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Issued Ttvice Weekly by the Students Publications Board of The University of British Columbia.
VOL. XI.
VANCOUVER, B. C, NOVEMBER 20, 1928
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No. 16.
VARSITY RUGGERS
DEFEAT FIREMAN
Playing under Ideal conditions the
Varsity Miller cup Ungllsh Rugby
team administered a iv-8 defeat to the
flrtfiten on Saturday at Brockton
Point.
For the flrst time this year, the
U.B.C. three-quarters worked together
Without those disastrous fumbles
Whieh have been frequent in previous
lames, and their spectacular runs and
Short snappy passing thrilled the good
crowd of spectators,
The husky Firemen, playing with
ine man short, fought hard and at*
tough tbe Issue was never la doubt,
ley might hare scored several times
it for rord'i deadly tackling,   He
eyed his usual stellar game, always
letting hia 9m, besides kicking very
effectively. Taking Bstabrooks place
at flvt-elghths, Dm**. McNeil showed
up well for his flrst game in senior
company. With more experience and
coaching he ahould be a likely eon*
tender tor a hack-line position.
Phil Willis, Varsity captain, was
aken to the General Hospital suffer*
ig from a concussion received dur*
the ptay.   We are glad to report
t the injury was hot serious and
Is O.K. again.
The firemen started off with a rush
When one of their three-quarters Inter*
oepted a pan and ran to within five
ards of the Varsity goal, In the enlist serum the U.B.C. forwards got
oand the hill and dribbled hack to
elr opponent*' twtnty-flve-yard line,
'aralty secured from the sorum end
' 11 Barratt opened the way for Got-
11 to go oyer for the first score,
urray's Jong kick fbr the convert
as a tew feet out.
Following the kick-off, the Fircmep'
""Hree broke away but Fo
tht him down with a neat tackle,
jmatt picked up the loose ball
d f.eked high and followed up fast
down the receiving full-back. One
i the Firefighters was offside, and
amity gained possession trom the re*
suiting scrum, Phil Barratt scoring
alter a complete three-quarter run.
Locke opened the way for Varsity's
next score when he ran thirty yards,
passing to Phil Barratt who kioked
Iter tha full-back's head. Tiny Noble
beat |he rest Ot the Held to the hall,
galling it Just on the dead line. Locke
converted to make the score at half
Ume 110.
Early In the second half Locke's
kick was held In the Firemen's territory. Bert Barratt scooped the ball
up carrying It right to the line where
he pasHed to Fell who went across.
The Varsity hooks wero working
neatly and the ball wuh coming out
on their end nearly every time despite the fact that they wero outweighed.
After a scrum In mid-field Willis
passed to Locke who beat his man,
then passed to Cotterell who fooled
the full-back on a take pass, and ran
forty yards to placo the ball between
the posts; Locke converted.
Tiny Noble seourod from the klck-
of, dodged through most of the Fire*
fljhters and when tackled, threw a
long pass to Fall on the wing, who
knocked down the corner flag in a
near soore. An exchange of kicks
foljowed the twenty-five yard drop and
Foremen were awarded a penalty when
a Varsity man was offside, Mcllvalne
broke Into fame when he kicked the
free kick over the bar from fifty
ygrds out for the Firemen's only score.
The Blue and Oold fifteen all played
sterling rugby and It would be unfair
to pick out any particular player as
outstanding.
, The team was: Ford, Fell, Willi*.
Locke, McNeil, Cotterell, Phil Barratt,
Bert Barratt, Noble, Sparks, Murray,
Mason, Farrls, Alplu and Wilson,
NOTICE TO STUDENTS
Referring tn the cancullatlnn of
University work on the afternoon of
Wednesday, November 21: please note
that work will cease at 9 o'clock on
Wediumday and not at noon aa In the
prevlniiH notice.
Thu   time  of  the game  has  been
changed to ') o'clock, thus permitting
the 1 o'clock lectures to he held.
R. W. BROCK,
Acting President.
Players Arrange
Varied Program
The Players' Club will present Its
annual group of Christmas plays on
November 82, 38, and 14 In the Auditorium. Friday evening will he reserved for the faoulty, graduates of
tho club, aud invited guests, while
Thursday and Saturday nights will
be open to the students.
The three one-act plays chosen this
year are "The Flying Prince," a fantasy of Peggy and Mugene Wood;
"The Invention of Dr, Metiler," a melodrama, and "Cootie Consequences,"
a farce-melodrama by Miss Norma
King.
The flrst play, "The Flying Prince,"
is being directed by Mrs. F, G. C.
