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News. Weather. Sports. 11:10 Q THIRD MAN. Crime. Stars Michael Rennie. 11:15 0 PLAY OF THE WEEK. Drama. 2 Hours. "A Month in the Coun try." Ivan Turgenev's drama of a hand some young tutor who disrupts the life on a country estate, when the mistress, her ward, and a maid all fall in love with him. Uta Hagen, Luther Adler, Alexander Scourby, Peter Lazer and Rich ard Easton. 0 SATURDAY NIGHT SHOW. Movie. 2 Hours, 5 Minutes. "Death of a Salesman." 1952. A drama tracing the events, in flaskback pattern, in the life of a salesman that lead to his tragic and violent death. Fredric March, Kevin McCarthy, Cameron Mitchell. And Hext Sunday . . . An NBC-TV Special, “The World of Jacqueline Kennedy,” and a re peat of the celebrated Tour of the White House with Mrs. Kennedy, highlight the programming for Sun day, March 25. (This list is com piled from available information.) Meet the Professor (2:30 p.m., WMAL-7). Dr. Danford Dornbush, Stanford Professor of Sociology. Directions, ’62 (3 p.m., WMAL-7). Psychological examination of the mind of Judas. Tour of the White House (4 p.m., WTOP-9). Repeat of the highly praised program. NBC Opera (3:30 p.m., WRC-4). Repeat of Mascagni’s “Cavalleria Rusticana.” Wide World of Sports (5 p.m., The Sunday Star TV Magazine, Washington, D. C., March 18, 1962 SATURDAY 11:40 Q MOVIE FOUR. IVa Hours. "Mother Is A Freshman." 1949. A young widow joins her daughter on the campus and falls in love with the English professor. Loretta Young, Van Johnson. 12:30 0 WAY OF LIFE. Drama. "Uncle Sam's G-Men." 1:20 0 SHOCK! Movie. 1 Hour, 20 Minutes. "The House of Frankenstein. 1945. A scientist wreaks vengeance upon his enemies. Boris Kar loff, Lon Chaney. 2:40 0 MEDITATION. WEATHER. WMAL-7). Championship game of NCAA basketball tourney. Twentieth Century (6 p.m., WTOP -9). “Get the Graf Spee.” Ed Sullivan (8 pm., WTOP-9). Carol Lawrence, Sid Caesar and oth ers. The World of Jacqueline Kennedy (9 p.m., WRC-4). Her days in the White House as First Lady, her girlhood and young womanhood in New York, East Hampton, Wash ington and Newport, her introduc tion to society, her marriage, her years as a Senator's wife in George town. Bus Stop (9 p.m., WMAL-7). George Grizzard and Alfred Ryder in a mystery drama about a dead girl who retains control over the mind of her fiance. [mar! |24 J 55