UBC LEADS CITY IN BOND DRIV E
June Lawrence QUOTA SALES SOARING ;
Ball Princes s $40,000 MARK IN SIGH T
DOMINION Savings Bond sales at the University o f
At Commodor e British Columbia have soared, on a quota basis, to a city wid e
high, according to information just released from the AM S
JUNE Lawrence-pre med can- Bond Sales Office .
didate for princess at the "Princes s VOL. XXIX 'VANCOUVER, B .C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1946, No. 11 Sales totalled $38,600 Thursday night . Majority olt pur-
Btil1 "-reigned Thursday night a s chasers were student veterans, said Bill Gracey, Commerce
the students choice, at one of th e student supervising Wednesday's sales .
most successful formals ever held
Bursary Winners PRESIDENT BUY S
Highlight of Tuesday's activi-
Indian maidens in white buck -
skin, medicine men, Apache war-
riors and a baritone singer ushere d
In Latest List Decade Reunion s ties was the sale of bonds to Presi-
dent N . A . M. MacKenzie by cam-
WINNERS of the following paign managers Bob TalBng an d
in the winning candidate, picked Spotlight Grad s Ken Reed.
scholarships and bursaries were
from nominees representing Arts , Gracey advisee holders of prev-
announced Thursday by the presi-
Agriculture, Home Economics , HOMECOMING Week, October ious issue bonds to cask theca an d
dent's office .
Freshmen, Commerce, Nursing an d 20-26, will inaugurate a new syste m re-invest the total suet la the new
Pre Med . British Columbia Sugar Refinin g of decade reunions spotlightin g issue . He will be happy to point
TOM TOM Co . Ltd . Scholarships : Kenneth F, graduates of the years 1916 , out the advantages of this wham
Six male dancers first appeared Gregory, George Canstabaria, B . A '36, and '46 . to prospective purdhaeese .
en the Commodore floor, a toes Norman Bulman, B.A ., Arthur M The new system is designed to JOKERS ACTIV E
tom beat serving as rhythm settee Peers, Pamela B . White, BA , give graduates of every tenth year The Joker's club will taiga eve r
and undo' aecompenhnent . H. Dean Fisher, B,A., Fred C. With-
a chance to get together and coin- the bond booth on Tuesday, Octo-
Twisty maidens, from Stewart ler, B.A ., Harold Maclean, an d pare notes on the progress of their ben 26 from 12 :30 to 5 :31 pas. They
MacKay', Jubilee show, continued Harold P. Capozzl , Alma Mater . Previous to Home- will attempt to top previous higbee t
the enteetalnmeat with a ballet FELLOWSHIP coming Day, individual reunion s daily sales which were $14,1N.
style dancing routine. The Canadian Industries Ltd . Fel- will be held througout the city. Campaign plans are 'bap want
Silence, then a soloist imperson- EXECUTIVES
lowship: but rumors indicate that Jokers
ating the ritual gone through dur- Executives for the years con- will be buying bonds for all their
Cameron Hammeraley, B,A,Se .
ing BC's native dance "Pal* Moon" cerned are : relatives, friends, and semi se-
continued the ballet . The R. J . Pop Scolarship in Zoo - 1916–Brig. Sherwood Let t
logy : quaintancea,
AUTHENTIC -Photo by Pat Worthingto n 19116-,Joe Keats, Science
David Munroe. Bert and Doris Wales (nee Mc - FUND BENEIrITe
A medicine man, dressed in
The William MacKenzie Swan PRESIDENT N . A. M. MccKenzie lends his support to the Bond Drive and Gym Fun d Kay) Arts Students are reminded that Goan
native costume appeared, and the
Memorial Bursary: Ronald Seller , with his purchase of bonds from campaign m onagers Bob Tailing and Ken Reed . When 19311--Bruce Robinso n minions on all sales are going dir-
(subject to the approval of th e this picture was taken, UBC led the city for bond sales on a quota basis . ectly into the Gym had, One s
senate) . Mr. Miller, 1946 treasurer of th e quarter of one percent oe twenty-
The Pacific Meat Co . Bursary : five cents on every hundred dol-
Alma Mater Society is represent -
Warren Kitts and Walter Oliver.
The Provincial Council of Brit -
ish Columbia, Canadian Daughters'
Forumites Favor URS WILL PUBLICIZE lug Tom Scott and Edith Katznel-
son, key executive of the '46 grad
class, both of whom are out of
lars worth of bonds sold is coe-
dited to the Fund .
Commerce, Law, Nadia Agti-
League Bursary :
Jane S . Ramsey.
Monoply Of TCA FOR UBC GYM DRIVE town . culture and Arts Auden* attl be
in the Bond booth in the AS of-
The Llewellyn Jones Prize In A RESOLUTION that private fice all next week .
Zoology : airlines be permitted to compete UNIVERSITY Radio Society will take over Radio Sta- CLOSING
with TCA on transcontinental and Ball Game Heard
Melville Gerald Thomson , November 2 is the closing date fo
overseas services was resoundingl y tion CKWX for a full day's broadcasting on Monday, Octobe r
the campaign . a
SCOLARSHIPS defeated at the Thursday meeting 21 as a means of bringing to the radio listeners of Greate r
On URS Networ k
The Imperial Oil Graduate Re- of the Parliamentary Forum . Vancouver the immediate need of all out support for UBC' s
search Fellowship : Bill Dodd, successfully opposin g War Memorial Gymnasium Drive . A RECORD crowd filed int o
URS Starts Ne w
Owen C. Edwards, B .A .Sc . the resolution, contended that there War Memorial Campaign managers felt that the broad - Brock Hall last week as the
The Imperial Oil Undergraduat e were not enough profits to warran t Special Events Department of UR S
casting by university students would be more effective i n presented the World Series Base -
Scholarships : two lines . He further stated that Program Serie s
private airlines would be capital- emphasizing and publicising the drive . ball Games over their Campus
Clifford McLean Stone, and Del-
bert Roger Wright. izing on government pioneering Roy Perrault, president URS, state d network , URS Thunderbird Theatre Ser-
and installations . that due to the short notice no ies was ushered on the air over
The French Government Schol -
SHORT NOTICE New Fraternities special programs will be arrange d
on this particular date . However
This marked the first of man y
special events of the sports worl d
CKMO Wednesday night whe
Ernest Perrault and his radi o
Prime Minister Tony Scott who which URS brings to uatvers t . .
two f1111fd ll!"Qltlhiett tidtlr- rittlItl' - 'afilhipe: other radio stations will be taken society players presented "The
in erovming of an Indian Princess ,
Gourds supplied the music for
Jacques L. Metford, B.A ., James H.
Hood, B.A., Jack T. Rush, B.A . and
entered the debate on short notice
in place of the unavoidably absent Seek Admission over during the drive by the URS,
at which time more complete pro-
Man Who Broke Bingo" a Ian1n D
comedy by Edward T . Golden.
Bill MacKay, defended the reeol- Among these is the broadcastin g
Lloyd H. Hobden, M .A . INTER Fraternity Council ha s grams for advertising are to be
the next scene, where two Apache ution on the grounds that com- of all home games of the UB C BINGO
warriors carried out an imposing announced that three well known arranged . This play, built around the old
The United I.0 .0 .1'. Busaries: petition would result in lower American football season ; whe n
international fraternities are seek-
war dance. Greta Louise Ward, Greerson C . prices to the benefit of the travel - Radio Society commentators Jac k family game of Bingo, was direct-
ing admission to UBC's campus . ASSISTANTS
"Waters of Minnetonka" sung by Fielding, Marilyn Betty anne Gray , ling public . Cowan, Johnny Farina and Lloy d ed and produced by Ernest Perr-
"E~rtie Adams introduced June Law- William James Bell, Donna Laur a Assisting Perrault are a group ault, assisted by a competent cas t
It was also his view that sinc e Plans are already under way t o Bulmer give play by play desori p
rence, the princess . A solid gol d Haskins, Fraser A . MacLean . of URS members, many of who m of URS members which included
the Canadian Pacific Railway ha d organize groups of sufficient lions of UBC's gridiron prowes s
brooch . with the letters Princess have had radio experience .
