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_ Beauts
ush  Sexy Raven
"Culture with sex appeal" is the new motto of Raven,
UBC's literary magazine.
Business manager Len Davis plans to bolster Raven
sallS Monday and Tuesday noons by having UBC beauty
queens sell copies of the literary magazine from booths
located in Brock Hall and the Caf.
"It's a new departure in selling literary magazines,"
Davis said.
"Formerly, Raven was sold by ugly anthropologists
and callow pubsters. These girls will do more for Canadian
culture than the CBC."
The second edition of Raven, Editor Mike Ames said,
will feature more humour than was printed in the first
edition. "Magi cartoons will occupy a prominent position,"
he said.
Raven is the first successful literary magazine to
appear on the UBC campus in seven years.
UBYSSEY
Volume 33
VANCOUVER, B.C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1955
Number 30
Engineer  Fined   For
Pelting  Tim   Buck
-Others  Acquitted
By VAL. HAIG-BROWN
1
Student Court found first year engineer John Holland guilty of conduct unbecoming fi
UBC student Tuesday night in connection with disturbances at the Tim Buck meeting Nov. 1*
RAVEN business manager Len Davis here
demonstrates how campus males may be
induced to buy Ravens Monday and Tuesday noons. Campus beauty queens (left
to right) Kathy Cambell, Annette Hrohoka.
Danica D'Hondt, Maureen Cherry and Kay
Hamnriarstrom will preside at the Raven
booths, located at caf and AMS office.
\B. C  Attorney-General
\Bonner To Speak Today
lis  Knys.
IViolation
Ed.
Of
B.C. Attorney-general Robert Bonner will discuss "Making
[Confederation Work," noon today in.Physics 200.
        Bonner, popular city barrister,
is speaking under the campus j
Dhv/C F/4 ' NFCUS committee, sponsors of j
■   11/•».       LU.    j a bi-weekly talk series on "Tho |
Canada We Live In." Chairing!
the meeting will be Man: Bell, j
head of the local NFCUS corn-
mi ttee. I
SHRUM
Dr. Gordon Shrum, professor
Arc UBC students downtrod-1 of Physics, will introduce tho
den by tho athletic department? j attorney-general.
C^ivil Liberties Union executive ; Bonner has been long inter-
Ashe Davis thinks so, and will < csted in campus affairs and
expound his views in Brock Hall j helped to found the UBC Cana
today. j dian Officers Training Corps.
ELECTION
Bonner was first elected to the
Victoria legislature in a 1952 by
election   in   Columbia   constituency    and    was    immediately
iivil Liberty?
The CLU leader will blast the
concept '>!' compulsory physical
education a.s an infringement on i
<"ivil liberties.
CLU members hope that physical education majors will attend to defend their point of
view ot thc athletic powers-
thi.t be
Physical Education Undergraduate Society officials will
pmbably appear, Davis said.
The discussion is scheduled
fm- one p.m in the Brock Double
Conm'jilloe Room, above I. lie
AMS Offuc Coffee will be
<;ci vi ci
named Attorney-General in Pre
mier Bennett's Cabinet.
He was re-elected in 1053 in
Point Grey constituency.
Late one night in December,
I8(i7, two yoimg women
walked down a dark London
street. Suddenly out of an alloy
came a great, scarred giunt of a
man who tipped his hat politely
as he walked pasl them .into
the fog
—Brian Thomas Photo
SINGULAR  PIANIST
on campus run at
A controversial American
composer, who writes for a
piano rigged with nuts, screws
and bolts, will give his first
Canadian recital at the University of B.C. Friday.
John Cage, who is presently
touring the Western States, is
appearing in the Auditorium
of UBC Friday. Dec. 2 at 12:30
p.m under the sponsorship of
the Music Department and the
University Fine Arts Committee.
He will be playing several
of   his  own  compositions  for
'prepared piano' a piano with
bits of metal attached to the
strings.
Final  Pub  Effort
Friday's edition of the Ubyssey will be the last of the Fall
term. Publication will resume
January 5.
The special, 12-page edition
will feature a two-page pictorial
section, reviewing Ihe news higb-
lights of the first term.
Ubyss<\\ staffers sav they in-
lend to stud\ for Christmas
e\aniinafions
Two other students also
charged in connection with the
disturbance were acquitted.
i     Reasons for the decision  as
given by acting chairman Terry
i Nicholls were:
Speakers invited to the cam-
j pus  should   be  able   to  speak
' without  fear  of physical  violence.
! The fact that Holland felt he
could express his irritation only
by violence was ruled out as the
Court believed other more satisfactory methods were open to
him.
\     Holland was fined  three dol-
; lars by the Court.
Charges against students who
attempted to tear down the banner on the platform were
dropped.
