VOL. LXVII                                            VANCOUVER, B .C ., THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1960                                                                             No . 3 7

               THESE . PEOPLE REFUSE D
               A FREE STUDENT PRES S

                           NO                          NO                          NO                                                    NO

                          NO                            NO                         NO                                                    NO
          By IRENE FRAZE R                    There is no suggestion that               members of the editoria l       freedom of the press has been cil of McGill University approvs
              CUP Editor                   the AMS does in fact dictat e                board only those individ-       suppressed.                        ed the charter "in principle, "
                                           editorial policy-- . only that it -i s       uals who are responsible          At the University of Ottawa , but balked at incorporating a
        The AMS chose Monday night
                                           able to .                                    in AMS opinion .                the student council came close guarantee of press freedom into
    to deny the Ubyssey editoria l            However, since the AMS hold s
    freedom because of an anti-                                                      The result would be a situa-       to censuring one of the editor s its constitution .
                                           the purse strings, it does not, of tion wherein the Ubyssey ca n             of its French - language paper ,      Editor-in-chief of the McGil l
    quated stipulation in its consti-
                                           course, wish to ,relinquish con- have both revenue and complet e             La Rotonde, who had demande d Daily, Roger Phillips, pointed .
    tutiolL                                trol . AMS fears a situation in editorial freedom while the AMS
        A motion that the AMS adop t          The                                                                       the rafting of the charter .       out that any freedom of -the
    the charter of the student press                                                                              n       Michel Beaubien told dele- paper at present is completely
                                           which the Ubyssey, being solely having exercised discretion i                gates to the CUP Conference nullified since the council is
     in Canada was defeated on th e                                               selecting an editorial board, can
                                           responsible for its content ,                                                that,auch a charter was essentia l fhee to change the McGill Daily
     grounds that the charter is re-                                              allow these 'individuals free4oin
                                           should print libellous material .                                            because of "certain influences constitution when it wialled.
     pugnant to the AMS constitu-          This would result in the suing
                                                                                  with an easy conscience .
    tion .                                                                           Perhaps, had the CUP char-         that oblige French-language pa-       He termed council's failure t o
                                           of the AMS, as publisher .                                                   pers to adopt certain attitudes assert editorial freedom in th e
        The charter, published in th e        It is the opinion of the edi- ' ter not been contrary in some
     Ubyssey, Jan . 8, states tha t                                                                                     for fear of reprisals . "          student society constitution
                                           torial board (with the exceptio n respects to the AMS constitu-
     `"while the student press is a        of one unrealistic dissenter) that tion, somie persons on our stu-
                                                                                                                           After some argument, th e "rather incongruous .'
     function of the student govern-       the AMS's refusal of the char- dent council, who have bee n
                                                                                                                        Council passed ,a motion stating      In the opinion of thO,Ubyssey' s
     ment or of the university ad -        ter, with no attempt at a reason - influenced by interested persons
                                                                                                                        that it considered Beaubien's editorial board, the Matter of
     ministration, this should in n o                                                                                   statement as •a personal , opinion freedom of the press cannot be
                                           able solution, is typical of th e outside the Ubyssey and official-
     way be allowed to impair the                                                                                       and that it did not reflect thos e under-rated, especially at the
                                           uncompromising nature if thi s ly unconnected with studen t
     freedom of the student press . "      administrative body.                   council deliberations, would stil l   of the Council even after the Ievel of the university pape r
        This charter, which wa s                                                                                        intercession of Jean Carriers, ' which has often been termed
                                           soul which is, at present , have voted to condemn the char-
     passed by a unanimous vote of                                                                                      Editor-in-Chief of La Rotonde in the last out-post of one of the
                                           swaddled in foam rubber . Dr . ter .
     all 24 member papers of the                                                                                        Beaubien's behalf.                 freedoms so essential to our de-
                                              Surely a logical solution lie s        Regrettably, UBC is not the
     CUP, is based to a great extent                                                                                       The attempted censure is the mocratic heritage .
                                            in this :                             only Canadian university wher e
     on the constitutions of both the                                                                                   latest in a long series of donny- The Mere fact that all the
     student press of the U .S .A . an d       1. that the AMS change the                                               brooks between the Council and member universities of the CU P
     of the World Student Press .                 constitution to allow th e                                            La Rotonde, which have result- were in complete agreement in
        In theory, the AMS is able to              Ubyssey editorial freedom ,
                                                                                                                        ed in the firing of five student drawing up the new constitution .
      dictate every word which_ i s            2. that the AMS and the edi-
                                                                                                                        editors in the past two years.     is indicative of its importance t o
     printed in the Ubyssey because                torial board accept the
                                                                                                                          The Students' Executive Coon- all students everywhere .
     it is the publisher .                         code of ethics drawn up by
        Hence it cannot recognize th e             the CUSP as it applies t o
     section of the charter whic h                 the Ubyssey (which is alit
      calls for complete editorial free-
     dom .       "
                                                   ready the case),
                                               3. that the AMS approve as
                                                                                                                        Nominations For AMS .
        Nesbitt Prophesies                                                                                              Presidency Now Open
                                                                                                                           Nominations for next year's       scheduled for Wednesday, Feb-

        Another Socred Win .                                                                                            AMS President are now open .
                                                                                                                           Also included on the first
                                                                                                                                                             ruary 24 .
                                                                                                                                                               Other councillors and student
           By DICK SCHULER                  are adequate to the times i n                                               slate will be the positions o f      officials will be appointed at th e
                                           which they live. I honestly don't                                            Secretary, First Member, and         joint council meetings in March .
       The Social Credit Government
                                           think Premier Bennett has an y                                               Undergraduate Society Chair-
    will not fall apart at the nex t                                                                                    man . Nominations for these open
                                           ulterior motive in his hydro-
    provincial election, Vancouver
    Sun columnist James Nesbitt
    said Tuesday at the Progressive
                                           power policy . He is full of lif e
                                           and color and has a great sense            HANS-KARL PILT Z
                                                                                  Lecturing music professor ,
                                                                                                                        Wednesday next week .
                                                                                                                           Nominations for the first slate   'tween classes
                                           of drama . But I don't think the                                             close Thursday, February 4 at
    Conservative Club .                                                                                                                                      UCC GENERAL MEETING
                                           government is corrupt ."                The newly, established U .B .C .     4 :00 .
       "I am not horrified at our gov-        "I don't think the Conserva-       Collegium Musicum will begin                                                   Election of Vice president an d
    ernment ; public welfare has im-                                                                                       Voting takes place on Wed-
                                           tives and Liberals stand a chance     a series of demonstrated lecture s     nesday, February 10 .                P .R .O .Eu 205 .
    proved," Mr. Nesbitt told an           in the next election," said Mr .      noon .
    audience of 65 students . He em-       Nesbitt," because there are to o         The lectures, which are ope n          Nominations for the secon d
                                                                                                                                                             WORLD UNIVERSITY
    phasized that he is not a politi-      many parties and the C.C .F. i s      to the public, will be given b y       slate close Thursday, Februar y
    cian and cannot, as a journalist ,                                                                                  11 .
                                           still the hard core of the op-        Hans-Karl Piltz of the univer-                                                "Japan's Place in the World
    be for one party and against           position . The Conservatives          sity's music department, in th e          Positions to be filled on this    Today" is the topic for panel
    another .                              can ' t throw out Mr . Bennett ; I    Music building on Universit y          slate are Treasurer, S e c o n d     discussion today at noon in Bu-
       He told his audiece some of         feel quite positive about that ."     boulevard near the West Mall .         Member, and the Presidents of        chanan 104 . Moderator will b e
    his reminiscences as a long-time          Mr . Nesbitt continued tha t          The three lectures will be          MAA, WAA, and AWS .                  Prof . R . P . Dore of the Asia n
    political observer in the provin-      there would be more fun and           given on January 29, Februar y            Voting takes place on Wed-        Studies Department .
    cial capital . He found, among         color in the Legislature if the       19, and March 25 . Their res-          nesday, February 17 .                            *    *    *               .
    others, Mrs . Rolston and Duff                                                                                         Nominations for the positions                                       f
                                           Liberal and Conservative leaders      pective subjects will be, "The
    Patullo to be the most colorful                                                                                                                          DEBATING UNION
                                           would at least have a seat there .    Violo . as a Solo Instrument in        of Co - ordinator of 'Activities ,
    politicians in recent B .C . his-                                                                                                                          General meeting 12 :30 Thurs.
                                           But in their present position         the Baroque," "Chamber Musi c          Chairman of UCC, Vice Presi-
    tory .                                                                                                                                                   day, Bu. 222 .
                                           they are virtually impotent ; no-     in the Early Classic period, " an d    dent, and Executive Member
      'As for the present govern:                     See NESBIT T               "Music of the , Early Renais-          close on Thursday, February 18'.
                                                                                                                                                                  (continued on page 4
    ment : "I find most governments                (Continued on Page 8 )        sance:"                                   Voting on the third slate is          See TWEEN CLASSES


          Cx11 TWO                                                                       , THE      .UBY'SSE Y                                                     Thursday, January .21, 196 0

         Till UPYSS
     Anthorazed as second class mail by Post Office Department, Ottaw a
                                                                                       Editor ,
                                                                                                 LETTERS TO .

