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Page 8-Wednesday, September 15, 1982-The Michigan Daily

TV LISTINGS

Wednesday
Daytime Specials
8:30 4 HBO WHO ARE THE DEBOLTS AND
WHERE DID THEY GET 19 KIDS? Henry
Winkler hosts this look at the DeBolt family
who have opened their home and their
hearts to handicapped children.
1200 0 ® STREET OF DREAMS: ROB
MCCONNELL AND THE BOSS BRASS Ban-
dleader Rob McConnell and the Boss Brass
perform "Street Of Dreams," "My Man Bill"
and "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" in a concert
from Redondo Beach, California.
:00 ®HBO BUS STOP The lives of several tra-
velers change when they are stranded in a
small Kansas town. Margot Kidder and Tim
Matheson star.
(940JUST FRIENDS: ROB MCCONNELL
AND THE BOSS BRASS Bandleader Rob
McConnell and the Boss Brass perform "It's
Hard To Find One," "Everything Happens
To Me" and "A Time To Love" in a concert
from Redondo Beach, California.
Daytime Sports
:30 6 HORSE RACING WEEKLY (R)
7:00 11 SPORTSCENTER
7:30 6 BO RACE FOR THE PENNANT Barry
Tompkins and Tim McCarver cover all the
bases leading to the 1982 World Series.
9:006 MOTOCROSS RACING Coverage of
the BMX Bicycle Motocross from Lubbock,
Tex; (R)
100068SPORTSCENTER
120068 SPORTSWOMAN (R)
12308 RACQUETBALL "Women's Semifi-
nals" Suzie Dugan vs. Shannon Wright (R)
1:00 ® WATERSKiING Coverage of the Sen-
ior Women's All-American Championships.
2:30 68 TENNIS "Player's Challenge Canadi-
an Open" Coverage of the women's finals
from Montreal, Que. (R)
Daytime Movies
5:008 *** "No Nukes" (1980) Jackson
Browne, Crosby, Stills & Nash. Footage of
a series of anti-nuclear power concerts held
in New York City during September, 1979,
featuring the Doobie Brothers, Carly Simon,
James Taylor and Bruce Springsteen, is
compiled in this documentary. 'PG'
5:15 "Pursuit" (1935) Chester Morris, Sally
". Eilers.
E700 ***Y "Alice, Sweet Alice" (1978)
Linda Miller, Paula Sheppard. Members of
an Italian-American family are victimized by
a sychotic murderer in their midst. 'R'
'.8:00aSHBO * ** "Rollercoaster" (1977)
George Segal, Timothy Bottoms. A safety
Inspector desperately attempts to find the
extortionist who is planting homemade
explosives in America's leading amusement
arks. 'PG'
8:306& * * Y2 "Spirits Of The Deep" (1979)
Documentary. A exploration of the supersti-
tions and witchcraft practices that have
been a part of sea lore since ancient times.
9:00Wm ** "The Man With Bogart's Face"
(1980) Robert Sacchi, Olivia Hussey. A
man decides to change his lifestyle and
physical appearance to resemble his screen
Idol. 'PG'
9:05 (D **Y2 "Funeral In Berlin" (1967)
Michael Caine, Oscar Homolka. A British
agent arranges for a mock funeral in order to
safely smuggle a Russian defector out of
Berlin.
10:004 0HBO **/2 "Tulips" (1981) Gabe
Kaplan, Bernadette Peters. When he falls in
love, a suicidal man tries to cancel the con-'
tract he put out on himself.
© a **/2 "Desert Fury" (1947) Burt
Lancaster, Lizabeth Scott. A reformed gam-
bler falls in love with the daughter of a casino
owner.
11:001 0** 2"Pinchcliff Grand Prix" (1980)
Animated, After his car design is stolen by
an ex-colleague, a brilliant mechanic decides

