University of Alberta - Evergreen and Gold Yearbook (Edmonton, Alberta Canada)

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D'H., O.I.P. 1875-1945 Professor of Modern Languages, 1909-1936 Dean of Faculty of Arts and Science President of the University, 1936-1941 "Between two worlds life hovers like a star 'lwixt night and morn, upon tlwe lmorizorfs vergef, Contents ADMINISTRATION CAMPUS BUILDINGS PROFESSORS STUDENT GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS .Ur ,N Q ,f im I -x wh l-m'v"' qqqs 5 x Q E WM W M2 W ,f aj Lyluybffklf-jf!jN,vjJJf3"AZ W ,jfi WMM Jw p ,afiefbf Jfcwjjiiffjwf W Viififigpwffffwffww ?"yfff7f5W'6jvQf k Mwwfmiiwwjjnwy Mfjigffiffw MWKMJWKMW '65 Myfdfwgffi Kwffwp W 5 691 'no -rs OF ce 2 Q eouidghcnhv , . ,lqllllff 't 4g,,,J3l1 ar- V Evmz QREI5 M0 till? . ' v - 5 A 0' 1 I ' X ' I W , I Q V ' , pw-P I ' w 0"6'W"""' - J ' V ' l J. W A A WM - '.' if - A X . 2 ' ' U M af' J- cow-t 'X ' I ' . I . ,X I ' U Y . Y ' g ROBERT NEWTON, M.C., B.S.A., M.Sc., Pl1.D., D.Sc., F.R.S.C President of the University of Alberta r .3 V gg. '., , ! UH 4 . 3f4.' -s- . R- 2 'rf . 5 I v-A , 1, ,1 - n .fgfffrfwf 1 ZW' ,N Governing Body ol theblniversity ol Alberta THE HONORABLE MR. JUSTICE FRANK FORD THE HONORABLE MR. JUSTICE PARLEE ROBERT NEWTON Chancellor Chairman Board of Governors President Visitor The Honorable J. C. Bowen, LL.D., Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta. Chancellor The Honorable Mr. Justice Frank Ford, B.C.l.., D.C.L., Chancellor of the University Board ol Governors I' The Honorable Mr. Justice H. H. Parlee, K.C., B.A., B.C.L., Chairman. Robert Newton, M.C., B.S.A., M.Sc., Ph.D., D.Sc., F.R.S.C., President of the University G. F. McNally, M.A., L.L.D., Deputy Minister of Education. J. F. Percival, Esq., Deputy Provincial Treasurer. The Honorable Mr. Justice Macdonald, K.C., B.A., L.L.B., M.L.A., President ofthe Alumni Association W. H. Swift, B.A., M.A., M.Ed., Ph.D., Vice-President of the Alumni Association R. A. Brown, B.Sc. The Honorable Lucien Dubuc. A. Farmilo, Esq. Mrs. S. M. Gunn Rev. F. S. McCall, B.A., D.D. G. D. Stanley, M.B., F.l.C.A. A. West, Bursar, Secretary of the Board. The Senate The Honorable Mr. Justice Franlc Ford, B.C.L., D.C.L., Chancellor Robert Newton, M.C., B.S.A., M.Sc., Ph.D., D.Sc., F.R.S.C., President The Honorable Mr. Justice Parlee, K.C., B.A., B.C.L., Chairman ofthe Board of Governors Rev. A. D. Miller, M.A., B.D., D.D. Bro. Ansbert, F.S.C., M.A. Rt. Rev. W. F. Barfoot, M.A., D.D. H. C. Newland, B.A., l..l..B., M.A., B.Ed., Ph.D. J. Fowler, B.A., B.Sc. 4 Rev. J. H. Garden, B.A., B.D. The Honorable Mr. Justice Macdonald, K.C., B.A., l..L.B., M.L.A. W. H. Swift, B.A., M.A., M.Ed., Ph.D. R. S. L. Wilson, B.Sc. J. Macdonald, M.A., D.l.tt. D. Cameron, M.Sc. A. E. Harper Pugr' l"Lflt'en ARTS BUILDING AD. 1915 Page Sixlee Administration mn G. B. TAYLOR A. E. OTTEWELL A. WEST Assistant Registrar Registrar Bursar - X nQf??"T'Tl'+-'-14' fm rf if ff! 3: I 7fpf1f5,f W K I: X ' ,, iw QM' . i W' fi,1fs,f2 -:iff H' 'W i iv, iii' 'iii 3Qg, ' '62 1' J. M. MacEACHRAN C- L- KING provost Executive Assistant to the President Page Seventeen ..-NQF. 4- cf? j-Q15 ,af ,Q ' ,- , ,,' 1 , I 0 , , a ' "sl im .' ' CLASSICS AND HISTORY D. G. EMBREE, R. W. COLLINS, W. G. HARDY, W. H. JOHNS ' ' W'-'-,:'sf" 'W' H 'ff'--fa -W f - 1 .. " is llf - N , . ,O 4' . ' ' ' ' in ' . f f ', - fs... .L-..-...1':.i . . et W, rw V' AQ: 'sz i DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICS W. G. HARDY, M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Classics W. H. JOHNS, B.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Classics DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY G. M. SMITH, M.C., B.A., M.A. Professor of History, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science M. H. LONG, B.A., M.A. Professor of History R. W. COLLINS, M.A., B.D., Ph.D., F.R.Hisl.S. Associate Professor of History L. G. THOMAS, M.A. Lecturer in History D. G. EMBREE, B.A. Lecturer in History R. K. GORDON Acting Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH R. K. GORDON, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor ofEnglisl1, Acting Dean ofthe Faculty of Arts and Science F. M. SALTER, B.A., M.A. Associate Professor of English J. T. JONES, M.A., B.A. Associate Professor of English C. R. TRACY, B.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of English M. W. WINSPEAR, M.A., Ph.D. Lecturer in English Standing: F. M. SALTER, C. R. TRACY Sitting: MISS M. WINSPEAR, R. K. GORDON Pngi' Eifglilwii ,TE V 0 ,W - ,ff Pifici ffl 'UO ,, , if 1 - , ff. ,- V, wk, 4' A i , ff h '-,", A 4, - I ,- A A Y A Y,-, Qui-l f ff? '1,i"J,j.'i-,W fi ' 7- .5-1546 n ' if -'f QVC f ,f 'if' ' fifg3,'g ukli.-iII,V -,Njv,l,, ,,... L 1, Qjdlv, U ,fL,Y ,XY5,,1 LQx9fA,i , Li-Q Z.. 'I r ' I ' e ' ffl.. ,,.H'l I . I s ffl' fire , , DEPARTMENT OF MODERN LANGUAGES E. SONET, M.A., Docteur d'Universite Professor of Modern Languages F. OWEN, M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Modern Languages BROTHER ANSBERT, B.A., M.A. Lecturer in Spanish E. MUELLER, M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Modern Languages 'D. M. HEALY, B.A., Dip. d'et. Sup., L.-es-L. Assistant Professor of Romance Languages 'E. J. H. GREENE, M.A. Lecturer in French M. H. FAUNT, B.A. Sessional lnstructor in French I. M. WERRY, B.A. Sessional Instructor in French DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND PSYCHOLOGY J. M. Mar:EACHRAN, M.A., Ph.D., L.L.D. Professor of Philosophy J. MACDONALD, M.A., D.Litt. Professor of Social Psychology and Social Philosophy 'DOUGLAS SMITH, M.A., Ph.D. Lecturer in Psychology PHILOSOPHY AND MODERN LANGUAGES Standing: E. SONET, E. MUELLER, BROTHER ANSBERT, F. OWEN J. M. MacEACHRAN, J. MACDONALD. Sitting: MRS. I. M. WERRY, MISS M. H. FAUNT. ,,A.. ffci, ,. ,- v- V Q., 'v . ,, 'CST I f ficluj ,ff Jil' ' J . .fK.f,L i. fff' W1 figf' ff s si -i 'Nfl .4 -f-as-i . ve, c , ,, , f. V fry! f 2 f f, , !-,,g ,f 3, . A, . . , f,H. -Afi xlj ,lil ifj.xffTgfgj.,:Qfl,,,.j cg f-1-Qf 5f,1:.g,J fi ..i 5-,,.Sgg,l DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL ECONOMY POLITICAL ECONOMY AND ACCOUNTING Standing: A. J. HAMILTON, C. L. KING, W. G. SKINNER Sitting: F. G. WINSPEAR, G. A. ELLIOTT, H. W. HEWETSON S ffl.. -jlfxfgr 1, 'ffw,3ZJ-- -,ic - I fit- ,311 I 71 : ,. - i f-4 ,tiff ET' ff- ' 1 - - H ' f47, S+f.,,fl,f' -L! Q-VCA' -A ' . 