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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Thursday, November 28, 19.4 FLORIDA-WEST INDIES CRUISES 7 dayi Tampa 7 dayt Crulw Dapart Calgary avary Friday, Commencing Jin 10, 1975 par paraon (double occupancy) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Cantra Village Mall Phona 328-3201 The Sports Stan Fischler Hockey's celebrity list Equire Magazine recently published an article called "The Great Celebrity Ball" In it the editors listed several dozen of the most publicized persons in the world The list was based upon names which appeared in The New York Times, and several other significant publications Not one hockey player was on the list Which is both good and bad Bad because I would hope that hockey player would be popular enough to make the celebrity list Joe Namath did and good because it now enables me to present Fischler's Great Fantasy Celebrity Hockey Ball It is based upon well published persons whose names appeared in The Toronto Star sports pages, Sporting News and other publications THE DAIS The King and Queen of Hockey Celebntydom Gordie and Colleen Howe THE 10 DARLINGS OF THE DAIS Al Eagleson, Bobby Hull Bill Wirtz Derek Sanderson, Bobby Clarke, Clarence Campbell Gerry Cheevers, Sammy Pollock, Foster Hewitt and Bobby Orr TABLE ONE Dennis Murphy, Bruce Norns, Frank Mahovlich, Vladislav Tretiak, Dave Schultz. Brad Park, Bob Woolf and Fred Shero TABLE TWO- Phil Esposito (However, he didn't show up TABLE THREE Jim Cullen Berme Parent, Pat Stapleton, Ben Hatskin Paul Henderson, Harold Ballard and Bud Poile TABLE FOUR Valen Kharmalov andrvick Ley (And two interpreters plus one referee TABLE FIVE- Gilles Gratton, Ed Giacomm, Ken Dryden, Rogatien Vachon Tony Esposito, Doug Favell and Gilles Gilbert TABLE SIX. Harry Sinden Johnny McKenzie, Bill Jen- nings Don Ruck, Punch Imlach, Bill Harris and Stan Midita TABLE SEVEN Rick MacLeish Walt Tkaczuk, Mickey Redmond Emile Francis, John Ferguson, Eddie Shack, Rejean Houle Bill Hunter, Paul Shmyr and Maurice Richard TABLE EIGHT- Bob Casey, Bill Chadwick, Jim Proudfoot, Ted Green Danny Gallivan, Ted Lindsay, Marcel Pelletier King Clancy John Robertson, Jim Browitt, Scotty Morrison, Walt Marlow and Jim Pattison TABLE NINE- Garry Unger (He did show up Late') TABLE 10. Milt Schmidt, Ralph Backstrom, Nick Mileti Anatoli Tarasov, Howie Meeker, Howard Baldwin, Ken Hodge Gene Hart Scotty Morrison, Marv Albert, Munson Campbell, Larry Zeidel, Kate Smith and Vern Buffey TABLE 11 Brian O'Neill, Carl Brewer, Gerry Patterson, Howard Casper Gil Perreault, Lowell Weicker, John D'Amico, John Bassett Jr Aldo Guidohn, Barry Ashbee Denis Potvm, Ron Ryan Sid Salomon III and Larry Rauch TABLE 12- Tommy Ivan, Red Kelly, Milt Dunnell, Yvan Cournoyer, Dave Keon Andre Lacroix Wayne Cashman, Roy Boe Walter Bush, Bunny Ahearne and Boris Kulagin TABLE 13 Mark and Marty Howe TABLE 14 Marcel Dionne. Ron Ward, Syl Apps, Serge Ber- mer Jack K el ley Mike Walton, Tim Tyan Sid Abel EdSrmder Doug Harvey and Dave Dryden THE GATE CRASHERS. (They didn t quite make it and were forced to take standing room only) Red Berenson, Rod Selling Vic Hadfield Peter Mahovlich Scotty Bowman Andy Bathgate, Bill McMurty. Tom Johnson, Jean Ratelle Billy Harris (the player) BillTorrey Jim Harrison, Tom Lysiak and Ron Andrews Ice machines withdrawn EDMONTON (CP) The city parks and recreation department has withdrawn its ice-cleaning machines from use after discussions with the board of health The move follows statements by Harald Krusche, public health engineer, that the machines used in the city's artificial ice arenas emit dangerous levels of carbon monoxide Mayor William Hawrelak, at a meeting of city council Tuesday, released a state- ment from the parks depart- ment that the machines are being withdrawn and converted Until the conver- sion is completed and the machines tested, the