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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
When You're Hof You're Hot FOOD SALE! When You're Hot You're Hot FOOD SALE! BONUS 6uys! LIMIT ONE OF EACH WITH COUPON &amp; 'lO OR MORE FOOD PURCHASE EXCLUSIVE OF VALUE OF BONUS ITEMS BEER WINE AND CIGARETTES SAVE UP TO 40*... KRAFT'S FAMOUS MIRACLE WHIP Miracle Whip One MO 00 Purchase Qualifies For Both Bonus Buys! QUART JAR SAVE UP TO *1” ... ALL FLAVORS BORDEN ELSIE ICE CREAM SEEDLESS GRAPES * § Valu King SUPER MARKETS PRICES GOOD THRU SUNDAY AUGUST IS, 1982 (1835 EAST MAIN ST, IN KENT) i HALF GALLON CALIF. SWEET SEEDLESS RED FUME GRAPES lb GOLDEN YELLOW BANANAS lb URGE SIZE RED RIPE TOMATOES lb SELECTED 78* gQI GREEN LONG GREEN a OOt CUCUMBERS iw 77 URGE SIZE...EXTRA FANCT PASCAL PEPPERS uch FRESH, CRISPY...JUMBO 24SIZE CELERY STALK 19* S9* 7i.S.*D'A‘ (fatce* (fate* (fa CHUCK STEAK (fatcc See( Stea6 BONELESS CHUCK USDA CHOICE USDA HI CHOICE VALU TRIM'D IDEAL FOR BAR-B-Q NATURALLY LB m RiOiiM ANT MANUFACTURERS COUPON AND Wi ll DOUIII TNI SAVINGS. THIS OFFIR OOIS NOT APRLT...
Viewers ask, "but is Art?" Xerography is new medium of expression [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
Viewers ask, "but is Art?" Xerography is new medium of expression By MEGAN HARDING Entertainment Editor When advances in technology create new mediums of expression (such as computers, video and even photography) public recognition of them as legitimate art forms usually ’takes time. The electro-static printing process (xerography) has been available since 1950, and, though copy machines have revolutionized the business world, their possibilities for making art are just beginning to develop. Audiences still retaliate to each onslaught of technological wizardry with that nagging question: “But is it Art?” R.S. Beckman is one artist who is currently addressing that question. The first phase of his work, “Xerographic Interpretations,” is on display in the gallery on the second floor of the student center now through September 4. Beckman, a graduate student in printmaking here, employs formal considerations of design in his exploration of the new imagemaking process. He uses his rather ...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
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Live Music [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
Live Music Akron Agora Wednesday RPM, Thursday college I.D. night with Backseat Romance, Friday Risque, Saturday Racer, Tuesday The Action, Numbers Band, The Source, Unit 5 and Sidewalk. Filthy McNasty’s Thursday Alexander (women free), Friday Racer, Saturday Love Affair, Sunday Mesh. JB’s up: Thursday -Saturday the Numbers Band, down: Saturday f-Models. Mother’s Wednesday Airwave, Thursday Somatics, Friday Rawbeats, with Duck and Cover, Saturday Oroboros, Monday is music and dance and poetry by Frank Green, Cather- ine Kaikowska, David Robinson and Lynnette Welnicki. Sebastian’s Gardens Wednesday - Saturday Charlie Weiner, Sunday Driving Wheel, Monday Alex Bevan, Tuesday Monopoly. Shea-nanigan’s —Friday Joe Rocko, Saturday Doc Fluharty, Sunday John Perry and Tim Scholl. Stone Jug Friday and Saturday the Jim Griffin duo. Stuffed Mushroom Thursday and Friday Xrash Street Kids. Walter’s Cafe Friday Steve Witte, Saturday Hard Rain, Monday Terry Hynde, Tuesday Lewis John.
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
Information FREE INCENSE! For your free sample supply and catalog rush a long self-addressed stamped envelope to OASIS INCENSE CO., KANSAS CITY, KANSAS 66104. THE PLACE IS RAY’S RAY’S was putting bacon on the cheeseburger before Burger King put cheese on the burger. RAY’S Gerty’s been making old fashion chili longer than Wendy’s been a franchise. RAY’S You can buy a cheeseburger at RAY’S but you can’t buy a beer at McDonald’s. RAY’S MOTHER’S JUNCTION Wed.—AIRWAVE Thurs.-THE SOMOTICS Fri.-THE RAWBEATS &amp; SPECIAL GUEST Sat.—OROBOROS ALEX SEVAN APPEARING AT SEBASTIAN’S GARDENS AUGUST 16, 23, &amp; 30. No cover. Just a great time. BO TYPING Service typing all kinds of writing compositions. Call Day or Night 8363594. Own your own Jean-Sportswear, Infant-Pre-teen or Ladies Apparel Store. Offering all nationally known brands such as Jordache, Chic, Lee, Levi, Vanderbilt, Calvin Klein, Wrangler, over 200 other brands. $7,900 to $16,500 includes training, fixtures, grand o...
ENTERTAINMENT Gamblers play cool at Blossom [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
ENTERTAINMENT Gamblers play cool at Blossom By LINDA JOSEPH Staff Writer Although it’s August and the “heat’s on,” the crap shooters and gamblers are playing it cool at the Porthouse Theater where the KSU Blossom Theater company is closing the season with the awardwinning musical, “Guys and Dolls.” The play is loosely based on a story by Damon Runyon, the newspaperman who wrote fictional accounts of New York City, with other Runyon characters added for more “color.” “Guys and Dolls is a perfect blend of drama and musical, telling a tale of the crap games, gamblers and Salvation Army soulsavers who frequented the streets of New York in the 19405. The Loesser, Swerling, Burrows play, which opened more than 30 years ago on Broadway, is still exciting and timely as performed by the energetic, talented cast of the KSU Blossom Festival School Theater. Under the direction of Alan W. Benson, associate director of the KSU Theater, the cast gives classy polish to the colorful tale of the “guy...