                                                                                       The Ubyssey, .
                                                                                                                                              THE .            EDITO R

                                                                                                                            minded, there are other thing s mistakes come mostly from mid-
                                                                                                                            in life and- there are other in- get thinking . He has taken fo r
                                                                                                                            terests, which may appeal t o truth basic assumptions whic h
                                                                                       Dear Stimulated :
              MEMBER CANADIAN UNIVERSITY PRES S                                                                             more and still be high in qual- are unjust to his conclusions .
                                                                                          I have been stirred by th e
                                                                                                                                . Ubyssey is plenty adequat e He first assumes that universa l
       -Published-three times a week throughout the University year in Vancouver
      by the Publications Board of the Alma Mater Society, University of B .C .        bastard outcrys of two disgruntl- ity
      Editorial opinions expressed are those of the Editorial Board of The ubyasey     ed art students ; this blue mani-    in critical and literary topics , education (everybody goes t o
      and not necessarily those of the Alma Mater Society or the University of B .C.                                        though they may be low in school) seeks to be "beneficial" .
                                                                                       festo I cannot ignore and I- hop e
          Telephones : Editorial offices, AL . 4404 ; Locals 12, 13 and 14 ;                                                quality . Perhaps Mr . Nixon This establishes a nice basis fo r
      Business offices, AL . 4404; Local 15 .                                          you will accept my humble
                                                                                                                                                             h a skillful debater ; could not edu-
                                                                                       opinions on the standards of the means better journalism, whic
                         Editor-in-Chief : R. Kerry White                                                                   the Ubyssey could certainly use . cation be otherwise in its ob-
                                                                                       Ubyssey . Since this paper wa s
                                                                                                                            Mr . Nixon does have good rea- jectives? survival, achievement ,
                                                           Elaine Bissett              directed to "a definite minor-
             Associate Editor	                                                                                                                                - etc . Is it customary to think o f
                                                                                       ity" of thinkers, permit me a s son to dislike the petty "tug-of
             Managing Editor	                                Del Warre n
                                                                                       an Arts student, not on you r        war" articles, perhaps he shoul d education as beneficial? - Mr .
             News Editor _ .__                   _	        John Russel l                                                    have pointed out the excess . of Vickery also blandly assumes
                                                            Irene Frazer               staff, to bring up a few pointers .
             C .U .P . Editor	                                                                                              satirical captions, wisecrack s that New Yorker magazine has
                                                                                       I take it for granted that yo u
             Club's Editor	                                 Wendy Barr                                                                                          the only literary merit, whic h
                                                                                       have read this bulletin and are penny ante puns and witty re-
             Features Editor	                               Sandra Scott                                                    marks . I doubt if making th e indicates that bourgeois cultur e
                                                                                       disturbed as I, at the trepi d
             Head Photographer	                             Colin Landie                                                    paper stimulating through more has been badly shaken . So what ?
                                                                                       impression it makes on an Arts -
             Photography Editor	                           Roger McAfe e                                                    aesthis articles would be a rea- I hope I am not taking advan-
                                                                                       man .                                                                    tage in that Mr . Vickery is no t
               Senior Editors: Irene Frazer and Frank Findenig g                          First, I must admit surpris    e sonable basis for improvement .
                                                                                                                                                                                  ; but the fact is
                                                                                       to the ingrown conflict whic h          Mr . Nixon questions the neces- here to retort
                                Reporters and Desk :                                                                                                            when you talk about such topics
                                                                                       Mr . . Nixon and Mr . Vicker y sity of advertising in the paper . as these and arrive at set eval-
        Derek Allen, Fred Fletcher, Pegi McCallum, Allen G raves ,                     must have undergone to hav e If a paper won't be good wit h uations, it merely becomes per-
         Bob Hendrickson, Diane- Greenall, Pete McLaurin, . Gar y                      taken all that trouble to publis h ads in it, it won't be any bette r
                                                                                                                                                                sonal hypothesis .
          Keenan, Jeanie Dunbar, Brad Crawford, Jerry Pirie ,                          their own little bellyaching i n without the ads . If the staff says
                                                                                       an illegitimate sheet of mis- advertising is necessary for the               Now get this punch line : . . .
           Hildegarde, Dick Schuler, : John Russell, Tallulah, Sir
            Vladim r Elias Von Romanchych, Sabrina, our "sin e                         guided psychological growth     .    papers expenses, so what, th e Mickey Spillane and Erskin e
            quo non", Bill Rainer, and other unidentifiable objects .                     There are some points the y A .M .S . is not aplenty wit h Caldwell are our le a d i n g
                                                                                       put forth which show that th e money, nor is the University.             authors ." Later we get another
                                                                                       motive is frustrated social needs .                                      line of trite in the form of a
                                                                                                                               Mr . Nixon says Ubyssey mus t lurid epigram "Beyond a doubt ,
       On Bre                        the Ice                                           This attempt at a sensationa l not cater to the masses ; tha t
                                                                                       outburst, a private crusade, dis- " . . . you must bring the leve l Gresham's law is as applicabl e
            The dunking which three unfortunate individuals receive d                  plays abnormal thinking ; eithe r of the students up to the qual- to literature as to money . "
      Wednesday noonindicates one thing : the little boys with thei r                  this or the unhappy duet hav e ity of your newspaper . . . yo u These truisms don't stimulate ,
      plaintive " who are we? " and -equally plaintive - reply, " we are               failed to expand their idea s do not let them degrade th e they are interesting but they
                                                                                       through outside arguments .                                              don't stimulate . It does stimulat e
      the Engineers, etc . " , are growing up . The short entertainment                                                     level of newspaper down to aver -
      they - pro:vfded Wednesday was original and executed with                           They seem to have arrived a t age student, to please every- interest into the autheor's anti -
      finesse . The usual "heave-ho " dunking was discarded, an d                      their conclusions through bitte r body . . . result . . . you do not social psychology .
                                                                                                                                                                   I see no reason why Messrs .
      iwne too soon, for it had reached the point- where it wa s                       self . resolution, in fact thei r stimulate . . . you stagnate thei r
      merely an inconvenience to the victims and a bore - to the                       ideas seem - to come from Vic- minds . . . . so that the next time Nixon and Vickery or any on e
      spectators .                                                                     toria College fervor ; without my there is even lower average to else should stab Ubyssey in th e
                                                                                       insults, whht - they consider is CATER to . . . . HENCE . . . a back with a disabled issuances.
       • , -The individuals responsible for capturing the Editor did
                                                                                       the low quality of Ubyssey , lower quality newspaper ." There Did they mean to- stimulate ins
      not, as they were wont to do in the past, rush down to the                       however . wrong, is sincere . I is a basis for Mr. Nixons argu- terest or argument? Self glory:?
      M. ssey offices, rending destruction in every direction, but
         .                                                                             leave off name calling, to dis- ments, but his stepping out o f                        B . LUM, Arts IV.
      they waited patiently for the Editor - to come- to them—which                    cuss some of the thoughts that bounds to consider that "cater-
      146 'unwittingly did . -           -                     -
                                                                                       Messrs . Nixon and Vickery have ing to the masses" is now the Editor,
             t must be said, however, that these Barnums and Bailey s                  developed ih their thumbsuck- mere object . Service and journal- Dear Sir :                         -
      could be a little more original in their choice of victims: Wh y                 ing ; being their fellow Artsma n ism are the good qualities in a             HURRAH ! ! ! A revolt over -
      TISPt carefully . select a few of the more apathetic councillors ?               brings me into this intrique.        paper, it is not meant to be a the library muddle .
      4 goad dip, in ice water just might wake them up .                                  In the beginning, these two literary paper . Ubyssey ha s                 Any action can only be an -
                                                                                       have a somewhat conceited atti- made honest, but unsuccessfu l improvement to the present in -
      Fence                                                                            tude that their statements were and clumsy attempts to im- difference . Let us shoot all th e
                                                                                       not published merely becaus e prove its standards .                        social conveners and their
            The complaints which have reached this office through                      they were "controversial" . Hu-                                            courts and let us not forget
      various channels in connection with the marring system gen-                      mility is a virtue ; maybe th e         Evidently Mr . Nixon is anti - the stacks where also many o f
      erally used on this campus bring a few questions to mind . Wh y                  editors may have decided tha t sports . To judge a paper solel y these old talkative and sub-
      is it that when a student wishes to ask his instructor why he                    printing the letter would brin g on its ability to stimulate (his) versive elements hang out .
      xeceived a particularly low mark on his examination, the in-                     too much shame to its authors . thinking is unfair . To call fo       r
      straictor is unable to supply the answer? Why does the instruc-                  Fortunately, the authors kep       t the dropping of sports, Nixon' s           "WHO TALKS SHAL L
      tor, in many instances, revise the mark in the student ' s favor ?               carbon copies . If this pair felt "animal activities", and "why                        PAY ! ! !" ,
      Is thiis an admission that perhaps the highly paid marker migh t                 so strongly about the Ubyssey should we be concerned with
      nat know his business? How can a student -receive - widely dif-                                                                                                     A SILENT OBSERVER.
                                                                                        I will be the first to defend ' sports at all" is as narrow-mind-
      f rent marks for essays which were written with approxi-                          (as I'm sure editors will) thei r ed as an liberal educated Arts -
      mately the same amount of ability and care?                                      rights to contribute or to work man can get . Other items on
                                                                                                                                                                   The Editor ,
           Berbaps a number of the markers doyi't know their busi-                      on the paper . They show valid      Mr . Nixon's void : " . . . Are w e    Dear Sir :
      ness. Pexhapp the jobs are indiscriminately handed out to an y                    enthusiasm on the surface, an d not past the comic book stage ?              Don't you and all the othe r
      and-all- who- can produce a document with B .A . stamped on                      they have good writing qualities . (how trite) . . . devote the pape r students really think that it
      it. Perhaps the time has come for an investigation of the entir e                 They forget that the Ubssey is mainly to critical articles- . . .         would be a wonderful thin g
      marking system .                                                                  also a public service paper, no t I may not be fair to 1Vjr . Nixon' s to donate Thunder to the caus e
                                                                                        just an organ for the Artsman , article by clipping out his bi g of research?
       A Challenge to Duty -                                                            or the Raven . The Ub&sey is boners, but the essential bitter-                              C . ADDAMS .
                                                                                        put out by unpaid students, who ness- and mistaken grievance s
             A number of €aou ilty. members have been approached by                     unlike the duo dissenters, fin d are too persistent to ignore, an d
                                                                                                                                                                 Editor ,
      editors of the Ubyssey since September arid asked it they woul d                  themselves enough sincere en-        too many to put all down. Thi s        Nothing in your paper ha s
       like to submit articles for the Editorial page . Thus far we                     thusiasm to SERVE . Responsi-        is not the time to argue brai n nauseated us quite so much a s
      haven't received one and very, very few for other sections of .                  bility starts where moaning an d v .s . brawn, .etc ., but Nixo n your recent repulsive articles o n
       the . paper . I suggest, then, that " lack of time " is just a poo r             groaning ends .                      seems to have reduced the is- that highly unnecessary item—
      enthuse . I also suggest that these learned genlemen are mor                         We all respect Vic College , sues by as much as I have re- Barf . If you can't find anythin g
      ctQneernedi with keeping their positions at UBC than they ar                      but the parallel Nixon draw s duced his article into so man y more intelligently inspired fo r
      with creating      a little honest discussion .                                   with it and UBC is inadequat e excerpts .                                the Ubyssey than your repug-
            Much as we would dislike to. have -a campus newspaper ru n                  and prejudiced with pride . Econ-                                        nant dissertations on that sub-
                                                                                                                                Going on to Mr . Vicky's ar- ject may we suggest you dis-
       by members of the faculty, we fail to see how any harm coul                      omics differences between th      e
                                                                                                                            ticle "On Universal Education " continue the paper.
      -come from a limited number of penetrating articles written b y                   two are immense, and it doesn' t
     -_them. May this therefore serve as a warning: those of you wh                     just stop at UBC being ten time s It sure is some nigh and mighty                 Unanimously, Us ,
       have not as yet been approached, soon will be . And pleas e                      the size of Vic College . The cir- Artsman's attitude, though his                     III ARTS .
       accept the challenge : be bold! -state your . opinions and sig                   culation problems of representa-
       your nee!       If you do, I'll wager that you are rebutted muc h                tion and finance are such tha t
       more on this page by students, than you are censored in th e                     the Ubyssey cannot ignore them .            G ` .f th_, cut E,y-.
       offices of the powers that be .                                                  I suggest the pair work for th e
                                                                                        paper and meet some of th e                 YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
                                                                                        problems .                                                       YOUR 196 0
             U .B .C . DEPARTMENT OF THEATR E                                              When reading their beefs, one
                             presents    -                                              can't help noticing that Mr .
                                                                                        Nixon and Mr. Vickery are sen-
                                                                                        ior arts students, a quality whic h        HOMECOMIN G
         -"ARMS AND THE MAN "                                                           pops up in their arguments, an d
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    Thursday, January 21, 1960                                             THE U-BYSSEY                                                                          PAGE THREE

