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Published Twice Weekly by the   Publications Board of the University of British Columbia
Vol. XIV
VANCOUVER, B. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1937
No. 40
GOVERNORS   ABOLISH   U. B. C.   FRATERNITIES
UNEXPECTED
MOVE AT NIGHT
MEETING
The death blow of fraternities and sororities on this
campus wae struck at a special meeting of the University
Governors in the Administration Building last night. Typifying these organizations as
"malignant" and "per,lic«-
ous," the Board went on formal record as "Instructing
the faculty, the Joint Committee on Student Affaire and
the Students' Council to take
effective etepe prohibiting
any further initiation of students of thle University into
any Creek Letter or other
secret society  whatsoever."
Letters will be written to the
National Head Offices of every
fraternity and sorority requesting
the withdrawal ot all charters at
the University of British Columbia.
According to President Kllnck in
a special Ubyssey interview, no attempt will be made to dissolve the
groups as they now stand, but since
tbey will be allowed no new members, in tour or five years there will
be no such thing as a fraternity
remaining on the campus.
"White not wishing to condemn
fraternities too vigorously, we feel
that this move ls altogether ln accordance with the best interests of
the University as a whole," he
said. "Although they may be quite
suited to some American campi, it
must be realized now after a trial
of over 12 yearB that they are fundamentally incompatable with tho
financial, social and educational
responsibilities  of   this   Institution.
"We have received Incessant
complaints from members of the
faculty, parents, and even of students themselves with regard to tbe
conduct and actions of our fraternities. The scholastic average of
affiliated students is just under 10
per cent below that of non-fraternity men and women, and the average tor fraternity men is over 12
per cent under that of the whole
student body.
"Fraternities here have degenerated Into social clubs, whoso main
activity teems to be spending more
money than they can afford, and
devoting a great deal of time and
energy to pointless and petty fraternity  affairs."
Tho action of the Governors
comes as a complete surprise to
most students, as very few knew
that fraternity standing was in
danger or even being considered
by the authorities. The few rumors that have been circulating for
the past few weeks were treated
very skeptically by those usually
well informed about such matters.
Asked to comment on the unusual resolution, Jay Gould, A.M.S.
president, said that, although he
had had nothing to do with the
matter and although he himself
waa a fraternity man, he heartily
agreed with the action taken' and
that he hoped next year's Council
would enforce lt strictly. Oould
said that fraternities break tbe
general morale of the University,
and that their main use seems to
be the right they give fraternity
men to form exaggerated opinions
of themselves.
Shylock
QUITS
We Just saw it?
What?
Oh go on, guess!
Aw no!
Well... THE UNION
BUILDING! '
You didn't know there was ono,
did you? Well, there is. The only
thing wns, tho contractors got tho
wrong location, and for the past 12
months have been building like
mad near Point Atkinson, across
the gulf. It's really awfully nice,
though nobody knows anything
about it, not having seen it, even
Students' Council. Why every afternoon, when nobody is looking,
Council peep out their windows to
THIS  IS AWFUL
All Will Pass
States Buchie
Dean   Buchanan's  office  hours   for
students.
Monday 2 to 4.
Please come ln.
Flushed and fluttery, I began:
"I'm from the Ubyssey, and . . ."
Blank  stare.
"The   Ubyssey,  you   know."
"No, I don't know!"
Tbat started it, and soon I had
told the dean my plight—that a
stonyhearted editor had requested
that I get the low-down ou the
turn-down;   or—
"How many are going to be allowed to pass thia year?"
The Dean laughed, and we decided that tho Joke was on someone;   but he began:
"Tell them to print In capital
letters, 'ALL. WILL PASS THIS
YEAR'; and then in small letters,
'who make 50 per cent or the required   .0-60'."
UNION
BUILDING
BEING
BUILDING
FOREST SITE FOR
WORK ALREADY
UNDER WAY
Bee If there really hasn't been a
Union Building all the time, right
out there behind the parking lot!
And the funny part ot it is thore
is, really! Only not here! There!
At Point Atkinson, behind the
lighthouse.
It is a fine building, too — four
stories, finished ln striped sandstone, with chromium gutters and
a cobbled courtyard. Study rooms
aro equipped with a luxurious day-
bed, cushions, running water, telephone, desk, and complete refreshment set, I think they said it was.
The dining hall, done ln Insulox
trimmed with oakum, seats 300
students, only they have all gone
up to Whytecliff. The pavilion,
with seven-piece orchestra, will be
operated by University Governors
us a commercial venture, open
Wednesdays and Saturdays, no
cover charge, dancing 9 to 1. A
steam bath underlies the kitchen
of the building, which adjoins an
open beer-garden and Bavarian
waitresses with . marble • topped
tables, and an accordion. Thero
seems to have been some misconception on the part of the architect,
I think.
Transportation presonta something of a problem. The building
will be opened for next term, but
just how in hell students are going
to GET to tho university from the
North Shove is undecided. You
can't juat move a Union Building,
you know, so tho students will have
I to do the travelling. Jitneys will
leave each morning at 7, likely, to
allow for repairs on the ferry and
elsewhere  en   route.
Ot course, they could row across,
or sail, but the sea is always so
uncertain, as the Board of Governors remarked when apprised of
the existence of the Union Building.
Drop over and see it one Sunday.
Just about a mile before Olen-
eagles, turn left down to the shore.
There's no road, but the woods
are awfully pretty.    You'll like lt.
Work on the outgoing
Council's bugbear has at last
been commenced, with the
clearing of the forest area
west of the Auditorium. With
the co-operation of the B. C.
Department of Forestry, a
sylvan site for the new Union
Building is already in a state
of partial completion. When
finished, the new recreation
and study hall for the students will look out on a pleasing vista of Fraser River mud,
Pacifio Coast jungle, and Marine Drive.
CONTRACTS, COMFORTS
AND CONVBNIENCES
Bids are now In order for the
contract, and since the new Council
wishes to keep all monies as much
on the campus as possible, the estimates sent in by members of the
Faculty of Engineering will bo
glveu preference over all others.
Tho structure, when ready for oc-
cupany, will Include a basement
dancing • floor, and showers for
students. Parlor, study-room, and
bath will be tho new order as the
old order changes.
