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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald- Youth Young people require a better education to cope with problems DELOY ff. Coaldale necieves own office photo Vice-principal Frank' of Kate Andrews High las been looking for his own office for years. He finally got his courtesy of unknown students. The outhouse was complete with signs in front of he school the morning after Hallowe'en. Mr. Featherstone seems quite amused with he students' prank. OTTAWA The sex- ual problems facing adolescents today are the same as always but under today's constantly changing circumstances it takes a better education for an adoles- cent to come to grips with himself. That is the view of Dr. John an Ottawa specialist on diseases of the speaking in a panel dis- cussion sponsored by Planned Many sports offered at Hamilton By BRUCE OLSEN Hamilton Junior High provides an assortment of sports activities to suit almost every student's ability. Instructor Joseph Cordiero supervises badminton and basketball first thing in the morning. At volleyball is available for all grades The practices are to get prepared for a tournament on Saturday at Wilson Junior High. After school there is volleyball scheduled at each grade level on different nights. The football season ended for the Hamilton Stampeders at the end of October The Stamps had a good season with a record of four wins and four losses. Most valuable player award was presented to Doug Berger. Tim Ross was named Rookie of the Year and Darcy lineman of the year. Basketball will soon be-un- der way in full swing. Outdoor education provides students with camping bike hikes. Recreational ac- tivities include curling and bowling. Complementing the traditional sports in this area are the ski club and fitness club. J____I MUSICLAND SUPPLIES LTD i Parenthood of Ottawa. too much com- mercial gain made of the movies and so said Arthur Milner of the Ottawa Street an- other panelist. mysU- fied the problems teen-agers go through sexually. I hope sexuality regains some of its human and realistic He said the Ottawa Street Clinic's approach is informal in helping young people cope with sexual problems. No health service number of form of payment is required and an appointment is given immediately. Dr. E B Challis of the Ot- tawa Civic Hospital's family medicine centre is a great need for places where young people can go without fear or concern to gef The most frequent said Dr. is about con- traceptive methods. The deci- sion to have sexual inter- course had been he all we can do is help them so this human relationship becomes The director of Ottawa Gen- eral Hospital's family plann- ing Dr. Sheena said the biggest problem is helping the younger teen-ager who requests birth-control pills. girls under 18 need parental consent for a prescription. She said the problem crops up frequently The majority get parental consent but for those who advice is given on contraceptive methods not requiring prescriptions. Mr. f Milner recommended a change in the law. Dr. Challis noted that few teen-age boys seek sexual ad- vice or come with their girl friends. He found it sad and disturbing to see girls accepting all the responsibili- ty and coming alone. On the other Peggy a nurse and inter- viewer at the Ottawa-Carleton family planning sense of concern shown by the boys we see in high schools looks good for the Dr. Doyle said he feels best when his efforts bring parents and their children closer to- gether. Problems exist where there is no confidence and communication in this he said. An exhausting day the last one is finally done. WALTER KERBER photo When her cows come home the day's work really begins By KEN ROBERTS Herald Staff Writer Four o'clock in the morning comes early. But that's what time Sharon Anderson gets up to start looking after 21 Hereford cattle. Sharon's the family expert on getting cattle ready for her says.The Anderson family is in Lethbndge this week for the Rocky Mountain Livestock Show and Sale and the Southern Alberta Cattle Breeders Show and Sale Preparing the stock means cleaning and clipping the animals so they will look their best. If the animals look good at the show they will be easier to sell. Miss her and two brothers all pitch in to get the work done Even with all this help the care of the animals makes for a long day Miss Anderson says she doesn't get to bed un- til 10 p.m. The grooming of an animal is very Miss Anderson says If there are two animals of the same quality the better looking animal will win The Andersons seem to know the secret of good grooming and good quality for they have many awards to their credit. Last year one of their bulls was grand cham- pion at the Southern Alberta Show and Sale and two years ago one of their heifers was reserve champion at the Rocky Mountain Show. One of the hardest things when getting an animal ready for a show is clipping This is like giving a haircut so it wjll have a neat appearance. Miss Anderson says a poor clipping can make an animal look bad She practices on cat- tle at home and watches other good clippers to improve. The Andersons live on a ranch at about 50 miles south of Lethbridge. They