                         By FRED FLETCHER

           It says in the Brock Hall rules that there shall be n o
      eating in that building.
           It says in the AMS constitution that there shall be n o
      gambling there .
           It is now the middle of January and student official s
      have at last proceeded far enough to decide that thes e
      rules should be enforced.
           One question remains : HOW ?
           Last Friday the Brock Management Committee passe d
      a motion directing the discipline committee to "enforce th e
      present regulation, that there be no eating in the Lounge ,
      the Link, and the Common Room " .
           This decision was brought on by the presence of
      silverfish in the building. (F 'or you non-entymologists ,
      silverfish are small, wingless insects which eat paper an d
      wood.) Discarded lunches, etc ., attract them .
           The discipline committee, of course, would like t o
      see the enforcement of this no eating rule in the hand s
     of the Brock Management Committee .
          At any rate, no one seems to be quite sure who ha s
     what power.
          With things in this state, it will not be long befor e
     the Brock denizens return . to eating lunches on the pre-                 How's the water? Not many students would care to join Kerry White as he is lowere d
     mises, if indeed they ever stop . (Ed Note :—No action ha s

                                                                          into the murky depths of the much desecrated lily pond .          ,—Phot by Earl Olsen .
     yet been taken . )
          The state of food services on this campus leaves the m
     few other places to go .
          Regarding the gambling situation, Pete Haskins ha s
     now produced a report—and that's all .
                                                                                Edi+or Lure d
          What else can he do? We have no student .police forc e
     to collect evidence for prosecuting this type of offence, an d
      one cannot expect councillors to go snooping around like
                                                                        To Ingenious Reprisa l
      junior-grade private eyes .                                          Kudos to the engineers! For       declared the trial of Bernie and subsequently wetted down .
                                                                        once they have executed a pla n      Papke, AUy§ undercover agent, Rodenchuck, it would appea r
           I can just see President Meekison hiding in the card         showing organization, ingenuity ,    would be heard . It is rumoured is striving to get his over-barfed
      room disguised as a waste-paper basket trying to catc h           and finesse.                         that Papke had been detained comrades to adopt a more adul t
      someone in the act.                                                  Kerry White, ditor-in-Chie f      by the red-spirted inquisitors .   policy, in that 'they now carr y
           Also on the subject of discipline, Pete Haskins, . disci-    of the Ubyssey, was abducte d           The charge was laid 11y perse- ~ out their childish pranks at a
      pline committee rep bn council, is trying to solve a some -       and expertly dunked while fol-       tutor Ray Smith . Papke was higher level, say infantile rathe r
      what more serious problem : Who put the .chickens in Mary         lowing up a "Red Herring";           given thirty seconds to defend than pre-natal .
      Bollert Hall ?                                                    thrown to him by the now-think-      his case . Jerry Neilson, Jury
           Iaskins, who, unfortunately, lacks Scotland Yard train-      ing engineers .                      Chairman was then called upon        Perhaps . the "slip-stick-wield-
      ing, has the odious and difficult task of trying to identif y
                                                                           T h e Ubyseey Editbr-in-Chie f    for the decision and announced mg" kids have set a new trit e -
      the perpetrators of this expensive and irresponsible prank .      was picked up in transit from        that the defendant was guilty . ion in campus humour . Aggies ,
           If he . is unsuccessful, and another such prank ruin s       his office . White was accused o n   Mr. Wayne Wickens, another how about you? Chickens in
      an agriculture experiment, there is every chance that th e        the spot of operating a news -       Aggie, was declared guilty of Mary Bollert Hall? Oh, com e
      matter . will be taken from student hands and placed under        paper in a negligent manner          resisting arrest . Both were sen- now.
     some more competent law enforcement body .                         and was sentenced to the pond .      tenced to immersion in the Lil y     Ladies and gentlemen of the
           It is obvious that Haskins and his committee face a n           It was noticed that White wa s    Pond for their notorious crimes . University of British Columbia ,
     almost impossible task.                                            not wearing his inflatible Barf-        They were accompanied t o BEWARE . One can only con-
           The powers and the responsibilities of the committe e        Bag as he was slowly lowered         the site where a tripod had bee n clude from the above resume
     seem vague and uncertain .                                         into the jaws of the Told, murk y    erected . Wickens was thrown i n of events that the infamou s
           Certainly, the enforcement of student laws on thi s          water.                               immediately, owing to the brief members of the Engineering Pa -
     campus is inconsistent and chaotic .                                                                    nature of his offence .            culty are once again on the
           The responsibility for solving this problem rest s             Fortunately he did not drow n
                                                                        and was eventually returned ,           Papke, who had been charged rampage . The Ubyssey hereb y
     squarely on the shoulders of this year 's council .                                                     with high treason for his activi- issues a warning to all student s
          I suggest that they do something about it .                   with his clothing dampened, bu t
                                                                        not his spirits .                    ties with the Aggies, was then of UBC — ON GUARD! — Y6u
          There is, however, every chance that the issue will b e                                            placed upon the seat of torture, may be next !
     handed over to the Haskins Commission for theoretical con-            Following a short meeting ,       	                                 _ds	

