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Volume VIII.
VANCOUVER, B. C, FEBRUARY 23rd, 1926
No. 30.
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Queer Customs at
U.B.C. Impress
Sa Debater
Deoldo Wo are More Eng Hah
Than Saskatchewan.
Conimenta on Tea Drinldnf
aad Smoking in Lectures.
Bvldmtiy the U. B, C. atmoiphere
OSareliei a ourioui effect on pereg-
rlnatora. The following article, which
appeared In the Saikatoon Sheaf, was
written by a member of the University of Saskatchewan's debating team,
which was here January 16th. By a
careful perusal of It the student body
may Judge for Itaolf whether or not
the impressions of thii foreigner are
thole of every casual observer.
Buildings
••Tha Unlveralty of B. C. haa re-
OStttly abeen moved to Ui new site at
Point Wey, a luburb of Vancouver.
Tftree permanent buildings of oon-
crata, itone, and till have been
egiatad there, together with a num-
ofr of leu pretentloui temporary con-
orate bulldlngi. The permanent
building! coniiit of a library, administration building, and a iclenoe building. The library building la their
pride, and rightly ao, but their other
onlldingi are not equal to ouri in appearance, plan or equipment. The
auditorium is in the administration
building, and seats 1,400 people. The
stage ii one of the best In Western
Canada, and ia fully equipped with
light! of various colon, curtains, etc.
The stage haa been equipped by tha
Mayers' Club, an organisation correa-
Ponding to our Dramatic Directorate.
rail club haa been very aucoeaaful
financially, and hai at the preient
time a reserve food of over 16,000,
WMoh they refuse to turn over to tha
itadinti' Council, aa they are lop-
poaad to do. The remit le that a bit-
tar dilpute w now raging between tha
two organisation!.
, Prat! at U. I. O.
Residences are not provided at tbe
University, and really are not necee-
aary, ainoe about 76 per cent, of the
students have their homes in the city
of Vancouver. The students have two
fraternities, each of which maintains
a "frat. House," in the city. We were
guests of the members of Pi Cappl Pi
one evening for dinner, and can testify to the ability of their cook to
make kidney pie. There are quite a
number of Chinese, Japanese and
Hindu students at the U. One of the
men who Is to meet the Imperial Debating team in March Is a Jap—said
to be the cleverest debater in the U.
Needless to say they are quite proud
of him.
Student Organisations
The atudent organisations are quite
similar to oura, the chief body being
the Students' Council, under which
the Literary and Scientific Dept. operates. This latter dept. controls,
through subsidiary organisations, the
athletic, dramatic, literary and debating activities of the students. The
principle of atudent self-government
has been adopted to a greater extent
than it exists here. The seniors are
responsible for discipline everywhere
on the campus—much to the chagrin
of tho freshmen and freshettes. This
year the Council having some difficulty In maintaining discipline, they
appointed an investigating committee
of ten members, names kept secret,
whose duty It was to report any misconduct on the part of other students,
to the Council. Tbe offender Is then
aummoned to appear before tbe Council (which sits as a court). This system baa worked fairly well, but the
editor of the Ubyssey (which is
issued twice weekly) is very much
opposed to the system, the result being that nearly every Issue contains
soma rathor cutting editorial, cartoon,
or article, on tho activities of the
"atool ptgeona."
Smoking In Laaturea
The athletic aad debating aotivl-
tiea have been carried on moatly with
coast institutions, such as the Universities of Washington, Oregon, California, Puget Sound and Victoria
Colleges. We Invited B. C. to join
the Debating League ot the three
prairie universities thla year, and it is
their intention to make that connection permanent.
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EVERYTHING SET FOR
TOMORROW'S BIG EVENT
Arts '20 Relay to be Run over the New Course.  Teams
and Laps Fixed.
Once again the day of the great race hai rolled around. The stage ia all
aet (or the annual Arta '80 Relay, which will be run oft tomorrow afternoon.
Thia event aeema to have atlrred up some degree of enthueiaam among the
students,—which is more than most of this year's activities seem to have
done.
Who will wlnT Ask us tomorrow night. There will be eight teams
running,—the four Arts classes, the first three years in Soienoe, and Agriculture having entered teams. Arts 29 are undoubtedly hot favorites. Competition hai been keen for places on this team, and exceptionally fast time
hai been made in the trials. If the Freshmen win they will have succeeded
in doing what no first year class has done aa yet—namely, win tho Arta 20
Relay Cup,   Pat Taylor la the Freshmen's big bet.
If training counts for anything, Arts 26 deserve to win. Siuoe tbe middle
of January those Seniors have been running, and then running some more,
so ahould be in the beat of condition. This team finished fourth last year,
but bid fair to better that position this time.    ,
Arts 27 are very much in the limelight, but do not seem as good aa in
previoua years. However, they promiie to make thlnga lively tor the rest.
Very little Is known of Arts 28'a
Aggies Provide
Fine_ Meeting
Varsity's inimitable entertainers,
the Aggies, staged an uproariously
funny pep meeting on Friday noon,
as preliminary to Saturday's Rugby
game with Vancouver Rep.
Long before the curtain rose on the
flrst item, some facetiously-constituted Arts men and others endeavored to produce a proper agrarian atmosphere by emitting frequent "baas,"
calculated to give the impression that
the real lamb, representing Arts and
Science, which was gently pulled
across the stage by a row of huskies,
had nothing to say of the base impersonation which had duped him into
believing himself among kinsmen.
