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 tf-j^kiy*
sandy McCarthy
. . .alpha phi
—Photo by Tommy Hatcher
JEAN LONG
. . . kappa alpha theta
Grott Skirts, Slinky Sorongi
—Photo by Tony Archer
JOANNE KING
. alpha omicron pi
—Photo  by  D'Arcy
PAT HENDERSON
. . delta gamma
—Photo by Stefjens-Colmer
ANITA HENDERSON
. . . alpha gamma delta
—Photo by Tony Archer
SALLY  HEARD
kappa kappa gamnut
'South Pacific Theme for '50 Mardi Gias
By SHIRLEY FINCH
Swishing grass skirts and slinky
sarongs will sot the mood in the
floor show of the Greek Letter Societies' annual Mardi Gras next Thursday and Friday nights, January 19th
and 20th.
This annual philanthropic effort of
the university %will feature a queen
to be chosen from among candidates
of the nine sororities on the campus.
One of the following beauties will be
crowned on the final night of the
Ball: Anita Henderson, Alpha Gamma
Delta; Diane "Carr, Alpha Delta Pi;
Joanne Xing, Alpha Omicron Pi;
Sandy MacCarthy, Alpha Phi, Dodie
O'Brien, Gamma Phi Beta; Pat Henderson, Delta Gamma; Arllss Toban,
Delta Phi Epsilon; Jean Long, Kappa
Alpha Theta;1 and Sally Heard of
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
GLAMOR BOY
* A royal "Glamor E'oy," chosen from
among fraternity candidates, will be
an added gag supplement to the
queen contest. .The kings will be
elected at the Mardi Gras Pep Meet
in the Armories on Tuesday noon, and
the King of the Mardi Gras will be announced on Thursday night.
King candidates are: John Morgan,
Phi Gamma Delta; Marshall Smith,
Psi Upellon; Hall Brodie, Zeta Psi;
By Johnson, Delta Upsilon; Bill Crawford, Alpha Tau Omega;. Dave McFarlane, Kappa Sigma; Pete McMartin,
Beta Theta PI; Ron Gunn, Phi Delta
Theta; Don Roberaton, Lambda Chi;
Wallace Patrick Beck, Sigma Chi;
George Van Doren, Delta Kappa Epsilon; Sigma Phi Delta, Chuck Wright;
Phi Kappa Pi, Bruce Arneson; George
Jones, Phi Kappa Sigma.
ACHES AND PAINS
Chorines are not the only ones who
have the aches and pains. The Mardi
Gras Committee is a hard-working
group who arranges the finances,
organizes tickets, raffles, costumes
and everything connected with the
final product of a amashingly successful party.
Committee deserves a large pat on
the back for its unfaltering efforts.
Heading the committee are Loni Francis and Bob Annable, while Jan McColl is secretary, Ralph Diamond,
treasurer; Doug Franklin, sponsorship;
Mary Rlttich, donations; Roan Cotten,
ticket*; Shirley Abbott and John Graham, raffles; John Panton, programs;
Shirley Finch, publicity; Jo Jean
Johnston, decorations; Nini Scott, costumes; Don Urquhart, activities; Joan
Taylor, models; and Diana Cox and
Mitzi Switzer, chorus.
SOUTH PACIFIC THEME
"Bali Hai," "Some Enchanted Evening" and more of the wonderful
songs  from  tho  Broadway   musical,
"South Pacific" will be featured in the
floor show.
An added feature will be a men's
chorus which will sing as a backdrop
for the dancers. The male songsters
are: Doug Franklin, Dick Hubbard,
Dick Stevens, Jack Barnett, Leo Kele-
kis, Bill Halcrow, Barry McHugh, Bob
Edwards, Al Goldsmith, Bruce Arneson, Wally Beck, Dave Sweet, Cam
Alrd, Doug Reld and Pete Burnett.
Doug Reid is coaching the men.
Raffle tickets are being high-pressured on the campus and off. Each
Greek is expected to sell two books
and they should have no trouble at
all with the amazing prizes being
offered.
MODELS
Modelling some of the wearable prizes,
which include a squirrel cape from.
