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%*<''*%$&*#** Page 2 THE TOTEM 1960
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.
Page 3 editorial staff
Page 4
EDITOR Nancy Paul
ART Carolyn Wright
PHOTO COORDINATOR    -    Debbie Brown
PHOTOGRAPHY Lloyd Spence
Dave Vawter
LAYOUT Lynette Williams
COPY Carole Stuart
REWRITE Sandra Gailus
ADVERTISING Al Mar contents
ADMINISTRATION    -    -    - 18
GRADUATES AND
FACULTIES     -     -     -     - 32
AWARDS  122
ORGANIZATIONS     -     -     - 136
PUBLICATIONS  175
FINE ARTS  184
CAMPUS LIFE     -    -    -     - 202
QUEENS  221
GREEKS  230
BUILDINGS  264
MEN'S SPORTS    -    -    -    - 278
WOMEN'S SPORTS    -    -    - 316
ADVERTISING    -    -    -    - 336
Colour photography by Norm Pearson, Yearbook House.
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Alma Mater, to thy children
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Grant the faith that throws from kn.oi.vl.wlqe
Courage that makes liiihl of fears.
Alma Mater, thou hast kinship
U ith the "real of hynone days.
And the roiees of our fathers
Join nith ours to sinif thy praise.
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Inside  the Buchanan court.
Page 8 Outside   the Faculty   Club
New  Chemistry  wing.
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Page 9 hopes
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Graduation  ceremonies.
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Page 12 Anthony Boissiere working in carrel.
Architecture students Needham, Romses, Herman, and Burroughs discuss project.
Page 13 kinship
International House members, Dingeman Vink and Dolly Gill.
8:30  coffee with Frances Magwood, Lois Smith, Jocelyn King, Daniel Genn, and Jean Genn.
Page  14 courage
Thunderbirds George Hoar, Captain Jack Henwood, and Bill Crawford
Page 15 praise
The Honourable Mr. Justice Arthur
E. Lord has worked on the Senate
and the Board of Governors for
many years.
Aubrey F. Roberts, Assistant to
the President and Director of the
University Development Fund.
Page 16 Eric   Nicol,   humorist,   three   times   the   winner   of   the
Stephen Leacock Award.
Earle Birney, writer and poet, Fellow of the Royal Society
of Canada.
James  Sinclair,  1959  Great Trekker,  President of B.  C.
Fisheries   Association.
Page 17  ADMINISTRATION
mmmm BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Left to right: Mr. G. J. Cunningham, Dr. P. R. Bengough, Mr. K. P. Caple, Mr. E. M. Gunderson,
Mr. J. D. Baldwin, Dr. A. E. Grauer, Chancellor, Dr. N. A. M. MacKenzie, President, Mr. L. J.
Ladner, Miss Ethel Fugler, Clerk to the Board, Mr. N. T. Nemetz, Mrs. F. M. Ross.
The management, administration and control of
all the affairs of the university are vested in its
Board of Governors. To such a challenging and
demanding task, they bring a rich and varied background of experience in their own fields of endeavour.
Page 20 CHANCELLOR'S MESSAGE
It is my hope that, whenever you have the occasion to look through this book in the years to come,
you will be reminded of many stimulating associations
and experiences. These memories will, to some extent,
be conditioned by the environment provided by the
buildings and grounds of the University — an environment which has changed rapidly during the years you
have been here.
It is a particular concern of the Board of Governors that the building program keep pace with the
growing needs of the University. With your aid, that
of the U. B. C. Development Fund, The Canada Council and the Federal and Provincial Governments, we
have barely kept up with the most immediate and serious demands.
A great deal has yet to be done, therefore, if this
University is to maintain its reputation as one of the
best places of learning in North America. As the
years advance and enrollment increases, as we expand
our program of Graduate Studies and add to our course
offerings, it is my earnest hope that we shall be able
to provide an atmosphere in which learning may grow
and flourish at a level worthy of this Province and
this nation.
A. E Grauer.
PHOTO BY KARSH, OTTAWA
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
As the years pass, I know that you will turn again
and again to "Totem as the pictorial record of the many
events, both academic and social, which go to make up
a year in the busy and exciting life of this University.
For those who are graduating it will have a special
meaning, recalling as it does the whole atmosphere of
the Campus and the professors and students who live
and work there. Each of you will have found many
things to challenge your imagination, to test your minds,
and to urge you on in this never ending process of
education. I hope your years at the University of British
Columbia have brought you wisdom and a spiritual
contentment; I hope, too, that association with some
of the ablest and wisest scholars in North America has
given you new interests, rich experiences, and warm
friendships. Wherever you go or whatever career you
may choose, I would like you to remember that the
impression this University and its scholars has made
on you will follow you throughout your lives. If you
leave us as better men and women, if you have a
sense of accomplishment and satisfaction, and if you
remember us with affection and respect, then we are
content in the knowledge that we as teachers are carrying on those noble and dignified traditions which have
always been associated with universities.
N. A. M. MacKenzie.
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Page 21 A.  H.   Sager,  Director of  the  Alumni
Association.
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
"Use me or lose me," has been the motto of the Alumni Association
since its use by Dr. H. L. Purdy on his retirement in 1958.
Alumni are now being "used" effectively on the University Board and
Senate, The Association Board of Management and its many committees,
the State of the University Committee, the newly formed Commerce and
Medical divisions and in branch organizations. Hundreds of others have
been "found" and re-introduced to the campus through the many functions
sponsored by the Association, most of which achieved record attendances
in 1959-60.
Most important new development during the year was the inauguration
of a joint Alumni-Extension program of service to communities throughout
the province and the establishment of local university committees.
During the year the Association submitted recommendations to the
Government and the University on important matters relating to the expansion of U. B. C. Following a tradition of many years, the Alumni Association enjoyed close and friendly relations with the Students' Council, its
officers and committees, and was pleased to participate in several joint
undertakings.
UBC PHOTO
A group at the Class of '24 reunion
dinner.
UBC PHOTO REGISTRAR'S OFFICE
For the past year, administration reports
a total enrollment of 28,000 students: over
10,000 were in the winter session and the
others were in summer school and non-credit
courses. All related information, statistics and
records are to be found in the Registrar's Office. Loans and bursaries may be collected
there, parking fines paid and countless extra
services obtained.
Registrar,  Mr. J.  E.   A.  Parnall
FACULTY ASSOCIATION
The Faculty Association prepares an annual brief to the Board of Governors and sets
up committees on health, recreation, academic
standards, membership, university government,
and education of faculty children. Assistant
professors, professors and higher faculty officials comprise the membership. Their aim is
to improve conditions relating to the university
in general, the faculty in particular.
President of the Faculty Association, Dr. J. G. Foulks.
Page 23 FACULTY
G. C. Andrew, Dean and Deputy to the President
Page 24
Professor R. R. Jeffels, Assistant to the President ADMINISTRATION
Dean of Women, Mrs. H. McCrae
Dean of Administrative and Faculty Affairs,
W. H. Gage.
Page 25 PRESIDENT, PETE MEEKISON ... a veteran in student government ... led U. B. C.
well . . developed a closer relationship between students and  the Board of Governors.
VICE-PRESIDENT, PETE HASKINS . . .
council liaisson between WUSC and NFCUS
. . chaired the commission investigating student   government.
STUDENT COUNCIL
TREASURER,   DAVE  EDGAR   .   .   .   chairman  of
Accident Benefit Committee .  .  head of committee
investigating   financial   requests.
Page 26
SECRETARY, LYNNE ROGERS . . . recorded
and corresponded for all council affairs . . . was
secretary of the Accident Benefit and Finance Committees as well. Standing: J. Meekison, J. Madden, M. Bernard, J. Horsman, J. Goodwin, D. Anderson, P. Darling,
R. Hudson, M. McLachlan, I. Stewart, K. White. Seated: D. Edgar, P. Haskins, P. Meekison, L. Rogers,
R.Brink.
Executive member John Madden, Coordinator Russ Brink, First   member John Goodwin,   Second member
Jim Meekison.
Page 27 A.W.S.   Executive   (L.   to   R.):   Nonie   Coldicutt,   Val   Capstick,   President,   Patti
Darling, Cheryl  White, Fran Charkow.
ASSOCIATED WOMEN
STUDENTS
During the first week of the fall term
AW.S. held its annual Big and Little Sister
Banquet to initiate all new women students
to campus life. In conjunction with the
canned food drive in November, Thunder
was held as hostage until all students responded to the need for donations. A revitalized Coed Day took place in February
followed at the end of the month by the
Spring Fashion Show. The year's activities
ended with the traditional A.W.S.-W.A.D.
banquet. Patti Darling was 1959-1960
President of A.W.S. which automatically includes all women students at U.B.C
UNDERGRADUATE SOCIETIES COMMITTEE
Under the direction of
president Ross Husdon the
US.C. handled any business
that arose in council which
directly concerned the various undergraduate societies.
Ideas suggested at the individual undergraduate meetings were brought to council
for recommendation and discussion. Requested organized
drives on campus were referred to US.G which in
turn directed them to particular faculties.
U.S.C. Executive
Russ Robinson.
(L. to R.): President Ross Husdon, Tom Nesbitt,
Page 28 Frosh Council President, Peter Shepard and Secretary, Jean Dunbar at a meeting.
FROSH COUNCIL
For the first time in UB.G's recent history the Frosh elections were characterized
by a large number of candidates running
for each council position. This enthusiasm
can largely be credited to the Frosh Orientation Retreat which encouraged first year
students to participate in campus activities
from the very beginning of the year.
The new executive produced an improved
constitution, published a Frosh news-letter,
planned debates, a picnic, a skating party
and active intramurals entries.
HIGH SCHOOL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
On February 26th and
27th the Annual High
School Conference, which is
the only one of its kind in
Canada, was held at U.B.C
for. student delegates
throughout B.C. and the
Yukon. The object of the
Conference was to familiarize high school students with
all aspects of university life.
The two-day programme included tours of the campus,
sample lectures and panels,
climaxed by a banquet and
dance. This year's Committee Chairman was Ann Martin.
High   School   Conference  executive   (L.   t  R.):   Bertie  Lando,   John
Auld, Ann Martin, Nick Blom and Judi Thompson.
Page 29 NATIONAL FEDERATION OF CANADIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
This year N. F. C. U. S.'s main
project was to prepare a brief on
student housing, income tax, scholarships and unemployment insurance. The brief will be submitted
to the Federal Government on completion. In addition to their regular job of relegating inter-regional
scholarships, N. F. C. U. S. supported the World Refugee Programme and sponsored a variety
show for the Canadian Institute for
the Blind.
Standing  (L. to R.): Peter Haskins, Bob Dickie.    Seated: John Auld, Ruth
Kidd, Chairman Theo Carroll, Paul Hazell, Bill Woodman.
WORLD UNIVERSITY SERVICE COMMITTEE
UB.C.'s World University
Service is again maintaining
its exchange scholarship programme which is the largest
in Canada. This year with
the aid of W.U.S.C bursaries
five U.B.C. students are
studying in Germany, Malaya
and Japan while five foreign
students are at our university. W.U.S.C. supports various other activties such as
World Refugee Year, a seminar in Israel and the International W.U.S.C. clothing
drive in aid of Japanese university students. Another
project is a scheduled noon-
hour lecture series to inform
students of university conditions in other countries.
Standing (L. to R.): R. Dobell, M. McKillop, German Exchange Student Klaus
Grell, M. May, R. Kidd, V. Capstick, S. Bernard, S. Scott. Seated: P. Haskins,
B. Scott, President N. Gish, Dr. Conway, J. Muflro.
Page 30 A.M.S.OFFICE
The indispensable Alma Mater
Society Office is operated under
the direction of Mr. Ron Pearson.
Printing, distributing, checking and
recording — all these tasks are
undertaken by the staff who give
service to clubs, Student Council,
undergraduate societies and individuals. The office is responsible
for university organization finance
accounts, room booking and other
essential coordination business.
Staff  (L. to R.): Mrs. E. Holliday, Miss J. Harris. Mr. R. E. Pearson, Miss
A. Foxwell, Miss  J. Fawssett.
"R.  E."  and student councillor  John Goodwin
Mrs. Holliday  selling tickets..
Page 31  GRADUATES AND FACULTIES Dean Blythe  Eagles  of  Agriculture
faculty of agriculture
The Faculty of Agriculture began the year's
activities with a spirited orientation of newcomers
to the Aggie ranks. Two social events livened the
Fall Term. At the Barn Dance, a special presentation of a bag of dog biscuits was made to Dr. Mac-
Lean, the "worst-dressed Aggie." And later, The
Fall Banquet, one of the most popular functions of
the year, had a record attendance.
In January, Aggie Week consisted of the annual
publication of the Moobyssey, The Farmer's Frolic,
and Apple Day. All proceeds were donated to the
fund for crippled children by the Faculty of Agriculture.
All this for a glass of fruit juice
Page 34 Pillow talk
You go your way and I'll go mine.
Aggie version of a
cocktail party
Page 35 agriculture
ARTHUR, Wayne F.; Animal Science,
Agronomy; V.CF.
BAILEY, Arthur; Agronomy; Jr.
A.I.C., Sec. Grad. Class.
BRADNER, Norman R.; Agronomy
BUTTKUS, Hans A.; Food Technology
CHARLES, Winston; Plant Breeding
COOK, Harry; Animal Science
DEWOLFE, Moyra K.; Plant Pathology;
Alpha Delta Pi
DOUGLAS, Foch A.; Plant Pathology
DUNKERLY, Jean A.; Plant Science;
A.U.S., A.W.U.S.
GIBNEY, Patrick; Agricultural
Mechanics; A.LC, Pres. Grad.
Class, A.S.A.E., Phi Kappa Sigma
GOBIN, Charles A.; Soils
GUNN, J. Elizabeth; Animal Science,
Plant Science
HAZEL, Alvin W.; Plant Pathology;
Caribbean Students Association
HOGG, Robert; Animal Physiology
A.I.C.
HUSDON, J. T. Ross; Plant Science;
Students Council, Chairman U.S.C.,
Beta Theta Pi
KOMOROWSKI, George A.; Agricultural Mechanics
LYSTER, G. Dennis; Animal Science;
A.LC.
McKENZIE, Robert; Animal Husbandry
McRORY, Edwin L.; Animal Husbandry
MARCH, Susan; Dairy Bacteriology;
Pres. A.W.U.S.
MONTGOMERY, Donald; Soil
Science; Jr. A.I.C.
PANKRATZ, John; Poultry Nutrition;
Pres. Jr. A.I.C
PEARCEY, Marilyn,; Animal Physiology;
Sec. A.U.S., Delta Sigma Pi
RAYWARD, Michael; Plant Science
REEDMAN, Norman J.; Agricultural
Mechanics; Pres. U.B.C. Branch
A.S.A.E.
Page 36 REYNOLDS, Loretta A.; Dairy
Bacteriology
SMULDERS, Edward G; Economics
STEVES, Harold L.; Animal   Science;
Players Club, Coord. A.U.S..
STYLES, Ernest D.; Plant Genetics
TUNG, Marvin A.; Agricultural
Mechanics; Sec. A.S.A.E.
WALKER, Hugh H.; Agricultural
Economics; Vice Pres. A.U.S.,
U.S.C. representative
WATKINS, Ray; Plant Science;
International House
Edie Duerksen, Agriculture Queen
No room at the Aggie Banquet?
Page 37 The Architecture Undergraduate
Society has had a busy and successful year with Bruno Freschi as
president. Still occupying huts on
the West Mall, the School hopes
for more modern quarters in the
future.
Director, Fred  Lasserre,  of  the School of Architecture
school of architecture
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Examining house plans in the "crit" room.
BATCHELOR, Peter; Arch. Photo
Club, Architectural Librarian
BAXTER, Robert W.
BOYD, Arthur
CHRAMOSTOVA, Danka M.A.
EHLING, Leonhard A.;
Honours B. Arch.
GOLDSWORTHY, Raymond D.
HOLUBITSKY, Orwst
HOMOLA, Robert B., Varsity
Football; Beta Theta Pi
JORGENSON, Daryl Charles
KATNICK, Jack Miro; President
Architects Undergraduate Society
LARDEN, Trevor Neil
SAGER, Gerald
SHERRIN, Robert Franklin;
Beta Theta Pi
WILLS, Charles E.
architecture
YIP, Hin-Fong; Arch. Photo Club,
C.V.C., Phi Kappa Pi
Page 39 Dean Chant of Arts and Science
Thoughtful expressions in a History Seminar
faculty of
arts and science
40 As always, the Faculty of Arts
and Sciences encompasses many
fields and interests. The A. S. U. S.
Executive, under President Bruce
McColl, has tried to encourage
faculty spirit with an especial emphasis on Arts Week. With the
addition to Buchanan nearing completion, Artsmen can look forward
to having excellent educational
facilities.
Study in the Lounge between classes
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Suzy McMahon, Arts and Science Queen
Page 41 Changing classes in Buchanan
The crush for Ubysseys outside Dean Gage's ofice
Page 42 English 100 break
The Language Lab
Page 43 ADAMS, Everard; Hon. Zoology,
Latin; West Indian Students Assoc.
ADILMAN, Paula; Sociology, Psych.j
B'nai B'rith, Hillel Foundation
ALEXANDER, Ian M.; Biochemistry,
Zoology
ALEXANDER, Joan; Bacteriology,
Zoology; Mussoc
ALLEN, Peter; French, English
ALLEYNE, Yola P.; English, Latin;
Caribbean Students Association
AMOW, Harry; Bacteriology, Zoology;
I.H.A., Caribbean Students Assn.,
Varsity Cricket First Eleven
ARCHER, Joyce V.; Biology, Zoology
ARNOLD-EDWARDS, John R.;
History, English; Delta Kappa Epsilon
BADER, Laurence W.; Chemistry,
Mathematics; CI.C.
BALE, David J.; Math., Physics;
Newman Club, I.H.A.
BARR, M. Ronald; Honours Chemistry
BARRETT, Doreen H.; Bacteriology,
Zoology; Choral Society, Mussoc
BARTLETT, Martin; Classical Studies
English; U.N.T.D., Players Club,
Sailing Club
BARTSCH, Karl; International
Studies, German; Pres. V.CF.
BATCH, Douglas W.; Chem., Math.
BAUGH, Robert A.; Math., Physics
BAYLY, Lance E; Bacteriology,
Biochemistry
BELGARDT, Raimund; Slavonic
Studies, German
BEREZOWSKI, Duane B.; Sociology,
Psychology
BERG, Brian A.; Mathematics,
Physics; Hamsoc
BERNARD, Marilyn J.; English,
History; Students Council P.R.O.,
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Cons. Club
BERNARD, Sharon A.; International
Studies, History; A.W.S., W.U.S.
A.S.U.S., Mardi Gras Committee,
Kappa Kappa Gamma
BERNTSEN, Lloyd; Math., Physics
BILLINGSLEY, Myra; Biochemistry,
Zoology; Phrateres
Page 44 BISSETT, Elaine; Political Science,
Economics; Big Block Club,   Ubyssey,
Gamma  Phi Beta
BLAIR, R. D. Gordon; Psychology,
Chemistry;   Phi Delta Theta
BLAYNEY,   K.   Ann;   Hon.   English;
Pres. Letters Club
BLUSSON,   Stewart   L.;   Geology;
Aquasoc;  Dawson  Club
BOBBITT,   William   W.;   Mathematics,
Physics;   Phi  Gamma  Delta
BONDE,  H.   Christen;   Mathematics,
Physics
BOTEL,   William   G.;   Geology,   Zoology;
Dawson   Club
BOULDING,  John  R.;   Chemistry,
Zoology;   V.O.C.
BOULGER,   Michael;  English,
Anthropology;   CCF.
BOULOGNE,   Jack;    Mathematics,
Physics
BOWER,   Angela   W.;   Hon.   English
BOWERING,  George  H;   English,
History
BOWERSOX,   Judith-Anne;   English,
Bacteriology;   Mussoc,
Bacteriology   Society
BREUER,  Otto Z.;   Russian,  German
BROADFOOT,  Goldine  J.;   Mathematics,
Chemistry
BROWN, Mary  L.;  Sociology, Psych.;
Newman Club
BROWN,   Michael   J.;   Economics;
CO.T.C,   Basketball,   Psi   Upsilon
BROWN,  Raymond  J.;   English,  History
and    Political   Science;    U.N.T.D.,
V.O.C.
BROWN,   Wendy;   Psych,  and   Political
Science; Sec. of Liberal Club, Delta
Gamma, V.CF.
BRUHN,  Gert  E.;   German  and  History
BRYDEN, Betty M.; English, Math;
Choir, Alpha   Phi
BUDD,  Sinclair E.;   Mathematics,
Physics;   Sailing   Society,   Physics
Society, High   School   Conference
BUICK,  Pearl;   English   and  History
BURNYEAT, John; Political  Science and
History; S.CM.
BUTLER,   David   G.;   Biochemistry   and
Zoology
BUTT,  Dorcas S.;  English, Psychology;
Psychology  Club,   Big   Block   Club
BY,   Arnold   W.;  Mathematics,
Chemistry
CAMERON,   Bruce;   English,   History;
Historical   Society,  Pres.   S.CM.
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Page 45 CAMERON, Donald A.; English,
Philosophy; Beta Theta Pi
CAMERON, Mary P.; History,
English; Alpha Phi
CAMPBELL, Alex G.; History,
Slavonic Studies; Zeta Psi
CARRUTHERS, Mary Ellen; Psychology
and Sociology; Psychology Club
CASE, Carolyn M.; Honours
History; Slavonic Circle, I.H.A.
CAUNT, Verna I.; Honours
Zoology; I.H.A.
CHALK, H. John; Honours Geog.;
Pres. S.C.C., V.C.F., Phi Kappa Sigma
CHOTOBAR, Dennis A.; Zoology,
Biology
CHOY, Cecilia; Honours
Zoology; Newman Club
CHU, Theresa; Mathematics,
Economics; Chinese Varsity Club
CHURCHILL, Anthony A.; English,
Economics; Players Club
CLARK, Dorothy M.; Bacteriology,
Biology; Mussoc, Dance Club
CLARK, Linda E.; English,
Geography; Delta Gamma
CLARK, S. Diane; English,
Zoology; Players Club
CLARKE, Lynn S.; History,
Geography; Phi Gamma Delta
CLARKE, Nancy L.; English,
Psychology; Alpha Gamma Delta
CLOUGH, Alice F.; Mathematics,
Economics
CLOUTER, Albert H.; Economcis,
History; Mussoc, Choir
COATES, James A.; Honours
Geology; Dawson Club
CONSTANTINIDIS, Emmanuel;
Economics and Psychology; Radsoc
COOK, John; Honours Mathematics,
Physics, Sec. Physics Society
COSTERTON, J. Henry; History,
Sociology
COUSENS, William L.; Biology;
Zoology
CUTHBERT, Rudolph; Chemistry,
Zoology
CUTHBERTSON, Shirley A.;
English, History; Mussoc, Totem
DAFOE, Gordon Alan;  Honours Pol.
Science; Ubyssey, U.N. Club.
D'ARCY, Patricia E.; Bacteriology,
Zoology; Gamma Phi Beta
DARLING, Patricia K.; English,
Int. Studies; Delta Sigma Pi,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pres. A.W.S.,
Students Council
Page 46 DAVIS, Robert B.; History, English
DAWSON, Joanne M.; Music, English;
Universtiy Chorus, Totem, Mussoc
DE AUER, Peter; Honours Economics
DELANE, Gerald; Geology, Physics;
V.O.C, I.H.A., Dawson Club,
Chinese Varsity Club
DELL, John O.; Honours History;
Jazzsoc, Archaeology Club
DENIKE, Clifford; Slavonic Studies,
Honours Geography
DERBY, Win ton; Honours Economics,
Phi Delta Theta
DICK, Alan; History, English;
Liberal Club, Commonwealth Club,
Swimming Team, Zeta Psi
DICK, Gerald; English, French,
U.B.C. Sailing Club
DICK, Kenneth A., Math, Physics;
Physics Society
DILLON, Charles; Bacteriology,
Zoology, Caribbean Students
Association
DIMOND, Kenneth; Chemistry, Math.;
Dance Club
DOLL, Robert; International Studies
and Sociology; V.CF., S.C.M.,
Varsity Baptist Club
DONAIS, Edward; Honours Geology;
Newman Club, Dawson Club
DONALDSON, John; Honours Economics C.S.A., I.H.C
DOUGLAS, Lawrence; Anthropology
Sociology; I.H.A., C.S.A., V.N.
DREWNOWSKI, William; English,
Psychology
DRYDEN, Rooney; Economics, Psych.
Treasurer Psychology Club
DUN, William; Chemistry, Math.;
Badminton Club, Psychology Club
DUNCAN, Margaret; Bacteriology
Honours; Society of Bacteriology
DUNCAN, Mary Anne; Psych., English;
Gamma Phi Beta
DUNN, Ian; English, Classics
DURHAM, Sharon; Bacteriology,
Psych.; Alpha Delta Pi
DUSHNEY, Dolores; Honours Romance Studies; El Circulo, Mussoc
DYER, Patrick; History, English;
Psych. Club; C.S.A., Pre. Med. Soc.
EBBS-CANAVAN, Margaret E.;
Honours English; Mussoc, Totem
EMBRA, Shirley; Anthropology,
English
EMERY, Merle; Political Science,
International Studies; U.N. Club
Secretary, P.R.O. of A.S.U.S.
Page 47 itdiM&m
EMMONS, Frank; Chemistry, Zoology;
CO.T.C
ENKINS, Melvyn; Economics, Psych.
EPP, Weldon; Math., Chemistry;
V.CF.,  President  Badminton  Club,
Radsoc
ERICKSON, Bruce; Honours Physics;
R.C.A.F.
ESKO, Edwin; Economics, Political
Science; Phi Delta Theta
ESTRIN, Bogdana; French, Russian;
I.H.A., Alliance Francais
ESTRIN, Larry; Sociology, Psych.;
International House Association
EUTIN, Kermit; English, Psych.;
Union College Theological Society
EWANCHUK, Henry; Geography,
Geology; Dawson Club, Newman Club
FABRO, Reno; History, Geography;
Newman Club
FANCY, Sidney; English, Geography;
R.O.T.P.
FARQUHAR, Robin; Honours English;
Beta Theta Pi, Sub-Lt. R.C.N.R.
FERBER, Philip; Sociology, Psych.;
Sigma Chi
FERGUSON, J'Anne; English, Span.;
Mussoc, El Circulo, Delta Gamma
FIELD, Trevor; Honours Chemistry;
C.I.C
FORSHAW, Norm; Economcis, History; Intramural Council Rep.
FOSTER, Dorothy; English, Psych.;
University Choir, Pres. Alpha Phi
FOUBISTER, Ronald; Chemistry,
Physics; Badminton Club, Vice
President V.CF.
FOURNEAUX, Barry; Geology, Biology; Ramblers, Dawson Club, Rod
and Gun Club, Birds Baseball
FRASER, D., Math., Physics; U.N.T.D.
FRASER, David; Honours Economics;
Grasshockey, R.C.A.F., Alpha Delta
Phi
FRASER, Gertrude; Chemistry,
Biology, V.O.C
FRAZER, Irene; English, French;
Senior Editor of Ubyssey
FRITZEL, Alfred; Math, Physcis
GARVIN, Robert; Greek, History;
V.C.F., Presbyterian Pre-
Theology Society
GATTO, Robert; Chemistry, Math.
