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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, February 24, 1975 Soccer scores LONDON (CP) Results of Old Country soccer games Saturday: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Burnley 2 Sheffield U 1 Carlisle 1 Queen's PK 2 Chelsea 3 Newcastle 2 Coventry 3 Ipswich 1 Derby 2 Arsenal ,1 Liverpool 0 Everton 0 Luton 0 Stoke 0 Man City 3 Birmingham 1 Middlesbrough 0 Leeds I Tottenham 0 Leicester 3 Wo'lverhampton 3 West Ham 1 Division II Aston Villa 2 M United 0 Bristol C 2 West Broin 1 Hull 0 Portsmouth 0 Millwall 1 York 3 Norwich 1 Oldham 0 Notts F 0 Cardiff 0 Orient 1 Bristol R 0 Oxford 0 Blackpool .0 Sheffield W 0 Notts C 1 Southampton 0 Bolton 1 Sunderland 1 Fnlham Z Division HI Aldershot 1 Blackburn 1 Brighton 2 Hereford I Bury 1 Bournemouth 0 Gillingham 3 Swintlon 1 Grimsby 1 Colchester 1 Huddersfield 1 Halifax 2 Peterborough 0 Chesterfield 2 Plymouth 0 Crystal P 1 YAMAHA ORGANS Mew and Used COLLEGE MALL Phone 32S-3694 Port Valu 0 Watford 0 Preston 1 Trunmure 0 Walsall 0 Churllon 1 Wroxliam 1 Soulheitd 1 Division IV Bradford 1 Reading 3 Brentford 1 Harllt-uool 0 Crewe 2 Stockporl 0 Doncaster 4 3 Exeter 0 Rotherham 4 Lincoln 3 Barnsley 0 Newport 1 Cambridge 2 Northampton I Southport 1 Rochdale 4 Scunthorpe 2 Swansea 0 Chester 1 Workington 0 Shrewsbury 2 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Aberdeen 1 Dumbarton 1 Atrdrie 1 Hearts 1 Clyde I Rangers 2 Dundee U v Ayr ppd. Dunfermline v St. Johnstone ppd. Hibernian 2 Celtic 1 Kilmarnock 3 Motherwell 1 Morton I Dundee 2 Partick 1 Arbroath 0 Division II Alloa 2 E Stirling 1 Berwick 4 Stenhuusemuir 2 Brechin 0 Queen of S 4 Clydebank 2 Queen's Pk 1 Kalkirk 4 East Fife 0 Forfar 0 Albion 5 Hamilton 5 Cowdenbeath 0 Raith 3 Stirling 0 St. Mirren 4 Meadowbank 0 Stranraer 2 Montrose 2 IRISH LEAGUE Ards 0 Ballymena 0 Cliftonville 1 Lame 0 Coleraine 3 Crusaders 0 Distillery 0 Linfield 2 Glenavon 2 Bangor 1 Glentoran 2 Portadown 0 THE PURCELL STRING QUARTET FROM VANCOUVER String program booked for Yates Is this your lucky Canada Winter University of Lethbridge concert series will present the Purcell String Quartet in concert at the Yates Centre, Wednesday at p.m. A Vancouver group, the Purcell Quartet have appeared before international audiences in such places as Wigmore Hall, London and New York's famous Carnegie Hall. After a performance in San Francisco, a newspaper critic described the Quartet as "the best thing that's happened to the concerts in some time wonderfully matched to each other with no weak link among the four musicians Norma and Frederick Nelson, violins; Philippe Etter, viola; and Ian Hampton, cello were leading members of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra before forming the Quartet in 1969. Since 1972, the Surgery r love life AMES, Iowa (AP) Now that Tiny has proved he -can undergo surgery, romance may be in the offing for the blind two-ton rhinoceros. souvenir program nuniDerr Program number 17572 If it is, you are the winner of a dishwasher. Drawn Tuesday, February 18, 1975. Program No. 14594 was the winner of a Color TV. Drawn Saturday, February 15, 1975. Program No. 2734 drawn for on Sat., Feb. 22 was the lucky winner of TRIP FOR TWO TO HAWAII To claim your prize call 329-0575 and bring your lucky group has been Quartet-in- residence at Simon Fraser 'University. Their Lethbridge concert will include string quartets by Haydn, Ravel and Bartok as well as works by contem- Celebrate 75th steakhouse openi ON STEAK Tomorrow through Sunday PONDEROSA STEAK HOUSE Canada's Largest Family Steak House Chain TEAK HOUSE Magrath LETHBRIDGE Tiny is a 14-year-old Great Indian rhino at the Henry Doorty Zoo, in Omaha, Neb., who several weeks ago devel- oped an intestinal blockage. When he quit eating and drinking, he was given more than five gallons of laxatives at a shot and "tremendous said Dr. Lee Sim- mons, zoo director and a vet- erinarian. Nothing helped, so zoo offi- cials took a chance and knock- ed