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 THE UBYSSEY
Vote
Tomorrow
VOL. LXVli
VANCOUVER, B.C., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1960
No .51
Candidates Speak
Before Empty Hall
He  will  thus  be   able  to
with the problems justly.
deal
THERE SEEM TO BE a few empty seats wouldn't you
say? This is how the auditorium looke.d to the candidates
as" they   outlined  their   platforms   to   the   student
Studenty body?  ... Just count them!!!
body.
Quebec Premier
Receives Brief
OTTAWA, Feb. 19 (CUP) — Quebec Premier Antonio
Barrette will meet a student delegation in his office next Friday morning to discuss a new brief on education.	
altered   two" —
The brief was
weeks ago at an emergency
NFCUS regional meeting because of complaints from the
'University of Montreal about
the length.
It now asks for:
• A Royal Commission to
study every aspect of education,
• A criterion of talent rather
than finance for university entrance, with financial difficulties looked after by the province,
• A complete scholarship program instead of one whereby
the student must repay 40 per
cent of loans,
• An extension of thanks to
the premier for  certain legislation,    and   for   the   province's
change    of  ' attitude    towards
education.
Prior to  the alteration,  U of
SERVICE HELD
BY HILLEL
B'nia B'rith Hillel Foundation
of UBC will sponsor an inter-
faith Sabbath Service and Dinner
at Schara Tzedeck Synagogue.
Friday, February 26, 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 Hillel Foundation.
All students on campus are
welcome to attend. Tickets may
be' purchased in Hillel House
(directly behind Brock Hall).
M stated that more time was
needed to produce a fully researched document, and said it
would not support the former
brief because, "it was too short."
Most   universities   will   send
five representatives-to tbe premier's office Friday,-but McGill
i may send   only  three.   Bishop's
j University   disagreed with   the
J basic principles -of the brief.
Meanwhile, the federal government indicated in Ottawa yesterday that legislation to amend
the Federal-Provincial Tax Arrangement Act may be introduced soon.
The legislation will allow corporations an increase in tax
abatement fom 9 to 10 per cent.
The province has already announced that it will raise its
own corporation taxes by one
per cent to provide more aid for
its universities.
Quebec does not agree with
the granting of funds foe education by the federal government.
Some $42,000,000 now lays idle
because of this stand; $]26,000,-
000 held in trust by the National
Conference of Canadian Uiver-
sities, and $16,000,000 from the
Canada Council. The NCCU distributes the federal money to
the provinces at the rate of $1.50
per head.
By  GEORGE  RAILTON «-
The platform party far outnumbered the audience at the
AMS election speeches yesterday.
^    	
The AMS Election Committee,
possibly expecting a larger
crowd than the 40 odd voters
who turned up in Bu. 106 to
listen to the last group of election speeches, engaged the larger Auditorium for this slate's
speeches.
Their expectation's were ill-
founded.
Only eight students turned out
to hear the five candidates and
their seconds. '
Russ Brink regained his position as Co-Ordinator of Activities and John Goodwin took the
position of vice-president, both
by acclamation.
There are therefore only two
positions to be filled.
Dal Warren and Judy Jack
are running for the position of
Executive member and Patience
Ryan, Mir Huculak and Jim Pas-
dorf for UCC chairman.
The highlights of their
speeches were:
UCC  CHAIRMAN
Jim Pasdorf: he has the experience to handle the job and a
fairly adequate insight into the
various club problems.
Patience Ryan: Has the experience for the job. She will
not fight for radical changes in
council  government.
Mir Huculak: Wants a change
in the budgeting of! club monies.
He understands the problems as
he is a club president himself.
'tween classes
Activity Awards
The deadline for nominations for Honorable Activity-
Awards is Wednesday, February 24th. AH AMS members are eligible.
Ramblers Meet
Engineers in
Final Game
Thursday at 12:45 the Rami
biers will met a powerful Engineering Team in the Stadium
for the Annual Intramural Football Championship. Defending
champions Ramblers who are
undefeated in two years of play
are led by ex-Bombers Mike
Zlotnik, Bill Lindner, and Dave
Bristow.
Engineering, who were defeated earlier this year by Ramblers, have greatly improved
and should push the Ramblers
all the way with the aid of
speedy half back Willie (Fleming) Sproule and hard charging
end Fred Parkinson.
EXECUTVE MEMBER
Judy Jack: will keep up the
policy of an informed government. She will also press for
completion of plans for the construction of a modern student
union  building.
