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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
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A near-by pond [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
A near-by pond Story and photos by John Neitzel Traveling on a country road near Ravenna, I came across this pond, full of life with neighbors living in harmony side by side. It was like a community, as the birds, insects, frogs, and other little creatures made this their home. As I approached the pond, the beauty of the scene overcame me, and I anxiously loaded film in my camera. However, all the animals sensed my presence and quickly disappeared: the birds flew away, the frogs jumped, and the insects buzzed furiously. I sat frozen for the next hour and was soon unnoticed. During this hour I saw these creatures resume their daily activities of eating and playing. They seemed like laid-back little fellows because they didn’t have to look too far for food and spent most of the day just laying around. It was amazing to see a life so easy as this. But then I thought, the species here are dependent upon each other, and are in constant danger of being their neighbors’ dinner.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
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Wright's all right Keith Wright ready to make comeback [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Wright's all right Keith Wright ready to make comeback By SCOTT COCANOWER He is an optimist. The kind of guy who can examine a half glass of water and declare it “half full.” Keith Wright manages to see the bright side of everything. That is the only way to describe a player that has suffered as many knee operations as he has years pro experience (three), and can term the setbacks beneficial. “One of the big benefits that I had was the fact that I’ve been through two knee operations and know what kind of rehabilitation it takes, the long hours involved and the dedication you have to put in,” said Wright, who was felled with the latest injury in last season's fifth game. THAT DAMAGE to his right knee against Houston in the Astrodome followed a lesser problem to his left knee, which required surgery prior to the opening of training camp last July. The diminutive wide receiver/ kick returner was sidelined the entire pre-season in 1979, but is projected to see action before the league o...
Phillips leaving assistant director post [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Phillips leaving assistant director post Associate Athletic Director Tom Phillips, whose association with KSU athletics spans 12 years, announced his resignation Tuesday effective Dec. 1 to become a parttime instructor in health and physical education. Phillips, 55, has served in his current position since Nov. 15, 1976.“I’m not going to be that far from athletics,” Phillips said. “I am going to stay in the field that I love doing teaching physical educa- tion, and I will be able to share my expertise with young people. “I HAVE MORE than one thing to offer. I have a coaching background plus experience in the administrative part of athletics business, tickets and promotions. All I'm doing is taking what I’ve got and just going with it to a different place,” Phillips said. Phillips was appointed associate athletic director in 1976 after serv ing as interim athletic director from April to August 1976. “We’re Very pleased for Tom that he has been able to reach the position in life that ...
A Sporting Viewpoint [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
A Sporting Viewpoint By JIM HORVATH Sports Editor There are times in one's life when change is accepted with mixed emotions, yet accepted as a fact of life. Many people dqn’t care for change because it disrupts the stability in their lives it's hard to look at the brighter side instead of dwelling over the past. Tom Phillips, who is retiring as the assistant athletic director here, has put in many years of service to KSU athletics. His tasks were many, and at times probably seemed nearly impossible. Phillips handled most of the department’s business matters, but was also asked to help out with other things such as promotions. It was a job that left him no time to relax during his day it was a constant struggle to do several jobs at one time. BUT HE RARELY complained, and worked long and hard to achieve the best results possible. People like Phillips in this day and age are hard to find, and I'm sure KSU athletics will feel the void when he leaves in late Novem- ber to join the physi...
'It's just a relaxing hobby' Juggler places 7th in national competition [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
'It's just a relaxing hobby' Juggler places 7th in national competition By DEBI M. TRARES Feature Editor He tossed five balls in the air and bandied them back and forth. Then he began to throw them in a large circle. The balls moved so slowly it seemed that some invisible string was holding them together causing them to glide or float from one hand to the other. But no strings are attached John Spurney is an excellent juggler. A juggler for the past four and one half years, Spurney placed seventh in the senior division free style, of the 23rd annual International Jugglers Convention held in Fargo, N.D. this past July 14 through 20. SPURNEY, WHO EARNED a bach elors degree in geology here and will be returning in the fall to work on his masters, was once a member of Levitation, a threemember juggling team that specialized in trick and number juggling, mime and gymnastics. Spurney said there are three basic patterns of juggling and everything else that is done is just a variation on th...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Fall Semester *** s72* 50 Per Student The most convenient apartment location at KSU! Why fight driving hassles in snow or pay high gasoline bills. At College Towers, you can fall out of the sack at 8:40 and make your 9:ooc|ass. Friendly atmosphere in a campus environment Don’t wait! Get it together and stop in soon! GObbEGE towers 1800 Rhodes Kent,Ohio ASSOCIATED ESTATES CORP EFFICIENCIES, 1 and 2 BEDROOMS •INDOOR SWIMMING POOL •GAME LOUNGE •RESTAURANT ON PREMISES • FOOD STORE ON PREMISES •LAUNDRY FACILITIES •SAUNA Call 678 0746 KENT Call 461 1111 CLEVELAND WEEKDAYS SATURDAY 9AM to 5 PM 10AM to IPM
"I want to brinq home the big plaque next year" Bus driver places 4th in Safety Roadeo [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
"I want to brinq home the big plaque next year" Bus driver places 4th in Safety Roadeo By TISA McCREADY “Nervous!” is the word Joanne Connolly used to describe her feelings about having been the only female contestant in the fifth annual Safety Bus Roadeo at Sciota Downs in Columbus last week. In May, Connolly took second place in the local Kent competition which qualified her and Don Easton, first place winner, in the state competition conducted by the Ohio Public Transit Association. The Kent bus service is the only competitor consisting solely of students. The other contestants drive for companies such as Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority and Central Ohio Transit Authority. KENT HAS PLACED every year in the state Roadeo, and had a first place winner in 1978, Rich Purget, who is now a full-time student supervisor, acting as a coach for the Kent contestants. The Roadeo consists of an obstacle course which includes skills that drivers demonstrate every day, such as backin...
Financial Aid gets new look [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Financial Aid gets new look By ELAINE RIVERA The office of Financial Aid has definitely “gone uptown.” Spaciousness, accented with wine carpeting, earthtone walls, and a look of efficiency are all part of the recently completed $59,000 remodeling of the financial aid office in Rockwell Hall. “There were two main reasons for the remodeling,” William Johnson, director of financial aid said. “There has been an increased amount of financial aid in the last couple of years, and as a result, we needed more room to hire additional professional staff persons.” STUDENT employment has been centralized, Johnson said, so work study students must first re- port to the financial aid office for employment. “In the past, students would go around campus searching for a job,” he said. “But now, they must report to us and we’ll assign them employment.” The end result, Johnson said, is that the paper work of 15,000 students who receive financial assistance must first flow through this office. “This inc...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
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