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Wednesday
Daytime Specials
6:30 m HBO TRILOGY: THREE CLASSIC
TALES Animated. Three stories for children -
- "Rip Van Winkle," "The Little Prince;" and
"Martin The Cobbler" -- are brought alive
through the Claymation process.
9:30 o HBO MONEY MATTERS This fast-
paced documentary offers ways to save
money on telephone bills, a look at tag sales
and some insurance pointers.
Daytime Children's Show
6:30 Im HBO TRILOGY: THREE CLASSIC
TALES Animated. Three stories for children -
- "Rip Van Winkle," "The Little Prince," and
"Martin The Cobbler" -- are brought alive
through the Claymation process.
10:00 ©18) PROVINCIAL SCHOOLS
Daytime Sports
6:30 Q SPORTSFORUM (R)
7:00 O SPORTSCENTER
9:00 Q ® SPORTSFORUM (R)
9:30 O ® THIS WEEK IN THE NBA
10:001© ® SPORTSCENTER
12;0005 SPORTSWOMAN (R)
12'30 ® 5 POLO "Michelob International Gold
Cup Consolation Game" (R)
2:30 © ® GYMNASTICS Coverage of the
McDonalds Capital Invitational Tournament
3:30 Q 1 COLLEGE SOCCER "The Bronze
Boot" St. Louis vs. Southern Illinois at
Edwardsville (R)

leads her to a life of hardship in the wilder-
ness of northern Canada. 'PG'
Q m *** "Wuthering Heights" (1939)
Laurence Olivier, Merle Oberon. Based on
the story by Emily Bronte. A rich young
woman forsakes the love of a servant to
marry a social equal.
10:30ED ** "The First Time" (1982) Tim
Choate, Krista Erickson. A college freshman
who has been taught many schemes to cap-
ture a woman's fancy, discovers that love is
more important than cheap thrills. 'R'
11:30 m HBO *** "House Calls" (1978) Wal-
ter Matthau, Glenda Jackson. A widowed
doctor halts his Casanova tendencies long
enough to fall for a divorcee who doesn't
believe in philandering. 'PG'
12:00 © ® *** "North To Alaska" (1960)
John Wayne, Stewart Granger. A man finds
a substitute for his friend's fiancee after he
discovers she has married another. ,1
12:301 M**12 "Paternity" (1981) Burt Rey-
nolds, Beverly D'Angelo. A bachelor in his
forties who wants to be a father searches for
the right woman to bear his child. 'PG'
1:00 ® ** "Dragoon Wells Massacre" (1957)
Barry Sullivan, Dennis O'Keefe. An ill-assort-
ed group of men is trapped in a stockade
while an Apache attack is gathering on the
horizon.
Q m ***1/2 "It's A Mad, Mad, Mad,
Mad World" (Part 2) (1963) Spencer Tra-
cy, Milton Berle. A group of people travel
over mountains, through deserts and across
great expanses to reach $350,000 in buried
loot.
1:05 O (D *** "None But The Brave"
(1965) Frank Sinatra, Clint Walker. Ameri-
can and Japanese men stranded on a South
Pacific island declare a truce that lasts until
radio contact is resumed.
1:30 m HBO ** "The Incredible Shrinking
Woman" (1980) Lily Tomlin, Charles Gro-
din. A housewife finds it hard to cope when
she suddenly begins to shrink in size. 'PG'

"Wonderlarid" are among the hits per-
formed in concert by The Commodores.
®DIT'S EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS
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5:30 Q 2 Q ® NEWS
4 HBO THE COP AND THE ANTHEM
Robert Morse stars in this ironic comedy
based on O. Henry's story about a bum who
tries to get arrested so that he can spend the
night in a warm jail cell.
CHANGING LIFE ON EARTH
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profile of Stanley Kramer, featuring inter-
views with the director, the actors and'
actresses who have worked with him, and
clips from 11 of his films.
E JIM BAKKER
QD ®SEEING THINGS
m MOVIE **/2 "The Formula" (1980)
Marlon Brando, George C. Scott. While
investigating the murder of a colleague, a
veteran cop uncovers a conspiracy involving
the suppression of a synthetic fuel formula
b an oil cartel. 'R'
9:30 (1) FILTHY RICH
O Q FAMILY TIES
, BO ON LOCATION "Catch A Rising
Star's 10th Anniversary" Richard Belzer, Pat
Benatar, David Brenner, Billy Crystal, Gabe
Kaplan and Robin Williams are among the
stars saluting the New York showcase club
which gave them their start.
m MOVIE ** "Girls" Four young girls set
out todeclare their independence with boys,
romance and fun.
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actors and actresses who have worked with
him, and clips from 11 of his films.
Q 5 FUTURE SPORT A scientific explora-
tion of athletic performance which can aid
athletes in improving their game. (R)
(B MOVIE ** "Loophole" (1981) Albert
Finney, Martin Sheen. A criminal mastermind
and a respectable architect plan to execute
an elaborate bank robbery from the sewers
below the streets of London.
2:109 )HBO MOVIE *** "House Calls"
(1978) Walter Matthau, Glenda Jackson. A
widowed doctor halts his Casanova tenden-
cies long enough to fall for a divorcee who
doesn't believe in philandering. 'PG'
2:300 ®) MOVIE ** 12 "Short Walk To Day-
light" (1972) James Brolin, Don Mitchell. A
small group of people are trapped in a sub-
way after an earthquake destroys New York
City.
Q3® SPORTSCENTER
2:454 3 D ®NEWS
2:50 ® MOVIE "Samson In The Wax Museum"
1963) Santo, Claudio Book.
3:00 NON-FICTION TELEVISION
Q m NEWS
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Kim Pope, David Kirk. A merry widow adds
to her bank account by marrying a succes-
sion of husbands who die mysteriously. 'R'

