trgast.g Issued Twice Weekly by the Students' Publications Board of The University of British Columbia VOL, XV, VANCOUVER B. C., TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1933 No. 2 3 WONDERS IN OUR MIDS T Medical Profession INTERNATIONAL DEBATER S To Absorb Healers BRING DOUBLE VICTOR Y Predicts Dr .Haywood Perry and Dryer Have Decisive Victories . Over Stanford and California State Uni- versity--Audiences Enthusiastic Osteopath., Already Ab, bed hiroprac• tors Menace To MedltedProfission Says Intercollegiate Debaters Lose Contest With Saskatchewan an d Speaker. Manitoba 2si and 54. Absorption of healing cults by di g inedtc 1 profession was Returning home Monday from their trip to California, Neil prophesied by Dr, A. K. Haywood, superintendent of the Van. Perry and Vic Dryer, U,B .C's international debaters, brought couver General Hospital, 'in tracing the history of the cults a t with them undisputed title to Pacific Coast forensic laurels . The a meeting of the Vancouver Institute, in Arts 100 on Saturday' boys won decisive victories at Palo Alto over Stanford, and at evening, ' Berkeley over California State University. Their subject was Osteopaths, he said, already wire being,lbsorbed, Thi s You wonder what this is all about? W . might also if we had not bee n "Resolved That Western Civilization Must Follow the Moscow cult, when founded in 1892, held that all diieiei were due to told it Is some of the marvels of mimic., and property of the Physicists. (1 ) Road " a resistance coil and gslvinonisten, and maladjustment of the spine, which affected blood circulation. shows utterly Inooetpreheadble to Ott humbleti) ' a distillation apparatus.s (lit is scribes of th+e Pub„ but ha Intercollegiate debaters competing in Saskatoon against •the University of gaskttteherdan, and They claim to be able to cure anything by adjusting the spinal been bearded as perpetual motion . in Motel Vancouver against Manitoba vertebrae. But nowadays osteopathy Was admitted to be VICTORIOUS University were not as successful Na. . p "'simply "a tom' of one ause of some diseases, ments and Brown lost the verdict i n oimpaths Mods Osteopaths had broadened out. • Sun Staff Is tins preirie city by a vote of two t o They had , embraced, practically the vzCtiroRrovs Wy Am I one, while Whimster and Millar wer e defeated Eny a five nothing acore, I n entire field of medical practice . Their schools, giving $ tour year cours e Subjected To Blue Today ? both these debates the topic under dis- cussion was "Resolved that this house and requiring high school standing for admission, were simply secon d clam medical schools . Second Spasm Ask Physicist s disapproves of Governments invadin g the rights of individuals. "NoJudgesin . Southern to As osteopaths became more con . "There were not judges~dther The staff of Vancouvoes Home By T servative, chiropractors had taken Newspaper Is having a hectic tim e debath," stated Nell Perry, "as It seem s away from them the patients at- . What gives you that down-in-the - these days . Scarcely had they , r mouth feeling? According to stu- to be the custom in the Stater to en - tracted by the "cure-all" feature, and trust the decisions to the audience i n cuperated from the shock of watch- dents in the Science Building there the chiropractors had prospered so the case of international competitlom a ing the Ubyssey staff handle their are electrical charges in the air which mightily that they were now the At Stanford the American team wa s paper last Tuesday than another pep you up or get you down . Mem- largest healing cult in the United asked to retract certain statements b y happy band of embrio journalists ar- bers of the Outdoor Club will be gla d States, where there was ode chiro- angry hecklers and we received a ten- rived to, do their stuff . That was to hear that mountain air is invig- practor to every ten physician . to-one decision over our opponents." yesterday. The newcomers—parent s orating because it contains an over - Cbiropractle Deluge 191$.1933 In both debates, the British Colum- of the "University of Washingtpn abundance of "negative ions ." Pro- Chiropractic spread with grea t bia boys met talented opposition . At , Daily"—spent the day in spying ou t fessors can also get an explanatio n rapidity from 1919 to 1923 . Then Berkeley, their competitors Wer e 7 growth slowed off till 192 , Now it the land, several visiting our Pub at of rheumatic pains before rain y noon, apropos of bringing out the weather. Frank Fullenwider and Joseph halo , is declining again. In 1920 there experienced public speakers . Fu1m- first three editions of today's Sun In a fifteen-minute paper to be were 79 chir'opractice schools ; in ltrz1 wider is known in the ft4fic .South- compliant with their own ideas o f head toan,open .meeting of the Phye- there were 4% -mow there are 21 . west " e`er 'lnle notable a in the journalism. In the Ubyssey sanc- lea Club on Wednesday, at 3 :10 i n "I think," said Dr . Haywood, "tha t Hoover campaign of 1932, while Fetish), tum they posed for numerous pic- Science Tom Mow will enlarg e chiropractics now stands where os- although facing his first internationa l tures. on this subject of "The Ion Conten t J. W. THOMPSON teopathy did 15 years ago . We may competition is considered as a first similarly expect it to broaden unti l The visitors, twenty strong, hav e of the Atmosphere" and demonstrat e Who with Stenton composed the Al- class campus orator. come up from Seattle by auto . The y special apparatus for its measure- berta team . Both of these debaters it becomes practically a medical sys- The Importance attached to th e " tem . are all students of the faculty of ment . journalism at their college, and t! e Another demonstration by Georg e are law students. debate by the Californians wa s The theory of chiropractice is well exemplified by the fact tha t strikingly similar to that of osteo- A. STENTON Dean, Vernon McKenzie, has accom- Mossop will illustrate the principl e Hon. A. C. Charleton, British Con- Who with his confere opposite, com- panied them . Their labours will of Dr. Clauae's sea-water turbine, pathy. All ills are believed to be sul General for San Francisco, wa s due to dislocation of the spine, whic h posed the Alberta team which defeat- form an interesting contrast with hailed by newspapers a year ago a s asked to take the chair. causes the vertebrae to press on the ed Millar and Whimster. those of the Ubyssey stall on Jan- the nearest thing to perpetual mo- Players' uary 17, and the subject Is expected tion ever invented . And it works. Warm Reception Accorded nerves between them . Adjustment Nell Perry was particularly struck of the spine by the "chiropracti c to inspire copious letters to the edi- In the laboratory, Mossop obtain s tor of the Sun in the near future, to similar conditions to those at the by the warm reception accorded to throat" is the cure . Chiropractic Theory Fallacous Such a theory, said Dr . Haywood, (Please turn to Page Three) epClub the greater glory of one of the ink y bottom and surface of a tropical brotherhoods. ocean . Patrick ivuci'aggart-Cowan, presi- Try-out the visitors in Palo Alto and in Berke- ly. "Following both the debates," state s Nell, "people came up on the plat- form to shake hands with us and spea k dent of the Club, will be heard i n President Urges Bids pen DiStaff Resignations scontent Causes O a short paper on "The Stabilizin g Oscilloscope" and will project on a small screen the waves formed by to us. Our welcome at Berkeley wa s Results even greater than at . Palo Alto, be - cause there were a large number . of the human voice, by light, and b y The prelimintary try-outs for th e Canadians among the audience." More Enthusiasm TO a Few On Eastern Weekly alternating electrical .currents. It is a n Spring Play took place on Friday , exact visual reproduction of th e wave form being Investigated . When in Berkeley, Perry and Dryer resided at International House, a January 20 . The members of th e building donated by J . D. Rocke- Fredericton, N. B ., (C .LP .) — Dis- Players' Club aspiring to parts in this feller Jr. for the exclusive use of At Fresh Meeting The Pep Club has come forward wit h agreement concerning policy was de- a request that all interested Fresh - nied to be the cause of the resigna- production had gone to some troubl e foreign students visiting in the city . The House is duplicated nowhere els e in rehearsing their parts and th e In the world except New York, and men and Sophomores make applica- tion here to-day of the staff of the Great Expectation s Results of the Fresh Elections on tion for memberashlp in the Club . I t Brunewickton, weekly undergraduat e judges' task was not an easy one . A as Perry stated, "We felt most for- Friday at noon saw Jean Lowrie take has been found that there Is more publication of the University of New Voiced For Hi Jinks final assignment of all parts will be tunate in receiving the full privil- the poet of Secretary, Margaret Bu- work than can be conviently hand - Brunswick . 'Although the action can e made on Wednesday, January 25 , eges of celebrities ." chanan, Literary Representative , led by the present quota. m a surprise to the general public "We want the Hi Jinx to be a Gordy "Horses" Douglas take the Each member is assigned certain here, It was intimated that the oc- wonderful success so every one when the final try-outs are held . position of Men's Athletic Represent- work to perform, and several occu- currence had been gradually led u p please turn out," said Dorothy Those remaining In the running are Drusilla Davis T o ative, and Kay Baum* that of Wo- pations are still open with none to to by previous events. Thompson at the W .U.S. meeting on as follows: Bill Sargent and Cyri l man's Athletic Representative . fill them, such as sign painters, stag e Before resigning, the staff passed Monday noon . ' The Hi Jinx whic h Chow for Poirot, the great Frenc h Reenact 'Fog' Par t In opening the session Bill Lynott, hands, etc ., and assistants at the pep a motion asking, for the resignation s is a masquerade party for girls is to detective who solves the bafflin g "Fog", the one-act play which wa the new president, called again fo r meetings . of the associate editors-in-chlef, Fred be held on Thursday, January 29, crime and who is the-principal char- s pester class spirit. "You may have Those who in their own opinion Fenety and Frank Wetmore, and the in the Gym. from 7 :45 to 10 :30 p.m. chosen as the campus prize play of been merely a class before but yo u have plenty of Wim, Wigor, and Wi- appointment in their place of Car l The party is very informal and al- acter of the play . Betty Wilson for , 2*, and which was written by must remember that you are now tality, are urged to put in their ap- Watson, sports editor . A report sub- lows everybody to get acquainted . Caryl, Francis McIntyre, Beulah Sydney Risk, graduate of the Class an organization, and conduct your - plications, which must be in at the mitted to the Student' Council wa s Out of town girls are especially James, and Pat Ryan for the part o of '20, will be presented by graduate selves as such. " latest by Friday. They should b e adopted. Donald W . Swift was re - asked to come . f members of the Players' Club in th Flora, and Jacqueline MacGregor , local eliminations for the Nationae The president also stated that the made in writing and addressed t o appointed business manager and re - Each class will present a ih at i l class spirit as a whole was deplor- the Pep Club, Arts Letter Rack . (Please turn to Page Three ) skit and a prize is offered for th e Mary Darnbrough, and Margaret ' Drama Festival which will tak e r able, and reminded his listeners tha t Pep Club membe s are always as- best . Everyone is asked to come in Palmer for the part of Mrs . Talbot, I place 1n Ottawa in April . the Freshmen class was the sourc e sured oa a good time—besides back- fancy dress and prizes will be gi #e n the 'mother of Flora . Mania Cos- Junlore and Seniors will remember of U.B .C .'a future graduates. "Al - stagers are in an excellent position COMING EVENTS to the best couple, to the pretti eat , grave and Molly Eakins are still com - the first successful presentation of th e though we hear on all aides that for observing talent. to the most original and to the ft,u- peting for the part of Ursula, a ver y play and will note with interest tha t class spirit as a whole is on the de - The object of the Pep Club Is t o TODAY—Guide Club meet at nlest. Music will be provided o,nd superior maid cline, I for one do not believe it , promote student spirit an .. enthusi- the home of Mrs. Brock, 3875 the girls will be able to dance :f . Either Alice Daniel s Drusilla Davis, who originated the and it's up to the class of '39 to get asm on the campus and at Important Point Grey Road, at 8 p .m. they wish . Admission to the Hi Jin x or Francis McIntyre will play Mar - feminine lead, was chosen to re - out and prove that I'm right," h e games. It is generally recognize d Bidding Day, Fraternities . is 25c . got . enact the part. Ernie Gilbert, who challenged. that the present group is particularl y TUESDAY, Jan. 24--La Caned- Dorothy Thompson also announce d The part of the family doctor wil l originated the part of the lighthouse The matter of where the clas s successful in its endeavors toward s tonne, 8 p .m., 4208 9th Ave. that in future any woman foun d be taken by either Bann Matthiso n keeper, is now studying In Toronto , party was to be held was discusse d this end, and have several great pep West. smoking on the campus will b e or Stu Keate . Jack Emerson or Bil and his role will be played in the next. The choice was either the Pete r successes to their credit . " Come on l asked to appear before the Council . Pan Ballroom or Lester Court . It prospective pepatera! " WEDNESDAY, Jan . 25— Open Dean Bollert said that she had col- Whimster will play the part of Si r forthcoming production by Bil l was decided that as there were only meeting of the Physics Club , lected some clean, wearable ' ol d William, Raymond will be played b y Buckingham, who recently scored in 284 in Arts '36, while the Peter Pa n Room 200, Sc. Bldg., 3 p.m. LOST clothes and asked everybody to le t Bill Lynott or Gordon Hilker . Ger- a Little Theatre production . Miss had accomodations for 350, bein g 8 p.m., Art Gallery, Georgi a Will person who accidentally too k her know if they knew anyone wh o ald Provost or Harold Lando will Davis was a member of the Class o f also centrally situated, it was the better place for the occasion . The one odd brown zipper from Women s ' Street. Mrs . S. J. Schofield "Some Early French Im- needed clothes . play the part of the big game hunte r Arts '34 while Buckingham gradu- date is set for Friday, February 3 , Room, Library, please leave note i n Major Blunt . The part of the Butler ated In 1927. pressionists." and all members of '36 who inten d the letter rack for Irene Ramage. Combined meeting of Agee, LOST will fall to Gordon Lea or Cyri l Sydney RisK, who wrote the play, to attend the affair were urged to Science and Arts '33 to dis- Will the girl who took my note - Chave . Bill Whimster may get th e is an especially busy young ma n pay their fees promptly, either to LOST cuss Valedictory gift . book, Analytical Geometry, and Pre- part of Hammond. The parts of In- the new Treasurer, Harry Jackson, or One book entitled "Emma" b y Basketball game, New West- cieuse Ridicules, from the Lowe r spector Davies and Ralph will b e these days, as he is training dis- Jack Shaneman . The draw system Jane Austen . Please return to W . minster, 8 p.m. Common Room, kindly return the m acted by either Stu Keate or Dou g traught "rookies" for the Spring will be employed . H . Cameron or to the Book Store . to Zoe Clayton . Smiley, production, "Alibi . " Alma Mater Meeting --Friday Noon Page Two THE UBYSSEY Tuesday, January 34, 193 3 Thr lhgs tg (Member C,LP„ pp,,X .P.A . ) ,. ktIONAL Issued twin ws.kly by the Student Publications BoaW a8 the Society of the Untveraity of British Columbia, Vancouver , A6EaVATIOMS Mall Subscriptions: $2.00 per year Campus Subscriptions: $140 per year EDITOR-IN-CHIEF—F, St . John Madeley g r F' wMue Lutes o w SENIOR EDITORS Tuesday : Stuart Kato, Miler Norman Hacking . Another of Them sport Editor Day Washingto n I have been conducting a News Manager : Frances Lucas survey of some of the exchang e Associate Editors: 'Archie Thompson and John Cornish . papers which come into th e Maoris* Sport Editors Arnold White and Christie Fletcher . Literary Editor Kay Crosby. Feature Editor Ouy Palmer. Ubyssey office. My progress . Militant Editors : Jack Stanton . Zoe Browne-Clayton , has been balked to some extent Boyd Agnew, David Jacobson , by the firm and undeviating Exchange Bditer: Nancy Miles , — VW. laaee: Ernie Certain and Arthur Maye n Other Assistant: Janet Higginbotham. character of the Exchange Edi- tor, who has terrorized the staf f REPORTORIAL STAF F to such rill extent that practi- Gen , t Mary Cook, Darrel Gomm, Leslie Bar , June lakint-ar k~pr, Blanchard, Doris MoDiarntid, W . H. Birmiagit . cally no one dares to open he r ►1ok Madeley, Jimmy Manes, Vivian Lexia r mail nowadays. Consequently , Sport: Jimmy ldoyee, Colin Milne, Ted Wilkinson, Dick Briggs, Fran k Thornloe, Jiarry Ja m Elam,Dick Mary Cook. I have to be content with wha t STAMP I can pick up off the floor afte r Bdlter Pat Kerr. Militant Editom Virginia Cumming and Leona Nelson . dley S . Fowler. Press Day.' However, that's Milianta Ruth WSW and quite plenty . . . Sulam 1 spaGat± Meg Price. JSimpson So far the brightest thing I Wood have come across is Nelson e towel as ha ss a".. Is condo Wm pod midrw TUZDAY, JANUARY 24, 1028 Robbins' "hill Well," published . " Mr Holm Waslbntla to thtdie pow* rage sear, in fhs North Carolina 'Far 90 a moos pipe smokers . "TtUftl EST' ' H. seams to be quite mad, and of trtoiia~e!", coeduhsid sue. "Whin Next Friday noon the students will be asked to approve a would be an idsl addition t o s dea't !f!' it oase plan for reliving the necessary monies to re-drain the Stadium the Muck staff deem hem la lips and make the field one of which the University can be proud W'ke, describing his pr<lcces s to Invite teami to play upon . 