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MAIL and to 1 in You Are There (Continued from Page 1) Wilson's hands. "Ordeal of a President" recalls the painful steps Wilson was forced to Implement as he took the nation out of peace and Into a war no American wanted. Also appearing on the episode as on-the-scene reporters ar* CBS News Correspondents D a n i e l Schorr, Hughes Rudd, Douglas Edwards, Morton Dean and David Culhane. "THE MYSTERY of Amelia Earhart," star-' ring Geraldlne Brooks as the famed avlatrix, recalls her final flight,, qne that began on July 2, 1937, and ended prematurely when she vanished over the Pacific Ocean. Miss Earhart . was at- tempting to fly around the world at its broadest band, the equator, and had covered some 22,000 miles before she, her navigator (played by Thomas Connelly) and their plane dlsapjwared without a trace. . The famous pilot's last journey was shrouded in a mystery unsolved to this day. The episode traces the final hours of Miss Earhart's flight and charts the events, some of which have never been fully explained, which led to the tragic end of her career. CBS News correspondents appearing on "The Mystery of Amelia Earhart" are Morley Safer, Richard C. Hottelet, David Ciilhane, Hal Walker and Allan Jackson. GERALDINE BROOKS stars as famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart, whose photograph is at right, in "The Mystery of Amelia Earhart," on "You Are There," 12:30 p.m., Saturday, Ch. 2.. Except for color, taping and other technicalities the new "You Are There" will be much the same as the well remembered series that brought history .vividly alive in the 1950s by recreating its milestones as though they were happening-thnt moment before the television cameras. It will have the same anchor man -- Cronkite. And use the same technique -- Cronkite will give the background of, say, "The Torment of Joan of Arc" and then call in CBS correspondents who have been covering her arrest, trial and burning at the stake. The correspondents will report directly to the viewers.