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VANCOUVER, B. C, FEBRUARY 12th, 1936
No. tl.
TEAM IN SPLENDID FORM
FOR ROUNSEFELL CUP
Lift Saturday thi Rugby Tea* won the Tlsdall Chip.  This Saturday
- Intend to wis the Rouneefell Cup.  I aat Saturday's garni waa the moat
itjons game ot the nason, and the Rugby follower* say that It waa the
~lby garni seen on local Soldi, (or years.  This Saturday Vanity Is
a crtppled team to Jlay against kit-King Oeotfe. tha sami team
f conquered last week. ' Therefore, the weakness ot tha team should
ttj tot by the strength of the rootars' Motion.  It tl going to be a
t for the taam oa Saturday.   Come and do your bit toward! winning
COD!
Turn Ir Good Firm
team la at laat rounding Into
I ai a well-balanced, hardlflghtlng
.  on Saturday tha aorum, per-
», outibone the back division In
f»ttty Ot Pm.  The scrum waa on
• ball at all tlmea and alio ted tha
_ retvtjuartin'B ia excellent fashion,
one or two occaalona, however,
•lowed up and did not back up
nree-quarter'a on defensive play,
seams to be the fault ot the
as a whole.    At one or two
4f during the same, the whole
.teemed to relax, Juat tor two or
tolnutas, and it waa on auch oo-
that ttx-Klng Oeorge scored,
in Should be oh its toea tbe
  time; don't rest for an Instant,
may mean tha Ion of a sane.
Davidson Start In Offinalva Play.
_ Laat week, Mahon. Davldion and
Brock dldiome excellent work In tha
lernm. While of the baok, McLean
and Kelly were especially brilliant.
Mahon used hla weight and speed to
, good advantage and appeared to be
TO th* ball moat of the time. David-
all allowed very well on offensive
PAf, Although he looted twice be
•Jao played an unselfish game, getting the VaU out to the three-quarter'a
at ete^ opportunity, johtnde McLean, aa captain, surely let a good
example for the reat ot tbe team. He
'eat absolutely everything he had into
the gam*. Johnnie gave the fani an
exhibition ot bow the position ot
Wla«-forward should be played. He
il Judged the belt wing-forward In
the Province at preeent. Kelly play-
edh very steady offensive game and
was a tower ot strength on the defense.
Team His Stiff Programme
The team hai a very itlff programme to carry out Just at present.
Three onp finals on three successive
Saturdays. However, the team la
certainly toughening up. After last
Saturday's hard game we havo only
one casualty. It is hoped that the
team will not be crippled for the McKechnie Cup game on February 20,
and also that Casey Casselman's
wrist will be better for She 20th.
It has been suggested that all Varsity's rooters gather at one place,
perhaps the north end of the grandstand.
SATURDAY'S LINE-UP
Here Is the probable line op
for the game on Saturday, 8.30
at Brockton Point.
Rouneefell Cup Pinal
FORWARDS
Bev. White
Dick Davidson
McQuarrie
Brit Brock
Harold Mahon
Peter Price (Capt.)
Wilbur Sparks
WING   FORWARD
Bert Tapper
RECEIVINO HALF
Ralph Shaw
FIVE-EIGHTHS
Harold Kelly.
THREE-QUARTERS
Tommy Louden
Phil. Willis
Carl Owstafaon
Howard Baton
PULL  BACK
Squlnty Mclnnes,
SPARES
Forater, Palmer
U. of C. Gives Play
UNIVERSITY OP CALIFORNIA,
February 10th—P.I.P.A.—The first
spring production of the University
Little Theatre will be given thla
week. The play to be performed la
Sir Jamee M Barrle's comedy of married lite, "What Every Woman
Knows." The student cast has been
chosen from the members of the public speaking clans.
* ' Shock
Cound^ Monday
The Players' Club is becoming am-
bltlous. Not only has it asked for
the moon, but it has requested the
Council to buy it lome clouds, a
twinkling star and several ooean waves.
The sage representatives of the
student, body have not yet recovered
from the shock they got when requested to sanction the purchase of
the following properties for the
Spring Play.
Moving Clouds and Rising Moon $90.00
Ooean Wavei  » 75.00
Twinkling Star  46.00
Automatic   Lightning Striker.... 38.00
Indestructible Plugs  24.00
Mr. R. S. Shearman, the local weather man, Is expected to make a
strong bid for the Club's business,
but it la probable that tbe order will
be placed in Phoenicopterus, Fla.,
Where there ia an institution exclusively devoted to the taming of the
elements.
Heavy freight and customs charges
will be avoided by evaporating the
Ocean Waves in the Moving Clouds
and sending them up here under their
own power, with the Twinkling Star
In tow. The rising moon is a particularly expensive item, because
moons are rather scarce, even in
Phoenicopterus. It will, however, be
an extra large, round, tropical specimen.
