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Time for a change Football contracts caught in cycle switch [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Time for a change Football contracts caught in cycle switch By JIM HORVATH Sports Editor Head football coach Ron Blackledge has been signed to a sixmonth contract as part of a switch in the contract cycles of KSU coaches in general, according to Charles Ingler, vice president for university affairs. The switch will give the head football coach a January-to-January contract and the assistants March-to-March contracts. Currently, those coaches have been signed on a June-to-June basis. “WE’RE CURRENTLY moving through a cycle of switching the contracts of a number of coaches,” Ingler said. “Last year, we changed those of the head and assistant basketball coaches. The head coach (Ed Douma) is now hired on a March-to-March basis and his assistants on a July-to-July scheduled. “This is not an uncommon thing. We’ve studied other institutions to come up with the best possible cycle for each coach’s contract. But it’s necessary on a one-time basis to move into this cycle, which is the reason ...
A Sporting Viewpoint [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
A Sporting Viewpoint By JIM HORVATH Sports Editor I have a brief comment to make concerning those of you who said that Wayne Garland was washed up and would never pitch again: I told you he’d be back! Now that I’ve gotten that out of the way, let’s get down to the subject at hand. GARLAND, WHO signed a now-puny $2.3 million contract in 1977, has been struggling to regain the form he had with Baltimore during the 1976 season when he won 20 games. A torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder has made that task as easy as telling your boss that he has bad breath. But the 29 year-old Garland has beaten the odds and the clock as he now is showing encouraging signs of being the only pitcher in the majors to recover from surgery of this magnitude. At press time, he had compiled a 2-1 record and had his ERA down to 3.48, tops on the staff. He has walked a mere seven batters in 42 innings of work and has been the most consistant pitcher on a staff which is much improved, yet erratic at crucial ...
Sports briefs [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Sports briefs COLUMBUS Invitational tournaments for seven women’s sports have been OK’d by the MidAmerican Conference for the 1980-81 season, according to Commissioner Fred Jacoby. This is the first step in the eventual inclusion of women’s athletic programs into the MAC. All 10 member universities will be invited to invitational tournaments in volleyball, cross country, basketball, swimming, gymnastics, tennis and track and field. Don Sicko has resigned as an assistant basketball coach here to take a similar position at the University of Michigan. He will work under first-year Wolverine coach Bill Frieder. Sicko, who has spent most of his life and coaching career in Michigan, will share recruiting and scouting duties with UM assistant Mike Boyd, who also served as a KSU assistant under former Flash coach Rex Hughes. Sicko will assume his new position early next month. from siajfand w ire reports The KSU basketball team has been forced to cancel its home game with Wayne State, sched...
University receives grant for computer research [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
University receives grant for computer research The University has received nearly $200,000 in federal grants for the development of a highlysophisticated computer system for solving complex mathemetical problems. In addition to the grants from the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation, the University has provided $50,000 for the work to be conducted here. KSU was one of four universi- ties nationwide to receive such a grant. Other grants were awarded to Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of California at Berkley and the University of Illinois. The grants were obtained through the efforts of Richard S. Varga, professor of mathematics, and Paul S. Wang, associate professor of mathematics. Through their work, Varga and Wang are seeking to create a “next generation” computer system that would be more powerful than current systems in performing both numerical approximations and exact analytical computations. Varga is a specialist in the field o...
Prof named to board [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Prof named to board Dr. Henry Woudenberg, associate professor of economics here, was recently elected to the Graduate Management Admission Council Board of Trustees. The GMAC administers the Graduate Management Admission Test, and the board of trustees is responsible for this, and other GMAC professional activities. The GMAC is made up of 57 major graduate schools of management throughout the United States. Woudenberg has served as the graduate school of business’ representative to the GMAC, and has been on the research and development, finance, and accreditation liaison committees during the past five years. A member of the KSU faculty since 1967, Woudenberg was the director of the graduate school of business administration. Stater photo by John Neitzel Sara Overholt, 9, and her sister Abigail, 10, sell watermelons brought in from Florida. The girls are spending their summer vacation from Zion Christian Fellowship school selling the melons along Route 8 near Burton.
