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Array 5907.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
The First regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the session 1973-74 was held on Wednesday, September 12, 1973
at 8.00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:    President W. H. Gage (Chairman), Mr. D. V. Anderson,
Dean J. H. M. Andrews, Dean D. V. Bates, Dr. L. L. Bongie, Dr. C. B.
Bourne, Dr. C. A. Brockley, Dr. D. G. Brown, Dr. T. H. Brown, Mr. R. M.
Buzza, Dr. S. D. Cavers, Dr. R. M. Clark, Dr. R. Daniells, Dr. C. G.
David, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Ms. V. C. Embree, Dr. N. Epstein, Ms. B. G.
Errington, Mrs. F. Field, Mr. D. B. Fields, Rev. R. W. Finn, Dr. C. V.
Finnegan, Dr. J. G. Foulks, Dr. S. M. Friedman, Dean J. A. F. Gardner,
Acting Dean C. C. Gourlay, Dr. R. F. Gray, Mr. I. F. Greenwood, Dr. D. F.
Hardwick, Dr. B. Howard, Mr. P. A. Insley, Dr. F. R. C. Johnstone,
Dr. J. M. Kennedy, Dean D. T. Kenny, Dr. W. D. Kitts, Dr.  L. Kraintz,
Dr. R. V. Kubicek, Mrs. W. T. Lane, Mrs. J. MacD. Lecky, Dean S. W.
Leung, Mr. T. B. Lindsay, Dean A.J. McClean, Dr. R. McConnell, Mr. J. A.
McEwen, Dr. M. F. McGregor, Dr. P. Merivale, Mr. A. M. Moore, Dr. D. D.
Munro, Dr. J. M. Norris, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Dr. G. V. Parkinson,
Dean B. E. Riedel, Mr. S. J. Robinson, Dr.  I. S. Ross, Mr. J. M. Schoening,
Dr. A. D. Scott, Acting Dean J. E. Searcy, Mrs. C. A. Soong, Dr. J. K.
Stager, Dr. J. R. Stein, Dr. K. S. Stockholder, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs,
Mr. G. A. Thorn, Dr. M. Uprichard, Dean G.M. Volkoff, Mr. F. C. Walden,
Dr. W. A. Webber.
Observers:   Mr. J. A. Banham, Dr. B. N. Moyls, Mr. T. A. Myers,
Mr. C. R. Selman, Dr. J. M. Varah, Dr. N. S. Watt.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor N. T. Nemetz, Mr. R. M. Bibbs, Mr. C. J. Connaghan,
Dean I. McT. Cowan, Dean W. D. Finn, The Hon. E. D. Fulton, Dr. W. C.
Gibson, Mr. J. Guthrie, Mr. G. H. D. Hobbs, Mr. A. J. Longmore, Dr. C. A.
McDowell, Mr. B. B. Trevino. 5908.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
Minutes of Previous Meetings
Dr. Hardwick ) That the Minutes of the Ninth and Tenth
Dr. Gray ) regular meetings of Senate for the session
1972-73 having been circulated, be taken
as read and adopted.
In reply to a query concerning a statement on Page 5870 the Chairman
confirmed that the Board of Governors had been advised of Senate's opinion
that students from other provinces who are equally qualified should be given
equal opportunity for admission to U.B.C.
It was also explained that in 1968 the Board had expressed concern at
the forecast of a substantial increase in enrolment and had requested that
admissions regulations be strictly enforced;    that application dates be
observed and that concessions on doubtful applications be held to a minimum.
However, there were no Board regulations affecting admissions policy.
The motion was put and carried.
Business arising from the Minutes
The Chairman stated that a report from the Admissions Committee on
part-time degree studies and a report from the Nominating Committee on the
membership of the Committee on Appeals on Academic Standing would be
discussed later on the agenda.
Senate Membership
Senate ratified the appointments of the following Joint Faculty
Representatives to replace those on leave of absence and those who had
resigned from Senate: - 5909.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
Senate Membership   (continued)
Dr. C. A. Brockley, Mechanical Engineering, to replace Dr. W. E.
