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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Sherrill DeMarco Edmontonian V of L performer Edmonton coloratura soprano Sherrill DeMarco will perform at the fourth presentation in the University of tethbridge 1973-74 concert series. The concert will be held Jan. 30 at 8:30 p.m. in the Yates Memorial Centre. Admission is |2 for adults, SO . cents for students. Tickets are available from Leister's . Music, the U of L switchboard 6r at the door. Taylor, Brando ^popular' HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) -Marlpn Brando and Elizabeth Taylor have been named the most popular film actors in the world in 1973 in a poll conducted in 55 countries by Reuters news agency. � The poll was conducted by Reuters for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. {The two are to be given Golden Globe awards at a (Ceremony here Jan. 26. Ms. DeMarco, a member of the faculty of music at Alberta College in Edmonton since 1968, will be accompanied bv pianist Thelma O'Neill, also an instructor at Alberta College. The concert program will include works by Mozart, Richard Strauss ('Devotion', 'A Farewell'), Poulenc ('Air Champetre'), De Falla ('El vito') and Gounod CL'Hirondelle'). Ms. DeMarco has had concert engagements with CBC radio, the San Francisco Opera Company and the Lubarsky Company of Metropolitan Opera Artists, Which toured South America. She studied under Kurt Adler and is a graduate of the Ferrier School of Theatre Arts in San Francisco. Ms. O'Neill studied piano in Saskatoon and conducted post eraduate work in France. She iias performed as soloist in recitals as well as with jrchestra^ and is much in demand as an accompanist. She gives frequent radio and television performances. SGUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES C ARDSTON-Mayfair Theatre "Deliverance" in Technicolor starring Jon Voight and Bert Reynolds. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 14, 15 and 16. Monday show at 8:15 p.m. Restricted Adult. FORT MACLEOD-Empress Theatre "Avanti" in color Monday and Tuesday, January 14 and 15. Monday show at 8:00 p.m. Adult Not Sultr able For Children. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre "Ulzana's Raid" in Technicolor starring Burt Lancaster. Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday, January 14, 15 and 16. Monday show at 8:15 p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER-Tower Theatre "El Condor" in color starring James Brown and Lee Van Cleef. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 14, 15 and 16. Monday shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Restricted Adult A & w TEEN BURGER TUESDAY Teen Burger 69^ Reg. 900 ~ Tuesday Only Available at Both Locations 210 - 3rd Ave. South 1607 Mayor Magrath Drive Dylan brings house down in Montreal Monday, January 14. 1974 ^ THE LETHBRIOQE HERALD ~ 7 By DENNIS TRUDEAU MONTREAL (CP) - Bob Dylan had more than 18,000 people stamping and shouting for more at the Forum Friday Many in the audience have probably never seen him perform in public before, and with many people feeling they may never get another chance, they clapped and cheered as he performed a slice of his career, from the near prophetic Times. They are A-Changing to the bitter Tom Thumbs' Blues. But he also had them listening intently for hints about himself in two of the new compositions he is introducing during the tour. The first was a soft love song. The second was a bittersweet Forever Young. Dylan is being backed on the tour by his favorite backup men. The Band. They remained on after Dylan finished his first set, opening their part of the program with Stage Fright. Dylan appeared at ease despite the occasional Eroblem. During his solo he roke a guitar string and appeared flustered when a firecracker was set off in the forum. They gave Manyberries Guides and Brownies, Manyberries | 6.00 St. Theodore's G.A. Girls, Taber............... 15.00 Readymade Farm Women's Club, Lethbridge ..... 20.00 County of Lethbridge 26, Lethbridge........... 