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'Daytime Specials
7:30 m HBO BLOCKHEADS "Fourth Annual
Ventriloquism And Comedy Show" Mariette
Hartley hosts this return engagement featur-
ing the world's masters of the magical art of
ventriloquism.
12:00 Q HBO THE RAINMAKER Tuesday Weld,
Tommy Lee Jones and William Katt star in
the N. Richard Nash play about an itinerant
con man who fulfills' a lonely woman's
yearnin for love.
2:30 ED HBO BLOCKHEADS "Fourth Annual
Ventriloquism And Comedy Show" Mariette
Hartley hosts this return engagement featur-
ing the world's masters of the magical art of
ventriloquism.
Daytime Children's Show
10:00 C CANADIAN SCHOOLS
Daytime Sports
6:30 RACQUETBALL "Men's International
Semifinals" Craig McCoy vs. Mike Yellen
7:00 Q WSPORTSCENTER
9:00 Q HORSE RACING WEEKLY (R)
9300 Q1 VIC'S VACANT LOT (R)
1000 Q Q SPORTSCENTER
12:00 Q COLLEGE FOOTBALL Houston
Cougars at Texas Longhorns (R)
3:00 O COLLEGE FOOTBALL Notre Dame
Fighting Irish at Pittsburgh Panthers (R).

ogist from discovering the whereabouts of a
priceless statue she was permitted to view.
'PG'
12:004 D **1/2 "The Hell With Heroes"
(1968) Rod Taylor, Claudia Cardinale. A
pair of pilots get into trouble with the author-
ities when they become involved in the black
market.
( * * "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'
1:00 Q)** "Flat Top" (1952) Sterling Hay-
dert, Richard Carlson. World War 11 aircraft
carrier pilots train aboard the "Flat Top" in
the Pacific.
0 (Q **** "The Greatest Show On
Earth" (Part 2) (1952) Charlton Heston,
Betty Hutton. A circus owner and a trapeze
star vie for center stage amidst the exciting
pageantry of the big top.
1:05 O. m ** "Taggart" (1965) Tony Young,
Dan Duryea. Based on Louis L'Amour's nov-
el. A man is hired to kill a young boy who
wants to avenge his parents' murder.
2:00 M ** "The Eyes Of The Amaryllis"
(1975) Ruth Ford, Katherine Houghton. An
aged widow enlists the aid of her grand-
daughter to search for a "signal" from her
husband.
3:30 E01HBO **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'
m * * * "Ghost Story" (1981) Fred
Astaire, John Houseman. Mysterious deaths
begin to decimate the ranks of a small circle
of elderly men who share both a monthly
storytelling get-together and a 50-year-old
secret. 'R'
Evening
4:000 C| EIGHT IS ENOUGH
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NEWS

whereabouts of a priceless statue she was
permitted to view. 'PG'
5:35 D BEWITCHED
6:0080() O ()W NEWS
Q FINANCIAL NEWS NETWORK
® CULTURE, COMMUNITY AND IDENTITY
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0 Q m MORK AND MINDY
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athletes in improving their game. (R)
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6:05 i0 mDCAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS
6:30 fib CBS NEWS
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EHBO RASCAL DAZZLE The Little Ras-
cals are featured in film clips and shorts.

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(1975) Phillipe Gaste, Eva Stroll. A young
man is surprised to learn that his girl friend is
working at an exclusive brothel. 'R'
10:15 Q ® NEWS
10:30 I9MOVIE **11 "Sphinx" (1981) Frank
Langella, Lesley-Anne Down. A ruthless
black market antiquities ring attempts to
stop an Egyptologist from discovering the
whereabouts of a priceless statue she was
permitted to view. 'PG'
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CHUNG
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Hickman. A young man in the Naval Reserve
worries about his girlfriend's fidelity.
3:30Q (TOM COTTLE: UP CLOSE
Q CE FUTURE SPORT A scientific explora-
tion of athletic performance which can aid
athletes in improving their game. (R)
4:00 ® PBS LATENIGHT
Q (E MOVIE * * * "The Kid From Brook-
lyn" (1946) Danny Kaye, Virginia Mayo. By
a strange twist of fate, a milkman becomes a
boxer.
Q ® THIS WEEK IN THE NBA
4:15 E MOVIE *11 "We Are No Angels"
(1975) John Ireland, Woody Strode. In the
early 1900s, a momentous fight occurs

between a mammoth Scotsman and an
equally gigantic black man in Vermont.
4:30 0 ® NEWS
Q E CFL FOOTBALL Montreal Concordes
at British Columbia Lions (R)
CD MOVIE * * "Good Riddance" Charlotte
Laurier, Maurie Tifo. A 13-year-old's obses-
sive love for her mother causes a sibling
rivalry.
4:45 m HBO MOVIE **'1 "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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Review committees study
effects of proposed cuts

