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Volume X.
VANCOUVER. B. C, OCTOBER 18th, 1937
No. 6.
VARSTTY BREAKS EVEN IN
WEEK-END RUGBY
Sela^M Dewtst KJLOJ. t*i t Arts thm*weei by E»4Ca S7-0|
VifiHr tlfcfi Neeee^rr^byLe-aeTry
laeee, at full, we* taktag setae h*avy
tackles aad Batea on th* wing was
ffWgf M *m regularly. However,
the to-Klng* seemed to like tbe heavy
going end jbeforc the final whUtl* ths
Sh?
pi
The machblata aeain proved their
garth whan they $»wned the King
IMward Obi Bore, >C l^e flrat
WerCayftrtaNeithe fa*,***
iwaal^d^ahooUogj^Sa'w Sea
tatar^oveKd aid. theeab th* teams
ajerWat toy speed, fumbling;ind had
■** ' | wew Terr much, ja etideaee,
gee started ol irlth a bang aad
three mleutte ir-errlugtoa went
tae flrst try. Following the
atoy ooatlnuad la mld-A*ld.
tee bewtorket brlgad* pr*a*ed
^vajleMw,    S*WP    W    IgHflVae
na.   King
l&tSFthelr
wmageatmaass      TmtWT'i\
rd teemed to
otro iii
lwar4 aeamed to ta«i the slight ol
aad ter the test fltteea minutes,
j- torwarda paoklug better, forced
_ play to the Bd*nti*t*' *hln planter
Eaud SUOCMdad In dribbling across
their flrat and only try.   Mahon,
^ rw, mussed the convert.  . ,
Bert Berrett got the seat try follow.
1|| a thr**-quart*r raa aad dribble,
ileiatr iiUs**4 the conv*rt by an ia-
Ut'the sett eaoto, play waa about
even far a Steat deal of the time aad
mm Bert Tupper took a theraoatlc
Bate4tvo aad combination tall oa the
bell Farrington tailed to convert,
mektag the acore 8-8.
Bert Tapper, the Barrett boys, Sin-
' Forrester and farrlngton, were
the mathamatlotaas.
 ,..    osebrufb, Hori* and
shone tor the ieeera.
ARTS LOSS TO EX-K.G.
1% the *fjg*^ Jgg|J
aa _„ _.
something
tf-O, bat it doe* not ladleate *v*ry
thing, lioat ot the Arte taea were
new and thla wm th«ir Am game in
aeaior oompany, iremermor* they
were up against th* hawtost fighting
closest pecking erew, outaide ot
8cl*no». ia th* **riae,     u
Bx-Kings started off wtth a baas
aad after muoh shovtttg, pushing,
dribbling and passing, Murray Rowan
flung hla bulk across the line, Niblo
converting. This followed a brilliant
three-quarter movement in which Rick
Bright brought down Hec. Urquhart.
in a moat spectacular tackle.
In a brilliant dash through centre-
field Niblo went across for another 3
points for the Ex-Kings. Arts were
pressing hard now and after many
scrums followed by heavy tackling on
both sides forced the Ex-Xlngs to
touch down behind their own line. The
soore at halt time stood 14-0.
In the second half Arts pullmd off
several good defensive plays.    Mo-
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STUDENTS' PARLIAMENT
The political horiaon of tha Stud-
eats Parliament la extremely unsettled.
At the aeit meeting, on Wodneeday,
women membera of the body take
dtejr seat* for the first Ume, with
deflaite aad comprehen*ive ideas on
etedeat affair*.
The Bight Mob, Deal* Murphy haa
taken up tha rein* of leadership, that
were relinquished by Hon. A. White-
ley at the laat sitting. Thto new
Premier ia reedy to deliver a full program of hla party'* pollole* and aspirations, that will undoubtedly wta
th* confidence of many heretofore Independent members,
Meanwhile th* Reform Party, led
hy F. 0. PilkiBftOQ. member from
Pentioton la organlaiug hla shadow
cabinet to act aa ahoek troop* tor
tha lmmln*nt political drive.
A non-party resolution la agp*ct*d
to be placed before th* houa*, aaaMly
"Resolved that this House do go on
record aa approving a return to the
old fashioned Initiations of IPSO and
llll.''
All students, both men and women,
are invited to join the Literary Societies and take their seat* In the
Hous*. The Visitors Oallery li always
open for anyone Interested ln the
debates of the Parliament.
