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 THE UBYSSEY
Vol. LXIII, No. 63
Vancouver, B.C. Friday, February 13.1981
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SUB defies handicapped admittance
Disabled still face problems
By ANNE GIBBON
1981 is the International Year of the
Disabled Person, declared by the United Nations to create world awareness of the problems facing the disabled and the need for action.
UBC students who use wheelchairs on
campus have had ample practice in being
aware. They study on a campus initially
designed, and to a large extent still existing,
exclusively for the ambulatory. Every day
they confront countless situations taken for
granted by the mobile student. Every day
they must be resourceful in devising alternate
approaches to such situations, or avoid them
entirely.
The goal of wheelchair-bound students is
to attain independent campus travel. Their
major obstacle is building inaccessibility.
Science student Pam Frazee is one who faces
this obstacle. She says UBC suffers from architectural problems since it was never planned well for people with impaired mobility.
Glen Williams, UBC counsellor for handicapped students, says that due to the age of
the campus, solving the problem is no simple
task. Many old inaccessible buildings still
abound. "It's a major job at an old institution," he says.
The size of the campus makes things more
difficult. "UBC is like a small city. It's like
trying to make Kelowna accessible," says
Williams.
In 1977 the exact magnitude of UBC's accessibility problems was determined through
a study done by the faculty of Rehabilitation
Medicine. The survey, available in the
counselling centre, details the conditions of
all campus buildings and includes recommendation for improvement.
The survey, which resulted in a much needed awareness, also produced some tangible
results. In 1978 a major project was undertaken in which over 100 campus curbs were
graded. Ramps were installed in various
places such as Cecil Green Park and the War
Memorial Gym, the latter being funded by
the CKNW Orphans' Fund and the Grad
class of that year. The area outside the
Buchanan Building was also graded.
However, the study was done four years
ago. And although any new building designed must conform with provincial accessibility
regulations, a barrage of other accessibility
problems still plague the campus.
A simple examination of an "average day"
for the wheelchair-bound person reveals a
startling number of difficulties the mobile
person never considers:
The day begins by getting to school. Some
disabled students commute by special buses.
Others drive cars fitted with hand-controls.
By arrangement with the UBC Traffic
Department, students can reserve an exclusive parking space near their classes for
$33 a year. It is called "preferential" parking
and it sounds ideal.
Frazee, who requires such a place, dispels
that myth. She parks in the lot near the
Woodward building. The two spaces allotted
to disabled people there get rather busy at
times, she reports — since three people require places. "You pay $33 and there are no
parking spaces," she says. "It's ridiculous."
Mobile students pay $10 per year to use B
lot. Some handicapped students say the price
difference is unfair. Law student Tim Lewis
says having a parking space near one's classes
is vital on such a large campus. "I don't
think you should lie penalized for the added
convenience," he says. "You shouldn't pay
more than able-bodied students."
But Al Hutchinson, director of traffic and
security, says the price is worth the service. "They get better parking than the staff
and faculty," he says. "I think it's fair."
After coping with traffic and dubious
parking facilities, a wheelchair-bound student may make it to class on time. But often
a punctual arrival is meaningless if the
building is inaccessible. The Buchanan
building is one of UBC's worst offenders.
Although the first and second floor can be
conquered via graded curbs, the wings are insurmountable. The reason: a staff elevator
services all levels, but for the building's wings
it stops between floors. To reach the desired
floor, several between-level steps must be
overcome. If a wheelchair-bound student is
unable to find others to lift the chair, he or
she is in for long wait. Buchanan also lacks
accessible washrooms.
Often the classroom itself is entirely inaccessible. In such cases a class is changed to an
appropriate location.
"I've never been unable to take a class,"
reports Tim Lewis.
However, delays in classroom changes do
happen, at the student's expense. Last fall
Lewis missed 3 months of a course while
waiting for a room change.
After a day combatting such situations, the
wheelchair-bound student may decide to
relax at the SUB. However, it is a sad irony
that a student-funded building, designed for
student use in fact discriminates against those
in wheelchairs. The Art Gallery, the Auditorium, and the Pit offer no means of independent access for wheelchair-bound students. "For regularly used places, there are
loo many steps involved," says Lewis.
It is also interesting to consider that after
recent renovations to the Pit, changes encompassing the needs of the handicapped were
overlooked.
There are no permanent ramps leading into
the main entrance. And there are no adequate washroom facilities — a significant
oversight when one considers the principal
activity of the Pit. "All pubs should have accessible washrooms," declares Frazee. "It's
been one of my greatest crusades."
Inaccessible buildings like SUB and
Buchanan are among the major campus
obstacles for the ambulatory disabled.
But UBC is riddled with other, more subtle
problem areas. A heavy narrow door, an out-
of-reach elevator button, pay phone, or
drinking fountain, a narrow library aisle —
all are minor details which can become major
problems for those in wheelchairs. Changes
are needed.
The first step towards improvement is
defining the problem. An "Awareness
Week" is being arranged to make the problems of the disabled more widely-known.
Slated for March 9 to 13, the week is the product of organizing by students from
Rehabilitation Medicine, Nursing, and
Special Education.
Debbie Wheatley (Special Education 4),
co-ordinator of the event, says speakers, activities, and workshops are planned to promote a better consciousness and understanding of the needs of the handicapped.
One such activity is the "Wheelchair
Tour", which will allow mobile people to experience the campus sitting down. UBC administration president Doug Kenny and provincial education minister Brian Smith have
also been invited to take the tour so that they
too might determine the extent of architectural barriers on campus.
Jill Kinmont, a former Olympic skier
disabled in a skiing accident, will speak on
March 9. She is familiar to audiences through
the movie "The Other Side of the Mountain"
which dramatized her experiences.
Co-ordinator Wheatley hopes the week
fosters new attitudes towards labels given to
people with impairments. She calls it
"Special Persons" Week to avoid the label
"handicapped".
"These people are not in any way handicapped. The only handicaps a person has
are the barriers we build for him."
The barriers, then, are realized; awareness
is being created. But it is only half the battle.
Tangible action is the next step. Unfortunately, action costs money. As Glen Williams
notes, "We can bring things to the attention
of the administration but we can't handle the
budget."
The administration doesn't deny the financial implications in solving UBC's accessibility problems.
"We've got a lot of old buildings, and they
cause problems," says James Kennedy, vice-
president of university services. "But to get
all existing buildings accessible is in the order
of the millions (of dollars). That's not going
to happen overnight."
Kenny admits that "we do well, but that's
not to say we shouldn't do more."
He is "examining" his budget in light of
the Year of the Disabled, and plans to approach the Physical Plant about renovations
costs beyond the university's usual ongoing
plans. But at the moment, there is no fixed
amount reserved solely for the needs of the
disabled.
And UBC's student government would
also do well to reassess its budget priorities.
Plans for renovating SUB are currently
underway, but some disabled students are
concerned about the necessity of the proposed changes when the existing facilities are still
inadequate.
"If they're going to spend all this money
ELEVATOR PANEL ... too high, just
part of tha problem ill-designed SUB offers handicapped.
on new renovations, it seems strange they
couldn't use part of the money in making one
of the washrooms in the Pit accessible, or
putting a little ramp into the Pit entrance,"
says Lewis.
Students in wheelchairs have confronted
barriers long enough. They have used poor
facilities, they have relied on others, they
have adjusted, they have avoided obstacles.
But now their needs must be given new
priority, particularly among those who hold
the purse strings. UBC must act to give the
disabled the dignity of independence. With
the whole world watching, the International
Year of the Disabled is the perfect time.
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Friday, February 13,19B1 PIRG renews.student activism at UBC
By ARNOLD HEDSTROM
PIRG posters, PIRG pamphlets,
PIRG buttons, PIRG information
tables, PIRG letters, opinion pieces
and news stories, PIRG petitions
and PIRG people are all over campus.
Why has that acronym attached
itself to so many words?
A PIRG is a public interest research group. Currently, a group of
highly energetic and meticulously
organized students, at both Simon
Fraser University and UBC, are
conducting a campaign to establish
a B.C. chapter of the group.
The idea behind PIRG is simple.
Universities have vast resources
which can be utilized to do research
on public interest issues. There are
labs, libraries, resource people like
professors and technicians and
most importantly students who on
an almost day-to-day basis are engaged in many diverse research projects.
A PIRG can be the answer to the
question, "Why can't these resources be put to use in a coherent
and meaningful way?" PIRG can
provide a vehicle for students to
channel their personal interests,
skills and energy towards positive
changes in the community and society. The past record of other PIRGs
prove this.
PIRG is practical and extremely
promising because of the potential
for action the concept promises.
But a PIRG, like potential
energy, will remain in an inert state
until energy is supplied to release it.
"The world does not progress
solely on the basis of expertise, it
does not progress simply on the basis of knowledge, there has to be a
humane animating drive to that
knowledge," according to consumer advocate Ralph Nader.
Nader is one reason PIRGs exist
at all. His success in consumer advocacy show that corporations and
governments can be held accountable to the public. Nader's speeches
last November at SFU and UBC are
the main reason why students are
exerting energy and time to establish PIRG right now.
After Nader's speech more than
100 people met to form the steering
committee which organized the current petition drive requesting a student referendum. PIRG organizers
asked students to participate in the
group's formation in three ways.
First organizers asked students at
both universities to sign the petitions circulating on their campus.
When the referenda are held in
March students will be asked to become voting members in BCPIRG
and pay an annual membership fee
of $5 at UBC and $2 per semester at
SFU for each full-time student to
form PIRG's financial base.
If the referenda pass, each year
students would democratically elect
the BCPIRG directors and be encouraged to participate in the activities and operation of the organization.
That is the basic plan and reasoning behind the BCPIRG's proposal.
But if it sounds clear-cut, it isn't.
Consider for example that for the
first time ever a completely autonomous student organization (other
than the student unions) would be
funded by UBC's Alma Mater Society. The amount of money collected
at UBC would exceed $1(10,000.
Another $40,000 would come from
SFU. While that money alone is not
a vast amount for conducting research and operating an organization like PIRG, students should be
interested in the structures and safeguards envisioned in the plan.
It is the accountability, structure
and disposition of funds which has
some UBC student council members concerned. Peter Mitchell,
AMS vice-president elect, says, "I
just don't have any idea about what
they are going to do."
Other AMS executive members
are wondering what council's relationship would be with BCPIRG.
At the heart of the matter is an historical tradition at UBC where the
AMS has controlled the finances of
every activity undertaken by students here.
The legacy of that tradition is still
present. Students council feels that
it must protect students from the legal and financial pitfalls which a
club, for example, may encounter.
Clubs do not have legal status; the
AMS gives them legitimacy which
allows them to do business and it
provides a continuity from year to
year by ensuring the previous year's
executive does not walk off with
club assets or funds.
The relationship has been mutually acceptable in the past. What
makes PIRG different from other
AMS subsidiaries is that they want
autonomy from organizations like
governments and political parties to
effectively carry out their mandate
to do independent research.
Hugh McCreadie, PIRG organizer and a UBC engineering student
says autonomy is essential. "There
is absolutely no doubt that PIRG
will step into sensitive areas " He
says the activities should be in students' direct control instead of
some select group. "Invisible chains
can crop up," he says.
McCreadie says an example of
the student council problem surfaced with a PIRG at an Ontario
university which was voted out of
existence by a council stacked with
hostile opponents. As an AMS
branch society or a subsidiary organization the same power could be
exerted against the wishes of the
UBC students. (According to the
AMS bylaws a two-thirds vote of
council can dissolve any branch
society.)
For technical reasons an autonomous BCPIRG is desirable. The
BCPIRG board of directors would
have members from all participating institutes. It is more practical
for an autonomous organization incorporated provincially to be in
charge of coordinating the various
campuses, says Carol Riviere, UBC
law student and the PIRG organizer
responsible for constitution and
structural considerations.
According to the proposal
BCPIRG would be incorporated as
a society under the provincial Societies Act. The board of directors
would be composed of students
elected to a campus PIRG each
year.
Not all those elected will sit on
BCPIRG but each institution would
have proportional representation.
BCPIRG will receive all funds collected on each campus.
If approved, the BCPIRG board
will be responsible for establishing
the priorities for BCPIRG based on
the campus recommendations and it
would also recirculate the funds
back to campus for projects at the
local level.
The central PIRG would also
have a full time professional staff
which could assist students with
projects and do research work
themselves. The staff would also be
supplemented by special researchers
and advisors from time to time says
McCreadie.
Riviere says a real danger for any
student organization is domination
by the paid staff, as the rate of student turnover each year is high.
BCPIRG will try to avoid this problem by only hiring staff on a contractual basis, he says. PIRGs on
other campuses have found the type
of people attracted to PIRG staff
positions are those willing to work
for lower salaries and on a contract
basis.
Council's other major concern is
accountability. Wednesday Riviere
told council BCPIRG will have the
same safeguards on its activities as
the AMS has on theirs. But PIRG
has also added two other accountability factors.
BCPIRG like the AMS will be a
non-profit society registered with
the provincial registrar of companies. All societies in B.C. are governed by the Societies Act. So each
year there must be an annual general meeting, the books must be
audited, and reports made to the
members.
The other two safeguards are inherent in the $5 refundable fee, according to PIRG. If more than 25
per cent of BCPIRG's membership
request their fee back in a given
year PIRG will have to reassess its
priorities, says Riviere.
She also told students council if
more than 50 per cent request their
fee back two years in a row the constitution will have a clause which
will dissolve the society. The annual
fee and elections are PIRG's two
main features which organizers
hope will convince students that it
would be accountable to students.
So if the organization is approved
what will it do and how will organizers decide where to apply the
funds? PIRG organizer Sharlein
Smith says, "the ultimate decision
will be made in the future since
they'll be determined by the democratically elected officials."
But a quick survey of the PIRG
Directory and Issues Survey gives
an indication of the wide range of
issues which public interest groups
have worked on.
Ontario PIRG members looked
at nuclear power, and prepared a
citizen's guide on hazardous waste
dumping; Washington state PIRG
examined uranium mining in their
region; California PIRG conducted
housing advocacy training; Colorado PIRG conducted and published
marketplace surveys; and New
York PIRG examined auto insurance, prescription drug use and hospital and health care.
New York PIRG is the most successful of the organizations. McCreadie says in a single year
NYPIRG lobbied through more
than 22 pieces of legislation in the
state house.
BCPIRG is an organization
which is founded on the democratic
principle. "If people don't have information they tend not to make
decisions. Too often we get no information or only one side," says
Riviere. The high profile PIRG petition campaign indicates that
PIRG wants to make democracy
work. But of course even an informed public won't guarantee democracy if students don't participate in the process.
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THE    UBYSSEY
Page 5 Seamy beast churns
with venom
By EVAN McINTYRE
It's gotta be compressed, see.
You gotta have a tiny bit of space
defined by audience and musicians:
a space where booze is plentiful,
emotions rampant, where low-
down, toothy, seething jazz reigns
supreme. It's gotta be smokey and
when the urban snarl of polished
brass and silver meets the heated,
smoke-strung air, it churns with
venom and virtuosity pushing
through reeds and valves the sweaty, lucid seemy beast that is improvised jazz.
Chaos is as polite a word for it.
This is the Vancouver Ensemble of
Jazz Improvisation, a local 13 piece
group of gifted jazz disciples the
likes of which are probably never
written about in either of Vancouver's dailies or heard on most
radio stations.
Three sax players, four
trumpeters, three trombonists, a
drummer, bass player and keyboardist celebrated their first year of
collective obscurity to an enthralled
audience of almost 200 Monday
night at the Hot Jazz Club on a
stage designed for a pigmy quartet.
For less than a third the ticket
price of a major Coliseum concert,
the faithful hordes were treated to
three sets of what band leader Hugh
gulps   of   beer,   as   "enigmatic
space."
The first set began with a piece
called Vortny Shprazits. It featured
a far-reaching alto sax solo by Perry
White which ran smoothly into the
next piece Mode to John. A dedication to the late tenor saxophone
trailblazer, John Coltrane, this live-
VEJI
13's a crowd
VEJI-just melting trumpets?
On Saturday February 7,
Ubyssey   staffer   Evan   Mclntyre
spoke with Hugh Fraser, keyboardist, chief composer and
scatological consultant for one of
Vancouver's most innovative jazz
groups; the 13 member Vancouver
Ensemble of Jazz Improvisation
(VEJI).
UBYSSEY: How long has VEJI
been together?
HUGH FRASER: It'll be a year
this week . . . Monday night is the
memorial, I guess.
U: How long have you been involved in playing jazz, getting musicians together and composing?
HF: 1 started the first draft of VEJI
about four years ago. It was a
13-piece jazz band called Leftbank
Express. We only did one gig,
though, we were rehearsing once a
week. It was just a summertime sort
of gig but it was really successful
while it lasted. We then moved over
here and went to VCC (Vancouver
Community College) for a couple
of years. The composing I did
started as a result of the situation in
Victoria. The music stores there are
really scant on charts so I didn't
figure there was any way to get
charts of the records I was listening
to so I started transcribing them off
big band records. It's Mr. Bill . . .
(door closes as Bill Clark, trumpet
player enters)
U: Mr. Bill?
MB: Hi!
HF:Here we have the jazz
trumpet player of VEJI. All the
charts I write for VEJI are written
for each person so I have to use
everything that each of them can do
to the maximum. It keeps them
happy but it totally burns me out
because I have to leave enough
space so all the individuals have
room to speak yet bring it all together in places to create a powerful
voice.
U: Is VEJI the only jazz band
you're working with right now?
