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MO-INDEPENDENT, PRESS-TELEGRAM ion. imi.. out. s,i., j.n. a», im TOZXA.TT BASKETBALL: UCLA VS. NOTRE DAME, 8:30 p.m., Ch. 5. The Bruins, upset by the Irish last week, get a rematch in Paulcy Pavilion. MOVIE: "Heat Wave," 8:30 p.m., Ch. 7. Ben Murphy and Bonnie Bcdelia star in new TV suspense film about the struggle of a young man and his pregnant wife to save a life in a record heal wave GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS, 8:30 p.m., Ch. 11. Steve Lawrence and Eydic Gorme are hosts and other celebrities hand out trophies to recipients of awards in both movie and television categories. MOVIE: "The Night They Raided Minsky's," 9 p.m., Ch. 4. Jason Robards, Brill Ekland, Forrest Tucker, Elliott Gould and Bert Lahr head cast of 1968 comedy film about a 1925 burlesque theater that's hounded by bluenoses. ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAH AWARDS, 10 p.m., Ch. 2. Ed Sullivan hosts A m e r i c a n Guild of Variety Artists ceremonies at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. iinimimiiimiiuiimiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiimi «»IC - J f O - K F I - MO KGIl - 1IM KMK - 710 KILA - 1110 Rill - 1OO KfM - \1K KGRI - WO KNX - 1070 KFYM _ I4M KIIG - 7« K f W I - (SO KM) - 930 KOGO,- 'MO KWII - I4M K00 - 1»0 KGIS - 10» KKil - U» KKX - 1S« KWKW - 1300 KD4Y - ISM KGEt - UW KIEV - t?0 XIH - U70 KWOW - 1600 KEir - IIW KGIJ - ItM KLAC - 570 KIIS - 1150 xnS - 10W «« - »» . . . XIM - 6« immmilllllllMimilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll TELEVISION KNXT KNBC KTLA KABC Channel 2 Channel 4 Channel 5 Channel 7 KHJ Channel 9 KTTV Channelll KCOP Channel 13 KWHY Channel 22 KCET Channel 28 KMEX Channel 34 KLXA Channel 40 KBSC Channel 52 An Indicates B-W. Other shows in color. SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1974 6:30 9 Consumer Profile 11 Alternatives 7:00 A.M. 4 Lidsvillc 7 Bugs Bunny 9 'Movie: "Invasion Quartet," Bill Travers, SpikejMilligan 11 Brother Buzz 7:30 2 The World of Islam 4 The Addams Family 5 Mormon Tabernacle Choir 7 Yogi's Gang 11 Grade School News 13 Championship Bowling 8:00 A.M. 2 Help! Hair Bear Bunch 4 Emergency Plus 4 5 *John Wayne Theater 7 Super Friends 11 * Movie: "Assignment in Paris," Dana Andrews, George Sanders 28 Sesame Street (R) 8:30 2 Sabrina, Teenage Witch 4 Inch High Private Eve 5 *Movie: "Illegal," .' Edward G. Robinson, Nina. Foch'(Drama '65) 13 Movie: "Snow Devils," Jack Stuart, Amber Collins (Science Fiction) 9:00 A.M. 2 Scooby Doo Movies 4 Sigmund and the Sea Monsters 5 *Movie: "Cat Girl," Barbara Shelley. Kay Callard (Horror '57) 7 Lassie's Rescue Rangers 28 Mister Rogers (R) 9:30 4 Pink P a n t h e r 7 Goober and the Ghost 11 *Movie: "PHFFT" (Comedy,'41) 28 Sesame Street (R) 10:00 A.M. 2 My Favorite Martian 4 Star Trek 7 The Brady Kids 9 * Movie: 'The Big Trees." Kirk Douglas, Eve Miller (Western) 13 Gospel Jubilee 34 Lucna en Patines 10:30 2 Jeannic 4 Butch Cassidy 5 'Movie: "The Boys," Richard Todd, Robert Mprley (Drama '61) 7 Mission Magic 28 Mister Rogers (R) 11:00 A.M. .2 Speedy Buggy 4 The Jctsons " 7 Superstar Movie 13 News, Sports, Weather 28 Sesame Street (R) 11:30 2 Josie and the Pussv Cats 4 Go 9 'Movie: "Pancho Villa Returns," Leo Carillo, Jeanette Comber C51) , II Ad Lib 13 'Movie: "Francis," Donald O'Connor, Patricia Medina 34 Lucha Libre (wrestling) NOON 2 Pebbles and Bamm Bamm 4 Prep Sports World. CIF Girls Field Hockey Championship 7 Action '74. Dick Clark 11 Lancer 28 Mister Rogers (R) 12:30 2 Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids 28 Sesame Street (R) 1:00 P.M. 2 Children's Film Festival. "The Johnstown Monster." 