'V i - asa' ivgifgdf, -- -M. , ,, f ,f,.fZlr.f" 'lf' cfggl 1-se s.. ..t.1fs1P'E':' Y M Y Y Y D. E. CAMERON,M.A. Librarian THE LIBRARY The library of the University of Alberta is composed of six departments, namely, the Arts Library, the Agriculture Library, the Chemistry Library, the Education Library, the Medical Library and the Mining Reading Room. All together these sections boast a collection of over 80,000 volumes, over which many a weary student has sweatzd his lonely hours. G. A. ELLIOTT, M.A. Professor of Political Economy A. STEWART, B.S.A., M.A. Associate Professor of Economics and Agricultural Economics H. W. HE WETSON, B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Political Economy I DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING F. G. WINSPEAR, C.A. Professor of Accounting C. L. KING, B.Com., C.A. lnstructor in Accounting W. G. SKINNER, C.A. Sessional Instructor in Accounting A. J. HAMILTON, C.A., B.Sc., B.Com. Sessional Instructor in Accounting 'On Active Service Y, Page Nineteen 'J ,ts 1 in . . ..,-L:+,-e,,g'-cg-?--135.51.1."f'l .-g 'f-...yr-.:Q,fv,,., ..'i': ., .,-X, ' ' X . .-.33 if-.-.i q 5'g--,.f.',i.,- '. V -,Q -, JH' - ff., I ' . X Nb: x FACULTY OF LAW M. M. MacINTYRE, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., S.J.D. Professor of Law, Dean ofthe Faculty of Law THE HONORABLE MR. JUSTICE FRANK FORD, B.C.L., D.C.L I'lonora ry Professor of Law G. H. STEER, K.C., M.A. Professor ol Law, Acting Dean of Law R. MARTLAND, K.C., B.A., LL.B., B.C.L. Sessional lnstructor L. Y. CAIRNS, K.c., a.A. Sessional lnstructor H. A. DYDE, B.A., B.C.L. Sessional lnstructor W. G. AUXIER, B.A., LL.B. Sessional lnstructor C.W. CLEMENT, K.C., B.A., LL.B. Sessional lnstructor E. W. S. KANE, B.A., LL.B., K.C. Sessional lnstructor A. T. McLEAN, B.A., LL.B. Sessional lnstructor F. J. NEWSON, B.A., LL.B. Sessional lnstructor LAW A. SMITH, B.A., Li..s. Standing: A. T. McLEAN, A. SMITH, F. J. NEWSON, C. W. CLEMENT, W. G. AUXIER Sitting: L. Y. CAIRNS, G. H. STEER, R. MARTLAND, E. W. S. KANE Sessional lnstructor 1 3:-yfgfywfti - 'tal ' ' 7 ' iff-if. '-TQ, f-"9'i-'7fi,"gs:- " ' 'if ff" -:ry ' 5 'L - . I ' Yi, ff' ' "".A"'- 7410 A A 2 -.5SI ': '4 A ' brig ' .- ' ,gli I .ii i J K .' - 4 , 4-'-gin. X f,:.- I ' eff ff' 'jx' .-'L - ,wif "':,ffjQl?:. q-ii'- . sf ffff A f it -2 f f ar. ... I A ,",,,' ,Q 'Q ,- A . . . 4"-49. M - 4 359' :QW 1 84 DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY AND PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY A. W. MATTHEWS, M.Sc., PIi.D. Professor ol Pharma:y and Director ofthe School of Pharmacy M. J. HUSTON, M.Sc., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Pharmacy M. R. WANNOP, B.Sc., M.T. CC.S.L.T.5 Sessional Instructor in Pharmacy DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY J. A. ALLAN, M.Sc., Ph.D., F.R.S.C. Professor of Geology P. S. WARREN, B.A., A.R.C.S., Ph.D., F.R.S.C. Professor ol Geology R. L. RUTHERFORD, M.Sc., Ph.D., F.R.S.C. Associate Professor of Geology K I Page Twcnl y I' GEOLOGY AND PHARMACY Standing: A. W. MATTHEWS, P. S. WARREN, R. L. RUTHERFORD. Sitting: M. J. HUSTON, MISS M. R. WANNOP, J. A. ALLAN. I I DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS E. W. SHELDON, M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics J. W. CAMPBELL, M.A., Ph.D., F.R.S.C. Professor of Mathematics A. J. COOK, B.Sc., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Mathematics E. S. KEEPING, B.Sc., D.I.C. Associate Professor of Mathematics M. WYMAN, B.Sc., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Mathematics G. B. TAYLOR Lecturer in Mathematics L v PHYSICS Standing: H. R. MILLEY, D. B. SCOTT Sitting: E. H. GOWAN, L. H. NICHOLS, H. E. JOHNS Page Twenty-one MATHEMATICS Standing: M.WYMAN, G. B. TAYLOR, E. S. KEEPII Sitting: J.W. CAMPBELL, E.W. SHELDON, A. J. CO1 DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS R. J. LANG, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., F.A.A.A.S., F.A.P.S., Professor of Physics L. H. NICHOLS, B.A., M.A., F.R.M.S. Associate Professor of Physics E. H. GOWAN, B.A., B.Sc., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Physics H. E. JOHNS, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Lecturer in Physics D. B. SCOTT, B.A., Ph.D. Sessional Lecturer in Physics H. R. MILLEY, B.A., M.A. Instructor in Physics F.R.S.C "' S K., if XVI R. lr N W . .I MEDICAL BUILDING AD. 1921 Page Twcnl y-I wo ,,.i.....,--- .. ,-. , .,,...--.-.. ..YA A-.. . A, ----V - . ..-.- VM- . ,-Q ------?.1--s-----.------ - -v--f --A11--,--Q--V -W-cg , - W f . X A-.. ,f1, X If-, ,,f- W , , A , i . 5,4 4, 1.141 Q -.ff ,f-. X Ai -, 'If .gig-I V t ,A ,gli V , I ,fig I, A L L ' 'Q .fn . 5 ' ff ' ,--f"-, fo-V .1 -'io ,-" 'I 1 ff it s P ,'- ' "'- ,"Y ' -- I V 1 ' ",-' ,-'f f" ',fAi ,' " J ff- 1' ,,, T- Us ,fff,.f..: ,fffif I 5 ' .1 , , as u ff r 71' f f wi ,lf fa , vi V A? f .' 11.7,-if 1' .nf fi .2 1 'fur 41,42 J ffl' I 'J - if ff f - 'Q wi " 1 'iyf' I ff if if f iff i if f t 5116. 'h,',1.Ld'.j1f,,f't X, W ,, J, 5, -. , - , 9 , - ., v v .- X. I, . . . , TMJ c ,, I M DEPARTMENT OF BACTERIOLOGY A. C. RANKIN, C.M.G., M.D., C.M., D P.H., F.R.C.P. tC.D Professor of Bacteriology and I-lygiene, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine R. M. SHAW, B.A., M.D., C.M., D.P.H., F.R., C.P.fCI Professor of Bacteriology and Hygiene kJ. A. ROMEYN, B.A., M.D. Assistant Professor of Bacteriology DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY J. J. OWER, B.A., M.D., C.M., F.R.C.P.lC.D Professor ol Pathology, Provincial Serologist J. W. NIACGREGOR, B.A., M.D. Associate Professor of Pathology M. E. HALL, B.A., M.B. Assistant Professor of Pathology iM. WEINLOS, B.A., M.D. Instructor in Pathology KP. H. MALCOLNISON, B.A., M.D. Instructor in Pathology 'M. M. SEREDA, M.D. Instructor in Pathology G. P. FORTIER, B.A., M.D. Assistant Instructor in Pathology PROVINCIAL LAB. A. C. RANKIN, C.M.G., M.D., C.M., D.P.H., F.R.C.P.CC.D Director, Provincial Bacteriologist J. J. OWER, B.A., M.D., C.M., F.R.C.P.CC.J Pathologist, Provincial Serologist R. M. SHAW, B.A., M.D., C.M., D.P.H., F.R.C.P.tC.J Assistant Provincial Bacteriologist J. W. MACGREGOR, B.A., M.D. Assistant Pathologist XJ. A. ROMEYN, B.A., M.D. Assistant in Bacteriology i I X-...sf iOn War Service ., sur? " 32:51-I, 7 -'Pfiwsea A "fra-sc-, DEAN A. C. RANKIN Faculty of Medicine DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY A.W. DOWNS, M.A., M.D., D.Sc., F.A.A.A.S., F.A.C.P. Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology F. S. B. RODMAN, M.Sc., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology J. FERGUSON, B.A., A.M., Ph.D. Lecturer in Physiology ancl Pharmacology DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY R. F. SHANER, Ph.B., Ph.D. Professor of Anatomy E. GREENE, M.D., C.M., F.R.C.S., F.A.C.S. Professor of Anatomy H. E. RAWLINSON, M.D., M.Sc., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Anatomy BACTERIOLOGY-PATHOLOGY -PROVINCIAL LAB. Standing: MISS M. R.WANNOP, J.W. Ma:GREGOR, MRS. M. ROBBLE Sitting: J. J. OWER, A. C. RANKIN, R. M. SHAW .X Z Li'l iv., .. 1 .fi ' 2 ,CJ I 1' " -' fffff'-11' 1' ffl' " ff if of if f' 'nl' Nfl' ' III fix, 1- ff" . 1, . ft .1 f .f I' 'P 'fi "1-ill' -,lylf gf- M. NJ ',.f.f,Q'iA,ffill,"-flfg-ffIf f rg.-. Page Tzvenly-Three in PHYSIOLOGY AND ANATOMY Standing: J. FERGUSON, A. W. DOWNS Sitting: E. GREENE, R. F. SHANER, H. E. RAWLINSON H X .Mc Wa, ,-.rTi', S 4-...J . C. ' .:,s, "':fs... , FACULTY OF DENTISTRY DENTISTRY 3rd row G. A. Gemeroy, Capt. Fleming, T. Hawker, S. D. Fraser Qnd row: H. A. Gilchrist, G. V. Barnett,W. S. Hamilton, H. R. MacLean 'lst row: A. B. fMason, R. A. Rooney, J. D. Hawkins W. S. HAMILTON, L.D.S., D.D.S. Professor of Exodontia and Oral Surgery, Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry H. A. GILCHRIST, D.D.S., F.A.C.D. Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry H. R. MacLEAN, D.D.S. Assistant Professor of Operative Dentistry W. P. CALHOUN, B.A., D.D.S. Lecturer in Dental Anatomy and Operative Dentistry R. R. Mr:lNTYRE, L.D.S., D.D.S. Lecturer in Orthodontic A. B. MASON, D.D.S. Lecturer in Peridontia G. A. GEMEROY, L.D.S., D.D.S. Lecturer in Dental Medicine T. F. MACDONALD, D.D.S. Lecturer in Dental Ethics J. C. WARD, L.D.S., D.D.S. Lecturer in Pathology and Radiology A. B. PATTERSON, L.L.B. Lecturer in Dental Jurisprudence XR. W. BRADLEY, D.D.S. Lecturer in Operative Dentistry S. D. FRASER, D.D.S. Lecturer in Prosthetic Dentistry R. A. ROONEY, D.D.S. Lecturer in Prosthetic DentistVY T. HAWKER, D.D.S. Instructor in Operative Dentistry P. J. KENDAL, D.D Instructor in Oral Surgery iG. B. THURSTON, L.D.S., D.D.S. Instructor in Operative Dentistry G. Y. BARNETT, L.D.S., D.D.S. Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry H. S. A. FLEMING, D.D.S. Instructor in Orthodontia J. D. HAWKINS Instructor in Operative Dentistry R. A. McEWEN, D.D.S. Lecturer in Prosthetic Dentistry "On War Service ff--N f- -'Lise -,. " -- 'ff' ,' 2 I -i - f- f ,fs ,- f -. :I jf X, ffys I L.if?2g-+.- . f ,2 . ,f -f ,J Lf! f ' . f 3,-' f' X gf' ',f,t X. fy Jai- fh- lg' f Jf ff' " 4.1 - Lf .7 f A 1 11,4 7,f' ff.. ' '44 I XX ,I - 5 LL, -'L'61,,,' ' ' ,, , , nf ,Qc . ,.4,'Q'i:- ' DEAN W. S. HAMILTON Faculty of Dentistry .sn DR G HUNTER DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY G. HUNTER, M.A. ssc., o.sc., F.R.s.c. Professor oi Biochemistry M. M. CANTOR, B.Sc., M.D., F.A.C.P. Associate Professor of Biochemistry J. TUBA, B.Sc., MSC., Pl1.D. Lecturer in Biochemistry Page Twcfily-foul' BIOCHEMISTRY M. M. CANTOR G. HUNTER J. TUBA .. - : , , . : :ali bi , -' ': . z +' -ya 2' - - :f 'a af A 1. ,- . v-- A is ,r sat.: a s f :h1,' , ' ff' ' E 4 f f 'lfy i I .- DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY W. ROWAN, M.Sc., D.Sc., F.Z.S., M.B.O.U., F.R.S.C. Professor of Zoology W. HUGHES, M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Zoology R. B. MILLER, M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Zoology DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY E. H. MOSS, M.M., M.A., Ph.D., F.R.S.C. Professor of Botany U. H. WHYTE, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Botany R. G. H. CORMACK, M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Botany DEPARTMENT OF ENTOMOLOGY E. H. STRICKLAND, M.Sc. Professor of Entomology J'Cn Active Service ZOOLOGY, BOTANY, ENTOMOLOGY Standing: R. G. H. CORMACK, R. B. MILLER, W. ROWAN. Sitting: E. H. MOSS, W. HUGHES, E. H. STRICKLAND. DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY O. J. WALKER, B.A., A.M., Ph.D., F.C.I.C. Professor of Chemistry R. B. SANDIN, M.Sc., Ph.D. CHEMISTRY Standing: J. KNUDSEN, J. L. MORRISON, S. G. DAVIS, J. C. NICHOL. Sitting: E. H. BOOMER, O. J. WALKER, R. B. SANDIN. Page Twenty-five Professor of Chemistry E. H. BOOMER, B.Sc., M.S:., Ph.D., F.C.I.C., F.R.S.C Professor of Chemical Engineering J. L. MORRISON, M.Sc., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry S. G. DAVIS, M.Sc., Ph.D. Lecturer in Chemistfxl J. C. NICHOL, M.Sr:. Sessional instructor in Cl1emistfY J. KNUDSEN, M.S:. Sessional Instructor in Chemistry DR. R. B. SANDIN 2 POWER HOUSE SOUTH LAB A.D. 1915 A.D. 1919 Page Twcnly-six: . -L iv--" " ""T"i"""A"-"'i'T-tg. , g , .7 X-"1 Q- vi' X ae: , fr- J A " '- .-"2 'P fx .f"i"'? ' Y- J ' -"i .fri ff . f 'T' fl , 77- A I fl: I fr JA L, ,S-5 4-sat . E, fi we 1.A,iiij' -5.55 I .. I X --:R V. 1' Y .1 J' "ST: DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AND MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING R. S. L. WILSON B.Sc. Professor of Civil and Municipal Engineering, Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science l. F. MORRISON, B.Sc. Professor of Applied Mechanics R. M. HARDY, B.Sc., M.Sc., D.L.S., A.L.S., S.L.S. Associate Professor of Civil Engineering W. W. PRESTON, B.Sc. Assistant Professor of Drawing and Descriptive Geometry L. A. THORSSEN, B.Sc. Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering G. W. GOVIER, B.A.Sc. Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering A. D. HOGG, B.Sc., M.Sc. Pl1.D. Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering D. B. MENZIES, B.Sc., S.M. Special Lecturer in Sanitary Engineering L. H. MCMANUS, B.Sc. Sessional Lecturer in Highway Engineering F. MCPHERSON, B.Sc. Sessional Instructor in Civil Engineering E. D'APPOLONlA, B.Sc. Sessional Instructor in Civil Engineering G. FORD, B.Sc. Sessional Instructor in Civil Engineering R. N. MCMANUS, B.Sc. Sessional Instructor in Civil Engineering M. MITCHELL, B.Sc. Sessional Instructor in Civil Engineering CIVIL ENGINEERING Back: F. McPherson, M. Mitchell. 3rd row: D. B. Menzies, E. D'Appolonia, R. N. McManus G. Ford. 9nd row: W. W. Preston, A. D. Hogg, L. A. Thorssen. Front row R. M. Hardy, R. S. L. Wilson, I. F. Morrison. .n, 1 N, A--5-r ".tfff,N H i DEAN R. S. L. WILSON Faculty of Applied Science ,Q ,1,, ., ,M , ,",.J .i I ',fii-, -v ls ff--i.11QgC"Lfrfu"4i16f,-41 Q f ' ' 'ff' ' is Q, -ev, sg, , ,, f' - 'c ff . , .' . f ,I ' ,..f,-Afwf-V Y' , .. -- - -' -, . , In I' ff !,,L - 1 WE. G. CULLWICK, M.A., F.R.S.A. Professor of Electrical Engineering J. W. PORTEOUS, B.Sc. Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering J. H. WAGHORNE, M.Sc. Lecturer in Electrical Engineering R. PHILLIPS, B.Sc. 3 k R PHILLIPS J W PORTEOUS Lecturerin Electrical Engineering ac row: . . . . ' M. SMITH, B.Sc. 'font 'CWI J- H- WAGHORNE1 M- SMITH Demonstrator in Electrical Engineering 'On Active Service --N-M --------1--'-H 1--------'-fr '---7----"'-h - """'r""""""""""'N"21s 'gg,:4,, , yn , ' ig ' E it aft: UILMIF-f"2f'7f'fff..7ffQ'f'?'iw -F-'Til-Qpifov f if .ff I fx: iff-"' wliiffslf . H DEPARTMENT OF HOUSEHOLD ECONOMICS M. PATRICK B.A. M.A. Professor of Household Economics, Directolr of The School of Household Economics Page Twenty-seven H. McINTYRE, B.Sc., M.S. Assistant Professor of Household Economics M. E. M. RICHARDS, B.Sc. Instructor in Household Economics S. J. MURRAY, B.Sc., H.Ec. Sessional Instructor G. E. CAIRNS, B.Sc. Dietitian, University Cafeteria Standing: J. MURRAY, G. E. CAIRNS, H. M:INTYRE, M. E. RICHARDS Sitting: M. PATRICK Z' ' www rum!-f.s" ' -Y :Y,,-., -.... . Y -H -- -- af I A, NORTH LAB. AD. 1919 Page Twenty-c'ighL MX? Y if s DEPARTMENT OF MINING AND METALLURGY N. C. PITCHER, B.Sc. Professor of Mining Engineering K. A. CLARK, M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Metallurgy E. O. LILGE, M.Sc. Assistant Professor of Mining and Metallurgy E 2 MINING ic. A. CLARK, E. o. i.u.Gs, N. c. Pircuzn ,1 5 ,iff 5 7 Tiff .-I-xii? h --JI Ly... ,-.ji f-"N!',,'P1 ,fff P77 ps . S ff f-40' if Lfgf if in L-gif I if ,fu f W. fu Cir, M gifwff--.fb A 1 -N .. My gg DEPARTMENT OF PLANT SCIENCE A. G. MCCALLA, B.Sc., M.Sc., Pl1.D. Professor of Plant Science J. S. SHOEMAKER, B.S.A., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Horticulture J. R. FRYER, M.A., Pl1.D. Professor of Genetics and Plant Breeding A.W. HENRY, M.S.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Plant Pathology DEPARTMENT OF DAIRYING H. R. THORNTON, B.S:., Ph.D. Professor of Dairfing W. L. DUNKLEY, M.Sc., Pl1.D. Lecturer in Dairying Standing: W. L. DUNKLEY, D. R. CLANDININ Sitting: A. E. OTTEWELL, J. E. BOWSTEAD, F. A.WYATT, dang: J. D. NEWTON, J. P. SACKVILLE, L.W. MCELROY, H. R. THORNTON A- G- WCA'-'-A J. S. SHOEMAKER. ig: E. H. STRICKLAND, J. Mal:GREGOR SMITH, R. D. SINCLAIR, A.W. HENRY DEPARTMENT OF SOILS F. A. WYATT, B.S.A., M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Soils J. D. NEWTON, B.S.A., Ph.D. Professor of Soils QKVLADIMIR IGNATIEFF, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., A.l.C. Assistant Professor of Soils A. S. WARD, B.S.A., M.Sc. Acting Lecturer in Soils 'On Active Service Page Twenty-nine ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE A.D. 1927 T Y IQ, 'ZR ,fin It w A if 'wr' - A , ,..A The newest of the larger buildings on the campus, "St, Joes' was erected by the Catholic people of Alberta, aided financially by the Carnegie Foundation. From its windows for the past three years Air Force and Navy personnel have whistled at fAxlberta's co-eds malcing for Little luclc, nestled cosily in the basement. DEAN M E LAZERTE Associate Professor of Education Faculty of Education ,..-J ,,,-' ""' K. F. ARGUE Page Thirty-one FATHER FREGON BROTHER AZARIAS BROTHER WALTER BROTHER DANIEL Professor of Education and Educational Psychology Dean of the Faculty of Education Associate Professor of Education and Special Lecturer in Psychology "x 'un 's.,,.N -'f-..,,.-M ST. STEPHEN'S COLLEGE AD. 1910 Page Tlzirly-Iwo l The glamorized picture on the opposite page gives you some faint idea of the towering,red brick pile known as "St Steves" l'loary as campus buildings go, it was the first University edifice to be erected. It was known as Robertson College in those days, and gave high school courses as well as harboring the early Arts faculty lectures. Since then it has become St. Stephens, affiliated with the University, and officially engaged in the training of ministers for the United Church of Canada. But St. Steves is better remembered as a centre of conviviality, the scene of many a late bull-session and many a hard- fought house-league basketball or volleyball game. Pride and joy of the theologs, the beautiful little Chapel on the first floor is used for Chapel service each morning during the term, and there, too, not a few Alberta men and women resort to plight their troth. W PRINCIPAL A. D. MILLER .dl E J THOMPSON, D. J. C. ELSON Page Thirty-three A. D. MILLER, M.A., B.D., D.D. 'Principal of St. Stephens College A Professor of Old Testament Literature E. J. THOMPSON, M.A.,'B.D., Ph.D. Professor of Christian Theology D. J. C. ELSON, M.A. Associate Professor of New Testament Literature E UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL AD. 1922 6 Tl: ir!!! I I. .g?..q:.f? 1 IT., YP9f'J-af +5-7-' . I "'- ', Q" ff- V' ages . Q f' f 2021. ff ,A 2 A a .. -.1 Q!! s... ri -:.- -wa I if-' -,,--: - - , .sf V JALYLQQ ' '-,,.ai,g..y s if-'I-. V. .. . . Y , Qpened in 'I9'I4 as the Strathcona Hospital, the University Hospital has since seen many changes. Used during and after the last vvar as a military hospital, the completion of the Col. F. H. Mevvburn Pavilion this year greatly extends its service this vvar. From their third year, HlVIeds" talte clinical courses here, and most of them interne here for part of their final year. L 1 W. F.:GILLESPlE QE Ag A to the men of With post-vvar developments ahead, the University Hospital Ioids fair to become one of the largest medical centres in Canada, DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE AND CLINICAL MEDICINE E. L. POPE, B.A., M.D., C.M., F.R.C.P. CLondonD, F.R.C.P.CCD Professor Emeritus of Medicine J. W. SCOTT, M.D., C.M., F.R.C.P.CCD, F.A.C.P. Professor of Medicine W. F. GILLESPIE, M.A., M.B., M.S., F.R.C.S.QCD, F.A.C.S. Professor of Surgery I F. H. H. MEWBURN, V.D., B.Sc., M.D., C.NI., F.R.C.S., F.A.C.S. Xxx f Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery J. R. VANT, B.A., M.D., M.C.O.G. Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology M. R. LEVEY, M.D., C.M., D.L.O. Professor of Ophthalmology and Rhino-oto-Laryngology A. C. MCGUGAN, M.D., D.Ph. Hospital Superintendent V. S. ARMSTRONG: M. R. LEVY A. C. McGUGAN , X J. W. SCOTT 1 , J,-fd-W I, T ...gi , ip 1 . .-'rj-,J. - :if 1' ., .Y -,fi , I - --.-Q-.-. . . f .. . - ,A , I . .Yfvfir-. . , 1 pf ' ' 1 -'f.Yf,.'