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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, February THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 8 TV highlights FRIDAY SPECIAL: The Baboons of Gombe, 6 p.m., Ch. 11. A study in animal behavior among a troop of baboons living on the shore of Lake Tanganyika. I Joan Waterfield 7 UP RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Tele- vision Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald. CHIC FRIDAY Jack Neufeld News Paul Tessier Roy Rennik FRIDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 Sports Market Place 5.50 local News World At Six Jim Parsons Show John Charles Kevin McKenna Show CJOC SATURDAY Buryl Clarke John Oliver News Paul Tessier Roy Rennick SATURDAY News Jack Thys News, Wthr, Sports Gord Whitehead News John Charles Soccer Results Sports News CHIC.PM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 6 p.m.-IO p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. and Encores Don Hedman FRIDAY NIGHT World at Six AS It Happens Between Ourselves Music West News, Sport, Wthr. From the Capitals Five nights a Week My Word News Major Progression SATURDAY Sounds Like Saturday CBR 6 p.m.-1 a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS 6 a.m.-1 a.m. Dell-0 SUNDAYS 6 a.m.-1 p.m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 1-2 p.m. The Gasthaus (German Program) 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) News Notice Board News Sounds Like Saturday Family Favorites The Country in the Morning (Pt. 1) Time Signal Our Native LandS Metropolitan Operas Symphony Hall Family Size PlutDtpcwH 7UP-100Z. III GOLD TOBEfflQH! 7 UP 4 Dirt 7 UP Cans Including at all participating deafers. CJOC-TV Channel 7 (CaMevtalon Ch. 6) FRIDAY Hollywood Squares CJOC News Chase Mannix All !n The Family M.A.S.H. Tommy Hunter Trudeau Press Conference Delilah News P.M. Movie: The 25th Hour SATURDAY 8.30 Tales of the CPCN.TV Lethbridge Channel FRIDAY Mod Squad Doctor In She House Mews SanJord Son Movie: Skyway to Death On the Buses 9.UO fiyan's Fancy Kteskin The Wortd O> Fu News News Double S3 1. Dracula 2. Drawto's Daughter Riverbank Uncle Bobby Jeannie Rintstones Yogi's Gang Goober and the Ghost Chasers Spiderman Safety Roundup Wrestling Commonwealth Games Edinburgh Revisited Curling Championship Bugs Bunny 13 (CaMevtaton Ch. SATURDAY Thought for Day University oi the Air Star Trek Archie Show 10.00 Buckshot Walervine Gang Puppet People Fantastice 12OO You Reafiy Can Nuts "N Sons "N TWngs IflO Outdoor Sportsman Sports Digest WrcsSStKl RoSer Derby 4flO Animal World Wide oi Sports KftTV ChawMl (CablMlUnn Ch, 9) FRIDAY 5-00 HeaHaw Wkwte: The Undefeated StfQ Trial by Wndroess 9.DO Tonight Show SATURDAY Teleoourse Scooby Ooo 7.DO My favorite Martian Jeannte Speed Buggy Josie and Pussycats Fat Albert HinWJwes Bafley's Cornels Out Panther Jnoh High Addams Famfly 1.UO Emergency 4 Bulcn Casstdy Star Trek Jetsons 3.-00 Lassie News 4.-00 Bamaby Jones Uwrenoe Weft KFM Faffs Charms! (CaMsilsisn Ch. 11} FRIDAY News Twth or Consequences Brady BuntJh Six Million OoHar Man 730 Odd Couple Toma Wews 'Movie: Murders Jn Roe Morgue SATURDAY News Bugs Bunny Yogi's Gang Super Friends 7.-OO Lassie's Rescue Rangers Goober and the Ghost Chasers Sradr Kids Mission: Magic 900 A8C Movie 10.OO American Bandstand lliOO T.BA Pro Bowlers Tow 2-00 Wide World Sports Reasoner Report 4rOO Star Sormy and Cher DOCUMENTARY: RCMP Centennial Special, p.m., Ch. 7 and Ch. 13. "The Birds in Winter" is a film dealing with the crucial years in Alberta's early history; the arrival of the North West Mounted Police and the signing of the crucial treaties with the Indians. Narrated by Leslie Nielsen. MOVIE SUSPENSE: 7 p.m., Ch. 13. An alien being turns a piece of construction equipment into a huge murdering organism. COMEDY: p.m., Ch. 7. Frank chooses a lull in the action for his hernia operation and that's just when the war resumes full tilt. SPECIAL: The Kopykats, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Tony Curtis, often, impersonated, does some impersonating himself as host and star of this special. SCIENCE FICTION: "Genesis p.m., Ch. 11. An un- sold pilot film about the year A.D. 2133. SPORT: Commonwealth Games, p.m., Ch. 7. More track and field highlights from New Zealand. MOVIE COMEDY: "Please 12 