The plugs mentioned do not refer
to Pygmalion's war horses, but are
some electrical equipment. Council
expressed great gratification at the
optimism of the Players' Club In
characterizing them as Indestructible,
Tho request of Arts '28 to use the
auditorium spotlights at their class
party was refused by Council, owing
to the excessively high cost of upkeep of this apparatus they will only
be used  at major functions.
Class Sweaters Discouraged
It was moved by Mr. Taylor that
any class which wishes to buy sweaters for the Arts '80 Relay and lnter-
class track meets be requested to
buy the standard blue basketball
sweater, with the faculty crest and
class numeral tn front, and class numeral on the back. Such sweaters
will will be turned In to the curator
to be held in trust for the class.
Flowers Will Not Invade U. 8.
The Rowing Club will not send a
team to the University of Washington this year, due to lack of a sufficiently good crew, according to an
unofficial announcement made by
Johnnie Oliver at tbe meeting.
Seniors Do Penance
Walter Turnbull, Jack Bridge and
Hondrle Oartahore were convicted
last Friday for violating tire regulations. The culprits used their debating skill to have themselves acquitted on a technicality. Their argument, however, availed not, and President Wilkinson eapressed sorrow that
fourth year students should be found
guilty of such an offenoe. The three
were sentenced to gather paper on
(he campus during the Monday noon
hour.
Officials to be Recalled
Unlveralty of California, Feb. 11th
(P.I.P.)~-Petltions are being circulated on the campus here for the purpose of making the recall of student
officials more practicable. The constitution at present provides that officers may be recalled by vote only at
the two regular meetings of the student  body  in  November and   April.
STILL!
Oratorical Contest
Arouses Interest
Before one of the largeit audiences
that baa witneaaed a forensic event.
Mr. Gordon Telford of Arts '26, won
tbe gold medal In the Men's Oratorical
Contest for an admirably preajnted
addreaa on- "Western Civilisation."
Second place and the ailver medal
waa won by Mr. Ralph Stedman, Arte
'27, while honorable mention waa
given to Mr. Denis Murphy of Arts
'28, who spoke on the "Outlook for
Peace." In the Women's Contest, the
judges, Mrs. A. F. B. Clark, Mlas
Greta Mather, Dr. H. L. Keenlyslde,
Mr. H. F. Angua, and Mr. F. G. C.
Wood, felt that tbe standard of speaking waa not of a sufficiently high order to warrant the granting of any
prises.
Mr. Telford's address on "Western
Civilization" was an admirable piece
of work, combining a fluent style of
speaking with a subject that, was both
serious and Interesting. Mr. Telford's
point was that In the past we have
worked too much to exist, and that
in the future wo shculd pay more attention to how we live.
Mr. Stedman, Arts '27, showed an
aptitude for selecting the right word
in the right place. His subject,
"Ships That Pass," was philosophical
and poetical at once. Undoubtedly it
was the finest purely literary effort
of tho evening. Mr. Denis Murphy
spoke on World Peace, and displayed
his usual talent. His brother, Paul,
gave a well-worked out exposition of
Canada's Future. Les Brown spoke
on Day Dreams, and revealed a peculiar mixture of idealism and disillusionment concerning our University.
Walter Turnbull gave a polished,
careful defence of Liberalism. It was
easily the best effort that Mr. Turn-
bull has ever made at this University.
Taken all In all the conteat waa the
best ever held among the men, for
never before have there been aix
speakers on a single platform, every
one cf whioh was a capable orator.
As regards the women, Miss Kathleen Clark spoke on Thought Transference. Her speech logically developed her theory. Her diction, however, could have been clearer. Miss
Jean Graham had, unfortunately,
chosen "Vaccination" aa a aubject,
which afforded her comparatively little scope for her abilities. At the
same time her address waa well plan-
tied and she not only apoke oloarly,
but proved her point thoroughly.
Mlas Betty Matheaoa apoke la a clear,
petiet rat Ing voire, had something to
nay, and aald It. Out she failed to
arouse any enthusiasm for her aubject, "Proposed Change! in the Cat
I'tidar." Solid refreshments vrere
served In the grill. Alice Weaver ref-
ereed satisfactorily.
A few defaulters In tha Senior year
have not yet bean photographed or
handed In their write-ups. By Saturday, please, without fall 1 I
BBBB
TEACHERS PROVE
SUPERIOR TO
JUNIOR MEN
The "Dear Teachers'' of Ed. '26
added another scalp to their collection of trophies by overcoming Arts
27 in the inter-clail debate of laat
Monday.
The aubject of the debate waa "Resolved that this meting approves the
entry of the U.S. Into the World
Court. Messrs. R. Stedman and E.
Morrison of Arts 27 took the affirmative against Messrs. E. Dunn and F.
Buck of Ed. 28.
