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Scrappy, Hard tackling FullbackBecomes Legend
sheDailyUbyssey
VOL, XXXI
VANCOUVER, B .C., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1948
Memorial
Gymnasium . .
Construction
"D Day
,,
Clean-up Drive
'
Scrappy, Hard tackling
Fullback Becomes Legend
The name of Dougie Reid be came a legend Saturday .
The scrappy, devil-may-car e
fullback of UBC's American foot ball team joined the ranks of th e
university ' s athletic "greats" i n
a game that brought disaster t o
UDC, but still will be remembered
for years by the 2000 fans at Varsity Stadium .
Tortured with •pain from boils
on his neck, Reid fought throug h
the first three quarters of the gam e
refusing to be slowed by the biting
agony that came with every move .
Jabbing pain in his neck cam e
every time he turned his head, bu t
the stocky . 180-pound fullback continued to fight .
In seven plays he carried the bal l
for UBC until finally in the fourth
quarter he fell in agony to th e
field and coach Don Wilson sen t
him to the showers .
"I could feel it every time I ben t
my head," Reid said .
The respect of UBC fans for th e
stocky player could be felt as h e
left the field alone and dejected .
There was almost a shocked silenc e
a flurry of "ohs" and comments
Coed Wins Male Animal,
Finds Him Housebroke n
Establishment Of
Jewish State
Topic At Meetin g
Critics of the Student ' s Council can s
now level blame at a higher authorit y
than president Dave Brousson .
The brass is Betty Ball ,
Miss Ball won Brousson at th e
Women's Undergraduate Soiet y
cotume hijinks, as reward for bein g;
the best-dressed coed there .
She went as a tough lady cop, complete with billy-stick and a manacle d
The establi s hment of a Jewish stat e
miserable string of chain gang pris- eta the chief means of rejuvenatin g
oners.
Jewish life everywhere, Miss Ben As a prize, which was announce d Grith told the campus I-Ii11e1 grou p
beforehand to he an "animet", sh e v csterlay .
was given Brousson ,
Miss Gen-Brlllt, Pacific reheat orNow, by law, Miss Ball is respons- q;nnlrer for Hillel, was speakine o n
ible for Brousson' :, actions end Brous - behalf of the inter-collegiate Federaon is classified as the chattels of Miss ion of University students .
Ball ,
She stilted that Jewish universit y
Here is how the legal experts fig- ,ludents Should. take more of on ecure it :
tivc interest n the affairs of the rac e
Animals are classified as eithe r
which they helrngeil and in th e
domesticated or undome :.thaied .
Vilna of the society of which the y
Brousson, who is married, ;Ind th e c, naimbersThat , she am!, shniitrl
father of two sons, is obvtou-IV rlole- 'ee the fi!nction of young Antieta m
eticaled .
Jctwry in the flam e
Therefore, his owner is respensihI c
for his actions, if 13routtou commit :
a tort against others .
Pet animals are also classified is t i
special type of chattets, that k . i f
Former LTC Students' Counci l
anybody tries to remove Brous :,n n President Grant Livingstone is exwithout Miss Bull's permission, it i s pected back in Vancouver Friday
.
class ificd ,H a theft teal the ca n
prosecute .
n
hiriagstune, centre of a ster
If Brousson doesn ' t Iich ;rve ns
student finances was UDC re animal should . Miss Ball eau man - presentative at a conference of Inmend him-provirlit i e the SPCA Mie s icrnational Student Service in Tor not uh ,j 't'! .
lest week .
Livingstone Return s
,i
pa l
text
Sprin g
Tenders For Million Dolla r
Erection To Be Called Soo n
Construction of UBC's long-awaited war memorial gymnasium may begin by March 1 .
Starts Toda y
Tenders for the futuristic new UBC gym ,are expecte d
to be called within a few weeks by the provincial departmen t
As USC "Invade" of public works, student President Dave Brousson said Monday .
Before the building can be corn- 0
pleted,
however, planners must find New Syste m
Today is "D Day" for the Unan additional $143,000.
dergraduate Societies CommitPresent funds available for buildtee's clean-up campaign .
ing, Brousson said,total $461,000, colLegion Branc h
The campus is being "invaded" b y lected through student fees, publi c
1 squads of students whose main ob- subscription and support from UBC
jective will be to keep paper an d hoard of governors and the provincial
Plans Weekl y
lunch-bag titterers from indulging i n government.
their favorite outdoor sport .
MAIN GYMNASIUM
First to be constructed will he th e
Offending students "captured" b y
Meet Schedul e
main
gymnasium with two basements,
the squads will be forced to surrende r
and a memorial entrance, but fund s
their AMS cards.
A new system of meetings
The campaign is being conducted are still
• short for this project.
Approximately $611,000 will he for Branch 72, Canadian Le by members of USC, acting in thei r
disciplinary capacity . Legion officials needed to build the first part of th e gion, will be inaugurated on
have been asked to take charge of the gym, Brousson said .