TIME   CLOCK  SYSTEM
The only difficulty will be the
eatabllahment of a time-clock aya-
tem, complete with carda and
timekeeper, ao that atudenta
akipplng lecturea will be unable
to enjoy tha fruits of their atolen
ieiaure with their frlenda. However, thla will be amply recompensed by the propoaed amplifier
ayatem to apread aweet mualo
over the  whole  campua.
radio'lectures *~"~
Another Innovation, as yet only
embryonic, ls the plan to install
radio sets In each study cubicle,
and to equip the professors and
instructors with lapel microphones,
so that their classes will only have
to tune in whllo resting ln the comfort of the lounge, to keep up to
date on the lecture notes. It ls
foared, however, that some members of the English department,
with capacities for deep and biting
sarcasm, will suffer visibly from
the lack of a pseudo-appreciative
audience, and may object strenuously to tho idea because of the
loss  In  box-office  attractions.
THIS IS TRUE!
Mr. Horn has the special
Victoria tickets for sale in
the A.M.S. Office now, now,
now, now!
SWIM CLUB
ARRANGES
GALA
ALL  WE   LIKE  SHEEP
HURRY UP PLEASE—IT'S TIME.
8-5 CIULL1WACK AT QUARTER
As a climax to tholr last performance this season, tho Players'
Club will celebrate Saturday night
with a party to bo held at the home
of Miss Sheila Wilson.
Lacrosse or a tug-o'-war havo
been   suggested,   but   tho   magnanimous Engineers aro willing
to   try   anything   (once).    They
announce that impartial Science
referees will officiate, they hope.
Assisting   the   hostess   and   the
convenor.   Miss   Anne   Carter,   will
be   members   of   tho   Club's   executive.     The   president.   Miss   Norah
Gibson, has chosen red moire taffeta,  her frock  featuring a swing
skirt.   Its only trimming ls a large
clip of  brilliants.
Aco sharpshooter of the Varsity
quintet was Ruth Wilson, who was
borrowed from the seniors for tho
evening, as only four intermediates
could mako the trip. Ruth was tops
with a mere 18 points to her credit.
Adrienne Collins was next in line
with five markers.
Miss A^ine Carter will wear a
wine velvet dress fashioned on
elizabethean lines, with full sleeves
and a stand-up collar at the square
neckline. Miss Hazel Merton's
choice ls wine crepe with white
trimmings of the same material.
The team ls as follows: Smith,
Colledge, Bird, McPhee, Wilson,
Lumsdon, Carey, Andrews, Harmer,
McCammon, C od thurst, Upward,
Magulre,   Pyle.
The affair will last from ono
o'clock until two, and Bob Thatcher's orchestra will provide the music.
Chilliwack had its day in the^first
quarter when they piled up an 8-5
lead. But, alas, their joy was short
lived. Not until tho closing minutes of the game did they again
score.
ON TO THE MORGUE
LETTER   TO   DE   EDITOR   FROM
PUNK  ON  DE  STAFF
MR.   RICHARD   LILLIAN   ELSON:
CAMPUS SPORTS  EDITOR,
U.B.C.—A.106.
DEAR   SLUR: —
In a brief, pointed dissertation, I
ahould like to commend your diplomatic, effective, efficient, superb,
in fact lousy method of handling
sports COPY, SPORTS STOOGES
AND  "SPOTS"   IN  GENERAL.
Realizing your uncstimable capabilities, journalistically at least, I
am wont to explain my uncalled-
for denunciation of your policy of
years 1936-37 to whit, to whoo,
anon and begad.
SCATHING REMARK NUMBER
UNIS: WHY THE HELL DON'T
you got wise to yourself ?—-do 'you
EXAMS UR HERE!
expect, or rather, ever expect to
graduate, with or without honors
from the University of British Columbia's Publications Board world-
renowned, famous and otherwise
hoard-nbout "LOAFER'S CLUB"—
IF YOU INSIST UPON ATTENDING EC. 4 ON PRESS DAYS?—
WHAT KIND OF A MOUSE ARE
YOU?
DIRTY DIG DEUX: Do you have
to walk in on Mondays, and Thursdays  period  .  .  .   WHY?—we'll  let
To the Members of the A.M.S.:
Sincerely,
GORDON GRAY.
To Members of the
Alma Mater Society:
Sincerely yours,
—ALEX CHARTERS.
To the Members of the M.U.S.:
I would like to thank those proposing and supporting me in this
election.
Sincerely,
DON HOGG.
DO YOU KNOW THAT ONE
OUT OF SEVEN . . . commenting
on the articles now running ln the
Blews Herald, Miss Blucas stated
that in her opinion, she—but that,
she hastened to add was a horse of
another color. ONE OUT OF
SEVEN, of every seven people you
meet, ONE . . . Gould, Brown, Vine,
McPheo, Logan, Witbeck, Carey
. . . WHICH ONE? they cry . . .
you   guess   ...
HURRY UP PLEASE—IT'S TIME.
you know if the paper ls o.k. comma just forget about assignments
and such things—have your snooze
— WE DON'T MIND SLAVING,
SWEATING,STRAINING, SWEARING, SHOUTING, — even shaving
to get the •?*••" paper out you
Va**!!%?? of a %*•»•% ELSON.
IF YOU WANT A TRANSLATION
—I'LL BE IN THE ATHLETE'S
LIBRARY.
Well, perhaps from just such an
an epistle of good fellowship, brotherly love, etc., you sort of gather
my kind, loving, and damn disgusted   opinion   of   one   HEL'SON.
Trusting you'll peruse this at an
early date. 9 remain your obedient
(?)  servant,
COILY   HAWPER.
FOLLOW THE
SEA GULLS
Checkered Career
Has It
(By Staff Correspondent)
VICTORIA, March 23.—Citizens
of this peaceful town are preparing themselves for an event that
will ln all probability rank with
the barbaric raids on Rome tor
sheer disturbing riotousness.
RANK   INTRUSION
From Vancouver, across the
water, has come the news that at
least 100, and likely moro, University of British Columbia students
will accompany tho collego basketball tcam hero to continue tho B.
