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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
Expires August 21, 1981 plasma alliance M 2 E. EXCHANGE ST., AKRON, O. OPEN DAiIY 7: i()&amp; 4 EVENINGS M.T.W.TH - PHONE (7MSB7 i FOR INFORMATION presents... t r * \ Saga f ROM CINERAMA RELEASING Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing Cinerama Releasing; Directed by Peter Duffell Color; Rated PG, From the author of PSYCHO comes four fascinating and suspenseful short stories set in an eerie country mansion. Nothing is left to the imagination —“This spook carnival from England is a witty, literate, campy, and most of all, paralyzingly scary film —a work of art in the horror movie genre” —Donald J. Mayerson, CUE. 4:30 &amp; 7:00 P.M. Thurs. 16th KIVA (adjacent to student center)
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
BERTOLT BRECHT the resistible rise of Arturo Vi July 14, 15 and 16 at 8 PM IWRIGHT-CURTIS THEATRE on KSU Main Campus ! 2°" off student KSU ID 1 1 00 off Faculty/Staff KSU Summer Theatre 1981 feeeseatfeaHval I SeheatTheatre Kent State Uehrerelfy Theatre 929-4416 672-2082 SSl®*. ■yy £■//.■/■ •■■■••■ ••.-.••■ ■.-■vv-x-v./.-./'-.-'- ■ ~...• •••••• f-*&amp; MBS'* ii •«« ; 33£Sg i fi : &gt;:• • •&lt;&gt;&lt; vSs2e*&lt; X ./ \ -«8K m ,|sx |S*l ■a&gt;' ' ;.-^/ ■■ V S. / :% •, ' •; Treat yourself to lots of great looks for Summer! You don’t have to buy a dozen outfits to have a dozen new looks for Summer. One great new Salon perm —a Feels So Lively Perm by Zotos will give your hair the versatility, the sensational curl, lustre and manageability it takes to achieve endless new fashion looks. That’s why Feels So Lively is the world’s leading perm. Call today for an appointment with one of our expert professional hairstylists, and give you...
Stater Sports Wooster's Morgan is new baseball coach [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
Stater Sports Wooster's Morgan is new baseball coach By KEVIN HUHN Sports Editor When KSU Athletic Director Paul Amodio began his house cleaning of the Flashes’ coaching staff last spring, his goal was to make KSU teams more competitive. To that end, Amodio hired Boston College’s Ed Clebek, a coach known for his ability to reconstruct football programs, and Gregory Oberlin, an assistant swimming coach at the University of Alabama, to guide those respective programs at KSU. But perhaps Amo- „ dio’s most impressive coup came today when former Wooster College baseball coach Bob Morgan was officially named KSU’s baseball coach and assistant athletic director. Morgan, KSU’s 10th baseball coach, replaces Art Welch, whose contract was not renewed. Morgan, 34, currently leads all active college baseball coaches with an .816 winning percentage. Texas’ Cliff Gustafson is second with .810, During Morgan’s six-year stay at Wooster, his teams compiled a 213-48-1 record and was ranked among the n...
Major leagues, major dollars aren't necessarily synonymous [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
Major leagues, major dollars aren't necessarily synonymous Being a major-league baseball player is certainly a desirable job. The pay ranges from excellent to lucrative, and many times otherwise average players become heroes and celebrities. But baseball is still a job, one that takes years to obtain and constant work to retain. Most fans associate all baseball players with those few who are the most successful. A player like this makes it to the big leagues with relative ease. He is extraordinarily talented, signs for a large bonus (say $100,000), advances to the majors after one or two (or maybe no) outstanding minor-league seasons. He is immediately awarded a starting position and does well in his rookie season, contending for, or even winning, the Rookie of the Year award. His second year, he is already regarded as an established player and receives a big raise. With his base salary already elevated and a starting position assured, he is able to increase his salary after each su...
