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AGGIES
LEAD
THE UBYSSEY
BLOOD
DRIVE
VOL, XLI
VANCOUVER, B.C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1959
No. 40
Socred Treasurer
Quits In Protest
A top campus Socred resigned last week end over the Bennett budget, it was learned
yesterday.
Harvey Smith, treasurer last year of the campus Social Credit party and a member
since 1953, tore up his card after hearing of the government's failure to meet the University's request for extra funds.
PICKING THEIR SOGGY and dejected ways back to the
womb-like shelter of Brock Hall are AMS President Chuck
Connaghan and Special Events Chairman ■ Mike Jeffery,
following an engineers' raid on their offices. This was not
a.special event. — Photo by Brochmann
Red Tide Wets
UBC Blazer Boys
Engineers raided Brock Hall, arrested three councillors,
and conducted a military tribunal outside the library Wednesday noon. f ~      	
EUS President Allan Brown,
wearing an army officer's uniform weighed down with
medals, read the charges against
AMS "President Chuck Connaghan, Executive Member Brad
Crawford, and Special Events
Chairman Mike Jeffery.
The charges were:
1. Refusing to recognize the
absolute power of the Godiva
Party, or Fourth Reich of UBC.
2. Using physical violence
against an executive member of
said party.
3. Refusing to give blood as
they were ordered to do by
Godiva.
"The prisoners must be allowed to speak in their own defence," said Leader Brown.
Mumbling from prisoners.
Shouts of "Silence" from Engineers.
"A jury of a thousand is better than one of twelve," said
Brown.
Shouts of "Guilty" from Engineers.
"The sentence is death by
drowning," announced Allan
Brown.
The three struggling councillors were thrown into the lily
pond, then fished out as the
crowd wandered off.
The Leader drove off with
his guard of Engineers shouting
through a megaphone for everyone to give blood.
He told a Ubyssey reporter
that the whole thing had been
planned partly as a joke and
partly to help the Blood Drive.
Two more intended victims of
the Red Jackets, John Helliwell
and Dave Edgar were apparently tipped off ahead of time and
escaped.
Another
Meekison
Elected
Jim Meekison, Patti Darling
and Marg McLachlan were
elected in the second slate elections held yesterday.
Meekison, brother of Council
President-elect Peter Meekison,
defeated Russ Robinson in the
contest for second member by
400 votes.
Said Meekison, "I'm overwhelmed."
In the two women's presidency
races, Patti Darling, last year's
AWS PRO, slipped by Cheryl
White and non-greek Jean Giddy
to capture the AWS chair, and
Marg McLachlan downed Liz
Boyd to assume the position of
Women's Athletic directorate.
Most of the polls reported
having been fairly busy in the
morning and had a rush of voters
at noon.
The booth in south Brock
recorded 325 voters by one
o'clock, the largest number recorded by any poll at that time.
Nominations close today at
4.30 for the third slate positions
of vice-president, co-ordinator,
UCC chairman and executive
member.
Student Court Sits
In  Picture  Case
Student Court will sit today at noon in the Brock Hall
music room to hear a charge of conduct unbecoming students
laid against Dave Robertson and Kerry Feltham by the Disciplinary Committee yesterday.
The charge was laid against the Ubyssey pair after an
AMS painting, typewriter and speaker were found in their
apartment.
Ben Trevino is chief justice and. the other members of the
court are Laurie Peers, Gordon Armstrong, Grant Macdonald
and Rod Dobell.
Trevino said that the session would be open to the public
unless any sort of disturbance took place, in which case the
session would continue in camera.
Students' Council had recommended Monday night, after
a 7-4 vote, that Student Court bar the public from its hearing.
* * *
A special meeting is set for this Friday between Leslie
Peterson, Provincial Minister of Education, and six representatives from Students' Council.
The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss the Government's scheme to pay part-fees for students with high marks.
It will be held with Peterson after he speaks to the House regarding this matter.
The group of six will consist of three present councillors,
and three from the newly-elected slate.
