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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 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 2.19 UP, ° O iQ up, ° o "70 upto c eft 1 2 exp t.iy 24 exp J.#9 36 exp 5.59 Save on 11 0&amp;1 26 color print film processing up, ° O iQ up, ° n OQ up, ° 0 70 1 2 exp t. I 3 20 exp 24 exp O.f 9 Good on Kodak compatible film only ■•e r &gt;&lt; r 678-9047 1 i EVELYN DICKERSON COIFFURES FOR GUYS &amp; GALS The latest in Hairstyling. . . Our Staff Attends Seminars &amp; Advance Style Schools Regularly. SALE Permanent Waves - Reg. $35 NO W $27.50 For Men &amp; Women Shampoo, Cut &amp; Blowdry $12.50 Shampoo, Cut &amp; Blowdry, men $9.50 Hair Cuts, men $5.50 Hair-Cuts, women $7.00 HOURS: Mon-Sat 8-8 We Sell Redkin Products EVELYN DICKERSON, 678-0262, 1317 S. Water, 'A...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Wendy’s presents the SPECIAL M m r m i ON YOUR NEXT VISIT THIS COUPON GOOD FOR A SINGLE, FRENCH FRIES, AND A 12 OZ. SOFT DRINK FOR ONLY $1.49 Good only at participating Wendy's May not be used in combination with any other offer. Expires: August 6 CHEESE &amp; TOMATO EXTRA TODY’S THAAK-YOT COTPOA mrnmz m ON YOUR NEXT VISIT THIS COUPON GOOD FOR A SINGLE, FRENCH FRIES, AND A 12 OZ. SOFT DRINK FOR ONLY $1.49 Good only at participating Wendy ’s May not be used in combination with any other offer. Expires: August 6 CHEESE &amp; TOMATO EXTRA HEADY'S TIIAAK-YOr COTPOA hamburgers
Summer fun at the lake [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Summer fun at the lake Story and photos by Gary Harwood With temperatures soaring into the 90s, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to spend a relaxing day at home. But with Mogadore Reservoir only 20 minutes from Kent, people can enjoy some of their favorite outdoor activities. Located on Route 43 in Suffield Township, the reservoir boasts such activities as fishing, boating, canoeing, swimming, camping, picnicking and hiking. The boat-house opens at 6 a.m. and has several 14-foot canoes and 12- to 14-foot V-hull row-boats for boating and fishing. The cost is $8 a day per boat and a $lO equipment deposit is required. Included with the boats are oars and floats for each person. The 1,000-acre reservoir is 30 feet deep and inhabited by fish such as bluegill, sunfish, perch, rock bass, largemouth bass, catfish, bowfin, chain pickerel, and muskellunge. People interested in camping have 165 sites to choose from. The sites are heavily shaded by pine trees and each site has a picnic tabl...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
BONUS BUYS! LIMIT ONE OF EACH WITH COUPON A *lO.OO OR MORE FOOD PURCHASE EXCLUSIVE OF VALUE OF BONUS ITEMS BEER WINE 8 CIGARETTES DISCOUNT TICKET! to GEAUGA LAKE SEAWORLD S /5 1 vatu 'Kitty, l^uide. SufwiiM, Sliced 8AC““ LIMIT ONE 5A2 PER FAMILY I a • ItJ* I reserve °RIGHTS 1835 EAST MAIN STREET IN KENT ADDITIONAL QUANTITIES DOZ 1 LB. PKG tf39 REGULAR OR DIET ONE *10 #0 OR MORE PURCHASE QUALIFIES FOR BOTH BONUS BUYS PEPSI-COIA s4n*ttacvt Stem., Tt (tyaiee. BONELESS NATURALLY TENDER VALU TRIM’O HMi NO DEPOSIT NO RETURN PEPSI # vmsPA LITER BOTTLE ALL GRINDS COFFEE LB MAXWELL HOUSE o pntdt, dean GROUND USDA CHOICE WITH COUPON i LB. mu CAN LB PRICE EFFECTIVE MON . JULY 28th THRU SUN . AUG. 3rd QUARTERED MARGARINE With Corn Oil FLEISCHMANN tZuantmed dai*t PORK UN VALU PACK COUPON 9-n CHOPS Peisc^l PC LB. LB PKG. CO«N HUNTS MIXED FRYER PARTS KETCHUP C m m LB GIB INC 14 oi. sf 29 $%69 WHOLE. CUT TO ORDER FREE PORK LOIN SUPERIOR. PIECE SLAB BACON BTI BONELESS CUBE STEAK BONELESS itOO WHOLE ...
