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  STUDENT   HANDBOOK
STUDENT  HANDBOOK
UNIVERSITY OP B. C.
Editor
Eric J.  Dunn,  Arts  '25
Business  Manager
James   Keenan,   Arts   '25
STUDENT
PUBLICATIONS BOARD UNIVERSITY OF B C.
STUDENT   HANDBOOK
NOTICE
We wish to acknowledge use of former
handbooks, also University of Oregon
handbook.
—EDIT OB UNIVERSITY OF B.  C.
A.  E. GRAUER,  President A.M.S.
STUDENT   HANDBOOK
GREETINGS
A Welcome to the Men and Women of
the Freshman Class from the Alma
Society of the University of British
Columbia.
An attempt is made by this small
booklet to welcome you into the Alma
Mater Society of the University of British Columbia, to which you belong as
soon as you have become a registered
student. You are now an integral part
of this society. As its name implies,
each of you is associated in it, on equal
terms with all other membrs of the
undergraduate body in order to promote the welfare of this institution.
Your University needs your help, ideas,
and enthusiasm. She looks to you for
prospective leaders in her activities. For
your own good do not fail her. Examine
this handbook carefully, choose that
form of activity for which you are best
suited, and give your very best to that
activity. But let your older fellows
utter one word of warning. You must
remember that you are at the University
of British Columbia, primarily for scholastic work, and therefore you must never
place student activities above your
scholarship. The person who goes in
for student activities to the detriment
of his scholarship will find that his is
but an empty glory. The wise and
happy person is the one who strikes that
medium which will confer on him the
great benefits of participation in student affairs without at the same time
losing for him the benefit of his studies.
It is worth your while to give much
serious thought to the task of striking
the   "happy  mean."    Good  luck   to  you!
A. E. GRAUER, President A.M.S. UNIVERSITY   OF  B.   C.
STUDENTS' COUNCIL
Hon. Fresident
Dr. L. S. Klinck
Fresident
A. E.  Grauer, Arts  '25
Secretary
Miss  Elsie   Rilance,  Arts  '25
Treasurer
L. A. Atkinson, Agric. '25
Fresident Arts Ken's Undergraduate
H. B. Smith, Arts '25
Fresident Women's Undergraduate
Miss Grace Smith, Arts '25
Fresident Science Undergraduate
W.   J.   Phillips   (Resigned)
President Agriculture Undergraduate
A.   Laing,   Agric.   '25
Fresident lilt, and Scientific Dept.
Walter Turnbull, Arts '26
President Men's Athletics
Thos. Wilkinson, Agric. '26
Editor-in-Chief of Publications Board
T.  W.  Brown,  Arts  '25
President  Women's  Athletics
Miss Doris  Shorney,  Arts  '25
Marshal
T. M. C. Taylor, Arts '26.
STUDENT    HANDBOOK
CONSTITUTION  OF  THE   AIiMA
K&TEB SOCIETY OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Clause 1. The name of the Society
shall be the Alma Mater Society of the
University of British Columbia.
Clause 2. The composition of the Society—
(a) The society shail be composed of
active and honorary members.
(b) Active members shall comprise all
registered students of the University,
graduates and undergraduates, who have
paid Alma Mater Society fees for the
current session.
(c) Honorary members shall comprise
all members of the Faculty, graduates of
the I'niversity, and others to whom honorary membership may be given.
Clause 3. The objects of the Society
shall  be:
(a) To promote, direct, and control all
student activities, within the University,
as represented in the following associations, and societies, and their subsidiary organizations:
). The Undergraduate Societies.
2. The  Literary   and   Scientific   Department.
3. The Athletic Associations.
4. The    Students'   Publications   Department.
(b) 1. The Undergraduate Societies
shall comprise the Women's Undergraduate Society, The Arts Men's Undergraduate Society, thedScience Men's
Undergraduate Society, the AgricuU
ture Undergraduate Society, and subsidiary class organizations. UNIVERSITY OF B.  C.
2. The Literary and Scientific Department shall comprise the Women's
Literary Society, The Men's Literary
Society, the Players' Club, the Musical Society, the Chemistry Society, and
such kindred organizations as the
Council shall assign to this Department.
3. The Athletic Association shall
comprise the Women's Athletic Association, The Men's Athletic Association, and all their subsidiary societies.
4. The Students' Publications Department shall comprise all boards or
organizations undertaking student publication.
Clause 4.    Meetings of the Society.
(a) A Semi-annual meeting will be
held within the first ten days of the fall
term at which the treasurer will make a
financial statement, and the functions
and activities of the Alma Mater Society
and subsidiary societies will be outlined.
(b) The Annual meeting will be held
in the last week of March, at which the
President and Treasurer will make a report and the reports of each subsidiary
organization will be presented and passed upon.
(c) Special meetings may be called at
any time by the President on the request of the Students' Council, or on the
written request of twenty members of
the society. At these meetings no business can be transacted except that for
which the meeting has been called.
(b) Only active members may vote at
the meetings of the society. Honorary
members may not vote but may take
part in all discussions.
(e) Thirty-three per cent, of the stu-
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dents registered for the current session
shall constitute a quorum at any meeting of the society.
Clause 5.    The Executive.
(a) The name: The name of the Exe--
cutive shall  be the Students'  Council.
(b) Members.
1. The Honorary President.
2. The President, who shall be an
undergraduate of the Senior Year of
any Faculty.
3. The'Secretary of the Alma Mater
Society, who shall be an undergraduate
of the Junior or Senior Year of any
Faculty.
4. The Treasurer of the Alma Mater
Society, who shall be an undergraduate of the Junior or Senior Year of
any Faculty.
5. The President of the Women's
Undergraduate Society, who shall be
an undergraduate of the Senior Year
of any  Faculty.
6. The President of the Arts Men's
Undergraduate Society, who shail be
an undergraduate of the Senior Year of
the Faculty of Arts.
7. The President of the Science
Men's Undergraduate Society, who
shall be an undergraduate of the
Junior or Senior Year of the Faculty
of Science.
8. The President of the Agriculture
Undergraduate Society, who shall be
an undergraduate of the Senior Year
of the Faculty of Agriculture.
9. The President of the Literary and
Scientific Department, who shall be
an Undergraduate of the Junior or
Senior Year of any Faculty.
10. The   President   of   the    Women's
Athletic Association, who shall be an 10
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Undergraduate   of  the  Junior  or  Senior Year of any Faculty.
11. The President of fhe Men's Athletic Association, who shall be an undergraduate of the Junior or Senior
Year of any Faculty.
12. The Editor-in-Chief of the Students' Publications, who shall be an
undergraduate of the Junior or Senior
Year of any Faculty.
13. The Marshal, who shall be an undergraduate of the Junior or Senior
year of any Faculty.
(c)  Officers of the Society.
1. Honorary President.
2. President.
3. Vice-President.
4. Secretary.
5. Assistant Secretary.
6. Treasurer.
7. Assistant Treasurers.
fd)  Duties of the Officers.
1. The President shall preside at all
meetings of the Students' Council and
of the Alma Mater Society; shall convene all ordinary and special meetings
of the Students' Council; shall be an
ex-officio member of all committees
under the Alma Mater Society, and
shall undertake all such other duties
as usually fall to the office of the President.
2. The Vice-President shall, in the
absence of the President, assume all
his  duties.
