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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982

axcia i BEAUTY SALON 811 Marvin Ave. • Kent, Ohio 44240 (Off Lake St, Just two blocks east of Crain Ave. BridgeLocated along Campus Bus Service route.) Give yourself a new look! Make that appointment NOW!!! Men's & Women's Haircut & Blowdry ONLY $6 Complete Perms & Gniperms including cut & styling. Starting $25.00 Open Monday thru Saturday CALL NOW FOR A NEW LOOK!!!! Evenings By Appointment i 678-8881 <r^^ p s> <s^w^3>< vvvv ¥ v * * ► * ► * * * > > > > > > > 6 6 The Side Door Presents” Lunch with the Soaps 1:30 4 p.m., Mon. Fri. “AS THE WORLD TURNS” let us be your “GUIDING LIGHT.” Remember, you have but “ONE LIFE TO LIVE ” so don’t be like “THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS” and go off into “ANOTHER WORLD.” - Relax, let “ALL MY CHILDREN” serve you a delicious lunch, - or you may find yourself in “GENERAL HOSPITAL...

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Source: Kent State University
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Spielberg's ET is more than science fiction [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982

Spielberg's ET is more than science fiction By TOM WILLS Staff Writer E.T. - The Extra-Terrestrial Director: Steven Spielberg Screenplay: Melissa Mathison Producers: Steven Spielberg and Kathleen Kennedy A Universal Studios Release Steven Spielberg’s “E.T. - The Extra-Terrestrial” has been billed by Newsweek as “the summer’s best movie.” The title fits. “E.T.” is more than a science-fic-tion movie. In this magical film, the audience becomes part of the first confusing contact between humans and a being from another world. The central human figure is a starry-eyed boy, Elliott (Henry Thomas), but the star here is the Extra-Terrestrial himself. Creator Carlo Rambaldi has produced an unbelievably real-looking creature. The E.T., stranded on earth, alone and afraid, is befriended by Elliot and eventually his smartaleck older brother (Robert MacNaughton), his younger sister (Drew Barrymore) and their mother (Dee Wallace). E.T.’s physical appearance first startles and then charms the audi...

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Source: Kent State University
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"South Pacific" to open at Porthouse [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982

"South Pacific" to open at Porthouse Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical “South Pacific” will be the third show in Kent State University’s 14th Blossom Festival School Theater Season and will open Friday at the Porthouse Theater adjacent to Blossom Music center. The play will be presented on three weekends July 9-11, July 16-18 and July 23-25. All performances will be at 8 p.m. except for a 3 p.m. matinee on Sunday, July 25. The musical score contains memorable songs such as “Some Enchanted Evening,” “Bali Ha’i,” “I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair” and “I’m in Love with a Wonderful Guy.” Df. Louis O. Erdmann, Executive Director of the Blossom Festival Theater School will direct the show. Choreography was done by KSU dance professor Eugenia Schoettler. Ken Furlan, an associate music professor at KSU’s Stark Campus is the musical director. The musical is based on James A. Michener’s Pulitzer Prize winning collection of short stories, “Tales of the South Pacific.” A navy offic...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982

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ENTERTAINMENT Kent Fest held a day late [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982

ENTERTAINMENT Kent Fest held a day late By MARIELLEN MINING and ROSS SNEYD Staff Writers The first Seventh Annual Kent Fest may have been rained out, but that didn’t dampen spirits for the second Seventh Annual Kent Fest, which came off in true Fourth of July spirit. The annual street fair was originally scheduled for Saturday, and for the first time in seven years, rain forced the Kent Fest committee to postpone the festivities until Sunday. According to Mary Drongowski, director of the Kent Fest, all but a few of the booths were back on Sunday. “In view of the rain delay, Tm very pleased that the day was such a success,” she said. THE 10-KILOMETER road race was held Saturday despite the rain, and many of the more than 550 runner were glad. The Portage Triple Crown Canoe Club also held canoe races and a kayak slalom race in the Cuyahoga River Saturday. Included in the events was the First Annual All-Ohio Bartender’s Race. Kent City Councilman Chris Myers was pleased with the rain d...

