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By MARY WILKINS
Ubyssey Feature Editor
When Mr. and Mrs. C.
ind their four children first
came to Vancouver from
r's-katehewaa,      the     only
'ace they had to live was
n their old model car.
.-V few days later, Bernie,
r.e father, sold the car and
rented part of a six room
house, which tho C's shared
viith two other families. But,
'.he rent, §50 a month, per
family, was too high for the
C's. Alter a couple of months
:hey left and rented a shack
en the waterfront which  wa.s
only $10 a month.
With no heat, water, or electricity, Dorcen, the mother
had a growing struggle to feed
her four children, who were
all under five years old. Finally in February of last year,
Bernie a n d Doreen came to
First United Church, ut Hastings  and  Gore.
Here, they were interviewed
by one of the Church's four
welfare workers. One of the
workers visited their cabin,
and found that there was not
one  bit of food in the house.
From February until June,
the    church    helped    out    the
family with food and clothing.
Bernie could get no social
assistance because he had been
in the city less than a year,
and no job, because he had no
training, and unemployment
had reached  its  peak.
In June.- he finally did get
a job, and when he had accumulated a little money, the
family was able to move from
the shack. Since that- time
they have not needed to return to the church for help.
Not all lhe cases end so happily.
Mrs. Rollins, chief social
worker   at   first    United    ex
plained that many families
come back year after year,
maybe only a few times, maybe only at the end of the
month ' when their social assistance gives out, or maybe
when the father is laid off his
job, but they return, and their
file in the church office grows
fatter.
At Christmas time, the
Church, which is across from
the Salvation Army, gives
Christmas hampers, filled with
food, clothing, and toys for
the children, to the 1300 families on their lists.
Why     are     these     families
needy? Primarily because they
just can't get jobs. The men
have no training. They are
the last to be hired and the
first to be laid. This year,
when unemployment is especially bad, there are more
children than ever, who will
be hungry on Christmas. °"
Because of this need, the
Associated Women's Society
under president Gail Carlson
is holding a Cheer Drive Monday and Tuesday. Boxes will
be put in all the buildings,
and students are asked to
(Continued on Page 3)
See CITY'S JOBLESS
MERRY
CHRISTMAS
DRINK
LABATT'S
HAPPY
NEW   YEAR
iUL. XLI
VANCOUVER, B.C.,  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28,   1938
No. 30
isKifa
yssey exposes
ammoth Hoax
Love at UBC isn't as free as Ubyssey readers have been
! '.id to believe it is.
I    As Vancouver Sun and Vancouver Province readers have
| 'sen led to believe it is.
Reports of various free love
societies on campus have appeared on The Ubyssey's pfpes
the past two editions.
It all started with a letter in
Friday's Ubyssey signed "Sig
Olafson,   Arts   II."   T h e   letter
East, West
Unite
EXAMS mill BEHELD,
SCHEDULES UP OR NOT
Exam timetables may be j
being put up even as you i
read this. !
Then again, they may not,      '•
Latest word from the registrar's   office   Thursday   was
"We hope to get them up Friday—but we don't know ..."
We do know, however, that
exams start Wednesday, December 10, Ho ho ho,
Many    common    ties
:iern   a
•   nation:-;
bind* W1'hcr  claimed  there  had been
l
i    ,,r    , ; such organizations in his native
nd   Western   mem   '
of    the    British
[ country   and   wondered   if   any
! existed at UBC. j
Tuesday's 'Tween Classes col-
: msisnonwealth    together    in
I ; :e  of ethnic   and   cultural J uma carriccl nolicc of .m  ..or.
: :.;':orenct'.s, members of UBC ■ ganizational   meeting   of   UBC
..rr.monwealth Club were told ; Free Love Society." J
? '-''ednesdav,
Nobody knows who submitted ihe notice, but forty curious
sludcnlb turned out.
Meanwhile, Vancouver Sun
columnist Jack Wasserman had
reprinted the Sig Olafson letter
and city editors downtown
pricked up their ears for fur-
\v.orrntic way of life with \ ther developments,
.'..•j-kr.id, Canada, and other I Thursday's Sun and today's
iiber nations of the Common-   province carried reports of the
"organizational     meeting."     It
Sht enjovs universal suffrage, j W4« at this point that Sig Olafson decided he should "blow
the whistle.
"It's j u s t a joke," Olafson
told Tho Ubyssey. "I want to
apologize publicly for any harm
done lo the university's reputation."
Olafson had written further
letters  to  The Ubyssey  during
Dr.   Bhatnagar    stated    that' the week about free love, using
s.o of  the   important   reasons j pseudonyms.
.my India chose to remain with-'     What   about  the  40   enthusi-
,'s lhe Commonwealth was her   asts who turned up at the meeting Tuesday?
Even the alert Ubyssey could
not   unearth   any   further   news
nation   with   more   advanced   about them, but it wishes them
.I'.ions   didn't    interfere    with ! luck  anyway.
siisi's      supporting       national I ni |
•/.enionts in other countries.
I vslia's Prime Minister Nehru,
• ;.i great supporter of the Com-
■sHvoallh,  and Dr.  Bhatnagar
. srmssed his faith in the Com-
mveallb. a.s a continuing fac-
."   in   the    struggle    towards
:.d unity.
This was the contention of Dr.
s P. Bhatnagar of Allahubada
'••.iversity, India, speaking on
!dia and her Role in the Com-
mnvealth."
[".elia  shares   the   concept   of
dill.
| m'l although the vast percentage
| ! thc  population   is   illiterate
■j -ore than fifty per cent turn out
i 'v, vote,
■; I nd in also shares the desire for
| ■•'.• maintenance of peace in the
;•* -rid. Dr. Bhatnagar described
■; c Commonwealth of Nations
i «■ a "pioneer of world unity.'
