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 THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
GIFTS, GRANTS AND BEQUESTS
CONTRIBUTIONS FOR RESEARCH AND RESEARCH  EQUIPMENT
Aitkens, Mr. and Mrs. E. G.: .
Faculty of Medicine Research Fund  $ 5.00 7
Aim, Mr. E. A.: y
for the McGeer Neurological Research Fund  500.00 /
American Chemical Society (Washington, D.C.): y
for chemistry petroleum  research       21,600.00 *
American Metal Company of Canada Ltd. (Toronto): y
grant  for geology   750.00*^
A.tomic Energy of Canada Ltd. (Chalk River, Ontario): y
for uranium dioxide research       19,500.00 *
'        for Atomic Energy^ Commission research       14,000.00 /
Attending Staff, Surgery, Vancouver General Hospital:
Research and Postgraduate Fund, Surgery         5.000.00*/
Bailey, Mr. Nat: y
for the McGeer Neurological Research Fund   100.00 Y
Balfour, Dr. J. A.: y
for the  Research and Postgraduate  Fund,   Surgery   300.00   Y
Balfour, Mr. and Mrs. Murray (North Vancouver):
the  Faculty of Medicine Research  Fund   5.00 (A
B.C. Coast Vegetable Marketing Board (Richmond): •
grant  in agricultural engineering   300.00 (_/
B.C. Foundation for Child Care, Poliomyelitis and Rehabilitation: ^ y
Kinsmen Professorship in Neurological  Research         5,000.OOy    .
grant for special expenses   200.00 Y/
grant  for preventive  medicine         2,280.00//
Boulter, Mrs. Constance:
for the   Research and Postgraduate Fund,  Surgery   100.00 '/
Brackman Ker Milling Co. Ltd. (New Westminster):
research in chinchilla nutrition   350.OOf
Brewing and Malting Barley Research Institute (Winnipeg): y
barley   breeding  research,   Plant  Science    800;00 *
Brine, Mr. Ralph H. (New Westminster): y
grant in Mining and Metallurgy   400.00/
British Columbia Heart Foundation: /
grants for Faculty of Medicine research      22,750.00 /
British Columbia Medical Research Foundation: y
grants for Faculty of Medicine research      29,322.96   /
British Columbia Teachers' Federation: y
for the B.C. Educational Research Council   500.Od
Canadian Arthritis and  Rheumatism  Society  (Toronto): y
research unit,  Faculty of Medicine      31,804.67
Canadian Cancer Society (B.C. and Yukon Division): y
for  Cancer  Research   Unit—equipment      36,449.77 ^
Canadian Industries Limited (Montreal): y
grant in zoology   600.00   /
grant in chemical engineering ..   400.00    I* /
Canadian Mental Health Association (Toronto): /
grant for neurological   research    937.50 V
Canadian Physiotherapy Association, B.C. Branch: /
for Faculty of Medicine research   100.00 ^
Canadian Pulp 8c Paper Association, Pacific Coast Branch:
grant   in  Chemical   Engineering    500.00/
Canadian Uranium Research Foundation (Toronto):
research,   mining  and  metallurgy     25,000.00 Y
Ciba Co. Ltd. (Dorval, Quebec): ,
for work in  anatomy   1,250.00 V
Clayburn-Harbison Ltd.:
grant  in   metallurgy   500.00 V
Clokie, Dr. J. K. A.:
Faculty of Medicine Research  Fund   20.00 >/
Cyanamid of Canada (Toronto): /
for cyprex studies, Faculty of Agriculture   1,000.00/
Davidson, Mr. John S.: y
McGeer Neurological   Research  Fund   50.00 *
, /Defence Research Board (Ottawa): ,
^            D.R.B.   Research   Grant,   Chemistry     1,000.00  /
research,   physiology    5,800.00   *'
various Defence Research  Board grants   129,793.00 Ir
Department of Agriculture (Ottawa):
for special equipment   20.00 /
Department of Agriculture EMR Grants   17,130.00 ^
/
Department of Fisheries (Ottawa):
Fisheries Research Board project on fishmeals         2,903.64 v
Department of Health and Welfare (Victoria): ,
Federal Public Health grants     139,428.48/
equipment for G. F. Strong Laboratory   30.89/
Department of Mines and Technical Surveys (Ottawa): ,
research project on U.S.S.R         3,500.00 v /
various   research  grants          7,800.00 d
Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources (Ottawa): y
for archeological investigation in Fraser Canyon   300.00
Department of Veterans' Affairs (Vancouver):
DVA research project,  biochemistry   500.00'^
Dilworth, Mr. Harold M.:
Faculty of   Medicine   Research  Fund     10.00 Mr
Doan, Mrs. Marjorie E. (West Vancouver): .
Faculty of Medicine Research Fund   3.00 /
Dow Chemical of Canada Limited (Sarnia): .
grant for Department of Chemical Engineering   250.00 /
Drew, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. (North Vancouver):
Faculty of Medicine  Research Fund   3.00 '•*
Eldorado Mining 8c Refining Ltd. (Ottawa):
grant, Department of Mining and Metallurgy   1 0,000.00 V
Eli Lilly and Company (Indianapolis, Ind.): /
for cancer   research   unit         6,000.00v
Gayton, Mr. R. R. (North Vancouver): v
Faculty of Medicine Research  Fund   10.00/
General Construction Co. Ltd.: ,
McGeer Neurological   Research  Fund    200.00 /
/ Graham, Mr. T.: ,,
McGeer Neurological Research Fund   50.00/
Hamilton, Miss Alix: .
Faculty of Medicine Research Fund   10.00/
Hempsall, Mrs. C. J. (West Vancouver):
Faculty of Medicine Research Fund   5.00*/
Hickernell, Mr. L. N.: y
Research and Postgraduate Fund, Surgery   50.00/
Research and Postgraduate Fund, Medicine   50.00
Institute of Paper Chemistry (Appleton, Wisconsin):
paper chemistry research grant   8,193.75 /''"'
International Nickel Co. of Canada Ltd. (Toronto): /
research   grant   in   metallurgy     500.00/
research grant in physics   500.00 /
International Order of Job's Daughters (New Westminster): /
muscular dystrophy research grant  105.00 /
Laryngotomy Society: y
Research and Postgraduate Fund,  Surgery  _'  200.00 /
Mason, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. (North Vancouver): ,
Faculty of Medicine Research Fund   5.00 t*
Milbank Memorial Fund (New York): .
for  economics and  social   research    1,000.00*/
Morton, Dr. K. S.:
trauma  research  unit   140.00//
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Woodward's Foundation:
McGeer Fund  for Neurological  Research         1,000.00 Y
Muscular Dystrophy Association of Canada (Toronto):
muscular dystrophy research grants      24,385.29 1/
McDiarmid, Mr. Neil H.:
McGeer  Fund for  Neurological  Research   200.00 '-f
McElroy, Mr. F. B.:
McGeer Fund for Neurological Research   100.00 Y
McGeer, Dr. Edith G.: /
for   neurological   research    200.00 *
McKenzie, Dr. A. D.:
Research  and  Postgraduate   Fund,   Surgery          1,500.00"*''
National Cancer Institute of Canada (Toronto): /
research  grants.   Faculty  of Medicine     40,684.00 /
National Institutes for Health (Bethesda, Maryland): yf
research   grants   and   equipment     79,648.00 *
National Research Council (Ottawa): y
research   grants     18,332.70
equipment  grant,  chemistry   6,500.00 //
N.R.C.   research   associates     1,897.50 /
National Science Foundation (Washington, DC): y
research grant in zoology       12,000.00 Y
Ortho Pharmaceutical (Canada) Ltd. (Don Mills, Ontario): y
Research and Postgraduate Fund, Surgery   700.00    Y^
Patterson, Dr. F. P.: .
for trauma  research  unit   200.00 {Y
Pfizer Canada ,Agricultural Division (Montreal): ,
for poultry antibiotics research         1,200.00 Y Population Council, Inc. (New York): >
Population   Council  grant,   Animal   Science     6,200.00 /
Province of British Columbia, Department of Agriculture (Victoria):
Province of B.C. assay project   1,000.00 ^
Poultry  Science   research  project   2,750.00 v'
Plant Science  research project   2,200.00 *
B.C. Farm Business Research project   4,800.00   •/
Animal Science Research Tests   1,000.00 '\
Research Corporation (New York): .
research grant for chemistry   14,000.00 /
Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. (North Vancouver):
Faculty of Medicine  Research  Fund  5.00/
Royal Canadian Golf Association (Toronto): y
sports   turf   research   grant    300.00/
Service, Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin (North Hollywood, Calif.): .,
Faculty of Medicine Research Fund   15.001'
Sherritt Gordon Mines Ltd. (Toronto): /
for  nickel  ore   research     1,779.00/
for   nickel   powder  research     3,155.81 iY
Smith, Kline, and French, Inter-American Corporation (Montreal):
research grant, Faculty of Medicine   2,200.00 u/
Sookochoff, Mr. W. M. (Grand Forks): y
for trauma research unit   100.00^
Spencer, the late Col. Victor (estate): , /
 for beef research  2,000.00/
Staff of Research Station (Canadian Department of Agriculture): /
Faculty of Medicine Research Fund   11.00/
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Tarr, Mr. H. L. A.:
Faculty  of Medicine  Research  Fund     10.00
Thompson, Mr. W. and family (West Vancouver):
Faculty of Medicine Research Fund   3.00
Townsley, Mr. and Mrs. W. (100 Mile House):
Faculty of Medicine Research Fund   5.00   Y
Trussell, Paul and Helen: .
Faculty of Medicine Research Fund   3.00 Y
Turcot, Miss Joan:
Faculty of Medicine Research Fund   100.00   ./-
United Cerebral Palsy Research and Educational Foundation (New York): y
grant  for neurological   research           1,650.00 /
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Radiation Sciences Branch
(Richard, Washington, DC):
U.S.  Atomic   Energy  Commission   Research           4,515.00*-'
U.S. Vitamin 8c Pharmaceutical Corporation (New York): /
DBI    Research   Grant     425.00V
Victoria College (Victoria): /
B.C. Educational Research Council grant   50.00 v'
Welsh, Mr. F. W.:
McGeer  Neurological  Research  Fund   100.00   Y
Welters, Mr. Frank S.:
McGeer Neurological  Research  Fund   100.00/
Wilkinson, Mr. Alfred T. S.:
Faculty of Medicine Research Fund   4.00 "1 • /
Anonymous: ^
for  mineral  exploration  research         3,000.00  y
for chemistry research    100.00
CONTRIBUTIONS FOR TEACHING AND GENERAL PURPOSES
Alma Mater Society: fly/
for International House  Friends Account   100.00 Or
Andrew, Dean G. C:
for  the   President's  Fund    60.00
Association of Cooperative Pre-School Groups: y
for parent education in preschool field   900.001/
B.C. Foundation for Child Care, Poliomyelitis and Rehabilitation: ,yY
for  professorship in special  education        12,000.00 '
Biely, Professor J.: y
for the   President's  Fund    300.00 r '
British Columbia Bond Dealers Association: y ,
grant   in   Commerce    196.00 ^
Brown, Mr. Frank: yY
special fund for Dean of Medicine         1,250,00 /  .
Campbell, the late Anne S. (estate): y
for the Anne S. Campbell Medical Fund   350.00 '^
Canada Council (Ottawa):
Canada Council   Indian Carving project       10,000.00
special   travel   expenses     350.00 ^/
Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society (B.C. Division):
for lectureship in Faculty of Medicine   600.00
Canadian Cancer Society (B.C. and Yukon Division): /
for Canadian Cancer Society Chromosomes  Report   298.20 (-•
Canadian Exploration Limited: ,
research   professorship  in  geophysics        10,000.001/
Canadian Jewish Congress, Pacific Division:
grant   in   paediatrics          2,000.55
Canadian Pacific Airlines Limited: y
for  the  President's   Fund          2,600.00 \Y
Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation (Ottawa): y
for special   lectures,  architecture   250.00 /
CKWX Radio (Vancouver): /
for CKWX - UBC special  programme         3,000.00*/
Curtis, Dean G. F.: y
for  the  President's  Fund    67.00   /
Eklove, Mr. R. (Montreal): i
for Real  Estate Diploma Course   25.00 /" '
Forward, Professor Frank:
for history of science and medicine fund  j-  10.00*<^
Frank W. Horner Limited (Montreal): y
for library books, Horner Reading Room,  Pharmacology  500.00 y
Government of Canada, Department of Fisheries (Ottawa): yY
educational   work   among   fishermen,   Extension          5,459.13/
Health Centre for Children: y
grant   in paediatrics     35,663.64
High Commissioner for Pakistan in Canada:
for Friends of International  House Fund   25.00 Holland, Professor W. L.: \
for journal   "Pacific Affairs"    200.00 Z1
Institute of Chartered Accountants of B.C.:
library grant,   Commerce    _  300.00 /
Institute of Pacific Relations (New York):
for  journal   "Pacific   Affairs"           4,238.02/
International Nickel Co. of Canada Ltd. (Toronto):
for guidance seminar for high school  teachers         2,500.00 »■
I.O.D.E., University Chapter: .
