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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHMIDGE HIRAID Wtdnwday, Apil 1, 1970 Everyone Is So Polite At Military College NO TEARS THIS TIME !n 1961 the picture ol left of Gory HerJrick, 7, Columbus, Miss., brought world reaction. Gary's steer Boo Boo, had just won grand prize at a Memphis exposition and had to be sold. Through the publicity, the steer was returned to the lad. At right Hedrick, now 18, beams after another win. He says he's more grown up about such things now. Wootw Wash N Wear A step ahead. Fresh ideas in wash n' wear fabritv-to take the caring our of wearing, and m'ake just a Httle bit easier for you. Now POLYESTEK DOUrHEKNIT PRE.CUTj- oz. weight, 40-O2" wide, yprd lengths. The miracle wash 'n'wear fabric that has everyone talking. Perfect for any ensemble. Choose from o marvelous selection of colors and textures. PERMANENT MESS PRINTS 65% Polyester 35% Cotton, 45" wide. An easy- lew, easy-care blend marvelous Summer prints. Shown left in Simpliicly Pattern No. 8599, about MINTED TREVIRA Poly- ester doubleknit In 12 01. weight, 60-42" wide. Colorful plint de- signs In our crepe tex- tured double Knils. So travel-wise, career-correct. POP- LIN PRECUTS 43" wide, 1 to 3 yard lengths. A sturdy blend for all your favorite spsrhwearj also erfecl for punt ensem- es. Just wash'n'wear, of course. By ALAN WHITE VICTORIA (CP) -The brand of extremism found on a Canadian military college campus can be disarming. Everyone is At Royal Roads Military College, on a neo-baronial es- tate above the Strait of Juan de Fuca near here, the visitor gets a painfully correct salute from every cadet he passes. The professors all receive the same mark of respect, and students stand to atten- tion as instructors enter the classrooms. Formality and discipline abound at Royal staff as well as ca- dets. The administration .building Is the estate of the late James Dunsmuir, coal baron and one-time premier cf British Columbia, and dominates the central campus area with its crusty, grey fieldstone walls. There is a decorous air about the 650 acres, pur- chased by the department of TOtional defence in 1941 and now bousing about 220 junior carlels. If it weren't for the sheen the ceremonial brass can- non and the uniforms of ca- dets passing through the gar- dens and lawns at a run or quick march, the campus could pass for a country club. STANDARD IS HIGH But it's no country club in pace. Dr. Eric Graham, who took over at the Roads as director of studies in 1961, said he had his doubts then about the quality of education in mili- tary colleges, apd in fact, did "not have a high opinion of them at all." The chemistry graduate of Queen's University in Kings- ton, CM., and Massachusetts Institute of Technology now says: "In Canada we have a sys- tem of education for" careers in the service which is unique in the world and the stu- dents demand of themselves a very high standard." t Tiie college, which has the cadets for two university years before they go on to the Royal Military College in Kingston, has avoided "tKe. rigid code of honor followed in military colleges in the United Dr. Graham says. Cadets are required to ac- cept the motto "Truth, Duty and whatever else they demand of them- selves above that, "The program is specific here. We are definitely mould- ing a certain kind of product, for a very specific reason. We are producing a special breed oE cat to a certain kind of profession. "If we're going to have an officer, we're looking for a ceriak quality of person. We want quality of education, quality of intellect, quality of COME FROM TOP The cadets generally come from the top 15 per cent of high schools and the college must compete with other uni- versities to attract them. Cadet officers interviewed in '.be mess hall, vthere cadets dine on carefully worked out meals with vitamin supple- ments when prescribed, have a different perspective but much the same view. Theii' first greeting at the college is a uniform and short haircut. Then there's ironing and washing their own clothes. And one cadet said "keep- ing our boots polished is still a real bugbear in the col- lege." With their own officers as- signed on a rotating basis, they regulate themselves from wing the standing regulations of the armed forces. They learn quickly the re- sponsibilities of holding au- thority over cadets of equal rank, as well as those of the junior year, and marry of them at one stage or another are giving orders lo class- mates. "We have to learn to think and learn to function under learn that if we make a mistake, the pressure jvt gets one said of the heavy academic and ath- letic program which domi- nates their days. Other re- sponsibilities are regular mili- tary drill and ceremonial. "They really don't molly- coddle you another said. There is little time in which to slow down. Social life and parties are at the bottom of the cadets' lists. Classes and laboratory ses- sions, held in a teaching block and in large converted stables and dairy buildings of the original Dunsmuir estate, are small and personal. The cadets praise this and Dr. Graham says it maintains a balance in favor of teach- ing, raUief Uian a dedication to research. "We can't afford to have bad classroom teachers here A small institution can't hide them. "We adhere to one rule for PhD, no promo- tion. This is one way to im- prove standards, and ours have gone up tremendously.1 Government Policy On Universities Finances Rapped 1TV HIGHLIGHTS; WEDNESDAY SPORTS: Hwkey Ch. IS: The first-place Boston Bruins meet the third-place Montreal Canadiens. LOCAL: 8 p.m., Ch. 3: The Bland Approach debuts a three-part series on the pros and cons of drug-tak- ing. Tonight: intetviews wth three anonymous local drug- users. SPECIAL: "BUI Ck 7: The third B.C. Special touches on childhood woes, such as that connected with the leap from kindergarten to Grade 1. DKAMA: "MtaJ Sajaai." f.m., Ch. 13: Tension mound on the set ol i movie which is based on an actual tag- forgotten, unsolved murder. With Frank Converse and Linda Marsh. VARIETY: Wekh CL 7: Raquel's first TV special includes guests John Wayne, Bob Hope and Tom Jor.es. MOVIE: S.y witfc t-m.', Ch. 13: Troy Donahue stars as a U.S. agent who sets out to capture a murderer. x MOVIE: MiimisW, Ch. 13: A killer decides to eliminate the only witness lo his crime. Stars May Heatherly. THURSDAY MOVIE: "Ire 1 p.m., Ch. 7: Louis Jordan and Furneaux star in a 1962 version of the Alexander Dumas classic. MOVIE: 1 p.m., Ch. 13: The 1967- pilot hire from the TV series stars Raymond Burr and Geraldine Brooks. EDMONTON (CP) The; provincial government has ig- nored the financial implications in its policy statement on uni- versities, the Unrversity of Al- berta Faculty .Council says. In a report to be presented to the Alberta Educational planning Commission, the.coun- cil said there are "inconsisten- cies" in the policy. The government bad ignored Net. Earnings By THE CANADIAN PRESS Bums Foodi Ltd.. year ended Dec. 27: 1969, 1568 Piie Point Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1969, share: 1968, Dominion Gliss Co. Ltd., year ended Dec. 31: 1969, share: 85 cents. capital expetdilurte plans used jy the university' to decide how urxls would be distributed. "Instead has made an allocation o( 000 for the provision of all uni- versity facilities and equipment in the province for the five- year period ending in 1972, with- out-revealing the basis o. he dollar allocation. "It has not been possible for the universities to discover any relationship between the alloca- tion in dollars and the num- bers and types of students this money is supposed to accom- modate." COSTS RISE 'QUEBEC (CP) The Quebec general election April 29 will cost about more than the last one in 1966, Quebec's chief returning officer Francois Drouin predicted Tuesday. EH gible voters will increase to more than from 000 in 1966. GAB- ARDINE 45" wide. A must (or the sporls mind- in ployweor or beach. fcr young and old. from o wide color n Tn plain shades. POLYESTER CREPE DE CHINE _ 45" wide. 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