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aytime Specials
9:30 m HBO CONSUMER REPORTS PRE-
SENTS "The Dollars And Sense Show" A
look is taken this month at the most effective
way of killing pain and the cheapest way to
clean hand-washables.
Daytime Children's Shows
10:00 © m PROVINCIAL SCHOOLS
Daytime Sports.
7:00 SSPORTSCENTER
9:00 E SPORTSFORUM (R)
9:30 THIS WEEK IN THE NBA (R)
10004 p SPORTSCENTER
12;00 3 SPORTSWOMAN (R)
1230 Q WCT TENNIS "Maryland Classic"
Coverage of the final rounds from Baltimore,
Md. R)
3:004 HORSESHOW JUMPING Coverage
of the President's Cup from Landover, Md.
(R)
Daytime Movies
5:00 Q **'Y "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'
6:001E HBO ** "The Great Adventure"
(1976) Jack Palance, Joan Collins. A young
boy Is abandoned with his dog in the rugged
Alaskan Rockies.
7:00 m ** "This Is Elvis" (1981) Documenta-
ry. Film footage and dramatic re-creations
are used to tell the story of Elvis Presley's life
and career.
7:30 Ed HBO ** "Falling In Love Again"
(1980) Elliott Gould, Susannah York. A
man goes to his high school reunion in the
belief that he can relive the good times of the
past. 'PG'
8!30 sD G *** "Detour To Nowhere"
(1972) George Peppard, Christine Belford.
An insurance investigator finds both police
and business involvement in four murders
and an armored truck robbery.
9:00m *** "Rich And Famous" (1981)
Candice Bergen, Jacqueline Bisset.
Throughout the ups and downs of their
respective literary careers and romantic
lives, two women depend on their friendship
for stability. 'R'
9:05 s ( y m *** "The McConnell Story"
(1955) Alan Ladd, June Allyson. A famed
test pilot is determined to break in the
Sabrej'et F-86.
10:00 m HBO *** "Father Figure" (1981) Hal
Linden, Timothy Hutton. After their mother's
death, two boys are sent to live with their
father, whom they have not seen since their
parents' divorce five years earlier.
QD m *** "Bigger Than Life" (1956)
James Mason, Barbara Rush. Plagued by a
painful arterial condition, a schoolteacher
develops an addiction to cortisone.
1100 C ** "The Great Train Robbery" (1979)
Sean Connery, Donald Sutherland. Two
expert turn-of-the-century con artists
attempt to pull off the'seemingly Impossible
robbery of a locked safe atioard a fast-mov-
ing locomotive. 'PG'
12001 HBO *** "I Go Pogo" (1980) Ani-
mated. Voices of Jonathan Winters, Vincent
Price. The most popular resident of
Okefenokee Swamp decides to run for presi-
dent. 'PG'
Q **V2 "The Lonely Profession"
(1969) Harry Guardino, Dina Merrill. A pri-
vate investigator opposes the law and a
financial empire while trying to find his cli-
ent's murderer.
1;00 ** "island Of 'Despair" (1969)
Mercedes McCambridge, Maria Schell. A
hundred female convicts imprisoned off the
coast of South Africa try to cope with the
knowledge that they will never be freed:
Q 13) 0 *** "The Fortune Cookie"
(1966) Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthauk A
swindling lawyer advises his brother-in-law
to play up an accident injury and collect the
insurance.
u * * "This is Elvis" (1981) Documenta-
ry. Film footage and dramatic re-creations
are used to tell the story of Elvis Presley's life
and career.
1:05 ErD **/2 "Destry" (1955) Audie Mur-
phy, Mari Blanchard. After becoming the
target of ridicule for refusing to carry a gun,
a new deputy finds he must prove himself.
130 EDHBO ** "The Great Adventure"
(1976) Jack Palance, Joan Collins. A young
boy is abandoned with his dog in the rugged
Alaskan Rockies.
3:00( HBO ** "Falling In Love Again"
(1980) Elliott Gould, Susannah York. A
man goes to his high school reunion in the
belief that he can relive the good times of the
past. 'PG'
s *** "Rich And Famous" (1981)
Candice Bergen, Jacqueline Bisset.
Throughout the ups and downs of their
respective literary careers and romantic
lives, two women depend on their friendship
for stability. 'R'
Evening
4 008 (1) EIGHT IS ENOUGH
Q ® MOST ACTIVE STOCKS / BUSINESS
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cial marriage, needs a new kidney, her
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donor.
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EDMOVIE * "Virus" (1982) Glenn Ford,
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.
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6:0043®00)0 ( Q C 490 NEWS
SFINANCIAL NEWS NETWORK
E BO MOVIE *** "I Go Pogo"
(1980) Animated. Voices of Jonathan
Winters, Vincent Price. The most popular
resident of Okefenokee Swamp decides to
run for president. 'PG'
®DCULTURE, COMMUNITY AND IDENTITY
mD THE SCENE
0 ED 0 MORK AND MINDY
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NESS
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IV, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Minnesota Vikings
m- MOVIE * * "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-
g a murder investigation. 'R'
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0 ()TIC TAC DOUGH
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clean hand-washables.
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7:354 EDmANDY GRIFFITH
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1863-Summer 1865" Jonas mourns Mary's
death and catches up with the vengeful
Major Welles; meanwhile, John reconciles
with Matt, but is unable to save Mark, and
returns home to Virginia where he learns that
the family farm is the site of an impending
battle. (Part 3)
O(G) REAL PEOPLE
Q (D TALES OF THE GOLD MONKEY
mHBO 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.
ED ED ® 0 ® ©0 SURVIVAL
"Orangutans: Orphans Of The Wild" Peter
Ustinov narrates a close-up look at the gen-
tle and intelligent orangutan, and the efforts
being made to save the species from extinc-
tion.
0 JERRY FALWELL SPECIAL
Q E Q NBA BASKETBALL Detroit Pis-
tons vs. Philadelphia 76ers
Q E MOVIE * * "The Black Bird"
(1975) George Segal, Stephane Audran.
Sam Spade Jr. follows up on his father's
most famous case involving the jewel-
encrusted Maltese Falcon.
Q ® NATURE OF THINGS
1 ® AUTO RACING Coverage of the
USAC Stocks from Springfield,Ill).
ID MOVIE * * I/ "Laura" (1980) Dawn
Dunlop, Maud Adams. A woman tries to pre-
vent a relationship between a sculptor with
whom she had had an affair and her teen-
age ballerina daughter. 'R'
MOVIE "Beau Pere"
8:05 ( D MOVIE *** "Man Without A Star"
(1955) Kirk Douglas, Jeanne Crain. A ranch
owner seeks the aid of her foreman as she
fihts for land rights in a barbed-wire war.
9:00 ®(4 THE FACTS OF LIFE
Q E) THE FALL GUY
E0 ED 110 0©D m NUCLEAR WAR: A
GUIDE TO ARMAGEDDON The effects of a
nuclear bomb detonated above St. Paul's

