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Thursday
Daytime Specials
5:25 (D HBO CONSUMER REPORTS PRE-
SENTS "Dollars And Sense Show" The
most effective pain killers and the least
expensive way to clean hand-washables are
examined.
8:00 W HBO SPLIT CHERRY TREE A poor
farmer learns the value of his son's educa-
tion after the latter is kept after school for
damaging a cherry tree.
3:30 WOOD IS TOO GOOD TO BURN An
examination of the new uses being made of
one of our nation's renewable resources is
presented.
Daytime Children's Shows
6.00 m HBO SPLIT CHERRY TREE A poor
farmer learns the value of his son's educa-
tion after the latter is kept after school for
damaging a cherry tree.
10:000 ©DmPROVINCIAL SCHOOLS
'aytime Sports
6:00 QQ )VIC'S VACANT LOT (R)
6:30 Q SKI SCHOOL Tips for better skiing.
i (Filmed at Killington, Vt.) (R)
7:00 S©ED SPORTSCENTER
900 S ED SPORTSWOMAN (R)
9:30 S©El)1WINTERWORLD
10:00 ©I SPORTSCENTER
S :00 D®TENNIS "Davis Cup Finals" Cover-
age of France vs. USA best singles match.
3:00 p)® WOMEN'S MARATHON: ROAD TO
i 'THE OLYMPICS
r.:30 d COLLEGE BASKETBALL Kentucky
. Wildcats at Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Daytime Movies
':00 E ** "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'
1:30 m HBO * * * "Raggedy Ann And Andy"
?(1977) Animated. Ann and Andy search for
a French doll who has been kidnapped by
Q) *** "The Return Of The Secaucus
Seven" (1980) Mark Arnott, Gordon Clapp.
The members of a group of college students
active in the protest movement during the
60s gather f or a weekend reunion. 'R'
:00 QHBO** "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.
30 ** /"The Harness" (1971) Lorne
Greene, Julie Sommars. Based on the story
.~by John Steinbeck. A liberated young wom-
an and a middle-aged widower fall in love.
IM)** "Nobody's Perfekt" (1981) Gabe
Kaplan, Alex Karras. Three unlikely heroes
set out to battle the red tape and bureaucra-
S, cy of city hal.'G
1:05 ( ® ** "That Funny Feeling" (1965)
~ Sandra Dee, Bobby Darin. A pair of pretty
maids give out their new working address to
a handsome bachelor only to discover that
he's their new employer.
.9:00 0(HBO * "Modern Problems" (1981)
Chevy Chase, Patti D'Arbanvile. A hapless
air traffic controller with numerous personal
problems is endowed with telekinetic powers
after being doused with nuclear waste. 'PG'
Q m ** "Fallen Angel" (1945) Alice
Faye, Dana Andrews. A man weds a wealthy
woman for her money so he can dump her
for a waitress, only to become the prime sus-
pect when the waitress is murdered.
10:30 Q ** "Buddy, Buddy" (1981) Jack
Lemmon, Walter Matthau. While an assassin
concentrates on his next killing, he is rudely
interrupted by a bumbling failure of a man
who is attempting suicide. 'R'
11:30 m 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.
12:00 ©r® *** "House Of Cards" (1968)
George Peppard, Inger Stevens. An Ameri-
can in Paris helps to expose a revolutionary
Fascist group.
12:30 0 **V "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'
1:00® *V2 "Code 645" (1967) Clayton
Moore, Ramsay Ames. An escaped crook
gets involved with kidnapping and hijacking
until federal agents enter the matter.
p mE® * *** "Comrade X" (1940)
Clark Gable, Hedy Lamarr. A Russian street-
car conductor falls in love with an American
newspaperman.
1:05E0 m *** "Tall in The Saddle" (1944)
John Wayne, Ella Raines. A cowpoke
changes his negative attitudes about
females when he accepts a job as ranch
foreman and meets his two lovely employ-
ers.
1:30( HBO ** "Oh Heavenly Dog" (1980)
Chevy Chase, Benji. While investigating a
political sex scandal in London, a private
detective is murdered and reincarnated as a
scruffy dog. 'PG'
2:00 * * 2 "Taps" (1981) George C. Scott,
Timothy Hutton. Military school cadets take
over their school to prevent plans to turn the
academy property into a condo develop-
ment. 'PG'
3:30W 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.

