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MESSAGE FROM THE
PRIME MINISTER
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In the fiftieth year of the University of British Columbia and on the centennial of the Province, I am honoured to send
best wishes on behalf of the government and people of Canada as well as on my own behalf to the Alma Mater Society's
Yearbook.
I was interested to learn that The Totem is endeavouring in this edition to promote the national spirit of Canada
and to build stronger ties across our great land.
The strength of any democracy is founded on the knowledge its people have of each other and any effort in this
direction will always have my wholehearted support.
Prime Minister
Page 6 PRESIDENTS
MESSAGE
To all our "Centennial" year graduates I send my greetings and best wishes as they leave us to take up the careers
for which I hope we have at least helped to prepare them.
This whole volume will be a reminder to you and to us of the years you have spent with us. I hope they have
been happy, exciting and useful ones. The University should open many doors and give many opportunities to all who
gather and work within it. It should inculcate principles of discipline, patience and intelligence of which, now as always,
we stand in great need.
This is a milestone in the University's life—the fiftieth anniversary of the granting of our Charter. We have grown
into the second largest university in Canada and the prospects for the future are of even more startling expansion.
Throughout it all, however, I hope we shall retain two things above all, the affection, loyalty and respect of our students
and graduates who have always played a unique part in the life of U.B.C, and the same spirit of free intellectual endeavour and service to our fellow human beings which has always characterized the best in universities throughout the
world.
Good luck to you all.
/VriAUML- i^^V^u^.
President
Page 7 Page 8 ;
an act
in  1908
established our university
fifty years . ..
have passed
a  little  heap of stone
lashed
whipped
chilled
stands firm
for ah richards
for the 22ers
the depression
those who served
the army huts
the buildings needed
the overcrowding
the second trek
for
for
for
for
for
for
for the third •— if and when
for the coffee cups
for the hands held tight
for the midnight oil
for the voices loud
for the 8:30's
for the frosh
for the grads
for those between beyond below
for all who come
for all who go
a reality
in confusion
—PHOTO BY FEED SCHRACK
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MILTON
Page  15 — MICHAEL SONS
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Page 17   FACULTY ADMINISTRATION
Miss M. D. Mawdsley, Dean of Women
Miss M. Leaning, Assistant to the Dean of Women
W. H. Gage, Dean of Administrative and
Inter-Faculty Affairs
20
G. C Andrew, Dean and Deputy to the President -
DR. A. E. GRAUER, CHANCELLOR
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Left to right: Mr. J. D. Baldwin, Mr. N. T. Nemetz, Dr. P. R. Bengough, Miss M. C Frederickson, Secretary to the President; Mr. L. J. Ladner, Mrs. F. M. Ross, Dr. A. E. Grauer, Chancellor; Miss S. Buchanan, Clerk to the Board; Mr. W. Koer-
ner, Mr. E. M. Gunderson, Dean G. C Andrew, Acting President; The Hon. Mr. Justice. A. E. Lord. Absent: Dr. N. A. M.
MacKenzie, President; Mr. G. T. Cunningham.
Page 21 STUDENT COUNCIL
Ben Trevino, President
Page 22 Ken Brawner, Vice President
Barbara Leith, Secretary
After starting the term by encouraging peaceful Frosh Orientation, the Student Council channelled its interests towards
passing, for the U.B.C. Development Fund, a five dollar fee increases—a referendum enthusiastically endorsed by the student
body. Another eventful occasion was the official opening of the
Brock Extension, followed later by Open House on February 28
and March 1. Other highlights of the year were: U.B.C's hosting
of the Evergreen Conference in March, a Trans-Canada C.B.C.
Jazz Show with UJB.C. highlighted, an Academic Symposium, and
the integration of the Sopron students as well as possible under
the existing conditions.
George Morfitt, Treasurer
Page 23 UNDERGRAD
SOCIETIES
COMMITTEE
The coordinating body for all
Undergrad Societies, the U.S.C.,
consisting of two representatives
from each Undergrad Society, was
chaired by Neil Merrick. The Committee has a seat on the Student
Council and informs the Undergrad
Societies of Council's plans.
fS
WOMEN'S
UNDERGRAD
SOCIETY
Under the dynamic leadership of
President Sheila Croker, W.U.S. co-
sponsored the W.U.S.-W.A.D. Banquet, organized the Big and Little
Sister Banquet, Co-ed Day and the
Ivy Leaguer Dance on January 31,
and arranged for noon hour films
and speakers.
HBEHHHB
ALMA MATER
SOCIETY
The A.M.S. office, operating
under Mr. R. E. Pearson, the manager, and the staff of five, supplies
office facilities for student organizations. It keeps all club and Student Council records, as well as
acting as a clearing house for all
financial transactions of these student organizations.
Page 24 ■
NATIONAL
FEDERATION
OF   CANADIAN
UNIVERSITY
STUDENTS
N. F. C. U. S. booth in Clubs' Day display.
WORLD
UNIVERSITY
SERVICE
COMMITTEE
President  of  W. U. S. C,  Wayne  Hubble,  talks   with   some
exchange students.
Page 25 U.B.C. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
Graduates, students, faculty, and
many thousands of friends of the
university are served by the U.B.C.
Alumni Association office, whose
objective is service to all members
of the university "family" and to
all those interested in Education.
Its consistency, its campus, covers the globe, for members of the
association reside in over 52 countries.
Victor Johnson becomes new president of the Ot-
towa branch of the U.B.C. Alumni Association.
Modern Alumni Office in the Brock Extension.
1957 Reunion of the Class of '22.
Page 26 SIGMA TAU CHI
The men's honorary fraternity
extends membership to men on
campus whom they feel are outstanding in university affairs.
DELTA SIGMA PI
Members in the women's honorary sorority join on the basis of
scholarship, leadership and service,
as recommended by campus groups.
Page 27 Thelma Sharp
Gordon Armstrong
Bill Ballentine
H.A.A. AWARDS
The Honorary Activity Awards
are given through the Students'
Council and are known as the
"highest awards given to students"
for service to the Alma Mater Society. They are reserved for the
most outstanding students.
Arlene Dill
Ron Longstaffe
John Duerksen
Jim MacFarlan
Jack  McGaw
Page 28 HIGH SCHOOL CONFERENCE
High School Conference Members plan all events for the two-
day conference when chosen high
school students from everywhere in
B.C. come to learn about all aspects of university life.
FROSH COUNCIL
The Frosh Council consists of
elected officers and one representative from each first year English
class. These members plan all frosh
activities on campus such as dances
and teams for Intramural Sports.
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Page 33 faculty of agriculture
Dean BIythe Eagles
Lenny and friend in lab.
Four times three blind mice. Homecoming Parade—Last but certainly not least
The Aggies' grueling Frosh Orientation began an active year. Following this came the Fall Banquet.
Judging Day and a Spring Formal
wound up the year.
Ride 'em cowboy! agriculture
AYLARD, Ken William; Animal
Husbandry
BARBER, Dorothy M.; Dairying,
Secretary A.U.S. council
BERGIS, Imants
BRENDER A BRANDIS, William J.;
Plant Science
CASE, Vernon W.; Soil Science
CHALLENGER, George Richard; Plant
Science
CLEMSON, Jan; Mechanics, Music
Appreciation
CRONKHITE,  Marshall A.;  Economics;
Camera Club, CL.U.
DAVIDSON, Wendy G.; Agricultural
Economics, Economics Club,  S.E.P.
DAVIS, William L.; Economics, A.U.S.,
Conservatives, Mamooks, Zeta Psi
DENT, William J.; Agronomy Honors
DHALIWAL, Maghar Singh; Vice
President I.S.A., International House
DUMMET, John A.
EDWARDS, A. John; Economics,
International House, Psychology Club
FARMER, Joanna M.; Animal Science,
President Big Block Club
FREDERICK, Rexingford; Agronomy,
International House
GROVES, T. David; Honors Animal
Nutrition, A.U.S., U.S.C.
HATFIELD, John Philip; Animal
Husbandry, Zoology
JANTZEN, Erwin J.; History, V.C.F.
KENDELL, Michael D.; Soils, Psi Upsilon
KENNEDY, Patricia D.; Dairying;
Alpha Gamma Delta
KIRWAN, Sidney C; Mechanics
KRUETZIGER, Oscar G.; Poultry Science,
Football, Big Block
KROLL,  Victor Arnold;  Economics,
Economics Club
McCURRACH, John A.; Agronomy,
Beta Theta Pi
Page 36 ' ■. *■' ' ■'-.'
MARCHAND, Leonard; Agronomy
MOLYNEUX, Alfred; Plant Science;
A.S.A.E.
MUELLER,  Wilhelm;  Animal Husbandry
MURPHY, Elaine A.; Dairy Bacteriology
OSBORNE, James R.; Agronomy
OSBORNE, Vincent
OSTROVSKY, Daniel; Animal Science;
V.C.F.
PASCUZZO, Eugene A.; Soil Science;
Newman Club, Jazzsoc, B.C.I.A.
PETERSON, Peter N.; Animal Husbandry;
Mussoc
PETO, Howard R.; Plant Science;
Phi Delta Theta
RICHTER, Waltraud M.; Dairy Bac;
German Club, Newman Club
ROBSON, Michael F.; Poultry
TRABOULAY, L. M.
WINDT, Thomas A.; Ag. Mechanics;
A.S.A.E.
WOODBURY, William; Plant Pathology
This one did not graduate. engineering
Applied Science, which is the
second largest faculty on campus,
had its activities, including the
March of Dimes and the Engineer's
Ball, ably directed by E.U.S. President Russ Fraser.
H. C. Gunning, Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science.
Whistle bait.
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A. Atkin pre-occupied with a new Ford.
The  operation   of   a  Mirrlas  Diesel  Engine  by
A. Baine and R. Keech.
G. Stewart, T. Neilson and R. Wiltse, operating a steam engine. Homecoming princess, Naomi Walsh
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I    HOMECOMING RUEEN
Give Me 39 More!!
Pie a la mode!!
Give the gal a break!!
! BANKES, Hugh J.;  Slipstick Editor
BEARE, John W.
BERTRAM, Donald W.; Psi Upsilon
CASWELL, Bruce;
A.I.C.E., International House
CLAGGETT, Freddie G.; A.I.C.E.
CLARK, Craig; A.I.C.E.
DUERKSEN, John H; E.I.C.,
Toastmasters' Club, S.E.P.
HAHN,   Philipp   L.;   E.I.C.
Toastmasters' Club, Dance
HAWRELAK, Dick A.
HELLER, David H.
KIKUCHI, Robin;
Camera Club, Dance Club
KILBURN, Douglas G.; V.O.C, A.I.C.E.
KYLLO, Martin A.; A.I.C.E.
MacKAY, Edward L.
MARTIN, John E.
RATUSHNY, Fredrick M.;  Filmsoc,
REID, Lorde James; A.I.C.E.
RION, William D.; A.I.C.E.,
Beta Theta Pi
SMITH, Allan R.; V.O.C.
SYDNEYSMITH, Sam; Alpha Delta Phi
WAKABAYASHI,   Henry;
A.I.C.E., Nisei Varsity Club
chemical engineering
WILCOX, Gordon; A.I.C.E.
class of '58
Page 41 electrical engineering
ALLISON, Roy W.;
A.I.E.E., I.R.E., Hamsoc
ARCHIBALD, Dennis J.;
A.I.E.E., I.R.E., B.C.P.E
ARISMUNANDAR, Artono;
International House, AI.E.E.
ARNASON, Norman G.;
A.I.E.E., Jazzsoc, Camera Club
BEST,William A.; A.I.E.E., I.R.E
BROOKMAN, Ronald R.;
Camera Club, A.I.E.E., I.R.E.
BUTT, Chak Ying;
I.R.E., Chinese Varsity Club
CLISCH, Donald F.; I.R.E.
CROWSON, Donald B.;
U.B.C. Sports Car Club, I.R.E.
DIAL, Nirmal S.; I.S.A., A.I.E.E.,
International House, U.N.O.
DILL, Herbert J.;
Institute of Radio Engineers
FORBES, Jack M.;
Institute of Radio Engineers
FRAZER, Edward J.;
Camera Club, I.R.E., A.R.S.
FRIEND, Ray C;
Institute of Radio Engineers
GARRISON, Jack G.;
Institute of Radio Engineers
GRIER, Brian P.; A.I.E.E.
HAYNE, George S.; A.I.E.E., I.R.E.
HEASLIP, David E.; Hamsoc, I.R.E.,
Baptist Club
IRVINE, William G; A.I.E.E., I.R.E.
IRWIN, Robert L.;
Jazzsoc, Camera Club, I.R.E.
JOHNSON, Donald G.; A.I.E.E.
KARSA, Ketut;
International   House,   Camera   Club
KEARNEY, James E.;
Institute of Radio Engineers
KEMLE, David;
A.I.E.E., Engineers' Choir
LEGG, John F.; Rugby, Beta Theta Pi
Page 42 .^,.vr^«.-*w^i^
LENEVEU, Gordon P.; Camera, Jazzsoc,
Sports Car Club
LIEBELT, Alvin; Psi Upsilon
McKENZIE, Murray M.; Sports Car Club,
Phi Gamma Delta
MIDDLEMASS, Robert A.;
V.C.F., A.I.E.E.
NIGHTINGALE, George R.;  A.I.E.E.
NORDSTRAND, Ronald B.;
Institute of Radio Engineers
NORDSTROM, Thomas A.;
A.I.E.E., I.R.E.
PANAIOTI, Demetrius;
Institute  of Radio Engineers
PEARSON, George E.;   Filmsoc., I.R.E.
PITRE, John A.;
Institute of Radio Engineers
RUSK, William E.; Camera Club,
A.I.E.E., I.R.E.
RUSSELL, Paul H;
Varsity Outdoor Club, A.I.E.E.
SAITO, Yosh Y.;
Camera Club, Nisei Varsity, I.R.E.
SAVARD, James F.
SCHRACK, Fred G.; Pub Board,
German Club, I.R.E.
SHIY, Samuel D.; A.I.E.E., I.R.E.
SKELDING, James A.; Zeta Psi
SMITH, Brian R.;
Institute of Radio Engineers
SMITH, Ronald B.;
Institute of Radio Engineers
SOLONECKI, William J.; A.I.E.E.
STEVENS, Robert M.;
A.I.E.E., Alpha Tau Omega
SUNJOTO; International House,
Camera Club
SYKES, Rendall F.; Dance Club, I.R.E.
YOUNGER, Gerald M.;
Institute of Radio Engineers
YUAN, John T.; A.I.E.E., I.R.E.
class of '58
Page 43 civil engineering
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BABB, Alan Frederick; Civil Club
BALGAROO, Rudolph J.;
International House, Cricket
BORCH, Vincent G.; Civil Club, P.R.O.
CLARK, Arthur R.; Civil Club, E.I.C.
DAVISON, Donald M.; Civil Club
DINSMORE, Norman H; Civil Club
DIPASQUALE, William J.; Civil Club
DOLPHIN, Robert L.;
E.U.S., Civil Club President
GAGNE, Gerard Andre; Civil Club
GRAINGER, Richard A.; Civil Club
HESKIN, Bernard A.; Civil Club,
Newman Club
HIBBERT, Paul D.; Civil Club
JEFFERIES, Raymond F.; Civil Club
KING, David C;
Civil   Club,  Phi   Kappa   Sigma
KIRKHAM,,Peter G.; Civil Club
LOWTHIAN, Edward C; Civil Club
MILTIMORE, Alan, R.; Civil Club
NIELSON, George O.; Civil Club
NORRISH, Harold, Camera Club
PARMLEY, Les; Grass Hockey
PLUNKETT, Patrick D.; Sigma Phi Delta
ROGERS,  Robert  L.;   Civil  Club
ROTHWELL, James T.
THORBURN, Herbert J.;
Sec-Treas. Civil Club
WATSON, John A.
WIGMORE. John R.; Civil Club
Page 44 ■ ■       '  " ■   "'
BRYAN, Patrick R.; Alpha Delta Phi
CAUSEY, Allan R.; Physics Society
COSTANZO, Ronald A.
FLOWLER, Alvin G.; Physics Club
GRI, Norm J.; Physics Soc,
Phi Gamma Delta
HAFER, Rodney A.; Physics Soc,
rir     IRE
HALDEMAN, Alfred S.; E.I.C.
Physics Club
HAMAGUCHI, Roy I.;
Camera Club, Phi Delta Gamma
HASSELL, Denis J.
HUNTLEY, Christopher R.; Radsoc,
Camera Club, Physics Club
IRWIN, John C.
JEFFERY, Arthur C.
JONES, Peter E.; International House
JUTRAS, Roland A.
McKIMM, Terence F.; Beta Theta Pi
MacNAUGHTON, Robert G.
MILLER, Gerald S.
MOORE, Zelma E.;
Secretary Eng. Physics
RANTZ, Donald R.;
Badminton Club, Camera Club
RASMUSSEN, Walter R.;  I.R.E.,
Physics Club
ROGER, Robert S.; University Pipe Band
SAIMOTO, Shigeo, President of E.I.C.
TATEISHI, George
TOLLEY, Lamont C.
WINESTOCK, Alvin G.;-
Hillel, Zeta Beta Tau
engineering physics
Page 45 mechanical engineering
ATKIN, Albert J.;
A.S.M.E., S.A.E., E.I.C.
BAKER, Colin M.;
A.S.M.E., Alpha Delta Phi
BAKER, Victor T.; A.S.M.E.
BAYNE, Allen R.; A.S.M.E. Secretary
BELLMONT, Fred; A.S.M.E.
BERTO, Ben, A.S.M.E., S.A.E.
BOULANGER, Thomas B.; A.S.M.E.
BRADY, Edward C.
BROOKS, Fred J.; A.S.M.E., S.A.E.
BROOKS, Peter N.; A.S.M.E., E.I.C.
BROWN, Gary W.; A.S.M.E., E.I.C.
BUDD, Lome W.; A.S.M.E., Delta Upsilon
CHAPPELL, Mark S; A.S.M.E., S.A.E.,
Symposium Committee, E.I.C.
COULTER, Donald M.; A.S.M.E., Zeta Psi
DAVIS, Dennis G.; A.S.M.E.
