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 THE UBYSSEY
Hume 33
VANCOUVER, B.C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1955
Number 22
arade  Death   Accidental
Coroner's Jury Makes
Decision At Inquest
LU Raps
hrum For
tatement
| A statement by Dr. Gordon
irum, calling the Tim Buck
sting "good clean fun" was
Iiarply criticized Tuesday by
e Civil Liberties executive.
One outraged executive mem-
■r said: "This is a terrible
Ing for a member of the fac-
ty to say. The statement is
itrageous. Jn fact it just plain
inks."
litest of the executive Joined
criticism of the statement.
| A resolution calling for action
prevent recurrences  of the
biting was passed by the group.
IESS CHARGES
It read: "Whereas Civil Rights
the   form   of   Freedom   of
Ipeech   were   denied   at   Tim
nek's    meeting    we    strongly
rge the student council to press j
larges   against   those   respon- j        Charges may be laid against four students who LPP club
le for the pelting and to take i officials say took part in a platform fray following Tim Buck's
fective  steps   to  prevent   the mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm—mmm—mm^mmm speech November 1.
Investigation committee—under chairman Dave Hemphill—
is gathering evidence on pclters
and students taking part in the
post-meeting fray.
REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICE
Ut GYMNASIUM SATURDAY
A Remembrance Day Service will be held at 10:45
a.m., Saturday, November 11, in the War Memorial Gym.
President N. A. M. MacKenzie and Rev. William Deans,
president of the 196th Western Universities Battalion
Association, will speak at the service, and Rev. John Grant
of Union College and UNTD Protestant Chaplain, will
officiate.
The Hon. Sherwood Lett, Chancellor of UBC, will lay
a wreath for the University.
Recently completed; "Roll of Service in the First
World War" will be presented by Dr. Earle Birney to
President MacKenzie, who will place it in the glass case
beside the "Roll of Service in the Second World War."
The three Services on campus will attend in full
strength and provide a composite Honor Guard as well
as Sentries at the Haques.
ill!
Investigation Committee
May Prosecute Rioters
A six-man Coroner's Jury Wednesday brought down i
verdict of "accidental death" in an inquest into the death of
Jon McArthur, 16, who fell from the Publications Boards*
Homecoming parade float November 5.
The Jury recommended that j
'twtin clatMi
in future parades, where open
vehicles are used, provisions be
afforded to ensure the safety of
passengers.
The Jury added that passengers should not be allowed on the
floats after the parade has
ended.
It was pointed out at the inquest that the Fourth Avenue
Diversion, scene of the tragedy,
is banked to the left, instead
of to the right, where the road
curves to the right.
AFTER PARADE
The  accident   occurred  at   2, _.,.«. „
p.m. Saturday afternoon after j from England, Germany. France
the Homecoming parade. The! and 1MV and Canadian students
truck, driven by Smith, rounded I who have felled in these
curve on the Fourth Avenue' countr.es will give Information
and discuss experiences concern*
Visual Arts to   •
Make Mobiles
VISUAL   ARTS   CLUB -will
make mobiles Thursday noon in
the Fine Arts Gallery Wora>
shop.
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INTERNATIONAL  MO USB
Club meeting Friday, Nov. U,
8 p.m. in the club hut. "Travelling In Europe" Native students
PUBSTERS   URGENT
Iscourteous action from recur
jn«."
jcopy of the resolution  will   mM„„u+ uoae\msroaOk m tt
forwarded   to   flit   student mtRllmiNVW11UUA I
Imncil.
Earlier, Social Credit execu-
Ive member Michael Audain
jireatened to call off the proved campus speech of Premier
A. C. Bennett unless council
juld give assurances that
fakers will not be attacked.
Audain called the student at-
»ek  "an  outrage"  and  threat-
ied to boycott, the campus by
I'Hhholding all big name Socred
soakers.
Social Credit  club  president
A   Smith,   however,   said   he
I)\t students had "enough sense"
ot to pelt a member of the
overnment.
Liberal- club    Vice-president
)e   '    "
llub will continue to invite top
liberal leaders "without, fear"
\t such incidents.
There will be a meeting of
all Ubyssey staffers today ai
noon in tht tastefully-decor*
ated Ubyssey offieei.