have about 125 head of cattle which are used solely for breeding. Growing up with cattle it s no wonder Miss Anderson took a shine to them. Although she's only 125 she doesn't have trouble leading a bull around the show ring. This is because the Anderson animals are properly halter-trained going to a show The secret when you're in the ring showing an animal is to make it look and stand as natural as Miss Anderson says. Knowing what the judge looks for in an animal also helps. you know the kind of cat- tle he has you know what to pick for she says' mostly you pick the cattle you Announces their T INDIAN STUDENTS BOARD IN CITY in COLLEGE MALL We invite you to come in and see the incredible YAMAHA EX-42 ORGAN The YAMAHA Representative Mr. Dave Will be in our Store this Friday and November 16M and 17th to demonstrate this beautiful organ. By JOE PLUME Indian students come to city schools in hope of getting a better education This will Male student contests beauty spot Alta. Jay a 17-year-old student in Grade wants to become Central High School's first male Fulks is vague on his chest measurements but lists his waist as 30 weight 135 and height five-foot-nine. He feels he has a good chance against the five female candidates in the elec- tentatively set for December. An avid sport- he competed in provin- cial hockey playoffs last season and was a school representative on a tour of Ot- tawa and Montreal last summer. He says he's not running to strike a blow in any anti-sexist campaign. seemed like a good idea. Our president wanted a boy to Reactions to his campaign have been moderate. But Fulks says he intends to no matter what. attempt to disqualify me of be clearly discrimination against my Convention planned by Wardens The Junior Forest Wardens are holding a national conven- tion in Edmonton this weekend. The Lethbridge Fish and Game Junior Forest Wardens will be represented by Fred Ken Ruth Kalau and Ken Wilson. help them to get better jobs when the time comes.. Some students board in Lethbridge while some travel 35 miles on a bus. Students on the bus have to get up very early and don't get home until late. They have chores to do and have little time for their homework. Those who board in the city are close to school but often get lonely. Two of the Indian students at Hamilton moved in from Glenwood because their mother is attending the university Ten of the 12 students attending school here are from the Blood one is from Brockett and the other is from Hobbema Some would like to take part in sports at Hamilton but are too shy and feel they can't play as well as the others LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. scheduled SHASKIN Wilson Junior High's volleyball is going full force and basketball will soon be starting. Teams consist of the grade levels with separate girls' and boys' teams. They are really practicing up for their school's tournament Satur- day. Teams competing Saturday will be from Gilbert Allan Watson and Wilson. Through the years each school has put up a good fight and it is hoped they continue. The Grade 9 volleyball team will be travelling to 26 miles outside Medicine November to attend another tournament. Members of the team representing Wilson are Cindy Sherry Darcie Lana Darlene Laura Lorraine Mary Kim Gilchrest and Noreen Sanford. Campus Corner By MARILLEE BOND Kate Coaldale In the the Kate Andrews halls were filled with both old and new students bouncing talking and getting acquainted. Suddenly the most terrifying sound ever to affect a poor student's ear was heard Ring1 The happy students turned everything into a turmoil Everybody was trying to get to their classes or get their schedules worked out before they were late. Fortunately that is all in the past now Exams have been reports sent dances held and football games but there is still plenty of action going on. Pep clubs have been strenuous tryouts held for basketball teams and cheerleaders and a fantastic school has started. The only evident problem seems to be locker space. At regular intervals during each sounds of rebellion can be heard coming from the lockers. The strange groaning noises coming from the students -trying to cram unwanted yet necessary text an assortment of heavy winter pairs of gym suits and extra shoes into one locker. It has not yet been discovered whether the groans are coming from the students or the FOR BOYS ONLY Take great care when opening a girl's locker for her Step cautiously to one gently placing your hand on the handle and open ducking your head simultaneously. If you don't heed -this you may be showered with an unpleasant assortment of old lunches or other articles. FOR GIRLS ONLY if you want to keep your keep your locker clean. Even if you don't have a guy. think of the static your lockermate can give you just because your side of the locker caused her to lose her boyfriend. So remember this lone clean locker one un- bruised boyfriend-I- his happy girlfriend. Goodluck on your semester exams. HEARING AID USERS BATTERIES For M RMkMMid of wffft w plwM in j LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Helping the hard of hearing since 1943 Paramount Theatre BMg. Phono 32I-404M 718 4th Avenue 327-2272 ;