Volume 2, No. 3 THE UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO & WATERLOO UNIVERSITY .COLLEGE, WATERLOO, ONT. November 6, 1959 ON 12 ,CLUB NOVEMBER ” J. Waldo Monteith was born or Privy Council on August 22, 1957. June 24th, 1903, in Stratford, On- The Minister of National Health tario, the son of Dr. and Mrs and Welfare has taken an active Joseph Dunsmore Monteith. ’ His part in community affairs. He early years were spent in thai was the first secretary of the city, where he received his prim- Stratford Boy Scouts Association, ary and secondary education. HE President of the Perth County attended Trinity College at the Children’s Aid Society, and Presi- University of Toronto, later at- dent of the Stratford Community taining his degree as a Chartered Chest. He has also been promi- Accountant. nent in county and city Progres- In 1933, Mr. Monteith and a sive Conservative Associations. partner established an accounting Mr. Monteith is a member of firm in Toronto, opening a second the Anglican Church and was office in Stratford two years later, warden of St. James Church, The existing firm of Monteith, Stratford, from 1938 to 19139. Monteith and Company dated The Health and Welfare Mini- from 1938. It now has offices in ster is maintaining a family tra- Stratford and Oshawa. dition in his active political In 1953, Mr. Monteith wa! career. His father, the late Hon. elected a Fellow Chartered AC. Dr. J. D. Monteith, was Mayor of countant. Stratford for two years and repre- From 1939 to 1941, Mr. Monteitl sented North Perth in the Ontario served as an alderman in Strat- Legislative Assembly from 1923 ford, heading the Board of Work: to 1934, during which time he Committee in 1946 and the Fin acted as provincial treasurer and ante Committee in 1941;. He play as minister of labour and public ed a prominem part in the city’: works. Mr. Monteith’s grand- wartime activities. In 1944 and father, Andrew Monteith, also 1945, he served as Mayor of Strat- represented North Perth in the ford. first Ontario Legislature in 1867 Following the war, Mr. Mon- and later sat in the federal House teith continued his interest ir of Commons from 1874 to 1878. civic affairs as a member of the The Politics Club cordially in- Stratford Public Utility Commis- vites all people on campus, both sion, serving as chairman of the faculty and students, to the meet- Commission from 1.947 to 1950. In ing, Nov. 12, Thursday evening, : 1953, Mr. Monteith entered the at 9:OO p.m. The meeting will be federal House of Commons ah held in the dining room at Willi- member for Perth constituency. son Hall. It is requested that as Following the general election many people as possible attend in of 1957, Mr. Monteith was given order to show our speaker the in- his present portfolio. He was terest of our students in political HON. J. WALDO MONTEITH, Minister of Health and Welfare sworn in as a member of the matters. N ,F,C.U.S. PRESS RELEASE The National Federation of Russian Embassy in Ottawa. we expect this tour will be 1ada this is no longer possible sy will be continued in the expec- Canadian University Students embassy had been most co- held without any difficulties. thus we wish to present the entire tation that it may yet be possible affirms that on June 30th six operative in helping to arrange We have remained silent on i story to avoid any missinforma- to have returned all the films or members of a group of twenty- the tour. Mr. Selevanof, Second this matter to date as we believed tion or have anything happen at least that portion which is not six on the Federation’s second Secretary, had assured partici- that this would most enhance the that might hinder the chances of objectionable. . annual Eastern European Tour pants that there would be no film recovering of the films. With the regaining the confiscated films. Mortimer S. Bistrisky, had their photographic films con- restrictions. To date we have return of the participants to Can- Contact with the S#oviet embas- National President fiscated at the Russian -Polish been unable to receive any posi- frontier. tive word on whether or not the film would be returned. The six, John Greer Nicholson (tour leader), Roland Lamontagne We have been told that the six (Laval), Don Wilson (Western must have broken some regula- Ontario), Burke Doran (Toronto) : tions and taken some objection- Richard Lavoie (Laval), and Al- able pictures. We most earnestly bert Marshall Harrison (Alberta) hope that the film will be re- were detained by Russian custom turned. If there are any pictures officials at Brest. Without any that were found objectionable this explanation their films were con- should not hinder the return of fiscated and no receipts issued. the other films. It must be stated They were, however, told the film, that it is possible that one or two after being developed, would be members of the group did. un- sent to the Russian Embassy in wittingly overstep the bound of Canada. In addition to this Burke regul.ations. We find it difficult to Doran had all his personal mail comprehend how this could apply (letters received from his mother) to all six. In any event this taken. After these were read they should not prevent the returning were finally returned. of non-objectionable shots, par- On learning of this most un- ticularly since not all the films fortunate incident I wrote the were taken in Russia. Some were Russian Ambassador on the 21st taken on the boat and in Helsinki. of July protesting this confisca- The group did not encounter tion and requested that the Em- any difficulties on the Polish and bassy investigate this incident and Czechoslovakian portions of the that the confiscated films be re- tour. turned immediately. CANDLELIGHT CE’REMONY-Taking part in the pinning ceremony for fresheittes of Waterloo Ccdlege It is our f&m belief that this were (left $0 right) Mary Curria of Toronto, senior representative; Janice Inglis of Kitchetner, fresh- Throughout the last two months regrettable incident will not pre- ette; Vi&i Groff of Waterloo, senior representative; Betty Lou Ramberg of Kenora, Peggy Nairn of we repeatedly tried to obtain in- vent future tours. Plans for the Toronto and Dale Perrin of Waterloo, sorority president. The ceremony took place ih the dining haJL formation on this matter from the third annual tour are being made -Record Photo Page Two November 6, 1959 In the, past decade there has been a vast amount of thought, discussion, newsprint and controversy devoted to the members of, and those aspiring to, the teaching profession. Much of the concern has centered around the education of a post-war population of children by teachers of a pre-war, QF INTEREST TO TIIE WOMEN thus smaller, population. This r is to be a “suggestion”. To combat the problem the Department of Education de- rather than an editorial and we vised a “milling” technique for the production of teachers, would appreciate your comments or letters. both at the primary and secondary levels of schooling. Ac- The formal dance is coming up companying this technique was a very attractive set of salary in December, and this of course ’ scales recommended by the Teachers’ Federations at both means the crowning of the levels. Compensations were made at the academic level for “Campus Queen”. Formerly, the those students seeking to become school teachers. One flagrant choosing of the Queen has been example of these compensations is the fact that the only by voting for your choice of one of all the girls on campus, with . students allowed to write supplemental examinations in grade the exception of the freshettes. thirteen are those who are proceeding to Normal School. On This year we would suggest that the basis of these factors and others, it is not difficult to the Phi Delta Pi have a prelimin- understand the rise in the number of students who plan to ary vote to select the ten best be teachers. candidates on the basis of appear- ance, personality and activities. However, a more important factor must be considered; We feel that the girls are in a the motivation behind a student’s desire’to be a teacher. Upon much better position to judge on being asked about their future many students state their this basis. After ten girls have choice of vocation or profession, but qualify this statement been selected, we would then post with.. . .,“and if not I will teach.” Motivation, if any in such their pictures, plus a few perti- cases, is very feeble. My name is James G. . . . and it ulous, but perfectly true - - eh, nent facts on a bulletin board in was my duty to interview Charley Vicki? the Arts building and in the Possibly in the past ten years a graduate could depend Chemistry building. This would Wus from the World University The policy seems to be the serv- on teaching as a “last on the list” choice of job and do so Service. Here is part of Charley’s ing of one meal on a plate and enable all the students to at least with definite assurance of obtaining a position, despite his conversation, (the rest is not another on the utensils, but one partially know the girl for whom individual or academic qualifications. However, plans by an ‘_ translateable fortunately). is compelled to take pot luck in they are voting. individual to enter a profession which deals with young, im- this procedure. For instance, the We feel that this would make “Ah so you are surprise I speak pressionable minds and the study of ideas, are certainly de- your language . . . But you see I day’s menu might be macaroni g the event more significant and la mode, one’s fork would prob- meaningful and would at least serving of a few vital convictions and the further ingredient come to you with most honourable Pleasure Van . . . I ah ride on ably. be covered with remnants of create a keener contest. of dedication. Mediocre forethought leads to a similar stan- yesterday’s Bolshoi Goulash, a If you feel as we do, please let top . . . of, how you say, ah yes dard of performance. I . . Honourable Pleasure Van. knife might have a slice of last us know, and we will approach It is necessary to submit that present indications lead You see I come here to print your week’s Shetland Pony steak ad- the Sophomore executive who are hering to