■^WjP bjWPP off *V*
Thaloeara
aeea aet be dlaeouragad,
aiaee hotter team* hare leat hear/ la
their flrat gam**. A Utile mote close
pecking anJ eheeuai, and a qatokir
follow-up oo the ball will produce a
aea tean. Mclnnls at full back,
ohardjroa, Bright aad Baton on th*
three iin«, Chapp*! at flve*tohta#,
Ingledew at aevea-eight, NobUrKrU
aad Roger Wilson ia th* scrum war*
outstanding. Bright haa a Seat tura
of speed, hla Uckflng b*lng on* ot tae
obiet point* of mt*r*st.
A The team* Uaad up aa follow*!
Selene*: Kelly. Tupper, BsteJtreek,
ausufason, roil, Barrett, 0. McN*lL
B, Barrett, Meson, Murray, Forester,
Sinclair, Phillip*, Farrlngton, Jones.
Art*: Mclnnls, Batea, Biehardaea,
Kolle, Bright, Chappell, Ingledew. Bull
Player, fanning, Roger Wilson, Noble
Fraser, Farris, Teeple.
VARSITY Srd HOLD BACK FROflH
Playing on a heavy field in e steady
downpour ot rain, the Varsity later*
mediate* trimmed the Froah hy ope
touch. Play waa fairly loos* throughout the fame, and a ereeay hall mad*
thlase   wore*.      The   gr**n-band*d
Sgraa&ftt^:.
forward line. Ia the aerom, the halt
waa continually heeled out by the
Intermediates.
During the first half, th* later*
filiates were pressed inside thetr
tw*nty-flve iwtkRikiae to touch sated
them. Once tar out on the wing,
Wolfe, the tricky half on the Frosh
brigade nearly scored after a pretty
run, but was brought down by a hard
tackle.
There waa no acore until the second
half, when Leek, the burly mainstay
of the Intermediate forwards plunged
across the Frosh line after a solo run.
Shields failed to convert from a
difficult angle.
There were numerous fumbles
throughout the game, showing that
there was much room for improvement. The game ended with the ball
nee-sawing across centre line.
The teams—Frosh: Ford, Wolfe,
Hume, F. Smith, Costerton, Wilson,
Cleveland, Oaul, Frattiuger, Ladner,
Rosslter, Leask, Somes, Kllpatrlck
and Nixon. Intermediate: McLuckle,
Wolfe-Morton, Gordon, Shields, Frost,
Akerly, Heaps, Baker, R. Brown,
Shlels, Baker, Pllkington, Pearson,
Leek and Galtskell.
tsaseaaemasasssEgsssssxssaBsm^sss^sz
Notice to Students
Any student feeling indisposed is
requested to call at the Department
of Nursing and Health, top floor
Selene* (Phyaics and Chemistry)
Building, and **e Dr. Hill or Miss
Oray.
This I* to enaur* that preventive
measur** ar* taken la Urn* If there
la a possibility of Its being the incipient, stage of a serious disorder.
R. W. Brock, Acting President.
■ejgeMai
Jit iUmortam
PATRICK TAYLOR
A pall of gloom descended open the
Unlv*r*ity when the students and
faoulty learned that Pat Taylor had
passed away. Hla Ulaaaa was so
short, his malady waa thought to he
so slight, that the newa ot hla death
waa shockingly unespeeted to bis
numberless meads and acquaintance*.
Few atudenta hare *r*r been either
so well known, or so Well regarded
and respected aa waa Pat Taylor. He
waa aa stlaieta yhe eaeeUss mata»o*t
*v*ry variety oi sport. Aa a runner,
ae a rugby player, aa a trackman, he
mad* hlmaelt a popular figure admlrad
for hi* dogged eadttranoe in contest,
and honored for hie honesty 'In game,
liked tor his humility In victory, aad
esteemed for hi* friendliness among
frienda.
DEBATES
A triangle debating league I* being
organlaed with Columbia College,
Vancouver Collcg*, aad the Freahmea
of thla University. For soma time it
ha* beta felt that th* Froahmen have
had llttl* opportunity to display their
foraaaio ability. How*v*r, th* pro*
posed league will afford them excellent debating practice, and In this
taateao* th* competition ahould b*
particularly keen, Th* two Ooilegee
make a apecial fcatur* of training
their atudenta In debet*, aad have
many notable public performances to
their credit. Since this year'* Freshman class seems very fortunate in
thetr debaters, wide Interest in the
i**gu* I* expected.