The lamentable Indiscretion of Al-
phnso Spogont was next declaimed
by an Aggie trio who certainly looked
Seriously pained over the touching
ballad.
John Gilpin and all other broncho
busters of literary fame, had nothing
on Young Lochlnvar as characterized
by Newcombe.    He tore across tha
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chances. Thii team is not impressive individually, but hard training
can work wonders, Come and watch
Harold McWilliami run the last lap
anyway.
Look out for Science 27. By alternate coaling and shoving, Rex Brown
hai succeeded in getting his gang
mildly intereated. Their tlmea in the
trials might surprise aome of the wiia
ones, If they are given a half a
chance in the earlier laps, wa look
tor thia clan to be well up at the
finish. Of tha teams of Science 28
and 29, almost nothing li known. Per-
hapa one of theas claiaea will be the
dark hone.
While the movement! Of the Agglea
leem to have been kept very much la
the dark, they do not appear to have
such a team as In days of yore. However, Fred Newcombe haa promised
to do his darndest to finish in time
for tea.
Once again the executives of the
track club ask for your co-operation
In handling this race. Please don't
follow the runners In cars. Only one
who knows can tell what the whiff
of an automobile exhaust seems like
to a tired runner. So, once again,
please be considerate in thla respect.
Let's see every member of every
class ont there on the mall tomorrow
afternoon to support his team. These
men have trained hard to do their
bit.    Now you do yours.
Cars will leave the Construction
shacks tomorrow afternoon at 3:30
to place the men in their positions
for the race. The various teams are
requested to be ready on time. The
start will be made from the Aerial
Tramway, on Marine Drive, and the
race run over the course outlined in
a previous edition of the Ubyseey.
The finish will take place on the mall
In front of the Administration Building. There will be a report posted
on the campus of the standing of the
various classes at the end of the second and the fifth laps.
Students are again requested not
to follow the race In cars. Point
Orey and Provincial Police will be on
hand to see that this regulation is
carried out. There will also be a
member of faculty on each lap to aid
In this particular.
Varsity Debaters to
MeetY.M.CA. Team
The Varsity team will face one of
the most crucial debates of the season when they meet the Oyro Club
trio on Friday in the Y. M C. A.
building.
Messrs. E. Dunn, E. Morrison and
P, Murphy are preparing the affirmative case of the question. "Resolved
that the P. O. E. Railway should be
completed forthwith." If the Varsity
wins this debate, they will virtually
be winners of the Vancouver Debating League cup. If they loae, they
still have a fair chanoe for the championship, but their posit lion will be far
from assured.
Students of the University should
not miss the opportunity of hearing
the discussion of such a controversial
subject, and one of great interest to
citizens and future cltisens of British
Columbia.
A merican Football
The Ubyssey objects to the introduction of American football into the University of British Columbia on the following
grounds:
In the first place, the experience of other colleges goes to
prove that a "football season" necessarily develops: English
rugby—just as good a game as American football—and soccer,
played, of necessity, during this "season," would be sapped of
both players and supporters, and our high position in the province in both tbfse sports would be destroyed. And'there is no
guarantee that a similarly high record would be built up in
American football, aa compensation.
Furthermore, the present urge for inter-collegiate competition with the South can be satisfied by the basketball, rowing,
boxing and debating schedules now in action, together with
occasional games of English rugby, such as that with the Olym-
Eics last term. In fact, members of the English Rugby Club
ave been assured by sport officials at the University of Washington that, if desired, there is nothing to prevent the forming
of a rugby club there, and the establishment of competition
with U. B. C. in that sport.
Finally, we object to the introduction of American football,
because it would cause this University to compete in a game
around which has grown up many of the worst features of
American college life. Outstanding amongst these is a stress
of the physical and the temporary over the intellectual and the
permanent. Thus there is a tendency to exploit brawn, produce
mentally unequipped gladiators, and shower honor and reward
upon the successful coach rather than the successful professor.
The result, is a loss, both of all-around development and of the
temperate spirit of amateurism.
We draw from the considerations the conclusion that since
American football would have detrimental effects, it should not
be brought into U. B. C. until the U. S. Universities are willing
to aid in that reform of the game, which many already admit
necessary. And as these injurious results would affect the
whole University, we consider the argument that the game
should be allowed, if a section wish to play it, as palpably
ridiculous.
PARTICULARS ABOUT
TICKETS FOR PLAY
All purchasers of exchange tickets
are reminded that although seat coupons are assigned them in the order
these tickets are received at the
Players' Club Box Office, they are not
distributed until the morning of Monday, March 1st. If a self-addressed
envelope has been enclosed with the
exchange tickets, the seat coupons
will be mailed on that date to the
purchaser; If not, these will be held
at the box office until called for. Seats
are selling welt In advance. About
one-third of the number are priced at
seventy-five cents, so no student can
complain of the price. The fifty-cent
seats, though in the balcony, command an excelent view of the stage,
and the acoustics were found during
the Christmas plays to be perfect.
From 12-1 on Wednesday, Thursday and' Friday, 60c rush tickets will
be sold at the ticket office.
NOTICE
Bliss  Carman  will   apeak  on
Friday at 3 p.m., In Arts 100.
