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The Archives: Memorabilia behind bars [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
The Archives: Memorabilia behind bars By BRENDA HILES It looks almost like a prison. The first thing you see when you step off the elevator is the high steel gate that stretches across the room. You press the buzzer, and someone from inside comes up clicks the lock and the heavy door swings back with a groan. On the other side of the great fence is the University Archives. Rows of brown boxes are filled with papers and memorabilia stacked neatly on the long shelves. The boxes are not identified by subject, only by numbers; a security measure to prevent the theft of these rare papers. INSIDE THE hundreds of boxes that line the shelves are the letters and. papers of University presidents and faculty members. In one box are the letters written to a former political science professor from men who fought in World War II; the letters, written in France, England, and the Pacific Islands, reflect the attitudes of a generation at war. Among the most heavily guarded papers are the autographs....
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
WHY WALK ALONE ? ESCORT SERVICE Monday Saturday 9:00 pm - 1:00 am Service on and off campus Call 672-3207 Sponsored by: Student Government ATTENTION FACULTY MEMBERS! Let Kinko’s help organize &amp; distribute material (required readings, notes, etc.) Among your students &amp; colleagues with our unique Professors’ Publishing Plan. Leave required material with Kinko’s &amp; we’ll copy &amp; sell them directly to your students. KINKO’S 678-9047 Free Pickup &amp; Delivery $ A LOFT PIZZA Open 7 days free Delivery 112 W. Main Street Kent, Ohio Below the Loft 673-2374 HOURS: Mon. - Wed. - 4pm - 12:45am Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. - 4pm - I:4sam Sun. 4pm - 12:45am DELIVERY HOURS: Sun. - Wed. - spm - 12:45am Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. - spm - 1:00am * Please note: We're sorry, but due to the rising cost of food products, we are no longer able to deliver our 9” (small) pizza free of charge. In order to maintain free delivery, we will be happy to deliver a 9" pizza ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
GROUP RATES AND STUDENT DISCOUNT ONE DAY TRAINING FOR Ist JUMP SKYDIVING CANTON SPORT PARACHUTING SCHOOL Call 5367 East Center Dr. N.E or write for Canton, Ohio 44721 Brochure (216)452-0560 1980 HAIR-O-SCOPE YOU WILL HAVE Adventure &amp; fioW ance WITH V.I.P. HAIRSTYLES vv 1 A NANCY’S V.I.P. LOOK . HAIRSTYLING FOR EVERYONE 1702 EAST MAIN ST. NEXT TO CAMPUS MON. &amp; TUES. 4-9 MEN SPECIAL STYLE CUT 5.50 W/BLOWDRY 9.50 M.-F, 9-9 SAT. 7-5 YOUR LUCKY NUMBER 678-3130 K.A.R. RENTAL, INC. | 836-9714 4015 Medina Road c/o L &amp; K Motel Akron, Ohio 44313 No Mileage Charge Most cars Air-conditioned Primary Insurance (18&amp;over) Week-End Rates • Vacation Specials
Amish country [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
Amish country Story by Nolan Weidner Photography by John Neitzel The Amish community around the town of Middlefield, is a slow-paced, yet industrious group of people, semi-isolated from the rest of American society. They live near to one another, many of them in houses that have no electricity or hot water. Cars going 60 miles an hour pass the slowmoving, horse drawn buggies that carry the Amish families. Inside the buggies are mothers and daughters, clad in similar long, simple dresses and bonnets, and fathers and sons wearing dark pants, light shirts, and widebrimmed black hats. “THEY’RE JUST LIKE everyone else very nice neighbors,” says Marge Christian, who along with her husband Ken, runs a used book and record store out of their garage. The Christians live about five miles north of Middlefield; among the farms and houses of many Amish families. Marge said the Amish are not unfriendly, as some people think they are. “Some of the older ones look down on ‘yanks.’ That’s what they ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
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Varsity Status Hockey program gets tougher schedule [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
Varsity Status Hockey program gets tougher schedule By G. PATRICK KELLEY KSU hockey fans will no longer be able to watch tlje KSU Clippers slaughter hapless opponents at the ice arena. Instead, when the hockey season opens October 22, the Sweden-Vaxjo Hockey Club will be facing the Golden Flashes. After ten years as a club sport, hockey has been designated as a varsity sport. Charles Ingler, vice president for university affairs, made the announcement following a KSU Board of Trustees meeting June 12. A different name will be the only noticeable change as far as the student body is concerned. “The program has been so successful that it will be supported entirely by its own income and the Ice Arena,” Ingler said. DON LUMLEY, director of the Ice Arena, was the original coach of the Clippers, and originator of the team’s name. Lumley said he was “extremely pleased” with the announcement. He has been named assistant to the athletic director in charge of hockey. “The training and medicin...
Grooms gets his shot at the pros [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
Grooms gets his shot at the pros By JIM HORVATH Sports Editor It wa? a dream come true for former KSU basketball standout Trent Grooms. Grooms, KSU’s all-time leading rebounder and second all-time leading scorer, was chosen by the Kansas City Kings in the sixth round of the annual National Basketball Association draft held June 10. The 6-7 forward out of Cleveland Central Catholic was the 131st player chosen in the draft and will report to the Kings’ rookie and free agent camp on July 13 in Kansas City. “I’M SOMEWHAT relieved,’.’ Grooms said this past week. ‘Now I know that my four years of playing college basketball have not been in vain. I finally have the chance at the pros it’s an opportunity that every player dreams about. “This proves that you don’t necessarily have to play with a winner to be noticed,” Grooms said. “Some people only look at the high scorers and ball wizzes, but a true fan can see true talent because he knows the game. “I know that I was drafted for my rebound...