Tiny out with a narcotic shot times more power- ful than morphine and trucked him some 165 miles from Omaha to the school of Veterinary medicine at Iowa State University (ISU) in Ames. It took three hours of struggle to unload the dozing Tiny and wheel him 100 feet to the operating room. In surgery Friday, four vet- erinary doctors worked in re- lay teams to knead loose the blockage, said ISU's Dr. R. L. Lundvall. "This is the first time ever an Indian rhino, or any rhjno for that matter, has been put on a gas anesthesia ma- Lundvall said. "We were dealing with an animal at least two tons in wild animal. "We didn't know exactly what we would find when we got inside him. We were really flying blind, but we found a blockage and we think we broke it loose." Because Tiny survived the surgery, zoo officials also think his love life can be en- hanced. Tiny had a cataract which caused blindness in one eye when he arrived in Omaha from Nepal 10 years ago. Sim- mons says the injury may have resulted from- a fight with a tiger. A few years ago Tiny lost the sight of his other eye after a fight with an elephant at the Omaha zoo. Simmons'said the zoo, which specializes in breeding endangered species, had hoped to find a mate for Tiny, one of about a half-dozen of his species in the United States. Zoo officials considered try- ing to remove the cataract, but Simmons said "we just didn't know how he would re- spond to anesthesia, how long we could keep him down, whether he would survive." Now that they know, "We will give serious consideration to going after that he said. "Hopefully we can correct his eyesight, arrange a breed- ing loan of Tiny to a zoo where there's a female Great Indian rhino, and help him become more amorous." Ivan the Terrible ballet acclaimed MOSCOW enthu- siastic audience acclaimed the premiere Thursday of the Bolshoi Ballet's, Ivan the Terrible, -its first new work since Anna Karenina in 1972! Choreographer Yuri Grigorovich created the color- ful spectacular in two acts and 19 scenes based on the life of the 16th century czar. Yuri Vladimirov danced the title role! Most of the music comes from the Prokofieff score for the Eisenstein film that in- curred official disapproval during Stalin's time and was not released until 1958. LOS ANGELES (Reuter) Country and western singer Bobbie Gentry filed a fl- million defamation suit against a movie fan magazine Friday which allegedly im- plied she was pregnant with a child by rock star Elvis Presley. Miss Gentry sued Movie Stars Magazine and its owners, saying the magazine cover last April gave the im- pression she was pregnant with a Presley. NEW YORK (AP) Robert Straus, perhaps best known for his role of Stosh in Stalag 17, a play and movie about a German prisoner-of- war camp, .has died at the age of 61. Strauss originated the role on Broadway in 1951, and was nominated for an Academy Award when he recreated the role in the movie version with William Holden. Strauss also appeared in Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis movies, portrayed a janitor in The Seven Year Itch with Marilyn Monroe and Tom Ewell, and appeared as Beer Barrel, the aircraft landing officer, in The Bridges at Toko-Ri. Before going to Hollywood, Strauss had appeared on Broadway as the detective in Sidney Kingsley's Detective Story, and as a press agent in Twentieth Century. Strauss's television credits included Studio One, Wagon Train, and the Ed Sullivan, Red Skelton and Bob Hope shows. He died in hospital Thur- sday. SANTA BARBARA (AP) Actress Lilian August Fon- taine, whose daughters Joan Fontaine and Olivia DeHavilland successfully followed in her footsteps, is dead at 88. Mrs. Fontaine's movie credits included The Lost Weekend, The Bigamist and. Time Out of Mind. She directed the Los Gatos Theatre Workshop in Saratoga near San Jose from 1948 to 1958. TV highlights MONDAY MUSIC: Ian Tyson, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Ian and the Great Speckl- ed Bird are joined by Mimi Farina, Bill