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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta tt-THI LITHSmDOI HMALD Con sports solve Women brainwashed to be losers By JUDY KLEMESRUD New York Timei Service NEW YORK The Rev. Dr. Thomas Boslooper is a mod-looking New Jersey clergyman with long blond sideburns and a fondness for turtle-necks who has spent a good part of the last 16 years trying to find out why so many women have emotional problems. And now he thinks he's found the a lack of physical due mainly to society's traditional view that a woman who exercises her muscles is somehow Because of this the 49-year-old clergyman said the other are brainwashed from birth into being losers. They still think of themselves as non- aggressive and supportive And that's no matter how liberated they women continue to lose who is is not some Johnny-come- lately trying to rip off the women's movement although some movement women have treated him that way by shouting him off the stage at recent feminist meetings He said he began his study of women 16 years ago while serving as a pastor in where part of his job was to counsel panshoners with problems. Since he estimates he has interviewed about 400 including Olympic opera civic leaders and even four former Miss to try to find out why some women are happy and others are miserable. found that all the happy women were physically active and felt no matter what they he said with emotional problems constantly tried to do things to make them feel Herald' Family weak and delicate. They neglected all physical ac- tivities in an attempt to feminize they played the femininity Boslooper has written the results of his research in a new The Femininity Game Stein and in collaboration with Mama a science writer When he wasn't out inter- Boslooper kept busy writing the sermons for the 200-family reformed church of N J a Bergen county community about 12 miles from Manhat- tan express my views from the pulpit from time to he about six times a year. I say that one reason men put women down professionally is that they are so accustomed to putting them down physically. Men can keep women in a secon- dary position by keeping them and the best way to keep them weak is to keep they physically The clergyman advocates coed competitive sports all through grade high school and if it could be set up where the players were basically equal as to size and One value of this com- he would be to help condition both boys and girls at an early age that physical prowess is a natural expression for women Also he is that coed sports would teach women how to be competitive and that is very important for their social and intellectual development and their own personal well who don't get the positive experience of these drives become devious and he asserted. found that what we call the ob- noxious woman is a very aggressive woman who iias no way to channel her Boslooper stressed that neither he nor his nor their two and were physical faddists. Their major exercise consists of bicycling and swimming he said. And does his wife outshine him in any physical He smiled can handle a sailboat better than I he said with obvious she drives a car better than I do And it doesn't bother me one Students refused poster support Council members decided to back the stand of the public school board in refusing such literature to be and a copy of the decision was to be forwarded to the students and those in charge of the infor- mation centre. Other council business included the planning of the Area 11 convention to be held Nov 24 at Wilson Junior High with registration to commence at 9 am Topics to be discussed will be the introduction of the metric bussing of science fairs and pre-school education WeeWhimsv after you see your doctor bring your prescription to 1609 S Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Kevin Brown sent onginil for his queue your child s quotation to this paper The annual provincial convention of home and school councils is slated for March in Grande Prairie. Students lost a controversial battle with the Lethbndge Council of Home and School Associations when the members refused to support them in allowing posters to be displayed concerning the Birth Control and Information Centre The issue arose last Dec. 10 when a delegation of young people approached the council in hopes of parental support where support from the school board was lacking. They ask- ed that posters advertising services available at the centre be allowed in city high but following months of were refused all support. In and out of town A hobby and antique fair sponsored by the Monarch Beavers' Club