Cathedral and the attempts of British cou-
ples to carry out civil defense recommenda-
tions are visualized in a 30-minute British
documentary; in the second half, Charles
McDowell looks at civil defense plans in the
United States.
® JIM BAKKER
i© S SEEING THINGS
Q ® SMILEY'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)
MOVIE *** "Rich And Famous"
(1981) Candice Bergen, Jacqueline Bisset.
Throughout the ups and downs of their
respective literary careers and romantic
lives, two women depend on their friendship
for stability. 'R'
9:30 0 ®)FAMILY TIES
I 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'
10:00 0a) QUINCY
Q DYNASTY
EHBO MOVIE ***1/2 "The Howling"
(1981) Dee Wallace, Patrick Macnee. A
woman reporter is menaced by a killer who
seems to be a werewolf. 'R'
® © to NON-FICTION TELEVISION
ED FAITH FOR MIRACLES
OQED ® MOVIE ***/2 "Fire Over Eng-
land" (1937) Laurence Olivier, Flora Rob-
son. In the i150s, British royalty is in bitter
conflict with the Spanish.
OmEDIDEDNEWS

Q Q ) THREE STOOGES
I D CFL FOOTBALL "Western Semifi-
nal" (R)
12:15 (j MOVIE **** "The Inspector Gener-
al" (1949) Danny Kaye, Elsa Lanchester.
During the 1800s in France, a town fool does
a convincing masquerade as an Inspector
General.
12:30 0 @)ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT
ED UNTAMED WORLD
UNTDMOVIE ** * 112 "Dial M For Murder"
(1954) Ray Milland, Grace Kelly. After
learning of his wife's infidelity, a man decides
to have her eliminated.
12:50(0 mD MOVIEn**Va "Go, Man, Go!"
(1954) Harlem Globetrotters, Sidney Poi-
tier. Obscure beginnings don't prevent the
meteoric rise to fame of the Harlem Glo-
betrotters.
1:0043 ©SATURDAY NIGHT
O(® LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTER-
MAN
Q ) ROOTS: THE NEXT GENERATIONS
Alex Haley retires from the Coast Guard and
pursues his career as a freelance writer; a
visit to Henning re-ignites his interest in dis-
covering his roots. (Part 7)