5 College Basketball. Maryland at North Carolina 7 Head On 9 Movie: "Kill or Be Killed," Robert Mark, Elena Dewitt (Weslcrn) I I Combat 13 Land of the Giants 34 *Futbol Soccer 1:30 4 WUdlife Theatre. A '·· filmed tour of Baja in the northwestern area. 28 Mister, Rogers (R) ' 2:00 P.M. 2 Dusty's Trcehouse 4 On Campus 7 Greatest Sports Legends 11 'Movie: "The Big Sky," Kirk Douglas, Elizabeth Threalt 13 'Movie: "Francis," Donald O'Connor 22 'Platea Continuada 28 Sesame Street (R) 30 Social Security · 2:15 ' 30 Musicalc 2:30 2 Steps to Learning .4 AG-USA 7 Celebrity Bowling 9 Movie: ''Charge at Feather River," Guy Madison, Vera Miles 30 Buffalo's Pow Wow 3:00 P.M. 2 Learning Can Be Fun 4 Focus 5 Pacific Eight Basketball. Oregon State meets the University of Oregon. 7 Andy Williams San Diego Open. Live coverage of Ihe (bird round of play from Torrey Pines, Calif. 28 Carrascolendas 34 *E1 Ciego 50 Love Tennis 3:30 2 Camera Three 4 Impacto 13 The Virginian . ' 28 Electric Company (R) 30 Treehouse Club 50 Love Tennis 4:00 P.M. 2 Bienvenidos 4 What's Going On -Are There Thieves in the Poverty Program? 7 Pro Bowlers Tour. The $55,000 King Louis Open from Overland Park, Kansas. Commentary by Chris Schcnkel. 11 Soul Train 22 'Plalea Continuada 28 'Mr. Wizard (R) 30 H u m a n Dimension 40 ' P a n o r a m a Latino 50 The Liveliest Wire 52 Voice of A g r i c u l t u r e 4:30 2 Just Natural 4 Inquiry. Elk Hills Oil and Foreign Ports. Guest: Secretary of the Navy, John W. W a r n e r . 9 Outdoors, Julius Boros hosts. 28 Experiment in Love. Private home care for menially ill and retarded. 30 Faith for Today 52 Corona News 5:00 P.M. 2 Dustv's Trail 4 The Mouse Factory 5 Pinbuslers, Don Drysdale 9 This Week in the NBA 11 Movie-. "All the Brothers Were Valiant," Robert Taylor, Ann Blyth 13 The Persuaders 30 Quest for Life 34 franfarria Falcon 40 Rick Ward Rock Roll 50 Pulnwnary Disease (Spanish version) 52 Kimba 5:30 2 Johnny Mann's Stand Up and Cheer. Guest: Jim Backus. 4 News. Harris/Maskery 7 ABC Wide World of Sports. A world TV premiere of the "Fight of the Century" between former world champions Joe Frazicr and Muhammed All in which Frazier first won the world heavyweight title in M a r c h , 1971. Award shows vs basketball By BOB MARTIN TV-Uadio Editor Two e n t e r la in in en I awards programs will be tonight's highlights on the. lube -- unless you're a college basketball fan. No basketball buft will want to miss the UCLA- Notrc Dame rematch in Paulcy Pavilion, w h i c h K T L A (Channel 5) w i l l telecast at 8:30 p.m. and rerun at midnight. KM PC (710) will carry the game on radio. For viewers who can do without basketball, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's 1974 Golden Globe Awards