ice sur- faces will be manually scraped and flooded HORACE JEREMIE WITH HIS SON STEPHEN Possible demonstrations cancel minor encounter HAMILTON (CP) An exhibition foot- ball game between two minor teams scheduled for Wednesday night was cancelled in the wake of threatened racial demonstrations The game between Hamilton's West Mountain Alouettes and the Kenner, La Fighting Leprechauns was called off following a complaint registered with the Ontario Human Rights Commission by one of the parents of an Alouette player Horace Jeremie said he filed the com- plaint after his 15-year-old son, Stephen, was told his family could not billet a white player from Kenner, a suburb of New Orleans Coa'ches from both teams received phone calls Tuesday night threatening civil suits and common jail if the game be tween the two bantam teams was played Jim Castex, an assistant coach with the Leprechhauns, said several messages were awaiting the coaches when they returned from a hockey game Tuesday night and phones started ringing again early Wednesday morning Early this morning the calls started again but the person didn't really identify herself he said "She said she was call- ing for NAACP (National Association for Advancement of Colored People) Castex said Bill Kane, an assistant coach with the Hamilton club said he began receiving phone calls at his home Tuesday 'Yesterday my wife had two threaten- ing phone calls and of course, the caller wouldn t identify himself Jeremie, a native of Trinidad who came to Canada from England nine years ago, explained his reason for lodging the com- plaint with the human rights commission "Stephen has been left out of this ex- perience he has been robbed of the thrill of receiving a kid into his own home be cause of his color Stephen, an offensive halfback with the 5 weekdays of skiing 5 weeknights accommodation YOU O4N'T LCX4F HOME FOR THAT! Minor hockey Alouettes who has been playing in the city s minor league football program for nine years, was advised last Friday he would not be allowed to entertain a member of the Kenner team in his home, shortly before the arrival of the visiting team "His coach (Bob Kew) told him that he had received a letter which said they (Kenner) didn't want their players stay- ing with any blacks Jeremie said "We have had white kids stay here before, for tne CANUSA Games, and there never was a problem This is the first time anything like this has ever happened to us "When I see things like this happening to my kids, well, that's too much If they have to discriminate down there, then they should leave it down there Kew said when he learned of the request he took Stephen aside and "tried to make it as delicate as possible He said he agreed to the request as the best solution under the circumstances "We could have taken a boy and put him in the Jeremie home but we don't know the background they are coming said Kew "We don't know the kind of kid they are going to get He might get homesick and say something racial and I didn't want that to happen "Someone is going to say that as the coach I am responsible to the parents and therefore responsible to Mr Jeremie But I'm responsible to all the parents Now I m in trouble because I thought I was protecting somebody 'I certainly meant no harm to Stephen or Mr Jeremie added Kew, who has coached for seven years ir. the Hamilton Minor Football Association "Certainly I have never been prejudiced to Mr Jeremie s son and I m sure he knows that Honest to God, it was the most innocent thing 5 spectacular days of skiing at three world-famous resorts plus 5 nights accommodation in ister Sunshine Village, vast reaches of above-timberline snow (400" of it a Mount Norquay, one of North America's freatwt txpert mountains, as well as fine aowce aed intermediate facilities three mountain faces, 2600' vertical, If 7 Bfts. 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