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MARCH 15-22, 1998
THE DETROIT
VOL. 3 NO. 18 75 CENTS
Sunday Iournal
CONTINUING THE STRUGGLE
FOR JUSTICE AND CONTRACTS
©TDSJ
INSIDE
SPORTS
Michigan State’s
Spartans have a long
history of freak losses
in NCAA Tournament
games. With Mateen
Cleaves (12) leading the
way, it didn’t happen
Thursday, writes Terry
Cabell. Page 30.
ENTERTAINMENT
OK. So we really
weren’t done with win
ter. All the more reason
to think about sitting
outside on a summer
night listening to good
music. Page 10.
INDEX
Between the Lines
Page 24
City & State
Page 3
Classifieds
Page 25
Crossword
Page 26
Entertainment
Page 10
Horoscope
Page 11
Editorials
Page 8
Susan Watson Page 3
Bound & determined
By Michael Betzold
Journal Staff Writer
M ichigan corrections offi
cials say they will allow an
advocacy group to enter
prisons to investigate
reports of mistreatment of mentally ill
prisoners.
For weeks, representatives of
Michigan Protection and Advocacy
Services were denied access to the
Cotton prison facility in Jackson when
they tried to make unannounced vis
its. MPAS officials say federal law
gives them the right to enter.
State Attorney General Frank
Kelley agreed, telling corrections offi
cials they must allow the group to
enter.
Last week MPAS and corrections
officials were negotiating an agree
ment on access.
The dispute highlights a growing
concern over the rising numbers of
mentally ill prisoners and whether
they are getting adequate treatment.
Advocacy group
seeks justice
for Michigan’s
mentally ill inmates
MPAS staffer Mark McWilliams
said the group has received 439 com
plaints about mistreatment of men
tally ill prisoners since October 1994.
Many are related to failure to provide
proper health care, he said.
More serious allegations of mis
treatment surfaced during recent tes
timony in the Michigan House
Appropriations Subcommittee on
Community Health. Its chairman,
Rep. Nick Ciaramitaro (R-Roseville),
informed prison officials of
“widespread” reports of mentally ill
prisoners being placed in solitary con
finement or in restraints, being
severely punished and not being given
proper medication.
McWilliams of MAPS said, “We’ve
gotten some reports about abuse and
punishment, including solitary con
finement, by staff or other inmates.”
Prison officials deny prisoners with
mental illnesses are being mistreated.
Neither prison officials nor MAPS offi
cials could say how many mentally ill
inmates are in the prison system.
“As far as allegations of widespread
incidents, our response is that we
don't have any idea what you're talk
ing about,” said Richard McKeon,
executive assistant to the director of
the Corrections Department, Kenneth
McGinnis.
McKeon cited a recent review by a
U.S. Department of Justice expert
which recommended that federal
court oversight of mental health treat-
See PRISONS, Page 6
A lick
for luck
Five-month-old
Goldie is full of
kisses for the folks
at the Michigan
Humane Society
minutes before she
is taken into the
operating room on
Spay Day, a pro
gram to curb over
population among
pets. Vet technology
students Leigh Ann
Jankowski, left, and
Chrissy Hemenway,
right, get instruc
tions from teaching
assistant Karen
Dean-Christie. See
Patricia Beck’s
photo story on
Page 7.


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MARCH 15, 1998
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Journal gets a Joady Award
The Detroit Sunday Journal has
received a Joady Award from the
Working Group of Oakland, Calif., and
the staff has been cited as an “inspira
tion to working men and women
everywhere.”
The award is named for Tom Joad, a
character in John Steinbeck’s novel
“The Grapes of Wrath.” Joad stood as
“a symbol for all of the many working-
class heroes out there.”
Other winners honored at the cele
bration March 6 in San Francisco
were:
Rick Tejada-Flores and Ray Telles,
producers of “The Fight in the Fields,”
the film story of farm workers orga
nizer Cesar Chavez; the California
Building and Construction Trades
Council, for a video and media cam
paign on such issues as workplace
safety and workers’ comp, and the
AFL-CIO’s public affairs department,
for its new grassroots, educational,
organizing and political initiatives.
The Working Group is the nation’s
primary producer and distributor of
award-winning videos and media about
work. Its signature series is “We Do the
Work,” televised nationally on PBS.
Other productions include “Not in Our
Town” PBS specials and the new
“Livelyhood,” a cross-country journey
and look at everyday working lives.
The Working Group created the
Joady Awards to recognize those who
“bring the voices and images of work
ing people to the American public —
for showing us so vividly what work
ing people are going through and how
much they contribute to our lives and
our culture — and for exposing the
truth.”
Previous winners include the late
labor-folk artist Ralph Fasanella, actor
Ed Asner, writer and talk show host
Jim Hightower and Philadelphia
Inquirer Pulitzer Prize-winners
Donald Bartlett and James Steele.
On Friday, Hightower will do a ben
efit for locked-out newspaper workers.
Details are on Page 9.
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community calendar
Arab-American exhibit
“A Community Between Two
Worlds: Arab-Americans in Greater
Detroit,” an exhibit on Arab
Americans and their life after set
tling in the Detroit area, will start
Saturday and run through
September at the Detroit Historical
Museum, 5401 Woodward. It is pro
duced by the Michigan State
University Museum and the Arab
Community Center for Economic &
Social Services (ACCESS), in col
laboration with ' the museum.
Call 313-833-1805.
Labor women honored
The Metro Detroit chapter of the
Coalition of Labor Union Women
will honor eight outstanding
women at its annual Olga M.
Madar Awards Banquet on March
22. Gloria T. Johnson, national
CLUW president, will speak;
Detroit City Council member
Maryann Mahaffey will emcee the
event that begins with cocktails at
4 p.m. at Detroit’s Hotel St. Regis,
3071 W. Grand Boulevard at Cass.
Call 313-965-9450 for ticket infor
mation.
Racism conference
Northminster Presbyterian
Church in Troy and Trinity
Community Presbyterian Church
in Detroit will hold three joint con
ferences on racism and interracial
challenges. Potluck supper pre
cedes each session. The first and
third sessions will be at 5 p.m.
today and 5 p.m. April 5 at Trinity
Community Presbyterian, 4849 W.
Outer Drive, Detroit. The second
will be at 5 p.m. March 29 at
Northminster Presbyterian, 3633 W.
Big Beaver, Troy. Call 248-644-5920.
Focus on youth
The Neighborhood Resource
Center Project presents a free
workshop, “Justice & Youth in Our
Neighborhoods: A Contradiction?,”
from 6:15 to 8:45 p.m. Wednesday
at the Detroit Main Library’s
Explorers Room, 5201 Woodward.
The workshop will focus on educat
ing youth about the juvenile justice
system and developing positive
youth programs and activities.
Advance registration is required.
Call 313-438-1823.
Construction workshop
The Detroit Public Library’s
Lincoln Branch, 1221 E. Seven
Mile, will repeat its popular
career workshop on apprentice
ships and opportunities in con
struction from 3:30 to 5:30 March
25. Early registration is required;
call 313-852-4284.
National Library Week
Birmingham’s Baldwin Public
Library, 300 W. Merrill, will mark
National Library Week with a book
mark contest for students in grades
K-8. Participants must draw a pic
ture of the library. For more infor
mation, call 248-647-1700.


PAGE 3
City Council OKs summit on lockout
Journal Photo by PATRICIA BECK
Members of a delegation of religious, labor and community leaders petitioned the Detroit City Council Thursday for help
in ending the Detroit newspaper labor dispute. Seated across from Councilman Clyde Cleveland are, left to right, Lou
Mleczko of the Newspaper Guild, the Rev. Ed Rowe of Central United Methodist Church, Bishop Stewart Wood of the
Episcopal Diocese of Michigan, and the Rev. J.J. Perry, president of the Baptist Ministers Conference.
By Alan Forsyth
Journal Staff Writer
T he Religious Leaders for Justice at the
Detroit Newspapers, together with civic,
political and union leaders, asked the Detroit
City Council Thursday to initiate a coalition
of Detroit-area leaders to help settle the 32-month-
old labor dispute with the Detroit News and Free
Press.
The group made its case before council members
and an overflow crowd of spectators.
After hearing the appeal, Councilman Nicholas
Hood III said: “What the council members unani
mously agreed on today was a suggestion that the
council might call together a summit of other gov
ernmental bodies in southeast Michigan as well as
the striking workers and the management of the
newspapers to see if we could push proactively for a
resolution to the strike.”
He added: “I think the process will begin very soon
in terms of organizing the summit. When it will take
place, I don’t know.”
“If we can get the coalition going with other com
munities,” said Councilman Clyde Cleveland, “hope
fully we can put pressure on the two papers to end
the lockout.”
Addressing the council were Gloria Cobbin, secre
tary-treasurer of the Metropolitan Detroit AFL-CIO;
Methodist Bishop Jesse DeWitt, national chair of the
National Committee for Worker Justice; Imam
Abdullah El-Amin of the Muslim Center of Detroit;
Catholic Auxiliary Bishop Thomas J. Gumbleton; Lou
Mleczko, president of Newspaper Guild Local 22; the
Rev. J. J. Perry, pastor of Exodus Missionary Baptist
Church and president of the Baptist Ministers
Conference; the Rev. Ed Rowe, pastor of Central
United Methodist Church in Detroit; and Episcopal
Bishop R. Stewart Wood.
A number of people were turned away from the
meeting because of overcrowding.
The Religious Leaders for Justice will address the
Oakland County Commission at 9:30 a.m. Thursday
in the Commissioners Auditorium at 1200 N.
Telegraph, Pontiac.
The strike, which began in July 1995, is now a lock
out. As many as 1,500 strikers are not back on their
jobs.
Live your precious memories, don’t just store them
C onversation overheard on an
elevator during the recently
departed warm spell.
First female, with a big smile on her
face: Isn’t it a beautiful day out? The
weather’s been wonderful.
Second female, with her lips pulled
down into a frown: Yeah, but I’m
afraid it’s going to end soon.
First woman: It probably will, but
why not enjoy it while it’s here.
My Grandma Bea used to have a
dark wooden chest she kept in the
back bedroom of the house in Ecorse
where she raised my dad and his sis
ters and brothers.
That chest was older than my mem
ory. In it she dutifully saved every gift
her children and grandchildren pre
sented to her. Dresses. Sweaters.
Scarves. Tea cups. Perfume. Jewelry.
Everything we gave her disappeared
into that chest.
We grandchildren only got a glimpse
inside when Grandma Bea opened it
to carefully put away another gift. The
Susan
Watson
contents sparked our imagination. We
were sure that beneath the lace doilies
and faded tissue paper were stacks of
gold and silver, a bounty of ines
timable worth. Enough, surely, to pay
our way to the Saturday movies at the
Lancaster Show on West Jefferson
with money left over for all the pop
corn and candy we could eat.
When Grandma Bea died, her adult
children sorted out her belongings. I
never learned exactly what was in
that chest. Neither did my sister. All
we knew for certain was that it safe
guarded “the good stuff.”
I have a cabinet near my kitchen
where I keep two sets of china I
bought at estate sales. One set is
made of fine porcelain and ringed with
a delicate gold band. The other, a bit
sturdier than the first, was made in
Staffordshire, England. The hand-
engraved floral pattern has “detergent
and acid resisting colour,” or so says
the wording on the underside of the
dishes.
I bought the dishes years ago
because I liked them. They were —
heck, they still are — beautiful, nice
enough to use when Maya Angelou
and Hillary Clinton come over for tea.
When I got divorced, I kept them,
again because I like them.
And over the years they have kept
their charm.
But I have never used the white
porcelain dishes. I have used the
flowered ones twice, for special din
ners. I’ve spent more time packing
them than eating off them.
Despite the fact that I know better,
despite the fact that for years I giggled
behind my hands at Grandma Bea’s
behavior, I’m walking the same path
she walked.
She was further along the way, but
given the difference in time and cir
cumstance, we’re not that far apart.
Her reality was shaped by the direct
shadows of slavery, the Great
Depression and an unbridled racism
that ran wild over the South and
forced her and her husband to flee to
Michigan. Although nuanced by her
memories, my reality was shaped by
opportunities she only dreamed of. A
college education. A good job.
Mad money. The ability to live pret
ty much where I please.
Our treasures are different only in
degree. Our definitions of “good” are
different, but we both locked the good
stuff away so it wouldn’t get worn out
or broken.
I’m willing to bet that Grandma Bea
opened that chest when the grandkids
weren’t around and gently fingered it
contents, pulling memories from each
item. And that’s fine. Those items com
forted her and gave her pleasure.
As for me, I think I’m going to start
drinking my tea out of those flowered
cups every now and then.
I think Maya and Hillary will
understand.


PAGE 4
THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
MARCH 15, 1998
the ULP strike notebook
Papers’ circulation going down again
Praying for a contract
Dan Dean, a photographer with the Observer & Eccentric Newspapers, adds his per
sonal plea for heavenly intercession during a rally by O&E employees in downtown
Birmingham Tuesday. They are trying to convince O&E owner Phil Power to bargain a
contract with them. Members of the Newspaper Guild and Graphic Communications
International Union have been without a contract since last June 30. Earlier in the
week, reporters and photographers withheld their bylines from all editions. O&E pub
lishes 22 community papers in western Wayne and Oakland counties.
By Alan Forsyth
Journal Staff Writer
I f anyone expected the News and
the Free Press circulation to
steadily return to prestrike levels
as time passed, it isn’t happening.
In fact, the paper that Free Press
Publisher Heath Meriwether pro
claimed as “North America’s fastest
growing newspaper” is shrinking
again.
Meriwether’s Free Press reported
selling an average 384,624 copies a
day between March 31 and Sept. 30 of
1997. That was a gain of 18,444 over
the same period in 1996.
But according to a staff memo this
month from Dave Robinson, Free
Press deputy managing editor, circu
lation figures for January 1998 were
“disappointing.” The memo read:
■ The daily Free Press fell to 371,346.
■ The daily News fell to 243,207, from
an anemic 247,288 a year earlier.
■ The combined Sunday paper sold
814,157 copies, down from an average
829,178 in the six months ended last
Sept. 30.
“January numbers are disappoint
ing for both the Free Press and
News,” Robinson wrote. “Although the
Free Press was up 2,929 in NIE and
7,427 in single copy, home delivery
was down 11,560, causing the overall
year-to-year decline of 1,204. Detroit
News also was up in NIE and single
copy, but down 15,754 in home deliv
ery.”
NIE stands for Newspapers in
Education, or sales to schools. Single
copy refers to sales from stores and
street racks.
According to Robinson, Rob Althaus,
Detroit Newspapers’ senior vice presi
dent for circulation, “expects annual
circulation growth of about 2.5 per
cent.”
The upshot?
According to the Free Press figures,
30 months after the start of the news
paper strike in July 1995, Free Press
daily circulation is down 31 percent
from its last audited prestrike figure,
537,353 in March 1995.
The News’ daily sales were down 31
percent from its prestrike 351,366.
And Sunday circulation was down
27 percent from the prestrike
1,113,773.
Future News and Free Press circu
lation figures won’t get a boost from
the price increase for home-delivered
papers that Detroit Newspapers put
into effect Feb. 16.
It was the first increase since 1990,
said the papers. Increases typically
bring about substantial drops in circu
lation.
In view of the new internal num
bers, it’s ironic that the News and the*
Free Press both ran stories in mid-
February claiming their readership
had risen while readership of the
Oakland Press and the Macomb Daily
had fallen.
The assertions were based on the
Media Audit survey conducted by
International Demographics, head
quartered in Houston.
The Oakland and Macomb papers
responded with articles describing
studies by a different market research
firm that showed their readership ris
ing.
Readership is not the same as paid
circulation. Readership is the number
of people who say they have read the
publication.
Apparently the Free Press did not
publish its latest circulation figures in
the newspaper.
Pension agreement
Teamsters Local 372 last Sunday
ratified an agreement with Detroit
Newspapers management on how to
deal with overfunding of a jointly
administered pension fund.
“There was a pension enhancement
for everybody as long as they were
vested in the plan,” said A1 Derey, sec-
retary-treasurer of Local 372, the
largest of the six locals involved in the
labor dispute with the Detroit
Newspapers combine. “The inside cir
culation group who was stuck at
$187.50 a month went up to $850 a
month. The outside circulation
department had their benefit raised
up from $1,200 to $1,350 a month.”
Derey said the agreement gives an
early retirement option to about 110
members with 25 to 29 years seniority
— about 10 percent of Local 372’s
membership. Derey said he expects 50
to 75 members to choose to retire.
Detroit Newspapers has not
engaged in contract bargaining with
Local 372 for at least a year. In March
1997, shortly after the six unions
made unconditional offers to return to
work, the DN declared a bargaining
impasse and imposed contract condi
tions.
Here we go again
Detroit News Publisher Mark
Silverman called together editorial
staff members Tuesday to announce
that the News will give 2-percent
across-the-board pay raises.
He said additional merit increases
will go to workers whose individual
performance evaluations show merit.
But the raises are contingent on get
ting agreement from Newspaper
Guild Local 22, which represents
News employees, Silverman reported
ly said.
Newspaper Guild President Lou
Mleczko said he found it “strange that
this is how Mr. Silverman wants to
pursue bargaining, standing on a
soapbox in the newsroom and
announcing raises. As of yet, the Guild
still has not heard anything from him.
He’s trying to bargain through the
employees, and that’s a violation of
labor law.”
The Guild filed an unfair labor prac
tice charge with the National
Relations Board on Thursday.
The strike started when the News
imposed a merit pay plan on Guild
members in July 1995.
Alan Forsyth is a locked-out Detroit
News copy editor.
Saturn workers vote to stay
with their special contract
Saturn workers won’t be joining
their UAW counterparts at General
Motors Corp. under a single nation
al contract any time soon.
By a vote of 4,052-2,120, Saturn
workers in Spring Hill, Tenn.,
turned down a proposal that would
have folded them into the contract
covering GM’s 220,000 other UAW
members. The Saturn workers have
been operating under a special con
tract.
“Obviously we’re pleased that the
membership continued its support
for this innovative system,” said
UAW Local 1853 President Joe
Rypkowski. “There are some issues
that need to be worked on, including
how we fit into GM.”
Some at the 7,300-member local
have been growing concerned lately
about GM’s lack of development
money for new sedan, coupe and
wagon models and the failure to pro
vide a sport-utility vehicle or pickup
truck for the subsidiary.
“We are pushing real hard (for a
truck product),” Rypkowski said.
“We think we ought to be in that
market.”
Saturn workers have special
incentives, including decision-mak
ing power, provisions barring layoffs
except in unusual circumstances,
greater worker autonomy and a
financial reward program. But some
workers fear GM might begin down
sizing or look to close the plant out
right because of depressed sales.
They requested the advisory vote.
—Martha Hindes


MARCH 15, 1998
THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
PAGE 5
Confrontation is also
a form of prayer
By Kate DeSmet
Special to the Journal
A t a recent interfaith prayer ser
vice for peace in Iraq, I recog
nized a scab photographer. She
was shooting photos of ministers, men
and women who have been longtime,
supporters of locked-out newspaper
workers.
In a driving rain, I made a snap
decision. Instead of trying to pray
away angry feelings welling up
inside, I bit my lower lip, walked over
to the photographer and asked direct
ly, “Are you a scab?”
“I work for the Free Press if that’s
what you mean,” she said. “You are a
scab,” I replied, “and you crossed our
picket line and you have no business
being here because this is a service
for social justice.” I tried saying all
this quietly because we were standing
next to nuns who have been longtime
peace activists. I wanted to offend the
scab, not the nuns.
We continued to exchange increas
ingly hostile remarks. Soon a nun
leaned in and told us to stop the con
frontation. “This is a service for
peace,” she said, clearly distressed.
But I continued to follow and con
front the scab at that service. As she
grew more upset, people would turn
and tell us to be quiet.
And I found myself, in the midst of
all that, unable to pray. I tried to quiet
myself, focus on the issue of peace.
But I also wanted a moment to say to
everybody who’d shushed me that a
war on people in Iraq who have no say
in such things as the locations of
weapons sites is not divorced from a
corporate war on workers who have
little say in the way things run in
America.
I left feeling hollow. Prayer has
always been important to me. I assign
it healing power. All my years cover
ing religion as a reporter made me
respect the subject even more. But I
couldn’t link up with it that day, sur
rounded by all those faithful people.
Instead I became that confrontational
striker who could not rest until she’d
said what was on her mind to a line-
crosser from her own union.
Since then I’ve thought a lot about
that service. I felt, in some ways, like
an outsider because I sensed that
many who bowed their heads in
prayer were unable that day to see
beyond one war looming on the hori
zon, while I was struggling to see two
wars, including the one I’ve been
immersed in for 2-172 years.
There was something else. All
through the strike I’ve been chal
lenged to see religion and its practice
commentary
in a changed way.
Prayer isn’t necessarily about com
fort, I’ve learned. It brought no comfort
to me that rainy noon outside the
McNamara building.
But I brought something to prayer
that day — a courage to confront some
thing gone wrong. I don’t find it easy to
walk up to near-strangers and say
such things about how they’ve
betrayed colleagues and friends, and
how they violate moral codes they
don’t care about or agree with. But this
strike has taught many of us the value
of speaking “truth to power.”
The idea that prayer can be con
frontational reminded me of some
thing that happened when I volun
teered as a hospital chaplain during
my sabbatical year in California. A
doctor in his 20s had been diagnosed
with cystic fibrosis. He was expected to
die within a short time. He was in
shock. For years he’d been a marathon
runner, a vegetarian, a healthy guy.
As I stood near his bed he poured out
a lot of hurt and blame. He was
uncomfortable with religion because
he was so angry and that didn’t square
with “Jesus, who was all about peace.”
I asked if he remembered the gospel
story about Jesus getting so furious
with people who were desecrating the
holy temple by selling stuff there that
he literally threw a fit and tossed over
their tables. Jesus knew anger, and he
could express it at times in ways we’d
even call hot-headed.
Maybe it is not the standard defini
tion of prayer to yell at the disease or
at those who tell you are going to die,
or to look directly into someone’s eyes
and say “you’ve betrayed us by cross
ing our picket line.”
But the gospels, as I read them now
with new eyes, blow apart most stan
dard definitions. And for what it was
worth, the doctor who lay dying said
he liked the idea that Jesus got mad,
too. “I need to think about that,” he
said. And for the first time since I’d
entered his hospital room he was smil
ing.
A priest who once got arrested on
behalf of striking Staley workers in
Illinois said in an interview that if
Jesus were alive nowadays he’d be
walking the picket lines. I don’t know
if he would also disturb the peace at a
prayer vigil hosted by such wonderful
people, but I did. It was the only prayer
I could come up with that day.
Kate DeSmet is the locked-out reli
gion writer from the Detroit News.
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THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
MARCH 15, 1998
The GCIU supports the
Detroit Sunday Journal
and urges the owners of the
Detroit News, Detroit Free Press,
and Detroit Newspapers
to end the lockout of members of
GCIU Local 13N, GCIU Local 289M, TNG Local 22,
IBT Local 372, IBT Local 2040, and CWA Local 18.
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James J. Norton
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On Senate Bill 72
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your Representative urging them to VOTE NO on S.B. 72.
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Rep. Mark Schauer, Chair (517) 373-0555
Rep. Kwame Kilpatrick (517) 373-0844
Rep. Martha Scott, Vice Chair (517) 373-0144
Rep. Jessie Dalman, Minority Vice Chair (517) 373-0830
Rep. James McNutt (517) 373-1791
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Rep. Penny Crissman (517) 373-1773
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Advocacy group gets access
to mentally ill prisoners
PRISONS, From Page 1
ment in Michigan prisons be ended. A
federal court has monitored treatment
of mentally ill prisoners in Michigan
since the early 1980s as a result of a
lawsuit filed over general prison condi
tions.
“If, in fact, there was widespread
abuse of prisoners it would be hard to
believe the Justice Department would
not be aware of it,” McKeon said.
But Ciaramitaro and MPAS officials
say prison officials’ refusals to allow
inspections are suspicious. Corrections
officials cited security reasons in pre
venting MPAS from entering Cotton on
Feb. 19, March 5 and March 6.
Under federal law, MPAS is autho
rized to monitor treatment of the men
tally ill. It makes unannounced visits
to state mental health facilities and
juvenile detention centers and has
maintained individual contacts with
hundreds of adult prisoners. This is the
first time it has tried to make surprise
inspections of state prisons.
McKeon said the Department of
Corrections is willing to allow MPAS
“reasonable access to the degree possi
ble during normal business hours.”
Ciaramitaro, in a letter to McGinnis,
demanded 24-hour access.
Corrections officials originally said
that allowing MPAS unannounced
access would jeopardize security. They
cited department policy which
required a two-week waiting period
between a request for a visit and
approval. But MPAS officials said any
kind of a wait would give prison per
sonnel time to cover up any problems
that might be occurring.
“Part of the purpose of being an inde
pendent outside organization is so you
can go to a facility at any time and say
we want to see patients,” said Mark
Cody, an attorney with MPAS.
MPAS officials cite a 1986 federal
law on protection for people with men
tal illnesses. Under that law, “Prisons
and jails are places where we’re sup
posed to be out looking for problems,”
Bauer said.
In Michigan, as in other states, the
mentally ill prison population includes
some violent, dangerous criminals, but
also large numbers of people who have
been denied psychiatric care due to
cuts in services. With no place to go to
get the care they need, the deinstitu
tionalized often get detained for minor
crimes that result from their illnesses.
“There’s a general upsurge of con
cern around the country about this
issue,” Bauer said. “Psychiatric hospi
tals are closing everywhere, and many
more people with psychiatric problems
are being incarcerated.”
The issue of treatment of mentally ill
prisoners has become a top priority of
the National Alliance for the Mentally
111, an advocacy group composed pri
marily of families of the mentally ill.
“Prisons have become the nation’s
new mental hospitals,” reporter Fox
Butterfield wrote in a March 5 article
in the New York Times. Four times as
many prisoners have severe mental ill
ness, including schizophrenia, manic
depression and major depression, as
the general population.
“The criminalization of the mentally
ill” began with the closing of large
state mental hospitals in the 1960s.
Community treatment programs grew
to replace those services, but not in suf
ficient numbers, and they were not
always adequately funded.
Gov. John Engler’s administration
got publicity for the closing of
Lafayette Clinic in Detroit, but that
was only the most visible example of
deep cuts in services for the mentally
ill. Many people who were formally
institutionalized have been picked up
on the streets and incarcerated. A
spokesperson for Michigan corrections
officers told Gongwers News Service
that inmates with acute mental illness
are housed only at the state’s two psy
chiatric hospitals for the criminally
insane: Huron Valley Center in Pontiac
and the Center for Forensic Psychology
near Ann Arbor. Inmates who return
from those two facilities are considered
stable and are treated like other pris
oners, said Fred Parks, executive direc
tor of the Michigan Correctional
Officers organization. Such prisoners
will be put in restraints or solitary if
they violate prison rules, Parks said.
But treating prisoners with a history
of mental illness just like other prison
ers is a violation of the Mental Health
Code, say advocates for the mentally
ill. “They have rights to be free from
undue restraints and seclusion, to
treatment, and the treatment they
want,” said Cody.
McKeon said he was not sure
whether Parks correctly stated the
Corrections Department policy on
detention of prisoners with a history of
mental illness. “It is my understanding
that there has to be a sign-off by med
ical staff prior to us being able to place
any prisoner in segregation,” he said.
Bauer said MPAS is not looking to
stir up trouble, but simply to make
prisoners with mental illness aware of
the services the group offers.“People
with mental illness don’t always know
they have rights to treatment,” Bauer
said. “We want to be sure that if they
have need of treatment, they get it.”
Department of Corrections
spokesman Matt Davis questioned the
validity of prisoners’ complaints.
“There are 43,000 inmates in the
system and every single one is inno
cent,” Davis told Gongwers sarcastical
ly. “If they’re going to tell you they
didn’t kill or rape, what makes you
think they’re not going to tell you
they’re being abused?”