Del Warren: professed disgust
with the attendance at the election speeches. He would like to
see some changes in council.
Hemlines
Going Up?
This coming Thursday, Associated" Women Students present
their annual spring fashion show,
this year under the title of "Portrait in Pastels ... a. study of
Spring Fashion!" The show is being sponsored by the T. Eaton
Co., hair styles by Harold.
Ten lovely UBC co-eds will be
modelling the latest spring fashions, ranging from campus and
sports Wear to pretty formals and
evening wear.
The Alan LeCroix Quartet will
entertain and the winner of the
Ubyssey's Glamour Contest will
be announced. The show is being
convened by Miss Sharon Bernard, and the commentator is
Miss Sandra Shepherd.
The day . . . this Thursday,
February 15, two shows will be
presented at 12:30 and at 8:00.
Tickets are 50 cents and 75 cents
respectively, with tickets for the
afternoon show going on sale in
Brock Hall and the main floor of
Buchanan Tuesday noon.
Bring your friends, mothers,
boyfriends, professors, whatever
you caught on Sadie Hawkins
Day . . . Come and see if the hemlines really are going up this
year.
CAR DRIVERS
NEED PERMITS
In order to park in any feculty
or student parking lot it is neces-
sery to have a permit sticker on
the car.
A great many cars are now being lowed away because they ire
without lot stickers.
If you don't want to be liable,
pick up a student permit, free of
charge from the office of Buildings and Grounds.
Employment
Registration
To Be Held
Registration for summer employment will be held Wednes-
d ay, Thursday and Friday of this
v, eek at the University Personnel Office.
Frosh, Arts, Law and Graduate Students should register on
Wednesday.
Engineering, Pharmacy, Medicine, Social Work, Nursing,
Home Economics, Commerce,
Agriculture, Forestry and Architecture should register on Thursday.
Physical Education, Education
and remaining Arts may register on Friday.
The registration is primarily
for those who have not obtained
summer employment.
NEWMAN CLUB
STAGES PLAY
NEWMAN CLUB
The second annual Newman
production 'Playboy of the Western World" will be on stage this
Thurs. and Friday. Get you tickets now. Thursday, Feb. 25 is
election day. Ski Trip to Baker
this Sunday.
•f.    *f.    *(.
GAMMA DELTA
There will be a meeting at
12:30 noon on Wednesday, Feb.
24 in BU 227. Rev. C. Eifert will
speak on "Luther under pressure."
COMMONWEALTH CLUB
Commonwealth Club presents
Abdul Ranmar Pilus, Assistant
Undersecretary of State for
Malaya, speaking on Malay.
There will also be a film. Today
at noon in BU 102^ Free admission: "..;■'■■ .,-' .      ~       ■
' ff.        ff.     ■'■ rf.
BIOLOGY CLUB
A talk on "Application of diving in Biology" will be given by
Mr. Gordon Hartman, Research
Biologist for the B.C. Game
Commission, on Friday, Feb. .26
at 12:30 in Biological Sciences
2321.
•T* V V
S.C.M.
Dr. E. Peters ... Dept of
Metallurgy will speak on 'The
Principle of Indeterminancy and
the Faith." Tues. noon. Chem.
200.
•Jr •*• •*•
SOCCER
Practice today at noon on Mclnnes Field.
2f.3f.3f.
PHYSICS SOCIETY
Hear Dr. D. K. C. MacDonald,
Head of the Division of Pure
Physics—N.R.C, Ottawa, speak
today at noon in P 202. A film
will be shown.
**• *T*        •!•
s.cm;
Prof. T. Barnett will speak on
"What is a Student?" Wed. noon,
in Bu. 217. Also; Interdenominational Worship Service, SCM
Hut L5, Wed. 8 a.m. All welcome.
*JT T* •!•
FROSH UNDERGRAD
SOCIETY v.,
Last council meeting before
Frosh Week today at noon in Bu
320. Everyone out!
•*• V V
JAZZ SOCIETY
Jazz Week Events: Today —
Bob Smith lecture "Some Aspects of Jazz," Bu. 106 noon;
Tomorrow—Don Fraser's Chamber Jazz Septet, Aud. Noon. Admission 25c.
•T* V •¥■
COMMONWEALTH CLUB
Presents "Malaya." Mr. Abdul
Rahman Pilus, Assistant Secretary of State for Perak State
in Malaya, will be the speaker
—also film on Malaya. Free.