HF: Just about a year ago —
almost exactly the time that VEJI
got together — I joined the
Westside Feetwarmers which
originally started eight years ago as
a traditional Dixieland band. Brian
Ogilvie and Rod Borrie started
Westside and then Brian left for
Toronto. Rod's been here in Vancouver ever since. Last year the
band took a drastic change and
started playing more swing and
bebop oriented material as well as
more original stuff so it's still a
good creative outlet for that. Then
there's the Jazzoids which is a scal
ed down version of VEJI to surprise
people.
U: Who are the Jazzoids? There's
you and Perry.
HF: Yeah, I play drums and
Perry White plays tenor sax in the
Jazzoids. Then there's Mike
McDonald on bass, Mr. Bill Clark
on trumpet and Ron Thompson on
guitar (he plays electric bass in VEJI). The Jazziods are sort of a five-
piece fusion rock group. We all
wear medical garb and strive to
keep it really danceable.
U: I guess it's important to be accessible to people with deeply
preconceived negative notions
about jazz.
HF: Well, anything that you hear
that you haven't been exposed to
much always sounds the same,
either boring or irritating but with
the Jazzoids we're playing places
with other punk groups. We're laying it down initially with a
straightforward dance format that
is at the same time progressive,
creative music. People can realize
on their own that they can get into
listening to jazz.
Instead of laying out something
completely unapproachable you
have to take people by the hand and
bring them with you. You have to
start out on common ground and
then leave as opposed to pissing
people off by playing only weird
stuff that can't be understood.
U: What clubs do you usually
play these days? I suppose most of
your audience recognition comes
through club appearances.
HF: Well, the Feetwarmers play
mostly at places like the Hot Jazz,
Robson Keller and some school
shows and workshops. The Jazzoids play only rarely and play at
punk or rock venues, private parties
and things like that. So far, VEJI
performances have been fairly
sporadic: either at colleges or
universities or the odd public appearance.
U: The recent VEJI concert at
VCC was quite well received . . .
HF: Yeah, I thought it was too.
The band is such a good band to see
live because it's so energized and
dynamic — we never play a piece
the same way twice. It keeps things
interesting. That's why we manage
to keep 13 talented musicians who
are working on a lot of other things
stick out the whole year without any
personnel changes. It looks like
they'll stick around for quite awhile
yet because there's enough room to
voice their individual musical concepts. What I'm saying is that I'm
not stifling anyone.
U: You're in charge of VEJI
compositions?
HF: About 90 per cent of them.
U: What sort of airplay has VEJI
received? Didn't CJAZ play some
VEJI music a while ago?
HF: No, not CJAZ. That was
Co-op radio. It's hard to get airplay
anywhere unless you're lucky or
wealthy enough to have an album
out.
Most of the clubs and jazz slots
on radio have well defined limits
and categories. If you're anywhere
between you're out of luck. Initially
the finances are a profound hassle.
Especially with jazz; most of the
scant money available for Vancouver jazz concerts goes to
quartets. Unless, that is, it's
something you can dance and drink
to. Which brings up the latest point
— we've been thinking of doing
that with VEJI. Well, I guess you
can drink to it anyways. You could
probably dance to it as well
although that would be pretty outside . . .
U: Most of the media coverage
for Vancouver's music scene centres
on punk or new wave oriented
music. Do you think things are getting any better for jazz?
HF: Yeah, it's changing a bit but
I still think that the major media in
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ly tune fused some spicy, uptempo
drumming reminiscent of Elvin
Jones and Billy Cobham with a
dazzling solo by guest trumpeter
Mark Hasselback from
Vancouver's Powder Blues band
and some toneful sax solos. Dave
Branter led off tenor followed by
Perry White on alto and Campbell
Reiga on baritone.
Mode to John was followed by a
somewhat slower paced piece called
I Dunno, Yunno. An endearing flirt
with normalcy, this piece featured a
beautifully wrought alto sax solo
replete with soft high notes by
Campbell Reiga. When Reiga
resumed his seat after this solo, the
sax section beamed in response to
the audience's hooting applause
that greeted most of the solos that
evening.
At once smooth and gutsy, I dun-
no, Yunno steered well away from
the homogenized insipid schlock
characteristic of many jazz musicians like Chuck Mangione and
George Benson and ended softly
with a few dwindling trumpet notes,
a scatter of bells and a bass harmonic draped across the air.
A saxophone freeabin, the first
of three freeabins played that
night, was an extended piece packed
with polished solos from sax and
trumpet players. A quick, hard-
plucking bass solo from the ever
smiling (or was it leering?) hoover
electric vacuum bass player Ron
Thompson and a ten-digit assault
on a creaky Fender Rhodes by
Hugh Fraser, were also featured in
the piece.
All three  sax  players repeated
solos in sequence twice, stayed standing, trading off riffs with one
another and meshing with
substitute drummer Darryl Burgess.
Although the person responsible
could not be seen behind the clutter
of sagging trombone players, there
was some nicely synchronized
woodblock punctuation somewhere
from the rear of the stage in A Saxophone Freeabin. The piece
culminated with a steaming and
whimsically charged mesh of
chaotic solos by all of the band
members to conclude the first set.
Four cramped trombones, their
slides occasionally striking the saxophone players seated in front of
them, began the second set. After
asking the audience not to query the
meaning of the "freeabin"
and understand that chaos is the
religion that everyone in VEJI lives
by, Hugh Fraser slurred into voice
the beginning of A Trombone
Freeabin.
Waves of cooking trumpet
squeals and hazardous upward
sweeps of trombone slides stood out
in this freeabin before Jumpin' at
the Woodshed began. This extended and rambling runner was intense; at least the three women up
and dancing to it thought so. Staggering trombones, incandescent
drumming and keyboards pounding
just short of escape velocity,
brought this set to a close.
The third set was remakable for
the sax solos on a Charlie Parker
number and an electrifying drum
and conga duet.
It was a most memorable evening
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THE    UBYSSEY
Friday,, February 13, 1981 THE WILDROOT ORCHESTRA
Jim McGillveray conducts.
Duo hot at Hyatt
By GLEN SANFORD
A Steve Goodman and John
Prine concert could not go wrong.
And it didn't last Thursday night.
Despite all obstacles the concert
faced, Prine and Goodman introduced the audience to acoustic
heaven, emotional turbulence and
overall satisfying comfort. (In other
words, the concert was great).
Pickets at the Queen Elizabeth
theatre forced the concert to move
to, of all places, the Hyatt Regency
ballroom. As Prine said, "I had a
hell of a time getting here, but I
finally found the place. And I'm
glad you did too."
Not only did Goodman and Prine
find the Regency, they transformed
the lifeless, sterile ballroom into a
lively, potent paradise.
It was their second show of the
evening and they were on a stage
that was never meant to be a stage.
It was late.
Goodman walked on stage
without announcement, and just
started playing his guitar. Actually,
he didn't 'just' start playing his
guitar, he suddenly filled the room
with vibrant energy.
He sang happy songs, he sang sad
songs, he sang silly songs. He sung
what he wrote and other people
made famous (most notably City of
New Orleans) and he sung what
other people wrote and he never
made famous.
He relentlessly and almost cruelly
changed the mood of his songs,
leaving the audience at one moment
giggling and the next on the brink
of despair.
He concluded his part of the
show by doing some tunes with
"one of the finest reed players in
North America." A genius then
stood on stage with Goodman and
indeed proved to be one of the
finest in North America. (What was
his name, anyway?)
They played jazz, they played
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blues and they played folk-country.
All at once.
Then came Prine.
Unlike Goodman, he didn't
stand on stage and play guitar. He
sat. He was shy and bashful.
Almost apologetic for taking up
everyone's time. He put the audience in a trance.
Prine also took the audience on a
tour of the emotions, but his upbeat tunes expressed all the pain of
life with his painful Southern
twang. Pain and beauty. That's
what Prine teaches his listeners.
Although Prine has developed a
lot of self-confidence over his years
of touring, he still comes on in an
unassuming way. He's very clown to
earth, and this is ironic from a man
who seemingly understands and explains all the truth and sadness of
the human condition.
"The whole town saw Jimmy/on
the six o'clock news/his brains were
on the sidewalk/blood was on his
shoes/come on baby, spend the
night with me."
Lessons to be learned from this
concert are:
1) The pain, sadness and joy of
life can be fashioned into terrific
music.
2) Even the Hyatt Regency can
be turned into a comfortable place.
3) Next time John Prine and/or
Steve Goodman are in town, don't
miss them.
Wildroot's eclectic
music amuses
By CHARLES CAMPBELL
Take Glenn Miller, Frank Zappa,
Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley, and the
Troggs. Blend with some of the best
musicians in Vancouver, lace with
humor, distill and voila — The
Wildroot Orchestra — an elixir
guaranteed to induce laughter in the
most morose individuals.
One such induction took place at
the Commodore Ballroom last Friday night where Wildroot and Six-
Cylinder played for about 800 people.
While Wildroot is not new they
are not entirely familiar to Vancouver audiences. In 1971 they did a remake of Fats Domino's Blueberry
Hill that made the top 10, and they
played Vancouver's clubs for several years after that but then split
up.
Since that time The Wildroot Orchestra has been a loose amalgam
of about 10 musicians who play together for fun. They all have other
pursuits — lead singer Jim McGillveray is the drummer on Ann Mor-
tifee's latest album, drummer Peter
Padden is the lead singer for 6
Cylinder, two horned Tom Keenlyside plays sax in his own jazz quartet.
Their music is about as diverse as
their backgrounds. In the Mood,
Love Me Tender and Dave You're
So Suave, My Guitar Wants to Kill
Your Mama were followed by the
very beautiful (I swear to God I've
played some shitholes but) This
Takes the Cake. Imagine Cab
Calloway's Minnie the Moocher
with an encore of My Generation as
sung by Porky Pig.
The audience was also subjected
to Wild Thing, Canadian Variations one through six for police
siren and whistle, whoopee cushion
duck call, rubber mouse and bicycle
bell. Then there was the extended
version of Subterranean Homesick
Blues wherein Blaine 'Sausage Fingers' Dunaway played his violin as
fast as Jean-Luc Ponty if not nearly
as cleanly.
Occasional guitarist Bill Buckingham (who didn't appear last Friday)
composed an energetic song called
Lizard Dance Number Two and
trumpet player Jamie Croel wrote
Into It, a brassy jazz tune a la
Tower of Power.
Scat singing to march music, the
only thing that Wildroot has not
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done is an a capella version of Eine
Kleine Nachtmusik.
Wildroot certainly upstaged the
better known 6 Cylinder (yes 1
finally got around to mentioning
them), who unlike Wildroot, have
stopped having fun.
In the dark ages when 6 Cylinder played at the American Hotel
they didn't have much polish, and
nobody in the band could sing, but
they were full of energy.
Now they've got polish, they all
sing in tune and they sound completely sterile. Since they signed
with RCA they appear to be doing
the Powder Blues routine by producing acceptable dishwater for a
commercial audience.
The  one  truly  decent   original
song they've produced — Beyond
Hope (If you've never been to
Spuzzum you ain't been anywhere)
— can't hide the fact that good as
some of their arrangements are,
they're basically just an inferior version of Little Feat. Smatterings of
success have made 6 Cylinder take
themselves too seriously.
The members of Wildroot never
take themselves seriously, though
they are cutting an album. Lead
guitarist Frankie Allison says, "We
all do other things. We just do this
because we enjoy it so much. This
would never become our main
thing. Who would listen to it?"
The fun that Wildroot had last
Friday night was infectious. Let';
hope the infection persists.
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Friday, February 13,1981
THE    UBYSSEY
Page 7 Rowan, Marguatita and Meizy.
Since you all are so sweet, my
treat at P.P.'s next week. Happy
Valentine's and lots of love!
^^ Anita
Fishllps: ^ej
May our love never go off the
deep end.  Might  have bubble
trouble.
Scubabow
An especially fishy Valentine to
my own little pengoon from his
mummy.
To my sweet MISS PIGGY:
With all my little green heart.
Love KERMIE
To the little French girl from
Totem Park: Where have you
been all my life? Signed Blue
Eyes P.S. ooo-la-la
To my favorite bouncing tigger,
Happy Valentine's Dayl With
love, yours always, Muffle.
Alpha Omlcron P. wishes all the
Greeks a very happy
Valentine's. Panda Power
Foreverl
^
To Debbie:
On this special day I would like
to say will you be mine for the
rest of time.
Love John
To Marlene:
If you would be loved, love and
be lovable. P.S. Happy Valentines Day.
Happy Valentines Day to the
CVC Exec, girls, Doris, Colleen,
Maureen, Sue, Susan, Sheila,
Sabina.
Love and kisses "Dudley"
Snookie:
Meet me in the corn pa tch and
Fll nibble on your ears!
Love always, Snookie
DAVID NOBLE: Qft
Happy Valentine's Day ^^
Love, Toots
MARGUARITA ALEX . . . ANITA
& ROWAN. Happy Valentine's.
Ping-Pong anyone?
Love: Meizy-Pooh
Honey In the white Porsche, will
you be my queen bee? Happy
Valentine's. Love You.
Happy Valentine's Day Auntie
Pegl With love and cream
cheese. Unit No. 1.
Farewell My Loves at Ubyssey.
To the good and bad times.
The Socreds on two.
BILL:
Good luck with I.F.C. P. Will
you be my V?
*
To the Sexy Brazilian at West-
water:  Let's  put that desk to
good use. Hard work cures all.
Kiss Kiss Delicious
KATHARINE1
My love for you is like the universe;   ifs  infinitely large and
will last forever. (It's also mind-
boggling) ROB
To my TOT:
You're number one not five.
Love, your BABY
ALIAS "MUNCHKIN": Tm being
overwhelmed with your 'Great
White' wings. It's a heavenly
paradise inside your dreamy
coccoon. SHELLEY
SKI CLUB EXEC:
It's  wetter   but   better   on   the
water. Happy Valentine's
Be my Valentine Yo Yo. Love
always from Pinky, Blue, Heph-
alump and P.A.C.
B.R. Summer Dreams . . . lulled
to sleep by whispers of love in
my ear. Love,
 CB.	
Would the scholar, the dancer
and the sandwich maker ignore
the chef, the saucier, the butcher and baker; listen to the
steward say, "Pretty hotelier
from LFA, be mine on
Valentine's Day."
MARTHA:
Let's rent a big white house this
weekend. Love, RICK
RANJIT:
Roses are red, violets are blue,
Z-28s rev; that should give you a
clue!
GORGEOUS:
You can nibble on my buns any
time you like. How about tonight?
Vera:
In matters of importance it is
much  better  to  be  civil  than
comical.
Love, Wes
L.S.
the women of my dreams
M.E.
Guy:
You can dust my shelves and
rearrange   my   books   anytime.
You "big brown-eyed" cupcake
you.
The Bookworm
Gerry De Bahal
Fells Mi Cerido
Hoy Valentino
m
Cara Silvia
Felice Valentino Ml Cerida
 Ken
To Delta Sub
Seven hearts and two alligators.
From Delta Prep.
Arms linked you stroll by/me at
the fork, I wait, hope, then/turn
t'other paths other arms.
VaL
Let me say how much I love you!
You will make me the happiest
man in the world this year, and
we have so much to look forward to for so long. Happy
Valentine's Day Sweetie.
Love, Dave
P.S. Keep this advertisement,
good for 1 free huggle, as long
as the frogs come too!
OPEN EYES:
An elevator going up.
COMPETITIVE
KATH and ROSIE
May the brier be with you. Love.
The hunchbellies Ed, Al, Gerry)
Dearest Sunshine:
Td sail the world with you! All
my love. PET
My Swell Chick: A year has
passed and I love you even
more. Only 6 P.N.P. Let's move
as a unit. Interim P.
TO PAT E.:
Happy Valentine's. I love you.
 STEVE
JINGLE: ™J
Here's   to   three   great   years
together. Luv, GORD
To My Chubby Little Dumpling:
Let me squeeze your ball and
make you hop. Love,
LIZ HANKY PANKY
Miss 271:
It Isn't my heart you're breaking,
it's my watch strap. Td stand on my
head for you.
 Love, HAMISH
Happy
Valentines
 SWeetie!	
Dearest Vicki,
And the song, from beginning to
end. I found again. In the heart
of a friend.
(Longfellow)
Love, Mikey and Tom
Phil Jones, Sigma Phi Delta:
You've got dazzle to waste! See
you next Mardi Gras?
JOLANDA:
I Love you. Have a happy Valentine's Day. JON
My Sweetheart Urchie (No. 1):
Til hold you, TU squeeze you,
and Fll love you, but I can't take
you home. Love,
       DYE BEBE
To my favorite Civil: Sweep me
off my feet by being my Valentine. Love, Baby G.
B.R.: Summer dreams . . . cuddling close against the cool
night air, keeping our love
warm. C.B.
To the black-haired girl who
goes into the Math building
every Tues., Wed., Fri. at 1:30 -
the one who accidentally slammed the door in my face:
I said to myself, "I must have
her!" And nothing will stand in
my way, because destiny shall
have its way. Signed,
LOVESTRUCK ADMIRER
DEAR CD.:
Tm thinking of California, come
May, we'll be there, a lyin' on the
sand (either there or
elsewhere!). Thinking of a hot
shower, a cold one Isn't nice.
Thinking of a warm bed, free of
popcorn, water & Ice. So if n
you're a plannin', to get even
with me, just remember who
loves you and without would
never be. Love,        (V>
\y   m.p.
TO SUK-FONG:
Fm never board with you.
