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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta READ... THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 'CHINOOK' SOUTH ALBERTA'S LARGEST RURAL CIRCULATION The Lcthbiidge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KINQKOIN LAUNDEftETTE LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY. DECEMBER 29 TQ FRIDAY. JANUARY 4 crises in '73 CBC television newsmen who covered the world's main news stories in 1973 will give their informal views on what happened and what the outlook is for the coming year on The Year a special one- hour program on CBC Dec. 30 at 10 p.m Wars in the world will be dealt with in one with CBC correspondents Peter Daniel and Tom stationed in Pans and London commenting on actuality film of the Arab-Israeli war last and CBC Far East correspondent Joe Schlesmger com- menting on the changing war in Vietnam The world's inflation and economic crises will be discussed'in the same with CBC parliamentary reporter Ron Colhster commenting on the social and political implications for Canada. The Watergate scandal will be discussed by all newsmen present CBC Washington correspondent Don who covered most of the Watergate will be join- ed by the others to give a world perspective on the story. Each newsman will be asked by host Lloyd Robertson what next year's stones will be in the areas where they are stationed. REAL FAN Gary recently signed to co-star on NBC- TV's is such an avid sports fan that he sometimes has three different football games going on three television sets at the same time. Journey to the outer limits At the summit of the Santa Rosa Peak in the Peruvian 17-year-old Jorge Rosado hangs his cap on an ice ax. The carrying the flag of Puerto is his way of honoring Puerto Rlcans the world over. Looking on are Buster Bouknight Matt an Instructor of the Outward Bound School and Rick Polk Survival basic philosophy Man against Nature Outward a wilderness offers one of the most rugged courses in survival and mountain climbing in the world Taking a person beyond his imagined physical ability by ex- tending his emotional the school unfolds new awareness to the in- dividual by testing himself against the vastly superior resources of nature. On January 4 at 7 p m CTV presents the Geographic Society Special Journey To The Outer Tins special follows the trek of a group of young people from their training period in Red Cloud base camp in Mornings Colorado to their exciting ascent of Santa Rosa Peak in the Peruvian Andes Twenty young people between the ages of 16 and 18 prepare for the climb with three intense and rigorous weeks of during which time they brave the fears of rock gorge kayaking down treacherous rapids and learn the nuances of rope zip wires and Tyrolean traverses A ten-mile marathon run over high mountain passes conditions their bodies for the thin air of the high Andes. During the final days of training each student undergoes three days and nights of survival in the wilds on their own. As the adventure unfolds some members of the group discover new ways to face fear and function in spite of Others ex- perience a personal awareness never felt before and a new trust in the group through the ex- permces of three diverse students we experience the the anxieties and the exhilaration of this journ- ey The three are Jorge 'Savage' a street gang leader from Rick the the son of the wealthy in- and Amanda the daughter of a socially prominent Boston looking for a challenge from nature. Morning Schedule Subject to Change for New Years Specials 5 55 Thought for the Day 6 00 0 University of the Air Pinnochlo News 6 15 O Our World 6 30 Yoga Secrets of the Kitchen 6 45 O Salute to Agriculture 7 00 O Today Show Capt Kangaroo Farm and City Today Canada A M 7 15 fl Wizard of Oz 7 30 Mon Giant 8MB Today In Montana News Uncle Bobby 8 SO 0 Ed Allen O Pyramid D Romper Room 9 00 9 Audrey O Gambit In Conversation TBA 9 IS Parloni Francab 9 30 8 Hollywood Squares O Polka Dot Door Jack LaLane New Horizons 10 00 O Jeopardy 09 Lifestyle Show The Young and Restless 0 Alberta Schools 10 SO Search for Tomorrow Mr Dress Up IB Pay Cards e Where Game 10 55 O News 11 00 O Price Is Right Sesame Street Pierre Bertoo All My Children 11 30 Let's Make a Deal B Beat the Clock O As the World Turns Super Man 12 00 O Days of Our Lives ID Fltntstones Lassie Newlywed Game 12 30 The Uule Woody Woodpecker TV networks will feature 'Bowl9 games When CBC-TV presents the annual Tournament of Roses New Year's Day at piness Is will be the theme of the day. The tournunant's theme contest drew entries from all over Canada and the United with 128 persons suggesting piness Is A Warm Mr. best known for his cartoon creation will serve as Grand Marshal for this 85th annual Tournament of with Miranda Barone reigning as Rose Queen for 1974. The parade is expected to draw GO 21 250 equestrians and hundreds of colorfully clad all of whom will travel the f ivc-and-one-half mile route in Pasenda's ex- pected sunshine. It will be seen at Jan on Channel 7. The big scheduled for a p.m. start on will feature the Ohio State Buckeyes and the University of Southern California pitting their talents against one another. Canada s first lady of Ruth Han- died on December 1973 'Ruth was loved and respected by the entire broadcasting said Murray president and managing CTV Television Network Ltd death leaves a void in the lives of all who came into contact with her To honor her her friends in the broad- casting industry are proposing the establish- ment of a fund for a special memorial scholarship. For those who wish recognise her tremendous contribution over the years a cheque may be made out to The Ruth Hancock Trust CTV Television Network Ltd. 42 Charles Street Gat. On- Young. COTTON BOWL On January at 12 CTV presents the when sports fans have the chance to witness the game between two top-ranked NCAA college teams. For the fifth yew in a row the Texas Longhoms are facing tough competi- tion for the Cotton Bowl. From out of the mid-west flatlands the Nebraska Cornhuskers are expected to fight a pitched battle to steal a Cotton Bowl win away from Dallas. ORANGE BOWL New Year's Eve will be celebrated festively when the NBC Television Network colorcasts the 40th annual King Orange Jamboree better kjtuwu as the Orange Bowl Monday. Dec. 31. Peter Marshall of NBC-TV's Hollywood and Robert Morse will co-host coverage of the which will feature Broadwary theme bands from 13 states and Orange Bowl Queen Ann Whitten and her court. Dec. 29 SS6I I 6301 7001 7301 7551 8001 8301 001 I Farm News I BupBmmy I Telecoune I Yogi's Gang I Scooby Doo I Super Friends IPinnochto I Uncle Bobby I Thought for toe Day I My Favorite Martian I Lassie's Rescue Rangers Mode I Cartoons and Movie I Goober and the Ghost Chasers Ueanale 2 00 World of Sports Sports Digest Emergency plus 4 NCAA 2 30 Wrestling Butcfa Casrkty 3 Star Trek Jetsam Roller Derby 4 CO Curling Championship 4.30 News Wide World of Sports Baraaby Jones Star Trek Lawrence WeUt News NHL Memorial scholarship honors Ruth Hancock I Brady Bunch Uodeandtbe Pussycats I Amazing Chan IFUntstones I Mission Magic I Archies I ABC Movie I Archies I Fat Albert I YogVt Gang I WaterviHeGMi I Goober and Oil Report 8-30 UngoBtago NCAA Cater Bowl 7.08 Sweet Charity MOVPbUeeSsnaoB Let Them Live '0001 4 4 U-'fll Ankcficu Son Bowl Football Game 11 30 Fantasia Ryan's I Bang Bam t Charity Griff 3 30 Family 10 M IMS U.OO Pink Panther U 30 Musical Friends Safety I H. R. 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