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^> ^l#sbufQjjeQisfre f -Moi 1, QgI^buf111, Players Rehearse Prairie Players will present their second children's theater production this weekend at Prairie Players Theater, 656 W. Losey St. The play, The Crossroads, will feature, left to tight Dorothy Pehwick as the Bird; Paul Gfiffin as the . scientist; Pete Calderone aS the Monster, and Deborah Gard* !Kf is the Queen. The group was rehearsing last night for the show. Other cast members include Rick Gannon as the Tramp end Mary Stansbury as the Spirit. Registef-Mail photo by iiivtSteuty Friday, July 6,1973 •The Huddle Lounge PRESENTS . THE RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF THE EVER POPULAR WAYNE CHAPMAN One of the Country's Finest Organists For Your Dining and Dancing Pleasure. (TUESDAY THRU SUNDAY - 7 P.M. TILL MIDNIGHT) 1487 N. Henderson St. Lawford Denies Involvement With Liz Film Re-Runs at Local Shows Topped by The Emigrants' As if there weren't enough reruns on TV, this week local movie palaces feature a list of leftovers and repeats from last year and before, If you missed the Emigrants last year, now's your chance to catch up with a.beautiful film. It is the story of a Swedish family who come to America to homestead in Minnesota. Max von Sydow is the tenant farmer, Karl Oscar. Liv Ullmann won an academy award nomination for her portrayal of the wife, Kristina. The film is in three parts: Life in Sweden, its hardships and the decision to come to America; crossing the Atlantic to America, hundreds of peasants jammed into the hold of a dirty ship; and finally thefgreat fun for kung-fu fans. Both arduous trek to Minnesota and staking a claim. At Cinema II, rated PG. Camelot is a movie that never quite made it several years ago. Now it's here again, probably re-released in the hope of recouping some of the film's losses. Richard Harris is King Arthur, Vanessa Redgrave is Guinevere and Franco Nero is Sir Lancelot. The Broadway play had music by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, and it's quite good music. Any mu^ic the play possessed is lost in a mediocre movie. At the West, rated G. Live and Let Die, a James Bond fantasy, is being held over at the Orpheum. Roger Moore is the superspy. Rated PG. Also held for a longer run, Sam Peckinpah's Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. James Coburn is Garrett, Billy is Kris Kristofferson. At Cinema I, rated R. The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean is a exciting western full of nonsense that turns the movie into a beautiful satire. This film stars Paul Newman as the Judge. Newman gives his usual outstanding performance. The second feature is the English-dubbed Japanese Fist of Fury starring Bruce Lee (Kato of TV's Green Hornet). The movie is action-packed that is 108 ANGELES (UP1) Elizabeth Taylor, separated from Richard Burton, arrived here from New York Thursday, prompting a denial from Peter Lawford that he is "the villain in the piece." Lawford said he feels "affection and compassion" for Miss Taylor, but is so preoccupied by his own marital problems that he could not be romantically involved with her, as has been reported. He called rumors that he was shielding a relationship between Miss Taylor and his son "ridiculous." Following Miss Taylor's an* nouncement in New York SPECIAL Mri/to ™ Bltcuri, Gravy J 1.00 Serving Breakfast All Day OPEN 5:30 A.M. MARY'S Restaurant Cherry and Simmons St. Tuesday that she and Burton had separated, there were reports that she had become involved with Lawford. Other reports said the relationship was with Christopher Lawford, his son by his former marriage to Patricia Kennedy, sister of President John F. Kennedy. "It's hysterical," Lawford DANCE LITTLE LEAGUE BENEFIT BY Oxford legion Poif 1197 FEATURING THI OLD HEIDELBERG GERMAN BAND Alpha Legion Hall SAT., JULY 7, 1973 I p.m. to II p .m. Tickets |2.50 per person said. "Christopher isn't even 14, as was reported. He's only 18.1 