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Deadline today for golf contest [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
Deadline today for golf contest The KSU Intramural Department will accept entrants until 3 p.m. today for its hole-in-one contest. The contest, which is open to anyone (cost is $ 1 for persons without a validated 1.D.), will be conducted on the Commons beginning at 3. The person who can hit a golf ball the closest to the pin from 50 yards away will be the winner. Registration will be held in Room 191, Memorial Gym Annex, or at the site of the contest. Equipment will be provided. Openings are still available in volleyball, basketball and two-pitch softball. The only event that is closed is regular softball.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
DYER &amp; COX Attorney's At Law DWI-Defense Work Personal injury claims. NO Charge for initial consultation 123 N. Water 673-7487 ATTENTION KSCI Students Rent a 1 bedroom apartment for only $l3O each. All utilities included, n Bring your own roommate or r we ’ll find you one. g Also available: Individual &amp; | Studio Apartments b Kent Village | Reserve an apartment nowt for Fall semester. I 660 Alpha Drive Kent, Ohio (Behind Murphy Mart on Rt. 59) E OPEN DAILY: 10-6 p.m. WEEKENDS: 1-6 p.m. A Simco Community AKRON ABORTIONS Local Anesthetic (Awake) $175 Mild Sedative $1 85 General Anesthetic Available Convenient Hours Confidential Professional Care Birth Control Clinic Now Open 535-9191 Akron Center for Reproductive Health 839 E. Market St. Akron, Ohio 3D co TJ o a. c 0 &lt; &lt;D 1 0)
Stater Newsbriefs [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
Stater Newsbriefs Akron broadcaster joins WKSU staff An Akron broadcaster has been appointed news and public affairs coordinator at WKSU-FM 89.7. Long was a news anchorman and legal correspondent for radio station WHLO in Akron. He also anchored the morning news at WSLR. He was hired to strengthen the station’s news reporting operation, which augments its National Public Radio news broadcasts, said Station Manager John Perry, Long will produce programs included in NPR’s news programs, “Morning Edition” and “All Things Considered.” Campus Bus Service Transfers Office The Campus Bus Service is moving its offices from Wright Hall to Moulton Hall. Bus service offices will be open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily in Moulton Hall, on the east end of Hilltop Drive along East Main Street. Tickets, passes and bus schedules will be available at the new site. For more information, call 672-7433. United Christian Ministries to meet The United Christian Ministries opens its summer agenda Thursday ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
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Reinventing ingenuity [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
Reinventing ingenuity The slogan “Yankee ingenuity,” once synonymous with the confidence in this country’s technological prowess and leadership, is seldom heard these days though it was commonly used in the not-too-distant past. There’s a good reason why: the slogan no longer reflects reality, as a recent report on the number of U.S. patents issued to foreigners indicates. According to U.S. Patent Office records, the number of patents claimed by foreigners has almost doubled in the last 20 years. In 1960, for example, about 20 percent of patents were claimed by foreigners. That climbed to about 37 percent by 1980, with Japan, West Germany, England, France and Switzerland collecting the largest numbers, according to the records. While these nations have risen or even surpassed the United States in the technological arena, American technology has lagged behind thanks to dwindling research efforts. “It’s a symptom, a clear and unmistakable symptom, that America is falling behind in new...
Viewpoints Women's lives altered by fear [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
Viewpoints Women's lives altered by fear I live on a secluded side street in Kent. My neighborhood, comprised of elderly couples and families with children, is a friendly one. Tired of sharing apartments with four or five people at a time, I have decided to live alone. And for the most part, I love it. I have looked forward to this opportunity to live alone and I feel a sense of pride and security when I enter my apartment . . . usually. But I am haunted by a fear that is common to many women. I enjoy being alone and independent, but I am afraid. Afraid of the cars that drive by slowly and honk, afraid of the persistent phone calls with no one on the other end, afraid when walking home alone at night, to talk to anyone, afraid to leave my door unlocked, ever. Almost more than I am afraid, I am angry; angry that this fear alters my lifestyle. I am a friendly person and I enjoy the company of others. Not owning a car, I often walk to and from work and school at hours that range from e...
Here and now Same jobs merit same wages [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
Here and now Same jobs merit same wages The Supreme Court has ruled that an Oregon prison matron may have been a victim of sex discrimination because she received only 75 percent of what male counterparts took home. The decision should help narrow the salary gap that has been favoring men and impovershing women for decades. Since 1966, both sexes have been legally entitled to “equal pay for equal work.” But where men and women handle similar but not identical responsibilities, men have been traditionally paid more. ~ “Jobs in the U.S, aresex-segrega- i ted,” said Judith Lechtner of the r Women’s Legal Defense Fund here to our associate, Michael Duffy. “Three-quarters of all working women are in jobs that men won’t touch. These traditionally female jobs are also traditionally under- ' paid” But since women are fast replai cing men as the sole breadwinner in American households, the court ; has rightfully conceded that men r and women in similar jobs might i deserve comparable salarie...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
Letters Letters to the editor concerning topics of campus interest are welcome. Letters should be brief, not exceeding 300 words, typed and double spaced. Name, year in school, major and phone number should be included. We reserve the right to edit material submitted for publication. Unsigned letters will not be considered for publication. However, names may be withheld if circumstances warrant. „ Letters should be sent to 100 Taylor.
The arts are aiive on campus [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
The arts are aiive on campus /i/t iectere senes A public lecture series by 11 visiting artists from around the country will be held in AMP 202 io the Art Building from July 21 to August 8. Lecture topics will include graphic design, illustration, glass, sculpture, painting and drawing, and ceramics. The lectures are scheduled for July 21 through 24, July 28 and 29, August 3 through 5 and August 8. Each lecture will begin at 8 p.m. An additional lecture is scheduled for July 22 at 4 p.m. All lectures are free and open to the public. The lectures are part of the Blossom-Kent Art program, which offers classes to a limited number of students each summer. Further information about the series can be obtained by calling 672-2192. Shakespeare clinic A Shakespeare and Drama Workshop for students will be held from July 21 through 26 in Stratford, Ontario. Registration for the workshop costs $405, which includes performance tickets, instructional and application fees, and hotel accomodations. ...
BLOSSOM SCHOOL OF ART LECTURE SERIES CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
BLOSSOM SCHOOL OF ART LECTURE SERIES CALENDAR July 2.1 Lila Katzen—sculpture 22 Dick Marquis—glass—4 p.m. Jacquelyn Rice—ceramics 23 Ed Paschke—painting and drawing 24 Keith Godard—graphic design 28 Dale Chihuly—glass 29 Valerie Pettis—graphic design August \ 3 Ed Mieczkowski—painting and drawing 4 David Tell—ceramics 5 Ken Carbone—graphic design 10 William Crozier—sculpture All lectures begin at 8 p.m., unless indicated, and will be held in Room 202 in the Art Building.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
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