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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 9 July 1981
z „ e ,^ clzclcl ± BEAUTY SALON 811 Marvin Ave. • Kent, Ohio 44240 (Off Lake St., Just two blocks east of Crain Ave. BridgeLocated along Campus Bus Service route.) READY FOR A NEW HAIR-DO? Make that appointment NOW!!! Men’s &amp; Women’s Haircut &amp; Blowdry ONLY $6.00 Complete Perms &amp; Uniperms including cut &amp; _ styling ONLY $22.00 Open Monday thru Saturday Call now for a new look! Cuts &amp; Perms 678-8881 Evenings By Appointment
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 9 July 1981
F 'i Portage Distributing is with KEGS of MILLER, SCHMIDT'S, LITTLE KINGS CREAM ALE, &amp; MANY OTHER FAVORITES Take Care of Your KEG PARTY needs at PORTAGE DISTRIBUTING Ravenna, Ohio 297-7721 &amp; 297-7856 , . . You’ll find a very special restaurant tucked away on the 2nd floor in Kent. Fine food is presented to please . . . an intimate, friendly atmosphere prevails. Enjoy a glass of wine along with the music of yesterday . Featuring Quiche, Seafood and Steaks. ISN’T THAT WHAT DINING OUT IS ALL ABOUT? The Side Door Restaurant 128 N. Depeyster St. (Behind Kent Cinema) 678-5542 Open Mon-Sat Lunch 11-5 Dinner 5-9
O’Connor nomination is a boost for women [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 9 July 1981
O’Connor nomination is a boost for women For the first time in the history of the United States a woman may join the ranks of the Supreme Court, if the Senate approves the nomination. * Sandra Day O’Connor, 51, nominated by President Reagan to fill the vacancy created by Justice Potter Stewart’s retirement, could be the first woman to serve in the 191 years of the Supreme Court. The nomination of O’Connor, who is a judge in the Arizona Appeals Court, represents an important step forward for women and is a clear tribute to the growing political power of women in this country. She is deemed a “person for all seasons” by the president, and academically and intellectually qualified as a successor to retired Justice Stewart. She is an advocate of judicial restraint and a believer that the courts should not use their power of judicial decree to enact new law. Yet the nomination has been denounced by anti-abortion groups and ultra-conservatives because in the past she has supported the Equ...
Stater Letters Swastikas are reminder of past atrocities and hatred [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 9 July 1981
Stater Letters Swastikas are reminder of past atrocities and hatred Editor, Stater; The Holocaust can never be forgotten. The crimes against humanity committed by the Nazis will live on in infamy as a testimony to consciousless power-seekers. Seeing the Nazi swastikas on campus helps us to remember the atrocities perpetuated on the Jewish people. It also reminds us that the hatred still lives on and worst of all, it is here in the university community. Jerry Silverman Editor, Stater; It was particularly unnerving to see the Nazi emblem red and ugly insinuating itself on campus today. What kind of emotional deviants would do such a horrible thing? And what are they doing at Kent State? Sara Leibowitz Michael Scher Susan Krasner Joyce Lebednik Editor, Stater; This letter is in appreciation for the immediate concern and action taken by Dr. Michael Schwartz and Dr. John Binder after we notified them about the misfortunate defacing of the fraternity rock on campus with a swastika. We rea...
Viewpoints Supreme Court nomination a milestone [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 9 July 1981
Viewpoints Supreme Court nomination a milestone By BILL BRYAN What a difference two weeks make! Two weeks ago, following decisions by the Supreme Court that said women are not required to register for the draft and that divorced women are not entitled to their former husbands’ military pensions, a large group of feminists claimed the Women’s Movement had suffered severe harm. All that appears to have changed now, following President Reagan’s nomination of Sandra D. O’Connor as the first woman to sit on the Supreme Court bench. At age 51, if confirmed, she will also be the youngest justice currently serving on the high court as well. Reagan’s selection of Judge O’Connor had obvious political undertones (after all, during his campaign last fall, he promised to fill one of the first openings on the court with a woman), however, this is not necessarily wrong. In fact, it could lead to a much desired improvement in his approval rating, which recent polls .showed to be the lowest of any p...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 9 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.