I.O.D.E.   Fine   Arts  Trust  Fund           1,500.00/
Jacklin, Mr. Walter A.: y
Department of Music equipment grant         2,000.00 /
Leon and Thea Koerner Foundation:
grants   for  various   purposes           6,000.00 /
Lones, Mr. T. S. (Crescent Beach):
for   extension   purposes     3.00 '-^
McCreary, Dean J. F.: .
for the  President's   Fund    35.00  **
McKeen, Senator and Mrs. S. S.:
for the York Lectureship, Faculty of Medicine   500.00 /
MacMillan, H. R. Esq., C.B.E., D.Sc, LL.D.:
see under Vancouver Foundation 	
MacMillan, Bloedel and Powell River Ltd.:
Chair of Forest  Pathology grant         5,000.00 >
National Educational Television and Radio Centre
(Ann Arbor, Michigan):
special   grant,   Extension         2,100.00 '(/
National Research Council (Ottawa): y
visiting   lecturer,   Oceanography    250.00V
Province of British Columbia, Department of Health and
Welfare (Victoria):
for special   medical   service          2,400.00 /
Province of British Columbia (Education Technical Branch, Victoria): /
for technical staff, College of Education       14,886.24 *
Rayonier Canada Limited (Vancouver): .
grant for work in forest products   1,500.00/
Read, Professor Stanley E.: y
for  the  President's   Fund  160.00 V
Rupaal, Mr. Ajit:
for Friends of International House Fund   10.00 Hf
Schaffer, Mr. and Mrs. L.: i .
for Friends of  International House Fund   50.00 \
Simmons 8c McBride Ltd.:
for the Simmons 8. McBride Lectureship   500.00   /
Smith, Miss Marjorie V.: /
Friends of  International  House Fund   100.00 i
Society for Advancement of Management: ,
Dean of Commerce and Business Administration Fund   250.00 '/
Stewart, Mrs. Douglas:
for the   President's   Fund   500.00   /
The California Standard Company (Calgary):
grant to Department of Geology   500.00 / /
Vancouver Foundation: ,
Williamson   Foundation   Special   Professorship     6,673.57 /
H. R. MacMillan - Institute of Fisheries Publications   1,500.00/
H.   R.  MacMillan  Lectures -  Institute of Fisheries   764.77 /
H. R. MacMillan Educational Fund - C. H. Cloy Manuscript — 751.66^/
H.  R. MacMillan Educational Fund - Anthropology   7,500.00 Y
Vancouver General Hospital:
for   Medical   Illustrations   Department           5,666.50
Wainman, Professor A. W.:
Friends of International  House Fund   100.00*^^
Whitelaw, Dr. D. M.: y
for  the  President's   Fund    7.50/
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND
Canada Council (Ottawa): /
for  student   residences       89,590.00 /
for annex to  Library   206,000.00 /
for extension to Buchanan Building   262,640.00 * /
for Faculty Club special equipment         2,000.00 *>
Canadian Cancer Society (B.C. and Yukon Division): y"
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for the Medical Sciences Building    180,619.00
Hogarth, Mrs. A. M.:
for  purchase of painting by Cruickshank   750.00'
International House Furnishings and Equipment Fund   205.00   '
Caple, Mr. Kenneth
Harris, Mrs. Ellen G.
Zonta Club of Vancouver.
Leon and Thea Koerner Foundation:
for  the  Thea   Koerner   House     355,450.92 Y
Province of British Columbia (Victoria): >
Capital Grant, Province of British Columbia  1,412,500.00/^
for re-location of services, College of Education      73,081.09/
Province of British Columbia (Department of Health
and Welfare, Victoria):
Special  equipment for  Medical   Sciences  Buildings       35,196.00Y
Province of British Columbia (Department of Agriculture, Victoria):
contribution  to construction  of greenhouse          2,000.00 Sf
Various donors: >/
(Capital Gifts Campaign)   645,446.18/.
GRANTS AND GIFTS FOR LIBRARY PURPOSES
Canadian Jewish Congress, Pacific Division (Vancouver): yf"
Judaica Fund for Library        3,500.00 ^
Faulkner, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. (Copper Beach, Woodlands)':
Extension   Library    Fund    .  10.00 L.IY
Friends of the Library:
for various library purposes   100.90
Graduating Classes of 1960:
Library   Book  Endowment Fund         4,500.00 /
Men's Canadian Club of Vancouver:
grant   for   library   purposes     500.00   ^
Unitarian Church of Vancouver:
for  library  books   .  101.56
Vancouver General Hospital:
for the   Bio-Medical   Branch   Library   8,360.00 V
Various donors:
for the Friends of the Library Fund   187.00
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ALUMNI FUND
(Direct Donations only)
Alumni   Regional   Scholarships    -__-_.. .  8,122.50
Library    __—------ — 3,696.31
President's Fund   __—.-_—J. 7,243.67
American  Scholarships    .— 306.00
Other  objectives  .  3,799.50
1715   Contributors     23,167.98
THE B.C. ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS GRANT,
SPECIAL PROJECT, DEPARTMENT OF EXTENSION
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o CFJC  (Kamloops)    156.00"'
o CFUN   (Vancouver)     312.00/
o CHWK  (Chilliwack)    156.00 y>
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CJAT   (Trail)     208.00 ^
CJAV (Port Alberni)   156.00*/
o CJDC  (Dawson  Creek)   156.00^
o CJIB  (Vernon)     195.00 v/
o CJOR   (Vancouver)     520.00 V
o CJVI   (Victoria)     312.00 Y/
o CKDA   (Victoria)     221.00/
o CKLG (North Vancouver)   260.00*/
o CKNW  (New  Westminster)    702.00 /
o CKOK   (Penticton)     195.00 Y
o CKOV  (Kelowna)     195.00/
o CKPG (Prince George)   156.00 Y/
o CKWX  (Vancouver)     702.00*'
MISCELLANEOUS CONTRIBUTIONS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS,
BURSARIES, PRIZES, AND LOAN FUNDS
Allied Chemical Canada Ltd. (Montreal):
grant to University additional to scholarship  $        250.00 i,
American Can Co. of Canada Limited (Hamilton):
direct   awards,   session   1960-61     692.00
Anonymous:
for the University Scholarships Endowment Fund         1,000.00
for scholarships for Vancouver high  schools         2,000.00
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Army, Navy, and Air Force Veterans in Canada (Vancouver): /
direct award, session   1960-61     300.00V
Association  of  Universities of  British Commonwealth:
Drapers' Company Scholarship for selected student         2,076.00^-^"^
Attending Staff Fund (Vancouver General Hospital):
for the Dr. A. M. Agnew Memorial Scholarship Fund        1,360.00 '
B.C. Beef Cattle Growers' Association:
for   research   bursaries           2,1
B.C. High School Boys' Basketball Association: y
direct awards to students, session  1960-61     800.00/
B.C. Interior Fruit and Vegetable Worker' Union (Penticton):
direct award to student,  session   1960-61     250.00V
B.C.T.F. Credit Union: y
direct award  to student,  session   1960-61     250.00/
Bennett, the late Dr. A. E. H. (estate): y
for the Dr. A. E. H.  Bennett Medical Students Fund   866.47 J/
Black, Dr. Edgar C: (/
for the Thea Koerner Memorial Scholarship Fund   15.00 /
Blundell, Mr. Alfred: y
grant  for special assistance   100.00 Y
Bower, the late Patricia E. (estate):
for the Col.   Herbert Mercer Loan Fund         3,098.49   H~
Bralorne-Pioneer Parent Teacher Association (Bralorne): 	
direct award to student,  session   1960-61     150.00 /
Buchanan, Mrs. F. G.:
for the Dean of Women's Fund   10.00
Burnaby Parent Teachers Council:
direct awards to students, session   1960-61     235.00 /
■Butrhnrt. the late Florence M. (estpte): y
for the Florence M.  Butchart Bursary  Fund   387.02 l"
B-Wys Sales Co. (South Burnaby):
direct  award,   session   1960-61     400.00/
Campbell, the late Anne S. (estate):
for the Anne S. Campbell  Bursary Fund   350.00 *"*
Campbell, Miss Ardyth (Paddle Prairie, Alberta): i ,
for the Dean of Women's Fund  •  5.00-^ ;
Campbell River and District Teachers Association:
direct   award,   session    1960-61     150.00 */
Canada Centennial Scholarships (Montreal): /
direct awards to students, sessions  1960-61          3,750.001/
Canada Council (Ottawa): *
Canada   Council   Fellowship           2,000.00j/
Canadian Bank of Commerce: /
general grant additional to scholarship   300.00
Canadian Fina Oil Limited (Calgary):
direct award to student, session 1960-61    700
grant to University additional to scholarship   250
Canadian Legion (Dominion Headquarters, Ottawa):
Canadian  Legion  Scholarship   400.00 /
Canadian Legion (British Columbia 8c Northwestern States Command): /
direct  award,   session   1960-61          4,350.00/
Canadian Legion, Cowichan Branch No. 53:
scholarship     200.00 /
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3.00!/ Canadian Legion (Abbotsford-Sumas-Matsqui): >
Canadian  Legion  Scholarship   100.00 /
Canadian Legion Branch No. 48 (Collingwood): /
Canadian   Legion   Scholarships    200.00/
Canadian Legion Lions Gate Branch No. 79: y
Canadian   Legion   Scholarships    600.00'/
i orancn ino. 10/ <.i_ampoeu mven; /
Canadian   Legion   Scholarship    .  100.00 /
Canadian Legion West Point Grey Branch No. 142: /
Canadian Legion Branch No. 137 (Campbell River);
Canadian   Legion   Scholarship   	
ndian Legion West Point Grey Branch No. 142:
Canadian   Legion   Scholarships    „_ 350.00
Canadian Legion Branch No. 148 (North Burnaby): /
Canadian   Legion  Scholarships     300.00 /
Canadian Legion Branch No. 198 (Alert Bay): /
Canadian   Legion   Scholarships     250.00 V
Canadian Legion (Ontario Provincial Command): /
Canadian  Legion  Scholarship   400.00 /
Canadian Medical Association, Section of General Practice,
B.C. Division: y1
for the C.M.A.   Section Loan  Fund   500.00
Canadian National Exhibition (Toronto): y
direct award of scholarship, session   1960-61     600.001/
Canadian Western Pipe Mills Ltd. (Port Moody) and Alberto
Phoenix Tube 8c Pipe Ltd. (Calgary): .
for bursaries and World University Service   2,500.00   /
Caribbean Students Association: y
for the Caribbean Students Association Loan Fund   350.00V
Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation (Ottawa): y
fellowships in planning   4,500.00 /,
scholarship     500.00 Y
C.I.M.M., B.C. Section: ^
C.I.M.M:,  B.C. Section,   Loan Fund   500.00
Clinton Parent Teachers Association (Clinton): y
direct  award   to student,  session   1960-61     100.00 /
College of Dental Surgeons of B.C.: ,
loan fund for dental hygiene   1,000.00/
Columbia Preceptory No. 34 Knights Templar:
for the Columbia Preceptory Loan  Fund   500.00) y
Copp, Dr. and Mrs. D. H.: /^
for the Dr. A.  M. Agnew Memorial Scholarship   25.00 ' *
for the Thea Koerner Memorial Scholarship   10.00  ^
Corkum, Mr. Carroll Howe (Keats Island): ,
for the Carroll  Howe Corkum Student Aid Fund   2,267.74 /
Disher, Mr. C E.: l.Y
for Summer School of the Arts awards   250.00 '
Distillers Co. (Canada) Ltd.: /
for Summer School of the Arts awards   50.00l/
DuPont of Canada (Montreal): y
grant to University additional to scholarship  .  300.00 ^/
E. L. Sauder Lumber Company Limited: y
for the Mrs. Amy E. Sauder Trust Fund   2,500.00   /
Empire Swim Club: y
direct awards for students,  session   1960-61     150.00 V
Faculty Women's Club:
for the Anne Wesbrook Scholarship Fund   400.00 Y
12 Fa 11 is, Miss Mary: '
for the Dean of Women's Fund   50.00 /
for the Student Emergency Aid Fund   50.00 \*f
Frith, Mr. Walter D.:
for the Walter D. Frith Student Aid Fund   500.00 *—
Gage, Dean Walter H.:
for various scholarship,  bursary and  loon funds   801.00   \y*
General Motors of Canada Limited (Oshawa):
grant to University additional to scholarships         4,000.00*/
Geological Survey of Canada Discussion Club (Vancouver):
for the C.I.M.M., B.C. Section, Loan Fund    200.00 /
Government of Alberta (Edmonton): l^f
direct award, session  1960-61     200.00 */
Government of Yukon Territory (Whitehorse): ■**/''
direct awards to student, session   1960-61    ,        1,000.00
Herstein, Dr. A.: y
for the Dr. A. M Agnew Memoriol Scholarship  25.00 /
High-Y Teen Inter Club Council:
direct award to student, session 1960-61    100.00
Imperial Oil Limited (Toronto): y
direct scholarship awards, session  1960-61          2,800.00/
grant to University additional  to scholarships         2,000.00 Y
Independent Order of Odd Fellows:
direct awards to students, session  1960-61           1,650.00
Interior Lumber Manufacturers' Association (Penticton):
for  prize   in   forestry    75.00
International Order of Job's Daughters:
direct awards to students, session  1960-61     300.00
I.O.D.E., Municipal Chapter,
direct  award,   session   1960-61     100.00 *
I.O.D.E., National Chapter (Toronto):
direct  awards,   session   1960-61          2,650.00/
I.O.D.E., Provincial Chapter of Alberta (Edmonton): y
direct award to student, session   1960-61     500.00 /
Jambor, Mr. John L. (Ottawa): \y
for the Student Emergency Aid Fund   \9.00v>
Johnston, the late Douglas F. (estate):
for the Douglas F. Johnston  Bursary  Fund      49,482.45 /"
Kinsmen Club (Natal):
direct award to student, session 1960-61   100.00^
Kitimat Scholarship Association (Kitimat):
direct awards  to students,  session   1960-61     655.00/
Kiwanis Club of New Westminster (New Westminster):
direct award to student, session   1960-61     150.00 Y
Kiwassa Club of Vancouver: y
special   award,   session   1960-61     210.00 Y^
Kuss, Mr. William F. (Langley):
for the University Student Assistance Fund   25.00*/
Ladies Auxiliary to the Carpenters' Union (Campbell River): ,
direct  award,   session   1960-61      50.00 Y
Lake, Mrs. Barbara Waterfield: y
for   special   bursaries     150.00*/
Leon and Thea Koerner Foundation:
for the Grants to  Individuals  Fund        3,000.00 /
13 Leonard Foundation (Toronto): y
Leonard   Foundation   Scholarships     3,900.00 '
Lillooet Community Scholarship Committee (Lillooet):
direct awards to students,   session   1960-61     375.00 K-
Lillooet District Seaton Sub-Local Teachers' Association: /
direct award, session  1960-61     50.00V
Little, Mr. E. B. (Prince George): y
for the David  Bell Little Memorial Scholarship   100.00 /
Magee High School Students' Union: .
