issued Twice Weekly by the Students' Publications Board of The University of British Columbi a
VOL. XVI . VANCOUVER, B. C., TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 193 4 No. 26
Farri s Edmonds Elected NOON HOUR TALKS ON
CHOOSING A PROFESSION
Forum Makes Alberta Debater s
Outlines In Arts '37 Poll s .
Cries of "We want Idyll," opened
Occupations For Which Ap-
plied Science Provides Suit -
able Training .
Plans Know n
"Resolved that in the opinion of Triumph In McGou n
the meeting for elections in the clas s Speaker this House our social system give s
Reforms of Arts '37 on Friday . Amid much
disorder, Murray Mather, who wa s
Dean R . W. Brock
Time: 12:15 noon.
age an unfair advantage over youth, "
will be the subject when the Par-
chairman, wrote the names of th e Place: Ap. Sc. 102 . liamentary Forum meets tonight a t Series, U .B .C . Secon d
"One lawyer's views of variou s nomInees on the blackboard and Date: Tuesday, Jan . 25 . 7:15 in Arts 100 .
schemes for reform," was the topic called for votes. The Forum is debating Bates Col-
taken by J . W . DeB . Farris, K.C., in After some delay caused by the lege on Feb . 2, and the Law Student Unanimous Decision of Judges Accorde
his address on Saturday evening be - attending Sciencemen wishing to vote, Society of Vancouver on Feb. 23 .Se1- d
fore the Vancouver Institute .
Edmonds was elected President by an
In opening his lecture, Mr. Farri overpowering majority of women' s Collins Promoted At eetion of teams for these two debates
will be made on the merits of speak-
Local Debaters Against Sask . Pair
illustrated the difference between re- votes. Mr . Edmonds thanked th e ers at the meeting.
form and change . "Reform" he de- ladies and others gracefully and pro-
fined as a "change, for the better" ceeded to take charge of the chaos.
Student Federation The University of Alberta won th e Nathan Nemetz and Edward Fo x
Tonight, over CRCV, 8 :00 to 8:30, cherished McGoum Cup, emblematic of U.B.C., upholding the affirmative
U .B.C. and Alberta will debate on of the Western University Debatin g of the question "Resolved that he
and said that not all changes or rev- Nominations from the floor for th e the subject: "Resolved, that an ec- Championship when they triumphe d economic salvatl,n of Canada lies i n
olutions mean improvement of condi- position of vice-president were called When the Executive Council of the onomic blockade is the most effective in both of their debates unanimousl y the socialization of her finance and
tions. "No mob ever solved any- for, and Connie Baird was elected b y National Federation of Canadian Uni- mum of keeping International peace ." last Friday evening . U .B.C. teams, major Industries," won an unanimou s
thing," he said . "Let us` keep our acclamation . versity Students met in Conference The team from U .B.C. for this de - with four out of a possible six points , decision against Harold Clawson and
perspective and not lose 'might of There was some contusion about In the latter part of December, 1933 , bate wil' lbe Richard B . McDougall came second in this competition . The Ralph Steele from the University of
what we haw " the nominations for secretary, Fanny at tho University of Western Ontario , and Frank P. Miller. The Alberta Blue and Gold entry 'won at Van- Saskatchewan, in the Hotel Vaneion-
Selena of Riles Freshette and Aimee Semple Mc - team is Max Crotty and Paul Camp . couver, but lost by a 2-1 decision a t ver on Friday night lut at 1 :15.'
Mr. Farris denied the common as- Pherson being among the nominees. Mark Collins of this University, was bell. Winnipeg to the University of Mani- On the same evening in Winnipeg ,
sumption that lawyers are agains t Dorothy Eastman won this, however. elected lot ' Vice-president, He wil l The executive of the Forum are toba. All debates in the aeries took the Manitoba team defeated Jim Fer-
reform, saying' that law is the science "Bruce Bardwelt was appointed hold this position until the next Con- making an attempt to have a radio place at the same time and were o n ris and John Sumner of U.B.C. by
of human teatime and reform, or . treasurer by an enthusiastic audience . ference, which will be held in Dec - in' Arts 100 tonight so that an ad - the same subject . Each University a 2-1 decision.
desire for change, iseuential to hu : Clarence ` Idyll was selected Men's ember, 1935. ' $ournment can ha called to listen t o entered two teams In the contest . The ready wit and flowing oratory
man proms He said' "I can s , Athletic ' Representative by acclama- The recent Conference was presid - the debate over .CRCV. of Ed . Fox and Nathan Nemetz di d
objection to revolution, e'en blood y tion and Beth Evans was elected McCown Cup Results much to hold the attenion of the aud-
revolution—lrif ' will be an improve- Women's Athletic Representative . ed over by the President, M . K . Ken- Alta. 1st, 5 points. ience while Varsity spoke . Among
ment . But,"` he continued, "no man Ludlow Beamlsh was made Literar y ny, of Toronto. The delegates dis- B. C.—2nd, 4 points. Little Theatre To other "stories and quips" Fox relate d
should make that move merely fro m Representative . cussed problems of student govern- Man.—3rd, 2 points . the famous 'Mr . Fox, Mr. Noe, and
the desire for change." The elections having been conclud- ment, co-operative purchasing of ath . Sask .—4th, 1 point. Present Play Her e Mr. Cox' case .
Judie Progresses ed, the Sciencemen'a Choral Grou p letic equipment, special student rail - A vivid description of 'overproduc-
"On the whole, as far as law in the attending, gave an unannounced ren- way rates, the Lxecutive Scholarshi p De Ridder Lectures . tion existing in the present system
British Empire is concerned, justice dition of Mr. Noah . Plan, the administration of the N .F. "The Doll's House," by Ibsen, L t o
according to the affirmative. a C
has not fallen behind in the march Froth Edmonds finally introduce d C.U.S., recorded an unanimous stand On Music Stud y be produced by the Little Theatre in tried to show that our salvation —.
of human progress," Mr . Farris as mapy of the executive as were
against hazing, and drew up a sched- the auditorium on Thursday night unlike that of Mae West—does ' no t
stated . "The British people move present and allowed the meeting to ule of debating tours, the feature of Owing to the large attendance a t under the auspices of the English De- lie in curves—in booms and depress -
more slowly and surely to the better- adjourn itself. which is a tour of Canada by an Ox- the first lecture of the series by Al - ion — but rather in . straight lines
ing of their conditions. National fan- ford-Cambridge team in the fall of lard de adder, conductor of the Van- partment and the U .B.C. Players' The visiting team claimed that I .
1934. couver Symphony Orchestra on ap- Club, n
aticism, has never prospered in an y its levelling process, socialism woul d
As some misunderstanding has aris- preciation of magic, last Monday, i t Joan Miller and Bill Buckingham
part of British Empire. No man
with an Iron will and a hand of
steel has ever taken a political lead -
Talnicoff Condones en with regard ti eligibility for Ex - has been found necessary to hold the will be in the leading roles, and i t cut offthe valleys but would no t
change Scholarships, the N .F .C.U.S. lectures in a larger hall . Instead o f
. Further, they
will be acted by the same cast as thought that the depression was du e
has made the announcement that a n meeting at the Vanderpent Galleries
ership as compelling as even Roose -
velt has to-day +at the United States ."
A Menace to Democracy
Anti-Christian Acts applicant for a 1934-35 Exchange as ►.t ,first announced, the lecture s presented it in December at the Lit- to abuses of Vie Capitalist system ,
Sccolarship must now be in at least in future will be given in the Geor- tle Theatre under the sponsorship of not to defects in that system.