Later, a swimming pool and auxili- Wednesday in Applied Scienc e
clean-up in the area of their hut ,
ary gymnasium will be added .
202 at 12 :30 .
OPERATIONAL AREA S
No further campaign to raise th e The branch will meet four times a
The campus has been divided into needed $143,000 is planned until planoperational areas, each of which wil l ners hear the reply of the provincial month, at noon hours, instead of
be policed by members of one of th e governmest to a request for financia once a month, in the evenings, fo r
l
undergraduate societies . Such places assistance, Brousson said ,
the remainder of the term .
as the parking lots and the library SWIMMING POOL
FULLER DISC VSIO N
lawn will be patrolled .
Change of routine comes as an ef Construction of the swimming poo l
As a result of their campaign USC would take an additional $150,000 ; fort to enable more student . veterllns
officials hope to stir up some prid e Brousson said, and the planned aux- to participate in the activities of the
in their campus' appearance among iliary gym woadi cost as extra $200, - branch and to provide fuller diaot„l ludents, and cut down the activities 000 .
sions of current topics, Legion offical s
of litter-louts.
Total cost will approach one million stated .
Following the last Legion meeting ,
dollars, twice the expenditure origin president Mike Lakes threatened t o
ally planned for.
Despite the shortage of funds, con- resign and close the branch if atDaily Ubyssey Photo By Bob Steine r 'Tween Classe s
struction of the gym will go ahead , tendance did not increase at futur e
.
with planners building it is stages as meetings .
ands are raised .
LEGION CRESTS
The agenda for Wednesday's meet
Bowling alleys and several specia l
gymnasiums will be constructed i n ing wil include presentation of I .eglost
the two basements of the main build- crests to the track team which Won
ing .
the inter-mural cross-country. The
"Are We Giving the Eur- The modersistic new gym will b e team members are Bill Husband, Art
opeans enough financial aid" built on the site chosen some tim e Porter, Andy Thompson, John Ehrenago, University Boulevard and West - holtz and Mike Waldichuk . is the topic of the Universit y brook Crescent .
There will also be a full discussion
Radio Society's student partici- OVERLOOK HOWE SOUND
on the loans and grants subject, propation broadcast to be held in A war memorial lobby will overloo k vided the attendance is sufficient to
the Brock lounge today at 12 :30. Howe Sound and a memorial garden constitute a representative group of
like "there goes the game."
.
The problem will be,discussed by through large plate glass windows, the branch
Reid himself sat unhappily on th e two student speakers and moderate d
bench for a few minutes befor e by Dr . J . A . Crumb of the economic s
going to showers ,
department. Questions and comment s
Shadow Of Approachin g
"I felt I was holding back," h e will be asked for from the audience .
The discussion will be recorded by
told fellow players who crowde d
CJOR
for presentation next Susda y Exams HangsJ'Jeavil y
around him . "I felt I was runnin g
afternoon
.
upright when I should have bee n
Sat,
plunging . I was holding back on Hansard Society will hold genUnsubstantiated Rumor Say s
tackles ."
eral meeting on Wednesday, NovemDecember 2 Is Starting Date
Reid went into the game despit e ber 10th at 12 :30 in Arts 206 .
Professor H . F . Angus, head of th e
The ominous shadow of approaching Christmas examina the warnings of friends . He pass
them off with a laugh and said th e Department of Political Science, Ec- ttions hangs heavily over UBC undergraduates this week .
pain would only make him ru n onomics and Sociology, will address And, like a game of truth and con the meeting ,
faster .
sequences, students are wonderin g
vaguely what they can do to requite LPP Speake r
it .
At this time, the $64 question is,
when will exaninaton sessions be U .S . Dependence
gin ?
Unsubstantiated rumor currentl y
electing the campur claims that exam s
Fate Of Canad a
will begin early—very early— o n
December 2, much to the dismay o f
"The turning of Canada into
Maybe you can't get blood from a stone, but if you ca n
undergraduates .
get water from a Bunsen burner you deeserve a place wit h
A group of statistics I students on a militarized American dependthe basis of data which includes a ancy is a part of the drive o f
the Society of Water Diviners at least .
survey of examination condition s
Recently, a chemistry 300 student, preoccupied wit h
from the present back to 1922, pre- U .S . big business to achieve
dict that December 10 will be th e world mastery," according to
thoughts of more important things, had his Lab mates in a n
opening date . The students clai m Stanley Ryerson, National Or uproar by doing just that .
that their calculations are far mor e
scientific
and authentic than any re - ganization Secretary of th e
It seems that he prepared his equipment, plugged i n
cent
ones
made by Gallup, Roper o r LPP .
the burner hose, lit a match, turned on the (Bunsen an d
Crossley .
got a five-foot column of water in his face . Of the assorted
CRYSTAL BALL ARTIS T
outlets ranged in front of him, he inadvertantly chose th e
A superstitious crystal-ball artis t ADDRESSING STUDENTS
In Physics 200 yesterday, the LP P
claims that December 7 will be th e
one for water hoses .
fatal date . Somehow, because of th e secretary dealt with "Casada and th e
mystic properties of the number 7 , Fight for Peace," asserting the nee d
:he explains, "dire things happen, " for a peoples movement to resist
including Pearl Harbor .
atomic war .