3. The Secretary shall take minutes
of all meetings of the Students' Councii and of the Alma Mater Society;
shall conduct all correspondence of the
Students' Council, and keep on file
copies of all letters written and received by him relating to the affairs of
the society; shall read the annual re-
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port of the subsidiary organizations at
the annual meeting.
4. The Assistant Secretary shall assist the Secretary in the discharge of
all  his duties.
5. The Treasurer shall, on assuming
office, provide a bond for the sum of
$2,000 on himself In a company selected by the Students' Council. The cost
of such bond shall be paid from the
the funds of the A.M.S. He shall take
charge of the funds of the society
which shall be divided into four parts,
namely:—
(1) Appropriations to the Students'
Publications. (2) Appropriations to the
Literary and Scientific Department.
(3) Appropriations to the Men's Athletic Association. (4) The remainder of
the funds of the A.M.S. The Treasurer
shall Immediately on receipt of the
funds, have them deposited in a chartered bank selected by the Students'
Council—a bank or bank account for
each of the respective divisions of the
funds. He shali not disburse the funds
under his direct control, except In the
payment of bills certified by the President and the Treasurer of the society
which contracted the bills, and then
only by cheque signed by him and
countersigned by the President of the
Students' Council. He shall keep careful count of, and be responsible for,
ail monies received and disbursed by
himself and by the assistant Treasurers, and shall file all bills and receipts
under their direct control. He shall
have the power to audit the books of
the assistant Treasurers at any time,
and he shall see that they keep careful
count of, and are responsible for, the
monies, and file all bills and receipts
under their direct control. He shall
render a financial statement of the A. 12
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M.S. to the Students' Council each
month, and shall embody in it the
financial statements received from his
three assistant Treasurers, and at any
other time on the written order of the
Students' Council. He shall get a
financial report of each activity within two weeks after each activity, and
present it to the Students' Council.
C. The assistant treasurers shall be
(1) the business manager of the publications board, (2) the treasurer of
the Literary and Scientific Department, (3) the treasurer of the Men's
Athletic Association. These officers
shall not sit on the Council. They
shali not disburse the funds under
their direct control except in payment of bills certified by the President and the Treasurer of the society
which contracted the bills, and then
only by cheque signed by the Assistant
Treasrer concerned and countersigned by the President and Treasurer of
the Students' Council. They shall each
render a financial statement of their
department monthly, and a financial
report once a year for the annual
meeting of the A.M.S., or at any other
time upon the written order of the
President and Treasurer of the Students' Council. They shall get and
Hie a financial report of each activity
of the societies in their department,
and shall forward a copy to the Treasurer of the Students' Council within
two weeks after the date of the activity,
(e)  The duties of the Students' Coun
cil.
1. The Students' Council shall be the
only recognized medium between the
Alma  Mater  Society  and
1. The  University  authorities.
2. The  other  organizations.
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3. The general public.
2. The Students' Councii shall have
control of all affiliated student activities subject to the approval of the
Joint  Committee  on  Student  Affairs.
3. The Students' Council shail act as
a court before which any student may
be called to account for misdemeanor.
4. The Students' Council shall appoint a returning officer and scrutineers for the election of the Honorary
President and President of the Alma
Mater Society.
5. The Students' Council shall appoint two of its members to sit with
the President of the Alma Mater Society on the Joint Committee on Student Affairs.
6. The Students' Council shall meet
regularly each week during the session.
7. Immediately after the close of
the Spring Term, the Students' Council elect shall assume its office at a
joint meeting with the retiring Students' Council.
8. It shall be the duty of the Students' Council to promote social intercourse and academic unity within the
University.
(f)  The duties of the Marshal.
He shall be responsible for:
1. All general organized student effort and demonstration.
2. The arrangement of the program
of the year's activities and the stim-
lation of public and student interest
in University affairs.
3. His efforts shall be directed
through the Presidents of the Undergraduate Societies to the various class
Presidents,   with   whom   shall   Ho   tho UNIVERSITY OF B.  C.
responsibility   of  direct   contact   with
the Students.
4. Before the end of the Spring term
he shall hold a demonstration election of a Yell King and two assistant
Yell Leaders. The Yell King shall be
responsible to the Marshal for the
proper conduction and leadership of
all student demonstrations.
Clause 6.    Elections.
(a) Honorary President, President,
Secretary and Treasurer of the Alma
Mater Society.
1. Nominations shall be in the
hands of the Secretary seven days
before election day and shall be posted
immediately by him on the bulletin
boards. Each nomination must be
accompanied by the signature of not
less than ten members of the Society.
2. No Student may sign the list of
nomination of more than one candidate for each office.
3. The election shall be by ballot.
4. The election of the Honorary President and President shall be held on
the second Monday of March; Polling
booths will be open from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m.
5. The election of the Secretary and
Treasurer shall be held on the third
Monday of March; Polling booths will
be open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
6. Only active members shall have
the privilege of voting at these elections.
7. After the ballots have been counted, the returning officer shall place
them in a package which shall be sealed in the presence of the scrutineers
and preserved until after the annual
meeting of the Society.
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(b) Appointments by the Students'
Councii.
1. The Editor-in-Chief of the Students' Publications. The Students'
Council shall appoint this officer following the election of the President of
the Alma Mater Society.
2. Assistant Treasurers. The business manager of the Publications
Board, the Treasurer of the Literary
and Scientific Department, and the
Men's Athletic Association, shall be
appointed by the Students' Councii In
collaboration with the Head of the Department concerned, on the day following the appointment or election of
the Head of the Department.
3. The Senior Editor of the Students'
Publications. The Students' Council
in collaboration with the Editor-in-
Chief shall appoint this officer on the
day following the appointment of the
Editor-in-chief,
(a)  Duties of the Senior Editor.
The   Senior   Editor   shall   superintend   the   editorial   work   of   the
Students'  Publications and  shall  br
responsible  for  it  to  the  Edltor-in
Chief.
(c) Appointments by the Students'
Council-elect; Vice-President and Assistant Secretary. The Students' Council-elect shall appoint these from its
members before the close of the Spring
term.
(d) When a vacancy has been definitely established in any of the offices of
the Society, the election of a successor
shall be held in accordance with the procedure prescribed for in the election of
such officeers.
(e) Officers of the Undergraduate Societies, Literary and Scientific Department and  the Athletic Associations. [6
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1. The election of the Presidents of
the Undergraduate Societies shall be
held on the Thursday following the
election of Secretary and Treasurer of
the Alma Mater Society.
2. The election of the Presidents of
the Literary and Scientific Department and the Athletic Associations
shall be held on the Monday following the election of the Secretary and
Treasurer of the Alma Mater society.
(f) The election of the Marshal shall
be held on the Thursday following the
election of the President of the Literary
and Scientific Department and" the Athletic Association.
Clause  7.    Finances.
(a) The funds of the Society shall consist of the following:
1. Fees of admission to the Society
collected by the Registrar of the University under authority of the Board
of Governors.
2. All moneys excepting special
membership fees received by Student
organizations under the A.M.S., which
moneys shall be remitted to the Treasurer of the Students' Council direct.
(b) Estimates of the proposed expenditures of the Undergraduate societies, the Literary and Scientific Department, the Athletic Associations, and the
Students' Publications shall be in the
hands of the Treasurer before the end
of the third week of the session.
(c) The budget shall be prepared by
th? treasurer from these estimates and
presented in the fourth week of the session to the Students' Council for consideration and adoption. The appropriations for the Publications Board, the
Literary and Scientific Department, and
the Men's Athletic Association, shall  be
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prepared according to these budgets.
