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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J4 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERAID Monday, Auguil 11, 1971 New tennis court opened by mayor POPULAR PLACE The ployg a popular summer meeting place major aljiaclion, Aflcr the over, the city equipment will go inlo Universit BRR.NICF IIHRU-: it Int of Hcrnltl Staff Writer I h {liffci'CEit. Few students make it j Thc fetors include: the place through university or college a student plans to live at their own cr with just llicir par- erLs backing Ihcm. student Univer- ago until next year. The perk uininer facililic: is one of the city's nowor run on student loans Jules I.ellouillicr. awards officer at tiie sity of Lctlibridge said, Immc cr not nt home; wlielhcr Ihe person is an independent or dependent student; the fin- ancial backing the person will receive from his parents, and wouldn't be surprised if 70 por cent of the student population j on campus this year, will he j Mr. Leu niond, llw new court Is in the middle of the Henderson Lnko recreational complex. Tiie court was officially open- ed by Mayor Andy Anderson who Raid tennis is a sport good for physical and "it to note the number of younger citizens taking pail." At the same time as tho opening ceremonies, the annual southern Alberta Open tennis Inurnamcnl was under way. Hut playing stopped for the opening and for Mayor Ander- son to bit an official hall In the court. The tournament taking place was a two-day long event, will 91 entries from Ixrthhrldgc tmd other southern Allwrla centres and from n.s far av.ay as Van> couvor, Great Fidla, and Cal- ifornia. Tiie tennis facility which war; ver, for people H lo 17 and for those 13 years niul under. 'Jon-members can play tor 5Q cents n game. Mnyor Anderson said a club muse is planned for Iho