to build an even better racing machine and
compete with his nemesis. 'G'
11:300 HBO **/2 "Headin' For Broadway"
(1980) Rex Smith, Vivian Reed. Four young,
talented and scared performers go to New
York City to a0dition for a Broadway show.
'PG'
12:00 1 6 * * "The Forty-Eight Hour Mile"
(1970) Darren McGavin, William Windom. A
private detective intervenes in a deadly
three-sided love affair.
12:30 E *** "Times Square" (1980) Robin
Johnson, Trini Alvarado. Two unstable teen-
age girls become rock 'n' roll bag ladies in
the heart of New York City. 'R'
1:00( o** "Samson In The Wax Museum"
(1963) Santo, Claudio Book.
a10 ® *** "The Last Gangster"
(1939) Edward G. Robinson, John Carra-
dine. After being in prison and out of com-
mission for 10 years, a once-powerful mob-
ster finds that his influence and domain are
one.
1:05 0 *** "Having Babies" (1976) Desi
Arnaz Jr., Adrienne Barbeau. Four diverse
couples decide to enroll in natural childbirth
classes.
2:308 *** "No Nukes" (1980) Jackson
Browne, Crosby, Stills & Nash. Footage of
a series of anti-nuclear power concerts held
in New York City during September, 1979,
featuring the Doobie Brothers, Carly Simon,
James Taylor and Bruce Springsteen, is
compiled in this documentary. 'PG'
3:00 0 HBO * * * "Rollercoaster" (1977)
George Segal, Timothy Bottoms. A safety
inspector desperately attempts to find the
extortionist who is planting homemade
explosives in America's leading amusement
parks. 'PG'
Evening
4:00 ©( EIGHT IS ENOUGH
Q C MOST ACTIVE STOCKS / BUSINESS
NEWS
o @ THE JEFFERSONS
O i) MOVIE ** "Dark Victory" (Part
1) (1976) Elizabeth Montgomery, Anthony
Hopkins. A successful producer's romance
is shadowed by the knowledge that a fatal
disease will soon claim her life.
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o 0 PINK PANTHER
d6® ®£(8 0 © 0 SESAME STREET
(R)
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138 INCREDIBLE HULK
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4:05 Q( THE MUNSTERS
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o 0 ALL IN THE FAMILY
® IT'S EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS
00 ®THE BRADY BUNCH
(110SCOOBY DOO
0 IDYOUNG CHEFS
MOVIE ***1/2 "Alice, Sweet Alice"
(1978) Linda Miller, Paula Sheppard. Mem-
bers of an Italian-American family are victim-
ized by a psychotic murderer in their midst.
,R'
4:35 Q 0LEAVE IT TO BEAVER
5:00 p © YOU ASKED FOR IT
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0 ®TBARNEY MILLER
Q T ~ lNEWS
HDBO MOVIE * * "The Kid From Not-
So-Big" (1978) Jennifer McAllister, Robert
Viharo. A 12-year-old girl finds herself in and
out of trouble while running the town news-
paper.
0 AN AMERICAN MOSAIC
0 DR WHO
40 0 CHIPS
Q 00£38®W 10MISTER ROGERS
6DPINK PANTHER
68 BUCK ROGERS
®6KING OF KENSINGTON
5:05 30 THE BRADY BUNCH
5:308 ( ) 2 @NEWS
0 CHANGING LIFE ON EARTH
0 DARK SHADOWS
Q 0 03-2-1 CONTACT
136 GILLIGAN'S ISLAND
®6CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS
08SPORTSWOMAN (R)
386D CD 183-2-1 CONTACT (R) C
5:35 0 0BEVERLY HILLBILLIES