.'v,'.,,g,,., k H Y V, 1 i . if 1 . DEPARTMENT OF NURSING ZA. J. MACLEOD, B.A., B.Sc., M.A., R.N. Director of the School of Nursing, Assistant Professor of Public Health Nursing and Health Education M. L. MCCULLA, B.Sc., M.A., R.N. Acting Director of the School of Nursing, Lecturer in Public Health Nursing and Health Education Superintendent of Nurses E. I. GREIG, R.N. Night Supervisor Instructress in Science Instructress in Nursing ssOn War Service. 'r I I A+? Miss. E. ensue Miss. H. s. Perens i Mus. c. Duke Miss M. A. WYLD MRS- V- PEARSON i MISS M. L. McCULLA I Page Thirty-five I I H. S. PETERS, R.N., Certificate, McGill School for Graduate Nurses D. G. DUKE, R.N., Certificate, Toronto School of Nursing Assistant Superintendent of Nurses V. PEARSON, B.Sc., R.N. M. WYLD, R.N., Certificate, Toronto School of Nursing S-n Z if if ..- ,, warg? WK' AQWWWW -"'w. 21' ff xxx, Pix. if 'PE ff P , I PEMBINA HALL AD. 1914 PAQ B!! Page Th irly-sin: Z? F UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA A.D. 1944 INFIRMARY A.D. 1943 Page Thirty- 4th row-Capt. R. T. Dick, J. B. McRae, F. W. Peers, C. W. Gray, D. Cameron, H. P. Brown 3rd row-Miss L. Lappenbush, Miss M. Kostyk, Miss Ruth Baker J. D. CAMERON, MSC. Director F. W. PEERS, B.A., B.Ed. Assistant to the Director F. MONTGOMERY, B.A. Extension Librarian S. HILLERUD, B.S.A. Assistant in Study Groups S. RISK, B.A. Assistant in Dramatics R. E. GARD, A.B., M.A. Qnd rOW,Miss P. Cowan, Miss F. Hodgson' Miss A. Toney, Miss M. Bouviell Rockefeller Fellow in Folklore, Local History and Creative Writing Miss B. Richardson, Miss A, Nelson Sitting-Miss L. Stewart, Miss J. Bennett, Miss J. Kelso, Miss S. Knudson, Mrs. M. LilleY aj 7' ' Reserves ol dependability for both Facultyand Students, the Lab Technicians preserve order in the labs and straighten out the odd bewildered student. Most ol them have been with their departments lor many years. These are some ol the men who vvorlc behind the scenes to provide the polish which marlcs our Faculties. PHYSICS F. Glenve,W. Kasting Page Thirty-aight ANATOMY, BIOCHEM, PHYSIOLOGY PROVINCIAL LAB. Qnd row-W. Mee, R. Fairall, A. Farmer 'lst row-R. Clelland, P. Beaumont A. Blackwell, F. Howells lhe Book Store, owned and operated by the University, has a neat corner on University text-books and supplies. l-lere, almost ,any day in the lall, students may be seen queued up by the yard to get the last available copy ol "Elements ol Thermodynamics". Manager Charlie Hoslord and his statl are kept busy Figuring out knotty problems ol supply and demand. The boys who know as much about what goes on in the University as anybody, the building "Superintendents'l are friends ol all the students. As they are trimly uniformed in White jackets, freshmen have been known to ask them for ice cream cones. During student productions and dances in Con l-lall, Bill l-ludson and his boys are alvvays on the job and ready to lend a hand. Qnd row-Miss P. Gould, Miss E. Hadland 'lst row Mrs. E. Day, Chas. Hoslord, Mgr BILL HUDSON Head "SuDt." ARTS BUILDING A. Petrie, B. Duncan, J. Jackson, James " 'r Stansfield, Joe Slansfield, A. Morgan MEDICAL BUILDING NX -i - I J. Caswell, G. Weeks, T. Howells, A. Gustafson ARTS BU'LDlNG NIGHTMEN Page Thirty-nine P. Griggs, F. Robson, S. Savage I! I i ,L DORIS TANNER Vice-Pres. Tie smarts lhat the activities ol this year's council have been very successful cannot be denied. This is due in part at least, to the seriousness with vvhich the 1944-45 council accepted its responsibility and also to the splendid co-operation Council received from the students. Much vvas accomplished, but nevertheless much still remains to be done. Meetings vvere long and committees numerous and olten Council-all of Council -became quite disheartened, All too seldom do people realize the time and etlort the various council members spend attending to details, laying plans and lceeping in - touch with the numerous campus organizations. B?B BBXCXLCLEY res. , B. It is hard to imagine any annually elected body leaving otlice completely satisfied, P V H A I 4 I r ARCHIE CAMPBELL having dealt completely with all items. This council is no exception. Sec'y M.A.B. MURIEL MACDONALD Space is far too short to outline the Students' Union activities here, that is the P , res. Wauneita purpose ol other pages in our year boolt, but a levv ol the highlights merit particular attention. HU HARRIES DON GILMOUR LAWRENCE FISHER CHESTER BURNS JIM METCALFE AB, RCD. Dent. Rep, Educ. Rep. Law Rep. Med. RED, ERNIE GANDER HARRY JONES JOHN LAURIENTE JUNE CAUSGROVE DON HUSEL Arts Rep. Dent. Rep. E.S.S. Pep. Nurses' Rep. Med. Rep. Page Furly JOE SHOCTOR MARJ. HULBERT BUS OSBORNE Pres. Lit. Assn. Sec'y Lit. Assn. Pres. Musical Assn. Council The revival ol lntervarsity competitions gave a definite impetus to athletics on the campus. The Rugby series with Saskatchewan was highly successful, particular- ly since the trophy was won by our Golden Bears. The Basketball series with Manitoba and Saskatchewan was ULLIAN GIBSQN also ,a highlight ol the sporting season, for both the Pres.W.A.A. Men s and Women s teams. Both Men s and Women s BETH K'NG athletics completed a very full season. The main diliic- Secly WAA' ulty encountered during the term was the lack of a suit- able gym, however, the return of Athabasca hall for the Final series relieved the situation. The Literary Association was somewhat limited in its activity but did stage four of the most pleasing one-act plays that have been presented in a number ol years. The McGoun Cup debates, which were also held this year, alter being dis- continued for sometime were another highlight of the year since the Alberta teams regained the trophy, This year also, the Musical Association was made a separate body, which proved its worth. The choir concert proved to be a splendid addition to the musical activities ol the Students' Union. Also, although it does not come directly under the Musical Association, the Varsity Variety Show, held For the First time, was a great success, and gave many students an opportunity to demonstrate their ability. Freshman lntroductions, the Major War Drive, the Blood Donor Drive, the Maga- zine Drive, Waw-Waw Week, Wauneita functions, Class Elections and the Christmas Fund, all are described in this book, and high tribute is due the people heading these organizations. Social functions, class dances, house dances, and color night were lor the most part well supported. Our publications, the Telephone Handbook, the Evergreen and Gold and the Gateway speak for themselves. This is very sketchy but since the Presidents Report is published in the Final issue oi the Gateway and the Year Book is