it, and a spoon would in charge of the dance with the one to believe that the pendulum is swinging in the other last year’s yearbook on back of direction. Universities report a startling increase in regis- postage stamp if you ‘please. All possibly hold two fluid ounces of idea. ready I are sell head football last month’s greasy, greasy soup. tration at the Honour level of studies. Fast behind the filling What a mixture! And when you PI-II DELTA PI coach Hari Kari knife. I are sell of the shortage of teachers is a new set of standards upon complain of indigestion or pto-. Betty Lyn Boyle two dozen pair of chopsticks for which will be based a re-evaluation of curriculum and also, maine poisoning the doctor raises The turnout at our pinning students not desiring to use velly the selection of teachers. a stink because you ate so many ceremony and the very favourable gleasy knives and forks. Sell The era wherein one “might teach” as an alternative or many paper plates and ten tons different foods at one meal. Dot, remarks made by the girls about we have no choice! For non-latin the evening, certainly proves that j‘last resort” is fast waning. of flied lice; your students must be velly hungly, yes? scholars, the inscription on the the girls are enjoying their mem- front of the milk dispenser reads, bership in this sorority. The Also there is magnificent de- mand for stolen Faculty Parking “Drink milk for health-from our executive would like to extend dirty glasses.” their “thanks” to all the girls for stickers and stolen sil . . . oops Published by the Undergraduate Waterloo University students of the University College, at the Board of Publications, of Waterloo and Room 105, Willison . . . so solly mister Jim, please I respectfully ask Mr. Les their support and enthusiasm and Hall, Waterloo University College. Phone 4-8741. The opmions expressed are excuse . . . I forget, leave rick- Lumber to make an attempt to participation in all our past activ- those of the editorial and publication staff, and are not official opinions of the Students’ Council, or the Administration, unless otherwise stated. shaw with coolie running, stuck rectify the unhealthy situation to ities, especially the pinning cere- Editor : HAROLD BREWER in mud of Phizzix Building . . . some extent by providing clean mony. A special “thanks” goes to Managing Editor: MIKE WHITEHEAD Sports Editor: GLEN LUDWIG silverware and glasses. Hot water Halcyon McLeod, Betty Peurra, Business Manager: TOM FREURE Sports Columnist: MERRYLL GRAHAM Sayonara.” Advertising Mgr. : RON BERENBAUM Women’s Editor : DALE PERRIN is cheap and I am sure that if it is Laura Neff, Avanall Grant, Jean Engineering Editor: GARY LAMBERT Cartoonist: BILL POWELL Well folks. I can sympathize Murray, Isabel Simon, Barb a case of only unskilled labour Typists: gg$@ LEON, CAROLYN JOHNSON, AUSMA TEIGASTS, MARIE with Charles; I know I lost four- MacKay, Elsie Ramcharan, and . being available, a student would +qen golf balls there last Sunday. gladly spend a few minutes dem- Miss McGill. es indeed, but my little Austin For those of you who may not Alled right on through that onstrating the correct procedure for removing DIRT from knives know the members of the execu- .uck, giving me two light years tive, we are taking this opportun- forks, and spoons. t the gallon and not a bit of The trouble in the U.S. Steel ity to introduce them: SAVE 10% okeep. I’m proud to say that I Industry is now beginning to President-Dale Perrin vn an Austin. Secretary-Betty Lyn Boyle affect Can’adian firms, and unless On Your Christmtis Shopping Thanks Jim for a job well done, Id remember people . . . BUY a settlement is reached many kids Treasurer-Helen Young will be experiencing a bleak Senior Reps-Marry Currie, OPEN AN ACCOUNT mADIAN ! Vicky Graf Christmas. Unions are the same It is only six weeks since lec- Soph Reps-Marilyn McNeil1 No Interest or Carrying Charges lres started, but already the throughout the world, the re- semblance is striking! Avanall Grant ajority of students are express- Frosh Reps-Janice Inglis QIAMONDS OF QUALITY g dissatisfaction with the cafe- Last Thursday night, dressed in their new seven league boots and Andrene Shearer ria. These people have a legit- These girls have a full schedule off the shoulder Plumbers jackets, late complaint, and it is time Beam’s “Night Raiders” paid. a planned for the year. After the mething was done to remedy brief visit to the Arts Campus. fudge sale there will be a “game e situation. I Various signs, all showing great night” (November 18). This will The dining hall staff have emotional stress, were pasted in be held in the dining hall and loved on a few occasions that a Willison Hall; the door of Conrad Conrad Hall. Keep this date in cent meal can be served; why Hall was removed; and the dirty mind. We want your continued nfine this majestic achievement silver was taken from the dining participation in order to help three or f.our days a month? Hall. The only weak spot in the strengthen our sorority as well as ze incident in the dining hall ranks of these brave adventurers to have a