 KRZYS
"How beautiful you are, my
Valentine! Oh how beautiful!
Your eyes are doves" (SoS 1:15).
Over-flowing love from "The
main thing is to keep the main
thing the main thing"
B.R.: I love you very much. Kiss,
smack, cuddle, hug! Happy
Valentine's Day. Love, C.B.
PEGGY: Tell her that goes with
songs upon her lips but sings
not out the song nor knows the
maker of it, some other mouth
may be as fair. PAUL
DON!
Happy Valentine's Day Sweetheart!
Thanks for the flowers.
 S.
To JOHN W.:
I want your body!
Love, DESPERATE
Dear DR. SLONECKER:
You can look in my microscope
anytime! Infatuated.
  MED1
To my sexpots on and off campus.
You all hold a place in my heart.
 ANDREA
To Sandra with T.B.: Lefs get
into the same head space for
Valentine's Day. "Deeply"
yours, G.M.
Simon — Thanks for an eventful
year. Your bum was made for
rubbing. Dry kisses, Jayne.
Need a change? How about a
trip to Israel? The cost is free!
Watch the UBC for more info!
Dear Ramy:
Roses are red, violets are blue,
you are our Valentine, Scooby-
Dooby-Doo!
Luv, J. & K.
To My Favoritest Boyfriend:
If you'll scratch my back Fll be
your Valentine! P.S.I I love you!
Kisses B-B-B
We can't be with you this year
Although we'd like to be
But we've got our jobs now.
We've both got our degrees
Think back, you might recall us
We never missed a game.
We yelled and cheered at every
shot.
We knew each players' name.
The two of us behind the bench
Many called us puck rats.
We always stood out in the
crowd,
With brown and grey cowboy
hats.
This Valentine has a special job
Because we're miles apart:
To cheer the hockey T-Birds on
With kisses, hugs and hearts.
Best of Luck Always,
Love, The PRC Girls
TO C.L.S.:
Pitter patter. Remember,  only
one T.
GARY S.:
I miss your abuse.  My bones
have healed. PINKY
SHYTHEAD: I think I deserve at
least an eight. Don't try to piss
me around.
My 1-sin is yours. Where can
you git change for the bus(s) in
the corn patch? Love PS. $20
BUDLASKA	
JANET: May my enemies love
women, may my friends delight
in boys.
PToperrJus and M.M.
Whaf s the story BABY? Want to
get carried away some time soon?
All my love.
 E.C.J.
Dearest EGNAS:
Oh not Fve gone completely blank.
Anyway, lots of love.
 ASTOR
Have a Happy Valentine's Day
Wletske, Fiona, Rachel.
Love B.
Happy Valentine's Day from
Doug to Susan, my little prairie
flower.
Ami:
You are all to me.
Wombat
Nithex Rocks, weightless fish
mine. Will you be my Valentine?
Love 1 Caught Muffy Tuna.
K.K.
To the good looking guy with
the  new  yellow  binder:   Hugs
and kisses, signed
 AN APPRECIATOR
Gorgeous!   Lefs   share   cough
syrup,  Christmas toys, scotch
and bananas. Forever in love,
 SILLY-ASS
ERROL: I love you. May that loving feeling be there always.
Your Little Teddy Bear
Happy Valentine's Day Angle.
See ya in Geology. Love
PETE and DAVE
KATIA
I've got a heart for you. Love and
kisses. ^^_
B.C.
Grrnrrr!
Love, Mu Mu
Dearest Ronno:
You are as sweet as a pair of
Bowers in euchre and an ace in
ping pong, all rolled into one.
Be ours.
Dorothy and Toto
To Mr. P.
MMWWAAHH!
 Love, M.M. XO
To    the    cutest    chemical
engineer. Happy Valentines.
 T.O.M.
Lorrie:
Five is my favourite number.
P.O.
Sheila:
FU love you forever.
You Valentine, CT.
Tweedhearts:
We'll be over to spank you later,
you    firm    buttocked    young
Amazons!!
Love, Mawds Rods
Kate, Loulsie , Felicity, Doreen
& Laura my warmth for you is
like the grasses hidden in the
deep mountain: Though its
abundance increases, there is
none who knows.
Love from the Elevator Kid
*
Betty H.,
You're even more beautiful on the
outside than on the Inside. All that
pulchritude is overwhelming.
 David M.
Houseboy:
Since you have another job I hope
you won't mind working weekends
too. A loincloth awaits.
Anxious Employer
To My Little Snow Mouse:
The big red cheese is waiting to spring his trap.
Hi Twinkle!
I love you
To Peter, Darryl, Gordon:
Roses are red, violets are blue, good
luck In the future with whatever you
do!                           o
 Vm>     Jackie
Dear Roman:
A day without ice cream is like a
day without sunshine.
Love, Liz
Dear Brian:
All the world loves a lover, won't
you be mine, oh Valentine!
 Rita
Mon Cher Chuggie,
Comme je desire que chaque nult
soit avec toi.
Forever yours. Sweets
Mon Cher Tigre,
I love you my furry little adorable
pet.
Love Always, Trina
A big red tomatoey Valentine to Ingrid, Jane, Karen and Kim from
 A BIG TOMATO
BG, DK, KM, AN & TY - If you
want a good time, then be our Valentine. Love from your two
 SWEETIE PIES
To my main SUCKER
I will always love you and your
shmeebles. Happy Valentine's Day.
 Love McDINGUS
Dear DR. S.:
You drive us wild — please be our
Valentine.
The Crazy 4th Years
Page 8
THE    UBYSSEY
Friday, February 13, 1981 Happy Valentines Day to Barbara, Joan, Camile, Rita,
Dorothy, Ruth and Carolyn.
With Passionate Love; Paul,
Keith and Dennis.
Shirley,
You light up my life.
Love Phil
Braddo
Might I interest you in a little
champers and giggle this romantic eve? Remember France and
be prepared!       9JSP
^^ Mouse
Happy Valentines Day Kelly,
Anne, and Anne from John,
Dan, Greg, and Lome. Keep
smiling!
VST Girls: Qj
Who says we don't care? Happy
Valentine's Day from third floor
Westminster Princes!
To my favorite fruits and veggies
guy, I won't love you any less
because I won't get a piece of
GERMAN CHOCOLATE CAKE
with OYSTERS today, besides
all I want Is to ask is will you be
my Valentine? Love??     ^L
To Ron
My favourite medical student
11-month greetings from your
silly bunsie.
To Jo the referee, you're our
fave . . . The Second Mech
Volleyball Allstars
Genevive,
TH always be yours through
thick and thin. Don't get married without me,*
^*» Love, Verne
A.M.N. LOVES S.G.L.	
Dearest Robbie,
Chargex, Mastercard, American
Express,   none  could  buy  our
Socred trees. Be Mine
#
NUS,
<3>
WE LOVE YOU
¥
EUS
To Theresa, my favorite
HomewTecker, Kisses, kisses,
kisses, HUG!!
Love, Ian
Thanks Gay UBC,
love to you all.
Mark
Happy Anniversary
*
Boo Boo Le Maire
A Boo Boo by any other
name
Just would not
m*
€
Be the same   ,--
m
f
No one knows how I love you.
You rob all my senses. Gleam
like an ember I oh so joyously
fed. Tho I never hoped, yet still
my love kept a beautiful vision
clear. Fulfill it love. Let us
begin. .~
Scarlett 11^
Rhett may not love you but I do.
Happy Valentine's Day!
Melanle
Ifs Valentine's Day today.
Big    ej are you in heat?
Leased forever. Runt
M.S. would like to wish a Happy
Valentines to the members of
the "Mike's Had Me" club and
extend an invitation to prospective members.
Love, Mike S.
Coach, Moose, Artsie, Rookie,
Engineer, Valentine's challenge
to all Oly team members for the
Chesterfield rugby championships to be held in Australia.
Love       t-for-tall,   Water
Rat & 410	
Newspaper junkie.
You make my heart go all jumpy
And life s real whirl
Love, mountain girl
Bart
You're my one and only; be my
Valentine
Yours forever, Flame
Happy Valentines greetings to
the girls in the sig-nificant section of the out to lunch bunch in
the Pit.	
Happiness is a hot Mike in a
chemistry Lab. Love April 13
and February 4.
A first year nurse for this geer
did shine
A few nights out is usually a
good sign
You know I won't misuse
So whaf s your excuse
For not wanting to be my Valentine?
Happy Valentines Day G.T.
From the Second Year Gears
To all the girls in Mech '83 (including Beth) from all the guys
In Mech '83	
To M.H.
l'amour est un probleme
C'est tres difficile a expliquer
C'a amuse le coeur
et s'inqlete l'esprit
P.S. Happy Valentines Day
Happy Birthday and Valentine's
Day to my very special Aunt
Sue. I love you. — Michael
To J.K.
Roses are Red
Violets blue,
where would love be,
without you
Love P.K.
To Sirousy, my favorite brother-
in-law:
Roses are red,
violets are blue
Tm glad you married Sue     ,   ,
and I bet she is, too 'y
Sister-in-law
Ker^
Give me Social Credit by being
my valentine. Sec'y
Mike,
Put the T between V.P. by being
my Social Credit Valentine.
Dean,
Here's my vote for your Socred
heart, in triplicate
#
To Elizabeth Aiken
Happy Valentines. You could
drag me over the rainbow but
Tm getting blown away
Dave
To M.M. and G.L.
Here's to two fantastic looking
guys. Happy Valentine's Day.
Love, Carolynn
Dear Trevor Evanic
When Janets away . . . we can
play
Love Cheryl
Glucklich Valentinsgruss Tag
zu melne sechs Liebchens Im
Suden Gage 6-D. Auf
wiedersehen — Schultzy
Snuffles:
For almost a year now you've
been making each day the
greatest, (and each night fantastic). Keep up the good work.
Lots of love . . . Cuddles
Dearest Bozo,
Thanks   for   the   great   back
massages.
Love from your Frisky
My dearest sweetheart. Big
John It was good last nite! Lots
of love, Little Laura.
To my sleeping beauity
Nudge, nudge, wink, wink
All my love "Baby" "E"	
To my dearest kool kat. You're
purr-feet for me! With much
love, hello Kitty
Dearest Raym
Who could Imagine that we'd
last this long? Happy
Valentine's Day.        Love IDebm
Happy Valentine's Day,
Lisa and I hope we spend many
more together
Love, George P.
Adam and Eve, Anthony and
Cleopatra, Romeo and Juliet,
you and me!! Happy Valentines
day Grant. SB
^^ Lots of love, Sue
Nurses:
We love your lips, we love your
eyes, especially your curvatious
thighs.
The guys from Pharmacy
Jetboy
Fd like to make an appointment
please. Wanna mate and
penetrate. We'll call it a Valentine's Date!
Love Jetglrl
EVB:
Ahnee ohev autach.
Rozy, Rosmina, Rosy,
Shahinoor.Shamu, Sheni, Anar,
Nishi, Zainab, Alyia. Happy
Valentines Day. Thanks for
good times in the cubicle.
Love Dr. ME.
Bhaylo, Bheno ane bachao.
Valentine Day mumbarak.
Wado table me malnas.
I.S.A.
Dearest Denise:
Tonighf s the night for romance.
Look for the carnation.
Mrs. Riley:
Please poke matron's Valentine
A.S.A.P. This abstinence is burning her heart.
Joan M.:
Every day in so many ways you
prove again that you're the best
friend anyone could wish for.
Dave
Urenla:
You're the best sister I've ever
had. I love you.
®§ D.
SlyT
Thanks for being you.
Ralph.
To Michael D:
Wa-Wa. We wuv you.
The Boys in Poll 311
The the Bearest Pue and Lump.
Happy   Valentine's   love   and
kisses.
The Punkln
Wendy:
Last year we read the Valentines
together, this year be my Valentine.
Love Bob
Cheryl Reta M.:
You're  still  my favourite,  and
always will be.
_____ Volk
Marion with an 'O':
Happy Valentine's Day, kid!
Love G.
To UWU:
My UWH fish, one day the institute will release you. TU then,
be my Valentine?
Love you JIG
A.W.F.:
My dreams are of you and a slow
boat to China.
Love, Ann-Marie
Dave, J.E., Tex, Willie, Pervert.
I love you all!
Love,   your   favourite   Birthday
r\—^ „     Valentine
 \ y^m	
DAVID: ^
Yours 'till the little piggies learn
how to do it themsleves.
Love Catherine
Dear Gareth,
Do all Turtles have such pretty
dreamboat eyes?     (~"0_
 V*P   Moi
My Dearest Thumper:
Why   wait   for   spring,   we're
twitterpated now. Say you'll be
mine and Fll keep you thumping
forever.
JAMIE:
Our Guardian Angel, thanks for
three wonderful nights in Edmonton.
Your three wild women
Happy Valentines Day Nancy.
From the boys of S2C.
Dear Peedo:
Computers can endanger your
health turn me on Instead I
count love. ||s&
^**^ Tree
"Meatpie":
Is it raining yet? I've still got
nine minutes and twenty
seconds left. When do I collect?
My satin craves your stripes.
"Who Else!"
DBA:
Life without you now would be
unthinkable. With much love
always, C. P.S. Osh Kosh
B Gosh, hey?!
H.V.D.
Happy    Birthday   and    Happy
Valentine's Day Carrie.
Love from Lea, Leean and Carol
To the most beautiful and intelligent women we know "you,
you  lit up our labs".  Have a
happy Valentines Day.
 The boys of CHML HI
Dear Donnie:
Sweet somethings, sweet
somethings! Love 44. P.S. More
red roses and less red noses!
SWEETUMS:
May we never fade away, and
still say "I love you" next Valentine's Day.
 <qm—^
SNL:
MM and I want you to be our
Valentine. P.S. Ifs been three
weeks.
LILLAH:
I know I didn't, I know I haven't,
but I will! Happy Valentine's.
E.
To my baby J.T.: \y
Lots of hugs and kisses waiting
for you.
Love S.N.L. xoxoxo
Have a very happy Valentines
Day.
Love Albert
My Darling Jolly:
I can't snort without you. lots of
moaning and lust.
__. Luv Randi S.
Candy is dandy and flowers are
neat,
but this message Is all my wallet
can meet.
Love ya Miss Mush.
Signed, Mr. Phil
Psycho Killer:
TU'snort for you every nite on
Queen E. II.     /mysa.
tippr     Luv M.J.
Dearest RJG:
Be my valentine.
Love Pooh Bear
..    ^
Dear Elaine,
Roses are red,
'..'      violets are blue,    ISf-
_    *    what do you think      • Y\
about dinner for two?
 Wuv, "B"
CM.:
Gimme a call sometime when
your closefs clean. Kiss, kiss
and intertwining elbows.
C.W.
Jacket Kid:
Negative 2004. You asked for It!
My Sweet Babboo:
Mooooo! Moooool Mooooo!
Love: Animal Cracker
CK. My dear, love of my life.
Please say yes and become my
wife. Though many of our
friends will scoff at thee. You'll
be safe In Joffre with me.
 B.U.
To the cute girl I call Toots:
Happy Valentines. Fll   see  you
soon.
Love S.A.P.
Beloved Bear:
I love you!! No question Mark.
Karen, your love
Little Embie:
Happy Valentine's Day.
With Love from SME.
Dearest Jennifer:
I love you and I always will.
Happy Valentine's Day.
B.B.
To my Sweet Baboo:
I love you less today than I will
tomorrow.
Love your Matca Malla.
Dear Babe:
Happy Birthday Valentine, Love
Always. ^e**».
~ XO.
My Dearest Geisha Rockcod:
I Love You!
Yes I do!
Karate Alfalfa Heart
Dear Chris:
Happy Valentine's Day to a guy
that I really adore! You're really
something special.
Love from your "Peaches"
To my handsome Albertan on
Valentine's Day. I want to say I
love you.  Every day I grow to
love you more.
Forever your Valentine Murna.
Heat Leech:
Your   heat   source    love   you
warmly. £>•>,
 __ Nj
My S.D. Peanut butter. Boo!
Tonighf s the night.
Love your Honeyed TLC.
Ode to a "Jiffy Marker":
A man yet not quite a man,
A god but more than a demigod,
not just black, not just ink.
Our King is alive!
Hugs and kisses. The Wed. nite
staff.
To Barry:
In   answer   to   your   question:
"Yes".
Signed "Ruff"
Tom, our pizza pall!
With or without onions; with or
without  olives;   and  definitely
without anchovies, we luv ya!!
The Wed. nite staff.
To the Girl With the Far Away
Eyes (E.S.):
Happy V.D. Luff, Bwana Dik
P.S. You make my gristle throb.
To Warrie:
Hope you'll always be my
special Valentine because 1T1
always be your special Teddy
Bear. Love Schputz. xxxooo.
P.S. Wuv Ru morvan a mllwion
rutabagas
Happy Valentines Day to the
"Ladies" on top, from twenty-six
admiring Eagles.
Rumblles:
Watch out for wild teddy bears.
Love Gristles
Pssst, secret agent Snapless,
meet me tomorrow night at 9:00
by the tan VW.
Love, Your Quarry
Happy Valentine's Day to all
you little koyotes out there!
Happy koyote hunting!
Ffeji
Last night was great; can't wait
'til our next Mazola Party.
Love and kisses,
Lola, Wanda, Venus XXXOOO
To Loren
I once knew a place like you, a
moveable feast that will never
fade.
Esther Esther, let me be your
molester or at least your Valentine.
Love from Your Hungry Hearts
Sugarplum,
I'm glad we shared another loving year together. Shall our love
and friendship be forever.