'tare are two plans which will be put before the students . of composing a column, "Now , he descends upon the type - e e ' PNobee a a pipe ttrbesro, oa cols. Try it. —sad dos't aeNle for menses* The first is the time-honoured, but slightly out-worn plan o f writer with the feline celerit y res. too, caution money waivers . The second it to pass a resolution salting of old Tab pouncing upon th e the Board 61 Governors' to make a compulsory levy of one dol- wellknown mouse . Again, he lar the caution money of each student . Of the two, the recedes, and approaches th e latter seems the better . , machine lovingly, as a priceles s At the time of writing President Klinnck had not been ape possession . Fondly, he caresses broached to get an inkling of how the Board will treat the pro- it, letting his hands slip" ove r posal. The Ubyssey wishes to add is appeal to that of the stu- the keys softly, as a Paderewski dents in general for the Board to consider the action of the Alma translating from the depths of Mater Society (if the necessary motion is passed) . his soul a soft, timid thing of Many reasons could be put forward for the second plan of a moonlight, roses, and delicat e compulsory levy. Of these the most cogent is that it ie far simp- perfumes. ' er, both for the students' and .for tiBursar s office. All the "Then, becoming suddenl y worry and bother of obtaining individual signatures would b e infuriated, he beats upon the Negro Folk Sons ' dew Process For Fellowship and dispensed with and the individual bookkeeping entries elimin . defenceless mechanism with Maki Mirrors acrd. . both fists, demolishing fiftee n Studied by Alums Scholarship Offer We mentioned in,our last editorial on this subject, that th e keys, tearing a now ribbon t o Announced at L .A. inevitable depression blabbers would raise their heads and be- shreds, and knocking the bot- The Alumnae Studio Club o f Twenty-three Resident Fellowship s Los Angeles, Jan. 2C—Discovery o f and twenty-eight Scholarships ar e foul the air with their puerile uttering .. Now let it be under- tom out of the chair on the re - U .B.C. started activities again afte r a process by which it is possible to offered by the Bryn Mawr Colleg e the Christmas season with a matin g stood that this field .must be properly fixed . Whit kind of an bound ." make a mirror that will reflect as of Pennsylvania . lost week at the home of Miss Viv - high as 94 per cent of light is an- advertisement for the University is it to have a field of which w e e * e All candidates for the Fellowship s ian Hudson, Mr . and Mrs. Carl Bar - nounced by Dr, Hiram W . Edwards, must have completed a year of grad- are patently ashamed? We need the field fixed, we want the That's How It's Done field fixed, and we are going to get it fixed, if it s humanly ' I am impelled by this nobl ton read papers on the North Am - associate professor of physics, on the e erican Indian and North American Los Angeles. campus of the Univer- sity of California, He has prepared uate work at some college or uni- versity of good stenamg, There are twenty-two Fellowships of *IIO of- possible . example to write a few simple Negro Folk Songs. These were th e metallic mirror surfaces which sho w fered in the following subjects : Arch- last of a series of papers given on unusually high reflection throughou t words on the composition o f eology, Biblical Literature, Biology , the Folk music of various nations . SNOW AND SENS E my own column, although it i s the visible light . It is expected the A guest musicale will be held b y discovery will prove of considerabl e Chemistry, Economics, and Politics , Education, English, Geology, German , Since the arrival of our annual winter blanket of snow , not nearly as interesting as his . the club on February 12 at the hom e value to science, especially so in var- Greek, History, History of Art, Lat- there has appeared on the campus the inevitable students suf- The way I tackle the situa- of Mr, and Mrs. J . A. C . Harkness . ious optical instruments where fron t in, Mathematics, Ph .,osopny, Physics, During the Spring the club will dis- surfaces of high reflecting power ar c fering . from such excessive "joi de vivre" that they must break tion is grimly, of a Sunda y cuss Russian Music and Musicians . Psychology, Romance Languages, So- needed . cial Economy and Social Research . windows and interrupt lectures and meetings . night . (Monday morning is al - The membership of the club is Aluminum and magnesium are use d There is also the Helen Schaeffer We do not want if appear spoil sports, but nevertheless w e ways when I• resolve to get limited to former members of th e by Dr. Edwards in the process whic h Huff Research Fellowship of $1200, Studio Club and Alumnae of the ' entails the evaporation of these met - for students who have done advance would like to suggest that there is plenty of room for throwin g going on it earlier , this week; University who are actively interest- ~ ale in a vacuum where they are de- graduate work in Physics or Chem- snowballs and havOtg snow-fights without the usual tinkle o f Friday is when I next think o f ed in music . Anyone desiring mom- posited upon glass . Mirrors made by istry . broken glass. it ; Sunday night, as aforesaid, bership or information should write this process are believed to be mor e Candidates for scholarships must to the secretary, Mrs . J. A. C. Hark- durable than mirrors now generall y be graduates of some University bu t If students would only stop to realize that it is quite pos- is when I come right down t o nee, 3811 West Thirteenth Avenue . in use, and make for economy in need not have done gradaute work . sible to do infinitely more damage than the mere breaking of a writing it.) the saving of light, energy becaus e There are twenty graduate scholar - C small pane of glass, there might be some h'bpe of a bettermen t ▪ t' U.D .C . GUIDE CLUB of the high efficiency in reflection. ships of twvu offered in the sam e During his investigation Dr. Ed - subjects as the fellowships . The of conditions. Particularly is this the case where the applie d There will be a meeting of th e . I scuffle about in my locke r wards found that surfaces mad e Robert S . Valentine scholarship of science, agriculture, and science buildings are concerned. U.B .C . Guide Club at the home o f in search of the copy paper from pure aluminum reflected 89. 