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He said an essay can be completed in a few day s Zimmer said he has not decided how much th e He said his office, at 2605 Alma, opened las t but he hopes students will give researchers more firm would pay a researcher to do the work . week but he has no writers or researchers yet . time . "We hope to be able to provide other service s "The essays will be done by professionals and I "To find a catalogued essay would only take u s such as resumes, a type of Xeroxing service that wil l have a line on about 25 Vancouver writers," sai d a week," he said. compete with any similar service offered and speech Zimmer. Copy work from catalogued research and essays writing . " Term Papers Unlimited has offices across the U.S . and has recently opened one in Toronto but Zimmer said he pays no royalty on his business to the head office in Boston. He said his company will provide two types o f services. "The first is simply copying essays and research that has been catalogued in Toronto or Boston, " said the University of Saskatchewan graduate . ` . LIII, No . 53 VANCOUVER, B.C ., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1972 Vol ' 48 228-2301f The second kind, said Zimmer, is research in a —andy garner photo PRO-RAPID TRANSIT protesters march toward B .C . legislature Monday i n of 100 opponents of third Burrard Inlet crossing lobbied with cabinet minister s Victoria to present 21,631-signature petition to premier W. A . C . Bennett . Some and MLAs . Nine UBC students were among the group . AMS to treat bank manager s By LESLEY KRUEGER would be fourteen in all . "The guest list to these luncheons would be dictate d Student money will be used to take wealth y An average catered luncheon at the faculty club cost s not only by Alma Mater Society priorities but also by th e Vancouver businessmen out to lunch, according to a $2.50 per person without drinks plus a cover charge equal university programs, particularly in the area of proposal by Alma Mater Society treasurer Dave Dick . to eight per cent of the bill . fund-raising. Despite his recent claim that the AMS budget is going That adds up . to about $45 and we'll add a "For instance, the university is at present attempting into the red this year, Dick made the luncheon proposa l conservative $15 for drinks — which would take int o to raise money for a new complex of agriculture buildings . Tuesday in a memo to AMS general manager Bria n account non-drinkers or a smaller luncheon party if no t "Since two members of the new executive are fro m Robinson and members of the Students' Coalitio n all the executive was there . the agriculture department, it would seem to me executive . Total : $60 per week, or $240 per month . advantageous to arrange some sort of gathering with "I would suggest thought be given immediately to the But where is the money coming from ? people connected with the agriculture industry," Dick possibility of instituting luncheons (probably o n Dick said last Thursday any expenses approved by th e wrote. Thursdays) for various community and business leaders, " AMS from now on will take it further into deficit . This is in line with the Students' Coalition policy o f Dick ' s memo said. Presumably he meant unbudgeted expenses but whe n re-opening communication with the community at large , "With respect to our own priorities, at the presen t asked where in the budget funds have been allocated fo r the memo read. time it would probably be a good idea to invite various this purpose he said : Dick also proposed reinstituting Friday afternoo n directors of the banks that we are talking to. For instance , "No comment . " sessions' with persons from the physical plant, foo d the bank of Montreal has six directors resident i n Other parts of the budget have been open to scrutin y services and other administration posts "for an occasiona l Vancouver," the memo continued . — and controversy — in the past year . drink" . Investigation by The Ubyssey showed each of the The intramural sports budget was trimmed from th e "I support this idea strongly and feel the minimal proposed luncheons would cost students about $60 . $7,000 requested to $5,000, the clubs asked for $8,00 0 costs involved can be more than offset by eventua l Suppose all seven AMS executives got together wit h and got $5,000 and The Ubyssey's budget was cut fro m advantages which the society can gain from thes e these six bank directors in the social suite at the facult y the $40,000 asked to $36,500. sessions, " the memo said. club . Club rules stipulate parties of this sort must b e But the Students' Coalition executive is taking th e Advantages for the society or the executive ? sponsored and attended by a faculty member, so there directors of the Bank of Montreal to luncheon . "No comment," said Dick . Page 2 THE UBYSSEY Thursday, February 24, 197 2 Fencing puts UEL en gard e STUDY AND EXAM PROBLEMS ? By MIKE SASGE S lobbyists as they have charged, " A Special Course Land clearing for th e said Murdoch . construction of a new fenc e Gladys Scarfe, of 4293 Colleg e Effective Study around the Universit y Highroad, said she and her 4 Saturdays, March 4-25, 10-12 a .m . Endowment Lands golf course ha s husband, dean Neville Scarfe , Vancouver Public Library , been stopped. opposed the fence project becaus e 750 Burrard . Fee : $10 .0 0 UDL manager Robert Murdoch they are used to the open space . said he ordered the work stopped "The main point is that th e Study methods, efficient reading, writing skills, reviewing an d after he had received complaint s street's residents believe the fence exam writing — make productive use of your time . ' from residents living on Colleg e is going against the trend o f Highroad, north of the gol f improving people's immediat e course . For registration phone 228-2181, Daytime Program , living areas," she said Wednesday . Centre for Continuing Education or register in perso n "We have experienced a She said students on their way . or by cheque. certain amount of vandalism thi s to University Hill secondary year such as the removal o f school will no longer be able t o equipment and the destruction o f cut across the golf course and greens by motorcycles, cars an d golfers have told her they may no t horses," Murdoch sai d be able to retrieve their golf ball s Wednesday. because of the fence. "For a golfer, talking about th e a Cinema West damage to greens is like talkin g "It all seems so pointless," sh e presentatio n about the damage to his dinin g said. FRIDAY 25th table, " said Murdoch . She said 80 persons vote d & SATURDA Y He said provincial lands an d unanimously against the planne d 7 :0 0 forest minister Ray Williston, who fence at a Feb . 