"'.(rest in developing her Nairn I resources.
He added   this  need   for   as-
Shakespeare Termed
oblest Showman'
BY ROSEMARY KENT-BARBER
Ubyssey- Staff Writer
Shakespeare was probably "the noblest Show of them
all," Dr. Arnold Edinborough told a UBC audience Tuesday
night.
Dr, Edinborough, editor of
Saturday Night, was speaking on a Leon Koerner Foundation lecture as part of the
University's Elizabethan Week.
Shakespeare died a wealthy
man, Dr. Edinborough said,
and his wealth was accumulated entirely from his efforts as
a successful showman.
T@nr8i©r nasn f
Got Time For Us
Efforts to bring B. C. Premier W. A. C. Bennett to UBC
to reply publicly to charges made by Lee Briggs failed Thursday.
In a talk to more than 1,500 UBC students Wednesday,
Briggs repeated charges that the provincial government tolerated graft and mismanagement in its administration.
The premier appeared Wednesday at Victoria College to
reply to a similar speech Briggs had made there Tuesday.
1 Mike Jeffery, Chairman of
UBC Special Events Committee,
said Thursday Bennett's office
in Victoria had explained that
the premier's schedule is full and
that lie still is hoarse from his
Victoria appearance.
Jeffery, who was acting on behalf of a number of interested
student groups, said no further
attempts would be made this
term to bring Bennett to UBC.
Tween Classes  __
Sports
Williston Speaks
Many ads
_  Pago 6
pages 4,5
   page 7
... Pages 2.3,6,7,8 s
This showmanship was based
on Shakespeare's thorough
knowledge of his theatre and
his audience and on the "sheer
genius" of his poetry.
Whatever the audiences wanted they got, pointed o u t Dr.
Ed inborugh.
They believed ln love at first
sight so Shakespeare gave them
Orlando and Julia. They believed in ghosts and saw them
in King Lear.
"No experience seems to
have passed Shakespeare by
and there is no experience he
yould not immediately externalize to share vvith his audience,
said  Dr.  Edinborough.
Prospei'-o's remark in the
Tempest that hi.s "project is to
please" was that of a groat
Showman speaking to his audience, Dr. Edinborough concluded.
Poet Reads   ,Students
Wednesday
Longston Hughes, noted poet
who appeared at the Stratford
Festival in 1958, will read his
own verse at a 12:30 noon recital in the Auditorium Wednesday, under the auspices of
the Fine Arts and Special
Events committees.
The first poem which attracted widespread attention to the
work of Hughes was "The
Weary Blues" which received
the Opportunity Poetry Prize in
the early 1920's and served as
the title of his first book.
French Plays
December 6
UBC Frcnct students will
have roles in three one-act
French plays to bc presented
December 6.
Tne plays will be sponsored
by the "Troupe Moliere" and
tickets are available at the ACV1S
office.
The plays will be presented
in the Salle St. Sacrament, 3050
Heather St.
Criticize
Briggs
H. Lee Briggs is sincere in
his condemnation of the B. C.
provincial government — but
he's a lousy speaker.
This was the decision of a
majority of students inter-
viewed by a Ubyssey reporter
after the Briggs speech Wednesday.
Harvey Smith, Arts IV, stated that Briggs' charges were
"unsubstantiated".
Gerry Goeujon, Law II, d-.-
scri'oed Brigzs as "e:rno\:.o:.i.'J.y
upset. Briggs wasn't justified
in his accusations of Grauer.
He didn't have enough facts to
back  up his charges."
Richard Scardina, Comm. I.,
felt that Briggs was sincere,
but that iiis charges were incoherent.
Bill Ballentine, Council Pro,
said Briggs was essentially sincere and honest, but he doubted
(Continued on Pag® 0)
See STUDENTS CRITICIZE PAGE TWO
THE   UBYSSEY
TME VMYSSEY
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^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.
MICHAEL SONE EDITION
EDlTOR-WCHiEF MICHAEL  SONE
Managing Editor, Michael Sone—.City Editor, Michael Sone
Eeatures Editor, Michael Sone —- CUP Editor, Michael Sone
..Chief .Photographer, ..Michael Sone
Editor Special -Editions, Michael Sone
SENIOR EDITOR MICHAEL SONE
Reporters and Desk: Michael Sone
Inconsiderate? Or
Merely Inefficient?
Today the Christmas exam timetables may or may not
be posted.
Even if they are, their coming will have preceded that
of the examinations themselves by only twelve days.
Twelve days is. not enough advance notice of examination times.
Such short notice is not.enough for students who need
vacation jobs and must give notice to the prospective employers of the time they .will be available for work.
It is not enough for students who live out of town or in
other countries and who want to make plans for spending
their Christmas at home.
But most particularly it is not enough for any student
.who .wants.to.make any sort of attempt to organize a working study schedule.
We will bet that many students would, like to have
known some time ago which exams they will have to write
first, which last, which course- have uo Christinas exam,
and so on.
We feci it is cither rankly ituvr.s id,-rate or rankly
incompetent of the registrar's office not to have posted the
timetables by mow.
And we feel the students are due an apology, or at
least an explanation.
Friday, November 28 $
Old   Crock
Editor, Tho Ubyssey,
Dear Sir:
I can no longer remain silent.
This burst of energy in the
form of letter writing is
caused by your article dealing
with parking. In your article,
you have painted the driver
who leaves space between himself and the next car as a
criminal. Before you start this
reform, I urge you, I implore
you, to start a campaign against
the 80% of the student drivers
and passengers who throw the
car door against the next car
when-they alight. These inconsiderate oafs never Hick
through with five dollars to
repaint these chipped spots, A
smooth paint job is something
to be proud of, but there are
not many that are intact around
here. Sure, I'm all for squeezing up (in more ways than just
car parking) as soon as people
learn to get in and out of
their cars without ruining my
paint job any further. In fact,
I could become a Jack Cahill,
and make a living exposing the
many known criminals who resort to these methods. In the
meantime, I'm going to make
sure there is plenty of room between me and the next car. So!
