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THE SUMMER DA ILY

Friday, May 25, 1973

Page iwo THE SUMMER DAILY Friday, May 25, 1973

tv,
tonight
6:0 2 4 7 11 13 News
9Courtship of Eddie's Father
20 Land of the Giants
24 ABC News-Smith/Reasoner
50 Fintstones
56 Vanishing Wilderness
6:30 2 11 CBS News-Walter Cronkite
4 13 NBC News-SmithReasoner
9 1 Dream of/Jeannie
24 Dick Van Dyke
50 Gilligan's Island
56 Bridge with Jean Cox
7:00 2 Troth or Consequences
4 News
7 To Tell the Truth
9 Beverly Hinllbiies -
11 To Tell the Truth
13 What's My Line?
20 Nanny and the Professor
24 Bowling for Dollars
50 I Love Lucy
5t World Press
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4 Hollywood Squares
7 Wait Till Your Father Gets
Home
9 Lassie
1 YouAsked for It
13 Truth or Consequences
20 Good News-Religion
24 Wait Till our Father Gets
Home
50 Wal Street Week
50 Hogan's Heroes
8:00 2 11 Movie
"Run Wild, Run Free."
(English; 169)
4 13 Sanford and Son
7 24 Brady Bunch
9 Pig and Whistle
20 Burke's Law
56 Washington Week in Review
50 Dragnet
1:30 4 13 Little People
7 24 Partridge Family
9 Sports Scene
50 Mere Griffin
56tOff the Record
9:00 4 Birth of a Metropolis
An in-depth look at Oakland
County
7 24 Rom 27
9 News-Don West
13 Circle of Fear
20 Ozzie and Harriet
56 Turning Points
0130 2 11 Movie-
"hunter," (1972 made-for-'V
7 24 Odd Couple
9 Woods and Wheels
20 Seven Hundred Club
56 A Promise Shared
10:00 4 13 Bold Ones
7 24 Love, American Style
9 Tommy Hunter
50 Perry Mason
56 The Toy That Grew Up
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd Robertson
50 One Step Beyond
11:30 2 Movie-Drama
"The Purple Plain." (English;
1954) Gregory Peck
4 13 Johnny Carson
Mayor John Lindsay
Joel Gray
7 24 In Concert-Music
Miles Davis, Albert King,
Slade, Dan Hicks and His Hot
Licks and Dr. John
9News
11 Movie
"Where Were You When the
Lights Went Out?" (1968)
20 Right On-Music
50 Movie
"Dead of Night" (English; 1945)
Michael Redgrave
12:00 5 Movie-Western
"California." (1946) Ray Mil-
land, Barbara Stanwyck, Bar-
ry Ficzgerald
1:00 4 13 Midnight Special
Gladys Knight and the Pips
the Stple Singers, John
StewartDr. John
'I
$2.00 8:30
FRI.-SAT.
SARA GREY

CARSON'S PORTLY SIDE-KICK

Easy.i
By VERNON SCOTT
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Easy
Ed McMahon, t h e drinking
member of the Carson - MMa-
hon team of the "Tonight" show,
may look relaxed on the tube
but he's a dynamo on his own
time.
McMahon likely is the most
astute businessman in show
business, Bob Hope notwith-
standing.
Profile
IN ADDITION to his appear-
ances on television - and re-
cently in motion pictures - the
big, bluff McMahon is deeply in-
volved with commercials for a
brewery, real estate develop-
ment, manufacturing and other
enterprises.
Ed has four homes.
His estranged wife lives in
the family headquarters in
THE SUMMER DAILY, summer edi-
tion of The Michigan Daily
vol. LXXXIII, No. 13-S
Friday, May 26, 1973
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7 Movie-Drama
"Bronco Buster" (1952)
1:30 2 Movie
"Blondie" (1938)
9 Wrestling
11 News
2:30 4 13 News
3:00 2 7 News
SPOTTER'S r
ri GUILD
June 3
9 A.M.-3 P.M.
201 Hill Street
Ann Arbor (
rU i~ or co>

Ed McMahon

Bronxville, N.Y., a suburb of
New York City.
SON MICHAEL, 22, and daugh-
ter Claudia, 26, work and live in'
Avalon, N. J., where the Mc-
Mahons have a large summer
home. Jeff, 13, lives at home
with his mother. Linda, 18, is in
school in Boston.
McMahon's third house is in a
development on Florida's west
coast called Rotunda West. He
is a member of the corporation
which bought scores of acres in
the area, including the old Van-
derbilt estate where housing ev-
entually will provide homes for
80,000 persons.
It also boasts seven golf cour-
ses. McMahon's house perches
on the shore of a small lake over-
looking a fairway.
THE HOME in which he spends
most time, however, is a large
apartment right on the water of
Marina del Rey, a few miles
from downtown Los Angeles.
"I'm a Pisces," McMahon ex-
plained. "I love the water. It's
great to get up in the morning
and look out on the Pacific-see-
ing the same sight that greeted
Balboa and Magellan."
White sails dot the oceanfront
in an ever changing panorama.
McMahon doesn't have a boat of
his own because there isn't time
to take care of it, much Jess
spend his days sailing.
AS IT IS, he arises early to
conduct business by telephone in
various parts of the country. By
noon he is off to Hollywood for

a combination lunch - business
meeting. After lunch he reports
to NBC studios in Burbank where
the Carson show is taped.
There is little rehearsal for the
ad lib show, except for commer-
cials-which McMahon attends to.
He's free by 7:30 in the eve-
ning, time enough to get back to
his apartment where he enjoys
cooking for friends. McMahon is
immodest about his culinary ac-
complishments, saying he is an
excellent chef.

McMAHON, despite his busy
schedule and obvious symbols of
success, misses his children. He
flies to New York at least once
a month to spend a day with one
or another of them.
"It's a good way to get to
know your kids," he said, "see-
ing them one at a time. I just
wish we had more time togeth-
er."
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Rus-
sian - born Feodor Chaliapin, will
play a boss of the Mafia under-
world in Columbia's "My Bro-
ther Anastasia."
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - MGM
and Cinerama have entered a
joint production to make an un-
disclosed number of motion pic-
tures.

MAJOR EVENTS COMMITTEE
EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
. PRESENTS:
SAVOY BROWN
MANFRED MANN
Siegel-Schwall Band
Dr. Hook & The Medicine Co.
SAT., JUNE 9--4 P.M.
EMU Campus-Rynearson Stadium
$5 advanced $6 at the door (gen. adin.)
TICKETS AT: McKenny Union
Ann Arbor Music Mart
Huckleberry Party Store
All Hudson's and Grinnells
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