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 '■*.. issued Tvlce tyeeklv b» the Students' Publications Board of The University of British Columbia.
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VANC0UV8R, B, C„ OCTOBBR 11. 1020
No. 6
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Discusnions regarding the Publication^ butjgvt, the Player's Club bud*
St end tfis equlpm'.nt neaessary for
S iym fSAtured this week's Coun*
Oil meeting!'
A motion that the treasurer request
an itemised statement of lest year's
eauUeft money from the Bursar was
passed,
A motion thet a committee ot three,
JgjpMftJS &• 8»«toeM.Msnager,
im wsth tytureTn *J2M
irtfig impressed '
'ni! dssonnid the
oTMiMenffi
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X "The Btorj»'* he des*
H& la'ihe Mont-
fence wwj
ifinil
theT
le achiSVemettts' of da*
and man from the early ages
te the Ptssent time.
«re amrag bis address, Genoa
^    read, a tew et his war poems.
yob the Hue DuBois" concerns, a ne>
*TStad shrine whioh bad been shelled
, _, the Germans. The great number of
efttyMes in  the  Canadian  ranks
*_»_» seeond^hattta of Vsres
.   wiled tbe Bonier Padre to write the
•' *Jmk "Requlescnt" which ta a supposl*
•lV trai ef what may have happened to
thi seals of those men who, were
killed during this engagement "The
Penalty" is a description of a deserter
from the army, who wai sentenced to
be shot Snd Whom the Padre baptised
lust before his death.
Archdeacon Scott stated that he
was very im pressed by the size of
the Campus, which ln the future, he
said, would allow the University to
expand in site and give a greater opportunity for learning in B.C.
Professor Harvey introduced the
speaker to those preaent and thanked
him for his very Interesting address.
NOON-HOUR CONCEIT
Arthur Gramm, violinist, played aa
-fating artist at the Musical Society*
second weekly concert.
Dr. Sedgwick, in his opening ad-
dres%sfsked tot more appreciation ot
the Musical Society than has hither-
to been expressed by the students.
"Keep the interests of the Musical
Sooiety In view," he requested.
Harold Xing pbtyed "Fantaele"
from FaUKt, and Adams' "Holy City"
oa the trumpet, accompanied by
Jollm Bmerson at the Piano.
James Warr sang ''Olve Me the
Open Road" by Delmar and "Friend
of Mine" by Weatherby, and was
warmly appreciated by the audience.
Arthur Greuim, in his own composition ''Chanson Triste" brought out
the tonal beauties of an instrument
which was made especially for him
by an artist In this city. The "Pan-
tasle Brilliants" by Smetana, showed
to great advantage that the artist
Is a master of technique. Por his encore, which his audience insisted
he played the delicate "Berceuse"
of Pilser. He was sympathetically accompanied by Gertrude Gramm.
Mr. Gramm Is an outstanding graduate of the Paris Conservatoire, where
he etudied under Marsech. Mr. Gramm
is considered one of the most
prominent visiting artists of this
musical season.
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Den's Union Building is sh*
DeanM, L. BoUsrtai
F^AUh0uSh the primary aim wai
td otm en attractive building tfit
women's" meetings aad social functions only, nevertheless second-best
will be acoepted and room for the
new Home .economics course, tbe
nursing course, and a few officers Is
being planned. It ls hoped to
obtain .this building In one of four
way: by a large donation from one
party; by the combined donations of
about ten people; by raising a student
fond (18,000 of wblcb Is now on
hand); by advertising. The last point
is one in which all can help out
Blaine Colledgte outlined the means
of Increasing the $8,000 fund. The
Women's Undergraduate hridgd party
will be held October 16, and every
girl Is expected to sell her share of
tickets. Two other functions will be
held during the Spring Term—Hi-
Jinks and the Co-ed's Ball.
The president stated that girls
should not smoke on the campus,
also, girls should nut let their hair
"hang." Women in Varrlty must
either "do it up or cut lt off."
After the members of the executive were Introduced to the women the
meeting adjourned.
Big Four Team
To Engage City
Saturday promises to provide an encounter packed with some real thrills
When Varsity sends its victorious
team of last Saturday up against one
of the strongest league contenders, the
Vancouver aggtsgatiou. The Vancouver team, neWly bolstered With the addition of Prank Adams, a prominent
figure in local sport, is all primed tor
the Students when they meet at g.80
at the Athletlo Park. The U.B.C. Big
Pour team, however, are confident to
a man of snatching the prise trom
the City lighting machine.