Show 'tailored' for Midwest; J.T. breezes through standards [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
Show 'tailored' for Midwest; J.T. breezes through standards By MEGAN HARDING Entertainment Editor James Taylor’s summer concerts at Blossom Music Center are as familiar as songs such as “Fire and Rain” and “Country Road,” and large crowds turn out to see him every year. It’s no wonder, because Taylor is a polished performer who can still breathe life into 10-year-old standards. And for a wealthy Easterner, Taylor really knows how to appeal to the tastes of the Midwestern working man. (He should, for $8 and up per ticket.) With songs like “Brother Trucker” and “Millworker” he gives the impression that he’s just one of the folks. Taylor addresses this issue in a rocking number, “Money Machine,” when he says that instead of seeing fire and rain, “I’ve seen fives and I’ve seen tens.” TAYLOR PERFORMED a lot of solo material but also got the audience rocking during “Steamroller” and others backed by a band which included Rick Schlosser on drums, Dan Dugmore on keyboards and guitars, Andre...
Grade tampering suspected Ex-University official is indicted [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
Grade tampering suspected Ex-University official is indicted By BETH CUNNINGHAM and ROSS SNEYD Staff Writers A nine-month investigation of alleged grade fraud by a former University official has resulted in a seven-count secret indictment against Michael Veliky, former director of computer services, on charges of tampering with records, a fourth-degree felony. The indictment was returned Friday by a Portage County grand jury following the investigation by the Kent State Police Department and the county prosecutor’s office. The investigation was prompted by President-elect Michael Schwartz. Veliky, who resigned as computer services director last January to become director of data processing at Mid-Continent Telephone Co. in Hudson, has been scheduled for arraignment in Common Pleas Court Aug. 23. HE IS charged with changing seven grades for three different KSU students between the spring of 1979 and the summer of 1981. One of the students is Veliky’s son. Veliky, reached at his Stow ...
Faculties dean resigns; retains professorship [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
Faculties dean resigns; retains professorship Robert Alfonso, associate vice president and dean of faculties, has resigned effective Sept. 1. In a letter to President-elect Michael Schwartz, now provost and vice-president for student and academic affairs, Alfonso said he will stay on at the University as a tenured professor in curriculum and instruction in the College of Education, but will take a leave of absence this coming year to teach as a visiting professor at the University of Georgia in Athens. Schwartz said Alfonso, who has been an associate vice president for two years, “made it very clear that he has to have this opportunity to renew himself in his field.” PRIOR to joining the administration, Alfonso was the dean of the College of Education. This past year he was considered for the presidecy of two other universities. Alfonso, who has been out of town, was unavailable for comment on his resignation. Photo by Phoebe O’Neil Two-year-old Catherine Bartelme, from University H...
Proposed calendar lengthens break [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
Proposed calendar lengthens break By BETTY BARTHOLOMEW Staff Writer Under a newly proposed calendar, spring semester will start and finish a week later for the 1983-84 and 1984-85 school years than it does under the current calendar. During the University’s first two years on the semester system, many people complained that starting the spring semester in the fourth week in January made winter break too long. When the University adopted a calendar for last year that started spring semester in the second week of January, many students and faculty members said the break was too short. Still others said that the May 4 commemoration was split into half-day observances because of the interference of finals week. THE PROPOSED calendar, a compromise between the calendar currently in use and the one used from 1979 to 81, would start the spring semester the third week in January and put finals the second week in May, leaving May 4th undisturbed from preparation for finals. The 1982-83 calend...
KSU geologists studying city's water problems [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
KSU geologists studying city's water problems By DANIEL W. GOODWIN Staff Writer A University professor and some of his students are working on possible solutions to water problems in the city of Kent. The city water table has a current capacity of about 3.5 million gallons of water per day, and uses approximately three million gallons of water every day. A group of students supervised by Yorham Eckstein, professor of geology, are working on a study to help the city to gain more water from existing wells. Eckstein presented a plan to design a network of water wells to gain water from existing wells in the city. The wells were designed so that there would be no adverse effect on other wells surrounding the city. The wells are designed by computers which have been programmed to include the present water situation. JEFF BERK, a graduate student of the KSU Geology Department, is heading the study. The estimated cost for the city is over $ 14,000. The project is to last one year from its ...
AGENDA – Aug. 18-24 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
AGENDA - Aug. 18-24 CAMPUS ART EXHIBIT “Xerographic Interpretations” by R.S. Beckman at Student Center Art Gallery, Second Floor, Gallery hours: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. VIDEO TAPES Rock world features Adam and the Ants, Ted Nugent and Journey Wednesday through Friday at noon in Music Listening Center, Second Floor Student Center. Karla DeVito, Charlie Midnight, XTC, George Duke, Michael Smother and Kim Larson will be featured Monday and Tuesday at noon. CARPOOL REGISTRATION Campus Bus Service will hold registration for carpoolers August 18, 19, 20 on Second Floor - Student Center. Sign-up times are: Wednesday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Thursday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. KGLF - Kent/Gay Lesbian Foundation will hold its regular newcomers meeting Friday at 7 p.m. in Room 321 Student Center. Visitors are welcome. COMMUNITY KENLEY PLAYERS “Oliver” plays tonight at 8:30 in E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall, University of Akron. For ticket information call 375-0550. OH...