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TV LISTINGS

Thursday
Daytime Specials
6:30 @ HBO WILD BABIES This documentary
catches many wild animals as they grow %)
and learn to survive in their natural habitat.
12:00 D ED (I SOUTH AFRICA BELONGS TO
US A documentary profile of the work and
lives of black women struggling for survival
under the rigid apartheid laws in South Afri-
ca is resented.
3:00 Qb 0 ISRAELI DIARY Attorney Stanley
M. Rosenblatt interviews prominent Israeli
political figures on the question of Palestini-
an statehood.
Daytime Children's Show
10:00 Q S) PROVINCIAL SCHOOLS
Daytime Sports
8:30 © ® SKI SCHOOL Tips for better skiing.
Filmed at Killington, Vt.) (R)
7:00 Q SPORTSCENTER
9:00 U W SPORTSWOMAN (R)
9:30 U)12SPORTSFORUM (R)
10:00 Q SPORTSCENTER
12:00 W AUTO RACING Coverage of the
Detroit News Grand Prix 150 (R)
2:00 O HORSESHOW JUMPING Coverage
of the International Jumping Derby from
New ort, R.I. (R)
2:59 Q BASEBALL National League playoff
game 2 (If Atlanta is NL West winner, then
game will be played at 8:00 p.m. EDT)
Daytime Movies
4:550 HBO *** "Arthur" (1981) Dudley
Moore, Liza :Minnelli. While. his family
attempts to force him into a pre-arranged
marriage, a drunken, hedonistic playboy falls
in love with a poor working girl. 'PG'
5:001 ** "Hoodwink" Judy Davis, Dennis

Miller. A professional burglar contrives a
deception that insures him of a light prison
sentence.
6:30(o * * "Who Has Seen The Wind?"
(1977) Gordon Pinsent, Jose Ferrer. Two
young boys' lives touch in a small prairie
town during the Great Depression.
8:00M HBO **1 "Bear Island" (1980) Don-
ald Sutherland, Vanessa Redgrave. An Arc-
tic weather-research team's members are
forced into a fight for their very survival. 'PG'
8:30 f **v/ "Run Of The Arrow" (1956)
Rod Steiger, Brian Keith. An embittered ex-
Confederate soldier joins a Sioux uprising,
but experiences a change of heart when he
realizes that his true loyalties lie with the
white man after all.
IM **V2 "Any Which Way You Can"
(1980) Clint Eastwood, Sondra Locke.
Before settling down with his girl and pet
orangutan, a bare-fisted fighter signs up for
one last, lucrative match. 'PG'
9:05 5 6 *** "Elephant Walk" (1954) Eliz-
abeth Taylor, Dana Andrews. A young Eng-
lish girl faces many difficult adjustments
when she marries the owner of a tea planta-
tion in Ceylon.
10:00 m HBO ** V/ "Portrait Of A Rebel: Mar-
garet Sanger" (1980) Bonnie Franklin,
David Dukes.At the turn-of-the-century, one
courageous woman battles government,
medical and religious opposition in an effort
to educate women in birth control methods.
Q 0 ** "The Perfect Furlough"
(1959) Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh. An Army
officer is accompanied by a female psychol-
ogist when he spends a week in Paris with a
movie star.
10:30 m *** "Body Heat" (1981) William
Hurt, Kathleen Turner. A smalltime Florida
lawyer is persuaded by his lover to murder
her husband. 'R'
12:00 m HBO ** "Spirit Of The Wind" (1979)
Chief Dan George. A young boy overcomes
his handicap to become the World Champi-
on Dog Sledder. 'PG'
0 8Si ** "Death Of A Gunfighter"
(1969) Richard Widmark, Lena Horne. A
small-town marshal stubbornly refuses to
relinquish his position even though the town
no longer needs him.
12:30 M ** "Hoodwink" Judy Davis, Dennis
Miller. A professional burglar contrives a
deception that insures him of a light prison

