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Page 13 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
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Seger, Silver Bullet disc hits public right on target [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
Seger, Silver Bullet disc hits public right on target By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertainment Editor AGAINST THE WIND by Bob Seger &amp; The Silver Bullet Band. Capitol Records, 1980. I must confess I was never a Bob Seger fan. But when my sister bought his latest album and played it over and over again, well. Bob Seger and his Silver bullet Band struck me dead center. His latest album, Against The Wind, plays hit after hit non-stop and has been at the top of the charts for over 16 weeks. “Wally’s gettin’ anxious thinkin’ ‘bout tonight, Bruce is all spiffy lookin’ wicked lookin’ right, Eddie’s gettin’ spruced and Donna’s gettin’ loose . . are the first lines of the lead song, “The Horizontal Bop,” which sets the album into a takeoff motion. “THE HORIZONTAL BOP” and “Betty Lou’s Gettin’ Out Tonight” remains one of the rock and roll of old with Seger sounding more like Chuck Berry. These two songs make one feel like putting on their be-bop shoes and boogiein’ along with the album. Ot...
4 bands will play Stadium [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
4 bands will play Stadium Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band will highlight the 1980 World Series of Rock July 19, at Cleveland’s Lakefront Stadium. The 1980 World Series of Rock, presented by Belkin Productions and WMMS, will also include The J. Geils Band, Eddie Money and Def Leppard. The World Series of Rock began in 1974 and has featured such artists as The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, The Electric Light Orchestra and Fleetwood Mac. It has developed into the Midwest’s premier outdoor rock event. This will be the first time that there will be a limited amount of reserved seating. Reserved and regular seating are on sale at all ticketrons in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Tickets are $12.50 in advance for reserved and regular seating and $l5 the day of the show. • The concert begins at 4 p.m. with gates opening at 2. The stadium and downtown parking lots will not open until 6 a.m. the date of the show.
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
Summer School Specials Men’s &amp; Women’s Shirts &amp; Tops 20% to 50% Women’s Summer i Pants Values to $23.99 NOWSI 0. - $13.99 \ Values to $25.95 NOW $lO.OO Levi's Brushed Demin Bibs - $29.95 value NOW *12.99 SHORTS Terry, Cdtton &amp; Denim * 2.99 - *4.99 Painters &amp; Prep Assorted Colors Only $lO.OO BIBS Assorted Colors Only $13.99 Men’s Fashion Jeans CARGO PANTS By Madewell » Burgandy • Navy $ 15.99 • Khaki KENT’S JEAN CENTER FOR QUYSL..FOR GALS! M THE CAMPUS CENTER 419 E. MAIN, KENT 678-4345 OPEN 10 A.M. DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAY (Driv* In by Perkins Pancakss) GOOD REASONS TO VISIT US GENESIS NIGHT CLUB • Sunday - 50&lt;t Pizza Roll-ups - no cover • Monday - 50 c Foot long Coney Dogs - No cover • Tuesday- Oldies, Cheapie Draft and 25c hot dogs • Wednesday - 25 c Cheeseburgers • Thursday - Ladies Admitted Free - Wine Specials • Wednesday - Saturday - CHROMASOUND© • 7 foot TV for Baseball Season • 32 pinball and TV games • 45’ X 22’ Dance ...
'Fire and Water' gives view of Russian character [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
'Fire and Water' gives view of Russian character By JOHN SPENCER “Fire and Water: A life of Peter the Great” by Alex de Jonge, cl 979, Coward, McCann &amp; Georgehgan, hardbound. Biographies of great men, men who directed the course of history, are often mixed with liberal parts myth and legend. These memories of centuries are handed down by people as part of their cultural and historical heritage. Alex de Jonge’s literary biography , of the life of Peter the Great, the supreme czar who catapulted Russia into modern history, is no exception. The myth of Peter the Great is part of literature. Pushkin, who is to Russian literature what Chaucer is to English, celebrated Peter the Great in his narrative poem, “The Bronze Horseman,” written in 1833 THE STATUE TO which Push kin refers stands on the edge of the Neva. Peter the Great is the horseman and Russia -is,' in so many ways, the horse. This is a natural taking-off place for De Jonge, who elaborates the myth around Peter, but...
Sorochty wins prize for educational radio [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
Sorochty wins prize for educational radio Barbara Sorochty, the development director for Kent State’s public radio station WKSU-FM, received an “OEBIE” award from the Ohio Educational Broadcasting Association for her “outstanding contribution” to educational radio broadcasting. Sorochty was one of six winners of the award this year. The winners were honored at the annual meeting of Ohio Educational Radio and TV personnel held last May. Sorochty won the award for her efforts in obtaining financial support from Standard Oil of Ohio (Sohio) to present a day-long program of Thanksgiving music last November. Sorochty also coordinated efforts among six Ohio public radio stations for their joint production of “Harvest from Ohio.” Since WKSU-FM is a member of the National Public Radio network, it is required to seek noncommercial support to meet operational and production costs.
