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the previous week's NFL games and inter-
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Demon Deacons (from Tokyo, Japan)
Daytime Movies
5:00 ** "Just Before Dawn" (1981)
George Kennedy, Chris Lemmon. Five young
people on a camping expedition find them-
selves in the midst of a bizarre family of ani-
mal-like mountaineers. 'R'
6:30 Q) **Y2 "The Border" (1981) Jack
Nicholson, Valerie Perrine. An Texas border
guard's values come in conflict with those of
his corrupt co-workers and his materialistic
wife. 'R'
8:30 f© * *** "How Green Was My Val-
ley" (1941) Walter Pidgeon, Maureen
O'Hara. A Welsh mining family faces person-
al and economic problems while planning for
the future.
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son Hubley. Elvis Presley rises from poverty
and obscurity to achieve fame and fortune
as a superstar musical performer.
9:05 Q **Y2 "How To Commit Marriage"
(1969) Bob Hope, Jackie Gleason. An
unmarried couple give their baby up for
adoption, and the girl's divorced parents
decide to rear the child under a fake name.
10:00 Q *** "Beau James" (1957) Bob
Hope, yera Miles. James Walker, gay blade
of the 1920s, is elected mayor of New York
* City.
1:00m * "Modern Problems" (1981) Chevy
Chase, Patti D'Arbanville. A hapless air traf-
fic controller with numerous personal prob-
lems is endowed with telekinetic powers
after being doused with nuclear waste. 'PG'
11:30 Q HBO *** "Ragtime" (1981) James
Cagney, Howard E. Rollins. Amid the social
upheaval of 1929s New York, an upper-class
family tries to hold on to tradition as an
angry black leads a militant fight against the
2.0racist establishment. 'PG'
2:00 © E ** W "Three Guns For Texas"
(1968) Neville Brand, Peter Brown. A trio of
Texas Rangers fight their way from one trail
to the next.
2:30 E ** "Choices" (1981) Paul Carofates,
Victor French. A high school football player
icut from the team because of a physical
handicap and falls in with a gang of ruffians.
1:00W **Y. "Hoodlum Empire" (1951) Brian
Donlevy, Claire Trevor. Internal struggle and
conflict bubble beneath the surface of a
* crime an.
Q me ** W "Hell Drivers" (1958)
Stanley Baker, Herbert Lom. Truckers tran-
sporting explosives over rugged terrain
1:05 encounter many obstacles along the way.
1:0 O D * * 12 "Smoky" (1966) Fess Par-
ker, Diana Hyland. A domesticated stallion
turns on his trainer's brother as a result of
inhumane treatment.
2:00 m ** "The Border" (1981) Jack
Nicholson. Valerie Perrine. An Texas border
* guard's values come in conflict with those of
his corrupt co-workers and his materialistic
nife. 'R'
2:30(D HBO **1/ "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'
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sell, Season Hubley. Elvis Presley rises from
poverty and obscurity to achieve fame and
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ED MOVIE * "Modern Problems" (1981)
Chevy Chase, Patti D'Arbanville. A hapless
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(1976) Gerard Depardieu, Dominique
Labourier. After turning crook in order to
meet the expenses of his business, a young.
married businessman falls in love with one of
his victims.
8:051 EDpMOVIE **/ "Living Free" (1972)
Susan Hampshire, Nigel Davenport. Three
mischievous lion cubs get into all sorts of
trouble while being transported to a game
preserve.
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9:00 pD1 DALLAS
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ice with a sexy double agent. (R)
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ducting the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra
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become racy reality through comedy, music
and dance.
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Jack Nicholson, Valerie Perrine. An Texas
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those of his corrupt co-workers and his
materialistic wife. 'R'
9:400 ED ® MOVIE *** W"Spellbound"
(1945) Ingrid Bergman, Gregory Peck. An
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James Cagney, Howard E. Rollins. Amid the
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against the racist establishment. 'PG'
FAITH FOR MIRACLES
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(1973) Jane Birkin, Patrick Dewaere. A
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fashion model but her plans fall through and
she opens a highly lucrative prostitution
business. 'R'
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versity Opera Theater performs Bohuslav
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Carofates, Victor French. A high school foot-
ball player is cut from the team because of a
physical handicap and falls in with a gang of
ruffians.
11:35I D MOVIE * * * "They Died With Their
Boots On" (1941) Errol Flynn, Olivia de
Havilland. The events that led up to the Bat-
tie of Little Big Horn involving General Custer
and Chief Sitting Bull are explored.
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become racy reality through comedy, music
and dance.
CD MOVIE * "Modern Problems" (1981)
Chevy Chase, Patti D'Arbanville. A hapless
air traffic controller with numerous personal
problems is endowed with telekinetic powers
after being doused with nuclear waste. 'PG'
1:30 Q 0TWILIGHT ZONE
m MOVIE * * n "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'
2:0083 MOVIE * * * "Situation Hopeless
But Not Serious" (1965) Alec Guinness,
Robert Redford. A German shopclerk holds
two American fliers hostage after the end of
World War 11.
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2:15( HBO MOVIE ** "Taps" (1981)
George C. Scott, Timothy Hutton. Military
school cadets take over their school to pre-
vent plans to turn the academy property into
a condo development. 'PG'
® MOVIE * "Slaves Of The invisible Mon-
ster" (1966) Richard Webb, Aline Towne. A
master villain concocts a chemical that will
render him invisible so thathe may carry out
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George Kennedy, Chris Lemmon. Five young
people on a camping expedition find them-
selves in the midst of a bizarre family of ani-
mal-like mountaineers. 'R'