8 meeting with and is responsible for the endowmen t Murdoch at Unversity Hill . 9 :30 lands, will rule on the validity o f Education dean Scarfe, wh o 75c the complaints . acted as the residents' spokesma n Should Williston rule in favo r at the protest meeting, said he i s of the plastic link-wire fence, i t also opposed to the fence becaus e will be constructed on both side s GOLF COURSE FENC E neither residents nor golfers ha d of University Boulevard an d . . . ball retrieval threatene d been consulted . places where natural barriers, such of green fees, not by funds fro m Scarfe and other members o f as ditches, are non-existent, sai d university ratepayers. the endowment lands ratepayer s Murdoch . "The cost of the contract wa s association will be meeting Marc h He stressed that the $24,000 the reason for the haste in getting 1 with a representative o f private contract is being paid ou t the job done, not the anti-fenc e Williston's department . 'Drunk'' organizer disrupts meetin g The mos t "Nothing happened" Friday a t lounge beer garden. After abou t did not attend the meeting. electrifyin g the Non-Faculty Teachers Unio n five minutes he just drifted off, " "I have sympathy with the ritual ever meeting, Heather Wagg, a Frenc h said Wagg. people in the French departmen t department teaching assistant , "I stood up to speak an d seen! but I think a strike may be said Wednesday .. someone turned up the music to undesirable and is definitely not The meeting was called by shut me out," said Anderson . realizable," Madoff sai d graduate student Steve Anderso n to discuss possible strike action b y TAs in the French department . NFTU president Mark Madoff Wednesday. A MA N About 10 French departmen t graduate students attended . Where's your HAIR at? CALLE D "Some of the people wh o attended do believe there ar e certain injustices in the Frenc h CAMPUS STYLIN G AN D HORS E department and would probabl y have supported a strike action if i t BARBER SHO P had been logically presented . "But Anderson came in drun k and began ranting and raving a t Can Get it Togethe r RICHARD HARRIS H EBB THEATR E anyone in the graduate student 224-4636 — 9 a .m .-5 :30 Mon .-Fri . SUB Lower Floor — db 4560 west 10th . • sal e TO CELEBRATE OU R FIFTEENTH YEAR . • • ATTENTION All Student s Applications are now bein g received for chairman an d XV 919 ROBSON ST. 20/ o f f members of th e following committees : Academic Activities Committee Canadian University Services Oversea s ALL BOOKS I N Community Visitation Committee Frosh Orientation Committee 670 SEYMOUR ST. STOCK ALL FOU R Homecoming Committee db STORES • • PLU S *lots of bargains Intramurals Committee Speakers Committe e Special Events Committe e World University Services Committe e XV 1032west HASTINGSFEB.24 •25•2 6 duthie BOOKS lt d Deadline for applications is 12 :30 p .m . Wednesday , March 8th . For eligibility forms and/or information, come to the AM S Secretary's Office, SUB 248 . TAKE AN INTEREST ! - - - - - ----- ---- - Thursday, February 24, 1972 THE UBYSSEY Page 3 Rule by cronyism, part 3 The challeng e Editor, The Ubyssey : Whitehead . The members of the Promotion s department or in . this department's record i n I wish to respond to the colorful feature o n Committee are elected by the department . Th e advancing literary and linguistic values . If an y "cronyism" in the English Department (Feb . 18 ) members of the Tenure Committee are all professor s students -- even your reporters -- have complaint s with a few sober facts . and associate professors with tenure . about the quality of instruction in the Englis h These concern the distribution o f Your reporter names nine members of what h e department I would be more than grateful, a s administrative duties and responsibilities within th e conceives to be my "inner sanctum," persons to always, to hear from them, either in writing or in English department . If your reporter had bee n whom I have , supposedly given "most of th e person . Our profession is teaching and scholarship , interested in truth rather than allegation he coul d important positions on committees ." Of these nin e not politics, not power, and not characte r have elicited these facts from me or from an y supposed "cronies " only two appear on the factua l assassination . member of the Department at the cost of a phon e list of important positions presented above . One is a While t am embarrassed for my departmen t call and 30 seconds of his time . I undertake this tas k member of the Executive Committee . The other i s over the degrading spectacle staged by one or tw o for you myself because your method of reporting the chairman of English 100, which is in fact one o f irresponsible people, I am also embarrassed for th e makes it difficult for you to verify the assertion o f the most difficult and demanding administrativ e student body, whose newspaper is so eager to ope n your reporters and difficult for your readers to lear n assignments in the department. No sane perso n its pages to such malice and gossip . Rather tha n the truth . could regard that assignment as a reward fo r attempt to enrich the intellectual and cultura l May I say in passing that your readers deserv e toadying to the head . atmosphere of the university, The Ubyssey seem s to know who "Tom Stafford" is and why his name I hope that any future allegations abou t bent upon poisoning it . has never appeared on your masthead and does no t "cronyism" will be based explicitly upon th e I am saddened to observe that a group o f appear in the student directory . Pseudonymou s information provided above. university students holding responsible posts on a reporters conveying the self-serving opinions o f In the meantime I wish to try to correct th e widely distributed campus newspaper have learne d unnamed faculty members are hardly the substanc e impression that the members of the Englis h so little about one of the critical missions of a of responsible journalism. department are consuming themselves in a struggl e university . Truth must be respected before it can b e For the sake of your interested readers I offe r for power . Except for the anonymous informant o f known . That is why the university attempts t o this accurate enumeration of the chairmen an d your pseudonymous reporter, and perhaps two o r cultivate those habits of mind which enable us t o secretaries of the principal standing committees i n three others —a reasonably small percentage