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Published Annually by the Students of the
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THERE WAS A TIME, LONG, LONG AGO, WHEN WE LOOKED UP TO  OUR PUBLIC  SCHOOL TEACHER
AND MARVELLED AT HER KNOWLEDGE.
TODAY   WE   ARE   STILL   MARVELLING   AT   THOSE  TEACHERS. . . THOSE   UNRECOGNIZED    AND
UNDERPAID MOULDERS OF THE FUTURE CITIZENS OF THIS GREAT DOMINION.
THEIRS IS THE HARD TASK OF BLAZING THE PATHS ALONG WHICH OUR YOUTH MUST FOLLOW.  IN
THEIR CAPABLE HANDS ARE PLACED OUR YOUNG SOLDIERS, STATESMEN AND DOCTORS.
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NORMAN A. M. MacKENZIE
President of the  University of British Columbia.
PneAidlesttk MeMacfe . . .
I am glad to have this opportunity
of wishing the Class of 1949 au revoir
and of expressing greetings and best
wishes to all of the student body.
The world we live in is a difficult,
dangerous and complicated one, and I
see no early or easy solution of the
problems responsible for its uneasiness
and insecurity. These problems have
their origins in the desires of men and
women everywhere to get a greater degree of control over their own affairs
and to get a larger share of the material things of this world. Both of these
are natural and legitimate objectives.
Neither of them will be easy of attainment. In fact, both of them may be
impossible for everyone, but men and
women  will  continue to  pursue them,
and our problems and yours is to try
and devise ways and means by which
and through which people may strive
after these objectives and do so without endangering the security and the
welfare of others. If you have learned
at University that it is always necessary to strike a balance between the
desirable and the possible and achieve
a measure of contentment within the
balance struck, you will, I think, be in
a position to make a real contribution
to the progress, mental health and
happiness of the world.
We at the University will follow
your careers in the light of our own
interest in human as well as material
values.
The best of luck.
N. A. M. MacKENZIE.
Page Twenty-six   • THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
BOARD OF GOVERNORS FIX POLICY
Leading Citizens Work Under Chancellor Hamber for Betterment of the University
UBC knew little of its board of governors. It was the
council of top brass, the real link between the state university and the state, but few could name the members or even
explain its function. This was the way UBC had prospered;
its board of governors framed the policy, but left the educating to the educators.
Six of the nine voting governors who sat around the
long carved board table spoke as representatives of British
Columbia's citizens who had paid out more than a million
dollars for the university's yearly provincial grant and
another six and a half million since war's end for permanent
construction. Links between state university and state, appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, were W. G.
Murrin. retired president of the B.C. Power Corporation,
Edward H. Barton, Chilliwack, Hon. Mr. Justice James M.
Coady, member of the B.C. Supreme Court, J. B. Clearihue,
Victoria lawyer, R. H. Neelands, secretary of the Vancouver
local of the International Typographical Union, and George
T. Cunningham, of the drug store chain.
Three members elected by the University's Senate,
A. E. Lord, Kenneth Caple- and Austin Schinbein, together
with the ex-officio members, Dr. MacKenzie and Chancellor
Eric W. Hamber, completed the cross-section of British
Columbia which ruled the university.
CHANCELLOR  HAMBER   acted   as   host  to  distinguished   Anthony
when the British statesman paid visit to campus.
Eden
•   Page  Twenty-seven MISS  M.  DOROTHY MAWDSLEY
Dean  of Women
WALTER H. GAGE
Dean of Administrative and Inter-Faculty Affairs
FACULTY FACED SERIOUS PROBLEMS
Experienced Administration Executives Gave UBC Faculties Capable Leadership
Despite problems engendered by overcrowding, faculty
members had been active in attempting to alleviate congested
conditions by opening the massive new wing of the Library.
The colourful ceremony had taken place shortly after Fall
Congregation.
Deans of the four faculties—Arts, Agriculture, Applied
Science and Law—had had their share in meeting problems
facing them occasioned by general shortages.
The Arts Faculty, guided for twenty-seven years by the
capable Dean, Dr. Daniel Buchanan, had seen his successor,
Dr. S. F. N. Chant, take over the reins of leadership.
Designed to give the students a well-balanced background education to enable them to continue successfully in
their chosen fields, the Arts Faculty had offered courses
ranging from the study of modern languages to the latest
developments in atomical research.
Agriculture, under Dean F. Clement, as in past years,
had featured aid to small farm holders through a series of
short winter courses, year-round occupational courses and
extension courses, offered at different points in the province
under the auspices of the University Extension Department.
While hostilities between the two traditional faculty
enemies, Arts and Applied Science, had faded away, the
Applied Science Faculty, under the leadership of Dean J. N.
Finlayson, had proudly moved into the first two floors of
the partially completed new Applied Science Building.
Law, the baby of the Faculties, packed into two or three
scattered army huts, had seen an amazingly successful lifespan under its capable and kindly leader, Dean G. F. Curtis.
Harrassed by problems concerning the many phases of
a co-ed life, from hostile landladies to lecture timetables, Dr.
Dorothy Mawdsley, Dean of Women, had taken active
interest in women's activities, whether it concerned planned
campaigns for women's residences or sorority bidding
procedures.
Page Twenty-eight  • JOHN NORRIS FINLAYSON
Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science
F.   M.   CLEMENT
Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture
THE DEANS
G. F. CURTIS
Dean of the Faculty of Law
S.  N.   F.  CHANT
Dean  of the  Faculty of Arts  and  Science
•   Page Twenty-nine STUDENTS'   COUNCIL   MET   EVERY   MONDAY   EVENING;   PORED   OVER   UNDERGRADUATE    TRIALS    AND   TRIBULATIONS,    ARGUED,    DRANK   COFFEE1.
COUNCIL FACED HECTIC YEAR
Student Government Coped With Expanded Enrolment, Restricted Finances
The election posters had said: "A Big Man for a Big
Job." At year's end, students knew that their impressive (six
foot plus, handsome in a halfback sort of way) Scienceman
president had lived up to this one election promise at least.
He had made it a big year even though money troubles
popped up continually, eliminating most of the hell-raising,
but money-losing, side show parts of student government.
"Big Dave" Brousson started his year at a disadvantage.
He was elected by the Sciencemen, and everybody knew it.
But with the aid of his treasurer, hearty, ex-basketball playing Paul Plant, the pork barrel lid had been tightly clamped
down, and Brousson went about the job of saying "No" to
people, and making them like it.
The "No's" started off with the budget, which said "No"
to just about everybody. Plant prepared it after a summer
of wading through red ink, told students at the fall general
meeting that the governing Alma Mater Society was suffering
a colossal $20,000 hangover from previous exuberance. It
would take two years of rigid diet, he said, to put the AMS
back on its feet. His solution, the "Plant Austerity Plan,"
was as important to the campus press, politicians and public
as the "Abbott Plan" austerity of the Federal Government,
and it aroused no less discussion and debate among the constituents affected.
Although it was Plant who found the ways to save
money, it was Brousson in the main who made austerity a
popular sacrifice. An astute businessman, 28-year-old
Brousson tended the Alma Mater Society and at the same
time ran a grocery-lunch counter at Acadia Camp, a self-
service launderette (with a partner) in the East End, and an
army hut home with wife Trixie and two toddlers. Despite the
fact he was older than most on the campus, and more learned
in the ways of the world, Brousson never let the presidency
become a baby-sitting job; he got down and crawled around
the floor with the rest of the kids.
The money-weary Council didn't forget, however, the
requisite dog fights of the year. The Plant probe committee,
offshoot of the budget worries, said The Daily Ubyssey had
filled its pages with "space-consuming" columns instead of
razzle-dazzle publicity for AMS dances and shows. Councillors followed up by appointing a public relations officer to
watch The Ubyssey's p's and q's (which sometimes came out
as t's and g's in the error-ridden paper). Pubsters considered
they had come out on top, just as they had in the annual Pub-
Council basketball fracas, however, when Council declined
to accept a semi-annual financial report from Treasurer
Plant after he devoted a third of it to comments on The
Ubyssey's policies. The Christian Science Organization tried
vainly to gain a place in the sun through literature boxes,
but failed half a dozen times before Council; the CCF Club
was mildly but firmly chastized for bringing a speaker to
the campus without permission; the Undergraduate Societies
Committee called Council "autocratic," then tried to grab
some of the power itself.
Occasional though infrequent visitors to the Council
pool hall rendezvous were Jackie Sherman, quiet-as-a-mouse
president of Women's Athletic Directorate; Al Freeman,
efficient,  behind-the-scenes   sophomore   member  elected   in
Page Thirty • POPULAR PRESIDENT Dave Brousson loosens his tie, gets down to serious
work. Brousson capably handled a tough job.
a fall by-election; Ian MacKenzie, junior member, to whom
fell the task of organizing the mammoth Homecoming; John
N. "Chick" Turner, Council funnyman and Rhodes Scholar,
who kept clubs untangled as Co-ordinator of Activities;
demure Helen Lindsay, president of Women's Undergraduate
Society;  Nancy  Davidson,  matador  of the  obstinate wire
TREASURER PAUL PLANT,   put "austerity budget"   into effect,   cut down
the   $42,000   deficit  facing   the   Alma   Mater   Society.
recorder, which preserves Council's decisions; Dave Williams,
erudite chairman of the Undergraduate Societies Committee,
quiet sophisticate of the Law faculty and framer of most of
Council's involved declarations; and a last-minute addition to
the campus legislature, public relations officer Harry Curran,
who kept Council in the good graces of the press.
NANCY   DAVIDSON,   secretary   of   council,   supplied   the   charm   while
capably transcribing solons' arguments.
PREXY   of   all   campus   clubs.    Literary   and    Scientific   member   Roger
Pedersen kept a close check on his bumptious charges.
•  Page Thirty-one UNDERGRADUATE SOCIETIES COMMITTEE GATHERS AROUND CHAIRMAN DAVE WILLIAMS TO PLOT ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO  SEIZE  COUNCIL POWER.
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Subsidiary Organizations
Had Troublesome Year
Undergraduate   Societies   Committee
could    chalk   up   another   frustrating
year after several unsuccessful forays
into the Council pork barrel. Led by
Chairman Dave Williams, the committee spent many meetings in fruitless
search of themselves, emerging at the.
end of the term with a resolution asking
for   veto   power   over  Council   action.
This was refused by a general meeting.
Literary and Scientific Executive,
under President Roger Pederson, managed to increase extra-curricular activity
on the campus despite a slashed budget.
LSE  PREXY  PEDERSEN MET OFTEN WITH  MAIN  EXECUTIVE.    GROUP  PONDERED  WAYS   AND   MEANS   OF  BEATING   PLANT'S   AUSTERITY   BUDGET.
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WOMEN'S   UNDERGRADUATE  SOCIETY   GATHERED   EVERY   WEEK   TO   DISCUSS   TRIALS   AND   TRIBULATIONS   OR   THEIR   FEMININE   CONSTITUENTS.
WUS-STAFF
WUS Handled Women's Griefs,
AMS Staff Handled Everybody
The light, feminine touch on the
levers of student government was that
of the Women's Undergraduate Society.
Every Friday noon, the representatives of coeds in all years and faculties
met to plan, discuss, argue and munch
cheese sandwiches. Under the capable
leadership of Helen Lindsay, they surveyed, chewed over and demolished all
aspects of the campus coed problem.
Largely through WUS initiative, a
heightened interest in coed affairs was
apparent all year. The first women's
page in the history of The Daily
Ubyssey appeared, and several women
speakers were brought to the campus to
speak of the problems of feminity.
The Petticoat Brigade of the Alma
Mater Society offices saw to it that no
orbs slipped out of their orbits unawares. The sometimes smiling often
belligerent staff of five had been hard
put to keep order in the sprawling realm
of student affairs. Jane Bartle, capable receptionist and student president's
secretary, answered innumerable inquiries from bewildered students seeking room bookings, direction, or just a
place to post a letter home.
Bev Shepard kept dilligent watch
over the books and the sanctity of the
inner office while the balance of the
staff was rounded out by Mavis
Walton, the girl behind the money
drawer; Lois Webster, stenographer,
and Barbara James, secretary to the
athletic manager.
AMS OFFICE STAFF DISPLAY ONE  OF RARE SMILES.   GIRLS DID  MOST  O F THE HEAVY  ROUTINE WORK FOR  COUNCIL.    NOTE DISPIRITED  LOOKS.
•  Page Thirty-three !, y-  ENGINEERS,  FRESHMEN  SLUG   IT OUT  IN ANNUAL  LILYPOND   BATTLE.    NUMEROUS   BYSTANDERS   ALSO   ENDED   UP   TAKING   UNSCHEDULED   BATH.
Frosh Get Oriented
Annual Battles Fill Lily Pond
As Faculties Mix It Up
After inclement weather had somewhat curbed Redshirt activity for a
week,   the   ferocious    Engineers   had
finally come to life late in September
and carried out their traditional mayhem on green Freshmen.
Parading noisily around the campus,
Engineers, out for Frosh blood, snaked
through the caf carrying the limp
effigy of an innocent victim as a warning to others.    The first freshman to
break the calm surface of the Lily Pond
was a vigorous young Aggie student,
who gave a rather good account of
himself by dragging four Engineers
into the drink with him.
The ensuing battle saw five more
Freshmen "welcomed" to the university
by the traditional dunking.
PROHIBITED FRATERNIZATION among Frosh was done on the sly. Other      FROSH   SMOKER   saw   sciencemen   dealing   out   punishments  to   erring
regulations: Rolled-up pants, green nail polish, signs. victims. Even freshmen had a good time.
Page Thirly-tlx • INTENSE CONCENTRATION on engineering project is displayed by future
scienceman. Edifice lasted for three minutes.
GLAZED LOOK   in  Freshman's  eyes  comes   partly  from  beard of  upper-
classman, partly from confusion and chaos of registration.
With brutal disrespect for the gentler
sex, they cornered a group of Freshettes,, handed them song books, and
forced them to mouth the vile lyrics
of "We are, we are, we are the
Engineers."
The day, however, was not all
brutality    as    Frosh    students    made
friends with one another quickly, and
young males proudly smoked cigars at
a Freshman smoker, turning green with
what they said was envy of their more
mature fellows.
The following week, the eager newcomers  were  introduced  to  university
social life with the annual Frosh ball,
held in the Armoury.
A little horseplay, some roughness,
a good deal of kidding and a great deal
of fraternization marked a lively first
fortnight as the Frosh took all in their
stride and settled down to four years
of work and campus social activity.
FROSH HAPPILY SHED  DISTINCTIVE GREEN  BUTTONS TO  BECOME  FULL-FLEDGED    UNDERGRADUATES.     HANDHOLDING    IS    ANOTHER    TRADITION.
•  Page   Thirty-seven PHRATERES STAGED  FIRST MAJOR SOCIAL EVENT OF THE  SEASON,  PROVED   RESOUNDING SUCCESS.     COUPLES   COMPLETELY   FILLED   BROCK.
Fall Social Season
Dances, Fashion Shows
Keep Socialites Busy
At first, the autumn social season
looked like it was going to be a complete flop.
Phrateres had provided the spark for
the fire, however. In the first of many
sponsored dances, the Brock Hall was
completely packed with couples attending the annual fall formal, built around
a "Harvest Moon" theme.
WUS had come through with an
afternoon  fashion   show,   which  made
even board males sit up and look. Lacy •
negligees, flimy nightgowns and slink-
ingly seductive evening gowns were the
main features of the show, which completely floored the male population of
the campus.
In   between   parties,   some   studying
was done.
MODELS showed  off  everything   from   revealing   bathing  suits   to  slinky       PHRATERES   FASHION   SHOW  was   popular,   even with   men.     Model   in
pyjamas.   Even   panda bear looks  comfortable. sexy  evening   gown  shows   why.
Page Thirty-eight  • CHIEF   WILLIAM   SCOW   holds   Indian   "talking   stick"   at   presentation
ceremonies.   Scow gave university hand-carved Thunderbird.
BROUSSON gives speech of thanks to Chief Scow.   Colorful tie competed
with "talkin stick" for eye-shattering brilliance.
Homecoming Festivity
Annual Celebration Sets
New High for Graduates
A full round of Homecoming activities had greeted returning grads when
they  trekked  back  to  the  campus  on
Saturday, October 30.
A Friday edition of The Daily
Ubyssey had contained gleanings from
30 years of back numbers of the
Ubyssey, and its predecessor, the
Ubicee.
As usual, the football game brought
out the grads in large numbers. A fea
ture following the first half of the
game had been the presentation of the
Thunderbird Totem Pole by Chief William Scow, the president of the Native
Brotherhood of British Columbia, to
Dave Brousson on behalf of the
university.
CHEERLEADERS  PROVIDED GRADS AND STUDENTS  ALIKE  WITH EYEPLEASING PERFORMANCE.   SELDOM  DROPPED  BATONS.
•  Page thirty-nint ARMOURIES WAS COMPLETELY FILLED   WITH   GRADUATES  AND   FRIENDS.    MANY   INTERNATIONAL   NOTABLES   WERE   ALSO   PRESENT.
Autumn Congregation
Marks Autumn Graduation
Opening New Library Wing
Even larger than last year's record
Fall Congregation more than three
hundred and fifty passed by Chancellor
E. W. Hamber to be admitted to "their
university."
Fall Congregation has always been
more personal than the assembly-line
Spring ceremony. More than all that
students were able to honour their be
loved librarian, Dr. W. Kaye Lamb,
with the Degree of Doctor of Laws,
honoris causa, before he left for his
new position of Dominion Librarian at
Ottawa.
In addition to Dr. Lamb honourary
degrees were conferred on Mr. Ira
Dilworth, author and critic and International Director of CBC; Miss Jessie
Fisher Gordon, founder of Crofton
House School for Girls in 1898 and a
leading educationist here; Colonel
Francis Fairey, Deputy Minister of
Education  for B.C.;  Alexander Russel
Lord, President of Canadian Education
Association; John Bennett deLong,
retired Provincial Inspector of Schools;
Dr. William Stewart Wallace, author
and historian and librarian at University of Toronto; Dr. William Kaye
Lamb, UBC Librarian; and Dr. Luther
Evans, U.S. Librarian of Congress.
Chancellor Hamber spoke briefly to
students on the problems of university
life and university administration. He
told them that he was optimistic that
the university would receive support it
would need in the future.
DR. KAYE LAMB, former librarian on the campus, signs the book under     PRIZEK get  handshake,  degree  from   President   MacKenzie.   Class  was
the watchful eye of Registrar Wood. one of the largest in university history.
Page Forty  • '
HARD-WORKING PRESIDENT BROUSSON CAME IN SURPRISE PACKAGE, HAPPILY BLEW BUBBLES FOR GIGGLING GIRLS.
Womem, Women, Women!
Hi-Jinx, Bathing Beauties
Liven Drab Male Existence
Although normally staid young
women of the year, UBC coeds had
their chance to jettison conventions and
the annual Hi-Jinx sponsored by the
Women's Undergraduate Society, a
function from which all males were
barred.
Cheesecake  of  another  variety  had
been   offered   when   the   Mardi   Gras
let their hair down. The occasion was     pepmeet was staged in the Armouries.
Galaxies of bathing suits, amply filled
out, were modelled by the staff of one
of the leading downtown manufacturers.
Appreciative whistles greeted the arrival
of each new model on the stage, and the
presenting of Queen candidates became
only a minor diversion.
BEAUTEOUS MISS VANCOUVER, a 19-year-old brunette, poses in front of
gaping undergrads.    Bathing suit looks nice, too.
ANOTHER   EYEFUL   parades   her   talents   in   front   of   crowd.    Orchestra
members (background) were hard-put to keep minds on music.
•  Page  Forty-one SHIRLEY SELMAN, Queen of the Mardi Gras, was crowned by Mayor Charles  Thompson.     Miss   Selman,  a   beautiful   red-haired  affiliate  of Alpha
Gamma  Delta sorority,  was  chosen by popular ballot over representatives from every other sorority on the  UBC campus.
Page Forty-two   • BROUSSON,  PLANT,  HAGGART ALSO  HAD  RIOTOUS TIME AT  PARTY.    AS  ALWAYS,  MONEY CAME  BETWEEN  PUBSTER AND  COUNCIL.
Greeks' Mardi Gras
Fraternities, Sororities
Produce Annual Extravaganza
Greek Letter Societies of UBC gave
their  annual Mardi  Gras  charitv ball
in a "Harlem" theme on  January  21
and 22.
The Harlem floorshow featured
sultry sirens and pert chorines in
dances arranged by choreographer
Beth Lockhart. Soloists were Diane Cox
and Billv Petch.
Table decorations by the various
fraternities added to the already heavily
decorated room. Phi Kappa Sigma
carried away most of the honours in
this direction, having one of the best
displays seen in many a season.
NOT  ALL  the   beauty  came  from  the  feminine sex.     Cheering   students
wildly applauded  this  strip-tease  performance.
SLINKY GOWNS gave patrons something to howl at.    Chorus  line  gave
letter-perfect performance to  ogling  spectators.
e   Page forty-thne CHEMICAL  ENGINEERS   POSE   PROUDLY   IN   FRONT  OF  THEIR   PRIZEWINNING   EXHIBIT.     MODEL  OF  SYNTHETIC   RUBBER  PLANT  STOLE  THE   SHOW.
Ball Of Fire
Sciencemen Make Merry
At Annual Brawl
Heralded as always the special Engineers' edition of The Daily Ubyssey,
and preluded as always by a lusty,
bawdy pepmeet in the Auditorium, the
classic Engineers' ball was once more
presented before the stunned eyes of
the Artsmen.
The Engineer-approved  fashion, the
Redshirts managed to throw off their
worries about entropy and dynamic
balance, and concentrated instead on
keeping balance of another kind.
As usual, an abundance of displays
kept the uniniated gawking at the marvels of science. The Civil Engineers constructed a modern, flat-decked bridge,
which they proudly displayed in competition to the weird assortment of
tubes, bottles and various coloured
liquids boasted by the prize-winning
Chemical  Engineers.  Each  department
managed to grace their tables with a
display of some sort or other, the
models ranging from intricate complexities to the simple design of the kissom-
eter. The traditional kissometer, as
always, did a roaring business, no Engineer satisfied until he had tried the
model at least twice.
The Commodore was a shambles
when the Redshirts left — another
ancient tradition—but the happy Engineers, between hiccups, agreed that
the party had Lived up to its name.
NOT EVERYONE enjoyed the party all the time.    Some of the celebrants
over-celebrated  with  disastrous  results.     Even  generally  buoyant  Harry
Smith began to feel the effects of the strain, after a while.
AMATEUR   LOGGERS   thoroughly   enjoyed   tinkering   with   the   Foresters'
exhibit.     Sturdily-constructed   model   withstood   the   onslaughts   of   delighted guests, still functioned at end of evening.