lot of fun. st Tuesday proved just what was the pathetic individual who zights of absurdity have been made such an abortive attempt to CUES FROM CONRAD BEAUTIFUL SOLITAIRE AND j tached. A group of students conceal himself behind the piano, Geraldine Duquette MATCHING WEDDING BAND 1 SPARKLING DUET ere actually betting that a fel- thus revealing himself and ident- As your former reporter has In 14k. yellow or white gold. ,-u @Set in 14k gold. w student could not, and would ifying his collaborators. Fully Guaranteed and Insured. vacated her cell in Conrad in ’ ’ Fully Guaranteed and Insured. It, finish her meal. This is ridic- This column originated in order to continue her pursuit of Only $99.50 Pay $1 .OO Down - Weekly Only $150.00 Freure’s Rehabilitation Centre. knowledge in other fields, I shall LAYAWAY FOR CHRISTMAS Pay $1 .OO Down - Weekly try to take her place in reporting HERMAN LIPPERT (Continued from column 5) the activities of Conrad Hall. We MEN’S WEAR ous faded crepe paper streamers all wish Judy the best of luck in 10% Discount to Students retrieved from the float parade the future. 24 King St. E. - SH. 5-4572 of Homecoming Week can also be Various redecorating schemes Kitchener seen trailing limply from every have been carried out in the resi- central lighting apparatus. dence recently. Room 12 now Will the party who mistook the boasts n e w “wall-and-ceiling” Compliments of door of Conrad Hall as his own paper in the form of Iarge colour- possession and removed it to an ful travel posters. After many GRAW GRILL unknown destination please re- precarious window-sill manoeu- WATERLOO turn the same immediately? The vers the plate glass of R,oom 10 is We specialise in Chinese dishes halls are becoming extremely now almost transparent. Numer- 10 King St. S. - SH. 3-3404 draughty. (Continued on column 4) . wovemuer 0, 1737 rage I hree MEMO;RIES 2000 A.D. Last week, while looking OF ABDUL through I discovered an old trunk in the attic, a scrap-book that Editor’s Note: A new translator must have belonged to my grand- has been gratefully received in- father. In it was his description to the staff. of the university w’hich he at- AMyPetPeeve Part II: Abdul versus the tended once and which I am going to now. The only (similarities Steel-woqkers from L At Wsiterloo “I, Abdul ben Sonnagun, am between our universities is the Last Thursday night, the silverware was removed now fourteen years of age. These name: The University of Water- the cafeterias in Annex No. II and Willison Hall. It was ob- From the distance, one can see Such changes have taken past three years have; been very the perfect blend between man,‘: place since then that I feel that viously done as a prank. It was soon returned after the ad- satisfying, for I will soon have creations and nature’s designs, I must record a description of U. ministration posted notices to the effect that the Student One can see the modern buildings finished my studies in our first- class high school. I am really of W. today, perhaps for my Reserve Fund would be assessed for all expenses incurred, that are a credit to Waterloo; one looking forward to my entrance grandson to read. However, even though the silverware was quickly recovered can see the fields and trees that into the Napolean Engineering The three-hundred acre campus from the C.N.R. station locker where it had been cached, a give the university its perfect set- School in Mudville, Canada. My is in the heart of the’ industrial great deal of work and expense was the result of this so- ting. Here and there the green of father is still a steel-worker at metropolis of Berlin. The city grass sharply contrasts the brown called prank. that covers most of the grounds. Bethlehem. Right now, he is un- was on c e called Kitchener- During an interview with Mr. A. K. Adlington, he pre- happy, though, for some foolish Waterloo, but the name was Strange, that brown, one might men there are always telling the changed, as a commemoration, sented the administration’s side of the story. When it was wonder what it is. But there, boss-man that they want to have when Berlin in Europe was sac- discovered that the cutlery was gone, arrangements were there is the road that leads one better working conditions, more rificed to ease world tensions. made to rent substitutes which were delivered in time for to the university, that led ME to shekels per hour and less hours Even from the outskirts of the the university. That’s where it the noon meals. When the missing silverware was recovered in a week. I told my father that city you can see the tall, stately started and few places did it stop. it was so inter-mixed it required a whole afternoon’s work the first two desires did not seem administration bulding. Behind it As I walked toward the uni- too bad, but to try to have the is the huge parking lot for all the to separate the University’s from the College’s. versity, I looked forward to my number of hours in a day changed staff and student gyro-cruisers. The Student Reserve Fund which will have to make up first day at Waterloo. Suddenly was ridiculous. Transportation