Mr. R. Stedman proved the case
for the affirmative by showing the
economic necessity of banning war
and replacing that method of settling
disputes by some means'of arbitration
such as the World Court. He made
it clear that he was arguing from a
world point of view, and not from the
viewpoint of the U. S. The speaker
denounced the Hague Court as a paralytic Infant born of degenerate parents. The new court was a flexible
arrangement, moving from precedent
to precedent, and was Just one step
forward on the way to world peace.
Mr. Eric Dunn uncorked the arguments of the negative by showing that
the World Court did not deal with the
fundamental causes of war, and had
no real jurisdiction. He gave instances of great powers refusing arbitration by international courts. Tho
World Court could not go from precedent to precedent aa their laws
were not codified. The apeaker made
comparisons betwen the powers of
the World Court and conditions that
would exist if the students' court powers were similarly restricted.
Mr. E. Morrison, Arts '27, followed
for the affirmative.. He showed that it
tbe U. S. does not enter the World
Court, that body cannot function aa
it ahould. Fifty-five nations had entered the World Court for this step to
world peace. The lack of oodtfloatloa
of the lawa waa a strong point la
favor of the World Court, Judging
from conditions la civil low. There
Is a general tendency toward the consolidation of mankind at the present
time.
Mr. Ruck, for the negative, described the benefit! and work of the
League of Nations, which la support-
ing the World Court. Tha U. S.
would have to Join the League, or
else the League would have to change
Its constitution and that of the World
Court,
This latter course would commence
a struggle between the League and
the U. 8. and a further difference between the Baat and Weat of the Atlantic,
Judges for the debate were Professor Wilcox and Lloyd.
"Man of 088%''
WeUMonisI
History I are to be oongratala
the excellent performance,
day afternoon, of Shaw's
Dcatlny,"   Thla claei, »aough
any way a miniature playeri' ,
undertook to produce, for IU own
tttA'W»;m *■
aint one ot the I
the early part of Nes
Though It waa a "prtvat
anoe iome four or five, f
denti   were   prlvllefed   to
There were even several
present.
^Mr. Harry Dee, wjto:;eoJ«t« ...
the place where the blrdi go, took!
leading part, that of the great
eral himself.   Though he waa I
what handicapped by the fact
the play wai done in modern coat
(a la "Hamlet") and that be haa
but little experience In the dramatte
art, he acquitted himself favorably,
very favorably indeed.
Min Bice Clegg, whoee lightning ,
change from ichiulng coquette to a  .
full-fledged soldier waa the itar of.
the performance, aad played ap to
Bir In the part ot "The Udy."
elthor Min Avii Pumphry* the §>
iitocratio young nan of a lieutenant,
nor Min Annie MoKensle, the ode
little inn-keeper, had any reason to,:
be ashamed of tbe way they lute*. *
preted their respective character!.
Without exaggeration, this waa aa
Al performance.
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BLISS CARMAN TO    |
ADDRESSJTUDENT8
Distinguished Poet Will Speak Het«
Menday
Bliss  Carman, distinguished Canadian poet, will, on Monday next, de>
liver the  first of  a series  of fottf - ,
addresses  on  Poetry  and  it! Rekv ,,'
Uonshlp to Life. ' x %
Announcement haa been made •
through the Dept. of Bullish of a •**»
les of four addresses and four conferences by Bliss Carman, Canadian
poet and lecturer, beginning on Monday next, to U. B. C. students. The
addresses will be concerned, In order,
with the following subjects: "Poetry
In Life," "Poesy in Religion," "Poesy
in Art," "Poesy in Nature."
The course will discuss "poesy" as
a record of something actual existing
in nature and in human nature different, from the realities revealed by
Science.
Students are asked to watch tbe notice boards for Information aa to time
and place.
Hand In your snapa fer the
sorap page of the Annual thla
week.
.COLLEGE LIFE DULL?
College life lan't all routine. In
Berkeley, Cal., three men atndenti of
the university, old enough to grow
beards, sat in tbe class room and
ahaved themselves. As a remit they
will receive "A" gradea In their conrie
in banking.
The professor denounced oo-edi for
powdering their noses in clan aad
offered any maa an "A" grade who
would come to class and shave during
lectures. Three men "called" him
After the operation with racers, soap,
and towela, the professor cal ed the
trio before him and oomplimented
them. Arrangementi were made to
fix up the gradea.
An extremely wearied or habitually
tired college atudent not long ago
attempted to relax hli Jaw maiden la
class by yawning. Aa a conaeqeeaee
hla Jaw became dislocated. A trip to
the doctor waa necessary to replace
the Jawbone In order that the statical
might shut bis mouth,
Sometime ago a college professor
gave his class some difficult questions to anawer. announcing that anyone who would ling in front of the
class would be excused from the examinations. After seeing the quee>
tlona, who should have accepted hli
proposition but a demure little co-ed.
Even though lessons aro a bit stiff
at times, who would mlas the experiences gained in college?
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Sdlteriel Staff
BDITOR-IN-CfflBP--A. Bam Birney.