Stater Features Blacksmith forges on to re-create history [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 9 July 1981
Stater Features Blacksmith forges on to re-create history By MIKE PESARCHICK He may not have been the village smithy, and he certainly wasn’t standing under a spreading chestnut tree at the Kent Fest Saturday, but Mike Joyce nevertheless filled the bill as a genuine blacksmith. Standing next to a small forge filled with glowing coals, Joyce filled the air around Franklin Avenue and Erie Street with clangs, bangs and taps on his anvil as crowds of people watched. A tall, well-proportioned man with long ash-blond hair and beard to match, Joyce, 26, was taking the onlookers back into the past, when metal household implements were hand-made. “I’M HERE MOSTLY so people can see what the blacksmiths of yesterday used to do,” Joyce, of Windsor, Ohio, said, explaining that he does his wrought iron work almost exactly as it was done more than 100 years ago. “That gives people an idea of how their ancestors used to live,” the soft-spoken blacksmith said. Those ancestors, Joyce said, didn’t hav...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 9 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! Pepsi! N» •XwX* Peps 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 S
A mighty fun festival [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 9 July 1981
A mighty fun festival A lot of people had a lot of good times last Saturday at the Sixth Annual Kent Fest, an event that drew thousands into Kent’s downtown in a spirit of friendship and celebration. Alex Bevan, singing his perennial favorite “Skinny Little Boy,” (upper left) under less than ideal weather conditions to a street full of excited fans (lower left), was one of several musical highlights during the afternoon. Hungry festival-goers, meanwhile, could always pick up a smile and some barbecued ribs and chicken from Harold Brown (second clockwise from upper left), who was cooking his specialties for the Kent Little Rough Rider Youth Football program. Besides the plentiful amount of food available, fest patrons could find some excitement on the sultry Fourth of July by watching the Lair of the Green Dragon kung-fu demonstration team (third photo clockwise from left), which put on a fastmoving exhibition featuring exotic oriental weapons. For Kent resident Duane Stevenson, the ...
Stater Sports Illinois St. aide fills coaching vacancies [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 9 July 1981
Stater Sports Illinois St. aide fills coaching vacancies Lori Lynn Fuglestad, an assistant field hockey and softball coach at Illinois State University the past two years, today was named head coach of those sports at KSU. Fuglestad, 25, replaces Judy Devine as field hockey coach and Laruel Wartluft as softball coach. Devine resigned her position as coach to concentrate on her. duties as Associate Athletic director. Wartluft, KSU’s women’s basketball coach, gave up softball when her basketball duties were made a fulltime position. Fuglestad, who will assume her position Aug. 15, assisted a successful softball program at Illinois State. The Lady Redbirds finished 15th in the nation in Division I this year, and included in their victories was a 5-0 win over KSU. Illinois State won the Illinois title and compiled a 69-21-1 record the past two years. A native of Naperville, 111., Fuglestad was a four-year letter winner in field hockey and softball at the University of Wyoming (1974-76) ...
Recruits rank among top 50 Division I schools [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 9 July 1981
Recruits rank among top 50 Division I schools The KSU basketball team finished near the bottom of the MidAmerican Conference last season, but the Flashes’ crop of recruits has already been ranked high in two preseason polls. Freshmen Anthony Grier, Marty Harman and Larry Robbins and junior college transfer Gerald Vaughn helped KSU gain a ranking among the top 50 Division I schools in the country in a survey by the Detroit Free Press. Georgetown University, which acquired the services of 7-foot Pat Ewing, led the top 20. Wichita State was second, UCLA third, North Carolina fourth and Louisville fifth. NCAA champion Indiana was and Ohio State 10th. The Flashes were not assigned a specific ranking, but were grouped in the honorable mention section with such schools as Notre Dame, Purdue, Oregon, Virginia and St. Johns. The only other MAC school ranked was Toledo. In a survey taken by Mick McCabe, a sportswriter for the Free Press, KSU ranked fourth among schools which recruited in Mich...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 9 July 1981
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 9 July 1981
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Johnny, Jukes bring down Blossom walls [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 9 July 1981
Johnny, Jukes bring down Blossom walls By TIM PARKAS Joshua would have been proud. This biblical character’s army may have knocked down the walls of Jericho with a blast of its trumpets but four of Southside Johnny’s Asbury Jukes brought down the house (in this case Blossom Music Center) Monday with their brass weapons—two trumpets, a trombone and a saxophone. This band’s horn section of Ed Manion (saxophone), Mike Spengler and Rick Gazda (trumpets) and Richard “Labamba” Rosenberg (trombone) made this two hour concert enjoyable from beginning to end. The horns featuring Rosenberg, who was in perpetual motion throughout the concert, were most intense on the third song, “Without Love,” and “Talk to Me,” a crowd favorite in which Johnny’s stage antics produced the most energetic response of the evening. In “Talk to Me,” Johnny himself, a highly spirited performer to say the least, sprinted around the stage like a madman, leaped on the piano, poured beer on his already heavily perspirat...