Reasons for this decision were
that the meeting had ended, the
banner   was   apparently   aban
doned, and   it was  neither  removed nor damaged.
Members of the Court felt
that the conduct of the incident
was not generally blarheworthy
as individuals who merely followed the lead of a few cannot
be considered guilty.
Members of the Court were
Terry Nicholls, chairman, Anne
Skelton, Bruce Williams and
John Loewen.
'tween classts
-i
LPP Ban Try
Boomerangs
Parliamentary Forum Steering Committee Tuesday unanimously censured campus Conservative president Phil Govan
for his motion to ban the LPP
club from Mock Parliament.
The move came after Govan
found no seconder for his motion to prohibit Jim MocFarlan's
club from political debates on
the grounds that one man—MacFarlan -- did not constitute a
political party.
Campus CCF president Bill
Marchak Immediately moved a
vote of censure against the Conservative leader and representatives from Social Credit, Lib
erals, and LPP supported the
motion. Govan abstained from
the vote.
Commented University Clubs
Committee president Al Thackray on the censure motion: "I
think it is priceless."
Thackray said he would have
taken action to reinstate the
LPP club if the Govan motion
had passed.
Exhuborent LPP president
Jim MacFarlan said he w;<s "'up
ronriously happy" following the
meeting.
Fiery Gaglardi   I
Speaks Today   1
SOCRED CLUB presents tht
Hon. Mr. P. A. Gaglardi, Minis*
ter of Highways on Friday, Dee*
2 at 1230 in F & G 100. Don't
miss this fiery speaker.
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PRE-LAW SOCIETY presents
Mr, S. Remnant, Crown Counsel
in Vancouver, debating with Mr.
Garfield King, Municipal Counsel on the subject "Should Capital Punishment be Abolished in
Canada" Friday noon in Arta
204.
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CIVIL    LIBERTIES    UNION
executive meeting in Hut Bl to-
day at noon.
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CIVIL    LIBERTIES    UNION
presents Halford Wilson, President Civic Unity Association,
and former Vancouver alderman, discussing racial prejudice,
Friday noon in Phys. 201.
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VARSITY   ROD   AND   GUN
Club will hold a meeting today
at 12:30 in HL 1. All interested
are welcome.
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FILMSOC presents the "Mir-
acle on 34th Street" starring
Edmund Gwenn, today at noon
in the auditorium.
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GLEE CLUB important rehearsal today at noon in HM 1,
for Hallelujah Chorus and other
Christmas c o n c e r t number*,
Everyone please attend.
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CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION—
the topic "Should Physical Education be Compulsory" will be
discussed at 1:00 today in the
Double Committee Room in the
Brock.
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CIRCULO   LATINO   AMERI-
cano will show films on Mexico
Friday at noon in Library 859.
All welcome.
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IMPORTANT MEETING of all
ASUS Committees, 1230 Monday, in Arts 204.
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THE   SECRET   SOCIETY   of
the Golden Symbol will hold a
grand clan meeting for the installation of Ihe now Kabar at
trie home of Ihe Master Kinsmen touighl. Alt I'luu xes must
at tend. IHE UBYSSEY
Thursday, December 1, 1955
WERE
MEMBEft CANADIAN UNlVlHSltY PRatM
Authorized as second class mall, Pest Office Department,
Ottawa.
Student subscriptions $1.20 par year (Included ln AMS fees). Mall
•ubscriptions $2.00 per year. Single copies five cents. Published
In Vancouver throughout the University year by the Student
Publications Bflard of the Alma Mater Society, University of
British Columbia. Editorial opinions expressed herein are those
of the editorial staff of the Ubyssey, and not nec#arlly those of
ihe Alms Mater Society or the University, tetters to the Editor
should not be more than 150 words. The Ubyssey reserves the right
to cut lettefl, and cannot guarantee publication of all letters
received..
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Offices in Brock Hall
Phone ALma 1624
Discretion
As we observed earlier in the year parking has become
■ serious problem on this campus. Wfceh the proposed College
of Education is constructed on the main Arts parking lot the
present problem will become an impossible situation.
When a situation Is bad the sensible thing to do is to take
all possible steps to alleviate it. But here at UBC steps are    vbte< to» aiid an Wfi^clitlve a»c-
Edilor, Tbe Ubyssey,
The Engineers are to be con*
gratulated. On Friday they
proved without'a doubt that
they are the best-organized
group on the campus. Yes, Sultan's boys really impressed
eVirybna, for beys th*y Wert,
and I think those of us who'
attended the ASUS meeting
will excuse them.
We all enjoy the antics of
the tedihlrts. They add a little
eKeitement to university life.
