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A Sporting Viewpoint [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
A Sporting Viewpoint By JIM HORVATH Sports Editor Well, let’s see. It’s 12:30 a.m. Wednesday morning. I have a column to write, not to mention eight chapters to read for a test a test which is scheduled for 8 a.m. this same morning. I’ve been up since 7 a.m. Tuesday. Needless to say, I’m not in the best of moods. So, it’s time to contemplate and analyze my favorite topic, one I’m sure is also one of yours. That topic is pro softball. FIRST OFF, I’d like to meet the guy who invented the idea of professional softball and succeeded in forming a real league with real teams and real players. It’s not that I think the idea was all that hot. I’d just like to know how he got other people to buy it, namely the owners and spectators (yes, people do pay to see it!). Secondly, I’d like to know how it still manages to survive. After all, one can go to Parma or the local ball yard and see the same thing for nothing. Third, I’d like to talk to someone who attends these games, or even a person who’...
British singer, pianist with Blossom School Kenny's music makes audiences smile [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
British singer, pianist with Blossom School Kenny's music makes audiences smile By JOHN SPENCER Smiles and applause were the overwhelming response to the latenight entertainment entitled “Let Me See You Smile” of singerpianist Courtney Kenny July 30 at the Carl F. W. Ludwig Recital Hall here. Songs by Noel Coward, Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, the Gershwins and other songwriters were featured by Kenny who is directing, coaching and accompanying singers working with the Blossom Festival School this summer. Risque lyrics, like the ones about the sexy receptionist eager to please in “Welcome to Holiday Inn,” made most of the audience laugh loudly. IN A LUNCH-TIME interview, between rehearsals and coaching for the upcoming Benjamin Britteen opera, “Albert Herring,” Kenny sipped iced coffee and talked about his work, The songs in his performance, he said, were designed to be sung in a cabaret atmosphere. And while he admits that rather conservative “Kensington ladies would be rather shocke...
Daniel's foot-stompin' music thrills Blossom crowd [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Daniel's foot-stompin' music thrills Blossom crowd By BARB EVANOSKY It was an evening of cowboy hats, blue jeans and plenty of footstompin’ music when The Charlie Daniels Band rode into Blossom Music Center Monday evening. CDB is currently on tour to promote their newly released album In America which includes that hit, x previously only a single. After opening the show with an unfamiliar song off that album, CDB roused the crowd by playing “Trudy” one of their oldest numbers. AMONG THE songs from the new album one of the most impressive is “Legend of Wooly Swamp,” soon to be CDB’s new single. During this number the band was backgrounded by an eerie scene of a moonlit swamp. But, of course, the crowd’s favorite song from the album is the title hit “In America.” The entire audience got to its feet to cheer and clap as CDB began the song with a huge American flag silhouetting the band’s guitars and cowboy hats. Fair play was given to popular older numbers such as “Long Haired Country ...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Be ecologically minded Recycle this paper s 0 g HAPPY HOUR Mon. - Thurs. 5 to 6, Fri. 4 to 7 HOW SERVING BURRITO S BY TACO TONTO 240 N. Water 673-9313 IS &amp; Over rirn * •)'•&gt; »► 1&gt; W * ll |j «ji »» vrf -# v» »l ’J* » J* t /o/w Me Brady Bunch for: *Old Fashion Ice Cream Sodas *Frosty Milkshakes *lce Cream Cones *Frozen Yogurt Cones CAPTAIN BRADY RESTAURANT ‘Biggest Breakfast Menu In Town ” Favorite Campus Fatin’ &amp; Meetin’ spot (Corner of Campus at Lincoln &amp; Main) 6:30 - 6 PM
Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Kimberly Nurses A temporary nursing service RN up to $9.25 per hour LPN up to $7.25 per hour Call for an appointment 867-9001 Kimberly Nurses 3200 W. Market, Suite 100 Akron, 44313 □ PORTAGE HYPNOSIS CENTER S.f. Sauer ■ Hypnotechnician 673-9424 1. Smoking 2 Weight Control 3. Sports 4. Drinking 5. Learning Problems a. Retension b. Comprehension i c. Exam Tension 281 Martinet! Dr. Suite 101 0 Kent, Ohio 44240 Selling Your FEE REALTY WILL SELL IT FOR YOU! 950 FEE! Regardless of size or price, payable only when sold! Cali: WAYNE LACKNER, Broker 673-5599 or 673-1000
