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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
ABORTIONS TO 15 WEEKS •ALL ANESTHETICS AVAILABLE •SAFE AND GENTLE •FREE PREGNANCY TESTS •AKRON’S MOST EXPERIENCED CLINIC •LOWEST FEE - $175 •PERSONALIZED AND CONFIDENTIAL BIRTH CONTROL CLINIC AKRON WOMEN’S CLINIC 513 W. Market St. We Want to Help You 535-6178 or 1 -800-362-9150 GROUP RATES AND STUDENT DISCOUNT ONE DAY TRAINING FOR 1 st JUMP SKYDIVING CANTON SPORT PARACHUTING SCHOOL Call 5367 East Center Dr. N.E. or write for Canton, Ohio 44721 Brochure (216) 452-0560 LUNCHEONS FROM $2.49 • Broiled Seafood • Freshly Cut Steaks • Complete Salad Bar Visit our Black Knight Lounge Mon. &amp;Tues. Ladies Nile Reduced Prices 6-12 Thursday Schnapps Mite 6-12 Friday and Saturday LIVE MUSIC CANTERBURY INN HOURS: Monday - Saturday 11:30-1:00 a.m. Sunday 11:30 -10:00 1935 St. Rt. 59 (V 2 mile east of Campus) 673-5000 Kent State University Theatre presents: HELLO, DOLLY at: Porthouse Theatre (adjacent to Blossom Music Center) July 10,11 at 8 p.m. July 12 at 2 p.m. Tickets: $4.50, $3.50, ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
RED RADISH ArsAntiqua Medieval &amp; Renaissance Music 6:00 - 8:00p.m. Tuesday Carry Out Service Is Available 110 E. Day St. Open: Mon. - Sat. 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Kent 673-4056 Closed Sunday iy’s \&gt; v |pBBBBBBBBBBICLIP COUPONIBB BB B BBSS B S ■Quarter-Pound Single Hamburger,* a French Fries &amp;12 oz. Soft Drink b onW S $ *2* (Cheese &amp; Tomato extra) &amp; Ci HAMBURGERS Good thru 7/13/81 lICUP COUPONII Regular Chili, French Fries &amp; l2 oz. Soft Drink more meat than mamas chili JC *T Svgra tan Good thru 7/13/8! ICUP COUPONI &amp; Try Wendy’s AIl-You-Can-Eat Garden Fresh SALAD BAR Buffet Crisp and Light, Only Priced Just Right. SJB9 [A] V
ERA struggle in danger [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
ERA struggle in danger The women’s movement set out in the early 70s as an instrument for change in the consciousness of and about women and their role in society. But the rights that women have struggled to win in the last decade are now in grave danger. There are less than 365 days left to pass the Equal Rights Amendment, an issue that has wrought frustration, despair and bitterness in the face of change. The once clear cut issue of sexual equality has become distorted by a type of sexual politics that has everyone confused. There is a tension now between two separate ideologies: woman as an individual and woman serving her family. The intent of the equal rights movement was not to separate women from each other nor to alienate women and men, but it has in fact managed to do both. To many the passage of the ERA means that women would have to go into combat, that there would no longer be public lavatories segregated by gender, and that the survival of the nuclear family would be th...
Here and Now In defense of John McEnroe [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
Here and Now In defense of John McEnroe By MAXWELL GLEN AND CODY SHEARER WASHINGTON Sportswriters on both sides of the Atlantic have again castigated tennis star John McEnroe for abusing officials as well as his racquet at the Wimbledon tennis championships. “John McEnroe .. . made a fool of himself and insulted others ” read a front-page story in the staid Times of London on the second day of the tournament. “John McEnroe . . . was back yesterday in his more familiar role: The Villain of Tennis,” wrote the London Daily Mail. Even The New York Times’ soft-spoken Red Smith wrote that, at Wimbledon, “. . . a spoiled brat like John McEnroe can demonstrate just how ugly an ugly American can get.... (The) responsibility of making an ass of himself devolves on McEnroe. He is equal to the assignment.” Is John McEnroe as detestable as sportswriters would have him? Is he all that different from millions of other promising young athletes in America? Twenty-two-year-old John McEnroe is every b...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
Letters Letters to the editor concerning topics of campus interest are welcome. Letters should be brief, not exceeding 300 words, typed and double spaced. Name, year in school, major and phone number should be included. We reserve the right to edit material submitted for publication. Unsigned letters will not be considered for publication. However, names may be withheld if circumstances warrant. Letters should be sent to 100 Taylor.
