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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IS7HDRIDGE HERALD _ Tuoirfny. Oetimhe fef Report advOCateS AGT Offered children for sole, man draws prison term :i '1. THEIR AGE IN SCHOOL BAGS In Japan you con tell at a glance the age and grade o( a student by the type of schoolbag he or she carries. Top left, children ages 3-6 at- tend kindergarten school, carrying small pouch-type bag hanging from the shoulder, usually of a bright color. Junior high students, top right, ages 13-16, use a white canvas bag with broad band hooked over or across the shoulder. Bottom left, senior school or early college students, from 16 up, mostly carry a leather briefcase or folio for their books and lunch; and bottom right, primary school pupils, ages 7-13, use a heavy leather bag worn on their backs. 1 IN f 1 v lasl knocked a hole in the oor. injuring four persons in 10 room Canadian teachers on payroll at universities show decline OTTAWA CP'-The pereen-110.2. These percentages, while I nadian 50.5, American 174 tage of st.iff at Cana- more accurate for 1970-71 be- British 13.G, French 7.4, other dian universities whn hold Cana- dian citizenship declined last yea, Slalisfe Canada reported cause of the larger sample, can- 11.1. not be compared with the 1969- 1 70 figures. p n r- p .Bri a .Bri _Thc i percentages for i French u ther In the inro-71 academic vear i Canadians ranged from 50.5 in 61.4 per cent of the teaching languages and literature to US in staff were rnnadians, compared with in administration. PROPORTIONS VARY In both years, the largest Citizenship percentages by group of foreigners was Ameri- of activity in 1970-71 were: 14.2 pt-r cent in 1M9-70 and Administration: Canadian 88, American 8.1, British 11, French. 1.1, other 3. Pure sciences: Canadian 57, American 11.2, British 14.2, French 2.4. other 15.2. 15.2 per cent last year. j American 6.8, British Physical sciences: Canadian Two rarleton University pro- i French .9. Others .3. j 66.9, American 4.3. British 10.1, lessors. Robin Matthews and j Humanities: Canadian 60.9, French 3.8. other 14.3. James Stccle, set off an aca- i A m er i ca n 24.2, British 7.3, i Other faculties: Canadian dcmic furore in 1969 with French 1.3. other r, .1. 66.4. American 15.1, British 9.4 charges that Canadian universi-' Languages and literature: Da- q Q