British Columbia Electric Rail - played an important part in the strength of purpose and interest in over station CKMO. Joy Coghill, Esme MacDonald, Nor-
and UBC, together with a flora ) way Co . Ltd . Scholarships in Elect - opening up of the country, the comradeship to meet the require - The announcers and technical op- man Campbell, Jack Cowan, Ger-
wreath were the honors given t o ments of these organizations . Broadcasts go on the air at 1 :4a ry Batton, George Barnes, To m
rical Engineering: government was morally bound to erators will include George Broach , ism . on Saturdays. A special Mableson and Pete Myers . Tech-
June. Relinquished by David Rose and allow the CPR to benefit through Roy Kelsberg, Roy Ruddell, Bob
RECRUITS Broadcasting booth is being buil t nical Direction was by Will Ray,
ESCORT re-awarded to Donald Evans. its subsidary, Canadian Pacific Keenan, Don Winchester John
It is expected that the establish - in the stadium . one of Vancouver's most talented
President N . A . M. MacKenzi e The Vancouver Sun Scholarship Airlines . Drysdale, Phil Ashton, Al Gold -
ment of new fraternities with a n Radio Engineers. Announcing wee
escorted her around the Conuno- for Carriers : smith, Elaine Lieterman, Esme This will be dedicated on Octo •
irttrnational reputation will at - handled by Don Winchester .
c re floor, while Vic Pinchin ser- Gordon M. MacDonald. MacDonald, and Joy Coghill . her 26 and will go into operatio n
tract recruits from all over tho
enaded the victor . on that date when the URS publi-
BURSARIES Veteran Directs university, and help relieve the
Voting was carried out by bal- cizes UBC's Homecoming footbal l
lot . The American Woman's Alumnae overcrowding of present fratern - THUNDERBIRD game . 200 Grads Wil l
ities now at UBC.
Directors handling the functio n
were Gordy Wallace, Stan George,
Club Bursary : Hann M . Urquhart.
The Alberta Meat Co . Bursary : In Rad soc rama The twelve male Greek societie s
have agreed to make available thei r
AT AMS OFFICE
and Chester Pederson . Robert D. Archbald . A YOUNG RCAF veteran, Ernest JOKERS HOL D Receive Degree s
time, services and advice in the STUDENTS who missed the sal e
The Nat Bell Bursary : Lorrain e G. Pen.-cult Who is well known in
PATRON S formation of these local chapters. of The UBC Thunderbird, campus TWO hundred prospective cog-
I. Ourro . Canadian and American Radio MASS MEETIN G
Patrons included Chancellor and quarterly, Tuesday and Wednes- nates, the largest number to re-
A Mrs. E . W . Member, President an d The McLean Buraries: Margery circles has been appointed Dram a day, can still get copies, while the y MONEY is the prime require- ceive degrees at a fall congregation
Director of the University Radi o
Mrs. N . A . M . MacKenzie, Dean an d
Mrs P. Buchanan, Dean and Mrs.
J . N. Finlayson, Dean F. M. Cle-
Montgomery, Rose H. Hall, Gor-
don M . MacDonald, William C
Cook, Floyd C. Wartnow, and
Perrault has been before radio
Mac Donald Warns last, at the AMS office In Brock
ment for all Jokers at their
"Monster" mass meeting, Arts 100 ,
will be presented with their dip-
lomas on October M.
Making this announcement Fri - at 12 :30 p .m. on 'Fee-J Day,' Mon Speaker for the ceremony is Dr .
ment, Dean G. F. Curtis, Dean
Dorothy Mawdsley, Dr. J . Allen
Phyllis M. Reid .
The David Thom Bursaries :
audiences for a number of years
as the writer of many successfu l
radio plays, one of which, "Neigh-
All Inactive Clubs day, Editor Alan Dawe revealed
that the magazine had sold 'Met a
day, October 21.
Members are reminded to bring
Wilder Penfield, director of th e
Montreal Neurological Institute .
Harris ; and various alumnae of the Patricia B . McDonald, Davi d TWELVE inactive clubs on UBC' s Invitations will be seat to hn-
bor is a Large Word" won him day at the rate of eight a minute . their regulation yo-yos and wate r
Kappa Sigma fraternity , Borthwick . campus will be written off the LSE mediate relatives of degree cand-
honorgble mention in an interna- pistols as a serious meeting is
list and their constitutions declared The 25-cent publication, featur- idates, members of the Board f o
tional radio-script-writing contest ing an analysis of coeds and cul- : cheduled .
defunct, unless students display an Governors, the senate and faculty ,
Gilbert and Sullivan when he was the only Canadia n
interest in their revival before Fri- ture by Jabez, contains 24 pagc c Both pack and deck Jokers mus t various civic organization execu-
to place, out of some 400 entrie s of stories, articles, cartoons and attend as initiation ceremonies are
day, October 25, announced Jerry tives, and to members of the med-
MUSICAL SOCIETY STAG E
from all over the world . poetry . to be explained . ical profession .
MacDonald, president of the Liter-
His duties as drama director for
ary and Scientific Executive .
the URS will give him full re-
sponsibility for the 13 week URS The following clubs and societies
REVIVAL OF 'PINAFORE' drama series over station CKMO,
also training new radio actor s
from among the Radio society
have shown no sign of life thi s
year . COSSACK CHORUS PLAYS IN ARMOR Y
UDC, ALREADY the leading ed .. TICKETS
RETURN to the traditional Gil- musical d irector of the Society . NO LIFE The fact that UBC has the onl y
members . ucational centre of the province ,
bert and Sullivan productions All tickets for the Don Cossac k building in Vancouver that com-
Through the past year Mr . Wil- Agricultural Discussions Clu b
will become a centre of musica l concert are to be sold at Kelly's on bines large seating capacity wit h
brings "H.M.S . Pinafore" once liams has worked arduously an d Junior Canadian Society of Tech-
again before the public as th e faithfully in building up the Musi-
MILL BROTHERS nical Agriculturists. culture Thursday, October 24, whe n Seymour upon presentation o f proper setting for presentation at
choice of the University Musical the original Don Cossack chorus AMS passes . cultural music is being taken ad -
cal Society's present fine standar d Chemistry Society Club
Society for their light opera pro- of performance . NOON FEATURE Cosmopolitan Club
end dancers, conducted by Serge vantage of in the giving of thre e
duction of 1947 . MILLS brothers, now playing at JarofT, are presented at 8 :30 p .m. concerts.
The seasoned touch of E . V . Engineering Societ y
the Palomar Supper Club, will be in UBC Armory. Students are warned that in-
SATIRE German Club
Young will supervise the drama - fraction of the special rate privi-
The Pinafore score is one of th e heard at UBC next Tuesday, Oct- La Canadlenne Hilker Attractions, sponsors of
tics as in the past several years . lege may result in these being sus-
most melodic of all Gilbert an d ober 22, if the Jazz Society's effort s Law Society the special event, are planning t o
Coming from London some tim e pended .
Sullivan works. Biting politica l in arranging bookings are suc- University Branch of the B. C . put on several features of thi s
ago Mr . Young has been connected FIRST
satire, charming love melodies, an d ce ssful , Teachers' Federation kind, Dr . N . A . M. MacKenzie an d
with many prominent Vancouver Don Cossack Chorus will be th e
,the strains of rollicking lyrics o f A part of the program will feat- Pre-Optometry Clu b Dr. Gordon Shrum have made ar
shows, including Little Theatre and first group of artists to he pre .
