The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 2, 1971 · Page 137
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 137

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Saturday, October 2, 1971
Page 137
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Monday Night, October 4,1971 litDO Wild Kingdom, «, 7, It You're On, 8 Let's Make A Deal, 10, 13 Primus, 2, 3, 11 7:00 Special of the Week, 8"Basic Training" — Fred Wiseman explores the routines and rigors of U.S. Army basic training in Fort Knox, Kentucky. Gunsmoke, G. 7, 12 — Marshal Dillon finally confronts the outlaw, played by Jeremy Slate, whose pursuit lie had delayed to help a small bny, in the conclusion of the two-part "Waste." Nanny and (he Professor, 10, 13-"Soulih Sea Island Swcsthcarl"—Ray Bolger guest stars as Nanny's Uncle H or ace, a self- claimed rainmaker w h o arrives looking for a job. Rowan & Martin Laugh- In, 2, 3, 11—Karen Valentine guest-stars ns a flamenco dnnccr, a light- opera singer and a female version of Chief Ironside. 7:30 Shirley's World, 10. 13 8:00 Here's Lucy. 6, 7, 12 — Mike Connors, in his familiar series role on the Network as private investigator Joe Mannix, answers .Lucy's call for help when she stumbles on the identity of two bank robbers. Monday Night at (he Movies, 2, 3, 11 - "Speedway" — A financially successful stock car racing driver is too generous with his winnings, and winds up owing the Internal Revenue Service. Elvis Presley, Nancy Sinatra star. NFL Football, 10, 13 — Oakland R a L d e r s vs Cleveland Browns 8:30 Doris Day Show, 6, 7, 12- Writer Doris Martin exposes a charity racketeer played by guest star Joey Forman, after Mrs. Fair- bum, socialite wife of the publisher of Today's World magazine, recruits her to help supervise the staging of a benefit ball. Book Beat, 8 9:00 My Three Sons, 6, 7, 12— The wedding day arrives fr>r Sieve's Scottish cousin Fergus and Terri Dowling, but Fergus is nowhere to be found, in the conclusion of a four-part story. Legally Speaking, 8—Live call-in program on various issues of law today. 9:30 Arnie, 6, 7. 12 Hoping to put a little more spice into his married life, Amie decides to hire a maid to provide wife Lillian w i t h more leisure time. Legislative Preview, 8 — Wayne Lee, Political editor of The Hutchinson News will moderate. 10:00 Nightcap Edition, 6, 7, 12 KSN News, Weather and Snorts. 2. 3. 11 Driver Education. 8 10:30 Mcrv Griffin Show, 6, 12 You're On, 8 The Tonight Show. J. 3. 11 ' Jack Cassidy is substitute host. Football — Tom Stromgren, 7 10:45 Scarf. Toniglii, 10, 13 11:00 Merv Griffin, 7 11:15 Sherlock Holmes Mystery Theatre, 10, 13 — "The Scarlet Claw" —Basil Rathbone. Nigel Bruce; Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson trap a diabolical monster in the Canadian marshes. (1344) 12:00 Midnight Movie, 12 "A Day Of Firry" — Dale Robertson and Mara Corday. KSN Late News, 2, 3, 11 llutclUnsou News Saturday, Oct, 2, 1971 Page 5A Tuesday Night, October 5,1971 TIME OUT FOR A SONG — Elvis Presley, ns u stock car racing champion and big money winner, and Nancy Sinatra, as the Internal Revenue Service agent who's investigating him, take time out for money matters to sing a song in "Speedway," a comedy Jo be on "NBC Monday Night at the Movies" Oct. 4, 8 p.m. Coming Events 1 — National Society of U.S. Daughters of 1812, Hilton. 2 and 7-« — Hutchinson Theater Guild Production, "Catch Me If You Can," Little Theater, B and Plum. 2 — Hutchinson High School vs. Winfield, football, Gowans Stadium. 2 - "Incredible India," travel film, 8 pirn. Convention Hall. 2-31 - Works of Rex Hall, Kansas State Teachers College art instructor, Mezzanine Galley, Public Library. 