Tramp's is coming back. It was a certain sign that the disco era was dead when the Georgetown nightspot closed its doors back in 1980; one writer observed, "It was more than just a club, it was a rite of passage." There were a number of characters who came into the successful, highly publicized club. One, known only as Cisco, would come dressed in a cowboy outfit with lights on his hat. But on Halloween he would show up in suit and tie. In the five years the club existed in the Carriage House in Georgetown, the vast list of celebrities visiting it included Cher, Grace Jones, the Beach Boys, Stevie Wonder, Liza Minnelli, Sylvester Stallone, Faye Dunaway, Gloria Steinem and Wilt Chamberlain.

Now, Tramp's is coming back -- but not to Georgetown. The new Tramp's, with many of the artifacts and paintings from the old one, opens Wednesday night at the Springfield Hilton. Michael O'Harro, the former owner of the Georgetown Tramp's, has a piece of this one -- maybe he's expecting one-time disco dollies turned suburban yuppies to hire baby sitters for a few evenings of memories.

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They know him as a masterful political performer, but now the Soviets are going to have the opportunity to see President Reagan in his earlier profession. Newsweek magazine reports that at next month's American film festival in Moscow, Soviet audiences will see Ronald Reagan starring in the 1941 classic "King's Row," one of 30 movies in the first American film festival ever in the Soviet Union ...

There are a number of people at Kent State University who would like to forget that tragic day in May 1970 when Ohio National Guardsmen shot and killed four students. But rock guitarist Joe Walsh, who was a student there at the time, is waging a campaign to erect a campus memorial to the fallen students. At a concert in Pittsburgh Saturday, Walsh, who knew two of the dead students and witnessed the shootings, said he is dedicated to ensuring that "stupidity of that nature never happens again" ...

Singer Dionne Warwick, whose Grammy-winning single "That's What Friends Are For" has already raised more than $1 million for AIDS research, will announce her new AIDS agenda at a National Press Club luncheon Wednesday. She plans to issue a statement calling for a stop to discrimination against people with AIDS and will also talk about the newly organized Warwick Foundation ...

Hospital Report: Former New York mayor John V. Lindsay is listed in stable condition at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in New York, where he is recovering from surgery to repair a leaky heart valve. The 67-year-old former congressman was operated on Jan. 27 and was in intensive care until Friday ...

Royal Watch: Charles and Diana have been staying pretty much out of the London tabloids these days -- they are staying closer together and Diana isn't going dancing without her husband. There was, after all, all that gossip. Writer Irene Kassorla, author of "Nice Girls Do," advises in Redbook magazine that Diana shouldn't go to discos without her husband. "What do you think happens at discos?" she says. "You dance. And you don't dance with a frog -- you dance with a man. And dancing can be very sexually stimulating. When Diana comes home, Charles may very well be furious" ...