6:008 )0 8) S ()0 NEWS
63 ® FINANCIAL NEWS NETWORK
6 CULTURE, COMMUNITY AND IDENTITY
6®THE SCENE
00 6 ®KUNG FU
Q 6 ® DIALOGUE: JONAS SALK /
YEHUDI MENUHIN Dr. Jonas Salk and vio-
linist Yehudi Menuhin discuss the relation-
ship between science and the arts, nutrition
and health, Eastern culture, and their genetic
and social heritages.
36 GOOD TIMES
Q 1 B.J. / LOBO
0 8 MOTOCROSS RACING Coverage of
the BMX Bicycle Motocross from Lubbock,
Tex. (R)
O8 MONEYMAKERS
© m8IT'S EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS
6:051 ® CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS
6:308 (8©CBS NEWS
9 1 TAVI
Q 3) NBC NEWS
m H BO DACE FOR THE PENNANT Barry
Tompkins and Tim McCarver cover all the
bases leading to the 1982 World Series.
6 108BUSINESS REPORT
©36 HOGAN'S HEROES
O38 OVER EASY
8)MOVIE ** "Pinchcliff Grand Prix"
(1980) Animated. After his car design is
stolen by an ex-colleague, a brilliant
mechanic decides to build an even better
racing machine and compete with his
nemesis. 'G'
6:35 ©3®BOB NEWHART
7:008 ) FAMILY FEUD
0 @ JOKER'S WILD
Q 7ABC NEWS
f0 BO WHO ARE THE DEBOLTS AND
WHERE DID THEY GET 19 KIDS? Henry
Winkler hosts this look at the DeBolt family
who have opened their home and their
hearts to handicapped children.
6 WILD, WILD WORLD OF ANIMALS
I EVENING REPORT
00 ®M*A*S*H'
Q36 ® BUSINESS REPORT
036 ANDY GRIFFITH
Q m KOJAK
06QHAWAII FIVE-0
O8®SPORTSFORUM
£38DDICK CAVETT
Q m8MONEYMAKERS
7:05 O36GOMER PYLE
7:30 8 (©) P.M. MAGAZINE
Q ® TIC TAC DOUGH
o (7) WHERE WERE YOU?
6 ® 6 £3 8 C MACNEIL /
LEHRER REPORT
® BLACK FORUM
Q Q D0HOGAN'S HEROES
Q 6 BASEBALL Chicago Cubs at Pitts-
burgh Pirates
O SPORTSCENTER
7:35 Q mANDY GRIFFITH
8:00 8 (1) CBS REPORTS
O ® MOVIE ** "Bikini Beach" (1964)
Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello. A British
pop singer gives an American boy competi-
tion when they fall for the same girl.
Q (Z) THE PHOENIX
m HBO MOVIE *** "Which Way Is
Up?" (1977) Richard Pryor, Lonette
McKee. A sex-starved fruit picker is caught
in a comic crossfire between his union and
the Mob, and a hypocritical preacher finds
heaven in a ladies choir G'R'
6 13 60l £38 0 8GREAT PER-
FORMANCES
® END TIME GOSPEL HOUR
0 0 m MOVIE *** "Across The Pacif-
ic" (1942) Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor.
During World War II, a spy plots to blow up
the Panama Canal.
i 6 MOVIE * * "Just A Little Inconven-
ience" (1977) Lee Majors, James Stacy.
An embittered Vietnam veteran learns to ski
despite the loss of an arm and a leg.
Q 8 AUTO RACING Coverage of the
NASCAR Wrangler 400 from Richmond, Va.
(R)
(DMOVIE ** "Venus In Furs" (1976)
Laura Antonelli. A model becomes involved
in an affair with a man who has a variety of
mental quirks. 'R'
I)MOVIE * * "The Man With Bogart's
Face" (1980) Robert Sacchi, Olivia Hussey.
A man decides to change his lifestyle and
physical appearance to resemble his screen
idol. 'PG'
Q BRAVO JAZZ FEST: DAVE BRUBECK
8:05Q ( DBOXING Live boxing from Madison
Square Garden featuring WBC Feath-
erweights Juan La Porte vs. Mario Miranda.
9:008 (,MOVIE * * "Firepower" (1979)
Sophia Loren, James Coburn. A chemist's
widow and several other parties converge on