DEVENYI, Denes; Newman Club
DJWA, Peter D.; S.C.M., A.S.M.E.,
International House, Camera Club
DRUMMOND, Thomas G.;
A.S.M.E., E.I.C.
DUPREY, Don; V.O.C, A.S.M.E.
FAWSITT, Thomas E.; Alpha Delta Phi
FRASER, Russell; E.U.S. President,
S.A.E., A.S.M.E., Phi Delta Theta
GARRETT, Todd; A.S.M.E. Treasurer
GIBBARD, Glen A.; A.S.M.E.
GORDON, John R.;
A.S.M.E., Phi Delta Theta
GRAY, Daryl H; A.S.M.E., Camera Club,
Badminton Club
Page 46 ;,;,r;-7'!^T;^ .,
HILDEBRAND, Gerald D.; E.I.C,
A.S.M.E.
JOHNSON, Ronald W.; A.S.M.E.
KANIA, Richard J.; A.S.M.E.
KEECH, Roderick G.
KEELE, Kenneth D.
LAIRD, Allan D.;
A.S.M.E., Phi Delta Theta
MCALLISTER, Ian R.; Phi Gamma Delta
McDONALD, James W.; A.S.M.E.
MANHAS, Karm S.; India Students'
Assoc.
MILLER, Ronald D.; Curling, A.S.M.E.
MINIELLY,   Keith   A.;   E.I.C.,   A.S.M.E.
MORROW, D'Arcy J.
MOUL, Douglas; A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Dance
Club
NEILD, Peter J.; S.A.E., E.I.C., A.S.M.E.,
Christian Science Org.
NEILSON, Thomas J.; A.S.M.E.
OLIVER, James E.;
A.S.M.E.: Phi Delta Theta
POTTER, Gary W.; A.S.M.E.
READ, Denis C; E.I.C; A.S.M.E.,
BC Professional Engineers
RENSHAW, R. H.
READER, Philip J.; Football Team,
A.S.M.E., Big Block Club
ROGGEVEEN, Roland C.
RUSSELL, William N.; A.S.M.E.
SHAW, Glenwood D.;  A.S.M.E.
STEWART, Gary M.; A.S.M.E.
STEWART, Roderick D.;  A.S.M.E.
SUZUKI, Toshio; E.I.C, A.S.M.E.,
B.C.P.E.
SWOBODA, Donald P.; Newman Club.
A.S.M.E.
THOMPSON, John D.; A.S.M.E.
Page 47 forestry engineering
class of 'i
TWEDDLE, Blake A.; E.I.C, A.S.M.E.
WILTSE, Ronald K.; A.S.M.E.
WOODHOUSE, Gary O; A.S.M.E.
ZIEGLER, Joseph;   Dance Club,  A.S.M.E.
DENT, Alan G.; E.I.C, Forest Club, Civil
Club
GRAHOLM, Eric
JARVIS, Paul E.; E.I.C, Forest Club,
B.C.A.P. Eng.
RAM, Bhagot; B.C.P.E., Forest Club, Civil
Club
STRINGER, Terry
CHAPLIN, Robert E.; Dawson Club,
Delta Sigma Upsilon, Phi Sub. RHO
CRAIG, Douglas B.; Dawson Club
GIFFORD, Robert G.; Dawson Club
HANKINSON, John D.; Dawson Club
Camera Club
HEWITT, John
LOVESETH, George E.;  Dawson Club,
Phi Sub. RHO
PATSCH, Benno J.;  E.I.C, Dawson Club
SEDER, Paul W.; Music Circle, Dawson
Club
SPENCER, Bruce E.; Dawson Club,
Delta Kappa Epsilon
THOMSON, Rolf C; E.I.C; Dawson Club
WYNNE, Thomas E.; Dawson Club
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BOOMER, WUliam C;
G.M. Dawson Club, E.I.C
DILWORTH, Louis;
G.M. Dawson Club, E.I.C.
FRASER, Michael J.; Beta Theta Pi,
Dawson Club, Big Block
FULTON, Clarence W.; G.M. Dawson
Club
GUNNING, Donald F.;  Dawson  Club,
Grass Hockey Team, Phi Gamma Delta
KLUCK, John F.; G.M: Dawson Club,
Phi Delta Theta
MILLS, William E.; Dawson Club,
Phi Kappa Pi
OLESEN, Jorgen N.; Dawson Club
SWIERSTRA, John; G.M. Dawson Club,
Psi U
GUNN, John D.
metallurgical engineering
mmmg engmeermg Fred Lasserre, Director of the School of Architecture
The School of Architecture,
maintaining high aesthetic values
on the campus, still retains hope
for newer and better facilities to
replace their aging huts.
school of
architecture
The Architecture Undergrad Society Executive
What!!!   No Roof??
Second year students examine a model
Page 50 Deadlines . . . Deadlines? . . . Deadlines!!
BARNES, George A.; Big Block Club
DIETZE, Siegfried; Arch. Club
DOUGLAS, Martin
KLEYN, Louke B.
PLAVSIC, Vladimir A.; Lambda Chi Alpha
ROBERTS, Dennis G.
SKJELVIK, Tor
THIERSCH, Wolf B.
Page 51 the faculty of arts & science
This year the Faculty of Arts
and Sciences offered a new programme for the degree of B.Sc.
Formerly, students in the pure sciences received the Arts degree.
Dean S. N. F. Chant
The opening of the Buchanan Building has been long awaited by both professors and students. The executive of the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society.
The main A.S.U.S. project for the
year was the sponsoring of Arts
Week in February, which featured
a debate, a symphony, and numerous
speakers.
Tani Campbell, the Arts Candidate, was selected
as one of the Homecoming Princesses.
Page 53 The Arts . .
Concentration in Anthropology.
Can it be deep thought? .
And the Sciences.
The intricacies of physics.
To stir, or not to stir
Page 54 arts and science
ABRAMS, Mabel H; English Honours
AGNEW, Pauline;  English,  Psychology;
Gamma Phi Beta
ALEXANDER, K. Grey;  Geology;
Newman Club, Dawson Club
ALI, Samadh; Zoology, Biology;
Pre-Med Society, Int. House
ALLISON, Barbara R.; Psychology,
English; Alpha Gamma Delta
ANDERSON, Milton P.;  Geology;
Dawson Club, V.O.C.
ANTHONY, Thomas M.;  English,
History; Pep Club, S.C.M.
ARNOTT, David A.; Bacteriology,
Zoology
ATKINSON, Thomas G.; Zoology,
Biology; tv.-issoc
AUCHINACHIE, Gerald M.;  English
Honours
AYLWIN, A. Leroy; English, Economics
BAILEY, Pearl E.; Sociology, Criminology;
Caribbean Club
BAIN, Wendy; English, History;
Delta Gamma, Totem
BAKER, Donald N.; Honours History,
International Studies; U.N. Club
BALLANTYNE, Clyde W.; Honours
Psychology
BAXTER, Nan L.; History, Psychology;
Conservative Club, Delta Gamma
BELL, William R.; Psychology, History
BERRYMAN, Janet L.; English,
Psychology; Kappa Kappa Gamma
BICKLE, Mary;' English, History;
Kappa Alpha Theta
BIDESHI, Ralph R.; Zoology, Biology
BOAK, Anne M.; French, Spanish;
Letters Club, Kappa Alpha Theta
BOONE, John A.;   Zoology Honours;
Archaeology Club, Int. House
BOWLES, James K.; English, Latin;
Zeta Psi
BOYCE, Norbert P.; Zoology, Biology;
Newman Club, Jazz Society
BRETT, Robert B.; English, History
Page 55 BRIDGEN, E. George; Physics, Chemistry;
Can. Inst, of Chemistry
BROWN,  Heather   E.;   History,   English;
Alliance Francaise, U.N. Club
BUCKINGHAM, Reay R.; English,
History; U.N. Club, Beta Theta Pi
BURR, L. H.;  Psychology, Zoology;
Pre-Med Soc, Pep Club, Psi Upsilon
BURTON, W. Donald; English History
BUTLER, Richard K.; Chemistry, Zoology;
Psi Upsilon
CALLAN, Donald M.; Geology;
International House
CAMPBELL, Charles C. R.; Zoology,
Bacteriology
CAMPBELL, Kathleen R.; Economics,
English; Kappa Kappa Gamma
CANNON, W.  Roger; Geography,
History; Badminton Club
CHANT, John F.; Economics Honours;
Economics Club, Phi Kappa Sigma
CHEN, Larry T.;  Zoology, Biology;
Chinese Varsity Club
CHRISTIE, Marion E.; English, History;
Alpha Phi
CLARE, Barry D.; Anthropology, History
CLARK, C. H. David; Zoology,
Psychology; Kappa Sigma
COE, Ngaire E.; French, Spanish;
Kappa Alpha Theta
COHEN. Arnold R.; Psychology,
Anthropology; Players' Club
COLEMAN, Ann; English Honours;
International House
CONDER, David W.; Chemistry,
Mathematics; Badminton Club
COUTTS, Dorothy M.; Sociology,
Criminology
CRESSWELL, John  G.;  Geography,
History; Track Club, Ubyssey
CRICHLOW, Eugene; Chemistry, Zoology
CROKER, Sheila S.; History, Psychology,
Biology;  Alpha Gamma Delta
CUMMINGS,  David  A.;   Chemistry,
Mathematics
CURRIE, Ian D.; English, Anthropology;
Critics' Circle, Letters Club
CYNK, Jean S.; Psychology, Criminology;
Mamooks, Alpha Phi
DALY,  E.  Joy;   International  Studies,
English; Mussoc, W.U.S., Delta Gamma
DAVIES, Robert K.; Economics,
International Studies
Page 56 DAVIS,  Murdoch  R.;   French,  German
DA WE,  Peter G.;   English,  History;
Mussoc, Alpha Delta Phi
DELBRIDGE,  Sallye;   English,  Latin;
W.U.S., Kappa Kappa Gamma
DEY,   William   G.;   Psychology,   English,
Criminology; Mussoc
DICKINSON, Paul G.;  English, Biology
DIEMERT,   Albert   J.;   Math,   Physics;
Physics Society, Newman Club
DIESPECKER, Eugene N.; English,
History;  S.C.M.
DOERING, Juergen  G. W.;  Honours
Chemistry;   Filmsoc,  German  Club
DOHM, Patrick D.;  Political  Science,
History; Mgr. Hockey Club, Delta
Upsilon
DOWDEN,  Boyd V.;  English,  History
DRENT, Jan J.;  Physics, German
DRENT,  Rudolf;  Honours Zoology;
Archaeology Club
DRUGGE, Leonard N; Math, Chemistry;
A.S.U.S., CI.C.
EASTER, Calvin B.; Chemistry;
Psi Upsilon
ECKSTEIN,   Lois   K.;   Chemistry,   Math;
Alpha Delta Pi
EGERT, Eugene; Math, Physics, German;
V.C.F.
EISENSTEIN, Avvohn;  Biochemistry
ELDER, Thomasine; English, Psychology;
Treasurer of Phrateres
ELLIOTT, Peter W.; Honours Chemistry;
Vice-President of CI.C
ELLIOTT, Valerie J.; French, Zoology;
Jazzsoc, U.N. Club
ELSTONE, Alfred;  Psychology,  Zoology;
Vice-President Psychology Club
EMERY, Arnold W.; Zoology, Psychology;
Jazzsoc, Pre Med. Society
FARIS,  Donald L.;   Economics,  Political
Science; CCF
FARIS, Ronald L.; Economics, Political
Science; CCF-Literature
FILMER,  Norman  J.;   Zoology;
Vice-President Unitarian Club
FODOR, Agnes H.
FOULDS, James F.;   English  Honours
FRASER,  George  G.;  Math  and Physics
Page 57 FRASER, Derek, R. T.;  International
Studies; Executive Conservative Club,
SCM
FRECHETTE,  Myles  R.  R.;   English,
French; Pres. El Circulo, Phi Kappa
Sigma
GALE, Edward S.; English, History;
SCM, Players' Club, Raven
GAMBLE, Leonard J.; Math, Physics;
Camera Club
GAUTHIER, Jocelyn; French, History;
Newman Club
GEDDES, Margaret A.; Zoology,
Chemistry; Subchapter Chairman
Phrateres
GERRATH, Joseph F.; Physics, Math
GILBART, Marjorie A.; French, English;
Players' Club, Critics' Club
GIBSON,   Richard;   Geography,   Zoology;
Kappa Sigma
GILBERT, Roland G. A.; Chem., Zoology;
Sports Car Club, Alpha Tau Omega
GILLIES, Norman A.; Anthropology,
Sociology
GIRARD, Charlotte S. M.; French,
History, Letters Club, Newman Club
GITTINS,   John  R.;   English,  Sociology
GNIEWOTTA,   Harold   G.;   Psychology,
English; Psychology  Club
GOETTING, Eleanor  L;  Psychology and
Criminology
GOERTZ, Richard W.; Spanish, German;
El Circulo, International House
GOGEL, Albert;  History, English,
Criminology; V.CF.
GOUDIE, Carol; Bacteriology and Zoology
GRANT, John L.
GREATHED,  Edward  D.;   International
Studies;   Secretary-Treasurer   Political
Science Club
GREENBERG, Debbie; English,
Psychology; Letters Club
HALE, Hilary J.; English, French;
Mgr. Girls' Hockey Team, PRO
Acadia Camp
HAQQ, Tennyson A.; Chemistry, Zoology;
Newman Club, Varsity Cricket Team
HARDING, David R.; Physics and Math
HARFORD, Donald B.; History,
Geography
HARPER, Jeanne B.  C;  French, English
HARRIS, Richard C; History, Geography
Track Team, President of U.N. Club
HARVIE, Gay E:; English, French;
Mussoc, Delta Gamma
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HAWKEY, Thora E.;  Anthropology,
Psych.;   Secretary   Choral  Society,   SCM
HAWKES,  Barbara M.;   History, English;
Gamma Phi Beta
HAYWARD, John S.; Zoology Honours;
Biology Club
HECKER, STAN J.; English, History;
Alpha Delta Phi
HEMINGSON,  Betty  Lou;   Kappa   Kappa
Gamma
HENDERSON,   Norman   M.;   Psychology
and Economics
HESHKA,  William;  Economics, Geology
HILL, John R.; Honours Zoology;
Dance Club, Aquasoc, Phi Kappa Sigma
HINCHCLIFFE,  Peter M.;   English
Honours; Newman Club
HOLSWORTH, William N; Honours
Zoology; Biology Club
HOSEIN,  Syad   M.;   Geography,  History;
International House, Isiamic Center
HOWELL,  Frederick G.  W. G.;  English,
History; PRO Dance Club, Players'
Club
HUBBLE, Wayne S.; History, Economics;
Chairman W.U.S.C, Rhodes Scholar
HUGHES,  Arthur  W.;  International and
Asian Studies; Beta Theta Pi, U.N.
HUMBER, Sandra S.; English, History;
Conservative Club, Alpha Gamma Delta
HUSBANDS, Laurence E.;  Zoology,
Chemistry; U.B.C. Soccer Team
HUTCHINSON,  Douglas  A.;   Chemistry,
Physics; CCF.
JANZEN, E. J.
JAR VIS, Allan E.; English, Mathematics
JEWELL,  Thomas  R.;  Math and Physics
JOHANNES,  Robert F.;  Honours
Zoology;  Board of Ubyssey, Phi Kappa
Sigma
JOHNSON,   Arthur   W.;   Physics,   Math;
Flying Saucer Club, Players' Club
JOHNSON, Charles M.; History,
Geography; Camera Club
JOHNSON, George A.;  Biology,  Zoology
JOHNSTON, David M.; History.
Geography, Vice-President UNTD
Gunroom Mess
JOHNSTON, Marguerite A.;  French
Honours; Kappa Kappa Gamma
JORDAN, Werner H. G.; Honours
Chemistry
KALNS, Ilga D.; Geography and History
Page 59 KARAS, George N.; Physics, Mathematics;
International House
KARPOWICZ, Jadwiga; History and
Sociology
KENT-BARBER, Rosemary K.;  English;
Sociology. P.R.O. of V.C.L.
KIER,  Digby R.;  Political  Science;
Math., Debating Union, Dance Club
KITCHEN, Richard A.; Honours
Chemistry
KORE, Runjeet; Chemistry, Zoology;
United Nation Club
KYMLICKA, Bohuslav B.; Honours
Political Science; Pol. Science Club
LAMONT,  Gwendy K.;   Anthropology,
Crim.; Mgr. Women's Badminton Team,
Alpha Phi
LAMONT, Eain;   Chemistry, Geology;
Mgr. Boys' Badminton Team, Delta
Kappa Epsilon
LAMPERSON, George W.;   German,
History
LANDER, Barbara Ann; Sociology, Crim;
Sec. of WUSC, Kappa Kappa Gamma
LANG,  Keith;   Chemistry  and  Zoology
LAW, Alan;  Mathematics
LEATHERDALE, Gene B.;   English,
Anthropology; VCF, Mussoc, Jazzsoc
LEE, Antonio C. H.; Chemistry, Zoology;
Pre-Med Society, Newman Club
LEE, Robert C  N.;  Chemistry, Zoology;
Camera Club
LEE, Luke S.  K.; Biology, Math.;
Newman Club
LESLIE, Barbara J.;  French,  English;
Phrateres
LEUNG, Frank; Honours Bacteriology
LITTLE, Jennifer A.; History, Psychology;
Conservative Club, Gamma Phi Beta
LITTLE, Margaret S.; History, Math;
Spanish Club
LLOYD, Gwenda K.; English, History;
Letters Club, Badminton Club
LOW, John C;  English, History
LOWE, Penelope M.; Economics, Pol.
Science;   Sec.   Conservative  Club,   Delta
Gamma
LUM,  Patricia  P.;   Bacteriology,  Zoology;
Medicine Club, Chinese Varsity
McARRAVY, Gwyneth M.; Honours
English;  President Letters Club Mussoc
MACDONALD, Neil W.; Honours
Psychology
McEACHERN,  John W.;  Math,  Physics;
Badminton Club
Page 60 >f - j '■ '~?.'iyryj*i'"<"~j '^"v**:.'