"With the removal of competition
Of Mussolini's system of one ma n
government in Italy, Mr . Farris said ,
Of Militant Sovie t the second year of his or her uni- gian Club, 543 Seymour street, (up- the Norwegian Singers' Association . and the profit-motive in industry
versity course, but he need not be stairs) . The next lecture will be hel d That production was .acclaimed a
in the second year of university at- on Monday, Jan . 29, at 8 :15 p.m. s will go hand in hand all stimuli to
"Temporary domination by one ma n tendance . That is, a student who ob- Reservations must be made in ad-
one of the best ever put on by Littl e production, to research, and to ad-
of the people, v.eakens what is th e Sympathy and Understanding Neces- tains Senior Matriculation, and en- vance. To secure tickets those wish- Theatre actors. Dr . G. G. Sedgewick vancement," claimed the negative.
main force in any community—the gory, Say Speakers
ters university (second year) is el- ing to enroll for the remainder of th e saw it, and made up' his mind t o that statement affirmative challenge d
bring it to the university for the ben-
llowe'V er, the
ability of the people to govern them- igible for an Exchange Scholarship . or to Bay 1530R.
selves . We have believed in ou r Sympathy and understanding fo r efit of the students, who have al l "Did the scientists in the Ediso n
country that "Jack is as good as hi s the anti-Christian movement in Rus- studied the play as a part of the laboratories work just for their sal-
master," but now in our time, dem- sia rather than summary condemna- English 1 course . ary? No! They were impelled by
ocracy is being threatened ." He went tion was the plea voiced by Rev. M. SNEERS AND JEEE S He points out that acting will brin g the desire to discover some new pro-
on to tell of the three evils which A. Talnicoff who, in an address spon- By the Campus Cra b this famous play to life as readin g cess. Under socialism, men will stil l
are endangering rune decisions of th e sored by the V.C .U., roused and hel d never could, and he urges all stu- work for the public welfare, and fo r
public . the interest of a large audience in The Campus Crab goes emotional , natural to him . dents to attend and bring their par- the honour and good government o f
Evils of To-da y Arts 204 Wednesday noon . and pulls an Aimee Semple McPher- If this false shame is allowed to ents with them. The price is 35 cents , the nation."
These were, according to Mr . Far- Retiglous Problem son. Thla Is unusual, also Its good , range unchecked and become engrain- one-third of what it was at the Little The University of Saskatchewa
ris, firstly—false prophets who try t o Speaking on "Soviet Russia and don't miss ft He goes back into hi s ed in our characters, it will result i n Theatre. team cited the graft and deficits tha t
fill the common need for a stron g God," Mr. Talnicoff, pastor of Ed- thou, and bestows some high prais e our destruction, our necessary destruc- "The Doll's House" is the first play were so powerful in the C .N.R
leader to-day ; secondly, the catcli- mends Baptist Church and graduate on the Kai, in his usual style, tion, before the tide of co-operativ e in which Ibsen attacked social abuses. asked why these conditions would
words or slogans that arouse suppor t of the University of Manitoba, set Is the Campus Crab unduly optim- sentiment that is rising in the worl d It reaches its climax in the famous not occur in other socialized indus-
while only being half-truths ; and forth graphically the religious prob . istic? In a recent argument anent hi s today. scene in which Nora quietly tells tries .
lastly Mr . Farris declared human 1em of the Soviet today. The last strictures on various campus condl- This is the first and last sermon to Helmer that she is going to leave
selfishness was the cause of thes e days of the war, he said, found the tions, the opinion was forcibly ex - be preached by the Campus Crab . He him because their marriage gives he r
evils and only the spirit of brotherly Russian government shocked and bat- pressed that . the University is very will return to the tactics of abuse no chance of development. At the Play
love could cure them completely . tared, in no condition to resist the well as it is . It was also said tha t and ridicule so eminently suited to It is also interesting as the first
Mr . Farris, in his conclusion, said, fury of revolution, Centuries of op- it is solely for ,immediate perona l impress the flabby mentalities he ha s play in which Ibsen utilized his ne w With "Hawk Island," which the In-
"Every man must take stock, care - pression by Church and State be- benefit that one attends the institu- to deal with. realistic technique. He has not, how- ternational Players are presentin
fully, of things as they are and mak e hind them, an oppression personified tion. As a corollary, it transpired that It is difficult to be moderate when ever, gained as perfect command over this weak at the Vancouver Theare
his own decisions." In the venomous hypnotist Rasputin general opinion holds that the singl e discussing the cafeteria . It deserves the medium as he did in his later ,
with his whip of "hell hereafter and student doesn't care anything abou t the highest possible praise. It is so plays, and the audience will prob- comedy of manner and farcical fan -
Siberia here upon earth," the people the University as a whole, but onl y eminently suited to its patrons. ably notice that the two soliloquies tasy is deserted for mystery of stron g
aimed at a total wiping out of every- as it ministers to his personal am - Everything possible is done to mak e seem out of place, in spite of their dramatic flavor.
Hi-Jinx Delayed thing that symbolized the tyranny battens and desires. them feel at home—and success is magnificent delivery by Mr. Bucx-
The play is not that type of mys-
For Dolts House' from which they had escaped . "We Perhaps I am an incurable Polly -
will banish the gods from the sky anna . I know I am an incurable ideal -
I am, as you may have observed, The all-Important tole of Nora is tery which relies for its suspens e
and capitalists from the earth", was ist . I do believe that this attitud e unalterably opposed to the regiment- acted by Joan Miller with vivaciou s chiefly on the withholding of the
Hi-Jinx, annual Women's Frolic , the shiboleth stressed and reiterated is ialrly general on the campus, but ation of the Individual . If I like to charm . It is her second triumph this murderer's identity (as in "Alibi") .
scheduled for Thursday, Jan . 35, bay by the leaders. I also believe that It is a damnabl e put my feet on the table, I object if season, since she also played the titl e Murder is actually witnessed as a
been indefinitely postponed, Elea- 'Enemy of Freedom t I am forbidden to exercise the rugged part in "Elizabeth the Queen."
nore Walker, president of the W.U.S ., Religion, stated Mr . Talnicoff, was is essentiallythe campus, and that i - individuality inherent in my char- Mr . Buckingham, who was Lord startling climax to Act Two . Our in-
an abnormal and can
has announced . and still is considered the arch- cerous excrescence on the undergrad- acter. If I wish to move in an at- Essex In that play, again appears op- terest is held by the endeavors of th e
It was necessary to postpone th e enemy of the new freedom mosphere of flying scraps above a posite Miss Miller, in a quiet but con- players to resolve their mixup, com-
. War uate mentality
party owing to the presentation of against it is being carried on vigor- If there is any. place in the universe sea of discarded lunch papers, I d e vincing style. He is a graduate of plicated by a pretended murder,
the "Doll's House" in the Universit y oualy through propaganda In the There a generous enthusiasm, a whole- not see why the unreasonable fastid- the Players' Club, and acted for the m
Auditorium on the same night . The form of slogans, posters ridiculing some self-abnegation, a devotion to th e iousness of a few straight-laced ex- in "Fog" at last year's drama fes- which the real killing turns from a
date for Hi-Jinx will be announce d phases of religion, moving plctyres welfare of the whole, as opposed to th e quisltes should deprive me of my de - tival. practical joke into a misunderstand-
as soon as possible . and magazines . Children are edu- aggrandizement of the individual, sire. If my soul cannot find its nat- Miss Marjorie Ellis is another prom- ing of grave consequence .
cated by atheistical teachers skilled should, and under normal condition s ural outlet except in flinging gar- inent alumni member of the Players ' Few people would blame Gregory
NOTICE in child psychology, and as an adds- will, manifest itself in human society , bage about Indiscriminately, I do no t Club who will be seen in "The Doll's Sloane (Leyland Hodgson) for stag-
'aerial measure Sunday as a day of that place is in the universities, th e see why I should warp my ego b y House." She plays the part of Mrs . ing a mock murder . The guests at
The Registrar's office is in receipt o f worship has been abolished . training ground of the rising gee- suppressing the impulse at the behes t Lind, Nora's friend. his house party on lonely, storm -
an announcement re 1934-35 scholar - Describing the use of slogans, the eration, where, at the expense of th e of the effete aristocrat. Mr . Carlton Clay is the director . bound Haw Island were for the mos t
If the same unreasonable elemen t part those queer human binge wh
ships of Byrn Mawr College . Details speaker quoted several of the most state, they are trained to take thei r attempted to have a decent quality The settings, costumes and proper - delight in the recounting of crimeo
may be obtained from the Registrar . popular . Prominent among these were place as the superior class of the f u - ties will be brought out from th e ,
"God is the Christian Jehovah o of catering inatitued at the expense Little Theatre . Players' Club mem- from the comfortable remoteness o f
f War and Jesus Is the Christian God If this normal manifestation i s of my desire for the satisfying food bers will assist with the stage work , arm chairs.
COMING EVENT S of Slavery," and the now universally crushed and discouraged by a callo w which they choose to call greasy, un - and also have charge of the advertis- The presiding pod of the gatherin g
Today known "Religion is the Opiate of the cynicism engendered through a cow - wholesome and messy, let them go ing and ticket sale . was Anthony Bryce, the prolific con-
Monro Pre-Medical in Arts Masses. Children are educated in ardly fear of criticism, we are plunge d elsewhere—I am willing to pay fo r Dr . Sedgewick has personally un- cocter of murder novels, of import -
what I want, and I refuse to have my r ant appearance, vain, timid .