Page Forty-four • FIRE OF UNDETERMINED ORIGIN RAZED  PHARMACY HUTS JUST BE FORE DECEMBER EXAMS, DESTROYED VALUABLE NOTES AND ESSAYS.
Fires Plague Campus
Conflagrations Raze
Home Ec, Pharmacy Huts
The campus had been the centre of
two major fires and a smaller blaze
during the year, when several hundred
thousand  dollars  in  huts  went up  in
smoke.
First major blaze was Hut 0-7, home
of Physchology labs and one of the
largest lecture halls on the campus,
which was completed gutted early in
December. Firemen arrived too late to
save the large orchard hut but did keep
Pharmacy and Nursing buildings from
being completely demolished.
Home Economics department headquarters, adjacent to the new Physics
building, made headlines early one
Friday morning in January when
mysterious explosions touched off a
$200,000 blaze, which was reported out
of control when firemen arrived. More
than four years' work in building up
the department was lost in the holocaust.
SECOND MAJOR FIRE  OF YEAR  RAZED  HOME  ECONOMICS  DEPARTMENT  DESTROYED VALUABLE THESES AS WELL AS CAUSING UNTOLD DAMAGE.
• Page Forty-five   SWARMING  CROWD  OF VISITORS  DELUGED  INFORMATION  BOOTH   WITH  QUESTIONS   RANGING   FROM   PHYSICS  TO   PRIVIES.
Open House
Public Views UBC Campus,
Gape at Startling Displays
It had been a big year for the university, and just to show they knew it,
UBC students staged one of the largest
"Know Your University" weeks in the
history of the province.
Under the capable guidance of Chairman Bob Currie, the Open House Committee had burnt the midnight oil on
more than one occasion, and laboured
far into the night planning monster exhibits   for   the   inspecting   public   to
examine on Open House Day.
By the end of the evening (some
guides didn't finish until after 10 p.m.)
exhausted workers were ready to call it
a day. Most argued that the affair had
been highly successful. Best criteria:
Expected attendance 15,000; actual attendance 50,000.
___________
MAZE   OF  DIALS   confused   many  spectators   (including   most  students).       FISHERIES   EXHIBIT   intrigued   most   visitors.     Large   bottle   of  trout  fry
Few understood, but everyone was happy. brought longing glances from anglers, other prospective fishermen.
Page forty-eight • "THE   DEVIL   AND   DANIEL   WEBSTER"    PROVED   HUGE   SUCCESS,   GAVE    EMBRYONIC   DRAMATISTS   CHANCE   TO   SHOW   OFF   FLASHY   FINERY.
Players' Club
Student Actors Presented
Shakespeare, Small Plays
Three fall plays presented by the
thespians were, to say the least, versatile. Running from November 17 to
November 20, the three presentations
played to packed houses and had Daily
Ubyssey critics predicting great things
for the performers.
guided his charges through Stephen
Vincent Benet's "The Devil and Daniel
Webster," "Red Peppers" by Noel
Coward and "Dark Brown" by Phillip
Johnson.
Largest cast yet employed by the
club to produce a one-acter—21—was
used in the production of "The Devil
and Daniel Webster," which was
directed by John Seyer and starred Ron
Walmsley as Daniel and Cyril Graves
as the Devil.
Jim  Argue,   president   of  the   club, Gerry    Williamson    directed    Noel
Coward's "Red Peppers" and starred
Joan Powell as Lily Pepper and Phil
Keatley as George Pepper.
"Dark Brown," the third play, had
thespians Dolores Ford, Moyra Mull-
holland, Mary Niblock and Sheila
Cameron handling the main parts.
Club went Shakespearean for their
spring productions when they produced
the comedy "Twelfth Night," which
starred some of the organization's old
hands.
ELABORATE   COSTUMERY  featured   Players'   Club   production   of   Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night." Much of the costly stage work was imported
from the east.
MOMENTS OF LAUGHTER as well  as drama were  incorporated  into the
spring play.    Drama critics praised university cast for competent handling
of difficult roles.
Page Forty-nine MUSSOC EXECUTIVE GATHER AROUND PIANO FOR ONE OF MANY PRODUCTION SESSIONS.   WORK CLIMAXED BY PRESENTATION OF "IOLANTHE."
Musical Society
Musoc Worked Incessantly,
Staged "Iolanthe" in Spring
Gilbert and Sullivan came to UBC.
For four nights Musical Society members sang and acted their way through
the nineteenth light opera produced by
students, "Iolanthe."
Newcomer Milla Andrew filled the
title role of Iolanthe, Strephon's immortal mother. Co-starred in the
delightful fairy tale opera was Rita
Loizelle, who made her singing debut,
and Kelvin Service.
It was Service's second go at the
role of the Arcadian Shepherd. Before
he joined the Air Force, Service sang
the role in 1944.
Playing supporting roles in the
presentation were John Fish as Lord
Counsellor and Henry Naylor as Lord
Mont Ararat. Both these performers
are well known for former leading roles
in Mussoc productions.
Bob Faulkner played a dual role in
■ the production. He was Private Willis
of the Grenadier Guards, and produc
tion manager  when he retired to  the
wings of the stage.
Queen of the Land of Make-Believe
was the role sung by Marjorie Johnston, and Donna MacKenzie and Phyllis
Hughes were the sprites, Leila and
Fleta. Action rehearsals for the presen-'
tation began early in January for the
production.
Vancouver actor and director of the
presentation was E. V. Young, and in
the pit directing the music was C.
Hadyn Williams, Mussoc director.
MUSSOC  PRODUCTION  "IOLANTHE"  FEATURED ELABORATE SCENERY, COSTUMES.    ANNUAL EVENT WAS UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS.
Page fifty • DIMINUTIVE Isabel Cameron led her
CCF Club to an even more prominent
place among political groups on the
campus. Early in the year, student
CCF-ers snubbed a Progressive-Conservative invitation to attend what was
termed a "minor tea party," presented
Harold Winch instead.
HIGH-FLYING DAREDEVILS of the
Glider Club could usually be spotted on
the campus by their splints, slings and
casts. A number of members came to
grief, after unfortunate encounters between their flimsy "wings" and a cross-
wind. Left to right are: Ray Gould,
Carson Smith and Mike Skubay.
EXECUTIVE QUINTET of Institute of
Chemical Engineers guided their group
of serious-minded students through a
quiet but fruitful year. At weekly meetings, members and guest speakers gave
highly technical lectures on varied
chemical industries and processes.
•  Page  Fifty-one MAMOOKS   PRESIDENT   GIVES   NEOPHYTES  SOMEUSEFUL TIPS   IN  THE   PAINTING   OF   POSTERS.     CLUB   MEMBERSHIP   INCLUDED   MANP   FRESHMEN.
Mammooks
Lockout Featured Tough Year
For Campus Service Club
Counted out  as dead at Christmas,
Mamooks were making a strong come
back and showed signs of resuming
once more their dominant position
among clubs on the campus.
Complaints of Mamooks inefficiency
by many major organizations had
forced   Council   to   suspend   the   club
charter and lock the tottering organization out of its clubrooms.
Bea Johnson led the club through
many a maze of Council red tape, and
managed to turn in a capable job of
presiding over the club's informal
meetings.
Shortly after Christmas, Mamooks' charter was reinstated by Council, and the club was able to carry on normal
activities. Most notable contribution was the aid rendered
the Open House Committee in sign painting.
DICK CHONG,  winner of  honourary  LSE  award,  takes  some extra  help
from  club   president   Bea   Johnson.     Chong's  artwork  was   reputed   to
be the finest produced in the Mamook clubrooms.
SOME HORSEPLAY occurred in the effervescent Mamooks' offices.
President Bea Johnson spent off hours arguing with LSE Prexy Pedersen,
winning  an honorary LSE award,  and  posing   pictures  such  as  above.
Page fHly-two • CHRISTIAN SCIENCE reading room
provided many of the club's members
with a chance to relax in off-hours and
absorb pertinent literature. The reading
room proved to be one of the most
popular features of the club's activities
throughout the year.
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larger Canadian counterpart, the student
Liberal Club waited and watched from
the middle of the road while Leftists
and Rightists sides hurled mud at each
other. Seldom were Liberals caught in
the crossfire as, with practiced calm,
they ducked the dirty issue.
NON-POLITICAL, idealistic Civil
Liberties Union held meetings and
passed resolutions on current issues regarding rights of monority groups, both
on and off the campus. S. Labeta
submits a paper to Mary Gowans, J.
Carr and Jack MacDonald. Ace Williams and Louis Beduz look on.
•   Page   Fifty-three THE  CAST transcribes  a  broadcast to  be aired   later  over  a   downtown
station.     No live broadcasts originated  from the  Radsoc  studios.
THE   TECHNICIAN   faces  an   imposing   array  of  dials,   knobs   and   other
intricate   instruments.     "Silent   partners"   of   the   Radsoc   were   essential
to  all  production.
Radio Society
Radsoc Worked in Comfort,
Feuded With Pubsters
Installation of a new broadcast console, reputedly surpassing even those
used by the large American broadcasting stations, had been one of the
high points of the Radio Society's most
successful year.
The gaping hole the new equipment
had left in the organization's budget
was filled with the proceeds from one
of  the biggest   professional   shows   to
hit the UBC campus, "Mata and Hari."
Not content with this extravaganza,
the Radsoc had produced another spectacular program the following evening.
A two and one half hour talent show
again filled the Armouries to overflowing, and the clink of shekels in the
Radsoc's coffers had echoed around
the campus.
The most successful series of commercial broadcasts undertaken by the
Radio Society had been at the football
games in the fall. Broadcasts direct
from the university stadium had netted
the society approximately $600.
Daily noon hour musical broadcasts,
a talen quest sferies transcribed over
CKNW, and the popular University
Forum aired over a downtown station
Sunday evenings had comprised the
major part of the society's work.
A complete transcription basis had
been reached by the end of the year,
with no live broadcasting taking place
except in special events. Among these
was the speech of the former foreign
secretary of the United Kingdom.
Anthony Eden, whose campus speech
was transmitted over a local station.
Pageftfty-four • SPIRIT OF FELLOWSHIP, kindled by
a common national origin, was sponsored by Chinese Varsity Club. Among
its activities CVC staged an open student dance with an Oriental decorations
theme.
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AMONG LARGEST religious groups,
the public-spirited Varsity Christian
Fellowship sponsored a formidable program of events for the benefit of
students. Led by its seven energetic
officers, VCF organized mixers, meetings and discussions on present-day
religious problems.
SKIRLING PIPES echoed throughout
the campus as the student pipe band,
under the leadership of Pipe-Major J.
Munro, provided iron music at many
functions. Band was true to "gret,
strong, whusky-suppin'" tartin tradition, established long ago.
•   Poge. (iffy-five SCM   EXECUTIVE   POSE   HAPPILY   DESPITE   "COMMUNIST"   CHARGES   INFERRED   BY   PRESS.    DISSENSION   SPLIT   THE   CLUB   EARLY   IN   THE   YEAR.
SCM — Forum
SCM Faced "Red" Charges,
Parliamentaritns Argued
UBC's Student Christian Movement
assumed an unholy prominence throughout the year with what it termed its
"missionary work among the Communists." The support of communist-
inspired arms ship pickets and its indirect connection with the Peace
Council drew fire from dozens of
organizations on the campus as well
as downtown.
The universities school for politicians, the Parliamentary Forum, bowing to public criticism revised voting
procedure and discussed less contentious issues this year so as to cut down
the adverse publicity the university
had been receiving.
PARLIAMENTARY   FORUM   BROUGHT TOGETHER   EXPONENTS   OF   ALL   PARTIES,     EXECUTIVE  THRASHED  OUT  MANY  PROBLEMS — THEORETICALLY.
Poge Fifty-six  • _, GERM-HUNTERS to most of the campus, the Micro-Biologist Society executive gaze pensively at the camera. From
left to right they are: Vice-President
John Payne, Secretary-Treasurer Marion Nyholm and President Archie
Shearer. Work was confined mostly to
research.
WHILE THEIR FONDEST dream, that
of becoming UBC'S newest faculty,
hung in abeyance, Forest Club engendered class spirit. By presenting guest
speakers from the lumbering and forestry industries, the group tried to solve
problems facing the practical forester.
TO THE FOUR corners of the earth
the Amateur Radio Society beamed
their sets. Operating under the call sign
of VE7ACS, the campus radiomen established contact with South America
and other points scattered around the
globe, and promoted their own form of
the "Good Neighbor Policy."
Page Fifty-seven
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clattering, Brock Hall's "illegitimate children" could look
back on a merry year.
Led  by  golden-haired  Ronald  Bancroft Haggart,   the
BLOND-HAIRED   RON HAGGART  GAZES   PENSIVELY  AT  TYPEWRITER,  DREAMING   OF   NEW   SENSATIONS   "UBYSSEY"   CAN   PRODUCE   ON   CAMPUS.
EDITORS RETAINED PUB TRADITION
Daily Ubyssey's Editors Handled Reams of Copy, Produced Record Number of Papers
Daily Ubyssey had got themselves in—and out—of more
scrapes than the janitor in a girls' school.
A blank space on the front page of one edition began the
"Case of the Dancing Professor," a delightful fantasy which
provided copy for every college paper across Canada, despite
protests from the faculty.
More than one unhappy council member squirmed
under the pen of Ubyssey's editors, but usually agreed that
any criticism was justified.
Lanky, pipe-sucking Val Sears came up through the
ranks to take over the managing editor's position this year,
whipping out four papers a week with careless ease, he said.
And then there were the boys who did the work. Three
o'clock in the morning sessions were routine for the paper's
four senior editors. Despite all the printer could do to stop
them, they had the paper on the campus morning after
morning.
The Ubyssey's petite news editor, Cherie Hebert, kept
her small reportorial staff working, rain or shine, until they
dropped—usually in her lap.
Photography Director Ellanor Hall and Women's Editor
Loni Francis evaded enough passes to keep their departments
running smoothly.
Bow-tied Chuck Marshall, Johnny-come-lately of the
sports department, surprised everyone by turning out some
of the smartest sport pages in many a year.
Columinists Lee (Uncle B) Bewley, Ray Baines, Jim
VAL SEARS, managing editor of The Dally Ubyssey, stares morosely at Banaham and Les Armour kept the campus alternately
camera. Sears' glib tongue could usually be relied upon to get the amused and annoyed by their weekly—and widely read—
campus   newspaper   out   «J*£JW   **»   "rape.   »   encountered      comments „„ campus activ;ties.
Page Sixty CHRIS   CROMBIE,   Tuesday   Editor
ART  WELSH,  Thursday   Editor
DOUG MURRAY-ALLEN, Wednesday Editor.
JIM   BANHAM,   Friday Editor
CHUCK   MARSHALL,   Sports   Editor
LAURA  HAAHTI,   Copy  Editor
Eleanor Hall, Photography Director.
LONI  FRANCIS,  Women's  Editor
JACK WASSERMAN, C.U.P. Editor.
•  Page  Sixty-one STOCKY DICK BLOCKBERGER WORRIED  INCESSANTLY OVER TOTEM  DEADLINES,   RANTED   DAILY AGAINST  "UBYSSEY"  MANAGING   EDITOR SEARS.
TOTEM BOSS HANDLED TOUGH JOB
Editor Blockberger Survived Hectic Year Producing Budget-Curtailed Yearbook
First Totem to hit the campus on time in the last five
years, the '49 Totem had been published before the end of
spring examinations.
Editor Dick Blockberger, fourth year Commerce student, had achieved the apparently impossible task of producing a year book, crippled by the lateness of the preceding issue, and hampered by lack of funds.
Generally easy-going, but at the same time conscientious, "Blocky", late independent sports editor of the Daily
Ubyssey, had taken on the position of Totem editor late in
the fall, and was racing against time for the remainder of
the year.
"Blocky" spent a harried six months cajoling reluctant
advertisers, persuading an austerity-restricted council to
stretch a considerably depleted budget, and browbeating his
staff into constructive work rather than bridge. In between
these activities, he also seemed to find time to carry on a
daily correspondence with an Alberni school teacher, whose
name he refused to reveal.
From the sports angle, Fred Moonen forsook his Daily
Ubyssey sports desk and treked to the Totem office with his
erstwhile boss. The combination of Moonen and Blockberger,
which had functioned so smoothly on the pages of the campus
paper, easily slipped into the familiar pattern, and beefy
athletes were assured of adequate coverage of their activities.
VIVACIOUS   Joan   Grlmmet,   Guest   Associate   Editor,   was   kept   busy
handling details ranging from irate subscribers to major clubs.
Page Sixty-two • PHONE NUMBERS galore were the lot of curvacious Marjorie MacDonald,
editor of the Student Directory.  She had many eager helpers.
TOTEM SPORTS EDITOR Fred Moonen spent weary hours poring over copy,
worrying "Ubyssey" sport scribes into handing in copy. Moonen had
been Sports Editor of the campus newspaper until coming to the Totem.
Other Pubsters
Student Directory, Tillicum
Round Out UBC Publications
The Thunderbird, formerly a quarterly magazine, had been in the past a
purely literary periodical, edited by
those students interested in creative
writing and art. Following in this tradition, Editor D. K. Paul had cajoled
students into contributing poems, articles,    short    stories,    cartoons    and
sketches for an extremely interesting
first edition.
Unfortunately, the edition had been
financially unable to cope with raised
costs in publishing and had, therefore,
gone into the hole approximately $30.
AMS Treasurer Paul Plant, working
with an austerity restricted budget, had
summarily suspended publication after
the first book had hit the campus.
Perhaps one of the mose useful
handbooks published at the University
has been the Student Directory.    This
telephone directory, containing the
name and address of every student on
the campus, coupled with a classified
section, had been edited by popular,
attractive coed Marjorie MacDonald.
To succeed present Editor-in-Chief
Haggart was Jim Banham, former city
editor of the Daily Ubyssey. Banham,
an experienced newsman, was given the
job after a top-secret Publications
Board meeting had unanimously picked
him as the logical successor to Bossman
Haggart.
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bossman Haggart.    Banham will  guide the Publications  Board through
the next year of turmoil and late deadlines.
D.   K.   PAUL,   Thunderbird   Editor,   lost   his   literary   magazine   halfway
through term when AMS Treasurer Plant cut off funds. Plants arbitrary
action raised howl from Pubsters.
•  Page Sixty-three  _^
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ps^ei ROBERT   F.  "BOB"  OSBORNE,  gave  up  coaching   Thunderbird   cagers   to
Jack Pomfret, but retained interest in teams.    Osborne headed Phys Ed
department, aided by  Whittle, Wilson,  Laithewaite and  Pomfret.
ADMINISTRATION
Physical Ed Department Shows Promise
OLE BAAKEN, "frosh" graduate manager of athletics, added promotional
wrinkles not seen on  campus  before.    Olaf also  coached  Braves  entry
in Senior "A" cage loop against own Leafs.
Administration of the athletic activities on the campus
had been handled by six members of the staff, who had devoted most of their time and talent to see that the sports-
minded students were able to participate in various sport
events in team play.
Head of the department, stately Bob Osborne, handled
all the office end of sport affairs for UBC, and turned
in an excellent job.
In the past, he had taken on the tedious task of coaching
the Thunderbird basketball team as well as administrative
duties, but with the abundance of work which needed his
attention over the season, he was forced to split his two jobs
and hand over the 'Bird coaching assignment to another
who was equally suitable to handle it.
To tall Jack Pomfret went the assignment of taking over
the reins of the Thunderbird hoopers. While Pomfret in the
past had handled various coaching jobs, his experience in
big-time ball was needed on the senior squad this last season.
Pomfret, an all-round sportsman, besides handling the
'Bird cagers, played with Vancouver Clover Leafs in the
Senior A Basketball League in his spare time.
He initiated the idea of holding spring training for
the Thunderbirds to look over the field of talent hidden in
the minor clubs on the campus. The plan has taken hold and
may have a decided bearing on the success of the roundballers
in the future.
Head of the McKechnie Cup winning Thunderbird rugby
squad was Al Laithwaite, who coached the provincial champions for the second straight year.
With a good crop of talent to work on, it didn't take
Laithwaite long to whip his team into shape, and the record
the 'Birds tallied has not been equalled by any except the
1937 wonder team. Most of the praise for the team's success
could be given to Laithwaite, who is one of the better coaches.
During the layoff, when the campus grounds were covered
with snow, Laithwaite drilled his boys through constant
workouts so they would not be out of shape to finish the
McKechnie Cup series.
New member of the Athletic Administratidn Department
was Don Wilson, who came to take over the reins of the
American football squad.
Using the new "T" formation, Wilson, in his first
coaching year, didn't produce a winning team, but he put
over the importance of the new formation for a college that
does not go in for football to any great degree.
With the material he had to work with, Wilson did fairly
well. Students coming from high schools in the province of
B.C. lacked football experience, either U.S. or Canadian, and
he was forced to teach many of the eager aspirants the
fundamentals of the game.
Head of the swimming team and coach of UBC's traditional Chiefs, student entry in the city Senior A hoop league,
was Doug. Whittle, long-time member of the staff.
With the host of talent that invaded the university,
Whittle developed one of the best swimming teams in the
West, and Yankee colleges down the coastline continually
went down to defeat at the hands of the UBC team.
Spending much valuable time on the swimming team's
welfare, Whittle found still more time to coach his Chiefs.
Page Sixty-six  • MEN'S   ATHLETIC   DIRECTORATE   HELD   WEEKLY   MEETINGS,   WORKED   OUT SCHEDULES,  WITH  FACULTY ADVICE  FROM ALLARDYCE AND  OSBORNE.
ATHLETIC DIRECTORATES SUCCESS
Bud Spiers, Jackie Shearman Presided Over Bi-weekly Meetings to Run Campus Sport
Without a doubt the term had been one of the most difficult that the Men's Athletic Directorate ever had to face, and
it was fortunate that an able body of directors were on hand
JACKIE SHEARMAN,  president of Women's Athletic  Directorate,  had  no
easy task as she did battle with Ubyssey sports staff trying to get space
for  women's  activities.     She   also   starred   with  Thunderettes.
to help weather the storm. The switchover from the Pacific
Northwest Conference to the tougher Evergreen League at the
beginning of the year brought with it a host of administrative
and financial complications which taxed the most enthusiastic
of the officials.
Heading the directorate was well-known rugby star, Bud
Spiers, who, through his genial personality and hard work,
guided the committee through its difficult times.
He was ably assisted by last year's president, Dave
Comparelli, acting in the capacity of secretary, and treasurer
Walt Ewing.
One of the biggest problems faced was the large depletion in the directorate's budget, and only the skillful management of Ewing kept many of the minor sports from becoming
extinct.
One good sign was that for the first time since its
arrival on the campus, American football showed a net profit,
which promises to be even larger in the coming year.
A new addition was made to the committee this year
when hockey manager Mac Porteous became the first person
ever to represent the game on MAD. The move was considered necessary in view of the increased finances and
interest in hockey.