Players' Club Select
Many New Members
After receiving one hundred and
fifty application* for th* thirty-atx
vacancies for membership In the
Players Club the advisory board, composed of Professor F. 0. C. Wood,
Miss Josephine Battle, and Dr. F. C.
Walker, announced on Thursday the
list of successful candidates. Those
who were fortunate enough to be admitted to the club were, Misses Sylvia
Slovens, Ruby ICfford, Frances Madeley, Ktleen Griffin, Ann Ferguson,
Hester Thompson, Dorothy Mole,
Gthelwyn Dee, B. Qareche, Suzanne
Jackson, Betty Buckland, Jean Salter,
Erica Bridgman, E. Marshall-Wright,
Manetta Ballloy, Messrs. Gerald Lea,
St. John Madeley, B. Murray, William
Kennett, Eon Emery, Jaok A. Parker,
William Cameron, Alfred Evan*,
Charles Wentworth, Temple Keeling,
Laurence Meredith, C. Cole, Eric
North, D. McDonald, R. Todd, David
Wadllnger, William Plommer, Don
Palmer, Meredith MoFarlane, Archl*
Little, and John Billing*.
After the Hat had been published, a
meeting of the club was held at which
Mr. Wood outlined for the u*w member* th* rule* and custom* of th*
Player*.    Title*   of   th*   Christma*
Slays, which will be given in tha
diversity Auditorium on th* *v*-
nings of the 84, 26, and 28, of November, were announced. Thi* year play*
will be greatly recommended by their
variety. There Is a Fantaay, "Tha
Romano* of the Willow Plat*," a
comedy, "Mr. Sampson," a serious
play, "Th* Criminal," and a ThrllUr,
"The Dweller in th* Darke***."
Mr, Phil Blliott waa sleeted president of th* olub for th* coming
year, and Mia* Margar*t Craig, a*o-
retary-tr**sur*r,
•-«•»»	
TENMS CLUB
At a meeting of the Tennis Club
held on Wednesday noon last, a new
treasurer, Alan Stevenson, waa elected. In hopes that the membership
will be larger this year than it was
last, the fees have been reduced trom
14.00 to |2.00. Tbe tournament
draw was posted on Thursday.
DEBATERS PLAN
LARGEj>ROGRAM
A very comprehensive Intercollegiate debating program has been arranged for the coming forensic season. Near the end of November a
team representing this University
will go to Montana, white the University of Idaho will send a team here.
On January 16, two men will be sent
to ihe University of Manitoba, and
in accordance with the regulations
governing the Western Canada Debating League, a debating team from
the University of Saskatchewan will
Journey out here to tbe west. Toward
the end of January a team representing the Maritime provinces will leave
for a trans-Canada tour, so that they
will be arriving In Vancouver some
time In February- Whether or not
there will be a debate with Washington, la a* yet undecided.
There will be a dual women'* debate between thla Unlveralty and the
Colleg* of Puget Sound, but the time
haa not yet been decided.
Debate*, other than those that can
be classed a* inter-Collegiate are under the supervision of the Men'* Literary Sooiety.
In thia claas is Included the annual
debate between Viotorla College and
member* of the Frosh and Sophomore classes of this University, which
will taks place shortly before Christ-
VARSITY BIG FOUR HELD TO
7-ALL DRAW BY VANCOUVER
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eoTUSeere
Bmcrglng from e same which for a good part, had seamed a oertaia
victory, twelve of tha blue aad gold Big Fear Caaadlaa Rugby eatry. w#M
Into dry-dock at Athletio Park leat Saturday, held te a*v*n all draw ty f|a>
nearer. The gene waa latereetiag to fan* of both rally
rain having no merey aad practically submerging tie I
conditions, the match, aa expected, waa equally ae
rugbr aa has been aeea la Vancouver.
Of aeoeaaity, hath teasta largely roaortet] te kloklag. .
Hslmar's punts were straight aad tree, he broke ae reeeree
Thia being the oaae, Veralty'a powerful line waa hot able to
bluatfoos to tne Nat advantag* aad therefore lent ita sureagth i
tooting the beekfleld. With Few exeeptlona, Vancouver mad* j
eaoh ot Varsity's kicks than did tha latter oo the former's,  f
that Vancouver had superior taeklere or that their halfbacks ..
and more trioky, la hard to say but the feet ia that the anlvi
seldom got away wltti the ball, aad on several occaaioaa ei
Vanoouver wb«n palling It down.