Registrar's office has been nonLESSER OF EVILS
commit'al on the issue . However, a n
Commenting on the American elec .
nffici,tl exam announcement is exLions
he said that the people ha d
pected "later on this week ."
selected the lesser of two evils . Th e
" . . . Republicans have been breakVictoria College students have found that if you want a Five New Playin g
ing the backs of labor" he noted ,
football field you have to dig in and build it yourselves .
while the Democrats could at leas t
Applyint•I action to their words, the y
point back to their New Deal, .
Fields For UB C
lulnee( out lest Friday, three hundred footag e in tile drains .
"We, in B .C . are on the thresh UBC is to have five new playin g
foul fifty strong and put in a solid
School Boar d officials lauded th e
hold
of collapse," he stated, suggestfields
this
Perm
.
day with pick and shovel on then re- weak bee, admitting that the students
ing
that,
the lumber and fishing laThe
fields
are
to
be
built
by
th
e
centlt acquired field by Victoria s efforts had saved the work lade n
dustries
are
lasing their markets.
university
at
a
cost
of
$1
.001111
the
ex
Lausdowse Road .
bo,irrl much time and a "considerabl e
h
ense
io
he
financed
thron
;h
a
he
m
In protesting Gordon Martin's de M•il ., end females . teal e,nting amount" of money ,
from war memnrinl
minim lul u hill meet from the law society h e
Iola lath, it the cnlles tot il cnOwing to Foa l minute Cancellatio n hinds
elided th .~l a rumor has been circulat r„Inrent, ! .iked their nniMFy Vie% of lectures, many suulcnte went t o
, The iuciverait} will ropnv the loa n ed to the effect that a certain practhruut~ii lee) thousand feel of dram- u ;orI, in school clothes, is spite of th e aver ;a period of five eau :, ,
ticing lawyer may be expelled from
eta' dailies durmg the d,iy and fact that the entire project wds un t t
bl'urk is expected to heyin thi s the Society for having similar politi '
u,~un~l ul, h} I :i%ins; the etpiivalert( pWoly vulnnt,ny bos'ua .
tt inter .
rail feelings; ,
'I Could Feel The Pain Every Time I Moved '
Laid Out Twice
No, 28
Aid To Europe
Radsoc Topic
CHEM STUDENT 'DIVINER '
WET FROM BALKY BUNSE N
Vic Students Roll U p
Sleeves ; Dig Gridiron
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THE DAILY UI3YSSEY
rruescl1y November 9, 1948 .
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se.
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In the recent Parliamentary For of the Alma Itr (XiC1y nor of the University .
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"to Uh3'ey had been dis :ussc d
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c.ften in the Lion office, an d
MANAGING E!)lfOIt - - - - VAL SEARS
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Editor
,
I've never heard a DVA student
GENERAL STAFF : News Editor, Bob Cave, Novia Hebert ; Features, Ray Dairies
Jack Wasserman ; Photography Director, Ellanor Hall ; Sports Editor, Chuck Marshall ;
yet who supported it ." ThL exE<lItci This Issue — CHRIS CROMtUE
pression is net repre3cntative o
Asochite Editor — PETE HEPHE R
the Legion executive or memiier s
edito r
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I ni L 'o' .: c mac I,i' . Glucct isn' t
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Asking univer .ity students to sto : littering the campus is like asking the tide t o
stop coming in, but every year the Under graduate Societies Committee goes throug h
the formalities with Canute-like solemnity .
This week his been set aside for the annual "Clean Up Campaign" during whic h
students are asked to lobb their cigarett e
packages into the nearest ashcan .
The traditional requests have been sen t
to the administration to have more rubbish
receptacles placed around the campus fo r
the disposal of Daily Ubysseys and the traditional guartntee received .
Putting a new twist in an old tale th e
USC this year has divided the campus int o
"blocks" each block to he patrolled by a
different faculty . These debris detectives will
Agai n
be empowered to arrest any offenders and tr y
them before the discipline committee wher e
they will he stripped of their AMS passes i f
that it has received a great dea l
of co-operaticn from the editor s
of The Daily Ubyssey, and ha no
complaint to make in respect to
this emaciation's affairs .
Yours Truly ,
Legion Publicity Committee .
found guilty .
While the effectiveness of these measure s
is doubtful their aim is a creditable one .
If the University of British Columbi a
didn't have such a magnificent site in the firs t
place that even old army huts couldn't spoi l
it, there wouldn ' t be much worry about th e
litter of rubbish .
But the UBC campus happens, in its tid y
state, to be one of beauty .
Unfortunately, when the litter louts ar e
through strewing their rubbish about the cam
pus, the beauty is something to be hunte d
rather than appreciated .
