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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
Classifieds Information Want to play volleyball this summer? Beginners to advanced, male or female. For info, call George 296-2131. Own your own highly profitable blue jean or fashion shop for $15,500, Call any time: handled. Please phone 650 4622. Why walk alone? Call ESCORT SERVIC Monday-Saturday 9:00-1:00 a.m. Cr 672-3207. Sponsored by Student Gover ment. ROBIN HOOD INN MONDAY - Schnapps Night TUESDAY- Blatz Night WEDNESDAY - Tequila Night THURSDAY - Draft Beer Night FRIDAY - Robin Hood Ale Day iY - Beer Blast 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. ROBIN HOOD Economy Bar • Everyday 2:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. Rent JsABORTIONS Awake or completely Asleep Family Planning Counseling Lowest Fees Free Pregnancy Testing Medical Planning Services 1054 S. Arlington St. Akron, Ohio 44306 773-6811 Alternative Employment Opportunities Learn while you earn * Openings exist for full and part-time personal care attendants. Interested persons apply at: Handicapped Student Services, 102 Admin. Bldg. 672-3391.
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
Slater photo by John Neitzel WKSU-FM’s new broadcasting tower and antenna is nearing completion as workmen attach the final section of the 50 foot pole which sits atop a 300 foot tower. From left to right are Walter Coleman and Ronnie Creel, two workers from the Southern Broadcasting Services of Birmingham, Ala. The tower is located near the Music and Speech Building, and is the first stage in increasing WKSU’s power from 7,500 watts to 50,000 watts. The increase will take effect July 22.
Porthouse to open season with a musical tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
Porthouse to open season with a musical tomorrow By NANCY BOWMAN Porthouse Theater will kick off its 1980 summer season tomorrow night at 8 p.m. with the musical comedy “The Roar of The Grease Paint, The Smell of the Crowd.” The Theater, located next to Blossom Music Center, will present seven productions in this, its 12th season. The opening production written by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse is the story of a little man having to “play the game” according to the rules set down, and constantly being changed, by a decadent representative of the ruling class. The fun begins when the little man finds someone he can push around and is soon there on top with his former taskmaster. THE MUSICAL is being directed by Louis O. Erdmann, KSU professor of speech. Showtime is 8 p.m. June 20 through 23 and June 27 through 29. A 2 p.m. matinee is also scheduled for the 29. Porthouse is a summer repertory sponsored by KSU and the Blossom Festival School. The company and technical and managemen...
"Solid Gold' recording artists featured in Saturday concert [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
"Solid Gold' recording artists featured in Saturday concert By BILL BRYAN “An Evening of Solid Gold,” featuring recording artists of the 1950 s will be held at 8 p.m. Saturday in Memorial Gymnasium. The program is sponsored by the Portage County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 70. Featured artists will include: Jay Black and the Americans, Danny and the Juniors, The Regents, Bobby Lewis and The Crystals. Receipts from the. program will benefit FOP Lodge which includes police from Ravenna, Kent, the University, Robinson Memorial Hospital and the Portage County Deputy Sheriffs. The money will be used for general operation of the lodge in promoting public relations between the police officers and the community, according to Bill Sutliff, detective, Kent City Police. The lodge also assists charities on a selected basis such as the Big Brothers and Sisters of Portage County, Shrewsberry Home and Happy Days School. Tickets are $3.50 and additional information can be obtained by calling 29...
Jefferson Starship orbits after success [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
Jefferson Starship orbits after success By TIM ROBERTS After two near crash landings that brought them back to earth, the Jefferson Starship is again in orbit after the success of last year’s hit album. Freedom at Point Zero. Now starting a summer tour that will bring the group to Blossom Music Center next Wednesday, lead guitarist Craig Chaquico expects this tour “to have a lot less pressure than our first one. People will know what to expect from us this time.” In a telephone interview Tues- day, Chaquico said it only took a short time for audiences to become comfortable with the Starship’s harder rock sound. “At first, people were surprised because we have a basically more aggressive, stronger sound than before. But after Freedom at Point Zero was out, they seemed to like what we were doing.” AFTER THE departure of Grace Slick and Marty Balin from the group in 1978, nobody knew what the Starship would be doing. Chaquico said the decision to regroup was made “by the nucleus of the...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Summer Kent Stater Vol. I, No. 2 Thursday, June 26, 1980 Kent, Ohio 44242 USPS 292-760 Qummer KeQtater NANCY BOWMAN Editor NOLAN WEIDNER Assistant Editor SHARON GOODWIN 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 Sattler, Gary Harwood. Staff Writers: Liza Bartz, Bill Bryan, Tamara Davis, Barb Evanosky, Brenda Hiles, G. Pat Kelley, Rick Laney, Brodrick Pounds, Tim Roberts, John Spencer. Adviser: Evan Smith. Secretaries: Sharon Marquis, Mary Smith. Offices are located at 100 Taylor Hall, Kent State University, Kent, OH. Printing is provided by RonTac Publications/ The Bulletin, Twinsburg, OH. of 1980. The Summer Kent Stater will be published each Thursday during the summer Letters to the editor of the Summer Kent Stater are welcome and should be addressed to 100 Taylor Hall, Kent State University, 44242. Lette...
