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18—The Daily Collegian Friday, Oct: 9, 1981
"The Godfather" Francis Ford Coppola's
i"Godfather II," "Apocalypse Now")
•adaptation of Mario Puzo's book. A star
,filled cast portrays members of the
Corleone family, the rulers of organized
crime in New York City. Marlon, Brando, in
an Oscar-winning role, plays the family
:chief, Don Corleone. His sons include
-James Caan and Al Pacino. The family's
"advisor is Robert Duvall. Some thought that
.the picture glorified the mafia, but it does
:show the gangsters as violent, ruthless
-men. 7 and 10 tonight and tomorrow, 10
"Raging Bull" A look at the life of boxer
'Jake LaMotta with Robert DeNiro playing
the lead. Photographed in black and white
by director Martin Scorsese ("Mean
Streets," "New York, New York"), the film
paints a realistic, no-holds-barred picture of
LaMotta's rocky life including the time he
threw a major fight for money. The former
pugilist gave the film his blessing and even
helped promote it. 7:30 and 10 tonight,
tomorrow and Sunday, 108 Forum.
"Melvin and Howard" When Howard
Hughes died, scores of claims were made to•
his estate. One of the claimants was a
former gas station attendant named Melvin
Dummar who had allegedly picked up a
hitchhiking Hughes in Gabbs, Nevada and
driven him to Las Vegas years earlier. The
so-called "Mormon Will" bequeathed a
share of the eccentric billionaire's estate to
Dummar. The real Dummar is now a country
and western singer and recently appeared at
the Sahara Hotel in Reno. Paul LeMat is
Melvin and Jason Robards plays Howard.
7:30, 9:30 and 11:30 tonight and tomorrow,
7:30 and 9:30 Sunday, Waring Lounge.
"Stir Crazy" Richard Pryor and Gene
Wilder get wrongly accused of bank robbery
and are thrown into the slammer. The comic
chemistry between the two is excellent.
7:30, 9:45 and 12 tonight and tomorrow, 105
Fprum and 7 and 9:15 Sunday, Pollock Rec
"Frat House" The X-rated version of
"Animal House." This time, the racier
aspects of fraternity fun are shown in living
color. 7, 9 and 11 tonight and tomorrow, and
7 and 9 Sunday, 111 Forum.
"My Bodyguard" The relationship
between two high school kids, one
protecting the other from the neighborhood
bullies, is examined in this comedy. 7, 9 and
11 tonight and tomorrow, and 7 and 9
Sunday, 121 Sparks.
"Animal Liberation Festival" Eco• Action
and Trans• Species Unlimited continue their
weekend series of free movies about
animals. This week's films are: "The
Curiousity That Kills the, Cat," "Did You
Ever See Such a Thing In Your Life,?" and
"Mother Love." 9 p.m. Friday only, 162
"Sunlit" The late Steve McQueen plays
an unorthodox cop investigating a murder in
San Francisco. Cast also includes
Jacqueline Bisset, Robert Vaughn (TV's
man from U.N.C.L.E.) and Norman Fell.
Great chase scene through the hills of the
city by the bay. 7 and 9 tonight and
tomorrow, HUB Assembly Hall.
"Play It Again, Sam" Another Woody
Allen comedy starring Woody and Diane
Keaton. This time, Allen plays a film critic
who is deserted by his wife and receives
tips on how to pick up women from his idol,
Humphrey Bogart. 7, 8:30 and 10 tonight and
tomorrow, 101 Chambers. .
"Harold and Maude" Hal Ashby's ("Being
There") 1971 drama comedy about an elderly
lady (Ruth Gordon) falling in love with a
younger man (Bud Cort). Cat Stevens
Curt Warner and Todd Blackledge, shown below in
early season action, will take the field against the
Boston College Eagles in the annual Homecoming
game at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow in Beaver Stadium. For
evening entertainment, it's Marlon Brando (left) in
"The Godfather," showing on campus this weekend.
The Blue Band,
pictured to the
right in last year's
rade, will lead the
festivities both to•
night at the parade
and bonfire and
tomorrow at the
Newman (left) also
in "Madwoman of
West" tonight in
provided the music. 7 and 9 tonight and
tomorrow, 112 Chambers.
