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    VOLUME XXXVIII
                                         T1~~ tT8 YSSZ Y                      VANCOUVER, B.C ., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1955                                                    Price 5c;                                No . 49




    McGill Secedes From N C U S
    SECOND SLAT E                                                                                                                                            Federation Labelle d
        More Promises                                                                                                                                        Useless ' At Meeting
                                                                                                                                                           MONTREAL-(SCUP)-McGill University has withdraw n


        By Candidate s                                                                                                                                 from the National Federation of Canadian University Students
                                                                                                                                                       by a vote of 293 to 238 at a general students ' meeting .
                                                                                                                                                         The meeting was called as a si p
       Continuing with its serie s      tion, even though its aim s                                                                                    result of a student petition cir-     tweets classes
    of interviews to determine th e     might often conflict with the                                                                                  culated by two ex-presidents of
    positions of the various can-
    didates on the issues which
                                        athletic point of view . I'm in
                                        favour of a balance bein g
                                                                                                                                                       the McGill student union, Ji m
                                                                                                                                                       Robbins, '54 and Mel Ross, '53 .     Pool Roof Question '
    most affect the Alma Mete r         maintained between the phy-                                                                                      The 531 students who attend-
    Society, the Ubyssey this wee k
    interviewed all second-slat e
                                        sical and intellectual develop-
                                        ment of the Students at th e
                                                                                                                                                       ed that special general meetin g
                                                                                                                                                       were told by Robbins and Ros s
                                                                                                                                                                                            To Be Aired today
                                                                                                                                                                                             PARLIAMENTARY FORUM
    four candidates for the posi-       University .                                                                                                   that NFCUS is a "useless" or- three-way debate scheduled for
    tions of First Member at Larg e     Would you work fo r                                                                                            ganization .                       today at noon in Arts 100 .
    and Men's Athletic Associa-                                                                                                                           McGill has an enrollment o f Question of the hour will b
    tion President, The results of      changes in the AM S                                                                                            more than 5000 students, bu t given a new twist when de-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          e
    these interviews are given be -     General Meetings i n                                                                                           only' 300 students are required bators Dick Underhill, Ken
                                                                                                                                                       to make a quorum at a genera l O'Shea and Bill Tracy discus s
    low .                               respect to petitions
       Hutchison and Mundt . ar e                                                                                                                      meeting .                          the pros and cons of "Shoul d
    contending for the MAA Pre-         and quorum regula -                                                                                               "It is miguided benevolence the Pool be Roofed? "
              McLean and Green-         Mons ?                                                                                                         to support an organization tha t
    berg are running for First              PHIL GREENBERG : I'll g o                                                                                  has spent 85 percent of it s         JAllSOC presents the Can?
    Member-At-Large ,                    along with the rest of the can-                                                                               budget on conferences and ex- pus Coolster rhythm section
                                         didates in advocating an in -                                                                                 ecutive salaries and only thre e with Jimmy Johnson on Alt o
    Do you favour con-                   crease in the number of peti-                                                                                 percent on projects," said Rob- Sax blowing in the Brock Stel e
                                                                                                                                                       bins in moving the withdrawa l room at noon today .
    tinued ' student patti-              tions required to call a Gen -
                                                                                                                                                       motion .
                                         era] Meeting . I would sugges t                                                                                                                                  JF . sF
    cipation in the Build -              an increase to two or thre e                                                                                     Reported John Fraser, edito r     THE UBC FILM SOCIET Y
         Program?                        hundred signatures .                                                                                          of The McGill Daily, which ha s presents two Charlie Chaplin
           IL GREENBERG : I mos t           BOB HUTCHISON : I don' t                                                                                   taken a critical stand agains t comedies, "Easy Street" and
    certainly do . After the gym-        think there is any issue wor-                                                                                 NFCUS : "The general attitud e "THE Fireman," today noon in
    nasl ::m is paid for within th e     thy of a General Meetin g                                                                                     on the campus was that NFCU S the Aud . Also showing, Alai -
    next two years, we shoul d           which would not merit a, pet-                                                                                 had done nothing in the plait an d tale Sim and Margaret Author-
    start on a Student Unio n            ition of 500 signatures .                                                                                     was not likely to do anythin g form in "The Happiest Days.
    Building, or at the very least ,        BOB McLEAN : I would ad-                                                                                   in the future . "                  of Your Life," today at 3 :45, 8
    an addition to the presen t          vocate increasing the numbe r                                                                                   The McGill withdrawal wil l and 8:15 in the Aud .
    Brock Haji .                         of signatures required to cal l                                                                               likely leave McGill as the onl y                    tit
       BOB HUTCHISON : Student s         a General Meeting from 10 0                                                                                   large Canadian university no t       WOMEN'S UNDERGRADU -
    have given thletics an enor-         to 300 . Any issue meriting th e                                                                              in NFCUS .                         ate Society . There will be a
    mous shot in the arm with            $100 expenditure should b e                                                                                      The Federation was rejoine d practice for all models in th e
    their contributions to athletic      worth easily 300 signatures -                                                                                 last week by the University of W.U.S. Fashion Show on Wed-
    facilities in recent years, bu t     worth of interest .                                                                                           Toronto, and UBC students ar e nesday, Feb . 16 at 3 :30 p .m.
    there's no reason why the pro-          GORDON MUNDLE : Mor e                                                                                      expected to vote in favor of pay - in Dome CC 100 .
    cess should stop when th e           publicity for the Genera l                                                                                    ing 50 cents each to rejoin a t              4F     4<   0A
                                                                              THE CUT-RATE casanova at the left is bidding for ' ht e                  a general meeting this spring .
    Gymnasium — and presum-              Meeting is definitely indicat-                                                                                                                      JR. A.I.C. - B.C.I.A. presents
    ably the pool—are paid for .         ed, and at present, the Pe p         charms of the fetchingly clad young lady at right . Reason ?                                                  Mr . Fred Maurer speaking on
                                                                              The rugger people are holding a Pep Meet to raise som e                                                       "Opportunities in the Colonia l
                                                                                                                                                       Underhil l
       BOB McLEAN : Yes . There          Club is the best medium we
    is a definite need now for in -      have for publicizing the meet-       money to get their boys out of town, and a mysteriou s                                                        Service" and illustrating his
    creased student facilities now ,     ings .                               co-ed auction is one of the attractions . Wednesday noon                                                      talk with slides of Nigeria ,
    and when. the predicted en-
    rollment increase occurs, th e
    situation will become eve n
                                            I think the petition need no t
                                        ,require any more than + 10 0
                                        names .
                                                                              in the AUditorium. Price 25c, with a jazz band too.
                                                                                                                                                       Criticizes                           noon 18, in Aggie 100 .
                                                                                                                                                                                                        I
                                                                                                                                                                                               FOREST CLUB presents Mr .
    more acute .
                                        Have you any spacia l                THREE OBJECT                                                                AMS president Dick Under -         Van Perry, managing editor o f
                                                                                                                                                                                            the 'B .C. Lumber-man' to spea k
       GORDIE MUNDLE : I woul d                                                                                                                        hill Monday night denounce d
                                        projects you would                                                                                                                                  on "Public Relations for For-
                                                                                  Faculty 'Riot ' Action
    like to see this programme                                                                                                                         the McGill withdrawal as a
    carried on . If we should com-      work for, when elect-                                                                                          breach of faith .                    esters," noon today in FG 100.
     plete payments on our build-                                                                                                                         He told Student Councillors :                    4
                                        ed ?                                                                                                                                                  VARSITY CHRISTIAN FEL -
                                                                                  Rapped By Councillor s                                               "The action was contrary to th e
    ing even then we should con-
                                           PHIL GREENBERG : As a
     tinue to build up some rev-                                                                                                                       commitments of their delegate s      lowship will invite Mr . G . Gar -
                                        matter of fact, I have three o f
    enue to cover the initial cos t                                                                                                                    at the NFCUS conference in th e      nett to speak on "Christ an d
    at least of any new plan or t o     them . First, I would work fo r                                                                                fall .                               the World of Business ." All
                                                                                            By VALERIE HAIG-BROWN
     overcome a catastrophe, simi-      a united appeal in campu s                                                                                        "It was an extremely unwis e      welcome, noon Wed . 16, i n
                                        charity drives . There are too           Criticism of Faculty Council's action against four UB C
     lar to that of the Brock Fire .                                                                                                                   move, and puts McGill in a poo r     Physics 201 .
                                        many now, and they are op-           students involved in the engineering "riots" last month cam e             light ."                                        3        4~
    Do you favour re -                  erating at cross-purposes . Sec-     from Student Council members Monday night .                                  Underhill said the stand o f         SOCI1yTY OF MICRCBIOL-
    entry into NFCUS a t                ondly, I would like to for m
                                                                                                              Councillors felt that it wa s            the McGill delegates at th e          ogists to show two films noon
                                        a facilities committee, to in-                                                                                                                       Feb. 16, in Wesbrook 201 .
    50c per student ?                   vestigate re-allocation of ex-
                                                                                                            unjust of Faculty Council t o              NFCUS conference was subse-
       PHIL GREENBERG: If w e                                                                               take the matter out of Suden t             cently affirmed by the Mon-
                                        isting club-rooms . Some ar e                                       Court when it had merely fine d            treal university's student coun-       DISTINGUISHED SCHOLA R
    are going to pay $3,000 just
                                        used very little now, and som e                                     the offenders $5 .                         cil . "Now an anti-NFCUS fac-        Dr. Ernest Scheyer of Wayn e
    to send two NFCUS represen-
                                        clubs needs them, and can' t                                                                                   tion has arisen and the decisio n    University, Detroit, will give
    tatives to Toronto, I'm defin-                                     d                                      Danny Goldsmith asked whe-
    itely against it . But . should     get them . And thirdly, I woul                                                                                 has been reversed .                  a lecture noon today in Physics
                                        work for a bigger and bette r                                       ther there would have been a
    NFCUS demonstrate its alleg-                                                                            proper investigation if these stu-            "Their delegates should hav e     202 on the topic "The Horroi
    ed worth to the students i n        ter Homecomin g .
                                                                                                            melts had been expelled . "Stu-            gone to the NFCUS conference         Vaccui Principle in Carving s
                                           BOB 'HUTCHISON :          Thi s                                                                                                                  of the Pacific" for the benefi t
    the material form of scholar -                                                                          dent Court seems merely to act             with the full backing of student s
                                        summer, I would      like to se e                                                                              and their student council," said     of the Visual Arts Club an d
    ships and exchanges, I would                                                                            as an investigating committee fo r
                                        UBC's Rowing Crew get t o                                                                                      Underhill .                          Anthropology students .
    be in favor of it .                                                                                     Faculty Councc4l ."
       BOB HUTCHISON :          I'v e    the Henley Regatta in Eng-
                                        land . The students will be ask-
                                                                                                                   Bob Brady felt that "Facult y
    never had it explained to m e
                                        ed, at the next General Meet-                                            Council went over the heads of
    fully, but they'll have to con-
                                         ing, to vote $3,000 of the AM S                                         Student Court ."
    vince me before I advocat e
    the 50c expenditure                  budget surplus to the crew .                                            FINES
       BOB McLEAN :           Ther e       BOB McLEAN : I'd like t o
                                                                                                                     Brady noted that Studen t
    should be some union bindin g       see the alumni get a better ,
                                        more sincere welcome at nex t
                                                                                                                 Court had recommended th e
    all Canadian Universities . I                                                                                fines although they had the po-
    feel that NFCUS with its pre -      year's Homecoming . Also, I
                                                                                                                 wer to recommend expulsion o r
    sent organizational structur e       would work for an East-Wes t
                                                                                                                 suspension .
    is best equipped to cement thi s    Football and - or Basketbal l
                                         game as a part of Homecom -                                                 Ron Bray said that " Facult y
     bond . For UBC to again re -                                                                                Council did not appear to sup -
    fuse participation in an organ-     ing .                                 RAVEN - HAIRED          Albert a   port the Court . In the sam e
     ization offering such worth -         I would use any influenc e         beauty Sheila Swinarton wa s       breath they agree with and g o
    while opportunities to ever y       I had to give an added impet-         elected 1955 Sweetheart of         beyond the Court's decision .
    student would be a grave mis-       us to student Housing projects .      Sigma Chi at the Swceiheer t       These two stands cannot be jus-
     take .                             GORDIE MUNDLE :                       Ball Friday night . Sheila, wh o   t ified . "
        GORDIE MUNDLE : I heart-           I would like to advocate a n       is in 3rd' year Arts, was th e
     ily endorse the priciple of a           Continued on Page 3              Gamma Phi Beta candidate           DECISIO N
     Canadian University Federa-              SEE "PLATFORM "                 for the title .                         Council President Dick Un -
                                                                                                                 derhill stated that "Facult y
     OPEN HOUSE GUIDES WANTE D                                                                                   Council wished to leave the de-
                                                                                                                 cision up to Student Court, bu t
                                                                                                                 s a e, the court could find n o

         Help Find Lost Kids, Dog s                                                                              informants they felt that the y
                                                                                                                 should take the matter into thei r
                                                                                                                 own hands . "
        UBC needs about 800 stu-         dogs, and stray livestock, traf-     cntativc.
     dents to show off the univer-       fic manager Al Thackery al-            St(.idcCl tS IlItCr( .'ted i n       Underhill said that "Council-
     sity to an estimated 50,00 0        leges .                              "playing host " at their Ope n     lors should put themselves i n
     visitors during Open Hous e            Guide captains will explai n      House are asked to attend a        Faculty Council's position . "I t
     Day, March 5 .                      the guide set up and outlin e        meeting in the Auditorium e n      was fairly obvious that the stu-
       These student guides will b e     specific duties .                    Friday, Feb . 25 .                 cicnts concerned knew more tha n
     stationed at display areas ar-         Students must fill out the,         Information required includ-     they told ."
     ound the campus, and will b e       guide forms to be obtaine d          es name, address, telephon e           Underhill concluded with th e
     available to visitors for infor-    and returned to the Ope n            number, Faculty and shift pre-     statement "the student Court di d        ENGINEERS Ed Jakeman anal Ferd Nordstrool bleed hap-
     mation about the universit y        llousc Committee offices i n         ference of potential guide .       an honest job and there is n o           pily in an attempt to boost the Engineer's total ove r
                                         the Double Committee Room ,          Shifts run in two and a hal l       ideal solution . We will continu e
     and the location, of exhibils .
                                                                                                                  to improve Student Court an d           Forestry in the current blood drive . Wednesday is th e
       They will also be responsibl e    South Brock, or to their un-         hour periods from ten In th e
                                                                              morning until ten at night .        thus gain further autonomy ."           final day to donate blood,        —Denis Maze Phot o
     for collecting lust children,       dergraduate societies repres -




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         THZ UI YSSZY                                                            AUSTRALIAN STUDENT TELLS OF CAMPUS LIF E
               MEMBER, CANADIAN UNIVERSITY PRESS
         Authorized as second class mail, Post Office Dept ., Ottawa .
    Mail subscriptions $2 .50 per year . Published in Vancouver through -
    out the university year by the Student Publica ti ons Board of th e
                                                                                        Horse Elected, Co-ed Drowne d
                                                                                     Miss Burns, Arts and Soc-          pink parson, that he encour-         and is the official body fo r      fairly similar underneath, des-
    Alma Mater Society, University of British Columbia . Editoria l                ial graduate from Sydne y            aged Catholic girls to go ou t       negotiation with the Govern-
    opinions expressed herein are those of the editorial staff of Th e                                                                                                                          pite Melbourne' urban it y ,
                                                                                   University, on her wa y              with bohemian left-wingers ,         ment on issues like Nationa l
    Ubyeedy, and not necessarily those of the Alma Mater Society o r                                                                                                                            Perth's isolation, New Eng-
                                                                                   through Vancouver to holi-           and that in the process man y       Service. Training, and the
    the University . Business and advertising telephones are Alma 123 0            day and do research in th e                                                                                  land's infantilism, and Syd-
          or Alma 1231 . Advertising Manager is Geoff Conway .                                                          of them met a fate worse tha n      granting of special scholar -
                                                                                   United States . Has been stu-        death .                             Alps . Nearly 52 percent o f        ney's infamy . From what I'v e
                 EDITOR•IN"CHIEF—PETER SYPNOWIC H                                  dent politician, debate r,                                               Australian university stu-          seen of The Ubyssey office, yo u
     Managing Editor—Ray Logie                 News Editor—Rod Smith                                                        Eventually it was decided b y
    CUP Editor—Jean Whiteside                  Sports Editor—1Cen Lam b            spoftswoman, and journalist .        The Authorities that he hadn' t     dents are on governmen t            people seem almost human too .
    Copy Editor—Stanley Beck            Executive Editor—Geoff Conwa y                                                  really been quite so naught y       scholarships.
                                                                                           By MARIE BURN S
                      Senior Editor—PAT RUSSELL                                                                         as them boy politicians suggest-       These were largely set up '
                                                                                       I once heard the two old En-     ed, but it was quite a strenuou s   through the negotiations of
    Reporters : Sandy Ross, Margo Hutton-Potts, Valerie Haig•Brown ,               glish universities, Oxford an d      few weeks .                         the National Union . Its less
    Sylvia Shanthouse .                                                            Cambridge described as th e               Private tastes, personal       known activities include a
        Sports : Bob Bergen, Peter Worthington, Nell Macdonald .                   Gog and Magog of British edu-         morals, and public politic s       scholarship for sending ab-
                                                              _jre .n.r .re .
                                                                                   cation . People said that yo u        are all ysist for the mill i n     (riyinal students to univers-
                                                                                   couldn't consider one, withou t       Sydney. After all, it pays ,       ity and an attempt to set u p
                                                                                   thinking about the other a s

     We'll Wai t                                                                                                          the present Leader of the Op -    a nation-wide student healt h
                                                                                   well.                                 position in Federal Parlia-        scheme.
                                                                                   , If Cambridge was roast beef ,       ment is a Sydney graduate ,
                                                                                   slightly underdone, then Ox -                                             Adelaide University is a pret-
                                                                                                                         and emoditor of one of th e       ty quiet place, and its archi-
        Criticism to date of the Provincial Government's way o f                   ford was champagne and I wis h
                                                                                                                          literary magain*s .              tecture and behaviour are im-
                                                                                   we had caviar as well.
    providing for U,BC 's. building program has been little mor e                                                            Of course, the average ru n   peccable, except for the re-
                                                                                       One was tweedy, the othe r
    than political heel-snapping at the party in power .                                                                  of students don't fake thei r    grettable drowning of a freshe r
                                                                                   a theatrical backdrop . . . an d
                                                                                   so it went on , . . they were         polities quite so seriously .     during an iniation ceremon y
        Reasonable criticism of the government's plans can be                                                               About June, 1954 there wa s some two years ago .
                                                                                   supposed to complement eac h
    made only after the bills concerning UBC are placed before                     other.                               a by-election for the Student s       This last effort brought t o
    the Legislature, when the government's exact plans will b e                        To a certain extent this is      Representative Council (here . the surface once again the na-
    known .                                   .                                    true of the A ustralian univer-      Matter called the S .R,C .)        tion-wide antagonism of th e
                                                                                   sities. There are universities i n       Science nominated a gentle .   newspapers to the universities .
        Such critcism would seek satsifactory answers to these                     Sydney, New South Wales ;            man called Nigel Conrad, a Iniatlon ceremonies all ove r
    questions :                                                                    Brisbane, Queensland ; Mel-          student to Geology III . Mr . the continent were exposed .
                                                                                   bourne, Victoria ; Adelaide ,        Conrad 'had already written a Now some of these reall y
         Will the endowment lands be utilized with a long-ter m                    South Australia, and Perth i n       few letters to Honi Solt tha t aren't too bad.
    viewpoint, or will their value be quickly frittered away for                   Western Australia .                  year, and his name was known .         For three years I was a
    the short-term advantage of the Social Credit party ?                               There are also a few other s    He was elected by a ove r           College resident . All the Aus-
                                                                                     in Now South Wiles which ,         whelming majority .                 tralian universities h a v e
        Will the endowment lands provide X10 million in 10 years                     as a Sydney University sh e            At that stage I was edito r     some colleges, usually tw o
    without such a dissipation? And if they won't, will the gov-                     dent, I prefer not to recog-       of Honi Solt, and I heard a         women's colleges, and abou t
                                                                                      nise, There Is the University     rumour on the grapevine tha t       four men's and are run by                  DAVE ANSLO W
    ernment give UBC its promised $10 million out of genera l
                                                                                     of New England, a college of       there was domething quee r          the various churches. In al l
    revenues ?
                                                                                     Sydney uetil only last year;       about Nigel .                       these iniation ceremonies
                                                                                     the national University i n                                            flourish . Throughout th e           andhemayholdth.k y
        Will the University's request for additional campus acre -                                                          Eventually I found that there
                                                                                      Canberra, which is entirel y      was a girl in Science III, wh o     year freshers must wait o n                to you r
    age be granted, or will it be .turned down in order to realize
                                                                                     postgraduate, and a thin g         owned a horse called Nigel .        tables, answer doors and
    a greater return on the endowment' lands ?                                       called the University of           Nigel had been enrolled, hi s       telephones, and generally be         FUTURE FINANCIAL
                                                                                     Technology, which is a sor t       fees paid, his essays written ,     respectful, even when calle d
       Beyond this, however, little criticism of the govenr-
                                                                                     of grown up Technical Col -        and his practical work com-         out of bed to make supper                   .SUCCESS I
    ment's plans can be made at this time .                                          leg*.                              pleted for the entire thre e        for a senior.
         Admittedly, using the endowment lands to finance UBC's                        Of these, the two most im-       years . As a final gesture h e        The mass of students wh o
                                                                                   portant are Sydney and Mel-          had been elected to the S .R.C . live out of college are ofte n
    building program is a handy way to take care of an obliga-                     bourne . Sydney, the oldest, is                                                                                     call or writs
                                                                                                                        That austere body was no w anti the system . At one tim e
    tion without it showing up in the provincial debt .                            a fascinating, and rather hor-       made up of seven women, 1 9 Honi Soit office was besiege d                   DAVE ANSLOW
         And admittedy, the University would be better off i t                     rible mixture of architectura l      men, and one horse .               for several hours by some fou r      597 Burrard        MA. 7384
    It had a $10 million grant in addition to whatever revenu e                    styles, students, and politica l        The election was hastily de- hundred outraged collegians
                                                                                  'factions .                           clared invalid . After all, a rep- when a deprecatory article ap-                  RepresMtAeg
    the endowment lands might provide .                                                In Sydney, politics are a dis-                                                                                    NIW YORK LIN
                                                                                                                        resentative has to .be of either peared in the paper.                          *NiURANCR COMPANY
         But reference to a "nest egg to develop the University "                  ease . They are based on per-        male or female students.             The various universities are
    is political double-talk . " Develop the University" is exactl y               sonalities rather than issues ,          In Melbourne, a city of ear- -                                         —      ---       ---- -
    what the government now proposes to do .                                       because, after all, personalit-      nest endeavour, politics are
         There can be no complaint as long as the Provincia l                      ies are so much more interest-       taken more seriously, in th e
                                                                                   ing.                                 sense that people don't jok e
    Government lives up to its financial obligations to support                        An aura of mud slinging fill s   about them, and patties, rathe r
    the University . If governm pht critics feel UBC needs eve n                   the political air .                  than personalities are th e
    more money—and it certainly does—then they should plainl y                         I remember reading in ol d       main issues .
    say so .                                                                       flies of Honi Soit, our weekl y         Here is located the head of-
              sr.
                                                                                   newspaper, that shortly after        fice of the National Union o f
                                                                                   the war, in about 1948, a reli-      Australian University students ,
                                                                                   gious group known as the New -            This body sponsors inter-

               (01t1f 6t/ Aland                                                    man Society began to take con-
                                                                                   trol of Faculty societies, th e
                                                                                   Students' Representative Com e
                                                                                                                         Varsity debating and dram a
                                                                                                                         festivals, an annual congress ,

                                                                                   ell, aid also a lloni Soit . It i
                                           Reply to Mr . Fiel d                    grew up opposing the Labou r
     Editor, The Ubyssey :                     Editor, The Ubyssey :               Club, which had just been ex-
        In a-recent editorial, entitl-         I'd like to suggest to Mr . K .     pelled from the Australian La-
     ed "Rights and Lefts," yo u           C . Field who in the last issu e        bour Party on the grounds tha t
     state :                               of the Ubyssey upheld frater-           it was Communist .
                                           nities, Christians, and th e                Unfortunately, it didn't sta y                TODAY
        "Two of Vancouver's lead-          Council that he take a course i n      quite on that basis.                              3:45, MOO, 9 :1 5
                                                                                                                                                              Telephone or write now to the Secretary , of The Institut e
      ing columnists have express-         logic and possibly English                   Displaying a virtuosit y           ALASTAIR SI M
      ed Identical sentiments tha t        composition .                             worthy of Senator McCar-                                                 of Chartered Accountants of B .C ., and ask for details o f
                                              To clear the ground, I do no t         thy, the Newman group wen t         MARGARET PVTNEAFORI
      graphically point up a danger-                                                                                                                               new 13,Couhm-C,A . Plan .
                                           regard fraternities as the epi-           to work on the proposal tha t
      ous state of mind prevalent o n      tome of evil, and willingly con -         an observer should be sen t
      the Western side of the Iro n        cede that the reason they ar e            to a student congress to be
      Curtain . Both Harold Wei r          able to run campus politics i s           be held in Peking . Nobod y                                                                W)2 Stock Exchange Buildin g
      and Elmore Philpott are ad-          due to mass apathy on our part .          was ,really interested . but
      mittedly leery, as are man y                                                                                          AUDITORIUM 35c
                                           I further believe that outsid e           one liberal young women                                                                                 . 326 4
      Canadians, of German re•ar-          farces cannot interfere i n               suggested that it might be a n       NOON SHOW TODA Y                                              PA
                                                                                                                         Charlie Chaplin Comedies
      mament, "                            changing religious discrimina-            idea to send lomeone, if th e           "EASY STREET"
       For the benefit of any o f          tion clauses in fraternity con-           money could be found, and              "THE FIREMAN "
                                           stitutions, regardless of ho w           called a general meeting .              AUDITORIUM 10c
    your readers who do not se e
    the Vancouver Sun, may I stat e        desirable this move may o r              The next issue of Honi Soi t
    that in numerous newspape r           may not be .                              came out with her photo o n
    articles, and also in my long-            What I do question in Mr .            the front page, and the head -
    est speech to date in the Hous e       Field's letter are his insinua-          line "Prostitutes for P e
    of Commons, I strongly sup .          tions . .By throwing in the wor d         king?"
    ported Germany's admission t o        Christian, which to him seem s              This Newman Group is a
    NATO, with the limited, con -         to be synonymous with ethical ,         branch of an Australia wid e
    trolled and integrated Getma n        Mr . Field receives divine sanc-        political movement called "Til e
    rearmament which that in-             tion and somehow goes on t o           Movement," of Catholic Action .
    volves .                              conclude that regardless o f           In Sydney University it be -
                                          whether council members be -            came a sort of Klu Klux Kla n
       At no time have I ever writ -      long to fraternities, they hav e        organisation, with secret mid -
     ten, as you state, that " . . .      dome a good job .                       night meetings, pass words ,
     many M .P,'s are afraid to ex -         I do not know how on e              well-documented files on poli-
    press their feelings on the sub-      judges whether a council mem-           tical personalities, and mor e
    ject too loudly because th e          ber has clone a good ,job, bu t        and more little boys playin g
    Communists are also oppose d          I should think that Jerom e             politics jumped on the band -
    to German re-armament . "             Angel and Danny Goldsmit h             wagon . It eventually collapse d
       Those M .P.'s who appose d         have done just . as fine a job a s     in 1953, but not until afte r
    German re-armament outrigh t          Mr . Field's ethical Christians .      quite a lot of people had ha d
    did so with gteal force an d          Unintentionally, I am sure, Mr .       fairly ruthless attacks made o n                             He's a "heavy" in the play ,
    clarity, notwithstanding th e        Field has made all Christians ,         their integrity .
                                         councillors, a n d fraternit y               A Catholic chaplain to th e                                        but short on time .
    fact that the whole Common . .
    ist world propaganda machin e        members appear as saints .              University, newly appointed ,
                                             I would like to pose tw o           tried to break the politica l                                   Busy students need quic k
    had been ordered into vigor -
                                         qW ebons to late Field :                group, and bring the Newma n
    outs action to prevent it .                                                                                                                         refreshment . That' s
                                             I . Just which concern doe s        Society hack to being purel y
       The issue of Getman re-arm-       have the largest circulation o f        religious in basis . IIe used to
    ament was fully debated an d                                                                                                               where Coca-Cola comes in .
                                         anti-Christian propaganda ?             mix pretty freely among al l
    decided in Canada's f'ariia •                 How do you define a            the contestants. both right an d
    meat on its merits, in spite nl'     ('Itrislian .'    someone who ati-      left wing .
    the energetic efforts of ;li e       cribes to the Thirty-nine Art-              He else forbade the use o f
    Communist propaganda ma -            icles er someone who is no t            the Soeiel ,v es a political instr n                                                                                             Including
    chine to confuse the issue ,         Jewish?                                 mend Within three months a                                                                                                     Federal Taxes
                  Elmore Philpott ,                       Anne Skelto n          runip1ainl had been Iodised a t
        M .P . for Vancouver South                     3rd Year Arts             Ilse Cathedral Mat he was              gate" l(d rybhr hede.nteiI                         c.ia                  COCA-COLA LTD.
	




     Tuesday, February . 15, 1955                                                                          TIE       . uBYSSE'P                                                                                       .Page ,Thr,e




     SMASH EDITORS TO    B C Speake r ins a ate
     DISCUSS NM lcArIau Disc sae
          Yc oldc                s
                    ashDiscriminatio n
                 authors  of St
     UBC ' s unique magazine yet t o    UBC's John Spencer carrie d         doubts in the minds of the Am- slowe was third in the one ma n
      make its appearance on cam- !off first place in the oratory sec -     ericans.                          debating.
      pus this year, will hold a Ilion of the Evergreen Confer-                Spencer teamed with Harvey The team was coached b y
     smashing tete-a-tete in th e ence Debating Tournament a t              Dyck and together with Nissen 1John Redekop, who said, "The y
     publications office nook a t Tacoma on Thursday, Friday ,              Goldham and Bill Marchak they did exceptionally well — th e
      1 :30 today .                   and Saturday of last week .           reached the quarter-finals in best for the size of the univer-
         All section editors will b e   220 participants from twent y       team debating on "United States sity and considering that the top -
     introduced to editors-in-chief s four Evergreen Conference col -       and Red China in the UN ."        ics were received only a wee k
     and the meeting should be jus t                                           On the same topic Peter Hen- I ago, "
     folly . Do come .


                                                                            Ontario Governmen t
    Australian Visitor s
    To Be UBC Host s                                                        Study NFCUS Grant s
       UBC is playing host to tw o                                               TORONTO-(CUP)-Ontario MLA's have exiressed interest
    visitors from down under, Mr .                                           in a NFCUS program of increased government financial aid
    R . A . Hohnen, Registrar of th e                                                                               to students .
    Australian National University
    at Canberra, and Doctor A . G.
    Price, Master of St . Marks Col-
    lege, North Adelaide .
                                                                            Rebels                                    Meeting with seven member s
                                                                                                                   of the provincial legislature, a
                                                                                                                   NFCUS delegation presented a
                                                                                                                                                            DON HARRISON hits the Bonanza Jackpot as he .hugs'
       Mr. Hohnen is touring univer-
    sities in Canada and the Unite d                                        Attack                                 program of scholarship and bur-
                                                                                                                   sary involving an additional on e
                                                                                                                   and a half million dollars to the
                                                                                                                                                            oil-town gals Barbara Ridge and Gail Howell while prac-
    States.                                                                                                                                                 tising for the cuPrent Mussoc production, "Bonanza ." Show ,
       Both vistors arrived yester-
    day on the S.S. Orsova. Dr . Price
                                                                            Posters                                five hundred thousand dollars
                                                                                                                   now spent by the Ontario gov-
                                                                                                                                                            continues Wedneeilay at student prices, and 'Thursday an&
                                                                                                                                                            Friday at $1, $1 .25, and $1 .50 in the UBC Auditorium .
    will leave Tuesday. Mr . Hohnen                                            The most degrading action i n ernment on aid to university stu-                                                   —BRIAN THOMAS P HOTO 1
    will be touring the campus unti l          JOHN SPENCE R                                                       dents .
                                                                            UBC Council Elections was en -
                                                                            acted Friday evening when un- governments urged provincia l
    Friday                                                                                                             The brief
                                       leges and universities competed
                                       at College of Puget Sound . UBC
                                       team of seven placed in the corn-
                                       petition .
                                                                                                                                  to take the initia-
                                                                            known brigands systematically tive in the field of education ,
                                                                            tore down the campaign posters and pressed for immediate actio n
                                                                                                                                                         Firs! N!ghfers Fin d
                                                                             publicising candidate for First by the Ontario government o n
                                          John Spencer spoke on "Rac-
                                       ial Discrimination in South Af-
                                       rica" to win his trophy and o n
                                                                            Member At Large, Phil Green- scholarships .
                                                                            burg.                                     Delegates hope to meet wit h
                                                                                                                   Ontario premier Leslie Frost i n
                                                                                                                                                         Mussoc Show 'Ga y
                                                                                                                                                               A chorus of catchy new tunes and warm, lighthearted
                                       "American Foreign Policy" t o           Saturday morning the Build- an attempt to draw a new schol-
                                                                                                                                                          comedy burst forth in the UBC auditorium Monday night . '
                                       place second in the Impromt u        ings and Grounds Committee , arship policy .
                                                                                                                                                            The lively musical-comedy
                                       Debating .                           annoyed by the mess created b y           The Federal government rec-        "Bonanza" by Chester L . Lamb-           PLATFOR M
                                          Spencer remarked, when ask-       posters strewn over the lawn s ently rejected a NFCUS request                erton and James Richardson ,
                                                                            of the University, reported the for a program of federal ai d                                                        Continued from Page 1 ,
                                       ed why the Canadians didn't get                                                                                   made its Western Canadian de - increase in athletic facilit1ti s
                                       out from under the heel of th e      incident to Students' Council . costing five and a half millio n             but in the UBC Musical Socie- to better benefit the enrollOd
                                       British and appoint their ow n       Said Dick Underhill, Presiden t dollars .                                    ty's opening performance of students . By this I mean more
                                       Prime Minister, that he had bee n    of Council, "this is the most un-                                            their 27th annual presentation. playing fields or repair on t
                                       successful in clearing up any        gentlemanly act in a long time ."                                               Highlighted by numerous col- present ones and in generat,to
                                                                               Opposing candidate, Bob Mac-
                                                                            Lean, placed in a delicate posi-
                                                                                                                 WUS Study Tou r                         orful and impressive group give the student body the ,op-
                                                                                                                                                         numbers, the production main- portunity to compete in' 6n
               DR. JOHN B. ROSEBOROUGH                                      tion by the unsportemanly action
                                                                            of the unidentified rioters, offer-  To View Orient                          tained a lively pace and excel - evenly balanced athletic set-
                                                                                                                                                         lent team-work .
                  announces the opening of his offic e                      ed to refrain from continuing hi s Two UBC students will be se-                                                  up.
                                  at                                                                                                                        However, the clever lyrics o f
                                                                            own campaign until Greenbur g lected by the campus World Un-                 most of the songs were not just- Do you favour . anyr
                     2130 Western Parkway                                   could re-enter the competition iversity Service committee to                 ly presented due to brilliant bu t changes in the prat
                      (behind Bank of Commerce )                            on an even basis . He said Mon- attend an international semina r             overpowering orchestration un-                                      =
                     For the Practibe of Dentistry                          day, "It is unfortunate that a in Japan this summer on the                   der Harry Pryce .                   sent athletic set-upiO t
                                                                            distasteful incident like thi s theme : "Responsibility of High-                The story of a simple Albert a UBC ?
        Phone : Office AL . 3980          Residence AL. 3996-L              should mar any campaign ."             er Education."                        farming family who suddenl y
                                                                                                                                                         "struck it rich" with an oil well      BOB HUTCHISON : I would
                                                                                                                     The seminar is sporisored'joint •
                                                                                                                                                         in the "south pasture," was ac-     have more meetings of the
                                                                                                                   ly by the Japanese and Canad-
                                                                                                                                                         companied by humorous scrip t Men's Athletic Association, I n
           Relax on the Links th e                                                                                 ian Committees of World Uni-
                                                                                                                   versity Service . Co-directors are
                                                                                                                   Dr. G . H. Leveque, Dean of th e
                                                                                                                                                         and little but excellent choreo- order that it start to forpw-
                                                                                                                                                         graphy.                             late policy for MAC approval,
                                                                                                                   Faculty of Social Sciences, Lav-         Outstanding in the cast of 46 instead of approving policies
                   . . . .Inexpensive Wa y                                                                         al University and Dr . Tomoo
                                                                                                                   Maka, Dean of the Faculty o f
                                                                                                                                                         was Mervin Watson as the farm already formulated by MAC.
                                                                                                                                                         boy Larry Manning who finall y I want to make MAA the in-
                                                                                                                   Law, Tokyo University .               wins the pretty young Linda 1 cubator of new ideas on ath-
                                                                                                                      Any UBC students intereste d       Slater (Vivian Sabiston) fro m letics . The keynote of the
                                                                               Ideal starter set s                 in applying may contact a WU S        the clutches of the gold-diggin g whole operation should be clo-
                                                                                                                ;officer in their offices in Broc k      city slicker Ace Jackson, "croon- ser co-operation between th e
                                                                            (ladies' and men's ,                   Hall any clay at noon . Deadlin e     ingl" portrayed by Rick Co n two committees .
                                                                                                                ,I for applications is February 25 .     way .                              GORDIE MUNDLE :
                                                                      right and left hand).                                                                                                    I would like to see mor e
                                                                                                                                                                                            power in the hands of the
                                                                                                                                                                                            Men's Athletic Association
                                                                                                                                                                                            This council is the voice of
                                                                                                                                                                                            the athlete and is entitled ti e
                                                                                                                                                                                            more power . I don't mean a
                                                                                                                                                                                            dictatorship with regards .t o
                                                                                                                                                                                            M.A .A. and athletics, but stil t
                                                                                                                                                                                            going through the prope r
                                                                                                                                                                                            channels to gain student-vote d
                                                                                                                                                                                            support on all questions .



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      Swimmers Face Splashles s                                                                                                                                   OOH LA LA, YOICKS, YAHOO,


                                                                                                                                                                 AND ABSOL UTEL Y HOT DAM N




      Meet; Six Men Disqualified
                                                                                                                                                                      Civilization will find itself falling back a thousan d
                                                                                                                                                                  years Wednesday noon when the auditorium stage become s
                                                                                                                                                                   a dock where three beautous, ravishing, gorgeous, wonkler-
                                                                                                                                                                   f ul, stimualating, curvacious and totally acceptable fe-

              Ace Natators Rejected;''                                                                                                                             males will be auctioned off to the highest bidder.
                                                                                                                                                                      Setting wierd and ,Babylonic type orchestrations to


              Water-Team Swampe d
                                                                                                                                                                   match the fleshy atmosphere will be the Totem City Jaz z
                                                                                                                                                                   Band, who have promised to play music . Doug Haskins ,
                                                                                                                                                                   who some sign painter in the caf wants the world to kno w
              Swimming coach Max Howell issued a frantic call fo r
                                                                                                                                                                   is a comedian, will emcee the market scene and Pep Meet .
      swimmers Monday after six of his team members—half the
                                                                                                                                                                        Money raised, of course (it ' s going to cost you 25
      team—were barred from competition because of academic in -                                           Sports Editor—KEN LAM B
                                                                                                                                                                   cents) will help the ruggah team fly south .
      eligibility .

       The team faces a competition
      only two days from now, in
      addition to the Evergreen Co n
     ference swim meet March 5, for
                                                                                                                             Birds Defeat Rowers I n
     which the UBC swimmers have
     been training for the past si x
     months .
                                                                                                                             Exhibition Rugger Gam e
                                                                                                                                                 CHIEFS 14 - ROWERS 3
        "We've lost six of our bes t
     men," said Howell. "Unless the
     swimmers in the student bod y
                                                                                                                                               By PETE WORTHINGTO N
                                                                                                                               Last Saturday, rugger's Miller Cup champs challenged th e
                                                                                                                                                                                                       I BRAVES        Bow         OUT
                                                                                                                             McKeehnie Cup winners, and fell disasterously short of the
     come through, UBC will be                                                                                                                                                                          IN JUNIOR SEMIS
     sunk."                                                                                                                  mark . The blue and gold of Varsity outshone the red and whit e
                                                                                                                                                                 of Rowing Club 14-3 .                     Things were a little brighte r
        He asked that all interested I n
                                                                                                                                                                                                        for the second game of the Ju-
     swimming for the team attend                                                                                            Surpris e                             The game, played before 100           noir League semi-finals, from
     It practice tonight in the YMC A                                                                                                                            rain-soaked eccentrics, could b e       UBC's point of view, bu t
                                                                                                                                                                 summed up by saying that ther e         YMCA was still to strong fo r
     at 9 p .m.
                                                                                                                                                                 were just too many Birds o n            Gerry Kenyon's Braves . an d
        The team leaves for the Uni •                                                                                                                            the field doing the right thing         the Y won the series with a
                                                                                                                                Blurb s
     veratiy of Idaho Thursday nigh t                                                                                                                            at the right time . Rowing Clu b        62-46 victory .
     for a competition Friday an d                                                                                                                               played well ; Varsity played bet-          Braves' Ron Johnston Was
     Saturday with Idaho and Eastern
     Washington College of Educa-
                                                                                                                                Clobber                          ter . Whatever the Rowers at -
                                                                                                                                                                 tempted ; Varsity improved upon .
                                                                                                                                                                 HUNT HUR T
                                                                                                                                                                                                         high man with 16 points .
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Coach Kenyon, incidentally is
                                                                                                                                                                                                         reasonably confident the


                                                                                                                                Tom s
     tion .
                                                                                                                                                                                                         tough Y club will beat Mar-
                                                                                                                                                                    A tragedy of the game wa s
        Howell said it is "imperative"                                                                                                                                                                   pole in the finals, and at an y

                                                                                                                                BLURBS8 27-TOMMIEB 30
                                                                                                                                                                 that Ted Hunt, UBC's never-
                                                                                                                                                                                                         rate will stretch the series t o
     that UBC's 12-man team be a t                                                                                                                               quitting scrum-half, limped from

                                                                                                                              'BRAVES - MERALOMAS
                                              IN ACCORD WITH the arrow-shooting tradition of Val-                                                                                                        a full three games .
     fullstrength for the Evergree n
                                              entine's Day, UBC archery enthusiasts began the intra-
                                                                                                                                                                  the field suffering probable tor n
     contest in Bellingham .                                                                                                                                     ligaments in his right knee . Hi s
                                              murals at noon yesterday . Contestants Lee Broostead an d                                                          first knee injury in all of hi s
       "If swimmers turn out for a            Xenia Goshko take stock            of the target range .                          They started out as a joke ;     years of competitive ski jump-
     try-out tonight, it will save th e                                                                                                                                                                     FRANCES MURPHY
                                                                                     —BRIAN THOMAS PHOT O                    a collecton of misfits to parod y   ing and rugger . How long h e
     day for small sport at U'BC," h e                                                                                       the game of rugger . Some joke .     will be disabled is not known .          DANCE SCHOO L
     said.
       The six swimmers were sus-
                                            SOCCE R                                                                          After four games, an initial           Since coming up to Birds, th e
                                                                                                                                                                 expression "As Hunt goes, so
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 BAyvtew 342 5
                                                                                                                             6-3 loss is their only blemish .
                                                                                                                                                                 go the Birds," has held fairl y              Private Instruction
     pended under the University' s
     freshman ineligibility rulin g
     which requires that team mem-
     bers in first year average a t
                                                   Rovers Lead s                                                             Saturday they disrespectfully
                                                                                                                             dumped Tomahawks 27-3 . Wh o
                                                                                                                             are they? Coryell ' s Blurbs, no
                                                                                                                                                                  true . Team success seems t o
                                                                                                                                                                 date from his arrival .
                                                                                                                                                                SET U P
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Rhumba - Tango - Samb a
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Fox Trot - Waltz . Jive
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Old Time
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Beginners - Brush U p
     least 55 percent in their Christ-
     mas examinations .
        We didn't even know th e
                                                   Birds To Ti e                                                             less ; American football ' s con-
                                                                                                                             tribution to Albert .
                                                                                                                                Tommles tried 'hard
                                                                                                                                                                  Hunt set up the first score
                                                                                                                                                                by recovering his own punt and
                                                                                                                                                           bu t breaking clear . He bobbled th e
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Advanced Course s
                                                                                                                                                                                                          If no answer CEdar 667 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Alma Hall, 3679 W. Broadway

     ruling existed," said Howell .                             VARSITY 3 - ROYAL OAKS 3                                     Thursday's gruelling 17-0 set- ball, and Donny Spence scoope d
     "Those amen were the best swim-                               LEGION 8 - CHIEFS 2                                       back to Braves deadened thei r it up and raced over the line .
     mers we had . "                                                                                                         thrust . That and a hard charg- "Big" Bob Morford converted
                                                                      By NEIL MACDONAL D                                     ing bunch of Blurbs who mak e for a 5-0 lead . Before half tim e
       tared from team competitio n
                                        Hustling all the way, Varsity's soccer squad drew with a                             enthusiasm replace their lac k "Toe" Morley dribbled over t o
     weer Don McClellan, Bob Bag-
                                    fast Royal Oaks club on Sunday while Chiefs came out on th e                             of technical experience .          make the count 8 .0 .
     shaw, Wayne Pretty, John Pur-
     dy, Don Pearson and Mike M c short end 8 to 2 in a game with North Burnaby Legion at Con -                              EAGLE FLIES AGAI N                   In the second half Dave-the -
     Allister .                     federate Park .                                                                                                             Toe took a 52 yard penalty sho t
                                                                                  —                                             Tries for Blurbs were by Pau l
                                                                                                                                                                which seemed to travel forever .
                                              Fleet Jerry Rogers saved th e                                                  La Pointe, Bob Homola, Ro n
       McClellan and Bagshaw hav e                                                                                                                              The longest bout of this season .
     respectively set three and fou r
     University swimming record s
     during tree past three weeks .
                                            day for Varsity by punching
                                            home his second goal with onl y
                                            minutes remaining to tic th e
                                                                                        JV's Clos e                          Stuart, Laurie Tuttle and two by
                                                                                                                             Bruce "Clutch" Eagle . Rober t
                                                                                                                                                                and Varsity lee! 11 . 0 .