Willmott, September 1973-75.    (Dr. Willmott resigned from the
University)
Dr. J. D. Dennison, Faculty of Education, to replace Dr. W. D.
Young, September 1973-75.    (Dr. Young resigned from the
University)
Dr. S. M. Friedman, Department of Anatomy, to replace Dr. P. H.
Pearse during leave-of-absence from July 1, 1973 to June 30,  1974.
Dr. B. Howard, Department of Physics, to replace Dr. J. Levy,
September 1973-75.    (Dr. Levy resigned from Senate)
Mr. A. M. Moore, Department of Economics, to replace Dr. G.
Rosenbluth during leave-of-absence from July 1, 1973 to June 30, 1974.
Dr. J. R. Stein, Department of Botany, to replace Dr. R. A.
Restrepo during leave-of-absence from July 1, 1973 to June 30, 1974.
Dr. K. S. Stockholder, Department of English, to replace Miss A.J.
Baumgart during leave-of-absence from July 1, 1973 to June 30, 1975.
It was noted that the following members elected in 1972 had returned
from leave of absence: -
Dr. C. E. David, Education and Health Care & Epidemiology
Dr. D. D. Munro, Faculty of Forestry
Dr. D. E. Smith, Department of Anthropology S Sociology
The Chairman also reported the following new appointments:
Appointed by the  Lt.  Governor  in Council
Ms. B. Gene Errington (replacing Dr. R. F. Sharp)
Deans
Dean J. H. M. Andrews, Faculty of Education (replacing Dean N. V.
Scarfe)
Acting Dean C. C. Gourlay, Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration (replacing Dean P. H. White)
Acting Dean of Women,   J.E. Searcy (replacing Dean Helen McCrae) 5910.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval  in principle of Senate  recommendations -
subject, where applicable, to the proviso that none of the programmes be
implemented without formal reference to the President and the formal
agreement of the President;   and that the Deans and Heads concerned with
new programmes be asked to indicate the space requirements, if any, of
such new programmes.
(i) Anthropology/Sociology 100 to be offered at Chilliwack through
the Centre for Continuing Education, as recommended by the
Faculty of Arts.    (P. 5856 & 5859)
(ii) Extension credit courses from September 1973/April 1974
recommended by the Faculty of Arts.    (P. 5856 & 5859-60)
(iii) Extension credit courses from September 1973/April 1974
recommended by the Faculty of Education.    (P. 5856 & 5861)
(iv) New courses and course changes recommended by the Faculty
of Law.    (P. 5843 & 5862)
(v) Extension credit courses from September 1973/April 1974
recommended by the Faculty of Science.    (P. 5856 & 5862)
(vi) Course and curriculum changes recommended by the Faculty
of Applied Science.    (P. 5876 & 5893)
(vii)        New courses recommended by the School of Architecture.
(P. 5876 & 5893)
(viii)       New course in Classics/Philosophy and a new course in Religious
Studies recommended by the Faculty of Arts.    (P. 5878 & 5894)
(ix) Concentrated courses recommended by the Faculty of Arts.
(P. 5876-7)
(x) New course, Education 439, recommended by the Faculty of
Education.    (P. 5878 & 5894)
(xi) Extension credit courses from September 1973/April 1974
recommended by the Faculty of Education.    (P. 5890 & 5894)
(xii)        Extension credit course to be offered at Richmond from September
1973/April 1974, as recommended by the Faculty of Education.
(P. 5890 & 5894) 5911.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
From the Board of Governors   (continued)
(xiii)       New courses in Architecture and Commerce and course changes in
Botany and in Oceanography recommended by the Faculty of
Graduate Studies.    (P. 5878 & 5895)
(xiv)       Revised Master's Programme in Nursing (M.S.N.) recommended
by the School of Nursing and the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
(P. 5902 & 5906)
(xv)        Extension credit courses to be offered at Douglas College (New
Westminster Campus) from September 1973/April 1974, as
recommended by the School of Nursing.    (P. 5890 & 5895)
(xvi)      New courses in Botany and Zoology and course and curriculum
changes in Botany, Mathematics, Zoology and the Physics/Chemistry
Combined Honours Programme, recommended by the Faculty of
Science.    (P. 5878-9 & 5895-6)
Annual  Financial  Report of the University,   1972-73
As required under Section 50 of the Universities Act, the Board of
Governors had forwarded to Senate a copy of the Annual Financial Report,
Balance Sheet and Financial Statements of the University for the fiscal year
ended March 31,  1973.