C.   Championship  playoffs.
To Victoria citizens, steeped as
thoy are ln their old English quietness, such an Intrusion upon civic
privacy falls only slightly short ot
a catastrophe. Few forget the last
time U.B.C. students hit this town,
causing propery damage, trace of
which can still be seen about the
city by the energetic investigator,
it he has the energy.     ,
A Victoria legend haa It thst
after the first vsrslty Invsslon,
years ago, thsy moved the baar
parlors out Into , Esquimau.
Since then, there has bean a
constant argument aa to whsthar
thoy should ba brought back.
After, all, the unlveralty boys
only eome every othsr yesr or
so, ssy thirsty olty fqlk who
haven't taxi fare.
"Be that as it may," argus the
olty fathers, "ths saving Is worth
. It."
Every possible precaution ls being taken this year, with a squad
of 100 extra police In training at
tho present time. In a short address to tho recruits, the Mayor of
Victoria stressed tbat in the interests of civic progress, police duty
should be executed with little
morcy and no pulling ot punches.
JAIL8   ARE   READY
"We have released all common
vagrants now in our jails, and are
cleaning the cells in preparation for
the varsity crowd," stated the
Chief of Police when interviewed
by a local paper.
And so the Capital City awaits
its certain doom, finding happiness
only in the fact that the ruffians
will be around the streets for but
two days. By Easter Sunday morning thoae who are not ln Jail will
be on their way home, and the traditional Sunrise Service atop Mount
Tolmie will take on a new meaning, strangely unlike that for which
lt originated.
For Viotorla will be at peace
peace again. Sha will have returned to  the dead.
HURRY UP PLEASE— IT'S TIME.
Here <**<_
x jriex'e without
The Exchange Editor
HURRY UP PLEASE:—IT'S TIME.
THERE AND HERE
WITHOUT THE
EXCHANGE EDITOR
Blow the Lid Off
Lechery . . . Oh Lechery. So
sings the Student Prince. Prince
of all Lecheries, and Member of
the Arctic  Club.
Ho states blithely, over his seventh gin fizz, that politics and religion are a substitute, Nay, even
create the ideal state for lechery.
And his black eyes glitter as I
read him Ernest Dowson's poem,
"I have been faithful to thee, Cy
nara!  in my fashion."
This morning he is reading the
MonQrel Dally from Montreal and
viewing, with osculatory smackings, a half page photogravure of
Sadie-Was-Once- A Lady Scott, 22-
year-old principal in what our est-
ern friends term A.A.A. Vice probe.
And even it t do say it myself, she
looks damned cute.
But I like tbe picture on the
front page of a damsel on skis clad
in a bathing suit who "Ain't Cold."
Tho picture is entitled Short Road
to Hell—th, She Snowa all about
it and Sulta Herself. Independent,
eh!
Yes, Student (not so much)
Prince and I are enjoying this
paper plenty. Hey, come here!
Wherein'da are you going? Ob-b-b,
a blonde fan dancer on page four
says Hurry up, Joe! Mlgawd man,
your not Joe. "Well, I'll do till Joe
comes along."    C.P.R. PI—"
Yes, our little princeling has an
appreciation of things. He even
went so far as to say that I said
something about being lecherous.
Well, he won't scab on the docks,
war ls a pet discussion even if be
is In the C.O.T.C. and he doesn't
believe in co-education . . . sometimes . . . Maybe he is an expert.
No   Head
BURY ME ON DE LONE
—JOHN BRYNELSEN.
To the Members of the
Alma  Mater Society:
Yours,
D. O. LEWIS.
Yours sincerely,
—SYD WALKER.
The cast follows:
Rev. Patrick Bronte, Arthur Sager,
Bronte, Mary McLeod, Arts '40;
Arts '38; Charlotte Bronte, Audrey
Phillips, Arts '37; Emily Bronte,
Beth Gillanders, Arts '38; Anne
Miss Bramwell, Edith Spencer,
Arts '38; Tabitha, Adelia Thurber,
Arts '38; Branwell Bronte, Graham
Darling, Arts '39; The Rev. William
'38; Monsieur Constantin Heger,
Lester Sugarman, Arts '39; Mad-
peace Thackeray, Robert McCorm-
ick, 'Arts '38; Offlce Boy, Reginald
amee Hegor, Lorraine Johnston,
Arts '40; Mr. George Smith, Charles
Locke, Arts '38; Mr. W. S. Wil-
of" Men's Athletics. I have been an
active participant in athletics, and
liams, George Shiles, Comm. '38;
George Henry Lewes, Robert McDougall, Arts '39; William Make-
Wilson, Arts '39; Rev. Arthur Bell
Weightman, Donald Cameron, Arts
Nichols, Ludlow Beamish, Arts '37;
Miss Wooler, Lois Still, Arts '38.
To tho Members of the M.U.S.:  -
I feel that I am fitted to fill this
position after the extensive survey
I have conducted into all the phases
this, with my previous executive
experiences, should qualify me for
the position.
PAUL TRUSSEL.
By THE GROUCH
Destroyed by flames that practically razed the -Vancouver Sun last
Monday, the replacement Totem
for 1937 that has been rushed together after Iosb ot original printing plates, covers and paper, promises to be a skillful recovery from
disaster.
All senior and junior pictures
wero lost. In substitution, 45 full
page art studies, brought in plain
wrapper from Los Angeles, will be
run. These beautiful studies of the
female form, in action and repose,
are designed to be a joy and education in themselves, and wtll set a
new precedent ln Totem content.
Replacing the enlarged Sport
section which was melted during
the fire, a series ot illustrated articles on "How to Play and Win
at Perchesi" will be featured. Since
this was a little brief, it will be
supplemented by valuable stories,
with pictures, on Dart Throwing
aud  Amateur Wrestling.
Pictures of Student Council and
of Faculty, originally to have run
in the Totem, will be represented
by original baby pictures gathered
at short notice from their homes.
These will not always be recognizable, but captions will explain fully
their present status.
Other features requisitioned for
service since the burning of original copy aro short articles on Millinery ln the Home, Reproductive
Methods ot the Collosplra, and
Mushroom-growing.
