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MIX-I-GO —answer to the fuel crisis? [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
MIX-I-GO —answer to the fuel crisis? By DEBI M. TRARES Feature Editor Whenever Americans are in a tight situation - such as the current energy crisis - one might hear them saying, “leave it up to American ingenuity to find away out.” Ingenuity, in some instances, seems to get its impetus from the prospect of making it rich through private enterprise - The Good 01’ American Way. Some enterprising Americans have banded together to sell MIX-I-GO —a gasoline additive that is purported to increase gas mileage, eliminate water and condensation, clean and prolong engine life and decrease friction and wear. IT IT A BUSINESS venture with a pyramid marketing scheme similar to the structure in which a chain letter works. The idea is to set yourself up in business selling MIX-I-GO and then to get as many people selling MIX-I-GO as you can so you will always receive residuals from their sales. When a MIX-I-GO representative sponsors someone gets them started selling MIXT-GO that representative b...
Don't forget to read the fine print [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Don't forget to read the fine print MIX-I-GO is a gasoline additive developed in the 19305, manufactured today by the Bell Laboratory, Inc., and distributed by AM-Pro Marketing, Inc., of Oklahoma City. The literature published and distributed to MIX-I-GO representatives includes a paragraph that cautions that “the use of MIX-I--GO may not bring about favorable results in each and every case, for the obtaining of such favorable results depends upon factors such as the condition of the vehicle, the driving habits of the driver or drivers, adverse weather or road conditions and the like.” The product has been tested but the literature states, “because of the contract wkh the testing laboratory, Bell Laboratory is unable to reveal the name of the laboratory as that information is considered confidential and may not be used for advertising, sales promotion, or publicity purposes.” The literature also cautions product representatives that they may be terminated if they reveal the name of ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
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Where dancers learn to teach [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Where dancers learn to teach Photos and Story by Henri Adjodha The Dance Master’s Instruction Program is in its sixth year here. The program is devoted to teaching aspiring dance teachers new and better ways of teaching. Participants in the program travel to KSU from around the US to take the course, and learn to teach jazz, ballet, tap and disco. Nancy Todd, pictured left, said, “Dance is an excellent form of recreation of self-expression.” Jazz dance instructor Ken Phifer, top right photo, explains dance as, “You must feel the movement in order to experience the total enjoyment of the dance art.” Lower right photo is Beverly Fletcher. Instructors train 12 hours a day for six days. After six days, the best dancers that qualify to teach dancing and become a part of the program are given awards at a breakfast, which will be Saturday at 9 a.m. in the Ballroom.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
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Allerton to LA Stone has arrived as premiere pitcher [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Allerton to LA Stone has arrived as premiere pitcher By SCOTT COCANOWER He’s come a long way. From pitching at Allerton Field to starting an All-Star game. Once mediocre, he is one of the premiere hurlefs in baseball. He has come out of relative obscurity to become nationally prominent. His name is Steve Stone, and 12 years ago he was toiling for the KSU Golden Flashes. Until last July, Stone was an unknown member of the Baltimore Orioles pitching staff. But this year the former KSU education major’s fortunes have taken a turn for the better. When early season injuries decimated the Birds’ mound corps, manager Earl Weaver turned to Stone as his number two pitcher. He got off to a shakey 2-3 start, but since then has reeled off 11 straight victories, including a 3-1 win over the Kansas City Royals Monday night. “Things really started to come together for me the last half of the last season,” said Stone, who won five in a row for Baltimore in their stretch drive that brought them the ...
Browns check-in today [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Browns check-in today By SCOTT COCANOWER Training camp. A necessary evil that members of the Cleveland Browns will be subject to for the next six weeks begins today with the arrival of the rookies and a few veterans. But sandwiched around the dreaded two-a-days, tedious meetings, and overall repetitive atmosphere is a menu that would make most of our mouth’s water with envy. On a given night the players can choose from roast beef, red snapper, or T-bone steaks. In fact, in one night 125 pounds of T-bones will be prepared by Residence Services who handle all the food dealings for the Brown’s players, coaches, and media. THE DIRECTOR of the opera tion is food service manager June Young, beginning her 30th year at KSU and second with the Browns. “The most important thing is that all the food be as fresh as possible,” she said. “We get all our meats and vegatables the day we use them.” The players have the option of eating three meals daily in the dining hall tucked between Beal (where ...