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EOIL :T :CAL ANALYSIS
Dear Sir :
This letter i.s prompted by th e
thought that your ether readers
might he 'interested in an item
which I culled from yesterday' s
edition of the Christian Scienc e
Monitor . It appeared in the syndicated column, "Hanging out ou r
Washington," written by the distinguihed news analyst, amateu r
meteorologist, and part-time pin boy, Elmer Gluepci', It reads i n
part as follows :
"One does nct have to study th e
voting ,tathtics in order to analyse
the recent election . A brief loo k
at the recerds of the weather ccnditiots before and after Novembe r
2, will give one a complete an d
honest picture of what happene d
and why . Herewith, allow me t o
present this meteorologist's-ey e
view of the election .
"For months preceeding November 2, a Republican high pressur e
area had been lying all over th e
U .S.A . Not resting, mark you, bu t
lying s'eadiI' and consistently a s
if it were to be permanePt . Thi s
led the Republican party to prediet that the weather in Washington follving the e1ection woul d
be dewy, Seth, and eubject t o
chcnge . "
"Iiovcver, in Octc her, a Mir e
oenslhly sot, burs t
forth bruising w i th it mu ho t
air and blevring . The result wa s
that the Republican high pleasur e
area \V5 blcwn up in Vermcn t
where it belonged, the Missour i
run d :SI)l000Cl the dewy atmosphre fl Whingtcn . mid the R'-i'he'a wore snowed unite i e
TCxa' . "
"All h .'uu' prood 0V2' 'ann lo t
roe . [hen lichee Me vote t ee s
( .r-rfl ,-i I l':ne',',' tbat ¶h'' Re1i'hi Cal' had I( t the ceoti ii . Th e
V ctIe': foresee for November 3
'.'a .s : tIi' oci n predicted hi t
vV'auhlztcn '.'i1l not be foi'thcc n I ng . . , .
GENERAL BUSINESS MEETING O F
United Nations Club . All memb e r s
moot. in Arts 100 at 12 :30 Toes., Niel .
9, Film will be shown first folov'ec l
by general business cliscusscn ,
been going amend with re are mc retcr f( r yer r3, end he know s
wliL h 'aty the win? is blowing .
113it mere than can be raid , fci'
met'. nc wsa- e' columnirts an d
pcJtki .Lar .
Yours truly ,
Rupert Rtiddcl l
THE RED DEA N
Dear Sir :
I acte in the columns of you r
daily that several political groups
cci the campus, including the CC? ,
the Communist-line Social Prob .
'emit Club, and I presume th e
LPP are indulging in a mad scramble to sponsor an address by th e
Rev . Hewlett Johnson, Dean o f
Canterbury . This will inform the m
that they are wasting their tim e
because several weeks ago the United Nations Club decided to invite him to the university and i t
may be assumed that if he speak s
on the campus at all, it will be
under UN soponsorship. Most c f
the preliminary arrangements are,
in fact, completed.
It '.',oulcl be a tragic mistake t o
allow a partisan group to try an d
make political capital cut of Dea n
Johnson's visit . He is one of those
rAre world personalities—a practicing Christian who has professed
a sympathetic understanding (fall .
big far short of full endorsemen t
however) of Soviet Russia . These.
charactcris'tic'3 make him uniquel y
capable of delivering a vital me
s age to Canadians which migh t
well be a step towards satisfactor y
world understanding, It is import ant, therefore, that in developing
this message he is associated wit h
a non-partisan organization whic h
will not solve to prejudice his re mains in any respect . The organization which eminently fills thi s
requirement is the UBC United
Nations Club .
The sponsorship of Dean Johnron is consistent with the polic y
c Cie United Nations Club. To
those narrow-minded bigots h o
wil charge that sponsorship of th e
so-called "lied Dean" is prim a
lade evidence of left wing sympathies, it would be well to point
out the basic difference betwee n
Pr :- :nut :ig peaceful and honorabl e
ei .:eme :t between conflicting ide C '(l'r : :, These equally narrow n'::(i(,cI I Stets eho blend u s
"tight-wing" for sponsoring Dea n
Cc : II t''aonn during UN Week a t
l]flC any well t : :Ie note of t o
SL :mC thought .
Don Lanskail ,
President ,
United Nations Club .
e on : , olli'
n. l
I( ;I
Humane Society, National Society for the
Abolition of Cruel Sports, and League agains t
Cruel Sports .
National Society for Abolition of Crue l
S1)O1, supported by League Against Crue l
Sports, has drafted a bill it hopes to get be into parliament to make any person takin g
part in hunting or coursing liable to a $10 0
fine o: imprisonment up to three months ,
have blood thirsty nursery rhymes free d
murderer, surpised in act of snicking off las t
of "examples of primitive savagery" to whic h
shred holding victims head to shoulders, wil l
innocent children should not be exposed .
