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Issued Twice Weekly by the Students' Publications Board of The University of British Columbia.
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VANCOUVER, B.C., FEBRUARY 13th. 19S1
No. 28
PRESIDENT SUSPENDS GRANTHAM;
UBYSSEY SUSPENDS PUBLICATION
President Klifick's Letter To Editor
February 10, 1931
Mr. Ronald Grantham,
Editor-in-Chief, The "Ubyssey,"
The University of British Columbia.
Dear Sir:
On the occasion of your interview with me yesterday,
I stated that a special meeting of the Faculty Council
would be held on Tuesday to consider the editorial in the
Ubyssey of Friday, February 6th, entitled: "Criticisms
from Above."
Following this statement I forbade you to publish
any criticism, editorially or otherwise, of the University,
the Faculty or the Government until the Faculty Council had considered the above matter and its decision had
been transmitted to you.
In defiance of this direction, you published or allowed
to be published, in today's issue of the Ubyssey, a number of such criticisms.
No option is left me therefore, but to impose a penalty. I therefore suspend you from the University for a
period of two weeks, namely from February 11th to
February 24th inclusive.
Yours very truly,
L. S. KLINCK,
President.
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PUBLICATIONS BOARD
ANNOUNCES SUPPORT
OF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
We publish these letters to explain the attitude
taken by the Publications Board. It is obvious that we
cannot continue publication under these conditions. We
therefore suspend all regular issues of the "Ubyssey"
until Grantham's re-instatement as a sign that we are in
support of our Editor-in-Chief.
BESSIE ROBERTSON,
HIMIE KOSHEVOY,
EDGAR BROWN,
Acting Editors.
GRANTHAM TO APPEAL
TO U. B. C. SENATE
RE SUSPENSION
Following his suspension by the President of the
University for alleged "defiance of authority" in publishing interviews and letters criticizing the Provincial Government's proposed policy in regard to the University,
Ronald Grantham, Editor-in-Chief of the Publications
Board, will carry an appeal to the Senate. A letter to
this effect was communicated to Students' Council Wednesday night and will be transmitted to the Senate by
Council.
The University Senate meets Wednesday, February
18.
President Klinck's Letter To Ubyssey
February 10, 1981
The Publications Board,
The University of British Columbia.
Dear Sirs:
Enclosed you will find a copy of my letter addressed
to Mr. Ronald Grantham which is self-explanatory.
The matter of the editorial mentioned in the enclosed
letter is to be considered by the Faculty Council at a later
meeting, pending the obtaining of certain information
concerning the jurisdiction of the Students' Council over
the Publications Board.
I therefore submit to the Publications Board the direction I gave verbally to Mr. Grantham that the Publications Board refrain from all criticism of the University,
the Faculty or the Government, either editorially or
otherwise, until such time as the Faculty Council shall
have considered the above matter and transmitted its
decision to you.
Yours very truly,
L. S. KLINCK,
President.
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CIGARETTES
"POKER HAND" in each package of 20
Special Alma Mater Meeting, Today, Noon THE UBYSSEY
February lg, 193l|
*,
Overseas Education League
under the auspices of
THE GOVERNMENT of THE DOMINION OF CANADA, THE GOVERNMENT of THE DOMINION OF NEW ZEALAND,
THE GOVERNMENT OF NEWFOUNDLAND
and the Departments of Education of
Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island
Honorary President....
Past Hon. Presidents...
Hon. Vice-President*.
President
.Vice-President and
Honorary Organizer-
Honorary Treasurer	
H.E. THE VISCOUNT WILLINGDON, G.C.S.I., G.C.M.C G.C.I.E., G.B.E.
Viceroy Designate of India.
The Rt. Hon. The Viscount Byng of Vimy, G.C.B* K.C.M.Q., M.V.O.
His Grace, The Duke of Devonshire, K.G., P.C„ G.C.M.C G.C.V.O.
H.E. The Earl of Clsrendon, Governor General of the Union of South Africa.
Field Marshal Lord Plumer, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., G.B.E.
Lt.-Col. The Rt. Hon. L. C. M. S. Amery, M.P.
Rt. Hon. R. B. Bennett, P.C., K.C.
The Most Reverend S. P. Matheson, D.D., D.C.L., Archbishop of Rupertsland,
Primate of all Canada, Chancellor of the University of Manitoba.
Major F. J. Ney, M.C., Executive Secretary, National Council of Education of Canada.
Offlcier de 1'Instruction Publique (France)
Dr. R. Fletcher, Deputy Minister of Education, Manitoba.
