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The Green Bay Packers, the National Football League champions, meet the elite of last season's college football players in the 30th annual edition of the gridiron classic. Curt Gowdy. Paul Christman and Johnny Lujack give the commentary and grid analysis from Chicago's soldier Field. 9 p.m. CDT. International Showtime, NBC. "Three Star." Acrobatic, magic, juggling and ice-skating acts are featured. Don Ameche hosts. Repeat. 6 :30 p.m. CDT. Route 66, CBS. "Fifty Miles From Home." A moody Army Ranger returns home from fighting in South Viet Nam as a reluctant hero. Repeat. 7:30 p.m. CDT. The 4Alfred Jittcfopock; Hour, CBS. "The" Long Silence*" Michael Rennie and Phyllis Thaxter star. A paralyzed woman fears •her husband intends to kill her. Repeat. 8:30 p.m. CDT. Eyewitness, CBS. A report on South Korea 10 years after the truce ending the Korean War. 9:30 p.m. CDT. Tonight, NBC. President Ken- the same murder. Repeat. 6:30 p.m. CDT. The Gallant Men, ABC. "The Warriors." A newspaper correspondent helps an indecisive captain lead his men under attack. Repeat. 6:30 p.m. CDT. The • Defenders, CBS. "Along Came a Spider." A 9-year-old girl accuses her grandfather of murdering her father. The Prestbns are convinced the girl is lying. Repeat. 7:30 p.m. CDT. Saturday Night at the Movies, NBC. "Kangaroo." Peter Lawford, Richard Boone and Maureen O'Hara star in drama of life and violence on the Australian frontier. Color. Repeat. 8 p.m. CDT. Gunsmoke, CBS. A respected Dodge City citizen hides a wounded outlaw and receives bitter payment for his kindness. Repeat, 9 p.m. CDT. Fight of the Week, ABC. Welterweight Joe Stable meets Stanley (Kitten) Hay ward in a bout at Madison Square Garden. 9 p.m. CDT. SUNDAY Camera Three, CBS. "To the Music of a Different Drummer." The first of a two-part series on the life, philosophy and writings of Henry David Thoreau. Part one dramatizes the famed 19th century author's life and some of 10 Friday, Aug. 2 Thursday, Aug. 8 nedy's brother, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.), visits with j his philosophy and writings co-hosts Skitch Henderson and Ed | a.m. CDT. McMahon. (color). 10:15 p.m. CDT. SATURDAY Hootenanny ABC. The Lime- lighters top the list of folk singers appearing at George Washington University in Washington, D. C. The Clancy Brothers, Tommy Makem, Bob Gibson and Lynn Gold are also featured. Jack Linkletter is the host. Repeat. 7:30 p.m. CDT. Wide World of Sports, ABC. The finals of the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo at Cheyenne, Wyo. The nation's best rodeo stars compete in one of the year's top rodeo events. 4 p.m. CDT. Sam Benedict, NBC. "Accom- Lamp Unto My Feet, CBS. "A Woman's Place." A panel of fiw prominent women discuss the changing role of women in a changing world. 9 a.m. CDT. Issues and Answers. ABC. Edward R. Murrow, the director of the United States Information Agency, answers reporters questions. 1:30 p.m. CDT. The Ed Sullivan Show, CBS. Kate Smith, Jackie Mason Italian Mouse WHRF-Channfil 4 5:00 San Francisco Beat: "Willard Peabody Case. 5:30 Local News 5:45 Walter Cronklte News. 6:00 Sturnp the Stars. 6:30 Rawhide 7:30 Route 66: 8:30 Alfred Hitcbcock Present* 9:30 Eyewitness. 10:00 Jim Koch New*. 10:10 Weather Show 10:15 Sports Final 10:30 Meet McGraw "The White Rose." 11:00 Vheatrc 4: "Ten Tall Men. WOC-Channel 6 5:25 Sports Reel 5:30 News. 5*40 Weather 5:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report. 6:00 Huckleberry Hound 6:30 International Showtime •7:30 Sing Along With Mitch •8:30 The Price Is Right •9:00 The Jack Paar Show. 10:00 Charles Leonard News 10:10 Bob Brown Weather. 10:15 Ed Zack Sports Reel. •10:30 Tonight. PtOO "Sign Off Headline* WQAD-Channel 8 5:00 Maverick. 6:00 Weather. 6:05 News—Local. 6:15 r s—National. 6:30 Cheyenne. 7:30 Flintstones Color. 8:00 I'm Dickens—He's Fenster. 