McGORAN, Mary T.; Honours
Physiology; Newman Club
McHARDY, Robert A.; Biology
McKELVEY, Shirley A.; Chemistry, Math;
Vice-President of Badminton Club
McLENNAN, Glen M.; Psychology,
English; Gamma Phi Beta
MacLEOD, Cameron J.; Fisheries;
V.O.C, Boxing Club
McMILLAN, James M.; Math and Physics
McRAE, Joan F. K.; Psychology, English;
Cheerleader, Alpha Gamma Delta
MacRAE, Donald K.;  English, Philosophy
MAHARAJ, Deonarine; Zoology, Biology;
Radsoc
MALKIN, Mary F.; English, History
MARCHAK, Patricia M.; English,
Sociology;  Editor-in-chief, Publications
MARRS, Ronald R.; Geography, History;
Psi Upsilon
MASON, Samuel N.; Chemistry;
Classics Club
MATHUS, Arnold P.; Geology, Physics;
Newman Club, Sigma Chi
MATZ, Detlef; Honours Math, Physics;
Physics Club, Dance Club
MAWHINNEY, Anne M.; Sociology,
English; Newman Club, Psychology Club
MAXWELL, James W.; History,
Geography U.N.T.D.
MILLER, Yvonne G.; History, English;
Newman Club, Dance Club, U.R.T.P.
MITCHELL, Kathleen M.; Bacteriology,
English; Jazzsoc, Delta Gamma
MOOR, Donald R.; Honours Philosophy
MOORE, James R.; English, History;
Grass Hockey Team, U.C.T. Society
MORGAN, Fred J.; Physics, Math
Honours; Sec.-Treas. Physics Club,
Newman
MORRIS, Stephen C; Physics, Math;
Camera Club
MORRISON, Nancy E.; Political Sc;
International Studies; Alpha Delta Pi
MUNDAY, Ray L.
MURAKAMI,   Lily  M.;  Bacteriology  and
Biology
MURATA, Gene T.; Chemistry Honours;
Secretary of C.I.C
MURREL, George O.; Math, Chemistry;
Newman Club
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NACHTRIEB, Sheila A.; English,
Sociology; Delta Gamma
NASTICH, Marion; Honours Economics;
Dance Club
NEEDLER, George T; Math, Physics
Honours
NESMITH, Cecil L.; History, Pol. Sc;
Mussoc
NEWHOUSE,   Gordon;   Bacteriology,
Psychology; Psychology Club
NEWTON, Shirley L.; Anthropology,
Asian Studies
NG, Peter R.; Honours Chemistry;
U.B.C. Tennis Team
NICOLLS, Oliver W.; Geology, Physics;
Rugby Team
NORMAN-MARTIN, Gerald; Math,
Chemistry; Pre-Med Society
O'BRIEN,  Ross J.;  Honours Chemistry
ORLOFF, Olga V.; Chemistry and
Bacteriology
ORR, Allan D.; English, Psychology;
Jazzsoc, Psychology Club
ORTENGREN,  Bernice
OSWALD, John K; Geology, Physics;
Varsity Outdoor Club
PADGHAM, Theresa A.;  Geology;
Dawson Club, Jazzsoc
PEARCE,  Richard M.;  English,  Zoology;
Assistant for National Research Council
PEARMAIN, Robert D.; English, History;
Inter-Mural Sports, Beta Theta Pi
PEARSON, Arthur M.; Honours Zoology;
Biology Club
PIRO, Katherine A.; Bacteriology, Zoology;
Alpha Delta Pi
PIZARSKI,   Ted  A.; English, Philosophy;
Sigma Chi
PLANIDIN, Paul; History, Geography
PLETCHER, Tony F.; Zoology, Biology
PORTSMOUTH, Joan K.  M.; Math and
Russian
PUTLAND, Peter J.; Chemistry, Math
RAMLOGAN, Moonie; English, Psychology
REID, Susan G.; History, English;
Conservative Club, Delta Gamma
REITH, Gunthey;  English, Psychology;
International House
RICHARDS, Leo B.; Zoology, Psychology;
Aqua Soc, Dance Club
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RIECKHOFF,   Klaus   E.;   Honours  Math,
Physics; Newman Club
ROBINSON, Raymond M.; International
Studies,  History;  V.P.  of  Liberal  Club
RODERIQUE, Eastmond M.; Chemistry,
Zoology;   Pre-Med  Society, Photography
ROSE, Isobel G.; English and Psychology
ROSE, Michael F.; Math and Physics
RUNGE, Britta M. R.; English and
German
SAERUK, Bernice H.;  Geology;
Dawson Club
SALMON, John W.; Geography, Sociology;
Jazzsoc, Sigma Chi
SANGHA, Tara S.;  Math and Chemistry
SAVAGE, Lauren W. C; History and
Psychology; Players' Club
SAWATZKY, Erich, Honours Physics
SAWATZKY, Jacob; Math, Physics
SCHRAM, Richard R.; Geology,
Economics; Kappa Sigma
SCHULZER,   Michael;   Honours   Math;
Mussoc
SEIGNEURET, Jean-Charles B; Honours
French; El Circulo Club
SHALLARD, Meryn A.
SHORTHOUSE, Sylvia A.; English,
History; Feature Editor, Ubyssey
SHYNKARYK, Walter  W.; English,
Slavonic Studies; Pres. Players' Club
SIEUCHAND, Alexander C; Zoology,
Geog.; VCF.;  International House
SIMON, Linda; Psychology, Crim.;
Hillel, President of Delta Phi Epsilon
SINCLAIR, Sharon S.
SKELDING, Susan A.; English, History;
Delta Gamma
SLOAN,  Davida   F.;   English,   History;
Delta Gamma, Conservative Club
SMITH, Jerome L. B.; Zoology and
Biology; VOC
SMITH, William T.; Economics, Psy.;
Psychology Club, Sigma Chi
SOLIGO, Ronald; Badminton Honours;
Math, Economics
SOPHER, Stephen R.; Physics, Geology;
Dawson Club, International House
SPARROW, David  M.;  Mathematics   and
Chemistry; Film Society
Page 63 STELZL, Edward S.; History and
Geography
STEPHEN, Isobel Marie; English,
International Studies
STEPHENS, Sharon; English, International
Studies; Delta Gamma
STICK, Edna R.
STOTT,  Gael H.;   Honours  Zoology  and
Biochemistry
SUDERMAN,  Erna S.;  English, History;
V.CF.
SULLIVAN, Dorothy M.; Chemistry,
English; Pep and Spanish Clubs
SUMMERS, Norma I.
SUTHERLAND, Hugh R.; Economics and
Geography
TABATA, Sachiko; Zoology, Bacter.;
Pre-Med Soc; Nisei Varsity *
TATLOW, Fred J.; Zoology, Psych.;
Pre-Med Soc; Phi Kappa Sigma
TAYLOR,   James   A.;  Math,   English;
Captain Men's Grass Hockey Team
TESBREY, Agnes V.; Psychology, Crim.;
Mgr. Curling Club, Pre-Social Work
THOMPSON, Joan; English, Int. Studies;
Pres. Panhellenic, Alpha Delta Pi
THOMSON, Donald S.; Math, Economics;
Men's Grass Hockey, Tennis Club
TOFT, Bernard L.;  Zoology, Psychology;
Pre-Med Society, Hillel House
TOREN, Eleanor R.; Political Sc
Honours; Vice-Pres. Pol. Sc. Club,
Jazzsoc
TRIBE,  Harold J.;   Mathematics,  English
TYSON, Thomas; Psychology, English
UNWIN, Wilma M.; History, Sociology;
Treasurer SCM, Classic Club
VAN ALLEN, Louise; International
Studies, History;   Kappa Kappa Gamma
VAN CAMPEN, Arnold W. H.;
International Studies, History
WARREN, Patricia A.;  French, Psych.;
Treasurer Badminton Club, Phrateres
WARREN, Robert I.;   French, History
WATKINS, David T.; English, Psychology
WATSON, Paul A.; Zoology, Psychology;
Phi Delta Theta
WATSON, Richard A. R.;
Honours English
WATTS, Robert A.; Zoology, Chemistry;
Phi Kappa Sigma
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WESTON, William C; History and
Geography;  Delta Kappa Epsilon
WESTWOOD, Patricia; International
Studies, English; Writers' Workshop
WHITE, George C
WIEBE, Walter W.;  English, History
WILLIAMS, Edmond C;  English,
Psychology
WONG, Yee Chin
WONG, Tom; Pre-Dental Society
WONG,   Kim-Wah;   Geography,   History
WONNACOTT, Jane C;  Bacteriology,
Chemistry;_ P.R.O. for W.U.S.
WOOD,  John M.;   English,  Psychology
YAROSH,   Walter;   Bacteriology,  Zoo.;
Alpha Omegasoc, Phi Kappa Sigma
YORSTON, Barbara S.; English, History;
Kappa Alpha Theta
YOUNG, Emily A.; Psychology,
Anthropology
YOUNGSON, Loretta R.; English, Latin;
Hillel, Delta Phi Epsilon
ZAKLAN, George L.;  English, Economics
ZINOVICH,  Lida  A.;  English, History;
Players' Club, VOC
ZUCKER, Harriet;  English, History;
Liberal Club, Hillel
McCALLUM,  James;   English,  History;
Liberal, Slavonic Circle
class of '58
English 100?
Page 65 Dean E. D. MacPhee of the Faculty of Commerce
The C.U.S. sponsored the Fall
Blood Drive and the annual Red
Feather Blitz. Intramural honours
came their way, and various social
functions added to a fine year.
faculty of
commerce
Ross Peters and associates during Red Feather blitz.
Student Executives gather around President Ross Fitzpatrick.
Page 66 ■iMS^^/V- .--       ':,    •.
Mister, got a dime?
Short pants shuffle!
Page 67 commerce
ALBERT, Henry A.; Marketing;
American   Marketing   Assoc,   Zeta   Beta
Tau
ANDERSON,   Gerald  H.;   Accounting;
V.CF. Baptist, Liberal Clubs
ARMITAGE,   Ronald   O.;   Production;
Chair. Liaison Comm., Phi Gamma Delta
ARMSTRONG, James F.; Alpha Delta Phi
AUDET, Gerald W.; Finance;
Newman Club
BAILEY, Roger J.; Marketing;
American Marketing Assoc, Phi Delta
Theta
BICE, William C; Finance;
Big Block Club
BISHOP, John R.; Finance;
Phi Gamma Delta
CARLSON, Laurance J.;  Accounting;
Manager Fort Camp Canteen
CHIU, Josephine W. C; Accounting
CLASBY, Ralph W.; Production;
Production Club, Phi Delta Theta
CLAYTON, John E.; Accounting;
Sigma Chi
COLE, Dennis P.; Production;
Production Club, Alpha Delta Phi
CONDIE, Elwin K.; Forestry
COOPER,   Robert  G.;  Accounting;
Accounting Club President
CORBETT, Gary E.; Actuarial Science;
Beta Theta Pi
COX, Donald F.; Marketing;
American Marketing Assoc, Beta
Theta Pi
CROSS, George B.; Finance
D'ARCY-GOLDRICK,  Michael   K;
Public Administration; Alpha Delta Phi
DAVIS, Chester J.; Science;
Varsity Outdoor Club
DEWHIRST, Gordon H.; Finance;
Liberal Club
DICKERSON, Robert W. V.; Accounting;
Conservatives, P.R.O. of Mussoc.
DIXON, John C; Transportation;
Pres.  Rod & Gun Club, Phi Gamma
Delta
DOWNING,  Charles J.;   Accounting;
Vice-Pres. Phi Kappa Sigma
DUNLOP, R. Keith; Accounting;
Sigma Chi
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EAGLE, Bruce G.; Production;
Big Block Club, Beta Theta Pi
ELSENER, L. Frank;  Finance;
Delta Upsilon
FITZPATRICK, David Ross; Marketing;
Pres. C.U.S., Phi Delta Theta
FOOTE, Clinton W.;  Alpha Delta Phi
FORTIER, Jean-Pierre, Marketing;
Zeta Psi
FOURNIER, J. (Jock) R.; Transportation;
Conservative Club, Zeta Psi
GARNETT, Don G.;   Marketing,
A.M.A., V.C.F., Vice-Pres. A.M.A.
GODFREY, Peter T.; Accounting;
Badminton, Sect. Delta Upsilon
GRAUER, George G.; Accounting;
Zeta Psi
HANSEN, W. Bruce; Finance;
Sports Car Club, Phi Gamma Delta
HOOD, James M.; Marketinig;
Delta Upsilon
HUDSON, Robert; Marketing;
Camera & Dance Clubs
HUGHES, Owen F. W.; Production Club
HUGHES, Ronald P.; Marketing;
A.M.A., Phi Delta Theta
HUNNINGS, Glenn B.; Transportation &
Public Utilities
HUSBAND, Bryan S.; Marketing;
A.M.A., Phi Gamma Delta
JASCOLT, Igor B.; Finance
JOHNSTON, E. Palmer; Accounting;
Dance Club, Delta Kappa Epsilon
JOHNSTON, Norma R.; Education;
Gamma Phi Beta, President Delta Sigma
Pi
JOHNSTON, Robert Laurence;  Actuarial
Science; C.O.T.C, Delta Kappa Epsilon
JOHNSTON,  Ronald M.;  Accounting;
P.R.O., Sports Car Club, Commerce
Banquet
JONES, S. Randle; Marketing;
W.U.S., P.R.O.-A.M.S. Council
KIRKWOOD, David J.; Finance;
Vice-Pres. Kappa Sigma
KIRKLAND, Philip J.; Production;
Pres. Production Club, Jazzsoc
KRAHN, Jacob; Production;
Production Club, UCF.
KUCIEL, Mitchel (Mike); Transportation;
International House, Newman Club
LAZZAROTTO, Ernie E.; Production
Club, Beta Theta Pi
LINDSAY, T. Barrie; Transportation;
Phi Gamma Delta
Page 69 LINTON, Gordon S.; Marketing;
A.M.A., Treas. COTC/RUS Officers'
Mess
LLOYD, Edgar R.; Accounting
LOCHHEAD,  Ian   M.;   Transportation;
Zeta Psi
LOGAN, Donald H. M.; Finance;
Conservative Club, Phi Gamma Delta
LOSHUSAN, Keith A.; Finance;
Dance Club
LYS, Ross; Marketing;
A.M.A., Dance Club, Psi Upsilon
McATEER, Kenneth D.; Actuarial Science;
Vice-Pres. I.F.C., Psi Upsilon
McBURNEY, J. Terrence; Marketing;
A.M.A., Delta Upsilon
McCOURT, William K.;  Marketing;
P.R.O., Marketing Club, Dance Club
McEACHRAN, David J.; Economics;
Ledger Editor, Alpha Delta Phi
McINTOSH, Kenneth A.;   Accounting
McKENZIE, Ian G.; Marketing;
A.M.A.,   Psi   Upsilon,   Manager   College
Shop
McMILLAN, David; Chemistry and Math;
Phi Delta Theta
MACTAGGART, A. Frank; Marketing;
A.M.A., Vice-Pres. C.U.S., Chair. Blood
Drive
MAHON, Kenneth W.; Accounting;
Mussoc, Pres. Kappa Sigma
MEISSNER, Martin; Production
MERRICK, Neil V.; Marketing;
Chair. U.S.C., Psi Upsilon
MITCHELL,  Donald  H;   Production;
"Ledger" Editor
MOGGRIDGE, Clark I.; Finance
MORFITT, George L.; Accounting;
Treas. A.M.S., Beta Theta Pi
MUIR, J.  Douglas;  Production;
Big Block Club, Production Club
MUNCK, Jorgen S.; Finance;
Bowling
NAGLER, George L.; Finance;
Treas. I.F.C., NFCUS Chairman, Zeta
Beta Tau
NELSON, Arnold M.; Marketing;
Phi Gamma Delta
OLSON, Barry L.; Finance;
Delta Kappa Epsilon
PASNAK, Josephine M.;  Finance;
CW.U.S.
PAULSON, Gordon R.; Accounting;
Accounting Club Rep.
PELLICANO, Marie R.; Finance;
Newman Club
Page 70 PETERS, John Ross; Finance;
Tennis Team, Beta Theta Pi
PETERSON, Carl H.; Marketing;
A.M.A., Kappa Sigma
RACICH, John; Accounting;
Accounting Club, Phi Kappa Pi
ROBINSON, George D.; Marketing;
A.M.A., Delta Upsilon
ROVERS, Gerald J.; Marketing;
A.M.A., Delta Upsilon
RYCKMAN, S. Ernest; Marketing;
A.M.A., Delta Upsilon
SHEARING, Roderick W.; Actuarial
Science; Phi Gamma Delta
SMITH, James T.;  Forestry;
Varsity Soccer Club, Phi Gamma Delta
SOMMERS, M.   (Monty)   S.;  Marketing;
Pres. Marketing Club
STEWART, J. Neil; Accounting;
Phi Kappa Pi
STOWE, David H. R.; Sales Management;
Big Block Club, Totem, Phi Delt
SUTHERLAND, T. Patrick; Public
Administration; U.N.T.D.
SWANKY, Oscar; Production;
Radsoc, Pres. Alpha Tau Omega
TARLING, Frank B.; Marketing;
A.M.A., Phi Delta Theta
TOMLINSON, John B.
TOYNBEE,  Thomas  A.;   Marketing;
Pres. Big Block Club, Phi Gamma Delta
TREASURER, R. B.   (Beraie);
Accounting; Phi Gamma Delta
VALENTINE,  C Peter;   Accounting;
Conservatives, Delta Upsilon
WALLACE, Fraser; Accounting;
COTC, Phi Gamma Delta
WALSH, W.   (Bill)  D.; Economics;
Newman Club, Phi Gamma Delta
WARREN, Charlotte L. V.;
Transportation;  Big Block,  Capt.  Grass
Hockey Team
WASYLIK, Joseph W.; Newman Club,
Jazzsoc
WATTS, Stuart B.; Production
WEBBER, Eric C; Accounting
WEBSTER, J. Lindsay K.; Marketing;
Dance Club, Psi Upsilon, A.M.A.
WILD, L. Edwin; Finance;
Big Block, Basketball, Phi Gamma Delta
WILLIAMS, John C; Marketing;
I.F.C, Phi Gamma Delta
WOODS, David C; Accounting;
U.N.T.D.
