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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU AAARQUIS HOTEL The Lethbtldge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, CXTTOBER 2, 1970 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 TO FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9 17 Leading Comediennes Guests On Hope Special DRIVEN FROM TV - Bob Hope has 17 comediennes helping him in his first season special Monday, October 5 at 9 p.m. on Channel 7. What happens when Women's Liberation Movement takes over the netv/ork brings hilarious situations. CEVENTEEN come^nnes ^ aid Bob Hope in telling the tale of "the day woonen took over the network" as he ushers in his 1970-7i series of spe-cia],s on NBC Television Network's "Tlie Bob Hope Show" Monday, Oct. 5 m color, at 9 p.m. on Channel 7. Hope opens the program in the kitchen of has home, where reporter Virginia Graham asks for the story of the NBC co-niedian's retreat to the home front now that the Women's Liberation Movement has driven him from TV eminence. He relates for hear the stxry of his TV specials being taken aver by emcee PhylKs DiUer as Nanette Fabray, a television executive rearr^ges. the TV scheaSIe with, a "Bonenza" staffed by "Ma Cartwri^" (Kaye Ballard) and her daughters "Hoss" (Jo Anne Worley) and "little Josie" (.ImossDe Ooca.) Hope tells of the evening newscast with "Minnte Huntley" (Minnie Pearl) and "Irene Bririkley" (Irene Ryan), the lady cab driver who takes Mm to the. NBC BurbaoA Studios (Totie Fields), his agent wi� gives him the bad news about employment of men (Ruth Buzzi), the replacement of his dresser and onakeup man by two women (Martha Raye and Teresa (Jraves), the new guard ait NBC's Gate (Nancy Walker), the new member of the Los Angeles Rams (Zsa Zsa Gabor), his unsuccessful attempt to do TV oammercials for a spaghetti company and the final ignominy of beii^ "your rabbit Bobby" at a Play-girl Club, where three travelling saleswomen (Sheila Mac-Rae, Edie Adams and Connie Stevens) ogle him. Music for the one-hour color special is by Les Brown and His Band of Renown. WAYNE AND SHUSTER'5 MUSICAL GUESTS - These young people are "The Original Caste", a nev/ Canadian folk group. They'll make their network televisior; debut when CBC-TV presents the first of five Wayne and Shuster Comedy Specials Sunday, Oct. 4 at 9 p.m. Wayne, Shuster Open New Season NHL Opens In Vancouver Oct. 9 In the first of their five comedy specials this season, Johnny Wayne and Frank Shuster survey The Wonderful World of Transportation, S'un-day, Oct. 4 at 9 p.m. on CBC television, in color over Channel 7. (Canada's leading comic partners range from Noah's Ark, Cleopatra's barge and the wings of Icarus, to Daimler, Goodyear, Ford and the supersonic jet in their tongue-in-cheek trip through the ages, being a light look at all the ways men have found to get from one place to another. Sports Dominate TV Viewing CPORTS features - in a b' way - will dominate TV tube for the next few week as baseball, football and hocke. push aside some regular pro gramming. To add to the seasonal ctm-fuskm President Nixon is visiting in Europe and special newscasts are being carried by the networks. For hockey fans the big news is coming week is the open-ig game of the NHL season .'hen Los Angeles Kings meet lie newly-franchised Vancouv-3r Canucks on Friday, Oct. 9, at 8:10 p.m. on channel 7 in color. Time zone differentials make it impossible for Vancouver to share in the regular Saturday telecast periods with Canada's two other clubs, To-rraito Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens. Jim Robson will report the play-by-play from Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver. In baseball, divisional playoffs are under way as winners (rf East and West sections meet in a best-of-five series to decide league pennant winners. The eliminations start off with a doubleheader Saturday, Oct. 3, at 10 a.m. The World Series is schedulil to start Salui-day, Oct. 10. Apart from the spate of U.S. football games, viewers will have an opportunity to see Ca- SPORTS Conclndcd on Page 2 The comedians also turn their attention to "bom losers'* and the problems of weight watchers. As their guests, they welcome the new Canadian folk-rock group The Original Caste. Among the Wayne and Shuster repertory group assisting them in the show's many sketches and blackouts are Jack Duffy, Marilyn Stuart, Don CXiUen, Doug Romaine, Lynn Hemblen, Jay Nelson, Bill Cole, Brian Crabb and Ed Murch. Samuel Hersenhoren is again musical director. For their second hour, in November, Johnny and Frank will present American guest star Biff Rose, one of the most original and witty entertainers around. Singer-composer Rose accompanies himself at the piano. Like Father Like son, life father. 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