ceremonies in the Beverly H i l t o n Hotel will be televised on KTTV (Channel 11) from 8:30 lo 10. The Metrome- dia Television special will air on 121 stations across Ihe nation. When the Golden Globe show ends, viewers can s w i t c h c h a n n e l s a n d watch the Entertainer of the Year Awards show from Caesars Palace in Las Vegas f r o m 10 to 11:30 on CBS (Channel 2). ' S T E V E LAWRENCE a n d h i s w i f e , E y d i e Gorme, will host the Gold- en G l o b e Awards fete, w h e r e achievements in b o l h movies and television are recognized. Scheduled presenlers of a w a r d s include P e t e r Falk, Rock Hudson, Carol Burnett, Jimmy Stewart, J o e l Grey, G e n e H a c k man, Fred M a c M u r r a y , Max Von Sydow, Peter G r a v e s , G a r y Grimes, June Allyson, Ida Lupino, S u s a n Strasbcrg, G a i l Fisher, Barbara E d e n , S t a c y K e a c l i , B r e n d a Vaccaro, M i c h a e l Dougl a s , A n g l e Dickinson, Leslie Caron and Eddie Albert. "The Exorcist" etigcd out "Paper Moon" by a n a r r o w 7-G margin in most nominations for for awards. Candidates were announced a c o u p l e of weeks .ago in each of 24 categories, 16 of which are for motion pictures and 8 tor television. Indi-, viduals and shows will both be honored. N o m i n a t e d a s best movie (drama) were "Cinderella Liberty," "The Day of the Jackal," "The Exorcist," "Last Tango in Paris," "Save the Tiger" and "Serpico." N o m i n a t e d as besl movie (comedy or m u s i - Howard Cosell at the mike. 9 Untamed World 28 Trucks; Accion Chicano (R) 30 Blue Ridge Quartet 34 Kippy Cosas 52 'Three Stooges I 6:00 P.M. 2 News 4 News, Tom Brokaw 5 Hec Haw 9 Real Don Steele Show 13 Night Gallery 22 'Platea Continuada 28 Advocates. "Should the U.S. limit its economic and industrial growth?" (R) 30 Hour of Revelation 34 News, Nono Arsu ' 50 To Be Announced 52 Speed Racer . 6:30 2 News, Dan Rather 4 News Conference. Guests: Congressmen Charles Wiggins (It- Calif.) and George Danielson (D-Calif.), both members of th House Judiciary Committee. 30 Pentecost w/Purpose: 34 Box de Mexico 50 As Man .Behaves 52 'Little Rascals 7:00 P.M. 2 Other People, Other ' Places. Film of the Australian outback, where in suffocating heat,' miners crawl 60 feet underground · searching Tor opals. 4 Truth or Consequences 5 Bowling for Dollars 7 News, Henry/Lund 9 Victory at Sea 11 Lawrence Welk Show 13 It Takes a Thief 28 Parole. E. G. Marshall 30 Living Faith 40 *Teatro del Sabado 50 Orange County Review 52 'Three Stooge's II 7:30 2 Wild, Wild World of Animals. "The Royal Birds." An i n t i m a i e study of the swan. 4 Thrillseekers 5 Herbert Hafif for Governor. Political. 7 Let's Make a Deal 9 Movie: "Battle Cry." Drama of the romances, training and the battles of a group of U.S. Marines during WW II. Van Heflin, Aldo Ray (Drama '55) 50 Washington Straight Talk. Guest: William Simon. 52 'The Ghoul Gang ' 8:00 P.M. 2 All in the Family 4 Emergency! "How Green is My Thumb." Paramedic DeSolo is ribbed unmercifully when he takes over the care and feeding of houseplanls for an injured woman. 