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Page Two

THE SUMMER DAILY

Saturday, May 19, 1973

Page Two THE SUMMER DAILY Saturday, May 19, 19'~

LICK DU BROW:
Television in review

tov0
tonight
5:00 2 11 The Preakness
6:00 2 4 11 13 News
9 This Is Your Life
20 Temple Baptist Church
50 Star Trek
56 Para Mi Pueblo
6:30 2 11 CBS News-Roger Mudd
4 13 NBC News-Garrick Utley
2 24 Reassur Report
9 To Be Announced
20 Ozzie and Harriet
30 America '73
56 Consumer Game-
7:05 2 Trollsor Consequences
4 George Pierrot
7 News
9 UntamedHWorld
11 5i0 Be Haw
13 Lawrence Welk
20 Movie
"The Unearthly Stranger."
(English, 1963)
24 Call of the West
5A Promise Shared
Filmtd on location in Israel
7:30 2 Young Dr. Kildare
4 Johnny Mann's Stand Up
and Cheer
7 Town Meeting
9 Flipside
24 Johnny Mann's Stand Up and
Cheer
30 French Chef
56 Adam and Darlene
8:00 2 11 All in the Fsmily
4 13 Emergency!
7 24 Here We Go Again
9 To Ile Announced
56 Movie
"The Battle of Culloden."
50 That Good Ole Nashville Music
8:30 2 11 Bridget Loves Bernie
7 24 A Touch oftGrace
9 Movie
"The Country Girl." (1954)
?0 Movie
"Attack of the Mushroom
People (Japanese, 1963)
50 Nitty Gritty
9:00 2 11 Mary Tyler Moore
4 13 Movie
"Love is a Ball" (1963)
7 24 The Strauss Family
50 Black Omnibus
9:30 2 11 Bob Newhart
30 Conversation with Sol
56 Evangelos and Liza
10:00 2 11 Miss U.S.A. Beauty
Pageant
7 24 Assignment: Vienna
20 Sven Handred Club
56 Stalin (Profile)
50 Lou Gordon
10:30 9 Document
11:00 7 News
9 SBC News-George Finstad
24 ABC News-Sam Donaldson
11:15 4 13 News
7 ABC News-Sam Donaldson
9 heritage Highway
24 Flipside
11:20 9 News
11:30 7 Movie-Comedy
"The Courtship of Eddie's
Father", (1963)
9 Movie
"The War of the Worlds."
(1953)
50 Movie-Thriller
"Black Sabbath." (Italian
(1964)
11:45 4 Johnny Carson
Jason Robards, Maureen
Stapleton, Ray Charles, Gay
Talese
13 Movie-Drama
"Tokbrit." (1967)
24 Rollin'
2:05 2 11 News
12:30 2 Movie-Comedy-Drama
"Boccaccio '70." (Italian; 1962)
11 Movie
"A Summer Place." (1959)
1:5 4 13 News
1:30 7 Monte
"Young Man With Ideas"
(1952)
2:30 2 Movie-Drama
"That Gang of Mine." (1940)
11 News
3:00 7 News
4:00 2 News

The nationally televised Water-
gate hearings spent more than
five hours yesterday angering
game show fans and those who
find more drama in soap opera
than in the thrill of the hunt for
truth in the packed Senate Cau-
cus Room in Washington.
In daylong, coast-to-coast cov-
erage by NBC-TV, CBS-TV and
ABC-TV, there was a sense of a
foundation for future questioning
carefully being constructed by
the Senate Select Committee.
HOW MUCH of the hearings
will be telecast live by the three
major commercial networks is
indefinite at this point, their
spokesmen say.
The video coverage continued
yesterday, and the networks saya
they will make judgments on fu-
ture broadcasts on a day-to-day
basiS.
Although the committee's me-
thodical laying of groundwork
was obviousSto viewers, there
was nonetheless a sense of high
drama.
THE MOMENTS of humor were
not so much funny as they were
a relief in the high-pressure at-
tnosphere.
Thoserclose to Washington's
workings over the years perhaps
found much material heard at
the opening session familiar.
Viewers more removed from
the scene undoubtedly found event
rudimentary facts about common
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tive.
ASIDE from yesterday's par-
ticular topic, television's poten-
tial in covering Congressional ac-
tivities - or even City Council
meetings - live and at length
was made clear once again.
To the veteran televiewer, those
who participated in the open-
ing session of the Senate select
committee seemed much more
sophisticated in the presence of
video cameras than many per-
sons in televised hearings of
long ago.
From politics to sports to ev-
eryday life, people appear to ac-
cept the cameras more and more
as part of the modern world.
NO CASTING DIRECTOR could
improve very much on the ap-
pearance of those who took part
in yesterday's session.
Sen. Sam Ervin is head of the
committee, and looks it. All the
senators involved in the hear-
ings look their part too, and
viewers have a choice of atti-
tudes with which to identify.
The committee counsels sound
like committee counsels. A n d
those answering questions seem-
ed self-assured despite the coast-
to-coast coverage of the proceed-
ings.
AS FOR the proceedings them-
selves, the low-key aproacn
dominated the opening days. And
television presented the picture,
and the tone, better than the
print media ever could.
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