5 $400 is offered in Social Economy Mrs Brook, 3875 Point Grey Road a t Think of the destruction which might be caused by a snow- which I keep carefuly hidden 8 o'clock tonight . per cent of light for each of three and Research and the Grace H . Dodge Scholarship of $400 is for Industrial regions of light used . White light ball going through a window in the science building and smash- from myself all week, as an ad- it out until the column is full. from a tungsten filament was fil- relations. Five Scholarships of 8090 ing some specially prepared research apparatus or upsettin g ditional alibi for not doing the tered by using a standard set of th e for foreign women only are offere d Which it now is . bottles of acid over students' ,hands and clothing. Is the risk column . Written three color taking filters for in .the same subjects as the Fellow- That's how it's done--some• tri-color reproduction work. It is be- ships . worth the fun? . I drag the typewriter (Rhap- Hived that the reflection of ultra - All applications should he made time' . Show a little consideration and act as if you were uni- sody yc}ipt, owing to its fine e e e violet light will be better than an y before March I. UM. versity students. not over-exuberant morons . though fading shade of blue ) heretofore known, although Dr . Ed - received after this date will not b e Observed Around wards has not yet measured this re- considered unless the Scholarship s away from my young sister , flection . have not yet been awarded. Stu • Kate rehearsing . . a f Corrospondonae Perry Wants Name s who is doing Social Studies on it, or so she says, (At present Dr . Edwards hoe not es yet deter - `speech for a banquet, which be - mined the exact compadtlon of th e The holders of the wallow** am not petmtittad to teach or hold say gins, "Banquets are affairs aluminum nsgtnesium surfaces be - paid position but the holders of th e Editor Ubysssy, Of Society Meath these seem chiefly to concern u imoiwd la Sohoharshipts may do a ount andnhn flu orate where you eat a lot of food you 1ca""ss of an aaaur duantitative an • e of teaching or other paid work. Dar Sit : NsU Perry, President of the L,S,E,, a certain Halibut Treaty, Make Further information about those To what purpose was the recent what you can of that. ) don't want and listen to a lot alyais g. He is doing further eperl• would appreciate the following wt- with .uo object of find•, Scholarships, may be obtained fro m lecture of Dr. Nitobs? After listen- ing to his address for an dour, I wa s gestations handing to the names a their presidents to bleat at the Stu. t I sit down and observe two minutes silence devoted t of speeches about things you mental work don't want to hear by people ins the beet combination , the offig of the bean of the grads - ate school Bryn Mawr College, Pen- o still none the wiser as to the situa- dent's Council office: who don't want to make them. " nsylvania . . those who have to do thi s tion in the Eat, Beyond touchin g ( Class and Club ) on a few trivial causes, Dr . Nitobe Commerce Undergrad . Society every night. The two minutes A.LE.E. did not give any reason that justi- L'Alouett e grow to ten, and I jerk back t o Two Alpha Phis, one Theta, Thursday, January 28, 1933 . fied Japan's recent actions . It is true Agriculture Club two Chi Omegas, with other as - NOTICE 7 :30 p .m . consciousness and the blank that he stated It was too delicate a Law 'Club On Wednesday in Arts 204 at 12 :10 Room, mech . in. sorted Greeks, of which your subject for - .scuesion, but that i s tsheet in front of me . Rhapsody the Union is to have the pleasure o f Three Papers : only his opinion . Menorah Society seems to eye me reproachfully , columnist lost count, playin g hearing Mr. B . S. Chabra who is Hydraulic Couplings, J . Deane . It appears to me that the rea l La Canadienn e "Battleships" in the Caf, the leaving for India early in February . Jordon River Power Development , while the silence unbroken b y cause .of the war is anxiety on th e Varsity Christian Union His subject will deal with some of V. Rogers. part of the financial interests i n A .IEX , the brisk fusilade of typewriter other morning . his personal experiences . All stu- Mercury Arc Rectifiers, R . Deane . Japan . Because they have capita l Engineering Institute of Canada dents who heard Mr . Chabra the las t keys draws in heavily . invested in Manchuria, and becaus e . Literary Forum * * C Bill Whimster coming up th e time he was at the University wil l NOTICE TO CLASS AND they wish to control the natural re - be glad to read this notice . Every- CLUB EXECUTIVES sources of the province, they seiz e La Causeri e 'Auditorium stairs from th e Comes the Dawn one is extended a hearty invitation Material must be in by ten o'cloc k upon the first opportunity possible Der Deustche Verei n Quad . And again, Bill Whim- to come and hear him. on the day before the issue in whic h to declare war in order to secur e Forest Club Of a sudden an idea spring s On Friday noon Rev . Walter Elli s it is to appear, or publication can not ster coming up the Auditoriu m their capital . Even although Man- churia was in a state of chaos, order Maths . Club . into being. Just a little fellow , stairs from the Quad . Cross - well-known minister of the city an d be guaranteed . an excellent Bible teacher, will lead could have been restored by the emerging from the limbo of las t examined, claims he does it all the Union in a Bible Study on "Gen- PACIFIC AREA COMMITTE E League of Nations in a much less LOST esis ." week, maybe, or perhaps a day long . The Pacific Area Committee ha s sanguinary manner . Because th e One pair of pigskin gloves in th e e e e arranged a meeting for Friday, Jan- capitalists of Japan were unwillin g south wing of the Arta Building last shadow cast before by one of uary 27, at 8 o'clock In the home of to await the action of the League, LA CANADIENNE Wednesday at 2 p.m. Name inside. Two horses crossing leisure- The next meeting of La Canadien- Mrs . F . S . Ricketts, 3149 West Thir d does not justify their action . There - Please return to book store or Paul- the items in the front page bo x fore, in my humble opinion, these ly from Science to Arts at ap- ne will be held at the home of Mrs . Avenue . Miss Greenback, who is a t .ne McMartin, Arts '34 . which contain "C . E," . But it F . T. Price, 4208 W Ninth avenue to- . present continuing her studies a t same wealthy men of Nippon are lit- proximately 9 :57 Saturday mor- sidetracked by such unimportant Is - night, Tuesday, at 8 o'clock . Miss U .B.C ., will give an informal tal k tle better than murderers, since they serves, and Rhapsody and I ar e ning . Yes, I said horses, and I sues as "Japan's disappointment i n Sheila Tait will read a few interest- to a group of University students o n have incited the always eager Jap- r off . Just as we are now, for in - mean horses . I don't care where ing passages from her thesis, whic h some of her experiences during he anese army to take the course which .he League of Nations." Japan de- serves to be disappointed . is on the poetry of Mme . la Comtesso residence in Japan . The meeting Is has resulted in so much slaughter . stance. And, just as we are do- they were coming from . They Yours truly, de Noeilles, and an extremely pleas - open to all students interested in Let us look at the matter from a n SENIOR ing now, we spin it out and spin were horses . ant evening is being planned. Oriental life. impartial standpoint, and not be A Doctor Uses a Cynical Thermometer. RADIO EVENING AMONG THE SAVAGES Chiropractors Aztec Room Scen e Castigated an d Of Nurses' Formal "To my most' stunted (obviousl y The Nurses Undergraduate Societ y "Mfy dear, this steak, sold by an error—it shoqld be esteemed—Ed. ) Osteos. Ossifie d held its formal in the Aztec Roo m Buck's Better Butcheterls, is far su- fried . (auth r error — . probabl y Gan at the top of The Page . Do you see anything different ? of Hotel Georgia Wednesday, Jam - perior to anything I have ever ye t (Continued from Page One ) es)? 18, from 8;80 until 12;80. The friends4d.) Greetings and Saluta- Of course you don't at first, but look closely . —Any result yet ? tasted, And so cheap, tool The y tions, 'is not entitled to serious considera . clews women and their guest s buy the, finest, the very finest, con - Despite my recent privations, I Well, look again. There has come a tide in the affairs of this pag e doa" Vertebrae are rarely disk . frolicked about to the tunes of the tented cows in the whole world. Now have been oonttnuing my work ar - which has been taken at the flood. The punster have bee n cited, and they are too far apart t ; Canadians" and under the lights o f did you cook it? " duously among thus benighted Impinge on the nerves, "Chiroprac- the SMUS crest. Novel favors and "It's touted, darling. I cooked it defeated . Now look at the pun. At last! There is no pun. Only hooka, and notwithstanding the re - thee is an old form of faith curs un- programs characta'lstIc of nursin g In that nub sea stove. Just a . flip pot cold weather (the like of which the howlings of schoolboys, and the moaning of the punster & der a new name — a species of Instinct were distributed. Seance and its lint " I cannot remember duyrig all m y They are defeated, and a new moaning has dawned for the quicken," PlOnentr, red balloons, confetti and "And it doesn't make you hot, Sojourn in Katchaesitchkan), I Ihtul The muted prctadion hie donne iirpentine wrn added attractions t o bending over a stove all day?" Much Pago, The world is saved . upon' smiting ' my diary, that m y its best to get rid of Ohh'opraat0t.s. Oft decorations . "No, that new cellophane drone labours have ban proceeding apace . Once more gaze on the page . Observe the paucity of poems "It is a danger to let them practise, " galloons came down' in a red cav- p e rotected me from everything-eve s I,havi ben diatn~ibttthrtg handbook s (?) in the Litany Corner . We must have more contributions. the ip+eskor declared. "They do not alcade and the guarding of those rare th I was never perched and hymnals ~ a t thew short . believe in dingoes . Consequently tnssures was terrible to behol d nee' *onto. I set thirsty one., but Anything from a strip torn from a newspaper column to a n (stuns being obliged to deposit thei r 'Tis i hve not yet scan they May let dle who could that new &or ale we. simply di- sun reading these, but I live i n grigilael work of alt will do. Hut, if you do read thld adpgti( , hive bean ewd~their trouble sad in the ohs* room for ssohdssping) . 