Mystery and suspense are missing 'Dressed To Kill' is a disappointing flick [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Mystery and suspense are missing 'Dressed To Kill' is a disappointing flick By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertainment Editor “Dressed To Kill” starring Michael Caine, Angie Dickinson, Nancy Allen, Keith Gordon. Written and directed by Brian DePalma. Playing at Akron Square Cine and Summit Mall. Why would such talented performers do a movie like “Dressed to Kill?” It cannot be because of the superb mystery suspense movie that is is, because it isn’t. It cannot be because of the wide range of acting ability that they are able to portray, because they don’t. IT MAY BE that they are desperate for money or an acting role. But whatever the reason, it’s a bigger mystery than the movie. “Dressed to Kill” is a supposed suspense-mystery movie about a woman that everyone knows (except the film characters) is really a man who is killing a particular doctor’s patients. The movie begins with Angie Dickinson in the shower lusting after a man. A model is used to do the nude scenes of Dickinson as she sexual...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Classifieds Information Ride needed West in Aug. Will shate driving, expenses. Call 673-7286, 672-2347 Kurt. Leave message. Sewing &amp; upholstery reasonable rates. Guaranteed service, fast, pants patched, alterations, Mardi 650-4957. Need an experienced typist to type your term paper, dissertation, etc.? If so, call after 5:00 PM at 628 3854. Kent Mogadore area. Whole Food Groceries-Vitamins Herbs Snacks-Juices &amp; more at KNF, 266 N. Water 10-6:30 Mon-Sat. 673 2878. CASH PAID for Diamonds, Old Gold and Silver, Class Rings, Watches, Jewelry, flatware. (Silver Coins bought &amp; sold) Bring your items and check our prices. KENT METALS 673-8442, Rt, 43 at Crain Ave. Bridge Mon. thru Sat. 10-5 PM. YMCA CHILD CARE CENTER (Kent) is now taking applications for children ages between 2 yrs. - 5 yrs. For more info call 678 8683. Kent Students for Anderson Volunteer &amp; Organizational Meeting - All Welcome Thursday August 7 at 7 p.m. Room 309 Student Cent...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Rent Students, single room across from campus. No car necessary. Phone 678-0560. Rooms for rent $B5 per month plus utilities inquire at 318 E. Summit St. Room for rent $3O a month + util. West side of Kent near bus line. Phone 678-5311. ROOM FOR RENT-5 bedroom house, 2Vz bath, large kitchen, living room w/fireplace, wood beams, paneling, large lot Vz mile from campus, male or female. 673-2215 after 6 p.m. Female large single rooms. 12 mo. lease. Quiet and studious only need apply. No pets. After 5:00, weekdays &amp; anytime weekends. Call Mrs. Myers 673-0787. Female roommate needed for 2 bdrm, turn, apt. 1 mi. from KSU. $137.50/mo. Call mornings. 678 0636. Selling Two 14” studed snow tires with wheels $l5, Camera 35MM good condition $5O, small record player. 678-8406. 20 Watt receiver Garrard Turntable with cartridge eight inch speakers $130.00 or best offer anytime. 673-1640. Students will be admitted free. There is no bus. In a Joint presentation with tile Blossom Festival...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Furn. room in Kent, 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 6732698. 1/2 duplex 2 possibly 3 bedroom apt. Excellent Kent location, $275 plus utilities. Call 673-4619, Single rooms house is in nice condition. Many extras. Block to campus 4 bedroom apt, also 296-2131 or 673-5442. Need female to share 3 bedroom apt. $95 a month. Full year’s lease beginning last week of Aug. 678-1949. GRAHAM LAKE APTS. 1 &amp; 2 bedroom furnished or unfurnished water &amp; heat paid. 650 1660 after six, toll free. Mature female wanted to share clean apt. Priv. rm./bth. $45.00/mo. inc. util. Help dsbld. Grad part-time. 678-7483. 2 sleeping rooms/female, refined only 733 2905 with privileges. FILM PROCESSING Save on VIBRA 35 color print film processing up to lU2Pexp.1 U 2 P exp. 2.19 2 U 4 P exp. 3.79 36*exp. 5.59 Save on 110 &amp;1...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Outstanding 2 bedroom apt. looking tor out standing tenants. $290 plus utilities. No pets. Call after 5.00 weekdays and anytime weekends, Mrs. Myers 673-0787, 2 room studio aprt.-2nd floor-old church building $200.00 including utilities. 310 Park Avenue. FALL: Responsible non-smoker to share quiet condo with disabled KSU Grad (Female). Free room in exchange for 15 hrs, work per week/otherwise $l4O/mo. 678 9743. Help WANTED: Reliable after school sitter for 2 boys beginning Sept. 2. Vine St. area. 678 7529 after 5:30. Wanted Waitress Waikiki Restaurant 21 or over Part or Full time. Apply within 2616 Slate Rt. 59.