JUNIORS JAZZ AT
ANNUAL AFFAIR
Arts '27, the frolicsome Juniors,
held their class party on Thursday
at Willow Hall. The white and red
decorations, and the dangerously explosive balloons, were only equalled
by the caterlug and the novelties.
The dance itself was an achievement
and the executive wishes to extend
Its thanks to the patrons and patronesses, Miss Bollert, Dr. Boggs, and
Mr. and Mrs. Soward,
From the time the tenth traps began to warm up, until tbe end, there
was not a quiet moment in the evening, Dave Sturdy, the loquacious
president, worked, talked, and danced
overtime. His exhibition ot the terp-
slchorean twister, long antlolpated by
Arts '27 girls, was not forthcoming.
To compensate for this, an emergency
meeting of the executive hit upon the
Idea of punch. Never before has there
been such punch. Those who drank
thereof, seemed to vision themselves
already transported to tho Blyslan
fields, where, with some happy partner, they were dancing an endless
dance under bunches of gigantic
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VARSITY OUT
OF RACE FOR
COVETED CUP
McKochnio Cup Loot Fer Second
Season.   Vancouver Downs
U.B.C. IBS
Vancouver'!, representative fifteen
retained the MoKeohnle Cnp, tha ie-
nlor rugby championship trophy of
B. C, when they defeated Vanity on
Saturday afternoon at Brockton Point
by a acore of 18-6. It was a disappointed crowd of Vanity itudenti
who vacated the grand stand, hot all
were agreed that the opposing team
deserved their victory. They played
a splendid game throughout, but
were not pressed by the U.B.C, men
until late in the second half. The Collegians started off with fine vigor
after Peter Price's opening kick, but
slowed down when they felt the force
of their heavy opposition. The Repl,
kept their eye on every Vanity move
and held them in their Own territory
almost all the time during the first
half. There were only about half as
many students present as those who
witnessed the corresponding game in
previous years, but they made almost
as much noise under yell-leader Tommy Berto. The pep-band, predicted
last year to become a tradition, waa
not preient.
Owythar and Printer Star
Owyther, an ex-vanity man, now
playing forward for the Rep. team,
and Prenter, fullback, atarred throng trout the game. Owyther, who played
ao well for Varaity laat year, aiacisl
fully converted three of the four trial,
two of them from very difficult angles
—and Prenter excelled In hli position.
Had Varaity diaplayed the vim
throughout the game that they ahowed
at the beginning and end, there Would
have been little doubt of victory.
They were atopped aeveral tlmea,
however, within a few yard! of tha
line. They were unable to lift the
ball from the scrum any time la tha
flrst half, but in the laat they had a
few more chancea and provided soma
anxious moments—Price, Kelly and
Brock doing better work.
Vancouver Superior
Eaton made a speedy break at the
beginning but passed eratlcally, and,
as a result, Vancouver had the first
advantage. ' Hamar effected a neat
combination pass, and ran unchecked
to the ten-yard line, where he was
forced to touch back, but Vancouver
got away on a nice run. Pete Price
fearlessly tackled Leroy and the field
was clear for Varaity once more.
They carried the play to the five-
yard line now, but were unable to
score. Tike Abernethy'! good running and plays were noteworthy, but
the Reps, were ready for him eaoh
time. The Vancouver team's combined runs and passing bouts seemed
much superior, however, and after a
scrimmage near the ten-yard line,
Pete Marshall passed to Leroy who
rushed through to score a surprising
try. Owyther made the convert successfully. Immediately after, Vanity
came baok to the five-yard line again,
and the loud cheering of the supporters kept the men fighting with all
their might, but unfortunately, they
could not score.
100 for R.ps. at Half-time
Hamar of the Rep. team caught Ab-
ernethy's kick and rushed toward the
line, but was tackled, and from the
scrum Farmer rushed over on the
blind side. Owythar converted again
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S. F. F. TAG DAY
Next Friday haa been decided upon
as Tag Day for the International
Student Friendship fund. It is hoped
that U. B. C. will loyally support the
girls who are undertaking thia work.
The I S. F. fund la doing excellent
service. "It la building up an International understanding—an International sympathy and a great love between Individuals which no paper propaganda, no lies can t ver destroy.
It is one of the greatest preaenta-
fives of the next war—that we have."
Don't forget your quartan and
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THE   UBYSSEY
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(Member of Paciflo Intercollegiate Praia Aaaoolatlon).
Issued every Tuesday and Friday by the Student Publlcationa Board ot the
Unlveralty of Brltlah Columbia, Weat Point Grey.
Phone: Varaity 14S4
Mail Subscriptions rate: $8. per year.   Advertising rates on application.
Editorial Staff
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF—A. Earle Birney.
Senior Editors—Miaa Sadie Boyles and Miae Marion Smith
Asiooiate Editors—David Warden, Don Calvert, Miss Kathleen Baird and
Miss Florence Cassidy
Feature Editors—Eric Dunn, B. Morrison and G. Vincent.
Assistant Editors—Miss Dorothy Arkwrlght, Miaa Alice Weaver.
P. I. P. A. Editor—George Davidaon.
■ualness Staff
Bualneas Manager—Harold G. McWIUlams.
Advertising Manager—J. Stanley Allen.
