Cougar print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1976-1977, January 13, 1977, Page 5, Image 5

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    Theatre department chooses cast for ’Nightwatch’
"It's really neat. You'll never guess 'who
e it.'" said cast member, Jerry Wheeler
|"Night Watch," the CCC theatre depart-
Bht's[winter production.
ctions set
lour new senators will be chosen to
e I the Associated Student Government
ing their meeting today at 11 a.m. in the
‘side Lounge.
Students interested in serving as a senator
ASG lould show up for the meeting
| inform an ASG member that they wish
their name placed in nomination.
Michael Ayers will also be announcing
choice for assistant to the president at
Jneetingand ASG will vote on the matter
ring their meeting on Jan. 20.
The play is one of those "taut murder
mysteries" and was written by Louise Flet­
cher. Drama instructor Jack Shields will
direct the CCC version.
Performances are scheduled for March
3, 4 and 6 in McLoughlin Theatre. The cast
will then rehearse another two weeks for
a spring vacation booking in Cannon Beach.
For the Cannon Beach performance,
Shields has hired a professional actress from
New York to play the female lead. Her
name is Wendy Dustin. Wheeler reasons
"she must be good," because she has been
working steadily in a notoriously unsteady
Recently selected cast members are: Joey
Rose/Wendy Dustin as Elaine Wheeler; Gerry
Damour as John Wheeler; Melissa lacolucci
Faculty Art Exhibit. CC Mall. All day.
Faculty Art Exhibit. CC Mall. All day.
"Juliet and Romeo," Catlin Gabel School
in the Cabell Center. 8 p.m. $2.75 or $2
balcony at the door or at Meier and Frank.
Also Saturday and Sunday.
Women in Literature lecture by Annette
Sax. Focus on Women. CC-117. 7 to 10
[American College Theatre Festival. Reed
[Coll Bege. 8:30 p.m. $2.50 general, $1 stu­
dents. Reservations and information at 771-
I "George M!" Portland Civic Theatre,
1530 S.W. Yamhill. 8:30 p.m. $4.50 adults,
$3.50 students/senior citizens.
Aid available
Work-Study funds are now available to
students who have applied for aid earlier
this year, had established need, but for
whom aid money was not available.
Students wishing to accept College Work-
Study as part of their financial aid award
should sign up at the Financial Aid Office
before Friday, Jan. 14, at 5 p.m.
Money will be alloted to students with
highest unmet need first and awards will
be made as long as funds last.
Al Rouzie. Ninth St. Exit Coffeehouse,
215 S.E. 9th. All ages welcome. Saturday.
ASG Senatorial
Lounge 11 a.m. to noon.
as Blanche Cooke; Jerry Wheeler as Lt.
Walker; Garrett Brown as Officer Vanelli;
Dee Jarvis as Helga; Virgil Geigle as Curtis
Appleby; and Rick Arnold as Sam Hoke.
"Shawing an Evening in Half." YWCA
Wilson Center, 1111 S.W. 10th. $2.50
general, $2 students. 8:30 p.m. Also Satur­
"I'll Die if I Can't Live Forever." Civic
Theatre Blue Room. 8:30 p.m. $4 general.
$3 students/senior citizens. Also Saturday.
Great Divide. Depot Tavern, 5021 S.E.
Powell. Also Friday and Saturday.
"Blithe Spirit." Lake Oswego Commu­
nity Theatre, 156 Greenwood Rd. $4 gen­
eral, $3 students/senior citizens. 635-3901
for reservations and information.
Rainbow, Wreck of the Hesperus, 1200
N.E. 102nd. Also Friday and Saturday.
Fallen Angels. Sak's Front Ave., S.W.
Front and Yamhill. Also Saturday.
■Human Jive Band. Darwin's Theory,
14822 S.E. Division. Also Friday and Satur­
Juan Man Band. P.C.81S.
1028 S.W.
Ted Viramonte. Claudia's, S.E. 30th
and Hawthorne. Saturday.
John Stowell. The Hobbit Tavern, S.E.
52nd and Woodstock. Saturday.
Perkins and Doug Westberg.
Flight 181,1116 $.W. Washington.
Cam Newton. P.C.8<S. 1028 S.W. Morri­
son. Saturday.
Doug Dalzell. Little Gourmet, 117 N.
State St., Lake Oswego. Saturday.
Thara Memory Jazz Quartet. Jewelia's,
2125 N. Vancouver Ave. Sunday.
"Son of Film Orgy." CC Mall and
Clairmont Lounges. 10 a.m., 11 a.m., noon
6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
■Paul DeLay Blues Band. Euphoria, 315
S.E. 3rd. Also Friday and Saturday.
Upepo -- latin jazz. Mountain Moving
Cafe, 532 S.E. 39th. $1.25. All ages wel­
Cathy Lunsford. Claudia's, S.E. 30th
and Hawthorne.
■Joe Anderson. Flight 181, 1116 S.W.
Kelly Lester. Ninth St. Exit Coffee­
house, 215 S.E. 9th. All ages welcome.
Mitchell Vines. P.C.&S.., 1028S.W. Morri­
I Hank Credit and Petty Cash. Sak's Front
Ave., S.W. Front and Yamhill.
Burnside Bombers.
Portland Tavern,
2845 S.E. Stark. Also Saturday.
Last Hurrah,
Aires. Jewelia's, 2125 N. Vancouver
Ave. (4 blocks north of the Coliseum).
Also Saturday.
■Burnside Bombers. The
555 S.W. Alder.
■Catfish Whiskers. Ninth St. Exit Coffee-
Krause, 215 S.E. 9th.
■Easy Money. Sanctuary, N.E. 181st and
Glisan. Also Friday and Saturday.
■Sleezy Pieces. Up the Down Staircase,
424 S.W. 4th. Also Friday and Saturday.
■Kent Holloway Jazz Band. Old Town
Strutter's Hall, 120 N.W. Third.
Dor. Kinch and the Conductors Band.
Old Town Strutters Hall, 120 N.W. Third.
Also Saturday.
Boden and Zanetto. Squirrel's National
Lunch, 214 W. Burnside. Also Saturday.
N.W. 21st.
Ken Brown. John's Meat Market, 115
N.W. 22nd Ave. Also Friday and Saturday.
■ Pete Karnes Blooz Band. Silver Moon,
N.W. 21st and Glisan. Also Friday and
"Son of Film Orgy." CC Mall and
Clairmont Lounges. 10 a.m., 11 a.m., noon,
6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Music Department Mini Concert. CC
Mall. Noon.
John Barger and Jewell. The Long Good­
bye, 300 N.W. 10th. Also Saturday.
(Mother Light. Squirrel's National Lunch,
214 W. Burnside.
■ Sand. Earth Tavern, 632
Also Friday and Saturday.
Tentative Agreement. CCC Mall. Dancing
and listening. 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Free to CCC
students and $1 general admission. Satur-
Thursday, January 13,1977
Colors by Munsell Color Services Lab
"Son of Film Orgy." CC Mali and
Clairmont Lounges. 10 a.m., 11 a.m., noon,
6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
"Spira, a Company of Dancers" will
perform in the CC Mall. 11:30 a.m. to
1:30 p.m.