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Tuesday
Daytime Specials
1:30 m HBO RASCAL DAZZLE The Little Ras-
cals are featured in film clips and shorts.
12:00 W HBO YESTERYEAR.. 1942 Dick Cavett
looks at the era of war bonds, "victory gar-
dens," food and gas rationing and the Big
Band sound along with special guest Ralph
Levenberg, a survivor of the infamous
Bataan Death March.
Daytime Children's Shows
10.00 ©) S CANADIAN SCHOOLS
Daytime Sports
7:00 W SPORTSCENTER
9005 ®HORSE RACING WEEKLY (R)
98305 VIC'S VACANT LOT (R)
10:00 M SPORTSCENTER
1200 0 COLLEGE FOOTBALL Missouri
Ti ers at Oklahoma Sooners (R)
3:00 ® COLLEGE FOOTBALL Pittsburgh
Panthers at Army Cadets (R)
Daytime Movies
5:00 (D 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'
5:300 ** "Convoy" (1978) Kris Kristoffer-
son, Ali MacGraw. Truckers and cops
attempt to outwit one another in a rough-
and-tumble war on wheels. 'PG'
7T30 @ ** "Race For Your Life, Charlie
Brown!" (1977) Animated. Charlie Brown
and the entire "Peanuts" gang head for
summer camp, where they become involved
in several wild adventures. 'G'
8:004 HBO **Y "Foolin' Around" (1980)
Gary Busey, Annette O'Toole. A naive coun-
try boy tries to win a beautiful, sophisticated
college coed away from her snobbish fiance
and her equally uppity family. 'PG'
8:3040 © * * * "San Francisco International
Airport" (1970) Van Johnson, Pernell Rob-
erts. Hijackers attempt a $3 million heist
from a cargo plane while holding the pilot's
wife hostage.
9:0061 **Y2 "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'
9:05Q (D * * 1 "The Outsider" (1962) Tony
Curtis, James Franciscus. Pima Indian Ira
Hamilton Hayes helps in raising, the flag on
Iwo Jima.
10:00 d HBO **/2 "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'
Q E *** "This Gun For Hire" (1942)
Veronica Lake, Alan Ladd. A hired killer
seeks revenge after he is double-crossed.
10:30 I *** "Royal Flash" (1975) Malcolm
McDowell, Alan Bates. The nocturnal esca-
pades of the swashbuckling Capt. Harry
Flashman land him in the arms of the notori-
ous courtesan Lola Montez and on the
wrong side of the powerful Count Otto von
Bismark. 'PG'
12:00 mD k * ** "Charade" (1964) Cary
Grant, udrey Hepburm. A woman becomes
the target of her murdered husband's cro-
Sies who believe she knows where a vast for-
tune is hidden.
12:300 ** "High Country" (1981) Timothy
Bottoms, Linda Purl. An escaped convict
and his handicapped girlfriend flee to the
mountains. 'PG'
{1:00m HBO ** "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.
w **1/r "Toughest Man in Arizona"
(1951) Vaughn Monroe, Joan Leslie. A law-
man manages to keep his eyes on criminals
and prett ladies at the same time.
a 3*** "The Fortune Cookie"
(1966) Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau. A
swindling lawyer advises his brother-in-law
to play up an accident injury and collect the
insurance.
105 0 ** "The Boy From Oklahoma"
(1954) Will Rogers Jr., Nancy Olson. A gen-
tIe, peace-loving sheriff must rid his town of
~° a band of outlaws.
30 m *** "Three Days Of The Condor"
(1975) Robert Redford, Faye Dunaway. A
research reader employed by the CIA
uncovers internal treachery when all of his
co-workers are assassinated by a hit man
who is now stalking him.
3:0 ( HBO ** "Foolin' Around" (1980)
Gary Busey, Annette O'Toole. A naive coun-
try boy tries to win a beautiful, sophisticated
college coed away from her snobbish fiance
r' and her equally uppity family. 'PG'
evening
'x4:00 ©® EIGHT IS ENOUGH
© Co MOST ACTIVE STOCKS / BUSINESS
NEWS
Q Q THE JEFFERSONS
O (©) GOOD AFTERNOON DETROIT
PERSONAL FINANCE
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0E Q1 PINK PANTHER
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4309 Q ®FNN WRAP-UP / BUSINESS FINAL
@ ALL IN THE FAMILY
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0 THE BRADY BUNCH
m E SCOOBY DOD