the Caribbean to learn the reasons behind
her husband's violent death.
Q I)THE FALL GUY
6 JIM BAKKER
O MOVIE "The Irishman" (1978) Simon
Burke, Andrew Maguire. In the logging coun-
try of Queensland, a man struggles to
accept the changes of the early twenties.
9:306 DMOVIE *** "I Love You, Alice B.
Toklas" (1968) Peter Sellers, Leigh Taylor-
Young. A middle-aged lawyer, disenchanted
with his present lifestyle, starts a new life
with a young hippie. 'R'
10:00 0(1) QUINCY
Q ) DYNASTY
6 HBO TEDDY PENDERGRASS IN CON-
CERT Videotaped at London's Odeon Hall,
this performance by one of soul's biggest
superstars features many of his hits.
6138© 8 ON STAGE WITH JUDITH
SOMOGI A profile of this young American
conductor looks at her life at work and at
home, exploring the training and gathering
of experience necessary for her success.
(R)
m FAITH FOR MIRACLES
0 ®INDEPENDENT NETWORK NEWS
0 © THE NATIONAL / JOURNAL
1 MOVIE **Y2 "Lunch Wagon" (1981)
Candy Moore, Chuck McCann. A trio of
beauties run into trouble from competitors
while providing sustenance to hungry con-
struction workers. 'R'

O @136 0DICK CAVETT
136 SATURDAY NIGHT
Q 0CAPTIONED ABC NEWS
(0 MANHATTAN TRANSFER Grammy
Award winners Tim Hauser, Janis Siegal,
Alan Paul and Cheryl Bentyne perform some
of their recent hits.
© MOVIE ***1 "Alice, Sweet Alice"
(1978) Linda Miller, Paula Sheppard. Mem-
bers of an Italian-American family are victim-
ized by a psychotic murderer in their midst.
'R',
8 BRAVO JAZZ FEST: DAVE BRUBECK
11:35 Q mALL IN THE FAMILY
Q 6 BASEBALL New York Mets at Mon-
treal Expos
12:008 ®IRONSIDE
O ) LOVE BOAT
61Q6 ® PBS LATENIGHT
CDNEWS
0 m DTHREE STOOGES
6 ®PKA FULL-CONTACT KARATE (R)
12:050 6 mMOVIE * * * "Our Man In Havana"
(1960) Alec Guinness, Maureen O'Hara. A
salesman takes a job as a British spy when
he runs low on funds.
12:15 ® MOVIE ** "Wings Over Wyoming"
(1937) George O'Brien. When a racketeer
moves in on honest cattlemen, a Hollywood
film star saves the day..
12:30 0 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT
Q3 ( MOVIE *** "Inherit The Wind"
(1960) Spencer Tracy, Fredric March. Clar-
ence Darrow and William Jennings Bryan
wage a courtroom battle over the teaching
of Darwin's theory of evolution.
C MOVIE ** "Venus In Furs" (1976)
Laura Antonelli. A model becomes involved
in an affair with a man who has a variety of
mental quirks. 'R'
E MOVIE "The Irishman" (1978) Simon
Burke, Andrew Maguire. In the logging coun-
try of Queensland, a man struggles to
accept the changes of the early twenties.
12:35( D HBO MOVIE * * "The Nesting"
(1980) Gloria Grahame, John Carradine. A
novelist rents a secluded Victorian mansion
where she begins having strange, erotic
dreams. 'R'
1:00 Q Q9SATURDAY NIGHT
Q @ LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTER-
MAN
6 GREAT PERFORMANCES
0 ( D®MOVIE ** 12 "Bandido" (1956)
Robert Mitchum, Ursula Thiess. Gunrunners
sell their wares in Mexico.
1:10 0 O MOVIE ** "Death Stalk" (1974),
Vince Edwards, Anjanette Comer. Two men
pursue the escaped convicts who kidnapped
their wives through the wilderness.
1:15 ( MOVIE ** "Dragoon Wells Massacre"
(1957) Barry Sullivan, Dennis O'Keefe. An
ill-assorted group of men is trapped in a
stockade while an Apache attack is gather-
inon the horizon.
1:30 ® tHYDROPLANE RACING Coverage of
the Columbia Cup unlimited competition.
(R)
m MOVIE ** "The Man With Bogart's
Face" (1980) Robert Sacchi, Olivia Hussey.