PAGE 7
I Dr. Karen
Hrapkiewicz,
right, direc
tor of the
Wayne
County
Community
College vet
erinary
technology
program,
performs
surgery
with assis
tance from
student Kim
Trousdale of
Jackson.
This little pooch gets a warm hug as students prep the animal for
surgery.
Student technician Suzan Dede of Canton carries Goldie to the recovery room after the five-month-old mixed Shepherd was spayed.
Qpayday
Wr
Eleven dogs and five cats were neutered or
spayed one day last month at the Michigan
Humane Society as part of the third annual Spay
Day USA pet population-control program.
Students from Wayne County Community
College’s Veterinary Technology Program assist
ed in the procedures. Each year millions of
healthy animals are euthanized because there
are no homes for them. The animals in the pho
tos, including the cozy litter mates snuggling
below, will be put up for adoption.
Journal photo story
by Patricia Beck
Keeping Goldie company after surgeiy is
Suzan Dede.


PAGE 8
MARCH 15, 1998
Riverfront casinos:
Bad news for GM?
G iven the heated confusion and
controversy that surrounded
Mayor Dennis Archer’s earlier
plans to build two casinos
along Detroit’s riverfront, it seemed
that those plans would never advance
beyond the announcement itself.
Specifically, General Motors was viewed
as having the power to force the entire
idea to come to a screeching halt.
But now Archer has gone ahead
and forged a tentative agreement with
the casino owners to cluster all three
establishments on the riverfront.
Two weeks ago a Sunday Journal
editorial commented that the existence
of two casinos along the riverfront did
not necessarily have to be a bad thing.
Even with three, that remains true,
provided those who are building and
operating the casinos follow through on
their promises to make their institu
tions cooperative and supportive mem
bers of the Detroit community.
“Cooperative” and “supportive” mean
their existence should benefit not only
themselves and their ravenously hun
gry bank accounts but the surrounding
local businesses and the city’s economic
development as a whole.
Aside from Las Vegas, no casino city
in the country has succeeded in raising
an economically devastated community
up from the ashes — and Las Vegas
doesn’t really count since it was nothing
but a hot spot in the sand before the
gangster Bugsy Siegel showed up.
Casinos and their boosters are notori
ous for promising salvation and failing
to deliver.
Still, for optimists, there’s always a
first time. Mayor Dennis Archer, after
initially flip-flopping on the issue of
casinos, has made repeated assurances
that Detroit would come out on top in
any agreement he made with casino
operators.
Hopefully, he knows what he’s talk
ing about.
The complaint GM makes, which is
valid, is that their welcome decision to
relocate their headquarters into down
town Detroit’s Renaissance Center was
not made with any knowledge — some
might say advance warning — of two
casinos’ being built down the street.
As a result, the GM relocation plans
have been suspended until some
answers are provided on what the heck
is going on.
With Friday’s announcement of the
plans to locate a casino row on the
prized riverfront, there’s even more
explaining to do. In addition, the expla
nations have to come under a tight
deadline.
The mayor told the City Council
that they must act on the tentative
pact by April 10 in order to avoid
delays that could scuttle the ambitious
plan.
When Mayor Archer announced
plans for a new waterfront and casino
development project on Feb. 16, he
said it would include the construction
of two casinos within 57 acres bounded
by Rivard and Riopelle on the west,
Chene on the east, Jefferson on the
north and the Detroit River on the
south.
Now casino complexes would be
built on this site by the Detroit
Entertainment LLC, MGM Grand-
Detroit LLC and the Greektown group.
The not-so-secret word was that
GM execs were more than a little hot
under the collar about the announce
ment; casinos apparently aren’t their
idea of the ideal corporate neighbors.
Even in a city like Detroit, which
seems to be pinning a big piece of its
future on the roll of the dice, it is hard
to imagine that the gaming industry
has more weight than the automotive
industry.
Besides, the long-term potential
benefit to the city of having GM’s world
headquarters located downtown ver
sus the benefits of casino gambling
strip along the riverfront is a no-brain
er for anyone who chooses to use a
brain.
What Detroit needs to ensure a
stronger economic future is the closest
thing it can get to a solid anchor and
magnet.
GM may not be a sure thing, but
neither are those casinos.
10-second editorial
Since 1979, produc
tivity is up 21 percent
but workers’ real
wages are down 12
percent. What’s wrong
with this picture?
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opinion
Irish eyes are not smiling
By John O’Neill
Special to the Journal
S ome say Ireland is a place of
happy wars and sad songs.
But many an Irish song is
happy, as anyone who plans to go to
the pubs this Tuesday on St.
Patrick’s Day can verify. More ludi
crous is the notion that Ireland’s
wars are happy. Indeed, the sad
state of affairs in Northern Ireland
looms large this St. Patrick’s Day.
On March 3 in the Northern
Ireland town of Poyntzpass, two
men were shot to death by people
who appear to be members of the
Loyalist Volunteer Force. LVF is a
pro-British terrorist group whose
members are Protestant. While
Protestant terrorist groups have
been a longer plague in Northern
Ireland than the predominantly
Catholic Irish Republican Army
(IRA), the peace process initiated in
1994 brought attention to the phe
nomenon of pro-British terrorism.
The Poyntzpass incident is note
worthy because the victims, Philip
Allen, 34, and Damien Trainor, 25,
were good friends of different reli
gions. Allen was Protestant and
Trainor was Catholic. Allen report
edly had asked Trainor to be best
man at his wedding.
Prime Minister Tony Blair of
Great Britain has declared that the
two by virtue of their different reli
gions, symbolize the peace process.
We can only hope those words com
fort the victims’ families. What is
certainly no comfort is the state
ment by David Trimble of the pro-
British Ulster Unionist Party.
Trimble said he was “ashamed the
perpetrators were Protestant.” It’s
hard to believe either family would
take solace or feel worse had the
killings been the work of the IRA.
Northern Ireland will not have
peace unless Ireland becomes unit
ed. A united Ireland is inevitable
and leaders in both Northern
Ireland and Great Britain do a dis
service by denying this reality.
Rather than be ashamed the ter
rorists in Poyntzpass were
Protestant, Trimble might better
feel shamed that they were Irish.
But like others who would have
Ireland remain in part under
British rule, Trimble is ashamed
that he is Irish — so ashamed that
he has yet to accept this fact and is,
therefore, unable to be ashamed
that the killers of two young men
were Irish. And here lies the crux to
Northern Ireland’s saga.
Another saying is that on St.
Patrick’s Day, there are Irish and
those who wish they were Irish.
Those like Trimble show that say
ing is a false.
Just like the notion that
Ireland’s wars are happy.
John O'Neill is a member of
AFSCME Local 3309 and a free
lance writer.


MARCH 15, 1998
PAGE 9
moment. As one of Nike’s Kenyans
crossed the finish line dead last in the
cross-country skiing event, the cam
eras were there to see the first-place
finisher welcome him. Of course, the
Kenyan had the company “swooshti-
ka” prominently displayed on his cap,
his collar and his sweater — the per
fect media pawn in Nike’s cynical
game.
Once it was learned that the whole
thing was a corporate farce, a compa
ny official trotted out to say: “Nike has
always felt sports shouldn’t have
boundaries.” Or integrity, either,
apparently. Another official later said,
hey, “we are a business, and part of our
objective is to get attention.”
Locked-out workers’ benefit
Politicians pay too much attention
to the Dow Jones and not enough
attention to the Doug Joneses, says
radio talk show host Jim Hightower.
“What about the Doug Jones aver
age?” he asks. “How are Doug, Donna
and the kids doing? What’s the price
of Spam this month? Is anybody hir
ing but Temporaries ‘R’ Us?”
Hightower brings his pro-worker
and often hilarious message to a pro
gram at 7:30 Friday at the First
Unitarian Universalist Church,
4605 Cass Ave.
The forum, a benefit for locked-out
newspaper workers, is sponsored by
the Metro Times and the National
News Reporter, the monthly newspa
per published by the UBN radio net
work, which carries Hightower’s talk
show.
Tickets are $5 at the door.
A former Texas agricultural com
missioner, Hightower is the author of
a new book, “There’s Nothing in the
Middle of the Road but Yellow
Stripes and Dead Armadillos,” pub
lished by UBN. The book will be on
sale at the program Friday; copies at
$24.95 are also available by calling
800-888-9999.
Nike in the cold with hokey bid for PR gold
By Jim Hightower
T hat sneaky sneaker-maker,
Nike. Not content to flood the
airwaves with its ads during the
Winter Olympics and plaster its
“swooshtika” logo all over the
Olympians, Nike’s marketing depart
ment hoked up a couple of its own ath
letic “competitors” in a crude publicity
stunt that makes a mockery of the
Games.
The company tried to steal a page
from the 1988 Olympics, when some
fun-loving guys from the balmy isle of
Jamaica decided to defy the odds and
pursue their sports dream by entering
the bobsled competition. The anomaly
of Jamaican bobsledders captured the
public’s imagination, and their athlet
ic adventure even was made into a
popular movie.
To capitalize on the Jamaicans’ suc
cess, Nike decided to manufacture a
corporate version for this year’s
Olympics. Instead of Caribbean bob
sledders, the company created African
cross-country skiers, recruiting two
Kenyans to play the role. The compa
ny laid-out some $200,000 to bivouac
the two in Finland, hire a Finnish ski
ing coach for them, and train them in
the basics.
Sure enough, Nike got its Olympic
Jim Hightower is a man with a mission.
Union supporter criticizes NY Times coverage
I was disgusted to read the Feb. 8
New York Times Magazine story on
Jimmy Hoffa. Near the end of the
article by Jeffrey Goldberg, he men
tions the Detroit newspapers’ labor
problems: “Despite recent gains, most
unions are not growing, and are reeling
from globalization and anti-labor legis
lation. This became clear to me in
Detroit, the scene of a continuing
Teamster strike that might be more
typical than last summer’s UPS strike.
The unionized employees of Detroit’s
two newspapers have been striking for
31 months, and they have lost. The
newspapers took back the workers they
wanted and left the rest in the cold. The
workers, members of two Teamsters
locals as well as the Newspaper Guild
and two other unions, continue to pick
et, if only to remind the people of
Detroit that theirs was once a union
town.”
I couldn’t believe what I was read
ing. If the cause were completely lost,
I would think that people like your
selves, and your supporters would
have thrown in the towel long ago.
I am the daughter of a 30-year UAW
member. Thanks to union scholarships
and some hard work (school and jobs),
I was the first in my family to gradu
ate from college and I am currently in
graduate school at Wayne State
University.
My mother (permanently laid off
from General Dynamics, UAW Local
1248) and I have supported your cause
from Day 1.
There are still a great many people
behind you. Keep the faith!
Amanda L. Smith
Troy
No mercy for Saddam
Although I work in a unionized
skilled trade, I am also a military
reservist, having more than 15 years
active and reserve experience. I cannot
see how Journal staff writer Michael
Betzold can justify his comments
regarding Iraq in the face of such glob
al concerns as terrorism, wide-scale
pollution and the proliferation of so-
called weapons of mass destruction
(“Iraqis in Detroit,” March 1).
Any easing of economic sanctions
would lead only to food for the
Republican Guard, an increase in the
development of biological and chemical
weapons, and the likely purchase of
new military equipment. I doubt that
any U.S. military action against Iraq
would increase the suffering of the
Iraqi people. The Iraqi regime has used
biological and chemical weapons on its
own people, and Betzold’s compassion
for the regime paves the way for Iraqi
leader Saddam Hussein to gleefully
launch conventional and terrorist
attacks using these most horrible
weapons against our armed forces and
possibly our civilian populace.
Betzold is correct to ponder the pos-
letters
sibility that Iraqi children will contin
ue to go on to their deaths, but through
the “compassion” he describes, my chil
dren and others in the United States
may join them as well. A scenario I
can’t abide.
C.M. Joyce
Canton
Kudos for Sunday Journal
The last two weeks’ editions of the
Detroit Sunday Journal have included
examples of journalism at its best. In the
March 1 edition were two articles by
Michael Betzold about metropolitan
Detroit’s Iraqi population. I have
researched the community for over 30
years and have many contacts among
Chaldeans; I was impressed with the
knowledge and sensitivity exhibited in
Betzold’s coverage.
Susan Watson’s column in the March 8
edition (“From out of a fog, the son shines
brightly through”) moved me to tears. I
know what ifs like to have a child develop
into a wise adult who can teach Mom a
thing or two! “Salute to sisters” and cover
age of labor issues were of similar high
quality.
Thanks for a wonderful paper. Ifs easy to
see where the real journalism in the city of
Detroit is.
Mary C. Sengstock
Wayne State professor of sociology
The PGA’s solution
In his column of Feb. 15 (“PGA ruling
isn’t fair, but won’t kill golf”), Journal
sports columnist Lynn Henning men
tions his surprise that professional
golfer Casey Martin will be allowed to
use a cart in PGA events. I was also
surprised, and I also doubt that many
of the pros will complain — at first.
But what if Martin were to finish in
the top five at a few tournaments?
Then you can expect a chorus of
aggrieved voices as the hounds of
inequity pick up a new scent. In order
to stave off such an unattractive spec
tacle, the PGA has a simple solution: in
tournaments where Martin (or anyone
else in his circumstances) is allowed to
use a cart, carts should be made option
al for the whole field of golfers. If some
one using a cart sets a new club record,
golfing purists might be appeased by
attaching an asterisk to the score.
Thomas C. Cunningham
Detroit
Write us at the Journal
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with the author’s name, address and tele
phone number for verification but will be
published with author’s name and city
only. Send letters and opinion pieces to
The Detroit Sunday Journal, 450 W Fort,
Detroit 48226.


Summer forecast: Music and more
Sarah McLachlan, whose Lilith Fair was 1997's biggest tour, will come back with a line
up that includes Paula Cole, Erykah Badu, Natalie Merchant and Sinead O'Connor.
By Gary Graff
Journal Music Writer
E l Nino may have blown the
cold temperatures back our
way last week, but it didn’t
deter concertgoers from
thinking about this summer, when
the time will be right to be dancing
in their seats. And on the lawn.
And, hey — tickets for
some Pine Knob Music
Theatre Shows are
already on sale. Besides
baseball’s spring train
ing, what greater sign of
summer coming can you
ask for?
It looks like another
busy season, too, with
dozens of shows
crammed into Clarkston’s Pine Knob,
the Meadow Brook Music Festival in
Rochester, Chene Park in Detroit and
other area concert venues.
Fans will be able to take in every
thing from rock superstars to middle-
of-the-road stalwarts to a possible in
line skating exhibition featuring
Olympic gold medal skater Tara
Lipinski — and Barbie.
“It’s going to be a great summer,”
says Marilyn Desjardins, vice presi
dent of booking and marketing for
the Palace, Pine Knob and Meadow
Brook. “As long as this crazy weather
doesn’t mean there’ll be snow in July,
there should be plenty of shows for
people to see.”
In some ways the summer will be
more notable for what’s not happen
ing than what is. For instance,
Lollapalooza organizers have told
promoters that because hoped-for
headliners such as Marilyn Manson
and nine inch nails have turned
them down, they’re having trouble
putting together a package and may
have to sit this summer out for the
first time since 1991.
Of course, Lollapalooza
has pulled itself out of
the fire before, and there
are rumors of everyone
from Bjork to David
Bowie to the Chemical
Brothers and Radiohead
being in the running to
lead the tour. Stay tuned.
Smashing Pumpkins
has announced it won’t
be touring extensively after its album
is released in May, while the Prodigy
and Foo Fighters have ditched a
planned co-headlining tour.
And teen sensations Hanson, who
previously scotched a planned spring
tour, may drop out of the summer
sweepstakes as well.
But it certainly won’t be barren at
the amphitheaters and arenas of the
world this summer. Sarah
McLachlan’s Lilith Fair — the
biggest tour of summer 1997 — will
be back, featuring Grammy winners
McLachlan, Paula Cole and Erykah
Badu, along with Natalie Merchant,
Sinead O’Connor, the Indigo Girls,
K’s Choice and Tara McLean, among
others. Meanwhile, an album from
last year’s Lilith tour goes on sale
April 28.
Blues Traveler returns to headline
the HORDE tour, which also will fea
ture Barenaked Ladies and Ben
Harper. Bad Religion will be the top
dog on the Warped Tour, and the
Furthur Festival got some added
juice with news that ex-Grateful
Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey
Hart and Phil Lesh will reunite to
play together as the Other Ones
(joined by Bruce Hornsby and a few
other notable musicians). Hot Tuna
also will be part of this year’s
Furthur package.
Ozzy Osbourne’s OZZfest will be
out as well, with Tool and Megadeth
on the bill, while another earplugs-
mandatory heavy-metal package will
feature Iron Maiden Yngwie
Malmsteen, Dio and W.A.S.P. The
House of Blues is expected to bring
out its traditional blues and R&B
tours with the likes of B.B. King and
Robert Cray. Budweiser’s R&B
Superfest also will be on the road,
along with a major urban package
See MUSIC, Page 23
Whatever the
weather,
there'll be
concerts
galore
By Michelle Banks
Special to the Journal
W ith such a dream cast —
Jeremy Irons, John
Malkovich, Gerard
Depardieu and Gabriel
Byrne as the musketeers — director-
writer Randall Wallace has the
unmitigated duty to create some
thing of value on-screen.
In this spirited retelling of
Alexandre Dumas’ classic tale of
bravery, loyalty and honor, Wallace
not only allows his four premier
actors to rise mightily in their roles
but also makes room for hot talent
Leonardo DiCaprio to flex some act
ing muscles of his own in a dual role.
In 1660 France, poverty and
hunger have led the people to revolt
against King Louis XIV (DiCaprio),
who ignores their cries while
indulging in his own wealth and
tyrannical habits.
A quartet of
swell swashbucklers
Amid the turmoil,
the musketeers have
gone their separate
ways. Aramis (Irons)
has found his calling
as a priest. Athos
(Malkovich) stays at
home and raises his
son while practicing the violin.
Porthos (Depardieu) straggles along
with Aramis in desperate need of one
last great battle, and d’Artagnan
(Byrne) serves as the head of the
king’s security team.
Not until the cruelty of King Louis
XIV inadvertently threatens their
friendship and the future of France’s
movie review
“The Man in the
Iron Mask”
(O see it now)
monarchy do the mus
keteers reunite to
save their country
from ruin.
Giving them the
impetus to oppose the
callous king is the
knowledge of mysteri
ous prisoner #6438900, locked away
in the dank Bastille with his face
covered by a hideous iron mask. He
is Phillip, the twin brother of King
Louis (also played by DiCaprio), and
the musketeers rescue and train him
so that Phillip may become the king
who will restore law and order in
France.
First-time director Wallace does a
masterful job of handling all the
characters and their separate agen
das. He re-creates the opulence and
beauty of 17th-century France with
striking detail. The acting is spotless,
with each of the four stars adding
individuality and brilliance to the
character of his musketeer. There is a
synchronism among these actors that
compliments and elevates their por
trayal of older, jaded and wiser war
riors still able to stand and fight for
what is right.
There are a few moments when
DiCaprio shows his awkwardness in
working in such a period piece as
King Louis, but his portrayal of the
forgotten and mistreated Phillip hear
kens back to this young man’s talent
for poignancy. “The Man in the Iron
Mask’” is top-notch escapism for those
in the mood for an intelligent and
lively swashbuckling tale. PG-13.


