One thing I liked about vacationing was we always drove. If we were driving to Florida or Minnesota or wherever, it meant that we were staying in some town or city at least one night before reaching our destination....so before we got to a hotel, I would beg my mom or dad to stop somewhere and get a TV GUIDE. First thing I did was scan the page of the next morning lineup...then like some kind of weirdo, I'd make sure I was up earlier than the first show I wanted to watch...seeing cartoons in other viewing areas outside of Chicago seemed like a real treat...many stations still ran things like Woody Woodpecker or Tom and Jerry with the full opening/ending titles (something WFLD cut in the late 70's...yet they left the openings to Popeye). Another treat for me, like this example, some had generic blanket titles like CARTOON CARNIVAL and you never knew what was coming up.
There was a time when shows in syndication had to bear different titles because the programs were still running on the networks they originated from. Anyone remember Robert Young, Family Doctor that entered syndication within the last year or two Marcus Welby, M.D. was on the ABC schedule? And so it was with Happy Days Again.
I just had a horrible dream that Marshall Field's got bought out by some big store out of New York and they changed the name and are now talking about selling off or leasing parts of the State Street store. Oh wait, that really happened.