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Huntington nips Demboski in 10k run Dillon wins womens division [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982

Huntington nips Demboski in 10k run Dillon wins womens division It rained on the Kent Fest parade Saturday -- its road run that is. The Fourth Annual Kent Fest 10-kilometer run started before rain forced the Kent Fest Committee to postpone the rest of the seventh annual street fair until Sunday. William Huntington won the 6.2-mile race, followed closely by Steve Demboski, a Kent State student and member of the track team. The women’s division was won by Terry Dillon with a time of 38:51. Lynn Deninno was second among women with a time of 39:57. MORE THAN 550 people finished the race which began on the West Main Street bridge, circled through residential streets in southwest Kent and finished on the bridge again. In addition to awards for the overall winners, the Kent Fest committee awarded plaques in 14 age categories. Plaques were also awarded to the first Kent State alumnus and alumn and Roosevelt High School alumnus and alumna finishers. Barton Bixenstine was the, first KSU alumn...

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Art exhibit concentrates on nature, impressionism [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982

Art exhibit concentrates on nature, impressionism The Kent Student Center Art Gallery will open its second summer exhibit titled “Color - A New Perspective” with photographs by Christy Counterman and paintings by Kathi Shea. Counterman’s photography is essentially nature-oriented. SHEA WILL EXHIBIT oil paintings which are primarily figurative. Shea said that she has been influenced by the impressionists “in their use of color and line to convey motion and life.” Counterman says that one of the things the artists hope to accomplish with their show is “just to make people stop and look at all that is around them. My photography has brought that enjoyment back to me and I hope others can get that enjoyment by getting a glimpse (through my pictures).” Shea agrees, adding, “by portraying objects of creation and everyday situations, we hope to communicate to the viewer the joy we have in surveying God’s creation.” The Student Center Art Gallery is located in the second floor of the Studen...

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Variety of styles performed Laid-back Buffett brings party to Blossom [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982

Variety of styles performed Laid-back Buffett brings party to Blossom By DAVID SLUTZKY Staff Writer The music industry, despite its flaws, leaves room for a couple of specialty performers artists that don’t fit into any preconceived style, but play music that is accessible enough for the masses and original enough to entice the critics. Jimmy Buffett is this kind of performer. His songs border on the grey areas of folk, rock and country and at Monday’s shown at Blossom, Buffett and his band treated a near sell-out crowd to two sets of party tunes and soft ballads. What makes Buffett so appealing is his laid back outlook. In times when employment is scarce and international relations are less than optimum, he knows how to entertain an audience to the point where nothing else matters except having a good time. As a sailor, Buffett is a pro at having fun, and on stage this is reflected. MONDAY’S SHOW was also paced well as both sets featured Buffett performing solo before his band join...

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1982

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 July 1982

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Health Center saves students money [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 July 1982

Health Center saves students money By LYNN VOSS Staff Writer If filling your last prescription emptied your pocketbook, consider having the next one filled at the campus health center. Health Center Director Dr. Jay Cranston said, “Filling prescriptions at below the cost of having them filled downtown is one of the many health services available for both full-time and part-time students.” Many students, especially those who live off-campus and attend classes only part-time, are unaware that their campus fees entitle them to emergency and routine care at the Health Center, Cranston said. “MUCH OF the medical care for injuries or illness is without cost to the students,” Cranston said. There are charges for special lab tests that have to be sent out and for filling prescriptions, he explained. Three full-time physicians are on duty at the center. In addition to Cranston, a specialist in family practice, there is a generalist and an internist. “We function primarily as an outpatient me...