A man decides to change his lifestyle and
physical appearance to resemble his screen
idol. 'PG'
2:00 0 T MOVIE *** "Gumshoe" '(1972)
Albert Finney, Janice Rule. A nightclub
emcee turns private eye and winds up entan-
gled in an African revolution.
{}MOVIE ***1 "I Love You, Alice B.
Toklas" (1968) Peter Sellers, Leigh Taylor-
Young. A middle-aged lawyer, disenchanted
with his present lifestyle, starts a new life
with a young hippie. 'R'
2:201 1HBO MOVIE ** / "Tulips" (1981)
Gabe Kaplan, Bernadette Peters. When he
falls in love, a suicidal man tries to cancel the
contract he put out on himself.
2:25 6 (MOVIE * * * "We Joined The Navy"
(1962) Kenneth More, Joan O'Brien. A
wacky Navy officer gets into more trouble
than he can handle before emerging as a
real hero.
2:30 (9MOVIE ** "Hour Of Decision" (1955)
Jeff Morrow, Hazel Court. When a newsman
investigates the untimely death of a col-
league, he makes the startling discovery that
his wife and his dead friend were lovers.
Q 8 SPORTSCENTER
8 MUSIC FOR WILDERNESS LAKE
3:00 ©3 NEWS
8 BRAVO JAZZ FEST: DAVE BRUBECK
3:30 (9BOARD AND CARE Laura Jean Ellis and
Richard Goss are featured in the story of two
mentally handicapped young people and the
problems they face while developing a close
relationship. (R)
13 6 MOVIE * "Lawless Frontier"
(1935) John Wayne, Sheila Terry. A cow-
boy struggles to exonerate himself of crimes
blamed on him by a crooked sheriff.
Q 8 AUTO RACING Coverage of the
NASCAR Wrangler 400 from Richmond, Va.
(R)
C MOVIE * * * "A Little Romance"
(1979) Laurence Olivier, Diane Lane. An
elderly con artist joins two young runaways
in love on a mad dash across the European
continent with the children's parents and the
police in hot pursuit. 'PG'
3:55 (,HBO MOVIE * * * "Which Way Is
Up?" (1977) Richard Pryor, Lonette
McKee. A sex-starved fruit picker is caught
in a comic crossfire between his union and
the Mob, and a hypocritical preacher finds
heaven in a ladies' choir. 'R'
4:00 01 NEWS
6 DICK CAVETT
( MOVIE ** "Death Knocks Twice"
(1986) Dean Reed, Anita Ekberg.
® MANHATTAN TRANSFER Grammy
Award winners Tim Hauser, Janis Siegal,
Alan Paul and Cheryl Bentyne perform some
of their recent hits.
® MOVIE "The Irishman" (1978) Simon
Burke, Andrew Maguire. In the logging coun-
try of Queensland, a man struggles to
accept the changes of the early twenties.
4:30 0 ( SONYA
( CAPTIONED ABC NEWS
136DRAT PATROL
4:45 © 0HOLLYWOOD AND THE STARS

Tony Randall stars as Sidney, who
panics when he learns that 7-year-
old Patti has a mysterious adult ad-
mirer, on "Love, Sidney," to air
tonight on NBC.
10:30 ® Q90 49 W £ (8 8BOARD AND
CARE Laura Jean Ellis and Richard Goss are
featured in the story of two mentally handi-
capped young people and the problems
they face while developing a close relation-
ship. (R)
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10:35 3i6)NEWS
11008© QI11O17)NEWS
m B MOVIE ** "Agency" (1981)
Robert Mitchum, Lee Majors. The new head
of a major American advertising firm uses a
children's breakfast drink campaign to
transmit subliminal political messages. 'R'
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6ASPIRIT OF DETROIT
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£ 8 AMERICAN DREAM, AMERICAN
REALITY: THE REFUGEE EXPERIENCE A
Hmong family from the mountains of north-
ern Laos are followed through their first year
in the United States.
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NFL talks to continue
under threat of strike

Take Charge At 22.