of a distinguish between opinion and fact, between luri d the English department : Graduate : D . Stephens, G . total of 107 members — the members of thi s allegation and solid argument, between biase d Creigh ; Honours : G . Durrant, L Nadel ; Majors : M . department are deeply devoted to the advancemen t self-indulgence and objective investigation . Beach ; Lower Division : D . Macaree ; English 303 : H . of literary and linguistic studies at UBC . If we do not practise these discriminations th e Santhoff ; English 200 : C . Miller ; English 100 : B . I am proud of the department ' s record i n university inay as well die, and truth will be burie d Grenberg ; Curriculum : J . Hulcoop, R. Nemser ; teaching and scholarship, and ['m embarrassed fo r in the babble of tongues. Appointments : R . Jordan ; Speakers : P . Wolfe . the very few whose personal obsessions surface s o The members of the Executive Committee ar e readily to defame our collective reputation . Robert M . Jorda n F . Bowers, J . de Bruyn, M . Goldberg, R. Ingram, J . It is notable that your reporter shows n o Head , Hart, G . Powell, W. Robbins, M . Steinberg, L. interest in the academic purposes of an English Department of Englis h The response English Department Committees, 1971-7 2 Professor Jordan complains that I do not use Executive Committee : my real name and that my sources are not given . R. Jordan (chair), F . Bowers, M . Goldberg, R . Ingram, G . Powell, J . deBruyn, J . Hart, W . This is disingenuous. No student or untenure d Robbins, M . Steinberg, L . Whitehead. This committee named by arts dean Doug Kenny . faculty member feels free of the possibility o f Promotions Committee : retribution. R . Jordan (chair) ; subcommittee A — all full profs ; subcommittee B — W . Hall, S . Heninger, P . I assume Jordan does not mean that my work i s Merivale, F . Bowers, G . Durrant, J . de Bruyn, D. Macaree, D . Stephens ; sub-committee C - P . less reliable because he cannot finger Tom Staffor d Merivale, S . Heninger, W . Hall, F . Bowers, J . DeBruyn, D . Stephens, H . Sonthoff, R . Seamon, R . in the university directories . I think he ought t o Hatch. know that these articles — the Stafford Papers — Teaching Evaluation Committee : were not thrown together overnight but are th e M . Manzaloui (chair), P. Merivale, W . New, V. Hopwood, D . Stephens . result of considerable research . Appointments Committee : I've spoken to many faculty and grad students , R . Jordan (chair), G . Akrigg, J . Lavin, G . Powell, A . Busza, W . New, M . Steinberg . pieced information together from a number o f Academic Functions Committee : sources and I'm convinced that the Stafford Paper s J . Stager (chair, appointed by Kenny from geography department), W . Hall, P . Stanwood, L . tell the truth about the present state of the Englis h Johnson (and originally G . Akrigg, who later dropped, appointed by Jordan), M . Beach, P . Pinkus, K. department . Stockholder (elected by dept .) . Let's examine some of Jordan's allegations . Graduate Committee : The main point of his letter — apart from th e D . Stephens (chair), M . Goldberg, S . Heninger, P . Merivale, G . Creigh, J . Hart plus two gra d fact that the English department is a land o f students . sweetness and light except for two or thre e Names of Jordan 's inner circle appear in bold fac e anonymous bastards — is that his committees ar e not ruled by himself and his cronies. I have two department as a whole department for approval . Yet a substantial proportion of tenure d comments to make on this. Jordan and the exec committee usually determin e members last year signed their names to a petitio n Would Jordan like to explain what happens t o the important issues and ultimately, it is Jorda n asking him to resign . In fact, almost 90 per cent o f some of the reports these committees make afte r himself, because the exec committee, as alread y the department have expressed views on scholarshi p they have duly deliberated? Every English gra d pointed out, is not likely to buck him . and the running of the department fundamentall y student knows what happened to the English 10 0 And who does Jordan consult befor e different from those of Jordan, knowing full wel l and 200 committee proposals this year . They were arriving at his decisions? A representative body o f this meant a repudiation of Jordan's principles . dismembered by Jordan and the exec committe e department members, regardless of their politics ? Would professor Jordan, the man of truth, care t o and it was only after a fight that the department go t No : He discusses problems with his cronies. deny these statements? wind of them, and even then Jordan tried to stage a No one doubts that English departmen t Jordan refers to the anonymous sources of th e vote rigged in favor of the exec committee . members are as conscientious as those of any othe r Stafford papers as self-seeking . This hardly deserve s These committees don't operate freely by bein g department . They are "deeply devoted to th e comment except that it raises the question o f directly responsible to the department, as they use d advancement of their studies and their teaching . " Jordan's own motives. to be before Jordan came . The important issues ar e This is precisely why Jordan's tactics should b e Why, in the face of overwhelming oppositio n dealt with by Jordan and the exec committee . exposed . Since he became head these sam e from the department, does he continue to remai n As for the membership of these committees . I dedicated scholars have used more of their time i n head ? think you will find that Jordan's cronies are heavil y politics than at any other period in the life of th e represented on almost every committee . Some o f department . ' Finally, if Jordan still doubts this assessment o f them are on two and three committees at a time, a If Jordan is concerned with telling the truth , his popularity, would he accept the challenge of a proportion completely out of line with their actua l will he deny the truth of that statement ? vote of confidence by his department members an d number . (See table for proof .) Jordan also implies that whateve r promise to resign if the vote goes against him ? Last year, before Kenny took a hand in Englis h dissatisfaction there is in the department come s A man such as Prof . Jordan, dedicated to trut h department affairs, the crony proportion was eve n from only two or three trouble makers. The rest ar e and the welfare of his department, should jump a t higher . But the point, of course, is that Jorda n loyal scholars and teachers who