Ex-Ohio State, Ravenna star has hamstring pull Campbell battles injury along with odds [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Ex-Ohio State, Ravenna star has hamstring pull Campbell battles injury along with odds By SCOTT COCANOWER For the majority of the Cleveland Browns the punishment of training camp is physical, but for Paul Campbell the problem is dealing with the mental anguish of idleness. The ex-Ohio State fullback by way of Ravenna has been plagued by a pulled hamstring muscle and has been unable to take part in drills for a while. “It’s been really frustrating to stand around and watch practice,” admitted the former Buckeye. “I’m a practice player and I hate to see the other backs" moving ahead of me when there is nothing I can do about it.” ONE OF THE reasons for the 22-year-old’s concern is the stiff competition in the backfield, where no less than 10 candidates are competing for six slots. However, Campbell is not resentful of signing with the Browns as a free agent. “I felt they could use another big back to go with Mike Pruitt,” explained the 5-11, 226 pounder. “Also, the Browns expressed in...
Charles White will be hied as kick-off returner Boykin cut following rookie scrimmage [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Charles White will be hied as kick-off returner Boykin cut following rookie scrimmage By SCOTT COCANOWER The Summer Kent Stater jinx? Three days after being featured in the last edition, Cleveland Brown free agent hopeful Greg Boykin was released from the squad. Head Coach Sam Rutigliano attributed the Kent native’s dismissal to a lack of speed rather than the SKS jinx. “In our offense we’re looking for someone with a little more speed,” Rutigliano said. “He could fit in well with another type of offense, which is why we thought it unfair to keep him in camp if he wasn’t in our plans.” AS OF THIS writing, Boykin, who gained no official yards in two carries in last Saturday’s rookie scrimmage with Buffalo, had not hooked on with another team. * * * ♦ * One Browns job not in jeopardy is that of Charles White. The Heisman Trophy winner got his baptism to professional football Saturday and picked up 12 yards on four rushes from scrimmage, which may not be his only duty this season. “We ...
Bus rides offered to scrimmage [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Bus rides offered to scrimmage The Campus Bus Service will operate special shuttles both to and from the Cleveland Browns-Buf-falo Bills Family Day Scrimmage this Sunday at Dix Stadium. This service is free and buses will travel between Student Center and the stadium. The service will begin Sunday at 11:30 a.m. and will continue until after the scrimmage. For more information, contact CBS at 672-2712.
Kenley Players present popular musical 'Sound of Music' fills E.J. Thomas Hall [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Kenley Players present popular musical 'Sound of Music' fills E.J. Thomas Hall By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertainment Editor The E.J. Thomas Hall will be filled with the sound of music through Sunday as the Kenley Players present Rodgers and Hammerstein’s production of “The Sound of Music.” The original Broadway play which starred Mary Martin as Fraulein Maria became one of the longest running productions with 1,443 performances. The movie version which starred Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer, and Eleanor Parker became the highest grossing musical and won five Academy Awards including best picture and best director. THE PERFORMANCE at the E.J. Thomas Hall, located at The University of Akron, is as outstanding as the Broadway and movie productions. The play stars Carol Lawrence, Terence Monk, Terry Saunders, Jill Hayman and Dick Fuchs. What a spectacular show “The Sound of Music” is! In the first act there are favorite and familiar songs that flow out from the performers. ALL THE OLD fa...
Four September concerts scheduled for Coliseum [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Four September concerts scheduled for Coliseum The Richfield Coliseum has announced the scheduling of four concerts for September. All concerts are being co-sponsored by radio station WMMS and Belkin Productions. 'V On Sept. 4 at 7:30 p.m., Ted Nugent will hit the Coliseum stage with special guest Humblepie. Tickets are $9 in advance, $lO day of the show, and go on sale beginning today. The Kinks, with a special guest to be announced, will appear Sept. 13 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $7.50, tomorrow through Aug. 7; $8.50, Aug. 8 to Sept. 12 and $9.50, day of the show. Sept. 20 brings “An Evening With Yes” in a Coliseum theater show at 8 p.m. Tickets are $9 in advance, $lO day of the show, and go on sale beginning tomorrow. The next night. Sept. 21 at 8 p.m., it’s “An Evening with Queen.” Tickets are $9 in advance, $lO day of the show. Tickets for all shows are available at the Coliseum box office and all Ticketron locations.