What do you think of that?
Yours for a chip off
the old crock,
R. Card.
Engineering II
Car  Stalls
Editor, The Ubyssey,
Dear Sir:
Your article on parking, written with an eye to bringing
immediate action from the administration on this serious
problem, was in the best interest of our students. I have
long been in favour of tho parking areas being divided into
separate stalls that would be
of a convenient size for most
cars. You arc right, it is a
shame to .see one car taking up
two spaces and causing another
car to park illegally.
However you have championed the cause in your usual
distorted manner. The 2 cars,
page   one  and  page  five,  are
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obviously not the same car as   The     FoCtS
you say they are, The one on
page five is a '49 Austin, the
one on page one is anything
but a '49 Austin.
I
Bri-
Why couldn't your staff member be sure of his facts or
your proof-reader notice this
error? The error detracts
greatly from the initial effect
of the article.
Yours truly,
Earl Stewart,
Commerce I
(Ed. Note: There were two
(2) cars behind the Cadillac,
a '49 Austin and another car.
The OTHER car got the ticket
and is the same .car photographed on page one.)
Editor, The Ubys.soy,
Dear Sir:
In his reply to  Mi
Mr.  Grauer charges  tha't'i;
Briggs is trying to underJ1'
the   Public   Utilities  Act
Public    Utilities    Commit,
and that he is trying to h'■'
ti-.
about    the    complete
PubLi
Substatue
The Editor, Ubyssey,
Dear Sir:
Not only are buildings and
grounds, as Mr. Robson has
pointed out, replacing thc tall,
snake-infested grass with brick
patios, they are flow removing some cedar trees (probably
dangerous) from the East Mall.
Why not remove those remaining? They may then be replaced with something safe (and
inspiring) such as a monument
to our glorius leader and
champion of high bus fares, it
might even be called the "Pal
Grauer   Sub-statue,"
Yours truly,
Dave Duff,
Arts I
ownership of utilities.
In point of fact Mr. Grrr
talks about everything p^cm
the facts which Mr, Briggs \*
revealed   regarding   the  p^
and the B. C. Electric Co
What facts has  Mr. Bri2
revealed? *y
1. That the value of *>
shares of the B.C. Power (v*
poration, the holding Compa-'.!
of the B. C. Electric Compa-J
rose from $G6 millions jn \£
to $108 millions in 1958,
2. If the value of th**.
shares had followed thc 61.2'-;
allowed by the Public Utilit^
Act it would have reached onh
.597 million by 1958. .This-
indication that the share-buyc-.
rate the earning power of thev
shares at much more than 6a,-.
^   the PUC allows,
3. Mr. Briggs calculates thrt
profit rate of the B. C. Poiy.:
Corporation to be over 19\\
No  reply  from  Mr. Grajr;
will be satisfactory until he ha.-
explained these facts.
Yours truly,
A. Blakey,
Ed. 2.
Strange
Could   Be
Editor,  The  Ubyssey,
Dear Editor:
A photograph of a Cadillac
accompanied a recent Ubyssey
article on campus parking-
problems. The caption below
that photograph faults the
driver of the Caddy for the expanses of ground space between
it and thc adjacent vehicle-;.
Do you not suppose the fault
might lay with the drivers 'i.e.
parkers) of those adjacent vehicles? Enough of this proletarian  agitation!
\'ours truly,
George II, Bowcring
Editor, The Ubyssey,
Dear Sir:
In thanking you for printir.;
my letter in your Tuesday y
sue, I would like to rail you:
attention to the fact you r.s
spelled rny name. I do not rsstsm
such mistakes as leaving c-::.
the silent "e", but deviates:;
sue', as Stooge, Stank, and ti;.
one you used, Strange. I object to. Used as ar, a;l.;ec'sp.;
in relation to me, strar se is^e
iml. be out of order, i;.al m •■■
surname I feel it is l;:uu-:'.;
ssiry.
Yours truly,
Doug Stange,
Arts  III
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THE   UBYSSEY
PAGE THREE
CITY'S  JOBLESS
(Continued from Page 1)
ng   linnedi   foods,   clothing
nd t°ys*
' Daby f°od and canned milk
'1,'especially wanted, said
t\,s Rollins, as she pointed
' the near empty store rooms.
Tinned foods, such as salmon,
.„cat, soups, and powdered
\ilk and cheese are especially.
J00d as they will  keep and
oiitai" more nourishment
man many other foods.
"in clothing, again, children's
U most useful,  but   women's.
Men's, an d suc'1 articles as
miilts and blankets are also
badly needed.
Many of the case histories
are pitiful. Many of thc fam-
,110s, victims of their environment, of their own pathetic
Jnistakes, or of ignorance,
,cmn hopelessly incorrigible.
But welfare organizations
continue to help them.
Why?
•Because they're human bc-
ings", said Mrs. Rollins "because they're in need."
And although many people
will not agree with this, principle of charity, until some
better method comes along—
one that works, organizations
inch as the First United will
continue to lend their assistance to the poor and destitute
3i long as supplies last.
Right now, these supplies
ikr.ost gone, and that is, AWS
has decided to help.
As well as First United, the
University donations will also
m to the Salvation Army and
ive Central City  Mission.
Peeps, Akrigg
To Lecture
Illustrated lectures will bc
given at 8:15 p.m. on Friday in
Engineering 200 by J. Calder
Peeps, school of architecture,
on "The Development of Elizabethan Architecture" and by
Ian'JVlcNaime, department of!
fine arts, on "The Art of the
Elizabethans."