merely want to ge t this opportunity . seldom lets the committees report to the on with the job. Tom Stafford Page 4 THE UBYSSEY Thursday, February 24, 197 2 AMS sucks for buck s So what you pay for ain't even what you get . Student money should not be used to tak e bank directors to lunch, should not be used t o Hot on the heels of claims by AM S fact that the government and the administratio n further the career aims of AMS bureaucrats , executives that the student society is reall y will continue to shirk their responsibilities in thi s should not be used to raise funds for buildings, .strapped for funds comes the revelation of plan s regard as long as students keep paying, while a t should not be used in ways that seek to avoid to use student fees to take bank directors an d the same time will maintain their traditiona l responsibility for decentralizing the AMS an d assorted other worthies out to lunch . control over the buildings students paid for . putting it in good financial condition . Now, the Students' Coalition has always bee n quite open about the fact that its priority i s "opening up channels of communication with th e university administration and the community . " (For community read : the upper class. ) And it has become evident that the ol d blue-blazer, cocktail-party days of the AMS ar e staging a comback through the tireless efforts o f Students' Coalition members . But there are more serious questions involve d here, the most important of which is whether thi s money-courting AMS plan has been hit upon as a way to raise the funds that would have bee n forthcoming if the recent fee-increase referendu m had been approved . In other words, is the executive runnin g around trying to avoid its responsibility in th e matter of economizing by decentralizing the AM S operation ? We suspect this is the case . We suspect th e executive intends to continue wasting studen t funds by running an incredibly top-heavy , red-taped operation . And we suspect executive members hope to further their own caree r ambitions in the meantime by establishing al l those neat contacts with the downtown boys . And there's something else too . David Dick's luncheon memorandum say s something about using student money fo r luncheons in hopes of raising money for thing s such as the new agricultural complex now bein g planned . The AMS has always made much of the fac t that students have raised the money to build a number of buildings on this campus . But this short-sighted approach ignores the But Resnick is overly generous Letters those of us in Canadian students . In the presentation o f This isn't the first time this has Libera l in attributing any particular degree of courage to me and m y universities will be called upo n either to suffer for ou r happened AND I CAN'T STAN D IT ANY MORE ! his own views he provides a n insight and explanation to the One of my friends has sent m e other colleagues at the Universit y convictions or suppress them . M y A 50-cent movie is no bargai n finest poetry in literature . a copy of the controversy of Toronto who protested. Tell own suspicion, however unfair, i s when you have to contend wit h In contrast to the pedagogue s between professors Young an d me, what risks did we run? In m y that these would be th e this idiocy and I suggest that, i f in my other English courses, Resnick in the Feb . 4 issue of Th e years as a university teacher I have alternatives facing people with m y necessary, the price be increase d Henninger made the effort early Ubyssey . Because for many year s spoken out fairly often in suppor t views in the kind of orde r to 75 cents so that someone can on to personalize the class. There I was involved in all the argument s of unpopular opinions and i n professor Resnick wants to create . be hired to kick these bastard s are no formal titles of Mr. an d in your distinguished departmen t criticism of popular politicians. But until we have seen action, i t out . Miss ; there is, however, a of political science I have the urg e The only real nastiness that ha s would be better if dissidents such Renee Martin , first-name format that contribute s to intervene . resulted was two telephone call s as he and I didn't boast of our Grad Studies to a fluid exchange betwee n Like professor Resnick, I was to my home in Vancouver . Th e battle-wounds. student and teacher . dismayed that so relatively fe w first was from a retired judge who, To shift figures of speech, one Name withheld , Canadian university teachers opposed the proclamation of th e with some justification , of my professors used to speak o f " high-priced" ideals an d English Arts 3 questioned my professional War Measures Act in Octobe r credentials to pronounce on the "low-priced" ideals. By this h e I take issue with Tom Stafford • 1970 . My own action in doing s o Canadian constitution . The othe r wasn't distinguishing betwee n in his second article on th e English department (Ubyssey , Lies was based on adherence to th e came from an irate Scot wh o worthy and unworth y conservative principle of the rul e threatened to have me fired for a commitments but rather the cost s Feb . 22) . I am writing to ask if you hav e of law and my judgment tha t pretty vigorous criticism of exacted of those who maintaine d Stafford attacks professor Ti m really considered the implication s prime minister Trudeau and hi s premier Bennett's political habit s particular positions . The libera l Henninger on the basis of hi s of accepting and printin g colleagues had not made a that I had written during a university which Resnick so muc h University of Wisconsi n advertisements for Term Paper s sufficient case for the suspensio n provincial election campaign . despises allows both him and me background and his stature as one Unitd . and other professiona l of the traditional guarantees o f Some risks. to have low-price ideals. A of the "seedy Elizabethan essay-writing agencies. civil liberties . There may be a time when league" . He follows through wit h The entire force of you r recognition of this fact from the protected members of the left i s his inside-the-faculty slan t newspaper this year has bee n overdue . describing the objections withi n directed at exposing hypocris y TIlE UPYUEY FEBRUARY 24, 197 2 Published Tuesdays, 1 hursdays and Fridays throughout the university yea r Donald Smiley , Professor of political science , University of Toront o the department to Henninger' s appointment . But what is the thrust of thi s or any other expose on th e and fraud . On Feb . 