50.00 Total $ 91.00 Total To-Date 126,090.02 AGREE ON COAUTION ANKARA (Reuter) - Turkey's Republican People's party and the National Salvation party announced Sunday night their agreement to form a coalition government - ending a three-month political crisis. The coalition has to be approved by President Fahri Koruturk. Although he has said little to the audiences at the other concerts on the tour, Dylan twice told the Montreal audience, "It's great to be back in Montreal." Dylan goes to Boston for two shows Mondinr and will be in Washington 'Tuesday and Wednesday. He ended his performance with his classic Just Like a Rolling Stone, performed with the lights bright in the arena, spotlights playing on the crowd as it got to its feet, clapping and singing along. He then left the stage but fans, lighting thousands of matches in the now-darkened arena, brought him back for one more number - the song he opened thfe show with - You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine. Broadway takes backseat to BAM in Brooklyn Rolls under wraps By WILUAM GLOVER NEW YORK (AP) - For the second half of this theatrical season, Broadway reluctantly takes a back seat to Lafayette Street, Brooklyn. That slightly run-down boulevard, a half-hour subway ride from dimming Times Square, is the home of the Brooklyn Academy of Music. The place likes to be known as BAM, an apt acronym. Three eminent British acting companies are being imported for a four-month BAM display. Between now and June there are to be 11 play premieres. In contrast, Broadway-lists 10 arrivals. "It all came about accidentally," an Academy spokesman says, dispelling the suggestion of a plot to surpass Broadway. The main troupe in the half-million dollar venture is the Royal Shakespeare Company, which bowed a few nights ago with Richard II, the first of four exhibits. |t Mil be followed by The Actors Company, a band of Cambridge-based thespic rebels, and then by the Young Vic which is a branch of the National Company of Great Britain. Soccer scores ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Arsenal 2 Norwich 0 Coventry 2 Chelsea 2 Derby 5 Burnley 1 Ipswich 1 Stoke 1 Leeds 2 Southampton 1 Liverpool 3 Birmingham 2 Man City 2 Leicester 0 Queen's PR 1 Everton 0 Sheffield U 2 Tottenhain 2 West Ham 2 Man United 1 Wolverhampton 1 Newcastle 0 Division II Aston Villa 1 Middlesbrough 1 Blackpool 1 Orient 1 Bristol C 0 Preston 0 Carlisle 2 Sheffield W 2 Crystal P 0 Bolton 0 Fulham 0 Cardiff 1 Hull 1 Millwall 1 Notts F 1 West Brom 4 Sunderland 0 Oxford 0 Swindon vs Notts C, ppd Division III Blackburn 2 Chesterfield 1 Bournemouth 1 Walsall 0 Cambridge 3 Southend 2 Charlton 9 Brighton 4 Grimsby 5 Tranmere 0 Halifax 0 Bristol R 0 Plymouth 4 Southport 1 Port Vale 2 York 2 Rochdale 3 Shrewsbury 2 Watford 2 Hereford 1 Wrexham 1 Oldham 2 Division IV Bamsley 1 Torquay 0 Bury 1 Reading 0 Crewe 1 Scunthorpe 0 Darlington 1 Gillingham 3 Doncaster 1 Brentford 2 Exeter 2 CSiester 1 Hartlepools 2 Rothertiam 0 Lincoln 2 Workington 0 Newport \ Colchester 3 Northampton 2 Stockport 0 Peterborough 1 Bradford 1 Swansea 2 Mansfield 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE DIviilon I Clyde 1 Ayr 3 Dumbarton 5 Arbroath 2 Dundee vs Hearts, ppd Dunfermline 1 Patrick 1 Hibernian 3 Dundee U 1 : Morton vs Celtic, ppd Motherwell vs Falkirk, ppd : Rangers 1 Aberdeen 1 St. Johnstone vs East Fife, I ppd DfvlBion II Albion vs Montrose, ppd Brechin 2 Berwick 0 Forfar 1 Queen of S 2 Kilmarnock 3 Hamilton 1 Queen's Pk 1 Airdrie 3 Stirling 1 Alloa 0 Stranraer 5 Cowdenbeath 2 SCOTTISH CUP Second Round Replay Clydebank 3 Inverness 2 IRISH LEAGUE Ballymena 1 Ards 0 Bangor 4 Distillery 0 Coleraine 2 Cliftonville 1 Crusaders 1 Glentoran 1 Glenavon 3 Lame 1 Linfield 1 Portadown 0 DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE 'SUDS' THUR8., FRI.. SAT. ^ HOTEL Red Coach Lounge Joey DeMarco CoriMr 4lh Av�. and 7lh SI. S. How much revenue will be drained away from Broadway is anyone's' guess. The Academy's three auditoriums where the plays will be distributed have about 4,000 seats. After Richard II, in which Ian Richardson and Richard Pascoe alternate in the two key roles, the Royal Shakespeare schedule includes Sylvia Plath, a show. based upon the works of a women's lib heroine; The Hollow Crown and Pleasure and Repentance, an anthology in April starring Sir Michael Redgrave. The Actors Company arrives at the end of January with four items: Checkhov's little-done The Wood Demm, Congreve's