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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, July 9, 1976

Pg T_ HEM-HIGN-AIY-riayJuy.,.97

Very interesting bits of diversified information
Capella is the brightest star If you open a can of water Add diced orange and grated
in the constellation Auriga and chestnuts or bamboo shoots and orange rin to pancake batter;
one of the 10 brightest stars In don't use them all, cover the bake the pancakes and serve
the heavens. rem'oinder with cold water in a with orange-flavor honey.
jar. 'over the jar and refrig-
In 1524, Giovanni da Verra- erate. They'll keep for several If your family likes okra,
zano explored America's north- days at least, if you change the they'll enjoy having it added to
east coast. water every day. tomato soup.

MICK JAGGER & JAMES FOX in

1968

PERFORMANCE
Like John Lennon, Jagger expanded his role as rock singer and became a
cultural spokesman by appearing in films but this film is a for cry from the
Beatles' movies or HOW I WON THE WAR. Featuring brilliant, Prousian
tune-wrap cinematography, a tour de force soundtrack (including Jagger's
MEMO TO TURNER and songs by Randy Newman, Merry Clayton and Jack
Nitzsche and intense Stanislouskian interaction it's as crazy as the late
'60's-as psychedelic as it is psychological.
SAT.: Firesign Theatre in FIRESIGN FUNNIES
CINEMA GUILD TONIGHT AT OLD ARCH. AUD.
7:0& 9:30 Admission $1 .25

Fear grows for
Uganda hostage
(Continued from Page 1) learn Mrs. Bloch's whereabouts.
when the plane was hijacked. "We have no diplomatic rela-
Ugandan officials claim she tions with Uganda, so although
was discharged from the hos- we are concerned about Mrs.
pital and had rejoined the other Bloch we don't have a man on
hostages at the airport before the spot to take up the matter,"
the commandos rescue mission. he said.
A spokesman at the Ugandan Mrs. Bloch's daughter, Ruth
Embassy in London said only: Hammond, said her mother
"All officers are not around to- "has a lot of guts and she won't
day." give in easily. But she has not
An official U g a n d a radio been well and last year she had
broadcast said Uganda ceased to have a big operation 1Ham-
to be responsible for the hos- mond lives in London.
tages from the moment the Is- At United Nations headquar-
raelis launched their raid. ters in New York, Secretary-
General Kurt Waldheim called
A SPOKESMAN at the Israeli the hijacking affair a tragic in-
Embassy in London said his cident that shows the need to
government was in touch with combat international terrorism.
other governments, the Inter-
national Red Cross and other Algeria became the 109th
organizations in an effort to member of the United Nations,
Television viewing tonight

ROBERT DE NIRO & HARVEY KEITEL in
MARTIN SCORCESE'S

1973

"A TRIUMPH OF PERSONAL FILMMAKING. THIS PICTURE IS SO ORIG-
INAL THAT SOME PEOPLE WILL BE DUMB-FOUNDED. It has a high-
geared charged emotional range that is dizzingly sensual. The whole movie
psychs you up to accept everything it shows you. And since the story deepens
as it goes along, BY THE END YOU'RE LIKELY TO BE OPENMOUTHED."
-Pauline Koel, The New Yorker.

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6:00 2 7 111 3 NEWS
9 I DREAM OF JEANNIE
20 CISCO KID-Western
30 ZOOM-Children
50 BRADY BUNCH-Comedy
62 I SPY-Adventure
6:30 4 13 NBC NEWS
9 NEWSDAY
20DANIEL BOONE-Adventure
30 HODGEPODGE LODGE
50 I LOVE LUCY-Comedy
7:00 2 CBS NEWS-Walter Cronkite
4 BOWLING FOR DOLLARS
7 ABC NEWS-Harry Reasoner
9 ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy
11 FAMILY AFFAIR-Comedy
13 HOGAN'S HEROES-Comedy
30 ROBERT MacNEIL REPORT
50 FAMILY AFFAIR-Comedy
56 OFF THE RECORD
62 SPEAKING OF SPORTS
:30 2 WILD, WILD WORLD
OF ANIMALS
4 IOLLYWOOD SQUARES
7 LET'S MAKE A DEAL
9 ROOM 222
13 ADAM-12-Crime Drama
20 STUMP THE STARS-Game
30 LOWELL THOMAS
REMEMBERS
50 HOGAN'S HEROES-Comedy
56 ROBERT MacNEIL REPORT
62 NEWS
8:00 2 11 CBS NEWS SPECIAL
4 13 SANFORD AND SON
7 DONNY & MARIE-Variety
9 MONTY PYTHON
20 IT TAKES A THIEF
30 56 WASHINGTON
WEEK IN REVIEW
50 MERV GRIFFIN
62 MOVIE-Musical
"Week-End in Havana"
0:0 4 13 THE PRACTICE-Comedy
9PIG AND WHISTLE
30 56 57 WALL STREET WEEK
9:00 2 11 MOVIE-Adventure
"The Thousand Plane Raid"
4 13 ROCKFORD FLES-Crime
2 24 MOVIE-Drama
"Waterloo"
9SUNSHINE HOUR-Variety
20 700 CLUB-Religion
30 56 U.S.A.: PEOPLE
AND POLITICS
9:30 50 DINAH!
10:00 4 13 POLICE STORY-Crime
A SPORTS SCENE
30 MASTERPIECE THEATRE

56 SOUNDSTAGE
62 PTL CLUB-Religion
10:30 9 CEILIDH-Variety
20 HAPPY HUNTERS
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 NEWS
9 COC NEWS-L. Robertson
ROCK CONCERT
20 DON KIRSHNER'S
50 BEST OF GROUCHO
56 BEYOND SAND DUNES
11:20 9 NIGHTBEAT
11:30 2 MARY HARTMAN,
MARY HARTMAN-Serial
4 13 JOHNNY CARSON
7 24 ROOKIES-Crime Drama
11 MOVIE-Comedy
"Who's Minding the Store?"
50 MOVIE-Drama
"Captains of the Clouds"
56 ABC NEWS-H. Reasoner
11:50 9 WILD WILD WEST
12:00 2 MOVIE-Comedy
"Who's Minding the Store?"
62 REV. DAVID EPLEY
12:30 62 NEWS
12:40 7 MOVIE-Thrilier
"The Tomb of Ligeia."
12:50 9 MOVIE-Drama
"Island of the Blur Dolpins"
:00 4 13 MIDNIGHT SPECIAL
1:20 11 DON KIRSHNER'S
ROCK CONCERT
1:50 2 CAPUTO-Diseussion
2:05 7 NEWS
2:30 4 13 NEWS
2:50 11 NEWS
3:20 2 NEWS
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Friday, July 9, 1976
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