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‘Rally for Peace' Demonstrators not discouraged by rain [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
‘Rally for Peace' Demonstrators not discouraged by rain By NORMAN LEIGH Staff Writer Gray skies and intermittent rain failed to discourage the crowd gathered for three hours on Akron’s Cascade Plaza Saturday afternoon to join local civic and religious leaders in a call for a nuclear freeze. Attendance at the “Rally for Peace”, co-sponsored by the Akron Catholic Commission and the American Friends Service Committee was estimated at 150 by Tom Allio, one of the rally’s principal organizers. People of all ages huddled together beneath umbrellas and pieces of plastic on the puddlecovered plaza. Many shared their shelters with strangers and smiled as they accepted balloons from children dressed as clowns. THE RALLY BEGAN with songs from the group, Ironwood Bridge, which performed the Buffalo Springfield’s, “For What It’s Worth,” and Crosby, Stills and Nash’s, “Find the Cost of Freedom. ” The trio also sang a song titled, “Cowboy President”, which drew enthusiastic and amused applause. th...
Student senator; Ohio's tax hike to benefit KSU [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
Student senator; Ohio's tax hike to benefit KSU Although the 50 percent tax increase included in the state’s revised budget might signal bad news for taxpayers, an even higher increase would have been more beneficial for the University and for students, Student Senator Todd Baker said Sunday. Baker, who has lobbied in Columbus against large cuts in higher education funding, said he was pleased that the legislature addressed the problems facing state colleges and universities but that he was hoping the tax increase would have been higher. The new budget, passed by the Ohio General Assembly last Wednesday, calls for the tax increase as well as a 10 percent cut in state agency funding. Senators Jim McKee, Sandi Mclntyre and Sandy West attended a four-day workshop on dormitory security in Louisville, Ky., last week. Mclntyre said the three were able to exchange ideas with students from other universities on vandalism and crime prevention. Also, KSU’s Volunteer Escort Service generates e...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
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Attack on Lebanon shows policy flaws [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
Attack on Lebanon shows policy flaws The wars go on. Once again the United States finds itself in the middle of two wars. For weeks Secretary of State Alexander Haig tried to find a solution to the Falklands conflict, without much success. His failure was due to the stubbornness of the two parties involved. Now, the United States has involved itself in the latest Mid-East conflict, and envoy Philip Habib is trying with the Lebanese to convince the Palestinian Liberation Organization to surrender. Of course the PLO has said it will not surrender, thus making further bloodshed in Lebanon almost unavoidable. But is it really? Why did Israel invade Lebanon? Is Israel, which for the first time initiated an attack, attacking just to show off its military power? Or is Israel taking the offensive with hopes of changing political alignments in the Middle East? Whatever its reason, Israel has put the United States in a very precarious position. Not only is the position the United States finds...
VIEWPOINTS Competition makes coverage better [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
VIEWPOINTS Competition makes coverage better Last Thursday, after 103 years, the Cleveland Press printed its final editions. It had seemed inevitable, and hadn’t come as a great shock to me, and probably not to many others. It’s been old news that the Press was in trouble. Yet, it is still a tragedy when a newspaper’s voice is stilled. I heard Herb Kamm speak a few months ago, when he still held the position as the Press’ chief editor. Even though he tried to sound optimistic as he outlined plans that were designed to bail out the Press, there was an edge of worry, and perhaps sadness, in his voice and eyes. However, he was determined to give it his all to help the Press survive. Yet, despite his determination, and I’m sure the determination of his staff, the Press failed. YES, the Press failed, in a game in which not many are fully equipped to play. The economy is stiff competition, and many businesses, like the Press, are losing to it every day. The Press lost, like the steel mill...
Letters PLO seeks to annihilate Israel [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
Letters PLO seeks to annihilate Israel Editor, Stater: The recent Israeli retaliation actions in southern and central Lebanon have once again brought the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) to the front pages of American newspapers. Many people, however, are uninformed as to the basic purpose of the PLO. The very existence of the PLO is based on the total denial of Israel’s right to national self-expres-sion and statehood. The PLO is dedicated to the destruction of Israel by any and all possible means. Compromise is out of the question. Virtually every article of the Organization’s “Palestinian National Covenant” also speaks of the ways and means by which this liquidation shall be achieved. The PLO is a terrorist group. By virtue of its name, aims, and _ charter it cannot possibly be a partner to any peace negotiations involving Israel or any other Middle Eastern state. Israel’s sole purpose in southern and central Lebanon is to move all PLO action out of range of northern Isr...