Concluding address will be
given by Professor G. Akrigg
on the Vancouver Institute program Saturday at 8:15-p.m., in
Buchanan 106. His subject will
be "The Elizabethan View of
Life."	
ORDER AMS REPRINTS
Sludents who want copies of
their AMS photographs aro
asked to sign the list in the
Publications Office; Brock 201.
Unless mote names are forthcoming, it will not be possible
to go ahead with the printing ,
of any photographs at all. j
STUDENTS   CRITICIZE
(Continued from Page 1)
Briggs* statement that Wenner-
Gren will gain full rights to
Peace River land.
Hugh Naylor, Arts II, felt
that Briggs went off on tangents, and made it impossible
for the audience to reach any
conclusions on the issue.
Ann Givins, Law I, believes
that Briggs was sincere, but was
not enough of a politician to
put his argument over.
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What do you clo for a sore
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and talk . . . Saya soreness is
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Vandal  Scandal  Tsk  Tsk  Tsk
By KERRY FELTHAM
Ih'ock   Manager   Jim   Hors-
••>an  was  in   a. four  cylinder
°'n't today when he found out
•■' someone stole a five hun-
f,rci:l    dollar     painting    from
'-'"isk,   ,  .
ri'c painting is about five
;" '• long and four high . . . it's
"0l1 missing for two weeks
i'-Kl nobody noticed it . . . title
'' 'ho Island , , . it's big and
!'011. and if you see it any-
',"I'°, let Jim  know,  hey?
*     *     *
-ii;ior vandals, plagued our
^"''I'li'd friend,  too  .   .  . four
-r Words   carved  on  some
.. lt f}£  furniture,  and  in   tho
'"estroom.
,,nslmas is  a  good  time  to
.,' ^  Jots   and   tittles   for   your
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..     net   him   a   Key   chain,   a
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^ a 1Jo and sock set.
v"°   fancy   work    was   done
f"<u'fvxh\y  to   get   Bennett's
Ch,-;
talk live from Vic College to
thc     Brock.     Radsoc'a     Gary
Zivoi   contacted  C.IVI   in   Victoria,   had   them   send   it   to
CKWX on a  private network,
and    CKWX   scut    it    to    the
Brock  . .  . and all for free!
Free   gift   wrapping    at    ihe
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Who says:
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us nosey guys are always
digging up something, see?
And here's something  I've
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If you are looking for a
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these interestingly different,
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boxes, imported indian
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sport shirts in the new tapered model, cuff links and
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something for" that hard lo
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Girls, too,
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. * ■ i ,    < * ■ • ■ PAGE FOUR
THE   UBYSSEY
Friday, November ?,g
163
'A
Top
Braves
Still
Contender
A narrow two point victory
kept the UBC Braves well up
in the Junior Mens Basketball
League standings. Tuesday
night, the Braves squeaked by
the Gribbs 42-40.
Taking a five point lead at
the half, UBC fell apart in the
third quarter as they fell all
over the opposition for 13 personal fouls. The Braves were
also outscored 16-8.
Lead by the six points of Ian
Matheson, thc Braves came
back strong in the final stanza
to hold off the Gribbs.
Walt Senosir was high score
of the night with 16 points,
UBC's high point men were
Matheson and Ron Irish with
eight points apiece. Bob Henin-
rich picked up 7 points and
Barret   six.
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SPORTS EDITOR — MICHAEL SONE
WOMEN'S REP MICHAEL SONE
REPORTERS MICHAEL SONE
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recommence   after   the
mas  holidays.
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UBC's SOCCER SQUAD prepares for a Southern Tour
that takes them to California. UBC is confident in returning victoriously,   Pictured  above   is Tony   Tutty,
The football season is over and the season of talk and
tistics is upon us. And in Evergreen Conference tallies, Unci
a standout. Written in the final conference release was, "jq^,
Vassos of UBC, ranking high in rushing, total offense, scorip
and receiving, pushed Bridges for individal honors at the fj,,^
of the. season".
In-Team Offence, UBC Thunderbirds placed first, ahead &<
Central wiih a lotal of 2477 yards to 2288 yards.
In Total Individual Offence, Jack Henwood of UBC was ihw
followed by teammate Don Vassos. Henwood gained 832 yar(j,
in 156 plays.
Vassos finished second in Individual Rushing wiih an averar**
of 86.1 wiih 689 yards in 121 plays. Wayne Aiken placed six%
with 387 yards in 75 plays.
Henwood, in 49 completed passe in 89 tries for 725 yas^
ranked second in Individual Passing.
72 points by Vassos placed him second in Individual Scoring
Not bad at all for a bunch of players who belong to j, 'a,,,n
that is supposed to be too far below the caliber of the Amerir-a-
teams in the Evergreen Conference. With most of the team ii^f
bers returning and with the aid of some bright prospects Coa.'-k
Frank Gnup maybe blessed with a winner come next season. 'IV
opening game of the WCIAU will be September 26 with iBr:
playing Saskatchewan.
•Y- * V
Welcome back to Johnny Owens. It is nice lo see you b.;.-v
and recovering so well from your illness. Unfortunately, cvt-,
though John has returned, there are still a lot of room for ir>
provement in the services ottered to the University Athletes.
V *Y* #
One time Olympic track and field ace, star college basketball player, surf board rider, tennis player, and ice hockey novi-.i
Poier Mullins has beon named to the team htat will represser;
Canada at the World Basketball games to be held in Chile, ilr.j
spring. Mullin's presently coaching the UBC Jayvees. Track ard
Field team, and playing on tho Eilers, is currently on ihe UBC
School of Physical Education staff.
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Some of UBC stars of the 1,053 Football Season will be sm |
i in vivid and colourful action tomorrow. Watch for them anions
some living beauty, on the A.M.S. float in thc Grey Cup Parade.