18 Page Friday reveals authorize d textbook racism, and asks : "Whe n Will These Lies End?" On Feb . by the Alma Mater Society of the University of B .C . Editorial opinions are English department? Hopefull y 22, you editorialize on the "Co n those of the writer and not of the AMS or the university administration . Member, Canadian University Press . The Ubyssey publishes Page Friday, a Bastards Stafford's concern is for bette r teaching and not meaningles s Job" perpetrated in Victoria b y the UBC administration an d weekly commentary and review . The Ubyssey's editorial offices are located in room 241K of the Student Union Building . On Sunday night I trie d publication . So where does h e faculty association, and ask whe n desperately to watch and hear . mention Tim Henninger's teachin g these lies will end. And everythin g Editorial' departments, 228-2301, 228-2307 ; Page Friday, Sports , 228-2305 ; advertising, 228-3977 . what turned out to be a hideou s ability? Not once in his story doe s you have published about th e Editor : Leslie Plommer movie, The Wild Bunch, at SU B he bother with the matter o f tenure and promotion dispute s Leslie Plommered at the telephone but it didn't do any good because theatre . teaching . has tried to tear down veils of lie s Berton Woodwarded the lines long ago and when he secretly giggled abou t But along with dozens of othe r As a student in Tim the incident in his corner Mike Sasgessed him around the office whic h and secrecy . forced Lesley to Krueger at the typewriter which the aforementione d people I was bugged by about six Henninger's Shakespeare class I But Term Papers Unitd. i s culprit aided and abetted. Jan O'Briened everyone until Gord Gibsoned th e ensuing skirmish and Gary Gruenkied fashionably at David who swore he' d assholes clustered in the back ro w offer my opinion . Professo r commissioned to peddle lies . I Schmidt at us all- if we didn't quit the tomfoolery . So Kathy Carneyed ou t giving lessons in pubescent mal e Henninger is a highly provocativ e can't believe that The Ubyssey ha s of the office making room for the inscrutible Tom to Stafford at the des k when Kent thought it was time to Spencer the issue . Which forced Vaugh n mentality — snickering at any lov e instructor . Unlike many prof s reached the pitch of cynica l to Palmer the wastebaskets and Mike Gidorad when he found that Paul ha d scene, cheering the violence , whose classes are no more than a doublethink where it ca n Knoxed quietly into the office . Then Sandi Shreved everything when sh e noticed that Kini had MacDonalded the only available art. whistling, clucking, farting —yo u monologue, Tim Henninge r condemn fraud in high places an d I name it. expects discussion from his condone it in `low' . Unless you d o Thursday, February 24, 1972 THE UBYSSEY Page 5 Letters ri m believe that dishonesty is only ba d be true that they deserve specia l Aldridge has shown himself to CO-OPERATIVE INSURANCE SERVICES LTD . when it is practised by the bosses , recognition, but Sigma Tau Ch i be unworthy of representing UB C C .I .S . Insurance, a Leader in the field of Insurance innovations, has caree r I think you have a duty to refuse does not wish to honor an y students as president of the AMS ; opportunities in the marketing of the Insurance product (Estate Planning — advertising from people who sel l individual — just male individuals. in my opinion he should resign Annuities — Pensions — and all aspects of Life Insurance ; also advising their clients on General Insurance, i .e . Auto Home — and essays to other people who wil l Regardless of the doubtful valu e immediately and there should be a Business) . The sound philosophy of Cooperation offers a young man or try to pass them off as their own . of the honor which Sigma Tau Ch i new election. woman an excellent opportunity to assist in advising the public on their Graham Dowden , insurance necessities. thinks it is bestowing, I think it is John Perry , Lecturer , time to end such sexism Th e Science I Please write or phone MARKETING SECRETARY, D . STONEY, C .I .S . English dept . engineers on this campus have INSURANCE, No . 96 East Broadway, Vancouver, B .C ., 872-7454 . long been known for their sexis t Idiocy Honor views, but at least they do no t This is a note to protest th e I came to UBC for a liberal art s have the affrontery to cal l incredible idiocy and ineptitud e themselves an `Honorary Society ' education expecting it would be a while practising suc h on the part of the UBC traffi c You are invited to atten d place where knowledge is aquired department in its most recen t and the intellect developed. discrimination . manoeuvre . I am referring, o f I expected campus groups and activities to reflect these aims . Sandra Smaill , Arts 4 course, to the erection (?) of tw o new stop signs at the intersectio n TODAY'S SPECIA L Nasty `isms' such as racism and of Sixteenth Extension an d sexism would be foreign to thi s enlightened institution. Now I Resign Wesbrook Place . I believe tha t such a move, after students hav e Finance Committe e find that all undergrad societies , I respect professor Bluman' s become used to a two-way sto p clubs and organizations are bein g invited . to nominate members o f refusal to teach the engineer s because of their racist newslette r only, is unnecessary an d dangerous . Already, many people Meeting their group who have made a n of Feb . 9. Even more disgusting have missed the signs, and there outstanding contribution to th e than the racist "jokes" cited i n are regular line-ups (needless THE BUDGE T university to Sigma Tau Chi . Tuesday's Ubyssey, were Dou g line-ups, I might add) . If any individuals have made a n Aldridge's dishonorable attempt s Harvey Kirk , outstanding contribution it might to defend the newsletter . A moderate Bogie's crooked crow n for 1972-7 3 A special open meeting will be hel d Rumor has it that Bogdan Staff Qualifications Position Czaykowski's appointment as Jan Solecki M .A. in Economics Assoc . Prof. to discuss : permanent head of Slavonic Irina Reid M.A . in Linguistics Asst. Prof. Special Projects studies is imminent . Aram Ohanjanian M.A . in Asian Studies Instructo r Czaykowski, a sometime poe t Undergrad Societies Irina Rebrin B.A . (Fu-kn, near Peking) Instructo r and for the past year acting hea d Frank Beardow B.A . (Double Honors) in — Palmer Proposal of SS, has already enjoyed a swift Russian Lit. & Lang. Asst. Prof. Administratio n and spectacular rise from lecture r Vera Reck Ph.D. in Russian Lit. & Lang. Instructor to associate professor since joining the department . Now it appears strategy — it just looks