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OPERA
3:25 Q ® MOVIE *12 "It's Your Move" (1968)
Edward G. Robinson, Terry-Thomas. A clev-
er Briton plots a dastardly scheme to rob a
Majorcan bank.
3:30 © TOM COTTLE: UP CLOSE
Q 5 AUTO RACING Coverage of the
USAC Dirt Cars from Springfield, Ill. (R)
3:50 m HBO MOVIE * * "Silence Of The,
North" (1981) Ellen Burstyn, Tom Skerritt.
In 1919, a young woman's marriage to a
trapper leads her to a life of hardship in the
wilderness of northern Canada. 'PG'
4:00 ® PBS LATENIGHT
S E MOVIE ** "New Frontier" (1935)
John Wayne, Muriel Evans. The Three
Mesquiteers aid a group of ranchers whose',
land has been struck by a flood.
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(1981) Treat Williams, Jerry Orbach. A New
York cop is caught between federal pressure
and loyalty to his fellow officers during an
investigation of widespread police corrup-
tion. 'R'
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Randolph, J. Edward Bromberg.
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NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Democratic
businessman Frank Lautenberg,
making his first bid for elected office,
defeated four-term Republican
congresswoman Millicent Fenwick
yesterday in their race for U.S. Senate.
With 5,273 of 5,687 precincts repor-
ting, or 93 percent, Lautenberg held a 52
percent to 48 percent edge over his
nationally known rival. The Democrat
had 1,024,679 votes to Fenwick's
952,280.
FENWICK, the 72-year-old whose
patrician manners have been parodied
in the comic strip Doonesbury, began
the campaign. a heavy favorite. As
recently as mid-September, polls
showed her leading by almost 20 per-
centage points, but in more recent polls
her margin slipped drastically.
"I think we must admit my opponent
won the election," she told her suppor-
ters gathered in her hometown of Ber-
nardsville. "The people have spoken.
It's been a wonderful battle and we
lost."

Lautenberg told a crowd gathered at
his headquarters in Parsippany that
"For many people in this state, this vic-
tory is an expression of hope.
An AP-NBC exit poll of New Jersey
voters showed that only 37 percent gave
President Reagan's economic policies
good or excellent rating. 1fenwick had
supported those policies.
"I THINK it's a combination of the
situation of the unemployed, which is so
painful, and money," Fenwick said of
the results. "You don't spend that much
money on the airwaves without it
having some effect."
Lautenberg, the millionaire chair,
man chairman of Automatic Dat4
Processing Inc., spent $1.9 million irk
the Democratic primary and $2.
million in the general election, a tota
nearly $2 million higher than Fenwick's
expenditures.
Lautenberg will succeed Sen
Nicholas Brady, appointed by Gov;
Thomas Kean last April to succeed Sen!
Harrison Williams, who resigned after
an Abscam conviction.

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Daytime Movies
5:00 m * * 1/i "The Formula" (1980) MarIon
Brando, George C. Scott. While investigating
the murder of a colleague, a veteran cop
uncovers a conspiracy involving the suppres-
sion of a synthetic fuel formula by an oil car-
tel. 'R'
7:00 m ** "Melvin And Howard" (1980) Paul
LeMat, Jason Robards. An otherwise
unknown gas station attendant claims to be
the rightful heir to Howard Hughes' billion
dollar estate. 'R'
8:004 HBO **1/2 "Paternity" (1981) Burt
Reynolds, Beverly D'Angelo. A bachelor in
his forties who wants to be a father searches
for the right woman to bear his child. 'PG'
8:30 Q I ** / "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.
m ** "Loophole" (1981) Albert Finney,
Martin Sheen. A criminal mastermind and a
respectable architect plan to execute an
elaborate bank robbery from the sewers
below the streets of London.
9:05 Q ( ** 1 "Interlude" (1957) June Ally-
son, Rossano Brazzi. A mentally distraught
woman refuses to surrender her composer
husband over to the librarian lady who really
loves him.
10:00 m HBO * * "Silence Of The North"
(1981) Ellen Burstyn, Tom Skerritt. In 1919,
a young woman's marriage to a trapper