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geological field station in Wyoming.
They will look for cuts of up to 75 per-
cent in the budget for these three units
and examine their value to the Univer-
sity.
" The Exhibit Museum committee will
review the museum and its activities to
find possible budget cuts of up to 75 per-
cent.
* The committee on instructional sup-
port units must propose cuts of up to 60
percent in the English Composition'
Board, Pilot Program, and Coalition for
the Use of Learning Skills.
This will be the third review in eight
years for the Coalition for the Use of
Learning Skills, (CULS), according to
its director, Wilton Barham: The cen-
ter has plans for implementing new
programs next fall, but Barham said
any cut in the CULS budget would make
those changes impossible..
BARHAM rejected the idea of shif-
ting his program's duties to other units
because, he said, CULS was formed
specifically because individual depar-
tments were not responding to the
needs of the minority student.
At the Center for Western European
Studies, Assistant Director Henry'
Peiter said, "One of the aspects of an
international university" is the inter-
national people the center brings to

campus regularly.
The center represents the University
to the people of Europe, Peiter said. If
it did not exist, something would have
to be preated to take its place, he added.
ALTHOUGH the Center for Research
in Economic Development receives
hundreds of thousands of dollars each
year from federal grants, Assistant
Director Charles Steedman said the
small amount the center gets from LSA
is vital to the program.
Without general fund money, Steedman
said, the center could not afford the of-
fice work necessary to complete the
bids it must file in order to receive the
research grants.
"These research grants
generate overhead for the Univer-
sity," he added. "Some of it is fairly
substantial."
IHE SAID THE center is
unquestionably worth more to the
school than the $60,000 it receives from
LSA each year, and he does not expect
any cuts. "I would be very surprised if
they did it," he said.
Dozens of geology students from this
University and other schools around the
country spend a summer at the Univer-
sity's geological field - station, Camp
Davis, near Jackson, Wyoming, accor-
ding to Prof. Donald Eschman, its
director.

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Jane Seymour stars as French actress Marguerite St.
Just, who marries Sir Percy Blakeney without knowing
his true identity, in "The Scarlet Pimpernel," to air
Tuesday, Nov. 9 on CBS.
(Stations reserve the right to make last-minute changes.)

;Daytime Movies
6:00 HBO *** "Raggedy Ann And Andy"
(1977) Animated. Ann and Andy search for
a French doll who has been kidnapped by
pirates. 'G'
6:30 *** "Ghost Story" (1981) Fred
Astaire, John Houseman. Mysterious deaths
begin to decimate the ranks of a small circle
of elderly men~ who share both a monthly
storytelling get-together and a 50-year-old
secret. 'R'
8:30 mDHBO **12 "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'
(0 6 * * * 'My Favorite Blonde" (1942)
Bob Hope, Gale Sondergaard. A man and
his trained penguin become involved with a
beautiful blonde spy whose mission is to
deliver top-secret information across the
continent.
IM) ** "The Eyes Of The Amaryllis"
(1975) Ruth Ford, Katherine Houghton. An
aged widow enlists the aid of her grand-
daughter to search for a "signal" from her
husband.
9:05 Q®E **V2 "The Jayhawkers" (1959)
Jeff Chandler, Fess Parker. A man and his
prisoner, a jayhawker leader, fall in love with
the same woman.
10:00 D HBO ** "Ice Castles" (1979) Lynn-
Holly Johnson, Robby Benson. A promising
young figure skater and her boyfriend find
sudden success hard to cope with when she
is chosen to train for a pre-Olympic competi-
tion.
a EfD *** "Frenchman's Creek"
(1944) Joan Fontaine, Arturo de Cordova.
A proper English lady is wooed and won by
a swashbuckling French buccaneer.
m * *12 "Sphinx" (1981) Frank Langella,
Lesley-Anne Down. A ruthless black market
antiquities ring attempts to stop an Egyptol-

Q T9THE JEFFERSONS
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0pC( NEWS
mDHBO MOVIE *** "Raggedy Ann And
Andy" (1977) Animated. Ann and Andy
search for a French doll who has been kid-
napped by pirates. 'G'
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05 CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS
mMOVIE** 2 Sphinx"w(1981)rFrank
Langella, Lesley-Anne Down. A ruthless
black market antiquities ring attempts to
stop an Egyptologist from discovering the