     sideration .                                                       Bill Rodenchuck, EUS Presiden t
          I submit that concrete action is needed now !
                                         .14                                                                                              Caoe i/tote,,,
                          COUNCIL QUICKIE S                             Worker Fall s                                             By EARLE BIRNEY
                                                                                                                 This is the case of a high-school land ,
          Council refused to approve the " Charter of the Student
     Press in Canada" . They felt that the wording was open t o
     too many conflicting interpretations . They did approve the
                                                                        Not Listed                               deadsetin adolescence,
                                                                                                                 loud treble laughs and sudden fists ,
                                                                                                                 bright cheeks, the gangling presence .
     payment of a fee for the spring term to Canadian Univer-
     sity Press and the setting up of a cross-Canada ham radi o         As Critica l                             This boy is wonderful at sports
                                                                                                                 and physically quite healthy ;
     network for " fast FM" or whatever .                                 'UBC constructio n crew s to-
          Dave Edgar's committee on student housing outsid e                                                     he's taken to church on Sunday still
                                                                        day chalked up their second ac-          and keeps his prurience stealthy .
     the gates has moved quickly into high gear and expect s            cident inside a week .
     to take some action within three weeks .                                                                    He doesn 't like books except about bears ,
                                                                           At 11 :30 yesterday C r a i g         collects new coins, models his planes ,
          Congratulations to the new Grad Class Executive :             Blair, a workman on the library 1        and never refuses a dare.
     Dave McGrath, president ; John Leesing, vice-president ;
     Gerry McGavin, treasurer ; Ray Smith, social convener ;            extension construction, fell fro m       His uncle spoils him with candy, of course ,
     and especially to secretary Jeri Wilson—because she 's the         a scaffold and suffered head in- !       yet shouts him down when he talks at table .
     best looking.                                                      juries .                                 You will note he 's got some of his French mother's looks ,
          President MacKenzie has turned thumbs down o n                   He is now 'being treated i n          though he 's not so witty and no more stable .
      games of chance at the proposed spring carnival or fiesta .       Vancouver General Hospital for           He's really much more like his father and yet
                                                                        head lacerations and possibl e           if you say so he'll pull a great face .
          Council has decided to go through with the projec t                                                    He wants to be different from everyone else
      without gambling .                                                internal 'injury .
                                                                           Hospital authorities describ e        and daydreams of winning the global race .
          In reference to the question of income tax broache d                                                   Parents unmarried and living abroad ,
      here last week, a brief on the subject is being prepared b y      his condition as "satisfactory."
      NFCUS . Bill Miles, who is in charge of preparing th e               A spokesman for Grimwoo d             relatives keen to bag the estate ,
      brief, says that it will be a full treatment of the subject o f   Construction, Blair's employers ,        schizophrenia not excluded ,
      student finances .                                                said he fell less than eight feet .      will he learn to grow up before it 's too late ?
                                                                           Blair was working on a scaf-       Dr . Birney, one of Canada's soul which is, at present, swad'
          It is my pleasure to announce that -council PR O              fold inside t h e uncompleted most distinguished authorities died in foam rubber . Dr . Bit.-
     Marilyn ,Bernard is still hard at work publicizing UBC an d        building, plastering a wall,                                           ney will read more of his '
     its problems throughout the province .                                A fellow worker, who was on diseases of the soul, has ac- - 1 diagnosis and prescriptions on
          Well lookee here'—the card room's clean . Everythin g         with Blair on the scaffold and curately diagnosed the Canadian Friday at 12 :30 in Buchanan
     has been swept out---even the furniture . The room ha s            saw him fall, is not sure of' malady and prescribed a treat- 100 . Every one is invited to at -
     been closed for the remainder of the week' as a result o f         what happened, but thinks Blair merit as well : unrelenting in- tend .
     the chronically filthy condition. This will happen in othe r       stepped back too far .              jections of satire and irony suf-    P .S . A paraphrase of the
     places if litterbugs aren' t stamped out .                            Construction Superintendent ficient to stagger a horse ; ad- above : The UBC Poetry Centr e
          UBC has made a bid for, and stands a good chanc e             Conroy refused to allow Ubyssey ministered through needles , will present Earle Birney, on e
     of receiving, the host-ship of the largest NFCUS semina r          reporters and photographers to pipes, bellows, tongs, etc . ; in an of Canada's leading poets, read-
     yet held.                                                          see the scene of the accident .     attempt to reach the patient's ing from his work, etc ., etc.

     PAGE FOUR                                                  THE' XJBY'SSEY                                             Thursday, January 21, 1960

      ATTENTION-FIRST YEAR . . .                           UBC Supports 196 0
       The Hat is Higher                                   World Refugee Yea r
          Than Wide                                          UBC is conducting a fund     famous B .E :B . runner, wrote in
                                                           raising drive to aid refugee stu -
                                                                                          support of our proposed cam-
                                                                                                                                        He also stressed the needs of
                                                                                                                                      "millions of children growin g
                                                           dents.                         paign . Mr . Chataway is one of             up in lifeless camps" and tha t
                                                             This drive will be held dur -the original proponents of the              "we have only Ourselves to
                                                           ing the week of January 25th   idea of holding a World Refu -              blame if these children' becom e
                                                           to 28th in conjunction with    gee Year.                                   idlers and enemies of society . "
                                                           World Refugee Year .              Seventy countries are parti -              "These people, these children ,
                                                                                          cipating in the campaign to                 should be on the conscience of
                                                             Mr . Chris Chataway, member
                                                                                          raise funds during World Refu -             the world . . . ', Mr . Chataway
                                                           of parliament in Britain and
                                                                                          gee Year .                                  wrote . "I hope that the men an d
                                                                 TWEEN CLASSES              In his letter to the Ubyssey              women of the University of
                                                              (continued from page 1)     Mr . Chataway stated that the               British Columbia will consider
                                                          VARSITY CHRISTIA N              refugee problem is the "most                that this is a matter with which
                                                          FELLOWSHI P                     outstanding problem to be tackl-            each one of them should b e
                                                            Dr. Ross, speaking on "Word s ed in 1960 . "                              concerned . "
                                                          and the Man-a study in Chris -
                                                      I   tan Communication" today Bu .

