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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta II, 1f72 TM tfTHMIOOl MRAL0 Oxford corrects injustice -but 70 years too late By RICHARD EDER York Times Service i tsr o? a well-placed Bucking-' biology, dedicating herself par- i harashire family of considerable ticularly to a study of Robert itica. she trekked through ryiDg cardboard suitcases the proletarian look has not! been replaced the youiig roen women of Oxford universityj i jammed the platform last week 1 waiting for trains to take them home for the Christmas break.; One girl pored over a math; exam paper; another, for soiae stuay .ogy. on She did brilliant work, out; v.-orked at Col- was refused a degree en the yorfc grotmd that since the university at the IB- did not formally admit women i stitute it could not give them degrees.; fe b a "her Oxford is not quite unisex but grs are a very substantial presence, end it is all taken for i grant. Except, perhaps, up the j Banbury rotid where a very i tired old woman of 100 lives in a Victorian house jammed books snd papers, inlaid cabi- nets, and a portrait of the physiologist, John Scott the policy. Fitzgerald, who tough-minded she once re- turned a note from Queen Vic- toria after marking up the im- perfections in elsewhere. For a long period i she worked with Haldane, one izures of British parlor armchair. DIETRICH DENTURE CUNEC ROSS A. HO5ACK DenJei Mechanic 8-----304 5rti St. S. Ph. 327-7244 "I am not so well as yester- j Mabel Purefoy Fitzger- j aid told a visitor as she sat, I huddled in a bbe print dress, j beside a coal Sre. But Thurs- I day she was feeling very well ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL OF IETHBRIDGE AUDITIONS FOR THE LETHBRIDGt and DISTRICT YOUNG ARTISTS CONCERT Application Forms available from Muse Teachers or at the Bowman Arts Centre 327-2813 PLEASE NOTfc FINAL DATE FOR APPUCATION- DECEMBER 31f 1972 GARNET AND VERLAGE AMPS AND SOUND ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT ing yp wih the changes irv design and cucHty they ore ''mode by musicians for Mcny fecturej, icstfng construction end exclusive policies crt prices mcde in Ccncccr. See end hear Gcmet end Amps Toccy or LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE ELDG. PH. 32S-40IO Frontier Room EL RANCKO MOTOR KOTel presents ''DELICIOUS SPECIALTIES You're Sure to Enjoy" ESCAKGQT with GAWIC 1.75 FROM OUR CHARCOAL BROILER 7 ez. SIRLOIN 3 75 10 trz. SIRLCIN.......................4.83 oz. NSW YORIf 4.85 12 oz. NEW YORK STJil? 6.5D t ox. flU.tT MIGNON 6.5O BAftfiECUED BACK RIBS, wifh a tongy 25 ft FRIED DINKK...... 2.70 For o SPECIAL DESSERT mcde at your table BANANA'S FIAMBE (for CREPE SUZETTE (for 2) 2 CHERRIES JUBILEE (for 2.50 SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU Dancing Every Saturday Evening LOV2 IS A HANDFUL OF BARLEY 6 dess joins hondj with ADyr. LangogeKj Grade 6 dcss to send o Helping Htxndful of borJey to hungry Korecn children. Mcgdclcne Woo, 11, Miysuchi, 11, CoHeen Hoyt, 11, Ron Calmcn, 14, end Dcyg Frcser, 11, show posters and smiJe orter raising S110, with the help of their marry dcssmctes, in the Helping Handful drive sponsored by the UCS end the leth- bridge Herald. They presented 10 roils of pennies, three rolls of nickeb, four rolls of dimes end five rcils of quarters, as well as some quarters and dollar bills, in a brg cardboard box to Mrs. Pot SuHivcn, fund accountant. The pupils handcrsfted variety of srnol! articles, including book marks, life saver dolls, tree ornaments, games end other items, and sold these to dementcry school students. Bill Kucheran At noon she had heec helped into a black cap and gown with a crirasoD hood, taken by am- bulance to the great gate on Street, wheeled through the Bodtefen Quadrangle wav- ing to her friends and into the convocation house- There. Sir Alas Bullock, vice- chancellor of Ozford, conferred the hocorary degree of master of arts upon ber. It came, he acknowledged, some three-tjuar- ters of a century late. At the begagngg of the cen- tury, Mabel Fitzgerald, daugh- Turntable topics SEVENTH SO JUEX, THE f Threshold THS7 I Th< Mwdy Blaes Eat ca the heeis of the highly- i successful re-release of the I five-year-oid Tteys of Future Past' Ip., comes the new Hood- j ies' albtESL Sorted earlier Tais; year, several cats -were not-; CQGopleted wbes toe English elec-1 tridty cct-haeks disrupted; their recording sessions. After j a concert fewr, the group vreni back and completed the disc. I