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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TRAVEL BY CHARTER TO EUROPE ill US AKRANGE YOUH GROUND TOURS SEVERAL SELECTIONS ARE AVAIIABLE ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 SECOND SECTION NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL CLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIDGi, AlOERTA Summer is Be ready a pnir of Prcscriplion Sunglasses. students plain eieir views -EL By IION CAUNYKLL licrahl Staff Wrilcr The Univer- sity of LeUi- briclgc w n s built in soulli- ern Alberta at least, partially so southern Al- berta sludtnls coulfl attend "their o w n" university, yet most of them arc opting ID attend other universities. The Herald's community hy- comimimty study ot their rea- sons why continues. CATHOLIC CENTRAL Six of the eight students in- Icrvicwcd indicated '.hey plan to go to university in the Tall. Three of those said (hey will probably attend the Universi- ty of Lelhbrirtge but at least one will transfer to Edmon- ton in a year. Two oilier plan lo nllcnd the U of A while one. is Roing lo Ihc University of Victoria One. of those who picked the U of A said he did so be- cause he would have had to transfer there anyway lo take pre-mcil. The reasons varied for the students who selected the U of L. It was close lo home and cheaper to attend for one. Another feels the caliber of the teaching staff is "quite good." A unanimous com p 1 a i ill about the U of L is Ihat iL doesn't do enough to inform (he potential stuclcnls of, what it has to offer. "No one from tlie universi- ty ever comes bore, T I they commenlcd one student. Only one of Ihe eight stu- dents said lie felt any iden- tification with the "U of L but five had a positive impression and no one had a negative im- pression. All the students felt that the U of L doasn'l offer enough courses. Some said il. should try to offer the same courses as tlic U of C while others maintained it would be suicide to attempt to compete with Calgary at this time. They Haiti it would be for Lethbridge to specialize. LETIIIIRIDtiH COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE Eight students were inter- viewed; five said I bey plan to go to university in the fall, None will RO to the University of Lethbridge. Two plan to attend the U of A. one the U of C.. one to BYU and one Princeton. Again, a lack of courses had something to do with stu- rienls going away. "Early childhood education is not offered here in the fac- ulty of education." r-nid o-ie. "K d m o n I o n is the only place where I can medi- cal laboratory science." .Most of the students felt (liat the U cf L is still under- developed and "in today's la- bor mnrkel, you need the very best training you can Ret." "II s h o u 1 d gel into pro- grams that arciii'L offered any- where else. They could stress music or Hie fine one student. Another student commented that the U of L "doesn't seem h) b.'ivc that good a reputa- tion." "When you mention it, some people j 'st A lol look upon it ns a mickey mouse university.'' One student, however, pre- dicted Us a m slier of lime hefnrc (lie V of L be- comes a top-notch university. ''In live or six years il will probably bo a r sily, but that doesn't do us imitvh good right he "When Ihe cily expands, be able to live o vc i- (he-re and (he social life will be lots halter. Ii is practically non-existant now. nilT.l.lilLL Eleven of the, VI skidunls interviewed plan to go lo uni- versity this fall. Six v.ill f.'o to Hie V of L. one lo Ihc U ot C and lo V of A. At least rait' of fiu students tfuing to Lollibiiclgo wiH transfer to Thrj .students til lending tlic 1' cf L unanimously the main rccihea vas that il is (o home and cheaper ID Four of the students felt "some kind'' of identification with the local university while t'.vo liar] a distinct nega- tive impression. Hew e v c v. both of them are among Hie grouu which plans lo all end (ho V of L. "You gel Ihe impression thai il is kind of second rale bec.'iuse1 Die cnlrnncL1 recniii'e- inenls nrcn't .said student. "I don'l feel il is ;i> v-ell iTcepled academically as the cllicrs." They .siiif) I be only direct con tad I'icv had with the iiniver'-ily is when they v 1'iit over Inc'i'C on ihf'ir own. No from the iinivci'sily comi; "Mo; I of us are rei'.ily in Ihe dark about what 'they offer. It h bard to v ho In wnt'n want lo find out "It seems cvon'ono. knows U e I. o) C and Ire I" of A lliun llicy do about LcthNridpc. Five nf 19 studciiiK i-itcr- plan lo all end some post-secondary institution in Ihe fall. Two say they will go lo the U of L, two to the LOG and one to the V of C. The Mvo LCC students hope to trans- fer lo the University of Leth- bridge later. Students said mosl of the school's graduates will likely go lo Ibe Lolhbridge Commu- nity