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ERIC ZORN I
WHILE OTHERS GO LONELY:

The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, October 31, 1979-Page 7
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WHAT DO I GET FOR MY DIME? you ask yourselves each day when you
pick up the Daily. Well, sometimes it's in-depth reporting on campus
issues like drugs, the various MSA scandals, or the latest national hap-
penings, and other times it's Captain Kangaroo. Look, we don't make the
news, we just print it, and when a big star is willing to root around in the
dirt with some filthy animal, obviously it's our sacred duty to pass along the
the information to our readers. We follow the command of Dr. Norman
Vincent Peale, the well nown optimist: Speaking in New York last week,
Peale harassed we jpurn tlists for printing too much unpleasant news. The
public, he said, develops "a negatively skewed perception, a deviant view of
America," due to all the lousy items in the paper. He'd go for stories tht
are "up," and "stories some might characterize as corny." Even as Peale
spoke, Bob "Captain Kangaroo" Keeshan was in Jackson, N.J. filming his
TV show and proving that no man is so tall as when he stoops to feed a
wallaby.

Burt pokes along;
starlets kiss and tell
B URT REYNOLDS ranks high in this nation's rogue's gallery, so says
our copy of the November 13 Us magazine. The roster of women who
have shared sheets with the hunky matinee idol is rather more impressive
than anyone might have suspected, the list including Judy Carne, Farrah
Fawcett, Dinah Shore, Luci Arnaz, Tammy Wynette, Sally Field, Jill Clay-
burgh, and, perhaps, Candice Bergen, Catherine Denueve, Lesley-Anne
Down, and squinty tennis champ Chris Evert-Lloyd. Very studly of him.
What do Burt's women have to say about all this? "I lived in fear. His
temper was violent," says Carne, whom Reynolds went so far as to marry.
"What Burt and I had going was an indoor sport," adds Shore. "He's such a
gentleman," bubbles Evert-Lloyd.
The quote of the day comes from Candice Bergen, 33, who co-starred
with Reynolds in Starting Over. "Maybe I'm unlucky in love," she
ruminated, denying an affair with Reynolds. "I'd push my mother down the
ramp of the Guggenheim Museum in roller skates for a good marriage."
How the museum got into roller skates, we'll never know.

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RABBI BARRY STARR, Director of Recruitment, JTSA will be at University of
Michigan on Monday, November 5, from 3-6 p.m. at the Hillel.House, 1429
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ALL
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INCLUDE CHOICE
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WHAT WE HAVE HERE is probably the singlebest photograph of Elton
John's newly sodded head yet seen in Ann Arbor. The miniature rocker, an
admitted bisexual though probably not a past bed partner of Mr. Burt
Reynolds, appeared at Hill Auditorium Monday night. He's currently
touring the country and showing off the results of his hair transplant
T operation. See page four of your Daily to discover if this might be a picture of
Elton singing, or yawning. He sure looks good, though.
WHO ARE THESE FOLKS? The hirsuite fellow on the left has no ................................................................
reason to be smiling, for his wife Bianca is trying to sue his tight little
pants off for divorce. That's right, it's the very manly Mick Jagger of the
very manly Rolling Stones, and his new beard. Looking as of she's trying tog
fit a sausage sideways down her throat is Mary Tyler Moore, looking lessaWuarlpyu
and less like old Laura Petrie. Mary's in all the papers this week because
she will soon star in a Broadway production of "Whose Life Is It Anyway," a
play that is being written to allow a woman to portray the part of a sculptor
who is paralyzed from the neck down. UST AS WE all thought we'd heard
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his beery head out of the straw to make
some quotable pronouncement: This
N oh.s ro-m a over :week, the first brother traveled to New
York where he said Edward Kennedy
has no chance to beat Jimmy Carter for
WHAT A DRAG IT IS TO BE HOMELESS, or so say the world's the Democratic presidential
homeless people. Paul McCartney, the singing star, has himself lots of nomination because most of Kennedy's
money and a big, fine home. His idea of a drag is reuniting with his fellow supporters are members of the news
Beatles and doing a concert to aid the world's refugees. "None of us is even media and college students "who don't
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a drag!" In London to receive an award from the Guinness Book of World
Records, McCartney quashed all hopes of the United Nations that they could
convince the Beatles to 'reunite for charity. The group, which broke up in
1971, is "over and finished with," added the feted composer.
THE NIGHT IS FILLED WITH SHINING STARS, AND YET
THE SKY IS NOT BRIGHT DEPT. Sleazy old Gregg Allman was
taken in handcuffs to a mental health facility after being involved in a
disturbance outside a hospital emergency room in West Palm Beach, Fla.
Allman, rock musician extraordinaire and husband of Cher, was not
arrested and did not stay at the mental health facility. No smart remarks,
please.

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VERY LUMPY ATHEIST
Madalyn Murray O'Hair made some
news this week. It just goes to show
that if you don't believe in something
long enough, you get the attention
you crave. First she cancelled an
appearance in Colorado due to a
threat upon her life from some God-
fearing groups "that despise
atheists," as they told her in a letter.
* O'Hair, the Texan who leads the
- Americn Atheists and Society of
Separationists, then did a Jerry
Brown imitation and took a pie in the
face in Albuquerque, N.M. This was
no ordinary cream pie, though:
- O'Hair says it was filled with
straight pins, and she has filed
assault charges with Albuquerque's
finest. Accused is Allen Hunter, 31, a
pious man who claims the right to
"step on her tongue."
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SERIOUS DEMOGOUGERY
took a shot in the arm last week as
Sen. Howard Baker (R-Tenn.) an-
nounced, through his daughter, that
'he is considering a female running
mate for his presidential bid. An-
nounced possibles are former U.S.
- ambassador to Great Britain Anne
.Armstrong, and former Republican
National Committee chairwoman
May Louis Smith. File this promise
iP your scrapbooks.

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