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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1971 Chad Everett turns dotvu football offers Quarterback to HOLLYWOOD (CBS) Chad Everett might today be passing a football for a professional team IE he had accepted one of UM 15 college football scholar- ships offered him. Instead, he is starring in Medical Centre. and also in the TV film First Fight. Everett was an all-state quar- terback at Fordson High School in Dearborn. Mich., but spurned (he chance to be a college foot- ball hero in hopes that he might find a more interesting career in the field of acting. "Football is a great he says. "It builds a strong Tuesday, February 9 0 Sesame Street O Another World (Q All My Children O Peyton Place 10 Beat the Clock Q As the World Turns QJ Lets Make a Deal O Children's Hour Days of Our Lives Q) Newlywed Game C0 Lucy Show O Jury Trials Q Doctors (Q News E Another World O Andy Griffith Q Anotter World: Bay City Q) Secret Storm O Edge of Night CD Splashdown Apollo 14 Q Splashdown Apollo 14 Q) One Life O Gomer Pyle fD Words and Musir El Mike Douglas QJ Love Is A Many Splendored Thing Ql Dark Shadows (7) Take 30 Q) General Hospital (EJ Peyton Place Movie: Dancing in the Dark Hillbillies That Girl I Dream of Jeannie CB Wynne's Pad 0 Cronkite News Bewitched ft News CO Dating Game 10 Flintstones f7) Teleprotws 7 0 Hillbillies Q) News (13) Dick Van Dyke O Movie: Hilda Crane Q News QJ To Rome With Love O Mary Tyler Moore CE5 News !Mod Squad D'are to Live Now IB Edtiie's Father IB Mod Squad QJ Adam 12 O My Three Sons Movie: The Producers Q Carol Burnett O Red Skelton 03 Nashville North g Telescope Mannix Men at Law IB Johr.iny Cash Q News Q Tuesday Night (TT) News IB Barbara McNair QJ The Interns Q Tonight Show IB News O News IB Apollo 14 [7) Tcleprobe 7 ID Dick Cavett fj3) News O Movie: Jessica IB Randall and Hopkirk O) In Conversation Lome Greene to be honored character as well as muscles. However, it is time-con- suming. 'You can't play foot- ball, act in college plays and still keep tip with your studies. Since my senior year in hi'gh school, my ambition has been a be an actor." At college, Everett's dedica- tion to acting paid off. During his junior year at Wayne Uni- verisity, he was one of 12 little theatre actors to tour India in repertory for the U.S. state de- partment. After graduation, he took a short detour from the road to Hollywood, first to drive truck in Dearborn and then to model men's clothes in New York. But within a year after leav- ing school, he was signed by Warner Brothers1 and appeared in several films and. a televi- sion series. The husky six-foot-three Ev- erett looks like the typical foot- ball player, although he feels he is every inch an actor. When producer William Conrad and director Christian Nyby were looking for a young actor cap- able of handling the dramatic role of a Marine hero who tem- porarily is overcome by a feel- ing of cowardice in First to Fight, Everett was the logical choice Lome Greene, star of NBC Television Network's "Bonan- za" will be honored at a dinner meeting Wednesday, Feb. 10, at the Beverly Wilshire Beverly Hills, Calif., for his role as narrator of "Beyond the a half-hour docu- mentary on opportunities for peaceful co-existence and un- derstanding between Arabs and. Jews in Israel. The film will I have ils west coast premiere at the meeting. Mr. Greene will be presented with a statue (designed by Moissaye Marons) of Isaiah beating swords into plowshares. Show renewed NBC-TV has renewed Dinah Shore's morning show for the next 52 weeks. (IT) g: Wednesday, February 10 El Another World 0 Sesame Street (D All My Children fovio: What's New Pussycat News OJ Mary Tylcrjvloore Q3 N1IL Toronto Et Chicago d Men from Shiloh {Q Eddies Father (D Room 222 (D Smith Family O Somerset Maughan Q Hawaii Five-O fD Johnny Cash Q Kraft Music Hall O Noel Coward (0 Name of the Game Q) Hee Haw O A Taste of Poison (g) News QJ TVS News 09 Young Lawyers El Tonight Show OD Sports Beat '71 fT) News 03 News (T) Teleprobe 7 03 News 09 E'CK Cavett g) Movie: Take a Giant Step Baron In Conversation INTR0DUE1NE... THE LOOK AND N; 'SOUND OF ,v I ALL NEW 1971 solid-state modular styled stereo console BS40W THE HANCOCK Distinctively Modern styled cabiiet in v genuine oil fir.isned Walnut veneers is accented with a highly polished aluminum base. Has the appeaiance cf 3 soporote units Features tape jock; and provision lor DOWN 1 9, 80' F-H MONTH 10CIW SOLID-STATE AMPLIFIER r'Oviocs 100 w.r.ts rvo-; i dependability nnd !r-vv..f Zonith'c FM Moo. MICRO-TOUCH--'2G TONS ARV. 'T "1 K.TCtl ULTRAPHONIC STEREO SOUND EVSTEV. Scaled round ZENITH The Quality goc-s in bcfoic nsme Pfcone 328-2235 LETKBRIDGE or 545-3272 OPEN THURS. AND FRI. lilt. 9 P.M. CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY ;