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Thorogood's r&b guitar launches his Destroyers [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
Thorogood's r&amp;b guitar launches his Destroyers By LINDA JOSEPH Staff Writer There’s no one like George Thorogood and his Delaware Destroyers. His guitar playing can rock like the house is coming down, but he can also play the blues like a man eternally caught in the chains of lowdown bad luck. Thorogood is an exceptionally good slide guitar player making his guitar whine and howl in the songs of blues great Elmore James. Thorogood’s got the technique all right. But what makes him great is that he plays like a man in love with his guitar. He’s got the spirit and feeling of rhythm’ n’ blues in addition to having the best technique of any white person coming down the highway in a long time. Following in the footsteps of men such as Hound Dog Taylor, Willie Dixon, Elmore James and the other blues men whose songs he has included on his four official and one unofficial album. Thorogood can play any type of music. Fast rockers, slow blues, medium boogies Thorogood plays them al...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1983
For tanning without burning see , page 16 Wednesday, June 15,1983 Vol. IV, No. 1 Summer Kent Stater Summer Kent Stater MICHELLE MONTEFORTE Editor MARIELLEN MINING LINDA JOHNSON Managing Editor Advertising Manager Stater Staff Editorial Page Editor JeffMcVann Sports Editor Gary A. Molinaro Style Editor CathiCiha Photo Editor Mark Rogers Cartoonist Mike Scott Staff Writers: Dave Buckley, John Caniglia, Lisa Cross, Scott Foster, Sean Gilbow, Greg Ledger, Mary McNaughton, Pat Ropchock, Greg Schalk, R. Allen Smith, Stephanie Tomazic, Norman Leigh. &lt;3 ports Style
State may increase funds for higher education [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1983
State may increase funds for higher education By R. ALLEN SMITH Stater Staff Writer As ]the state budget moves from the Ohio House of Representatives into the Senate for approval, money for higher education is likely to increase, David Phillips, student lobbyist and assistant to the Secretary of Legislative Affairs for the Ohio Student Association, said. “From the information I have, there will be an increase in the amount of money higher education has received from the House,” Phillips said, “It is still in the Senate Finance Committee, but it should go to the Senate sometime this month.” Although University representatives have not been able to attend the committee meetings, Phillips said student interests have not been ignored. “The Board of Regents has testified, and their position is that we should get back all the money we lost in budget cuts last year. This would mean education would get $lBB million.” WHILE PHILLIPS does not expect the Senate to replace money lost last year,...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1983
Stater photo by Mark Rogers held on July 19 in the Akron Rubber Bowl. For a closer look at the long lines in Kent see page 15. Kent residents began lining up in front of the Kent Community Store at about 2 ajn. to purchase tickets to the Simon and Garfunkel concert which went on sale 10 a.m. June 13. The concert will be
KSU professor recipient of a NASA grant [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1983
KSU professor recipient of a NASA grant By NORMAN LEIGH Stater Staff Writer Imagine robots repairing satellites in orbit or, better still, robot construction workers building a space station more than a hundred miles above the Earth. Sound like a scene from the latest episode of “Star Wars?” The research of Kent State’s Jerry Potter, associate professor of mathematics, and former head of the software division at Goodyear Aerospace, may help make it possible before the turn of the century. Potter, with a NASA grant of $31,400, and the help of graduate student Tien Huynh, is designing a computer program that will act as part of a satellite-service robot’s “brain.” In NASA jargon, this program is known as a Robot Environment Expert System, REES. REES IS A FORM of artificial intelligence and may be compared to the part of our brain responsible for physical movements, Potter explained. A servicing robot, attempting to repair a satellite, will receive commands from human controllers on Ea...
Failure of tax levy will result in more layoffs [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1983
Failure of tax levy will result in more layoffs By CATHI CIHA Style Editor Because of the defeat of an income tax levy in last Tuesday’s primary election, the city of Kent will begin laying off 24 employees by the end of the month. According to returns, the tax hike, which would raise from 1.5 to 2.25 percent by next January, failed by a 56 percent margin. Layoffs include five firefighters, five police officers, two employees of the service department, the juvenile counselor, a dispatcher, part time detention officers and others. “The layoffs are all a result of a review of departmental operations,” City Manager James Bacon said. “They represent areas we feel will have the least adverse affect on city services.” THE CITY MANAGER has the authority to lay off employees to meet the budget restrictions, but Bacon asked for council’s approval on the police and firefighters’ layoffs. A decision on the fire department layoffs has been postponed until today, but the police cutback was appro...
WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1983
WEATHER Today’s weather calls for partly cloudy skies and scattered showers in the afternoon with temperatures ranging between 85 and 90. The extended forecast for Thursday through the weekend calls for a chance of showers and thunderstorms throughout the period. Temperatures should range from highs in the 80s to lows in the 60s.
Voters split Tuesday in county, city issues [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1983
Voters split Tuesday in county, city issues By CATHI CIHA Style Editor Kent residents voted on two county issues and two city charter issues on last Tuesday’s primary ballot, with one of each passing. County Issue 1, a renewal of the mental retardation board’s .88 mill levy, passed 9,544 to 4,192 votes. The levy is used to match federal and state grants, as well as to operate the Happy Day School and Portage Industries. The latter employs mentally handicapped people. Issue 2, another voted on countywide, will be back on the November ballot. The 1.5 mill levy to operate county mental health, agencies failed, 7,523 to 5,993. Kent residents also split on two city charter issues. Issue 4 was passed, 2,758 to 1,087, to set attendance standards for the fivemember construction committee. MEMBERS OF the council-ap-pointed committee may now lose their position if they miss three meetings. Issue 5, which should give the city authority to call for special elections, failed. There were 2,176 vo...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1983
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1983
Nancy's V.LP Look Precision Cuts &amp; Perms to Accent Your Unique Personality “Where Hair Styling is an ART ’ Mon. - Fri. 9-9 • Sat. 7-5 678-3130 or 678-3131 Men Welcome Anytime Close to Campus We use &amp; Recommend REDKEN 1702 E. Main St. Men’s Special Mon. &amp; Tues. Evenings 4-9 Cuts $6.50 w/blowdry $10.50 \ / \/ Sing Along With COME WITH CAMPUS BUS SERVICE for a sing along with MITCH MILLER on June 25th at Blossom Music Center and a special wine and cheese party beforehand. ••• Tickets are $l5 per person which includes bus, party, and ticket to show. Bus leaves KSU student center at 6:45 p.m. Mail payment with form below to CAMPUS BUS SERVICE by June 17th. For more information contact CAMPUS BUS SERVICE at 672-RIDE. Mitch Miller! name ADDRESS . PHONE NO. . NUMBER OF TICKETS AT $l5 PER PERSON SEND CHECK OR MONEY ORDER TO: CAMPUS BUS SERVICE MARKETING DEPT. 100 MOULTON HALL KENT, OHIO 44242 Mitch Miller • June 25th BLOSSOM MUSIC CENTER RETURN THIS FORM W...
KSU receives anonymous alumnus gift worth $250,000 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1983
KSU receives anonymous alumnus gift worth $250,000 By GREG SCHALK Stater Staff Writer In the largest single gift ever donated by an alumnus, Kent State University has recently received a set of 20th Century Chinese art objects. The group of five pieces, all completed in the last 40 years is valued at more than $250,000 and is destined for the new School of Fashion Design’s Costume Museum in Rockwell Hall. The gift was made by an anonymous donor earlier this spring but the announcement of it was held until last week by the KSU Foundation office. According to Wyman Balfour, director of development, it was the wish of the donor that no formal word of its acquisition be made at that time. “They (the donors) have been donating to the University for years and still give amounts of cash,” Balfour said. BALFOUR SAID that the don or had come into posession of the pieces and felt that they would add to the new museum. The donation consists of two ivory carvings, an ivory funeral urn and a pai...
Correction [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1983
Correction An article that appeared in the April 28 Daily Kent Stater included two headlines that were incorrect. The headlines, on an article about university buildings, were, “KSU has buildings, now needs students” and “KSU maintaining more facilities than needed.” The headlines did not accurately reflect the content of the article, in which University officials acknowledged that the campus at one time was planned for a larger enrollment, but added that some buildings that were planned were never built. The Stater regrets the error.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1983
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1983
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Nobody’s listening [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 June 1983
Nobody’s listening “Our nation is at risk. The educational foundations of our society are presently being eroded by a rising tide of mediocrity. If an unfriendly power had attempted to impose’ on America the mediocre educational performance that exists today, we might well have viewed it as an act of war.” Pretty dismal, you say? Yet those were the conclusions the 18-member National Commission on Excellence in Education organized by Secretary of Educational Terrel Bell reported to the President just one month ago. The commission’s report suggested five major changes that might stem the tide —two of which emphasized financial considerations. Specifically, the report endorsed better pay for teachers and also called on voters to support neccessary funding. Even so, the voters of our area did not heed those suggestions. In general* two-thirds of the education levies on the ballot two weeks ago failed. This has been the rate of failure for Ohio issues for the past two or three years. Wit...