See 'TWEEN CLASSES
(Continued on Page 3)       •; fAGE TWO
THE UBYSSEY
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MEMBER CANADIAN UNIVERSITY PRESS
Published three times a week throughout the University year in Vancouver
fcy the Publieations Board of the Alma Mater Society, University of B.C.
Bditorlal 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.Cj.
Telephones: Editorial offices, AL. 4404; Locals 12, 13 and 14;
Business offices, AL. 4404; Local 15.
Editor-in-Chief: R. Kerry White
Associate Editor „ Elaine Bissett
Managing Editor Del Warren
News Editor John Russell
C.U.P. Editor Irene Frazer
Club's Editor . Wendy Barr
Features Editor Sandra Scott
Head Photographer '. Colin Landie
Photography Editor Roger McAfee
T»f    UBYSSEY
Tuesday, February 24, 196ft
LETTERS  TO  THE   EDITOR
fT SENIOR EDIT.OR: Morley Shorri
F STAFF: George Railfon, pianne Greenall, Mary Lou,
Ed Lavelle, Frank' Findenigg, Miriam Roberts.
f
f
Yeah, you there in the blue blazer.
Did you help break the record?
[:' Did you discourage someone from running for Stu-
• dents' Council so we could break the record. So we could
{■■■ have six acclamations in thirteen tries?
I Are you  one of the  councillors whpm I  overheard
I   discussing how they had talked someone out of running
[   for a position that was later acclaimed?
- - *      .
I Did   you  maintain   your   ivory-tower   neutrality   by
I   openly supporting a candidate—or  by  grooming  a  sub-
|T ordinate expressly for your job?
I" You did. Well, good for you—you're one of the crowd.
[ Stick around—maybe  next year we'll have thirteen
|   acclamations.   What   an   achievement   —   keeps   the silly
j   students out of the whole business.
I Look how we've progressed in recent years:
Pres Vete for
Candidates     President
Year       Acclamation
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
none
1 (UCC)
1 (Treas)
4 (MAA Sec Treas
USC)
6 (ad nauseam)
3 3201
1 & 2 goons    3267
3 4003
9 (ad more nauseam)    1/2
4,000   plus
acclaimed
3-/2
Actually, not all of the councillors are worried about
keeping their ivory tower exlusive. Some of them really
tried to round up more candidates.
They got only twenty-four.
Why so few? It's easy—you combine the Council's
fear that one of the naughty non-Brock types might get
on council with the bloc support of the Greeks for one
candidate and then multiply by student apathy and bingo,
you've got the answer.
FRED FLETCHER.
■A]h Open Xetter
With Reference to the Dignity
of Man.
■    Each one of us has his, or her,
; own set of values.   It is as erroneous for one  individual to
maintain the singular truth of
his values as it is for another
to reduce their moral worth to
nothing with one derisive gesture.    Upon this, it is believed,
most people will agree.
.With the above in mind an
apology is presently in order.
It has been moved, seconded
and approved, not only unanimously but without hesitation,
that: "A letter be written by
the local student branch of the
Engineering Institute of Canada to the student body of the
UBC   apologizing   to   all those
whose sensibilities suffered by
being forced to view the recent Engineer's  "Pep-meet."
This is in no way to be construed as either a condemnation or a condonation of those
responsible for the pep-meet.
Neither does this refer to any
individual who was free to
leave and yet chose to remain.
It is, however, a strong censure
of those amongst us who have
not yet learned to respect the
views and -beliefs of others.
Therefore, as representatives
of the Engineering Profession
in Canada, the undersigned present their humble apologies.
C. HECKLING, Pres.
D. NICHOLSON, Sect'y.
R. PARKER, Member
Editor,
The Ubyssey,
Dear Sir:
It is with a certain amount
of unhappiness that I read of
the reports of the Academic
Symposium published in Tuesday's edition of the Ubyssey.
However, there is an element
of truth in the opinions expressed in these articles. But lest
any reader should suppose that
these reports represent the
whole spirit of the Symposium,
I would hasten to correct this
view. This I do because I feel
it is necessary to state that each
view expressed in the articles
is a personal reflection of one's
own part he or she played in
the Symposium.
You might well ask, what is
the Academic Symposium trying to do? I believe this depends on two factors. Firstly,
to a greater or lesser extent,
the original purpose is already
outlined in the programme of
topics; in which the two panels
directed our discussion. Thereafter, the success or failure of.
the Symposium depended on
the individual's motive for attending, and his own contribution while at Parksville. There,
fore, if the general discussion
amounted to what one of your
reviewers calls "a pile of garbage," he has only himself to
blame—unless it may be that
he was not even there.
If someone said somethin'g
with which there were genuine
grounds for disagreement and
yet we all sat mute—who >vas
to blame but you who disagreed? If we awoke sickly
tired on a beautiful Sunday
morning, who's fault was it.
No, not the other fellow's, but
yours, and yours alone. It is
about time we learned to accept responsibility for our own
actions.
Those who came to the Symposium with the intention of.
having a "Cacophany" (and
some did) had just that.
If you felt the Symposium
had lost its purpose, then surely you are at fault. But others
came, I believe, with a sincere,
desire to participate in the purpose of the Symposium—the informal discussion of University
life.
We all enjoyed ourselves, but
the means of enjoyment was not
always the same. What you as
an individual "got out of it"
was up to you. And regarding
the results, if there are no constructive results, then who is
to blame?
Sincerely,
Peter R. Bugg.
•HKDSMp
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and   European   travel —
Conducted tours in cent-
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including    the    Soviet
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and restaurants — Summer   schools   and   work
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The Editor,
The Ubyssey,
Dear Sir:
Respect for law could well
come to be considered lunatic
if its representatives continue
to indulge what appears to be
an almost criminally irresponsible sense of humour.
I refer, of course, to the ludicrous spectacle, last Tuesday,
of two R.C.M.P. officers chasing a motorized cart down the
mall, siren wailing and red
lights flashing. They completed
this well-staged farce by taking away two students (and the
cart) with them.
Such bufoonery constitutes
an attack on the dignity of their
position.
D. Sigurgeirson,
Arts III
ies from friends.
If the hypocrisy of your letter is an indication of your
moral code, I shudder to think
of the upbringing some children will receive in the years
to come.
Yours truly,
Doug Rebagliate
2nd Engineering
Editor,
The Ubyssey.
Dear Sir:
To the Joan Haggerty's
Ho-Hum, more slander.
Your kind is either puritanical or hypocritical. (I will assume the latter as the former
are relatively rare.) It has
often been pointed out that
those who cry out the loudest
on moral issues are usually the
ones with the guiltiest consciences. Also, I haven't heard
of many girls "who aren't interested in hearing "dirty"
stories. The stories aj; the Pep
Meet were only acted as well
as told. Are you ashamed by
the reality of your own
thoughts?
I should think you would
feel lucky in being able to attend the Pep Meet, not many
females have had the privilege.
Your popularity, too, ought to
go up as you will probably he
the center of many eager quer-
The Classic.... *
Glenayr
The Editor,
The Ubyssey.
Dear Sir:
I am surprised at the scanty
coverage given the soapbox
orators. Frankly I think soap-
boxing is a damned good idea
and worthy of support by stu--
dents and Ubyssey alike. Personally, I'd like to see it become traditional, for the thinking students on this campus to
get up on their boxes ?t
"Speakers' Corner" every
Thursday and sound off on
anything' and   everything.
Freedom is the basis of
democracy; thought,- the basis
of a University. Let's stimulate both. Oh, and children-
leave your garbage in the
Brock, that's not the nasty old
Communist on the soapbox—■
he's gone home.
P. B.  Marson.
Student or Teacher
required for summer holiday
to act as caretaker (watchman) in "Frontier Town" at
Cultus Lake (now being constructed). Cabin supplied and
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light duties. Applicants with
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B412
 ■      ' I I ■ II    I Tuesday, February 23, 1969
THE    UBYSSEY
PAGEimm.
„#■•*,   \
Model Parliament
Opened By Mayor
_. "I KNOW they need more residences, but this hole has a high handicap already."
Mayor T. A. Alsbury, repre- j
senting the Governor-General,
read the Speech from the throne
as the House of Commons of the
Model Parliamnt opened last
night in Brock Lounge.
Today in Brock Lounge commencing at 12:30 the government will present two bills to
the Commons. The first will deal
with defence and the latter will
deal with Trade.
At 7 p.m. Wednesday, the last
day of the session, four private
member's bills will be presented
to the house.
The Socreds are presenting a
bill proposing the annexation of
the Yukon to B.C.
The   Tories   plan   an   amend
ment to the BNA Act making Ontario, Manitoba and New Brunswick bi-lingual.
The CCF have drawn up a bill
to provide a rehabilitation program  for drug  addicts.