4 C)SYES YOU CAN
SMOVIE * 1 "Race For Your Life, Char-
lie Brown!" (1977) Animated. Charlie
Brown and the entire "Peanuts" gang head
for summer camp, where they become
involved in several wild adventures. 'G
4:350 (D LEAVE IT TO BEAVER
5:008 © YOU ASKED FOR IT
* : CO FREEMAN REPORTS
o ( BARNEY MILLER
Q Q NEWS
AN AMERICAN MOSAIC
DOCTOR WHO

Q o CHIPS PATROL
Q® I M Q O MISTER ROGERS
4;)D PINK PANTHER
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® KING OF KENSINGTON
5:050 ED THE BRADY BUNCH
5:30 0 D NEWS
0 HBO RASCAL DAZZLE The Little Ras-
cals are featured in film clips and shorts.
® CHANGING LIFE ON EARTH
® DARK SHADOWS
Q QEQ ( Q ED0 3-2-1 CONTACT
0 0THE MUPPETS
© ) CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS
5:350OED BEWITCHED
6:00 8 (1) 0(1) 4()D (DSNEWS
Q ® FINANCIAL NEWS NETWORK
® CULTURE, COMMUNITY AND IDENTITY
I® THE SCENE
SE SMORK AND MINDY
Q ® 0 CONTEMPORARY HEALTH
ISSUES
0EWELCOME BACK, KOTTER
© mBJ /LOBO
0 EDFUTURE SPORT A scientific explora-
tion of athletic performance which can aid
athletes in improving their game. (R)
Q ® TO THE MANOR BORN
05DUNDERSTANDING HUMAN BEHAV-
IOR
® MOVIE **1/2 "So Fine" (1981) Ryan
O'Neal, Jack Warden. A stuffy college pro-
fessor saves his father's floundering garment
factory by inventing a new type of ladies'
jeans.'R'
6:05 o mCAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS
6:30 () CBS NEWS
S0 TAVI
0 @®NBC NEWS
9 WILD, WILD WORLD OF ANIMALS
Q m ® 0Q LAVERNE & SHIRLEY &
COMPANY
Q0 0 FOCUS ON SOCIETY
Q QtSPORTSFORUM
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6:350 ED BOB NEWHART
7:008 () FAMILY FEUD
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Q077ABC NEWS p
m HBO YESTERYEAR... 1942 Dick Cavett
looks at the era of war bonds, "victory gar-
dens, food and gas rationing and the Big
Band sound along with special guest Ralph
Levenberg, a survivor of the infamous
Bataan Death March.
® Q D (®0 E S ® Q BUSINESS
REPORT
® EVENING REPORT
OED M*A*S*H
0 ED BARNEY MILLER
Q^m STARSKYAND HUTCH
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7:05 O mGOMER PYLE
7:308 ©® P.M. MAGAZINE
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40TEEN PROFILE
0 m 0 THREE'S COMPANY
Q0 EDTHE JEFFERSONS
O ® SPORTSCENTER
1BMOVIE ** "Convoy" (1978) Kris Kris-
tofferson, Ali MacGraw. Truckers and cops
attempt to outwit one another in a rough-
and-tumble war on wheels. 'PG'
7:350 E (ANDY GRIFFITH
8:008 ® BRING 'EM BACK ALIVE
0 ® FATHER MURPHY
Q (D HAPPY DAYS
m BO MOVIE **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'
110 0 ED9 0 0D C9 0D NOVA
(13 JERRY FAL WELL
0 ED 0 MOVIE ** "Mr. Majestyk"
(1974) Charles Bronson, Linda Cristal. A
melon grower from Colorado discovers a
contract has been put out on him by the
Mafia and struggles to escape a mob hit
man
© E MOVIE *** "The Legend Of Hell
House" (1973) Pamela Franklin, Roddy
McDowall. A wealthy man hires scintists
and mediums to investigate his newly
acquired mansion.
® THE FIFTH ESTATE
1 0 COLLEGE FOOTBALL Missouri
T ers at Oklahoma Sooners (R)
5 MOVIE *12 "The Killing Kind" (1973)
John Savage, Cindy Williams. After serving
two years on a trumped-up sex charge, a
young man is released from prison and
begins seeking his revenge. 'R'
S BRAVO OPERA: GREEK PASSION
8:050 ED MOVIE * *2 "Hellfighters" (1969)
John Wayne, Katharine Ross. A band of
courageous firefighters battles a spectacular
oil-well blaze.
8:30 0 ) LAVERNE & SHIRLEY
9:008 ©® THE BLUE AND THE GRAY "May
1862-May 1863" A crazed Preacher Welles
(Warren Oates) vows revenge when his son
is killed by a Union shell; Mary and Jonas are
married; Luke is captured and Malachy
meets his first Southern soldier; and Presi-
dent Lincoln (Gregory Peck) issues his
Emancipation Proclamation. (Part 2)
0 TAGAVILAN
© 70 THREE'S COMPANY
0TE06000MYSTERY
® JIM BAKKER
©3 ® PERFORMANCE
930007 9TO5
Q ANKA
NDMOVIE * * * "Three Days Of The Con-
dor" (1975) Robert Redford, Faye Duna-
way. A research reader employed by the
CIA uncovers internal treachery when all of
his co-workers are assassinated by a hit man
who is now stalking him.
10:00 0 ®ST. ELSEWHERE
Q MD HART TO HART
ED-HBO MOVIE *** "Stranger in The
House" (1975) Keir Dullea, Olivia Hussey.
A psychotic murderer hides in the attic of a
college sorority house on Christmas Eve.
0D IRELAND: A TELEVISION HISTORY

