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AGENDA – July 7-12 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
AGENDA - July 7-12 CAMPUS BLOSSOM VISITING ARTIST LECTURE Ed Mayer lectures on sculpture tonight at 8 p.m. Chris Garland will lecture on graphic design Wednesday at 8 p.m. Both are in Lecture Hall 202, New Art Building. LIQUID CRYSTALS SEMINAR “Solid State Physics of Microparacrystals” by Dr. Rolf Hosemann, Gruppe Prakristallforschung and Bendesanstalt fur Materialprufung will lecture today ft 4:15 p.m. in room 110 Smith Hall, Music and Speech Building. Refreshments will be served. SENIOR PERCUSSION RECITAL featuring Nick Trotogot 111 at 8 p.m. Thursday in Ludwing Recital Hall, Music and Speech Building. PHYSICS COLLOQUIUM “Cross Sections and Analyzing Powers for Reactions on Targets of 16 0, 18 0, 9Be and 2S Si” by Ali Fazely, Department of Physics at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Room 110 Smith Hall. Refreshments will be served. COMMUNITY RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEIN’S “SOUTH PA CIFIC” open Friday at Porthouse Theatre, adjacent to Blossom Music Center. Performances are: July 10-11, 16-18, 23-24 ...
Parking and traffic revise guidelines [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
Parking and traffic revise guidelines Several changes have been made in the University parking and traffic code and copies of it are available in the Office of Parking and Traffic in Van Campen Hall. Betty Gillespie, Parking and Traffic clerical supervisor, said, “We tried to put it (the code) in more understandable terms.” She said a few changes have also been made. Among the changes in the code, which went into effect April 1, are: •People with faculty-staff permits can park in any ungated lot on campus for up to two hours; •R-13 permits will be recognized inthe R-13 (Allerton Apartment) lots only; •A $lO deposit will be required before an appeal of a ticket will be heard; •The Parking and Traffic Advisory Committee will hear all appeals; •A clause has been added giving the Director of Police authority to make temporary modifications in the code. Gillespie said copies may be picked up during office hours which are 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. She said Parking and Traffic is also in the process...
July 15 set for applications deadline [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
July 15 set for applications deadline By ROBIN C. GRAY Staff Writer The search committee for a dean of the new School of Fashion Design and Merchandising is under no pressure to find a dean for that school by its opening this fall. July 15 is the deadline for submission of application material to the search committee, but no date has been set for the selection of a dean. If no preferable applicants are found by the July 15 date, however, the search committee “will begin the search anew,” Walter Watson, the director of the committee and the School of Music, said. The committee, which consists of seven KSU administrators and one student, will review the background and qualifications of each applicant and recommend no fewer than three applicants to Harry Ausprich, dean of the College of Fine and Professional Arts. AUSPRICH WILL DECIDE on the new dean, Watson said. “In general, we’re looking for someone with academic credentials and experience in the industry of fashion merchandising an...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
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Library gets collections Film memorabilia is donated [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
Library gets collections Film memorabilia is donated By LINDA JOSEPH Staff Writer Posters of Robert Youngson’s movies grace the walls: “The Golden Age of Comedy,” “Days of Thrills and Laughter” and “This Mechanical Age.” From a box of Lois Wilson’s memorabilia, three autographed photos strike the eye: Loretta Young, Shirley Temple and Jean Harlow, all inscribed to Lois. The room is not a movie museum in New York or Hollywood, but the 12th floor of the University main library, where the Special Collections department is located. AMIDST the boxes and books is Alex Gildzen, associate curator of special collections. He is currently engaged with the latest donation the library of the late filmmaker, Robert Youngson. The donation includes magazines and manuscripts, 400 books and more than 1,000 films. “The magazines include a complete run of Photoplay for the 19205,” says Gildzen. He explained the significance, “Today it’s just a fan magazine, but back in the ’2os it was THE most importan...