Emergency food needed [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
Emergency food needed Editor, Stater: The Lord’s Pantry, established eight years ago in Kent to meet local emergency food needs, is faced with a critical situation. Its usually well-stocked shelves are all but empty. This has been brought about because the issuance of food stamps has recently been computerized and the conversion from a human to a mechanical process has resulted in unexpected delays. Some programming errors are being rectified as they are discovered. The Kent Hunger Task Force, a local ecumenical group which is responsible for supplying the Pantry, is appealing to the community and the campus for help this summer. What is most needed are the following items: canned pork and beans, canned soup and vegetables, noodles, complete pancake mix (only water to be added) and cash or checks. Money is used to buy quantity at discount prices, including meat and day-old bread. Any of these items may be left during office hours at the Kent Social Services, 612 S. Water St., and wi...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
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SPORTS Flashes finish fifth in MAC track meet [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
SPORTS Flashes finish fifth in MAC track meet Tom Jefferson, Joe Napoli and Conor McCullough won individual titles as the KSU men’s track team finished fifth at the Mid-American Conference Championships at the University of Toledo May 20-22. Eastern Michigan won the team title with 157 points, followed by Miami University (132), Western Michigan (91), Ohio University (66) and KSU (55). Toledo was sixth in the meet with 51 points, followed by Bowling Green (46), Central Michigan (32), Ball State (12) and Northern Illinois (9). JEFFERSON,-a sophomore from Cleveland, won the 100-meter dash with a time of 10.73 seconds, three-tenths of a second ahead of Dave Phillips of Eastern Michigan. Jefferson finished second to Phillips in the 200-meter dash, Napoli, a freshman from Staten Island, N.Y., won the discus and placed fourth in the shot put for the Flashes. Napoli had a winning throw of 168 feet, 2 inches in the discus and a 53-2 effort in the shot put. Napoli’s throw in the discus was t...
Ex-Toledo player named cage coach [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
Ex-Toledo player named cage coach By TIM FARKAS Staff Writer Jim McDonald won’t be the only new face on the bench when the Kent State men’s basketball team opens the 1982-83 season next November. McDonald, an assistant coach at the University of Toledo the past 12 seasons who replaced Ed Douma as head coach late last March, will be joined by a new assistant, Stan Joplin, a 25-year-old former high school head coach in Toledo. On June 11, Joplin accepted the job that was made available when former KSU assistant coach Milton Barnes decided to take a similar position at the University of Detroit. McDonald said that three others applied for the Kent State job, but Joplin, who played under McDonald from 1975-79, is the most qualified candidate. “STAN IS a sound coach. He knows my system better than the others, and he’s played in the MAC (Mid-American Conference) before, so he’s familiar with the style of basketball that’s played in the conference.” However, McDonald said, Joplin’s greates...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
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"Wrath of Khan" far outdoes predecessor [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
"Wrath of Khan" far outdoes predecessor By TOM WILLS Staff Writer Star Trek II “The Wrath oj Khan, ” Paramount Pictures, 1982; Screenplay by Jack B. Sowards, Story by Harve Bennett and Jack B. Sowards. “Deflector shields up... Battle stations!” was the call from Admiral James T. Kirk, acting commander of the Federation Starship Enterprise. “Engineering report!” There was a sharp crackle within the intra-ship communications system. Chief engineer Scott answered the admiral with a tone of urgency. “SCOTTY HERE, sir. The engines can no’ stan’ the strain! We’re already down ta half power. If da situation doesn’t improve soon, we’re finished!” Does this sound strangely familiar? If you’re a die-hard Star Trek fan, it should. With “Star Trek II The Wrath of Khan,” fans have another chance to refresh their memories of the television series a network could not kill. This film, though, is far superior to its predecessor, “Star Trek The Movie.” Movie.” All of the original cast are still intac...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
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