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THE SUMMER DAILY

Thursday, July 26, 1973

Page Two THE SUMMER DAILY Thursday, July 26, 1973

t.v.
tonight
000 2 4 7 11 13 News
Courtship of Eddie's Father
20 Stagecoach West
24 ABC News-Smith/Reasoner
50 Flintstones
56 Llias, Yoga and You
6:30 2 11 CBS News-Roger Mudd
4 13 NBC News-John Chancelor
7 ABC News--Smith/Rteasoner
9 1 Dream of Jeannie
24 Dick Van Dyke
50 Gilligan's Island
56 Making Things Grow
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
4 News
7 To Tell the Truth
1 Beverly Hllbillies
11 To Tell the Teth
13 What's My Line?
20 Nanny and the Professor
24 Bowling for Dollars
50 I Love Lucy
56 Course of Our Times
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4 Circus!
7 Michigan Outdoors
9 Movie-Adventure
"Tarzan's Peril." (1951)
11 Parent Game
24 Circus!
50 Hogan's Heroes
56 Inner-City Freeway _
8:00 2 11 The Waltons
4 13 Helen Reddy
7 24 Mod Squad
20 Wrestling
30 5 Playhouse New York
Biography
50 Dragnet
8:30 50 Merv Griffin
9:00 2 Movie
"Jesse James." (1939)
4 13 Ironsid
7 24 Kung Fu-Drama
9 News-Don Daly
it Movie
"The Moon Is Bie." (1953)
20 Lee Trevino's Golf for Swingers
9:309 Happy Though Married
20 Seven Hundred Club
30 56 Just Jazz
10:00 4 13 Music Country
7 24 Streets of San Francisco
9 MS!-Interview
50 Perry Mason BW
56 Masterpiece Theatre
10:30 9 Countrytime
10:30 5 Countrytime
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 Cl3C News-Lloyd Robertson'
50 One Step Beyond
11:0 9 News
1:302 2 Slovie-Drama
"They Ran for Their Lives"
(1965)
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Jack Paar Tonite
20 Walters Family-Music
50 Movie-Western BW
"Colorado Territory." (1949)
11:40 9 Canadian Open Report
12:00 9 Movie-Musical
"Rainbow Island." (1964)
1:0004 7 13 News
1:20 2 Movie-Drama BW
"The Walls of Jericho." (1948)
it News
?:50 2 News
THE SUMMER DAILY, summer edi-
tion of 'he Michigan Daily
Vol. LXXXIII, No. 48-S
Thursday, July 26, 1973
is edited and managed by students at
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The Place To Meet
INTERESTING People
BACH CLUB
Thurs., July 26-8 p.m.
presentin
BRUCE GUSTAFSON &
ARTHUR LAWRENCE
performing
MUSIC FOR
TWO HARPSICHORDS
Works of Soler, Couperin,

Leroux, Byrd,
& Johann Ludwig Krebs
(Bach's best student)
730 TAPPAN
Memorial Christian Church
cornerof Hill
REFRESHMENTS AFTERWARDS
(Oatmeal Cokes with
Buttermilk Sauce) -
No Musical Knowledge Needed.
Everyone Welcome
Admission 50c

Watkins Glen gets ready

WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. UP) -
Joe Conley will take in the chaise
lounges in front of his motel this
weekend, but will leave the
American flag flying.
There is going to be a rock
concert in this town of 3,000
people, probably the biggest since
1969 when more than 400,000 peo-
ple assembled at Woodstock,
N.Y., and an estimated 300,000
gathered at Altamont in Califor-
nia.
THE ALTAMONT festival de-
picted in the movie "Gimmie
Shelter" was thought by many to
signal the end of the large rock
festival. At that event, H e I1s
Angels, hired as guards, killed at
least one festival goer.
People in this community are
willing to put up with nearly any-
thing, but they want it orderly,"
said Mayor Bill Simiele.
"We are sweating this one out.
We don't want to become known
as another Woodstock."
THE CONCERT will be held
Saturday at the Watkins Glen
Grand Prix race course, an auto-
mobile track a few miles outside
of town.
The concert promoters say tick-
et sales will stop at 150,000. State
police will stop people without
tickets 20 miles down the road.
But Sheriff Maurice Dean expects
at least 200,000 people in the
area.
"Everyone in town is a little
apprehensive," Dean said. "At
the same time, the local people
are all talking to me about how
to get tickets for their kids."

RACES AT THE track have
often attracted more than 100,-
000 people. It's a scene people
in Watkins Glen have learned to
cope with.
"This is different," said Sim-
iele. "It's something new and
nobody knows what to expect.
It's an unknown. Everybody is
deeply concerned, but nobody
is talking much about it."
Conley, the motel owner, spent
Tuesday collecting the signatures
of 37 businessmen on a petition
sent to Gov. Nelson Rockefeller.
SINCE THE state has granted
the permit for the concert, said
the petition, "the undersigned
businessmen and taxpayers do
solemnly and respectively request
that our property and well being
be preserved and protected."
"The petition speaks for it-
self," said Conley. "But I'll tell
you this, I don't expect all those
kids to go to sleep Saturday
night when that concert is over."
A vanguard of several hundred
people with back packs and sleep-
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ing bags has arrived in town, shore of Seneca Lake and tourism
Barefoot, cut-off jeans, long hair, is major business. Siemiele runs
it's a sight that some residents Capt. Bill's Boat Rides on the
find disturbing. lake.

NORMA ROGERS now sleeps
at night in the food stand she
manages since someone broke in
and cooked hamburgers an the
grill.
"If it gets too bod, I'll just
close up," she said. "The prob-
lem is not the people, it's the
number of people."
The town is nestled on the

"I CAN'T understand w h a t
good it is going to do for the
town," said Simiele. "It is go-
ing to kill our regular tourist
business. We gain nothing from
it. It could ruin us."
But Simiele is hopeful. "Mon-
day morning we will just sweep
the streets and go on, I hope," he
said.

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