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Flash football season tickets on sale [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Flash football season tickets on sale Season tickets for the upcoming KSU football season are currently on sale through the athletic ticket ■ office in Memorial Gym. The Flashes, who open the home season October 2 against Miami, have a five-game home schedule. For information call 672-2244. Stater photo by Phoebe O'Neil Steve Lechiara, a freshman educative life science major, practices his jump shot through the sunlight in the Memorial Gym Annex. The Annex is open Monday through Saturday from 1 to 7 p.m.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
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ENTERTAINMENT Large crowd expected at Seventh Annual KentFest [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
ENTERTAINMENT Large crowd expected at Seventh Annual KentFest By MARIELLEN MINING Staff Writer There will be dancing in the streets of downtown Kent Saturday, at the Seventh Annual KentFest. The street fair will include over 43 booths and 31 food stands, and will draw crowds of area residents that Mary Drongowski, director of the Kent Fest, estimates will number around 6,000. According to Drongowski, there will be activities and entertainment from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., including three bandstands, roving musicians and a craft show. KICKING OFF the celebra tions will be a 10-kilometer road run, which begins on the West Main Street bridge at 9:30 a.m. Over 240 runners have already registered for the 6.2-mile race, Drongowski said. There is a $5 entry fee, and all runners will receive a T-shirt. Trophies will be awarded to winners from all age groups, and also for the first KSU alumni (men and women) to cross the finish line. There will be games to play throughout the day, and those who fe...
Katz, Lord and Gingold will teach at Blossom Festival Music School [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Katz, Lord and Gingold will teach at Blossom Festival Music School Stephen Lord, Josef Gingold and Martin Katz will be the visiting artists this year in the Blossom Festival Music School, which will offer a five-week Vocal Accompanying Seminar from July 5 to August 6. All three are world-renowned musicians who have been invited to conduct “master classes” all over the world. In a master class, the best students from a particular locale receive intensive individual coaching from the master, said Lois Rova Ozanich, an associate professor of music here. Afterward, they usually give a recital, accompanied by the master, or in a chamber music setting where they are the only musician to play any particular soprano, alto, tenor or bass part. This year, 61 students will study repertoire and opera music in the festival program, including 21 vocalists, six pianists, two French horn players, and 32 students in the strings and woodwinds area. Katz, a pianist, will perform Sunday, August 8 at 2 ...
Squeeze plays pop at Agora [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Squeeze plays pop at Agora By DAVID SLUTZKY Staff Writer For an hour and fifteen minutes, Squeeze tempted an audience of about 1500 with its special blend of pop ballads Tuesday night at the Akron Agora. Despite the small location (the group sold out Madison Square Garden two weeks ago), Squeeze felt comfortable with the Agora crowd, being thankful to have any fans at all in an area where its airplay is extremely limited. The band performed songs from its most recent album, “Sweets from a Stranger” as well as its four previous records for a crowd whose enthusiasm compensated for its size. From the opening chords of “Another Nail in My Heart” from the “Argy Bargy” album to the echoing choruses of “Tempted”, Squeeze delivered a masterfully popped-out performance. THE TONE of the concert shifted from straight-ahead pop tunes to slower ballads, a Ventureslike instrumental and even included a couple of scat and rockabilly numbers. Despite this, the show flowed together with a pleasant me...
Cleo Laine amazes fans with her voice [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Cleo Laine amazes fans with her voice By MEGAN HARDING Entertainment Editor Though she sang the songs of another era, Cleo Laine delighted her audience with the amazing range and versatility of her voice at The Front Row Tuesday night. It was a treat to see such a polished performer backed by toprate British musicians such as John Dankworth, on saxophones and clarinet; Daryl Runswick, on keyboards; Bill Lisage, on vibropt one; Kenny Clare, on drums and Alec Dankworth on bass guitar. The evening began with an instrumental set in which the band played jazz classics such as Duke Ellington’s “Caravan,” and warmed the crowd to the smooth, relaxing sound which they provided throughout the concert. THEN LAINE took the stage and captivated her fans with “Taking a Chance on Love,” in which her voice ranged easily over more than three octaves. Her voice was sometimes clear and sweet, sometimes sultry and throaty, as when she sang “Unlucky Woman (Born on a Friday).” When introducing one group ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
Wednesday, July 7, 1982 Summer Kent Stater Vol. 11l No. 7 Summer Kent Stater S**. . :8;. STEVE SEFCHIK Editor BETH CUNNINGHAM PAT CHARLES Associate Editor Advertising Manager Stater Staff Sports Editor ..MARTY PANTAGES Entertainment Editor MEGAN HARDING Feature Editor.... KIM ORIOLE Copy Editor DONN HANDY Photo Editor PHOEBE O’NEIL Secretaries SHARON MARQUIS, MARY SMITH Adviser EVAN SMITH STAFF WRITERS: Ross Sneyd, Michelle Monteforte, Tim Farkas, Robin C. Gray, Lisa Bernstein, Mariellen Mining, Henri Adjodha, Leanne Genovese, Tom Wills, Linda Joseph, Lynn Voss.. STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS: Hoda Bakhshandagi, Henri Adjodha
Federal audit shows that KSU owes $34,000 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
Federal audit shows that KSU owes $34,000 By MICHELLE MONTEFORTE Staff Writer A recent audit by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says that Kent State University owes the federal government $34,079 for disallowed claims. According to Richard Dunn, University treasurer and vice president for business affairs, “there was nothing in the audit that showed inaccurate record-keep-ing,” as has been previously reported in newspapers, “and I want to clear up any misconceptions concerning this matter.” The audit examined $6.3 million in federal grants and contracts given to the University from 1976 to June 30, 1979, and supposedly showed travel expenses that could not be justified, graduate students on dual payrolls and workshop fees that went to non-participants. HOWEVER, Dunn said that every three years federal auditors come in and examine records, question claims and disallow some of them, which is what happened with this audit. Currently, University administrators are negot...
Student to attend Spanish university [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
Student to attend Spanish university By MICHELLE MONTEFORTE Staff Writer Most students can only dream of attending school in a foreign country, but for Patricia Wood, that dream will soon become a reality. Wood, a senior majoring in political science and Spanish, was recently awarded a scholarship from Delta Sigma Pi, the national Spanish honorary, and will attend a summer session at the Universidad Internacional Menendez Pelayo in Santander, Spain, during August. Wood will leave the United States on July 30, and return sometime around August 29. Only two students from the United States were awarded the scholarships, which are worth $2,000, and will be used for tuition, room and board, and travel expenses. SCHOLARSHIP hopefuls were asked to fill out a four-page application, which included grade transcripts, three faculty recommendations, and an essay written in Spanish. While attending school in Santander, a seaport and resort city on the north coast of Spain near France, Wood will ...
New admissions requirements to benefit students [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
New admissions requirements to benefit students By LYNN VOSS Staff Writer The new Kent State admission policy going into effect in the fall of 1983 is designed to help students succeed at the University, not to keep them out, said Admissions Director Bruce Riddle. “Kent State is, and will remain, an open-admissions university,” Riddle said. “Any Ohio residents who have graduated from high school, no matter what courses they took or what their grade point average was, can still be admitted to the University,” Riddle said. “No gate will come crashing down in the fall of ’83.” RIDDLE SAID the University is trying to do something about the 50-60 percent of incoming students who are not academically prepared for college. “Many of them become university drop-outs,” he said. The new admissions standards will be used to determine which students have deficiencies in their college preparation, so they can be given assistance before their university experience becomes an academic disaster, Rid...