The Collegians have been out every
morning aft 7.80 on the Varsity gridiron rounding their club into an effective weapon. With only forty to forty-
five minutes a day real practice compared with other club's three or tour
hours, the boys have a heavy handicap, which they are meeting like true
Warriors. Under the reliable direction
of Dr. Burke, raw recruits, former
Intermediates, and old reliables are
steadily improving and consolidating
into a real league menace.
Thursday morning found enough
material for three full teams, rehearsing their stuff. Gavin Dirom, two
years with the Big Pour team, has put
In an appearance the last two mornings and is shaping up nicely for a
half-position.
A former Intermediate, Kd. John-
(Continued on Page f)
refer and Prsildsnt of M.U.S.; be
^P_»rt ot^tti^Sc^s* th* fldS°U1
%vm\\ ll requeet the ifursar to
have tbs amount needed for repairs
ef damage occasioned by the Prosh*
mtn In Arts 11 Arts '18 and So. '88.
The Panhcllenlc, Literary and
Soteutiflc, and Men's Athletic minutes
were all read lad approved,
In regard to the gym equipment, it
was deolded that blue and gold bunting be used* \ "4* »
"Informal dtoffluiou as to the use
of the gym. <by p.0.T.C. followed.
Munn   sM   Hutchinson    expressed
themselves eg unwilling to sacrifice
for i860 (rent offered by
" " n.> the PMsl-
gO-Sptanee.
.  _.- -_-—.T--.--T- et the annual
budtstif CbS 44.*, which was pre-
MnTid WsdftSSWv at the Alma Mater
S_*U_^^wW(«ent
, A ung^dlssttsslon of
meeting, followed
The kcralaV then
read a report
bntlw potto/ojf the Alma, Mater so
olety, The poll# as regards finances
e nowjym, reeWftr flie*3-hes .
desire Cf> to encourage *thl_tioa on
the campus and (I) to centralise social activities on tbe campus, The
Council also proposes to retain the
Honor System. In the matter ot tbe
Business Manager, it Intends to follow tbe reoommenflatlon ot last year's
council. In the matter ot athletics,
Council has deolded that all equipment will be issued by ths Curator.
A deposit of |8 tor tpmnbers ot major
teams and tt tor mttaWr* ot minor
teams will he requir^ tA remind athletes to return equipment Only travelling expenses of the deaghes are to
be paid In the mattifof the N.F.C.
U.S. Council feel sure that the A.M.S.
wtll derive benefit from Doug. Mac-
Donald's report of the N.F.C.U.S. conference held at Montreal this summer. This conference was immediately followed by the Imperial conference.
SHANEMAN ELECTED TREASURER
OF ARTS MEN'S UNDERGRAD
The Arts Men's Undergraduate So*
clety held a general meeting in Arta
100 on Thursday noon, October 10,
to elect a treasurer and to discus,
their plans for the coming year. Mr.
Shaneman was .elected to tne position
of treasurer. It was then voted that
"smokers" should be continued, and
the dates set are as follows: The
Arts '81 Smoker on Nov. 8; the Arts
'82 Smoker on Jan. 17: the Arts '88
Smoker on March 7, and the final
Smoker or Banquet on March 28. At
the close of the meeting Doug. Pollock discussed plans for starting a
band in the University.
Coming Events
TODAY, OCT. 11—
Badminton Msetlng, Arts 10S,
neon.
Preah Reception, Auditorium.
Boat Club Meeting
Player's Club Meeting, neon.
SATURDAY, OOT, 1*—
Bnglteh  Rugby. Varaity Srs.
vs. Rowing Club. Brockton
Point, il p.m. Intermedlatee
vs. Meralomas.
Canadian Rugby, Seniors ve.
Vancouver, Athletlo Park at
2.10,
Soeeer, Varaity Seniors vs
Sena of Scotland, Robaon
Park, 8 p.m. Juniors ve
Westminster Royal Juniors,
Moody Square, 3 p.m.
Initiation Will End
ion
For Frosh
The Prosh Reception, one of the
oldest traditions In tbe University,
waa established a number of years
ago for ths purpose of ending the
Prosh Initiation with a sooial tunc*
tion which would enable ths Freshman Class to become acquainted with
the upper year students. At the same
time It gives the men aad women of
tbe freshman Class an opportunity to
become acquainted.
