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| Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
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1980 Kent Fest: All day affair of food, fun and entertainment [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
1980 Kent Fest: All day affair of food, fun and entertainment By DEBI M. TRARES Feature Editor Despite the mid-morning deluge the Kent Fest went on as planned last Saturday. At about noon the sun came out and so did the people.., Flooded concession stands were bailed out with frisbees or whatever was available and the festivities began. There were concessions where food and drinks were sold; crafts were displayed by area artists; free balloons were passed out; life-size Sesame Street characters roamed the street and a large platform was set up at the intersection of Main and Water streets where continuous entertainment took place. Peter Gensemer, a KSU senior in marketing, put on a magic show that was a big hit with the crowd. Gensemer attended the Chavez College of Manual Dexterity and Prestidigitation at Los Angeles to learn his sleight-of-hand and magic. Gensemer said magic started out as a hobby for him when he was 14; now he “eats, drinks anti dreams magic” and it shows. Gensem...
All that Jazz Accomplished musician finds niche here [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
All that Jazz Accomplished musician finds niche here By DEBI M. TRARES Feature Editor Jazz musician Chas Baker has traveled to Europe and Southeast Asia, but he believes that if a musician stays in his own community his music takes on a “more personal quality.” At 34, Baker, the director of KSU’s jazz lab band, is working toward the degree he started on in 1964, but now, in an atmosphere that accepts and appreciates the music he loves. E&amp;ker says his interest in jazz started as a young child, “My parents always listened to jazz. My father played drums and vibes and my mother did some singing. Jazz was always played in the house and my parents took us to concerts.” BAKER PLAYS two brass instruments trombone and euphonium. In 1964 Baker graduated from North High in Eastlake, a suburb of Cleveland, and received a music scholarship to attend Kent State. Baker spent a year at KSU, but as he says, “Jazz just wasn’t accepted then, as young jazzers in the ‘6os we had to sneak in...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
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Tennis courts, new field set for completion soon [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
Tennis courts, new field set for completion soon By BRODERICK POUNDS The completion of the Engleman and Midway Courts renovation has been delayed due to a flaw in the court surface at Engleman, according to Ted Curtis, director of facilities planning and design. The $66,496 project was slowed this past fall when bad weather conditions forced the contractors to put off laying the final surface until spring. No work was done on the Engleman Courts until this past spring. At that time, Engleman was due to be finished, but the resurfacing “did not satisfy us,” Curtis said. “There was a problem with the coating. Ridges had developed due to the lapping over of material. The problem should be taken care of soon.” “THE CONTRACTOR (Thomas Asphalt of Kent) has not been paid in full, but will be once the project is completed to our satisfaction,” Curtis added. The project, which was all bid in one package, included renovation of the fences (repair and painting), light poles, net posts and winc...
A Sporting Viewpoint [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
A Sporting Viewpoint By JIM HORVATH Sports Editor The men’s final of the 1980 Wimbledon Tennis Championships has to go down in history as one of the most intense, emotional and dramatic tennis matches ever witnessed by a mass audience. It was the tale of the Swede, Bjon Borg, who was going for a fifth straight men’s title—a feat never accomplished. A feat that would etch his name into sports history as one of the greatest athletes that ever lived. Fairly impressive, wouldn’t you say? ALMOST AS impressive... no, make that equally impressive, was the performance of the kid from New York —one John McEnroe, the heir apparent to Jimmy Connors as the bad boy of the tennis world. The two battled it out at center court in the birthplace of tennis itself. It was as if the two were playing for their very lives, each point as crucial as the next. McEnroe’s performance in the tiebreaker of the fourth set was nothing short of sensational. And he did it not only with skill, but with what can be c...