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
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Women shape Garp's world [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Women shape Garp's world By JOHN SPENCER "The World According to Garp ” by John Irving, c 1976, Pocket Books, $3.50. “The World According to Garp,” a world of love, lust, happiness, pain, fame, failure, rape, crippling and success, is a world successfully created by John Irving with “real” characters who are slightly irregular or out-sized, in a word, different. Garp is a writer and the son of Jenny Fields, famous for her feminist manifesto, “The Sexual Suspect.” As a woman of independence and spirit who wanted a child but not a husband, Fields sets the tone of the book. She dominates Garp. Garp’s early life and a major portion of the book with her entourage of wronged women, society’s misfits, including a transsexual football player and Ellen Jamesians, a group of women who cut out their tongues to protest the rape of an 11-year-old girl. Garp’s adult life is dominated by his anxiety, about his writing, his children, his wife and his concern for the injustices suffered by the world...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
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Talent abundant in Porthouse premiere [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Talent abundant in Porthouse premiere By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertainment Editor The musical comedy, “The Roar of the Grease Paint, The Smell of the Crowd,” a two-act play, opened at the Kent State Porthouse Theater last Friday night. The production, written by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse, is about the game of life and how some people get ahead, while others never do. The main characters of the play are Cocky, a know-nothing trying to get ahead in life, and Sir, a posh upper-class character, who constantly changes the rules everytime Cocky nears in getting ahead. Of the cast, the most impressive performances came from Tamara Sibley, Robert Pruitt, and Shelly Smith. Sibley, portrays the character of “The Negro’ who plays the game of life and succeeds. Her character appears towards the end of the play and unfortunately is on only for a few minutes. Sibley, who is also assistant stage manager, gave one of the big highlights of the production, when she sang the song ‘Feeling Good.’ ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Stater photo by Henri Adjodha Rock n’ roll oldies band The Regents was among one of the featured acts which entertained an estimated 3,000 fans in Memorial Gymnasium last Saturday night. The program was sponsored by the Portage County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 70, which includes the University police. Proceeds from the event will be used for promoting public relations between police officers and the community as well as maintaining operations at the lodge. Other performers at the concert included Jay Black and the Americans, The Crystals, Danny and the Juniors and Bobby Lewis.
Neil Simon's comedy 'Chapter Two ' 'expertly' done by Players [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
Neil Simon's comedy 'Chapter Two ' 'expertly' done by Players By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertainment Editor Joyce DeWitt and Tab Hunter turn in fine performances in the Kenley Player’s production of “Chapter Two” at the E. J. Thomas Hall in Akron. The comedy hit, written by Neil Simon, is the story of a recently widowed screenwriter, who is pushed into meeting Jennie Ma- lone, a recently divorced woman. After a series of phone calls, the two decide to meet and within two weeks, they are married. But, problems begin right after the honeymoon when George, who is afraid to be happy and have a good time, keeps insulting Jennie, hoping that she will become fed up with him and leave. NOT UNTIL after the play’s most dramatic scene between Jennie and George, does George realize how dumb he was and he decides that he is going to be happy with his second chapter in life with Jennie. DeWitt, from television’s “Three’s Company” fame, gives an exceptional performance as Jennie, the woman determined, n...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 26 June 1980
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 3 July 1980
Vol. I, No. 3 Thursday, July 3, 1980 Summer Ken t C S ta ter Kpnt Ohio 442 Kent, Ohio 44242 USPS 292-760 NANCY BOWMAN Editor NOLAN WEIDNER SHARON GOODWIN Assistant Editor Advertising Manager Stater Staff Photo Editor; John Neitzel; Sports Editor: Jim Horvath; Feature Editor: Debi Trares; Entertainment Editor: Chuck Poliafico; Assistant Photo Editor; Henri Adjodha. Staff Photographers: Jack Sattler, Gary Harwood. Staff Writers; Liza Bartz, Bill Bryan, Tamara Davis, Barb Evanosky, Brenda Hiles, Rick Laney, Doug Mazanec, Sue Pastor, Brodrick Pounds, Tim Roberts, John Spencer. Adviser: Evan Smith. Secretaries: Sharon Marquis, Mary Smith. The Summer Kent Stater will be published each Thursday during the summer of 1980. Offices are located at 100 Taylor Hall, Kent State University, Kent, OH. Printing is provided by RonTac Publications/ The Bulletin, Twinsburg, OH. Letters to the editor of the Summer Kent Stater are welcome and should be addressed to 100 Taylor Hall, Kent State University,...