Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
PACE 2 Saturday, July 14 Farm News O Pufnstuf O Teteeoum ID Jackson S Q Osmondi Q Amazing Chan :3 Scooby-Doo Movies 8 Movie Pussycats Bewitched Flintsumcs fB Thought for the Day CD Pinocchio 8 Kid Power University of the Air IB B Wizard of Oz Q Archies ID Funky Phantom O Flintstones fB Watervffle Gang O Fat Albert UJLidsvffle Mornings Monday thru Friday Q Oar World O Farm News IB Thought For the Day O News fB University of the Air Q Salute to Agriculture Q Today Show ffJCapt Kangaroo Canada A.M., ffl Today In Montana O News B Pinnochio O Jack LaLaane O Pyramid fB Romper Room O News Farm and City f .00 ID Audrey Wizard of Odds Yoga O Ed Allen 0 Hollywood Squares Trouble with Tracy flpGaBopinf Gourmet O Children's Cinema O _ Tbe Uncle Bobby Show ID The Young and Restless B Mon Ami ID News Search for Tomorrow B Mr. Dress Up IB Supermarket O Who, What, When Game Q News Q Baffled B Sesame Street IB Pierre Bertoo ID An My Children ID Make a Deal IB 55 North Maple Q World Turns B Beverley Hillbillies QNews 0 Newlywed Game fB Family Affair The Doctors ONewi i Truth or Consequences lllllllll Enjoy ionus Extras only WHEN CONNECTED TO CABLE TV CHANNEL 2 WEDNESDAY, JULY 18th p.m.-YOUTH, MUSIC and TODAY PIUS All Programs on Channels (J) and (TJJ and Q and Q) whkh arc Ihtad In this TV Guide an available. 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LETHBRIDGE i Q Bags Bunny fB Puppet People Monkees fB Story Theatre Q Sabrina fD American Bandstand B Spiderman Wrestling Q Baseball fD CBS Children's Fflm Festival fB Buckshot fB Musical Friends fD Judy Lynn Show B Hydro Plane Grande Prix fB Outdoor Sportsman fTJ Boxing fB Sports Digest fB Wrestling B British Open Golf Q Sealab 2000 fD British Open Golf fB Tennis Q Around the World Q American Adventure 4-30 Q The Reasoner Report B World of Man Q News fB World of Sports B Bu8s Bunny Animal World Q How Social is Social Security Q Little People fD Sonny and Cher fB News B Pucketts General Store O Emergency fB Oil Report B Mission Impossible fB Kingo Bingo fD Partridge Family fB Bridget Loves Bwnte Q Mary Tyler Moore Q Dick Van Dyke fB Police Surgeon fD Paul Lynde B Song Sung Blue B AU Around the Circle fB Roller Deity Q Movie: A Thousand Clowns fD Burns and Schrieber B Mainchance fB Movie: The Girl Who __ Couldn't Say No fD The Men B Bless This House fD News B Gallery QTJ Comedy Classics: Copacabana B Country Time Q News QTJ News fB News Movie: TBA B CJOC News fB Stampede Go-Round B Monty Python Flying Circus fB News fB Movie: One More Train to Roll ID Roller Game Movie: Friendly Persuasion 'Merry Mex9 seeks third consecutive British open title .When Lee Trevino arrives in Voon, Scotland, he will be ooking for his third consecu- ive win in the British Open, op event hi Britain's Royal and Ancient game. On Satur- day, July 14, CBC-TV will fol- ow the exploits of the "Merry ilex" and a host of the world's inest golf pros in the final round of the prestigious tour- nament. In 1971 Lee completed a sweep of three national tour- naments. (The U.S. Open, The Seme exclusive programs this SATURDAY, JULY 14 p.m., Channel 9 BASEBALL California Angelc vi Detroit Tigers SATURDAY, JULY 14 p.m.. Channel 11 BOXING Esteban de Jeios vs Ray Lampkin SUNDAY, JULY 15-4 p.m., Channel 9 CBS NEWS Edward Morrow vs McCarihyism MONDAY, JULY 16 p.m., Channel 9 BASEBALL San Francisco vi Cardinals TUESDAY, JULY 17-7 p.m., Chonnel 11 "CHICAGO" In Concert in the Rockies PHONE 328-1222 LEE TREVINO British and The Canadian) for his unprecedented Triple Crown and the Peter Jackson Trophy which went with it. The Trophy also included an addi- tional in prize money. In 1972 on the wind blown Muirfield course, Trevino smashed Jack Nicklaus' bid for the Grand Slam, when he put together a string of birdies and sank a couple of unbe- lievable chip shots to take the title. Can he do it again? As one pro put it, "What the heck! We didn't think he could do it the last time." When "Super Mex" steps up to the tee this year he will be facing the most formidable line-up of professionals ever gathered for one tournament Along with Nicklaus and ain's Tony Jacklin, Lee can look for trouble from U.S. Open winner Johnny Milter, the only man with a chance to take the Peter Jackson Trophy for 1973, Arnie Palmer, Tom Weiskopf, Gary Player and many more. All together they add up to plenty of excitement for fans of the fairways. Providing final hole cover- age and expert opinion will be Chris Shenkel, Jim McKay, Dave Marr and Henry Long- hurst. Cast regulars are signed for new Perry Mason show LOS ANGELES CABO Harry Guardino, Dane Clark and Albert Stratton have been signed as cast regulars for The New Perry Mason Show, join- ing Monte Markham, previous- Ly announced for the role of Perry Mason, in the new hour- long series to be seen on the CBS television network this fall. Guardino will play Hamilton Burger, the district attorney of Los Angeles and Mason's chief courtroom adversary, with Clark as Lt. Arthur Tragg of the Los Angeles Police Depart- ment's homicide squad and Stratton as Private Detective Paul Drake. Guardino, equally at home on the stage and in motion pictures and television, starred on Broadway in A Hatful of Rain, The Seven Descents of Myrtle, and The Rose Tattoo. He appeared in the films Fork Chop Hill, Houseboat, Madigan and Lovers and Other Strangers. "MOW" 24 HOUR SERVICE ON EKTACHROME COLOR SLIDE FILM PROCESSING 35 MM AND INSTAMATIC AVAILABLE ONLY THROUGH ANGLO STEREO PHOTO 419 5th Street S. 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