Anderson and Mary Lou Turner. DOCUMENTARY: To the Wild Country, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. "Land of the Big Ice" takes a look at Baffin Island's frozen splendors. VARIETY: Pig and Whistle, p.m., Ch. 13. Chalyce Brown is scheduled to appear with John Hewer and the regulars. INTERVIEW: Johnny Carson, p.m., Ch. 9. McLean Stevenson hosts tonight's program. CURRENT EVENTS: Science Magazine, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. David Suzuki hosts a look at solar energy for home heating and drugs that affect the unborn baby. CRIME-DRAMA DEBUT: Caribe, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Stacy Reach and Carl Franklin are handling special assignments as they fight crime in the Caribbean. Joanna Pettet and Jason Evers also star. DOCUMENTARY: Man Alive, p.m., Ch. 7. "I Am Not What You See" has Roy Bonisteel interviewing Sondra Diamond, a practicing psychologist with cerebral palsy. TUESDAY INSTRUCTION: Canadian Schools, 10 a.m., Ch. 7. Search of Science" covers the northern Manitoba lake district by cameraman Paul Guy and his family. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS listed by the Radio and Television Station: porary Canadian composers. Tickets for the concert are for adults, for children and are available from the U of L information booth, 'Leister's Music, ori at the Yates Centre prior to the per- formance. CHEC 1090 Monday Farm News News, Weather, Sports News, Wealher Sports Monday Sports Local News World at Six Tuesday CBC News Monday thru Friday p.m. As It Happens Music of Our People Identities CDN Ladies' Curling Five Nights A Week Great Canadian Gold Rush Written in Hock Tuesday Warmup Grain Prices, News, Weather, Sports News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 after. CJOC 1220 Phone Bill Show Hour of Information News and Grain Prices News Sports Market Report Local News CHEC-FM 100.9 Concie's Carousel Midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores CBR 1010 Eye Opener World at Seven World at Eight Eye Opener The BBC News This Country in the Morning Time Signal Radio Noon Your Forum Disc Brakes Off the Record World at Six DIETPEPSI v Monday O Hollywood Squares OJ> Truth or Consequences 01 News O Gunsmoke B News B Truth of Consequences O> Let's Make a Deal Q Maude 09 News ORhoda flp The Rookies O Rhoda Q Lawrence Welk QD Sanford and Son O Movie: Butterflies are Free B S.W.A.T. O The Rookies B Bingo O Mary Tyler Moore Caribe B Ian Tyson O This Is The Law ID Medical Centre e To a Wild Country News ONews a Pig 'N Whistle O Tonight Show O Movie: All My Darling Daughters ID Caribe B Science Magazine B Man Alive B National B News O Tomorrow B Tommy Banks Show News B Mcrv Griffin B Movie: Deadlock Tieidiy Morning B News B News 8 Understanding Our World O Salute to Agriculture B Thought for the Day B University of the Air B Pinnochio B Capt. Kangaroo O Today Show B Yoga B Wizard of Oz B Farm Facts B Canada A.M. B A.M. America B Klaras Korncr B Talcs of the Rlverbank B Audrey B Today in Montana O Juliette (D Romper Room O Ed Allen 0) Love of Life O Hollywood Squares ID News 0) Come Alive O Jackpot B Young and Restless B Access (School Telecast) O Blank Check ID Search for Tomorrow O News IB Lifestyle O Celebrity Sweepstakes ID All My Children Q Canadian Schools O As the World Turns ffi Pay Cards B Lets Make a Deal O Dressup aUlO.OOO Pyramid ID It's Your Move O Days of Our Lives B Sesame Street ID Galloping Gourmet O The Doctors (D News B Dale Hamey O The Price is Right ID Buck Shot B General Hospital O Match Game '75 0) Woody Wood Pecker B Partridge Family B One Life to Live B Money Maze a Movie: Mr. Inside, Mr, Outside B Movie: Sand Pebbles (Part 1) O Taltletales 1.30 Mike Douglas 0 WhoeJ of Fortune O Gambit B Edge of Night 01 Another World O Now You See It B The Big Showdown B Joker's Wild B Our Town B Split Second B What's The Good Word B Take 30 B Brady Bunch B News B Family Court B Password B News B Ho Knows She Knows B Definition O News B Filslop BNcws ;