Oberlin is named swim coach [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
Oberlin is named swim coach Gregory Oberlin, assistant swimming coach for men and associate coach for women at the University of Alabama since 1978, Friday was appointed head swim coach for men and women at KSU. The 28-year-old Oberlin, a native of Massillon, will assume his position Aug. 15. He replaces Gary Mauks, whose contract was not renewed. At Alabama, Oberlin’s chief duties included the coordination of the Crimson Tide’s weight program, daily water workouts and spring and fall dry-land training. He also handled many administrative functions for the women and was meet director of the Southeastern Conference women’s championship. A 1971 graduate of Washington High in Massillon, Oberlin graduated from Miami University in 1975 with a bachelor’s degree in industrial education. Oberlin began coaching in 1971 at the Elms Country Club in Massillon. He was in charge of a similar program at the Berkshire Swim Club in Canton from 1973 to 1974, then joined the Aqua-Eagle Swim Club in Ca...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
MOTHER’S JUNCTION Tuesday— Clockwork (Jazz) MOTHER’S JUNCTION - MOTHER’S JUNCTION ■ Wednesday The Neverly Brothers (not The Everly Brothers, These guys are outrageous.) -MOTHER’S JUNCTIONFemale share 2 bedroom Dale Terrace Apt. $l3O for July, Aug $l5O, Va elec &amp; phone for Fall. 673-2762. Doctoral student seeks to rent half of Glenmorris Apt. Write 0. Rhinehart, EDAD, 4C' White Hall, KSU. 2 rooms in furnished 2 bedrm apt. Summ II w/option f/fall $B5 plus 1/6 util. Close campus. Call 678-3449. THE PLACE IS RAY’S GERTY’S been making old-1 longer than Wendy’s has bet RAY’S You can buy a cheeseburgei you can’t buy a beer at McD RAY’S Beautiful new house in country. 2 rooms available now or in the fall. 25 minutes from Kent, 562-0910. 4 Bedroom Apt. in Ravenna, 3 Fireplaces, just remodeled, big yard, garage, $395 plus . , utilities. 673-2410. BABY Female to share 2 bedroom apt. for fall, p.m., furnished close to campus, park, laundry. $l4O/mo. 678-8627. Altl Learn 1 bedroom ap...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
+ The American Red Cross. The Good Neighbor. Start your day right with Breakfast at the Brady! terrific breakfast menu! ‘Our Specialty The Brady RolV Open M-F at 7 am Sat 8 am Corner of campus at Lincoln &amp; Main 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! Pvspsi! Pepsi! Pepsi JVPepsi! Pepsi Peps rs Sy. A.v 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 B
Stater Tuesday Morning Reviews Grease slides into Carousel Dinner Theater [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
Stater Tuesday Morning Reviews Grease slides into Carousel Dinner Theater By MICHELLE BLUM Sock hops, crinolines and drivein movies brought back memories of the “good old days” in Carousel Dinner Theater’s production of “Grease” Friday. The play, one of the longest running productions on Broadway runs through August 9 at the Ravenna theater. “Grease” depicts in words and song the lifestyle of a group of high school students during the days of Elvis Presley, Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello and Pat Boone. The music in “Grease” which has been a motion picture as well as a play, is so good that if it had been around during the 19505, it would have been instant hits. Some of the more memorable songs are “Alone at a Drive-in Movie,” “Beauty School Drop-Out,” “Summer Nights” and “Hopelessly Devoted.” These songs and many others are performed with a great deal of compassion and energy by a cast which performs them expertly. A GROUP OF VERY energetic performers sing, dance and act their wa...
A's album is typical [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
A's album is typical When I first saw the cover for the A’s A Woman’s Got the Power, I said, “Descendants of the Cowsills?” On this cover was a picture of a model holding a glass of milk in her hand. The music inside, though, is typically mainstream. Some of the album’s better tracks are “Insomnia,” “A Woman’s Got the Power” (top 40 stuff) “Working Man” and a rocker called “I Pretend She’s You.” A Woman’s Got the Power is a well produced album that could gain the A’s some notoriety and airplay.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
Thursday, July 16, 1981 Summer Kent Stater Volume 11, No. 10 Qummer Kent Qtater 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 Pofiafico, Bill Lach, Donn Handy, Harlan Spector, Adrienne Beechhold, Sheila Lacey. Staff photographers: Fred Hansen, Gary Harwood, Henri Adjodha, Janet Huston, Bob Brindley. Adviser: Evan Smith; Secretaries: Sharon Marquis; Mary Smith.
Bar owners brew views on beer bill [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
Bar owners brew views on beer bill By MIKE PESARCHICK Raising the legal beer drinking age in Ohio from 18 to 19 and doing away with “low” 3.2 brew would hit the spot with most tavern owners in Kent. Other bar owners, however, could swallow that updating of the state’s liquor laws about as easily as a flat, warm six-pack on a hot day. At stake, some owners say, is thousands of dollars spent in downtown Kent for beer by 18-year-olds who would be left high and dry if the above changes are carried out. THE CHANGES in the state’s longstanding beer drinking habits are proposed in a Ohio House-approved bill that is currently before the Senate Agriculture, Commerce and Labor Committee. Besides moving the drinking age up one year, the bill eliminates the distinction between low and high beer in favor of just one category with a ceiling of 6 percent alcohol content. While leaving 21 as the legal age for buying liquor and wine, the bill clears the way for 19 and 20-year-olds to buy what is now...