JACK-KILLING GIANT
escape old-fashioned rope by producing cop y
Sensing growing popular belief that al l
evils of world can be cured by magic legislation, and no longer fearing old fashione d
burst of laughter from adult population, Hu -
FP!VfLE(ED AND WEALTH Y
(Slants Tommy throwing pussy down well ,
four and twenty blackbirds baked in pie ,
bers of pai-liainent . Labor members, apparent-
farmer's wife cutting off tails of three blin d
mice, Tom, Tom, Piper's son stealing pigs ,
l y regarding hunting as sport of privilege d
and wealthy, 1 :•1y.' Mite opportunity to sho w
filthy land c",1 r',' wilt t frt . 1,y demonstratin g
and unfortunate demise of poor cock robin .
Lowlife Uncle, noting growing tendency t o
regard ancient folklore as immoral, danger- .
Slat IrH .
(015, suggestive and antisocial, i : even mor e
c'nflrrned in vies ;" of T()\i 1l l :p Trail( r 'Lhor)r, '
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1' u ; :' :t iiirhen in for m
f hH'' ln :d'[ ti ' ti'v t}ot ,
me z e e te lei deprive d
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1 y Wil l
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bewle y
to climb on "it-wasn't-my-fault-I-was-victim -
mane Education people insist kiddies shoul d
no longer be allowed to sing of Jack Killin g
he pledged support of 405 of the 640 mem-
Ies
other hand, is currently bad g ering Britis h
Education Minister in frantic attempt t o
l'vcn the me who looked on at such sport s
\V( ;tl CI be 1011)10 to I)LlfliShmCllt ,
P1'OtflOtC'I'S of the bill assert they hav e
Dear Sir :
What on earth is the matter with
UBC women ?
It would almost appear gentle men that the fair sex don't lik e
our headgear . Such slander as op .
peared in Friday's paper must h e
attacked and the lie given to th e
theory that women like only in n
who don't wear hats. '
In our humble opinion it seem s
that the table quoted should have
read, ,'either will do 99.9% ." Who ever hoard of a woman turning
down a man because he wears a
hat . The computation of this tabl e
must have taken all of five minutes
to finish as both of the women I
know don't give a continental.
In view of the recent America n
elections it seems fairly certai n
that the women's section of thi s
paper has committed the unpardonable sin cf the statistician an d
have made the wrong prediction .
Uncle Bewley of Children's hou r
fame wears a hat and his hair i s
neither missing nor queer. Perhaps
this is to protect his estimable persrnage from the mud that is oceasionally thrown his way, bu t
that crushed Stetson reposin g
jauntily on his head dissipates
much of the gloom that often permeates various sections of ou r
university .
Every day it rains there is, I
must admit an outbreak of decrepi t
rainwear (even red porkpies and
squashed Stetsons) . No man especially a UB'O man wants to be th e
hardy outdoors type who cavort s
about hatles and in imminen t
danger of Pneumonia . These eccentricities are merely a manifestation of the will to survive .
Just a little over a week ago th e
girl's fashion editor told the girl s
that they were not at all in styl e
with their long (too long) skirts
and sadde shoes but nary a nia n
raised a word about it . Why the n
pick on the poor men who don' t
,ivc [I damn about fahion, and tel l
them that their headgear doesh' t
ar,ree w ell the women's taste i n
the matte :' ,
In short girls : Shcrten your skirt s
wear decent shoes and then com e
'i'cuncl and talk to us .
Bob Stephens,
Comm . 3
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cept Stevenson's . Plearo phone F A
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HM-1 at 12 :30 .
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contacting Harry, Cdar 6940 .
Wanted To Bu y
The hildren's Hour
A. P0I hand at saying "no'', your ol d
lowlife Uncle last summer permitted himsel f
to be dragooned into working as a gratuitou s
laborer in the vineyard of the Canadian Institute of International Affaire ,
Institute PCOPl(, t1) doubt iI)resecl b y
dogged, capable manner in which poor gratuitou 101)O1'Ci pei'Ioi'nccl menial tasks as- '
3ign( :cl tL) NUll . 11i( :o1CcteCli\' paid off wit h
i'ewai'cl. in sli)c (if in :omgrt . hen . ible boo k
by hj ;t)1'Li1 AilL)I(l IOVUI)CC ,
Poo
lb()i-e1',
tlunbii
wkv,'iid y
through lllIOjd' : S l)fl)l, with (LllIOUeCt lJU1 l
and reading big words out loud, v.-s fascinated to find that repetitive cycles of huni i
history are ucally ox-curt wheelie Tlumeind y
is ox-cart itself, tiding' on top of wheels .
Vv heel (human histw'v ) may revolve in scorningly useless circle, but ox-cn
( h tnnn il\ )
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i'diin Above is PrP'l('! !
s r'e :uli ,
T%V(Y-HFiEi
Pt it" id .]
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Lowlife Un(' n
I kni , i f
' loyn)c '
clung OI way to fci '
'II : n' '
drivel ' i' tWO-h efiii l
i 0 'Lr"H ' ' t
And lox
't'
R'h
Emir Lditcr :
\!h, 1nt tee I of ;i "Moo' s
Page" onc a wccot ?
Surely the (n ih e
metres would li!e as ranch publicity as the sororities arc no w
setting .
A noted editor once said tha t
the best way to keel) a paper pop pier is to include as many name s
as possible .