GEDDES, Barbara; Political Science,
History; Treasurer Liberal Club
GEE, Sonny; English, Sociology;
Mussoc, Pres. Choral Society
Page 48 GEE LING, John E.; French, German
GEISSINGER, Gail; English, Int.
Studies; Kappa Alpha Theta
GENTRY, Joseph; English, History;
Lambda Chi Alpha
GERLIB, Robert K.; Geology; Dawson
Club, Delta Kappa Epsilon
GERRY, Michael C; Chemistry; Field
Hockey Club
GILLESPIE, Patricia; Economics, English;
Alpha Phi
GILLILAND, John M.; Honours
Math., Physics; Physics Society,
Phi Kappa Pi
GORDON, George; Biochemistry;
Pre Med Society, Squash Club
GRAYSTON, Donald; Honours
English; S.CM., Classics Club
GREEN, Beverley R.; Chemistry;
I.H.A., Sec. Treas. CI.C.
Student Chapter
GREENWOOD, Joan; English,
Sociology; Alpha Delta Pi
GREINER, Peter C; Honours Math.
GRIFFIN, Peter A.; Mathematics,
Physics; Newman, Physics Clubs
GRIFFITHS, G.W.
GRIMMETT, Terry M.; History, Pol.
Science; Pep Band, Treas.
Varsity, Demolay
GRIMSTON, D. Gail; English, Psych.;
V.CF., Delta Gamma
GRUNINGER, Werner; Honours
Sociology
GUENTHER, Allen R., English, Psych.:
V.CF.
GULABSINGH, Ezekiel; Mathematics,
Zoology; Treas. C.S.A., Cricket
Club, I.H.A.
GUSTIN, Barrie C; Bacteriology
Biochemistry
GUTHRIE, Nicholas B.; Zoology, Botany; Jazzsoc
GUTRATH, Gordon; Geology, Zoology; Dawson Club
HAEGERT, Joseph J.; Psychology;
Pre Med Society
HAGGERTY, Michael J.; Honours
Math., Physics; Bridge and Chess
Club
HAIG BROWN, Mary; English, Zoology; Letters Club, Kappa Kappa
Gamma
HALLEY, Elizabeth; English, Hist.;
Conservative Club, Alpha Phi
HALTALIN, Carol A.; Psychology,
English; A.S.U.S. Exec, Lead.
Conference; Alpha Gamma Delta
HAMBROOK, Robert A., History,
Political Science
Imk.iA
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Page 49 HAMILTON, Anna Lynn; English,
History
HAMILTON, Bruce Theorin; Economics,
History
HAQQ, Maurice; Chemistry, Math.
HARDER, George Thomas; History,
German; U.N. Club, Liberals
HARVEY, Ken Allan; English,
History; Jazzsoc
HARROP, Sheila Joan; Psych., History,
Int. Studies; Kappa Kappa Gamma
HAWRYLUK, Annette; Bacteriology,
Zoology; Alpha Delta Pi
HAY, Barbara; German, Span., Eng.;
Totem, Brock Man., Grasshockey,
Pres. Delta Sigma Pi, A.D. Pi
HAY,  Marion Noel;   English,  History;
Totem
HEATH, Chris M.; Geology, Dawson
Club, Mussoc, Dance Club
HENDERSON, David; Honours Chemistry; Delta Kappa Epsilon
HENDERSON, J. Robert; Honours
Physics, Math.; Physics Society
HENDERSON, Ralph; Economics,
Psych.;   Ubyssey,  Mussoc,  Phi
Kappa Sigma
HILL, Robert T.; Biochemistry,
Zoology; Delta Upsilon
HO, Gain; Math., Chemistry; I.H.A.,
Jazzsoc
HODGSON, Rod; Physics, Math.; Pres.
Physics Society, I.H.A.
HODSON, Doramy; Psychology,
Zoology; Big Block Club,
Kappa Kappa Gamma
HODSON, Thomas; Economics,
Psych.; Alpha Tau Omega
HOGG, Audrey; Psychology, English;
Conservative Club
HOOPER, John; English, History;
Pres. Union College Residents,
Players Club
HORNE, Donald; Economics, Political
Science; Zeta Psi
HOY, Beverley; Latin, Chemistry;
Manager Badminton Team
HUCKVALE, Sydney; Sociology,
Psych.; High School Con., Delta
Gamma, Figure Skating Club
HUGGETT, Elizabeth; English,
Zoology; Pre Med Society
HUGHES, Robert; Geography, History;
Conservative Club
HUI, Evelyn; Honours Zoology;
Badminton Club
HUMPHRIES, Leslie; Psychology,
Mathematics
HUSBAND, Alexandra; International
Studies, Englsih; Conservative
Club, Tennis
Page 50 HUTSON, Pamela J.; English
IRELAND, Heather M.; English,
Bacteriology; Alpha Gamma Delta,
Society of Bacteriologists
JACOBSON, Tom S.; Honours Biology
JAMES, Alan C; Chem., Physics;
CI.C., Physics Soc, Sailing
Club, Treas. Unitarian Club
JAMESON, Margaret; Honours Latin;
Sec.-Treas. Classics Club,
Newman Club
JAY, Marilyn S.; Honours Physics;
V.O.C, Physics Society
JENKINS, Robert; Honours Math.,
Physics; Physics Soc, CA.P.
JOHNSON, Joan M.; Psychology,
Zoology
JOHNSTON, William J.; Economics,
Geography
JONES, Derwyn E.; Chemistry,
Mathematics; V.B.C.S.CC.
JONES, J. Don; Math, Physics;
Physics Club, C.O.T.C. Pipe Band
JONES, Marion R.; History,
Psychology; Delta Gamma
JUNG, Walter; Biochem., Math.;
R.CA.F., University Squadron
KALINOWSKI, Josephine R.; Math.,
French; Bowling, Pres. Acadea
Camp Women
KALLIO, Eleanor I.; Honours
Biology; Bowling
KEARNS, Roger K.; Zoology,
Biology; U.B.C. Radio, Phi
Kappa Sigma
KELLY, Anne M.; Psychology,
Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma
KELLY, Joan K.; Sociology,
Englsih; Kappa Kappa Gamma
KENNEDY, M. Carol; History,
Latin; Classics Club, Mussoc,
Players Club
KERR, Caroline E.; English, Theatre;
Creative Writing, Tennis Team
KIRKBY, Ron V.; Philosophy;
Players Club, Sailing Club
Vice-Pres. German Club
KIRKHAM, Rod V.; Geology;
Dawson Club
KITCHING, Laurence P.; Honours
French, German
KONKIN, Peter; Slavonic
Studies
KOVAMEES, Juta; French,
German; I.H.A., Alliance
Francais
KROEKER, Leonard P.; Math.,
Physics; Physics Society,
Hamsoc
LANGTRY, Hector M.; Math.,
Physics; Newman Club,
R.O.T.P., R.CA.F.
LANKO, Joyce L.; Zoology;
Pre-med Society, Vice-Pres.
Biology Club
Page 51 LEACH, W. Garnet; History, English;
Lutheran Students Association
LEE, Donald T., Math., Physics;
Physics Society
LEE, Dorothy Anne; Sociology,
English; Letters Club, Raven
LEE, Jack Yet Foo; Bacteriology;
Chinese Varsity Club
LEONG, James; Mathematics,
Chemistry
LEONG, Sam G.; Mathematics,
Physics; Physics Club
LEPKIN, Fred L.; English, History;
Hillel, Zeta Beta Tau
LESLIE, Marilyn J.; Botany,
English; Alpha Phi
LEWIS, E. Cairine; Honours
Biochemistry; Delta Gamma
LITVA, John; Honours Physics;
Newman Club, R.CA.F.
LIVINGSTONE, David J.; Honours
Chemistry; CI.C.
LIVINGSTONE, Donald A.; English,
Psychology
LLOYD, Judith F.; Geography,
English, Psychology; Majorettes,
Baptist Club
LOCK, Anthony; English, Classics
LONG, N. David; Physics, Math.
LUM, Will; Mathematics, English
LUNING, Robert H.; Mathematics,
Geology; Dawson Club
LYALL, Kenneth; Mathematics,
Physics
LYNCH, Andrew J.; Chemistry,
Mathematics
LYNCH, Hollis; Honours History;
C.S.A., Track and Field Club
LYNE, Virginia L., Psychology,
French; Psychology Club
LYON, Norman B.; Psychology,
Economics; Psychology Club, Sports
Car Club
McCOLL, Bruce H.; Slavonic Studies,
History; Pres. A.S.U.S., Phi
Kappa Pi
MacDONALD, John; Honours Genetics;
Biology Club, Pipe Band
McFETRIDGE, Mary T.; Psychology,
English; Gamma Phi Beta
McGIBBON, James E.; English, French;
Newman Club, Sports Car Club,
Alpha Delta Phi
McGILLIVRAY, Mavis V.; English,
Bacteriology; I.H.A.
McGLADDERY, Harald S.; Chemistry,
Philosophy
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McGRATH, David; Honours Economics,
Pol. Science; Mardi Gras
Coordinator, Alpha Delta Phi
MacINNIS, Charles I.; History,
Pol. Science; Vice Pres. C.C.F.,
Chairman Pari. Council
MacINNIS, James E., Honours Geology;
Dawson Club
McINNIS, Raymond G.; History,
English
McINTOSH, Donald M.; Zoology,
Chemistry; L.S.A., Curling,
Badminton
McINTYRE, Donald; History,
English; U.N. Club, Cons. Club
McINTYRE, Gail; English, History,
Fine Arts; Conservative Club, Brock
Art Committee, Kappa Kappa Gamma
McINTYRE, I. Murray; Chemistry,
Zoology; U.N.T.D., Ramblers
McKAY, Gilbert J.; Geography,
History
MacKENZIE, Peter D.; Chemistry,
Math.; Phi Kappa Sigma
McKILLOP, Merren R.; History,
Sociology; W.U.S., Gamma
Phi Beta
McKINLAY, David C; Psychology,
Sociology
McKITRICK, William R.; Geography,
History
McLAREN, Lena E.; Psychology,
English; University Choir
McLEAN, Cameron; Math, Physics
McMILLAN, Jeannette M.; Zoology,
Biochemistry; Pre Med Society,
C.S.A.
McQUEEN, Margot G; English,
History
MacQUEEN, Ronald D.; Physics,
Mathematics
McRAE, M. Gary; Biochemistry,
Biology
MacVEY, Marilyn J.; Zoology,
Biochemistry; Newman Club,
Pre Med Society
MADHOSINGH, Chandra; Chemistry,
Zoology; I.H.A., C.S.A.,
Table Tennis
MAK, Thomas C; Chemistry, Physics
MALCOLM, Peter; Economics,
Political Science
MANVILLE, Mary Jane; English,
Mathematics
MAR, Angeline; Chemistry,
Math.; Chinese Varsity Club
MARCH, Kenneth A.; Geography,
Psychology; Men's Grass Hockey
MARSH, John; Math., Zoology
MARTIN, Frederick J.; Economics,
English
Page 53 MARTIN, Marjorie D.; Sociology,
History
MATSEN, Brande; Honours Geology;
Dawson Club
MATSUNE, Kenneth; Sociology,
Psychology
MATTHEWS, Jeane F.; English French
MAYHEW, Barry W.; Geography,
Sociology
MAWDSLEY, Robert L.; Zoology,
Bacteriology; Alpha Delta Phi
MEALING, F. Mark; Honours English;
Camera Club
MERILEES, M. Gail; English,
History; A.S.U.S. Council, Kappa
Kappa Gamma
MERVYN, Glen A.; Physics, Math.;
Rowing, Crew, Big Block Club
MILLS, Carole-Elaine; English,
History
MILLWARD, Stewart; Biochemistry,
Chemistry
MOHAMMED, Vernon; Bacteriology,
Zoology; C.S.A., Bacteriology
Soc, I.H.A.
MOORE, Charles; History, Classical
Studies
MOORE, Erin; Honours Mathematics,
Physics, Physics Society
Fencing Club
MORRISON, Glenn Marshall;
English, Political Science
MORT, Walter; Criminology
MOSER, Werner; Zoology, Mathematics
MULHOLLAND, Lorna; English,
Psychology; Mussoc
MUNRO, John; Honours Economics,
History; W.U.S., U.N. Club,
I.H.A.
NAIRNE, Kathleen L.; Sociology,
Anthropology
NASSICHUK, Walter; Honours
Geology
NEGRAVE, William; History,
Slavonic Studies
NELSON, Joseph; Honours Zoology;
Biology Club
NEW, Christopher; Economics,
Psychology
NEW, June; Psychology; U.R.T.P.,
Psychology Club
NICHOLS, Kimball; Pol. Science,
Economics; Pres. Psi Upsilon
NIMMO, Catherine; English, Spanish;
Totem, I.H.A.
NORCROSS, Jon Norman; History,
Psychology; V.C.F., S.C.M.
Page 54 ORNSTEIN, Jack; Honours Philosophy;
Hillel, Zeta Beta Tau
OSTENSOE, Erik; Honours Geology;
Dawson Club
PARKER, Sharon; Psychology,
Sociology; Alpha Delta Pi
PARR, Vincent; Economics, English;
U.N. Club, Ad and Sales, Phi
Kappa Sigma
PASIN, Rudy Joseph; Zoology;
Newman Club, Biology Club
PATERSON, Robert; Geology;
Dawson Club
PATTERSON, Bruce; Psychology,
Biology, Beta Theta Pi
PATTERSON, Douglas, English,
Classical Studies
PAUL, Norma; Sociology, Psychology,
I.H.A., Pre Social Work Club
PEDEN, Alex; Zoology, Botany;
Biology Club, Ramblers
PELLEGRIN, Catherine; English
Psychology; Sec. Newman Club
PENNER, Renata; English,
History
PEREVERSOFF, Charles; Chemistry,
Zoology; Pre-Med Society
PERKINS, Donald; Math, Physics
PIERRE, Kenneth; Chemistry,
Biochemistry; I.H.A., C.S.A.
PITT, Maureen; English, French;
University Choir
PLANT, Charles; Math., Physics; Phi
Kappa Pi, Sports Car Club
Badminton
PLATO, Grace; History, English;
Jazzsoc, CCF., Sec. Gamma Delta
PLOMP, Teunis; History, Classical
Studies; V.C.F., Presbyterian
Pre Theology Society
PLOWS, Sharon, English, History,
Liberal Club
POLLE, Sigesmund; English, German;
V.CF.
POLSON, James; English, Psychology
POSTHUMA, Allan; Psychology,
Economics
POY, Sylvia; English, Mathematics;
Newman Club, Orchestra
PRATT, Frederick; Philosophy,
Psychology
PROCTOR, Sarah; English, History;
Conservative Club, Kappa
Kappa Gamma
PRUESSE, Manfres; Physics, Math.
RACKHAM, Robert; Biology, Zoology.
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RAFF,  Heather   A.;  English,  French;
Letters  Club
RALEIGH,   James   A.;   Hon.   Chemistry;
C.I.C.
RAMLOGAN,   Slew   S.;   Biochem., Zoo.;
Pres.  Gandhi   Inter.   Organization
RATZLAFF,   Vernon  H.;   Phil.,   Hist.;
Pre-Social   Work,   V.CF.
REDFORD, Hamish  S.;  Sociology,  Zoo.;
Conservative   Club,   V.O.C.
REIMER,   Edgar   G;   Hist.,   Geog.
REITH,   Gunther;   Psychology;   Psych.
Club,   I.H.A.
REUSS, David  E.;   History,  Geog.;
V.CF.
REYNOLDS,   Carol   A.;   French,   Russ.;
Alpha Omicron Pi
RICKER, John F.; Geology,
Zoology;  V.O.C.
RIDDELL,  Ronald C; Hon.  Math.,
English; Mussoc
RIEMER,   Anne   I.;   Sociology,
Psychology;   Sec   L.S.A.
RILEY, Ross  E.;   Chem., Zoo.
ROBBINS,   Peter   R.;   History,   Eng.;
Rowing  Crew,  Letters  Club
ROBERTS,   Darrell   W.;   Economics,
English;   Debating   Union
ROBERTSON,   Thomas   R.;   Economics,
Math.;   Alpha Delta  Phi
RODGERS,   Douglas   H.;   Economics,
Geog.;   Alpha  Delta  Phi
ROGERS, K.  Lynne;  Eng., Psych.;
Delta  Sigma Pi, Sec.  A.M.S.
Council, Gimma Phi Beta
ROLLINS,   Burt;   Math,   Physics;
R.CA.F.
ROOME,  F.  J.   Barry;   Chemistry,
Zoology; CO.T.C
ROY, Patricia E.; Hon. Hist.;
U.N.   Club,   Newman   Club
SALAMA,   Charles;   Hon.  Chem.;   C.I.C,
I.H.A.,   Hillel,   Aquasoc
SATHER,  Norman   K.;   Biochem., Zoo.;
L.S.A.
SAWYER,   John   E.;   Math.,   Physics;
University   Orchestra
SCARFE,   Colin  D.;   Physics,   Math.;
Physics Soc, Badminton Club
SCOTT,  Shirley   Ann;   Russ.,  History;
Jazzsoc
SEABORN,  Richard   G;   Slav.  Studies,
Hist.;   History  Club,   A.Y.P.A.,
Chess-Bridge   Club
SEEBAREN,   Roopchand   B.;   Psych.,
Zoo.;   Caribbean   Students   Ass'n,
Varsity Cricket Team
Page 56 SHAW, Janice; Honours Physics,
Math; Physics Soc, Fencing Club
SHELLARD, W. C. Bill; History,
Psychology; Filmsoc, Sigma Chi
SHEPHERD, Barry J.; Honours Physics;
Sports Car Club, Jazzsoc, Badminton
SIMPSON, Margaret, W.; Honours
Slavonic Studies
SIMPSON, Sharron; Psychology;
Sociology, Alpha Gamma Delta
SINCLAIR, Kenneth A.; History,
International Studies; C.I.I.A.
U.N. Club, Pres. Historical Soc.
SINTON, John E.; Social Work
SLESSOR, Keith N.; Chemistry,
Physics; Pres. Camera Club
SMITH, Alan P. D.; History,
International Studies; Radsoc,
Special Events, Conservative Club
SMITH, David R.; Honours Physics
SMITH, Ronald D.; Geography,
English; Delta Upsilon
SMITH, Sarah M.; Chemistry,
Biochemistry) Sec. Camera Club,
International House
SOE, Christian; Political Science,
International Studies; History Soc
SOLTIS, Edward R.; English, History
SOUTHER, Alan; Psychology,
Political Science; U.N. Club
SPARKS, John W.; English, Theatre;
Players Club, Mussoc
SPROULE, David A.; Psychology,
English; Special Events, C.O.T.C,
Beta Theta Pi
STANFORD, N. Gilbert; Chemistry,
Math; CS.A., I.H.A.
STEEDE, Michael; Anthropology,
Zoology; Delta Kappa Epsilon
STENNER, Elisa M.; English, Fine Arts;
Conservative Club
STEVENSON, Barbara L.; English,
Psychology; Gamma Phi Beta
STEWART, Norah E.; Geography,
Zoology.
STIGNANT, John S.; Mathematics,
Chemistry; Beta Theta Pi
ST. JOHN, Peter; Honours Pol.
Science; I.H.A., U.N. Club,
Mussoc, Pol. Science Club
STRADIOTTI, Marie E.; English
Biochemistry; Newman Club
STRONG, Kenneth H.; Zoology,
Biology; R.CA.F., Biology Club
STRUTHER, Robert B.; Economics,
Psychology; Jazzsoc, S.A.M.
TABATA, Tak; Honours Chemistry;
C.I.C., N.V.C, E.A.C.
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TANAKA, Jane; History, Psychology;
Nisei Varsity Club
TANG, Joseph; Math., Physics;
Newman Club
TANKARD, Patricia; English, Psych.
TAYLOR, David; Chemistry, Math.;
Treas. A.S.U.S., Acadia Camp
Council, Psi Epsilon
TEATHER, Edward; English, History;
CO.T.C, Delta Upsilon
THACKER, Ronald; Math., Physics;
R.C.A.F.
TILLEY, John; English, History;
I.H.A., CO.T.C, Players Club
TOWNESEND, John; Sociology, Geog.;
Psych. Club, Pres. Acadia Camp,
Camera dub
TURLAND, Gail; Psychology, Int.
Studies; Alpha Gamma Delta
UNDERHILL, Enid E.; Bacteriology,
Zoology; Skating Club, Alpha
Omicron Pi
URQUHART, George; History, English;
C.O.T.C
VALE, Rosemary; English, Psych.;
Alpha Phi
VAN VIANEN, Douglas; Physics,
Mathematics; R.U.S.
VAUGHAN, Ronald; Honours Geology;
Dawson Club
VOTH, Henry; Sociology, Geography;
V.CF., Geography Club
WAI, Wing; Honours Chemistry,
Badminton Club
WALKER, Graham; History, English;
U.N.T.D., Pres. Classics Club,
Rowing Club
WALLACE, Barbara; English, History;
Letters Club, Totem.
WALSH, Derry; Zoology, Botany
WALTER, Inga; Honours Economics;
W.U.S., I.H.A., German Club,
Sailing Club
WARREN, Victor; Georgraphy, Psych.;
R.CA.F., Big Block Club, Captain
Varsity Grass Hockey Team
WASYLUK, William; Math., Physics;
Hamsoc
WEEKS-SEALY, Edric; History, French;
CS.A., I.H.A., U.N. Club
WEST, Donald; Physics, Geology
WHITE, Cheryl; Pysch., Int. Studies;
Vice-Pres. A.W.S., Sec Mardi
Gras, Alpha Gamma Delta
WIEDERICK, Harvey; Physics
WILDER, David; Honours Political
Science; Hillel, Sports Car Club,
R.C.A.F., Zeta Beta Tau
WILKIE, Donald; Zoology, Psych.;
Ramblers, Biology Club WILLIAMS,  Eric  J.;   Chemistry,
Mathematics
WILSON, Jeryll J.;  Honours Psych.;
Cheerleader,   Badminton,   Alpha
Gamma Delta
WINSPEAR, J. Bryan;  Asian Studies,
Philosophy;  Conservative Club,
Jazzsoc, Choir, Psi Upsilon
WINTER, Keith J.; Psychology,
Honours  Sociology
WITHERLY, Nancy L.; Mathematics,
English
WONG, Wayne G.;  Chemistry,
Mathematics;   Chinese   Varsity
WOOD, Charles E.;  Physics. Math.;
Physics Society
WOODWARD, Frances M.; English,
History;  S.C.M., U.N. Club,
Archeology  Club
WOOLLETT, Dierdre E.; Psychology,
Theatre;  Mussoc
WOOLVERTON,  Roy  W.;  Geology,
Zoology;  Sigma Phi Delta
WOZNIAK, Edward R.;  Geology,
Geography; Newman, Dawson Club.
WRIGHT, Blake N.; Bacteriology,
Zoology; Pre-Med Soc, President,
Society of Bacteriologists.
WURTELE, Anne W.;  Mathematics,
English
YAMAMOTO, Steve S.; Chemistry. Math.
YEANDLE, William B.;  Philosophy,
Classical Studies; V.CF., S.CM.,
Social   Credit,  Classics  Club
YERBURGH,   Richard   E.;   History,
Sociology
YIP    Roderick  W.;   Chemistry,
Biochemistry
YOUNG,  James   H.;   Chemistry,
Zoology;   Pre-Med   Soc,  Men's Grass
Hockey
YOUNG,   James   M.;   Sociology,   Psych.;
Psych.   Club,   Totem,   Pre-Social
Work Club
YOUNG,   Lynne   G.;   Chemistry,   Math.
YOUNG,   Verna   M.;   French,   English;
S.C.M.
YU,   Kee-Chung;   Honours  Chemistry
YUEN,. Kenneth F.;  Honours Physics
ZALKOWITZ,   Nathan   L.;   Economics,
International  Studies;  Zeta Beta  Tau
ZIEGLER, WUliam  G.;   Chemistry,
Mathematics;   C.I.C
ZLOTNIK,   Martin  M.;   Mathematics,
Physics;   Pres.,  Ramblers Club
ZUKOWSKI,   Helen   C;   Russian,
English;   Ubyssey
Page 59 faculty of commerce
The Commerce Undergraduate Society
activities were ably conducted by President Dick Richards in the 1959-60
campus year. The events included the
Business Bounce, the Commerce Banquet and the Spring Formal as well as
the more serious jobs of sponsoring the
Red Feather Blitz and producing the
"Ledger."
Dean E. D.  MacPhee of Commerce
Noni Baker, C. U.  S.  Queen
A feature at the dance
Page 60 CU.S. meeting — executive
ACHESON, Anthony G.; Finance,
Alpha Delta Phi
ALEXANDER, Desmond C;Finance,
Conservative Club, Beta Theta Pi
ARMSTRONG, Michael; Accounting;
Beta Theta Pi
ARNOLD, Robert S.; Marketing;
Delta Upsilon
BABCOCK, Arthur; Production;
Phi Kappa Pi
BAGSHAW, Robert; Science;
V.CF., Swimming Team
BAZETT, Michael D.; Production;
S.A.M.
BELL, John W.; Production;
Society for Advanced Management
BENTLEY, George J.; Marketing;
Jazzsoc, Gamma Beta Sigma
BRADSHAW, Peter L.; Marketing;
Debating, Alpha Delta Phi
BROWN, Jay D.; Marketing;
Alpha Tau Omega
BUNK A, Lawrence; Marketing;
Alpha Tau Omega
CHANG, Morley; Accounting;
Chinese Varsity Club
CHARK, Burt D.; Marketing;
Zeta Beta Tau
CHIN, Raymond K.; Finance;
CV.C, Delta Kappa Epsilon
CONNELL, David; Production;
S.A.M., Alpha Tau Omega
CROSS, Thomas A.; Production;
S.A.M., Sigma Chi
commerce
Page 61 £ftO£2
CUPIT, Robert F.; Finance;
Delta Upsilon
DAVIDSON, Jeanne; Finance;
Pres. Commerce Women's Society,
Alpha Gamma Delta
DAVIES, Albert; Production;
S.A.M., Lambda Chi Alpha
DIXON, Alan; Finance
DOOLING, Leo J.; Accounting;
Delta Upsilon
DORNBIERER, Eris; Finance
DRINKWATER, Barry K.; Trans.;
CO.T.C
DUKE, David R.; Production;
Society for Advanced Management
DUMARESQ, David J.; Finance;
Newman, Phi Delta Theta
DYER, Thomas M.; Accounting
FULLYLOVE, Norman E.; Marketing;
Ice Hockey, Liberal Club
GARRIOCK, Douglas R.; Accountings
Phi Kappa Sigma
GENSER, Joe J.; Marketing;
Jazzsoc, Zeta Beta Tau
GILLIS, Malcolm; Production;
S.A.M.
GIRLING, William; Production;
Society  for Advanced  Management
GREENING, John C; Marketing;
U.B.C. Radio, Phi Kappa Pi
GUTMAN, Gary P.; Accounting;
Zeta Beta Tau
HASLAM, Ray B.; Accounting;
Phi Kappa Sigma
HAZELL, Paul L.; Production;
Pres. Lambda Chi Alpha,
Society for Advanced Management
HEALEY, Clifton; Marketing;
Debating, Public Speaking
HENDERSON, Robert; Economics;
Pres. Delta Upsilon
HENWOOD, John E.; Production;
Big Block, Sigma Tau Chi
HORTON, David; Transportation;
Phi Gamma Delta
HORWOOD, Clifford; Accounting
INKMAN, Paul; Marketing;
Phi Gamma Delta
JOHNSON, Ken; Production;
S.A.M., Delta Kappa Epsilon
JONES, Charles; Marketing;
R.CA.F.