A well-respected schoolmaster is falsely
accused of assault by a young student.
2:50 ( 0D NEWS
3:00 ® NON-FICTION TELEVISION
QDm NEWS
m MOVIE **12 "Laura" (1980) Dawn
Dunlop, Maud Adams. A woman tries to pre-
vent a relationship between a sculptor with
whom she had had an affair and her teen-
age ballerina daughter. 'R'
SMO VIE *** "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'
; MOVIE "Beau Pere"
3:050 HBO MOVIE ** "The Formula",

(1980) MaronBrando, George C. Scott.
While investigating the murder of a col-
league, a veteran cop uncovers a conspiracy
involving the suppression of a synthetic fuel
formula by an oil cartel. 'R'
3:15 (D)MOVIE *** W "Magnificent Doll",
(1946) Ginger Rogers, David Niven. Dolley
Madison helps to inspire America as the wife'
of the fourth president, James Madison.
3:30 p TOM COTTLE: UP CLOSE
Q ® AUTO RACING Coverage of. they
USAC Stocks from Springfield, Ill. (R)
4:00 ED PBS LATENIGHT
4D (0 MOVIE * "Lucky Texan" (1934)
John Wayne, Gabby Hayes. A cowboy tries
to clear his sidekick of charges of armed,
robbery.
4:300(A® NEWS

SAID sweeps presidential
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minority enrollment by student gover-
nments, passed 857 to 574.
Proposal B, which asked students if
they felt there should be study carrels
in the Undergraduate Library, passed
1068 to 345. And Proposal C, asking
students if they felt the LSA distribution
requirements actually furnished them
a liberal arts education passed 926 to
459.
Voter turnout was somewhat higher
than last year, with 1550 students cas-
ting ballots, compared to last year's
1500, according to LSA Elections Direc-

jiosa is pass }
tor Bruce Goldman. Still, the turnout 4
was lower than expected, he said,
blaming the drop in expected voters on
candidate "burnout," a lack of active
campaigning.
Goldman said the SAID party,
finished well electing all candidates,
because it spent to the allowed limit and,
advertised well.
Presidential and vice presidential
candidates Barry Powers and Mary
Greenleaf (LEED) received 277 votes,
while 248 cast their ballots for indepen-.
dent candidates Michael Jones and,
Catherine Bonczak.

Cormission calls for closer
watch on genetic research

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attention."
The panel said scrutiny Ahould be un-
dertaken by a broad range of par-
ticipants - not only from Congress and
the Executive Branch but also from
scientific and academic sources, in-
dustrial and commercial groups,
lawyers, religious leaders and mem-
bers of the general public.
In connection with work currently
underway, some guidelines have been
worked out, but ethical quesitons ahve
not been addressed, Capron said.
FOR EXAMPLE, the Recombinant
DNA Advisory Committee at the
Ntional Institutes of Health has issued
guidelines for government-sponsored
laboratory research with gene-splicing
and private researchers have agreed to

adhere to these standards, Capron said.
When asked by subcommittee chair-
man Rep. Albert Gore (D-Tenn.),
whether a "new government body" was
necessary, Capron said yes, but said his
panel had not defined its specific
responsibilities or the form it should
take.
The panel report pointed out that the
genetic engineering techniques may be
a tool for manipulating nature, but also
challenge deeply held feelings about the
meaning of being human.
"But as a product of human in-:
vestigation and ingenuity, the new
knowledge is a celebration of human
creativity ands freedom, and the new.
powers ar'e a reminder of human
obligations to act responsibly," the
commission said.