Custom has long made the Frosb
dance strictly informal. There will he
no introduction committee. The Frosh
in particular are encouraged to mingle
as much as possible with the upper
yeari,' ;...    . t . -v^a
Since the danoe marks the dose of
Initiation, all Freshmen must wear
tbelr placards, During the dance
there isAA-eireatony to which the
placards are discarded and the Prosh
ere at jm free to assume the responsibilities of tull undergraduates.
Another feature of the Reception
will be the "Grand Raffle" to help defray the additional eipense of hold-
ing the dues intheAuditorium. The
valuable prises win be drawn for Snd
presented by Dr. Sedgwick. Tickets
for the raffle will be sold during the
dance. No one Will be admitted to
the dance without a ticket.
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Biochemistry Subject
Of Graduate's Talk
"Repent Advances In Biochemistry"
. waa the AttWect of un address by Dr,
Tia*t*es, i graduate of the u,B.O„ delivered before an open meeting of the
Chemistry Society In Se, 800 on Wed*
needay> Ootober 8th.
The speaker pplnted out that it was
very difficult to give a general talk on
Biochemistry, because it is the science
ot the chemistry of living things, and
it deals with every field ot medicine
and agriculture. It is made up of
chemical morphology, chemical physl*
ology and pathological chemistry, and
therefore it is related very closely to
biology.
He explained the protein and compared its chemical structure with seaweed floating on the sea. Amino acids
which compose proteins apparently
obtain their Identity, as shown by the
experiment on white mice, ln which
they were fed upon a balanced diet
doftcient ln only one or two amino
acids, the mice died, but when only
one was omitted they lived, but did
not grow,
He then devoted some time to an
explanation ot the structure and synthesis of thyeoxin, the active principle
of thyeold. He showed how this acid
was Isolated a short time ago by Professor Harrington of the University
College Hospital, London, in about a
year and a half, which waa a marvellous piece ot work. In dosing he
spoke of the reactions and functibns
of haemoglobin in the absorption of
oxygen by the body.
Varsity Rowers
To Clash Again
Saturday at 8.80 p.m., Varelty Senior
Ruggers clash with the Rowing Olub
team in the second game of the Miller
Cup series.
Although Varsity got off to a bad
start last week, the team is confident
that the tables will be turned this
time. Morning practices have commenced and Coach Tyrwhltt has been
putting the boys through a stiff grind.
When Varsity clashes with Rowers
"A" on Saturday, the fans wll) be
treated to a real exhibition ot rugby.
The services ot Jack Kennedy have
been obtained to assist Coach Tyrwhltt. Kennedy ls a veteran forward
and under his able coaching a crack
forward line is shaping up.
Howard Cotterell, McKocknle Cup
three-quarter and speed ace, Is back
and In fine form. A find has been
made in Bobby Gaul, last year's intermediate captain; small Bobby possesses a wealth of speed, a fast getaway and a quick swervo. Playing on
the wing on Saturday, Bobby ls ex-
(Contimted on Page 8)
CHEESE-PARING
IS COUNCIL PUN
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Expats* te N Ctt Rum
Announcing a policy of "cheeseparing and financial stringsnoy" the
Students' Oounoil presented Its budget
for tbe coming session at the first
Alma Mator meeting of tbe term,
Wednesday noon. ,   ,
Russ Munn, president of tbe Atmi
Mater Sooiety welcomed Sit the stu*
dents back to their Alma Mater.
The minutes of the last meetint,
held on March It, were read end adopted.
The report of the treasurer, tm
Hutchison, tor the summer menths
showed s balance ef 1*8,08 Insb
the expected balance of 1900.
discrepancy wss accounted for t
faot that the Players Club aud
Publloatlons Board bad been less _
Stable than bad beep expected. ■-■■'■
A motion that there be an'
Btion into the cause ot thwTal
tween the expected and t.
ances was detested After the
dent explained that,a Oommlti
tbe Council members bad
vestlgated this and found
to have heen unavoidable,
was adopted.
Tbe secretary outlined tbe Conn*
oil's policy ter tbe oomlng ysay as
^°(}7li|soinllne«*.To'fetain the Honey;'
System. ■   '    v*-
(8) Business Manager Syatom-*~To
be given a fair trial. Ail seeds to be
bought by thTBuslness Msnsger after
being authorised by Council The services ot the Business Manager to be
available to assist Counoil.
~*i$r Atbtottas—  -
Curator; Players gut     ____ _.
statement to wttu«. the sequin.'AA-'j
(b) To pay coaches oi
legitimate travelling
(4) Gymnaslunv-To attei
(a) to encourage «
the campus;
(b) to centralise sooial activities oa the campus;
(c) to charge a moderate rental
for each function relative to Its
slse.