Wood. Those taking part are: Miss
Vivian Wood, Arts r82; Mr. William
Plommer, Arts '28; Miss Alice Morrow, Arts 'Sli Mr. Jack Hamilton,
Arts '81; Miss Isabel Yarrow, Arts
'81; Mr. Jeffory Woodward, Arts '30
The second play is in the hands of
Mrs. J. M. Letson, and Is set in the
days of 1849 during the war between
Austria and Hungary. The members
of the cast are: Miss Mary Stewart,
Arts '38; Mr, Alsgander Smith, Arts
'HI; Mr. Lawrence Meredith, Arta '88;
Mr. Anatole Saltseff, Aggie '81 and
Mies Jean Salter, Arts '30,
Mrs. Goodwin Gibson will produce
the play "Cootie Consequences." The
east Is composed entirely of men, and
Includes! Mr. Gravllle Rowland, Arta
'88; Mr, David MacDonald, Arts '88;
Mr. Roderick MoCrae, Arts r88; Mr.
J. Morse, Arta '81; Mr. Howard Bowes,
A** 81; Mr. Victor Hill, Arts '81;
Mr, H. Ormsby, Arts '38; and Mr.
A. Harvey, Arts '81.
IkMl
Tickets tor Arta students may be
obtained Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday ta the lobby of the Audlto-
aum and those for members of
slonce and Agriculture trom the box
office on the same days. Tickets for
Students are available for Thursday
and Saturday nights only. Tickets
free for all.
Freddy Hess, Half-Back
FELLOWSHIP NOTICE
Information haa been received hy
the Registrar concerning the Heat
Fellowship for Scientific ItcHimrch.
Not more than three fellowship.* will
he awarded and applications mtiNt be
received on or hefore April 10, 1H29.
Further Information ma) he obtained
from the Registrar.
Coming Events
•»OM«»»JSSS—»
TODAY, NOV1MBIR 80—
Or.   A.   H.   Hutchinson   will
speak en "Racial Problems,"
Agrlc. 100.   Neen.
WSDNSSOAY, NOV. 21-
Oanadlan Rugby.   Varsity vs.
U. of Alberta. Athletic Park,
2:80 p.m.
lnter-class Track Mttt. Horse-
show Building.   Evening.
THURSDAY, NOV. 22—
Christmas      Plsys.      Student
night.      Auditorium.    8:15
p.m.
Musical Artists to Assist
At Noon Hour Recital
It Is expected that there will be n
large audience of students to attend
the first of this year's noon-hour recitals given under the auspices of th**
Musical Society In the University
Auditorium next Thursday noon, nt
12:10. The program, which has been
made possible hy the generosity of
the assisting artists Is as follows:
1. Sonata In A Major (for Violin
and Piano)  Brahms
Miss Beth Abernethy and Ira Swarts.
2. (a) "Thank God for a Garden'
 del   Rlego
(b) "A Brown Bird Singing"
 Hadyn Wood
(c) "RUtln1 Thinkln"'
(Shepherd's Hong) Fisher
Miss Janice Brldgman
8.    (a) "In Autumn"   Mosikowsky
(ID "Moment Musical"
Kciiubert-Oodowsky
<<•) "I'olichlnello" Rachmaninoff
Im Hwitrti
This recital In open free io the entire atudent body a«t It Is the him ot
the   Musical   Society   to   promote   the
cause of Music ns widely as iiowilble
nt the University.   Those who will he
attendtng are again reminded of the
time,  Thuraday  next  wt  12:10,    It I*
hoped that there will be as few inter-
ruptloiiH uh poMHlhle hy lntn-"otners.
Thi "Ulyssiy'
Tht last Issue ef tht "Ubyttty" for
thlt ttrm will bt publlihod Friday,
Novtmbtr 23.
VARSITY T8 MEET ALBERTA
IN CRUCIAL RU6BY CONTEST
mstBi WTaTSiissiiiTt wmmiD rat tesm
The fall will be remembered In future years as a milestone in the history
or University sport. It marks the establishment of a worth-while tradition—
the "flrst Inter-Col login te Canadian Rugby play-off to be held on this coast.
Since the Dominion-wide College sport made Its debut on the local
campus its story has been one of continual struggle and steady progress,
Over a period of Ave years tho squad has risen from a motley string of handworked students, scarce-noticed by the greater part of the University, to a
smooth-working grid machine, recognised for two successive years as the best
In the province; all due to the enthusiasm of the men and the infinite patience
of Dr. Gordon Burke and Norm Burley
The next logioal step haa been nf*
AmuI Aril FsnctJos Proves
Successful Affair
S-*-*SIIS-H|ISl —
Lester Court was the scene of a gay
danoe Friday night when live hundred
students and ex-students thronged to
the Arts Dance. This was the first of
the faculty dances to be held this session, and was a pronounced success.
Black tuxedos and bow ties mixed
with brilliant colored dresses to reflect the decorations which hung trom
the celling; and they ewayed to the
rhythm of "Lilac Time," "Under the
Moon," and other popular danoe tunes.
Even the "Varsity Drag" was forgotten when lights were turned low, and
the man at the "Moon" appeared showing tardy couples their way across the
floor,
Refreshments were served In the
"underworld" of the place, while
"stag" students waited on the tables.
Some couples preferred to forget the
dance during the supper, while others
preferred to forget the "eats" and re*
turn to the danoe. Automobiles and
taxi-cabs brought to a conclusion an
evening which was enjoyed by all.