sentence.
1:00( * * "Casbah" (1948) Tony Martin,
Marta Toren. Love proves to be the undoing
of Pepe LeMoko when he leaves his hiding
place in the Casbah to pursue a woman.
Q (0 ® * "Last Of The Red Hot Lov-
ers" (1972) Alan Arkin, Sally Kellerman. A
middle-aged restaurant, owner seeks an
affair to break the routine of his life.
1:05 Q( *** "The Savage" (1952) Charl-
ton Heston, Susan Morrow. A white man
raised bySioux Indians is torn between his
loyalties when war breaks out.
2:00 (pHBO **12 "The Private Eyes" (1980)
Don Knotts, Tim Conway. Two bumbling
Americandetectives are called in to investi-
gate a series of murders in an English castle.
'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'
3:30 m HBO **12 "Bear Island" (1980) Don-
ald Sutherland, Vanessa Redgrave. An Arc-
tic weather-research team's members are
forced into a fight for their very survival. 'P'
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Can" (1980) Clint Eastwood, Sondra
Locke. Before settling down with his girl and
pet orangutan, a bare-fisted fighter signs up
for one last, lucrative match. 'PG'
4:05 Q THE MUNSTERS
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O ED MOVIE *** "Badlands"
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with a young murderer.
O © m MOVIE *** "Coogan's Bluff"
(1968) Clint Eastwood, Lee J. Cobb. When
an Arizona deputy arrives in New York to
capture an escaped murderer, he relies upon
his back-home strategy and methods.
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SMALL
E MOVIE *** "Pretty Baby" (1979)
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War I photographer decides to marry the
adolescent daughter of a prostitute in the
"Red Light District" of New Orleans. 'R'
m MOVIE *** "Body Heat" (1981) Wil-
liam Hurt, Kathleen Turner. A smalltime Flor-
ida lawyer is persuaded by his lover to mur-
der her husband. 'R'
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UTE
8:05 0 ED MOVIE *** "Kotch" (1971)
Walter Matthau, Deborah Winters. A widow-
er refuses to let his children put him out to
pasture.
8:300 ) STAR OF THE FAMILY
m HBO MOVIE **z "The Private Eyes"
(1980) Don Knotts, Tim Conway. Two bum-
bling American detectives are called in to
investigate a series of murders in an English
castle. 'PG'
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atmosphere at an English boys' school leads
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10:008p ® KNOTS LANDING
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(1980) Sylvia Kristel, Howard Hesseman. A
wealthy man assigns his seductive house-
keeper the job of providingis 15-year-old
son with his first sexual experience. 'R'
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10(00EDNEWS
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© m PAPER CHASE
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tured: Playmate of the Month, Vicki Lynn
Lasseter; a Playboy interview; "Playboy on
the Scene" and more.
E MOVIE ** "Hoodwink" Judy Davis,
Dennis Miller. A professional burglar con-
trives a deception that insures him of a light
prison sentence.
10:30 E( 0 NEWS
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War I photographer decides to marry the
adolescent daughter of a prostitute in the
"Red Light District" of New Orleans. 'R'
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11:05 © ® NEWS
11:30 0o MADAME'S PLACE
0OE® TONIGHT
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m HBO MOVIE *** "Body Heat"
(1981) William Hurt, Kathleen Turner. A
smalltime Florida lawyer is persuaded by his
lover to murder her husband. 'R'
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Q)MOVIE ** "Any Which Way You
Can" (1980) Clint Eastwood, Sondra
Locke. Before settling down with his girl and,
pet orangutan, a bare-fisted fighter signs up
for one last, lucrative match. 'PG'
11:35 p ® MOVIE **** "Anastasia" (1956)
Ingrid Bergman, Yul Brynner. An amnesiac
girl in Germany claims to be the only surviv-
ng heir to the Czar of Russia.
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OD ED MOVIE ** "2"Too Much, Too
Soon" (1959) Dorothy Malone, Errol Flynn.
John Barrymore's daughter, Diana, suffers
heartbreak despite being wealthy and
famous.
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NASCAR Holly Farms 400 from North Wilk-
esboro, NC. (R)
ED MOVIE * * ** "... If" (1968) Malcolm
McDowell, David Wood. The oppressive
atmosphere at an English boys' school leads
to a violent student rebellion. 'R'
12:15( DMOVIE * * "The Big Frame" (1953)
Mark Stevens, Jean Kent. A squadron
reunion sparks a man to begin investigating
an old murder case.
12:30 0 ® ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT
© E MOVIE *** "Thunderbolt And
Lightfoot" (1974) Clint Eastwood, Jeff
Bridges. A thief robs the same bank for the
