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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, April 12, 1973 YOUR HOROSCOPE FRIDAY. APRIL 11 Your birthday today: Opens a two-year run of strange breaks often called "luck." You must improvise your own original approaches to sue- By JEANE DIXON cess. Relationships cannot be Be explicit in all business deal- MID HE PKESIPENT? THELEA6UE1 taken for granted. Today's natives, although wary, often pursue special goals regard- less of consequences. ARIES (March 21 April Ask Andy Dolphins on land? Andy sends a complete 20- set o! the Merit Stu- dents Encyclopedia to Tom Griefnow, age 12, of Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, for his question: Is it true that dolphins once lived on land? Modern biologists accept this theory. All the evidence indi- cates that the ancestors of the dolphins were land animals ho went to live in the sea. Everything points to this theory and nothing contradicts it. This sort of evidence, however, is not scientific proof. To prove the popular dolphin theory, we need a continuous fossil record of their ancestors, back through millions of years. We know the family history of the horse because we have the fossils of his ancestors to prove it. Step by step, this fossil record traces his development back through 50 million years. We have the fossilized skele- tons to prove when hooves re- placed toes, when teeth grew stronger, legs longer and all the other improvements in the horse family. But so far, this sort of proveable evidence re- garding the dolphin family tree has not been found. However, there are facts and more facts about the fascinat- ing modern dolphins that now in the world oceans. Ob- viously these highly intelligent animals are happEy at home in the sea. What's more, these fat- ties with flippers could not cope with life on land. On the other The creatures that rightfully belong to the sea have gills or other devices to extract dis- solved oxygen from the water, They are cold blooded crea- tures, for life in the ocean is nol at the mercy of extreme sea- sonal changes. There is other provable evi- dence that a few sea creatures ventured onto the land, more thna 300 million years ago. Gradually, through countless generations, their bodies chang- ed to make life on land more convenient. In time, some land specise became air-breathing, warm-blooded mammals who gave birth to live infants and fed them on mother's milk. The dolphins are mammals there is no known way that they could have developed their mammalian features while living in the sea. So far as we know, there cam be only one way to explain them and all the other sea-going mam- mals. Ages ago then- ancestors left the sea and mastered life m the land. Later their ances- tors went back to live in the sea. ings. If you're careless, fake the responsibility for conse- quences. TAURUS (April 20 May Be humorous but take no chances on what others miss in their haste. Today's confusion has lasting sequels. GEMINI (May 21 June Stick to routine home base in preference over exploration. Prompt response to any un- wanted development saves fuss. CANCER (June 21 July Use tact and gentle persistence rather than haste and pressure. Even simple transactions have subtle details that deserve study. LEO (July 23 Aug. Be- cause you've been on a streak of luck, a day like this, when nothing comes out as expected, surprises you. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. Almost anything is yours tor the asking. The questions are: At what cost? Can you really; use it? I LIBRA 23 O-t. Tire view seems obscured; a time which tests your endur- ance and talents. Don't dwell on past misfortunes. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. Your friends see you in a strange light be patient. You can tell them nothing that registers. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Management, changes of status become puzzles. Pursue a straight and narrow path of formality. Relax early. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. You and your work are being watched critically by oth- ers. Give no opening for unfair comment; don't offer any. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. The resources of others; are beyond your access. Re- plenish your own whore you can. Discard only items you no longer need. PISCES (Feb. 19 March If you can, take the day off. If not, then do the minimum to maintain responsibilities. ing TELEPHONE WASfonm HEV.'THEPHWEIlHlW ISNTEVEN THE HOOK.' TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Most hiatal hernia needs no surgery Dear Dr. Lamb You have i cidental observation during an HOLPrtYOUNfrLAPV] WHATSTHISAWUTVtMJR MISS INC I WANTANEXaUSlVE.' 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