direct awards to students, session   1960-61     300.00 /
Mobil Oil of Canada Ltd. (Calgary):
grant  to geology  additional   to  scholarship     400.00 {/
Mount Pleasant Cambie Kiwanis Club: .
for the Medical student aid Fund   400.00 Y
Muscular Dystrophy Association of Canada (Toronto):
Muscular   Dystrophy   Research   Fellowship    2,523.79 4/
Maclnnes, Mr. W. H.: .
for the W. H. Maclnnes Scholarship Funds   10,000.00    /
Mcintosh, Mr. William G.: /
for the Hamish Heney Mcintosh Memorial Prize Fund   1,600.00 V
McKechnie, the late Dr. R. E. (estate): /
for the Dr. R.  E. McKechnie Scholarship Funds   164.72'/
McKenzie, Dr. A. W. D.:
for the Dr. A. W. D. (Bill) Knox Memorial Fund   500.00 ^
MacMillan, Bloedel and Powell River Ltd. (Port Alberni): y
for   entrance   scholarships     1,200.00 ^
National Cancer Institute of Canada (Toronto):
research   fellowships     6,000.00 1/
Native Daughters of B.C., Grand Post:
for the Native Daughters of B.C. Scholarship Fund   210.00 V/
National Heart Foundation of Canada (Toronto): y
research   fellowships     4,000.00 Y
National Research Council (Ottawa): .
N.R.C.   Postdoctoral   Fellowships   8,000.00 /
Navy League of Canada (Toronto): /
direct awards,  session   1960-61     600.00 ^
New Denver Bursary Award Committee (New Denver): y
direct  award,   session   1960-61     50.00    /
New Westminster Elementary Teachers Association: y
direct award,  session   1960-61     200.00 Y
New Westminster Parent-Teacher Council: /
direct award to student, session   1960-61     275.00 J
North Okanagan Teachers' Association (Vernon): /
direct award   to  student,  session   1960-61     200.00/
Oppenheimer Bros. 8c Company Ltd.:
for the Oppenheimer Bros. 8c Company Ltd. Centennial y
Scholarship   Fund            1,500.00/
Order of the Royal Purple (McBride): y
direct award, session   1960-61     75.00
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter A.D.: y
for  the   Dean  of Women's  Fund   15.00   v
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Supreme Chapter (Greencastle, Indiana):
for   the   Eyvolle   Cuthbert  Award     300.00
14
/ Perret, Mr. R. E. (North Vancouver): y
for the Student Emergency Aid  Fund   50.00/
—Rush,,the late George testqfe); y
for the George Rush Bursary  Fund         5,000.00 <^
School District No. 42 (Haney):
direct award, session   1960-61     100.00 \l
Sclater, Captain John (New Westminster): y
for the Elsie Black Lorimer Sclater Memorial Scholarship Fund.-       1,000.001/
Shell Oil Company of Canada Ltd. (Toronto):
grant to  University additional   to scholarship    500.00 /^
./Sherwood, Mr. Ernest G. (Richmond): y
for the Ernest G. Sherwood Student Aid Fund      50,000.00  t
Sky, Mr. Milton (Edmonton):
for the Student Emergency Aid  Fund  TOO.00 r
Soderman, the late Daisy (estate): y*
for the Oscar Soderman Memorial Bursary Fund         5,081.40^^
Steel Company of Canada Limited (Hamilton): y*
grant to University additional  to bursaries   500.00 Y
Sutter, Mrs. W. A.: y
for the Seth Witton Memorial  Bursary  .  100.00 t'/'
Thunderbird Quarterback Club: y
direct awards  to  students,  session   1960-61   '_  100.00^'
Topham, Mr. L. W.:
for the Student Emergency Aid Fund   58.00 IA"
Trans-Mountain Oil Pipe Line Company:
grant to  University additional  to scholarships    500.00
Union Carbide Canada Limited (Toronto): y
grant to University additional to scholarships   400.00'
United Brotherhood of Carpenters 8c Joiners of America,
Local Union 1822 (Campbell River): ,.y
direct  award,   session   1960-61     50.00 /
University Women's Club of Kamloops (Kamloops): y
direct awards  to students,   session   1960-61     400.00 /
Vancouver Foundation:
various   awards,   session    1960-61           1,600.00 J/*^
Various donors (through Dr. F. W. B. Hurlburt): ,
for the Dr.  Peter H.  Spohn  Memorial   Prize  Fund         3,021.79/
Various donors: y
for the Richard Owen Memorial Prize Fund   260.00. /
War Amputations of Canada, Vancouver Branch:
.bursaries for the session   1960-61           1,000.00.
Webster, Mrs. Margaret W. (Nanaimo):
for the Dean  of Women's  Fund   5.00 l-r
Woodsworth Memorial Scholarship Fund:
Woodsworth Memorial  Scholarship,   1960-61           1,000.00
Zack, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney:
for the Richard  Zack  Scholarship   500.00   />
FOR THE FERN COCHRANE JAMES SCHOLARSHIP
Total contributions in this list $        245.00
Daniells, Dr. Roy
Frame, Professor J. Sutherland (East Lansing, Michigan)
15 Gage, Dean Walter H.
Morrison, Dr. Edmund
Niven, Dr. and Mrs. Ivan (Eugene, Ore.)
Short, Dr. and Mrs. Frank (San Jose, Calif.)
Smith, Mrs. E. E.
FOR THE HEALTH OFFICERS PRIZE IN  PREVENTIVE
MEDICINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH
Total   contributions   in   this   list   $ 175.00
Amyot, Dr. G. F. (Victoria)
Anonymous
Arneil, Dr. A. S. (Nelson)
Barclay, Dr. W. S.
Beattie, Dr. A. M. (Victoria)
Benson, Dr. K. I. G. (Prince George)
Black, Dr. Donald (Kamloops)
Black, Dr. Duncan (Vernon)
Bowmer, Dr. E. J.
Clarke, Dr. D. A.
Elliott, Dr. G. R. F.
Findlay, Dr. Ian (Toronto)
Gayton, Dr. J. L.
Gibson, Dr. G. A. (Courtenay)
Hunt, Dr. C. L.
Kennedy, Dr. H. (Cloverdale)
Kettyls, Dr. G. D. M. (Chilliwack)
Kincade, Dr. G. F.
Larsen, Dr. A. A.
Lindsay, Dr. J. H. (Trail)
Mahaffy, Dr. C. E. (Victoria)
Mather, Dr. J. M.
MacKenzie, Dr. G. J. G. (Nanaimo)
McMaster, Dr. S.
Read, Dr. J. H.
Sinclair, Dr. W. (Prince Rupert)
Smith, Dr. J.
Sunderland, Dr. W. F. (Burnaby)
Taylor, Dr. J. A. (Victoria)
Wauchob, Dr. M. J. (Mission City)
Weston, Dr. Agnes (Vancouver)
Whitbread, Dr. J. L. M. (Victoria)
White, Dr. J. C.
Willitts, Dr. R. E.
Wylde, Dr. E. W. (New Westminster).
16 FOR THE THORLEIF LARSEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Total contributions in this  list  $        535.00
Akrigg, Dr. G. P. V.
Bartram, Miss Frances (London, Ont.)
Bimey, Dr. Earle
Cooke, Professor A. C.
Daniells, Dr. Roy
Davison, Mr. R. L. (Victoria)
de Bruyn, Professor Jan
Dunn, Mr. James (Winnipeg)
Greig, Miss Janet T.
Heska, Mr. William (London, England)
Humphrey, Professor Ruth
Keate, Mr. Stuart (Victoria)
Ladner, Leon J. Esq., Q.C.
Letters Club (UBC)
Lewis, Professor and Mrs. Hunter C.
Miller, Dr. C. W.
Mennie, Miss Jessie R.
Morrison, Dr. Edmund
Maclnnes, Dr. Isabel
Osborne, Professor Robert
Poisson, Professor Rodney (Victoria)
Robbins, Dr. William
Webber, Dr. William A. (New York)
Wood, Professor and Mrs. F. G. C.
FOR THE VANCOUVER AND DISTRICT HOME ECONOMICS
ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP
Total contributions in this list  $ 93.60
Black, Professor Charlotte
Cameron, Mrs. M. A.
Chapman, Mrs. W. L.
Chong, Mrs. Hazel
Clara, Miss Rosina
McCord, Mrs. George
Macdonald, Mrs. B. D. (North Vancouver)
Flather, Mrs. D. M.
Flynn, Miss Y.
Gibbon, Mrs. M. E.
Smith, Miss E. B.
Smith, Mrs. G. O.
Teevan, Mrs. J. T.
Wilson, Mrs. Gordon S.
Anonymous.
17 V
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CONTINUING DONATIONS FOR FELLOWSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS,
BURSARIES AND CASH  PRIZES
(The amount shown is normally the annual value of the award or awards).
Alliance Francaise  (Vancouver)—bursary  $ 200.00   y
Allied   Chemical   Canada   Ltd.—scholarship     596.00 /
Allied   Officers'   Club   Auxiliary—bursary     125.00 y
Alpha Delta Phi (B.C. Chapter)—bursary   50.00^
Alpha  Delta Pi Sorority (Beta Kappa Chapter)—bursary   50.00/'
Alpha  Gamma Delta Sorority (Delta Zeta Chapter)—bursary   50.00^,
Alpha   Gamma   Delta   Mothers'  Club—bursary    100.00 /
Aluminum Company of Canada Limited (Montreal)—scholarships
and  grants    1,400.00
Alumni   of  Business  Management Course  (Vernon)—bursary    250.00 i'/
Alumni  of U.B.C, through the Development Fund—scholarships.  6,600.00 ' /
Aluminum   Laboratories   Limited  (Montreal)—fellowship    1,946.00.//-
American   Marietta   Company   (Seattle)—scholarships    _  500.00 Y-
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning y
Engineers (B.C.   Chapter)—scholarship  200.00 V
American Society for Metals Foundation for Education and /
Research—scholarship     500.00 \y
American Society for Metals,  B.C. Chapter—scholarship „  400.00 Y/
American  Woman's   Club—bursary     250.00^
Andison, the late Mrs. J. G.—fund established by her friends y
as   a  memorial     100.00v     .
Anglo-Canadian  Shipping  Company Limited—bursary   300.00 <-ff
A. P. Gardner 8c Co.—scholarship 	
Architectural Institute of British Columbia—
A. P. Gardner 8c Co.—scholarship     300.00
/
Y
prizes   and   scholarships     450.00 /
Armstead, Mrs. Daniel (Lions Bay)—scholarship and prize   300.00.' "y
Association of Professional Engineers of British Columbia—prizes.— 150.00 \
Atlas   Asbestos   Company   Limited—prize     200.00
Automotive Transport Association of B.C. scholarship   150.00 Yy
Ayerst,   McKenna 8c Harrison Limited (Montreal)—prize   200.00 /
Baird, Mrs. W. S.  and Gibson, Mrs. W. C.—prize   50.00 /
J.nlfr...r.   the   Inte   Helen   L.—prize   .  225.00  /
Barton, the late Dr. G. F. R.—bursary established by friends ,
and colleagues     100.00 Yy
Bateman,   Mrs.  S.  J.   (Chilliwack)—scholarship     100.00 Y
B.C. Association of District Superintendents and Inspectors
of    Schools—scholarships     150.00 p'
B.C. Beef Cattle Growers' Association—bursaries   1,000.00
B.C. Dental Association—scholarship and bursaries   1,000.00/^
B.C.   Drugs   Limited—scholarship    200.00 Vy
)vyj
B.C. Society of Internal Medicine—bursary   450.00//
/
'V
B.C.   Electric Veterans  Association—bursaries    200.00 // ,
B.C. Society of Internal Medicine—bursary   450.00//
Belkin,   Mr.   Morris—prize     100.00 '/
18 Bell,   Mrs.  Angela—bursary   150.00 Y
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority (Xi Alpha Chapter)—bursary   50.00*
Better Business Bureau of Vancouver—prizes   100.00 /
B'nai   B'rith  Chapter  No.   77—scholarship    50.00/
Boag   Foundation—scholarship     250.00//
Bolocan, Mr. and Mrs. J.  L.  (Edmonton)—prize   25.00 *^"^
Borden   Company  Limited  (Toronto)—-prize   100.00V
Borrie,   Mr.   W.   J.—scholarship     250.00 <--">
Bostock   Memorial   Lectureship—prize    75.001/
Boultbee,  Mr.  J.   N.—prize   25.00iYy
Boultbee, Sweet 8. Co. Ltd.—scholarship   300.00 r^
Brissenden, P. R.,  Esq.,  Q.C.—scholarship or bursary   300.00 ■*'""
British America Paint Co. Ltd. (Vancouver and Victoria)—
scholarships   1,000.00 1/
.British Columbia Association of Social Workers (Greater Vancouver .