difficult i n department a neat $9,500 and the print! The only two facult y clipping of the Professor may ease Council Chambers he is to be offered the crown . members with any academi c the strain for another $2,500 . Any man who has been able to weather the intermiten t qualifications for teaching Russian Economy, by Czaykowski' s 12 :30-2 :30 convulsions and blood-lettings i n have been axed . The other four , standards, comes dear. Slavonic studies and a year' s with no qualifications, remai n Perhaps we misread you r intact . genius, Bogie . How does thi s Next week will cover — Sport s probation under executive Clubs, Special Events and Publication s committee scrutiny — and stil l So much for Czaykowski' s motto grab you . . . comes up smelling roses — such a "standards" . LAST HIRED, FIRST FIRE D man has to be some hot property ! How about his "economy " ? QUALIFICATIONS Still, there are angry cries o f Well, out of a $70,000 staff NOT REQUIRED discontent coming from a portion budget for Russian courses, th e Signed , of the SS grad student .body and a lopped-off instructor will save th e The twenty-fourth student few deep-throated howls were a Cinema West heard in other corners of th e presentation Buchanan building afte r FRIDAY 25t h publication of the SS senior staff ALMA MATER SOCIET Y & SATURDA Y budget last Thursday . 7 :00 Let ' s take a closer look at an d Czaykowski, the administrator , and see how his performance stands up to a couple of simple O.F .Y. PROJECTS 9 :30 75c tests such as (1) raising standards , This summer, A .M .S . Opportunities for Youth projects and (2) saving money. could include : Certainly, Czaykowski's most noteworthy feat over the past , year has been his bold pruning o f — Endowment Lands stud y staff in the undergraduat e — Recreation centre in SUB for underprivilege d program. This year's calendar list s groups 41 undergraduate courses in S S —Student Credit Union stud y which can be summarized a s follows : —Voters' registration driv e —Cost-benefit study of Food Services Russian Literature and Language . 19course s We have suggested programs . The most Polish Literature and Language . . . 4 course s electrifying Serbo-Croatian Lit. and Lang. . . ritual ever 2 course s We need people ! seen! Area Studies (Slav History . Geography, Economics, etc .) . . . If you are interested in working on a program — 16 courses Russian literature and languag e is, clearly, the major emphasis i n Call—ADRIAN BELSHAW or TERI BAL L A MA N SUB 246 — 228-309 2 the undergraduate program. Ye t the above table shows the qualit y of staffing for these Russia n before Friday, March 3r d CALLE D courses . HORS E Under Czaykowski's bold an d imaginative administration, th e last two names on this list were OPPORTUNITIE S selected for surgery : Beardo w pared down from Asst . Prof. t o Instructor I ; Reck, amputated. FOR YOUT H RICHARD HARRIS H EBB THEATRE No doubt there is an easy explanation for this piece of Page 6 THE UBYSSEY Thursday, February 24, 197 2 'Tween classes TODA Y SPECIAL EVENT S Canadian singer and poet Brian Fin n ,will read and perform at noon i n SUB art gallery . BAHA'I CLU B NV C General meeting at noon in SU B 211 . FRIDA Y AMS EDUCATIONA L UBC BICYCLE CLU B Ride around Stanley Park — brin g lunch — all welcome. Meet at noo n at corner of Burrard and Cornwall . THUNDERBIRD SOCCE R Pacific Coast League Soccer gam e against North Shore league at 2 p .m. TENURE ? If you want to have your ideas presente d Meeting at noon in Buchanan 230 . COMMITTE E at Thunderbird Stadium, sout h All welcome. 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UBC CONSERVATIVE CLU B Schentay, new provincia l p r e s i d e n t of P r o g r e s s i v e PRE-DENTAL SOCIET Y Or . Lear discusses endodontics a t noon in SUB 215 . CLASSIFIE D Rates: Campus -- 3 lines, 1 day $1 .00; 3 days $2.50 discuss the Skagit Valley crisi s Conservative Student Federatio n PRESCRIPTION SERVIC E Commercial — 3 lines, 1 day $1 .25; additional tonight in Totem Park ballroom . will speak at noon in SUB 211 . KUNG FU CLU B PRE-MED SOCIET Y YOU CAN 'T BEAT lines 30c; 4 days price of 3 . Practice at 4 :30 P .m . in Plac e Vanier ballroom . Party at 8 p .m. in SUB party room. EXPERIMENTAL COLLEG E ALM A Classified ads are not accepted by telephone and are payabl e GAY PEOPLE'S ALLIANC E Meetinq with representatives of Ga y Discussion at noon in SUB 111 . ALLIANCE FRANCAIS E PHARMAC Y in advance. 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Other Cities 87 Thursday, February 24, 1972 THE UBYSSEY Page 7 SPOR TS 'Birds look to CIAU finals Saskatoon is known for it s when the UBC squad hosts thei r By MIKE GIDOR A and the importance of a tea m ridiculously cold winters, it s unlikely opponents in the thre e being `hot' or 'peaking for th e End of season make s hilariously hot summers and fo r being the home of Ubyssey sport s editor Gord Gibson . And whe n game WCIAA final series in Wa r Memorial Gym . Little is known about th e playoffs' it's no wonder that th e 'Birds are taking this upcoming series very seriously . those are a city's claims to fame Saskatchewan team other tha n To get as far as they have , puck contest boring it's no wonder people don't tak e it seriously . But, unlike most othe r they beat defending WCIA A champions University of Manitob a last weekend . , Saskatchewan must hav e improved over last year's team which was beaten twice by UB C The UBC Thunderbird hockey finished third in the Wester n Vancouver residents, the UB C The deciding game was won, and no doubt many of th e team closed out their regula r Intercollegiate Conference West. Thunderbird basketball team 72-71, by virtue of a last secon d Huskies still remember the 11 1-7 1 season Tuesday night with a 6- 4 Manitoba's record is currentl y doesn't break out in uproariou s basket by Paul Jacoby whic h drubbing they took from th e overtime win over the U of 7-12, with one game left . Just a laughter when you talk about th e gave 'the Huskies the game and 'Birds last year. Manitoba Bisons . few weeks ago, they were setting prairie city . the series, two games to one. It's games like that athlete s It was 4-4 at the end o f comfortably on top of the leagu e Because Saskatoon is the hom e Earlier games saw Manitob a tend to remember and use i n regulation time, and remained s o in the East, until they defaulte d of the University o f winning 85-72 and Saskatchewa n `psyching' themselves for the next until left-winger Laurie Yaworsk i two games to third place Brando n Saskatchewan, and the U of S is taking the second 79-76 . encounter. took Alex Dick's pass an d and one game to second plac e the home of the Huskies ; and th e The win over Manitoba i s But that probably won ' t be back-handed the winning goal pas t Winnipeg for using Ro n Huskies are standing between th e considered to be an upset, but necessary as a WCIA A the disgusted Manitoba goalie , Hildebrand, an ineligible player . 