                                                           CHEMICAL INSTITUTE
                                                           OF CANADA, UBC
                                                           STUDENT CHAPTE R
                                                              Meeting Friday, January 22 ,
                                                          _12 :30 in Chem . 200 . Faculty stu -
                                                          dent debate. "Resolved that to o
                                                           few students take Honour s
                                                           Chemistry at U .B .C ." Drs . Mc -
                                                           Dowell and Hockstrasser of th e
                                                           Chem . Dept . will participate .
                                                                       *    *    *
                                                              French Film Friday noon, Bu .
                                                           102 . Subject : Emile Zola-Vie e t
      Are-You POSITIVE You                                 oeuvre de 1'ecrivain . (10c ad -
                                                           mission) .                                                                                                     e

        Acre Stife From T B                                OBNOV A
                                                                       *    *

                                                              Important meeting F r i d a y

     ~4re Yau POSITIVE?                                   noon, Bu . 216 . All Greek-Cath -
                                                          olic students please attend .
                                                                       *    *    *
                                                           BIOLOGY CLUB
                                                             Presents the famous Germa n
         BE POSITIVE — HA VE YOUR FREE                     Scientist Valerius Von Geist ,
                                                          speaking on "The Moose of Wells
                  TB SKIN TEST                             Gray Park," Friday 12 :30 noo n
                                                          in Biological Sciences 2321 .
              LETS ,STAMP OUT TB                                       *    *   .*

                                                           NFCUS                             _
       One of the biggest                                     Applications forms for Inter-
                                                           regional Scholarship Exchang e                Help this starved and diseased refugee girl and hundred s
       threats to health i n                               Plan are available from Regis-           of thousands like her by' supporting World Refugee Yea r
       British Columbia to-                                trar or NFCUS office, room 165 ,         Campaigns.                            —United Nations photo.
       day is tuberculosis.                                         . *         *
      An average of 50                                    VO C
       new, active cases o f                                 Steven's Pass tickets go on
                                                          sale today . *
                                                                                                  TO VISIT CAMPU S
      the disease are foun d                                                   *
                                                                                                    Robert Strachan, official         tion of the budget speech 'at the
      every month, and                                    DANCE CLU B
                                                                                                  leader of the Opposition in th e    next sitting of the house .
                                                             Dance Marathon Jan . 23, 12 :0 0
      there are 21,5 0 0                                  noon to Midnight . Everybod y           Provincial Legislature, and sev-       They plan to get as many
       known cases in th e                                out, Big After Party for con-           eral CCF MLA's are visiting
                                                                                                                                      views on campus problems a s
      province .                                          testants and club members .
                                                                       *   *   *
                                                                                                  the campus tomorrow .               is possible in their brief stay.
     And since TB is a contagious disease ,               BRIDGE AND CHESS CLU B                    Because he showed an interes t      This will include a meeting
     every unknown case is a potential dange r               Duplicate bridge tonight a t         in University affairs Stracha n     with the senior adminstratio n
                                                          7 :30 in Music Room (nort h
     to other citizens .                                  Brock) . All welcome . Please b e
                                                                                                  was invited to view campu s         officials, luncheon with mem-
                                                                                                  facilities and see the work tha t
     What's more, tuberculosis hits everyone' s           on time .                               is being done in teaching an d
                                                                                                                                      bers of the Students Council an d
                                                                       *   *   *                                                      the University CCF Club and a
     pocketbook. It costs $15,000 to treat an d                                                   research .
                                                          SOCIETY OF BACTERIOLOG Y                                                    student address at noon hour .
     rehabilitate an average TB case and, sinc e             Presents Dr . W . E . Razzel l         It can be assumed the MLA' s
     treatment is given free by the government,           from the B .C . Research Counci l       are comings out here to arm 1       He will also tour all campu s
                                                          who will speak on the industria l       themselves with information buildings including the gym,
     everybody helps pay for it through taxes .                                                   should the University situation residences and the science labor-
                                                                (continued on page 6)
     The tragic thing about the high cost and                  See TWEEN CLASSES                  be debated after the presenta-atories .
     the suffering caused by tuberculosis is that .
     it is unnecessary .

     FEEL SAFE                                                                       DO WASHING THE EASY WAY

         NOT SORRY
      Have Your Free TB Skin Tes t
      - Make Your Appointment at the Healt h                               University Laundromat
                 Service Office - NOW!


     Thursday, January 21, 1960                                               THE .     UBYSS-EY                                                                   PAGE FIVE

            Happy Horne-eds Are Co-ed s
            ,7R.~                                                                                             Home Ec Stresse s
        .0n .y.iLadtifa

            Sandra Scott, Editor                                                                              Family Livin g
                                                                                                                                  By SHEILA FARRINGTO N
                                                                                                                                  Ubyssey Features Write r

                                                                                                                     Most Home Ec students look forward to three weeks j n
                                                                                                               the, Home Management House .
                                                                                                                 For the first two weeks, four type of group living that th e
    =Enrolmen t                                                                                               girls live together in an apart- house now provides . Miss Char-
                                                                                                              ment which simulates famil y lotte Black, Dean of the Facul-
                                                                                                              living . They are expected to
    Increases                                                                                                 apply the theory which they ty, and her sister allowed -the
                                                                                                              have learned in class . Emphasi s girls to prepare dinner fo r
         Enrolment in UBC's Schoo l                                                                           is placed on co-operation an d them in their apartment .
       of Home Economics has jumpe d                                                                          adaptability .                      MANUFACTURERS DONATE
       more than 200 percent since                                                                            LIVING IN COMFOR T                    In 1947 the school was given
       1943 .                                                                                                    One girl is the "manager" . half a duplex on President' s
                                                                                                              She plans the menus and shop - Row in Acadia Camp . This pro-
         The Department of Hom e                                                                              ping lists and prepares an d vided accommodation for tw
      Economics was established a t                                                                           serves meals . She has an . as-                                     o
      UBC in 1943 . At this time ,                                                                            sistant and the two other girl s girls and an instructor . A bu t
      money raised during the 1920's                                                                                                              was renovated and furnished
                                                                                                              act as housekeepers .
      was put in trust for the con -                                                                             During this period, the girl s in 1948 but, despite gay colour s
      struction of a Home -Manage-                                                                            must plan menus on a "com- and comfortable furnishings, i t
      ment House .                                                                                            fort level" income . This allows was not adequate for the ex-
                                                                                                              for variations in meals . It ap- panding school
        From 1943» to 1953, Hom e                                                                             proximates the, income whic h          When the new Home Man-
      Economics at UBC grew fro m                                                                             most grads can expect to hav e agement House was built in
      a department of 60 students t o
                                                SECOND YEAR Home Economics students Jean Webste r             when married .                      1956, there was not enough .
      a School of 170 .                                                                                           The "Minimum Adequacy " money to furnish the house .
                                          and Elizabeth Spouse discuss a forthcoming demonstratio n
      Current enrolment is approxi-       lesson in their course . Approximately 200 students are en -        level of income gives the girl s Miss Holder of the Faculty ar-
     mately 200 .                         rolled in the four -year course . —Photo by Diane Whitehead .       many a headache .                   ranged to . have manufacturers
                                                                                                              ECONOMY BUDGETING                   of . furniture and househol d

