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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 fh'E IETH6KIOGE HERALD Friday. January 12. 1 inpayment possible main thing in buying house .It.'.VV KJiior If both ing, be: '.he ur'e quit, take all of the 'he ps.vmen: i "e r.oij-e come a rwhE PI: ihe whole He s a LCI i: ju chosen r.: uv.: ought not YD tax 5houLi -e aware of In 2 r.eu- house, tr. are ".vo years. so you c.1 pay more :han you VGU T.o psy for a full tan's of f-cl. for fire insur- a t e v e r :o make to ihe e'.T" only a car c: rsL.T.. Mr said landscapirf a rev.- house can cos; Sl.Vv .c more. c v prerequisite that comes be- to offend "Cctsider- }j'_- t? :re arc soe'sl sfjc- rzore tlcser les. the courses to buiir.es.; is the A_f- F.x Hizh School abou: tre strucrore. if you've rregnancy. :s a to pay ?_-. expert's --here ycu'r? A-'.L Female athletes compete as aggressively as males Female athletes eompeie as much dedication aid skill as do their male councer- p.ins. say the two women iac- uliy members of the University of Physira] Educa- Department. Gaynel Mc- N-irr.eo and Wiima AVinier. Tr.e problem women ath- are not generally given ire same recognition as men. Mrs. is an assistant professor with the physical ed- ucation deparimem: Miss Mc- -Vjrr.ee is academic s-sistant. women share the t'nat aiiletes in a uni- versity setting also in the sports world at large are of'ort treated as the 'poor TOU- tvr.en i: corner to public rwognitioa arxj feancial sup- I "Girls get just as involved in their spoils as any of the fel- lows do." said Miss McNamee, who coaches the U of L Wo- men's Pronghorn Volleyball leani. "But sometimes they i get less financial support and public recognition than they de- serve." However, Miss McNamee is optimistic about the future of girls chose a vocation in 1 sports. "There are still some nega- tive feelings about female ath- letes." she said, "but that is changing. At one time, people [nought lemsle athletes were social failures, unpleasant girls who gave up femiiiiiiity to be- come ainlr-dc." "Tns-'s IKH she emphasiied. ''People should Pin 'se sna tchers in for karate chop 5 scr.w. 3.50 sra Mr. C2S- "wk- i? 5tv.dezt5 ir. Wasc- "d Blocking en i'npcrJan' skill in volleyball a resale, he -a r! get :re i e ---c -r-.. J. Battle continues over status rights I meet the girls on the volley- I ball team. They have given the j a serious commitment of effort ar.d time." Mrs. Winter, last year's coach of the women's basketball team and this year's coordinator of recreational services, said ath- letics provides a "wonderful opportunity for girls to exper- ience what they can do." "It rives them a chacce to move in a competitive situa- tion and to test their own skills.1' Mrs. Winter comment- ed. "Girls are by nature as competitive as boys, but social- ly this traii has been discour- aged. They have been taught not to be competitive.'1 "Girls shou'.d.n'! to barred from competing in any sport they choose." she said. ''If a girl' is interested in learning how to play football, why can't she try Mrs. Vtaer described to 1 athletic program at the U of L as integrated in such a way 1 thai equal consideration can be given to both men's and men's spons on campus. In addition to volleyball programs. badmir> ar.d a curling team are open :o itx'rr.er; on Open to both men and women are the recreation progrEms which Mrs organizes, ir.clucb.g r-ooc-hour MONCTOX. NE. -The r'.sced o- -ediuiior. walks along :he --Judo vviJ! wtEiEn to wr.en cm iron behind a throw a rjy, but "it i? only effec- a She tivg io s A ici5-poupd bu; CEUDCK reallv -hrTOw a pEbs her pu-c c-d escapes. be said. ?ojm5 Nona Aiaeri- karaie she may any- Ihing sbe a; hand a filled such ca5es of pen. en Mr. Confer" fist" became it ia karate a? a teer.- see--. 13 he si'jdied i r.e records of cas police sre be- membership ia UK basket- and volleybsJ] is cref- bheN so: to phj-sdcal tusir.ess dis- LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner STl'DENTJ TRANSFER c-v T i" c: -r.o co -ot re- Jean rl" rr.ar.. who sa'-'S sre KAREN CRANE H'CHS 3u: c--. back azsh e trie. IVe're or horr.e strecch geiiing ready for paciisiion. do ;re Have you chccghc ir late- us for Sc-c-n you 11 K oct on your i5n t '.o r? OWTI. co succor: your- siaiii'y? hoir.e. s o: bilizy Cs.