on campus is pro- the costs is an insurance policy for both the Administration my right foot squished, my left vided by the usual system of My father agreed compietely, and the Student Government. It is built up by withholding foot slid, my arms waved, my vari-speed moving sidewalks. and he also showed me why the books flew, and I cursed, which 30 cents from the Board of Publications fee and 15 cents from first two demands were not very The first building we approach was the only thing that kept me is the newest Physics centre con- the Engineering Activities fee which are paid by each stu- upright. When I was able tc reasonable. He said that already the steel-workers have got very tainin,g all the latest intelligence, ‘5 dent. At the present time it amounts to almost one thousand regain my senses I gazed with good conditions. They have all power and matter transmission dollars. It is used to protect the university against rash actions rather definite emotions upon one equipment. To the right is the the latest safety protection. Why, or bills incurred by student organizations, and by the student of the thicker areas of mud. Now Introductory Mathematics centre, each man stands on top of a tdnk government for protection against losses in student clubs and I have never really liked mud, in which the freshman, just out of of ice-water so that if anything nor have I ever enjoyed stepping grade eighteen, acquires the basic organizations. goes wrong, all he has to do is in it; but at this moment I had maths he needs, such as Cauch- While the administration is not opposed to pranks, it will an absolute hate of it. pull the cord and he is all coolqd off and out of the way. And how Riemann equations and theorems, insist that no damages will be incurred, that ‘no one will be This incident could have been sbochastic processes, Heaviside about that idea that I had to inconvenienced to to9 great an extent, and most of all, that forgotten had it not been that build the whole mill out on the calculus, and orthogonal functions. there will be no repercussions against the University. In other similar incidents kept occuring. lake so we sink the whole thirig Next, we have the Chemistry words, skylarks must show ingenuity, engineering and daring. For even with the most precise if our atom furnace went haywire. building group. I should note stepping I found it impossible to here that each building on the Remember BEER? But they had to have their preci- go through a day without stepping ous mill built on solid ground. campus is in itself, several build- Gary Lambert, ’ in mud. This can be understood Hah! They put it on top of a sand ings devoted to a particular Enginews Editor. if one knows that the “brown” dune in Hamilton at the edge of branch of the overall subject. For which covers most of the ground the lake, and now the harbour instance, the Chemistry building is 99.9% pure mud. authorities are telling us that we has sebarate analytical, structural, Mud from a distance doesn’j either stop moving out into the physical, surface, organic, poly- look too bad, in fact sometimes it lake, or we will have to buy mer and biochemical units within looks pretty godd, but look at it ship’s papers for the whole blasted the one building shell. A certain Lo and behold. We have caught to bring him in. Here ladies and up close, within a few centimeters. mill. acreage is allotted for each build- a thief! At least, we have partial- gentlemen is the handwriting of I have found, when cursing ing centre to prevent overcrowd- I was alarmed at the complexity ly caught him but it is up to you a thief. couldn’t keep me afoot, that mud ing. If even more space is re- of the situation so I immediately is UGLY when viewed from short began to draw up plans for the quired, a complete new building distances. And so if one thing ultimate mill, the steel mill that will be assembled reasonably near must go from Waterloo University would be designed with the work- the old one. it’s MUD. ers safety and pleasure in mind. Now I must leave for a class, R. D. Holohan Meanwhile, the situation had but if I find time, I will put Enginews rapidly decayed into a name- further descriptions into this callipg war. The workers said scrap-book for you. that the boss-man was stingy .and Artsmen Beware!! that he didn’t want them to have any shekels; the boss-man said CRESSMAN SHELL SERVICE A word of warning to the arts- that the workers weren’t really 100 King St. N. - Waterloo men about the coming football to blame for the trouble, it was Specializing in servicing game: bring all the first-aid equip- the Commune’s fault. Finally the hates mankind (took enough Foreign-make cars. For those of you who are in ment you can find! I have just steel-workers walked out, let the the dark, who have no idea whai knives to stab vs all) finished in,specting the Engineers steel harden in the furnaces. The all this jazz means, do let me is frustrated (now anyway, and football t e a m. The average boss-ma; got really angry, so he expla?in. This note was delivered who wouldn’t be trying to eat weight is in the neighborhood of