"Never Mind the Why and Where- ure a dance band from downtown Pre-Dental Club rangements to allow UBC student s
the Theatre Under the Stars, i n sented in the Armory by Hilke r
fore", "The King's Navee", and Vancouver, who, with the Mills special rates at there concerts .
which he starred as a leading ac- Attraction . If this concert is a
"Sweet Little Buttercup" will soon brothers, will entertain students at
tor as well as a dramatic director . STUDENT RATES success it will be followed by
be heard from the chorus ensemble a noon hour concert . PHRATERE S
rehearsals . REHEARSALS Each student will be allowed others later this winter.
300 MEMBER S fifty cents off the regular price c i
In its 30th year' the Society will Rehearsals will begin Monday , SPONSOR DANCE actmission . This means that top
present their 18th annual light oper a October 21 at 12:30 p.m . sharp in V . I . STUDENT S
late in February . During this time Hut M 1, (Northwest of the Arm- FOR GLEE CLUB DELTA, Zeta and Epsilon chap- price of $3 .12 will cost only $2 .56
it has built up a reputation for ory . All students who audi- ters of Phrateres are the sponsors for UBC students . Prices will then CONTACT LSE
Three hundred members are
fine performances that is not sur- for the football dance in Drook range as low as 95 cents for th e
tinned for parts are requested t o needed for the Glee Club . Those GERRY MucDONALD, president
passed by any other amateur so- attend . This will be the first re- Hall lounge tonight . cheapest seat .
interested in singing for the fu n et the Literary and Scientific Ex-
ciety in the west , hearsal of the chorus ensemble an d of it are urged to attend the Clu b Ticket selling started Friday i n Rental money, paid by the Hil- ecutive wishes all students who
WILLIAM S orchestra so all members must be ;l2hearsal this afternoon, Saturday , die quad box office, Frank Night- ker corporation, for use of th e !ate North of Wellington, on Van-
This will mark the twenty-sec- there on time . Oct . 19 in the Brock Hall lounge, a t engale and his Varsity dance ban d Armory will be turned over to th e SERGE JAROFF
couver Island, to contact him i s
ond year of C . Haydn Williams as —Ann Whidman 12 :30 p .m . will supply the music . UBC War Memorial Gym Fund . . . . at UDC the AMS office .
far ~yoa~r campus bea t SIGNBOARD
President and Secretary, Canadian University Press .
By WARREN DAME R MEE'aNG—Of the Psychology MEETING—All American veteran s
Authorized as Second Class Mall, Poet Office Dept ., Ottawa. Mall Subscription - $2.00 per year . are asked to attend the meetin g
Club will be held on Tuesday ,
Published every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday during the university year by the Student Publications Boar d in the Canadian Legion Hut at
DESPITE the overwhelming male population which ha s Oct, 22 at the Tuck Shop . Din-
of the Alma Meter Society of the University of British Columbia . 12 :30 noon next Tuesday .
made girls of the female sex most solicitous as to associations, ner will be served at 6 :30 ; meet-
t t 1 • • t
the they are still evincing an adeptness at the promulgation o f ing to commence at 7 :30. MEETING—The Social Problems
opinions expressed are those of the Editorial Board of the Ubyssey and not necessarily those
Club's weekly discussion grou p
Alma Mater Society or of the University . pulchritude . The great influx of flocculent vestments lead s
▪ SISS S NOTICE — Commerce informa l will be held in Arts 113, Wed-
one to desire more detailed and graphic statistical analysis . nesday, October 23 at 12:30. The
Offices is Brock Hall . Phone ALma 1624 . For Advertising • Phone KErr . 1811 . dance, Brock Hall, Thursday, Oc-
Perhaps, for scientific observation, we could get a laboratory topic is "Scientific Socialism "
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF JACK FERR Y .. tober 24, dancing from 9-1 . Musi c .
model of a sweater girl in a crushproof package .
by Frank Nightengale and th e GAME—Men's Grass Hockey, Sat-
Getting upperclassmen to have their Totem pik taken i s urday, October 19, UBC vs. Van .
MINERAL STAFF : News Editor - Nancy Macdonald ; CUP Editor - Bob Mungall ; Sports Editor - Laurie Dyer; Varsity orchestra . Tickets on sal e
Features Editor, Norm Kleiman . and Photography Director - Tommy Hatcher . like carrying two cups of coffee through the Caf at noon . couver at Brockton Point, an d
from class presidents or Com-
STAFF THIS ISSUE : Senior Editor, Harry Castilou ; Associate Editor, Helen Mary Gowans . UBC vs . North Shore at Mr
GENTLEMAN'S HABERDASHER Y merce office . upper field.
It is generally considered that Point Grey is not subject to as muc h
THE LEGIO N meteorological fog as other parts of town. Perhaps It 's the hot air.
Good husbands may not grow on trees but some have wooden heads . "SINGING IN THE RAIN "
A natural result of heavy war vetera n to mention only a few of the many cause s Of current vogue in the department of gentlemen's haberdashery is th e
enrolment in every Canadian university was it has espoused—is sufficiently well-know n Wall Street Derby as modeled by the leading motorcycle enthusiasts o f Entails no discomfort if you are enveloped in one of these ne w
to speak for itself . the campus . Tc laymen, of course, it will urobably remain known a s
the formation of ex-service organizations . the Crash Helmet. RAINCOAT S
The first such group at UBC was the Cana - Now that the path of the student vetera n Mixed classes are composed of irregular verbs and men and women . There are Women's Raincoats in heavy plaid-lined Gabardin e
dian University Returned Men's Associatio n has been smoothed somewhat, thanks to their One member of the Tubers and Goobers Society is also a big gun o n in colours of Beige, Green, and Brown at $19 .50 . Satin-finialhed
efforts, the UBC Legion members feel tha t fully lined Coats of Winter weight In colours of Black, Red Beig e
(CURMA) . the Potato Board .
and Royal are also priced at $19 .50.
there is still much for them to do in makin g Current library congestion is largely due to the revival of the ancien t
In the spring of 1945, CURMA, by unani- the way easier for other less fortunate vet- and honorable game of footsies. These are recent arrivals and designed and tailored by on e
mous vote, was reconstituted as a branc h erans, and thus maintain the high publi c A wolf is a predatory creature which has never been proven to hav e
~f Montreal's leading coaturiers .
Sizes 12 to 40
of the Canadian Legion and issued a charte r esteem they have enjoyed so far. attacked a man .
by the B.C . Provincial Command . We could finarce the gym in a month by assessing the lunchtim e New RAINCOATS FOR MEN are of fine qaulity Englis h
Considering themselves as the most privi- lawn titterers a buck per bag . gabardine, are fully lined, practical and dependable Witty pr -
The main reason for this step was a desir e that will stand a lot of careless wear . Priced $17 .50
leged personnel under the Canadian rehabili- Haw would a group of major league games comprising Britain, U .S.A .
for affiliation with a recognized "spokesman " tation scheme, they regard the fulfilling o f and U .S.S .R. pan out? Ours for a World Series for the World Serious . Other guaranteed rainproof coats embodying the new Zela n
waterproofing process by Dupont are of selected English gabar-
of Canadian veterans, primarily to provid e these aims as an obligation which can be me t dines woven from Eyyptian yarns and are really rainproof.
"square-deal insurance" for those Attending EMOTIONAL CONFLAGRATIO N
only through a continuing interest in th e Priced to sell at $22.50 in sizes 36 to 46.
There was a minor emotional conflagration in a down town departmen t
university and also to play some part in Legion on the part of veterans attendin g store last week They had a big run on nylons .
solving the problems of ex-servicemen on a university. C. E. 4266, Advanced Ditch Digging is now being given at the Library , Reid' : Smart Wea r
national scale , It is for the sake of maintaining and fur- North Wing . This course is designed to give Engineers a deeper practical
foundation . 4516 West 10th Ave . ALma 150 4
The record of the UBC Legion Branch — thering this interest, therefore, that the UB C
We are stilt waiting for industrious Bad Soc . P.A . testers to say : Test-
its efforts to obtain housing for veterans, it s branch is holding its current membershi p ing, one, two, three, glary .
campaigning for higher grants, and its suc- campaign.
