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 VOL. 6 No. 4 of the U.B.C. LIBRARY STAFF NEWSLETTER    DECEMBER 1969
s€ason:o qtf&M§& mo*,..
L\b%AKY ACTIYITY BOOK TOR. HOUPAY FUN 2
ST WIBBY REPORTS...
FBBB it is Christmas again
and what a wonderful time to
announce two new arrivals on
the Planet Earth.
MAN GHILB was born to Mr &
Mrs Ken MacKenzie, John Duncan
arrived Nov. 29th and weighed
in at 8 lbs 11 onzs. Donna,
John Duncan's proud mother was
in the Law Library.
Also from over their we hear
that Mr & Mrs Tom Fletcher
(Brenda) welcomed a son named
Ian on December 8th. Brenda
was also with For/Agr. for a
short while. Congratulations
to both couples.
SORRY Curric- Lab.I left you
off the list of those now on
the Automated System. Incidentally you have probably all read
by now that a new record was set
on Tuesday Nov. 24$hJwhen
17^870 transactions were tabulated on that..day..
DO MAKE an effort to go up to
Special Collections to see that
most exciting display of the
"Bali Alice" folio.  Each plate
is originally monographed and
the folio is personally autographed. Well worth a visit.
DONT forget a visit to the new
conservatory on the top of
Kittle Mountain. We hear first
hand that it is fabulous.
JULIE LANE and ELVT EIGENDORFF
both of Cataloguing won that
Football Pool.  How about making
it more general
next year.
IN THE LUCKY
stiff department
Ture Erickson
of Sedgewick
off to Hawaii
and Mary Harwood
of Systems celebrating her 21st
birthday on the
21st of Dec. -
in England.
For that let
down feeling
after Christmas
don't forget
the WINE AND CHEESE party at
the Cecil Green Park January 3rd
Saturday. Everyone welcome.
Where else could you drink all
the wine or soft drinks you want,
eat all the cheese you can consume (crackers too) and dance to
the music of Leo Aquino's band.
for the low price of $2.00.  Get
your tickets now (pay Jan 5th if
you like) but book now so that
the Lib. Assts. Assoc, get an
idea how many bottles etc td r .
order.
GOOD LUCK and speedy recovery
to Martina who has been sadly
missed this month by her fellow
Biblos staffers.
REMEMBER to bring your goodies
for the HOSPITALITY TABLE Tuesday
and good luck to every one in the
draws even though only a few will
be chosen. St Wibby continued.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT re. those draws.
Last month we rashly stated that there would be a number on
each of the issues of Biblos this month, to be used for the
draws to be held in conjunction with the HOSPITALITY TABLE
howeve^ it was decided at the last meeting of the Bibloa
staff that to avoid confusion the names of all staff members,
including Hourly will be written out and put in a hat. So it
will be names that will be drawn to receive those "fabulou*"
prizes.  Good luck.
ANN GARDNER of Serials wishes to actd to our announcement of
last month re. the transfer of those 1000 Reading Roob titles.
She didnot do it alone, but was- ably assisted by the teaa work
of Vera Niesson, Heather Hogins Of the Reading Rooms, the extra
effort of her colleagues in Serials, David Miller Sn&i his loan
of an extra typewriter, PatL«nphere (temporary help) and in
fact Uncle Tom Cobley and all... including Walter.
Well St Wenceslas awaits and I'm off to celebrate.  Happy
Christmas to one and all and 1*11 see you a^ain in the
Seventies,  Here's hoping they will bring new hope to the
World.
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Guardian of the front office
pungent odour
Everyone separately
The one in front
Favourite beverage
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Tin drawers
Bake of Typewriter
Letter weights for mailing
Shortened Teepee
"Himself ",,
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Where Adam met Eve
R.M.H. would know this
National Housing Act (Abbrv.)
Atmosphere during November
To depend on
Administrative personnel, how
many?
B.B.'s official initials
Round and edible, with shell
3rd and 4th vowel.
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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.  To avoid embarassment it must be
stated here and now that owing to unforeseen circumstances
beyond our control all typing in this issue of Biblos was
done by persons other than those in the Front Office. They
cannot be held responsible.  Next month we will be back to
normal - I hope.   Merry Christmas Lynn Pat and Judy. JmcrJ' A
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HAVE ABIT OF A PROBLEM
KEEPING THEIR TITLB3
STRAIGHT IN TRANSFER.
HERE'S A FEW TO UN-MUDDLE.
In anticipation of that new
HERE•S A BLANK*" SPACE
FOR YOU TO DRAW WHAT
YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE
IN THAT "MAN DESIGNED"
"POWDER ROOM" ( like
wide shelves for large
purses etc.)
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Go to it gals all
suggestions will be
forwarded to Front
Office.