Editor-in-Chief Stan Beck
stressed tha urgency of the
meeting.
"It's urgent." he said.
i a
> diversion, and passenger Jon
I McArthur fell from the float,
j and under the wheels of an on-
i coming B.C. Electric bus. He
| was killed almost instantly.
Also thrown from the truck
and under the bus was fourth-
year Arts student Margie McNeil. Her injuries are described
Committee   will   meet   withjas     -serious,    but   superficial'
LPP chief Jim  MacFarlan and I Hospital officials say her condi-
ing travelling. Informal meeting
afterwards.
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WEST   INDIAN   STUDENTS
will hold a social evening on
Saturday, Nov. 12 at Interna*
tional House. The short programme will Include a short
discussion period of problems
of mutual interest to Canadian
former   LPP   president   Archie j tion is "good". jBnd Wefit India,ns 7     ? *       !
McGugan Monday  night  in  an   ERRONEOUS REPORT j dancing to Lat'n A™*riCJY".
effort   to  get  names   of   other |     Miss  McNeil  did  not   suffer i Caly.8°. rocorls    A11  student8
Unique Dance
To   Feature
Free  Co-eds
students involved. i two broken legs and a fractured j £rG   lnvlted
A suggestion to invite faculty J skull,   as   erroneously   reported '    p,m
members   Dr.   Gordon   Shrum j in a downtown newspaper Mon
and Dean G. C. Andrew to present their views on the meeting
was vetoed by the committee.
UCC  President  Al Thackray
—who   laid   the   original   corn-
Starting   time   is
day.
Passengers on the float, in addition to the two casualties,
were: Marie Gallagher. Arts II;
Wally Lightbody, Arts TV; Les-
plaint—said he  was  "satisfied" j lie Milligan, a downtown steno-
, now that the Investigation com-j grapher;   and   Marilyn   Smith,
mittee is gathering information ! Arts I, Rod Smith's sister,
on the incident. j     Funeral services for Jon Mc
"If charges  are  pressed,  we; Arthur will be held today at 3
UBC campus will be looking j
rek  Mason   said  the" Liberal! even, p,'etUer1tha"   ^ T | m«y   be  able  to   deter  further j p.m.   at   Nunn   and   Thompson
the   long  weekend,  with   three, conduct of thgt kind „ Thackray j Funeral Chapel   Tonth at Cam-
hundred  American  co-eds  stay- j „„„„,„^„„, j
concluded.
FCUS Plans
look Tax Cut
NFCUS will carry on this year
■ pilv  criticism.   National   Fed-
•rati'in   of   Canadian   University!
■li'iiC'  committer   voted   Wod-
liesd.i;.'   to   press   for   removal   of
live percent  provincial sales tax
III i    li -xl    iiook ..
Three   To   Face   Student
Court   Re   Invasion   Spree
TS    also   plan*
!    book   prices.
a   survey
ing here for thc Pacific Northwest Grasshockey Conference,     j
Men students can  moot these
healthy    females    at    a    dance!
which is being held in their hon-:
or   in   the   Brock   on   Saturday;
night.
The    Grasshockey   team   say lni'oe  students  stand   trial   Tuesday   for  "conduct
Hint    everybody     is    welcome .'coming a UBC student" at the Bellingham invasion.
"Stay" men are especially need-;     They face a maximum penally ;
ed. Admission is fifty cents, and | of a  $fi,00   fine each,
a good percentage nf unattached'      AMS  investigation  commit lee
blondes can he expected. is   withholding   the   names   but
The Ubyssey made a survey . say the students are the same
of virile young men on the cam-' ones arrested, charged and fined
pus and   found lhal   the  visitor's   by   Bellingham  police.
Investigation committee will
recommend leniency for the
throe   students   who   were   fined
in be-
LECTURES, IABS NOT
CANCELLED SATURDAY
a   great  deal  of   in
'I'll.
•i'.jiMi   ruled   lo  dil'eel   its
li'V.   i ri i   one   project     -ul i -
t■'■   mi   'K   fur   t.'lU'   slu
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are  catism;.
teres!.