108 at noon to discuss term's atheism in which effigies of Christ into the lackadaisical attitude an d personal liberty interfered with . If dertaken financial responsibility fo fronted with a flesh and bloodCon-
parades from their earliest years,
plans. the production.—G . P . mur-
and the saints are burned taking the fragmentary activity so characteristi c they wish to prate about health, de - der, he is alternately ostentacioua an d
Outdoor Club in App. Sc. 237 e
at noon. Plans for spring. place of Christmas and Easter cake• at present of this campus. We becom a cency and goad manners, let the m self-effacing, as prudence dictates .
brations as conducted in other coun- mentaly greasy ; our thoughts have take their jug of vegetable soup ou t FOREST CLUB Colin Craig gives an incisive char-
Arts '38 mass meeting in Art s tries . There is also the "Union of fish-belly consistency . We are distort - underneath the vine in the botani - Speaker—Mr. Riedel of B . C . Creo- acterization as the jealous Tom Aus-
100 at noon to discuss class
the Militant Godless," a powerful ed, having become "men of the world " cal garden, and not bore me with ten, while Barbara Brown as his wife
ply youth organization with branches in in its worst sense, before we have be - (Continued on Page 2) soting Co.
Subject—Lumber Preservation . sustains a role rather drained of
Wednesday noon almost every land, Canada included . come men in any sense . character.
Arts '37 Executive meeting to The facts cannot be denied by a n Time—Tuesday noon .
Superstition BEWARE!! ! ! Place—Room 235 Applied Science . The chief shortcoming of the play
Arts tad to discuss the class In a brief historical sketch, Mr . Tale intelligent reader. The conclusions is perhaps that it contains some char-
PWy nicoff presented startling evidence of drawn from them can only be denie d The staff of the Ubyssey has risen All welcome acters of a sterile conventionality ; the
Arts 200, V .C .U. open meet- the lengths to which the Greek Orth- by the exercise of that same adol- as a body in protest to the numbe r chief fault of the players a tendenc y
ing. Speaker, Rev. A. C. Bing- odox Church went in Russia . By ascent cynicism that is the base of of uncouth individuals who are mak- to emphasize farcical elements i n
ham. BOOK EXCHANG E
their superstitious fears the peasants the trouble, a cynicism derived fro m ing it a practice to barge in at an y character.
Friday noon lent themselves tc countless imposi- an inferiority complex built on the av- hour of the day to engage in long -
Mass meeting of Arts '37 to All vouchers will be paid a t The play displayed a smoothness o f
tions and frauds, one example o f erage undergraduate's efar of derision I winded conversations . This phones i direction, considering the exigenc y
dismal; class party . which was an image of Christ fitted if he admits that he has the enthusl- not public! The staff is prepared t o the Book Exchange on Mon - of a weekly change of bill, which
(Continued on Page 3) astic and altruistic impulses that are eject these individuals in future . day, Jan . 29th . was commendable .—J . B. C.
Page Two THE UBYSSEY Tuesday, January 23, 193 4
Correspondenc e Class and Club
(Member C .LP., P.I.P.A. )
APES Tut, Tut, Sir Drummon d
Since today is fraternity biddin g
day for freshmen, the Ubyssey i s
MONRO PREMEDICAL CLU B
Telephone : Point Grey 208 AN D Them will be a meeting of the
printiny the official bidding rules as
Issued twice weekly by the Students'-Publrcation Boar d
of the Alma Mater Society of the University of Britis h
IVORY Editor, Ubyssey,
Dear Sir : outlined by the Inter-fraternit y
Monro Pre-Medical Club in Arta 10 8
on Tuesday, Jan . 23 (today) at 12 :10
"Ignorance ever clothes Its shame Council . sharp . The meeting will be short.
Mail Subscriptions $2. per Year , By ARTHUR MAy $
in lies . " Each fraternity shall delegate one Plans for the term will be discussed .
Campus Subscriptions $1.50 per Year.
This thought arose on perusal o f of its members to deliver its invita - All Out!
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF : Norman Hacking ' an authentic report of certain "in - tion between the hours of 9 :00 a .m .
SENIOR EDITORS HER NAME IS CURL Y formation " said to have been impart- and 1 :00 p.m. on Bidding Day to the LA CANADIENNE
Tuesday : Pat Kerr Friday : John Cornish ed to Economics One, Nov . 29, by The next meeting will be hel d
particular prospective member . All
News Manager: Archie Thompson Tuesday, Jan . 23, at the home of Be a
Sports Editor : Dick Elam "Day-dreaming, Peter, and this press Prof. Drummond, in reference of to invitations shall be accompanied by
Cooke, 3230 W . First avenue . Mar-
Douglas Social Credit, the system a written form which must b re -
Associate Editors Zoe Browne-Clayton, Boyd Agne w day ?" I chided my little literary ape . "Come, New Economics devised by Majo r turned, by the prospective member
garet Large will speak on her trip
Associate Sports Editor : Don Macdonald bestir yourself ! Copy goes down in half-an- C. H . Douglas, a famous and wealthy to the Facu!ty Representative on In- to the Riviera, and Alice Rowe has
consented to sing several solos. All
Assistant Editors: Esperance Blanchard, Murray Hunter , hour, and here we are, destitute as usual ." Scottish engineer and artistocrat wh o ter-Fraternity Council . Maximum
members are requested to attend .
"I doubt very much sometimes," sai d shortly visit Vancouver . time for delivering each invitation
The treasurer asks that fees be paid .
Assistant Sports Editors: Morley Fox, Clarence Idyll . shall be fifteen minutes. There shal l
Peter, jolted out of his recerie, "if you hav e If my information is true, and I
Literary Editor: Arthur Mays e have no occasion to doubt its cred- be no association or communicatio n
Feature Editor: Darrel Gomery a soul at all . You find me musing in loft y ibili'y, Prof. Drummond seems emin- between membets of fraternities, and L'ALOUETI'E
Exchange Editor: Nancy Mile s vein - - - - ►► ently fitted to criticize Douglas, for, prospective members during the "per- The "Kids' Party", planned b y
L'Alouette, will take place tonight a t
Reportorial Staff "The Epic of Apeland ?" I enquired, refer - as he admitted recently in publi c iod of silence," which shall exten d
the home of Ruth Mackay, 1899 Mc -
General : Jack McDermot, Alan Morley, Froth Edmonds , from the time of issuing the invita-
ring to Peter's tedious and interminable mas- meeting, he has never read a lin e Nichol Avenue. Take the No . 12 car
Helen Taylor, Warren Jams, Donna Lucas, Jilt Find- that Douglas ever wrote, nor "waste d tion on Tuesday to 1 :00 p.m. on the
lay, Allan Baker, Margaret Ecker, Rosemary Edmonds , terpiece. his time" endeavoring to understand following Thursday . Answers to al l at Pacific and Granville, get off a t
Margot Greene, Pauline Patterson, J . Donald Hogg, Breen "No, " said Peter. Then shyly : "I went the constructive writings of others on invitation received by the proepeo- Cypress and walk three blocks north .
Melvin, Stewart Devitt, Doreen Agnew Don't forget to wear kid's clothes .
walking Sunday afternoon. Walking in the Social Credit. Judging by his re . tive member are to be returned to
Sport : John Logan , the Faculty Representative on the
Advertising Managers Jack Balcomb e
Park, And - and Bill - - " here somethin g porter$ remarks also it would appea r LA CAUSERIE
Inter-Fraternity Council, between th e
Circulation Manager : W. L Simpson
had not even sought to ac -
very like a blush stained his leathery counten- that hehimself with the character or hours of 9 :00 a .m . and 1 :00 p .m. on
The next meeting of La Causerie
quaint will be held Tuesday ,Jan. 23, at the
Circulation Staff: W. Toteldnsen, D. Jewett, D. MIU L ance - - - "I met Her . Curly, I mean. " antecedents of a man whom he had the Thursday following Bidding Day
. home of Violet Thomson, 25M W . 5th
TOTEM STAFF : At this I wailed outright, knowing that for the bed taste to stigmatise . On Thursday at 1:00 p.m. the Faculty
Representative on Inter-Fraternit y avenue. Mme. Darlington will ad-
Satoh T 4 Made* a week, at least, Peter would be worse than The question of Social Credit arose dram the club -and an interesting
Council shall present to the respec-
AsleeiAtse: Constance Baird, Tad, Jeffery, Morley Fox. useless. when Prof. Drummond made hissing meeting is being planned.
reference to it in Economics One tive fraternities the names of the men
TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, "Lovelier than ever, " he continued, "poor class . A student asked for more do e who have excepted their invitations . A full attendance is requested t o
make plane for a French dinner in
little caged creature ! And all I was able t o tailed information . The various fraternities are then at
the near future.
do was steal her some peanuts and breathe a Hue are the unchanged notes whic h liberty to approach the men wh o
THE LITTLE THEATRE AND THE CAMPU S have accepted their invitations .
word of sympathy through the bars ." one student jotted down it the time : V. C. U.