(5) Finances — To practice rigid
economy.
(6) National Federation of Canadian University Students to investigate by Council the various proposals
(Continued on Page 8)
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DEBATING UNION RESENTS
COUNCIL'S ATTITUDE
Deploring what was quoted as an
"overbearing attitude on the part of
the Students' Oounoil," Miss Betty
Moore, president, and other membera
of the Debating Union spoke Wednesday in Arts 108. Mr. Charles Braajor,
representing Council, declared that
the position of Council was quite justified, while Mr. James Dunn, as a member both of tbe Debating Union and
ot Council, urged the UiUpn to consider the position in as kindly a manner as possible.
Mr. Frank Morley In a spirited
speech censured the Students' Council tor changing certain arrangements
for intercollegiate debates without
consulting the Debating union. Mr.
Braaier replied with an explanation
of Council', motives, maintaining that
there was no fault to be found with
them. Mr. Dunn followed him with
an urge for a more co-operative spirit,
reminding the Club that Counoil controlled all student activities, and suggesting tbat the D.U. request tbe
Council to reconsider tbelr deoision
as regards the debating team, which
had been changed by order ot Council.
Miss Betty Moore Insisted tbat tbe
D.U. had a right to he consulted by
the Council in all matters appertain*
Ing to debuting, and maintained that
the "policy of kindness" should he
followed by tbe Students' Council also. Tbe meeting closed with motions
to request Council to reconsider the
situation as regards the Debating
Union, and to request the DAT. executive to reconsider their decision to
remain.
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EDITOR-m-CmSIMlederick a. Pllkington
Bdltorlel Staff
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SeperterUI staff
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Asseeiatssi Bessie .ts_<ltf k'tfeaTatt"** Assistanti Doris Barton
IKMK't llltl.
There is In Bastern Canada a swamp called "Skunk's Mis
sty," iitd In It Uvea a hermit, shunning tits sooiety ot normal
people. We lmafins that lis is entirely satisfied with his present
kroatlon, jUthough plUed and despised hy his neighbors.
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Oounoil seems to have taken ths hermit as a
and to have chosen at. ambitious course calculated to els*
' .B.C. to share ths lofty pedestal fraoed by the Hermit
, _ . • ni*t session this university will stand alone or
father w<r|oh awrt trom tha other college*. Sm athletics we may
stset ope <rfThe mirie unirertftiee In Canadian Rugby, provided
ft male money out at li Bo far ths annual Journey of the swim-
sito team Into Bant has not been cancelled. A team of not mors
a .ta&a-dosefl trackmen may go to the prairies, and a basket*
^osefl trackmen may go to the prairies, and a basket*
irith .Wwhintfon will perhaps be scheduled if it will
ere totetieotueT activity Is oonoerned the almighty dollar
ii bah to bs out down ss much aa possible. This year the
I Union planned one more debaU than last year, a worn-
ltd with the U, of Washington. Alas, it coit money, so
im forbidden. Luckier, eavrell as staging its annual engage*
teams from New Jtaaiand. Hawaii and an eastern college. These
Wt three tours afs pot flnanoelhy thUs uiiimslty and therefore
Of another esample ot the lavlshness of ths broad-minded
Council, we will say little, lest we be accused of serving personal
'   tt will suffice to state that Council has frowned upon the
T two Pqbucattonn Board delegates to the annual FaciAo
?0)leglate Press Association's Convention. It is under this
ation that ths "Ubyssey" gives to the universities of the
&0 Coast a twice-weekly glimpse of student life ln this Unl-
.. Jerlng all sides of University activity in their true value,
Is ths University of British Columbia embarking on a program
of "splendid isolation" or merely emulating the Hermit of Skunk's
Miseryf
MLLNMTE 00NVENTI0N
There is % rapidly spreading tradition In college life, evident
particularly on this continent, which we have lately heard called
the Collegiate Convention. It Is hard to explain all the peculiarities of this phenomenon, for it is insidious and difficult to analyse.
In an exaggerated form it is propagated by pseudo-college stories,
moving pictures, and humour. From the blatantly sophisticated
atmosphere of these portrayals of life on the Campus, it has come
to be the fashion to show scorn and disapproval for indulgence
in intellectual pursuits. Sometimes the convention Is shown in
a conviction that art is inconsistent with the ideals of a progressive and enterprising college student. It is a fashion that matters
artistic are effeminate and sentimental. The sentimentality lies.
on ths contrary, in the fallacy which dictates that a red-blooded
student should be indifferent to the aesthetic side of life.