R.   J.   Pop   Ltd.,   are   Barbara-Ann
E'rown, Nancy Wells, Kay MacDonald,
—Photo by Tony Archer
DIANE CARR
... alpha delta pi
Shirley Selman, Beth McEachen, KMe
Goult,    Marigold
Mackenzie, U<jnl
Francis, Joan Taylor, Sharon Fox-lif
Eleanor Harne. Esme MacDonald #fll
commentate for the models. • i;
'  ( v'
Tickets go on sale today for the
"South Pacific" Mardi Gras, and tb;e,
Committee hopes that everyone <JFJjft
come and enjoy the palm-decoratfd
Commodore, with the glorious mflfils
and the even n*re glorious floor show.
—Pnoto by H. h. martow
A RUSS TOBAN 	
.delta phi epsilon I   VOL. XXXH
The Ubyssey
VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13,1980
Regional Drama Festival
In Vancouver Next Week
Adjudicator to Choose BC Rep
To Dominion Drama Festival
Next week is drama week in Vancouver. Regional Drama
Festival Committee will take over the York Theatre in an
effort to determine which play will represent B. C. in the
Dominion Drama Festival, next May.
-<* All entries are three act plays. On
Monday night, "Arms and ihe Man"
will be sponsored by Everyman Theatres; Tuesday night Elsie Graham's
Drama Group presents "Little Foxes";
Wednesday, Vagabond Players, who
last year won plaudits in the Dominion Drama Festival in Toronto, will
do "Poppa Is All."
♦
'tween Classes
Dickens' Novel
Feature ot UFS
Spring Production
With a star-studded cast including Sir Cedric Hardwicke,
Derek Bond, and Sally Anne
Howes, University Film Society
will open their Spring program
January 17 with the presentation of the J. Arthur Rank production of Charles Dickens'
novel "Nicholas Nickelby" at
3:30 p.m. in the Auditorium.
Plans for presentations in tho near
future include the well-known Song
of My Heart, and So Well Remembered.
if, if, if,
DRAFTING of annual graduation
banquet plans and tho Alpha Omega
Annual is main topic on agenda of the
Alpha Omega Executive in Arts 105
on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.
Ukrainian students are asked to contact executive or call KErr. 6440R.
Graduating students aro especially requested  to put  theii   names in early.
3r t* fp
"IMPORTANCE    OF   X-RAYS    in
Medicine" will bo topic of Dr. J.
Harrison, head of the Vancouver General Hospital's X-Ray Division. Dr.
Harrison will speak lo Pre-Meds in
Physics 201 at 12:30 p.m. today.
if. if if.
MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB will
present Mozart's Symphony No. ;{">, and
Prokofieff's Symphony No. 1 on Monday, 13:30 p.m. in Men's Club Room,
Brock Hall.
Thursday night, Vancouver Little
Theatre will do "Candida," and the
North Van Community Players will
present "George and Margaret" Friday.
UBC Alumni Players will present
'Winslcw Boy" as a Saturday Matinee,
and the festival closes with Everyman's second production, "Noah."
Evening performances begin sharply
at 8:30 p.m., and the curtain rises
on the Saturday matinee at 2:30 p.m.
Late-comers will not be sealed duirns
the  first  act.
Festival will be adjudicated by Max-
well Wray, prominent British actor,
Jirector and adjudicator with tho
British Drama League. He will comment on each play after the performance, and Saturday night will choose
the best productions and performances, and sum up the week's work.
Hobnailed
Boots '1st
Veibotenl'
Well-deserved punishment
will be meted out to he-manly
males who are found in the
Brock attired in boots with
hobnails.
This latest communique from the
maintenance staff of Brock Hall is
an effort to preserve the linoleum and
lustre of the floors.
Bill Bradshaw said today that tha
boots were cutting up the floor coverings and leaving long, deep scratches
on the dance floor in thc lounge.
Heavy snows have forced many
students to resort to more waterproof
forms of footwear than ordinary shoes,
and many of the army veterans are
naturally wearing their hobnail boots.
Wearing studs in lounges and halls
was stopped in the army tor the same
reasons.
Campus Clubs Stage
'Plebeian Mardi Gras
Latest Idea in UBC Social Life
Emphasizes 'Happiness' Theme
Something new has been added to UBC social life.
A "Plebeian Mardi Gras/' with "The Bluebird of Happiness" as its theme, will be staged in Brock Hall Friday, January 27, commencing at 8:30- p.m.