"Social Credit was invented by a Two prominent ministers of the
Peter wiped a furtive tear from his nose. Scottish engineer, Major Douglas, chose engineering as a profersica .
Of inestimable valve to English 1 students oily will address the Union this week .
"How I'd like to set her free I" he cried, who knowing nothing of the laws of Early in his career be was appointe d On, Wednesday ' :at 13:10 In Arta 20 4
will be the presentation of "The . Doll's House, " "You," .1 told him sternly, "will attempt economics, wrote several books o n to a high post in the Indian Railwa y Bev. A . C. Bingham, mintptar of
's famous . play, on Thursday night in the nothing of the kind . And if you don't scou t the subject . In his early days as an service. You may judge of his pair ' Gtindview Baptist Church, itlll ad-
Lion by the fact that his work thre w
University auditorium. The audience should me out some news in five minutes, Ill jus t engineer he had had numerous set- him into almost daily contact with
drool tie regular open meeting. On
backs in his attempts to get to the Friday, Rev. W. L. McKay, minister
not, however, be limited to English 1 students phone for the Parks people - - - - ' ► top, and (Drunurcnd here conveye d the Comptroller of Indian Currengy , of Wed Point Grey baptist Church,
That was more than enough . Peter the impression that Major Douglas and they became close friends, will speak . All Moderns are extend-
--the play is sponsored by the English Depart- snatched up paper and pencil and skippe d was turned against society) presentl y Major Douglas that became inter- ed a cordial invitation .
ment, and the Players' Club, and they shoul d chattering through the open window . Cruel, decided upon a plan .to remake the ested in the study of economies
through conversations with the Com-
you say ? Perhaps so, but with spring aroun d economic.system .confronted upon a 'He is for from
be supported by the whole student body. Dr. troller. Shortly after the outbNak Sneers and Jeer s
G. G . Sedgewick is personally assuming finan- the corner a firm hand is essential if one certain point and conclusively proven of war he was called hems by the (Continued From Page One)
would keep the feet of his literary ape patter- unsound, he shifts ground and start s British Government to take charg e
cial responsibility for the production, and is of the Royal Aircraft Works at Hen -
things I don't concern myself with .
ing along the path of duty . agfaln when counteracted, saying " I
bringing it to the University for the benefi t didn't mean that. What I meant is don, where his skill as an executive I am firmly in favor of continuing
e and his knowledge of mathematics , the cafeteria as it is . It suits me
of anyone who has studied the play . It is a this—' " Then Drummond said : "There right down to the ground. My first
BOUQUET FOR THE V .C .U. may be a rudimentary germ of a n enabled him to win the personal ,
certainty beforehand that the play has bee n idea in all his verbiage and ambigu- public, praise of Premier David Lloyd rule of life is "I pays my money and
I takes my choice" I have paid m y
well-directed, by Mr . Carlton Clay, and the Students who attended the V .C.U. open ities .' (laughter) . The general idea George .
money at the cafeteria, and it ha s
It was here after pursuing his stud-
talent of the Little Theatre artists need not b e meeting last Wednesday noon with a stock of seems to be that the Government payis ies of conventional economics fo r
nobly responded and furnished m e
retailers some percentage, 'Douglas s with what I choose to have. If you
pointed out. Graduates from the Players' Clu b difficult questions ready to hand found tha t not quite clear on the point .' (laugh- some years, that Major Douglas
do not believe me, just go down-
will appear in the production . the speaker had stolen their thunder . ter) —about 20 percent . Where the reached conclusions with regard t o
stairs and look any day at noon.
Broad-minded to a degree and signall y Government would get this mone y the present economic system whic h
say . . . The whole thing resulted in the founding of the New
We suggest that it is worth while for you to lacking in the cant that, as nothing else will , he doesn't be solved by A plus B , Economics, or us it is known—and The Mikado is Coming !
attend this play. The price is exceptionally lo w rouses the average student to ridicule, Mr . Tal- where A equals the disparity be- adhered to by more than two mil - Have you met MM-Slag ?
nicoff gave a sound and interesting address . His tween purchasing power and the sup - lion people in various parts of the Remember the date—Feb. 21-23.
for such a production . Empire—Douglas Social Credit .
subject, 'Soviet Russia and God,' he presente d ply of commodities, and B equal s "The Mlkado"—the musical treat o f
Contrary to Prof. Drummond's as- the year.
with tolerance and what one felt to be genuin e Social Credit (laughs) . tonishing misconception, Social Credit
"G D . H . Cole and one of the Ox -
BIDDING DAY understanding of the vexed problem of religio n ford .profesors have 'analyzed Doug- is not subversive in the sense that i t only have the intelligence to devise
an economic system that will permi t
in the Soviet . las to the point of decomposition': seeks to tear down the existing so-
cial order . It !s simply based upo n of its scientific distribtuion.
Today is bidding day . A large number of A word in all friendliness to the good (Drummond here reiterated that Ma- Does this sound like the ravings of
the contention that the Age of Scar -
freshmen on the campus will be faced with th e people of the V .C.U. : if you wish to populariz e jor Douglas had no training in ec- city passed away with the advent o f an ignorant man? Does It not, on
problem of deciding whether or not they will your meetings, get more speakers of Mr . Talni- onomics but got started when he had the industrial revolution, and th e the pther hand, instantly appeal t o
a long chain of bad experiences i n
coff's calibre, and fewer of the variety whos e attempting to get financial backin g march of science and invention ha s one's common sense ?
ally themselves with campus fraternity life . since ushered in the New Era of (Continued in next Friday's issue )
catchword is "Now-My-Beloved . " for his many undertakings as an en-
gineer) and added 'The local branc h Abundance ; in short—the poor are W. A. TUTTLE,
The merits and demerits of fraternities in not poor because the rich are rich, Mentor, Douglas Socia l
THE MOUNTAIN-MA N of the Social Credit group recentl y
general are a matter for the individual to de- but there is abundance for all if we Credit Group .
sent me a letter inviting me to attend
cide . Although not always beneficial to th e On the train called the Bright Angel, when the daw n one of their meetings, and if inter-
University as a whole, they are now an integra l ' was gre y sted, to give a lecture along simila r
part of campus life and must be recognized as I met a horseman riding out of yesterday . line. I might say now that I am no t Iwcovv
going to give any lecture along simi- R
such. He carried a long rifle across his saddle bow , F5~t Now Playing
lar lines .' "
Behind were the little pack-ponies, stepping all arow ,
Freshmen are advised not to be too precipi- The little, tough hill ponies, halfway up to the sky , And this, if, as I firmly believe, m y
Evenings The INTERNATIONAL PLAYER S
tate in accepting a fraternity bid . A thorough And I reined to the side in wonder as the cavalcad e informant Is correct, is the maliciou s in a powerful, thrilling dra m
jogged by. and pernicious nonsense handed ou t 45* Roof
consideration must first be made of the object s For I knew by his blackened buckskins and his hard , to students of the University of Brit- 15
* "HAWK ISLAND "
and ideals of the fraternity, of the characte r scarred ta n ish Columbia, whose fees contribut e By HOWARD IRVINE YOUN G
That over the Bright Angel had ridden a mountain-man . to the maintenance of those hired t o Mats. Eves. a StALL SEATS Box Mee
of its members and of the financial and othe r W
direct them in the paths of know - I 1R RESERVABLE . .se le p m0. .
obligations . at M"
He sat his horse like a savage ; his eyes were fixed an d ledge .
keen "Without equivocation, a greate r
Fraternities exercise to a surprising exten t Searching the empty desert, and the tumbled hills be- mass of gross inaccuracy could no t
a moulding influence on the characters of thei r tween have been compiled on any give n
members . A prospective pledge should be cer- Our trail and the high Sierras, where spire upon gleam- subject.
ing spir e
tain that the fraternity ideals do not conflic t Flamed out like an altar candle, touched by the east - Prof . Drummond is not even fair t o Picoba c
with his own code of conduct . He should be abl e tern fire . G . I) . H . Cole, whom he cited as a
crtic of Douglas. Even Cole, a
to feel that mutual benefit should accrue bot h What strange thing was he seeking, back of the sunris e Socialist blind to all else, makes n o Tobacc o
to himself and his fellow members out of thei r glow ? attempt to inveigh against the bon a
Where had he come from, riding out of the long ago ?
association . Under the diamond-hitches what did his kyacks hold ?
fides of Major Douglas .