"Body Heat" Recently released film of
lust and murder. "This stylishy done tale
is a perfectly done genre piece." (Los
Angeles Times). Besides Richard Crenna,
the cast is made up of mostly unknowns.
"Conlin' At Vat" A Western with a twist
it's done in 3-D. Released months ago
throughout the country, this throwback to
the 'sos has finally arrived in State College
"Rich And Famous" New release starring
Candice Bergen and Jacqueline Bisset.
"Paternity" Burt Reynolds is an older
bachelor who wishes to father a child. He
screens potential women for the Job of
carrying the baby. Lauren Hutton and
Norman Fell also appear In this comedy.
"Extra Close•Up" The new porn entry
downtown replacing the acclaimed "Black
Garter." Screening Room.
"Mommie Dearest" Joan Crawford at her
worst an egocentric, child•abusing
misanthropist. Based on the book of the
same name by Joan's daughter Christina
and starring Faye Dunaway. You won't leave
the theater smiling. State.
"American Werewolf in London"
American teenagers hiking through
northern England come in contacts with the
infamous, hairy creature in this gory horror
"Only When I Laugh" Marsha Mason stars
in this comedy by her husband, Neil Simon.
Simon re-wrote the movie from one of his
Broadway plays. The story deals with an
actress with an alcohol problem whose
daughter (Kristy McNichol) moves in with
"The Night the Lights Went Out in
Georgia" Kristy McNichols is the teenage
manager of her brother, a country singer
played by Dennis Quaid. Temple Drive•ln.
"Raiders of the Lost Ark" The
Spielberg/Lucas collaboration continues
it's long run in the area. ArchaeologiSt
Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) clashes with
Nazi's prior to World War II in a search for
the original copy of the Ten
Commandments, which contain enormous
powers. Karen Allen plays Jones' tough
"Arthur" Dudley Moore is Arthur, an
eccentic millionaire who refuses to grow up
His parents want him to marry a lady of
similar upbringing, but he falls In love with a
more earthy girl, shoplifter Liza Minnelli. Sir
John Gielgud gets a lot of laughs as Arthur's
sharp-tongued butler. Garden.
"Young Hanna" New release. Temple
Autoport Enjoy the tasty tunes of Jim
Langton on the grand piano this and every
Allen Room Chris Tracy relaxes you
tonight and tomorrow. Sunday, hear the
harmony of Duet.
Brewery Lovin' those country sounds of
Tahoka Freeway tonight and tomorrow.
Brickhouse Tavern The corn's a-ripening
this time of year with the one-man sounds of
J.B. tonight and tomorrow.
Coffee Grinder Mudpie and music this
weekend with Sherry McCamely tonight and
Tom Huckabee tomorrow.
Dante's Trattoria The classical guitar
sounds of Tom and Carla come with the
pasta from 10 to I.tonight and tomorrow.
Gatsby's Rollin' with the Rock Crusaders
tonight at the great Gatsby's.
Le Bistro Saturday nights are smooth with
the music of Arthur Goldstien.
Phyrst Rock, Roll, Red Rose ... tonight.
Tomorrow, none other than the Phyrst
The Pub (Holiday Inn) Drive dull care away
with. Rick Jones tonight and tomorrow.
Rathskeller Weekends were made for
Casey, Austin and Fenstermacher, tonight
Rego's Extra•lean Edenburgers with John
Cunningham tonight and tomorrow. The
Menagerie Men appear Sunday night.
Saloon Havard Scar bops and rocks
tonight and tomorrow. Tahoka Freeway
plays Sunday night.
Scorpion Rock you can dance and listen ,
to —that's Foxie, playing tonight and
Sly Fox (Sheraton) Fancy Free brings their
unique brand of pop music to the lounge
Westerly Parkway Hiway Pizza You'll
"have to make it" with Menagerie, tonight.
Coffeehouses and Concerts
Jawbone The Jawbone has a
Homecoming special this weekend with
Doug Anderson tonight and Ruben Sayers
tomorrow. Open mikes between sets as
Eco• Action, the Department of Women's
Studies, Frontlash, Homophiles of Penn
State and the Women's Collective present a
double concert opening with Cathy Winter
and Betsy Rose and featuring Bright
Morning Star at B tonight in the HUB
University Concert Committer) Al Jarreau,
known internationally as one of the finest
jazz vocalists singing today, performs at 8
p.m. Tuesday in Eisenhower Auditorium.
