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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHtmoai HMALD t He's q trouper Student Michael doubles as actor KATOE more so than In any of the others. I guess I start to shiver before it because I Here's one young JJJJJJ'n tsVeally Important to After opening night I learned to overcome my ner- voHsaess but this scene really lining the past m MlAael is piny Ing the role of Young Patrick In the musical production TteUrt performance Mil be Mk..niH formers instead of the crowd. I difficulty in memorizing because a lot of attending school have UneTTere very similar but this scene really gets me says Michael. only way I could over- come shivering was to memorize my lines and and but be doett't seem tortndat all. last peraon Tnere'i no other way I would rather be spending my explained Michael. His Mr. and Mrs. can carry on with them some other Appearances in school in the Kiwanis Music and as one of the in the Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute's production of Carousel have helped prepare Michael for his appearance in Mame. mother thought it would be a good idea for me to audition for the part of 10- year-old Patrick. I'm really glad I did because I really en- joy says Michael. Although Michael really en- joys he could never plan acting as a career. actor's job is too short and unreliable. It's not work to class tor me fun My Michael Grade 9 student at Catholic I Central hopes to be a lawyer some day. Al- His favorite scene in Mame though he enjoys his role in he places great My Girl. mlV I value on his school work. and wtrick on important in this Jjjgp. The Herald- Youth College student visits Paterson the hours he would have to put in. This enables him to get time off from school once in a while to rest. have Sundays and Mon- days off but sometimes I am too tired to sleep. That's about all I try to do on my free says Michael. Michael studies piano music and has enjoyed taking drama classes at school. other kids at school treat me as an equal now but at first I got a lot of static. Some called me star and I just hated but sometimes I even got a he says. favorite subjects are language and industrial arts. I also enjoy ping-pong and Michael says. may be interested in try- Relnxinff tiftff ing out for other theatre neiaxmg Ofier me productions but first I have to After his role as Young Patrick is see my Christmas report Melling just lays back in his chair to catch his rn nTveV ha says Michael. j full-time student plus full-time to be a yet enjoyable job. breath J gets By MAUREEN McCALL Something very special happened at Gilbert Paterson recently. Former Lethbridge Community College Gordon who helped during the past year to get the outdoor education program made a return visit Tournament commences tomorrow The seventh annual LCI Boy's invitational basketball tournament will be held tomorrow and beginning at 4 p.m. Action begins at a.m. with the final cham- pionship ganie scheduled for 9 p.m. Eight teams are expected to participate in 11 games. Taking place along with the games will be foul shooting and cheerleading com- petitions. to the students. He was a welcome addition to this activity and taught the students many including demonstrating the correct procedure if a person falls through ice on a lake. Although Mr. Hennigar is now living in he came to Paterson to present Jack coordinator of outdoor with a donation for the program. There is much to look forward to with the advent of the Christmas season. One ex- citing happening will be the Grade 9 natural science field trip to Edmonton Dec. 7 and 8. The class will be visiting the famous Al Oeming's Game the provincial archives and the legislative buildings. To raise money for this worthwhile the Grade 9 group has had a successful bottle drive and candy sale. Another money making project will be the construc- tion and sale of Christmas centre pieces. The Christmas dance is scheduled for Dec. 14 although a band has not yet been selected. The decorating com- mittee promises lots of mis- tletoe at the dance so a capacity crowd is expected. LCI team members reach for the top OVER 14 BRAND NEW AND DEMONSTRATOR MODELS PRICED TO By ELAINE KING-BROWN Students from the Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute won the flight cham- pionship for Reach For The Top and will be com- peting for the southern Alberta championship in April. For the first time in the six year history of the TV LCI won the second eliminating teams from Fort Pincher Creek and Taber. There are four flights in Southern each'con- sisting of six to eight teams. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. These teams compete to determine a flight champion and then the four flight cham- pions play to reach the Southern Alberta represen- tative. A provincial competi- tion is then played and even- tually the national. LCI's team members are Dave Robin Cheryl Elaine King- Brown and Ryan Hayward. Large sum donated to Stock No. S12 1973 Ford Custom 500 4 Dr. Sedan Med. blue in p.s.. presently a daily rental unit. As Low As Stock No. M6 1973 Ford Giluii 500 2 Dr. Hardtop 351 red and white in with continental kit. As Ira As Ml 95 Stock No. 973 1973 Masting 2 Dr. Hardtop 250 6 copper in color. As Low As Stock No. 640 1973 Gran Torino Brougham 2 Dr. Hardtop With factory air conditio- white and blue glow in vinyl radio. ST.M837 Stock No. 614 1973 Fort Cutom 500 4 Dr. Sedan White and copper in and many other options. AsLM At Stock No. 4M 1973 Ford Custom 500 2 Door Hardtop radio. Stock No. 1973 Torino 2 Dr. Hardtop Red in floor mats As Low As Stock No. S79 1973 Ford Custom 500 Ranch Wagon White and copper in luggage rack. Campus Corner golf m__ ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT TO SAVE HUNDREDS DURING DUNLOPS... By CECILY KENWOOD Catholic Central This semester is rapidly drawing to a close. Not including the week set aside for there is only 11 days of classes which really isn't much time to settle down if you haven't already done so. Football season shut down in both the high school and the junior nigh league nearly a month ago. In 'the high school the L.C.I. Rams walked away with a decided victory Not even our fearless Cougars could halt them. The same thing happened to the Junior High 'Bombers' who made it to the finals with a one-loss record. They blew though. Basketball practices commenced even before the football fires had cooled. For all the school teams involved in basketball this the prospects look good. In the Magrath tournament held the Stirling team tramped our 'A' the Cougars. The team in turn crushed Taber's W. R. Meyers' but were again defeated by the L.C.I. Rams. Last the Cougars travelled to Grand for another tournament. in the Round-Robin the Cougars snuffed the Grand Fork and Trail but in the end the Penticton team won by a narrow margin. This the Cougars play in the tournament. Nominations for Miss C.C.H.S. are now open and available to any Grade 12 girl interested. The contestants are judged on school spirit and and appearance. Last year's yearbooks should be arriving any luck they even be .here for year's year- bttt ii MfrU rtwivM before lait yew's. A Grad CMMlittee'nm veen estaMishMTor another'year.' Money raising schemes are in the process of being mashed over. For some my plan of having a dinner was rejected. A dance is planned for Dec. 14. At least the gym is booked for that date for a dance and everyone is hoping we'll get a band. right now it could go either way. Junior High is having a Christmas dance on Dec. 15. Moses will be playing. Believe it or the junior high student's coun- A Happy New Year. The Lethbridge Collegiate Institute has made the largest donation towards the 15-20 Golf Club says Reg president of the Youth Recreation Association. Mr. Turner was presented with this week at LCI by Ken Sauer. LCI president of the 15-20 Golf Graydon said the money was donated as a past commitment by the students' council two years ago. It was said they would donate per student and in return would receive about 70 memberships to the club. No action toward the project was taken until this year. The enrolment at LCI is about The operation of the youth- orientated golf north of the TV should get un- derway in the spring. CNN ml CMMTII If tfcMitj ibMt tayiRf i nw or utwtr car MM to art sn whit wt NWI to oflor. uw 1974's lift ovor 1973's IN i ffitl soloctlN if Nility md IN it soll-Nt pricN. MI my To Talent show scheduled for December 19 By GEOTF 001 and BRAD GURSKI For the fifth year in a the outdoor education depart- ment will bold a talent show Dec. 19 at p.m. Kim head of the talent show this said this year's show should be better than any tt. Admlttkm will be f t W fcr aad Mf for Brand New 1974 Specials Over 14-1973 Demos lasa LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. In show will be an out- standing array of acts ranging from a magician s show to a fashion show. One of the feature acts will be a magic performance by the Magician from the Tarm Dorg Mart Magician Show. Another highlight will be a skit put on by some of Hamilton's talented staff. During the intermission and after the show a bake sate will be held. All proceeds of the show and sale will go to the Hamilton outdoor education program. 1974 PINTO fDr Station Wagon 2000 c.c. 4 and many other Saddle Bronze in color. PHh laW 1974 PINTO 2 Door Sedan 2000 c.c. 4 block in color. AS LOW AS '2947 i 970 OLDS CUTLASS Dr. Hardtop p.s.. p.b. radio new paint '2350 Stock No. TOM 1973QALAXIISOO 4 Door Sedan Green with green vinyl 000 new radial '4295 Stack No. 1M9A 1972 PINTO 3 Door Runabout 2000 cc red. In color. Stock No. 12MA 71 Station Wagon radio Stock No. A 1973 LTD 2 Dr. Hardtop Gold and white in fully approximately miles. Stock No. 1971 POND P1OO Pick-up brown in color. '2395 Wide Open Dally I a.m. to p.m. Sat I a.m. to S p.m. DUNLOP FORD PfciM 328-8861 ;