Committee on Prizes,  Scholarships and  Bursaries
Dean Riedel   ) That the new awards listed in the Appendix
Dean Leung   ) be accepted subject to the approval of the
Board of Governors, and that letters of
thanks be sent to the donors.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee - part-time degree studies
Dr. Finnegan presented a report containing the following recommendations
on proposals submitted by the Faculties of Arts, Commerce and Business 5912.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee - part-time degree studies   (continued)
Administration, and Education relating to students not studying on a
full-time basis.   The proposals were referred to the committee by Senate
at its meeting of May 23, 1973 (Page 5875 Senate Minutes) for determination
of their consistency with principles adopted by Senate on admission and
promotion of part-time students.
Dr. Finnegan explained that the report which had been circulated
was not complete and that there would be further reports from the
committee on proposals received from other Faculties.
Recommendations:
1. That Senate approve the proposals of the Faculty of Arts, which are
exclusively editorial changes in the Calendar. These changes help
to erase the impression that the B.A. degree represents study only
over a four-year period.
The Faculty of Arts has been asked to extend its editorial changes
to a revision of the section "General Requirements of the Faculty"
found on Page 92, Column 2,  1973-74 Calendar.
2. That Senate approve the proposal of the Faculty of Commerce and
Business Administration:   that the Faculty's residence requirement
be eliminated except that a minimum of 36 units of course-work be
completed in the Faculty for the B.Com. degree.
3. That the proposals of the Faculty of Education be dealt with as follows:
(i)       that para 1 (a) under "Standing and Credit"  (1973-74 Calendar,
Page 163) be deleted, rather than amended as proposed, since
its content is already covered in a more appropriate form under
"Examinations and Advancement", on Page 21. 5913.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee - part-time degree studies
Recommendations
3.     (continued)
(ii)      that the proposed rewording of para. 2 under "Standing and
Credit" not be accepted but that the Faculty of Education be
requested to resubmit wording consistent with Recommendation 4
of the Admissions Committee report approved by Senate
May 23,  1973.
(iii)     that the proposed deletion of para 1 (a) under "Supplementals"
(1973-74 Calendar, Page 163) be approved, subject to its
replacement by a statement consistent with Recommendation 3
of the Admissions Committee report approved by Senate
May 23,  1973.
(iv)     that the proposal be approved for the retention of the requirements
of one year full-time for certain diploma studies.
Dr. Finnegan   ) That the recommendations of the Admissions
Dr. Gray ) Committee outlined in 1, 2 and 3 above be
approved.
Carried
Admissions meeting of representatives of Colleges and Universities
It was reported that as requested by Senate at its meeting of
May 23, 1973 (P. 5870) a meeting had been held with the admissions staff
of the colleges and universities of the province.
Dr. Finnegan stated that the group had discussed the question of
"open access" to post-secondary education in British Columbia.   He
reported that current admission procedures of colleges and universities
did in effect reflect an "open" admissions policy.   However, there were 5914.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions meeting of representatives of Colleges and Universities
(continued)
limitations owing to financial considerations and also because of the
standards required for acceptance and the availability of space in some
study programmes.   It was thought that further meetings would prove
useful and the Chairman requested that Senate be kept informed of the
progress of the discussions.
Nominating Committee
Dr. Bourne presented the report.
Student representation on the Committee on Appeals on Academic
Standing
At its meeting of June 6, 1973 Senate passed a resolution that
student representation be equal to that of Faculty on the Committee
on Appeals on Academic Standing.   In this connection it was requested
that the role of the Registrar on the committee be defined.
The Nominating Committee felt that since the Registrar was an
ex-officio member of all Senate committees his role was not that of a
member of Faculty.