Tne lyrics are the roost per-} sosal yet the group has writ-} tea, aMiougli they stSB held the ever-present philosophical feet ices. Moscsliy. fee group concers- trates on sicTr ballad- type songs, with lush instru- mentation becking them up. There are a fevr faults: the sosp teed to be too long, and the iriang of the instrumenta- tion is off on at least one cut. But -sniie not as good as some of their previous it is stin quite a strong album, Columbia KC 31S18 CARAVANSERAI SAXTAXA 'Caravanserai3 is the forth Santana album. The group's Hueup is changed from the last record, no longer having origin- al members David Brovm SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre 'TACE OFF" In color .Starring Trudy Young, Aastia WHSs and Jonn Vemos. Monday. Tuesday acd Wednes- day, December IS, 19 asd 20. Monday sbow at pjii. Adolt FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "EOTCff' In color. Starring Walter Matthau and FeBcia Fair. Monday. Tuesday and Wedcesday, Deceinba- 18, 19 and 20. Monday scora? at pjn. Adult PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE GARY TREATilENT' In color. Starring Cobura. Jennifer O'NeiL Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, December 13. p and 20. Mondgy show at Adult Not Stdiabie For Cmldren, TAB'-R Tower Theatre "THE GRASSHOPPER" In color. Siarriss Jscqaelise Eissett. Joseph Cotton ssd Jin Brown. Moncoy. Tuesday and Wednesday, December 18. IS and 20. Monday at acd p.m. Esstricted Adult Kbass) and Mike CarsbeBo j Tbey are replaced fay i Jaiaes Mingo Lesis 02. congas land bassists Tom Ratley (ac- leisticj and Doug Raach (elec- Althooga once more cf- ifering the familiar Santana- i Latin-rock socnd. it is. on tits of a Tirispy, traacendental nature, scfhtlr lighter and imore jazz-like then on their previous Mostly instru- ;rnemaL fkndng electronic ef- i feels, from vind soises to an electric sax. are used rre" ifrroaghoot. The end rssuli is !ezceiient, giving perhaps the i best Santana record CATCH BULL AT FOUR, CAT STEVEN'S, AM SP4S53 I Once again Steven Giorgiou- I alias Cat Scevens has !duced an albuai of high qual- He prorides the majority of Ms songs in. the mold of his I previous work fine melodies. i simple instromersatioa and forceful ryrics. But be also of- fers variation -with several fast i paced songs vath effective sub- tie backing from a synthesizer, strings acd the combined voic- es of bis backing musicians. 11T5 an album that -win be surt please all Cat Stevens fans. BARNSTORM, JOE WALSH, ABC DonHll DSX-50138. Until recently, Joe Walsh was leader of the James Gang. ;With his lead, vocals, guitar, "j keyboards aaci synthisizer back- ;ed by the drums and vocals of Vitals and the bass and I vocals of Ketmy Passarelli, Walsh has produced as astos- lishingly Sne alhmru He has pro- I duced a beaasful hknd of rock- icountry pop electronic sounds (a sort of blend between American and Pink The ISMng melodies, excellent ac- joasuc guitar and some fine j subtle work on the synthesizer give Walsh's strong voice a sot- j id backdrop. Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT Sbort Subjects He; Ooinptete Show Aauit PARAMOUNT CINEMA Last Complete Shew Rasrksed Adult COLLEGE CINEMA "Ibmnb Tripping'' "Confessions of a Police Captain7' Complete Shew Restricted Adult We are now accepting Reservations for NSW YEAR'S EVE HY'S STEAK-OUT Phone 327-7123 or 328-6233 COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and SKATING SCHEDULE Tues., Dee. Dee. Dec. 25 FRITZ SICK SwJrn (Adv'.ti Only) 12-1 Public Swim 8 10 (Adults Only; 12-1 (AduJts Oniy) 12 1 Swim (Adults 12-1! p.m. Frist 'udk: s.rr.. Pui'iic Swim "i-5 Swim 1 2 ADAftu PARK ICE Public S'stirig 4-5-.30 Sleeting K-'i_ VoV lie B.m. end 8-10 SVst-1-3 HENDERSON PARK ICE P'Jsi'C Sfcatiryg ]'i ?.rs. Public 2 CIVIC ICE Public Skctir.g 1 4 Slccte 1 3 NOTE: All will bt doftd Christmoi Doy. CHRISTMAS SALE AND EXHIBITION IKEDA CERAMICS 2410-5th AVL N. DEC 20 TO 22 WfD.-IO AJl TO 6 9M. THURS. AND FRL-10 AJA, TO 9 P.M. Studio One Wholesale college cinema TonHe and Tues. HecutOMradUNMilMRR Ml MUM Mini ADULT Not For Children Martin Balsam _ Franco Nero HIT NO. 2 TRIPPING DERN Language May To paramount 3-_ 14th 2Z7- DUI.T Lost Times Tonrte at end p.m. ADULT THE JEBUSJUiM HIE Brace tartSM, men Williamson, Baria Halpni, DtuU Pteisencc. I STARTS TOMORROW RESTRICTED ADULT Starring Oraon Pamela Franklin HIT NO. J STIGMA COLOR paramount cinema SL i Avt-Sosrtfe. 327-6100 Tonite thru Wed. Rrst show ot 7 p.m. HOTTUnfl v HIT NO. 2 Point" 1Ne0io. ;