The Who's upcoming "Quadrophenia And More" tour will include a make-good for some fans in Providence, Rhode Island, for a canceled 1979 show. The Providence mayor and city council elected to pull the planned December 17, 1979 concert following the death of 11 fans 14 days earlier in Cincinnati. The Who is offering any fans who still have their tickets (which were $14 at the time) the opportunity to trade them in for ducats to the group's February 26 stop at the Dunkin' Donuts Center. The exchanged tickets will benefit the Special Olympics of Rhode Island...In other Who news, singer Roger Daltrey has received an honorary degree from Britain's Middlesex University for his work as a musician and actor. The school's Vice-Chancellor Michael Driscoll called Daltrey "is one of the greatest musicians Britain has produced and he has been successful at everything he has turned his hand to." Daltrey told graduating students that, "If I had the power to give honors, the students would be getting extra honorary degrees from me. After having the privilege of working with them on my production of The Who's Tommy, I was amazed with their vision and creativity. I look forward to seeing more of their work knowing that, within the visual creative industries, the future is a bright one. For me to receive this degree is an honor indeed."