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LINE-UP
Pull-beck—K. Brown
Seven-elghthf-P. Willis
Wing Three-ouartere—R. A. Pllkington, Ted Clark
Centre Three*quartera**>4)r. 0. 0. Sedgewlok, Col. WUkins
"' Half-baek-H. Koshevoy
Supports—R. Bums, By Balllie, 0, BollenUne, R. Farrls
Heeke—Oraydon Ford, Kenny Fraaor
BACK AGAIN!
Again the "Rutkysssy" tasks* its annual appearance to
reuse the loyalty of all good rugby fans. Again our chosen
**mors are going forth to battle their eternal rivals, the Van-
sourer Rep, for the curatorship of the MoKeohnle Cup. Besides
ortiug good, clean sport and seeing a thrilling game, fans
turn out on the day of battle can contrast their own nappy
_ wefcted tat with that of the players who nave been deprived
their Christmas cheer hy the ukase of tne coaches.
We hate said that the purpose ot the "Rugbyssey" la to
>is interest.  This we strive to do In a variety of ways,
Phil. Willis
Phil Willis is the rugby captain of
this year, and under his capable hand
ling, the team has turned into a per-
We h
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__ - if
work hoth on tht Sold lad otf
teoUy working machine.   He is aa
....^.pto^Hls oour ~ "-" ■
and muoh credit ia
energetic
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,__„ 250 pounds was born in looo and is known as
"jfrlffl} at Onee become eager to gate upon the man
We hardly heed mention the Muck*a-Muck page as you
have read it already.  There are also messages from Ralph
and DOB Farrls. This year there are more pictures, mainly
ue#t of the Freshettes who want to get them auto
' e players after the game. The position of leadin
terary effort is shared between the poem, Brockton Point an<
Editorial. Perao:  " '   ~ *
iH it.
nO^j'we hO|fe, that as you read all these unsurpassed articles
will feel moMttog within you an enthusiasm, an urge which
culminate in an unswerving determination to see the game
if you have to sell your Christmas ties to raise the money.
I
>hally we favor the Editorial as lt has more
tarts' (Enrttrr
iiwertisi, 'Mr, JAUuanv 1,
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by some Ionian bay
* haughty princeling say,
Stranger out to play:
mwi greater is there none
ea while ret they see the sun
with their hands and feet is
whn."
„_T was blind, they say, and old,
„ie meagre sands were nearly told
Of hla brief hourglass; in his hand
a itaS o'er which be bent to stand.
I youth, eternal as his art,
Seat his blood soaring trom the heart
AUd bode blm nowise to forget
The wonder ot the combat yet,
The flying toot, the tang ot sweat.
Across the foam ot years and seas
The soul of blind Maeonldes
Speaks still wherever strength 1b
glad
And beauty stirs a light-toot lad.
Eyes are still keen, the hand as firm;
Straining ahead to touch the term
A boy's sap hot within him begs
The Lord take pleasure ln hla legs.
Nay more, as ancient story tells,
Tbe voice of youthful contest wells
Whenever troops of heroes come
Together in Elysium.
This ia the life that spirits lead:
They sport ln the immortal mead.
mmuii
Victoria Invasion
(Continued trom Page t)
The returning invaders wtll leave
for Vanoouver by the S.lS boat
The following is a table of expanses
that the average atudent will Sad fair*
ly accurate. The tare has been reduced to $8.40 as a special concession
to the University.
EXPANSES
Pare u $ $.40
Hotel    1.80
Meals      8,00
incidentals    2.10
Total 110.00
Women's Hotel-Strethooua.
j,  v  Hours: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. i Saturday** 9 a.m,,to 1 »p.m.
CHRISTMAS
Loose*Leaf Note Books, Exercise Books and Scribblers
cl Reduced Prices
Graphic and Engineering Paper, Biology Paper.
Loose-Leaf Refills, Fountain Pens and Ink.
Pencils and Drawing Instruments.