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(1951) James Craig, Guy Madison. When
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MX missile survives
House committee vote

WASHINGTON (AP) - The MX
missile system barely survived its
sternest test in Congress yesterday as
the House Appropriations Committee
refused on a 26-26 tie vote, to scuttle
funds for first editions of the new
weapon.
The deadlock rejected a move by
Rep. Joseph P. Addabbo, (D-N.Y.), to
cut $988 million for the first five of an
eventual 10 of the nation's first new
strategic missiles in two decades. The
committee went on to approve an
overall defense spending bill of $231.6
billion.
IN BRAZIL, President Reagan called
it "a vote for a stronger, more secure
America." But he said: "We're not
jumping up and down and claiming a
victory, because we know it's going to
be a very tough battle on the floor" of
the House, possibly next week.
Reagan personally led an intensive
lobbying campaign by the ad-
ministration this week to turn aside the
challenge to the MX, making telephone
calls to members who were believed

undecided.
The committee did approve an ams
endment by Rep. Ralph Regula, 4R-
Ohio), that would forbid the Air Force
to spend any of the production funds or
$60 million of the research money until
March 15.
IN AN impassioned tone, Addabbo
said serious questions remained about
the workability of Reagan's plan- to
deploy the missiles in a "dense pack"
arrangement of closely spaced un-
derground silos near Cheyenne, Wyo.
"This was a full-blown effort by the
White House and the Pentagon," Ad-
dabbo said. "If they could go through
the budget like they, went through
Congress, we'd have a good defense
bill.''
The bill's $231.6 billion total is $26.4
billion larger than the amount con;
tained in the defense appropriation
measure Congress enacted last year.
The Senate Appropriations Commit,
tee's version of the spending bill, which
also is awaiting floor action, totals abou
$233 billion.

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EPA ch"ef cited for
contempt of Congress.

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WASHINGTON (AP) - A House sub-
committee voted yesterday to cite Anne
Gorsuch, head of the Environmental
Protection Agency, for contempt of
Congress for withholding documents on
President Reagan's orders.
The 9-2 vote by the House Public
Works investigations subcommittee
came after Gorsuch invoked executive
privilege in withholding the documents
dealing with EPA's toxic waste cleanup
program.
THE SUBcommittee had subpoenaed
an estimated 787,000 items to examine
how EPA manages the $1.6 billion
"superfund" program to clean up
abandoned chemical dump sites.
Gorsuch, appearing before the panel
in response to the subpoena, said the
"vast majority" of documents would be
duplicated and shipped to the subcom-
mittee, though it will cost EPA at least
$145,000 and could take six months.
But she said that "sensitive
documents found in open law enfor-

SHE SUBMITTED a letter signed-by
Reagan in which the president saisiH
"Because dissemination of sucli
documents outside the executive bran;
ch would impair my solumn responi
sibility to enforce the law, I instruct ybq
and your agency not to furnish copieesof
this category of documents."
She said EPA has identified 3
documents fitting that description s
far, and more are certain to surface a
files are examined.
the subcommittee, however, said Jt
could not permit the administration to
make a unilateral decision of what wa
appropriate for Congress to review.
Robert Prolman, a member of sUb-
committee staff, testified that this
documents being withheld were "th*
most critical" in the panel's -in-
vestigation.

cement files" - such as legal strategiqs
and case analyses - would be withheld
on the president's orders.

