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Page 6--Wednesday, September 22,°1982-The Michigan Daily

TV LISTINGS

ID MOVIE * 112 "The Sex Machine" (1978)
In 2037 A.D., scientists solve the energy
problem by harnessing the power of the
human libido. 'R'
C MOVIE ** "All The Marbles" (1981)
Peter Falk, Burt Young. A hustling, wise-
cracking manager pushes his two female
wrestlers toward the top. 'R'

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Wednesday
Daytime Specials
0:30i HBO NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SPE-
CIAL "Journey To The Outer Limits" Nine-
teen city-bred teen-agers confront some of
nature's greatest challenges at the Colorado
Outward Bound School, graduating only
after climbing the forbidding 18,715-foot
Santa Rosa Peak in the Peruvian Andes.
I i305 HBO HEPBURN AND TRACY A poig-
nant look is taken at the on- and off-screen
romance between Spencer Tracy and
Katharine Hepburn.
1:00 0 MELODY OF A CITY: NEW
ORLEANS Five types of jazz are used to vis-
ualize both historic and contemporary New
sOrleans. (R)
C00 sHBO CONSUMER REPORTS PRE-
SENTS "The Feeling Fine Show" This edi-
tion focuses on health-related products,
including low-sodium foods and over-the-
counter appetite suppressants.
Ilaytime Sports
430 B HORSE RACING WEEKLY (R)
1 00 0 H®SPORTSCENTER
30 E BO RACE FOR THE PENNANT Barry
Tompkins and Tim McCarver cover all the
bases leading to the 1982 World Series.
~00 0SN WATERSKIING Coverage of the
Tournament Of Champions from Shreveport,
La. (R)
1 00 U0 SPORTSCENTER
1 00 IQ S Q KENTUCKY: THE ULTIMATE
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equestrian trials held at the Kentucky Horse
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Golf Digest Commemorative Pro-Am tourna-
ment, from Newport, R.. (R)
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2301 0 BASEBALL New York Mets at Chica-
o Cubs
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of the International Jumping Derby from
Newport, R.l (R)
ay time ovies
6:30 *** "Ned Kelly" (1970) 'Mick
:a Jagger, Allen Bickford. An Australian outlaw
vows revenge on those responsible for put-
ting his mother in jail.
P-:00 HBO ** "The Pilot" (1980) Cliff
t Robertson, Diane Baker. A pilot turns to
j drinking to escape the unhappiness of his
rmarriage and the frustration of his career.
1s 'PG'
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B Robert Ryan, Aldo Ray. Based on the story
* by Erskine Caldwell. A greedy Georgia
. farmer forces his sons to excavate his entire
i property to look for gold.
® **V2 "The Boss's Son" (1978) Asher
., Bravner, Rita Moreno. A spoiled boy learns
how the working class lives after he
becomes a delivery man for his father's busi-
ness.
05EO E0 **Y/ "Man-Trap" (1961) Jeffrey
' Hunter, David Janssen. A war veteran is
: badgered by his alcoholic wife and pres-
sured into a violent robbery by an Army bud-
dy.
10:00 HBO **2 "The Looney, Looney, Loo-
a ney Bugs Bunny Movie" (1981) Animated.
/ Voices by Mel Blanc, June Foray. New mate-
rial is blended with old in this compilation of
t# classic Fritz Freleng "Looney Tunes" featur-
Sing Bugs, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Yosemite
Sam, Tweetie Pie and others from the car-
toon series. 'G'
Q. 03 *** "Love Letters" (1945)
Jennifer Jones, Joseph Cotten. A young
woman marries the soldier she believes to
have written her letters from the front and is
1 ater accused of killing him.
30 ' ** "All The Marbles" (1981) Peter
* Falk, Burt Young. A hustling, wisecracking
manager pushes his two female wrestlers
toward the top. 'R'
,12:00 0' ® *** "Psycho" (1960) Anthony
14 Perkins, Janet Leigh. A young woman
encounters a psychotic killer after stealing a
large sum of money from her employer.
112:30Q1 HBO **/2 "Headin' For Broadway"
(1980) Rex Smith, Vivian Reed. Four young,
talented and scared performers go to New
York City to audition for a Broadway show.
"PG'
*** "Ned Kelly" (1970) Mick
Jagger, Allen Bickford. An Australian outlaw
vows revenge on those responsible for put-
ting his mother in jail.
1:0 ** "Champ For A Day" (1951) Alex
Nicol, Audrey Totter. A Brooklyn prizefighter
probes the mystery surrounding the death of
his fight manager.
0 0 *** "Mr. Skeffington" (Part 2)
(1944) Bette Davis, Claude Rains. Because
a selfish woman schemes her way through
life, her marriage to a wealthy man fails
miserably.
I 1:050 (0 **2 "Having Babies II" (1977)
Paula Prentiss, Tony Bill. Five couples expe-
rience emotional crises involving first love,
birth and adoption.
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Street" (1977) Frank Sinatra, Verna Bloom.