m FAITH FOR MIRACLES
a ED s0 (EDNEWS
SED MOVIE *** "The Boy With
Green Hair' (1948) Dean Stockwell, Robert
Ryan. A young orphan must learn to deal
with rejection when his hair turns green.
Q)@ THE NATIONAL / JOURNAL
ED ® ODYSSEY
05 DPASSING THROUGH
m MOVIE ** "Catherine & Co."
(1973) Jane Birkin, Patrick Dewaere. A
young girl travels to Paris to become a high

fashion model but her plans fall through and
she opens a highly lucrative prostitution
business. 'R'
10:30 Q WILD AMERICA
I MOVIE **112 "Wanda" (1970) Barbara
Loden, Michael Higgins. After a painful
divorce and a series of loveless affairs, a
woman finds herself attracted to a bumbling
crook. 'PG'
10:40 ED NEWS
11:008 0 l @ C ONEWS
® BUTTERFLIES
® SPIRIT OF DETROIT
ED SANFORD AND SON
p (Q SOAP
US EDSPORTSCENTER
ED SDICK CAVETT
Q0 MACNEIL I/LEHRER REPORT
11:05 mSNEWS
11:30 ©DMADAME'S PLACE
Q(® TONIGHT
p (Y ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE
®O (9 ® O ED © 0 5PBS
LATENIGHT
B Em (WBENNY HILL
(2 ED CHARLIE'S ANGELS
Q REVERYTHING GOES "The Milkman And
The Housewife" This adult comedy game
show features contestants who must take off

and marries Nan Branch; he re-enlists and,
encouraged by a white officer, begins his
wrtin career. (Part 6)
® NOVA
0 E 0 MOVIE *** "Monsieur Beau-
caire' (1946) Bob Hope, Joan Caulfield.
Based on the book by T.H. Tarkington. A
barber attempts to maintain his existence in
the courts of King Louis XV of France.
I MOVIE *** "Royal Flash" (1975)
Malcolm McDowell, Alan Bates. The noctur-
nal escapades of the swashbuckling Capt.
Harry Flashman land him in the arms of the
notorious courtesan Lola Montez and on the
wrong side of the powerful Count Otto von
Bismark. 'PG'
1:150® MOVIE * * "The Cowboy Commandos"
(1943) The Range Busters. The Range
Busters declare war on saboteurs.
1:25 EDP MOVIE ** "The Eyes Of Charles
Sand" (1972) Peter Haskell, Bradford Dill-
man. A businessman gifted with strange
psychicrpowers becomes involved in a series
of bizarre murders.
1:55 ( HBO MOVIE * *1/ "Foolin' Around"
(1980) Gary Busey, Annette O'Toole. A
naive country boy tries to win a beautiful,
sophisticated college coed away from her

their clothes if they incorrectly answer a
question that has been given them.
3:40 ( HBO 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'
3:55 Q ED MOVIE * * "Machine Gun Kelly"
(1958) Charles Bronson, Susan Cabot. A
smalltime robber is pressed into a kidnap-
ping by his nagging girlfriend.
4:00 ® PBS LATENIGHT
Q ED MOVIE *** ^ Adver'tures Of Marco

Polo" (1938) Gary Cooper, Basil Rath-
bone. The travels of 13th-century explorer
Marco Polo bring him to China.
Q E THIS WEEK IN THE NBA (R)
I MOVIE * "The Killing Kind" (1973)
John Savage, Cindy Williams. After serving
two years on a trumped-up sex charge, a
young man is released from prison and
begins seeking his revenge. 'R'
4:30 0 @I NEWS
© 60CFL FOOTBALL "Eastern Semifinal"
(R)

