Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUB kBTHVIUIHMI NBIMbD PfHMy. 9, It all a part of special Olympics Carol Channing in a Red Wing sweater? By ALCOLLETTI NEW YORK (CP) Broad- way star Carol Channing donned a Detroit Red Wings sweater and joined a celebrity team of women in a floor hockey game against a men- tally retarded group of girls. The girls, coached by Jean Beliveau, National Hockey League hall of famer, beat the celebrities 3-2 on a pair of penalty shots. The celebrities were "penalized" for having too many players on the floor, said BUI Chadwick, NHL Hall of Fame referee The girls wore New York A LASS ISN'T DECEIVED WHEN SHE KNOWS SHE'S BKN Bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL BENDIX Robert Kempenaar 248 Robert Stanko 298 (783) Carol Kempenaar 264 Ernie Granson 229 Jack Brown J09 (742) Galen Harris 231 Guy Brown 235 Leo Macht 225 Ralph Heitman 224 Louise Marshall 215 Stampeders ink Iwo halfbacks CALGARY (CP) Calgary Stdmpeders announced' Thursday the signing of two new halfbacks with the Western Football Conference club Bruce Morns, a six-foot, i87-pound University of Guelph, Ont, product, was the Stampeders' round draft choice in the 1974 Canadian college draft Fritz Turner, a five foot, 11-inch, 165-pound university of Wyoming graduate, was selected to the Western Athletic Conference all star team for the last two years ALCON Ruth Aldotf 222 Rollie Jalbert 253 Eiias Sawilla 275 Jack. Tremblay 334 (842) Dave Miller 242 John Chnslensen 248 Tom Fix 250 Sheila Nieman 251 Chris Steadier 254 Brent Chambers 231 COMMERCIAL MENS John Rempel 319 (825) Sam Girardi 295 (745) Rollie Talbert 353 Bob Costanzo 298 (854) Ralph Guzzi i 305 (836) Jack Tremblay 310 (776) Roy Cunningham 310 (793) Kent Leishman 304 (800) Ken Malcomson 301 (661) Ken Larson 388 (850) Jack Smeed 295 (793) SEARS Jack Unterscher 297 Emma Unterscher 243 Bei nice Hartley 234 Mel Stasiuk 227 Marlene Stasiuk 246 Vic Bawell 270 (701) Allan Bird 248 Kae Mann 224 Joy Li_kasiewich 264 (705) Loretta Karbonik 294 Helen Rossetti 286 Bill Todd 279 (711) Brian Rosetti 240 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Flora Donato 224 Karlyn Spitzer 255 (701) Darrell Block 257 (650) Dick Wells 330 (762) Phil Legge 286 (664) Marv Higa 349 (753) Shirley Bloudofl 305 (755) Randy Wilson 228 DAIRY QUEEN Maud Patterson 228 Helen Rossetti 220 Mary Ward 238 Grace Hill 229 Audrey Scott 232 Bernice 243 (656) Bodil Johannsen 256 (646) Erma McGuire 292 (733) Gailya Pedersen 220 Marge McLdughhn 223 Eileen Carter 224 Helen Hemonen 266 CAPRI BOWL MORNING COFFEE Gail Lewicki 285 Cecile Komonac 257 (688) Mary Noss 256 Tilley Roberts 242 Mary Legge 240 Adeline Kiause 245 Verna Volden 243 MARTINIZING Masa Goshmmon 319 (745) Ollie Turner 289 Angele Morrison 279 Bernice Hay 278 Donna Arnold 251 (663) Mane Oseen 272 (679) Judy Tamayose 276 (719) Isabel O'sten 261 (673) Minnie Hiebert 287 (669) Jean Passey 298 (752) GREEN'S SHOES Dena Smith 284 (712) J.m Higa 298 (728) Jean Koskoski 298 (689) Bill Koskoski 297 (775) Al Smith 292 (815) Marion Tolley 283 (762) Karlyn Spitzer 288 (739) Bev Mezei 282 Dorothy Sorensen 350 (790) Ken Mack 298 Cec Beaudry 289 (761) Eleanor Dongatti 297 (713) Bill Hamilton 337 (833) Sam Girardi 289 (693) EAGLES LODGE Helen Weets 322 (745) Joe Gillett 263 Norm Miller 263 Frank Gorda 247 Connie Gi'lett 236 RonBata251 Ev Hunt 248 Debbie McKenna 248 Jean Matchett 259 Kathy Ludwig 252 (665) Cyril Barnett 246 George Matchett 251 Ranger uniforms, and the lut thing Bill wanted to see his Rangers defeated. He does color commentary for the New York club on television. The Kennedy clan turned out in force for the sixth anni- versary party Thursday at Madison Square Garden, hon- oring more than chil- dren and young athletes who compete in Special Olympics, the world's largest sports pro- gram for the mentally re- tarded The Special Olympics are sponsored by the Joseph P Kennedy Jr. foundation RECEIVE AWARDS Harry (Red) Foster, a To- ronto advertising executive, and Clarence Campbell, presi- dent of the NHL, were among those given the 1974 Kennedy family awards Foster was cited for' his leadership in the Canadian Special Olympics program Through the Foster Founda- tion, he pushed floor hockey throughout Canada and con- vinced Campbell that the NHL should sponsor it When the first Special Olympics were held in 1968 in Chicago, floor hockey became the program's first team sport The 1974 Special Olympics will feature an international tournament in Winnipeg in June with teams representing all 16 NHL cities About mentally re- tarded youngsters will be competing at the start of the eliminations NHL players have helped to teach, coach and run clinics for the mentally retarded Fa- cilities of the league have been placed at the disposal of floor hockey teams, with LBFL meets Tuesday The Lethbndge Businessmen's Fastball League will hold its annual meeting at the Odd Fellows Hall Tuesday night The general meeting featuring the election of officers for the up-in-coming season will get underway