Patrons and patronesses Included
Chancellor and Mrs. McKechnie, Acting President Brock, professor and
Mrs, Logan, Dean and Mrs. Buchanan,
and Dean Bollert
Bobby Mill, Half-Back
S. C. M. UCTUgE CArJCELLED
Owing to unforseen business obllgn-
tloiiH, Mr. R, P. t'ettlplece will not
he able to deliver his S.C.M. address
to-day, on "The Triumph of Labor."
However, Dr, Hutchinson has kindly
coiiHonted to speak a week ahead of
his appointed time and accordingly
will give his lecture on "Racial Problems from the Eugemst't Point of
View," shortly after 12 o'clock to-day
In Agrlc, 100.
feoted by arranging for two games a
gainst Alberta, who are at present
Western Canadian Inter-Collegiate
Champions, having triumphed over
Manitoba and Saskatchewan in the
prairie series. The outcome of the
coming fixtures will establish the winners as the best this fide of Toronto.
The University of Alberta's line-up
Includes such luminaries as FreduV
Hess, Bobby Hill and Gus Runge,
half-backs, Micsy Timothy, quarter,
Allan Hall, snap, with tbe competent
Wallle Stirling as mentor,
Some think that the U. B. C aggregation has hitched its wagon to a
star in thia its trial flight In fast Oompany, but the boys are well-seasoned
and conditioned and their record
far this year is without a blei
All the regulars will be seen in adtldn
with the exceptions of Charlie Went*
worth and Tommy Berto.
All possible arrangements have
been made to assure itudent representation at the games. On Wednesday
all lectures and laboratory periods ;
dose at 1:66 P.M. end the B. C. Ble-r
ctric has arranged for special busses
and street cars direct to Athletic
Park. The game is scheduled for
2.30 but will not be started until every
one arrives.
The Albertans are due to arrive by
C. P. R. at 8.00 A. M. Wednesday
morning where they will be met by
the U. B. C. Canadian Rugby Club en
masse. After dinner in tbe cafeteria
at 11:30, a football rally will be held
in the Auditorium for everyone, It ja
understood that the Players' Club IS
(Continued on Page 2)
1
Meeting on C.O.T.C. Question
Petitioned by Students
That the opinion of the Alma Mater
society should be consulted concerning tho attitude of tho atudenta in
reference to tlio formation of a CO.
T.C. unit at the university, was the
decision lunched by the students
when they handed a petition to Ross
Tolmie, president of the Alma Mater
Society.
The  petition  follows:
We, the undersigned members of the
Alma Mater Society of the University
ot British Columbia, under by-law 4,
section C, of the constitution, request
that you, as president, call a meeting
of the Society, for the discussion of
all matters pertaining to the proposed
re-organlxatlon ot the C.O.T.C. in this
University.
We venture to suggest November
28, or thereabout, as a suitable date
for the said meeting.
The date mentioned ls considered '
as being the best possible In consideration of the proximity of the examinations, and it 1b to be hoped that
some effort will be made to have
noon and one-o'clock lectures cancelled on the day of the meeting to enable all students to attend, since thla
Is probably the most important subject of the year to be discussed.
The students who drafted the petition are hoping the Couucll wtll be
uble to induce a member of the Senate
to lay before us those reasons which
were not previously before the students but which persuaded the Senate
to actuate the re-organisatlon of the
unit. An officer of the mllltla might
also he able to explain some of the
technical points:
NOTICE
There are letters from the Medical
Office which have not been claimed
In the racks In the hall ot the Arts
building. First year students especially please note.
FOLLOW THE SPORTING CROWD TO-MORROW—THERE IS ONE PLACE TO 60! :/■: -■?:■ r7AV"-'..?f
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November 20,1628,
(Ulte Mbparn,
(Member of Pacific Inler-Colleglate Press Asoociatlon).
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Unlveralty of Britiah Columbia, West Point Orey.
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istir KjBnlnmont, Margaret Lyle, Bt. John Madeley, W. A. Madeley, Mamie
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OlSINTEflRATION OR INTEflMTION P
Fraternities are officially recognised at the University of
British Columbia as active student organisations. They are
governed by an Inter- Fraternity Council composed of representatives of each of the fraternities and a member of the faculty.
This member ls appointed by the president of the University, to
represent the rights of the governing body of the institution,
No doubt the presence of this faculty member makes for better
understanding and co-operation between fraternities and the
governing body of the University.
Why should not rights, interests, understanding, and cooperation be encouraged throughout the whole University? In
other words, why not extend representation on the Inter-Fraternity Council to undergraduate non-fraternity members?
Both the Inter-Fraternity Council and Students' Council
have at times apparently overlooked the interests and rights of
Don-fraternity members, although this was probably done quite
unintentionally.
Last term the Inter-Fraternity council passed a motion refusing to recognize any fraternity formed on the campus prior
to a period of one years probation, and this motion was author*
iaed by Students' Council.