Circulation Manager—Digby Leigh
Bdltore-for-the-laauet
Senior, Sadie Boyles; Associate, David Warden
Assistant, Alloa Weaver
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MUSIC AND CULTURE
The Musical Society have this year planned an ontertainment
whioh might well become one of our most valuable traditions, Under
the instruction oi! an experienced conductor, they are arranging for
an "Opera Night" at whioh parts of the better known musical
dramas will be presented in costume, and with the proper stage
effects. It is to be hoped that students will exert their latent critical
sense sufficiently to realize that, with the known talent in the Society,
such an evening can not help but prove both enjoyable and valuable
to them.
Music in other Canadian, and even Ameircan Universities, holds
a much higher place in the interests of the students that it does at
V. B, C. This is not due so much to deflcienoes in tbe Musical Society
itself—and certainly not at all during the past year—as to a plain
lgok of education in the average student regarding things musical.
By education we do not mean an acquisition of technical knowledge
or even of playing skill, but simply a recognition of the beauty and
the variety in the world of music, and an appreciation of the skill
and the art involved in its creation. There is scaroely to be found
on Arta student who did not see St. Joan, and who does not intend
seeing the Players Club's coming production, while there are hundreds who only know Moseivitseh as a Russian name and have not
the slightest urge to attend opera. Yet music is just as high and just
as universal an art, and just as easily appreciated; while amongst
those who are really serious in their search for a cultural knowledge,
an active interest in it is as necessary as in the drama.
We are sure that once the average student realizes the necessity
of musical experience, if ever he is to make a serious claim to education, a worthier patronage of musical events at this University will
result. As a step to attaining that end, we suggest, in the absence
of spontaneous attention, a cultivated interest in the work of the
Musical Society, and, particularly of the Opera which they are presenting on Friday night.
WANTED I CO-OPERATION
It seems to be the work of the editorial staff to be forever taking
exception to something, and so once again we wish to register a protest.   This time it is on a matter that concerns us very closely.
There has been the usual criticism of tho "Ubyssey" this year,
criticism, which to say the least, is thoughtless. The students have
not taken into consideration tho fact that this is our flrst attempt
8t issuing a twice-weekly paper, and that added to the problems In
fciat connection wo are having to edit the paper at the Point under
entirely new, and rather unsatisfactory conditions. What we need
then, is constructive, a id not destructive criticism, and co-operation.
We have asked for this before, with little result. Now we are forced
to take drastic action. From now on the following rules will be in
force r
All reporters and secretaries handing in copy must have it in the
hands of the editor by noon of the day following the event. And all
forecasts of events must be in the office by nine o'clock of tlio day
before the paper is issued, i.e. Monday and Thursday.
If these rules are not obeyed the offenders must take the consequences.   Any copy coming in later than this will not be printed.
"Read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest."
Fair Nurses Gave
Dance Last Week
The fair nurses of our noble Institution have caught the spirit of hilarity
which has possessed the Arts, Aggies,
and Science students during the past
month. Last Tuesday night a goodly
num> of the future Florence Nightingales tripped the light fantastic far
into the night at a dance which rumor pronounces to have been inter-
eating both for its beauty and what is
known as "pep." The scene of tha
party was the home of Miss Iaobel
Henderson, which was brilliantly
decorated with scarlet hearts, winged
ouplds, and many coloured streamers.
Those chaperoning were: Mrs. Ernest
Henderson and Miss W. Grey.
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Ave Atque Vale   j
Several weeks ago we had occasion
to commend the wit ot a certain professor who suggested that, In view of
the remarkable journalistic achievement of this paper, credits be allowed
to members of the editorial staff, We
regret to say, however, that we must
withdraw our oommendtalon; tor, on
analysis, we concluded that his wit
conatated in a moat deprecable quality, to wit, sarcasm and irony. Verb,
sap.
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Lest at tha '27 Clasa Party, a bar-
pin, silver, sat with rhlnestoneo.
Finder please return to Len Irwin.
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EXCHANGE
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University of Washington, Feb. 17th
(P. I. P.)-The University of Oregon
cinched first place in the northern
division of the coast basketball conference as the result of Washington's
20 to 21 victory over O. A. C. here
last. The win leaves the Husky
quintet In the running for third place.
University of Washington, Feb. 17th
(P. I. P.)—-A move to appoint a sopoh-
more vigilance committee to enforce
the observance of Freshman traditions, In place of the present Frosh
committee, was quelchee" when the
Senior Council decided to leave the
enforcement of Freshmen rules to
first ydir Students.
GRASS HOCKEY
Varsity grass hockey men lost to
the Uuinaby team at Brockton Point
on Saturday. The score was 82. The
college boys had a bit of hard luck In
the game. To begin with their goalkeeper did not turn up, having followed the crowd to the Rugby game,
and to cap the show Charlie Weinman, the star forward, got hit In the
face by the ball and had four teeth
loosened. He continued to play but
Burnaby had the edge all the way.
AMUSING EVENING
WITH LA FONTAINE
•aiaaiana
"An Evening with La Fontaine" aa
the membera of La Causerie designated their last meeting, proved, aa usual,
to be highly instructive and amusing
for all present. Bernloe Barton gave
a paper on the life of La Fontaine,
after which tour fable; were read by
Bertha Thompson, Alice Myers, Mary
Reid and Katie Usher, and were illustrated by a slowly unfolding manuscript on whioh were depicted the
various Incidents in the fables.