Q5QTHENATIONAL / JOURNAL
MDEDSMILEY'S PEOPLE While searching
the scene of Vladimir's murder, Smiley dis-
covers an important piece of evidence. (Part
10:301 0DQ ®NEWS
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10:35 O m NBA BASKETBALL Atlanta Hawks
at Seattle SuperSonics
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(1979) Sean Connery, Donald Sutherland.
Two expert turn-of-the-century con artists
attempt to pull off the seemingly impossible
robbery of a locked safe aboard a fast-mov-
11:05 comoive. 'PG'
11:30 () MADAME'S PLACE
0Q(A)TONIGHT
Q $ )ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE
mHBO MOVIE ** "Falling In Love
Again" (1980) Elliott Gould, Susannah
York. A man goes to his high school reunion
in the belief that he can relive the good times
of the past. 'PG'
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LATENIGHT
flEQ ® BENNY HILL
SEDCHARLIE'S ANGELS
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Dunlop, Maud Adams. A woman tries to pre-
vent a relationship between a sculptor with
whom she had had an affair and her teen-
age ballerina daughter. 'R'
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The Wild" Peter Ustinov narrates a close-up
look at the gentle and intelligent orangutan
and the efforts being made to save the spe-
cies from extinction.
8 ( ®MOVIE **** "Marty" (1955)
Ernest Borgnine, Betsy Blair. A shy bachelor
falls in love with a woman who has resigned
herself to a life alone.
I)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'
IM MOVIE ** 1/2"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-
ing a murder investigation. 'R'
1:15 HBO MOVIE **12 "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-
Sa murder investigation. 'R'
2:00 m( ) CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH
0(A® ROMANCE THEATRE
® NUCLEAR WAR: A GUIDE TO ARMA-
GEDDON The effects of a nuclear bomb det-
onated above St. Paul's Cathedral and the
attempts of British couples to carry out civil
defense recommendations are visualized in a
30-minute British documentary; in the sec-
ond half, Charles McDowell looks at civil
defense plans in the United States.
® NOVEMBER BRAVO MAGAZINE
2:15 ® MOVIE "Go Down Death" (1944) Myra
D. Hennings, Samuel H. James.
2:300 @ MOVIE **** "The Execution Of
Private Slovik" (1973) Martin Sheen, Ned-
Beatty. The first American to be executed
for desertion since the Civil War represents
the perpetual battle between individual and
national rights in time of war.
O ® SPORTSCENTER
2:40 O aD MOVIE * * * "Term Of Trial"
(1963) Laurence Olivier, Simone Signoret.

Cuts loom or counseling

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"but no goal (for this review) has been
established as a dollar amount to be
saved."
THE REVIEW was to see if
streamlining is "desirable," as much
as to see if it is "possible," Sauve said.
One of the review committee mem-
bers, Director of Counseling Services
Harold Korn, said the purpose of the
review is not to slash budgets if the ser-
vices would be seriously damaged.
"The intent is not to damage the
counseling at all," he said. "The intent
is to look at what we have. ..and to see
if any economies are available."
WHILE SOME counseling officials,
especially those involved in minority
counseling, have advocated a more
centralized approach to counseling,
Sauve and the initial committee's
membes doubted the review would
recommend more centralization of ser-
vices.
"While there might be some shifts,
we are not likely to find ourselves
swinging to where everything is cen-
tralized or where everything is decen-
tralized," said committee member
Prof. Gerald Marsden, director for
academic programs at the Institute for
Human Adjustment.
The counseling review, unlike almost

any other review that has been doneMat
the University, was split into two parts
because of the number and complexity
of counseling sevices on campus. The
fact that the committee is reviewing
some 40 units at one time instead of the
unit-by-unit, approach administrators
usually take also' persuaded ad-
ministrators to split the review into two
phases, some committee members
said.
"To really study counseling,' ydu
have to study all the different kinds Of
counseling in different places of the
University," said Deborah Orr May,a}
committee member and director, of
Career Planning and Placement. "So
you have to understand the com-
plexity of the beast you are dealing:
with.
The first part of the review was
needed only to collect information
because of the enormity of that task,
said Sauve.
The task of collecting the data was
further compounded because the
University knew so little about its own
counseling services, Sauve said.
"The first group was given a man-
date to collect the data," he said. "That'
has been a huge mandate, we've neei
before known where we were with
counseling."

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night to defend their new policy against
food, which will take effect in January.
Student lounges in both libraries,
where food and beverages could be
purchased, were being abused by
students, the officials said. Many
students and faculty members had
complained that the lounges were noisy
and that food and drinks taken out of
the lounges were damaging books and
cluttering the rest of the library, the

For one thing, the new policy will.
make students leave the library to get,
food on study breaks, one member '
charged. For women studying at night,'
that could be dangerous, said Martha'
Parker, MSA vice president for budget
priorities. "It's impossible to study for~
five or six hours and not have a Coke tq
wake up," she said. "I'm not going to
walk all the way to McDonald's and get'
raped there and on the way back to-do'

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