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game. At noon on Channel 11.
NFL Football - St. Louis Cardinals vs.
Eagles at Philadelphia at 1 p.m. on Channel
1 1; Baltimore Colts vs. Chiefs at Kansas City
at I p.m. on Channel 28; Washington
Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys at Irving,
Texas at 4 p.m. on Channel 11; New York
Jets vs. Dolphins at Miami at 4 p.m. on
Whltt Line Fever - This 1975 movie tells
the story of an idealistic Air Force Veteran's
battle against corruption in the trucking
industry. At 9 p.m. on Channels 5 and 8.
79 Park Avenue - The debut of a three
part miniseries based on the novel by Harold
Robbins, concerning the corrupt life in the
New York underworld. At 9 p.m. on
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American prisoner of war Michael Sacks is cornered by Nazi soldiers in bomb
ravaged Dresden, Germany during World War II in the Universal picture,
Slaughterhouse Five. The film is featured this week on Friday and Saturday nightsat
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in the attempt to link television viewing to
the death of Elinor Haggart, but more
importantly, it resides in what was said by
Judge Baker. As Baker pointed out when
considering the testimony of Thomas, there
has never been "conclusive" evidence linking
violence on television to any particular crime
or homocide. The key to his statement is the
use of the word "conclusive." As any social
scientist knows, the ability to conclude that
one specific factor brought about an action,
is rather difficult todo. And in the case of the
television viewing habits of a 15-year-old
kid, the situation becomes even more
complex. How can television be isolated
from the social environment in which it
operates, or more importantly, how can the
viewing of television be separated from all
the other factors which influence a teenager's
The Ronny Zamora case was not the first
instance where individuals have tried to
make this direct link between television and
violent behavior. Instead, it was an example
of a competent and thorough judge who did
not let the sensational aspects of the case
override the facts to date.
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Opera Ballet. Stressing the unique
excitement of seeing works performed by the
dancers they were created for, the
Milwaukee Ballet repertoire includes many
original works by Mr. Comelin, representing
a wide variety of styles. Comelin recently
served as choreographer and prime dancer
with the National Ballet of Washington,
D.C., and performed as guest artist with the
Season tickets for a total of four
performances by the Milwaukee Ballet, the
Kathryn Posin Dance Company, the Bill
Evans Dance Company and the Atlanta
Ballet will be on sale at the door. The cost is
$7 for students and persons over 65 and $12
for the general public. Individual tickets ire
available at the Union desk.
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Madam Bovary: "Lost Love" - After a
passionate affair with a wealthy landowner,
Emma hides from reality by reckless
overspending until a chance reunion with
Leon brings romance back into her life.
Equus - The Play makers Repertory
Theatre presents Peter Shaffer's Tony
Award winning play, which revolves around
the psychiatric treatment of a boy who has
brutally blinded six horses. Shows at 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday.
Tickets available in Graham Memorial.
Counting the Ways - Two new one-act
plays by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright
Edward Albee. At 8:30 p.m. Friday and
Saturday nights at the Gallery Theatre of the
Carrboro Art School. For information call
Guys and Dolls - This Broadway classic
capturing the flavor of big-city life plays at 8
p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Raleigh
Little Theatre. Box office, 821-31 1 1.
Private Lives - Presented by the Durham
Theatre Guild at 8 p.m. Friday through
Sunday at the Durham Arts Council
building, 810 W. Proctor St. Call 682-5519
for tickets for this "witty and wild marital
South Pacific - This favorite South Seas
romantic musical continues for another
weekend at Raleigh's Village Dinner
Theatre. Call 1-596-8343 for information.
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow - This
original adaptation by Ira David Wood at
Raleigh's Pullen Park Children's Theatre
will be presented at 3 p.m. Saturday and
Sunday. At 4 p.m. both days, the Puppets in
the Park will present the Wist Dragon. For
information call 755-6058.
The Sound of Music presented by the
UNC-G Drama and Music Department at 8
:15 p.m. Friday and Saturday in
Greensboro's Aycock Auditorium.
Milwaukee Ballet One of America's
finest and most versatile dance troupes,
performing classics and contemporary
works, appears in Memorial Hall at 8 p.m.
Holiday on Ice At 8 p.m. Friday, and at
2 and 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the
Scar Wars Hear the continuing saga
Friday nights at 9 p.m. on WXYC, 89.3 FM .
In Focus - WDBS, 107 FM presents a
close-up with The Rolling Stones Friday
from 6 until 1 1 p.m.
The Fabulous Fours - Four quartets of
the 1930s to the 1950s perform at 8 p.m.
Friday at the Greensboro Coliseum
Auditorium. Groups include: 1'he Four
Lads, The Four Freshmen, The Four Ink
Spots and the Pied Pipers, who once played
with Tommy Dorsey.
The Duke University Symphony
Orchestra - This concert will include works
by Haydn, Sibelius, Dvorak and Brahms.
Conducted by Paul Bryan. Featured
violinist is Giorgio Ciompi. At 8.15 p.m.
Friday in Page Auditorium.
Chuck Manglone - The sounds of his
fabulous jazz comes to Duke University's
Page Auditorium at 8:30 p.m. and II p.m.
UNC Symphony Orchestra - David
Serrins directs the musicians in Mahler's
First Symphony in D major Sunday at 4
Duke University Recital - Louis Auld,
baritone, and Frances Evans, pianist,
perform Franz Schubert's Winterreise in
East Duke Music Room at 8:15 p.m.
North Carolina State Fair - This 1 10th
annual event begins Friday and continues all
weekend at the stete fairgrounds in Raleigh.
Gates open 9 a.m. Friday and Saturday, I
First Annual Autumn Leaf Bluegrass
Festival - At Union Grove, N.C. in the H. P.
VanHoy Memorial Coliseum, Friday from 6
p.m. until midnight and Saturday from noon
UNC Bluegrass Festival - WXYC, 89.3
FM sponsors this concert from 5 p.m. until
midnight in the Forest Theatre.
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