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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THr LETHBRIOGE HERAID Tu.iday, March 14, 197? YOUR HOROSCOPE MARCH 15 Your today: .Get :i start from where you live now. Tlie first months contain such a diversity of opportunity you may use en- ergy' in settling to a prag- matic course. The methods you learn uill broad application to future situa- tions. Today's natives have a knack of combining seem- ingly unrelated subjects and getting a coherent result ARIES (March 21-April 191: By JEAN6 D1XON TAl'KUS (April 20-Ma.v which will quite work until the day is nearly over. Dnce you get the early confu-1 Book iion straightened out, quit and getting through the lay. Tomorrow is a different leal. Planet spheres Andy sends a complete 22- volume set of the World Encyclopedia to Jo- seph. Koziarz. age 9, of Rome, New York, tor his question: f.e Bridg tsults res Ladles Wednesday AFIeniocn March B 1. M McPcnnel, H. Ra1h; 1. Donald, L. Smirti; 3 and Ned I. son, W. wirfi G. Hedfi McLean. Hamilton Wednesday Evening D.B.C. March 8 N.S. 1. B. Jurkovlcn, V. Fukudi; 1. E Fox, i. Jcnnscn; 3. R. Mifon, Waters. E.w. 1. A. J. 2, V. Martin, L. Frandsen; 3, tfr, antj Mrs. D. Thursday Night D.B.C. March t N.S. 1. G. Pfrry. V. FuVuda; 7. B. C. Evans. G. Hummel; 3. R. Wotlck. C w cnrcnesler. E.V.. B. fiisson, K. J. L. Smith, 0. ia'ni, 1 D. E. r.'iichaeMS. W. Zumsteln Friday NlgM O.B.C. March 10 N.S. I, E. Gcodman, C. Cruches- rer; Bcb Marshall, C. SudslXal; 3, J. Maesaard, B. Palmer. 1. A, Harris, E. Aubert; 1. A, Kir-al, W, SchmidJ 3. K. Bentsc'i. E. Millc-.'. Visitors pEavtni at the city bridge clubs Iriis week were Mrs. s. E. Mrs. O. Sond berta. VJ'elcani naay. ey rf Mr. anrj ianf.yvllle. Al- slices, come agalnl pair March Utti. Mr. and Mrs land enroute In Arizona, Wednesday March week H, ism and open pain Friday i ____ Why are the planets spheres? Molding a round planet is on f enormous job. But the same forces also do smaller jobs. When we watch them at work i in a small way, we can under- stand why planets are round and also how they were mold- i.j.e. ed. These big projects are re- lated to falling stones and floating feathers and also to P. whal happens when you swing a pail of water in a fast whirl. When you drop a stone, it falls lo the ground. If you drop it in a pond, it sinks to the bottom. When you drop a cork, it also falls to the it floats on lop of the water. As we know, all Ihese every- day events are ruled by grav- ity. The mighty force hugs us to tiie surface of the earth and pulls us down when we fall. It pulls at all the material in the whole planet. And it pulls all of this material toward a cen- tral point down in the very of material In tile planet to- ward it. Its force is equal on all sides, wtu'ch means it pulls equally hard all sides. If the earth were shaped like a square box. the force of grav- ity would pull down the high corners. It strives to keep all the material evenly arranged around that point in the mid- dle. This is how gravity mold- ed the earth and the other planers into round spheres. However, this is only part ol the story. The earth is made from from This most important point is i called the centre of gravity. From there it reaches out in 1 all directions, pulling every oit Professional people listed among Edmonton addicts EDMONTOX (CP) Profes-1 pie and eight per cent were many different substances some heavier and some light- ej. Gravity pulls heavier mate- rial down through ligher ma- terials. This is why stones sink through water and even feaih ers sink thraigli the filmy air Corks bob on the. waves be cause their material is lighter than water. When gravity molded the earth into a sphere it pulled the heaviest mate- rials into the centre. The oth ers were arranged like onion skins around the core with the lightest layer on thi top. Something else also helped to do this enormous job. It goes to work in a small way when you swing a pail of water over your head very fast. The water does not spill, even when the pail owoops upside down. This happens when things swing around fast. And the earth has been spinning around fast for billions of years. This helpad lo mold the planet into a sphere and also lo arrange its mate- rials in layers around Ihe vhich don'l, so there's less other with the next extensive project. Nothing goes quite as )lntmed. CANCER (June 21-Jllly .pgressive initiative is out. Let ntuilion guide you in loader- hip. Given a little care, ro- nantic situations have satis- actory resolutions. LEO (July 23-Aug. A rienrl argues with you, white in acquaintance will let you go ahead and make an error. Pay ittention to comments and ob- ections. VIRGO (Aug. Money and spending bother 'ou briefly. Do what is best for vourself; postpone expcndi- iires. Tomorrow will be differ- ent. LIBHA (Sept. 23-Ocl. Don't be surprised at finding resistance to your plans. Shout- ing does no good. Older people are more amenable lo reason. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-N'nv. There may be opposition, which doesn't exist at higher ranges of your field. Keep your sense of humor. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-DcC. You're tempted to take on too much; reduce your drive and avert fatigue. Be indepen- dent, unwavering once you've made a judgment. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Older family corrections get involved in business deals, may complicate matters. See that minor discrepancies don't escalate into quarrels. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Fell. Major changes seem lo in- vent themselves. Tact is reeded to keep open further re- finements of choice, details of future projects. PISCES (Feb. IB-March 201: Promote the creative, artistic side of all activities, and things work out smoother. You have the energy to cope with circumstances. (1972: By The Chicago Tribune) LATEST ftXlftlWS THAT FOOTBALL FAVOREPW36% OF THE FANS, BASEBALL BASKETBALL WUH6 HOCKEY3% ANP 50 TUMBLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan ITS CUSTOMARY TO ANSWER PACK WHEKl SPOKEN TO PV CHIEF! BLONDIE-By Chic Young BEETLE BAILEY-By Mort Walker TOP SECRET sionaJ people and white-collar workers were among the 155 drug addicts included in a study of those receiving or seeking medical treatment last summer. The five-month study by Uni- versity of Alberta psychology students and financed by the federal Opportunities for Youth project, showed almost four per cent were professional pco- white collar workers. About 10 per cent were stu- dents, 46 per cent skilled la- borers and 3 per cent, unskilled laborers, the study showed. The report, which made it clear the 155 were not the total of addicts in Edmonton last summer, said there were three times as many male addicls as female and the female addicts tended to be younger. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN (O tin: TM CLIdH Both vulnerable. South deals. NORTH OKQ7 J653 WEST EAST VJ 10 9764 VK31 O 8543 OS5Z SOUTH A K Q tt J V A O A J 16 AS87 The bidding; South West North 2 Pass 4 Tass Pass Pass 5 O 3 5 4. 6 0 Pa Esrt Pass Pass, Pass Pass Opening lead: Jack of