Page 71 The new teacher
college of education
Dean Neville Scarfe
■1     I
Education students observing The College of Education Undergraduates thank President Bill Jory
and his executive for a very successful year. Throughout both terms the
students have enjoyed themselves at
such events as mixers, a skating
party, and the Education Ball.
Fun at the Education formal.
C'est fini
Sharon Quast, Education Homecoming Queen candidate.
lEducation Choir practicing to entertain Oakalla inmates. education
secondary
HATTRICK,   Andrew  J.;  Math,  English,
United Nations Club
JORY,  William M.;   Math, Physics;  Pres.
EdUS, Vice-Pres. Liberal Club
LLOYD, Gordon F.; History, Eng.,
Chairman W. Canada Student Teachers'
Conf.
MACKAY, Malcolm C; P.E., Psych.,
Rugby
POWELL, Howard S.; Hist., P.E., Jassoc,
Parliamentary Forum
ROSSE, Louis;  History, French
SHARP, Thelma L.; Hist., P.E., Co-Ord.
Mardi Gras, UN Club, Alpha Delta Pi
SHILLING, George L.; Math, P.E.
SPARKS, William F.; Eng., Geography
STAMHUIS, Jan A.; French, German,
Alliance Francaise
STANLEY,  Constance L.;  History, Eng.;
United Nations Club
THROWER, Joyce A.; Eng., Hist.; Treas.
EdUS, Phrateres
WHITELAW, Hadden G.; French,
Commerce; Mussoc, U.N.T.D.
ALDEN,   Alisen;   Varsity   Outdoor  Club
ANDERSON, Beverly S.; Music; Kappa
Kappa Gamma
ARDEN, Sharel; Home Ec, English;
Alpha Delta Pi
BABCOCK, Margaret
BOYD, Judith; Alpha Delta Pi
CHILCOTT, Beth; primary;  V.O.C,
Alpha Delta Pi
CLARK, Mary L.; Home Economics
COOPER Violet M.; Alpha Gamma Delta
COSS, Vera E. M.; Music
Page 74 I    ■>"   ■
DAVIDSON, Joan A.; primary;  Gamma
Phi Beta
DILL, J. Arlene; President Phrateres
FIFE, Carole J.;  intermediate;  Phrateres,
Sec EdUS, Alpha Phi
FOSTER, Ruth C H; intermediate
GARRITTY, Bernward C; combined;
Newman Club
GOLD, B.  Alice;  combined;  Conservative
Club, Alpha Gamma Delta
GREENING, Roy M.
HEAL, Marjory E.; intermediate
JOHNSON, Margot F.; Newman,
Conservative Clubs, Gamma Phi Beta
McCORMICK, Margaret, elementary;
Conservative Club, Alpha Phi
MASON, David J.; intermediate
MACDONALD,  Sherrill A.; primary;
Totem Campus Life Editor, Alpha
Gamma Delta
McLAUCHLAN, Robert; English History
MORTIMER, Elizabeth; intermediate
PANKRATZ, Frank; intermediate
RICHMOND, Virginia B.;  intermediate;
Gamma Phi Beta
RYDER, Lorna M.;  primary;  Newman
Club
SEED, Nancy; primary; SCM.', Pres. of
Alpha Gamma Delta, W.U.S.
SNEATH, D'Arcy A.;  Gamma Phi Beta
TEEL, Beverley I.; primary
TEMLETT, Gary J.; intermediate;
History, Newman Club
THOMAS, M. Joan; primary; Delta
Gamma
WHITELEY, Patricia S.;  primary;
S.C.M.
WILLARD, Hazel G.; combined; Curling
LEE, Jack; Mathematics  and Physics
4 Atskktf Mb
class of '58
Page 75 Forestry, although one of the
smallest faculties on the campus, is
very active and always prominent at
such events as the March of Dimes
football game, cheering contests,
and the Blood Drive.
Dr. George S. Allen, Dean of Forestry
Home Economics Supporters
faculty of forestry
Page 76 Summer scenery
Practice makes perfect.
After the Blood Drive
one damp President!
Page 77 forestry
ATKINSON, Bruce R.; Forest
Management; Forest Club Treasurer
BROOKE, Robert C; Forest Ecology,
Soils; Badminton, Sec. Forest Club
HANSEN, Norman M.;   Forest
Management; V.O.C, Forest Club
HOWARD, Edmund W.; Forest
Management;   Silviculture,   Lambda   Chi
Alpha
JOY, Kerry R. L.; Management,
Engineering; P.R.O., Forest Club,
Badminton
JURAZS, Peter E.; Forest Management;
Can. Inst, of Forestry, Forest Club
LITTLE, David B.; Management, Finance;
Alpha Delta Phi
MARTIN, William F.; Mensuration,
Photogrammetry;  Annual Bus.  Manager
NAGEL, George S.; Management;
Editor Forester Annual, Alpha Delta Phi
NICHOL, John; General;
Forest Club
OAKLEY, Philip; Management and
Marketing; Lambda Chi Alpha
PETERSON, Everett B.; Forest Ecology;
Curling Club, Pres. Forest Club
PHILLIPS, John; Forestry  (Tropical);
U.N. Club, Am. Photogrammetric Soc.
RENSHAW, Francis I.; General;
Forest Club
RICHMOND, Anthony E.;  Management;
Research Chairman Forest Club
ROBERTSON, Keith J.; Management;
Fourth Year Forestry Representative
SHARP, Peter M.; Administration and
Marketing; Phi Delta Theta
STEWART, Vance S.; Forest Products;
Forest Club, Can. Inst. Forestry
STROMBERG, Ronald J.; Forest
Management;   Forest  Products   Research
Soc.
WELSFORD, Walter D.; Business
Admin.; Pres. Alpha Delta Phi
Page 78 "•
— JOHN DAVIDSON Dean Kalman Roller
sopron faculty
of forestry
The Sopron Faculty of Forestry,
established on the campus this year,
is part of the "Youth Organization"
of Sopron University. Although
banned by the Communists in 1948,
it is now organized in several parts
of Canada.
Sopron Student Executive
March on the anniversary of
the Hungarian Revolution
Commemoration Service
M
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i  viv ANDODY, Edith; Budapest
BAJZAK, Denes; Newman Club, Cegled
BELLA, Imre; Sopron
BENKO, Geza; Budapest
CSAPO, Imre; Bekes
GYONGY, Elisabeth; Perkata
HEJJAS, Josef; Abaliget
HIROZY, Bela; Orkeny; Newman Club
JUNASZ, Gyula; Vamosgyork
KASSAY,  Victor;  Turkeve
KOVATS, Martha; Budapest
KOVATS, Miklos; Tata; Newman Club
LESKO, Anna; Budapest
LESKO, Gyorgy; Kapuvar
NEMETH, Lajos;  Csnora;  Newman Club
ORLOCI, Laszlo; Gyongyos
ORLOCI, Martha; Szentendre
PALKOVICS, Janos; Alsobogod;
Newman Club
PANDAK, Laszlo; Kovacsavagas
PASZNER, Laszlo; Newman Club,; Koszeg
SZALAMIN, Gabor; Bekescsaba;
Newman Club
SZASZ, 1st van; Bugag
SZASZ, Julia; Mezohegyes
TAKARO, Laszlo; Debrecen
TRESO, Ferenc; Markaz; Newman Club
VISZLAI, Eva; Budapest
VISZLAI, Janos; Muscony
Page 81 the school of home economics
Under the inspiring leadership of
Edi Ciriani, HEUS strived to provide and support many activities on
the campus. These included the
Spring Formal and the Blood Drive.
Miss C. Black, Director of the School of Home Economics.
C Hill and M. Dunn effervescing NaHCOs
Done, overdone, burned, or charred?
Page 82 Triumphant Home Ecs in annual Powder Puff classic.
The designing woman.
A look behind the scenes.
Page 83 home economics
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ALTWASSER, Lynda M.; Dietetics;
H.E.U.S., Social Rep.
ASKEW, JoAnn; Teaching; Alpha Phi
ATEN, Edwina N.; Retailing;
BERRY, Joan N.; Retailing;
Alpha Phi
BIDDLE, Ann D.; Design
CALDER,  Joan S.; Majorettes, Kappa
Alpha  Theta,  Blue  and  Gold
CHONG, Shirley; Dietetics;
Chinese Varsity, Blue and Gold Soc.
CHRISTIE, Donna M.; Dietetics;
Gamma Phi Beta
CIRIANI, Eda M.; Textiles;
Pres. H.E.U.S.
COHEN, Sandra; Dietetics;
Hillel, Delta Phi Epsilon, International
CONN, Marilyn J.; Teaching
CRAIG, Anita E.; Dietetics;
R.C.A.F., H.E.U.S.
DUNN, Marie E.; Dietetics
EN JO, Ritsu; Teaching
ETHERINGTON, Sandra A.; Dietetics;
Alpha Omicron Pi, Treas. Panhellenic
FALL, Josephine; Textiles; V.O.C,
FICHTNER, Avis J.; Teaching;
Alpha Delta Pi, Sec. H.E.U.S.
GROCOCK, Diane E.; Dietetics;
Alpha Omicron Pi
HAAHTI, Miriam H.; Teaching;
Alpha Omicron Pi
HESLOP, Marion A.; Textiles
HOGG, Enid B.; Dietetics;
Pre-Medical, Music Club
HREHORKA,  Annette J.; Dietetics;
Alpha Delta Pi, Publicity Rep.
HULME, Patricia E.;  Teaching;
Jazz Society
KHALUCK, June; Teaching
LEDGERWOOD, Patricia J.; Teaching;
Music Society, V.CF.
Page 84 • ^■;,.r.w-~r^^r,'-!,''--'f,-"*-i<    ; ■
LINDSAY, Eleanor M.;   Teaching;
Alpha Delta Pi
MARTIN, Lois P.; Dietetics;
H.E.U.S., Alpha Delta Pi
MATSON, Lorraine A.; Teaching;
Alpha Gamma Delta, Blue and Gold
MINSHALL,   Marilyn;   Teaching;   V.O.C.
POTTER, Jean M.; Dietetics;
Alpha Omicron Pi
RITCHIE, Ann-Louise; Teaching;
Pep Club, Alpha Gamma Delta
ROUTLIFFE,   Anne   J.;   Teaching;
Alpha Delta Pi
SETER, Lorna A.; Teaching;
Alpha Delta Pi, P.R.O.
THOM, Diana R.; Dietetics;
Chinese Varsity Club
YUAN, Josephine C; Dietetics
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jnecofflin
Jane Hodgins, Homecoming Queen Candidate
Page 85 faculty of law
Dean Curtis
Page 86 The law Undergraduate Society activities were conducted under President Mike Puhach. The Fall Formal,
moot courts, "Legal Notes," and the
annual Law Ball rounded out the
year.
Law Undergrad Society
. the laws of the nation
Homecoming Parade—they should win their
case with this approach.
Dr. M. M. Mclntyre conducts a moot court.
Page 87 law
liMi
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AU, Keng T.; Chinese Varsity Club
BABIE, Theodore; Trusts, Hockey,
Newman Club
BEAMISH, Randolph W.
BECK, Stanley M.; U.N. Club, Zeta Beta
Tau, Sigma Tau Chi
BECKER, Alec J., Zeta Beta Tau
BRAMMALL,   Robin   H.;   4-Intelligence
Training Coy. C.A.
BRAWNER, Ken L.; Economics;
A.M.S.  Vice-President
BRUK, John
BURKE, Kenneth L.;  Jazz Soc,
R.C.A.F., Liberal, Delta Kappa Epsilon
BUSH, Patrick G.; Sports Car Club
Zeta Psi, Mamooks, Conservative Club
CORBETT, Peter G.; B.A.
CORBOULD, Brian B.; Dance Club,
Psi Epsilon
COX, Kenneth B.
DELMAS, Gwendolyn C; R.C.A.F.
(URTP)   University Squadron
DIAMOND, Charles, Zeta Beta Tau
DROZDZIK,     Charles   A.;   B.   Coram.,
Liberal Club
EDWARDS, Jack L.; B. Comm.,
Delta Upsilon
ERICKSON, Johann
FASHOWAY, Joseph
FOY, Frederic C
FREEMAN, Laurence A.; Hillel, U.N.,
Zeta Beta Tau, Debating
FRIESEN, Nick,; B.A.Sc.
FYFE, William G.
GALLINARI, Lucien A.; Class Rep.
GERONAZZO, Daniel D., B.A.;  Lambda
Chi Alpha
Page 88 GILCHRIST, Aluin G.; V.O.C, Liberal
GREEN, John W.; Debating Union,
U.N. Club, Zeta Psi
GROBERMAN, Herbert S.; Zeta Beta Tau
GROVES, Jack C
HALLATT, Halet F.; B.A.
HORSEY, Edward F.; Zeta Psi,
Pres. Inter-Fraternity Council
HUBERMAN, Samuel M.; Sigma Alpha
Mu
JABOUR, Donald E, B.A., L.L.B.;
Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Tau Chi
JOHNSON, Marvin; B.A.
JONES, George F.; Phi Gamma Delta
JONSSON, Carl R.; Dance Club
KEMP, Marvin G.; Sigma Alpha Mu
KENNEY, Harold J.
KIRCHNER, David C
KROLL. Guastav R.;  Lambda Chi Alpha
KUEBER, Philip T.; B. Comm., Big Block,
Phi Gamma Delta, Students' Council
LAMBERT, Clement B.
LAMBERT, John D.
LAZENBY, Geoffrey J.; B.A.
LECKIE, Merrill W.; B. Comm., M.A.A.,
Alpha Tau Omega, Blue and Gold Soc.
LONG, Ralph H.; B. Com., President of
Chinese Varsity Club
LONGSTAFFE, Ron; Open House
Chairman, Alpha Delta Phi, Sigma Tau
Chi
LOOMER, Herbert M.; B.  Comm., U.N.
Club, Zeta Beta Tau, Liberal Club
MACINTOSH, Murray F.; Secretary
Christian Science Organization
MILLAR, Hugh; Liberal Club
MILLER, David M.; B. Comm.
MONTAINE, Lome A.; Phi Delta Theta
MORELLI, Rudy; B.A.
Page 89 of 58
NUTTALL, David S.; Newman Club,
Vice-Pres. Law Undergrad Society
PAGET, Noel J.
PETRUSAK, Peter; Alpha Omega, L.U.S.,
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Badminton
PUHACH, Michael S.; B. Comm., Big
Block, Kappa Sigma, Pres. Law Undergrad Soc.
PYRGOS, Nick; Liberal Club
REED, George W.
ROBERTSHAW, Corinne F., B.A.;
Debating Union, Sec. L.U.S.
ROSBOROUGH, Frank S., B.A.;
Newman Club
ROSS, J. D.
SHRUM, Gordon B.; Phi Gamma Delta
STROMBECK, Kristine, Liberal Club
SUIKER, Heber M.; Liberal Club
THACKRAY, Allan D.; B. Comm.,
Beta Theta Pi
TOPHAM, Lome;  Trusts, U.N. Club,
Badminton, Jazz Society
TRENT, Marian J.; Secretary of Legal
Notes
VERCHERE, William A.; B. Comm.,
Phi Gamma Delta
WHELEN, George E.; B. Comm.,
Liberal
WILLIAMS, Bryan; Alpha Delta Phi,
Co-Ordinator of Activities, Student
Council
WOOSTER, Anthony K; Zeta Psi
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BEADLE, Lawrence W.; Law
BOBROFF, Leonard S.; Law;
Food Services Comm., Sigma Alpha Mu
BROWNLEE, James R.; Law;
Mardi Gras Comm., Phi Delta Theta
CARROLL, Theodora; Law;
CW.U.S. Pres., Alpha Delta Pi
COLLINS, Edward A.; Law;
Phi Delta Theta
CRAWFORD, Bradley E.; Law;
W.U.S.C Handbook Editor, Alpha
Delta Phi
CHRISTENSEN, Clarence; Law;
Phi Kappa Sigma
DOOLAN, Kenneth; Law
Swim, Gym Teams, Phi Delta Theta
EDGAR, J. David N; Law;
C.O.T.C. Open House, Alpha Delta Phi
HOWARD, John L.; Law;
International House
HUNTER, Alan D.; Law;
Alpha Delta Phi
HUNTER, Robert B.; Law;
Phi Gamma Delta
LEHMAN, Clayton G.; Law;
Liberal Club, Phi Gamma Delta
LEW, Franklin C. M.; Law
LOVETT, Harry; Law
MACKENZIE, Kenneth C; Law;
Debating, Liberal Club
MADER, Stanley H.; Law;
Beta Theta Pi
MATHIESON, Irvine G.; Law;
Liberal, Economics Clubs
MELVIN, F. Allen; Law;
Sigma Chi
MILLER, N. J.  (Burnie); Law;
International House, Hamsoc
MILES, William R.; Law;
Advert. Mgr. Ubyssey, Delta Upsilon
MILLWARD, Clifford J.; Law;
United Nations Club
NORTHFIELD, John E.; Law;
Chair. Hungarian Christmas Comm.,
Zeta Psi
ROSS, Robert D.; Law; Conservative Club,
Curling, Alpha Tau Omega
TYNAN, Peter A.; Law; Big Block Club,
Zeta Psi
WARDLE, David B.;  Law;
Alpha Delta Phi
commerce - law
Students leaving the Faculty of
Commerce who will receive their
degree in Commerce after completing their second year of Law. Dr. J. W. Patterson, Dean
faculty of medicine
Dr. C G. Campbell, Assistant Dean
Medical students took time from
their studies to enjoy the lighter
side of life. A picnic at Belcarra
Park and a Christmas party were
part of the year's festivities. At the
annual Med Ball, proceeds were donated to the Bursary Fund.
Page 92 Class in new UBC Medical School Extension at the General Hospital
Dr. Murphy: "This is how it's done ... we hope!" medicine
ALLAN, Barbara M.
ANDREEN, Peggy L.; Gamma Phi Beta,
Delta Sigma Pi, Alpha Omega   Alpha
BANNO, Masa P.
BENNETT, Richard B.
BIELY, Gordon G.; Zeta Beta Tau,
Alpha Omega Alpha
BROWN, William T.; President of
Medicine Undergraduate Society
BRUMWELL, Charles A.
BURGOYNE, Bud R.
BURTON, Jeffrey D.
CHAN, Eugene J.; Newman Club,
Chinese Varsity Club
COOPLAND, Ashley T.; Anatomy;
Beta Theta Pi
CUNNINGHAM, Warren J.