■ ; ,y, .y, *
enf, UBC
occer Team Goes South
The UBC Thunderbird soccer team departs this Friday, November 28 al 1:30 p.m. by air for Oakland, California.
■    The Birds' two game tour in- &~~       -
eludes    contests    against    Uni-
veristy of California in Oakland
on November 2.9 at 1:30 and
Stanford University on December 1 at 1:30.
Coach Frank Kurucs is confident of victory in the ' dual
stint although American college
soccer squads are reported to
be much stronger than they were
two years ago when UBC walloped Stanford 9-0 and edged
California 2-0. Kurucs' confidence stems from the fact that
there is a higher calibre of play
Pull after pul
of smooth
mSSd smokin
in ' the Lower Mainland" Soccer
League in which UBC competes.
Among the fourteen players
making the trip are captain
Frank Sealey who m a d e the
trip two years ago, top scorers
Bernard Knaggs and Bill Wed-
ley.
John Isberg, Keith Watson,
Bob Dempsey, Harley Schindoll,
Frank Ilarrop, Bill Elliott, Sid
Brail, George Ponak, and Jim
Rux will also be making the
trip.
However forward Joe Alexis
of Trinidad is having trouble
obtaining a visa and back Art
Field, a real veteran, has a pulled leg muscle and is also a
doubtful starter.
; In the raid on the Ubyssey offices by a  number of jtivtmil?
pranksters, a quick thinking member of the sport* staff ;,v--'
, the clay for the sports office. As the would bc wreckers approach .'■
s the doorway to the Office, Women's Sport Rep, Flora MacLesJ
| stopped them by informin;; the crowd that this door lead to ;.;
1 Women's Room. Nice try!!
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I UBC Thunderbirds may be having  problems  in  basketbss'.L
■but so has Pacific Lutheran College. For instance, Chuck Curtis.
(three time all-conference, Little All-American, and second on!;
I to Elgin Baylor in Northwest scoring, will be out of action untu
\ later  this  season.   Curtis   fractured  his  ankle  in  the  last PL'-'j?i
and thiri |;
separation |>
Good  luck boy.s!
j Western game. Teammate, Van Beek, all-conference
in Evergreen scoring last year, received a shoulder
in an intermural touchfootball game.
Come next January nineth, UBC may be able to capitalize
on PLC's troubles.
H* # *
Then there is the  Wrorsg-place-finisher  UBC's   Barton, wh:
finished the four mile cross-country race in Seattle, iwo miles ie- \.
short. And his teammate, Tree-brussor-Burnelt who, in the sanv'
race, stopped just after running into an innocent bystander, a ire*
•Y- -Y- *
 Best of luck to Coach Frank Kuruc and his soccer seisin their southern tour. Unfortunately, Kurucs cr-w have the-
problems too. Two flayers remain on the doubtful list. One •*
Art Field with a pull leg muscle. The other is forward, J?1'
Alexis, from Trinidad, who is having trouble obtaining a vU-
from the U.S. Government.
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CIGARETTES
ILTER
A
Character Detective
Are You?
Next (ime you're in an argument, watch your opponent's
Itanrh;! They'll (,'ivo you clues
to his) personality ■ and help
ytm maintain self-control and
win the argument. December
Render's-! Digest shows you
how to ,w and read these
IjestiireM, shown how their
hands can help you know
your i'nenda better.
Got your December
Ko'utor'.'i Digest today: 42
jMwwmally helpful artielos of
Ifi.-itiiiHI interest.
Another Jayvee defeat last night didn't help Coach P'-"-'::'.
j Mullins who is already su I ferine the miseries of the flu. Ilowev*.
: one bright light in the J.V.'s cause stands in the playing of fonv-
: Cumberland High Basketball star, Mike Potkonjaek, "like h
been a consistent play to date and last night demonslraled abil1-
; that could land him a position on Ihe Birds next sesmom
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at the SNACICERY Granville at 15th v, November 28, 1958
THE   UBYSSEY
PAGE FIVE
irds Travel To Olym
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Hoping to recover from two decisive defeats suffered at
the hands of Seattle last weekend ,UBC Thunderbirds travel  t^?^'
to Olympia Washington to play St. Martin's College in week- j V$$$l
end basketball action. j B^y^*"*
that is still requiring smoothness and poise. The Birds havelp-'t**'
only, five returnees' but added members, along vvith more experience, may round UBC into.one of the strongest squads in
the Evergreen Conference,
One injury is reported from the Birds camp and is that of
Norris Martin with an injured knee.
Totem Tournament
Next week, UBC will be competing in thc Totem Tournament. Friday, Dec. 5, UBC and
C-Fun meet at 7:30. In the second game that evening, Alberni
and St. Martin College tangle
at 9:00 p.m,.
Saturday, the losers meet in
the consolation rounds at 1:00
p.m. And at 2:45, the winners
of Friday night, play off for
the Totem Trophy.
Golfers
Play Steady
Games
Tn t h e spring of 1959 the
men's golf team will be com
posed of Greg Candlish, Gary
Puden,' and Charming Buckland.
These are the same three who
made up the golf team in 1957
when it placed second in the
Evergreen Conference Tournament held at Spokane.
Tied for' fourth was Bill Ad-
amson, who, along with Puden
and Don Griffiths made up last
year's team.
After 72 holes at 4 different
local golf courses, Candlish and
Puden    had   comfortable   leads
with  229 and 305 totals respectively,  but Buckland, the third
member   of   the   team  had   to, niSh*. before a small  crowd of
play steady golf in thc last few!25-   Jayvees   were   dumped   81
holes  to finish  with  a  total of - 47 bv the frontrunning Vaneou-
.314,   one  stroke   ahead   of  Ad-', ver Eilers in Senior A Basketball
amson  and Art Pullman. ; play.