The action may have been in the best interests of the University, but obviously it Involved the interests of non-fraternity
students. It mean that fraternities have a decided advantage
over members of non-established fraternities. Naturally, if a
student decides to Join a fraternity, he will prefer one that is
recognized; prestige more than ever will play its part.
We would suggest that fraternities and sororities be Judged
according to their aotions rather than according to their age.
We also suggest that a non-fraternity undergraduate member be
appointed to represent non-fraternity interests and opinions in
the formation of any rules affecting that body.
We do not advocate the abolishment of fraternities. We do
advocate, however, that since the University recognizes fraternities, it should be willing to grant fraternity privileges to all.
If fraternities (and sororities) would be willing to co-operate
With the rest of the Unlveralty to the extent suggested and invite
non-fraternity undergraduate representation on the Inter-Fraternity Council, the result would be an understanding and cooperation well-worth the cost.
M.D.
Class and Club Notes
LA CANADIENNE
An Interesting meeting of La Canadlenne took place on Tuesday
afternoon, November 13, at the homo
of Miss Tipping.
A short comedy entitled "Un Mort
Qui Ressusclte" was presented by the
following members: Grace Ryall, Barbara Lang, Muriel Bowes, H. Bischoff,
El. Kelly and F. Fisher. Later Frank
Rouvler gave several violin selections.
The remainder of the afternoon was
eujoyably spent In conversation, muslo
and charades.
CHMSTRT SOCIETY
Two papers will be glveu at a closed
meeting of the Chemistry Society to
be held on Wednesday, November 21,
at R p.m., at the residence of Mr. Dick
Fleming, 4Gll-i:uh Avenue West. Mr.
Burt Carpenter will tell about the use
and manufacture of chemical fertilisers, and Mr. Rrlc Todd will apeak of
the manufacture ot cement.
INTEKHATHHUU. CLUB
Tht Csecho-Slovaklan consul, H, B.
Raymor will address the International
Club at Its next meeting, Wednesday
evening, at the home of Miss Bollert,
1186 10th Avenue West. The subject
of the address will be the countries
of Southern Kurope. Members are
asked to be prepared to take part in
the discussion which follows.
UNDERGIUOUATE NURSES
The annual tea of the Undergraduate Nurses' Society of the University
will be held at the home ot Miss
Kdith Tlsdall, 3809 Osier Avenue, on
Saturday, November 84, from four till
six o'clock.
Take No. 7 car, get off at Balfour
Avenue, walk four blocks.
DENTIST
Dr. W. E. Alexander
Dr. W. B. Alexander wishes to
announce that he will be available
to the Students of the U.B.C. for
dental work at his evening office
at the corner of Tenth Avenue and
Sasamat, above the Vancouver
Drug Store. This should prove of
great convenience to the students.
Dr. Alexander will be at his offloe
late afternoons and evenings. He
also wishes to say thst his work is
guaranteed and that he is prepared
to offer very speolal rates to Uni*
varsity students. Remember I Juat
at the end of the bus line.
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First Year Students and all others
who have not yet had their medical
examination should report to 806 Auditorium Building at once.
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A purge containing about eight dot*
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Finder please return to the Book-store
er Muriel Uehsll, Nursing '88.
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"MU8IQ HATH 0HARM8
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In accordance with a previous experiment, the Musical Society is this year sponsoring a series of recitals to be given at
the university by various well-known artists of the ctiy. It is
the aim of the Society to introduce on the campus a cultural
element which at the present time is fostered by only a few
students, and to encourage the further appreciation of a branch
of art with which the majority of students are only superficially
acquainted,
Obviously, the Society cannot carry out the plans unless
it receives adequate support from the university. We would ask
therefore that sufficient appreciation be extended to the visiting
artists to repay ln some measure the courtesy which they have
displayed in giving these performances. In so doing, they are
providing an opportunity for cultural enjoyment which, it is
hoped, will not be overlooked by the members of the faculty and
of the student body.
M.G.
Scribes and Keepers
Elected by Tlioth
Officers for the session were elected
by the Scribes ot Thoth in council on
Friday. The elections were: Grand
Scribe, R. A. Pllkington; Second
Scribe, N. Abramson; Scribe ot the
Papyrus M. F. McGregor; Keeper of
the Baksheesh, H. Koshevoy.
The expense account tor the Homecoming Ballet, amounting to 844, war
passed. It was decided to spend tho
profit accruing from the Pantages performance of the Ballet on a banquet
Scribes V. Rendell, H. A. Pllkington
and H. Koshevoy were appointed to
arrange for the banquet.
Kleven new members were elected
and will undergo their Initiation In the
near future. They are: J. Davidson,
J. Lltch, A. Campbell, I). Campbell, O.
Meredith, R. Hasse, B. Kelly, W. Kenneth, A. McCulloch, G. Weld, W. Heu-
neger and Mtss M, McKay.
In recognition of her Invaluable aid
In making the costumes tor the Romans and Britons of the Ballet and In
arranging the music, Miss M. Pllkington was elected an Associate Scribe.
