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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 Ask Lethbridge sports viewer asks fate of ski jumper Dick Kleiner DEAR DICK: In the introduction film in Wide World of Sports, a ski jumper crashes off the ramp. What was his name? What happened to him did he ever ski again? BRENT WAKEY, Lethbridge. That was an unfortunate Yugoslavian ski jumper named Vienko Bogatej. And, miraculous as it may seem, all that happened to him was a brain con- cussion. He's back ski jumping in competition. DEAR DICK: Will you clear up something for us, please. Jaye P. Morgan and Jane Morgan are they cousins or sisters? ALDE MORSE, Dover, N.H. Neither. They are un- related. DEAR DICK: Will the movie, A Space Odyssey, ever be on TV? I understand ABC signed a contract in 1972 with MGM to develop a TV series bas- ed on the movie to be call- ed Space Odyssey. It was projected for the '74 season. Have plans for the series fallen through? RANDALL STAPP, Ringgold, Ga. ASTRO REALTY INSURANCE LTD. PHONE 328-7748 WESTMINSTER MALL ABC did make a pilot movie, called Earth II, which was aired. It was a spinoff from the movie but it didn't sell. The network says they have no present plans to reactivate the pro- ject. The movie itself will undoubtedly be shown on TV one of these years. DEAR DICK: In the pop- ular movies, Billy Jack and The Trial of Billy Jack, they center the whole movie around the Freedom School. Where is it located in real life? KARLA OCSMAN, Sandusky, Ohio The school is purely fic- tional. It is modeled after the Montessori schools. Tom Laughlin and Delores Taylor of the Billy Jack team helped found the first Montessori school in the U.S. DEAR DICK: About 1925 or saw a show here called The Shepherd of the Hills, based on the book by Harold Bell Wright. Is there any possibility that this film will be shown again sometime? Would it be possible to rent it? HERB SOMMERS, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho The chances of a film from the '20s being shown again are negligible, ex- cept possibly at some es- oteric film festival. As for rentals, I doubt it is in stock, but you could try Films, Inc., 5625 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. 90028. If DID YOU