A policeman devises an unorthodox plan for
. bringing criminals to justice.
S* '*"The Boss's Son" (1978) Asher
Bravner, Rita Moreno. A spoiled boy learns
how the working class lives after he
becomes a delivery man for his father's busi-
ness
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CIAL "Journey To The Outer Limits" Nine-
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11:00 8 © Q @FA)OI0 0NEWS
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ish intelligence to uncover a possible Soviet
infiltrator in their midst are followed in this
thriller starring Joss Ackland and Harry
Andrews.
() DICK CAVETT
8 MOVIE ** "Acting Out" A group of
ordinary people enact their private sexual
fantasies.
11:050® NEWS
11:30 8 (2) MADAME'S PLACE
a (T TONIGHT
ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE
S BO MOVIE * * "The Pilot" (1980)
Cliff Robertson, Diane Baker. A pilot turns to
drinking to escape the unhappiness of his
marriage and the frustration of his career.
'PG'
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8 ® 0BENNY HILL
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SCHARLIE'S ANGELS
CJ S8CAPTIONED ABC NEWS
® MOVIE *** "High Risk" (1981)
James Brolin, Cleavon Little. A trio of greedy
friends plot the robbery of a million dollars
from a South American drug dealer. 'R'
11:351 DI MOVIE ** "The Man Inside"
(1976) James Franciscus, Stefanie Powers.
A Royal Canadian Mounted Police under-
cover agent infiltrates a major crime syndi-
cate in Toronto.
11:50 ( DWNEWS
12:008 ( ) IRONSIDE
0 (Z) LOVE BOAT
0D 0 ® 0PBS LATENIGHT
0 NEWS
0 ED LAUREL AND HARDY
U GOLF Coverage of the Merrill Lynch-
Golf Digest Commemorative Pro-Am tourna-
ment, from Newport, R.. (R)
12:15 0 MOVIE *W/2 "Love Of Three Queens"
(1953) Hedy Lamarr, Hans Conned. A
nobleman follows a wandering band of
actors across the countryside in order to see
a beautiful actress portray three woman of
history: Empress Josephine, Genevieve of
Brabant and Helen of Troy.
12:30 0 ® ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT
SE0 MOVIE *** "The Pink Panther"
(1964) David Niven, Peter Sellers. A jewel
thief attempts to take possession of a price-
less gem with the help of the French police
inspector's wife.
m MOVIE *l2 "The Sex Machine" (1978)
In 2037 A.D., scientists solve the energy
problem by harnessing the power of the
human libido. 'R'
8 MOVIE *** Va "Tell Me A Riddle"
(1980) Melvyn Douglas, Lila Kedrova. A
withdrawn, elderly woman, unaware that she
is dying, embarks on a long journey to reac-
quaint herself with her geographically and
emotionally separated family. 'PG'
12:353 ED( MOVIE **,.2 "The Lonely Man"
(1957) Jack Palance, Anthony Perkins. A
reform-minded gunfighter is pressed into one
last battle.
1:008 0 (SATURDAY NIGHT
0 (1) LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTER-
MAN
0 THE MOST ENDANGERED SPECIES...
GEORGE ADAMSON John Houston nar-
rates a profile of George Adamson, a man
who has spent most of his life devoted to the
care and survival of wild game in East Africa.
(R)
0 ED MOVIE *** "Night Ambush"
(1958) Dirk Bogarde, David Oxley. A Nazi
general is spirited off the island of Crete by a
band of British soldiers.
I MOVIE *t hs"The Boss's Son" (1978)
Asher Bravner, Rita Moreno. A spoiled boy
learns how the working class lives after he
becomes a delivery man for his father's busi-
ness.
1:10 0 (Z) MOVIE ** "Star Maidens" (Part 2)
(1976) Christiane Kruger, Judy Geeson.
Men escape to Earth from the planet Medu-
sa where women rule and men perform
menial tasks.
O HBO MOVIE **W/ "Student Bodies"
(1981) Kristen Riter, Matthew Goldsby. A
heavy-breathing psychotic killer stalks the
fun-loving students of a typical American
high school. R'
1:15 MOVIE * *'1 "The Killer Cop" (1976)
Arthur Kennedy, Sara Sperati. Against his
boss's orders, a police inspector tracks
down the terrorist who killed his friend.
2:00 0(® ROMANCE THEATRE
0 CLOSING RANKS The efforts of British
intelligence to uncover a possible Soviet infil-
trator in their midst are followed in this thriller
starring Joss Ackland and Harry Andrews.
(R)
m.MOVIE ** "Acting Out" A group of
ordinary people enact their private sexual
fantasies.
2:30 0 ( MOVIE * * V "Harry In Your Pocket"
(1973) James Coburn, Michael Sarrazin. A
team of professional pickpockets develops
sophisticated techniques as they set up and
fleece scores of victims.
O ED BASEBALL Atlanta Braves at Hous-
ton Astros
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8DBRAVO OPERA: LUCIA DI LAMMER-
MOOR
2:40 1D HBO MOVIE * " "Endless Love"
(1981) Brooke Shields, Martin Hewitt. A

