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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
The Summer Kent Stater will be published each Thursday during the summer of 1980. Offices are located at 100 Baylor Hall, Kent State University, Kent, OH. Printing is provided by RonTac Publications/ The Bulletin, Twinsburg, OH. Letters to the editor of the Summer Kent Stater are welcome and should be addressed to 100 Taylor Hail, Kent State University, 44242. Letters should be no vinore than 200 words in length and must bear the signature, address and phone number of the author. Names will not be withheld without justification. nr? FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS &amp; LOAN ASSOCIATION OF KENT Insured Savings Certificate Accounts Home Loans *- 157 N. Water Kent, Ohio 673-3438 269 W. Main Ravenna, Ohio 297-1428 EQUAL HOUSING ICMHCD
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
yTKABORTIONS Awake, Mild Sedation, or Completely Asleep Family Planning Counseling Lowest Fees Free Pregnancy Testing Medical Planning Services 1054 S. Arlington St. Akron, Ohio 44306 773-6811 When It Comes To Books &amp; Supplies COME TO DUBOIS HERE ARE 6 GOOD REASONS TO DO YOUR FALL SHOPPING AT DUBOIS 1. Great selection of used and new books and college supplies. 2. All your purchases guaranteed right in price, edition, condition and course. 3. Convenient location with free customer parking also KSU bus. 4. Fast, accurate, friendly personal service where our assistance is needed, and self-selection, too. 5. Special sales on books, records and supplies throughout the year to help you stretch your budget. 6. Free desk blotters while supply )3StS SHOP EARLY FOR THE BEST SELECTION. Jt HSU j i I S Lincoln mi custom* PARKING Willow St II M 43 St HOURS This Week: Mon-Fri 9a.m. - sp.m. Sat 10a.m. - sp.m. Sun (Aug. 31) &amp; Mon (Labor Day) 11 ;30a.m. - 3;30p.m. '**• &a...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
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 PoliaficoAssistant 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. IS rortage Distributing vtyP' with KEGS of MILLER, SCHMIDT’S, LITTLE KINGS CREAM ALE, &amp; MANY OTHER FAVORITES Take Care of Your KEG PARTY needs at PORTAGE DISTRIBUTING Ravenna, Ohio 297-7721 &amp; 297-7856 The triumphant Tony Award-winning musical imm August 15, 16, 17, 18 August 22, 23, 24, 25 August 29, 30, 31 m Ticket Prices &gt;2.50 3.50 4.50 Group Raloo Available 929-4416 Performances at 8 p.m. Matinee (M) at 2 p.m....
'It's different and fun, kind of be-boppy.' Punks new wave of music and people [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
'It's different and fun, kind of be-boppy.' Punks new wave of music and people By DEBI M. TRARES Feature Editor Punks used to be young males who wore black leather jackets, blue jeans, greased their hair back into duck tails, cruised around in loud “souped up” cars or motorcycles and of course, strutted around acting cool. Words, like people, have away of changing and standing for something different than they once did. Today punks can be male or female and instead of being attired in dull, drab black and blue, they often sport bizarre and glittery costumes, occassionally topped off with pink, green or orange hair. PUNK ROCK or new wave, originated in England. The originators of punk, groups like the Sex Pistols and the Clash, seemed to be thumbing their noses at the establishment with their outlandish dress, lyrics and behavior. Not only do punks have their own music, but they have their own way of dancing to it. There are two main punk dances, the rest of what they do on the dance...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
Wendy’s presents the ndi&gt; n pgp SPECIAL Ml OLD FASHIONED ms mt 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: Sept. 1 CHEESE &amp; TOMATO EXTRA WENDY’S TIIAYK-YOI COI POY SJUffBuRfiERS 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: Sept. 1 CHEESE &amp; TOMATO EXTRA WEYDY’S TIIAYK-YOI ( OIPOY SSa
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
1980 HAIR-O-SCOPE YOU WILL HAVE &amp; gom&lt;* ncC WITH V.I.P. HAIRSTYLES NANCY’S V.I.P. LOOK HAIRSTYLING FOR EVERYONE 1 702 EAST MAIN ST. NEXT TO CAMPUS _ Fall Semester 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 9:00 class. Friendly atmosphere ■in a campus environment. Don't wait! Get it together and stop in soon! GObbEGE lowers 1800 Rhodes Kent. Ohio ASSOCIATED ESTATES CORB EFFICIENCIES, 1 and 2 BEDROOMS •INDOOR SWIMMING POOL •GAME LOUNGE • RESTAURANT ON PREMISES • FOOD STORE ON PREMISES •LAUNDRY FACILITIES •SAUNA £r Call 678 0746 KENT Call 461-1111 CLEVELAND WEEKDAYS SATURDAY 9AM to 5 PM 10AM to 1 PM
A fine summer for photography [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
A fine summer for photography The Summer Kent Stater photo staff finishes the summer with this collection of photographs. The photo at left was taken by Gary Harwood, staff photographer and assistant photo-editor this fall. The photo at right was taken by Henri Adjodha, summer assistant photo-editor. The lower photo was taken by John Neitzel, summer photo-editor.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
Check This Out Not all banks are the same at the end ot the month. We think the bottom line in serving our customers is providing the best service. That’s why we’re offering NO SERVICE CHARGE CHECKING ' . J s' * all you do:- ■ Keep a minimum daily balance of $2OO in your Huntington Checking Account OR ■ Keep a minimum daily balance of $5OO in your Huntington Savings Account OR ■ A Huntington Certificate of Deposit for $5OO or more will keep your account open all through the summer months. Simply leave $l. on deposit in the account and there will be no service charges for the summer. Just let us know before you leave. \ ‘ &gt; . We’ll Take You To Lunch Open a Checking or Savings Account during the month of September and we’ll buy your lunch at &lt;T? Burger (hamburger, fries, Chef® beverage) SPECIAL STUDENT HOURS 9:30 A.M. - To - 6:00 P.M. August 25 and 26 - At our University Location only one block east of The Music and Speech bldg, on Main Street. The Huntington Nat...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
Stater photo by John Neitzel Dino Hall, a second-year running back and kick-return specialist with the Browns, reaches for a pass in an afternoon workout at Dix Stadium. The Browns will leave Kent tomorrow and set up camp at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea. The Cleveland team is still looking for its first victory of the 1980 season. They lost their second exhibition game Monday, 12-3, to the Washington Redskins.