midnight, Ch. 7. The setting is a holiday camp where the teacher has taken his students for a four-night stay. DOUBLE MOVIES: 12 midnight and a.m., Ch. 13. The first feature is "Night Monster" and the second is "Pillow of Death." SATURDAY SPORT: Figure Skating, 1 p.m., Ch. 7. The national figure skating championships from Moncton, N.B. SPORT: Commonwealth Games, 4 p.m., Ch. 7. A recap of the major sports activities during the past week in Christchurch, N.Z. SPORT: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. World ex- hibition of figure skating; world weight lifting championships and world two-man bob-sled championships. Theatre group prepares for tour of Australia STRATFORD, Ont. (CP) An 18-member .acting company of the Stratford National Theatre leaves next week for an tour of Australia, playing Mpliere's The Imaginary Invalid with William Hutt in the title role. The company will play at the Adelaide Festival of the Arts, a festival of international standing, and in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney. On its return, the play will be re-staged for this summer's Shakespearean festival at Stratford. The Stratford Theatre chose the Moliere play, in place of a Shakespeare work, because it entails a smaller cast and it fits into the Stratford program of interspersing other works with plays by the bard. Jean Gascon, who retires this year as artistic director of the Stratford Theatre, directs The Imaginary Invalid in an English translation which, he says, keeps the style of the original. It was first produced in 1673 in Paris when Louis XIV, the Sun King, was on the throne of France. Tanya Moiseiwitsch, who helped conceive the original Stratford Festival theatre here, designed the production. Costumes are in Louis XIV style. The stage set itself was con- structed in Australia. Duplicate sets have been built to accommodate the production without having to be transported the long distances the company will travel in Australia. In addition to Hutt, Stratford stars going on the tour include Pat Galloway, William Needles, Edward Atienza, Jack Creley, Edwina Follows, and Nicholas Pennell. WANT TO BE POPULAR? Weekdays 1-10 p.m. Sat. 1-5 p.m. Phone 329-0955 Monte Cristo Dance Academy FOR COUPLES PRICE HOTEL Red Coach Lounge Presents GENE LENNEN Nightly for your listening pleasure IN THE TAVERN MOJO REVUE Comer 4tti and Ttti St S. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES C ARDSTON MAYFAIR THEATRE NEPTUNE FACTOR" in color. Starring Walter Pigeon. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 1 and 2. Friday show at and p.m. Matinee Saturday at p.m. FAMILY. FORT MACLEOD EMPRESS THEATRE THE DAY OF THE JACKAL" in color. Starring Edward Fox. Friday and Saturday, February 1 and 2. Friday show a! 8.00 p.m. ADULT, Saturday Matinee THE BIG SHOW" in color. Starring Cliff Robertson. Saturday Feb. 1 show at 2 p.m. FAMILY. MILK RIVER SUNLAND THEATRE "PRIVATE DUTY NURSES" starring Katny Cannon. Friday, February 1 show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. TABER TOWER THEATRE TOM SAWYER in color. Friday and Saturday, Feb- ruary 1 and 2. Friday show at and 949 p.m. Matinee Saturday fat p.m. FAMILY. 'Paper movie highly rated The attractive notion of teachers and students becom- ing full partners in the educa- tion process is the new hope. But Professor Kingsfield of Harvard Law School in Paper Chase, a movie both thought- ful and highly entertaining, is an old dog who is not about to be taught new tricks. He is prepared to discuss the great jurisprudential theories; question, answer, question again. But his is the tyranny of authority; he is a worth adversary to be challenged in his contract law class by Hart, a bright young student engagingly played by Timothy Bottoms. Kingsfield is there to teach, Hart is there to learn. To learn, or just to get that good grade which, as another and desperate student puts "is a number, a letter, but it determines salaries and futures." Whatever the motive, the mass of knowledge to be ab- sorbed seems insurmountable so Hart joins a study group, six minds set to beat the system. The eternal cramm- ing begins, celibacy is ad- vised. This last does not deter Hart who leaps happily in to bed with Susan (Lindsay Wagner) who just happens to be Kingsfield's almost-divorced daughter. And this is where the movie goes