Crepe Paper for Masquerades, etc.
What ls the moral of this lay?
It's Brockton Point on New Year's
Day!
o.as.
The MoKeohnle Cup team will
held praotloeo on December 27,
ill, B» and ao.
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THE   RTTGBYSSEY
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Skates 4 Boots
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with   tube  or  ordinary
steel skates
1S% Blssssit ts Vsnity SUSssts
George Sparling
SPORTING GOODS
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Mystery Detective
Trailsjriminal
The Blaek Thumbprint
Unholy Triumph
With a plerclna scream like an
electric hand-drier the female Send
Hunt herself at Ghana Suey, Clutch-
inf his Ions neek with her quivering
lingers, she started to choke him.
The terrified chlnck fouiht for his
lite.
Oscar lay beneath the table taking
down in short hand the inevitable
running account of the battle.
So Seroe wm the attack of the
Queen of the Apaches, that Chang
Suey's eyes began to goggle—hie face
took on a look like a Freshman trying to look intelligent Their breath
came ih short pants—Oscar was quite
•hooked t The Chinaman realising his
defeat, especially as be saw Oscar
reach for his revolver, began to
sag like a pricked balloon. Margot
released her hold ot him and stood
surveying her handiwork—a terrible
female I Chang Suey was fighting for
breath.
"Bnemy," he said to Oscar Scribble-
well, "My hour has come, You, Queen
of the Apaches, have had your re*
venge. mat good can hiding my
secret do now that t am dying? You
will find the formula tor the "Time
Transformer in • • • "
A terrific hang out Short Chang Buoy's speech and no fell baok in a pool
of blood. A whlsp ot smoke curled
from the mussle of a pistol wedged
8n a hole in the door. The murderer
lad fled. With inarticulate cries the
Apache gave chase—her Job had been
botched.
(Continued on Page 4)
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Owing to the tremendous popularity of
the New 1929 Buick we find ourselves
with a wonderful assortment of
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We are offering a special price to
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Look our atock over at one of our three stores during the
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OATASTROPH*
What ts
The World
Coming
ToT
The Oreat man
Who knows all about
Bnsymes
Proteins,
Chem. equations,
Calories,
Pepsin,
Angela,
Precipitation,
Mabel's theories of erotics,
And Bromine,
Not to mention Fluoriue,
Threw caution and knowledge
To the winds
And committed
The Sacrilege
Ot
Making a dash
Across
The ice-bound Lily Pond
At the
Heart-breaking cost
Of
One wet toot.
If there
Had been enough water,
Perhaps
He would have
Wet
Both feet.
m
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THE PRtSHMAN RUGBY PAN
I like
To go
To rugby gamea,
Because
It Is
So pleasant
To see
Oreat big strong men
Doing
To each other
What I would like to do
But daren't.
And it 1b
So nice
To root
And make a noise
And tell the players
What
They ought to do,
Even if
I don't know
What it's aU about
—S.L.
Practise Provided
For Exam. Feinds
Since the approaching exams are
viewed with such enjoyment by the
Student Body, the Muck Page here
offers a test In Rugby that will whet
the appetites of tho eager exam-seekers:
Honor students must answer Question 4.
1. What Is a scrum? Explain Wilson's theory of shin-hacking with
reference to the law of diminishing
returns.
2. Traduisez: You ?♦••!!!!—
f  (!)... . (Answer:  "0 dear me!
You hurt my foot.")
3. What ls the difference between
a five-eighths aud a three-quarters.
(Answer: One eighth.)
4. Do you pay your admission to
the game or do you climb over the
fence?
6. Who is responsible for the following quotation: "Heel! Heell" Olve
context.
6. Two players weighing 180 lbs.
each, approach at speeds of 36 and 40
miles per hour. If they collide with
angle of incidence of 70", how long
will lt take to carry them off the
field? Olve answer ln both Fahrenheit and Centigrade.
