Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 10, 1972 · Page 19
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September 10, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 19

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·ftif --Sept. 10. 1972 ^Sunday Gazette-Mail -Charleston, Watt Vlrtlnli 'Bus Stop' Actors Stranded by Play By Don Marsh I'm not one to knock success but I confess I'd think more ot the Mountaineer Dinner Theatre if its plays and its food were less bland. "Bus Stop," the play that wil. be showing during September, is so slow moving that I was driven to the conclusion that hitchhiking would have been a reasonable alternative. The menu--stuffed «-«***.,, peppers, baked halibut and barbecued chicken--is strictly mid-American cafeteria, the kind of food my mother used to encourage on me with little cries of "eat it, eat it; it's good for you." But I don't want to be unduly harsh. The theater is a pleasant place to spend an evening and part of its success has been based on presenting material that would offend no one's sensibilities. cowboy; a young prostitute he is trying to forcibly take to his ranch; an idealistic teenager; a former professor who is filled with self-loathing; a proprietess who is aging but carnal; a friend of the cowboy who is a father figure; a lecherous bus driver and a sheriff who seems to exist for the sole purpose of causing the cowboy to apologize to the prostitute. * » f I THOUGHT the performance f the entire cast was good. Eddie Murphy, as the spiritually Jankrupt professor, was particu arly impressive in a drunk jMcGovern Defends Credibility Question ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.-Wi- Sen. George McGovern, commenting Saturday on his first full week of cross-country campaigning for the White House, defended his credibility and said he regretted that what he considers his strongest asset is being questioned by some members of the news media. credibility problem, he was perhaps too open in discussing the matter. McGovern said his original statement--in which he denied instructing the former White House press secretary to tell the station attendant, in which ^°, rth Vi «ta?me 5 e they would be better advised to reach an , m McGovern called it an act of ivicuovern cauea it an act ofi -- -v »«·-.. an insanity. McGovern said he had! 3 ? 1 '':TM 1 w ' thr the Nixon ad- a note from an attorney for t he im ' mstrat , 101n before the election attendant suggesting McGovern :~ was solely directed at a press was prejudging without access ! re P° rt . ^closing the mission to the facts. "Thai lawyer isi and statmg that vvas lts P ur " right," McGovern said. McGovern gave a detailed ac-[ count of the pose McGovern said he never de was in . , f ,. . .. The credibility q u e s t i o n.| COUnt . of the lncldenls surround- Paris and alss0 told * eporters he raised by the Democratic nomi-! 1 "^ Pler . re Salinger's mission tojhad asked Salinger that if the nee in response to a question the Pans . P eace talks on viet - occasion arose, "to make some about news coverage of his " am saying that rather than a inquiry about our prisoners." scene. campaign, consumed a major portion of his first full news conference since he launched his formal White House drive last Monday. He also charged that persons involved in an effort to invade his campaign headquarters last Way "were directly connected" Curt May, as the cowboy, ex- libited a kind of manic energy when called on, and Tom Jackson, as the father figure, por- rayed the only person in the )lay that I think I would have I THINK "Bus Stop" itself annoyed me most. Despite performances from a cast of what impressed me as professional actors, I found myself looking at my watch and hoping I'd get! home while the Olympics were on television, make it.) "Bus Stop" brings together eight people for several hours in a small cafe in Kansas. The road ahead has been closed by a winter storm. I must say the characters--as opposed to the actors--are one of the dullest groups I've seen assembled in one room since I once judged the talent part of a beauty contest in Logan County. There is an incredibly oafish iked had he been real. Fly Ash Leaked At Amos Plant . . _ _ . , Work crews from the John (Alas, I didn'tjAmos Power Plant have been busy since Tuesday cleaning up floating fly ash which escaped through a malfunctioning skimmer into the waters of tiny Scary Creek. "It's a slow, hard job," said plant manager J. A. Moore. "The fly ash escaped when the skimmer on our ash pond malfunctioned. We have the ash blocked off with another skimmer, though, and we'll keep it from getting into the river." with President Nixon's campaign organization. He declined to say whether any of them also were involved in the later effort, to bug and break into the Democratic party's Watergate headquarters, j *· I 0 N 0 T H E R QUESTIONS,, McGovern said: ! t "has been an up a n d j down week, but generally! good," adding that the difficul-: ties within his campaign organi-i zation are "very minor by com-i parison" with the resignation of! top Nixon operatives, including! former campaign manager John! Mitchell. *-That he understands "the anguish and the anger" behind Israel's retaliation raids in Le-, banon and Syria, but declined to! give "any approval" of what! took place; | ^-That he retracts a state- 1 ment about the shooting death of a Mexican-American La Raza Unida delegate at Orogrande,, , last week by a service! Tiamond fashion rings: a ^iles specialty. 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