Said Rob Johannes, "This
dance sounds great, somebody
should have though! of it before
Al Foiro-g notorious campus
wil; "I have ah* a \ , hern in
lav. air of clo -.it ivlai ii ris wi 11:
the     >; i i \'i I      iioi • Ji I h ■ i ii'     to     Ilu
Shui'l'M-l   coram
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a   lolal   of   Siao   on   charge
intoxication    and    rcsisling
r--sl.
Thr\    will   urge   that   the
club   be    reprimanded    for
i oa> ■   oi    I Is   Hell im'.i'iiim   im a
111 vi rl ia eg.
T: ie   ." i'i i ip  will   also   in	
ill,    pr:        be   i .\ cb i rl i .(I   I com
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The Ubyssey regretfully
wishes to announce lectures
and labs will be hold Saturday as usual.
The libvary will also observe its regular hours. The
university will bo closed Friday,   Rr.'inembi aiua:   Dry.
For those not yet rcrovcvdcl
from the Phia-bo iv\' f,; i i n h 1 it
is supoer.led Ho.J they t.dcc a
mixture oi enq n.'lrto, bibasrn
sauce and im moo ju'o.o b.'l'ca'e
aiionding   rla..se-.
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PHRATERES FORMAL tonight In Brock Hall. Tickets on
sale at noon. Phrateres Room.
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SCM PRESENTS Rev. Ted
Johnston Friday at noon in Art9
102. This lecture is of special
interest to Presbyterian students
but all are welcome.
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FOREST CLUB presents Mr.
Van Perry, Tuesday noon in FG
100, on the topic "Stick Your
Boots on the Desk and Get
Rich."
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SOCIAL   CREDIT   general
meeting in  A208 Tuesday noon.
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SCM PRESENTS Dr. Temple
Kingston on Monday at noon in
AlOt) on "Christianity and Existentialism."
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INDIA   STUDENTS   Assncia-
lion will hold a general meeling
in   A20()  today   noon.   All  members  are   requested   to  abend,
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FENCING    CLUB    general
meel ing  al   noon   loday   in   Arts
207. All members please altera),
.y.        .v.       if.
PARLIAMENT AH Y    FORUM
noon    hour   debate    on    S'indav
"liver.   Arts   100.
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I'   An-, o. THE mfaVYStSEY
MEMBER CANADIAN UNIVERSITY PRISS
Authorized a* second clan mall, Pott Office Department,
Ottawa.
Student aubtcrlptlom $1.20 per year (Included In AMS feet). Mall
subscriptions $2.00 per year. Single copies five cents. Published
tn VSneeuver throughout the University year by the Student
Publications Board of the Alma Mater Society, University of
British Colombia. Editorial opinions expressed herein are those
of the editorial stalf« of the Ubyssey, and not necessarily these of
the Alma Meier Society or th* Uni versity. Letters to die Editor
•hould not be more than 190 words. The Ubyssey reserves the right
to cut lettest, and cannot guarantee publication of all letters
receijaed.
BDIJMUIWOIIIEF STAiTtlY MCKi
Managing Editor..Red Smith
Peaiuie Edtter,. Mike A***
Atstatsas City Cditoe. Val Hal#-»fwra'
CUP Editor  Jean Whiteside
Reporters end Desk; Rosemary Kent-Barber, Len Davis, Al
Forrest, Jossle Bouillins, Phil Gardiner)' Bruee Taylor,
Uports Reporters: Rey Haines, Al Broad, Bruce AHardyce,
Dwayne Erickson.
SENIOR EDITOR BOB JOHANNES
Offices ln BKxk Hell fer Display Advertising
Phone ALma  128$
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City Editor Sandy Reat pus reps.: Miss Marjorie Dux-
Sports EcUtoe-.Mike Olasplc bury, Arte; Noel Beitnet-Alder,
THE UBYSSEY
Thursday, November 10, 1WS
Com.
¥     ¥     *
WANTED
Phone ALma 1614
Duty
(Redftntttd trom the University Hatchet, Waaaiaftoa, D.C.)
A serious menace stalks our land, invading and corroding
the kinds of men]
It is the fear of being different.' The fear of speaking or
thinking unusual thoughts.
This insidious fear is being perpetrated in such cases as the
guilt-by-association ones involving Landy and the suspicion
of men like Owen Lattimore, who dared to speak his mind and
see two sides lo a question.