think those rumors started because he's pretty good looking, and we both picked her up to go to a movie on her previous visit here." READ THE WANT ADS! Now Playing thru Sat. THE CAREY TREATMENT JAMES COiORN JENNIFER O'NEAL On* Shew Etch Mlfht Al ttN ChtMMn Me - Atfuitl ll.N FOR YOUR DINING & DANCING PLEASURE Appearing Tuesday, Friday, Saturday ENTERTAINMENT BY RON CARROLL AND THE INN CROWD AT THE Sheraton Motor Inn "THE INN .1-74 At E. Main PLACE" 343-7151 Pat Baumer is your Steak Expert In Galesburg. "I truly believe I can serve USDA Choice steak—just the way you like it, so that you'll come back again and again." Right now your steak expert is featuring USDA Choice New York Strip Sirloin with bread, choice of potato, and your choice' of juice, soup or tossed salad. jutf$3.99 Visit Pat Baumer at Mr. Steak and enjoy a great steak. After all, he is Galesburg's steak expert: Pi­ rated R at the Galesburg Drive- In. Campus Sex Revolt Nixed By Study INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI) —< Reports of a "sexual revolution" on campuses are probably exaggerated and stu dents entering college now may just as likely be virgins as students of a generation ago, a psychologist said Thursday, But it also probable there is more premarital sex on campus now than ever, although that does not mean students favor promiscuous behavior, said the psychologist, Elizabeth Mooney. Mrs. Mooney spoke in an interview about a study of adolescent sexual behavior she conducted with sociologist James Elias. The team used the facilities of Indiana Univer sity's Insj^tute for Sex Research, commonly known as the Kinsey Institute. Mrs. Mooney said there simply are a lot more students in college than ever before, so more are likely not to be virgins. Still, she said, at least 90 per cent of the freshmen probably are virgins. "At the beginning of any college year, there are more virgins than there are nonvir- gins on campus," she said. "I don't believe there is a sexual revolution on campus," Mrs. Mooney said. Young people nowadays are much more open in talking about sexuality, Mrs. Mooney said—but the talk is much less likely than formerly to be bragging about sexual conquests. AT LAST!! New pavement open at both tndi to Driftwood Supper Club Dine & Dane* to tht Fourmost 5 Milts West of Avon Optn to Public For Reservation! Call 465-3182 DINE and DANCE to the Fourmost SAT., JULY 7th READ THE WANT ADS! — HELD OVER — msxn MSB rum SHOWS NIGHTLY 7:15 & 9:15 SUNDAY MATINEE 2:00 CINEMA I & II Nui to ARLANS N h I. .;>" Si GAlf SBURG .1 :.' -..'?•) ^_ — NOW SHOWING — anev\rland,»anewhope..aiiewcLra^ SHOWS / \ SUN. Max von Sydawidv Ullmann The Emigrants mm TecfvfcoJaViom Warner Bros, A Warn* C<xmtico)'ctoCQcrpar\y Announclnq Jftlr. Ste 1075 N. Henderson A New Addition! Kentucky Fried Chicken Of Galesburg NOW HAS THE DELICIOUS NEW (Oxtra (Crispy FRIED CHICKEN K «Htid«) fried £ki«ke» AMERICA'S STEAK EXPERT 1017 N. Henderson St. Two Locations The Comer of Main & Farnham •f The West Theatre Proudly Presents SPECIAL PREMIERE ENCORE ENGAGEMENT! TONITE - OPEN 7:15 - ONE SHOWING AT 7:30 P.M. ONLY SAT.SUN. - MATINEES AT 1:30 - EVENINGS AT 7r30 P.M. A FLEETING MOMENT CALLED CAMELOT A FILM SO RARE . . . MUSIC SO RARE. YOU CAN SPEND 3 HOURS THAT WILL MAKE YOU WANT TO GO BACK TO THAT GREAT MOMENT CALLED WINNER OF 3 ACADEMY AWARDS!, r m POPULAR " OEMAND Now Showing! Box Office Opens 7 P.M. Tonite at 7:15-9:25 P.M. Sat.-Sun. 1:30-3:40-5:50-8 P.M. ALBERT RBROCCOU JWJ HARi ROGER . IAN FLEMINGS LIVE AND § LETDIE Open 8 PM ( NOW! 'Shows at Dusk SEE PAUL, HIS LOVEABLE BEAR AND BAD BOB . . , PLUS THE UNIQUE FILM INTRODUCING YOU TO "KARATE/KUNG-FU" DEADLINESS, IN THE UFF. AND "" rwJ!M ES OF " PANAVISION'-TECHNICOLOR* A National GeneraTpSsReS PLUS « KWiTC/MMMIN- Th« n«w «cr««n •xcitfmtnl that QIVM you th* bigg«»t kick«f ypvr Iff* I »vtry Umk 9 I hi* body U o wttBO h Fists of Fury Color »A Notional General Pictures Releqse (|J ( r)

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