We notice that the daughters of Thoth wear their glittering amulet s
cesdul negotiating for a veteran ' s loan fund, —R.M. about the wrist rather than the bleep .
You can't have your cake and eat it too, but that doesn't atop it from
The Children s Hour '
By LFS BEWLEY You may find it hard to bring home the bacon but any romantic youth
will tell you that there is no shortage of cold shoulder .
!PRACTICAL ECONOMIC S
st the B of lid, t
. . .MImeaword Well, now—there 's a nice letter. Friendly the bank when students' A
accounts are welcome. ,
That you've often hear
Week -end Review
d as all get-out, right from the Vice-President , You can open an account
s Yet it makes you squint for as little as a dollar.
and no sign of the iron fist, unless you coun t
If you NO it In print . .
the Collection Manager, lurking in the back -
. . 'loll me what's wrong
With words or with you
That you don't mind the thin g
ground with a quiver full of Drafts. Tha t
calls for an appropriate reply . Here is the And Previe w BANK
Mt1N l'ftI : AI .
(,rrr,r,//,//N /I/ rIr l
suggested form : BY LEE GIDNE Y
Yet the name la taboo . r \nhr 1,41 " B m
—D . IL Lawrence. CASE, MAYBE ? THIS WEEK ON opposite side s inn the two, though the Englis h
of our main street here in Van . film doesn't actually belong to th e
WELL, AWAY WITH this bookish at- "Dear Meredith:- You will appreciate th e West Point Grey Branch : Sasamat and Tenth—E. J . SCHIEDEL, Manager
couver you could have witnesse d of the simple tale of violence .
mosphere . Today we turn to that eternall y pain I felt at receiving your mimeograph o f the showing of two very differen t "The Big Sleep . Mind you there
fascinating topic : How to Win Friends an d unspecified ultimo ; to discover that you had types of melodrama : the Amen - arc some attempted murders In it ,
almost reached the point of thinking that the can film - version of Raymon d Begin the
Mulct People for Money by -Writing Mas- and for all I know some success -
terful Business Letters . Out pens, read y confidence which you had developed wa s Chandler's thriller, "The Bi g fill ones too, But :i doesn't make
Sleep" and the English film, "En d AUTUMN SEMESTE R
one . True to the Krzniche system, we be - not justified . I bet you almost thought me a the uncomplicated brute-impac t
o r Night", based on a number o f impact of simple tale of violence . • With a visit to our Art Department
gin by offering an example, taken from life , cad, eh, Meredith? And then to learn tha t eel is stories by such writers a s • A complete line of Art and Drafting Supplies
you thought I had Let You Down—you, o f It has overtones of the super -
of How To Answer a Nice Letter from a E . F . Benson . • Fountain Pens and Pencils
natural intended to make grimme r q Loose Leaf Ring Books and Exercise Book s
Creditor : all people . Old Meredith, practically th e H u m p h r e y Bogart as ith . inroads on your resistance an d
"Dear Member : oldest and best friend I have in the boo k Clr_ndler's Philip Marlowe an d Ir ve you at the end as the fil m
566 Seymour Street PAcific 017 1
"I am sorry to note that your accoun t business . It almost makes me sick. Lillian Bacon as his woman , sorts walking hack again into th e
Wonderful, do competent jobs this man's dream of evil) in a mov e GEHRKE'S Ltd .
with us is not yet in balance . "Anyway, I want you to stop worryin g time and in spite of the numbe r demoralizing state of unresolve d
"During your membership in the Club , about how you could have been the one t o of corpses which accumulate by nitres . But it fails .
Phone PA-017 1
we have done everything possible to mak e fall down. You ' re fine, boy ; I haven't one quitting-time the thing is wort h It has an effect, but not in creatin g
our service interesting and pleasing . Through thing to complain about, not one—so don ' t seeing . William Faulkner, it sale , this feeling of dream-held terror .
had a hand in writing the script.
our book-dividend plan the cost of your boo k fret about THAT anymore . I : rather succeeds in re-creatin g
If you cross the street and se t a lost nostalgic remembrance of
purchases has been reduced considerably . "I like you, Meredith, but, entre nous, I to the "End of Night" you ma y childhood when such stories hart
PUZZLED MANAGER just can't go for your Collection Manager , find yourself willy-nilly compas s their full effects of fantasty. HAVE MUCH PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCIN G
"So I am puzzled as to how we can hav e Sneerlip . You know, the guy who tried t o * * *
fallen short in our part of the mutual agree- put his spoon into my bank account, before THE ACTORS in this film d o velopment, the concluding list o f GREAT STAR S
you kicked him out of your office for sug- Some excellent work but the :,cling credits being played across
ment . Yesterday our Collection Manage r script, done by four writers . the recurring opening scenes . An
reported to me that he has communicate d gesting it . COME TO TNE CAMPUS !
is rather thin . Tire mounting effec t effect of the action's being unre-
with you several times about the amoun t "Confidentially, if he had tried it (and i t of each character's supernatur a tolved end therefore true, or a t
owing. He was planning to make draft on won't work) I would have stropped my ol d experience on the audience i s least possible, was achieved b y • Several of our most Important stellar attractions will play the
University Armouries this season, whore the large aapaelt y
you through your local bank, but I have in- razor blade on his kidneys, just for fun. more that of a cosy group aroun d this device .
makes possible many moderate price seats !
the fire telling each other faintl y
structed him to defer this action . But the creaking oldness of th e
"So here's my $9 .90, Meredith . Now, will impossible ghost stories, than the
supernatural tricks of the plo t FIRST EVENT!!! Thursday, Oct . 24
"I do not want to believe that the confi- you have some lackey remove my card fro m desired audience-effect of mutual-
made it finally unconvincing . One 8 :30
dence which we have developed through your files, for good and for all, and strik e ly felt fear.
last point about it, the musica l
our months of pleasant association was no t me from the Club roster, before I lose m y The best thing about all this
was, I thought, the seemingly per- score is by the new French com-
justified . Any reason important enough to enjoyment of literature forever? With ver y fect circularity of he film's de - poser George Aerie .
prevent you from meeting your obligation s best wishes, I remain, etc . "
is important enough for me to investigat e * * *
—that's why I'm writing to you personally . Next week, my buckos : Love Letters an d AS AN antidote to these tw o This is possibly because in th e
How To Write Them, It will probably cos t you might go to see Mr. Rober t filming their Interesting plots are
Very sincerely yours, (signed) Meredith W . , Hope's Impersonation of "Monsieu r rescued from Mr . Maugham's inep t
Club." you money, too, but it's worth every cent .
Vice-President, Beaucaire" which may demoraliz e writing . At any rate, Paul Henreid
you in a different way and whic h as Philip Carey and Eleano r
LOST—"Facts about Shakespear e MEETING—Mrs. Campion, execu- Parker as that dreary slut Mildre d
leas some charming music accom-
CLASSIFIED small blue copy) in Arts 100 .
Please return to Anna Laubach ,
tive secretary of the Order of
Deaconesses, will speak to the
panying and in part atoning fen
Hope's escapades .
do show adequately the achin g
labyrinthine intricacies of our hu-
North 857R . However, the best film in tow n man bondage to sensual passion ,
FOUND—Grey Waterman's foun- women on the campus, Monday
tain pen in double comittee roo m this week is none of these but th e which though one of the most fer-
LOST—A small black change purse at 12 :30 p .m. in the Mildred Brock
Brock Mall Wednesday noon . new version of Somerset Maug- tile sources of the lyrical impuls e
between the bus stop and Acadi a room, The topic will be "Voca-
Owner Tease call at AMS office . ham's " Of Human Bondage" I t in man, is also the most frequent
camp . It contains a meal ticke t tions in the Church . "
and a small amount of money . is a peculiarity of Mr . Maugham's means of his personal degradation
LOST se STOLEN—from the Pu b Please return to Donna E. Ro-
novels that they do make good and final artistic disintegration .
