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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982

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Struggle to continue after ERA'S death [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982

Struggle to continue after ERA'S death Will there be new life for the Equal Rights Amendment after tomorrow’s deadline? Not unless pro-ERA advocates realize that American women are not a homogeneous group with parallel goals. The ERA has died because it was beaten by a formidable foe — women, the multitudes of women representing a spectrum of ideas. Without a united front, the ERA began to lose momentum, and as time went on, it garnered more opposition from conservative women’s factions. Many of these women’s groups who opposed the ERA are optimistic about uniting with pro-ERAers in fighting for goals they share. But discord remains a problem. Anti-ERA leader Phyllis Schlafly, who is basking in the thrill of victory, holds little hope for, and is not even interested in, a truce. “I don’t see any way to harmonize the leaders of the pro-ERA movement and the antiERA movement,” the feisty leader said. “There are hardly any areas where we share the same goals.” Besides, pro-ERA people ar...

Publication Title: Summer Kent Stater, The
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982
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Source: Kent State University
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VIEWPOINTS ERA only after racial equality gained [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982

VIEWPOINTS ERA only after racial equality gained Recently I was confronted by a fellow classmate with the idea that the inevitable defeat of the proposed Equal Rights Amendment will be owed to the lack of participation in the struggle for its passage by “minority women.” Being a black woman who is opposed to the passage of the amendment, I then must be part of the problem and therefore feel a need to defend my position on this issue. Let us first consider the language of the proposed amendment which states that the “Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.” Legislation outlawing discrimination, throughout history, has been created to confront the problems that plague the black race. However, none has been so limited in its scope as to confront only those prejudices in society which cause people to discriminate against blacks mainly because of their sex. This is because there has been no discrimination ex...

Publication Title: Summer Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
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HERE AND NOW Reagan suffering from a 'gender gap' [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982

HERE AND NOW Reagan suffering from a 'gender gap' By MAXWELL GLEN and CODY SHEARER WASHINGTON Vice Presi dent George Bush’s recent refusal to meet with seven hunger-striking supporters of the Equal Rights Amendment may have left the impression that the Reagan administration doesn’t care about its .“woman problem.” But the opposite is closer to the mark. Despite the vice president’s cold shoulder, White House officials are concocting measures to avoid a “permanent anti-woman stigma and massive defeats in the 1982 election,” as the Illinois fasters warned in their telegram to Bush last week. It’s no secret, of course, that Ronald Reagan suffers from a hazardous gender gap. His he-man talk in the 1980 campaign led to an unprecedented 8 percent difference between his male and female support. Since then, with the help of regressive domestic policies, Reagan’s support among women has dropped to 16-18 percent below that of men, which could translate to a 3 to 5 percent differ- ence in an e...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982

■Letters to the editor concerning topics of campus interest are welcome. Letters should be brief, not exceeding 300 words, typed and double spaced. Name, year in school, major and phone number should be included. We reserve the right to edit material submitted for publication. Letters should be sent to 100 Taylor.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982

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SPORTS McDonald: MAC rule changes unlikely Conference probably won't adopt three-point goal, shot clock [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982

SPORTS McDonald: MAC rule changes unlikely Conference probably won't adopt three-point goal, shot clock By TIM FARKAS Staff Writer It doesn’t look as though the Mid-American Conference will be a guinea pig in college basketball next season. At least as far as Kent State coach Jim McDonald knows. McDonald said that MAC coaches have not even discussed the possibility of experimenting with a shot clock or three-point goal. “The conference hasn’t consult- ed its coaches,” he said. “Nothing has been discussed. I don’t see changes being made unless a special meeting is called by them (conference coaches).” MANY CONFERENCES, including the Atlantic Coast, Big Ten and Ohio Valley, will adopt these rule changes for at least one season upon recommendation from the NCAA rules committee. “The rules committee is looking for more research (on rule changes) and asking various conferences to experiment with them,” McDonald said. “Then, the NCAA probably will draw statistics, and put them in front of...

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Source: Kent State University
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Wise second in tourney [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982

Wise second in tourney Mark Wise, a member of the Kent State golf team, finished in a three-way tie for second place in the 41st Ohio Junior Golf Championship at Belmont Hills Country Club in St. Clairsville, Ohio. Wise, a sophomore-to-be, finished at 148, 1 stroke off the winning pace of Miami University’s Jum Muething. Wise. Jeff LeMaster of Col- umbus and Mark Bueter of Dublin shared the first-round lead with 1-over-par 735. All shot 3-over-par 75s in the second round. Wise averaged 79.3 strokes per round for the Flashes last season and finished 25th overall in the Mid-American Conference Championships with a four-round total of 303.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982

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ENTERTAINMENT Tartuffe' ridicules feigned piety [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 29 June 1982

ENTERTAINMENT Tartuffe' ridicules feigned piety By MEGAN HARDING Entertainment Editor A pious appearance is often used to disguise treachery. That is the lesson of the play “Tartuffe,” which opens tonight at the Wright-Curtis Theater as the second production of. the 14th Blossom Festival School Theater Season. Though this conmedy was written by the French playwright Moliere in the 17th century, its message is just as relevant today. The play, directed by Alan W. Benson, KSU associate professor of theater, draws obvious parallels between Moliere’s moral majority types of today. It is the story of how Tartuffe, a starving beggar, wins the favor of the wealthy Orgon (Michael Hendrix) and stealthily becomes a fixture in his household. James Smith effectively portrays the dual nature of the Tartuffe character, the lecherous slime who is constantly excusing himself to attend to his “religious duties.” Through his outward show of holiness, he secures the adulation of the patriarch Orgon, b...

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