JONES, John D.; Marketing;
Sailing Club, Topeki
Page 62 JONES, Roland; Production;
Society for Advanced Management
KING, Harvey; Finance;
Alpha Tau Omega
KONKIN, Nick; Production;
S.A.M.
LEE, Henry; Accounting;
Chinese Varsity Club, I.H.A.
LEGGATT, Norman; Marketing;
Mussoc, Dance Club
LEOWSKI, Art; Production
LEWIS, Albert M.; Production;
Zeta Beta Tau
LINDNER, William M.; Production;
Ramblers Athletic Club
LOGAN, Vernon B.; Marketing;
Camera Club, Sailing Club
LOGIE, David C; Marketing;
Marketing Club, Delta Upsilon
LYNDON, William F.; Production;
Society for Advanced Management
McLIMON,   David; Production;
Society for Advanced Management
MacDIARMID, J.  D.;  Marketing;
Jazzsoc, Phi Gamma Delta
McGAVIN, Gerald A.; Accounting;
Rugby Captain, Phi Gamma Delta
McLENNAN, Franklin T.; Accounting;
Beta Theta Pi
McLENNAN, John D.; Marketnig;
A.M.A., V.C.F., Phi Delta Theta
MARTIN, Norris; Transportation;
Basketball, Alpha Delta Phi
MILLER, Donald W.; Production;
Society for Advanced Management
MINETTE, Ronald J.; Marketing;
Curling Club
MULLAN, Archie N.; Accounting
MUNRO, James D.; Accounting;
Psi Upsilon
PASEMKO, John L.; Transportation
PENEFF, Pen S.; Production;
Society for Advanced Management,
Phi Delta Theta
PHIPPS, John D.; Finance;
Mardi Gras, Alpha Delta Phi
PIERCY, Clive; Finance;
Zeta Psi
PILLING, Anthony
PORTE, Hershey; Production;
Zeta Beta Tau
READ, Hugh D.; Finance;
Alpha Delta Phi
<&£££
Page 63 REEMEYER, Bart; Production; S.A.M.,
Booster Club, Frosh Orientation,
Homecoming, Phi Kappa Sigma
RICHARDS, Richard; Accounting;
President CU.S., V.CF.
RINALD, Melvyn; Production;
S.A.M., Sigma Chi
SAL VAIL, Robert M.; Accounting
SCARDINA, Richard; Finance;
Homecoming, College Shop,
Psi  Upsilon
SCHULTZ, Allan O.; Forestry;
S.A.M., Phi Gamma Delta
SCOTT, John S.; Accounting;
Alpha Delta Phi
SHAW, Robert W.; Production;
Psi Upsilon, S.A.M.
SHELLY, Bruce; Production;
Society for Advanced Management
SHORTT, Barry A.; Marketing;
U.B.C. Radio, Marketing Club
SILBER, Arnold; Accounting;
Hillel, Zeta Beta Tau
SMITH, Philip E.; Finance;
CU.S., Beta Theta Pi
STANLEY, Kenneth R.; Marketing;
R.CA.F.
SUDERMAN, Peter A.; Production;
S.A.M.
SWANSON, John H.; Forestry;
Treasurer U.C.C., L.S.A.
THOMAS, Frank R.; Economics;
Camera Club
TINGLEY, Stephen P.; Finance;
Liberal Club, Mardi Gras,
Phi Gamma Delta
TOMBERG, Lilie; Accounting;
Dance Club
TOMPKINS, F. Michael; Finance;
Golf Team, Phi Delta Theta
TULK, Robert E.; Economics;
Grass Hockey, Phi Gamma Delta
TURNER, Hector; Marketing;
Delta Kappa Epsilon
VENNES, Bud; Accounting;
Phi Kappa Sigma
VINCE, Myrna; Accounting;
Alpha Delta Pi
WALKER, William A.; Production;
Society for Advanced Management
WELTERS,  Mitchell   F.;   Phi
Delta Theta
WILLIAMSON, John R.; Accounting;
Jazzsoc
WOODMAN, William O; Marketing
ZOGAS, James H; Marketing;
Marketing Club
Page 64 BECKMANN, R. Paul; Phi Delta Theta
BREWER, Robert W.; I.F.C,
Phi Gamma Delta
BROWN, Peter W.; Newman Club,
Pol. Science Club, Beta Theta Pi
CRANE, David S.; Ice Hockey,
Phi Kappa Sigma
CRANE, Frank D.; Sigma Chi
ENGLISH, John; Phi Gamma Delta
FILMER, Alan E.
HANDFORD, G. Murray; Totem,
Kappa Sigma
HEBB, Peter H.; Zeta Psi, Debating
JOHNSTON, Charles; CU.S.
Debating
JORDAN, Fred; Fort Council
MCDONALD, Rory K.; V.O.C.
MacFARLANE, David; Phi Gamma Delta
McGAVIN, Brian N.; Phi Gamma Delta
MOTT, Geoffrey H.; Sports Car
Club, Kappa Sigma
PATTEN, Donald N.; Alpha Tau Omega
PRITCHARD, Colin; Criminology Club
RATLEDGE, Eric B.; Aero Club,
Alpha Tau Omega
STEWART, W. Douglas; Beta Theta Pi
STUART, Robert; Phi Gamma Delta
SWAN, John; Grass Hockey
WOOTTON, Robert; U.N. Club, V.O.C.
YUSEP, Elmer; U.N. Club, Beta
Theta Pi
commerce-law
These students will receive their degree
in Commerce after completing their
second year of law.
Page 65 college of education
One of the fastest growing faculties
on campus, Education, has enjoyed a very
successful social year thanks to its executive under President Ron Graves. Among
the functions were the Education-Engineering Mixer, a skating party and the
Formal. Seminar group meetings for
each section kept all students in touch
with new professional ideas and provided an opportunity for discussion.
Dean Neville Scarfe of Education
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Sheila Lees, Education Queen
Future art teachers enjoy a  taste of their own medicine. education secondary
class of   60
BURNET, K. Peter; Geography,
History; Phi Gamma Delta
CARSTENS, Betty Anne; English,
History
DOUGLAS, Robert W.; English,
History; Pipe Major Band U.B.C.
ELLIOTT, William R.; Physical
Education, History; Radsoc,
Varsity Demolay, Vice-Pres. Ed. U.S.
FORSTER, Roberta A.; English, Latin
GARNER, Ronald; Physical Education,
Math.; Badminton, Rugby, Aquasoc
GRAVES, Ronald D.; Mathematics,
Biological Sciences; Pres. Ed. U.S.
HARRITT, Ross Ellen; English, Music
HIND, Mabel A.; English, Music
JONES, Glyn M.; Mathematics,
Physics; B.CT.F. liaison in Ed. U.S.
JONSSON, Roy H.; History,
Geography; Geography Club
LAWRENCE, William F; History,
Geography; Treas. Future Teachers
Conference, Chairman of Grad. Class
LEE, Ronald O.; Mathematics, History;
Vice-Pres. Newman Club
LEYLAND, Aunna M.; History,
Geography
LOURIE, Brigitte D.; History,
Government
McKERLICH, William; Physical Ed.,
History; Capt. U.B.C Rowing Crew,
Phi Delta Theta
McNALLY, Theresa; History, English;
Newman Club, Alpha Omicron Pi
MAIN, Douglas S.; Biology, Math.;
Swimming, Pho Kappa Sigma
MEAUSETTE, Bryce; Industrial Arts
MILLINGTON, Lois; History, French;
U.N. Club, Alliance Francais,
Kappa Alpha Theta
MOLOFY, Gloria; History, English
OGINO, Saburo E.; Math.; Physics;
Badminton, Nisei Varsity
PATRICK, Alexander; English, Latin
Page 68 RAMLOGAN, Moonie; English
REE, Gail A.; Commerce, Geography;
Council Social Convenor
SCOTT, Barbara; Eng., Hist.; I.H.A.,
Pres. Panhellenic, Sec. W.U.S.,
Alpha Gamma Delta, Delta Sigma Pi
SHEARMAN, Gareth R; History, Geog.;
Pres. Aerial Phenomena Research
SHIMIZU, Susumu; Math., Biology
SKELTON, Don N.; History,
Geography
SOMMER, D. Bruce; English, Music;
Pres. Musical Society
SYMONS, Douglas R.; Math., History;
Mussoc, Totem
THORNTON-TRUMP, William H.;
English, French; Pres. East Asian Club
UNGEMACH, Victor; History, German
VAWTER, David W.; Math., Chemistry;
Totem
VICKERY, Byron L.; Physical
Education, Biology; English Rugby
WASS, Jennifer A.; Latin, Social
Studies; Fencing Club, Mussoc,
Aquasoc
YAMAMURA, Eddie A.; Math.; Past
Pres. Nisei Varsity Club, Chinese
Varsity Club
ZEBROFF, George; History, Physical
Education; Rugby, Basketball
Dave Vawter and Grade Twelve students at Magee. education
elementary
AMTHOR, Iva B.; History, Library
ANDREW, Dawn G.; English,
Intermediate; Pres. Alpha
Delta Pi
BIRZNECK, Nancy A.; Fine Arts;
V.CF.
BLAIR, Linda J.S.; Primary;
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Cons. Club
BROWN, Judy F.; Intermediate;
Alpha Gamma Delta
BUKER, Marilyn E. P.; Primary;
Alpha Gamma Delta
CICCONE, Margaret-Anne; Music;
University Choir, Mussoc
CHRISTIE, Joan A.; Delta Gamma
CLEMENTS, George E.;  Elementary
CROIL, Barbara J. A.; English;
Delta Gamma
CUMMINS, Carol Roberta; English;
Cons. Club, Kappa Kappa Gamma
DALE, Judith;  Cheer Leading,
Alpha Gamma Delta
DALY, Beverley K.; Mathematics,
Primary; Alpha Delta Pi
DOUGHERTY, Carole J.; Library;
Delta Gamma
DOWNEY, Mozetta M.; Kindergarten,
Pre-school
FARRELL, Wendy L.; Home Economics,
Primary; Alpha Phi
FINN, Marion E.; Intermediate;
Gamma Phi  Beta
GOARD, Elizabeth; Science; V.O.C.
HAEGERT, Dorothy E; Art
HAWRELAK, S.
HEDLEY, Mary A.; Primary
HUDSON, Joan M.; Primary
HUOVINEN, Dorea E.; Intermediate,
English, History
IRVINE, Beverley Sharon; Primary
KENT, Margaret H.; Kindergarten,
Primary
LAURIDSEN, Alice A.; Primary;
Phrateres
Page 70 LAVIGNE, Marguerite; English,
History; Newman, Totem
LEAMAN, Clyde R.; Intermediate
MacDONALD, Marion J.; Kindergarten,
Primary; Badminton, Acadia Bowling
OWEN-JONES, Robin; Combined Major;
Treas.-Business Manager of Mussoc
OYE, Elsie Y.; Primary; Nisei
Varsity Club
PAUL, Nancy L.; Primary; V.C.F.,
Kappa Alpha Theta, Totem Editor,
Delta Sigma Pi
PETERSON, Sigridur; Combined Major;
English
RAIKES, F. Joan; Combined Major;
Delta Gamma
REED, Judith F.; Intermediate
ROSE, Marie E.; Combined Major;
Newman Club
RUSSELL, Roberta M.; Physical Ed.
SENZ, Ruth Ann; Combined Major,
Physical Ed.; Choral Society,
Curling, Mgr. Girls' Curling Team
SHOSHIN, Helen; Combined Major,
Music; Mussoc
WATT, Donald P.
WELLBURN, Elizabeth M.; Fine Arts;
Alpha Phi
WILD, Barbara M.; Intermediate;
Newman Club
WHITE, Marguerite M.; Music;
Pres. Kappa Alpha Theta
WOODLAND, Lilian M.; Library
YORK, Patricia; Primary
Wl\0 SPEED
WEATHER
STATIC
A-eather Record <**zm No
Nov : Nov
17"y\i
37' engineering
The engineers
their reputation
notoriety as they
tion and later a
wise, under the
Bill Rodenchuk,
March of Dimes,
the Spring Blood
continued to live up to
for   clannishness   and
participated in orienta-
"Leg Auction." Other-
guidance of President
they   sponsored   the
the Engineers' Ball, and
Drive.
Acting Dean J. R. Muir of Engineering
Two   traditionally damp Engineers
Page 72 Studying in the Engineers' Library
Executive members, (L. to R.): B. Roden-
chuck, R. Smith, J. Davenport, T. Stokes,
T. Negoro, M. Fox.
Lesson one—Bridge (s)
Page 73 In the pursuit of higher learning . .
He bled
We can, we can, we can, we can
Page 74 ATKINSON, Gerald; Sailing Club
engineering physics
AULD, Donald R.
AXEN, David A.
BATTLE, Charles T.; Zeta Psi
BOOTH, Murray A.
CARR, Christopher P.
COCKHILL, Jack A.; B.CA.P.E.,
President Beta Theta Pi
DAVIDSON, Gordon Dennis
GILL, William D.; E.I.C.
GRAHOLM, Leonard
HORITA, Robert E.; V.CF.
JONES, David J. G.; Ski Team,
Engineering Physics Society
LUCAS, Francois
MACDONALD, Jack; Varsity Demolay,
Pres. Engineering Physics Society
MOHAMMED, Rahim
NISHI, Ronald Y.
OWEN, Gary; Jazzsoc, Dance Club,
Treasurer Eng. Physics Society,
Secretary Fort Camp
SANDERSON, John J.
SKILTON, Douglas W.
SOFKA, George J.
STAPLETON, Lawrence; Rowing Club,
Beta Theta Pi
TOWGOOD, Dennis; B.CA.P.E.,
Engineering Physics Society
WATCHORN, Ernest F.; Zeta Psi
WEBSTER, Howard; Sec. Engineering
Physics Society
WOROBEY, Walter; Camera Club,
Engineering Physics Society
Page 75 mechanical
engineering
ARMSTRONG, Noel G.; A.S.M.E.,
B.C.A.P.E.
BODNER, Michael; A.S.M.E.
BREWSTER, Charles G.; Sigma Phi
Delta
BROWN, D.M.E.
BRUNDRETT, Donald A.; A.S.M.E.,
E.I.C.
BURTON, John D.; Sailing Club,
Sports Car Club, R.O.T.P.
CHAPMAN, Anthony G.
COPPING, Harold G. A.; S.A.E.,
A.S.M.E., E.I.C
DAVENPORT, John R.; Sec. E.U.S.
DOEKSEN, Gerard; S.A.E., E.I.C,
A.S.M.E. Program Assistant
FRANDRICH, Helmut; A.S.M.E., S.A.E.,
S.E.C., Baptist Club, V.CF.
HICKMAN, Brian D.; B.CA.P.E.,
A.S.M.E.
IRVINE, John L.; E.I.C, Chairman
KILIK, Walter L.
LANGFORD, Michael R.; S.A.E.,
E.I.C.
LEONG, Walter S.; Beta Theta Pi
LIMBER, Kenneth O.
MacGILLIVRAY, Ken J.; S.A.E.,
A.S.M.E.
MACKIE, E. Ian; S.A.E., S.A.I.
MONKS, Stanley
OVERGAARD, Paul J.; Treasurer
A.S.M.E.
OYAMAA, Heiki; A.S.M.E., B.CA.P.E.
PETERSON, Edwin J.
PLATO, Edward H.; A.S.M.E., E.I.C.
Page 76 RAMJIT, Carl
REMPEL, John W.; S.A.E.; Program
Chairman A.S.M.E.
SAVARIE, Louis R.; A.S.M.E., Newman
Club; Curling Club; P.R.O. of
E.I.C.
SCHILLING, Walter W.; E.I.E.,
A.S.M.E.
SHIPP, Douglas A.; A.S.M.E.,
Sigma Phi Delta
SMITH, John; Sec. A.S.M.E., E.I.C.,
Chairman S.A.E.
STANYER, Douglas; S.A.E., A.S.M.E.,
E.I.C., B.C.A.E.
STERLING, My les F.; Treasurer
S.A.E., Field Trip Rep. A.S.M.E.
STRANG, Donald; S.A.E. Chairman,
A.S.M.E., E.I.C, C.A.I.
TRUESDALE, Lewis T.
TURNER, Charles H.
WOHLLEBEN, Bernard W.; A.S.M.E.
V.O.C, Beta Theta Pi
YOUNG, Robert L.
ZARBOCK, Alex.; E.I.C, B.CA.P.E.,
Social Coordinator A.S.M.E.
ABLETT, John F.;  Dawson Club
DAVEY, John F.; Dawson Club
DEBRUYN, Barry; Dawson Club
HORKKO, Paavo J.
JOHNSON, Terrance; Social Director
Dawson Club
KNUTSEN, William G.; Dawson Club
SIBBALD, Cory V.; Dawson Club
SMITH, Ken A. R.; Boat Racing Team,
Dawson Club, Social Coordinator,
E.U.S.
77 electrical
engineering
ASHCROFT, Norman R.; Chairman
Joint Student Branch A.I.E.E.-
I R E
BABCOCK, Thomas; I.R.E., A.P.R.S.
BROWN, David W.; Ball Model
Co-Chairman A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.
BURGESS, F. Kerry
CAREY, William H.; Co-Chairman
Ball Model, I.R.E., Badminton
Club
COOK, Ronald; Phi Kappa Pi
COUTTS, Jack G.; I.R.E.
CREAMER, Carl C; Hamsoc, I.R.E.,
RC APE
CREELMAN, Eugene L.; Rep. A.I.E.E.-
I.R.E.
CROSS, Dennis W. R.
DOLPHIN, Daniel R.
DOVEY, R. J.
ENG, Don K.; I.R.E., A.I.E.E.,
Chinese Varsity Club
FALCONER, Keith F.
FORD, Jerry S.; I.R.E., E.I.C,
Pep Band
FOT, C J.   Michael, Sec. A.I.E.E.,
I.R.E., Publicity Rep. E.U.S.,
Phi Gamma Delta
FIORETTI, Frank P.
GRANHOLM, Bruce W.; I.R.E.
GROOME, Ronald, W.; I.R.E.
GUSTIN, Stanley E.; I.R.E.
HARTLEY, David C; Pres. E.A.
JABLONSKY, William P.; I.R.E.,
Basketball Team
JACKSON, Edwin H.; Social Chairman
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Student Branch
JAMES, Christopher R.
JENSEN, John A.; P.R.O. CCF. Club,
R.C.A.F.
JOHANNES, Alfred F.
Page 78 JOHNSON, THOMAS R.; I.R.E.
JOHNSON, Walter G.; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.
KAWATA, Kiyoshi; A.I.E.E.
LAM, Kenneth C; I.R.E., A.I.E.E.,
Chinese Varsity Club
LEE, Kenneth; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.
LENTON, Richard A.
LIANG, Jeffrey D.; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.
McCRAE,   George  G.;   Topeka
McDIARMID, Donald R.; Jazzsoc;
Treasurer A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.
MacKINNON, Archie A.; Rowing
Crew, Phi Gamma Delta
MAUSSER, John Frank; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.
MONTGOMERY, Alexander J.
MORAS, Bruno A.
NOHR, Larry H; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.
PETERSON, Lloyd; I.R.E., E.I.C.
PINCOSY, John F.; Badminton Club,
I.R.E.
RICHARDS, Frank E.
SANDBERG, Walter I.; A.I.E.E.
SCHLAAK, Raymond; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.,
V.CF.
SMITH, David H.; A.I.E.E.
STEDMAN, Michael W.; A.I.E.E.,
C.A.I.
STRACHAN, Robert A.; I.R.E.,
Vice-Pres. Aquasoc
SUN, Chun-Lan
TAILLEFER, A. E. Edward; A.I.E.E.,
Secretary I.R.E.
TAKAHASHI, Noboru; A.I.E.E.
WEESE, Donovan E.; I.R.E., QA,I.,
E.I.C
WHITTEN, Gary J.; I.R.E., A.I.E.E.,
prp   BCAPF
WILLIS,' Phillip W.; Big Block Club,
Thunderbird Rugby, Program
Chairman A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.
Page 79 class of   60
WITT, Jan J.; A.I.E.E.
YESTADT, Roy A.; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.,
E.I.C., B.CA.P.E.
engineering
AGES, Alard B.; Sailing Club,
Chess Club
BELL, LEON A.; E.I.C, Sales
Manager E.U.S.
BERZINS, Agris
BROWN, Murray P.; E.I.C, Common
Room Chairman
CASPERSON, Roy K.
CRAWFORD, William; Big Block Club,
Thunderbird Football, Civil Club,
Phi Delta Theta
DOYLE, Ronald G.; E.I.C,
Phi Kappa Pi
DRUMMOND, Barry H.; Big Block
Club, Phi Delta Theta
DRUMMOND, Glenn R.
FACCA, Alfredo; E.I.C, B.CA.P.E.,
President Newman Club
GREENE, Robert E.; Sigma Phi Delta
GUTHRIE, T. William
HACK, Ken
HOAR, George; Thunderbird Football,
Big Block Club, Phi Delta Theta
JOA, Eric
JOHNSON, Donald G.
KAILA, Kenneth M.
MARANDA, Ted A.; Sigma Phi Delta
MECKLING, Clarence G.; President
E.I.C., Intramurals
MERLO, Mario A.; E.I.C, Civil Club
MILLER, Peter P.; Ski Team,
Beta Theta Pi
PAUL, Allan; Manager Curling Club,
M.A.A.
Page 80 PETERSON, Douglas S.; Civil Club,
Phi Delta Theta
RAINER, Hans
ROGERS, Glyn D.; Civil Club
SANDERSON, John; Sports Car Club,
Social Coordinator Civil Club,
Sailing Club, Phi Kappa Pi
SCHILDT, Gotz D.
SKYTTE, Raymond A.
STABLES, Charles N.; Civil Club
STANWOOD, George B.; Civil Club,
Bowling
STEWART, Glendon R.
STRAUSS, A. Kenneth, Curling Club,
E.I.C, Civil Club, Treasurer
E.U.S., Phi Kappa Sigma
TASAKA, Tom A.; CO.T.C, Civil
Club, Delta Kappa Epsilon
TURNBULL, Kenneth W.; Civil Club,
E.I.C., Phi Delta Theta
U, Raymond Y.
WEST, Eric A.
WIEBE, Paul A.; Pres. Civil Club,
E.I.C, Sailing Club,
Delta Kappa Epsilon
YEE, William C; Civil Club,
Chinese Varsity Club
CRAIGIE, Ross K.; A.I.Ch.E.-CI.C,
Editor Student Handbook and
Directory, Phi Kappa Sigma
CROSSLAND, Robert W.
EDWARDS, David H.
FERRIE, Adam E.J.; B.CA.P.E.,
A.E.Ch.E.-CI.C, E.I.C, Dance
Club, President Sigma Phi Delta
GRAY, Hugh Donald, A.I.Ch.E.-CI.C,
Phi Kappa Sigma
JONES, Dennis A. R.; Corr. Sec.
A.I.Ch.E.-CI.C, Phi Kappa Sigma
LAMONT, John C; A.I.Ch.E.
LARSON, Peter P.; Sports Rep.
A.I.Ch.E.
LYE, William R.; Program Convenor
A.I.Ch.E., Beta Theta Pi
chemical ^^^
engineering     £^
Page 81 forestry
engineering
McANDREW, Murray A.; A.I.Ch.E.-
CI.C
MCDONALD, Jack; Social Convenor
A.I.CKE.-CI.C
MORRISON, David; A.I.Ch.E.-CI.C,
Phi Kappa Sigma
SHARKEY, William A.; President
A.I.Ch.E.-C.I.C.
STOKES, Terry W.; U.S.C Rep. on
E.U.S.; Beta Theta Pi
TAMILINS Peter W.; A.I.Ch.E.-CI.C
TING, Judy Y.
CLARK, Ian S. R.
FORWARD, Gordon E.; Big Block Club,
Field Hockey Club, Dawson Club,
Phi Gamma Delta
HAWBOLT, E. Bruce; Sigma Chi
IDLER, John W.
LAURIENTE, Donald H.; Dawson Club,
Big Block Club
LYNUM, Thor
MUI, Joseph H. K.; Dawson Club,
Newman Club, Chinese Varsity Club
NEUMANN, George J.
RODENCHUK, William S.; Pres.
E.U.S., CI.M.M., E.CT.,
Dawson Club
ROSE, Daniel; Dawson Club, E.I.C,
B.CA.P.E., CI.M.M.,
Delta Upsilon
TENNANT, William; Pres. Dawson
Club, Beta Theta Pi
WATSON, Robert G.
McCOMBS, Arnold M.
Page 82 BACKLER, Brian E.; Dawson Club,
E.I.C, Kappa Sigma
BRADLEY, Owen E.
GROVES, William D.; Dawson Club,
U.N. Club
HAIMILIA, Norman E.; Dawson Club,
E.I.C
IRVING, Douglas F.; Dawson Club,
Fourth Year Rep. E.U.S.
MULDER, David C; Dawson Club,
E.I.C
ROY, Kenneth J.; Dawson Club
geological
engineering
The Engineer Charioteers
Page 83 faculty of forestry
Dean George S.  Allen of Forestry
On road location at the University Forest
in Haney.
The Faculty of Forestry, one of
the most active on campus, participates in such events as the Blood
Drive and cheering contests. Prominent among the many activities
during the year have been the
Slashburn, Spring Camp, and the
Woodchoppers' Ball, where the
first year students won the model
project contest.
Page 84 After a  hard  day's work comes an
evening of fun.
Going my way?
Fashion first for the forest
Hard at work
Page 85 forestry
BAUM, Rainer C; Labor Relations,
Forest Club
BROWN, Gerald R.; Business Admin.;
Forest Club, CO.T.C. Pipe Band,
Phi Kappa Sigma
CECH, Marion; Forest Products,
Wood Technology; Forest Club
DOLFO, Larry G.; Management
FURNISS, Alan; Management; Forest
Club, C.I.F.
GENBERG, Peter; Forest Management;
Forest Club
GREGSON, Edward D.; Business
Administration, Forest Club
HAYNES, Noel J.; Forest Club
HOLMES, Curtis; Forest Management;
Forest Club
JACK, Ronald V.; Forest Club
LAISHLEY, Donald W.; Harvesting;
Forest Club, CI.F.
LEESING, John; Forest Club, V.O.C.
LUKAS, Manfred C; Wildlife
Management; Forest Club
MACFARLANE, James N.; Management;
Forest Club, CO.T.C Pipe Band,
C.I.F.
MARTOJOEWONO, Soewarno; Forest
Club, Camera Club, I.H.A.
MORRISON, N. Wayne; Management;
Forest Club, C.I.F., A.S.P.
MU'MIN, Usman; Forest Products,
Wood Technology; Forest Club
MUNRO, Donald D.; Photogrammetry,
Mensuration; Forest Club, V.O.C,
Pres. Forestry Undergrad. Soc.
OSTBY, Raymond T.; Management;
Forest Club, Big Block Club,
CI.F.
REVEL, John; Management,
Protection, Forest Club, V.O.C.
CI.F.
RICHARDSON,'Jerry R.; Management
ROBERTSON, Robert C; Management;
Forest Club
RODSETH, Norman R.; Forest Club
RUHL, Donald W.; Management;
Treasurer of Forest Club
SCARROW, Richmond C; Forest Club,
Curling Club
Page 86 SIEBERT, Dale; Management; CI.F.,
Forest Club
SKENE, James; Wildlife Management;
Forest Club
SMITH, Carman J. M.; Management;
Forest Club, Treas. of V.O.C.
