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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, September 29, 1982-Page 5

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TV LISTINGS

Wednesday
Daytime Specials
5:15W HBO COUNTRY MUSIC U.S.A. Roy
Clark hosts a rousing country music festival
from his hometown of Independence, Kan-
sas, that includes such country-western
greats as Merle Haggard, Charlie Rich, John-'
ny Lee and Lacy J. Dalton.
6:'30 @ HBO NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SPE-
CIAL "Journey To The Outer Limits" Nine-
t 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.
10:00 Q) HBO CAMELOT Richard Harris, Meg
Bussert and Richard Muenz star in Lerner
and Loewe's classic Broadway musical
taped at the Winter Garden Theatre in New
York.
12;90 Q m Q SANDHILLS ALBUM The san-
dhills region of the Great Plains and its peo-
ple is seen through the eyes of pioneer pho-
1 tographer Solomon Butcher, Depression
f7 photographer Arthur Rothstein and four
youn contemporary photographers.
12:30 E NBO 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.
1:00 (1 0 KENNEDY CENTER TONIGHT "A
Salute To Duke" Sarah Vaughan, Joe Wil-
liams and other jazz greats pay a special
tribute to the late orchestra leader and com-
poser, Duke Ellington. (R)
3:00 E 1 CLAES OLQENBURG'S CRUSOE
UMBRELLA A profile of Claes Oldenburg,
one of the few modern sculptors who has
been successful in creating large outdoor
sculpture, is presented.
3 30 ® THE TAJ MAHAL Indian actor Saeed
Jaffrey relates the moving love story and the
cultural history which inspired the construc-
tion of the Taj Mahal in India.
Daytime Sports
630 SOD SPORTSFORUM (R)
700 ® SPORTSCENTER
7:30E HBO RACE FOR THE PENNANT Barry
Tompkins and Tim McCarver cover all the
bases leading to the 1982 World Series.
9:00 D' TENNIS Highlights of the Eweden vs.
USA Davis Cup Quarterfinals (R)
14:000Q ED SPORTSCENTER
12001 EDQ SPORTSWOMAN (R)
12303 O® WCT TENNIS "The Forum Classic"
Coverage of the semifinals from Los Ange-
les, Calif. (R)
2:30 E SQUASH Coverage of the Desenex
Classic from Rochester, N.Y. (R)
3:30 O HORSESHOW JUMPING Coverage
of the American Gold Cup from Philadelphia,
Pa. (R)
Daytime Movies
*30 m **** "Moscow Doesn't Believe In
Tears" (1980) Vera Alentova, Alexei
Batalov. Three country girls with different
goals and values move to the big city to pur-
sue their ambitions.
8&00( HBO ** "Harry's War" (1981)
Edward Herrmann, Geraldine Page. A small-
town postman comes to the aid of his aunt,
who owes the IRS back taxes. 'PG'
** "Lovers And Liars" (1979) Goldie
Hawn, Giancarlo Giannini. While traveling in
Italy an American girl meets and falls in love
with a married man. 'R'
830 0 6' ** "Twenty Plus Two" (1961)
David Janssen, Jeanne Crain. A private
detective encounters a motley crew of show
business people when he agrees to probe
the cae oof a disappearing heiress.
0:05 a D Fury" (1947) Burt
Lancaster, Lzabeth Scott. A reformed gain-.
bIer falls in love with the daUghterki4a@ .soo
owner.
16:00 © 0 * * ', "The King And Four Queens"
(1956) Clark Gable, Eleanor Parker. A
charming and handsome mercenary
romances four lovely women whose thief
Shusbands have hidden away a fortune in
(M ***i "Heartland" (1981) Rip Torn,
Conchata Ferrell. A rancher and his house-
keeper face the rigors of frontier life in 1910
W oming. 'PG'
1g:00 ® * * 112 "The Adding Machine"
(1969) Phyllis Diller, Milo O'Shea. An
accountant murders his boss after being
replaced by a machine, and finds' Heaven
not to his liking after he is executed for the
crime.
*D * "Looker" (1981) Albert Finney,
James Coburn. The mysterious deaths of a
series of beautiful models involved in a new
advertising project are blamed on the plastic
S surgeon who operated on them. 'PG'
0 1'00 ED * * t'2 "The Rebel Rousers" (1967)
Cameron Mitchell, Bruce Dern. An architect
and his wife find trouble when they encoun-
ter a motorcycle gang on a California beach.
Q (9 ® * * * "The Road To Zanzibar"
(1941) Bing Crosby, Bob Hope. Two men
try to come up with enough money to get
from Africa back to the United States.
1 050 (0 ** 2 "Lafayette Escadrille"
(1958) Tab Hunter, Etchika Choureau. A
group of American volunteers serve in a
fli ht squadron in France during World War I.
1:30a HBO ** h "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.
2,00 E ** "Harry's War" (1981) Edward
Herrmann, Geraldine Page. A small-town
> ostman comes to the aid of his aunt, who
owes the IRS back taxes. 'PG'
3:00 HBO ** "Looker" (1981) Albert Fin-
ney, James Coburn. The mysterious deaths
of a series of beautiful models involved in a