Area    Branch)—prizes     125.00 (K
British Columbia Bond Dealers' Association—scholarship   150.00*■
British  Columbia  Cement Company  Limited—scholarships   500.00 *"*/""
British Columbia Centennial  1958 Committee—scholarship   500.00 /
British  Columbia Corrections Association—bursary    50.00*/
British  Columbia   Dietetic Association—scholarship   100.00v
British Columbia Dental Supply Co. Limited—scholarship   200.00 ^^
British   Columbia   Electric   Company   Limited—fellowships   and y
scholarships   8,000.00//  ^.
British Columbia Forest Products Limited—scholarships and bursaries 7,700.00l
British Columbia Federation of Labour—bursary   250.00
British Columbia  Fruit Growers' Association—scholarship   250.00\Yy
British  Columbia   Hotels Association—scholarships    1,500.00'
British Columbia   Institute of Agrologists—bursary   250.00 '
British Columbia Japanese-Canadian Citizens' Association—
scholarship     100.1
British Columbia Loggers' Association—scholarship and bursary  600.1
British Columbia Lumber Manufacturers'  Association—prizes   700J
British   Columbia   Parent-Teacher   Federation—scholarship     100.1
.British Columbia Sugar Refining Company Limited—scholarships  2,500J
British   Columbia   Surgical   Society—bursaries     300.1
British  Columbia  Teachers'  Federation—prizes  and scholarships  8,600.1
British Columbia Telephone Company—scholarships    2,500.1
British Columbia Transformer Co.   Ltd.—scholarship   250.1
British Pacific Life Insurance Company of Vancouver—scholarship.. 250.i
Bruce,  the   late Hon.   R.   Randolph—scholarship   250J
Buchanan, the late Dean Daniel—scholarship established by
friends and colleagues    125.00   <—
Buckland, the late Dr. Donald C. (memorial established by friends)
—scholarship     100.00   /"
Buckshon's   Pharmacy—bursary     100.00*/
Burbidge,  Mr.   P.  W.—scholarships    250.00 I. /
Burrard Dry Dock Company Limited—scholarships  1,000.00 L/
/
19 Burroughs Wellcome and Company (Montreal)—fellowship and
scholarship   ' 	
Butchart, the late William B.—bursaries 	
Campbell, the   late Anne S.—bursaries 	
Canada Permanent Mortgage Corporation—prize 	
Canadian Anaesthetists' Society, British Columbia Division—bursary
Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society—prize 	
Canadian   Bank  of   Commerce—scholarship  	
Canadian   Bechtel   Limited—bursaries   	
Canadian   Broadcasting   Corporation—prizes   	
Canadian Cancer Society—British Columbia and Yukon Division
—bursary    _	
Canadian Forest Products Ltd.—scholarships and prizes 	
Canadian Forestry Association of B.C.—scholarship 	
Canadian Foundation for the Advancement of Pharmacy—
scholarships   and   bursary  	
Canadian   Freightways   Limited—scholarship   	
Canadian Industrial Traffic League—prizes 	
Canadian Industries Limited—fellowship and maintenance grant-
Canadian  Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, B.C. Section—prizes
Canadian Institute of Steel Construction—scholarships 	
Canadian Life Insurance Officers Association and Canadian Bankers
Association—scholarships in Summer Session Course, in personal
and business finance, three-year grant, annually 	
Canadian  Medical Association  British  Columbia  Division—bursaries
Canadian National  Institute for the Blind—bursary 	
Canadian Officers' Training Corps—bursaries 	
Canadian Pittsburgh  Industries Ltd.—scholarship 	
Canadian  Society of   Exploration Geophysicists—scholarship 	
Canadian   Stevedoring   Company  Limited—bursary   	
Canadian  Transport  Company  Limited—scholarship  	
Canadian   Uranium   Research   Foundation—fellowship   	
Canadian Women's Press Club—scholarship and scholarship
fund   grant  ._	
Cariboo Gold Quartz Mining Company—scholarship 	
Cave and Company Limited—scholarship and prize 	
Cayley,   the  late  Mrs.—scholarship  	
Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation (Ottawa)—bursaries
Charkow,   Mr.  A.   Max—bursary  	
Charles E. Frosst 8c Co. (Montreal)—scholarship 	
Chemical   Institute of Canada—prizes 	
Chertkow,  Mr.   Irving G.—bursary 	
Chetkow,  the late Moe and Leah—prize 	
Children's Aid Society of the Catholic Archdiocese of
Vancouver—scholarship   	
Chilliwack  Rotary  Club—bursary 	
Chris   Spencer   Foundation—scholarships   _
Ciba Company   Limited  (Montreal)—prize
1,250.00^
300.00'/
1,300.00/
50.00/
100.00'/
50.00 Y
2,400.00*/
600.00
500.00
y
600.00 Yy
7
500.00
500.00 y
200.00 /
550.00 Yy
300. ooY/
75.00
2,400.00 *'
105.00
650.00
y
y
7,500.00//
1,000.00//
/,
1,000.00-
,000.00
300.00
250.00
350.00 v,
300.00 //
100.00 *■
2,300.00 Y
500.00 y
250.00yy
250.00/    ,
100.00 /
100.00/
250.00 y
50.001
50.00 '
100.00  *•"'
Y
350.00
300.00 V
9,125.001//
100.00  !
,/
20 Clarkson, Gordon 8c Co., Chartered Accounts-
and   prize  	
-research award
Class   of Agriculture '21—scholarship 	
Clayburn-Harbison   Ltd.—fel lowship  	
Cohen,   Mrs.  M.  B.—bursary  	
Cohen,   Mr. and Mrs. Moe—bursary  :	
Coleman, Dr. H. T. J. (scholarship established by anonymous donor)
Collingwood Branch,  No. 48, Canadian Legion—scholarships 	
Collins   &   Collins,   Chartered   Accountants—scholarship   	
Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Canada Limited
—fellowship,   scholarships   and   grant   	
Cooper-Widman    Limited—scholarships   	
Coquitlam   Farmers'   Institute—bursaries   	
Cowichan Valley Medical Association—bursary 	
Crown Zellerbach Canada  Limited—scholarships 	
Cunningham,   Mr. Alvin   (Cypress   Park)—bursary 	
Cunningham, Mr. George T.—scholarship and prize
Dauphinee,   Mr.   T.   M.   (Ottawa)—bursary  	
Davis  8c   Company—bursary 	
Day, the late Dr. Isabel (memorial scholarship given by
anonymous   donor)   	
Deeks-McBride   Ltd.—scholarship   	
Delta   Gamma   Fraternity—bursaries 	
Delta Gamma Sorority, Alpha Phi Chapter
(Dean   of Women's   Fund)  	
Delta   Kappa   Gamma  Association—scholarship  	
Dicks,  Mr. W. Jack H. (Armstrong)—bursary 	
Dilworth,   Dr.   Ira   (Vancouver)—prize   	
Dow Chemical of Canada Limited (Sarnia)—scholarship and grant	
Du Pont of Canada Limited—scholarship and grant 	
.PunsmM'r-   the   late   Hon-   James—scholarshii
East Asiatic Company—scholarships
Edith Cavell Hospital Ltd.—bursary 	
Elkington,  Dr. and Mrs. E. H. W. (Victoria)—scholarship
Empire Stevedoring Company Limited—bursary 	
Engineering   Institute   of   Canada—prize   	
Engineering  Institute of Canada (Vancouver Branch)-
Engineers'  Wives'  Association—bursary 	
Entomological Society of  British Columbia—prize 	
Faculty   of   U.B.C.—scholarship
-prize
Faculty Women's Club of the University of B.C.
-scholarship   and   bursary   	
Federation of Telephone Workers of British Columbia,
Plant   Division—scholarship   	
Finning  Tractor  and   Equipment  Co.   Ltd.—scholarships
Fisheries  Association  of B.C.—scholarships 	
Food Executives Club—scholarship 	
Fort Camp Students' Council—bursaries	
Franks, Mr. and Mrs. Dave—bursary 	
350.00   /
2,000.001/
25.0qY
25.00 /
100.00 Y
200.00 /
100.00
5,900.00
500.00^"
600.00 /
200. OOYy
16,600.00/.
200.00 *'
300.00 Y
250.00 /"
250.001/
75.00 *-"
300.00*--"
200.00/"
50.00*"".
350.00 \Y
240.00 '^
25.00 t>
750.00 .
1,700.00/
200.00
500.00/
50.00^"
400.00 /*
300.00 Y
50.00/-"
150.00 IfY.
300.00 XfY
15.00/
200.00 "^
425.00
500.00 ^
1,500.00 «y
1,200.00//
250.00 /
100.00 '^.
40.00 1/
21 Frank W.  Horner  Limited  (Montreal)—prize    100.00'
Fraser Valley   Bar  Association—bursary    150.00/
Fraser  Valley  Milk   Producers'  Association—bursaries    800.00^/
Fresco   Club—bursary     50.00 VI
Freeman,   Freeman,   Silvers  8c  Koffman—bursary    100.00/'
Freeman,   Mr.   Max—bursary     25.00 * y
Friedman, Dr. and Mrs. Sydney M.—prize   25.00   /
Gamma   Phi  Beta Sorority,  Vancouver Alumnae Chapter—bursary _. 100.00      /
General   Construction  Company  Limited—scholarships    500.00 /
General Motors of Canada Limited—scholarships and grant   10,550.00//
Gehrke,   the  late  J.   W.—memorial  scholarship    100.00 i/
Gibson, Mrs. W. C. and Baird, Mrs. W. S.—prize   50.00 j//
Gill   Interprovincial   Lines  Ltd.—scholarship    250.00 *y
Gladstone Chapter No. 6 C. J. Order of Ahepa—prize   100.00 V
Goldenberg, H. Carl,  Esq., O.B.E.,  Q.C.—prize   15.00/
Gordon  Young   (B.C.)   Limited—bursary   350.00/ _.
Graduating Classes  of   1959—bursary 	
Graham,  the late Dr. J. Meredith (memorial prize given by
anonymous   donor)   	
Greater Vancouver District Registered Nurses' Association
—scholarship     250.00'
Greenberg, Dr. and Mrs. A. B.—bursary  75.00 V
Hall,   Mr.  and  Mrs.  Joseph—scholarship   1 50.001/
bJamberj   the late  Honourable E. W.—scholarships and prize   2,050.00 Vy
Hamilton   Insurance  Agency  Ltd.—scholarship    100.00 /
Hamilton, Lieut. James Douglas (memorial prize provided by friends) 20.00 /
Harrison,  the late Ella J. (memorial prize established by friends)  25.00 '
Hatfield,   Miss  Janet—scholarship     200.00 y
Health  Officers of  British Columbia—prize   100
Heavy Construction Association of B.C.—scholarships and prize — 1,000.00
Hebb, the late Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Carlyle
(scholarship established by son and daughters)   400.00 Yy
Helliwell,   Maclachan   8<   Co.—bursary  _..   200.00 '/
Hill-Tout,  the  late  Ben  (memorial  prize  established  by family ,
and   friends)     40.00 Y/
Hoffar's   Ltd.—scholarship     300.00 L   /
Hoffman-LaRoche   Limited   (Montreal)—scholarship     200.00 /
Holland,   the late  Dr.  Laura  (scholarship established by .
friends and colleagues)    300.00   *'
. MC.II-.-..H     thp   IntP   pr    I nurn srhnlnr shin     65.00  Vy
Holland,   the  late Mrs.  Mary Graham—scholarships   1,000.00-Y
Hoo  Hoo,   Kamloops   Branch—bursary    200.00 /
Hotel  Association  of  Prince  Rupert—scholarship    300.00\y
Hudson's   Bay Company  (Vancouver)—-service  awards    1,584.00 v
Hutchinson, Dr. Andrew H. (scholarship established by friends .
and   colleagues)   175.00*/
Ingledow,   Dr.   T.,   P.Eng.—scholarships    200.00   «/
Inland Natural Gas Co.  Ltd.—scholarship   250.00 /^
Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia—bursary   250.00 (•'
22
D.00 -f/y
3.00V/
..or.1** International  Nickel Company of Canada  Limited
—scholarships   and  grants  	
International Union of United Brewery, Flour, Cereal, Soft Drink and
Distillery Workers of America,   Local  300—bursary
I.O.D.E.,   Vancouver   Municipal   Chapter—scholarship   	
I.O.D.E.,   Bastion    Chapter    (Nanaimo)—bursary    	
I.O.D.E.,   Canadian   Scottish   Chapter—bursary   	
I.O.D.E.,  Coronation   Chapter—bursary   	
I.O.D.E.,   Cowichan   Chapter—bursary   	
I.O.D.E.,   Duncan   Dogwoods   Chapter—bursary
I.O.D.E.,  Jessie  F.  Gordon  Chapter—bursary 	
I.O.D.E.,   Kerrisdale   Chapter—bursary   	
I.O.D.E.,   Lieut. Col.  Merritt,  V.C,   Chapter—bursary 	
I.O.D.E.,  Mildred  Britton  Brock Chapter—bursary
I.O.D.E.,   Point  Grey   Chapter—bursary   	
I.O.D.E.,   Princess   Betty   Chapter—bursary   	
I.O.D.E.,   Provincial   Chapter—bursary   	
I.O.D.E.,  R.C.A.F.   Chapter—bursaries   	
I.O.D.E.,   Royal   City   Chapter—bursary   	
I.O.D.E.,   Royal   Emblem   Chapter—bursary   	
I.O.D.E.,   Ruskin Chapter—Alfred  Newton  Wolverton   Memorial
Bursary   	
I.O.D.E.,  R.A.F. Silver Jubilee Chapter—bursary 	
I.O.D.E.,   Sir Anthony  Eden   Chapter—bursary 	
I.O.D.E.,  Sir Charles Tupper Chapter—bursary 	
Triple   Entente   Chapter—bursaries   	
University  Chapter—prize  	
Unknown  Warrior  Chapter—bursary  	
Valcartier  Camp  Chapter—bursary  	
Worthington   Memorial   Chapter—bursary
I.O.D.E.,
I.O.D.E.,
I.O.D.E.,
I.O.D.E.,
I.O.D.E.,
I.W.A.  Credit Union,   New Westminster—scholarship 	
James, Fern Cochrane—memorial scholarship contributed by friends
Jamieson,  the late Annie  Bruce.  LL.D.—prize 	
Jamieson, the late Annie B.—(scholarship established by
friends   and   colleagues)   	
J.  Fyfe Smith Co.  Limited—scholarship 	
Johnson,  the late Thomas  Holmes-—scholarships 	
Johnston   Terminals  Ltd.—fellowship  	
Johnston, the late Douglas F.—bursaries  	
Kania,  Dr.  and Mrs.  J.   E.—scholarships  	
Kappa Kappa Gamma Mothers' Club (Dean of Women's Fund)
Kappa  Kappa Gamma  Alumnae
(bursaries  and  Dean  of Women's  Fund)   	
Katznelson,   Mr.  and  Mrs.   K.—bursary  	
Kennecott Copper Corporation (New York)—scholarship and grant.