The game opened with Varaity kicking off dowahill Vancouver waa
praaaad steadily back by tha onset
ot their opponent's lino, till within a
few minutes, tha city team wont down
on a safety—two pointe tor U. B. C.
Vanoouver retaliated by forcing the
atudenta back to flfteoa yarda where
they gave up the ball. Currle waa In*
lured oh the first down. Helmer took
bis place at quarter and Strelght HI.
led the vacancy. The teams moved
both ways but failed to soore. Curri*
returned ia the aeoond quarter aad
from then on th* ball waa ia the air
moat of the time. Vancouver gained
thirty yarda oa two kioka and pinned
Varaity where It tell, The latter
fumbled oa th* flrat down, gaining no
yarda and Vanoouver fell on tha ball.
The flrat down reaaltad In a kick to
deadltn*—on* point to Vancouver.
Varsity beaked up aad Duac. Todd
made a brilliant run ot twenty-five
yarda to be polled down five yarda
from Vancouver's line, Sighs and
cheers went np from the ohlookera.
Varaity atood firm and by an end run
and a aucoaaalon of paeeee got th*
ball on th* way when ■omabody'a
Angers slipped and Vancouver dropped on the pig-akin.
On Varsity7* flrat kick In th* aecond
(Oontiaeed on Irate 4)
WOMEN HOLD FIRST
MEETING OF YEAR
The flrat meeting of the W<
Undergraduate Sool*
aw       ,
the
•ty waa held
Auditorium, Friday noon. Mlas
Wilson, the secretary, r*adjha
dent, Miaa Hope laming, wai in tr*
chair, and after formally
the freahettea, ahe thanked
of the senior year for the -—-j-—-,
had given to flrat ym^ymesm'amn
their co-operation in noakifli
facta' tea a aeooeaa.   Miss _
outlined the policy of the Wesson*}
Undergrad.  fer the reer,  -^^^^ •■*•
plana tor "high Jinks/ to
the second term, and
the meeting.   Though hpr rai
were Intended primarily for the,
membera, MIkb Bollert urged all
women atudenta te reatember tl
while they are atUndieg the Uni.,
aity, they must look igpon thaaiMlvea p
that their conduct shoSd be soch*a! ;
to bring credit net only upon Uwai ."',
■elves, but upon the waoU sttwiaat
body.   One atudent can evoke arm*, «.i
lam of the entire University by mil-   <i«
conduct.
Mis Oeraldlne WhiUker, of Arte
'20, was elected vice-president of tbe,
Women's Uudergrad.
Interclass debates, and debates
with minor schools and colleges in
and around Vancouver should afford
ample opportunity for beginner* who
wlah to develop their platform ability.
Try-outs for the Inter-Collegiate debates were held last Monday. From
those trying out there will be selected a group to contest with pin holders
of last year for positions upon the
various teams.
NOTICE 1
Arts    Men's    Undergrad    Meeting,
Arts 100, Wednesday, 12.15 sharp.
First Soccer Team
Loses to Sapperton
Despite the adverse weather conditions on Saturday, Oct. 15th, Varsity'*
first soccer team put up a *pleudt*
fight against Sapperton at Sappartott
Park. The game waa played In a
down-pour of rain aad in a field ot
mud and water ao that good foot
ball became Imposalbl*.
The score ot 7--8, however, by Jse
means represented the play, for
Varsity was always in the pietire
and always daagerotta, It wee tie
superior finishing power of the •*>
perton forwards that Wen the game
for them.
From the klek-of Varsity etartes
with a mah aad within one mtaate
Duffell had aoored auaaber one tat
Varsity. Shortly after the eeatre*
off Varaity again beoame daawoea
and Al. Todd heeded ia the seeoal
goal on a pas* from Deffett gtvtag
Varaity a toad ot t-e otter two
minute* of play-
Varsity settled down to try to a*a*Ja>
taln their toad and were aueoaeeta)
until about ie minutes tieer the start
when O'Brten of Saaaertoa Stopped
a long shot over Aatoeofi'* aea) te
reduce Veralty'a lead. Shortly alter*
wards, Jaok Wood scored the eoje>
tsar oa a paea trom Jim Weed, tot
before half-time flappertoa took the
lead oa a goal aeered by Jim Weed
directly trom a oora*r, leavtag the
score 3-3 in favor of Sapperton at
half time.