3 — Rock Concert, "Kansas," 8-11 p.m. Convention Hall. 4 — Highway 50 Annual Meeting, Hilton. FROM HOUSEWIFE TO SOCIAL WORKER — Carrie Snodgrass, Oscar-nominee for her role in "Diary of a Mad Housewife," will star as a vibrant, somewhat "kooklc" social worker who can solve other people's prob- lems but can't -recognize love when it appears before her own eyes In' "World Premiere: The Impatient Heart" on "NBC World Premiere Movie," over NBC-TV Friday, Oct. 8, 7:Sfl p.m. ; 5 — Fleming Company, diner meeting,' Ramada. , 5 — Kansas Homeniakers Council.meeting, Hilton. 8-« — Kansas State Bar Assn. neeting, Hilton. 7 — Centra] Christian High ichool vs. Galva, Prichard 'ield, Trinity High School. 6-8 — District Judges Assn., udicial conference and semi- lar, Hilton. ' Atlull Literature Class at Library An adult literature course aught by Del Knauer, Hutchin>on High School senior English eacher, under the sponsorsliip of the Hutchinson Public Li- )raiy, will begin Oct. 5, 6:30 Ironside, 2, S, 11 — j "The Gambling Game" — Neophyte policewoman Fran Belding tips the Police Department's hand in a crackdown on gam- . biers. Bobby Darin guest stars. Glen Campbell Goodtimc Hour, 6, 7, 12 The 50th annual Photoplay Awards will be presented on this show to Jack Benny, Debbie Reynolds, All McGraw and Ryan 0' Nenl and others. You're On, 8 Mod Squad. 10, 13 "Survival" — Julie, suffering a snake bite, is left stranded in the desert with a blind man when three young hoodlums steal her car. 7:00 Masquerade, 8 7:30 Hawaii Fivc-0, 6, 7, 12 Buddy Ebsen guest stars as a cunning college professor, with David Canary as his underworld partner, who plots an elaborate scheme to cash $750,000 worth of stolen travelers checks. Special, Z, 3, 11 - Bing Crosby. Movie of the Week, 10, M "The Last Child" - In 1994, a young couple mus flee the country when a government edict threat ens to lake the life o their unborn baby. Star * Michael .Cole, Van Hel'lin The Advocates, 8 8:30 Black Journal, 8 All In The Family, 7 Cannon, 6, 12 — Motion • picture actress Diane Varsl returns to television to -play tin widow of a country-singing Jdol \v Ii o s e plane-crash death brings Frank Cannon into the investigation. The Funny Side, 2, 3, 11— "The Funny Side of Law and Order" — Going to court, deceiving the customs agent and starting a new society are part of the proceedings. 9:00 Marcus Wclby, M.I)., 7, 10, 13 "I Can Hardly Toll You Apart" — The relationship between identical •twins is affected w!ie» one is badly burned. Sally Field guest stars in dual roles. Firing Line. S 9:30 All In The Family, G, 12- Mlke and Lionel participate in a student protest despite warnings fro m Lionel's policeman cousin that a lot of counter-protesting is expected. The GolddJggcrs, 2, 3, U 10:00 Nightcap Edition, 6, 7, 12 Scene Tonight, 10, 13 Insight, 8 KSN News, Weather & Sports, 2, 3, II 10:30 Merv Griffin Show, 6, 7, U Tonight Show, 2, 3, U Guests are Robert. Goulct and Walter Hickel. You're On, 8 Dick Caveti .Show, 10, IS Film star Yul Brynnor and writer Gay Talcso will guest. 12:00 Midnight Movie, 12. "Up Front" - David Wayne and Tom Ewcll KSN Late News, 2, 3, U We Specialize in Service for Zenith, Philco, RCA and Magnavox COLOR TV The class will meet on every other Tuesday evening at 7: in the second floor conference room of the library through May of the coming year. There will be no charge for the class. "Contemporary Literature" is the title Knauer is giving to the course that he taught for six years under the title of "Modem Novels." The use of guest speakers who are specialists in the subjects described in the books to be discussed by class members is another change Knauer plans for this year. 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