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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
mmm Rent Personal TIM: HAMJAMBO7 DONNA MOTHER’S JUNCTION Friday BABY SIRLOIN (All Prime) Saturday ROBERT JR LOCKWOOD (The Legendary Blues Man) MOTHER’S JUNCTION Information !!!!!Satisfy Yourself. Eat a fast fresh French Tickler Pizza. All fresh vegetables &amp; spicy sauce at RAY’S. RON-DE-VOU’s Mon is Kamakazi night don't miss it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LADIES QUARTER NIGHT at the RON DE VOU every Tues. 5:00 to prices. RON-DE-VOU’s draft night night see you there. DOUBLES night at the RON Thursday until midnight. RON-DE-VOU’s regular happy 6:00 Mon. thru Thurs. Fr THE PLACE IS RAY’S SURPRISE! Hillel is open for the Summer 1981! It’s up to you how this summer will be. MOTHER’S JUNCTION Thursday WILD GIRAFFES and THE INVADERS (go crazy) MOTHER’S JUNCTIO Females. Single rooms for fall 1 block from campus. Nice kitchen. Free parking. No pets. Chris Myers. 673-0787. MALES. Single rooms for summer on Willow Street. Kitchen. Lots of parking. ...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
V OFFER m. GOOD AT KENT MR. HERO ONLY SUMMER STEAK SALE! / Bulb TfflK BUY ONE REGULAR HOT BUTTERED STEAK DELUXE AND AN ORDER OF FAMOUS TASTEE TATTERS . .. GET A SECOND STEAK FREE DELUXE BONUS COUPON Not good in conjunction with each other SSH $ $ PAY LESS FOR THE BEST mm Coupon Good thru 7/2/81 Redeem one coupon per sandwich at Mr. Hero, Kent, 1343 S. Water St. Kent - 673 6273 NOT GOOD WITH ANY OTHER OFFER KENT 1343 WATER ST KENT OHIO 673-6273
Couple faces dilemma in Neil Simon play [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
Couple faces dilemma in Neil Simon play By CHUCK POLIAFICO If you think the housing situation in Kent is bad, how would you like to move into a small, two room apartment, five flights up six counting the stoop, with no furniture, no bath tub, a hole in your ceiling where snow falls in the middle of your living room, a radiator that freezes in the middle of winter, a toilet that you have to flush up, and a bedroom so small that all you can fit into it is an oversized single bed? Then pay $325 a month for it. That’s only one of the many dilemmas that newlyweds Paul and Corie Bratter face in the Neil Simon hit comedy, “Barefoot in the Park.” THE PLAY, presented by John Keniey opened Tuesday night to a crowded theater at the E.J. Thomas Hall at the University of Akron and will run through Sunday. ' The play is a comedy-romance and succeeds in both due to the talent of Robert Urich, Heather Menzies and Vivian Blaine. Urich stars as Paul, the younger lawyer, who makes six cents on his fir...
Starship beams into Blossom for show [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
Starship beams into Blossom for show By CHUCK POLIAFICO It was an evening filled with drugs, sex and rock’n’roll as Jefferson Starship was beamed to Blossom Music Center Monday to a crowded and enthusiastic audience. After opening the show with their classic “Somebody to Love,” (the high point of the evening) the group played works from their latest album Modern Times. Highlight of the tunes that were played included “Alien” and “Find Your Way Back.” With its lighting and musical effects, “Alien” brought reminders of the movie “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” with flashing green lights and musical notes, making it seem like visitors were actually landing in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. JEFFERSON Starship’s latest hit single, “Find Your Way Back” brought the crowd jumping to their feet (if they hadn’t been on them already) with their fists in the air, singing along with the band. Vocalist Grace Slick dressed in a turquoise top, matching knee socks and tight black pants and silver pointe...
Hale Farm Festival to aid WKSU [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
Hale Farm Festival to aid WKSU Old time music amid a historic setting. Hale Farm and Village will be the setting of the Old Time Music Festival featuring traditional folk and bluegrass music. The festival is sponsored by Hale Farm and Village and WKSU-FM. Proceeds will go directly to benefit both non-profit organizations, said Sherry Yoke, director of public information for WKSU. Yoke said the festival is planned to be a weekend of fun for the whole family. “IN ADDITION to concerts, performers will be on the grounds to talk about the music or to give impromptu demonstrations of their styles,” she said. Picnic facilities are available, along with the buildings, activities and craft displays that are a part of Hale Farm. Tickets are available at the gate and are $3 for adults and $1.50 for children between the ages of six and 16. Tickets include admission to Hale Farm as well as to the Music Festival, Yoke said.
WNIR holds contest [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
WNIR holds contest English Leather is looking for calendar girls for 1982. The first of the semi finals takes place June 25 at Filthy McNasty’s. The event is co-sponsored by Filthy’s and WNIR-FM. Four weeks of semi finals will conclude with the local finals July 23, said Jean Brugger, WNIR spokesman. Two local finalists will go on to compete in the Ohio finals on July 26 at Dragway 42. The two Ohio finalists will then compete in national finals in Detroit and New York City. BRUGGER SAID the contests will culminate in a grand national final in Las Vegas where 13 girls will be chosen for next year’s calendar. Judging will be based on a swimsuit competition and a short interview, Brugger said. Prizes for the event include $lOOO in cash, a color modeling portfolio and a television screen test, he said.