17-year-old's obsessive love for his 15-year-
old girlfriend leads to parental conflicts and
tragedy. 'R'
2:50 ® MOVIE * 12 "I Cover The Underworld"
(1954) Sean McClory, Joanne Jordan. A
theology student assumes the identity of his
gangster twin brother just before the latter's
prison release.
3:00 ® SOUTH BRONX: WORK IN PROGRESS
Earl Caldwell hosts a look at the efforts of
South Bronx residents to restore housing,
build safe neighborhoods, bring businesses
and jobs to the area, and educate their chil-
dren. (R)
Q3 (E NEWS
C MOVIE * * "Shipwreck" (1978) Robert
Logan, Mikki Jamison-Olson. A widower, his
two daughters, a reporter and a runaway are
stranded on an isolated island after
encountering a violent storm at sea. 'G'
3:30 Q 0TOM COTTLE: UP CLOSE
U 0 AUTO RACING Coverage of the ASA
Milwaukee 200 from the Wisconsin State
Fair Park. (R)
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In 2037 AD., scientists solve the energy
problem by harnessing the power of the
human libido. 'R'

terms.
Although the legislation appears to be
substantially weaker than the original
Senate version, Lee Landes of Mothers
Against Drunk Driving, 'MADD) said he
was pleased with the action.
"I FEEL very satisfied," Landes
said. "Thisgives us a lot of the things
we need to have in this war." MADD
has been the prime group pushing for
changes in the state's drunk driving
laws.
In extensive negotiations over the
course of the committee's
deliberations, provisions establishing
minimum jail terms for many drunk
driving offenses and creating some new
crimes were struck out.
What remains is a series of license
sanctions, a new provision under which
a person is automatically considered
guilty of drunk driving if his blood
alcohol content is .15 percent or more
and a new roadside test administered
by police officers.
SPECIFICALLY, the bills require a
90-day to one-year license suspension
for the first offense of impaired driving,
the lowest violation. The person could
get a restricted license for work, if a
judge was convinced that was

license is revoked for a year, with no'
restricted license available.
The legislation places the "im-'
paired" level at between .07 percent:
and .10 percent. For the more serious;
driving under the influence offense,:
license suspensions range up to five:
years, with restricted licenses!

on license suspensions rather than jail at lt ui1ys ur

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available only on the first offense.
Currently, a person accused of drunk:
driving can argue that despite a
breathalyzer test, he was actually nod
drunk. However, that defense is A
removed by the provision that a persorn
is considered guilty at the .15 level,
Backers also hailed the new roadside
test. Landes said he expected convic-
tions to increase dramatically because
police - once the expensive new
machines are purchased - will no longer
have to rely on their own judgment.
However, some committee members
were angeredo Dy the pressure to pass
the bills and also contended the
legislation actually is a weakening of
current law.
"This is a giant step backward in the
fight against drunk driving," said Rep.
Ernest Nash (R-Dimondale).

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Albert Macklin and Helen Slater star in the premiere of
"ABC Afternoon Specials," as an angel and a girl who
wants to commit suicide, in "Amy and the Angel," to air
Wednesday, Sept. 22 on ABC.