* * »
National Students' Day, sponsored by NFCUS, will be held
March 5. UBC will participate in the nation-wide program of
acquainting the public with facts about the universities' operations and activities. Each campus is responsible for its particular program.
* * *
Wally Lightbody explained his plan for a restaurant in the
"Village" to Students' Council, asked and received their support in his enterprise.
"The poor quality of food service that now exists on campus warrants this restaurant being put into operation," he
said.
HAA NOMINATIONS
CLOSE WEDNESDAY
Nominations for Honorary
Activity Awards close Wednesday, February 18 at 5 p.m.
Nomination forms are available at the AMS office and
must be submitted to the
HAA Committee with the signatures of three persons willing to vouch for the nominee's
worthiness.
Hill-Tout Photo
Entries Due Soon
Entries for the Ben Hill-Tout
Memorial Photographic Salon
must be made by February 17.
Entry forms and regulations
for the competition are available at the office of Dr. V. J.
Okulitch in room J in the forestry and geology building.
Together
We Stand
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
of the University of British
Columbia will sponsor an inter-
faith Sabbath Service and Dinner at Schara Tzedeck Synagogue, Friday, February 20 at
6:30 p.m.
The programme is to be held
in connection with Brotherhood
Week.
During dinner, the various
rituals and origins of the traditional Sabbath foods will be
explained.
The ritual Hebrew Sabbath
prayers and ceremonies will be
performed by members of the
UBC and University of WaslF
ington Hillel groups.
Students wishing to attend
are asked to contact Hillel
House before Monday.
Said Smith:
"For the past six years I have
been an active member of the
Social Credit party. But I feel
that I can no longer support a
party which has failed to recognize the needs of our university.
"It is because these needs
have been sacrificed to debt reduction that I cannot remain a
member of the Social Credit
party. I have not made this decision without considerable'
thought, but I feel it is the only
decision I can make J'
Smith Joined the party hi
1953 when he was high school.
He was treasurer of the campus
group in 1957-58, and this year
is vice-president of Parliamentary Council and vice-president
of University Clubs Committee.
'tween classes
'Anger With Water'
Sober Sages' Topic
PHILOSOPHY   OLUB   —   G.
Woodcock of the English Dept.
will speak on The Angry Young
Men at noon today in Bu. 104.
His topic will be "Anger with
water." Non-members 10c.
NISEI   VARSITY   CLUB   —
General m e et i n g Thursday,
February 12th in Bu. 203.
PSYCHOLOGY   CLUB—Trip
to Oakalla Feb. 12. Bus leaves
the Bookstore Bus stop at 6 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 13, voting on revised constitution and film. It
is important that all members
attend.
STUDENT CHRISTIAN
MOVEMENT—"Life and Mission of the Church." SMC Room
Thursday, Feb. 12 at 12:30.
RAMBLERS ATHLETIC
CLUB — Very important general meeting to revise constitution. 12:30 Feb. 12 in Bu. 204.
PRE-MED SOCIETY — Field
Trips will begin at 1:00 today
and all members taking part
are asked to be present at the
designated department at that
time.
PHYSICS   SOCIETY   —   Dr.
Kaempffer will give a talk on
"Physics — Right and Left" in
P. 201 at 1:30 today. Please do
not bring lunches.
UBC DANCE CLUB — The
Thursday noon performance of
"That's for Sure," has had to be
cancelled but all others will go
on as planned.
REPRESENTA T I V E GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE—Last
meeting will be held Feb. li at
7:15 in Brock Board Room. All
representatives please attend as-
recomlmendations will be final.
See 'TWEEN CLASSES
(Continued on Page 3) PAGE TWO
THE      UBYSSEY
Thursday, February 12, 1959
non illigitimos carborundum
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University of B.C. Editorial opinions expressed are those of the
Editorial Board of The Ubyssey and not necessarily those of the
Alma Mater Society or the University of B.C.