Annie Taylor and Muriel Roberts,
guests of the club, acted "La Clgale et
La Fourmi." The French aoconta
were excellent and the Interpretation
ot the parts all that could be desired.
The most amusing feature of the evening was a short play "Le Coq et le
Honard," given by Meaara. Blaok, Mo-
Intyre, MoKle and Heelaa, The gleeful crowing of Mr. Blaok oould only
have been aohteved after long practice and the actions of the other membera of tbe caat were very realistic of
the canine speoies.
Plana for the admission of new
members were brought forward and
It was decided, as in former years,
that only juniors and seniors would
bo eligible. A spelling match, in
which all members ot the club will
participate, was arranged for the next
meeting.
Miss Mildred Lynn made a charming hostess and an enjoyable evening
drew to a close after enlightened fortune tellers had prophesied bright
futures In store for all.
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Four Students
Killed in Rush
Four students ot the University
were trampled to death yesterday
afternoon In a crowd whioh fought
for tickets to the Spring Play.
A bystander reports that a member
of the Players' Club was aeen to enter the Arta building on bis way
from the cafeteria, counting over hla
few remaining tickets aa ho walked.
In answer to a queation put to him by
the bystander, he said loudly, "These
are my last tickets I" Instantly the
crowd which thronged tho hall, seised
with a panic that they might not be
able to secure admittance to this
sparking comedy, made a simultaneous rush for the Players' Club member, madly thrusting one another
aside, heedless of the fallen.
The member, due to hla quick retreat to the telephone booth, was able
to keep the mob at bay until the
tumult had died down. He thus escaped serious injury.
The dead were orushed beyond recognition, and were taken to the Funeral Parlors to be claimed. It ia
suggested that a subscription be taken up by the students to erect a monument to the alain, suitably inscribed
with "Pygmalion,—we died for thee!"
FOR WOMEN STUDENTS
A meeting of the Women's Undergraduate Society will be held
In Room 100, Arts building on
Wednesday, February 23rd, to
discuss the Women's Union
Building. This is for all women
atudenta ot all the four years.
Graduate students are also very
welcome.
Arts '27 Class Party
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grapes (the balloons). Once or twice
indeed, the ethereal orchestra, seated
on Us lofty dais In a grove with red
and white foliage, seemed to suffer
engine trouble; for it would come to
a pause. Then a noise like thunder
would arise, the distant thunder of
the gods who, chagrined, beheld the
mortals in their happy swaying
many colored procession. Tho mortals were asking tor more.
The refreshments, too, were more
than could be des'red. The chicken
sandwiches, coffee, cake and finally
the Ice cream, wero too much for the
most capacious appetites; and everyone Immediately wanted to dance
again. From then onwards everyone danced; Dr. Boggs in particular.
"Dear me, I am quite shocked at Dr.
Boggs." After the novelties, the orchestra continued to pour forth
strains ot unpremeditated art; and the
Juniors continued to trip the light
fantastic until Aurora appeared In the
Rust nnd put tho stars to flight, I.e.,
until the orchestra stopped. The Arts
'27 party Is now a matter of history.
RALPH SHAW INJURED
Hludenta will regret to hear that
llalph Shaw, star half-back on the
McKechnie Cup rugby team, received
a bad kick at the beginning of Saturday's game. Though continuing
gamely through the remainder of the
game, he Is now confined to his home
with an Internal hemorrhage of the
leg, and will probably not be able to
attend Varsity for a couple of weeks.
Debaters Impressed by
Customs at U, B, C.
(Continued from Page 1)
Their association with American
universities has not resulted in their
becoming "Americanised" to any
great extent, except in this particular—smoking during leeturea la rather
common. In moat .reapaeta, however,
they aeem to be more Ingllah than
wa are. One habit whioh aeoma quite
prevalent among both atudenta and
faculty, la that of having afternoon
tea. The weary manipulator! of
scientific apparatus retire regularly
to the cafeteria to consume tobacco
and tea, alternately, in the approved
English fashion. This custom, I am
told, is also quite prevalent throughout the city. Ths business men and
their staff have tea every afternoon.
Tea Heaven for Vanoouverltea
Practically every office haa a ate-
nog. who ia an expert at the art of
tea-brewing, and who la permitted to
show her abllltioa daily. If there la
uo tea in heaven the Vanoouverltea
will not be found there,
The faculty and atudenta seem to
asaociate together lu a aoclal way
much more than they do here, whioh
would aeem to be a great advantage.
Several membera ot the faculty who
have not yet given the circular emblem of alavery to a fair damaol, and
perhaps some who have and are therefore anxious to find some peaoeful
spot on earth, belong to the fraternities.
No B. A. C. Deoreea
For tbe encouragement of some of
our Christmas graduates I will give
here a bit of news that has leaked
out. At the U.B.C. no students received the B.A.C. (bounced at Christmas) degree this year. Whether thia
is a tribute to the ability of the atudenta, or the forbearance of the faculty, you may decide for youraelves.
Our welcome to the U.B.C. was
most hearty. They left nothing undone which would conduce to our
comfort and enjoyment while we
were their guests, and we bespeak
tor them an exceptionally cordial
welcome when they come to Saskatoon as our visitors.
The oitisens ot Vancouver are very
optimistic as to the city's future.