Church groups will sponsor fellowship night [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
Church groups will sponsor fellowship night United Christian Ministries (UCM) will sponsor a fellowship and recreation night every Sunday at 6:30 p.m., featuring movies and discussions on living the Christian faith. Members of all denominations are invited to the activities. The following churches are sponsoring the fellowship night: United Methodist, United Church of Christ, Episcopal, American Baptist, and Church of the Brethern. Also, persons interested in starting a Bible study group on a weekday should call the UCM office at 673-5687 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
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DWI proposal has unproven guilt basis [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
DWI proposal has unproven guilt basis Once again a controversial, and emotional, issue has the public crying for an immediate remedy from state legislators. The public wants a tougher law regarding drunk drivers. And the public is near getting what it wants. But is the public aware of what it is getting? In a bill that sailed through the Ohio Senate in April without one dissenting vote, a “conclusive presumption” that any motorist whose blood-alcohol level is tested above a 0.10 level is guity of driving while intoxicated. The bill, now in the House, has a guilty-until-proven-innocent premise. Fortunately some legislators have expressed concern about this aspect of the bill. A state representative from Cincinnati has taken the extreme end saying, “There’d be no need for a judge, or jury or a courthouse.” And while this may seem farfetched why couldn’t it happen? When laws are passed, no matter how well intentioned, that change the premise from innocent-until-proven-guilty to a per s...
VIEWPOINTS Mrs. Schlafly-God bless her [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
VIEWPOINTS Mrs. Schlafly-God bless her By ARTHUR HOPPE I started to crawl out of bed Thursday morning to go make my breakfast as usual when I heard my dear wife, Glynda, in the kitchen singing, “I enjoy being a girl.” Of course! The ERA was dead! In fact that wonderful gal, Phyllis Schlafly, had held a big party in Washington the night before to celebrate “the commencement of a new era of harmony between men and women.” So I pulled the covers back up under my chin. Nor had I long to wait. There was a tap on the door and in popped Glynda with a tray. “Fresh-squozen (cq) orange juice, ham and eggs and hand-ground coffee for my lord and master,” she said with a smile. I gave her a loving pat on the bottom even though the eggs were a bit overcooked. (I must admit, she did them perfectly the second time.) And after I had finished my breakfast, my morning paper and my first cigar she picked up the tray and asked if she might “bother me for a moment” as she needed my advice. “Certainly,” I...
Democrats helped GOP 'lose' ERA [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
Democrats helped GOP 'lose' ERA By MAXWELL GLEN and CODY SHEARER PHILADELPHIA - For the Democrats participating in the “love-in” here last weekend, the sight of 300 women clad in green and white and picketing the convention hall was one of the few blemishes on party unity. In the City of Brotherly Love, Eleanor Smeal’s National Organization for Women (NOW) was warning complacent Democratic delegates that they had no monopoly on women voters. Despite their past support for the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), NOW charged, Democrats deserved as much credit for “losing” ERA as their Republican counterparts. “We weren’t born Democrats, Re- publicans, or yesterday,” read many signs outside the hall. ♦ ♦ ♦ Meanwhile, if anyone was fighting for women’s rights inside the mid-term conference hall, it was Rep. Geraldine Ferraro (DN.Y.). And, increasingly, party regulars raise the articulate and poised New Yorker’s name when cataloging vice-presidential possibilities. * * ♦ Despite Ronald Reagan’...
FEATURES Gives witty and humorous view Parliament member compares U.K., U.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982
FEATURES Gives witty and humorous view Parliament member compares U.K., U.S. By MARLA SCHWARTZ Staff Writer LONDON-Fergus Montgomery, who became a Member of Parliament in the House of Commons twenty years ago, may appear to be a serious man, but, in an interview, he came across as a very witty man with a delightful sense of humor. “Americans may try to imitate the British accent, but this is what an American sounds like” he joked, proceeding to make an awful nasal sound which was supposed to sound like a typical American accent. Montgomery then became still as he clenched his hands and actually became serious for a moment. “I remember when I had to make a choice of which political party to join,” he said. “I decided to join the conservative party, even though I knew that there was a trend at that time against the conservatives. However, I chose this party because my parents differed politically.” Montgomery represents a constituency from Northern England; Being a Member of Parliamen...