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THE SUMMER DAILY

Saturday, June 9, 197/3

Page Two THE SUMMER DAILY Saturddy, June 9, 1973

tov.
tonight
6:00 2 4 11 13 News
9 This is Your Life
20 Temple Baptist Church
50 StarTekh
56 White Haired Girl
A ballet produced in the Peo-
ple's Republic of China
6:301 2 11 CBS News-Rogee Mtdd
4 13 NC News-Garriek Utley
7 24 Reasoner Report
9 Bandwagon
20Ozzie and Harriet
7:00 2 Superstars of Rock
Helen Reddy and Mac Davis
_ 4 George Pierrot
7 News
9 Untamed World
11 50 Hee Haw
13 Lawrence Welk
20 Movie
"Invasion of the Saucer Men"
(1957)
24 Call of the West
7:30 2 Young Dr. Kildare
4 Johnny Mann's stand Up
and Cheer
7 Town Meeting
9 Flipside
24 Johnny Mann sStand Up
and Cheer
56 To Be Announced
8:00 2 11 All in the Fanily
4 13 Emergency!
724 Iere We Go Again
S Sinsaong Joilee
56 The Session
Ann Arbor's Brownsville
50 That Good Ole Nashville Music
h:30 2 11 Bridget Loves Bernie
7 24 A Touch of Grace
9 Cletson E. Goodhue Show
20 Moi,
"The Steel Key" (English
1953)
56 Playhose New York Biography
"Baleo"
50 Nitty-Gritty
9:00 2 11 Mary Tyler Moore
413 Movie
"What Did You Do in the
War, Daddy?" (1066)
.7 24 The Strauss Fanily
S Edith Pat siography)
50 Black Omnibus
Jimmy Brown
9:30 2 11-Bob Newhart
10:00 Mission: Impossile
7 24 Assignment: Vienna
9 Gallery
The transistor
20 Seven Hundred Club
0 Lou Gordon
Disrcusion of amnesty for
draft resisters with James
Reston and William Bell
56 Two Arctic Tales
10::30 5 Document
11:00 2 7 11 News
9 CBC News-George Finstad
24 ABC News-Sam Donaldson
11:15 7 ABC News-Sam Donaldson
9 A Look Back
24 Flipside -
11:20 4 13 News
11:30 2 Movie
"Return to Paradise" (1953)
Gary Cooper. Robertaaynes
7 Movie .
"The Comancheros." (1961)
John Wayne, Ina Balin, Stuart
Whitman
9 Movie
"Theatre of Death." (English;
1967)
11 Movie
"Halls of Montezuma." (1950)
TIE SUMMER DAILY, summer Edi-
tion of The Michigan Daily
Vol. LXXXIII, No. 23-S
Saturday, June 9, 1973
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JAY SHARBUTT:
TelevIsion in re view

NEW YORK - CBS' decision
to end "instant analysis" right
after presidential speeches puz-
1les NBC anchorman John Chan-
cellor. At ABC, it draws disap-
proval from Harry Reasoner and
mixed reactions from Howard
K. Smith.
CBS anchorman Walter Cron-
kite couldn't be reached for
comment; he's on vacation. His
summer fill-in, Roger Mudd,
was busy Thursday helping put
together the CBS Evening News
and wasn't heard from.
BUT ONE thing is clear, as they
say in television. CBS' departure
from "instant analysis" wasn't
prompted by pressure from the
network's approximately 500 af-
filiates, says CBS chairman
William Paley.
Be said in an interview "there's
no question that in this country
there are people, including af-
filiates, who haven't been too
happy with instant analysis.
"But it had nothing whatsoever
to do, I can promise you, with
out decision. This was made on
the basis of merit. It has been
before us for study and con-
sideration for at least a year
and maybe longer."
NBC AND ABC say they'll still
c o n t i n u e their correspon-
dents' analyses that immediate-
ly follow presidential speeches.
CBS now will delay it until the
next scheduled CBS News pro-
gram, at the earliest.
In effect, it means the first
weeknight analysis of an evening
presidential speech would be on
the CBS Morning News, the net-
work says. CBS also will set
aside time, "generally not later
than one week after the presi-
Richard Widmark, Jack Pa-
lance, Karl Malden, Richard
Boone, Jack Webb
50 Movie
"Beast from Haunted Cave."
(1959)
11:45 24 Rollin'
11:50 4 Johnny Carson
George Peppard, Suzanne
Pleshette, comic Rodney
Dangerfield
13 Movie
"The George Raft story." (1961)
1:20 4 13 News
1:30 2 Wagon Train
7 Movie
"Pony Soldier." (1952) Tyrone
Power
11 News
3:00 2 Divorce Court
7 News
- -
0 Art I Closed
for remodelin 0
COMING SOON Q
Artl&ll 0
-Ii --'--i<-i - y

dent speaks," for opposing view-
points to be heard.
The latter would apply on ma-
jor policy matters in "which
there is significant national dis-
agreement," CBS said.
N B C ' s CHANCELLOR
says he's "puzzled" by CBSs
abolishment of "instant analy-
sis," a phrase coined in 1969 by
Vice President, Agnew in a
speech highly critical of network
television news.
"I don't know what prompted
it," Chancellor said of the CBS
move. "I have no idea why
they'd do that because I think
any news organization has to
keep itself open for a utilization
of various techniques of cover-
ing and analyzing the news and
putting it into perspective."
He said there are times when
"if you haven't had any kind of
clue as to what's coming up in a
presidential speech, the best
thing you can do is summarize
and get off the air.
"BUT THERE are times when
you do know the background,
either because the White House
has told you or because you've
done your homework. And then
I think it's your responsibility to
fill it in as quickly as you can."
ABC's Smith says he approves

of CBS' end of immediate analy-
sis only in those cases in which
the content of a presidential
speech is a total surprise to
newsmen and no advance clues
on it are available.
Smith said he shares the con-
cern of CBS' Eric Sevareid
about the dangers of instant anal-
ysis, "but in so many cases we
do get briefings beforehand, so
the speech doesn't come as a
complete surprise.

"IN THAT CASE IEthink in-
stant analysis is all right, be-
cause it's not really instant."
Reasoner said he was sorry to
hear of CBS' ban on the instant
analysis because "I just hate
ironclad policies, or abitrary
policies.
"I think it's just as wrong to
say you aren't going to do im-
mediate analysis as it is to say
you always are. It depends on a
lot of things.
"IT USUALLY isn't instant,"
he said, referring to advance
briefings given newsmen or
work they've done on their own.
"I think the name instant
analysis gives a bad impression
and I'm glad we're keeping our
option to do it when it seems
anronriate."

Peter O'Toole,
Sophia Loren,
& James Coco
in the
Greatest
Romantic
Musical
Adventure
of All Time!

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