Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta
CAPP Monday, January 20, 1975 THE LETHBBIDGE HERALD 13 I'VE ASSISTED THEM OFTEN ENOUGH WITH THEIR ENQUIRIES.' ALL RIGHT -BELIKE THAT! Picture Butte squads win two Terry and Donna Hanna continued their scoring ram- page in the Southwest High School Basketball Conference Saturday as they led Picture Butte to a pair of wins over Claresholm's Willow Creek Composite High School. Terry Hanna racked up 20 points as Butte Sugar Queens jumped out to a 36 20 halftime lead and went on to dump Claresholm Cobras 74 32. Brian Henniger added 15. points and Kevin Sauer had 14 for the winners while Gerry Hansma was tops for Claresholm with 13. In the girls' game, Donna Hanna hooped 16 points to pace the Sugar Queens to a 44 22 triumph over Claresholm Chinnooks. Picture Butte led 22 13 at halftime and did not allow any Claresholm players to hit dou- ble figures. Elsewhere, F'ort Macleod Flyers came back from a 36 25 halftime deficit to down Stirling Lakers 51 43. Claresholm managed one victory, however, in the junior varsity boys' contest. Jordie Salk notched 12 points to lead Claresholm to a 38 35 win over Picture Butte Bears. Doug Takahashi replied with 16 points in a los- ing cause. Elsewhere, Fort Macleod Flyers came back from a 36 25 halftime deficit to down Stirling Lakers 51 43. Blaine Barr was out- standing in the comeback ef- fort as he racked up 25 points MOST PAREKTS DONT ENCOURAGE THEIR DAUGHTERS TO BECOME DOCTORS, LAWYERS POLITICIANS. WHY NOT? Maybe you haven't thought about it much, but most little girls grow up to be typists or secretaries or house- wives. Each can be a satisfying and rewarding career. To the girl who chooses it that way. But too many of us let our children grow up believing that girls don't really have much choice. That medi- cine, law, politics, industry are all pretty much closed shops to women. That all the important decisions are made by men. That women don't have leadership qualities. But women do have leadership qualities. Women do make vital deci- sions. And women are successful in industry and the professions. Of 264 Federal Members of Parlia- ment, nine are women and one of those nine is a Cabinet Minister.Ten per cent of Canada's doctors are women. And five per cent of our lawyers. Now, if you compare these figures to those of ten years ago, you'd have to say they're encouraging. But they're just not good enough. We've simply got to stop thinking of successful women as being exceptions. There is no federal or provincial law that says a woman cannot be Prime Minister or Premier. And yet there's never been one. No women sit on the Supreme Court of Canada. Of the top fifty companies in Canada, not one we started talking about it more. To our husbands, to our bosses. To our school teachers and counsellors. To our elected representatives. To our daughters and sons. To ourselves. We have the right to fill whatever role in life we choose. At the very least, we have the right to try. And, if we're not doing it, why aren't we? We owe it to ourselves. And to society. If you'd like more information on International Women's Year and the status of women in Canada, all you have to do is write us or fill in and mail the coupon below. If you'd like a "WHY NQTI" button, and a set of posters, just check the appropriate squares. We're here to help. FWHY NOT.'-; OTTAWA, ONT, KIA OAS] D Please Send me your information on IWY and the status of j women in Canada. D send me a "WHY NQTI" button. D has a woman president. Very few even have women on the board of directors. The fact that we've come as far as we have proves we have the abilities. So why aren't more of our elected representatives women? Why aren't more of our doctors women? More of our lawyers? Our butchers, our engineers, our accountants? If it's not because we're less intelligent or less capable, maybe it's because we've been POSTAL CODE________ conditioned into lacking confidence. Maybe it's time we