Canadian Rugby
(Continued from Page 1)
inviting the visitors to one of their
performances and that the management of the Strand Theatre has kindly consented to act as hosts sometime during their sojourn here. The
Alumni of the U. of A. resident ln
Vancouver will entertain the football
team at dinner nnd there will be a
Canadian Rugby banquet Saturday
evening If circumstances permit.
Enthusiasts on this coast are looking forward to seeing the much talked
of Freddy Hess in action. He Is considered to be the most promising
half-back In Canadian football and It
ts prophesied that he will eventually
surpasu the legendary pair, Batsono
and Leadly. Fleet of foot and a phenomenal kicker, he wtll take a lot of
stopping from Varsity, and Shields,
playing oppostte, wtll have his work
cut out for him.
A record attendance Is looked tor
and the down-town ticket sales are
already of huge proportions. All students desiring to attend Varsity's
flrst Inter-Collegtate football effort
are advised to obtain thetr tickets as
soon as possible, as a shortage of
seats ls anticipated.
Phone us for particalars
on renting a car to drive
yourself.
Special evening rates for
attending parties,
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Room: "Canteha Undo guy four*
bit for the game."
NEWSMAN TRAILS
CHINESE MENACE
The Blaok Thumbprint
Oscar 8crlbblewell stared as
If fascinated at the coldly Inscrutable face of the sinister
Oriental. Was there no mercy
behind those placid eyesT No
shadow of human emotion? He
shuddered as he remembered
all the ghastly Chinese tortures
described in "Penny Dreadfuls."
What was In store for hlmf
A magnificent embroidery was
drawn aside and four celestials
appeared bearing between them
something at Which the reporter
swayed and all but fainted.
"Not that," he choked, "Not
even you would be as Inhuman
as that I"
He backed slowly from the
frightful invention destined for
the mangling, rending and
crushing of human flesh,
The Chinese servants glanced
at their master, who nodded In*
differently. Then they approached the shuddering student
Desperately, he glared round
for an exit He felt like a rat,
trapped in its hole. But a rat's
death was quick, while this—I
His baok was now against a silk*
en tapestry and the foremost
torturer's arm was outstretched
to seise him. Suddenly he was
aware of a knob pressing into
the small of his back. The
drapery masked a door.
With a yell he struck a smashing blow on the Chinaman's
mouth and felt all a dentist's
satisfaction at the sound of
splintering ivory. The Oriental
fell against the instrument of
torture and he slid, a writhing
blood-stained wreck, to the carpet, while the room rang with
his agonised screams. Truly
the "Thousand Delights" was
efficient.
Aghast at their comrade's fate,
the other attendants drew back,
and Scrlbblewell, rending the
tapestry from the wall, turned
the doorknob behind It. The
door was not locked.
Next Instant he was dashing
down a narrow, whitewashed
corridor, pursued by the enragwl
Chang Suey. A revolver shot
rang out and part of the reporter's loft ear went hastening
before him. .Frantically he zlg-
zaged as he ran, but he realized
that' he must act quickly.
To his left he saw a door
marked "Private." . Through It
he plunged, not pausing to see
If it was locked, and behind him
he heard a furious ejaculation
from the usually calm Chang
Suey.
Then he gasped In horrified
surprise, for a sign on the wall
opposite the door read,
"Apache's Den." A tall angular
woman and a short, broad man
were performing the bewildering evolutions of an Apache
dance, and oil about were sinister figures In rooter's caps and
flowing ties, smoking und drinking at small tables.
Realizing that his entry was
unnoticed, the Reporter turned
to make good his escape. Alas!
In the shattered doorway stood
the Importurable Chang Suey, a
revolver In his hand. As
Scrlbblewell faced him he took
dellbt>raU> ulm and fired.
A lock of hair parted com puny
with the Ntudont's head, and Im
leaped beneath a table, at which
a beautiful woman sat alone.
Hho had glanced up at the sound
of the shot and now she rose,
"Chung Suey!" she ejaculated
In clear ringing tones, "So wh
ineol at last. And I, Margot,
Queen of the Apaches, ahull
have my revenge."
(To be continued.)
—M.A.P.
j Litany Coroner
REORET
My conscience
Torments
Met
At nights
I can't sleep.
In vlusses
My inlud
Won't concentrate.
It keeps shrieking,
"Why did you do It?"
1 know
Now
That I was all wrong,
Yet I can't
Put awuy those
Cursed thoughts.
Throughout my life
1 shall be doomed
To
Sverlastlng uneasiness,
'hy, Oh I Why
Did I put down
A "yes"
instead of a "no"
ln the S.C.M. Questionnaire.
Oanteha lend me four-bits?
Remarks at Random
The reason that the Devil Is now
smaller than the Indian ls that he has
shrunk on aocount of the excessive
heat where he lives.
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It is expected that the authorities
will prevent the breaths of the girl
basket-ball players coming in short
pants,
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The largest flag-pole in the world,
of which the present students can
claim that they have sot on the very
top. It Is expected that, someone will
attempt the flag-pole sitting championship of the world here.
• • . *
A deep plot has been discovered.
The Canadian Rugby team has been
found out. It plans to win by any
means possible, for we bear from reliable rumours that the members of
the B. C. team are going to take the
Alberta team to the Caf! Ostensibly
for the purpose of refreshment but
you know and we know the Caf!
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One of the Canadian Rugby stars
toys the games Wentworth tht
troublt.
How about four-bits?
Alleged Jokes
Caller: What a delightful breakfast
nook, and bow quaintly the wall papor
Is watermarked. Simply delicious!
Wife: Yes, this is where my husband eats his grapefruit.
—Ex.
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He: I wouldn't have cured about losing the tie, but there was some sentiment attached to It.
The Roomie: Huh?
"You see, I paid for it!"
—Ex.
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"Sorry to keep you waiting, old man,
but I've been setting a trap for my
wife."
"Oood heavens! What do you expect?"
"A mouse."
—Ex.
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"Charlie's  knocking  them dead  ln
Chicago, now."
"On the stage, eh?"
"No, he's a gangster."
—Ex.
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We call her Marigold because that's
what she's trying to do.
—Ex.
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Dldja ever hear about tho absent-
minded professor who nave a lecture
and forgot to open his mouth?
—Ex.
•     *     «
"Whore'd you get the  black eye?"
"Jumping."
'What!"
"Yes, Jumping at conclusions 'it-
bout the girl I dated last night."
—Ex.
—Ex.
• •      •
"Don't you Just adore lowering
clouds?"
"How should I know? I never lowered no clouds."
I
Correspondence
Feature Bdltor:
Sir:-
It has (ome to my attention that you
havo issued an unseemly, meaning-
loss parody of the Literary Supplement. To my mind suoh an outrage
should be attended to by the B.P.G.A.
This cruelty Is unprecedented ln the
annals of literary tradition. I wept
vigorously and my heart was wrung
like on electric bell whon I saw the
soul-urglnga mangled on your page.
You should not do suoh things for the
poor follows meant well.
Yours (with reservations)
O.L.
Editor's Note: We realise that they
meant well but we had to parody tho
out-pourings to show the readers what
they really meant.
Feature Editor.
Dear Sir:*
I write this letter to complain ot the
faot that there is no oourse in chess
at the Varsity. For all the time that
I devote to it I think three units
should be granted me.
R. Mc.
Editor's'Note: We must be stern
with loafers like you but come around
to the Pub. office and we'll discuss
units for Muck-writing.
Feature Editor.
Dear Sir:-
It is my opinion that tho Student
Council should wear, as welt as graduate gowns, wreathes of Laurel leaves.
They should have lectors to clear the
way. Freshmen could carry plush
cushions behind for the weary Arguers
and Freshettes could strew roses before them. Then we do right by our
Council.
M.D.
Editor's Note: We also suggest that
they be given "Cap and Bells."
Muck Editor.
Dear Sir:
I sincerely believe that the drinking-
fountain in the oentre ot the triangle
should give forth not only cold water
but hot. This convenience in tbe
water-spout would be a great boon on
cold days.
V.J.R.
Editor's Note: If we have hot water
ln bubbler the Cafe would be done out
of its soup business.
Mr. Muck:
Dear Sir:
I do think lt ls so nasty of you to
put my name in your horrid old paper and anyways I spell my name
Maybelle McOIIlIcuddy even though
my friend Elsie likes lt spelled the
other way and If you do It again I
won't read your silly old Muck Page
so thore.
Maybelle  McOIIlIcuddy
P.S. and Elsie says If you do it again
she'll speak to Mother about it and I
don't care to say anything more so
I will close now
Maybelle  McOIIlIcuddy
P.P.S.   Why  do  you  do  lt  auyhow,
you mean thing.
Maybelle  McOIIlIcuddy
Editor's Note: Dear Mabel,
If you didn't want your name In the
paper, why did you sign your letter.
P.S. Meet me at the Caf. at three and
we'll have crumpets and honey.
P.P.S.   why  do  you   do   it  anyhow,
Can you lend me half a dollar?
He has so much culture.
Yes, but Its all physical!
«   •   *
She: Do you go to college, mister?
He:  (proudly) Yes. Indeed. *
She: Well, would you mind thinking
up an name for my dog?
4 • •
Her father was a railroad man, so
she used a green lipstick.
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We nre told that you don't have to
go to Europe to marry abroad.    --Bx.
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Stuart Lauder says: "Yeah, college
Is fine,    It's a great life If you don't
waken,"
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Her— 'Ale you serious?"
Sb#—"No,  French."
•   •   •
Engineer—"What engines  shall we
use?"
Skipper   "Oh, Diesel do."