8:30 77 Sunset Strip. 9:00 College All Star Game. 12:00 Weather. 12:05 New*-Local. 12:15 News—National. 12:25 Sports. WTVH-Channel 19 5:00 Sea Hunt 5:30 Newsbeat 5:45 Ron Cochran News. 6:00 Mr Toyman 6:30 Checkmate: "State of Shock." 7:30 I'm Dickens, He's Fenster: "King Archibald the First.' 8:00 77 Sunset Strip: "The Tarnished Idol." 9:00 All Star Football Game. 12:00 Hollywood's Finest: "A Woman of Distinction." 1:45 Hollywood's Finest: "Condemned Women " 3:00 Evening Inspirational. WMRD-Channel 31 8:00 WMBD News. 6:10 Weather Window. 6:15 CBS News 6:30 Rawhide 7:30 Route 66. 8:30 Alfred Hitchcock 9:30 Eyewitness 10:00 WMBD News. 10:lf Weatherscope 10:20 Starr on Sports 10:30 The Late Show: "Dear Ruth." 12:15 At Day's End match in a fight with a man ac- the j cused of murder. Color. Repeat, and the Antonio 8 p.m. CDT. Du Pont Show of the Week, NBC. "Emergency Ward." Shows a young intern's actual experi- Ballet Espanol are featured. 7 p.m. CDT. Sunday Night at the Movies, ABC. "The Night Fighters." Irish j ences in the emergency ward at resistance fighters try to drive j New York's huge Bellevue Hospi- the British from Ireland's six tal. Repeat. 9 p.m. CDT. northern counties. Robert Mitch-1 Close-Up, ABC. "The Troubled plice." Guest star Eddie Albert urn and Dan O'Herlihy star. Re Land." A study of poverty-ridden plays an attorney who clashes, peat. 7:30 p.m. CDT. northeastern Brazil, a prime tar- with Sam Benedict when each 1 Bonanza, NBC. "Half-a-Rogue." get for Communist domination, represents a man charged withBig Hoss Cartwright meets his Repeat. 9:30 p.m. CDT. WEtK-4 hannel 43 WHttF-Ctmnnel 4 5:30 Yogi Bear. 6:00 Local News 6:10 Weather 6:15 Huntley Brlnkley 6:30 International Showtime: "Three Star Special Circus, Magic and Ice." •7:30 Sing Along Witn Mitch 8:30 Shannon: "Iron Clad Alibi." •9:00 The Jack Paar Show. 10:00 Harrison and the News. 10:15 Weather 10:20 Hank Fisher on Sports. •10:30 Tonight Show 12:00 Evening Meditation •—Denotes Colorcast TV Notes NEW YORK (UPI) — Perry Como will have a new producer — but an old video hand — for the seven specials he will provide for NBC next season. The man is Mario Lewis, partner and producer for the first 12 years of Ed Sullivan's CBS show. Como's first show will be Oct. 3. * * * Maybe producer Robert Saudek and NBC know something. They have specified that the series Saudek proposes to film for the network, based on material in "Profiles in Courage," a book written by President Kennedy in 1955 when he was a senator, will not be presented on the air until after the elections of 1964. * * * Another prospect for 1964-65 — they really work ahead in this business — is a one-hour filmed weekly dramatic series to be created by William Inge, Pulitzer Prize playwright. The tentative title is "All Over Town," with a cast of continuing characters representing life in a small midwest- ern community. * * * Since the new "Harry's Girls" series is being filmed abroad, mostly in France, for a fall debut on NBC, what do they do about the laugh track — use foreign laughter? Not at all. The sequences are run off for laugh- recording purposes to audiences consisting of Americans recruited through consular, Navy and other agencies in the Nice area which have Yankees at their beck and call. —Jack Gaver Carol Burnett will record an album of Jules Styne songs for Decca records. Styne composed the songs for Carol's now postponed Broadway musical A Girl To Remember. 7:55 We Begin This Day. 8:00 Captain Kangaroo. 9:00 Calendar. 9:30 Beauty Break. 10:00 The McCoys. 10:30 Pete and Gladys. 11:00 Love of Life. 11:25 CBS News. 11:30 Search for Tomorrow. 11:45 The Guiding Light. 12:00 Best of Groucho. 12:30 As the World Turns. 1:00 Password. 1:30 Houscparty. 2:00 To Tell the Truth. 2:20 CBS News. 2:30 Edge of Night. 3*0 Secret Storm. 3:30 Millionaire. 4:00 Four Fun Factory. 