We are not advising an artificial imitation of the aesthetic
nineties nor suggesting hopefully the study of the "Yellow Book"
aia manual ot culture. Nevertheless, we feel that a more artistic
style could easily be cultivated, or allowed to develop itself once
the present fashion of college life had been allowed to die.
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Blologlcal Discussion
Club
A meeting ot the Biological Discussion Olub will he held at tbe heme
of Dr, 0. McLean Fraser, 4l_g-«th
Avenue West on Monday, Ootober 14,
at I p.M. Dr. Fraser will give a paper
on "lava."
Radio Club
The Srst meeting et the Radio Club
for this session will he held in App.
Sc. let, at noon Tuesday, October IB.
Victoria College students, and students of other years, watch the notice
board carefully. Your names will be
posted for your Medical Appointment
but not Bicessartty ta alphabetical
order. Please note that some ot the
dates have been altered and students
whose appointments are already made
would be well advised to examine the
notice board to ascertain If the date
of their appointment has been altered.
Aft dull
heldanSS to-day in room Arts 102.
All those interested are invited to
attend as several Important matters
will be discussed.
La Canadlenne
A meeting of La Canadlenne will be
held on Tuesday, October ll, at I
{i.m„ at the home of Miss Jean Mac*
ntoah, 1111 Marguerite Street. (Take
the Kerrisdale oar). Graduates welcome.
Badminton Club
Oeaeral meeting to-day, Friday, at
11:11, Arts 101. Program for coming
season will be announced. All wishing
to join must attend.
LOST
Wilt the girl who took a pair of
I'alo.aes by mistake from the library
ast Priday afternoon please bring
back the same and get her own in return; or write, via letter raok, Patricia Newlands, Arts 'SI.
Class and Club Notes
Graduates'Club
The first taeetlhg of the Graduates'
Club. Will be hsldTuosKy evening,
October 16th, at the some of the
President, Mr. Ferdle Munro, 2871-
Ilia Ave. West at 8 p.m.
Dr. C. McLean will speak on the
Pacific Science Congress at Java.
Any graduates on the campus wish*
ing to join the Cluh are Invited to
attend this meeting.
Dsr Dsutschs Vsrtln
bald on Monday, October 14, at I p.m.
at ths home of Miss Constance
Holmss, 4910 Blenheim Street.
It is very important that ill old
and new members should attend this
meeting. There will be election of
officers fer tbts year, and discussion
ot future plsns.
Woman's Qym Club
A meeting of the Women's Gym-
naslum Club wilt be held tn Arts 101
on Tuesday, October 11, at 11:11.
Definite plans hare been made for
the opening of classes, and all those
interested sre urged to be present
v   NOTIC81
Freshman song practice aad announcements regarding Frosh reception, to-day (Priday), 11.18 la Audi,
tortus.,
Correctly
flood materials, super-
fttish tnjMdlw shoes
for men and women.
Injledew's Ltd*
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An Apology
Through an error the Issue of Ubyssey of October 4th contained an ad*
rertlsement which carried the name
of ingledew's Ltd This was wholly
wrong and should not have appeared
Jt all. It was aot authorised by Ingle*
ew's nor was it in any way a statement of their policy.
However, our friendly relations with
the firm are as strong as ever, so the
Ubyssey has aot lost a supporter
through ita mistake.
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(Motion Picture Flower Growth Picture, in Color, etc.)
January, 1930—AGNA ENTERS
One Performance by the Celebrated Mime and Dancer
Management, Lily J. Laverock
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peoted to give us an exhibition worth
watching.
Harold Keller ls back ln his old
berth at flve-elrtths, With this weeks
training Harold ought easily to outplay the fist stepping Leroy.
Orayd %d «*yW riS% evArlast
wees1* «.\iii m mm*
must be improved at alfoosi He
spends SH his spare time bMkHng his
little sister and the Ire hydfint at
tihe oorner.
Oaptala BUI Locke is. oenfldent ot
sttooeVs, end is himself setting a
good ssamale of rugby to the reel of
tbe team, Let's go, enthusiasts, aad
hack your enthusiastic squad.
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WHAT'S the idea of the green eyebrows?" asks Bill's
chum aa he Interrupts bim enjoying Caesar's BeUum
Britannlous. "They're as paasd for Indoor wear as galluses or
corsets. Oet -wise, old kid. gel wise."
