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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta YOUR HOROSCOPE Saturday, S.pl.mb.r T97J THE IETHMID0! HWA10 By JEAN6 D1XON SUNDAY, SEPT. 10 Your birthday today: Ush- ers in an era of healthy per- sonal development. What you hang onto now becomes to- morrow's burden. Relation- ships change gently, become more spiritual or less intense. Today's natives have lively Imaginations, can spin a tall tale on any subject. ARIES (March 21-April The quiet ol Sunday provides a vacuum in which your bright idea seems like a potential rainbow perhaps it really is. TAURUS (April 20-May Share what you have with those you love; make it a social Sunday free from efforts at bus- iness or concern over theories. GEMINI (May 21-Jnhc Make the rounds of your com- munity, catch up on all the lat- est developments. Then gather oil for a social gathering. CANCER (Juno 2I-July Small changes turn out to be significant. You should be In your element of promoting good home life, domestic tranquilky LEO (July 23 Aug. Ex periments bring Interesting re- sults, particularly where chll dren are involved. Outdoor do- ings have a special appeal tc all. Today in history By THE CANADIAN PRESS Sept. 9, 1972 Capt. Alfred Dreyfus of. the French army was con- victed by a court-martial for the second time 73 years ago today in 1893 and condemned to 10 years on Devil's Island, where he had .been imprisoned since 1895. B'indiog of "guilty with ex- tenuating circumstances" of treason caused public a m a z e m e h t, since the forger responsible for the first conviction had already been detected and had com- mitted suicide. The French government pardoned Drey- fus at once but not until 1906 did an appeals court quash the first conviction. Dreyfus served in the First World War and was made an offi- cer of the Legion of Honor. Turkish army entered Smyrna after beat- ing the Greeks. police went on strike, bringing Massa- chusetts Governor Calvin Coolidge to national promin- ence two days later. German dirigi- ble Zeppelin L-l was lost over Helgoland with 15 dead. Benjamin 'Robinson signed a treaty with the Ojibways regarding rights between Penetan- guishene and Sault Ste. Marie. 1111 a m the Con- querer died. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. wre's excitement, news of a personal nature, something to elebrate. Gather friends and lare the joy of being alive. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. In he midst of the holiday feeling f this Sunday there's a chance pen to attend a long neglect- d practical need. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 Nov. 's time you look a good look at what you think your problems re. Realize some are created or made worse by your atti- udes. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. Propose simple quiet shar- ng of favorite pastimes and Measures once you've done your ihare of community formali- ties. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. Listening well now can bring you insight that awakes strong motivation to do better, live a simpler, more effective life. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Think about your public .image, make changes where indicated. Fresh contacts include unfamil- iar but Intriguing challenges. PISCES (Fell. I9-March Go to church, then make a full social adventure of this pleas- ant-enough Sunday. No plan is going to be complete, add as you go. 1072 By The Chicago Tribune SCORPIO (Del. 23 Nov. Bring a routine, matter-of-fact approach to a business-as- usual program. It won't work out, but it's betler than no plans. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. No convinring on private deals; if you want something strongly, make an open and honest bid for it. Allow for sen- sitivity. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. Stick to a tried-and-trus methods, go ahead despite commenls from competitors and rivals. You have something to defend. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 Feb. Sae the backlog of work and diverse complications that must be resolved before the changes you plan can be put into effect. PISCES (Feb. 19 March The more tliey care, the more difficult the relation at the mo- ment. Your gentle tact eventu- ally turns the situation around. 