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    4 The Daily Tar Heel Friday, October 21, 1977
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Canada allows cameras in legislature
Fonda
Continued from page 1
Canada was the scene of u lot of
international attention this past week. And
surprisingly enough. Margaret I rudeau had
nothing to do with it.
On Monday Canada became the first
country to allow broadcast cameras to
transcribe the day-to-day happenings within
the walls of the national legislature. Yes.
television cameras, those evil purveyors of
truth, were permitted inside the hallowed
chambers of Parliament. And according to
the latest information being sent from
Ottawa, no one has "gone Hollywood" at
least not yet.
Washington has been considering a
similar proposal to turn loose the electronic
eye inside Congressional walls, but it
continually gets bogged down by those who
"fear" the intrusion of TV. Some
Congressmen argue that daily televising of
Congressional happenings will only create
tension and cause members to keep quiet.
Still others say that cameras will encourage
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Congressmen to show boat. to"pcrtorm" for
the broadcasters.
Well, from what small segments NBC and
CBS telecasted of Monday's unveiling, no
one seems to have justification for worry.
wavelength
Hy JIMMY WILKES
Occasionally, a member would make
relerence to the cameras, and it even
appeared that some relished the idea that
their actions were being seen and not just
heard. But on the whole, the electronic
medium did not appear to impair or alter
significantly the work of the Canadian
representatives.
In fact, you got the feeling that the
cameras, if left on long enough, could
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destroy many myths about what actually is
done inside those legislative walls. And w hen
you sit back and think about it, that
possibility, above all else, probably is what
engenders the "fear" that many
Congressmen feel.
NBC and CBS have both signed similar
lour-year contracts with the National
Football League. NBC will continue to
broadcast American; Football Conference
games and playoffs, along with one wild
card divisional playoff game, CBS has the
same basic agreemeni with' the National
F ootball Conference. The (wo networks will
alternate yearly coverage ol the Super Bowl.
ABC also has signed a long-term contract.
It allows them to continue televising
Monday night games, and the contract also
stipulates that ABC has sole rights over all
other prime-time games.
Estimates on the yearly cost to the
networks: NBC $50 million. CBS $52
million and ABC $46 million.
Costumes to be
sold on Monday
Want to be a wolf in sheep's clothing?
You may get your chance Monday, Oct.
24. Bobbi Owen, resident costume
designer lor Playmakers Repertory
Company, announces a theatre costume
sale, from I to 5 p.m. on the patio
behind Graham Memorial, adjacent to
the Morehead parking lot.
Many different costumes will be on
sale throughout the day. and most items
will be sold for about SI. A few of the
more unique items will be auctioned off
beginning at 2 p.m. A sheep costume,
period costumes (including
Shakespearean) and a selection of
masks will be featured.
This sale might be of special interest
to those students still searching
frantically for something new and
different to wear this Halloween.
wisdom. Surprisingly, there were not
too many movies questions a film clip
shown prior to Fonda's appearance
apparently didn't stimulate the crowds
curiosity. Fonda dismissed the subject
as soon as she walked on stage, saying,
"1 don't know what the studio was
thinking of when they sent that thing.
That was just awful. If 1 had seen that I
wouldn't go near Julia. Forget you saw
it."
So instead of plugging her latest
movie, which already has generated
quite a bit of publicity her face has
been on the cover of Newsweek, Us and
Ms. magazines all within the past two
months she talked about economics
and the plight of the little man.
Reminiscent of the radical Jane
Fonda of the 1960s, she told the
audience, "The likes of ITT, AT&T and
General Foods are taking away the
humanness in our lives.
"The chances aren't good that you
will get a job that will tap all our your
full human potential," she added. "I
personalfy think that we should get mad
at the few who run our lives."
Earlier that day, Fonda had told
reporters "I am more outspoken and
firm in my beliefs now than ever before."
Wednesday night, she proved it. Asked
what she thought of overly powerful
politicians, she chortled, "Nixon's not
around anymore but I'm still here!"
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Nov. 23 His Girl Friday Cary GrantRosalind Russell Howard Hawks
Nov. 27 The Awlul Truth Cary GrantIrene Dunne Leo McCarey
Nov. 30 Talk 01 The Town Cary GramJean Arthur George Stevens
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