Instead of heavy white paper as
ordered, the Totem will print perforce on colored newsprint with a
decorated border. Covors wlU be
of stamped Angora leather, tooled
.perforated and laced with gilt
thread. The covers are from an
edition of Audubon's "Birds of
America," removed when it fell
down the elevator shaft in the Library.
Totem will appear at the end of
next week.
HURRY UP PLEASE—IT'S TIME. ^    *    _^    *
A-1 Y'^.^«>rvip%
THE      UBYSSEY
■i    t.YV*'
n r
BYSSEY
WE REPEAT
Jiavo done wron*?, we admit that now.   All year we
,, n and we have not told.   Whispers in corners and
lent saying, "Keep It oft the record," so we kept
.uvir thinking what we were doing.   Forgetting that
■'y lay in protecting the students from these dreadful
.'U'es.
Onr conscience smote us ln the fateful early morning
> ;rs and we decided to reveal everything we know.    Yes,
> •.■: rytliing!
It ia all over the campus, ln the library, labs, council
room, caf and pub. Young freshettes, pure and Innocent as
tlio morning dew arrive on the campus every September and
are corrupted in the flrst few days. Even the V.C.U. ls not
free.
Narcotics have got everybody. Now we clarion the call,
"Narcotics must go!" The freshettes,must be returned to
their mothers as pure and sweet as they flrbt arrived.
How did this dreadful state of affairs come about? How
do you think? Graft ls the answer. It is the answer to
everything. How does council manage to get turkey sandwiches every Monday night? How does Mr. Underhiil get
in the Caf?   Why are the librarians ln the library?
BECAUSE OF NARCOTICS!
You are Implicated, we are implicated, everybody is
implicated.    But still Narcotics must go.
A new day is dawning, a day when all are equal, sanitary and healthy. Friends, let us band together and fervently ban evil from our Alma Mater.
Yes, without doubt, Narcotics must go.
LIFE IS REAL—ORIGINAL IDEA No. 1
What is this life -that we who live must suffer. The
cry is adamant and ubltlquous. But we must not be desolate.
Prosperity is just around the corner, and in the words of
the immoral bard, and besides that there ls spring. Exams
are but a passing fancy, to be taken lightly or altogether
Ignored as but a bump on the indenlable destiny of all who
are so persevering. Undoubtedly, dear reader, you will some
day c6me to realize the great advantages of love and a
woman's care.  Till then We will leave you.
Unless you can make them really funny you don't need
to save money.
Now we honestly feel re-born, a new personality is surging forth. So we retract the good-bye of two paragraphs
back. Besides we forgot to mention pattering feet. There
ls nothing like them to keep up the school attendance. Your
Alma Mater depends on them. Good ole Alma Mater, she
needs your support if she ls to go on down through the
years with glory on her hoary head. Some day the forest
Is going to grow up, some day there will be a Union building
and lt will need pattering feet resounding down the hall.
Some day, perhaps, there may even be a college spirit,
and when that day comes there will be no more need for
us and our petty publications. Along with Wood, Sedgey
and Jay Gould, we feel that our days in this regard are far
from limited.
And so, with these thoughts on the greatness of things
JIIIUIIIMIUIIHIIIIIIIimillllMIIIIIIIIItt
(££_ir_r__ipiii_&
STUDENTS' NATIONAL ANTI-CELIBACY
PETITION
WHEREAS only 20 per cent of women graduates-and
only 80 per cent of men graduates ever marry,
and whereas, the average age for these marriages is
29 for men and 25 for women,   •
and whereas the average college couple produces
only 1.8 offspring,
THEREFORE be it resolved that I, the undersigned,
do hereby request the Government of British
Columbia to subsidize companionate marriage on
the campus.
NAME '.	
FACULTY  :.	
YEAR  .-. '	
(Please fill out and return to the S.C.U. offlce.)
umiiiimmiiH»mmmnnnmiii»tm
Miss Edna McOulre was tbe
guest ot honor ot Miss Dixie Elson
at the Georgia, Monday evening, In
an informal shower to celebrate
Miss McQulro's engagement wltb
Mr. Armand Poulet, well-known
Zete.
. " •        •        •
Mr. Digby Lunch, kappatallst lap
dog, Is leaving for the East shortly,
where he will visit with his parents,  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Lunch.
• •        •
A distinguished visitor to the
campuB on Tuesday was Mr. Rolf
Ktllum, prominent athlete, financier
and authority on Bach.
• •        •
A   dazzling   fashion    parado   ot
Easter stylos was exhibited in Arts
100, Wednesday morning, before a
large student audience. One interesting item oa the varied program
was Or. O. O. Sedgwick's lecture
on Shakespeare. Dr. Sedgwick is
head of the English department at
the University of B. C.
• •        •
Miss Dodie Hatton, Rhodes scholarship winner, was guest of honor
at a farewell party Saturday evening, prior to her withdrawal from
social life to study for Spring examinations.
• •        •
Miss Betsy McCallan was the
speaker at the inauguration ceremonies of the U.B.C. chapter of the
W.C.T.U. last Monday evening.
Members ot the retiring Students'
Council were honored by the Council-elect at a colorful dinner party
in the Zete fraternity house last
week-end. Pansy wreaths and
olives, the emblems of Btudent government, were choson to decorate
the reception room, while a grape
vine and fig tree motif graced the
main dining hall, which was, furnished In the later Roman mannor.
A highlight of tho entertainment
srwix s.xi—asv_n_r an A-ninH
waa the nude aquatic exhibition
in the swimming pool by the chorus
ot a downtown theatre, which was
followed by a swimming party. A
charming innovation was provided
by tbe indirect lighting effects from
amber lights beneath the surface
of the pool, and the substitution of
champagne for tho usual water.
Retiring President John Oould presided at tho urns, supported by
President-elect David  Caroy.
Miss Joanne Oroves Gould was
the datnty hostess at tea hour
Tuesday when she entertained her
sorority sisters and friends at the
home of her parents. Tho profusion ot flowers ln the reception
room, whore Misses Theodora Wilkinson and Patsy Cothurst received, were baby blue and pink.
