Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 23, 1969 · Page 16
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|IP:iRC I B GRKELKY TKIHUNE Thurs., Oct. 23, 1969 ,,«·* As Boyle Sees It Meet Joe Poertner Candidate FOR City Honest CapabBe Sincere Sub Boyle Column By JERRY BUCK Associated Press Writer For Hal Boyle NEW YORK (AP) - Le Marvin squatted by the recor player, put on Ihe cast album i "Paint Your Wagon" and sail "This is my first singing TO. and possibly my last." Singing, lie allowed, was nc exactly his disli of lea, but Ilic music [lowed out--a kind contemporary honky tonk--h bcciimi! excited. Marvin's style is to talk h way through the lyrics in a vim gary but pleasing fashion. His gray hair,.worn long fo the lead role, was pulled bac and secured with a rubber bam He wore a- loose-fitting blu shirt decorated with large whi dots and light red jeans wil matching slippers. His face, with a large an wandering nose, looked as if :iad bounced off a barrooi floor. As he moved back to 1.1 couch, his large frame sti packed an undercurrent of men ice that had turned him inl one of Hollywood's best ba ;uys before his comic cowbo ·ole in "Cat Ballou" won him a Oscar. Marvin contends that the rol of the hard-fighting, hard-drink ing, happy-go-lucky prospecto Peru State Graduates Will Gather Graduates, former student; and friends of Peru State Col lege in the Rocky Mountain are; will hold their annual dinne meeting at the Farm Fair Res taurant Saturday, according I Pnt Benford Bornemeier, pres ident of the Rocky Mountain area chapter of Peru Alumni. 'A social hour is scheduled fo: G p.m., and the dinner will bi at 7. Merrill .Icnscn, n 1!MO grad uate of Peru Slate College, wil discuss "Rambling Through Al rica, Europe and Asia Minor.' Jensen is principal of East Hig School, Cheyenne, Wyo. Dr. Neal S. Gomon, presiden of Peru tSale since 1S5I, will b present to bring greetings froir Nebraska's first college. Arrangements for the dinnei are being handled by the off! cers, Mrs. Bornemeier, 1926 2(itl Ave. Cl., Grceley; Mrs. William Oliver, 3291 S. Willow Cl., Denver, vice president; and F. Dale Moore, 720 DcVinncy Dr., Golden, secretary. He's Second Best NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - David Wanscr, who failed in his write-in campaign lo become University of Oklahoma homecoming queen last week, was elected Tuesday night as president of the university's Studenl Congress. Wanserj a senior from Norman,' was eliminated from the homecoming queen conlest in a technicality involving filing of entry papers, but lie was chosen "miss congeniality" by the other contestsnls. Greeley Needs A Strong City Council A good gift for ANYONE ' at ANYTIME EATON'S Fine Letter Pnpers W h e n you sivo K n t c m ' s they'll know you've chosen the very bnsl. \Ye have a lovely select i o n lo show you--now | styles, new tints and bright colors, nil exquisitely g i f t boxed ' From $1 By HAL BOYLE in (lie California gold rush one that fits him like a glove. 'The music fits the character and it fits me," he said. "This is i man who detests Ihe laws o :ivilizalion. lie's' a frontiers nan. He slowly puts up witli ev- rything surrounding the gold own, even though he detests I." Is that the way you feel? "Oh sure, it's that happy combina :ion of character and self. So t's not really an acting job. 1l'« lot putting on a false face." Marvin said lie regarded film naking as escapism. "You ge .he best of an era and eliminate lie tragedies. The gold rush? Itrike out, boys, it's here! Pick L up!" The beauty of II, he said, L bat he can live an exciting role md not have to pay the consequences of his acts. "You can kick the responsibilities," he ;aid. "This form of acting is not mature business. The more childish you get with it, the nore believable it is." Does lie see his own films? * ove lo see them, which sounds ike a rotten thing lo say, but hat's why I made them. I enjoy he make-believe world." Beatle McCartney Alive, Well Denies Reports of His Death LONDON (AP) -- Bcallo Paul month, would say only: "It's a McCartney protested today that i 0 t O f nonsense, reports of his death were exaggerated and friends of the mil- wood and couldn't be reached from here. ' McCartney himself has on a .motoring holiday for about a week and refused to tell anyone where he could: be found. He telephoned the statement to Apple Tuesday night. If McCartney is a .faked dou-| ble, then 1 he has fooled a lot of b««n people, Including the British government. 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"Paul refuses to say anything more than that," said Derek Taylor, Apple's chief spokesman. "Even if he appeared in public just to deny rumors it wouldn't do any good. If people vant to believe he's dead then hey'll believe it--the truth is not at all persuasive." Fellow Beatle John Lennon, vho is in seclusion since his vife, Yoko Ono, lost the baby liey were expecting earlier this member of the famed quartet A QUARTET Of told Apple he considered the stories loo stupid to bother denying Starr is on business in Each is distinctive in design and artistry. Bring your lady love in for a try-on and choose tha ! one she favors most. : Will re-do other people's mistakes. Tell him what you need. 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