The Communist bill has not
yet been announced.
'TWEEN CLASSES
(Continued from Page  1) __
SAILING CLUB
General meeting, Bu. 220,
Thursday noon. The constitutional amendments to be voted
on are posted in the club room.
3ft if. 3ft
PRE  MED  SOCIETY
Presents Dr. J. M. Teasdale
and Dr. M. D. Young who will
discuss the 'Challenge of Providing Facilities for Child
Care." Wed. Feb. 24, Wesbrook
100,   12:30. Everyone  Welcome.
*T* *T*        "X*
PHYSICS SOCIETY
Hear Dr. D. K. MacDonald,
N.R.C. "The Specific Heat of
Electricity." 12:30 in Physics
200, today.
]      | V        V        •*•■
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
ORGANIZATION
Meeting Wed 12:40,  Hut. L4.
All are welcome.
i   . *     *     #
MATH £LUB
The Math Club will meet in
the Bu. Penthouse on Wed. at
8:00 p.m. Dr. Restrepo will speak
on Putman problems.
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ROD & GUN
No shooting tonight. See this
column for a new night.
N.V.C.
General meeting at 12:30 in
Bu. 205. Re-election, all Members attend.
if.      if.      if.
NESII VARSITY
General    meeting    Bu.     205,
Thurs. Feb. 25. Re-elections.
PRE  MED  SOCIETY
All members are invited by
the Society of Bacteriology to
hear Dr.  Ford  from  the  G. F.
Strong research Jab, discuss the
"Place of Muroliolgy in the
Field of Arthritis," Fri., Feb.
26, Wesbrook 100 12:30. Everyone welcome.
ff.fif.3f.
CARIBBEAN STUDENTS
ASSN.
The annual Carnival Fiesta
will be held Fri., Feb. 26, in the
Pender Aud. There will be
dancing, a floor show, and prizes
for costumes. Music will be supplied by the Steel Band.
A General Meeting of the Association has been called for
Feb. 25, for the purpose of revising the constitution. A copy
of the proposed constitution will
be available for inspection in
the club room.
3ft        3ft        3ft
PRE  MED SOCIETY
Presents another film in the
Pediatrics Series "Growing UP,"
featuring the ten and twelve
year olds. Tuesday, Feb. 23,
Bio. Sci. 2000, 12:30.- Everyone
welcome. Free.
Motz & Wozny
548 Howe St       MU 3-4715
Custom Tailored Suits
for Ladies and Gentlemen
Gowns and Hoods
Uniforms
Double breasted suits
modernized in the new
single breasted styles.
Special Student Rates
varsity
theatre
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LAST TIMES TODAY
The  Unusual  and
Compelling   Drama
"THE NUN'S STORY"
starring Audrey Hepburn
_
Feb. 24th - March 1st
2 FIRST RUN FEATURES
Ian Carmichael - Alastair Sim
In The Riotous  Comedy  Hit
"LEFT,  RIGHT   and
CENTRE"
9:15 only
PLUS
The Exciting Drama
"WHIRLPOOL"
7:36 only
One Complete Show
Commencing 7:30 p.m.
COMING   SOON
"THE FOLIES BERGERE"
.!
NEWMAN DRAMA GROUP
Presents
T. M. SYNGE'S
The Playboy of the Western World"
at
little Mower Academy Auditorium
4195  Alexandra  St.
FEB. 25 - 26
Students   50-c 8:00  p.m. Adults   75c
Tickets: A.M.S.   Office
1
Earl E. Riser
(Ag. 51)[says;
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•:c
FILMSOC
For Students Ano Stmt OnlvJ
g
At last Hollywood has had
the guts to make a film
condemning
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lough a straight furrow
In my finances with a .
Jfei$D$Ll§N9uing Account at.. v |OMjj
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Your Campus Branch in the Administration Bldg.
MERLE C. KIRBY. Manager
o big step on the road to success is on early banking eoTtfef'on
and
McCarthyism
Storm
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HAVE YOU
THE GUTS
TO SEE IT?
This is the only film the
DECENCY has condemned
CATHOLIC   LEGION   %3
for non-obscene reasons.
SEE IT AND
SEE IF YOU
(HEAVEN   FORBID)
AGREE WITH
THEM
A.M.S* Elections
• PRESIDENT, U.C.C.
# EXECUTIVE MEMBER
Advance Poll — Tuesday, February 23rd
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
SOUTH BROCK  11:30 - 3:30 p.m.