21st Anniversary Programme, 1931
Eighth Annual Visit of Undergraduates from
Canadian Universities
(Including Recent Graduates)
June 26th—Sail from Montreal to Glasgow by S.S. "DUCHESS OF ATHOLL."
July 3rd—Arrive GLASGOW, proceed by motor coach to ST. ANDREWS, via Balloch, Crianlarich, Lochearn-
head, the Trossachs, Callander and Stirling.
July 3rd to 8th—ST. ANDREWS. The Mecca of Golfers(Royal and Ancient Club, founded in 1754) and picturesque seaside resort as well as the seat of an old University (founded in 1411).
By invitation of the University Authorities, members will reside in the Colleges.  The programme which
will provide ample opportunities for both golf and bathing, has been undertaken by Professor John Read.
July 8th—Leave by motor coach for EDINBOURGH, via DUNFERMLINE, where three hours will be spent.   Tea
will be served in PittencrierT Park, after which the journey will be continued via Queens Ferry North and the
Forth Bridge.
July 8th to 11th—EDINBOURGH. Residence in the University Hostels, which are delightfully situated in East
Suffolk Road Llberton districts. Visits will be made to Holyrood Palace, the Royal Mile, The Castle and the
Scottish National Memorial.   On Sunday members will attend service in St. Giles' Cathedral.
July 11th—By motor coach to GRASMERE, in the English Lakes, via the SCOTT COUNTRY and the LOWLANDS
to Carlisle (Lunch) thence via Keswick to Grasmere.
July 11th to 14th—GRASMERE. The programme will be of an informal nature providing time for walks and
picnics in this beautiful corner of England immortalised by Woodsworth.
July 14th—Leave Grasmere for Bangor, North Wales, via the Roman City of Chester, where several hours will
be spent.
July 14th to 18th—BANGOR. Members will be accommodated in the North Wales Training College. During the
stay a motor tour will be taken through Snowdonia, visiting Colwyn Bay, St. Asaph to Llangollen Valley,
Bettws-y-coed, Swallow Falls, Capel Curig and Nant Ffranco Pass.
July 18th—Leave Bangor for STRATFORD-UPON-AVON.
July 18th to 22nd—STRATFORD-UPON-AVON. Arrangements will be made in co-operation with the English
Speaking Union for visits to points of interest associated with Shakespeare, and one or more plays will be
seen in the Memorial (Temporary) Theatre. From Stratford visits will be made to Warwick Castle, Leamington Spa and Kentlworth.
July 22nd—Leave by motor coach for BOURNEMOUTH, via OXFORD where several hours will be spent in the
Colleges.   Thence via MARLBOROUGH and SALISBURY.
July 22nd to 25th—BOURNEMOUTH.   No programme—a rest period for seabathing and country rambles.   Leave
by motor coach for LONDON, via the NEW FOREST, WINCHESTER, HINDHEAD and GODALMING.
Jully 25th to August 6th—LONDON.   Programme includes visits to many places of literary and historic interest:
(a) Windsor, Eton, Stoke Poges and Burnham Beeches.
(b) Hampton Court, Kew Gardens and Richmond Park.
(c) The Tower of London.
(d) The Houses of Parliament
And under conduct of Mr. Allen Walker, Extension Lecturer for the University of London, and Lecturer
for the City of London.
(e) The Guildhall.
(f) The Mansion House and the Royal Exchange.
(g) Westminster Abbey.
(h) The Inner Temple, the Temple Church and Fleet Street.
August 6th—Night Steamer to Antwerp, and thence by rail through Belgium to COLOGNE.
August 7th and 8th—COLOGNE.   A motor tour of the city visiting the Cathedral and other historic places.   Leave
by boat for Rhine trip to WIESBADEN, via BONN where some time will be spent.
August 8th to 10th—WIESBADEN.    World renowned Spa on the south-western slopes of the Taunus Hills.
August 10th—By motor coach from Wiesbaden to HEIDELBERG, via FRANKFURT-ON-MAIN.
August 10th to 12th—HEIDELBERG.   Members will see the famous University and the Castle.
August 12th—Leave by motor coach via KARLSRUHE and the BLACK FOREST for Freiburg.
August 12th to 14th—FREIBURG, the mediaeval capital of Breisgau. Members will be free to visit the University, Minster and other interesting places.
August 14th—By train to GENEVA, via BASLE.
AUGUST 14th to 16th—GENEVA.   The time here will be free for individual arrangements.
August 16th—By special train to Paris, via DIJON.
August 16th to 20th—PARIS. The programme will include motor sight-seeing tours in Paris by day and night, in
addition to an evening at the Opera, and visits to the Louvre and to Versailles.