In tho tea room mauvo Japanese
Remember March 17th
Alex. MacDonald
•HURRY UP PLEASE—IT'S TIME.'
To tho Students of the
Alma Mater Society:   .
. Naturally X am thankful to thoso
who nominated me, but my main
desire is to justify that nomination,
To do so I must flrst be elected,
hence this difficult letter in which
I must attract voters and yet not
appear conceited. I can only aay
that I havo served the University
on the Badminton team and on
successful debatea againat the Van-'
couver Law School and the University of Alberta. Add to a lively
interest in Government and a keen
University spirit and you have my
qualifications.
Before accepting my nomination
I carefully examined the duties of
Junior Member to be sure that I
had tho time and inclination to
discharge those duties effectively.
Too often a candidate thinks only
of getting elected. Moreover I have
noticed that our two previous Councils have been energetic, and such
progress I heartily endorse. But I
have also noticed that students are
elected to Council on a series of
reforms which aro not carried out.
I will endeavor to stimulate a
stronger University patriotism in
next yeara' Freshman class and to
arouse greater interest in Student
Government by increased publicity
of Council proceedings. And I will
promise to work hard to advance
the interest of the University.
HURRY UP PLEASE—IT'S TIME.
Yours sincerely,
ALEX. MACDONALD.
Thursday, March 25. 1937
LA DEMIE-VIERGE
Breathes there the man
Around thla school
Sufficiently
rsstrslned, and eool
enough to limit
hie demands
and say "Goodnight"
Just holding hands —
who has the decency
to wait
until at least t
a second date
to reach a warm
romantlo state
and give a girl
some  prspsratlon
before expecting osculation
at least an hour
In duration?
If auch  there be
I'll date him well"
and make him tell  me
what  the hell.
Der Herr Doktor Sedgewick
CRASS TEAM WINS CUP
Varaity grass hockeyists took
three straight from the India Hockey Club to lift the Allan Cup.
Ono and Soul aided by Bremner
were the pick of the Blue-Gold
greensward artists as they successively wont down the field In successful attempts to put Varaity into the win column ln the Allan
series.
Physics Club
There will bo a closed meeting
of. tho Physics Club at the home
of Dr. Bares, 4244 West 13th, on
Wednesday, March 17, at 8 p.m.
Mr. R. Christy will speak on the
"Conduction ot Electricity in Gases." AH members and future members are invited.
•a-***-
HURRY UP PLEASE—IT'S TIME.
Iris were combined with golden
daffodils and fragrant pansies to
centre the tea table, which waa
lighted by yellow tapers and laid
with a cloth ot lace. Presiding at
the urns waa the charming hostess,
wearing the same old blue dress
she has worn at every tea since
New Year's, while Misses Bernlce
Boo, Hunka Henderson and Beth
Ryan were the gracious serviteurs.
Vice Squad
Raids Campus
Dope Club
Triangle Club Charged
With White Slavery
Four hundred habitues of the
notorious Triangle Club were arrested nt an early hour this morning, when police, acting on the advice of tho Morality Squad, raided
the renowned Cypress Street resort. Quantities ot narcotics, liquor
and gambling devices were seized.
"Narcotics mus t go," said Chief
Foster in an interview with tho
press following tho arrests. "Thero
nre indications," he continued, "that
the Triangle Club ls part of an international dopo ring and whlto
slavery racket which Is staging a
campaign among Amorican universities."
Asked why tho organization
called Itself tho Triangle Club, ono
of tho frequenters of tho rosort,
admitted that it was because of
tho three activities of the club,
liquor, white slaves and narcotics.
Reports that prominent faculty
members are concerned ln the ring
have not yet been substantiated,
Chief Foster  stated.
To the Membera ot the Alma Mater
Society:
I wish to take this opportunity
of thanking those people who signed my nomination paper for the office of President of the M. U. S.
I am confident that 1 am the man
for this offlce, and if I am elected,
I will carry out my duties to the
best of my ability.
Sincerely,
J. L. BIRD.
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CO.T.C.
An Easter tea to be sponsored
by Lodge 74, Ancient and Honourable Order of Pansies, will bo
held ln the C.O.T.C Orderly Rooms
on next Wednesday afternoon, and
will be opened at 2 o'clock by Miaa
Lloyd Dotwooler, District Deputy.
General Joint convenors are Ludlow Beamish and Wilson MacTufty.
In charge of candy aro Vlo Towne
and Gladaone B. Youohoo, both
membera of long standing. Fancy-
work, Art Willheby; home-cooking,
Walt Sewer, and miscellaneous,
Lloyd Hobgen. Jon Low Gun will
be presented with a medal for being senior in point of service and
for carrying out the ideals ot the
Sisterhood to the greatest benefit
of civilization.
TO DICK ELSON
SPORTS EDITOR, UBYSSEY.
YOUR WORK  ON  MAKE-UP IS
INVALUABLE    STOP    CAN
PLACE YOU STOP NAME YOUR
PRICE.
INDOOR SPORTS EDITOR,
CALGARY EYE-OPENER.
HURRY UP PLEASE—IT'S TIME.
HURRY UP PI-BASE—IT'S TIME.
I. R. O.
S.C.M, elections are also coming up
Boon. A political atmosphere pervades the campus as every notice
board is being plastered with signs
announcing elections ot every kind
and description.
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We asked 335 people how theyd
like to celebrate when they ,finish
writing exams.
330 aald 'Theta Cabaret."
Tho other 5 said, "sleep."
People who went to the Theta
Mortar. Board dance last year are
already making sure of reservations
for  this year's bigger and better
THETA       CABARET
FRIDAY, APRIL 23
THE GRILL OP THE VANCOUVER
Tickets, three dollars a couple, from
Edith Setlens or any Kappa Alpha
Theta. Reservations made at the
Hotel.
Smooth    Music   by
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If not* you probably
need more light.
Statistics show that the vision of
40 per oent of students leaving
oollege is defeotive. 20 per oent
of sohool ohildren alao have poor
eyesight*
At 60* 95 per oent of all eyea are
defeotive. Safeguard your eyedight,
your most precious possession.