"Oet wise, yourself, Socrates. It Isn't so long since you ate in
tha k-tohan," replied BUI.
"Say, why don't you got friend Sis to make a few shades.
They don't need to coat more than a few cents and they do
look sort of ohio or ultra and all that sort of thing. You're
good at fancy work yourself, you sheik."
It's ae easy as that to have good lighting. Ton should never,
never let "taw" light strike the eye nor reflect light from a
white page. Shade evesy light and try to bring It over your
shoulder when yea study. Use lastds-froeted lamps, which
disuse the light. Avoid glare and avoid gloom. Rave plenty
of Ught but control it properly. Thus you wlU save your
eyesight.
A letter or pottcord will bring you
our booklet entitled
"Correct Lighting for Every Room
in the House"
13fe_TOTtaJ!M_M
HBADOITJCB TmWF VANCOUVER* B.C.
Cram* i7 Cancel*
U. of W, Debate
(Continued -rem Page 1)
of this sooiety suoh as an Alma Mater
fee to cover all expenses and than to
resent tbe result to thi Alma Mater
meh %i* nPWbVSl. Thi policy
fgjp. In "this .ne amount Isiit
for. Womsn'6 Debates, when
as to ths reasons for this
treasurer.
Xsitioned
Mr. Munn
. una slid that nothing had
allowed them owing to^elnsutlelent
Intsrest shown by thi debaters sad
their supporters. He said that women
are as eligible ss men lor all debates. In tie budget IIM Is set aside
for contingencies during the yesr.
A proposal to out down tbe budget,
In order to have more money in re-
8U
serve, was thought unnecessary slnoe
ifflclent f
week before the mesUng in order that
care jjs being taken to me-
get sb0% wat tegll stu^sntf a
vent any organisation greatly eici
ins Its we'""
The
»
that copies of the bud-
they might think it ever wis found
to be impossible. It would be necee*
sary to change M constitution to si*
iewt the Wi|eeti|i orm leiietr
to be deferred so asto give tlms tm
the preparation ot the budget.
The budget was adopted and It Was
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Ubyssey.
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Curious: Did you site year wife
tbat little lecture oa economy yen
tomestlclty: Yast
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Muneie» Muee (to ft. Macdon*
aid): Whet makes you laugh
sot
Macisnaid: rm net laughing,
just thinking,
Arnold Henderson (on phone)
Hello, Springtime, this Is Arnold speaking;
Jim Dunn (to Blaine Col-
ledge): You hold my hand when
i teei faint,
Maodonaldi Looks like big
business when lt Isn't
Ounni Small pumpkins, s'al*
right
The  Student ,„-,—- 4 -
11 hold ito flrst week-end camP fer
lyteoliff on O ' "" "'"
student on the
the session st the Y
lan, Movement
ZJl. camp,
tecllff on October 11 and 11. Any
. »nt on tbe oampus who Is interested is most oofdiily Invited. _ .
_ The group will leave on the West
Vanoouver Forty, MO pm. Saturday
afternoon and will return late Baa-
day afternoon. Those who are
to attend tor tbe full Ume i
weloomed any tints during tbe wee!
end.
On Saturday ovenlns Bev. Prsah
Parley, vloe-prtnclpie of Columbia
College will lead a forum discussion
ou "The Idea of Purpose,"
Sunday morning will be dsvoWd te
small study groups aad shape! set-
vioe. The topics Cor the groups as
suggested at present are _Moral
OoodneM and tte Rsilglous vtmr."
and "Jesus' Modirn AuTnority," the
final forum oa Sunday aftemooa Is te
be led by Ure. J. Stuart Jamieson ea
seme.phase of 'Christianity la Med.
era World Relations."
All campers are advised to bytes
blankets, hiking clothes, mturtoel.to*
strumentii seag books, flash-lights,
tut*: ,	
future annouuesmsnt
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The Varsity Christian Union wi
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Sit
•ubiect "Wh* t am a mm*? m
speaker emphasised the .uperiort
of genuine Christ
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He showed thi value
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son. is also trying for a berth. Bd- Is
fast on his feet and a snappy ball-
handler,* howevir, bis taokling stw
requires some brushing up. Cottle
Shields, slightly injured in the last
game Is now feeling flt again and
promises a performance worthy of his
noteworthy effort of the premier encounter. Jim Winters, who turned ln
a good game at tackle, may wake tbe
half line In the coming tussle. Coleman, who has been smearing them in
regular fMkton, Is right m on his
toes and will cause Vancouver some
real trouble at his flying wing position.