SWEETEN, James; Forest Management;
Forest Club
TOOVEY, John W.; Forest Club,
Newman Club
VENNESLAND, Martin E.; Business
Administration; Forest Club
WALKER, Arthur; C I. F., A. S. P.,
Secretary of Forest Club
Honeybun
The   fourth   year   model   won   honourable   mention
at the Woodchoppers' Ball.
Page 87 Dean Kalman  Roller of Sopron
sopron
faculty of
forestry
The Sopron Division of Forestry has
been on the campus for the past three
years and each Fall its members solemnly
commemorate the anniversary of the
Hungarian Revolution of 1956. They
contribute a great deal to the various
clubs and organizations to which they
belong in addition to undertaking a
heavy academic course.
A Sopron executive meeting FERDINAND, Istvan; Camera Club,
Dance Club
GYONGYOSI, Sandor Alex
HOMOKY, Stephen G. J.
JOZSA, Joseph
KOCZO, Mihaly
KOLTAY, Istvan
KOMLOSSY, Joseph
KOMONDY, Gyula
MARKO, Imre; International House,
Dance Club
NAGY, Mihaly
NEMETH, Joseph; Dance Club,
International House
NEMETH, Laszlo; Photography Club
PECH, Gyula; Newman Club, Dance
Club
PENDL, Frank
PORPACZY, Lehel
PUSKAS, Laszlo; Camera Club
RABOCZI, Leslie
SPANDLI, Imre
TOTH, Geza; Camera Club
TOTH, Joseph
sopron
Page 89 home economics
The School of Home Economics had
an enthusiastic student body, this year
under the direction of Barbara Clarke.
During the fall term the biggest event
was the rigorous Tea Cup game against
the Nursing 'Panhandlers' to raise funds
for the March of Dimes. Inter-Faculty
Exchanges such as the 'January Jump'
enlivened the social calendar and the
Spring Formal brought the year to a
successful conclusion.
Miss   Charlotte   S.   Black,   Director   of  the
School of Home Economics.
M. Sheppard,
sample ice cream.
I. Erickson, P. Bissell, S. Burnham, D. MacRitchie, and P. Dalzell
Page 90 Home planners in action
L.   Webster,   E.  Spouse,   F.   Jackman,   and   D.
Butts prepare assignments.
Home Ec. hairstyle home economics
ANDESTAD, Sheila E.; Teaching;
H.E.U.S.
ARMSTRONG, Helen E.; Dietetics;
Delta Gamma, Figure Skating Club
BEAN, Jane; Teaching; Kappa Alpha
Theta
CASTAGNER, Joyce C; Teaching
CLARKE, Barbara A.; Dietetics;
Pres. H.E.U.S.
DICKINSON, Noreen C; Dietetics,
Sec. U.S.C., H.E.U.S.
DIROM, Glenys M.; Teaching,
Badminton Club
DUNMORE, Sandra J.; Dietetics,
Alpha Phi
EVANS, Doreen E.; V.O.C.
HARBICK, Rosemarie; Dietetics;
UETJP
HARDIE, Dorothy M.
HAYES, Elizabeth A.; Teaching,
Sec. H.E.U.S.
HODGINS, Jane H; Dietetics;
Pres. Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Conservative Club
HOLDSWORTH, Sandra; Kappa Kappa
Gamma
IRVINE,   Caryl-Ann   E.;   Teaching
JEFFREE, Susan M.; Dietetics
KERR, Louise; Gamma Phi Beta
KING, Jocelyn T.; Teaching;
H.E.U.S., V.O.C.
KNAPP, Sandra D.; Design
McLACHLAN, S. Margaret; Retailing;
Pres. Women's Athletic Assn.,
Big Block Club, Alpha Delta Pi
MacLEAN, Marion; Teaching
McLEAN, Valerie A.; Teaching;
Delta Gamma
McLELLAN, Marilyn A.; Teaching
MAGWOOD, Frances M.; Teaching;
V.O.C
MASSEY, Norma A.; Alpha Delta Pi
Page 92 MEADOWS, Rosmary; Alpha Delta Pi
MYERS, Shirley E.; Teaching;
Delta Gamma
PARKINSON, Sandra M.; H.E.U.S.,
University Reserve Squadron
PETERS, Elisabeth; Teaching
PHILIP, Cynthia A.; Dietetics, Nutrition;
P.E.O., CS.A., H.E.U.S.
PRESTON, Madeleine;  Teaching;
Newman Club
SIDENIUS, Sherry J; Teaching;
H.E.U.S., Alpha Gamma Delta
SMITH, Betty Lois; Teaching;
H.E.U.S.
SMITH, Sheila A.;
Gamma Phi Beta
SOKOL, Lillian D.;  Teaching;
Alpha Omega
THOMPSON, Margaret' F.;  Dietetics
THRASHER, Judith P.; Teaching;
Phrateres
WALLINGTON,  Florence  E.;   Dietetics;
U.R.T.P.
WHITESIDE, J. D. Dale; Teaching;
H.E.U.S.
WORTHINGTON,   Barri;   H.E.U.S.,
Kappa Alpha  Theta
On the bench during the Tea Cup Game
Page 93 law
Law's round of activities began this year
when the faculty played
host to the Western
Federation of Law Students during their
conference in October.
President Robert Mauled the lawyers through
a year of Moot and
Mock Courts, noon-
hour debates, the Law
Stag and the formal
Law Ball, held in conjunction with the Vancouver Bar Association.
Dean G. F. Curtis of Law.
All out to lunch.
Page 94 The Law Library—listen
learn
Page 95 ACHTEM, Allan J.
AMIGHETTI, Leopold; Phi Delta Theta
ANDERSON, Ernest V.
ANDRU, John
ARMITAGE, Richard E.
BENDRODT, Erik H.; Delta Upsilon
CAMPBELL, John K.
CHURCHLAND, Norman
COLLVER, Ross D.; Delta Epsilon
CRANE, Brian
DIETRICH, John S.; Theta Chi,
Conservative Club
GIBSON, Robert S. K.
GISH, Norman R.; Chairman W.U.B.
GOEUJON, Gerry A.
GRAHAM, Robert D. S.; Lambda Chi
Alpha
HANSEN, Inger
HARVEY, Arthur E., Phi Kappa Pi
HERMANN, Miroslav M.
HOGARTH, John
HOOD, Sherman W.
HORSMAN, James D.; Co-ordinator of
Publications, Students' Council,
Delta Upsilon, Sigma Tau Chi
HUBERMAN, Morris
HUSBAND, John K.
JOSEPH, Harold R.
KALNITSKY, Morley
Page 96 KENDALL, Thomas G.; Phi Delta
Theta
KINNEY, E. Patrick; Liberal Club,
Zeta Psi
LANDER, Cyril R.; Editor of Law
Edition of Ubyssey
LOU-POY, Ronald; Chinese Varsity
Club, Beta Theta Pi
LYON, John N.; Student Court
MAIR, Robert J.; Pres. L.U.S.,
Alpha Delta Phi
MORTIMER, Maitland E.; Delta
Upsilon
MULBERRY, John L.
O'BRIEN,  Terrence   C; Conservative
Club, Zeta Psi
ONSTAD, Gary; Phi Delta Theta
O'SULLIVAN, June; Sec. L.U.S.,
International House
PARIS, Raymond M.
PHELPS, Ronald G.
PIPER, Frank; Liberal Club, L.U.S.
PURDY, Robert L.
RANDALL, Christopher G,
REYNOLDS, John, Jazz Society,
Alpha Delta Phi
ROBERTSON, Ivan L.
ROSS, Rae; Phi Delta Theta
SCOW, Alfred;  Lambda Chi Tlpha
SELMAN, Donald, Pres. Kappa Sigma,
Conservative Club
SHEPPARD, Leighton; Alpha Delta Phi
SINNOTT, Gerald P.
SMITH, Brian; Debating Union,
Conservative Club
SMITH, Joseph C
SOLLOWAY, C Robert
SPRING, Robert H.; Phi Kappa Sigma
STEWART, Ian H; Phi Delta Thelta,
Pres. Men's Athletic Ass'n.
Page 97 STEWART, Ronald H.; Phi Delta
Theta
STUART, Allison
THOMAS, M. Howard; Sigma Chi
THOMPSON, James
WARREN, Michael P.; Phi Delta
Theta, Chairman Special
Events Committee
WASSON, Brian W.; Beta Theta Pi
WALDOCK, Humphrey E.
WELSH, John S.; Newman Club
WILKINSON, C. Warren
WRIGHT, William J.; L.U.S., Psi
Upsilon, U.N. Club
Discussing a moot point
Page 98 One of many
Dummy sleeps next.
Page 99 medicine
This year, the tenth anniversary of the first U.B.C. graduating class in Medicine, the faculty took an active part in
Homecoming and planned a
reunion for previous graduates.
The Medical Ball was, as usual,
the highlight of the year although other social functions
were held
Dean John F. McCreary of Medicine.
Keith MacDonald gets the treatment. Of Mice and Men . . . E. Ledgerwood, D. Shorting, and Friend
Med Queen, Maureen Pearson
J. Lederman at work BEISER, Morton; Zeta Beta Tau
BEZEREDI, Tibori; Camera Club
BOOTH, John H.; M.U.S.
BOXER, Alvin; Hillel,
BRYDON, Alan W. B.
CARLOW, Donald R.; Big Block Club,
Alpha Omega Alpha
CARLSON, Glen C; CA.M.S.I.
CHIU, Wing-Gay; Badminton
CLARK, John A;  CA.M.S.I.,
Beta Theta Pi
CORNELIUS, Leigh R.
daCOSTA, Granville A.
DAVIS, Claytus J.; Beta Theta Pi
DODD, William A. H.
GOTTSCHLING, Kurt N.; Medical
Christian Fellowship
GRANT, Alan E.
GREEN, Philip D.; Zeta Beta Tau
HORID, Akira; CA.M.S.I.
HURCHINSON,  Duayne T.
IRVINE, William G.
JAMIESON, James D.
JOHNSON, Michael D.; Beta Theta Pi
JOHNSTON, Patricia R.
LEDERMAN, John J.;  Zeta Beta Tau
LEDGERWOOD, Ernest F.; Mamooks,
Phi Kappa Sigma
LEUNG, Jock
LIPINSKI, Edwin
LONGLEY, Joy C
MacDONALD, Douglas K.; Phi Kappa
Pi, Pres. M.U.S.
Page 102 McGILL, Kenneth
McGHEE, Gordon D.
McGRAW, Robert W.; Phi Delta Theta
MARTIN, William E.
MERCER, Edward N.
MIYAGISHIMA, Robert T.; M.U.S.,
Nisei Varsity Club
MOHAMMED, Solomaon
NEY, Philip; V.CF.
PEARL, Gerald J.
PUSKAS, Albert
READ, Anthony M.
RICHARDS, John S.; Phi Delta Theta
ROSENFELD, Michael W.
SHAPIRO, Maynard; C.A.M.S.I.,
Tau Epsilon Phi
SHATZKO, Paul
SHORTING, Donald M. L.
STEINER, George
SUNSHINE, Stanley L.; Hillel,
Zeta Beta Tau
SUTTER, Mary-Alice; CA.M.S.I.,
Sec. Alpha Omega Alpha
TAMBOLINE, Beverley L.; Alpha
Gamma Delta
TAYLOR, Bruce W.
URQUHART, Robert R.
vonROSEN, Else
WACHTER, Blair T.
WARD, John F.
WHAUN,  June;  C.A.M.S.I.,  M.U.S.
WOOLLEY, H. Ewart; C.A.M.S.I.,
Class Treasurer
ZIEGLER, Wilfred
103 Miss Evelyn Mallory, Director of the School of Nursing
school of nursing
Nursing Panhandlers at the Tea Cup Game
Page 104 Nursing undergraduate executive
Careful  measurement
During the last two years the course
offered by the School of Nursing has
been slightly altered. As a result, the
students now take their training at St.
Paul's Hospital rather than at the General Hospital and they are able to spend
more time on campus than previously.
In activities, nurses were linked with
the engineering faculty which chose
Homecoming Queen Naida Chernenkov
for their candidate. Another successful
venture was the Tea Cup game, where
nurses emerged triumphant over the
Home Economics team.
Shelagh  Frith  receives  treatment  in  a  nursing lab
Page  105 nursing
BARAGAR, Elizabeth Ann
BELL, Jo-Mary
BELL, Sydney; Alpha Phi
BETTS, Sarah Isabel; V.CF.
BONIFACE, Judith W.
BONZOVETSKY, Nancy M.
BROTHERTON, Eunice Rose; Baptist
Student Union
BUCHAN, Betty A.; Public Health
BUNTON, Elizabeth Ann
CALVERT, Phyllis Rosemary
CAWSTON, Helen Elizabeth
CLANCY, Desna Joan
CRISALL, Sylvia Grace; Mussoc
CUMBERLAND, Beverley Gail
DELESALLE, Patricia Agnes
DUNSMORE, Allison
FRIER, Margaret Laurie
FUNK, Joan V.; Nursing Rep.
to U.S.C
GALBRAITH, Jean Mcllraith
GILLELAND, Ann
GORDON, Ann-Shirley
HALPIN, Sheila
JACKSON, Mary A. L.
JOHNSON, Eunice Georgie
LEWIS, Margaret; Pres. of N.U.S.
Page 106 LEVIRS, Marjorie Ruth
McCOLL, Alberta
MacNAUGHTON, Betty
McNAUGHTON, Joan E. M.;
Delta Gamma
MATSUNO, Kiyoko; Nisei Varsity
Club
MAUDE-MOORE, Elizabeth
MOHR, Beverley D.
MORES, Margaret
MULHERN, Dana Muriel; N.U.S.
Vice-Pres., Alpha Gamma Delta
OLDFIELD, Leila Anne
ORTON, Pamela Ruth; Varsity
Grasshockey Team
PALLISTER, Ruth Margaret
PETERS, Katherine Clara
PETERS, T. Katie; Varsity Christian
Fellowship
PINNELL, Evelyn Patricia
ROWNYJ, Julianne Irene
SCHOFIELD, Elizabeth Jill
SISTER, Scholastica
SEED, Lorna
SPROULE, Judith Agnes
SQUANCE, Valerie Anne
STARK, Annette Jane
STEWART, Elizabeth Anne
TURVEY, Jocelyn N.; Delta Gamma
WATERFIELD, Barbara
Page 107 faculty of pharmacy
Dean W. H. Matthews
of Pharmacy
Anita Epp, Pharmacy Queen
Page 108
The classic  trademark— mortar and pestle Sfe:
The smallest faculty on campus with 142 members, Pharmacy, had the advantage of close-knit
associations and active student government. This
year's undergraduate president was Gail Bellward,
vice-president was Leo Richards. In addition to
campus affiliations, U. B. C.'s Faculty of Pharmacy
became a new member of the International Pharmaceutical Students' Federation. Both faculty and
graduates carried on extensive research in the form
of surveys and syntheses. Soon more working space
will be available as construction began in October
on the permanent Pharmacy building located just
south of Westbrook.
Alf Chan  and  Jean  Chong deliberate
Serena Brown  and Chris Ascher at work pharmacy
ASCHER, Christian A.; B.S.P.;
Camera Club, Sigma Chi
BELLWARD, Gail D; Pres Ph. U.S.,
Lambda Kappa Sigma
BROWN, Serena; Mussoc,    Sec.-Treas.
of Ph. U.S. Council, Lambda
Kappa Sigma
CHAN, Alfred; U.S.C, Chinese
Varsity
CHONG,  Jean  Wanda; Pres.
Lambda Kappa Sigma
CLARK, Stewart C; Graduating
Class Representative
COLLINS, John Simpson
CON, Christina
DAEM, Ted; Delta Kappa Epsilon
du PLESSIS, David J.; Hospital
Pharmacy
EVANS, George
GATZKE, Alfred
GILBERT, Waveny Averil; Lambda
Kappa Sigma
GILDER, Arthur Morton
GULER, Harvey; Sigma Alpha Mu
HAALAND, Aaron Campbell
JUNG, Stanley F.
KEATING, Fraser Sinclair
KOO, Bill Young
LEONG, Sunny Bing
LITTLE, John Ernest
MacDONALD, Clifford Alan Barker
MARTELL, Margery Irene; Lambda
Kappa Sigma
MASSENDER, Lome James
MORRISON, Russel Louie; Sigma Chi
Page 110 MURRAY,   Morris   Allen
NETHERTON,  Catherine Anne
OAK,  Greta  E.;  Lambda Kappa  Sigma
RUNCEWICZ, Anne Sophie
SIMSON, David S.;  Kappa Sigma
THIESSEN,   Margit;   International
House, P.R.O.  Lambda Kappa Sigma
Margery   Martell   weighing  amygdalin
Harvey Guler and Aaron Haaland at work in the model dispensary.
Page 111 PHYSICAL EDUCATION
When not shooting baskets or
hoisting hockey sticks, the 150 Physical Education students were studying
or participating in P. E. social events.
Activities were coordinated by the
Undergraduate President Roy Bianco.
During the Spring term the successful skiing trip to Mount Baker and
a Valentine Dance provided pleasant
memories for this year's graduating
class.
Dean R. Osborne of Physical Education.
Judy Jack, Physical Education Queen. U3.C PHOTO.
The Undergraduate Executive. BAKER, Margaret C; P.E.,
Biology; Sec. Big Block Club,
Delta Gamma
BIANCO, Roy J.; Zoology; Football,
Pres. PH.U.S.
BOSSONS, Peter C; Biology; Beta
Theta Pi
BOYD, Elizabeth B.; P.E., Geog.;
Big Block Club, W.A.D., Alpha
Phi, P.E.U.S.
DANG, Joe Kum; Commerce
FIELD, Arthur E.J.; P.E., Hist.;
Tennis, P.E. Rugby
HEMINGWAY, J.
HUTTON, Stewart T.; P.E., Biology;
Baseball, Rugger, Phi Kappa Pi
JACKSON, Geoffrey M.; Geography;
Filmsoc, Ass't. Football Team
MASLECHKO, William; P.E., History
MITCHELL, W. John; P.E., Math;
Baseball, Phi Gamma Delta
MONTGOMERY, John M.; English;
Zeta Psi, R.CA.F.
PELTON, Terrence R.; P.E., English
ROGERS, Helen Joan; English
ROSS, A. Clifford; Psychology;
Captain Gym team
SCOTT, Marvin E.; P.E., Math
SHORE, Linda G.; Biology, Swim Team
SLOAN, Donald S.; Biology; Big
Block Club, Rugby
WINSLADE, Kenneth D.; P.E., Geog.;
Big Block Club
physical education
Page 113 school of social work
Social Work students had a typical
year as they participated in campus
activities such as Homecoming and
completed studies. The S. W. U. S.
President for 1959-60 was Alvin
Holmes.
Dr. Dixon, Director of the School of Social Work
Page  114
The Social Work Hut ■
Bernie Reid, Social Work Queen
Study in the social research lab
A Social Work class in session
Page 115 social work
BACH, Frank
BANNISTER, John C.
BLACKLOCK, Donald J.
BROWN, Joanne V.; Kappa Alpha Theta
CAMERON, Ronald L.
CHAPPLE, A. J. Arthur
CHRISTIANSEN, Linda A.
CUTHBERT, Eyvolle P.
DAFOE, Ethel R.
DEWOLF, Marilyn D.; Sec. of Social
Work Society
DICK, Marlene
DIXON, Harold C
DOW, Calderwood C
DRISCOLL, JU1
ELLISTON, Graham N.
EVANS, Eileen
GOGEL, Albert; V.CF.
GOODWIN, Harold G.
GORDON, John F.
GUNN, Ella M.
HOLMES, Alvjn I.; Pres. of Social
Work Society
JENNINGS, Thomas B.
JONES, Helen M.
KOCH, W. John
LEE, Jung Ok
Page 116 LEUCHTE, Anne-Marie; Alpha Gamma
Delta
McCOLL, Beatrice
McCORMICK, Lindsay L.;
Newman Club
MACLEAN, Jean E.
MATSUMOTO, Eliji
MAWHINNEY, Anne M.
MELVILLE, John A.; Phi Kappa
Sigma
PALMER, Margaret R.
PEIRCE, Donald A.
PORTER, Robert L.
POTTER, Carole L.
REID, Birnie E.; Kappa Alpha Theta
RIPPON, Arthur W.; Psi Upsilon
SKENFIED, Alfreda; International
House
SMITH, Carol A.
SPIRO, Grant; Sigma Chi
STILBORN, Edwin J.
THOMSON, James B.
TOMALTY, Shirley F.
President Holmes  at work. theology
Dr.   Taylor,   principal   of   Union   College.
Students in the Union College Library.
Page 118 1
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Recently, the campus has seen the
addition of the modern St. Marks College and St. Andrews Hall, residences for
Catholic and Presbyterian students. Only
Anglican and Union Colleges, however,
graduate ministers in affiliation with the
University. Anglican and United Church
theologues, when not studying in their
respective libraries, can be seen indulging
in such friendly rivalries as the annual
soccer game.
Bishop Dean,  acting principal of Anglican College.
Before the match, Anglicans "bless" the field.
Page 119 graduate studies
The faculty of Graduate Studies offers masters'
degree in almost all subjects, Ph.D. degrees in many,
degree courses in Community and Regional Planning, and a diploma course in Criminology. This
year, for the first time in the faculty's eleven-year
history, a graduate students' association was formed
and Joe O'Donnell was elected president. Early in
the year, students welcomed the news of a graduate
students' centre soon to be built as a gift from Leon
J. Koerner.
Rolf Weissback.
Dr. Giles assembles a detector in a physics lab.
Colin Shepphard.
Page  120 F.  H.  Soward,  Associate Dean  of Graduate Studies        U.B.C. PHOTO
Gordon  M.   Shrum,   Dean  of   Graduate   Studies
U.B.C PHOTO
CONNAGHAN,   Charles;   Psychology;
Pres.   Sigma  Tau   Chi
HARA,   Elmer  H.;   M.  Sc,   Physics;
Physics Society, C.A.P.
HASSETT, John H.;  M. Sc,  Physics
HAWRELAK,  Richard;   Chemical
Engineering
KIUCHI, Takashi; M.A., Economics
RAI,   CHOUDHURY,   Prosenjit;
Chemical Engineering
SALMON, John W.; Education; I. H. A.,
Conservative   Club,   Archaeology   Club
SCHRACK,    Fred   Gunther;    Electrical
Engineering; Totem, I. R. E.
UCHIDA,   Midori  J.;   Bacteriology
WHITTLES. A.  Bruce;  Physics
graduate
studies
Page 121  AWARDS 1960 RHODES SCHOLAR
MICHAEL   BROWN
A Vancouverite and a Lord Byng
graduate, Mike has been active in student affairs during his university career.
He is a member of the Canadian Officers Training Corps, Psi Upsilon fraternity, and in 1959 held the position of
Undergraduate President for the Arts
and Science faculty. In athletics Mike
favours basketball and has been on the
'Birds team for the past three years.
Next Fall, Mike will enter Oxford
to study Philosophy, Economics and Political Science in preparation for a Final
Honours B.A. For at least two years he
will continue his education in England
before specializing in the investment
field.
Page 124 AGRICULTURE
RONALD H. PHELPS
Ronald Phelps was the winner of the
Wilfred Sadler Memorial Medal which is
awarded to the head of the graduating class
in the Faculty of Agriculture, B.S.A. degree.
APPLIED SCIENCE
KENNETH C WILSON
Last year Ken headed the graduating
class of the Faculty of Applied Science, receiving the Association of Professional Engineers Gold Medal and the Athlone Fellowship. At present he is doing post graduate study at Imperial College, London. He
plans to return to Canada in two or three
years.
Page 125 ARCHITECTURE
DONALD M. MATSUBA
After attending U.B.C. for five years,
Donald won the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Medal in Architecture. He
is now employed by Page & Steele Architects, in Toronto and soon hopes to do Post
Graduate Studies in the theory and design
of architecture.
ARTS AND SCIENCE
STEWART SMITH
Stewart Smith was the winner of the
University Medal for Arts and Science. He
returned to the campus as a Graduate Student in the Physics Department and will
obtain his M.Sc. He plans next to work for
his Ph.D. at another University.
Page 126 ARTS AND SCIENCE
MARLENE R. HUNT
After completing two successful years at
Victoria College and two more at U.B.C,
Marlene received the Governor-General's
Gold Medal. She is now back on campus
taking Graduate courses for her M.A. and
hopes to instruct at university in the near
future.
COMMERCE
JOHN F. HELLIWELL
John was UB.C.'s 1959 Rhodes Scholar
and the recipient of the Kiwanis Club Gold
Medal and Prize for heading the Commerce
Graduating Class. He is now in England,
at Oxford University studying Philosophy,
Political Science, and Economics in the Final
Honors B.A. program.
Page 127 FORESTRY
JOHN W. E. HARRIS
Last May John was awarded the Canadian Institute of Forestry Medal. At present, he is employed as Assistant Forest Biologist with the Canadian Department of
Agriculture, and is doing Forest Insect research. In September, he hopes to begin
graduate work at an American University.
FORESTRY
ALBERT J. KAYLL
Albert attended U.B.C. for five years and
graduated with the H. R. MacMiuan Prize
in Forestry. Now at Duke University, he
is continuing his studies for his M.S.F., and
will later work in forest research, specializing in forest ecology and tree physiology. HOME  ECONOMICS
JUNE E. BRETT
June was the winner of the Home Economics Graduation Prize for heading the
graduating class in the School of Home
Economics. Last summer she was married
to U.B.C. graduate Grant McDonald and
they are now living in Penricton.
LAW
LAWRENCE C. BRAHAN
Last year Lawrence was the top law student and received the Law Society Gold
Medal. This year he is studying Law at
the Harvard Law School and plans to do
research in the Labour Law Field as well as
practise his profession.
Page 129 MEDICINE
JOHN R. BIRCH
John completed his seven years at U.B.C.
by winning the Hamber Gold Medal and
Prize for Medicine. He is now a Junior
Interne at the Royal Victoria Hospital in
Quebec. Later, he will take further medical training and specialization.
PHARMACY
HARVEY D. SANDERS
Harvey is lecturing in the Faculty of
Pharmacy and studying for a M.Sc. After
receiving this degree, he will study for his
Ph.D. He received the Horner Gold Medal
in Pharmacy last May, along with four
other awards which included a research fellowship. PHYSICAL EDUCATION
JOHN D. DENNISON
As head of the graduating class in P.E.,
John was awarded the Canadian Association
for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Prize. This year he is doing Post
Graduate working for his Master's Degree
in P.E. John later intends to teach while
working for his Doctorate.
SOCIAL WORK
The winner of the Moe and Leah Chet-
kow Memorial Prize for head of the graduating class in the School of Social Work
(M.S.W. degree) was Joyce F. Rolston.
Mrs. Judith Balintfy was awarded the
Special Prize for heading the graduates in
the Fifth Year class, Sopron Division, Faculty of Forestry.
HELGA HICKS
The Laura Holland scholarship is given
to the head of the graduating class for the
B.S.W. degree and was awarded to Mrs.
Helga Hicks. Helga is practising social
work at Crease Clinic, but plans to spend
a year in Europe after completing her M.
SW. degree.
