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TF SUMMER DAILY

Friday, June 1, 1973

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tonight
6:00 ? 4 7 11 13 New
7Courtshiplof ddiP.'s ;h1r
?0 Land of the (tiants
?74 ABC News,-Sniith,'Reasoner
i0 Fltntston es
56 TolBe Xnnollnced
6:30 '?11CB~s Nets-Wail,-t-Cronkite
4 13 NBC New-.john Choonellor
7AB;('N(!ws-Swith ltaoner
9 IDream of Jeannie
741Iflck Van Dyke
50 Gitllgan's Island
5r, Bridge with Jean Cox
7:00 ? Tnth or Consequences
4 New s
7 T wrell the Truth
9 Beverly Hillbillies
01 To Tell the Troth
13 What's My line?
20 Nanny and" he Peofessor
24 Bawling torDollars
50ILoveLacy
56WoldPress
7:30 2 What's My Line
4 Bollywood Squares
7 Wait Till Year Father G~et
11 Yon Ashed For It
13 Tenth or Consequece
20 Good News-Religio
74 Wait TiltYouteFthe1e0s
56 Wall Street Weeh
50 Bogan's Beroes
t8:00 2 11 Movie
"The Maltese Bippy" (1969)
4 13 Sanford and Son
724BradyBunch
9t Pig and Whist01
20 Bathe's Law
56 Washingston Week in Revsiew
50 Dragnet
0:30 4 13 Little People
7 24 Partridge Fatally
9 David Frost Revuet
501Merv triftin
56 Oft the Recnrd
9:i04 Geoge Pierrot'sDetrait
724BRoom 222
9 Ness-Dan West
13 Circle of Feae
20 Ozzie and Harriet
5,6 Tarning Points
9:30 2 I1 Movie
"A Walk with Livt and DeathO"
7 24 Odd Couple
9S pors toScre
70 SesvonIHundred Cluh
56 Acupunctare: Medicine or
Magic?
10:005 4 13 Bold tOnes
7 24 Lose, Atmerican Style
9 'ommay hunter
50 Perry Mason
5t The Toy That Grew Up
11:00 27 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC Nesws-Lloyd IRohertsool
50 One Step Beyond
1113072Mavie
"Bad tolio" (1947)
Bing Croshy and Boh Hope
4 13 Johnn'y.Carsaot
Tony Curtis
7 74 Jack Paar Tonite
"(woick Before'15 Melts." (1965)
20 fRight (In
50 Masie
"HIr. Socrates" (1935)
Paul Muni
12:00 9 Masie
"'rhe Blig Stret" 01047
Hlenry Fonda, Lacille Ball,
Agaes Moorehead
l:00 4 13 Midnighlt Special
7 lMovsie

RICK DU BROW: 0 at iet
0WTele visio.n in review TetePoeMCIA

lI i i f, WOiOD -- Two series,
(I ,'-TV's "The Waltons" and
N', -TV's "America," are the
too 'vote-getters in the annual
Critics' Consensus awards for
"excentional costributions to tele-
Vi'sion."
"The Waltons" concerns a
large anod affectionate Ameni-
can mountain family in the 1930s
Denression.
"America" was a ptersonal tou~r
of United States history by All-
stair Cooke, British-born journal-
ist-brondcasters who is a long-
timne U.S.- citizen.
Both earned 14 of a possible
18 votes in the poll of television
colulmnists. Entries are declared
winners if two thirds of the
columnists vote fo them.
The enttien in the' Critics' Con-
sensus balloting are nominated by
the colimnists. There are no
categories and few awards, in
contrast to the video industry's
Emmy ceremonies.
IN ADDITION to "The W a 1-
toss" and "America," four oth-
er Critics' Consensus entries,
each of which got 12 votes, were
declared wianers in the compe-
tition, which covered the period
from May 1, 1972 to April 30 o
this year, They are:
-"L~ong Day's Journey into
Night,"' ABC-TV's presentation
of Eugene O'Neill's autobiograph-
ical play, starring Laurence Oli-
vier and Conslance Cummings.
-"VD Blules," a program that
use an essentially entertamn-
maul format to give information
shout veneral disease, and was
aired by noneommercial televis-
ion's Public Broadcastiug Serv-
THIE SUMMER DAILY, ouwmseredio-
tiossof The MichignaOily
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1:30 7 Movie
"The Awful Dr. Oroff"
(Spanish 1901)
9 wrestling
11 News
2:30 4 1:1 News
3:0102 7 Newss

ice netwsork, with Dick Cavett as
host.
--Lien Minnelli, for her per-
formance in bet NBC-TV musi-
cal special "Liza with a Z,"
which was virtually a one-woman
show.
-Alistair Cooke, for his con-
tributions to the "America" ser-
ies as writer and narrator. Be
was the on-camera host as well,
THE SIX WINNERS are the
largest number of entries honor-
ed by the Critics' Consensus since
its start eight years ago.
Besides the programming and
individuols that got a two-thirds
or better vote, oher nominees
figured rominently in the ballot-
ing. For example, Hal Holbrook
had 11 votes for his performance
in the ABC-TV teleplay "T h at
Certsin Summer". as a 'ivorced
man Incedwith explamning he is
a homosexual to his visiting
young son.
Also getting 11 votes in the lat-
est pool was ABC-TV's coverage
of the Munich Olympic Games
last summer. In additlon, t h e
this "F1O1KMD
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sse network's reporting of the
violesnce and death that began
when Arab guerrillas seized Is-
raeli tram members as hostages
at the Munich Olympics got eigh~t
ballots. And ABC-TV's Jim Mc-
Eay, a sportscaster who w as
deeply involved in the coverage
of both these Olympic stories,
won 10 voles.
OTHER NOMINEES with 10
ballots were Olivier, for his per-
formance in "Long Day's Journ-
ey into Night"; writer Earl Ham-
ner Jr., for his part in creating
"The Waltons" which is drawn
in good measure from his boy-
hood reminiscences; and "Liza
snith a Z."
Nine of the critics voted to
censulre CBS-TV for no showing
its scheduled adaptation of the
stage play "Sticks and Bones,"
an angry and satirical work
about a U.S. Vietnam veteran
who returns to his family.

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