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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
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 lues. 5:00’to 12:00 special prices. RON-DE-VOU’s draft night is Wednesday night see you there. DOUBLES night at the RON-DE-VOU every Thursday until midnight. RON-DE-VOU’s regular happy hours are 5 to 6:00 Mon. thru Thurs. Fri. 4 to 7:00 reduced prices. YMCA Child Care Center (Kent) is now enrolling children 2-10 yrs. for summer &amp; fall. For more info. 678-8683. You can buy a cheeseburger you can’t buy a beer at McDc RAY’S Gerty’s been making old fashi than Wendy’s been a franchis RAY’S MOTHER’S JUNCTI Tuesday MAIN STREET EXCHANC Wednesday THE HI FI’S (In Stereo) MOTH El French style solid silver Gemeinhart Flute for sale. $2OO. Call Peggy or Jeff at 686-1021. ’75 Pinto 4sp hb, runs well, b...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
GROUP RATES AND STUDENT DISCOUNT ONE DAY TRAINING FOR 1 st JUMP SKYDIVING CANTON SPORT PARACHUTING SCHOOL CERTIFIED BY NIASE ... LET US SHOW YOU THEIR MASTER TECHNICIANS TRAINED IN ALL AREAS OF AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 678-7001 (CALL FOR APPOINTMENT) 1206 S. WATER ST., KENT NEXT TO MCDONALD'S FOREIGN &amp; DOMESTIC SPECIALIST Call or write for Brochure 5367 East Center Dr. N.E. Canton, Ohio 44721 (216)452-0560 mum Automotive Services WE EMPLOY MECHANICS CREDENTIALS. f Round Sizes 10”, 12”, 14”, 16” tt Chicken Subs Spaghetti Beer, Wine, Pop Beer &amp; Wine to go Dine IN • Carry Out • Fast, Free Delivery Sam’s Original Sicilian Pizza Our Specialty” PIZZA PARLOR 230 S. Willow St. Sun. - Thur. 4PM -1 AM Fri. - Sat. 4 PM - 3 AM 678-3300 COLLEGE SUMMIT 7* I—CAMPUS VISIT OUR GAME ROOM •Video Games •Pinball® Pool Table Singing Sam’s 2 FREE qts. of Pepsi with any order over $5.00. $l.BO Value. Coupon expires 8/31/81 One coupon per order Singing Sam’s $l.OO off any order over $5.00....
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
BIRTH DCfCCTS ARC FORCVCR. unless VOU H€LR mARCH Of Dimes Oockfp j SPECIAL RATES 0N... Jonrkjt* j •All Rental Cars and Passenger Vans •Unlimited Mileage KLABEN DODGE, INC. 1338 W. Main Street Kent, Ohio 44240 673-9971 Kent Motor Inn Restaurant ★ SPECIALS*' Daily Soup &amp; Sandwich Special!!! $1.95 Bring coupon for Free beverage. NEW HOURS: Mon-Thurs 6 am-11 pm; Fri-Sat 6 am-2:30 am; Sun 6 am-9 pm 303 E. Main • • 673-3411 • RED RADISH natural and vegetarian cuisine if -*• Lincoln Campus bus stops one block from Radish , Sumrnit-Depeyster or Summit - Water. 110 E. Day St. Open Mon - Sat 11 am -9 pm 673-4056 Closed Sunday
Beach Boys grow with new music trends [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
Beach Boys grow with new music trends By MICHELLE BLUM Entertainment Editor If only for a few hours, the generation gap closed Friday night as both young aiid old alike caught a piece of the older days of rock with the Beach Boys at Blossom Music Center. There were senior citizens who had been inundated with the surfing songs by their growing teenagers; there were young children who had only heard the tunes from dusty albums found in attics. There were also many at the in-between age filling Blossom to capacity for the first time this season. It was the same band that many had listened to and followed in years gone by. They had watched as Brian, Carl, Dennis, Mike and A1 grew up. They had watched the arrival and departure of such wellknown performers as Darryl Dragon of “The Captain and Tenille,” and Glen Campbell. ALTHOUGH THE tunes they sang were the same, the Beach Boys were at the same time quite different. They were more mature than ever before and this was reflected in the sou...
