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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLLAND'S DRAPERY SHOP Lorgost Display Of DRAPERY MATERIALS In Weslern Canada 313 7lh 51. S. Ph. 327-4175 The LetHbrtdge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS CF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH '.ETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23 TO FRIDAY, 1 Esctw .V.'y.ny Esa'.v. CTV's Di-ec- tor of Sports and executive pro- of the Nch.vork's cover- a-ro of the 1972 Grey Cun is not a .-iipcrsLitious ii's just ti-at he is cautious and wane a.roi't omens. Tris year's Grey Cup is the 1'1'h anniversary of the fam- or infamous, Top bo 1 EViv.i.1 in 19G2 when Fur lhe T tinro in history the prime hrwl to delayed and the nay. That yc-rr tin Wi 11 pe't "luo Eombors scored a T ro-y 2S-27 vic'ory over the Ham- ill Cr.ts. "localise and ITnm- could inceL the f il this year, and it will be Grey Cup game to pi.v-vd in Hamilton since ID1 E.saw to start Relieving in year a failure oc- c'Troi! in Vancouver wlien a 1 t c'.'.en helper at Empire Plndii'm on more power for his m the p: IK-CS.S marr to blow out the power to five of the game's cameras, plus all the monitors fci- more than a quarter of the telecast. Thh year executive producer Esaw is hedging his bets and has ordered an auxiliary power to handle the mas- sive power requirements of n-i ca mer as, three m obile units ard all the attendant cir- cuitry that CTV requires to cover the game for Canada's four television CBC English and French and TVA, tlie independent French Nr'Kvork. At 11 a.m. (Lcthbridsrc tirr.c) Sunday, 3, Gc-vernor General Mich- "kicks ofC" the 1072 Grey Oip .it Ilamillon's Ivor Wynne Sli-dium. One of Canada's most cvcU- annual sporting events, The G'-cy Cup will bo telecast over the entire CTV and CBC Tele- vision Networks. TTosls for the telecast will be CTV Toronto affiliate CFTO-TV Pat Marsdan and CBC sportsman Ernie Afagan- Commentators for the first half of the game arc the CBC Television football crew of Don Chevricr and Kiirs Jackson, with CTV Sports Director Jolm- r.v ESEIW and Dick Shatlo, the CTV football team, providing play-by-play commentary f o r the .second half of the panic. CTV's complete coverage of this year's Grey Cup begins, however, the previous day, Sat- urday, 2, when the Network will carry the annual Grey Cup Parade. guest of EVANGEUSTS ORAl RO3E7.TS AND BIILY GRAHAM Major stars featured in 'NBC Follies' special HOLLYWOOD a one-hour program of Cast-paced entertainment fea- turing major s t a r s in comedy sketches and hirjh-style musical production numbers sparked by selected variety acts, is cur- rently being developed by the NBC Television Network, it was announced by Lawrence R. W bite, vicc-nresident, Pro- grams. NBC TV. Envisioned as a special to be broadcast during the 1972-73 season and as a pilot for a ma- jor new series during the 1973 74 season, Hie program will be produced before a live au- dience December 17 on a pros- cenium stape erected at the NBC-TV studios in B u r b a n k, Calif. Major star? pot so far for the special include Sammy Davis Time is running osil or Great Bear Lake, NWT TC yon wrutif to catch n giant over a Imndi'ed yeais old and weigtiinr; in at !10 pounds or more, Great Bear Lake, NWT. is the place to go. But it can Ire an cxpcrsive proposition and lime may lie rimninR out. As CBC-TV's This Land Con Novem- ber 29 at 0.00 p.m. on the net- G-eat Bear Lake and its denizens are now endangered on several counts over-fish- ing by wealthy sportsmen (who pay up Lo a at the hike's pollution from a nearby silver mine that's clumping waste into the lake; and the threat of a reduction in the water level if a proposed hvdrc dec-trie dam scheme gees through. Tr., Andy Gri f fit h. Connie Stevens, John Davidson and "Mickey Rooney. Others will be announced shortly. "This will really be the Fol- Mr. While said, "there be no host. All the empha- sis will be on the performers, heir performances and the of a real theatrical ex- perience. 'The objective is to brina to ihe audience at home a live '.heatrical performance on an actual stage complete with cur- loins and orchestra pit. For this reason, there will be no inter- ruptions in the performances except commercial intermis- he explained. To further enhance the feel- ing of a live theatrical produc- tion, the program will utilize no special electronic effects. "There will be an emphasis on musical spectacle and hard physical comedy, but the entire production will actually be per- formed on the Mr. While said. Surrounded by thousands of students sparked by a na- tionally ranked basketball learn supported by an outstand- ing lineup of guests host Oral Roberts projects enthusi- asm on his upcoming special that will affect even the most stoic viewer. "Oral Roberts on the first special taped on the campus of Oral Roberts Uni- vcrsitv in Tulsa, Oklahoma, will be aired on CFCN-TV CIi. 4, Tuesday, Nov. 23 at p.m. Fitting of the is star Roger Williams. Victors will easily why Williams has sold 3 records than the combined l-> lal of nil other living piairs's. The talented musician, srn cf a Lutheran minister, puts 1-t of "soul" m bis t'.vo numbers, "CHOPIN 73'' and "Abide With Me." SPECIAL GUEST "Oral Roberts on offers prime lime viewers another first. Appearing as ST3- cial guest is evangel'st Eiily _rJrahain. An appearance Roberts during a dialogue ses- sion brings the two famous reli- gious leaders together for the first lime on nationwide TV. The discussion centres around the purpose the two evangel'sts have felt during their lives. Graham indicated that he has considered doing other thi but to do so would mean parlurc from what he feels is a calling. And who can deny tills cell- ing? Since 1950. the year he formed his evansDUStic cssDcia- lion, the energetic G rearm affected lives of millions of pe> ple on all continents, incl'.ic'ng presidents and kings. He fas been welcomed with open rrrns in places to otl'x-s. His own TV show is carried on hundreds of stations in p-ime time, and his bocks have been distributed by the millions. It would be hard for a view- er to i m a g i n e how two men, chatting casually before the cameras, could have accom- plished so much in such a short lime. WINTER TEXAS STYLE 'Keep The Customer Satis- fied." siing by Kenny Rogers and The First Edition on "Ro'l- iiiV Monday. November 27 at 7 30 p.m., is what the si'ow 11 iis week is all about. Tlra piicsts a-c Edpar Winter aad Evcrj'diiy People. RECORD OF THE WEEK Cl SIMPSONS The CHARLEY STORE HOUr.S: Open Daily 9 a.m. lo T.. RCA Record nd Friday 9 n.m. to 9 p.m. Ccnlre Village. Telephone 320-9231 ;