now in your hands, little further need be said. BILL CLARK Treasurer GARTH EGGENBERGER Secretary l iii, i x 'si' x XA Xa, ,4 g COUNCIL AT WORK Paae Fortu-one Wauneita Society Another year has slipped quiclcly by and once again the Wauneita Society, our lndian tribe, can report a very successful season. Registration weelc saw Wauneita feathers preened and blossoming forth in a host of activities designed to entertain the Fresh- ettes and to show them that their Hteepeeu was heartily welcomed among those of Sophs, Juniors and Seniors al- ready in the Hencampmentn. On the first day of registration many Freshettes found a haven in the,Arts Wauneita room where they met the executive and Miss Winspear, the Dean of Women. A tea, which was held in the Cafeteria, followed on the next day. Then, defying the first blasts of winter, a large group of Freshettes hilced down to the Qutdoor cabin for a bonfire and singsong. Finally, the climax of the weelc came with the formal pledging and initiation of the new Wauneitas into the tribe. The Wauneita formal, the first major function, was held this year at the Barn and proved to be a social highlight of the fall season, ushering in a very successful social year. The annual banquet is held in early March and is always well- attended by all Wauneitas-in- cluding faithful alumnae. Thanks go to the l'lonorary President and to the executive for the co-operation and worlc which made possible the success of our our Wauneita activities. May Waune'ita's thoughts every- where dwell pleasantly on the memories of 1944-1945. Nurses, Students Union 4' R . M. STEPHENS,Vice -Pres.i MISS PETERS, Hon Why, of all the nerve! Pres., J. CAUSGROVE, Pres., L. DUNLOP Sec.-Treas. The student nurses' own Union has had a progressive year, under the presidency of June Causgrove. This year's social activities have been especially successiul. They began in the autumn with a weiner roast to initiate the usual crop oi green Uprobiesn The city police were invited and the probies were responsible for entertainment. A l'lallowe'en Ditty Bag Dance at the Red Cross Hut will be long remembered as a Hwitcheyn experience. The Christmas party, at which each class puts on a short program, was the usual uproarious aiiair. The New Year Group was exposed to a skating party as the initiating process. The graduating class shone in white gowns at the Graduation Banquet and Dance held in the spring. This was a banner occasion For all because it marks every nurse's annual 'l.3O a.m. passl The Union is aiiected by this year's change in hospital organization which includes the Colonel Mewburn Wing and smaller additions to other parts of the hospital, such as the new operating room. As a predominantly social organization, the Nurses' Union has had a successful year and hopes to carry on the good worlc. i 2 The Grad. Class Hikes lo lhe Outdoor Club Cabin United in the Service Page Forty-three 52,26 XS " - ..,,.. Q K, Constitutional Enlorcement Committee Never lweard ot it? Well, it did exist .... a com- mittee ol live senior students appointed by Students' Council to interpret and enforce the Constitution and Statutes of tlwe Students' Union, in particular to adjudicate in matters pertaining to student welfare and good govern- ment. The Committee lias autliority to levy Fines up to 515.00 andlor to dismiss an offender from any student activity or otlice. This committee is one vvliose Za-"1 measured by A inactivity-tlwis year it was uf y u esslull E. .IORRE DE ST. JORREf A. BOORMANf D. STEWART, X X A. HOWARD 1 . 9 at 4 omen's Disc r-fb trflirift . f 4 5 x , 4 o ' l x- 1 I , Z p W i f ! L., l Z 4 ' . i g. iplinary Com ' at-32 it X A . N X, ome ' .-.I ' g,- linary Committee is a committe of men ,sw ,V isting ol a clwairman from last y ar's ow- I ' ' inted junior students, one ele ted ,2 -2 'A ' , . -" e' -a- fe? - L dent ol tlie eita Society. an is yea 0 "1l" S rscrpli' -Qymmrtt e lo nd 1-153 e asi at 1 -' finin vvo en Y ' - ,4 I , , I t , . stu e ' f ae .mam ft'i1em l'1iclw is a tribute to tl'1e deportment o ' lloerta ' l .QV During tlwe year 35,1 committ posed to frame air' 1 ' the regulations lor th of tlwe eita Rooms. S l l Back row: M. MACDONALD, 1. FARLEY N X Front row: M. PULLARf D. STEWART: M. WHOLEY i x L. - '. .pq MN! Page Forly-four ft SQA , , r Xp 3, . wig, - qu . H i g, -ui? nf' Literary Association The Literary Association is the govern- ing and co-ordinating body which formerly represented the Philharmonic, Dramatic, Public-Spealcing and Political Science Societies. This year, due to the expansion of the musical society a new Association JOE SHOCTOR MARJORIE HULBERT President Secretary was Formed, under which the Philharmonic, the Musical Club, the University Choir and the Varsity Band became a law unto themselves. The Literary Association, as a result, became less musical and ll - Il more properly literary. The Debating Society brought home the bacon for Alberta, winning For the First time in eleven years the inter-provincial McGoun debates The inter-year plays were again popular, and of a high standard. Winding up the year's activities, an original, highly-talented Varsity Show was produced under the direction of Joe Shoctor, president. JACK OSBORNE KAY MACDONALD President Secretary Musical Association This year etlorts were made through the Students' Council to co-ordinate musical activities on the campus. During the past years clubs have been formed by students and the Faculty to provide musical enter- tainment and education lor the students. These have grovvn and become an integral part of student activities. The Musical Association was formed at the beginning of the term lor the purpose of organizing the existing clubs and attracting more of the students. The organizations which have combined to form the Musical Association include the Philharmonic Society, the University Choir, the University Band and the Musical Club. The University Choir and the Musical Club have carried on this year in spite of wartime exigencies. Due to restrictions the Philharmonic Society did not produce an operetta this year. l-lowever the ground vvorlc has been laid for development of existing musical activities, which will provide education and enjoyment for every student on the campus. Page Farty-five 'wi-...s ARCHIE CAMPBELL Secretary STAN MOHER Director of Athletics l lVlen,s Athletic Board The opening ol the 1944-45 University year Found the Menxs Athletic Board embarlcing on a program ol sport highlighted by lnter-Collegiate competition. With president ol Rugby, Jaclc Jorgens in charge, the Senior Golden Bears copped the l'lardy lrophy lor the lirst time since 7928. ' Not to be out-done however, by the erstwhile Rugby players, the Senior Golden Bears Baslcetball aggregation, led by President Del Steed, came baclc lrom Saslcatoon with the Rigby Trophy, emblematic ol lnter-Collegiate Basketball supremacy. 