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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBBIDGE HERALD Monday, February 10, 1975 Community Y- II XV College s place to be. SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE Vocational Agriculture Agricultural Mechanics Commercial Cooking Chef Training Meat Technician SCHOOL OF APPLIED ARTS AND SCIENCES Communication Arts Journalism Radio Arts Law Enforcement Outdoor Recreation and Con- servation Education Physical Education Renewable Resources Management Recreational Lands Management General Recreation Conservation Enforcement College and University Prepar- Community and Youth atory University Transfer Leadership SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Business I oecretarial Business II Program Secretarial Accounting, Data Process- Program ing, General (Clerk Typist) Medical, Legal, Executive Secretary SCHOOL OF HEALTH SERVICES Nursing (Diploma and RN) SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY AND TRADES Drafting Technician and Technology Electronic Technician and Technology Automotives Welding We also provide Action Awards for all students who participate on our Athletic Teams. Men's and Women's Basketball Men's and Women's Badminton Women's Precision Drill Team Equestrian Team Wrestling Welcome to a career. Call 327-2141 and ask for Career Information Weightlifting dates to ancient Greece Weightiifting is a com- bination of strength and skill. The competition was missing when the first Canada Winter Games were held in Quebec City in 1967, but the tradition of the sport goes many years back. Weightlifting can be traced back to the early Greeks who used it for games and training. It was included in the first Olym- pics of modem time with five different lifts being contested, three of these have been dropped however. Today, the two officials lifts are the two hands snatch and the two hands clean and jerk. 'There has been a marked improvement over the years in of the combined two lifts. The Canadian record in the heavyweight class was set in 1974 at the Com- monwealth Games when lifts totalling 777 pounds were recorded. Over the years, Canada has produced many ex- cellent weightlifters. However, only one Cana- dian has ever been world champion, Doug Hepburn reached this pinnacle in 1954. At the 1975 Winter Games each of the 10 provinces and two territories will send a max- imum of nine weightlifters ranging in size from flyweight, the smallest, to super heavyweight. During the competitions the lifts are performed on a platform four metres by four metres. A total of three judges will officiate the competition. The chief judge stands at the front of the platform and the other Caterers prepare Games food One of the largest cater- ing contracts ever let in Alberta has been awarded to Drisdale -Industrial Caterers of Calgary, by. the 1975 Jeux Canada Winter Games Society. More than athletes, from Canada's -ten provinces, and two territories will be in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta, February- llth to 23rd; to compete in the 16 sports that make up the Games. Keith Lees, general manager of the Games, stated that: "The job of feeding so many people with high quality meals in such a short time frame will be one of the most dif- ficult tasks facing the Society." two judges officiate from the side. They look for any infractions of the lift. Scoring, naturally, depends on the weight, lifted by the competitor, lift is regulated by a lighting system controll- ed by the judges. A white light indicates a passing while a red means dis- qualification. Each individual is allow- ed three attempts in each of the two lift com- petitions. Winners are placed according to the aggregate score or poun- dage successfully lifted. In the case of a tie at the same poundage, the winner will be decided on the lightest body weight of the two individuals. WEIGHT LIFTING Wednesday, Feb. 19 1 7 Thursday, February 28 1 1 Friday, Feb. 21 1 p.m.-Middle Weight-Yates Memorial Centre-239 1 p.m. Light Heavy 7 p.m.-Middle Heavy WeiBht-LetlibrMge-ZW 7 Weight and 7 p.ra.-Heavy Weight-Lethbridge-240 Welcome All Participants Visitors to the 1975 Canada Winter Games HERE NOW The 1975 HONDA CIVIC (The Automobile Re-Thought) LIST PRICES2979 F.O.B. Lathbridga 2 and 3 door models Front wheel drive 4 speed transmission, full syncromesh Overhead camshaft motor McPhearson struts suspension front and rear Gas mileage you won't believe lefore you buy any economy car, you owe it to to drive a Honda Civic.' McFADDEN MOTORS ormr 2nd Avt. tin St. S. Phont 327-7250 ;