Love and kisses, Frank
God loves all of us and whoever
will call upon the name of the
Lord will be saved.
May,
Thanks for all the times good
and bad and remember the
greatest of all things is love.
Urchle's Friend
Friday, February 13,1981
THE    UBYSSEY
Page 9 Margo —
Without you we would be stroking our own straight eight.
Love, Your Mighty Llghties
J.L.
Thanks  for   bringing   love   and
happiness into my life! HVDI
Love Always, Your Peaches
JR.:
I'm only one of many like R. W.
(Rodger who?). But pulse jeans
or not my heart beats for you.
T.O.M.
PAULA:
"Fair as a star, when only one is
shining in the sky." With love
and starry eyes,
Peter John
To the M.R.D.
(Thafs you Mike) kidnap team,
here's to zero for three.
Ah) Love and kisses,
^■^ The Birthday Boys
Dear Touch-Down Todd,
I know you're the greatest! Love
from
Boss of the World
Jeanne:
Not only do I love you . . . you
are my favourite teacher.
Jim
Happy Valentine's Day to
Gloria, Shirley, Linda, Cindy,
Grace, Karen, Audrey, Pat, Vivian, Evelyn, Dorothy, Margaret,
Brenda, Donna and Joyce!
Love Peter and Mike
Happy Valentine's Day to the
patrol. Even if you break my
heart everytime you tow my car
away.
Happy Valentine's Day Trudi
Loo. P.S. Mustangs suck.
Please buy true sports car instead of keeping that tractor!
Happy Valentine's Day to
Johammer C.
Love L.C, B.W.
Manly Dave wishes all a Happy
Valentine's Day. See you all at
the ball! ^	
Dear Judy: ^
You lovely student of fish, I
think you're really terrifl It's
simply a shame, you won't see
me again, 'cause we can't go on
meeting like this!
Thinking of you Valentine
-H. W.
Peaches, Peaches, Pumpkin
Pie, You're the apple of my eye.
Happy Valentines.
^£      Love, Mike
Cathy Lam:    ^^
You're    every   woman    in   the
world to me. You're my fantasy,
you're my ectasy.
All My Love, Bing
Ines
My brain talks and says forget
you.
My heart fights but loses.
You are one hell of a lady.
Thanks for understanding.
Smoke Signal Gambler
Creamy Munch
Happy   Valentine's   Day.   Love
you.
Yours J.R.
£>_
Don (D.C.)
The   best   of   luck,   life   and
laughter.    Happy   Valentine's
Day.
Love always, (Meow), Pat
Agape Motz, Linda Mae, Hulzie
and Freeza. Je Vous Aime Tout.
The Scottish Cauliflower
We both know three's company.
But one is very lonely. B. H. lef s
get together.       	
G. M.
S. G. E.
Love's not on the rocks. What a
surprise. I don't know the
reasons, she asks me the whys.
Yesterdays gone and what I
don't want are goodbyes.
B.P.
■&"
To DBW-222
You really tear me to pieces.
Love, JAC-621
Dear McGoof:
Bunches of big bear hugs and
sloppy smooches.
Love, "Pooh"
Chris:
I love you more as time goes by.
 Nigel
Love  from   the   Hobbit  to  the
Seal.
MJM
You were great in Stanley Park,
wonderful on the bus to Quebec
and exciting in McDonald's
parking lot. You're the best.
AWT
I'm
To My Sweetheart John:
You   cheer   me   whenever
feeling blue,
Get me to smile when
It's hard to do.
You must have been sent
from heaven above.
To me here on earth
forever to love!
Thank you for everything, all my
love and kisses forever and
always.
Love, Debbie
Dear Laurie:
Thank you for being my friend, it
means the world to me!
Luv, Debbie
Dear Ken:
Can't wait until our next UBC
Social Credit meeting Tuesday
at noon SUB Rm. 224.
Luv, Debbie
Hi Louise:
Thinking of you in Banff. I still
love your nose. Geographically
yours,
Japanda and Dave
John Kozak:
Of   course   there's   a   special
message   for   you.   Have   fun
locating it.
 3524
To the  lovely ladies of Third
Salish, Happy Valentine's Day.
Love from Third Haida Rangers
Hey Cutie!
Thafs you Michelin
Happy Valentine's Day!
Lots of love always,
Darry, B.W. and Dag
Johnny O. Dent. II
Followed you up from Mexico.
Loved what you did on
automatic pilot. Got the hots
for ya', ya' big hunk. The long-
legged redhead (36-25-36) you
met in the Mexican bar.
"Hotlips"
Happy Valentine's Day to
Dianne Carr and Marianne Carr.
Thanks for playing football!
Love Peter
All I need is peace and quiet and
you for my Valentine. I love you
"just a little" more each day. But
then who wouldn't—you're hot
stuff!!
Love, Lenore
Grizzle "E"
-C>
Goo,
I love you as much as you love
hockey (If thafs possible!)
Love, Wimp
To the wonderful guys in S.L.
(especially first floor). Thanks
for being my friend. Hugs and
kisses to all.
Luv, Debbie
If you love me like music 111 be
your song.
 Love, Big "K"
To our loyal pit crew and the
108 Oly team, a very happy
Valentine's Day from the coach
and end chair.
Jenny:
Sugar and spice and all things
nice, this is/nfhat you are made
^^H      Love you. Buzz
Tim:      ^^
"A cord of three strands is not
quickly    broken."    You're
beautiful.
Love always, Theresa
Ed Hamel:
Happy Birthday to a very special
person. All the best forever.
Love, Cupid
Iris and Olivia:
Riots are red, violence is blue,
be   my   Valentine   else    I   am
through.
Your Valentine, David
Karen:
Be my Valentine, I'm so hot for
you.
SB    Love, Fred (Shorty)
Lorrie:
You appeared one thousand
years ago in a Gothic Dream,
tantalizing with distant glimpses. Yesterday, you returned to
steal my soul. What can I do? If
I embrae a fantasy will it not
disappear forever?
 P.B.
Et le parfum? Ne 1'oublis pas,
Pierre.   Amoureusement,   com-
me toujours.
 Flfl
To the Birthday Cupid:
Have a shot on me tomorrow.
From your little Garden Gnome.
Dear Sweet Pea:
I love you very muchly.
Pooky
Dear Jackie:
Roses are red
Violets are blue
You're the best thing to come
along in my life
Since sliced bread!
Happy Valentines Day Gillian
I hope the San Franciscan sun
shies on you too.
Chris
»■
<£
Program Man:
Only twelve more games! When
will I know your name?
Geog. "Friend"
We bussed across Granville
Bridge together. You major in
English and French and will
graduate this year in education.
In my foolish haste, lady, I
forgot to ask your name. Please,
let us meet again. Tall, Dark
and Handsome.261-4004
Kitty:
To an exceptional lady.  From
the boys at table 36.
Bunny Button N:
Trust in  my depart and yours
forever will be my heart.
Puff the Magic.
D.
To John, MS, Katherine, J.G.
and Stephen:
The house is too big without
te
^af        Luv Nou Nou
To "My Incredible Hulk" - may
you finally split your shirtsleeves open one day!
Love Flea
Dearest Honeybuns:
I still feel like Raspberry Jello!
Remember to keep snuggly.
 Gluckl Wuv, Muffin.
Women ought not go into
engineering. Be my gear and I'll
grab your rear.
Valentino
To Ex-Telemark:
Isn't   this   place   better   than
pushing buttons in Tahsis? Happy Valentine's Day, Sweetheart.
Friends always, another "Ex."
To My Cookie,
I Love You
From Your Cookie Monster!
To Rod:
Happy Valentine's Day!
Love from the Spaceman
To Kathryn:
How's that biology coming?
Love from Kim
To Vivian:
Let's go swimming sometime!
Happy Valentine's Day! Love from
your not so secret admirer.
Happy Valentine's Day and
forever. My best wishes to
Jackie Brown (Nursing).
From Ken
To my Booby Monster:
I.L.Y.V.M.   John-Boy  and  your
masterl My heart pants for you
both.
CUTES
To Third Cariboo:
The best brother floor around.
Love and kisses.
Third Tweeds
To my favorite Johns, not to
mention Ron and Dave. Happy
Day from a left wing radical!
17 months later and still your
thesis isn't finished, Oi Vay!
Can I be your Valentine this
time?        .^a)
^ Hustle B?
To our beloved 69ers:
Hugs    and   kisses    and   .   .   .
come and get 'em.
Love Brooke xoxoxoxo
Special Valentine's Massages
available. You guys know where
to get them.
Love "Happy Face"
H.
Confidentially,   you   make   my
body twitch!
 1    2    3    S
My Personal Valentine's Day
Message Is:
To my gigolo: lef s make some
tea, mon cheri. Je faime toujours.
Laura
To rooms one, three, four, five
and six. Surprised? Happy
Valentine's Day and Cheers!
Headphones
To everyone in phrateres. Have
one for us tonight. Cheers!
Your prez and vice
To the Sweetie on the bike in
September. See you soon ??????
A Fan
Attention Laura:
Yer Davey raves you too!! Happy
Valentine's Day!!!
Sherin and Louise:
May the  dawn never falter  in
your lives.
Your Noble Knight
A.A.H.
I have surrendered to your lack of
interest.
Your Disgruntled Valentine
To My Favorite Ombudspeople
— Happy Valentines.
 Love MM
Linda:
Girl of my dreams. You are my
guiding beam. Be my Valentine
and lTl guarantee a great lifelong team.
To"N"
Luv You "M"
ANDY:
We've changed and grown in
each other's light. Sharing your
laughter and showing you cared
— opened my world. Thanks for
being there. Keep your light
within reach.
Happy Valentines to all the rats
on the CVC Council. That includes you two photography
nuts! Love, you know who.
Les, Andrew, Andy — Here's a
Special Valentines Hello to
some of the best guys I know
love, me.(remember?)
Alfy Waif: Is this true love or
what? Breaking up is hard to do;
in other words, I miss you.
To Dr. Knox: This is just to tell
you that you're a super teacher.
Thanks. A -308 Front Row
Devotee.
Krista, you're so very special to
me, I hope you'll be my Valentine! Love Murray.
To Snuffy:
Happy Valentine's  Day to my
favorite cheesecake make. Guichi.
I LOVE CAT
Signed - W.B.
BOOM BOOM UTAS
Don't leave me Babe
Little Brother
To Len C:
Soupe de Jour and keep singing! Love your Los Angeles girl.
Allison M.:
A pretty girl with a nice smile
and a warm heart. Your a sweet
love of mine.
Sam
Happy Valentine's Day to all my
lady friends for making life
worthwhile. Love BRIAN
DEAREST BUTTERFLY!
Happiest of Valentines. May we
spend many more together.
Lovingly yours, SNUGGLES
Happy Valentine's Day to the
great guys in third year Chemical Engineering.
NANCY, SARAH
KATHLEEN & LORRIE
RODGER:
Happy Valentine's  Day to our
favorite civil!
LORRIE, JANET, CATHY
PAM, ALEX
FUZZY NUTS:
Give me the best birthday present ever. Marry me. Ex Animo
In Aetasnum.
 TURKEYTOES
BRADK.
I will always admire how you
keep our relationship low-key.
Call me.
KITTY
To Mary Rutherford:
Happiest   of  Valentines   Days.
Your   Station    gives    me    Rejuvenation!! — Dave.
Happy Valentines Day to my Little Friend who looks like alfalfa
in the morning. Love Always.
Your little friend Me.
To My Lovey-Dovey-Sugar-
Plummy-little chi-chi, I ain't
foolin' you got me drewlin', and I
wuv you more than amilwion
wokey pucs, Hugs and Bum-
pats, Love ya, H. Wallbanger.
For P. BRADLEY:
Don't feel too badly about it.
Let's try again soon.
Love KITTY
pbkI
Drop by on the 23rd and well
make up for the ten days that
she was here.
KITTY XOXO
ToSK: ~
!    !!    !!!          Ill
 from H.T.          ***
Happy   Valentine's   Day   MR.
FLAPS. Love from your squishy
MISS FLAPS. (Five times.)
To: "Benny's elder sister":
I like Chinese. Love.
 "The Prez"	
TEDDY:
You are the bestest cuddler in
the   world.   Be   my   Valentine.
Love.
Your BOOBOO
ToM.C:
With all my love.
 AX.	
Torch, Shovelface, Kermit,
Bert, Sweedums! I'm going to
dig my claws in!?" * Love. Your
own
MISS PIGGY
Happy Valentine's to
My favorite new friends: Elaine,
Georgina, Jeanne, Laurie.  Luv
Zebon. Hope you like your surprise.
To you all:
Why can't we feel this every day?
Love tomorrow too.
MUX:
He Zabyg - gyzhe bahamo kybg.
FI
*
PHILIP: _
Don't play hard to get. Surrender.  Discretion assured. Well?
 «fe	
Tweed hearts are red,      f*a&
Violets are blue, ^^
We think you're terrific.
The men of Cariboo.
From B.T.
Page 10
THE    UBYSSEY
Friday, February 13, 1981 To that special Teddy I can't
Bear to be without. Happy
Valentine's Day! Lots of love
from Honey.
Happy Valentine's Day to ALL of
our very special friends. Thanks
for the good times. May the happiness never end.
Love from Don
and Warren
ELAINE You make me melt
like tee cream in July
My head's in a spin
Because you're cool and^
sweetness
Is such a natural high
Just want you to know
That the taste won't go
That the feeling won't end
So here's a special wish
To a very special friend
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY
^Bk from Z
Dearest Jennie:
I'll always remember
All the moments we've shared
And III never forget all
The times when you cared
Youll be with me forever
In my heart and soul
Happy Valentine's Day
from DON
JEFFY PUPPY:
What can I say?
Smooch.
Love, Cutsie
To my favorite Scotsman:
Happy 22th.
P.S. Be My Valentine?
yours FOOSH
To N9D Happy Valentine's Day:
To the 2nd best quad of foosball
players.
Love Your Better Half!
Darrell BUNNY FACE:
H , ^
I love you!
To My Love Ching Ching:
In Taiwan : Wo Ai Ni.
From Ku
Vancouver Canada
Nancy:
Happy Valentine's Day. All my
love. This sure beats the mail
doesn't it?
Love Ian
To the lady of my dreams on
sixth dene. Be mine.
Love your bartender
Dearest Murray:
I love you! Please won't you
be my Valentine?!  Much love
always 	
Krista
*
T.M.
Feelings haven't changed you're
still my "10". Love and kisses.
G.K.
TOUGHIE:
Joyeux jour de la Saint Valentin!
Nuts-O
In round figures, 90% of B.C.
girls are beautiful, but 10%
goes to U.B.C. Love to all the
lotuses of U.B.C.
-D.W.
I love you. I love you. I love
you. I love you!! You "Bunny-
face," you!
From your angel, Bebe
clT
Lefs keep the rumours flying
hot and heavy!
S.R.H.
DINA DINA DINA L. Hrubant.
Wishing you a warm Valentine's
Day. I often thought about you.
From George Chan
evaI
Thank you for  your  love  and
kindness.      _A
 SH George
Craig:
TFAY OSAC! HVD!
P.S. LIMB
Love Patti
Frank:
Here's to love at first bite! Love
from the lady in black satin.
Ooh, Ooh-Ah-Ah. Ting-
Tang, Walla-Walla-Blng-Bang.
Ooh-Ee Oooh-Ah-Ah. Ting.
Tang, Walla-Walla-Walla-Bang.
(Allegro) Translation I love you
as much as I did when I met
you, and I can't live without you
anymore. Give me a chance. I
have not found a fossil an nice
as you are! I hope we will always
remain close over the years, no
matter how far we end up from
one another. I don't know where
I stand with you but you will
always be No. 1 in my Heart. —
Your Hopelessly Hopelessly
(But unattached) Romantic.
Happy V.D. to Dear Len, Norm,
and Pottle from the Hot &
Saucy Pizza Girl. P.S. Thank-
You Mr. Boerewurst.
Shoshana you are the love of my
life. Art. P.S. One day will you
go up to Jerusalem with ine as
my wife, friend and lover?
Dear Ahh-Pnre:
Can dead horses read. . .? Tm
sorry I lied. I wasn't amused.
Your Devoted Flogger M.B.
Dearest Snurd
LA was heaven
Lefs run away again —   Of
This time for good ^^r
Cause win or lose *
You're always mine *
You Sexy Valentine
Yours Always — Love Snuirt
Dear Mates:
The outback is lovely. Seen lots
of Kangaroos and Koala bears.
Back Monday.
To Kathy:
Through parties past and fetes
future, please take me along
when you slide on down.
Dearest SWEETHEART O'IMine;
'BEWARE' Sweety-Pie, LOVE is
my weapon . . . and YOU are
destined to be my next victim!
HAPPY VALENTINE* DAY
Forever Yours, Honeybun
For you Judy:
Here's a thought. Firewood to
keep you hot bottled home
made vintage wine will you be
my Valentine.
L.W.
Kelly:
For morning wakeups, midnight
teas, smiles, support, and
friendship, thanks. Signed:
Chilcoot Dreamer
A.P.
North, west, or even south, your
path I cannot see, but east I
wait, patiently, Gronkettes and
all, for thee.
A.B.C. (E.E.M.A.)
Honey:
Love me love my bicycle. Meet
me at West Point Cycle, 3771
W. 10th at Alma. 224-3536.
Heather?
Umm . . . uhh . . . let me think.
Okay. I remember. Are you my
Valentine?       ^)
"' Randy
It started with a simple call
To Brian at the Firehall,
"What   nice   young   men   they
are!" we think.