tried harder. Maybe it's time NAME. I ADDRESS- CITY_____ Minister Responsible for the Status of Women WHY NOT f i while Jack Lemire added 11. Scott Levine paced the Stirl- ing club with 17 points. In junior varsity action, Stirling nipped Fort Macleod Ansons 38 37 as Mark Steed rimmed 12 points and Doug Pengilly chipped in with 11. Dan Van Wyck led the Ansons with 11 points. Milk River Comets edged Taber W. R. Myers Trotters 51 46 Saturday, but their female counterparts, the Novas, fell prey to the Myers Dawns by a 49 15 count. Neil Barrows paced the Comet effort with 16 points while Ross Tolley rimmed 14. Allan Matthews picked up 17 points for Taber, who trailed 28 22 at the half. In the girls' Cindy Levitt fired in 16 points and Brenda West added 10 for the Dawns. Nancy Evers had 10 points in a losing cause. Coaldale Kate Andrews Gaels built up a 28 3 lead by halftime, and coasted to a 46 24 win over Vauxhall Vikings in another Southwest Conference game Saturday. Jack Steinbrenner led the Gaels with 12 points while George Low chipped in with 10. Ben Janz hooped 10 points for Vauxhall. In the junior varsity contest, Kate Andrews Wild- cats took a 34 22 decision from Vauxhall Norsemen. David Barker led a balanc- ed Wildcat attack with nine points while Rod Lancer was the game's high scorer for the Norsemen with 13 points. The following is an up to date list of the various league standings as of Jan. 15: 4A Boys League JUNIOR BOYS: W L PU. Cardston Wildcats ........60 12 Magrath Eagles...........32 6 Raymond Mustangs.......22 4 LCI Colts.................23 4 W.C.H.S. Mastiffs .........14 2 Catholic Central Flyers 1 4 2 SENIOR BOYS: W L PH. Cardston Cougars ........60 12 Magrath Zeniths ..........32 6 Raymond Comets.........22 4 LCI Rams ................23 4 W.C.H.S. Bulldogs ........23 4 Catholic Central Cougars ..05 0 Southwest Conference CIRLS: W L PU. Kate Andrews Larks ......60 12 Willow Creek Chlnooks___5 1 10 Picture Butte Sugar QueensS 2 6 F. P. Walshe Meteors .....32 6 W. R. Myers Dawns 1 3 2 Milk River................0 4 Vauxhall VI-Queens JUNIOR BOYS: .0 6 W L PH. .40 8 .3 1 Stirling___.'......... Kale Andres Wildcats F. P. Walshe Ansons......3 1 Picture Butte Bears .......2 2 W. R. Myers..............2 3 Willow Creek .............1 3 Vauxhall Norsemen 0 5 SENIOR BOYS: W L PIS. W. R. Myers Trotters......50 10 F. P. Walshe Flyers .......41 8 Picture Butte Sugar Kings .41 8 Kate Andrews Gaels ......32 6 Willow Creek Cobras......23 4 Stirling Lakers............23 4 Vauxhall Vikings..........05 0 Milk River Comets ........05 0 Far West League BOYS: W L Pit. Nobleford Blades 6 1 St. Michael's Dragons Mathew Halton Hawks. Lundbreck Sabres Coalhurst Celtics...... Crowsnest Panthers GIRLS: 5 1 4 2 .4 3 1 6 0 7 Nobleford Bladettes...... 7 0 Lundbreck Sabrettes..... 6 1 Mathew Halton Hornets ..33 St. Michael's Oragonettes. 3 3 Crowsnest Pandas....... 1 6 Coalhurst Celettes 07 Vauxhaul wins tournament Vauxhall walked away with the championship of the Warner Midget hockey tour- nament (over the weekend by taking three straight vic- tories. Melvin Millar scored four goals while Virgil Olson added three and Bob Hobberstad had two as Vauxhall skated to a 14 3 triumph over Warner in the championship final. Earlier in the eight team tournament, Vauxhall had downed Lethbridge North Stars 16 2 arid edged Taber Bantam Reps 3-0. Warner earned its berth in the final by besting Taber Midget C's 8 6 in a game which was decided by a show- down when the two clubs were tied 6 6 at the end of the regulation time. Then, in the semi final, Warner snuck past Lethbridee Ti Cats 4-3. In the consolation event, Taber Midget C's dumped Lethbridge Ti Cats 7 3 in the final game. SETS RECORD BRISBANE (CP) Steven Holland of Australia clipped six-tenths of a second from his world 800-metre freestyle swimming record Sunday with a time of eight minutes, 15.2 seconds. The 26 year-old Holland, who also holds the world record, set his old mark last year.