5 The John Wooden Show 7 The Partridge Family. Danny wants to drop out of school to pursue a career and the school psychologist suggests" that Shirley let mm have his way. 11 Golden Globe Awards Preview, Bill Welsh 13 Championship Wrestling 22 'Futbol Soccer 28 Four Grey Walls (R) 34 Super Show 50 Washington Debates for the Seventies 52 *Movie: "Hard to Get," Olivia do H a v i l l a n d , Dick Powell 8:30 ,,' 2 »M*A*S*H. A Korean farmer moves his ox and family into the M*A*S*H compound, announces the land is his and gives the A r m y three days to evacuate. 5 UCLA Baskelball, UCLA Bruins host the f i g h t i n g Irish of Notre Dame at Pauley Pavilion. Al Michaels reports. 2 HBC Suspense Motie * HEITWME A World Premiere! During a catastrophic heat wave, the courageous determination of a young.couple ultimately inspires survivors in a mountain town to unite in an effort to save a life. Ben Murphy and Bonnie Bedelia. 11 31sl Annual Golden Globe Awards. Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme will act a's Masters of Ceremonies for the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.'s Golden Globe Awards. The awards presentation will be aired live from the International Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel. ·28 Film: "Hamlet" (R) 30 Living Waters 9:00 P.M. ' 2 Mary Tyler Moore Show. It looks like Mary's friendship with Rhoda is going down the drain after Rhoda makes what Mary ·thinks is an unkind remark. 4 Movie: "The Night They Raided Minsky's." A burlesque theater operator in the 1920s finds his business is going downhill until an unexpected new act saves the day. Jason Robards and Britl Eklund star. 30 Hour of Power 34 Premier Film 40 Happiness Is 50 Masterpiece Theater 9:30 2 Bob Newhart Show. As a result of kindness to a parolee, the ex-con offers Bob and E m i l y an expensive gift, arid they don't know whether lo accept il or call the cops to see if it's hot. . 13 Minority Community 40 California Gospel ' 10:00 P.M. 2 The Entertainer of the Year Awards." Carol Burnett, Sonny and Cher, Redd Fbxx, Sammy Davis Jr., and Roberta Flack arc among the performers who will receive awards from the c a l ) w e r e " A m e r i ' c a n Graffiti," "Jesus Christ S u p e r s t a r , " " P a p e r Moon," "Tom Sawyer" and "Touch of Class." IN THE TV FIELD, nominees as b e s t show (drama) are "Cannon," "Columbo," "Hawkins," " M a n n i x , " " P o l i c e Story," and "The Wai- tons." For comedy or musical TV show, the nominees are "All in the Family," "The C a r o l B u r n e t t Show," "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," "Sanford and Son," a n d "The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour." ' From 8 to 8:30, Channel 11 will present "The Golde n G l o b e A w a r d s Preview," h o s t e d by B i l l Welsh. .Celebrities attending the ceremonies will be interviewed, a n d c l i p s from some of the nomi- n a t e d s h o w s ' will be shown. ED SULLIVAN will be the host as the American Guild of Variety Artists presents its Entertainer of the Year Awards in the f o r m o f " G e o r g i e s , " h o n o r i n g G e o r g e M. Cohan, the g r e a t entertainer who died in 1942! Winners of the awards h a v e a l r e a d y b e e n a n - nounced, so there- won't be a surprise element to t h e s h o w . B u t t h e r e should be plenty of good entertainment