Hilarious spoof 'Airplane': a barrage of comical jest [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Hilarious spoof 'Airplane': a barrage of comical jest By BARB EVANOSKY “Airplane” starring Robert Hays and Julie Hagerty. Written and directed by Jim Abrahams and Jerry and David Zucker. Playing at University Plaza Cinema. If you are looking for some light entertainment these hot days. Paramount’s “Airplane” is a sure bet. Written by Jim Abrahams and Jerry and David Zucker “Airplane” is a hilarious spoof of all the “Airport” movies. Robert Hays of TV’s “Angie” stars as a pilot who has not flown since the war after believing he led George Zip to his death. HIS GIRLFRIEND, played by Julie"Hagerty, has lost respect for him because he now drives a cab. Hays boards the plane to persuade his stewardess-girlfriend to come back to him, after she breaks up with him. Hays and Hagerty give fine per- formances convincing the audience that the outrageous conflicts in the movie are really serious. WHEN BOTH pilots become ill after eating contaminated fish. Hays must get over his fears and save th...
Porthouse giving final opera [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Porthouse giving final opera By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertainment Editor The Blossom Festival School of Opera will present Benjamin Britten's “Albert Herring” at 8 p.m. tonight, with additional performances on Friday and Saturday, and a 2 p.m. show on Sunday, all at the Porthouse Theater. The production will be the final opera for the 1980 Porthouse summer season. The story is about young Albert Herring who is honored for his virtue and purity by the townsfolk. “ALBERT HERRING” will be directed by John Haber, who last directed the opera “Cosi Fan Tutte.” For the first time an orchestra will be used for the Blossom Festival School of opera. Kathleen Scott will conduct the chamber orchestra which has been especially prepared for this production. Gary Fulsebakke will appear in the title role of Albert Herring and Donna Stephenson will portray his mother. TICKETS MAY BE obtained by calling the Porthouse Theater box office at 929-4416. All performances are free to students with a valid KSU I...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
The E.J. Thomas Hall will be filled with the sound’s of music from such Broadway productions as “West Side Story,” “Follies,” “Pacific Overtures.” “A Little Night Music,” and “Sweeney Todd,” as the Kenley players present “Side By Side By Sondheim.” The musical production begins at 8:30 p.m. and runs through Sunday. Starring in the show are Leslie Uggams and Gary Krawford (both pictured above), Anna Maria Alberghetti, and Dorothy Lamour as the narrator. The show is a musical review of numbers written by Stephen Sondheim. There are over 36 musical numbers presented in the two-act production that is located at the University of Akron. Uggams captures the audience’s heart as she bellows out such songs as “Send in the Clowns” and “I’m Still Here.” Lamour captures the audience’s love when she stops the show saying “I’m no Orsen Welles” as she was narrating. For further information call 375-0550.
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Vol. I, No. 9 Thursday, August 14, 1980 Summer Kent Stater Kent, Ohio 44242 USPS 292-760 Qummer Kent £tater 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 Sattler, Gary Harwood. Staff Writers: Bill Bryan, Barb Evanosky, Rick Laney, Tim Roberts, John Spencer, John Funtik, Dave Sobinovosky, Janet Gaynor, Scott Cocanower, Phyllis Lukens, Elaine Rivera. Adviser: Evan' Smith. Secretaries: Sharon Marquis, Mary Smith.