Monday, September 21, 2015

WCIU Channel 26 TV Schedule for Tuesday, February 3, 1970

Morning
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8:30 am                  Modern Supervision Techniques
9:00 am                  Stock Market Observer
9:15 am                  Newsmakers
10:15 am                New York Stock Exchange
10:30 am                News
10:35 am                American Stock Exchange
10:40 am                Market Tone
10:55 am                Commodity Prices
11:00 am                Business News
11:15 am                New York Stock Exchange
11:30 am               News
11:35 am               American Stock Exchange
11:45 am               Market Averages
11:55 am               Commodity Prices



Afternoon
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12:15 pm               New York Stock Exchange
12:30 pm               News
12:35 pm               American Stock Exchange
12:45 pm               Market Averages
12:55 pm               Commodity Prices
1:00 pm                 Business News
1:10 pm                 New York Stock Exchange
1:17 pm                 Board Review Market Indicator
1:30 pm                 News
1:40 pm                 American Stock Market
1:45 pm                 Board Room Reviews
1:55 pm                 Commodities
2:00 pm                 Business News
2:10 pm                 New York Stock Exchange
2:15 pm                 Market Wrap-Up
2:25 pm                 News
2:30 pm                 Market Wrap-Up
3:30 pm                 Human Relations & Motivations
4:00 pm                 Hey, Colonel Frank
4:30 pm                 Cinema Special
5:00 pm                 Spanish News
5:10 pm                 Feature Story
5:15 pm                 Caretas: A Woman's Outlook
5:25 pm                 Job Openings



Evening
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6:30 pm                 Purdue Basketball: Michigan State at Purdue
8:00 pm                 Motorsports International
8:30 pm                 Victor Omega Pan-Am Show
9:30 pm                 Curly Barrix Show
10:00 pm               A Black's View of the News

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