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Editorial Billy woes make Jimmy loser too [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Editorial Billy woes make Jimmy loser too 3 President Carter must be about ready to send his 43-year-old \ brother to some distant corner of the earth. As if having to battle front-running Republican Ronald Reagan for the presidency this fall were not enough, President Carter may now be faced with the prospect of not even being renominated by the Democrats at their convention next week in New York City. Carter’s problems stem from a government subcommittee investigation into the activities of Billy Carter, the self-made celebrity who had been rather quiet lately. Carter, in a nationally televised press conference Monday night, claimed that his administration had not violated any laws in its handling of ‘Billygate.’ Billy, on the other hand, claims that he did nothing wrong in accepting a $220,000 loan from the nation of Libya, or in his trips to that country since 1978. A government subcommittee is now investigating the affair. The claim there is that Billy’s connections with Libya ...
Easy to understand guide needed for commonly prescribed drugs [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Easy to understand guide needed for commonly prescribed drugs By JOHN FUNTIK Stater Columnist Last month the Food and Drug Administration persuaded drug manufacturers to tell doctors that tranquilizers should not be used for “everyday” stress. This request was made in response to the “vast overuse” of the drugs by millions of people everyday. Such a request is long overdue. but is still inadequate. Many other drugs are abused in this manner, and still more are taken by people who are unaware of possible side effects from the drugs. The tranquilizer request was designed to reduce the use of drugs “not clearly needed.” Five drug companies, including the makers of Valium, Librium, Vestran and Centrax, all of which can, with overuse or even moderate daily use, lead to serious addiction, have agreed to start labeling drug packages with the advisement: “Anxiety or tension associated with the stress of everyday life usually does not require treatment with an anxiolytic drug.” BUT THIS advi...
Calls for death of president elected every 20 years Will ‘Curse of Tippecanoe' again be fulfilled? [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Calls for death of president elected every 20 years Will ‘Curse of Tippecanoe' again be fulfilled? By CHUCK POLIAFICO Stater Columnist If Ronald Reagan is elected as the 39th president of the United States; will he die in office? Or, if by some chance or miracle, President Carter is reelected; will an assassination attempt on his life follow through? If an old Shawnee Indian by the name of Tens-Ka-Ta-Wah, which means “The Opening Door”, has his way, the next president of the United States will die in office. Tens-Ka-Ta-Wah, who was called “the Prophet” by Americans, was born sometime during the 17705, the youngest of eight children of a Shawnee warchief. HIS BROTHER TECUMSEH, was a famous American Indian chief of the Shawnee tribe, who tried to unite the western Indians against the white settlers who were buying Indian lands from the United States goverment. In November of 1811, Tens-Ka-Ta-Wah, with a large group of Indians, attacked a group from the United States army under the com...
Visions of 747-sized flies are unfounded Columnist’s trip sheds light on nuclear power [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Visions of 747-sized flies are unfounded Columnist’s trip sheds light on nuclear power By DAVE SOBINOVSKY Stater Columnist This Monday I had the opportunity to visit a nuclear power plant on a field trip planned as part of an energy workshop being held here. It was an interesting experience and the trip is one that I will always remember. We boarded the bus at about 2 p.m. There were 35 people going on the trip, most of them being physicists, chemists and your basic science-type people. Besides the bus driver, I think I was the only person on board without a degree. I felt somewhat uncomfortable, but I figured that if I acted like I knew what was going on no one would notice. There was also a nun on the bus who was probably along for the obvious reason. (Perhaps the only other person on the trip who may have raised an eyebrow or two was a man whose hobby was walking dam walls. While no one knew his true profession, my guess was that he was an alien from Venus sent to Earth on an inf...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
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It's not horseplay It's good exercise Randolph trainer swims thoroughbreds [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
It's not horseplay It's good exercise Randolph trainer swims thoroughbreds Story by Debi Trares Photos by Jack Sattler You can lead a horse to water, and if you’re trainer Frank Bookman, even make him swim. Eighteen hundred feet of white board fence surrounds the 11 -acre spread that is Bookman Stables. It has to be board because as Bookman says, “You can’t take chances with Thoroughbreds.” There are two things that make Bookman Stables unique. The first, to use Bookman’s words again, “It’s a family business.” The second is the way they train horses they swim them. HORSE OWNERS from all over Ohio and parts of West Virginia bring their horses to Bookman’s to have them swum. The only other place in the area that has the facilities to swim horses is Northfield Park. Swimming Thoroughbreds is the best way to exercise them. According to Bookman, swimming exercises every muscle in the animal while it builds lung capacity, and best, it doesn’t put any undue strain on the delicate ankles of...