(d) Any Student organizations under
the Society may spend money for the
purpose and for the amount prescribed
for its use In the budget, but shall not
spend moneys which are not prescribed
in the budget except by special permission of the Students' Council.
(e) Twenty per cent, of all moneys
accruing to the Alma Mater Society by
reason of activities of organizations under its control, to be reserved for the
Injuries Trust Fund until such time
as the fund shall reach five hundred
dollars, such reservation thereafter
made wlien the fund falls below five
hundred  dollars.
Clause 8.
Reports from the Secretaries and
Treasurers of the Undergraduate Socie-
ites, the Literary and Scientific Department, the Publications Department, Athletic Associations, and their subsidiary
organizations shall be In the hands of
the Secretarv of the Society immediately
after the election of their officers.
Clause 9.
No Student shall be elected to the
Students' Council for more than one
office.
Clause 10.
The Faculty Committee on Student
Affairs shall be the first medium of
communication between the University
authorities and the student body. It
shall confirm the activities of the student body by endorsing from time to
time the proposals of the Alma Mater
Society. All matters concerning which a
conference is deemed advisable shall be
referred to the Joint Committee on Student Affairs, which shall be composed of Ii
UNIVERSITY OF B.  C.
three representatives of the Faculty and
three members of the Students' Council.
Should this Committee not endorse the
proposals of the Alma Mater Society it
may amend or annul them and its decision shall be considered as the combined judgment of Faculty and Students.
A minority of two members of this
Committee with the consent of the Chairman may appeal to the Senate any decision made by the Committee.
Clause 11.
, Student organizations not subsidiary to
the Alma Mater Society shall make application to the Students' Council before
the end of the third week of the fall
term for permission to use the University name and crest for that session.
To this application the following Information regarding the Society making
application  shall  be appended.
1. Name.
2. Aims  and  objects.
3. Conditions of membership.
4. Complete list of members.
5. Complete list of officers.
The Alma Mater Society will hold student members of such organizations responsible to the Alma Mater Society for
the conduct of the organization in any
way in which It may be held, directly or
indirectly to affect the University.
Clause 12.
This constitution may be amended by
a two-thirds majority of votes at a
meeting of the Society, provided two
weeks' notice of the meeting is given on
the bulletin boards.
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By-laws Passed by the Students'
Council.
April 29th, 1919.—That a Memorial
Fund be started to erect a suitable memorial at Point Grey In memory of the
gallant students who have or will have
made the supreme sacrifice In the Great
War, and that the various Societies under the Alma Mater be asked to put
aside 10 per cent, of all monies -earned
by  them  towards  this  fund.
May 8th, 1919—That the fund known
as the Student Memorial Fund be placed
in trust in the Bank of Montreal, the
fund to be left in the hands of a permanent committee consisting of the successive Presidents of the Alma Mater
Society beginning with the year 1918-
1919, together with the Students' Council In power at the time of the erection
of the Memorial. The convenor of the
Committee be the President of the Alma
Mater Society.
December 9th, 1918—That subsidiary
societies under the Literary and Scientific Department and the Athletic Associations be not permitted to hold general
social functions.
October 21st, 1919 (Amended January
20th, 1919), also amended Oct. 11th, 1920.
That attendance at University dances
be restricted to members of the Alma
Mater Society and guests;
Guests to consist of—
(a) Honorary   Guests.
(b) Such guests as may be invited by
members of the Alma Mater Society,
each member to be entitled to one guest,
no couple consisting of two outsiders to
be permitted to attend. Admission to
dances to be by ticket and invitation
only, the sale of tickets to close forty-
eight hours before the date of the func- 20
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tion. That arrangements for any social
functions of the University must be submitted for the approval of the Students'
Council at least two weeks before the
date of the function.
November 3rd, 1919 (Amended April
29th, 1919)—That in future all organizations of University Students which do
not come under the Alma Mater Society
with such exceptions as shall be approved by the Students' Council be debarred
from the use of the University name
and Alma Mater notice boards.
(Amendment Nov. 22, 1920)—That all
societies and clubs which do not come
under the Alma Mater Society shall each
year, during the first month of the
fall term, renew their application for
permission to use the University name
and crest.
November 17th, 1919—That at its first
meeting of the fall term, the Council
shall appoint two of Its members as convenors of the Women's and Men's Initiation Committees, said convenors to form
committees which are to submit reports of the initiations arrangements to
the Council for approval.
January 20th, 1920—That card playing
except at University functions, and
gambling in any form, such as dice
throwing and coin tossing for money or
any monetary equivalent whatsoever be
prohibited within the precincts of the
University.
January 19th, 1920—That major functions, such as annual undergraduate
dances and congregation dances, close at
one o'clock.
That minor functions, such as class
parties, close at 12 o'clock.
That so far as possible, all such social
functions be held on Friday night;
(Amendment on January 29th, 1920)—
That    the    foregoing   by-law    apply    to
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functions within the University only.
February 2nd, 1921—That any one who
buys a ticket for any Varsity function
and at a later date decides not to uue
same, in no case shall sell it to any other
party for a higher price than that set
by the Committee in charge of the special function.
February 16th, 1921—Official University Sweater (to be worn by any student
of U.  B.  C.)
Heavy Sweater—Blue body, gold roll
collar, blue sleeves with gold cuffs, gold
band on bottom  (three inches).
Light Sweater—Blue body, "V" neck,
with one and a half inch gold tand
around bottom.
Sweater Coat—Blue body, gold fold
collar, gold cuffs, two sdle pockets, one
inch gold band across top of pocket, one
and a half-inch gold strip down front
containing button-holes.
White Sweater—White body, "V"
neck, one and one-quarter inch band
around neck, consisting of one-half inch
blue, a three-inch band around bottom
consisting of one and one-eighth inch
blue, three-quarters-inch gold and one
and one-eighth inch blue.
BCarch 16th, 1921—That everyone is
guilty of an offence and liable to a fine
of not less than one dollar or not more
than two dollars who wilfully mutilates,
damages, or destroys any public notice cr
announcement posted about the University premises.
March 23rd, 1921—All students who
have entered upon their Sophomore
year shall be entitled to wear on their
regulation University sweaters the University crest, as follows:
1. To be worn on left breast.
2. Size 3%  inches by *Y. Inches. 22
UNIVERSITY OF B. C.
All Students who have held, or are
holding an "A" class office shall be entitled to wear a one-half inch gold band
about the crest. On white sweaters this
band shall be edged with one, one-eighth
inch blue line. (Amended March 30th,
1921.)
March 30th, 1921—Bylaw of March
23rd. "All students who have held or are
holding a position on the Students' Council shall be entitled to wear a one-half
inch gold band about the crest. On
white sweaters this band shall be edged with a one one-eighth Inch blue line."
Maroh 30th, 1921. Ranking of Student Offices.
Class "A"—All members of the Students' Council.
Class "B"—All members of the Executive of Major Organizations, (Lit. and
Scientific Dept., Athletic Associations,
the Undergraduate Societies) and the
following members of the Publications
Board: Senior Editor, Business Manager, Editor of the Annual, Chief Reporter and Advertising Manager.
Class "C"—All other Student offices.
(A Student holding an "A" office may
hold no other office. A Student holding
a "B" office may hold a "C" office also,
but none other. No Student may hold
more than three "C" offices.)
February 13th, 1922 — Outside Functions under name of University.