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Bowl" Clemson Tigers vs. Wake Forest
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130DSATURDAY NIGHT
® MOVIE * * "The Wonderful Crook"
(1976) Gerard Depardieu, Dominique
Labourier. After turning crook in order to
meet the expenses of his business, a young,
married businessman falls in love with one of
his victims.
12:35 0 @®WRESTLING
12:4543 HBO STANDING ROOM ONLY "Coun-
try Rock '82" The Oak Ridge Boys, the
Charlie Daniels Band and Rosanne Cash
perform their latest hits in this benefit con-
cert taped at the Pine Bluff Convention Cen-
ter.
1:00Q (D SATURDAY NIGHT
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Q Q) MOVIE *1i2 "Twisted Brain" (1974)
Pat Cardi, John Niland. A tormented teen-
ager is driven by forces outside his control to
commit frenzied acts of murder.
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Desert" (1934) Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy.
The comic pair set off on another zany
adventure when they attend a "meeting"
unbeknownst to their wives.
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® THE GREEK PASSION The Indiana Uni-
versity Opera Theater performs Bohuslav
Martinu's opera about a Greek shepherd
who assumes a Christ-like aura and poses a
threat to political authority.
2:35 Q® MOVIE **1/ "The Illustrated Man"
(1969) Rod Steiger, Claire Bloom. A wom-
an persuades her husband to have his body
tattooed with symbols relating to events in
his life.
3:00 Q ) MOVIE * * * "Gidget Goes To
Rome" (1963) Cindy Carol, James Darren.
Gidget misinterprets the attentions of a
famous journalist.
Q3 EDNEWS
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3:301 ED MOVIE * * 1 "Swamp Water"
(1941) Dana Andrews, Walter Brennan.
Directed by Jean Renoir. To prevent him
from revealing his hiding place, an escaped
murderer holds a young man captive in a
swamp.
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(R)
3:50 (1 MOVIE *X1 "Hijacked" Jim Davis,
Marsha Jones. A truck driver out on parole is
robbed twice and must find the criminals to
clear his name.
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1D5®TOP RANK BOXING (R)
CD MOVIE ** "Cheech And Chong's
Nice Dreams" (1981) Richard "Cheech"
Marin, Thomas Chong. Two inveterate pot-
heads appear to have found their true calling
as they peddle ice cream on the streets of
Los Angeles. R'

Ufer grant established

(Continued from Page 3)
to Hector Carosso, an economics and
political science major. "It's an honor
actually," Carosso said. "It's the first
one that's been awarded."
Recipients of the Ufer Scholarship
award must show achievements in ex-
tracurricular activities, involvement in
sports and the fraternity. "It's awar-
ded to a current member of the frater-:
nity based on characteristics that most
exemplify my fathers interest and en-
thusiasm in the University and the
fraternity," said David Ufer. "A com-
bination of athletics and academics,"
he said.
Carosso has been involved in the
Univerity Activity Center and has
played a number of sports.
The scholarship fund was initiated by
the Phi Delta Theta Alumni Association

last year shortly after Ufer passed
away.
"Bliss Bowman, (chairman of the
Alumni Association) a very close friend
of my father, suggested it to the family
a year ago and we'thought it was a very
nice gesture,"Ufer said.
"Being the oldest one on the board I
get the honor of awarding it," Bowman
said.
The fraternity house nominated three;
candidates for the scholarship and then,
were interviewed before the Alumni
board. "A persuasive quality of high
standard was the deciding factor,"
Citren said.
Grasshof said he hopes the fund will
increase in future years and possibly
pay for a seniors tuition expenses.
"Mrs. Ufer and her two sons will be
here, so we'll have a pretty nice little
shindig Monday night," Citren said.

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sity's highest priorities.
"Students at the University of
Michigan now pay higher tuition than
students at any other public college or
university in the country,"she said.
"The administration must make a
strong committment in the five year
plan to containing tuition costs."
Residential College junior Paul
Fleuranges pointed out the difficulty
the University has had in increasing

"SINCE I'VE been here I have seen
black enrollment decrease
drastically," he said. "I hope you (ad
ministrators) see your responsibility to
black students in Michigan and around
the country."
Shapiro said the University as
looking for and experimenting with new
programs to increase black enrollment.
"Obviously what we have been doing
has not been working," he said, "so we
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