MEETING—IRC public meeting
dark roams on Friday, Oct . 4, a bertson, Hut 44, Room 8, Acadi a films, in fact better films tha n Salut to them, and to Edmun d BRILLIANT NEW PROGRA M
12 .30 p .m ., Wednesday, October
WESTON MASTER 11 expoeur e camp. they are novels . Gwenn for his "Amelny" .
meta . PLEASE RETURN TO 23, in Arts 100 will feature Mis s A GREAT ORGAN OF 32 HUMAN VOICES !
PUB OFFICE . $10.00 REWARD TRANSPORTATION WANTED — Nejla Izzeddin, of the Arab Of- Singing Songs Famous from Moscow to Main Street !
bar—8 :30 classes Monday to Fri - fice, Waahing!ton, speaking o n LETTER TO THE EDITO R
LOST—Mottled grey Parker Pen , day . Phone "Betty" ICE . 4846Y . BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMEN T
"Arab Nationalism" .
minus clip, lost Tuesday morning . Dear Sir : which Mr . Klenman is so fond .
LOST—Blue Waterman's fountain REDUCED RATE to STUDENT S
Reward . Phone Vince 0ldaker , NOTICE—Legion Pipe Band Prac- Mr. Klenman, in his Thursda y 3. That the rules of punctuation
pen in the vicinity of the Quad .
AL $451R . tice Saturday, October 19, 1 p .m. column makes a number of inter- must always come before poetic Reg . $3 .12 for $2.50 Reg. $1 .87 for $1 .25
Will finder please call KE 0790Y . Reg . $2.50 for $1 .87 Reg . $1 .25 for $ .11
esting suggestions which for th e expression, and that experiment in
in the Armouries. All Taxes inc.! Present AMS Card .
LOST Fri- Oct . 4, Reynolds NOTICE—Passengers wanted fo r sake of brevity may be summar- art is undesirable .
"Rocket" Pen, ball point, green . car from North Vancouver. NOTICE—Urgent need for all jeeps , ized : 4. That "Lyric" is not a very WARNING ! These Special Rates Are Fo r
finder please call "Frank" L A Phone North 215 . 4 and 2 door convertibles, for pleasant and enjoyable little poem . UBC STUDENTS ONLY
1 That student poetry khoul d
051T . Reward . parade October 26 . Please noti- I must hasten to add that I am Please Do Not Try to "Beat the System "
compare favorably with Shake-
Id1ST -Pleats girl hitch-hiker wh o fy Bill Muir, War Memoria l not the author of "Lyric." But i f Or This Privilege will be Withdrawn,
speare and Owen .
FOR SALE—New single breaste d who left plaid scarf in car, thre e Office . I ever write a poem I hope Mr .
three button, blue gray, chal k weeks ago . Please apply Ar t 2 That John Donne may be take n Klenman will by that time be com- SEATS NOW! At KELLY'S MUSIC STORE, 632 Seymour St .
;tripe suit . $30.00. Size 37 . Call Sager ' s office, Extension Depart - Found—Student's black wallet. Ap- as an exponent of that regularity petent to judge it . PHONE : PAc, 3351 $3 .12 2 .50 1 .87 1 .25 Tax Inc .
ply AL 2764M . and conformity with tradition of Peter Remnant
f4fr six 3448 West 1st Ave . ment
HITCH HIKERS PAY THEIR WAY seccnaTc' rE aY
' :ust sels "'is" P age '
BY GERRY BATTE N they put a carefully labeled can I n either," said Bill producing a
the back seat where it could b e limp, shapeless cord that he vows NEW MILITARY PROGRAM
NEWEST angle on the campu s
clearly seen. The idea of voluntary was a brake cable not very lon g
transportation problem came t o
contributions worked very well for ago. Their only other worry I s
light this week when camera-sh y
the first week, but during the las t couple of tires that look as if FOR OFFICER'S TRAININ G
Bill Newell, 233 West 13th Ave .,
few days, offerings have fallen of f they might give up the ghost
formerly of Stewart, B . C ., picked
badly. A depression my be in- without much provocation . DETAILS q4 a new military THEORETICAL
up your correspondent who wa s training program for members of
dicated. Hal is the business manager for The theoretical phase for first
hopefully thumbing his way south the UBC contingent of the C .O.T.C . year students will include approxi-
MUSIC COMES the concern apparently, and is cer-
along the Mall . were announced Thursday by the mately ten to 15 hours of lectures
Bill disclosed that if things gi , tainly not the silent partner . He
Bill and his sidekick Hal Ket- was all for shoving the can unde r president. on the Canadian Army and weekl y
tleson drive to and from Varsity according to schedule, and his
the nose of all prospective rider s The program devised by Cana- parades. This will be a familiar-
hi a slightly decrepit '3Z Willie's credit holds good, there will be a
and extracting a nickel or dim e dian Army Headquarters will give ization period in preparation for
"6" which Bill worked hard all startling Innovation in the ver y the first summer camp .
before allowing them into the car , students, who intend to make the
summer to obtain . near future—some of us will b e Army their career, a chance to
but on that point Bill is very Second and third year student s
hitchhiking to music! That's right , qualify for acceptance in the ac- will take approximately 40 hours
DIDN'T PA Y they are Installing a car radio . firm—any contributions must be
entirely voluntary . tive force with ranks as high as of lectures on Military History,
After several days however, th e Being a strict economist, and a Captain and Lieutenant. Military Economics, Military Geo-
boys found that it wasn't paying bit of a mechanic, Bill does all GALS BEWARE! PROGRAM graphy (given by Faculty mem-
them, so Hal came up with a his own repair jobs, and let me Hal wound up the interview b y The whole program emphasizes bers) and Military Science (given
el illiant idea . Here they were with warn you, he is very fussy abou t adding that all the pretty girls on by Lt .-Col . McDougall.
that the unit will . not be "playing
a oar—and there were thousands the later. When one rider was s o the campus would be carried free at soldiers" . Candidates must meas- CADETS
of students struggling frantically mall as to strike a match on th e of charge, but no young ladies urn up to set standards throughout C .O .T .C . members under the new
to jam a pitifuly few buses, ergo, dash, there were some almost sul- have, as yet, taken a ride . the course . scheme will no longer be clrred
WHEN this hitchhiker climbs into Bill Newell's Willys ' why not pick up a load each way phuric remarks! Whether it was the car or the Commanding Officer of the con- as "Cadets" If accepted in their
and try to get a small contribution
he will find that bus and street car transportation are not th e SHE RUNS contents couldn't be determine d tingent is Colonel Robert W . Bon- first year, before proceeding to
toward buying gas. The latest mechanical effort wa s ner . Lt-Col. Richard B. McDougall ,
only modes of travel where money is required . The tin ca n Anyway, he warned all gals tha t summer camp they will be grante d
To avoid having to pry people the installation of a brake cable— the "Willie's Wolves" are on the a UDC graduate (B .A. 1934) has the temt.arary rank of Second
in inset serves as a means for Bill and his pal to pay thei r been appointed Resident Staff Of-
loose from their change forcibly "and not before she needed it prowl : Lieutenant .
expenses on the old car . ficer . If they complete the full cours e
The training program is divided successfully and take part in at
Vets Protest At U of M
Deposit Required AMS RATIFIE S
Extension Hea d
into two phases : theoretical and
practical . The theoretical phase
least two summer camps they wil l
qualify as Lieutenants In the Re-
will be conducted during the uni-
ENLARGED MED FACILITIE S
serve Force. If they attend three
For Soft Drinks THREE new clubs had their
charters ratified at a Council meet-
At Conventio n
versity session and the practical
during the three to four month s
camps they will qualify as Captain s
in the Reserve Force or Lieutenant s
A NICKEL deposit, refundable ing on Tuesday, October 15. MR. ROBERT J. BOROUGHS , vacation period at Active Force in the Active Force.