sometime around 7 30 p m All teams wishing to join the league this season are urge to attend LETHBRIDGE FARM EQUIPMENT LTD. 1263 SECOND AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-3888 AGENTS FOR. J. I. CASE-DAVID BROWN TRACTORS-DUAL LOADERS and now ANDERSON RODWEEDERS DAVID BROWN TRACTORS ANNOUNCEMENT Lethbridge Farm Equipment is pleased to announce the changing of ownership from the present owners to Mr. Ed Frasz, formerly of Case Power Equipt. in Humbolt, Saskatchewan. Mr. Frasz has been involved with agricultural equipment basically all his life and the last eleven years being with Case Co. as a District Manager and as a Store Manager in Humbolt, Saskatchewan. There will be no change in business administration and we hope to retain all present and future customers. Please drop in at your earliest convenience and meet the new manager, who will be keeping the present employees now with Lethbridge Farm Equipment. We of Lethbridge Farm Equipment welcome Mr. Frasz and will be work- ing with Mr. Frasz and hope you will give him your support and patronage that you have given us in the past and we thank you for your past patronage. We Remain, LETHBRIDGE FARM EQUIPMENT CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP THE J. I. CASE CO. Takes this opportunity to thank their local Lethbridge Dealer LETHBRIDGE FARM EQUIPMENT LTD. and its staff for the 35 years of royalty, integrity and service to the agricultural community in Southern Alberta. Transfer of ownership is being made and the new dealer is Mr. Ed Frasz, who will be operating under the same business name. We wish the new owner every success in his new endeavors. I. CASE CO. youngsters given tickets to games. The NHL provides the uni- forms and equipment for the teams and pays their trans- portation and expenses The Kennedy Award went to Campbell and the NHL "for proving that professional athletes can be com- passionate, generous and un- selfish" and "for devotion to the mentally retarded without parallel." By 1973, a million mentally retarded youngsters are ex- pected to become involved in the Special Olympics, Foun- dation officials said. Special Olympics was founded in 1968 by Eunice Kennedy Shnver, executive vice-president of the Kennedy foundation Four share lead at Greensboro GREENSBORO, N C (AP) A four-way tie for the top spot developed Thursday in the rain-shortened first round of the Greater Greensboro Open golf tournament Mason Rudolph, Leonard Thompson, lefty Bob Charles and Babe Hiskey all posted six-under-par 65s before rain and darkness forced suspension of play with 30 competitors still out en the Sedgefield Country Club course The players who were unable to complete their round marked their position on the course and will finish first-round play early today Lee Trevino, winner last week in New Orleans, George Knudson of Toronto, Jimmy Jamieson and Ray Floyd were tied with 66. one off the pace Another group, including Jim Wiechers, John Mahaffey and Jim Simons, was at 67 South African Gary Player and defending champion Chi Chi Rodriguez had 69s Ben Kern of London, Ont, the only other Canadian in the tournament, was close behind the leaders after shooting a 70 Arnold Palmer had a 74 Jack Nicklaus, Johnny Miller and Tom Weiskopf did not enter and Ben Crenshaw withdrew from the tournament, the last event before next week's Masters tournament. The early starters, including Rudolph, Charles, Jamieson, Knudson and got in their rounds before the rams started The torrents began moments after they finished, caused an afternoon delay of more than an hour and turned the course into a quagmire The other Hiskey and in a steady downpour that swept the course of spectators, deposited puddles of water and lured forth a couple of streakers They dashed their nude way across the ninth green during one of the heaviest showers and, with most of the gallery gone home, were witnessed by only a handful of people Among those stranded on the course was Ken Still, who1 was four under par with three holes to play and definitely in contention for the first-round lead The second round of play was to begin as soon as the delayed players finished their first 18 holes this morning Jake Scott may jump MIAMI (AP) The Herald says defensive halfback Jake Scott has confirmed an offer of for three years to jump from Miami Dolphins of the National Football League to Hawaii of the World Football League "It sounds like something I can't turn the news- paper quotes Scott as saying in his home in Atlanta. "But I decided to talk to the Dolphins before I accepted, to give coach Don Shula and managing partner Joe Robbie an opportunity to come up with an offer Scott, 28, joined the Dolphins in 1970 The year before, he left the University of Georgia after his junior year to accept an estimated offer from British Columbia Lions of the Cana- dian Football League. SATURDAY SUPER SAVERS MwchandlM en Sato Friday p.m. to p.m. and Saturday, April 9th a.m. to p.m. Umltad Quantlttat. 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