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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, March 15, Joan Water field Newman, Redford good combination There's good news tonight. Paul Newman and Robert Redford are back together, reteamed for the first time since their runaway success in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. And in their second film together The Sting they prove the most inspired teaming since Edmund Lowe and Victor McLaglen turned up as Flagg and Quirt in What Price Glory? back in 1926. The Sting turns back the clock to 1936. In a country grayed by breadlines and soup kitchens there are still the boys skimming the cream from an economic cow just about gone dry Redford is a barn cat, a grifter working a handkerchief and wallet con" that keeps him in girl- and-gambling bucks till he- a numbers racket courier The take is too big. It prompts his partner Luther (Robert Earl Jones) into retirement, propels him into death. Hooker (Redford) and Luther have strayed into the territory of bigtime Irish mobster (Robert Shaw) who lays out a contract on the pair. Vengeful. Hooker teams with super-conman Henry i Newman) and a host of Luther's friends to take Shaw tor half-a-million dollars. It's beautiful. Laid out like a Saturday Evening Post serial from set up to sting. Maybe a chapter or two too long, but super entertainment as 'the mark' is hooked and ingeniously drawn through pride and greed to the bite And the cross current of con-and-contraci allows for enough plot twists with a great up-beat ending to send the audience home very happy indeed. There's a wealth of fine performances, from Eileen Brennan as a madam and Newman's mistress who fronts with a kiddies carousel; from Charles Durning as the "bunco" squad detective on the take and Dana Elcar as the federal agent wash in a sea of "skimmer" hatted G- men. And Robert Shaw, full of a great controlled rage and with a flat Irish accent that dispels for ever the charm of Barry Fitzgerald is a "mick" mobster out of the days of Dion O'Bannion. Then there are Redford and Newman What a pair of charmers. Redford is the challenger and while one can applaud his performance it must be admitted that it has to be viewed as highly intelligent, carefully put together to exploit the quick smile the nifty gesture. Newman, easy and smooth, is still the champ. Let's face it, you either dig Woody Allen or his brand of satire is not for you. If you're an Allen fan (if you're not you could be missing a lot so start working on it) his Sleeper is a joy He's writer, director and star of the wackiest comedy of the year And from his strange surreal mind has come slapstick, sight-gags and just plain sillieness enough to keep the audience rocking. Woody is "little chap" whose minor operation is parlayed into a 200-year deep freeze sleep. De-frosted he finds himself deep, in a devious plot to overthrow dissidents, and Diane Keaton a poetess IPLAINSMAN] HOTEL 4 I I Y Presents "BROWN SUGAR" from Winnipeg Monday thru Saturday Playing OLD ROCK N' ROLL and FUNKY ROCK N' ROLL j A 4 A I I J HOTEL Red Coach Lounge Preterits Nightly for your listening pleasure RON ROWE IN THE TAVERN "ANYTHING GOES" THUHS.. FBI., SAT. AN INNS CANADA HOTEL comr 4th nd 7th st s. APPOINTMENT Berti School of Music is pleased to announce the appointment ol Moms Higa as Sates Manager. Morris has been involved in the music industry for the past 8 years and invites ail his friends and customers to come in and discuss all their musical needs with him. STUDIO HOURS: Monday to Friday 10 a.m. to p.m. Saturday 9 am. to 5 p.m. BERTI SCHOOL OF MUSIC Drive Phone 327-0115 heavily influenced by Rod McKuen. Well I ask you. You'll be laughing so hard, you'll probably miss at least half of the great one-liners. I'm still laughing at his description of Howard Cosell. right out of Clockwork Orange' "You Dirty Every impersonator, the most amateur or super-professional has had a go at Jimmy Cagney. A vaudeville dancer he made his first movie, Sinner's Holiday in 1930. Taking the last walk in Public Enemy, second banana with Joan Blondell to Ruby Keeler and Dick Powell in Bushby Berkly extravaganzas, Bottom in Midsummer Night's Dream, George M. Cohan in Yankee Doodle Dandy, gangster, cop song and darice man, his cocky walk and punchy personality made him a star in the era of great stars. Now he comes out of a dignified retirement to receive the American Film Institute's Life Achievement. The telecast (Ch. 13, p.m Thursday) is one for all moviebuffs, for younger moviegoers who may wonder what the great days of Hollywood were like and for all who would appreciate a great craftsman. Half the city and district must be in rehearsal. Lethbndge Collegiate with Kiss Me Kate; Winston Churchill High and Finnian's Rainbow; the dancers and singers for the Folk Festival at the U of L Sunday, Foremost Musical Theatre with South Pacific, Playgoers and Breath of Spring, W. R. Myers High School out in Taber with Calamity Jane and high schools all over for the High School Drama Festival. All to be eagerly anticipated, but a look backward to last Saturday, to the LCC's Harlequin Players production of The Fantasticks. From this confirmed theatregoer genuine regret at the less than large audiences and gratitude for an utterly engaging evening. New CBC news chief appointed TORONTO (CP) Malcolm Daigneault, 34, executive producer of CBC television's national news, has been appointed chief news editor, the corporation announced Thursday. He succeeds Denis Harvey, recently named deputy assist- ant general manager of the CBC's English services division. Both appointments are effective April 1. Mr. Daigneault, a Sherbrooke, Que., native, began his journalism career with Sherbrooke Record in 1959 He joined Montreal Gazette