Davis pushes ‘for ‘HoteI’ @age students have for such accommoda- Gage residences are strongly oppos- it’s being used for what it was in- By GEOF WHEELWRIGHT Davis said the low-rise is not be- The UBC housing department is ing used for thepurpose it was built tion. ed toDavis’ plan for a UBC Hilton. tended,” she said. considering a plan to turn theWal- (housing for married students) “The university needs this kind Gage community council vice-presi- Low-rise resident Ian Lepper-said ter Gage low-rise residence into an and said it should therefore be of facility,” he said. dent Alison Hughes said the univer- the hotel proposalcould leave many oncampus hotel, housing director phased out as a student residence. Davis said the hotel could be used sity has noright to convert the low- students homeless. “Married stud- Mike Davis said Wednesday. The number of married couples in to provide accommodation for rise into a hotel. ents without children would be Davis said the hotel, which could the low-rise has declined from 53 to visiting lecturers, government re- forced to move offcampus, be- 15 in the last three years, he said. “I think it stinks. This place isn’t causein Acadia (camp and park) be operating as soon as September, professor searchers, recruitment meant for a hotel,” she said. would generate money to pay for a Although the other 38 rooms in programs, friends and relatives of you pretty well have to have child- proposed $8 to $10 million resi- the low-rise are currently being used patients in the UBC acute and ex- Hughes said the low-rise is being ren,” he said. dence renovation scheme. “The fa- for non-married students, Davis tended carehospitals, health science fully used by students, most of Lepper said the low-rise is the on- cility (the low-rise) has thepotential argued that the need for the hotel, and continuing education seminars in whom are common-law or ly oncampus lowcost housing for to support the renovations program and the renovation funding would it and real estate workshops. “legal” marriages. “The.place is al- married students without children. in the other residences,” he said. provide, is greater thanthe need But some students living in the ways totally full. To a large extent Page 2: GAGE SRA decides not to decide with two referendums UBC election fever might last un- dentorganization. UBC currently til spring as the student represen- maintains an associate membership tative assembly voted Wednesday in NUS, sending delegates tona- night to hold two more referen- tional and regional conferences. dums. “There are many arguments for Students will go to the polls to joining NUS and manyagainst,” decide on a $30,000 expenditure by senator student Chris Niwinski, the Varsity Outdoor Club and on mover of the NUS referendum mo- whether to join theNational Union tion, said Wednesday. “So let’s put of Students. it to an issue. I think it’s high time The VOC asked for the $30,000 we had a referendum.” to build a new cabin, ending a five But NUS representative Joan year dispute with the Alma Mater Bennett said a referendum would be Society. And in return for the a waste of time and money until the referendum, the club agreed to drop assembly understands the workings the lawsuit it began in 1975 to of the organization. recover the cost of building the And student board of governors Whistler ski cabin that was taken representative Glenn Wong said the over by the UBC ski club. currentpartial membership with The new proposal will upgrade NUS has no benefits for UBC three existing cabins and build one students. new one near McGillvray Pass out- “This bastardized relationship side Pemberton, VOC president we have now . . . is useless. The on- Paul Hooper said Wednesday. ly way we can get the full benefits is SRA decided to hold the referen- if we’re full members,” he said. dum at a future date and also to Bennett said it would be better if establish a joint committee of VOC the referendum question were tabl- and assembly members to draw up a ed until SRA is willing to commit budget for thecabin’s construction. itself to educating the students “We’re looking at this as a new about NUS. - dm~d o’brkn photo proposal with nothing to do with A separate motion for SRA FONZIE LOOKALIKE CONTEST WINNER at educatien Gong Show illustrates ”cool” riding rechnique. Incredi- the Whistler cabin,’’ Hooper said. to cut off all ties with NUS if the ble similarity to teenage idol has already led to several television offers and an advertising contract with Brylcreem But law representative Arlene referendum fails was defeated. Motorcycle remained unruffled during ridiculous presentation, and claimed not to be fooled by clever impersona- Francis said she was concerned over tion. Ukelele asked to have name withheld and said show just strung everyone along. the cabin’s high costs. “I’d like to “I think you can continue the af- ask how we can justify a referen- filiation with NUS whether or not dum for $30,000 when just last year YQU have a mandate the we asked for a fee referendum,” students,” said Bennett. from Gears vofe fo confinue Godiva Engineering students held a annualstunt surprised no one,but notorious event a legitimacy it has ‘she said. The three previous referendums the an- precedent-setting vote on applied dean science Martin never previously enjoyed. The NUS referendum will be the on theNUS question failed to pass, nual Lady Godiva ride Tuesday. Wedepohl’s participation as return- And the fight tostopthe ride is fourth time UBC students have forcing UBC into the limited The 90 per cent vote in favor of ing officer is raising some eyebrows. gaining momentum, WOmen’s voted on joining the national stu- capacity of an associated member. the engineers’ most controversial Some see his action as aiving the studies director Lorette WoolseY Wednesday. more said “Many Bill Who? steps women’s groups mounting are pressure (against the ride) and there’s a real increase in the number of protests.” from shadows Woolsey also said shehas met with Wedepohl several times to discuss stopping the ride. “We’ve By HEATHER CONN taken a strong stand against the ride There’s one thing student voters won’t need to assess Bill Clarke as a and the violence associated with candidate - X-ray vision. it,” she said. “I’m quite a visible guy when see me,” says the Vancouver-Quadra you And she said the ride is an in- Progressive Conservative candidate, who’s been dubbed Mr. Invisible in fluence keeping women from enter- the past. “I’m everywhere at once.” ing engineering at UBC. “I think Clarke, an MP since 1972, told 25 students in SUB 209 he is “always one could question whether a available” and anxious to talk to students and faculty. He has campaign- woman with talents in engineering ed in UBC residences and says: “I found a certain number of students would want to enter the faculty. It’s really wanted to talk about the issues.” a lot deeper than the Lady Godiva Clarke said UBC is “fortunate” for the amount of student housing ride.” available and reminded followers that theuniversity’s residences currently But engineering undergraduate have vacancies. He declined to outline an opinion of Canada Mortgage society president Russ Kinghorn and Housing Corporation policies and their effect on student residences. said the tradition is carried on Clarke says he discusses student housing regularly with university of- because “it makes life interesting.” ficials, but thinks the Canada student loan program has not been a “big And he denies that the ride has any issue. I think it’s operating satisfactorily and no one has ever suggested sexist connotations. to me the program needs a major overhaul.” “Maybe it does in some people’s When a female listener later told Clarke that students’ eligibility for a eyes, but it doesn’t in general. A loan depends on their parents’ financial status, he replied: “I think it (the few people feel a little burned and loan program) probablyneeds some work. No onehas written to me that that’s the reason they’ve spread it. I ihis should ,be changed.” don’t think it’s a real issue.” In parliamentary circles, the financial status of MPshas seriously In addition to the women’s “fallen behind the times,” says Clarke, who adds theConservatives plan groups opposed to the ride, profes- to limit growth in government spending. He says hischartered accountant sional engineers are critical of the ,colleagues in Vancouver are earning an average income of $67,000 while ride. An editorial by John Brown in See page NOW 2: CLARKE. . . makes rare campus appearance- the current edition of B.C. Profes- sional Engineer condemns the EUS’ aggressive hostility toward women. Paae 2 THE UBYSSEY January Thursday, 24,1980 ~~ Now you see him - now you don’t From page 1 crete policies encouraging on with the status of women in Canada courage to admit we had made a indecisive when negotiating the MPs are scraping by on $30,000. women to enter the laborforce. and and have dealt with the matter mistake,” he said. On the Conser- nowcancelled proposal with the “It’s importantforCanadato is unaware of any Conservative “adequately.”( MacDonald has vativeproposaldisband to U.S. in the summer. “It was really ve h aq u a l i f ip e o p ne ed i l legislative action in that direction said the federal government should Petrocan, he added: “We got the Mr. Trudeau who muddled things parliament,” says the 46-year-old made during the party’s short reign eliminate salary, discrepancies bet- message people wanted a state cor- up in the spring,” he said. politician. “If they aren’t paid pro- since May 22. ween men and women and develop poration.” A Conservative federal govern- perly, you’ll have people that don’t “It’s in the realm of the secretary an employment policy to include Clarke, chair of the Conservative ment will let Americans know that have a high ability or are treating it of state,” he says. “I don’t know job creationand equality for committee standing on finance, the alternatetrans-mountain or (their job) as a hobby. what you expect the government women.) trade and economic affairs, called Kitimat route is still available to “I have a brother - he runs the could or should do. It’s not a par- It is “absurd” to biame the Con- finance minister John Crosbie’s reduce oil tanker traffic, said business so I can afford to be an ticular issue of mine.” He denied servatives for failing to fulfil all first budget a “masterpiece” and Clarke. The Conservatives plan to MP.” his lack of personal policies on their election promises, Clarke said, Canada be said would self- increase the proportion of govern- In recognition of women’s rights, women’s issues makes him an in- reading from a prepared text. The sufficient by the ’90s if Conser- ment spending for energy policies, Clarke said the Conservative party adequate representative of women candidate said he has a list of 139 vative proposals were adopted. By he added. has done more than any other voters in Vancouver-Quadra. promises kept by the party and is contrast, he said the Liberals and “We did more for energy policy government inhistory. “We have Clarke said he thinks Tory leader proud of the Conservative record. New Democrats are more interested than the Liberals did in 11 years,” more women in more key posts.” JoeClark and secretary of state “On the embassy move from Tel in short-term political gain than in he said. Conservatives plan to give Yet he readily says he hasno con- David MacDonald are concerned Aviv to Jerusdem, we had the disciplined, permanent planning. Petrocan a new mandate and make “The Liberals have had 11 years Canadians shareholders of the cor- misadventure,” of said. he poration, much like the Socreds’ “They’re without a leader. People “five freeshares” scheme in the c are being asked to vote for Humpty B.C. Resources Investment Cor- From page 1 foreadding rooms their tothe million pilot renovation program Dumpty before he’s been put back poration. “They should throw it (the idea) hotel. scheduled to begin this summer at together again.’’ (Clarke just laugh- See page 8: CLARKE out. It’s prettyunacceptable,” he Shayne Boyd, Gage council hous- Place Vanier, Totem Park and ed when one of his election posters I said. Many students at a community ing budget committee member, said the hotel plan was aimed at phasing Gage. He said it would include an additional $7 to $9 million upgrad- reading “reelect Bill Clarke” fell off the wall before his speech.) For fast council meeting last night also ex- pressed concern that the hotel. out unnecessary student housing in anticipation of an enrolment drop ing program of all the residences. Davis said he hopes to make a de- Clarke blamed Trudeau and the Liberal government for jeopardiz- results use cision on the plan by the end of Jan- would house visiting sports teams and disrupt the Gage community. the at university. He said the administration is operating on a UW. ing the all-land Foothills route for transporting oil from Alaska to the UBYSSEY “I can envision a visiting basketball teamtearing upthe place,” said Hughes. “quality, not quantity” philosophy for student residences to attract students into the older single resi- But Craig-Brooks, Alma Mater Society housing commissioner, said the plan might be illegal under the U.S. throughCanada.He denied the Conservatives were silent and I Classified The Gage council was surprised dences. terms of, Gage’s government mort- by the Davis proposal and voted to Boyd said students would prob- . gage andaddedthatthe money distribute a questionnaire to all ably be allowed to stay in the hotel, could be raised from other sources. Gage residents to determine the ac- but would not get any preferential Any move to reduce student hous- ceptability of the hotel plan. “Peo- rates. He said the housing depart- ing at this time is unacceptable, he ple were surprised, but they want to ment is currently considering a rate said. know more before they make a de- close to $22 per night. “Student housing is already very cision,” said council president Al And Davis said the hotel revenues ” tight. There are 400 to 500 students Soltis. would be used to continue a $1 on the waiting list for Gage alone.” Soltis said the council will also consider asking the housing depart- ment to let married students stay in the low-rise as long as they wish be- religious habit Written Applications are now Fantasy and faith y e more close- being accepted .for: ly linked than most people think, 1. The $4.00 per graduating student re- UBC English professor Murray Ev- ans said Wednesday. bate for funding of grad composites Evans told 150 people in the SUB and/or The functions., application art gallery that the writings of J. R. must @ecify: R. Tolkien, C. S . 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No applications will be defeated by a “no” vote. : accepted after the deadlines indicated. ....... ...-. Peter Chant, Chris Niwinski and 0 A Soltis have announced their in- I tentions to run for the post of ex- FIRST GENERAL MEETING THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7,1980 - 12:30 0 2 TACOS FOR 95“ This coupon is good for the purchase of two tacos 0 0 ternal affairs coordinator. And four students are contesting Please watch for further details 0 for 95g. Coupon must be presented. One offer per 0 the director of administration posi- Signed: 0 person. Offer expires January 3 1 . 1980. 0 tion: Onkar Athwal, Shayne Boyd, Grad Class Council Craig Brooks and David Jeffreys. Thursdav, 24,198) THE UBYSSEY Page 3 Canada should boycott Games, says Liberal MP should Canada boycott the Olympic Games if the Soviet Union does not pull out of Afghanistan, a Quebec Liberal MP said Tuesday. Westmount And MPDon Johnston told 40 students in Buch. 100 that Liberal leader Pierre Trudeau also supports the Olympic boycott, adding to confusion about Liberal policy on the issue. (Trudeauannounced publicly Tuesday that he is opposed to a Canadian boycott of the Moscow Olympics.) And Liberal candidate Peter Pearse, also present at the Johnston speech, said he is against the boycott. “I am against boycotting the Olympics as a political act,” said Pearse, Liberal candidatefor the Vancouver-Quadra riding. “If you put politics out of it and can JOHNSTON . . flip flop . compete stgictly on an athletic basis, the games can be a symbol of very theme. I’m very convinced thar peace. ’’ the cynicism of the general public is Johnston added that boycotting a reflection of the cynicism of the Olympics would have disastrous politicians.” effects. “You have to recognize Johnston condemned the Conser- that you’re going to deal adeath vative policy regarding PetroCan, blow to theOlympics,” he said. “If and said they had adopted a doc- ‘Western nations boycott the games trinaire position that will not work - dmund o‘brkn photo I would be surprised if the Eastern in the real world. But he said he is in LET THEM BURN, shouts Nero clone after learning of housing department proposal to convert UBC’s wartime bloc appeared at theOlympics for a favor of privatization if it is feasi- leftovers, the huts, into a luxury resort for vacationing Third World citizens. Visitors, for whom even the huts number of years.” ble. wouldseemluxurious,wouldfootthebillfortheuniversity‘sbudget,removingburdenfromtaxpayersand Johnston, formerly chairman of Johnston said the NDP is students. Acturally, Nero clone is ding-gong education professor John Dennison. the House of Commons committee unrealistic in their policies and add- on public accounts, said he is a ed that they do not have to worry critic of his own party. “I’ve about being called to task on their Students left off task force registered a number with dissatisfactions Liberal of my promises because they will never be policies,” he said, addingthat inter- elected. HALIFAX (CUP) - There will the kind of job the student has,” he MacDonald said he wants to “TheNDP is able to make nal criticism helps keep the Liberal statements oblivious to the facts in be no student representatives on the said. learn more about the situation. party strong. the same way as the Rhino party.” federal-provincial task force to MacDonald said he is concerned The average Canadian woman’s student Canada’s study aid, that current graduates have a large salary is only 57 per cent of a man’s Much of his speech was critical o f He said the Liberal party will secretary of state announced Tues- debt to pay off because they took and the federal government must Joe Clark’s Conservative govern- follow upon allof its promises. day. out studentloans to cover educa- lead the way in eliminating that ment. “HOW can a government “When we saywe’re going to do “It would no longer be a govern- tion costs. discrepancy,MacDonald, said elected May of 1979 have fallen something, by God we’re going to ment task force if other groups were “When we first started in the stu- when interviewed by Canadian from public esteem in so short a do it.” on it,” said David MacDonald,dent assistance business itwasnever University Press. time?” he asked, and said that re- ending a lengthy guessing game bet- considered that a whole generation “The biggest nut we have to cent surveys have shown a drastic But he also said “only a fool ween the federal government, pro- would be coming out with a high crack is to establish very clearly, as decrease in Clark’s popularity. wouldn’t change his mind.” vincial education ministers and stu-debt load,” he said. “I think it’s a federal employer, that we have a He said the Conservative govern- Johnston was the first of political dent organizations. “The provincial unrealistic, generally unhealthy and program of equal pay for work of ment’s fall was a result of in- welter and heavy-weights being education ministers recognize the breaks down confidence in the equal value.” competence, arrogance and parachuted into UBC to woo the _need for full input.” system.” MacDonald. whose portfolio in- cynicism. Johnston added there is a ’ student vote. External affairs MacDonald says he recognizes a The secretary of state says he has cludes responsibility for the status general feeling in Canada that Flora minister Macdonald is major problem with current student heard no one criticize the new of women, said the federal govern- politicians are not to be trusted scheduled to speak sometime next aid policy: students must start federal summer youth employment ment must develop an employment because they’ll say anything to be week, while the Liberals are plann- repaying loans six months after program for reducing student strategy to include job creation and elected. ing to bring former finance minister leaving school, regardless of their wages, while armed forces and equality for women. “Joe Clark has followed that Jean Chretien. financial ability to pay. training have cadetprograms “What is needed is an equation received a 20 per cent funding in- that loan repayments are subject to crease. . , ~ ~ .., ~ .. ~ ~..<~, : ~ .,,~....~.. ,~, , *+,A,..,- .~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~. ,. : ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ :.:.., ~ ~ ~ . ~ ~ ? . ; ? ~ ~ ~ ~ j . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ , ~ ~ ~ . : ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ” - ” So you always thought The Ubyssey was a left-wing rag. Terry Yates doesn’t think so, and Yates is chairman of the Progressive Conservative party’s Canada Fund. Yates sent the paper’s editors a 1980 Sustaining Contributor card and an enthusiastic letter. “Dear Progressive Conservative . . .” is only the beginning. “As one of our best supporters, I’ve been able to count on you in the past to help the Progressive Conservative Party in its time of need,” the letter states. “In fact,because of the unprecedented demand placed on our party, I’m asking you to consider a contribution of nearly twice as much as you’ve ever made before,” the letter continues. “That’s easy,” Ubyssey co-editor Tom Hawthorn said Wednesday. “Twice nothing is still nothing.” And The Ubyssey is in good company. Another noted non-Conservative to receive a Tory contribution kit was former Liberal cabinet minister Ron Basford. Basford said Wednesday he did not know why he was picked as a poten- tial Conservative supporter. “I presume they’re looking for money,” he said. And Basford added he received a more impressive version of the Canada Fund request. ‘‘I got an autographed portrait of Joe Clark.” The letter states on behalf of eager contributors: “Terry, you can count on my support. I understand how important my sustaining contribution is to the Party, especially in this crucial national election.” Hawthorn saidhe w l not send the Conservatives a contribution for their il campaign fund, but added he wiII keep the card anyway. “Maybe it will protect me from higher interest rates or gas prices if the Conservatives form - d k o mong photo the next government,” he said. UBC GYMNAST Michelle Sirettperforms act on uneven bars unequalled sincelast time Ubyswy staff hit Lethe. -. Women’s team competes in last homemeet of year Friday at 430 p.m. againstAlbmta and Oregon in G, and gym tf a, should not be missed. Ubyssey s f on other hand, is always inLethe and really isn‘t worth watching anyway. Page 4 UBYSSEY THE January Thursday, 24,1980 ‘Hello, UBC Hilton “Relax in an aura of scholarly peace. Wide, spacious rooms await you for plans to convert Gage low-rise residence into a campus Holiday Inn are a totally ...may I help you. already so scarce. - Davis says thehotel scheme willpay assembly votes unanimously against a proposal, you know it reeks. Such col- 3’ your tranquil stay. Panoramic vistas of unrealistic profiteering scheme. for for UBC renovations other agreement lective is unheard of with B.C.‘s rugged mountain rangesavailable As usual, students are the last con- residences, But it’s hard to imagine a petty student politicos. If they can insome suites. Hotand cold running sideration in such an impetuous gonzo 53-room hotel providing the more than recognize a lousyproposal, anyone can. water, showers, and carpeting in all proposal. Married students without $8 million needed for an overhaul pro- Ahote! on campus has thousands of rooms. Nearby facilities include tennis children who now occupy the low rise, ject? And who’s to guarantee that that‘s possibilities for visionary profit seekers. courts, indoor and outdoor swimming will be turfed out with nowhere to go- where the money will be funneled? Gage would The “hotel” be close pools, theatres, restaurants and bars. All other campus accommodation for mar- If all 53 units were rented 365 days of enough to the proposed research park to for a low price of $22 per day. (No , ried students only allows couples with the year, thetotalincomeforthe “pro- provideanotherstudent-subsidized . children or pets, please) . . It’s all yours children. Removing valuable student fitable” miracle dwelling would be about benefit for the park‘s tenants. when you stay at UBC‘s Gage Hotel.“ housing and replacing it with rooms for $3OO,OOO peryear before costs. That’s UBC is a university. It’s a tough This could soon be a glossy advertise- visitingprofessors and those who can about one-twenty-fifth of the funds enough job keeping up with the educa- mentfor housing director Mike Davis’ affordbetter blindly is irresponsible, needed to renovate existing residences. tion business. Let’s keep out of the hotel latest get-rich-quick scheme. Davis‘ esDeciallv when student housing is student When the representative business. Misinformation surrounds park forum plans This is hopefully to clear up the At that time our plans were in for the public. A Dec. 10 letter from sons as to why it should be off cam- and have prior and ongoing input continuing misinformation regard- disarray; no definite arrangements Leslie Peterson,chairman of the pus. I was not certain whether Ken- into it. ing the public forum on Discovery could be made but several possibil- board of governors, to the research ny had given us an unequivocal Kenny states in his letter that be- Park, and press reports regarding ities were discussed. Unfortunately, park committee refused our request “no,” and was told to check with cause theforum was arranged by it. First of all, the forum will take the reporter left before the end of for public hearings but stated that his secretary about the arrange- SRA research park committee, that place this evening, Jan. 2 4 , at 7:3@ the meeting. “the administration is prepared to ments the following week. it should take place at the campus p.m. in the party room, with presi- Kenny also states that I called makearrangements for public in- On Monday, Jan. 14 Kenny’s sec- “where access is open to all dent Doug Kenny and Don Larsen. your Jan. 17 article (Kenny flip formational meetings as a follow-up retaryconfirmed thedate of the students.” The committee has not Universities minister Pat McGeer flops on off-campus forum) “mis- to the president’s earlier meetings 24th. and told me she believed that shared his concern about students, has sent his regrets that he is unable taken.” My letter to him was writ- with students.” the University Hill setting would be trusting that those interested would to attend. ten before that article appeared, The committee had also written acceptable. I phoned to confirm beable to make their way to the A letter from Kenny which ap- and was in reference to the Jan. 15 to Kenny offering to arrange public this the next day, and was told that University Hill high school. peared in The Ubyssey Jan. 22 report. I find the facts inthe Jan. 17 meetings and asking him to meet an off-campus setting would not be However, SUB is also open to the states that in a letter to him I apolo- article to be accurate. with a delegation in this regard; considered. On the Wednesday the public, and we suspect that some gized for the misinterpretation of If Kenny objects to the term “flip Kenny responded on Dec. 11 sug- setting in SUB and the format was will be able to find their way here my remarks made at the first meet- flops,” perhaps it is because his gesting we could meet with him ear- agreed on. tonight. Beyond this, it is the re- ing of the student fepresentative as- opinion of the value and purpose of ly in the new year. The position of the research park sponsibility of the board of govern- sembly research park committee a public forum is different to that In the absence of further guide- committee from the beginning has ors to ensure that the university with members of other UBC and of The Ubyssey writer and the re- lines, the committee made arrange- been that the issues raised by Dis- community and thepublic are prop- community groups. I infact.ex- search park committee, in which ments for a public forum for either covery Park involve the university erly involved in the planning and pressed my regrets at the confusion case his actions may be entirely con- Jan. 24, 29 or 31 in the University as a whole, the local community, the development of Discovery Park. which resulted from the report in sistent. Hill high school gymnasium. At our and thegeneral public. Our aim has Marty Lund the Jan. 15 Ubyssey of this meeting On Nov. 29, 1979 Kenny and Jan. 11 meeting with Kenny, we been to ensure that these groups be chair stating thattheforum would be Don Larsen at a forum for students were taken by surprise when he stat- adequately informed about thepark SRA research park committee held at University Hill high school on Discovery Park expressed their ed his unwillingness to go off cam- and that Kenny would attend. willingness to attend further forums pus and invited us to give him rea- A guilty plagiarist is a poor cross between a Rhinoceros and a liar THE UBYSSEY January 24,1980 With regard to Paul Gaylie’s hu- morous attempt at humor in his let- ter of Jan. 22, I feel obliged to point another Rhinoceros candidate’s list of election promises. In case it hasn’t yet dawned on Published Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays throughout the university year by the Alma Mater you, Paul, I was tuned in to the out the remarkable similarities be- Society of the U.niversity of B.C. Editorial opinions are those of the staff and not of the A M s or same CFOX news broadcast that the university administration. Member, Canadian University Press. The Ubyssey publishes Page tweenGaylie’s election platform and that of the Rhinoceros Party. you were listening to not too long Friday, a weekly commentary and review. The Ubyssey’s editorial office is in room 241K of the ago. You are guilty of a blatant act Student Union Building. Editorial departments, 228-2301; Advertising, 228-3977. Had the dimensions of his platform been measured in metric instead of of plagiarism - an act that would Coo-Editors:HeatherConnand Tom Hawthorn empirical terms, it would have been be labelled corrupt even in the How boring was k in the nswsroom? Julie Wheelwright fell e.ksp at ths keys and Erica Leiren dozedoff on tho tdephone. While Peter Menysll sbpt behind identical to the platform construct- Socred offices in Victoria. Frankly, the my list, H e a m Conn wee rendered comatow byone of KevinFinnegan’slonger diatriber. Tom H a h o r n succumbed half-waythrough Stova r ed by a Rhinoceros Party candidate these are the only twoideas of yours ld, McClure’s e e and the gentle rockingof the building in the wind put French andGbn Sanford down the count.Ed 0’Bri-m and Stuart Dee couldn’t Dave for that I can recall hearing on that and left m y awake in the dark, Gary Brookfield was to odii nothing but znzzzzs. It waa leh to Geof Wheelwright and Geoff Olwn to ank anvona whohunude (whose name escapes me). it thi tar thmught t masthead toc a w aign up as a reporter in room241k and put uw exckement in meir i . If no one .hornup pretty.eon, we’ll haw h V broadcast; Rhino knows where you to form a campus m m b u l i m ’ dub andwalkin M i u l oblivion thmught the conidon of UBC. (Actwlly, no one would probably . n notice the m d m difference.) If yw’m tarified by gruesome nightmares, w a wt and learn w r d l - p n c t b rbepiw techniques. Themff thot,lbep (and m o m s ) together, As for Gaylie’s brilliant solution stole theothers from. my. togaher. the to Iranian hostage-taking inci- David Robertson was dent, it taken verbatim from arts 2 Thursday, Januaw24.1980 THE UBYSSEY Page 5 CAMMY MAK,B.S.C.; D.M.D. Wishes to announce the opening of his office for the .practice of Hansard tells Tory story In an interview published in your were not adwnced enough to be legacy of a $14 billion deficit, a GENERAL DENTISTRY at 1645 W. Broadway paper on Tuesday Jan. 2 Peter made public. Not only is it ''likely'' legacy that John Crosby [sic] had (Between Burrard & Granville) Pearse, Liberal candidate in the that we would have done those the guts to tackle. Under his budget federal riding of Vancouver things, but where possible we have everyone fromthe huge corpora- Vancouver, B.C. V6J-lW9 Quadra, boasted that, "the Liberals done them anddone them in a tions to the suburban worker would Office hours by appointment 738-1816 are responsible for income support, financially responsible manner. pay theirfairshare. It is notthe programs for 'needy and disabled' Onthe matter of the famous Tories who are insensitive tothe people, guaranteed income policies, budget of Dec. 11, Pearse ignores disadvantaged, it is the Liberals Canada Plan, Pension and half of the budget in a desperate at- who disadvantage every Canadian Medicare . . . It would certainly be tempt to prove that Tories are, "so with their print money schemes. unlikely the Conservatives would insensitive to the needs of people But in the end one sympathizes have done those things," says who are the most disadvantaged." with Pearse and his party. With Pearse. He ignores the tax credits that their leader in hiding, afraid to To set the record straight, the would mean that those earning publicly debate Joe Clark and Ed Progressive Conservative Party under $12,000 a year would pay Broadbent, withouta team, without wholeheartedly supported income none of the gasoline excise tax. He any policy at all, perhaps all they support programs for theneedy and ignores the closing of loopholes that can do is makeemptystatements disabled, such as old age security, ' , discriminated against women tax- payers. He ignores the closing of that areeasily refuted. As Joe Clark said on Monday night, the principle when these programs were in- troduced in the 19&, as a simple corporate loopholes and the imposi- tion of a corporation surtax. He ig- difference between the parties emerging in this campaign is that we ALL CROSS COUNTRY SKI check of Hansard would prove. Bob Stanfield was an'early and nores the tax on multinational oil companies that would fill the Tories are honest with the Canadian people, while the other parties are EQUIPMENT - S-KIS, BOOTS consistent advocate of guaranteed annual income policies. And it was treasury coffers with six billion dollars over four years. not. BUI Embrey POLES, BINDINGS, WAXES, theTory government in Ontario that initiated the study and regula- Worst of all he ignores the reason for a tough budget, the Liberal president, UBC progressive conservative party KNICKERS ETC, ETC. tion of pensions in the 1950s. When the Liberals brought down the " " " " ~ " " Diefenbaker government in 1%3 discussions were underway between the provinces and the federal Interested in While Quantities Last government concerning pensions. Management Consulting? Unfortunately these discussions ARTHUR ANDERSEN & CO. Something is mssing, eh ? You people were quite mstaken to send a Ms.to cover a msogynist candidate. I was msinterpreted, ms- ARTHUR ANDERSEN & CO. is seeking 1980 grad- uates preferably with backgrounds in commerce, science or engineering, for the management consulting division of the Vancouver office. Submit an original or photocopy of your personal resume (UCPA form is suit- COST+lO% able) by January 31, 1980 to- the Canada Emp!oyment construed and msquoted by your re- porter. Such hit-and-ms journalism should not be allowed in so serious Centre on Campus, Brock Hall. All resumes will be acknowledged. You will be contact- PACK & an erection. John, Eh? McDonald alchemy 7 ed on or about February 12 regarding interviews. Addi- tional information is availableat the U.B.C. Canada Em- BOOTS SHOP 3425 WEST BROADWAY, Tel. 738-3128 Dlovment Off ice. UBC READING, WRITING AND STUDY SKILLS CENTRE Don't Lose THE COMMENCING WEEK FEBRUARY OF 2, 1980 THE UBCREADING, WRITING AND STUDY SKILLS CENTRE WILL OFFER SHORT COURSES IN GRAMMAR REVIEW, Your Vote! READINGIMPROVEMENT, STUDY SKILLS DEVELOP- WRITING MENT, IMPROVEMENT,VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT AND SPELLING IMPROVEMENT. ALL your As Liberal for candidateVancouver COURSES HAVE LIMITED ENROLMENT AND PRE- professor and Quadra, a at UBC, PETER REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. PEARSE is concerned that many students have not been informed about voter registration. FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION CALL 228-2181 LOC 245 To vote in Vancouver you Quadra must registerunlessyou were enumeratedherelast May. Incf. spray, wet & blow dry STYLE $11.oO Incl. shampoo. conditioner & blow dry ALL CANDIDATES of Residents of UBC may register in the Lounge WalterGage North Tower Residence (Offer expires Feb. 29/80) from 1O:OO t o 1 : O a.m. and from 7:OO to 1O APPOINTMENTS 734-2343 2105 W. 16th at Arbutus (Beside Ridge Theatre) MEETING 1O:OO p.m., January 25 to February 4. Forthose who live off campus,contact the SUB Conversation Pit Returning Officer for Quadra (phone 266-1394) " the for information concerning Court of Revision Friday, January 25, I980 in your area. 1290 - 2:oO p.m. If you need further help contactthe UBC Liberal with voter registration Association in SUB V 216C (phone 2284385). Come out and hear the candidates who have been Although this campaign will be short, PETER PEARSE will spend asmuch time as possibleon nominated for the ANIS 7344S3S Eve. and Holidays 732-9898 Also Garalp-. Basements. Yards I at-large executive positions. campus to let you know his positionon all of the issues, particularly those of concern to you. Authorized by the^ oflicial ggemt for Peter Pmm. i Page 6 THE UBYSSEY Thursday, January24.1980 I I .... ..... TODAY 'Tween classes TOASTMASTERS CLUB Msaing, n w membwr wcm, 730 to 930 d e o FESTIVAL OF RELIGION, ARTS on Flm. The Hdn Placs. no, SUB auditorium. iig SCHOOL ,DISTRICT 88 (TERRACE) On campus interviews will be conducted, March 10 - 12, with graduating YOUNG ALUMNI CLUB p.m.. MecMillan 218. Contwnponw lenura by Hunt Beysr, observations teachers for Dositions in theTerrace District effective September 1, 1980. At- Dr. Roben E l i ahown s l i i on Ea~hqwkw on Zen Buddhm and modem wsstem f t and music, tempts willbe made to correlate the interviews scheduled with the number of their prsdiction, 8 p.m., Cecil G m Park. FRIDAY noon. SUB art gallev. vacancies expected in particular subject field andlorGrade levels. TOobtain WOMEN'S COMMllTEE L d n dropin. 1:30 p.m., SUB 130. SAC ELECTIONS COMMITTEE Linratura open saga with Hunt andBecky Beyer. 3:30 p.m., SUB art gallew. 8 an appointment, please submit, before January 31, a completed B.C.T.F. MUSEUM OF AWTHROPOLOGY All cdndidntg meeting for candidates running for AMS executive at-largepodtins, noon to 2 p.m., Robin Blaaer and George Boweringread wy r. 8 Application form, copies of PRACTICUM REPORTS and a completed Show emitlsd Cyclsr: the graphic rn of RobeR Oavidwn, Haids, until Feb. 3, thropoloev. PUBLIC FORUM ON DISCOVERY PARK Museum of An- SUB conversaion pit. UBC SKYDIVERS General m ei g noon, SUB 213. e tn , 7:30 p.m., SUB art gallew. SATURDAY 8 personalresume. References and further reports may be submitted in January or at the interview. Mr. M. Bergsma. With Doug Kennyand Don L m a . 730p.m.. SUB NEWMAN CATHOLIC CENTRE Director of Instruction, parm room. with m u ~ c and retreshmen,,,, a st. EASTINDIANSTUDENTS ASSOCIATION Cultural showand bazaar as Republic Day celebre- LAW STUDENTS LEGAL ADVICE PROQRAM Mark's Cdlege. tiom, 6 3 0 p.m., SUB ballroom. Terrace, B.C. V8G 4B5 Frea legal advice, noon, SUB 11 1. EDUCATION INTERNATIONAL HOUSE Debate m n educationandtheUBCdebating FESTIVAL OF RELIGION, ARTS night* admiwion* 7:r) lntMnatioMl e.ocietv on Teachera have a vest%d in intfmat sex Hunt Bayer -ks on and Music metaphysics a1 House coffeeplace. noon, edu&n. Scarfa 100. the momint. i p.m.. SUB art gallev. ENGLISH STUDENTS PUBLICATION ~ ~~~ ASSOCIATION Hopefully you've all read your sssayl, 2:30 p.m., Brock 163. FESTIVAL OF RELIGION, ARTS Mime with Alyana McCay, noon. SUB art gSllW. Tony Hunt speaks on Indian AR and Spirituality, 3.30 p.m., SUB aR gallev. U.B.C. faculty, staff, and students AMS ART GALLERY General meeting, all welcome, noon, SUB 230. are invited to a PUBLIC FORUM LAW STUDENTS'ASSOCIATIONFILM COM- MITTEE Film entitled The Temptation of Power about Iran in 1976, noon, Law 101. GAY PEOPLE OF UBC Joint meeting with NDP Club with NDP candidate on the planned Ron Johmon, noon. SUB 207. 4TH YEAR DIETETICS Unique Hawaiian luncheon, 1130, SUB cafeteria. Industrial Research Park DISCOVERY PARK EAST INDIAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION ImpoRantorganizational meeting. noon,Intema- tionel House main floor. SF SOCIETY Tak and discuseion on Facta fallaciea and in with on astronomy,by David Roger, n o , Buch. 102. IYS General meeting, noon, SUB 215. Dr. D Kenny U.B.C. President m - AWARDS OFFICE Financial aid advice. noon to 2 p.m., SUB Speak- m. EDUCATION Breaking the Mwld Conference. wine and cheese, Don Larsen Discovery Parks Inc - 4 to 5 p.m., Scarfs building. 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"""""""~ please """""" keep informed me """~~"""""""" about """"- all ----""-"" I name ............................................................ 36 - Lost : your new stereo components with ; ddress ........................................................ 