DISCUSSED AT MANITOBA on return of the bottle, is now re-
quired for students who buy soft
drinks on the UBC campus .
The three organizations are : The
Pharamaceutical Society ; The
Assistant Director of the UBC Ex-
tension Department will attend the
local convention of the B. C . Tea-
camps across Canada.
Christian Scientist Society and th e PROTECT
WINNIPEG, Oct. 18, (CUP)—A making any such promise regard- This development in the clean-up cher's Federation at Kamloops from
Society of Civil Engineering wil l Time Short Fo r
committee to investigate the possi- ing ex-servicemen . and was sup- campaign is the official action tak- October 24 to M. WHAT YOU HAVE
ported by university president A . be granted a charter when cou-
bility of Increased enrolment in en to oust campus "litter-louts ." While away Mr . Boroughs will For those who are finally get-
medicine at University of Manitoba W. Trueman, who declared ther e travel from Kamloops on the Ok- Totem Picture s ting family accommodation don' t
CONSUMED DRINK let your furnishings and belong-
has been appointed . had been a "complete mtsunder- anagan circuit of the National Film
It is the result of a joint meetin g standing. " "A three or five cent deposit SECOND, third and fourth year ings go unprotected when the y
is necessary on all bottles, regard- Board with the field repreentative can be insured at very mall
recently Cl the university board of Johnny Norri s Walter Goodland. He will also tou r Arts and Commerce students have
Speaking on behalf of the vet- less of where the drink is con- cost .
governor, members of the faculty only two weeks left for picture s
erans, Ronald Turner, MLA, sai d the Kamloops-North Thompson
of medicine and representatives of sumed," Bob Harwood, junior taken by the Totem photographer . FIRE AUTOMOBILE
In reply, "Several students are pre- member on AMS said Wednesday . circuit with Carl Sorsdahl,
the Manitoba Government . Heads Vet Joel "Students in this category are PERSONAL
pared to swear under oath that Notices of the action have been CO .ORDINATION PROPERTY FLOATERS
urged to sign the appointment ,
JANUAlIT COURSE they were definitely told, that if JOHNNY Norris is the ne w
sent to Frank Underhill, manager Mr. Boroughs is making these sheet in the Quad hnmedlately" ,
A special January course and an they presented the medical sel- commander of the Legion 'Jo e KEN SPEIR S
of the campus salaries. trips to co-ordinate more closely said Jean MacFarlane, Totem edi-
enlarged annual medical quota ar e ection board with a clean (post - The official move came after Jobe" Committee which was con- GENERAL INSURANCE
the services of the Extension De- tor .
among questions under consider- war) slate, they would have noth- MAr, Ili; $7 Rogers RIdg.
repeated warnings to undergradu- stituted to perform a variety of partment with those of the Nation- All graduating students must be
ation. ing to worry about The complete
ates-concerning empty bottles o n miscellaneous functions not speci- al Film Board in the various com- photographed In hoods and gown s
This is the latest development i n misunderstanding referred to by the campus-had been ignored. fically assigned to other branches. munities. which are to be supplied . Secon d
a controversy which began Sept - the president may be within th e Robbins Studi o
A campaign will be started in th e In order to accent their import- and Third year students, who ha d
ember 17, when a veterans' delega- university . " near future against abandoned and PHOTO SHOP
ance, and possibly to impart som e pictures taken last year need not
tion appeared before Hon, J . C. lunch papers and fruit peelings . SAGE SPEAKER 4395 West 10th Ave
dignity to their group, Norris an d have them retaken unless they
'Dryden, minister of education ,
charging that admissions to th e
faculty of medicine were made on
Campus Legion NEW DIRECTOR
his lieutenants, Jack Paterson an d
Reno Rinalidi, have changed th e AT SERVICES
Pictures of Science and other fa- USE OUR 8-HOU R
Firm Finishing Service
name to 'Service Committee . ' PROFESSOR W . N . Sage o f culties begin October 30.
an unfair bads.
The delegation, said Dr . Alvi n
Mothers, Dean of Medicine at the
Second Larges t UBC MUSICALS
C . HAYDN Williams, newly ap-
Organization and recruiting ar e
proceeding now, and a call ha s
UBC's Department of History, wil l
be guest speaker at the Universit y
OTHERS ALSO IN STOCK
RESULTS of the Legion Mem- A . C . Buckland, consulting for-
University of Manitoba, had prom- pointed musical director of the Al - been issued to any and all Legion . students' annual service to be hel d
bership Drive to date have made est engineer, will address th e
ised that law grades made by stu- ma Mater Society, will instruct aires wishing to serve in some ca - Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m ., Oct-
University Branch 72 the larges t Forest Club on Monday, Oct . 21 ,
dents previous to enlistment woul d pecity to leave their names wit h ober 27, at West Point Grey United ALma 166
students in the forthcoming Musical at 12 :30 in Ap . Sc . 202 .
not be taken into account in se- in Vancouver and the second lar- any of the above-mentioned per - Church.
Society operatta, the Glee Club
lection of entrants this fall, pro- gest in. British Columbia . A reception in the lower hall
and other UBC musical 'functions . sons or at the Legion Office.
vided they had made a "goo d Mr . Williams has been on the follows the service .
Helen Noel, executive member in
showing" in their post-war pre- charge of the Membership Commit - UBC campus for 21 years, working
LIST COMPILE D
med courses . tee, has announced the enrolmen t with the Musical Society . His ap-
DVA APPROVE S
The delegates also pointed to ex- of 232 new members and 71 renew . pointment means broader oppor-
pansion of medical facilities at FOR AMERICANS
als during the first half of th e tunities for those students unde r
eastern universities expressly i n the Literary and Scientific Execu- VETS GRANTS
current drive . This brings Branch A list of names, serial numbers ,
in-der to accomodate veterans . tive who are musically inclined . and file numbers of the 20 Ameri- ANY student veterans who have
72 membership to well over 2,000,
DENIAL second in size to Brittania Branch , can veterans attending UBC will b e not as yet received a letter ad- ' 0faWk
Dr . Mathers later disclaimed Victoria , compiled for use in reportin g vising them that their grants hav e
PHRATERES HOP grievances to Washington . been approved, should contact 00pithfy
DVA of"ce at Bute and Her o
ON SATURDA Y This was decided on at a meetin g 1
Normal Schoo l In conjunction with the member -
ship Committee, the Legion Visit- PHRATERES formal on Octobe r
last Tuesday evening, of Ameri-
can ex-service students at UBC .
streets as soon as possible .
Veterans who have not bee n
ing Committee has commenced a 31, an Acadia camp dance on S .
sent their cheques are requested
For Vice Student s drive to obtain magazines and per-
iodicals (not over one month old )
u rday, October 19; hand book ex-
ams and election of executive
Future meetings for this grou p
will be held in one of the com- tr, refrain from phoning the Van-
couver orrice of the DVA Trea-
Students may leave these in boxe s mittee rooms in the Canadian Le-
STUDENTS, staff and equipment were all on the agenda at last
gion Hut, with dates publicized in sury Branch, as DVA is doing al l
of Victoria College will be moved provided about the campus or brin g Thursday night's Phrateres meet-
them in to the Legion office . the Ubyssey and on the Quad not - in their power to get the cheques
from Dunsmuir Castle on Oralg- ing .
ice board. out .
darrooh Road to the Provincia l A booth for selling the Phra-
Normal School on Richmond Road , teres formal tickets will be set u p
announced Premier Hart on
Campus Await s in the Arts building .