called in Big M-Ike. to one Jack Buchanan as a result soup with a knife) 275 pounds, backed by an average Big M-Ike was on the boss- of a plea. The silverware was careless (left his fingerprints all 6’ 7%” frame. I know I wouldn’t man’s side because the boss-man stolen from the dining hall and over the keys) want to run into one of these had a lot of money. So, he got out WATERLOO unless it was returned tout de a sucker (taking the rap for his human steam-rollers! the old law books left to him by suite, we were going to be soaked cronies) George ben Washerman. It seems The plays the team has are (financially, that is) ! So along a showoff (took the door of the that a long time ago, a far-sighted fantastic and are designed to com- comes this sympathetic note indi- girls” dorm with the knives - shkepherder wrote a law that said HONEST SAM’S pletely baffle the opposing team. cating that the silverware would don’t worry though, it didn’t fit that any walk-out that jeopardized I would like to give you ?n’ ex- King St. North - Waterloo be found in a locker at the C.N.R. in the locker and so was de- the national economy was not too ample but if I did it would mean STATION; KITCH,ENER, and posited on the lawn of a well- good, so he said that everybody my life! These boys play for with the note was a key. known authority) goes back to work for a while keeps ! Yes, we have caught a thief! persistent (tried to come back for until things get straightened out. the spoons) I understand that there are There I go again. What I mean Big M-Ike passed the word and has short (about one-quarter of several St. John Ambulance units to say is that we now have the he told the steel-workers to get description of the thief from the an inch) hair (you can tell this available in this area which back on the job. But the steel- Hertz Rent-A-Car analysis of his handwriting and by way he doesn’t dot his I’s) gre ready to supply services for workers said that the law was no such a cause. Also, extra stret- 73 Frederick St. that anyone knowing the where- is rather stout (you can tell this’ good, because when it was writ- abouts of a character answering by the way he joins his letters zhers may be obtained from local ten, steel wasn’t as important to KITCHENER together) Civil Defence units. Artsmen, be SH. 3-1407 this description should immedi- the economy. Seeing my oppor- I and is very verbal (every time he preparkd and your casualty rate ately contact the student police. tunity, I came to Big M-Ike with opens his mouth he puts his won’t be so high. .* (Jack, Pab and Harry.) my plans. foot in it) The University of Waterloo ab- ‘Big M-Ike,“’ I said, “Your BLAYNEY PHARMACY WANTED By writing us this lovely little solves itself of all responsdbility workers want a safer job, and OPPOSITE POST OFFICE an Engineer (isn’t intelligent note, thief, you have confessed Eor casualties suffered in this more shekels and less time to Your Closest Drug Store enough to be an ARTSMAN) that you are a thief. The analysis game. After all, how can you work, right? I have here a plan with a leaky ball-point (mu& Jf your handwriting shows that nold the University responsible Eor the ultimate steel mill. With SH. 2-2672 have been purchased from the you are a thief. If you are ever for an artsman committinlg sui- ;his mill, the workers need never BOO’K STORE) found, you will be convicted as :ide? worry about safety or shekels a sucker for a sob stdry (like Tom 2 thief. And if you read this So, Engineers,-be sure to come sgain, let alone hours. What you CHUCKEN BASKET Dlontly ) article, over a couple of times, I Jut on November 11 to cheer your ;leed, Big M-Ike, is an automatic Union St. - Plaza yielding p&sonality (gave in to am sure that you will be con- team on to an assured victory and steel mill that doesn’t even need Waterloo superior forces -tqat of money) vinced that you are a thief. If watch the merciless slaughter of any lousy steel workers! lacking in imagination (and vo- there’s anything I hate, it’s a the artsmen. Ron Church, 10% Discount with Meal cabulary) thief! . Fred Clements, Enginews. Tickets Page Four 7&e emcl w-Ad+ I November 6, 1959 7 8 8 8 “CIRCLE K” has a familiar zation. It is growing so rapidly help in the pooling of resources It will be very interesting to last year’s team” ba ring in the ears of the students that ‘there has been organized an and ideas to aid the local clubs in see how the basketball and hockey see some of the old razzle-dazzle here at Waterloo. However, its Ontario - Quebec - Maritime Dis- their own function of service. teams fare this year. It will be type of play we had last year. real significance may yet be un- trict of Circle K to facilitate the Two years ago Waterloo sent a interesting because both teams With the hockey team it may known to most 04 our Freshmen member clubs ‘in the exchange of delegate to that Convention in have lost their key players and be a bit different. Last year was and, for that matter, to plenty of ideas and projects and to nurture Huntsville, Texas, and this past will be going along with a more a rather poor one for the