ED WILD, WILD WORLD OF ANIMALS
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COMPANY
( ED0 QFOCUS ON SOCIETY
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6:35 EO mBOB NEWHART
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Q EDTHE JEFFERSONS
UOED SPORTSCENTER
D MOVIE ** "The Eyes Of The Amaryllis"
(1975) Ruth Ford, Katherine Houghton. An
aged widow enlists the aid of her grand-
daughter to search for a "signal" from her
husband.
7:35 OD EDANDY GRIFFITH
8:00 N1Y) MOVIE "The Scarlet Pimpernel"
(Premiere) Anthony Andrews, Jane Sey-
mour. An English nobleman devoted to sav-
ing aristocrats from the blade of the guillo-
tine during the French Revolution is pursued
b an agent of the Reign of Terror.
4 FATHER MURPHY
Q 179 HAPPY DAYS
HBO MOVIE * * "Ice Castles" (1979)
Lynn-Holly Johnson, Robby Benson. A
promising young figure skater and her boy-
friend find sudden success hard to cope with
when she is chosen to train for a pre-Olym-
pic competition.
ED0 0 (0E D NOVA
® JERRY FALWELL
0 ED 0SMILEY'S PEOPLE Alec Guinness
returns in the role of British intelligence
agent George Smiley in John le Carre's
sequel to "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy." As
the series begins, Smiley comes out of retire-
ment to "clean up" a murdered Russian
expatriate's aborted plan to damage Soviet
intelligence. (Part 1)
SE MOVIE ** "Hard Times" (1975)
Charles Bronson, James Coburn. During the
Depression, a down-and-out drifter fights his
way to the top of the New Orleans boxing
scene.
05i THE FIFTH ESTATE
T E HCOLLEGEFOOTBALL Houston
Cougars at Texas Longhorns (R)
m MOVIE ** "Bilitis" (1977) Patti D'Ar-
banville, Mona Kristensen. A young girl's
sexual awakening occurs during her stay
with a family friend one summer. 'R'
m MOVIE * ** "The Marriage Of Maria
Braun (1979) Hanna Schygulla, Klaus
Lowitsch. Directed by Rainer Werner Fass-
binder. During World War II, a German bride
struggles to survive as she waits for the
return of her soldier husband. 'R'
8:05 0 ED MOVIE *** "The Mountain"
(1956) Spencer Tracy, Robert Wagner.
Two brothers attempt to reach a plane
wreck high in the Alpines.
8:300(©1) LAVERNE & SHIRLEY
9:0001O!) GAVILAN
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C9 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'
9:30©079TO 5

QD HBO MOVIE ** 1 "True Confessions"
(1981) Robert De Niro, Robert Duvall. The
usually separate worlds of two brothers, a
Los Angeles police detective and an ambi-
tious Roman Catholic priest, converge dur-
iga murder investigation. 'R'
ED 0 E 0( O ) ® ED D EDPBS
LATENIGHTP
0 ED & BENNY HILL
0QEm CHARLIE'S ANGELS
CD MOVIE * 'Bilitis" (1977) Patti D'Ar-
banville, Mona Kristensen. A young girl's
sexual awakening occurs during her stay
with a family friend one summer. 'R'
11:35 05 MARY TYLER MOORE
11:45 Qd EMOVIE * * 12 "The Trap" (1959)
Richard Widmark, Tina Louise. A syndicate
leader terrorizes a small town while attempt-
to flee the country.
120001 2 9IRONSIDE
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Q© NEWS
Q ED 0 THREE STOOGES
18ED COLLEGE FOOTBALL LSU Fighting
Ti ers at Alabama Crimson Tide (R)
MOVIE * * * "The Marriage Of Maria
Braun" (1979) Hanna Schygulla, Klaus
Lowitsch. DirectednbynRainer Werner Fass-
binder. During World War II, a German bride
struggles to survive as she waits for the
return of her soldier husband. 'R'
12:15 0 MOVIE * * "Two Against The Law"
(1973) Jean Gabin, Alain Delon. An ex-e
gangster who has gone straight is tempted
back to a life of crime by his former col-
leagues.
12:30 a1®9ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT
m UNTAMED WORLD
0 EDMOVIE * * 12 "The Left-Handed
Gun" (1958) Paul Newman, Lita Milan. A
youthful Billy the Kid avenges his employer's
death and then escapes to Madero.
m MOVIE *** "Ghost Story" (1981)
Fred Astaire, John Houseman. Mysterious
deaths begin to decimate the ranks of a
small circle of elderly men who share both a
monthly storytelling get-together and a 50-
year-old secret. 'R'
1:000©2(1 SATURDAY NIGHT
0 ® LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTER-
MAN
0 O9ROOTS: THE NEXT GENERATIONS
TombHarvey'sdaughter Cynthia marries
lumberyard owner Will Palmer; they have a
daughter, Bertha, who will become the
mother of Alex Haley. (Part 2)
ED NOVA
o Em 0MOVIE ***W2 "The Caretaker"
(1964) Alan Bates, Donald Pleasence.
Based on the play by Harold Pinter. A vaga-
bond finds a home with a pair of mentally
undone brothers.
1:20 ED HBO MOVIE *** "Cutter's Way"
(1981) John Heard, Jeff Bridges. A maimed
Vietnam vet and his best friend, a social
dropout, focus their energies on solving a
murder case. 'R'
1:30O rd MOVIE *** "Under The Red
Robe" (1937) Raymond Massey, Conrad
Veidt. Swordsmen battle the forces of the
wily Cardinal Richelieu when he persecutes
the Huguenots in Louis XII's France.
(D MOVIE ** "House Of1000 Pleasures"
(1975) Phillilie Gaste, Eva Stroll. A young
man is surprised to learn that his girl friend is
working at an exclusive brothel. 'R'
2:00 r2( CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH
0 ® ROMANCE THEATRE
®DMYSTERY
2:15 mDMOVIE * * 12 "Vincent, Francois, Paul
And The Others" (1974) Yves Montand,
Michel Piccoli. Three men form a deep bond
of friendship that sustains them through a
series of personal and professional crises.
2:30 0 1 MOVIE * * "The Great Northfield,
Minnesota Raid" (1972) Cliff Robertson,
Robert Duvall. The Cole Younger and James
gangs decide to rob the biggest bank in the
West.
Q ED SPORTSCENTER
IM) MOVIE * * "The First Time" (1982)
Tim Choate, Krista Erickson. A college fresh-
man who has been taught many schemes to