BETTER LIGHT...BETTER SIGHT
_ • a ••»t Thursday, March 25, 1937
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THE      UBYSSEY
Three
ANNUAL MEETING TO BE
HELD   NEXT  WEDNESDAY
GRAD CLASS  NOTICE
Owing to the apparent feeling of
uncertainty among some of the
members of the Graduating Class,
concerning the payment of foes,
your executive wishes to explain
the matter.
The fees are: Valedictory gift,
94.00; ball and banquet, |1.7B per
ticket; boat trip, 91.00 per ticket;
alumni play, 2Bc per ticket.
The payment of the Valedictory
fee should be made by every person
in the class. Out of this are to be
paid expenses of mailing, complimentary tickets, flowers, class tree,
gifts and other incidental expenses.
This money would also cover any
deficit caused by a poor turnout of
the class to any ono function.
Tho optional payment of fl.75
f or each ticket to tho combined ball
and banquet. If you wish to attend
this funotion alone or with a olass
member, you will pay for one ticket
only, otherwise you may pay for an
additional ticket, with which to
tako tho friend. Thia price is tho
oost of tho danoe and banquet, and
has boon made aa low as possible
that no extreme burden   may   bo
Slaced upon thoso who wish to
ring outsiders. This also applies
to tlokete for tho boat trip and tho
alumni play.
In other words, If you wish to
attend tho functions, alone or with
a olass member your total foe will
bo 97.00.   In all cases tho valedio-
The fees must be paid promptly
Stadium and Pass
Syttem Will Ba
Discussed
Annual   Alma   Mater   Socloty
meeting will bo held In tho Audi*
torlum Wednesday, March 31, at
noon, it haa been announced by
Council.
Reports from members of Council
will  be  heard,  but the more important business of tho Pass System, the  Stadium  and  the  Union
Building is expected to take more
time.
It is essential that a full turnout
of students attend the annual meeting, particularly in view of tho important matters that will be under
discussion.
to Mr. Home that the committee
may form some idea of the number
to attend the various functions. A
receipt will be given out and the
tickets mailed to you immediately
after examinations,
tory foo must be paid before a
ticket to any funotion may bo purchased,
to tho Bursar's Offloe before April
aa.
A meeting* of the graduating
olass   will   bo   held   on   Tuesday,
Tho graduation foe of $16 Is
entirely separate and should be paid
March SO, at 18.16 in Arts 100} to
discuss the final arrangements of
tho graduating program and to
explain any matters of doubt.
Flowers such as roses, gardenias, daffodils, tulips lasting over ten
days and so large and showy that only three blooms make a magnificent
centrepiece. It is a new one on you, isn't it? Well, to become the
possessor of this marvellous flower all you have to do is to buy one of
the new Aquafloriums at BROWN BROS. These inverted water-filled
globes keep the flowers which are held by several small clips fresh
under water and also magnify  them increasing  the rich colors.
They are positively the latest things in New York for Interesting
and novel table decorations and make thoughtful gifts for friends in
hospital.
Anyway, you simply must pay a visit to 665 Granville Street and
take a look at this most fascinating novelty.
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Time to think of vacation needs. THE LINGERIE SHOP has a smart
ensemble—pyjamas and dressing gown in polka dot satin. The very thing
for travel or holiday wear.
Rayon pyjamas, too—easy to pack and easy to launder—In gay colours
and good designs. And the shortest of shorts to wear under sports togs
at 2793 Granville Street.
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Discovered recently that treasurer Vine has never paid for the
Council party last April.   No Wonder he has been such a good treasurer.
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Funny how Spring makes us so much more conscious of our appearance, isn't it? If the clear spring sunlight is giving you an inferiority
complex you should go down to the RUSSIAN DUCHESS BEAUTY SALON
at 768 Granville Street at the first opportunity. They will attend to all
your beauty needs and build up a new personality for you. Their finger
waves are specially recommended. Soft and natural looking, they are as
gay and fresh as spring itself. There is nothing stiff about a Russian
Duchess wave and if possible they are even better when used on a
Russian   Duchess   Permanent.
Now, with the new hats tantilizing you in all the windows, is the
time for a permanent. And a Wireless permanent is what you need, for
it leaves the hair healthy and undamaged by heat. Make an appointment
by phoning Trinity 4727.
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When the great day of graduation comes you will want a picture to
commemorate your achievement. A picture worthy of the occasion—
complete with gown, hood parchment, flowers and cap.
A portrait by ABER of you on congregation day would become a
treasured family heirloom, so remember to phone Trinity 633 and make
an appointment as soon as the results are out. You will be sure of
getting the best picture obtainable.
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The little New Westminster girl who is often seen around with
the Signa Phis finds the Vinery very nice of an afternoon, especially
when the blond fraternity man takes her along. But you know other
people frequent the Vinery, too.
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High marks are very useful things to have and Mary Ann certainly
wishes you all lots of luck in the exams. But high marks alone are not
going to get you a job this summer. Appearance counts for a lot, girls.
So resolve to pass your fashion tests with flying colours by paying a visit
to MADAME RUNGE'S South Granville store and looking over some of
her stunning spring styles. Tweed coats with swinging skirts, mannish
suits, colorful prints—you are going to need them all this season.
And don't forget that Madame Runge will have the evening dress
of your dreams for the graduation ball and the sorority cabarets.
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The discipline committee has at last performed a noble service. The
chairman slew a mouse in the P.A. system last week.
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With the last Mary Ann column of the year, a last reminder. The
best shoes for college co-eds can be found in RAE SONS BUDGET SHOP at
644 Granville Street. All ready for spring are the smart gabardines,
suedes, calfs and kids. Styles are so different this year you simply must
invest in several new pairs with odd straps, high gores, new tongues or
odd trims. Colors are coming into their own in shoes, even bright blue
being not amiss.
And keep an eye open for summer styles which will be arriving next
month. It would be wise to pay a visit to the Budget Shop when you
are shopping for graduation week.
ALL  WOOL
.. And A Yard Wide..
NEW EDITOR TO SPEAK AT CONVOCATION
Kemp Edmonds, newly appointed Editor of the Ubyssey. Kemp
succeeds Zoe Browne-Clayton
in the position of the head of
the Publications Board. He has
had experience on the staff in
previous years as Sports Editor
and Senior Editor.
