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Lumley appointed new hockey coach [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
Lumley appointed new hockey coach By TIM FARKAS Staff Writer For most people, a hiring freeze means that less jobs are available. But when a freeze went into effect at KSU in late February, Don Lumley, director of the KSU ice arena for the past four and onehalf years, was almost certain that he would get an additional job. And he wasn’t disappointed. The 37-year-old Lumley was appointed head ice hockey coach on May 6. He replaces Tom Newton, who resigned after one year to become an assistant coach at Western Michigan. Lumley said, “I wasn’t very surprised that I was named head coach because of the hiring freeze and my hockey background.” “We (Lumley and Chet Williams, who appointed Lumley coach) didn’t even start to look outside the University. When hockey people found out Tom was leaving, we got two or three applications, but we didn’t pursue it.” In college, Lumley was a defenseman for four years at Boston University. While he was there, the Terriers finished second in the 1967 NC...
Baseball team ends successful year [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
Baseball team ends successful year KSU baseball coach Bob Morgan set some lofty goals for a Flash team that finished 13-18-1 the year before. “Our goals before the season were to have a winning record, to win 30 or more games and to make the Mid-American Conference playoffs and become the MAC champions,” Morgan said. The Flashes were unsuccessful in their championship bid, but KSU finished 35-23 and set numerous team and individual records in by far the most successful season in the school’s history. It was the first season ever that the Flashes had won 30 games and only the second season that a KSU team had won 20. The previous record for wins in a season was set in 1980. Morgan, who completed his first year as KSU’s coach, was 213-48 for a .816 winning percentage in six years of coaching at the College of Wooster. KSU set team records in hits (420), runs (315), runs batted in (261) and stolen bases (102). Also, the Flashes had a .954 fielding percentage and set a record with 41 do...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
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Calo, Byland place in NCAA track meet [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
Calo, Byland place in NCAA track meet KSU’s Kathy Calo, the MidAmerican Conference javelin champion, and Terri Byland, the MAC shot put and discus winner, finished 10th and 12th respectively, in the Women’s NCAA Track &amp; Field Championships at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, June 1-5. Calo, a junior from York, Maine, threw the javelin 162 feet, 3 inches in Utah to finish 10th. Byland, a senior from Mantua, was 12th with a toss of 160-2. KSU finished with three points in the meet. Calo successfully defended her javelin title at the MAC meet at Ohio University May 14-15 with a throw of 152-10. Byland won the shot put with a 47-10 effort and the discus in 156-4 3 /4. The pair combined to lead the Lady Flashes to a sixth-place team title with 125 points, followed by Bowling Green (120%), Ohio U. (98), Western Michigan (80%). Central Michigan (75) and KSU (73). The mile relay team of Rose Johnson, Linda and Mary Nicklos, and Lauri Chomyak set a KSU record with a time ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
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Celeste and Brown win in KSU ward [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
Celeste and Brown win in KSU ward By PATTI BAUCH Staff Writer Voters in Portage County Ward 5, which includes KSU, followed the lead of their counterparts across the state in supporting Richard Celeste and Clarence Brown in their respective bids for the Democratic and Republican gubernatorial nominations in last Tuesday’s primary election. However, several candidates who won their parties’ nominations did not fare as well in Ward 5. Celeste, who received approximately 2 percent of the Democratic vote statewide, received 67 percent in Ward 5. Brown won approximately 54 percent of the Republican vote in both Ward 5 and the state. Local Democrats also chose Sherrod Brown over Dennis Kucinich, Anthony Calabrese and Fran- cis Gaul as their candidate for secretary of state. In November Brown will face Republican Virgil Brown, who was unopposed in the primary. Congressman Dennis Eckart easily won the Democratic nomination for 11th District Congressman but received only 42 percent of the vo...
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Beating the heat Swimming holes abound in area [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
Beating the heat Swimming holes abound in area By MEGAN HARDING Entertainment Editor Think of summertime and you probably think of hot days, balmy nights, baseball, barbeques, mosquitos, sunburns-and swimming. Plunging into a cool pool of water has always been a favorite way to beat the heat and lounging on the beach is a standard warm weather pastime. Fortunately, Ohio has been blessed with an abundance of water resources, and the areas surrounding Kent are particularly rich. Lakes dot the landscape in nearly every direction. Leisurely exploration of a country road is an excellent way to turn up a swimming spot. Many of the lakes are privately owned, however some of the best swimming holes are open to the public. The following is a reference guide to nearby lakes: BRADY LAKE Brady Lake Village started out as a summer resort. The lake is now I lined with houses, but there is a beach and l campground area with a snack bar. Rowj boats and paddleboats are available for rent, I and fish...
Live Music [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
Live Music Blossom Music Center Thursday, Spyro Gyra; Friday, Asia; Sunday, Bluegrass Jamboree; Monday, Waylon Jennings. Filthy McNasty’s Thursday and Friday, Alexander; Saturday, Moonlight Drive; Sunday, R.P.M. with Gary Willis &amp; the Characters. JB’s down: Wednesday, Tormentors and the Rawheats; Thursday, the Bettys and Tokays; Friday, Pulsations with the Names; Saturday, f-Models with the Pulsations, up: Thursday through Saturday, Numbers Band. Mother’s Wednesday, Airwave; Thursday, Sensational Dreams; Friday, Craig &amp; the Kickbacks; Saturday, Mary Martin &amp; the Ninth Street Tuna Band. Shea-Nanigans Friday and Sunday, John Perry and Kim Scholl; Saturday, Chris Pritchard.
Charlie Daniels shines at Blossom [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1982
Charlie Daniels shines at Blossom by KIM ORIOLE Feature Editor The Charlie Daniels Band itself does not put on an exciting visual stage show, but the crowd at its Thursday night Blossom concert was obviously there for the precision, hard-driving country rock that has made the CDB so famous. The band (Charlie Danielsguitar, fiddle, vocals; Tom Cainguitar, vocals; Taz DiGregariokeyboards, vocals; Charles Hayward-bass; and Fred Edwards and James W. Marshall-drums, percussion) doesn’t rely on stage antics and theatrics to get its message across. Instead it depends on a professional presentation and its powerful music which just gains power in a live performance with short, tight solos and improvisional riffs. The only drawback to the band’s live show is that some of Charlie’s intricate guitar and violin work is literally drowned out by the amount of sound put out by the two drummers. Throughout the two-hour “Windows” tour show Charlie stood at the front of his band with his feet planted...