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THE SUMMER DAILY

Poge Two THE SUMMER DAILY

THE EMMY AWARDS:
Television in review

By JERRY BUCK
LOS ANGELES - Television's
biggest success of the season,
"The Waltons," and its m o s t
glamorous failures, "The Julie
Andrews Hour," dominated the
25th annual Emmy Awards pre-
sentations.
"The Waltons," the CBS story
of a rural Virginia family during
the Depression, won six awards
Sunday night - including best
dramatic series; best actor, for
Richard Thomas; best actress,
for Michael Learned; and best
supporting actress, for Ellen Cor-
by.
ANDREWS' SHOW, canceled by
ABC because of low ratings, pick-
ed up seven awards, including
best musical variety series and
a number for technical aspects.
Miss Andrews was reported
abroad daring the moment of tri-
umph at the Shubert Theater.
In the annualnetwork rivalry,
CBS won 25 awards, followed by
ABC with 22. NBC won 10, and
t.v.
tonight
6:00 2 4 7 News
9 Courtship of Eddies Father
6:30 2 CBs News
4 NBC News
7 ABC News
9 I Dream ofJeannie
50 Gilligan's Island
56 How Do Your Children Grow?
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
4 News
7 To Tell the Truth
9 Beverly Hillbilties
50 5 Love Lucy
56 French Chef
7:30 7 What's My Line?
4 You Asked For It
7 Pricer is Ritht
Wacky World of Jonathan
Winters
50 IHogan's iHeroes
800 2 Maude
4 Movie
7Temperatures Rising
9 UFO
50 Dragnet
8:30 2 Hawaii Five-O
7 Movie
56 Bill Moyers' Journal
50 Merv Griffin

the Public Broadcasting System
had seven.
Sunday's awards were for en-
tertainment programs a n d
achievement. News and docu-
mentary awards will be present-
ed tonight in a ceremony in New
York City over CBS.
LAURENCE OLIVIER was nam-
ed outstanding actor in a single
performance for ABC's "L on g
Day's Journey Into Night," and
Cloris Leachman was named out-
standing actress for an ABC
Movie of the Week, "A Brand
New Life." Both also are Oscar
winners.
The CBS movie, "A War of
Children," a portrayal of the
bitter Protestant-Catholic c o n-
flict in Northern Ireland, w a s
named outstanding single drama-
tic program.
Scott Jacoby was named best
supporting actor in a drama for
the ABC movie "That Certain
Summer,' in which he played a
youth trying to cope with his
9:00 9 News
56 Common Ground
9:30 2 Emmy News and Docu-
mentary Awards
9 Front Page Challenge
56 Black Journal
10:00 4 NBC Reports
7 Marcus Welby, M.D.
9 Tuesday Night
50 Perry Mason
56 Detroit Black Journal
10:30 56 PFioject 360
11:00 2 4 7 News
9 CBC News
50 One step Beyond
11:30 2 Movie
4 Johnny Carson
7 Moving Target
9 News
50 Movie
12:000 Movie
1:00 4 7 News
1:45 Movie
3:15 2 News
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father's homosexuality.
Mary Tyler Moore was named
best actress in a comedy, and two
performers on her."The Mary Ty-
ler Moore Show," Ted Knight and
Valerie Harper, were named best
supporting players.
THE EMMY from the National
Academy of Television Arts and
Sciences for best comedy went
for the third year to "All in the
Family."
Jack Klugman, costar of "The
Odd Couple" was named the best
comedy actor for his portrayal
of a sloppy sportswriter. He won
for the same role in 1971.
Another major winner was
"Liza With a Z." The NBC spec-
ial starring Liza Minelli w as
named best single variety show.
It previously won a Peabody
Award.
"AMERICA," the 13-part reflec-
tion on the United States by All-
stair Cooke, was named the out-
standing new series.
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Tuesday, May 22, 1973
4s- u"ierLAST 2 DAYS
STARTS THURSDAY
A Shakespearean actor tries to
get even with the crttics who
have mocked & vilified him
Vincent Price Diana Rigg
lenda Peter
ME# amson * finch
"The Nelson

University Players' Guild Announces
BENEFIT PERFORMANCE
For The
Simpson Memorial Institute
CLARIBEL BAIRD
IN
Oscar Wilde's
The
Importance
of
Being
Earnest,
.with
John Allen H.D. Cameron
Robert Chapel Diane Davermon
Bev Pooley Richard Sole
Ann Temple Jan Young
Directed by
Stephen Wyman & Douglas Sprigg
June 1-10 Mendelssehn Theatre
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number of tickets I price
Thursday, June 7 -riday, J une 8.
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Sunday, June 10
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Winner of EIGHT Academy Awards
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