That all student organizations or
groups of students who organize or conduct any function or activity under the
name of the University of British Columbia and outside the precincts of the
I'niversity, shall before planning such
function or activity obtain the consent
of the Students' Council for the holding
of such function or activity.
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23
March 29th, 1922—That the Executive
of the Literary and Scientific Department and the Men's Athletic Society be
given power to transact all business in
connection with the activities of the societies under their direct control, subject to the approval of the Students'
Council and that three copies of the
minutes of the meetings of the Literary
and Scientific Department and the Men's
Athletic Society (both executive and
general meetings) be forwarded to the
Students' Council immediately following
the meetings of the above-mentioned societies, for consideration and approval of
the Students' Council before being posted, and that two copies of these minutes
be forwarded to the Faculty Committee
on Student Affairs after approval by the
Students' Council together with the minutes of the Students' Council.
The Marshal.
The marshal, Mr. T. M. C. Taylor, is
responsible for all student organization,
demonstration and discipline, in so far
as the authority of the Students' Council extends. It is his duty to keep before the student body that high "esprit
de corps" which they should maintain.
His efforts are directed through the
marshals of the various undergraduate
societies to the various class marshals,
who provide in their turn the direct contact with the students. He is assisted
by the Yell King and two assistant yell
leaders, who conduct student demonstrations. UNIVERSITY OF B.  C.
MEN'S ATHLETICS
Men's Athletic Association
(T. Wilkinson, President)
It Is the aim of the Men's Athletic
Association to have every able bodied
student engaged in some form of athletic activity. At the same time it is to
be hoped that no student will attempt
to major In sport instead of scholastic
endeavor. The Men's Athletic executive
Is the only medium between the student's
council and the constituent athletic
societies.. Active members comprise all
active male members of the Alma Mater.
Rugby  Club
(Henry  Purdy, Arts  '26,  President)
Varsity's famous rugby club first
made history In 1920, when it defeated
the Stanford aggregation. The following year it entered the McKechnie Cup
Series, capturing the cup which it has
held ever since. Last year the club recaptured the Miller Cup and four others.
The club fields three teams.
Basketball   Club
(A. Hemingway, President)
All of Varsity's teams in basketball
were last year highly successful, the
intermediate team winning the provincial championship. The senior team, although not winning any championship,
nevertheless made a splendid showing
in Its league, Les Bickell proving one
of the finest players in the City League.
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Soccer  Club
(Frederick Guernsey, President)
In the spring of 1923, Varsity's inexperienced and youthful soccer club astonished the city by capturing the Mainland Cup from Veterans F. C, at that
time one of the finest football aggregations in Canada. The team held
Uadysmith to a 1-0 score In an overtime game in the provincial final. Last
vear the team was eliminated in the
Mainland Cup after beating their old
rivals in an early round. Great credit
for the success of the club is due to H.
Mosher, who was chosen for the All-
Cruiadians as goal-keeper. Unfortunately Mosher has broken his leg, and will
be unable to play this year. The showing of the team will depend to a large
extent this year on what talent the
freshman year is able to furnish.
Men's Grass-Hockey Club
The club has only been organized for
a brief space of time, and, although it
has not had much opportunity to show
what It Is capable of. It has been able
to "carry on." Matches this year, It is
expected, will be played against the various local clubs.
Interclass Athletics
The Governor's Cup, donated for interclass athletics, Is competed for during the entire year by the various
classes. In this way all students able
and willing to take part in athletics are
enabled to show their ability and help
their   class   in   a   really   tangible   way.
The Arts '20 Relay Cup is competed
for every spring by every class. The
race is from Point Grev to Varsity, with
an eight man team. This is THE athletic intra-mural event of the year. UNIVERSITY OF B. C.
Badminton Club
(C.   William   Argue,   President)
Founded in 1920-1921, the Badminton
Club was an immediate success, and
has been growing in popularity ever
since. A fee of two dollars is charged
to defray expenses of courts, etc. The
tournament is held early in the spring
term.
Boxing Club
R.  H.  Greggor, Pres.
The boxing club, although it is the
youngest of the athletic societies, is by
no means the smallest. Last year the
club competed against the University of
Washington, making a very creditable
showing against their formidable opponents.
Canadian Rugby.
Last year, for the first time, the Uni-
sity entered a team in the Canadian
Rugby League here. While the team
did not win any championship, nevertheless it fully demonstrated the potentialities which Canadian rugby possesses
in   the  University.
Tennis Club
The Tennis Club although it Is active
but a few weeks, is one of Varsity's
livest organizations. The championship
tournament open to all students, is
held after the opening of the fall term.
The present titleholder is Lorimer Baker,
Arts  '25.
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Track Club
(L. Buckley, Pres.)
This club conducts the meet, at which
the Faculty Cup Is awarded to the winner of the greatest number of points in
the open events. In the second term the
inter-class relay from Point Grey to
Willow Street Is conducted for the Arts
'20 Cup, at present held by Arts '25. Last
year the club participated in the Western Canada Intercollegiate track meet.
'   Rowing1 Club
(J. Oliver, President)
The Rowing Club was inaugurated during the session 1920-1921. Members must
join the Vancouver Rowing Club, for
which a fee of fifteen dollars is charged,
entitling them to use the equipment and
coaching of that club. Last year an inter-class regatta was held.
Hockey Club
In the year 1920-1921 the Varsity
Hockey Club entered the Senior City
League, and in addition to winning the
Godfrey Cup, emblematic of the city
championship, the team reached the
height of its success and captured
the championship of the province from
the Victoria Senators. Since then Varsity has been represented only by an
Intermediate Team, and it is hoped that
with the help of talent from Arts '28
the team will be able to capture the
Intermediate  championship  this  year.
Outdoors' Club
The Outdoors' Club caters to those at
the University who are fond of hiking,
mountain climbing and camping. Although the club's cabin was burned down
last year, enthusiastic members have already planned a most ambitious plan
for  the  coming session. UNiVFRSiTY OF B.  C.
PUBLICATIONS BOARD
Editor-in-Chief, T. W. Brown, Arts '25.
•Business Manager, Homer A. Thompson, Arts '25.
Senior Editor, Helen McGill. 'Arts 25.
Chief Reporter, Kenneth A. Schell,
Arts '25.
Associate Editors, Sadie Boyles. 'Arts
26. A. Barle Btrney, Arts '26.
As a weekly journal the Ubyssey is
i bout to enter its seventh year, and is
now on a firm -financial basis. It appears
i very Thursday throughout the session,
except in examination weeks.
A   special   staff  prepares   the  annual,
■ which,   as   the   traditional   gift   to   the
graduating seniors, is edited by a member of  the  junior  year  of  any   faculty.
Th "Ubyssey" (so spelled because it
is the "Odyssey" of U.B.C.) is primarily
a newspaper. It is intended to give
every student a knowledge of what is
going on in the various departments of
student activity. Contributions of a
purely literary nature are published in
the literary corner of the paper, and in
a special literary supplement which is
issued at the end of the session. The
Publications Board is affiliated with the
Pacific Inter-collegiate Press Association and exchange news from other
colleges in Canada and the U. S. A.
is featured.
Reporters for the paper are ohosen by
■■ the  chief reporter  in  an open  competition held the first week of the term.
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WOMEN'S ATHLETICS
Women's  Athletics  Association
Hon.  Pres.,  Mrs.  Boving.
President. Miss Doris Shorney. Arts
'25. Also on the Executive there are a
vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and
the presidents of the subsidiary societies.
