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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 19, THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Hen pheasant hunting! Sacrilege or sensible? Driving, marijuana don't mix, study shows VANCOUVER (CP) Driving while under the in- fluence of marijuana should be avoided as much as driving under the influence of alcohol, a University of British Colum- bia study has shown. Dr. Harry Klonoff, head of the division of psycholpgy in UBC's .department of psy- chiatry, Friday released the conclusions of the two-year, study on the effects of marijuana on driving ability. The study found driving ability was decreased by marijuana and heart beat was increased, although the effects varied depending on the dose and the driver's abili- ty to compensate, said Dr. Klonoff. Participating in the driving portion of the study were 43 men and 21 women. The volunteers drove around the UBC campus and in downtown Vancouver after smoking marijuana. Dual control cars were used while driving on city streets By DENNIS McDONALD Alberta Fish and Wildlife 12th of a series For almost four decades, hen pheasant hunting was con- sidered taboo in'Alberta! Hunters and landowners alike regarded the shooting of hen pheasants as an "affront to motherhood." Yet, strange- ly enough, they failed to ex- press similar concern about shooting the females of other game bird species such as sharp-tailed grouse and Hungarian partridge. Their concern seemed to be founded more upon their ability to dis- tinguish