; Sealer Bdltore—Miee Sadie Boyles aad Min Marlon Smith
^   Aasoctate Edltott-David Warden, Don Calvert, Mill Kathleen Baird and
M!m Florence Caisldy
Feature M.tors~4Br.o Duan, 1. Morrlioa aad 0. Vlnoent
Aiilatant Bdltore-Mlse Dorothy Arkwrlght, Miss Alice Weaver.
P. I, P. A- Editor-George Davidson.
Stielneea Staff
fesBtaess Manager—Harold 0. MoWilllami,
Advening Managir-J, Stanley Allan,
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Aiiiitant, Dorothy Arkwrlght
THE   UBYS8BY
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February 12th, 1926
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GREEN BANDS
The green band still llngera with ua. Like the gargoyle on the
lie cathedral it embellishes the Freshman's ileeve—and it ia
„. about as useful, At the beginning of laat term, aa a part of
te initiation, the first year class waa ordered to wear it. To prove
loteity for their demand the Initiation Committee advanced
reaaoni. They aald that it would help the class members to
toainted and that it would make for olaaa spirit. They fur-
ier Misted upou it aa a form of discipline. These were their most
important reaaoni. It was- generally, to be a panacea for Freshman
to»p! dints.
rrom the first, its adoption waa controvertible, but now the
band haa outlived its period of efficacy. As a mark of distinction,
to help members to become acquainted, the band haa no longer any
'enoy. As a means of instilling the invigorating liquor of clasa
ii, by this time it either haa or has not produced the desired
ieot. As to discipline, the appointment of the Vigilance Committee
a slight indication of its wonder-working powers.
Therefore, the band is not now useful. Other reasons, also, we
it urge against further protraction of its existence. The band
ipliei an invidious distinction between Freshmen and all other
Tarsity students which is purely fanciful. It is also a cause of ill-
fooling. The fact that Freshmen are brought up before Council
for musing to wear a useless emblem produces justifiable, though
undesirable, resentments. The band, too, is ugly. Even people in
Vancouver pass remarks about its ill-chosen aesthetics.
J We realise, of course, that a committee, when once it has made
a ruling, dislikes to alter it. Nevertheless, we fail to see in what
way 018 preservation of a shabby tag will help cither committee or
nearer, We know that the Freshman olass as a whole has respected
te band, The hopo that the powers that be will now show an equal
at for ihe Freshman class by abolishing the green band.
IH i I I |ii«m| Illllll I  I till I't I
Correspondence
 llll I'I   I  I lit I ant I tit I I I
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-eaai|0»e--t*-e mmm i 11 i nt i un s»e»e« i
Cbw and Club Notes
'»I in i itiai t ii ii i i hi i ii ii in i 11 \
8. C. M.
Of real Intereat to athletes is Dr.
J. Q. Davidson's address which will
He delivered in Ag. 100, Monday noon
next Subject is "The Greatest Athletic Organisation In the World—the
Christian Church."
This unique subject will give the
professor a fine opportunity to discuss his favorite hobby.
AGRICULTURE '27
Agriculture '27 held a meeting at
8.00 p.m. on Monday, February 8th,
at the home of Miss Helen Milne.
Every member of the class was present and each contributed to the evening's programme by giving a short
talk on one of the following subjects:
"Birds of B. C," "Great Central
L*ke," "Servlce'a Poetry." "Prairie
Life," "Blue Foxea," "The Show Circuit." "Progress in Antiseptic Surgery" and "Life." Prof. Mao kindly
acted as critic, and administered
tame "candy-coated pills" to the
apeakers. The evening concluded
after delightful refreshments and a
hearty vote of thanks to Miss Milne.
SENIOR NOTICE
Seniors of all Faculties are warned
that they moat communicate wtth
their partner! in the Senior Draw,
On or before Monday, February 18th.
After thli date any girl who ha! not
been aiked to attend, by her partner,
will be entitled to Invite a partner
of her own choosing, Any man whoae
partner baa Invited aomeone else,
after waiting until February 13th,
will not be able to obtain an Invlta
tion  lor himself.
AGRICULTURAL DISCUSSION
CLUB
Tbe Agricultural Discussion Club
will hold a banquet In the Grill tonight (Friday), from 5.15 to 7.80,
There la an Interesting programme, a
delightful toast Hat. and (he menu—!
All Aggie* will be on hand.
BIOLOGICAL   DISCUSSION  CLUB
The next meeting of the club will
b» held on Monday evening, February
18, at the borne of Mlsa Gertrude
Dowaley, 8203 8th Avenue Weat.
Papers will be given on the subject
of "Evolution," dealing with the period from .1850-1900, by Alda Moffat, '29,
and Braham Griffiths, '26.
"Ail" members are requested to attend the meeting.
Tickets for Spring
Play now on Sale
Tickets for the Spring Play, "Pygmalion," will be on sale from noon
today! About two-thirds of the
ground-floor and the first two rowa of
the balcony are 11.00. The remainder
of the floor of, the house and the next
two rows of the balcony are 75 cents,
and the remainder of tho balcony, unreserved seats, are 60 cents, The
tickets for this sparkling comedy may
be purchased from all members of the
Players' Club, They must then be
placed In an envelope, with a self-
addressed and stamped envelope enclosed, and mailed in the campus
mall box lu the Bursar's office, at
any time after 9 on Monday next. If
this addressed euvelope is not enclosed with the exchange tickets, the
seat coupons will be held in the name
of the purchaser at the Auditorium
box office, to be called for on the days
of the performances.
Faculty members may make their
reservations from a committee of
Players' Club members who will call
on them In the next few days.
The trial performance ot "Pygmalion" was played last Tuesday before
the members of the Players' Club.
Judging from the wild burata of applause given by members at moments
when laughter had'not rendered them
utterly helpleaa, thla play ia going to
exoeed all expectations. The moat
modish costumes are to be used in the
production, and a aew set of itriktng
scenery has been obtained from New
York.
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High Jinks Staged at
Fairview
Of great Interest to all tbe women
of the University la the coming frolic
known aa "High Jinks," which la
being held again thla year in tbe old
ments will be served. "High Jinks"
has always been a favorite among the
glrla, If former enthusiasm Is aa
strong this year aa In the past, some
pretty and original costumes are expected.
There are four prlaea offered, two
for the most comical and two for the
prettiest. A very good programme of
skits has been arranged, and refreshments will be served. "High Jlnz*"
Is free and for all the women ot the
College, especially Freshettes. Remember—-from 7.80 till 10.30 Saturday, February 13th, In the old auditorium, Tenth and Willow. Everybody
out.
USE OP THE WORD "DUMP"
Bdltor Ubyssey.
Dear Sir:
May I be allowed enough apace In
your valuable paper to inquire ot Mr.
Ashworth hli meaning of the word
"dump." If he li referring to the
group ot buildings in which we carry
oat oar studlaa ai a Student Body, 1
think he ahowi rather a lack of even
a little ot the ipirlt which the itudenti
have always shown, especially daring
the yean paaaed tn Fairview.
Personally, I have alwaya thought
this collection of buildings to constitute a University; a "dump," ia my
opinion, referring to a refuse heap.
Thanking you,
I am ilncerely,
8. GIBSON.
SUCKUY SUCKS THE RftSUTTED
RESUTTAL
Editor Ubyssey.
Dear Sir:
Our Student Body haa been compared to a sleeping beauty lacking the
spirit of a corpie (eiprit de corps).
It baa been advocated that the sleeping beauty be kept indoors and given
a basketball to play with and a dance
to attend when she wakens. Won't
It be tough it the Charleston has gone
out! .
There li no doubt that the apathy
ot itudenti toward games la very pronounced tbia year. Doiei of pep
guaranteed to laat 24 noun ate ad-
minlatered at Friday moetings with
no avail. Our soccer team plays every
week before thousanda of enthusiastic
Vancouver tana; but a mere handful
of students turn out. The fact that
the Varsity team has such a following
downtown is a great compliment to
the team, not to the body of itudenti
they represent who (do not) support
them.
English rugby is making a dying
kick to touch the athletio heart and
fur-lined Socket ot the Student Body
this year, but ao far has been unsuccessful, and even the most ardent
booster of the English game la forced
to admit that it is still passing back
instead of forward.
Tbe "dumb Dorah" who tried to lell
Geh Ternan a ticket to a rugby game
II itltl with ua, only mere ao. We
must have one big inter-colleglate
game that will grip the Student Body
such aa can American rugby. No
holding la allowed in basketball and
soccer and the Rockies keep Canadian
rugby at a distance.
There are many objections to the
American code, however. If we buck
the line we may line our pockets with
the odd buck and build a gymnasium
that '29 might play in before they
graduate. Thla would be commercialising the eport. Instead of getting the
University name recognised around
town by usng other club's swimming
tanks, gyms and equipment, tennis
courts, shells, etc., we might waste a
lot of money building our own. It
we wake our Student Body, students
might even go to games, then we
would have to build a grandstand
More expense! We did not have
enough shekels to shell out for row
Ing shells so Washington University
shelled out for eight of us. We must
guard against this American influence
or we will be commercialized!
(Signed)   LES  BUCKLEY.
SCIENCE RE SCALPING
Editor Ubysey:
By the views expressed in your editorial it Is apparent that it was written by an Arts man who bad been
badly scalped. Now, the views ot the
men In other faculties, regarding
scalping, are different to some extent.
Scalping may be divided Into two
classes; individual and organised
scalping. The first ii practlied by
the average Science man, while the
second ii done by the Arte men.
