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THE SUMMER DAILY

Wednesday, August 1, 1973

Page Two THE SUMMER DAILY Wednesday, August 1, 1973

tov,
tonight
6:00 2 -4 7 11 H1Netws
Coerts hip 1ofddie's Father
20 l.and of the Giants
24 ABC News-Smith Reasoner
30 Itlack Liteline's
56 Taking Better Pictures
6:30 2 11 CBS News-Roger Mudd
4 13 NBC News-Jahn Chancellor
7 ABCtNewts-Smith/Reasoner
9 1 Derein tfJeannie-Comedy
24 Dich Van D~yke
50 Gitligan's Island 1 W
56 Guten Tag Wei Geht's
6:4$ 56 German Film
7:00 Truth or Consequences
4 News
7 Tn Tell The Truth
9 Bverlt Hllllies
11 Tn Telt the Truth
13 What's My Line?
20 Nanny and the Professor
24 Beeling ter Dollars
50 1 Love Lucy
7:344 2 What's My Line?
4 Festival nt Family Classies
7 Wild Kingdom
9 News-Don Daly
It Pnlice Snrgeon
13Truth or Consequences
20 Rifleman
24 Let's Make a Deal
50 Hogan's Heroes
56 Consumer Game
800 Atl in the Family
413Adam-12
7 24 Thicker Than Water
9 Feo Foothall
t tGenerations in Speed
20 Burke's Law BW
50 Diragnet
56 What's the Big Idea?
8:30 2 11 Baseball
4 13 Banacek
7 24 Movie-Western
"The Devil and Miss Sarah"
50 Merv Griffin
9:00 20 Ozzie and Harriet
56 MusicaiEncounnter
9::0 20Se veenH undredClub
56 Man Builds, Man Destroys
10:00 4 13 Search
7 24 Owen Marshall
50Perry Mason BW
56 First Edition-Tell It All
10:30 9 Summer Games Preview
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd Robertson
50 One Step Beyond-Drama BW
11:30 2 11 Movie-Comedy
"The Patsy" (1964)
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
9 News
20 Camp Meeting Hour-Religion
50 Movie-Drama BW
"Espionage Agent." (1939)
12:00 9 Movie-Biography
"The Eddy Duchin Story."
(1956)
1:00 4 7 13 News
1:30 2 Movie-Comedy BW
"Blondie's Lucky Day." (1946)
11 News
3:00 2 News
WINTERS' SERIES
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Jona-
than Winters will film a second
season of his syndicated series
"Wacky World of Jonathan Win-
ters."

Drinan submits bill
to impeach Nixon

WASHINGTON (UPI) - Citing
the secret bombing of Cambodia
in 1969 and 1970, Rep. Robert
Drinian (D-Mass.), introduced in
the House yesterday the f i r s t
resolution calling for impeach-
ment of President Nixon.
Drinan's bill was not given the
privileged status he could have
demanded. Had he asked, t he
House would have been forced to
stop all other business while the
impeachment resolution was re-
solved.
SEVERAL OTHER bills h a v e
been introduced in the House
since revelations of the Water-
gate scandal began that have
called for a committee of inquiry
Io look into the possibility of im
peachment. But Drinan's was the

first actual impeachment resolu-
tion.
Drinan, a Roman Catholic
priest, said in a statement, "I
have come to the point where I
must follow my convictions and
my conscience and recommend
that the House of Representatives
pursue its duty under Article 2
Section 4 of the Constitution
which provides for the impeach-
ment of the President."
Drinan could have sought re-
cognition on the floor, and de-
manded that the House begin
impeachment proceedings. If he
had received a second to his mo-
tion the business of the House
would have been suspended until
it decided whether to impeace.
IF APPROVED, it would have
been sent to the Senate for trial.
Instead, Drinan's bill was re-
ferred to the House Judiciary
Committee, which has been re-
luctant in the past to take up the
impeachment issue. The House
leadership has said it felt im-
peachment proceedings w e r e
"premature."
Asked why he chose not to in-
terrupt House. business, Drinan
told reporters that "if we had
forced the issue now, a lot of
people would have sustained him."
HE SAID a similar try was
made in the 1930s to impeach
President Herbert Hoover, but
only 11 members voted in favor.
PARAMOUNT PRODUCTION
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Para-
mount Studios will produce "Paul
and Michelle," a sequel to
"Friends," the story of a young
boy and girl.

Dial 662-6264
231S. State St.
STATE
STARTS
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RYAN @:.:.
'® A Pirmn ee Pas

Rep. Drinan
THE SUMMER DAILY, summer edi-
tion of The Michigan Daily
Vol. LXXXI4, No. 52-S
Wedhesday, August 1, 1973
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I

ar~Remembeor
Remember whenguys
wore engineer boots and
sported ducktail hairdo's?
And gals wore pedal
pushers and swinging
pony tails? Remember
Hula Hoops, the Edsel,
Aarilvn 3l- all the fun :

STARTS TODAY! A~I61
DIAL 668-6416
NOTE
SPECIAL
SHOW is a genuine masterpiece of staggering proportions."
TIMES -Edward Behr, Newsweek
WED.F
AT
1:15 was presented for the first time October 14,1972; that
3:30 date should become a landmark in movie history. A film
6:45 that has made the strongest impression on me in almost
9 P.M. twenty years of reviewing." -Pauline Kael, New Yorker
THURS.
~i. gg~~c*V MWrmi.
7 P. is not a'dirty' movie. The film is stark, sensitive and
& 9:15 completely shattering in its intensity. Yes, by all means,
See'Last Tango'." -Aaron Schindler, Family Circle
PASS
LIST
and 'J S, hL9 Ad
Bargain is not about sex and it is not about inhumanity. It is about the
Day
Suspended things that a man lives by. There's just nothing to compare
with it in recent experience. It is very much worth seeing."
Admission -Judith Crist, 'Today' Show
For453
ALLS ; f ad
Is is not prurient. Rather, it uses sex to study human pai,
$2.S0 failure, loneliness, despair and at moments even love."
-Ethel Whitehorn, PTA Magazine
Good on I t t9 oh9Ed
Day of Sole -
ony is a rich, resonant film . .. a magnificent one.
--Bruce Cook, The National Observer
X-Rated
Positively
No One
Under
1ATT
Admitted
UNITED
ARTISTS

CHUCK BERRY - LITTLE RICHARD " FATS DOMINO - CHUBBY CHECKER
BO DIDDLEY " 5 SATINS - THE SHIRELLES - THE COASTERS
DANNY & THE JUNIORS and special quest star BILL HALEY & THE COMETS
artZICADULTSIONLY
U I'qu , I I
/Pt AYSOY
dlea mm o ayfor
Its. Judith Crist
NEW YORK MAGAZINE s

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