DOVEY, Bruce B.
ENTA, Tom; Secretary of Graduating
Class, C.A.M.S.I. Officer
FARQUHAR, Donald J.; Newman Club
FORSENG, Evan G.; M.U.S.
GOODALL, Roger G.
GRANTHAM, Peter R.; U.N.T.D.,
Beta Theta Pi, Sigma Tau Chi
HALAK, Joseph
HASTINGS, David E., Beta Theta Pi,
Alpha Omega Alpha
HIBBERD, John C; Phi Gamma Delta
HUNT, John E.; Anatomy;
C.A.M.I., Big Block Club,  Alpha Delta
Phi
JANZ, Leslie B.
JOHNSON, John E.
JOHNSTON, John D.
Page 94 a* '■■: $FT??Z ywj?.
KONRAD, Daniel B.; M.C.F.,
Harbour Lights Clinic Coordinator
KONG, Glen P.
MARITS, Maldus
McGEER, Patrick L.
MacGREGOR, Arthur J.; C.A.M.S.I.,
Alpha Omega Alpha
MEEKER, Henry C, Obstetrics;
Psi Upsilon
MIDDLETON, Gilman A.; R.C.N.;
Psi Upsilon, Alpha Omega Alpha
MITAREWSKI, Walter W., CA.M.S.L,
Arctic Club
MURAKAMI, Ernie K., C.A.M.S.I.
NNUBIA, Anadu, C.A.M.S.I., Dance Club,
International House
RAVARIS, Charles L.
RYAN, Donald W.
SHERRIN, Darrell A.; R.C.N.;
Psi Upsilon
SMITH, Verne P.
SO, Yan P.
SOGA, Ken K.
SOOKOCHOFF, Michael W.
STEWART-BURTON, Ann M.
TUPLING, George D.
WEBBER, William A.; Alpha Omega
Alpha
WEEDEN, Richard D.
WOODWARD, Joan B.
class of '58
Page 95 Miss £. Mallory, Director of the School of Nursing.
Twinkletoes
school of nursing
Germ Warfare
The activities of the Nurses' Undergraduate society were co-ordinated by President Glenys Zilm and
executive. Main events of the year
were the Blood Drive, Home-
caming, and the Crippled Children's
football game. nursmg
k^Aa
AISH, Arlene E.
ANGUS, Monica D.; R.CN.  (R)
BAUMGART, Alice J.; Liberal Club,
U.S.C. Rep. on N.U.S.
BELL, Jan
CHAPMAN, Jacquie; Phrateres
CLARK, Heather C; Dance Club,
Interfaculty Rep. N.U.S.
COURSIER, Joan P.; Don of Anne
Wesbrook Hall, Delta Gamma
DEANE-FREEMAN, Barbara
DELMAS, Carol M.; Dance Club,
Newman Club
DRUMMOND, Patricia A.
FRANCIS, Jean M.; Newman Club
HASTIE, Elizabeth  M.;  Phrateres, Dance
Club, Treas. N.U.S.
HEBRON, Margaret D.
HELLIER, Lorraine M.; Dance Club,
SCM.
HERD, Lois O.
HOGG, Jean M.; Dance Club
JABOUR, Juliet; Gamma Phi Beta
JANZOW, Esther A. D.
KAHR,  Joan A.;  Badminton, Psychology
Clubs
KILLEEN, Phyllis M.
KLASSEN, Pauline M.
KLUCK, Marie C
LANTZ, Myrla A.
LARSEN, Rita A.
MacGREGOR, Carole I.
Page 98 A would-be blood donor.
Blood "drive"
Nurses on parade.
Page 97 :.{i_>V'',».-3*-2'H,'";w.i '*.-'■
McKAY, Kathryn A.; Newman Club,
Alpha Omicron Pi
MacKAY, Norma M.
MacPHERSON, Jean M.;  U.N., Dance
Club, Vice-Pres.  N.U.S. High School
Conf.
MADELEY, Patricia A.
MOORE, Jean
MURRAY, Sheila J.
NAGANO, Audrey
PARKER, Phyllis M.
PARTRIDGE, Carol L.; High School
Conference. Soc. Rep. N.U.S.
EOUNTNEY, Lloy J.;  Kappa Kappa
Gamma
POWER, M. Joyce
READ, Christina L.; V.O.C, Pre-Social
Work Club
RICKSON, Jean I.
ROBERTSON, Elizabeth M.;
Phrateres Alumnae
SCORER, Patricia
SMITH, Patricia A.; V.O.C.
ZILM, Glennis;  Delta Sigma Pi, Dance
Club. Pres. N.U.S.
Page 99 faculty of
pharmacy
Elmer Ratzlaff provided enthusiastic leadership for the P.U.S. in the
last session. Highlights of the year
were the Elixer Mixer, Homecoming, and the Graduation Banquet and Ball.
Dean W. H. Matthews
Bruce McDonald and Jean Graham in the dispensing lab.
Page 100 Announcing of pledges by the Pharmacy sorority.
Stool pigeons.
The P.U.S. executive.
101 pharmacy
ANDERSON, Paul R.
BRUCE, Patricia
BURNSTEIN, Mitchell; Sigma Alpha Mu,
Ex-Officio-Talisman
BYE, Noel H.
CALDWELL, Ian C; Sports Car Club
CEPURAN, John J.
DE BOURCIER, Dave J.
EMSLEY, Marily D.;  Alpha Phi, High
School Conference
FEVANG, Leroy
FOSTER, Richard E.
FRIESEN, Abram J.; Ph. U.S.
GRAHAM, Jean E.
HASSAN, Leslie M,; Pharmacy Fencing
Club
HORNOSTY, Roy W.; Grad Class
Chairman
INNES, George C.
KEMBEL, Maxwell J.
KONKIN, Kenneth
KORNITSKY, Joseph R.
KUBAYASHI, Shigeo
KUHN, Charles R.; Ph. U.S. Sports Rep.,
U.B.C. Volleyball Team Manager
KUSS, Waiiam F.
LANGILLE, Donald L.
MacCROSTIE, Hugh W.
MacDONALD, Bruce W.; Phi Gamma
Delta, Pharmacy iFencing Club, P.R.O.
McDONALD, John T.
Page  102 ;■<;.* W*'r-i^>"i;'1,i'f-''^"v' '
McMILLAN, Donald B.
MITCHELL, James G.
RATZLAFF, Elmer H.; Ph. U.S. Pres.
Adjutant-CO.T.C
ROCK, Clifford A.
ROSS, Donald W.
RYZUK, Zona A.
SMITH, Charles W.
SWANSON, James D.j Phi Gamma Delta,
Pharmacy Fencing Club
TERRY, Philip G.
THOMPSON, Doug L.; Pub. Rep.,
Hospital Pharmacy Club
WARKENTIN, Ruth; Alpha Lambda
WEST, George M.
WESTCOTT, Michael R.
YOUNG, James S.
Page 103 school of
physical education
Students from the school of Physical Education again organized the
B. C. High School Gymnastic and
Swim Meets, and refereed all intramurals.
Robert Osborne
Shelagh Farrell
Autumn Student-Staff Dance i ..M ■ -r:"-^..-r:;./r#-\7";V
physical education
BLACKABY, J. Alfred; P.E., Psychology;
R.C.A.F., Head Referee
BRABANT, Alan F.; P.E., English;
Tomohawk Rugby, Kappa Sigma
BURGESS, Arthur C; Physiology;
Varsity Swim Team
CARKNER, Robert A.; P.E., Eng.;
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Rugby
CROSWELL, Shirley; P.E., History;
W.A.D. Mgr. Boys'  rules  Basketball
DEAN, Elizabeth A. I.; English
DOUGLAS, M. Joyce; P.E., Biology;
P.E.U.S. Fourth Year Rep.
ELLIS, Mervin L.; P.E. Psychology;
P.E.U.S. Production Director
GRAY, Gerald E.; P.E., Psychology;
Delta Upsilon
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KARRAS, E. Herb; P.E., History;
P.E.U.S. Fourth Year Rep.
KEITH-MURRAY, Marnie; Psych.;
Sec-Treas. of P.E.U.S., Kappa Kappa
Gamma
KELSEY, I. Bruce; P.E., English;
Pres. Christian Science Organization
MACKAY, Graeme M.; P.E., Mathematics;
Coach U.B.C. Braves Basketball
MANN, John R. M.; P.E., Psychology
MATOVK, Joseph F.; P.E.; Newman Club,
Delta Upsilon
NUNNEY, Derek N.; P.E., Biology
RUSSELL, J. Wallace; P.E., History;
Big Block Club
SARICH,  George;  P.E., Biology Sciences;
Liberal Club, Phi Kappa Sigma
SCANTLAND, James G.;  P.E., Psych;
Pres. PEUS, Aqua Soc, Delta Kappa
Epsilon
TOWERS, J. Ryan; P.E., Psych.;
Rugby, Football, Kappa Sigma
VON SCHILLING, Jurgen E.; P.E., Math;
Big Block Club, Football
class of '58
Page 105 school of social work
The U.B.G School of Social
Work is the second largest of its
kind in Canada. As well as class
work the students spend part of
their time off campus working in
various welfare organizations.
Director, Dr. Dixon
Problems, problems
Page 106 *-*v~wrqT-*~.vi Apr"?
. and more problems at the Children's Aid Society
Liberace at work
Page 107 social work
AGHAI, Mohd A.; Goverment of Pakistan
Officer
BARBERIE, Joan D.; Alpha Phi
BJARNASON, Don O.
BROWN, Jacolyn M.; Newman Club
CHEUNG, Norma K.
COADY, Patricia Ann.
COLTIS, Madelyn; Newman Club, Alpha
Delta Pi
DAFOE, Eunice L.; Secretary of
Association of Social Workers
DAFOE, Ruth
DAVIS, Dorothy D.
DOXSEE,  Harold  R.;  Treasurer  Student
Assoc, of Social Workers
EVA SON, Donald; Social Science;
Social Committee
FINLAY, Ann H; Kappa Kappa Gamma
FROMSON,  Elaine E.;   Hillel,  Delta  Phi
Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi
FUCHS,   Grete R.
GENTLEMAN, Glenda E.
GOODWIN, Harold G.
HAGERMAN, June
HANSEN, Joy K.; International House
HINKEL, Shirlee Ann
JELLIS, Jennifer A.; Fencing Club
JOASALU, Hilda
KERN, George H.
LAMMER, Harvery S.
LINDSAY, Ellis G.
Page 108 McCORMICK, Lindsay L.
MacDONALD, Janet
MAH, Bessie J.; C.V.C.
MILLER, Margaret E.
NIX, Joan F.
PALING, Freda M.; Newman Club
PROKOP, W.
SMITH, ROGER M.
TSAI, Lucy T.
TURNER, Joan M.; Psychology; V.O.C.
VAUGHAN, Jack S.
WALKER, Wilson C; B.S., Sociology;
Alpha Phi Alpha, Pres. Social Work
WATSON, Eunice L.; Philosophy, Music
WELSH, Gordon W.; Student Assoc. Soc.
WONG, Carole A.;  Jazz Society, Camera
Club
ZEIGLER, Bert H; President of Student
Association of Social Work
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Page 109 theology
Theologues are not frequently
seen around campus as they spend
much of their time in class at their
home halls. Although deep in their
studies, the Anglican and United
students still find time for a few
midnight raids.
Anglican Theological Student Executive
Union College
Page 110 Anglican-United panel discussion
Interested listeners
Entertainment at the Anglican "At Home"
Page 111 AND ON, AND ON, AND ON . .
graduate studies
THE MIDNIGHT OIL
DEPTHS OF THE UNKNOWN ALI, Mohammed Y., M.A.; Fisheries
CAMP, Bennett A.;  M.B.A.;  Commerce
and Business Admin.; Marketing Club
JOHAL, Darshan; M.Sc; Community and
Regional Planning; India Students'
Assoc.
LONEY, Thomas W.;  M.Sc;  Community
and Regional Planning; Sigma Chi
McCONNELL, Shean R.; M.Sc;
Community and Regional Planning; Zeta
Psi
MENSON, E.; M.A.
PENDAKUR, Setty V.; M.Sc; Community
and   Regional   Planninfi;   Debating  Soc.
PRAKASH, Anand; M.A.; Fisheries;
India Student Assoc, Camera Club
RENSHAW, Robert H.; M.Sc.
ROBERTSON, Georgina B.; M.A.;
Zoology; International House, Biology
Club
WIELER, Verner; M.A.; Community and
Regional Planning
WILES, Franklin A.; M.A.; Community
and Regional Planning
WILLIAMS, Robert A.; M.Sc;
Community and Regional Planing
YEH, Benjamin H. L.; M.A.Sc;
Mechanical  Engineering;   Newman  Club
class of '58
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Page 124 WELCOME FRESHMEN LEADERSHIP
CONFERENCE
Page 126 They gained oy discussion .  W:'W$&*'.
DO YOU WANT TO JOIN A CLUB?
Will it be Sasquatch, Jazz, or Psychology
Club? As the saying goes—it's up to you.
On Clubs Day, throngs of students gathered in the Armories to
join the organizations of their
choice. Over eighty clubs participated. V.O.C. won the first prize
for booth decorations.
Page 129 Chinese Varsity's winning float
Float Decoration?
And at the end of the day . . .
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The parade, the football game and
the Homecoming Ball were the
highlights of the Homecoming fes
tivities.
Vivacious Queen Doreen Serwa,
The morning after the night before .
Page 131 HUNGARIAN DEMONSTRATION
Last October the Sopron Students
marched in memoriam, bearing
their country's flag to the Memorial
Gym. There they placed a wreath
in honor of their heroic countrymen,
who on October 23, 1956, rebelled
for their freedom.
Page 132 A grim reminder of the past
Looking to the future . . .
Page 133 Our President seems to like cherry pie
Off to a roaring start in the Chariot Race.
Page 134 MARCH OF DIMES
The activities for the March of Dimes campaign
consisted of a pie-throwing auction, a chug-a-lug race
between the Engineers and Pubsters, a log sawing
contest, and the Powder Bowl game—Home Ec. vs.
Nursing.
Ben Berto wins.
I hope they won't need this blood!
Page 135 *.
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Perpetual noon hour.
NOON HOUR ACTIVITIES
Delta Rhythm Boys provide Pep Meet entertainment.
Page 136 Model Parliament—noon hour spectators.
Go, you 'birds! A scene from "Peer Gynt" featuring Richard Irwin.
Peer Gynt has just retreated with the amorous Ingrid.
PLAYERS PRESENT
"The Link," "The Torchbearers," "Diedre of the Sorrows," and "Peer Gynt." The spring presentation of "The
Importance of Being Earnest," will go on tour in May.
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MUSIC, MUSIC
The University Musical Society
along with the Choral Society,
worked many hours to prepare for
their spring presentation of "Call
Me Madam".
Page 139 FALL GENERAL MEETING
At the A.M.S. General Meeting in October, the main topic of discussion was
the $5.00 fee increase for housing. The
meeting was well supported and the pros
and cons were thoroughly argued.
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UBC's home team of debaters, Jack
Giles and Harvey Dyck, lost to the Manitoba team of Penner and Freedman. Final
totals of the debate were: Alberta 5;
Manitoba 4; Saskatchewan and UBC 2
each.
Page 141 Presenting an Indian routine
and the Barkerville Review.
Oh yes, "the leader keeps us informed!"
The Sasquatch Minuet!
Concentration and
deliberation.
Page 142 &&xtfm
MARDI GRAS 1958
The untiring efforts of the Mardi Gras Committee resulted in two very successful evenings using the "Centennial" theme. Proceeds this year went to the University
Development Fund.
Choreographer, Patti Wilks; musical director, Brian Gunns; and co-ordi-
nators Thelma Sharp and Jim   Horsman.
King Jon  Morris  and  Queen Mary  Saucier  reigned over the festivities.
Page 143 ACADEMIC SYMPOSIUM
Five resolutions were passed at the Academic Symposium the weekend of February
7. The resolutions will be forwarded to all
parties and committees involved. Topics
discussed included Teaching Methods, Academic Standards, New Courses of Study,
Curriculum for the Specializing student, and
Student Attitude toward Courses and
Faculty. Mr.   Roberts,   Chairman   of   the   Development   Fund
and several of his campus associates.
DEVELOPMENT FUND
The Development Fund members and Executive have worked hard this year in an
effort to attain a $7,500,000 objective. A
Development Fun Blitz Drive was organized
for February 17th to give the citizens of
Vancouver a chance to donate to their University. Introduction  of  the  guest  speaker,  Mr.   Boyes,
at   the   Banquet.
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HIGH SCHOOL
CONFERENCE
The Eleventh Annual High School Conference took place on Feb-
ruaiy 21-22. The delegates were welcomed by AMS President Ben
Trevino, and were given instructions by Chairman Russell Brink.
The students attended sample lectures, a demonstration by Dance
Club, a banquet and a dance.
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George Feaver, 2nd Member
Theo Carroll, WAD President
Brad Crawford, Executive Member
1958-1959 COUNCIL
Chuck Connaghan, President
Jairus Mutambikwa, Vice-President
Wendy Amor, Secretary
John Helliwell, Treasurer Pete Haskins, USC Chairman
Dave Edgar, UCC Chairman
Gail   Carlson,   WUS  President
Don   Shore,   MAA   President
Jim   Horsman,   Co-Ordinator
Page 147 OPEN HOUSE 1958
Open House was held on February 28 and March 1st. The
event was planned for many months under the capable direction
of Ron Longstaffe. The hard work of the Open House Committee created a very successful display which was enjoyed by thousands of citizens of Vancouver and the Province of B. G
Part of the     Architecture exhibit
Intriguing  scientific  display  in  the
Physics   Building.
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Page 148 Depths of the Mechanical Engineering
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The chances of the University of British Columbia's football teams,
the Thunderbirds and the Jayvees, were good until many players were
injured. Bruce McCallum, fullback-end, was chosen to be on the conference second all-star team. Negotiations are now underway to cut
the schedule for next year in half, with the result that the teams will
play the remainder of the games against western Canadian universities.
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sports Page 168 y-.Hr--
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The senior cross-country and
track team won the Vancouver Island Championship after a successful season. Jim Moore and Jack
Burnett of the senior team set a
new world's record for the 10 mile
two man relay at an exciting event
in U. B. C. stadium. The junior
team was second in the Pacific
Northwest Championships. Teams
have done well under coach Peter
Mullins.
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League. Practices were held every Tuesday
and Thursday night at the Field House.
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The U.B.C. Rugby Club, under the guidance of Albert
Laithwaite maintained its usual high standard. The First
Division Chiefs came second in Miller Cup competition. The
World Cup series will be the highlight of the season.
Page 173 CRICKET
The two U. B. C. teams, managed by Ralph Phelps, entered the B. C Mainland
Cricket League.. As last year's winners of the Gardiner-Johnson Shield, the team hopes
to retain this top position.
Page 174 K^MSiMi'^
FIELD HOCKEY
The men's field hockey has improved greatly under the coaching of Dr. M. McGregor. Top scorers were Victor
Warren, Don Gunning, Dave Huntley, and Gord Forward. This year five new teams have been added to the league,
bringing the total to thirteen. U.B.C. stands a good chance to win the O. B. Allan cup again.
^*»* Page 175 GOLF
Managed by Gary Puder, the six-man golf team
cavorted through soggy greens for a splendid year of
golf. Best player this term was Greig Candlish.
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Page 176 SWIMMING
The main competitions for the swimming team take
place in the spring term. Practices, held on Monday. Tues-
and Thursday, are coached by Peter Luszig. The team is
managed by Alan Dick.
Page 177 ROWING
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Under coaches Frank Read and
John Warren the rowing team
trained for the Henley Regatta and
the B. E. G. The boys practise
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in
the Memorial Gym and Thursday,
Saturday, and Sunday at Coal Harbour. TENNIS
In preparation for the Evergreen Conference, the tennis team
makes a two-week tour of California, Oregon and Washington. Managed by Peter MacPherson, the U.B.C. team hopes to win the Conference meet again. ■y :     .■ :  '/
BADMINTON
The Club plays on Tuesday and Thursday nights as well
as Sunday afternoons. The members take part in various
tournaments throughout the year. Eain Lamont is in charge
of practices for the U.B.C. team.
Page 181 FENCING
This year, under Coach Paul Burckhardt
and President Hans Greuninger, the club
has grown in size and scope. For the first
time in many years there was a large active
membership of girls as well as the usual
males.
In March, the Fencing Team visited Seattle and participated in the Pacific Northwest Fencing Tournament.
Page 182 GYMNASTICS
Carl Bottaro, manager, and Dr.
Whittle, coach, lead the activities
of U.B.C. Gymnastics Club. On
Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, the
members practice their routines in
the Apparatus Room at Memorial
Gym. A team is entered in competitions this Spring.
Page 183 WEIGHTLIFTING
The Weightlifting Club is managed by Vern Case and competes
with teams in Washington.
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During the season, UB.C.'s fourteen curling teams competed for a
trophy, and in April held a club
bonspiel. This year several teams
also entered in the Capilano Event
of the Totem Spiel and in the Pacific Rink division of the Console
Playdowns. Plans are now being
made for a bonspiel with other Canadian colleges.
Page 185 BASKETBALL
The university was represented
by three teams this year. The
Thunderbirds were coached by
Jack Pomfret, the Jayvees by Peter
Mullins, and the Braves by Red
McKay.
With the return of many veterans, the Thunderbirds have increased their potential. The addition of newcomers also raises the
hopes for the team in future basketball games.
Page 186 Page 187 SKIING
Page 188 *Yr;"'Sv
Under coach Alan Fisher and
manager Bruce Verchere, the ski
team spent a week at Rossland
training. Meets were later held at
Wenatchee and on Seymour Mountain.
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The Thunderbird Ice Hockey Club is coached by Ron
Donnelly and managed by Pat Dohm. The team is now
holding top position in the New Westminster-Vancouver
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Page 192 INTRAMURALS
The Intramural Athletic Association is intended as a means of promoting campus athletics. Organized under Bob Hindmarch, the faculty
representative from the School of Physical Education, an executive was
elected by those involved in the various sports of the Association.
Throughout the year many individuals participated, trying to push their
faculty, club, or frat to victory. Page 194 ■ 1    Ti "-'
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MEN'S BIG BLOCK CLUB
Page 195 GRASSHOCKEY
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Two teams, coached by Miss B.
Schrodt, entered the Vancouver
Womens' Grasshockey League.
"Varsity" was victorious at the Oregon Conference as was U.B.C.
when it hosted Victoria College
and Western Washington College
of Education. In addition to competition the girls participated in
fund raising activities to help send
a Canadian team to Holland in
1959.
women's
sports BOYS' RULES BASKETBALL
Two teams, coached by Miss
Eckert and Miss Kepper, played,
regular games in the Vancouver
Senior B Women's League. In February the "Blues" hosted Victoria
College while the "Golds" played
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coached by Mrs. Penny, played several games against Crofton and
York House Schools. In February,
U.B.C. was host to American teams
in a very successful Collegiate Basketball Conference.
GIRLS' RULES BASKETBALL Page 201 VOLLEYBALL
Coached by Miss Helen Eckert
the volleyball team had a very successful season. The girls traveled to
Victoria and Bellingham and
played against the Vancouver
Teachers' League, YWCA, Victoria College, and the University of
Western Washington. 'fJ^M^0W€0^H ■
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Represented by three women's
badminton teams, U B. G provided stiff competition in the Vancouver League matches this year.
Individual stars were Char Warren
and Gwendy Lamont. TENNIS
The girls' tennis team held their
practices under the able supervision
of coach Jack Milledge. Six girls
entered in competition with other
Vancouver clubs.
GOLF
In January, the girls, coached by
Miss Katie Duff-Stewart, began
their weekly golf practices. The
team took part in several Vancouver
tournaments during the spring.
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This is the first active year of
the girls' Speed swim team on the
campus. The team intends to compete with other colleges and to
form a league similar to the Evergreen Conference.
SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING
Under the direction of coach,
Mrs. Noel Morrow, the girls practised single, duet, and team routines, at Empire Pool and the
YWCA, in preparation for the B.
C. Championships.
Page 205 ARCHERY
Organized late in the year the
archery team participated in a very
successful telegraphic meet.
GYMNASTICS
The first year of extramural women's gymnastics was very successful. U.B.C. was represented by several girls at the B.C. open competition.
Page 206 5 ->■- ->.:.>:K;:,^->^'
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An innovation on the campus this year was
the women's curling team which held practice games on Saturdays. Although organized too late for the city legaues, the girls
planned to compete against teams from the
Interior and Victoria College.
SKIING
The girls held dry ski exercises in
the Field House during the fall.
Later the team competed in local
ski meets and in February, attended the Intercollegiate Ski Meet
in Oregon. TRACK
Track practices were held throughout the winter in preparation for
spring competition. Among the individual stars were Pat Powers and
Heather Walker.
Page 208 '"tiW^VSff; ':•
W.A.D.
The Women's Athletic Directorate was responsible for organizing both the intramural and
extramural sports program. The
executive consisted of Barb
Hart, President; Theo Carroll,
Vice-Pres., and Jill Mounce,
Secretary.
BIG BLOCK CLUB
Made up of both Big and
Small Block award winners, the Women's Big
Block Club was presided
over by Joanna Farmer.
Page 209 INTRAMURALS
Organized by W.A.D.. an extensive program of intramural activities provided an opportunity for
all women students to participate
in a variety of sports.
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SHAKESPEARE If people hnew how hard I have to work to gain my mastery, it
would not seem wonderful at all.
MICHELANGELO
Page 216 PHOTOS BY FRED SCHRACK
Page 217  Do not take life too seriously;
you will never get out of it alive.
ELBERT HUBBARH
Page 219   SPECIAL EVENTS
Page 222 — PHOTOS BY STANLEY  TRIGGS
The John Gitcins Trio.
Page 223 Suzanne Bloch, lutanist and folk singer.
Ray Sikora Septet.
Page 224 ST..'   'T      ■%
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—PHOTOS BY STANLEY  TRIGGS
Page 225 Robert Rogers, pianist, performed in the weekly series of concerts of French music.
Page 226 THE VANCOUVER SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
—PHOTO BY STANLEY TRIGGS DRAMA
"Ever Since Paradise," by J. B.  Priestley,
A Frederic Wood Theatre Workshop Production.
Page 228 "Ghost of Mr. Penny," by Rosemary Musil.
Holiday Theatre opening performance.
"The Potting Shed" by Graham Greene.
An Alumni Players' Club Presentation.
Page 229 —PHOTO   BY STANLEY  TRIGGS
New Guinea Dance Mask
from Frank Burnett Collection
Page 230 ^v.-j-^-^*^-^';^
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"Eyes"
Grizzly bear house post.
Page 231 Art is beyond nobody who cares.
JEWELL
Mother and Child.
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Ernenek—a piece of Eskimo carving.
Page 233 From other lands
Page 234 These paintings were done by a group of children, aged 13 to 15,
at the Mazzon School in Milan, Italy. Mazzon's technique of stressing
creative expression rather than copying results in paintings which are
imaginative and full of fun. Sketches done by Architecture students.
A work of art is a corner of creation seen through a temperament.
ZOLA
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Page 237   Barrie Hale, Critic's Page editor
Pat Marchak, Editor-in-Chief
Ubyssey staff in conference.
Page 240 .;-";'*. .    *
Al Forrest, Managing Editor Laurie Parker, CUP editor
Bob Johannes, Assistant News editor
UBYSSEY STAFF
iue Ross, reporter
Diana Smith, Senior editor
Allan Springman, Sports editor Neva Bird, reporter
Page 241 Norman Pearson
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Literary Editor
Loraine Rook
Art Editor
Barrie Coles
Make-up Editor
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Sherrill MacDonald, Campus Life Editor
Pat   Overhill,   Grads
and Faculties Editor
Diane    Watson.
Administration Editor
Lorraine    Rossiter,    Grads
and Faculties Editor
Staff—Rita Baumgart
Rosemary Coleman
Marie Lee
Zulette London
Shirley Lowie
Jennifer Steward
Sheila Wright
Jean Fletcher Men's Sports
Editor
Staff—Lorna Rowse
Carole Dougherty
Sidney Shakespeare, Women's
Sports Editor
Staff—Jeanne Blackburn
Ann Gordon
Margot Johnson
Ann   Blayney,   Fine   Arts
and Publications Editor
Staff—Dorothy Hardie
Glenys Dirom
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Marj Sands Flora MacLeod
Make-up Editor Public Relations
Wendy Bain
Joan Fitzpatrick
Debbie Brown, Clubs Editor
Greeks Editor
Greeks Editor
Staff—Irene Kudina
Staff—Diane Bowman
Bill Kurmey
Evelyn Grimston
Judy McDiarmid
Denise Long
Pat Peterson
Page 243 PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF
Wally Hatcher
Al   Groves
Jim Mason
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Mark Underhill
Stan Triggs
Anne Riemer, co-ordinator
Mike Sone, Totem photography editor.
Dave Vawter Pete Graystone
Asger Bentzen
Page 245 Student Directory Staff
Brad Crawford, editor, B. A. Lander, and Nan Baxter
Did you Pique? says Pique Staff
Maurice Gibbons, editor
Barry A. Rand, layouts
Merrill Leckie, distribution
—PHOTO BY STANLEY TRIGGS
I Jill ISSUE VSST. Page 247   UCC. AWARDS
Howard Johnstone
Jack Giles
Ed Frazer
Jim MacFarlan
John Davidson
Mike Jeffrey
Page 250 Club presidents get the answer from U.C.C. President Connaghan.
Discussion over U.CC banquet
UNIVERSITY
CLUBS
COMMITTEE
Page 251 PHRATERES
PRESIDENT—ARLENE DILL
"Famous for Friendliness" is
the motto of Phrateres, an international women's organization. Throughout the year,
skating parties, initiation, intramurals, formals, and service
projects help U.B.C. coeds
make new friends. ■'f:/':%>.^;^^j--^- .' i ■'"..'
BLUE AND GOLD
SOCIETY
PRESIDENT—MERRILL LECKIE
Hard-working executive members take a break.
Cheerleaders prepare to fight!
The band plays on.
Page 253 MAMOOKS
PRESIDENT—NORM COLLINGWOOD
The finishing touch
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U.B.C. Radio broadcasts campus news
RADSOC
PRESIDENT—BILL BALLENTTNE
Page 256 v-i.v^.v.-^<i.;^v.v'5S'
HAMSOC
PRESIDENT—LARRY FRASER
Up she goes!   Hamsoc erects new antenna on Brock roof.
VE7ACS sending.
Page 257 Punch line
UNITED NATIONS CLUB
PRESIDENT—COLE HARRIS
Clasp the hands and know the thoughts o\
Derek     (Lead,    Kindly    Light)   Fraser
pleads for U.N. funds.
The way I see it . . with all beings and all things we shall be as relatives.   Sioux Indian
INTERNATIONAL HOUSE
PRESIDENT—ELMER HARA
men in other lands
MASEFIELD
Publicity Committee
Page 259 Well-balanced    members     of    Alpha    Omega,
Ukrainian Club.   President—Peter Petrasuk.
El Circulo honours Columbus on wild Spanish
week-end.   President—Gerry Davidson.
Chinese Varsity at work on first prize Homecoming float.  President—Ralph Long.
Caribbean  Students  meet  in  their  new  Brock
clubroom.   President—Terrence Penner. ' ':'.V-:     ";-"."■ '
Nisei members relax in the
clubhouse. President—Ken Mat-
tune.
Alliance Francaise starts work
on Clubs' Day booth. President
—Debbie Brown.
German Club has Christmas
Caroling Party. President— W.
Billung.
Page 261 Governor-General receives the
Throne Speech
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MODEL PARLIAMENT
Supreme Court Judges leave the House
Melvin Smith heads the Social Credit Club, Norman Fages, the CCF. Club, and Brian Smith
chairs the Conservatives. Leading the Liberals is
John Mackay, while Jim MacFarlan heads the
LP.P. Club.
Parliamentary Council, headed by Jack Giles,
organized Model Parliament which later
travelled to University of Washington.
Page 262 I Rnou; no safe depository of the ultimate powers of society but the
people themselves.
THOMAS JEFFERSON
The Government
The opposition rises in protest
Page 263 Garibaldi.
why do men want to climb mountains?
. . . because they are there.
Page 264 --' ^.^>":w?.,^;'..vf^ri""^r"Jfc-
VARSITY
OUTDOOR
CLUB
PRESIDENT—CARMEN SMITH
Lions
Rainier
. and camp at Golden Ears.
Page 265 If you are happy you can always learn to dance.
BALINESE PROVERB
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PRESIDENT—JOHN FENNY
-PHOTOS BY FRED  SCHRACK Aquasoc members plan a weekend
diving trip.
president—McAllister
Page 268
Figure Skating Club entertains at
Phrateres skating party.
PRESIDENT—DAVE REED ■'f t ■'»* r "."i.J;;',*:M.^ *:&&. -.-'
Members of the Chess Club faced with a problem.
PRESIDENT—PHILIP BURKE
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PRESIDENT— GARETH SHEARMAN
Members of the Civil Liberties Club.
PRESIDENT —CHRIS RICHMOND. WkW
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Sports car rally . . . drivers in and out of trouble.
Page 270 CAMERA CLUB
PRESDDENT-^JOHN DAVIDSON
Equipment check.
Page 271 ENGINEERING INSTITUTE
OF CANADA
PRESIDENT—SHIGEO SAIMOTO
FORESTRY CLUB
PRESIDENT—EVERETT PETERSON Planning a field trip
PRE-SOCIAL WORK SOCIETY
PRESIDENT—JOHN TOWNSEND
ARCHAEOLOGY CLUB
PRESIDENT —RUDI DRENT
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At summer diggings
Page 273 DEBATING UNION
PRESIDENT—GRAHAM MOSELY
Debators voice opinions before McGoun Cup Trials. PRE-DENTAL
SOCIETY
PRESIDENT— RICHARD SCALES
Pre-Dents get ready for Homecoming
A meeting in the new Brock Extension
POLITICAL
SCIENCE
CLUB
PRESIDENT—ED GREATHED Varsity Christian Fellowship . . . members relax while planning conferences and a
campus mission.  President—Preston Mott.
RELIGIOUS CLUBS
Student Christian Movement . . .
Campers discuss next year's study
groups. President — Howard Johnstone.
Newmanites at a social in the clubhouse.
President—Dan Small.
Page 276
Baptist Club . . . members
take time out at a meeting.
President—Milton Nelson. Lutheran Students Association at
a lecture.   President—Bill Dahl.
Christian Science members study
in the clubroom. President—Bruce
Kelsey.
Hillel students listen to Dr.
Rosenthal and Rabbi Goldenberg.
President—Bob Kaplan.
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Army Corps at Inspection
Page 278
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Spring Commissioning Parade—the Salute
UNIVERSITY ARMED FORCES.
Tri-Service attends Turning of the Page Ceremony The Homecoming Float
RESIDENCES
Ouch! Watch those pins!
Brave smiles in sub-zero rooms.
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ELIO  PETER GRAYSTONE Page 293   YV<;, the I'ruternily Undergraduate. Members, stand jar good
scholarship, for guarding o\ good healtli, for mholeheaiied cooperation luilh our college s idoxds jor student lije. jar the maintenance o\ jine social standards, and jor the seining, to the best
<>/ our (d)ility. o) our college community, (jood college citizenship as a preparation, jor good citizenship in the larger inorld
o|  alumnae days is  lite ideal  that  sliull  guide  our chapter uc-
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jor serrice lliroiigli the c.huriK lor uuildiug inspired in the. close
contact and deep friendship of jrutcrnHv lije. \o us. jraternity
lije is not the enjoyment oj special prioilciics out an opportunity
to prej)are jor tridc and wise human se.ruic.e. . . . I hat the primary loyally and responsibility oj a student in
his relations milh his institution are to the institution, and that
the assoi ialion o\ diiv groiip of students as a chapter oj a fraternity innoh'cs the dejiuile responsibility o| the group jor the
conduct  o    the indii'idual:
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gamma
delta
What a day
Alpha Gamma Delta maintained their
fine record of participation in campus activities while furthering their work for
the Cerebral Palsy Association. Campus
leaders included Barbara Leith, Secretary
of Students' Council; Marlene James, Ex-
cutive Member, and Sheila Croker,
Women's Undergraduate Society President.