7. Point out the dominant tone in
the following:
"Hold 'era! Hold 'em! Varsity!"
"Fight, fight, fight, fight, etc."
Discuss the choice of words and
selection of details in the last line,
8. Use the law of combining
weights to show the molecular weight
of the Varaity scrum if It is assumed
1.28456 is the automlo weight.
9. If a Scienceman, playing rugby,
amaaaea a total of 73% pounds of
mud on his person during a game,
how many months will It take tor
him to wear off the last of It Use
logs for the above question,
10. Translate Into good Bnglish:
Ilacque Le Pacque, Bach der Poch,
and Beck de Pock.
11. Olve Ford's theory, receiving
and returning, of "Kicks for Touch."
12. Draw a graph showing Leroy's
path after being straight-armed by
Noble. Plot the curves and angles
carefully. S'
K
ANOID
0NFE88I0N8
I am on Bnglish Rugby play*
er, and 1 play Bnglish Rugby.
We do not allow Bootch players
sinoe they are averse to touches,
I prefer Bnglish Rugby to Canadian because I oan show my
knees. All my friends say I
have very nlee knees but my
friend Mabel says they are not
very comfortable.
I remember when I first started to play. 1 ran out Into the
field, strangely marked with
sawdust lines, in my strip, wear*
ing the cutest embroidered
shorts, caught at the knees by
a tackle. All the fellows on the
field looked at me in a queer
manner thereby Indicating their
palpable admiration.
As 1 ran I heard various com*
ments like, "There's the new
taokling dummy." I instantly realised that this was the position
assigned to me. A shrill blast
of the whistle Indicated that, the
game must have started. A
man came running down the
field. 1 hit him hard and low
below the knees. He bit the
dust, spat it out, said "Phooey."
got up and blew his whistle.
Imagine my embarrassment.
I again dashed into the fray,
determined to earn my place as
Inside Out or Look or even Key.
During the melee that followed
the ref, granted the opposing
team a "two-bit" kick. I of-
fared thirty cents hut my offer
was spurned.
In the second half after the
coach and the captain had promoted me to linesman I heard
the crowd shout en masse,
"Oet that three-quarters I" I
started to search for the lost
money and when I looked up
the crowd and players had gone
so 1 decided to end tbe game
and went home.
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December 7. 1928,
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Young Lames!
it you,are interested in
.mas Neckwear, do not
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^ tflustratad Lectures
By Rufus McGoeffus
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Locke soys:   A  brain  is only  as
strong as its weakest think."   —Bx.
*    •      •
| farrls: "Gonna give you this uke."
• Locke: "An out-and-out gift?"
■  Farrls:  "Absolutely, no strings to
It."     . -Bx.
The Rugby Club will now join ua
in that little ditty entitled, "I'm glad
1 made you cry, little girl—your face
ia cleaner now."
♦ *       *
Player says a polite son will always
let hia father enter tlfe patrol wagon
flrst. —Ex.
e     *       *
: Noble (getting towels): "Are these
towels damp?"
Sparks: "No, but we can sprinkle
them for you."
—Ex.
* •       •
Mr. Ford's world Is divided into
two parts—those who ride and those
Who deride.
—Ex.
Rugby Reverie
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Reporter Trails
lime Transformer
Continued from Page 3}
"By the toenail of the bearded prophet!" screamed Oscar, "I shall get
my B. A. C. If I don't And the papers."
He shook like a dice player's hand in
the lower Common room. His eyes
bulged like those of a Biology 1. frog
as he noticed a piece of paper sticking out from Chang Suey's boot. He
tried to pull lt out but could not without taking off the boot. Taking off
the shoe he obtained the paper, and
uttered a shrill cry of delight as ho
perused lt. He had found the formula. He felt faint! How could he get
out ot Pekln Alley without the dwellers finding out his brave deed and
who he was.
He crept down the corridor. Outside
the pad of sandaled feet sounded ominous, each pad making Oscar's heart,
turn a double somersault.