The seeoad belt opened wtth end to
end play with both team* worktaa
hard. But attar twenty mlaatee hai
elapsed Jack Wood put Sappertoo
two ahead. Instead of being disheartened Varaity took the offenalv* and
were rewarded when Al. Todd scored
a neat goal on a pass from Duffell
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Editorial Staff
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF—J*an Tolmie.
Benlor Bdltore—Franol* Pllkington and Oeorge Davidson
Aseo«toteMitoro-Margar*tOrant, M, OttftoUaoa and Doris Crompton
reetare Ddltor—R, Pllkington
Aattstaat Bdltor^-Phylll* Fmiaan and M. Daebrlaay
5Met Reporter-Bruce Oarrtok
iport stfftor-Veraard toward
fief.A. r	
Bditor--Mamto Moloney
»■
Bsaiiirtg ltaaager--Bev. Patrick,
CHroetattee Maaager-Allaa Uoyd-Jonee
Adverttatag Maaas^r—Balph Jen.ee
twfisest Aaalaunu-ftoger Odium, Alan Chandler and Ralph Brown
Bdltofe**fef*the'leaaia i
Better! 0. Davidson; Aaaeeiatei Margaret Orant; Asaiatant: PhyUla Freeman
Class and Cluh Notes
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P.I.P.A, PASSES
?e Press Conference—or at least the actual bualneae part of
orer. fh8 Ubyssey has had the privilege of «»terta]ntoff the
ley two days sad the experience has been both delightful
.table. Both in business and in pleasure we have met these
from ths Universities of ths south and that eontaet has
atlmttlatlnif—for us at least.   The exchange of ideas—not
oil tls technical seals of college publications, but in ths more
' aspects of atudent, activities—ought to be productive of freeh
st In tackling problema in the near future. ,   (    t
eannot expect thai the conference will effect a revolution in
, lie publications represented. One material advantage it
towever, was that ii brought forth for Inapectlon snd dis-
many of the problems Which make editors and business
ntut gray before their time.
,.. the more direct results of the conference it is too esrly yet
make definite statements. These wilt be disoussed in a later
Many subjects received attention—aa, for instance, the
of the powers exercised by the e4itor*4n-ohlef, the system of
IM of the various pnblloetiona, the use of a newa syndicate.
.ery for whioh waits only to be put Into operation.,
_ie convention dearly emphasised the value of the P. I. P. A.
a system for the exchange of college news, and the value of the
which this university gets through ths pspers themselves. Ia
the meeting decided that eseh college should make a eeleo-
8 news and release a dip sheet to the other members twice
Bash paper should also organise a competent staff to re-
sad edit the items thus gathered. All this shows that lMl'i
JP, A, eonferenoe if perfecting the existing efficient organisation.
One question which received attention and one whioh ought to
It ef interest to all Canadian students was the problem of the
ftfrBM.t4on of a Canadian University Press Association. In the event
of aSMB t union being formed ths Unlveralty of British Columbia
wfll he a etoering ground for news from bow aidea of the border.
It would mean that the slender ties which bind us to our own Uni-
vet-shies in the Bast would be greatly strengthened.
In saying farewell, therefore, to our guests we have sanguinary
hones for the future. We would like to feel, too, that this convention ass been as profitable and entertaining to them aa it haa to
us. Suttee it to say that at least we have now a much more vital
interest in co-operation in journalistic work snd a consequently
broader conception of the problems and ideala of the other papers
as a result of this personal meeting with the editors snd managers
of the P. I. P. A
NOISE IN THE CORRIDORS
Laat Friday at the semi-annual meeting of the Alma Mater
Society the speeches and reports made by members of the Students'
Counoil went unheard by quito a large portion of the audience. The
reason for this was not that the speakers had particularly low voices
but that the usually quiet hall of the Auditorium waa thronged by
a number of students who had forsaken their common rooms for the
Sleeauree of the foyer. Theae ardent conversationalists were neither
ltereeted enough in their Alma Mater to attend a meeting, nor
eonsiderate enough to let the meeting be carried on in peace. They
found the curtained doorways convenient and comfortable to rest
against while their chattering drowned the voices of the speakers.
when speaking from the etage it la not particularly easy at any
time to be heard at the baok of the Auditorium but with continual
laughing, talking, shuffling and even whistling it ia an absolute
impoeeibiUty.
