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THE SUMMER DAILY

Saturday, June 2, 1972

Page Two THE SUMMER DAILY Saturday, June 2, 1 97~

tov.
tonight.
6:00 2 4 11 13 News
9 This Is Your Life
20 Temple Baptist Church
50 Star Trek
6:30 2 11 CBS News-Roger Mudd
4 13 NBC News-Garrick Utley
7 24 Reasoner Report
9 Bandwagou
20 czzie and Harriet
56 Consumer Game
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
4 George Pierrot
7 News
9 Untamed World
11 50iBee Haw
13 Lawrence Welk
20 Movie
"War of the Colossal Beast"
(1958)
24 Call of the West
56 The Mischkiets
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
8:00 211All in the Family
4 13 Emergency!
7 24 Here We Go Again
9 Song of the Island
56 Hollywood Television Theatre
"The Andersonville Trial"
8:30 2 11 Bridget Loves Bernie
7 24 A Touch of Grace
20 Movie
"Orders Are Orders" (English
1954)
50 Nitty Gritty
9:00 2 11 Mary Tyler Moore
4 13 Movie
"Play Dirthy"
7 24 The Strauss Family
9 Naked Mind
Experiment in psychoanalysis
50 Black Omnibus
9:30 2 11 Bob Newhart
10:00 2 1 1Mission: Impossible
7 24 Assignment: Vienna
9 Gallery
20 Seven Hundred Club
50 Lou Gordon
Male Chauvinism in the
medical profession
10:30 59Document
11:00 2 7 11 News
9 CBC News-George Finstad
24 ABC News Sans Donaldson
11:15 7 ABC News-Sam Donadson
9 Heritage highway
24 Flipside
11:20 9 News
11:30 2 Movie
"Retreat, Hell!" (1952)
4 13 News
7 Music
"Beloved Infidel" (1959)
9 Movie
"The 4D Man." (1959)
11 Movie
"The Bunters" (19558)
Robert Mitchum, Robert
Wagner, May Britt
50 Movie
"Terror in the Haunted House"
(1959)
11:45 24 Rollin'
12:00 4 Johnny Carson
Peter Bogdanovich, Ryan
O'Neal, Ursula Andress and
George Maharis

RICK DU BROW:
Television in review

HOLLYWOOD - Notes to watch
television by:
The Headliners: Bobby Riggs,
the 55-year-old ex-tennis champ
who recently routed the world's
top woman player, Margaret
Court, 3(, in a nationally tele-
vised match, will be the guest
commentator for NBC-TV's June
Soviets
ink - p
NEW YORK (R) - The Na-
tional Broadcasting Co. and the
Soviet Union will be able to
exchange television and r a d i o
programs and personnel under
what NBC calls a "wide-ranging,
long-term agreement."
NBC President Julian Good-
man and Sergei G. Lapin, chair-
man of the State Committee of
TV Broadcasting of the S o v i e t
Council of Ministers, signed the
agreement Thursday.
THOMAS McMANUS, president
of NBC International Ltd., said
he hoped future exchanges would
include news specials, documen-
taries, sports programs and en-
tertainment shows.
The main purpose of the com-
pact, which followed f o u r
years of negotiations, *s "to
enhance the cooperation and un-
derstanding between the people
of the United States and t h e
USSR through the exchange of
radio and television programs,"
McManus said.
Lapin said, "I am confident it
will improve relations between
our countries. I congratulate
NBC for being a pioneer in this
direction."
13 Movie
"The Devil's Messenger"
(swedish 1961)
4 51 13 News
7 Movie
"The World in His Arms"
(1952)
Gregory Peck, Ann Blyth,
Anthony Quinn
3:00 2 7 News

11 Monday night baseball game
San Francisco Giants at New
York Mets . . . He will be the
first non-baseball celebrity-to join
the regular announcer-commen-
tators, Curt Gowdy and Tony
Kubek.
A TOP NBC-TV executive said
long ago that the network's Flip
Wilson has - wanted to switch
from a weekly series to specials,
and now it is reported that plans
will go into effect after the com-
ing season.
WILSON is one of the hottest
ratings attractions on video de-
spite the surprisingly strong
head-on competition this p a st
season of the new CBS-TV ser-
ies "The Waltons."
"The Waltons" and Wilson com-
bined to knock off another head-
on competitor, ABC-TV's "The
Mod Squad" - it won't be back
next season.
THIS SUMMER, Wilson's
Thursday night time slot, which
he will occupy again in the new
fall program lineup opposite
"The Waltons" once more, will
be taken over by singer Helen.
Reddy for an eight-show variety
series, starting June 28 . * .
ABC-TV says it is planning to
show the Barbra Streisand mov-
ie "Funny Girl" next season .. .
Same network says it also has
plans to broadcast the motion
picture "Evel Knievel," about the
motorcycle wizard of that name,
portrayed by George Hamilton.
One of the top contemporary
music. groups, Chicago will have
a half-hour special on ABC-TV
July 17, taped in Colorado . .
Title: "Chicago: High in the,
Rockies" . . . Scott Jacoby, the
teen-ager who earned acclaim
this season playing opposite Hal
Holbrook in the teleplay "T h a t
Certain Summer," is taking on a
regular role in the daytime ABC-
F-;;e

TV soap opera "One Life to
Live."
The programs: Several months
ago, NBC-TV put on a drama,
"Duty Bound," which, in t h e
form of a trial, examined the
subject of amnesty for those who
evaded military service during
the Vietnam War, and was ac-
companied by a request for view-
ers to act as the jury, mailing in
their decisions . . . This Sun-
day, the network airs a follow-
up program, "Duty Bound: The
Verdict," dealing with the re-
sults of the write-in vote . . .
ALSO SUNDAY, Los Angeles'
newly elected first black mayor,
Thomas Bradley, is interviewed
on ABC-TV's "Issues and A n -
swers."
THE SUMMER DAILY, summer edi-
tion of The Michigan Gaily
Vol. LXXXIII, No. 17-S
Friday, June 1, 1973
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TV' shorts
Anne Lockhart, who will be in
the cast of the Haltmark Hall
of Fame drama, "Lisa, Bright
and Dark," in the fall, is the
daughter of June Lockhart, vet-
eran stage, movie and television
star.
Jada Rowland, an original cast
member at age 11 when "Th e
Secret Storm" daytime drama
series began on CBS Feb. 2, 1954,
has returned to the cast as the
same character after being off
the program for two years. The
series marked its 5,0(1th broad-
cast in May.
The Coaches All-Star F o o t-
ball Game July 27 at Soldier
Field in Chicago will be tele-
cast at 9:35 p.m., by ABC. The
Miami Dolphins, pro football's
Super Bowl Champions, will meet
a team of the best seniors of
the 1972 college season.
No more suspense - B e r t
Parks will be back to put the
Miss America Pageant through
it's annual paces at Atlantic City
on Sept. I. But isn't he always?
Vonda Van Dyke, Miss America
of 1965, will serve as co-host
for the NBC telecast of the spe-
tacle.
Irish star Cyril Cusack will
be in the cast of "Catholics"
when this dramatization of Brian
Moore's new novel of that title
is telecast as a "CBS Playhouse
90" attraction in the fall.

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