See related story in today's Daily Collegian.
Homecoming concert The Penn State
Glee Club and the Penn State Woman's
Chorus present a tree concert at 7:30
tomorrow night in Schwab Auditorium.
Chambers An exhibit of about four dozen
porcelain and stoneware works by Ok HI Lee
will end Sunday.
HUB The HUB will continue its nostalgic
look at the past in its Homecoming exhibit
Kern The exhibit of paintings by
Philadelphia artist Jim Dupree ends Sunday
Ceramic sculptures by Ziggy Corle end
Thursday. The display of Linda Newby's
feather jewelry also ends Thrusday.
Museum of Art Currently showing are
Oriental Works from the museum's
collection, continuing through Nov. 29.
Pattee In the East Corridor Gallery
"Photographs from the Collection of the
East German Government" by Bertolt
Brecht, and studio photographs by Mary Pat
Ford in Lending Services, both beginning
today and continuing through Oct. 30. Prints
and Drawings by Joan Harrison and Mark
Sullivan continue until Oct. 23 on second
floor East Pattee.
The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art
The museum, located In Altoona, continues
its show of watercolor landscapes by Fred
Counsel until Oct. 30.
Men's Soccer The Lions (7.2-1) will host
the Maryland Terrapins (2.1-3) at 7:15 tonight
at Jeffrey Field.
Junior Varsity Football After an
impressive win over Rutgers last week, the
Lions will be hotne again, at 2 p.m. today.
Football The undefeated and second
ranked Lions will host Boston College in the
annual Homecoming game, at 1:30 p.m.
tomorrow at Beaver Stadium.
Men's Lacrosse For Homecoming
weekend, an alumni game will be held 11
a.m. Sunday at Pollock Fields.
Field Hockey The second•ranked Lady
Lions travel to Rutgers for a 2 p.m. contest
Men's Crosi Country After last week's
first place tie in the Penn State Open, Alan
Scharsu will lead the Lions to Bethlehem for
the Paul Short Invitational at 11 a.m.
Baseball The Nittany Lions ,will end their
fall season at Lock Haven at 1 p.m. Sunday
Artists Series presents "Madwoman of
Central Park West," the first performance of
the drama series. Curtain time for the play,
which stars well-known actress Phyllis
Newman, is 8:30 tonight in Schwab
Student Foundation for the Performing
Arta and the 1981 Homecoming Committee
present hypnotist James Mates in "A
Journey Into Imagination Through
Hypnosis" at 8:30 p.m. tommorrow in
The institlute for Arts and Humanistic
Studies will sponsor a free public lecture by
art historian David Sokol at 5 p.m. Tuesday
in 230 Arts Building. The talk is entitled
"American Artists in Germany: the
Dusseldorf Experience." Sokol, whose
specialty Is 19th century American art, is
chairman of the Department of the History
of Architecture and Art at the Chicago Circle
campus of the University of Illinois and
curator of the Terra Museum of American'
Art in Evanston, 111.
HUB Craft Centre will have an open house
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Tuesday In 312 HUB
as part of registration for the second half of
classes. Registration runs from 12 to 5 p.m.
through Oct. 18.
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By MARILYNN WEISENSEE
For The Daily Collegian
The School of Visual Arts Faculty
show currently on display in the Zoller
Gallery on campus presents a wide
range of interest and expertise. The
sculpture, painting, fibers, ceramics,
photography and drawings treat the
gallery visitor to the diverse personal
worlds of the exhibiting artists. •
The tour begins with the color and
elongated forms of William Welch
(acrylic paintings) confronting the
massive sculpture of Sigrid Chris
tensen. Where Welch portrays the
human being as tenuous, Christensen
states power and sensuality through
mass and moving contours of the
The equally quiet but differently
presented views of Brent Wilson and
George Zoretich are next.' Where Wil
son provides views of figures as if
seen through a window, Zoretich prof
fers landscapes full frame and no
'Rope Wall' in Zoller Gallery
with faculty art work
horizon as if viewed from above.
The undulating terrain, executed in
soft earth tones with overall delicate
and consistent texture, brings the
world in without barriers.