boys as our other undergrads. I;t may in- the prospective clubs. August to Delaware, Ohio. Next balanced lineup. The question is far as winning goes. And yet terest you to know that Circle K Here on the Waterloo campus year’s delegation has to travel a whether there is that much ad- they too had some good players International is an organization of Circle K fills a definite need as considerably shorter distance be- vantage in having one player who who never really showed up to over 240 clubs in Canada and the seen in the service which it pro- cause the 5th Annual Convention stars over the others consistently their best advantage. The team U.S.A. with memberships varying vides. Examples of what this club is to be held in Toronto, Cana&. or not. will be counting on these return- from a minimum of 15’ to over 35. is doing include the annual Wat- Canada is receiving much adula- I am not taking anything away ees this year: such players as Circle K is not fraternal in na- erloo College Christmas Banquet tion for the manner in which its from the players on last year’s Norm McLean, Ted Witty, Vic ture now, although its prime ob- (presented on behalf of the service to. campus and community basketball team. They did quite Durish, Gary Brown and the jective is very’ analagous to that S.L.E.) and an annual Student is expanding. This year we have well but then when a team loses others. Along with the usual new- of a service fraternity. It is the Bursary which is offered in the (a) seven clubs and prospects of a consistent twenty point per comers, this team should be more university level of service that early part of the 2nd term to a many new ones; (b) formed a game man such as Terry Stewart balanced as well. But whether Kiwanis fills in the community. needy student who is not neces- District level of administration; it is bound to make a difference. it is balanced at a lower level or The idea for special service club sarily a B average individual. In (c) elected a Canadian Interna- And then too Paul Knox was not remains to be seen. So it is simply a matter of dis- work on campus originated at order to raise this money, the club tional Vice-President; and (d) considered Mr. Hockey for the cerning whether an individual Pullman, Washington, in 193161and operates such projects as their been selected as the site of the Mules last year. for ten years the Pullman Ki- Hallowe’en Dance - this year International Convention. Perhaps there will be rookies star who is much better than his wanis Club sponsored the Circle postponed to sometime in early to take these leaders’ places. But team mates makes a team click. One further word of explana- I, for one, do not think so. I am K Fraternity. November - and later in the tion and clarification to you the what is more likely to happen is that the teams will pull together looking forward to seeing both The first Circle ‘K Club was year a Car-Wash for the faculty reader! There has been in the more as a unit rather than de- teams in action this year just to founded in 11947 at Carthage Col- and students. past a tendency on the part of pending on one person to score see if I am right. The basketball lege in Carthage, Illinois, and the The motto of this organization those who are not Circle K-ers to their points. Such players as Alf team should win as many games movement began to spread rapid- is “We Build” and this year’s misinterpret their endeavours, Spricenieks and Bob TImmpson as last year. The hockey team, if ly to other areas. In the same special adaptation of that motto and to regard them as a sort of . and others are capable of coming they can find a goaltender, should ‘year Circle K was instituted at is “We build individual maturity”. union of mutual back-scratchers up with big games. With many of improve at least a little. As I London on the campus of the Uni- The constant objectives of Circle of whom it might be said “they 1versity of Western Ontario. A K International are: are like Euclid’s definition of a WATERLOO vs O!lYTAWA BOWLLNG special Kiwanis International 1. To emphasize the advantages point: It has no parts and no Last Saturday afternoon, at Newman club is having a bowl- Committee on Circle K Clubs of the American and Canadian magnitude - just position.“. Now Brewer Park in Ottawa, the ing party next Friday, Nov. 6th. was created in 1952. Two years way of life. this is certainly not the case. Per- powerful Ottawa University de- There will be bowling at the later the Circle K Clubs became 2. To provide an opportunity for haps another analogy might suit feated a determined Waterloo Towne Bowl, Ottawa St. (at King united into what is now known leadership training in service. to describe them better as they College squad 19 - 5, before a St.), Kitchener from 7-9 p.m fol- as Circle K International. 3. To serve on the campus and in attempt in their small way to be small crowd. lowed by a house party. ?