Until  we  learned  of "Babylon
Pink".
Even though you have no Balls,
And leave us there when
someone calls.
We, the girls of N5C,
Are glad that you boys
made us tea.
We just wrote these few
short lines,
In hopes you'd be
our Valentines.
To dear Uncle Graham and
Georgy Porgy. Happy
Valentine's Day from Vancouver
to Zimbabwi.
Isabel, Jacob, Rudy
Dear Laurig, Vlcken, Rita:
Happy   Valentine's   Day   from
Vancouver to Toronto.
Isi, Jaja, Rudy
"«•
Dearest Michael:
Wishing for a repeat of Valentine's Day 80! Forever your loving wife Bo.
Dear Rudy Valentino:
Happy Valentine's Day from
Uncle Setrak and Aunty
Shoushan. ^
Dear Izi:
Ice Cream and jaja. Big Bossi.
Happy Valentine's Day.
From Mum & Dad
Dear Muddy,   Fatty, Martina:
Happy Valentine's Day. Love from
Vancouver.
Isabel, Jacob, Rudy.
Dear Natal, Leo, Ed:
Happy   Valentine's   Day   from
Vancouver to Lebanon.
Izi, Jaja, Rudy.
KITTY:
The thing that goes the farthest
towards making life worthwhile,
that costs the least, and does
the most, is just your pleasant
smile. Happy Valentine's,
MIKEY
Dear Nancy B.:
Happy Valentine's Day, Babe.
I love you.
R.P.S.
JANE: Hang
may    catch
Valentine's.
in there kid. You
him    yet!    Happy
DAVE
To my new sister:
Happy Valentine's and welcome
to the family. Love,
Fred the Fireman
To my Sorority Sisters: Lisa,
Marjorie, Sheryl. Happy Valentine's.
D.F.
To Ken Q. — Commerce 4:
I can't wait forever! From,
????
DEAREST ALEX:
You are still the rainbow in my
heart. Happy Valentine's Day!
Love, DEBBIE
To the ladies of Panhellenic:
Have a happy Valentine's Day.
The ALPHA DELTS
vicki
My fellow Monday night movie
critic. Don't behave on Valentine's. D.
MY YENTA:
When can I renta your ?
Love your noisiest kreplach. I
love you, Betmid Tm in the
mood.
¥
To My Sweetest Laura:
I   love   you.   Can   I   rape   you
too? Don't tell Luke!
Love, SCORPIO
To the blonde I know that holds
my heart: Ifs been a pleasure
knowing you right from the
start. ^^^^
P.M.
A girl that I then met in first year
has now become third year and
most dear. Her name's A. L.
Brooks and some call her
glooks. But you can decide
when you see're.
Sweetheart:
Lefs run away to our Desert Isle
tonite to celebrate our happy
year together! Champagne,
O.J., and smoked oysters for an
early retired evening. Darling!
I Love You!
Noodlehead, Frecklesnoot, and
the kid: Happy Valentine's Day!
Loveya, Lumpy
CHOUIE:
What would I do without youie?
LOUIE
Murray — nudge, nudge, wink,
wink . . . Happy Valentine's
Day! Love,
Lis
BUNNY:
CHEGA MAIS
CAPTAIN ARCTIC
DEAR SNAKEY:
Happy   Valentine's   Day!!   Programs    Chair    &     Concert
Groupies
Happy V.D. to all Aggie Women:
Elaine Anderson. Deb Antoniuk.
Diane Beer, Carolyn Bowering,
Eleanor Burns, Jane Churchill,
Leahann Crosbie. Sherry Duncan,
Denise Evans, Sandy GUI, Annick
Harris. Lynn Haskey, Carol Her-
mansen. Andrea Karen. Michele Le
Gallais, Andrey Leach, Elaine Len-
son, Leanne Little, Debra Long.
Gail McLeod, Elisa Missio. Julie
Rivet, Wendy Royle. Janice
Sauder, Linda Schlld, Sharon
Schmidt, Esther Soles, Judy
Steves, Susan Taubenheim. Norma
Vanderpol, Ken Vanderburgh. Jean
Watters, Joan Wilkinson, Shiao-
Dan Yu, Pauline Yu. Janet Bates.
Teresa Bertwell, Brenda Borba,
Gillian Campbell. Nancy Campbell,
Fanny Chu, Colette: Cloutier, Judy
Decker, Carrie Dowler, Lorraine Ef-
fa. Kathy Erickson, Bev Fan, Tammy Fassaert. Susan Flathman.
Theresa Flynn, Valerie Found,
Karen Godwin, Barb Hamilton,
Deborah Harrison. Clinton HilHard,
Alnoor Hlrji. Dale Hodgins. Sylvi
Holmsen, Gail Home, Liz Jahren,
Louise Janes, Kay Jay. Carolyn
Kerr, Elizabeth Kuochke, Margaret
Lake, Mei Lee. YoonM Lim. Margot
Longley, Mya McLeod, Maureen
McLeod, Benna Makhijani, Carol
Masters, Suzanne Miscisco,
Margaret Moor, Annette Moor,
Kathy OpheL Valerie Pnmer, Louise
Radnidge, Shawna Reed, Pauline
Rueger, Shelley Saltzman.
Angelika Schneider, Tracy Short.
Dana Sinclair, Janet Tan. Janette
Taylor, Holly Tillotson, Heidy
Tilsner, Liane Vamam, Barb Veale,
Deb Wabnegger, Diane Watson,
Mildred Wells, Andrea Willis, Judy
Wong, Pamela Wood, Deborah
Allaih, Heidi Bosshart, Susan
Brandl, Sheryl Broca, Alice Chan,
Debbie D'Algle, Karen Dalla-Tina,
Joanne Douglas, Sue Gadsby, Lorraine Gilbert, Anne Grier, Nancy
Heath, Sandy Heindze, Rhae
Johnson, Kathy Jung, Sandy
Latin, Amanda Lau, Sylvia Leung,
Doris Liddle, Joan Lloyd, Judy
Luniw, Cheryl McColl, Ute Man-
nhardt, Michelle Murray, Barbara
Neilson, Cathleen Nichols, Kamu-
juni Nixon, Diane Patt, Sheryl
Peterson, June Petrali, Madeline
Pilon, Patty Radcliffe. Nancy
Richardson, Beth Ringdahl, Linda
Sigurgeirson, Sheila Smith. Barbara Stefiuk, Kiat Tam. Begonia
To, Barbara Udy, Margaret van
Soest, Gwen Waldie, Melissa
Ward, Irene Wildn, Beatrice Wong,
Helen Wong, Diana Barchard,
Margery Beales. Cindy Booty,
Debra Bryanton, Sharon
Chestnutt, Leslie Crooks, Sarah
Curtis, Ann Donaldson, Harriet
Douwes, Karen Edwards. Heather
Freeman, Kathy Gould, Wendy
Green, Cornelia Haeussler,
Christina Hilllard, Jacquie Jacob,
Barb Johnstone, Sudha Kshaniya,
Brenda Lalik, Vicki Lunny, Lindsay
MacPherson, Cindy Morrow, Sandra Murray, Martha Naval, Jennifer
O'Halloran, Sheila Pilkington.
Grace Poelman, Savine Presch,
Sherry Robertson, Janet Robin,
Shirlee Sanders, Ann Tiplady,
Psyche Wearne, Fiona Webster,
Leslie Wilkinson, Aileen Wright.
Shieek (266-6460)
Oggie (228-1507)
Spaz (224-9064)
Quaker (224-9017)
P.S. — We'd love to love you, but
you pick your nose!
Miss Leslie:
To the lady who lights my life and
warms my  .   .  .
Love H&B
To the Nerd these trips to White
Rock are hurtin' mate! Extend my
curfew! .„„._.„„.
Love me
Ken:
If you were the only man in the
world — Td switch to girls.
N
The Ladies of our humble abode,
Theresa, Joe, Kath. Lots of love.
The Hunch Bellies
FRED & SAM
UST YYJW: VALENTINE
Robyn,
Thanks for the great meals and
great times. Here's to many more.
Love, just your canoe partner.
Thanks for the memories.
I shall always remember you as my
favorite SAC — ex hack.
Dear Lower Lumbar Pain:
Between dads, dogs, and atomic
bombs, our love keeps on shining.
Yours forever, C
To Gloria, Marion and Karen
Ifs been real, when do get an orgy?
Lots of love. The Handsome Men of
B Quad.
Sunshine:
May we once again listen to silver
toe frogs. ^^
Love and Kisses.   ^^
Your Sweetie
To my hulk? hunk?!
How about letting my bacteria mix
with your soil?
Forever yours, G
To the cutie in EGB
You're so loveable
We just had to do it
C Quad
'after 8" V-Day! I love
P-
CC
To D-D,
See yah
you.
Wilf:
I like playing rodeo with you.
especially  when  you  use  your
spurs. Love Chris
To those sweet, wonderful,
loveable, dashing, handsome,
"intelligent," male chauvinists,
John, Pat, Des, Tom, Alvin,
Pang. It was love at first byte.
To My Dearest Pal:
Qu'll   est   difficile   d'aimer.
Bonne chance et courage!
Mile. Fossette
To my partner in crime:
Today, like any day, I only have
one thing to say: "Quand est-ce
que nous boirons le vin?
Lance Baby:
Forget Helen. I want your body.
Love Adrianna
Dear Demento:
Happy Valentine's Day
Love Misty
Chris:
You   are   certainly   this   cafs
meow.
Nudge, nudge, Raggy
To CPM:
Happy Valentine's Day, Spunky.
Forever yours, Ted.
Cuddles! (Glennie) Harrison,
videos,  popcorn,  red  hair and
you're   all   mine.    I   wuv   you.
Shushi
cW happy *
X^Y VALENTINES
Cj/C-J     Day Creepo
XX 00-81
■ Love Creep.
To all the ladies at Campus
Crusade: Louise, Judy, Susan,
Jacqueline, Wendy, Jackie.
Mei-Jean, Ruth, Po-Yu, Monna,
Brenda, Sheryl, Georgina,
Marilyn, Dawn, Doris, Lois.
Monique, Mary, Lorrie, Delia.
Alice, Melva, Joan. Anne,
Melissa, Ease, Chistina,
Miriam, Leanne, Sue, Carol,
Maureen, Karen, Sharon, Cathy,
Ann, Robin, Susan, Laurie,
Jane, Nllofar, Chris, and Bernice. We remember you on this
Valentine's day, wishing love
and joy for 1981. God bless you
and may the peace of Christ be
with you all. From all the guys.
With love, especially from
Peter Lowe
M<j dear Sylvester
1 love the Omok Mxve
me -ro wear (+ne c? tryjt
frames our pic-ture.but -rheu
are not hatf as special as
+He C71 riai/e for ijou.wIoiij^
joi^s yours ani holds us
toge-wer '. u>ve4 Ws»i
Friday, February 13, 1981
THE    UBYSSEY
Page 11 RUDS:
Bet you thought Td forget. Well
I didn't. Try sobriety once in a
while. Happy Valentine's Day.
THE CHEM LOVER
CABBOTT:
It's been a slice, watch out for
me when you're running. P.S.
(It's in all the right places.) Love
from above.
DEAREST TORIE:
Everyone else is sweetheart for
a day; you're ours forever.
 SIGMA CHI	
To my Sweetie:
Roses are red. Violets are blue.
TH be frisky. How about you?
~ BARBI:
My love I adore thee. You are my
one and only teacher. Love your
little bear.
 MARIE	
To CHRIS C:
Happy Valentine's Day to our favorite pet rhino. Love and hugs?
We love your muscular he-man
bodies,   you   dekes   make   us
cream our cords. Signed:
 THE BETAS	
To my SCHITZIE:
I love you
LYNN (chubby cheeks)
"         JOHN (224-0626)
You big strong rugby brute.
Be my Valentine.
**^        Love & kisses.
^ JAMIE	
Blue,   Vitas   Gelrulitas,   and
elevators.  Bring the pots and
pans.
To a loving future!
 B.	
Gerry Cooper:
You're crazy for skating, Fm
crazy for you. One of us is
definitely crazy — but Fm not
the one with the broken kneecap!
To Tom Sakata:
Happy   Valentine's   Day   from
your Secret Admirer.
■U> M^ PANDA FEET
HONEYBUNS:
To celebrate our first of at least
80 anniversaries together. May
all the love that can be possible,
exists between us. From my
valentine heart to yours. Eternal
love and xxx
From 007
VICKI:
When the love from our bottle
runs dry stars shall stoop from
on high; No soul so sorrowful as
I. But I know we'll continue to
try building our love To the sky.
Our souls as one as we fly.
Warren
Babe:
"Ya wanna dancer "Sure!" The
words I remember so vividly.
Words which began a new and
beautiful experience in my life.
Love your guy, Tony
M.P.B.H.
Tve ALWAYS believed.      ^X
My Valentine Vice ^)
Repay water with ICE        j ?
(Revenge set the price!)  ' '
Fear not, for you know
ril soon set you aglow(t)
Our hot/cold affair's so nice.
 Love SEEDY
"My Date" -
Lunch at Orestes was Just a
start, it was then and there that
you stole my heart. Since then
I've hever been the same, I have
this feeling I can't quite name.
Becaus ifs Valentine's Day I
Just want you to know, these
special thoughts are for you —
wrapped with a bow. Be ready at
midnight for me to say, Happy
Valentine's Day In my own 111*
way. A warm bear hug, and a
passionate kiss, something I
guarantee you won't want to
mlsst Much love,
 "Your Date"
Happy V.D. Patty D.
Don't forget the  orange jelly.
Love and kisses.
M.M.
Dear James,
There's lots of time for that Happy Valentine's Day sweety.
Love Porky oxoxox
To the Phi Delt STUD:
Be my Valentine.  Love,  hugs,
and kisses.
 BUTTERFLY
BOB HALIFAX will you be our
Bordeaux Beau? Lovingly,
The Sisters of Alpha Phi
BOi
I will find you a bobcat if you
will be my Valentine.
 MAXIMUS
"Hey stranger! Let's get
together" outside of our sint-
dt/ ncost tutorials and 8:30 V = IR.
F.B.:
Roses are red, violets are blue. I
hope it works out for you and
me. Love, B.C.
WANTED: Brainy, four eyed,
fourth year physics male to help
me with my first year sciences.
"Services Rendered." Phone
Carlln, 224-1069.        -BJ
ZWEEPIE: ▼
ril warm your feet If you'll be my
Valentine!
Love and xxx Y.S.B.
BUCK - Sharing life with you is
everything I could ask for. You
certainly light up my life. Won't
you be my Valentine for yet
another year? Luv ya, Minnie
ERIC SNUGGLES:
"Love you like crazy" today and
always. Your hugable
 HOKY
CHUCK - It makes me so wet
when I think of how handsome
you look in your crew jacket.
 Love, BUFORD
RICHARD:
Happy Valentine's Day and all
kinds of mushy stuff.
CONNIE
pTk^
Your smooth lengthy mane
beckons me to ride, but Tm no
Godiva. Stay close.
Pour toi (For you) Ma Cherie
Amour (My Bearest Ben) Ma
Valentine (Mine for Mon.) and
the rest of the weekend toot
(J*adore tu.)
It started with mint chip, soon
if 11 begin with marriage. I love
you Amy.
 HELD
To the Pearl who took the road
less travelled by: Dum vivimus
vivamus. Love, your Great West
Connection
Happy 2nd RAF. How'd you like
to spend the evening cuddled up
to a nice cup of hot chocolate?
My place or yours?
RIF xox
Chris. Rick, Tim & Mike. Please
be our Valentine's. From The
Committee to Abolish
Wallflowers.
O' sweet Hamlet, why soliloguy
when you can duet?^	
OP1E
*
Honey-bear:
I love you just the" way you are,
don't ever change, okay?!
Love & smacks, P.B. Bear
Sugar Bear — This romance
sure is a tricky business — but I
love the fringe benefits. Love,
*»       "•
Happy Valentine's Day: Bill
Cawker, Dream Deke, Kelly
Gardiner, Dave Hazelett, Bryce
Kelpin, Rob Lindsay, Scot MacFarlane, Paul Noble, Brian Stan-
dish. Love from the DKE Fan
Club.
End it all in the SUB Aud with
Dr. Strangelove. 12:30, Fri.
13th.	
Telgip    —    Darius   meeowed.
Fresco's balding,  and  TU  love
you forever.
 - C.
Let me call you sweetheart, Tm
in love with you. Happy Valentine's Day Michael, Love
Anna
To Wheaties a special offer! Student rates $15 (for a massage,
what else?)!!
Gutter Caf s employer
To '56 Dodge:
Thanx for tuning my carburator.
 '67 Ford
BABE:
54   weeks,    ashtrays,    blue,
weekends  at  Coho,   letters.   I
love you very much.
 BEAR
KAREN:
May our love grow to Antigua
and    beyond.    You    are    the
greatest. Love,
 ROSS
Ines
Your smile sends me
into systole.
B.P. goes up and
M.P. comes down.
The cure? Doc said,
Ami ad lib. b.i.d p.r.n.
3:5 miss
In honor of Gow's absence and
for Erin's sake,  Happy Valentine's with love.
DENNYS MEELK	
To M & D:
Happy Valentine's Day.
Love T.
To my cutleple:
For all of the good times and all
of the fun. Fm thankful you're
the only one. Love. ^M
Your GLAZED DONUT ^
To the girl with the champagne
personality: Happy 20th to the
sweetest, prettiest girl I know.
Be mine Valentine.
Dearest Honeypoochikins: ,
Your moo's help calm my
monster and your kisses brink
my heart to life. Mm'uaaa.
