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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta MbRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 21, 1974 itf CAPP ff NEKT J WEEK. ROGea LET'S POP IN AN' I I'LL BUY -YER A J QUICK ONE It. 4 COME ON, ENJOY 1'SELF WHILE CAN S WONT 'AM MUCH CHANCE ONCE XER MARRIEO DONT CAPP-XJU PROBABLY bfitlNK AS MUCH NOW AS fOU DID WHEN NER WERE SINGLE Young swimmer didn't want to quit, coach accused of pushing her too far Tommy Ivan makes it into Hockey Hall of Fame CHICAGO (AP) Tommy Ivan never progressed any higher then senior ranks as a Canadian hockey player in the 1930s But on Thursday the general manager of Chicago Black Hawks will be inducted into the National Hockey League's Hall of Fame at Toronto It's a tribute to Ivan's 28 years in the NHL, first as a coach of Detroit Red Wings and then, since 1954, as general manager of the Black Hawks "You wonder if it could hap- pen, and it did said the 63-year-old Ivan, whose proteges included two of hockey's all-time greats, Gordie Howe and Bobby Hull. "I just hope I'm worthy of the honor, it's got to be my biggest thrill and I've had a lot of them 'his league A bn heek-bone and jawbon i 936 ended the Toront n. ive's playing career s n under-sized centre a b. rted him on the anr .ecutivepath TORONTO (CP) Angela Kondrak didn't want to be pulled out of the water at the end of her unsuccessful bid to swim Lake Ontario, her coach said Tuesday night "Yes, she did want to go on and she didn't like being pulled out of the said Art Dufresne The 14-year-old Toronto girl had been in the lake for more than 24 hours when she was pulled from the water less than a mile from the Toronto waterfront about 9 p.m Monday She was taken to the Sick Children's Hospital after the swim, but allowed to go home Tuesday afternoon. A hospital spokesman had indicated ear- lier Tuesday she would not be allowed to go home until at least today Angela was attempting to become the youngest swimmer to cross the lake. She spent more time in the water than any of the five swimmers who did make it During the last five hours she often appeared helpless against the winds and currents that took her far off course At times she appeared to be swimming away from her destination Dufresne was criticized for allowing her to remain in the water as long as she did. It was her mother who finally insisted she be hauled from the water into a police boat Dufresne said Tuesday An- gela will "have something to say" today about charges "I was pushing her beyond the limits of endurance." Every coach has a responsi- bility to take his swimmer out of the water "if she stops swimming and she doesn't have her faculties but Angela always had her faculties "What's a coach's role in swimming if they don't try to succeed9" Mr Dufresne said he had not yet discussed the swim in detail with Angela "But mentally, she's right up She's going to try the English Channel next year and Art Dufresne will be her coach Dr Paul Hauch of the Inter- national Swimming Federation said Tuesday a physician familiar with sports medicine should have been available for consultation during the swim and his opinion should have carried more weight than that of her parents or coach For her efforts, the Grade 9 student will receive a car, a diamond ring, private donations of thousands of dollars and a Canadian painting She received at least three gifts, one of them from a First World War veteran, 84- year-old Carl Emsley, who said he admired her spunk and 'that's worth more than a completed swim RAISI PEANUT APPLE LUNCH BREAD BUTTER MEAT JUICE SKYLARK. BROWN or WHITE 16 oz. net wt. losi EMPRESS. HOMOGENIZED or CHUNK STYLE 48 oz. net wt. tin TASTE TELLS. RECONSTITUTED 48 fl. oz. tin SPECIAL SAVINGS IN THE BAG BARTLETT PEARS WASHINGTON CANADA FANCY COTTAGE net 3201 SPEClW- eactt NEW POTATOES CANADA NO. 1 .39 Ib. bag CANTALOUPE CALIFORNIA JUMBO SIZE B.C. PEACHES CANADA DOMESTIC GRADE 16% Ib. Case, each Ib. SPECIAL 3.1 00 PRUNE PLUMS WASHINGTON CANADA NO. 1. SPECIAL 00 B.C. CARROTS CANADA NO. 1 Cello Bag. SPECIAL CANTERBURY 0 PS P Pkg. of 120 SPECIAL 389 FROZEN FOOD BUYS BEL AIR 24oz.netwt.size PEACH HALVES TOWN HOUSE CALIFORNIA U.S. FANCY, also slices, 14 fl. oz tin APPLE FiES STEAK FRIES GHccN FANS TWIN F JPS LAYER CAKES BEL AIR CinidiFancyPotalott.2lb.pkg. BEL AIR. Regular Cut ESKIMO. Assorted Flavours. 6x 3II. oz. SARA LEE. Assjited Flavours. 15 oz. not w size VINEGAR Heinz 128 fl. oz. plastic SPECIAL I19 65< .79' MARGARINE Blue Bonnet 3 Ib. pkg. SPECIAL RELISHES Heinz assorted pickle flavours. 12 II. oz. jar. SPECIAL ;