The daily collegian. (University Park, Pa.) 1940-current, July 06, 1977, Image 5

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    London dance company opens 'Spectrum'
The London Contemporary Dance
Theatre will appear July 9 in the
Eisenhower Auditorium at 8 p.m. The
show will open "Spectrum," a series of
musical performances sponsored by
Nittany Mountain Summer.
Other shows scheduled include: "El
Capitan," a comic operetta by John
Philip Sousa performed by the Eastern
Opera Theatre of New York (July 12), a
concert by the Baltimore Symphony
Orchestra (July 18), a tap-dance show
by a group called the Hoofeis (July 20),
and two shows by Tammy Wynette and
the Tennessee Gentlemen (July 22).
Trivia quiz:
See how much you know about movie
A 1. Who played the black-clad hired
gunfighter in "Shane"?
2. What was John Wayne's name in
"True Grit"?
3. Randolph Scott and Joel McCrea
teamed up . " for what classic 1962
o ' 4. What seven actors played "The
Magnificent Seven"?
5. Who portrayed Wyatt Earp in "My
i Darling Clementine"?
6. James Cagney and Humphrey
Bogart were unlikely cowboys in what
1930 s film?
7. Who played the title role in 1950's
"The Gunfighter"?
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Wednesday -, Thursday, July 6 - 7
Wednesday, July 6
Phi Delta Kappa "Fast Back" Seminar. Dean A. Madison Brewer on "Too Many
Teachers: Fact or Fiction?" 10 a.m., Room 101 Kern.
Registration for second session of HUB craft classes, 12-5 and 7-10 p.m., through July
18, Room 312 HUB. Classes start July 18.
Graduate Program in Regional Planning-Slavic Center of the College of the Liberal
Arts Illustrated Lecture. Mr. Andrej Skarica of Yugoslavia, urban designer, on
"Modern Life in an Ancient City: Urban Planning in Split, Yugoslavia," 2:30
p.m., Room 165 Willard.
Chess Club meeting, 7 p.m., HUB game room
Women United meeting, 7 p.m., Rooms 321 and 322.
Young Socialists meeting, 7:30 p.m., Room 67 Willard.
G.S.A. Commonsplace Theatre, The Point, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m., Room 112 Kern
Festival Theatre, The Royal Family, 8 p.m., Pavilion Theatre.
Thursday, July 7
Pass-fail deadline ( 8 week summer term).
College of Education PDK Summer Lecture. Rustum Roy on "Science in a Holistic
Society: Century Twenty One," 12:45 p.m., Room 112 Kern.
Microbiology-Cell Biology Seminar. Lon D. Hodge, Department of Human Genetics,
Yale University School of Medicine, on "The Nuclear Matrix: Possible Com
ponent for the Study of Structure-Function Relationships," 4 p.m., Room S 2
Shaver's Creek Nature Center, dusk walk, 6:30 p.m., Stone Valley.
Festival Theatre, The Royal Family, 8 p.m., Pavilion Theatre.
Festival Theatre, A Little Night Music, 8 p.m., Playhouse Theatre.
Readers Theatre, A Little Night Music, 8 p.m., RoOm 112 Kern. Free admission
Office of Student Activities free film, Jeremiah Johnson, 9 p.m., HUB lawn.
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Tonight is Blue Grass Night
at the Westerly Parkway
Hi Way Pizza
Featuring at 9:00 - Whetstone Run
Location: Westerly Pkwy. Shopping Center
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"A Little Night Music," the second
Festival Theatre production for this
year, opens at the Playhouse on July 7 at
8 p.m. A student preview will be held
tonight at 8 p.m. Admission is $l.OO.
The Graduate Commons will present
readings of the play at _ the Kern
How well do you know Western
7. Clint Eastwood, Inger Stevens; Pat
8. Burt Lancaster, Thelma Ritter,
Telly Savalas
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The Earl Scruggs Revue on July 16 has
sold out.
All Spectrum performances will be at
the Eisenhower Auditorium at 8 p.m.
Tammy Wynette's shows will take place
at 7:30 and 9:15 p.m. For information
call the Spectrum box office at 863-0255.
The following casts appeared in what
films (not necessarily Westerns)?
1. Marlon Brando, James Mason,
Edmund O'Brien
2. Zero Mostel, Gene Wilder, Dick
3. Robert Mitchum, George Peppard,
George Hamilton
4. Sean Connery, Ursula Andress,
Jack Lord
5. Cary Grant,
Ralph Bellamy
6. Ellen Burstyn, Linda Blair, Lee J
Rosalind Russell, ANSWERS:
First quiz:
July 6
Graduate Building on July 7- at 8 p.m.