Though this unneceaaary noise ia the chief cause of annoyance
it is not the only one. Most meetings held in the Auditorium' are of
sufficient importance to be announced in advance. In auch announcements it ia customary to state the time, and yet, for various
reasons, students will wander into the meeting every few minutes
during the first quarter of an hour or more. Though this unpunct-
uality In itself ia a breach of good manners the habit of getting
Up in tho middle of the meeting, slamming a seat and shuffling up
the alale ia an even greater one.
It ia far beyond oven tho fondest hopea of a speaker ever to
have a meeting at whioh there will be no interruptions or unnecessary noiaea, but thore ia certainly room for much improvement. We
suggest that aa atudenta enter the auditorium they should All up
the front portion of the building ao that late comer* need not go
half way down the aiale to procure a seat; that those who must
leave early ehould keep to the back rowa and above alt, that loiterers
should loiter in the oommon rooms and not in the Auditorium. In
the future there will be many more such meetings aa that held laat
week, and if, on auoh occasions, some students would have a little
consideration for others those asNomblios would prove mora pleasnnt
for all concerned.
CHEMISTRY SOCIETY
The flrst meeting was held In Boom
800 Science Building on Wednesday,
Ootober 12, at S p.m., with President
F. L. Munro In tbe chair.
The president outlined the Immediate business on hand, which Included
the election ot secretary-treasurer, and
vice-president. Mr. Gregg Thomson
and Mr. J. Legg were nominated for
th* former position. Elected—J. Legg.
Miaa France* Fowler waa unanimously
elected aa vice-president.
Dr. Clark then apoke on "Odor and
Constitution," a rather unique though
very significant subject Re explained
th* difl.oaIt.es In working on such a
subject by experiment, end proceeded
te ahow graphically that compound* of
almllar etrueturc frequently exhibit
aimilar odors, theae odors changing in
character by alight change ln the compound struoture.
A novel arrangement ot the speaker
waa a contest entitled, "The Nose
Known," Dr. Clark had prepared
tweaty-aeven oompounde, the odors of
which were to be determined, and
made note of by those present. Mr.
Stan Allen end Mr. Ouy Waddington
shared a box of chocolates aa first
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These are my laat worda, for I am
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Feature Bdltor, "Ubyssey,"
Bits—May I congratulate yon on the
•excellent   Initiation   scheme   whioh
Jour columns oontalned laat week,
reabmen would meke exoellent fate
for the upper yeara, partienlarly for
Sophomores, who are notoriously leer
aad indolent It la a far better plan
than crowding all the Initiation Into
one day—spread it over the whole
year. Think how useful it would be
to have your Freshman hold your
place In the bookstore line-up, or surrender his seat In tha boa or cafeteria.
How nice lt would be to be able to
exenso one's mistakes by saying: My
Freshman did the exercise.
In tact, why not have a sradaated
system of fagglngt One Senior weald
have two Juniors; eaoh Junior two
Sophs; eaoh Boph two Freshmen. This
would be no hardship, for when a Senior gave an order tt would be relayed
down the line until It reached one of
the eight Freshmen waiting to carry
lt ont; this would mean muoh leas
work, aa It oould be divided among
eight men.
Hoping that we ahall hear further
opinions In your oolumne, I remain,
Yours very truly,
BORED SENIOR.
Plain Mr. Cork
Mr. Cork, with his screamingly
funny editorials In the "Point Grey
Gasette" is certainly an aqulsitlon to
the "Muck-a-Muck" page. His latest
hit is as follows.
COLLEGE   SPIRIT—COLLEGE
BABBITRY
My friends who run "The Ubyssey."
University of British Columbia biweekly, appear to be unduly cut up
over a contention which I, in the good
company of Mr. James Buttorfleld, advanced to the effect that College Spirit
and College Babbitry are synonymous.
Why they have in their editorial columns ot the week so strenuously
denied this synonymity I don't know,
for I am fairly certain that the more
Intelligent spirits on the paper's
lengthy masthead know as well as anyone else who has prematurely attained
the wisdom of a ripe old age, that
College Spirit is mostly hot air, genial
blah, or whatever else you want to
call tt.