The mature judgment always required by such student
groups had been supplied by faculty advisors, Bob Osborne,
Dr. Allardyce and Dr. Dickson.
Other members of MAD were Ken Downs (football),
Paul Stockstad (English rugby), Bill Wyne (basketball),
Harry Smith (minor sports), Ole Bakken (graduate manager of athletics) and Chuck Marshall (sports editor).
•   Page Sixty-seven BIG BLOCK CLUBS
Campus Athletes Win Highest Award
Men's and Women's Big Block Clubs on the campus
have one main aim: to promote sport activities at UBC.
Members of the clubs, who have their distinctive letter
through active participation in the field of athletics, either
as a team player or manager, may be seen at most of the
athletic events on the campus ushering in the patrons or doing
other necessary work to keep interest alive in sports.
Hilary Wotherspoon, taking hold of the reins of office
this past year, has kept the men's club on its toes, while in
the women's division, Nora McDermott, four-time Block
Letter winner, has done an efficient job as president this
past season.
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WOMEN'S BIG BLOCK CLUB, under Nora McDermott, had smaller membership than men's, but made up in enthusiasm what they lacked in
numbers.    Blocks given for basketball, hockey, swimming, among others.
DOUGIE RIED, outstanding member of UBC teams, is Totem choice as best
all-round athlete on campus. Ried won UBYSSEY Trophy in '48.
To merit the honor of "Totem" choice, Ried played football
as Thunderbird first-stringer. His offensive thrusts were
crowd-pleasing and always drew cheers for their audacity.
Ried played several games despite attacks of boils on his
neck for, knowing that he was vital cog in 'Bird machine, he
refused to quit. In spring he played for 'Bird rugger team in
McKechnie and World Cup series. He was invaluable on
rugger fifteen.
Page Sixty-olght • WEST BLEACHER OF STADIUM WAS ALWAYS PACKED WITH AROUSED FANS WHO CHEERED ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING.  BUNTING ON GOALPOST
CAME DOWN  DESPITE LOSS.
HOMECOMING PROVES SUCCESSFUL
Alums Gather to Cheer Wildly, But Watch Thunderbird Gridsters Drop Another Close One
Homecoming sports in fall of 1948 were not a success
as far as winning games was concerned, but for spectator
appeal and crowd pleasing atmosphere, the 'Birds football
team came up with a game stand against Lewis and Clarke,
whom they had beaten the previous year, but who turned
the tables when 'Birds sought to repeat.
The spectacle of the football game was enhanced by the
parade of Homecoming Princess Patsy Jordan and her attendants. Also on the agenda was the reception by Dave
Brousson on behalf of the students of a beautifully carved
Totem Pole. Edward and Ellen Neel were the artists and Chief
Billy Scow made the presentation. Also, the name "Thunderbirds" was made official as far as University of British
Columbia teams were concerned. Chief Scow prophesied that
"Henceforth the bearer of the name Thunderbird would be
invincible." The 'Birds proved him false by losing resoundingly.
That night in the gym, present-day Thunderbirds, under
new coach Jack Pomfret, played "Grads," a team composed
mainly of Dominion Champion Clover Leafs, in the annual
homecoming game.
For the first time in history, Grads eked out an unconvincing win, but only after a terrific fight.
Crowds at both football and basketball games were large,
with weather favourable to outdoor spectator sports. Homecoming established itself as one of the best athletic "days" on
TWO  GOOD  reasons why Homecoming  was  a  success   in  spite  of the       ,
lost game. Majorettes supplied charm to supplement the brawn, the Campus calendar.
•  Page Sixty-nine 'BIRDS LOOKED  BIG  EVEN  WITHOUT  PADS.    NEWLY-INTRODUCED   "V'   FORMATION   GAVE   QUARTERBACK   MURPHY   TOUGH    JOB   TO   HANDLE
No Wins - One Tie
'Bird Gridmen Tried Hard
But Failed to Win Laurels
If they had given trophies for sheer
guts, the Thunderbird gridders would
certainly carried off one piece of
Pacific   Northwest   Conference   silver
ware.
Often outplayed, but never outgamed,
the 'Birds sometimes came close but
had been unable to garner a single win
in league play. Under new coach Don
Wilson they almost turned the trick
with a 13-13 tie with Whitman College,
but that was the best they could do
with the green playing material  avail
able.
Only in the post-season international
playoffs had they been able to come
up with a win, walloping the Mexican
entry 20-0.
After two unsuccessful seasons of
conference play, 1948-49 had started
with high hopes. Don Wilson, new to
DAVE STOREY almost got away, but damyankee behind cut him down.
Yanks were notoriously rough in play.
YANKEE lived through the squeeze play, but took a long time to come
around after the game.   Injuries were numerous.
Page Seventy  • ,.^:--~-'. IVV .--(
THREE  LISTEN,   one   tries  to   look,   and   fifth   is   probably   a   substitute.
Coach Wilson, behind mild looks, gave halftime tongue lashings.
GOULOBEF whirls after catching a Murphy pass and heads for goal-line.
Desperate  tackier lunged in vain,  got a  faceful   of dirt.
•   Page Seventy-one- 'Bird Basketball
Hoop Artists Show Well
In Tough Evergreen League
Any economics student will tell you
there is a business cycle. And just as
there is a business cycle there is a"
basketball cycle—at UBC. And this
year was the bottom of the cycle.
Riddled by graduation, Thunderbird
basketballers moved up a notch in con
ference play and found themselves over
their heads. The Evergreen Conference
was too much for the game, but green,
gang that wore the Blue and Gold.
But as the fans watched they were not
too unhappy, for they knew that there
was another year coming in which the
'Birds would be a force in the hoop
wars of the Pacific Northwest.
Jack Pomfret, in his first year as
coach, had only two first stringers from
the previous year, and it was obvious
from the outset that his boys would not
be up to the squad which the year
previous had represented Canada at the
Olmpics.
Three wins in conference play was the
best the 'Birds could do. They lost some
close ones and they never stopped
fighting. Even mighty Oregon knew it
had been in a game when the two
teams played a November exhibition.
Usually John Forsyth, centre, Jim
MacLean and Dave Campbell, forwards,
ALL-AMERICAN
LONG JOHN FORSYTH, lanky centre of the University
Thunderbirds received the ultimate compliment from the
coaches of the Evergreen Conference when he was nominated
by them as the league's choice for Ail-American centre for
the smaller colleges.
Forsyth copped individual scoring honors on the 'Birds
and fared no worse than third in the entire conference. He
kept the opposition guessing with his fadeaway dunk shot—
the only possible term to describe an overhead shot from
the key. John certainly earned the scoring championship
for, before and during the season he spent hours in the gym
perfecting the shot from all angles.
Not only is the award a compliment to Forsyth but also,
it reflects a good share of credit to Jack Pomfret and Bob
Osborne, the latter for his work on John when the lanky
pivot was a second stringer, and to the former, freshman
coach of the 'Birds, under whose tutelage Forsyth spent this
season.
Page  Seventy-two  • LONG JOHN FORSYTH showed excellent control of backboards at both ends.
It didn't help on this as ball swished through for two points in close game.
LAY-UP SHOT tied game for Varsity against St. Martin's Chieftains.   'Birds
went on to win in overtime, one of few Conference tilts they captured.
and Reid Mitchell and Nev Monro,
guards, started for the Thunderbirds.
They were ably backed up by Bill Bell,
Art Phillips, Norm Watt, Pete Walker,
John Southcott, Ted Rea and Neil
Desaulnier.
'BIRDS' Forsyth added another two points to his imposing total for season
team-high.   Forsyth consistently controlled backboards in all tilts.
ALTHOUGH pictures show 'Birds scoring most, margin was scant two points
at final whistle.  This was one of few games where 'Birds did score often.
•  Page Seventy-three Chiefs - Brave Hoop
Minor Basketball Teams
Suffer Disastrous Season
The minor teams of the campus
basketball wars were augmented in the
fall by the entry of UBC Braves, who
joined UBC Chiefs in the ranks of
Senior A Men's League. Both teams
seemed   reluctant   to   part   with   each
other's company, so they stayed together at the bottom of the league, well
behind the other contending teams.
Ole Bakken, newly appointed graduate manager of athletics, and a member
of Clover Leafs, eventual league winners, coached the new university entry,
while Doug Whittle continued as Chief's
mentor.
In a private feud between the two
clubs,   Braves  slapped  two   quick   de
feats on their "elder" brothers early
in the season, but in the remaining
three games between the campus clubs,
Chiefs managed to come out on the long
end of the score.
The purpose of the Braves and Chiefs
on the campus is to build up basketball
talent for the Thunderbirds, who are
conference representatives for the university.
Page Seventy-four Feminine Basketball
Women's Teams Show Well
In Local Casaba League
This year's edition of the Thunderettes was one of the most powerful
women's hoop teams UBC has produced
in years.
For the second straight season the
Thunderettes   finished   on   top   of  the
Vancouver Cagette Senior B League,
losing only one league game throughout
the entire season.
Highlight of the year, however, was
the trip to Edmonton to compete in
the Western Intercollegiate Basketball
Champinoships. Vieing with the UBC
girls were teams from the University of
Alberta and the University of Saskatchewan.
Thunderettes dropped their first
game to the Saskatchewan Huskiettes
by a narrow margin, 43-42. However,
they bounced right back to swamp the
Alberta Pandas under a 43-30 cont.
Though they lost the championship
silverware to Saskatchewan, the gals
from the coast left a fine reputation for
ball-handling and floorplay with Edmonton fans.
•  Page Seventy-five LAITHEWAITE, EXTREME LEFT, HAD TROUBLE PICKING STARTING FIFTEEN FROM ABOVE GROUP.    TRAINER OWEN PEEPS OVER BRAWNY SHOULDERS.
Thunderbird Rugger
Undefeated Campus Squad
Rolls Up Impressive Record
The Varsity Thunderbird rugby
squad finished up the 1948-49 season
with a good record.
In the pre-Christmas half of the season, the 'Birds swept all opposition
before them, taking the Miller Cup
with very little trouble. An interesting
thing to note was the fact that not one
opposing team managed to cross the
students'   line   during   this   time.
The next item on the agenda was the
McKechnie Cup. The team was badly
hampered by the heavy snowfall which
made outdoor sport impossible. Despite
this drawback, Varsity subjected the
Victoria Crimson Tide to a 22-0 shutout   in   the   first  gameoftheseries.
In March the Thunderbirds met the
highly rated Vancouver Reps. The
smooth-working Varsity rugby machine
had no trouble in breezing through to
take the coveted McKechnie Cup and
become provincial champions for the
fifth straight year.
The Tisdale Cup play was held up
by the condition of the playing fields.
At the time of publication nothing had
been decided on this question. The cup
is still held by U.B.C.
The second string rugby squad
"UBC" had a tough time of it at the
beginning of the season. Many of the
English rugby starts of the preceding
year had either graduated or taken to
playing American football. This left
Coach Al Laithwaite in an unfortunate
position. He was forced to have either
two mediocre teams or one strong and
one weak team. He chose the latter,
with the result that UBC was left to its
own devices.
The team improved steadily throughout the term, and although the percen-
age of wins was small, they made a
good showing.
In Second and Third division play
"Sophs," "Engineers" and "Frosh" had
little luck in their attempts. Only the
Engineers managed to stay in the first
term playoffs, but they were edged out
by  a powerful Britannia squad. Field
NESBITT, ELLIS, ARMOUR, CARDINALL, WOTHERSPOON,  REID AND CROSBY  TURNED  IN  FOOTBALL   PADS   FOR   RUGGER   STRIP   AFTER  CHRISTMAS.
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DAVE   STOREY,   here   shown   in   rugger   strip,   starred   on   Thunderbird
American   football   squad   as   well.     His   dashing,   squirming   runs   featured both sports, but larger srowds saw him in Yankee games.
REID   AND   SMITH   showed   well   throughout   interrupted   rugger   season.
Despite slight injury in first California  game,  Reid  played  remainder  of
season as hook.
condition has held up the second term
play indefinitely.
The Thunderbird team has dominated the play in practically every game
it has  played in  the past five  years.
The squad is undoubtedly one of the
finest English rugby outfits every to be
produced by the university.
It will be some time before fans will
be   able  to   see   another  team   of  the
calibre of the '48-'49 Thunderbirds.
Last year the team held the "Wallabies,"
an Australian international club, to a
20-6 win. This Australian team had been
rated one of the finest in the world, an
HILARY WOTHERSPOON kicked many points for 'Birds. Spoon also
headed Men's Big Block Club through successful year, besides turning
out for first season  of American  football,  booting scarce extra  points.
ALBERT LAITHEWAITE finally talked former gridders like Doug Ried into
turning out for rugger team. Ried starred at hook after stealing spotlight during fall grid season.   Laithewaite turned out another great club.
•  Page Seventy-seven SPOON HAS TENNANT HOLDING IN PREPARATION FOR CONVERSION.    ACE KICKER MISSED FEW.    TENNANT SHONE AT SCRUM HALF POSITION.
item that should give fans some idea of now  seems  to   be   a   well   established had not played the California squad for
the relative strength of the 'Birds. habit, to take every cup that is avail- the World Cup. It seems reasonable to
This   year   it   was   just   taken   for ' assume however that they will go  on
granted   that   Varsity   would   win.   It At the time of publication, Varsity to take it, along with the others.
BIRD THREE-LINE sat still  for short time in order to have picture taken,      BILL DUNBAR, fullback, got away many  nice  kicks  to touch,  and   even
but   opposition   found  them   too   active,   as   ball  was   wheeled   out   in      managed to score try from his position, only time in three years'  play
lightning passes from Tennant through to Wltherspoon. that he has managed to do so.
Page Seventy-eight  • SOCCER TEAM SUFFERED FROM HARD WINTER, HAVING TO LAY OFF FOR THREE MONTHS WHEN MOGULS COULDN'T SEE FIELD FOR SNOW.
Roundballers Strong
Team Hot But Weather Cold
Soccer got away to a rousing start
in the fall, with a Varsity entry in the
revamped Vancouver and District
League, and a UBC team in the intermediate league. Action was torrid until
Christmas, when snow put the kibosh
on all outdoor sports just when the cup
ties were starting.
Varsity acquired a new coach in the
person of Dr. Geoffrey Davies, from
Cambridge, and a new senior manager
in Jerry Supeene. A hustling club was
built around a nucleus of veterans such
as Jack Cowan, Stew Wilson, Hugh
Ross, Gus MacSween, Dave Thompson,
Stu Todd and Bobby Moulds. Brightest
prospects among the promising group
of newcomers were Murdo McLeod
from last year's UBC team, Don Gleig,
Jim Foster and Ken Campbell.
UBC, the intermediate eleven, handled
by Ivan Carr and Alf Blashill, was slow
in getting organized and dropped their
only five starts, due mainly to a scarcity
of players.
Norquay made a runaway of the
senior league, but the Varsity boys held
their own with Raniers and Collingwood in the battle for runner-up slot.
With 27 goals in their nine games, the
students were the highest scoring team
in the cricuit. Top goal-getters were
Jack Cowan with five, Gleig, Tod and
Don Renton with four each.
MAN AT LEFT appears to have overstepped ball, but seconds after pic-
lure was  snapped,   he  flipped  behind-the-heel   pass   to   centre-forward
in neatly executed passing play, which kept opposition guessing.
MORE ORTHODOX passing-play demonstrated here, also played large
part in Thunderbird successes throughout sadly interrupted season. At
press time, Varsity was tightly ensconced in second spot of V & D League.
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GLAMOUR MEMBERS OF UBC'S SWIMMING CLUB, GIRLS TOOK SEVERAL MEETS,   INCLUDING  ORNAMENTAL  CHAMPIONSHIPS   FROM   VICTORIA   "Y."
Swimmers Triumph
Squad Swamped Opposition,
Set New Collegiate Records
UBC Swimming Club began the season lacking nothing but a home pool.
Student watermen and women had been
compelled. to hike over Burrard Bridge
way to Vancouver Crystal Pool for all
practice sessions as well as scheduled
meets.
In  the   Universities   Championships,
early in November, first water meet of
the year, two Dominion Intercollegiate
records were smashed. Jack Creedon
sliced 9.4 seconds off the existing time
with his smooth form in the 440-yard
free style, setting the new mark of
5:22.4. New time of 30.6 seconds in
the 50-yard backstroke was set by Bob
Thistle, 1.8 seconds under the old
record.
Missing these two standouts when
the "B" squad met Vancouver YMCA,
the lesser experienced boys combined
with the women's team to come away
with a tie.
For many of the student team, this
meet was their "baptism of fire" against
outside competition, while to the more
experienced members it broke the ice
for their tough match with University
of Washington Frosh team.
In the Washington-UBC meet, Thunderbirds completely routed the highly-
rated Huskies 47 points to 26, breaking
two records in the process.
The femmes put in a little extra time
on their displays when they brightened
up the UBC Championships with an
eye-catching water ballet during intermission.
NOT-SO-GLAMOROUS  SWIMMING  TEAM   RELIED  ON   SPEED,   NOT   BEAUTY,   TO   GARNER   MANY   TITLES   AGAINST   STIFF   OUTSIDE   COMPETITION.
Page Cighty  • DOUG  BAJUS and DON  BODIE hold   Pacific  Northwest Trophy  won   by
U.B.C. for second consecutive year.
DOUG. BAJUS, former champion, had trouble with champion Dick Hanley.
Despite sharp shots,  Bajus  dropped  semi-final   match  to  Hanley.
HANLEY NEW NIBLICK CHAMPION
Bajus, Perennial Champion, Troubled by Mew Titl eh older; Bodie Eliminated in Final
Doug Bajus and Pete Bentley, two of the members of last
year's conference winning golf team, returned to bolster this
year's squad. Bajus with his 73-72 and Bentley's 76-79,
combined with Bob Plommer's 70-71 and Dave Dale's 75-76,
brought the Pacific Northwest Inter-Collegiate Athletic Con-
DICK   HANLEY,   campus  golf   champion,   receives   minute   cup   from   Don
Bodie, club president.    Despite size, cup denotes great achievement by
Hanley, who overcame stiff opposition to win.
ference Golf Championship to UBC.   The team edged out the
College of Puget Sound by nine strokes.
UBC's golf squad were also highly successful in their
exhibition matches. They trounced Western Washington
College of Education by a score of 20% points to %. In
another match, at the University Golf Course, they humbled
College of Puget Sound, 18% to 5%. The UBC quartet
then journey down to Portland to tangle with College of
Puget Sound. The localites were very unlucky in losing the
match by a mere % point.
This year the club used a system similar to the one used
last year for choosing the team to represent UBC in the
Conference Championships.
Last year four rounds were played at Peace Portal,
Fraser, University and Point Grey golf courses, and the four
lowest scorers were Bajus, Plommer, Hanley and Dale. Dick
Hanley was unable to make the trip, therefore the fifth lowest
score, Pete Bentley, moved up onto the team.
The members of the club turned out in full force to compete in the Annual Match Play Championship, which was
played over the University Golf Course. Dick Hanley proved
himself to be the man to beat when he lead the qualifiers
with a fine par round. He played some of the finest golf
pf his career in his match with Doug. Bajus. Bajus had no
chance as Hanley shot a six under par round. He continued
to play top-notch golf right through to the finals, where he
trounced Don Bodie six and five.
•  Page Eighty-one COACH FREDERICKSON DREW FROM NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE EXPERIENCES  IN TRAINING THUNDERBIRD  PUCKSTERS.
UBC PUCKMEN GOT ROUGH TREATMENT
Did Well In Finals, But Thrown Out By Ruling Of League Moguls
ROOKIE KEN HODGERT, went over the hump on this and other occasions,      LOOK  OF determination  on  face  above  belongs  to  Hass Young,   who
but came through unscathed though not unnerved. led Thunderbird scorers from his new-found centre-ice slot.
Page Eighty-two  • TOP LINE FOR THUNDERBIRDS SAW TORFASON AT RIGHT WING; WAGNER AT LEFT WING AND HIGH SCORER HASS YOUNG AT CENTRE.
Thunderbirds of 1948-49 were the most successful
hockey team to represent the University. Though every
member of the previous squad was retained, five new players
were added to strengthen every position.
Goaltenders Don Adams and Bill House vied for pipe-
tending honors all year, with Adams finally coming out on
top as 'Birds' regular goalie.
Bob Saunders and Terry Nelford formed a veteran
combination on defense, while the former acted as captain
for the second consecutive year. Jim Rowledge, another
veteran, coupled wtih rookie Ken Hodgert to back up Nelford
and Saunders in the bruisers' department.    Hodgert came
THUNDERBIRD net minder stops another. Puck seen in lower right-hand
corner almost scored as Adams' tongue also gets into act of save.
west  before the start  of  the  season,   after  having  played
with the Winnipeg Monarchs as a junior.
Forward lines featured Fred Andrew, Haas Young and
rookie Clare Drake at centre ice for the three lines. Young
copped invidual scoring honors with his shifty "deke."
Andrew had injury trouble for he crashed into the
boards early in the season and was out several games with
a broken thumb. Drake, a newcomer, was the clutch player,
coming through with important goals in crucial games.
Bob Koch and Bill Wagner flanked Andrew on the first
attacking unit; Torfason and Bailey teamed with Young,
and Lindsay and Husband rounded out the kid line centred
by Drake.
Second place was the best UBC could manage, although
Nanaimo had trouble in disposing of them, the final game
of the season deciding first spot. In semi-finals UBC eliminated Indians 9-8 in a total goal series. Nanaimo advanced
against Cubs, to meet 'Birds in finals.
In these 'Birds won two to Nanaimo's three before the
league executive interfered by insisting that six out of seven
games be played in Nanaimo. 'Birds refused to travel again
after having been promised a home game. The executive
handed the series to Nanaimo, leaving Thunderbirds out in
the cold.
• Two exhibition games rounded out 'Birds' schedule.
They defeated Lethbridge Native Sons 6-4 and then played
host to California Golden Bears, beating the visitors 4-3.
In their travels, 'Birds met Prince George twice, splitting two tilts, winning the first 8-3 and losing the second 8-6.
On the way home, Frederickson's boys stopped off in Quesnel
to hand the locals a 13-0 defeat, which called for a civic holiday in the inland city.
For the  season, Haas Young garnered  thirteen  goals
and fourteen assists for twenty-seven points, to lead the squad.
Lloyd Torfason,  led  goal-getters  with eighteen   and  Koch •
came close with seventeen.
Wagner had top single game with five goals.
•  Page  Eighty-three TURFMEN HAD  TROUBLES  WITH   SNOWY  FIELDS,  BUT  LITTLE  WITH  OPPOSITION CLUBS.    TEAM COPPED TITLE FOR THE SECOND SUCCESSIVE YEAR;
GRASS HOCKEY "WEATHER-BEATEN
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AS IN OTHER SPORTS, GIRLS SUPPLIED TEAMS TO BALANCE MEN'S ATHLETICS.    AS  USUAL ABOVE TEAM DID WELL IN LEAGUE  COMPETITION.