In fact of all the presumably in- NOW 10 $
Pelts of martin and beaver, or the rough and mountai n
Freshmen often join fraternities without a gold ? telligent criticism of the Douglas sys-
thorough investigation of the financial obliga- There at the rim of the desert I watched them pass and tem that has come to my attention —
fade , and I admit there's quite a bit—not HURRAY !
tions . Only after initiation do they realize that The man with the long rifle, and the pack-horse caval- one of the critics, howsoever bitter i n
they are unable to meet the costs involved . cade . behalf of his cherished doctrines of
This is a frequent cause of unhappiness and dis- On the trail called the Bright Angel, when the dawn wa s Scarcity, stopped to caluminate thi s
grey Douglas. who is known throughou t
appointment . These expenses should be care - I met a horseman riding out of yesterday "Gentlemen—because so many of my fellow
the length and breadth of Great
fully considered . Britain and India as a man of in -
Canadians are smoking Picobac, it has becom e
A BIBLE FOR FREE-LANCES the largest selling burley tobacco in Canada —
Many students expect great benefits to ac- finite intellect and highest integrit y sod because of ha great popularity you benefit .
Now lest I be claspified with m y You can now buy Picobac for 100 and get still
crue to them automatically on joining a fret- The Writers ' and Artists ' Yearbook fo r subject, who suffers Logic to slink '\ more tobacco for your money .
ernity . If so, they should be disillusioned . The 1934, put out by Blacks of London and obtain- before invective, let me outline t o "I urge every pipe smoker to buy one of the handy pocket tins of Picoba c
and get acquainted with a tobacco that's friendlier, more sociable in a
student gets out of the fraternity only what h e of U,B,C .
able through Ireland and Allan, is now on th e you students which Profthe fair, im-, pipe. As a matter of fact, you'll hardly recognize the old pipe, once it' s
puts in. It is the same with all student activities . partial facts, . Drummond loaded with Picobac, lighted and drawing well . Sweet? You bell Mild ?
market . The free-lance ' s Bible, this : and if the had he been loyal to your Alma Ma - You can smoke it hour after hour and never get fed up . Cool? You' d
It should be emphasized particularly tha t vicious racket of market-crashing has set it s ter, might have given . travel a thousand miles and never find a mellower, cooler 'holm . "
fraternities are decidedly secondary to th e spell upjon you, a copy becomes almost indis- In the first place, Economic Dem- Picobac is the pick of Canada's Burley crop, grown in sunny souther n
University as a whole . They represent merely pensable . You will find almost every journal ocracy, by Major Douglas, anSocial excel - Ontario . . . always cool . . mild and sweet in your pipe .
one aspect of student life . Premier loyalty a t lent text-book on Douglas
and magazine of importance catalogued here , Credit which I commend to you (an d Good for making cigarettes, too .
—sod don't forget, you get more tobacco for your money .
all times is due to your Alma Mater . together with length and type of material re- Prof . Drummond, was selected by
quired and rate of payment also autho?Itativ e Prof . W . A. Irvine of Sydney, N.S .W. Handy pocket tins now 10c.
RESURRECTION articles on various branches of market-writing . as the theme for the Major Thesis in lb. tens Now Reclined from 75c . to 60c.
economics, a few years ago .
Beauty, returning, lights my hills with laughte r The price, by the way, is $1 .25 in Vancouver . Is it possible that the ignoran t
And on the meadows where her feet have straye d IT OAFS TASTE GOOD IN A PIPE 1
Shall flow the purple wine of heather ; and after I found one item in this year's issue tha t maunderings of a man unversed in
Flame-flower, and delicate bells of mountain maid . tickled me immensely : "Inspirational verse, ten economics could have achieved so
She has returned from some far distant heave n cents a line, " it read . There is something ironic high a distinction ?
Unto the worshippers who deemed her slai n
As to the personal
and mocking about that bald statement . "Sor- jar Douglas, he is astanding ofLor d Ma -
Bringing the spring home with her : the rich leaven did !" sniff I to myself, and immediately begin Weir, millionaire director of th e
Works, and the Resurrection once again
Breathes its wild promise through the upland rain , to wonder just how one goes about writing in- Cunard Steamship line . He majored
— B. C. spirational verse. in mathematics at Cambridge and aa,e .W raaaa. ca.aam d Canada. u.u,a
Tuesday, January 23, 1934 THE UBYSSEY Page Three
The Freshmen Think They're Big Stuff But They're j ust Boisterou s
The Ballad of Are You Listenin' ?
10 Exchange News
By Nancy Mile
r Three Fingered Joe MUCKATORIA L
,r .I1_II_,1_11_N_11_N_N_M_N_N_11_11_N_N_N_N_N_N_N_II _ Gus Arnheim has played in suc h
PULCHRITUD E In a lonely shack in the lonely hills ritzy spots as the Savoy In London,
The University of Idaho is ver y Gather round, children! The Wiliicum Club is going t o Lea Ambassadeurs in Paris, the Roya l
Where the peewee crier and th e Hotel in Belgium, the Ambassado r
fortunate. The Gem of the Mount- nlghtbird shrills , learn a new password . Now that you've all learned "Rubbe r
and the Beverley Wiltshire in L . A.
ains, which seems to be a publication Snowbound, alone, sat Three-Fingere d baby buggy bumpers" we're going to try "United States twi n He will be replaced by Jimmie Grie r
in those parts, is holding a beauty Joe screw steel cruisers ." Now all together, one, two, three. NO, not- soon in the Gold Room in th e
contest. Twenty young ladles en- And hearkened (.3 the swirling snow; scroozers! Cruisers, you know, boats, yes, ships, putt, putt, putt , meantime Arnheim will take Hay -
His trusty rifle he polished bright , ton's place on the Woodbury Pro -
tered the content, and eight Venues putt, putt. Now everybody who said it right gets a lollypop and gram with Bing Crosby and the Mill's
tied for first place. Imagine being i n And low he crooned in the howlin g the others are going to read two lovely poems brought here b y FANNY
night : Brothers .
the midst of eight specimens of per- armoured car from far-away Onion College ('sfact) . A bunch of
fection . Discouraging! "I'm a fighting man from away bac k
the boys were whooping it up over there a few weeks ago steal- All hall "Our Eddie!" In a recent FREIH£TUeS
when, issue of a nationally known pape r
ing each other's clothes and what not, all nice clean fun, as eve n DIARY
And when I gun I get my men. Cantor says, in effect, "Radio com -
The Toronto Varsity reports a lee- I was raised by the Devil, he raise d the future ministers never let an opportunity slip through thei r edians who play to visible audience s
me rough, fingers. Well, it all ended in tragedy, as such foul actions wil l in the studio in preference to th e I guess this will be longer than
ture given by Dr. Lutz of the Amer- And when I'm crossed, I'm plerity listener-inners are wasting every - usual on account of I'm in love a t
ican Museum of Natural History in (Matt. XVII) for what did they do but burst into poetry, an d body's time and should realise tha t lad, my brother saying I go round
New York, on the subject of "Toot- I've bulldozed many, I've larruped here we have the sad remains . We might add that they're too the studio audience is a nuisance," : looking like a- sick oldish, a nu
ing Insect Intelligence ." Cockroaches „ good for the humble Muck page but we need the space . Also Anyone listening to that Sunday af - way of making sport of sty passionn,
ternoon frame might ponder over th e
and, bees,. It turns out ,err not the The pine branches brushed the cabin we are going into the blackmail business when the authors ge t fact that Cantor raised a big laugh and to think I never used to know
dimwits w.i have always considered door a job as spiritual guide to the populace of Cranberry Corners . in his audience at least four time what true love was! Well it al l
than, at times they have shown face And the mounting wind wailed lou d Yours lovingly, (count 'em) where the humour was started with !(peed taking awo t
ulties not always noticed hi man - and sigh. not apparent to these Waning In , Jane's party and me being quit*
kind. 'I'm the flghttn'at man was ever until that' moot ola stoop. In. thrilled but no sooner did we ge t
The cockroach was put on the spot seal" forms us that he peer comedian rd • there than there was that' oat salt
to be tested+ A number were sent The gun barrel shone in the candl e die Cantor has lust done, something Brown looking eo heavenly in a ne y
along a certain mute until it became gleam, ututi!meiy funny sad this wo,should blue drop that you never woulw
a habit and they could find thei r And the windows shook u the win d Itmnediately howl with *Were IA know what a nasty soul she has an d
way to the dark. (Cockroaches an went by. all. Blanes to Daye Itubktof , f, the away went Speed and there was d
sensitive about their appearances i t orchestra ' had a few brilliant mo- left on the couch trying to spea I
would uem, for they shun the ligh t Wind rattled the hasp of the cabin ments. The greater part of the pro - r
We certainly can't blame them .) Then ' door . gram wu taken up with bilg es that them out of the corner of my ey gay playing with the 'cat watching
on the route which they took, a has- But was it the wind?—or somehin g poetpes an appeal only to the min- all the time, her smiling sickly smile e
ard was Introduced in the form of a n more ? ute mentality of moron who laug h at him and closing her eyes whe s
electric shock . The runne rs learned Joe slowly turned his head to listen, and cry only when they are tol d they danced which was enough tn
in a comparatively short time to wal k "Now who'd art be a night like this'n? to, And Somebody said Cantor wa s turn your stomach, and finally o
around, and not over the shock. With the snow come down Ilk* a good, I
Be., too were put under obser- grey home blanket, as a couldn't stand it any longer and
vation, with the astounding conclu a And nary a one to curse or thank it . Trilogy went down to the basement stairs t o
Ion that they can distinguish colours , Has been this way far three lon g "Popping the cork ." be alone with my misery and the
and besides that they have no need year "Tapping the barrel ." cat when what should I trip over
of strings around their fin gers, he- Now I've been Char, and I've been "Walking the chalk line," but something that turn el out to b e
cause they have memories. Imagine e . e the . boy that brought Sally and the
the elephant and the bee having a n And a lonesomer spot I never seen . It is reported that Ben Bernie wa s first thing I knew we were both fit -
ting there petting the cat and' tellin
unfortunate encounter . Elephants, It's liken the wind or the snow that Argent three bars wavy azure la - the Senate and Faculty has a anal ahe draws the old horsetail over th each other our troubles . It was ver g
violin prodigy in his youth . When y
you know, never forget! When you're knocks ." ment from the base a demi sun i n plate with his name and address on sut*p it's st a the at's e
through contemplating the irresistibl e He rose to the floor in his thick gre y y
splendour proper on a chief of the it. Above the plater Is a little col- Saturday night in the Roman Pool s when we finally came up everybod y. He opened warm and comforting down there an d
body and the immovable force meet- socks ascend and open book also proper ored tag, two tages If the man be- Cafe in Miami after his Florida hell - had gone and then I noticed his love -
ing, just meditate on that little prob . And stared at the door in the fire- edged stripped and buckled or in- longs to both the Senate and the day .