Committee members chosen for the£
event are Paul Bianco, Newman Club
president; Felicity Pope, International
Student Club; Knute Butodahl,
Filmsoc executive member; Joe Lotz-
kar, CCF Club president; and Henry
Hutcheon of the UN Club.
QUEEN CANDIDATES
Seven co-eds will vie for the position of Queen of the Plebeian Mardi
Gras in a contest climaxing the events
of the evening. Each of the girls will
represent a Canadian trade union.
Other   features   of   the   evening's
entertainment   will  be  an   orchestra
and a chorus line,
PATRONS
Asked to act as patrens are Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Winch, MLA; Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Bury, Mr. Frank Calder,
MLA; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Alsbury,
Mr. and Mrs. Angus Mclnnis, Mr.
Jim Sutherland, and Professor Stu
Jamieson.
Honored guests for the. evening
will include presidents of campus
clubs, members of the Student Council,   Peter  Dyke,  and  Mr.  and  Mrs.
'Jim   Robbins,   shoeshine   concessionaire.
Admission   price   to   the   informal
affair will be fifty cents per person.
—Photo by Tommy
IRIS HILL
fishermen's and allied workers,
—Photo by Tommy Hatcher
MAVIS  CRAMB
union of pulp, sulphite and paper
mill  workers,  AFL
Hoop Dance Saturday
Basketball fans will be able to dance
in Brock Hall free of charge after
Saturday night games are ov-»r, Student  Council  ruled  Monday.
No dances will be staged until after
the Women's Undergraduate Society
Coed Dance January 28.
—Photo by Tommy
MARJ   JACOBS '
united retail employees, CIO
—Photo by Tommy Hatcher
CHRIS CAMERON
textlk   -vorkers union, CIO
—Photo by Tommy Hatcher
GLORIA BURROUGHS
brotherhood   of   papermakcrs.
AFL
—Photo by Tommy Hatcher
ANNE CHAIXENGER
. bakery and confectionery union.
AFL
— Photo 0,1/  Tommy
PAT ESSELMONT
packinghouse workers, AFL
-%aM!MMs. Page 2
THE UBYSSEY
The Ubyssey
„ Member Canadian University Press
Authorized as Second Class Mail, Post Office Dept., Ottawa. Mail Subscrlptlon»-$2.00 per year.
Published throughout the university year by the Student Publications Board of the Alma
Mater Society of the University of British Columbia.
Editorial opinions expressed herein are those of the editorial staff of The Ubyssey and not
necessarily those of the Alma Mater Society nor of the University.
Offices In Brock Hall. Phone ALma 1624 For display advertising phone ALma 3253
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF       JIM   BANHAM
MANAGING EDITOR  CHUCK MARSHALL
GENERAL STAFF: CUP Editor, Jerry Mcdonald; News Editor, Art Welsh; Features Editor,
Vic Hay; Sports Editor, Ray Frost; Women's Editor, Shirley Finch; Editorial Asst. Les Armour
Editor This Issue—HUGH CAMERON
Associate Editor—MARI PINEO
Friday, January   13,   I9SQ
1"" 4
ssey Classified--
What of the Future?
UBC'a1
reports received by the Ubyssey,
Jjtuich of the Canadian Legion is
facing "|||tinction. A meeting will be held
Monday'^n Applied Science 102 to discuss
the problem and try to find a solution to the
dilemma.
The Legion has set up three alternatives
which will be discussed Monday at 12:30 p.m.
The first calls for the setting up of a downtown branch with an office at UBC to service the membership who have graduated
from UBC. The second calls for disbanding
the group, and the third would have the
group carry on in its present role.
The Legion, which has always been willing to lend a helping hand to student veterans
has "come to the cross-roads of its existence"
according to president John Haar. Since few
veterans have enrolled this year and many
have graduated, the prospect of a large organization has just about faded.
No one, least of all the student veterans
wants \o see the legion leave the campus.
They have supported many worthy projects
during their career at UBC and there is no
reason why they should not continue to do so,
even with a small organization.
The Legion executive must however, face
facts. The day will come when there just
aren't going to be any vets left on the campus.
There are two alternatives here also. Either
the present Legion members can sign up with
other groups outside UBC or they can set up
a campus office to service graduates, as the
present executive has suggested.