If this is true, the Uhysso y
should he a very popular sheet—
with She sororities .
Yours truly,
Ma n
C 1'.y by-night nc' s
T :z Sic contrite, he Ii u
The rublicity committee of' the
Legion desires to make it Metter
Here
MEN'S PAG E
CA-society" school, wonders when next razo r
01 Amazing Stories digested at age ten .
Lowlife Uncle ci J L'cyz other die-bards
will still be protesting that any()ae\vho hasn' t
icn'ned new idea since age of ten deserve s
barbarous rope, anyway .
CHILDHOOD MELOD Y
And lowlife, calloused, die-hard Uncle ,
trying to match up Humane Education Societies of world with Toynbee Trailer Theory ,
can only end by rocking in forgotten corne r
and crooning old childhood melody whic h
hor .
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TueacIay, November 9, 1,03 .
THE DAIJ,Y UBYSSEY
Page 3
Lang Awaited Gym Soon A Reality
GLASS-FRONTED G~' ,'IINASItUM soon to be built on UB C
campus at Westbrook Crescent and University Boulevard wil l
accommodate 6000 persons in main hall . Planners hope to begi n
canstruction of the $600,000 building by March 1, tenders ar e
expected to be called this winter . Funds are still short by
$143,000, however, and must be raised before central part
,ae a
of gym can be finished . Swat-dining heel
take an additional
.;105,000 .
rho^!n on left wil l
Memorial window will look ou t
over gardens and new playing field . ;.
Fire Hoses
III Types , . al(e Player s
Ckb fast Cosmopolita n
Class Rivalry
Develops Into
Free-For-All
Toronto
It fakes all types to maL o
lay,
;t
(CUP)—An
Players' Club c :i Cog d 10 J O
'
estimated $15 0
The cost of the "Dvil
allege at the University of Toront o
recent:iy, as a result of friendly rivalr y
fl it
.netonl v,:Webstr,"ilmc' .t ; l
a Chilean, an English immigrant,
between freshmen and Sophomor e
classes ,
en!
alto have spent tome ;gars in Chinc .
Tino Connie . '. lii t cf c' :>c
end ceilings when Sophomores at -
net
Dale(
tempted to break up a Freshma n
iusrc •
Gould, :quire (lance ed .-
fl II
meeting with fire he's-es .
the Physlc :el Et'.ucetic n
lc ;lei 1 acid, LCIA to the Ccrmopolita n
from the second floor cf the colleg e
the fight wcunl up i..l the basemen t
.cot . The re le of D .i : :i .l \VC' ; t s „
.
,dyed I .y a student who in also
where the' floor was covered to
tuslland and father .
a
depia of four inche i
.
badly mutilated 16asement door an d
0 '11.
' I
rt ahcu• cl' ye .vs , .l India and C'a :n
t' ,,h the In,cllrg .ucc
two Seidl invaders who left rathe r
hurriedly sans trousers ,
_neeen_
_
Opening Night For
Plays Changed
r oll 11 n
'cirrr',ll'c
16 • h_ tie i se t
T'!,, c : '
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hi co
Cnlis
He
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ha' e .rendv
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til d e liietl a 11 '.tether cf :i' )l t skeet .
u :d is at plc rent working c n a fu' I
cnglh noel .
I;
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For Cup Debates
Symphony Concert
Feahures Popula r
orbs On Frida y
A programme of well-know '
and popular works will featur e
the concert by the Vancouve r
Symphony Orchestra in the ArmCries on Friday, November 12 ,
a ir 3 : 30 p.m.
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uc1 rn e CI i
tf
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Forum Prepare s
c"
a
l^'ilh tI .nuts or the ttoon which v .11 1
tic with the Universities of Alheri n
;d u' ;lca t chcwel slated 11Tcn (10 , the FOI'U 11 is sechin i., new talen t
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Stu Chi :rnb^rC, Bela ICeenr,n tu r d Bo n
MtCc nno'l 1111
.ciinb' e
TRYOUTS ^IONI)A V
:': r e s t
trv„ II l is I'.el l
n ti c
b'r cl :0011lce seem . Brock Hull .
I' n m 2 . I to
se 1 . .:r, A' tirants c°. n
'left,
eeC101 on any (110 c . f
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Call for potential McGou n
Cup debators is being made b y
the Parliamentary Forum .
1
Resolved that ;
Chine-he, ,nupom ng I)
folicw I 1 . r,
(hove (if C'hrit should be unified .
2 . The lL .
. f i,nr; i0 l
7'lcrl
l ck ,
',there should be enacted a Canndi-
hrc'lude to the V .
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an bill of ri g hts ,
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...No
eft-Aug (I N
pRfjucKA E
Smoking ?