evening
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Secaucus Seven" (1980) Mark Arnot, Gor-
don Clapp. The members of a group of col-
lege students active in the protest movement
during the '60s gather for a weekend
reunion. 'R'
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farmer learns the value of his son's educa-
tion after the latter is kept after school for
damaging a cherry tree.
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THE MUPPETS
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erage of the World Super Lightweight Cham-
pionship
53500 ®BEWITCHED
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QOID FINANCIAL NEWS NETWORK
m HBO MEN'S GYMNASTICS "1982 Cae-
sars Palace Invitational" Olympians Bart
Conner, Jim Hartung and Phil Cahoy are fea-
tured in this year's competition.
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6:308 () CBS NEWS
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43 D 0 E LAVERNE & SHIRLEY &
COMPANY
0 0 0 FOCUS ON SOCIETY
O 6ED OVER EASY
0 MOVIE * *'2 "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'
6:35 0mBOB NEWHART
7:00 ©Q FAMILY FEUD
0 ® JOKER'S WILD
0()ABC NEWS q
m HBO INSIDE THE NFL Hosts Len Daw-
son and Nick Buoniconti review highlights of
the previous week's NFL games and inter-
view key layers and coaches.
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REPORT
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O3 O O MAS*H
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0 E HAWAII FIVE-0
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7:05 p GOMER PYLE
7:30 ® P.M. MAGAZINE
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REPORT
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Q 0 THREE'S COMPANY
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7:35 0 ® 0 MACNEIL / LEHRER REPORT
: ®ANDY GRIFFITH
8:008 OMAGNUM, -PI
9®FAME
O O JOANIE LOVES CHACHI
W HBO MOVIE * "Modern Problems"
(1981) Chevy Chase, Patti D'Arbanville. A
hapless air traffic controller with numerous
personal problems is endowed with teleki-
netic powers after being doused with nuclear
waste. 'PG'
® VIDEO DETROIT
0 OPERATION BREADBASKET
13 0 00MOVIE * * * * "The Conversa-
tion' (1974) Gene Hackman, John Cazale.
A professional wiretapper begins to question
the ethics of his profession.
0 ED INCREDIBLE HULK
0 DGALA CONCERT Henri Bergeron and
Bob Harding host a celebration of the 25th
anniversary of the Canada Council by
numerous artists at the National Arts Centre
in Ottawa; featured performers include bari-
tone Louis Ouiico, pianist Andre Laplante.
violoncellist Desmond Hoebig and violinist
Michelle Seto.
Q WDNFL STORY: LINE BY LINE
O ®EDSNEAK PREVIEWS
© mEDNALL CREATURES GREAT AND
SMALL I
m LOVING An intimate look at contempo-
rary sexual conflicts men and women face
every day.
m MOVIE **12 "Taps" (1981) George C.
Scott, Timothy Hutton. Military school
cadets take over their school to prevent
plans to turn the academy property into a
condo development. 'PG'
® TWENTIETH CENTURY MESSIAH
8:05( 0m MOVIE *** "Downhill Racer"
(1969) Robert Redford, Gene Hackman. As
a result of circumstance, an American ski

bum becomes an Olympic champion.
8:1000® MICHIGAN OUTDOORS
8:30 9STAR OF THE FAMILY
OS ED®WILD AMERICA
0LEROY JENKINS
Q EDFROM THE 55-YARD LINE Action
highlights of the Grey Cup.
m MOVIE * * "The Au Pair Girls"
9:008QQ SIMON & SIMON
O © CHEERS
S Q NFL FOOTBALL San Francisco 49ers
at Los Angeles Rams

® PLEDGE BREAK
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sents a close-up look at children struggling
with the daily threat of violence, hunger,
oppression and spiritual darkness.
0ECOLLEGE BASKETBALL De Paul vs.
UCLA
© ® ORIGINAL SIX HOCKEY HEROES
Toronto at Detroit
0 E COLLEGE BASKETBALL UCLA
Bruins at DePaul Blue Demons
Q E GREAT RAILWAY JOURNEYS OF
THE WORLD
© mTHIS OLD HOUSE
9:05 m DETROIT BLACK JOURNAL SPECIAL
9:30 0 a TAXI
m HBO MOVIE ** "Oh Heavenly Dog"
(1980) Chevy Chase, Benji. While investi-
gating a political sex scandal in London, a
private detective is murdered and reincar-
nated as a scruffy dog. 'PG'
Q EDWILD AMERICA
ED MOVIE **Y2 "Beau Pere" (1981)
Patrick Dewaere, Ariel Besse. A forbidden
love affair develops between a young girl
and her recently widowed stepfather.
9:45 0 ® @0WILD AMERICA
10:00 p OKNOTS LANDING
o Q HILL STREET BLUES
® BENNETT & BASIE TOGETHERI Two
legendary stars of the American music scene
-- Tony Bennett and William "Count" Basie
- team up for a special concert performance
featuring the Count Basie Band.
® FAITH FOR MIRACLES
Q3® 0 NEWS
Q 1THE NATIONAL / JOURNAL