What a night . . .
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What a life!
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delta
pi
Active in Intramural and Panhellenic
events, the A. D. Pi's also found time for
their Dixieland Ball and philanthropic
work. Outstanding members were Joan
Thompson, Panhellenic president and
Thelma Sharp, Mardi Gras Co-ordinator.
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Tonight's the night!
The Champs
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alpha
phi
A-flapping we will go.
Too many cooks . . .?
Last year Alpha Phi won the Song
Fest Cup and the Scholarship Cup.
An outstanding campus contributor
was Barb Hart, W.A.D. President.
Aiming tor Mardi Gras.
Well now . . \
alpha
omicron
pi
Party time
AO Pi's "Figures in Fashion"
Show raised over 1,000 for Cerebral
Palsy and UBC Housing Fund. Active members included Sharon
Wright, Debbie Brown, and Edie
Matheson. International Convention
will be held next year in Victoria.
Lineup
Page 301 D. G.'s philanthropy work.
It's that D. G. spirit!
delta
gamma
SCREECH DAY
D. G.'s read everyday to two
blind students and aid the C.N.I.B.
Highlights of the spring term are
the International weekend, and
camp at Yellowpoint. Convention
this year will be at Miami Beach.
Toss it up! -,.'
delta
phi
epsilon
The Delta Phi Epsilons participate in campus activities as well as
Panhellenic. Each year the chapter
is engaged in raising funds for the
Irvington House Heart Fund.
Moment out for a meeting.
Copy limits explanation!
Sorority girls?
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Page 303 Pledges at work
A singing sorority
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phi
beta
The Gamma Phi's philanthropic
contribution is the maintenance of
two summer camps. They participate in campus activities as well as
holding a traditional Carnation Ball
at Canyon Gardens.
Fraternity exchange regalia
Page 304 '."-'    zt?
kappa
alpha
theta
Tween classes
Kappa Alpha Theta celebrates its
88th birthday with an international
convention of the 82 chapters in
Pennsylvania this June. Among
other activities on campus, Thetas
rate high in the annual Song Fests.
Beach belles
Memories are made of this.
"Theta House Blues"
Page 305 kappa
kappa
gamma
Time out for a talk
Les girls
Bon appetit
Highlights of the Kappa agenda
are the pledge party, weekly philanthropic work, the Beer Bust, the
Spring Formal, and the annual dinner at Chinatown.
There's nothing like a party
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Fun
and games
It isn't going to hurt a bit!
All set! !
I give up
's wonderful!!
Perfect bliss Not another party!
Heap big time
Homecoming parade
.Real Cards
Who needs a woman? Two's company
's wonderful!!
How's business
Time rolls on
Hear ye
Hawaiian Heyday
Page 309 Quiet evening at the Zete House
Hard work never hurt anybody.
's wonderful!!
Lunch with the Phi Delt's
Serenading Alpha Delts ■.v>'.   -r
alpha
delta
phi
High C?
Enthusiasm oh pledge day.
. and it's still krampt. alpha
tau
omega
Attention Mr. Bennett!
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Censored?
Last year the Alpha Tau Omegas,
active in student government and
intramurals, celebrated their tenth
anniversary on campus. Highlights
of their social year were the Shipwreck party, the Spring Formal and
the Post-Exam Bash.
Page 312 beta theta pi
Beta Theta Pi's are active in all
phases of fraternity life. Leisure
hours are devoted to intramural
athletics and annual flings such as
the Pledge Party, the Fraternity Formal and the Beta Dairy.
Chocolate milk
Home away from home
Breathe deeply and blow The Deke House
delta
kappa
epsilon
Phi Alpha Chapter of Delta
Kappa Epsilon was chartered in
1949 as the fiftieth of fifty-one
chapters. DKE encourages its member's to maintain a high scholastic
standing and to participate in all
phases of campus activities.
Annual Guys and Dolls Dance
The End of the Cherry Tree.
Bill to Jphn . . .
to Dale to Harvey . . .
to Paul to Jake. The Fraternity House
delta
upsilon
The B.C. Chapter of Delta Upsilon was established in 1935.
Prominent DU's on campus are Jim
Horsman, Bill Miles, and Bruce
Verchere. Last year, DU was a very
close second in the Intramurals, and
this year they are among the leaders.
Not milk!
Ski competition
Page 315 Always athletic, Kappa Sig's enjoy boat racing.
Sweetheart song
kappa
sigma
Active on campus, Kappa Sigma
participates in Song Fest, Help
Week, and Blood Drive. Scholarship awards to Ken Mahon and
Ryan Towers added to fraternity
pride.
In which lives the fraternity
Business, booze and breakfast
Page 316 lambda
chi
alpha
Well known for Baru and Baruce
campaigns, Lambda Chi's were installed in Lambda Chi Alpha and
Interfraternity Council in 1950.
Social highlights include Crescent
Queen contest, the Crescent Ball,
and the Spring Formal.
Centennial project? It's the thing to do.
Albert receives unexcelled love and care.
Fraternity house on West 18th.
Crescent   Queen   candidate   Barbara
Allison chats with fraternity judges.
Page 317 phi
delta
theta
Song Fest team
Phi Delta Theta maintains a high
level of scholarship as well as participating fully in campus affairs.
They hold an annual Spring Formal,
the Boheme, and the Bowery.
Wherein they dwell
All the brothers were bloody
Pledges were hosts
Page 318 Most secret of the fraternities, the
Fiji's activities include the Grass
Skirt, Song Fest and sorority exchanges. In 1957, they won the
song cup.
Are we going in, or aren't we?
phi
gamma
delta
I've got to finesse that queen!
Remember Autumn Leaves?
Page 319 phi
kappa
pi
Who's got my bottle?
Three traditional events of Phi
Kappa Pi are the Spring Formal,
the Active-Alumni Stag, and the
Christmas party for an orphanage.
Plans for a campus house have been
drawn up.
Jive? . . . Ju-Jitsu?
A quieter party phi
kappa
sigma
The local chapter of Phi Kappa
Sigma has increased its membership from sixteen to forty-four
within two years. Established since
1850, the fraternity is proud of its
heritage and optimistic of its future.
"Now See Here!"
Saturday Night at the House
Christmas Party psi
upsilon
Whistle while you work
The Psi U pledge, known by the
garnet and gold rock he carried
around the campus, took part in the
fraternity's many activities which
featured a Roaring Twenties Party
and a French Party.
Executive meeting
Who's got my rock?
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J   liL sigma
alpha
mu
Highlights of Sigma Alpha Mu's
year were the successful bowling,
basketball, and volleyball teams, the
pledge's Hawaiian party, the New
Year's party, and the Spring banquet and formal.
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Let's dance! sigma
chi
Heading Sigma Chi's entertainment fare are the Toga party, the
Miami Triad, and the Sweetheart
Ball. Last year, UBC's Maureen
Cherry was selected as a finalist for
the International Sweetheart of
Sigma Chi competition.
Cheers!
Toga-gathering
The good old haze
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Engineers check everything
Caf soup is pretty bad
sigma
phi
delta
Sigma Phi Delta is a professional
and social fraternity open only to
students of the Engineering faculty.
The Sigma Phi's maintained a well-
defined professional programme for
the benefit of all.
. but who's hungry?
Page 325 zeta
beta
tau
We don't believe it!
Song Fest team
The Fraternity's functions include a masquerade, a Bermuda
shorts party, and a Spring Formal
Zeta Beta Tau also took an active
part in the Song Fest and Homecoming.
The knees make the man!
Page 326 ■
Concentrating poker players
zeta
psi
To study or not to study!
Zete activities were highlighted
this year by completion of their new
house. The annual fall Apache,
spring formal, and monster fund-
raising bingo game provided outlet
for famous Zete vigor!
Then she said .
Zete house is newest addition to Fraternity Row.
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COMPLIMENTS OF
B.
BOE LIMITED
PLUMBING  &  HEATING
CONTRACTORS
•
652 Seymour Street, Vancouver, B.C.
PA6174-6175
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 339 so   vital   for
The choice of nutritionists
PARAMOUNT   Canned   Salmon   is   rich   in
protein   and   mineral   content,
maximum health and energy.
• Perfect for party snacks
• Satisfying  in sandwiches
• Superb in luncheon dishes
NELSON  BROS.   FISHERIES   Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
College Printers Ltd.
Commercial and Social Printers
and Publishers
PRINTERS OF THE UBYSSEY
4430 W. 10th Ave.
ALma 3253
For 'Week-end Snapshots . . .
That you'll  be  proud  to say 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.
(°)
EASTMAN
Photographic I Tft
Materials     LIU.
610 Granville
Street
FOR
TELEVISION
RADIO - PHONOGRAPHS
RECORDS
FINE FURNITURE
& ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
THOMSON & PAGE LTD.
2914 Granville Street
CHerry 5144
and
PARK ROYAL
WA 2-1288
•lust between us men!
Do you know that Birks selection of Diamond Engagement Rings at $125.00 is
Ihe largest and most attractive in town? Every diamond in this collection Is a
Birks diamond and the name Birks is engraved on each ring. You may choose
any style you wish for only $12.50 down — the balance in ten equal
monthly payments. We will be happy to show you these handsome rings
at any time for they are rings
that any girl would wear with
pride. Comparison will prove
that dollar-tor-dollar each is a
value that can't be matched.
B I R K S
Granville at Georgia
MArine6211
THE NAME YOU KNOW YOU CAN TRUST IN DIAMONDS
Page 340 With the Compliments of
GORDON FARRELL
Whether   for   Home   or   Business   Office,   our
Stationery and Printing Department will
Serve You in Many Ways
•
Gehrke Stationery & Printing Co.
Limited
1035 Seymour St.                              MU  1-0171
To the Student Body
OUR CONGRATULATIONS AND
BEST WISHES
Bell & Mitchell Limited
641 Richards Street
•    INSURANCE
Vancouver, B. C.
MArine 6441
BA. 4614
N- w..  / KE. 4144-Y
N.ghts:  | G|_ 2]26_L
Murphy Excavating
CO. LTD.
G. MURPHY
J. HOWE
1466 W. SIXTH AVE.
VANCOUVER 9, B. C.
YJTE EXTEND our congratulations to each student of the
graduating class of 1958 and wish you continued success
as you advance into the new fields of endeavours where you
will be meeting and accepting your full share of responsibilities along with your fellow Canadian citizens.
■//■
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
More than 765 branches across Canada to serve you,
including offices at London, England • New York •
San Francisco • Los Angeles • Portland, Oregon •
Seattle • Bridgetown, Barbados • Kingston, Jamaica •
Nassau, Bahamas * Port of Spain, Trinidad, and a resident representative  in Chicago,   Illinois.
Page 341 Solitude
FRED SCHRACK PHOTO
Compliments of . . .
THE
Brock Hall
COLLEGE
SHOP
Page 342 ; s
EATON'S OF CANADA
Since its inception In 1869, two
years   after  Confederation,   EATON'S   has
followed a rigid code of ethics.
Customer satisfaction is the basis of this
code . . . satisfaction that has as its
standard,   "Goods   satisfactory   or   money
refunded", the
famous EATON guarantee.
This code of ethics also governs
its advertising. All merchandize must be faithfully represented, be it saw or sable.
Thus an EATON customer knows
the true value of his purchase.
Ever conscious of the public's needs
and desires, EATON'S
expert buyers shop the world.  From   London
to Singapore, from Skagway
to Capetown,   markets are combed
to bring to Canadians the very best.
EATON'S continues to serve
Canada at is has done traditionally,
honestly and well.
For the B.C. logger or
Newfoundland fisherman, for the
college co-ed or
village housewife,
EATON'S is a trusted and
friendly name.
/$ there a career in retailing
for you at . . .
EATON'S of CANADA
LARGEST   DEPARTMENT-STORE   ORGANIZATION   IN  THE   BRITISH   COMMONWEALTH
Page 343 MAKE UP A PARTY
FOR SATURDAY NIGHT DANCING
AT THE
BEAUTIFUL
COMMODORE
CABARET
Reservations: PA. 7838
872 Granville Street
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Your Sign of
GUARANTEED
PROTECTION
in Paint Finishes
GENERAL PAINT CORPORATION
OF     CANADA     LIMITED
950 Raymur Avenue, Vancouver
For industrial finishes and specialty coatings to
meet your specific needs call on GENERAL
PAINTS Technical Service.
Telephone MU  1-5311
far  complete  information
Makers of Monamel and Monaseal
you travel in good company
with
THE   ■BANK
Banking today requires young men who can
serve the Bank's interests in many parts of the
world. There are problems to be met and
decisions to be made on the spot... rather than
from behind a desk miles away. At Toronto-
Dominion we will, over the next few decades,
be vitally involved in Canada's great expansion.
If you are interested in a career that touches
every type of Canadian business . . . come
in and see us.
TORONTO-DOMINION
THI BANK  THAT LOOKS AHIAO
BANK
604741
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Brooks - Corning
CO. LTD.
655 Hornby Street
PAcific 9936
• RESIDENTIAL ..„„. ,T|Alin
* TKEnk INSTALLATIONS
By
FLOORCBAFT LIMITED
VANCOUVER'S  LEADERS  IN  FLOOR COVERINGS
1964 W. Broadway
BAyview 4628
Page 345 ward*.
Vancouver's Pioneer Store, salutes B.C.'s Centennial
Jubilee in tribute to a great Provincel
Since the first store was established in 1892, Woodward's have been an integral part of the growth and
progress of B.C. . . . always expanding to keep pace
with, the needs and wants of ever-increasing multitudes
of shoppers.
There are now seven Woodward Stores to serve
Western Canada, and 1959 will mark the completion of
OAKRIDGE in Vancouver ... a multi-million dollar
shopping centre, with facilities that promise a unique experience in shopping pleasure for Woodward customers.
■ '■   *  " ■'.. ■■" '
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VICTORIA       PORT AI-PERlSt       WESTMOJUNT
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Bank of Montreal
Your Bank on the Campus — In the Administration Building
MERLE  C.  KIRBY,  Manager
WORKING WITH CANADIANS  IN EVERY WALK OF LIFE SINCE 1817
Page 347 THE EVANS. COLEMAN &
EVANS  ORGANIZATION:
EVANS, COLEMAN & EVANS LIMITED       Vancouver, B.C.
CHAMPION & WHITE LIMITED Vancouver, B.C.
McCLEERY & WESTON LIMITED Vancouver, B.C.
CLAYBURN  COMPANY  LIMITED Vancouver, B.C.
B.C. CONCRETE LTD Vancouver, B.C.
DIETHERS LTD Vancouver, B.C.
MARPOLE TOWING COMPANY LIMITED    Vancouver, B.C.
HILLSIDE SAND & GRAVEL LIMITED        Vancouver, B.C.
GILLEY BROS. LIMITED  New Westminster, B.C.
EVANS, COLEMAN & JOHNSON
BROS. LIMITED  Victoria, B.C.
BAKER BRICK & TILE COMPANY LIMITED    Victoria, B.C.
ALBERTA CLAY PRODUCTS
LIMITED  Medicine Hat, Alberta
Working "Partner of those who build in Western Canada
Page 348 OUR BUSINESS IS PRIMARILY THE
MANUFACTURE AND DISTRIBUTION OF
QUALITY CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS TO
THE BUILDING INDUSTRY
IN WESTERN CANADA
WE MANUFACTURE
Clay, face and common brick, vitrified pipe, flue lining and refractory products.
Concrete and pumice brick, blocks, partition tile and drain tile, etc.
WE PRODUCE
TRUE-MIX concrete to specification. Concrete aggregates, sand and gravel,
crushed and quarried stone, riprap.
WE DISTRIBUTE
Building supplies of all descriptions, also reinforcing steel and mesh, rails, cast iron
pipe, steel scaffolding, acrow props, etc. Domestic and industrial coals.
WE OPERATE
A fleet of tugs, scows, and derricks, deep sea and coast-wise wharves,
warehouses with trackage facilities, etc.
Page 349 SYMBOLIC WITH THE NAME
Qjuleiner
"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.
MArine 6656-7-8
BERNARD
Laundry Services Limited
(A. R. Bernard ~ Manager)
COMMERCIAL LAUNDERERS
Linen Supplies
Dickens  1155
130 West 5th Ave.
Vancouver, B. C
Page 350 Compliments of . . .
MARTY'S ltd
in the University District
4409 West 10th Ave.
Vancouver, B. C.
With the Compliments of
Boyles Bros. Drilling Company Ltd.
DIAMOND DRILL
CONTRACTORS & MANUFACTURERS
1275 - 1291  Parker St.
Vancouver, B.C.
CHerry 7161                                   CEdar 7211
Allied Heat & Fuel Ltd.
2096 WEST  13TH   AVE.               VAUCOUVER,   B.  C.
IMPERIAL ESSO STOVE OIL
FURNACE OIL - BUNKER OIL
CLEAN COAL—All Grades and Sizes
FIR SAWDUST
The English Shop
A Complete Selection of the World's Finest Apparel
For Men and Women
Burberry, Chester Barrie and Rodex Coats
Braemar, Lyle & Scott, Pringle Cashmere Sweaters
905 — West Georgia Street
773 — Park Royal — West Vancouver
AT HOME ON THE CAMPUS
Dairyland products are delivered to
UBC every day; UBC-trained Jbac-
teriologists staff trie Dairyland laboratory; UBC's Faculty of Agriculture has worked in close co-operation
with Dairyland for many years.
Dairyland is proud of this long association with the University of British
Columbia.
A Division of the Fraser Valley
Milk Producers' Association.
Page 351 THERE IS A BIG DIFFERENCE
in
. . STYLE
. . QUALITY
. . FIT
When your SUITS
ARE CUSTOM MADE By
MODERNIZE TAILORS
1  W. Pender at Carrall
MUtual 5-0610
O. B. ALLAN
LIMITED
JEWELLERS
DIAMONDS
Granville at Pender
SILVERSMITHS
WATCHES
Vancouver, B. C.
NOW
3 Stores
to serve you better
Wfllson Stationery Co. Ltd.
830 W. Pender 522 West Hastings
3657  Kingsway,  Burnaby
Vancouver's Largest Stationer and Office
Equipment Dealer
Drink Milk
Often
Helps you feel
your best . . .