The Women's Athletic Association
comprises all women's athletic clubs. It
is the medium, between these clubs and
the Students' Council. Active members
comprise all women students interested
in athletics.
Women's Basketball Club
The Women's Basketball Club is one
of the best known of Varsity organizations, and well deserves its popularity,
having made an enviable record in every
year of its existence. Second teams are
also fielded, so that there are lots of
opportunities for girls who are interested   to   get   in the  game.
Women's  Gymnasium  Club
This club meets every week at Chalmers Church, and Indulges in physical
exercises, apparatus work, and aesthetic
dancing. A cordial invitation to membership is extended to all those who
really want to exercise.
Interclas* Athletics.
The Spencer Cup for interclass athletics is competed for along the same
lines as the Governor's Cup for Men's
Athletics. The 'Arts 25 Cup, is competed for annually by the women along
the same lines a» the 'Arts 20 Relay Cup
Is competed for by the men. UNIVERSITY  OF B.  C.
Women's Orass Hookey  Club
The only open-air game for University
women is grass-hockey. Play must
start as soon as the University opens,
in order that games may be played before the weather breaks. All women
students can participate, the club supplying all equipment. The success of
the club has been due to the untiring
efforts of Mrs. Boving, the coach.
Women's Swimming Club.
A popular institution with the University women for the last nine years, the
swimming club has had much well-
merited success. Last year fhe club
competed with much success against
outside organizations.
WHERE   TO   OO   ON   SUNDAY
Anglican
St. George's 14th Ave. & Laurel.
Christ Church, Georgia & Burrard.
St. Paul's, Jervis & Pendrell.
Baptist
First Baptist, Thurlow and Nelson.
Fairview.  10th Ave., one  block W.  of
Main  Street.
Methodist
Mount Pleasant,  10th Ave. & Ontario.
Wesley, Burrard & Georgia.
Presbyterian
Chalmers. Twelfth Ave. and Hemlock.
Mount Pleasant. Tenth Ave. & Quebec.
St.  Andrew's, Richards & Georgia.
Roman  Catholic
Holy Rosary Pro-Cathedral, Richard &
Dunsmuir.
Christian  Scientist
First  Church,  1060  Georgia.
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LIBRARY AND SCIENTIFIC
The literary and Scientific Department
Hon. Pres Dr.  Boggs
•Pres Walter Turnbull
Secretary  Jean Faulkner
Debates  Mgr J.  Craig
Treasurer J.   Oliver
and presidents of the Men's and Women's Lits. also of Musical Society and
Players' Club.
The objects of the department are the
stimulation of interest in forensics. in
the arts, music, and the drama; the holding of international debates, the cultural education of the student body, and
the promotion of college spirit. It is
the only medium between the smaller
societies which constitute it and the Students' Council.
Active membership is automatically
conferred by membership in the Alma
Mater  Society.   (See  constitution.)
Intercollegiate Debates
(J.  Craig,  Mgr.)
Debates are open to all students, try-
outs for places being held early in the
session, each contestant presenting a
short speech bearing on the subject for
debate.
In the try-outs, delivery receives a
high  percentage  of  points.
This season the feature event will be
a debate with  the Oxford team.
Engineers' Discussion Club
This club was formed to encourage
public speaking and to distribute the
practical knowledge gained during their
summer work. Membership is limited
to actual and prospective members of
the science faculty. A three-fourths
vote is needed for election to membership. UNIVERSITY OF B.  C.
Sigma   Delta   Kappa
(J.   P.   Ledingham.   President   pro-tern)
The Sigma Delta Kappa is the only
■mixed literary society open to freshmen
and sophomores. It aims at developing
public speaking, and eliminating self-
consciousness. No two meetings of the
society are alike. The meetings always
resolve themselves into mock parliaments, peace conferences, mock trials,
W.   C.   T.  U.   conventions,  and   the  like.
Men's Literary Society
(Hilton Moore, President)
The Men's Literary Society aims at
developing public speaking among the
men of the University. It has been
truly called the "training ground of international debaters." In order that the
work of selecting debaters may be facili?
tated, the vice-president, who is also the •
International debates manager, has arranged to have competent critics at all
meetings of the society. Promising debaters will be given try-outs and coaching in preparation for the great Oxford
debate of this fall and for international
debates.
Women'.s literary Society
(Miss  Phyllis  Gregory,   President
pro-tem)
The Women's Literary Society has as
yet made no plans for the session, although it is assumed that it will offer
its usual programme. The society conducts a women's oratorical contest, and
women's   interclass   debates
Last year the women debated successfully against Willamette University,  oni
the   Ruhr   question.    No   definite   plans
for a women's international debate have
been made so far for this year.
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Players' Club.
(Miss Eloise Angell, President)
The Players' Club offers to its members three primary advantages. Not
only docs it give them the opportunity
for training in the histrionic art, but it
gives them the valuable experience of
actually producing plays. Finally it develops a taste for the best in modern
drama among the student body. A prize
of fifty dollars is awarded the student
writing a play suitable for the Club's
Xmas performance. In nine years of existence the club has staged the following
"spring plays": "Fanny and the Servant
Problem," "Merely Mary Ann," "The
Importance of Being Earnest," "Green
Stockings," "Sweet Lavender," "Alice-
Sit-By-the-Fire," "Mr. Pirn Passes By,"
"You Never Can Tell," "The World and
His Wife." Before the Christmas vacation a private performance of one-a t
plays is given. Membership in the club
is limited to sixty, chosen by competitive
open try-outs.
Agriculture Discussion Club
L. Murphy, Pres.
The Agriculture Discussion Club is
a literary and debating society which has
developed a lot of talent among the
students of the University Agriculture
Students, who are very faithful in attending meetings. The programme consists of debates, addresses, impromptu
speeches, mock parliaments, etc., and
all students present are called upon to
take part.
French Club.
Founded last spring, this society is
devoted to an appreciation of spoken
French. Membership is limited to
twenty students not members of La
Canadienne. UNIVERSITY OF B. C.
Historical  Society
.The Historical Society offers to its
members opportunity for independent research on contemporary problems. Membership is limited to twenty students in
the upper years, who show aptitude in
history. The society is not a social
club.
Mathematics  Club.
Formed last year, the Mathematics
Club aims at giving instruction and Interest to those who appreciate mathematical problems. The Einstein theory,
magic squares, life insurance and actuarial work are discussed in the society.
Thanks to Mr. Robinson, the honorary
president, the society enters its second
term   with   brilliant   prospects.
la Canadienne
Founded last fall this society is demoted to an appreciation of French literature, and for the purpose of giving to
its members the opportunity of studying
spoken French. Last year the society
staged some French plays which were
highly successful. Membership is limited to twenty students in the upper
years.
letters Club
(H.  Carmen  Sing,  President)
Founded five years ago, the Letters
Club meets fortnightly to study literature, "as a Joy." Membership is restricted to twenty students of the upper
years.
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Musloal Society
The Musical Society comprises the
Men's Glee Club, the Women's Glee Club,
and the Orchestra. A Christmas Concert is given at the University, and a
public concert in th spring. The success of the society is due In no small
measure to Miss Ida Morris, and Mr.
Wilbur Grant, who have given their services to the society for much time past.
Chemistry Society
(Mr.. Carter, President)
The Chemistry Society was formed
seven years ago for the purpose of increasing the interest in that subject. Instructive and interesting lectures are
given by the faculty, and papers are
read by Student members. The Society
is open  to all  interested  in  chemistry.