Ron  Baer was sixth   at  32(i.
JV's Still
Go Winless
Lack' of hustle, drive and
determination earmarked another UBC Jayvee defeat, Last
UP AND IN, as Rookie Keith
Hartley goes in tor a layup.
Hartley is fast becoming an
outstanding player on the
Birds offense.
.'(h'IRIS MARTIN AND TEAMMATES head for Olympia
'onight to play St. Martin College. Birds are preparing
*- v the Totem Tournament to be held at the UBC War
M-.Tiorial Gym, Friday, December 5. UBC, C-FUN Alberni
St1'Martin College will be competing for the Totem Trophy.
—Photo by Mike Sone,-
FRIENDLY
GAMES IN
VICTORIA
Thunderbird Rally
o Invade Interior
I - Filers  completely    ut-hustlcd
I     The     Evergreen    Conference ; aild outran the UBC squadi Go.
i Tournament will again be held   in!, into thp sccond hi,ifi Eilcrs
'. in Spokane and will be thc last ■ uscci lhcir SCCond string attack.
.chance for a U.B.C. victory be-; The younger and inexperienced
• fore  the .university  enters. Into ; UBC team  was  down  36-20  at'
competition   with   t h e   prairie ■ the half, and fell steadily behind : matched game, is expected Sat-
universities next season. j in the third frame. ; urdoy when the  UBC Women's
RESULTS ,    |     Pi|„PC, i,„,j „ „„,„f„,,,w„ i*- o, ; Grass    Hockey    Team    tangles
with   the   gals   from Victoria
College iii" a match in  Victoria.
A    friendly   and    a    closely
Gregg Candlish 299, Bill Ad-
amson 315
Gary Puder 305, Art Pullman
315
Charming Buckland 314, Ron
Barr 326.
The UBC Sports Car Club has finalized plans for the an-
'""»1 Thunderbird Rally to be held January 11 and  12.  Pat
•'-•own, competition committee chairman says that the  prob-
-;r'S plaguing  competitors   last   year  and   timers have  been
'■'•■■'••'id out and .that   entrants   should   find things  run  much
■ore
smoothly.
' Okanagan   Falls   wflicre  accom-
';<-2istration    will    be    open   modation will be available.
' "* December 4  to December ;     Sunday's fun includes a hide-
'•'■* will be charged $3.00 per ; ous  r0ad   section   in .the   back-
MANAGERS
NOTICES
Meeting  at  noon  io-day for
Intra-muTal  managers  in  Room
214  of Memorial   Gym.   '
All those concerned turn oul.
Eilers had a comfortable 65-31 i
i
lead by the end of the third quar
ter.
High scorer of the evening was
UBC's Mike Potkonjack, with 22
point. Potkonjack, playing a
good   two   way   game   for   the
UBC will be sending its second team in the first of a home
and home series with the Col*
lege.   In   past   years,   the   two
J.V.'s, ranks as an outstanding * schools have been fairly evenly
up and coming young player.     ' matched.
Helping in the lossers scoring
were Dave Way and Dave MacDonald, each with seven points.
BOXSCORE
Beridino 6, Berze 2, Lusk 1,
Wooten 1, Worthy 1, Jennings,
Way 7, MacDonald 7, Potkonjack 22,
Coach, Miss Schrodt, will ba
travelling with the team, which
includes: Marilyn Buker, Cathy-
Greene, Gail Scott, Jacquina
Wilson, Barb Hay, Kay Baker,
Robbie Stadfild, Eleanor Tay«
lor, Vickie Husband, Dot Hunt,
and Allene Spilsburg.
while independents will
«   S4.00   fee.   Penalty  for
;'°--!istration is 1.00. Maps,
identification    cards,   and
''•ation    numbers    will    be
Nor!.
woods of the Penticton area before lunch, thou the return run
across   the    Hope-Princeton    in
the   afternoon.   The   finish   will
be  set   up  at  Hope   in   order, to
avoid   tiie   todiousness   of   rally-
;vi's   will  be   awarded   to   ing through the valley,
'•'■'inners   of    three    classes;        Tuning,   always   a   sore ■point
!s.  touring   ovw   1300   ce's,   between competitors and  offici-
l"'-i''in;; inuler  1300  ec's.  A   als   is    lo   be   foolproof   in    the
trophy   has   heen  do-   Thunderbird.     All     checkpoints
wil! be radio-controlled courtesy of VF.7-ALD a n d watches
will be synchronized f r o m a
master al Hope. The presence
of radio ears on the rally route
will make it easier for entrants
in serious trouble to receive
help   from   the   committee,
Anyone   interfiled' in   obtain-
in.",   m o r e   detail .   .(if 'anuary's
tW(n.iinii-wii(ii»Mijwti'»'ini'iywiT';'A'y||M!'fm"»|i<wn"^»^wiy
•isal
■ '"'•  the  overall   winner.
"   fnmmittoe   has   laid   out
'■'il.v   in a  manner designed
■'■" the event a  typical "in-
'''   '''inter   rally",    Noone    is
'''■'''I   to   ;;et.   |ns|   luit   many
''' ''si'e   certain   lo   gel   sluck
'',,;  soul stum bank's.
''''   leaving   the   ramp-style
1,1   Hope,   the   cars   will   lie
•'" ''"'■'*•;   the   Hope-Princeton
''' dinner  and   maintenance
'll   Km'emeos.     Tho,,o   slit).