km for a while . light sheen. ly white teeth and eyes, and then w e
scribed with the words "TUUM EST ." Faculty. A green tag means the Arts •• • got the giggles and laughed all th e
That is the University crest as grant- Faculty, a yellow, Angie, a blue, Ap- The concert tour of George Gersh way home, and I'm going to a bas -
HEADLINES AND DEADLINE S A wailing voice from the night came ed by the Royal College of Arms i n plied Science, and a red, Senate . If win, James Melton and Leo Reisma • ketball game with him and a wal k
Proclaimed the News-Heral d thin , London and described in the Roya l it is necessary to send letters to the opened in Boston Sunday night de n and his fraternity dance which al l
"Fee Gaw'ssake, buddy, lemme in! " Charter of the University . The chart - Senate all the elates are put in the spite Reisman's fractured hip -
KING MENACE D Joe stepped to the door and flung i t er is a very imposing document wit h machine and the handle is wound Previn leaves the Paramount The what's going to happen . I think Joh n . Charles goes to show you never cell tel l
AS LIMB FALLS
BEHIND AUT O
wide, its sentences all written in the long when a red tag comes up a stamped atre, New York, to be musical di - is the nicest name .
A figure lurched through the ope n round-a-bout legal way . Scattered envelope is put w the machine and is rector -
The King has always been regard- door, . The tour will take in 28 one -
ed with affection by British subjects , all through it ore the impressiv e automatically addressed .
"Don't gawk so at n .y frozen hide ! names of Lords and hakes who ha d night stands . Council Cra x
but now apparently he has a new dra- 0 God, I'm frostbit, fore and aft! " Amateur Ziegfeld
matic appeal as a contortionist . something to do with the founding o f
The wind behind him shrieked and our University. In the bursar's office there is a Pat Kennedy, formerly vocalis t Collins—Listerine in 40 per cent .
laughed ; pillar that should fascinate every with Ben Bernie now singing for alcohol.
DRIPPINGS Joe strained at the latch while the Heraldry and Wa x connossieur of feminine beauty on nose drops spotsover aWGN.
The Oregon Daily Emerald has a At the top of the document are the campus . tI is a large pillar, e Stewart—How much would that b e
wild gale tore in a quart?
column called "Overflow ." The del- Through I little shanty and shook three very noble and colorful coat s about a foot square and twelve fee t Fred Waring will be succeeded by Collin- 4MR 40 per cent .
uge for an Issue last week ran lik e the Afters, of arms, also a large picture of the high . On it are about fifty ravish - Ted Fiorito on the Old Gold spot.
this: And broke in a peal of hollow university crest . At the bottom, sus - ingly beautiful girls . Blondes, brun- Fiorito is the composer of such song - Mather—I would like to have con -
"We stumbled onto a clue yester- laughter. pended by ribbons, are three glo d ettes, red heads; bobbed hair or long, hits as Sometimes, Three on a Match ,
day that may explain why men ar e "0 fetch me brandy, and fetch m e seals about two inches in diamete r black eyes or blue ; dressed in sport King for a Day and Laugh Clow n trol of the womenls common room
fast becoming a race of anchorites . rum! " and one inch thick . These gold boxes clothes and full evening dress, bu t Laugh . His talented fingers are in - Roosevelt, N.Y., January 11 . Walter
"We were hashing over the mgvl e Joe poured the stranger a goodl y can be opened to reveal three re d all marvellously beautiful and paint- sured for 300G. O'Keefe now in Town Casino, N .Y.
situation with a young lady of ou r sorghum, wax seals bearing the royal crest . ed in glowing colors . Who is the col- ea e Anson Weeks will be In Bellingham,
acquaintance who is about to become And for luck threw in a spoonfu l Just above the seals at the bottom lector of this exhibit? Your explore r Crumbs Friday night, "Old Spinning Wheel "
a university graduate . The tal k of sorghum of the parchment are the signature s didn't find out for certain . Perhaps Calloway off to London on Majes - best seller for last week In December .
turned to 'Thunder Over Mexico .' "Now who might ye be, and whar' r of thre men who are empowered t o the bursar in his spare time? tic, January Z3 . Rubinoff opened in Sylvia Frees in Fox Follies .
There, we said, was one movie w e ye from?" grant such charters .
wanted to see. (To be Continued ) The charter wee% given on June 19 , Fees! Fees !
"'Thunder Over Mexico?' querie d 1914, and was the very beginning o f If you haven't paid your fees d o
the young woman, of good Christia n the University'. It is also a patent of not think you can get away with It .
parent, too. "Wasn't that here a lon g Trials of a Muck Write r our crest. The charter is kept In the For the bursar, like the ' registrar, ;!III!!UDIU,! ;,
time ago, Walter Huston and Fran- Registrar's office carefully rolled an d has a card index, There Is a card Il;;il Np
chot Tone, and—oh, no. That was A sigh, a sob, a weary snivel, locked in a long rod box . there for every student at the uni -
'Gabriel Over the White House ' ." I strive to write this utter drivel , Labour Savin g versity. On them are blue and orang e
"A little rest and quiet is all we Knowing that when they read th e Our University does its best to kee p tags. If you have only paid you r
need " chaff , up with efficient business methods. fall fees you have a blue tag but if a i luli !IG~!1111liININpQlikl l l!Ill lil i !I!IIIII!III!iIII!Ilfl!IIIIICIIIUiIIINIIIIIB IIIIIIIIIIIHIII;tIf!II!p~ii ;,.
And the 'Bare Pause" column i n My nearest, dearest friends will laug h In the same room as the charter is you have also paid your spring fee s uGlh,a~ll111011„' ,
the Daily Califorela perpetrated thi s Proclaiming thus to all about the addressagraph. This is used for there is an orange tag. So it can be : ,~lfi1!0
awful crime: That they at least can ferret out addressing envelopes to the Senate seen at a glance who owes those ex - I~GIJi l lI~~~f18~11~~iNIIIIIl41lII~Ri iffffIff1il!il 'H1I~IIIINI~i
"Many men smoke but Fu-Manchu . " A line or two provoking mirt h and the Faculty . Each member of tra two dollars .