40 - M M g m your FREE quarterly newsletter : ...................................................................... "creotive sound" ; ....................... code postal ......................... #) - RSII~~S ~ Thursday, January24,1980 THE U B Y S S E Y Page 7 Yes indeed, that was a terrific re- " time each night' for the women is TODAY Co-rec snowshoe trip, SUNDAY LSAT GMAT Intmmumls 7:30 a m . , Seymour Mt. Intmmunls sponse to our plea last week for ad- 6:45 p.m. and for the men is 8:30 Women's bowling night Women's basketball Men's 3 on 3 basketball ditional staff for the' sports page. p.m. 7 p.m., SUE games room UEC s v. Lethbridge 10 a m . , mem gym The men's soccer team plays Sat- Co-rec volleyball 645 p.m., mem gym Our reporter roster doubled to four UECInvitational Men'r Ice hockey MCAT by Monday, setting a new high for urday on MacInnes. field behind 730 p.m., mem gym UBC at Edmonton tournament the decade. Bearing in mind that SUB at 2 p.m., and the rugby team FRIDAY JVs and Totems, finals Women's ice hockey one of theadditions was my room- plays the same day at 2:30 p.m. on lntramumb 7 p.m., gym A and B UEC vs. Killamey, 4:45 p.m., winter mate who I threatened to lock in the Lord field behind the winter sports Last day of registration: Man's basketball garage with the landlady's cat if he centre. Thc swim teams takeon men's wrestling tournament Women's basketball UEC 3 vs. Lethbridge 8 0 p.m., mem gym sports Centre MONDAY INTENSIVE didn't write, the turnout was still University of Washington at 2 p.m. quite encouraging. Saturday at the aquaticcentre, and UEC vs: Lethbridge, 645 p.m.. mem gym Swimming UBC M. Washington Intnmynb Men's curling league, REVIEW That doesn't mean, however, the women's ice hockey team plays that new reporters are notwelcome. at 4:45 p.m. Sunday at the winter UBC Invitational tournament JVs and Totems, first game 2 p.m., aquatic centre Men's rugby first day of matches WEDNESDAY . SEMINARS In fact, it doesn't even mean I'll be sports centre main rink. UEC M. Oak Bay Intmmumb - We offer for each o the f 7 p.m., gym A and B hesitant about buying them a beer And forgymnastics fans there are 2 3 p.m., Lord fM :0 Co-rec inner tube LSAT, GMAT and MCAT: Men's,baskab.ll the instant they walk in the door. two meets this weekend but only UEC s v. Lethbridge water polo Even if it's at 9 a.m. limited seating is available. The 8 3 0 p.m.. mmn gym Man's soccer 7:30 p.m., aquatic centre 200 page copyrighted So if you have a little time avail- women's team hosts a tri-meet Fri- UBC s v. Pegnws, curriculum Women's gymnadcs, 2 p.m., Maclnnes f d Women's floor hockey able on the weekends, and always day afternoon at4:30 p.m., and the UBC tri-meet, kgue. 70 page MathPrimer wanted a press card to stick in the men's team meets the University of 4:30 p.m., gym G Men'r Ice hockey fimt day of compaiDjon (sent to each LSAT & UEC at Edmonton band of your fedora, drop by SUB Alberta Saturday at 2 p.m. Both SATURDAY Men's wrestling GMAT registrant) room 241k anytime and ask for meets are in gym G at the Osborne Intmmumb tournament Men's gymnadcs seminar-sized classes Kevin. Before you know it, you'll centre, next tothe winter sports Men's 3 on 3 b a s k e t b a l l UBC M. Alberta, Lest day of r gsr to : e i tai n 10 a.m.. rnem gym 2 p.m., gym G co-rec croskcountry skiing specialized instructors be sipping a brew and readiig the centre. Ubyssey style guide, one of the Guarantee:repeatthe more bizarre 3Cpage essays you'll no for courseextra ever come across. charge if your score is The Ubyssey is an equal oppor- unsatisfactory tunity employer, although candi- Whynotgiveusa call and dates with telephone book throwing find out how you can really experience always get picked first do the preparation you keep during staff wars. thinking you'll get around to * * * on your own? It's only mid-January and your NationalTesting Centre, Inc. student loan entertainment budget 4609 West 10th Avenue, is used up already, right? Vancouver, B.C. V6R 253 ' Don't despair. There's entertain- ( 6 0 4 ) 689-9O00or ment right on campus this weekend call us toll free at that you paid for long ago. Part of (800) 663-3381 yourstudent fee goes to extra- curricular athletics, so all sports events on campus are free to stud- ents with a valid A M s card. And this weekend there's no shortage of events. Both the women's and men's basketball teams will be playing the University of Lethbridge Friday and Saturday night. The Thunder- ettes have been having their prob- lems lately but the 'Birds have had strong games against some of the best teams in the country.Game Thursday,January 24 1230 pm Mime. Alyana McCay ir the SUB Art Gallery. 3% pm 'lndian Art and Spiritual, ity. " A lecture by Tony 'Hunt SUB Art Gallery. Friday, January 25 12:30 pm "Hiding Hace. " The film. Auditorium. Admission $1. SUB 1 2 3 pm "Observations on ZeE Buddhism and Contemporarb Western Music. lecture by Huni "A Beyer. SUB Art Gallery. 3:30 pm Literature Open Stage. Hosts Hunt and Becky Beyer. SUB Art Gallery. 7:30 pm Robin Blaser & George Bowering reading poetry in the SUB Art Gallery. Saturday, January 26 8:OO pm 'Music and Metaphysicsa1 the Moment." A lecture by Hunt Beyer, illustrated with music. SUB Art Gallery. Sunday, January 27 9:OO am Process ThoughtbAesthet- ics Conference continues at VST. 7:30 pm Worship at Vancouver School of 'Theology, Chapel of the Epiphany. B:30 pm Illustration of Charles Ives. " Marnie Dilling. SUB Art Gallery. Monday, January 28 12:30 pm Dennis Larson. Music. Page 8 THE U:BYSSEY Thursday, January 24,1980 3 ” From page 2 Clarke said Crosbie’s budget provided Peter Pearse called Clarke “lacklustre” He said the proposed Conservative relief for lower and middle income people, Clarke replied: “It just shows he doesn’t budget directly addresses student employ- pay even wheri the Conservatives had to one have any judgement.” ment and contains incentives to stimulate dollar of every five in government revenues Clarke is a former UBC undergraduate permanent employment in the private sec- to pay for the accumulated deficit of who left beforegraduation to become a tor, especially for “young people.” Past Liberal rule. charteredaccountant in downtown Van- federal local initiatives programs and Op- Old Liberals and NDPers are still running couver. ponhnitiesfor Youth only plans give theCanadian Broadcasting Corporation Clarke’s “blind opposition” is newly- studentsshort-term gain, he said. “I’ve the and Canadian Radio and Telecom- nominated Liberal candidate Peter Pearse, always favored permanence.” munications Commission, one listener told who says he thinks Vancouver-Quadra Clarke. “Bureaucracy hasto carry on,” vote patterns, with an additional 3,000 stu- For the “old folks,” Clarke says no ‘said Clarke. “But many resignations will be dent voters this election, indicate a good specific Conservative policy has been forthcoming.” change for a Liberal victory. A member of outlined for old age security supplements, On capital punishment, Clarke said: “I the Economic Council of Canada, Pearse is but the party has a responsible attitude think it’s a necessary part of our a UBC board ofgovernors member, a UBC towards the plight of senior citizens. jurisprudence. I supported the bill twice on alumnus and currently economics professor “We service pensioners and widows of capital punishment.” on leave. pensioners,” he said. “We’ve removed the On gay rights: “I’m all in favor of it.” NDP candidate Alan Bush, 38, was a inequities between thetreatment of First Clarke denied again accusations that he Simon Fraser University student and is cur- and Second World War veterans. Our pro- was Mr. Invisible. “That’s absolutely un- rently a social worker with the Collingwood posed tax credit would have helped the old true. It’s a figment of the Liberal