'lhus Alberta this year holds the three major sport trophies, having held the l'lalpenny lrophy For l-locltey lor the past number ol years-no small accomplishment lor U. ol A. Athletes. BOB BUCKLEY President Minor sports also enjoyed a llourishing season. ln the fall the newly formed Spilied Shoe Club staged a very successlul lraclc and Field Meet with the Engineers proving the best speedsters. Both lennis and Badminton held successful tourneys. Swimming and Archery held numerous Galas much enjoyed by their large memberships. Under the able direction ol Steele Brewerton an UAssault at Arms" was held in the early part ol March. A very creditable program was presented by the Boxing, Wrestling, Tumbling and Fencing Clubs. lnter-Faculty l'locl4ey directed by Stan Moher, Athletic Director, ended with the Med-Dents squad capturing top honors. For the second consecutive year the Med-Dents won the lnter-Faculty Football title. From the l4icl4-olll to the Final whistle this year's lVlen's Athletic Board has blazed a trail For a real sporting future at U. ol A. ii f ' 'i 3' 3 ii-, sf fisvtsf Dr. MacEnchran, Dr. Broadlooti Lloyd Wilsonf Bill Clark, Arch. Campbell, Bob Buckley, Stan Moherf Jack Setters, B. Kaslingf B. Blayneyf Steele Brewerlonf Del Steed Page Forty-six Womenas Athletic Association Women's Athletics experienced the lirst burst oi enthusiasm in many years, with the revival oi lntercollegiaie sport. The basketball teams remem- ber as a highlight the games in Saskatoon with Manitoba and Saskatchewan. lhen came the breath-taking tussle with the Saskatchewan girls in Athabasca gym, when the l-luskiettes took the Cecil Race trophy with a Q9-30 score. We anticipate more pulling of strings with Saskatchewan next year, under the coaching oi our top-notch trainer, lcmmie Mcclocklin. President lnterlaculty sport was an arena oi interest this year. At the Qctober track meet, the girls broke records in high jumping, TOO-yd. dash, discus and softball throws. Competition was keen as the teams in volleyball and basket- ball battled lor the Rose Bowl. Swimmers played with the idea of travelling but a weekly "wash" with 75 other people in a small pool cramped our style a bit. The coaching under Dave Sissons was First-rate and some good sound training was worked in. The fencing girls insist that they're learning last, and next year should see some oi the desired agility and form. lennis and Badminton maintained their usual high standards. The Archers, in spite of a cold drill hall lor practice, won the competition with the Y.M.C.A. The Rose Bowl went to the loving hands ol the Education girls. Clhey have long had a glint in their collective eye.D Many thanks are extended to the W.A.A. executive members and to Miss Foskett, For their hard work and continued interest. We leave next year's executive with 'our blessing and hope that their year will be as full ol interest and liiedas!this has been. LILLIAN GIBSON .-552223EZ.5111:12i.:Ef5iS5?I5:fE2s:E2515? W" -lazy:-:::,.:r:g::, cs. BETTY KING Secretary MISS KAY FOSKETI' Athletics Director Sylvia Rowan, Betty Carson, Sylvia Callaway, Dorothy Soby, Yvette Lebel, Mariory Fraser, Lillian Gibson, Betty King, Eileen Kennedy, Joyce Perkins, Dorothy Ward, Margaret Hunter Page F orty-Seifert BRO. ANSBERT Hon. Pres. FRANK QUIGLEY President St. Joes I-iause Committee The inmates of St. Joes are noted for their frantic activity during Waw-Waw weelcend, when the more gullible Freshettes genuinely believe that the Dogpatchers and Slconlc-l-followers really live there. The annual St. Joes formal was put on by the students, to become one of the most successful functions of the year. St. Joseph's will feel the absence of Brother Ansbert who is leaving next spring at the conclusion of his six-year term of office. JOHN LAURIENTE, Secy. JIM MURPHY, Treas. I 'E I I , I 1 fx -0314 45, 4.0 'fa' "wp . "sa ,f'2,- ' 551,32 2,111.5 - 9" 1" rr provincial News Department Provincial News Department is possibly a mis- nomer, for that name does not imply the whole function of the department, which is to loolc after all student broadcasts over CKUA. The weelcly news broadcast is only one feature. During the fall term, a very successful Talent Broadcast was arranged by Director Frank Quigley and Bob Pulleyblank in aid of the Christmas Fund Drive. After Christmas the Department underwent a major change with the resignation of its director due to increased pressure of curriculars and other activities. Helen Plasteras was appointed director, and a committee appointed by Council revised the whole Provincial News Act. The groundwork has been laid and next year should bring interesting developments in this particul- ar branch of varsity activity. Page Fgrly-eight FRANK QUIGLEY HELEN PLASTERAS Directors I -41 ,f-fo nqmm. 'jim i, faq SYN 'SW K Q30 'H-f Q25 4139 " . ,Wei A A at at . at W i,3,.f,,V l:A ,gf A ' X Q Q6 ,Aide ' X ,XA .ses Nts 'gi WE QTEWAY sW"'41 sf S 1' f- A Q 'lr-'uunutis' Published each-Thursday throughout the College Year under authority of the Students' union of the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. 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Roger Belzil was outstanding as xusiness manager, leaving the Gate- vay's funds with the usual healthy urplus. Because of a cut in paper quotas, he Gateway was forced to discontinue ree mailing to ex-students in the ervices. As soon as the situation nproves it is hoped that this service an be resumed. A new feature was the Gateway et-together: taking the form of everal staff organization meetings, a arty at the Editors home and a nal banquet and dance at the end f March. These gatherings served to oost group spirit among the staff iembers, and took the form of con- erences to bring forth new ideas and J discuss old problems. The many ewcomers to Gateway work were Lpidly familiarized with the journal- :tic set-up by these forums. Spare time on this campus is scarce, ut even so, those who have turned neir efforts' to the publication of ie Gateway have derived real pleasure 'om it, as well as valuable experience. Pritchard, Belzil, Haynes