College. They expressed curiousily about why Ihe, two Lelh bridge, institutions do so little to keep them informed. Thcv said the cojnmunily college in Medj- cinc Hat sends someone there every year lo "make a pilch" but neither the U of L nor the LCC has clone that so far. They said the main allrac- lion of the U of L is thai il is a new institution and ii is cheaper lo gn there than (o Calgary or Edmonton. MILK 1IIVF.I! Eleven students plan to al- Icnd university in tlic fall. Four v.ill enrol al the Unl- YLTMiy tjj thrt'O tbu I' of C and tour at the i: cf A. Il's expected rnri-t of the will go lo the Lelli- biidge Community College be- nf "a i.lrong Irond In wards technical schools and generaHy had s rood impression of MIL- U of L and most icgard it as "their univcmly." They also like Ihe idea of having a university close to borne. Mnsl of those who will not altcnd Ihc U of L say the main reason is that the courses they want are nol of- fered. There uas also a general feeling ihat Ihe U cf L "ic in trouble" until it starts to spe- in some area that not available in Calgary or Edmonton. More Saturday. Education today said politicians' scapegoat The "intentional looking in the righl i manage education on be lall ing" of education is just a being used hy those in power every province, there is Is tn be held draw attention away from of then, if (he own deficiencies, said Dr. now somclimes two is in bad MacDonald, dean of Ihe responsibility it is of education at the of Calgary, in an address to Thursday meeting of the South-em Alberta Council on Public considering U was the final meeting ot group until Ihc Dr. JlacDoiiald said (here has always been a tendency own place a lot ol faith in tion and, when things slart to go wrong in society, as they arc now doing, those in power Lcthbridge Community College board of governors lo get lo work -ighl away on a new athletics as much blame as Ihey can the possibility of the shoulders of their own arena aL the He tool; issue with supporters of the idea of turning education over to business so it meeting on June 7. Dr. C. D. Stewart, president of LCC, said college is be run more over the uncertain He was critical of ''a business world that has lo be surrounding Hie proposed new cily arena. He said it out continuously hy the cily won't be subsidy. Ihat apparently does not have the intelligence or for some time and so "we iavc lo lake it to agination to r u n and look at it to see trains at a profit and should go il Eye is back in manufactured goods are concern is that the lo Jamie Little, for their lack of is lacking considerably Friday Ihe "There are Ihosc who say the money being poured into education and athletic of a cation Is wasted." he the college docs decide "What about (lie money ahead and build Its own project had been at poured into 11 government it appears at this for several ministrations in a country the city would still waiting for a letter a population of slightly more than 20 Compare this and other social issues to education, he build its own ice arena. Dr. Stewart said the college arena would probably contain an ice facility bul il wouldn't be Ihe remainder of a grant of which only had been and education comes out the cily is looking Eye, an organization ing like an incredibly said if Hie college to act as a liaison ful Us own arena he community service Commenting on Ihe popular cry for accountability in education, Dr. MacDonald said il is already there, people it to be funded entirely by the provincial government. The college had been prepared lo contribute lo the building of a new city and city youth, has been operating since Jan. 1. Mr. Little said several plans to be put inlo effect in the CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL i was lo be located near the college. Dr. Stewart said be would bo pleased lo have a jo nl effort between the were undor discussion but had nol yet been finalized. The office is in a new location at 11S4 Lakeland Lower Ihc cily but Ihat Ihc phone number 328-015 MEDICAL DENTAL PHONE PHARMACY r A SUNDAY FROM O. C. IS FAMILY When explain Ihat is lo be laken .he drop' you'll be using CHILDREN'S of Hie oldest methods of cation known to pharmacy. Most 'drops' prescribed for Ii; or nose difions. and method of both basic ngredicnts i 1, a applies lion and enjoyable jv means of the MUSIC 6 to 8 ii medication you're VALERIE flic word 'drop' originally came lo lib from flic dripping EDDIE v a tc r being, inlcrcslingly enough, a derivalion of o ind a drop of water WE INVITE APPLICATIONS FOR v len it Mrike.s olhcr water i solid object. Over Ihe he Icrm 'drop' became the FOOD SERVICE ilanalion for ;niy liquid nun LOUNGE 'afion applied which nsiHl of a personal interview phono John Mere al Sluhbs he filling of your pro.srriptio s our main reason for n business. nili