FORT & ACADIA CAMPS    5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
MEN'S RESn>ENCE COMMON BLOCK     5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Polling Booths — Wednesday, February 24th
BROCK SOUTH, BROCK NORTH, CAFETERIA, BUS STOP
ENGINEERING BUILDING, EDUCATION BUILDING,
BUCHANAN, BUCHANAN BREEZEWAY,
V.Q.H. NURSES' RESIDENCE, LIBRARY •PAGE FOUR
THE    UBYSSEY
Tuesday, February 24, 1960
Candidates Statements
UCC PRESIDENT
MIR HUCULAK
The clubs at university play
an important role in broadening
our education. We therefore
must have a strong and smooth
running club system. In order
to achieve this streamlined system, which was lacking in the
past year, I propose to:
1.   Cut   down   the    expendi
tures of the clubs by allowing
them to raise their own money
through various functions,
which at present they are not
allowed to do.
2. Seek better office and meeting space for clubs.
3. Completely overhaul the
financing system with the
A.M.S. in regards to clubs so
that they could have better and
EATON'S
"Portrait
in
Pastels"
A Spring Fashion
Presentation
Just for You !
Sponsored by   the Associated
Women Students, University
©£ British Columbia    •
AT BROCK HALL
Thursday, February 25th at
one o'clock p.m., and again at
8:0© p.m.
Commentator;
Miss Sandra Shepherd
Convener:
Miss Sharon Bernard
Fashions:
Co-ordinated by EATON'S
easier monetary control.
4. Establish regular meetings
with  club presidents.
5. Lend projection and music
equipment free to the  clubs.
In order to carry out this reform I need your support. I
promise to do my very best and
will devote my energy in carrying  out your wishes.
Thank you.
MIR HUCULAK.
JIM PAPSDORF
"Apathy! Deadwood!" — Today's adjectives of the student.
But, do the complainers take
action?!? The position of U.C.C.
President permits the holder to
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something. Let's aim for greater
liason between the various clubs
and the U.C.C.
What of the Brock Extension
—are all clubrooms efficiently
used? Could the bookstore be
student owned and operated
with_no,profit? These are a few
of the areas I intend to concern
myself with if elected
JIM PAPSDORF.
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that I am qualified for this position. I have a knowledge of the
overall problems of club activities, and of some of the specific
problems of individual clubs.
I.will make only one promise,
and that is I will endeavour to
work always for the best interests of the University clubs, and
to promote their interests on
Student Council.
EXECUTIVE
MEMBER
DEL WARREN
It is with great pleasure that
1 accept the opportunity to run
for Executive Member.
The word "Ombudsmann," a
Scandanavian term, sums up my
platform. We might translate
this term to mean "the warding
student's rights." The Ombudsmann, created in Sweden 150
years ago, preforms the function
of investigating complaints by
the individual against the acts
of officials and . government departments. I believe that the
Executive Member should base
his actions on the philosophy of
the Ombudsmann because there
is always the danger of individual rights being sacrificed
when any organization grows to'
the size of U.B.C.
JUDY  JACK
If   elected  I  will   endeavour:
1. To continue to convey by
correspondence or by brief, the
Student Body deliberations to
members of the Legislative Assembly with the intent of
keeping the Government informed of University activities and
further requirements.
2. To present Student views
to the Faculty Committee on
adequate parking.
3. To press for the completion
of plans and construction of a
large   modern   Student   Union
i Buildinb,    sufficient    for     the
! needs of the future,  and incor-
'< porating    a    cafeteria,    student
j rooms,  and a complete College
!Shop.
j Sincerely,
| JUDY JACK.
Seconders
Statement
JUDY JACK
Executive member is a position requiring a person highly
charged with energy and an intense interest in all facets of
student activity. This member
must possess the spark to generate electric interest in a wide
variety of student problems. In
seconding the nomination of
Judy Jack for this position I am
convinced she has these qualifications.
Judy has served as Frosrt
Council Vice-President, U.S.C.
representative, Home coming
committee secretary, NFCUS
secretary and WAD member,
and in these positions gained
wide experience in coping with
the problems facing U.B.C. students.
It is with sincere belief in
Judy's abilities that I recommend her as your Executive
member of council.
DON NORTH.
Editor's Note:
The seconder's statement
appearing above is printed in
today's paper because the
elections committee decided
to give Miss Jack until Friday noon to prove her eligibility. For this reason her
seconder's statement coold
not appear in Friday's
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