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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE UITHMIDOI HERALD November No generation gap Family makes music By VICTOR STANTON KltcheMi-'Waterloo Record Ont. There's no such thing as a generation gap in the Phil Laderoute family. mother and five ranging in age from 6 to are united by a com- mon love of making music to- gether. A little over a year when the family still was liv- ing in Ont.. their hometown for 20 it was decided that they would all Herald- Youth Wilson Lions win title By CINDY ANDERSON Victory took place last Thursday at Henderson Ball Park for the Wilson Junior High Lions when they became the minor football beating Catholic Central's Bombers 32-7 The reigning champs' offense really showed all their practiced and skilled plays that night when they repeated- ly broke apart Catholic Central's defense to score five touchdowns to win the game. While the Wilson offense led off the first half of the the Wilson defense pulled up the rear of the team showing tremendous amounts of power and balance by holding off the Bombers' letting only one touchdown get by The Lions started their vic- tory sweep during the first half of the with a 13-0 lead Not one touchdown got through their defensive line in the first half of the game Catholic Central couldn't even get a first down Leading up to the both teams seemed to be of- the same calibre but the Lions definitely proved who the champs were During the season both teams each lost one game which was to each so the third game between them was the deter- mining one The five touchdowns scored were run by the season's leading Pat number 21 Wilson students are also proud of their cheerleaders and supporting fans who cheered the team on to winn- ing the championship The Wilson cheerleaders are also in the running for the cheerleadmg trophies Offensive players of the winning team are Kevin Pat Dave Kim Dave Perry John Louis Arlen Leonard Mon- ty Darren Kelly Rocky Phil Drew Dzuren and John Sikking Members of the defense are Tim Brad Keith Randy Ser- Tim Jeff Mark Terry Rick John Reg Wesley Higa and Kelly Firth together pursue a musical career and so they joined the professional musicians' union under the name of Father's Children. The name came about dur- ing a visit to Toronto by the oldest of the and Ron the group's man- ager. were in Eaton's looking for material for cos- tumes looking through these materials all of a sudden we saw these priests' cassocks and we said 'We should get robes like these and call ourselves Father's and we both looked at each other and BEGAN PERFORMING The name was readily ac- cepted by everyone and Father's in cas- but in outfits of purple lame and per- forming at for wed- dings and parties and occa- sionally even in in and around Kapuskasing. The decision to come where a greater range of op- portunities would be open to was encouraged by a Toronto talent Orest Objnyk Death claims adjudicator OTTAWA Dr E Emmett professor of English at the University of Ottawa and ad- judicator of the CBC televi- sion student quiz program Reach For The died un- expectedly at home of a heart attack Wednesday. Dr a member of the university faculty for 33 had been head of the English department since 1955 Kissing pays off Lethbridge Community College student Joey Roy gets a big kiss from Gerald Zacher at a kissing booth set up in support of Hal Gallup who is running for students' council president against Dale Johnson. Brad Almonds looks on in waiting for another cutie to come along and vote for Hal. it paid off Wednesday when Hal Gallup was elected president. the camera caught Anette Gryschek and Loren Currie smooching at the campaign booth iiimmnnnnnnnn Join the millions of Canadians who own Canada's most popular personal investment IT BUY CANADA SAVINGS BONDS Students receive diplomas Eleven Lethbridge students were among the 809 graduates receiving their parchments at the University of Calgary Fall Convocation ceremonies last weekend at the Jubilee Auditorium. Receiving degrees were Ernest Ball master of John Anthony Dennis George Maier and Denis Michael master of David Stevenson bachelor of Jams Leigh bachelor of Patricia Gail and Loran S. J. bachelor of Doneal Harry bachelor of physical Walter Cornelius bachelor of science in electrical engineering Calvin Frost Annis received his diploma of the faculty of education in curriculum and instruction. Graduates were announced by Dr. W F M registrar and academic secretary of the U of C. Club donates eye glasses The first regular meeting of the Hoping Nimble Needles 4- H Sewing Club was held Oc- tober 24. President Rita Kana called the meeting to order and April Deginstein led the 4-H Pledge. The new were installed in their new positions during a candle-fighting with the help of club leader Marge Mitzel. Elected were Rita Melody Bridgette