- y.ru handle it? you 5ay. -.hai's -hat n-'i Churcniil all scour.' io I Bonder '-CT of "ou philosopriy. T.O'-- ziar.y even _. _. know _ i. L" '.re They tci every year, you But n-ro ever listers to __. ksrate ex- -Er'5 to cr.ar.te th? TV. ci vear; Ero M L5. L.... of srrle shoid holdToa To Mr Jer the course gets right to the per-: o: effec- tive self -defence for women in everyday Lse. It -i designed to help attain a r.e-.v degree cf self-confidence and learn to control err.ctic'ns ir. e tease EV t.V experience, t-jt :er 6-r years ucder Rorj P. Si- -..J0-- yci._. ur.defeated karate dtrector co--'rts OyEma Sty.e. j_._, Pn ''He hit me the er.t ;eve'_': for rr.rorirr. :n ecucaLor.: Corrruer sports srii ardritiEs recei'.ed his b'.acs aM ce- c: a recrsi-mai nature (w- to to ret-jrr. to Mor-cton to z'' t-' o: L f.-dcr-s arrf teach Uie course. W.'.eriEte spcins rjch as these He said costly erfazei i-. hy rr.etnbers oi the arid women reeis- cere's arx; worr.er.'s Pnitghorris ter in his course. have in- tetetbi-i a r. d a 11 ieriority coraple.Tes which have been m thetr systems "There's a place for every- "day or.e." ore ir. Lhe she ados. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes R s meant what they said. :hi> by re- instatirg rorr.erc-trr: fcr :r.e ?oie purprse of checsht; atter.dar.ee. ST.O-.V if -e dcr.: WhT? Because ihe to i: rr r-.. can't handle the sorr.ethirr. y-t-u 5 to of coining to class for their O-T. out fcr EOCC tnsierd of the at-er.da-tce Id sav had Sour.d pretty stliy up ard sar are v.'.-.s: doesn't it? car. serr. Here we are. a: ChtL-chiii. ajtho-rh ttire young aduits and vv-e can't re as rr.-ch as >ou cc-u'd even accept the sirr.pie reston- had you fibiliy of '.o classes. :'ore the .'atfs: r Tr.at's why Churchill has the H'.-.v many rr.cre 5'er.s new syswrr. or shouid i say old to take "Churchill has sy; :T c: t're IK libera: in its attitudes ard Li r.-.y r.rir.ior. if r. to iive the 5t-j- rehir.d i- dents more responsibility to denis NOT tre 11 help them better prepared ten. Hear rr.e ca ienaar pncninqS :.-e horr.e of Mrs. Lti St. S.. for a pc-'.ucl-: suttrjer. -s f' If a moles'er proa ires a v, e-ntari ard she cr.nges tr. fear, he he sure tj ar_ack be- USE PURSE AS WEAPON lever, if sre -ere :o to hiru. cvutrol ;-ou so arid so. I'm :o scra'.c- you- eyes out, it v-wiid threw hffr; back a bit." Mr. ie.- said. -If a learn to her purse arc c: the cf the centred on ar.d the proper sti-_-ur.2 p-oiitj. Great stress in the cx-urse is THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC Reasonably experienced chora! singers are invited te opply for membership in The University of Lethbridge CJioir LCLI.'S: Weekly Rehearsals: ASSUMPTION SCHOOL AUDITORIUM lath Avenue and 24th Street South Tuesdays p.m., Commencing January 16, 1973 Application] lo Lueien Needham Department of Music The University of Lethbridge (329-2338! if LEISTER'S COMING EVENTS BURNS SUPPER AND DANCE IEGION MEMORIAL HALL SAT., JAN. 20 p.m. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDC. PHONE 323-1030 IN CONCERT COMMANDER CODY MIKE BLOOMFIEiD and the DOOBIE BROTHERS THURSDAY, JAN. 18 Exhibition Pavilion T-.c rcr-Lar tr.or.tr.'.v rr.ec-i.r.g Vasa Lodre No. 5T9 be the Sci-trii.ta-.-iar. Surd.iy M p.m. H-jstesses Mi'.: K.The S'rir'.ev :h .-.r.'r; 'ir rij-co at -Jl 7. A .Ortr-r rr.oetinc; of P.irtr.crs. inc.. ".'I at p rri. at v i-J v, Lo aittt-d. CHIROPRACTIC RECEPTIONIST Please c I 1; BOX 39, LETHBRIDGE HP.ALD t mf 'o b-y n b owsr DURING OUR WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE! A 8 H p. Regular S599 Now Only 3407 5 HP. Rrgular S54S. i Now Only I'nternational Harvester Sales Service NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. SUCCESS THRU SERVICE WE TRADE HOMES SHOW HOME OPEN Thursday 7-9 p.m. Friday p.m. Saturday 2-4 7-9 p.m. Sunday 2-4 7-9 p.m. VIRGINILIO HOMES 2077-19 Street North We aUo have new homei built by: Walter Ciarny Homes Ltd. Geo. Schlicriter Suriano Homes person Io go ihrcugh show home will receive a enliilei enl to cbfsm 5200.00 from one cf tr-t I'S'cd above upon the pu.'crcie cf a new home from said Contractor. Certif.cate to rec-ain in till September 1, 1973. FOR PRIVATE SHOWINGS CONTACT ANY ONE OF THE 15 BLOCK BROS. SALESMEN BY CALLING 32B-2356 ;