Theme of the dance is Hallo-
Premises of the Normal Schoo l ween fantasy .
are to be shared with the student
Canteen Openin g
IN ABOUT two weeks tim e AGGIE BANQUE T
HOUSING UBC's campus can expect th e
In order to house Victoria Col- opening of a Legion Dry Canteen . , IN COMMODORE
lege students, alterations in th e in the back of Legion Hut M 12 . AGRICULTURAL Undergradu-
school building will start immedi- ate Society's informal banquet and
ately and the premier expects them Primary function of this , can -
dance—slated for the Commodor e
to be completed in about on e teen will be to supply a much -
on October 2$--will be also at-
month. needed service to the Campus i n
general thus alleviating over - tended by department heads an d
The move from the castle—home professors .
of the college for the last fe w
crowding of present facilities . . I t
will also serve as a rendezvou s Prizes won at the Field Day ,
years has been the subject of pet- October 25, are to be awarded .
ition by the students in recent
street demonstrations , Bill Hill, in charge of prelimi- NOTICE !
nary arrangements, is endeavour The Psychology club has open-
PHRATERES TO iug to obtain the necessary sup - ings for new members. Any in-
Your Eyesight is Precious!
plies and equipment . It is possibl e tereested persons may join by leav-
HOLD FORMAL that a permanent manager will b e ing information as to name, ad -
appointed by the Legion, but othe r dress, phone number, year, major Protect it with BETTER LIGH T
MUSIC by Frank Nightingale i n
help will be selected from th e and minor subjects, in the AM S Now, as the days grow shorter, home lights wil l
UBC's Brock Hall will be feature d It's Fun, It's Easy, It's Profitable v
ranks of Branch 72 members who letter rack . Also what psychology burn longer. Save yourself from needless eye-strain ,
at the Phrateres•fall formal, Oct-
are in need of part-time work . courses taken and being taken . AND HERE'S ALL YOU DO :
ober 31 . with attendant headaches and general tiredness, by
Committee members in charg e ensuring that your lighting equipment is ampl e
are Ann Lewes, Marg Gamey an d Write down clearly a catchy name for these high qualit y
and of correct wattage . Children especially require
Maxine Lindow .
Decorations will follow a Hal-
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close concentration on reading matter imposes
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INVITES Students of UBC to FOR YOUR selection we have plastics in Brown , will be announced In the press November 15.
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WHITMANGRIDDERS MEET THUNDERBIRDS TODAY
Saturday, October 19, 1946 . Page 4
Kabat Eleven To Attemp t
Jinx-Breaker On Gridiro n
LAURIE DYER, Sports Edito r VARSITY THUNDERBIRDS sharpen their talons ane w
this afternoon, determined to cop that jinx-breaking first vic-
tory which has marred their football debut under the Ameri-
can code, at the expense of the high-flying Whitman Colleg e
. For men onl y Missionaries . Without a win in two tries, and outscored in a
disheartening ratio of almosf four to one, Greg Kabat' s
By PETE McGEER thwarted grid machine expects to shed the kinks in this vita l
tilt scheduled to start at 2 :00 p .m .
(ED. Note—When the Ubyssey gets a columnist, the lad Is forever
Playing again before the home -
popping up with another effort. Such is the case with Pete McGeer wh o
crowd which proved somewha t JOKERS PLA N
wrote "For Men Only" whenever he felt like it on this page two year s
apathetic during last week's one-
No. At present, Pete Is doing graduate work at Princeton after getting a
sided slaughter at the hands of th e TACOMA JAUN T
scholarship here last year. Always a great sportsman, Pete Is obviously
proven Western Washington Vi -
still interested in the sportlight . )
kings, UBC's football pride no w NOVEMBER 2
carries the experience it lacke d
COLLEGE AND FOOTBAL L in its initial games onto the stad- COMES NOVEMBER 2nd and
PRINCETON, Oct . 12, 1946—Today Princeton played its ium turf, and among grid circle s comes a gigantic car parade, on e
of the first in a long that) at UBC .
600th football game, and having seen two of the oldest school s the consenus of opinion favors the
Canadian team. The parade, compoafd of Uni-
of the country fight it out on the gridiron, I thought some o f verelty students, will travel th e
Piloted by veteran coach, Ray-
you people back in B .C . might be interested in the color that mond "Nig" Borleske, fondly re- short jaunt to Tacoma In order to
goes with such a game. -sae er garded on the Walla Walla cam - provide a much needed cheerin g
—Courtesy Crystal Poo l pus as the dean of Pacific North - section for the Thunderbird toot -
Things started this morning when the Harvard band west football mentors, the Mis- ball team when they meet the Cal .
paraded through the town . They were about 60 strong, and Future Olympic Star By Nap Turner sionaries have brought a ful l legs of Paget Sound that day .
were accompanied by many loud-mouthed Harvard under- roster of 48 men for the Vancouve r Don't leave It up to a few. You
are needed . Your ear Is traded.
grads. These uncouth gentlemen considered the game to be game . Lacking in experience an d
settled already and made no bones about it . FAMOUS SWIM CHAMP AT UB C boasting but seven lettermen, the
squad has had to contend with
Anyone who wants le get Int o
the spirit of the thing and get
down for the trip are asked to sig n
By 11 :80, Palmer Stadium was beginning to fill up. The INCONSPICUOUS among the myriad of freshettes that has moved in droves to dec- parallel problems that have per-
up at the AMS office In the Brock
stands are in a horseshoe shape, and seat 55,000 . To get there plexed "Hardrock" Kabat during
orate the campus this year, is a comely, blue-eyed co-ed, who should vividly enhance th e or at the Joker table Is Its Cafe-
the current season .
you had to run the gamut of program and souvenir sellers athletic reputation of her Alma Mater in the not-too-distant future . For in 17-year-old Irene teria .
BORLESKE KNOWS FOOTBAL L Yee, the Jokers are behind It .
and that in itself was no mean feat. It gives you excellent Strong, Varsity has a swimmer who has skyrocketed to national and international prom-
Borleske, who will match his Tuum Est.
practice in broken field running, inence, and as a result of her prowess in the water has established herself as an inevitabl e football cunning against the wil y
nucleus of Canada 's 1948 Olympic teem . Kabat tutorship, has been Athleti c
A Bit Of A Drum, Yet Upholding the tradition inaugur• Director, Head Football Coach , Seattle Trac k
The Harvard band paraded out on the field before the ated by two other famous B.C. and Head Baseball Coach at Whit -
game and their chief piece was a drum at least seven fee t Swinton Snatche s mermaids who dominated the na-
tion's aquatic world in their ow n Favor Campusme n man for 31 years, during which
period the small Washington Col-
high, mounted on a carriage, and pulled by two bandsme n Visit Probabl e
time—Joan Langdon and Shirley lege has played a prominent par t
while a third stood off and pounded . They were followed by
the Princeton band which had smarter uniforms but whic h
Torrid Turf Tilt Muir—Irene has recently been
nominated for the title of the mos t
In Coming Rugger in the history of the Pacific North -
west Conference, The Missionarie s
UNIVERSITY of British Colum-
bia will definitely accept the Uni-
didn't give the diversity 'of formation . MEDALLIST Bob Eason and two outstanding swimmer of the year . ENGLISH RUGBY goes travel - have dominated . track, baseball , versity of Washington's invitation
of the tournament favorites, Dave By virtue of a practical clean- ling today as UBC plays North and tennis since the formation of to participate in an America n
The game got underway at 2:00 and from then on the Dale and Doug Bajus were watch- sweep at the Nationals held in Shore All-Blacks at Ambleslde the conference in 1928, and have Thanksgiving Day cross-country
cheer leaders were in constant action . They remained ou t ing the University match play Hamilton in the spring when hi m Park . The All-Blacks still smart- swept to three football titles i n run, provided the piano for tb
in front of the crowd all the time and usually they were busy . championship from the club house copped the 100 and 200 yard free - ing from the 20-0 licking that the y the bargain, the last in 193 1 event are completed, the UBC Phy-
steps today following defeats In style events, the 100 yard breast- received from Varsity earlier i n
Of course the band helped them along quite often . stroke, and the 150 yard medley , INJURIES PLAGUE 'BIRDS sical Education Department an-
the first round at the University the week will be trying hard fo r nounced Friday .