will be held from 2 to 9 p m in the Monarch school auditorium There will be a pottery mak- ing demonstration from 4 to 8 p m as well as displays of collections and anti- ques from members of the community. No admission charge. Coffee and pie will be served JACKPOT BINGO TUS THURSDAY NOVEMU 1st STARTS P.M. SHARP PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH JacKpot Starts at and it won Every Thursday 2nd Jackpot SO In 50 Numtera Sth 7 No. Jackpot Pot 'O Gold PER CARD OR 9 FOR M.OO ALSO FREE CARDS. FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years not allowed Beware ye Ghosties and goblins and things that go bump m the night prowled Lethbndge streets last demanding treats to keep their souls at rest for another year. Herald photographer Walter startled by this was spared physical damage by agreeing to snap a quick pic. the headless creature drifted into the blackness to sleep in a cold earth-bound quiet till next Halloween. Duchess still ignored LONDON The Duchess of snubbed for many yean by the Royal Family before a recqocilU- Uon last been In- vited to the wedding Nov. 14 of Princess Anne and Capt. Mark Phillips. A Buckingham Palace spokesman have just been told she has not been asked. There is nothing more I can The 76-year-old duchess is Princess Anne's great-aunt by marriage. As the twice-divorced Wallis WarfieW Simpson of the duchess married the late Duke of Windsor in 1936 after he ab- dicated as King Edward VIII in the face of objections of the cabinet under Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin to a inorganic marriage. He reign- ed as king only 10 months. Cold-shouldered for decades by British the duke and duchess in May last year were visited in their Paris home by the Queen during a state visit to France. Ten days later the Duke and an invitation by the Queen for the Duchess to stay at Buckingham Palace had appeared to set the final seal on their reconciliation. Granny thumbs it every day Fla. Elaine a 72-year-old hitch-hikes eight miles to classes every day She's convinced she can earn a college degree while thumbing rides with her best lady's got it down to a says the com- munications major at Florida Technological University The technique has worked for two years already. Mrs who figures she has years of living each day rides a bus to a busy Orlando intersection. I walk up to a car and request a ride the remaining eight she said. Last while standing at her favorite she smiled at the wrong car. An Orange County Sheriff's depu- ty told her she'd have to find a new spot where she wouldn't disrupt traffic. Golden Mile Announcing the official... We invite you to come in and see the NEW FALL FASHIONS from FIRTH and enter your name in our DRAW BAR- RELL for worth of prizes to be drawn for this week. BARRY MATHEWS MEN'S SUITS Off our entire selection of including the NEW FALL lines from FIRTH CLOTHES. MURRAY LESLIE SHIRTS Sizes and styles for all the men in your family. Leather Coats Full size range available from JACKETS to TOP COATS All alterations extra welcome Bond Street College Mall Phone 329-3411 Open Monday through Fri- day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. Next Keep fit 10 a m Hairdressing 2 pm. sharp Please bring etc for curling hair and hav- ing hair properly shampooed. Singing 10 a m. Dancing 2pm. Special show- ing by Dr Singh Anant of slides from India at 2 p m sharp Nov. 1 bridge tournament at p m. sharp. Cash prizes Small household appliance class at 2 p m The Golden Mile Singers recently entertained at the Vulcan United Church at the 60th anniversary. They also sang at the senior citizens' lodge. NEEDS FACE-LIFT TORONTO Toronto needs attractive street fire hydrants and bus shelters to brighten it says Alderman Colin Vaughan. The design of these fixtures is currently he said. je Sale NovembefBrd a.m. mthe All Purpose Room Civic Centra Sponsored by tin Sir Alexander Qalt ChapMr ol ttM I.O.D.E. In Alberta the low cost of Natural Gas helps cut the high cost of Natural gas is the world's premium fuel It's available at reasonable cost and backed by service that you can depend on. canaoian uuesrern natural-cas company Linmreo 'Centre Villagi Church Groups Clubs Charitable Organizations Ctntre Village Merchants Association to sponsoring CHARITY BAZAAR Novombof 15th-16th-17th and Invltt You to Attend. During this 3 day period we open the Mall to all Charltabte Organizations Interested in raising funds for their Individual and we Invite your group to attend. Tables will be supplied by the Mall. RESERVE YOUR SPACE Any Interested Qroup is Asked to Call 328-8835 by Nov. Sth to Reserve a table for the Bazaar Mall that Has It ;