second time when he can't find the money
he stole the first time.
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0 E m ® MOVIE ** "Tower Of London"
(1962) Vincent Price, Michael Pate. Richard
Ill battles several opponents in his rise to
power.
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tured: Playmate of the Month, Vicki Lynn
Lasseter; a Playboy interview; "Playboy on
the Scene" and more.
1:10 0 ) MOVIE** "Hurricane" (1974) Lar-
ry Hagman, Martin Milner. A hurricane swirls
through a Gulf Coast town wreaking havoc
on the lives of terrified citizens.
1:30 ([ HBO MOVIE * * "The Blue Lagoon"
(1980) Brooke Shields, Christopher Atkins.
Two castaway children grow to adolescence
on a remote, South Pacific island and expe-
rience the pangs of first love. 'R'
EDGREAT ZOOS OF THE WORLD
CD 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'
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an"
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McDowell, David Wood. The oppressive
atmosphere at an English boys' school leads
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(1974) Peter Fonda, Cornelia Sharpe.
Three mentally unstrung Vietnam vets play a
sadistic cat-and-mouse game with a young
couple whom they kidnap to take part in
their perverted sport.
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(1947) John Garfield, Joan Crawford. A
wealthy woman, benefactor of an ambitious
violinist, is cast by the wayside when she is
no longer needed.
2:55( MOVIE * "The Badge Of Marshal
Brennan" (1957) Jim Davis, Arleen Whelan.
A curious twist of events turns a criminal into
a lawman.
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world's largest inland delta in the Republic of
Botswana, Africa, an effort is being made to
reconcile the conflicting needs of man and
wildlife.
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mysterious goings-on at Baskerville Hall and
begins ,to suspect everyone, including him-
self.
3:45 E MOVIE ** "FBI 99" (1966) Martin
Lamont, Helen Talbot. A-trailblazing detec-
tive attacks crime with advanced and pro-
gressive methods.
4:00 (B DICK CAVETT
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Pirate" (1945) Bob Hope, Virginia Mayo.
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princess and hold them hostage on the
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Lasseter; a Playboy interview; "Playboy on
the Scene" and more.
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(1980) Sylvia Kristel, Howard Hesseman.' A
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harder, Bekken said.
Some teaching assistants were also
disappointed that the proposed contract
does not carry a strong affirmative ac-'
tion plan, which was rated as a top con-
cern in a survey of teaching assistants
last February. GEO leaders had wan-
ted the University to establish specific
hiring goals and to set up committees --
with GEO representation - to monitor
departments in meeting those goals.
The contract drawn up by student and
University negotiators last July does
not include such a plan, but it does
require that the University consult the
student union on formulating a plan by
the end of this month. It would also for-
ce the University to implement the plan
by Jan: 15. Kaboolian said the Univer-
sity refused to grant any further con-
cessions.
While GEO bargainers originally
asked for limits on class size, the final
draft leaves the ultimate decision up to
the individual departments. Because of
the diversity of class types and for-
mats, Kaboolian said, the University
refused to set a University-wide ceiling
on class size. The proposed contract
does, however, encourage departments
to set their own limits and requires
department chairpersons to meet with

GEO members in coming up with such
policies.
Kaboolian also warned that if the
GEO members reject this contract, it is
possible that University officials might
declare an "impasse" in bargaining
and seek to have GEO discertified as
the teaching assistants' official union.
University officials, however, declined
yesterday to speculate on what they
might do if the proposal is rejected.
Ann Moyer, a spokeswoman for GEO,,
said it is not known when the ballots on
the contract, which will be received
through the mail, will be tallied.
Copies of the proposed contract are
available at the Undergraduate
Library's Reserve Desk and at the GtO
office at 812 Monroe.
Correction
Under PIRGIM's proposed plan fog
collecting contributions from students,
people would be assessed the $2 fee on
their tuition bill only if they did not
check a box on that bill. An article in
yesterday's Daily ("MSA okays
PIRGIM funding plan") incorrectly
stated that if students didn't want to
contribute, their money would be
refunded.

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