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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Ihur.doy, Ap'il 6, 1972 THI lETHBRIDOE HERAIO 9 College faculty association wants new president to lead, institution Thunder on the sun? RED DEEH Kac- ulty Association at Red Deer College Wednesday told ii hear- ing into imrest on Ihc campus tliat a new president and vice- president should be appointed to lead the institution. The association has con- cluded thnt the faculty finds it "impossible to work wild tlio present senior (he association said in a 104 page brief at the third day of ASKS ident Ovdet Siniay of Turkey liiis asked thai country's pol- itical Icmlers to suspend all political activity ami to ruin decree. This request fiilliiws anil murder last (it three NATO techni- cians by terrorists. hearings. It said (lie primary cause nl current unrest on the college's campus arises from "defects in the leadership style of Ihc se ntor administration." The brief also said the col lege board of governors has no functioned adequately and i called for a board "which ha: the ability to function as re quired by the colleges act." WON'T LISTEN' Ttic board "lias not bothered to listen to advice from senior .dminisU'ators. It lias not attempted to for-11cm was that at the first mecl- 1'ASAUU.NA, Calif. Solar astronomers, following up the chance observation of a stu- dent assistant, have discovered what Ilicy believe is thunder on ML- Uonnelly said Hie prob- s I a t c m c n I rejected by tlic i board ils. mulate a general policy lo lake uto consideration all inuut re- ceived [rom contributing agen- cies. We are of the opinion the juard relied too heavily oil ad- vice and guidance from the se- nior administrators and insul- ated itself from complaints and advice it did not wish to hear." It urges appointment of a new senior administration which can "work in a spirit of trust and understanding." Three other major recom- mendations in the brief called for: planning based on projected enrolment. ing called to decide the pres- idency, (here were only five voting members out of the us- ual eight, so the decision was postponed. At (he next meeting there were still two missing mem- bers and no president. The board, acting on legal advice. passed a procedural bylaw en- abling (he chairman to vote a second time in case of a tie. That in fact was wtiat hap- pened, Mr. Donnelly said. After the deciding vote, trustees voted to make the decision un- i animous. The inquiry, before Commis- Aslrcmo.iK-rs alllics California Technology have ob- igalUil, wavcs al up to .m hom centre of sunspols, the puzzling The board said it liad ile'jlt with college matters in a way 'indicative of the board's per- ception of the problems of the fted Deer Collocc." -1 II I I i CCI1UU Ul un; The governors said they ad sm.f.icc several times (hat requested any complaints be brouglit to h 1 spots. WAVES NAMKI) S'lT.IS Tlic waves have been Infor- spccdcd up to produce an autli- blc sound. The ilisti-jvcry could havs for solar The waves are l.liuO miles from crest to crest atirl act like sound waves as they move through the sun's gaseous at- mosphere. Tliey seem asso- duties and there appeared no j cialed with flashes of light ob- alternative cttier than to re-1 s- quest Ihe inquiry." their attention, "but lo no avail-" "As a result, the h.nrd found itself in the unwilling position of being unable to perform its Calti the sun through a telescope. "The acoustical analogy o( (bunder is a good one." Dr. Harold Zirin, Caltecb professor served in sunspots regularly 0I astrophysics, said in an inter- who: every 2'i minutes. One wave is i view. Zivin reported the latios place under certain cir- be said. "This gives us a new handle on the physics o[ sunspots. a whole new picture ol their ;y production." Tli e presence of an om- 1 sioner Dr. T. C. 