Where others find an awful deart h
Of humor . the Church for its smugness and self -
Essays Theses And yet a dreary comfort this , Talnicoff Condone s content. "The Church is ineffective
French When others boo and even hiss
KAY MUIRHEAD My eforts on a higher plane Anti-Christian Acts socially," he stated.. Christianity wa r
(Continued from Page 1 )
TYPIN G Of humour than the common vei n
And others still take pains to sho w
become too much an attitude ; it re-
General Stenographic Wor k wih pipes through which the blood quires the flaying whip ofthin w ne
Their scorn of humour rather low .
of goats was pumped from a reser - clearly . The menace to Christianit k
Terms Moderat e thought to make it think, and
Work received in Arts Bldg., Oh be it high and pure as ai r y
Room A . Or broad and low as Victory Squar e voir. In pre-Revolution days ther e is within the Church itself, "
Night Calls, Bay. 2253 L. They grumble . were In Russia more holy relics than Debate a Farce
Jerusalem itself could have accom - Pleasant-spoken and convincing ,
odated . These included bones of St .
John of Patmos in such vast num - thequestions asked him . Replying to
young minister handled capably
RETURN ENGAGEMEN T bers that, if put together, they woul d a query as to what he thought of th e lls—_^
EMPRESS JAN . 25 to 31 have comprised a skeleton-army, and approaching Macpherson-Smith de-
several thousand gold - embossed bates, he said : "1 think it is a farce ! o ~,~~y~~~)~ii~~
THEATRE Matinees Saturday and Wednesda y hooves of the original 300 Gadaren e I have never seen anything goo
swine . The state religion of Russia , come of a debate. Religion is caughtd, Ill,~III68111111fi!!IIIIIiIiNi(RIIU~IIII!IVI„pal
THE SCOTTISH MUSICAL PLAYER S
"TAM O'SHANTER," Jan . 25th, 26th, 27th ' according to the speaker, was based not taught, and Aimee is no argu-
"THE COTT'ER'S SATURDAY NIGHT," 29th, 30t h on fear instead of fearlessness, Churc h ment for Christianity ." In answer to
"THE BONNIE BRIER BUSH," 31st—Mat . and Eve. and State joining forces to hold the another question he named hypocrisy,
$1.00, 750, 5Og—Plus Tax masses in Ignorance. in many cases unconscious, as th e
~~ entsas~ Normal Reaction outstanding fault of the Christian
MEVta :red With this in mind, the reaction is Church ,
THURS ., FEB 1, ONLY only normal . Mr. Talnicoff expressed
THE VIENNA BOYS' CHOI R a belief that the anti-Christian move -
Olreot from auroee—First bur abroad—Ice boys from the famous Choi r ment is not a menace to true Chris- What People Are
founded In 1411 tianity but rather to the false thing s Saying
$2.00, $1.50, $1 .00, 7S0, 500—Plus Tax in the heart of Christianity, and th e
Seat sal* (both attractions) now at Oonart euruu, J . W . Kelly Plano Co ., Ltd ., result, he feels, will be a sweeping Dr . Topping: "The modern crimina l
159 Granville et ., le . 7011, and Impress Theatre, Ten . 5710 . away of old-regime impurities . is a survival of the medieval gentle -
Sox office opens 10 a.m .
In closing, the speaker denouncedman ."
Pap Four THE UBYSSEY Tuesday, January23, 1934
Varsity Track Team Beats Victoria :
Varsity Hoop Squad NOTICE
Despite the fact that th e
Blue and Gold Men Show Clas s
Win Twice Beating weather prophet stated we
would have rain and light
winds, it snowed.' For that rea-
When They Defeat Victoria `Y'
B. & . W-Mc.-Frase r
eon, all rugby and soccer game s
were cancelled .
Barclay, Heron Stott, Shin e
Varsity Quintet Now
There will be a genera l —''----"+ Herb. Barclay Defeats Chuck. Cunningham
Lead the League meeting of the Men's Athleti c
Association on Wednesday noo n
THE WINNAH ! To Win Mile and Half Mile Title
in Arta 100 to review the ma- -'-N
Capt . Osborne Heads jor sports situation . Stewart, Stott, Roberts and Agnew Win Firs t
Scoring For Vofsity At this meeting the question
will be discussed as to whether
Places For Varsity
The Varsity basketball team agai n or not any major sport shoul d
be denoted as a result of soc- BY MORLEY FOX
had a double triumph over the week - Before a large and enthusiasti c clay pulled ahead to win, Northeott
cer's recent advancement.
end. On Friday they beatjdcKenzie • It is hoped that everyon e crowd, Varsity's track men won a securing second place. Finnemore of
Fraser 37-14 and on Saturdyr, tYl e will turn out in order that decisive victory last Friday night a t Victoria ambled in for third . Time
the votes taken may be rep- was 3.05 .
B. and W. 011 42 .21 . . the indoor track meet held in Vic- Victoria managed, to win the relay,
Osborne Taken for Ride resentative. toria . Bill Stott and Herb Barclay
which consisted of four 330-yard lapis .
The Friday gp le in New Westmin- starred for the Blue and Gold team,
Their men were Addison, Bentley ,
ster was rather a rough affair . The Barclay becoming the new B. 0. Rowe and McDonald and they tra-
Fraser Squad was laying for Bo b Soccermen To Clash A s champ, defeating Chuck Cunninghl'm versed the distance in 2.22 and 3-5
in the half mile . The meet was the
Our men were Roberts, Heron, Mc -
Osborne and gave him rather a hec -
tic time. But in spite of the ant'ag:
culotte efforts of the opponents, Var-
Soccer Heads For Playoffs largest ever held indoors in B . C . .
The Blue and field team won seven
Tavish and Stewart .
The Island City athletes also se- •
out of the ten events, and tied an - cured supremacy in the 50-yard hur-
sity had rather an easy victory . The Two more games, both in the Sci- other, showing wonderful form dles, Joe Addison making it fastes
opposing team had only 5 points wit h ence division will see the conclusion t
throughout the entire meet . Each
sewn minutes to go. However, a of the lnterclau-soccer competition . to the tune of six seconds flat, while
race provided lots of excitement fo r
last minute rally gave them a fe w The Arts league was won by Educa- Haddon Agnew and Gordie Heron of
the large crowd, and a band in at- Varsity followed for second and thir
more points. tion '34 when Arts '36 defaulted their d
tendance did its part in making th e places respectively.
The Westminster boys did not rel- game. The above gentleman is none other than Bill Stott, wh o meet a success .
ish defeat and in a fit of spite the y On Wednesday, Jan . 24, Science 38 , The shot-put was a clean-up fo r
starred in the track meet with Victoria last Friday night . There In the 50 yard ,sprint, Bill Stott and Varsity, Jim McCammon heaved the
let the air out of the tires of Varsity at present leading the Science league , Gordle Heron gave a wonderful ex-
oars . will take on the Aggies . This shoul d is a possibility that Bill tied the world's record in the indoor shot 44 feet 8 inches to put Victoria
hibition of speed . Stott paced off in the shade
Saturday's Game Quist be an interating contest since th e 50-yard sprint . Haddon Agnew followe d
The Saturday game at Varsity farmers are a fighting aggregation
. Victoria officials are measuring the course t o the distance in 4 :3 seconds. up with second place and Victori
There were eight starters in the race, managed to sgneeae a third in th
against the B. and W . 011 was a and are not beaten till the fina l determine whether Bill is a new world's champ in this event . but these two men pulled down firs t person of Thompson .
much more law chiding affair . The whistle goes. and second places for Varsity . Owen
students soon ran up a lead of te n Another close battle should be wit- Varsity's broad jumpers were th e
Bentley of Victoria finished third.
points but the Oilers cams throug h nessed on Friday, Jan . 26, when Sci- versatile Stott and Heron, Bill winning
with a nice rally to slightly decrease
that lead towards the end of the firs t
ence '36 and Science '35 tangle i n
what may prove to be the decidin g
E,iglish Ruggers To Huskies Down The Point Grey sprinters added an- after leaping 18 feet 4 inches
other victory to their list when Jo e Moore of Victoria came third .
Roberts won in the 220 . Bentley and
half. Varsity were only playing av- game for the championship of the The only injury in the meet was
erage ball and the score at half tim e
was 17-10 .
Science league .