Alumnus is named new athletic director [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Alumnus is named new athletic director By JIM HORVATH Sports Editor Paul V. Amodio was named KSU athletic director on Tuesday, but it won’t take long for him to adjust to his new position. Amodio, athletic director at Youngstown State University the past six years, replaced Don Dufek, who resigned in April. He will assume the position Aug. 1 and will receive an annual salary of approximately $40,000. Though Amodio has been a success both in coaching and in athletic administration, his background became one of the main reasons for his hiring. AMODIO IS A GRADUATE of both Kent Roosevelt High School and KSU, and has a strong affection for the Kent area. “There is a great love affair between me and KSU,” Amodio said at a press conference Tuesday morning in the Rockwell Hall conference suite. “And it’s always a greater love affair when you’re accepted back. I hope I’m able to live up to the expectations.” Charles Ingler, vice president for university affairs, said KSU was hoping for a “K...
Movie won't be filmed here [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Movie won't be filmed here By TIM ROBERTS KSU President Brage Golding has decided not to let a production company for NBC film a docudrama on the May 4, 1970 shootings here this summer, Dr. Robert McCoy, vice president and executive assistant to Golding, said Monday. McCoy said both he and Golding discussed the idea of permitting a production crew to film on campus with students, faculty members and the Board of Trustees. All three groups “overwhelmingly” opposed the idea, he said. “They felt it would not be good for KSU to have a fictionalized drama filmed here. With helicopters flying over campus, and actors in National Guard costumes shooting blanks, it would bring back a lot of turmoil to people here,” McCoy said. McCOY SAID THE presence of a film crew would also have a disturbing effect on the citizens of Kent who were here in 1970. “It (the shootings) is something they can’t intellectualize ... . they feel it emotionally. To them, the filming would be like a fingernail scratch...
Applications for Fall up more than 25 percent [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Applications for Fall up more than 25 percent By BILL BRYAN Residence hall occupancy is expected to increase by almost 20 percent Fall Semester, according to Dr. Roger Sorochty, director of Residence Services. _ ___ Sorochty based his estimate on figures released at the June 12 Board of Trustees meeting which revealed that requests for oncampus housing are currently 43 percent ahead of the number for the same time last year. It was also announced that both requests for admission to the University and the number of applications accepted are up by more than 25 percent. SOROCHTY SAID that he is anticipating total occupancy in the residence halls to be between 5,600 and 5,700 next fall, an increase of nearly 900 persons from this year. Bruce Riddle, director of admissions, attributed the increases in requests for admission and in actual admissions to a “substantial change” in how Kent State is viewed by potential students and their parents. “The University is now more positively viewed ...
Agenda of Arts and Events [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Agenda of Arts and Events 26 THURSDAY Kenley Players: “Chapter Two” With Joyce DeWitt, Tab Hunter, Donna Mills, through June 29. Kent State Porthouse Theatre: “Roar of the Grease Paint, Smell of the Crowd,” through June 29. Kiva: Walt Disney’s “The Jungle Book,” 11 a.m., 1 p.m., $.75. Kent Student Center: Kids Crafts; Mosaics, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.. Room 224, $.75. Student Center, ACPB: “Catch 22,” 7:30 p.m., $l, Kiva. 27 FRIDAY Blossom Music Center: Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, 8 p.m., $lO. TGIF Party: Front Street Mall, Cuyahoga Falls, 4:30 p.m. Featuring Avaitor, country-rock rhythm band and the Coppertone Bikini Girl Contest. 28 SATURDAY College of Wooster: Ohio Light Opera Company, “Trial by Jury” and “Pirates of Penzance.” 29 SUNDAY Carl F. W. Ludwig Recital Hall: Graduate Chamber Music Recital with Yang Mei-Ruey on piano assisted by Martha Hancock and Russell Lewis on violin and Mark Faulk on cello, 8 p.m. free. Carl F. W. Ludwig Recital Hall: Graduate Viola Recital wit...
Branch dean is named [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Branch dean is named Harold D. Shade has been named dean of the University’s Tuscarawas branch campus. Shade replaces Dr. Francis Hazard, who resigned in January to accept the position of Dean at the Ohio State University branch in Marion. Shade’s appointment becomes effective Tuesday. He has been serving as acting dean since January. Shade has a bachelor’s degree from Alderson-Bradodus College in West Virginia and a master’s degree in recreation from West Virginia University. He was principal of Scio (Ohio) High School before coming to KSU in 1969. The campus at Tuscarawas is the fourth largest of the University’s seven regional campuses.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
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