Qoing back in the room he slipped
on a Chinese tunic which disguised
him as a wash would a Scienceman,
and he stepped forth from the house
soon to be out, of the dreaded area.
In many years to come your children, and, incidentally my children,
will bleHH Oscar Scrlbblewell. It tho
formula works out nil right and tf
they can make the Time Transformer
from the formula, if the Time Transformer will work—what a wonderful
life the Varsity Students will lead.
What a marvellous picture will they
present—IF!!!!
Epilogue
The cold grey light of dawn barely
struggled through the grime-plastered
window of the Apaches' Den.
As its feeble glow fell upon the
figure lying on the floor, the man
moved. With a convulsive shudder
he rose to a sitting position, "Ah,
Margot!" he hissed, "Chang Suey will
yet live to see you die before him.
And for you, Scrlbblewell, The Thousand Delights is waiting --
Perhaps we shall meet ogaln!"
Finis
Gullible Students
Hark to Lecture
The acme of studious fervor was
reached by an eighth hour French
class yesterday at 4 o'clock when the
instructor announced ln French that
the students could go on reading at
sight, or be excused for tbe day. The
class remained silent, which was
taken to indicate that they preferred
to stay and recite. The surprised Instructor kept the class until the end
ot the hour. The class was one In
French pronunciation conducted by
Marguerite Ouinotte. A survey revealed that the students didn't know
what the instructor had said.—-The
Minnesota Daily.
Christmas Suggestions
For Her —.
loisoi
Rep. Reception Committee
She is only a taxi driver's daughter,
but you auto meter.
—Bx.
• •     •
He sipped tbe nectar from her lips
As under the stars they sat;
And he wondered if any man before
Had drunk from a mug like that.
—Ex.
• ♦       *
Fraser:   "Haven't I seen your face
before?"
Fell: "Probably, I'm not ln the habit
of wulklng around backward."
—Ex.
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TEAM STATISTICS
Name                  Position Wt.
FORD Pullbaok 180
FELL Three-quarter 172
COTTBRBLL          do IBS
WILMS             do 170
Loona.       do i«a
p. BARRATT          do 160
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Kim          do 160
DARRATT. Half 160
MASON .........Forward 176
MURRAY     do 182
SPARKS     do 186
Wilson    do m
NOBL1D     do 206
FRASBR     do 166
FARR18     do 166
PLAYBR     do 170
ALPBN     do 176
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Average weight—170
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who, last week weat through
Whole Meraloma team, twice la
run to soore a touch. JUkorly, Bro
Wood, Munn. and Cleveland, avti
one ot mmm mjmto m
with o hard tackle. Terry aad
ell, the famous f    '
position is seen when Surns,
Baker. Nlxo^psraer M Tflll
•Urt heaving lft the somm.  1
the U. B. 0. Intermediates, wh
ton, Rogers, Pitwere, Young, i
Oillespie swoop down the fleli
mike their presence known to
posing threes.   And Shannon,       .
gan, Martin, Morris, Pearsott, Perdue ' L,
and   McConnaohle,   certainly   show „ M
their weight whoa they put their   ''
backs down and push.   With these
men doing their best to bring their
respective teams to victory, it is little
wonder that great things can hi, expected in the Intermediate League
next term.
A team is to he chosen trom these
men and the Fresh, to play the trad*
itional game with Viotorla Ooimre ,,.!'
daring the Invasion. Victoria Ooiliw' >/,<
has a reputation ot having a steady^   ,!
reliable, machine-like teat*. '*
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TEAM PERSQNMJI1ES     I
(Continued from Page I)
track star of the University and his
speed is an invaluable aeaet to ths
rugby team. Once he geto hold ot
the ball watch for flying legs and a
try.
HOWARD COTTERELL.
"Cot" ls developing into one of
Varsity's best three-quarters. He has
shown splendid form to date and will
teach Vancouvor Rep some tricky
playB. This is his first, year in
senior company, but he bears all the
ear-marks of an old veteran. He has
scored o try each game, and expeoti
to make at least two on New fears
Day.
