. NFL Football Oakland Raiders clash
with the Chiefs at Kansas City. Channels 5
and 8, 9 p.m.
Baseball Playoff - The first National
League playoff game with the Philadelphia
Phillies vs. the L.A. Dodgers. Channel 28, 8
Mark Russell Comedy Special The
Washington political satirist returns for a
third season of highjinks. Channel 4, 9 p.m.
Baseball Playoff Game Two: Phillies
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The Marriage of Figaro Mozart's
classic opera of mistaken identities in love
affairs. Channel 4, 9 p.m.
David Bromberg Two shows at the
Pier, Raleigh. Thursday, 7:30 and 10:30 p.m.
Tuesday Evening Concert Series
Soprano Marajean Marvin and pianist
Michael Zenge, both UNC faculty members,
in recital. 8 p.m. Hill Hall auditorium.
Open-mlke night Deep Jonah invites
performers of all kinds to take their stage.
Tuesday nights at 8 in the Carolina Union
basement. Arrange for auditions by calling
933-1157 or 933-5309.
Trinidad Tripoli Steel Band The
highly-acclaimed performers at the Forest
Theatre at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Admission,
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vocalist familiar to Chapel Hill audiences.
At 8 p.m. Thursday in the Carolina Union
Painters Painting Emile de Antonio,
1973. De Antonio was a close friend of
Warhol and other pop artists during their
lean years. This film, the result of deep
emotional commitment, deals with a
multitude of artists, including de Kooning,
Frankenthaler and Pollock. At 8 p.m.
Wednesday in Carroll Hall. Free with
How Should We Then Live? Filmed
on more than 100 locations in 12 countries,
Christianity Today calls this series "the finest
documentary presentation of Christian truth
ever produced in motion pictures." At 7
p.m., Wednesday and Thursday, in the G reat
Hall, Carolina Union. Sponsored by
Campus Christian Fellowship.
Still Caribbean dreamer
Success hasn 't spoiled Buffett
By DEALER CARROLL
Jimmy Buffett smiled down at a Duke
University audience Saturday night and
delivered his version of the word in song and
One wonders how this wind-blown beach
bum ever left the upper limits of the
atmosphere long enough to venture away
from Caribbean life. It seems the Havana
daydreamer never leaves his home on the
sunset. Instead, he just carries pieces of it
around with him.
The performer didn't care that he was at a
concert Saturday night he was at a party.
And the members of the audience were the
unsuspecting but willing guests. Before the
listener could get settled in with Buffett and
the laid-back style, he had to regroup himself
to join in a jam with the accompanying Coral
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From UPI wire reports
KUWAIT (UPI) - A hijacked Japan Air
Lines DC-8 jetliner took off from Kuwait
early Monday bound for Damascus, Syria,
after the Japanese Red Army guerrillas on
the plane released seven of their 36 hostages.
The plane also carried five hijackers and
six radical prisoners freed from jails in Japan
on orders of the terrorists. A ransom of $6
million was also aboard as the plane took off
from Dacca, Bangladesh, Sunday night.
The Japanese government earlier Sunday
urged the Bangladesh government not to
allow the plane to take off, but officials in
Dacca, under pressure from a coup attempt
during the hijack drama that began
Wednesday, ordered the plane to leave.
The hijackers, all thought to be under 30
years of age, seized the plane carrying 156
passengers and crew members Wednesday
after takeoff from Bombay on a flight from
Paris to Tokyo. They were armed with
pistols, hand grenades and plastic
varied in content. By the time he sang "Come
Monday," it had become Sunday.
If Buffett wasn't spinning off a tune from
the million-seller Changes in latitudes.
Changes in Attitudes, he was reaching back
in fantasy life down in the Martinique and
bringing back an amusing tale.
Buffett recalled his encounter with one of
those questions that pops up at the
crossroads of life Do you save your
money to buy a ride from the Banana
Republic, or do you stay and drink for three
more days? H is answer was expected.
Part of Buffett's appeal has stemmed from
his ability to relax and serenade his fans into
relaxing with him. He has not left that ability
behind with his anonymity. Only Buffett
seemed to enjoy his ballads more than the
concert-goers. Most of the Duke University
audience was earnestly reaching for the buzz
that Buffett was throwing out.
His songs are more than descriptions of
the highlife. They also tell how to get there.
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The terrorists demanded the-release of
comrades held in Japanese jails and a
ransom of $6 million in $100 American bills
in return for the lives of the hostages.
The Japanese government agreed to meet
the hijackers demands and flew six jailed
terrorists and the ransom money to Dacca
on a special JAL flight from Tokyo.
The exchange of the ransom and prisoners
for the passengers and some members of the
original crew took place late Saturday and
Sunday without major incident.
Israel rejects talks
Israel firmly rejected Sunday the U.S.
Soviet declaration on the Geneva Middle
East peace conference as an attempt to
pressure the Jewish state into making
unacceptable concessions to the Palestinians
and Arab states.
His avenues to spiritual enrichment are
varied. You can "Kick it in Second Wind"
with cocaine or smoke 19 joints, drink a
bottle of Tequila and go to a drive-in movie.
The performer offered a pleasant mixture
of his early music and his recent material.
"Margaritaville" picked the crowd up to its
feet, "l et's Get Drunk and Screw" knocked
it on its ass.
Buffett also set the stage for the
introduction of his new album, which will
take him off the road later this month.
Unlike some performers, Buffett has
avoided the contamination of commercial
success. His appreciative eye for a good
audience has not been blinded, and he
seemed to take notice of the crowd that came
to Cameron Indoor Stadium Saturday.
Buffett likes to say he is "God's Own
Drunk." Nothing he did at this concert
disputes that claim.
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Nearly all Arab and Palestinian
spokesmen welcomed the joint statement
issued by Secretary of State Cyrus R. Vance
and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei
Gromyko. It was applauded also by U.N.
Secretary General Kurt Waldheim.
Egypt's semi-official press, however,
charged Moscow had "backed down" and
made important concessions to Washington
in order to save "detente" and the strategic
Arms Limitation Talks.
At the same time, however, official Cairo
radio cautiously welcomed the statement as
an "important and significant
development. . .which means the two
superpowers are determined to work jointly
for realizing peace in the Middle East."
$1 billion for Public TV
WASHINGTON - President Carter will
ask Congress to fulfill one of his campaign
promises by boosting funding for public
television and radio by more than $1 billion,
White House sources said Sunday.
The sources confirmed a New York Times
report the administration will seek
authorizations of more than $ I billion over a
five-year period, along with changes
designed to give the public broadcast system
greater artistic and editorial independence.
The proposed federal contribution would
be the largest on record for public
broadcasting, exceeding in five years the
government's total support for the program
over the last decade.
Supreme Court opens
WASHINGTON - With the formal
opening of its 1977-78 term Monday, the
Supreme Court starts two weeks of
arguments on issues such as mandatory
retirement, the sick leave rights of pregnant
women and the much-discussed test of
The reverse discrimination suit, originally
brought by Allan Bakke, a twice-rejected
white applicant to the University of
California Medical School at Davis, comes
up Oct. 12.
The lawyer for the university is Archibald
Cox, Harvard professor and former U.S.
Solicitor General, who was fired by Richard
N ixon as special prosecutor in the Watergate
In the review of the Aurora Restaurant,
which appeared in Friday's Weekender, the
DTH advised diners to make reservations
for weekend nights. The Aurora does not
take reservations. The Daily Tar Heel regrets
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