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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 WE UfHBRIOGE HERALD Thundav, March 5J, 1973 At Wilson Junior High Students encouraged by cash prize v_. n.v LAVEHNE GH.CHHlSr I to develop greater interest in The s I u d e n t s of Wilson .mnior High are involved with many clubs which are offered various areas. These clubs are provided both as subject courses and as extracurricular activities. Accent on Youth A mass media class, has been offered as an option curricular The other trophy went lo Wilson for the best team effort. The Wilson chess club ov- course in Wilson for a second time. Its major function, be- j gilnjzed a tournament among sides increasing the students' own members. The players knowledge of the means and Hamilton Extensive research clone on original RCMP trek By DAHY1, LANGRIDGE i Friday researching in the Glen- i bow Archives in Calgary as Hamilton school students en- guests Of the Foundation. joyed a banner year with their students sports activities. The boys' team made it to the playoffs but suffered defeat at the hands of CCH. The girls' team lost to j Palerson in the semi-finals. Yatps Memorial Badminton players have been present playing since September have been turning out and full force. The school representa- tives were recently chosen. Playoffs will be held April 7. They will compete against two tape and slide shows to several classes of elemental? school students during Iho 27, at the Yates Memorial Centre. A special showing will be made at p.m. whieli will be open to the public and in- tended for senior citizens and their friends. Students and staff at Hamil- ton have started a non-smoking functions ol mass communica- tion, is lo produce our school newspaper, the "Reflector." The staff, together with the efforts of contributors, has at- tempted, to publish a newspa- per of high journalistic quality that Wilson can be proud of. The "Reflector" gives students and teachers the opportunity lo communicate information and heir views, as are felt impor- to fellow students and eachers as well as parents. CASH PRIZE OFFERED Recently a fine arts contest was sponsored by the newspa- per staff to encourage students to express themselves through written compositions and art work. As incentive, a cash prize was offered to the best entry of each' of the categories. Congratulations go out to Ralph Polluck for composing the best editorial, to Kendra Harding for creating the best poem and to Donna Kraus for writing the winning entry for short story. (The art sketch category has not been judged players from the other junior campaign which challenges high schools. Last year, Hamil- smoking teachers to compete ton won all classes except the with students in giving up grade seven competition. smoking during the day and The A-V Trekkers spent last I carrying cigarettes to school. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner divided into an "A" group (lop a "B" group (av- erage and group (inexperienced The tournament was lield over a, period of several monlhs. DEBATE CLUB A debate club has again been organized at Wilson this year. Us members are taught how to debate and then apply knowledge to real debate sit- uations. A debate is scheduled for (be first work in April be- tween tlie debate club and the newspape r si af f Tlie winner will receive the debate club which is presently held by the newspaper staff. A ph oto club lias been or Ranized at Wilson for those stu dents interested in learning more about phonography. The m em bers t ake their own pic lures and then develop them They have thus far experi merited with macro and alu minus photography. The photo club recently too! a series of slwts concerning arl work and mode H program from them. 11 proved to be a A media class has also been very interesting and worthwhile offered as an option curricular j activity and so in lite future class at Wilson. Its objectives Ui; club hopes to attemp are very similar to that of the similar projects, mass media course, except that thb major task of the media class is to create our "Retro- spect" yearbook- Members of the class have been ambitious- ly collecting, Outlandish square dance These Winston Churchill students, dressed in gingham and other country-type materials, are practicing rlieir square dancing for the upcoming musical, Oklahoma, Oklahoma is a fun loving story of country folk and these young people really suit their role. The dancers enjoy re- hearsing these nice doys out on me lawn. (rimming, ar- ranging, and gluing phoSo- graphs which will adorn the pages of the memory-filled "Retrospect." CHESS CRAZE BADMINTON For those students interest-' ed in badminton, a badmintoi club has been organized. Tlie