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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta May 20, 1970 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Student Census Survey OTTAWA (CP) Canada's college student population in 1969-70 totalled includ- ing part-time and full-time students, the Dominion Bureau of Statistics reported today. The bureau's survey of higher education covered courses lead- ing to university degrees, diplo- mas and certificates in both un- dergraduate and graduate pro- grams. The enrolment figures are complete for1 universities and colleges, but partial for non-university institutions. They also include college students not studying for a particular de- gree. Ontario had the highest stu- dent enrolment with in full-time and part-time courses. Prince Edward Island had the smallest, Other totals: Newfoundland Nova Scotia New Brunswick Quebec Manitoba Sas- katchewan Alberta British Columbia ACCEPTS BLAME David J. Gosselin, a iivc-ycar-vetcr- an of the Santa Barbara police force, sits before a coroner's inquest jury when he accept- ed the blame for the fatal shooting of Kevin Patrick Moran, a 22-year-old UC Santa Barbara senior who was killed April IS. Gosselin's rifle acci- dentally discharged. Youth Column Children Warned About The Weed OTTAWA (CP) The les son began with a polite re- quest that teacher leave the room. Then with a little prodding and friendly jostling from the visiting instructor, 12- and 13- year-old smokers admittec their habit without fear of re- crimination. Nearly every person in the Ottawa school class had tried smoking at least once and about one-third attested to regular" puffing, so they were prepared to listen to what Justin Maloney, a fourth-year medical student at the Univer- sity of Ottawa, had to say about the weed. Mr. Maloney emphasized that tho object of his visit was to tell the young people the same facts doctors know about smoking, not to scare them. Since last September, he and six other medical stu- dents have visited 30 of the 42 English-language schools ad- ministered by the Ottawa sep- arate school board. They give hour-long illustrated talks on the effects of tar and nicotine. Mr. MaloneyJs session opened will) an explanation of it's a Good Life 24" diameter, rolled edge bowl Oversized two tone hood Chrome plated, fully adjustable grill 1" detachable tubular legs CSA a jproved Swing-out spit Lime or Avocado finish (Not as Illustrated) 14.99 Barbecue Imported fire hardened clay, enclosed cookers Heavy steel grill Hinged lid 30" high, green with orange trim Stand extra how people breathe and how smoking leaves behind a film in tire windpipe and lungs, similar to the way a chimney becomes lined with soot. To continue the analogy, windpipe cells that perform a cleaning function with their delicate, brush-like ends were dubbed "chimney-sweep cells." "After smoking a pack a day for 10 or 15 years, your windpipe looks like the inside of a chimney, with tar stick- ing to the brushes and pre- venting them from Mr. Maloney said. When the students agreed that tar used to surface roads is black and Mr. Maloney pointed out that ciga- rette tar is no different. The youngsters clutched their throats in mock agony. "The tars have something in them that can cause can- he said, using vivid color slides to show the black- ness of a smoker's lungs, the start of a cancerous growth in the windpipe and its eventua" spread to block air passages. The students were also in vited to look at a preserved section of a human luiii marrpd by a large tumor. "You have 10 times greater a chance of dying of lung can- cer if you smoke a pack a day; two times greater chance of dying of heart at- tack and times greater a chance of dying with chronic bronchitis and emphysema, according to Mr. Maloney said. "We don't want this to hap- pen to our" parents, so whal can we asked one gir] whose mother, a registered nurse, smokes regularly. "Keep at them know y o u 'r e disappointed when they smoke a ciga- she was advised. One student asked how "two or three cigarettes -a week- end" could be dangerous when it takes so long to build up a tar coating in the wind- pipe. "People never remain occa- sional cigarette smokers, said Mr. Maloney, a non-smoker. "They gradually build up to a pack a day or more." REACT WITH ESSAYS The children are always asked to sum up then; reac- tions in an essay, which teachers submit to the medi- cal students. According to their com- ments, "segerret" smoking is "500 times as bad as being drunk." The "habbit" is a "haserd" to health, can cause "can- swer" and may even lead to the "semitery." Mr. Maloney said the idea for the program came last year when one school teacher asked him to give her class a talk on smoking. 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