division is now part of the College of Special Programs. She then was appointed director of NonCredit Programs and was named director of the Evening and Weekend ...
Graduate ceremony to be held [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
Graduate ceremony to be held By ELIZABETH CLARKE About 200 students are expected to participate in the graduate student summer commencement, scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday in the Student Center ballroom, Jeanette Kitchen, administrative assistant in community relations, said. There are 536 eligible candidates, but so far only 185 of them have responded to say they are going to participate, Kitchen said. They have also received 185 responses from people who have said they are not going to participate, she said. PRESIDENT BRACE GOLDING will be the speaker at the fourth annual summer graduation, Kitchen said. The ceremony will include the presentation of masters, specialists and doctoral degrees, she said. Candidates receiving doctoral degrees will be presented doctoral hoods with the appropriate colors according to the college and specific discipline by the deans and advisers of each college. EACH GRADUATE is allowed three guests at the ceremony, though someone needing additional tick...
Final Summer Kent Stater [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
Final Summer Kent Stater This is the last issue of the Summer Kent Stater. There will be no paper next week, but the regular Daily Kent Stater will resume publication on Sept. 1. The Stater welcomes any comments you may have about the paper. Letters should be addressed to the fall editor, Bill Bryan and can be sent to our office at 100 Taylor Hall.
Acting police named director [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
Acting police named director By RICH JORDAN Dr. George Eastman has been appointed acting director of the university police department to replace Chief Robert Malone, who is on medical leave. Vice President for Business Affairs Richard Dunn said he was delighted at Eastman’s appointment. “He has a solid reputation as an administrative and service-oriented person,” he said. Because Eastman is retired, Dunn said, the acting director will be working part time, computed on a yearly basis. DUNN DESCRIBED Eastman as “unique in America,” saying few people with doctorates have run such large police departments as Seattle and the New York Port Authority. Eastman retired last spring as a faculty member in the Department of Criminal Justice Studies and was named emiritus Professor of Criminal Justice Studies and Political Science. He joined the KSU faculty in 1967. Eastman is expected to continue as acting director until at least October, Dunn said. EASTMAN