A Sporting Viewpoint [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
A Sporting Viewpoint In away, I just can’t believe it. This is actually the last column I’ll ever write as a college student (or so I hope!). Now, that your tears have subsided, I’d like to go over some of past experiences I’ve had with the KSU athletic program and reflect on them for just a moment. I’ll never forget my first KSU football game. The Flashes actually won, scoring on the initial kickoff, thanks to a superb runback by-fullback Tom Roper, and never looking back as they trounced Illinois State by about 30 points. NEEDLESS TO SAY, I was impressed. Since that 6-5 season, however, the football program has degenerated to a mere shadow of its former self. The cross country and track teams were coached by Doug Raymond, a living legend in more ways than one. He was a great guy and recruited talent such as Gerald Tinker, an Olympic Gold Medalist. The two programs are rebuilding under Orin Richburg, who once ran for Raymond. The process has been slow, but successful, showing stead...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
GOOD REASONS TO VISIT US GENESIS NIGHT CLUB • Sunday - 50$ Pizza Roll-ups - no cover • Monday ■ 50c Foot long Coney Dogs - No cover • Tuesday - Oldies, Cheapie Draft and 25C hot dogs • Wednesday -25 c Cheeseburgers • Thursday - Ladies Admitted Free - Wine Specials • Wednesday - Saturday - CHROMASOUND © 7 foot TV for Baseball Season 32 pinball and TV games 45’ X 22’ Dance Floor Strong Drinks and Fair Prices Balcony Bar for over 21 Only Half priced Happy Hour 8-9 p.m. daily Open Friday at 3:00 p.m. - Special Prices ★ CHROMASOUND © is this area's highest quality studio stereo sound ★ 121 W. College St., Kent • Doors Open at 8 p.m. • Two I. D.'s Required • 18 and over PORTAGE HYPNOSIS CENTER S.L. Sauer - Hypnotechnician 673-9424 B 1. Smoking 2. Weight Control 3. Sports 4. Drinking 5. Learning Problems a. Retension b. Comprehension c. Exam Tension 281 Martinet Dr. Suite 101 Kent, Ohio 44240 * XEROX 9200 BACK TO BACK • REDUCTIONS. • Typing • Resumes &amp; thesis • Stationery • Bus...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
Classifieds Informati KENT STUDENTS FOR ANDf Carter and Reagan TONIGHT Ctr. 7 p.m. AtL ARE WELCOh WHOLE FOOD GROCERIES-V Snacks-Juices &amp; more. At Water 10-6:30 Mon-Sat. 673 SEWING/ + UPHOLSTERY/ RATES GUARANTEED SE Pants patched, alterations, Ma NEW JERSEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Leave on 8/23. Return 8 wanted to share gas (25 M.P driving.) Pete 678-0776. CASH PAID for Diamonds, Of ver, Class Rings, Watches, ware. (Silver Coins bought your items and check our METALS 673-8442, Rt. 43 Bridge Mon. thru Sat. 10-5 PI YMCA CHILD CARE CENTER taking applications for c between 2 yrs.-5 yrs. For 678-8683. MOVING? Renting my van wil Cheap rates, call Doug at 678 Helf Phone work. Make $5/hr. Da: min. from Kent. 650-1095 navian Health Spas. Housecleaner needed $3/hr. I 0397. Qellin CANOE (Grumman IS ft.) C In. Diagonal) Post-Office Jeep table? Priced to sell 678-782 Want to sell 75 Mustang L condition. If interested pie 3753 anytime. 76 FORD Elite, P.S./P.B. air, new tires, new exh...