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
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Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
GROUP RATES AND STUDENT DISCOUNT ONE DAY TRAINING FOR 1 st JUMP SKYDIVING CANTON SPORT PARACHUTING SCHOOL Call 5367 East Center Dr. N.E or write for Canton, Ohio 44721 Brochure (216)452-0560 kinko's FILM PROCESSING r Save on VIBRA 35 color print film processing UPt ° A J A UPtO « __ UP IO 12 exp 2.19 24 exp 3.7 9 36 exp 5.59 Save on 11 0 &amp; 1 26 color print film processing up, ° OiQ up, ° O9Q upto « 7Q 12exp I U 20exp 0.43 24 exp 3.#9 Good on Kodak compatible film only (Trrntm 678-9047 * Pizza 12 Pizza *4.00 Choice of 3 items FREE Quart of pop 50c 00 Choice items FREE Quart pop 50c 16” Pizza *6.00 Choice of 3 items FREE 18 Pizza *7.00 Choice of 3 items FREE quart of pop quart of pop 50c 50c Free, Fast Delivery Beginning at 4:30 OPEN 7 DA VS 11 am - midnight Fri &amp; Sat till 2 am KSU Students get 10% oft regular prices when diningjn. Bella Uista \Ld Restaurant and Pizzeria STOW KENT SHOPPING CTR.
At Porthouse Theater this weekend Doeth thyself a favor; see 'The Shrew' [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
At Porthouse Theater this weekend Doeth thyself a favor; see 'The Shrew' By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertainment Editor William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew,” a two-act play, opened at the Kent State Porthouse Theater last Friday night. The plot of this Shakespearian play focuses on Katherine, a beautiful girl with a fiery temper, and Petruehio, the man determined to tame her. The Porthouse production is directed by KSU professor, Alan W. Benson, who transfers the 16thcentury Italian setting into a 19thcentury city from the Old West. _ The dialogue and content remain the same throughout the play, but. the setting and costumes remind one of the cowboys and' schoolmarms from the days of Billy the Kid. It is somewhat peculiar to listen to these tough cowboy characters walk about stage speaking the language from the 16th-'century with the “thou’s,” “thee’s,” and “tis” instead of the “howdy mame” that one would expect. Most of the play- takes place in a saloon that has swinging doors ...
Kenley Players' 'Brigadoon': a valley where there is love [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
Kenley Players' 'Brigadoon': a valley where there is love By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertainment Editor “ Brigadoon, Brigadoon blooming under sable skies. Brigadoon. Brigadoon there my heart forever lies. Let the world grow cold around us. Let te heavens cry above. Brigadoon, Brigadoon in thy valley there’ll be love. ” “Brigadoon” the beautiful story of a small Scottish town that appears for only one day in each century will be viewable through Sunday at the E.J. Thomas Hall at Akron University. The play, which stars John Gabriel, Mary Lou Metzger, Alan Sues and members of the Cleveland Ballet, is being presented by the Kenley Players. The scenes are done to perfection as one is taken from a forest in the Scottish Highlands to MacConnachy Square in Brigadoon. The misty mood of this Highland setting is complemented by the 1700’s costuming, contrasting the Brigadoon villagers with the weary and confused hunters from New York. The orchestra under the musical direction of Warren Broome was ou...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
( I ! WHY WALK ALONE ? ESCORT SERVICE 1 I Monday Saturday 9:00 pm 1:00 am Service on and off campus Call 672-3207 L. Sponsored by; Student Government KSU Students admitted FREE every performance. FREE Bus on July 7. Battle of the sexes comes to life m Shakespeare’s comed\ THE TAMING OF THE July July 4,5,6,7 11,12,13 Ticket Prices $2.50 3.50 4.50 Group Rates Available Tickets &amp; Reservations 929-4416 Performances at 8 p.m. Matinee (M) at 2 p.m. Porthouse Theatre It adjacent to Blossom Music Cent«
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 10 July 1980
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Vol. I, No. 5 Thursday, July 17, 1980 Summer Kent Stater Kent, Ohio 44242 USPS 292-760 Rummer F\ent Qtater NANCY BOWMAN Editor NOLAN WEIDNER SHARON GOODWIN Assistant Editor Advertising Manager Stater Staff Photo Editor: John Neitzel; Sports Editor: Jim Horvath; Feature Editor: Debi Trares; Entertainment Editor; Chuck Poliafico; Assistant Photo Editor: Henri Adjodha. Staff Photographers: Jack Saltier, Gary Harwood. Staff Writers: Liza Bartz, Bill Bryan, Tamara Davis, Barb Evanosky, Rick Laney, Doug Mazanec, Brodrick Pounds, Tim Roberts, John Spencer, John Funtik, Dave Sobinovosky, Janey Gaynor, Scott Cocanower. Adviser: Evan Smith. Secretaries: Sharon Marquis, Mary Smith. The Summer Kent Stater will be published each Thursday during the summer of 1980. Offices are located at 100 Taylor Hall, Kent State University, Kent, OH. Printing is provided by RonTac Publications/ The Bulletin, Twinsburg, OH. Letters to the editor of the Summer Kent Stater are welcome and should be addressed to 1...