Ketchum  Manufacturing Sales Limited  (Ottawa)—bursary 	
Khaki   University  of  Canada   Administrators—bursaries   	
Kia Ora  Service  Club—bursary   	
4,784.00 /
250.00    y
100.00/
200.00*/^
100.00/T
100.00/
100.00 v/^
3oo.oo y
100.001/
lOO.OOi/
50.00/,
50.001/
lOO.OOV
125.00/'
100.00/
250.00/
75.00/
loo.oo yY
300.00 Yy
100.00/
100.00/
75.00 Y\
400.00 V
50.00 Y
loo.oo y
100.00 /
300.00  '/
250.00 sY
100.00/X"
50.00 *"
150.00^y
250.00 *Y^
1,050.00 y
1,500.00
400.00
1,000.00//
)/-
lOCOO*
200.001/
25.oo y
2,000.00/^
50.001--
500.00
200.00 «•"
y
/
23 King, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. (scholarship in memory of their daughter, y
Karen   Elaine)     350.00 X
Kirk, the late Mrs.  Thomas H—scholarship   100.00 Y
Kitchen, the late Willard (bursaries established as a memorial >
by his daughters)    1,500.00 Y
Kiwanis Club of Vancouver—prize and scholarship   325.00 */
Kiv/assa Club of New Westminster—scholarship   250.00 /
Klein,   the late Mr.   I.  J.—scholarship   150.00 Y
Koch,   Mr. and Mrs. Albert O.—bursary   100.00 /
Koerner,   Leon,   Esq.,   LL.D.—scholarship  and   fellowship   1,500.00  *^
Koerner, the late Thea—(scholarships endowed by friends)   400.00//
Koerner,  Mr.  Walter C.—scholarships and bursary    3,000.00 /
Koerner,  Messrs. Walter and   Leon—scholarship   70.00 y
KVOS   (Canada)   Ltd.—scholarships     200.00^\/
Ladies   Pharmaceutical   Auxiliary—bursaries     200.00 /
Ladies   Pharmaceutical   Auxiliary   (Victoria)—bursary     100.00 /.
Ladner, Leon J.,  Esq., Q.C.—prizes   100.00*/
Ladner, Leon J., Esq., Q.C. and family—scholarship   400.00 v.
Ladner, Downs, Ladner, Locke, Clark and Lenox—prize   50.00 Yy
Lady   Laurier   Club—bursaries     300.00 /
Lambert,  Brigadier  Noel  D.—scholarship    300.00 \Y
Lando,  Mr.  Esmond—bursary   100.00 Y
Lorsen, the  late  Professor Thorleif—(scholarship established as a
memorial by friends)   100.00'*/
Later Chemicals Ltd.—scholarship   100.00 Y
Law Society of  British Columbia—prize   __ 200.00 /^
Lederle  Research Division, American Cyanamid Company y
—scholarships      l,200.00f
Leeson, the late Dr. H. Lavell—scholarship established by ,
family,   colleagues,   and  friends   100.00/
Lefevre, the late Mrs. J.  M.—scholarship  125.00Y
LeFohn,  Mr.   L.  J.—scholarship   250.00 t
Leon  and Thea   Koerner  Foundation—scholarships   3,000.00r
Le Patourel. the   late Mr.   H.  C.—fellowship   500.00 /
Life  Underwriters Association of Vancouver—scholarship   275.00^
Lions Club of Vancouver Chinatown—bursary   100.00 /
K
Lions Gate Branch No. 79, Canadian Legion—scholarships   500.00 .    ,
Lions Ladies Club  (Vancouver)—bursaries   400.00 *-
Little,  the late  David  Bell—scholarship established  by y
friends and family   100.00 Yy
Lower   Mainland   Pharmacists'   Association—bursary     100.00 Yy
Macaulay, Nicolls, Maitland 8c Co.  Ltd.—scholarship   250.00 j//
Mallinkrodt Chemical Works Limited (Montreal)—prize   25.00 /
Mead Johnson  of Canada Ltd.  (Toronto)—prize   50.00 Y,
Medical   Ball   Bursary  Committee—bursaries    2,000.00 i/
Medical  Board of the Vancouver General Hospital—scholarship   200.00    J
Mobil Oil of Canada Ltd. (Calgary)—scholarship and grant   800.00'/
Morrison,   Mrs.   A.   B.—scholarship    70.00/
Morrison Steel   8c Wire Co.  Ltd.—service award   300.00 /
24 Mount Pleasant-Cambie Kiwanis Club—bursary-loan 	
Mulholland,   Mrs.  F. D.  and family—bursary 	
Munro, Mrs. E. and Miss Constance—scholarship in memory of
Ernest  A.   Munro  	
Murphy,   Brigadier and  Mrs.  William—scholarship  	
Mvers.  the late Dr.  Ernest Roland-—scholarships 	
McCarter,  Nairne 8c Partners, Architects—scholarship
McGill   Graduates'   Society  of  B.C.—scholarship 	
Maclnnes, Dr. Isabel (prize donated by friends in her honour)..
Maclnnes,   Mr. W. H.—scholarship and prizes 	
Mcintosh   Supply   Ltd.—scholarship   	
McKee, the late Mrs. P. A.—X)P7P	
MrKpp   the late Dr.  Dovid—scholarship 	
Mackenzie, Mr. Don—bursary in his honour established by
friends  and colleagues 	
MacKenzie, Dr. N. A. M.—prize established in his honour
McLean   Foundation   (Toronto)—bursaries   	
McLean Fraser. the late Clara (fellowships in memory
of  her  husband)  	
MacMillan, H. R., Esq., D.Sc, LL.D., C.B.E.-
and  scholarships
-prizes
MacMillan, Bloedel 8c Powell River Limited—scholarships
Macmillan Company of Canada Limited (Toronto)—prizes
MacRae,   Mrs.   John—bursary
Nabob Foods Division, Kelly Douglas 8c Co. Ltd.—scholarships	
Nagler, the late Victoria—memorial bursary contributed by friends
National Council of Jewish Women, Vancouver Section
—bursaries and scholarship 	
National Paper Box Company Limited—bursaries 	
Native   Daughters of  British  Columbia—scholarship 	
Naval Officers Association of British Columbia—scholarships
and  bursary-loans  	
Neilson, the late Dr. J. R.—memorial book prize
established by a   friend   	
Nemetz, Nathan T., Esq., Q.C. and Herman, Esq.—scholarship
Nicholson,  the late Dr.  F. J.—scholarships 	
Nisei   Varsity   Club)—scholarship   _.
Northern Commercial Company  Limited  (Seattle)—scholarship
Northern Electric Company Limited (Montreal)—fellowship
and   scholarship   	
North Shore Medical Society—bursary 	
Northwest   Plaster  Bureau—scholarship  	
O'Leary, the late Paul A. (prizes established by anonymous donor
as   a   memorial)   	
Oppenheimer Bros. 8c Company—scholarship 	
Osier,  Hammond  and  Nanton—scholarship 	
Osier Society of Vancouver—scholarship 	
Owen, the late Richard—memorial prize 	
Pacific Brewers' Warehousing Ltd.—scholarships
400.00 yy
75.00 y
150.00 *"/
250.00 )fX
1,900.00^-^
400.00 Yy
\00.00'y
100.00 *-
1,350.00//
250.00 / '
40.00 Y
200.00 -—
250.00 *-""
5o.oo y
1,000.00 y
2,250.00i/
/
5,800.00
1,900.00/
100.00 *^ y
200.00 Yf
1,000.00/
100.00 //
300.00^y
AOO.OOy
\50.00.y
900.00/^
50.00 Y
100.00 Ay
i ,000.00 *y
100.00'"/
5oo.oo yy
2,000.00 */
loo.oo *y
250.00 V
100.00-^
5oo.oo y
200.00/"*
200.00 «-""
25.00 y
5,000.00 y
25 Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. (New Westminster)—scholarships- 692.00 '/
Pacific Meat Company Limited—bursary   200.00 v
Pacific  Northwest   Personnel   Management Association—scholarship 250.00 Y
Palmer, the late Richard Claxton  (scholarship established by
friend  and  colleagues)     300.00   /
Pan-Abode  (1951)   Ltd.—scholarship   500.00//
Panhellenic Association and Inter-Fraternity Council—bursary   35.00 V .
Paper   Industry   Management   Association—scholarship     225.00/
Pearce, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.  (Sardis)—scholarship   100.00'/
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell 8c Co.—scholarship and service award   696.00'-^^
Pemberton   Securities   Limited—scholarship     250.00 /
Pendakur,  Mr.  V.   S.—scholarship    400.00 /
P.E.O.   Sisterhood,  Chapter AD—bursary    100.00* .
P.E.O.   Sisterhood,  Chapter AM—bursary   100.00 /
P.E.O.   Sisterhood,   Chapter   B—bursary    100.00*
P.E.O.   Sisterhood,   Vancouver Chapters—bursary    345.00*/
Peter Kiewit Sons Co. of Canada Limited—scholarship   500.00V
Pfizer   (Canada)—fellowship   500.00   f
Pharmaceutical Association of the Province of British Columbia
—scholarship  and  prize    150.00 /_
Pi   Beta Phi  Fraternity,  Vancouver Alumnae Club—scholarship  500.00 //
Phi  Gamma Delta  Fraternity,  Pi Gamma Chapter—bursary   75.00 /
Phillips,  the  late Sperry  (bursary established by
friends   and   colleagues)     150.00 v/
Phrateres, Theta Chapter  (U.B.C.)—scholarships   150.00/
Plant,  Mr.  G.   E.—prize   25.00.//
Police  Mutual   Benevolent Association—scholarship   250.00^ ,.
Polish   Friendship   "Zgoda"   Society—prize     100.00/,
Pop,  Mr. R. J.—scholarship   150.00 /
Poulenc  Limited   (Montreal)—fellowship and scholarship    750.00 /
Pre-Medical   Society  (U.B.C.)—bursary    200.00/
Price Waterhouse 8c Company—scholarship and service award   646.00 Y
Primrose  Conservative  Club  of Vancouver—scholarships    400.00  ^
Pringle,  Flying Officer Reverend George Robert
—(memorial bursary established by friends)   250.00  ' /
Procter 8c Gamble Company of Canada Limited—bursaries and grant 2,100.00 /
Provincial Council of British Columbia, Canadian Daughters' League y
—bursaries     200.00^
Provincial Health  Branch of the Province of British Columbia
—scholarship      100.00 L/
Quota   Club  {Vancouver)—bursary   100.00^
Ravenhill,  the  late Dr.  Alice—scholarship   200.001/
Rayonier Canada  Limited—scholarships   2,000.00Vy'
R.C.A.F. Veterans'   Fund—bursaries   500.00 /
Rea,  Mr.  Bill—scholarship   1,000.00 •,
Read,  Jones,   Christoffersen—scholarship   200.00/
Reynolds, Mr.  and Mrs. S. R.—bursaries   300.00"j/
Riddell,   Stead,  Graham, 8c Hutchison (Chartered Accountants)
—service   award    396.00  \'
26 Rogers, the late Jonathan C.—scholarships and bursaries         4,000.00
Rotary Club of New Westminster—bursary   250.00
Robertson, Dr. H. Rocke—prize established in his honour   150.00 *^/
Robert S.  Day and Son Limited—bursary   150.00^^
00
'"y
Rotary Club of Vancouver—bursaries    1,500.00 »
Rothstein, the late Mr. A.—bursary (contributed by family)  _' 100.00 >/
Royal Arch Masonic Order—scholarships   600.00/
Royal   Institution—scholarships   1,600.00 I
Rush,   the   late  George—bursaries     200.00 '
Ryckman, the  late Nancy E.—scholarship   250.00'
Schinbein, Mrs. A. B. and Dr. John E.—scholarship   250.00/^
Schlage Lock Company of Canada   Limited—scholarship   250.00f/
Sclater, Captain John (New Westminster)—scholarship  250.00ft/
Schultz, His Honour Judge William A.—prize   100.00 l/
Sea Going  Hacks—bursary   200.00^
Seattle   Branch,  U.B.C.   Alumni—scholarship    240.OOYy
Shnffpr   thp  Into M"rinn  A —bursary   350.00t/
Shapiro,  the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
—(bursary donated  by his children)    50.00"^
Shaw, the late James Curtis—scholarship (established by friends y
and colleagues)   100.00 Yf
Shell Oil Company of Canada Limited—fellowship and grant   2,300.00/
Siddoo,   Mr.   Kapoor Singh—scholarships    500.00 / _
Sidney Roofing and Paper Co. Ltd.—scholarship   250.00 |<f
Sigma  Phi   Delta  Fraternity—bursary  50.00/
Signus Club of Vancouver—prize   150.00/^
Simson-Maxwell   Ltd.—bursary   200.00'//
Smith,  Davidson 8c Lecky Ltd.—scholarships   500.00*Y
Smith,   Mr.   Frank  F.—scholarship    300.00 Yy
Smith, the late Jean Mcintosh—scholarship   450.00 //_
Social Work Staff—prize   25.00-/
Soderman, the late Daisy Sidney-—bursaries   2,000.00''^
Spohn,  Dr.  Peter H.—memorial scholarship donated by
friends  and colleagues    150.00/*/.