as many of the award-winners and presenters double as performers in the 90-minute special from Las Vegas. Presenters of a w a r d s w i l l be George Burns, Barbara E d e n , Quincy Jones, Jerry Lewis, Carroll O ' C o n n o r , H e l e n Reddy andHKenny Rogers. Also on the show will be the Shipstads Johnson Ice F o l l i e s , comedian Gabriel Kaplan, the Ike Tina Turner Revue and the Kids Next Door. Recipients of Georgies will be: Sammy Davis Jr. -Entertainer of the Year. Kate Smith -- Golden Award. C a r o l B u r n e t t -- Female Comedy Star. R e d d F o x x -- M a l e Comedy Star. Roberta F l a c k -- Female Singing Star. Sammy Davis Jr. Male Singing Star. Sonny Cher -- Vocal Act. Roy Clark -- Country- Western Star. Bcttc Midler -- Rising Star. Tanya the Elephant -Animal Act. Gunther Gebel-Williams -- Circus Act. PLUMBING STOPPED? ^ NO x OVERTIME NO TRAVH TIME NO r PER/FT CKG CALL 4264)051 ORIGINAL TEN DOLLAR CO. FM Stations American Guild of Variety Artists. Originating from Las Vegas, the 90-minute special is hosted by Ed Sullivan. /' ~ 1 lew Time! OWED iWSHUL Marshall defends a mute gardener who is identified by three women,as their attacker. 9 Slade, lileys, Yatger ' * Stories Group Up on KIRSHNER Concert Rock Concert 11 News, Jones/Fortner 22 News, Sachi Hosoya 30 Sing His Praises .40 Rod Henke Hour 52 Lou Gordon 10:15 22 TV Movie. Jpn. Ing. 10:30 5 Bob Boyd Show 13 News, Sports, Weather 30 Sacred Cinema · 10:35 5 USC Basketball. USC Trojans meet Fordhain. at Fordham. Charley Jones reports. 11:00 P.M. '1 News, Harris/Maskerv 7 News, Henry/Lund ' 11 Mission: Impossible 13 Tony and Susan Alamo 28 One of a Kind. "Oscar Brown and Jean Pace" 34 Cinema 34 40 Melodyland '11:15 7 News, Sam Donaldson 11:30 2 Newsroom 4 90 Tonight. Guests: Stu Gilliam, Clair McMahon, Tom Patterson, Maxine Weldon. 7 Movie: "Fahrenheit" 451," Julie Christie, Oskar Werner 9 Tony Susan Alamo 13 *Movie: "The Wastrel," Van Heflin, Ellie Lambetti (Drama) MIDNIGHT 2 Movie: "Do You Take This Stranger?" Gene Barry, Lloyd Bridges, Susan Oliver (Drama) 5 UCLA Basketball (UCLA-Notre Dame (Repeat) 9 Movie: "Honeymoon of Horror" (Mystery '65) 11 Movies: "All the Brolhers Were Valiant" (Adventure '53); "Vampire Men of the Lost Planet" (Science Fiction '69) (1:30); *"The Lady and the Bandit" (Adventure '51) (3:00); *"Thc Last Posse" (4:30) 1:00 A.M. ' 4 Flipside. Guest: Curtis Mayfield 13 *Movie: "The Witch's Mirror" 1:30 4 News 1:45 2 News 1:55 2 Movies:-*"The Strange- Affair of Uncle Harry;" "Passion" (3:10) 2:00 A.M.. 5 *Movie: "The Basketball Fix" , OUR GUARANJtt All Parti 6 Montht Shop Labor 90 Davi :. Call 30 D Dooley's PRICES Are LOWER! ~ REPUBLIC 30-Gal. WATER HEATER 18 Sam* day imtellolion ovDitafeli ol qitr« toil. We also carry 20, 40. 50 Gal, Water Healers ol Comparable Prices. I.V Pl.t'MillMi PFP7". KEYS Duplicated 1C Ik, un It, Vf if oppl.ei lo alt r B'nn'.i In fn Hardware Dfpt. DOOLEY'S HARDWARE MART W ICING (EACH 81VO NORM LONG BEMH 1 KLON . . KSPC... KXLU .. KSUL... KPFK .. KUSC... KFAC K N X . . . . KPOL .. ....88.1 .:'..M7 ....89.1 ....M.I ....90.7 ....91.i 93.3 ....93.1 ....93.9 KDUO KNOB KJOI . KFOX KHJ .. KJTE KKDJ KOST. 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