Look your Best
. . . and do
your Best.
Page 352 Peter Van Dyke's Barber Shop
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Active people of all ages need the
sustaining, satisfying food value of
Roger's Golden Syrup. It replenishes muscular energy in a matter
of minutes. It is delicious tasting,
wholesome and pure.
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THE B.C.SUGAR REFINING CO. LTD.
ALWAYS
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CHOOSE A CHALLENGING CAREER!
as a
CHARTERED
ACCOUNTANT
(C.A.)
Do you like meeting people?
Do you like interesting work, that takes you into ever)
kind of office, and to mines, mills, factories, ranches,
shipyards, retail stores, banks and financial houses?
Would you like to have a thorough knowledge of
accounting, auditing, and taxation?
Would you like to combine practical and theoretical
training, leading to independent professional status, or
an executive position in industry or government service?
IF SO
WHY NOT ENQUIRE ABOUT BECOMING
A CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT?
There are several methods of obtaining the required
training:
• Combined B. Com. — C.A. Coarse
• University Degree followed by the C.A. Course
• The C.A. Course followed by the B. Com. Course
• The Chartered Accountants' Course alone
For Brochure or Further Details, Contact:
The Institute of Chartered Accountants
475 Howe Street
MUtual 1-3264
OR
The Faculty of Commerce
University of British Columbia
Page 355 rllllllV   SflYICI
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CONGRATULATIONS
to the
GRADUATING CLASSES
May your future be
Happy
Weaftriy
and
Healthy
What a wonderful   future there  is waiting for you,
What a wonderful future, and to make it come true —
"Tuum est" is  the phrase, the phrase you must know,
For without this small phrase, it just can't be so.
"Tuum est," it is simple, to speak or to write,
But those two small words can kindle a  light —
A light in the mind — of what one can do,
"Tuum est" is the phrase, "It's up to you."
No matter the task, or how rough the road,
These two  little words will e'er ease the load;
Repeat them, believe them, for they do not lie —
Two wonderful words,  for all who   will try.
What'er you might do,  or wherever you are.
Forget these two words and  you'll not go far.
Your path will  be thorny, you'll not do your best,
So just never forget — that 'tis always "Tuum est!"
These words will apply, throughout every day,
At work, in your home, and even in play!
They are truly important and right down  to earth.
And the depth of their learning will measure your worth!
BEST-Printer Co. Ltd.
(formerly BEST Mimeograph Co. Ltd.)
F. A. Best, Manager
Lithograph - Spirit - Mimeograph
151 West Hastings, Vancouver 3, B. C, TAtlow 3742
For ten years we have been privileged to supply the
University of British Columbia with Law Case
Books, Lab. Manuals, Graph Papers, etc.
Page 356 J
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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 Phone Emerald 3344
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Congratulations f
Best Wishes
U.B.C. GRADS
MURRAY
LIMITED
3355 GRAND-VIEW HIGHWAY
HEmlock 3-1221
•    •    •
BEST WISHES . .
U.B.C. GRADS /
THE KEYSTONE PRESS LTD.
Printers Lithographers
860 KINGSWAY, VANCOUVER EX press 1541
Compliments of . . .
McCOLL-FRONTENAC OIL
COMPANY LIMITED
Texaco Petroleum Products
789 West Pender
TAtlow 1335
Pitman Business College
Vancouver's  Leading Business  College
Since 1898
Secretarial Training
Stenography
Accountancy
Typewriting
Dictaphone
Comptometer
DAY and NIGHT CLASSES—Enrol at Any Time
BROADWAY at GRANVILLE
ANIA S.  KANCS,   P.C.T., Principal
Page 357 Page 358
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RETAIL STORE
FREE    PARKING
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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
BROCK HALL
(Snack Bar and Dining Room)
CAF
BUS STOP COFFEE BAR
FACULTY DINING ROOM
GYM CAF
Arrangements may also be made for:
TEAS, BANQUETS and WEDDING RECEPTIONS
Page 359 SERVICE
To Alumni, the University and the community.    This is the purpose of the
U.B.C. Alumni Association of which you are now a member.
. . . OBJECTIVES
a. To bring about the unity of graduates or former students of the University
of British Columbia and to further among them the spirit of friendship of
undergraduate days.
b. To instil in all graduates of the University of B.C. a feeling of loyalty to
the University and a sense of responsibility for the continuance of the educational work of the University and for service to the public of British
Columbia.
c. To support suitable undertakings for the facilitation of the work of the
University or of education in general, and to cooperate with organizations
with similar aims and objects.
d. To educate public opinion regarding the needs, the use and benefit of the
University of B.C. and education in general.
e. To adopt a definite policy on questions directly or indirectly affecting
the University of B.C., education in the Province of B.C. or graduates of the
University of B.C., or persons engaged in educational work in the Province
of British Columbia.
Alumni Association of the University of
British Columbia
252 Brock Hall
ALma 4200
Page 360 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
GdtfoX
FRANK L. BOTT & CO.
STEP-O-MATIC
Adding Machines
• Faster—
More automatic—less fingering
• Smoother—
Symmetric Keyboard means super
smooth operation
• Calculator Performance—
At adding machine cost when multiplying
• Simple—
No special training needed
• Reliable—
Superlative precision construction backed by
complete mechanical service
MACHINES FOR
ADDING — CALCULATING — BOOKKEEPING
Vancouver        418 Abbott St. MUtual 1-2423
Victoria 943 Yates St. 23812
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 725 5228
Page 361 thompson, berwick and pratt, architects
triggs photo
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B.C. ELECTRIC EXPANDS
SERVICES MORE IN
12 POST-WAR YEARS THAN
IN PREVIOUS 50 YEARS!
OVER 40 MILLION  MANHOURS  OF CONSTRUCTION WORK, PLUS S300 MILLION
in materials, have already gone into facilities to provide better utility service for more
homes and industries in B.C.'s fast-growing lower mainland area. And in 1958 alone,
additional B.C. Electric projects amounting to $98,600,000 will bring the total for expansion
and improvements from 1946 through 1958 to over $575 million.
an important contribution to b.c.'S economy, this vast, continuing program
has provided local employment in a variety of trades, as well as creating work for thousands
of other people in factories across Canada. Service improvements and additions have
included introduction of natural gas bringing its benefits of better living, and an increase
in electric power generating capacity to over three times what it was in 1947.
B.C. ELECTRIC
Page 363 gW TVit&e*
Makers of:
MAPLE LEAF
HAMS & BACON
Margene
Domestic
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EXPORT
CANADA'S    FINEST
CIGARETTE
Page 364 ADVERTISERS* INDEX
O. B. Allan  352
Allied Heat and Fuel   351
Alumni Association   360
Bamboo Terrace  334
Bank of Montreal  347
B. C. Electric   363
B. C. Sugar   353
Bell and Mitchell  341
Bernard Laundry   350
Best Mimeograph   356
Henry Birks and Sons  340
B. Boe, Ltd  339
Frank L. Bott   361
Bowell McLean   336
Boyles Bros  351
Brooks — Corning   345
Campbell Studios  334
Canada Packers   364
Canadian Bank of Commerce   341
Canadian Westinghouse   354
Canadian Wood, Pipe & Tank  338
Coca - Cola  356
College Printers   340
College Shop   342
Commodore   344
Creamland Crescent Dairy  334
Crossman    338
Cunningham's     356
Dairyland   351
Eastman    340
Eatons'    343
English Shop   351
Evans Coleman   348
Export     364
Gordon Farrell   341
Floorcraft   345
Friden     336
Gehrke Stationery   341
General Paint  344
Gestetner    350
Hudson's Bay Company  337
Hughes - Owen   361
Institute of Chartered Accountants  355
Jantzen Sweaters         357
Jenkins Bros  333
Jersey Farms  352
Keystone Press - 357
E. A. Lee   361
McColl - Frontenac   357
Macdonald Tobacco  364
Marty's   351
Modernize Tailors   352
Murphy Excavating   341
Murphy's Stationery  336
Alexander Murray   357
Nabob     353
Nelson Bros. Fisheries  340
Nicholls Chemicals   334
Office Specialty   336
Pitman Business College   357
Richmond Growers   338
Royal Trust   338
Scientific Supply Co  335
Simpsons - Sears   359
Thompson Berwick and Pratt   362
Thompson and Page   340
Toronto - Dominion Bank  344
University Book Store  339
University Food Services  359
Vancouver Supply Co  334
W. & J. Wilson  335
Willson Stationery  352
Woodward's   346
Yearbook House   367
Page 365 $$>&$$ {M£M&&a -J^"' ■■
SUBJECT INDEX
Academic Symposium 144
Agriculture Faculty      34
Alliance   Francais     261
Alma Mater Society  ..    24
Alma Mater Society      28
Alpha Delta Pi   299
Alpha Delta Phi   311
Alpha Gamma Delta   298
Alpha Omega Society 260
Alpha   Omicron   Pi     301
Alpha  Phi , 300
Alpha   Tau   Omega     312
Alumni   Association        26"
Aquasoc     268
Archaeology   Club     273
Archery,  Women's    206
Architecture School       50
Armed   Forces     278
Arts and Science Faculty     52
Badminton, Men's  181
Basketball,  Boy's  Rules    198
Basketball,   Men's     186
Basketball,   Women's     200
Beta Theta Pi   313
Big Block Club, Men's   195
Big Block Club, Women's   209
Blue and  Gold  Society   253
Camera Club 271
Caribbean   Students     259
Chancellor   Grauer        21
Chess   Club     269
Chinese   Varsity     260
Civil   Liberties  Union     — 269
Clubs Day   128
Commerce Faculty      66
    22,147
   174
   169
  185
  207
  266
  274
  302
  314
  303
Council, Students' .
Cricket 	
Cross Country —
Curling, Men's —
Curling,   Women's
Dance   Club   	
Debating Union —
Delta  Gamma  	
Delta  Kappa  Epsilon
Delta Phi Epsilon 	
Delta Sigma Pi      27
Delta  Upsilon    315
Development   Fund     145
Diefenbaker          6
Directory,   Student     246
Education   Faculty        72
Engineering Faculty      38
Engineering   Institute  	
Faculty   Administration  	
Fall   General   Meeting   	
Fencing    	
272
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140
182
Page 366
Field   Hockey     175
Figure   Skating  Club   268
Film   Society     255
Fine Arts   220
Flying  Saucer Club    269
Football     166
Football  Queen    154
Forestry  Club    272
Forestry Faculty   76
Frosh   Council     29
Frosh   Hazing     124
Frosh   Queen    153
Gamma Phi Beta   304
German   Club     261
Golf,   Men's     183
Golf,  Women's    204
Graduate Studies   112
Grass Hockey, Women's     196
Greek  Activities    307
Gymnastics,   Men's     183
Gymnastics,   Women's    , 206
Hamsoc      257
High  School  Conference 29» 146
Homecoming     130
Homecoming Queen   152
Home Economics  Faculty      82
Honorary Activities Awards __.  28
Hungarian  Demonstration   .  132
Ice   Hockey     190
Interfraternity  Council _ 297
International  House    259
Intramurals,  Men's    192
Intramurals, Women's —  210
Kappa Alpha Theta   305
Kappa Kappa Gamma 306
Kappa   Sigma     316
Lambda Chi Alpha   317
Lambda  Chi Queen   154
Law Faculty       86
Leadership Conference 126
Mamooks     254
March   of   Dimes     134
Mardi  Gras    142
Mardi Gras Queen     153
McGoun  Cup     141
Medical  Faculty       92
Mens'  Athletic Association    195
Model Parliament   262
Musical Society   139
NFCUS        25
Nisei Varsity   261
Noon  Hour Activities  . „ .. .   136
Nursing School      96
Open   House     148
Panhellenic Association  296
Pharmacy   Faculty     100
Phi Delta Theta   318
Phi Gamma Delta   319
Phi   Kappa   Pi     320
Phi Kappa  Sigma   321
Photographers, Publications        „ 244
Phrateres      252
Phrateres  Queen  —  152
Physical   Education   School      104
Pique      246
Players  Present      13 8
Political   Science  Club    275
Pre-Dental  Society     275
President MacKenzie        7
Pre-Social Work Society    273
Psi   Upsilon     322
Radio   Society    256
Raven   247
Religious   Clubs     276
Residences     280
Rowing      178
Rugger     172
Senate      21
Sigma   Alpha  Mu      323
Sigma  Chi    324
Sigma Chi Sweetheart    155
Sigma Phi Delta   325
Sigma Tau Chi      27
Skiing,   Men's     188
Soccer   170
Social Work School _... 106
Sopron Faculty of Forestry      80
Spanish Club   260
Special  Events    222
Sports Car Club   270
Swimming, Men's   188
Swimming, Women's   205
Tennis,  Men's      180
Tennis,   Women's     204
Theology     HO
Track, Men's   169
Track, Women's   208
Totem   242
Totem Queen    155
Ubyssey  Publications   „ 240
Undergraduate Societies Committee —    24
United Nations Club , __ 25 8
University Clubs Committee   251
Varsity Outdoor Club  _. 264
Volleyball, Women's   203
Weightlifting   184
Womens' Athletic Directorate 209
Womens' Undergraduate Society 24
World University Service —_ -    25
Zeta   Beta  Tau   .  326
Zeta Psi   327  in conclusion
We have won. Totem 195 8 is a reality, and we
are proud. And now with production schedules,
photo assignments, advertising contracts, and stubborn typewriters behind us, I would like to pause,
slap a  few  backs,  and  kick a few shins.
Our dynamic Associate Editor Barb Scott added
many a jolt to prod the staff on. Arranging the
layouts for the advertising section, she screamed
for ads, and got them, thanks to Dave Stowe and
his keen ads men Ross, Dave, and Bruce.
Barb Hay, chief cake cooker and copy grinder
re-hashed the worst literary efforts into comprehensible verbiage. Nancy Paul and her rewrite staff
of Margaret, Sandra, and Ray reconstructed broken
phrases  and  helped Barb polish  the smoother work.
Loraine Rook, pen and brush in hand, added
lines and tones to give the most beautiful cover,
introduction pages, and dividers Totem has ever
seen.
Barrie Coles and Marj Sands, poised with clutched
erasers, checked and revised layouts, measured pictures, wore out enlargement-reduction wheels, and
finally approved every page.
Mike Sone, Photo Editor, kept the darkroom safe-
lights burning around the clock with occasional
pauses for food and classes. Darkroom Manager
Fred Schrack did his best to keep obsolete equipment
working and the ever-short supplies available. An
artistic touch and undying interest was added to the
Photog Staff and to the book by Stan (thank you
Mrs. Triggs). Also devoting much of their photo
ability were Dave and Dave, Mark, Pete, Jim, Asger,
Tenny, and Al. Anne Riemer, adding a feminine
touch to the photo section, assigned oodles of pictures  for  each  photog  to  snap.
Our Public Relations Officer and Exchange Editor, Flora MacLeod, typed, signed, opened, reviewed,
aad censored letters to and from over 200 colleges.
Tabulating information from survey forms and
drawing conclusions from results, Flora provided an
accurate  comparative listing for future reference.
Diane Watson, Administration Editor, chased after
copy and pictures, added a little coffee, and produced  a near perfect  section.
Sorting dozens and dozens of graduate pictures,
other pictures, and more pictures ad infinitum provided Christmas enjoyment for Pat Overhill and
Lorraine Rossiter. Helping to decode lousy writing
were Rita, Rosemary, Marie, Zulette, Shirley, Jennifer, Janet, Sheila, and practically everyone else on
the staff who had any time to spare.
Sherrill MacDonald, assisted now and then by
Jane, Ray, Al, and Sharon, grabbed everyone's pictures, dragged her brother out to help, and added
a new touch to the Campus Life Section.
Men's Sports. What a headache! Jean Fletcher
volunteered. Ads in the paper brought no help.
Appeals to Big Block and MAA—they could complain, but couldn't possibly help! Single handed,
Jean worked away, and finally, in January, found
two willing friends and made them her staff. Thus,
for the rest of the term, Jean, Lorna, and Carole
pestered not so co-coperative team managers and
wrapped up the Men's Sports.
Sydney Shakespeare, handling her staff like a
grasshockey stick, put Women's Sports solidly on the
map. Assisting her at various odd hours were Ann,
Jeannie,  and  Margot.
Debbie Brown, slicing her way through several
scores of clubs, residences and services put clubs
in their place, demanded information and finished
her section on schedule. Irene, Bill and Judy provided inspirational assistance.
Ann Blayney, Fine Arts and Publications Editor,
attained a fresh, free, and non-conforming layout
style. With Gleyns and Dorothy, she has provided
a definite and encouraging pattern.
Wendy Bain and Joan Fitzpatrick, making the
best of what they had, found the Greek section a
vast obstacle—especially with only two days of pure
hell in which to complete the job. Diane, Evelyn,
Denise, and Pat sprinted after elusive Greeks, censored pictures, and finished the section in an impossibly short time.
Thank you, my staff! Thank you for the birthday party. And thank you for being the most
dependable and hard-working group I have ever
worked with. Thank you Stan for your mandolin
chords, and for your 5 a.m. darkroom blues duets
with Mike. Thank you photogs all, for damn good
pictures. Thank you, Barb, for a ride to the Conference and things special. Thank you Loraine, for
rain, buildings, studying, people, and all. Thank you
Nancy, Zulette, Jennifer, and others, for coffee, tea,
and milk. Thank you, janitors all, for putting up
with us, late at night and late in the morning. Thank
you  all for the extra you have done.
And thanks to the AMS; to RE and his damned
forms; to Ben and Randy with union troubles;
to George in money matters; to others in their way.
Thanks to the undergrad societies, clubs, and
other groups and individuals. Thanks to the Rowing Crew, for their consideration for our photog.
Thank you Dan and Earl, at Yearbook House, for
revolutionary organization and a wonderful trip for
myself. Thank you Charlie Phillips for your understanding. Thank you, you know who, and may you
ever be green.
Thank you, Rita, for faith and inspiration, for
opening doors   and  closing others.
Thank you Mr. Elliot, for guts and grace.
Thank you, subscribers  and  advertisers.
Thank you, "Grey Fella", for getting us home
at night, even though you blew tires, burned oil,
and gurgled gas.
Thank you all, birds of a feather.
Norm.
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