~^fe» Queries your kncwlec
Queries your knowledge of History
What Royal personages do the
articles below suggest to you?
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HAS A HARD TIME KEEPING UP
WITH THE NEW NAMES OF THE
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. See how
you do with this problem.
Try matching the "new" and
the "old".
a) Northern Rhodesia l) Uganda
Nyasaland
British Guiana
Gold Coast -
Togoland
Sarawak
f) Buganda
g) Tanganyka -
Zanzibar
h) Lagos, Cameroons,8) Zambia
etc.
TWO VERY SCIENTIFIC QUESTIONS FROM
WHO ELSE BUT YOUR <* _ •    J* . j
1) With a seven-minute hourglass and
an 11 minute hourglass, what is
the simplest way to time the boiling of an egg for 15 minutes
2) a Greek was born on the seventh
day of 40 B.C. and died on the
seventh day of A.D.40. How
many years did he live?
2) Guyana
3) Nigeria
4) Malaysia
5)
6)
Malawi
Ghana
7) Tanzania
M/dv«
Preparing for a carol session
found parts on their instruments missing.  Fill in the
missing parts and help them
out.
*<$&&** ' /    /        7
A CHRISTMAS MEMORY
"Anne", I stated with some force, nI most definitely
think we should put something old-fashioned back into Christmas.11
"Perhaps Christ?" Anne suggested as she hauled another
sack full of stocking-stuffers up the stairs.
"Yes and no", I replied, gingerly fingering a mysterious,
masculine-looking package. "This commercial approach to the
season isn't entirely bad. I enjoy receiving presents as well
as the next fellow." It was socks. Definitely socks. "It's
just that so much of what we do is in terms of dollars and
oents. In later years Tommy should have some warm and cherished
memory of a special way we celebrated the Nativity in our house.
Sort of a tradition of our own making."
I took another sip of the Old-Fashioned I had just mixed.
"If I don't get off my feet soon", Anne ventured, finishing her third trip to the car, "Tommy is going to have the warn
and cherished memory of a nativity right in his very own kitchen. How's that for a tradition of our own making?"
Anne, then in her eighth month, was becoming slightly
sardonic in her outlook.
"Here, let me help you", I said, getting up and taking
her purse. "The doctor said you mustn't overdo things right
now. Anyway, I have a great idea. Why don't we make a little
crSche scene for the mantle? I'll build the stable out of twigs
and fashion a little manger. Then I'll carve the figures out
of soap or something and you can make the costumes. Ve can set
the whole thing on cotton-wool and add some lights. It'll be
a real family thing to do! What do you think?"
Anne seemed strangely dubious. She was obviously picturing
the dripping faucet I had promised to fix two years earlier.
"How about Tommy? Where does he fit in? He's only two
and has four hands."
Tommy would be just fine I assured her. The climactic
moment could be his. As the crowning touchy he could put the
babe into the manger. The vision of the three of us on the
floor in front of a blazing fire, with the voice of the Vienna V
Boys' Choir carolling in the background, was irresistible.
•» » * *
Anne's role in the enterprise ended the day I went to
Woolworths for a few materials. They came in a book called
the Jumbo Manger Punch-Out Kit which sold for 890.
"It isn't exactly what I had in mind", I admitted. "And
it kind of leaves you out. But there juat wasn't time to start
from scratch what with the faucet and everything."
"I understand dear", Anne managed, bravely.
"Anyway, I think there should be projects for fathers
and sons to do by themselves. You know, things like plumbing,
wiring, carpentry."
Anne gave me a look. "And punch-outs", she said.
Things started out well. The fire crackled merrily, the
carols rang out joyfully, and Tommy sat beside me, a picture
of innocent charm. This was just the mood I had imagined, and
a flood of seasonal goodwill engulfed me.
"You see, son", I said gently, "here are the Visemen who
have cone to see the Baby Jesus. They have travelled a long,
long way and have followed a star right to the spot where
Jesus is sleeping by Mary, his mummy."
At that moment Balthasar bit the dust. Tommy had suddenly
snatched him from his perch. "Man go bye-bye", he shouted,
crunching the king, frankincense and all.
"No, no", I said, retrieving the Wiseman and smoothing
him out. "Tommy mustn't touch." I was trying to be patient
but my voice had developed an unpleasant edge.
Anne looked in from the kitchen. "Everything alright,
dear?"
"Pine", I said, "just fine. Tommy really seems to be
getting the Christmas spirit." I looked at him. He was beginning to chew the donkey.
"Naughty boy!" I yelled. "Daddy said not to touch!"
Tommy's face crumpled and he began howling.
The choir sang "Peace on earth and mercy mild". 1.
"Now, Tom", Anne said.
"He's wrecking everything", I snapped, suddenly sullen.
"Well, he's only a baby."
"God and sinners reconciled". The choir pursued its
theme relentlessly.
I gesticulated wildly. "Look at him now! He's walking
all over the Baby Jesus!"
As I swept Tommy aside, I deftly eliminated the detachable
star he had been examining. In his other hand he was holding
the Madonna.
"Don't you dare touch the Virgin Mary!", I shouted, and
made a lunge. Her head came off in my hand.
"Join the triumph of the skies!", sang the boys from
Vienna.
"You finish the cre*che. It's designed for children to
do", said Anne, coolly, as she whisked our howling son off to
bed.
I stood in the middle of the room, Bethlehem in shambles
about me. Things had definitely not gone well. Scotch tape
would help, but at that moment Scotch on the rocks seemed
infinitely more appealing.
Tom Shorthouse
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YOU CAN GUESS THE NUMBER
OF TRANSACTIONS THAT WILL
BE RECORDED ON THE AUTO/
MATIC SYSTEM DURING THE
TOP DAY IN DECEMBER.
SEND YOUR ANSWER TO BIBLOS
BY 20th Dec. You might win
a prize. Contest not open
to members of circulation
staff who are sworn to
secrecy.
MY GUESS IS	
CLOSEST ANSWER WINSi
FINDS THAT SEARCHING FOR
A FIRST EDITION OF
DICKENS "A CHRISTMAS CAROL"
is PROVING TO BE A PROBLEM
CAN YOU HELP THEM FIND
THE LIBRARY THAT HAS IT.
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MAZE OF THE CHAOTIC CATALOGUE.
STARTING AT SQUARE 31 MOVE FROM
SQUARE TO SQUARE UPWARD, DOWNWARD
OR SIDEWAYS, BUT NEVER DIAGONALLY
TRACE OUT 6 SEASONAL WORDS.
ASKS YOU TO IDENTIFY     *__
THE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES FROM ^
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COMBINATIONS OF INITIALS, j 7^
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FOUND SOME OP THEIR CATALOGUE
CARDS WITH RATHER STRANGE
TITLE ENTRIES. HOW ABOUT
GIVING THEM A HAND TO FIGURE
OUT THE TITLES OF WELL KNOWN
CHILDREN'S BOOKS THAT THEY
REPRESENT.
Chilly the ice water male
Breeze in the aspens
The Yule song.
A virgin maid
The tiniest cloud sitter.
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Anna Leith   V
Doug Kaye    Ny
Asian Studies   \
Tom Shorthouse   \
Maureen Wilson
Fisheries Li
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WHO IS FEATURING THAT
"DALI ALICE" DISPLAY AT
THE MOMENT, GIVES YOU THE {
WORD
WONDERLAND.
See how many words you can
make out of it. Use the
letters in any combination ,
but only once in each word /
except the "D" as there
happens to be 2 in wonder
land!' We'll *JArt jrou off
Word Road Dander	
One of our Bilbloo staff
came up with 28 in two minutes
and there are dozens more.
Says HOW'S YOUR GEOGRAPHY?.
Fill in names against the
subjects indicated using as
the first letter the one at
the top of the column.
Give yourself 2 minutes to
complete
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A SHORT STORY - but true - St Wibby swears his pal Anthony
had something to do with this.
One day there came a call to the Humanities Division, it was
the voice of an elderly lady who we will call Mrs K.  Mrs K.
asked several questions about the University of Alaska and we
tried to answer her as best we could being completely mystified
as to the reason for her queries. After a very long conversation she finally offered to explain.
She had no intention of enrolling as she explained, she was
rather old for that, but she had a problem.  Apparently she
was driving along the endless Canadian Highway in the Interior
of B.C. around the Burns Lake area and with her was a friend
from Manitoba, her homeland, who was interested in Botanies.
They spotted some lovely coloured shrubs a little way off the
road and stopped the car to investigate.
Stepping out into the vast emptiness of that part of B.C. Mrs K.
walked to the bush to cut some branches.  She bent to pick some
other plants and as she did so saw the glitter of gold beneath
her hand.  It was a gold ring with a precious stone set in it.
Inside the band was engraved three initials, the name of the
University of Alaska and a date 1917-
We were able to tell Mrs K. that the University was founded
in 1915 and an act in 1917 by the Territorial Legislation
created the Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines.
Therefore the ring might be a commemorative of that date.
Mrs K. subsequently wrote to Alaska to find out if there was
indeed a graduate with the same initials as those in the ring.
She received an affirmative answer with the address of a graduate
in the States.  She wrote to him and asked if he had lost a
ring and if so to describe it and the place where he thought
he might had lost it.   The reply received from him described
almost precisely the place where Mrs K. and her friend had
found the ring.