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6:308 pD CBS NEWS
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NY
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"Football: Linebacker Play"
(!160 OVER EASY
I)MOVIE *** "Gulliver's Travels"
(1939) Animated. Based on the story by
Jonathan Swift. A man is shipwrecked in the
land of the small-sized Lilliputians.
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6:45 Q l RACQUETBALL "Men's International
Championship Quarterfinal" Craig McCoy
vs. Dave Peck
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m HBO RACE FOR THE PENNANT Barry
Tompkins and Tim McCarver cover all the
bases leading to the 1982 World Series.
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® EVENING REPORT
Q ® M*A*S*H
135 ®BUSINESS REPORT
SDBARNEY MILLER
0 3B KOJAK

sas, that includes such country-western
greats as Merle Haggard, Charlie Rich, John-
nyLee and Lacy J. Dalton.
ED 3 1 C S THE MOST ENDAN-
GERED SPECIES... GEORGE ADAMSON
John Houston narrates a profile of George
Adamson, a man who has spent most of his
life devoted to the care and survival of wild
ame in East Africa. (R)
END TIME GOSPEL HOUR
O ( 0 MOVIE **** "A Funny Thing
Happened On The Way To The Forum"
(1966) Zero Mostel, Phil Silvers. In ancient
Rome, a clever slave plots a hilarious and
rather ingenious means of escape from his
master.
k (1MOVIE ** "In Search Of Noah's
Ark" (1976) Documentary. Narrated by
Brad Crandall. A dramatic re-creation of the
biblical story of the Great Flood highlights
this account of the search for archaeological
and historical proof of the ark's existence.
U AUTO RACING Coverage of the ASA
Milwaukee 200 from the Wisconsin State
Fair Park.
Q S MOVIE ** "El Greco" (1966) Mel
Ferrer, RosannabSchiaffino. The famous
painter is aided by his lady love when she
warns him that there is a plot afoot to charge
him with heresy.
Q MOVIE * * "Acting Out" A group of
ordinary people enact their private sexual
fantasies.
Q MOVIE * 12 "Death Valley" (1982) Paul
LeMat, Peter Billingsley. A New York young-
ster is sent to Arizona to visit his mother and
stumbles across a series of grisly murders.
ID MOVIE ***a "Tell Me A Riddle"
(1980) Melvyn Douglas, Lila Kedrova. A
withdrawn, elderly woman, unaware that she
is dying, embarks on a long journey to reac-
quaint herself with her geographically and
emotionally separated family. 'PG'
8:0513OEm ACE AWARDS PREVIEW
8:35 Q CBASEBALL Atlanta Braves at Hous-
ton Astros

AP Photo
Look what they did to Woody
Okay, so it's not Woody Hayes, but this horse is at Ohio State. The animal
replica is on display at the OSU Farm Science Review as part of an antique
farm implement show.
Liberalfilibuster on
school prayer holds

WASHINGTON (UPI)- The Senate
defeated a second attempt yesterday to
break a filibuster blocking action on
school prayer legislation, and liberals
claimed to have "broken the radical
right" on every item of its social agen-
da.
With every member of the Senate
present, the vote was 53-47-seven short
of the required 60.
THE SENATE is scheduled to vote a
third time against the liberal filibuster
today, but even conservative Sen.
Jeremiah Denton (R-Ala.) questioned
whether it would be successful.
"The Senate has prevailed again,"
shouted Sen. Daniel Moynihan (D-
N.Y.) when the roll call was announced.
"The Constitution is secure yet!"
Two senators switched sides from
Monday when the vote was 50-39 for
limiting debate. Sen. Lawton Chiles (D-
Fla.) changed from no to yes and Sen.

New Right spokesman and sponsor of4
the legislation to bar the Supreme Court
from interfering with voluntary prayer
in public schools, was not available for
comment.
John Shattuck, Washington director
of the American Civil Liberties Union,
said he believes the inability of the
social conservatives to achieve a vote
on the measure "is the last gasp of the
New Right" in the Senate.
HE NOTED the social conser-
vatives-so confident in 1980 when theS
Republicans won control of the
Senate-also failed last week to get an
anti-abortion measure through the
Senate, and their Senate-passed anti-
school busing measure is bottled up in
the House.
Speaker Thomas O'Neill Jr. (D-
Mass.) indicated the prayer measure
probably would be approved if it
reached the House before Congress ad-
journs, but noted there has not beeni

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