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Children's art to be shown [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Children's art to be shown By MICHELLE BLUM Art through the eyes of children will be on display July 8 through July 17 at the Student Center Art Gallery. Kathy Dalheim, a teacher in the child development center of University School’s Early Childhood Education department said the art works have been created by children between the ages of two and a half and five. “The kids are in an experimentation stage. They’ve done pudding finger painting, cereal pictures, mosaics, fabric art,” Dalheim said. Dalheim said the children have visited the Art Gallery. Approximately 50 pieces will be exhibited in the show, representing each child in the program.
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
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the kent entertainments guide Hard work and planning key to Savannah success [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
the kent entertainments guide Hard work and planning key to Savannah success By MICHELLE BLUM Savannah is not just a fly-by-night band. In fact, bassist Mickey Paoletta said the guys in his band are serious about their work. “We’re recording, we’re writing material every day and we’re out playing shows six or seven nights a week,” he said. The band is midway through recording their first album, which is currently scheduled for release sometime in the fall. They have yet to sign with a recording label, but Paoletta said he believes the situation will soon change. “WE HAVE discussions going with several labels right now but we’re not sure yet. Atlantic Records is showing an interest because of Love Affair but nothing’s been set for sure,” Paoletta said. Paoletta said he feels it is a very strong album, with a strong emphasis on vocals. “It won’t be your typical AC/DC. It’ll be more like a Styx ballad or REO Speedwagon.” SAVANNAH, named for a street sign in Georgia, has been together f...
Spyro Gyra concert exciting [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Spyro Gyra concert exciting By CHUCK POLIAFICO Although their performance was relatively short, just a little over an hour, Spyro Gyra gave an exciting hand-clappin’, finger-snappin’ and foot-tappin’ performance at Blossom Music Center Saturday night. As the band pumped out song after song, the enthusiasm of the audience became greater and greater. Many began dancing at or on their seats while others found more room to boogie in the aisles. The six members began their fast-paced show with two songs, “Fox Trot” and “Sweet Savvy” from their Carnival album. They next played two tunes from their latest album, Freetime which will be released in August. IN ALL FOUR tunes, Tom Schuman showed his talents on the keyboards and on an instrument that looked like a cross between a guitar and a piano. Schuman, who also wrote many of the band’s tunes was only the first to “show off’ his outstanding musical talents in a solo number. Next was “Loving You,” a song written by guitarist Chet Catallo. T...
Blossom sets fireworks for tonight [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Blossom sets fireworks for tonight The first of two orchestral fireworks spectaculars will be held tonite at Blossom Music Center at 8:30 p.m. Pieces for tonight’s performance and the second show, which is scheduled for Sunday at 7:30 p.m., will include Tchaikovsky’s “1812 Overture,” Gershwin’s “Rhapsody In Blue,” The overture to “West Side Story,” selections from “My Fair Lady” and the suite from “Carmen.” TICKET PRICES are $ll, $9, $7.50 and $6.50, and can be purchased at the Blossom Music Center box office or through all Ticketron outlets.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
Tuesday, July 7, 1981 Summer Kent Stater Volume 11, No. 7 Qummer Kent 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, Janet Huston. Adviser: Evan Smith; Secretaries: Sharon Marquis; Mary Smith.
Kent Fest: Good people sharing a good time [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
Kent Fest: Good people sharing a good time By MIKE PESARCHICK Downtown Kent snapped out of its summertime slumber Saturday as up to 10,000 people enjoyed a spirit of friendship at the Sixth Annual Kent Fest. The event, on a sultry Fourth of July, drew people of all ages from Kent and surrounding communities, ranging from grandmothers and grandfathers to 2-year-olds who rode the ponies on East Main Street. Those crowds of “good people looking for a good time,” as a Kent policeman put it, were entertained by big bands, bagpiping highlanders and Alex Bevan, as well as enticed at 50 arts and crafts and 46 informational booths set up by a variety of groups. If the music wasn’t enough, people could dunk or toss rotten eggs at hapless volunteers, play pinball or “Space Invaders,” check out a mouse race or antique cars, and shoot baskets or catch an exotic kung-fu demonstration. In addition, everything from live lobster and tacos to a roasted pig and barbecue chicken and ribs was available ...