Lots of variety for serious socializers Good spirits are put forth at Kent's bars [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
Lots of variety for serious socializers Good spirits are put forth at Kent's bars By CHERI KOVESDY Feature editor People laughing with a group of friends, relaxing after another hard day, searching for a familiar face. This is the scene at any one of the many bars in downtown Kent, a section of town that has become a separate entity in itself, a world away from the hard-driving business and academics common to many students and area residents. For many bar patrons, the downtown Kent area represents a diversion, a means of relaxation and socialization, or just a break from the normal routine. “I JUST WANT to get a drink and socialize,” Tom Vulich, a frequent patron of the Robin Hood Inn, said. Vulich said he prefers the Robin Hood because of the “pretty good crowd,” which he said is “not too preppie, only semi-preppie.” - Mike Tressler, a bartender at the Robin Hood, or Hood, as it’s commonly called, said he feels the bar attracts “those out to have a good time.” Another feature of t...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
Free Pizza! At Domino’s Pizza we feel that 30 minutes is as long as you should have to wait for your pizza. So, until the end of July if it takes longer than 30 minutes to get your pizza and it’s our fault, present the driver with the coupon below and get your pizza absolutely FREE! Offer Expires 7/31/81 FREE! (good with coupons) Order any 12” Pizza and get up to 2 free cups of Pepsi! If you order a 16” Pizza, you can get up to 4 free cups of Pepsi! Pepsi I Peps!! Pepsi Peps Peps 30 minute delivery guarantee Offer Expires 7/31/81 If your pizza does not arrive within 30 minutes of the time you place your order, present this coupon to the driver for a free pizza! Fast, Free Delivery 1413 S. Water Street Phone: 673-6360
Barnes is named cage aide [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
Barnes is named cage aide Milton Barnes, a graduate assistant coach with the KSU basketball team during the 1980-81 season, has been hired as a full-time assistant, KSU Athletic Director Paul Amodio announced Monday. Barnes, 23, replaces Gus Johnson, who was hired in June by the Cleveland Cavaliers as an assistant coach-color commentator. A native of Saginaw, Mich., Barnes was the only assistant to travel with the Flashes. He also coordinated the team’s study table. Before coming to KSU Barnes was a part-time assistant coach for one year at Albion College in Albion, Mich. Barnes, who graduated from Albion in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education, played for Albion’s basketball team from 1975-79. He averaged 15 points a game at guard and twice helped the Britons advance to Division 111 postseason play. Barnes, who is single, coached a team of Michigan high school allstars to the championship of the 198 Q All-American Cage Classic in Copley. KSU coach Ed Douma said Barne...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
Love is skin- deep Give Blood. 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 HABIT'S BIXE SHOP Corner of Rts. 59 &amp; 91 3359 Kent Rd. • Stow, Ohio 44224 Mon. ■ Fri. 10-8 688-0814 Saturday 10-6 Kent State Student# end fltake Plan/ now to Lire at College Tower# FALL SEMESTER o o BEST VALUE NEAR CAMPUS Most convenient apartment at KSU. Why fight driving hassles in snow or pay high gasoline bills. Fall out of the sack at 8:40 and make your 9:00 class. Friendly atmosphere in a campus environment Don't wait - get your friends together &amp; make plans now. GObbEGE towers 1800 Rhodes Kent,Ohio ASSOCIATED ESTATES CORE. 1 and 7 BEDROOMS * INDOOR SWIMMING POOL •SAUNA . RESTAURANT ON PREMISES . FOOD STORE ON PREMISES .LAUNDRY FACILITIES Call 678 0746 KENT Op«n Weekdays 9-. Saturday &amp; Sunday 10 AM-4 PM
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
Information Work from home processing mail or typing. Send self-addressed stamped envelope to Kipston, 141 G Saxe Road, Mogadore, OH 44260. MOTHER’S JUNCTION Wednesday The Fugitives (Wanted) MOTHER’S JUNCTION THE PLACE IS RAY’S GERTY’S been making old fashion chili longer than Wendy’s been a RAY’S Selling JEEPS, CARS. TRUCKS Available thru government, agencies in your area. Many sell for under $200.00. C?" 602-941-8014 Ext. 4739 for your directo on how to purchase. 1977 Chevy Monza 4-cyl. 4 speed tran Burnt Orange, black interior. AM/FM 8-trai stereo, 28 MPG. 425-9351. Sunday NY Times Delivered. Call 678-140 By Owner 4-bedroom, 3 bath home, attached lan 2-car garage, central air, basement, pati large kitchen, lots of closets, fireplace, Ic 70’s. For appt. call 673-8732. IN KENT ROOMS for rent - $9O to $llO a mo. includes utilities-kitchen-parking. 296-6274. Looking for Housing? Check the COSO files, summer hours, 1-5 p.m. Free advice on housing complaints. 4 bdr apt nicely decorated...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
ENERGY. Wecan't afford to waste it. RODNEY; The Complete Bookshop Books &amp; magazines for every age &amp; interest • GAMES • PAPERBACKS • HARDBACKS 10-5:30 Mon.-Sat. Rapid Special Orders 144 S. Water St., Kent 678-3755 CAPT'N BRADY RESTAURANT Deluxe Sandwiches Homemade Salads Big selection of Hahn's Pastries Corner of Campus at Lincoln &amp; Main OPEN: Monday - Friday 6:30 - 3:00 is Expires August 21, 1981 ® plasma alliance 372 E. EXCHANGE ST., AKRON, O. OPEN DAILY 7:30 &amp; 4 EVENINGS M,T,W,TH - PHONE 376-6873 FOR INFORMATION
Stater Tuesday morning Reviews Walsh's Neighborhood album is forgettable [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 July 1981
Stater Tuesday morning Reviews Walsh's Neighborhood album is forgettable By MICHELLE BLUM If there’s at least one thing Joe Walsh keeps getting at, it’s the packaging of his albums. His new release, There Goes The Neighborhood sports an admirable cover and sleeve but there isn’t much else to get excited about. The songs are about -as memorable as a bad cold in the middle of summer. Walsh has taken a stylistic plunge after the great success of But, Seriously Folks. Whatever this new album is, it can come nowhere close to what But, Seriously Folks ever was. THE SONG THfT stands above the others is definitely “Things,” which is the opening cut for the album. Walsh tends to write cliche lyrics, ones which tend to be truisms. “Things” is the one major truism that really works. The simplicity Walsh lends his lyrics are highlighted when he talks about the vagueness of things. “Like those things that are confusing and the things that seem so clear. And the things that seem so far away and y...