Love, your little snugglebunny.
P.S. Lefs snuggle tomorrow.
DARLINGEST BUNNY:
You'll be my Valentine foreverl
Luv, BEAR
To my OMAR:
Want to make a movie little
boy?
Love AUDREY	
Shy. studious SUE on 4th Salish
re your ad in the Totem Poll apply 264 Haida.
AIR BEAR:
With all my love
PJG
0?
JOHN:
Ifs been a beautiful year with
you as my love. I am so glad that
we met, cause me wuvs you
muchly. Forever yours, your little
PUSSKINS
Dear 119:
Roses may be red and all that
stuff, but you're gorgeous. Love
224.	
SJiT:
Will  you   be   my  Valentine?   I
need some snuggles soon or Fll
freeze!
R.J.	
RAIDERS:
Early   to   bed,   early   to   rise,
makes a man healthy, wealthy
and   wise.   Sleep   tight   Friday
night.
You blue-eyed, brown-haired
beauty. You can shoot baskets
at my hoop anytime. Love, A.C.
Basketball Thunderettes:
Thank you for an enjoyable
season. To the centres: thanks
for putting up with me. To the
rest: not everyone can be centres. To all of you, remember:
Winning Isn't everything but the
will to win is. Love.
ZOOMMAN	
GLORIA V.
My aim is true — but it
may not be proper
LEROY
A Happy Valentine's Day from
3TE. to: Claire A., Margot A.,
Diane B., Ursula B., Lorraine B.,
K. Bucket, Brenda B., B.
Bounce, Heather C, Denise C,
Cathy C, Lakshmi D., Heidi D.,
Rachel D., Kathy D., Bonnie G.,
Leslie G., Annette H., alice H.,
Ardelle H.. Sharon H., Kathy H.,
Sharon H., Sue H., Helen J.,
BuggyB J., Mllly J., Ingrid K, M.
AL, Lizzie M., Doris M.. Leslie
M., Cathy M., Cathy Mac, Kirsty
M., The Good, the Bad, and the
Ugly, Mary M., Maureen P., Ann
P., Judy P., Theresa P., P2R2,
Corinne R., Jane R., Leslie R.,
Nancy S., Karen Sch., Jill S.,
Nancy S., Karen S., Norma S.,
Chris S., Helen S., Nancy T.,
Kathy V., Susan V., Mary-Anne,
Wendy W., and Baldeep W.
j!»l1
To the warmest ray of Okanagan
sunshine, from your old
McKinley friend. Happy Valentine's Day.
To Third Salish and the
Bangers:
"It doesn't matter who you love
or how you love but that you
love."
Happy     Valentine's     Day,
Sweethearts!    Hope   you   find
yoursl
 FLIP and POLACK
IRVING:
Cuddles loves you. How about a
date? Wink, wink, nudge,
nudge. My place at 5:30 for your
"Valentine." ENAGUA
To my favorite Lion head:
Aside from  the frequent ventures to Church's, it hasn't been
bad at all. Happy 1.751 Ail my
love.
KARBEAR
P.S. If you're late once more, VW
hire Harvey's friend!
Keg (alias Snarky and J.B.) Happy Valentine's Jelly Bean; ifs
been a while and Sammy misses*
Sylvia. Been a good year — can
you say that? Surel Your place
or mine?
MOUSKA:
Won't you please be mine. Will
you be my Valentine?
 YORG1	
Hello DEWDLE:
Bet you're surprised. Happy,
happy Valentine's Day. Don't
forget 351 days ago today. Hope
ifs all good for you too. Lotsa
love. Your
WOOSIE WOOSKETEER
To LISA S:
PURRR1 My scratch pad
or yours? Love.
Your KOOK KAT
To our 6'6" cupid, who runs the
best damn sports program on
campus. Love from your little
ass.- and-dlr. munchkins in the
closet of WMG.
Hey Mouse:
Fve got a great piece of cheese
cake for you. Yum yum.
 BROC	
Mon beau Fill-UP
__ Happy Valentine's Dayl
(m) To a very special guy.
^' Love. MAY	
For my Slovenian princess — be
forever my treasure. Love
 CHUGGIE	
MISS AUSTIN:
Here's to "Hockey and Basketball" and late night wildness
SPARKY:
Wishing you the best, as you
have given me. Love.
 ROY	
DEAR WEND:
Roses are red,
Violets are wine,
I want you to be
My Valentine!
Love ADNIL
To CORRIE MANN:
Lefs count pills together
sometime. From your Valen
tine's Day SWEETIE
To T.D.J.:
From a not so secret admirer.
Want to work  on  a computer
program soon? Cobol is the best
language.
ERICK
PUFFIN:
You're cute. I promise Fll love
you forever. Your devoted
 TED E. BEAR	
CATHY H.:
The   secret   to   life   is   where
romance starts,  under a quilt.
Love.
JEFFD.
O-
DEAR STUBLE:
From the day we met I knew
from your sweet smile, your
understanding mind, and your
very big heart full of consideration that you would always be
my Valentine. From
FLIPP1TY FLOP
SPARKLES:
Sweet memories of our short
but tender moments will forever
stay dear to me. Happy Valentine's Day!
 MOON	
HONEY:
Time endears but cannot fade
the   memories   that   love   has
made.   Happy   17th  monniver-
sary.
 Your B.
To the women of the fly lab:
You have the most favorable
phenotype our little red eyes
have ever seen. Affection and
wing-scissoring from the
Mutants.
MONICA:
Your eyes are like Paris
•af       in the spring.
▼       Love JEFF D.
Forty night beer club: Keener,
Baconfat, Wango Tango, Rotten
Johnny, RC, Randys and
California Man. RdR to my
favorite 84 pole supporters.
Here's to shaving cream,
noseglasses, Friday tea parties
and Flaming Oranges. Happy
Valentine's Day.
Luv SPINNY	
H.P., I love your touch.
 JOEY	
Happy Valentine JANE:
Watch out for that carl
 JEFF	
val!
Tm ready hope you are too.
Marry me won't you?
 BABA LOUIE	
Happy Valentine's Day Trisha
Webster! Will you be my Valentine for another year, or two? or
so? Yours always,
 DAVID
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY
Love "POOKIE"
To TOM SAKATA:
Love and kisses on Valentine's
Day, your Secret Admirer
G.0.4.*l, Wlse'n Smokey. How
about dinner at my place before
Saturday's dance? Love *3,
SLEEPER
B.W.:
You're a wonder. God must have
spent a little more time on you.
Happy Valentine's. G.D.
DEAR DEAR:
Make love not war. Irwin looks
forward to our meeting tonight!
Yours forever. HAWKNOSE
To the ladies of our lives:
Love to: "A" and "C."
The men in N15B
WARD:
Where my mind be . .
oft thinks of thee.
 PILLOW TALK
To MRS. ELGIE:
Heartfelt wishes from the
many good times.
 THE PREZ	
To all the old, new and future
members    of   "Club    Mike."
Thanks for everything girls.
Love, MIKE
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THE    U BYSS EY
Friday, February 13,1981 Others hard to understand
By JULIE WHEELWRIGHT
What happens to women after
they leave the hallowed halls of
higher learning? How are the 'uncommon' women with higher
education coping with life in the
me-generation?
These and many other questions
are the subject of the UBC theatre
department's latest offering; Uncommon Women and Others.
Though the play is well acted and
directed, the dialogue stumbles and
even falls flat on occasion and its
message is dubious.
Uncommon Women and Others
Directed by Charles Siegel
At Dorothy Somerset Theatre
The play opens at a Manhattan
restaurant in 1978 where five ex-
school mates gather to reminisce
about the past. Kate (Robin Cox) is
now a lawyer, Samantha (Tina
Nielsen) has a successful husband,
Muffet (Sharron Kearney) is an insurance seminar leader and Rita
(Ann St. James) is writing a novel.
The dialogue trouble begins when
Rita arrives and informs the gathering she is aiming at a Doris Lessing
type success and is training her husband,   (who   incidentally   gives
"great head") to be a Leonard
Woolf.
The remark is made, unfortunately, without any trace of
irony. Virginia Woolf's husband, it
could be very safely argued, was the
person who drove Virginia to her
death.
The women begin reminiscing
about life at Mount Holyoke College, one of the elite "seven sister"
schools in New England. Gracious
living, tea, milk and crackers,
father and daughter weekends are
staples of life.
One wonders why a play about
university women, shown at a
Canadian institution should be
about an eastern American college.
Veiled references to a DRS scholarship and Harvard, Yale and Cambridge reputations are difficult to
understand.
And some of the women's attitudes are also difficult to comprehend. They seem torn between a
desire to achieve and a desire to
escape the smothering confines of
dormitory life. And they talk about
sex a lot — some of the dialogue
sounds anachronistic.
The players are successful in
bringing out the characters of each
woman.   Carter,   the  smart   one,
plays her part deadpan, coaxing the
audience into laughter as she taps at
her typewriter in rhythm with
Handel's Hallelujah chorus.
Susie Friend (Pam Jones) one of
the house residents no one would
want to room with, is delightfully
obnoxious. And the syphilitic house
mother Mrs. Plum, is played convincingly with shaky hands and
wide staring eyes by Wendy Lewis.
The message seems to surface
when the action of the play returns
to Manhattan. Whatever happens
in their lives, whatever they learned
at college, their friendship remains
the most important part of it.
But their male relationships at
college are a central theme of the
play. At the father-daughter
weekend they sing a song about saving themselves for better things
than college men. Muffet breaks a
drinking arrangement with Leilah
(Nan Gregory) to rush out when her
boyfriend, "pink pants" calls.
Though there is humor, and
enough character development to
hold the audience's interest the play
is lacking in cohesion, and there is
not enough central drama, lt is like
looking at the best collection of
someone's college photos; amusing
but not making any point.
Images of victimized women
By LARRY GREEN
Denise Boucher's controversial
play Les Fees ont soif is being given
a satisfying production at the Centre Culturel Colombien on W. 16th,
and it would be well worth the while
of any French-speaker who can at
the very least sympathize with
feminism to see it.
Les Fees ont soif
By Denise Boucher
Feb. 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21
At the Centre Culture! Colombien
(in French only)
The play which dramatizes the
roles women are trapped into playing by men, the church and society
at large, was banned in Montreal in
1978.
The play deals with victimization,
alienation, and bewilderment
among women, but it avoids a
helpless, supplicating tone. Instead
there is a great deal of humor,
word-play, and honesty, which give
the play substance as its polymorphous themes are acted out, and
render it a moving work.
On stage three players represent
three images of womanhood.
Simone Goguen plays Marie with a
soft, quizzical voice, wondering
how she might escape the burden of
being the perfect wife and mother,
using Valium as a crutch and clinging to the past.
Joyce Janvier plays Madeleine,
who represents all fallen women. In
her black cocktail dress and Elizabeth Taylor wig Madeleine shows
that despite Marie's occasional envy, she is trapped as a whore symbol covering her anguish with alcohol and street-smart language.
Presiding over them is The
Statue, a living Virgin Mary icon
(Andree Boudreau). At times she
watches them while poised silently
on her raised pedestal, at others she
Les Fees . . . three
joins the scenes or rails against the
hypocrisy of being isolated and having to represent all female virtues,
not knowing what they should be or
why they should exist.
The play is divided into short set
pieces or tableaux which move from
one character to the other through
dialogue. Often funny, and
touching, the symbolism is not
overdone. The iconoclastic vision
of Les Fees is clear without being
clumsy.
As the characters reach a resolution their seats on the stage (or in
the case of The Statue, the whole
images of woman
shell of her outer robes) are draped
in red. Marie decides to walk out
and slams the door behind her.
Madeleine receives the ultimate
humiliation at the hands of men.
The Statue sees new possibilities.
It was often difficult to see the
stage especially when the players
were sitting, because there was no
real platform or incline. The direct-
Gabriel Gauthier treated all the elements with a simplicity which allows them to be seen in a starkly
evocative way. The acting is excellent and unsentimental.
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THE    UBYSSEY
Page 13 Psst. Want a lousy job?
Think classes are boring? Are you
often wishing there were more activities on this campus that challenged your mind so that you could recover your interest in education?
Or better yet, do you find the instruction you receive at UBC to be
an irrelevant series of dead facts
couched in an archaic format and
wish there was some way to do
away with classes altogether?
We've got a job for you. You can
be editor of The Ubyssey. All you
have to do is come up with the answer to some riddles:
What two-letter adjective can be
applied to a ruler?
What is the role of a student
newspaper in society and what political struggle inherent in the structure of Canadian society justifies
the role of a student newspaper?
If the price of beer rises to $6.50 a
case and deposit for bottles remains
at $1.20 a dozen, at what price
should beer be sold on a simple
break-even basis? (Hint: allow 70
cents per case for theft.)
Actually, it isn't even necessary
to  answer  the  questions  above.
THE UBYSSEY
February 13. 1981
Published Tuesdays. Thursdays and Fridays throughout the
university year by the Alma Mater Society of the University of
B.C. Editorial opinions are those of the staff and not of the
AMS or the university administration. Member, Canadian
University Press. The Ubyssey's editorial office is in room
241K of the Student Union Building. Editorial departments,
228-2301; Advertising, 228-3977.
Editor: Verne McDonald
It was a light snd ateamy night. Glen Sanford came to tha office dressed in a towel, ready for tha
fray. The once senaible Stave McClure dragged his syphilitic body out for tha evening upon hearing a
water fast waa in tha making. Helen Yagi, Evan Mclntyre and Jamea Young brought water winga and a
portable Jacuzzi for their own nefarioua purpoeee. That famoua Chineee comedy team Xan. Chan and
Liu. in imitation of the now dead leader sat out to swim in tha Fraaer river before beginning term
papers. Alice Thompeon. Lori Thicke and Heather Conn brought life jackets and acoutad franticaty for
a warm body of water beneath the snowy landscape Greg Fjettand. Scott McDonald and Charles
Campbell brought a water pipe to the portable-pool aide. Arnold Hedatrom and Eric Eggertson wearing
wet suits decided to brave the Pacific while BUI Tieleman and Julie Wheelwright left the scene for
tropical waters. And what of our dear editor Verne MacDonald? Wall, aa it waa hia birthday he was
given a drink from the fountain of youth, as he bent to sip, the sun flashed brightly in the sky and dried
the pool. Better luck next masthead. Vermin.
There will be staff around who will
be able to help you with such
things. We'll get to the staff in a
minute.
The editor of The Ubyssey is
granted several privileges.
You supervise production of the
newspaper and approve pages for
publication.
Should no other member of the
staff be selected to vent their
spleen, you, or one of you, may, at
the direction of the staff, write the
editorials for Canada's best, most
intelligent and most articulate
thrice-weekly newspaper.
You get to contribute large
enough amounts of money to various staff funds so that other staff
are shamed into contributing, thus
saving you from paying the whole
shot.
Then there are the responsibilities.
You are obligated to maintain the
tradition of total staff democracy in
ali areas and aspects of the newspaper.
You will represent to various
bodies, such as the administration,
the Alma Mater Society or any
other organization, public or private, the views of The Ubyssey
staff and the interests of the newspaper.
You will turn out a decent rag.
Lest you think it's all warm beer
and losing at skittles, there are
some potential benefits. The Ubyssey is recognized as a prime source
of journalists in western Canada
OPP^>
"That's very close. Scott.
and (we are embarrassed to admit)
every year has seen members of
The Ubyssey staff go on to paying
jobs in journalism.
All you have to do is make up a
complete resume by Feb. 27. Post it
in The Ubyssey office in SUB 241k
and tell the editor that you want to
live in parallel hell. The job is open
to any UBC student, or several
students if two or more wish to run
together.
No hippies, please.
You will then have to answer
questions from the staff at the
screening, which takes place March
3.
Only members of The Ubyssey
staff vote for who will hold the position of editor. Should you be selected, they will shower you with love,
shoulder massages and excellent
stories that will amaze and astound
the students. It's up to you to make
such an unlikely event come about.
Like all other staff members, you
will not be paid.
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Hack slams "blatantly incorrect" paper
1 find that I must regretably
spend the last few days of my term
of office (the end of which I think is
something both myself and The
Ubyssey staff look forward to)
writing letters to The Ubyssey correcting blatant errors in both your
stories and editorial. The issue of
the proposed SUB renovation is a
prime example of these errors.
To start with, your editorial.
You state that the council never
approached the university, the
Universities Council of B.C. ot the
universities ministry about changing
the board/senate elections to a
longer period. I suggest you read
the student council minutes of Sept.
17, 1980, motion 28 (copy
enclosed).
This fact was reported on the
front page of your Sept. 18, 1980
issue, story by Glen Sanford.
Doesn't the Ubyssey staff ever read
what they publish? The senate
(which is the body that decided
this issue) subsequently decided
against the suggested format.
You state that the advertising is
'pushing the renovations.' Again,
refer to the minutes. Th? motions
allocating funds explicitly stated
for advertising to be of an informative and non-biased nature.
If the students are going to vote
on the issue, then they must be informed, in an unbiased manner, of
the proposals. If we hadn't published the proposals, then The Ubyssey
would say that we are not informing
the students. Oh well, we lose either
way.
You state the quorum for the
referendum is 'two-thirds'. Please
read the AMS by-laws. Quorum is
the number of people required to
vote, not the percentage by which it
must pass (English 100). The
necessary percentage to pass the
referendum is found in the by-laws
(copy attached). 1 suggest you read
the section on referendum before
quoting what it says.
Now that I have finished with
your blatantly incorrect editorial,
onto the front page.