1lolot~e, Zta mac from the cream hopes (and a very, chilly twat) , make the Object of your effort topical , been proDerly disposed and heated Lending their PetnOnaas, to the af- of world's . . crop, you know , literary apoiatlou, I fear, has been y a qualified physician," fair were Dr, and Mrs, L. S. Xlinok, Wtlabwd - tk ~. ~ I Ave Caesar, nos moratorium amnibw taxiab aalutamta, Dean and Mrs. R. W . !hook, Miss M . sadly neglected . They do not op- quicker pick p then then has which means in English, the world must be made sties for Tech- as Invents Cabrwpraclae .er I~ >aol1e't, Miss M. F. Gray, Miss pear to have heard of Ihektapeare , sheiks and you pay no more for it, It hear s nor idllton, nor Cyrius de ecrepande . noorAgy. Dr, Haywood explained that chiro- Grace Fstrley, Miss Margaret Kerr, ,, practics began in 1855. Its alleged save me mouth• *shrew me, but 'tie a sorry corn - and Mrs. C . A. Lucas. , "t hops the baby 't bother you dleoveeer, D. D . Palmer, h ae prey: too much, I hop? " Wecading my way forth last Yes• l ' lowly been a grocer and ii magnetio her, His con, B . J. Palmer, had Ten Dap Remai n he was good to the last to rday, I came upon a group of thet a dam „ no— 'Oh, e A leddie of class '38 , peoples . Thsramesrsd to be dil- developed "The Palmer School of For Totem Photos igently examining, some object upo n Once got in a terrible fix, Chiropractics" into a big business . The following people have not had the grothnd . M there had been a This school, from which more than their photographs taken for the To - "Jest When The Rus Slope He arrived li a tranc e 60 per putt of the chiropractors in tem. If these pictures are net t a/n fall of snow, I hurried up, to offe r • r t, Dray 01, lerltt Calk halt ** mYY help to any traveler who may America had been gradustttd, di d within ten days, they will not op . At the first freshman dance not require its students to have eve n x,11'1`", ai have succumbed to the cold or the a high school education. The course pear In the Totem, as layouts and wiles of these uncouth people, A s Sans receipt from the execritrix . griidusting sections must fill be made . C. I approached, they straightened up , included salsesm anship and advertis- up by that time All whoa . names Mt0 W,MTwat Ave, Tam, R lag. Pees were $450 for u months, Us amwiN_, ami Than, Me and hurled, miceila at me . Upon appear below phone Artota Studios , examination, these, I found, were with "80 per cent discount for cash . " Soy 8787, and make an appointment MlmsogSgM lf,1MSA k Chiropractics had seen the same composed `af puked snow. I do not immediately. care for their perverted sense o f BOOK REVIEW contact between the "htraights". and ARTS AND 'SCIENCE — Affleck , humor. On Kissing the "mixers" as there was in osteo- Robert D, ; Atkinson, James R . ; Bell , 'Tie now dose upon the hour o f pathy . The Palmer School was a Margaret L; Cameron, Wm . W. ; Your Nearest Bank is by Gerald Provost Eaton's Spring Catalog—Price $0.00. great fortis in holding them to th e nine o'clock, at which time I retire Clibborn, Catherine ,a, ; Dunmore, for the night . Alas and slack--my Written by the Teton Co . Published rigid theory of one mum and one Hebert H,; Kcrenap, 8hiosaburo ; The other day I mode an essay et by the Ireton . Co. Edited by the Eato curs for all dlsseses. But in the last , The Canadia n hot•water-bottle has been stolen ,, ~. . . . 1r:wag soeordhtg to the rules of Co. n two years the school has last influ- Lydian, Walter M. ; Manning, Cyril M. ; Manson, Malcolm A . ; Molnnes, , lhingli h Two. I found the rules s o Here Is a book that at last ha ence and the tendency is for cldro- Robert H .; McIntyre, banns H. ; Bank o f G T 'tY helpful s propose to give them universal appeal . The stories con practos to take over many of the - methods of the medical profession Nivn, Tom B, ; Fitaeatrick, Dud M „ :ld' with the addition of Frederickson, C . J. ; Nerds, Albert Commerc e PATRONAGE tamed within its voluminous bulk and 'call themselves "drugless phys- comments taken from my recent ex- are innume rable ; that Is, vw got iciaw," A. ; Hardwick, W. Ii W.; Hart, id- ward G . ; Hogg, Wart P.; Kagnoff, Tenth and Imams' stanch HIS R>0TAURANT hies encu, tired after counting the first twenty - Nateropaths and Mciladdue Morris ; Knight, Gladys B. ; Lang, T been a U. $. C. :indiums "The essay Is not attempte d three. The space I. taken up mainly Jean H.; Stewart, Donald E. G; Stu - for yeara Ms hope it will be with the idea of instruotlonie or ex- by illustrations, p osed by handsome Another cult mentioned by Dr . art, Jams F . A . ; Wledr'idk, Verno n A general banking busi- your rendezvous for years to hortation, but for pleasure." This is men and beautiful women . How- Haywood were the naturopaths . A.; Witbeck, Ruth. ness is transacted, and ac - come. fundamental . One must have th e ever, these picture. seem to change They have no single theory of dis- right attitude . Don't has instruct- with bewildering rapidity—the hero- ease, but they disdain drugs and op- COMMERCE — Darling, Frances; counts of the Faculty an d We certainly try to give the Mason, Miller H . ively, don' t kiss hortatively, don' t ine (I presume it is the heroine tha t erations and say that it is necessar y Students of The Univer- best meals possible at reasonable APP . SC . : prices. But if in any way we kiss see-consciously, kiss for pleas - is shown to us so many times) is to employ only the beneficient force s sity of British Columbi a ure . Be sure, also, that you choos e sometimes blond, and sometime s of nature, sunlight, fresh air and so ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING — can better serve you, let u s Loggle, John M . ; Tregidga, Angus C . are welcomed . a pleasant subject . Remember tha t brunette. No less than five time s on ., but as a man can go out in th e know . Our best efforts are yours MECHANICAL ENGINEERING — to command. "gentlemen prefer blondes," bu t she appears as a red-head . The hero sun without paying any doctor's Rigby, Christopher P . "brunettes prefer gentlemen . " undergoes similar changes . The fees, the naturopaths are more like- AGGIES — Osborne, Clendon D. ; BANKERS TO THE (2) 'The essay is unorganized . I t Company explains that this rathe r ly to use electrical treatments an d Touzeau ; Whimsrer, Wm . H . L. ALMA MATER rambles from point to point at th e confusing result is the outcome o f the chiropractic thrust . W . U . S. — Lowe, Helen; Thomp- author's pleasure" Quite! My es - their noble action in giving a lot o f One of the most prominent naturo- SOCIETY son, Mary ; Buckland, Betty ; Ryan , say was not organized at all . W e little jobs to hundreds of artists , paths is Bernarr McFadden, edito r Patricia . were sitting snugly on the cheater- rather than letting one artist do th e of "Physical Culture" and othe r MEN'S ATHLETIC — Cleveland , CAFE field when the fire glinted on her whole thing. Very commendable, magazines . "He," said Dr. Haywood , Howard ; Campbell P1 . C. R. Myers, Manager 722 Granville Street face and she seemed to smile . After says I . ' "Is almost a cult in himself . Th e WOMEN'S ATHLETIC — Powlett , that I managed very without There is not much plot to the most critically ill man In the General organization , . . As for wpll rambl- story, but there is plenty of read- Hospital during the smallpox opi- Margaret ; Ramage, Irene. that ing business, I find it may be done , ing matter. And before I forget, le t demic last year got that way becaus e A. M. U. : NURSING UNDERORAD — Reid , "The Centro of Vancouver's Social Activities" but caution la advised . It should me warn you that quite a few of he followed McFaddn'a advic e Alison ; Skitch, Dorothy ; Leitch, Ar- never be attempted with red-haired the Illustrations show the heroin e against vaccination. I wish I could Dine and Dance at th e women. aenath J„ Davies, Eileen; Rolston, in various itage of negligee, I do read you the letter he wrote to Mc - Ethel ; Carl, Vida ; Fpprrister, Violet. (3) "The essayist is an arm-chair not consider the book immoral to P ddea afterward, but there ar e HOTEL VANCOUVER philosopher ." Yes, an arm-chair is any great extent, but I would no t ladies present. " nice, but why confine yourself to consider it suitable reading for th e Sanopractore Same As Natusegeth s MUSICAL 8OCI1 TY — Williams , C. H.; Stead, Gordon ; Armstrong, Ewty Weiaesday Night, soma pie, Charles ; Allen, Nelson ; Johnston, Nis C vaaers in the beautiful it? Sally and I do very well , on a Irishman class. Music by Calvin Winter and Differing from the naturopaths Siml cheadwfleld ,and I am assured tha t On the whole, a very valuable only in nine are the tunogeactors. Immmoolts, mealy banks, rumbl e book, PLAYIR'S CLUB—jmerson, Jack. a Visit the IPSan ah Gril for the "T ,, cat AWAKDS CObfl4ITTE$—Stewed , seat: and fence rails also give good Nearly 600 of the (loud& in Wash- Saturday Afton." 