Students who fail to attend the
coming tangle will miss & teal treat
Varsity has the signal system down
to a nicety and Will forsake m V
shooters formation." Thi «tud
play aa attractive open Said ggjue
Which proves of real interest e
spectators unacquainted with
dian Rugby.
Po L Po A*
University of Cal.-~That eollegs students are dally adopting a new deflb-
(Uon for the word "work" ls evidenced
by the tact that a fresh co*ed applied
at the employment os.ee for * "Jotr*
watching Greta Oerbe la sella* tn a
movie stndlo.
The employment offloe reports a
rushing business since the Opining ot
the fail term. Bo far there have been
approximately 170 applications Hied,
and of that number, most Of the student, desiring work have been placed.
The majority ot the oalla are for
drug store aad soda fountain Jabs,
work for board aad room, eaaeisur-
Ing, tutoring and governess positions,
and clerical work. At present there
are several opportaalttea for women
seeking work to defray board aad
room expenses.
"Whar yo' all gwie. Bastusf
"I'se buatln' elerphunt.."
"Lawsee, boy doa,t yo' aU know
faint no elephants been?"
"tf dey waa, Ah wouldn't hatter
hunt an' dat's what Ah wants ter do."
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_«»T !S ELECTED
TRACK CLUB HEAD
e4r**_«M_M«**r>_i
After electing Dutch Qrimmett as
President and Hammett as Vice-
President, the members ot tbe Traok
Club disouseed the program tor this
term at a meeting held in Arts 101
at noon on Tuesday, October 8.
It was decided that the traok meet
Stwesn the Prosh and the rest of
S University would be held on Ootober II. Tbe Arta '10 Road Race
wai scheduled to take place on Wed-
TEE; TJ3Y8f
ueedey. October 10,
Oivldson, Honorary president
ie Olub, suggested that interest
it be oreated amongst tbe stu*
its for tbe traok if some equipment was placed near tbe University
 lugs   In   order   that   anybody
might try their hand at high er low
Jumping st soon or say other oon*
vebieflT time.
To show the appreciation ef tbe
Rid work and sound sdvioe thst Dr.
vidsod had given the Olub in tbe
past all these present gate bim a
star rocket
Wednesday was ohessu si the regular practice day, when tbe Coach,
Bob pranasr would be present from
Tt»e Vice/President was appointed
Curator of the Olub te leek after tbe
" went. The equipment would be
ea the regular practice day and
other day so lens as the key te
returned there aftsr.tae practice.
TW» Saceit Teans
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ft Hpy msml
Sth Sons of Scotland at Robson
jtk, m the ^dniorsbavel to West*
to engags  thi Royals at
mr
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wUl 11. • up as follows!
Roberts;    Msnnlng;
pa; Stafford: Partridge;
tars, and Cooke.
TW* personne of the Junior eleven
&%**&&**** ^ %♦ W*™
be tddked from trader, Wlle*Thaia«
Smith. Southey, M.Kelinr, and Diok*
sea.
%
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I TO MEET KNOB
»T rKST TRACK EVENT
The flrst event ot Varsity's Track
season—the Prosh vs Varslty—wlU be
held at the oval oa Wednesday next,
October!! at I p.m.
The Prosh have several outstanding
athletes In their ranks who will make
•Vb*rd for the upper classmen to take
Athletes who wish to take part la
this moot will find tbe necessary list
of events on the Men's Athletic Notice
Board. Everyone is urged to get into
shape immediately for'the executive
Is working hard to make 1)129 • 80 the
best year on record. However, this
can only be done with the full cooperation of all students.
First Beat Club Meeting
WHOuUte Plans
The semi-annual meeting of the
University Boat Club will be held ln
Ap. So. 102, on Friday, Ootober 11. at
12:15 p.m. Arrangements bave now
been completed for tbe Boat Club's
activities, and they will be outlined
at the meeting. A secretary and a
treasurer bave to be elected, and
all those interested in rowing are
urged fo attend and give the Club
the good support it needs. The flrst
practice will he held on Saturday
afternoon at the premises of the Van*
couver Rowing Club, and those who
intend.to take up rowing must be
down there.
MRU W ASSEMMIMATEMM.
ttTHEm mjtoicTNY m
Meeting called for Wednesday wtll
be bald to-day (Friday) at I p.m. in
Arts 108. A good representation of
class members ls needed for this important meeting.