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THE   UBYSSEY
November 20,
Defeat Ex-Tech
By defeating Jto-Tech. 18*8, while
Ex-King George were losing to Rowing
Club, Varsityre First Intermediate
team tied with tge Bx-Ktngs tor
seoond   place   in   the   Intermediate
.ugh starting two men short,
ity began w|tli a rush and after
pressing for three minutes sent Gaul
S rough for the flrst try. The oonvert
lied. For the rest ot the period Varsity penned the Rx-Techs in their own
88-yard area but were unable to pierce
the defence. Five minutes before half*
time a fourteenth man arrived for the
V.B.O. team.
After the interval Varsity asserted
itself. One minute after the kick-off,
Cbappelle seised the ball and dashed
through halt the opposing team before
passing to Oaul who plunged over the
line, Oaul converted to add two more
points,
Varsity's next try came after about
ten minutes and was the result ot a
brilliant passing movement tn wbicb
all the three-quarters participated,
Wood finally placing the ball between
the posts. Akerley made no mistake
about the eonvert.
The Collegians continued to press
Snd' wore rewarded by a third try for
aul. it was not converted. A few
minutes from the end, the Ex-Techs.
•cored their single try, after a fumble
by the University full-back,
The University team was Nixon,
Garner, Pllkington, Burps, Brown,
Baker, Terry, Munn, Wood, Akerley,
Frost, Ohappclle, Gaul, Cleveland, BUI
Brown.
WOMEN HOOP STARS
LOSE TO RICHMOND
SOCCERITES DEFEATED
BY LEAGUE LEADERS
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Scoring their flrst goal for several
weeks, the lowly Varsity II. Soccer*
ties went down to defeat with colors
lying against the highly touted Hastings Athletic aggregation on Saturday
tar a score of 4*1, Althougb beaten,
the Blue and Oold squad have nothing
Id he ashamed of for they showed
greet improvement and fought the
league leaders to a standstill.
The Students started witjt a rush
Sd soon penned tbe Red Shirts in
eir Own penalty area. Tbe Varsity
forwards found difficulty in finding tho
iet. wade missed two wonderful opportunities and even tbe scintillating
btgland was an offender in this res-
bet The Hastings crew then broke
away aad found the net and though
ft was claimed the scorer was 'offside.
(fee Ref. was in a dase, and decided
against the Collegians.    Half Ume
Irrived with the lighting Students
ae goal to the worse.
' After the interval the East-Enders
pressed and Varsity experienced an
unfortunate twenty minutes. Their
foul was bombarded from every angle
}nd finally capitulated to a bullet-like
rive which gave the goalie no chance.
The enemy came back and Thair
obligingly deflected a loose ball Into
the net with the Konl-ksopor help-
leas, Undaunted, the College men ventured to the offennlve and for tha
re«t of the game worn all over tholr
lofty opponents, who, however, scored
again from a breakawuy. In the dying moments of the game England, at
last counted a dazzling goal for Varsity, their first point In seven weeks.
For the academic squad, England,
as usual, turned In a brilliant perform-
face. Cooke gave htm good support.
he wing halves were often at fault
in covering their wing men. Roberts
has a Job for life at right back after
his display Saturday, and has a good
partner in Smith.
Varsity—McGregor, Roberts, Smith,
Thalr, Miles, Yolland, King, England,
Wade, McKellar and Cooke.
Varsity went down to a 88*7 defeat
when the Senior "B" women met
Richmoud, on Saturday night, in the
Normal gym. Tbe game was remarkable for rough playing and In some
respects resembled a free fight rather
than a basketball game. The Richmond team had it all over the co-eds
in weight and reach and shooting ability. Although Varsity simply could uot
shoot, they played a very creditable
defensive game.
In the first quarter the play was
fairly even, Richmond leading 8-0. In
the second quarter Varsity started
out well, with Kay Kldd scoring a
penalty and Clara Mercer a basket.
At the end of the first half Richmond
had a lead of 8-8.
In tho third quarter, Varsity faded
away completely, and although they
called time three times could not seem
to stem the tide of the Richmond onrush. Kay Kldd scored the second
basket for the co-eds. Tho last quarter was much the same as the third,
with  Richmond  chalking  up  points
Salore. Kay Kldd again scored a
asket for "the Blue and Oold." The
whistle blew with Varsity vanquished
88-7.
Por Varsity, Kay Kldd starred and
Helen Magulre and Wllma Watson
proved efficient checks. The team:
Lois Tourtellotte, Kay Kidd (6), Clara
Mercer (8), Helen Magulre, Wllma
Watson, Ella Hardy, Muriel Crawford,
McGiil News
U.B.C. MMKNOU tMNUET
Forty former students of the University of British Columbia assembled at the Mount Royal Hotel last
night, at their annual reunion banquet. Professor and Mrs. W. W.
Ootorth acted as patrons. During the
evening William Argue was elected to
the position of "grand central tendency" of the reunion committee, succeeding Russell Palmer, the retiring "tendency."
This function, which has become
an annual feature of tbe activities ot
U. B. C. students at McOlll, was held
In conjunction with the Home-coming
week celebrations taking place
at the western institution over the
Thanksgiving week-end. Telegrams
conveying greetings and expressing
Interest were received from President
Kllnck and other officials of U. B. C.