Page 131 Marc   Bell
Chuck Connaghan
Ross Craigie
Brad Crawford
John Davidson
Rod Dobell
El wood Driedger
Dave Edgar
Jack   Henwood
Don  Hill
Jim   Horsman
Pete   Peterson
Laurie Peers
Larry  Rotenberg
Don  Shore
SIGMA
TAU
CHI
This year U. B. G's honorary
fraternity, Sigma Tau Chi, had a
membership of eighteen. These
students were elected on the basis
of outstanding activity, participation, and high scholarship. As a
group they meet to discuss problems concerning the development
of the university in general. Those
not pictured here are Peter Meekison, Rod Smith, and Paul Ter-
mansen. Debbie   Brown
Valerie Capstick
Theo Carroll
DELTA
SIGMA
PI
Since 1943 Delta Sigma Pi, U.B.C.'s
Honorary Sorority has recognized
those women who are outstanding in
leadership, service, and scholarship.
This year eight new members were
elected for the active part they have
played in campus activities.
Highlight of the Fall term was the
impressive initiation ceremony which
was attended by faculty advisors and
representatives from all women's organizations. The regular monthly
meetings provide an opportunity for
the group to get together and discuss
problems of mutual interest.
Lynn Pearcey
Lynne  Rogers
Wendy   Rosene
Barbara Scott RUSS BRINK . . Chairman NFCUS,
1958-59; Chairman Brock Management,   1959-60.
ROSS CRAIGIE. . . Editor Student
Handbook and Directory, 1959-60;
Student Court Judge,   1959-60.
ROD DOBELL . . . Co-Chairman
Academic Symposium, 1958-59; Vice-
Chairman WUSC, 1959-60.
UNIVERSITY CLUBS' COMMITTEE AWARDS
ELWOOD DR1EDGER . . . Chairman
Leadership Conference, 1959-60; Treasurer Student Executive Conference,
1959-60.
DAVE EDGAR . . . Treasurer AMS,
1959-60;  President AMS,  1960-61.
PAUL HAZELI. . . . President S. A.
M., 1959-60; Vice-Chairman NFCUS,
1959-60.
JIM HORSMAN . . . Chairman High
School Tours, 1959-60; Coordinator of
Publications,   1959-60.
ROSS HUSDON . . . President Aggie
Undergraduate Society, 1958-59; Chairman   USC,   1959-60.
BARBARA SCOTT . . . President
Panhellenic, 1959-60; Secretary WUSC,
1959-60. HONOURARY
ACTIVITIES
AWARDS
JOHN CHALK . . . President Social
Credit Club, Varsity Christian Fellowship,  German  Club.
SONNY  GEE  .  .  .  Mussoc, President
of  Choral  Society.
DEREK    FRASER
Union,   UN   Club.
Debating
ate
CARMAN   SMITH   .
Club,  Treasurer VOC
Forestry
JACK SWANSON . . . Lutheran Students Association,  Treasurer UCC
Page 135  ORGANIZATIONS U.C.C. executive:   Jim Papsdorf, Patience Ryan, Dave Anderson, Jack Swanson and Laurie Frisby.
UNIVERSITY
CLUBS
COMMITTEE
Each of the eighty-
two clubs on the campus has a representative
on the University Clubs
Committee. The committee co-ordinates all
their activities and distributes the A.M.S. club
budget.
Clubs' Day in the Armouries.
Page 138 Coffee break in the International House
Restaurant.
INTERNATIONAL
HOUSE
International House is a social centre
for foreign students. Its motto, "Brotherhood Prevail," suggests its aim — to
further world understanding, brotherhood, and peace. President, Ken Car-
rington, and his executive have organized such events for the 383 members
as the Introductory Social, Fall Fair, and
the annual International House Ball
which is a co-operative effort between
the club and the International House
Association.
Relaxation in the International House lounge.
Four members play cards during their leisure
time.
Page 139 SAILING CLUB
One of the newest clubs on
campus, this being its first year
of operation, the Sailing Club
is also one of the largest with
120 members. Under the direction of the Commodore Tim
Irwin, members have competed
in several regattas against clubs
from universities and colleges
in Washington. Extensive programs of sailing instruction and
boat building have also been
undertaken this year.
Peter Girard and Tim Irwin in the club boat.
Seattle Regatta.
Five U.B.C. officials start race at the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club (Jericho).
Page 140 Ray Hayes and John Coleman working industriously on their boat.
Jill Parker lending able assistance to Peter Girard.
Jan Ekels and Dave Rowatt in their finished product.
Page 141 Club executive, Standing (L. to R.): Eric Mittendorfer,
Scotty Aspinall, Don Lust; Seated (L. to R.): Barbara Dobson,
Pat Crowe, Myrna Joy, and Linda Klockow.
DANCE CLUB
Dance Club, one of U.B.C's
largest social organizations, tries to
promote and improve dancing at
U.B.C. by encouraging students interested in it to get together. All
types of dancing are included in
the Club's activities and instruction
periods. Sponsor, Mr. Grant Vincent wrote and directed this year's
Dance Club production, "Wot a
Life." Other activities included the
Dance Marathon and Club parties.
Dance Club's booth on Clubs Day.
Dance Club in action.
Page 142 AMATEUR
RADIO
SOCIETY
With the promotion of amateur
radio communication as its objective, Hamsoc has this year, under
chairman John Oades, made person-to-person contacts with other
Canadian universities, as well as
with friends and families of foreign students. Many campus organizations have benefitted from
the Club's services. Highlight of
the year's activities was the erection of a fifty foot beam antenna
on the Brock roof to make possible
a better and wider radio reception.
Doug Docherty at the matchbox
receiver and transmitter.
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Bob Irving, Doug Docherty, Jeanne
Wallace and John Oades, President.
Page 143 FILM SOCIETY
Under their president James Kidston,
Filmsoc has endeavoured to present a
varied noon hour programme of movies
for campus film fans. Members of the
society receive training in projection
work, theatre management and the production of motion pictures.
Ed Hutchins editing film.
Executive  members   B.  Bennett,   J.   Kidston,   G.   Nixon,   M.
Scott, M. Williams.   Missing:   M. Tindall, M. Sapiro.
Ken Neveroski titling a film.
Page 144 RADIO SOCIETY
U.B.C. Radio, with seventy-five members, broadcasts forty-five hours weekly
over the campus network from their fully
equipped studio in the South Brock basement. Under the direction of the president Barry Shorn, this year's highlights
included the special Clubs Day Show
MC'd by Jack Cullen and the Community
Chest Show where U.B.C. Radio presented the Kirby Stone Four and collected
$332 for charity.
Programme Director George Kelsox in
ing for U.B.C. Digest.
"A," Control Record-
Terry McSpadden at the "B" Control Console
with Dave McLeod reading news in the "B"
studio.
News Editor Clive Amsley in "A" studio.
Page 145 JAZZ SOCIETY
With a membership of three hundred,
Jazzsoc is one of the most popular clubs
on campus. Under the president Ted
Lazenby, they have formed their own
jazz band as well as sponsoring several
big-name bands appearing at U.B.C.
President Ted Lazenby.
Stan Perry, Roy Hornosty and Ted Lazenby take
"time out" in  the  Jazzsoc  clubroom.
Jazzsoc band rehearsal. MUSICAL SOCIETY
Mussoc, under president Bruce Sommer,
offers valuable experience and enjoyment
to those students interested in the fine art
of producing a musical show. The musical
"Wonderful Town" is this year's offering.
Chorsoc, directed by Harold Ball, presents
a wide variety of music for students and the
public. Activities included a concert and a
tour.
Bruce Sommer speaks at the Club Banquet.
Margaret Sampson, Willie Worster, Molly Kuryluk,
Sonny Gee and Lorna Mulholland at the banquet.
Harold Ball directing a Choral Society practice. PLAYERS CLUB
Under president Aileen Barker, the Players' Club performed the traditional Nicol
classic, "Her Scienceman Lover" early in
the year. Ian Thorne directed the fall production "Romanoff and Juliet" which
starred John Sparkes, Penny Gaston and
Barnaby Baker and was entered in the
Dominion Drama Festival. The spring production, "Time Remembered," directed by
Franklin Johnson, goes on tour in May.
John  Sparkes  and  Cecil Plotnikoff  preparing  for
the stage.
Martin Bartlett, Walter Shynbaryk, Maxine Gadd, and Elizabeth Kaiser in "Romanoff and Juliet."
Page 148 ..
Members in the green room.
Larry Foffonoff taking care of the sound.
Barnaby Baker, Penny Gaston, Cecil Plotnikoff, John
Sparkes, in another scene from "Romanoff and Juliet."
Page 149 Dave Kennedy, Darlene Finlayson, Don Brown
resting below the peak of Mt. Slesse
John Dick   belaying Ted  Stevens on  Camel's
Head of Crown Mountain.
VARSITY OUTDOOR CLUB
The Work Hike at the
Seymour Cabin
Page 150 Painting the eaves on the Seymour Cabin
V.O.C, one of the most active clubs on
campus, is the only club of its type at any
Canadian University. Under the president
Don Brown and the rest of the executive,
V.O.C. offers an extensive program of hikes,
climbs, ski-mountaineering and social events
during the university session as well as a
full outdoor program in the Spring and
Summer over much of the province and
in the Rockies. This includes the club's annual ski-mountaineering trip to Garibaldi
Park after final exams.
V.O.C. at Clubs Day
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CAMERA CLUB
Under the leadership of Keith Slessor, ihe 125 membei
of Camera Club have successfully aided amateur photos,
raphy among students by providing equipment for takin
and processing pictures. The club sponsored such event
as die Hen Hill-Tout Competition, the Portrait Session, an
the Club Competition. Speakers at the Club's weekly meet
ings have given advice and hints which have helped greath
Two of die Club Competition prize shots shown in Toter
illustrate the high calibre of photography produced by th
Pase   153 SPORTS
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Clubroom.
The purpose of the Sports Car Club is to give all
interested students a chance to meet, discuss and
participate in all forms of Auto Sport. The club is
affiliated with the International Conference of
Northwest Sports Car Clubs and thus offers students'
the chance to enter international as well as small,
club events. The club is instructional, presenting
technical films and lectures; social, possessing a well
equipped clubroom, also holding several parties; and
active, having a membership of 170. The president
for 1959-60 is Tony Sheridan.
The Clubroom "model.'
Page 154 Bill   Radelet  wins  second  prize   with   his   Morris
Minor.
Pete Martin and Gordon Shea relaxing.
Diana McColl on the hairpin bend.
Page 155 Left to right:   E. Nielson, B. Ramsay, D. Trueman% President
R. Smith, J. Simpson, B. Lissimore.
AQUA SOCIETY
Chris Wills, the Gentleman Diver.
Having as its aim the promotion of interest among students and the public in safe scuba and skin diving, Aquasoc
has completed another active and successful year.
Several diving trips were made by the seventy members
of the Club, under the direction of President Robin Smith.
Weekly practices in Empire Pool, with instruction for those
who wanted it, have continued throughout the year.
Mark Smith and Dick Trueman.
•?£ President  Rod Hodgson  and  Fred McCourt  with
the generator.
PHYSICS CLUB
For those interested in Physics, this organization presents lectures and films on
related topics. The main project for members this year was the construction of a
working model of a Vandegraaf generator
which was built by Fred McCourt.
JUDO CLUB
President Arpad Toth is thrown by a member.
Just completing its first year of operation,
the Judo Club has a membership of twenty.
Under the direction of the president, Arpad
Toth, they meet twice a week for instruction and practice.
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Page 157 ALPHA
OMEGA
SOCIETY
With a membership
of more than sixty, the
Alpha Omega Society
is the largest it has ever
been. Through lectures,
films, and social activities, the club led by the
president Mir Husulak,
endeavoured to unite
all students of Ukran-
ian descent. One of the
most successful activities this year was the
weekly dance instruction given to all interested club members.
Ukrainian Dancing
Obnova members at the
get-acquainted party.
NISEI VARSITY CLUB
To provide a social centre for members, to provide cultural and educational
opportunities and so co-operate with
other clubs and organizations are the purposes of the club. With Tak Tabata as
president, the club held, among other
events, a skating party and a bowling
party.
OBNOVA SOCIETY
Several socials and a banquet were among the year's
special activities of the Obnova Society, a club for
Ukrainian Catholic students.
The president, Adam Kozak,
led the twenty member group
through a successful year. EL
CIRCULO
With its membership of forty-five students interested in the
life and culture of
Spanish-speaking countries, El Circulo has
completed another active year. Besides co-
sponsoring "Susana y
Jose," Spanish dancers,
the society, under the
direction of President
Roy Williams, has
sponsored several lectures and films.
El   Circulo  executive.    Standing   (L.   to   R.):    Bob  Davidson,  John   Bibcock,
Norman Farris; Seated  (L. to R.): Cathy Vool, Roy Williams, Dolores Dushney.
CHINESE
VARSITY
CLUB
Many social and cultural activities were
conducted this year by the Chinese Varsity Society. The president, Wayne
Wong, led the 120-member club which
held such events as a skating party,
Christmas party, Grad Banquet, and the
Tri-City Basketball Game.
Chinese Varsity Club Executive.   Standing (L. to R.):   Joe Wai, Bob Lee, Robert Butt, Wing Chu, George Lum.  Seated (L. to R.):
Violet Chan, Pearl Chong, Wayne Wong, Teresa Chu. VARSITY CHRISTIAN
FELLOWSHIP
The motto of V.CF. being "to know
Christ and to make Him known," the
170 members stressed personal Christian
outreach to others. Each week there were
speakers, Bible study groups, prayer
meetings and sports activities. A Camp
Conference, skating party, ski weekend,
Dagwood suppers, and coffee parties
were some of the events for UJB.C. members and their friends. Aided by a capable and busy executive, Karl Bartsch directed the club's activities for this past
year.
A student panel discusses prayer.     (L. to R.): Cliff Erickson, Alison
Miller, President Karl Bartsch, and Vern Ratzlaff.
LUTHERAN
STUDENTS
ASSOCIATION
Under the leadership of Jim Papsdorf,
the L S. A. aimed to provide a dynamic
organization for students who are committed to the Christian faith Regular
weekly meetings were held at which local
pastors and laymen were invited to
speak. The association held a fireside
social in January and there were Bible
studies held several times a week during
the year.
L.  S. A.  debate.     (L.  to R.):  President Jim Papsdorf, Grace Plato,
Ken Kuhn, Garnet Leach, Lawrence Haave.
Some S. C M. members in the clubroom. (L.
to R.): Reverend Doug Carlin, Bob Dahl, Peter
Burnyeat,  Bill  Leandle.
STUDENT CHRISTIAN
MOVEMENT
The Student Christian Movement encouraged students to test and discuss the
basis of Christianity in order to find satisfaction in their beliefs. In the U.B.C. chapter there were several study groups and club
projects under the leadership of the president, Bruce Cameron. A special interest
was the already large library facilities which
are constantly increasing. There were about
75 students participating in this year's S.
CM. activities. HILLEL
FOUNDATION
Another religious group on campus is
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, an
association which promotes and carries
out a religious, cultural, educational, social, and counselling programme for Jewish students. This year, under president
Mark Nagler, several events have been
held to fulfill the club's broad purpose.
CHRISTIAN
SCIENCE
ORGANIZATION
Regular testimonial meetings, which
included the healing testimonies of Organization members, and the maintenance of a Christian Science Study Room,
were the main activities of the Christian
Science Organization this year. The purpose of the Organization is to afford
non-members at the University an opportunity to learn about Christian Science as well as to provide fellowship for
members.
Hillel Executive: Back (L. to R.): Jack Huberman, Louis Zucker,
Brian Wine. Centre: Barry Slutsky, Jerry Sklar, Rabbi Goldenberg,
Herb Adirim. Front: Gloria Chertkow, Mark Nagler, Cecile Grob-
erman.
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Christian Science Reading Room.
Shirley   Brown,   Denis   Conner,   Father  Lee,   and
Ron Lee in the Newman Club Lounge.
NEWMAN
CLUB
The purpose of the Newman Club is to
foster religious, intellectual, social, and athletic activities among Catholic students on
campus. For the 175 members of the club,
the president, Fred Facca and his executive
planned a Campus Mission, Communion
Breakfasts, Retreats, and study discussion
groups with such speakers as Sir Hugh
Taylor and Ray Perrault.
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THUNDERBIRD
BOOSTER
CLUB
Undertaking one of the most
difficult tasks on a campus this
size, the Thunderbird Booster
Club tries to promote spirit and
loyalty. It publicizes beforehand, and entertains at, all
Thunderbird games. Included
in the club are the majorettes,
the cheerleaders and the Pep
Band.
Pep Band plays at Mardi Gras Pep Meet.
Majorettes (L.  to R.):  Judy Lloyd, Donna-Mary McLaren, Jean Marsh, Joan Henry, Gail
Carlson (captain). UNIVERSITY ARMED FORCES
All branches of the armed forces are represented
on the U.B.C. campus. In the CO.T.C, the U.N.T.D.
or the R.CA.F., the last of which has a men's and
a women's division, future officers serve three hours
a week during the academic year and three or four
months each summer. Their training leads them
towards a commission in the Active or Reserve
forces.
A U.N.T.D. cadet sounding the "Last Post."
R.CA.F. officer—cadets drilling.
A CO.T.C. evening lecture. RAMBLERS
Club executive. Standing (L. to R.): Mike Zlotnik, Brian Herrin, Paul McKay.
Seated (L. to R.): Norm Forshaw, Dave Bristow, Bill Linder, Lance Jefferson, Sam
Sutton, Bill Bonnor.
Ron Davis snaps
Ken Danchuk punts
Page 164 The purpose of the Ramblers
Club is to promote greater interest and participation in intramural sports on campus and to
provide an opportunity for
members to engage in athletics
as a team. Some of the sports
engaged in are volleyball, basketball, swimming, boxing,
wrestling and tennis. The Ramblers, true to their aim, are noted
for their enthusiasm. The president for this past year has been
Mike Zlotnick.
Ramblers watch Doug Louie and Don Liest spar.
Bill Linder and Kurt Max box in Clubs Day exhibition.
Page  165 UNITED NATIONS CLUB
The United Nations Club under the
president Lief Ostensoe has endeavoured
to stimulate interest in current world
topics. The main event this year was
the Model U.N. General Assembly held
in November at Brock.
Peter  Casson,  speaker at  the
Model  U.N.  General Assembly.
Members listen attentively at   Assembly.
Mr. Fleming, a noon hour
Speaker: Conservative Club
President—Barry  Mawhinney.
POLITICAL CLUBS
With their many speakers, debates and
panel discussions, the four campus political clubs keep the sparks flying with their
heated arguments and clannishness. Together they participated in Model Parliament which was held in February. CCF.  club meeting.   President:   Frank
Mitchell
Social Credit Club Executive.
MllUiUm
Liberal Club Student Panel Discussion.
President:   Ken McKenzie PHRATERES
"Famous for Friendliness" is the
motto of Phrateres which pervades
all their activities. U.B.C.'s chapter is divided into ten Greek letter
sub-chapters each having an approximate membership of twenty
girls. These smaller groups enjoy
many informal and special activities and combine under the direction of the president Ida Motz to
sponsor such events as the Fall
and Spring Formals, the Initiation,
Barn Dance, and many charity
projects.
Ken Hagler and Ida Motz at the formal.
New members get acquainted at   Pledging.
Page 168 Girls   enjoy   refreshments   after  the
Pledging Ceremony
Some of the executive   meet in the
Phrateres room
The Fall Formal—one of the year's  highlights.
Page 169 Two residents enjoy a successful Fort Camp Dance
Record selecting in the Mary Bollert Lounge
Typical scene in the Dining Hall
FORT CAMP Pat Gunning, Ellen Estenholt, and Susan Bencc take charge of the Anne
Wesbrook desk.
23   Skidoo—three  charming  flappers  entertain at  the  Dorm
Informal.
The Dorm Informal Dale   Gillard,   President  John  Townesend   and   Maxine   Slater.
H. Back-Troeglen, C.  Kerr, M.  Rogers and A. Chatland at
home in Hut 28
Coffee break in Acadia Canteen Christmas dance spirit.
'Ibby" takes up snooker.
Acadia Married Section President,
Ray Huene and his family
MARRIED RESIDENCES Linda Mitchell punches meal tickets.
Ironing in Kootenay House
At the Christmas banquet
MEN'S
RESIDENCES
Page  174 Roy Johnson studies PUBLICATIONS COORDINATOR OF
PUBLICATIONS
Jim Horsman, Co-ordinator of Publications
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Rich Scardina, Advertising Manager
Mrs. Dore, Secretary
As Co-ordinator of Publications, Jim Horsman was responsible for all business arrangements connected with
U.B.G's six publications: the
Ubyssey, Totem, Raven, Pique,
Student Handbook, and Directory. He. handled budgets and
expenditures, negotiated with
printers and engravers and coordinated photography services.
The task of co-ordinating advertising for the Alma Mater
Society was relegated to Rich
Scardina.
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Ross Craigie, editor of the student
direaory and handbook, is in charge
of the who, what, where and why of
the U.B.C. student. Raven, edited by
Kerry Feltham, is U.B.C.'s literary
magazine while Pique edited by Ed
Aho, handles the efforts of the budding humourists on campus.
Ross Craigie, Editor of Tuum Est and
Birdcalls
Ed Aho, Editor of Pique
Kerry Feltham, Editor of Raven
Page 177 Elaine Bissett, Associate Editor
UBYSSEY STAFF
Published three times weekly, the
Ubyssey covers events of interest to the
university whether on or off campus. As
the official news organ of the A.MS. the
paper gives advance notice of club, social, and athletic events. This year the
editorial staff encouraged better journalism by providing city news staff members for student instruction periods. Faculty "special" pages were another constructive innovation which gave the
1959-60 Ubyssey its more mature appearance. Some of the regular staff not
pictured are: Reporters and desk: Allen
Graves, Dianne Greenall, George Rail-
ton, Art Powell, Bill Rainer; Sports,
Mike Hunter, Fred Fletcher, Alan Dafoe;
Features: Leslie Kopas.
Kerry    White,    Editor-in-Chief,
with reporter Brad  Crawford.
confer;
Del   Warren,   Managing   Editor
Page 178
Bob Hendrickson, News Editor
Sandra  Scott, Features Editor. Irene    Frazer,    C U. P.    Editor,    Senior Editor. Allan   Chernov,   Senior  Editor
Farida  Sewell,  Senior Editor
Mike Sinclair, Critics Editor
Ann Pickard, Ernie Harder, Sports Editors
Wendy Barr, Clubs  Editor
John Russell, Reporter
Derek Allen, Reporter
Morley  Shortt,  Reporter
Page  179 Debbie
Brown, Coordinator
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Carolyn Wright, Art Editor
TOTEM STAFF
Nancy Paul, Editor in Chief
Throughout the school year the Totem
office in Brock basement is a hive of activity with staff members planning page
layouts and choosing pictures, section editors chasing up photo assignments, and photographers chasing up subjects. Finally, out
of the apparent confusion, emerges the finished yearbook which this year's editorial
staff hopes will provide an enjoyable record
of the students at U.B.C. and the life they
led during 1959-60.
Carole Stuart, Copy Editor
Lynette Williams, Layout Editor
Sandra Gailus, Rewrite Editor
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Cathy Nimmo, Editor Grads and
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John Auld, Greeks Editor.
Bev Chong, Fine Arts Editor.
Staff Members. Grads and Faculties: Marguerite Lavigne, Dorea
Huovinen, Anne Grierson, Shirley
Cuthbertson, Mary Brown, Anne
Dunlop, Marion Hay. Campus
Life: Dave Ellis. Rewrite: Maureen McHale, Donna Ferguson.
Layout: Mike Hoskins, Bob Cars-
tens, Richard Hankin. Administration: Mary Lou Poole, Karen
Southard, Jack Kepper. Greeks:
Barry Philpotts, Murray Handford.
Women's Sports: Pat MacGregor.
Organizations: Miriam Roberts,
Flora Thompson.
Stan Garfinkel, Queens Editor.
Ric Spratley, Publications Editor.
Joan Sutton, Awards Editor.
Anita Johnson, Campus Life Editor
and Dave Ellis.
Mike Campbell and Clark Gilmour,
Men's Sports Editors.
Barb Wallace, Organizations Editor.
Diane McNaughton, Women's Sports
Editor.
Glenda Maclnnes, Administration
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Leslie Kopas, Buildings Editor. I
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Roger McAfee, Photography Editor
Norm McEwen
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PHOTOGRAPHERS
Working under the high pressure of ever present
deadlines the Ubyssey photograph staff provided up
to the minute coverage of all major campus events.
This year, as the paper moved into its newly redecorated offices, organization was one of the main
concerns of photo editor Roger McAfee and head
photographer Colin Landie. Among their projects
is a complete file of all pictures taken that will be
available to staffers in the coming years.
Ray Brigg
Peter Maharajah TOTEM
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Out of the Totem darkroom into the
files of the yearbook, photographers
poured countless pictures of every phase
of campus life, of buildings and huts, of
club officials, of social and sports events,
of award winners and queen candidates.
In short, the fourteen Totem photographers under their hardworking editor
Lloyd Spence and darkroom manager
Dave Vawter worked odd hours from
the beginning of October to provide a
pictorial record of the U.B.C. year.
Doug Symons
George Draskoy
Jim Young
Dave Vawter, Darkroom Manager
Barrie Raynor
Dave Redekop
Fred Schrack
Page 183  FINE ARTS SPECIAL
Special Events Committee.  Back Row (L. to R.):   Al Smith, Doramy Hodson, Charles Lankester, Jane
Colechester, Nancy Lee Williams, Dave Sproule.   Front Row:   Sandra Shephard, Mike Warren, Chairman.
The Special Events Committee this
year has provided diversified entertainment of high calibre in the fields of
music, poetry and art. In certain cases
they have presented artists in conjunction
with various departments and clubs.
Professor Al Cox entertains with a vareity of folk songs.
Page 186 EVENTS
Kirby Stone Four:   The appearance of the Kirby Stone Four drew a large appreciative audience.
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a programme of Spanish numbers.
Page 187 Warmup for Homecoming festivities began at the Pep Meet held in
the Armouries. The King's Four captivated an audience with their clever
singing, dancing and mime. Music at
the Homecoming dances was provided
by talented arranger Jerry Gray and
his orchestra.
Page 188 The international acclaimed company Susana y Jose has become synonymous with the best in Spanish
dance. The group is composed of the
stars and their accompanists, a pianist, guitarist, and flamenco singer.
With a programme of folk art, classical dance and music making, the group
gives a performance of elegance, colour, and verve.
Page 189 A class practices exercises in balance and weight
control.
Instructress   Miss   Dorothy   Somerset   explains   a
scene.
THEATRE WORKSHOP
Under the direction of Miss Dorothy Somerset students enrolled in
Theatre 200 are taught the fundamentals of speech and acting. Breath
support and control, articulation, and
individual freedom of expression are
practiced in the former, while mime
and interpretation of different roles
are performed in acting.
Page 190 DRAMA
Theatre goers this year, were
treated to several top productions
and outstanding performances by
local actors. The academic year began in grand style with the appearance of the former Broadway play
"Harvey." The rollicking comedy
was produced by the Haney Correctional Institute Players and was directed by Anthony Holland. Other
productions this season included
Henry Ibsen's "Litde Eyolf, Ugo
Betti's "The Queen and the Rebels,"
Peter Ustinov's "Romanoff and
Juliet," and Shaw's "Arms and the
Man."
Director, Ian Thome, goes over the script with
leading  players  Penny  Gaston   and  Frank  Able.
Walter   Shynkaryk,   Martin   Bartlett,   Barney  Baker,   Elizabeth
Kaiser. "What's your problem, son?"'
Frank    Able,    John    Sparkes,
Time  for  a  coffee break.
Cecil    Plotnikoff.
Page 191 THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA MACE
The University of British Columbia's new mace was carved and designed by Vancouver sculptor George Norris in consultation with Bill Reid and B. C. Binning. The
Indian club shape and Indian design were finally chosen because they coincided with
British Columbia's historical theme. The beautiful yew wood club, faced with a copper
Thunderbird, is close to 3 Vi feet in length and weighs approximately 30 pounds.
Page 192 Monument marking the proposed
site of the Japanese Tea Gardens
on North-West Marine Drive.
Showcase displays in  the Library are  arranged by students.
Page 193 Art   Gallery's   secretary,   Miss   June   Barnish,   points   out   the   design   of   a
Finnish rug.
Although the Art Gallery does not have a permanent
collection it maintains a continuous display of loan exhibits
by renting or borrowing from other galleries and circuits.
Shows by local and other artists, art organizations, and institutions are also included in the Gallery's programme, thus
providing numerous sources and a wide variety of material
from which to select exhibits.
FINE
ARTS
GALLERY
Vicki Husband studies architecture model.
Page 194
Architecture student, Gene Kinoshita's Jazz Centre
for Vancouver is shown at the right. The model
won first plize of $2,J00 in the 19S9 Pilkington
(Glass)  Awards. FINE
ARTS
ROOM
The Fine Arts Room which is located on the main floor of the Library provides
facilities for students who wish to study or obtain information pertaining to Fine Arts.
Librarian in charge, Miss Dwyer, who is pictured above, along with her assistant Mrs.
Magnusen, efficiently keeps approximately 9,000 books and numerous periodicals available for student and faculty use. After being re-modelled this year, the studying room
will accommodate approximately 60 to 80 students.
MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY
Student Gerald Sager finds it quiet in the Fine
Arts' stacks.
The Anthropology Museum contains about
15,000 catalogued items and is under the supervision of Curator James Garner.
Page 195 BROCK MURAL
U.B.C.'s first student-commissioned
mural has been created by Architecture professor Lionel Thomas and his
wife, Patricia. The unusual mural, the
second of its kind made in Canada,
consists of 88 square feet and has 500
pieces of mosaic per square foot.
Home of the new mural is to be on the wall of the Brock
Extension.
Italian  glass  tile  and   bronze mosaic  pieces  are arranged   to
form   colourful   and   interesting   designs.
Each one of the 55 panels is arranged to suggest the interrelationship of the various fields of higher education. SCULPTURE
The programme of studies for students in the School of Architecture
includes work in the scientific, humanistic and aesthetic fields. On this
page are shown students developing
the aesthetic aspect through modeling,
carving, and construction by using the
variety of materials provided in Architecture 471.
Don Ward quickly applies Plaster of Paris to clay model.
A small tool is used to remove tiny pieces of clay.
Architecture student, Don  Marshall, with  his model, Clyde
Griffith, in the background.
Page 197 Graduate of the Institute of Fine Arts in Florence, Italy, Mr.  Santo Mignosa works on a figure
"Adventure Into Space (Icarus)" in the Sculpture Hut. U.B.C PHOTOS
CREATIVE ART
Page 198
In the Ceramics Hut at Acadia Camp
finishing touches are applied to a large
wheel-thrown bowl. U.B.C. is fortunate in having many
talented, creative people working on
its campus. Included in this group is
Mr. Santo Mignosa, currently an instructor in Ceramics and Scultpure
at the Art Centre, Acadia Camp. Since
his arrival from Italy in 1957, Mr.
Mignosa has won several awards for
his exhibits in Canada, the United
States, and Belgium.
The art of "throwing" a large bowl on a
wheel is demonstrated.
Surrounded by a collection of his hand-built works, Mr. Mignosa demonstrates the application of
design to a large vase. The tall figure in the middle of the table, "The Girl," received First Prize at the
B.C. Potters' Annual Show in 1958.
Page 199 An Exhibition
of Photography
by four students
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tradition for UBC in 1959 and parking
presented an additional problem with
A's, B's and far too many G's for the
space . . . Otherwise the long line-ups
and hectic confusion of registration failed
to break the enthusiasm of the students
who came strongly forth to reach a new
high in enrollment. Little sisters on parade.
A rainy day catastrophe for freshettes to
contemplate.
ORIENTATION
A big  sister suggests  a combination of
football and French.
Twenty-five hundred frosh were introduced to university social life with the
yearly excitement of orientation festivities. Here we see costumes at the big
and little sister banquet sponsored by
the AWS . . . Frosh get the age-old hazing treatment.
This year the rain poured down in
buckets, freshettes were dragged to the
Aggie seat of justice . ..
Louise Broome laughs in captivity
Startled Frosh  receive sentence  from Kangaroo Court
Page 206 A study in contrast
PHOTOS BY BILL CUNNINGHAM CLUBS' DAY
Thursday, October 1 was packed with
activity as students thronged to the
Armouries for Clubs' Day. Approximately 70 organizations decorated booths
and lured new members into their
groups. Outside VOC was scaling the
wall, inside Jack Cullen kept up a lively
commentary, music blared and the crowd
thickened . . .
Dance   Club:   Norm   Leggett   and   Barb   Dobson   perform
Trampoline  attracts  attention  outdoors
Winners for the best booth — Prism CONVOCATION
The long awaited degree
The  mace  takes  an  honoured position
The faculty procession
Each Fall Convocation is held
and UBC adds to her list of graduates. There is a dignified atmosphere, much nervousness, a sense
of accomplishment, hope for the
future . . . LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE "   ".
Female football huddle
Professors  and  their "rollectrics"
Rainy weather did not dampen the enthusiasm of the hundred and fifty student
representatives and faculty members who
attended the fifth annual Leadership
Conference at Camp Elphinstone. The
purpose of the conference, held on
Thanksgiving weekend, was to gather
student leaders from the various campus
organizations to discuss and try to resolve
student problems . . . The program was
not completely academic as the delegates
enjoyed dancing, singsongs, and competitive skits. The walk  from   the  Faculty  Club  flagpole  to  the War Memorial Gymnasium.
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WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR FREEDOM
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HUNGARIAN
DEMONSTRATION
The third anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution on October 23 was
commemorated by the students, graduates and faculty of the Sopron Division
of Forestry at U. B. C. Since their escape
into Austria and then to Canada, the
Hungarians have continued their education as part of our University. Upon
graduation of students now in their third
year, the Sopron Division will cease to
exist . . .
The wreath was placed without ceremony
Page 212 BLOOD DRIVE
In October, Commerce sponsored its annual Blood Drive. A total of 1645 pints
were donated in five days of the drive and
ninety-nine in a special serum donation.
Inter-faculty competition sparked Nurses to
raise one hundred thirty-seven per cent of
their quota, Aggies, one hundred thirty-five
per cent. They were far ahead of Foresters
who bled ninety per cent and Engineers
who gave only an anaemic fifty-six . . .
Sandra Scott bleeds nobly
The  preliminaries
Page 213 The Booster Club Band plays vociferously for U.B.C.
Excited cheerleaders and a crowded jalopy.
HOMECOMING
At the Pep Rally, Majorettes concentrate on entertaining. As the campus increases in size and
depth, Homecoming grows to a great
size . . . The pep rally, with the parade
of queen candidates, started the 1959
weekend off fabulously. Class reunions,
the football game and two dances were
the main events. Both old and young
alums joined with students, a wonderful
time was had. John Goodwin was chairman for the festivities.
James Sinclair receives the Great Trekker
Award.
Naida Chernenkov is  a  radiant queen
A  foursome  takes  time out  at  the dance MARCH
OF
DIMES
The   girls   line   up,   Nurses   on
the right.
This year's rain-drenched Tea Cup
Game collected $700 for the Vancouver
Children's Hospital. The valiant Home
Ec. team were defeated 14 to 6 by the
efficient blocking and tackling of the
Nurses' "Panhandlers." Chariot racing
and beer guzzling by Engineers and Foresters supplied half-time entertainment.
Lynne Bredin, one of the "Home Wreckers.'
Home Ec   gets ready. THE
LILY
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Kerry gets out as engineers in the background prepare to dunk another victim.
Engineers continued the questionable college tradition
by capturing candidates for the Lily Pond. Kerry White,
Ubyssey Editor, was so honoured once each term and Agriculture's Bernie Papke was another choice. This year a new
gimmick, the "tripod," lowered the unfortunate ones.
Kerry cracks the January ice.
Page 217 Left,   a   German  exchange   student   talks   with   Joanne  Dawson,   Val
Capstick, and Bob Dickie.
ACADEMIC SYMPOSIUM
The theme of the Fourth Annual Academic
Symposium held from February 5 to 7 at Parksville
was "The Purpose of Education." Forty faculty
members, ninety-five students and ten alumni participated in a series of panels, group discussions, and
evening song-fests. Topics discussed included, "The
Expert versus the Well Rounded Individual" and
"Science and the Language Requirement." Recommendations against compulsory lecture attendance
and for a week's break before exams were brought
forward.
Doing the Hokey-Pokey.
Page 218 President MacKenzie contributes to discussion.
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Noon-hour Frosh Debate on Individualism.
The Brock game room intrigues many.
A transaction in the College Shop.
Time spent in the bookstore.  FROSH QUEEN
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and W.U.S.C. Skiing, sailing, skating
and swimming, keep her busy. MARDI  GRAS   QUEEN
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also a U.B.C. cheerleader and vice-president of her sorority. Swimming and
badminton are her sports interests.
SIGMA CHI
JOANNE McLEAN . . . modelling, skating, skiing and swimming take up
Joanne's leisure time ... A member of
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, she plans
to graduate with a B.Sc. degree in honours bacteriology.  GREEKS
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Page 232
Joan Greenwood introduces queen
candidates. (L to R.): Alpha Gam,
Hary Hudson; A. D. Pi, Barb Salon-
en; A. O. Pi, Teresa McNally, Alpha
Phi, Pat Killy; G. D., Sandra Shep-
hard; D. Phi E., Reni La Fohn;
Gamma Phi Beta, Elaine Bissert;
Theta, Marie Karlsen and Kappa,
Anne Kelly.
Fraternity skits, queen parade and
entertainment by the "Four Winds"
were Pep Meet features. MARDI GRAS
Mardi Gras was successful with a "Deep South"
theme: over $2,000 was raised for the Children's
Foundation as the I960 all-Greek donation. The
two night masquerade was planned by a large committee under the co-chairmanship of Dave McGarth
and Jeanne Davidson. The music was written and
directed by Brian Gibson while Marcia Rowland
handled the choreography. Reigning over the festivities were Queen Mary Hudson from Alpha Gamma Delta and King Phil Tinglev from Phi Gamma
Delta.
Page 233 Anxious   brothers   await   new   pledges
RUSHING
At the beginning of the Fall
term the period known as "rushing" is set aside by the campus
fraternities and sororities to enable
all interested students to learn more
about these organizations and ultimately to join one.
After tours, coke parties, teas
and theme parties, the girls are all
given sorority bids and thus become pledges. Following the receipt of bids in Brock Hall, the
girls head to the caf for "Screech
Day" and begin participating in the
activities of their respective groups.
The fraternity rushees, after registering at the A.M.S. office, go
through a period of dinners, stag
parties and handshaking. At last
the rushees sign their final bids in
the auditorium and they become
fraternity pledges.
A new  member  is  greeted
Page 234 Rushees waiting for bids.
Screech Day in the Caf.
Pledge class presidents
PROVINCE PHOTO
Page 235 PANHELLENIC  ASSOCIATION AND INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL
The Panhellenic Association is the
governing body of the nine sororities
on campus. It is composed of an executive and two representatives from
each of the sororities.
Panhell sponsored the annual bridge
and bowling tournaments, intramural
sports, the Fall Rush Workshop, the
Spring Workshop, and Punch Parties
to acquaint first year girls with the
sororities. Mardi Gras at the Commodore and Song Fest at the Queen
Elizabeth Theatre were sponsored
jointly by Panhellenic and I. F. C.
Late in the year the Panhellenic House
was completed next to International
House on Marine Drive. There each
group is provided with a chapter room
for meetings and in the future a common lounge will be added.
Executive.    Standing   (L.  to R.):  Sue Kelsey, Bev Clarke, Hinda Arbour.
McLeod, President Barb Scott, Barb Keatley, Marg Baker.
Seated: Lois Miller, Donna
The I. F. C. acts as a link between the
fraternities and the faculty and coordinates
the policies, ideas and problems which involve the fraternities at U. B. C It also
regulates the rushing and bidding of an
increasing number of new men joining the
groups.
This year Greek Week was initiated, its
purpose being to give university men an
opportunity to learn more about the diversified activities included in fraternity life.
Another project sponsored by I. F. C. was
Help Week when over 300 fraternity and
sorority pledges worked for organizations
like the Jewish Community Centre and the
John Howard Society. In addition, there
were over ninety pledges helping to complete the Red Feather Drive.
Executive.    Standing   (L.  to  R.):  Jim Hamilton, Bob Brewer, Bill
Yuill, Ron Foster.    Seated: President Larry Campbell.
Page 236 ALPHA  GAMMA DELTA
Alpha Gamma Delta has had another successful and rewarding year.
In 1959 they again won the Marjorie
Leeming trophy for the all-round sorority. Alpha Gams were represented
on High School Conference, Mardi
Gras, A.W.S., Leadership, W.U.S.,
Frosh Orientation and Homecoming
Committees as well as the Undergraduate Societies. Each member devoted
time and energy to the sorority's altruistic project, the Cerebral Palsy Association. The girls also enjoyed
many social activities ranging from
the annual "Hard Times" pledge party
to the Spring Formal.
Dress Rehearsal
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Song Fest warm  up
Active in Intramural Sports such as swimming,
basketball, tennis, and badminton, the A. D. Pi's
also were hostesses at a number of social events
throughout the year. The Mother and Daughter
Tea was held during first term followed by the
annual Spring Formal called the "Dixieland Ball,"
the Father and Daughter Coffee Party, and the Graduation Tea. Philanthropic work was furthered by
weekly visits to the Crippled Children's Hospital.
Who's for Intramurals?
Seven no trump ALPHA PHI
Call this dinner?
Alpha Phi's a scream.
Alpha Phis highlighted another successful year with participation in the
Song Fest and Mardi Gras, their Formal held in the Panorama Roof of the
Hotel Vancouver, including the selection of a "dream man," and finally
the summer camp which gave the girls
a chance to get together during the
holidays.
Song Team.
Tuesday meeting at the Black Spot. ALPHA OMICRON PI
Among A.O.Pi's activities are exchanges,
a pledge party, the Seattle Invasion, Graduation Breakfast, Mother and Daughter Tea
for the Pledges, the Rose Ball, and a Post-
Rush Bash.
As well as winning the Scholarship Cup
A.O.Pi supported the Cerebral Palsy Foundation with the "Figures in Fashion" Show
at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. The U.B.C.
Chapter also hosted the International Convention in Victoria last summer.
After the meeting, before the coffee.
"Line Up."
Lucky Dog.
Page 240 DELTA GAMMA
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Come sojourn with me.
Delta Gamma was named the most cooperative sorority in rushing this year by
Panhellenic. As part of their philanthropy
D. G.'s read daily to four blind students on
the campus.
Socially, D. G.'s were busy with the annual dinner at Ming's, the Formal at the
Vancouver Tennis Club, teas, and Founders'
Day Banquet. The chapter hosted Seattle
D. G.'s in an international weekend. Following exams, D. G.'s sojourned to Yellow-
point for a week of leisure.
What apes?
Study break.
PHOTO BY BILL DENNETT.
Page 241 DELTA PHI EPSILON
At the beginning of the year, Delta
Phi Epsilon sponsored the annual
"Pledges on Parade" dance at which
all sorority pledges were formally introduced into Greek society.
The D. Phi E.'s international philanthropic charge is Cystic Fibrosis and
U.B.C's chapter once again upheld its
commitment by giving support. It also
gave financial aid, in the form of a
bursury, to a deserving undergraduate.
During December, 1959, many Vancouver D. Phi E.'s attended the International Convention in Atlanta,
Georgia.
Socially the D. Phi E.'s were occupied with many successful parties,
exchanges and their annual Founder's
Day Formal.
Luau
Decorating for the Pledge Party
Puppy love
Page 242 GAMMA PHI BETA
Gamma Phi Beta has two summer
camps for underprivileged children
which it maintains as its philanthropic
work. It also holds an annual Valentine's Day Party for these small campers. Gamma Phi Beta participated enthusiastically in such campus affairs
as intramural sports, and the annual
Song Fest. Among other memorable
events during the year, the Hard
Times Party and the Carnation Ball
were foremost. With the completion
of Spring Exams, Gamma Phi members sojourn for a week at their
Sechelt camp.
Gamma Phi's relax after their meeting
Sandra and a camper.
. . while the kitchen committee cleans up.
Page 243 KAPPA ALPHA THETA
Kappa Alpha Theta has enjoyed one
of its most busy and successful years.
The season began with a banquet to
honour the new pledges in October
and a Mother and Daughter Tea early
in November. The second term began
with a ski weekend on Hollyburn for
old and new actives: the annual formal was the highlight of the Spring
functions.
The Thetas and Fijis combined to
give a Christmas party for children at
the Loyal Protestant Home. Continued
support was given to the international
Theta philanthropy, the Institute of
Logopedics in Wichita.
As school ends, Thetas will leave
for a short holiday to recuperate from
exams.
A noon hour meeting
At P.O.P.
Congratulations
Page 244 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
The past year has been a busy one
for Gamma Upsilon chapter of Kappa
Kappa Gamma under the presidency
of Jane Hodgins. Its main concern
for I960 was the acquisition of a new
philanthropy, the Foundation for Emotionally Disturbed Children. Next Fall
the girls hope to work with the children personally,
Several Kappas have been outstanding in campus activities, taking part in
Mardi Gras, Student Council, Song
Fest, and political clubs. Exchanges,
teas and parties livened the academic
year and kept the girls closely united.
A night at the Matterhorn
Progressive dinner
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fraternities at U.B.C., was founded at
Hamilton College, New York, in
1832. The fraternity believes in a full
schedule of university activities with
emphasis placed on the intramural
sports, campus leadership, and the
Literary meetings. Highlights of the
social year included a rousing pledge
party, the traditional International
with the Washington Chapter, and
the Spring Formal.
International.
Work Week.
Literary meeting.
Page 246 ALPHA  TAU OMEGA
The Epsilon Pi chapter of Alpha
Tau Omega has been in existence on
the U.B.C. campus since 1947. In
1959-60 they contributed to the organization of Help Week, competed
in intramural sports and participated
in various social events. Included in
their calendar were Mardi Gras, Song
Fest, and the Saturday night parties
at the fraternity house on Point Grey
Road.
Brock meeting.
1959 Congress.
Outstanding Activity Award—Mike Young.
Page 247 BETA THETA PI
Happy song team
Beta Theta Pi, founded in
1839, formed a chapter at
U.B.C. in 1936. The fraternity
takes pride in its reputation on
campus as a versatile group. At
present they are holders of the
Song Fest Trophy and the Hous-
ser Cup, indications of their desire to take part in all phases of
campus life as well as to maintain a high scholastic standing.
Social activities during the year
included the pledge party, the
Spring Formal and their biggest
event, the Beta Dairy.
Beta Boat Race at the Dairy DELTA KAPPA EPSILON
Some of the Dekes
The U.B.C. chapter
of Delta Kappa Epsilon
was established in
1949. Since that time
its membership has
steadily increased until
today it has become
one of Dekes' finest
Canadian chapters. Activities such as Song
Fest and a variety of
parties and projects
have made this year a
memorable one.
Viva la republica
In one ear
Page 249 DELTA   UPSILON
This year marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of Delta Upsilon's British Columbia chapter. It is a non-secret fraternity
stressing the promotion of friendship, the
development of character, the diffusion of
liberal culture and the advancement of
justice. The D.U.'s, a spirited group, have
always been active in campus affairs, particularly intramural sports.
Boat race warm-up
Pledge) serenading
Pledges using a little elbow grease
Page 250 KAPPA SIGMA
The youngest of Kappa Sigma's Canadian chapters, Epsilon Epsilon strives to
maintain a well rounded philanthropic, academic and social programme. Besides such
traditional events as the Sorority Pledge
Breakfast, the pledge party, and their formal, the Sweetheart Ball, the fraternity also
participated in intramurals, Homecoming,
Mardi Gras, and Help Week. This year"
the chapter sent several members to take
part in Conclaves in Denver and Banff
where they exchanged ideas and views with
Kappa Sigs from all over the United States
and Canada.
Kirby Stone Four?
Tux time
Check!
Page 251 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
Fraternity welcome
Study?
Zeta Xi chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha,
which has been on campus since 1944, won
the much coveted Scholarship Cup this year.
All the members were kept very busy
throughout the Fall and Spring participating
in such social events as the Crescent Queen
Contest, the Crescent Ball and several inter-
fraternity functions while one member, Russ
Brink, held a position on the Student
Council.
Find it Joe?
No student parking here!
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The past year has been a good one for Pi
Gamma chapter of Phi Gamma Delta with emphasis
on scholastic and philanthropic achievement as well
as brotherhood and social activities. Rushing was
very successful for the Fijis with the pledging of
thirty-four top rushees.
On the social calendar the highlights were the
Grass Skirt, the New Year's Eve party, the Spring
Formal, and the Norris Pig Dinner together with
many informal parties held at the fraternity house
on Wesbrook Crescent.
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Page 253 PHI DELTA THETA
This year the Phi Delts held
their traditional "Boheme" party,
the Bowery, and the Spring formal. Giving athletics, social
life and scholarship their usual
fraternity emphasis they participated in Mardi Gras, Song Fest,
intramurals and the International
Phi Delt Community Service
Day. In addition to the active
chapter there was a strong Vancouver alumni group and Mothers' Club.
Phil Delts keep busy in Help Week
Lots of energy
Enjoying the sun before exams
Page 254
Les Bohemes PHI KAPPA PI
Buffet Dinner, Formal Style
Phi Kapp Annual Formal
Phi Kappa Pi, Canada's only
national fraternity, was the first
one established on this campus.
For over forty years it has been
emphasizing the brotherhood of
Canadians at U.B.C. The three
main events of this year were
the Orphanage Party, the Active-
Alumni Stag, and the Spring
Formal. Enthusiastic participation in the Song Fest and Mardi
Gras, as well as in intramurals,
has given the brothers a well-
rounded campus life.
Song Team—"The Stout Hearted Men"
Page 255 PHI KAPPA SIGMA
Impersonations by Ross Craigie
Was it a good one?
Off  to Australia — minus the girls
The Phi Kap philosophy that "study
comes first" has not prevented the fraternity from taking part in a well-
rounded social program this year. The
Fall pledge class of nineteen, initiated
in November, gave them a large active
membership which has participated enthusiastically in campus and fraternity
activities.
As Phi Kappa Sigma continues to
grow it maintains brotherhood within
itself and the feeling of genuine friendship with others that has been Phi Kaps'
trademark.
Page 256 PSI UPSILON
Tuesday night singsong
Lots of advice at hand
Founded at Union College in
Schenectady, N. Y., in 1833, Psi
Upsilon is one of the oldest fraternities. Zeta Zeta chapter at U.
B. C. was installed in 1935. The
fraternity emphasizes scholastic
achievement by encouraging each
brother to do well in his studies.
The highlight of the social calendar
—the Spring Formal held at the
Panorama Roof—was attended by
both actives and alumni.
Page 257 SIGMA ALPHA MU
The lively end of the table.
U.B.C's Sigma Alpha Mu is one of more than
fifty chapters in North America celebrating their
Golden Jubilee this year. Important events of Mu
Xi chapter, established at U.B.C. in 1948, are the
annual Hawaiian party, the active-alumni stag, and
the regional Christmas convention held in Seattle.
The fraternity also ranks high in the scholarship
competition.
Page 258
Stan relaxes at the Sammy House. SIGMA   CHI
Delta Omicron of Sigma Chi has been
on campus for eleven years. Although
it is relatively young at U.B.C. it belongs
to one of the oldest and largest college
Greek letter societies in the world. The
program this year has included Song
Fest and the Toga Party. At the annual
formal, the Sweetheart Ball, candidates
from the various sororities vie in a
friendly competition for the right to represent Delta Omicron at the International
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi contest.
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Kitchen talk.
Page 25? SIGMA PHI DELTA
Informal initiation
Indians and firewater
Sigma Phi Delta is an international, professional, and social
fraternity of engineering students and alumni. Its three Greek
letters stand for Science, Friendship, and Duty. Among its aims
is the advancement of the Engineering Profession. Members are
encouraged to maintain excellence in scholarship and participate
actively in a complete social program and campus affairs. Social
life is accentuated by the annual Indian Party and the Spring
Formal, which an enthusiastic Alumni Chapter supports wholeheartedly.
Work  Party
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Beta Tau has had one of the most prosperous years in its history. Without sacrificing the high scholastic standing
typical of past years, the members participated in a full social program, including the Halloween Masquerade, the Grey
Cup Party, the Bermuda Short Party, and
the Spring Formal.
Relaxation
The Executive
Page 261 ZETA PSI
Zeta Psi, in celebrating the construction of another highly eventful year, attributes its successes to
the rampant enthusiasm of the
membership. With traditional emphasis on brotherhood, co-operation
and organization, the fraternity
saw individual Zetes rise to prominence in several fields of endeavor.
Off campus Zeta Psi continued its
philanthropic work.
Kibitzers for Canasta?
His first brew
No fooling! LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA
(PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY SORORITY)
"Esse quam Videre" — to be rather
than to seem. This motto embodies the
basic principles of Lambda Kappa
Sigma: To provide guidance and to establish a high professional, educational
and cultural standard among women in
Pharmacy are the sorority's major aims.
L K. S. is. the oldest and largest professional pharmacy sorority in the world.
Founded in 1913 at the Massachusetts
College of Pharmacy, the sorority attained an international status in 1956
with the establishment of Alpha Lambda
chapter at U. B. C. The sorority is affiliated with Professional Panhellenic.
Lambda Kappa Sigma plays an important part in Pharmacy students' activities at U. B. C. by catering at Ph. U.S.
mixers and selling refreshments at general meetings. The sorority's social functions are climaxed in the Initiation
Formal which is held during the second
term.
So this is a work party!
Dreamers:  M.  Palmey,  A.   Gladstone, L.  Sing, A.  Fetzko, J. Chong.
It's coffee — honest!  BUILDINGS
mmmmmmmmmmmwmmmWmtMmmmm One of the oldest buildings on the campus is the Forestry and Geology Building. Its ivy-covered walls contain
the Forestry Faculty as well as the Geology and Geography
Departments.
PHOTO BY N. E. SMYTHE
The War Memorial Gymnasium, built in 1951, cost
nearly $800,000 and was financed largely through student
effort. Open-air Empire Pool was built in 1954 for the
British Empire Games and was afterwards donated to the
university.
Page 266 The bright, modern Law Building, completed in 1952, is located
on the northern slope of the university grounds looking onto the
beautiful North Shore mountains
across the water.
Standing outside the Home Economics Building are Kathryn Rais-
beck, Josephine Wong, Penny
Stockman, Carol Naughton, and
Barbara Dobson.
Future teachers emerge from the
halls of the one-story Education
Building.
Page 267 A striking pattern of desks was found
in the new wing of the Chemistry Building. The original part of this building,
one of the oldest on campus, was constructed in 1925. The ultra-modern wing
was completed during the Fall term.
A pleasing pattern of windows is set into the south wall of the Chemistry extension.
At night the tinted glass of the windows gives a colorful brilliance to the building.
Page 268 The Wesbrook Building contains not
only the departments of Bacteriology and
preventative Medicine but also the university hospital. Completed in 1951, it
bears the name of Dr. Wesbrook, UB.G's
first president. Its hallways are quieter
than those of most other university buildings and, as seen by the photo less frequented.
The beautiful, modern Faculty Club was completed in 1959. It serves as a dining
and recreational area for faculty members as well as a centre for entertaining visiting
dignitaries.
Page 269 Union College, situated in the northeast corner of the
campus, serves as a student residence as well as a Theological
School.
Since 1929, Chancellor Boulevard has been the site of
the Anglican Theological College. This building is also a
student residence and training school.
Page 270 -I*
The small chapel of St. Andrew's Hall is the worship centre for
Presbyterians on the campus. St. Andrew's Hall serves as a residence
for Presbyterian students but does not offer degrees in Theology.
St. Mark's College is the attractive new residence for
Roman Catholic students on the campus.
Page 271 Isabel Maclnnis Hall is one of three comfortable modern
residences for women students.
Fort Camp, which overlooks Howe Sound, is a collection of converted army huts
which provide accommodation on the campus for men students.
Page 272 Mary Bollert Hall is one of the modern residences for
women at the university. These dorms are for first and
second year girls, providing pleasant campus-home surroundings.
Construction of Carey Hall, a Baptist students' residence
named in honour of the missionary William Carey, was
begun in 1959. The site is located on the east side of the
campus with the theological residences.
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Page 273 Pranks are a traditional part
of life at student residences. At
Acadia Camp, Room 20 of Hut
72, inhabited by Jack McKay
and Harry White, was completely  filled  with newspapers.
Besides memories of pranks, laughter, friends, and study, students who have
stayed at Acadia Camp will long remember the familiar line-ups in the dining
hall.
Page 274 Many married couples begin
their wedded life in small houses
near the gymnasium. Of necessity, their time is divided between family activities and university obligations.
The new faculty residences near Acadia Camp are comfortable and modern. They provide accommodation close to the university for professors and
their families.
Page 275 CAMPUS CORNERS
The University Library is the most familiar building on the campus, as well as
one of the oldest. It grows with the university. The main part was completed in
1925, the north wing in 1948 and the south
wing will be finished this year.
The Campus Cupboard is
operated by the Canadian National Institute for the Blind.
This small, unpretentious hut
has become a haven for students
and is crowded past capacity every noon-hour.
Page 276 Relaxing on the lawn, near
the Library, is a favorite pastime
during warm weather. In the
background "Mother and Child"
are shaded by drooping willow
trees.
The porch of Brock Memorial
Hall is a common meeting place
for students, the building being
the centre of student activity. It
is here that most of the student
organizations as well as the
Alma Mater Society have their
offices.
The lily pond in front of the
Library has become a traditional
part of campus life as it is often
used as a place to dunk Engineers and Ubyssey Editors. This
year it also became a swimming
pool for the Red Setter Thunder, U.B.C.'s mascot.
Page 277  ATHLETICS
m L.  to R.:  Don Robertson,  Ian Stewart,  John Minchindlo,  Glen Cox, Jack Henwood, Doug Mitchell, Ian Chang.
MEN'S ATHLETIC
ASSOCIATION
The MA.A. includes all sports
under the Men's Athletic Committee. The Booster Club and Big
Block Club are also represented,
actual meeting attendance being
limited to the two club presidents,
senior team managers, the M.A.A.
executive and a Ubyssey staff
member.
There are weekly meetings to
carry on the normal business of
building and maintaining the athletic plant on the campus. Problems of expansion, need for facilities, and publicity are dealt with
and recommendations are subsequently made to the Students'
Council or the MAC
Executive members for 1959-
1960 were: President Ian Stewart,
Secretary Doug Mitchell, Public Relations Officers Len Cox, Stuart
Robson and Ubyssey sports editor
Ernie Harder. Don Robertson and
Jack Henwood represented Boosters and Big Block. The Faculty
Athletic Director was Mr. R. J.
"Bus" Phillips.
L.  to R.:  John Hicks,  Terry Miller, Paul J&othe, Mac Brown, Ernie Harder, Al Paul,
Keith Casperson.
L. to R.: Roy Casperson, Pete Miller, Dave Wales, Chris Scott, Sid Brail, Bruce Mitchell,
Dave Gillanders.
Stuart Robson L.   to   R.:   Stan   Joughin,   John   Minchinello,   Denny   Argue,   Ian   Stewart,   Jack  Henwood,   Bill
McKerlich, Frank Iacobucci, Bruce Verchere, Alex Ross, Vic Warren.
BIG BLOCK CLUB
The Big Block Club is composed of all campus athletes who, by participation
in their own sports, have made outstanding team contributions. The President
for this past year has been Jack Henwood.
The club is chiefly a service organization which seeks to provide leadership
in athletics as well as in student government. The members are called upon to
offer service in performing miscellaneous tasks on campus. The climax of their
year is the Athletic Awards Banquet which is an elaborate occasion honouring
new award winners.
Back (L. to R.): G. Forward, G. McGavin, J. Hicks, W. D'Hondt, G. Mervyn, D. Howard,
B. Verchere, D. Mitchell. Middle: G. Cox, F. Sealey, P. Rothe, S. Joughin, A. Ross, P. Mc-
Pherson, R. Bianco, B. McKerlich, E. Rankin. Front: : V. Warren, D. Arnold, J. Minchinello,
D.  Argue, I. Stewart, D.  Shore, J.  Henwood, F. Iacobucci. Back Row: T. Miller (Jr. Mgr.), K. Craig, G. Turpin, P. Perron,
B. Crawford, P. Donald, H. Prout, J. Barberie, B. Turpin, S. Norris,
D. Barker, M. Williams, W. Osborne, L. Tuttle, M. Sharzer (Jr.
Mgr.). Middle Row: J. Dang (Sr. Mgr.), R. Towers, D. Mitchell
P. Joyce, R. Stewart (Ass't Coach), J. Hutchinson (Ass't Coach), G.
Hoar, F.  Gnup   (coach)   J. Henwood, B. Hindmarch   (Ass't Coach),
I. Stewart (Ass't Coach), J. Von Schilling, D. Argne, F. Baillie, J.
Beck, T. Moon (Jr. Mgr.). Front Row: G. Jackson (Ass't Trainer),
B. Cherpeta, J. Morris, S. Knight, D. Zarek, G. Bruce, B. McCallum,
B. Riedl, J. Olafson, G. Olafson, D. Lee, B. Squires, A. Roberts,
J. Owen   (Trainer).   Missing:   R. Bianco, T. Tutti.
FOOTBALL
Jim Olafson breaks away. U.B.C. defeated
Pacific Lutheran 23 to 18.
After valiant U.B.C. goal line stand,
Western Washington gets a touchdown. Gordy Olafson makes a flying tackle on the Western Washington quarterback.
In 1959-60 varsity football completed its most
successful season on record. The Birds, competing
for the first time in W.C.I.A.U., won the right to
represent the West in the Canadian final. They lost
to Western Washington in the decisive game but
managed to defeat some of their former conquerors
from the Evergreen Conference in exhibition play.
The Jayvees also had a good season, winning six
games straight and taking the Fraser Valley Championship.
JAYVEES. Standing (L. to R.): J. Jackson, T. Miller, B. Donaldson, W. Leman, J. Tolestrop, L. Hassen, K. Denike, S. Norris, G. Locke, E. Crast, D.
Wilson, N. Lane, R. Tomlinson, M. Sharzer, J. Owen. Seated: J. Dang, F. Gnup, B. Riedl, R. Kincade, M. Cullen, D. Warren, M. Hirsh, J. Palica, J. Mac-
Lean, A. Roberts, W. Kennedy, D. Zarek, T. Cardy, B. Hindmarch, T. Moon.
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Page 284 Laurie Tuttle makes a
shoestring tackle
U.B.C. tackled.
P.C.L. breaks away,
U.B.C. won 23 to 16
Page 285 ROWING
Before Frank Read started coaching in 1950, U.B.G crews had little success. Since
that time they have won three gold and four silver medals in international competition
(including the gold medal won by the Four without Cox at the Olympic Games in
Melbourne in 1956); and have also paid one visit to the Henley Royal Regatta, where
they narrowly missed winning the Grand Challenge Cup after defeating the Russian
team in the eliminations.
This last summer, with former U.B.C. Olympic oarsman David Helliwell as coach,
the eight won a silver medal at the Pan American Games in Chicago, losing to the
United States. A Four with Cox was also entered from U.B.C. and came fourth.
This year, with Frank Read coaching, the crew is once again stirring the waters
of Coal Harbour. Under the leadership of their captain Bill McKerlich, they have
their sights set on the Olympic Games in Rome this August.
The Eight training for the Pan American Games last summer. Barge training for the 1960 Olympics.
The  Four:   Keith  Donald,  Bowj   Vic  Gorcak,  No.   2;   Dave Pack,  No.   3;   Paul  Bernard,  Stroke;   and    Al Frazer, Cox.
CUNNINGHAM PHOTOS
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Members of the U.B.C. Cross-Country Team   (L.  to R.): D. Longstaff, D.
Van Nes, S. Joughin and J. McKay.
The 1959-60 Track Season has been the best ever for U.B.C. Although there was
no track in the W.C.I.A.U., U.B.C. competed very favorably in the Vancouver Relays
and the Evergreen Conference. Gordy Johnson in the 440 hurdle, Keith Wilson in the
440 dash, and Ron Samal in the pole-vault, will all attend Olympic trials in July. Carlos
Charles, one of the fastest sprinters U.B.C. has produced, recorded a time of 9-8 seconds
for the 100-yard dash The Cross-Country team competed for the W.GIA.U. Championship, but it was hindered by the injury of three top runners and the lack of experience. This new group is expected to become the nucleus of a winning team in the
near future.
The   beginning  of   the  W.C.I.A.U.   Cross-Country   Championships   in   Saskatoon.
Page 288 High  Jumper  Grant   Cameron  exhibits  fine  style  as  he  clears  the  mark  with  a
Western Roll.
Gordy Johnson in the 440 hurdles.
Keith  Wilson  broke the Evergreen Conference
and U.B.C. records in the 440.
Page 289 SOCCER
The soccer teams competed in the
Mainland League, second and third divisions. This year the Varsity squad
topped their league and stand an excellent chance of promotion to the first
division—the ultimate of soccer in Vancouver. The team had eight wins and
two losses which included a 7-1 defeat
of Portland State College in Portland last
Fall. Their top scorers are Bill Wedly,
Frank Sanop and Pat O'Brien while leading the defense is Frank Sealy who won
the Bobby Gaul Memorial Trophy for
1959.
Frank Sealy, Captain and defensive star.
Varsity Soccer Team   (L. to R.)   Back Row: F. Kurlic (Coach), K.   Horodisky, T.  Tutty,  D.   Bell,  F.  Sealy,  A.  Field,  F.  Jacobacci,
B. Dempsey, K. Watson.    Front Row: P. Glenn, B. Wedley, H. Schendel, F. Harrop, P. O'Brien, M. Luy.
Page 290 WRESTLING
UB.G wrestlers met the University
of Alberta winners at Edmonton
which was their main event and was
held March 5th. This is UJB.G's
eighteenth year of team wrestling,
and the members are proud to uphold the university standard at its
high level. Active participants were'
as follows: Bill Maslechko, Joe Kom-
lossy, Camille Apt, Keith Casperson,
Roy Casperson, Thorn Walder.
C Apt attempts a half-Nelson on Don Oxenburg while Referee Nick Mohammed  (former Olympic wrestler)  looks on.
R.   Casperson   is   subjected   to   a   supleiss   from
Henry Pyllkanen of the Finnish Club.
Page 291 RUGBY
U.B.C. fielded six rugby teams for the
1959-60 season. Participation was excellent — ninety active players competing each Saturday with many reserves
fighting for spots during weekday practices.
The 'Birds (1st team) and the Braves
(2nd team) competed in the city 1st division league; the Physical Education
team, the Tomahawks (Frosh "A"), and
the Totems (Varsity football team) competed in the city 2nd division "A" league;
the Frosh "B" team competed in the 2nd
division "B" league.
Up to the end of January, U. B. C.
teams had played 44 games, won 31, lost
9 (2 against their own teams), tied 4,
and scored 513 points for and allowed
only 193 against.
The Coach, Dr. Max Howell, worked
hard to improve techniques and stressed
team spirit with extremely successful results. U.B.C. rugby 'Birds will enter
World Cup Competition against California with high hopes.
U.B.C. jumps.
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Rugged action — U. B. C. against Maple Leaf.
Page 293 U.B.C.'s  Peter  Pellat  prepares  for  a  back  dive.
SWIMMING
AND
DIVING
Tom  Dinsley  tries  a  2V2  summersault with  a  full
twist.
Page 294 Gerry  Wakatsuka  grimaces  at  the start  of the 200  individual  medley.
Dio Creed demonstrates the butterfly stroke.
This year Swimming moved to the
W.C.I.A.U. level with the rest of
U.B.C. sports. Their schedule included
eleven meets: five home, six away.
The prospects were good, with the
addition this year of D. Page and B.
Petersen who have held Canadian records. A strong core of seasoned veterans gave the team great depth and
versatility. Although results were not
known at the time of printing, Coach
Peter Lusztig hopes to have a record
breaking year.
Backstroke is shown by Tim Lewis. FENCING
Having attracted more
than 43 members this
year, the U. B. C. F. C.
enjoyed an outstandingly
successful year under team
direction of J. H. Clark
and A. M. Coode. The
club did well at the Provincial tournament in
February. Next year the
U. B. C. F. C. expects to
be one of the largest athletic orgainzations on the
campus.
Morry Hestrin makes a passe attack to low line of Roller.
Back Row (L. to R.): Peter Roller, Brain Ormiston, Erin Moore, Gyula Kiss, Morry Hestrin, Julian
Clark. Front Row (L. to R.): Anthony Lock, Zoe Wetterstrom, Betty Richardson, Janice Shaw, and
Helmut Wieser. BADMINTON
The U. B. C. Badminton team continued
its high standard of play in several local
tournaments, giving stiff competition to
many of the top B. C. players. The U. B.
C. team has high hopes of winning the
Vancouver City Badminton League and the
W.CIA.U. competition at Winnipeg in
February.
Warren Bell, of  the  "A"  team,  returns  to position
after   clearing   a   shot  at   the   net.
Back (L. to R.): John Clement, Angus Petrie, Keith Tolman, Rolf Paterson, Jim Corrigan, Fred Fletcher,
Warren Bell (manager), Geoff. Atkinson. Front (L. to R.): Ed Auld, Geoff. Wing, Frank Emery, Wayne
Dutcher, Dave Brown, Roger McAfee, Peter Drummond, Bruce Forsyth.
Page 297 GYMNASTICS
Especially strong this year and with a steadily
growing membership, the Gymnastics Team has an
excellent chance of topping its Pacific Northwest
competition in the 1959-60 season. The team is
comprised of Deiter Weichert, a member of the second placing Canadian Team in the Pan American
Games, and G. Gannon, R. Finnigan, W. Mclntyre,
D. Avender, B. Kay, E. Kikegawa, B. Whitelaw, T.
Williams, M. Engelson, A. Hankey, D. McCuaig,
P. Pellat, A. Limber and G. Farstad. Dr. Douglas
Whittle is once again coaching the team with Alex
Ross as Captain, Paul Rothe as Manager and John
Hicks as Assistant Manager.
D.  Weichert on  the parallel bars performs  a back flip.
U.B.C. PHOTOS
Page 298
A.  Limber exacting a planche on the still  rings. WEIGHTLIFTING
For the first year UJB.G had a
complete weight-lifting team in addition to a number of outstanding performers. Wayne Cannon set new
Canadian Juvenile Records in the
Olympic lifts for the 165-lb. class
while Wes Woo set a new B.C. Bench
Press record. Richard Murakami broke
all the B.G Junior records in winning
the B.C. Junior 132-lb title.
Wayne Cannon  completing a  two-time snatch.
Roy  Bennett pressing   180  lbs.
Murry Rakinovitch, B.C. Junior 148-lb. Champion.
Page 299 Golds Team. Standing (L. to R.): Charles Olink, Vic Warren, Ron Lees, John Young, Dave Simpson, Gord Forward.
Kneeling: Nelson Forward, Neil Vickers, Chris Huntley, Ed
Andrews, Art Temple.
GRASSHOCKEY
Four strong teams represent U.B.C. in
Men's Grasshockey this year. They are the
Varsity, Golds, and Blues squads in the
Lower Mainland First Division and the
Pedagogues in the Second Division. Driving spirit has kept Varsity in and out of
first place all year. The race is for the
O. B. Allen Cup, symbolic of grasshockey
supremacy in B. C. A corner
Pedagogues  against   the  Vancouver  Crusaders
—U.B.C.'s Alan Dafoe dribbling.
Blues Team.    Standing  (L. to R-): G Newton, M. Mattu, J. Ekels, A. S. Rupaal, J. Swan, A. Smlilie,
N. Cripps, C. Webster.    Kneeling: J. Davidson, M. Gerry, B. McMillan.
Page 301 Jack Fenlon, standing;  Rudy Jalbert, delivering rock.
CURLING
Ian  Heslop preparing  to  sweep Ken  Strauss'  rock.
Preparing to sweep Ian Heslop's  rock. Some members of the U.B.C Curling Club watch while Bob Adams throws a rock.
In League competition, rinks skipped by Al Paul and Mike Frazer tied
in the "B" event, while those skipped by Jack Arnet and Cyril Pomeroy tied
in the "A" event. In addition, Jack Arnet's UJB.G rink placed third in
the Aggregate of the Totem Bonspiel — the largest contest in B. G Later
in February, the rink represented U.B.G in the W.C.LA.U. Championships
at Winnipeg.
Terry Miller at a curling practice.
Bob Christie and Jack Lutes bring a rock in for the Arnet rink.
Page 303 (L. to R.): J. Lusk, E. Gushue, D. Way, K. Winslade, B. Drummond, B. Berardino, E. Pedersen, M.
Potkonjak, K. Hartley.
BASKETBALL
U.B.C had three basketball
teams this year: the Birds, the
Jayvees, and the Braves. Not
only were the Birds entered in
both the W.C.I.A.U. and the
two Inter-City Basketball Leagues
but they also played exhibition
games against American Colleges. Exhibition games occupied the Jayvees while the
Braves played in the Junior
Men's League.
Ed Gushue moves in for a shot.
Page 304 U.B.C.'s Ken Winslade prepares to
receive the ball.
Page 305 Wayne Osborne checks
an Alberni lay-up attempt.
A jump shot by Ken Winslade.
The eyes of all team  members follow
the ball through for a single point.
Page 306 Ken   Winslade   looks   for   an  opening.
Players lean in anticipation as Keith
Hartley takes a free throw.
Keith Hartley leaves his check.
Page 307 TENNIS
In I960, U. B. C. performed excellently in Western Collegiate Tennis.
At the W.C.I.A.U. Tournament held
in Vancouver during the Fall term,
Edmund Valanty defeated his U. B. C.
teammate in the Men's Singles. Bob
Johnstone and George Bentley placed
second in the Men's Doubles while
John Sutherland and Sharon Whit-
taker took the Mixed Doubles Title.
The overall standings showed U. B. C.
easily winning the Men's Team Title
as they lost only one match in the
twenty-five played.
Edmund   Valanty,   Men's   W.C.I.A.U.   Champion.
Varsity Team.    Back  (L.  to R.):  Manager Dave Wales, Coach Paul
Willey,  Bob  Johnstone.     Front:   George Bentley,  John  Sutherland.
John in action. Bob Johnstone and George Bentley — Tennis Doubles' Winners.
GOLF
The top three members of the Golf
Team played the other four Western
Canadian Universities in the W.C.I.
A.U. golf championship here during
the Fall term. The U.B.C. team places
second after the University of Saskatchewan and John Curie tied for second in the individual scoring.
Varsity  Golf   Team.    Back   (L.  to R.):   Ken Brousseau, Mike Tomkin,  Ron Irish,
Doug Monroe.    Front: Gary Puder, John Curie, Mike Daley.
Missing:  H. Smith.
Page 309 SQUASH
The Squash team, little known
before this year, has done surprisingly well in competition. The
team has played matches as far
away as Portland and San Francisco,
as well as participating in eleven
local matches. This year's team
captain, Chris Scott, has won the
Washington Athletic Club Squash
Championship in Seattle.
Peter Hermont hits a half volley.
UJB.C  Squash Team   (L.   to R.):   Ian  Campbell,  Peter Hermont,  Captain
Chris Scott, Bill Whitelaw.
Page 310 CRICKET
The U. B. C. "A" Cricket Team
won the Fyfe-Smithe Shield and
also placed second in League
Championship play. In addition,
the "B" division team captured
their league championship, making
the past year U. B. G's best in
cricket history. Three players —
Frank Sealy Terry Parris, and Ken
Noble — were chosen to play on
the district representative team
against the touring English team.
Varsity "A" Team—Front Row (L. to R.): G. Persad,
A. Jagdeo, H. Amow, V. Stewart, J. Alexis. Back Row:
T. Parris, Captain F. Sealy, R. Cuthbert, E. Douglas,
R.  Corbie,  K.  Noble.
Varsity "B" Team—Front Row (L. to R.): N. Gough, C. Cobin, C Yetming, A.
Kahn, C Jagdeo. Back Row: Captain V. Stewart, L. John, R. Phelps, M. Lessey,
C.  Patterson,  K.  Julien.
Page 311 Table Tennis
Ramblers in Touch Football
INTRAMURALS
Page 312
Badminton Jump ball
Free throw
Touch football
Page 313 Norris  Martin
BASKETBALL
Ken  Winslade
WHO'S WHO
FOOTBALL
Gary Bruce, half back
Page 314
Paul Donald, tackle
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George Turpin, tackle SOCCER—Harley Schendel,
CRICKET—Frank Sealy.
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Page 315 B.  Campbell, L.  Broome, S.  Fenton,  M.  Sheppard, B.  Whidden, and  C.  White at
a Wednesday meeting.
WOMEN'S ATHLETIC DIRECTORATE
The administrative body for women's athletics, WA.D., meets once a
week and organizes teams and competition for both intramural and extramural sports on the campus. Its
membership consists of the W.A.A.
Executive, team managers, the I. A. B.
representative, and a Public Relations
Officer. With the entrance of U. B. C.
into W.C.I.A.U. the scope of WA.D.
on a national scale has been greatly
increased.
Executive:   Treasurer,   M.   Peebles;   President,   M.   McLachlan;   Vice-President,   M.
Peterson; P. R. O., Anne Pickard; Missing: Secretary, I. Andreen.
Liz Boyd, Intramurals, and  team managers E. Cunliffe, B. Bengough, J. Todd, B.
Galloway, R. Senz, V. Clemens checking minutes of the last meeting. Front Row (L. to R.): J. Gowing, S. Shakespeare, President S. Fenton, M. Peterson, A. Lindsay. Back
Row: V. Clemens, E. Shekury, M. Baker, I. Andreen, G. Leitner, D. Hodgson, E. Boyd, L. MacDougall,
B. Lindberg.
BIG BLOCK CLUB
The Big Block Club is a service group
which is responsible for the administration of the awards system for women's
athletics. All Big and Small Block winners automatically become members of
the club which acts as an advisory body.
The organization also provides a scholarship.
WOMEN'S ATHLETIC COMMITTEE
The Women's Athletic Committee is
a student and faculty organization whose,
function is to advise and aid in the administration of athletics on the intramural and extramural scene. It is composed of faculty members and the executive of the Women's Athletic Directorate.
Standing   (L. to R.):  M. Peterson, S. Fenton, M  McLachlan, Dean McCrae, M Peebles.    Seated: Miss
Priestley, Miss Tilley,  Dr.  Neilson, Miss Schrodt. Sharon   Whittaker  —  badminton   and   tennis
Alison Gourlay — grasshockey captain
Heather Campbell — track
Sidney Shakespeare — badminton
WHO'S
Page 318 Betty Richardson — fencing
Jeanne Burgett — gymnastics
WHO
Diane Beach — basketball
Marilyn Peterson — basketball
Page 319 VOLLEYBALL
The girls' volleyball teams had a
busy 1959-60 season. City competition with the Y.W.GA. and the
Vancouver Teachers' League prepared the girls for the Pacific
North West Tournament held at
Longview, Washington, and the
Bellingham Tournament at Western Washington College. UJJ.G
also sponsored an Invitational
Tournament, and a team was entered in the W.C.IA.U. February
competition in Edmonton.
Volleyball Team. Standing (L. to R.): B. Stafford, D. Somerville, S. McCallum, R.
Freudenstein, S. Selbie, L. Cunliffe. Kneeling: B. Tenford, T. Robertson, V. Clemens,
D.  La Forgia, M. Vech.    Absent: E. Buck, J. Morton, D. Driscoll, M. Crowley.
Liz Cunliffe leaps  for ball  at a practice
session.
Teammates  wait   as  Rosemarie Freudenstein  arcs  for a  right  return. SYNCHRONIZED
SWIMMING
The Women's Synchronized
Swim Team competed this year in
the W.CJA.U. Championships
held in February. The swimmers
practised to music twice a week
under the expert coaching of Mrs.
Diane Black. Before the February
trip to Edmonton, the girls entered
the B. C. Synchronized Swim
Championships at Crystal Pool
L. to R.: M. Thomson, S. Crone, N. Bartlett, B. Moore.
Missing:   H. Smith.
GIRLS' RULES BASKETBALL
Some of the team  members.   (L.  to R.):  P. Grauer, D. Power, F.
Owen, M.  Hudson, J. Shilvock.
Mary Hudson coached the Girls'
Rules Basketball Team to successful competition against York House
and Crofton House teams. In the
Pacific North West Games they
played against Washington universities. Practices were held twice, a
week in the Women's Gym. BOYS' RULES
BASKETBALL
The three Thunderette basketball
teams had an exceptionally successful
season. Both the Senior "B" and the
Junior team placed second in their Vancouver leagues. In the intercollegiate
sphere, the Senior "A" team proved their
worth as hoopsters by capturing the W.
GIAU. trophy at the championships
held in Saskatoon. They were entering
the semi-finals of their Vancouver league
at the time of printing.
The Senior "A" Team. Back (L. to R.): D. Beach, M.
Summers (Coach), F. Walker, M. Sheppard (Manager), E.
Aldous. Middle : L. Letkemann, A. Lindsay, B. Robertson.
Front:   M. Peterson, B. Whidden, G. Leitner.
The Senior "B" Team. Back (L. to R.): K. Monahan (Manager), L. Catherwood, Mrs. L. Innis
(Coach), R. Creighton, J. MacCandless, S. Sankey. Front: M. Martin, W. Lancaster, C Hackman,
P. Studds. Fern Walker in hard play.
A. Lindsay and F. Walker scramble for the ball for U.B.C
Page 323 The U.B.C Team—Standing (L. to R.): D.
Lewbury, J. Wilson, M. Graham, M. Searle,
J. Oliver. Kneeling: M. MacRitchie, M.
Adshead, J. Sewell, B. Thomson.
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An important sport on the scene of women's
athletics, Grasshockey enjoyed a successful season.
Both the Varsity and the U. B. G teams participated
regularly in the Vancouver Women's Grasshockey
League and competed in matches at Victoria College, the University of Washington and the Pacific
North-West Grasshockey Conference held in Oregon.