But be that as it may or may not
be; I asked the question "What is
College Spirit?" and from some forty
square Inches ot rather involved editorial matter I gleaned the reply that
"College Spirit Is the spirit ot cooperation, It Is what Is known as
Cltlsenshlp In a larger sphere and In
a still greater Patriotism."
Well, well, 1 knew all that before.
Any jog-trot Individual promenading
along Main Street without the advantage of a college education would
have told me precisely the same think
In the same words. Hut such a definition does not alter my opinion of
the matter om< lota, and that for the
simple reason that for a long time now
I have suspected that Cltlsenshlp and
Patriotism are on tho same high plane
as College Spirit.
—■Point Orey Oasette.
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ROC'T£RS; CLUB
The newly-elected executive ot tho
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Alex Mitchell of Arts '80, and the vice-
president, Jean Carlaw of Arts '29
Want to have an executive committee
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EWIINtUJUMNSTrrLrTE
The flrat meeting of the U. B. C.
atudenta' branch of tha Bngineering
Institute of Canada will be held on
Wednesday, Ootober 11, to room App.
Belanoe 100 at 1$ o'clock sharp. The
purpose of thla meeting ia to organise
the sooiety aad to acquaint the atudenta with the objeeta ot the association.
Mr. B. A. Wheatley, secretary of the
Professional Bnglneer*' Aasooiation ot
B, 0., and Mr. Voung, •ecretary of the
Vancouver Board of the 8. t. 0. will
address the meeting.
All Applied Science students are expected to attend, a special request
being made for those of the second
year.
SCIENCE '29
The flrst olass meeting was held in
Applied Science Building with a full
attendance. President Mark Gormley
waa In the chair. The purpose of the
meeting Waa to refill positions on the
executive, vacated by absent members,
and alao to discuss a Joint olass party
With Science '80. A combined party
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VARSITY SECONDS
LOSE T0_ST. PAUL
Varsity's second soccer team did
not fare as well last Saturday against
the St. Paul's team aa they did the
prevloua Saturday against the 8.O.B.
team, St. Paul finished on the long
end ot the score 7-1. Although fit Paula
displayed a auperlority during moat of
the game the- Varaity boys played a
atrong defensive game.
Varaity opened the scoring after a
free kick and a scrummage before
their opponents' goal. However, gt.
Paul came baok la a tew minutes
wtth an equaliser. They made the
acore 1—1 Juat before the whistle
blew for the flrat halt. Daring moat
of thia half tho teama waged a very
evea battle. A good deel ot neat
headwork aad effective klekisg waa
done by both teama.
In the aecond half Bt. Paul took a
commending toad by scoring five goala
In rapid aueoeaalon which rather die*
heartened the Varaity boy*. Despite
the sloppy ooadltloa of the field there
were flashes of brilliant play on both
teama.
First Soccer *Lose
(Contiaeed from Page t)
leaving tha scored 4*1. Varsity then
pressed hard for the equaliser but it
waa not forthcoming. Sapperton
broke away aad O'Brien put them
two up again thea Btoddart and Jack
Wood added number aix and aeveu.
Evan after theae reverses Varaity
worked hard but could score no more,
so the final whistle found Sapperton
on the long end of the 7-8 soore. The
game was very clean throughout
hardly a foul being given against
either team. In goal Anderson played
well despite the heavy score for all
the shots had him well beaten.
Wright was a tower of strength on
the full back line stopping rushes
time and again while hla long first-
time kicks were features. Don. Allan
also played a very steady game check*
ing well but not clearing ao well,
The half-baoks were rather weak
leaving too much work tor the fullbacks. Kmery played well enough but
waa inclined to leave hla man alone
while Manning waa Inclined to roam
too muoh and too far, giving much
support to the torwarda but none to
his defense. Bpilabury waa rather
weak, letting hla man beat him time
and again. On the whole the forwards
played well. Duffell played a very
steady and useful game. Berto
checked brilliantly but waa Inclined
to hold the ball too long. Mel. Gaudin
played well but waa not very effect*
ive. Al, Todd proved to be the moat
uaetul forward oa the field. At outside-left Waddington played very well
being the source of much trouble to
the defenae.
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3rd Soccer Draws
On Saturday afternoon the Varsity
Third Soccer Team swam, splashed,
and dived through a sea ot liquid and
extremely adhesive oose to a 0-0 no-
decision verdict against Burnaby
Juniors.