The Way of the World, Shakespeare's King Lear and Knots, a free-form romp based upon a novel by R. B. Lang. The YoungVic comes by in March with The Taming of the -Shrew, Terence Rattigan's 1920 opus Frehch Without Tears, and Scapino, which Is Moliere's play in an Italian setting. CHANNING AT PALACE On Broadway, producers have lined up this assortment of premiere dates: Jan. 20, Lorelei, Carol Channing's renovated version of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, at the Palace; Feb. 14, What the Wine Sellers Buy, at the Beaumont; Feb. 28, In Two Keys, a brace of Noel Coward caprices starring Anne Baxter, Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy, at the Barrymore. On March 5, Zero Mostel in Ulysses in Nighttown, at the Winter Garden; March 6, . Over Here, a musical about the 1940's with Patty and Max-ene Andrews, at the Shubert; March 14, Murray Schisgal's new comedy An American Millionaire at the Levine with Paul Sorvino. Television star (aene Barry puts a cover over his Rolls Royce automobile last week at his home in Los Angeles in response to U.S. energy crisis. Barry, star of several TV series including Bat Masterson, said he decided to switch to the compact car on the right. He said he'll still use the Rolls; for special occasions but hopes to triple his mileage with the small car. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC NOSS HOSACK CarlMtod Danlal Maelianic uiM �-9U Sih St. a. m. 327-7344 LalhbrMg* In Concert  PIU8 ... Ltthbridgc'a Own e Pi�c* Rock SanMfion KATHY and the KOOl AID KIDS "PAINTER" "PAIMTEB" The Group ELECTRA RECORDS hw prtActod to bi iMr MXt SUPER STARS ExGMdini 'OivM QilM Hd Braid'. LittM to Jia PartORt, Jahs ChirlM. KwiR NIcKmu OR CJOC RADIO; lor Riora Milii. Sunday, Jan. 20th - 2:30 p.m. LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION Advanc* Ticket* $3.00 on Sal* at Mu*lel*nd. L*i*t*r* and ShopiMr* Drug Mart (In C*ntr* Villag* Mall) Tick*!* ^1*0 AvailabI* at th* Doorl FAMILY paramount TONITEandTUES. At 7:00-9:05 p.m. Good Times Show Times MONDAY JAN. 14 PAHAMOUNT TMEATRK Short Subjects: 7:00 9:05 LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL: 7:25 9:35 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9:05 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: 7:15 9:30 AMERICAN GRAFFITI: 7:40 10:00 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9:30 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEQE CINEMA Short Subjects: 7:00 9:05 JEREMY: 7:35 9:40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9:05 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT CHUCK BERRY  LITTLC RICHARD  FATS DOMINO  CHUBBY CHECKER BO DIDDLEY  5 SATINS  THE SHIRELLES � THE COASTERS_ DANNY & THE JUNIORS | and special guesi star BILL HALEY & THE COMETS Amx.. CHABIES FHIES  n OEBALO I. ISENBERG  � SIO LEVIN � BOB *BEL � Cirwma AsiKiales Film  A Richard Nader Proauclion THE PICTURE EVERYONE IS SEEING AND TALKING ABOUT ADULT paramount cinema TOMTE THRU WED. cruisin' At 7:15-9:25 p.m. ADULT college cinema TONITEandTUES. M 7:00-0:10 p.M. It's about the first time you fall in love. COMMUNITY SHVICn DIPARTMINT - CITY OP UTHmilOQI PUBUC SWIMMING, SKATING and MUSEUM SCHEDULE FACIUTV TUM.. JlR. IS Wid.. JM. 16 Tlwrt.. JiR. 17. Fri.. Jin. 18 Sil.. Jin. 19 San.. Jin. ZO Mm.. Jin. 21 FRinSICK POOL Noon Swim (Adults Only) 12:00-1:00 p.m. NOON SWIM (ADULTS ONLY) 12:00-1.00 p.m. Public Swim 7.30-9:30 p.m. NOON SWIM (ADULTS ONLY) 12.00-1:00 p.m. NOON SWIM (ADULTS ONLY): 18:00-1:00 p.m. PUBLIC SWIM 7:30-9:30 p.m. Public Swim 3:00-6:00 p.m. Public Swim 1:00-5:00 p.m. Family Swim 6:00-6:00 p.m. 'Noon Swim (adults only) 12:00-1:00 p.m. Free Public SkaUng 4:00-5:30 p.m. CIVIC ICE CENTRE FREE PUBLIC SKATING 4:00-5:30 p.m. Public Skating. 8:00-10:00 p.m. Beginners Skating 1:00-2:30 p.m.-Public Skating ,3:00-5:00 p.m. ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE FREE Public Skating 4:00-5:30 p.m. Beginners Skating 6:30-8:00 p.m. Mothers and Pre-Schoolers FREE Skate 10:00-12:00 noon Public Skating 7:00-9:00 p.m. Public Skating 2:00-4:00 p.m. Beginners Skating 1:00-2:00 p.m. Public Skating 3:00-5.00 p.m. Family Skating fi00-7:30 o.m ALEXANDER 6ALT MUSEUM 1:00-4:30 p.m. 1:00-4:30 p.m. 1:00-4:30 p.m. 1.00-4,-30B.m CLOSED 2:00-5:00 p.m. 1:00-4:30 p.m. ;