2:00 m **1/2 "The Formula'' (1980) MarIon
Brando, George C. Scott. While investigating
the murder of a colleague, a veteran cop
uncovers a conspiracy involving the suppres-
sion of a synthetic fuel formula by an oil car-
tel. 'R'
3:00 ) HBO **/2 "Paternity" (1981) Burt
Reynolds, Beverly D'Angelo. A bachelor in
his forties who wants to be a father searches
for the right woman to bear his child. 'PG'
Evening
4:00 6 ® EIGHT IS ENOUGH
Sat MOST ACTIVE STOCKS / BUSINESS
NEWS
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' MOVIE ** "Loophole" (1981) Albert
Finney, Martin Sheen. A criminal mastermind
and a respectable architect plan to execute
an elaborate bank robbery from the sewers
below the streets of London.
4:05 ® THE MUNSTERS
4:30 ® FNN WRAP-UP / BUSINESS FINAL
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CERT "Easy," "Three Times A Lady" and

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5:35 O EDBEWITCHED
6:0063 (8 ) 0( ) () I S NEWS
p ® FINANCIAL NEWS NETWORK
m HBO TRILOGY: THREE CLASSIC
TALES Animated. Three stories for children -
- "Rip Van Winkle," "The Little Prince," and
"Martin The Cobbler" -- are brought alive
through the Clayrnation process.
® CULTURE, COMMUNITY AND IDENTITY
® THE SCENE
O ED MORK AND MINDY
3 ® Q I QmIT'S EVERYBODY'S BUSI-
NESS
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Q m BJ 1 OB
O 5 SKI SCHOOL Tips for better skiing.
Filmed at Killington, Vt.) (R)
® INSIDE BUSINESS TODAY
m MOVIE ** "Melvin And Howard"
(1980) Paul LeMat, Jason Robards. An oth-
erwise unknown gas station attendant claims
to be the rightful heir to Howard Hughes' bil-
lion dollar estate. 'R'
6:05 O ED CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS
6:30 p (1) CBS NEWS
© TAVI
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SE (0 ©m LAVERNE & SHIRLEY &
COMPANY
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paced documentary offers ways to save
money on telephone bills, a look at tag sales
and some insurance pointers.
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CDMOVIE ** 12 "Paternity" (1981) Burt
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his forties who wants to be a father searches
for the right woman to bear his child. 'PG'
7:35 OD mDANDY GRIFFITH
8:0063 () SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTH-
ERS
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OQC)TALES OF THE GOLD MONKEY
mHBOMOVIE **1/2 "So Fine" (1981)
Ryan O'Neal, Jack Warden. A stuffy college
professor saves his father's floundering gar-
ment factory by inventing a new type of
ladies' jeans. 'R'
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THE PITTSBURGH
®D END TIME GOSPEL HOUR
0 ED'"®MOVIE **H*/2 "The Pink Panth-
er Strikes Again" (1976) Peter Sellers, Her-
bert Loin. The maniacal former police
inspectormDreyfus directs a dozen assassins
to eliminate the bungling Inspector Jacques
Clouseau.
Q3 EDNBA BASKETBALL Chicago Bulls vs.
Detroit Pistons.
©D®SNATURE OF THINGS
O3® AUTO RACING Coverage of the
US~AC flirt Ca.srs from 5Sorinafield. III.