the young freshette proved her - a win . The spirit that UBC exhi- Minor injuries have continue d
At half time the bands entertained us again . They vied golf course. Physical Ed . chief Bob Osborne ,
Eason fell before Varsity letter - self a one-man swim team . bited when they held the mighty to plague the Thunderbird dress-
with each other to see who could play more of the othe r ing room, but the only crippling
sent a reply to the Washingtonian s
man Hans Swinton after a battle Irene entered the MU Wo- Meralomas to a tie on Monday last , yesterday to the effect that UBC
school's songs . They managed, however, to finish with on e that lasted to the 18th green whil e men's National Championships in should be even stronger in enem y ailments are evidenced' in the
could definitely be counted in o n
of their own . Dave Dale lost out to Ted Cham- Seattle in April with seventeen territory, and West Vancouver limping of Tony McClorg and Bert
the event which is intended to tak e
Horwood who will probably b e .9
bers in a match that was decided Canadian records behind her, an d should see a good game this o f the place of the cancelled holiday
More Than One Battle on the 27th hole. although plagued with exam wor- ternoon . forced to keep to the bench fo r
run formerly sponsored by the
ries, extended Patty Sinclair to a this afternoon's game .
The game was close right down to the dying second s Dale and Chambers were squar e Picturesque Brockton Oval is th e
Team spirit has picked up con-
Spokane Athletic Roundtable. The
at the 18th and after deciding t o terrific photo-finish victory as th e scene of another great rugger bat- UBC boys took top place in th e
and although we almost made it, Harvard squeezed us out , existing American record was siderably since the 25-0 shellack-
go another nine holes the next da y tle today as Varsity plays the re - Roundtable last year, as well as
13-12. Chambers won out 2 and 1 . stroked off the books by 3-10 o f ing posted on the Blue and Gold making a fine showing with thei r
organized South Buraby fifteen . In
Most of the spectators stayed to see the little battle afte r a second . last Saturday, and big Herb Cap- second team .
. Doug Bajus went out via the de - the second half of a double-heade r
ozzi will lead a grimly confiden t
the game . As soon as the gun went, the Princeton men form- fault route when he conceded his AMERICAN RECOGNITION the powerful Meralomas meet
rack of athletes onto the gridiro n
ed around their goal posts, Harvard attacked, and quite a match to Russ Latham and a bou t This inspired performance pro- Rowing Club for the first time. INTRAMURAL NOTICE
of flu . voked a generous comment fro m ALL INTRAMURAL groups
pitched battle ensued. The goal posts fell but superior num- VARSITY POWER-LADEN The Thunderbird squad whic h
PLOMMER IN Ray Daughters, nationally fame d are warned that the Touch foot -
bers told and we managed to rescue the pieces . These were South Burnaby who showed goo d finally powered its way to th e ,
ball schedule printed in th e
Bob Plommer was still in after coach of the Seattle Swimmin g Hardy Cup, emblematic of West -
carried off to our stands and the impetuous Bostonians wer e Club, who rated the Canadia n
form when they blanked Rowing Ubyssey of Thurs ., Oct . 17, is
a 4 and 2 victory over Bob Wil- Club 9-0 has been the pet of Harry ern University football supremacy ,
given to understand that we might have lost the game, bu t liams, while Ormy Hall swampe d star as "one of the top three swim- completely in error . . .Due to an
Winters and Howie McPhee, wel l in 1945, also absorbed two early unfortttnate mistake made at the
dignity (the goal posts, that is) was still ours . Johnny McKeen 8 and 7 for th e mers in North America ." Recog-
known in Vancouver rugby circles, defeats, but came back to out -
nition from American aquatic cir- printers, the schedule was en-
biggest win so far . and has regained some of the score the Golden Bears from Al- tered wrongly. All group in-
Gaiety Roams The Campu s Oak Naftel took Walt Manning cles establishes a precedent fo r
spirit that is needed to win. The y berta for the title . The many fans volved are asked to consult
a feminine swimmer from north
After the game I walked through the campus. It had 2-up while Pete &irks finished off will be up against a winning Vars- on hand to witness the great tus- T'uesday's paper, when a we.
Don Carmichael at the 19th hole . of the 49th parallel .
been absolutely deserted during the afternoon, but now it wa s ity team that is loaded with bi g sle this afternoon will be thinkin g rection of the Touch football
Far from being a slave to th e
Other results : names. Featured in the three- of the comeback trail which lie s
alive with the sound of chatter and laughter . Many parties Second flight : George Hartfor d pool, Irene is a typical 20th cen-
schedule will appear.
quarter line will be Bud Spiers , open to Varsity's grid warriors.
were being held in dorms, as the boys, many of whom had beat John Bramley, 19th hole, Andy tury co-ed, with an appreciativ e Andy Johnston, Roy Grant, Got -
dates down for the week-end, filled in the time between the Carmichael beat Howie Fry, 1-up , eye tworads the social angles of
die McKee, and Russ Latham . This WEEKEND SOCCER
university life, and a determined VARSITY entertains New West-
game and the dance tonight . Nev Holman beat Charlie Long, is the same combination that fin -
2-up . glance at the books during th e minster Legion on the stadium up -
A few of the vendors were still about, advertising an y Third flight : Don Dunn beat Nic k week. But freedom becomes a ally got rolling in their last game per field at 3 :00, Saturday after- SHIRT S
souvenir anyone wanted, for half price, too . Fedoruk, R. Stewart beat C. Heggle, nonentity when the pert miss don s and went over for five tries. It noon while UBC travels to Co-
John Harrison beat Dave Bremner . her bathing suit and begins her coach Roy Haines was successfu'. quitlam to meet the Valley boys on
Tomorrow, all will be quiet as everybody starts saving Fourth flight : Ron Bray bea t arduous training periods under th e
in his practice sessions this week , their home field. Coquitlam gam e
energy up for another football week-end. The crowds which John Bagby (def) , strict tutelage of Percy Norman , time is 2 :30, Saturday, and If th e
the Varsity students should be goo d
the coach who developed all he r UBC players will meet at th e
flowed into this quiet little town will have gone, and peac e Fifth flight : Ron Cliff beat Ron
for some fast action. Predictions
latent talent . corner of Tenth Ave and Kings-
and sanity will reign for another six days . Dent 5 and 4, Ken Moe beat Bil l
have Varsity and UBC winnin g way at 1 :00 they will get a ride to
Mc (innon, def, Al Parker bea t SWIMS FOR VARSITY
At Behan, Jerry Cross beat Joh n Irene is presently swimmin g by 10 points. Coquitlam .
Burton. under the colours of the Blue an d
STARTING LINEUP S
Gold in the Varsity Swimmin g
Whitman ollege '7'r' UBC BOXING CLUB Club, piloted again by Coach
UBC'S BOXING CLUB is hold- Douglas Wnittle, Now boastin g
52 JOHN STEPHENS left end BERT HARWOOD 18
ing its workouts on Monday, Tues- one world record already (the 5 0
91 BOB TENNEY left tackle PHIL NIXON 20 day, Wednesday and Thursda y yard breaststroke in a 50 yar d
11 BUTCH BOWER left guard GORDIE GENGE 16 from 4 :30 to 5 :30 p.m . pool ; swum at Kelowna in 33 .3
N STAN LOCHRIE centre BILL PEARSON 15 All students interested are wel- seconds), she is fast approaching
12 DICK TURBAK right guard come . The $1 .00 fee must be pai d that peak that will give UBC it s
HERB CAPOZZI 33
first at the AMS office. first Olympic title.
M BUCK WILLIAMS right tackle ALEX LAMBE 25
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