as a reporter in 1961 and two years later switched to Toronto Telegram. He rejoined The Gazette in 1966 as a reporter, then spent four years as city editor before be- coming managing editor, a position he held for two years before joining the CBC last July. Retires WINNIPEG (CP) Norman J. Alexander, managing partner in Richardson Securities of Canada and a vice-president of James Richardson and Sons Ltd., has retired after 47 years service He was succeeded as managing partner in the securities firm by Alan G. Thompson, former deputy managing partner since 1971. CALENDAR OF THE ARTS Co-ordinated by the Allied Arts Council. Con- tact Bowman Arts Centre, Weekdays 10 a.m -5 p.m. Telephone 327-2813. CURRENT EVENTS Mar. 17 St. Patrick's Day Concert, Yates Centre, 8 p.m. Mar. 18 Overture Concert, Yates Centre, p.m. Mar. 20-23 LCI musical. "Kiss Me Yates Centre, 7.30 p.m. Wed., 8 p.m. Thurs-Sat. Exhibit: Jessie R. Ursenbach paintings, Art Studio on 5th Ave. To March 30 COMING EVENTS Mar. 24 Concert Classical guitar, Migel Rubio, Yates Centre, 8 p.m. Mar. 27-30 W.C.H.S. Musical, Yates Centre. CONTINUING EVENTS Sir Alexander Gait Museum: Mon-Fri., p.m., Sunday, 2-5 p.m. THE NEW GARDEN HOTEL Presents MASTERPIECE From SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 6-Piece Horn Group playing FUNKY ROCK N' ROLL Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Presents.. "KISS ME KATE" by Colt Porter in the Yates Memorial Centre WML, Tkure., Fri.. Sat., Mireb 20, 21. 22. 23 STUDENTS KITE March pm SLOO-AduNt March 21, 22, Tickets now sveHaMe at Leister's TV highlights FRIDAY MOVIE DRAMA: The Sweet Ride, 6 p.m., Ch. 9. California surfers and cyclists dominate this youth-oriented melodrama. Tony Franciosa and Michael Sarrazin star. SUSPENSE MOVIE: Money to Burn, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. E. G. Marshall and Mildred Natwick star as a husband and wife counterfeiter team with an ingenious plan. VARIETY: Tommy Hunter, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Salute to St. Patrick's Day. MUSICAL SPECIAL: Glen Campbell, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. John Wayne, Burl Ives and Michelle Lee join Glen for a musical tour of the American west. MOVIE DRAMA: R.P.M., 12 midnight, Ch. 7. A liberal professor is forced to control student protesters occupying the administration building. Anthony Quinn, Ann-Margaret. MOVIE THRILLER: The World Man, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Lon Chaney Jr. portrays the title role in this Jekyll-Hyde tale about a man who suffers the bite of a werewolf and its conse- quences. Made in 1941. MOVIE THRILLER: Son of Frankenstein, a.m., Ch. 13. Boris Karloff stars in this 1939 film. Third and most elaborate of the famous monster shows. Basil Rathbone and Bela Lugosi co-star. SATURDAY MUSICAL SPECIAL: The Return of Phoenix, 9 a.m., Ch. 9. The Peking Opera performs a "dizzying mix" of dance, music, mime, processionals, tapestried tableaux and hilarious acrobatics. ANIMATED MOVIE: Gidget Makes a Wrong Connection, 9 a.m., Ch. 11. Cartoon of Gidget's run-in with gold smugglers as she and her pals sign on a sailing craft. SPORTS SPECIAL: NCCA basketball, 11 a.m., Ch. 9. The Midwest regional final from Tulsa, Okla. SPORTS SPECIAL: College Hockey, 12 noon, Ch. 7. CIAU championships from Toronto. SPORTS: Pro Bowlers Tour, p.m., Ch. 11. Closing frames if the Lincoln-Mercury Open. SPORTS SPECIAL: NIT Basketball, 1 p.m., Ch. 9. The West Regional finals from Tucson, Ariz. Former Beatle sought by police LOS ANGELES (Reuter) A citizens' arrest warrant was sworn out Wednesday against former Beatle John Lennon by a woman freelance photographer after she claimed Lennon had struck her in a nightclub. Police said Lennon was ejected from a nightclub in West Hollywood, allegedly for shouting obscenities during a show by the Smothers Brothers comedy team. Pryor, 34, of Los Angeles, recently played the lead role in the film Hit. If convicted he can be imprisoned one year or fined for each violation. DOCVT PORGET man m VOUR DCRDV SWEEPSTAKE TICKETS JOHN LENNON Police said the woman, Brenda Mary Perkins. 50, who attempted to photograph Lennon as he was being escorted from the club, claimed she was slapped over the right eye and needed treatment. DIVORCED LOS ANGELES (Reuter) Ryan O'Neal and Leigh Taylor-Young, who met as co- stars in the television series Peyton Place, were divorced yesterday in Santa Monica Superior Court. Judge Pearce Young granted the divorce on the grounds of "irreconcilable differences" and kept secret the couple's property" agreement. O'Neal, 32. and Miss Taylor- Young were married in 1967 and separated four years later. Miss Taylor-Young retains custody of their six- year-old child. Patrick. INDICTED LOS ANGELES (AP) Actor Richard Pryor has beeen indicted by a United States federal grand jury on charges of failing to file income tax returns from 1967 through 1970. Assistant U.S. Attorney Stephen Wilson said yesterday that Pryor. also a night club and television entertainer, had a gross income of about during the four years. He said a request will be made for Pryor to appear for arraignment within a few weeks. WINNERS WANTED! If you didn't receive your 6-pack of tickets in the mail, fill out the coupon at the bottom of this ad and mail in as instructed. Over in cash prizes makes this Alberta's biggest sweepstake. BUYS TICKETS NOW! GETTHE 6th FREE 7 UP RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Tele- vision Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald. CHEC Mia has son LONDON (Reuler) Actress Mia Farrow gave birth to a six-pounds 14-ounce son today. It was the third child for Miss Farrow who is married to conductor Andre Previn. They also have an adopted daughter, a Vietnamese war orphan. Tei. I'd Hke