It li little wonder that Individual
scalping is practiced. Arts men ef
all yaars swarm about tbe place of
dlatrtbutioa of the Science Dance
tickets until it li difficult tor any
Science man to leave until be has
parted with bia ticket. He ia, there-
tore, faced with the difficulty of parting with hli ticket at no profit, In
which caie the new purchaser la
more than likely to reaell at a profit, or to hold out for a higher price
himself, What would you do in those
clrcumatanceaf
The other type, organised scalping,
ahould be strongly condemned. Last
year an Arte man obtained priority
rights on more than a doien ticket!,
which he dlapoaed ot at much higher
than the atandard rate. A game of
thla kind would moat likely yield
about fifty dollars profit.
Here are the two ways of scalping.
Judge them for yourself. They will
always be In vogue as long as tho
Science Dance is the atandard for
entertainment, regardless of all
snooping committees or tattling Arta
men.
Sincerely yours,
BEN KENLAKE, Sc. '27,
F. E. ARNOLD, Sc. '87.
P. S.—The signers of this did not
scalp.
War Memorial Fellowship
The Alumni Federation of the University of Toronto ia offering an open
fellowship to the value of five hundred dollars for graduate study at the
Unlveralty of Toronto. This fellowship ia called the War Memorial Fellowship," and Is open to men and
women itudenti of any recognised
Canadian unlvanlty,
Further Information will be poated
on the ttotioe boarda or may be obtained, together with application formi,
at the office of the Registrar.
ExeenHvesPUtase iSoH
On Monday, February 8th, buaei
sufficient to handle the ordinary 5
to 8 p.m. trafflo were swamped by
erowdi from the history play due to
the B. C. B. R. representative not
having been Informed of the additional crowd. Profesiora and othen la
charge of euch performances an re-
Sueated to get In touch with R, L.
liokle, phone P.O. 165 or at the U.B.C.
terminus any afternon from 1 to 8
p.m. to make sure that buaei will be
available to handle the traffic.
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tStOUJISlUlOatUOWCOUWCtt
" tSltiniaa oo pergonal objeo-
,tethe step, If the majority were
favor of It, hut fought that the
T   Club Vrast FBBd was really
m* Jersey announced that ar-
r*»*ata had been complimented
the hoMtns of a Mail meeting to
VhVdetaila of ihe pilgrimage
rview to recover the mining
soap.
reoueat of the Arts '18 exeeu-
, to hold their clan party on
Patrick's Day at the hall belong'
to Orange Lodge NO, 1 dos. was
erred to the Karopue JngMi of
tta Klux Klan, Israel Post Mo. 18.
ia meeting then adjourned
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MIOMJWKS
Fighting deijperaTeV with (heir backs
to the wall, varaity Senior Z Orasi
Hockey team lost a hard-fought battle to the Chen Club A. C, by the
narrow margin of 87 to 1. Vanity
bad by far the bait of tho play but
railed to get the breaks
Hive.Qeed Ohima fer Ouspldar
Varsity has the reputation of being
one of the beat teams In Wait Point
Orey, an hence the dopeiten have figured out for the Chen Club to win
the brassware this year. There was
not an Idle moment in the game with
the exception of the flrst half and
most of (he second.
Melllsh Makes Hit
Preston Melllsh, Who plays ffrd base,
won applause in the first half when
he threw hli man for a ten-yard loss,
scooped up the puck, and dashed madly in the direction of the opposition
wicket. He was tackled by 8HS0LU
ETAOIN on his own five-yard line and
was Fonter pan to Kenny Noble,
who slung his usual line, made a magnificent fumble and bulged the hemp
with a home run, Varsity's only score
(Continued on Page 88)
THE MINE OF
WESTERN SHOONS
Rodolph Speedy dismounted and,
with the maid clasped In his sinewy
arms, bowed his acknowledgements to
the three "rahs" uttered with vim
by the ranch hands. He maid a step
forward, and, tripping, was hurled
headlong down a deep artesian wallah, well-a-day.
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Students ot the College ot Wnoster,
0., are not allowed to own or drive
automobiles without the written consent of their parents and thu college
dean.--Ex.
Wow about the boy In the Chem.
II Lab. who tried to clean his suit
with Cleaning 8olutlon the other day?
This smiling young man, known for
years to the U. B. C. by the name of
H. Leslie Buckley, popularly and
truly called "Less," has at last been
exposed by a brilliant member ot our
staff as the original "Old Man" whose
protean character is constantly referred to In the cant phrase "So's
your old man." This la the first time
he has ever been Isolated In one identity, and he will be on view during
the coming week In the window of
this paper. The able Investigator who
ran him to earth is at present engaged in following the trail of Aunt
Het. Tbe rest of the staff, chagrined
at having been scooped, Is contemplating suicide and we hope they
will decide In the infirmary.
Drink and the world drinks with
you, swear off, and you drink alone,
(tip Bogtt00*tt
Idltardn-Chlaf—J. Stanley Allen.
Senior Editors—Mr. McCfooklo, Mr.
Sauterne,
Aiaociate Editor—Mr. Qaiton.