Superman sequel better than original [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
Superman sequel better than original By MICHELLE BLUM Entertainment Editor When Hollywood produces a sequel to a popular movie, it is done just to make even more money off the original flick. Rarely if ever is it even half as good as the original. The storylines are usually boringly blah. “Superman II” has actually managed to surpass “Superman The Movie.” The placing of the plot is quicker and much better. It is filled with suspense found in few movies. The high-action content does not remove the need for good acting and Christopher Reeve stands up to the challenge. He has carved out two completely different characters, causing little if any overlap between the two. GENE HACKMAN gives a great performance as the evil archvillain, Lex Luthor. He plays a seedy but comical character. Terrence Stamp is cast as one of the three intergalactic outlaws who are out to get Superman. Stamp portrays the total villain who is bored with mastering the common man. He is dying for a grudge match agai...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
STAHL'S BAKERY 411 EAST MAIN STREET KENT, OHIO 44240 Campus Center 673-5617 Also % Carry Out Lunches p i -* .«* » • .»&gt; y ■» »» »» * -J 1 .y * 9 !» U Monday - Kamakazi Night Tuesday- Ladies Quarter Night Wednesday - Draft Night Thursday - Doubles Night Sunday - Student Quarter Night 9:00 - 2:30 HAPPY HOURS: Monday - Thursday 5:00 Friday and Saturday 4:00 - 7:00 6:00 The Kent Student Center offers... Craft Workshops 3 —l OU i— c=. Weekly on Tuesday &amp; Wednesday 11:30 am ■ 2:00 pm Only $3.00 [June 30 &amp; July 1: Silk Screening (Bring a T-shirt)j July 7 &amp; 8: Stained Glass July 14 &amp; 15: Macrame July 21 &amp; 22: Tole Painting July 28 &amp; 29: Fabric Boxes August 4 &amp; 5: Glass Etching August 11 &amp; 12: Stained Glass Evening Stained Glass Workshops begin June 30 So come join the fun in the .. . Craft Art Studio room 224 Student Center 672-2554
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 30 June 1981
£2* &lt;a &lt;7 V Lunch &amp; Dinner 11 A.M.-BP.M. Mon. - Sat. Thursday “SUCH-N-SUCH” (Jazz) Friday “HOLLYWOOD SLIM BAND” Saturday, July 4 ALEX BEVAN and FRIENDS 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 Minns 10% OFF all parts, accessories &amp; repair for KSU students, faculty &amp; staff Featuring Nishiki’s fine line of 10 Speed Bikes Fast service on all repairs Bin SHOP Corner of Rts. 59 &amp; 91 3359 Kent Rd. • Stow, Ohio 44224 Mon. - Fri. 10-8 688-0814 Saturday 10-6 HELLO ft LILLE 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 10a.m. to Bp.m. in Wright-Curtis Theatre Lobby...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Thursday, July 2, 1981 Summer Kent Stater Volume 11, No. 6 BARBEVANOSKY &gt;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, Janet Huston. Adviser; Evan Smith; Secretaries; Sharon Marquis; Mary Smith. Sports
'Countdown Rally' in Cleveland Time drawing short, ERA supporters say [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
'Countdown Rally' in Cleveland Time drawing short, ERA supporters say By MIKE PESARCHICK CLEVELAND —Time is rapidly running out for approval of the Equal Rights Amendment, the Cleveland chapter of the National Organization for Women warned at a “Countdown Rallv” Tuesday on Public Square. The late afternoon rally, which drew about 200 people, mostly women, was part of a $lO million NOW counteroffensive against ERA foes launched in 180 other cities nationwide. That amendment, first sent to the states for ratification in 1972, must be approved by 38 states on June 30, 1982 or the ERA will fail. Three more states are needed, excluding Ohio, which ratified the amendment in 1974. “WE INTEND TO fight like hell for the ERA,” NOW member and rally organizer Jane Greene told the crowd, which was generally somber throughout the event. “If we give up passively, our enemies will be upon us like sharks,” Greene said, urging women to regroup and strongly support the ERA during the next year. “Time ...
Ohio Regents 'taking a look' at Edinboro move [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Ohio Regents 'taking a look' at Edinboro move By RICH JORDAN The Ohio Board of Regents is taking another look at a recent ruling that Edinboro State College in Pennsylvania may offer courses in graduate work in Ashtabula and Conneaut. The action is chiefly the result of complaints by several northeastern Ohio colleges, including KSU, that have said the Edinboro offerings “duplicate” courses in Ohio schools. “It’s a great case-study of managing education on a state-wide basis,” said Dr. Gordon Keller, KSU vice-president of regional campuses, referring to the out-of-state college competition. THE ISSUE revolves around the ability of the regents to coordinate educational programs in Ohio according to Keller. The ruling that was the basis for their decision “does not permit them (regents) to look at program need and duplication, as crazy as that might sound,” he said. A by-product of the controversy, however, will be that the Regents will look at the rule and see if there is away to mak...