With the further development of trade
with the Orient they hope to build up
a city that will be the envy of Montreal and Toronto. It kindness and
hospitality have any effect, they will
likely be aucceaatuj."
Aggie Pep Meeting
(Continued from Page 1)
stage, stripped and swam the river
with his horBe under his arm and terrorised the very atmosphere with vll-
lianous glances from beneath his apa-
clous ten-gallon hat. Speechless with
rage (?) he saved his lady love from
clandestine marriage and rode off
with clinking spurs before an infuriated posse of relatives-in-law mounted
on steed6 a la broomstick. Though
space does not permit a proper enumeration of all those present In these
romantic nuptials, It may be stated
that the demure young bride maintained admirable composure under
the strain of having upwards of 600
eavesdropping students witness her
secret elopement,
Somewhat In. the nature of a surprise was the appearance of George
Meeklson, one of Varsity's greatest yell
kings of old Fairview days. He urged
the full support of the team by every
member of the student body and then
led In some good old Kltsllano, cat-
fishes and skyrockets.
Further exhortations for the support of the students In the approaching rugby game were made in a clev-
orly produced song rendered by a
jovial warbling trio.
More catflshos, etc., wore served up
a la mode by Meeklson and the gathering dispersed.
AGRICULTURE PARTY
Agriculture '28 and '29 held their
clasa party at Heather Hall on Wednesday, February 17th. The orchestra
and refreshments were splendid, and
everyone had a glorious time. The
patronesses were: Mrs. Clement and
Mrs, Lloyd.
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MOONS
By P.IP.
Chapter VII.
What waa that? Rodolph Speedy
gave nine raha of aheer relief aa be
dlacerned ahadowy forma of horsemen making their way down the trail
Ot Dead Man's Ouloh. "SavedI" aald
Canon in a tone of triumph, like
Brlff Clown diaooverlng the racial
origin of Cleopatra. Both tried to
penetrate the darkneaa to discover
what waa happening. Figures rose
from behind cover and cheered.
Sharp orders were issued. "Re-ln*
torcemente for the enemy 1'
The stars in the Baitern part of
the Western heavens were glowing
pale. Dawn wai at hand. A shrill
peep like a lonesome bus calling for
its paasengers reaounded through the
gorge. Thrice it wai repeated, and
upon the sound the flgnrei ot the at-
tickers rose and raoed toward the
cabin front four sides, The attack
had been launched.
"Cra«k**-Oraok--Craok.' Three of
the runners dropped and lay still.
The remainders continued the rush to
the cabin. "Crack—Crack,' two more
attackers fell but nothing could stop
the irresistible advance.
Old Man Carson threw away his
useless rifle and revolvers. Speedy
emptied his magasine and pagan piling boxes and tables againit the door.
He picked up an axe and turnd to the
window. "I do not value life," he aald,
"The U. B. 0. haa failed to regain the
MoKeohnle Cup.'
The cabin door resounded from the
blows of the attackers. Even it it
were wedged as tight ai the revolving portal ot tbe Library at 6 oclook,
it would aoon give way. One more
liinvte and their fate waa sealed aa
inevitably aa a Murphy deciding to
apeak on World Peace,
' •m'C^aald'cnoriran'OiiMW, "We'll
beat them yet. I've an underground
cellar. We can lift up the trap door,
go down and then place that bunk
over the entrance."
Rodolph Speedy danoed upon hli
toes like B. F's girl, but grew serious
ai he remembered his loglo leotures.
"But," he said a! a thought struck
him, "How can we cover tbe trap
door when we are in the cellar? I
Used bunk, before, but that was to
Cover exam papers. He smiled sardonically like a professor lecturing on
the novel to an English 2 Class.
"I never thought of that," said the
rancher in dismay. "We'll have to
trust to luck that providence assigns
to children, fools and sophomores."
Thud: one hinge of the door gave
way amid shouts from the attackers.
Carson and Speedy hurled the trap
door open, climbed through and closed It behind them.
The rancher struck a match and
lit a caudle. They were in a room
about half the size of A 206, and as
dingy as a Men's Common Room. On
a shelf were rows of bottles ot acid,
iron rust, and yeast. Along the sides
of the room were barrels full of a
thick, evil smelling liquid.
"Bilge!" said Speedy in disgust.
"Moonshine Whiskey," replied Caraon, proudly.    "Look over there."
At the end of the cellar was an
elaborate arrangement of cauldron
coeds and water-jackets, which would
even have moved the heart of a brutal
aclence man.
(To be continued)
To	
Now you say you do not love me
And really isn't that too bad?
You place another man above mo
Now you say you do not lovo me
The loves I lovo alone must love me
But to thelra your love you will not
add,
Now you say you do not love me
And  really,  Isn't   that  too  bad?
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A DANGEROUS ADMISSION
It Is with mixed feeling that
we regarded a sport (?) editorial in laat Frlday'a paper,
which urged Varaity atudenta to
ahow up at the McKechnie Cup
game because of the demoralising effect they would have on
the opposition. To quote the
words of the editorial. "Every
rooter present will be a thorn
In the side of the opposition.
We want to see plenty ot
thorns." While commending the
honesty of the appeal, one cannot help wishing that, aside
from the obvious immorality of
the proposal, it had not appeared in print. For, by giving expression to the underlying purpose of this rah-rah stuff, they
have placed a dangerous weapon
in the hands of the already large
minority who are absolutely opposed to organised rooting on
ethical grounda.