Page Eighty-tour • BILL  HOUSE,   Thunderbird  hockey   goal-tender,   had   trouble  keeping   his
position  and  was forced  to  share  spot  with   Don   Adams.     Bill   proved
invaluable  on  trips   with   his   entertainment,   ranging   from   card   tricks
to just tricks.
CLARE DRAKE, prairie import, proved to be rookie find-of-the-year, as he
came through   with  goals   at   crucial   times.     In  final   of   Indian   series,
Drake   scored   deciding   goal   in   total   goal   effort,   to   advance   'Birds
against Nanaimo.
PERSONALITIES AND PICTURES
The pictures shown on this and several other pages
of The Totem (pages 87 and 88) are intended to be a
rogues' gallery of men prominent in various sports on the
campus. Some are not well known, some may not even be
well liked, but whatever they are, they are certainly active
participants in activities which act as a window for the
university.
Some readers may say that hockey is over-represented
at the expense of other sports, but in truth it must be admitted that of the several major sports on the campus, ice
hockey was the least supported by the students. Twice and
sometimes three times each week the players treked out to
the Forum, or to New Westminster, to play the game of
their choice, accompanied usually by a single student supporter who was working for the Daily Ubyssey. He was
Herm Freydenlund, who provided the students with news
of the doings of the team.
So, this year the Totem says, "Nice going, puckchasers,"
and adds a fervent prayer that the relative proximity of the
new Kerrisdale arena will erase the only excuse which students could fairly use in explaining their absence at hockey
games—that of distance.
bobby KOCH, thrilled fans with ice-length rushes, but fooled himself Als« pictured in the self-styled "Personality" pages are
at  midseason,   when  he   missed  goal   with   puck,   but   connected   with members of the Soccer  and rugger teams, plus a basketball
shoulder.    Koch came back to finish season with  several  hat-tricks and ,
many assists, to cop second honors for club. player or tWO.
•   Page Eighty-five ARCHERY CLUB HELD PRACTISES IN FIELD HOUSE WHEN  INCLEMENT   WEATHER   PROHIBITED   OUTDOOR   SHOOTING.
Archers — Cricketers
Weather Moved Clubs Indoors
But Varsity Won Team Events
Once again the UBC cricket squad
landed itself an extremely successful
season.
Without really capturing the Brockton Point League championship, the
student team racked up a number of
impressive victories. Such teams as
those from Rowing Club provided a
great deal of tough opposition, but on
numerous occasions the Varsity contingent came through with at least a
moral victory.
Like those teams of previous years,
the group went a long way to boost
their standing   in  league play   as  the
season progressed. The boys proved
themselves a big threat to "upset the
applecart" when finals were looming
before them.
A heartbreaking defeat at the hands
of their arch-rivals was too much for
the Varsity squad, however, and cricket
was completed for another year.
Similarly, and with ever-increasing
popularity, the UBC Archery Club
hustled its way through an active
season.
Although a practically unknown sport
on the campus, save for Varsity girls
bending their bows during Physical
Education periods, the group of bowmen and women had spent the year developing their abilities to a finer point.
With bows and arrows becoming
more plentiful, a convenient time-table
was worked out, practice sessions were
made available by university athletic
authorities, and enthusiastic aspirants
concentrated on getting their "shooting
eyes" in step.
The teaching of fundamentals had
been the prime activity of the organization, and prospective male and female
Robin Hoods concentrated their studies
in practice.
With the group closing out their
fourth active season, popularity has
reached a very high point, and with
the hope of a larger fund grant for the
coming year, more active competition
is planned.
CRICKETERS SUFFERED  FROM WEATHER.    ODD ACTION  PICTURED RESULTED  FROM   FOUL  TIP.     MIDDLEMAN   DIDN'T  REALLY   HAVE   ANTS  THERE.
Page Elghly-tix  * DON WILSON, new Thunderbird football coach, joined the
staff of the Phys. Ed. department in the fall of '48, taking
up the reins left by Greg Kabat. Wilson introducde the
T Formation to UBC with indifferent results. However, when
the fact that the T is one of the trickiest forms of attack to
use, it is not surprising that the neophytes under Wilson had
trouble in organizing an attack. Small, but efficient, Wilson
came to UBC with a great record as a trackman, and while
speedsters like Ried and Storey were in his backfield, Wilson
had trouble with his line blockers and general interference.
BOB MURPHY, former plunging back, moved up to the
difficult quarter-back slot in the newly introduced
T Formation, directing play and throwing the passes. The
southpaw, not previously used as a passer, connected frequently with short pro-passes over centre to ends Dmitri
Goulebef and Art Miller, and for long ones, sent down backs
Dave Storey and Doug Reid. Murphy was virtually a sixty-
minute man, coming out only when the team was on defense
(a goodly portion of the time) for instructions. His tackling
was a feature of the games at the stadium, but it seems that
Murph would rather have stayed at his plunging position.
DAVE STOREY AND PATSY JORDAN met after Homecoming game. Number 33 starred in game while Patsy stole
limelight at half-time. The pretty nurse was chosen Queen of
the Homecoming celebrations and as such took part in the
presentation of new Totem pole by Chief Billy Scow to
University. Before and after presentation, Storey helped
team-mates in vain effort to win game, which seemed incidental to celebrations. Throughout season, Storey was sparkplug of club, teaming with Ried to supply twisting, turning,
open-field running.  Hard-running back graduated in spring.
JACK POMFRET, long-time member of the Physical Education staff at UBC, took over Thunderbird basketball team
from Bob Osboine. Pomfret also helped Wilson coach 'Bird
football team, played for Dominion Champion Clover Leafs,
and kept up courses in Phys. Ed. department. Pomfret's
charges in basketball developed troubles through second
half of season and dropped to sixth place in conference
standings. His idea of long and short—one full string of
tall men and one of shorter types—caught imagination of
fans and is popular feature of new Thunderbirds.
1  Poge Eighty-seven DAVE COWAN, outstanding soccer star of UBC's senior
representatives in Vancouver and District Soccer League,
played fullback with Varsity for past two years. In fall of
1948, he was offered a pro contract with an Old Country
team, negotiations were carried on up till Christmas, but
when final arrangements had not been completed by the utrn
of the year, Cowan decided to finish his year at university.
Varsity soccermen were mightily pleased to find that their
fullback stalwart would remain to finish the season.
REID MITCHELL, captain of the Thunderbird basketball
team, which represented UBC in newly entered Evergreen
Conference, made a rash bet with Ubyssey sport's editor,
Chuch Marshall. If the 'Birds failed to finish in first division of eight-team league, Mitchell promised to eat a disparaging column written by Editor Marshall. As evidenced by
picture above, Mitchell lost his bet, just as did 'Birds, who
finished sixth in league. Mitchell, however, was fire horse
of team, sparking them from his guard slot.
NOT A PROFESSOR but a hockey coach is Frank Frederick-
son, a native of Iceland who has been UBC hockey coach for
three years, in which time he has turned out three very good
teams,, despite lack of practice time. A former NHL great,
Frederickson played on the famous Victoria Cougars when
that team won the Stanley Cup in 1925. One of few coaches
in Coast Senior "B" loop who thought more of principle than
winning, Frederickson removed his team from finals against
Nanaimo when latter team, backed by league officials, insisted that six out of seven games of final series be played in
the Island city.
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JOHNNY OWEN, trainer of all Thunderbird teams, appeared
in gym on "Father-Son" Night, suitably accompanied by
future big block winner, Owen Jr. The idea was dreamed
up by Ole Bakken as promotional effort to get fans out to
basketball tilts. Owen Senior is best known around campus
as a rather rotund little man who ministers to athletes' aches
and pains. To Forum officials, he is a rather rotund little
man who flashes the red light above the goal-tender's head at
hockey games. To Owen Junior he is a rather rotund little
man who is the best father in captivity, and Johnny is certainly a captive to the little guy.
Page Eighty-eight   • GARIBALDI  PARK WAS SCENE OF MANY VOC EXCURSIONS.     MEMBERS   CAMPED   OUT  WEEK-ENDS   AND   CHRISTMAS   HOLIDAYS.
UBC Outdoor Club
VOC Sponsored Trips,
Fun and Hew Cabin
Numerically the largest club on the
campus, the VOC had scheduled many
treks and camp-outs for the 1948-49
term.
Early in the fall, hundreds of "work-
hikers" cut wood and prepared the club
cabin for the winter season. Ice skating,
roller   skating   and   swimming   parties
were held, along with Hallowe'en, New
Year's Eve and spring masquerade
parties for the indoor recreation of the
outdoor club.
On several occasions skiers and
mountaineers journeyed to Grouse,
Baker, Seymour and Garibaldi, to indulge in their favourite daytime and
night-time occupations.
One of the largest treks took place on
the Thanksgiving week-end, when over
150 members sat in the rain for three
days at Mount Elphinstone.
Individual skiing honors in the
annual steeplechase went to Anne Hat-
ton and Don Manning, who covered
the Grouse Mountain course six minutes faster than the 1948 winners.
Campus activities centred in the club
rooms, where the main topic of conversation was the proposed move from
Grouse to Seymour mountains. After
many sessions the move was sanctioned
and next year should see the club ensconced in new outdoor headquarters
on Mount Seymour.
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SKIERS PAUSE in Garibaldi Park to admire scenery.   Club members were
often treated to breath-taking panoramas.
'BLACK   TUSK"   looms   in   the   nether   distances   before   these   amateur
alpinists.    Club   spent   week-end   in  these   surroundings.
•  Page Eighty-nine CROSS  COUNTRY   RUNNERS   STARTED   FROM   STADIUM,   TOURED   GOLF  LINKS,  FINISHED  IN STADIUM AFTER  FOUR-MILE  ROUTE.  SALMOND  WON.
Victorians Took Both
But Varsity Won
Team Events
After   four   successive   victories   in
intercollegiate     competition      between
1943 and 1946, the Thunderbird crosscountry team was left without any
opposition in the Pacific Northwest.
However, in the fall of 1948, the University decided to revive this sport, and
the First Annual Pacific Northwest
Cross Country Championships were held
over the university course on November 17.
Bill Husband of UBC led the pack
most of the way, but developed a cramp
and was passed by Henniger, and Sund-
berg of UBC and Cliff Salmond, Olympic distance runner, from Victoria.
PHIL MATSON,  flying "Y"  speedster, took lead  in  last quarter  mile  of
junior race  to  complete  Victoria  sweep  of  first   placse   in   invitational
marathon races.
CLIFF  SALMOND,  Olympic  distance   runner,   took   first   place   in   senior
cross-country, coming from fourth place to first in last half-mile. Varsity
runners came next.
Page Ninety  • INTRAMURAL ACTION  IN GYMNASIUM FEATURED GIRLS'  BADMINTON,  S PORT WHICH MET APPROVAL OF MALE SPECTATORS AT NOON  GAMES.
INTRAMURALS
INDOOR SPORTS were not only ones covered by Dick Penn's intramural,       INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL had games in field house and gym (above),
as evidenced by the white-clad tennis player above.    Although  hidden      Approximately thirty teams fought through months-long season, providing
by more interesting things, the racquet is in the picture. noon-hour recreation for spectators, toe.
• Page Ninety-one ONLY TEAM ON CAMPUS TO BENEFIT FROM ICY WINTER WAS SKI CLUB,   WHO   HELD   CROSS   COUNTRY   WORKOUTS   IN   STADIUM   SNOW   FIELD.
BC Skiers Successful
UBC Shaded by
Narrow Margin
History repeated itself over the UBC
Thunderbird ski team, when in practically every intercollegiate meet the
University    of    Washington    Huskies
nosed out this university's entries.
Closest call came when the ever-
winning Huskies squeezed out a six-
tenth of a point margin over the 'Birds
to capture the Canadian tournament at
Banff. Fate played its meanest trick
during the course of the meet. Arnie
Teasdale, one of the top men on the
UBC contingent, hurtled over the course
of the deciding race of the meet in
record-breaking time, only to slip
momentarily and lose precious seconds.
Teasdale managed a fourth spot in
this race, but the championship was
decided against the 'Birds.
Having garnered their share of ski
laurels during the turn of the season,
femme aspirants are not to be excluded.
COACH PETER VAJDA, CENTRE, LED SKI TEAM TO MANY TRIUMPHS THROUGHOUT LENGTHY WINTER SEASON.    WASHINGTON  DISAPPOINTED HIM.
Page Ninety-two  •
I ONE OF FEW 'BIRDMEN ACTUALLY TO TAKE TO  AIR.     JUMPERS SUPPLIED MOST OF THRILLS IN MEETS, ALTHOUGH DOWNHILL MEN SHARED SPILLS.
The girls, including Anne Hatton, Jo
Gastillou, Bev Robertson and Shirley
Welsh, captured honors by setting extremely fast times in numerous events,
as well as establishing an admirable
record during the all-girl inter-collegiate meet at Emida, Ohio.
Individual stars such as Gar Robinson, Dave Gunn, and the afore-mentioned Teasdale, paced the varsity
group to a number of sparkling wins.
Former competitor Robinson grabbed off honors in the Western Canada
Ski Championships at Rossland when
he won the four-way combined title as
well as gathering most points received
by the UBC entrants throughout the
meet. Gunn was one of the team's most
coveted  cross-country  experts.
SLALOM,  of downhill and  slalom,  is  shown  here by  Thunderbird  skier,
who seems about to crash unoffending pole at right.   Object of competition is to leave as many pieces of clothing attached to poles as possible
and still remain decent.
THUNDERBIRD SKIER leans on hickories as he surveys scene for next run.
Sunny  Garibaldi was  reason   for sports  shirt   rather  than   ski  suit,   but
team was not so lucky at all times with weather.
Page Ninety-three POISED FOR TAKE-OFF, FEMME SKIERS SURVEY SLOPE.    ONE OF MOST ACTIVE, LITERALLY AND FIGURATIVELY, OF GROUPS ON CAMPUS.
GIRLS PARTICIPATED IN SNOW, TOO!
ACTUALLY THESE bathing beauties  were  members  of Varsity ski  team, VARSITY SKIETTES, did wear ski clothes while skiing, but had more fun
but stopped off at mountain pool for quick dip.    Supposedly good  for washing  in   snow-water,  as  evidenced   in   picture  at  left.    Nonetheless
texture of skin exposed to water. girls showed  well   in  meets.
Page Ninety-four • HALF-TIME   EXHIBITIONS   BY   GYM  CLUB   FEATURED   MOST   OF CONFERENCE   BASKETBALL  GAMES.    TRAMPOLINE   AND  TUMBLING  ALSO   POPULAR.
GYMNASTS DISPLAY MIGHTY BICEPS
UBC Gym Club Gave Excellent Half time Performances at Conference Basketball Games
Long  regarded  as  an  institution  for building   young UBC's Gymnastic Club, run for the benefit of those in-
people's minds, University of British Columbia also has had     terested in  keeping themselves  in physical  shape,  have  a
an organization for the purpose of building young bodies. well-defined program by which they are trying to interest
high school youths to take up the healthful recreation.
The club's thirty members, including twelve women,
put on gymnastic displays solely for the purpose of promoting
the sport. UBC students witnessed their skill in the intermissions of almost every basketball game on the campus.
As part of the regular Pro-Rec display, held at least
once a year at Cloverdale, UBC gymnasts were invited to put
on an exhibition of physical skill. Along with the club went
a group of Phys. Ed. girls to add their sparkling performances to the show.
Carrying their campaign of promoting physical fitness
throughout British Columbia, the club sponsored B.C.
Gymnastics Championships, held on April 2, on the campus.
The club members were very optimistic over the venture,
feeling that this step would encourage and facilitate gymnastics in B.C.
Under the direction of coach and advisor Doug Whittle,
popular Varsity Physical Education instructor, assisted by
Co-Coach Hyslop of the Engineering Department, and
through the efforts of club president Al Martin, the annual
Physical Education display and UBC Gymnastic Championships proved an unqualified success.
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ABBEY, N. D
ADAMOVICH, C
ADELMAN, S
ADRIAN,  J
ALDRIDGE,   W.
ALLAN,   A.
ALLAN,  J.  N.
ALLDER,  F.  H.
ANDERSON,  K.  E
ANDERSON,   N.   P
ANDRON,  L. A
ANDRUSIAK,  M.   N.
ARNESEN, G.  B.
ARO, K.  V
ATKINSON, W. A
BAGNALL, J.  S.
BAHAN, A. N
BAINES, R.  J
BAKER, A.   R
BAKER,   E
BAKER,   H
BALLANTYNE,  G
BANDURA,   A.
BARGUS, I. W
BARKER, T. V\l
BARNES,  G.   R
BARTLEY, C. R
BARTON,  H.  S
BATTEN,  D
BAYCROFT,  B
BAYLIS, T
BAZETT,
S.  C
BEAMES,  T.   B.
BECK, J.  W
BECKER, W.  H
BECKWITH,   R.   C
BEDUZ, L.  B
BEESLEY, J.  A
BEESLEY, J.  F.  B
BELL-IRVING,  I
BELL, G. N
BELL, J. N
BELL, K. E
BELL, L. J
BELL, M. D
BELL,   O.   M
BELL,   W.   J
BELTZ,  J.
3ELTZ,  W
BENSON,   L
BENSON,  W.  A.  X
BI BASE,  R.   M
BILSLAND, A. W
BILSLAND, J
BILSLAND,  W.   W.
BILTON,  T.  H,
BIRD,  E.  A
BIRNIE, R. A
BJARNASON, A.  E
BJARNASON,  D
BJARNASON,  F
BLACK,  A.   P
BLACK,  M.  M
BLACKHALL,  J.
BLEWETT, O.  B.
BLUNDELL, J "
BODIE,  D.  0
BOLTON, J
BOOTLE, H. S
BOULDING, J.  E
BOURDON, J.
BOWELL,   J.   E
BOWELL, N. E
BOWKETT,   M.   F
BOYLE,  R.  S
BREMNER,  J
BRETT,  J
BRISTQLL, S.
BROADHEAD, C
BROATCH,   G.   I
BROCK,  E.   G
BROOKING,  P
BRODERICK,   E.
BROOK,  A
BROOK, N. S
BROOKS,  D.  E
BROWN, W.  M.
BRUCE,  M.   D
BRYAN, J. M
BRYCE, J.  R
BRYCE, M.  D
BRYENTON, G. A.
BURKE,  L
BURNS, G.
BURNS,   R.   L.
BURROUGHS, G,
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BUTLER,   A.
BUTLER,  T
BUTLER,  W.   A.
BYRN,   R
CADMAN,   F
CALDER,  T   L.
CAMERON,   K.
CAMERON,  L.  D
CAMERON,   P
CAMERON,  W
CAMPBELL,  D
CAMPBELL,  D.  D
CAMPBELL,  G.  T
CAMPBELL, W. W.
CAPES,  K.
CARLSON,  A.   a
CARMICHAEL,  L.  A
CARNEY,  A
CARR,  E.  J
CARSON, P. J
CARTY, W. F.
CASE,  S.  C
COTTLE,  W.  A.
CHAMBERS, A. W.
CHAMBERS,  C.  H
CHAPMAN,  V.  M
CHARLTON,   R
CHARTERS,   J.   C.
CHATTEY,   R.   B.
CHELL,  R.
CHERITON.
CHISHOLM, S. M
CLARK, D. M
CLARK, E
CLARK, N. A
CLARKE, C
CLARKE, 0 E.
CLEMENTS,   G    G.
COLCLEUGH,  M.
COLL I SON, A.  P.
COMERFORD,  H. T
CONGER,  S
COOPER, C.  B
COOPER,   W
COPES,   P.
CORKER,  B.   D.
CORMACK,   R.   B.
CORNWALL,  8
CORSAN,   G
CORY,   A.
COULSON,- G.    A.
COURTICE, G.   L.
COWAN,  F.   K.
COWEN,  S.
COWIN, J.  E.
CRABB, J
CRAWFORD,  R
'    CRERAR, A.  D
CRITTENDEN,  A. W.
CROSS,  D.  A
CROWE,   B.   M.
CROWE, M. P.
CURRAN,  J.  M.
CURRIE,  J.   F.
CURRIE,   R.   S.
CUTCHER,  A
DAIN,   K
'    DAMER,  W.  R.
DARVILL,  D.
DAUNCEY, M.
DAVIDSON,   N.   M.
DAVIES, A.  H
DAVIES,  K.  W
DAVIS,  M
D'ALTROY,   F.
D'AOUST, M.
DE BRUYN, J.
DELANEY,   F.  A.
DEMPSEY,   W.
DEMPSTER,  J.  R
DENDY, H.  D.
denholm, j. j
dennett, t. t
desbrisay, d. e.
des brisay, w. m.
de vito, r. v.
de Wolfe, s. g.
dobbin, l. c
donaldson, c.
donaldson, r
donovan, b.
dorais, l. l
downing, m. e
downing, r. _
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DUFF, W
DUNCAN D.
DUNDAS A.
DUNFEE  E.   M.
DUNLOP,   R.
DUNN,  R.   I.
DUNN, W.
DUTTON, 0.
DUVAL,   E.   P.
DUXBURY, J.  H.
EARLE, C.
ECKERSLEY,   E.   P.
EDMONDS, R.
EDWARDS,    G.    M.
EDWARDS, J.
EDWARDS,  M
ELGAARD,  K.
ELLIOTT,  B.  J.
ELVIDGE,   D.
EMMETT,   E.
ENG, H.
ESPIE,  J.   J.
ETCHELL,  C.  T.
EVANS,   P
EVANS, R. S
EWERT,   R.
FAHLMAN,   P.
FARQUHARSON, R.  H.
FAWCETT,   L.  A.
FAWSITT,  J.   C.
FEARNSIDE,   D.
FERGUSON,  D. C
FERGUSON,  E
FERGUSON,  R
FIELD,   R.   B
FIELDHOUSE,  N
FINEGOOD,   I.   M.
FINLAYSON,   M.
FINNING,  V
FISH, J.
FISHER,  J.   E
FITZPATRICK,   M.
FLEMMING,  J.   D
FLOOD,   J.
FOGG, W.
FOREMAN,  S.   D.
FORSYTH,   J.   A.
FORSYTH,  W.   M.
FORWARD,  C.  N.
FRANCIS,   M.   D.
FRANCIS, M.  G.
FRASER,   D.
FUNG,  E.
FURK,
D.  M.
FYFFE,   G.
GAMACHE,   L.
GARDNER,  R.  R.
GARNER, T. J.
GAWTHROP,   P.
GELLATLY,  P.
GENIS,   K.
GEOFFREY, B.
GIBSON, G.
GILMORE,   P.   C.
GILMOUR,   H.   S
GILMOUR,  J.
GLADSTONE,   P.   H.
GLASHAN,   J.  G.
GLENN IE,  D.
GOODE,  E. S.
GOODMURPHY, R. M.
GORDON, A.
GORDON, G. A.
GOWAN,  H.  M
GUINNES,   F
GUSHRIE,  W.   G
GRACIA, J. A.
GRANT,   C.   G.
GRANT,   M.
GRAY,  B.  I.
GREER,  B. A
GREER,  D.  M
GREENHORN, S. M.
GROVES,  C.
HAAHTI,   L
HAAS, J. M.
HAGE,  K.  D.
HAGGLUND,  M.
HALTON,  C.  A
HAMMERSLEY,  M.   B.
HAMILTON,   C.
HAMILTON,  J.
HAMILTON, J.  D.
HANSON,   H.  G.
HAMILTON, G. H.
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HARRIS,  A
HARRIS,  B.  M
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HARRISON,  P. T.
HARTREE,  S.
HARWOOD,  R   S.
HARVEY,   N.   F.
HAWKES,   R.   E.
HAWORTH, J. P.
HAXTON,   P.
HAYES,   A.   M
HELLYER,   D.   M
HELLYER,   S
HAMPSALL,   K.
BENNENFENT,   E.  H.
HEPHER,   P.   L
HERRMANN, G. G.
HESELTON,   M
HESLOP,   L.   M
HESS,  G.  F
HEYWOOD,   A
HICKS, G.  F
HICKS,   H.
HIGMAN,  D
HILL,   C
HILL,  W
HINDS,  0.   B
fe HILL,  D.  a
HIRST,  P. A.
HODSON, M.  P.
HUDSON, T. F.
HODY, R. E
HOLDEN,  J
HOLLAND, J. G.
HOLLAND,  W.  G.
HOLM,   T    M.
HOLT,  B.
HOLT,  G.  A.
HOLY,   H.   W.
HOOLE,  B
HOPE, M.   a
HOREL,  C.-R.
HORNER, J.  B.
HOUGHTON,   E.   R.
HUDEC, T.  P.
HUENEY,  R.  B.
HUGHES,   P.   M.
HUGHES, W. J.
HUMPHREY,  C.  L.
HUMPHREYS,   R.   G.
HUNTER,   L.   P.
HUNTER,   W.   R.
HUNTINGTON,   S.   R.
HURST, J.  B.
HURST, M
ISAAC,  J
IVERSON,  B.  J
JACKSON,  K.  J
JACKSON,  H.  W
JAMIESON, G.  A.
JANSCH,  T.  L.
JEFFERY,  A.  W.
JENVEY,   G.   E.
JEWELL, B
JILLINGS, C.  R.
JOHNSON,   M.   L
JOHNSON, J.  D
JOHNSON, G.  F.
JOHNSON, L.
JOHNSON,   E.   S.
JOHNSTON,  A.  C.
JOHNSTON, J.
JOHNSTONE, D.  D.
JONES,  A.   R.
JULIETTE,   L.
KANIGAN,   G.
KATZ,   I.   C
KAY,   D.   W.
KEILL,   R.   T.
KELLETT,   R.   E.
KEMP,   R.   L.
KENNEDY,   D.   T
KENNEDY,   P.
KENNETT,  P.
KENT,   G.
'      KILVERD,   J.   L.
KINCADE, M. M.
KING,  D
KINGWELL,   I.
KIRKPATRICK,   E.
KISS,  F.
KITCHEN,   J.   K.
KITSON,   J.
KNIGHT, J. S.
KNIPE,   R.   B.
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KOHUT,   D
KOLDINGNESS,   R.   M.
KURZ,  A.   E
KYLE, G.  B.
LAIDLEY,  E.
LAIRD,   J
LAIRIDSEN,  H.
LAMB,  W
LANE,   L
LANE,  P.
LANE,  R.  F.
LATSOUDES,  V.
LAUNDY,   P.   W.
LAZAREFF,   E.
LEAROYD,   D.   R.
LEE,   S.   K.
LEGGATT, J
LEITERMAN,   E.   H.
LENARDSON,  R. J.
LENG,  C.  H.
LEVEY,  A.
LEVY,   A.   D.
LEVY, A.  E.
LEWIS,   J.
LIDSTER, H.
LINDSAY,   H.
LINDSAY,   R.   E.
LITTLEWOOD,  C.   A.
LITTLEWOOD,   N.
LIVINGSTONE,   R.
LOISELLE, F. V.
LONEY, M.
LORD, C.
LOUIE,  D.
LUBE,  E.
LUCAS, D. C.
LUYENDYK, W.  R.
LYNE,  L
MACOR,  D.
MADILL,  M.   F.
MAIR, W. W
MALCOLM,  D.
MANN, A.  R
MANN,   R.  W.
MANSON,   H.   E.
MARE,  M.
MARKHAM,  W.  G.
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GOERTZ, 0
GOODMAN, J
GORDON,  E
GORDON,  P
GORDON, W. D.
GOULD, D. M.
GOULT, A. H.
GROLL,  A. W.
GRONDAHL,  G.
GUBBINS, K.
GUMMER,  V.  E.
GUNN, L A
GUPPY,   A.   G.
GURNEY, A.  H.
HAMILTON, C.  L.
HALMAN, N. A
HAMILTON,  G
HAMILTON,  G.   D
HAMILTON, P
HAMILTON,  S. A
HANLEY,  J.   L
HANSON,  K.
HARE,  A  C
HARDEN,   S.   A.
HARRINGTON, M. A
HARRIS.  B
HARRIS,  B.  J
HARRIS, J.
HARRISON,  D. B.
HARRISON,  F.  R.
HARTINGER,   F.   M
HAWS, C.  W
HAYDEN,   H.   R
HAYS,  E.  B
HEARD,  D
HEAKES,   S
HEESAKER,  H.
HENDERSON,  J.   D.
HENNINGER, J.   R.
HERBRIK, G.  R
HEYWORTH,  M.   D
HIBBERD, R.  A
HICKSON,  R.   H
HILL,   C.   L.
HILL, J.  S.
HIND, S. M
HODGSON,   D.  M.
HOGAN,   P
HOLLANDS, K. G
HOLLICK,  K.  T
HOLMAN,  R.  C
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HOPKINS,  D.  H.
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HORNE,  H.  B.
HORSLEY, V.  J.
HORTON, V. M
HOUGHLAND,  J.  A.
HOUSE,  G.   H.
HREHORKA, A
HRYSIO, J.
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HUGGAN, W. J
HULL, A. H.
HUMPHREYS, A.
HUMPHREYS,   D.   W.
HUNTER,   L
HURN,   D.   R.
HUWYLER,   F.   R.
IKEDA,  G.
IKIDO,  R.
IMAYOSKI,  M.
INGLEDEW,  J.
INDRIDSON,  A
IRVING,   M.   C.
IWASAKI,   B.
JACKSON,  B.  P.
JAMES,  P. J.
JANES,   W.
JARVIS,  H.   P.
JASPER,  C.
JEROME, K.  K.
JEWELL,  R.  H.
JOHNSTON, A. F.
JOHNSTON,  D.  I.
JOHNSON,  E.  P
JOHNSON,  C.  D
JOHNSON, J. a
JOHNSON,  R.
JOHNSON, S.  R.
JONES,  A
JONES,   D.
JONES, E. G
JONES, G. C
JONES,  M.   S
JOSE,  A.  H
KALISKI,  S.   F
KALLQUIST,  A.  W.
KARSTAD,   L.   H
KATZNELSON.   G.
KAY,  L.  J.
KEATLEY, P. W
KEATON,   V
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KIDSON,  G.   V
KILLEY,  T.  A
KIRKER,   W.   P.
KIRKPATRICK,  S
KITAGAWA,   R
KITCHEN,   P.   H.
KLASSEN,  H
KLASSEN,  P
KNIGHT, A. A
KNOX,   E
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KOFFMAN,  M
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KRAHN, J. H.
KROPINAK,  M.  R.
KUZYK, V. A
LACK,   B.
LAIRD,   B.
LAKIE,  L.
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LANE,  E
LANGLEY, W. L.
LATTER,   D. J.
LAUGHTON,  J.  I.
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LAWRENCE,   R.
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LAZZAROTTO,  H.
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LECKIE,  R.  R.
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LINDBLOM, P.
LIPKOWSKY,  V.
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LUNDELL,   P.
LOCKE,  H.
LOGAN, G.  P.
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LOMBARDO,.R.
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LORING,  K.  P.
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LOTZKAR, B.
LOW,  R.
LOWE,  J.  M
LOWRY, J.
LOZAN,  V.  W.
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LYTTON,  B. C.
MAHAFFY,   E.  F.
MAHON,  M.
MAITLAND, J.
MAKONKIN, A.
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MAMMORE,   E.
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MARTIN,   E.   M.
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MASKA,  R.
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MATHESON,  E. A
MATHESON,  J,  W.
MATHESON,   M.  C.
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MESSENGER,  A.   D.
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MURRAY, A.  D.
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MacLENNAN, B
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McGLASHAM,  R
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McGillivray, m
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McMILLEN, G. J.
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NEIGHBOR,  R. M.
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NESBITT,  E
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POPE, F
POTTER, J. E
POWELL, P.
POWER,  E
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PRENTICE,   B.
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SNOWDEN, S. P.
SNYDER,  F
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WIEBE,  H
WHITTEMORE,   S.
WHITE,  D.
WHIFFIN,   E.   L
WHITE,  H.
WHIFFIN, J.
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WHITAKER,   a
WHITELEY,  W
WHlTHAM, D. J.
WHEELER,   M.
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WEBSTER,  H.   W.
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WARKENTIN, S.
WALKER, W.  R
WALSH,  G
WALL,  D.  E
WALDIE, W. H.
WALKER,  J.
WALKER, C.  A.
WALKER,  0. W
WALPOLE,  R.  A
WALLACE, R.  H
WALKER,   D
WAITE, G.  H.
WADE,   E.  M
WADSWORTH,   R.
WADE, L
YAMABE, R
YOUNG, B  A
YOUNG,  S.  G.
YOUNG, W.
ZOKOL, J.   F.
ZAPLACHINSKY,
The Men Who Took
The Pictures . . .
DANNY WALLACE had been boss
overseer of the photographers. Wallace
spent hours handling assignments and
cajoling reluctant faculty members to pose
for their portrait.
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BOCKHOLD,  L.  J.
BODLAK,  S.
BOULTER,   P
BOUX,    R
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BOYD,  B.
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BRADWELL,  R.
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BROMLEY,, W. R.
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BROWN,  D. W.
BROWN,  H. A.
BROWN, W.  W.
BROWN,  P.
BRYAN,  G.  A
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BURGESS, W.
BURNS, A. M.
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BURTON,  B.
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BYRNE, P.
BYMAN,   A.
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CAMERON,  H.
CAMERON,  M
CAMERON,   R
CAMPBELL,   A
CAMPBELL,   E.
CAMPBELL, K.
CARLSON, J.
CARLSON,  L.   B.
CARLSON,  N.
CARMICHAEL,   E.   M.
CORFIELD, G.
CARRICK, B.
CARTER,   N.
CARTER, J. H.
CARROLL,   M.   M.
CHADWICK, F.
CHADWICK,  M.
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CHAMPION,  H.
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CHAPELL,  M.  S.
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CLARKE, S.
CLANCY,  D.  P.
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CLOHOSEY,   M.
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CHICHURA,  E.
CHISHOLM,   D.
CHOW,  R.   L.
CHOWN,  P.
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CHRISTOPHERSON,  A.
CRAWFORD,  L.
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CURRIE, A .M.
CURRIE, J.  A.
DALLAS,   C.   D.
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DARCOVICT, J.
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WILSON,  B.
WILSON,  B.  M.
WILSON, C. G.
WILSON,   F.
WILSON,  M.
WILSON,  R.
WILSON,   S.
WILSON,  S.
WINTER,  W.   N.
WITHLER, B.
WITTROCK, M. A
WOLVERTON, L
WOODS,  R.   D.
WONG,  J.
WORK,   W.   J.
WRIGHT,   D.   /
WRIGHT,  D. J.
WYNN,  J.
YEATMAN,  M.
YEOMANS,  J.  W.
YEWDALE,   G.
YORK,   B.   J.
YOUNG,  M.   K.
YOXALL,   E.   \
ZABENSKY, R.
ZIVOT,  D.
The Men Who Took
The Pictures ...
DOUG BARNETT, earnest Arts student
was responsible for the high calibre of the
pictures in the Totem Sports section.
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ADAMS, C.  L
ADAMS,  G.   F
ADAMS,  J.  R.
AITKEN,   B.   S
ALTON,  H.
ANASTASIOU,   E
ARMSTRONG,
C.   F.
ARKINSON, C. M.
AVIS, S.  F
BASIL,  D. C.
BEEK,   C.   H.
BETTS,  W.  E.
BLACK,   D.  J
BLACK,  V.  J.
BLAINE, J. J.
BLAINE,  W.  R.
BLOCKBERGER, R. J.
BOWNICK,  A.  A
BOYKOWICH,   L.   S.
BRAY,   R.   C
BREW IS,  F.  L.
BROWN,  J.   A.
BURBIDGE, E.
BURGESS, W. H.
BUSHFIELD, D.  E
BUTLER,  C
CALLBECK, C.  W
CAMPBELL,   D
CAMPBELL, J. M.
CAMPBELL,   G.   G.
CAMPBELL, R.
CARTER,   M.   D.
C-ASEY, J.  J.
CASTLE,  R
CHAMBERS,   H
CHATTERSON,   H.   R.
CLARKE,   A.
CLARK,  G.
CLARK, R. A.
CLARKE,  J.
CLARKE, M.  A.
CLIFF,   R.   L.
COOK,   F.
COTE,  M.
COWPER,   I.  H.
CROWL,   N.  L.
CROWTHER,   F.   W.
CRUICKSHANK,   J.   M.
CRUMP,  R.  0.
CRUMP,  A
CIJLOS,  P.  R..
CUTHBERT,  T.   F.
DALGLEISH, W.
DEMPSEY,  W.  G.
DEWAR,   R.   P.
DIXON,  C.   F.
DOBNEY, M.
DOWNS,   K.
DUNBAR, W.
DUNSMORE,   C.
EMMONS,  M.
ERICSON,  A
ERLEBACK, A.  C.
FAIRBAIRN,  J.   K.
FAIRWEATHER,  D.
FAWCUS,  G.
FERGUSON,  H.  G.
FLEMING,   J.
FORREST,   I.   M
FRENCH,  G.  a
FULLERTON,   D.   R
FULTON,   N.   A.
FURNESS,  T.   G
FUTCHER,  R. G.
GAIRNETT, J.  F.
GATIEN,   H.   C.
GEE,  A.   E.
GREAVES,   B.
GIBBS,  V.   E.
GODDARD,  J.  P.
GODEFROID,  J.  J
GORDON,  R.  M
GRAHAM,   B
GREAVES,   B.   R.
GREEN,   H.   M.
GREENE,  G.  A.
HADLEY,   D.
HALL,   T.
HALL,   L.
HAMILTON,  R.  R.
HAMILTON,   R.   W
HANBURY, W. G.
HANDEL,  J.
HANTON,  A.   M.
HARRIS,   T.   F.
HARRISON,  J.   H.
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HART,   K. W.
HEMMINGSEN, W. B.
HEWITT, P. T.
HINCHCLIFFE,  G.   T.
HOEL, L.  C.
HOLMAN,  B.
HOLMAN,  N.
HOWELL,   E.   N.
HOESTIS,   R.  W.
JESSIMAN, K.  B.
JOHNSON,  K.  R.
JOHNSON,  R.
JONES, K   A.
KELLMAN, J.
KELLY,  G.
KERSHAW,   T.
KIRK,   J
LANGDALE,   G.
LAUGHTON,  D.  B.
LEES,   J.   C
LEFEBVRE,  R.
LENKO,  R.
LINDHOLM,   H.    R.
LOWE,  G.
LOWREY    R
LUBACK, P
LYCAN,  R.  W
MACVEY,  G.  H.
MAGLIO,  E.  A
MANZER, G.   R.   E.
MASON, A.  W.
MATHESON,  D.  A
MATHEW,   F.  J.
MATTHEWS,   L.  W
MELVILLE, J.
MELVIN,  R.  M.
MENZIES,  C.   N.
MERCER,  G.   E.
MILLER, H.
MILNE, L A
MITTEN,  D.  S.
MOE,  K.  G.
MORFEY,  M.  H
MORRISH,  F.  A
MORRISON,  W.   E.
MORRISON,  N.
MONFEY,  M.
MONTGOMERY,  K.
MOYNES, J.
MUNRO, R. A
MURDOCH, G.
MURRAY, J. F.
MacEWEN,  P.   R
MacKAY,  J.
MacKINNON, R. G.
McAfee, g. w.
McBRIDE,  G.   P
McCALLUM, R. C
Mcculloch, w
McGUIRE,  J
McINTOSH,  E.  C
McKENZIE,  I.
McLEAN,  J.
Mclennan, r. p.
McNAB,   J.   A
McPHERSON, J.  D
McRAE,  J.   S.
NICHOLSON,  D.  A.
NOBLE,  K.   E.
NORUM,   S.   L.
NUTCHERY,   T.
NYKOLYN,  A.
OBERG, S. M.
OLSON,  K.   B.
PAUL,  M.
PEARSON,  W   M.
PECK,  E.  R.
PETERS,   K.   R.
PETTIGREW,  S.   J.
POTTER,   B.   A
POTTS,   D.   B.
PYE,  J.  W.
RANDLETT,   L.  J.
REID,  R.  R.
REID,  W.
ROBERTSON,  D.
RODGERS,  G.
ROSE,  A.   H.
ROSS,  J.
ROWLINGS,  M
RUSSELL,   B.  A.
SATTERFIELD,    N.    B.
SEALE,   R.  C
SETCHELL, J.
SHAW,  J.   D.
SHAW,  J.   E.
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SHAW,
R.
SHERRIFF, J.  R.
SINCLAIR,  R,
SKILLING, S. W
SKINNER,  W.   J
SLOAN, J.  K.
SMART,  A.   D.
SMITH,  J. J.
SMITH,
J. N.
SMITH, R. C.
SPEIRS, H. M
STANFIELD,   B.
STASIUK,   J.
STASTING,  A.  H.
STEVENS, S. A.
STOCKSTAD,   P.
AITKENS,  M.  J.
BEHR,   K.
BELL,  M   M
BROWN, M. E.
DICKINSON,   M.
DOREE, J.  F.
FORRET,   D.
GEORGE,  A.
KRIWOKEN. J.
MacPHERSON,  H.
REID, G.  E.
RUSH, T.
SEIME,   T.
SIM,   C.
SMITH,  E. M.
THOMPSON,   C.
VANNATTER,   J.
WOODCOCK,  L.
PULLEN,   B.
TWILLEY,  E.
BELL,   M.   A.
BROWN,  M.  M.
BUTTERS,   M.   C
d'EASUM,   E
ELLEY,  J.
FERGUSON, J.
JORDAN,   P.
LYDIARD, E. N.
MURRAY, C
SHIELDS,   L.   M
SMITH,  A.  G.
TINNEY,   C
TURNBULL* F.  P.
WATSON, W.
CRAIK,  M.  M
EDWARDS,  F.   I
FARQUHARSON,   M.
GOODFELLOW,  M.
GREER,  P.  A.
HOBBS,  H.
JOHNSTON,  T   M.
MORGAN,   L.
MacKENZIE, J.
MacNAUGHTON,   A
MclSAAC,   I.  A
'    McLEAN,  B.  J.
OLIVIER,   L.
PEARSON,  P.
PRICKARD,   B.   M.
QUAYLE,   a
RANKIN, E. L
RATNER,   H.   L,
« SHOWELL,   E
SMITH,  M
SMITH,  S.
GREEN,  P.
HURRES,  M.
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ALLEN, G.
ANASTASIOU,   E.
ARMSTRONG, H.  D.
ARMSTRONG,   R.   B.
BAILEY,   D.   W.
BARKER,   E.
BATH, W.  V.
BEATON,  W.  H.
BEATTIE, G.  M
BECKER, A
BELL, H.  E.
BENINGER, W.  E.
BLAKELY,  H.  A
BORDA,  J.
BRITTON, J.  G.
BROOK ER,  G.   H.
BROWER,  S.  R.
BROWN,  D.  R.
BROWN,  W.  H.
BUBRICK,  J.
BURKS,  R.  S.
BURNS,   P.   F.
BUTTERDAHL,   K.
CALLBECK,   C.  W.
CAMERON,  C.  H.
CAMPBELL,  D.  G.
CAMPBELL,  J.  M.
CAVIN,   B.
CHADWICK,  C.  H
CHISHOLM, L. A
CHONG,  B.
CLARKE,   M.   A.
CLARKE,  P.
COCHRANE,   H.   C
COLLINS,  C.   D.
COOPER,   R.  J.
CRAIG,  J.
D ANDREE, 0.  G.
DAWSON,   J.
DEAN,   B.   E.
DENISIUK, M. A
DRAPER, W. E.
DUCHARME,   L
DUNCAN,   I.   M.
ECKMAN,  H. W.
EVANS,  C.  G.
EVANS,  E.  R.
FARINGTON,  W.
FEARNE,  R.
GAISFORD, D.  P.
GATIEN,  H.  C.
GEMMELL,  R.  H.
GIBSON,   H.
GIBSON,  J.  W.
GIGLIOTTI,  A. J.
GLASS, J. G.
GORDON, W. J.
GROOM,  D.   E.
HACK,  H.  W.
HALLETT,  R.   H.
HARNETT, J.  N.
HARRIS,  T   F.
HARRISON,
J.   A.
HAY,  C.   D.
HAYWARD,  R
HEMMINGSEN,  W.   B.
HOLLAND,   D.
HOLME,   C.   A
HORWELL,  R.
HOWARD,  J.   D.
HOWELL,  E.  M.
HUTTON,  J.
JESSIMAN,  K.
JOHNSON, J.  P.
JOHNSON,  R.  F.
JONES,  K.
KELLY, G.  H.
KENNEDY, J. D.
KENNEDY,  J.   G.
KILNER, D.
KING, R. W.
KWONG,  J.   K.
LAMPORT,  G
LANGDALE,  G.
LAVERY,  W.  V.
LEASK,  S.   H.
LEE, P.  F.
LEUNG, P. V.
LININGTON, W
LITTLE, R
LONGON,   B
LOW,  E.  S.
MACK IE,  W.   B.
MAGUIRE,  J.  F.
MAIN, D.
MANSON, W.  G.
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MARTIN, A.  M
MATHEW,  F.  J.
MENZIES, C. M
MEREDITH, H.
MILLS, J.
MINTY,
... COMMERCE '50
C. M.
MITCHELL, W. G.
MITCHELL, N
MORFEY, R.  D
MORLOCK, W
MUNDAY,   J.   S.
MURNANE,  C.
MURPHY,  K.
MYERS,   D.
MacADAMS,   W.
MacCALLUM, G. S
MacDONALD, J. A.
MacDONALD,  L.  W.
MacKILLOP, M.  L
MacKINNON, J.
MacLEAN,   M.
MacLEOD,
H.
MacMILLAN,   H.    A
MacPHERSON, E. D.
MasPHERSON,  J.
McCROSSEN,  M.  C
McDONALD,  D.  H.
McFAYDEN,  N.
McHUGH,  B.
MclNNIS,
G. B.
McNARY, T.
McFEE,  D. W
McQUEEN,  W. C.
McVEAN,   B.  S.
ORASUK,  P.  L.
ORTON,  F.
PALMER,  G. A
PATE,   K.
PERRIN,  C.   L
PHILLIPS,  J.   D.
PHI LP, T. A.
PORTER,  A.  R.
PREISWERCK,   P.
PRINCE,   L.
PRINCE,  W. W.
PRITCHARD,  G.
PRUNER, J.
QUARTERMAINE, A. H
QUERNS,  M.  J.
RAMSAY,   D.  J.
RAWSTON,   J.
REESON, K.
ROBERTSON,  G.  A
RODGERS, J. W.
RODGERS, J. W.
RODGERS,  L
ROOT, L.  P.
ROSE, A. H.
RUNKLE,   P.
RUSSELL, B. A
SANFORD, T   D.
SEXSMITH, W. B.
SEYMOUR,   G.
SHANNON, W.
SHEIWOOD, W.
SHOQUIST,  R.
SKODE,  B.  T.
SMALLACOMBE,   L.   G.
SOLLOWAY,   A
SPEED, J. R.
SPROULE,  W.
STABLES, A
STEPHEN,   R
STEWART, D. F.
STEWART,  J.   F.
STRIKE,  P.   B.
SULLIVAN, T. B.
SWAN,  A
THRING,   C.
TIOBALL,  S.  L.
TINGLEY,  R.
TISDALE, H. D.
TODD,  S.
TOOLSON, A.  R.
TURNER,  S.  A
VANE,   R.  M
WALL,  N.  E.
WHITE,  N. R.
WILSON, W.
WINTER, G.
WOODLEY, D. T.
WRIGHT,  J.   C
WRIGHT,  M.
WRIGHT, W. J.
YOUNG, R. A.
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AASEN, G.  V
AIRD,  D.  A.  C.
ALBERTON, L
ALEXANDER, G.  C
ALEXANDER, J.  V.
ASCOTT,  A.  T.
BAILE,   B.
BAIRD,   Y.
BANKS,  J.   R.
BARR,  N.  K.
BAYNE,  C
BIGGIN,  B.  J.
BIRKETT,   E.   R.
BLAKE, S.  K.
BOALE,  S.
BOOTH,   H.   E.
BOWLING,  E.  L.
BRAIDWOOD,   T    G.
BRODERICK, W.  J
BROOK,  W.   D.
BROWNLEE,  W.   G.
BRUCE,  J.
BULL,   C   A
BUTTER,   R.   G.
5UTTERWORTH,   E.
CAMERON, A. W.
CAMERON, W. O.
CAMPBELL,  K.  M
CARLSON,   I.
CAVE,   B.  C.   R
CROPPER,  R.  J.
CURRIE,  W. G.
DADSON,   P.  J.
DAVIDSON, J.
DAVIES, G.
DAWE,  A.  G
DE  GUEFE,  T.
DE LA GIRODAY,  F.
DE TWORNICKA, A.
DEVEREAUX,  J.   E.
DEWAR,   R.
DIAMOND,  R.  W.
ELWORTHY, B. J. D.
ELWORTHY,  D.
EVANS,  C.  W.
EULER,  M.
FLECK,  G.  G.
FLEWIN,   R.  J.
FRANKS,  T   W.
FRIESAN,   B.   F
GALBRAITH,  A.   J
GEHL,   E.   M
GILLEY,  F.
GIHROY,   S.   W.
GIURIATO,   D
GRANGE,   A.
GRANGER,  R.
GRAY,   D.
GREEN,  S.   H.
GUTHERIE,  A.
GYLES,  T.
HALL,  N.   A
HAMILTON,  F.  R.
HARBOTTLE,  B.
HATFIELD,  J.   B.
HEATH,  M
HENDRY,  L. J.
HICKEY,   B.  J.
HIGBIE,   W.
HODGSON,   H.   L
HOLME,   W.
HORNER,   L.  M.
HOWARD,  R. W.
HUCKERBY, A.  P.
HUGGETT,  R.  G.
HUGHES,   M.  J.
JEFFERSON,   A.
JENKINSON, T.
JENSEN,  C.  H.
JOHNSTON,  L. A.
JOHNSTON,  W.   R.
KENNEDY, A.  E
KOCH,  J.   L
LANDRY,  P.  B.
LEE,  R.  D
LENIVE,  W.
LESLIE,  R. M
LILLY,  E.  B.
LINDBERG, E.  A.
LOW,  R.  B.
MlKKILA,  W.  G.
MILLER,  A.   E
MILLIKIN,   R.   D.
MITTEN,   N.
MOLE,  H.
MORE, H.
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MORRITT, R. A.
MURPHY, E
McCALLUM,   D.   J.
McGINLEY, F.
McKAY, B.  E.
McKAY,  D.  R.
McLEAN,  M.
McPHEE,   B.
NELSON,  J.  T.
OLSEN,  F.  H,
PANTAGES,  a
PATTISON, J. A
PELLS,   R.
PETTY   J.
PIPES,   S.   E.
PLOYART, J.
PUHACK,  M.  S.
RAWLINGS, A. L
REDDON,  J.  G.
ROBERTSON,  K.  M.
ROMANCHUK,  W.
SALS,   M.
SHEPHEAD,  J.   B.
SILVERBERG,   R.
SINCLAIR, J
SPRIGGS,  C.  W.
STANLEY,  H   R
ST.  CLAIR,  R. C.
STEVENS,   H.   F
STEVENSON,  B.  M
STEWART, G.
TANEDA,   K.
THOMAS, E   J.
VAN ALLEN,  E
WATSON, W. B.
WELLS,  R
WEST, W.  R.
WHITTY,  J.  F.
WILKINSON,  K.
WOLFF,  J.  H.
WOO,  L. S
WOTHERSPOON,  D.  F.
YOUNG, R
The Men Who Took
The Pictures...
DENNY WALLER was another of the
harried pixies who were overworked by
the Publications Board. Waller burnt the
midnight oil developing hundreds of
negatives from which the Totem pix were
culled.
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AARON, J. D
ADES, L. D. M.
ALLAM,  R.  H.
ALEXANDER,  L.  G.
ARENS,   A.   J.
BATTERSHILL,  D.  S.
BARTLETT,   R.   E.
BARKER, T.  P.
BARCLAY,  J.
BENNETT, J
BEATON, R.
BEVERIDGE, J. A
BELL, D. J.
BERTO,  F.
BEDDOME, J.
BENGSTON,  E. S.
BELLIVEAU,  P.  A
BIANCO,  E.
BISHOP,  R.  J.
BIBACE,  B. M
BOLIVAR, G. R.
BOYLE, G. S.
BURTON,  W.  D.
BUTLER,  L.
BURROWS, C   A
BRAAMS,  J.  H.
3RAZ, R. J.
BRANDEN, S.
BROWN, D.  H.
BROWN,  R.
BROWN,  M.   D.
BROOKS,  J.   E.
CAMPBELL,  L.  W
CARR,   I.  J
CARSWELL,   R.   H.
CARUTH,  A
CHIN, W.
CHO,  F.
CHOW. F.
CHRISTOPHERSON,  R.
CLAYTON, G. W.
CONNOR,  J.   R.
CORKE,  D
CRAIG, J.  S.
CRAWFORD,  D. A
CRICKMAY,  C.
CRONK,  A.
J.
D.
DEAN, K.
DECOCQ, L. W
DELANE, G. D.  F
DENNIS,  J.  W.
DES I LETS,   L
DEWHURST,  A
DOUGLAS,   A.
DOWLING,
G.  F.
EDDY,   R.   W.
EGLITIS, T.
ENDERSBY,  S.  A.
ENGELS,  P.  F.
ESTELLE, R
EVANS, W.
FERNYBOUGH,   F.
FERRIE,  W.   M.
FIDDES,  M.   J.
FINDLAYSON,  F.   D.
FISHER,  J.   I.
FLEMING,   A.   L.
FOWLER,  W.
FOXALL,  R.  G.
FRASER, W.  L
FRYKLIND, V. T.
GUNN,   J.   D.
GUMMER, G.  D.
GRANATH, J. A.
GRANTHAM,  R.   F.
GREEN,  W.   B.
GREGORY,   V.   L.
GODBER,   R.  P.
GOODWIN,  D.
GONZALEZ,   E.
GLOTMAN, M.
GIRDLER,  R.  A.
GILBERT,  G.
GALE, W. B.
HALVORSEN,  C.   E
HAMBERG,   A.
HARDING,   N.
HARDY, W. J.
HARMAN, P.
HART,  R. H
HEFFRING,   H.   H
HERMON,   S.   H.   E
HERWYNEN,  J.   A.
HEWITT, W.  R.
HICKS, A
HILDEBRAND, W.
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HILL, C. J
HODGKINSON,   N.  S.
HOGAN,  J.
HOPE,  E.  V
HORCOFF, M.  S.
HORNSTEIN,  H.
HOSHOWSKY,   H.
HOYLAND, 0. G.
HUDSON, J.  A
HUME, F.  C.
HYSLOP,  H.   R.
INGLEBY,  R.
INGLIS,  W.   L.
IRVINE,   A.   R.
JAKEMAN,   E.   B.
JAMIESON,   G.   R.
JAMIESON,  K.
JONAT, W.
JONES, T.
JORGENSON,  R.   B.
KEBE, F.
KELSALL,  H.  J.
KNUTSON, J. C.
KOUALAVICH,  W.
KOHAR, F.  S.
KRISTMANSON,   D
LAIRD,  K.   R
LAMBE, T. A
LAMBERT,   D.   D.
LAMARRE,  R.  J
LARAMY,  B.  K.
LEZENBY, A.  L.
LEE,  D
LEONARD,  B.  M.
LIGHTFOOT,   H.   D.
LIVINGSTONE,   B.   A
LOEN,   E.   J.
LOGAN,   R.   M.
LONG, A
LUM,   H.   G.
MALO, P. E
MAGNOLO,  G
MAINER, G. T.
MARTI NUSSEN, N.
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LAYTON,  J.   D.
LE BLANC, R.
LEGG,   H.
LINDHOLM, L.   F.
LINDSAY,  E. G.
LOMOW,   D
LONG,  J.  W.
LOWE,   N.   M.
LUNDEEN, M.  A.
LYALL, G. C.
MACKINTOSH,  A.  F.
MACKOFF,  A.  A.
MARSHALL, R
MEAGHER, T. W.
MILLER,  C
MILLWARD,   P.   J.
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MUNROE,  R.
MOORE, J.  F
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MUNRO,  R.   S.
MUNRO,  W.  S.
MURPHY,  K. C.
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McDIARMID,  N.
McGILL,  G.
McGUIRE,  C.   J
McKAY,  H. C
McKENZIE, J.  F.
McQUAT, W.  G
NICOLSON,   D.   A
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NOFIELD,  L. a
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PATTERSON,   J.
PATZER,  L.
PETROWSKY, V.   M.
PETTENUZZO,   J.
PHELPS,   J.   E.
PRICE,  M.
RHODES,  C.  J.
RICHARDS,  P.  C.
RINALDI, J.
ROBERTSON, W.
ROBINSON, M. R.
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ROSSE, J.   D.
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SELKIRK,  R.
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TAYLOR,   A.
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THOMSON, J. S.
TOCKER, J.   D.
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VOLKOVICH,  J.
WALDEN,   P.
WASSERMAN, J.
WOLLEN,   R.   R.
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McCABE,  A.  J.
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McCULLOCH, R.
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SKIPSEY, J.  L,
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HARRISON,  D.  C
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HAYMOND,  B. L
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TOMSETT, J.
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BENNETT,  J
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HOPKINS, N. J.
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WARREN,  B.
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HOOPER,  F.  J
JANICKI,  W.  T
JOHNSTONE, E.  R.
JONES,  A.   R.
JUBA,   S.   W.
KELLER,  J.
KERMODE,   R.   L.
KING, B. C.
KITCHEN, J.  B
LAW,  G
LEE,  D.  L
'  LITTLE,  E.  E.
LOGAN,   B.
LYON,  J.  W.
MAWHINNEY,   R.  J.
MILNE,  L.
MILNE,   T.   K.
MURPHY, D
MURRAY, G
MacDONALD,   D.  J.
MacDONALD,  T.  W.
MacKENZIE, D. M.
MacLEAN, E. M.
McCARLEY, D. R
NAGLE,  C   M
OLDAKER, A. H
PHILLIPS,  M.  G
PICKERING,   W.
PORTER,  V.  G
PULLEY,  J.
RENNIE,  G
REYNOLDS,  G
RONAGLAN,  G
RUCK,  H
SCHOPP,  L.   H
SCOTT,  D.   D
SHERLOCK,  A
TAYLOR,   J
TURNER,  H    M.
VICTOR, M
ADAMS,  J
AINSWORTH, W. T
ATCHISON, W. J
AUCHINVOLE,  H. J.
BAKER, A. A
BAKER,  W.   F.
BEHARRELL, A.  M
BELISLE,  E.  H.
BENNION,  B.  N.
BLOMQUIST,   H.   L.
BROWN,   G   E.
BROWN,   G.   J.
BROWN, W.  J.
CHANDER,   P    B.
CHANG, C
CURRIE,  D. W
DANIEL,   M.
DESPOT, J.   J
DONALDSON,  W.   R.
DURHAM,  N.  R.
ELMER,   K.  S.
GOULET, R. E.
HANSON, E
HARCUS, T. W.
HEWITT,  G.  B.
HUNTLEY,   H.
JACOBS,  M.
KILOH,  A.  J.
KNUTSON,   C.
KOCH, R   D
•   Page One Hundred and Eighty-one PHARMACY .
KOO, G. J
KUCHER,  P
LE RUQUET, R.
LINBURG, R. G
MAYO,  H
MACIVER,   D.   L
MEIER, J.  L
MILLER. G. A
MOIR,  J.  G
MORLEY,  D.
MacKINNON, J. A.
MacLEOD, M. S.
McAllister, m.
McDOUGALL,   H.
McEACHERN,  M. J.
McQuarrie, d. p.
O'GRADY, D.
pattison, r. r
paulsen, r. c.
pettit, g. m
priest, r. t.
simpson, r.
'SMITH,   C.
STANBURY, W.
STOCKS,   R.
TAYLOR, G. S.
THEISSEN,  D.
TRESIDDER,  R.
TURK, E. A
TWEED, P. R.
WALL, J.  B.
WATSON,  R. J.
WEBB, M.
WHITE,  J.  P.
WOOD, H.  M
WOODS, E. C.
WORDEN, J.  M.
YOUNG,  J.
ZACHARIAS, H.
ANDERSON, J.
BAAL, B. R
BATTRUM, W. D.
BENNETT,   R.  K.
BLUMENAUER, J.
BRODOWAY,   N.
BRASNETT,  P. H.
BROWN,  T.  H.
BRUCE,  D. C
CLOUTIER,   J
DEFORGE, D. W
DOCKSTEADER, A.  L.
GLOVER,  M
GRANT,  R
GREGORY,  J.  L.
HALLIDAY, D. H.
HIPWELL,  W.  A
KRAUS, W
KUCHAISKY, V
MANN, A. R
MANN,  R. W
MEDLAND,  K.
MILLAR,  C
MILWARD, P. E
MORAN,  E.
MacDONALD,  R.   E
McAllister, m. m
McARTHUR, A
McCUE, H. J.
McMillan, h.
pearse, k. m.
pettie, g. w.
PONSCH, P.
QUINN,   R
ROWLEY, E.  F
SCOTT, J.
SKELTON, S.
SINCLAIR,  R.   H
SMITH,   J.   L.
SMYSNUK, A.
SMYTH, W. H
SPURLING, R. E
wall, w. a
WESSON,  M
ALLAN, G.   R
CLARKE,  J
CMOLIK,  G.  W
STEPPLER, WM. A.
Page One Hundred and Eighty-lwo  • CROSBY, R. H
FLEMING, C.  S.
GARDNER, J. a
HEADRICK,  S.  D.
HEWLETT,  C.  G.
HUME,  D.  D.
KLINGENSMITH,   C.   E.
LANE,  R.   F.
MATTHEWS, L. W.
MERRIFIELD, S.  S.
PELTON,  J.  W
POTTS,   I
NEWFELD, C.
NEWMAN,   R.  L
NICHOL, W.  C
NYHOLM,   M.
RATCLIFFE,  A
REDECOPP,   P.   D.
REDFORD,  J.
ROBERTSON, A.
SANDERS,   H.   L.
SANFORD,  R.
SEIMENS,  J.
SELMEM,  G.
SEVERIDE, N.
SCOTT,  P.
SHEARER,   A.   R.
SINCLAIR,  H.  M.
SNELGROVE,  G.   R.
SPICER,  J.
STENHOUSE,  J.   F.
SULLIVAN, G.  J.
SUNGA,  P.   S.
THOMASSON, A. M
TRESMAINE,   M.
TUNINGLEY,   V.
VANSTONE, B. M.   E
VIGAR,  S.
VIVIAN,   J.
WALDIE,   R.   J.
WARNER, M. K.
WARTNOW,   F.  C.
WATKINS,  R.
WATTERS,  R.
WEBB,  P.
WEBSTER,  P.
WIER,   C.   S.
WILSON,   H   T
WILSON, L.  L
WOODLEY, J.  L
WOODWARD,  J.   B.
WOLFE,   H.   L.
WRIGHT,  M.
ZIMMERMAN,  H. W.
LEITH,  P.  E.  M.
McEWAN,  P.  R.
STUART,  R.  J
SULLIVAN, T.  B.
SUGARS,  E. G
SUNDBERG, L.
TASKER.  J.   F.
TAYLOR, J.  K.
THODOS,   C.   M
TODD,  P. A
TORFASON, L
TOWN,  D.  A
TURNER,   N.
VIK,   N.
WALKINSHAW,   A.  W.
WALLACE,   W.   P.
WALLER,  .D
WALLER, G.  V.  R.
WATSON,   B.   W.
WATT,  T.   R.
WEBSTER,  R.  J.
WESTMORELAND,   T.   H.
WEAVER,  K.  F.
WETMORE,   M    S.
WILLIAMS,  P.  a
WILSON, G.  R.
WILSON,   W
WISHART,  A
WORTON,   L
WOTHERSPOON,  H.
WYLIE,  T.   M
ZEZULA,  J
•   Page   One  Hundred  and Eighty-three MISCELLANEOUS GRADUATES . . .
ANDERSON, A
BROUGHTON,   F.   W.
BURMEISTER,  P. M
BURWELL,  J.   D
COWPER, S.  H
CRAVEN,   J.   H.
DAYTON,  M.  J.
GERMENIUK,   S
HANCOCK,  W.  V
HARRIS, K
HOGAN, J.  P
HCWEY, G. R.  A
KANWISHER,  W
KAYLLS, J.
LOW,   N.   R.
MAIDMENT,  H
MASON,  N.  V
MARKO, M. J
ORMEROD,  A
PATTERSON,  G.   R.
KNAPPETT,   A.   H.
ROBERTSON,  K.  S.
SMITH. J.  E.
SPRUNG,  D   L.
STACHON, J.  A
AGRICULTURE
FITZPATRICK,   R.
FJARLIE,  R.  L.   I.
FLETCHER, C.  N.
FREEMAN,  C.   N.
FULTON,  G.   W.
GAYTON,   R.   R.
GREENWOOD,  I
HADLAND, R. J
HARRIS,  P.  R.
HUNT,  H.  G
HUNTER,   D
KNIGHT,   U
MARSHALL, F. L
McKAY,   K
NEWTON,  D
NEWTON,  I
NORRIS,   M
PELTER,  J.   A
RANDALL,  A.   P.
RINES, W. C
ROCHE,  A.   I.
RUCK,  J.  A
SAUNDERS,   R.   H
SMITH,   A.   I
SMITH,  J.   H
STEWART,   R
TOLPEY, W.  J
TOWNSLEY,  P.  M.
TURNER,  D.  R.  H.
UNDERWOOD,  E.  J.
WARE,  D. W
WEATHERILL,   D.
WEBSTER, G.  R.
WAR8URTON,  R   H.
WIENS,  Y.
WILKINSON, A. T
WILLIAMS,   R.   S.
WILSON,  N.  E.
WILTON, A.  C.
WOODLAND,   A.   G.
WRIGHT,  J.   D.
LAW
ANDERSON,  J.
ANDERSON,  R.   P.
CAMERON,   D.   G.
CURRIE,  D.  R.
DRAKE,  M,   L.  T.
GREY,  H. J.
GRIFFEN,  J.  A.
HODGINS,   R.   E
JAMPOLSKY,   L.
KIDD, W.  H.
MacKINNON, A. G.
PALITTI, V
TUCKER, W. G
WILLIAMS,  J
WARNER,   E.   R.  J
Page One Hundred and Eighty-four  • GRADUATING CLASS EXECUTIVE, ACCOMPANIED BY EXECUTIVE OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, POSE BEFORE UBC'S  NEW THUNDERBIRD.
UBC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION ACTIVE
Frank Tunrner Keeps Guiding Hand Over Activities of Former Varsity Students
Sherwood Lett, U.B.C.'s Alma Mater Society First
President in 1915, was one of the hundreds who sailed for
France with the Western Universities' Battalion (196).
Brigadier Lett (he picked up that rank through an outstanding war record which included a D.S.O. and M.C.)
had time to think over there ... of his Alma Mater . . .
of her great influence and his colleagues and himself.
Several decades of service later, his record of "Firsts-
for-U.B.C."   was  kept   straight  when   Association  members
FRANK TURNER, genial secretary-treasurer of  the  UBC  Alumni  Association,   is  one  of the big   guns   in  the  organization.    Turner  has   sparked
Alumni to greater efforts  throughout  the  year.
honored him with an Honorary Life Membership.    He was
the first Alumnus to receive this recognition.
Many believe the most important step forward was
taken by the Alumni group who established a permanent,
full-time office in Brock Hall in January, 1946. Probably
the greatest surge of service has occurred as a result of that
move and the appointment of the first and present full-time
Secretary-Manager Frank J. E. Turner. Under the direction
of genial and capable Frank (an Arts and Commerce Graduate of '39 who left with Big Block honors in Basketball and
returned to the campus to become Commanding Officer of
the Navy Training unit), Alumni scope and influence has
expanded.