     Employment Rewarding
                                                                                                                 For one week student s live equipment donate their pro-
                                                                                                              in two-girl suites : and must pre- ducts . his was good advertis-
                                                                                                              pare meals on 67, cents per per - ing for ahem because the house -
                                                                                                              son a day : This experience en- is shown to many women' s
                                                                                                              ables the students to under- groups .
     For Home Economis t                                                                                      stand the problems of persons	
                                                                                                              living on subsistence level in-
                                                                                                              comes .                            SILVER BALL TO
              The Home Economist is more than a, talented cook and a fine seamstress .                           The money for the Home .
              " Through her profession, " says Miss McEachern of the Faculty of Home Economics, " sh e        Management House was firs t GLISTEN IN GARDEN
         is able to contribute to the enrichment of family and community living . "                           raised in the 1920's . Many in-       Silver Mist, the Home E c
                                                                                                              terested ' women throughout
          The girl who takes Hom e parts of the course . Manage- for an entire home .                                                             formal, will be held at Canyo n
                                                                                                              British Columbia raised 520,00 0
       Economics is fully prepared for ' ment of time and energy i s           Some Home Economists wit h     for the establishment of a chai r Gardens Jan . 21 .            -
       i girl's most likely occupatio n constantly stressed .                a flair for writing find em-     of Home Economics at UBC .            John Spark's quartet will
          that of homemaker . She has         Dietetics is another wid e ployment on . newspapers an d        GOVERNMENT FUND S
        learned the skills that are re- field for the Home Economist . women's magazines . In Van-                                                perform and there will be a
                                                                                                                  Unfortunately, the Depres-
        quired for the maintenance of a The armed forces are now em- couver opportunities in thi s            sion prevented this expenditur e four , piece orchestra . A com-
        happy home . All her courses ploying dietitians . The Ai r line are very limited .                    so the money was set aside . In petition will be held between
        can be put to practical use .       Force has begun a plan to mak e                                   1943 the school was set up with     the classes for table decora-
                                                                               There are, at present, no fa-
          There is also the possibility use of the dietitian's know - cilities for graduate work i n          Government funds . It was de- tions .
        for an exceedingly rewarding ledge of nutrition and the Ar- Home Economics at UBC . How -             cided that the money previous-
        career . The subjects taken in, my is about to begin such a ever, the Faculty hopes an d              ly raised should be used for a        Cocktail parties will pre-
        Home Economics are by no program .                                   expects that graduates wil l     Home Management House .             ceed the dance and a smorgas .
       means easy as is sometimes             Industry, such as the Depart- soon have the opportunity t o        The grad class of 1946 ha d bord dinner will be served .
        thought by students of othe r ment of Fisheries, needs Hom e do advanced research here .              very limited practice in th e
       faculties .                          Economics graduates .
          The sciences : chemistry, phy-
       sics, zoology and bacteriology         Home service departments o f
       are stressed  . The social science s utilities companies e m p l o y
       such as psychology and the hu- Home Economists to aid wit h
       manities are also included i n their public relations work .
       the curriculum .                     They demonstrate new equip-
                                            ment and lecture on consumer' s
          During the first two years
       the course is quite standard- problems to schools and wo-
       ized . After second year the stu- men's groups.
       dent has the option of takin g        Extension work in semi-urba n
       a course specializing in foo d and rural areas is usually con-
       and nutrition or in clothes, tex- nected with a university or th e
       tiles and design . In this smal- Department o f Agriculture .
       ler faculty a personalize d This branch of Home Econo-
       schedule of courses is possible . mists entails giving lecture s
       For example, the girl who in- and demonstration classes o n
        tends to be a buyer will be able all aspects of home manage-
        to take additional Commerc e ment .
        courses.                              There is a limited field in
          There is a great shortage o f retailing for the graduate wh o
        qualified people in the field o f has specialized in clothing, tex-
        Home Economics . Employment tiles and design . This involves
        possibilities are very good . in-service training in a store .
        Teaching is the most popular Buying appears to be one of
        profession for the Home Eco- the most glamorous jobs ope n
        nomics grad . As a teacher she to the Home Economics gradu-
        has a great responsibility be- ate but it requires perseveranc e
        cause girls between grade s to get to the top . Most of th e
        seven and twelve will learn th e opportunities, however, are i n
        skills of home making unde r Eastern Canada and the Unite d
       -her direction .                     States .
           Nutrition, meal preparation ,      Interior decoration is a' spe-       THESE BEAUTEOUS young misses are not members of the School of Home Economics . On e
        pattern drafting and clothin g cialized field for the imagina-        is tempted to call them dummies, but we are informed that they are "forms" . The real thin g
    - construction are taught . Th e tive girl . Consultations with           uses them to make dresses on . Just remember what comes off these "forms" goes on the
      4-Tome Economics teacher als o clients may involve anythin g            forms of some Home Ec . gals . If interested, the Home Ec . Building is located on the corner o f
       }feels that family relations and from the purchase of -a lam p         the East Mall and University Boulevard .
       i udget planning are essentia l to the selection of furnishings                                                                              —Photo by Roger McAfee .      1

                                                                                  THE UBYSSEY                                                                          Thursday, January 21, 1961

                                                                                                                        ter . Myers Name d
                                                                                      TWEEN CLASSE S

      This Critic is No t
                                                                                    (continued - from page . 4 )
                                                                                Dr . David -M. yers has bee n
                                                                              problems submitted for research ,

      Inspired y B Fr~sh"
                                                                              Fri ., Jan . 22, Wes . 113, at 12 :30 .

                                                                              SPANISH CLU B
                                                                                            *    *    *

                                                                                 To-morrow evening the Span-
                                                                                                                        New Sder c e Dea n
                                                                                                                               UBC can still attract top-flight professors .
                         By BOB IENDRRICKSON                                  ish Club will present a program                  Dr . David M . Myers, installed here Jan . 1 as Dean of the
                                                                              of dancing, singing, and the y            Faculty of Applied Science, has an outstanding record in th e
             It will be a while yet before UBC will win any laurel s          will also do a skit . Remember ,          field of . electrical engineering . is in the field of mathematica l
       in debating .                                                          Friday, 8 :30 p .m .                          Dr . Myers, succeeding Dr .
             This ,is true if the Frosh debate held Wednesda y is a n                       *    *    *                 Henry C . Gunning who resigne d computing and its application to
       example of the quality of UBC debates .                                DEBATING UNION -                          last year, comes to UBC fro m engineering problems .
                                                                                 General Meeting, all member s          the University of Sydney, Aus - COMPUTING DEVICE S
           Although the first debate i n out present-day science is s o                                                                                          He has been responsible for
       Frosh history, it was highly in- complex that no one person ca n       please attend . Tacoma trip wil l         tralia, where he was head o f
        teresting and some well-worde d make any great advance .
                                                                              be discussed . 12 :30, Bu . 104 .         th e department of electrical en - the development of computin g
                                                                                            *     *   *                                                       devices for solving differentia l
        points of view were expressed .                                                                                 gineering .
                                            "It took two n ;en, the Wrigh t   PHYSICS SOCIET Y                              He was elected dean of the equations, and since joining th e
         - The debate was titled "Re - brothers, to put the first heavier -      The society will present a             faculty of engineering there i n University of Sydney has head-
     , solved That Individualism Ha s than-air machine into the air .         talk by Dr . Russell - on "Geo-             .but resigned recently t o ed a team of scientists develop-
                                                                                                                         1955 ,
        No Place in the Atomic Age ." Now it takes hundreds to sen d          physics Today," on Thursday               devote more time to his ow n ing digital and electronic coriz-
           Alex Turner and Hugh Large , a man into space . "                  noon in P . 301 .                          department and to plan addi- puters .
        taking the negative, were give n                                                    *     *   *                  tional facilities for teaching an d
                                            Negative speakers argued tha t                                                                                       This research has culminate d
        the decision by the judges over                                       MEN'S GRASS HOCKEY                         research .                           in the development of a transis-
                                          any progress in the past ha s
        Ken- Jensen and Mick Sharazer .                                 -        There will be a practice to-                Dr . Myers' research interes t torized general purpose com-
                                          been made by individuals .
           Turner and Large proved in-                                        day . Weather and fields permit-                                                puter at present undergoin g
        dividualism existed today to th e   "When society becomes an en d
                                                                              ting at 12 :3.0 p .m . Please be on        217, 12 :30 . Elections, films an d performance tests in Australia .
         satisfaction of about 100 stu- . in itself, man loses his individ-   time .                                     amendments to 'constitution .           Dr . Myers holds a BSC and a
        dents who were present .          uality and his incentative . "                     *    *                                    *         *            BEng, both with first class hon-
      , Any similarly between th        e   Frosh debators are still need -    CAMERA CLUB                               NEWMAN CLU B                         ours .
        subject of the debate and the ed . Only six debators answere d           Meeting Friday noon in Bu-                  Communion Breakfast, Sun - DOCTOR OF SCIENCE
        resolution was purely coinc i the last call .                          chanan 203 .. A . speaker will b e        day, Jan . 24 . Mass at 910 . Mr .      In 1938 he was awarded th e
     . dental in my opinion .                Interested Frosh are asked t o    present .                                 Lionel Thomas will be gues t degree of doctor of science fo r
           Coincidences did happen how - put their application in the FUS                    *     *   *                 speaker . He will be showin g contributions to the science of
      - ever .                            box located in the AMS club' s       SAILING CLU B                             slides of some of his work .         computing .
                                                                                 General meeting, Jan . 28, Bu .                        *   *    *
           Affirmative 'debaters pointed office .                                                                                                                In 1939 he underwent the
                                                                                                                         'ROSH UNDERGRADUAT E
                                                                                                                                                              establishment, and was appoint-
                                                                                                                         SOCIET Y
                                                                                                                                                              ed head, of the electrotechnolog y
                                                                                                                             Frosh Council Meeting tomor -

              Newman lecture Serie s
                                                                                                                                                               division of the Council fo r
                                                                                                                         row at noon in Bu . 320 .            Scientific and Industrial Re-
                                                                                                                                        * '*     *
                                                                                                                                                              search in Australia, one of th e
                                                                                                                          ROD AND GUN CLU B
                                                                                                                                                              three components of the AuS-
            1 .–"Embarrassing Moments in Church History"–Monday Eve -                                                        Fishing Film, Monday noon ,
                                                                                                                                                              tralian National Standards labor
                nings, 7:00 p.m .–Lecturer, Rev. J . Hanrahan, C .S .B ., M .A.                                           Bu . 203 .
                                                                                                                                        *   *    *            atory.
                                                                                                                                                                  During the war this divisio n
            2.-"Cathalit Morals''--Thursday, 3 :30 p.m .–Lecturer, Rev . E . B .                                          EL CIRCULA . AN D
                                                                                                                          INTERNATIONAL                        developed and designed auto-
               -Allen, C.S.B ., Ph .D.                                                                                    HOUSE CLU B                          matic equipment for control -o f
                                                                                                                             Present a show consisting o f gunfire associated with radar
         . loth at St., Mark's College.                                                                                   Spanish Dancing, singing, etc . , observations, developed prettie    s-
                                                                                                                          on Friday at 8 :30 p .m . in Inter-  fiv e ve methods against magnetic

                                 Ai4md,av1e                       51 e epAf
                                                                      % o
                                                                                                                          natioal House .