All teams are requested to be o n
Meet In Knock-oat s U.B.C. Swimmer s Rowe came in second and third fo r sustained by J . Cousins of Victoria
Victoria . Bill Stott, running for Var-
in the high-jump. He and Haddon
sity, caused some excitement whe n Agnew of Varsity were tied . The y
During the second half the visitor s the field at 12 :10 sharp on the abov e U .B .C . splashels went down to de - he slipped and fell while taking th e
were very much outclassed, and the mentioned dates . Varsity Senior English Rugby were jumping off for first when
feat before a strong Washington first turn too fast . He recovere d Cousins sprained his ankle, and th
Blue and Gold boys romped throug h At the conclusion of the league the squad will engage in a knockout ser- himself, however, and continued the
to an easy victory . A few nice plays respective winners of the Arts an d ies against the remainder of th e swim team in Seattle last Saturday . race. The time was 29 and 2-5 sec .
event was called a tie ,
and some pretty shots from the are a Science division will play off for th e teams in the Miller and Tisdall Cu p The Washington boys copped ever y Variety was afforded by the pres-
In both the 50 and 220 yard sprints ,
of the foul line were the features o f Inter-class Soccer Cup and points first place to score a 52-23 triump h ence of teams from Cowichan and
leagues. Meralomas, Canadian rugb y our men found it hard to accustom Duncan . Those in the Cowichan Oly-
this period . The Oilers fought har d towards the Governor's Cup . Th e over the Blue and Gold narators . themselves to starting on a cemen t
for victory but they were unable t o play off will be a two out of three champion s have declined the invita - floor. It was necessary for men t o
mpic team cleaned up pretty well in
In the first race, the 100 yar d
get together well enough to eve n game series . tion of th e English Rugb y Union t o breast stroke, Washington copped th lay down on the floor, the competi-
the women's events . Boxing and
e wrestling also took place while th e
threaten the Varsity lead . play in the series . tors using their feet as starting sup - meet was in progress
first two places, and Moxon of Var- . All events wer e
Teams and Scores Varsity, who won more points i n sity came third . ports.
Varsity—Wright (2), Osborne (7) , NOTIC E league competition than any other Andison of the U . B . C . team came
run off snappily and after the mee t
Bardsley (2), McDonald (6), Will- Stewart Downs Addison all the competitors took a swim i n
oughby (8), Nicholson (6), McCrim- but feel that
It is absolutely essential that teamhavethe All Blacks, to win thsecond in the 50-yard free style, wit h
they a good chance e Washington taking the other two
In the 440 it was agreed that the y the Y pool.
mon (6), McKee (2) .—37. would start in the conventional man- The Blue and Gold team on their
Frasers—A . Dayy (3), Holmes (2) ,
all the sport teams co-operat e knockout series . The student squa d places . ner. Varsity copped all the honours return has nothing but praise to of-
Wilson (2), H . Davy, Bickerton (3) , with the Totem in keeping thei r feeling that they have improved wit h The Huskies also took the 200-yard in this race, Max Stewart beatin g fer concerning their treatment whil e
every start hope to take the North relay with time of 5 :51 ;6. In the 50 •
Douglas (1), Fraser, McKnight, Mil- appointments with the photo- Shore All Blacks . Victoria's crack runner, Joe Addison . in Victoria, and they certainly were
ler .—14. yard backstroke Wainwright took The crowd went wild during thi s elated at the size and enthusiasm o f
Varsity—Wright (5), Osborne (9) ,
grapher ; failure in this respec t As yet it has not been announced l third place with Washington comin g event. Don McTavish of the Blue the crowd .
Bardsley (6), McDonald (4), Will- will mean an inevitable and ser- who Varsity will play on Saturday . first and second . and Gold team finished third, th e And Last But Not Least
ious delay in publishing the an- The next McKechnieRep on Feb, will U .B.C . took two places in the 200 -
Cup game time being 59.2 seconds; good time
oughby (8), Nicholson (9), McCrim- Bill Stott enjoyed his meals twic e
be against Vancouver 3 . yard freestyle with Lund and Mines
mon (2), McKee (1),—42 . considering it was indoor racing. on the way over. He amazed fellow
nual, Out of thirty teams, so taking second and third places re-
B. and W.McLeod (3), D . Horton Varsity's men were certainly in th e passengers by hanging over the rail
(4), Thompson (2), Osborne (4), L . far only THREE have turned u p SOCCER CLUB spectively. Washington took the 50 - pink of condition . Bob Dixon, coach , the entire trip. Several old women
Horton, Gemmel (4), McLean (4) , at the right time to have thei r yard medley relay with time 1 :39:2 . gave them all a thorough rubdow n were under the impression that h e
There will be a general meeting Lougheed of U .B.C. took second place before the meet .
Sabine, CollWuw.21 , pictures taken . This sort o f today at 12 :10 In Arts 102. AU mom- in the diving event, which was th e was a travelling professor studying
Barclay New Champ sea-life. He may have been sick on
thing can go on no longer; the hers are salted to attend . last race to take place.
Herb Barclay piled up honour fo r the way over but he made Victoria
"Just Where The Bus Stop" Totem staff feel that they mus t Varsity when he defeated Cunning-
look sick when he got there .
Pt . Grey 67, Nights Calls MI . 1085L have some support if they ar e ham, B. C . champ, in the MO . Herb
R. Z. PATTZaSON, B.A. to succeed. did the distance in 1.19 and 2-5 . MEN'S GRASS HOCKEY
The mile wasn't even a race as fa r There will be a meeting of the
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER as Varsities were concerned . In the Men's Grass Hockey Club at 12 noo n
4419 W. Tenth Ave. 13 lap event, both Barclay and North- Thursday in Arts 102. AU club mem-
bays, Theses, Etc. French Soccer Shorts Friday the Varsity track club travelled to Victoria and cott lapped Victoria's last two me n bers are asked to be present.
just at the close of the race and Bar -
trounced a by-no-means incapable Victoria Y .M.C.A. squad,
SHOES REPAIRED WIDLE
Both our soccer squads received an almost doubling the score on their opponents. YOU WAIT
unexpected holiday over the week - LOST
end when Old Man Snow outdid Dal - By so doing they, in the opinion of this department, as- Six pages of Physical notes belong- ALFRED WALDE N
ton's famed Seagulls by spottin g ing to Vancouver Technical School , Beet Workmanship — Prices Righ t
Vancouver and vicinity to such a n sured themselves of a permanent berth amongst the majo r in a brown folder . Finder please SHOE REPAIRS
extent that play was entirely out o f sports of this University. Whispers have been heard that if the notify Wm . J. Williard, 6037 Trafal-
the question . 4483 West 10th Avenu e
gar street, phone Kerr. 2853 .
s— S promotion of soccer would cause the demotion of some othe r
Yours For Servic e
Chilliwack advises us that every - major, track would be the one to take the axe
833 Granville St. thing's "set" in the milk metropoli s . 1043 Granville Street Phone Seymour 2
Phone Sey . 5737 for our reception on the 31st of this All hope for a real stadium that would do justice to th e
To date the Farmers are on eve n only Canadian Varsity on the Pacific coast would have to be
terms with us, although we have a abandoned for at least a decade if track became a sub-majo r
higher goal average : in 1931 the y
drew 2-2 with us in Chilliwack, bu t sport. If any sport deserves a major rating it is Track .
The Accounts of th e lost by five goals to nil in Vancouver
in 1932 they beat us by the only goa l Besides the fact that Vancouver is one of the finest cities, Delicious Food, Fine, Wholesome Entertainment and Beautifu l
Faculty It Students of the match ; in 1933 there was n o
"Invasion" on account of advers e
with regard to its percentage of star athletes, in the Dominion , Surroundings
Arrangements made for Banquets, Afternoon Teas and
of weather conditions ; in 1934 we are many champions and potential champions are members of the Student Parties '
FRIDAY NIGHT, "FRATERNITY NIGHT "
confident of going ahead . student body of its University .
The University of Our Collegians provide extra good music every evenin g
British Columbi a Chalk-talk on Tuesdays and fiel d
No Cover Charge
A junior Canadian broad jump champion, a junior Can-
are welcomed by practices on Wednesdays is the Soc-
cermen's program for the next few adian discuss champion, and if reports are substantiated, a 50 -
BANK OF weeks . He has his own little locker
in the Fire-Hall dressing rom at last ,
so "Private, and close to the field "
yard indoor dash champion . What other sport can boast of suc h
nation-wide distinction amongst its followers ?
Hotel Vancouver Barber Sho p
MONTREALEstablished 181 7
is his way-cry now .
Wait till you see our goalie's ne w
"canary ;yellow" sweater . Mr . Horn
In regard to the interest shown to the various track act-
ivities on the campus, one need only recall the crowds attend- You are cordially invited to visit our barber sho p
and avail yourself of our adjusted prices.
WEST POINT GREY BRANCH ing the large track meets last year, the Arts '30 road race, an d
of Aud . 303 says you'll all turn gree n
Trimble and Tenth Avenue West with envy when you behold it—it' s the Arts '20 relay . Haircutting 35c Manicuring 50c
A . B . MOORE, Manager such a "ducky" colour .
So Short! Track is a major, and there it is going to stay .