Since there were two members of Faculty on the committee the
Nominating Committee recommended the appointment of two students.
Dr. Bourne   ) That Mr. J.A. McEwen and Mr. S. J.
Dr. Norris    ) Robinson be appointed to serve on the
Committee on Appeals on Academic
Standing. 5915.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee
Student representation on the Committee on Appeals on Academic
Standing    (continued)
A debate followed concerning the role of the Registrar on the
committee.   It was explained that the Registrar acts as Secretary to
Senate and its committees in an advisory capacity and is not elected
to serve on committees as a faculty member.
It was argued that one more student should be added to balance
the ex-officio membership of the Registrar.
In amendment:
Mr. Robinson  ) That the Nominating Committee be
Mr. Insley        ) requested to nominate a further student
to serve on the Committee on Appeals
on Academic Standing.
The amendment was lost.
The motion was put and carried.
Ad hoc Committee on Extracurricular Activities
Dr. Bourne   ) That the decision of the Committee on
Dr. Norris     ) Extracurricular Activities to co-opt
Mr. P. S. Plant be approved.
Carried
A request was made that former student senator, Mr. D. A. Swain,
be allowed to continue as a member of the Committee on Extracurricular
Activities. 5916.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee
Ad hoc Committee on Extracurricular Activities   (continued)
Mr. Robinson   ) That Mr. Swain continue his membership
Mrs. Soong       ) on the Committee on Extracurricular
Activities.
Following a brief debate, during which it was explained that
Mr. Swain had initiated the establishment of this committee and had
done a considerable amount of work during the summer towards the
preparation of its final report, the motion was put and carried.
Replacements on Senate Committees
The Nominating Committee recommended the following
replacements to fill vacancies on Senate Committees: -
Academic Building Needs
Dr. S. M. Friedman -   replacing Miss A. J. Baumgart
Admissions
Mr. A. Milton Moore -   replacing Dr. R. A. Restrepo
Agenda
Dr. C. G. David -   replacing Dr. P. H. Pearse
Dean J. H. M. Andrews -   replacing Dr. W. D. Young
Ad hoc Committee on Student Membership in Faculties
Mr. C. C. Gourlay -   replacing Dean P. H. White
Ad hoc Committee on Universities Act
Dr. C. A. Brockley -   replacing Dr. G. Rosenbluth
Dr. Bourne   ) That Senate approve the recommendations
Mr. Fields    ) of the Nominating Committee.
Carried 5917.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee   (continued)
Nominating Committee
In accordance with Senate procedure Dr. Bourne called for
additional nominations from the floor for the replacement of
Dr. P. H. Pearse on the Nominating Committee during his period
of leave-of-absence.
Dr. D. D. Munro had been nominated by the Nominating
Committee.
Dr. Webber        ) That nominations close, and that
Dr. McGregor   ) Dr. Munro be appointed to serve on
the Nominating Committee.
Carried
Admissions Committee
It was pointed out that the membership of the Admissions
Committee consisted mainly of members of the Faculty of Arts and a
suggestion was made that the addition of a member of the Faculty of
Science would be useful.
Dean Kenny       ) That Dr. J. R. Stein be appointed to
Dr. McGregor   ) serve on the Admissions Committee.
Carried
Ad hoc Committee on Universities Act
The Chairman of the Committee on the Universities Act reported
that Dr. R. M. Clark had been invited to attend meetings and requested
that he be co-opted to the committee. 5918.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee
Ad hoc Committee on Universities Act   (continued)
Dr. Scott      ) That the proposal of the Committee on
Dr. Norris   ) Universities Act to co-opt Dr.  Clark be
referred to the Nominating Committee.
In amendment:
Dean McClean  ) That the Nominating Committee be given
Mr. Thorn ) the power to act on behalf of Senate in
dealing with the proposal.
Carried
The motion as amended was put and carried.
Memorial Minute
The following memorial statement had been prepared in accordance
with the custom of Senate in recognition by the University and the Senate
of the late Ian Seton McNairn.