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Belcher will keep pot law

TIMlllE STIROW9S
IIRLJ/l l OV-ER

(Continued from Page 1)',
isn't repealing the law," Hood added,
"it's logic telling us we could win the
battle but lose the war."
BELCHER'S original motives for at-
tempting to repeal the law were con-
cern over increasing drug abuse in Ann
Arbor's high schools and junior high
schools and putting to rest the city's
"liberal" pro-marijuana image.
Although Republicans don't think the
answer to the problem is introducing a
repeal proposal on the city's April
ballot, they said they agree a remedy is
needed for Ann Arbor's drug problem.
"Our pot law is a famous law that
waves a flag and says 'come here to
Ann Arbor for getting high,' " said Lou
Velker (R-Fifth Ward). "It's a sym-
bolic law, and repealing it is attractive
to people who want to get rid of that
image of Ann Arbor."
DEMOCRATIC councilmembers
were against the repeal from the start,
said Lowell Peterson (D-First Ward).
"Repealing the law is a superficial
treatment of the problem. I am tired of
people playing symbolic politics. Ann
Arbor is not the drug capital of the
world," Peterson said.
If the law had been repealed,
possession of marijuana would have
been a criminal offense falling under
state laws, said Captain Calvin Hicks of
the Ann Arbor Police Department.
Depending on how much marijuana the
offender is found with, penalties can be
as stringent as a 90-day jail sentence
and up to a $1,000 fine.
In most cases, teenagers under the
age of 17-who were the targets of
Belcher's plan-would be treated the
same as they are now, even if the law
was repealed, Hicks said.

MOST OF Michigan's teenage
violators are sent to juvenile court,
where the judge usually hands out light
fines and refers them to a counselor, he
said. Judges almost never impose the4
full penalties of state law in these cases,
he said.
Raphael Ezekiel (D-Third Ward),
however, said state laws and drug
abuse are unrelated. He pointed to a
study done through the Institute of
Social Research by Richard Stuart,
which tested the effects of
decriminalization of possession of
marijuana on the level of high school
student drug use.
The study, which compared students
in Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Willow
Run from 1971 to 1974, concluded that
during the years of 1972 and 1973-when
Ann Arbor's $5 fine was initiated-
student use decreased compared to
students in cities where marijuana
possession was a criminal offense. In
those cities student use tended to inten-
sify over that four-year period.
Velker, however, said the decrease
had to do with the mood of the country,
not the liberal laws. Marijuana use was,
more popular during the Vietnam era,
he said, because it was one form of
rebellion.
Institute researcher Dr. Marty Gold
stressed that the results from the sur-
vey cannot be generalized to the whole
population without repeated testing,
and added that the decrease in use can-
not solely be attributed to the laws.
The future of the $5 fine is left up to
local citizens, according to Velker. If
there is community movement to
repeal the law, council will probably
support it.

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their clothes if they incorrectly answer a
question that has been given them.
MOVIE **1 "So Fine" (1981) Ryan
O'Neal, Jack Warden. A stuffy college pro-
fessor saves his father's floundering garment
factory by inventing a new type of ladies'
jeans. 'R'
11:35 s MARY TYLER MOORE
11:40 m HBO THE RAINMAKER Tuesday Weld,
Tommy Lee Jones and William Katt star in
the N. Richard Nash play about an itinerant
con man who fulfill's a lonely woman's
yearning for love.
©0m MOVIE * * "Brushfire" (1962) John
Ireland, Everett Sloane. When communists
hold two young Americans as hostages, a
group of freedom fighters is organized to
rescue them.
12:00 © (IRONSIDE
0® ) THE LAST WORD
® NEWS
SD THREE STOOGES
0 S COLLEGE FOOTBALL Penn State
Nittany Lions at Notre Dame Fighting Irish
( R)
t)MOVIE * "The Killing Kind" (1973)
John Savage, Cindy Williams. After serving
two years on a trumped-up sex charge, a
young man is released from prison and
begins seeking his revenge. 'R'
12:15 ([MOVIE ** "Between Men" (1935)
Johnny Mack Brown, Beth MarIon. A father
commits murder to avenge his son's death,
only to find out later that the boy is alive.
12:300 AD ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT
E UNTAMED WORLD
0 E MOVIE * * * "The Bridges At Toko-
Ri" (1954) William Holden, Grace Kelly.
The personal lives of men who struggle to
survive in the dangerous battlefields of the
Korean War are as tortuous as the war itself.
® BRAVO OPERA: GREEK PASSION
1:008© O SATURDAY NIGHT
0 D@LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTER-
MAN
© (O ROOTS: THE NEXT GENERATIONS
After dropping out of college and joining the
Coast Guard, Alex (Damon Evans) meets