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Chelsea’s Common Grill is anything but
C ommon Grill in Chelsea is a
social scientist’s delight, not
to mention a place with
darned good food.
And if El Nino gives us back some
warmer-than-usual, sunny weekends,
Common Grill is worth thinking
about as a stopping spot on a drive to
the west on a pleasant afternoon.
About 20 minutes west of Ann
Arbor, right on the main street of
Chris
Cook
Restaurants
Chelsea, sits this storefront restau
rant that could have been picked up
from downtown Chicago and dropped
into ZIP code 48118, complete with
Edward Hopper-like murals on large
chunks of plaster covering long red
brick walls.
Common Grill actually stretches
across about three storefronts. In the
center of the room sits a large U-
shaped bar. Behind it is an open
kitchen, a continuous beehive of
activity —
clanging pots
and pans,
shouts of
“Order up!,”
curls of steam
from pots and
sudden “I-
Dream-of-
Jeannie” puffs
of white smoke
from grills.
Above the bar
hangs a black
board big
enough to make
a grade-school
teacher drool, on
which the daily
fresh fish and
other specials
are noted in col
ored chalk.
I have eaten
at Common Grill
Journal photo by PATRICIA BECK
Common Grill’s murals echo Edward Hopper.
perhaps two dozen times over the
years, and it has always been crowd
ed in the evening, every night of the
week. I don’t recall ever being seated
immediately. Neither have I had to
wait long for a table, and there’s
invariably room at the bar, which is a
fun way to get acquainted with the
place.
What makes this noteworthy is
that Chelsea is not exactly a big,
bustling town, and Common Grill
seats upward of 150 at a time. It’s a
big restaurant.
It is also a rather loud, fun place,
but the food is always impeccable. I
can’t recall ever having something
disappointing at Common Grill.
So how does a big, urban-
style restaurant do so well
in such a place as Chelsea?
That’s one of the fascinat
ing things about it. Common
Grill is on the cusp of the
growth in America that is
classified by the social scien
tists as exurbia, the area
beyond suburbia.
Chelsea effectively is
drawing people from the
western bedroom communi
ties of Ann Arbor. But it is
also in the middle of what is
locally called the chain of
lakes, the interlocking lakes
that stretch from
Washtenaw into Livingston
County. For generations
they were summer resorts
for the wealthy and are now
home to a large, very well-
to-do community of year-
round lake dwellers —
lawyers, auto executives,
engineers, brokers — who
work in Ann Arbor,
Northville, Novi, Livonia
and West Bloomfield
Township. They are much of
Common Grill’s steady clientele, par
ticularly since there’s not much else
around.
Common
Grill’s driving
force is owner-
chef Craig
Common, who
in 1991 went
into partner
ship with Bob
Daniels to
open the
restaurant.
Bob is the
father of actor
Jeff Daniels,
who still lives
in Chelsea
and who creat
ed the Purple
Rose Theatre
there.
As for food,
there is a very
standard but
very broad
selection of fresh fish daily, most of
which is in the $13-$ 18 range for din
ner plates with your choice of how
you want it cooked: broiled, fried,
Cajun-style, etc.
The appetizers ($6-$8) range from
firecracker shrimp, steamed shrimp
in a spicy Asian-style salsa, to a
broiled Dungeness crab cake with a
red chili mayonnaise, which is haunt-
ingly good.
Another delight is something I gen
erally steer away from in restau
rants: fried calamari. Two things
make it different at Common Grill.
First, the batter is tempuralike, as
opposed to the heavy floury, gloppy
kind you get on the Bloomin’ Onion
Journal photo by PATRICIA BECK
Common Grill — a big, urban - style restaurant plunked down in exurbia — is always crowded, but
the wait isn’t long. Chef and owner Craig Common’s touches make it stand out.
at Outback Steakhouse. And second
the lemon garlic aioli that comes
with it is light, bright and perky.
For the adventure-challenged eater
there is a selection of sandwiches
($6-$9) at dinner: grilled chicken
breast, club sandwich and a burger.
The pasta selections — there are
eight of them in the $12-$ 16 range
— are somewhat unusual. For exam
ple, there is grilled chicken on fettuc-
cine with asparagus and mushrooms
in a red bell pepper sauce. Or
shrimp and smoked salmon on green
fettuccine tossed in garlic cream
sauce with goat cheese and sun-
dried tomatoes. Or chicken cannel
loni with wild rice, fennel sausage,
spinach and three cheeses in a toma-
to-butter sauce.
The meat, poultry and other fish
dishes (also $13-$ 18) are not particu
larly unusual, except for some of
their accompaniments. A Black
Angus steak, for example, comes
with a delightful, crispy potato-and-
leek cake, while a potato-encrusted
whitefish has sauteed spinach with
Roma tomatoes.
Those kinds of touches push
Common Grill to be very uncommon.
I don’t know of a better-run restau
rant, from the front desk staff to the
waitstaff to the ever-present Craig
Common. It’s a cheery, fun, relaxing
place well worth the trip.
Common Grill
112 S. Main St.
Chelsea
734-475-0470
horoscope
Aries (March 21 - April 20)
You may hear some interesting gossip, but
do not pass it along. A long-term relationship
could benefit from some distance.
Taurus (April 21 - May 20)
Problems at work may be manifesting them
selves physically. Get involved with a local
charity and make a difference.
Gemini (May 21 - June 20)
You have suppressed your creative side for
too long. Get out a pen and paper and start
writing, or sign up for an art or music class.
Cancer (June 21 - July 20)
You may experience some anxiety with a
loved one. It is best to air your differences in a
noncombative way.
Leo (July 21 - Aug. 21)
A member of the opposite sex finds you
attractive, but you may not feel the same way.
Be tactful when letting the person down.
Virgo (Aug. 22 - Sept. 22)
With several new projects on the way, you
are going to have to prioritize your time.
Romantic entanglements are going to become
difficult.
Libra (Sept. 23 - Oct. 22)
Invite a group of friends to join you for din
ner and a movie during the middle of the
week. It’s good to get out of your home now
and then.
Scorpio (Oct. 23 - Nov. 22)
Think twice before committing yourself to a
long-term project. Travel plans may become
an important factor.
Sagittarius (Nov. 23 - Dec. 20)
Find a few moments to relax, then get orga
nized. Procrastination is your worst enemy on
the domestic front.
Capricorn (Dec. 21 - Jan. 19)
Spending some time with children and dis
covering the kid in you will open your mind to
new opportunities.
Aquarius (Jan. 20 - Feb. 18)
You have a lot of minor details in your life
that need to be taken care of. Try to have fun
while doing it.
Pisces (Feb. 19 - March 20)
Getting so stressed out over the little
things only makes your life more difficult.
Kick back and enjoy


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THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
MARCH 15, 1998
OURNAL
Call theaters for show times,
Penn
Penniman at Main, Plymouth
(313) 453-0870
Birmingham Theatre
211 S. Woodward, Birmingham
(248) 644-3456
Star John R
Wayne County
Allen Park (MJR)
Allen Road at Southfield Rd.
(313) 381-1125
Mr. Magoo * Blues Brothers 2000 * Boogie
Nights * The Full Monty * Flubber * I
Know What You Did Last Summer *
Anastasia
Beacon East
(Showcase)
Vernier (Eight Mile) at Beaconsfield
(313) 882-7500
U.S. Marshalls * Senseless * The
Borrowers * L.A. Confidential
Bel-Air (AMC)
Eight Mile Rd., east of Van Dyke
(313) 366-0800
Man in the Iron Mask * The Big Lebowski *
U.S. Marshalls * Hush * Senseless *
Caught Up * Dark City * Blues Brothers
2000 * Titanic * The Borrowers
Canton (General Cinema)
Ford Rd. 1 mile west of 1-275
(313) 981-1900
Man in the Iron Mask * U.S. Marshalls *
Hush * Twilight * Titanic * Good Will
Hunting
Detroit Film Theatre
Detroit Institute of Arts, 5200 Woodward
(313) 833-2323
(Sunday) Fireworks * (Monday) For Ever
Mozart * (Friday/Saturday) Mean Streets
Detroit Science Center
Warren, east of Woodward, Detroit
(313) 577-8400
Sharks * Tropical Rainforest * Special
Effects * Super Speedway: Racing With
the Andrettis * Destiny in Space
Eastland Mall 2 (AMC)
Vernier (Eight Mile) at Beaconsfield
(313) 882-4648
Titanic * Man in the Iron Mask
Eastland Mall 5 (AMC)
Vernier (Eight Mile) at Beaconsfield
(313) 521-2811
Hush * The Big Lebowski * Dark City *
Caught Up * The Wedding Singer
Fairlane (U.A.)
Fairlane Town Center, Dearborn
(313) 438-0929
Man in the Iron Mask * The Big Lebowski *
Twilight * Caught Up * The Borrowers *
Titanic * The Apostle * Good Will Hunting *
As Good As It Gets
Ford-Tel
Ford Rd. at Telegraph Rd., Dearborn
(313) 561-7200
Mr. Magoo * I Know What You Did Last
Summer * Flubber * The Full Monty
Laurel Park (AMC)
Six Mile Rd., bet. Newburgh and 1-275
(313) 462-6200
Man in the Iron Mask * U.S. Marshalls *
Hush * Twilight * Dangerous Beauty *
Titanic * Krippendorf’s Tribe * The
Wedding Singer * As Good As It Gets *
Good Will Hunting
Livonia Mall (MJR)
Middle Belt Rd. at Seven Mile Rd.
(248) 476-8800
Blues Brothers 2000 * Mr. Magoo * Jackie
Brown * The Full Monty * Flubber
Metro Norwest
Grand River at Southfield Freeway
(313) 838-1030
The Replacement Killers * Senseless *
Caught Up
Blues Brothers 2000
Quo Vadis (Showcase)
Wayne Rd. at Warren Ave., Westland
(313) 425-7700
U.S. Marshalls * Dangerous Beauty * Hush
* Caught Up * Dark City * The Wedding
Singer * The Borrowers
Renaissance Center
Tower 200, Level 2 of Renaissance Cntr.
(313) 259-2370
Man in the Iron Mask * U.S. Marshalls *
Caught Up * Senseless
Showcase Dearborn
Michigan Ave. west of Telegraph Rd.
(313) 561-3449
U.S. Marshalls * Hush * Krippendorf’s Tribe
* Dark City * Senseless * The Wedding
Singer * Sphere * L.A. Confidential
Showcase Westland
Wayne Rd. a block south of Warren Rd.
(313) 729-1060
Man in the Iron Mask * The Big Lebowski *
Twilight * Krippendorf’s Tribe * Good Will
Hunting * As Good As It Gets * Titanic
Southland (AMC)
Eureka Rd., bet. 1-75 and Telegraph Rd.
(313) 287-2101
U.S. Marshalls * Hush * The Big Lebowski
* Dark City * L.A. Confidential
Star Lincoln Park
Southfield Rd. at Dix Rd.,
(313) 382-8240
Man in the Iron Mask * Hush * U.S.
Marshalls * Dark City * Krippendorf’s Tribe
* Titanic * The Wedding Singer * The
Borrowers * As Good As It Gets * Good
Will Hunting
Star Taylor
22265 Eureka Road
(313) 287-2200
Man in the Iron Mask * Twilight * The
Wedding Singer * Good Will Hunting * As
Good As It Gets * Titanic
State Wayne
35310 Michigan Ave. west of Wayne
(313) 326-4600
Flubber * Blues Brothers 2000 * Amistad *
Mr. Magoo
Terrace (Cinemark)
Plymouth Rd. west of Middle Belt Rd.
(313) 261-3330
Mr. Magoo * Blues Brothers 2000 * Boogie
Nights * Amistad
Wonderland (AMC)
Plymouth Rd. at Middle Belt Rd.
(313) 261-8100
The Big Lebowski * As Good As It Gets *
Blues Brothers 2000 * Dark City * Caught
Up * Senseless * The Wedding Singer *
The Borrowers
Oakland County
Abbey (AMC)
14 Mile Rd. east of 1-75
(248) 588-0881
Dangerous Beauty * Hush * Dark City *
Kissing a Fool * Senseless * Boogie
Nights * The Borrowers * Mouse Hunt *
Spice World * L.A. Confidential * Palmetto
Americana West (AMC)
Orchard Lake Road, south of 15 Mile
(248) 855-4200
Man in the Iron Mask * U.S. Marshalls *
The Big Lebowski * The Wedding Singer *
Titanic * Good Will Hunting
Man in the Iron Mask * Twilight * U.S.
Marshalls * The Big Lebowski * The
Wedding Singer * Good Will Hunting *
Titanic * As Good As It Gets ’ L.A.
Confidential * The Full Monty * The Long
Way Home * Ayn Rand: A Sense of Life
Farmington Civic
Grand River at Farmington Rd.,
Farmington
(248) 474-1951
Amistad * The Full Monty
Hampton (AMC)
Rochester Rd., a mile north of M-59
(248) 852-5322
Amistad * Anastasia * Tomorrow Never
Dies * Flubber * I Know What You Did Last
Summer * The Full Monty
Keego Twin
Orchard Lake Rd. at Cass Lake Rd.
(248) 682-1900
The Full Monty * Amistad
Main Art (Landmark)
Main at 11 Mile Road, Royal Oak
(248) 542-0180
Afterglow * The Apostle * Live Flesh *
Oscar and Lucinda
Maple (AMC)
Maple Rd., west of Telegraph Rd.
(248) 855-9090
As Good As It Gets * The Apostle *
Dangerous Beauty
Novi Town Center
(General Cinema)
Novi Rd., south of 1-96
(248) 344-0077
The Big Lebowski * Hush * U.S. Marshalls
* Titantic * The Wedding Singer * Good
Will Hunting * As Good As It Gets
Oakland Mall (U.A.)
14 Mile Rd. between 1-75 and John R
(248) 988-0706
The Big Lebowski * The Wedding Singer *
As Good As It Gets * Wings of a Dove
Oxford
Lapeer Rd., downtown Oxford
(248) 628-7100
U.S. Marshalls * Man in the Iron Mask *
Titanic
Showcase Auburn Hills
Opdyke bet. University and Lapeer
(248) 373-2660
Man in the Iron Mask * Wings of a Dove *
U.S. Marshalls * Hush * The Big Lebowski
* Twilight * Caught Up * Dark City *
Senseless * The Borrowers * The Wedding
Singer * Good Will Hunting * As Good As It
Gets * Titanic
Showcase Pontiac (1-5)
Telegraph Rd at Square Lake Rd.
(248) 332-0241
Twilight * The Big Lebowski * Hush *
Caught Up * The Wedding Singer * As
Good As It Gets
Showcase Pontiac (6-12)
Telegraph Rd. at Square Lake Rd.
(248) 334-6777
Man in the Iron Mask * U.S. Marshalls *
Titanic * Good Will Hunting * The
Borrowers * Dark City
Southfield City (AMC)
Greenfield Rd. at Nine Mile Rd.
(248) 559-2730
Man in the Iron Mask * Hush * U.S.
Marshalls * The Big Lebowski * Dark City *
Caught Up * Senseless * Sphere * The
Borrowers * Blues Brothers 2000 * The
Replacement Killers * Spice World *
Titanic
John R, so. of 14 Mile Rd., Madison Hts.
(248) 585-2070
Man in the Iron Mask * U.S. Marshalls *
Twilight * Good Will Hunting * Blues
Brothers 2000 * Titanic * Wag the Dog *
Leave it to Beaver
Star Rochester Hills
200 Barclay Circle, Rochester Rd. n. of M59
(248) 853-2260
Man in the Iron Mask * U.S. Marshalls *
Twilight * The Wedding Singer * As Good
As It Gets * Good Will Hunting * Titanic
Star Southfield
12 Mile Rd. west of Telegraph
(248) 372-2222
Man in the Iron Mask * U.S. Marshalls *
Twilight * Dangerous Beauty * Hush * The
Big Lebowski * Kissing a Fool * Dark City *
Senseless * The Wedding Singer * The
Borrowers * L.A. Confidential * Titanic *
Good Will Hunting * As Good As It Gets
Star Winchester
1136 South Rochester Rd.
(248) 656-1160
Hush * The Big Lebowski * Krippendorf’s
Tribe * The Borrowers * L.A. Confidential *
Dark City * The Apostle * Sphere *
Dangerous Beauty * Wings of a Dove *
Leave it to Beaver
Towne (AMC)
Greenfield, just north of 10 1/2 Mile
(248) 968-5174
Amistad * Mr. Magoo * Jackie Brown *
Flubber * Tomorrow Never Dies
Twelve Oaks (U.A.)
Inside Twelve Oaks Mall, Novi
(248) 349-4311
Man in the Iron Mask * Twilight * Dark City
* The Borrowers * The Apostle
Waterford (MJR)
M-59 at Williams Lake Road
(248) 666-7900
Man in the Iron Mask * The Big
Lebowski * Hush * U.S. Marshalls *
Krippendorf’s Tribe * Dark City * The
Borrowers * The Wedding Singer * Good
Will Hunting * As Good As It Gets *
Titanic
West River (U.A.)
Grand River, west of Middlebelt Road
(248) 476-8844
Man in the Iron Mask * U.S. Marshalls *
Caught Up * Hush * Twilight * The
Wedding Singer * Good Will Hunting * The
Borrowers * Wings of a Dove * Titanic
Macomb County
Chesterfield Crossing (MJR)
23 Mile Rd. at Gratiot, Chesterfield
(810) 598-2500
Man in the Iron Mask * The Big Lebowski
* Twilight * Hush * U.S. Marshalls *
Krippendorf’s Tribe * Dark City * The
Borrowers * The Wedding Singer * Good
Will Hunting * As Good As It Gets * Titanic
Romeo
Van Dyke at 30 1/2 Mile Rd., Washington
(810) 752-3455
Titanic * As Good As It Gets
Shores
Mack so. of 9 Mile Rd., St. Clair Shores
(810) 775-6800
Mr. Magoo * The Rainmaker * Tomorrow
Never Dies
Showcase Sterling
Van Dyke at 15 Mile Road
(810) 979-3160
Man in the Iron Mask * Wings of a Dove *
U.S. Marshalls * Hush * Twilight * The Big
Lebowski * Dark City * Caught Up *
Senseless * The Borrowers * The Wedding
Singer * Good Will Hunting * As Good As It
Gets * Titanic
Star Gratiot
Gratiot, north of 15 Mile Rd.,
Clinton Township
(810) 791-3420
Man in the Iron Mask * U.S. Marshalls *
Hush * The Big Lebowski * Twilight * The
Apostle * The Wedding Singer * The
Borrowers * Good Will Hunting * As Good
As It Gets * L.A. Confidential * Hush *
Titanic * Dark City * Wings of a Dove *
Dangerous Beauty * Leave it to Beaver
Sterling Center (AMC)
Schoenherr Rd. south of Hall Rd.
(810) 254-7400
Man in the Iron Mask * U.S. Marshalls *
Twilight * Hush * Dark City * Krippendorf’s
Tribe * The Borrowers * The Wedding
Singer * Good Will Hunting * Titanic * As
Good As It Gets
Warren (Cinemark)
Dequindre south of 12 Mile Rd., Warren
(810) 558-7520
Jackie Brown * Great Expectations * The
Full Monty * Eve’s Bayou * Kiss the Girls *
For Richer or Poorer * Home Alone 3 *
Anastasia * I Know What You Did Last
Summer * Flubber * Tomorrow Never Dies *
Half-Baked * An American Werewolf in
Paris * Blues Brothers 2000 * Mr. Magoo *
Fallen * Boogie Nights * Amistad * The
Boxer
Washtenaw County
Briarwood (U.A.)
Inside the Briarwood Mall, Ann Arbor
(313) 480-4555
Man in the Iron Mask * U.S. Marshalls *
Hush * Twilight * The Wedding Singer *
Titanic * Wings of a Dove
Fox Village Theatre (MJR)
Jackson at Maple, Ann Arbor
(313) 994-8080
Mr. Magoo * Boogie Nights * Amistad *
Great Expectations * The Full Monty *
Flubber
Showcase Ann Arbor
Carpenter Rd., north, of 1-94, e. of US 23
(313) 973-8380
Man in the Iron Mask * U.S. Marshalls *
Hush * The Big Lebowski * Twilight *
Caught Up * Dark City * The Borrowers *
The Wedding Singer * Good Will Hunting *
As Good As It Gets * Titanic
Livingston County
Brighton (MJR)
1-96 exit at Grand River, Brighton
(810) 227-4700
Man in the Iron Mask * U.S. Marshalls *
Hush * Krippendorf’s Tribe * The Wedding
Singer * The Borrowers * As Good As it
Gets * Good Will Hunting * Titanic


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Patrick Stewart is Capt. Ahab in the TV version of “Moby Dick/’ tonight and Monday on
USA. Among his co-stars is Gregory Peck, who played the Ahab role in the 1956 movie.
■ Moby Dick, 8 tonight and 8 p.m.
Monday (repeated at 6 p.m.
Saturday), USA
Network — For
once, a network’s
promotional
description of its
made-for-TV
original sounds
just right. “It’s
the epic tale of a
crazed beast,”
the ads say. “And the whale that
haunted him.” If there is such a thing
as a cable blockbuster, this surely is
it. Patrick Stewart makes it so,
transporting himself into Herman
Melville’s maniacal Capt. Ahab and
his all-consuming hunt to kill his
Great White nemesis. Call Henry
A&E has Michael Bolton on Tuesday.
Thomas (“E.T.”) Ishmael; Gregory
Peck, who played Ahab in John
Huston’s 1956 big-screen version, co-
stars as Father Mapple, which is
kind of like the Good TV Seal of
Approval.
■ The Informant, 8 tonight (repeat
ed at 10:15 p.m. Tuesday), Showtime
— Timothy Dalton, who plays a far
more vulgar villain (see “The
Rocketeer”) than a bottled Bond,
lands a role somewhere in between
for this stark new political drama,
making its American debut on
Showtime after being featured in film
festivals in Italy and Canada.
Dalton’s a Northern Ireland detective
who offers immunity to a captured
IRA terrorist (played by Anthony
Brophy) if he gives up the names of
his superiors. If -he does, he can go
free — but every Catholic in Belfast,
including his wife (Maria Lennon),
will despise him.
Cary Elwes
(“Robin Hood:
Men in Tights”)
also stars.
■ Waterworld,
9 tonight (con
cluding at 9 p.m.
Thursday), ABC
(Channel 7 in Detroit) — When you
think about it, this programming
move by ABC is a stroke of genius.
This soggy, grossly expensive 1995
“epic” was reviled as the film that
began Kevin Costner’s downward spi
ral, a worthy challenger to “Heaven’s
Gate” as one of the worst modern-day
movies ever made. Would you pay
money to rent it? Heck, no. But aren’t
you luridly fascinated to see if it
could really have been THAT bad? A-
HA! That’s how they get you. What’s
more, the network has added 40 min
utes of previously unseen footage
(isn’t most of this footage previously
unseen?), which expands both the
special effects and the on-screen time
for Dennis Hopper in one of his char
acteristically campy villain roles.
■ The Larry Sanders Show, 10
tonight, HBO — So “Seinfeld” is end
ing its run this season. So what? If
you ask me, far too few tears have
been shed over the impending demise
of this caustic, creative and frequent
ly hysterical lampooning of late-night
talk-TV, with Garry Shandling turn
ing in his sixth and final year as
luckless Larry. In the season opener,
the show’s ratings are sliding and
weaselly Jon Stewart is gaining pop
ularity as substitute host, prompting
“The Pride of the Yankees,” 11
today, American Movie Classics;
“Gotti,” noon today, A&E;
“Anastasia,” noon today, Cinemax;
“On Golden Pond,” 1:10 today,
TBS; “The Verdict,” 3:35 today,
TBS; “Backdraft,” 5 today, USA;
“Don Juan DeMarco,” 8 and 10:15
tonight, TNT; “The Client,” 8
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Larry’s paranoia to kick into over
drive. His anxiety isn’t eased when
some network suits show up with
suggestions to liven up the show.
Among them: running through the
audience and shaking everyone’s
hand. Winona Ryder guests.
■ Live by Request Starring
Michael Bolton, 9 p.m. Tuesday
(rebroadcast at 1 a.m. Wednesday),
A&E — I’m calling attention to two
hours of Michael Bolton, singing live?
Readers: I said I loved you, but I lied.
■ Lateline, 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, NBC
(Channel 4 in Detroit) — After seeing
some of NBC’s recent comedic offer
ings, like “House Rules” and “For
tonight, NBC/Channel 4; “Tootsie,”
9 tonight, TBS; “The Shining,”
12:45 a.m. Monday, Showtime;
“American Graffiti,” 3:30 a.m.
Monday, TNT; “The Wild Bunch,”
2:30 a.m. Thursday, TBS; “Rain
Man,” 8:05 p.m. Saturday, TBS;
“The Godfather, ” 9 p.m. Saturday,
the Movie Channel.
Your Love” (which premieres on this
same night at 8:30), I was beginning
to think the old Peacock didn’t have a
daring, innovative bone left in its
body. How refreshing, then, to see a
new sitcom that’s at least sardonic
enough to seem better suited for
cable. A1 Franken, everybody’s
favorite magpie, produces and stars
in this new ensemble takeoff of a
late-night network news broadcast, a
la “Nightline.” He’s a dimwitted field
reporter who’s certain he’s on deck
for the comfy anchor chair being
filled by blow-dried Pearce McKenzie
(Robert Foxworth). Ralph Nader,
Joycelyn Elders and G. Gordon Liddy
are among the real-life newsmaking
types who pop up in cameos. Does
NBC like it? Hey, it’s in the time slot
after “Frasier.”
■ Seinfeld, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday,
NBC — A special night for “Seinfeld”
and a tribute to a special actor. Lloyd
Bridges, who passed away last week
at the age of 85, is remembered in
one of his most indelible recent roles:
He’s cantankerous retirement-village
fitness guru Izzy Mendelbaum, in a
repeat from last season.
McFarlin
Highlights
JIMMY MACK’S MAGNIFICENT MOVIE MENU
Laughs, lay-ups
and a bit of leg
Y bu watch whatever you want to watch this week — I’m running flat-
out on the Road to the Final Four! WHOO-HOO! However, if we’ve
conditioned you to the point where you can’t make intelligent viewing
choices on your own without this advice column ... well, OK, we’ll
make some recommendations.
Actually, it’s a whale of a week on TV.


