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I.M. offering exercise class [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
I.M. offering exercise class The KSU Intramural Department is sponsoring a free exercise program on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5 to 6 p.m. in the Memorial Gym Annex. The program, which begins Monday, will consist of general exercise with emphasis on “developing self-awareness and self-improvement,” Cheryl Smith, coordinator of the program, said. Smith said students, faculty, staff and members of the community may participate. The only charge for the non-credit program will be a $1 building pass for anyone without a validated I.D. Call 6723780 for more information. Basketball GAVE WEIGL, Pamela Mudrak and Renee Roma have announced their intentions to play for the KSU women’s basketball team. Weigl, a 5-foot-7 guard-for-ward from Wellington, averaged 21.4 points, 10.7 rebounds and 3.2 assists for Keystone High. Mudrak, from West Middlesex, Pa., was a 5-7 Vi guard-forward for Hickory High. Roma, from White Oak, Pa., scored more than 1,000 points in four years for Serra Catholic. The 5...
Major-league umps are feeling effects of baseball strike too [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
Major-league umps are feeling effects of baseball strike too Most everyone has heard the effects the major-league baseball strike has had on the players, the owners, the concessionaires ... even the bat boys. But what of the majorleague umpires, those popular fellows who oversee every game? They, too, are out of work, but Greg Kosc, an American League ump who lives in Medina, says things aren’t too bad at least for now. “Right now it’s a great vacation,” Kosc said Wednesday. “I can sit down and relax, cook out, do stuff around the house . . . basically, I’m doing things that I can never do this time of the year. “It’s nice to be home, even though my wife has a few projects for me. I’m just enjoying myself.” Unlike the players, Kosc said, the umpires get paid during the strike. “We are still getting paid, and we will get paid for 30 days from the beginning of the strike,” he said. “If the whole season is lost, then we will get paid for 30 more days. “We’re in a good situation, but we...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
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MSB future on line with album release [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
MSB future on line with album release By MICHELLE BLUM Entertainment Editor The future of the Michael Stanley Band will be on the line once more with the release of the band’s new album North Coast next month. North Coast, should have some surprises, Stanley said during a preconcert interview last month. “North Coast will be 98 percent all us,” said Stanley. HE SAID ON the new album there will also be an expansion of lead vocals to people who have not been heard from much. “Kevin Raleigh’s role in the band will become more important. He’ll be doing more lead vocals on North Coast,” Stanley said. North Coast is the band’s second album on the EMI America label. EMI has played an important part in the band’s recent success. “EMl’s done things like we hoped everybody would. They’ve given us the attention and support we couldn’t find on the other labels,” Stanley said. “EMI got it so the public could hear Heartland. Then it was up to them to make up their minds.” he said. STANLEY SAYS He...
Stanley in YSU concert after recording lay-off [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
Stanley in YSU concert after recording lay-off “Youngstown is full-out rock and roll. With the audiences you don’t have to do much work. It’s already there,” Michael Stanley said just minutes before going on stage at Youngstown State University’s Beeghley Center last month. The concert became a homecoming for the band and the city, for the love affair that has been going on for the past six years is very much alive and growing with each passing day. The crowd of more than fivethousand people were ready and waiting and rowdy and the band obliged with some classic MSB rock’n roll. FOR MORE THAN TWO hours the band stuck mainly with the three later albums, “Greatest Hints,” “Cabin Fever,” and “Heartland,” cranking out classic MSB sounds. They neglected the older tunes which longtime diehard fans were waiting to hear. Lead guitarist Gary Markasky added to the show with his own style. He put his own signature on the night when at one point, he jumped from the drummer’s stage and slid from...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
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the kent entertainment guide Dancin' highlights Kenley season opener [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
the kent entertainment guide Dancin' highlights Kenley season opener By CHUCK POLIAFICO and BEV SCHMIDT Dancin’, lots and lots of dancin’, were the big highlights on opening night as the Kenly Players presented “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” at Akron University’s E.J. Thomas Hall, Tuesday. The production which runs through Sunday, stars Debby Boone who lit up her life and career with the 1977 song, “You Light Up My Life,” and Broadway star Laurence Guittard. The play, which takes place in Oregon, known as “the God-fearin’ territory” by the players begins in the small log cabin of seven brothers right after their house-cook and . slave has had enough of their wildness and leaves to go back east. Stranded without someone to do the cookin’, cleanin’, washin’ and other “womanly chores,” they de- cide what their oldest brother, Adam (Guittard), should do in the production’s first musical numbers, “Get A Wife.” After a five minute courtship, Adam marries Town Cook, Millie (Boone), who ...