Gonzaqa Enforc e
to ly r e n Ina .
r nod one clo g ,
pt
C :u')
a
JI lot
Casue1t :e, cf the battle included a
S
a
tuc;ent born in Alaska and two other s
Most damage was inflicted on wall s
As.
fall €--
IIOVO fowl ; .
to $200 damage was done to Vittori a
New Talent Neede d
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No Smoking Law s
crtcrd :
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U!Iit,ersity in Spokane are restricting smoking on the university's campus ,
;~I :b L °chin 's fo r
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evival
East
Europ e
the UB C
Film Society .
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the Film Soo ety atreec i
kriprcsses
Traveller s
to transfer its boaking fit in Noveml :c : 13 to November 16 ,
As a re-olk studcni nights for th e
Fall Plays will be November 17 an d
13, with
Plcten:I
I0 and 21 hiein g
e I• . :, 11: bin Denton and Di il t
: . •,
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old Al i en lod
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peel of the 4 7
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(egoism
to t h e EVerld Federato : 1
1'7 0, I•OtIC Yetulr
The detach -
ti ) of Sc :Vt si . ''Ceil 1
b :cn e l ected to membership i n
Pi, honorar y
c unh nest ; uncl r(i,rrescat -
women's
C URTAI N
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!r..,, : ;~rl the term curtu n
1 ind s ay, Me.rguret Low-Beer, Nor a
pet;
MacDermc,t, "sTarr;cry Montgomery ,
hate
hen
e.ctive in studen t
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Knights of the I :c^n :1 tol l
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this will 111001. `' . . . n
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<reekirIor
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THE DAILY UBYSSEY
Page 4
Behin d
Th e
Touchlin e
'Revenge
Pioneers
Lack Of Player s
Meanwhile the second divisio n
squads are suffering also, mainl y
from lack of players . At the beginning of the year close to a hundre d
hopefuls turned out, but thei r
numbers have been slowly dwindling since then .
The Soph crew is fairly well of f
but the two frosh teams are havin g
a sad time of it, The Wedneda y
practices have a very poor attendance . This is a very bad sig n
as many of the future Varsity an d
UBC players will have • to be
picked from these junior teams .
Aside from these items, rugb y
has a sparkling series of futur e
games ahead of it . Plans hav e
been made to play a return matc h
with California next year . Also o n
the agenda is a game agains t
Stanford .
There are also rumors of a con test with University of Washing ton, but no definite tatement ha s
been made as yet .
Bermuda Boun d
Rugby officials are working ove r
time to swing the much talke d
about trip to Bermuda , At th e
present moment no one seems t o
know how their negotiations ar e
going, but there is a fairly good
possibility that the trip will tak e
place .
Well it seems that the old pre war Rugby Club is being revive s :
The club which has been dorman t
for several years should prove o f
great help in explaining the theor y
of rugby to the player by mean s
of "chalk talks ." All those interested should get out to th e
meetings and find out all abou t
the game they're playing .
Next month, rugby will tak e
over where football left off, as a
major sport on the campus . Al l
players should realize this, and
how that they realize it by getting out to all the practices an d
supporting their teams in any tan g
they can . Not enough people cal l
see that rugby is an up and comin g;
sport on the west coast, and th e
sooner they wake up to the fac t
the better .
Once again U'BC football fans
were reminded that sheer gut s
alone does not add up agains t
star-studded lineups, smart offensive plays, and apparently
unlimited reserves as they sa w
crushing 34-0 defeat last Satthe hapless 'Birds go down to a
urday.
Lead by the rocketde drives o f
liille Harold Ellmers and the rower house attacks of fullback Stan Blair ,
the league leading Lewis and Clark
Pioneers featured a vicious cffens e
which went through for big gains o n
;; 1' iii : . To add to thei r
I nearly ever
power, the I0',vi .; and Clark tea m
taking, unlimit e d edventege of th e
substitut 'ien :mbar . threw in a ne w
line for d, It n•r when they lost th e
ball .
1
Paste
As
'Birds ;
Amazin g
Drop Close til t
With Nuthous e
UBC Thunderettes amazed
crowds last Friday wheen the y
came close to beating the powerful Nuthouse squad .
erto powerful passing attack, brok e
clown under a driving rain and th e
lightening interceptions of the Pioneer backs,
There were occasional bright spot s
in UBC's defense plays, but these
were mostly on the initiative of individual players whose fight brough t
praise from opposition and fans .
COFFIN-CORNE R
UBC Hoop Squad s
Drop Weekend Tilts
Chiefs Run Game Into Overtim e
Swenson . And Fraser Starr y
Twin defeats were the fate of Senior A hoopsters over th e
weekdne as both the Chiefs and the Brays dropped clos e
decisions .
On Friday night in New Westmisster, the scrappy Chiefs after trailin g
for a good part of the evening force d
the Luckies into overtime before
go-
ing down 58-51 .
SHORT EN D
'The Braves, en the other linnet, 111 1
tut nv rc re ,' n is I,eLtt deficit . a t
l' tl~ ' to Ted 1'II'ntt' . ; Acted',; I n
wind ti p on the them end id a -12-31 ;
crutnt in Saturday's matc h
Varsity Soccerme n
Whip South Hil l
In Torrid Match
In the Chiefs-Luckies affair, th e
students came from behind in the fin al quarter to take a :hurt-lived 41-36
rnaugls ,
Build r .