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(3:35) Movie: *** 1 /2 “The Verdict"
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Movie: ★* "The Relic" (1997, Horror) A ravenous
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Movie: **Vi2 “Murder at 1600" (1997) Wesley Snipes.
The president's son is implicated in a secretary's death.
Movie: "Misbegotten" (1998, Suspense)
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Movie: ** “Who’s Harry Crumb?" (1989,
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Movie: **Vi2 “Beavis and Butt-head Do
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Movie: *** “A League of Their Own" (1992) Based on
the story of the all-girl baseball league of 1943. ‘PG’ BE
Movie: “DNA"( 1997) Mark Dacascos. A doctor
manipulates genes to re-create an ancient monster. 'R'
Movie: ** “Sgt. Kabukiman, N.Y.P.D."(1991) A law
enforcer inherits the powers of a Japanese superhero.
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(4:30) Movie: ★** “Ferris
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Movie: **V2 "Matilda" (1978) Elliott Gould. A boxing
kangaroo disrupts the life of a theatrical agent. ‘G’ BE
Movie: **V2 "The Informant" (1997) An Irishman is
caught between his countrymen and family. ‘R’ BE
Movie: *★* “Natural Born Killers" (1994, Drama)
Bloodthirsty young lovers become instant celebrities. ‘R’
Outer
Limits (R)
Movie: *** 1 A “The Shining” (1980,
Horror) Jack Nicholson. ‘R’
TMC
Movie: **★'/2 “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie"( 1969)
A teacher holds a powerful influence over her pupils.
Movie: ***V2 “Children of a Lesser God" (1986) A
teacher tries to reach a proud deaf former student. 'R'
Movie: ** “Sunset Park" (1996,
Comedy-Drama) Rhea Perlman. ‘R’ BE
Movie: ** “If Lucy Fell" (1996, Comedy)
Sarah Jessica Parker. (In Stereo) 'R' BE
Movie: ** 1 /2 "Eating Raoul" (1982,
Comedy) Paul Bartel. (In Stereo) ‘R’
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Movie: **★ “Seems Like Old 77mes”(1980, Comedy)
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Strangers
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Movie: kk'h “Any Which Way You Can"(1980) Clint Eastwood.
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(In Stereo)
Boy Meets
World ®
Family
Matters ®
Different
World ®
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(In Stereo)
Mama’s
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Want to Have Fun” (R) ®
Three "Buyer Beware" (In
Stereo) ffl
Roseanne
(In Stereo)
Mama's
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Cops (In
Stereo) ®
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on the Beat
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Tommy Ford.
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9 Steps to Financial Freedom (R) (In
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Every body-
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to the Death”
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I Did for Love" ®
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®
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the Italian Nobleman"
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Mysteries
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the Italian Nobleman"
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Movie: kk'h “The Family Jewels" (1965) An orphan
must choose one of her six uncles as a guardian.
Movie: kk'h “The Delicate Delinquent"
(1957, Comedy) Jerry Lewis.
Movie: kk'h “Pillars of the Sky" (1956) Jeff Chandler.
A cynical cavalry scout clashes with his colonel.
Movie: kkk'h “The Young Lions" (1958, Drama) Marlon Brando.
World War II is experienced through the lives of three men.
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(4:00) Movie: *** “The
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Maitlands Edward Fox and Eileen Atkins star in a
production of Ronald MacKenzie’s drama. (R)
Movie: “Belle Epoque" ()992) Penelope Cruz. A
deserter of the Spanish army befriends a liberal elder.
Movie: **★* "Rashomon" (1950, Drama) Oscar-
winning tale of four perspectives on a rape-murder.
Maitlands Edward Fox and Eileen Atkins star in a
production of Ronald MacKenzie's drama. (R)
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(4:00) Movie: *★ "The
Couch Trip" (1987)
1 Night
Stand
Make Me
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Daily Show
(R)
Stein’s
Money
Movie: ★* “The Couch Trip"( 1987) An escaped
mental patient becomes a hip radio psychologist.
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Scenes
Make Me
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Stein’s
Money
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Macaulay Culkin. ffl
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Scenes
Daily Show I
(R)
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Crown” "Baptism by Fire"
Gimme Shelter (R)
Wild Discovery "The
Magic of Baby Animals”
Raging Planet: “Volcano”
(R)
Would You Believe It The
largest bicycle in the world.
Justice Files "Hours From
Execution” (R)
Wild Discovery “The
Magic of Baby Animals"
Raging Planet: "Volcano" I
(R)
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Coming
Attractions
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Ray Combs: The True
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Mysteries & I
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Night Stand
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Howard
Stern (R)
Melrose Place “Lonely
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Episodes “Emily”
Carol
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Burnett
World’s Greatest Magic II Host Alan Thicke introduces
magicians from around the world. (R) (In Stereo)
Movie: "Loyal Opposition: Terror in the White House"
(1998, Drama) Joan Van Ark. (In Stereo) ®
700 Club Re-evaluating
the death penalty.
Bonanza: The Lost
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Crank | Sports
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Sports
Preseason Baseball: Cincinnati Reds vs. Detroit Tigers. (Live)
FOX Sports News
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HIST
Real West "Famous Forts
and Outposts"
Most Decorated “The First
Air Cavalry in Vietnam" (R)
As It Happened: My Lai
Massacre (R)
Pompeii
Firefighting!
Trains Unlimited “Model
Railroads" (R)
Secrets of World War II
(R)
Pompeii (R)
Firefighting! (R)
LIFE
Golden
Girls ®
Golden
Girls ®
Supermar
ket Sweep
Debt
Intimate Portrait “Kathie
Lee Gifford” (In Stereo) ®
Unsolved Mysteries (In
Stereo)
Movie: ★* “Judicial Consent” (1994) A Supreme Court
nominee finds herself accused of murder.
New
Attitudes ®
Golden
Girls ®
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Girls ffl
Unsolved Mysteries (In
Stereo)
Homicide:
Life
NICK
You Afraid?
Rocko’s
Modern Life
Figure It
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Tiny Toon
Adventures
Doug (In
Stereo) ®
Rugrats (In
Stereo)®
Hey Arnold!
(In Stereo)
Bewitched
Wonder
Years ®
Wonder
Years ®
Happy Days
Love Lucy
®
Mary Tyler
Moore ®
Taxi
‘Friends" ®
Newhart ffl
Dick Van
Dyke
Odd Couple
ffl
Bob
Newhart
SCIFI
Six Million Dollar Man
Quantum Leap (In Stereo)
Seaquest DSV (In Stereo) |
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Sliders "Fever" (In Stereo)
VR.5 “Control Freak”
Seaquest DSV (In Stereo)
Sightings (In Stereo) ffl
Sliders “Fever” (In Stereo)
TBS
Saved by
the Bell ®
Saved by
the Bell ®
Family
Matters ®
Family
Matters ®
Andy
Griffith
Andy
Griffith
Movie: *** “Steel Magnolias" (1989, Comedy-Drama) Sally Field.
Six iron-willed women gather at a Louisiana beauty parlor.
Movie: kkk'h "Coal Miner’s Daughter" (1980, Biography) Sissy
Spacek. Loretta Lynn rises from rural poverty to musical stardom.
Movie: kkk'h
“Deliverance" (1972)
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Hometime
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Renovation
Renovation
Home Again
Home Again
Extreme Machines (R) |Natural Disasters |Man Against Nature
Extreme Machines (R) | Natural Disasters (R)
Man Against Nature (R)
TNT
Kung Fu: The Legend
Continues (R)
Lois & Clark: The New
Adventures of Superman
Babylon 5 “Dust to Dust”
(In Stereo) ®
WCW Nitro (In StereoLive) ®
Movie: ★* "Silent Rage" (1982) Chuck Norris. A Texas
awman takes on a seemingly indestructible killer.
WCW Nitro (R) (In Stereo)
ffl
USA
Saved by
Bell
USA High
(In Stereo)
Baywatch "Let the Games
Begin" (R) (In Stereo) ®
Walker, Texas Ranger
'Full Contact” (In Stereo)
Movie: “Moby D/c/r’’(1998, Adventure) An obsessed
sea captain hunts down a legendary white whale. ®
Movie: “Moby Dick" (1998, Adventure) An obsessed
sea captain hunts down a legendary white whale. ®
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'Duende” (In Stereo) ffl [
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Dinosaurs
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Growing
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Movie: kk'h “First Kid" (1996, Comedy)
Sinbad, Brock Pierce. ‘PG’ ®
Growing
Pains ®
Growing
Pains ®
“Walt Disney Presents
Hans Brinker"
Zorro (In
Stereo) ffl
Mickey
Mouse Club
Movie: kk'h “Kidnapped"
(1960) James MacArthur.
HBO
4:30) Movie: ** 1 /2 "The Stars Fell on
Henrietta" (1995) Robert Duvall. 'PG' ®
Movie: ★★ 1 /2 "Gunfighler’s Moon” (1996, I
Western) Lance Henriksen. 'PG-13'
Movie: kkk'h “Lethal Weapon 2” (1989) Mel Gibson.
Riggs and Murtaugh battle drug-smuggling diplomats.
Real Sports (In Stereo) ®
Movie: "Sanctuary" (1998) Mark Dacascos. A
government assassin finds a new calling in the church.
Movie: k'h “Amityville
Dollhouse" (1996) ‘R’
MAX
4:00) Movie: kk'h “The
Arrival"(1996) 'PG-13'®
Movie: *** “Star Trek: First Contact" (1996) The Borg
try to prevent a space pioneer's historic flight. ‘PG-13’
Movie: ** “Down Periscope" (1996) The wacky crew
of a second-rate sub prepares for war games. ‘PG-13’
Movie: kk “Natural Enemy" (1997,
Drama) Donald Sutherland. ‘R’ ®
Movie: "Bikini Traffic School” (1997,
Comedy) Shayna Ryan. (In Stereo) ‘NR’
Movie: “Navajo Blues"
(1996) Steven Bauer. 'R'
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(4:30) Movie: ** "High-
Ballin'" (1978) ‘PG’
Movie: kk'h "Some Kind oL Wonderful" (1987) A shy
teen tries to win the most popular girl in school. ‘PG-13’
Movie: ★** "Pretty Woman" (1990) Richard Gere. An
executive plays Pygmalion to a young streetwalker. ‘R’
Movie: "The Young Poisoner’s Handbook" (1995) I
A smart but insane lad embarks on a career as a killer.
Poltergeist: The Legacy
Nick seeks a ghost. (R)
Movie: *** "Article 99"
(1992) Ray Liotta. ‘R’
TMC
(3:35) Movie
Movie: ★** "Flatliners" (1990,
Suspense) Kiefer Sutherland. ‘R’ ®
Movie: ★* "Hackers" (1995) Jonny Lee Miller. A group I
of high-tech teens attempts to stop an embezzler. ® I
Movie: “Sneakers" (1992) Robert Redford. High-
tech computer hackers are tricked into espionage. ®
Movie: kk'h "Basquiat" (1996) Jeffrey Wright. A New
York artist’s brilliant career is cut short by drugs. ‘R’ ®
Movie: kkk'h “Leaving
Las Vegas" (1995) ‘R’ ffl


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Playground |SesamePk
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Medicine Woman
700 Club
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Honeymnr
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X-Men ffl
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Animaniacs
PinkyBrain
Batman
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Bobby |step-Step
Spoons | Blossom®
Sunset Beach ffl
All-Family
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Sanford | Good Times
Mr. Cooper
Dinosaurs
Metallix
Spider-Man
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Life-Louie
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Groundling
Puzzle
Sesame Street (In Stereo)
Barney & Friends ®
Mr Rogers | Reading
Charlie
Tots TV ffl
Sesame Street (In Stereo)
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Couch
Arthur (In Stereo) ffl
Sandiego
Wishbone
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Guiding Light (In Stereo)
Price Is Right ffl
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Young and the Restless | Bold & B.
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McCloud “McCloud Meets Dracula" |Banacek jQuincy
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One Day
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Lifestyles-Rich
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Scandals | Fashion
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Drama) Robert Mitchum, Linda Darnell.
Movie: *★* “Stars and Stripes Forever"
(1952, Biography) Clifton Webb, ffl
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Machine (R) ffl
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Movie: *★★* “The Dead" (1987,
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(R)
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Wild Discovery “Jungle
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Studies-Forensic
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Celts
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Movie: **** “Raiders of the Lost Ark" (1981, Adventure) Harrison
Ford. An archaeologist races Nazis to find a powerful relic.
Movie: ★★* “Wargames" (1983, Drama) Matthew Broderick, Dabney
Coleman. A teen-age computer whiz nearly begins World War III.
Movie: *** “Carrie"
(1976) Sissy Spacek.
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Lois & Clark: The New
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Babylon 5 “Exogenesis"
(In Stereo) ®
NBA Basketball: Chicago Bulls at Indiana Pacers. From Market
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Movie: ** 1 /2 "The Deadly Tower" (1975, Suspense) Kurt Russell,
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Walker, Texas Ranger
“Final Justice” (In Stereo)
WWF Raw: St. Patrick’s Day. (In Stereo) ffl
Silk Stalkings “Partners"
(In Stereo) (Pari 2 of 2) ffl
Highlander: The Series
“The Stone of Scone" ffl
Magnum, P.l. “Faith and
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Stereo) ffl
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(4:30) Movie: “In the Line
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Movie: **V2 "Multiplicity" (1996) Michael Keaton.
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Movie: *** "The Devil's Own" (1997) Harrison Ford. A
New York cop unknowingly shelters an Irish terrorist. ‘R’
Movie: ** “The Relic" (1997, Horror) A ravenous
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Sessions
Movie: *'/2 “Animal Instincts III” (1995,
Drama) Wendy Schumacher. ‘R’
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Heist” 'NR'
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jcaught between his countrymen and family. 'R' ffl
Red Shoe
Diaries ffl
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Hills
Movie: * “Desert Passion"
(1992) Carrie Janisse. ‘NR’
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(3:45) Movie
Movie: **Vi2 “Chances Are"(1989) Cybill Shepherd. A
reincarnated lawyer stumbles into his former wife’s life.
Movie: “The Ref" (1994) A thief comes to
regret taking a bickering couple hostage.
Movie: ***'/2 “Jerry Maguire" (1996, Comedy-Drama) Tom Cruise.
A crisis of conscience costs a sports agent his job. (In Stereo) ‘R’ ffl
Movie: ★** “Cafe Society" (1995,
Drama) Frank Whaley. (In Stereo) ‘R’
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(In Stereo)
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Family
Movie: ★★ "Nothing but Trouble" (1991, Comedy) A
yuppie motorist is hauled into a backwoods courtroom.
Roseanne
(In Stereo)
Mama's
Family
Cops (In
Stereo) ffl
LAPD: Life
on the Beat
Highway
Patrol
Strange
Universe
Proactive
Auto Club
Paid
Program
©
UPN
Simpsons
(In Stereo)
Living
Single ®
Simpsons
"Rosebud”
Home
Improve.
Frasier (In
Stereo) ffl
Home
Improve.
Star Trek: Voyager
“Concerning Flight" (R) ffl
Sentinel “Love Kills" (In
Stereo) ffl
News
Sports Xtra
Fresh
Prince
Star Trek: The Next
Generation “Sarek” ffl
Vibe Christy Haubegger of
Latina magazine.
Married...
With
©
PBS
Kratts’
Creatures
Science
Guy
Newshour With Jim
Lehrer ®
Business
Report
Finding Financial Freedom
Jonathan Pond’s Tax Party Benefiting
from changes in the tax laws.
Best of Are You Being Served?
Finding Financial Freedom (R)
©
CBS
Grace
Under Fire
Mad About
You ®
Seinfeld
“The Rye”
Mad About
You ®
CBS News
College Basketball: NCAA Tournament Regional Semifinal -- Teams
to Be Announced. (Live) ffl
College Basketball: NCAA Tournament Regional Semifinal -- Teams
to Be Announced. (Live) ffl
Late Show (R) (In Stereo) I
ffl
HardCopy 1
! ffl !
A&E
Quincy “Hot Ice, Cold
Hearts"
Northern Exposure “Slow
Dance” ®
Law & Order “Mother
Love"ffl
Biography “John Wayne” Actor John Wayne is
remembered by family and friends. (R)
Unexplained “Sexual
Attraction" (R)
Law & Order "Coma" ffl
Biography "John Wayne" Actor John Wayne is
remembered by family and friends. (R) ’
AMC
(4:15) Movie: ***'/2 “The
General Died at Dawn"
Movie: *★ "The Mountain" (1956) Two brothers make
a dangerous mountain search for a plane.
Movie: *** “The FBI Story” (1959, Drama) James Stewart, Vera
Miles. The FBI’s history is reflected in a devoted agent’s career, ffl
Movie: *** “Thunderhead: Son of
F//c/ca” (1945) Roddy McDowall.
Movie: ** “Pin Up Girl" (1944, Comedy) I
Betty Grable, Joe E. Brown.
Movie: “No I
Way Out" I
BET
(4:30) Rap City |227®
Planet Groove | Hit List
Comicview
BET Tonight
227® I Midnight Love
BRAVO
(3:30) Movie
Movie: **★★ "Gate of Hell" (1953,
Drama) Machiko Kyo, Kazuo Hasegawa.
Toscanini: The Maestro
(R)
Movie: *** "House Calls" (1978) A widowed surgeon
gets entangled with an outspoken divorcee. ‘PG’
You’re the Top: The Cole
Porter Story (R)
Movie: *** "The Fox” (1968) Sandy Dennis. A man
threatens the relationship of two lesbian lovers. 'PG'
You’re the Top: The Cole I
Porter Story (R)
COMDY
(4:00) Movie: ★*
“Delirious" (1991)
One Night
Stand
Make Me
Laugh
Daily Show
(R)
Stein’s
Money
Movie: ** “Delirious" (1991, Comedy) John Candy. A
soap writer is swept into the world of his characters.
One Night
Stand
Make Me
Laugh
Daily Show
Stein’s
Money
Saturday Night Live Linda
Hamilton, ffl
Dream On
(Part 2 of 2)
Daily Show
(R)
DISC
Travelers “Caracas" (R)
Wings “The MiG Story"
(R)
Gimme Shelter (R)
Wild Discovery “Legend
of the American Coyote"
Strange but
True
Movie
Magic (R)
Wings Over the Gulf (R)
(Part 3 of 3)
Justice Files “Adoption”
(R)
Wild Discovery “Legend
of the American Coyote"
Strange but
True
Movie
Magic (R)
E!
Uncut (R)
Fashion File
(R)
Model (R)
Gossip
News Daily
Sexy Swimsuits
Playmates of the 1960s
Talk Soup
Night Stand
Howard
Stern
Howard
Stern (R)
Melrose Place “A Promise
Broken" (In Stereo)
Talk Soup
(R)
Night Stand
ESPN
LPGA Golf: Standard
Register Ping
Up Close
Sportscenter NCAA
Special
Extreme
Bloopers
Cheerleading: HS Dance
Team Championships
Figure Skating: World Championships Exhibition. From
Lausanne, Switzerland. (R)
Sportscenter ffl
Strongest
Man
Basketball
Special
Motorcycle Racing: AMA I
Supercross Series.
FAM
Bonanza: The Lost
Episodes
Carol
Burnett
Carol
Burnett
Roots Chicken George wins his freedom in a cockfight;
his son Tom works as a blacksmith for the Confederacy.
Roots (R) (Part 6 of 6) ffl
700 Club Foster care and
adoption.
Bonanza: The Lost
Episodes
Paid
Program
Paid
Program
FSD
Skiing | NBA Action
Last Word
Sports
Figure Skating: Skate Int'l
Skiing | NHL Shots
Clemente (R)
FOX Sports News
FOX Sports News
Last Word |NBA Action
Boxing: Fight Night
HIST
Real West “Wild, Wild
Women"
Pocahontas: Her True
Story (R)
Air Combat Developing a
perfect air mission.
Lost City of the Incas
History’s Crimes & Trials
“Gangland Chicago” (R)
History Undercover
“Movies and the Mob”
World at War "The Bomb”
Lost City of the Incas (R)
History’s Crimes & Trials
“Gangland Chicago" (R)
LIFE
Golden
Girls ®
Golden
Girls ®
Supermar
ket Sweep
Debt
Intimate Portrait “Sally
Field” (R) (In Stereo) ffl
Unsolved Mysteries (In
Stereo)
Movie: ★* "Awake to Danger” (1995) A teen strives to
remember the night her mother was slain.
New
Attitudes ffl
Golden
Girls ffl
Golden
Girls ffl
Unsolved Mysteries (In
Stereo)
Homicide:
Life
NICK
You Afraid?
Rocko’s
Modern Life
Figure It
Out
Tiny Toon
Adventures
Doug (In
Stereo) ffl
Rugrats (In
Stereo)ffl
Secret of
Alex
Bewitched
Wonder
Years ffl
Wonder
Years ffl
Happy Days
I Love Lucy
ffl
Mary Tyler
Moore ffl
Taxi “Mama
Gravas" ffl
Newhart ffl
Dick Van
Dyke
Odd Couple
ffl
Bob
Newhart
SCIFI
Six Million Dollar Man
Quantum Leap ®
Masters
Awards
Sightings (In Stereo) ffl
Movie: ** “Dr. Strange” (1978) Peter Hooten.
Masters
Awards
Sightings (In Stereo) ffl
Movie: ** "Dr. Strange" I
TBS
Saved by
the Bell ®
Saved by
the Bell ®
Family
Matters ®
Family
Matters ®
Andy
Griffith
Andy
Griffith
Thunder ffl
Movie: *** “Total Recall" (1990) Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rachel
Ticotin. Strange dreams lead an earthling to intergalactic intrigue.
Thunder(R)ffl
TLC
Hometime
HomeSvy
Renovation
Renovation
Home Again
Home Again
Medical |Warning |Superstorms (R)
Hurricane Force (Medical |Warning
Superstorms (R) | Hurricane Force (R)
TNT
Kung Fu: The Legend
Continues (R)
Lois & Clark: The New
Adventures of Superman
Babylon 5 “Point of No
Return" (In Stereo) ffl
Movie: *’/ 2 "Flowers in the Attic" (1987, Horror) Four
children are held prisoner by their grandmother.
Movie: *** “Something About Amelia" (1984) A man
harbors an unnatural love for his teen-age daughter.
Movie: * 1 / 2 "Flowers in the Attic" (1987, Horror) Four
children are held prisoner by their grandmother.
USA
(4:00) PGA Golf: Bay Hill
Invitational -- First Round.
Baywatch “Matters of the
Heart" (R) (In Stereo) ®
Highlander: The Series
(R) (In Stereo) ffl
Walker, Texas Ranger
'Standoff" ffl
Movie: ** "The Maddening" (1995) Burt Reynolds. A
deranged couple holds a mother and daughter hostage.
Silk Stalkings “Till Death
Do Us Part” (In Stereo) ffl
Highlander: The Series
"The Modern Prometheus"
La Femme Nikita
‘Rescue” (In Stereo) ffl
DISN
Dinosaurs
®
Growing
Pains ®
Growing
Pains ®
Brotherly
Love ®
Movie: ★* “Pippi Longstocking" (1997, I
Adventure) Voices of Melissa Altro. ‘G’ ffl
Movie: *** “The Secret Garden" (1987,1
Drama) Gennie James. 'PG' ffl
Growing
3 ains ffl
Growing
Pains ffl
Walt Disney Presents:
Mother Goose
Zorro (In
Stereo ffl
Mickey
Mouse Club
Movie: "The Computer
Wore Tennis Shoes" 'G' ffl
HBO
(4:45) Movie: *** “The First Wives
Club" (me, Comedy) Goldie Hawn. 'PG'
Movie:*** "Airplane!"(1980,Comedy) I
Robert Hays, Julie Hagerty. ‘PG’ ®
Real Sports (R) (In
Stereo) ffl
Movie: “Top of the World” (1998) Peter Weller. An ex
cop gets caught up in a Las Vegas casino robbery. 'R'
Taxicab Confessions 3
(R) (In Stereo) ffl
Movie: ** 1 / 2 “Murder at 1600” (1997,
Suspense) Wesley Snipes. ‘R’ ffl
Movie: “The I
Devil’s Own"\
MAX
(3:45) Movie: "A League of
Their Own" (1992) 'PG’ ®
Movie: *** "La Bamba" (1987) A fact-based account
of Ritchie Valens' (1941-59) career. 'PG-13' ®
Movie: **** “G/g/” (1958) Maurice Chevalier. A
young Parisienne is groomed to become a courtesan.
Movie: ** "The Craft" (1996) Teen-age I
witches wreak havoc at their high school.
Movie: "Love Me Twice 2" (1996,
Suspense) Monique Parent. 'NR'
Movie: ** “Children of the I
Corn III: Urban Harvest'”R'l
SHO
(4:30) Movie: ★ "The
Invisible Kid" (1988) ‘PG’
Movie: **’/ 2 “Housesitter" (1992) Steve Martin. A
screwy waitress forcfes herself into an architect’s life. ®
Movie: ** "High School High" (1996,
Comedy) Jon Lovitz. ‘PG-13’ ffl
Movie: * "Hellraiser: Bloodline" (1996, I
Horror) Bruce Ramsay. (In Stereo) ‘R’ ffl
Stargate
SG-1 (R) ffl
Movie: ** “Marked Man" (1996) Roddy Piper. A prison I
inmate who witnessed a murder becomes a fugitive. ‘R’
“Things to I
Do" S
TMC
(4:20) Movie: *V2 “Return
to the Blue Lagoon" (1991)
Movie: ** “Shakes the Clown" (1991,
Comedy) Bobcat Goldthwait. 'R'
Movie: *'/ 2 “Joe’s Apartment" (1996,
Comedy) Jerry O’Connell. ‘PG-13' ffl
Movie: **★ “Sex, Lies, and Videotape"
(1989, Drama) James Spader. 'R'
Movie: **★ “Dressed to Kill" (1980) A suburban
housewife is brutally murdered in an elevator. ‘R’
Movie: ★** “Tucker: The Man and His
Dream"(ms, Drama) Jeff Bridges. 'PG'