Telephones: Editorial offices, AL. 4404; Locals 12, 13 and 14;
Business offices, AL. 4404; Local 15.
ACTING EDITOR-IN-CHIEF,     RUPERT   BUCHANAN
Managing Editor, Al Forrest      City Editor, Judy Frain
Chief Photographer,  Colin Landie
Editor, Special Editions,    Rosemary Kent-Barber
SENIOR EDITOR,        BARB BIELY
Reporters and Desk: Wendy   Barr,  Bob  Cannon and  Allan
Chernov.
LETTERS 	
Inaccuracy
Editor, The Ubyssey,
Dear Sir:
Your editorial in Tuesday's
edition of the Ubyssey entitled
"The Nayy Goes To Church"
inaccurate and in very poor
taste. When some §0 university
naval cadets can brave sub-
freezing temperatures in Order
to attjend reiijfiqus. services,
while most of th§ student body
are at home nursing hang-
pvers, they do not deserve to
be disparaged.
It's not that these naval
cadets are paid to worship.
They are paid for the self-
sacrifice involved in following
a military career during their
undergraduate years, "as opposed to a more lucrative civilian occupation.
The Armed Services'believe
that spir|tual guidance is an
WS^nt faptor in the trying of officers and men, and
the University Naval Training
Division seeks to,,foster'tbi§»
view with an annual Church
■ Parade to churches of all Protestant faiths in the Point Grey
area. Since this was a compute
sory parade, each cadet was reimbursed by an amount equal
to half a day's pay. Surely the
.IJbyssgy does not begrudge
students, wj^o are attempting
to finance their education by
service, to Queeji an,d country,
some trivial remuneration.
After all, servicemen pqy taxes
too.
Yours truly,
M. COOPER
Sub-Lieutenant,
Royal Canadian Navy
Arts IV
Dr. Sedge wick
Editor, The Ubyssey,
Dear Sir:
On Saturday. August 2, lg58
the Sun published a brilliant
article on Dr. Sedgewick written by D'Arcy Marsh. Since
Sedgewick has certainly become a legend at UBO it was
delightful to discover wherein
lay his great claim to fame.
It "Was obviously clear that
§efg$wjck was, above a}l> a
grept educator rather than a
great writer and that he must
have made considerable study
of the art and science of good
teaching at the adult University level. There can be no
doubt, too, that he was a diligent student of good educational techniques. He is the
outstanding example of the
truism that good education depends as much on who teaches
and how subjoets are taught as
on what is taught.
It is probable that an equal
effect could have been
achieved had Sedgewick been
less rude and legs arrogant but
no less forceful,or stimulating,
but apart from that idiosyncrasy he did not exhibit any
special Pe6J4iarity that has not
been exhibited °? known by
masters of teaching methods
for many years.
May I underline a few of
the things that Mr. March has
so ably recorded in order to
point up the significance of
educational theory and practice even in University teaching. ". . . the expert inflections of that unusual voice;
the dietiog, meticulous yet de?
void of pedantry; the gestures,
eloquent and eccentric . . ."
"... he was a great actor . . ."
"... his purpose was humanistic, to convey to others a
feeling of the subject he was
teaching, to kindle enthusiasm,
to provoke curiosity, to interpret ... but not to LECTURE,
above all not merely to in?
struct, This quality was more
in evidence three decades ago
than now in the University."
"It }s probable that Sedgewick
will be remembered most
widely for the MANNER, in
which he taught . -\ ." "He
would waste no. time on pedantic examinations pi the text."
"A? a result, of. his technique
he engendered in many of his
students an overpowering desire to GO ON READING."
"He planted a germ of intellectual discontent," "Even
With Chaucer he rna,na,ged to
infuse a modern note," and
demonstrated how Chaucerjan
ideas applied today. "He did
not bathe* us with rules. He
merely made us appreciative
of other authors' short stories." -
". . . the man was an artist."
I have quotgd these in detajl
because each phrase cguld be
found almost verbatim in any
gqod book about the thepry of
education, It, mj$y be true that
Sedgewjct was never trained
as a teacher but he obviously
trained himself. He was clearly
not a born teacher for he was
"a recluse." He trained himself
to superb heights of teaching
skill in spite of himself. He
acted, with all the consummate
art and skill of a great actor,
the part of a teacher. Few men
have proved so admirably the
importance and need even
within a University of just
those skills and just that artis?
try which have to be learned
assiduously by all good teachers.
Yours truly,
DEAJT N. V. SCARFE,
College of 'Education.
The omniscient eye of the Ubyssey fell
one day last week, and fell with approval,
on Radsoc.
It all started Tuesday afternoon at one
forty-five when we chanced past the Radsoc
outlet in the Brock Annex and overheard a
monologue, the originator of which, we soon
learned, was Mort Sahl; and what he was
saying went along these lines:
"Mao Tse-Tung was planning to invade
Formosa but he couldn't get past the American supplies on the beaches . . .
"Congress sent $90 million to Chiang
Kai-Shek, and at the same time voted down a
$3,000,000 increase in the school appropriation. Now this may strike you at first glance
as ridiculous, but I assure you it's not.
Chiang promised that he wouldn't spend a
cent on schools."
Mort Sahl, we were aware, is a sort of
three-dimensional Jules Feiffer. (A Sahl
line that might be taken for a Feiffer line is:
"I was having a relationship with her. A
relationship — that's sex when it doesn't
work out.")
At any rate, portions of a Mprt Sahl
record were being alternated with Pete See-
ger songs from a new contemporary-folk
album "Gazette." This programme struck us
as the apotheosis of campus radio* although,
this may only be an indication of our warped,,
offbeat taste, and we immediately rushed,
down to the Radsoc lair in South Brock basement to voice our approval.
In a spare, square, dry room, its sparse-
ness relieved on one wall by a Code of
Ethics of the B. C. Broadcasters' Association,
we found President Gary Zivot and Programme Manager Al Smith. They were
drinking Coke. A fraternity pin flashed and
glittered on Zivot's shirt. Frpm these men
we learned the story of the Radsoc Revalu-
tion of 1959, which is not a political revolution, but, as the ad says, a Revolution in
taste.
In short, Radsoc has not, had a haircut
since December 15.
Records of hit parade sopgs lie everywhere unused, while the turn-tables, and
the ears of students everywhere the campus
over, are adorned with the sounds of Mozart,
Tchaikowsky, Beethoven, Shostakovich and
Mort Sahl.
President Zivot has obtained for Radsoc
the use of radio station CKWX's vast library
of classical music. Recent listeners of that
station may be surprised to hear that it has
a classical library which according to Zivot
is the best west of the Rockies. But this is
so. What has happened is that CKWX has
decided to put all its money on hit parade
and rock'n roll, thus leaving its classical
stable idle. And Zivot was clever enough
to obtain it for the benefit of Ubyssey
students.
Zivot laid his cards on the table.
"Listen," he said, "I want you to get one
thing straight. We're not doing this out of
any crusade. It's straight hucksterism. We
think students will like this stuff better, it
will help us get more money from the AMS,
and it's been proven by tests that you can
study better to classical music than popular."
So it was clear then that the change in
policy did not reflect the views of the Radsoc
executive. But this much was already evident from an article which appeared in these
pages January 8, 1958, in which Zivot, under
the pseudonym of "Wally Oppal," wrote, and
we reprint:
"UBC Radio staffers will attempt special
shows catering to ispjajed, grppups — such as
women, ps^udoTin|e^eptwl§ (atld intellectuals, if there are any.)"
We asked if any particular event or person had brought about the change in policy.
No, he said, it just happened. He did mention though that Ben Trevino, who produces
a weekly 15-minute UBC Radio Digest that
is carried by thirteen B. C. stations and who
is responsible for an hourrlong potpourri of
things like Seeger and Sahl every Tuesday
afternoon at one o'clock — it was first called
Plowboy, but nobody got it, and it's now
called Exhibition —=■ had four years ago
written a letter to Radsoc asking that more
classical music be played.
The new Radsooc also plays lots of folk
songs, some jazz, a little opera, and carries
at 9.05 a.m. week-days except Monday a replay of Roy Jacques* intelligent commentary,
The World Tonight.
Three cheers for Roy Jacques, Pete Seeger, Mort Sahl, Gary Zivot, Al Smith; Ben
Trevino and the body corporate Radsoc!
>UUJ   UJUkl      J.S1.
LETTERS
Immaturity
Editor, The Ubyssey,
Dear Sir:
I have just read your editorial, entitled,   "Th,e. Nayy
Goes  to   Church."  The  only
conclusion that i can dfaw is
that it must be the product of
a ve?y immature mind- Obviously the author has no idea
what he is talking about.
Sgrne q£ us spend a great
dpal of time Preparing ourselves to serve Pur country in
case the need should arise. It
is obvious that the author is
nqt one of these. If he would
lopk into the matter, he would
find that a Naval Cadet receives approximately 5.0 cents
a.n, hpur for, the time spent
learning to protect the taxpayer, Is thig too great a price tq
pay for security.
The Naval Caflet is not being paid for going to church.
He is being. P^id, f or tiing spent
wj,tjh the. armgd services, irra-
gardtess. o$ whether that time
is spent in church or standing
on the deck qf a ship in the
pouring rain at four o'clock in
the morning-
If you would check your
facts, you would find that the
Navy recognizes any man's
right to worship as he sees fit.
If this is the calibre of journalism, that is tp be found in
this paper, I feel that it has
no place on our campus.
Yours truly,
ADAM FERJIIE
Act. Sub-Lieut. RCN (R)
Applied Science 3
Fqshipnqred
Editor, The Ubyssey,
Dear Sir:
It was of great interest to
me to read the fashiqnating
review of Dr. Logan's "history
book" which appeared in your
tabloid Tuesday.
The reviewer was well informed on Dr. Logan's background as a classical scholar.
Being sq aware it is. regret-
able I thiols that the well worn
classjgal mpttQ, "Tuum est"
shpiajj, have been treated phonetically by Miss Kent-Barber.
Whereas her rendition, Tuuem
est did not completely obscure
the meaning of the phrase, it
would, if generally incorporated, lead to a rather lopsided
university crest whereon "est"
could not possibly end at the
same place as the Shinto sun
burst as is the present case.
The added expense of changing
the wording of all crests and
facsimilies at this university
could Wei} challenge the cost
of excavating Pompeii.
Miss Kent-Barber used a
rather "Time" magazine adjective in referring to this "his^
tory book" as fashionating.
Here too the meaning was not
completely lost to a thinking
reader with time enough to
guess at her intentions. I believe she intended to call the
"history book" fascinating.
The adjective fashionating
could possibly be used to desr
cribe Marie Moreau, foreign
correspondent, but she should
I think hesitate in using it as
an adjective modifying Dr>
Logan, "classical scholar."
Semper idem,
B. HANSEN. Thursday, February 12, 1959
THE     UBYSSEY
PAGE THREE
WAD-GOD   CANDIDATES   must be  adept at the social graces.    They need have few
other qualities.  _ Photo by Hal Brochmann
Local Malaria Epidemic
Wont Stop Blood Drive
A reported outbreak of malaria is not expected to reduce
attendance at the blood drive, Red Cross officials announced
today
"After the news reached us
Tuesday we set up precautionary check points in all open
ditches oh campus to see how
prevelent mosquitoes who carry the disease were," a spokesman said.
"We found that the only
people affected had already
been isolated in the Aggie Barn
and the number of active mosquitoes caught was negligible."
The loaded bugs were captured with butterfly nets.
More than 865 pints have
been collected during the first
three days of the annual drive.
The blood drive is sponsored
by the faculties of Home Ec
and Engineering.
