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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta READ... THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 'CHINOOK' SOUTH ALBERTA'S 4.AHQCBT RURAL CIRCULATION The Lethtnridge Herald TELEVISION GLIDE KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE v S Ave It SI B t> M Hwro FRIDAY, MARCH LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY. MARCH 9 TO FRIDAY. MARCH IS Graves detective in 'Underground Man' HOLLYWOOD (NBC) Peter Graves will star as Lew Archer, the detective hero of Ross MacDonald's novels, in "The Underground a two- hour world Premiere program development pro- ject for the NBC Television Network, it was announced by Lawrence R. White, Vice President, Programs, NBC-TV. Graves starred for six years in "Mission: Impossible." Prior to that series, he appeared as rancher Jim Newton in "Fury" on NBC-TV, and he recently starred in the television movie, "Screen of the "The Underground Man" will feature an all-star guest headed by Jack Klugman in the role of Sheriff Tremaine, a rustic lawman who aids Archer. Klugman is a double Emmy winner for his role of Oscar in "The Odd Couple" and for the "Blacklist" segment of "The Defenders." He starred in the "Harris Against the World" segment of NBC-TV's "90 Bristol and guest- starred in "Fame Is the Name of the the first World Premiere motion picture produced for NBC-TV. Other guest stars will be announced soon. 6The Kid9 55 years ago now plans to retire HOLLYWOOD (NBC) Oldtimers among us will have no trouble remembering Jackie Coogan in "The but they might have trouble accepting the fact that "The Kid" is planning his retirement at age 65. Jackie made his film debut in the title role of "The a silent movie starring Charlie Chaplin. That was 55 years ago. Coogan was a 4-year-old angel-faced tot then. Since then he has appeared in almost' countless movies, many of them silents, including "Peck's Bad "Oliver "Johnny Get Your Gun" and "Boy of Flanders." Next came his talking pictures among them, "Tom "Huckleberry "Million Dollar "Kilroy Was Here." Then came television. Jackie Mornings 5 15 O Understanding our World 5 45 O Salute to Agriculture 5 55 ID Thought for the Dav O Farm News 6 00 O University of the Air O Pinnochio O Today Show O Captain Kangaroo 6 30 (D Yoga O Secrets of the Kitchen 7 00 O Farm and City Today O Canada A M (D News O Today in Montana 7 30 0 Mon Giant O Pyramid 8 00 O Uncle Bobbv O Audrey O Gambit 8 30 O Ed Allen OD Romper Room O Hollywood Squares O Jack LaLanne 9 00 O This Week 0 Polka Dot Door