IN MEMORIAM
IAN SETON McNAIRN
Ian Seton McNairn was drowned in a boating accident off Saltspring
Island August 20,  1973.
Born in 1919, he graduated from McMaster University in 1941 and
later studied at Harvard University and Columbia University and in the
museums of Paris and Florence.
He served in the Royal Canadian Navy and after the war he taught at
McMaster and Toronto before joining the Department of Fine Arts at The
University of British Columbia in 1957.   Here he soon made himself known
throughout the community for his indefatigable support of the Fine Arts in 5919.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
Memorial Minute   (continued)
their broadest possible connotation.   He became curator of the Fine Arts
Gallery on the campus, he occupied the presidency of the Community Arts
Council, he was a member of the governing boards of the Arts Club of
Vancouver, the Vancouver Art Gallery, and the B.C. Arts Board.   An
experienced museologist, he worked hard and long to create an appropriate
museum at the University.    "A museum should be like a pretty girl", he
once said,  "attractive at all times, well dressed, with a changing wardrobe,
smart, intelligent (but not too intelligent), with something worthwhile to
say, with changing moods, sensitive to good music and art, and able to
live on a limited budget. "
From September 1967 to September 1969 he sat in the University's
Senate.
He will long be remembered by his students especially, for he was a
kindly and understanding teacher who gave generously of his time and
guided many along the road that leads to careers in the Fine Arts.
He is survived by his wife and three children, to whom the University
expresses its sympathy.
Dr. McGregor )
Dr. Norris        )
That this Memorial Statement be spread
on the minutes of Senate and that a copy
be sent to the widow of the deceased.
In amendment:
Mr. Schoening
Ms. Searcy
) That the words "A museum should be
)        limited budget. " be deleted from the
memorial statement.
Following a brief discussion the amendment was lost.
The motion was put and carried.
School of Nursing
Dr.
Mr.
Uprichard
Gourlay
That Nursing 253, Behavioural Patterns
in Illness and Health, be offered at Selkirk
College, from September 1973 to April 1974,
subject to the approval of the School of
Nursing.
Carried 5920.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
Report from the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Statistics
At its meeting of June 10, 1970, Senate approved a proposal of the
Faculty of Graduate Studies for an Institute of Applied Mathematics and
Statistics with the request that Senate be advised of the progress of the
Institute at the end of three years.   A report had been circulated for the
information of Senate.
Dr. Varah, Acting Director of the Institute, had been invited to
attend the meeting.   The Chairman expressed appreciation to Dr. Varah
and his colleagues for their excellent work.   Tribute was also paid to the
Faculty and students who had helped to make the operation successful.
Report of the Registrar on Summer Session Registration  1973
The report of the Registrar on Summer Session registration 1973 was
received for information.
Report of the Registrar on Intersession  1973
The report of the Registrar on Intersession 1973 was received for
information.
Report of the Director of Summer Session  1973
The report of the Director of Summer Session 1973 was received for
information. 5921.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
Other Business
Summary of Student Aid  1972-73
A report had been circulated containing information on student aid
as requested by Senate at its meeting of May 23,  1973.
In reply to a query concerning how many people had applied for
student aid under the various categories listed the Chairman stated that
this information was not available.   However, an effort would be made to
have more complete information available in future reports.
Projection of post-secondary enrolments  in  British Columbia
A report on projections of post-secondary enrolments in British
Columbia was received for information.
The meeting adjourned at 9.30 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
October 10,  1973.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman. 5922.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
APPENDIX
Summary of New Awards  Recommended to Senate
The Stanley and Rose Arkley Prize   -   A Prize of $150, gift of
Stanley and Rose Arkley, Seattle, is offered annually in the School
of Librarianship to the graduating student whose contribution in
the field of children's literature is the most outstanding.
Canadian Academy of Periodontology Book Prize   -   The Canadian
Academy of Periodontology has established a book prize to be
awarded annually to the fourth year dental student obtaining the
highest standing in the subject of periodontology.   The prize
consists of a book to the value of $25.