snobbish fiance and her equally uppity fami-
2:0l.'PG'
2:0;6 CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH
O ®DROMANCE THEATRE
MYSTERY
MOVIE ** "Catherine & Co."
(1973) Jane Birkin, Patrick Dewaere A
young girl travels to Paris to become a high
fashion model but her plans fall through and
she opens a highly lucrative prostitution
business. 'R'
2:20 ® MOVIE ** "Death Rides The Range"
(1940) Ken Maynard. A cowboy solves a
mystery on the range.
2:25 MOVIE ** "El Diablo Rides" (1939)
Bob Steele, Claire Rochelle. Hostilities erupt
between cattle ranchers and sheepherders.
2:300 ®A MOVIE **V2 "Silent Running"
(1972) Bruce Dern, Cliff Potts. A botanist in
charge of sustaining plant life on another
planet yearns for human companionship.
O S SPORTSCENTER
2:50 B ED (PNEWS
3:00 ¢3IRELAND: A TELEVISION HISTORY
© 0NEWS
muMOVIE * "Virus" (1982) GlennnFord,
Chuck Connors. A deadly virus is stolen from
a military lab and unleashed on the popula-
tion, spreading a trail of death and destruc-
tion.
® MOVIE ** "Wanda" (1970) Barbara
Loden, Michael Higgins. After a painful
divorce and a series of loveless affairs, a
woman finds herself attracted to a bumbling
crook. 'PG'
3:30( j MOVIE ** "Four Faces West"
(1948) Joel McCrea, Frances Dee. Relent-
lessly pursued by the law, a crook manages
to survive a series of personal obstacles with
the help of his girlfriend.
0©ED TOM COTTLE: UP CLOSE
© S)FUTURE SPORT A scientific explora-
tion of athletic performance which can aid
athletes in improving their game. (R)
I)EVERYTHING GOES "The Milkman And
The Housewife" This adult comedy game
show features contestants who must take off

Treasury officials awaiting
Canadian Chrysler contract

(Continued from Page 1)
Inexorable Linkage: International
Trade and Finance" at the University's
business school.
A University alumnus, McNamar's
nomination to the treasury post by
President Reagan in January 1981
made him, at age 42, the youngest
deputy secreatry in the department's
history.
MCNAMAR praised the combined ef-
forts of Chrysler President Lee Iococca
and former United Auto Workers
President Douglas Fraser for settling
labor disputes and leaving the company
a "well-positioned" bargainer.
During his lecture, McNamar said
the United States is obligated to work
with foreign nations to liberalize trade
policies which he says will have a
beneficial impact on .less-developed
countries.
"We must provide the momentum
toward further liberalizing of the
world's trading system. Our own
economic growth and future prosperity
- and that of other nations with which
it is integrally related - is too impor-
tant to risk setting off a trade war and
imperiling global economic recovery in
the process,' McNamar said.
"THE POOR and hungry of the world
look to the United States for future hope
and for help in economic develop-
ment," he said, "The United States will
exercise the responsibility of leader-
ship, not abdicate it to short-term
political opportunism."
McNamar criticized economic deten-
te with the Soviet Union calling it "one-
sided" with advanced U.S. technology
being used to "finance their expan-

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McNamar
... watching negotiations

sionist policies."
"I don't sleep very well at night
knowing that Soviet missiles are being I
guided with U.S.-made Gyroscopes,' he
said.
MCNAMAR ALSO offered several
economic predictions for the coming
year including a slower growth rate for
U.S. exports and a substantially in-
creased trade deficit - from about $40
billion in 1982 to $75 billion in 1983.
"We are going to have to judge very
carefully what policies are in the best
interest of the U.S. economy as a whole I
before jettisoning our traditional open
market approach and joining the
foreign trend toward active gover-
nment intervention to further restrict
international or domestic markets,"
McNamar said.

Chrysler may close plants

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Ann Arbor
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Canadian strike, however, will save
some holiday pay. U.S. workers can get
more than $400 in holiday pay in a nor-
mal year.
But the 2,500 U.S. workers laid off in
the first week of the strike will receive
only half of their Christmas pay and no
Thanksgiving pay under contract rules.
The 2,100 U.S. workers laid off Monday
will get Thanksgiving pay but only half
of the Christmas pay, the company
says.

said.
A tentative contract was rejected by
U.S. autoworkers in the fall because it
did not contain an immediate raise.
Workers pointed out that Chrysler
Chairman Lee Iacocca had publicized
the automaker's $1 billion cash reserve.
But a Chrysler weakened by a strike
means "there will be less pie to cut up,"
Heinbach said.
Meanwhile, Chrysler probably has a
large enough inventory to keep selling d

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