A telegram signed by all present was
sent from tbe banquet-hall tothe western student body, conveying the best
wishes of the assembly.
Russ Palmer proved an efficient
toast-master, presiding over the following toast-list:
Alma Mater: proposed by W. Argue,
response by Ralph Ball.
The Ladles: proposed by A. Rllance,
response by Miss J. Leach.
Old McOlll: proposed by D. Davies,
response by Prof. Qoforth.
In the course of his remarks Prof-
Ooforth made mention ot the friendly
and happy relations which have always existed between McOlll and the
u.n.c.
The old Vurslty war-cry "Kitsilano"
wan rendored with much gusto duriiiK
the evening. It was decided not to
hold any further functions during this
session. A vote of thanks waa accorded the reunion committee consisting
ut D. Davies, R. Wright and Ralph
Ball for their efforts In arranging the
evening. The singing of tho National
Anthem concluded an enjoyable function.
Badminton Team Plays
Hill Club Champions
Varsity "A" team played the Hill
Club team Saturday night and managed to get throe games from that strong
team.
Solly and Sparks won one ot their
men's doubles while Miss Lyle and
Sparks won the other two games for
Varsity, Misses Eddy and Matheson,
although unable to win either of their
ladles' doubles matches, played well
and forced their opponents throughout the play,
Normal Held to Tie
By Varsity Team
Varsity Women's GraBS Hockey
team tied one all with Normal ln the
last league game of the season. Normal forwards played a swift and steady
game which kept the Varsity fullbacks busy. Jean Salter and Nellie
Melllsh in these positions co-operated
splondldly In clearing the shooting
circle. Only once, and this early ln
the flrst half, did Normal forwards
break through to score a goal. Immediately afterwards, however, Muriel
Harvie, wing forward, took the ball
down tho field In a sensational run,
to pass to Carol Sellars, inside forward who equalised Gladys Idlens,
the other wing, challenged the Normal
fullbacks many times but was checked
effectively. The other half, Angola
Van Vooght, supported the forwards
very well and played her best game of
the year.
In tho league games played this
year, Varsity has won one, tied two
and lost two. The detailed results
are:
Varsity lost to South Van., 1-0; Varsity lost to Britannia Annex, 3-0; Varsity won from Kitsilano, 2-0; Varsity
tied Britannia, 1-1; Varsity tied Normal, 1-1.
Angela Van Vooght and Muriel Harvie have been the outstanding players,
although all players have turned ln
good games, The goals have been
scored by Carol Sellars, Muriel Harvie and Gladys Idlens.
Tho game scheduled to-morrow afternoon agalnBt North Vancouver has
been cancelled in order that all students may attend the Varsity-Alberta
Canadian Rugby Game, There will be
no more games before Christmas.
CANADIAN  RUGBY NOTICE
Speolal street oars to Athletlo
Park Wednesday afternoon.
Parade of oare forms at 2
o'oloek behind Sclenoe building.
Disgusted Lady.  Does your mother
know you smoke?
nun*- » v»..0ww ,„„,, ,„ „„,..,.,, « ,,.,       Small    Boy:    Does    your    husband
eral education his dad  Is getting an j know  you  speak  to  strange  men  In
education in liberality, —Ex.' the street? —Ex.
While a college man ls getlng a lib-
TO STORY?
One of our prominent profossors has
reason to believe that not all the hard
luck comes to students. The other day
a tea at his home was rudely Interrupted by a fire breaking out. The
guests, among whom were several coeds, rushed about amid the smoke and
flame, one would like to say, except
from the fact that there wasn't any
frame. Anyway, the guests rushod
about, trying to save what they could
but the person who should be most
concerned was at first nowhere to be
found,
When Anally discovered he was sitting on a neighbor's doorstep In a
strangely resigned attitude, calmly
awaiting the arrival of the live or six
lire engines which had beon summoned. Sympathetic bystanders, seeing
their bewilderment at this unnatural
conduct, gave the explanation that
since he had been visited by burglars
some time ago he found there was not
enough left In tho house lo chuho hint
any anxiety If It did burn.
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and Collars extra.
Only One Address
Parisian Costumiers
841 HOWE ST.
Opposite Groivenor Hotel
Phone. Sey. 6499
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VAN BROS.
CiDERS
Ideal for Dances
and Parties
Prompt Delivery
Van Bros.
1956 Commercial Or.
 Phone High. 90
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round—make  this  yonr   Xmaa  \ •}
gift store for men— It will pay
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Turpin Bros,, Ltd.
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629 ORANVILLE ST. '
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Special ichool styles
and, prices  at  our
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The personal exchange of
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Live Forever.
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Studio
4)3 Granville Street
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Have You
A Double ?
To be more exact have you a Suit with the
double-breasted vest? It's the style that is meeting favor everywhere. We are showing them in
fine navy blue serges and Imported worsteds in
neat pin stripes and fancy weaves. Rare values
are now being offered at
$27.50
WILLIAM DICK
NEW CORPORATION LIMITED
Hastings, at Homer

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