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Geraldo Rivera ®
Ricki Lake (R)
Hollywood |Extra®
News
Pictionary
Hunter “Crossfire”
Geraldo Rivera ffl
Ricki Lake
Rosie O’Donnell ffl
NBC
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(7:00) Today (In Stereo) ffl
Maury (R) ®
Montel Williams ®
Jenny Jones (In Stereo)
News®
Jeopardy!
Days of Our Lives ffl
Another World ffl
Sally ffl
Jerry Springer ffl
ABC
o
Good Morning America
Regis & Kathie
Martha
Gayle King
People’s Court (In Stereo)
News
Pt. Charles
All My Children ffl
One Life to Live ffl
General Hospital ffl
Oprah Winfrey (R) ffl
CBC
o
(7:00) CBC Morning News
Playground |SesamePk
Skinnmrk
Mr. Dressup
Wimzie | Lead ffl
Midday ffl
Encore to Pamela Wallin
E.N.G "Malicious Intent"
Reflections
Urban P.
Cents
The Bill
WB
SD
Mask
Garfield
Medicine Woman
700 Club
In the Heat of the Night
Honeymnr
Hillbillies
Hawaii Five-0
Bananas
X-Men ffl
Animaniacs
PinkyBrain
Batman
MeninBIck
UPN
S3
Wacky
C-Bear
Casper® |Step-Step
Spoons | Blossom®
Sunset Beach ffl
All-Family
Amen
Sanford | Good Times
Mr. Cooper
Dinosaurs
Casper ffl
Sam & Max
Rangers
Turtles
PBS
S3
Wimzies
Puzzle
Sesame Street (In Stereo)
Barney & Friends ®
Mr Rogers | Reading
Charlie
Theodore
Sesame Street (In Stereo)
Barney
Couch
Arthur (In Stereo) ffl
Sandiego
Wishbone
CBS
CB
(7:00) This Morning ffl
Quincy “Snake Eyes”
Guiding Light (In Stereo)
Price Is Right ffl
Debt
Young and the Restless | Bold & B.
As the World Turns®
Judge Judy | Judge Judy
Newlywed
Dating
A&E
McMillan and Wife “Man Without a Face"
Equalizer |Quincy |Northern Exposure®
Law & Order “Sanctuary” |McMillan and Wife “Man Without a Face" |Equalizer
AMC
Movie: ★** “A Song Is Bom" (1948) Danny Kaye.
Movie: *** “Tower of London" (1939) I “Beautiful Blonde"
Movie: *** “Out of the Past" (1947)
Movie: **'/!2 “Daisy Kenyon” (1947) Joan Crawford.
“ForestRng” 1
BET
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Video Vibrations
Jam Zone |Jam Zone
Planet Groove (R)
Rap City
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Paid Prog.
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Paid Prog. | Paid Prog. | Paid Prog. | Paid Prog.
II Trovatore (R)
Movie: **** “Gate of Hell" (1953)
Movie: ** "Cromwell" (1970) Richard Harris. ‘G’
COM
Dr. Katz
Daily Show
Movie: ★'/2 “Beer” (1985, Comedy) Rip Torn.
Soap® jUllman
Saturday Night Live ffl
Daily Show
Dr. Katz
Soap® |Kids in Hall
Saturday Night Live ffl
Movie: “Blind Date" (1987)
DISC
Paid Prog.
Paid Prog.
Assignment Discovery
Home Matters (R)
Housesmart! (R)
Interior Mot.
Interior Mot.
Home Matters (R)
Housesmart! (R)
Interior Motives (R)
Great Chefs | Great Chefs
E!
One Day
One Day
Lifestyles-Rich
Sexy Swimsuits (R)
Playmates of the 1960s
Fashion File
Model (R)
News Daily (R)
Lifestyles-Rich
Talk Soup |Fashion File
Melrose Place (In Stereo)
ESPN
Sportscenter (R)
Sportscenter (R)
Sportscenter (R)
Sportscenter (R)
Sportscenter (R)
Auto Show
Billiards (R)
LPGA Golf: Standard Register Ping -- Second Round. |
FAM
Rescue 911 (In Stereo)®
Waltons "The Innocents”
700 Club |Carol Bnt.
Diagnosis Murder ffl
Home & Family (In Stereo)
ShopDrop jShopping
Big Valley
FSD
FOX Sports News (R)
Paid Prog. | Paid Prog.
Paid Prog. I Paid Prog. |To Be Announced
Fit TV Lunch
Ski |Skiing (R)
FOX Sports World: Match of the Week. (R)
NBA Action ] Baseball
HIST
Classroom: Churchill
History Showcase (R)
Movie: **** “In Which We Serve" (1942, Drama) Noel Coward.
Real West
Bikini Atoll (R)
Tank Battles jMovie: **★* “In Which We Serve" (1942, Drama) |
LIFE
Baby
Kids These
Sisters (In Stereo) ®
Breaking Through (R) ®
Thirtysomething ffl
Almost
HopeGlori
Night Court
Night Court
Movie: “Her Hidden Truth" (1995, Drama) Kellie Martin.
Designing
Designing 1
NICK
CharlieB
Rugrats ®
Little Bear ^BiuesClues
Busy World |Muppets
Dr. Seuss |Gu!!ah
Little Bear
BluesClues
Allegra
Rupert
Muppets
Looney
CharlieB | Gadget
Tiny Toon
Garfield
SCIFI
Voyage to Bottom of Sea
Lost in Space
Time Tunnel
Incredible Hulk
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Monsters
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Sci-Fi Buzz
Genesis
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Movie: "Hawk, the Slayer" \
TBS
Gilligan
3’s Co.
Little House
Mama
Mama
Hillbillies |Hillbillies
Matlock “The Narc” ffl
Movie: ★*** “The African Queen" (1951, Adventure)
Flintstones
Flintstones
Looney
Dreams
TLC
Skinnmrk
Critters
Big Garage |Bingo
Pappyland
Skinnmrk
Elementary School (R)
Work in Progress (R)
Onlnside I Great Inns
Inntimate llnntimate
Wedding
Wedding
Furniture
Hometime |
TNT
CHiPs
CHiPs “The Volunteers"
Lonesome Dove: Series
Spenser: For Hire
Movie: **'72 "Relentless ///”(1993) Leo Rossi.
Movie: **'/2 “Shoofouf”(1971) Gregory Peck.
In the Heat of the Night
USA
Webster
Facts-Life
Gimme B.
Strangers
Wings ®
Wings ®
Major Dad
Major Dad
Movie: ** “The Maddening" (1995) Burt Reynolds, ffl
Movie: **'/2 “Pet Sematary" (1989) Dale Midkiff. ffl
PGA Golf (In Stereo Live)
DISN
Goof Troop
Wonderland
Mermaid
Pooh
Bear
Katie-Orbie
Chip-Dale
Madeline ffl
Mermaid |Pooh j Jungle |Tale Spin ffl
Donald |Chip-Dale |Tale Spin ffl |Goof Troop
Timon | Aladdin ffl
HBO
Movie: *** “L///” (1953) Leslie Caron.
Movie: ** ‘W/ncf” (1992) Matthew Modine. ‘PG-13’ ®
Tracey
Movie: *** "The Truth About Cats and Dogs" (1996)
Movie: **'/!2 “The Lion of Africa" (1987, Adventure) ffl
Movie: “Multiplicity" (1996)
MAX
(6:30) Movie I Movie: “Battle Beneath the Earth” (1967) I Movie: ★*'/2 “The Arrival" (1996) Charlie Sheen. ffl
Movie: **★ "Sunset Boulevard" (1950, Drama) ffl
Movie: *’/2 “Tattle Tale" (1992) 'PG' |Movie: ‘Who’s Harry Crumb?" (1989) ffl |
SHO
Movie: **% "Black Sabbath" (1964)
Movie: ★** “The Purple Rose of Cairo"
Movie: V2 “The Earthling"( 1980) William Holden. | “Day Mars-Earth"
Movie: **V!2 “Take Her, She's Mine"( 1963, Comedy)
“Prisoner of Zenda, Inc." 1
TMC
Movie: ** “Back to the Beach" (1987)
Movie: ★*’/2 "Little Heroes" (1991) 'G'
Movie:** “Twin Sitters" (1994) ‘PG-13’ | Movie: ***'/2 “Breakfast at Tiffany's" (1961, Drama) |Movie:**’/2 “Chances Are" (1989)'PG'
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Extra (In
Stereo) ®
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Fiction (In Stereo) ffl
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Stereo) (PA) ffl
News
Cheers (In
Stereo) ffl
Keenen Ivory Wayans
Actress Gena Lee Nolin.
M*A‘S*H ffl
Cosby
Show®
Kwik Witz
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News®
News ®
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News ®
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Fortune ®
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®
Players “Con-Strained" (In
Stereo)ffl
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Homicide: Life on the
Street “Mercy” (In Stereo)
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Tonight Show (In Stereo)
ffl
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looking females, ffl
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News
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CBC
Fashion File
®
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Road Again
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Green Show
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Farce
22 Minutes
Life and Times Canadian
author W.O. Mitchell, ffl
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Update ffl
Newsffl
Stopwatch
(Off Air)
©
WB
Full House
(In Stereo)
Boy Meets
World ®
Family
Matters ®
Different
World ®
Roseanne
(In Stereo)
Mama’s
Family
Movie: ** "Hard to Kill" (1990, Drama) Steven Seagal.
A policeman emerges from a seven-year coma.
Roseanne
(In Stereo)
Mama’s
Family
Cops (In
Stereo) ffl
LAPD: Life
on the Beat
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Patrol
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Universe
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Program
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Program
©
UPN
Simpsons
(In Stereo)
Living
Single ®
Simpsons
(In Stereo)
Home
Improve.
Frasier (In
Stereo) ®
Home
Improve.
NBA Basketball: Toronto Raptors at Detroit Pistons. From the Palace
of Auburn Hills. (Live)
News
Sports Xtra
Star Trek: Deep Space
Nine “Favor the Bold" ffl
Vibe Kevin Bacon, Dr. Dre,
Ed Lover. -
Married...
With
©
PBS
Kratts’
Creatures
Science
Guy
Newshour With Jim
Lehrer ffl
Business
Report
Italian Americans (In Stereo) ®
Frank Sinatra - Concert for the Americas Frank
Sinatra performs many of his hits. (In Stereo)
Frank Sinatra: the Very Good Years
_
Frank Sinatra - Concert 1
for the Americas
©
CBS
Grace
Under Fire
Mad About
You ®
Seinfeld
"The Caddy"
Mad About
You ®
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College Basketball: NCAA Tournament Regional Semifinal - Teams
to Be Announced. (Live) ®
College Basketball: NCAA Tournament Regional Semifinal - Teams
to Be Announced. (Live) ffl
Late Show (R) (In Stereo)
ffl
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Quincy “The Hot Dog
Murder"
Northern Exposure "The
Bumpy Road to Love" ®
Law & Order "Sanctuary”
®
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Stewart-Wonderful Life
America’s Castles
“California Dreamers" (R)
20th Century “Gang
Violence in America" (R)
Law & Order “Breeder" ffl
Biography: Jimmy
Stewart-Wonderful Life
America’s Castles
“California Dreamers" (R)
AMC
(4:30) Movie: **V4 "The
Forest Rangers" (1942)
Movie: **** “Strangers on a Train" (1951) A playboy
suggests a sinister proposition to a tennis star. 'PG'
Movie: *★* "With a Song in My Heart" (1952) Singer
Jane Froman makes a comeback after an accident.
Movie: *** “Gun fora Coward"(1957,
Western) Fred MacMurray, Janice Rule.
Movie: **’/2 "The Omega Man” (1971,
Science Fiction) Charlton Heston. ‘PG’
Movie: ***'/2 “Dead End"
(1937) Humphrey Bogart.
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(4:30) Rap City |227® I Planet Groove Top 20 |Hit List
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II Trovatore Luciano Pavarotti, Sherrill Milnes and Eva Marton star in
a production of Verdi’s tragic opera. (R)
Movie: *** “Bagdad Cafe" (1988) A stranded
foreigner helps the owner of a run-down cafe. 'PG'
Movie: *V!2 "Roadside Prophets" (1992) John Doe. An
L.A. biker journeys to Nevada to find a famed casino.
Inside the Actors Studio
Anjelica Huston. (R)
Movie: *** "Bagdad
Cafe" (1988) ‘PG’
COMDY
(4:00) Movie: *** “Blind
Date" (1987) Bruce Willis.
Absolutely Fabulous "The Last Shout" Patsy and
Edina plan Saffy's wedding in Switzerland. (R)
Movie: *** “9 to 5" (1980) Jane Fonda. Three
working women rebel against their sexist employer.
Movie: ★** “Blind Date" (1
has a strange effect on a yu
987) Bruce Willis. Alcohol
ppie’s beautiful date.
Absolutely Fabulous “The Last Shout” Patsy and
Edina plan Saffy’s v/edding in Switzerland. (R)
DISC
Travelers Kayaking and.
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Wings "Flying Coffins” (R)
Gimme Shelter (R)
Wild Discovery: America's
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Melrose Place "Polluted
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Billiards: Ultimate Nine-
Ball Challenge.
Superbouts
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Sportscenter ffl
Strongest
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(3:00) Movie
Real West
Bikini Atoll (R)
Tank Battles: D-Day to
Victory (R)
Mormon Rebellion
Movie: *** “Cheyenne Autumn" (1964, Western) Richard Widmark, Carroll Baker,
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Mormon Rebellion (R)
Movie: *** “Cheyenne
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Golden
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Supermar
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Intimate Portrait “Carly
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Unsolved Mysteries (In
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Movie: “Mixed Blessings" (1995, Drama) Three
couples face the pressures of first-time parenthood.
New
Attitudes ffl
Golden
Girls ffl
Golden
Girls ffl
Unsolved Mysteries (In
Stereo)
Homicide:
Life
NICK
You Afraid?
Rocko’s
Modern Life
Figure It
Out
Tiny Toon
Adventures
Doug (In
Stereo) ®
Rugrats (In
Stereo) ffl
Kablam! (R)
(In Stereo)
Bewitched
Wonder
Years ffl
Wonder
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Happy Days
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ffl
Mary Tyler
Moore ffl
Taxi ffl
Newhart ffl
Dick Van
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Odd Couple
ffl
Bob
Newhart
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(4:00) Movie: “Hawk”
Masters
Awards
Night Stalker “Vampire"
American Gothic ffl
Movie: ***’/2 “Superman II" (1980, Fantasy) Christopher Reeve.
Masters
Awards
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“Supermn 2"
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Saved by
the Bell ®
Saved by
the Bell ®
Family
Matters ®
Family
Matters ®
Andy
Griffith
Andy
Griffith
Dinner and
a Monkey
Movie: ★** “Edward Scissorhands" (1990, Fantasy) Johnny Depp.
Tim Burton's fairy tale of a man-made misfit in suburbia.
Movie: ***'/2 “Back to the Future" (1985, Fantasy) Michael J. Fox. A
boy travels through time to his parents’ teen-age years.
"Midnight
Express"
TLC
Hometime
HomeSvy
Renovation
Renovation
Home Again
Home Again
Real America: 48 Hours |Fire! (R)
Fire |On Fire Line
Real America: 48 Hours
Fire! (R) IFire (R)
On Fire Line
TNT
Kung Fu: The Legend
Continues "Manhunt" (R)
Lois & Clark: The New
Adventures of Superman
Babylon 5 “Severed
Dreams" (In Stereo) ®
Movie: ★ “Cobra”(1986, Drama) Sylvester Stallone. A
murder probe reveals the possibility of multiple killers.
Movie: ★** “Nighthawks" (1981) Sylvester Stallone.
Two undercover detectives track a European terrorist.
Movie: *V2 “Relentless IV: Ashes to Ashes" (1994) A 1
homicide detective investigates ritualistic murders.
USA
PGA Golf: Bay Hill Invit.
Baywatch “Talk Show" (R)
(In Stereo) ®
Highlander: The Series
“The Modern Prometheus"
Walker, Texas Ranger
“Blown Apart" (In Stereo)
Figure Skating: Champions on Ice. Figure skaters Tara
Lipinski, Oksana Baiul and Viktor Petrenko perform.
Movie: **'/2 “Pet Sematary" (1989) Dale Midkiff. An
ancient burial ground holds a secret for a family, ffl
Movie: **’/2 “Candyman:
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®
Growing
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Pains ®
Brotherly
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Movie: “That Dam Cat" (1997) A feisty
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Movie: *★'/2 "Adventures in Babysitting"
(1987, Comedy) Elisabeth Shue. ‘PG-13’
Day in the Life of Donald
Duck (R) ffl
Walt Disney Presents:
Davy Crockett
“C.C. and
Company”
Mickey
Mouse Club
Movie: **★ “The Barefoot
Executive" (1971) ‘G’ ffl
HBO
(4:00) Movie: **V4
“Multiplicity" (1996) ®
Movie: ** “The Break" (1995) Vincent Van Patten. An
ex-tennis pro becomes a teen novice’s reluctant coach.
Movie: *V2 "Meet Wally Sparks" (1997,
Comedy) Rodney Dangerfield. 'R' ffl
Movie: “High Voltage" (1998, Drama) A small-time
mobster faces off against the Vietnamese mob. ‘NR’ ffl
Dennis
Miller®
Perversions
of Science
Movie: ** "The Relic" (1997, Horror)
Penelope Ann Miller. (In Stereo) ‘R’ ffl
MAX
Movie: *★ “Down Periscope” (1996,
Comedy) Kelsey Grammer. ‘PG-13’ ®
Movie: “Big Bully" (1996) A writer is once
again victimized by a childhood bully. ®
Movie: ★★ “Commandments" (1997) A distraught man
vows to break all of the Ten Commandments. ‘R’ ffl
Movie: ***’/2 “Presumed Innocent" (1990) A married
prosecutor goes on trial for his lover’s murder. ‘R’ ffl
Intimate
Sessions
Movie: "Sinful Intrigue" (1995,
Suspense) Bobby Johnston. ‘NR’
SHO
(4:00) Movie
iMovie: *** "GoldenEye"( 1995, Adventure) Pierce Brosnan. James
Bond enters Russia to retrieve stolen weapon codes. 'PG-13' ®
Movie: ** “Amityville II: The Possession" (1982)
Another family falls victim to the evil Long Island home.
Stargate
SG-1 (R) ffl
Outer Limits “Glyphic" (R)
(In Stereo) ffl
Hunger (R)
(In Stereo)
Poltergeist: The Legacy
Summoning Incan god.
Movie: **★’/2 "Basic
\ Instinct” (1992) ‘R’ ffl
TMC
(4:15) Movie: ** “The
Ref" (1994) Denis Leary.
Movie: ★★V2 "Tiger Heart” (1996,
Adventure) T.J. Roberts. ‘PG-13’ ®
Movie: “Daddy's Girl" (1996) A cherubic
face masks a child's psychopathic soul.
Movie: *V52 “The Fan" (1996, Suspense) A slumping
baseball star is stalked by a psychotic admirer. ‘R’ ffl
Movie: **’/■2 “Homage" (1995, Mystery)
Blythe Danner, Sheryl Lee. (In Stereo) ‘R’
Movie: ** 1 /2 “Eddie Murphy Raw" (1987,1
Comedy) Eddie Murphy. (In Stereo) ‘R’ |