                                                                                                                             Weinberg made three conver- STRUCK AGAI N
                                            game at 33,
                                              Bruce         Ashdown punched
                                            Varsity's first goal on a pas s
                                                                                        Season I n                           sions and a penalty for nin e
                                                                                                                             big points .
                                                                                                                                                                  Heaven-Sent Spence took ove r
                                                                                                                                                                scrunrhalf from the injure d
                                                                                                                                Too much hustle and fierc e I-Iunt, and, after a Rowing Clu b

     Hoopsters                                 n from Granvill e d a t Costa . Oak' s
                                           Sta McFadyen tied i up near
                                           the end of the first half . Varsit y
                                                                                        3rd Plac e                           tackling spelled the difference . score, dipsy-doodled throug h
                                                                                                                             Korea-vet Paul La Ponte, a n them all for his second try .
                                                                                                                             ex-member of the fair PPCLI , 14-3, and the game was over .

     Defeate d                              newcomer George Jack passe d
                                            to Jerry Rovers to put Varsit y
                                           one up early in the second half .
                                                                                           The Vancouver Senior A (? )
                                                                                        Men's League played itself ou t
                                                                                         Friday night, leaving Jayvee s
                                                                                                                             undoubtedly Canada's most il-        The on-again, off-again Iron -
                                                                                                                             lustrious regiment, has joine d Mike Chambers had his sock s
                                                                                                                             the Blurbs . Paul boxes, play s pulled up for this one . He ma y

     —Again                                LOST SPAR K
                                              Then some of the spark wen t
                                           out of the Birds as Stan McFad-
                                                                                         in third place behind Eilers an d
                                                                                        Adanacs ,
                                                                                           In Friday's finals, Eilers Jew-
                                                                                                                             football, hockey and rugger for not be the best defensive playe r
                                                                                                                             Varsity . He went to a lecture on the Birds, but few can riva l
                                                                                                                             once too . One of UBC's more his driving attack and crushin g
                                           yen drove home his second goa l              lers beat Cloverdale 69-51 whil e    versatile "sportsmen " — b u t downfield tackles .
      WHITWORTH 83 - BIRDS 86
                                           of the day . A few minutes late r            Pits had to come from behin d        what else would one expec t
         EASTERN 72 - BIRDS 6 4                                                         in the last quarter to wear dow n                                        Remember the Variety Sho w
                                           Bud Walton blasted one hom e                                                      from a PPCLI grad !
                                                                                        the tired Jayvees 66-56 .                                               Wednesday in the Auditorium :
                                           and the Oaks led 3 to 2 .                                                         BRAVES SLO W
               By BOB BERGE N                                                           HUGE CROW D                                                             Totem City Jazzters, slave ga l
                                              Varsity's draw was exception -
                                                                                                                               The Southern-Cross-less (swim - queens ; you name it, we got its .
                                           al since they were operatin g           Incidentally, a huge crow d
       UBC basketballers managed t o                                                                                         ming in Bellingham) Brave s That's Wednesday noon,
                                           without the services of vetera n    on hand for the final, so hug e
     keep intact their string of n o                                                                                         toppled Meralomas 8-0 . It was
                                           forward Stan Glasgow, forwar d      you needed more than the fing-
     victories on the road as the y                                            ers of one hand to count them .               a hard fought contest with Jo -
                                           John Green and defensema n                                                                                                                  WANTE D
     dropped two more over th e                                                                                              vial Jawn Mulberry's penalty ;
                                           Bert Puskus .                       That's right, there were six pai d                                                    Canteen Manager—Fort Camp—Beginning '55 ' 56 term
     weekend .                                                                                                               score and conversion of Gle n
                                            PALAWSKI OU T                      admissions at the game .                                                                        Must be Married UBC Studen t
       Friday night, the Whitwort h                                                                                          Fitzgerald's try paving the way .
                                              Chief's    regular  goaltende r FRASER AGAI N                                                                        Apply to Secretary, Fort Camp Before Feb . 25, 1955 Stating
     Pirates piled up an early lea d                                                                                         Last Thursday's game also dull-
                                            George Palawski missed their          In the only thrilling game o f                                                                          Qualifications
     then sent their reserves to rou t                                                                                       ed them somewhat .
                                            weekend game because of in . ; the series, Jayvees' Mike Frase r
     UBC 93-66 .                           juries . Allan Jaydeo filled in be- broke up a tie ball game wit h
     HIGH MA N                              tween the posts and played well a basket in the last second t o
                                           despite having eight goals scored hive the UBC team a 72-70 vie -
       Though suffering from a ba d         on him . Jcrgen Schilling scored ! tort' over Clovcrdalc .
     cold, 'John McLeod was hig h           both Chief goals, one on a pen-       High scorers for Jayvee s
     man for the night with 21 point s                                         Thursday were Mike Fraser an d
                                           alty .
     against the Pirates .                    Standout on Varsity's defens e Barry Drununond with 14 point s
       Saturday night at Eastern, th e     was captain Bud Frederickson each . Friday night, Fraser go t
     Birds matched the Savages fiel d       who broke up several scoring I         and Drummond picked up 1 2
     goal for field goal as the team s     rushes of the fast moving Oaks, 11 0 once again lead i n the scor -
     got 24 each . They fell down a t      George Jack, narrowly misse d ing department ,
     the foul line though and Easter n     scoring in the second half whe n
     utilized their advantage ther e
     to take the game 72-64 ,
                                           he hit the crossbar from abou t
                                           twenty feet out, Ernie Kuy l
                                                                                               CAMPBEL L
                                           .ante up with the nave of the da y                  CLEANERS
     LEADING SCORE R                                                            Across from Varsity Theatre
                                           in the first half when he rubbe d
       Eastern ' s Dick Edwards kep t      a RnyalOak f'orwar'd at poin t                  AL . 2460    ,
     out in front in the Evergree n        blank range,                              Discount for Student s
     scoring race as he hit for 2 4
     points against UBC .

       High man for Varsity wa s
     McLeod with 14 points, stil l
     playing though his cold wa s                                                       Watches by Bulova, Grue n
     even worse than the night be -                                                      Pens by Waterman, Parke r
     fore .                                                                                Blue Ribbon Diamond s
                                                                                        Expert Repairs—Guarantee d
       Particularly impressive in th e
     series was "Omar" Nyhaug a s                     10% DISCOUNT TO STUDENT S
     he played very well and racke d         752 Granvill e                                                MA . 871 1
     up 12 points each night .




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