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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Jay, 10, 1972 _ THE IE1HRPIDGE HERAID 13 Red Deer College board failed to lieed 'danger sig RED DICEK (OP) Com- missioner Dr. T. C. Byrne said here he Wiis not sure ho could find answers to the problems of unrest al Red Deer College, but he was going In try. Dr. Dyrnc made the comment as he extended the hearing for (he second litne since it opened Ap.'il 3. Originally scheduled to end today, i' was extended (o Include Monday and Tuesday when I he ouc-num imj u i r y moved into its .second day. Dr. B y r n e, announcing it would be extended to April 12, said I he additional lime was made necessary liecavi.se of tlm receipt of more unscheduled briefs. Hut, Dr. Byrne said Ihu in- quiry could have heei) avoided had the board of governors heeded "danger signals'1 late last year. He referred to a student for- um called College '71 and a faculty gathering bolh held j before Christmas at h i c li I board members found them- i CJ selves fielding quoslions from a liol snnl. "These were attempts by slu- ilcnls and [aciilly to cvpvcss Dr. Byrne said. "What (hey wanted was the opportunity lo tnlk to tlie board directly and I would have ex- pected discussions at the next hoard meeting would have been devoted entirely to the problems expressed at these the hoariuH- "If dial ocelli-reel. I wouldn't be silling here today." The commissioner said there- was talk or lied Deer College nccdinp an ombudsman. "Tins institution is small enough that you should be able to walk into a man's office anil say, Look Joe. what's going on Hut because the University nf Alherla bas an ombudsman, "Therefore Red Deer college must have an Dr. Byrne said. in a small college like Red Deer, the board can1! hail- Ill die the sitiulicn ami has Ihc; college and that (lie fucidly and pi-nblems Ihut .seem lo he evi- admiuislNilion were so involv-