Frosh in the lily pond, paper
airplanes at general meetings,
and inihy other forms of En*
gmeerihg recreation •« as en*
Joyable as they are traditional.
We identify the Engineers with
school spirit, and everything
that adds to H—up to a certain
point. For when mempers of a
strong group such as theirs
breaks the bohdi of common
sense which supposedly govern
the behaviour of university
students, we cart but wonder
at the level of ertdttehal de-
vrtopmerit taoy haw reached.
Alade AWJwde #n» several
other Artsm#n w*fe trying to
have  an  ASUS  eonittaittdri
ted. This Wat an open meeting,
end nobody minded too much
when Sultan's children added
their little bit now and then.
The fact that they didn't know
when to stop was the sad part.
I doubt if we lowly Artsmen
would be allowed into an EUS
meeting, and even if we* were,
I can imagine about how far
we would get if we tried to
interfere in their elections.
No Blotz-boys, we didn't
mind when you heckled the
speakers, whistled at the secretary (oh, you jealous Engineers), or chanted your "bottle"
hymn as you stamped out, but
when you loused up the voting
it just wain't democratic
Thanks to you, we will have to
hold another meeting to elect
an executive.    Should you
choose to stage a repeat p«v
formance, it will -only serve to
lower the very little esteem *•
now hold you in.
On the whole, Engineer! are
a good enough group, Let's just
hope that the ones who were
at the ASUS meeting are not
representative of the Uhole
faculty. I am sure that Presi*
dent Sultan must be relieved
that he wasn't at, the meeting,
for he would have had very
little to be proud of, and square
root to sing about. Besides, I
don't think there's an Engineer
at UBC who can "demolish 40
beers" anyway.
I'm hot afraid of verbal Red-
shirt revenge, but oh, the water
in the lily-pond must be cold
these mornings. „
RAWSt.
to make*the problem worse. Keystone cops, who act
ai"' if they just stepped out of a Mack Sennett comedy, run
around the campus plastering tickets on every car that is not
parked in exactly the right place.
Certainly campus police are needed to control parking but
when the situation is congested a certain amount of discretion
is called for. We don't feel that discretion is being exercised.
Oh the contrary, because the situation is bad and parking is
hard to find more tickets than ever are being handed out.
If the Administration doesn't intend taking any immediate
action to alleviate the problem the least they can do is tell their
Briton in blue to stop making matters worse than they already
are.
HUMAN   VALUE
Mutt Muzzled
This repty to Mutt should not be considered a refutation
fc» the usual sense of the word. I simply wish to point out to
Mutt the vagueness of some of his propositions.
In his second paragraph he
JUilMitiiil
UaslkihMMtt**
says: "We admit that this is
true but we would also like to
point out that most of the good
things of life have come about
through specialization and not
through the 'Liberal' education
which our good friend Jeff
would prefer."
GOOD?
Now the first thing to be
pointed out to Mutt is that the
term "good", Miich is begged
in his sentence: is a term that
Can be clarified and rendered
meaningful only by reference
to an examination of meaning
and human values—an inquiry
which rests almost solely on
the shoulders of the liberal
arts populace.
Mutt has yet to show us how
human values can be deduced
from the concepts of calibration, stress and tension. The
metallurgical engineer indirectly built the hospital where
Mutt was confined But the
metallurgical engineer also indirectly built long-range bombers. True, the scientist discovered the drugs that Mutt re-
fered to, but the scientist also
built the hydrogen bomb. The
equation E equals MC2 may
tell us how to make the Hiroshima bomb. But it does not
tell us how we ought to use it.
In another sentence Mutt
says' ''. . . it- would be considered ridiculous to reach, philo
sophy to the working population as only discontent and
unrest could result." So what?
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Such a reaction would shat
ter the efficiency of our whole dent rate's. Leartt to gitasp ideas
economic system." So what?
All Mutt means, I thnk, Is
that teaching people to think
for themselves and to critically
examine both their own value
codes and the value orientation
in which they find themselves
vvill make them dissatisfied
with their present dis-eased
condition. And this in turn may
necessitate a reformulation of
basic, though artificially constructed economic concepts—
concepts which are stipulative
(perhaps . ruitrarily) in the
sense that they purport an ex-
p 1 a n a t i o n of the natural
'scheme of things'. And so?
In conclusion, I will extend
my benevolent nature and divulge to Mutt the necessary
approach for purposes of reputing my own article. Keeping
within the context of his own
causally efficacious thinking,
he must show how the ought
(which is the concern of the
humanities) is deducible from
the is. And he must do this
without -a lamentable recourse
to topological thinking which
involves the concept of final
cause. To seek a have a in the
latter would, of course, negate
h!s own premises.
Hilarys Bo'Jkhinder.