'Contrasts abound in Stephenson's
"Rope Wall" executed in brick clay,
Ken Kuhn's collages of slate, card
board and other assorted materials,
and Ed Adams' starkly simplistic and
clean cut wall reliefs. As with Chris
tensen's sculpture, these invite more
than visual inyolvement. Here, the
surfaces and the shapes invite the
viewer to touch; to feel the movement
of their contours, the textures of the
The array of photographs (black
and white and color) present yet an
other viewpoint. There are the pre
served moments of Salter and Lang,
the stop-action of Ken Graves and
Marc Hessel's impressions of Puerto
Rico and Maine the latter not to be
construed as post cards though Hessel
has captured the scenery through the
The personal worlds of these .pho
tographers become very intimate
when viewed in contrast to Stuart
Frost's detailed ink drawing of "Two
Houses." Here size is used on a gran
diose scale to present the viewer with
a drawing that seems almost as large
as life. Where the photographers in
vite you to look closely, Frost blatant
ly presents you with all he has
observed; places you in front of the
buildings as though you are a pedes
These and more are just a part of
the faculty exhibit running through
Thursday. From the diminutive to the
grandiose; the subtle to the straight
forward; the highly textured to the
smooth; the serene to the not-so-se
rene all of this lies within Zoller
From The Class Ring Experts
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Who did J.R. kill? Who cares?
By JERRY BUCK
AP Television Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) J.R. Ewing of "Dallas," who began
last season trying to discover his mystery assailant, is in a new
pickle that could send him to jail for murder.
But the big question on the producers' minds may be why the
solution to the latest cliffhanger has failed to arouse the same
fever pitch of viewer curiosity that awaited the answer to "Who
The CBS series opens its fourth season tonight with a puzzle
left hanging from the end of the last season who is the dead
woman in the swimming pool at South Fork Ranch, and did J.R.
Cliff Barnes, J.R.'s archrival, who discovers the body,
accuses him of her death and J.R. is taken to police headquar
ters for questioning. J.R., television's most hissable villain, is
played by Larry Hagman. Ken Kercheval is Barnes.
The episode will reveal the identity of the victim, but it will
take several more episodes to clear up all aspects of the
mystery. Producer Larry Katzman said last April, when the
cliffhanger episode was first telecast, that the victim would not
be a stranger. •
This year's cliffhanger on "Dallas" has stirred up some
interest, but nothing like the phenomenon that surrounded
"Who Shot J.R.?" It created a sensation here and in England,
and the resolution of that mystery it was his wife's sister,
Kristin broke all viewing records with a 76 percent share of
J.R. threatened four women in the episodes immediately
prior to the woman being found in the pool. Here are the prime
• Sue Ellen, J.R.'s wife, played by Linda Gray, who has
taken away. their son, John Ross.
• Pamela Ewing, J.R.'s sister-in-law, played by Victoria
Principal, who helped Sue Ellen get the baby away from J.R.
• Kristin Shepard, J.R.'s former mistress, played by Mary
Crosby, who is a potential danger to J.R. because he may be the
father•of her child.
• Louella, J.R.'s secretary, played by Meg Gallagher, who
failed to get rid of the man who staged a counter-revolution in
Asia for J.R. The man ended up before a state Senate investi
gating committee, a considerable embarrassment to J.R.
Lorimar had the same tight security around the episode as
that which surrounded the resolution of J.R.'s shooting. Scripts
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were guarded and red herring scenes were filmed, with the real
solution put together in the editing room.
"Dallas" had been the No. 1 show in the ratings all last
season, following the "Who Shot J.R." ballyhoo. The ratings
took a nosedive when the show went into reruns at the end of
last season. The rerun of the episode revealing the mystery got
only a 28 percent share.
THE 1981 HOMECOMING
ej•DA I NTEE WISHES ALL
TOFTREES SUNDAY NIGHT SUPPER.
ENTREES AND ENTERTAINMENT.
Appetizer, salad, and 3 affordable entrees
priced from $6.50 to $8.50.
Sherry McCamley entertains
in her special style from 5 to 11 . p.m.
Sunday Night Supper at Le Papillon,
5 to 9 p.m.
country club and lodge
one country club lane, tottrees
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