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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
Wednesday: "Istari"- Rock &amp; Roll Admission $l.OO. Anyone wearing beach attire (Shorts/Swimwear) admitted y 2 prto.., . .. .. . ... i ■ i - ■ ~ ' ; ' ; * ' &gt; j ' J i ~ Thursday - hot legs contest -no admission. Guys &amp; guys $5O in prizes. Friday - Rock-N-Roll - windjammer $l.OO Saturday - Country Rock SHERIFF $1 LUNCH SERVED DAILY ENERGY. We can't afford to waste it. Sausage Roll - $1.75 Calzone - $1.75 fo wn 2 xJO V 0 &amp;%V v a &lt;T . tv' vJ 678-5505 Fast, Free Delivery Starting at 4pm -1 am 7 Days a Week Friday &amp; Saturday 4 pm - 3 am 300 S. WATER ST., KENT Coupon Expires 7/1/81 SPECIAL PRICES Any item of your choice FREE, up to 7 items. Pepperoni, Sausage, Mushrooms, Green Peppers, Onions, Anchovies, cheese. FREE QT. OF COKE WITH WITH EACH PIZZA. 9" Small $4.00 16” X-Lg. $7.00 12” Medium $5.00 $B.OO 14” Large 6. 00 X-Lg. Sicilian $9. 00
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
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Raid raises questions [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
Raid raises questions Last week, Israel shocked the world with a successful air attack on Iraq’s nuclear reactor, an action defended by the Jewish state as “self defense;” and condemned by many world leaders as a grave political ploy by Prime Minister Menachem Begin, just three weeks before the elections in that nation. This incident raises several questions involving international politics. Was Iraq indeed planning to use its French-purchased nuclear reactor to produce atomic bombs, directly threatening Israel’s existence and supporting this action as self-defense? Does Israel’s action set a precedent for other countries whose enemies are on the verge of acquiring nuclear weaponry, paving the way for a nuclear holocaust at the hands of even less scrupulous dictators? 8 And finally, how can this act of defiance against international law be treated by world leaders? Sunday, on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Prime Minister Begin defended the raid, insisting that the reactor was meant to pro...
Stater Letters Crowd spoiled graduation [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
Stater Letters Crowd spoiled graduation Editor, Stater: I graduated from Kent on Saturday, May 23, 1981. The commencement itself showed a great deal of preparation and thought. The behavior of the audience and many of the students was better suited for a sporting event, however. I understand that it was at the request of the students that all those graduating be named individually. It is too bad that the people attending could not show patience and kindness enough to honor their request. The crowd was noisy and constantly in motion, even to the point of running into the rows of students and talking to them. The students didn’t seem to do anything to discourage them. The whistling, cheering and constant talking really took away from the dignity such a ceremony deserves. I felt especially sorry for those who had earned their Ph.D. After all the work I know they did, it was totally disgusting and very embarrassing to me the way they were treated. President Golding said, during the cour...
"...A-1, low-mileage, a steal, top shape, only driven Sundays ...” [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
"...A-1, low-mileage, a steal, top shape, only driven Sundays ...” By MIKE PESARCHICK Stater Columnist When it comes to buying used cars, some people possess an uncanny knack for “lucking out” and having rust-free, mechanically perfect, dirt-cheap beauties fall into their laps. l’m not one of them. Each time I stare at my ’7O Chevy Malibu, my recently acquired first automobile, I know. UMlv/uiwuv, * mivn. Actually, it’s when I stare at the bill for the new parts and labor that I really know I don’t have the knack for buying the perfect used car. A good one maybe (after all the new parts and tires it’d better be!), but not a “perfect” one. Since this was the first time I was ever in the used-car market, I had a lot to learn and I did, including this important principle: Human beings are at their most skulduggerous when selling used autos. And if not skulduggerous, they exaggerate quite a bit. The best sign of this are the classified ads people place for their clanky clunkers, ads whi...