Dolly opening at Porthouse season [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 25 June 1981
Dolly opening at Porthouse season Kent State’s Summer Theater program features seven productions this year, opening on June 26 with “Hello Dolly.” The highly praised musical will be presented June 26-28, 3-5 and 10-12 at the Porthouse Theater, adjacent to Blossom Music Center. The six productions, in addition to the season opener are as follows: “ARTURO UI”, July 7-9 and 14-16 at Wright-Curtis. “Imaginary Invalid,” July 17-19 at Porthouse theater. Don Giovanni, July 24-26, at Porthouse. “BRIGADOON” July 31, Aug. I- 7-9, 14-16. “The Fantasticks,” Aug. 4-6, II- at Wright-Curtis theater. “Tommy,” the rock opera by the Who, Aug. 18-23, 26-29 at WrightCurtis Theater.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
Tuesday, June 30, 1981 Summer Kent Stater Volume 11, No. 5 Qummer Ke 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, Harlan Spector, Adrienne Beechhold, Sheila Lacey. Staff photographers: Fred Hansen, Gary Harwood, Henri Adjodha, Janei Huston. Adviser: Evan Smith; Secretaries: Sharon Marquis; Mary Smith.
Student financial aid awards are slashed [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
Student financial aid awards are slashed By RICH JORDAN “No Basic Grant awards for, summer sessions until federal government approves payment tables late July or August... There are NO funds for the 1981 summer sessions under the following programs: National Direct Student Loan, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant and College Work-Study Program.” Those are the words on signs posted in the financial aids office this summer. It is a good indication that the cuts the Reagan Administration have proposed are having an impact on students at Kent State University. Director of Financial Aids William Johnson said financial aid for the summer has been reduced to have “more (aid) available next year.” There are more people applying for less money. ABOUT 1,200 students who would ordinarily qualify for the NDSL, for instance, will not be getting it this year due to a $1 million dollar cut from $2.3 million to $1.3 million iiTfederal funds for the program, Johnson,, said. The University ha...
Enrollment for summer unchanged [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
Enrollment for summer unchanged As it now stands the enrollment for summer school is about the same as last year, “not up or down,” Stanley H. Christensen, director of summer sessions said. Breaking down rough statistics, registration by mail is up 16 percent over last year, walk-in registration is up by approximately 300 students and late registration is down from last year. It seems more people are taking advantage of pre-registration. Another interesting point is that enrollment for Summer 11, the eight-week session, is up over last year. “Some nice things are happening in evening classes,” Christensen said. There is no indication that this increase is just older or transient students. This seems to be the effect of a lot of regular college students who are apparently working during the day, Christensen said. “It’s anybody’s guess why they are doing this. Students are looking harder for daytime jobs so evening classes are advantageous,” Christensen said. The registrar’s office co...
All ’board! [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
All ’board! Pete the Penguin, a Seaworld representative, takes the helm of one of 16 Campus Bus Service buses used to take more than 600 members of Job’s Daughters to Aurora Saturday. The Job’s Daughters, a Masonic chapter for girls, was on campus last week. Stater photo by Mike Pesarchick
WKSU plans personnel, format change [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
WKSU plans personnel, format change By WENDY STELLER Changes in both personnel and format are underway at WKSUFM 89.7, but Sherry Yoke, the station’s director of public information, said Monday that although the changes in programming will be announced in the next month, final plans hinge on the hiring of a new music coordinator to replace Dennis Miller, who left in June. Questions were raised at last Saturday’s Student Senate meeting about whether or not the program Fresh Air or folk music programs would be dropped. Yoke said Monday that Fresh Air will be maintained, although current plans are for the show to begin at midnight rather than at 11 p.m. beginning August 1. Personnel changes for Fresh Air and for folk music programs have come about because some staff members have graduated or left the University, Yoke said. The folk music program Simple Gifts was cancelled because its creator, Paul Ciminero, left. There are no immediate plans to replace his show, but the station has not...
AGENDA-JUNE 30-July 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
AGENDA-JUNE 30-July 1 Campus Thursday ART SHOW , Paintings by Ed Glynn will be displayed in the Art Gallery, 2nd floor Student Center from 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. SILKSCREENING WORKSHOP Student Center Programming will sponsor a silkscreening workshop today and tomorrow from 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. in the Craft Art Studio, 224 Student Center. Bring your own T-shirt. STAINED GLASS WORKSHOP A beginning and advanced stained glass workshop will be held from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. in the Craft Art Studio, 224 Student Center. Wednesday JOINT STUDENT RECITAL Steven DeMarco, Stanley Workman, and Robin Chaly will give a recital in the Carl F.W. Ludwig Recital Hall, School of Music. They will perform works by Britten, Handel and Finzi. Community Tuesday MAIN STREET EXCHANGE The Main Street Exchange will appear at Mother’s Junction; cover charge $l. Wednesday ALEXANDER Alexander will appear at Filthy McNasty’s; cover charge $2. ISTARI Istari will appear at the Robin Hood; cover charge $l. COLLEGE OF...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
Major Brand Guitars on sale at USIC MART E OF KENT INC. 173 E. Main • 673-7158 You Mean Kinko’s Reproduces Faster Than Us? XEROX COPIES AVst KINKO’S 678-9047 Mon-Thur. 8:30-8 Fri. 8:30-6 Sat. 10-6 Sun. 1 -5 rDYER &amp; COX Attorneys at Law DWI-Defense Work Personal injury claims. No charge for initial consultation. 123 N. Water 673-7487 f SILVER ' ] 1 MEADOWS \ \ 2-3 Bedroom ( Apartments ( \ Summer leases \ \ available. | School year leases | j available to gradu- ( j ating seniors only. ( 5 EXTRAS: i Central Air i j Conditioning j i Swimming Pool \ i Fully Carpeted \ | Fully Equipt Kitchen • S Heat, Water and ; | Cooking Paid i On Campus Bus Line j 678-0761 I NO PFTS