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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGE 6 Oscar nominee didn't attend Dan Dailey, star of NBC- TV's "Faraday and Company" on "NBC Wednesday Mystery was nominated for an Oscar in 1948 as Best Actor lor his role in "When My Baby Smiles at Me." "But I didn't at- ;end the he says. "I conceded to Laurence Oli- vier, who was nominated for 'Hamlet.' As it turned out I was It' a first! Ilunga Adell, story editor of SfBC-TV's "Sanford and s, at 24, one of the youngest itory editors in television and the first black man to hold such a position. Three young police officers learn about life on the force In keeping with their enter- taining and interesting line-up of great television viewing, this Pall CTV introduces to its schedule a new one-hour action drama series, "The Rookies." The rookies are a new kind of cop with a new dedication and a contemporary, approach to maintaining law and order. Young men right out of college, government social programs and the armed services. Dedi- cated men truly concerned with the problems that afflict every major urban Thursday, August 23 fit) Movie: Autcspy of a Criminal B The iJoctors 0 Truth or Consequences ID News O Let's Make a Deal Q Another World fD General Hospital gNzncy Miller New Match Game fD One Life to Live 0 Ktara's Korner O Galloping Gourmet C9 Eye Bet fD Days of Our Lives O Joaa WaterfieJd H) Somerset O Douglas ID Dinah's Place QTake 30 IB Another World ID Three on a Match gEdgc of Night What'-; the Good Word ID Girl In My Life 8 Family Court Today in Montana ID Split Second IB Anything You Can Do (23 Drop to CF) Buckshot 8 News Brady Bunch fB Star Trek 8 Hollywood Squares News ID Password B News O Andy Griffith QJ) Ne-rs News (7) News B Bonanza fD News fD Truth or Consequences Q Frontier Collection CD Beat the Clock fD Mod Squad B Man and the City B Ironside 10 George IB Bachelor at Law O Its A Musical World IB Kung Pu Q) Good Vibrations from Central Park B Mary Tyler Moore B Music Country ID Streets of San Francisco fB George Kirby B Movie: Don't Make Waves Here Come the Seventies News (5) News IB Streets of San Francisco B Tonight Show ID Movie; Lola fB News (2) News News fB News (B Pierre Berton B Crossfire fB Merv Griffin Show B Movie: I Want to Live Southern Alberta Co-op offers you outstanding savings on these CLEAR-OUT SPECIALS! All SLEEPING BAGS FISHING TACKLE BARBECUES 3 ONLY 12 GAUGE MOSS BERG PUMP SHOTGUNS. EACH, ONLY 25% OFF 79 Located In LETHBRIDGE at 1221 2nd Ave. South Phone 329-0017 erty, discrimination, drug addic- tion and crime. The rookies try to cast off the image of the old line cop and try to institute new methods of enforcement. Treated cyni- cally at first by the older mem- bers of the force, the rookies gradually win the veterans' confidence. Despite their uncon- ventional ways, these some- times headstrong newcomers get the job done. "The Rookies" is a penetra- ting account of the public and private lives of modern day cops in a big city battleground: Willie Gillis, a recent college graduate; Terry Webster, Mack, intelligent, independent; and Mike Danko, married, the oldest of the group, coming off a ten-year Air Force career. These are the three young policemen upon whom the ac- tion is focused, along with Lt. Eddie Ryker, the bane of the rookies' existence at times, and also their staunchest supporter. PLAYS IT TOUGH New York born Gerald S. O'Loughlin, who plays the tough, but reasonable Lt. Eddie Ryk- er, attained a degree in mech- anical engineering from Lafay- ette College in Pennsylvania be- fore turning to his main inter- est acting. Before joining forces with "The he appeared in a number of Broadway plays, as weD as feature motion pictures. Ger- ald and his wife, Meryl, have two children. Arriving in Hollywood in 1962, with a degree in drama from the University of Utah, Sam Melville appeared in over 40 television episodes before being signed to play the role of Mike Danko in "The Rookies." Born in Fillmore, Utah, Sam is mar- ried to a Houston, Texas girl named Ann. His hobbies are skiing, diving and painting. As Mike Danko's wife, Jill, Kate Jackson is no newcomer to television audiences. She began her career doing plays and local commercials in her birthplace, Birmingham, Ala- bama, and continued acting while attending the University of Mississippi. Miss Jackson had a number of television credits before joining "The Rookies" cast, including a con- tinuing role on the daytime drama, "Dark Shadows." Kate is unmarried and enjoys ski- ing, horseback riding and ten- nis. George Stanford Brown, ap- pearing as Terry Webster, was born in Havana, Cuba. At the age of seven, he moved with his family to New York City. After graduating from high school, George studied drama at Los Angeles City College, foDowed by study at the American Mu- sical and Dramatic Academy in New York. Before "The Rook- he performed in several movies and a number of tele- vision episodes. Married to an actress, Tyne Daly, Mr. Brown has two daughters. VANCOUVER-BORN Vancouver born Michael Ont- kean, the third member of the Rookies, Willie Gillis, followed in the footsteps of his parents, who are prominent theatrical figures in Canada. He attended high school in Montreal, then won an ice hockey scholarship at the University of New Hampshire. Married to a Ken- tucky girl named Fran, Michael appeared in dozens of tele- vision roles before being con- sidered for one of the starring roles in "The Rookies." Executive producer, Aaron Spelling, in addition to "The Mod another success- ful police action series, has pro- duced many "Movie of the Week" features, including "The Last "Taste of Evil" and House That Wouldn't Die." Aaron Spelling and Leoitard Goldberg are the executive pro- ducers, with Emmy Award win- ning William Blinn and Paul Junger Witt as alternate pro- ducers. "The Rookies" is filmed at 20th Century Fox studios in Los Angeles. 'The Rookies9 join CTV for new season Premiering this Fall on CTV, this exciting and dramatic one-hour series depicts tho personal and professional lives of three young police officers learning about fife on tho force and on the beat. Shown above from left to right is Sam Melville as Mike Danko, Stanford Brown as Terry Webster, and Micheal Ontkean as Willie Sills. Seeks top guests for Dean Martin Executive producer Greg Garrison hopes to attract such luminaries as Mayor Lindsay, Lee Trevino and Hugh Hefner as guests for NBC-TV's "Dean Maciin Comedy Hour" during the 1973-74 season. RON'S 'An Establishment Of Good Tasto' RESTAURANT COFFEE SHOP, DINING BANQUET ROOMS Monday Ihru a.m. to a.m.; Fri. and a.m. to a.m.; Sun, and Holidays 10-.00 a.m. to p.m. Phone 328-5666. 'SERVING THE FINEST CHINESE AND CANADIAN Acrtwi from the Customer 328-5666 ;