,0   proceed   will   travel   a
Sl'(:tioii   to    Penticton    or
r
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Thunderbird   Itallj*  i:j   asked   lo j
inquire   at , the    Clubroom,    ,3.*i 1 j
Brock    Kxte n.,   or    to    come    to '■
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the; general meeting in Kng. 201 \
next   Thursday   noon. I
^^^.^...*rf..MrfaW..^^iiW..i,-.Wa,w^i^t,ii/i'^a,Ht>i,^..i4i.Ani^»ft^.irii,Si.wtfih^i^iSii,i.a.i
1 !),"i<» AUSTIN UFAIJ'iY 101) owned by Bob McNair, UBCSCC, comm' at. speed in a recent
club event  hold over a muddy and  wet, course. ---Photo by Denny OltewoU PACE SIX
THE   UBYSSEY
Friday, November •»>
i If.-
By J.& M. BURCHILL
: ancients use lo clean their
I QUESTION: Whal did the
|  mouths?
: ANSWER: The rich and
; the nobility cleaned their
tongues after sleep with a
i tongue scraper of ivory or
I  tortoise shell.
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through the cily's ssnarlod rush-hour traihe, is sandy
every other lane of traffic moves except tho 0:10
you're standing in.
Actually, it's a state of mind. Often, v/o'ro so
anxious to rush into the future that wo become
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can avoid many of them by a bit of advance
planning. Your personal problems can bo handled
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'tween classes
Japan in Asia's
Future Discussed
TODAY
UNITED NATIONS CLUB—
presents Dr, Tsuro speaking on
"The Role of Japan in the future of Asia." Bu. 100 at 12:30.
*     *     *
U.B.C. Fencing Club — B.C.
Championships, "War Memorial
Gym. Men's Novice Foil—Women's Open. Today at 8 p.m.
Men's Junior Sat. 29 Nov. at
1 p.m. Men's Open at 6 p.m,
Prize awarding 3940 W. 20th
Avenue 9 p.m.
UNIV.    BAPTIST    CLUp"'*'
Friday 1:1:30 in PIIY 302, m*"
CCF—discussion on the "Winnipeg Declaration", a statement   F
of CCF policy ut 12:30 today in J ("J. L. U.ikor B.A. will v,\A*^.')
the clubroom Brock Lxtn. 302.   | "Church & Slate." ' '"•'
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DANCE CLUB-the taiv,o sc-'     INTERNATIONAL  H0nG^
Sunday   evening   at   8   p Jv    "
quence will bc taught this noon
hour in the clubroom. ' thoral   ^oup   Wlil   ho
* *     *
PSYCHOLOGY CLUB—presents two films 'Counsellors
Day" & "Using Analytical
Tools" on Friday at 12:30 in
HM-2. Non-mombers 10c.
* *     *
INTERNATIONAL HOUSE
—Talks, Films, Discussion on
Japan   at   8:30  Friday   evening
house  to entertain.
* *     *
NFCUS—Meetim;   3:30   m
day.
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NFCUS—Photo contest e;,,
es Monday, all entries must'^"
in the NFCUS office by r,iotlci!'*
noon hour. ":
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PRODUCTION   CLUB—Fir,,,
in the house. All members and 1 meeting    Monday     in     1-iq.jV
one guest welcome. j There  will be allotment at ori»
i^—z^z^^ ]< dollar   subsidy   per  person  <1
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those who went to Seattle,
SOCIAL   CREDIT  CLUB „,
; presents the Mon. Kay WilliSjfi;1
{ Minister of Lands and Fore--*
I answering*all questions on Wcr*.
, ner-Gren, Tuesday 2 Dec, 123.J
I in Auditorium.
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;     COMMONWEALTH   CLUB-,
1 presents films on the Common.
wealth on Tuesday Dec. 2nd >*.
Tuesday  Dec.   9th.   Both HlZ
1 at 12:30   in   Bu.   100.   Member"*
free, non-members 10c.
, *     *     *
AIEE/IRE —  Guest  speak?
i Dr.  Kaempffer  of   the  Phys;.,;
Dept. will .-peak on  "Anti-ms;.
tor" on Wed. 3rd at 1:30 in Ess-
gineoring 201.
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j;     UBC SPORTS  CAR  CLUB-
,' Thunderhird  I-Ial'y will be <:::•
!; cussed   al   the G. u.eral Meeas.,-
next   Thursday  -I'.'.i  at  noes"1. ;:■
Kng.   201.
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Playback    I'/ycipment   ii   bciv.
rewired,  th.e  mom   mcctin? v.:
be on Friday a Hoc. at norsn ■.
.„.lj: Vvw Music  l'h.m'.i:   y.rocl: Hall.
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To your favorite room-mate
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larger than six inches his'.h in
colours mibuv . . . saucy skunks,
ivy league ( ]f)-!i.-(nts. sulky pandas, baim.iim, nionkcys, pink
poodles, and llae.eiedy Anns, lin-
jiorted from San b'raiusisco, these
darling niiiiiatures are tho
answer to Christmas-; giving
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, November 28, 1958
THE   UBYSSEY
PAGE SEVEN
cillB NOTES:
ic: 'We
social Credit Club will spon-
JtllC Honourable Ray Willis-
!"r B.C. Minister of Lands and
Scats   at   12:30,   Tuesday,   in
,-", Auditorium.
"Vilhston     will    speak    on
.power."
He is by profession a teacher
,,d before entering politics
' .[-vcd as .a School Inspector in
Jrince George.
tfjrst elected as Social Credit
Vl'a f°r Fort c'eor8e in 1953,
i(e was appointed Minister of
Fducation in the same year. He
served in Ihis capacity until
1956, when he was appointed
Uriister of Lands and Forests.
* *    *
SPORTS CAR
Sports Car Club will hold its
'iiial general meeting of the
jenn on December 4th in the
Engineering Building, A number of items are included in the
,-,jcnda.
Chief among these is the
•jaiinderbird Rally to be held
r-.cxt month. The Competitions
committee under chairman Pat
C-o\vn has finalized a great
r.uiny of the details. These include route, prizes, and ovcr-
r.i^ht stop.