imagina- community cart team. This is his fifth elec- folks, even the ones in homes.” tion.” When told that his Liberal opponent tion as an NDP candidate. CLARKE . . . no Joe, but still a Who? J t SFU accepts engineering program UBC’s engineering faculty might find itself competing with Simon national average of 4,000 engineer- ing students per province. Fraser University students. SFU’s Calvert added the SFU program senate recently gave approval in might attract as many as 1.OOO principle tothe establishment of engineering students over the next undergraduate and graduate degree five years. programs in engineering at the He also said theproposedpro- university. gram still needs the approval of the - SFU is considering establishing Universities Council of B.C. and if an engineering program because approved would be eligible for fun- B.C. is graduating a disproportion- ding over a five-year period. “TO- ately low number of engineers com- day when governments are very pared to the rest of Canada, anSFU conscious of budgets, it is difficult spokesman said Wednesday. to get funding. You have to make a “There is a healthy demandin- very strong case indeed, but we be- deed for engineers in B.C. and a lieve that the case is a very strong healthy immigration of engineers to one,” Calvert said. B.C. fromother provinces,” SFU If the council approves the pro- engineering committeechairTom gram, it might be in limited opera- Calvert said Wednesday.“We tion by December, Calvert said. He ought to be providing educational added that an engineering program opportunities for people in B.C. director will soon be appointed. Engineering programs provide a “We believe it is important to get resource which makes it more at- at least a modest graduate program - stuatt d w photo tractive for high technology and going as well as research and under- PERFORMiNG STUDENT entertains bird during research project conducted outside SUB Wednesday. Pigeon secondary industry to locate in graduate programs.” report on studentbody shows mark+ capability for bafflegab intake, provided break for homemade lunch is avail- B.C.” Calvert said proposed areas of able. Avoiding rain and food services seem main object in life, bird stated, while favorite pastime was obviously Calvert said he believes an- specialization include telecommuni- voting. engineering program at SFU will of- cations, energy and materials, in- - fer “new and wider educational dustrial systems and engineering in Park forum set for tonight in SUB opportunities to the population.” But a UBC spokesman said extreme environments. There might be some public reac- tion to the proposed program, Cal- UBC’s engineering faculty is Members of the Point Grey com- He said members of the Society for because we keep getting this line vert said. “I guess that there is some munity will finally have a chance to Pollution and Environmental Con- them only about being for already handling the province’s de- trepidation seeing some of the an- mand for educationin that field. tics that UBC engineers get involved meet with planners of UBC’s pro- trol, the University Endowment students,” said Lund. Lands tenants’ association and “We don’t have enrolment limita- in.” 58-acre posed research park added He that the UBC ad- tonight. UEL ratepayers’ association are ex- ministration should organize fur- tions at UBC,” Erich Vogt, vice- UBC administration president pected to attend the forum. Doug Kenny and Don Larsen, But Lund said tonight’s meeting ther meetings. The board of gover- nors chair has already indicated an president in charge of faculty and student affairs, said Wednesday. Oops, again ~ managing director of Discovery is the last forum the student conducting in interest such “The UBC (engineering) faculty In theJan. 18 issue of The Parks, Inc., will be on the firing line representatiye assembly’s research meetings, said Lund. is clearly trying to serve all students Ubyssey, photos of two visiting as environmental and community park committee will organize. He He said students are concerned in the province who want to take speakers were erroneously inter- groupsquestion the location and said Kenny’s .recent refusal to at- with the enforcement and standards engineering, and I think we have a changed. Vancouver gay leader safety of the park at a public forum tend a public forum off-campus of health and safety regulations im- strong program,” Vogt said. Doug Sanders was pictured on page in SUB. was the reason for the committee’s posed on companies operating But Calvert said that current one asIranian visitor JimPrior. “The meeting is to bring the at- decision. within the park and added that enrolment in UBC’s engineering Thephoto of Prior, in turn, was tention of the public to this park,” “We are not going to attempt to public hearings are needed to settle program, the only one in B.C., is Sanders’ identified as on page said forum organizer Marty Lund. arrange any more public meetings this question. only about 1,500, less than half the three. Sorry about that folks. GIobe goof elects Grits By PETER MENYASZ Domagala said she thoughtthepaper caught the “Stop the presses!” shouted the editors of mistake before too many copies reached the streets. “I Toronto’s Globe and Mail newspaper. But that wasn’t believe it was only in the first edition sales,” she said. enough. But she also said the first edition is distributed in Tor- They had to call in the Ontario Provincial Police. onto andshipped across the country. All major centres I The circulation department was forced to stall the car- west of Winnipeg and in the Maritimes received the riers. The Globe and Mail’s switchboard answered edition complete with faux pas. queries with polite evasions. One Globe and Mail source is reported to have said It was not the result of an earth-shattering event. the Ontario Provincial Police were called in to stop a The Soviet Union andthe U.S. are still at peace. truck from delivering copies of the flawed edition to An embarrassing mistake sent the paper into a Ottawa. The source said Globe and Mail carriers were panic. told the truck was “stuck at Silver Lake,” half-way be- “Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau says . . .” begins a tween Toronto and Ottawa, and would not arrive in front page story in Wednesday’s first edition of the time for normal delivery. Globe and Mail. Displaying amazing precognitive And the Globe and Mail’s switchboard told callers powers or simply a disregard for the facts, the paper’s copies of the paper could not be found. editors gave Pierre Trudeau the prime minister’s title a Domagala said that “surprisingly enough”there month before the election. have been few calls complaining about the error. “It was just an error,” said Globe and Mail em- Trudeau might be flattered by the slip, and prime ployee Gwen Domagala. “It’s just one of those things. minister Joe Clark might be a little miffed, but NDP It’s so easy for that sort of thing to happen after Tru- Ed Broadbent is likely offended most. He is the only deau was in office for so long.” major leader not accorded the title in the story.