new advertising project are blamed on the
plastic surgeon who operated on them. 'PG'
Egvening
00 © (©) EIGHT IS ENOUGH
0 ® MOST ACTIVE STOCKS / BUSINESS
NEWS-
J TD THE JEFFERSONS
© ) MOVIE "Studs Lonigan" (Part 3)
Colleen Dewhurst.
(B FOCUS ON SOCIETY
® MOD SQUAD
SmD 0 PINK PANTHER
0 ED 0 ® Q ED SESAME STREET
BUGS BUNNY
Q INCREDIBLE HULK
r © ® DO IT FOR YOURSELF
. fE MOVIE ***12 "Heartland" (1981) Rip
Torn, Conchata Ferrell. A rancher and his
housekeeper face the rigors of frontier life in
1910 Wyoming. 'PG'
4.05 ( THE MUNSTERS
430 0 (D FNN WRAP-UP / BUSINESS FINAL

Q (WALL IN THE FAMILY
(1)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.
ED IT'S EVERYBODY'SBUSINESS
Q m 0~ THE BRADY BUNCH
(0 SCOOBY DOO
Ed EYOUNG CHEFS
4:35 Q EDLEAVE IT TO BEAVER
5:b (D) YOU ASKED FOR IT
Q ® FREEMAN REPORTS
o Q9BARNEY MILLER
8 ONEWS
ED AN AMERICAN MOSAIC
ED DR. WHO
ID D 0CHIPS PATROL
®ED Q1 m ID EDMISTER ROGERS
m PINK PANTHER
Q © BUCK ROGERS
Q EKING OF KENSINGTON
5:05 O ED THE BRADY BUNCH
5:30 2 ()NEWS
(HBO HBO MAGAZINE
D CHANGING LIFE ON EARTH
(F) DARK SHADOWS
0 ®PEd m3-2-1 CONTACT
OQED THE MUPPETS
C1®DCAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS
0 ID SPORTSWOMAN (R)
5:35 dBEVERLY HILLBILLIES
6:00 0 4(0) C )EDD NEWS
3iFINANCIAL NEWS NETWORK
® CULTURE, COMMUNITY AND IDENTITY
®DTHE SCENE
8 ED MORK AND MINDY
O D10 D IT'S EVERYBODY'S BUSI-
NESS
© EDWELCOME BACK, KOTTER
0 ED B.J. / LOBO
Q ED)AVON WOMEN'S MARATHON (R)
(1115)MONEYMAKERS
ED MOVIE ** "Looker" (1981) Albert
Finney, James Coburn. The mysterious
deaths of a series of beautiful models
involved in a new advertising project are
blamed on the plastic surgeon who operated
on them. 'PG'
6:05 D (CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS
6:3063©©2JCBS NEWS
Q ®)TAVI
o ®1NBC NEWS
ED HO RACE FOR THE PENNANT Barry
Tompkins and Tim McCarver cover all the
bases leading to the 1982 World Series.

