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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, February 10, 1975 Soccer scores LONDON (Cl1) Husults of Old Country soccer games played today: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I llurnley Z Leicester 0 Carlisle 0 Sheffield 1 Chelsea 2 Birmingham i Coventry 1 Queens I'll 1 1) Leeds 0 Liverpool 5 Ipswich 2 Lutun 1 Newcastle I) Man City 2 Evurton 1 Middlcsborough 0 West Ham 0 Tollenliam 0 Stoke 2 Wolverliaiiiplon 1 Arsenal 0 DIVISION II Aston Villa 1 Kulman 1 Bristol 3 Portsmouth 1 Hull 1 Nolts C 0 Milhviill 0 Oldharn 0 Norwich 3 West Brom 2 Notts F 2 Bolton Orient I York 0 Oxford 1 Man United 0 Sheffield 0 Blackpool 0 Southampton 3 Bristol It 0 Sutherland 3 Cardiff 1 Division III Aldershol 3 Watford 1 Brighton !l Tranmere 1 Bury 1 Blackburn 2 Gillingtiam 2 Southend 1 (Irimsby 2 Swindon 0 fluddersficld 2 Hereford 1 Peterborough 1 Crystal P I Plymouth 1 Charlton 1 Portvale 0 Bournemouth 0 Preston 1 Halifax 0 Walsal 2 Chesterfield 2 Wrcxham 2 Colchester Division IV Bradford I Mansfield 1 Brentford 3 Barnsley 0 Crewe 1 ScunthorjM; 1 Darlington 0 Heading 1 Doncastcr 3 Torquay U IUxc'tor 1 Southport 0 Lincoln 3 Shrewsbury 0 1 Hotherham 1 Northampton 1 Cambridge 2 Hochdale 0 Chester 1 Swansea 1 Stockporl 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Arbroath 'i Celtic 2 Ayr 2 Aberdeen 0 Clyde 2 Airdrieonians 1 Dumbarton 0 Pa tick l Dundee 4 Kilinarnock 1 Hearts 3 Dundee 1 Mothenvell 1 Hibernian I Hangers 2 Dunferminlinc 0 St. Johnsiune 2 Morion 0 Division II Albion 3 Berwick 2 Cowdunbeath 1 Alloa 1 File 1 St. Mirren K Stirling 0 Hamilton 3 Meadowbank 0 Brechin 0 Montrose 1 Clydebank 1 QuuenofS 1 Falkirk 0 Queens Pk 1 Haith l Stirling 2 Slranraer 0 Stenhousemuir 5 Forfar 0 HUSH LEAGUE FA Cup First Round Ards U Cliftonville 0 Banger 0 Linficld 0 Branlwood 2 Glenavon 0 Carrick 2 Poradown 1 Climriey Corner 1 Larne 2 Crusabers 1 Coleraine 1 Distillery I Dundela 1 Glentoran 6 Ballymena 3 TV highlights MONDAY POLICE DRAMA: Rookies, 7 p.m., Ch. 13 and Ch. U. Georg Stanford Brown becomes pariah on the police force when he insists his colleagues have apprehended the wrong man for the slaying of another officer. CARTOON SPECIAL: Peanuts, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. "Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown" has hearts fluttering at the Birchwood School. MUSIC: Ian Tyson, 8 p.m., Ch. 13. Ian and the Great Speckl- ed Bird are joined by John Hartfore, Trish McKinnon and Karen Wheeler. VARIETY: Pig and Whistle, p.m., Ch. 13. Singer Den- nis Clancy and accordionist Arthur Spink join John Hewer and the regulars. CURRENT EVENTS: Science Magazine, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. David Suzuki hosts a program that looks at a technique to in- crease the breeding potential of a prize cow. TUESDAY INSTRUCTION: Canadian Schools, 10 a.m., Ch. 7. The program covers the life of poet Pauline Johnson. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS isted by -the Radio "heduls it due t< COMMl PUBLIC SERV KATING, I Fib. DEPARTMENT CITY OP LETHBRIDGE SWIMMING AND MUSEUM Fib. Feb. Fit. Fib. Fib. Fib. 18 FRITZ SICK 1 DUE TO JEUX STAN SIWIK DUE TO CANADA Swim SWIM p.m. FAMILY SWIM Swim (Adults only) p.m. Public Swim 1 p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE Skating Public Skate p.m. ADAMS PARK ICE Public Skating Skating Skating Skating Skate p.m. Public Skate p.m. Family Skating CIVIC ICE Public Skating Skating Skate p.m. Public Skating SIR ALEXANDER GALT p.m. LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC NOTE: There will be no public skating at Henderson Park Ice Centre on Saturday, February 15th from p.m. due to previous booking commitment. Special tours ot The Sir Alexander Gait Museum during The JEUX CANADA WINTER GAMES can be arranged by phoning Pelvis dreamer Mrs. Jeanette Erickson of Seattle, Wash., looks over her collection of more than Elvis Presley photos she owns. A year ago she pawned her two wedding rings to pay for a trip to Las Vegas to see Presley perform; now she works by day as a babysitter while saving for a second visit. The rings are still in hock while Mrs. Erickson and her husband, Arrid, live on a monthly social-security income. B.C. universities seek extra CHEC 1090 Monday Farm News News. Weather. Sports News. Weather Sports Grain Prices News. Weather. Sports News is 20 min. to the hour and 20 after. CJOC 1220 Monday Sports Local News World at Six Tuesday CBC News Phone Bill Show Hour of Information News and Grain Prices News Sports Market Report Local News CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday D p.m. Concie's Carousel Midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores CBR 1010 VANCOUVER (CP) British Columbia's three publicly-financed universities are seeking an extra million or nearly 50 per cent more in provincial government operating and capital grants for the coming fiscal year. Financial officers of the in- stitutions University of B.C., Simon Fraser Univer- sity, and University of Vic- toria disclosed their grant proposals at the weekend. They want million more in operating grants than they are receiving in the current fiscal year, and are asking 520.5 million more in capital-grants. The three universities want million in provincial The Inflation Buster. Every Tuesday night. I__ reg. Rib-eye Steak Dinner operating grants, and million in capital grants. This makes a grant total in provin- cial funds requested for the coming year of million, up from million for the current year. The universities' new fiscal year begins April 1. Inflation in salaries and employee benefits (many still to be plus fast- rising supply and equipment costs ,and increased enrollment, are blamed by the universities' financial spokesmen for the escalation in costs, as well as the increased costs involved in starting new programs. The grant requests were made in secret late last year to the new universities coun- cil, which reviews university budgets then makes recommendations to the provincial government. The council completed its recommendations to Educa- tion Minister Eileen Dailly this week, but neither the council nor Mrs. Dailly will reveal any details. Council chairman Prof. William Armstrong says there is "no question that the un- iversities have been as hard hit by inflation as anybody." Mrs. Dailly refused to in- dicate how sympathetic the government might be to the universities' requests. On Thursday, she had indicated little hope that B.C. school districts would get much ma- jor new financial aid from Victoria this year. Monday As It Happens Music of Our People Identities From the Capitals Five Nights A Week Great Canadian Gold Rush Written in Rock Tuesday Warmup Eye Opener World at Seven World at Eight Eye Opener The BBC News This Country in the Morning Time Signal Radio Noon Your Forum School Broadcast Off the Kccord World at Six CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN Plus deposit at your favorite service station. Pepsi Introduces The "WINTER GAMES SPECIAL" "PEPSI NO. 1 in New Packaging Ideas in Chinook Country." KRTV 3 CABLE Q KFBB TV 5 CABLE (D Monday Playgoers ready for 'Crucible' Tuesday Nighl at steak is especially easy on your budget. And this is no "budget" steak. It's our succulent rib-eye steak broiled to your order...steaming baked potato...tossed green salad...fresh, hot roll with butter. Family Night at Ponderosa. a family of four can dig into it for less than seven bucks. Today more than inflation-busting! Now, that's friendly. PONDEROSA STEAZ HOUSE A Division of Foodex Systems Limited 1025 Mayor Magrath Drive STEAK HOUSE "I A cast has been chosen for a joint production of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" by the Playgoers of Lethbridge I! and the University of Lethbridge drama department. The play will be presented in April. Director Terry Theodore said the-play, based on the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692, is a "gripping drama of man's struggle to be true to himself" during a wave of hysteria. The cast will have Jim Elliott as John Proctor, Wayne Matkin as Rev. Parris, Dianne Byrne as Abigail Williams, Janine Folkins as Mary Warren, Albert Azarra as Rev. John Hale, Mardi Renyk as Elizabeth Proctor and Chet Wayne as Deputy Governor Danforth. Also appearing will be Laurie Anderson, Fran Rude, Debbie Rakos, Barbara Day, .Jim Gumming, Daria Stark, Joan Waterfield, Frank Huszar, Phil Story, Bill Wright, Michael Fakir, Cathy Evins and Kelly Fiddick. RUNS MARCH a The Santa Anita Derby for three-year-olds will be run March 29. O Hollywood Squares IB Truth or Consequences ID Password Q News O News ID News O News IB Let's Mate a Deal Q Gunsmoke IB News O Rhoda ID News B Truth or Consequences a Lawrence Welk IB Sanford and Son D The Rookies Q Maude ID The Rookies O Rhoda O Bingo ID Ian Tyson O Charlie Brown Valentine Show 0 Movie: The Legend of Lizzie Brown O Movie: Cold Sweat 0 Medical Centre This Is The Law a Cannon 0 Pig 'lY Whistle O News News' 0 National Geographic O Science Magazine Movie: The Extraordinary Seaman O Tonight Show Man Alive 0 News a Winter Games Preview 0 News Hollywood Squares 0Merv Griffin O Tomorrow Movie: Five Golden Dragons Tienliy MoralK Thought for the Day News University of the Air Pmnochio News 0 Understanding Our World Voga Wizard of Oz Salute to Agriculture Farm Facts 0 Canada A.M. Today Show CJOC TV O CABLE 6 CFCN-TV