In most jobs, at 22
you're near the bottom
of the ladder.
In the Navy, at
22 you can be a leader.
After just 16 weeks
of leadership training,
you're an officer. You'll
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most corporations give
you at 22. The rewards

your education and training prepared
you for, and the decision-making au-
thority you need to make the most of it.
As a college graduate and officer
candidate, your Navy training is geared
to making you a leader. There is no boot
camp. Instead, you receive professional
training to help you build the technical

are bigger, too. There's
a comprehensive package of benefits,
including special duty pay. The starting
salary is $16,400-more than most com-
panies would pay you right out of college.
After four years, with regular promo-
tions and pay increases, your salary will
have increased to as much as $29,800.
As a Navy officer, you grow, through
new challenges, new tests of your skills,

WASHINGTON (AP) - National
Football League contract talks will
resume Friday, threedays before the
players are to set a strike deadline, and
a spokesman for the owners said they
are willing to meet through the
weekend if the union negotiates
seriously.
Ed Garvey, executive director of the
NFL Players Association, said the
union asked for the reeting to respond
"point by point" to the owners' latest
offer including seniority bonuses of up
to $60,000 per player this year. The
NFLPA rejected that plan just four
hours after it was presented last Wed-
nesday, the last time the two sides met.
NOW, HOWEVER, Garvey said, "We
want to discuss any ideas that will ad-
dress the concerns of the players.'
In listing those concerns, he omitted
the cornerstone of the player's deman-
ds - that salaries be based on a fixed
percentage of the team's gross
revenue. The owners have said they
will never grant that.
Garvey said the players' negotiators
want to talk about substantial wage in-
creases, elimination of wage inequities,
incentive bonuses for individual and
team performances, guaranteed con-
tracts and elimination of what he
described as the incentive owners have
to cut older, more expensive players.
"WE ARE NOT abandoning percentage
of gross but are trying to form a basis
for continuing negotiations," Garvey
said. "We are willing to listen to any
ideas that will solve the concerns of the
players."
The meeting is to begin at 10 a.m. EDT
in New York.
"Depending on how serious they are,
we are ready to go through the
weekend," NFL Management Council
spokesman Jim Miller said.
THE PLAYERS' union, whose collec-
tive bargaining agreement with the
league expired July 15, has called for a
meeting of its executive committee
next Monday in New York to set a strike
deadline. Garvey said earlier the
deadline would be either the third or
fourth weekend of the season - Sept. 26-
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would cost the league $1,068 billion over
the life of the contract, or 30.5 percent
of the anticipated $3.5 billion gross
revenue the league is expected to
generate during the five-year period.
The owners' chief negotiator, Jack
Donlan, said the plan would cost $1.5
billion and amount to about 50 percen
of gross revenue.
Baltimore 5, New York 4
BALTIMORE (AP)- Benny Ayala's
single capped a two-run eighth-inning
rally that led the Baltimore Orioles to a
5-4 win over the New York Yankees in
the first game of a twi-night
doubleheader yesterday.
Rich Dauer led off the eighth with a
double to right, and took third on a
single by Cal Ripken Jr. which chased
Yankees starter Shane Rawley, 10-9.
Rudy May came on and surrendered
RBI singles to Eddie Murray and
Ayala.
GRIDDE PICKS
Fearless Griddes forecasters
everywhere were shocked to hear that
Notre Dame legend Knute Rockne, af-
ter an incredible comeback, will b1
suiting up for this weekend's game
against Michigan.
Can' you predict the impact of
Rockne's presence on this classic
gridiron battle, or even guess the win-
ner of the Northwestern game? If so,
then circle your picks, including the
score of the Michigan game, and bring
it by the Daily offices at 420 Maynard
by midnight Friday. Top
prognosticator wins a small, one-item
pizza from Pizza Bob's. Include your
name, address and phone number on
the paper. Remember, the LIBELS
always win.
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and management skills
Navy officer,
This training is
designed to instill
confidence by first-
hand experience. You
learn by doing. On
your first sea tour,
you're responsible for
managing the work of
up to 30 men and the

you'll need as a

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and new opportunities
to advance your edu-
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possibility of attending
graduate school while
you're in the Navy.
Don't just take a
job. Become a Navy
officer, and take charge.
Even at 22.

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2. Ohio State at Michigan State
3. Illinois at Syracuse
4. UCLA at Wisconsin
5. Indiana at USC
6. Minnesota at Purdue
7. Miami, Oh. at Northwestern

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