The Ubyssey thinks the second alternative is the best. Veterans can supply a valuable service to UBC by serving as alumni.
Student veterans who are interested in the
future of their organization had better turn
out Monday and make up their minds once
and for all.
The Power of the Press
Welching, back-biting, soul-grinding,
flea-ridden Student Council is still "beating
about the bush" regarding a date for the
Publications Board-Council basketball game,
the annual classic in which the Pub forces
of good inevitably trounce the evil of bureaucratic government.
While the tin gods sit in their board room
whiling'-away the time with student money,
the Publications Board has upheld the traditions of the free press and fair play. And
when the time comes for Council to face
the music they gather their black robes about
them and refuse to even tap their feet to
the tune. .^Jfil
The Ubyssey doesn't want to allow this
situation to go too far. Besides breaking down
tradition, which the Ubyssey has consistently
upheld, Council is showing their true colors.
The Publications Board knows that
Council, if they ever do set a date for the
game, will resort to every underhanded tactic
in. the books to achieve a victory. But the
Ubyssey is not afraid. The forces of good
always triumph.
Gobbledeygook
A Dull Sociological Repoit on
Certain Un-Canadian Canadians
|$ir proportion of the letters-to-the-
editor %hich appear in. Vancouver's daily
newspapers come from Englishmen who
think Canada in general and Vancouver in
particular—are simply beastly.
A quick summary of all the letters of
another certain type would be: "Englishmen
who don't like Canada, should go back to
their drafty castles and left-handed highways."
Personally I think this is a very poor
plan.
As a student of such sociological problems as juvenile delinquency, Dorothy
Thompson and DEP's (Displaced English
Persons), I object.
The eagerness with which some Canadian-
Canadians urge these un-Canadian Englishmen to go back to England is a result of an
unjustified optimism.
Sending our DEP's back to England won't*
solve the problem.
We have no guarantee that they'll all
go back to the Old Country, catch a chill
and die in a drafty (i.e., draughty) castle,
or stroll across Picadilly and get knocked
down by a left-handed Austin.
MORE LITTLE ENGLISHMEN
Let's face it: Many of them might very
well go back, settle down into a disgustingly
healthy existence and start raising little Englishmen all over the place.
As loyal Canadians, we can't afford to
let a thing like that happen. After all, England
is suffering today from the same affliction
Letters to the Editor
LET US PRAY
THE EDITOR.
THE UBYSSEY,
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RIDE WANTED FOR StSCs from 36th<*>
and Dunbar or 41st and Dunbar, Monday to Friday. Phone Ann, KE. 0138L.
RIDE OR TO JOIN CAR CHAIN
from 87th and Angus. Phone Jim,
KErr. 4445M.
RIDES AVAILABLE FOR PAS8&N-
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Monday to Saturday. Phone KE. 4362R.
Miscellaneous
TYPING: ENGLISH-FOREIGN LAN-
gunges, Essays, Theses, Card Work.
Campus rates. AL. 06MR.
COACHING IN FRENCH BY
Frenchman. Phone AL. 0633 and ask
for Alairi Silvera.
IF YOU PLAY THE SAXOPHONE,
bass or drums and would like to
get into the UBC Swing Band, please
phone Syd Lawson, AL. 2023R. -
Room and Bodrd
ROOM AND BOARD FOR ONE GIRL
student. Barber, 4164 West 12th, AL.
104SY.
ROOM AND BREAKFAST-ACCOM-
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BOARD AND ROOM PLUS WASH-
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Meetings
GENERAL MEETING PROGRESS-
ive - Conservative Club, Friday, 12:30
in Arts 101.
CURLING CLUB MEETING AT
12:30 Friday, January 13 in Hut M 10.
AU interested r'oase attend.
Notices
SWIMMING CLUB WILL START
Monday, January 16, 9:00 p.m.
LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
will be given in Physics 260, 12:30 p.m.
Friday, 13, entitled "Christian Science
—Its Work arid Song" by Peter B.
Biggins of Seattle, Wash.
MIROSLAV FIC, CZECH STUDENT
attending UBC this year under Student ontribution Plan etaointaoinaoin
ent contribution plan, will address
Historical Society on Wednesday, January 18 at 7:30 in Men's Lounge, Brock
Hall. His topic will be "Modern
Czechoslovakia". All interested students welcome.
THERE WIU. BE A MEETING OF
the Student Peace Movement in Arts
103 at 12:30 Friday. The purpose of
the meeting will be to discuss and give
final ratification to a constitution. AH
students are invted to come nd express their viewpoint.
Lost
COMMERCIAL PILOT'S LICENSE-
lost in Library December 6th. Anyone
now knowing its whereabouts please
contact Nick, LA. 0889R.
ON LAST WEEK OF LECTURI^
someone accidentally absconded with
a pair of size seven basketball shoes
which had boon left (momentarily)
in stadium. Their return would be appreciated.
BLUE PARKER 51 WITH GOLD CAP
lost on January 7th. Please leave in
Acadia mail box "S".
IF STUDENT WHO GAVE TWO
characters a ride the 11th afternoon
in a Ford coupe, finds a dress rubber,
would he drop it at Lost and Found
or phonr. Burl, CE. 1605.
BLACK ZIPPER LOOSE' - LEAF
case. Jack Macdonald. Phone Monarch Lodge, AL. 0056.
PARKER PEN—4:30 Monday, January
9th, between Library and auditorium.
Would appreciate if finder returned
to Lost and Found or phone CE. 0107
evenings.
ONE PAIR BROWN LEATHER
gloves in Book Store on campus. AL.
2418R.
WOULD THE PERSON WHO PICK-
ed up a brown billfold in telephone
booth in Quad January 5th please
return same. Phone KErr. 2418R. D.
P. Godefroy.
SLIDE RULE-HM 26 or near, Friday
morning. Log Log Vector. Return to
Lost and Found or phone AL. 2981R.
WILL THE PERSON I TOOK FROM
Blunca to Acadia Friday night see
Don Thiesson, Hut 4, Room 3, Fort
Camp about a book on "Glands" he
accidentally picked up.
such issues. It i.s suggested that tho' THIN GOLD HAMILTON POCKET
Ruidirg principal of democracy (I pre-' watch lost by Dal Boulfon (referee)
that the student body works on   >n Gym dressing room on Friday cve-
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By Hal Tennant
as Canada: Too many Englishmen.
BUT THERE'S A REASON
You'd start bringing up little Englishmen
too, if you had nothing else to do but stroll
across Picadilly. Yes, sir.
You'd raise a little Merrie Olde Englande
yourself if the- only alternative was to sit
around sipping tea in a drafty old castle
(shortage of cups, *you know).
The solution to the problem is to show
Englishmen how to become Good Canadians.
It so happens I have a few simple rules all
ready:
Good Canadians always:
1. Favor a complete breakaway from
England.
2. Urge closer co-operation with Britain.
3. Hate the St. Laurent government.
4. Vote Liberal.
5. Hate the Americans.
6. Move to the U.S.
We Canadian-Canadians could help the
situation too if we'd make a few concessions
to the English, such as:
1. Stop making nasty remarks about
Victoria and its English population.
2. Offer to let Victoria join Canada, as
a part of the nation. (If negotiations
were successful, we might even invite a few Victorians to immigrate
to Canada Proper, to give them a
chance to experience life in our
rugged, new coui^ry; or for that
matter, life of any kind.)
0 ° o o 6
"Sockem Stiff wins by a knock-out! How about
a word to the folks, Sockem? Were you ever
in trouble?"
"Yes, I had lots of trouble with Dry Scalp
and unruly hair. But I kayoed both wiw»
'Vaseline' Hair Tonic." *
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ular appeal. It is perfectly consi.s'e'V,
with such an interpretation <,f democracy for thc Canadian Gwerimu-"
to vote the CCF or Conservative pani;.;
into illegality. Fortunately there is
more to democracy than this, and .such
things are as incompatible with il as
totalitarianism, which, in fact, they
herald
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THE UBYSSEY
Page 3
Woman's Page
en's editor    ....     shirley finch
women's editor
l'..OhS.b| the loVely hula girls is
Jdn Olsen, who.wrth the chorus
will do a number to Bali Hai
and Song of the Islands.
All   PictUrfe   §L«L
Photogrbpnjert i^ SWL v
Tommy Hatcher, Briifcl Jlf-
fa'ry.
2. Heading a hard hitting
committee are Bob Annable
and Loni Francis, co-chairmen.
