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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, March 21 Police Assn. Hockey booms across U.S.A. 30 4D Flifltstones Truth or Consequences One Lite to Live I 00 0> Movie this Snviige Land Lets Make .1 Deal Love American Style 1 30 General Hospital O Mike Douglas Dinah's Place 2 00 Our Town Three On M.itch l 30 30 Truth or Consequences 0 News 55 CD News 6 00 O Double Bill 1 Skin Game 2 Slither Movie Bridge at Remagen Chopper One m 30 FireKous? tD Tribute to James Cagtiev 1 00 Kung Ft! 8 00 0 Carol Burnett 0 tronside 0 Streets of San Francisco O Billy Graham 9 00 0 News 0 Movie Birnnv 0' Hare 0) Rung Fu 10 0 Movie NUentare Step 10 0 Streets of San Francisco O Tonight Show (Jll'i 10 30 0 Maude 11 000 News News 11 200 PM 0News 12 00 0 Movie Mad Dr of Blood Island 0 Merv tirtttin 2 00 0 Movie Prescription Murder Friday, March 22 12 30 0 The 0 Oflp Lite to Live 0 Truth or Consequence" O Match Game I 00 0 Lets Make a Deal 0 Love American Style 0 Movie To Set this Town on FiTe O Tatllelales 1 30 0 General Hospital 0 Dinah s Place O Mike Douglas 2 0 Our Town 0 Three On A Match 2 30 0 Somerset 0 Girl in Mv Life 3 00 0 Spin Second 0 Take JO (D Another World O.Inker s Wild 1 W 0 {edge of Night 0 Whats the Good Word 0 Bradv Bunch ONews t 00 0 Password 0 Anvlhing You Can On O News 0 Family Court t 10 0 Mod Squad 0 Drop In B News 0 New-; 5 W 0 Hollywood Squares O News O Maw i 2r> 0 Doctor in the Mouse 30 0 CJOC News 0 Truth or Consequences "5 55 0 News 5 00 0 0 Bradv Bunch O Movie I Senior Year J If t Lovrd You 6 30 0 Sanfnrd and Son 0 Jacques 1 00 0 Movie The Red Pony 0 Mannix t 30 0 Odd Couple a 00 0 All In the Family O B Riv Vii 0 Trmta 8 30 0 M A S M 9 no 0 Tommy Hunter 0 On the 9 30 0 Movie Crv In the W ilderness O News 0 Movie The Btoodbeasl Terror 10 on 0 Flip Wilson O Tonight Show It on 0 Vnvs 0 News It 200 News 0PM 12 00 0 Double Bill 1 Son of Drtirulti 2 The Werewolf of London O Movie Lifeboat 14 AMF Harley-Davidson XLCH-1000 You've got to be a man lo handle this four-stroke, V-twin power cycle We kid you not! On the street or m competition It will roll! Rugged front fork, new quick throttle, new racing-style, fade- resistant hydraulic disc brake, up front. New "Security System" cycle alarm Utilized handlebar switches including rocker-action safety switch. Traditional kick start tells you right from the beginning you've got a tough cycle. available now at... YAMAHA CYCLE SALES A SERVICE 1519 3rd Ave. South Phone 328-6977 gives okay "Police Surgeon" is the only weekly television drama that has the co- operation and the seal of approval of the Inter- national Conference of Police Associations. This action-packed series, which is seen on CTV, Saturdays at p.m. was the subject of a recent conference in Los Angeles. Fastest-growing sport The NBC Television Network, with its schedule of 15 regular-season .National Hockey League colorcasts as well as Stanley Cup competition, is covering a sport that from the standpoint of the number of participants and fans has been one of the fastest-growing in the United States, Professional hockey is now being played all over the country 81 per cent of the population is in states represented by either a major or minor league hockey team. Since more sports fans 'Police Story9provides opportunity Springboard for debuts BURBANK (NBC) "Police NBC Television Network's hour dramatic series which has won critical acclaim from the public and press, has served as a springboard for the dramatic debuts of three personalities in the series first season. First, there was former Dallas Cowboys quarter- back Don Meredith, now a football sportscaster, who was given a leading role as Officer Bert Jameson In the "Requiem for an Informer" episode (Oct. He was so well received that he was asked to reprise it in "The Night Hunter" episode, a special 90-mlnute presentation, to be colorcast Tuesday, Feb. 26. Next was country- western singer Jerry Lee Lewis, who portrayed a killer in the "Collision Course" segment (Nov. As with Meredith, he, too, was a popular choice and is looking forward to a return engagement in this and other programs to sandwich between singing appearances and recordings. The most recent personality to make his dramatic debut on "Police Story" is singer-composer Smokey Robinson, who will be seen as a rookie policeman in a forthcoming episode, titled "The Wyatt Earp for which an air date will be announced. All three of these men agree that acting is not far afield from their other work. Says Meredith: "In football and announcing, there is drama and you are performing in front of millions of people." Both Lewis and Robinson concur that a singer is acting when he is performing and that it is easier for a singer to become an actor than it is for an actor to become a singer. are interested in hockey, more of them want to see it, both at home and in person. The "NHL Game- of-the-week" audience has increased 39% in the last four years average viewers-per-game in 1973 compared with in 1969, according to NBC Research estimates based on Nielsen Television Index while NHL attendance has risen by almost 50 per cent during the same period. The hockey audience, according to a survey conducted by Hanan and Son of New York for the National Hockey League, is: youthful, as 78% are in the 18-49 age group well-educated, as 53% have post-graduate undergraduate college degrees from upper income groups, as 96% have an income over annually, 66% over annually and 81% are in the class Boys The New paddle hard The West program The New Buys, originally scheduled on CBC-TV on l-'ub 27 then pre-empted, has been rescheduled for" telecast April 3 at 10 p.m. on the CBC network. "The new boys" are 13 and 14 years of age, starting their term at St. .John's Cathedral School in Selkirk. Manitoba, It is a private school that believes a spartan, rugged existence teaches qual- ities necessary for adult life. At the start of the school year, the new boys, who come from all walks of life many are Americans, some with pampered backgrounds must take an arduous, challenging 320-mile. 10-day canoe trip. It is heavy going, with no way to return until the trip is ended. They are responsible for their own gear and. from dawn to dusk, they paddle the c'ght- man war canoes, bucking the currents and slogging through swamps. There are also the portages, where they must carry the heavy canoes overland. At times, some of the boys are close to tears, but there is little energy left at the end of the day for battling Alt must pull their weight as a team, and must survive the experience together. The series West is produced by the National Film Board for CBC-TV. Executive producer of the series is John N. Smith, who is also producer- director of this film. The New Boys. ATTENTION HOMEOWNERS 1st and 2nd Mortgages Available or more for Out Consolidation Major Purchases Homo Imnrovmienls (toil Estate Purchases Business Capital MID-CITY MORTGAGE CO. LTD. 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