ACRB is allotted $1,200 for summer films [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
ACRB is allotted $1,200 for summer films By RICH JORDAN A grand total of four people showed up for a scheduled Student Senate meeting Saturday, member Gayle Meyer said. Nevertheless, those of the nine-member Senate who did attend did manage to get some business accomplished. Under one of the Senate’s rules, Executive Director Bret Cimorell is able to sign $5O checks for student funding wihtout an official meeting. So that is what Cimorell did. The All-Campus Programming Board was given the equivalent of $1,200 in $5O checks to sponsor “Summer Flicks.” The movies are scheduled to begin July 9, allowing two weeks for ordering them, Meyer said. A GROUP OF Chinese students was awarded $2OO from Senate to show a series of Chinese movies that are cultural and educational in nature, Meyer said. Commuter and Off-Campus Student Organization (COSO) was given $lOO to administer a survey among off-campus student tenants to “get an idea of what the people (in COSO’s constituency) need,” Meyer sa...
AGENDA – July 2-July 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
AGENDA – July 2-July 6 The Agenda will appear in every issue of the Summer Stater and is a combination of the Good Morning and Just Around the Corner section which appear in the regular daily paper. The Stater will accept information about events on campus and in the community for publication in the Agenda. Forms can be picked up in the Stater office, 100 Taylor Hall, and are due Friday at noon for Tuesday papers and Tuesday at noon for Thursday papers. Campus Thursday BENJI Kent Student Center Programming will sponsor the children’s film “Benji” today at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. in the Kiva. Admission is $.75. PUPPET MAKING The Kids Crafts Puppet making event will be held from 11:30 a.m. -2 p.m. today in 224 Student Center. Admission is $.75. PAINTINGS Paintings by Ed Glynn will be displayed in the Art Gallery, 2nd floor Student Center today from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Community Thursday SUCH AND SUCH Such and Such will be appearing at the Stone Jug. Cover charge $ 1. AKRON CIVIC THEATER “The ...
Insult-a-grams revenge outlet [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Insult-a-grams revenge outlet Something new has joined the ranks of singing telegrams, candy grams and strip-a-grams—lnsult-A-Grams. A New Jersey publishing company creation, Insult-A-Grams provide an outlet for angry, embittered, frustrated, enraged or fun-loving people who are yearning for that chance to take a stab at an ex-wife, boss, competitor, friend or rival. The sender can either write his own insult, or choose from a myriad of descriptions (such as “tightwad,” “chiseler” or “dumbbell”) and TSB Publications will write it. The cost is $3.00. Order forms can be obtained by writing Insult-A-Gram, P.O. Box 260, Englishtown, NJ, 07726.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
ACROSS 1 Asian nurse 5 Salts; Pharm. 9 Swedish lake 14 Tra 15 Essayist 16 Stop on — 17 Cafe item 18 Scots family group 19 Wandered 20 Demeanor 21 Highway menaces: 2 words 23 Wed again 25 Singles 26 Young boy 27 Calculate 29 Wedding words 32 Hunting lure 35 Roman statesman 36 Principal 37 Hawaiian island 38 Cane product 39 American cat 40 June VIP 41 — school 42 Assayer’s device 43 Building wing 44 — off: Mad 45 In favor of 46 Naples coin 48 Calmer 52 E. Can. city 56 Cutting tool 57 Argument 58 Radio part 59 Service 60 “ We Trust” 61 Small: Suff. 62 Chem. suff. 63 Rains hard 64 Looked at 65 Lubricates DOWN 1 Chancel part 2 A Curie 3 Sharp fear 4 Animal food 5 Can. heroine Laura — 6 Bronze, e.g. 7 Fibber 8 Grit 9 Military man 10 Peaceful as 11 Revels: 3 words 12 Of the USA 13 Radicals TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answers on page 6 21 Supplicate 22 Dynamo part 24 Noisily 27 Seethed 28 Nipa palm 30 Femme 31 A Roberts 32 Former Venice title 33 Nobleman 34 Dare 35 Heal 36 Gush forth 38 Weapon...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
—1 DYER &amp; COX Attorneys at Law DWI-Defense Work | Personal injury t claims. I No charge for initial I consultation. 123 N. Water 673-7487 SILVER MEADOWS 2-3 Bedroom Apartments Summer leases available. School year leases available to graduating seniors only. EXTRAS: Central Air Conditioning Swimming Pool Fully Carpeted Fully Equipt Kitchen Heat, Water and Cooking Paid On Campus Bus Line 678-0761 NO PETS *
New director sets goal [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
New director sets goal To improve the image of Kent State University through it’s athletic department is the goal of Robert S. Patton, executive director of the Blue and Gold Club, the booster organization for KSU athletics. Patton, who resigned his position as manager of community relations for the University Monday will continue full time as director of the Blue and Gold Club, a position he has held part time for two years. His primary responsibility as director is to coordinate fund raising. “The status of the University could be enhanced with a successful inter collegiate athletic program,” said Patton. Patton served as commanding officer of the U.S. Army R.O.T.C. unit here before he retired from active duty after 27 years. He joined the KSU staff 3 years ago and served on the board of directors of the Blue and Gold Club since 1975.