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
PORTHODSE THEATRE presents KSU Students will be admitted FREE on Sunday and Monday. A delightful spoof of romance in the wilderness LITTLE MARY Ticket Prices $2 50 3.50 4 50 Group Rates Available July 25, 26,27, 28 August 1,2, 3 M Tickets 8c Reservations ~ 929-4416 Performances at 8 p.m. Matinee (M) at 2 p.m. Porthouse Theatre Is adjacent to Blossom Music Center 7:30 $l.OO ACPB AND THE Kent Student Confer PRESENT THE SCIENCE-FICTION FANTASY THAT STARTED IT ALL! H G WELLS The War of the Worlds Starring Gene Barry, Ann Robmson, Les Tremayne Technicolor G A Paramount Pictures Re-release THUR. JULY 31 KIVA
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
m jujujjfjg JtJTJt J-J J j jjJt | HAPPY HOUR j Mon. - Thurs. 5 to 6, Fri. 4 to 7 /VOtF SERVING BURRITO SBY TA CO TONTO 240 N. Water 673-9313 IS &amp; Over } %nmt**»9wn*vv999 , itw9W9Wfrr*%TrsvxlSlrwrw'm'mk Hie Islet Brothers Larry Graham • Cameo • S.O.S. Band AUGUST 10 Richfield Coliseum mm mm yI 8 PM - TICKETS: $lO. ADVANCE and $ll. DAY OF SHOW TICKET OUTLETS: Coliseum Box Office, Bibb's Record Shop, Sound Center Record Shop, Target Record Shop, Fillmore East Record Shop, and all Ticketron Locations . * ■ , , , .
Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
XEROX ' 9200 BACk'tO BACK • REDUCTIONS • Typing • Resumes &amp; thesis •Stationery •Business cards • Velo-binding ‘Rubber stamps • Film &amp; processing ‘Greeting cards •Instant passport photos M-F 9:00 - 6:00 SAT 10:00 - 4:00 SUN CLOSED nr&gt; FIRST FEDERAL V SAVINGS &amp; LOAN ASSOCIATION OF KENT Mh MtU R I S ; • Insured Savings • Certificate Accounts Home Loans • 157 N. Water Kent, Ohio 673-3438 269 W. Main Ravenna, Ohio 297-1428 EQUAL HOUSING
Human dimension lacking in character, realism 'Blue Lagoon': a 'mediocre, shallow' film [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Human dimension lacking in character, realism 'Blue Lagoon': a 'mediocre, shallow' film By JOHN SPENCER left alone to grow up and discover “love as nature intended it to be,” as the film’s poster claims. While the movie may sound interesting, the story does not hold water. What options are there for two supposedly Victorian adolescents who do not know a thing about the facts of life except what they imagine from photographs in the trunk (naturally). While the island is authentic, sand and turquoise blue surf, the dialogue is strictly southern California with some cutesy scenes. BROOKE SHIELDS tries to portray a a young ingenue Emmeline, but after her bordello role in “Pretty Baby,” how believable can it be? And there are some awful attempts at innocence by California surfer look-alike Christopher Atkins as Richard, who spears fish and prances around like a he-man. Realism in the movie comes from the photography of the island floral and fauna, but the human dimension lacks any realis...
Bus Service sponsoring charter to Taylor show [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Bus Service sponsoring charter to Taylor show The Campus Bus Service is sponsoring a special event charter to the August 19 James Taylor concert at Blossom Music Center. Tickets for the event, which include round trip transportation to Blossom and an $8 lawn ticket are $ll. Tickets are available at the CBS office, 710 Wright Hall, between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The bus will leave the parking lot adjacent to the Music and Speech Building at 6 p.m. Additional information is available from CBS at 672-2712.
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Classifieds Information You can buy a cheeseburger at RAY’S BUT YOU CAN’T BUY A BEER AT McDonald’s. RAY’S Own your own highly profitable blue jean or fashion shop for $15,500. Call any time: Fashion Flair 704-753-4048. CASH PAID for Diamonds, Old Gold and Silver, Class Rings, Watches, Jewelry, FlatA variety of cheeses Haagen - Dasz ice cream - fruit juices - bulk staple food at KNF, 266 N. Wat YMCA CHIL o*' taking appiic ; 2 yrs. - 5 yr 3 Need Somel 1 iinfpprc wa ' FALL; Responsible non-smoker to share quiet condo with disabled KSU Grad (Female). Free room in exchange for 15 hrs. work per week I otherwise $l4O/mo. 678 9743. Furn. room inKent, walk to KSU, share kitchen, parking, $llO mo. Util. incl. Phone 296-6274. Rooms for Males. 12 or 9 mon. option plus 1/12 utilities. Across from campus. Nice house with many bathrooms. Parking 673 2698. Gracious Victorian house on W. Main St. needs quiet and studious females to fill its rooms for fall. Mrs. Myers. 673-0787. 2 bed ences % du lent...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
WHY WALK ALONE ? ESCORT SERVICE Monday Saturday 9:00 pm 1:00 am Service on and off campus Call 672-3207 1_ Sponsored by: Student Government i | ATTENTION 1 August Graduates | i I An interview is required for all National ! I Direct Student Loan recipients planning I I to graduate. Exit interviews have been I scheduled for: August 4 - 8-9:00 &amp; 11:00, 2:00 &amp; 4:00 x Please call 672-2757 for an appointment.