                                                                                                                          PLAYERS' CLUB
                                                                                                                                         *    *    *
                                                                                                                                                               mines and torpedoes, and teste d
                                                                                                                                                               electrical equipment for suita-
                                                                                                                                                               bility in tropical areas .
                                                                                                                                                                  In an interview, Dr . Myers
                      1 .–Apologetics–Mondays, x.;00 p .m .                                                                   Auditions for the Worksho p
                                                                                                                           Production of "Medea " by Rob-      said that UBC had a fire recor d

                      2 .--Christian Marriage=Tuesdays ; 4 :30 p.m .                                                       inson Jeffers, postponed from of research achievements, es-
                                                                                                                           last term, will be held Frida y pecially in engineering, and h e
                      3 .-Catholic Social Principles-Tuesdays, 3 :30 p.m .                                                 12 :30=2 :00 and Saturday 10 :30- hoped to have a share in such
                                                                                                                           1 :00 in the Green Room . All ar e achievements in future.
                      4 .–Communism–Tuesdays, 12:30 p.m .                                                                  welcome .

                                       ALL WELCOME                                                                       SOCCER
                                                                                                                           Team practices today at 12 :3 0            Freshmen
                                                                                                                         on McInnes Field . All player s
                                                                                                                         out please .
                                                                                                                                          *    *                      Fest Fete
                                                                                                                         FROSH UNDERGRADUAT E
                                                                                                                            Meeting of Frosh intereste d
                                                                                                                                                                      For Future
                                                                                                                         in forming a song team to-da y                   No, those eager-eyed charac-
                                                                                                                         at 12 :30 in the Men's Club room ,            ters racing down the hall aren't
                 Our Company-is a major producer of petrochemicals ,                                                     Brock .                                       training for the track team .
                                                                                                                                                                       They're just a couple of frantic
                 cellulose acetate and synthetic fibres . Our plaint is situ -                                                                                         freshman" probably rushing vff
                 ated on the outskirts of Edmonton . It is one of the newes t                                              ridg e                                      to the latest committee meeting .
                 and most diversified in Canada ._ The Edmonton are a                                                                                                 They are typical of the ne w
                                                                                                                                                                      brand of freshman . Instead of
                 offers excellent living and recreational facilities . We
                 offer outstanding opportunities to learn and grow . We                                                     theatr e                                  the apathetic, `I couldn't care
                                                                                                                                                                      less" Frosh of the past, the
                                                                                                                                                                      members of this year's Frosh or-
                 would like to talk them over with you if you are gradu -                                                        Jan . 21 - 22 - 2 3                  ganization are active and inter-
                 ating this year at the bachelor or higher level in any o f                                                         Held Over !                       ested .
                 the following fields :    -                                                                                    "Compulsion "
                                                                                                                           0. Welles - Dean Stockwell
                                                                                                                                                                          For the first time in years th e
                                                                                                                                                                      Frosh are doing things : those
                                                                                                                                 Bradford Dillman                     intrepid warblers, Bill MacDon-
                          • CHEMICAL ENGINEERIN G                                                                                      Plu s                          ald and Frank Findenigg, spur-
                          • MECHANICAL ENGINEERIN G                                                                        ' The   Horse ' s Mouth'                   ring on a song team : experience d
                          • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERIN G                                                                                  Colo r
                                                                                                                                                                      debater Peter Penz conducting
                                                                                                                                                                      weekly debates (Jan . 20-31) ; an d
                          • ENGINEERING PHYSIC S                                                                           Alec Guinness - Kay Wals h
                                                                                                                                    Cartoo n                          bouncy Findenigg (again?) or-
                          • HONOURS CHEMISTRY                                                                                  Jan . 25 - 26 - 2 7
                                                                                                                                                                      ganizing a skating party (Feb.
                                                                                                                                                                      17) . And don't forget Fres h
                                                                                                                            James Jones ' Best Seller         .   I
                                                                                                                                                                      Week (Feb . 28-March 5), which
                     Company representatives will be on your campu s                                                           " Some Came                            will feature a big dance, open
                                   February 4th and 5th .                                                                           Running "                         forums, and numerous surpris e
                                                                                                                                                                      events . Edison Inouye, Specia l
                 For appointment see your University Placement Officer .                                                                Colo r
                                                                                                                                 (Adult Ent . Only )
                                                                                                                                                                      Events Chairman, is slaving
                                                                                                                                                                      away to make this a tremens
                                                                                                                           F . Sinatra - Shirl MacLain e

           Canadian Chemical Compan y                                                                                               Dean Marti n                       dous success .
                                                                                                                                        Colo r                            All loyal fresh will be on the
                                                                                                                                                                       go attending these activities no w
                                                                                                                           "Mark of the Hawk "
                                                 Limited                                                                   Sidney Poitier - Eartha Kit t
                                                                                                                                                                       being planned by the Frosh
                                                                                                                                                                       Council . The more elderly deni-
           P.O. 'Sox 99                                                            Edmonton, Alberta                           News — Doors 7 :0 0
                                                                                                                            One Complete Show 7 :30
                                                                                                                                                                        zens of the campus are invite d
                                                                                                                                                                        too .

     Thursday,   January 21, 196 0                                             THE        UBYSSEY                                                                        PAGE SEVEN

                                                                             Bernard Shaw on Campu s
                                                                               George Bernard Shaw's clas-         LA, the shrewd man-servant           sembled the various costumes
                                                                             sic, "Arms and the Man," wil l        who sees in perfect servilit y       which will be seen in the play ,
                                                                             be presented in the Universit y      the means of advancing to the !       while the accomplished profes-
                                                                             Auditorium-on January 21, 22 .       status of shop-keeper, playe d        sional actress, Meyra -Mulhol-
                                                                             and 23, by the Department o f        by ANTHONY CHURCHILL o f              land has been given the position .
                                                                             Theatre .                            Victoria . The Russian officer ,      of Mistress of Properties .     -
                                                                                                                  MAJOR PLECHANOFF, i s
                                                                                 In presenting this play, th e    portrayed by ANTHONY LOR- j
                                                                              University's January produc-        RAINE, who hails from Ireland .          DO-NUT DINER
                                                                              tion is departing from its es-                                                4556 West 10th Ave .
                                                                             tablished tradition . Since 194 7       The role of the Swiss hotel I
                                                                                                                  owner and professional soldier ,      Try our fresh home made pies .
                                                                             'th'e plays presented h7ve been
                                                                                                                  CAPTAIN BLUNTSCHLI wa s
                                                                                                                                                        Full course meals now ou r
                                                                              of the calibre which may b e                                              specialty - Do-nuts fresh daily ,
                                                                             referred to as "non-box-office, "    originally intended for JOHN                  Free Delivery .
                                                                             in that they appealed only t o       GILLILAND of Victoria, but
                                                                             a select audience . In contrast,     due to illness he has bee n
                                                                             Shaw's play is one which i s         forced to withdraw from - th e
                                                                                                                  play . At very short notice, th e        ESSAY TYPIN G
                                                                             studied in the Freshman curric-
                                                                             ulum and thus should creat e         well-known and accom plished               Reasonable Rate s
                                                                             considerable interest on th e        Vancouver a c t o r, ROBERT                 Accurate Work
                                                                             campus .                             CLOTHIER, has consented t o
                                                                                                                  appear . in t h e rbie as gues t         RE 3-3780 - Evenings
                                                                                Portraying the part of th e       artist . Mr . Clothier is a former
                                                                             ultra-romantic heroine, RAINA,       UBC student, class of 1949 .
                                                                             will be VALERIE NIELSEN ,               The designing and paintin g
                                                                             formerly of Victoria and no w
                                                                                                                                                            Sleeping Roo m
                                                                                                                  of the sets has been placed i n
                                                                             of Vancouver . Like her, a           the competent hands - of th e             Breakfast Optional
       Marlene Dietrich as she appears in the role of 'Lola' in th e         rapturous devotee of the "high-      University's n e w Technical                Girl Preferred
       original filming of 'The Blue Angel' to be shown today i n            er love," is her fiance, MAJO R      Director, Darwin Payne, an d                Call RE 3-3780
       BU 106, 12:30 .                                                       SERGIUS SARANOFF, who                Jessie Richardson h a s . as-
                                                                             will be played by JOHN
                                                                             HOOPER of Fruitvale .
    Original 'Blue Angel '                                                     Another ardent romantic, in