Social Editor—Murray lluntah.
Sporti Editor—Charlie Mottley.
Office Boy—Hank Oartahoro.
Editorial
A ORATE STEEL
EXPOSED
In making our bow to the public,
we with to perform a common act of
humanity by calling the godi to witness that three (8) liquid soap eon-
talnera were abandoned In Fairview.
It Is therefore per ae ot ultra vires
in the public interest that these containers be restored to Utility by removing tho university to within reach
ot their purifying Influence and taking the menus et corpus atudontium
back to Fairview, that they may be
ablauted ipso facto through the agency of nvon Mqulde. Continuing in thfa
vein, Joan of Arc, daughter to Noah
of thai Ilk, waa Inspired even as ourselves, the only difference being that
the Influence upon ua ii infernal, The
year or our birth waa one of great
national calamity and of the family
tree we are the sap. It la nevertheless our Intention to purvey, ex sen-
atus consulto ultimo, only to a thinking student body, so long as it thinks
about nothing. We conclude with
the traditional ejaculation of ye scribe
"Selah" and throw In "Abracadabra"
and a Thousand Dollar Insurance Pol-
Icy free, gratis, and without charge.
Interclass Pie Prite
Goes to '28
CISC*ACaFUL iXHIgl
KHlSJilON BA
siubaNj, sdbj
REFUSE TO ATTEND SHOOTING
OP UNDERGRADUATE
Before a large and appreciative audience, Arts '28 won the finals of the
Men's Interclass Pie-Eating Contest
on Friday last, from Arts '29. Undoubtedly BUI Brown was the hero
of the day. Alone he stowed away
14,6 pieces of grill pie, while In his
rebuttal he accounted for 3.97 pieces
more. Somewhat of a sensation was
caused when the Judges, Mr. Thos.
Wilkinson, Mr, Chile Buchanan, and
Mr, Arthur Madely, found out that
"2ft had been using both Murphys an
one pei'Hon One of them was Immediately taken nut and Hhot by
Hrlff Clown, but the attendance at
this event was small, despite the Im
portanee of the occurrence, revealing
again the notorious apathy of this
year's student body. It Is at present
ambtgamoua (pun copyright by Dr.
Walker), which Murphy was shot, but
the result Is satisfactory, anyway.
Continuing the argument for the affirmative, Mr. Ed. Lane accounted for
12.3 pieces of pie more. The last
eater tor the negative, Mr. Art Ste-
venson, had consumed 13.87 sections
of pumpkin, and 2.3 slabs of apple
pie, when Masterton saved the day
by demanding that all future pie
should be cooked in Lux to keep it
from   shrinking.
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U. B. C. when the preaent temporary auartera at Point Orey, oooupled laat'
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COMMITTEE ON A.F.
GIVES REPORT
A meeting ot the committee on
American Football waa held at 8 p.m.,
February 9th.
Recommendations:
(1) That a Physical Director be appointed who shall have control of
student athletic activities.
(8) That voting   on   the   American
Football queation be by ballot the
day following the general meet-
ing.
The queation under  diaouiilon  ii
whether the American football club
be allowed to play tor one year on
probation,
Queationa to be diiouned.
(1) Rotational Sports. A definite period for eaoh snort so that the interest of the student! may be
centred on one particular iport,
at one time,
(2) Inter-colleglate Competition.
(a) Development ot better teams.
(b) Inter-colleglate relatiomhipa.
(c) Neoeuity of playing American football to obtain recognition from American colleges
in other branohei of iport,
(d) The impracticability of playing inter-colleglate aporta
with other Canadian universities, due to financial and
climatic conditions.
(3) Advertising the University. Will
it bring more itudenti, financial
support, and public sympathy?
(4) International Relationships. Ia it
desirable for ua to create a community Interest in American colleges T
Are   international   gamea   desirable?
(5) The game and the spirit of Its
surroundings.
Is It beneficial to student life?
(6) Credit System. Is it desirable in
all branches of organized games?
The committee recommended that
If tho game Is endorsed, It should be
with the assurance of full support of
the Btudents.
Students are aaked to submit fur
ther questions and points to Dr, J. S.
Davidson, William Thompson, Fred W.
Guernsey.
Three Colleges
To Meet at Banff
The Banff swimming team waa
picked Wednesday attornoon. Mr.
Cox, the coach, finally awarded the
placet on the team to the following
men: Bob Gillespie, Bruce McDonald,
Reg. Wllsoa, Tike Abernethy and Gordon Baker. The first four are swim-
mere, while the last man, Gordon Baker, is the diver.
These swimmers are tbe pick of the
olub, and will represent vanity to
the beit of their ability up at the
Hot Spring!. Indeed, a better all
around team of iwimmen oould not
be found in the city. With Tike Abernethy'a speed in tbe short iwimi;
McDonald's stamina in the diltance
races i and Wilson's and Gillespie's
all-round ability, U. B. 0, ought to
capture all the racing eyenti at the
gala. Gordon Baker ii a promising
(ark hone in the diving. He ii a
fairly recent "find," and Pres. Allan
|« keeping mum till after the gala.
