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6:OfXUJ HBO TWO OF HEARTS When a 10-
year-old black girl, the product of an interra-
cial marriage, needs a new kidney, her
estranged white mother consents to be the
donor.
12:00 m HBO STANDING ROOM ONLY "Crystal
Gayle In Concert" The Grammy Award-win-
ning star sings many of her biggest hits,
including "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes
Blue" and "Talking In Your Sleep."
Daytime Children's Show
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Daytime Sports
6:00 Q SPORTSFORUM (R)
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9:00 Q ® FROM THE 55-YARD LINE Action
highlights from the Canadian Football
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3:00 E D WCT TENNIS. "Maryland Classic"
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Md (R)
Daytime Movies
6:00m ** "Improper Channels" (1981) Alan
Arkin, Mariette Hartley. A series of misun-
derstandings causes a social worker to sus-
pect the 5-year-old daughter of a separated
couple is the victim of child abuse. 'PG'
7:30 CM ** "Paternity" (1981) Burt Rey-
nolds, Beverly D'Angelo. A bachelor in his
forties who wants to be a father searches for
the ri ht woman to bear his child. 'PG'
8:40 Q *** "Caught In. The Draft"
(1941) Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour. A
draft-dodger discovers he has inadvertently
enlisted in the Army.
9:00 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.
Q ** "High Country" (1981) Timothy
Bottoms, Linda Purl. An escaped convict
and his handicapped girlfriend flee to the
mountains. 'PG'
9:15 U ( *** "Sign Of The Pagan" (1955)
Jeff Chandler, Jack Palance. A Roman war-
rior defeats Attila's hordes.
10'00 ED HBO **1 "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'
Q0 *** "Captain January" (1936)
Shirley Temple, Guy Kibbee. A little girl
brings sunshine and joy to a lonely light-
housekeeper.
11:00,m **% "True Confessions" (1981) Rob-
ert De Niro, Robert Duvall. The usually sepa-
rate worlds of two brothers, a Los Angeles
police detective and an ambitious Roman
Catholic priest, converge during a murder
!investigation. 'R'
2:Q00 (i ** "King's Pirate" (1967) Doug
McClure, Jill St. John. An American colonel
matches wits with pirates in 18th-century
Spain while trying to win a woman's love.
1:00 HBO **1/2 "Ode To Billy Joe" (1976)
Robby Benson, Glynnis O'Connor. Based on
the song by Bobbie Gentry. A tormented
teen-ager's past experiences complicate his
first true romance. 'PG'
® * * 112 "Second Chorus" (1940) Fred
Astaire, Paulette Goddard. Two trumpet
players compete for a girl and a job with the
Artie Shaw Orchestra.
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(1976) Bill Cosby, Raquel Welch. Three
madcap ambulance drivers try to keep their
employer from going bankrupt as the result
10 of too many lawsuits.
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Arkin Mariette Hartley. A series of misun-
derstandings causes a social worker to sus-
pect the 5-year-old daughter of a separated
couple is the victim of child abuse. 'PG'
1:05 0 E * */2 "Thunder Over The Plains"
(1953) Randolph Scott, Lex Barker. Follow-
ing the Civil War, a military officer is
assigned to put a stop to the practice of car-
petbagging in the Southwest.
2:30CD *4 11 "So Fine" (1981) Ryan O'Neal,
Jack Warden. A stuffy college professor
saves his father's floundering garment facto-
ry by inventing a new type of ladies' jeans.
'R'
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* 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.

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der of a prospective witness for a political
hearing
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Charles Bronson, Vincent"Van'Patten. A
teen-age boy befriends a half-breed and
helps him to run his New Mexican horse
ranch.