It is the sort of thing that leads the mayor of Baltimore
to publish a list of undesueable books which he would like to
see banned from the Baltimore book stores.
Jt is evident when professors tell their classes that there
are two sides to every question except Communism that is
Wholly bad. Statements such as these forstall any sort of study
of just exactly what makes Communism seem attractive to
people of other nations.
Statement* such as these build one more rung to the ladder
of dose-mindedness which we are creating for ourselves in
this country.
It is up to us as college students to see that our minds
remain open, that we not suspect a man simply because, like
Lattimore, he attempted to explain some of the reasons why
Asian countries were attracted by Communism. Or men like
Landy just because he happened to be associated with his
mother. Here in the United States men's minds must be open,
or democracy fails, tor democracy depends on each man being
informed, and men will not be informed if they are afraid to
think.
We must believe in the preaching of Thomas Jefferson
when he said that truth in the market place would defeat untruth if they could stand face to face and battle.
If we allow ourselves to become afraid that something we
say or do may be suspect, we are helping our nation to become
as bad as a communistic one, for we will be dealing with
fascism.
It always seems that such things are not possible. But if
we keep on suspecting people for having suspect mothers,
we can grow into accepting the reporting of parents by children,
of brothers by sisters, just as Hitler so effectively demonstrated.
No longer will men be judged as individuals, which is the
basis of democracy.
Late "model Cadillac convert*
lble leaves 10th and Alma every
morning: for 8:80's. Passengers
Carol Gregory, Barbara
Schwenk, Val Haig-Brown, occasionally Blonde from Bank of
Montreal. Will accept more passengers. Men — this is an opportunity you can* afford to
miss! Conteet Len Davit, AL.
1946-R.
¥     ¥     ¥
Typing " and Mimeographing.
Accurate work, reasonable rates.
Florence Oow, 4456 W. 10th.
Phone ALma. 3682.
Expert typing done at home.
CEdar 9607.
Typing dotie at home. Neat
accurate work. Phone MA. 7004.
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ROOM AND BOARD
Room and board for male
student. 4536 W. 13th. ALma
0168-L.
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Room and breakfast—$25.00.
Light housekeeping facilities,
private entrance and phone.
Located 10th Ave. West of Alma.
Phone AL. 1643R.
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Inside University gates—room
available for female student.
Kitchen facilities. Close to Ao-
adia Camp. AL. 0704-R, 5306
Kings Rd.
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FOR SALE
'39 Pontiac, excellent condition, rebuilt transmission, tires,
motor, body tups! Real value—
4242 Kitchener, GL. 2927-R
(days), EX. 2984.
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1949 Morris Oxford in good
condition. $294. See it at the
rear of Union College, UBC.
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LOST
White "Watermans" fountain
pen with "Nancy Morrison" engraved on pen.
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Last Thursday in cafe—black
lighter, initials G.G. Finder
please call YO. 7920. Reward.
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One   pair   of   ladies'   brown-
rimmed glasses  in  brown  case.
We are thankful that there is yet opposition to such prac- [ Finder please phone MA. 7401.
tices. Landy has been granted a commission and Lattimore
has been cleared, but only after long and torturous debate
over questions which should never have been asked in a democratic nation.
We hope that, as college students, given the opportunity
of higher and broader learning, this studeni. body will fight
to remain a part of the still democratic group that believes in
free inquiry, and does not. sink into the morass of fascist
preaching' that is rampant in jur country today.
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Black covered address book.
First entry begins, "Advertising
Displays . . .". If found, please
call Gerry at CH   2H79, evgs.
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FOUND
On University Blvd. — One
ladies' purse containing a pair
of glasses. Can be clcfmcd at
the Acadia  Camp dining room.
Stud*** Rentals
Largest stock of late model portable and standard typewriters for rent 3 months $12.50. Rental applied oft
purchase price.
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COCA-COIA ITO. Goes
By ROSEMARY KJ5NT.BARBEB
"Yes, we've got between SO and 50 thousand maps up
here." The competent looking librarian was speaking.
Miss Doreen Taylor, in charge
of UBC's Map Room needs to be
competent. Because the act oi
cataloging and arranging thousands and thousands of maps
so that even a reporter can find
one jn two minute* Hat (timed
by myself) must surely be difficult.