S. C. M.
(J.  Gibbard, Pres.)
"The S. C. M. in Canada is based upon
a thorough realization of the principles
that Jesus Christ stood for, and a firm
resolve to live up to those principles."
The U B. C. branch of the S. C. M.
has grown from a small and almost unknown society Into the present flourishing organization which staged the inter-
provincial conference here last year.
The library Is to study in, not to hold
Impromptu debates or conversations. Remember this. UNIVERSITY OF B. C.
YELLS!
KITSUANO—CAPHANO
KitsUano,  Capilano,  Siwash  Squaw—
Kla-how-ya, Tillicum, Skookum Wah—
Hy-yu Mammook, Mucka Mucka Zip.
B. C. 'Varsity Rip, Rip, Rip.
'V-A-R-S-I-T-Y
'Varsity..
SKYROCKET
S—S—S-S-S-S—Boom!!!!
Ahahahahahahahahahah—!!!!
(whistle)
'Varsity!!!! or other name desirable..
WAR WHOOP
Wa—a—a—r Whoop!!!
Wa—a—a—r Whoop!!!
Wa—a—a—r    Whoop!!!
W—o—o—o—w.
'VARSITY!!!
CATFISH, DOQFISH
Catfish!  Dogfish!  Devilfish!  Sharks!
Atta  boy,  atta  boy,  raise  some  sparks!
Eat 'em up, eat 'em up, eat 'em up raw!
B. C. 'Varsity, Rah! Rah!! Rah!!!
KICK   'EM  HIGH
Kick 'em high—!
Tackle  low—!
Are you ready?
Let her go—
HOID 'EM 'VARSITY
Hold 'em 'Varsity—
Hold 'em 'Varsity—
Hold 'em 'Varsity—
Fight! Fight! Fight! FIGHT!!
(emphasis on this last fight)
lOCOMOTIVE
Ra-a-ah, Ra-a-ah, Ra-a-ah,  (slow)
Ra-a-ah. Ra-a-ah, Ra-a-ah, (fast)
Ra-ah, Ra-ah, Ra-ah, (faster)
'VARSITY—Rah!
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SONGS
The U. B. C. has no college songs of
its own in the true sense of the word.
There are, however, certain songs that
are sung whenever U. B. C. students
get together. The most important of
these  we  give  below.
C1EMENTINE
In a cavern, in a canyon,
Excavating  for  a  mine,
Dwelt a  miner,  forty-niner,
And his daughter Clementine.
Chorus:
Oh, my darling; oh, my darling,
Oh,  my  darling Clementine!
Thou  art  lost and  gone  forever;
Dreadful sorry, Clementine.
Light she was and like a fairy.
And her shoes were number nine;
Herring   boxes   without   topses,
Sandals were for Clementine-
Drove she ducklings to the water
Every morning, just at nine;
Stubbed  her toe against a sliver,
Fell  into  the  foaming  brine..
Ruby  lips  above  the  water.
Blowing bubbles soft and fine;
Alas! for me, I was no swimmer,
So I lost my Clementine.
Then the miner, forty-niner,
Soon began to peak and pine;
Thought he "oughter jine" his daughter
Now he's with his Clementine.
How I missed, how I missed her,
How I missed my Clementine!
Till I kissed her little sister,
And forgot my Clementine. UNIVERSITY OF B. C.
HI!  HI!' 'THE 'VARSITY
It is the work of all the land
To build up now what they began;
So join  with us and lend a  hand
To build our future 'Varsity.
Hi! Hi! the Faculty,
The students of the U. B. C.
Hi!  Hi!   the  'Varsity;
We're working for the future.
Now each of us, both short and tall,
Do well agree our home's too small;
So listen,  then,  to our great call,
The students of the 'Varsity.
Hi! Hi! the Faculty, etc.
There's   one    thing   certain,    clear   and
plain:
We ne'er shall drop this great campaign
Until the stones are fairly lain
Upon the site of 'Varsity.
Hi! Hi! the Faculty, etc.
MY BONNIE 1IES OVER THE OCEAN
My Bonnie lies over the ocean, my Bonnie lies over the sea.
My Bonnie lies over the ocean; oh! bring
back my Bonnie to me.
Chorus:
Bring back, bring back, bring back my
Bonnie to me, to me;
Bring back, bring back, oh! bring back
my Bonnie  to me.
Oh, blow ye winds over the ocean, and
blow ye winds over the sea,
Oh, blow ye winds over the ocean, and
bring back by Bonnie to me.
The  winds  have  blown  over  the  ocean,
the   winds   have   blown   over   the
sea.
The  winds  have  blown  over  the  ocean,
and   brought  back   my  Bonnie to
me.
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(Parody)
My Bonnie has tuberculosis, my Bonnie
has only one lung;
My Bonnie  has  tuberculosis,  but it has
no effect on her tongue.
Bring back, bring back, bring back my
Bonnie's one lung, one lung;
Bring back, bring back, oh! bring back
my Bonnie's one lung.
THE  SUNDAY  SCHOOl  SONO
Come old folks, come young folks, come
—everybody come;
Come,   join   the   darkle   Sunday   School
and make yourself to hum.
Be   sure   you   check   your   chewing-gum
with Rastus at the  door,
And you'll hear more Bible stories than
you ever hard before.
Now Adam was a gardener, and Eve a
garden eress,
And they raised Cain and Abel, and cabbages and cress;
But Adam didn't like it, so he pulled up
the stfl.kcs'
And now he's taking Keeley Cure, for
he was seeing snakes.
Now Esau was a hunter of a wild and
woolly make;
His father left him half a farm, and
half   to   Brother   Jake;
But Esau thought the title to his land
wasn't clear,
So he sold it to his brother for a sandwich and a beer.
Now Samson was a strong man of the
John D. Sullivan school;
He licked the whole creation with the
fragments of a mule;
But a lass named Delilah filled him
full of gin,
Snipped him bald-headed, and the copper ran .him in. 40
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Now   David   was   a   scrapper,   a   husky
little cuss.
And  he  and  old  Goliath  they  raised  an
awful  fuss;
Goliath tore his hair and swore he'd kill
the kid or bust,
But David took a pebble and he heaved
it through his crust.
Now Solomon was a wise man—he made
a heap of cash;
The   Queen   of   Sheba   came   along,   and
Solly made a mash;
But Solomon thought that Royalty was
rather  underpaid,
So he took  to writing proverbs,  though
he  was a king  by  trade.
King David and King Solomon led various   kinds  of  lives,
With various kinds of vices and various kinds of  wives;
But when they felt death coming on,
with various kinds of qualms,
King Solomon wrote the Proverbs, and
King   David   wrote   the   Psalms.
Now   Jonah   was  a   sailor,   so  runs   the
ancient tale;
He   cruised   the   broad   Atlantic   in   the
steerage of a whale;
But Jonah, in the whale, made the whale
feel  distressed,
So   Jonah   pressed   the   button   and   the
whale—he did the rest.
'ome old folks, come young folks, come
—everybody   come:
Come,   join   the   darkle   Sunday   School
and make yourself to hum;
Be   sure   you   check   your   chewing-gum
with   Rastus  at  the  door,
And you'll hear more Bible stories* than
you ever heard before.
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THERE IS A TAVERN IN THB TOWN
There  is a tavern in the town,  in  the
town,
And there my dear love sits him down,
sits him down,
And drinks his wine 'mid laughter free,
And never, never thinks of me..