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Hang Time
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Paid Prog.
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Criminals | Lighter Side
PGA Golf: Bay Hill Invitational - Third Round. (Live) HE 1
ABC
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New Doug
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Pepper Ann
Bugs & T.
Bugs & T.
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Senior PGA Golf: Liberty Mutual Legends -- Second Round. (Live) ffl | Skating
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Little Bear
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| World Cup Skiing: Freestyle.
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Animaniacs
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Movie: ★V2 “Direct Hit” (1994) William Forsythe.
Nightman (R) (In Stereo)
Beverly Hills, 90210 ffl
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iMovie: ★★'/2 “The New Age”!1994) Peter Weller.
Team Knight Rider (R)
PBS
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Michigan
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9 Steps to Financial Freedom (R) ®
Best of Antiques Roadshow (In Stereo)
Victory Garden ffl
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New Explorers (R)
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Grand Tour (R) [investigative Reports (R) 120th Century (R)
AMC
(7:00) Movie
Movie: “Sudan" (1945) |Movie: ★★ “The Colossus of New York"
Movie: "Apache Drums"
Movie: ★★ “Female on the Beach"! 1955, Drama)
Movie: ★ “Drums of Tahiti" (1954)
Movie: ★★★★ "The Gunfighter( 1950) 1
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Movie: ★★★ "Bagdad Cafe" (1988) 'PG'
Movie: ★Vi “Roadside Prophets” (1992) John Doe. 'R' 1
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Movie: ★★★★ "Duck Soup” (1933)
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Movie: ★★ “Class" (1983, Drama) Rob Lowe.
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Wonder
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Talk Soup (R)
News Weekend (R)
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Behind the Scenes (R)
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Gossip (R)
ESPN
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Auto Racing: SportsCar |Sportsctr.
Women’s College Basketball
Women’s College Basketball: NCAA East Semifinal
Auto Racing
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Rifleman
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Lindbergh’s Great Race
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Movie: ★★ “Tenchi Muyo in Love" (1996) (In Stereo) HE
V "The Dissident" (R)
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Movie: ★★ “Empire of the Ants” (1977) Joan Collins.
Awards
TBS
Flintstones
Scooby Doo
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National Geographic Explorer (R) BE
Movie: ★★★Vi “Poltergeist" (1982) JoBeth Williams.
Movie: ★★★ "Smokey and the Bandit" (1977, Comedy)
Movie: “Rocky III" (1982)
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Babylon 5 (In Stereo) BE
Movie: ★★ “Big Trouble in Little China" (1986)
Movie: ★ "Cobra" (1986, Drama) Sylvester Stallone.
Movie: ★★★ “Nighthawks”
USA
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WWF LiveWire
Pacific Blue (In Stereo) HE
Movie: ★Vi "A Passion to Kill"! 1994) Scott Bakula.
Figure Skating: Champions on Ice. (R) (In Stereo)
Movie: “Regarding Henry"
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Torkelsons | Pecos Bill | Movie: “Flight of the Navigator" (1986) I
HBO
Movie: ★★Y2 "Mission: Impossible” (1996)
Tom Cruise.
Real Sports (In Stereo) HE | Movie: “Airplane II: The Sequel" (1982)
Movie: “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" (1989) BE
Movie: ★ “Missing Pieces" (1992) Eric Idle. 'PG' ffl | “Sense"
MAX
Movie: ★★ “Dear God" (1996) Greg Kinnear. ‘PG’ HE
Movie: ★★★ “So Big" (1953, Drama) Jane Wyman. BE |Movie: ★★★ “The Year of Living Dangerously” (1982) |Movie: ★★★ “Draqonslayer" (1981) Peter MacNicol. BE |Movie: “Eight Men Out" HE |
SHO
(6:45) Movie | Movie: "My Father, the Hero" (1994) HE
Movie: -k-kVi “Top Secret!" (1984) ‘PG’
Movie: ★★★ "GoldenEye"(1995) Pierce Brosnan. BE
Movie: ★★V2 “Groundhog Day"( 1993) Bill Murray. ‘PG’
Movie: ★★ “Larger Than Life" (1996) ffl
TMC
(7:55) Movie: ★★Vi “Hero" (1992) Dustin Hoffman. HE
Movie: "Home for the Holidays” (1995)
Movie: ★★★Vi "Richard III" [ 1996) Ian McKellen. ‘R’ BE
Movie: ★★'/2 "Basquiat" (1996) Jeffrey Wright. 'R' ®
Movie: ★★★ “Music Box" (1989) 'PG-13'
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Slapshot
News
X-Files “Roland” (In
Stereo) HE
Cops “Las
Vegas” HE
Cops “Las
Vegas"BE
America’s Most Wanted:
America Fights Back ®
News
Cheers (In
Stereo) ®
Mad TV (R) (In Stereo) ffl
Tales From
the Crypt ffl
Tales From
the Crypt®
Almost
Live!
American I
Athlete
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NBC
(3:00) PGA Golf: Bay Hill
Invitational -- Third Round.
News HE
NBC Nightly
News®
Wheel of
Fortune BE
Road to
Riches BE
TV Censored Bloopers
(R) (In Stereo) BE
Pretender "Amnesia” (In
Stereo) ®
Profiler “Every Five
Minutes" (In Stereo) ®
News ffl
Saturday Night Live (In Stereo) ffl
Conan “The Curse of
Afka” (R) (In Stereo)
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ABC
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Skating
Auto
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News
ABC Wld
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Entertainment Tonight (In
Stereo) HE
America’s Funniest
Home Videos (In Stereo)
Nothing Sacred “Holy
Words" (In Stereo) ®
Saturday Night (In Stereo)
®
News
Movie: ★★% “Crash: The Mystery of Flight 1501"
(1990) A pilot's wife tries to clear him of recklessness.
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Saturday
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NHL Hockey: St. Louis Blues at Edmonton Oilers. From the Northlands Coliseum.
(Live) ffl
Movie: ★★Vi
“The Castle"
QD
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Baywatch "Eel Nino" (R)
(In Stereo) BE
Fame L.A. “Reality Check"
(R) (In Stereo) BE
Earth: Final Conflict
“Resurrection” (In Stereo)
Hercules: The Legendary
Journeys (In Stereo) BE
Xena: Warrior Princess
“Forget Me Not" ®
Soldier of Fortune, Inc.
“When the Hammer Falls”
Ghost Stories (R)
F/X: The Series “Shooting
Mickey” (R)
Ellen
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Stereo) BE
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Good News
(In Stereo)
Sparks "Bad
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Roc®
Viper "First Mob Wives
Club" (R) (In Stereo) HE
Wild Things (R) (In
Stereo) ffl
Movie: ★★ “Cop" (1988, 1
Drama) James Woods.
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PBS
Helmut Lotti Goes Classic Tenor Helmut Lotti
performs with the Golden Symphonic Orchestra.
Michael Crawford in Concert Michael Crawford sings
the songs of Broadway.
Yanni: The Tribute Concert From the Taj Mahal and
the Forbidden City Yanni performs in India and China.
Roy Orbison & Friends -- A Black and
White Night (In Stereo)
Yanni: The Tribute Concert From the 1
Taj Mahal and the Forbidden City (R) I
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CBS
College Basketball:
NCAA Tourn.
College Basketball: NCAA Tournament Regional Final
-- Teams to Be Announced. (Live) HE
Dr. Quinn, Medicine
Woman (In Stereo) BE
Magnificent Seven
“Inmate 78” (In Stereo) ffl
Walker, Texas Ranger
“Everyday Heroes" ®
NYPD Blue “Dead and
Gone” (In Stereo) ffl
Soul Train Taral. (R) (In
Stereo)
Pensacola: Wings of
Gold “Company Town” (R) 1
A&E
American Justice (R)
Foot Soldier "The Axis"
■R'
Mysteries of the Bible
“John the Baptist"
Biography This Week
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“Kids Behind Bars” (R)
Michael Bolton: Live by Request (R)
Biography This Week (R)
Investigative Reports 1
“Kids Behind Bars" (R)
AMC
Movie: ★★★ “Demetrius and the
Gladiators" (1954) Victor Mature.
Movie: ★★★ “The Young Philadelphians" (1959, Drama) Paul
Newman. An ambitious lawyer connives his way to the top.
Movie: ★★★Vi “The Pleasure of His Company" (1961)
A father attempts to stop his daughter's wedding plans.
Movie: ★★★ “The Old Man and the Sea”
(1958, Drama) Spencer Tracy.
Movie: ★★★★ “Rebecca" (1940, Drama) 1
Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine. j
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Teen Summit (R)
Thea | Planet Groove Top 20 (R)
Hit List [Comicview |Comicview
Movie
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Saltimbanco (R)
National
Arts (R)
Handel’s Messiah The Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, performs
the famous oratorio in Holland. (R)
Movie: ★★★Vi "Things Change" (1988) Don Ameche.
An Italian immigrant is mistaken for a mob kingpin. ‘PG’
Movie: ★★★ “Bert Rigby, You're a Fool" (1989) A coal
miner seeks stardom as a musical entertainer. ‘R’
Movie: ★★★V2 “Things
Change" (1988) 'PG'
COMDY
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Absolutely
Fabulous
Make Me
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Make Me
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(R)
Bill Bellamy
T. Davidson
Sinbad: Brain Damaged
(R)
South Park
“Volcano” ®
Viva Variety
(R)
Aspen Comedy Festival II
(R)
Movie: ★★ “Class" (1983, Drama) Rob Lowe. A prep- 1
school student has a fling with his roomie’s mother.
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“Fear” (R)
Bomb Detectives (R)
Raging Planet:
“Hurricane" (R)
Wild Discovery: Acrobats-
Spinner Dolphins
Last Neanderthal? (R)
Justice Files "Have Faith"
(R)
New Detectives: Case
Studies-Forensic
Wild Discovery: Acrobats-
Spinner Dolphins
Last Neanderthal? (R)
E!
News Weekend (R)
Titanic Mania (R)
Fashion
Emergency
Model TV
Talk Soup (R)
Movie: ★★ “Lower Level" (1991) Elizabeth Gracen. An
architect is terrorized by a psychotic security guard.
Howard
Stem (R)
Howard
Stern (R)
Howard Stern’s Miss
America (R)
Movie: ★ "The Silence of
the Hams" (1994, Comedy)
ESPN
Auto Racing: NASCAR
Grand National
LPGA Golf: Standard Register Ping -
Third Round. From Phoenix. (Live)
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Midwest Regional Semifinal - Teams to Be Announced.
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Women’s College Basketball: NCAA 1
West Semifinal
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Movie: ★★★ “Blazing Saddles" (1974) Cleavon Little. A
black sheriff raises eyebrows in a small Western town.
Movie: "Loyal Opposition: Terror in the White House"
(1998, Drama) Joan Van Ark. (In Stereo) HE
Movie: ★★ "Murder Times Seven" (1990, Suspense) A
New York detective clashes with a special task force.
Super Bloopers & New
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Paid
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Tennis
Clemente (R)
College Hockey: CCHA Tournament Championship -- Teams to Be Announced.
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Last Word |IHL Hockey: Cleveland at Detroit
HIST
Lindbergh’s Great Race:
Mechanics Here?
Real Rasputin (R)
History’s Mysteries
“Movies and the Mob"
Movie: ★★Vi “The WildBlue Yonder"(1951) World War
II pilots train for action with the B-29 bomber.
Movie: ★★★ “GungHo!"{ 1943) Randolph Scott.
Marines attempt to seize a Japanese-occupied island.
Movie: ★★% "The WildBlue Yonder (1951) World Warl
II pilots train for action with the B-29 bomber.
LIFE
(4:00) Movie: ★★% “Honor
Thy Mother" (1992)
Movie: "Indiscretion of an American Wife"( 1998) A
diplomat's lonely wife finds passion with another man.
Movie: ★★!£ “Jack Reed: One of Our Own" (1996,
Drama) Brian Dennehy, Charles Dutton, Susan Ruttan.
Movie: ★★V2 “Jack Reed: A Search for Justice" (1994)
The Chicago cop uncovers a club owner's crime ring.
Girls’ Night Out (R) (In
Stereo) ffl
Night Court
Paid
Program
NICK
Wonder
Years HE
Tiny Toon
Adventures
Figure It
Out
Rocko’s
Modern Life
Doug (In
Stereo) BE
Angry
Beavers
Rugrats (In
Stereo) BE
All That (In
Stereo)
Sports Theater: “Broken
Record"
Wonder
Years ®
Wonder
Years®
Happy Days
Happy Days
"Kid Stuff"
Taxi®
Dick Van
Dyke
Bob
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Newhart ffl
SCIFI
Mystery Science Theater 3000
Movie: ★★'/2 “Official Denial" (1993) Parker Stevenson.
Movie: "The Advanced Guard” (1998, Science Fiction)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 (R)
“The Advanced Guard" ffl 1
TBS
(4:05) Movie: ★★★ "Rocky
///" (1982, Drama)
WCW Saturday Night HE
Movie: ★★★★ “Rain Man"[ 1988, Drama) Dustin Hoffman, Tom Cruise, Valeria
Golino. The Oscar-winning study of an autistic man and his brother.
Movie: ★★★ “Saturday Night Fever" (1977, Drama) John Travolta. A I
man’s only escape from his humdrum existence is dancing.
“Thunder-
Light"
TLC
Understanding “Cities"
Understanding (R) | Understanding “Oceans”
Understanding "Cars" (R) [Understanding "Flight”
Understanding “Universe”
Understanding “Time" (R) [Understanding "Senses” [Understanding “Viruses” 1
TNT
(4:00) Movie: ★★★
“Nighthawks" (1981)
Movie: ★★% “In the Company of Darkness" (1993) A
rookie cop inadvertently exposes her own dark past.
Movie: ★★Vi “Don Juan DeMarco" (1995) A
psychiatrist counsels an emotionally confused lothario.
Movie: ★ "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1992, Comedy) Kristy
Swanson. A high-school cheerleader wages war against the undead.
Movie: ★★ "Hammer” (1972, Drama)
Fred Williamson, Vonetta McGee.
USA
(4:00) Movie: ★★
“Regarding Henry” (1991)
Movie: “Moby Dick" (1998, Adventure) An obsessed
sea captain hunts down a legendary white whale. HE
Movie: “Moby Dick" (1998, Adventure) An obsessed
sea captain hunts down a legendary white whale. BE
Movie: ★★ “Ruby Jean and Joe" (1996) Tom Selleck. A
fading rodeo star and a hitchhiker forge a relationship.
Movie: ★★★ “The Dream Team" (1989) Four mental
patients find themselves loose in Manhattan, ffl
DISN
Bug Juice
(R) HE
Growing
Pains HE
Growing
Pains HE
Muppets
Tonight! BE
Movie: ★★ “The Mighty Ducks" (1992,
Comedy) Emilio Estevez. 'PG' BE
Movie: ★★★ “Flight of the Navigator" (1986) An alien I
spacecraft holds the key to a boy’s disappearance. 'PG'
Goofy
Holiday
Walt Disney Presents:
Davy Crockett
Zorro (In
Stereo ffl
Spin and
Marty (R) ffl
Movie: ★★Vi “Freaky
Friday" (1977, Comedy) ‘G’
HBO
(4:30) Movie: “Sense and Sensibility" (1995) Two
sisters forage for romance in 18th-century England. HE
Movie: ★★% “Mission: Impossible" (1996) A botched
mission puts a spy on the run from his employers. BE
Movie: “Always Outnumbered"!, 1998, Drama) An ex-
con tries to reform his life on the streets of L.A. ®
U.S. Comedy Arts-Tribute
to Monty Python
Movie: ★★★'/!2 "Lethal Weapon 2" (1989) 1
Riggs and Murtaugh battle drug-smuggling
\del Gibson,
diplomats.
MAX
(4:00) Movie: ★★★ “Eight
Men Out" (1988) 'PG' HE
Movie: ★★★ “Twister" (1996) Helen Hunt. Storm
chasers race to test a new tornado-monitoring device. |
Movie: ★Vi “Diabolique"{1996, Suspense) A brutish
schoolmaster’s wife and mistress plot his demise. 'R' HE
Movie: ★Vi “Dead Tides" (1996, Drama)
Roddy Piper, Tawny Kitaen. ‘R’
Movie: ★ “Scoring" (1995, Adult) Wendy Hamilton. An
erotic film composer discovers life imitating art. 'NR'
“Cheech-
Chong"
SHO
My Giant:
Movie News
Movie: “Wishbone's Dog Days of the West’’(1998) The
cute canine finds himself caught up in the Wild West.
My Life as a I
Dog (R) HE
Movie: ★★★ “The Birdcage"(1996) Robin Williams. A
son’s engagement throws a kink into a gay couple’s life.
Movie: ★★ V1 “Kingpin" (1996, Comedy) A washed-up I
bowler takes on an Amish farmer as a protege. ‘PG-13’
Women-
Passion
Red Shoe I
Diaries ffl I
Hunger (In
Stereo) ffl
Beverly
Hills
TMC
(3:20) Movie
Movie: ★★ "Alaska" (1996) Thora Birch. Two youths
brave the tundra to find their missing father. 'PG' HE
Movie: ★★ “Sunset Park" (1996,
Comedy-Drama) Rhea Perlman. ‘R’ BE
Movie: ★★★★ “The Godfather" (1972, Drama) Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James
Caan. A mafia patriarch tries to hold his empire together. (In Stereo) 'R' ®
Movie: “Fargo" (1996) A businessman's
kidnapping scheme spins Out of control.
“The French
Connection"


MARCH 15, 1998
rating guide
O see it now g wait for the video
£2 read a book instead
recent openings
“The Big Lebowski” O Those
deadpan dispensers of hip anarchy,
the Coen brothers, are at it again,
this time with Jeff Bridges as a
burned-out dude who likes to drink
White Russians and bowl with his
buddies. But when he’s mistaken for
another Lebowski, he’s drawn into a
vaguely Raymond Chandleresque go-
round as an inept bagman in a kid
napping. More scattered than the
Coen’s best films (“Fargo”), it’s still
exuberant. John Goodman, John
Turturro and Julianne Moore co-star.
R. - Matt Black
“Dark City” £9 Mysterious forces
in the dark, gothic cityscape close in
on baffled everyman Rufus Sewell,
but the eerie, cadaverous aliens waft
ing like bad dreams through the
night are reminiscent of “Nosferatu,”
and all the other techniques are bor
rowed from someplace else as well.
Terrific nocturnal visuals can’t com
pensate for lack of depth in this sci-fi
film noir. There’s lots of eye-appeal,
but characters seem no more involv
ing than pieces of a puzzle. R. - M.
Black
“Hush” £0 There’s nothing shock
ing about this film, other than the
fact it was made in the first place.
Jessica Lange stars as a crazed
woman determined to destroy her
pregnant daughter-in-law (Gwyneth
Paltrow) with mind games and sinis
ter manipulation. Lange’s character
never quite embodies evil, and the
younger actors simply slip into for
gettable stereotypes. PG-13. -
Michelle Banks
“Kissing a Fool” £3 Predictability
and contrivance get the better of the
mostly sunny energies put forth by
David Schwimmer and Jason Lee as
likable careerists involved with the
same woman. Lee’s character is
attracted to book editor Mili Avital,
but he instead fixes her up with his
TV sportscaster buddy. The fire
works are forced, all the way to the
altar. R. - M. Black
“U.S. Marshals” O Tommy Lee
Jones reprises his Oscar-winning role
as the relentless U.S. Marshal Sam
Gerard from the blockbuster “The
Fugitive.” This time he’s chasing
Wesley Snipes, an escaped prisoner
who hopes to prove his innocence in a
double homicide. Though Snipes
doesn’t have the charisma of original
prisoner-on-the-lam Harrison Ford,
Jones’ solid performance is one to
trust wholeheartedly for an exciting
ride. PG-13. -M. Banks
Bright film
adds color
to blondness
“The Real Blonde” O
By Matt Black
Special to the Journal
“The Real Blonde” smartly enlarges
the satiric take writer-director Tom
DiCillo brought to independent film-
making in “Living in Oblivion.”
Blondeness here serves as a clever
metaphor for what’s real and what
isn’t in the film’s mini-universe of
young aspirants to performance-ori
ented and image-based careers as
dancers, models and actors.
The one who’s out of step is
Matthew Modine’s glum, uncompro
mising actor. He refuses to do com
mercial work even though his rela
tionship with Christine Keener’s
deservedly exasperated makeup artist
and breadwinner is heading toward
the breaking point.
The blondes who do come along are
bottle blondes, and they have a lot to
say about their integrity and depth —
especially Bridgette Wilson’s cover
girl, who tries to convince Keener
she’s deep by citing “The Little
Mermaid.” But DiCillo allows her and
Elizabeth Berkley (atoning for
“Showgirls”) to be likable characters,
while Daryl Hannah’s man-eater isn’t.
In fact, women come off better than
men in this smart skewering of down
town blather, especially as mouthed
by Maxwell Caulfield’s swaggering,
commitment-shy narcissist. There’s
helpful support, too, from Kathleen
Turner’s tough agent, Mario Thomas’
hard-driving fashion photog and
Christopher Lloyd’s prissy caterer
in a film that’s a little island of
brightness in a so-far drab season.
R.
still showing
o
see it now
“Afterglow” PG-13. -M. Black
“Alien Resurrection” R. - M.
Banks
“Amistad” R. - Ellen Creager
“The Apostle” R. - M. Black
“As Good As It Gets” PG-13. - M.
Black
“Boogie Nights” R. - M. Black
“The Borrowers” PG. - M. Banks
“Deconstructing Harry” R. - M.
Black
“Deep Rising” R. - M. Banks
“The Full Monty” R. - John
Gallagher
“Good Will Hunting” R. - M. Black
“Kundun” PG-13. -M. Black
“LA Confidential” R. - M. Black
“Live Flesh” R. - M. Black
“Mousehunt” PG. - M. Banks
“Scream 2” R. - M. Banks
“Swept from the Sea” PG-13. - M.
Banks
“Titanic” PG-13. - M. Banks
“Wag the Dog” PG-13. - M. Black
“The Wedding Singer” PG-13. - M.
Banks
wait for the video
“Anastasia” G. - Gary Graff
“Oscar and Lucinda” R. - E.C.
“Sphere” PG-13. - M. Banks
“Spice World” PG. - G.G.
“Tomorrow Never Dies” PG-13. -
M. Banks
“Blues Brothers 2000” PG-13. - M.
Black
“Deceiver” R. - M. Black
“Desperate Measures” R. - M.
Banks
“Firestorm” R. - M. Banks
“For Richer or Poorer” PG-13. -
M. Black
“Great Expectations” R. - M.
Black
“Hard Rain” R. - M. Black
“KrippendorTs Tribe” PG-13. -M.
Banks
“Palmetto” PG-13. - M. Black
“The Replacement Killers” R. -
M. Black
not review
“American Werewolf in Paris” R.
“The Education of Little Tree” PG.
coming attractions
Opening Friday
“Wild Things” The lives of four
cunning characters intertwine in the
murky swamps of the Florida
Everglades and at a ritzy yacht club,
resulting in revenge, lust and mur
der. Kevin Bacon, Matt Dillon, Neve
Campbell and Bill Murray star. R.
For metro Detroit movie
listings, see the Movie Guide
on Page 12, or call 810-77-
FILMS or 313-88-FILMS.
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On the run again Photos by Michael Weinstein
Tommy Lee Jones reprises his role as super-cool super sleuth Lt. Sam Gerard in
the thriller, “U.S. Marshals.” This time around, Gerard has his sights on Wesley
Snipes’ Mark Sheridan, who lost his freedom and apparently his hair when he was
wrongly convicted of a double murder. Sheridan escapes confinement to prove his
innocence and to remind moviegoers that the only innocent people in the world
are in jail.