August 20th—Leave Paris for CHERBOURG, there to embark on the S.S. "EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA" (with
the Canadian Teachers, Summer School Members, and the Scottish Undergraduates' Group).
August 27th—Arrive QUEBEC.    Special trains to MONTREAL, TORONTO and the West.
The present estimated cost (subject to revision) from Montreal and return is $495.00.  This includes all transportation and hotel accommodation and programme costs throughout for 63 days.
Estimated Cost
$515.00
$550.00
$650.00
$505*00
$560.00
$495-00
$525.00
Summary or* the Leagues Programme
for 1931
The Undergraduates' Tour is available only to Women Students as are the
Summer Schools of English and French. Should the number of applications from
Men Undergraduates warrant, a special group will be organised. They are, in
any event, eligible for membership in the Teachers' Tours and in the Summer
Schools of Spanish and of the Folk Dance and the Drama.
1. SIXTEENTH ANNUAL VISIT OF TEACHERS ((55 to
59 days)
(Including Members of the Medical Profession, the
Clergy, Senior Undergraduates and recent Graduates).
Programme No. 1—
Ireland, Scotland, England and France	
Programme No. 2—
England, Gibraltar, Toulon, Italy and France (including the Riviera)  _ _	
Programme No. S—
England, Gibraltar, Toulon, Naples Egypt, Palestine
and France 	
Programme No. 4—
England, the Rhine, Switzerland and France	
Programme No. 5—
Motor Tour of England, Wales and Scotland	
Programme No. 6—
England, Norwegian Fjords (Northern Capitals) and
France   	
Programme No. 7—
Scotland, England, Norwegian   Fjords    (Northern
Capitals) and France 	
2. EIGHTH ANNUAL VISIT OF UNDERGRADUATES (63
days)
Scotland, Wales, England, The Rhine, Switzerland
and France 	
3. FIFTH ANNUAL SUMMER SCHOOL IN FRENCH (55
days)
Geneva and Paris (with holiday week in London)....
4. THIRD ANNUAL SUMMER SCHOOL IN ENGLISH (59
days)
English Lake District, Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford,
Malvern and London (with holiday week in Paris)....
5. SECOND ANNUAL SUMMER SCHOOL OF MUSIC (55
days)
London, Lausanne  (July 31st to August 7th, for
Second  Anglo-American Music  Education  Conference), Salzburg, Germany and Paris —
6. SECOND ANNUAL SUMMER SCHOOL IN SPANISH
(55-67 days)
(in co-operation with the University of Liverpool)
Santander, Spain  ~ —	
7. FIRST ANNUAL SUMMER SCHOOL OF FOLK DANCE
AND THE DRAMA (55 days)
(In co-operation with the English Folk Dance Society and Sir Barry Jackson) London, Stratford-
upon-Avon and Malvern -	
8. SECOND VISIT OF BRITISH TEACHERS AND EDUCA
TIONISTS TO CANADA
Quebec to Victoria and return via the Okanagan
valley and the Great Lakes, with a shortened alternative itinerary in Eastern Canada for Elementary
School Teachers 	
9. FIRST VISIT OF SCOTTISH UNDERGRADUATES (St.
Andrews University) TO CANADA
Quebec and Ontario 	
$49500
$400.00
$420.00
On
Application
$420.00
$475.00
$400.00
Interchange of Teachers Between Canada and Other Parts of the British Empire
These Interchanges, initiated by the Overseas Education League in 1913, are for a period of one year and must be applied for
through the Local School Board and the Provincial Department of Education.
Post-Graduate and Other Educational Courses In Europe
Advice and information will be supplied to Parents, Teachers and Students on the following:
Girls' Preparatory and Finishing Schools in Great Britain.
Boys' Preparatory and other Schools in Great Britain.
Language Schools and Courses including Pension and Au Pair Arrangements on the Continent.
University and other Vacation Courses for Overseas Students.
Entrance Requirements and conditions for Graduate and Post-Graduate Courses at European Universities.
Special work in Music and Art.
Specialist Courses of Training for Teachers.
In all cases, when ample time is given, the Overseas Education League through its Secretaries in Winnipeg, Toronto, London and Paris will recommend suitable and inexpensive accommodation where this is required for non-resident students.
Application forms containing the usual detailed information regarding the various items of the League's programme for 1931 are available at
the Offices of the OVERSEAS EDUCATION LEAGUE, Boyd Building, Winnipeg, or 224 Bloor Street West, Toronto 5.
FRED J. NEY,
Honorary Organizer.

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