group of daring mercenaries travels to South
Africa i order to save a deposed ruler from
the new dictatorship. 'R'
000 Q ¢0 d Q DPBS LATENIGHT
Q mD ® BENNY HILL
m LOVINGEAn intimate look at contempo-
rary sexual conflicts men and women face
every day.
11:35 O 0 MOVIE * 1 "Who Is Killing The Stunt
Men?" (1977) Robert Forster, Fiona Lewis.
A veteran Hollywood stunt man joins a mov-
ie cast to learn why three other stunt men
including his brother were killed during the
filming.
0 ®DHARNESS RACING
12:008 C8)IRONSIDE
© Q ® 0NEWS
Q3m ® LAUREL AND HARDY
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®DTWENTIETH CENTURY MESSIAH
12:15 ® MOVIE **12 "The Killer Cop" (1976)
Arthur Kennedy, Sara Sperati. Against his
boss's orders, a police inspector tracks
down the terrorist who killed his friend.
12:30 0 ® ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT
4 3© ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE
0 UNTAMED WORLD
Q ( MOVIE ***12 "The Male Animal"
(1942) Henry Fonda, Don DeFore. Love,
political unrest and the big football game hit
a college campus at the same time.
m MOVIE ** "Nobody's Perfekt" (1981)
Gabe Kaplan, Alex Karras. Three unlikely
heroes set out to battle the red tape and
bureaucracy of city hall. 'PG'

2:30 ® MOVIE * M* s"Lady Caroline Lamb'
(1972) Sarah Miles. Richard Chamberlain.
The wife of a British statesman brazenly car-
ries on a sordid love affair with Lord Byron.
® THIS OLD HOUSE
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CD MOVIE **12 "Taps" (1981) George C.
Scott, Timothy Hutton. Military school
cadets take over their school to prevent
plans to turn the academy property into a
condo development. 'PG'
2:45 m HBO MOVIE * "Modern Problems"
(1981) Chevy Chase, Patti D'Arbanville. A
hapless air traffic controller with numerous
personal problems is endowed with teleki-
netic powers after being doused with nuclear
waste. 'PG'
2:50 ( 0 0NEWS
3:000 QDmNEWS
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every day.
3:100 DETROIT BLACK JOURNAL SPECIAL
3:15 ® MOVIE ** "Accused Of Murder"
(1957) Vera Ralston, David Brian. A homi-
cide detective falls for a nightclub singer sus-
pected of killing a gangland lawyer.

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Q:(EDTCOLLEGE BASKETBALL UCLA
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4: ) MOVIE * * "The Au Pair Girls"
4:000® PBS LATENIGHT
a0 ED MOVIE * 2 "Randy Rides Alone"
(1934) John Wayne, Alberta Vaughn. A
cowboy infiltrates an outlaw gang to gather
evidence against thieves who raided an
express company office.
4:10 O 0( MOVIE ** D.O.A. (1949)
Edmond O'Brian, Pamela Britton. When a
man realizes that he has been given a dose
of time-released poison, he sets out to
locate his killer before his life ends.
4:20 W HBO MOVIE * * * "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.
4:30 0® NEWS
4:40 0 MOVIE * 1 "Gun Battle At Monterey"
(1957) Sterling Hayden, Pamela Duncan. A
gunslinger vows vengeance against his
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Dr. Charles Moody, founder of NABSE, points out the letter that launched
the National Association of Black School Superintendents, the predecessor of
NABSE.
U prof fights for better
education for blacks
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4D ED MOVIE *** "For Me And My Gal"
(1942) Judy Garland, Gene Kelly. The suc-
cess of two vaudevillians is interrupted by
World War I.
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ranza, . Decima" and "Visions" -- choreo-
graphed by Alfonso Figueroa to the musical
works of several Latin American composers
are presented.
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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.
10:0500 ®NEWS
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Ingrid Bergman stars in the story of Golda
Meir's life from her early days in Milwaukee
to her triumphant meeting, as Israeli Prime
Minister, with Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat. (Part 2)
10:30md MOVIE * * "Buddy, Buddy" (1981)
Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau. While an
assassin concentrates on his next killing, he
is rudely interrupted by a bumbling failure of
a man who is attempting suicide. 'R'
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11:308 aOMADAME'S PLACE
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(1978) Richard Burton, Roger Moore. A