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MARCH
15, 1998
going out
Paint the town green on Tuesday
By Kathlyn Hood
Journal Staff Writer
S t. Patrick’s Day is Tuesday
and there are plenty of ways
to celebrate:
■ An after-the-parade party, featur
ing singer Michael O’Brien and
sponsored by the Irish Northern
Aid Committee, is 3-8:30 today at
St. Andrews Hall, 431 E. Congress,
Detroit. There will be Irish food
and sing-alongs. Admission is $5
(under 12 free). Call 313-839-4932.
■ The eighth annual St. Patrick’s
Day Autism Benefit, sponsored by
Wayne County Society for Autistic
Citizens is 5 p.m. Tuesday at the
Soup Kitchen Saloon, 1585 Franklin
at Orleans, Detroit. Call 313-259-
2643.
■ Celtic music will be performed by
Marianne Murphy at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Royal Oak Brewery, 215
E. Fourth, Royal Oak, 248-544-
1141.
■ A St. Patrick’s Day celebration to
benefit the Muscular Dystrophy
Association of Michigan will be held
Tuesday at JD’s Macomb Theatre.
Entertainers include Karen
Newman, Danny O’David Trio,
Ernie Douglas (the Acoustic
Terminator) and Jon Ross
Dancemagic Show, and there will
be a traditional Irish buffet. It
starts at 6 p.m. at 31 N. Walnut,
Mt. Clemens. Call 810-465-5154.
■ The Magic Bag features the Los
Angeles-based Irish-American
band, the Young Dubliners, fol
lowed by the film “The
Commitments,” on Wednesday;
doors open at 8 p.m., music starts
at 9 and the movie at 10.
Admission is $5. The Bag is at
22920 Woodward, Ferndale. Call
248-544-1991.
■ At the Ark in Ann Arbor, you can
celebrate as late as March 28, when
Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann
(Musicians’ Association of Ireland)
presents Irish fiddler Martin Hayes
with guitarist Dennis Cahill. The
show is 8 p.m., at 316 S. Main, Ann
Arbor. Tickets are $15. Call Frank
Edgley at 519-948-9149 or Sean
Fallon at 734-420-0962.
Film fest
The 36th Ann Arbor Film Festival, Tue.
through next Sun. at Ann Arbor’s Michigan
Theater, features 16 mm independent and
experimental films with 14 screenings over
six days. There will be about 100 films in a
mix that includes animation, documentary,
narrative and experimental film. No film
will be shown twice unless it is awarded and
programmed into the award winners’ screen
ings on Sun. Show times: 7 p.m. Tue.; 7 and
9:30 p.m. Wed. and Fri.; 7, 9:30 and 11 p.m ;
Thu.; 1, 7 and 9:30 p.m. Sat. and winners’
screenings at 5, 7 and 9 p.m. next Sun. $35
for the week, $5 for a single screening, $10
for an entire evening of screenings. 603
Liberty, Ann Arbor, 313-995-5356.
Good music, good cause
R&B artist Brian McKnight, singer Debra
Lewis and jazz saxophonist Pamela
Williams will perform in a benefit for the
choral students at Detroit’s Martin Luther
King Jr. Senior High School. The “Cotton
Club” ambience show, hosted by comedian
Mike Bonner, is 7 p.m. Fri. at the Westin
Hotel’s Renaissance Ballroom, Detroit.
Tickets are $65 and available at the high
school, 3200 E. Lafayette, or through
Ticketmaster. The choral students are rais
ing funds to participate in the 1998
International Choral Music Festival
Competition, called the Sherwood Forest
music festival, in Nottingham, England, and
Paris. For information, call choral director
Alice Lloyd at 313-494-7373.
Selected gigs
■ Sixth annual Novi Boating Expo, noon-7
today, Novi Expo Center. $6.50, under 12
free. 800-224-3008.
■ Detroit Sunday Journal classical music
writer John Guinn will preview the upcom
ing Borodin String Quartet performance; his
talk ($12) begins at 3 p.m. today at the
Community House, 380 S. Bates,
Birmingham, 248-644-5832.
■ The Borodin String Quartet will perform
works of Dmitry Shostakovich at 8 p.m.
Wed. at Orchestra Hall, Detroit, 313-576-
5111. $5-$39; presented by Chamber Music
Society of Detroit.
■ The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, conduct
ed by Yuri Temirkanov, will perform Elgar
and Rachmaninoff, 3 p.m. today, $17-$42,
Orchestra Hall, Detroit, 313-576-5111.
■ Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals,
6:30 tonight, $20, State Theatre, Detroit. 313-
961-5450.
■ Unwound, 7 p.m. Tue., $7, Magic Stick,
Detroit. 313-833-9700.
■ 19 Wheels with Dovetail Joint and Train,
9:30 p.m. Thu., $6, Blind Pig, Ann Arbor.
734-996-8555.
■ Surf-rock legends the Ventures with the
Bent Scepters, 9 p.m. Fri., $17.50, Magic
Stick, Detroit. 313-833-9700.
■ Detroit Chamber Winds’ Nightnotes series
presents the Detroit-area appearance of
flutist DeMarre McGill, 8 p.m. Fri.,
Hagopian’s World of Rugs, 850 S. Old
Woodward, Birmingham, 248-362-9320. $16.
■ Helium with Aurora, 10 p.m. Fri., $7,
Blind Pig, Ann Arbor. 734-761-1818.
■ Michigan’s Home and Garden Antiques
Market, 2-9 p.m. Fri., noon-8 Sat. and noon-
5 next Sun., Southfield Pavilion, 26000
Evergreen, Southfield, 810-469-1706. $6.
■ Joshua Redman Quartet, 7:30 and 10 p.m.
Sat., $20, the Ark, Ann Arbor. 734-761-1818.
■ Detroit Symphony Orchestra, conducted
by Eri Klas, will perform works by
Rachmaninoff, Mussorgsky, Rimsky-
Korsakov and Prokofiev, 8 p.m. Thu., 10:45
a.m. and 8:30 p.m. Sat., Orchestra Hall,
Detroit, 313-576-5111. $17-$42.
■ New Millennium Youth Theatre
Company’s first production, “The
Brementown Musicians,” an adaptation of
the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale, 10:30
a.m. Sat. and March 28, Millennium Center,
15600 J.L. Hudson, Southfield, 248-552-
1225. $5.
Music
Soup Kitchen Saloon (music begins at 9):
DOWG Band open blues jam session, every
Tue.; 25 Dive offers funk-jazz and more,
every Wed.; Back Door Blues Band, Fri.;
Cleveland Fats, Sat., 1585 Franklin at
Orleans, Detroit, 313-259-1374 ... Sisko’s:
Ambient Funk, every Wed.; the James Cloyd
Group, every Thu.; Mudpuppy, Fri.-Sat.,
5855 Monroe at Van Bom, Taylor, 313-278-
5340 ... Swing-a-Billy, free dance lessons
with swing and rock-a-billy music played by
a DJ, 8 p.m. every Sun.; Solar (techno and
house), every Wed., $5, Blind Pig, 208 S.
First, Ann Arbor, 734-996-8555 ... Memphis
Smoke: Righteous Willy, tonight; Moonpie
Fontana, Tue.; Starlight Drifters, Wed.;
Black Market, Thu.; Dawn Campbell & Blue
Fusion, Fri.; Lady Sunshine & the X Band,
Sat.; Gillespie, Rasmussen & Raffoul (GRR),
next Sun., 100 S. Main, Royal Oak, 248-543-
4300 ... Fox & Hounds: Original Hits, Mon.;
Jerry Mack & the Terraplanes, Tue.; Steve
Nardella, Wed.; Blue Suit featuring Alberta
Adams, Thu; Blue Hawaiians, Fri.-Sat.,
1560 Woodward, Bloomfield Hills, 248-644-
4800 ... Moby Dicks: Working Man Jam
Session hosted by Diamond Dukes, 6:30
Wed.; Bad JuJu, Thu.; Robert Penn, Sat.,
5452 Schaefer, Dearborn, 313-581-3650 ...
Lower Town Grill: Robert Penn, Fri.; the
Alligators, Sat., 195 W. Liberty, Plymouth,
313-451-1213 ... Sean Blackman and John
Arnold, 9 p.m. Fri.-Sat., Smitty’s, 222 Main
St., Rochester, 248-652-1600 ... Jill Jack, 10
p.m. Fri.-Sat., Jimmy’s, 123 Kercheval,
Grosse Pointe Farms, 313-861-8101 ...
Library Sports Pub & Grill, music starts at
10 p.m.: Jill Jack, Thu.; Foolish Mortals,
Fri.; Mystery Train featuring Jim McCarty,
Sat., 42100 Grand River, Novi, 248-349-9110
... Library Sports Pub & Grill Chapter II
(music begins at 10): Dawn Campbell and
Blue Fusion, Thu.; Mystery Train featuring
Jim McCarty, Fri.; 2XL, Sat., 32530 Central
Parkway, Westland, 313-421-2250 ... Kodiak
Grill (music begins at 10): 2XL, Fri.; Dawn
Campbell and Blue Fusion, Sat., 45660
Mound, Utica, 810-731-1^50 ... Royal Oak
Brewery (music begins at 8:30): Joe
Serrapere, Wed.; Robert Jones, Thu., 215 E.
Fourth, 248-544-1141 .... the Look, 9 p.m.
Fri.-Sat., Union Lake Grill and Bar, 2280
Union Lake Rd., Commerce Twp., 248-360-
7450 ... Mt. Chalet (music begins at 10):
Tangerine Trousers, tonight; Black Fuzz,
Sat., 4715 Woodward, Royal Oak, 248-549-
2929 ... Bo’s Bistro (music begins at 9:30):
GRR, Tue.; Nightfire, Sat., 51 N. Saginaw,
Pontiac, 248-338-6200 ... Isabella, 7 p.m.
Wed., Colangelo’s, Saginaw and Pike,
Pontiac, 248-334-2275 ... Gillespie,
Rasmussen & Raffoul, 9 p.m. every Mon. in
March, Four Green Fields, 30919 N.
Woodward, Royal Oak, 248-280-2902 ...
Coyote Club (music at 10): Buster’s Blues
Band, Thu.; Sheila Landis, Fri.; Jo
Serrapere, Sat., Pontiac, 248-332-4695 ...
GRR, 10 p.m. Wed., Woody’s, 208 W. Fifth
St., Royal Oak, 248-543-6911 ... Bluecat
Blues Band, 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., the
Roadhouse, 24276 Hall, Clinton Twp., 810-
463-7133 ... Spat!, 10 p.m. Sat., 313 Jac
(above Jacoby’s), 624 Brush in Bricktown,
Detroit, $5, 313-886-7860 ... Bluecat Blues
Band, 7-11 p.m. Tue., Victory Inn, Mound at
12 Mile, Warren, 810-751-4140 ... Eddie
Pawl’s presents light jazz with Sandra
Bomar, Wed., Fri.-Sat.; opera night every
Tue. with vocalists from the Michigan Opera
Theater; cigar and martini night every Wed.;
salsa night every Thu., 6880 E. 12 Mile,
Warren, 810-573-8100 ... Roadrunner’s Raft:
Sweet Claudette and the Original
Corrupters, 10 p.m. every Mon., 2363
Yemans at Brombach, Hamtramck, 313-873-
7238 ... Live acid jazz with Transmission on
the first and third Tue. and Poignant
Plecostomus on second and fourth Tue., $5
cover, Bird of Paradise, 207 S. Ashley, Ann
Arbor.
Theater/dance
Performance Network: “The Compleat
Works of Wllm. Shkspr,” (abridged) present
ed by the Shadow Theatre Company, 2 and 7
p.m. today, $9-$ 12; world premiere of Ari
Roth’s “Life in Refusal,” previews 8 p.m.
Fri.-Sat. and 7 p.m. next Sun., $10; regular
show times 8 p.m. Thu.-Sat. and 2 and 7
p.m. Sun., through April 12. Tickets $12 and
$15. 408 W. Washington, Ann Arbor, 734-
663-0681 ... Paper Bag Productions’“The
Wizard of Oz,” featuring 30 performers ages
8-18; performances include lunch; noon Sat.,
1 p.m.; Sun., through April 11. $7.50.
Historic Players Club, 3321 E. Jefferson,
Detroit, 810-662-8118 ... “Dreamgirls,”
through March 22, 8 p.m. Tue.-Thu., 2 and 8
p.m. Sat. and 2 and 7:30 p.m. Sun, $24-$49,
Detroit Opera House, 1526 Broadway,
Detroit, 313-872-1000 ... Edward Taylor’s
“Murder by Misadventure,” previews 8 p.m.
Wed.-Fri., $18; opening night 6 p.m. Sat,
$32.; regular performances 8 p.m. Tue.-Thu.,
2 p.m. Wed., Sat.-Sun. ($22); 8 p.m. Fri. and
6:30 p.m. Sun. ($26.50); 6 and 8 p.m. Sat.
($32), Meadow Brook Theatre, Rochester,
248-377-3300 ... Ridgedale Players presents
“Brigadoon,” 3 p.m. today, 205 W. Long Lake,
Troy, 248-988-7049 ... “Fences,” through next
Sun., $15, Detroit Repertory Theatre, 13103
Woodrow Wilson, Detroit, 313-868-1347.
Film/comedy
Detroit Historical Museum presents a sec
ond screening of the recently completed doc
umentary “The Hudson’s Building,” written
and produced by Emmy Award-winners Gary
Glaser and Dave Toorongian, narrated by
Dave Dixon, 1 p.m. Sat., $3, 5401 Woodward
at Kirby, Detroit, 313-833-7934 ... Leo
Defour, 8:30 p.m. Thu., $8, (dinner and show,
$18.95); 8:15 and 10:45 p.m. Fri. and Sat.,
$10/$20.95, Paisano’s/Joey’s Comedy Club,
5070 Schaefer, Dearborn, 313-584-8885 ...
Second City’s “Down River Dance,” 8 p.m.
Wed.-Thu. and Sun., 8 and 10:30 Fri.-Sat.,
$10-$ 19.50, 313-965-2222 ... MaryAnn
DeMoss and open mike, ages 18 and up, 7:30
every Tue., JD’s Macomb Theatre, 31 N.
Walnut, Mt. Clemens, 810-465-5154 ...
Improve comedy troupe the 3rd Level, 8 p.m.
(doors open 7) every Sun., Joey’s Comedy
Club, 36071 Plymouth, Livonia, 734-438-
1381 ... Detroit Film Theatre: “Fireworks,” 3
and 7 today; “For Ever Mozart,” 7:30 Mon.;
“Meanstreets,” 7 and 9:30 Fri.; 4, 7 and 9:30
Sat.; 4 and 7 next Sun., Detroit Institute of
Arts auditorium, enter from John R, $4.50,
313-833-2323 ... Ann Arbor Silent Film
Society’s “Academy Awards, 1927-1973,”
with excerpts from “The Bolero,” works by
Charlie Chaplin, “Wings,” “Flowers and
Trees,” “Gone with the Wind,” Marlon
Brando, Groucho Marx, Walt Disney,
“Lullaby of Broadway,” and more; 3 p.m.
next Sun., $4, Clarion Hotel, 2900 Jackson,
across from Weber’s Inn, Ann Arbor, 734-
677-1359 ... Southfield’s Classic Cinema
Series presents “The Day That Shook the
World,” 7 p.m. Fri., $3, Southfield Centre for
the Arts, 24350 Southfield, 248-424-9022.
Other
Classy Country Plus, line dance instruc
tion and workouts by Dawn Malek and
Kathy Hinchman, wives of locked-out work
ers, at two locations: St. John Lutheran
Church, 14 Mile at Utica, Fraser, 7-8:30 p.m.
Tuesdays through May 5 (beginning this
week), and Ridgewood Recreation Center,
See GOING OUT, Page 23


MARCH 15, 1998
THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
PAGE 23
Summer forecast: Fun
SUMMER, From Page 10
featuring Boyz II Men, Brian
McKnight and Uncle Sam.
There are a number of intriguing
pairings as well, from the obvious —
country teens LeAnn Rimes and
Bryan White — to the unusual team
ing of Michael Bolton and Wynonna
Judd. Also on the road together will
be Beck and Ben Folds Five, Chicago
and Hall & Oates, the Temptations
and Four Tops, Deep Purple and
Dream Theater and the Pretenders
with the B-52’s.
While some of the big pop and rock
tours — such as Van Halen, the Spice
Girls and Janet Jackson (with Usher)
— are expected to hit the Detroit area
during the spring, the summer sched
ule still will feature plenty of major
names, including Jimmy Page &
Robert Plant, Metallica, Rod Stewart,
Bob Dylan, Matchbox 20, Fiona Apple,
the Beastie Boys, Widespread Panic,
Motley Crue (pending drummer
Tommy Lee’s legal travails),
Backstreet Boys and, possibly,
Aerosmith.
Classic rock fans, meanwhile, will
be sated with perennials such as
Eddie Money (who opens Pine Knob
on May 22), Stevie Nicks, Steve
Miller, the Allman Brothers Band,
Bonnie Raitt, Ted Nugent, Meat Loaf,
Grand Funk Railroad, the Doobie
Brothers, REO Sp? ^dwagon,
Foreigner, Pat Benatar, the Beach
Boys and the Moody Blues. Phil
Collins will also be on the road, but
this time with his big band that plays
jazz staples as well as rearranged ver
sions of his hits with Genesis and as a
solo artist.
And if the ’80s really are coming
back, then a reunited Culture Club is
hoping to take advantage of the nos
talgia with its own summer tour.
Country fans will have their fill
with Vince Gill, Clint Black, Reba
McEntire and the first-ever outing by
Shania Twain. R&B fans will get to
hear Smokey Robinson, Barry White,
Luther Vandross and Lionel Richie.
Bobby Sherman and the Monkees’
Davy Jones will headline a teen idols
package, while John Tesh and, possi
bly, Yanni will entertain the New Age
crowd.
The Chieftains and the Gipsy Kings
will offer Irish and Spanish music,
respectively. Brian Setzer will take his
own big band on the road, and jazz
fans will be served by the supergroup
Fourplay as well as an outing by
Wynton Marsalis’ Lincoln Center Jazz
Orchestra.
It won’t just be music this summer,
either. Comedians such as Steven
Wright and Carrot Top will be on the
road, as will family-oriented stage pro
ductions of “Pinocchio,” “Beauty and
the Beast” and “The Wizard of Oz.”
Paint the town green
GOING OUT, From Page 22
13333 Racine, Warren, 1-2 p.m. Mondays
through May 18 (beginning March 30). $5 per
class. Call 810-792-5897 or 810-939-8742....
Birmingham’s Baldwin Library “Booktalk,” a
discussion group for grades 4-6; this month:
“Jim Ugly” by Sid Fleischman. 4:15 Fri., 300 W.
Merrill, Birmingham, 248-647-1700, ext. 3.
Exhibits/art/design
Casa de Unidad Cultural Arts and Media
Center, exhibit by Nicaraguan artist Gladys
Sovoda, through April 24, Cultural Arts and
Media Center, 1920 Scotten, 313-843-9598 ...
“There Must Be a Better Way,” exhibit of social-
activist paintings, through Sat., 11-3 Tue., Thu.
and Sat., Swords into Plowshares Peace Center
and Gallery, 33 E. Adams on Grand Circus
Park, 313-963-7575 ... Detroit Institute of Arts
workshops (call 313-833-4249): For ages 5-8
(accompanied by adult): painting, 10-noon Sat.;
printmaking, 9:30-11:30 Sat.; children, $10;
adult, $8 ($8 and $6 for Founders Society mem
bers). Drop-in Workshops for everyone (free
with museum admission): NAMES Project
AIDS Memorial Quilt, 1 p.m. today in the
classroom. DIA exhibits include “Harbingers of
Spring: the Flowering Cherry and Plum,” Wed.
through May 31; “Early Modem Masterpieces:
Selections from the Permanent Collection,”
through March 31; “Year of the Tiger,” through
May 3; “A Celebration of Lithography: 19th-
Century Invention and Innovation” and
“French and American Posters of the 1890s,”
both through April 5. Museum hours 11-4
Wed.-Fri., 11-5 weekends, 313-833-7900
Photo exhibit by Anthony Bitonti, Rebecca
Cook, Joe Crachiola, Bruce Giffin, Marianne
Letasi and Juan N. Only (John N. Only),
through April 11, Cass Cafe, 4620 Cass,
Detroit, 313-831-1400 ... “Sentimental Signs,”
iron wall objects by Gary S. Griffin, through
March 28, Wearley Studio Gallery, 1719 W. 14
Mile, east of Woodward, Royal Oak, 248-549-
3016 ... Cranbrook Art Museum: Lecture by
artist Elaine Reichek, 7:30 p.m. Thu., free with
museum admission; “Chairs of Words: A Visual
Essay by Carla Harryman,” “For the Young at
Art: Selections from the Permanent Collection
for the Younger Visitor” and “Beautiful Scenes:
Selections from the Cranbrook Archives by
Buzz Spector,” all through March 29; “Olga de
Amaral: Nine Stelae” and “Art on the Edge of
Fashion,” both through April 5. $5, $3 for 65
and older, free for 7 and younger, 1221 N.
Woodward, Bloomfield Hills, 248-645-3323 ...
Toledo Museum of Art: “Bound to Be
Interesting: Unusual & Impressive Book
Bindings,” through next Sun.; “Intimate
Encounters: Love and Domesticity in 18th-
Century France,” through May 20, 2445
Monroe at Scottwood Ave., 419-255-8000.
New on sale
Majestic: Johnny Winter, March 27, $20;
the Specials, April 9, $20; Burning Spear, May
1, $15 ... Creed, Cool for August and Samiam,
April 14, State Theatre, $15 ... Backstreet
Boys, July 24, Palace, $26.50 ... Michigan
Theater, Ann Arbor: ekoostik hookah & Guster,
April 17, $12.50; Shawn Colvin and Loudon
Wainwright III, March 24, $35 and $25.
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Supports the
Sunday Journal and the
Detroit Newspaper
Workers.
in the public service
LOCAL 1346
Warren Consolidated Schools
Send our support to Newspaper
Workers in Their Struggle
Charlie Kerszykowski
Business Manager & Financial Secretary
I.B.E.W.-Local 17
No part of the service we render,
nor any job that we perform,
shall ever become so important, \\]
that we cannot take the time to do
the job safely!
in the public service
LOCAL 732
We Support Your Right To
Fight For Dignity and Justice
ROSEVILLE COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
EXECUTIVE BOARD AND MEMBERS
UAW LOCAL 898
Membership, leadership and retirees
continue to support the locked-out
newspaper workers of Detroit.
NORTHWEST LOCAL 163
Supports the
Struggling Newspaper Workers
and the Sunday Journal
LOCAL 82
BEST WISHES AND
m HOPE FOR THE END OF
a# THIS struggle
MICHAEL PHELPS
PRESIDENT
MERCEDES
CONWAY
Secretary
between the lines
Schor’s a hit off-Broadway
D etroiter Miriam Schor is
winning rave reviews in
“Hedwig and the Angry
Inch,” the hot off-Broadway musical
about a botched sex-change opera
tion. It’s showing at the New Jane
Theatre in Greenwich Village.
Schor, 26, graduated from Femdale
High School and studied English
and acting at the University of
Michigan. Schor’s dad, Fran, is an
associate professor at Wayne State
University and an active supporter
of the locked-out newspaper work
ers. He helped organize the Action!
Motown teach-in last June.
Memphis to Detroit Blues
Some Detroiters are going to
walk away from Memphis in May
with a W.C. Handy blues award.
We hear tell that the Royal Oak-
based blues magazine Big City
Blues, formerly known as Detroit
Blues, won the W.C. Handy “keep
ing the blues alive in print” award,
although the final list of winners
hasn’t been officially released.
Word is Bonnie Raitt will present
the award to publisher Robert
Whitall at the award ceremonies
in early May. Charlie Auringer is
art director of the magazine when
he isn’t operating as design direc
tor of the Metro Times.
Go 4 trouble
Broadcaster Mike Wendland of
Channel 4 blasted his own station
on the radio and in the pages of
the Detroit News, and now finds
himself in deep do-do with his boss,
Henry Maldonado. Seems Mike
objected to Channel 4 running
Jerry Springer’s show in after-
school hours. Wendland is on a roll;
he also sent an angry missive to
the Metro Times, objecting to Jack
Lessenberry’s account of a media
conference on diversity, in which
Lessenberry criticized “rather
pompous” Free Press line-crosser
David Ashenfelter for his
“humorless attitude” in sticking up
for other born-again Christians.
Got good stuff for BTL? Fax us
at 313-964-5554 or e-mail to
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Steve
PRESIDENT
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SoTxdrviCtcy
The Executive <
Board & Membership of
UAW Local 22
continue their support of the
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President
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The membership officers &
executive board support our
locked out brothers
and sisters in their
struggle for a fair
settlement.
An injury
TO ONE 1$
AN INJURY
TO ALL!
The members & officers of the
Transportation Communications
Union stand with the newspaper
workers in Detroit.
In Solidarity!
Robert A. Scardelletti
International President
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will continue to support our
fellow union brothers and sis
ters in their struggle with The
Detroit News and Free Press.
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SALLY EILEEN JOHN HENRY
BIER DAVIS JR.
president Financial
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Ruth G. Wesson (Sousa), March
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Survived by her daughter Lois St.
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Aubin; sisters Carol Smith and
Janette Schwedt and brother Edward
Sousa. She was a political and social
activist, supporter of the newspaper
strikers. A member and retiree from
UFCW Local 876. A wonderful lady,
she was 77 years young.
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Congratulations
Congratulations, Keith and Sherri
on the birth of Kaitlyn Nicole
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Congratulations!!!
Sr. Annette Zipple, Sr. Mary King,
and Sr. Irene Therese Gumbleton!
To the honorees for the
“Good Samaritan Awards"
on Tuesday, March 17,1998,
at the IBEW Local 58 Hall
(Electrical Workers Union Hall)
- Pat Murphy
Birthdays
Happy Birthday, Kathy Kucyk!
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happy birthday, ME
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Community Services, 8625 Jos.
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Seeking person with excellent
phone skills for busy company. Must
type 45 wpm. Benefit package and
401k available. Send resume with
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Help Wanted
Administrator
Excellent planning, organizational,
writing and interpersonal skills.
Demonstrated ability in finance, fund
development, computers, office
supervision. Familiarity with Waldorf
education preferred. Resumes to:
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School, 2555 Burns, Detroit, Ml
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Development Director
Progressive non-profit agency serv
ing homeless/at-risk families seeks
skilled professional to coordinate
fund-raising, public relations, and
outreach. Skills in donor develop
ment and public relations and ability
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lations crucial. M.A.-level degree in
related area and at least 3 years
experience required. Salary starts in
mid 30’s, DOE. Send resume (and
work samples) to Director, SOS
Community Services, 101 S. Huron,
Ypsilanti, Ml 48197. EOE.
Driver - Central United Methodist
Church needs a Van Driver who can
assist the Church School Depart
ment between driving times. Must be
21 years or older for Sundays and
some other occasions. $7.00 per
hour, approximately 6-8 hours per
Sunday or less. Please call the
church office to set up interview
(313) 965-5422.
Legal Secretary - Detroit-based
Union Local is looking for a Legal
Secretary with 1-5 years experience.
Proficient in Word Perfect 6.0 or
above; self motivated; superior orga
nizational skills. Send resume to:
Paul J. Policicchio, President, 2604
Fourth St., Detroit Ml 48201.
Receptionist
A caring, competent presence for all
who interact with our school.
Genuine love and respect for chil
dren. Excellent interpersonal skills
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Mouse Pads
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Volume I Books in Hillsdale
(517) 437-2228 and Wooden
Spoon Books in Ann Arbor (734)
769-4775 - both stores with good
general stock, used books, special
ties: labor history, socialism, cook
books, technical.
ZALLA’S WIDE
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Men’s and Ladies’ Dress, Casual
and Tennis Shoes. Discount to
Locked-out Workers
(313) 421-5610
Misc. for Sale
ART LIQUIDATION
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First Quality Italian Art
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please check:
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Furniture: - Moving/must sell: modern
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and chairs, china cabinet. Also a com
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dition. Southfield/Call (248) 358-3254.
Furniture: - 1920’s walnut dining
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with 6 chairs. Must sell $600. Valued
at $2,000. Call (313) 527-7245 ask
for Dennis or Sherry.
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for protected union activity!
A most sincere Thank you!
To our good friends at Party Jacks,
Bill and Phyllis in Shelby Township,
for not selling the scab papers since
the inception of the strike.
— Bob and Dianne F.
Belleville/New Boston area
GET YOUR LAWN SIGNS!
(313) 753-4033
Biff notes that the Journal has copy
righted “Mixed Messages.” Does this
mean that the Journal claims ownership
of the messages that appear under this
heading? My lawyers (whom I actually
pay, I might add) assure me that I own
these words, not the Journal. But,
of course, I’ll sell them to the Journal
for use under “Mixed Messages.” In
other words I don’t owe you a dollar
per word, but you owe me $74.
The Journal thanks the above advertiser
for the “offer," but wishes to state clearly
that it in no way claims “ownership” of any
submitted form of “communication” (Biff,
or otherwise-guise). Frankly, any other
ad, or seemingly other-worldly-coded
syntax that may in any way be construed
as “advertising" is treated accordingly. It is
only the ad category name, “Mixed
Messages'"" that is legally protected, and
rightly so. In this, or any classified ad cat
egory, one writes at one’s own risk, and of
course the individual must ultimately ’pay
the price.” We merely print your ad and
bill you. Your invoice is in the mail now,
even as we “speak.”
When will Women’s Collegiate
Basketball begin to receive
major newspaper coverage?
- M. Rachael Guevara, O.P.
Sarah: I know Randy’s answer was
YES, last week, but what was the
question? - Tollbooth Guy
Mary: You’re a female and older than
me, but that doesn’t make you my
mother. But I love you anyways.
Happy Birthday. - Randy
Mixed Massages? Shouldn’t that go
in the Service Directory? Oh. Sorry.
WAYNE COUNTY PURCHASING DIVISION
600 RANDOLPH STREET
DETROIT, MICHIGAN 48226
(313) 224-7796
INVITATION FOR BID
for
Cold Patch
for
Wayne County Department ot Public Services
Inventory Section
Central Maintenance Yard
29900 Goddard Road
Romulus, Ml 48174
Bid Date: Monday, March 30,1998
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Control #98-37-132
INVITATION FOR BID
for
Removing Pavement (Milling Method)
on Primary Roads, Bridge Decks and
Other Various Locations
for
County of Wayne, Michigan ,
Bid Date: Tuesday, March 31,1998
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Control #98-37-130
INVITATION FOR BID
for
Gloves
for
Wayne County Department of Public Services
Inventory Section
Central Maintenance Yard
29900 Goddard Road
Romulus, Ml 48174
Bid Date: Monday, March 30,1998
Time: 2:30 p.m.
Control #98-37-133
INVITATION FOR BID
for
All Purpose Cleaner Disinfectant in
55 Gallon Drums
for
Wayne County Sheriff’s Department
Andrew C. Baird Detention Facility
Wayne County Jail, Circuit Court
and William B. Dickerson Facility
in
Wayne County, Michigan
Bid Date: Monday, March 30, 1998
Time: 3:00 p.m.
Control #98-37-134
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Detroit City Council will hold a PUBLIC HEARING in the Council
Committee Room, 13th Floor of the City-County Building on
THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1998
at 10:00 a.m.
Notice is hereby given that the City Council for the City of Detroit by
resolution has declared its intent to adopt a resolution establishing a
Brownfield Redevelopment Authority pursuant to Public Act No. 381 of
1996 and establishing a Brownfield Redevelopment Zone as being coter
minous with the corporate boundaries of the City of Detroit. Eligible prop
erties within the Zone will be designated separately but may include non
contiguous properties within the corporate boundaries of the City of
Detroit. Any and all citizens, taxpayers, officials from a taxing jurisdiction
whose millage may be subject to capture under a Brownfield plan or,
property owner in the proposed zone of the City of Detroit may come for
ward and be heard regarding the establishment of the Authority or the
boundaries of the proposed Zone.
All interested persons are invited to be present and heard as to their
views. Persons making oral presentations are encouraged to submit writ
ten copies to the City Clerk’s Office for the record.
Jackie L. Currie
City Clerk
NOTICE TO THE HEARING IMPAIRED:
If you would like a sign language interpreter to be present at this public
hearing, please call the City Council Research and Analysis Division at
224-4946 at least 48 hours before the scheduled hearing time.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
The Detroit City Council will hold PUBLIC HEARINGS on MONDAY,
MARCH 23, 1998 in the Council’s Committee Room, 13th Floor of the
City-County Building to consider the advisability of adopting the following:
10:00 A.M.
Proposed amendment to the Detroit Master Plan of Policies for
the properties in the vicinity of the intersection of Weaver and
Greenview Avenues to allow for the construction of a commercial
recreation facility on presently vacant land.
10:05 A.M.
Proposed ordinance to amend Chapter 61 of the 1984 Detroit City
Code, Ord. 390-G, by amending Article XV, District Map No. 69,
to modify an existing PD (Planned Development) and to show a
PD zoning district classification where an R3 (Low Density
Residential District) zoning classification is presently shown on
properties located on the north side of Weaver between the
Weaver-Penrod Playground and the property at 11500
Greenview, more commonly known as 18400-18530 Weaver.
All interested persons are invited to be present and heard as to their
views. Persons making oral presentations are encouraged to submit
written copies to the City Clerk’s Office for the record.
A copy of the amendments is available in the office of the City Clerk
during regular business hours.
Jackie L. Currie
City Clerk
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MSU ousts EMU from NCAA
HENNING, From Page 32
cal fouls. Valentine, in turn, was repri
manded by the Big Ten (he can’t offici
ate non-conference games involving
Big Ten teams during the 1998-99 sea
son) for making a bad second-technical
call on Knight.
Fair’s fair. And the conference seems
to have handled this one reasonably
well.
Knight makes a half-million dollars
a year and can handle the $10,000
whack, especially when the alternative
was to sit out a game during Indiana’s
tournament run. Valentine gets a pub
lic slap for not keeping his head when
Knight came onto the floor to check out
an injured Hoosier.
Knight, in fact, could hardly have
been expected to show restraint during
this fracas with Valentine, or in his
remarks afterward. The problem,
though, with allowing a coach to call
the officiating a “travesty” — Knight’s
word afterward — is that you invite it
to occur over and over, with ugly long
term effects. The Big Ten had to deal
with a couple of meltdowns here, and
handled the matter appropriately.
Ill — Michigan State dusts off
Eastern Michigan in NCAA opener
This was the first game involving the
five Michigan teams in the tourna
ment.
It was also one of the few times since
Michigan State's Magic Johnson hey
day that the Spartans have played
with any real clout in a first-round
NCAA tourney game.
Quite an accomplishment, in that
context, to dispatch an EMU team by
12 points in a game that various
experts had pegged as a sure-thing
Upset Special.
State had entered the tournament
wobbly and shaken after losing badly
to Minnesota in its first-round Big Ten
tourney game. There was also a per
ception that MSU had perhaps played
over its head in a year that was not
necessarily vintage by Big Ten basket
ball standards.
Eastern, on the other hand, had 5-
foot-5 dazzler Earl Boykins and a full
tank of momentum coming off its big
Mid-American Conference season.
But what we saw was a Michigan
State team use its muscle to put
Boykins in chains and run a smaller,
shallower Eagles team out of the game.
It was an impressive display by the
Spartans, whose poise was as notice
able as their defense.
There was also no comparison
between backcourts. Boykins ran in
circles most of the night, while Mateen
Cleaves and State's slick freshman,
Charlie Bell, took Eastern apart.
What the game also showed is that
State's young coach, Tom Izzo, is up to
the job, a question that could not, at
this point, have been totally dismissed.
State's game plan, its adjustments, not
to mention its defense, all were reflec
tions of the guy on the bench.
The only question coming into the
weekend was the thought that applies
to any team in the NCAA tournament:
How long would it last? There were no
available crystal balls as MSU got
ready for a very good Princeton team,
while Michigan, the University of
Detroit Mercy and Western Michigan
hitched up their shorts ahead of their
own first-round tests.
It would be nice, indeed, to see a lit
tle local representation in next week's
regionals.
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Noon, Pistons, Utah at Detroit, Channel 4.
Noon, College basketball, NCAA Tournament,
second round (till 7 p.m.), Channel 62.
1 p.m., Women’s basketball, NCAA Tournament,
second round, ESPN2.
1:30 p.m., Auto racing, CART Grand Prix of
Miami, Channel 7.
1:30 p.m., Curling, Labatt Brier Champion
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2 p.m., Auto racing, NASCAR Busch Bell South
Mobility/Opryland 320, TNN.
2:30 p.m., Tennis, Newsweek Champions Cup,
men’s final, ESPN.
3 p.m., Golf, Honda Classic, final round,
Channel 4.
3 p.m., NPSL Soccer, Buffalo at Detroit, Fox
Sports Detroit.
4 p.m., MLS Soccer, DC United at Miami,
Channel 7.
5:30 p.m., Golf, Toshiba Senior Classic, final
round, ESPN.
7 p.m., ABL basketball, championship series
game, Fox Sports Detroit.
7 p.m., Women’s basketball, NCAA Tournament,
second-round triple-header, ESPN2.
8 p.m., NHL, Colorado at Anaheim, ESPN.
MONDAY
7 p.m., Tigers exhibition, Detroit vs. Cincinnati,
Fox Sports Detroit.
7:30 p.m., Women’s basketball, NCAA
Tournament, second-round doubleheader,
ESPN2.
7:30 p.m., Pistons, Detroit at Miami, Channel
50.
7:30 p.m., College basketball, NIT second-round
game, ESPN.
9:30 p.m., Women’s basketball, NCAA tourna
ment, second-round game, ESPN.
TUESDAY
7:30 p.m., College basketball, NIT second-round
game, ESPN.
7:30 p.m., Red Wings, Edmonton at Detroit, Fox
Sports Detroit.
8 p.m., NBA, Chicago at Indiana, TNT.
9:30 p.m., College basketball, NIT second-round
game, ESPN.
WEDNESDAY
7:30 p.m., Pistons, Philadelphia at Detroit,
Channel 50.
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By Reginald McGhee
Special to the Sunday Journal
The best thing that can be said about
the U.S. national soccer team’s three
recent losses following its surprising
1-0 victory over defending World Cup
champion Brazil Feb. 10 is better now
than later.
First came a closely contested 1-0
loss to Mexico in the Gold Cup final
match Feb. 15.
The loss to Mexico, however, revealed
two problems that would haunt the
U.S. in its subsequent matches — an
inconsistent defense and an inability to
finish scoring opportunities.
Less than a week later the U.S. was
overwhelmed 2-0 by the Netherlands.
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loss was that the Dutch scored just
moments into both halves, the U.S.
being caught twice in the warm-up
mode. The Dutch team played a tough,
physical game, marked by incredible
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speed from its forwards.
A few days later the U.S. lost 2-0 to
Belgium. The U.S. was unable to con
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was pressured throughout the game by
the Belgians, who are headed to a fifth
consecutive World Cup.
Asked about the disappointing let
down, U.S. Captain John Harkes
replied that the team was “very
fatigued mentally and physically.”
The losses against World Cup com
petitors give the U.S. team a preview of
what can be expected in Cup competi
tion in France. The up side is that there
still is time to rectify problems before
the U.S. plays its first World Cup
match, against Germany June 15.
The U.S. has four other games before
the World Cup: April 22 against
Austria; and home games May 16 and
24 against opponents to be determined.
The final exhibition will be May 30 at
RFK Stadium against Scotland.
Timely learning experience
for U.S. national soccer team