club meets Tuesday and Thnrs- day mornings. Instruction is given and skills are then ap- plied lo game situation. The club is planning on hold- Ringette league 1 operation ing a tournament amongst its The chess craze has struck at! members on March 30. Our chess club, al- 1 Trophies will be awarded to the though not new to Wilson this year, has gained an amazingly large number of members. Besides participating in games a t regular m setings at noon, many club members By KAREN CRANK Winston Churchill Monday, I really couldn't .be- lieve my eyes1. I looked out the I of my and many olh- i era equally as entertaining. This year Dennis DeGroot and Deb Grey are playing the window and on the front lawn leads. For those who enjoyed cf Wineton Churchill High [him so much last year in Ihe School were about 16 students j King and I. Albert Azzara is dressed in various costumes, square dancing. The girls were wearing hove been involved with chess tournaments. Six of the top diess club members were in- vited to a tournament at Ham- ilton Junior High in Wilson came he me victorious with two trophies. One trophy most improved male player and to the most improved Te- rn ale player. These students will be chosen by J. II. Hamil- ton and the badminton commit- tee. Although there are still stu- dents at Wilson who do not be- long lo the various clubs, an increasing number are taking advantage of them. In the fu- Lure, more clubs are hoped to be organized so that student in- KITC1IENER, OiU. (OP) From a distance, it might 1 pear (he game being played is a free-wheeling brand of hockey. Up close, there are dider- Ehe girls look for ward to playing in out-of-town tournaments, jusl like their brothers. The Kitchener Minor Hockey Association works closely with ences. The long-haired players nngelle league. Mrs. Spence says it has been generous about arc girls. The blades are missing from t sharing ice time. what looked from a distance like hockey sticks and they are j shooting and passing a large ring instead of a puck. Body-checking is illegal. Barbara Rose and Marie went to Bi-ciit Tokitsu who em- erged as over-all champion. ties will increase. Spence worked from an instruc- tional manual to the ringetle league with 24 girls ui 19S7. Now Ihe association operates 15 teams in three age groups for "They feel girls should have an opportunity for team skating, says Mrs. Spence. In ]968, Mrs. Rose organized an atiull ringeile group which lias become a source of coaches for the minor organization. She, Mrs. Spence and president Doris Witter have even organized a teen-aged team which gives demonstra brightly colored dresses, below the knee, made of gingham and other country type materials. Tlie couples were doing the most outlandish square dance 1' have ever seen. They were do- ing kicks and flips and jumps, all over the place! I really couldn't believe it un- til I realized that the play Okla- homa is only a week and a hall away and, of course they were rehearsing. I guess I siwuld have known, there's been a lot of that going around Churchill lately. In case you've forgotten. I'll remind you. Tlie WCHS produc- tion of Rodgers and Hammer- stein's Oklahoma is playing at Yates Memorial Centre March 28, 19, 30 and 31. That's next week! Tickets are available at Leisters, Yates or by phoning Churchill. Oklahoma is a fun loving story of country folk in Okla- homa. As most stories, it has its serious moments but be- ing a musical, it is basically a Ijghl-hearled play. j terrific Some of the songs you may j I guess that about sums it be familiar with are "Oh, What up toe Churchill this monlh. a Beautiful "Surrey Don't forget about Oklahoma, with the Fringe on "Oui GET YOUR TICKETS also taking part in Oklahoma. It'll be a raht fine show y'all come y'hea'r? other things have j been happening at Churchill, oo. Both basketball teams did well this year and should >e commended. The Bulldogs did fantastical- well. They finished up the season with a 13-1 record. (The 'one' was lost by 1 Un- fortunately, they didn't make it to provincials. But, I guess ev- erybody has off nights. The Griffins didn't go to provincials either but f predict next year Ls the big year for them. Grad Committee (whose very j existence was threatened last month) has been doing fairly well, but has a long way to go. They've had two bake sales that went except contribu- tions were nil and couldn't make much money for them. A booming business was found in selling 50 cent chocolate bars. They went like nothing I've ever seen before. More are being or- dered f hear, so get your half dollars ready. (They make a The lethbridge Herald think if LEISTER'S COMING EVENTS if 9 The Lethbridge Community College presents PINK PANTHER NIGHT With The "STRATUS FACTION" Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion Friday, March 33 The Anne Campbell Singers and the Teen Clefs Present SPRING SING YATeS CENTRE, SAT. 4 SUN., 24 55 0 The lethbridge Symphony Presents Orchestral Concert YATES CENTRE MONDAY, MARCH 16 0 Winston Churchill High School Presents Oklahoma YATES CENTRE, MARCH 28 to 31 The Irish Rovers are Coming APRIL 9 TICKETS AVAILABLE AT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 328-4080 PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS This Progressl-, j Conservative IB a frequently- heard critic of the government in the House of Cortimons. What's hie. name? YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 The Governor of Bermuda, Richard Sharpies, and an aide were assassinated outside the Governor's residence. Bermuda is 7 a-a British colony U.S. colony c-an Independent nation 2 In the recent French elections, a SocialiBt- Communist front was (CHOO5K ONK: success- ful, unsuccessful) in Its bid to oust UieGaullist- led coalition in power since 1958. 3 On a day of bombing In Ulster and London, Northern Ireland voted In a referendum to (CHOOSE ONIi: remain with Britain, unite with the Irish 4 No conclusive settlement had been r-eached by the end of the second week of theseige of by militant American Indians. a-Little Big Horn, Montana b-Wounded Knee, South Dakota c-Sioux Falls, South Dakota 5 Statistics Canada's latest .ce report showed that it cost in February to buy in consumer goods what bought In February, 1972, and what bought in 1961, PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with'Ha correct meaning. I.....equinox 2.....equilibrium -1.....equivalent equivocal a-lmparlial, fair b-day and night are eciu.it length c-equa! in value el-having two or mcr meanings e-a stjite of PART 1H NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 f rnnta for names lhat you can correctly match with the clues, a-Solloltor-Geneml o' HOW DO YOU RATE? 91 10 100 polnll 10P SCOREI 91 lo W polnn Cieilknl. 71 lo 10 pc..... 61 10 70 poinll fur. 60 or Under? 7 T K'mm FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION Should Canada continue In its Viet Nam peace- observer role? 1.....Eimnett Hall Campora 3.....Jean Chretien i.....Warren Allmand C.....Mujlbur Rahman 3J9-73 Canada b-winner in Banglsdenii election c-federal Minister ol Indian Affairs and Northern Development d-winner In Argentine election Supreme Court of Canada Justice LCI Ticket blitz planned lor upcoming musical Ily GORDON1 THOMAS j E u s t i n g Out All Over, along Rodger's and Hairanerstcin's! wilh Carousel Waltz, smash broadway hit, Carousel, I Besides the involvement of will come to the stage or tlie i LCI students in the easl of the Yates Memorial Centre, April musical, the entire school popu- Ifi. 17, 18, and 19. i lation is taking part in tlie lick- The' LCI production, under jot sales campaign. A house to the direction of Maureen house blitz is planned for Mon- Mclling, stars Mike Day as i day, March 28. Billy Bigolow, and Valerie] The production is not far off, Oepner as Julie Jordan. and tic-kels are now available. Merest in many different activi- girls from eiglit Lo 16. Games tions in other Ontario communi- are played at three arenas and I ties. Portraying Carrie Pep- The musical's student night is peridge is Carol Virtue, Jim set for April 16 arid all seats Robinson is Enoch Snow, Net-: art SI. April 17. 18 and 19. the lie Fowler is played by Shcrri ticket prices arc per seat. McFadden, and Stewart Rood j Tickets are available at LCI. is Jigger. He sure lo indicate which day Tne elaborate production m-i chides such memorable musi- i wish to attend' cal selections as You'll j Don't miss this one. It'll be a Never Walk Alone, June Is: great show. Show yoxir true colours... with Flecto Varathane COLOURS IN PLASTIC! Bright, thjf's 12, vib Indoor want Imlil beauty and unsurprised durability the promi-.c of Fircio's Colours in Plastic rant tluU without iTurks then resist cracking, g. chipping anil outdoors, ivliercvtr you 3 long-lasting and absolutory us iiniOi, ask about Tlecto lianc Colours in Plastic bright and durable! ANTIQING and WOODGRAINING Come in ond see a live demonstra Iron of Fleclo antiquing products. You'll be amazed ol how easily you can transform unpointed, or old furnilure into beautifully finished pieces! Thursday, March to 9 p.m. Friday, March 23 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, March 24 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m TSurstfay and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. STUDENTS Saue This Practice Examination! Valuable Reference Material for Exams. ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE 2025 Mayor Mograth Drive ;