Sports Briefs [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
Sports Briefs The Cleveland Browns arrive here next Thursday to open training camp as they prepare for the 1980 National Football League season. The Browns, coming off a 9-7 season, are expecting to make the playoffs this year after narrowly missing post-season play in 1979. Head Coach Sam Rutigliano will have his rookies report to Beal Hall next Thursday, while the veterans report July 25. The training camp will run until August 25, with Family from siafj and wire reports Day to be held on Sunday, August 3 at Dix Stadium. This will again feature a 1 p.m. scrimmage with the Buffalo Bills, with all proceeds going to the KSU Blue and Gold Club. This is the third straight year for the scrimmage, which has drawn over 20,000 fans in each of the past two years. Rookies to watch are Heisman Trophy winner Charles White, the Browns’ number one draft pick, and defensive end Cleveland Crosby, who is being heavily counted on to anchor the left side of the defensive line. The KSU football team w...
WKSR's new jazz program: 'an alternative with culture' [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
WKSR's new jazz program: 'an alternative with culture' By NANCY BOWMAN “Ebony Waves” a new jazzGFiented program on campus radio station WKSR 73-AM offers its listeners an alternative with a little culture, Tamara Davis, operations director, said. “The average person knows what is popular at a certain time and can find that elsewhere,” Davis said. “Our purpose here is to mix new things with the more established tunes in an attempt to show the different aspects of jazz.” “Ebony Waves,” formerly called “Black Sabbath,” is produced by the campus organization Black Sabbath. THE NEW PROGRAM hit the airwaves the first week of summer session and airs Monday through Friday from 8 to 11 p.ih. Because of a lack of staffers, the weekend show, formerly produced under “Black Sabbath,” has been dropped. This summer is a period of reorganization for the staff, Alicia Edwards, programming director, said. The staff is presently made up of Davis, Edwards, Reggie Lapkins, Edith Leßoi, John Jackson and ...
Shook contract not renewed [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
Shook contract not renewed By BRODERICK POUNDS The contract of Don Shook, director of Alumni Relations, has not been renewed for the 1980-81 academic year because of consolidation of the Alumni Association’s departments of relations and development. Shook, who will work with the Association for the next 30 to 60 days as a consultant, would have begun his 20th year with the Association in the fall. A study completed last year found that consolidation of the two departments would improve the Association’s opportunities to improve its services. Shook, sad he has no bad feelings about the non-renewal of his contract. “I have had 19 years of good, hard work with the Alumni,” he said. The consolidation of the departments would serve to “gain friends and gifts for the Association,” Ingler said. The new Department of Development and Relation will be headed by the former Director of Alumni Development, Charles Luke.
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
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The Entertainer' provides non-stop action Joel's rousing show thrills Coliseum crowd [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
The Entertainer' provides non-stop action Joel's rousing show thrills Coliseum crowd By NANCY BOWMAN With an energetic performance at the Coliseum July 1, pop-rock musician Billy Joel proved to a sell-out crowd of nearly 20,000 that he truly is “The Entertainer.” From the minute he bounced upon the two-tiered stage, decked out in a peachcolored sportcoat, black shirt, jeans, sneakers and a thin yellow-flourescent tie, Joel had the crowd on its feet cheering, dancing and singing along with favorite tunes. Joel opened his non-stop two-hour performance with the million seller “You May Be Right” from his current album, Glass Houses and, unlike so many other performers who save the best stuff until last, followed with three other million sellers “My Life,” “Movin’ Out,” and “Honesty.” “MY LIFE,” obviously a favorite, had the crowd lifting its fists as Joel, smacking the keyboard, sang of independence and each person’s right to live as he chooses. Joel’s whole performance was just as exub...
Outdoor concert set [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
Outdoor concert set The KSU-Community Summer Band will play an outdoor concert July 17 at 7 p.m. at the School of Music outdoor stage. The program will feature the “Overture to William Tell” by Rossini, “Pageant” by Vincent Persichetti, “First Suite for Band” by Alfred Reed, “A Cohan Medley” by Floyd Werle and several marches. The concert will be conducted by John Boyd, associate professor of music and director of band organizations. Guest conductor will be John Paynter, director of Band Organizations at Northwestern University. Paynter is participating in a Band Conductor’s Symposium here. Admission is free and those attending may bring chairs or blankets. The concert will be held in the School of Music Recital Hall if it rains.
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
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