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MAN
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crime-plagued town and captures the affec-
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1:10 ® SNEAK PREVIEWS
1:30(D MOVIE *** "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.
Q1 MOVIE **12" Beau Pere" (1981)
Patrick Dewaere, Ariel Besse. A forbidden
love affair develops between a young girl
and her recently widowed stepfather.
1:35 0 MOVIE *** "Juarez" (1939) Paul
Muni, Bette Davis. The renowned leader
crusades for the release of Mexico from
Prince Maximilian's French domination.
1:45 (pHBO INSIDE THE NFL Hosts Len Daw-
son and Nick Buoniconti review highlights of
the previous week's NFL games and inter-
view key players and coaches.
1:500m MICHIGAN OUTDOORS
2:008p Q CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH
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(1969) David Janssen, Rosemary Forsyth.
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ruthless manager.
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James Gleason, Joe Sawyer.

dents." The districts usually also all
contain certain conditions. "They must
have a financial deficit, be majority
minority (student populations), have a
majority minority school board, and be
in districts that most people have given
up on," he said.
Moody said what has surprised some
people, especially "kingmakers" who
appoint superintendents, is not the fact
that the school districts being run by
black superintendents are surviving,
but that some are actually turning
around.
THIS YEAR'S conference focused on
the impact black teachers can have on
the quality of education, Moody said.
Blacks have already gained a foothold

on the way they view their educations
and in the role they play int he
educational process, he said.
Moody, who said he would like to see
the association reach its more than one
million person membership potential,
thinks black education has a way to go
before becoming equal with white
education,
"There have been some gains, but to
fully understand them, (the gains) have
to be taken in a historical context," he
said, explaining that any improvemen-
ts came about because things couldn't
get worse. "People who make
decisions believe that enough has
already been done, when in fact it's
only been to scratch the surface."

Conserving saves U' milons
(Continued from Page 1)

primarily through the inexpensive
"quick fixes."
"It's a lot of little things pretty much,
and it gets harder," said Norm Sun-
stad, head of residence operations,
"The easy things we did years ago."
Those little things include such
measures as removing unnecessary
light bulbs, replacing incandescent fix-
tures with less expensive fluorescent
units, lowering hot water tem-
peratures, and putting heat controls in
each dorm room. Officials said they
don't know when installation of those
controls will be completed.
The most significant gain in any
single building was a 31 percent reduc-

tion in energy use by the Dentistry
Building. A lighting review, a more
comprehensive method of monitoring
heat and air circulation, and in-
stallation of storm windows led to a bill
$180,000 lower than it would have been
without the changes, according to the

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report.
Next year, the University plans to
expand a centralized temperature con-
trol for all of its buildings, to work out
energy consumption problems in the
Medical Science I Building, and to in-
crease the drive for people to pay atten-
tion to the little stickers on light swit-
ches that tell them to "STOP-conserve
energy."

Female grads better paid

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think" for college graduates to get a
financial return from the extra years
spent in the classroom. Also, he added,
"The young men who didn't go to
college seem to do much better than
most people realize."
Kolstad found wide gaps between the
wages of men and women at each age
and education level.
Men with high school diplomas but no
college started out working at age 18 at
jobs that paid an average of $4.63 an
hour compared with $3.76 for women

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in 1976 when most were 22.
In 1979, women with no college
averaged $4.57 an hour, those with less
than two years of college $5.09, those
with two years or more $5.36, those with
a bachelor's degree $6.06 and those with
advanced degrees $6.99.
In 1979, men with no college earned
$7.06 an hour; those with less than two
years of college earned $6.94, those with
two years or more $6.50, those with
bachelor's degrees $6.86 and those with
advanced degrees $7.08.

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