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Auclionccr: RIU KOPE-tic. 8-15 Sales Manager: RAY CUUEY budsman who would "help lieve normal pressures and re- duce t h e accumulation of lion, grievances." close scrutiny of adminis- trative costs. The faculty brief said tho I college appears to be run as a business organization w i t h lit- tle regard for the faculty and students "who essentially make the college possible." The faculty association said it had 28 complaints against the board of governors, 223 against the president, Dr. M e r v y n Eastman and 90 against the dered in March by Jim Foster, in i n i s ter of advanced educa-1 In another submission 'I'ues- duy the college's students' asso- ciation said in a 389-page brief that the governors lacked an understanding of their role a vice-president, Piters. Dr. Ronald The hoard of governors facet! their accusers during the in- quiry Tuesday afternoon. FEEL FRUSTRATION Chairman Tom Donnelly filed a five-page brief on he- half of the eight-member hoard in which they said they felt "frustration in grappling with college unrest." Mr. Donnelly defended the procedure under which Dr. Eastman was named to the presidency of ttic college last May, saying it was used on le- gal" advice. Earlier submissions to the hearing had criticized the procedure for a "double vote." QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC Capitol Furniture Bldg. Certified Dental Mechanic EDDY DIETRICH mi PHONE 328-7684M Warden warned of I rouble in prisoners brief KINGSTON, Out. (CP) Tho prisoners of Collin's Bay peni- tentiary warned Warden John Meers Wednesday that condi- tions in the institution are so ex- plosive that "only a minimum provocation would be necessary j lo ignite a caatstropke." In a six-page brief, the pris- oners said they do not seek to i "solve our grievances by violent j Mr. Meets soici he will meet Monday w i t h the prisoners' i committee, an eight-man group elected last week to replace the commit fee that served during 1971. Tfie brief requests that the March IB death of prisoner Jerry Junila be investigated at a public inquiry. An inquest, mandatory In the deatti of any prisoner, is to be held soon. Other requests are for a com- mission of inquiry to investigate prison conditions and for an in- crease m prison pay scales to the level of minimum wages prevailing outside the prison. PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS I am an active sub-lieutenant on the Royal Navy guided missile destroyer Norfolk, Who am I? HOW DO YOU RATE? 91 to 100 point! TOP SCCTE! 71 to 80 potnli Coed. 81 to Wpolnti- ExcelUnt. 41 to 70 polnti tVOof UrKJ.rm.HW FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What do you think can be done to bring about greater harmony betwen the western provinces and the federal PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Solicitor-General Jean-Pierre Cover recently traveled to Mexico City to with U.S. and Mexican officials about, 7 a-extradiUon laws b-druge reforms 2 The Progressive-Conservative Party, led by won a decisive In the recent Newfoundland provincial elections. a-Hugh Shea b-Edword Roberts c-Frank Moores 3 A bill calling for restrictions on cigarette ad- vertising was recently passed by the House of Commons. True or False? Canada's newest political pnrty, which is about a year old, Is called the Canada Party b-Marltlme Alliance c-Pralrle Party 6 President Nixon has said that he (CHOOSE ONEt expects, does not expect) WE upcoming trip to Ottawa to resolve basic disagreements between Canada arid the United States. PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. with lessuian half the total vote b-too great an amount or number c-to collect or accumu- late d-dtrect vote of the peo- ple on Important political question 1.....plebiscite 2.....garner 3.....plurality 4.....plethora 5.....majority e-wlnnlng with more than half the total vote PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that correctly match with the clues. you can 1.....w. L. Hlggltt 2.....William Cral.t 3.....Jnhn Connally 4.....John McLellaa E.....William Whltelaw 4-0372 a-lcader of the Ulster Vanguard Movement h-Coach of the Toronto Maple Lcnfs c-RCMP Commission- d-New Brltlfh Secre- tary of State for Northern Ireland e-U.S. Treasury Secre- tary "VEC, In Examination! Si UDENTS Valuable Reference Material fa Exsmi. -DON'T MISS II! Continues Until Sat., April 8th On Location on Our Lot Featuring On Display First Time Ever Offered! THE ALL NEW 1972 13' AQUARIUS Stnndord equipment includes power steering, power brakes, 350 Chevrolet engine ond 3 speecl automalic. Beautifully finished ond self contained. THE ALL NEW 1972 EMPRESS, EMPEROR, AQUARIUS Featuring sizes 18' to 27' First Time Ever Offered! THE ALL NEW 1972 AQUARIUS ECONOMY PRICED Standard equipment includes V-B engine, automalic, power iteering, power brakes, ice box, hot plate, porti-potty and 2 floor plans to choosa from. THE AIL NEW 1972 10 versatile models to choose from. 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