The Quarterly "Chronicle" (sent to all active members
—present circulation 7500,) has been responsible for much
of the continuing interest. A top-flight effort (first made a
"regular" through the untiring efforts of former Editor
Lawyer Darrell T. Braidwood), it has been described as
"the cement that holds the structure together that is the
Alumni Association."
Association membership (a minimum three dollar donation to the "Trustees of the Alumni-U.B.C. Development
Fund" qualifies a donor for active status) includes complete filing and mailing service, receipt of the "Chronicle",
and periodic bulletins.
And in the true Lett tradition, members of the Class
■ iof '49 became the first to vote part of their Class Fee to
"cover themselves" in the Association for a year.
u{       The Tradition is still "Tuum Est."
•   Page One Hundred and Eighty-five   INTR-FRATERNITY COUNCIL REPRESENTED  EVERY RECOGNIZED  FRATERNITY ON CAMPUS, DID MUCH TO CO-ORDINATE GREEK EFFORTS.
IFC-PAN HELLENIC
Greek   Letter  Societies  Led
By Efficient Executives
As every group of sprawling clubs,
the Greek Letter Societies needed a
guiding body. Into this breach fitted
the inter-Fraternity and Pan Hellenic
Councils.   The former kept a watchful
eye over the activities of its exuberant
(often to an embarrassing degree)
member fraternities, while the women
did much the same in their own field.
Early in the year a Jewish rabbi had
charged racial discrimination existed
among the Greeks. Immediately the
Civil Liberties Union, in conjunction
with the other easily-swayed students,
had leaped into  the  fray  armed with
righteous indignation. Met with studied
indifference on the part of the Greeks,
the movement to "abolish the decadent,
capitalistic, monied fraternities" had,
like all other similar movements, died
a natural death. Later, the rabbi had
qualified his remarks to rob them of
any reference to UBC, but by that time
nobody cared much anyhow.
PAN-HELL ALSO  CONTRIBUTED SHARE, AIDED  IN  GREER'S EFFORTS TO RAISE $3000 FOR FLOOD RELIEF.
Page One Hundred and Eighty-eight  • AIREY, S.
BLUNDELL, J.
BRETHOUR,  H.
BRETT, J.
BRYSON, B.
CARR, D.
CAMPBELL,  D.
CAMPBELL, J.
CHARTERS, J.
CLYNE,  E.
CRIST, S.
DALRYMPLE,   J.
ELLY, J.
FERGUSON, J.
FISHER, J.
FISHER, S.
GILL,   L.
GRAHAM, B.
GREMELL,  J.
HARVEY, A.
KEOGH, J.
LATSOUDES, V.
LEMMON, A.
LITTLE, J.
LIVINGSON, D.
LOUGH, M.
LOVERIDGE, L.
LOWRY, J.
MacKENZIE, S.
MALCOLMSON, A.
McEACHEN,  B.
McLEAN, M.
NEWELL, G.
NORMAN, M.
REID, H.
SCRATCHLY,  L.
WATSON, W.
WATTS,  L.
WEBSTER, P.
WILLOUGHBY,  L
WILLS, D.
ALPHA DELTA PI
•Page One Hundred and Eighty-nint ABERNETHY, A.
ADAMS, R.
BURBRIDGE,   E.
BUTTERWORTH,   L.
CAMERON, D.
CARNSEW, M.
CASTILLOU,   J.
COLTMAN, S.
CRAIG,   R.
DEANE, C, MRS.
DIAMOND, P.
DRAGE,   E.
FREDRICKSON,   M.
GAMAY,  P.
GARDNER,  R.
HAAKONSEN,   R.
HAZELWOOD, ).
HENDERSON,   A.
HOPKINS,   E.
HOPKINS,   N.
HOPKINS,   S.
HOWARD,   K.
JOHNSON,   L.
JOHNSTON,   C.
KERR,  J.
LINDSAY,   H.
LIVINGSTON,   R.
McCOSHAM,  B.
MacDONALD, K.
McDONALD,   F.
McKENDRY,   B.
MacKERACHER,   J.
McLENNAN,  M.
MARE,   M.
MARTINSON, V.
MAYOH, L.
MEHMEL,   L.
NESBIT,  G.
PARK, J.
PERRY,  M.
REDDIN,   C.
ROBERTSON,  B.
ROWLLINGS,  M.
SCANLON,  V.
SELMAN, S.
SMITHSON, B.
STOCKSTAD,  D.
TURNBULL,   M.
WRIGHT,   D.
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Page One Hundred and Ninety  • BOWEN, B.
BRADLEY, G.
CHISHOLM, S.
DOUGAN,  C.
DURHAM,  N.
FAWSITT, J.
FINLAY, G.
FORRET,, D.
GLOVER, M.
GRANT, M.
HALLSOR, J.
HORNE, E.
HUDSON, R.
JOHNSON, S.
KERR, M.
KIEVILL, J.
LAIRD, J.
LARKIN, D.
MacDONALD, R.
MacLEAN,  M.
MacLEAN, L.
MORRISON, M.
PHILION, A.
POWELL, D.
PROUD, A.
ROGERS, M.
RUSH, T.
SHANKLAND, B.
SMITH, L.
STUART, E.
TERRACE,   I.
WATSON, J.
WINDEBANK,  C.
WOODCOCK, L.
ALPHA OMICRON PI
•  Page  One  Hundred and   Ninety-one BELL,   L.
BENNETT,   L.
BENNETT, M.
BRAIM, M.
BOWKETT,   M.
BURLEY, B.
CORBITT,   C.
FORBES, A.
FOWLER,   D.
FRANCIS,  L.
GILBERT,   A.
HATFIELD,   H.
HODSON,   M.
JOHNSTON,  J.
LAING,  M.
LANG, L.
LYNCH, S.
MacCARTHY,
McDonnell,
marshall, j.
millard, p.
MOWATT,   J.
MURRAY, I.
NELSON, F.
NICHOLS, J.
NIMMONS,   A.
PHILPOTT,  M.
VILSTRUP, R.  E.
REID, E.
ROBERTSON,   E.
SCOTT,   B.
SINCLAIR,  E.
SINCLAIR,   J.
SMITH,   D.
SPENCER, A.
STEVENS, S.
STONE, R.
TIDBALL, S.
TURNBULL,
UMPLEBY, J
VIGAR, S.
WADDS,   E.
WILCOX,  J.
WOODHEAD,  K.
WORRALL,   G.
BLATCHFORD, A.
ALPHA PHI
Page One Hundred and Ninety-two   • ANDERSON, S.
BAIRD, J.
BROWN, J.
LORD, C.
CLARKE,  O.
COURSIOR, D.
DAVIDSON,  N.
EADES,   G.
EWING, A.
GREER,   B.
HARDIE,  N.
HILL, G.
JOHNSTON,  P.
KINCADE, M.
LEITERMAN,  G.
LEITERMAN,   M.
LOW-BEER, M.
MATHERS, G.
MATHESON,   E.
MENERLY,   J.
McDONALD, E.
McLEAN, J.
McTAVISH, S.
ORR, R.
RICHARDS, B.
SEYMOUR, B.
TAYLOR, E.
WHITMORE, J.
FRASER, P.
GYLES, T.
HODGINS, R.
GRIFFITHS, G.
TAYLOR, J.
DELTA GAMMA
• Page One Hundred and Ninety-three ATKINSON, J.
BAILLIE, E.
BANCROFT, D.
BONE,  G.   ■
BYRN,  R.
CARMAN,   H.  A.
COCHRANE, J.
CROWE,  M.
CLARKE, J.
DUNFEE, E.
ELWORTHY, D.
FAIRWEATHER,  P.
FETHERSTONHAUGH,    D.
FINNING,   J.
FREISEN, G.
GUNN,   L
HAMILTON,   J.
HILL,   C.
INGLEDEW,   J.
LEITH,   J.
JOHNSON,  P.
LONG,   C.
MacCORKINDALE,   M.
MacKINNON, W.
McCOLL, J.
McCORKELL,   P.
McGregor, p.
mitchell, j.
NORRIS, N.
O'BRIEN,  D.
PALMER,   J.
PARKE,  M.
PARKINSON, M.
RENNIE,   N.
RITCHIE,   J.
ROBERTS,   B.
RUSSELL,  N.
RUTLEDGE,   D.
SCOTT,  N.
SHANAHAN, C.
SYMONDS,  P.
THOMPSON, P.
TREMAINE,   M.
WEEDEN,  J.
WELLS, N.
GAMMA PHI BETA
Page One Hundred and Ninety-four  • '
BLANDY, B.
BURT, C.
CARR, E.
CLARKE, C.
COX, B.
COX, M.
GOULT, A.
HARTREE,  S.
HIRST, A.
JORDAN, P.
LEE, P.
LONG, J. E.
McKEACHERN,  J.
MICHAS, J.
MURPHY, K.
PHILIPS, G.
REID, B.
SIEBURTH, L.
STUART, D.
WEIR, S.
WHIMSTER, L.
PEYMAN, BETTY
KAPPA ALPHA THETA
•  Page One Hundred and Ninety-five ABBOTT, S.
BLACK, B.
BLACK, D.
BLOIS, H.
BROWN, B. A.
CAMPBELL, M.
CLARKE,   D.
COLLISON, A.
COMELY-COMBE,
DAVIES, J.
DESBRISAY, D.
de WOLFE, G.
DIXON, B.
EFFINGER,  B.
FINCH, S.
FRASIER, A.
GRANT,  E.
HALL,  E.
HEARD,   B.
HODGSON,  J.
LAIRD, B.
LANE, P.
McGLASHEN,   R.
McINTYRE,   J.
McTAVISH,   R.
MARTIN,   J.
MILSON,  D.
MITCHELL, G.
MUNNIS, M. A.
NEWCOMB,  D.
POWELL,  J.
ROBINSON, H.
ROSE, J.
RUSSELL,  B.
SCOBY, J.
TURNER, N.
URQUART, B.
VIVIAN, J.
WRIGHT,   C.
BOWELL, J.
BOWELL, N.
V.
0
m\<ir~ r-r—■
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
Page One Hundred and Ninety-six  • FRATERNITIES
•   Page One Hundred and Ninety-seven AIRD, D.
ALTON, H. S.
BAIN, A. S.
BARTLETT, R. E.
BLOCKBERGER, R. J.
CHATTERSON, H. R.
COCKROFT,  R. J.
COTE, M. N.
DONALDSON,   T.
EEDY, G. T.
GUIRY, P.
HENDERSON,  R. M.
JOHNSON, J. B.
KELSBERG,   R.   P.
KIRKPATRICK,  L. A.
LAWRENCE,  C.  C.
McCALLUM,  R. C.
MacDONALD, J.  R.'
McLELLAND, D. G.
McLOUGHLIN,   H.
McMORDIE, R. C.
McRAE, J. S.
MADILL.. M. F.
MAWHINNEY, R. J.
MAXWELL, A. L.
MELVILLE,   J.   A.
MONTGOMERY,  J.   D.
OMOND, A. E.
PETERS, K. R.
POTTS, D. B.
RINJES, W. C.
ROBINSON, W. C.
SHAW, R. S.
SIGURDSON, H. R.
SOROS,   K.
STEVENS,  R. M.
TABBERNOR, J. J.
TAYLOR, R. E.
TURNER, R. B.
WALDEN, F. C.
WARD,   D.  K.
WARD, A. G.
WARNER, E. R.
WEST, W. R.
FRASER, G.
GILBERT, J.
HAMILTON,  F.
WARREN, J.
GIBSON, T.
Founded in 1850 at the University of Pennsylvania, the Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity now numbers 45 active chapters in universities of both
Canada  and the United States.
Alpha Omega Chapter, established in 1936 on
the University of British Columbia campus, was the
second Canadian chapter to receive its charter.
The growth of the fraternity has been rapid, and
the chapter is one of the strongest on the campus.
lis members are drawn from every faculty, and
the variety ot interests embodied in the fraternity
are widespread.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA
Page One Hundred and Ninety-eight  • MELVIN, D. G.
McTAVISH, W. B.
SLOAN,  J.   K.
SMITH, D.  B.
BARR, MJK.
BAYNE, C. W.
BELL-IRVING,  J. -
BENTLEY, P. J. G.
BULL, C. A.
CREERY, L. J.
EWING, W. D. C.
FERRIE, W. N.
FIELD, K. M.
FIELD, R. B.
FRY, H. C.
FRAZEE, J.
GRANGER, R. F.
ECKMAN, H. W.
JEFFERY, A. W.
JOHNSON, R. F.
KELLY, R. A.
KER, J. R.
LOWRIE, D. A.
MALCOLM, D.   E.
McALPINE, J. D.
McLOUGHLAN, B. W.
McLORG, A. F.
McLORG, J.  R. E.
McNAB, J. A.
MELVIN, R. M.
MILLHAM,  H.  C.
PANTON, J. B.
PEARSON, W. M.
PUMFREY, W. H.
ROSS, R. D.
SEARS, V. C.
SOLLOWAY, W.   I.
STANFIELD,  B. M.
THURSTON,   R.  H.
WARNER, D. L.
WHITNEY, R. B.
WHITTAL, W.  E.
WILKINSON, K. H.
ALPHA DELTA PHI
•   Page One Hundred and Ninety-nine ATCHISON, H. C.
BAIRD, T.
BERQUIST,  E. A.
RONIN, N. H.
BOOTH, A. R.
BROWNLEE, W. C.
CARMICHAEL,   D.   W.
CARRIGAN, B.  J.
CHAMBERS,  H.
COCHRANE, H. C.
COCKING,  R.
COULSON, A. G.
CROSS, D. A.
CULOS, P. R.
DAVIES, A. H.
DUCK ITT, L. S.
FURNESS, T. G.
GILCHRIST, R. W.
GREENE, J. W.
HUENEY, R. B.
HUESTIS,  R. W.
INDRIDSON, A.
IRWIN, A. A.
LeBLANC, R. L.
LONG, R. G.
McDONALD, D.
McDONALD, V.
McGUIRE, C. J.
McHUGH, B. J.
MacKENZIE, R. W.
McLENNAN, R. P.
MacLEOD,  M.
McNAIR, D. L.
MIKKILA,  W.  G.
MILNE, L. A.
MULLIGAN,  M. W.
ORASUK, P.  L
PATTISON, J.
ROOP, M. R.
RUSSELL, R. J. A.
SEVERIDE.   N.
SLIPPER, W. G.
TRIP, O.   H.
TRUESDELL,   D.   E.
TURNEY, H. D.
WEAVER, K. F.
WESTAWAY, R. J.
WHYTE, D. G.
WILKO, E.
Epsilon Pi chapter of Alpha Tau Omega was
established at UBC on November 76, 1946, to become fhe firit Canadian chapter ot the fraternity
and the first fraternity to come to UBC after the
war. In two years, ATO has taken its place
among the leading fraternities on fhe campus,
with a house and fifty-one active members.
ATO was founded al the Virginia Military Institute in 1865, the first fraternity formed after
the Civil War. Founders were three young Confederate soldiers whose objects were to restore the
war-torn Union and lo revive Christian brotherhood
between young men of fhe North and South.
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
Page Two Hundred • ■ ■"■ --
BELL, D.
BELL, F.
BURCH,  J.
BURNETT,  D.
CAMPBELL,   K.
CLARK, J.
CLIFF, R.
COLLINS,   C.
COLLINS, F. K.
CUMMING, G.
FARRY,  G.
FLAVELL, C.
FORSYTH,  J.
FRANKLIN, D.
GRANGER, M.
GRAY, G.
GUSTAVSON, S.
HOLDWORTHY,
HUGHES, M.
KETCHEN,   P.
KITOS,  P.
LATHAM, R.
LYONS, H.
McGUIRLEY,
McMARTIN,
McMARTIN,
MILNE,   D.
NOEL, G.
OLSEN, P.
PENN, R.
REID,   D.
SHARPE, D.
SHERLOCK,  D.
SIEVENPIPER,   P.
SI  HOE,  KOK LING
TAYLOR, L.
TURNER, C.
WATT,  N.
WEBSTER,  A.
WEBSTER,   R.
WHITE,   D.
WHITEHEAD,  F.
WILDE, W.
WILLIAMS,   D.
WOOD, W.
The   Beta   Theta   Pi  Fraternity   was   founded   at Gamma   Omicron,   the   UBC  chapter,   was   char-
Miami  University,  Oxford,  Ohio, in   1839,  becom- fered   in   the   fall   of   1936, and   numbers   many
ing one of fhe earliest fraternities. prominent students in its midst.
BETA THETA PI
• Page Two  Hundred and  One ANDERSON, J.
BATES, L.
BROWN, J.
CORBETT,  L.
CLEMENTS, B.
DAWSON, J.
EVANS, H.
FERGUSON, W.
FREDRICK,  E.
GARDINER, J.
GRAMMS, V.
GRANT,   M.
GRANT, R.
GRIFFITHS, T.
HAMILTON, D.
HENCHLIFFE, A.
JACOBS, D.
KEENAN,   R.
LAWRENCE,  T.
LILLY,   B.
WYATT,  B.
LUNN, D.
MEYERS, P.
MILNER, A.
MOORE, D.
MORGAN, D.
MYLREA, F.
McCORMACK,
OHS, R.
PATTERSON,
PAUL, R.
ROBERTSON,
SMITH, W.
TOWER, S.
WORLEY, S.
WRIGHT, G.
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON
Page Two Hundred and Two   • ABERCROMBIE, E.
AITKEN, B.
BAGNALL, J.
BREADON,  R.
BROOKS, L.
BROWN, N.
BURGESS, S.
CASHMAN, L.
COLLUM, J.
COOK, H.
CURRIE, D.
DEVI TO, R.
DAVIDSON,  D.
FAWCUS, C. G.
FLEETHAM,  D.
FORD, B.
GIBSON, J.
HENDERSON, G.
HINDS, D.
HODGERT,   K.
JOHNSON,  B.
KER, D.  N.
KUZYK, V.
LINDSAY, E.
LITTLE,   R.
MACGOWAN, J.
MARSHALL, A.
McCONACHIE,  E.
MACDOUGALL,  H. J.
McKENZIE," R.
MITCHELL, R.
MOIR,  D.
MOYNES, J.
MILWORD, P.
NESBIT, W.
PARKIN, D.
PAUL, M. W.
PETERS,  B.
PLANT, G. E.
RUCK, J.
RAE,  H.
TINDLE, P.
WATSON, B.
WELSH,  D.
WETMORE, D.
WETMORE, M.
YOUNG, H.
Delta Upsilon was founded at Williams College,
Mass., in 1834. A local chapter, started in 1928,
became a chapter of the Fraternity in  1935.
The fraternity is non-secret in nature and embodies  four principles   in   its   constitution:   the  ad
vancement of justice, the promotion of friendship,
the diffusion of liberal culture, and the development of character.
The colours are old gold and sapphire blue.
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DELTA UPSILON
•   Page Two Hundred and Three AINSCOUGH,   G.
ARNENSEN,  B.
ATKEY, B.
ATKEY, D.
BAGNALL,   B.
BLACK,  P.
BROUSSON,  D.
CALCLEUGH,  M.
COMPARELLI,   D.
CURRAN, H.
DELANEY,   F.
DELANEY,   F.
DEWDNEY, E.
DIXON,   R.
DOCKSTEADER, A.
EDWARDS,  J.
FAIREY, D.
GILMOUR, G.
GRANT, J.
HAMILTON,  B.
HARRISON, G.
HOGAN, J.
HUGHES,  B.
JAMES,  B.
JENKINS,  R.
JOHNSTON, G.
KERMODE,  D.
KENNEDY, G.
LANE, B.
LAWSON, B.
LEGGATT, J.
MacDONALD, ).
McFadden, J.
McGUIRK, J.
MUNRO, D.
MURRAY, S.
PORTER, A.
QUERNS, M.
SCHJELDERUP, H.
SHEPP,  B.
SMITH,   H.
SMITH, B.
TOMLINSON, K.
TURNER, G.
TABBERNOR, J. J.
WEBER,  B.
Phi Kappa Pi fraternity was founded as a Canadian National fraternity in 1913 by the amalgamation of two focaf fraternities—Sigmo Pi at Toronto and Alpha Beta Gamma al McGill.
The local chapter of Phi Kappa Pi (Alpha lota)
dates from 1919, when it was the first fraternity
on the campus at UBC.
PHI KAPPA PI
Page Two Hundred and four  • I
ANDERSON, D.
ARMSTRONG, A.
BAJUS,  D.
BRAY, R.
BREDT, M.
BREWIS, F.
BROWN, J.
CARSON,  P.
CLARK, E.
CLARK,  N.
COX, A.
DEAN,   B.
DYBHAVEN, T.
EASTON, B.
FOWLER,   R.
GRANT,   R.
GRAY, A. A.
GREEN, R.
HARVEY,  R.
HOUGHLAND, A.
HUGHES, P.
IBBOT, W.
JACKSON,  B.
LAMB, B.
McCOLL, D.
McCROSSAN, T.
Mcculloch, r.
McKENZIE,   I.
MILLER, D.
MILNE,  D.
MORGAN, J.
MOUN,   R.
MOULDS, J.
O'BRIEN, J.
SELKIRK,   R.
SHIER, P.
SMITH, P.
TODD, P.
ROSENE, W.
TOMALTY,   L.
De VOGHT, P.
WELDON, R.
WESSON, M.
MacLEOD,  D.  M.
WILLS, C.
On June 22nd,   1929, the local chapter of Phi
Gamma   Delta   fraternity was   established   on   the
University   campus.     The fraternity   numbers   over
46,000   active   members throughout   Canada   and
the   United States.
PHI GAMMA DELTA
Page Two Hundred and five ADKINS, C. R.
ARMOUR, J. D. H.
BANCROFT, G. L.
BLACKHALL,  R. J.
CAMPBELL, R.  F.
CASTILLOU, H. G.
COWAN, J. C.
CROLL,  R. O.
DALGLEISH,  W.  H.
ELSEY, C. L.
FINDLAY, W.  D.
FRASER, M. A. M.
GARRARD, C. W.
GILLIS, J. M.
GILMOUR, J.  L
GLOVER, C. J.
GLOVER, R. S. A.
GOLOBEF,  D.  P.
GODBER, R. P.
HANSEN, I. E.
HENRY, J. A.
JINKS, L. K.
JOHNSON,  R.  A.
JOHNSTON, J. C.
KELLY,  F.  D.
King, w. n.
knight, r. g.
langdale, g. h.
LEEMING,  L. B.
LEES, J. C.
LORD, D. W.
MASON, A. W.
MEE, J.  A.
MORRISON, G. M.
MUNRO, G. N.
The Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded on
December TO, 1869 at the University of Virginia.
Since then the growth of the fraternity has been
rapid and consistent, and at present there are 116
active chapters in the United States and Canada.
