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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ftldoy, April 78. THI LETHBRIDGI HERMB S New university plans pending By GKISG MclNTYKK Herald's Edmonton Bureau EDMONTON The proviiv cial cabinet will decide wltliin the future of Athabasca University, Jim hosier, min- ister of advanced education, lold the legislature. A three man [cam of archi- tects presented plans for UK) university Lo the hoard of gov- ernors, ami cabinet must now decide whether1 there is money to proceed, he said. A decision must ho reached soon because of the uncertainty Athabasca plans create for planning at the other three uni- versities and (he colleges in Al- berta, said the minister. Mr. Foster declined an invita- tion by former Social Credit education minister Bob Clark, to promise a decision by July. "I began this guessing game with Athabasca shortly after I became ministci1 of advanced education (Sept, 10) and I Icarn- GETS HEART PUMP Vlnceozo Orsi, 45, city eugl- necr from Albany, Oregon, Is recovering in Detroit after a heart operation. A part i a 1 mechanical heart was im- planted in his chest hy a team of surgeons led hy Dr. Adrian Kanlrmvilz nt Sinai hospital, It Is Hie second such operation performed at Sinai. cd early in iny experience In government, tlial the mimilo put ;i dale on a decision, find you have to renege." Outside Ilic house, Mr. Iros- er said the proposed univer- sity must lie reviewed in light if a shortage of money and Iropping student enrolment across the country in Hie last years. When plans for the university started in 1970, student enrol- ment was "shooting up specta- he said. Almost million has already spent on the plan. To date, Athabasca Univer- sity consists of a board of gov- ernors with an office in Ed- monton, preliminary architect's plaits and a possible site at the !own of St. Albert, 10 miles north ot Edmonton city centre ALTERNATIVES The government faces a number oE alternatives, said the minister: plans completely, toward construction by 1976-77. the university to stu- dents in fall 1973 in temporary quarters, an alternate site, change the university into a "media centre" or an open university, on the Britisl model where students study a home, If the cabinet decides to go ahead with plans, the govern nient wilt have to spend abou in 1973, he said. Laurie Hughes, secretary to the board of governors, said un iiku most univL'i'siUcs in Noril America, Athabasca will relj heavily on teacliing with tele- vision, films, tapes and othc: electronic media. Lectures will largely be re- placed by individual and smal group discussions, he said. Stu dents will study the northern half of Alberta as a researcl project. Plans for the university wer initiated, he said, because th University of Alberta at Ed monfon was reaching jts tnaxj mum size and Edmonton wa felt to be the major growl area in Alberta. WEEK'S MINI-DRAW WINNER JOE S. HOVAN MILK RIVER, ALBERTA A MINI-DRAW EVERY WEEK TIL AUG. 25TH GRAND PRIZE SEPT. 16 THE FOLLOWING LUCKY 100 PEOPLE WON CASH PRIZES Mr. Mel Gibson, Caltjary J. E. C.latKeruie, Calfjaj-y H. R. Allscp, Calgary B. and V.1. Calcia Will am E. Houllon, Cafqary H. K. Schulze, Monfrosn, B.C. Mrs. D. S. Daly, Calgary D. M. Hoi Vancouver, B.C. Harold Calvary Gale RiplkoM, Calgary O. Kcnl, Calgary Wlss Lena LcveDay, Calgary Jcfin R. Shrinley, Calgary t. E- EJallflnlyr.e, Edfr.nnlon Koshin, Calgary Mrs. Helen Murray; Tc'ielcJ Kenned T. Burrc'.vs, Village Oueons J. LGJ.I Lunncy, tlidor Royal King- To N S. Kathirrn Orlecki, T'.vo Hills R i chard L Mournfqu, Edmonton J. Gordon, tj. 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