3. One of the two soloists is Diana Cox,
who wi 11 dance to Sweet Lei lani in her enchant
ing costume of cellophane and pastel leis.
4. Some of the Mardi Gras Committee who have worked so
hard for the success of the biggest Ball of the season:
Standing: Larry Marks', Ralph Diamond, John Panton, Don Urquhart
Seated: Mary Rittich, Ben Wyatt, Nini Scott, JoJean Johnston, Shirley Abbott, Jan
McColl, Diana Cox, Doug Franklin, Joan Taylor. (Missing - Roan Cotten, Mirzi Switzer,
John Graham, Shirley Finch).
5. "Hlua Honeys" are the tall girls' chorus. Left to right they are: Jacqueline Davies, Lyla
Butterworth, Nancy Carter, Shirley Shields, Sheila McGiverin, Susan Jqmes, Jan Olsen, Shirley Hern, Mary Denisiuk, Beverley Urquhart, Joan Barton and Chris Windebank.
6. Another shot of the "Hula Honeys", from left: Jacqueline Davies, Lyla Butterworth, Nancy
Carter, Shirley Shields, Sheila McGiverin, Susan James, Jan Olsen, Shirley Hern, Mary
Denisiuk, Beverley Urquhart, Joan Barton and   Chris Windebank.
7. Sarong Sweehearts - the short girls' chorus, from the left: Solveig Lervold, Jo-Anne Strutt,
Bette Heard, Pam Hodson, Billie Wadds, Gloria Newell, Mitzi Switzer (soloist), Pauline Lee,
Marilyn Grant, Dorothy Chave, Connie Thompson, Nonie Marsden, Joan MacKeracher.
■i' IvtIWf   #••' Page 4
-r--srrp"—<~-
THE UBYSSEY
PrWay, January   13,   1950"
Hamber Cup Near Home
As I
s icemen
5-4 Count Ends
s
Series in East
Win Two
By HERM FRYDENLUND
UBC   Thunderbird   hockey
squad moved one step closer
to winning the coveted Hamber
Trophy  on  Wednesday night
.when they toppled highly rated
U. of Alberta "Golden Bears"
for the second straight night.
Again the margin of victory
was one goal   as   the   locals
triumphed 5-4.
The game, played before a packed
hoUMt  produced  some  of  the best
hockey witnessed in the Alberta capital this year. The series resumes In
Vancouver on January 23rd and 24th
at the Forum. 'Birds need only a tie
in two games to cop the Western
Canada    inter-collegiate   supremacy
and the Hamber Trophy.
TVTO GOAL LEAD
The local squad jumped Into • two
goal lead in the first period.* Bob
Lindsay picked up the first tally of
the encounter when he scooped up
a loose puck and scored from dose
in.
Bob turned in a solid performance
both offensively and defensively.
The second and final marker of the
Initial canto came from the stick of
Corky Dechene, with two of the
heavy-cheoklng Bears attempting to
bring him down. He carried them
and the puck Into the net.
BAD WEATHER CONDITIONS
MAY STOP RUGGER SERIES
First game of the McKechnie Cup Rugger series may
not get under way this Saturday as scheduled.
Bad weather conditions over the whole of the lower
mainland, including Victoria, where the first game between
UBC Thundei birds and Victoria Crimson Tide was to take
place, may cause a postponement of the match.
Officials of both clubs were in contact last night in
order to plan some definite stand on the matter.
At press time, no definite decision had been reached.
'Birds Go South For
Rugged Road Trip
By OIL GRAY
Basketball coach Jack Pomfret, trainer Owen and Manager
Mills as well as their sidekicks, the Thunderbird basketball
team, entrained last night for points south, in the first road trip
of the current conference season.
The trip will take the 'Birds south <
to Cheney for a game with the Sav-
JACK McFARLANE
. , . defensive standout
Trailing 2-0 going into the second
panel, the prairie squad began a
sustained attack which netted them
two unanswered markers. With the
'Bird defense tightening up considerably Ken Hodgert smashed in the
third local tally on a pass from Bob
Koch.
TIED UP SCORE
Bill Dockerty tied Vhe score for the
Albertans when he finished a smart
play sparked by Jim Fleming. The
middle session ended in a 3-3 tie.