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"Blue Light" It Film
Society Show Today
"Blue Light," an unusual film,
soreened ln the Austrian Tyrol,
will be shown by tho Film Sooiety
at noon  today.
Advanoe notioea indloato that
this ploturo will be the highlight of
tho  Film Sooiety  year's  program.
Rev. H J. Coady, President and
guiding genius of the University or Toronto Dr. Cody will
come to U.B.C. early in May to
address the Convocation ceremonies. He has had a distinguished career in the Church of
England and in Ontario educational circles.
Governors Decide
To Restore Pay Cuts
Restoration of teaching staff salary outs, which ranged from 4 to
90 per oent, have been made by
the Board of Governors, President
Kllnck announced Monday night.
The reatoratlon waa one of tbo
itema included In the $697,452 budget which the board passed. Of this
total, $400,00 Is government grant.
NOTICES
There will be a meeting ot the
Men's Athletic Association ln Ap-
plied  Science  100,  Tuesday noon.
The Women's Athletlo Association will meet Tuesday noon ln
Arts  100.
Additional    Phrateres    elections
will be held Wednesday, Maroh 81.
Five Professors Get
Promoted By Board
Staff promotions wero announced
following the Board of Governors'
regular meeting Monday evening.
Dr. W. Tipping waa promoted from
Instructor to Assistant Professor of
French, Dr. O. B. Dolman from Associate Professor to Professor and
Head of the Department of Bacteriology and Preventive Medicine.
In Applied Soience, A. H. Fin lay
from Assistant Professor to Associate Professor of C.B., and F. W.
Vernon from Aaaoclate Professor
to Professor of M.B.
In Agrioulture, Dr. G. H. Harris
from Assistant Professor to Asso
elate Professor ot Horticulture.
Organised for Efflolent Servloe
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RARE WINE
PRESENTED
TO    U. B. C.
A queer bottle, half filled with
some dark liquid, stood on President Klinck's desk after tho
Board of Governors' meeting
Monday evening. Only olue to
the contents of the bottle was the
inscription on it, "Stelnweln,
1B40." While reporters examined
the bottle, the president explained the story behind it.
As far aa is known, lt ls a
genuine sample of wine from tho
cellars of the King ot Bavaria,
away baok when that country
was a kingdom. Tho seal ot tho
King ls on the oork ot tho bottle,
but L. Hawois, of the Library
staff, who donated the ourlo, suggests that a sample be sent to
the Department ot Chemistry tor
analysis.
When tho test ls made, and it
it shows that the wine Is what
the label says lt ls, tho rest, Dr.
Kllnck stressed, will be placed
away In the vault. No other
samples will be taken from tbo
bottle, and as far as oan be seen
now, the wine will stay there aa
long aa there ts a university.
Ot oourse, the president said,
the bottle will be put In the uni-
A. M. S.
Meeting
WEDNESDAY
NOON
Subject
STADIUM
AND
Union Building
verelty museum, It ever suoh a
room beomes part ot tho varaity
equipment.
Probably not related to tho
gift ot wine waa the faot that
the board did not adjourn until
near midnight. And tho bottle
aa shown to tho gentlemen ot the
press was only halt filled.
All the Right Answers I
Hern's a suit that answers the college man's prayer for
style and economy. It's a neat double-breasted model
that leads a double life. You can go to town in it,
attired in smart business-like fashion; or—-note how
perfectly the jacket blends with the chap's checked
trousers to make a natty sport outfit. Yes, sir, it's a
two-timing suit that's on the level with style—because
it's designed by Tip Top stylists.
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THE      UBYSSEY
Thursday, March 25, 1937
Soccer Commission Chooses Varsity As Canada Reps. In 1974 Olympics
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- SPUT PAGE -
He Rann and Rann
This here is Rannie Mathison.
Ran-nie has new shoe-sies on.
He is hold-ing a basket-ball. He
says he is good. He thinks that
the on-ly way the Dom-in-oes
can win is for Ran-nie to break
his neck. Some of the people
from Vic-tor-ia think this would
be a good idea.
DIRECT FROM
OUR WHY PEW
SPORTS WIRE
SYD WALKER wiahes to an-
nnnounce that the tug-of-war between Almond Pipette and Ed Go-
hire will be cancelled until the rope
can be located. It ia believed that
Pipette absconded with the rope to
attend a lynching party in the
Publication a offlce tomorrow afternoon,
R.S.V.P. please. Mess or patrol
kit.
SCOOP—In a telepathetic met-
sago reoeived here yesterday from
Ted Madeley tt was annuonced that
Joanna Grooves Gould took an easy
win from Donna Hitbeck in tho
semi-annual knitting contest held
yesterday at the Hate house. Odds
wero one cent por purl.
Moral— stitch in time savea nine
cents on tho dollar.
UbY.sy Wrfr g&s Md,
€11. \L «Bt Vcfria
This is a basketball story to go
with tho out of Rann Matthison
whioh appears today. It is supposed to be the Victoria angle, but
since we don't know a dmn thing
abt tho Vctria angle, dn't blme ua
If lt Isn't any good. Vctria thinks
they hs a bsktbl team, but the only
thng tht hlpa them win Is th wy
they py the (trees. And the wy
they thrw fruit on the fir. We wid
Ilk eto sggst to the mngrs of the
VARSITY team that they bttr gt
rdy to kick good and hard or they
might not win the frat gme, in spte
ot Rnn  Mttbsn and Jmmy Brdsly.
The boys have a good chance ot
copping the series lt they can
knock the rets on the head before
the game, and make them see U.B.
C. stars Instead ot Victoria pan-
flashes. Maybe tbe Dominoes put
on that checerboard uniform for a
camouflage, but lt only shows what
Council Party 	
game they should be playing. Just
in case you think we don't like the
Dmnoes, you're right. One of their
supporters came loose Sat. nlte and
socked ub on the puss. How's that
fr a Vctria angle 7
SPORT STAFF NOTE—Professor Energy Elson, morgue editor of
sport for tho past year, will address
the apawt stuff at elossd meeting in
tho upper left hand drawer at throe
o'clock thla morning. Tho talk will
bo in conjunction with the regular
meeting of the Hysterical Society.