To	
I cannot write a poem
About your hair and bright blue eyea
Although my lovo Is boundless
I cannot write a poem
About your bright blue eyes
I love you with a passion.
That passes all surmise
But I cannot write a poem
About your hair and eyes,
If I could write that poem,
I'd boldly write it down,
But I cannot prise
Your bright blue eyea
Because your eyea are brown.
Jn fHrmnrtam
OUR LAST TRADITION
ARTS '20 RELAY
Obiit Feb. 24th, 1926.
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Funeral ritoa will be conducted
by the Slayer*, the Track
Club Executive.
A Shakespearian emendatlno that
throws much light on one of the
bard's best known plays, was made
on Saturday larit, by the newspaper
which chronicles the devastating adventures of Harbara (not Barbara
Orford). We have for years heen saying, "Caesar's wife should be abovo
suspicion," but the Sua announces
that this should be "Like Caeser's
Wife—All things to all men."
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THE DEBATER PROPOSES TO HIS
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Madame Dearest-
It gives mo great pleasure In rising
to support tho affirmative ot the resolution, Resolved that you ahould
love tne, allow mo to present in a few
words the arguments on my side,
First of all, such a step would be a
distinct advance In the direction of
World Peace. Secondly, unaccustomed as I am to public speaking, I feel It
my duty to call to your attention, that
If viewed In an Impartial, unbiased
and prejudiced frame of mind, you
cannot but admit that you will be but
grasping a great opportunity of improving civilization. Madame dearest, the choice lies before you, On
the one hand is folly, failure, and
futility, on the other hand there is
me.
Being confined to parliamentary
language I cannot express myself to
the full concerning my worthy opponents. However, I am bound to state
that they are arguing by a false inductive method when, from the assumption of your charms, which I on behalf
of the Affirmative admit to the full,
they erroneously conclude that they
are worthy of your consideration. 1
strenuously refute that dastardly Implication.
Aristotle, Tutankhamen, Baron
Munchausen, and Dr. Sedgewick, in
their monumental works are all arranged on my side to prove my arguments. Remember, I pray you, Brlff
Clown's remarks on the nationality of
Cleopatra. I challenge my esteemed
opponents to contradict these outstanding lights of Immortal genius.
In my rebuttal I will prove to you
that all arguments against the resolution are entirely extraneous to the
subject. I rest confident that your
decision will be in the affirmative. I
thank you.
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Beaten By Inch
The Varaity Canadian Rugby team
met their flrst defeat this season on
Saturday at the handa of the Meralo-
maa, by the acore of 12-0. The Mere*
lomaa deierved their victory aa they
Ol.t-kloked and out-ran the Cubs. How-
aver, Varsity was working under a
great handicap, as they lost their
quarterback. Jerry Matthews, when
he suffered a broken collarbone early
in the game; as no regular substitute quarter-bank was at hand, the
whole team waa disorganised and to
this a great part of tho Varaity loss
must be attributed. Hard luck, Jerry!
JtoArthur starred for the winners,
While Captain McNeil played his usual
brilliant game for Varsity.
The Cubs are now second In the
league; the final playoff, in which
Vanity takes part, will be held in
two Weeks. The two weaknesses of
the team—lack of an experienced
quarter, and lack of a well-organised
baokflold may be expected to disappear in the two weeks of earnest
practice to which the team has
pledged itself.   Come on, Cubs!
Team:—Moscrop, Rich, Duckerlng,
Foggo, Pearce, Da-'ls, Gordon, Leach,
MerCdlth, Van Elder, Ross, Mathews,
•McNeil, Chambers, Farrlsh, Lando,
Helmer, Cameron, Sutherland.
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SILENTMEMBERS
The Varsity Rowing Club is a hard
working enthusiastic collection of undergraduates. However, following
the traditions of the silent service
they do not advertise: so the public
1 ii not aware of their activities. The
orews have been taking to the water
two and three times a week since
the beginning of the term, and some
good  material  ia   being   developed.
The club will not send an eight
to Washington next month ai only
four of last year's crew are available
and an eight containing four new men
cannot be trained in two months.
' Arrangements are being made for
a regatta to he held on tbe V. R. 0.
fcourse on Saturday, March 20th.
There will be a race against a Vancouver eight and two racea agalnat
Vancouver foura, one of which will be
between tack weight crewa.
There will alio be a raoe between
the freahman crew aud another crew
ret to be picked. The regatta will be
followed by a tea-dance In the V. R. C.
Clubhouae.
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8o far the Women's Swimming Club
has afforded the public very little opportunity of observing the remark*
ablo progress of Its members since
the commencement of tho season.
Under the able coaching of Mr. Cox, a
high degree of proficiency has been
attained and aa a very fine exhibition
of awimmlng and diving la anticipated
at the lnter-class Meet, it Is to be
hoped a large number of students
will be on hand to support their respective teams.