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Two KSU students die in auto accident [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 July 1982

Two KSU students die in auto accident By MARIELLEN MINING Staff Writer Two KSU students were killed, and another seriously injured Sunday morning, when the car they were riding in collided into an abandoned van on Interstate 271 in Bedford. Carol L. Shoults, 23, of Cuyahoga Falls, and Maureen C. Lenahan, 21, of Akron, were burned to death in the 3 a.m. accident when the gas tanks of the two vehicles burst into flames upon impact, according to Bedford Police. The driver, Diana Ramsey, 23, of Kent, a former KSU student, was able to escape from the car. She is listed in stable condition with facial and hand burns at Bedford Community Hospital. SHOULTS, an advertising major, planned to graduate in December. Lenahan was graduated in May, and was employed with the M. O’Neil Co. in Akron. The women were members of the Chi Omega Sorority at Kent State. According to police, the car was traveling south on 1-271, when it hit the abandoned van, bursting into flames. Apparently, the three were r...

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Relocating Recycling Center is problem to council [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 July 1982

Relocating Recycling Center is problem to council By JEFFREY LAMM Staff Writer A proposal to amend the city zoning code which would enable relocation of the Kent Recycling Center was narrowly approved by the Kent City Council last week. The proposal, which directs the zoning board to formally define and designate a zone classification for recycling centers, split the council’s vote 4-4. The deadlock, caused by the absence of councilman Dal Hardesty, was broken by Mayor . Nancy Hansford. Council members Kathleen Chandler, William Schultz, Patricia Reed, and Nancy Wenninger voted in favor of the proposal. Edward Pease, Christopher Myers, John Thomas, and Joshua Brown were opposed. THE RECYCLING CENTER, operated by the Kent Environmental Council, is currently located in a residential area at 626 Franklin Ave. It was moved there following a May 5 fire which destroyed the original recycling building on South Water Street. Currently, there is no designation for recycling centers in the ci...

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AGENDA – July 13-15 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 July 1982

AGENDA – July 13-15 CAMPUS COLOR: A NEW PERSPECTIVE • The works of Christy Counterman and Kathi Shea will be on display through Aug. 7 in the Student Center art gallery, second floor. A meet-the-artist opening reception is slated for Tuesday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and Wednesday from noon to 1 p.m. KIDiZCRAFTS craft classes in tie-dying will meet Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Craft Art Studio, Room 224 Student Center. For information and registration call 672-2554. COMMUNITY PORTAGE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY - Kent, .Mantua and Ravenna glass, poet- ry and Indian artifacts exhibit at 6549 N. Chestnut St., Ravenna. Museum hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2 to 4 p.m. and Sundays from 2 to 5 p.m. Group tours by appointment only. Free to the public. For information call 296-3523. BLOSSOM CONCERTS Elton John and Quarterflash in concert at 8 p.m. tonight. Lawn seats $9. Pavilion seats sold out. Geroge Benson will perform Wednesday at 8 p.m. Pavilion seats are $l2. Blossom Music Ce...

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Non-student fares increased by CBS [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 July 1982

Non-student fares increased by CBS By ROSS SNEYD Staff Writer Campus Bus Service will im crease fares for non-students on Aug. 1 to help make up for a cut in money from the federal government, Rich Purgert, CBS marketing director, said. The $310,000 which the bus service received from the federal government in 1981 was cut to $150,000 this year, Purgert said. To help offset the cut, the fare for a single ride for non-students will go up from 45 cents to 55 cents, he said. In addition, the following increases will go into effect Aug. 1: A BOOKLET of 10 adult tickets will go up $1 to $5; A booklet of 20 senior citizen tickets will go up $ 1 to $5; A booklet of 20 non-KSU stud- ent tickets will rise $2 to $7.50. A hearing about the fare increase will be held in the Student Center July 29 which will “give people the opportunity to express their views on them,” Purgert said. However, it is not likely that the increases will be cancelled as a result of the hearing, he said. The fare incre...

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