Medicine center opens [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
Medicine center opens The operation of a non-profit sports medicine and fitness center at Dix Stadium has been OK’d following negotiations between KSU and University Sports Medicine, Inc. -J The medicine center, which is located udder 'the wesj: stands of the stadium, will be supervised by Jack Halbach. Halbach, a licensed physical therapist and certified athletic trainer, will be the faculty’s director. The goal of the center is “to provide optimal medical care for a specific population through work with family and team physicians,” Halbach said. “It is designed to serve as an adjunct to the health care system of Portage County.” ACCORDING TO Halbach, the center will concentrate on four areas of sports medicine: prevention, rehabilitation, education, and evaluation. “Evaluation and rehabilitation of injuries will be made only on referral by a physician,” Halbach said. Facilities at the center include: an Orthotron (an extremity exerciser), a fitron (bicycle), a Cybex II Isokinetic ...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
STUDENTS NEEDED For Summer Intramurals Softball Monday &amp; Wednesday Outdoor Volleyball Monday &amp; Wednesday Basketball Tuesday &amp; Thursday Deadline for sign-ups mil be JUNE 20th at 5:00 p.m. 191 Memorial Gym - for information call 672-3780 kinko's FILAefidCESSING I Save on VIBRA 35 color print film processing UPtO OIQ upto 070 upto ECO 1 2 exp. C..X i# 24 exp. 0./O 36 exp 0.08 Save on 110 &amp;1 26 color print film processing up, ° O iQ upto - n OQ upto 12 exp. t. 13 20 exp. 0.C.0 24 exp. 0.1 I Good on Kodak compatible film only. by_Perkins 678-9047 &amp; n Portage Distributing is with KEGS of 'f &amp;&amp; wii MILLER, SCHMIDT’S, LITTLE KINGS CREAM ALE, &amp; MANY OTHER FAVORITES Take Care of Your KEG PARTY needs at PORTAGE DISTRIBUTING Ravenna, Ohio 297-7721 &amp; 297-7856 Summer School Specials Prep Pants • Black • Khaki • White • Yellow • Red /• Gray • Lt, Blue • Green $lO. 00 Reg. $14." Levi’s &a...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
SSSSSST DIZZY DAVE’S TEE-SHIRTS We also carry: Jackets, Athletic Apparel, Visors, Bowling Shirts, Football Jerseys. 297-7799 “We print while you wait. ” Silkscreening or custom transfers. Custom Lettering. “Hundreds of transfers to choose from. ” 545 E. Main, Ravenna Mon.-Sat. 10-8:30 —Sun. 12-5:00 Other Locations: 10290 Northfield Rd., Northfield Village 5244 Warrensville Ct. Rd., Maple Hts. n VOLUNTEERS NEEDED For Escort Service Earn Credit while having fun. Call 672-3207 or come into Room 246 or 248 Student Center Wendy’s presents the SPECIAL OLD FASHIONED 515 MAIN ST., KENT U: &amp; C n &amp;H Vllr' T L -w®'/’ ov 1 OI K VIM VISII mis (ori'ov &lt;;oou for A SIAOEE. IREVTII FRIES, AM) A 12 OX. SOIT URIAH FOR OAEY#I.S». Good only at participating Wendy’s May not be used in combination with any other offer Expires: June 25 CHEESE &amp; TOMATO EXTRA WEADY’S THAAKYOF (OIPOA r M t£u BAMBCHCERS a 9% G ON VOI It VIM VISII THIS FOITMKA 4.000 FOR A SIVOTF. F...
Dolly Parton's success continues with hit record and new movies [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
Dolly Parton's success continues with hit record and new movies By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertainment Editor DOLLY DOLLY DOLLY by Dolly Parton. RCA Records, 1980. Dolly Dolly Dolly does it does it does it! Dolly Parton’s latest album is an excellent example of her vocal transition from country to pop music. It seems like Dolly’s days of Porter Wagoner and Breeze towel commercials are over, and she’s looking and sounding better than ever. - OF THE 10 SONGS featured, only one could be considered country. The song, “Old Flames Can’t Hold A Candle To You” features her brother Randy Parton as a background vocalist. Side one begins with Dolly’s current hit single “Starting Over Again,” a slow song about a married couple breaking up after 30 some years of marriage. Other songs that highlight the first side are “You’re The Only One I Ever Needed” and “Say Goodnight.” SIDE TWO features “Even A Fool Would Let Go,” “Sweet Agony,” “Packin ’lt-Up,” and “I Knew You When,” a beautiful romantic song. Do...
Falls mall celebrates weekends [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
Falls mall celebrates weekends The Jack Schantz Band and Night Flight will perform at the T.G.I.F. Party on Front Street Mall in Cuyahoga Falls, tomorrow beginning at 4:30 p.m. Schantz is a member of the University of Akron Jazz Ensemble. His band is known mainly for its big band sounds. Night Flight, a local group of musicians, celebrate the sound of jazz fusion rock. The parties, held each Friday during the summer, are sponsored by the Cuyahoga Falls Auto Dealer’s Association and the Front Street merchants. There will be a display of 1980 automobiles, sidewalk sales, beer and food at the party.