4$ ilea — Tea and D~Ok No, sect ington State, because a certain "de- Max ; Farrington, Ulok; Osborne, Bob. pqg M t the gr g~gr Dom In the Oahu n r, t80 pan. to 1tQ0 is alwsva a NN a'~ ' Saturday % sweat resales. (U "The way," quoting Dr . John- gree mill" down there had an ar- S M. U . S. — Sinclair, Geo. ; Par, among thi younger sot . ion, "Is a loupe sally • the mind." rangeineat with a slate Whilst to Eric; King, Dick ; Allen, Alf; $olton, Why, motor, how could you? Yo u allow the candidate. to see the ex- —Special Rates for Collage Par'tiiF - amination papers before they wrote 'STUDENNTS COUNCIL — Whim- rtausty mein! "A load sally,° in- deed! My Sally is not at all loose them. This scandal was dtueowred , ster, Bill ; Witbeck, Ruth. SM VA144MVIICR (a) "TM eaaylst is o1$fly inter - Dr. Haywood said, and the licenses I estsd in style" I doubt this; I think were caseated. A CANADIAN PACIFIC HOTE L merit at us have our minds on re- Chrism adstilsls sult.. But to the stylishly i chime d CS 0 Flln . Haywood dealt with I give the following hints: (a) look In view of the reported sluggishnes s the Science healers. .,,e soulfully into her eyes ; (b) sigh of the freshmen class, we publish this , Christian Science tea chins is that deeply; (e) draw her gently toward s a very picture of spontaneous and of evils, including disease and pain , sated „ OVERSEAS EDUCATIO N you with a hypnotic look (if you total industry, for Inspirational pur- are illusions of the mind . Each sci- not do this, use your hands) ; (d) lilt 1 poses . entist is supposed to try to cur e 4 44541 W. 10th Ave . her chin upward with your left hand himself, but if he falls a healer ma y Phone all. 1425 (N.B.—This must on no account b e be called in. Few of these healers omitted . If she is taller than you, Distant Rumbles devote all their time to practice, an d get a stool) ; (e) put your right arm 90 per cent of them are women . They round her shoulders; (f) take aim ; Revive Memories work by suggestion. Detailed Circular on Request (g) bend forward gracefully from th e neck ; . . .. make contact ; (i) main- (Continued from Page One ) Dr. Haywood stated that the Chrie- Mks V . Alvares Mdse Rhoda-Howe Miss Man Watso n tain a firm pressure as long as you r organization of the editorial staff wa s tlan Science theory is rarely driven 70 Sun Life Building 224 floor St West 411 Power Building breath lasts ; ( j ) repeat ad lib. proceeded w,a ., immediately . to the bruiting point . For instance, MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG (6) "The subjects of the essay ar e It was explained that last yea r Mrs. Eddy, the founder, had earl y the commonplaces of life ." My Sally Malcolm Ross was elected editor- been compelled to realize that some- commonplace? She's the dearest, in-chief. At the opening of the pres- thing more than metaphysical treat- sweetest, moat wonderful thing i n ent college year, however, it was ment was needed In chlldoirth. all creation . When her blue eye s said he found it impossible to spar e Christian Scientists also usually cam e shine into mine, when her golde n the time required, and Fred Fenet y to doctors for such things as bone U niversity Bookniversty Store curls tickle my cheek, when her lips and Frank Wetmore were appointed fractures and tooth-ache, accepte d pout, when . . . well, anyway, she' s associate editors-in-chief to carry on . vaccination and were amenable t o IS Hours: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m . ; Saturdays, 9 a.m . to 1 p.m . NOT commonplace. ' Each was to share the duties, bein g quarantine . In general, he thought (7) "The essayist Is detached from in charge alternate weeks . he could say that their antagonis m Your family the subject . " Not at all, air, not at This, however, was not done satis- to medical treatment was growin g Loose-Leaf Note Books, Exercise Books and Scribblers all . The closer the attachment th e factorily, it was charged by certain less marked. car at Reduced Prices better. members of the staff, with the result Great laughter was caused afte r (8) "The essayist usually makes that the two editors-In-chief wer e Dr . Haywood's speech when one o f Graphic and Engineering Paper, Biology Paper . No parking troubles, use of allusions and references" said to have lost control of the man- the audience, pointing out the par - Loose-Leaf Refills, Fountain Pens and Ink . Worth trying, but be careful, maybe agement with much of the respond- amount necessity of a sound con- no fines, no dente d Ink and Drawing Instruments , she is not that kind of girl . bility in this connection developing stitution, said : "My advice to a ma n (9) "The essay makes no pretence on others . This was a "very mis- is to get good grandparents ." Condors, no mainten- Crepe Paper for Masquerades, etc . of exhausting the full capacities of taken idea," Fenety declared tonight , Dr . Gordon Shrum, president of the subject ." Er—perhaps I had bet- adding that neither he nor Wetmore the Institution, announced that Mr. ance ovens . . ter not commit myself on this point . had heard about the matter until It J. Cromie, publisher of the Van- ALL YOUR BOOK SUPPLIES SOLD HERE But there are some who wonder , afterward, and that then they wer e couver Sun, is to speak next Sat- "Prase( by _ with Byron, "if nothing follows al l not Informed of it by any authorita- urday . He hinted that Mr. Cromie' s STREET CAR this palming work ." tive source . subject would be "Technocracy" Page Four ins vsYas2;r Tuesday, January 24, 1933 Dot Rennie Breaks World's P lunge Recor d Varsity Defeats Ol d SPORTORIA L Golfers U. B . C. Coe d Tackl e Enemies In 38-24 Wi n CONGRATULATIONS ! Varsity men and women athletes have often been befor e Muskies Goes 70' 6 " the public eye and have won considerable renown in variou s At V.A: C. Saturda y branches of sport . Their accomplishments, however, have bee n mostly in the nature of team victories . As teams, they have cap- With about three months' diligen t divot-digging behind them, the U .B . - C . Golf Club, headed by Presiden t Bill Castleton, leave for Seattle In On Frida y tured Intercollegiate, a Canadian and a World Championship . Aq about three weeks • tp tackle the Adanacs Unable To Withstand Varsity' s individuals, the student athletes have not been so prominent in strong Washington Husky' eight in Mermaid of Arts '34 Passing Attack—Team-work Improved the sport world . It . is true that men such as Dr . Harry Warren their annual .intercollegiate en - counter. . Achieves World Mayers Scores 14 Points and Duncan McNaughton have achieved international fame afte r "Our chances are bettor than ever Fame. leaving U. B. C., but until now, no athlete of world prominence this year," Mated the President m an exclusive intavlew today . "We Evidently feeling "right" and con- Spurred by the fact that they were opposing their tradi- has been developed while a student . scientiously applying some of th e have never before hind a squad o f tional enemies, the Adanaca, Gordie Allen's Senior A basket- Now, however, we have enrolled at Varsity a world' rec • such low handle* man, and I am championship technique Instilled b y balers showed something like their 'old form Saturday night ord holder . Last Friday night it the Lower Mainland Swimmin g sure that with B . C. Amateur final- Swimming Coach Norman Cox — ists and City Champions on our rose Dorothyy Rennie—Arts '94, broke int o to triumph over the Royal City squad by a score of 38 .24. The Gala, Dorothy Rennie of the Varsity team reached a distance o f the limelight at the Lower Mainlan d ter we can give the .Huskies lots o f game took place at V. A. C. after the Sparlings-V,A.C, game seventy feet six inches in the plunge to break a record held in opposition." . Swimming League gala last Frida y in which the Storemen