QRAYDON FORD.
"Qray'd'," the man behind them
all. Plays fullback to perfection aha
ia the best in town. This Is bis flrst
year on the McKechnie squad aad ho
Has earned his place. Watch bin. nab
Vancouver. Mis specialties are a:
running catch and a deadly tackle.
PHIL BARRAT.
Bertle'a rod headed stde-klok.
Known to all as "Phil-lips." He rivals
Fell and Percy Williams for speed
and la a first rate wing man. Thla la
Phil'o second year in MoKeohaie
company and he lo proving his worth.
rOBRISTIR.
A hard working science man and
a hard working forward. Fred has
played McKechnie oup for the last
three years and in still going strong.
PLAYBR ANO PftMER.
Two equally good men who are
fighting for position. Fraser looks
cherubic In the cartoon hut iu tho
acruin he la a fighting maniac. Player
ta a MtHikdy-going, reliable forward,
and certainly dnet oredit to hie home
town.
OOUQ. MoNIIL
Here Ih a man who has boon ratio*
ent in working upwards but now as
live-eighth* he is giving Bstabrook a
tremendous right for the position. Hit
great atone face covers keen rugby
tenae aa evidenced In the lost two
gamoN. According to the Rugby pro- y
phtts he will bo one of Varsity's beet      ji Kpyswt ,"!™v    »   *      »     \ ■ . ■ aft
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' ■ Ralph Brown is tho Preeldent of the
tfeipUlfh Rugby Cluh, and has certainly woved his worth. An enthusiastic
leader of Bnglieh Rugby, Ralph has
•et in moticn an effective and well-
working organization. Although his
acMve work is not done on the field,
he is an adept at making long gains
for the Club.
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(Christmas
(Earns
are now on display at
the Book Store.
You may have your
name printed on them
by placing your order
early.
Throe styles to
choose from.
Intwrsttg Baolt ftart
iPlSlliiii^i I,
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For Mother—
The Gift of a
Warm
-Cosy and warm—a most desirable
gift-is a dressing gown in beacon
or blanket cloth or figured cloths of
wide variety. Satin and cord trimmed
with silk girdle.
$3.95—$11.95
Also in Kenwood and all-wool
$7.95—$16.75
<L
Floor Three-H.B.C.
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GRANVILLE BROS.
CLEANERS & IYER*
Service Uneqtialed
... Prices Right...
TRIM IVE. & ORANVILLE
BAYVIEW 40
We also clean Carpets and Oriental Rugs
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Gift Buying Will Start in Earnest
To-Day \   .,,
AftNOLB & JUWEY'S.'■
Big Christmas Sale!
Some of the Specials
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CHRISTMAS
MUFFLERS
Values to $4
$1.95
Men's $8.60
Dressing Gowds
$4.95     .
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Compare these
offerings with
anything you will
find anywhere.
Everything you
need   for   your
mem
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Men's $8,60
BoradlnoRsis
$3.0fi
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' Figures issued hy %e U.S. Dtportment of Labci
show that this is oae of the smallest itetai in
the household bucket, m the fol^win^ percentage proves:
Food    43.1      Clothing        13.0
Shelter 18.1       Fuel and light 5.7
Sundries   20.1
Breaking up the fuel and light Item, we find;
Electricity 0.63       Gas 1.27
VANCOUVER
V1CTOKIA
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QUALITY
CLOTHING
For College Men
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College men naturally want clothes of up-
to-the minute style. At Dick's will be found
everything young men most d-iire in clothe*.
New smart nwcWs—fashionable materialt
—honest-to-goodnesa tailoring.
Call in and look over our Christmas displays. Remember—we can outfit you
completely—we are always glad to tee you.
WILLIAM DICK
NEW CORPORATION LIMITED
Hastings, at Homer
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