FAITH FOR MIRACLES
ED ®NEWS
(JED0 ® MOVIE ** "Sidewalks Of Lon-
don" (1940) Charles Laughton, Vivien
Leigh. Astreet entertainer adopts a home-
less waif and helps her become a star.
Q 5®THE NATIONAL / JOURNAL
10:05 mENEWS
10:30 m NEWS
3® NFL FILM
11:00 3 (0I)&O( ) NEWS
(DHBOMOVIE * *1/2 "Paternity" (1981)
Burt Reynolds, Beverly D'Angelo. A bache-
lor in his forties who wants to be a father
searches for the right woman to bear his
child. 'PG'
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635 SPORTSCENTER
3m DICK CAVETT (R)
D 0 MACNEIL / LEHRER REPORT
MOVIE * * "Melvin And Howard"
(1980) Paul LeMat, Jason Robards. An oth-
erwise unknown gas station attendant claims
to be the rightful heir to Howard Hughes' bil-
lion dollar estate. 'R'
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OPERA
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Q ED 0oBENNY HILL
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MOVIE ** "Mrs. Barrington" (1976)
Kim Pope, David Kirk. A merry widow adds
to her bank account by marrying a succes-
sion of husbands who die mysteriously. 'R'
11:35 ® MOVIE ** "Sara Dane" (Part 3)
Juliet Jordan, Harold Hopkins. When Sara's
husband is murdered in the Irish Convict
Rebellion, Sara shuns the love of an ex-con-
vict for that of a mysterious French aristo-
crat.
© MOVIE *** "Satan Never Sleeps"
(1962) William Holden, France Nuyen. Two
priests perilously oppose the Chinese Com-
munist Army when it takes over a mission.
12:0063i©® IRONSIDE
Q1C:) THE LAST WORD
®DNEWS
0 .0LAUREL AND HARDY
0 5®COLLEGE SOCCER "The Bronze
Boot" St, Louis vs. Southern Illinois at
Edwardsville (R)
® MOVIE ** "The Damned" (1969) Dirk
Bogarde, Ingrid Thulin. A wealthy industrial
family is torn apart by the decadence and
social upheaval of early Nazi Germany.
12:150 MOVIE * * /2 "The Highwayman"
(1951) Charles Coburn, Philip Friend. In the
1700s, a British innkeeper's daughter falls in
love with a member of the nobility who is
disguised as a road thief to champion the
cause of the oppressed.
12:30 0® ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT
8D UNTAMED WORLD
mE MOVIE **/2 "The Landlord"
(1970) Beau Bridges, Lee Grant. A wealthy
young man causes a stir within his family
when he decides to purchase a tenement
house in the hetto.
I MOVIE *'b "Paternity" (1981) Burt
Reynolds, Beverly D'Angelo. A bachelor in
his fortieshwho wants to be a father searches
for the right woman to bear his child. 'PG'
12:40 ( HBO MOVIE * "Death Valley"
(1982) Paul LeMat, Peter Billingsley. A New
York youngster is sent to Arizona to visit his
mother and stumbles across a series of grisly
murders. 'R'
1:0063©® )SATURDAY NIGHT
:0 () LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTER-
MAN
,0 () MOVIE ** "The Deadly Trackers"
(1973) Richard Harris, Rod Taylor. The
tranquil life of a peaceful sheriff is shattered
when his wife is killed and his son taken hos-
tage by a crazed bandit.
(D PREVIN AND THE PITTSBURGH

Dems hail gains in
House, governorships

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man of the Republican National Con-
gressional Committee, said that based
on early returns, "I wouldn't quite call
it a disaster yet."
Rep. Paul Trible Jr., in defeating Lt.
Gov. Richard Davis, was gaining 52
percent of the Virginia vote to succeed
retiring Sen. Harry Byrd, an indepen-
dent who had voted for Reagan
programs but for Democratic control of
the chamber.
REPUBLICAN Senate seats also
were in jeopardy in New Jersey-where
Rep. Millicent Fenwick trailed
Democratic businessman Frank
Lautenberg-as well as Missouri and
Minnesota. There were only sparse
returns from the latter states.
Voters also chose legislators in 46
states, and settled ballot questions in-
cluding nuclear freeze propositions in
nine states, and major cities across the
nation. The freeze won by a two-to-one
margain in the District of Columbia and
was carrying well in seyeral New
England states.
There were Senate elections in 33
states. Winning re-election, as expected
were Democratic Sens. Edward Ken-
nedy of Massachusetts, Howard Met-
zenbaum of Ohio, James Sasser of Ten-
nessee, Robert Byrd of West Virginia,
Paul Sarbanes of Maryland, Edward
Zorinsky of Nebraska, John Stennis of
Mississippi, William Proxmire of
Wisconsin, Donald Riegle of Michigan,
George Mitchell of Maine, Lloyd Ben-
tsen of Texas, Daniel Patrick -
Moynihan of New York and Lawton
Chiles of Florida. Republicans re-
elected were Sens. William Roth of
Delaware, Richard Lugar of Indiana,
and John Heinz of Pennsylvania.
AND SEN. Lowell Weicker, the
maverick Republican from Connec-
ticut, won his race against Rep. Toby
Moffett.
In the Senate, Democrats needed a
net gain of five seats to topple Repub-

Wallace
... governor again

returns in the other House contests. It
takes 218 seats to claim majority.
THIRTY-SIX states elected gover-
nors.
Former Alabama Gov. George
Wallace won a comeback fourth termy
for the office he left 10 years ago.
Democrat Richard Celeste, a former
lieutenant governor, took over what
had been a Republican State House in
Ohio.
Democratic Gov. Hugh Gallen of New
Hampshire was trailing Republican
John Sununu, a college professor, 51
percent to 47 percent.
Elsewhere, though, the races for
governor were going the Democrats'
way, they won in 11 states that curren-
tly have Democratic governors, and led
in seven where the governors now are
Republicans.
GOP GOVERNORS were re-elected
in Tennessee and South Dakota, and
Republicans were leading in four other
states.

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