Mrs K. notified us that the Gold Ring of Burns Lake had been
returned to its rightful owner.
as told by Maria Horvath SOME OF THE PRINTING SEEMS TO BE
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YOU HELP
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SEASONAL SONG
TITLES
When you have completed the
titles turn the face upside
down.
BEGINS WITH AN «S' THIS
PUZZLE ENDS WITH AN S.
BUILD UP TO A WORD THAT IS
a journal (Serials doesn't have)
favoured present for boys (Father
enjoys if too.) and something a
Lion does (not enough possibly)
Iron Steeds -~
Wet precipitations
Own (Scot)
Not outs
Bora Sootia    (abbrv.)
Serials initial
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technology.  ^RJBtSEi?- help the. poor)
folks up th«Wl and suggest a place
where it might b© useful. Use the fy
space to the right to draw or write *Y	
your suMistions.  Someone in Acquisiftons offers a prize for
this. Se^d to Biblos Editor and it w]ll be forwarded.
Old NICK (saint that is)
came to Acquisitions a
month early and left a
shiny new Miorofilm
reader to replace the
good old Printout.
According to reports
the new f angled gaget
has proved to be less
than perfect. life noisy,
hard to read and it
takes twice as long to
find what you want. It
does have the advantage
of being able to operate upright or on its
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CURRIC LAB.
1) Frosty the Snowman
2} Wind in the Willows
3) A Christmas Carol
4) An Old Fashioned Girl
5) The Littlest Angel.
READING ROOMS
Bocus
Financial Post
Paoifio View Point
Playboy
Fortune.
GOV. PUBS.
1) Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
World Health Organization
South East Asia Treaty Organization
4) national Film Board
5) North Atlantic Treaty Organization
6) United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund
Company of Young Canadians.
International Commission on Large Dams
"Have you; stored answers to questions?"(U.S. mechanized
system for searching chemical information) sorry about that.
2)
3)
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BTJTDTHG &rEBE-BIHD
1} Silent Hight
2) Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
3) Good King Wenceslas.
GIFT & EXCHANGE
a - 2 (woodward)
b - 5 (law)
c - 7 (fisheries)
d - 4 (Asian studies)
e - 1 (bindery)
f - 3 (records)
g - 6 (map)
SOCIAL SCIENCE
a - 8 b - 5  c - 2 d - 6
• - 4 f- 1  g-7h-3
SERIALS
TRAINS
RAINS
AINS
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MATH
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2487i (easy?)
BIBLIO.DIV.
A) Marie Antoinette
B) King Cole
c) Richard Lion heart
D) Louis 14th
E) Queen of Hearts
F) Henry 8th ANSWERS
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FRONT OFFICE CROSSWORD.
SCIENCE DIVISION.
1) Start the seven and 11 minute hourglasses when the
egg  is dropped into the boiling water. When the
sand stops running in the seven-glass, turn it over.
When the sand stops in the 11-glass, turn the seven-glass
again.  When the sand stops again in the seven-glass,
15 minutes will have elapsed.  (sure sounds complicated)
2) The Greek lived 79 years. There was no year 0.
MUSIC LIBRARY
Strings for the violin
Sticks for the drum
"teeth" for the harmonica
hands for the clock
ear-plugs for Hans.
POEM ON BACK PAGE
Biblos message
"Goodwill towards men" *4
A SEASONAL MESSAGE FROM ALL THE BIBLOS STAFF
********************************************
MtnoA pnoblem, you will have to hunt fan it.    Eadi
line 0(J the. poem contain* a hidden lettoi and clue.,
put them all together and you have out wiih fan you.
Example.
My frUui _ _
My second in Woodwandi but not in the. Bay - 0
Canny on and goodluck'.
My £init ib in g_neeting6, garland and gay, - G
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POEM
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My $init ii in gneeting&, ganland and gay
My iecond in Woodwandi but not in the. Bay,
My thind ii in Noddy and Popzye. and Pooh,
My faunth i& in &andle but not in the Ahoe.
My 6i£th ii in Waiiail, in the. bowl too a& well
My iixth ii in bill but not in a bell,
My ieventh in .ipankle, gUXWi and glow.
My eighth in the. mail which at Chniitmai will filow.
My ninth i& in Viae and thi pne&enti beneath
My tenth ii in holly but not in the. wnzath,
My eleventh in wine, woman, watzK not been,
My twelfth twice, in Santa but not in KeXn.de.ex.
My thirteenth in warmth and the crackle o^ log*.
My fourteenth In cideK but not in eggnogi.
My ^teenth in inowmen, icicle*, ileighi,
My sixteenth in mincepie* and miitletoe. ipnayi.
My seventeenth in &hephendi and wiie. men at dawn
My eighteenth in mangen and the king that wa& born
My whole, ii a thought that i£ practiced all yean
Would bring peace, to ui all and a would without £ean.
Pat LaVac
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