But Miss Taylor has done it
and the results are truely astonishing.
EXAMPI&
Did you know, for example,
that you could locate any one of
two thousand maps of B.C simply
by looking it up in a catalogue?
That most of the maps owned
toy the University are in flat,
labeled drawers in the Map
Boom?
If you answered "No" to either
of these question go inlo
the Riddingtpn beading Room
this afternoon and - jasfc -foe the
-Map Room. You don't need a
stack pass but yen do need a
SlbraYiasfc—to work the staff el*
avatar for you.  '
There is no entrance to the
Map Room from the stacks.
MAPS
Once you are there yeu can
just wander around, opening
drawers and looking at, say, the
600 maps of Hungary, or you
can pounce on a particular map,
and carry it off to one of the
convenient tables that are scattered around.
'Sorry,"   says    Miss   Taylor,
»   "but all maps must remain  in
the room." But if students know
exactly which  map they want
they can ask for it at the Rid-
Intramural
Schedules
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
Thursday, Nov. 10. 12:30 —
Kappas vs. Chinese Varsity;
Thetas vs. Phrateres 3; 12:55^-
Alpha Phi A vs. Wesbrook C;
VCF vs. Nursing; 12:05—Gam-
ma Phi A vs. Wesbrook A; Phys
Ed. vs. Phrateres 5; 1:50—ADP
B   vs.   VOC;   Home   Ec.   A  vs.
Monday, Nov. 14. 12:30—Bollert B vs. Delta Gamma; Alpha
Gamma vs. Wesbrook B; 12:55—
Maclnnis C vs. Phrateres 4;
Commerce vs. Home Ec. B.
Tuesday, Nov. 15, 12:30 —
Chinese Varsity vs. Aggies;
Phrateres 1 vs. Phrateres 7;
12:55—Alpha Phi A vs. Kappa;
Phrateres 6 vs. Maclnnis A.
WOMENS
INTRAMURAL HOCKEY
Monday, Nov. 14 — Gamma
Phi vs. A-D. Pi B. Tuesday, Nov.
15 — Thetas vs. Phrateres 3.
Wednesday. Nov. 18—Phys Ed.
vs. Kappas. All matches start at
12:45.
* MEN'S
INTRAMURAL SOCCER
Monday, Nov. 14 — Newman
vs. Fiji; ATC vs. D.U A; Kappa
Sig vs. Forestry. Tuesday, Nov.
15—Zeta Psi vs. Beta; Teacher
Training vs. Commerce. Wednesday, Nov. 16—Anglican Col-
lego vs. Zeta Beta Tau; Psi U.
vs. Eng. 1. Friday, Nov. 18 —
P.E. vs. Phi Delt; open for postponed games.
MEN'S VOLLEYBALL
Monday. Nov. 14 — Kappa
Sig B vs. Eng. C: Beta B vs.
Sigma Chi A; P.E. B vs. Psi U:
Aggies B vs. Ens. D; ZBT vs.
RUS; Phi Kappa Pi vs. VOC.
Tuesday, Nov. 15—Phi Delt
A vs. Eng. L; P.E. C vs. Pre-
Med; Aggies A vs, Zeta Psi; Eng.
2 vs. Pharmacy B; Ex-Kelowna
vs. Alpha Omega; Alpha Delta
A vs. Eng. 3.
dington Jteom desk end work at
it in that reading eoom.
LIBRARY
•One of the most Interesting
maps and certainly the largest
is an enormous map of the world
donated by the U.S. Library of
Congress.
About IB by nine feet in sise
lt takes nine big sheets to make,
MP this map. It shows the time*
zones, general relief, altitudes
and nautical shipping routes ell
to • fractional scale of 1:11,000,-
000 wWokesGeography students
knew ise pretty trig scale.
* UBO map room is open every
morasag except Tuesdays and
Thtssaeaifs and'every afternoon
from 2:30 till 5:30. Miss Taylor
or ans- Other librarian will be
.gladteehowrou around.