!,no ; t,'crvaire
IH
my
-co b e
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l i'icct h g
Pl,l :
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,[e -tat
Paced by a pair of hustlin g
newcomers, Varsity trounce d
South Hill 7-2 Saturday, fo r
the most convincing score of th e
V and D soccer league season .
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1 1. 2
Buckles
...
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'd brine . and made an ,ntspiciou s
Stn Todd also collected a pair, an d
Dint Cleig ruundecl out the Vursit y
) . il . The whole team was in to p
„rm ,mil tinned in probably the bes t
L ; rfi :rnt,utcc cf the year, althoug h
Il inus the service of regulars Howi e
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every time they came clown the field .
Os Saturday might the Braves afte r
Oarsmen are to turn out for pracNearly all the Varsity goals Caine a s
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tice at 11,30 am . on Thursday, Arma result of two and three cornere d
slrlgerl n tremendou .e rally and all bu t
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Disci by thin Swenson ;md Bill
In out intermediate game on Sunda y
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minute'
when in an attempt to ti e
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seta' down 42-36 .
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BREAKAWA Y
Todd gave Varsity a 2-0 lead in th e
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EASTERN COLLEGIAT E
first half, scoring from a corner an d
Toronto Varsity 4—Queens 0
epain from a breakaway. In the los t
OVEl1'IL%lE PERIO D
Western 34—McGill 9
half, Dobson and Renton each score d
In the first extra ses ten the tw o
twice, and Don Gleig headed in a
PACIFIC NORTHWEST
clubs fought it out to a 48 all dra w
neat
center by Mutrdo McLeod, fro m
Eastern Washington 60—St . Marli n ' s 7 iu,l in the second overture period ,
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wing .
CPS 6—Central Washington 0
tl,e Brewery men broke ewes' for 11 1
Pacific Lutheran 19—Whitworth 1 3 quick points lo the Chief 3 to wra p
The forwards were playinng a smar t
tip the contest 58-51 .
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Bud Dobson and Don Renton cam e
t,hr over the inside spots on the for -
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Hugh McArthur 's pin-point kickin g
into the coffin-coner was the starriest
performance the 'Birds could muster .
Despite the one-sided score, th e
'Birds did not fall completely apart .
The last minutes of the last quarte r
saw them driving hard on a coupl e
of successful aerial plays down to th e
Pioneers' 6-lard line . They lost th e
ball on another of the many intercepted passes .
Next week's game against Linfiel d
College will be an important one fo r
the injury-ridden UBC team . Boasting at least one tie to their credit, a
win over Linfield will keep them ou t
of the cellar position in the Conference .
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Editor This Issue — DOUG MURRAY-ALLA N
those interested in reviving the Rug by Club on Tuesday at 12 :30 in ICE 12 .
LOSS OF IIEI D
SPORTS EDITOR - -CHUCK MARSHAL L
RUGBY MEETING
There will be a meeting for all
Thunderetfe s
SWITCHOVER from goal-tending to defense will be the lot it is only fair to comment on the dis of iceman (Bob Saunders this year when the Senior B hockey advantage to the 'Birds in the loss o f
season gets underway for the Thunderbirds Wednesday n ight',Dough? flied during the game . Eve n
in the Forum . A two time Big Block winner, the 24-year-old ' when he was in, his painful injurie s
his drive as UBC's star bal l
Saunders will team up with Terry Nelford to form the 'Birds lessened
carrier .
first string defence set-up•
The 'Birds one big hope, their hith-
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GRID SCORE S
Sweet'
By RAY BAINES
By DOUG MURRAY-ALLA N
The football season is comin g
to a close and sport fans are be moaning the losses of the unluck y
Thunderbirds, Most of them, sun k
deep in their misery, are over looking the amazing series of win s
the Senior Varsity rugby squa d
has chalked up this year.
The team has come out on to p
at the end of the first' half of th e
Miller Cup series with five win s
behind them, and last Friday the y
chalked up their first win of th e
second half by subjecting the UB C
squad to a 19-0 defeat.
The victories of the V a r s i t y
squad are offset by the equa l
number of losses of the UBC team ,
however . It is unfortunate that A l
Laithwaite must sacrifice his second team in order to preserve th e
unblemished record of the Varsity .
After Christmas Mr . Laithwait e
promises to have two winnin g
teams, but Christmas is still quit e
a few games (and losses) away .
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The Nuthouse team, runners up t o
the Canadian Championship last yea r
are in the senior A league, while th e
Thunderettes are a notch below i n
senicr B . This is a significant thin g
in that Nuthouse won with only a
four point margin .
Thunderettes held their own fo r
the first two periods, and at hal f
time the score was tied 13-13 . How ever, the Nuthouse squad managed t o
pull away in the third quarter wit h
a five point lead , The Thunderettes
came back again to tie it up a fe w
minutes before the closing whistle ,
but they were unable to hold thei r
opponents down . Final score was
41-37.
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