Rocks Leave
Geography
University of British Columbia Senate has approved the
separation of the departments
of geology and geography which
have functioned as a combined
Unit since 1922.
Prof. V. J. Okulitch has been
namfcd head of the department
of geology and Prof. J. Lewis
Robinson, head of the geography
department.
Rook Wins
Girlie Cup
Loraine Rook, Education 11,
has been selected "Co-ed of the
Month" in an AWS - sponsored
contest.
She takes part in poster
painting and two of her biggest
jobs have been the Physical
Education display at last year's
Open House and the prize winning Alpha Phi - Alpha Tau
Omega Homecoming float.
A first class student, Miss
Roqk w^s awarded the Vancouver Elementary School Teachers' Association scholarship for
two consecutive years.
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'TWEEN  CLASSES
(Continued from Page 1)
LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION — Thursday noon
Dr. K. Holfejd, President; American Lutheran Church, Canada
District, will speak on "The
Lutheran Church in Canada" in
Bu 205. All welcome.
C. C. F- CLUB will discuss
resolutions for the April Convention at 12:30 today in Bu
212. All out.
EVENTS FRIDAY
THUNDERBIRD BOOSTER
CLUB — After the Basketball
Game Friday night there will
be a sock hop held on the Gym
floor. Admission to the game
entitles students to -dance; game
time is 8:00 p.m..
TYPING
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Sold Down The River
,     ,  (Tune of "Streets of Laredo")
As I walked out on the UBC campus
I spied poor old Norman, dejected and blue,
Tell me, poor Norman, why are you dejected,
He said, I've been sold down the river like you.
The students have worked to build UBC bigger
The faculty's starved when their salaries were low,
We're all deep in debt but not old Wacky Bennett,
We know 'cause Wood-Gundy has just told us so.
I'm sure that a fee-hike will soon be forthcoming,
A hundred, a hundred and fifty or so,
I'm worried as hell, but young Parnell is happy
It's no worse than the last great depression, you know.
Connaghan cried when he saw the new budget,
Peterson answered, ''It's novel, I know,
But for ni-ajdnuuTvuse of each piddly wee dollar
We'll help everyone who already has dough."
The Board of Governors was waxing ecstatic,
Kowtowing the Premier for his novel scheme.
More money for marks, but just loans for the boneheads
It's the answer to every rich Governor's dream.
The students wrote letters and planned a commotion,'
Taking the fight to their ©wji 1VLL.A.V
And then the Board snivelled and welched on its bargain,
It's always the poor bloody student who pays.
^Pqn't go to Vietorja, 'cause we wo$t support yeu^
Thus saying they gave the l«9t twist to the knife.
You know Tuum Est is- a de^id proportion .     J~    .
We'yt so|4 dowpJhe riy.er end ^0|i^e4 jforjife.
As I walked out oji the UBC campus
Said, "By Gunderson, Koerner and Grauer and the others,
I've b*e« sol^ down the riyer exactly like y«w,"
For your "Mardi Gras"
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* Giving you a good salary
But modern in . .,
1 * Giving you a chance to get ahead fast
* Giving you executive responsibilities soon as possible
Ll* Good holidays, Job Security, Health Service, Etc.
IF YOU WANT AN INTERESTING FUTURE . . . BEGINNING  WITH   A  GOOD
SALARY  PLUS  RAPID ADVANCEMENT  OPPORTUNITIES
MAKE  AN  APPOINTMENT  TODAY!
To meet our personnel representatives when they visit the campus on
February  11th   and   12th
YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF, TO GIVE YOURSELF A CHANCE TO REACH THE TOP. YOU
OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO COME AND DISQUSS THE MAN FIELDS OPEN TO YOU . . .
AND SEE THE OPPORTUNITIES YOU'LL GET FOR A BRILLIANT FUTURE WITH THE
HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY!
f Call Your Personnel   Office on the Campus! "
INCORPORATED   2??  MAY 1670. "-*  -

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