'Birds and a shot at the nationa l upsets are the difference betwee n championship should b e George Clay . Brian de Biasi o "We didn't know that he wa s collegiate basketball title . a good team and a championshi p inspiration enough, for eithe r rounded out the scoring with a playing for another team (i n And whether or not the 'Bird s team, especially when the upset s team. flip shot into the open net, for another league)," a smilin g get a shot at that national crow n come at this point in the schedule . If the 'Birds do win the his fourth goal of the night. Manitoba coach, And y will be decided this weekend Taking that into consideration weekend series they will host th e Bakogeorge, told The Ubyssey . National Championships in Wa r Bob McAneeley scored th e McAneeley left half-way Memorial Gym March 3, 4, 5 . 'Birds' second goal . through the third period for the The 'Birds' final season record world student hockey tournamen t is 14 wins and six losses . They in Lake Placid, New York . Pool need stresse d I am a transfer student from the University of Saskatchewan . That championship will involve the winners of the four Canadia n conferences and some of th e biggest names in Canadian College The reason for my coming to UBC was to take advantage of th e basketball. Highlight s swimming team ' s opportunities not offered in Saskatoon. Although I realized there were no indoor training facilities on this campus, I wa s prepared to spend the time and costs of travelling to and from swi m Again, if the 'Birds get pas t Saskatchewan, it will be their sixth WCIAA crown out of a practices, twice daily, at UBC's rented training pool . Football Friday's games meeting at 4 p .m. and the winners at 6 p .m. I n other games on th e With the U. of S. having two swimming pools on campus, I ca n not help but realize the disadvantages to students and staff of thi s possible seven since 1962-63 . They lost to Manitoba in las t year's final and played thre e All students interested i n weekend, the women's JV team university . As . the swim team represents our university, so does each seasons of non-conferenc e playing football for the varsity o r hosts the Tacoma junior women ' s school ' s facilities, available to the education of its students . With th e junior varsity teams next seaso n basketball since 62-63 accounting team starting at 2 p.m. Saturday insufficient amount of swimming instruction each phys-ed student a t for the four years they didn't wi n are asked to report to the meetin g and 12 :30 p.m. Sunday . UBC receives with the outdoor pool, the Faculty of Physica l in room 32 of the War Memorial , the title. Education, and therefore the University, is failing in an important par t Friday and Saturday nigh t Gym at noon on Friday . Ne w players are particularly encouraged to appear . The 'Bird s Gymnastics of the education of its students. Each UBC student and staff member, regardless of faculty, i s games start at 8 p .m. an d Sunday's game, if necessary, wil l Last weekend was a big one a s also being deprived of the opportunities offered by an indoo r start at 2 :30 p.m. need your help. far as winning WCIAA titles i s swimming pool on campus. It has long been recognized that swimmin g And judging by the cries o f concerned. The latest group to is the best sport in terms of physical exercise, social development, an d anguish coming out of Wa r Judo - check in with their championship is the men's gymnastics team. recreation for an individual . Scheduling of a year-round facility could provide our campus with up to sixteen hours daily, of instruction an d Memorial Gym last weekend it' s going to cost UBC students a buck Judo black belt Charle s Though Glenn Butler' s first activities, including : learn to swim and lifesaving programs, small craft to see the 'Birds this weekend. Maingon added the Pacific place finish in the floor exercises safety programs for canoes and sailboats, skin and scuba diving Northwest lightweight AA U was the only individual title the championship to his recently wo n UBC team won, they still B .C. title last weekend in Kent, compiled enough high finishes t o programs, fitness programs, competitive swimming, synchronized an d diving programs, and recreational swimming . Women's Washington. Joining Maingon as PNW Alberta 199-186. medalist was heavyweight Jo e beat runner-up University o f Butler finished second i n It is apparent that an indoor swimming pool is a necessity to ou r University . UBC would be contributing more to the education of it s physical education majors, and the total development of all student s intramurals. and staff concerned with particpation in the various programs thi s An important manager s Laing who finished second in his all-round competition. Keith meeting will be held thi s facility has to offer . division . Laing also was a B .C . Russell and Lou Munn finishe d Friday at noon in room 211 , medalist losing only to UBC coach third and sixth respectively in tha t Carl Waterer , War Memorial Gym. Doug Rogers the week before . competition. PE 3 . The competition in Kent wa s Next event for the team is th e as tough as any the UBC team wil l Canadian national championship s face this year being led by a in Edmonton March 3-4 . strong contingent from San Jose Western Collegiate Basketball Fina l State College of California but th e entire team showed well . Expectations for future greatnes s Wrestlin g Brian Westell will represen t from many of the younge r UBC in the CIAU wrestling members of the team wer e championships to be held this kindled after the weekend's stron g weekend in Saskatoon as th e UBC Thunderbird s performance . result of his placing first in th e vs heavyweight division in the Basketball The Western Canadia n WCIAA championship matche s held last weekend in Winnipeg. Other UBC team members t o University of Saskatchewa n Intercollegiate women's basketbal l place high in the competition finals will be held this Friday an d were Tom Louie (third in 11 8 Saturday at UBC . The pound), Vic Tyson (third, 16 7 universities o f pound), and Bill MacDonal d Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Victori a (second, 190 pound) . Huskie s and UBC will compete in a single The team placed third overall round knockout tournament . Th e out of seven teams. Th e first game will pit UBC against University of Alberta placed firs t Manitoba, the contest to be with Lakehead University comin g played Friday at noon at the Wa r second . Fri . & Sat. Feb . 