Q 60 SPORTSCENTER
"7:35 OED ANDY GRIFFITH
8:003(')GSEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTH-
ERS
O ® 9REAL PEOPLE
Q z TALES OF THE GOLD MONKEY
HBO CAMELOT Richard Harris, Meg
Bussert and Richard Muenz star in Lerner
and Loewe's classic Broadway musical
taped at the Winter Garden Theatre in New
York.
®O®®ED(50(31 ED 10EDCAROL AND
JIMMY Four of America's finest jazz musi-
cians -- Carol Sloane, Jimmy Rowles, Keeter
Betts and Bobby Durham -- team up for an
evening of jazz.
D END TIME GOSPEL HOUR
Q Q MOVIE * * * "The Killer Elite"
(1975) James Caan, Robert Duvall. The
CIA hires a professional assassin to protect
a Chinese political activist.
©D ED MOVIE * * "The Man With Fhe Pow-
er" (1977) Bob Neill, Vic Morrow. A high
school teacher learns that he has inherited
supernormal powers from his father which
render him valuable to government
espionage efforts.
SEDAUTO RACING Coverage of the
CART Detroit News Grand Prix 150 (R)
m EVERYTHING GOES "The Football Play-
er And The Cheerleader" This adult comedy
game show features contestants who must
take off their clothes if they incorrectly
answer a question that has been given them.
mD MOVIE * "The Boogey Man" (1980)
Suzarna Love, Nicholas Love. Years after
they murder their mother's boyfriend, a
brother and sister'are haunted by the victims
murderous ghost. 'R'
Q MOVIE **** "Face To Face" (1975)
Liv Ullmann, Erland Josephson. Directed by
Ingmar Bergman. After suffering a nervous
breakdown, a clinical psychiatrist tries to
regain a sense of identity and worthiness. 'R'
8:05 ;m MOVIE * * 112 "The Geisha Boy"
(1958) Jerry Lewis, Suzanne Pleshette. A
bumbling magician joins a USO tour in the
Far East.
8:30 0 MOVIE ** "Fairy Tales" (1978) Don
Sparks, Sy Richardson. A handsome prince
experiences many encounters as he jour-
neys through fairy land in search of the
woman who will bear his heir. 'R'
9:0063 (2) MOVIE "Life Of The Party: The Story
Of Beatrice" (Premiere) Carol Burnett,
Lloyd Bridges. A hard-drinking Texan turns
her life around and begins a campaign to
establish the first recovery house for other
female alcoholics.
O0® THE FACTS OF LIFE
O ) MOVIE "Money On The Side" (Prem-
iere) Karen Valentine, Jamie Lee Curtis.
Three suburban housewives risk everything
they hold dear when they turn to prostitution
in a desperate attempt to support their fami-
lies. (Parental discretion is advised)'

Tougher drunk driving
laws passed in Senate

LANSING (UPI)-Three bills
making it easier to convict drunk
drivers and placing heavier sanctions
on their licenses won final legislative
approval yesterday.
, Final adoption came on unanimous
votes in the Senate, only about an hour
after the House passed the bills. The
Senate accepted House amendments to
the bills which it had passed earlier this
year, thus sending them to Gov.
William Milliken's desk.
"THIS PACKAGE of bills takes a
dramatic step forward," said Rep.
Debbie Stabenow (D-Lansing). "We
have at least 25 major improvements

made in these bills."
The legislation's primary change
from current law is in license sanctions.
The penalties range from a 90-day
suspension for driving while "im-
paired," with a restricted license
available for getting to work or school,
up to a five-year revocation, with no
restricted license allowed.
As approved by the House Judiciary
Committee, the bills had also
established a .15 percent blood alcohol
level as conclusive proof that a person
is guilty of drunk driving. Known as the
"per se" level, that meant prosecutors
did not have to prove a person was in-

capable of driving with that amount of
alcohol.
THE FULL House, however, lowered
that level to .10 percent and also made
several other changes which include
drugs in the bill's language and expand
the circumstances under which blook
tests could be taken and used in eviden-
ce following accidents.
The bills also allow police to use a
preliminary roadside breath test as a
way to increase the certainty of making
arrests hold up in court. Backers of the
change predict drunk driving arrests
could increase two or three times
because of the new test.

Congress. to vote on student aid

(Continued from Page 1)
in January, a new continuing resolution
or concrete appropriation levels would
have to be established.
Grotrian said Congress would have to
do one or the other in January, or funds
for programs would "dry u
'That would be unthinkable," he said.
Both Butts and Grotrian said
Congressional delays in setting fund
levels for the federal financial aid
programs would cause considerable
problems in distributing eligibility
forms for these programs to the more
than 50,000 distribution points
throughout the country.
"THERE'S NO question that
agreeing to the wording of the forms,
printing them, and getting them to the
distribution points is going to require a
very tight schedule if we want ot have
them on the streets by Jan. 1,"
Grotrian said.

Stronger warnings came from Butts
and Associate Director of Financial Aid
Jerry Augsburger, both of whom said it
would be "almost impossible" to get
the forms out on time now.
"The delays have completely
screwed up the system," Augsburger
said. "They're already behind to the
point that even if they should set the
funding levels tomorrow, it would still
be impossible for themto do everything
necessary to get the forms out by Jan.
1."
Congress Sept. 10 overrrode a
presidential veto on a bill that provides
for a $217 million supplement to the
BEOG'and SEOG programs. The bill
now provides for a maximum Pell
Grant award of $1,800, up from the for-
mer maximum of $1,674.