    Shown By .Cinema 1 6
                                                                             this era of intense Bulgarian
                                                                             patriotism and worship o f
                                                                             Byron, is Raina's mother ,
                                                                                                                     ONIVERSITY BOOK ST-OR E
                                                                                                                               HOURS : - - - - 9 a.m . to . 5 p.m .
                                                                             CATHERINE PETKOFF, play-
        Spectacular film classic " The Blue Angel " , the vehicle            ed by KATHLEEN ROBERTS                            SATURDAY : -            - 9 a.m .   to Noon
    which now promises to hurl May Britt to the depths of Holly-             of Errington, and Catherine' s
    wood stardom, will be shown in the original version today,               husband, MAJOR PAUL PET-
    12x:30 in BrtU 106.
       Cinema    16 presents as the
                                                                             KOFF, is played by LARR Y                        :LQOW : 4F-I'IOTE BOOK S
                                            the great Josef von Sternber g   JONES of Victoria .                         -EXERCISE BOOKS AND SCRIBBLER S
     third feature in. its spring pro-
     gram of foreign films the fabled       who followed Dietrich to Amer-      The two servants of th e             GRAPHIC; ENGINEERID G :PAPER, -BIOLOGY PAPER ,
     drama storing. Marlene Dietrich        ica and directed most of her     household playtheir part in the ;       LOOSE LEAF BI,-•;FOUNTAIN PENS and ' . INK ,
     and Carl Jennings.                     early films there .              merry ups - and - down of th e                        DRAWING PAPER -
                                                                             plot : LOUKA, the attractiv e
         In this, Dietrich's first film ,
                                     This showing will provid e              and passionately defiant young
      she plays "Lola" the unscrupu-                                                                                      • Owned andAper     d-kt . . .
                                  film enthusiasts with an excel-            peasant girl who wants to ris e
                                                                                                                                T! ' 1/ii
      lous cabaret singer who threat -
                                  lent opportunity to contrast th e          in the world, played by SUSA N
      ens to ensnare Jannings as th e
                                  sensitive handling of the them e           BOSTOCK of Ned's Cree k
                                                                                                                                                  SITY OF B.C.
    'school master and bring abou t
                                  and the brutal realism of th e             Ranch, Pritchard ; and NICO -
      his destruction .           original with the watered dow n
      The- film was made in Ger- 'family-style' rendering of th e
     many in 1929 and directed by modern remake .

                                                It may shock yo u
                                                It may anger you
                                                It may disgust you
                                                You will enjoy it! !

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                                                                                                                 FOR UPNVER I-i Y GRADUATES ,

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                                                                                                                  INTERESTED IN - PERM4NEN T
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                                                                                      THE        UBYSS'EY                                                          Thursday, January 21, 1960

    Haskins Commission Told :,

    2-HOUSE STUDENT GOVERNMENT NEEDE D   can be rectified oly through a                       this widely diversified attend two or three Senate Room, upstairs in the Nort h
             By DEREK ALLEN
         'A two house system of student ~ system embodying wider repre-                       group needs more repre- meetings per year, said North . Brock .
      'gO errlment was recommended sentation of Campus activity                               sentation .                    North saw the members of
                                         and interest," said North .                                   judge from the Stu- the Senate as falling into thre e             NESBITT
      for UBC . yesterday .                                                               2 . Add a '                                                             (Continued from Page 1 )
          Artsman Don North, in pre-                                                          dent Court to give legal classifications    :
                                         WIDE REFERENCE                                                                      1 . Faculties : each faculty hav- body pays attention to them .
      senting a brief to the Haskins                                                          advice and represent the
      Commission called for the for- His model is based on the                                                                   ing .a member who woul d . He also said: "The Premier
                                         Canadian Federal Government,                         disciplinary arm of coun-
                                                                                                                                 cast one vote for each 50 0 has a terrific drive and fierce
    .-mation of a student "Senate" to with wider reference to the                             cll . .°                           people in the faculty .         political ambition . Victoria i s
       act as an upper body to a°slight British system . His senate h e
      ly altered AMS Council .                                                          3 . Let the Speaker of the          2 . Interest Groups : C 1 u b s      pretty well a one-man show ; but
                                         compared to the House of Lords .                   Senate sit as an ex officio,        with ten or more member s        he is not a dictator because he
       North presented the second Two houses with a different                               non-voting member as a
                                                                                                     g                          would fall into one o f
    brief to be received by the coin- basis of representation would be                                                                                           could be thrown out any tim e
                                                                                            liason between .the two             seven classes (sports, po .i-    by his cabinet or the legisla-
    iiission investigating the future "more likely to reflect genera                        groups .                            tical, etc . each with on e
                                                                      lofstudengvrm h                                                                            ture . "
                                       attitudes and popular will," he                  North also has the AMS Vice             member, one-half vote pe r
    campus . Other briefs will come said .                                            President sitting with the Sen -                                              "I can't see the Conservative s
                                                                                                      g                         each 500 members . North
    on Wed . and Thurs . noon hours                                                                                                                              winning the election ; our gov-
                                          With regard to the present ate as a liason in the other dir-                          also allowed the Interfra -
    every week for the next month .                                                                                                                              ernment is very safe . Since there
                                       system of general meetings, ection .                                                     ternity Council and th e
    Audiences are invited .                                                                                                                                      are never any leaks from th e
                                       North originally wanted to abol-                 It would be up to the Speaker            Pan Hellenic group on e
                                                                                                                                                                 party caucus I believe that thi s
        "The system of government ish this institution entirely                       and the vice-president to decide          member each, with one
    now in practice is an open in-                                                                                                                               is a very happy government ."
                                          However the BC Societies Act what business from the council                            full vote per 500 members .
    vitation to student apathy and requires the AMS to hold a gen- would be introduced into the                             3 . Special I n f o r m a t i o n       He expressed also his opinio n
                                                                                                                                 Groups : one member each        that the proposed new C .C .F .-
                                       eral meeting once a year, so he senate, with the Speaker having_
                                                                                                                                 with one-half vote per 50 0     Labor alliance would help the
                                       altered his recommendation to the final say in case of a dis-
          Authentic West               provide for the holding of  only pute.                                                    members . T h is g r o u p      opposition, and if Social Credit
                                                                                                                                 would include Radsoc ,           really should lose it would b e
          Indian Dancers               the Spring General Meeting, and
                                                                                      >~IEET MONTHLY                             Flimsoc, the College Shop ,      the C.C .F. which will form the
                                       further asked that the Quorum                                                                                              new government .
             Trinidad Primitis         be lowered to 10 per-cent of the The upper House would meet                               the Academic Symposium,
                                                                                      once per month in the Brock                the Leadership Conference ,
      Featured at the number nine student body .
      1385 Marine Dr ., West Van _        In the present AMS Council, Lounge, and student attendance                             and the Ubysee y
                                                                                      in the gallery would be encour-        In response to a question fro m
         Jan. 23, 24 - 1V:30 p.m .               :North would make only three aged to promote interest an                                                    r
                                       changes                                                                         d' Commission Chairman P e t e
      Come early, be assured of a                                                     activity in government by the Haskins, North said that hi s
      seat - Doors open at 8 :30 p.m . THREE CHANGES                                  student body .                      plan definitely , did not try to
        Minimuru,charge - 75 cents.       L Add one more representa- A "vogue " would grow up, it subordinate Council, but rather
                                              tive from the UBC because would be the "right thing" to wanted to stimulate student ac-
                                                                                                                          tivity and take some of the ever
                                                                                                                          increasing load off Council's

                                         Fortune Magazine calls us . . .                                                  shoulders .
                                                                                                                            The Commission will mee t
                                                                                                                          again at noon today in the Board
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