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High school seniors more dissatisfied [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
High school seniors more dissatisfied By CHERI KOVESDY Feature Editor High school seniors are looking or “more emphasis on basic acalemic subjects” in secondary eduation, according to the U.S. Detriment of Education. The number of seniors dissatisied with their secondary educaions on this basis doubled from 972 to 1980, according to a uepartment spokesman, and enrollment in both elementary and secondary schools has declined as much as 15 percent since 1970. Enrollment in higher education, has increased since 1970, reaching its peak of 12 million in 1980. A peak of students ages 18 to 24 is expected in 1981. The number of part-time students in higher education has more than doubled since 1970, increasing at a rate faster than for fulltime students. Two-thirds of high school seniors graduating in 1972, achieved their goal of attaining college experience, according to the department. One-third of the students who expected to attain bachelor’s degrees achieved their goals. The departmen...
Board of Trustees names appointees [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
Board of Trustees names appointees In addition to naming Dr. Cheryle A. Casper, assistant dean of the College of Business Administration, acting dean of that college, the KSU Board of Trustees made four other appointments at its meeting earlier this month. Besides appointing Casper, an associate professor of economics, to the acting dean post, the board named: Thomas J. Barber, currently acting assistant dean of the College of Fine and Professional Arts, assistant dean of that college. Dr. Norman V. Duffy, a former assistant and then associate dean of the College x»f Arts and Sciences, chairman of the Chemistry Department. Foster D. Armstrong, a KSU architecture professor since 1973, acting director of the School of Architecture and Environmental design. Dr. Dennis P. Carey, acting director of the Center for Peaceful Change, director of the center. All of the appointments take effect July 1. Barber, who first came to KSU in 1968, was director of the School of Technology before being...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
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Picture perfect [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
Picture perfect Photo story by Henri Adjodha “Some people think that artists wear berets as an affectation,” says Ms. Louella Vance, a portrait artist residing in Kent. “But in reality, artists, especially portrait artists, have to wear berets in order to shield their eyes from direct and reflected light as they work.” Ms. Vance paints oil portraits from photographs and live subjects and also works in pastel. “I usually paint ala' prima, which means to paint something completely; as much as you can do in one day without having to go over the same area again except for some glazing and correction. I prefer to apply paint with a palette knife instead of pig bristle brushes, and then I brush out, or blend, with sable brushes. “I have paintings in every state of the union. I painted Vice President Nixon while on vacation in Fort Lauderdale and in 1947, I did a portrait of Governor James Rhodes, then mayor of Columbus.” Ms. Vance has done five portraits of President Lincoln, for schools ...
Former BG star is new hockey coach [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
Former BG star is new hockey coach By KEVIN HUHN Sports Editor Change is becoming commonly associated with the KSU ice hockey team. Last season the team had a change in status when it became a varsity sport. The team, known then as the Clippers, had previously been a club sport. Now known as the Flashes, the team got its second change in two years Wednesday when 25-year-old Thomas Newton was named to replace Doug Ross as head coach and assistant director of the Ice Arena. Ross, who compiled 25-9-2 and 17-18 records the past two seasons, learned at the end of last season that his contract would not be renewed. While he is “looking forward to a lot of good things for the program,” Newton admits that the program has its limitations. “The program has limitations right now, especially considering that it is funded by itself and the Ice Arena,” he said, “so for me to come in here and tell you that I think we can compete with powers like Bowling Green, Ohio State, and Wisconsin would be un...
Indians not but support strike [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
Indians not but support strike By SHEILA LACEY "The (major-league baseball) strike is going to hurt everybody in the long run players, owners and fans. Lenny Barker. With baseball’s first mid-season strike now two weeks old and no apparent end in sight, Cleveland Indians Mike Hargrove, Len Barker, Bob Lacey, Mike Stanton and Toby Harrah all agree that they do not like being on strike. But they do support the issue they are striking for compensation for free agents. The owners have proposed that a team losing a “ranking” free agent should receive a player from the roster of the team signing the free agent. Of the 40 men on a major league team’s spring roster, only 15 could be protected if this arrangement were to go into effect. Mike Hargrove, the Tribe’s first baseman, said he believes that if the owners would agree to extend the number of protected players to 25, a settlement would not be far away. On this point, Barker and Lacey agree. Barker, Cleveland’s top pitcher who pitched a...
2 officers fare well in Olympics [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
2 officers fare well in Olympics By KEVIN HUHN Sports Editor Gary Marhoffer is trying to continue what he started in high school and Robert Winkler is just trying to practice what he preaches. And if their performances at the fourth annual Police Olympics in Columbus two weeks ago is any indication, the two members of the KSU Police Department have succeeded in their quests. Marhoffer, a 26-year-old patrolman, won three events, and finished second and fourth in two other events in the 18-32 age group. Winkler, a 45-year-old deputy chief, placed second in three individual events and was a member of a runner-up relay team in the 36-46 division. Marhoffer, who participated in track and field in high school and Malone College in Canton, won the discus with a throw of 122 feet, the javelin with a toss of 178-9 and the high jump with a jump of 6-2. He was second in the long jump (19-8) and fourth in the shot put (39-3). Winkler finished second in the 1.500- run (5:15.0), second in the 10-...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
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This summer not typical one for Indians [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
This summer not typical one for Indians By SHEILA LACEY Fishing .. . visiting relatives ... playing catch . . . They all sound like typical summer activities for most people, but for major-league baseball players, doing these things in the summer is not typical. However, since the major-league baseball strike began two weeks ago, big leaguers have been returned indefinitely to civilian status. Although most players have gone back to their winter homes to wait out the strike, there still are a few Cleveland Indians around, including Ten Barker, Toby Harrah, Mike Hargrove, Mike Stanton and Bob Lacey. To fill the time, Barker, who earlier in the season pitched the first perfect game since 1968 (Catfish Hunter was the last when he pitched his against the Min- nesota Twins) and only the 10th in baseball history, reports that he has been spending time with his family and doing a lot of fishing. “Tm kind of enjoying this now because it’s the first time in about nine years that I’ve been ab...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
i a u Lunch &amp; Dinner 11 A.M.-BP.M, Mon.-Sat. Friday; BOTTOM LINE Saturday: HOLLYWOOD SLIM BAND Wednesday: SUCH-N-SUCH (jazz) Coming attractions: Alex Bevan &amp; Friends 4th of July Call for Daily Specials Tavern Open till 2:30 A.M. 227 Franklin Avenue Kent, Ohio 673-8873 Located Directly Behind Kent Post Office 18 &amp; Over Nancy's V.I.P Look *e* Your Best Look for ’Bl Permanent Waves One Better For Curves Succession for Curls Let the V.I.P. Girls, give you V.I.P. curls 678-3130 Open: 1702 E. MAIN - NEXT TO CAMPUS Mon. - Frl. 9 to 9 Men’s Special: Mon. &amp; Tues. 4 to 9 Saturday 9to 5 Style Cut: $5.50, With Blow Dry: $9.50 HELM). DOLLY! Kent State University Theatre presents: HELLO, DOLLY at: Port house Theatre (adjacent to Blossom Music Center) June 26,27,28, July 3,4,5,10,11 at 8 p.m. July 12 at 2 p.m. Tickets: $4.50, $3.50, $2.50 with a $2.00 discount for KSU students with I.D. $l.OO discount for faculty, staff Box Office open 10 a.m. to Bp....