Sports briefs [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Sports briefs Scott Hernandez, a 6-1, 225 pound defensive end, has been added to the KSU football roster for the upcoming season. Hernandez, known for his quickness and agility, is a transfer student from Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, N.Y. The junior, who has two years of eligibility at KSU, has similar physical attributes to former Flash end Dave Badzik. He played in the 1979 Gulf Coast Junior College All-Star Game. The intramural department is currently looking for graduate assistants in the areas of tournaments, from siafj and v\ ire reports gym and equipment room supervision, coordination of activities for handicapped students and weight room coordinator. Graduate students majoring in various fields with interest and experience in the above should contact Winona Vannoy or Paul Milton in the Intramural Office, 191 Memorial Gym. Sign-up for intramural basketball, softball and volleyball (Summer Session III) will begin Monday in the Intramural Office. There is also the p...
Beating the high cost of living as easy as hilarious, amateur heist [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Beating the high cost of living as easy as hilarious, amateur heist By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertainment Editor “How to Beat the High Cost of Living,” starring Susan Saint James, Jane Curtin, Jessica Lange and Richard Benjamin. Directed by Robert Scheerer, screenplay by Robert Kaufman, produced by Jerome M. Zeitman and Robert Kaufman. A Filmways picture. At the Chapel Hill Theater. After viewing the movie, “How to Beat the High Cost of Living,” one has the urge to beat up a banker, hold up a supermarket, or tell the gas station attendant where he may shove the gas pump nozzle. In “How to Beal the High Cost of Living,” Susan Saint James plays Jane, a divorced woman with two children who cannot afford a babysitter, so she has to resort to “entertaining” her boyfriend in the garage. Jane Curtin from Saturday Night Live stars as Elaine, a woman married for nine years whose husbands runs off with a nineteen-year-old girl, and leaves her with all of the bills and $4OO in the Christmas account...
Musical to be held [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Musical to be held The KSU Theater’s Musical Apprentice Program Will present Clark Gesner’s musical “You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown” in Stump Theater tonight through Saturday at 8 p.m., with a 2 p.m. matinee on Sunday. The play is directed by graduate student Gary Alyn Connelly. For ticket information call 672- ' 2082.
Loggins to appear at Agora [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Loggins to appear at Agora Kenny Loggins, whose show at Blossom Music Center was cancelled due to the strike by the Cleveland Orchestra at Blossom, will appear tonight at the Akron Agora. Tickets are $lO, and on sale at all Ticketron locations. The tickets from Blossom Music Center will not be honored at the Agora. The doors to the Akron Agora will open at 7:30 p.m., with an opening act. The Loggins show is scheduled for 9 p.m. THE AKRON Agora, which is able to seat 1,750 compared to the over 18,000 seating available at Blossom, is located at 4193 Akron-Cleveland Rd. (State Route 8) in Northhampton Township. According to yesterday’s Plain Dealer, rumors that the Coliseum is booking acts that have been cancelled by Blossom were denied by the Coliseum. The article also stated that a Blossom spokesman said he had no knowledge of any such undertaking. “NATURALLY, we are try ing to book as many of the cancelled acts as possible,” said Chris Anjesky, Agora promotion director. The Akron Ag...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
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Rodeo's bronc-bustin' fun [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Rodeo's bronc-bustin' fun The “7th Annual International Rodeo Association World Championship Rodeo” will be held July 25-27 at the Clare-Mar Lakes in Wellington, Ohio. Included in the rodeo event is calf-roping, steer-wrestling, bare-back-riding, saddle-bronc-riding and women barrel-racing. Tickets are available at all Ticketron locations and by sending a selfaddressed stamped envelope to Clare-Mar Lakes, P.O. Box 215, Wellington, Ohio 44090. THE PRICE of the tickets are $4 for adults and $2 for children prior to the show, and $5 for adults and $2.50 for children at the gate. All children under 5 are admitted free. Tickets to the rodeo includes picnicing, swimming, fishing and boat rentals are also available. There are also 500 campsites and acres of tenting area located in the resort park. The rodeo begins on Friday and Saturday, July 25 and 26 at 8 p.m., and on Sunday July 27 at 3 p.m. Pre-show begins an hour earlier and features country music, skydivers, aerial acrobats and the C...
50 years of ballet [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
50 years of ballet The Cleveland Ballet will open at the Hanna Theater in Cleveland, Oct. 17, celebrating its 50th birthday as a professional dance company. Adding to the celebration, the troupe became one of 11 classical ballet companies in the United States to receive a major grant of $lOO,OOO from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, said Robert V. Brickell, executive director of the Cleveland Ballet. The grant will be used over a three-year period to increase the efficiency of the business develop- ment and marketing. BOTH DEPARTMENTS will participate in a major direct-mail program to help the company increase its ticket buying audience and its donor constituents. The other ballet companies receiving a grant from the Mellon Foundation include: New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theater, San Francisco Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Pittsburgh Ballet Theater, The Jeffrey Ballet, Ballet West, Dance Theater of Harlem, North Carolina Dance Theater and Eliot Feld Ballet.