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Fashion show is fantasy, entertainment [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
Fashion show is fantasy, entertainment By BETH CUNNINGHAM Associate Editor What else do you call an evening which features the fashions which have flattered women through the ages, the recent collection of designer Oscar de la Renta and an historic look at bridal gowns? ‘Two Centuries of Romance,” of course. The theme of the fourth annual Jerry Silverman-Shannon Rodgers Fashion Show ran throughout the Monday night extravaganza. For nearly an hour and a half, high-fashion-dad models floated down the runway through the center of the KSU ballroom, drawing ooh, ahs, and applause from the decked-out, soldout audience of 1,000. The evening was more than fashion. It was theater, live music, elegance, and, perhaps, fantasy. It was entertainment. SILVERMAN and Rogers, benefactors of KSU’s forthcoming fashion museum and School of Fashion Design (see story page emceed the program, and they appeared just as thrilled as the audience to watch the aura created on the stage and runway. An electric ...
Eight Flash athletes look to pro careers [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
Eight Flash athletes look to pro careers Eight former Kent State athletes will attempt to continue their sports careers in the professional world this summer, including six Flash football players in the National and Canadian football leagues. Roy Wagner, Maurice Clemmons, Sam Sopp, Chuck Floyd, John Jewell and Charlie Grandjean each have signed free-agent contracts. Wagner, a 6-foot-4, 286-pound offensive tackle, signed with the American Conference champion Cincinnati Bengals. SOPP, a 6-0, 176-pound cornerback, and Clemmons, a 6-2, 234-pound linebacker, will report to the New York Giants in July. Floyd, a 5-11, 191-pound flanker, signed with the Seattle Seahawks. Grandjean and Jewell both signed with Ottawa of the Canadian Football League. Grandjean, a 6-0, 191-pound safety, signed in February. Jewell is a 6-1, 250-pound offensive guard. MEANWHILE, KSU out fielder Randy Bockus was picked in the 34th round of the free-agent baseball draft by the San Francisco Giants. Bockus, who batt...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
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Intramural department posts summer hours [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
Intramural department posts summer hours By LONNIE ANGEL Staff Writer The KSU Intramural Department will make an attempt this summer to keep at least one gymnasium court free for informal participation in basketball, volleyball, badminton or other indoor activities from 1-7 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Court time will be limited to 30 minutes if several participants are waiting to use the courts. A daily list of court times available will be posted by Room 171 in the Memorial Annex. Clean gym shoes must be worn and valid summer KSU identifi- canon cards or activity passes must be shown to the gymnasium supervisor before using the facilities for any intramural activity. Also, many outdoor basketball, volleyball and tennis courts are available on a first-come basis. Softball fields are also available for informal participation. The Memorial Annex Pool will be reserved for open swim from 5-7 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Swimmers under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. ...
SPORTS BRIEFS Wartluft signs 5th cage recruit [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
SPORTS BRIEFS Wartluft signs 5th cage recruit PEGGY HUFNAGEL, who averaged 15 points and 10 rebounds a game in leading Mt. Lebanon High School in Pittsburgh, Pa., to 25-4 record, signed a national letter of intent to attend Kent State. Hufnagel, a 6-foot forward-cen-ter, becomes the fifth recruit to sign with KSU and Coach Laurel Wanhift. “Peggy aaos a new dimension 10 the forward position with her height advantage,” Wartluft said. “She also gives us quickness which we feel will benefit us both offensively and defensively.” Hufnagel was chosen one of the 10 best players among Pennsylvania’s Class AAA schools. More KSU BILL LASKEY, the former KSU pitcher now with the San Francisco Giants, continues to perform well for the National League club. Laskey has a team-leading 6-4 record and an earned run average of 2.43, second best in the National League. MAC ALEX AGASE, Eastern Michigan University’s athletic director for the past-five years, announced his retirement from the position effe...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
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Tidbits [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
Tidbits By MEGAN HARDING Entertainment Editor JAVA JUNKIES: Listen up, coffee lovers..there’s a new restaurant in town that serves Turkish coffee for a mere 35 cents and you can get regular coffee for a quarter a cup. Sindbad’s is located on South Lincoln Street next door to Dußois (the old housing placement center). They also offer Middle Eastern-type food, including some vegetarian dishes. The most expensive entree is $5. And, if the weather stays clear, there will be dining outside, cafe style. MEDICAL BENEFIT: Area bands are getting together at JB’s (downstairs) Friday to help out Veteran sound man Johnny Teagle who recently suffered neck injuries in an auto accident. Teagle (alias Johnny Clampett) is a former member of rockabily bands The Walkers and the Red Rocket Gang. On the bill for the benefit are the /-Models, the Wild Giraffes, the Flaming Dukes, Club Wow and those Bettys. Cover charge is $2. MUSICAL TRAINS: Saturday you can tour the Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation A...
