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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The LetHbrtdge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1970 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 TO FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2 Comedy Series Makes Its Bow This Saturday MARY TYLER MOORE New Series Produced By CJLH-TV An attempt to bridge the so- called generation gap is the basis for a series of 13 half- hour live shows on CXTLH-TV each Sunday morning at starting this Sunday. Titled Don't Turn Me Off, UK shows are produced in the Lethbridge studios by Joy Prlt- chard. director of Our Town Workshop, and will be co-host- ed by Gea Cohen, former CJLH women's editor, and Dwight Jensen, U of L director of housing. The series takes a fresn ap- proach to the lack of com- munication between today's youth and the adults, and Leth- bridge young people will be given tile opportunity for an open and frank discussion on the problems they face in this changing world compared with those of their parents. The opening segment will deal with the breakdown in communica- tion between daughter and mother. The Mary Tyler Moore Show, a bright new comedy series makes its bow on CFCN Tele- vision this season starting Sat- urday September 20 p.m. on Channel 13. The Mary Tyler Moore Show features Mary in the role of Mary Richards, a small town single igiii who moves to the big city (Minneapolis-St. Paul) and lands" a job as associate producer of a news program on a local TV station. Mary Rich- ards is thirty years old, and has just broken off her en- gagement of four years. Far from being a confirmed bach- elorette, Mary seeks a change of scene, a chance to sort things out, and the opportunity to meet some new friends. Being Uie only girl in the sta- tion newsroom, she has no trouble attracting males. Her "boss is an old-line, two fisted, hard-drinking news editor, Lou Grant (played by Ed Asner) and it soon becomes clear to Mary that although her title of Associate Producer sounds im- portant, her duties are pedes- trian but all-inclusive. The series format of the show permits its star tc shine in the of delightful, reactive comedy that is her forte. With a blustering hard-drinking boss at work, a flip, sarcastic neigh- bor at home, a married friend laying earnestly to marry Mary off, and a string of var- iously eligible males hovering about, Mary finds herself in sit- uations whic'h are not her doing, but come close to un- doing her. The mood is light the pace is fast, the charac- ters ai-e deft, daft and delight- ful. Now In Britain Graham Kerr's TV cookery show now showing on Britain's BBC .network started Hlis mouth. Tom Tompkius' .Documentary Nahanni The Wolf is the first in a trilogy of documentaries by Canadian naturalist-explor- er Tommy Tompkins. This is the story of Tomp- kins' friendship with a wolf cub which he saved from drowning in a northern river. The film shows the wolf grow- ing up and accompanying Tompkins on camping trips through northern British Co- lumbia and the Yukon and standing guard over campsites. BOBBY ORR IN ACTION Hockey's hottest star will be seen in action in a special one-hour color telecast on the CBC-TV network Wednesday, Sept. 30 at 8 p.m. on chan- nel 7. The production was many months in the making and follows the 22-year-old defenseman as he and the Boston Bruins battle their way through the NHL sea- son to win the Stanley Cup. His Goal Gave Boston Slauley Cup Color Special On Bobby Orr Ecbby Orr is considered by many to be the finest hockey player ever to lace on a pair of skates, and the young dc- fenceman has become Can- ada's ambassador of hockey to millions of new fans. Sept. 30 CBC television pre- sents a special color produc- tion entitled Bobby Orr: The Canadian Game. The special wilt be seen on Channel 7 at 8 p.m. Filmed over a period of more :han three months, tliis special presentation follows the 22-year old from Parry Sound as he and the Boston Bruins fight their way through the season and the play-offs to win the Stanley Cup. There are slap shots, break- aways, diving saves and vicious body- checks as the tension mounts to the frenzied- few sec- onds of overtime which Bobby Orr abruptly ended with his tie- breaking goal to give Boston the Stanley Cup. In a unique this Bobby Orr special shou-s hockey from a totally different on the ice and from inside the dressing room. Viewers will see things happen in hockey they never knew existed and'they'll hear sounds they've never heard before. Produced by Ray McCbnnell and written by Jack Hutchin- son, Bobby Orr: The Canadian Game, :is not only the storv of Bobby Orr it's the story of hoc- key itself. Original commentary is provided by Sindeii. who coached Bobby" and the Bruins to the champions h i p last year, and whose intimate comments include, "Bobby Orr is undoubtedly a- better hockey player than any one now play- ing the game." In Bobby had an his- toric record breaking season in the NHL. He captured thres top individual awards during the season, only tile second player in the -league to do so, and a fourth during the plav- offs. He became the first