Kathy and Sheila club reporter. The club's humanitarian service for this year will be the donation of old eye glasses for Eskimos and and Vitamin A for people in a needy country. Color night will be held Fri- day in Foremost To conclude the a lunch was served by Vema Rita Kana and Melody Mueller. Hamilton Happenings Class makes cards Hamilton Junior High Trek '74 class has made and is selling Christmas cards and commemorating last spring's trek from Man. to Fort Macleod The cards are made of high quality paper in Teton next and feature a Corne Marten's original sketch of Roche Perce made on the trek with Henri Julien's sketch of the original trek in 1874. The cards featuring a description of both pictures as well as season's are SO a dozen and may be obtained by contacting the NWMP Project at Hamilton Junior High. Proceeds will be used to help finance Trek '74 from Roche Perce to Fort Edmonton next the northern route of the 1874 trek 100 years after the original Films of the site of the Riel Rebellion will be taken'on the way to Edmonton Students film detachment Hamilton students visited and filmed the remains of the Beaver Creek detachment located in the Porcupine Hills It was believed this detachment may have gone under another name such as 'Porcupine Hills Detachment.' Pictures of this site are being sought by the students so they may com- plete their NWMP study. One of the stops made on the trip was at an Indian burial ground where the dead are believed to have been placed upon a large flat rock the students found nearly 100 Indian beads and remains of human bones. If anyone has any useful information about Beaver please contact Mr Haig at Hamilton Trek interests media Hamilton student Tony Many Fingers of the Grade 9 Trek 74 class appeared with instructor Bruce Haig on CFCN with Elisha Rasmussen. Slides were shown of the '73 trek last spring and plans were discussed for Trek '74 Students Kevin Wiber and Randy De Bruin were interview- ed on CJOC-TV by Joan Waterfield last Thursday afternoon They also discussed the project and showed slides School activity really paid off VANCOUVER Twelve years ago 10 young schoolteachers gathered around a desk and agreed they could afford an extra- curricular activity On a after school was one figured the profits to be made on land Each teacher agreed to buy at least one share and Chalk Holdings Ltd was born with initial investment of The company has assets worth 5 million in- cluding five shopping centres and hundreds of residential and commercial lots Six of the original 10 still are directors and nine of the 10 are still in the teaching field. The 10th is Thomas H Goode Jr former Liberal MP for Burnaby-Richmond-Delta and now full-time of Chalk Holdings LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By CAROLYN STERENBERG Winston Churchill Many people think that winter is for staying keeping warm and drinking instead of taking part in some of the in- vigorating sports that winter -such as snow- skating or just a plain old game of fox- and-geese with the neighbor kids As the first snow I could picture people running out into the screaming it's finally These are the people afflicted with'ski-mania' Once you get it's very rarely cured This mania is very prevalent and seems to spread a little more each year. More shouts of joy came from the snowmen-building enthusiasts That group con- sists of anyone over two years of age The great thing about snow-building is you can make whatever you want to. Imagination is the key to hav- ing a really wild looking snow object. If you are driving down a street sometime and see a one- armed you'll know it's an original. The result of many-an-hours' pondering. In spite of a few Winston Churchill will be hav- ing a girls' hockey team this year Last year they played teams from the YMCA and other city teams WCHS was planning on hav- ing a street hockey but the plans got run over by a snowmobile maniac. The benefit show originally planned for late November has been post-poned until after the new year. There will be a Mardi Gras at the school in early December sponsored by Grad 74. It looks like it will be ex- citing with a fabulous 'girlie show' and a kissing booth and other intriguing booths It should be a gala IL A dance will be 'held vat Winston this 9 pm until midnight. Orphan Annie from Spokane wiU be playing and all senior high school students are invited. The WCHS had a good season with a three-loss record. They placed second in their division. The half-way point of the semester is past and we're trudging on to the final months. With it comer the realization that many hoses will have to be put W the grindstone in an effort to come out ahead. WEEKEND SPECIALSI iMNMy HVpWMM UNflrttEMM Tun and ottMr tptoM LP ftlCORDS TRACK CAwrrra The Rolling QoatthMd only 5.98 LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. ;