'Village' cowboy gung ho on U.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
'Village' cowboy gung ho on U.S. By CHUCK POLIAFICO Staff Writer “Those people are getting sick and tired of the way they are being run by their government.” Dressed in a black corduroy coat, a plaid brown and black shirt, a leather brown tie, jeans accompanied with a huge silver belt buckle, brown cowboy boots and a gray cowboy hat, Jones said that his cowboy image identify with the cowboy image. I’m fascinated by it and also feel comfortable with the outfit,” he said. Jones, who said he has been acting on stage since he was 8 years old, attended the University of North Carolina, where he majored in theater and communications. IN 1972, Jones auditioned for Randy Jones is very American. The one-time preening cowboy of the disco group The Village People said that he would be the first to defend this country under any circumstances. “I believe in America and how it works,” said Jones who was recently in Akron rehearsing a play for the Kenley Players. “There is no place in the world th...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
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'The Desert Song' has many highlights [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
'The Desert Song' has many highlights By CHUCK POLIAFICO Staff Writer A talented cast, superb choreography and bright, colorful costumes were only a few of the many highlights in the Carousel Dinner Theater’s updated version of the romantic, musical comedy “The Desert Song.” The production, which runs through Sunday, tells the story of the mysterious Red Shadow (a Robin Hood for the Kingdom of Morocco) who falls in love With the beautiful Margot. Richard Bowne, in a dual role, is extremely talented and thoroughly entertaining as the do-gooder Red Shadow and the dim-witted and awkward son of the general who is out to destroy the red-masked robber. Tricia O’Connell, as Margot, gives a refreshing performance and also proves that she is a talented singer with such musical numbers as “The Sabre Song,” “Romance” and ‘The Desert Song.” Credit should also be given to Don Moran and Susan Rush who when on stage, comically steal the show. Moran portrays the not-too-brave Bennie who unwillingly...
Familiar style works for comic Conway's Kenley production [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
Familiar style works for comic Conway's Kenley production By CHUCK POLIAFICO Staff Writer If you liked ‘The Tim Conway Show,” “The Tim Conway Comedy Hour,” “Uncle Tim Wants You,” or Tim Conway in “The Carol Burnett Show,” you’ll love the Kenley production of “Wally’s Cafe” starring, you guessed it, Tim Conway. The production which opened Tuesday night at the EJ. Thomas Performing Arts Hall in Akron and runs through Sunday, has actresses Arlene Golonka and Yvonne Wilder joining Conway in the comedy. Conway portrays Wally Murdoch, a not-too-sensible man who moves west to get away from his in-laws in the east. Murdoch becomes proprietor of a snazzy hamburger joint that is out in the middle of the desert. To make matters worse, his competitor is right on the highway and attracts all the customers. The play spans 40 years with Murdoch holding on to his dream of becoming rich when a highway is built right next to his cafe, which, of course, never happens. Murdoch is accompanied by his wif...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
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ENTERTAINMENT 'Rocky III' features more action, better direction [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
ENTERTAINMENT 'Rocky III' features more action, better direction By PAUL PINKHAM Staff Writer Rocky 111 Starring Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire and Burgess Meredith. Directed by Sylvester Stallone. Produced by Robert Chartoff and Irwin Winkler. Music by Bill Conti. PHILADELPHIA During the recent ceremonies for the premiere here of his new film, “Rocky III,” Sylvester Stallone dedicated the Rocky statue, used in the film, to the city. It now stands, just as in the film, in front of the Museum of Art. All of this is only fitting. Ever since the first “Rocky” filmJPhila- delphia has identified with Rocky Balboa, its most famous fictional hero, depicted as the down-and-out underdog beating all the odds to get to the top. Now, a new Rocky has emerged. Sure, all the old familiar faces are back Mickey (Burgess Meredith), the tough, but kind old trainer; Adrian (Talia Shire), the dim-witted but growing-ever-more-beautiful wife; Paulie (Burt Young), the hard-luck brother-in-law; and Apollo ...