1872 By The Chicago Tribune FIRST 6AME OF THE SEASON, ANP WHAT HAPPENS? TUMBlEWEEOS-By Tom K. Ryan Shark teeth Andy sends a complete 20- volume set of the Merit Stu- Encyclopedia to Vance Bohachek, age 13, of At- lanta, Georgia, for his ques- Do sharks shed their teeth? Vance has found several shark teeth washed up on the beach. He wonders whether they are fossils or teeth shed by living sharks. It is just pos- sible that they may be the fos-' MONDAY, SEPT. 11 Your birthday today: What- ever your level thus far achieved, this coming year requires refinement of skills. Problems coming on now dif- fer from anything ever before experienced, stimulate appro- priate answers. Bring rela- tionships along If the others are willing to grow. Today's natives tend to be practical, candid. ARIES (March 21-April Where the going becomes im- portant you may find yourself carrying most of the burden. Focus your energy on the im- mediate problem. TAURUS (April 20-May divert yourself from concerns >y deliberate concentration on mproving some skill. Try and skip work for a while. GEMINI (May 21-June You go it alone, like it or not, or suffer from those around you mixing things up. Some people [ail to remember their prom- ises. CANCER (June 21-JuIy Most of the criticism offered is projection of the critic's own shortcomings. Please yourself first, then others where it's pos- sible. LEO (July 23-Aug. Re- turn favors, but lend nothing today. Select some serious rou- tine that is behind schedule, bring it up to date. VIHGO (Aug. 23-Sept. Let fcci SLOTS ride for a you are impatient, failing to see the importance of factors just beginning to work. LIDRA (Sept. 23 Oct. Coping with the unplanned is today's main challenge. Institu- tions, customs and tradition limit the range of what you can do. WDULP YOU CARETOHOLP? THE SM IS PUSY. BlONDIE-By Chic Young GOREN ON BRIDGE silized remains of. sharks. But it is far more like- ly that they were shed by healthy sharks in the prime of life. Chances are they were tossed around in the sea a long time before they were finally washed up on the beach. V t Ashark may shed a few teeth aboXit every time he grabs him- self a bite of food. This does not bother him at all. He has so many dagger sharp teeth he can spare a whole row. What's more, new teeth are ready and walling to move for- ward anci replace the lost ones; he continues to grow new sets of teeth throughout his life. The remarkable dentures of the shark may reveal how other animals developed their teeth. Millions of years ago, he was the only creature with teeth of any sort. Apparently he rather overdid the excellent idea, for the original shark had primitive teetii all over his body. The modern shark still has leftovers from these an- cestral fcntures embedded in his skin. The teeth in his mouth arc razor sharp triangles, loosely attached to his jaws, He may have two, three or four rows of uppers and lowers. He feeds, of course, by grabbing a bite and gulping it whole. If he is a fairly big shark, he can bile off an arm or a leg with no trouble at all. However, he Is more than likely to lose a few of his teeth. He may gulp all or some of them down with his bite ol fcod. BuL some may fall in the sea, and eventually a few may be found washed up on some faraway beach. The heavy duty teeth, are those near the front of the ter- rible jaws. They are the oldest and the ones most likely to be shed. The teeth toward, the back of his mouth, are budding youngsters. They move for ward to replace the ones that are lost. So far as we know there is no limit as to how many new sets of teetii he can grow. Certainly he never runs short of teeth. Shark skin is tliick and leathery, and when you stroke it you can fesl hard little bumps under the surface. You might mistake them for scales but they are remnants of those teeth that covered the entire bodies of his ancestors. They are called denticles or placoid scales. These 62nticles are hard little triar.glcs covered wJjli genuine tooth enamel. They are separated from each other and arranged in diagonal rows. The rows criss cross and cover the shark's entire body in a diamond pattern. Em- bedded in the skin, they are connected to tiny nerves and nourished by miniature blood vessels. However; unlike the more advanced teeth in the THE ONLY TWO SHOWED UP OUR CLUB HAD AN ELECTION OF OFFICERS TODAY AND GUESS WHAT BEETLE BAILEY-By Mori Walker BY CHARLES H. GOREN c tin BY TM ChluM TrIMM WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ Q. 1 vulnerable end as South, dealer, you hold: What is your opening bid? Q. Soulii, vulnerable, you hold: 4AKQJ3VA10 The bidding has proceeded: EoQlh Went North 2 A 2 NT Pass 3 O Put 1 Fin 1 What flo you bid now? Q. South, vulnerable, you hold: WAK102 The bidding has proceeded: East South West North Fasj I Pass 1 A Pan T What do you bid now? Q. vulnerable, is South you hold: AAKJ54I OK3