The Sharon Yacowar Frohlinger Memorial Scholarship   -   A
scholarship of $150 has been endowed by relatives, friends, the
B'nai B'rith Family and especially B'nai B'rith Women Centennial
Chapter #1022 in memory of Sharon Mavis Yacowar Frohlinger in
recognition of her devoted community services and her love of the
Fine Arts.   The award will be made annually to an undergraduate
proceeding to a degree in one or more of the fields of theatre, fine
arts, drama, or music;  the award shall be based on promise for the
future and past performance.   Consideration is to be given to the
financial circumstances of the recipient.
Graphic Arts  International  Union Scholarship   -   The Graphic Arts
International Union Local 210 offers a scholarship in the amount of
$250 to students enrolled in a full academic programme of studies at
The University of British Columbia, the University of Victoria or
Simon Fraser University at the second year level or higher.   The
award will normally be made to the applicant with the highest
standing as determined by the University Awards Committee, U.B.C.
To be eligible an applicant must be a member, or the son, daughter
or legal ward of a member in good standing of the Union.   Those who
wish to be considered must give full details of their own or their
parents' membership in the Union.   Applications by letter must be
returned to the University Awards Committee, Room 207, Buchanan
Building, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver 8, B.C.
The completed application must be received no later than June 1st. 5923.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
APPENDIX
Summary of New Awards Recommended to Senate   (continued)
The Dr.   R.   D.  James Medal  in Mathematics   -   This medal
recognizes the meritorious service and distinguished achievements
of Dr. R. D. James as Head of the Department of Mathematics from
1948 to 1973.   It will be awarded annually to the student in the
graduating class whose record and promise in Mathematics are
considered by the Department of Mathematics to be the most
outstanding.
Knowlton Realty  Ltd.  Scholarship   -   This scholarship of $4,000
per year (maximum two years), which is the contribution of the
donor to the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration, is
offered to a citizen of Japan for postgraduate studies leading to a
Master's Degree in Business Administration.   The holder of the
scholarship will be required to take Urban Land Economics as his
field of special interest.  The award will be made on the recommendation
of this Faculty.
The Dr.   M.   Lazarchuk Scholarships in Ukrainian   -   Two
scholarships of $150 each, gift of M. Lazarchuk, M.D.,   F.R.C.S.(C),
F.A.C.S.,   F.I.C.S. of Kamloops, are offered to students with a keen
interest and good standing in Ukrainian.
The Bonnie and Maurice I.   Lerman Scholarship in Judaic Studies
A scholarship of approximately $150, established and endowed by
Maurice I.  Lerman, will be awarded annually to the outstanding
student in Judaic Studies.   It will be awarded on the recommendation
of the Faculty.
The Medical Services Association  Industrial  Relations Scholarships   -
Two scholarships, each of $400 a year for two years, are awarded
annually to students entering the Third Year of the Industrial Relations
Option in the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration.   The
awards will be made on the recommendation of the Dean to two students
selected on the basis of outstanding promise and interest in a career in
industrial relations.   Renewal of the scholarship in the fourth year will
be subject to maintenance of satisfactory standing and progress. 5924.
Wednesday, September 12,  1973.
APPENDIX
Summary of New Awards Recommended to Senate   (continued)
The National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada,   Ltd.   Bursary
A bursary of $250. the gift of The National Drug and Chemical Company
of Canada, Ltd., will be awarded to a student in Pharmaceutical
Sciences with good standing and need for financial assistance.
The Gordon New Memorial Award   -   This prize, established as a
memorial to Gordon New by funds collected under the sponsorship
of the University of Victoria Library, is offered annually to students
in the Second Year.   It will be awarded on the recommendation of the
School of Librarianship for outstanding work in the second year
course related to College, University, and research libraries.
U.B.C.   Business Review Scholarships   -   Scholarships of $250 will
be awarded annually.   As the scholarships are provided from the
revenues of the U.B.C. Business Review, the number offered may
vary from year to year.   The U.B.C. Business Review is a publication
of the Commerce Undergraduate Society.   The award will be made on
the basis of academic standing and participation in the activities of
the Commerce Undergraduate Society, upon the recommendation of
the Faculty.

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