Kenley slate is released [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
Kenley slate is released The remainder of the schedule for Kenley Players has been released through the end of the season. Robert Urich and Heather Menzies in “Barefoot in the Park” June 23-28. Bert Convy and Michael Young in “Bye Bye Birdie” June 30-July 5. Ken Berry in “George M!” July 7-12. Ed Ames, Terance Monk and Linda Michele in “Camelot” July 14-19. Fred Grandy and Don Arneche in “How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” July 21-26. Dick Gautier in “Music Man” July 28-August 2. The Fifth Dimension in “Aint Misßehavin’ ” August 4-9. Billy Crystal and Donna McKechnie in “Cabaret” August 11-16. Cyd Charisse, Rip Taylor, Maureen McGovern and Immogene Coca in “Greenwich Village Follies of 1923” August 18-23. All performances begin at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and Sunday performances begin at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday matinees begin at 2:45 p.m. Orchestra and Grand tier tickets are $9. General admission and balcony are $6. More information can be obtained by ...
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 June 1981
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
Tuesday, June 23, 1981 Summer Kent Stater Volume 11, No. 3 Qummer Kent Qtater BARB EVANOSKY Editor RICHARD JORDAN MARK TILSON Managing Editor Advertising Manager Stater Staff Photo Editor: Mike Pesarchick; Sports Editor: Kevin Huhn; Feature Editor: Cheri Kovesdy; Entertainment Editor: Michelle Blum; Editorial Page Editor: Laura Logan; Copy Editor: Dave Skubby. Staff writers: Bill Bryan, Chuck Poliafico, Bill Lach, Donn Handy, Harlap Spector, Adrienne Beechhold, Sheila Lacey. Staff photographers: Fred Hansen, Gary Harwood, Henri Adjodha, Janet Huston. Adviser: Evan Smith; Secretaries: Sharon Marquis; Mary Smith. ■ -g j -■ V 4 ♦ »■ i ♦ * ■ t * &lt;44 » -« 4 4 A « -! 4 4A , .4 ♦ * 4 4 ♦ 4 ■
Budget cuts are 'cruel, inhumane, unfair...' Metzenbaum says economics will not work [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
Budget cuts are 'cruel, inhumane, unfair...' Metzenbaum says economics will not work By MIKE PESARCHICK and RICHARD JORDAN President Reagan’s economic policies have failed in the past and Americans are dreaming if they think his economics will work today, U.S. Sen. Howard M. Metzenbaum, D-Ohio, said here Friday. Speaking before about 250 people at a Portage County Community Action Council dinner in the Student Center Ballroom, Metzenbaum said Reagan’s economic policies were relics of the Calvin Coolidge era. “The American people seem to think everything is going to be beautiful” under Reagan’s policies, but to be policies “didn’t work for Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, and Richard Nixon, and they aren’t going to work for Ronald Reagan, and you can bet your life on that,” said Metzenbaum, who is up for re-election next year. Reagan, who recently said he favors Coolidge’s policy of governmental non-interfer-ence in business over Wall Street advice, advocates “supply-side economics” ...
Chairman says GOP no longer rich man's party [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
Chairman says GOP no longer rich man's party By BILL BRYAN AKRON Having shed its image as “the party of the rich,” the Republican Party is now on the verge of majority party status, GOP National Committee Chairman Richard Richards said here late last week. Richards, who was named to his position by President Reagan, was in town Thursday night to speak at a $124-a-plate Summit County Republican fund-raiser at the Tangier Restaurant. “We are on the verge of the majority party status which we have been seeking,” Richards said. HE NOTED that last November, 39 percent of those who voted identified themselves as Republicans while 40 percent said they were Democrats. A year ago that margin was 20 percent, and in 1979 it was 28 percent, Richards said, adding that the closing of this gap speaks well for the Republican Party. Addressing a crowd of nearly 700 which included Akron Mayor Roy Ray and former Summit County and National GOP Chairman Ray Bliss, Richards said that the old myth that th...
Gasoline tax hike won't help out Kent [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 23 June 1981
Gasoline tax hike won't help out Kent By BOB GITLIN Since Kent faces a 7 to 10 percent decrease over the last year in its revenue base, Ohio Gov. James Rhodes’ proposed gasoline tax hike will provide the city with funds to keep up with inflation, Kent City Manager Roy Stype said. People are driving less and using less fuel, Stype said, creating a drop-off in revenues for street repair. Rhodes plans to raise the state gasoline tax and has earmarked the funds for road repair. Kent’s revenue base had been decreasing 6 percent annually until this year, Stype said. Bridges need fixing and roads are rutted, he added. STYPE SAID that coupled with the decrease in funds is an increase in the cost to do the same work. “The tax increase will preserve a fixed level of maintenance capabil- ity,” he said. Kent can only hold out a short time, though, because the funding will peak in 1983 and then level off, leaving Kent with the same problem of financial loss. Summit Street is scheduled for major ...