The co-operation of the Men's
Swimming Club having been secured,
the class Meets have finally been arranged for 8 o'olock Thursday evening, at the Canadian Imperial. Any
member may enter for the diving and
8lunging contests.   The final ellmlna-
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Senior "B" Breaks
Even in Interior
Varaity Senior D quintette returned
Saturday night with one aoalp to their
credit. Their own nanny they had
to leave In Kelowna whore thoy took
(he short end of a 27-17 count,
The team left Vancouver Wednesday evening and reached Bummerland
the following morning. They embarked on the palatial liner "S.S, Stca-
mouBe (It's a stern wheeler). In Kelowna they were Immediately taken
under the wing of the Kelowna boys.
Thursday morning the boys had a
work-out in the Scout Hall. After
lunch, a brief rest was enjoyed by
all, following which the Kelowna entertainers took tho boys for a car
ride.
The game In Kelowna was fast and
clean from beginning to end. Gray
had the misfortune to fracture a bone
tn his foot early In the flrst half. The
half-time score was 20-0 In favor of
Kelowna. In the second half, the
Blue settled down to work but could
not reduce the lead set by the fast-
stepping Kelowna squad. After the
game Varaity were entertained at a
dance and banquet.
Friday afternoon the boyi embarked
for Pentioton, arriving about 7.30 p.m.
In thla game a faat pace waa set at
the beginning and maintained till the
last whistle. Thla game ended 27-28
in Varalty's favor. Varaity had a
powerful aquad of rooters at both
games, the rooters being about a
acore of Pentioton aoouta who played
the preliminary gamea in Kelowna.
After the contest a danoe and supper was held in the Incola Hotel. It
was on thla evening that Meaara. Robinson, King aad Aune gave the natives a treat.
Saturday morning they boarded the
"rattlers" for the home Journey, thoroughly convinced that Okanagan hospitality is unbeatable.
e       e       e       e
During the past week two basketball gamea were played by Varaity
women. The flrat claah took place between Arts '26 and the Freshettes.
There was plenty of good playing on
both aides, but the Seniors acquired
24 polnta to the othera' 12. Then on
Saturday the 8enlor A team engagod
with Vancouver "V," to whom they
loat by one baaket—18-16. However,
their record haa been fairly clean all
aeaaon, ao an occaalonal change of
diet la permissible.
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BADMINTON CLUB
WINS SOME GAMES
The B. C. championships concluded
on Saturday, and the Varaity entrioa,
kept up to last year's standard by
taking five flrst prises and one aecond.
Miss V. Millener, with Miss George,
of the 7th Battallion Clubs, retained
the Ladles' Open'Doubles championship of B. C. Alleen Hopkins won the
open alnglea for girls under eighteen,
and also, with plus 8, won the handicap singles. GUI Carpenter, plus 6,
won the men's handicap singles, and
wtth Joan Creer, also took the mixed
doubles handicap,    Helen  Matheson,
Slaying with Mr. Stllwell of the West
Ind Club, was runner up In this
event.
Owing to McKechnie Cup Rugaby
engaging him elsewhere, Dick Davidson will play his final In tho under
20 men's alnglea on Wednesday,
againat Ken Creer, a atrong 7th Battallion player.
Oscar Marrlon and O. Woodman,
with minus 4, went to the aeml-nnals
In the men's handicap doubles. In the
handicap mixed doubles, Woodman
and Violet Millener, with minus 6,
lost in the third round by the close
margin of one point. In the open mixed
doubles, after two hard games, they
lost to Hill and Miss Johnson, who
afterwards extended Gorges and Mlsu
George, the champions, to three seta.
The other varsity entries made a
good showing, very tew going down
In the first round.
Membera are reminded that the
varsity will be run from Saturday to
Wednesday next week.
OUR DOPE!
1. Arts '22.
2. Science '27.
8. Arts '26.
4. Arts '27.
6. Agriculture.
6. Arts '28.
7. Science '20.
8. Soienoe '28.
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A. F. MEETING
Don't forget the general meet-
Ing of Men'i Athletlo to discuss
Amerloan  Football.
Auditorium,  Thursday
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Another large shipment to
hand of 20-inch bottom
pants for the young fellows.
The very latest novelty and
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patterns.
We alio carry a full assortment of corduroy and other
cloths. See our window
display. Quality and satisfaction at the lowest possible
prices.
$3.50, $3.75
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—Youths' Dept., lit Floor
David Spencer
LIMITBD
Rugby Game
(Continued from Page 1)
from a difficult angle. Varsity slowed
up now, although "Casey" Casselman
and Johnny McLean were, doing their
best to balance the score for their
college team. It remained at. 10-0,
however at half time.
Varsity came back In the second
half with new vim, but their tackling
on the whole was not nearly as good
as shown in the ex-King George
games. Prenter, Rep. fullback, got
the ball and passed to Lange, who
gave to Gordie McLean, who slid over
for another three points. Gwyther
missed this convert. Varsity began
to fight much harder and made some
fine runa, holding the red and whites
In their own ground and struggling at
the five-yard line. Howard Baton
scored Varsity's only try when, taking
a pass from Harold Kelly and dodging three or four Rep. men, he went
over behind the posts. Casselman
converted quite easily.
Vancouver got away again on another run with Farmer, Lange and
Boyd, the latter scoring another three
for his team, Owyther added the extra two and final points of the game,
making the score 18-6.
MISSING
A good many who try to play popular music on the piano are missing the
peppy swing. They haven't a good bass.
Their time is poor. A good many have
studied music for five or six years,
and when It comes to playing popular
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Our short-out system eliminates
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