"•wjf"™»w»m
Cloedr with sunn* teles vela
provided by the prospsets of
the holiday weekend. Winds
light. High 52. Lew Ai.
ememeset
Alpha Gams
Hold Cabaret
November 10 will see the
Commodore Cabaret reverberating with tht thunder of dancing, prancing chorus girls* both
long and short, me Alpha Gamma
Delta sorority present their annual cabaret,
A raffle will be held. All proceeds will go to the Cerebral
Palsy Association of B.C.
nWJlYSSEY
Thursday, November 10, 195S
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m-MAHtEXEOmVE
KNUmiYIIAelN
Raven is. still lacking one
business manager to handle
public relations, sales promotion, circulation and advertising.
"No experience is necessary
for the job," Mike Ames,
editor stated, "but it is pre*
ferable."
CAMIfELL
'Across from Varsity Theatre
AL. 9410 .
DlseouqMot ftudeats
«
Double Breasted Tuxedos
Converted into New
Single Breasted Models
New  Silk  Facings
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law case books.
BEST MIMEOGRAPHING CO, LTD. ~
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Free Parking
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We're sure you'll like what you see
... our floor space has been doubled
and we now have six tellers at your
service in place of the previous three.
What's more, we have installed a number of Safety Deposit Boxes as a special
service to students who have important
documents, jewellery and other valuables which they wish to have protected against fire, theft or accident.
The cost for this first-class protection
is low — less than two cents a day.
So why not visit us while you are
still getting organized for another college year. For years U.B.C. Students
have kept their personal finances in
order at "'My Bank' on the Campus".
They are familiar with the friendly,
efficient service rendered by the B of M
and, what's more, they are forming a
banking connection that will stand
them in good stead in years to come.
IF YOU ARE NEW TO THE CAMPUS . . .
. . . we invito you to drop around today and get acquainted.
You'll find a warm welcome awaits you at the B of Nf.
Hero die latest in hanking facilities are vours for the asking,
and, if you have any personal financial pro'hleius, we shall
ho glad to discuss thetn with you — in complete confidence,
of course.
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Campus Branch. Administration Building:
MERLE C. KIRBY, Manager
WORKING    WITH     CANADIANS     IN     EVERY     WALK     OF     LIFE     SINCE     1817 me UBYSSEY
Itoursday, November M, t$55
Pomfret's Birds
Tackle Alberni
Jack Pomfret's UBC Thunderbirds get their first real
basketball test this weekend, after toying with the grads in a
13-38 win during Homecoming.
Friday evening at 7 p.m.,
Birds host the City Senior "A"
■tiers at UBC Memorial Gym
fn the first game of a double-
Deader that will feature Clover-
kefs and Alberni Athletics on
the other half of the bill.
The big contest for the Birds
Is Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m.
When they will tangle with the
Canadian champion Alberni
Athletics.
TELEVISED
CBUT will televise this game
directly from the War Memorial
Gym, the first of five Saturday
afternoon games to be televised
this season.
Thunderbirds, although Evergreen Conference basketball
play does rot begin till January,
•re qvkklv rounding into shape
with the newcomers showing
particular promise.
IHJURIE8 HURT
Coach Pomfret's biggest worry are the injuries of John McLeod and Mike Fraser. Fraser
has lust returned to practice
tni* week and is a doubtful
starter. Mcl.eod is bothered by
a back injury that resulted in
him seeing little action in the
Grad game. How well his back
stands up this week-end Is questionable.
Rookies Lyall Levy, Norris
Martin, and Ed Pederson will
all see plenty of action in the
f#ont line after taking over the
brunt of the scoring from the
lettermen in the Grad game.
SpnhtA   WnttroA
Dry ski lessons will be held
for women skiers in the Field
House at 12:30 on Monday, Nov.
14. Lessen your sore muscles
this year by doing exercises this
fall.
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An intramural cross country
race will be held on Thursday
noon at the stadium. Starting
time is at 12:45. All entries will
be accepted but only the first
four men on each team will
count for position
Also in Intramurals, wrestling!
and boxing entry forms are;
available at the men's gym.
Jayvees
Swim To
King Ed
Grab your hip-boots, ma! The
Jayvee basket boys are enter*
taining at King Ed gym this
Saturday night, 9 p.m. in their
second league game. Eiler's
Jewelers will be guests of honor,
and if things go according to
plan they'll hereafter be as wary
of UBC invitations as Tim
Buck. The Jayvee Frantic Five
are still hot after the bouncing
they received from Cloverleafs
last week.
