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S--The Daily Collegian Wednesday, May 7, 1980
Returned Dead again
rock Rec Hall to life
By DAN McKAY
Daily Collegian Staff Writer
Are they icons of rock, or do the
Grateful Dead really come out to play
still? This seemed to be the question
of the hour last night as the band
came to perform their second annual
concert at Rec Hall.
By way of explanation, let it be
known that Jerry Garcia's striking
gray hair in no way impedes his
playing. He can still "cut it" with the
best of them. It would appear that
while the group's material may have
become somewhat predictable by
now, the energy they put into it
always keeps the music they play
The band sounded better this year
than last, playing a good blend of
older and newer material. With
mixed reviews being given to "The
Dead Go To Heaven," the band's
current album release, curiousity
was high on how they would present
themselves in concert this time
around. No need to worry they
performed quite well.
The heaviest jam of the night might
have been "Around and Around,"
leading right into "Johnny B.
Goode." This second-half peak nearly
tore the place apart.
"Mama Tried," from the first half,
was followed by the Jerry Garcia
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Wednesday, May 7
Music in Interesting Times lecture, 3 p.m., Music Bldg. Recital Hall. Ezra
Laderman, composer and music program director, National Endowment for
the Arts, on "Funding the Arts."
Carroll C. Arnold Memorial Lecture, 3:30 p.m., Room 112 Kern. Dr. Paul
Pilkonis, Western Psychiatric Inst., Univ. of Pitt., Med. School, on "The
Rhetoric of Mental Health."
5 O'Clock Theatre, Chris Hanrek, Harry Nolan, 5:15 p.m., Pavilion Theatre.
Shaver's Creek Nature .program, Evening Bird Walk, 5:15-7 p.m., Fairbrook
Swamp, Whitehall and Fairbrook Roads.
Comp. Lit. Film Series, The'lnnocent, 7 and 9 p.m., Room 112 Kern.
Hetzel Union Board Coffeehouse, 8 p.m., HUB Main Lounge.
Shakespeare filth, The Tempest (BBC), 8 p.m., Room 304 Boucke.
UR'I'C, The Taming of the Shrew, 8 p.m., The Playhouse.
Composers' Concert, 8:30 p.m., MOsic Bldg. Recital Hall.
Found. for Performing Arts, 7 p.m., Room 227 HUB.
Poultry Science Club, 7 p.m., Room 111 Animal Indus.
Accounting Club/Beta Alpha Psi, 7:30 p.m., Room 209 Henderson. Interns
speak of experiences.
Chess Club, 7:30 p.m., HUB Game Room.
Dairy Science Club, 7:30 p.m., Room 201 Borland.
E.. MS Student Council, 7:30 p.m., Room 26 Mineral Sciences.
Froth, 7:30 p.m., Room 221 Boucke.
NAMA Club, 7:30 Room 301 Ad. Admin. Bldg.
PSOC Bike Div., 7:30 p.m., Room 109 Boucke.
Students for Anderson, 7:30 p.m., Room 251 Willard.
Equestrian Team, 8 p.m., Room 317 Boucke.
Monty Python Society, 8 p.m., Room 365 Willard.
Sports Car Club, B p.m., Room 318 HUB.
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tune "Deal" fromone of his solo
Speaking backstage afterward,
singer/guitarist Bob Weir explained
that the group likes to play things
differently each time a piece is
performed." Most of it's never done
the same way twice."
This was easy to spot onstage. A
brief whisper into Weir's ear from
Garcia brought smooth but unex
pected chord changes into something
Weir said that music performance
seems like a big circle to him,
rotating around from composition to
performance to recording to im
provitation. "And I enjoy it all," he
An extended version of "Steal Your
Face" sounded very nice. The band,
as always, sometimes took awhile to
decide which tune to play next, but it
certainly was tolerable.
"Same Circumstance," from the
new album, was a real rocker, but "I
Know You Rider" had at least as
much energy, but probably more
The second-half drum duet was
definitely polyrhythmic, and it gave
the other band members a well
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Plan to cut damages
presented to ARHS
By KAREN McMANIMAN
Daily Collegian Staff Writer
Vandalism could be reduced con
siderably by improving communication
between different groups within the
University, an assistant coordinator for
the Pollock-Nittany-Centre residence
hall area said at last night's Association
of Residence-Hall Students meeting.
Those groups include Resident
Assistants, Maintenance and Operations
and the Office of Housing, Max McGee
said. He said that his Damage Reduction
Model outlines assumptions about why
students vandalize and designs a
program to break the cycle.
"To many students the University is a
large bureaucratic monster," he said.
."If we can humanize it a little for the
students through the DRM, we should be
able to cut down on vandalism."
Another important concept in the
model is to incorporate floor pride and
floor identity through group projects,
"Hopdully this will provide an at
mosphere where students can respect
each other and their surroundings," he
ARHS President Fran Kenawell said
that ARHS will attempt to take a more
active role in the anti-vandalism
campaign through the ARHS Residence
Hall and Area Government Committee.
Maryann Deno, ARHS vice president,
said she had heard of many in
consistencies in the discipline policy for
students who had damaged University
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McGee said that was because the full
Damage Reduction Model was used only
in the Pollock-Nittany-Centre area;
"while other areas used just bits ; and
"The spirit of this model is
cooperation. If a student is willing to
make restitutions, he should not have to
fear prosecution," he said.
The council also discussed a proposal
by Stan Latta, assistant direct9r of,
Residential Life, that ARHS review the
present method for obtaining medical
releases into or out of the dorms.
"We would like ARHS's suggestions on
how to make this procedure fair and
consistent for all students," Latta said.
Associate Director of Residential 4,ife:
Pat Peterson said,"Thereis so much
competition now for dorm contracts that
we'd like to clean up this areaso students .
can't just walk into the dorms."
In other business, the council:
• Appropriated $lOO as a cash-down
deposit to borrow equipment from E . a l st
Halls for student use during the sum- .
• Said that Movin' On profits totaled
$426.76 and will be donated to the
Emergency Medical Technicians.
• Appropriated $l5O for a free movie
to be shown during Summer Term.
• Tabled, after lengthy debate, a
motion to allocate funds for a Colloquy
speaker during Fall Term Orientation.
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