Agencies waiting on evaluation results [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
Agencies waiting on evaluation results By BARB EVANOSKY Four student agencies on campus have been evaluated by the office of Student Affairs and are now waiting the results of those evaluations. Handicapped Student Services, DeWeese Health Center, Volunteer and Community Services and the Intramurals department were evaluated to determine how well they meet the goals and objectives set for them. Dr. Richard Bredemeier, associate dean for Student Life, and coordinator of the evaluations said. These four agencies were chosen for differing reasons, but mostly to get a variety in the selection, Bredemeier. said. The health center was chosen because it recently went to student based funding and needed a baseline evaluation; Handicapped Student Services was chosen because it receives a good share of its funds from the federal government; the Intramural Department was chosen because of its large size and because the effects of the gym annex on the department had to be evaluated; and Volunte...
AGENDA-July 7, 8 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
AGENDA-July 7, 8 Campus Tuesday CRAFT WORKSHOP A Stained Glass workshop will be held in the Craft Art Studio, 224 Student Center at 8 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. Cost is $3. BADMINTON SIGN-UPS Sign-ups for the intramural badminton tournament will be held in 191 Memorial Annex Tuesday and Wednesday. The tournament will be held on Thursday, July 9 from 3 ■*&gt; p.m. in the Annex. Cost is $ 1 to anyone without a validated KSU ID. Wednesday ONE ON ONE “One On One” hostess Sandy Halem will talk with William Verity, Jr., Chairman of Armco Inc., and spokesman for American industry on channels 45/49 at 11 p.m. Community Tuesday ARTURO UI Porthouse Theatre will present “Arturo Ui” from Tuesday through Thursday at 8 p.m. Ticket prices are $4.50, $3.50 and $2.50. There is a $2 discount for those with a KSU ID. Matinee performances begin at 2 p.m. For reservations and further information, call 929-4416. The Agenda will appear in every issue of the Summer Stater and is a combination of t...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
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Student's body found in Connecticut River [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
Student's body found in Connecticut River By GINA KOFFMAN The body of Kent State University senior, Paul A. Klein, 21, of 2535 Warwick Rd., Cleveland was discovered drowned in the Connecticut River in Hartford last Tuesday, but was not identified until Sunday by his brother. Klein was assaulted before drowning but no motive has been established. Officials speculate it may have been robbery but the case is still being investigated. Klein was serving a work-study internship with a theater group this summer at the University of Connecticut in Stoers, about 40 miles from Hartford. HE ATTENDED Washington University in St. Louis, then transferred to KSU last fall to major in theater management. Klein starred in the production of “Runaways” last fall at Wright-Curtis Theater and was an active member in Alpha Psi Omega, a drama honorary club. “Paul was a very good actor, singer and performer but his strongest point was managing and promotion,” said one of his instructors. Klein was buried S...
Vandals inspired play? [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
Vandals inspired play? By RICH JORDAN The upcoming production of “Arturo Ui” in Wright-Curtis theater may have been the inspiration for a number of vandalisms in the KSU area. Student complaints were received by the Summer Kent Stater office about swastikas painted on the large rock used by the Greeks on the front campus and on the former Burger Chef building at 623 E. Main St. across from the campus. The words “Arturo Ui!” were painted several times on the walls of the building along with the swastikas. The play, which is to run July 7 through 16, is a comedy about the rise of a “two-bit gangster in Chicago,” said Carolyn Cox, a Theater Department spokesman, but it is analogous to the rise and fall of Adolph Hitler, she added. Colleen Moyer, a secretary at Hillel, said that organization had received numerous calls from stu- dents complaining about the swastikas. She said she called Rabbi Gerald Turk, director of Hillel, who told her to send someone to paint over the rock. “It was r...