5UX) oan branciscf Bear' "Pawn Ticket Case." a:30 Local News 5:45 Walter Cronklte News. 6:00 Best of the Post. t>:3u Fair Exchange 7:00 Perry Mason. 8:00 Twilight Zone 9:00 The Nurses 10:00 Jim Koch News. 10:10 Weather Show 10:15 Sports Final 10:30 Tightrope: "Park Avenue Story." 11:00 Theatre 4: "Arise My Love." WOC-Channel 6 6:50 Sign On. 6:55 The Daily Word 7:00 Today. 7:25 Local News. 7:30 Today. 8:25 Local News. 9.00 Say When. 9:25 NBC News. 9:30 Especially for You. •10:00 Price Is Right. 10:30 Concentration. 10:30 Concentration. 11:30 Truth or Consequences. 11:55 NBC News. 12:00 News and Market Reports. 12:10 Weather. 12:15 Cartoon Time. 12:40 Movie Matinee: "Cynthia. 2:00 Loretta Young. •2:30 You Don't Say. 3:00 The Match Game. 3:25 NBC Afternoon Report. 3:30 Make Room for Daddy. 4:00 Capt'n Vern's Cartoon Showboat 5:25 Sports Reel, 5:30 News. 5:40 Weather. 5:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report. 6:00 Cartoon Time. 6:30 Wide Country. 7:30 Dr Kildare 8:30 The Lively Ones. 9:00 The World of Darryl F. Zanuck. 10:00 Charles Leonara News. 10:10 Weather 10 15 S.ci Zack Sports Reel. 10:20 "ornment—Btll Gress •10:30 Tonight, rno Siim Off Headline* WQAD-Channel 8 10:30 Seven Keys. 11:00 Ernie Ford. 11:30 Father Knows Best. 12:00 General Hospital. 12:30 Farm-Home Show. 1:00 Day in Court. 1:25 Midday Report. 1:30 Jane Wyman. 2:00 Queen for a Day 2:30 Who Do You Trust. 3:00 American Bandstand. 3:30 Discovery. 3:55 American Newsstand. 4:00 Jungle Jay. 5:00 Maverick. 6:00 Weather. 6:05 Local News. 6.15 News—National. 6:30 Ozzie and Harriet. 7:00 Donna Reed. 7:30 Leave It to Beaver. 8:00 My Three Sons. 8:30 McHale's Navy. 9:00 Alcoa Premiere. 10:00 Weather. 10:05 Local News. 10:15 News—National. 10:25 Sports. 10:30 Steve Allen. WTVH-Channel 19 8:25 Morning Inspiration. 8:30 Columbia Lectures. 9:00 Deputy Dawg Cartoons. 9:30 Romper Room. 10:30 Seven Keys. 11:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford Show. 11:30 Father Knows Best. 12:00 General Hospital 12:30 Farm Market Reports. 1:00 Day in Court. 1:30 Jane Wyman Presents. 1:00 Queen for a Day. 2:30 Who Do You Trust? 3:00 American Bandstand. 3:30 Discovery. 3:55 American Newstand. 4:00 The Texan. "No Love Wasted." 4:30 The Lawman: "The Huntress." 5*0 Sea Hunt. 5:30 NewsDeat. 5:45 Ron Cochran News. 6:00 Mr Toyman 6:30 Ozzie and Harriet: ."The Women's Club Bazaar." 7:00 Donna Reed Show: "Three Is a Family." 7:30 Leave t to beavei "The Parking Attendants." 8:00 My Three Sons. "How to Impress a Woman." 8:30 McHale's Navy: "The Big Raffle." 9*0 Premiere Presented by Fred Astaire: ''The Broken Year." 10:00 News 60 10:01 M Squad: "One of Our .Armored Cars Is Missing." 10:30 Hollywood'* finest "The Fuller Brush Girl." 12:05 Evening Inspirational. WMRD-Channel 31 7:25 Sign On. 7:25 The Daily Word. 7:30 Tinker. Time. 7:55 Today's Weather. 8:00 Captain Kangaroo. 9:00 Calendar. 9:30 I Love Lucy. 10:00 The Real McCoys. 10:30 Pete and Gladys. 11:25 CBS News. 11:30 Search for Tomorrow. 11.45 The Guiding Light. 12:00 Midday News and Markets. 12:30 Midday Weather. 12:10 Farm Report. 12:20 Street Scene. 12:30 As the World Turns. 1:00 Password. 1:30 Houseparty. 2:00 To Tell the Truth. 2:25 CBS Ncwa. 2:30 The Edge of Night. 3:00 The Secret'Storm. 3:30 The Edge ot Night. 4:00 The Early Show "Frenchman's Creek." 6:00 WMbU Newb 6:10 Weather Window. 6:15 CBS News 6:30 Fair Exchange. 7.00 Perry Mason 8:00 Twilight Zone. 9:00 The Nurses 10:00 WMBD News. 10:15 Weatherscope. 10:20 Starr on Sports. 10:30 The Late Show: "And the Angels Sing." 12:15 At Day's Bna WmK-Channel 43 7:00 Today. 9:00 Say When. 9:25 NBC News Morning Report. •9:30 Play Your Hunch. • 10:00 Price Is Right. 10:30 Concentration. *11:00 Your First Impression. 11:30 Truth or Conseauences. 11:55 NBC News. 12:00 News at Noon. 12:10 Weather. 12:20 Milestone of the Century. 12:30 King and Odie. Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, III., Fri., Aug. 2, 1963 TV—7 Henry Fonda Stars in Politics (Continued from page 1) when he played the title role in "The Young Mr. Lincoln." But that was a story based on historical fact and Fonda hastens to point out that "this makes quite a difference." "When you got involved with a contemporary theme, particularly if it is as explosive as the one in 'Fail Safe,' you've got to be doubly careful," said Fonda in a recent interview. "Despite its realism and message, the movie, like the book, is pure fiction, and there certainly is no attempt on my part to portray President Kennedy. "Frankly, I don't think 'Fail Safe' is about today's world — meaning 1963 — but rather a glimpse into the near future, like perhaps the early 1970's. It trjes to present a terrifying picture of what could happen if the arms race and the cold war hysteria continue." Fonda's great scene comes in the final moments of the film when, having learned via the "hot line" that the United States has inadvertently attacked the Soviet Union, he gives the okay for a similar assault on New York to prevent the situation from exploding into a global inferno. (He has learned from the Soviet premier that an attack on New York is the only way the premier can appease belligerents in the Kremlin). Is there a self • consciousness in playing the president of the United States in such a dilemma? "No, not really," said Fonda. "From an acting standpoint, it does no good to try to imagine the immense burdens and responsibilities that go with the world's most difficult job. It does no good 1:00 People Will Talk. 1:28 NBC News. 1:30 The Doctors. 2:00 Loretta Young. *2:30 You Don't Say. 3:00 Match Game. 3:25 NBC News. 3:30 Make Room for Daddy. 4:00 Captain Jinks 5:30 Supcrcar: "Dragon of Ho Meng. 6:00 Local News 6:10 Weather 6:1F Huntley-Brinkley. 6:30 The Wide Country: "The Man Who Ran Away." 7:30 Dr. Kildare: "A Trip to Niagara." •6:30 The Lively Ones "Rhapsody in Blue." 9:00 World of Darryl Zanuck. 10X10 Harrison and the New*. 10:15 Weather 10:20 Gordon Joyner on Sport*. •10:30 Tonight Show 12 .-00 Evening Meditation. •—Deputes Colore*** simply because you can't imagine them unless you've experienced them. "It is always better to simplify a situation, rather than make it more complex, and what I have tried to do is to reduce it to a as general a problem as possible, simply to portray a man with enormous responsibilities facing a trying and horrifying situation. "This recent business of playing politicians is just a coincidence. I only took the role and those other two you mentioned because they were challenging to me as an actor. "That always has been my only criterion." Pickled Tongue-Twister ST. LOUIS (AP) - When the National Pickle Packers Association picked Dill L. Pickle of Hollandale, Miss., as its "Man of the Year," the St. Louis Post-Dispatch couldn't resist pointing out that Mr. Pickle was in a strong position to challenge the legendary Mr. Piper in th tongue-twisting department. A whimsical article offered the following as a new tongue-twisting test: "The National Pickle Packers picked a man of the year, a man of the year the National Pickle Packers picked. If the National Pickle Packers picked a man of the year, Dill L. Pickle is the man the pickle pack< ers picked." 'Seagull' Adapted NEW YORK (AP) - Eva U Gallienne is going on national tour from October through next June in a new production of Chekhov's "The Seagull." The veteran star has adapted the play and will also direct' it under the program of the National Repertory Theater. It will be played in tandem with Anouilh's "Ring Round the Moon." Going Steady HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Sultry Suzanne Pleshette and Troy Donahue are steady dates off-screen and have been since they costarred two years ago in "Rome Adventure." Now the pair will join forces qn screen again in "A Distant Trumpet."

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