Chorus:
Fare thee well, for I must leave thee,
Do not let the parting grieve thee.
And remember  that the best of friends
must part, must part.
Adieu, adieu, kind friends; adieu, adieu,
adieu;
I   can   no   longer   stay  with   you,   stay
with you;
I'U hang my harp ou a weeping-willow
tree,
And may the world go well with thee.
He left me for a damsel dark, damsel
dark;
Each Friday night they used to spark,
used to spark,
And now my love, once true to me,
Takes that dark damsel on his knee.
Oh! dig my grave both wide and deep,
wide and deep;
Put  tombstones  at  my  head  and   feet,
head and feet;
And on my breast carve  a turtle-dove,
To signify I died for love.
CAMPAIGN  SONO
We're through with the tents and hovels,
We're done  with shingle  stain;
That's why we want you to Join us
And  carry  our  campaign.
Each year you can watch us growing,
While our huts shrink more and more.
Just ask us where we are going.
And you'll hear the answering roar:
Point Grey! UNIVERSITY OF B. C.
THE  SPANISH GUITAR
When   I   was a  student at  Cadiz,
I played on the Spanish guitar, ching,
ching!
I used to make love to the ladies,
I think of them still from afar, ching,
ching!
Chorus:
King, ching, ching!
Ring, ching, ching!
Ring out, ye bells.
Oh ring out, ye bells,
Oh ring out, ye bells!
Ring, ching, ching!
Ring, ching, ching!
Ring out, ye bells,
As I play on my Spanish guitar, ching,
ching!
I  was four years a student at Cadiz,
Where nothing one's pleasure can mar,
ching ching!
And where many a beautiful maid is,
Oh   I   strumm'd   and   I   twang'd   my
guitar, ching ching!
Oh I sang serenades there at Cadiz
Till I got an attack of catarrh, ching,
ching!
Though  no more  I could  serenadize,
Still  I   played  on  my  Spanish  guitar,
ching,  ching!
When   at  last  the   train  bore   me   from
Cadiz,
The   ladies   all   wept   round   the   car,
ching, ching!
Oh,   it  grieved   me   to   part   from   those
ladies;
But I carried away my guitar, ching,
ching!
I'm no longer a student at Cadiz,
But   I   play   on   the   Spanish   guitar,
ching, ching!
And still I am fond of the ladies,
Though now I'm a happy papa, ching,
ching!
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RIDING DOWN FROM BANGOR
Riding down  from  Bangor  on  an  Eastern  train,
After weeks of hunting in the woods of
Maine,
Quite  extensive  whiskers,  beard,   moustache as well,
Sat a student fe)low,  tall and  slim and
swell-
Empty  seat  behind  him,  no  one  at  his
side,
Into quiet village Eastern train did glide.
Enter   aged   couple,   take   the   hindmost ■
seat;
Enter village maiden, beautiful,  petite.
Blushingly   she   faltered,   "Is   this   seat
engaged?"
Sees the aged  couple  properly  enraged;
Student,  quite  ecstatic,   sees   her   ticket
through;
Thinks of the long tunnel—thinks what
he will do.
Pleasantly  they chatted.    How  the cin-.
ders fly!
Till  the  student fellow  gets  one in  his
eye.
Maiden,     sympathetic,     turns      herself
about—
"May I, if you please,  sir, try  to get it
out?"
Then  the  student  fellow  feels a  gentle
touch;
Hears  a  gentle  murmur,   "Does  it  hurt
you much?"
Whiz! slap! bang! into tunnel quite,
Into glorious darkness, black as Egypt's
night.
Out into  the daylight glides that Eastern  train;
Student's hair is ruffled just the merest
grain;
Maiden    seen    all   blushes,    when    then
and there appeared
A   tiny   little   ear-ring   in   that   horrid
student's beard. 44 UNIVERSITY  OF B.  C.
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CLASS PINS
made   by
O.B. Allan Ltd.
GRADUATES!
will be interested in our
display of
Engagement Rings
480-486 Granville Street
Cor. Pender
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Thurs..  Oct.  9
Fri.. Oct.   18
Sat..   Oct.   11 '..)
UNIVERSITY OF  B- C.
ii don't believe you Yet"
Neither will "Freddy" if you admit that
you have been titight. Nevertheless I will
coach you far your parts, debates or orations.
HELEN BADGLEY
Inttractor
Speech Arts Classes
Vancouver   City   Night   Schools
Four Weeks' Dramatic School
July *25
A Single Lesson on   your own  material.
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Suite 18.
603 Howe St.
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Mon.,   Oct.   13
rues..  Oct.   14
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Thurs..   Oct.   16
Fri.,  Oct.   17
;Sat.. Oct.  18 UNIVERSITY  OF B.  C.
Greater  Values!   More  Pep!
SEMI-READY
CLOTHES
Either in stock or made-to-
your measure
Better Than Ever
SEE OUR
New Tuxedos for
Young Men
AND  OUR
Blue  Chinchilla
"Guards" Overcoats
Thomas &
McBain, Ltd.
655 Granville Street
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Oct.
19
Mon.
Oct.
20
Tues
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21
Wed.
Oct.
12
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.  23
Fri..
Oct.
24
Sat..   Oct.   25 UNIVERSITY OF B. C.
STUDENT    HANDBOOK 55
To Subscribers of
The B. C. Ladies'
Mirror
As announced in our issue
of September 15, we have
merged our interests with the
SATURDAY TRIBUNE as
the woman's department of
the new paper, which will be
published weekly.
YOURS FAITHFULLY,
THE   MIRROR
PUBLISHERS, LTD.
569  Howe Street.
Vancouver, B. C.
Phone Sey. 781 1
Sun..   Oct.   -26
Mon.,
Oct.
27
Tues.
Oct.
28
Wed.,
Oct.
29
Thurs
.  Oct
30
Fri.,  Oct.   31
Sat..   Nov.   ] 56
UNIVERSITY OF B.  C.
RADIO
Radio is in itself an education. It is also the simplest form of relaxation
from the demands of the
University year. You will
find here a range of prices
from $7.00 up for complete sets.
99
Radio Corporation of
Vancouver, Ltd.
605  DUNSMUIR  ST VANCOUVER
OPERATING C.F.Y.C.
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Nov. 2
Mon.,
Nov.   3
Tues.
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Wed.
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Thurs.,   Nov.   6
Fri..
Nov.  7
Sat.. Nov.  8 58 UNIVERSITY  OF B.  C.
Specialize in thfi best
SPORTING
GOODS
AND
VARSITY
PENNANTS
Special Discount to U. B. C.
Students
GRANVILLE 0 ROBSON
Sey. 4653 718 Robson
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Wed.. Nov.   12
Thurs.,  Nov.   13
Fri.,  Nov.   14
Sat.,   Nov.   15 UNIVERSITY OF B. C.
STUDENT    HANDBOOK
A WORD
TO
UNIVERSITY
STUDENTS
Your Personal Xmas Greeting Cards at a discount on
presentation of this book for
identification.
Our Cards are Artistic and
Distinctive.
Sample Book Now Ready
ffitchell-Foley, Ltd.
Commercial   Printers   ft   Stationers   and
School  Books
522 Hastings St. W.
SEYMOUR   1005
Sun.,  Nov.   16
Mon.. Nov.  17
Tues.. Nov.   18
Wed..  Nov.   19
Thurs..  Nov.   20
Fri.,   Nov.   21
Sat..   Nov.   22 (.1
UNIVERSITY OF B. C
BOOTS 8
SHOES
All the best makes direct
from factory sold at popular
prices. Get the best at least
money. Satisfaction guaranteed.