* *     *
Another important item is
'je plans for the Christmas
Party.
The problem of Club crests
i;. much nearer to being solved.
Designs have been sent back
M the artists for some minor
changes and some new designs
Live been submitted to the executive.
* *     *
Constitutions Committee has
:sno up with some important
rsmstitu'.ional   changes   w h i c h
must be read to the general
membership before the Christmas recess, A two-thirds majority is needed to pass any
change of this type so all members arc asked to turn out. Engineering 201, Thursday, December 4th at 12:30.
CONSERVATIVE
J. Ferguson Browne MP for
Vancouver Kingsway, will
speak on the "Bill of Rights"
Tuesday, at 12:30 in Buchanan
102. Browne is sponsored by the
Conservative Club.
The Bill of Rights is one of
the first items which will como
up for discussion in the next
session of Parliament after
Christmas. It is a subject in
which Browne has expressed
considerable interest.
This is an open meeting, and
there will be a question period
following the lecture.
*    *    *
The Activities of the Psychology Club for this term are
rapidly nearing a conclusion,
Today two films will be shown
in HM2 at 12:30.
These films, both of extreme
interest to. all psychology students, will be "Analytical
Goals" and "Testing the IQ."
This term's activities have included  a   Friday  afternoon   informal lecture and film scries, \
and club members have attend-,
ed  Thursday  evening  seminars;
and have had many interesting
discussions, ■
Special activities have included an on-campus party and a
roller-skating party.
Next   term   t h e   Psychology '
Club  will   be  sponsoring  muany
speakers as well as other activities.
DEBATING UNION
The Debating Union is sponsoring a debate Tuesday, in
Buchanan 106 at 12:30, on the
topij: ■ "Resolved that red is
better than blue."
Debaters    will   be    Graham
Moseley,   Desmond   Fitzgerald,
Jack Giles, and  Donald  Gray-|
ston.
This is the first of four debates to seloct the McGoun Cup
team. All four will be judged
by three members.of the Faculty. The other debates will be
held on Tuesday evening.
Although   the   other   debates 1
will be on more serious topics, [
this one will be an ..attempt to
add humour to a debate.
Tuesday afternoon's debate
will not be an open •.debate.'The
speakers will all speak for eight
minutes in their main speech,
and will have four minutes ior'
rebuttal.
*    *    *
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FORM "A'
(1) APPLICANT
First Namo
Middle Name
(2) PERMANENT ADDRESS: STREET      _.._
City
(Family home
Last Name
Prov.
-where frail may bo sent if necessary)
0) PPESENT ADDRESS:  STREET      _    City     Prov	
(4) PLEASE   MAIL  PREMIUMS   NOTICES   TO:   PERM.  ADDRESS    □    or PRESENT ADDRESS    G
(5) DATE OF BIRTH      (6;  MAI E        n    (7) MARITAL (8) WEIGHT  LBS.
day        month        year FEMALE    Sj STATUS       (9)  HEIGHT  FT.  INS.
(10) ARE VOU NOW IN AND DO YOU USUALLY HAVE GOOD HEALTH?
YcsG'    No~    "If no," 0ivo details in Sec. If.
(11) FOR   ANY   ILLNESS   REQUIRING   MEDICAL   ATTENTION   GIVE    DATE,   NATURE   OF    ILLNESS,   DURATION   AND
NAMES AND ADDRESSES  OF  MEDICAL  ATTENDANTS OR HOSPITAL.
(12) (o) Havo you flown or do you intend to fly other than oi a fare paying pa-.-.cnger on a scheduled airlino?      Yes Q
No U    "    yes," explain rn 'c."
(b) Havo you evor applied for Insuranco without receiving  a policy of  the exact  kind and amount applied tor or
havo  you over boon  offered  a  "rated     paU>?    Yes C    No C If "ves, ' c<p!a n in "c"
(c) Explanation         .., 	
(13) Are you a (tiombor of q student organization  of filiated with NFCUS?    Yes G    No I'l
University       ..    . Faculty? _   -
(14) Date  FIRST entered  university  or  college  afd'.atcd  wish NFCUS,
(If studios  interrupted, givo dato  of  first ontenno) (15) Year of expected graduation .
(16) AMOUNT OF  INSURANCE
D  J  r.,000   -    Ci)   $17.50       (17)  NAVES   Or   ITNmaAr-Y  	
R '->'''noo ""'"   ^     35'i'° ^ ''''' Nk",u"' '''  r'"" Fr,r Sample, Mary Juno Doo, not Mrs. John Doo
$ @   $3,50  per  M  $ 	
Plus
G Accidental   Death   Provision    (u)       (,9>   ' °f,t '■" c (mmor.t of f• rr,f year''; premium . _  G    \   check
$l.?5   per   M   $      ', Pli-m.e,,. m I'- .V y end lull mo, 30 day; to pay L'l   J   which
It it understood and aqroM that  the fcmi'-rm < im.-mimf'. and answers ciro c*n\;<l**'v   trtio and correctly recorded.
I  hereby upply   fo  the Carvlan   Vernier   tm,   l,■■■*:.*n. t:  Company,   Winti iprcj    C- .-■■ »■ r'i    for  insurants as ckv.cn'jcd
ofcovo and  agree, to pay  premiums at  Iho  rote   ■! . ,w.
(10!  RFi at  "mum r,r prmmiriAivY TO
Al'l'l SC AS.S    'SWde,   M :lhcr,   etc )
DATE	
19
".."inahirc  cl   Applicant,
Did you  complete  oil   NINETEEN   lections?    Ploaio  lie   surot
Students  other  them  first  year student? inny also complete form  "A",
and   full   instructions   will   he  forwarded  from  the  Company,
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