just a bit agley. The relationship adds its own charm to the movie. And humor too, as in Bottoms caught short, in his shorts, in the professor's home and ex- iting hastily a la Tom Jones. But it does get in the way of what makes Paper Chase fascinating; the breakdown or survival of the six, the essence of the Kingsfield Hart in- teraction. One wants more of Kingsfield's "fingers probing your more of Bot- tom's wonder as he burgles a locked library room to read his professor's own student notes. But, gratefully, the direc- tion of James Bridges is properly low key, bis cast non- cliche. Definitely a better- than-average movie that asks to be seen and savored again. What is even more extraor- dinary about Paper Chase is the appearance of John Houseman as Kingsfield. A man who is not an actor but a director-producer of high repute. His portrait of this brilliant man, whose students are a faceless and unending parade, but who does his job with wit and a to-be-respected detachment, is splendid. But Houseman, the man is even more interesting. It is he who can be thanked for returning. Will Geer to the stage. Geer, now television's Grandpa Walton, was blacklisted dur- ing the McCarthy era madness and had chosen to make his living as a landscape gardener. While many, to their shame, looked the other way to avoid "guilt by association" with these theatrical untouchables, it was Houseman who sought out Geer and insisted that he return to the stage in one of his productions of Shakespeare. The courage of that action then is reflected in the inegrity of his perfor- mance in Paper Chase now. From Peace River to Medicine Hat festivals of one- act plays are being mounted. The local festival will come to the stage of the Yates this Thursday and Friday. Allied Arts CoocU, spon- sors of the zone festival here, is particularly pleased that the Wmty Hollow Players of Pincher Creek will bring their production of Ladies of THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL -Presents- in the. UTEC LOUNGE Piano and Vocals by... t NwTC in the... CABARET 'MOSES' THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY. Camelot to the local stage. Windy Hollow's participation gives hope that entries next year will come from Taber, Fort Macleod, Foremost and other district points. Lethbridge groups par- ticipating include Playgoers (Hello Out There and The Ris- ing of the Harlequin Players of the Community College (Where Have All the Lightning Bugs and Lethbridge Youth Theatre (Eliza and the Final festival of zone winners will be held in Banff March 1-3. And jottings This even- ing on CBR at 9, The Anne Campbell Singers and the Teen Clefs, in Music West, with rounds, madrigals, music by Bach, Schubert, Prothero Lethbridge Youth Theatre will meet Monday at 7 p.m. at the Bowman Arts Centre to discuss entries in the speech arts division of the Kiwanis Music Festival, and a reminder here that deadline for entries is Feb. 6 Agnes Davidson School is now in rehearsal for their production of Pinnochio, with Peg Young as producer Jane Alex- ander, area representative for the Southern Alberta Opera Association, is packing buses for the Feb. 7 and 9 production of Carmen in Calgary, her phone number, 328-1250- CHILDRENS SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE paramount Destroy the most dangerous animal alive... TARZAN! National General Pictures presents Based on the "TAHZAtr IV Senes FAMILY Plus Cartoons Doors Open Show At p.m. Only ALL SEATS THIS SHOW THIS WEEKEND at LEGION Friday: Sat.: Shearer's Lamplighters" Vimy MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY ADULT ENTERTAINMENT paramount NOW SHOWING THRU TUESDAY TONITEII Ml. STARRING THMTNYMTTHB LINDSAY WAGNSt It's about the first time _ you fall in love. Jeremy United Artists ADULT paramount cinema TONITEandSAT. at p.m. ADULT college cinema TONITEandSAT. Rrjl SIMM f.m. IferenceHillin Call Me Trinity" with StifanZacaharias DanStuttie GisdaHahn BenaPfedsnonSe and with Rufey Granger Produced by lab Zinging t "TRINITY IS STILL MY NAME THE BIRDS IN WINTER Hiflnn- shows Jioiv Jfw? IVriiJf Mori 'Jifr vjrlor in winning Jinnrfn's wilJiouJ WOT. And lib. till ihjslnry. JJ ivos wriJIfrn fiy vigors. AH Jbf JHTOS Jo fjr whjjfi with and often pniffinw.ins. rcrocniUon for ihr Jk'rf Mnn. 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