S. P. Slinn Ltd., Consulting  Engineers—scholarship   100.00 %Y
Standard Oil Company of British Columbia Limited
—fellowship,   grant,   and   scholarships     4,500.00 .//^
Steel Company of Canada—bursaries and grant   2,000.00 •/
St.   Paul's  Medical Staff—bursary   300.00/
Stry  Credit   Union—bursary    300.00 >Y
Summer Session Association—scholarships, prizes and bursary   585.00 / ,
Summerland   Kiwanis   Club—bursary   ... 100.00 /
Super-Valu Stores Ltd.—scholarship   \,500.00Yy
Surrey  Co-operative  Association—bursary    . 300.00'/'
Swan, Col.  and Mrs.  W. G.—bursary   500.00 /
Taylor,  Mr.  Austin C.—scholarship   250.00//
Tnvlnr    the   IntP   FlJTnhpth   RrvHon—sc-holnrshin     250.00//
Terminal  City Club—scholarship    100.00 Yy
The California Standard Company—scholarships   2,700.00 y
27 The Canada Permanent Trust Company—prize 	
The   Vancouver Sun—scholarships 	
Thorn, the late David—scholarships and bursary 	
Thompson, the late Dr. Charles J.—prizes 	
Timber Management  Limited  (Vancouver)—service  award
Timber Preservers Limited—prizes 	
Timber  Sales  8c  Distributors  Limited—scholarship  	
Toban,   Mr.   Louis—bursaries  	
Toohill, the late Louis Lipsey—scholarships 	
Trans-Canada   Investment  Corporation   Limited—scholarship 	
Trans-Mountain Oil  Pipe Line Company—scholarships and grant ..
Transportation and Customs Bureau, Vancouver Board of Trade
—prizes   	
Truck  Loggers'  Association—scholarships 	
Tri-Services Committee,  University of  B.C.—scholarship  	
Turnbull, Mrs.  H.   L.  W.  and  family—scholarships 	
U.B.C.  Employees, Local Union   1 1 6—scholarship 	
Union  Carbide Canada  Limited—scholarships and grant 	
United Fishermen and Allied Workers Union—scholarship 	
United Jewish Peoples Order (Vancouver Branch)—scholarship ...
Universities'   Service  Club—bursary  	
University of British Columbia   Branch No.  72 of the
Canadian   Legion—scholarships  and  bursaries 	
University Nurses'  Club—scholarship  	
University of Toronto Alumnae—Dean of Women's Fund 	
University Women's Club of Vancouver—scholarship and bursaries
University Women's  Club  of  New Westminster—scholarship  	
University Women's Club of White  Rock—bursary 	
Upper  Vancouver  Island   Medical  Society—bursary  	
Vancouver and   District   Home   Economics  Association—scholarship
Vancouver  Bar  Association—bursaries   	
Vancouver  B'nai   B'rith   Hillel   Foundation—scholarships  	
Vancouver Chinese Association  of Commerce—bursary 	
Vancouver City  Hall   Employees  Association—bursary 	
Vancouver Electrical   Association—scholarship   	
Vancouver Elementary School Teachers' Association
—scholarships   and   prizes   	
Vancouver Federal   Employees Credit  Union—bursary 	
Vancouver Festivol    Society—scholarships    .	
Vancouver Foundation—
The Edward J. Meilicke Fund 	
The Ellen  Ethel McHattie Bursary Fund 	
The U.B.C.  Scholarship and Bursary Fund 	
The VanDusen Graduote Fellowships in Forestry 	
Vancouver  Hoo   Hoo Club—scholorships  	
Vancouver Junior   Chamber  of  Commerce—scholarship   	
Vancouver Local  Office,   Unemployment  Insurance Commission
—scholarship     	
50.00 y
5,000.00 y
400.00/
100.00 Yy
250.00K,
250.00 y
350.001/
200.00 Yy
1,500.00
150.00/
5,000.001
Vf
>//
300.00*/
250.00 V/
600.00 /
890.00 y
250.00 V/
2,500.00 /
200.00 V/
.//
150.00'
200.00
/
/
1,500.00
100.00*
75.00
800.00 l/.,
250.00 Yy
100.00 Y/
250.00//
250.00'
)V/
>V
i oo.oo v
150.00/
250.00/
600.00//
250.00*
1,600.00 Vy
350.00 VV
500.00 I
250.00 Yy
300.00 /
400.00 l/y
,000.00 /
500.00/
300.00 y
.     /
150.00 V
28 £
Vancouver Panhellenic Alumnae  Association—bursary    200.00 /
Vancouver Policemen's   Union—scholarship     250.00 /
Vancouver Postal   Club—scholarship     150.00''',
Vancouver Real   Estate  Board—scholarship     500.00v
Vancouver Sales   Executives   Club—scholarships     400.00 */
Vancouver Secondary School Teachers' Association—scholarships — 600.00 V y
Vancouver Secondary   Women   Teachers—scholarship     300.00 jry
Vancouver Stock   Exchange—scholarship     250.00 »/-
Vancouver Tug Boat Co. Ltd.—scholarship   500.00 /
Vancouver Women's  Canadian   Club—scholarships    400.00 /""
Vickar, the late Dr. Joseph—memorial bursary contributed by friends 100.00i/-
Victoria Daily Times (Victoria)—prize   100.00"/
Victoria Home Economics and Dietetics Association—bursary   100.00'*'/
Wainwright, the  late  Iris V.—scholarship   135.00 (-/-"
War Amputations of Canada, Vancouver Branch—bursaries   2,000.00
War Memorial Bursary Fund—bursary   70.0.0
Wamer-Lambert Canada Limited—fellowship and grant   1,500.00*
Warren, the late R. Morgan—scholarship endowed by friends
and   colleagues    250.00 Y~
Waterman,  Mr.  and  Mrs.   M.  M.—bursary   25.00 /
Weaver,  Dean  Emeritus M.  M.—prizes   75.00 /
WP"-"1"1.   *h~   Ut°   ' '"'""   KA"" I    cr^V-^l^r-hip     60.00//-
Western Canada Steel Ltd.—scholarships   1,000.00 Y
Western  Plywood  Company  Limited—bursaries    250.00
West Kootenay Branch, B.C. Division, Canadian Medical Association y
—bursary     250.00 Y\
West Kootenay Rod and Gun Club Association—bursary   100.00/
Westminster  Medical  Association—bursary     400.00*-"'/
Westminster Paper Company (New Westminster)—scholarships   3,800.00/
West Vancouver Teachers' Association—scholarship   175.00 Yy
Whitelaw, Mrs. W. A. and family—scholarship  _:  200.00 Y.
Williams, Mr. E. F. (West Vancouver)—scholarship   200.00 "/,
Winspear,  Higgins, Stevenson  and Doane—scholarship   300.00 ^
Women's Big Block Clufci—scholarship   75.00/^
Woman's Christian Temperance Union of British Columbia—prizes 75.00 lf^
Woodward, thfi late Hon   w- c-—scholarship;   250.00 Y
Woodward  Stores  Ltd.—scholarships     4,000.00///.
World  University Service,   U.B.C.  Committee—bursaries   1,000.00 ify.
Yarrows   Limited   (Victoria)—scholarships     500.00 ^//
Young,   Dr.   Maurice—prize    50.00 LfY
Zeta  Beta  Tau,  Alpha  Chi  Chapter—bursary    50.00 Y
Zeta Psi  Fraternity,  Sigma   Epsilon Chapter—bursary   50.00 *^
Anonymous  Donors:
one   bursary     100.00w
three   prizes    :  125.00 *-^
one scholarship   50.00 <—'
29 CONTINUING  DONATIONS  OF MEDALS,  BOOKS AND   EQUIPMENT  PRIZES
Ambassador of Switzerland (Ottawa): book prizes donated by His Excellency.
American   Institute   of Chemical   Engineers:   membership,   membership   pin,   and
subscription.
Association of Professional Engineers of British Columbia: gold medal.
Bristol Laboratories of Canada (Montreal): books.
British Columbia Lumberman: award of merit, subscription, and double payment
for articles published.
British Columbia Teachers' Federation: two silver medals.
Canada Law Book Company Limited (Toronto): books.
Canadian Association of Geographers: books.
Canadian Institute of Forestry: gold medal.
Canadian Pharmaceutical Association: books.
Carswell Company Limited (Toronto): books.
C. V. Mosby Company (St. Louis, Missouri): book prizes in Medicine.
Eagles, Dean B. A.: book prizes.
Federal Republic of Germany: book prizes.
Frank W. Horner Limited (Montreal): two gold medals.
Goodwin-Ellis Advertising Ltd.: gold medal.
Government of France: medal and book prizes.
Governor General of Canada: gold medal provided by His Excellency.
Graduating Class of 1958 (Commerce): merit shields.
Hamber. the late Honourable E. W.: gold medal.
Hoffman-LaRoche Limited (Montreal): prize.
Ingram & Bell Limited: special gifts.
International House Association (Vancouver): book prize.
Kiwanis Club of Vancouver: gold medal.
Law Society of British Columbia: gold medal.
Lefevre, the late Mr. J. M.: gold medal.
Merck & Co. Limited (Montreal): books.
Mcintosh, Mr. William George: book prize.
Poulenc Limited (Montreal): gold medal.
Royal Architectural Institute of Canada: medal.
Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, Division of Sandoz (Canada) Ltd. (Dorval): book prizes
and equipment.
Sigma Tau  Upsilon  Honorary Agricultural  Fraternity:   gold medal  in  memory of
Professor Wilfred Sadler.
Singer Sewing Machine Co. (Vancouver): portable electric sewing machine.
United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada (Vancouver Branch): silver medal.
Vancouver Natural History Society: book prize.
Weaver, Dean Emeritus Myron M.: silver medal.
Anonymous: the Richard and Mary Legh Trophy.
Anonymous: book prize.
30 CONTINUING LOAN AND ASSISTANCE FUNDS
Agricultural Undergraduate Society (in honour of Dean Clements).
Association of Professional Engineers of British Columbia (in memory of Edward
Augustus Wheatley).
Bennett, the late Dr. A. E. H. (for medical students).
Bollert, the late Dean Mary L. (established by her family and friends).
„Bower, the late Pntricin E,
British Columbia Tuberculosis Society.
Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, British Columbia Section.
The Caribbean Students' Association.
Classes of  1929 (in commemoration of the observance of the 25th anniversary
of the Class of '29).
Class of Law '48 (on tenth anniversary).
Cliff, the late RopU^ I nrrninp
College of Dental Surgeons of B.C.
Columbia Preceptory No. 34 Knights Templar Vancouver.
Corkum, Mr. Carroll Howe.
Cromie-Dix Memorial   Fund  (established  by colleagues  and  friends  in   memory
of Samuel Patrick Cromie and William Derek Dix).
Cutler,  Mrs.  Leila   B.  and Messrs.   Richard and   Lawrence  (in  memory  of Carl
J. Cutler).
E. L. Sauder Lumber Company Limited (Mrs. Amy E. Sauder Trust Fund).
Frith, Mr. Walter D.
Gibson, Mr. W. Clarke and other donors (medical students loan fund).
Graduating Classes of 1928 (Wesbrook Memorial).
Graduating Classes of 1937.
Graduating Classes of 1952.
Graduating Classes of 1955.
Graduating Classes of 1956.
Graham, the late Roy (memorial established by his family).
Hamilton, the late Mr. Duncan A.
Imperial Industries Limited.
Kierstead, the late Prof. E. M. (memorial established by anonymous donor).
Knox,  the   late Dr.  A.   W.  D.  (Bill)  (memorial  established by  his  friends  and
colleagues).
Robertson, Mrs. Lemuel F. and family (the Lemuel F. Robertson Memorial Fund
in Classics).
Matchett, Mr. Robert S., and others.
Mount Pleasant-Cambie Kiwanis Club.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Woodward's Foundation.
Murphy, the late Paul E.
MacGill, the late Judge Helen Gregory (memorial established by her family and
friends).
MacMillan, H. R., Esq., D.Sc, LL.D., C.B.E., (one for forestry students and one
for others).
Nursing Students Assistance Fund (various donors).
31 Pacific Coast Branch, Technical Division, Canadian Pulp and Paper Association.
Pharmaceutical Association of the Province of British Columbia.
Pharmacy Alumni (in memory of Deon E. L. Woods).
Phi Delta Delta Legal Sorority.
Pi Beta Phi Fraternity.
Rotary Club of Marpole.
Sato, Mr. Tsutoe
Sauder, the late Mrs. Amy E.
Section of General Practice, B.C. Division, C.M.A.
Sherwood, Mr. Ernest G.
Special Spring Session Students, 1946.
Summer Session Association.
Thompson, the late Dr. Charles J.
University Student Liberal Club.
University Women's Club of New Westminster.
Vancouver Normal School.
Vancouver Normal School Graduates.
Wina. the late Marjorie Thelma.
W. K. Kellogg Foundation.
Worthington, the late Dr. G. H. (in memory of his sons).
Anonymous donors (various funds).
OTHER AWARDS MADE AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS
Alliance Francaise (Vancouver)—summer scholarship.
American Can Co.—award and grants.
B.C. Academy of Sciences—awards and grants.
B.C. Indian Arts and Welfare Society—bursaries.
B.C. Youth Foundation—financial assistance for students.