consolidated their lead by a 44 .80 win England since 1620 . The mild record was broken by more tha n Number one team for the matc h night' with an aquatic feat that ha s will in all probability be Ted Charl- sent the name of the Varsity Swim- over the Clubbers . two feet, while more than four feet were added to the best pre- ming Club ringing through the news ton and Charlie Moc s4dep . Ted will Varsity got away to a good start, and Osborne scored thre e vious Canadian performance . We would like to extend our con- be remembered for his' flue perf orm- of the world . points before Mayers dropped one. gratulations to Miss Rennie and to express the hope that her ac- sneer In the B, C. Amateur last sum- Getting away to a powerful take- in for the Adana . Baskets by Mat- mer, when he advanced to the semi s off from the plunging stand at the WORLD•IIECOBD 111111AXIMB complishment Friday night may be only the fore-runner of Rails, only--to be nosed out by the south mad of Crystal Fool, Dot man• thlren and Osborne and two by "Hooker" Wright pushed the Blu e future achievemtnb . Congratulations are also due to Norma n ultimate winner, Stan Leotiard, Char. and Gold lead up to 11 .9, At this Cox, who cached the record-breaker both before she attende d ile McCadden has probably held th e about forty f~~thana glid e straight as an arrow put Pegg y pond, the Royal City boys tried a Varsity and as a member of the Varsity team , U.B.C, title mange times than any sew formation, putting Cy Lea an d other student, being steady and Vindervoort'a Canadian mood at N Wally Mayas on the forward lin e *ambient golfer lfsft, Bill Castle - feet established in the some pool on and replacing Shilu by Bill Gifford . ton, be of the powerful drives, will February IA 1930, past Hilda Dand's World's record of N feet finch mad* Jimmy Bardsley took Bann Matthi- san's place on the Vanity forwar d Comments On Interclass Spor t team up with Sandy Merlins, one of the but juniors of Victoria city, Tod at Seacombe, England, in 1990 and line. By Dick Rise n Wilkinson, one of the rookies on th e on to a new World's Record for Varsity Takes Big Lead squad, is playing hot golf and whe n women of 70 fast 8 Inch., teamed with Gerald Prevost, actor - In doing this Dorothy came withi n The Adanacs were the first to LET'S BOOST INTERCLASS SPOR T tt ll . There must however, be som e golfer, should snare at least 3 point s 9 feet 5% inch.. of the record for score after the switched lineups, Cy farms of athletic organisation that will Hen at Varsity, sine Interclass for dear old Mrs. Alma And all her Af•Cansda held by the famous Lee breaking through on a solo ef- take its place. George Vernot of the Montreal fort to score a pretty basket . How- sport was organised four roan ago, a children. Gordie Livingstone, holde r very large percentage of students have Naturally Interclass sport is the onl y of the Junior record at the Point Swimming Club, ever, . arstty were showing nic e other shortwave. In winning the Mainland event our combination and Bob Osborne bat- been participating In athletics, This Grey course,' will team with Lori n Is certainly a promising sign of grow• Therefore, U we let this die out we Teetsel, a sophomore from Quilchen a Varsity star plunger also comes int o ted in two rebounds while "PI " possession of the J . W . Paxman Chal- lag University spirit. are gang to seriously undermine one valley. Ken Hentlg and Harry Berg- Campbell was combining with Ke n of the really fine things we get fra y lenge Cup held by Gladys Monro o f However, just because these sins man, who hail from Marine Drive , Wright for another score . The Ad- a University, appreciation of true am- the White Rock Swimming Associa- snaca sent Shiles back into the game , of the real thing are appearing, It i s will make a strong number fou r ateur sport. team . tion. This cup L now in the hand s but had to be satisfied with on e no reason why we should let it go at of 0. B . Allan for special engraving score by Stew Gifford while Bards - that. Personally I believe that it is ou r BASKETBALL All boys on the squad will be obliged to practice three days a and will be presented to the . new ley and Wright accounted for four duty as students of U. B. C. to give During the last week, happening holder at the next Swimming Mee t Intoning athletics every possible ef- week from now until they leave fo r more points. in the ilterclase basketball world hav e held in Crystal Pool. Mayers broke away for two char- fort of support. the Washington campus . With this come to a temporary standstill . How- training behind them, "Casey" is con- acteristic solo scores to bring th e There Is one fact that we must re- ever, this week promises to 'show one U .B.C. Swimming Club will sen d fident that his proteges will revers e Royal City boys a little closer at 21 - DOROTHY RENNIE alize. The University of British Col- darn good contest . . . the Fresh ver- a team to Victoria February 4 t o the decisions of former years, i n 10. At this stage, the Adanacs sen t Plunging over seventy feet on Fri- umbia I. situated twelve hundred miles sus the Juniors . compete in fifteen events at the bi g which the home crew has been mor e d'Eaaum into the battle in place o f day evening at the Crystal Pool, Dor- from the nearest Canadian Univers- Next Friday, I will get hold of a lis t C .P .R . Pool in the Capital City. Club or less mopped up. Stew Gifford . Before the period othy Rennie broke the Canadian re - ity. Because of the great distance s of forthcoming interclass basketbal l members wanting a place on th e ended, Varsity scored again throug h cord by over four feet and the world ' s between the two schools, and becaus e games, with dates of games, and hav e team will be expected to atten d Bardsley on a man-in-the-hole play . record by more than two feet. Her of present economic conditions, Can- it published . This should prove valu- "Comets" Defaul t practice this week, and the following The half finished as d'Easum's sho t distance in the event was within tw o adian Intercollegiate sport is at stand - able to Class Athletic Representatives . hours are available : rimmed the hoop and fell out . Th e and a half feet of the Men 's All-Can- To Intermediate s Crystal Pool, 6 to 7 p.m.—Monday , Blue and Gold carried a 23-10 lea d adian record . 'Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; Chal- into the second stanza. Second Half Closer Besides the glory of breaking the record, Dorothy will receive the J. The Adanacs showed more of their W. Paxman Challenge Cup, now hel d BIG SEASON LOOMS FO R Intermediate B basketers advanced two points in the second half of th e V. and D. schedule when Comets de- faulted to them Friday night . With mers Pool, 5 to 0 p .m.—Wednesday . Monday and Thursday periods wil l be devoted to divers and plungers , old form in the second half, an d by Gladys Munro of the White Rock the team that Is now on hand it i s and to those' who cannot come Tues- Varsity was only able to increase it s Club . lead by one point during the period . Shiley opened the scoring with a UNIVERSITY CINDERME N believed that Varsity has an excel - lent chance of winning the secon d half. Meralomas, the winters of the days or' Fridays. Swimmers who wish to practice freestyle, breast , side and backstroke will have Tues- basket from the side, but "PI" day and Friday periods reserved fo r Campbell and Jimmy Bardsley passe d Freshman Win: Plenty of First-class Material Training Fo r first half, after •defeating Varsit y once, will then play Varsity for the them . On Wednesday, special strokes, starts, turns and backstroke for be- their way through the opposing de - title . Those turning out for Frida y fence for Campbell td neutraliz e Shiles' score . Varsity's checking wa s Badminton Cap Spring Events—440 Men and Broad- jumpers Strong . night's game, when a snappy prac- tice was run off instead, were as fol- ginners will be practiced . Varsity's team will probably com- good and the Adanacs were force d Varsity's Badminton Club flashed lows : Dave Hundeh, J. RlchardsoA , pete in the following events when to depena on solo efforts, usually b y into prominence last week when Ol- B. May, B .Fleming;" J. 