His subject will be, "The Life and
Work of a Successful Sports Ed
itor." Tho talk will last about seven
seconds, after which a collection
will bo taken for Elson's fare to
Essondale.
HURRY UP PLEASE—IT'S TIME.
EXAMS UR HERE!
Turner for Sports Editor
(Crucify Elson)
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CHEMISTRY 8TUDENT8: Tutor
wanted to Instruct laboratory
worker in Chemistry nad Phy-
aloa. Phone Bay. 6394L evenings
to  arrange  pay  and   houra.
FLUSH!!!—Rann Matthlsonn, the
Cardiff Giant, nosed out Hunk
(Pantywaist) Bander aome, the Sing
er Midget, in the annual tiddle
wink eonteat at Geo Aye Be Gym
last night before a howling mob of
stoogents, among whom were come
ly Elsie's Dangling and Nosey
Bebb. The match would have beon
extended had it not been for the
fact that Bimmy Hardsley, the
referee, stole the yellow tiddley,
which he took home to remind him
of Huck Mapman, of the Dominoes.
STOP PRESS—Millicent McFluf-
fy will address the members of the
U. B. C. rowing club tomorrow
when she will be presented with a
brand new scull in ocmmemoration
of her fine grainwork during the
past ten years aa presidink of the
Yokel Slackwater Horeman's Assn,
CO-RESPONDENTS
flsnk tornur, essoshlate spots
editor you-be-see.
gentlemen:—
■egad alrl allow me to volee my
utmost approval of your slondlg
wolk during do past slsson. It'o
guys de like of youse what makes
dis unlvolslty wolth living wid —-
nleo golnk kid.
YA SHURE SHOWED DAT
PUNK ELSON UP —he don't no
nutting about dings in de pub, need-
er about. BLAOK JACK. As for
Perry, he don't rate. If you're not
edotir-in-chiff of de Noo Yawk
times next ylr, 'twont be - beouss
you ain't de fella what can handul
lt — YOU GOT MY VOTE FOR
PRESIDINK.
YOURS FOR EVER,
REALIZER  OF TRUE
BRILLIANCE.
Domino Player
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UBYSSEY
OPPORTUNITY    HERE   FOR   A
MAN   OF   YOUR   ABILITY   ON
BASIS   OF   FINE   WORK   DONE
STOP WIRE IMMEDIATELY.
SPORTS EDITOR
DENVER POST
TURNER OVER MY
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HURRY UP PLEASE—IT'S TIME.
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the value of
Mr. McKenzie
Vernon  MoKensie
WHEREVER you look, these days, newspapers
have articles on World Affairs, and some of
them seem pretty authentic until you realize that
most of the writers haven't left the shade of the
elms of Dear Old Slwash for year and years. But
the articles of Vernon McKenzie in the Vancouver
Sun have a value beyond most of their kind, because Mr. McKenzie, a trained journalist, has spent
a good part of his time for many years in Europe,
has examined carefully and repeatedly the European scene from the Danube to the Skagerrack,
and in addition to being in touch continually with
reliable informants, is well acquainted with many
of the chief actors in the current historical drama.
To read regularly these valuable articles by Mr.
McKenzie, Phone Trinity 4111 and subscribe to
the Sun.
TO DICK ELSON,
SPORTS EDITOR, UBYSSEY
SIR YOU ARE TO BE CONGRATULATED FOR THE SPLENDID
WORK YOU HAVE DONE ON
YOUR COLLEGE PAPER STOP
OPENING HERE STOP WIRE
IMMEDIATELY.
SPORTS EDITOR
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS.
Flash! — Sports Staff
No Writtee Exams!
Sea Story . . . natutloal  but nleo
Turner for Sports Editor
(Crucify Elson)
On Randrewa In Nasty Scandal—'
Takes Money From Over 100 Studea
More flavour
—yet milder
Buckindham
CIOARITTII
BT44S
THREE  STAR  REPORTERS
GET THREE  STAR SCOOPS
By FRANK PERRY
At an Informal meeting of the
Chink Society for the prevention
of basketball players held last
night, Maury Van Vllet was acclaimed Chink Champion of the
Lower Bus Stand Grapefruit-Palming basket clrouit.    BELahl
Mr. Frank Perry,
Associate Sports Editor "Ubyssey."
My dear Most Honoured Sir:
In my opinion, this is an opportune moment for expressing my
opinion of the splendid work you
have done for the paper thia yoar.
Your column waa immense, your
stories were breathtaking. What
everybody is saying ia how do you
do it? Now take that guy, Elson,
for instance; as a matter of fact
you can have him. And Turner,
what a laugh. They are both farces,
But you were the brains ot the
paper this year and you were marvellous. You should be president,
at least, and we will all be disappointed if you aren't Editor-in-
Chief next year. What a man. . . .
Yours truly,
(Signed) POPULAR OPINION.
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SH3M0H M*n
HAMSI
EXAMS
HAMSI
I GET MY CLOTHES and
FURNISHINGS
CHAS. CLAMAN
WEST HASTINGS
315
By DICK ELSON
I feel that lt la time I wrote a
atory. I have Just reoeived word
that the basketball championship
will be played ln Victoria between
the Victoria Dominoes and the
Varsity Thunderbirds.    ALL OUT1
TO DICK ELSON,
SPORTS EDITOR, UBYSSEY
SORRY TO HEAR OF YOUR RETIREMENT STOP YOU ARE TO
BE CONGRATULATED ON FINE
YEARS WORK STOP POSITION
OPEN HERE IF YOU ARE INTERESTED.
SPORTS EDITOR
NEW YORK TIMES.
Dr. C. M. Whltworth
Danttet
Telephone llllot 17*6
Houra: 9 to 6
Saturday: 9 to 1
Cor.  10th snd Sssamst St.
By FRANK TURNER
The Intermediate "A" basketball
girls won the flrst game In their
career last night when they took
an easy 187-186 win from the Port
Moody C.G.I.T., who played only
five players. Rumor haa tt that all
will receive gold awards.    Ament
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