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© 1( MOVIE *** "Our Very Own"
(1950) Ann Blyth, Farley Granger. A young
girl makes the traumatic discovery that she
is an adopted child.
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Night" (1978) Bruno Ganz. A chess prodi-
gy reaches the peak of paranoia and
megalomania trying to win the world cham-
pionship.
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(1933) Paul Robeson, Dudley Diggs. Based
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porter rises to uncertain power as a Haitian
king.
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money on telephone bills, a look at tag sales
a and some insurance pointers.
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Gayle in Concert" The Grammy Award-win-
ning star sings many of her biggest hits,
including "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes
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6:00 E HBO ** "Who Has Seen The Wind?"
(1977) Gordon Pinsent, Jose Ferrer. Two
young boys' lives touch in a small prairie
town during the Great Depression.
7:0010 ** "High Country" (1981) Timothy
Bottoms, Linda Pyri. An escaped convict
and his handicapped girlfriend flee to the
mountains. PG'
8:001 HBO **/2 "Portrait Of A Rebel: Mar-
garet Sanger" (1980) Bonnie Franklin,
David-Dokes. 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.
8:30 © ( "Mister Corey" (1957) Tony Curtis,
Martha Hyer. A poor boy that strikes it reach
returns to his hometown to win a society girl.
9:000 *** "First Family" (1980) Gilda
Radner, Bob Newhart. The sexually
repressed daughter of the country's weirdest
presidential family complicates her father's
attempts to conduct the affairs of state. 'R'
9:05(0 *** "Louisa" (1950) Ronald
Reagan, Charles Coburn. A middle-aged
man has problems with his daughter and his
widowed mother.
10:000 m3 ** 2 "Apartment 'For Peggy"
(1948) William Holden, Jeanne Crain. A
professor offers his attic to a student and his
pregnant wife for housing.
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Neil Diamond, Laurence Olivier. A New York
cantor breaks with family tradition and sets
out to find success as a pop music star. 'PG'
Q *** "The Club" (1980) Jack Thomp-
son, Graham Kennedy. The coach of a has-
been Australian football team finds the going
rough both on the playing field and in the
beard bm here he facesIarantagonistic
club resident.
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(1957) Joanne Woodward, David Wayne.
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neurotic woman manifests a third under hyp-
"-nosis.
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Gregory Peck, Roger Moore. During World
War 1I, a group of British businessmen form a
- volunteer regiment to destroy a German spy
nest in the Indian Ocean. 'PG'
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McCrea, Dan Kemp. A man has flashbacks
of the early days of the West after the U.S.-
Mexican War, when he stumbled upon a
small Apache family living on the Apache
Rancheria.
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Heflin, Ed Begley. Based on a drama by Rod
Serling. A business tycoon gets caught up in
a high-echelon power struggle.
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Treat Williams, Jerry Orbach. A New York
cop is caught between federal pressure and
loyalty to his fellow officers during an investi-
gation of widespread police corruption. 'R'
s 05 "31 ** 2 "A Lion Is in The Streets"
(1953) James Cagney, Barbara Hale. A
rural Southern demagogue gains the support
of poor dirt farmers and lies his way to politi-
(cal power.
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;-garet Sanger" (1980) Bonnie Franklin,
David Dukes. At the turn of the century, one
courageous woman battles government,
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to educate women in birth control methods.
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mans" (1973) Charles Robinson, Tim Con-
sidine. A group of con men train a gang of
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robberies, but they are outsmarted by a
you Indian boy who loves the dogs.
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and the Mad Hatter. 'R'
MOVIEr*** "First Family" (1980) Gil-
da Radner, Bob Newhart. The sexually
repressed daughter of the country's weirdest
presidential family complicates her father's
attempts to conduct the affairs ofhstate. 'R'
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cattle to Mexico.
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(1981) Treat Williams, Jerry Orbach. A New
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and loyalty to his fellow officers during an