Scfrtti H Elicit Enortrn
Science '80 held its flrst olass meeting this year Monday noon. The following oStoers were elected:
Honorary President Professor P.W.
Vernon; President James Pike; Vice-
President, J. Hadgktss; Secretary, H.
C. Horwood; Treasurer, Ted Hay;
Athletic Representative, Bill Selby;
Literary Representative, Roy Graham.
Bertrand RusssH
Noted Educator
An outstanding figure in the academic World ot to-day, the Hon. Bert
rand Russell, visits the olty to speak
at the Vancouver Theatre, On Saturday evening, October il. The visitor's
topic will be modern education. On
that subject he engaged in debate
With Will Durant the well-known
American, at the Town Hall. New
York, on SUnday last, The discussion
dealt with l|e question, "Is Modem
Education a Failure T," Bertrand Russell taking the affirmative side;
Over a soore ol books stand to Mr,
Russell's oredit. These range from
"German Sooial Democracy," the
"Philosophy of Leibnlts" aad "Pria-
olpla Mathematlca" to "The Practice
aad Theory ot Bolshevism," "Tbe
Prospects of Industrial Civilisation/'
"Ths Problem ot China," ths "A. B, 6,
of Relativity," and "Marriage and
Morals,"
Mr. Russell, who Is helr-presump-
tlve to the Russell earldom, is a
grandson of Lord John Russell, Liberal Prime Minister ef Reform Bill
sixth Duke ot Bedford.
Deeply interested In educational
problems, Mr. Russell conducts a
sehoel on novel principles. Hs slms
at securing academic proficiency with
jueatal and physical fearlessness, initiative and independence. Social evils
exist Mr. Russell thinks, because the
present educational system Is wrong.
Proper education should bring about
a balance ef physical, mental and
moral well-being.
-The address of Lloyd
lllams,  Science  '81,  Stanley W,
Mathews, Registrar,
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Pt. Orey 1470-0
WOMEN MLO WH
IN HOCKEY LEAGUE
Saturday afternoon the Women's
grass hockey teams of the University
will play their flrst games ot the season. The two teams entered in the
league will be of equal calibre and
will be called U.B.O. and Varsity.
U.B.C. will plgy against Normal and
Varsity against ex-Britannia. Both
matches will be played in the afternoon and a notice will be posted stating tbe tiiie and place. The teams
whioh have been ohosen for these
games only And are not permanent by
any means, are as follows: V, B. C—
Mable McDonald, M, Ross, M, McKay.
ti. OA'tfiAy*
ridge, C, Sellars, M, Harvie, The
U.B.C. team will wear green berets
to distinguish them from ths Normal
«rls. Varslty-M. Root M. Martin, a
_'ppo, D, Thompson, j, Cameron. M.
CasUsmon, M, Johnson. M. Campbell,
I, McArthur, H, Fairley. N. Ferguson. AU those whose names have aot
been mentioned are requested to be
on hand, at the games ss spares. Any
girls who wilh to play hookey but
who have not turned out tor pra-tlie
yet are to be there also. There are
aboat thirty girls turning out now snd
It enough more turn out there is s
probability ot a third team being entered ln the league, whioh has been
recently formed.
A meeting will be bold on Friday
night at I o'clock In the Normal Auditorium and all hockey girls aot going
to the Frosh.are asked to come to
this- This is the flrst year women's
grass hockey has been In a league and
there Iii every possibility of the year
being the mist successful In the history ot the Club.
Attention!
.Our SiW store it open tot your
inspection. Drop in end tee ut ae
we want you to nuke thlt your
down-town headquarter..
A greet many of tbe stiideali
will no doubt remember Charlie
Kraasle who t«Ve ihem Hieh wus*
derful fit aad tervice ia Ihe p«e.
Our new fall sad wlsler swdeU
are ef the msm cut aad style dial
sm being thews ia the hading
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Varsity Studeiifs
Right here in the Hudson's Bay Company
Clothing Department are wardrobes Ailed
with New Fall Clothes—Styled for Varsity
Students—and when we say "Styled" that
means Real 1929 Style -Youth—Dash—and
besides, the gentlemanly air about every
garment—Tailored too!
"Hudsonia^Gannents
Al
$27.50
Do
You Know
on Saturdays
There will be two of your
own boys right In our
Clothing Department to
show you the New Styles
and help you to get acquainted with our clothes.
No obligation to
look around.
About
TUXEDOS
This Fall we have developed
a Student's Tuxedo with a
pure silk facing, art silk
lined, and my, what style in
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