PADDOCK
BOOT SHOP
989 Granville St.
Cor. Nelson. Out of the High Rent District
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HANDBOOK
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Mon.,  Nov.   24
Tues..  Nov.   2 5
Wed.,   Nov.   26
Tliurs.,  Nov.   27
Fri..  Nov.   28
Sat..   Nov.   29 64 UNIVERSITY OF B.  C.
J.W. FOSTER, Ltd.
Dealers in Snappy
Clothes for Young
Men
Vancouver Representatives
for
Fit-Reform Clothing
AND
Burberry Coats
345 Hastings West
STUDENT
HANDBOOK
65
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Mon..  Dec.   1
Tues.,  Dec.   2
Wed..  Dec.   3
Thurs..  Dec.   4
Fri..  Dec.  5
Sat., Dec.  6 UNIVERSITY OF B.  C.
s
The
PROTT
HAW
CHOOLS
coaches in any subject of
the First Year or any
languages of all years.
A   very   high   percentage   of   success   at   all
Exams.
If you decide to give up University work
and enter business, we stand ready to supply you the very best individual instruction
and to place you quickly.
Nearly a score of graduates patronized us
last year. Most of them are now holding
fine  secretarial  positions.
UP TO A STANDARD, NOT DOWN TO
A PRICE
R. J.  SPROTT, B.A.
Mgr.
Sey.    1810
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Mon.,  Dec.   8
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Wed.. Dec.   10
Thurs.. Dec. 1 1
Fri.,  Dec.   12
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Sun.,  Dec.   14
RTUDrNT    HANDBOOK 69
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Mon..  Dec   15
Mon..   Dec    22
lues., Dec.   Id
Wed..   Dec.   17
Tues ,  Dec    23
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Thurs..   Dec.   18
Thurs..  Dec.   25
Fn., Dec.   19
Fri.    De.-%'26
Sat..   Dec.   20
Sat..  Dec.   27 7(1
UNIVERSITY OF B. C.
U.B.C. STUDENTS
SPECIAL
Black   and   Brown   Brogues
and   Oxfords   for  Men   and
Women
$5.45
Satin Dress Slippers
$5.00 up
Men's Dress Pumps
$6.00
ENGLISH SPATS
WILSON Shn STORE
157-159 Hastings West
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Dec.
28
Mon..
Dec.
29
Tues ,
Dec,
30
Wed .
Dec.
31
Thurs
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.   1
Fr .  J
an.   2
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R C
COMMERCIAL
& Secretarial School
Special Individual Courses
Many Varsity Students
enrolled    last    Summer
Phone  for  Ctilulogue
Sey. 7564
Opp..   Hotel   Van
Where shall I get my Office
Printing done ?
DON'T WORRY!
FHONE     FAIR.    205    OR    1372
and    results    will    be    to    your
advantage.
A. H. TIMMS
PRINTER
220   Mth   Ave    E. Vancouver,   B. C.
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Mart..
Jan.
5
Tues.,
Jan.
6
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Jan.
7
1 hurs
,  Jat
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Fr.. J
jn.  9
Sat.,   Jan.   10 74 UNIVERSITY  OF B.  C.
A.G. Spalding&Bros.
of Canada,  Limited
424 Hastings Street
Athletic Goods
AND
Sporting Clothing
That are Guaranteed
to give
YOU
Satisfaction
The New Spalding Catalogue
is just out
STUDENT
HANDBOOK
7S
Sun., Jan.   1 1
Mon., Jan.   12
Tues., Jan.   13
Wed.. Jan.   14
Thurs.,  Jan.   1 5
Fr..  Jan.   16
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UNIVERSITY  OF B.  C.
AN OFFER
TO THE
STUDENT
BODY
10% of all purchases made
by students at our store will
be donated towards the playing fields at Point Grey.
Murphy & Chapman
LIMITED
569 Seymour St.
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Sun.,
Jan.
1
Mon.,
Jan
19
Tues
, Jan.
20
Wed.,
Jan.
21
Thurs
.. Jan
, 22
Fr..  Jan.   23
Sat.. Jan.   24 7* UNIVERSITY OF B. C.
Get yourself a pair of
Leckie's Fine Brogues for
the damp winter months,
—At    all    Leading    Shoe
Stores.
The
JLechie Co. Ltd. Vancouver B.C
STUDENT    HANDBOOK 79
Sun., Jan.   25
Mon,,  Jan.   26
Tues , Jan.   2 7
Wed..   Jan.   28
Thurs.,  Jan.   29
Fri.. Jan.   30
Sat..   Jan.   31 SO UNIVERSITY OF B. C.
WE IMPORT
GENUINE JADE
IVORY BEADS
MAH JONG SETS
Finest Quality at Reasonable
Prices
Kwong Chin Ho Co.
JEWELERS
39 Pender St. E. near Carrall
Established in   1890
STUDENT    HANDBOOK SI
Mon..  Feb.   2
Tues.. Feb.  3
Wed
.   Feb.
4
Thurs., Feb.
5
Fri.,
Feb.   6
Sat..   Feb.   '/ 8 2 UNIVERSITY  OF  B.  C.
Get Your
University
Supplies
Loose Leaf Books, Fountain
Pens, Ink Wells, Waste
Paper Baskets, Etc.
AT THE
Vancouver Stationers Ltd.
Booksellers, Printers and
Stationers
683 Granville St.
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HANDBOOK
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Feb.   8
Mon.
Feb.   9
Tues.
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Wed.
Feb.   1 1
Thurs..  Feb.   12
Fr..   Feb.   13
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Wed.,   Feb.   25
Thurs..  Feb.   19
Thurs..   Feb.   26
Fri..  Feb.  20
Fri.. Feb.  27
Sa.,   Feb.   21
Sat .   Feb.   28 86 UNIVERSITY OF B. C.
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Sun.. Mar.  8
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Mon.,  Mar    9
Tues., Mar.  3
Tues.,  Mar.   10
Wed.,  Mar.   4
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Thurs., Mar.  5
Thurs.,  Mar.   12
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Fri.,  Mar.   11
Sat., Mar.  7
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NO FOOLIN'
Beginners or advanced students can
learn more here in
two or three lcs-
sons than they
would believe possible. Remember the
newest dance-steps
can only be taught by those capable of
ccuting them  gracefully  themselves.
"Quick Results at Little
Expense"
Strictly private or class lessons, day or night
"Our   reputation   is   your   guarantee"
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Rudolph   Va'cntinn   Cup.   Vancouver    1923
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Private  Dancing  School
SLY.  707 518 Hastings St. West 9 2 UNIVERSITY OF B.  C.
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Mon.,  Mar.   23
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Wed.,   Apr.   1
Thurs., Mat.   26
Thurs.,  Apr.  2
Fr., Mar.  27
Fri.,  April  3
Sat..  Mar.   28
Sat.. April 4 94 UNIVERSITY OF B.  C.
STUDENT    HANDBOOK 95
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Sun., April   1 2
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Tues., April 7
Tues., April   H
Wed.. April 8
Wed.,  April   15
Thurs.,   April   9
Thurs.,   Apr.    16
Fri.,  April   10
Fri..   Apr.    17
Sat.,  Arpil   11
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