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Paul Newman, Fredric March. An Apache-
raised white man is forced to protect the
lives of those he hates.
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MAN
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(1972) Barbra Streisand, David Selby. An
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modern society turns to flights of fantasy
and the feminist movement as a solution for
her problems.
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(1953) John Payne, Evelyn Keyes. A taxi
driver becomes the prime suspect when his

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And The Savage" (1968) Michael Rennie,
Eleanor Brown. A young woman attempts to
control her cousin's inheritance by commit-
ting a series of murders at a girls' school.
3:30( DHBO MOVIE **/ "True Confessions"
(1981) Robert De Niro, Robert Duvall. The
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'U' students develop
super mileage vehicle

By DAN WEINGARTEN
A group of engineering and art
students has designed and built a
"super-mileages vehicle they hope will
challenge the world's record for
automotive mileage efficiency.
The ultra-light, streamlined vehicle
is expected to achieve a fuel efficiency
of 1,800 to 2,000 miles per gallon on iso-
octane, a pure hydrocarbon. The
world's record stands at 1,750 miles per
gallon.
STUDENTS IN the Society of
Automotive Engineers and their ad-
visor, Prof. John Hilliard, developed
the vehicle's frame and mechanical
components, while art school industrial
design students and shop supervisor
Mark Krecic worked on the vehicle's
outer body. .
Although the "super-mileage"
vehicle is still awaiting a transmission
and needs to be tested on the road
before it will be ready to compete, the
students are planning the first com-
petitive test for June 1983 at the Eaton
proving grounds in Marshall, Mich.
They also say they hope to take the
vehicle to the world record competition
sponsored by the Shell Oil Co. in
England next summer..
Mark Strassburger, one of the eight
to 10 engineering students who have
been working on the vehicle for a year
and a half, described the car's chances
of breaking the world record as "very
good."
"TO ACHIEVE the kind of mileage
figures we're talking about, one has to
pay attention to absolutely every
detail," says Hilliard. Attempts to con-
struct other vehicles of this kind usually
neglect some aspect of efficiency, he
said.
Everything about the three-wheeled
vehicle is built with mileage in mind,
from the aluminum frame to the
modified two-horsepower engine,
Strassburger said. High-quality bicycle

racing tires will cut down on roll.
resistance and the outer body, molded
from lightweight butyl acetate, wil '
minimize wind resistance, he said.
"The body of the vehicle was
designed to resemble a water droplet
which is the world's most aerodynamic
shape," Krecic said.
The students will have a computer tQ
assess physical aspects bf the track and
wind conditions on the day of the come
petition to determine the best driving
strategy.
THE COMPUTER operator will be in
contact with the driver by radio during
the competition. A-desire to keep driver
weight under 150 lbs. may'mean that a
woman will be behind the wheel,
students said.
Built primarily for mileage first, the
vehicle has a top speed of only 30 miles
per hour.
Krecic said that in addition to any
competitive awards it may win, the
project has benefitted students by
giving them practical experience and a
chance for interdisciplinary,
cooperation.
"The project's greatest value was iW
initiating a hopefully ongoing relationt
ship between the industrial design
department and part of the engineering
college," said Krecic, "providing a
stronger and more practical education-
al experience for the students."
Strassburger agreed, saying tlt he
found working on the vehicle was "in
some ways more valuable than
classroom experience. I gaiped good
practical knowledge that will have ap-
plications in a career."
Krecic said he sees cooperation bet-
ween schools on a project like this as
one possible way of achieving the
"smaller but better" goal of the ad-
ministration. "InterdepartmentAl
projects of this sort might help to main-
tain the quality of the University in a
smaller format."

investigation of widespread police corrup-
tion. 'R'
10:05 Om NEWS
10:304D MOVIE * * "Alice In Wonderland"
(1976) Kristine DeBell, Jason Williams. A
young girl learns about life when she steps
through her looking glass into a world inhab-
ited by Humpty Dumpty, the White Rabbit
and the Mad Hatter. 'R'
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City" (1981) Treat Williams, Jerry Orbach.
A New "fork cop is.caught between federal

faithless wife is found murdered.
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(1976) Kristine DeBell, Jason Williams. A
young girl learns about life when she steps
through her looking glass into a world inhab-
ited by Humpty Dumpty,,the White Rabbit
and the Mad Hatter. 'R'
m MOVIE * ** "The Club" (1980) Jack
Thompson, Graham Kennedy. The coach of
a has-been Australian football team finds the
going rough both on the playing field and in
the board room where he faces an anta-
gonistic club president.