Congress has shown bi-partisan op-
position to the administration's
requested money levels, which are
almost 40 eprcent lower than current
figures.

x

Break-ins on S. Division
Two break-ins occurred at residences
on the 600 block of S. Division St. in the
early morning hours ; last week , police
said. At one residence a Sony receiver
and turntable were stolen, and at the
other a Heath-Kit television valued at
$360 was taken.

Dean urges students to prepare defense
(Continued from Page 1)

committee, stressing the thorough job
he said it has done. "We should be
grateful they've been so willing and so
conscientious," he said. "I think so far
they've been impressed with us, but
that's entirely subjective. I feel en-
couraged so far."
IN ADDITION to conducting phone
surveys and soliciting letters from ex-
perts in the art field, committee mem-
bers have also visited other schools of
art, Bayliss told the students.
"My guess is they have been enor-
mously impressed with what we have
here, (more so) than what they've seen
elsewhere," he said.
The committee has been going to
great lengths to acquaint themselves
with the school, Bayliss said. "What
they knew about the art school (when

they started) you could stuff into a
thimble," he said.
BAYLISS SAID he believes the feed-
back the committee has received from
outside sources have been extremely
positive. "I think you would be cheered
if you read excerpts from the letters,"
he said. "It's not surprising, but it's
reassuring."
Art student Andrew Keenan, who
represents the school at the Michigan
Student Assembly, also spoke at the
meeting, encouraging students to get
involved with MSA activities connected
with the reviews. He said part of those
activities will be a protest at the Oct. 21
Regents meeting.
Deenan stressed the importance of
the student involvement in the Univer-

sity's entire budget redirection, not just
the review of the art school.
"I think if one (school) goes down,
another will," he said. "Everyone has
to stick together throughout this whole
thing.
Ann Peck, a senior in the art school,
said it's important to make the commit-
tee members into deferiders of the
school. "Decisions funnel up away from"
students. As the review process goes
on, decisions (are made) farther and
farther from the students."
"They (the review committee mem-
bers) are the opinion makers," she
said. "Once they've learned what the
school is, we have to make them come
out as advocates. If their votes are
strong, we have a much better chance."

Michael Gross and Meredith Baxter-Birney play liberal
parents of conservative kids, played by (l.-r.) Justine
Bateman, Tina Yothers and Michael J. Fox, on "Family
.Ties," to premiere tonight on NBC.

ED E BUSINESS REPORT
8 ED 5 LAVERNE & SHIRLEY & COM-
PANY
Q D 0 MQRE THAN A CONCERT David
Frost narrates a documentary profile of the
Netherlands Wind Ensemble.
O EDLAVERENE & SHIRLEY & COMPA-
NY
Q ® NCAA INSTRUCTIONAL SERIES
"Football: Punting And Kicking"
(! E60OVER EASY
6:35 ED BOB NEWHART
6:45 ® E RACQUETBALL "Women's Interna-
tional Championship Semifinal" Heather
McKay vs. Heather Stupp
7:00 )(29 FAMILY FEUD
O ® JOKER'S WILD
Q (ABC NEWS
HBO YESTERYEAR... 1969 This retros-
pective of the period of anti-war protests,
the advancement of civil rights, the birth of
"Doonesbury" and "Sesame Street," Rich-
ard Nixon and Woodstock includes an inter-
view with astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
®DWILD, WILD WORLD OF ANIMALS
E) EVENING REPORT
8 D~ M*A*S*H
O ® ®)BUSINESS REPORT
© ED BARNEY MILLER
IM) KOJAK
©D®DHAWAII FIVE-0
®EDICK CAVETT
Q ED MONEYMAKERS
7:050OED GOMER PYLE
7:15 ED® NCAA INSTRUCTIONAL SERIES
"Football: The Quarterback"
73063Q D2JP.M.MAGAZINE
7: ® TIC TAC DOUGH
I N) PEOPLE'S COURT
®D 0 ED (1 ( ED ED MACNEIL /
LEHRER REPORT
®DBLACK FORUM
8 ED 0 THREE'S COMPANY
0 E BASEBALL Chicago Cubs at New
York Mets