Mr. Mtsohoff, the Third Team'a
manager, states that the Juniors
played the best game ot their young
lives on Saturday, and ha Is extremely
well pleased with the performanoea
turned In. Only the greaainess ot the
ball and the general slopplnesa of the
field, which made combination aad
control absolutely impossible, pre*
vented Varaity trom scoring decisively.
The Varaity team waa aa perfeet oa
defenae aa on offense. Dawes, la goal,
pulled off some marvelloue eaves of
shots that were absolutely labelled
tor a goal. The team oomblaed splendidly, considering the condition of the
field. Wright, Keenlyalde and Baglead,
particularly, turned in stellar perform*
anoea In the attaching line, while
Mitchell and f ernlund partnered them
splendidly in the back-field,
GRASS HOCKEY
On Friday afternoon the girls' Grass
Hookey team held its flrat practice game at Britannia, against Britannia High School. In spite of Beth
Pollock7* well-played defense at the
goat, Britannia acored twloe In the
flrat half and again in the second,
making a final soore of 8*0. The Varsity team needs practice at passing
and teamwork. All players are urged
to turn out to the practices, Wednesday and Friday at 8.80 on the University oval, and Wednesday at
Trimble Park.
Big Four in Draw
(Continued from Page 1)
halt, their opponents were forced
baok to within five yarda ot
their line. A succession of fumbles
and blooked kicks on both sides
brought the teams to the centre
again when Currle broke through for
a clever gain of ten yards. When
Varsity next got the ball, Helmer
kicked to the ten yard line but Van*
couver punted twice in succession and
the ball dropped behind Varsity's
posts. Wentworth rescued It by two
yards and Helmer kicked) on the flrat
down. Vanoouver punted the bail
over the dead-line, making the soore
2-8. Dune. Todd had been hurt be*
fore the last score and had been replaced by Jimmie Mitchell. Gum*
mings now oame on in place of Went*
worth. On Varsity's next down Vlo.
Odium bucked the line and trampled
down a few of the city lads but did
not get very far.
In the last quarter with the aid of
a kick and an off-side penalty, the
students found themselves at the
twenty yard line. Helmer kicked and
Varsity followed up by falling on the
ball not two yards from Vancouver's
line. Odium went through for a
touch which was not converted. Dune,
Todd returned to the field, Vancouver seemed to buck up and continually made yards on the clever dodgings
and end runs of Gilmore, Anderson
and Bby. Varsity got ten yards on an
off-Hldo and Vancouver, on what
seemed to bo their fourth down, put
Anderson through for an easy touch,
which tied the scoro and climaxed the
game, the attempt, to convert failing.
Considering the weather, the crowd,
of which a large percentage was composed of students, was of an encouraging size. Win. Shivlock led tbe university supporters in an occasional
yell. "The boys played well," said
Coach Norm. Berley, one of Varsity's
Canadian Rugby trainer, "and If it
hadn't been for a misunderstanding
concerning Vancouver's number ot
downs ln the tying play, they would
have won the game."
Varsity's team was composed of
Watson, Smith, Currle, Helmer,
CatnoBzi, Hall, Odium, Jackson, Todd,
Anderson, Mitchell, Strelght, Parker,
Wentworth, Dlrom, Cummings,
Thompson, Duckerlng and Pearoe.
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Varsity's entry ln the Vanoouver
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will be aa atrong aa ever tf the form
of the men ln the early workofcta ia
any criterion. Barly morning pre©*
tloes here been oommonoed and the
players ere rapidly rounding late
shape. Borne ef laat year's oto guard
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promising aew meUriai ia to be aeea
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ot laat year's squad are out and are
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Bill Thomson and Ted McBwaa et
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Of the new men two at least are de*
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who atarred oa the Varaity team
whioh won the Weateii Canadiaa
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new man with senior experience. He
comae from the crack New Westminster Y team, runnera-up to the
champions laat year, He Is en exceptionally good forward and should
help Varsity's chances thla season.
Hugh Orant, who waa Varsity's big
point getter laat season, U recovering
from a minor operation aad should
be out for the team shortly.
The executive ot the club are ex*
preaalng their optimism in no un*
certain term* aa regard* the senior
team this year and are quite confident that they have lined up one of
the strongest teams whioh has ever
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