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Two glib UBC rtudenti will
try to convince two professors
that students should be allowed
to attend UBC, in Arts 100 at
noon today.
Taking the affirmative that
"UBC Would B«s Better Off
Without Students" will be UBC
English Professors Jan de Bruyn
ami Michael Booth.
Trying to convince them otherwise will be McGoun Cup trainees BiH Marchak and Derek
'Fraser.
The unique debate ls sponsored by Parliamentary Forum.
Rump Statistics
Year             Kith   Low Avg.
1st 13.0     12.1 13.3
fcflt, 1«*     M 13.4
1,3rd ....... 14.t     U.S 13.1
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. STATISTICALLY defending the name of Canadian womanhood are rnfcmdokers Ernie Ledgerwood (left) and Gerry
Hodge (lower left) who have completed a comprehensive
' survey that proves UBC girls really aren't "rumpsprung."
Ubyssey readers can also conduct their own survey, thanks
to the handy rump-ruler provided at right of page.
"Brian Thomas Photo
Figures Don't Lie
As Rumps Fly High
By PHIL GARDNER
Campus co-eds may once again take pride in their figures.
Their defamed derrieres have been defended.
In  1950,  when  the  wife of*-*
visiting U.S. Senator Richard i Ledgerwood, have measured
Neuberger said in Vancouver | tfris both large and small and
that   Canadian   women   are, l**e «»*« *««*>«conclusion that
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"rumpsprung", the remark pro
Jvoked angry denials—but  the
accusation was never scientifically refuted.
Two weeks ago, a campus
group dedicated to erase this
stigma of social disgrace organized under the name of "The
Official Testing Survey for vindication of Canadian Women"
and set up operations in the
Mamook offices.
This group, composed mainly
of Mamook members Gerry
Hodge, Bill Lawton, and Ernie
should rock Mrs. Neuberger off
her slenderiser.
Measuring the width, rather
that circumference, of 32 co-
opera tive rufnp-testees, ourj
heroes came up with a total
spreadage of 438.283 inches, a
high of 13.509 inches, a low of
llOOl Inches, and a campus
average of 13.645 inches.
For students interested in conducting their own survey, the
ever-helpful Ubyssey has included a special rump-ruler in today's edition.
A HEART WARMING CHRISTMAS STORY
Edmund Gvvenn — Maureen O'Hara
«!!•
Miracle On 84th Street"
TODAY NOON
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•.***< "DAMNATION OF VANCOUVER"
Sy SYLVIA SHOBTKOUSt
The curtain came down in
thunderous applause in ' the
UBC auditorium Tuesday afternoon as a capacity audience
thrilled to the vivid perform-
ance of Or. Earle Birney's
brilliant poetic drama "Damnation ol Vancouver" or "Trial
of a City."
Presented under the auspices of the Fine Arts and
Special Events Comhnttee in
conjunction with the campus
Players Club, the animated
reading of the play was a delight from beginning to end.
Vancouver's damnation by
the council of the future, assisted by witnesses, Captain
George Vancouver (Sandy
Mills), an Indian Headman
(Wayne Hubble), science pro-
lessor, (Dr. H. V; Warden),
Gassy Jack (Peter Smith) and
Long Will Langland (J. H.
Crelghton), and its resume*
tion thi ugh the witness, Miss
Anybody <Joy Coghill), was
loaded v ith satire with an undercurrent of profound philosophy.
As Professor S. E. Reid of
the English Department com
mented in the Introduction to
the play, "there is a lot of
good foam on top of the
brew," But the foam is never
too thick to hide the brew and
after the fun there is a lot of
contemplation.
The cast of 12, under the
excellent direction of Joy Coghill, was exceptionally good
and very colorful.
Or. Birney himself played
the role of the council for the
future. Other members of tiie
cast included Roger Mossop,
the ministry of the future;
John Maynard, tha court
clerk; Marlon Pbggemlller, the
gum-chewing court stenographer and John Maunsell, the
television announcer.
BASH TO MINIMIZE
POST-EXAM
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Management of Commodore
Cabaret, 872 Granville, today
designated Tuesday evening,
December 30, aj "Post-Exam"
night for UBC students.
The downtown cabaret,
which ordinarily opens only
on weekend nights, will open
on a Tuesday to cater to the
needs of party-hungry students, nearly all of whom will
have finished Christmas exams
before December 20.
Joy will »eign unconfined,
and price is Bet at $3.00 per
couple.
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Interested students may ob-1
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The Loewenguth Quartet of
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Beethoven, Op. 18, No. 6; Pro-
kofiefl. Op. 92; and Ravel Quartet in F major.
According to the New York
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Their works will be performed on the only complete
quartet of Amati instruments in
existence, all four instruments
having been made by thc famed
seventeenth   century   master
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