Avp. s (he address where we're ways glad lo see and he IE erviee lo 1 Open daily a.m. In 'iesiau'iant .m. and p.m. In p.m. and .m. lo in cabaret brawl By LARRY BENNETT Herald Staff Writer The trial of si.v men chcrgcd with a March assault caus- ing bodily barm to Al Holier, manager of the El Rancho Mo- tor Hotel, ended Thursday when three of them were con- victed, one was convicted of a lesser related charge and Iwo were aquiHed. Samuel Charles Olscn, 26, of Leibbnrigc w a s ncntercsd I o three months in jail when Pro- vincial .Judge A. II. Elford cited his aclions as probably having caused Ihe incident. "Had you nol struck Mr. Ho- ber. as the evidence indicates you did. nolhinc would prob- fib.'y have happened.'7 the judge OLsen. Allen Louis Blomme. 25. also of Lelhbridgc and Michael Lee Swallow, 25. of Topcka, Kan- sas, were each sentenced to liro-monlli jail terms for their part in the assault. Another American, Michael D. Waggoner, 29, cf Anchorage, Alaska, convicted of the related lesser offence of com- mon assault when the judge cited evidence which identified him as having kneed Mr. Ho- bcr in the groin as be rose from a beating inflicted from the other three convicted. "There was no evidence lo implicate Mr. Waggoner in the assault which caused bodily barm to Mr. said the judge. Richard Burrows. 26. and Donald Andrews, 21, both of LcLhbridge were aquitlM o f the assault charpe. .Judge Ellord ruled the scn- tcncus imposed against Olsen, Blomme and Swallow were to j run concurrently with those j made by Provincial Judge L. I W. Hudson following their con- viction on a charge of causing a disturbance in a public place. i In an earlier trial Judge Hud- son convicted Olsen, Blomme, Swallow and Donald Andrews I of Lclhbridge of causing a dis- turbance in public. Three of I the men were fined S-'OO and given jail terms as well. Swallow was not. given an ad- ditional jail term when court was told be would be unable to pay the fine and would have lo serve Ibc default period of two months in jail. It has been indicated Swallow and Waggoner will be deported following the completion of their jail terms. ART DfETRfCH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Bldg 222 5lh SI. S. Phone 328-4095 'i INCH BY 50 FEET TRANSPARENT PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE Complete with bran 52.67 GARDENMASTER OSCILLATING SPRINKLER ,77 ONLY CALL GARDENING 327-5767 DOWNTOWN CANADA'S FINEST Jim Livingstone, Andy Allison watch Dennis Clancy style. Scottish singer tries local greens Hy ALLISON I'lerr.M Staff Writer Dennis Clancy. I lie Scottish baritone, look Lime on I from his busy schedule while in l.elh- lo enjoy a of i rounds of Ihi! luc'iil Hen- derson Lake course. Tlioupli interi'iipled by rain showers, Clancy and bis j -_irr._, pnriners, Jim Living-' stone, and Andy Allison, man- lo tfc-l in ;i number of j rounds. I "Us I he course Hr played on over berc wliiTc- the is Ihe c'lilerlainer in Ills smoolh Keollisli hropv.c. Sent land and Midland arc famous Hie world over for heir o r golf courses. y is in with acrordionisl Arthur Kpinl; and i the lwo are enlortain- ovenings al the loeal Lotf- ley also have a concert for ibe Slake House ,lnne l al ii p.m. The Clancy family. Honnis, Ina and son 1'aul have been Innrinj: Canada sinei1 March. The couple have three more- children. Maureen, iVn- nis and John, who remained at lioinr in Dundee. Scoltand. a youngish urand- falbei', liaa been siiijonj: frssionally for 20 years and has been louring since lie has t-rcn Ihe world, having In places from Now Vork to New Zcalaml anil Hung Konr; lo Tlirouyhou! his travels be has found the aiuiioncss liavp their favoiiU1 reouestcd tunes are. The Road the Miles (o Dundee. (Dennis1 personal favoriie i. The Nnrtliern Lights of Old Ab- erdeen and The Road lo Ibc Isles The travelling Dennis. enjoy it, lint 1 would I'alher slay al home Ihe family of course. IN not the Iravellim.! or Ihe Ihnl wears one down, ils Ilie lad Ihat one continiKLlly meeting new people- and renew- ing old Dennis has played such well- kiKiwn places as Carney.e Hall in New York. Ihe Valley Music Hall in Sail Lake Cily and the Alber! Hal) in London. lie is a hi.shnp in I lie Church of Jesus cf Lnller Day Saints and Hie conceil on .bine 1 al Ihe Lelhhridpe Stake Centre will see the proceeds in his homo branch in Semhnd. Tickets for the concert are available at TUusie and Sports and Art Williams Won- derful of Tnuel. Gall 327-4348 for Rapid Pick-up CANADIAN FURRIERS LEROY'S PLUMBING fi GASFirriNG SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 328-8403 RTLIEVbS GAS PAINS 1960 DATSUN 1600 1971 VW SUPERBEEUE 7967 PONTJAC V8 ouloniniic S10 and Sandals RAEWOOD MOTORS dny _ Wrtlnrstlny. CllARGKX till 9 p.m 3rd Avo. one! I6lh SI. S. Snlr-. 378-1539 Cnr Lol 328-4356 Slli SI. S. SHOES ;