The cast of the play,' along with
director Garland Wright, will hold an
informal meeting with the public on July
8 at 3 p.m. in the Playhouse.
arts notes
The Central Pennsylvania Festival of
the Arts is scheduled for July 13-17.
Programs include sidewalk arts and
crafts sales, dance, music, .theater,
films, contests and more.
9,' Gene Hackman,
Fernando Rey
10. Hufnphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall,
Dorothy Malone
11. Anthony Perkins, John Gavin,
Martin Balsam
12. 'Bette Davis,
Victor Buono
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The Learning Center offers programs to help you
improVe your study skills. Through the use of a
self-learning laboratofP - and a study advisor, - you
will be able to work at your own pace in practicing
those skills which help you do the following:
e_ complete your assignments faster and more
• develop your own study system
• listen to lectiires more productively
• take better notes
• improve your reading rate and comprehension
• study for and take exams more intelligently
• develop sound study habits
There is no cost to you for this service. For more in
formation, come in to see us 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.
"Group f. 64," an exhibit of work by
noted American photographers, will be
on display at Kern Building from July 10-
17. It features photos by Imogen Cun
ningham, Edward Weston, Ansel Adams
and Willard Van Dyke, who have not
exhibited together since 1932.
The HUB Craft Centre is now ac
cepting registrations for adults' and
children's classes in macrame, pottery,
basketry and other crafts. Those in
terested are asked to call 865-0611 or stop
at 312 HUB.
Roy Scheider,
Second quiz:
Joan Crawford,
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Learning Support Center
211-B Boucke Building
(second floor rear)
Telephone: 863-0271
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'Live' Moody Blues
emotionless onstage
Collegian Staff Writer
"Caught Live Plus Five" by the
Moody Blues (London) The release of
this live 1969 performance has to be
taken as a cheap commercial shot since
the Moodies were never any good in
concert anyway. (Not when I saw them
in Pittsburgh in 1973, and if this is the
best performance London can find in its
archives . . .) For the most part they
play and sing well, though the back
ground vocals in "Ride My See-Saw"
and "Nights in White Satin" are horribly
out of key.
Emotion is missing, though. The band
simply stands on stage, goes through the
paces, and is done with it. Side four
includes five "previously unreleased"
studio recordings, which means they
weren't good enough, or interesting
enough, to appear on the albums
released in 1968-69.
"Little Queen" by Heart (Portrait)
"Barracuda" is as good a follow-up to
"Crazy on You" and "Magic Man" as
anyone could want, but the rest of
Heart's second album is a bit thin. The
band can't seem to decide whether to be
a soft or hard rock band, but it could be
both. What it needs is more rock. The
first, "Dreamboat Annie," showed a lot
of promise. Certain cuts on "Little
Queen". show a lot of promise, too.
Klaatu" (Capitol) You must have
wondered, given the rumors that Klaatu
was the Beatles behind a mask. The four
Canadians' brand of British-style rock is
as overproduced and pretentious as
Queen at its worst. That's pretty
pretentious. Occasionally Klaatu man
ages to be catchy ("Sub-Rosa Sub
way") but not catchy enough to give
rise to those rumors.
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The Daily Collegian Wednesday, July 6, 1977-5
The LP includes the dumbest lyrics of
the year ("I am someone you'll never
know, I am a little neutrino"). Michael
Rennie is spinning in his grave.
"Peter Gabriel" (Atco) He took
progressive rock (or art rock, or space
rock, or whatever) about as far as it
could go when he was with Genesis, but I
like what he's doing now much better.
The idyllic "Solsbury Hill" is as ef
fective as Peter Townshend's softer
music, and Gabriel's hard rock ("Down
the Dolce Vita," "Modern Love") makes
leaving Genesis seem like a great idea.
Besides, anyone who can rhyme "Mona
Lisa" with "freezer" and get away with
it deserves some kind of award.
record review
"Now" by the Tubes (A & M)
"Smoking" is perhaps the best parody of
David Bowie since "Diamond Dogs"
(yes, I know), but the rest, despite great
titles likc "Cathy's Clone," are un
distinguished pop-rock tunes. The
Tubes, judging by what I've heard about
their stage act and seen from their
album covers, want you to think they're
crazy. But they're as sane as you are,
and when was the last time you cut a
funny record?
"The• Beatles" (Capitol) This two
record set of rock, ballads, vaudeville,
protest music, and a great jab at Led
Zeppelin called "Helter Skelter" is from
a band showing a lot of promise. Trouble
is, the cover is all white. Are they trying
to hide something? You know what I
think? I think they're Klaatu. No really,
look at the clues . . .
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