British Columbia Library Association—bursaries and loans for students.
British Columbia Social Credit League—essay prize of $500.
British Council.
Burnaby District Teachers' Council—bursaries.
Canada Council—scholarships.
Canadian Association of Real Estate Boards—scholarship.
Cangdian Federation of University Women—scholarships.
Canadian Foundation for the Advancement of Pharmacy—Graduate Fellowship,
E. L. Woods Memorial Prize, and the Aubrey A. Brown Award.
Canadian Industries Limited—fellowships in Wildlife Management.
Canadian Institute of International Affairs—Newton Wesley Rowell Postgraduate
scholarships.
Canadian Legion (Dominion and B.C. Commands)—entrance scholarships.
Canadian Legion (various branches throughout the Province)—numerous scholarships.
Catholic Lawyers Guild—bursaries.
Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation (Ottawa)—fellowships for community
planning.
Collingvvood Branch No. 48 Canadian Legion—scholarships.
32 Commonwealth Scholarships.
Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Canada Limited—undergraduate
scholarship.
Crofton House Alumnae—entrance scholarship.
Crown Zellerbach Canada Limited—scholarships.
Eldorado Mining and Refining Limited (Ottawa)—fellowship.
Engineering Institute of Canada—Harry F. Bennett Loan Fund.
French Government—scholarships.
Imperial Oil Limited—undergraduate and graduate scholarships and grants.
Imperigl Order Daughters of the Empire—entrance bursaries and overseas scholarships.
International Nickel Compgny of Conada—graduate research fellowships.
International   Pulp, Sulphite, and  Paper Mill Workers, Local 312,  Ocean   Falls
—entrance scholarship.
I.O.O.F.,  Grand Lodge, Grand  Encampment,   and  Rebekah Assembly—bursaries
to the total of $1200.
I.W.A. Local 1-80—scholarship.
Johnson Foundation (Racine, Wisconsin)—scholarships. *,■
Langley School District Scholarship—bursary fund.
Leon and Thea Koerner Foundation—scholarships, prizes, and grants.
Leonard Foundation—scholarships.
Mackenzie King Scholarship Trustees—scholarships.
MacMillan, Bloedel & Powell River Limited—$2,800 in entrance scholarships.
National Research Council—bursaries, studentships, and post-doctoral fellowships.
Northern Electric Company—bursaries.
North Vancouver Teachers' Associotion—scholarship.
Ontario Reseorch Foundation—research scholarships.
Order of the Eastern Star—scholarship.
P.E.O. Sisterhood—student loans.
Pilkington Glass Limited (Toronto)—scholarships.
Rhodes Scholarship Trust—scholarship.
Rotary Club of Duncan.
Rotary Foundation—fellowships.
Royal Canadian Engineer Memorial Scholarship.
Royal Commissioners for the Exhibition of 1851—scholarships.
Salmon Arm Teachers' Association—scholarship.
Shell International Petroleum Company—fellowhips.
Social Science Research Council—awgrds and grants.
Summerland (Alumni and Citizens)—entrance scholarship.
Territorial Government of Yukon—scholarships.
United Kingdom Government—Athlone Overseas Scholarships.
University Women's Club of Victorio—student loans.
Viscount Bennett Trust Fund (Cangdian Bar Association)—scholarship.
West Point Grey Branch, Canadian Legion—scholarship.
Women's Institute of B.C.—scholarship.
Woodrow Wilson Foundation—fellowships and grant.
World University Service (U.B.C. Branch)—exchange scholarships.
33 SPECIAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Department of Education Student Assistance Funds:
Government of B.C. Scholarships to the total of $241,155 and Government
Bursaries to the total of $86,010.00 (for students in attendance at the
University of B.C.).
The Plimsoll Club (Vancouver).
Waterman, Mr. M. M.—special assistance in obtaining bursaries.
INCREASES IN  EXISTING AWARDS
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation:
prizes for playwriting competition  increased from total of $200 to total of
$500.
Ladner, Downs, Ladner, Locke, Clark and Lenox:
Allan S. Gregory Memorial Prize increased from $50 to $100 annually.
Osier Society of Vancouver:
scholarship in internal medicine increased from $100 to $200 annually.
Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. (New Westminster):
two entrance scholarships of $250 each increased to $346 each.
Signus Club of Vancouver:
prize in graduating year, Faculty of Medicine,  increased from $75 annually
to $100.
Triple Entente Chapter, I.O.D.E.:
additional  bursary of $100  provided for session   1961-62;  available  in  the
Faculty of Medicine.
U.B.C. Alumni Association:
number of  U.B.C.  Alumni   Regional   Scholarships   of   $300  each   increased
from sixteen  to twenty-two.
Union Carbide Canada Limited:
four-year scholarship increased from $2000 annuglly to $2500 annually.
SPECIAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Melvin, Mr. H. F. (Richmond):
sum of $5,000 made available to provide loans for worthy and deserving
studies.
NEW AWARDS AND LOAN  FUNDS
Aluminium Laboratories Ltd. (Montreal):
annual   fellowship  ranging  from  $1100  to  $1600  for graduate  study  and
research in the field of physical metallurgy.
Alumni Development Fund:
a scholarship of $100 for the session  1961-62 as a memorial to Herman
D.   Bischoff.
B.C. Dental Association:
scholarship of $250 and three bursaries of $250 each for students proceeding
to dentistry.
Bower, the late Patricia Edwina de Boinne:
bequest to establish the Col. Herbert Mercer Loan Fund.
The Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society:
prize of $50 in the Faculty of Medicine for the best graduating essay in
the field of rheumatic and collagen tissue diseases.
34 Canadian Uranium Research Foundation:
fellowship of $1500 for graduate study and research in Metallurgy, plus
$800  for summer months.
Canadian Western Pipe Mills Ltd. and Alberta Phoenix Tube and Pipe Ltd.:
bursaries to the total of $1500  for students  in Mining and Metallurgy in
the session   1960-61;   and a  contribution  of  $1000 for World  University
Exchange students.
Cave and Company Limited:
annual scholarship of $ 150 for students in the field of chemistry.
Chopter AE, P.E.O. Sisterhood:
bursory of $75 in the session 1960-61 for woman student in Social Work.
College of Dental Surgeons of B.C.:
two loans of $500 each for women students beginning studies  leading to
certification in British Columbia as dental  hygienists. Offered annually.
Corkum, Mr. Carroll Howe (Keats Island):
student aid fund for students in teacher training.
Engineering Institute of Canada (Vancouver Branch):
prize of $100 for students proceeding to Third Year Engineering, for
members of E.I.C., Student Chapter. For high academic standing.
Far East Week Committee:
a scholarship of $ 100 for undergraduates in the field of Asian Studies.
Goodwin Ellis Advertising Ltd. (Vancouver and Calgary):
The T. Howard Goodwin Gold Medal and honororium for the outstonding
student in the Communications Programme.
Highmoor, Mr. C. K. (Islington, Ontario):
The Walter and Elizobeth Highmoor Prize of $25 (for agriculture or animal
husbandry) in honour of the memory of his parents; and the Margaret
Highmoor Dryden Bursary of $25 (for women students in honour of the
memory of his sister. Offered annually.
Jessie F. Gordon Chapter, I.O.D.E.:
bursary for $75 for students proceeding to Second Year Education.
Johnston   thp Intp Dniirilnc: F   .pc-tnta.-
two or more bursaries of $500 each, one in agriculture, and one in engineering, provided annually by a bequest from the late Douglas F. Johnston.
Johnston Terminals Ltd.:
annual fellowship of $1500 for graduate study and research in the field of
Commerce and Business Administration.
Johnston, the Inte Thnmnt Hnlmpc. .Prinrp Rupert).,
bequest to provide bursaries in the amount of $1050 annually for students
from Prince Rupert attending the University.
King, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. (Calgary):
a scholarship of $350 in memory of their daughter, Karen Elaine, for
students in any year and faculty.
Koerner, the late Thea:
annual scholarship of $400 endowed in memory of Thea Koerner by her
friends for award in the fields of fine arts, music, and theatre.
Larsen, the late Professor Thorleif:
scholarship of $100 annually, endowed by friends and colleagues as a memorial to Professor Thorleif Larsen.
Maclnnes, Mr. W. H.:
annual scholarships to the total of $175 for students entering the University
from high school with highest standing in English.
Mcintosh, Mr. William George:
endowed book prize in the Faculty of Medicine in memory of his brother
Dr. Hamish Heney Mcintosh. '
35 Owen, the late Richard:
memorial prize established by friends in the Faculty of Medicine, to honour
Richard Owen who lost his life in the summer of 1960.
Point Grey Chapter, I.O.D.E.:
bursary of $ 100 for students entering Education from Senior Matriculation.
Royal Emblem Chapter, I.O.D.E.:
bursary of $100 for undergraduates in   Education   proceeding   from Grade
XIII or First Year University.
Sclater, Captain John (New Westminster):
an annual scholarship of $250, in memory of his wife, Elsie Black Lorimer
Sclater, for students in any year and faculty.
Sherwood, Mr. Ernest G. (Richmond):
loan fund of $50,000 for students in attendance at the University requiring
financial assistance.
Society of Chemical Industry, Canadian Section:
two merit awards,  one  in  Honours Chemistry and the other  in  Chemical
Engineering,  for students achieving highest standing in these fields in the
Final Year.
S. P. Slinn Ltd., Consulting Engineers:
scholarship in engineering of $100.
Vancouver Chinese Association of Commerce:
annual   bursary  of  $100  for  students  beginning   or  continuing   studies   in
Commerce  and   Business Administration.
Vancouver Foundation:
(a) The University of British Columbia Scholarship and Bursary Fund, initiated by a bequest from the late Archibald P. Glen.
(b) The Edward J. Meilicke Fund, bequeathed by the late Edward J.
Meilii-k.p., for bursaries to students in the B.Sc. progromme. Annual
bursary of  $250.
(c) The Ellen Ethel McHattie Memorigl Bursgry Fund, bequeathed by the
late C T. McHattie. to provide an annual bursary of $300.
Vancouver Hoo Hoo Club:
scholarship of $250 for graduate or undergraduate  study  in  the field of
development, merchandising, or promotion of forest products.
Various donors (through Dr. F. W. B. Hurlburt):
endowment to provide the Dr. Peter H. Spohn Memorial Prize for student in
the graduating class outstonding in paediatrics.
Winn, the late E. S. H., Q.C:
memorial scholarship of $300 annually established by Dr.  Ronald Waddell
(Prince   Rupert),   Dr.   Herbert  Guenther   (Vancouver),   and   Dr.   Gary   Hall
(Vancouver), for students proceeding to dentistry.
Witton, the late Seth:
memorial bursary of $100 in the Faculty of Medicine donated in memory
of Seth Witton by his family, for the session 1961-62.
Zack, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney:
a scholarship of $500 to be awarded in May, 1961, in social work; given
in honour of the Bar Mitzvah of Richard Zack.
Anonymous:
two bursaries of $100 each for the session   1961-62 in memory of David
Palmer  Hemsworth  and  Ray Rein  Erisalu,  for students entering  University
from certain Vancouver schools.
36 GIFTS TO THE LIBRARY
American   Institute of Pacific Relations (New York):   forty-six books about the
Orient.
Angus, Mrs. H. F.: fifteen books, Rossetti first editions.
Arkley, Mr. Stanley (Bellevue, Washington): three books, translations of Mairaux.
Armstrong, Dr. John E.: twenty-six books, geological and anthropological.
Atomic Energy of Canada (Ottawa): two books on radioactive wastes.
Bryce, Dr. W. A.: thirteen books, chemistry.
Canadian Music Centre (Toronto): seventeen scores, Canadian compositions.
Chinese Classical Theatre (Peking, China): book, China, 1959.
Crummy, Mr. Eber: fifty-one books, general English literature.
Departments of Geology and Geography: thirty-six books, geological and meteroro-
logical  reports.
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Bad Godeburg: twelve books, works of Leopold
von  Ranke.
Doyle,   Mr.   Henry  (Sherman   Oaks,   California):   eight   hundred  and   two   books,
Canadiana, voyages and miscellaneous.
Dwyer, Miss Melva: nine books, fine arts.
Federal   Republic   of  Germany   (through   the   Consul,   Vancouver):   two   books,
German History.
Harvey, Mr. William: forty-six books, social work and English letters.
Holland, Professor W. L.: three thousand reference works in Asian Studies; sixty
books in Asian Studies and Japanese Art.
Hoops,  Dr.  W. D.  (Consul,  Vancouver,   Federal   Republic  of Germany):   twenty
books, serials, German life and history.
Hunter,  Mrs. Gordon  (in   memory of her   father,   Aristodemo Giovanni  Marin):
fifty-two books, romance literature.
Institute of Fisheries (UBC): ten books on fishing.
Koerner, Mr. Walter C: sixteen books, religious works.
Krajina, Dr. V.: book - Dr. Jan Masaryk, first published work.
Leeson, Mrs. Lavell (Crescent Beach): eleven books, general.
Martin,  Miss Fredericka  (Guernevaca,  Mexico):  thirty-six books,   linguistics and
miscellaneous.
McLennan,   Mr.   Lester  (Fullerton,   California):   six  books   on   universities,   and
twelve books miscellaneous; several books,  university publications.
MacMillan,   H.  R.   Esq.,  C.B.E.,   LL.D.,   D.Sc:  fourteen   books,  Canadiana;  one
hundred and twenty-four books, commercial history.
Newsom, Miss Helen: sixty-four books - bound serials, miscellaneous.
Ney, Major Fred (London, England): three books, Italian classics.
Norris,   Hon.  Mr. Justice T.  G.:  twenty-three  books,  proceedings of the  International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, pamphlets of the American New-
commen Society.