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SE® BEST OF THE NFL Highlights of the
'69 World Champion New York Jets. (R)
m MOVIE *** h "Julia" (1977) Jane
Fonda, Vanessa Redgrave. Writer Lillian
Hellman is drawn into the main thrust of war-
time resistance efforts when her closest
childhood friend seeks her help.
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Loden, Michael Higgins. After a painful
divorce and a series of loveless affairs, a
woman finds herself attracted to a bumbling
crook. 'PG'
8:05 Q E( MOVIE * "Adventures Of Neekah"
(1963) Lassie, Jed Allan. An adopted Indi-
an boy spends an eerie night in a ghost town
with his ranger friend.-
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mDMOVIE ** "So Fine" (1981) Ryan
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factory by inventing a new type of ladies'
jeans. 'R'
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Beauty" (1957) John Crawford, Mimi Gib-
son. A young boy receives a beautiful young
horse as a gift from his father.
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fighter" (1964) Yul Brynner, George Segal.
A gunfighter is hired to kill an outcast return-
g to his Western town.
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(1955) John Agar, Wayne Morris. A group
of landgrabbers are deterred from further
evil by a man armed with a bow and arrow.
3:45 ® MOVIE * * "Never Love A Stranger"
(1958) John Drew Barrymore, Lita Milan.
Based on a novel by Harold Robbins. A
man's fast-paced walk on the wild side of life
wins him a top rung on the crime syndicate
ladder.
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of the President's Cup from Landover, Md.
(R)
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Fonda, Vanessa Redgrave. Writer Lillian
Hellman is drawn into the main thrust of war-
time resistance efforts when her closest
childhood friend seeks her help.
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da 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'
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Charles V in the 16th century.
4:30 0( aNEWS
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(1976) Robby Benson, Glynnis O'Connor.
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in a murder investigation. 'R'
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gets a present he hadn't counted on when
swampy creatures rise up to murder himwand
his family.
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House" (1975) Keir Dullea, Olivia Hussey.
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college sorority house on Christmas Eve.
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(1943) Betty Grable, Robert Young. Brook-
lyn-born Rosie goes to Europe where she
becomes a hit on the London stage and is
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By Andrew Porter
A NDY BRECKMAN has predicted
that when he dies on March 19,
1998, President Nelson will deliver the
following eulogy for the seventy
thousand gathered mourners:
For the strength of his spirit, the
clarity of his vision, for the mag-
nificent faith embodied in his.
laughter, he will never be
forgotten by mankind.
At the rate he is going his prophecy
may be easily fulfilled. Only three
years ago Breckman was an untamed
comedian with a small cult following
attempting to strike success in the Big
Apple. He has since then accelerated
his career drastically. In a short leap of
time he has won 2 Emmy awards,
released two fine albums, and found a
position as a writer for the "David Let-
terman Show." He is currently am-
barked on a world tour with the inten-
tions to make it universe-wide if his
engagements continue to sell as they
do.
"Hot Hero Sandwich," the critically
acclaimed comedy children's show
featured his writings and acting. His
appearances were in the form of the
puberty fairy-a bearded tutu clad
weirdo sporting high top basketball
sneakers. Breckman left his TV
viewers on the floor in tears with his
bizarre skits and crazy ideas. One of
his most remembered depictions of
modern reality was a dramatization of
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composition that he dedicated to "all
the friends of ours who went far away."
Then the lights dimmed, helicopter
noises creeped in from somewhere
backstage, and a group of singing
roadies gathered together onstage and
voiced in unison, "We'll all go down
together." Joel's touching salute to the
Vietnam veterans, "Goodnight Saigon"
had begun.
It was during this number that one
could see just how much the audience
loved Billy Joel. He would turn from his
piano, look at a section of the massive
crowd, and receive a spontaneous
ovation just for acknowledging them.
When Joel did get to his older, classic
songs, the group went completely off
the deep end. Fans rushed the stage
just to get a closer, more intimate look
at their hero. The interesting thing

two parents scoulding their long haired
son because they found a Joint
somewhere in the household. Mean-
while, the clean cut son and true culprit
kept hazily falling into his spaghetti
.plate stoned out of his gourd.
His unusual folk music also triggers
occasional fatal accidents due to its
dangerously funny approach. His songs
contain strange twists and absurd
satires of everyday phenomena. One of
his favorites is the song about an
engaged couple's romance which is cut
short because the bride to be is killed by
a lamb which was flung off the roof of
the next door neighbor's house by a
professor who wanted to see if the
animal could fly. Armed with only a
guitar and a sense of humor, Andy
Breckman is one of the most wanted
comedians around today.
His chance to win over the laugher of
Ann Arbor commences tonight at The
Ark (1621 Hill) where he is preparing to
dig in for a long two night stand. The in-
credible line of approximately 15,000
people who began camping out for
seats when the show was announced
should be proof of his amazing abilities.
Unfortunately, there is limited space in
the theatre so those committed to going
should be cautious of tramping others
by getting there early and forming a
single file line.
Andy Breckman has been hailed as
today's best young talent and if
anybody has any doubts they are urged
to attend what will probably be one of
the funniest evenings in recent
Michigan history.
Detroit
was as caring and fun-filled as possible.
When he yelled "Motor City" with an
emotion-filled voice, he finally
displayed his much-worried about
thumbs. After witnessing what he could
really do with the bandaged appendage,
the crowd ceased worrying. Anybody
who could play "Movin' Out (Anthony's
Song)" with the driving force that Joel
released needn't fret that he's lost it.
But the fact that Joel did more than
just sing his tunes is what was most at-
tractive about the concert. During the
subdued prelude to "Italian
Restaurant," the members of Joel's
talented band acted out the "a bottle of
white, a bottle of red" portion by sitting
around the piano-playing Joel and
drinking from a couple bottles of wine.
As the show reached its climax, one
could see that Joel was getting even
more involved and enamoured with thl
audience He threw nut nme blindine

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tune in their careers.
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his forties who wants to be a father searches
for the right woman to bear his child.'PPG'

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Hong Kong" (1962) Bing Crosby, Bob
Hope. Two dancers become involved in a
spy operation in Hong Kong.
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The Housewife" This adult comedy game
show features contestants who must take off
their clothes if they incorrectly answer a
q uest ion that has been given them.
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(1973) Stephane Hillel, Olivia Pascal. Three
young people spend their summer vacation
engaging in romantic frivalities. 'R'
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(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-
in a murder investigation. 'R'
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Loden, Michael Higgins. After a painful
divorce and a series of loveless affairs, a
woman finds herself attracted to a bumbling
crook 'PG'
205IDQED MOVIE * * "Trog" (1970) Joan
Crawford, Michael Gough. The Army steps
in after a primitive creature escapes from an
anthropologist and goes on a rampage.
2:15 ® MOVIE ** 1 "Moonrise" (1948) Dane
Clark -thal RnrrvmnrP A man fnm th

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