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Monitor Archive for June 9, 1980
Dick Van Dyke is Broadway's high-stepping 'Music Man'; The Music Man, Musical comedy with book, music, and lyrics by Meredith Willson. Directed and...
Your Arms Too Short to Box With God; "A soaring celebration in fun and dance," conceived from the Book of St. Matthew by Vinnette Carroll. Music and...
Tintypes; Musical review conceived by Mary Kyte. Directed by Gary Pearl with musical staging by Miss Kyte.
San Francisco Ballet's 'Tempest': a promise inventively fulfilled
Friends and family comfort oversees students
Laughter and buoyancy needed in our schools
Bilingualism -- are you for it or against it?
Study finds defense against missiles can be cheap, safe
Tokyo exchange handling foreign investment surge
Getting in the backyard swim: look before you leap
The gift of song
Princeton celebrates history with 'know your town' day
Cub reporters get the scoop on neighborhood news
Where should I go?
A sense of balance
Families: 'stay and fight'
Pakistani may be scouting a place for Afghan talks
US matching the Soviets in strategic arms -- Aspin
Clark: Tehran visit should help
Romania and Turkey push trade with Iran
Lebanese President starts hunt for a new premier
Israel says patrol kills 2 guerrillas from Jordan
Gandhi expands team; controversial figure back
Cleveland's finances nearly out of the woods
England's 'Dallas' cheerleaders
New hope for the American dream
Dealing with a new 'cockpit of crises'
Carter vs. Reagan: how the race now looks
Her running outdistanced the arts
Campaign Roundup (2)
Campaign Roundup (3)
Campaign Roundup (4)
Campaign Roundup (6)
Campaign Roundup (5)
Oil prices: How much more can world afford?
Europe to push ahead with bold Mideast plan
Israel polarized over West Bank's future
Helium: exciting uses -- if there's enough left
Many of Iran's new legislators want to put hostages on trial
After Vance speech; Senate still doesn't savor SALT treaty
Protecting US cropland from urban sprawl
Resignation threat shakes tottering El Salvador junta
Conference frames 'family' planks
Tough era ahead spells trial-by-fire to new UAW leaders
US Mayors' plea: Don't balance budget at our expense
More 'boat people' cast off -- but no sign of Viet push
Pressures mount to again pump oil into strategic US reserves
Church of England bound for Rome
China's ancient treasures; The Great Bronze Age of China: An Exhibition from the People's Republic of China. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New Yor...
What Mother Nature needs from us; The Wooing of Earth, by Rene Dubos. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. $8.95
On the road with the best of companions; Destinations: Essays from Rolling Stone by Jan Morris. New York: Oxford University Press/Rolling Stone. $12...
Behind a TV commercial the blood, sweat, and tears; Thirty Seconds, By Michael Arlen. New York. Farrar, Straus & Giroux $9.95
A life devoted to words; The Diary of Virginia Woolf, Vol. 3, 1925-30, edited by Anne Olivier Bell, assisted by Andrew McNeillie. New York: Harcourt...
A mass of contradictions; Orwell: the Transformation, by Peter Stansky and William Abrahams. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $12.95
Oppenheimer: the man, not the melodrama; Robert Oppenheimer: Letters and Recollections, edited by Alice Kimball Smith and Charles Weiner, Cambridge:...
America before Columbus -- a theory full of holes; Saga America, by Barry Fell. New York: Times Books. $15.
Chain letter is back: target -- mail-order firms hit by recession
Zia crackdown anger (unites?) foes
Arafat treads tightrope as PLO factions differ
How to make your own kite
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