25-26 — 8' p .m . Memorial Gym. Saskachewan goe s UBC's wrestling team place d (3rd game Sunday at 2 :30 p .m. if necessary ) against Victoria at 6 p.m. Friday. second behind SFU in the B .C . UBC and Saskatchewan wer e senior championships . co-holders of the WCIA A Individual winners for UB C championship last year . This yea r were Dave Higoshi (105 lb .), Bill a winner has to be declared t o MacDonald (198 lb .), Bria n represent the west at the CIAU Westell (220 lb .), and Kyl e finals held next weekend in Raymond (heavy) . Vic Tyso n UBC War Memorial Gymnasiu m I came third in the 158-pound clas s Saskatoon . Gen . Admission 1 50 Students $1 0° The final rounds take place o n and Bob Ormond was third in th e Saturday with the losers of 180-pound class. Page 8 THE UBYSSEY Thursday, February 24, 197 2 Council gives this and tha t Hillel Special Events Wee k By BERTON WOODWARD In the discussion that preceded a vote amendin g Lyle Osmundson got $15, the engineers got the proviso out of the motion, council was treate d censured, students got a two week arts and politic s to a dissertation rare in its chambers by former AM S At Buchanan — 104 program and water got both support and rejection . secretary Evert Hoogers on how capitalism produce s It all happened at Wednesday night's somewha t racism. The motion passed as amended . Presenting a report from the AMS educatio n "Revolutionary Ideas in the Evolution of Man " bickersome Alma Mater Society council meeting . A motion to give Osmundson $30 to cove r committee, member Stan Persky announced a tw o parking fines and $15 loading licence fee wa s week long "Conference on Arts and Politics" t o begin March 20. TODAY, FEBRUARY 24 at 12 :30 P .M . amended to exclude the licence fee because , according to AMS president Grant Burnyeat, i t The program will include lectures, discussion s DR . WILLIAM E . WILLMOTT, Prof . Anthropology & would be discriminatory to other campus services . and poetry readings and will cover subject s Sociology will speak on, "THE CHINA NIXON I S The total amount had already been whittle d including "Film-making and Canadian politics" , VISITING " down from $87 during negotiations betwee n "Bourgeois architecture and its alternatives", an d engineering undergraduate society president Doug "Literature and social responsibility" . Aldridge, on Osmundson's behalf, and the traffic As for water, council supported in a motion th e Friday, February 25 at 12 :30 p .m. office. efforts of a student ad-hoc committee to gai n After much discussion of the controversial $15 , signatures petitioning the UBC board of governor s RICHARD ZACK, Vancouverite, graduate of M .I .T . wil l the amended motion passed . to help UBC build an indoor pool . speak on, "HELPING TO CHANGE LIFE IN KENYA", a The engineering undergraduate society wa s Council did the same for the UBC Alumn i personal account, after spending a year in Africa . Talk an d censured for its Feb. 9 newsletter containing racist Association, which is seeking governmental help i n slides followed by question and answer period . jokes, but not, as arts rep Mike Goodman wanted it , combatting ocean erosion of the Point Grey cliffs. with the proviso that racism is a structura l Especially, it said, the one below the association' s All Students are Cordially Invited to Atten d consequence of capitalism. offices in Cecil Green Park . NO CHARGE FOR ADMISSION Admen's bubble bath burs t product that keeps her false teet h it important and to mak e Advertising doesn't create need s and values ; they reinforce an d in — an image that is not decisions independent and this i s maintain existing ideologica l particularly admirable . one of the few areas wher e The light touch of the masters ! superstructures. "They tell us women's role i n women have any control ove r This was the thesis put forwar d the family is as the expert i n their lives — making choices, Malle -makes . . . by Pat Hoffer, who discusse d consumption . " however unreal they are," sh e media and consumerism at the Hoffer then quoted from an a d said. Belmondo takes. women's studies meeting Tuesda y run in the Philadelphia Evening The evening began with a slide night. Bulleting : "More and more , show composed by Hoffer o f "Ad agencies are a powerfu l bubble baths are playing a vital which she said, "It showed man y means of reaffirming over an d role in the rearing of youngsters . images juxtaposed — particularl y over that a woman' s place is in the Far from being simply fun or a plastic versus real . Women fro m home and that's the biggest lie o f passing fancy, the bubble bath ha s ads versus photos of women taken all," said Hoffer . become firmly established in by serious photographers. family living. Very important , "The message is buy, buy, buy. "Advertisers claim in th e then, to every mother who want s You ' re ugly — buy. You' re Journal of Retailing that ou r the best for her child, is choosing incomplete — buy . You ' re too enormously productive econom y the proper bubble bath product. " good for the rest of the mass — demands that we mak e "Ads manipulate need to make buy . " consumption our way of life, tha t we convert the buying and use o f goods into rituals . . . We nee d things consumed, burned up, 4 Jean-Pau l thrown out, replaced an d discovered at an ever increasing rate," she said. A Belmondo This is where big and littl e businessmen see women a s important said Hoffer . "Women are most importantl y defined in advertising as member s SPAGHETTI HOUSE LTD " 4450 W . 10th Ave. Hot Delicious Tasty Pizza s PrHMi d .0 Of Gfiri 4 A Film of of society engaged in . th e production of goods and service s famous charbroiled steaks — spare rib s Malle in the home, in the reproduction FREE DELIVERY - Right to Your Doo r of the labor force, i .e . kids, as a ..Genevieve Buiold — COLO R reserve army of labor and a s Thursday 24th—7 :00 Phone 224-1720 - 224-633 6 Sunday 27th— a SUB FILM SOC presentatio n managers of househol d Fri. 25th & Sat. 26t h consumption . OPEN FOR LUNCH — SPECIAL MEN U 7 :00 & 9 :30 7 :00 50` SUB THEATR E "They present certai n HOURS — MON . To THURS . 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. stereotypes of women : as passive, Ammo FRI . & SAT . 11 a .m. to 4 a.m. — SUNDAY 4 p .m . to 2 a.m. .~ ~ nurturant and plaything . 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