MARCH 15, 1998
THE DETROIT SUNDAY JOURNAL
PAGE 29
Added weeks of deer hunting a good try by DNR
By Jerry Posey
Special to the Sunday Journal
The deer hunting seasons are over
for another year. All that is left are the
discussions that are taking place, and
will continue to take place, right up
until the next deer season starts.
As an outdoor writer, I talk to and
receive mail from many outdoor-type
people. Most of them are hunters.
Each has an opinion on how much
good was done by adding a two-week
antlerless deer season onto the end of
a season some feel is already too long.
There are two sides.
By Richard L. Shook
Special to the Sunday Journal
Some of the finest people in the land
will have their time in the sun this
month. And they won’t have to go
south to get it.
Another round of prep tournaments
this month points out the contribu
tions high school coaches make to the
American scene.
Good high school coaches touch
lives. Not just the young men and
women they coach, but the entire com
munity in which they work.
They demonstrate that hard work,
vision, dedication to an ideal, charac
ter, integrity and teamwork are more
than just abstract concepts. And they
lead to a payoff far beyond money.
They have to. The amount of time
coaches devote to a sport divided into
the money they get in return figures
out to about two cents an hour — truly
minimum wage.
And there’s a lesson here that kids
need to learn.
Choose a profession you love. If you
can’t wait for the next work day to
begin, you’re in the right profession. If
you get a great salary, too, so much the
better.
But on a scale of job attributes rang
ing from one through 10, money
should generally rank 11th or 12th.
Winning isn’t what it’s all about,
either.
One area coach just went 0-season.
Didn’t turn him into an ax murderer
or a screaming lunatic, either. The kids
don’t know it, but they had been hand
ed one heck of a conversation starter.
Can you hear it?
“Hey, we had a perfect season my
senior year! (Pause) Didn’t win a
game.”
Laughing at yourself is a lesson not
everybody learns.
Not everyone can win a state cham
pionship.
But everyone can give 100 percent of
what he or she has — leave it all on
the court, in the pool, on the track, in
the classroom.
High school coaches and teachers
can help kids understand that.
My first professional contact with
prep coaches came through conducting
On one hand, you have the insur
ance companies who get stuck with
the costs of repairing the vehicles
damaged in the many deer and car
accidents. There are the farmers who
have to absorb the losses caused to
crops by the hungry, overpopulated
herds.
Both think the problems we have
experienced the past few years are
caused by mismanagement by the
Department of Natural Resources,
which seems to have control of any
decision made regarding changes that
might affect the numbers of deer
the high school football and basketball
polls for United Press International.
Taking ratings from as many as 32
coaches each week, it didn’t take long
to see their integrity and passion.
Certain coaches would be successful
from season to season or school to
school. The reason? They were orga
nized; they had a program.
Once in a while you’d run into a ras
cal, but the vast majority were consci
entious even to the point of ranking
their own team fairly.
Maybe they get that way because of
the nature of the position.
Kids have so many more things com
peting for their time now that playing
a varsity sport isn’t the top priority it
used to be. And without players, you
can’t have teams.
Parents haven’t changed. There’s
still a certain few who aren’t the least
bit bashful about wanting to share
their immense knowledge with a dim-
bulb coach. Or to revise the starting
lineup so their kids are in it.
Coaches have to reconcile their per
sonal philosophies with those of the
school board or superintendent.
Should the program be competitive
at the state level? At the conference
level? Or hew to the idea that prep
athletics are merely another extracur
ricular activity to participate in, with
winning strictly a secondary consider
ation?
In some places, kids feel forced in
ninth grade (or even earlier) to choose
one sport over another. And not just
because they’re played at the same
time.
Eliminating middle school programs
has brought about a rise in the use of
AAU teams or elite travel teams as
substitutes. They’re outside school
control — but sometimes only techni
cally.
The message kids often get is be on
those out-of-season teams or risk not
making the varsity next season.
There’s a fine line between that and
doing all you can as a coach to build a
strong program, helping the gifted and
keeping the integrity of the inter
scholastic ideal intact.
Maybe that’s why coaches are spe
cial. They have to be.
allowed to exist in the state.
On the other hand, you have weekend
hunters who see few, if any, deer during
the little time they spend in the woods
and fields. Many of them feel there still
are not enough deer, so herds should be
allowed to grow.
The manufacturers and sales people
involved in the many businesses that
profit from the increased deer herds do
not want the herd reduced. This group
includes owners of motels, gas stations
and restaurants. The more deer, the
more the business for their operations.
Most hunters seem to like the length
ened season. It gives them more oppor
tunities to try their luck, a few more
days of hunting.
Many hunters feel the lengthened
season may hurt the deer herds. After
all, common sense dictates that the
more hours hunters spend in the
woods, the greater the number of deer
that will be harvested.
We don’t really know what the deer
herd looks like now that the extended
season is over. But my belief is that we
have to do something and that if the
DNR doesn’t try to do what seems like
the right thing to most of us, sooner or
later someone is going to pass laws and
regulations that may really mess up
what is one of Michigan’s most popular
outdoor activities and attractions.
I have read columnists who say that
not enough is being done, that adding
two more weeks to the regular season is
only a start.
But this is actually the first time that
any steps have been taken to drastical
ly reduce the ever-increasing herds,
except when they opened the regular
season to include antlerless deer. For at
least the past 30 years, most efforts
were to build the herds, so there would
be more deer available for the many
Michigan hunters and the out-of-state
visitors who join us.
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kind.
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Probably we should wait till the final
results are in before judging the out
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MARCH 15, 1998
i
Red Wings trying to clean up defensive act
HARRIS, From Page 32
vious form, allowing the Blackhawks
13 shots. Osgood had to make several
more outstanding saves to preserve the
shutout, which was the 20th of his
career. That ties him with Roger
Crozier for fourth place on Detroit’s all-
time list.
Scotty Bowman was left with a sour
taste in the mouth.
“Two periods, we were good. The
third period unacceptable,” said
Bowman. “I didn’t like the third period.
You’ve got to do better than that. It’s
not very often that I’m unhappy after a
win, but I’m unhappy tonight.”
But he was pleased with Osgood’s
performance.
“It was a good game for Chris
Osgood. Some shutouts you don’t get
much work,” Bowman said. “I didn’t
like the way we gave him work in the
third period. He made some of his best
saves in the third period.”
After Thursday night’s victory,
Osgood expressed some displeasure
with the media over the criticism he’s
received.
“I had three bad games. ... It’s not
the fans’ fault. To be honest, it’s you
guys’ fault,” he said. “I didn’t think I
was mad, because I know I can play in
this league. I had played well for a long
time. ... I gave up three goals in three
games before that. I don’t think it’s
fair.”
Briefly
■ The Red Wings and veteran de-
fenseman Larry Murphy have reached
an agreement on a two-year contract
extension and a club option for a third
year, according to sources.
Murphy, who turned 37 on March 8,
was in the last year of a contract that
paid him $2.5 million. The extension
will pay $2.9 million a season.
■ Because Kevin Hodson reinjured a
hip flexor when he took over for
Osgood in Tuesday night’s 6-3 loss to
the Bruins, the Wings called up goal-
tender Norm Maracle from their
American Hockey League affiliate, the
Adirondack Red Wings. They also
placed Brent Gilchrist, who missed two
games with a sore groin, on injured
reserve.
■ In honor of a story about the Red
Wings’ Russian players that appeared
in the February issue of GQ, the mag
azine donated $10,000 to former Red
Wings trainer Sergei Mnatsakanov.
He, of course, suffered a serious head
injury in the June 13 limousine acci
dent in which Vladimir Konstantinov
also suffered a serious head injury.
The presentation was made at a
party thrown by GQ at the Fox Theatre
Wednesday night.
Journal photo by REBECCA COOK
Detroit Red Wings Trainer John Wharton (shaking hands) and Assistant Coach Bariy
Smith greet injured team masseur Sergei Mnatsakanov and his wife, Elena, Thursday
night at the Fox Theatre.
When the lights went out, MSU’s luck didn’t
By Terry Cabell
Journal Staff Writer
Maybe it was just a minor incident.
Then again, perhaps it was an omen, a
good omen.
With 3:15 remaining in Thursday
night’s opening round NCAA
Tournament game between Michigan
State and Eastern Michigan, MSU
guard Charlie Bell stepped to the char
ity stripe to attempt two free throws.
Just before Bell shot the first, the
lights in the Hartford (Conn.) Center
went out.
The place was pitch dark.
Just about every MSU fan in the
world must have felt something bad
was about to happen. The Spartans’
recent NCAA Tournament history dic
tated it.
In 1986, for instance, there was the
great clock debacle in Kansas City.
With Michigan State leading Kansas
with 2:21 to play, the game clock
stopped for about 15 seconds while the
game continued. Officials, unclear on
how much time actually was lost,
decided to continue the game without
taking any time off the clock. The
Jayhawks then overcame a six-point
deficit in the final minute to tie the
score in regulation and won, 96-86.
In 1990, there was the great over
sight in New Orleans. With Michigan
State leading Georgia Tech, 75-73, Tech
guard Kenny Anderson sank a jumper
that tied the game and sent it into
overtime. Replays showed Anderson
had clearly shot the ball after the
buzzer sounded to end the game. But
officials ruled the basket good, and
Georgia Tech beat the Spartans, 81-80.
Then there was the 85-84 double
overtime loss to Utah in 1991 in
Tucson, Ariz., and the disappointing
79-72 opening-round upset to Weber
State in 1995 in Tallahassee, Fla.
So, on Thursday night, it didn’t take
much imagination to know what was
going through MSU Coach Tom Izzo’s
mind when the lights went out.
The anxiety was to be brief, however.
Within minutes, electricians had
worked to correct the problem, the
lights, though dim, had returned, and
Michigan State and Eastern Michigan
continued play.
Bell, celebrating his 19th birthday,
proceeded to make both free throws.
He finished with a career-high 22
points to lead the No. 16-ranked and
No. 4-seeded Spartans to an 83-71 vic
tory over the Eagles in East Regional
action.
For Izzo and MSU fans, it was a
relief — a relief that another NCAA
Tournament game had not been jinxed.
Even more, it was relief that the
Spartans weren’t headed back to the
hotel to pack their bags to head home,
as they did after losing to Minnesota in
the opening round of the Big Ten
Tournament last week.
No matter what was to come in the
the NCAA Tournament, including
Saturday’s second-round matchup
against Princeton, Michigan State
proved Thursday night that its share of
the Big Ten Conference title was no
fluke.
Led by multi-talented sophomore
guard Mateen Cleaves, who had 20
points in the victory over Eastern
Michigan, Michigan State (21-7) can
play with anybody in the country. Of
course, many MSU followers have
thought that for some time. But it took
Thursday’s NCAA Tournament con
quest of Eastern Michigan, the Mid
American Conference Tournament
champion, to validate that belief.
The Spartans rebounded well and
played great defense against the
Eagles — switching to a matchup zone
when Cleaves picked up two quick
fouls in the first six minutes of the
game. The MSU zone forced the Eagles
into a season-low 2-for-19 shooting dis
play from three-point range, and
EMU’s two big guns, Earl Boykins and
Derrick Dial, were a combined 2-for-15
from beyond the arc.
In the end, that pretty much was the
story — except for the much-heralded
matchup between Cleaves and
Boykins, which proved interesting.
Boykins, despite being 5-feet-5,
showed he has some potential to play
on the next level. He scored 18 points,
displayed great quickness and a vari
ety of offensive skills.
Cleaves, on the other hand, proved to
be the more patient of the two. The
MSU standout let the game come to
him Thursday night, a la Earvin
“Magic” Johnson. He directed the show
and the rest of the MSU players played
supporting parts. When Cleaves was
finished, he had 20 points and three
assists. And everyone on MSU was
happy.
Perhaps the blackout was an omen
for the Spartans. This time, a good
omen.
Western Michigan 75, Clemson 72
Rashod Johnson scored a career-high
32 points, including a four-point play
with 91 seconds remaining that gave
11th seed Western Michigan the lead
for good over sixth-seeded Clemson in
the first-round Midwest regional game
at Chicago.
Johnson rallied Western Michigan
(21-7) from a 63-57 deficit with 4:38 left
by hitting four of his eight three-point
ers in the final four minutes.
Saddi Washington added 22 points.


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PAGE 32 MARCH 15, 1998
Sports
Paul
Harris
Lynn
Henning
Defensive
slump costs
Red Wings
Before Thursday night’s 3-0 victory
over the Chicago Blackhawks, the Red
Wings had lost three straight games
for the first time since Oct. 16, 1993.
The main culprits were poor defen
sive zone coverage and giving up far
too many scoring chances.
The wheels really came off in
Tuesday night’s 6-3 loss to the Boston
Bruins at Joe Louis Arena. The Bruins
scored four first-period goals on 19
Big Ten’s
tournament
a winner
Talking points ...
I — Big Ten plays catch-up with
other conferences, adds confer
ence basketball tournament
Everything about the first Big Ten
tourney suggested the conference
should have been doing this a long
time ago. That’s certainly the
appraisal in Ann Arbor anyway, where
Michigan got itself together long
enough to win the thing.
Michigan State isn’t likely to be as
supportive after demonstrating how
the flip-side to these tournaments
works. State had a regular-season co
championship all but reduced to an
asterisk notation after it bombed out
in the first round.
But that’s what’s entertaining about
a postseason tournament. It creates a
season within a season, at no expense
to the regular schedule. In fact, the
tourney added a nice dimension to
what has always been a cut-and-dried
pace to Big Ten basketball.
Rather than having the usual semi-
tedious countdown to the NCAA pair
ings, everyone revived for a tourna
ment that offered either new life, or, at
the minimum, a chance to mess up
some higher team’s NCAA tourney
seeding. All in all, it was a good show
and one more thing to now look for
ward to as March arrives.
II — Bobby Knight chooses his
poison
Indiana University’s white-haired,
broad-bellied head basketball coach
got a $10,000 fine for blasting officials,
Ted Valentine specifically, following
last month’s game against Illinois in
which Knight picked up three techni-
See HENNING, Page 28
shots to chase Chris Osgood from the
Detroit net. Kevin Hodson took over
in the second period with the Wings
down 4-0.
“It was humiliating to give up four
goals in the first period. But you could
see it coming, the way we’ve been
playing in our own end,” said Brendan
Shanahan. “Sometimes you need a
slap in the face. ... The defensive zone
coverage is the worst I’ve seen since
I’ve been here. We’re playing too much
in our own end. There’s no pressure on
the puck carrier. We used to be a team
that didn’t want to give up any free ice
anywhere. Now we have 17 games to
change it.”
Those are the games remaining
before the playoffs.
Osgood has also come under fire.
Tuesday’s performance caused
much discussion about whether he
can carry the Red Wings deep into the
playoffs. He allowed five goals on 14
shots in a 5-4 loss in San Jose to Mike
Vernon and the Sharks on March 5,
and he gave up a goal to Los Angeles’
Rob Blake from the center red line —
which bounced up off Osgood’s stick
and into the net.
“People think they know my job.
Al'Bello/ALLSPORT
Michigan State guard Mateen Cleaves goes up for a shot against Jon Zajac of Eastern
Michigan in Thursday's first round of the NCAA tournament at Hartford. Michigan
State won, 83-71. Story on page 30.
They don’t know what I have to do,”
said Osgood. “Until they actually have
to stand where I do, they don’t know.
It makes me laugh sometimes.”
Tuesday night Osgood could only be
blamed for one of the goals, scored by
Rob DiMaio, which went through his
pads. Steve Yzerman shares that
opinion.
“In the first period Ozzy would’ve
had to stand on his head to keep it at
2-0,” said the Red Wings captain.
“They had two-on-ones and three-on-
ones every time they touched the
puck.”
But things seemed to be back to nor
mal on Thursday night, for the first
two periods anyway. Detroit allowed
Chicago only 13 shots through the
first two periods, and Osgood mixed a
couple of spectacular stops among the
few he had to make. In the third, the
Red Wings reverted back to their pre-
See HARRIS, Page 30