Nightmare finds its doorway to reality Tuition hike delivers a blow to education [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
Nightmare finds its doorway to reality Tuition hike delivers a blow to education By CHERI KOVESDY Stater Columnist I’d like to believe it was only the sassafras tea, but I still can’t help shuddering a little when I, think about it. 1 It was the scar-1 iest dream I’ve ever had. Reagan and Rhodes rode around on a dark horse annihilating campuses across the country. Universities had become ghost towns. There weren’t even any libraries left. College students were relics from another time. And Americans were the new source of ethnic jokes. 1 REALIZED when I woke up that my dream probably spurred from my concern about the future of education in light of the Reagan administration’s cuts. But reading about the $ 113 per semester tuition hike that day gave me yet another cause for concern. I have to question the motives of a nation that insists upon remaining a major world power yet discourages its people from pursuing higher education. It seems almost paradoxical. Yet we, as college studen...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
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Grid aide Long resigns [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
Grid aide Long resigns Greg Long, the only assistant retained by first-year KSU football coach Ed Chlebek, has resigned effective July 10. The 33-year-old Long, a member of the Flashes staff the past eight seasons, had been assigned to coach offensive backs and wide receivers in the fall. A defensive back for KSU from 1967-70, Long joined the KSU staff in 1971 as a graduate assistant. He had served as offensive coordinator and quarterback coach since 1978. Long, who is married and has three children, accepted a position with the Second National Bank of Ravenna.
Intramurals will feature new 2-pitch softball event [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
Intramurals will feature new 2-pitch softball event By KEVIN HUHN Sports Editor When playing softball, have you ever wished you could bat against the pitcher of your choice, or that your team could have more outs per inning than the usual three? If so, then the KSU Intramural Department’s newest competition might interest you. They call it two-pitch softball, but there’s more to the game than that. As in normal softball, each team will have 10 players on the field at a time, and each game will last seven innings but that’s where the similarities end. In two-pitch softball the ball is not hard, but mushy, so it won’t travel as far. Each team gets five outs per inning, and each batter will be given only two pitches at which to swing. If one of those is a strike or fouled off, the batter is out. But don’t be afraid of getting poor pitches to swing at because the pitcher for the defensive team is a member of the team at bat. And if you’re a defensive player who’s worried that the pitche...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
He Secretary Needed with g Mon.-Fri. 1-6. Call Ken 678-5980 for appt. THIS IS Your money worries ar tional department is look and women to help us e; 25 minutes NW of cat opportunity for steady simply by talking to oth of semester OR clip ar summer. For interview, Call Mr. Jordan 1-467-51 Show band needs music Carlos 628-1179 r HOT LEGS contest guys an prizes at THE ROBIN HOOD R0N-0E-V0U’s Mon is Kamak miss it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LADIES QUARTER NIGHT a VOU every lues. 5:00 to prices RON-DE-VOU’s draft nite is VI see you there DOUBLES nite at the RON Thursday until midnite RON-DE-VOU’s regular happy 6:00 Mon. thru Thurs. Fr reduced prices Information Best tan contest $100 in prizes guys and gals. Music by Istari ROBIN HOOD TOWNHALL II HELPLINE training - Apply NOW! Deadline today. Crisis Counseling training runs from June 20 thru Aug. 15. Tues. Nites-Sat. Morns. (Except Jul. 4) Help others, learn new skills. Call 678-3006 for ■info NOW! Your own Jeans and Sportswear...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
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Intensive music program offered [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
Intensive music program offered Each summer, talented young people are brought together for intensive training in music through the Blossom Festival School. Dr. Walter Watson, the school’s director, said he believes it is one of the most prestigious programs in the nation. “This is definitely a world-class program. We are very fortunate to have it on our campus,” Watson said. FOR OVER THE past 13 years, music students from as far away as Moscow have come to Kent for intensive music training, Watson said. Their efforts are showcased at Blossom Music Center in Northampton. The programs are also closely connected with the Cleveland Orchestra. Several of its musicians serve as instructors in the program, along with members of the KSU faculty. Competition is rough for admission to the program. Watson said the 65 students selected for the program represent only a fraction of those applying. BESIDES THE SCHOOL of Music, other departments within the university are necessary for the Blossom ...