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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Academic gowns during meals brings rebellion 4The Undergraduate' featured in memoirs "When I went to college, I had no real awareness of the outside vnrld; nor did many of my colleagues. What was the outside world to us? The outside world was the next city you can imagine bow unimpressed a young person was in those days about what was going on in the rest of the world." This is bow the late Lester Pearson sums up his views at the start of his University of Toronto days in part two of his filmed memoirs, subtitled The Undergraduate. This second program in the unique CBC television series First Person Singular will be shown Sun- day, June 3 at W p.m. on the CBC network. Mr. Pearson recalls how, in 1914 at age 16, be enrolled at Victoria College and how his interest in the modern history course was equalled only by his enthusiasm for college ath- letics. He fondly reminisces about his dean of residence at the Gate House in Burwash Hall Vincent Massey, who had recently returned from Ox- ford: "He tried to convert Bur- wash and Victoria Hall into Balliol College, and introduce afl sorts of ancient traditions, including wearing academic gowns for meals but this country boys and town boys were not going to do." However, Mr. Pearson wry- ly recalls, the rebellious stu- dents were soon informed, "No gown, no and they meek- ly donned their gowns at meal- time. The warm Pearson wit is in top form as he relates various anecdotes about his college life in Toronto including the amusing case of a welcomed nosebleed during a dreaded al- gebra examination but he quickly becomes serious as he talks about the First World War and the siphoning off of dreamy eyed young Canadians to the battlefields of France. Lester Pearson tried to en- list when he was IT but his parents thwarted this first at- tempt. However, he kept bad- gering, and finally his Metho- dist minister father agreed to let him join up if he got into the medical corps as a non- combatant. At first, this prov- ed impossible, but by March of 1915 he had succeeded in be- coming Private Pearson No. 1059 in the Canadian Army Corps. How did he feel as he march- ed off to war in G. A. Henty- mspired youthful enthusiasm? "The King the British were ar war; we were at war. Man, woman and ghost A mariage ivith 3 partners Madge's first husband Ernie unexpectedly snows up on her wedding night, after she mar- ries Artie; but Ernie is a Another talk this Fall! HOLLYWOOD (NBC) The NBC Television Network, which pioneered in the pre- sentation of early morning and late night programm- ing, will extend its weekday network sen-ice to the 1-2 a.m. PT time period with the premiere of "Tomorrow" this fall, it was announced by Herbert S. Schlosser, Execu- tive Vice President, NBC- TV. Mr. Schlosser also announc- ed that "Tomorrow' wiH be hosted by Tom Synder, whose outspoken manner and crack- ling wit have made him the top-rated anchorman in Los Angeles since joining KNBC, the NBC Television Sat i o n there, three years ago. Rudy TeBez, formerly producer of "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny win be pro- ducer of the new series. ghost. "Ernie, Madge and jtie" telecasting Tuesday, une 5 at 7 p.m. on CTV, is a half hour comedy that looks t a marriage with three part- ners: man, woman and ghost. Madge had been married to Srnie for 23 years until his iolent death in a freak aeci- ent a year ago (he was hit by hockey Unfortunately, Ernie was called to meet his maker ten years too soon be- ause of an unearthly comput- er error. Now his ghost will e around to taunt Madge and for ten more years. Pc-or Madge is terribly befud- dled. She finds herself con- stanlly torn between her love or the dominating Ernie and ;er feelinss for Artie, who real- y needs her. LONG DRAMA The Man Born to Be King, a cyc'e of 12 ploys by Dorothy L. Sayers, is the longest dramatic production ever offered on CBC Radio. CHINESE KOt WESTERN MEAIS LIGHT IUNCHL-S MAJORETTE RESTAURANT HOURS: Open Doily Bom to 8 p.m. Closed on Sundays and 412 3rd AVE. f. PHONE 327-75II Ernie Hogan was, and re- mains, an opinionated and ag- gressive man who tries to win his way back to Madge with his old tactics of bluff and bluster. Artie Driscoll, on the other hand, is the mouse that is trying to roar. His gentle nature survives most conflicts, but he is always at a disad- vantage up_ against the fast talking Ernie. Cloris Leachman, n most gifted performer, and Academy Award winner, plays Madge. Frank Sivtton, a seasoned comic performer, plays the part of Ernie Hogan. Artie is played by comedian Dick Van Patten. "Ernie, Madge and Artie" was conceived and created by Bernard Slade. Glamor before Gore Angel Tompkins and Robert Forster join growing list of actors in Mafia-spawned stories. Theirs is "The Don U Dead." The war be tighteous be- cause the British never fought any other kind I thought the Germans were devils and we were saving the world for democracy. And it was going to be a great First Person Singular is pro- duced by Cameron Graham and written and directed by Munroe Scott. Monday, June 4 4.55 5 55 jg) Movie: Love in a Goldfish Bowl Another World Q Let's Make a Deal ID General Hospital Q Hollywood's Talking O One Life to Live O Klara's Korner ID Days of Our ives Q Galloping Gourmet O Secret Storm (7) Joan Waterfield Q Mike Douglas fB Somerset ID Dinah's Place 8 Three On A Match Another World QTake 30 ID Dating Game tB What's the Good Word O Edge of Night Split Second Joker's Wild O Family Court IB Anything You Can Do fD Bewitched O Buckshot Q Dt-op In Q News fQ Star Trek Hollywood Squares News Password Q News Q Get Smart Q] TV-5 News (fijj News ffi News News Truth or Outdoor Li v 'ing Beat (he Clock The Rookies Doris Day WJd'ife (7) Q) Q 7.00 ID {D Q Going Plrcps Q Partridge Family (JJ Sanford aec1 Son Movie: Mcroc 7 O Cannon Q) Medical Centre Q Here's Lucy CD Pig "n Wliistle Q Doris Day Q This is She LEW 10.00 Q V.IP. Q) News 0 News O Toiisb! What on Eir X 10 News O CD 11 35 0 (H Merv G) 12 05 O t'uft-. HOLIDAY VH.LAGE Mcnday to Fridcey 12 Noon to p.m. BUSINESSMEN SMORGASBORD LUNCHEON Featuring HOT ROAST BEEF And other hot and cold dishes plus a great variety of salads. BEVERAGE INCLUDED PER PERSON ;