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group

' Hack Sackers alive and kicking
(Continued from Page 1) bag, in which competitors perform a brand and the Earthbag brand, which is
ampuses shows, the Midwest is routine of dance and gymnastic moves filled with cherry pits instead of
be left behind . choreographed to music. polyurethane pellets.
Michigan State University, a ANOTHER division is footbag golf, Eric's Action Sportswear also has a
of fanatics went so far as to find a which is similar to normal golf with one new shipment of . footbags in, and a

(p Q ® Q Q Q D WAR REQUIEM
Benjamin Britten's eloquent plea for peace is
performed by over 300 musicians and sing-
ers at the Dresdner Hofkirche to commemo-
rate the fate of Dresden and Coventry, both
destroyed in World War 11.
(D JIM BAKKER
9:30 0 ®9FAMILY TIES
m MOVIE * * "Lovers And Liars" (1979)
Goldie Hawn, Giancarlo Giannini. While trav-
eling in Italy, an American girl meets and
falls in love with a married man. 'R'
9:50 ED THIS IS HOLLYWOOD
10:00 0® @QUINCY
E FAITH FOR MIRACLES
Q (a ® INDEPENDENT NETWORK NEWS
ED ED THE NATIONAL / JOURNAL
8 1D TENNIS Highlights of the Sweden vs.
USA Davis Cup Quarterfinals (R)
m MOVIE *** "Pretty Baby" (1979)
Keith Carradine, Brooke Shields. A World
War I photographer decides to marry the
adolescent daughter of a prostitute in the
"Red Light District" of New Orleans. 'R'
10:05 Of )NEWS
10:30 m HBO HBO MAGAZINE
D 0 D ( ED ED THE CRISCO
KID A 10-year-old'scourageous struggle
with a skin disease that has crippled him
from birth is documented. (R)
Q E(0 ®BOB NEWHART
Q mNEWS
® DANCE FEST: MARGOT FONTEYN IN
ONDINE
10:35 0 (D BASEBALL Atlanta Braves at Los
Angeles Dodgers
11:008 3eD®0(DO(NEWS
E JACK BENNY
E SPIRIT OF DETROIT
Q m sSANFORD AND SON
Q0 BATTLELINE
SE SPORTSCENTER
SE PHILIP GUSTON: A LIFE LIVED A
profile of painter Philip Guston includes an
interview with the artist and a look at his last
retrospective at the San Francisco Museum
of Modern Art.
Q ED DICK CAVETT
11,0 © ® ENEWS
11:3063 ® MADAME'S PLACE
Q ®TONIGHT -
Q ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE
m HBO MOVIE * * "Greased Lightning"
(1977) Richard Pryor, Beau Bridges. After
World War II, a taxi driver becomes the first
black champion in the history of the race-car
circuit. 'PG'
E NO, HONESTLYI
Q E' D®BENNY HILL
Q 011DICK CAVETT
© ( CHARLIE'S ANGELS
Q CAPTIONED ABC NEWS
iE MOVIE ***)* "Moscow Doesn't
Believe In Tears" (1980) Vera Alentova,

faculty adviser last year so they could
qualify for free indoor practice space.
'A lot of people play Hack up here,
said MSU student Chris Valas. But
Valas admitted the formation of a for-
mal student group was "kind of tongue
in cheek."
Although players usually make up
their own rules, there are four official
divisions of competition. One of the
more interesting forms is Freestyle Foot-

obvious exception - no clubs are used.
Consecutive kicks, the most common
form of Hacky Sack games, is won by
the player who bops the bag the most
times.
So far, Ann Arbor's sports stores
have been a little slow to pick up the
footbag fad-only two stores stock
them. The Bivouac, which has carried
them for a year, has the Hacky Sack