KAPPA SIGMA
Page Two Hundred and Six  • McCONKEY, G.  E.
McMillan, j. h. h.
MacPHERSON, E. D.
McPHERSON, J.  D.
NESBITT, C. F.
NIXON,  H. R.
OLIVER, M. D.
PARSONS, K.  R.
PIERCE, A. F.
PLANT,  P. S.
PRESTON, T.  B.
SELMAN, G. R.
SHARP, D. R. P.
SHORTREED, W.  R.  A,
SINCLAIR, K.  I.
SLARK, G. A.
SMITH,  D.  J.
STANGROOM,  R. W.
STOCKSTAD, P.  L.
STEWART, R. E.
STREET, W. A.
SWEENEY, W. A.
TAYLOR, C.  J.
TEASDALE, A. J.
THOMPSON, G. B.
THOMSON,  R.  B.
TOWNSEND, P. C.
TRIM, P.
TURLAND,  D,  J.
VARTY, T. N.
WEBSTER, J.  P.
WEST, D. R.
WOTHERSPOON, A.  H.
WOTHERSPOON,   D.   F.
WOODMAN, R.  H.
SPRINKLING,  I. S.
WRIGHT, A. J.
SHEPHERD,  G.
Kappa Sigma is comparatively new on the UBC
campus, having been granted its charter in 1941.
It grew out of the Semper Club, which was organized largely by Stewart McMorran and Tom
Pallas, under the guidance of Maury van Vliet, a
Kappa Sigma from Oregon, who was then director
of Physical Education at UBC.
KAPPA SIGMA
•  Page Two Hundred and Seven PRATT, E. A.
SOLLOWAY, J. F.
NESBITT,  D.  R.
JONES, K. A.
OLSON,  K. B.
RICHARDS, M.
LYALL, G.
KENNEDY, J.  B:
MANSON, W. G.
McGILL, G. W.
DOWNS, K. W.
KNUDSON, A.
DEBECK,   H.
HOPKINS,  C.
SUTTON, D. A.
LONG, J.
GARDOM, G. B.
ALLAN, G. A.
JACKSON, R.
BODIE, D. W.
BUTLER, C. F.
CAMPBELL, D. H.
CARSON, J. T.
CARTER, H. R.
COWAN, A. G.
CROSBY, R. H.
DARLING, B. D.
DAWSON, G. R.
BRUCE, J. D.
GUNN, R. A.
HOGARTH, G. L
HOOVER, G. L.
LAMB, A. D.
LECKIE, D. F.
LETHAM,  L.
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity was founded on December 26, 1848, at Miami University in Oxford,
Ohio. Today there are 110 chapters located in six
Canadian provinces and 43 American states .
PHI DELTA THETA
Page Two Hundred and Eight  • McCREERY, R. G.
McLEAN, J.  C.
McLEOD, D. C.
NICOLSON, D. A.
REID,  R. R.
ROBINSON, G. H.
STEWART,  R.
WALKER,   P. O.
YOUNG, G. L.
FEARNSIDE,  D.   K.
SINCLAIR,   J.
McTAGGART,   D.
WALKER, W.
DIAMOND,   R.  W.
WILLIS,   F.
MORISON,  T.
MacKENZIE,  F.
PLOYART, J.
MacMILLAN,   A.
LAWRENCE,   R.
GILLEY,   J.
PHILLIPS,   A.
McDOUGALL,   C.
JENSEN, C.
HOPKINS,   D.
WHITNEY,  J.
McLENNAN,   N.   H.
ELWORTHY, D.
COTTON, R.
TOWN,  D.  A.
PATTERSON,  E.  B.
PRATT,  E. A.
RUSSELL,  C.   H.
HIGBIE, W.
British Columbia Alpha Chapter was established
at the University of British Columbia in 1930. The
total membership of fhe chapter is 336, of which
60 are at present on the campus and active in
present chapter affairs.
PHI DELTA THETA
•  Page  Two  Hundred  and  Nine ADAMS, F.
BEATTIE,  G.
BURGESS,   H.
CARLYLE,  A.
DENNIS,  D.
DOWNING,  M.
ERLEBACH, A.
FORREST, I.
GOULOBEF, A.
HOLLETT,   R.
HAGGART, R.
Mac I NTOSH,   G.
NAYLOR, J.
PAYNE,   D.
SMITH, M.
SPEIRS, B.
STOREY,   D.
TATE, D.
TENNANT, J.
THOMPSON,   K.
WHITE,  N.
WILSON,   R.
WILLIAMS,   R.
DUNBAR, W.
BUHLER, W.
CRUICKSHANK,   M.
EWING, W.
ELLIS, R.
FARRINGTON,  W.
HEMPSALL, L.
JOHNSTON,   L.
JOHNSTONE,  D.
MaclNNES,   J.
NELSON, J.
STANTON, R.
THODOS, T.
THOMPSON, R.
TRATCH, E.
TRITES,  T.
WOLFE,   H.
ROWELL, F.
The Psi Upsilon Fraternity is one of the oldest
Greek Letter Fraternities in America today, having
been founded at Union College in Schenectady, New
York, in  1833.
There are 29 Active Chapters in Psi Upsilon,
three in Canada and 26 in the United States.
The Zeta Zeta Chapter of Psi Upsilon on fhe
campus at the University of British Columbia grew
out of fhe old Alpha Kappa Alpha Society and was
affiliated with Psi Upsilon in 1935 to become the
first Chapter to be admitted in the second century
of fhis Fraternity.
OWEN,   R.
CHANCET, R.
BOWMAN, C.
SMITH, H.
GALE, H.
PSI UPSILON
Page Two Hundred and Ten   •
' ADAMS,  H. F. R.
BAKER, D. J.
COWIE,   E.
DAYTON, M. J.
DeBOU,  R. A.
GEORGE,   L.   E.
GREIG, H.
HUGHES, L  R.
MacKAY, G. H.
LYDER, J. H.
NEMETZ, A. S.
MILLS,  R.  M.
SMITH,  K. C.
SOUTHWELL,   P.   L.
TUFF, W. F.
WALLACE, D. R.
WARR, J. W.
WHITE, R.
WIGGINS, W. F.
ANDERSON, A. E.
AUSTROM, C. J.
BEAN, J. M.
CAMPBELL, M.
CHRISTOPHERSON,   R.   C.
JONES, M.
MAY, N. S.
NORDLUND,   R. L.
OLDHAM, J.
PIERCY, J. E.
POLONIS, D.
STEWART, J.
VAN DE GRACHT, W.
_J_ _l_|
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An international social fraternity of Engineers,
Sigma Phi Delta, is open only to students of Applied Science. It was founded at the University of
Southern California in 1924, while the local chapter was established at UBC in 1929.
SIGMA PHI DELTA
•   Page Two Hundred and Eleven BALANKA,  M.
BAUM, G. V. C.
BECK, W. P. J.
BEESELY, J. A.
BURNS, P.
DILWORTH, L. R.
DONALDSON, R. G.
DUNCAN, D.
ENGLISH, A.
FLEMING, J. R.
GAWTHROP, P. C.
GORGES, K. J. H.
GRAY, T.
HAMMERSLEY,  M.   B.
HIRD, E. V.
JONES, J. C.
KIIGHORN, J. M.
McCILLOCH, W.
Mclaughlin, d, a.
McLEOD, K. R.
MILLER, C.
MOONEN,  F. H.
.MURPHY, C. F.
OLDFIN, J. G.
PATZER, L.
QUIGLEY, L. M.
READY, C. B.
STRANG, H. A.
SULLIVAN, G. J.
THOMPSON,  F.  D.
SIGMA CHI
Poge Two Hundred and Twelve  • BATTERSHILL,  D.
BELL, H.  E.
BIGGIN, B. J.
BOYD, B.
BRODIE, H. A.
BOAK, J. E.
CARLSON,   A.   B.
CAVE-BROWN-CAVE,    R.
COX, T. F.
DAVIES, G.
DONNELLY, W.   E.
DEWAR, O   A.
EVANS, C. G.
FABRI
FERRIE, C. C.
GRAHAM, J.
HAMILTON, R.
HILL, J. S.
HORNBY,   G.  W.
HOUGHTON,   K.
HUTCHESON, J. G.
HAMILTON, G. D.
McCALLUM,   K.
McDOUGALL,  R.   D.
McDOUGALL,   _.   R.
McFAYDEN,  N.
McGAVIN, W. A.
MARTIN, R. C.
MICHAS, A.
MICHAS, J.
MONROE,  R. N.
PUCKERING, W.
PURVIS, H.
BATTENBURY,  J.
REEVES,  P.
RICHARDS, D. C. G.
ROGERS, H.
SEDDON, J. W.
SPARLING, W.  F.
URQUHART,   D.
WATSON,   B.
FLEMING, C. S.
GRAHAM, J. M.
ERHARDT, B. E.
LEE-BRUCE
Zeta Psi Fraternity of University men was
founded in 1847 at New York University by three
men, and celebrated its centennial in 1947. Through
fhe years it has established chapters that extend
across   the  North   American  continent.
The Sigma Epsilon Chapter came into being in
1926 on fhe campus, and was the first chapter al
UBC to become affiliated internationally. This
year there are over forty active members and is
honoured by the prominence of its Alumni.
ZETA PSI
Page Two Hundred and Thirteen BAILE, B.
BAILEY, W. J.
BARNET,  I. F.
BEEK, G.
BIRD, R. B.
CAMERON, G.  H.
CAVERS, J. K.
CORNETT, L.  L.
DODMAN, G. A.
FEDYK, J. J.
GAISFORD,   D. P.
GILLON, A. R.
GILMOUR, A.  M.
GORDON,  R. M.
HARRISON, W. F.
HEWSON,   R.  T.
HOOD, N. L.
JOHNSON, E. P.
KILBY, T. A.
KNIGHT, A. A.
MANZER,  G.  R.
MARSHALL, C. J.
MATTHEWS, L.  E.
McKAY, D. R.
MORRISON, J. J. M.
MURRAY, J.  F.
MYROS, C. V. S.
PECK, CE.
ROBERTSON,   D.   S.
ROSS, R.  I.
SEALE, R. C.
SHERWOOD, W. M.
URQUHART, W.  H.
WALL, D. E.
WALLEY, W. A. E.
WATT, T. E.
WILSON, W. G.
WOODWARD, J. B.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
Page Two  Hundred and Fourteen Variety of Opportunity
Since the end of the war, the growth and diversification of
bade and industry, together with the increase of population,
have offered a wider field of endeavour to young men and
women in British Columbia. Graduates and students of 1949
may embark upon dozens of professions or occupations unavailable—or even unheard of—in 1939.
Expansion of B. C. organizations has provided opportunity
for B. C. firms and craftsmen to develop new talents. Many
projects completed skilfully by local firms in connection with
the B. C. Electrics program of modernization and expansion
were of a magnitude never before tackled in British Columbia.
Most of these improvements planned originally over a 10-year
period will be completed by 1950, five years ahead of schedule.
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•   Page Two Hundred and Seventeen Is your poor dancing
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Page Two Hundred and Eighteen  • A BRIGHT FUTURE TO
THE CLASS OF '49
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Songbook Editor Dave Morton tests out some of his  melodies.
Book gave students wide range of college songs.
THE SONGBOOK
Editor Morton Headed Capable Staff
Dave Morton liked to sing. And above all he wanted to
share with fellow students that enthusiasm for the rousing
songs that form such an important part of undergraduate life.
Morton, a chubby world traveller whose specialty is the
12-string Swedish lyre, set out in 1947 to give UBC a song
book.    It was a two-year job.
With Ruth Ketchison and cartoonist Buzz Walker, Morton collected manuscripts and song books from throughout
the world. His bedroom at home was crowded with stacks
of publishers' letters, scraps of songs, bits of music and the
wild, uninhibited drawings of Walker.
In '49 the job was done. Morton scoured Scotland,
Germany, America for the best and most popular student
songs. He had everything from "Old Black Joe to "There's
a Thriving Kindergarten in the Depths of Old Brock Hall."
Every song was illustrated with the broad-penned satire
of former Ubyssey cartoonist Walker. It was a smart, pocket-
size blue-bound book that contained everybody's favorite,
sold at the book store for a dollar and made beer taste so
much better.
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Page   Two  Hundred  and  Twenty  • Discipline  Committee and  its efforts to curb campus  imbibing  met only a
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FIREMEN  INSPECT DEBRIS OF TOTEM FIRE.
One of UBC's three major fires during the year saw the
Faculty Fire Brigade turn out to aid university firemen in
an attempt to save the Totem Coffee Shop from complete
destruction.
It marked the first appearance of the Faculty Brigade
on the fire scene, and the professors (who are usually more
at home reading Plato) aided considerably in saving the
Coffee Shop from total ruin.
In both of the previous fires (which occurred in the
small hours of the morning) the professional brigade had
turned out in full force to attempt to quell the blaze. The
huts burned down.
Varsity Students Sponsor Scholarships
UBC students who had spent a summer touring war-
ravaged Europe were Greg Belkov and Cliff Greer, both of
whom sponsored a motion to bring German students to the
campus on student scholarships. The move, which was
sponsored at the fall meeting of the Alma Mater Society,
had passed by a large majority. An unexpected snag was
met, hciwever, when the Department of Veterans Affairs had
refused to pay the one-dollar-per-student increase on the
ground, it was not included in the university calendar. A
move to have the students-vets voluntarily contribute had
fallen flat when less than half had bothered to aid the move.
And, finally, in a special referendum in the spring,
students overwhelmingly rescinded their previous motion, and
the fees went back to the normal fifteen dollars. It was a
staggering blow to Greer and Belkov, as well as the cause
which they sponsored. To put it kindly, UBC students had
proved themselves dunderheads.
e   Page   Two   Hundred  and   Twenty-three THE CAF...
Still Boasts the same Informality . . . although the Brock
Memorial Building Lunch Room is getting some of its business.
Eat in either place, depending on the mood you're in . . .
but don't forget to patronize Campus Merchants. Your undergrad idiosyncrasies will be understood and overlooked.
Grads of '49 . . .
Congratulations and Welcome to the
Alumni Group
Your
U. B. C. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
—publishes the "UBC Alumni
Chronicle"
—sponsors the "Alumni-UBC
Development Fund99"
(*Donors of $3.00 or more qualify for Association Membership, receive the "Chronicle")
Send your queries and comments to FRANK   J.   E.  TURNER,  the  Associations  full-time
Secretary-Manager, Alumni Office, Brock Hall, U.B.C.   (ALma 3044).
Page Two Hundred and Twenty-four  • wj^W/W \jmAjcL?A J^JlrW
•   Page Two Hundred and Twenty-five VANCOUVER SUN HAS
ABLE STAFF WRITERS
Clever Commentators Please Wide Audience
INTERESTING both as persons and writers are the many staff
members whose journalistic output is a daily feature of Western
Canada's biggest newspaper, The Vancouver Sun. There are
many of them, and they bring to the columns of The Sun a
sparkle and color as well as intelligent and thoughtful comment,
a modern variant of the wistfully remembered "personal journalism" of a former day. On this page are pictured a few of
the top-notchers who please a half million readers.
Alf. Cottrell, sports
columnist, the Einstein of his esoteric
craft, who proves that
things are even more
relative than you
think and spreads
sunshine and glee in
ever widening circles.
Penny Wise, the girl
who gets around the
markets and shops,
observes with a bright
eye and sharp intelligence what goes on
and reports daily to a
delighted circle of
pennywise readers.
Lloyd Turner writes
about business and
finance and other
matters affecting our
economic and social
welfare. He's a student of his specialty
and a sound man who
handles it well.
ELMORE PHILPOTT is Canada's most widely read news
analyst who directs his attention to international affairs
and their bearing on Canadian
social and economic conditions
and trends. With Philpott
there's food for thought of a
very high order.
MAMIE MALONEY is bannered to the world as "In One
Ear ..." and with banner flying and under full sail this
warm-hearted woman trenchantly expresses a frankly feminist viewpoint on anything
that swims into her ken. And
that's nearly everything.
JACK SCOTT is a young columnist whose
daily stint, "Our Town," is sharply edged,
wide ranging, written with an astringent
wit that puts him in the company of Canada's best commentators.
Tom Jarvis, whose
gently philosophic account of the human
drama of a big city
police court has become a "must" to all
Sun subscribers.
______»
Don Carlson is not
only Sports Editor
and director of a
growing host of reporters and cameramen; he's a columnist
of superior gifts.
Edith Adams presides
in The Sun's field of
home economics and
cookery, is chatelaine
of Edith Adams Cottage and whips up a
tasty recipe.
Vera Kelly is the
busy Editor of The
Sun's interesting women's pages and a
smart columnist with
a host of devoted
feminine readers.
Page  Two Hundred and Twenty-six  • To The
GRADUATING
CLASS '49
A few short years ago you entered the Halls of this great University
hopeful and confident that someday you would graduate, richer in wisdom
and understanding, more skilled in arts and sciences. That day has now
arrived. More mature from the experiences of learning in diverse fields
of study, more tolerant and charitable from the experiences of working
with others, you are now leaving the University, truly a "part of all that
you have met".
In the years that lie ahead you will find that the words "tuum est"
will be filled with new significance. To meet the challenge that life presents
in this great Province of ours, you will require all of the skill and knowledge,
all of the confidence and vision that you now possess. It is your task to
bring these qualities to bear on the problems facing us today. Whether it
be in the field of industry, or in the professions, each of you will find
your particular challenge. Your true success will be measured, not in terms
of the material things you may attain, but in the satisfactions that come
from fullness of living and usefulness of service.
I commend your past achievements and wish you all a full measure
of happiness for the future.
WM. T. STRAITH,
Minister of Education.
•   Page Two Hundred and Twenty-seven 0-0-0-O-H!
—Denny Waller.
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Page Two Hundred and Twenty-eight  • CORDIAL GREETINGS
to the Faculty and Student Body of the University of British Columbia, and
best wishes for 1949.
The uneasy peace in which we are living might be discouraging were it not
for the firm belief that our pattern of living has so much more to offer than
the alternatives.
Our pattern is not perfect; it has many inequalities. But, what solutions
are found, what practical adjustments are made, may very easily come from
the younger, fresher minds that are constantly bringing themselves to bear.
We are entering upon a new era in which new and more exacting demands
will be made upon us all, where new concepts and new approaches will be
required. We face a future of splendid promise for the young men and
women of today.
As for British Columbia, never in its history was there a keener interest
than there is at the moment in its opportunities and attractions. In all
parts of the world there is an eagerness to know what it has to offer to the
capitalist, industrialist, and home-seeker. It is safe to say that British
Columbia was never in healthier or more robust condition, that never has
a keener or more soundly-based optimism prevailed.
THE   DEPARTMENT   OF   TRADE   AND   INDUSTRY
Parliament' Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
E. G. ROWEBOTTOM, HON. LESLIE H. EYRES,
Deputy Minister. - Minister.
•  Page Two Hundred and Twenty-nine
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EAGER STUDENTS EAGERLY WAIT FOR '48 YEAR BOOK.
Totem '48 Finally Hit Campus After Delay
It had been a long, uphill battle for the 1948 Totem.
The Editor had managed to fritter away an entire year doing
lots of nothing, and then had suddenly departed for the
Interior with a blithe heart.
Not so blithe were the hearts he left behind, however.
To the staff of the Pub, Editor Stainsby had left a pile of
half-complete layout dummies, and the injunction that the
book was almost finished, and for gawdsake to get it out.
Unfortunately, Editor Stainsby had forgotten to mention
where he had hidden half of the cuts and pictures, and
somehow had neglected to say where all the copy was.
Students returning to the campus in September were
greeted by a sign giving the delivery date as October 15.
This was later changed to read November 15, then December
15, then January 1, and finally January 15. The book finally
hit the campus January 24—at least 50 copies of it did.
Finally, early in February, 1949, the 1948 edition of
The Totem was delivered on the campus. Unfortunately, the
error-ridden publication caused an even greater storm of
anger than when it was unborn. Pub members just smiled
weakly, and volubly cursed under their breath. The uphill
battle had been won, but the conquerors found only brickbats
thrown at them.
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Page  Two Hundred and Thirty  • •   Page  Two  Hundred  and  Thirty-one LIGHTS  IN THE  NIGHT.
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Page Two Hundred and Thirty-two  • If a camera could be constructed
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Fashions at 'Shmoo Ball' Astounded Campus
Not all at the university was work and study. At a
"Shmoo Ball," given under the sponsorship of the Women's
Undergraduate Society, campus athletes had their chance to
display their talents in other fields than the one they were
accustomed to play on.
The costumes of the "Fashion Show" ranged everywhere
from 1890 bathing suits to the stunning bridal gown displayed by Dmitri Golubef (above). All were enthusiastically
received by the crowd, many of whom ribbed the meaty athletes about their gowns for days afterwards.
Page   Two Hundred  and  Thirty-four Make Your Years
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Although the young ladies modelling the bathing suits
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nevertheless cheered lustily at each new appearance. Gals
were modelling the latest in 1949 bathing apparel. Students
seemed satisfied with what they saw.
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MIKE LAKES  GUIDED THE  LEGION THROUGH  EVENTFUL YEAR.
Canadian Legion, Branch 72
Four years ago a group of student veterans had taken
steps to establish a Legion branch on the campus of the
University of British Columbia. This proposal was met with
considerable opposition from various groups. Those opposing the creation of a Legion branch maintained that a distinct
veterans' organization would not foster harmony between
student veteran and non-veteran. It was further suggested
that the objects of a campus organization should be for the
benefit of the student body as a whole, rather than any particular group. These arguments were met with the strong
assertions that the objects of the Legion would meet the
requirements of those opposing its formation, and that its
activities would contribute to campus unity. The diversified
work of the branch during the past year is living proof of
the fulfilment of those assertions.
Operation Pigskin had been the first major project
undertaken in 1948-49. This highly commendable scheme
was launched in an effort to do something for the disabled
veterans located at Shaughnessy Hospital. The ingenuity of
executive members, and the financial contributions of the
whole student body, were responsible for this achievement.
Volunteers escorted the boys in private cars to and from a
gruelling university football game, and the affair was
climaxed when the branch acted as generous hosts.
The children of deceased veterans will be eligible for a
scholarship fund being created by Branch 72. This fund,
will be built up from students who will pledge themselves
to make those payments. The Alma Mater Society have
heartily endorsed the principle and willingly accepted the
administration of the trust fund.
Page Two Hundred and Thirty-six I
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DEAN OF THE Ubyssey's columnists, Les Bewley probed the sharp finger
of sardonic wit at friend and foe alike. His column, "The Children's
Hour," had been a weekly feature of the campus paper for more years
than many could remember, and his rambling, easy-flowing style concealed many a subtle poke at Ifie in general. Bewley swiped freely at
the dreamy-eyed Civil Liberties Union, rabid Communists, and other
kindred spirits, who weakly fluttered and bristled in protest. He has
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