Live from Kent State TV production class to air four programs [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Live from Kent State TV production class to air four programs By DEBI M. TRARES Feature Editor Tired of polished and superedited sit coms? Feel glutted with special effect shows? Want some spontaneity, excitement and exuberance? If you do, then what you’re looking for may just be in your own back yard, because Live from Kent State It’s TV Production H. Starting Monday, Aug. 18, and running through Thursday the 21st, TV 2 will air a program a day produced and directed by students enrolled in TV Production 11. The programs will be broadcast live at 11:25 on each of the days. In the past the TV production class did its programming on tape to be edited and readied for broadcast at a later date. JAMES PALUZZI, instructor for the class, said preparing a program for live broadcast is “tougher” than preparing one that can be perfected later through editing. “When it’s live you have to go through all the details with extreme precision.” According to Paluzzi, the rigor of readying and directi...
On campus counseling — way to cope with problems [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
On campus counseling — way to cope with problems By SALLY CURRY “Now just settle back as comfortably as you can in the chair. Let yourself get comfortable and just close your eyes as I talk. If you follow my instructions you will be able to learn to relax the various muscles of your body and to enjoy the accompanying feelings of pleasantness and well-being.” A beginning lesson in meditation perhaps? Not quite. This is the first part of a briefing by a professional psychologist to a student undergoing the Stress Management Program, one of the many services offered by the Counseling and Group Resources Center, located in Korb Hall. The Stress Management Program diagnoses for stress with an in- strument call the “electromyograph,” a remarkable electronic device which measures muscle tension under “relaxed and stressed conditions.” THREE HIGHLY sensitive “sensors” adapt patients to the electromyograph (EMG) for treatment, and provide feedback on muscle tension levels on a scale of one t...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
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Robert L. Jackson's injury is serious enough Offensive line is hurt by Miller's injury [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Robert L. Jackson's injury is serious enough Offensive line is hurt by Miller's injury By SCOTT COCANOWER For Brown’s second year offensive guard-tackle Matt Miller, it was a birthday he’ll always try to forget. In the first serious injury of training camp, July 30, the highly regarded “swing man” of the interior line required surgery to repair torn ligaments in his left knee. The injury will sideline the Colorado product the entire season. A part-time player, and starter in the season finale at Cincinnati last year, Miller was in the Brown’s plans again in 1980. “HE WAS having a good camp, and definitely fit in our picture,” Head Coach Sam Rutigliano said. “It may not have been as a starter, but he would have seen plenty of action.” Suffering an injury of less magnitude was middle linebacker Robert Jaekson in the Browns 6-0 scrimmage victory over the Buffalo Bills at Dix Stadium last Sunday. The key man in the new 3-4 defensive alignment, “Stonewall” will miss one to two weeks with...
New ticket policy announced for football [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
New ticket policy announced for football By JIM HORVATH Sports Editor A new ticket policy for KSU home football games has been announced by Associate Athletic Director Tom Phillips, featuring a slight increase in reserved seating and a special season ticket package. Students are not affected by the new plan, and will still be able to attend all KSU athletic events free by showing their validated ID’s at least for this coming season. The new season ticket plan is designed to fight the “staggering inflation and high costs of entertainment,” according to Phillips. Under the plan, half price reductions will be offered on every second season ticket bought. “WE’VE CUT our ticket prices and fans even chose their own seats,” Phillips said. “I have talked to the ticket directors of all the conference schools, and all of our prices are comparable, and in many cases lower than other schools. “Through our savings plan, two people can sit on the 50-yard line the entire year for $37.50 or for $3....