King Ed Gym is located at
the junction of the Oak River
and 12th Avenue Creek. No
Canoes allowed on the sidewalk, please, and check your
oars at the door.
BRAVES MEET YMCA
UBC Braves will be out tonight looking for their first
scalps, after dropping a close
'one, 48-44, to West Van on Tuesday. YMCA provides the opposition at King Ed Gym at 7:30.
Nicol of West Van was high
scorer in the game with 23
points and Lance Stephens with
16 was high man for the Braves
in the Tuesday night game.
MIKE GLASPIE—SPORTS EDITOR
Rugger,   Soccer
Both After Wins
UBC Chiefs hope to climb
back on the Miller Cup win
wagon this Friday when they
meet' Kats at Brockton Oval.
Kats, who just recently made
the jump from the second division to the first, have proved
the soundness of the move, win*
ning their first two games.
Laithwalte's Chiefs tuned up
for the Armistice Day special
by walloping Oak Bay Wanderers on the Island last Saturday.
UBC will be out to better their
mediocre one win, two loss record in Miller Cup play.
Braves will be gunning for
their fourth win against no
losses when they tangle with
Ex-Brits Seconds on the campus
at 1:30 Saturday.
The other UBC teams, Tomahawks and Redskins, oppose the
Barbarians and Meralomas on
Saturday at 2 p.m. The Tommies
game will be played at Balaclava Park while the Skins contest goes at Connaught.
SOCCER
Varsity soccer team meets
Royal Oaks this Saturday at 2
p.m. at Central Park.
The Birds edged Collingwood j
1-0    last    weekend     on    Fred
Green's goal to keep their undefeated record entact and keep
just one point behind first place
Mt. Pleasant in the Mainland
League First Division.
Against Royal Oaks, Varsity
will be trying to run their unbeaten streak to seven straight,
while UBC goalie Clive Hughes
wllf be looking for his third
shutout in a row and fourth of
the season.
Now that the football season
is over, Bird coach Ed Luckett
is hopeful of reinforcements, as
if the flying Birds need them,
in the persons of footballers
Sivert Erickson and Oscar
Kreutziger.
UBC Chiefs, losers to Alpen
Athletics by a 2-1 count in their
last outing, meet Sunsets at
Sunset Park West at 2 p.m. on
Sunday.
Unconfirmed reports have it ;
thnl Princess Margaret is sen-,
tuisly   considering   marrying
Annis Stukus.
AUSTIN SALES AND SERVICE CENTRE
TENTH and ALMA ST.       CEdar 81 OS
38 YEARS OF SERVICE
TO THE UNIVERSITY OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA, '
ITS FRATERNITIES
AND SORORITIES.
THERE'S A REASON
NOT BLUE—BUT GREEN
The phrase taught to Canada's
younger students concerning the
discovery of the new world, "in
1492 Columbus sailed the ocean
blue" has been exposed as erroneous by UBC's department of
oceanography. The ocean, they
claim, is not blue, but green.
Nor, they added, is the Danube
blue.
Jayvees Wmdup
Football Season
The UBC football season
winds up its regular schedule
on Sunday when the undefeated
Jayvees host the Seattle City
Lions.
The Seattle team have already
been the victims of a 19-14 beating by the JV's in the early part
of the season.
There is a possibility that the
Junior Birds will play an all-
star team from the Vancouver
Junior league of which the B.C.
champion Blue Bombers are a
member.
At a recent Wildlife Conference it was pointed out that the
popular sport of skeet shooting
is fast becoming a menace to
the North American skeet popup
lation.
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Graphic Engineering Paper, Biology Paper, Loose-Leaf
Refills, Fountain Pens and Ink and Drawing Instruments
Owned mi Operated by
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An Interesting
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As a first year Ails studeni considering your future career, why not
enquire about Ciuirlercd Accountancy'.' It is a fine profession, (>:'!eriin«
interest,  variety,  opportunity  and  substantial  rewards.
A new scheme has been developed--the P.Cnmm.-C.A. Plan- -by winch,
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MEETING - ARTS 102, 12:30, Wechu-c^ *,
November 16
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