“rans- In Canada there are presently the community. of ‘service. “They act in the spirit In. the first quarter Lannault portation will be provided from seven clubs, located as follows: 4. To co-operate with the ad- of the fly that bit the elephant took* Targosz’s kick and ran it the King’s Bowl to the party. All 1. University of Western Ontario, ministrative officers of the on the tail. When the fly was back to his own 40 yard line. present and prospective members London. educational institutions of asked whether he expected to kill After McIntyre, ran for 15 yards; welcome. 2. Ryerson Institute of Techno- which the clubs are a part. the elephant he replied, ‘No, but Robinson broke loose for a 45 logy, Toronto. 5. To encourage participation in I notice that I made him look yard T.D. gallop which put Otta- 3. Canadian Memorial Chiroprac- group activities. around’.” wa in the lead. Waterloo fought back and gain- PATRONIZE I tic College, 4. Waterloo Waterloo. Toronto. University College, 6. To promote and high scholarship. 7. To develop good fellowship aggressive citizen- You too can be a Circle in your own right simply K-er by be- ed 2 points on a safety touch, ing on the alert. If you see some- when a bad snap to Blockadder 5. Carleton University, Ottawa. ship and the spirit of service went When astray Blockadder into the end-zone. tried to run it OUR 6. Eastern Technology, Ontario Ottawa. Institute of for improvement relationships. of all human thing that needs to be done on the campus shirk of this university, the responsibility don’t that rests out he was tackled by Stewart 7. Western Ontario Institute of 8. To encourage all students to on your shoulder. There are a and Targosz to make the score j Technmzy, Windsor strengthen their tie to the multiplicity of areas in which you, 7 - 2 for Ottawa. These clubs came into existence religion of their choice. too, can serve this campus and With Dryden, Archer an d in t nis order, with W.O.I.T. join- 9. To afford useful training in community. Simply ‘look around?, Rosenberg leading the attack, ing us this October. the social graces and person- and don’t mouth the words of the Waterloo moved to the Ottawa 26 Already there are prospects of ality developmerrt. yard-line kicked where a field goal to make Bill Tremaine the Swan Cleaners clubs at Queen’s McMaster, University as well as in Montreal and 10. To encourage ideals of Kiwanis and promote Internation- the pseudo-Isaiah who here am I; send George!” says, ‘“Lord, score 7 - 5. limited and the Maritime provinces. So al. Ronald C. Smeaton, Early in the third quarter after you can readily see that it is an Each year, in August, an Inter- Vice-President, McIntyre rolled for 25’ yards and FOR THE FINEST IN enthusiastic and growing organi- national Convention is held to Circle K, International. Robinson for 20 yard,s, a pass to DRY CLEANING Benoit in the end-zone gave Otta- AND II wa a 13 - 5 lead. SHIRT LAUNDERlNG With Yarmey and ‘Archer lead- ing the Waterloo attack the locals 239 King St. N. moved to the Ottawa 20 but then Waterloo ATTRACTIVE CAREERS in FEDERAL PUBLIC they fumbled it away. , Late in the quarter put an end to the Waterloo Robinson hopes SERVICE for when he cut loose for another spectacular run for the third ClVlL SERVICE CdMMlSSlQ OFFICERS Ottawa score. The convert was blocked and Ottawa led 19 - 5. Junior Administrative Officers Foreign Service Officers for It was a costly loss for the Economists and Statisticians Citizenship aad Immigration, Waterloo squad, who lost the services of hard-fighting defen- Dominion Customs Appraisers External Affairs, Trade and sive Captain, Don Targosz for the Trade and Commerce Officers Commerce. rest of the season when he in- jured his knee late in the first Finance Officers Archivists half. Also lost to the squad was hus#tling Fred Tice. These posts offer interesting work, numerous opportunities for Next week Waterloo clos,es the advancement and generous fringe benefits. season when they play the league leaders, 0. A. C. Redmen, in STARTING SALARIES $4140 AND $4200 Guelph. Undergraduates in their final year of study are invited to apply SOCCER - Although Waterloo dominated but appointment will be subject to graduation. Students from all faculties are eligible to compete. the play for most of the game, Dave Nathan was the only Water- loo player who hit the goal. Ryer- WRITTEN EXAMINATION, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14 son capitalized on their two best Patronize opportunities to score and then Details regarding the examination, application forms and descriptive held on to their lead, desperately. Your Nearest folders now available from Pablo Matchetzkie was the star of the soccer squad, with Fred Sports Goods Dealer PROF. H. OVERGAARD ROOM 212 ARTS BUILDING - Rehse and Alf S’pricenicks taking Less 20% to Students OR part in many of the best plays. Waterloo meets McMaster on CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, OTTAWA Wednesday on the lower campus. Here’s hoping that this isn’t a if you write to Ottawa, please specify the classes in which you are mud-bowl like the last game; then Cor. King and Young Sts. interested and quote competition 60-2650. we’ll see some good soccer being SH. 2-504 1 WATERLOO I played.
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