'Caton, B . in Victoria : BY JIMMIE MOM WOMEN— . Mayers, to increase their total . Agnew, McKittrook. ' iver Lefty, tricky freshman shuttl e Lurie Nicholson scored the next ' star, won the Boy's Singles champ- It may come as a revelation to many students to know that 50 and 100 yards freestyle basket on a combination play, bu t ionship at the Mid-Island tournament the University of B . C . possesses some of the finest track and ATTENTION! ATHLETIC 50 or 100 yards breast strok e ten heavily as he shot, and was re - held in Duncan. Lacey won the field material in the Province. Track and field, essentially a 50 or 100 yards beak stroke S! Relay, 900 yards, team of four placed by Metalline . Bardsley cov- event without serious difficulty, and ered the centre court in his place. summer sport, does not come into its own until March, and by Athletic representatives are advise d Diving—low board earned the distinction of being the that time the term is nearly finished. Therefore it is only to to take note of the Cross Countr y Plunge. From here on, until near the finish , only Vancouver player to return Race which is to take place on Feb- MEN each team scored alternately . Mayas with a cup. be expected that men who are fast on their pins, contribute their ruary 1, and organise their entries . broke through centre for a basket Ken Atkltsan, Varsity's other rep- 50 yards freestyle which Ken Wright equalized at th e resentative at the tournament, also time and work to other sports throughout the winter This hi an annual occasion, an d 100 yards freestyle other end when he scored on hi s made a good showing . He and Lace y Thus it is, some of Varsity's best cinder men are at present with the long-distance material in at- 900 yards freestyle tendance at U.B.C. at the present 100 yards breast strok e own rebound . A minute later, Shales teamed together in the Men's Doub- starring in basketball, in Englis h of first clan 440 sprinters, renderin g scored two fouls, only to have Ran n les, and reached the semi-finals only rugby, soccer and ice-hockey. Bu t the selection of a four-team a prob- time show promise of being better 100 yards back stroke than ever. Relay, , 500 yards—team of fou r Matthlson drop one in at the othe r to lose a closely-fought match for every spring there comes a time lem in itself. We have first, Harold Points are to be given for the Gov- Diving—three metre board end. MeEwan followed with a lon g the championship. when these men sharpen their spikes Wright, who has been clocked in 4 8 ernor's Cup—first ten atsen scoring. Plunge shot, but Matthison got a foul and The club executive wish to remin d for a shot at the cinder tame, and seconds flat for the distance . Then Campbell combined with Bardsley the students that badminton is in now that time is drawing pretty we have Max Stewart, McTavish , The class which gaits the huges t for a basket to more than level th e full swing on the campus once more, due . With this in mind, and with Pugh and Barber, all good for 54 number of points wins two points te e wards the Cup . The next claw i n Adanac player's score . and prospective members may play the knowledge of abundance of ma- seconds. And just listen to thee-- terial in every branch of the sport , Bob Osborne, Doug McIntyre, P I line is allowed one point. Freshettes Win Mayers Effective all season for a 1100 fee. the U .B.C. Track and Field Club are Campbell, Ken Wright—and ever y All class representatives am re - With the game nearing the finish , Following is the list of league confidently facing their bluest sea - man can crack 54 over that gruelling quested to meet Howie Cleveland i n Myna broke through for three bas- matches for the term : Arta 108 at 19 : se Wednesday noon to In Basketball kets interspersed by a score on a B League son . route! Sprinters Middle-DINanee Mon arrange the details of entries, et c long shot by Osborne . Then, with Jan. 30—Away, against Hill, 7 :30. The Arts '36 women's inter-class about three minutes to play, Coac h Feb . 6—Away, against Shaughnessy Outstanding In this department w e In the punishing half-mile, Herb Barclay, Dave Todd, Fordyce an d appears the classiest man in the pol e basketball team proved too strong Allen sent in Bardaley and Nicholson 7 :30. have Harold Wright, Canadian Olym- for Rann Matthison and Dick Wright . Feb. 14—Away, against Quilchene , pic ace, who was a team-math o f Buller are expected to churn up th e vault, while Colbourne Luttrell i s for the Arts '33 squad, and rolle d and shortly after, replaced Ken 8 :00. But Pearson and Percy William s cinders in worthy style . Varsity' s best over the hurdles at both dis- their way to a 11-4 victory in an in- strength over the mile route centres tances. ter-claw struggle Friday, The Fresh- Wright by Tommy Mansfield. Feb. 30—Home, against North Van . , and who managed to reach the semi - in diminutive Alfie Allen and Her b ettea had things all their own way When the genie was nearly over , 7 :30. finals in both sprints at Los Angeles . Weight Events At the Present moment, thanks t o in the without reply from the in 7 Barclay, both of whom are kee n first half, and rolled Max Shiles, Adanac veteran, wa s Feb. 23—Away, against Vancouver , Due to inclement weather and sod- points Sen- forced out of the game with a twist- 7 :30. den track, Wright never had a chanc e rivals, and both capable of 4.50 for Haddon Agnew, husky Science-man iors. The '33 lassies were complete- ed shoulder . He was replaced by ' Feb. 27—Home, against New West- to show his wares last fall, but his the distance . George Allen and Sid and Junior Olympic ace, Varsit y ly at sea during this period, and gav e Stew Gifford. The scoring was com- minster, 7 :30. work this spring should be a trea t Swift would make up a powerfu l holds the Western inter-collegiate pleted a moment later when Nichol - Mar . 6—Home, against Jericho, 7 :30 . to watch . Barred from inter-colleg- foursome . discus record . Agnew established the the first year girls little opposition. h The second stanza saw a muc son scored on a pass from Bardsley. Mar . 11—Away, against 1st B . C , iate competition, Harold will partic • Over the longer distance (3-miles ) new mark last fall, *hen he tosse d closer battle, with both teams scor- Varsity showed some pretty com- Reg., 7 :30 , spate only in local inter-club meets , George Allen and George Sinclair the big platter 124 feet 8 inches int o ing four points . Arta '33 were th e bination during the game, and eac h C League : Then there is Bill Stott, the Com- reign supreme, but there is a pos- the ether before it split the turf . first to score, and dropped In tw,, passing attack usually resulted in a Jan. 30—Home, against Ioco, 8 :00. merce flyer, capable of a pretty con- sibility that Swift will upset the Haddon will prove a pretty har d baskets without reply . However, th e basket . The boys looked like an - Feb. 6—Away, against Norm . Grads , sistent 10 2-5 for the century, an d dope . man to beat this spring in his fav- Freshettes were not content to le t other team from that which lost t o 8 :00. there's Max Stewart who can cli p Jumps orite event, but B. Goumeniouk an d the battle out of their hands, and Province on Wednesday. Their team Feb . 18—Away, against West End , off the 100 and 220 in good figures Varsity can boast proud ownershi p Stradiotti will give him plenty to replied with an equal number. Th e spirit seems to have returned, an d 7:00 . any time . Lyle Wilson and George of two of the longest jumpers in worry about . Keith Hedreen, an - battle ended with the score at 11- 1 should aid them when they meet Feb. 23—Home, against Bank of Francis, freshmen sprinters are tw o British Columbia, in Gordie Hero n other discus expert, will be unabl e for the lassies of '36 . V .A .C . at Westminster on Wednes- Comm ., 8 :00 . good beta for the shorter distance , and Murray Little, the "leapin g to compete this spring, owing to mi- day . For Adanacs, Mayers was the while Bill Crothall and Don Mc - freshmen" Both boys can soar over nor injuries . his liking, and will be well backe d big noise, scoring 14 of his teams olson (4), Matthison (5), Bardsle y Tavish are strong in the furlong. twenty feet, and that is a good jump In the shot-put, Varsity will b e by Christy and Stradiotti . The lat- 24 points. Osborne topped the Var- (4), a Wright, Mansfield. in any man's town . Haddon Agnew strongly represented by Agnew, ver- ter, chunky young scienceman, buil t sity marksmen with 11 points . Adanacs—Fraser, Shiles (4) , Mc - Quarter-Milers looks best in the high jump, bu t satile performer that he is, Goumen- along the lines of his wrestler-broth- The teams : Varsity—Osborne (II) . Ewan (2), Mayers (14), S . Gifford Never in the life of this institutio n Bowering, McTavish and Luttercl l iouk and Stradiotti . Goumeniou k er, has things all his own way i n K . Wright (8), Campbell (6), Nich - (2), W . Gifford, Lee (2), d'Easum . has there been available such a fiel d will have to be reckoned with . Little finds the javelin event especially tc the hammer event .
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