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warhorses endured despite age and in-
firmity, and new stars were born.
Fading from the national political
scene were Gov. Edmund Brown; def-
eated for the Senate in California by
San Diego's GOP Mayor Pete Wilson,
and Millicent Fenwick, New Jersey's
aristocratic pipe-smoking
congresswoman beaten for the Senate
by Democratic millionaire Frank
Lautenberg.
DOWN BUT not out is Los Angeles
Mayor Tom Bradley, whose dream of
becoming the nation's first black
governor was thwarted narrowly by
George Deukmejian, California's
Republican attorney general.
Enduring were Sen. Edward Ken-
nedy of Massachusetts, whose easy re-
election boosted his presidential can-
didacy, Democrat John Stennis, the
dean of the Senate at 81, and George
Wallace, the reformed segregationist
who won an unprecedented fourth term
as governor of Alabama and picked up
85 percent of the black vote.
The GOP House loss was more than
double the post-war average for new
presidents at midterm. The overall
average loss by the party in control of
the White House is about 30 seats.
ANALYSTS ON both sides agreed the
less favorable makeup of the 98th
Congress could force Reagan to choose

between compromise or stalemate on
major issues during the next two years.
Even the often supportive National
Association of Manufacturers said
Reagan's leadership "has been
weakened by the election."
As Americans considered more ballot
issues than they have since the
Depression in 1932, pet environmental
issues generally fared poorly at the
polls, with bottle bills losing in four
western states.
Massachusetts voted not to repeal an
existing bottle law due to take effect in
January, but California, Arizona,
Washington and Colorado defeated
propositions that would have put a
nickel deposit on soda and beer bottles.
In Michigan Election Day 1982 was a
banner day for Democrats, who ended
up with control of the governor's office
and the state Legislature for the first
time since 1938.
Democrats Tuesday also took a 12-6
grip on Michigan's congressional
delegation, handily held on to the attor-
ney general and secretary of state's
offices and swept the four state
education boards.
Democrats also apparently claimed
both Michigan Supreme Court. races,
even though candidates are
theoretically non-partisan.

Brian Dennehy (I. to r.), Phil Leeds, Todd Susman, Dan-
ny Mora and George Deloy enjoy some arcade game fun
on "Star of the Family," to air Thursday, Nov. 4 on
ABC.
(Stations reserve the right to make last-minute changes.)

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pressure and loyalty to his fellow officers
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corruption. 'R'
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pionship,
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Juliet- Jordan, Harold Hopkins. When Sara is
widowed for the second time, she returns to

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1:250 ED MOVIE **1/2 "A Man Betrayed"
(1941) John Wayne, Frances Dee. A small-
town attorney becomes involved with
romance and racketeers while investigating
the suspicious death of an old friend.
1:30 E WILD AMERICA
1:35 Qm MOVIE ***1/2 "Topaze" (1933)
John Barrymore, Myrna Loy. Based on the
play by Marcel Pagnol. A meek, virtuous
French schoolteacher inadvertently
becomes a shrewd, calculating business-
man.
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goings-on at an all-night radio station are
satirized.
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Pepper" (1975) Robert Redford, Bo Sven-
son. A frustrated American fighter pilot
becomes a barnstorming stunt man in his
thirst for action during World War 1.
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campus facility which holds prisoners
for two hours or more will be con-
sidered to be under their jurisdiction.

proper occasions, but they are im-
mediately turned over to the Ann Arbor
police," he said.

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