In the headline story, we actually
find two stories. We find a story on
the proposed SUB renovations to
the courtyard and plaza mall.
However, interspersed with comments about this, we find comments
on the general accessibility of SUB
to handicapped people. The two
proposed renovations unto
themselves have full wheelchair
capacity and conform to the current
building code regulations.
However, the other story within
the story is about facts of SUB that
were designed in 1966. The referendum going to students is not to
renovate the other areas of SUB to
bring them up to modern wheel
chair standards. These renovations
can be done at any time with money
set aside for that purpose without
the approval of the students.
Perhaps  some of these  energetic
sources who comment on SUB for
the Ubyssey would be interested in
coming up with a list of renovations
to SUB for the handicapped.
The two plans going to referendum are fully compatible with
wheel chair access. In the case of
the courtyard development, special
dispensation from the fire marshall
was obtained so that we would have
an easy wheelchair access to the
lounge from the second floor. (Fire
regulations   state   that   the   entire
lounge area is to be totally sealed
off from the second floor.)
However, we were able in the planning stage, to obtain special permission to do this. Does this show lack
of concern for the handicapped?
The plaza mall is designed to
have appropriate ramps from the
current lower floor of SUB, which
is already read*v accessible by
wheel chair.
I am one of the first to admit that
SUB had deficiencies when it was
constructed with regards to the handicapped. Now, how about a couple of qualified people who would
like to do a complete study for us
on how to upgrade the rest of SUB.
Maybe some of the 'experts' quoted
by The Ubyssey would like to help.
1 invite anyone who has any
questions or suggestions to drop by
the AMS executive office and look
at the plans.
Craig Brooks
AMS administrative director
Trotskyists say thanks
The Trotskyist League Club
thanks all of the people who came
out on Tuesday to show their support for the TWU and CUPE
workers. Since the B.C. Fed and the
TWU put out a call for a mass rally
downtown, the UBC rally
organizers did not want to hold a
competing event. The downtown
rally was the place for students and
trade unionists to show their support for the TWU.
The labor movement in B.C. has
still got big battles to win: the TWU
fight is far from over, CUPE is still
on strike, the cement workers,
Nabob workers, and others are still
out. The need for student, faculty
and campus worker support is as
strong as ever. So come out to SUB
plaza next Tuesday, Feb. 17 at noon
to show your solidarity with these
workers! Miriam McPherson
Trotskyist League Club
Gays 'not here to take abuse'
I am writing in response to the
letter 'Gay undignified' (published
Thursday in The Ubyssey). I take
four exceptions to the contents ol
that letter.
First, I fail to understand how he
or she, (Mr. or Ms., name withheld
by request) cannot see the contradictions contained in that letter.
Anonymous states that the "het"
took two buttons, (belonging to
Gay People of UBC and in the
custody of an authorized representative of that group) and refused to
return or pay for them, and indeed
disposed of them in a garbage can
where they could have been lost or
destroyed.
Anonymous went on to say that
nothing was stolen. Perhaps the
"het" should try doing that at any
retail outlet or sidewalk merchant
and see if the judge agrees that no
theft has been committed. On my
understanding of the law a theft
was committed and the gay rep was
then fully justified in taking action
to protect the property placed in his
possession.
Secondly, Anonymous states that
the "het" merely touched (?) a pop
can to the gay rep's head. Please
note that any touching without consent is an assault. In this case the
"touching" raised a substantial
lump on the gay rep's head. He had
the injury treated at student health
.services.
Thirdly, Anonymous ends by
stating that the goal of Gay Week is
to improve our image, and that we
should provide reps that can take
harrassment.
We are not here to take public
abuse. We are here to stand up for
our rights. We are here to bring to
light just such examples of unjustifiable discrimination, abuse
and indeed condoned criminality
which are regularly directed at Gay
people.
Finally, Anonymous claims that
the gay rep was acting in an undignified, catty and reactionary
manner. I wonder how dignified the
' 'het" would have been if he were in
the position of being robbed,
ridiculed and assaulted.
Gary Cohen
president, gay people of UBC
More on abuse
An anonymous letter, from a
student in physical education,
published in The Ubyssey Thursday claims to tell the truth about
an incident which occurred in
SUB on Tuesday, Feb. 10. While
I was not present during the
original confrontation, I did see
the arrest which resulted.
When the police officer arrested the individual, I heard a
stream of profanity unbecoming
to any member of the UBC community. The language and
behaviour of this person made
the Gay UBC member's story
quite plausible to me.
Further, I must admit I do not
understand how merely
"touching" a pop can to someone's head could cause a large
bump that looked as if it had
been inflicted by a malevolent
two-by-four.
It appears that the main
grievance of your correspondent
is that a gay person would actually respond when someone
heaps abuse on him. Gays, apparently, should merely accept
the well-deserved taunts which
society heaps on us.
The letter goes on to say that
the Gay UBC member should be
replaced by someone who "can
take a bit of harassment." No
gay person (or anyone else, for
that matter) should be expected
to accept abuse and not stand up
for his or her rights.
It is about time some people
grew up and learned basic
respect for others.
Vincent Manis
computer science
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TH.E . U BYSS.EY
Friday, February 13,1981 Aggressive leadership cure for apathetic mob
I'd like to see the student election
process become more credible, as a
reflection of student needs and
aspirations for a change. I think it's
fair to say that the present system,
as witnessed by the past election, is
a symbolic sham.
It is true that the election process
is a democratic one — but this in
itself does not make the system
necessarily credible, since so few
students vote in the process. I've
heard the argument that students
don't give a damn, that they're
apathetic. To some extent this is
true. We don't see for example, the
students rising up in a spontaneous
expression of their sovereign will!
But, is it their fault?
The student body is not so much
apathetic, as they are leaderless.
That's right! The student body is
leaderless not in the sense of not
having leaders, but in the sense of
not having effective leadership to
organize the student body into the
political force it could be, and
should be.
The reason that the student body
is leaderless is twofold. First of all
the students do not participate in
sufficient  numbers  to  make  the
Clean up your act
Engineering Week has come and
gone once again, along with the
usual festivities. It's not the Lady
Godiva ride I've written to complain about.
What causes me more consternation is the debris in the trees along
Main Mall. A campus beautifica-
tion project perhaps? If so, then
those responsible are desperately in
need of a few lessons from the arts
students.
The decorations from last year's
frolic are still in evidence —
styrofoam cups with E's written on
them. This year's attempt (orange
flag tape) is a little more colorful
but definitely less than impressive.
Engineering Week is fine, but
such litter is not. Just because
engineers see fit to be more
energetically obnoxious than any
other faculty does not give them
licence to mar public property,
which is essentially what has been
done.
Heaven forbid that they should
have to clean up after themselves.
Instead, the "decorations" have
been left there for the rest of us to
admire. The summer tourists
should like it too — the orange colour will contrast nicely with the
green leaves but it somehow lacks
the natural look.
Such antics are roughly
equivalent to dumping garbage into
the street or spray-painting names
on the sides of buildings. When will
these happy-go-lucky young people
become mature, responsible adults?
They should do us all a favor and
clean up those beautiful trees.
Nicholle Carriere
musk 2
democratic process of student elections viable. This could be accomplished by instituting two
measures immediately.
Those students who seek the role
of leadership of the AMS must be
adequately compensated for the
sacrifice which is demanded of
them. Remember, these students
have to fight the clock just like you
and me.
The sacrifice of their study time,
work time and leisure time should
be compensated by the AMS for the
work they do for students.
And this is good for all students.
This will encourage the candidates
to aggressively seek the support of
the student body for their candidacy. This will increase the
political consciousness of the
students and will encourage a
dialogue of issues between the candidates and the constituents.
Secondly the AMS should revise
its campaign procedure. It should
underwrite all expenses incurred in
a campaign, up to a specified ceiling, when and only if an acceptable
percentage of the votes have been
received   in   the   election.
When this is accomplished the
candidates could spend enough of
their money to reach the many
thousands of students on campus,
instead of having to resort (due to
the lack of money) to the cheap and
ineffective medium of just plastering posters on a few walls. If we
want to make the system work, we
have to radically change our thinking on how elections are to be run in
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I believe that once these changes
have been made the student body
will receive the quality leadership it
deserves, while at the same time be
ing better educated in the forum of
issue during an election campaign.
Terry Cox
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Barrett no bad joke
"They may be able to sell used
cars; they may be able to create
hysteria during election campaigns,
but they sure as heck haven't been
able to do one thing about the
economy of B.C. — except run it
into the ground.
"What I'm calling for is a return
to common sense, to ethical and
basic human values. Transforming
the 'Me' generation into the 'We'
generation."
The speaker is Dave Elarrett. A
long time ago, he was the first (and
only) premier of B.C. to represent a
humanitarian political party. The
Social Credit preached a lot about
incompetence and they then proceeded to practice what they
preached, but without the
humanitarian part. It seems impossible to pick up a newspaper
without reading about something
going wrong in Victoria. So what is
the alternative?
On Monday, Feb. 16, the
Honorable Dave Barrett is coming
to the SUB auditorium at noon to
tell you what he has to offer and to
answer your questions. If that's not
exciting enough for you, an old
UBC tradition requires members of
the lunatic fringe of the far left
(such as communists) and the far
right (such as engineers) to turn out
and harass Mr. Barrett with embarrassing noises and deep, insightful
questions. Mr. Barrett also knows
some good jokes about prominent
cabinet ministers.
Admission is free.
N. Shindler
NDP club
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Thank youl
I'd like to take this opportunity
to thank all the people who participated in this year's annual UBC
engineers' redeye pancake brunch
on January 19th. With your help,
and appetites, we raised $679 for
the CFOX children's hospital fund,
about double what we raised last
year.
Special thanks to John Armstrong and his hot blue wheels, the
jocks and the Fox from CFOX-FM,
and all the cordon rouge pancake
chefs who showed up, spatula in
hand.
Let's double it again next year!
Bruce Corbet
brunch chairman
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THE    UBYSSEY
Friday, February 13,1981 HOT US THAT FITS
Council Leaves
Seven Students
Stuck In Quebec
But for one glaring exception,
student council was very generous
with funds at Wednesday night's
meeting.
Seven UBC students are left
"high and dry" at a national energy
conference in Montreal because
council narrowly refused to provide
$1,900 for travel expenses. The students were sent to the conference
this week without council's approval and were relying on council
to provide the necessary funds.
Several council members were an
gry at the decision, including external affairs coordinator Al Soltis.
He said it had been essential for the
students to attend the conference,
and now they had to pay for it out
of their own pockets. "We've left
them high and dry and I'm pissed
off," he said.
Council had several objections to
funding the delegates, but most
criticism was based on how arbitrarily the students were chosen.
No one was able to explain to
council exactly how the delegates
were chosen, but the decision appeared to be made by the engineering undergraduate society and the
commerce undergraduate society.
The delegates consisted of four en-
VEJI
From page 6
this town are basically snotty. They
are never digging to find out just
what's going on around town. I
think that the punk scene is really
helping Vancouver. There have
been a lot of small underground
punk bands getting coverage for
their original material. It's one of
the first artistic or pseudo-artistic
endeavors that's actually getting
somewhere in Vancouver.
U: Do you think there are more
clubs in Vancouver now that bands
like VEJI can play and more regular
listeners to come and hear them?
HF: I think the people willing to
come regularly are there but there's
still a lack of clubs and club owners
that are willing to experiment and
take a chance with jazz bands that
are larger than a sextet. The Hot
Jazz is a start.
U: Do you do any studio work?
HF: Not really. It's like being an
Olympic athlete but not doing what
you want to do.
Some of it is rewarding but to get
into it five to eight hours a day you
have to practise constantly to get
yourself into amazing shape so you
can go in and be what someone else
wants you to be. It's a craft and it's
pretty lucrative even in Vancouver.
It's much better down south or in
Toronto or Montreal. Studio work,
whether you're talking about the
taping itself or the materials you
need to tape at all, has gotten incredibly expensive in the last few
years. Engineers cost a fortune to
hire as well.
U: What about ethnic influences
in VEJI's music? Does VEJI owe
any of its flavor to ethnic sources?
HF: Some of the recent pieces
I've written have used East Indian
rhythms and modes. Most of the
western European harmonic concepts seem to intrigue me — 12-tone
stuff and dissonance. I guess VEJI
is the end product of all sorts of different influences.
U: As far as the concerts are concerned, does anyone do the booking
for you?
HF: Not right now, no. I should
get someone 'cause I sure as hell
can't do it.
U: Then you do it all now?
HF: Well, other people in the
band have connections as well.
Basically it's hard to book a band
that size anywhere for nothing let
alone for money. It's also hard to
pay a jazz quartet let alone 13 musicians. Most jazz clubs are small and
most places that are any larger are
booked all the time, you know,
places with bars. Most of the stuff
we do requires heavy drinking from
the audience and some of us as well.
But most of the guys in the band are
deeply religious and never do any
drugs or drinking.
gineers and three commerce students. They were all male.
Some council members questioned the purpose of the conference
and suggested it was an elitist function.
"This reeks of jobs for the boys
and trips for the lads," said Sean
Boyle, graduate student representative.
Council tied 7-7 to pay for travel
expenses, which meant the motion
was defeated. There were five abstentions.
Although council was stingy on
this issue, it granted funds to several other groups.
The women's committee of the
law student association got $680 to
help send four delegates to a national convention in Halifax starting Feb. 19.
Council also gave $880 to the
EUS for their entry in the Great
Northern Concrete Toboggan Race
which will take place this spring on
Mount Seymour.
The B.C. branch of the World
Universities Service of Canada got
$500 from council to sponsor a refugee student from war-torn
Ethiopia.
And rehabilitation medicine got
$500 for sending two students to
two summer national conferences.
Gage Gets
Summer Cafeteria
Although it has not yet been confirmed SUB cafeteria renovations
will even take place, UBC's housing
department has decided to relocate
the cafeteria in Walter Gage residence this summer.
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Al Soltis, chair of the Gage residents' association, said Thursday
the administration bureaucracy had
somehow officially decided to move
the cafeteria to Gage.
Soltis said residents have been
told the cafeteria will "probably"
be moved out of Gage by the end of
August, and said students would actively protest any delay in moving
the cafeteria back into SUB.
The transfer to Gage is scheduled
to take place so the administration
can expand the SUB cafeteria.
However, it needs the east alcove of
SUB for the expansion and student
council has refused to lease the alcove.
Meanwhile, the housing department is facing trouble from the
Totern Park and Place Vanier residents' associations, who have both
rejected the proposed food services
budget.
Surplus Surfaces
In AMS Audit
Student council received the financial statement for the period
May l to Dec. 31, 1980.
Finance director Len Clarke said
that this is the statement which will
be presented by the Alma Mater
Society membership at the annual
general meeting Feb. 18.
The statements were received
without question by council members despite rumors earlier that the
AMS had amassed a $200,000 surplus.
The statements showed that the
society ran a $208,000 profit as per
the profit and loss statement.
Other highlights included the
sales of $50,341 worth of investments and a total expenditure of
$92,513 by student government.
Arts Students
Vote Monday
Arts students go to the polls
Monday to elect student council
representatives and repeat the arts
student senator contest held in January.
The election for senator was protested by candidate Marilyn Mac
Pherson, said election committee
member Pat Chow. MacPherson
protested the election because some
arts students were denied a vote.
Chow said when arts students
tried to vote at the Buchanan building in the arts election after voting
for board and senate at-large elsewhere, polling clerks refused to issue the ballot since the number on
the student card had been previously marked.
Under senate election rules nominations were not reopened. Dave
Clancy is the only candidate other
than MacPherson.
Arts students will also elect four
representatives to students council.
Two incumbents, Anat Baron and
Mike McKinley, join Peter Goddard, Stephen Henderson, David
Cox, David Martins and Chris
Fulker on the ballot.
For Theatre information call 687-1515
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Friday, February 13,1961
THE    UBYSSEY
Page 17 'Tween classes
TODAY
VARSITY OUTDOOR CLUB
Swimming party, check dub room for additional
detaila. Aquatic Cantra.
QAY PEOPLE OF UBC
Gay Week '81   NDP MP Svend Robinson, the
parliamentary   gay   rights   advocate,   speaks.
noon, SUB 206.
TROTSKYIST LEAGUE
Marxist litereture and discussion. 11:30 to 1:30,
SUB main concourse.
AMS WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
Lawyer Joanne Ranaon spaaks on rape and the
law, noon, SUB 130.
ISMAILI STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION
General meeting and last dsy for a discount on
tickets for Valentine's, noon, SUB 119.
AMNESTY UBC
Meeting, noon, SUB 206.
SCIENCE FICTION SOCIETY
See the world end in Dr.  Strangelove,  noon,
SUB auditorium.
UBC COMMITTEE AGAINST RACIST
AND FASCIST VIOLENCE
Charles Boylan, president of the General Farm
snd Allied Workers wHI give a report on the work
of organizing among farmworkers and other un
organized workers, noon, SUB 211.
LE CLUB FRANCAIS
General   meeting,   noon,   International   House
lounge.
INTRAMURALS
Men's and women's Triumph Run 15 kml,  no
registration necessary, just drop in, noon, Mac
Innes Field.
LSM
TGIF meet for sports, 2:30, Happy Hour follows
at 4 p.m., Lutheran Campus Centre.
CSA
All new members welcome to attend the Chinese
painting class, 3 to 5 p.m., SUB 213.
INTERNATIONAL HOUSE
Folk night, 7:X p.m.. International House 401.