er And The Cheerleader" This adult comedy
game show features contestants who must
take off their clothes if they incorrectly
answer a question that has been given them.
12:15 (D MOVIE * * "Man-Eater Of Kumaon"
(1948) Wendell Corey, Rhodes Reason. A
killer tiger stalks the hunter who wounded
him.
12:300 @O ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT
SED TOURIST The lives of a group of
American tourists traveling together through
Europe are suddenly altered by the people
they meet and the incidents which happen
to them. Starring Lee Meriwether, Bradford
Dillman, Adrienne Barbeau, David Groh,
MarisapBerenson, John McCook and Lau-
rette Spang-McCook.
IM MOVIE * * "Fairy Tales" (1978) Don
Sparks, Sy Richardson. A handsome prince
experiences many encounters as he jour-
neys through fairy land in search of the
woman who will bear his heir. 'R'
1:00 3) O SATURDAY NIGHT
O 9 LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTER-
MAN
®DCAROL AND JIMMY Four of America's
finest jazz musicians -- Carol Sloane, Jimmy
Rowles, Keeter Betts and Bobby Durham --
team up for an evening of jazz.
8QED @ MOVIE * ** "Hot Spell"
(1958) Shirley Booth, Anthony Quinn. A
middle-aged housewife seething with frustra-
tion over the problems of her children and
the indifference of her husband finally
decides to vent her steam.
1:100 CDO MOVIE ***12 "In Cold Blood"
(1967) Robert Blake, Scott Wilson. Based
on Truman Capote's novel of a true story. A
pair of moody and restless drifters arrive in a
rural Kansas farm town where they murder
an entire family before daylight.
1:15 (ID HBO ON LOCATION "Rich Little"
Impressionist Rich Little satirizes Ronald
Reagan, Richard Nixon and performs materi-
al fnm hs c ariva hu "T e rs Fmi-

"Red Light District" of New Orleans. 'R'
Q) MOVIE * "The Boogey Man" (1980)
Suzanna Love, Nicholas Love. Years after
they murder their mother's boyfriend, a
brother and sister are haunted by the victims
murderous ghost. 'R'
®DANCE FEST: MARGOT FONTEYNI IN
ONDINE
2:300 @ MOVIE ** V2 "The Mechanic"
(1972) Charles Bronson, Jan-Michael Vin-
cent. A new syndicate member is forced to
kill the man who taught him how to set up
"accidental" deaths for syndicate victims.
m HBO MOVIE ** "Looker" (1981)
Albert Finney, James Coburn. The mysteri-
ous deaths of a series of beautiful models
involved in a new advertising project are
blamed on the plastic surgeon who operated
on them. 'PG'
O ESPORTSCENTER
2:35 ®DMOVIE * * **'Mado" (1974) Michel
Piccoli, Romy Schneider. A middle-class
bachelor falls in love with a 22-year-old and
discovers a new emotion -- jealousy.
3:000QED NEWS
: MOVIE **** "Face To Face" (1975)
Liv Ullmann, Erland Josephson. Directed by
Ingmar Bergman. After suffering a nervous
breakdown, a clinical psychiatrist tries to
regain a sense of identity and worthiness. 'R'
3:30 (E THE CRISCO KID A 10-year-old's coura-
geous struggle with a skin disease that has
crippled him from birth is documented. (R)
® ED TOM COTTLE: UP CLOSE
O E AUTO RACING Coverage of the
CART Detroit News Grand Prix 150 (R)
QD MOVIE * * "All The Marbles" (1981)
Peter Falk, Burt Young. A hustling, wise-
cracking manager pushes his two female
wrestlers toward the top. 'R'
4:00D 9HBO MOVIE * * "Harry's War"
(1981) Edward Herrmann, Geraldine Page.
A small-town postman comes to the aid of
his aunt, who owes the IRS back taxes. 'PG'
fB DICK CAVETT

salesperson at Moe's Sports Shop said
he is trying desperately to find the
distributor that supplied them with an
initial stock.
For the most part, though, sports
store employees have never heard of
footbags. "I went right down through
the yellow pages trying to find a Hacky
Sack," said one local player. "They all
wanted to sell me their hockey socks."
Marines to
joi French
Ital.,an tmops
in Lebanon
(Continued from Page 1)
One of those fighters, the PLO's chief
of staff - Brig. Saad Sayel, was reported
ambushed and killed in eastern
Lebanon yesterday.
Lebanese press reports said Sayel
had returned to Lebanon a week after
he was evacuated to Syria.
RADIO REPORTS quoting the
Palestinian news agency WAFA said.
Sayel was assassinated in an ambush
while driving from Rayak to Baalbeck
in eastern Lebanon.
A statement by PLO chairman
Yasser Arafat's Al Fatah group, vowed

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NUMBER NUMBER

CALL NETWORK
LETTERS AFFILIATE

POINT OF
ORIGINATION

Q
O
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(56)
(62)
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WJBK
WIHT
WDIV
WXYZ
HBO
WTVS
WGPR
WKVBn

CBS
IND
NBC
ABC
PBS
IND
Mn

Detroit
Ann Arbor
Detroit
Detroit
New York
Detroit
Detroit
etrnit

i

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