Thunderbirds hit their top stride in
the third period as they jumped into
a two goal lead on a pair of solo
efforts by Gunner Bailey and Clare
Drake. Bailey's marker came on a
hard slap shot which cleanly beat
Moran in the Alberta net. The hardworking Drake garnered his on a
sizzling   shot   to   fhe   lower   corner.
Altogether the Drake-Lindsay-Bailey
combination gathered three goals and
was the most effective unit on the ice.
NEVER GAVE UP
The hustling Mountaineers never
gave up and were rewarded for their
efforts when clever Jim Fleming potted tho last goal of the contest. With
five minutes remaining in the game
the Bears applied terrific pressure in
an attempt to tie the game. Goalie
Don Adams rose to the occasion,
pulling off several sensational saves.
Jack MacFarlane on the 'Bird defense was the pick of the rearguards,
his smart clearances and consistent
hustle givirg Adams much support
snd protection throughout the game.
HEAVY  CHECKING
Style of play dished up by the Bears
featured heavy checking. However,
they played ''clean" and there were'
no injuries to cither squad. Chief
Bear target seemed  to be Bob Koch.
Two squads resume battle for the
Trophy in Vancouver on January 211.
and 24. These games promise to ,be
of the sensational variety as Bears
are determined to cop the Trophy.
emblematic of Western Canada intercollegiate  supremacy.
:ges at Eastern on Friday night, and
then north to Spokane for a battle
with the Whitworth Pirates.
Under current league rating the
Eastern Washington group is the one
relieved to burn up the loop this
year.
OUTSTANDING RECORD
The pre-season record of the Sav*
iges is truly outstanding. The team
eat Idaho State, Washington State,
>nd several teams of Coast Conference
.alibre.
However, the 'Birds chances don't
look very black because last week &
:ourth place club in the loop rating
College of Puget Sound, upset the
Eastern squad by a one point margin.
At present Eastern is in a three-way
,ie for second spot, one of the teams
being UBC.
WHITWORTH PROBLEM
The second game at Spokane, against
the Whitworth aggregation is a problem to the Birdmen. Their chances of
taking Eastern are pretty slim. However, if the ' Birds are to take a firm
grasp on a second division berth this
season,  they   must  attain  at  least a
split with Whitworth, in the home and
home series.
And the 'Birds who currently boast
a six-win — five loss scoring average,
afe going to have .a battle on theit
hands.
Only once before this year have the
'Birds gone on a road trip, and at that
time it was to Seattle where they met
defeat twice in two games.
WEATHER HINDERS
And with the weather in its present
condition travelling is not going to be
easy. Two of the men on this year's
'Birds are new to Conference ball this
year and how they will stand up
under the strain of travel is a moot
question.
Also the chance of train delay in
travelling about Washington is very
good. The boys had to change at Seattle last night and at press time, no
knowledge of an easy switch was
known.
Se unless the luck of the Gods is
with the 'Birds, it is going to be a
weary ten-man team that is supposed
to meet a high powered Eastern and
Whitwort# group this weekend.
Mural Basketball
Monday,  Jan.  16th—Field   House
1. Arts Senior B vs VCF
2. Fort Camp B vs Sigma Foo
Tuesday, Jan.  17th—Field House
1. Sigma Chi vs Arts 1 B
2. Psi U vs Dekcs
Wednesday, Jan. 18th—Gymnasium
1. Kats vs.PE  A
Thursday, Jan. 19th—Field House
1. Alpha Delts vs Termites	
2. Eng 1 vs "Kappa Sig B
GYMNASIUM
1. Phi Kappa PI vs Arts 1 A
Friday, Jan. 20th - Field House
1. Pharmacy vs Arts Senior A
2. Redshirts vs Beta B
SPORTS EDITOR — RAY FROST
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Chiefs' Bertram
Sinks Free Shot
To Beat leafs
Hard slap in the eye was
handed Clover Leafs when UBC
Chiefs pulled a 63-62 upset on
the Dominion Champs in the
first game of the regular Wednesday night double header at
the UBC Gym.
From beginning to end of the game
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58-all. Two minutes remained am
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For Clover Leafs lanky Bob Haas
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Standouts on the university squad
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Raptis came through with a total
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Bertram with nine points played a
stei.dy game and distinguished himself by sinking the shot'that put the
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