(Continued from Page 1) Prof. 1
DOD grants because of the large nal medi
amount of money involved. researche
"The University of Michigan should when oth
refuse to compete for these dollars cut off w
because there is a real danger that we available
will ultimately be forced to carry out RESEA
increasing amounts of research in dismiss ti
support of the primary mission of this they see
agency (the Defense Department)," in- upgrade
ternal medicine Prof. Andrew Sweifler adding E
recently wrote to University President existing o
Harold Shapiro. The prc
ZWEIFLER SAID he feared that as help univ
other sources of research funds dried ch equips
up, University researchers will be according
greatly tempted to increase the number president
of DOD contracts in an attempt to gar- "Startir
ner much-needed equipment the DOD is have got
offering over the next five years. universiti
"What would make a university at- equipmen
tractive (to the DOD) is if there is equipmen
already DOD research going on," said similar e
Zweifler in an interview. "It would put said,
extra pressure on their faculty to seek PRICE
out more DOD contracts so that the would be
next year they can qualify. . . for this million of
type of program." for.
Black enrollment
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year," he said. He said he also felt the to do wit
school's reduced ability to offer share of t
graduate student stipends had made Universit,
the school less attractive than other students a
schools to qualified minority students. FRYEE
FIFTY FEWER black students than willing t
last year enrolled in LSA. Associate raise thes
Dean Eric Rabkin said, "Michigan is Althoug
getting more expensive. That might year shov
negatively affect our ability to recruit students,
minority students." He added, "If the Gilbert V{
reason has to do with the cost of the not where
University, it's going to be a very dif- Many
ficult trend to reverse." were actu
The school, however, attained 20 For sever
more Asian students than last year. among 1
"They (Asian students) have higher decrased
SATs, grade points, et cetera, than the percentag
population of the college as a whole," cent. Ma
he said. Michigan
University Vice President for the figur
Academic Affairs Billy Frye said last near 10 pe
week he felt the decline "has something ter," shes

)avid Bassett, also from inter-
icine, said the program put
ers in an "awesome dilemma"
er sources of funds are being
hile the large DOD funds are
.
ARCH officials, however,
hose concerns. In many ways
the program as a chance to
research equipment without
DOD contracts or modiying
nes.
ogram is simply an attempt to
ersities upgrade basic resear-
rment in their laboratories,
g to Alan Price, assistant vice
for research.
rg last year, federal agencies
ten a lot of pressure from
es to help them with basic
t .. . the average age of our
nt is about two times as old as
quipment in industry," Price
estimated that the University
lucky to receive more than $1
the $10 million it has applied
declining
th raised tuition. An unfair
the expenses (for running the
y) has been shifted to the
nd it does discriminate."
ADDED that the University is
o explore "any avenue" to
sagging figures.
gh the Business School this
wed an increase of 40 minority
11 of which were black, Dean
Whitaker said, "We're still
we ought to be."
black students on campus,
,ally relieved by the figures.
al weeks, rumors circulating
blacks have warned the
enrollment could bring the
ge of blacks as low as 2.87 per-
rtha Parker, a.member of the
Student Assembly, termed
es "better, but still nowhere
ercent." "It could be a lot bet-
said.

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called on all Christians to become in-
volved in "a work of intercession" bet-
ween hostile governments by resisting
the draft, refusing to pay war taxes and
engaging in civil disobedience which he
called "symbolic discourse that is cer-

to achieve world peace, Barrigan said,
was to form a unified front of non-
violent resistance among all people.
"The most terrible aspect of our world
is that .. .minds and hearts are aimed
at one another."
It is only through sacrifice and non-

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