STUDENT LIBERALS
Valentine's  Day dance,  bzzr and wzne.  7:30
p.m., SUB 207/209.
GAY PEOPLE OF UBC
Gay Week '81, comic Robin Tyler in concert, 8
p.m., IRC 2.
NUS/EUS
Valentine's dance, 8 p.m., SUB ballroom.
CVC
Ice skating party. 8:46 to 11 p.m., Winter Sports
Centre, main rink.
SATURDAY
INTRAMURALS
Men's   curling   bonspiel,   10   a.m.   to  6   p.m.,
Thunderbird Winter Sports Centre.
GAY PEOPLE OF UBC
Workshop with Robin  Tyler,  feminist and gay
rights leader, 11:30 a.m., SUB 207/209,
Gay Week '81, Valentine's dance. 9 p.m., UBC
Grad Student Centre.
SUNDAY
INTRAMURALS
Men's curling bonspiel, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
Thunderbird Winter Sports Centre.
MONDAY
NDP CLUB
Dave Barrett speaks, noon, SUB auditorium.
HUMAN SETTLEMENTS VIEWING CENTRE
Economics series: The Disappearing Land, effects of urbanization on the Niagara peninsula,
Library Processing, 308.
CCCM
Discussion   group:    "Dissecting   Rats   -   vice
or illness?", noon, Lutheran Campus Centre.
WINDSURFING UBC
General meeting, film, everybody welcome,
noon, SUB 207.
TUESDAY
UBC SOCIAL CREDIT CLUB
General meeting, new members desperately
needed, noon, SUB 224.
WOMEN'S STUDENT OFFICE
Women in politics: panel discussion with Rosemary Brown, Yvonne Cocke, Bernice Gerard,
Pat Marchak, noon, Buchanan penthouse.
CCCM
Eucharist, noon, Lutheran Campus Centre
chapel.
GAY PEOPLE OF UBC
"Word is out: stories of some of our lives,"
documentary - donation requested, noon, SUB
ballroom.
WEDNESDAY
UBC SOCIAL CREDIT CLUB
Bill Vander Zalm speaks, noon, SUB auditorium.
CCCM
Community dinner, open to all, bring a tasty
morsel, 5:30 p.m., Lutheran Campus Centre.
GAY PEOPLE OF UBC
"Word is out: stories of some of our lives,"
documentary — donation requested, 8 p.m.,
SUB auditorium.
THURSDAY
IVCF
Unexplained event, noon, Chem. 250.
Dire V.D.
day dawns
V.D. is with us again. That's
right, it's that time of year again.
No, you don't understand, it's Valentine's day tomorrow. And to
make sure everyone has something
to do, there are a few goings-on
about the campus this weekend.
For instance:
The Bleeding Heart Liberals will
be sponsoring an evening of bzzr,
wzne, and dance (in honor of St.
Valentine) tonight at 7:30 p.m. The
Valentine's day dance will begin in
SUB 207/209, but will, in all likelihood, not stay there.
A similar but probably more ca-
vortous "bash" will be put on by
the EUS/NUS at 8 p.m. in SUB
ballroom, ht probably won't stay
there either . . .
On Saturday, another such eve-
Hot flashes
ning will be sponsored by the Gay
People of UBC, and will happen at
the Grad Students' Centre at 9 p.m.
Talking heads
There are those who believe we
live in a democracy. This myth
states there are separate and distinct political parties with different
political ideologies. People are supposed to support the political parties they associate with most.
In keeping with the rituals of this
obscure myth, there are two political speakers coming to UBC next
week.
Provincial opposition leader Dave
Barrett will speak Monday at noon
in the SUB auditorium. He belongs
to a large curt called the NDP.
Cabinet minister Bill Vander Zalm
will speak Wednesday at noon in
the SUB auditorium. Bill belongs to
an even larger cult called Social
Credit.
Vote er go
There is a SUB renovations referendum going on.
The Alma Mater Society executive still is not exactly sure what
renovations in lower-floor SUB will
be used for, but there will be increased space for either shops or
clubs. At any rate, if students are
willing to spend $328,000 for the
project, the SUB plaza will extend
further underground in the direction of the Aquatic Centre.
Knocking out the ceiling in the
SUB concourse, putting a skylight
over the current courtyard and creating another conversation lounge
would cost students $725,000.
The renovation designs can be
examined in the SUB courtyard.
Voting closes today.
The University of Calgary figures
prominently in UBC athletics this
weekend, when UBC will host both
the men's and women's basketball
teams from Calgary in War Memorial Gym. The men, with the playoffs a diminishing possibility, will
be out to improve on a 6-8 record
and a fourth place standing in the
six team league.
The Thunderettes will also be out
to improve their record. But since
they are 0-16 in league play they will
be looking for a win to match last
year's 1-19 record.
The women's games start at 6:45
p.m. while the men's go at 8 p.m.
•     •     *
The Aquatic Centre will be the
scene of a men's swimming and diving meet between UBC and Port
land State. It gets under way at 5:30
p.m. today.
* *     •
Other sports today include the
women's gymnastics team taking on
Boise State at 6 p.m. in the Osborne
Centre and the rugby team taking
on the UBC Old Boys in Thunderbird Stadium at 7:30 p.m.
* •     »
The ski team is in action this
weekend. The women have clinched
the league title and the men are in
first place with one series of races to
go.
* •     •
The hockey team will visit Calgary for a pair of games this weekend. The 'Birds are in the unenviable position of trying to improve
their 4-12 record against the number one ranked team in the country.
The 'Bird's Bill Holowaty was
named Canada West's Athlete-of-
the-week for his performance last
weekend when he was involved in
sven of UBC's 11 goals.
♦ »     •
Also visiting Calgary will be the
men's gymnastics team. They will
compete in the Canada West University Athletic Association championships.
* *     »
The men's soccer team continues
Pacific Northwest play Saturday
against the B.C. under 21 selects in
Richmond. But like the rugby
game, the soccer may be called off
if the weather does not clear up.
This Ubyssey national advertising contract question is
beyond reason to me.
MEETING
A special meeting for student council members and interested students on The Ubyssey's
national advertising options will be held at 5
p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 17 in the council chambers. Information packages will be sent to all
council members' mailboxes before the
meeting.
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Commercial - 3 line*. 1 day $3.30; additional lines
50c. Additional days $3.00 and 46c.
Classified ads are not accepted by telephone and are payable in
advance. Deadline is 11.W a.rn. the day before publication.
Publications Office, Room241, SMB., UBC, Van.. B.C. V6T2A5
5 — Coming Events
40 — Messages
THE VANCOUVER INSTITUTE
Free Public Lecture
Prof. Brenda Beck
Anthropology, UBC
A Folk Epic Of Southern
India: Hierarchy, Heroism
and Fate
Prof. Beck will discuss east-west
cultural differences as reflected in an
ancient folk epic stiN sung by
wandering minstrels in South India.
SATURDAY, FEB. 14 at 8:16 p.m.
LECTURE HALL 2
WOODWARD BUILDING
Valentina Ballroom Danca
February 14
Music Iw Joe MorsM
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RED IV ESPRIT FIREBIRD 4.9 Litre Wire
Wheels. RadM Snow Taos included 18,500
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20 — Housing
ARE YOU TIRED of commuting to U.B.C.
every morning? If so, the Student Housing
Office may be able to help. We now have
vacancies for women in Totem Park
Residence. There are only seven double
rooms left — so act quickly. Come to the
Student Housing Office during regular office hours (8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) and let
us help you solve your housing problem.
For info 228-2811.
30 — Jobs
STUDENT to do office cleaning 1-2 evenings
per week on Granville Island. CaH 681-0276.
WEEK END EMPLOYMENT Students
wanted for weekend jobs: Cleaning, painting, construction. Imagen Design
Associates Inc. 688-2434.
FULL AND PART TIME shippers wanted
by local stereo store. Opportunity to leem
to mount cartridges and deal with
customers. Drivers licence an asset. Reply
in writing to Box 100, The Ubyssey, Room
241, SUB.
35 — Lost
GOLD CHAIN with 1 gram gold pendant.
Gold bracelet engraved "Kathryn" at
Aquatic Center or Wesbrook Parking Lot
Feb. 11th. Phone 261-2489. Reward.
MEN'S GLASSES in Reddish-Brown Case
Feb. 10th near Bookstore. Phone Gary
327-8604.
LOST   B.C.   HYDRO   CASE   STUDY   in
SUB washroom. Please caH 224-6426 - I'm
lost without itl
SILVER PIN with turquoise enameling on
Monday, Feb. 9. If found please cal Tammy
at 732-8982.
50 — Rentals
FURNISHED APARTMENT 3 bedrooms,
bathrooms, living and dining room, kitchen
convenient location to sublet from May-
Sept. Faculty or reliable students preferred.
Rent nogotkable; Write Apt. 5, 4643 Sherbrooke St. West, Montreal, H3Z 1G2 or
phone 514-933-5120.
60- Rides
Scandals
ZIONISMI On its way to U.B.C.
THE GSA is holding its semi-annual
Valentine's Day Party Feb. 13 at 8:00 p.m.
in the Grad Centre.
WANTED SKIING COMPANION to ski
B.C. Interior mid Feb. to mid March —
Share Exenses — Bob. 253-0060.
80 — Tutoring
Typing
YEAR-ROUND EXPERT typing theses and
essays. 738-6829 from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00
p.m.
EXPERIENCED TYPIST, my own I.B.M.
Selectric typewriter. Essays, theses,
resumes, letters. Accurate neat work. $1.00
per double-spaced pege. Les: 266-5666.
SECRETARIAL SERVICES. Theses,
manuscripts, and resumes, professionally
and efficiently typed. Phone 594-9383 or
584-3072.
TYPING 76c/PAGE. French available. Call
Peggy 438-4994.
TERM PAPERS, resumes, reports, essays,
composed, edited, typed. Published
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EXPERT TYPING. Essays, term papers,
factum* 40.85. Theses, manuscripts, letters, resumes 90.86+. per page. Fast
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EXPERT TYPIST. Fast and accurate. IBM
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TYPING SERVICES for theses, correspondence, etc. Any field. French also available.
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90-Wanted
URGENT: WANTED hockey and flagball
referees. »7.50/game (certified, $5.00 (non-
certified) Please contact Larry Woods, Intramural Office, Gym Rm. 203.
CHILD CARE wanted for 7 year old twin
girts, two week-ends per month during the
day. Also occasional evenings. 224-0901
99 — Miscellaneous
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THE    U BYSS EY
Friday, February 13,1961 vista
Schoolyard Gaines, a new play by
John Lazarus, is opening on Sunday, Feb. 22 at that correct location, the Vancouver East Cultural
Centre at 1895 Venables. It's a play
for kids and it's on at 1 p.m.
Vancouver artist Leslie Poole is
going to be exhibiting his works at
the Bau-Xi gallery from Feb. 16-28.
He's worked in a variety of media
and it should be worth avoiding
walking the sidewalk for. If you believe the folks at 3045 Granville St
The Hilliard Ensemble will arrive
in our fair burg on Sunday at 8:3C
p.m. at the Queen Elizabeth Play-
BLACK & LEE
TUX SHOP
1110 Seymour St.
688-2481
house. But perhaps you should
check out the picket situation first.
They'll be presenting a program of
medieval English vocal music. Another item to note is that (he Ensemble will be conducting a workshop that same afternoon at 1:30 at
Hodson Manor (1254 West Seventh) with those ace people Good
Companye from Vancouver itself.
Be there or be carbon dated.
Or if you think that's so much
pocket lint you can spend Sunday
afternoon walking around False
Creek and thinking how much different it would all look in Miami
VANCOUVER
NEW MUSIC SOCIETY
Presents
7th Annual Evening of
ELECTRONICS
HOST: BARRY TRUAX
Featuring 5 of tha top priie compoardona from
tha Sth International Competition of Elec-
troacouatlc Muaic at Bourgaa, Franca, 1980
SUNDAY, FEB. 15-8 p.m.
Vancouver East Cultural Centre
RESERVATIONS: 264-9678
Beach and then going to the Waterfront theatre at 8:30 p.m. where the
Cecilian Ensemble will be performing baroque music by Biber, Cen-
perin and others. Just end up on
Granville Island.
Brock and Friends. No, it's not
an all-star Broadway cast depicting
the wacky adventures of Sir Isaac
Brock and his zany sidekick Laura
Secord, it's a bunch of terminally
mellow people from Kelowna who
are coming down to Vancouver to
bless us with their presence Sunday,
Feb. 22 at the Vancouver East Cultural Centre at 8 p.m. Stranger
things have happened.
Hardcore  '81  is still happening
tomorrow at the laundromat on
Richards. DOA, Bludgeoned Pigs
et al.
Holly Near will be visiting John
Oliver auditorium tonight at 8.
That's at 41st and Fraser and there
will be translation for the deaf provided.
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gives you some meat for your money. Instead of a banquet of
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SEAFOOD & STEAKS
Lunch 11:30 to 2:00
Tues. to Friday
Dinner 5:00 to 10:00
Tuesday to Sunday
Reasonable Prices for Student Budgets
2340 W. 4th Avenue -:- 731-1736
When it's time to
eat or time to
have some fun
it's time to read —
"Vancouver
After
Classes"
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3 COURSE LUNCH SPECIAL
3 COURSE DINNER SPECIALS from
224-2521
3.75
6.96
Plus complete Menu Selection
of Salad, Sandwich and
House Specialties
Open: 11:30 - Midnight
Monday thru Saturday
ENJOY ENGLISH PUB-STYLE
FOOD IN AN AUTHENTIC SETTING
Make "The Cheese" Your Local
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Friday, February 13,1981
THE    UBYSSEY
Page 19 YOU'LL
LOVE
THE
PRICE
YAMAHA CR240 AM/FM RECEIVER
New Low distortion AM/FM stereo receiver offering 0.02%
distortion 94db signal to noise I10MV) phone section, high performance tuner section, with  hendsome slmuleted  ebony
wood cabinet.
YAMAHA NEW P-360 natural sound turntable Is designed
throughout for exceptional disc reproductions fidelity and
operating convenience. In addition to Its unique straight
tubular tonearm It offers ultra-modern slim styling, adjustable
anti-skating dial, resonance-absorbing turntable mat and oil-
damped manual cueing.
EPI 100 The EPI 100's have become the industry standard
for bookshelf speakers. The 8" woofer produces full tight base;
the 1" air spring tweeter reproduces exhilarating highs.
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EPI 100 SPEAKERS
The EPI 100's have become the industry standard for bookshelf
speakers. The 8" woofer produces
full tight base; the 1" air spring
tweeter reproduces exhilarating
highs.
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120C
EPI 120C Loudspeaker ie • 2-way design with a 10"
long-traverse woofer and 1" air-spring tweeter.
This system provides superior dispersion and the
accurate reproduction typical of EPI's exclusive
Linear Sound.
200B
EPI 200B Linaar Sound Loudspeaker system ia
deeignad for extended baaa reaponaa, reduced
distortion and dramatical increased efficiency.
The EPI 200B "Linaar Sound" Loudspeaker
employs a specially designed 8" woofer and 12"
passive radiator to give you ultra-accurate baaa
reproduction down to 34 Hzll And tha 1" high-
frequency tweeter with feroo-fluid suspension
means thst you get preciae high frequency
production tool Tha raault ia EPI'a unprecedented dispersion and clarity — the "Linear
Sound".
*99
.95
*199-95
♦299
95
SANYO MODEL SLIM-1 SLIM-LINE -
NEW STYLE IN RECORDERS
Just 2" deep and small enough to take everywhere, this slimline
cassette recorder features a built-in microphone, trouble-free tape
transport mechanism, automatic level control for distortion prevention, auto stlp, battery operated or optional AC adaptor. Ultra slim
design, but very big on performance. _^   _    _^__	
•95
$39
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M964ED
STEREO
CARTRIDGE
For % to 1 ft grams tracking. Deluxe high trackability
cartridge with built-in snap down stylus cover.
'59
95
TURNTABLES
CS506
Belt-Drive semi automatic turntable with Ulm Tonearm, damped
cueing and hinged dust cover.
CS606
Direct-drive semi-automatic Turntable with ULM tonearm. Anti-
resonance filter to prevent unwanted motor vibrations from interfering with music.
'169
95
STEREO AM/FM MPX
PORTABLE CASSETTE RECORDER
Delivers great stereo sound from
twin 4V4" speakers. Records in stereo off the air
with two built-in condensor microphones. Many features
of far larger systems, including LED level indicator, pause control for
precise editing, auto stop, separate right/left volume controls, slide
rule tuning. A lot of entertainment at a very pleasing price.
$139
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AIWA TP-S30
Portable Cassette Recorder
For the Runner, For the Skier. For the
Hiker. For etc.. etc.
The world's smalieat stereo portable caaaette recorder,
the brand new AIWA TP-S30 ia guaranteed to amaze you with Ns
performance.   Featuraa  include  Metal tape capability,   bjirt-in  headphone
amplifier, built-in condenser mic. Including carrying case and stereo headphones. Can be connected to your system to record.
*289
STANTON
681 EEE
CARTRIDGE
You don't have to install a Stanton cartridge in your
stereo system to judge its performance. You can hear it
demonstrated on over 90 leading radio stations across
Canada every day. The leading radio stations in Canada
got that way by not settling for second best. Why
should you? Hear the Stanton 681 EEE cartridge.
$79.93
REPLACEMENT STYLUS
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BRING IN THIS COUPON
And save $10.00 off your regular price
on a new replacement stylus for your
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681 EEE.
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THE   UBYSSEY
Friday, February 13,1981

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