The Varsity Team (L. to R.): A. Swan, J.
Sewell, S, Clarke, J. Searle, E. Callaghan, C.
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for  the   Totem   photographer.
Madeline Gemmill  and  Sheila  Clark  close
in on Jan Oliver as ball is in play. BADMINTON
One of the most successful
women's sports on campus, Badminton entered players in the
W.C.I.A.U. tournament in Winnipeg this year. Three teams,
each consisting of six girls, represented U.B.C. in local league
matches, in the B. C. Interior
Championships and in the B. G
Open Championships.
Shirley McKelvey  and  Carol Ashby play  against Sharon Whittaker and  Sid Shakespeare. TENNIS
The UJB.G Racketeers began the
year by capturing the W.GLA.U.
Championships held here last September. Practices were held twice a week
in the Field House. Entered in Vancouver Indoor Tennis tournaments,
the team of six women made a very
creditable showing.
Tops  in  tennis,  S.   Whittaker  reaches  for
in Memorial  Gym courts.
U.B.C  Women  competing  in  the  W.CI.A.U.  Championships  emerge
Page 327 GOLF
The eight members of the Women's
Golf Team practiced once a week in
the Field House and played on the
university course during good weather.
The club, which is in its fourth year
on campus, placed third in the October W. C. I. A. U. Conference.
Liz  Cunliffe  completes  a   stroke   in   practice
session.
ARCHERY
The seven members of the Women's Archery Team were active this
year under the direction of their
coach Miss Tilley. The team entered
the annual Intercollegiate Telegraphic
Competition in February, and was
host to a City Competition entered
by the Greenwood Archers, the Brockton Bowmen and the North Shore
Archery Club.
Vivian   Palmer    (left)    and   another   Maid   Marion,
Louise   Broome  during   archery   practice. FENCING
The Fencing Team, consisting of
seven girls, is a growing concern on
campus. Under the direction of Julian Clarke they entered in Juniors
and Novice Women's Foil in the B.C.
Championships this February. Competition was with the "Blades" and
the "Cavaliers" of Vancouver, and also
entries from U. B. C. Physical Education classes.
Carol  Jordan  performs  a  one-hand  stand  on
the   bars.
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Fencing Team. Standing  (L. to R.): Janice Wass, Betty Richardson. Kneeling: Mimi Crystal, Zoe Wetterstrom.
GYMNASTICS
The Gymnastics Team meets three
times a week to practice under the
direction of Dr. Whittle. The girls
sent an entry to the Pacific North
West Championships in January and
the B. C. Championships held in
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Quickly developing into one of
Canada's most popular participant
sports, curling is relatively new on
campus. Two U.B.G rinks, coached by Mr. Charles Kerr who is a
well-known Canadian curler, competed in the Burnaby Totemette,
playdowns for the B.C. Women's
Totem Bonspiel, and W.GIA.U.
Bonspiel in Saskatoon where they
placed second.
Rink members are   (L. to R.):  P.  Bliss, P. Chataway, D. MacNaughton, R. Senz
(Manager), C. Kerr  (Coach), G. Walsh, D. Geddes, L. Walsh, A. Zaitzeff.
Laura Walsh, Diane MacNaughton, Ruthann Senz — sweeping the rock into house
for shot.
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eight  foot  as   rink  members  look on.
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The fourteen members of the
Women's Track Team started the
1959-60 season with an overwhelming victory at the Intercollegiate
Telegraphic Meet in October in Saskatchewan. In the Spring, U. B. C.
sponsored a meet in which the team
competed with major clubs from B. C.
and the Northwest.
Sally   McCallum   makes   a   fast   start.
S. Furnival, A. Biynon, S. Sankey, B. Hill,
B. Bengough, J. Case, D. Makie, limber up
for the track session. Absent: H. Campbell,
R. Creighton, D. Irwin, S. Hendrikson, C
Brodhurst, P. Russell.
B. Hill clears a hurdle at a Saturday practice session.
J.  Case winds  up for  a discus  throw,
B. Bengough practises. SPEED SWIMMING
The Women's Speed Swimming
Team began the season with an outstanding performance in the Intercollegiate Telegraphic Meet in November. The seven girls, coached by
Judy Jack, practiced three times a
week at Crystal Pool and competed
successfully in the W.GLA.U. conference in Edmonton in February.
Sharon  Magee and  Marg Peebles practice breast stroke at Crystal Pool.
Speed Swimming Team.     (L. to R.):  Linda Shore, Virginia Willis, Marg Peebles, Sandra Ellen,
Sheila  Ledingham,   Sharon  Magee.   Absent:   Alice  Genge. The Home Economics basketball team,   playing in the Intramurals
basketball series.
INTRAMURALS INTRAMURALS
ARCHERY—Judy Dale and Sheila Lees at a noon hour shooting session.
BASKETBALL—Carole  Hackman  poises  for  a  pass.
Page 334
TRACK—Inge  Andreen  makes  a  hurdle in  fine  form. The women's on-campus athletic
competitions among organizations
are planned and coordinated by the
Intramural Athletic Board. This
group consists of the faculty advisor, Miss Schrodt, the student
chairman, Liz Boyd, a secretary, a
junior manager, and activities
chairman who are representatives
of every group participating.
TABLE TENNIS—Delta Phi Epsilon winning   (L. to R.): Gail Gur-
vin, Marg Segal,  Reni  La Fohn, Carole Stein.
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VOLLEYBALL—Action   in   the  finals  with  A.D.Pi.
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Page 344 Why not train for a career as a
Chartered Accountant
?   ?   ?
***
• C.A. training offers interesting employment with practising chartered accountants. Your work "on location"
may introduce you to every kind of office, and to mines,
mills, factories, ranches, retail stores, banks and financial houses.
• C.A. training combines practical and formal training,
leading to independent professional status as a chartered accountant in practice, or to executive positions
in industry or government service.
FOR UNDERGRADS:
• The combined B. Com.-C.A. Course
• The 5-year C.A. Course
FOR GRADUATES:
• The 3-year C.A. Course for B. Com. Grads
• The 4-year C.A. Course for other Grads
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, PHONE OR WRITE
THE INSTITUTE OF
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS
OF B.C.
475 Howe Street      MU 1-3264
Vancouver 1, B.C.
THE FACULTY OF
COMMERCE
UNIVERSITY OF B.C.
Vancouver 3, B.C.
AL 4600 Local 361
CONGRATULATIONS
and Best Wishes to the
UNIVERSITY of BRITISH COLUMBIA
for the importance of its
contribution to the development
of British Columbia
Murphy Stationery Co. Ltd.
STATIONERS
PRINTERS
LITHOGRAPHERS
DUPLICATING MACHINES & SUPPLIES
151 West 5th Ave. Vancouver 10, B.C.
TRinity 6-5591
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MAKERS OF THE WORLD-FAMOUS
Jantzen Swim Suits, Sweaters,
Knitted Suits
Sun Clothes and T-Shirts
JANTZEN OF CANADA LIMITED
10th Avenue and Kingsway
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Phone TR 6-3344
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UNIVERSITY PHARMACY
J. & M. BURCHILL, B.S.P.
PRESCRIPTION SERVICE
CA 4-3202
5754 University Blvd.
VANCOUVER 8, B.C.
Page 346 —,
Compliments
CANADIAN WOOD PIPE &
TANKS LTD.
550 Pacific Street Vancouver, B.C.
MU 5-7245
BEST WISHES .. .
U.B.C. GRADS I
THE KEYSTONE PRESS LTD.
Printers Lithographers
860 KINGSWAY, VANCOUVER       TRinity 9-1541
George Draskoy working in Men's Residences.
For Week-end Snapshots . . .
That you'll be proud to soy you took yourself
... treat yourself to our efficient developing, printing and enlarging services. How
about those pictures you took on vacation? Bring in the exposed rolls for our
careful treatment. You'll be delighted you
did! And for an extra thrill, let us "blow
up" a favorite negative or two. You'll
agree that our enlargements are beauties.
Prompt service on processing color films,
too, of course.
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EASTMAN W LTD.
610 Granville
Street
DRAWING MATERIALS
OF ALL KINDS
BOARDS - SCALES - TEE SQUARES
INKS • PAPER • ANGLES
REPRODUCTION SERVICE
OZALID PRINTING
PHOTO COPY
BLUEPRINTING
THE
HUGHES-OWENS
COMPANY LIMITED
569 RICHARDS STREET, VANCOUVER
ALSO
EDMONTON   -   WINNIPEG   -   HAMILTON
TORONTO    -    OTTAWA    -    MONTREAL    -    HALIFAX
Page 347 Remember!
The
UNIVERSITY FOOD SERVICES
offers a complete low cost catering service throughout the campus
For your convenience the locations are:
FORT CAMP
ACADIA CAMP
INFIRMARY KITCHEN
at Wesbrook
NEW MEN'S RESIDENCE
Common Block
BROCK HALL
(Snack Bar)
CAF
BUS STOP COFFEE BAR
GYM CAF
Arrangements may also be made for:
TEAS, BANQUETS and RECEPTIONS
Page 348 II
w
hen I "was your age,
a dollar would buy..."
Born twenty years too late ? You might get that impression,
listening to your elders reminisce about prices in "the good old
days". Clothes, cars or candy bars: according to the legend,
everything was better and cheaper in the golden age before you
were born. So it may console you to know that at least one important
commodity has gone up in value and down in price during your
lifetime. That's right - electricity.
Up in value, because right now, electricity is performing tasks
that were undreamed of two decades ago. Washing dishes and
drying clothes. Bringing you hi-fi music and TV shows.
And doing them all automatically.
Down In price, because while the average family served by
B.C. Electric now uses more than four times as much electricity as
they did in 1940 - they actually pay less per kilowatt hour.
i ,/ify    Electricity is probably the biggest bargain you can
'   buy today; will undoubtedly be even more so when you're
an old-timer with reminiscences of your own.
B.C. ELECTRIC
Page 349 Winner
• ••
AND STILL
CHAMPION!
Bank of Montreal
rpi
Your Bank oa the Campus — In the Administration Building:
MERLE C KIRBY, Manager
WORKING   WITH   CANADIANS   IN   EVERY   WALK   OF   LIFE   SINCE    1817
SYMBOLIC WITH THE NAME
Qjeslelwr
STENCIL DUPLICATING WITH THE
PRINTED LOOK
Simplicity, Economy, Versatility and Efficiency
There is a Model for Every Business
FREE SERVICE EVERYWHERE
Inquire Without Obligation
Gestetner (Canada) Limited
1169 Richards Street Vancouver, B.C.
MU 5-6556
Page 350 BERNARD
Laundry Services Limited
(A. R. Bernard >-> Manager)
COMMERCIAL LAUNDERERS
Linen Supplies
TRinity 4-1155
130 West 5th Ave.
Vancouver, B.C.
To the Student Body . . .
OUR CONGRATULATIONS AND
BEST WISHES
BELL & MITCHELL LIMITED
641 Richards Street                  Vancouver, B.C.
INSURANCE                                      MU 5-6441
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ALLAN
LIMITED
JEWELLERS
SILVERSMITHS
DIAMONDS
WATCHES
•
Granville at Pender
Vancouver, B.C.
Page 351 CONGRATULATIONS
Graduating Classes of 1960
from your photographers
ATLAS   STUDIOS
3189 West Broadway Vancouver 8, B.C.
REgent 1-8314
WEDDINGS
PORTRAITS
COMMERCIAL
FASHION
PERSONALIZED SERVICE
COMPLIMENTS TO THE
GRADUATES
from
A. R. GRIMWOOD LTD.
BUILDING CONTRACTORS
1129 Kingsway
VANCOUVER 10, B.C.
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Page 353 RALBRAITH & SULLEY-LTD.
ANNOUNCE their 25th year in
the Machinery business in
Vancouver
We supply
Carriers,   Fork  Trucks,  Tractors,   Conveying
Systems, Hoists, Air & Hydraulics, Power &
Transmission, Sawmill & Woodworking.
All Top Quality Lines Fully Proved
Here in the West
We now undertake repairs and rebuilding of
machinery in our modern machine shop.   Engineered   assemblies   and   special   machines
designed and manufactured.   Qualified engineering staff  ready to assist  in  machinery
redesigning and replanning.
Telephone REgent 8-5121
1331 West 6th Avenue Vancouver 9, B.C.
RESIDENTIAL .*,«-.., .-■«»»«
' TEBk INSTALLATIONS
By
FLOORCRAFT LIMITED
VANCOUVER'S LEADERS  IN  FLOOR COVERINGS
1964 W. Broadway REgent 1-4628 Your Sign of
GUARANTEED
PROTECTION
in Paint Finishes
GENERAL PAINT CORPORATION
OF     CANADA     LIMITED
950 Roymur Avenue, Vancouver
For industrial finishes and specialty coatings to meet
your specific needs, call on GENERAL PAINTS,
Technical Service.
TELEPHONE MU 4-5311
for complete information
Makers of MONAMEL
May each of you who are now graduating,
take full  advantage of all you have learned . . .
so that your communities will better realize
and appreciate, the increasing need to foster and
assist in obtaining improved educational facilities
without which, Provincial and National Progress
will be sorely limited.
BEST-PRINTER   CO.    LTD
(Formerly Best Mimeograph Go. Ltd.)
Printing, Photo Offset, Direct Plate Litho, Duplicating
CROSSMAN
MACHINERY COMPANY
LIMITED
806 Beach Ave., Vancouver 1, B.C.
MU 1-5221
TELEVISION
STERO HI-FI
RECORDS
FINE FURNITURE
& ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
THOMSON & PAGE LTD.
2914 Granvi I le Street REgent 8-5144
Customer Parking at Standard Station
13th and Granville
Page 355 BAtUUS
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THE
ROYAL TRUST
COMPANY
Executors and Trustees
Vancouver: Victoria:
626 West Pender St. 1205 Government St.
J. W. R.Seattle, Mgr. R. W. Phipps, Mgr.
Compliments of .
LTD.
in the University District
4409 West 10th Ave.
Vancouver, B.C.
Stunk* Hennace
"CHINESE CUISINE AT ITS BEST'
Internationally   known   and   acclaimed   tops   in
Chinese Cuisine, hospitable service and
exotic Oriental decor—truly a
Restaurant of Distinction
Reservations: MU 3-1935       155 E. Pender St.
RE 1-4614
Nights: AM 6-4309
Murphy Excavating
CO. LTD.
G. Murphy 1466 W. Sixth Ave.
VANCOUVER 9, B.C.
Page 356 E ATO N'S
You've got your sheepskin,
your name's on a diploma ...
your're ready
to make your mark in the world.
For a confident start
visit our Men's Wear Departments.
For a correct "working" wardrobe
you'll find the best at Eaton's.
From small, important details
of your wardrobe
to all-important business suits
you'll be able to make
an exact, impeccable choice.
And you under-graduates too,
take advantage of this timely tip;
for casual or precise dress
Eaton's has everything you need.
EATON'S of CANADA
Page 357 'The House of Service"
The Vancouver Supply Company Ltd.
Wholesale Grocers and Janitors Supplies
25 ALEXANDER STREET
VANCOUVER 4, B. C.
Phone:  MU  1-8321
Peter Van Dyke
H WHITE DOVE
CLEANER5
Complete Deluxe
SHIRT
Service
4567 W. 10th Avenue                    CAstle 4-4377
CITY WIDE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
Compliments of ...
THE
COLLEGE
SHOP
• FACULTY SWEATERS
• CRESTS
• GYM SUPPLIES
• RINGS AND PINS
• BEER MUGS
• STATIONERY
• SCHOOL SUPPLIES
• MEN'S CLOTHING
BROCK HALL EXTENSION
OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE A.M.S.
Page 358 With the Compliments of
BOYLES BROS. DRILLING
COMPANY LTD.
DIAMOND DRILL
CONTRACTORS & MANUFACTURERS
1291 Parker St.
Vancouver, B.C.
JACK  K.   CHOW
OPTOMETRIST
COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE
Prescriptions Filled Glasses Fitted
Prompt Emergency Repairs
Contact Lenses
514 MAIN ST. MU 5-5938
VANCOUVER 4, B.C.
Page 3(59 Bring refreshment into play
have a Coke
•OCA-COtA LTD.
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CONGRATULATIONS
to the
GRADUATING CLASSES
May your future be
Happy
Wealthy
and
Healthy
COLLEGE PRINTERS LTD.
Commercial and Social Printers
and Publishers
PRINTERS OF THE UBYSSEY
2015 W. 12th Ave. REgent 1 -6011
VANCOUVER 9, B.C.
Compliments of...
TEXACO CANADA, LIMITED
TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
789 West Pender                                MU 4-1335
Page 360 COMPLIMENTS OF
B. BOE LIMITED
PLUMBING &  HEATING
CONTRACTORS
"Call us for prompt efficient service"
3525 East 11th Avenue,    Vancouver 12, B.C.
HE 4-7275
The University Book Store
The Book Store was established for the convenience of
students and has effected a considerable saving to the
students in time and money. It is prepared to supply
all text books required for the various courses offered
in the University, also such articles as note books,
loose-leaf sheets, fountain pens, drawing paper and
======== instruments. =============
Page 361 you shop
the world
when you
shop the
bay...
Come in tomorrow ... on every floor you'll
find merchandise gathered from the four
corners of the World. From the mystic East. . .
the sunny Mediterranean . . . the Americas . . .
the colorful South Pacific.
Each year our buyers shop for the exotic and
practical in over 40 different countries. They
visit the great trading centres of the World . . .
cities such as Rome, New York, Paris and
London.
Come in . .. discover the thrill of finding items
not thousands of miles away — but right here
in Vancouver at HBC. You'll be amazed at the
selection!
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SIMPSONS-SEARS BRAND NAMES
your guide to wise shopping
SIMPSONS-SEARS
SOUTH BURNABY, B.C.
RETAIL STORE
FREE    PARKING
FOR   1500   CARS
MAIL ORDER
60,000  ITEMS  IN
OUR   CATALOGUE
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Page 363 Guaranteed
to give maximum satisfaction,
every Jenkins valve features these
performance-proven benefits:
• Expert design and engineering
• Finest quality material
• Unrivalled dependability,
efficiency and endurance
• Low maintenance cost
• Made by valve specialists
MARK
Jenkins manufactures more
than 400 different types of
valves in Canada's most
modern valve plant
When specifications call
for valves, call Jenkins.
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JBNKINS   BROS.,   LIMITED
twhlm, Q—« Canada
Solas Office*!
Toronto • Winnipeg • Edmonton • Vancouver
MAKING   VALVES   13   OUR   BUSINESS -OUR   ONLY   BUSINESS
Page 364 Laurie   Frisby,   Publications   Advertising Manager for 1960.
Al Mar, Totem Advertising Manager.
Jim Hamilton, Totem Advertising Assistant.
ADVERTISERS9 INDEX
Allied Heat and Fuel   341
Alumni Association   342
A. R. Grimwood _  352
Atlas Studios   352
B. Boe :  361
B. C. Electric   349
Bamboo Terrace   356
Bank of Montreal   350
Bell and Mitchell  _  351
Bernard Laundry Services   351
Best Printer   355
Birks   340
Boyles Bros  359
Campbell  Studios    359
Canadian Bank of Commerce   344
Canadian Wood Pipe & Tanks  347
Coca Cola   360
College Printers   360
College Shop   358
Commodore Cabaret   341
Crossman Machinery   355
Cunningham Drugs   360
Dairyland    341
Eastman     347
Eaton's of Canada   357
Evans  Coleman & Evans   340
Floorcraft     347
Galbraith & Sulley  352
General Paint   355
Gestetner  350
Hudson's Bay Co.   362
Hughes - Owens   347
Institute of Chartered Accountants _  345
Jack K. Chow  359
Jantzen of Canada   346
Jenkins Valves   364
Keystone Press   347
McDonald's Tobaccos   350
Marty's     356
Modernize Tailors   341
Murphy Excavating   356
Murphy Stationery   345
O. B. Allan   351
Peter Van Dyke   358
Rogers'    344
Royal Trust   356
Simpson - Sears   363
Texaco Canada   360
Thompson, Berwick & Pratt  353
Thomson & Page  355
Toronto Dominion Bank   342
University Book Store   361
University Food Services   348
University Pharmacy   346
Vancouver Supply Co  358
White Dove Cleaners   358
Woodwards   343
Yearbook House   367
Page 365 INDEX
Academic   Symposium
Advertising   Staff   	
Agriculture Faculty _
Alma Mater Society _
Alpha  Gamma Delta .
Alpha Delta Pi 	
Alpha Delta Phi	
Alpha  Phi
Alpha Omicron Pi 	
Alpha   Omega   Society  -
Alpha Tau Omega 	
Alumni   Association   —
Amateur Radio Society
Aqua Society
Archery,   'Women's  .
Architecture School
Armed   Forces  	
Arts &  Science Faculty 	
Associated Women's  Students
Badminton, Men's
Badminton,  Women's   —
Basketball,  Boys'  Rules
Basketball, Girls' Rules .
Basketball,   Men's   	
Beta Theta Pi 	
Big Block Club, Men's _
Big Block Club, Women's
Blood Drive	
Board of Governors
Camera Club 	
Chancellor   Grauer
Chinese Varsity 	
Clubs Day
College of Education .
Commerce   Faculty   —
Commerce-Law   Grads
Convocation	
Council,   Students'
Cricket	
Cross Country and Track, Men's
Curling, Men's	
Curling,   Women's   	
Dance Club	
Delta Gamma _,	
Delta Kappa Epsilon
Delta Phi Epsilon —
Delta Sigma Pi	
Delta  Upsilon	
Directory,   Student   _
Drama	
El  Circulo  	
Engineering  Faculty
Faculty   Association
Faculty Awards	
Fencing	
Film Society 	
Fine Arts	
Fine Arts Gallery
Football   	
Football   Queen   	
Forestry  Faculty ..
Frosh Council	
Frosh   Court   	
Frosh  Orientation
Frosh  Queen	
Gamma Phi Beta -
Golf,  Men's	
Golf,   Women's   _
Graduate Studies .
Grasshockey,   Men's   	
Grasshockey, Women's
Gymnastics,   Men's   —
Gymnastics, Women's .
Handbook 	
High School Conference
Homecoming
Homecoming   Court   	
Homecoming Queen  	
Home  Economics  Faculty  	
Honorary Activities Awards
Hungarian  Demonstration  	
Inter-Fraternity   Council
International  House Association
Intramurals,  Men's	
Intramurals, Women's	
218
365
34
31
237
238
246
239
240
158
247
22
145
156
328
38
163
40
28
297
326
322
321
304
248
281
317
. 213
20
152
21
159
. 208
.    66
.    60
65
209
.    26
. 311
. 288
. 302
. 330
. 142
. 241
. 249
. 242
. 133
. 250
. 177
. 191
. 159
.    72
.    23
. 125
. 296
.  144
. 186
. 194
. 282
. 226
.    84
.    29
. 223
- 205
. 222
- 243
. 309
- 328
. 120
. 300
. 324
. 298
- 329
- 177
- 29
- 214
- 224
- 225
. 90
- 134
- 212
- 236
- 139
- 312
- 333
Judo Club 	
Kappa Alpha Theta —
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Kappa  Sigma
Lambda   Chi   Alpha   .-
Lambda  Kappa  Sigma
Law  Faculty
Leadership   Conference
March of Dimes	
Mardi  Gras	
Mardi Gras  Queen
Medical   Faculty
Men's   Athletic  Association
Musical   Society	
N. F. C U. S.	
Nisei   Varsity	
Nursing  School	
Obnova Society	
Organizations
Panhellenic   Association
Pharmacy Faculty 	
Phi  Gamma  Delta »
Phi Delta Theta	
Phi  Kappa  Pi	
Phi  Kappa  Sigma
Photoeraphers,   Publications
Phrateres    	
Phrateres Queen
Physical  Education   School
Physics  Club  	
Pique    	
Players  Club
Political   Clubs	
President MacKenzie
Psi   Upsilon
Publications   Co-ordinator
Ramblers	
Raven   	
Registrar    	
Registration   	
Religious Clubs	
Residences	
Rhodes  Scholar  	
Rowing	
Rugby	
Rushing
Sigma  Alpha  Mu
Sigma Chi
Sigma  Chi  Sweetheart
Sigma Phi Delta	
Sigma Tau Chi 	
Soccer
Social Work School 	
Sopron Faculty of Forestry
Squash
Special Events 	
Sports Car Club	
Swimming,  Men's  	
Swimming, Women's Speed	
Swimming, Women's Synchronized
Tennis, Men's	
Tennis, Women's
Theatre   Workshop	
Theology  	
Thunderbird Booster Club
Totem Staff	
Track,  Women's	
U. B. C. Radio	
Ubyssey   Staff
Undergraduate Societies Committee
United Nations Club r	
University   Clubs   Committee   	
University  Clubs  Committee  Awards
Varsity Outdoor Club	
Volleyball
Weightlifting	
Who's Who, Men	
Who's Who, Women	
Women's Athletic Committee —
Women's   Athletic   Directorate  .
World University Service	
Wrestling	
Zeta Beta Tau	
Zeta Psi	
157
244
245
251
252
263
94
210
216
232
227
100
280
147
30
158
104
158
138
236
108
253
254
2J5
256
. 182
168
. 228
112
. 157
. 177
. 148
. 166
. 21
. 257
. 176
. 164
- 177
. 23
. 204
. 160
- 170
. 124
- 286
. 292
- 234
- 258
- 259
- 229
- 260
- 132
. 290
- 114
- 88
- 310
- 186
- 154
_ 294
- 332
- 321
_ 308
- 327
- 190
_ 118
_ 163
_ 180
_ 331
_ 145
- 178
_ 28
- 166
- 138
- 135
_ 150
_ 320
_ 199
- 314
- 318
- 317
_ 316
_ 30
_ 291
_ 261
_ 262
Page 366 university
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EXECUTIVE   OFFICES  AND   FACTORY /|\
aaa locust street /    I    \
KANSAS   CITY  S.   MISSOURI
designed   for  quality
IN  CANADA:
7  KING   STREET    WEST
TORONTO   1,  ONTARIO
Publishers of your "1960 TOTEM" yearbook. As another year at university ends, the pages of this book present its story.
Approximately sixty students worked to produce Totem for U. B. C. and many
hours of fun and extra effort are between its covers. I would like to thank very
specially the staff members and photographers who contributed so much to make
this annual a reality.
They have captured and recorded the tangible part of college life — events
which include eleven thousand individuals who are interested in all sorts of activities. There are some intellectual, cynical, enthusiastic, and some very practical
people among us. Some are older, some younger, and no one fits into any one
narrow category.
The intangible part of college life is what Totem could not record. The
most important discoveries and decisions that we make are very hard to express
in a concrete way. Perhaps if we read "behind" our yearbook we will remember
our own discoveries and decisions. There will be moments we would rather forget and those we would wish to keep forever.
Among these moments will be those which mean a great deal to us. The
times when we evaluated ourselves and chose our goals will be of lasting importance. Of our eleven thousand population, some are struggling to find a satisfying relationship with others and with God. Some have found this relationship. Many students are in between, earnestly hoping to find the key to life,
almost afraid to try for it.
As we pass through university we have tremendous opportunities for finding ourselves. This yearbook has shown the outward expressions of our search.
It is my hope that Totem will help us to relive our intangible moments and will
give us a reflective view of 1959-1960 at U. B. C.
—NANCY PAUL.
Page 368 KANSAS   CITY   S,   MISSOURI
TORONTO  1, ONTARIO
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