Odium, Mr. Edward F.: one hundred and eighty-five books, serials, Canadiana,
miscellaneous works, Greek texts.
Shevchenko Scientific Society (Edmonton):  one hundred and thirty-eight books,
Ukranian literature and life, and one painting.
Smith, Mr. Frank: one hundred and forty books - bound serials, miscellaneous.
Ross, Hon. Frank MacKenzie: five volumes (1914-18) London Illustrated News.
Westminster Paper Co. Ltd. (New Westminster): set of seven books on advertising.
World Forestry Congress (Fifth) (Seattle): thirteen book and documents, forestry.
37 GIFTS FROM FACULTY—CURRENT JOURNALS
Black,   Dr.   E.  P.:  Society for Experimental   Biology and  Medicine,   Proceedings;
Royal Society of Canada, Transactions.
Burke, Prof. B. C: National Association Accountants Bulletin.
Bryner, Dr. C: Chess Review.
Campbell, Dr. J. J. R.: Journal of General and Applied Microbiology.
Creighton, Prof. J. H.: Listener; Times Lit. Supplement.
Daggett, Dr. H. M.: Puget Sound Chemist; Union Postale.
Friedman, Dr. S. M.: American Institute of Biology Sciences, Bulletin.
Gage,   Dean W.   H.: American Mathematical  Monthly;   American   Mathematical
Society   Bulletin,    Notices,   Proceedings,   transactions;   Royal   Astronomical
Society of Canada, Journal.
Gibson, Dr. W. C: Medical Journal of Australia.
Hawthorn, Dr. H. B.: Iskra.
Hayward, Dr. L. D.: Pulp and Paper Magazine of Canada; Tappi.
Hooley, Dr. J. G.: Chemistry in Canada.
Hrennikoff, Dr. A.: Canadian Journal of Mathematics (for exchange).
Hull, Dr. T. E.: Canadian Journal of Mathematics (for exchange).
James,   Dr.  R.  D.:  Circolo Mathematico di  Palermo Rendiconti;   Indian  Mathematical Society Journal;   Mathematics  Student  Mathematica  Scandinavica;
Universite Institute de Statistique, publications.
Jennings, Dr. S. A.: Societe Mathematique de France, Bulletin.
Marcus, Dr.  M.  D.:   Illinois Journal  of Mathematics;   Washington Academy of
Sciences, Journal.
McDowell, Dr. C. A.: Canadian Journal of Chemistry (for set 2).
Moyls,   Dr.  B.  N.:   Canadian Journal of Mathematics (for exchange);  Canadian
Mathematical   Bulletin.
Murdoch,  Dr.   B.   N.:   Canadian  Journal  of Mathematics   (for exchange);   Com-
mentarii Mathematici Helvetia;  Internationale Mathematische Nachrichten.
Peebles, Prof. A.: Engineering Journal.
Riddehough, Dr. G. B.: Society for Psychic Research, Journal.
Shrum, Dean G. M.: Pacific Science Congresses, Proceedings.
Simons, Dr. W. H.: Mathematics Magazine.
Soward, Dean F. H.: Canadian Army Journal.
Volkoff, Dr. G. M.: Physics in Canada.
Warren, Dr. H. V.: Times Weekly Review; Observer.
GIFTS TO THE LAW LIBRARY, FACULTY OF LAW
Cassady, G. L., Esq., Q.C: set of B.C. Reports and other law books.
Governments  of  Prince   Edward   Island,   New   Brunswick,   Nova  Scotia,   Ontario,
Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Yukon Territory: Annual Statutes.
McKenna, Joseph  Esq., Q.C: first edition (1922) of Williams on Landlord and
Tennant.
Shannon, Mrs. W.  E.: collection of law books and reports belonging to the late
W. E. Shannon.
38 GIFTS TO FACULTIES, INSTITUTES, SCHOOLS,
AND DEPARTMENTS
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
Jorgens, Mrs. J. R. S. (West Vancouver): books.
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
B.C.   Coast   Vegetable   Marketing   Cooperative   (Richmond):   four   hundred   lbs.
potatoes.
B.C. Distillery Co. Ltd. (New Westminster): two Brown Recording Potentiometers.
Young, Mr. J. R. W.: thirteen volumes (bound) ASAE Journals; several unbound
volumes.
ANTHROPOLOGY MUSEUM
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Norman (West Vancouver): Kwakiutl feast dish.
Campbell Brown, Dr. H.: collection of Chinese coins from 300 B.C. to 1910 made
by Mr. Colin Campbell-Brown in China, 1893 - 1911, together with MS
Catalogues of the collection, and some relevant volumes of books on Chinese
coins.
McKay, Mrs. Nellie: collection of Indian photographs.
McLellan, Mrs. A. L.: collection of Indian baskets.
MacMillan, Mrs. A. Ewan: KawkiutI cedar bark mat with painted design.
Tom, Mr. Humphrey: set of Webber illustrations of Cook's voyages.
ASIAN STUDIES
Bennett, Rev. R. M. (Toronto, Ont.): Survey of China Mainland Press, January
1959, March to September, 1960; Current Background, April to August
1960; extracts from China Mainland Magazines, March to May 1960;
various other recent publications.
Furuta, Mr. (Tokyo, Japan): selections from Modern Japanese literature, ninety-
nine volumes.
National Central Library (Taipei, Taiwan): periodicals and magazines.
BIOLOGY AND BOTANY
Etcheverry-Daza, Dr. (University of Chile): thirty-three species Marine algae from
southern Chile and Antartica.
Fitch, Mr. H. B.: National Geographic Magazine, 1927-1953.
Gilmartin, Dr. Malvern (La Jolla, California): two hundred and twenty specimens
of identified tropical marine algae.
Hiroe, Dr. Monosuko (Kyoto, Japan): one hundred and fifty sheets Japanese dry
plant specimens.
Humm, Dr. H. J. (Duke University, Durham,  N.C.):  twenty-five species marine
algae, mounted and identified, from North Atlantic.
MacMillan,  Bloedel and Powell River Limited: seven-foot diameter cross section
of cedar tree for display.
Segl, Dr. T. (Japan): twenty-five species of algae from Japan.
Ueda,   Professor S.   (Tokyo):  one hundred  and  fifty-eight specimens of  marine
algae from Japan.
Uppsala Universitets Institution (Sweden): fifty-five specimens marine algae from
Sweden.
39 CHEMISTRY
Chemical and Petroleum Research Laboratory (Carnegie Institute of Technology,
Pittsburgh, Penn.): API tables and Catalogues of Data; Physical and Thermo
Properties; Infrared Spectral Data; Raman Spectral Data; Mass Spectral
Data;  Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectral  Data.
Manufacturing Chemists' Association Inc. (Washington, DC): Data sheets -
Physical Properties, Mass Spectral Data, Infrared Spectral Data.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Binn, Mr. A. (Honeywell Controls Ltd., Vancouver): Differential converter.
Workman, Mr. A.  B. (Imperial Oils Ltd.,  loco):  two 5 gallon drums of middle
distillate.
EXTENSION
Carlsen, Miss I. A.: long-playing recordings.
Claxton, Mr. Peter: record - Schweitzer playing Bach.
Love, Dr. R. A. (Trail): stereo record - Bach by Glenn Gould.
FINE ARTS
Harris,  Dr.   and  Mrs.   Lawren:   Painting;   "Le  Ciel  Tragique"   (Claude   Picher);
"Composition No. 10 A" (Stuart Walker); "Cosmic Theme No. 4" (Raymond
Jonson).
Hogarth, Mrs. D. M.: Painting, 'Hauling the Mast" (William Cruickshank).
Patterson, Dr. Donald: portrait of William Harvey for Medical School.
FISHERIES
Biggs, Mr. John A. (Olympia, Washington): four hundred rainbow trout.
Follett, Dr. W. I. (San Francisco, California): twelve specimens of fish Hypomesus
olidus.
Ketchen, Dr. K. (Nanaimo): specimen of long cod.
FORESTRY
British Columbia Lumber Manufacturers Association: 35 mm. color slides of wood
defect and characteristics; samples of wood exhibiting defects; lumber for
grading  purposes.
Christensen, Mr. J. V.: forty copies 1960 edition of "Treatise on Forestry" by
Count Reventlow (1748-1827).
Glesinger, Dr. (F. A. O., Rome, Italy): "Forest Equipment Notes" (25 copies).
Lawrence, Professor J. C: books.
Manning Seed Co. (Seattle, Washington): Douglas Fir seed for research.
Mobbs, Professor (Bangor, Wales): reference book (forest tools and instruments).
McGeachie, Mr. A. Gordon: rare pamphlet of "The Saw in History" by Henry
Disston & Sons, together with copper plate illustrations.
MacMillan, H. R. Esq., C.B.E., D.Sc, LL.D.: books on forestry.
Neilson, Dr. Nora: books and pamphlets belonging to the late Bruce G. Neilson.
J. Fyfe Smith Co. Ltd.: boards of mahogany and holly.
Quebec North Shore Paper Co. (Quebec): sixteen copies "Notes pour ('identification des types forestiers."
Streyffert, Dr. T. (Stockholm, Sweden): reports and books on forestry in Sweden.
40 t<
GEOLOGY
Baker,  Mr.   S.   G.   (North  Kamloops):   fossils  and  mineral  specimens   from   the
Kamloops area.
Berkosha,  Mr. Julian:  large museum specimen of high grade ore from Premier
Mine, B.C.
Cox, Mr. Ray: sample of rock salt outcrop.
|> Gower, Dr. J. A.: suite of rock specimens from Oka, Quebec.
Kimura, Mr.  E. (Eldorado P.O., Sask.): suite of uranium and vanadium ore from
Eldorado and Fish Hook Bay Mines, Saskatchewan.
Marshall, Mr. L. (Marshall's Lapidary): various ornamental rocks.
Stevenson,   Professor J.   S.  (Montreal):   suite  of  rock  specimens   from   Sudbury,
Ontario.
Thompson, Dr. R. M.: American Mineralogist, 1944-59; Contributions to Canadian
Mineralogy, 1935-1944.
GERMAN
German "Embassy (Ottawa): German Faust Recording.
HEALTH SERVICE
Anca Pharmaceuticals (Vancouver): medical supplies.
Burroughs Wellcome & Co. (Montreal): medical supplies.
Frank W. Horner Ltd. (Montreal): medical supplies.
Hoecht Pharmaceuticals of Canada Ltd. (Montreal): medical supplies.
Poulenc Ltd. (Montreal): medical supplies.
HOME ECONOMICS
B.C. Packers (through Miss Doris Noble): fish and other frozen foods.
Canada Packers Ltd. (through Mr. A. Lloyd): shortening, margene, lard, and
soaps.
Delnor Frozen Foods (New Westminster) (through Mr. D. M. Carson): frozen
•:> .vegetables.
Fraser Valley Milk Producers' Association (through Mr. G. B. Larkin): dairy products.
G. W.. J^oux Agencies: Canac whole milk powder.
KelvinatOr Sales Corporation (through Mr. Willis): loan of electronic range during
. j^Feb/uary, March and April.
Maytag .Company Ltd. (through Mr. A. N. Stock): replacement of Maytag washer
and dryer by current models.
Nabob Foods Division, Kelly Douglas (Burnaby): spices, seasoning, flavoring,
coffee.
Na^ey's Ltd. (through Mr. Earl Campbell): salad dressings, glucose solids, apple
concentrate.
Reckitt 8c Coleman Ltd., Agents for French's Spices: spices, seasonings, flavoring.
Robin Hood Flour Mills Ltd. (through Mr. A. C. Rae): flour and cake mix.
Sun-Rype Products (Kelowna) (through Mr. C P. Erridge): apricot concentrate,
peach sauce, apple syrup.
41 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
American Can Co. of Canada Ltd. (Vancouver): three electric motors.
Polymer Corporation Ltd.  (Sarnia):  centrifugal  pump,   high pressure hand pump,
two electric motors.
Turland, Mr. Chas. H.: vols. 37-64 Transactions American Society of Heir^BJB °nd
Air-Conditioning Engineers. ,  ,
MEDICINE
Crown Assets Disposal Corporation: decompression chamber.
MUSIC
Chinese Classical Theatre (Peking, China): Chinese phonograph records and'iitores.
Cooke, Professor A. C: framed music circa 1500.
Friess, Mr. George: handmade viola da gamba.
Geary, Mr. Glen: one cello and two bows.
Good, Mrs. Josephine: violin and bow.
Heslop, Prof. W. G.: music, early nineteenth century. ,-f ft. -,
MacKenzie, Mrs. N. A. M.: violin and bow.
New, Mrs. Ida: assorted music.
Schuldt, Mrs. Phyllis: assorted music.
NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH , .   ,
Funk, Dr. E. H.: various medical books. •*» •
■:' !   <■•:•■-
NURSING *   r
Nurses   Undergraduate   Society:   four   chesterfields   and   two  corner   tablets   for
Common Room. ,-r.
PHYSICS *'
McGregor, Mr. Chris: one radio transmitter. -i;i..i
PLANT SCIENCE f/*
iay ■-■■:...
American CyanamideCo. Ltd.: chemicals. -~   '-
Department  of Agriculture   (Field  Crops   Branch,   Victoria):   gravity  f^j|im»^nd
other seed cleaning equipment. '"■»>- •*• -A
Tait, Mr. P. L. and Durham, Mr. D. E. (Sussex,  England): Journal Roy*) Horticulture Society, etc. ,._., r 5 «
-'', j- . c
POULTRY SCIENCE - ,i .
Kriegers  Hatchery  Ltd.   (Aldergrove):   one  hundred  Cornish   Cockerel* artd^ne
hundred Cornish  Leghorns. "3r.fi
SOIL SCIENCE /  / !
B.C. Soil Survey (Kelowna): two soil monoliths. ; . •;..
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