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Alan Bates stars in the film version of the
once forbidden D. H. Lawrence novel,
Women in Love. The film begins a week
long run at the Carolina .Theatre
Central America which flourished some 1,500 years ago
are explored. At 7:30 p.m. on Channel 28. '
The American Short Story "The Music School"
by John Updike. A day in the life of a contemporary
writer struggling to find a focus for his life is dramatized.
At 9 p.m. on Channel 4.
Boxing Special The two top-ranked contenders for
Muhammad Ali's heavyweight crown Ken Norton and
Jimmy Young Tight a I S-round elimination bout in La
Vegat. At 9 p.m. on Channels 5 and t.
Second City T.V. Humorous looks at magazines,
religious shows and the world tennis circuit art featured.
At 1 1 p.m. on Channel 28.
Weekend Scheduled features include a took at
Haiti where the average annual income is $55, a profile of
former Secretary of Agriculture Earl L. Butz and an
examination of overcrowded campsites at Yotemite .
National Park. At 1 1:30 p.m. on Channel 28.
Oracula (1831) Bela Lugosi stars as the vampire
count of Bram Stoker's horror classic. At midnight on
BUI Dooley: Football Highlights of Saturday's
Clemson-North Carolina game. At noon on Channel II.
NFL FootbaH - 1 ) The Dallas Cowboys meet the New
York Giants at East Rutherford, N.J. Live at I p.m. on
Channel 1 1 . 2) The M iami Dolphins play the Jets at New
York. Live at 1 p.m. on Channel 28. 3) The St. Louis
Cardinals vs. the Vikings at Bloomington, M inn. Live at 4
p.m. on Channel II.
Evening at Symphony Featured music is
Respighi's "Ancient Airs and Dances" and Richard
Strauss's "Symphonia Domestica." At 8 p.m. on Channel
The Robber Bridegroom This Broadway musical
comedy comes to N.C. State's Stewart Theatre at 3 p.m.
and 8 p.m. Sunday. Only rush-rate tickets are available
for the evening performance.
CocktaH Party The Raleigh Little Theatre, 301
Pogue St., presents T. S. Eliot's classic drama Friday.
Call 821-3111 for information.
Second Time Around The Village Dinner Theatre
of Raleigh presents this comedy each night this weekend.
Call 506-8343 for information.
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow At Raleigh's Pullen
You are invited to attend a seminar
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
on Wednesday, the ninth of November
at seven-thirty in the evening
"Investing for Tax Free Income"
will be the topic of discussion
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Tenner & Smith, Inc.
Raleigh, North Carolina
will be served
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Park Children's theatre at 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
At 4 p.m. both days, the Puppets in the Park will present
the Lost Dragon. For information call 744-6058.
You're Good Man Charlie Brown The UNC-G
Department of Drama presents this musical favorite at
8: 15 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Kansas Performing live in concert at the Charlotte
Coliseum at 8 p.m. Friday.
Billy Craah Craddock He wiU appear at the
Charlotte Coliseum at 6 p.m. Saturday and at the Raleigh
Civic Center Sunday. Call 755-601 1 for time of Raleigh
Boaz Sharon The Duke University Department of
Music presents this young Israeli pianist in a faculty
recital including works by Ben-Haim, Ravel, Debussy,
Prokofiev, Beethoven, Schumann and Chopin. At 8:15
p.m. Saturday in the East Duke Music Room.
UNC Chamber Singers 1 hey appear in a H ill Hall
concert at 4 p.m. Sunday under the direction of Robert
Homecoming Dance The Original Shirclles and
the Swamp Fox Band provide the musk for this annual
extravaganza in Woollen Gym. Begins at 9 pm
Cat's Cradle Bland Simpson performs Friday and
Saturday nights. Closed Sunday.
The Mad Hatter Passion is the group for Friday
and Saturday nights. Andy Shapiro plays Sunday.
The Station Decatur Jones is featured Friday night;
Rabbit and Ken Sunday. Saturday's music is to be
Ackland Memorial Art Center Opening Sunday is
a I ibrary of Congress exhibit that examines color as a
resource of the graphic process, entitled "Color and the
N.C. Museum of Art The featured exhibit for the
month is a group of works by the Art Faculty of l!NC-0
in the Collectors Gallery. The museum is in Raleigh at 107
L Morgan St.
A colorful new exhibit opens at the Ackland
Museum Sunday: "Color and the Graphic Arts."
The display, a Library of Congress exhibition,
runs through Dec. 4.
The exhibit documents the history of the
development of color and the graphic arts and
displays reproductions of some outstanding
examples of color printing in the collections of the
Library of Congress. Mounted on 66 panels, it is
divided into two sections. The first touches briefly
on what color is and how we see color, the early
history of color exploration and color theories
advancing from Newton and Goethe to the
present. The second part covers "color in use,"
with special emphasis on the many processes of
graphic reproduction. Highlights in the
development of the color camera, color film and
recent innovative techniques in photograph
printing complete this section.
Ackland is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday
through Saturday and 2 to 6 p.m. Sundays. It is
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