The diving was keenly contested at
the eliminations, Bert Tapper was
runner-up, but Baker had the edge on
him In one or two dives, Mr. Oo*
is confident in the team, and before
their departure he has coached them
on the finer points of their events.
Thii swimming meet, which coast.-
tutea part ot Banff's famous aanual
winter iporti, Varsity will compete
with tbe Universities of Alberta and
Saskatchewan. However, the meet Is
not for the college! alone. It li aa
open meet in which tbe University
team" will compete aa individuals, and
the contest between them Will be decided by the totali of their awim*
mers' points. Hence, the U. B. 0.
team will be competing, not only with
the teams of the Universities ot Alberta and Saakatchowan, but alio with
private clubs and private individual!.
Nevertheleai, this ii the same aa an
inter-colleglate meet, and ai auch it
will be regarded by all three Universities,   Indeed, it is hoped tt will be
WOMEN STILL WINNING
Apparently the U. D. C. women
are Invincible. Witness this — en-
other victory In the basket-ball field
—•won by Senior B team against Ex-
North Van. High last Monday night.
Due to the straight shooting of Doris
Woods, Jean Musgrave and George
Wh I taker, Varsity's points totalled 22
—while the excellent playing of the
whole team kept the opposition down
to 12.
Senior B Girls are: Doris Woods
(capt.), Gerry Whltaker, Jean Musgrave. Marge Lanning, Beryl Grant
and Virginia Welch.
FIRST SOCCER
OUTTOR CUP
This Saturday, at Gamble Street
ground!, the Varsity firit loooerltes
will staok up against the smoky Vancouver Engineeri. The oonteit Is a
Mainland Cup fixture, Varsity hopei
to win this coveted trophy and eon-
■equintly the Engineer! will not be
the only onei to blow off iteam Saturday.
The team should be In the best possible condition. Oeorge Ledlngham
hai been up early every day thii
week driving hli bus. Bill Phillip*
has been following a dleael fly wheel!
around. Buokley, whoie throat bothered him last week, has been taking
loiengei in the form ot U. B, 0. potatoes and li now better, Harry
Mother has studied tor three nights
in succession to remove a quantity ot
extraneous poundage. Tom Wilkinson and Art Stevenson have attended
a dance and report themselves at top
form. -Tack Crees and Quene Tip
haven't done anything io as to be
sure of remaining fit.
The Bnglneen are at the top of
their form. Their position In the first
division ii an enviable one. They
are rounding off their training this
week by carrying red hot rivets, The
idea li to help them to gain speed
for a quick breakaway. All hai been
done tor the muscles that can be to
put them in iron form.
When the whittle toots at 8.80 Saturday afternoon at Gambia, Varsity
will hop off as follows: Mosher;
Crute and Manning; Buokley, Phillips
and Ledlngham; Cameron, Crees,
Yip, Steveneon and Wilkinson. The
team hopei to notice, amongst tboae
preient, maay ot their University
frlendi.
series "of swimming
the Prairie colleges
the flrst ot a
meets between
and U. B. C.
The following Is the schedule of the
Club for the rest of the term:
Banff Meet*—February 18.
Inter-Class Elimination—Feb.  28.
Meraloma S. C. vs. Varsity—Mar. 3.
V.H.S.C. vs. Varsity—Mar. 10.
Westminster vs. Varsity—Mar. 19.
Badminton
On Saturday the second team meets
(he North Vancouver Club In Boalty
Street  Drill Hall at 7.30 p.m.
Team—G. Carpenter, I. Stevenson,
H. Drown, R. Noble and Mlases A.
Hopkins, J. Partington, D. Porteous
and  K.  Eddy.
The Varsity open championships
are scheduled to begin February 27th.
Entry lists will be posted In the Arts
building.
Varsity has quite a number of entries In the B. C. Open Championships
which start next Wednesday. Miss
V. Millner with Miss E. George of
the 7th Battalion Club, will defend
their title as Ladles Doubles Champions and Dick Davidson, his of the
Junior Singles Champion of B. C.
There Is some strong opposition in
the latter event, but Dick is playing
In good form and we back him against
'em all.
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The 8eniors have been setting the
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and this will undoubtedly be the
match ot the season. On the laat
meeting the blue and gold tossers
were annihilated, but not without
throwing a scare Into the ranks of the
fast-stenplng Adanaos. After their convincing win over the Native Sons, erstwhile Y.M.C.A. champions of the
mainland for many years previous to
the collegians' epoch-making success
last time round, the home team are
expected to extend the league leaders to the full, and the contest should
provide thrills galore. Vancouver
Y. M, C. A„ Gamble Street. Saturday
night. 9   P.m.
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Your Patronage Appreciated
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From the Tetralut 8boe Company of
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