and Cor- ie check proof in the hectic atmo- lhere of fast approaching deadlines. lill Views Mad House Tuesday nite in the Gateway oflice, bout a quarter to ten, several of the ds were batting out stuff to go over the shop first thing in the morning. he radiator was on full blast and .ere were butts all over the floor and couple of cokes on the desk. "When you goin' to press, boys?" . . there stood little Bill Hudson at ,e door, grinning jovially and about shut up shop for the night. He inged some brooms and buckets ound as though he might be rash .ough to clean up the office. "Come on in Bill, don't stand on e doorstep as if you were the Riot luad come to run us in . . ." Some ight character remarked. lEd. Note: To the E.S.S. we lfer our profound apologies r omitting "Slide R ule lants" in the Christmas issue, hd resolve to mend our ways 1 the New Year. Amen. Pillars of the Gateway at Work I i The big sticks caught in an off moment. Cormie dictates, Bevan lays down the law, McCubbin beats feature writers via telephone, Dean and McLean take in everything that goes on. STAFF REMINISCENCES Apart from its news leads, the most interesting parts of the Gateway are its varied feature articles, many by guest writers and from "Mystery Pens." The Canadian University Press functioned smoothly this year with Sylvia Rowan in charge on the Gate- way. At Christmas she attended the C.U.P. Conference in Montreal, with the McGill Daily acting as host. An interesting series dealing with student life in foreign universities was written by several professors. Two very readable features were"Yehudi" and f'Slide Rule Slantsll, both of which were written with the usual snap and salt, to the enjoyment of all. New columns appeared, such as U. of A. "Campus Poll" under Murray Stewart, "Way Back When" Cthe campus of five, ten and fifteen years agol and Campus Personalities. Many Gateway articles were reprinted by other college papers, and the reflection of our policies and innovations could also be seen in the columns from other universities. Special editions included the Christ- mas Issue, with its Literary Supple- - Pats Own Back ment and new campus shots, and the bumper Easter Issue. These were highlighted by extra contributions of a high quality. The Engineers put out two pages of one issue, and corrected a few public misapprehensions. C?J. The Gateway Staff had experienced people in the main positions. Mike Bevan, Managing Editor, had served several capacities in former years. in Helen Plasteras, Day Editor until her resignation, carried much of the editorial load. Al Ross did a grand job as Associate Editor. Isobel Dean knew all the ropes of her job News Editor. Bill Clark continued his capable handling of the sports page. while Doris McCubbin and Lois McLean put a lot of pep into the Features and Women's Pages re- spectively. A glance at the masthead shows other promising writers such Freshmen Jane Becker fAssistant as News Editorj and Bob Jack. Photo- graphy this year was in the hands of David Colls and Ken Crockett, who did some fine work. Jack Housez donated his services to the series of best-looking men on the campus, a popular feature which every coed read before all else in the Gateway. "They'll get all you folks, sooner or later, especially if you try to stay in the Arts Building all night." And so poor Bill tries to throw us out again, and we finally get all the proof read and some of the pages pasted up so that we can't do any more until some stuff comes over from the print shop. An hour later sees the coke bottles in a neat row along the wall and a stack of page layouts with a note on top "Urgent-deliver the shop p.d.q." Bill looks in and turns off the light . . . sweeps up the butts and mutters . . . "Those kids and their paper . . . thank heaven its only once a week." W. ,gsm - 3, LK Mrs. Donnan and the print shop staff work hard on The Gateway. But let deadline dodgers beware! Bones Tell Tragedy A cub reporter was doing nothing and using the office as his loafing headquartersg meanwhile bringing his beetle-brain to bear on a story he had to turn in on the morrow which was approaching, alas, all too soon. Finally he laid his weary little head on a desk in disgust. Suddenly he found himself on the way to the print shop. Down the long hall he trudged, and met a crowd coming in the south door that flattened half of him and smeared the rest along the wall. After classes had changed, ten agonizing minutes later, he gathered up his mortal remains and his rubbers to launch himself on the long road to the printing depart- ment. Skating past the south lab. some engineers picked him up on the way to a slide rule course, but he escaped their clutches and landed in the mud behind the power-house. His rubbers got lost in the morass and the poor little cub, the Gateway's shining hope, was coming up for the third time when a kindly man who was digging the nearby eight-foot trench fished him out and rinsed him off with a power hose. After many adventures too lugu- brious to mention here, this little cub, never despairing, reached the print shop. He entered on tip toe, closing the two doors quietly, with bedraggled copy clutched in his hot little hand. From the roar and clatter of the shop emerged Mrs. Donnan, bearing proofs, with a glazed look in her eye. "What is it, little boy?H she asked, and the trembling cub laid his copy on the table, screamed in a maniacal manner, and leaped out the window. Many year later his bones were un- earthed from the pipeline trench and were hung on a coat-hook in the hall, outside the Gateway Office, where they rustle in the breeze to this very day. Chittick, Ronaghan and Pritchard chuckle over filler copyg remarks about Peru and flaccid jokes which editors stuff into corners. BOARDING HOUSE Every time I contemplate Soggy turnipc On my plate Then I could Expectorate. MEA CULPA. WANTED A MAN-who wants the re- turn of his lucky nickel-SEE BEA GRANT. X Page F11 fly-one COLLIN CORKUM Director BOB GRAY Photography Ed. GLEN CUMMINS Artlst MURRAY JACQUES Business Manager I w .VM I f., , ,Z-lag. . , r X : r,:ff5':' K , , X Q. I :ri :ing ,,,W,- V v h X 14,9 , mi. A'-- - ----' - - ----..--. 4- .. J... 1 Ai, .I.. ,,.,,,, x, MARY STERLING COLIN CAMPBELL DAVE BENTLEY LOIS MCLEAN BOB LEWIS Sccy. to Director Joan: Advertlsing Managers Clubs Editor Picture Manager Page Fllfly-Iwo ERNIE NIX Editor 5 Whether or not their ambitions have been fully realized, the Silver Anniversary staff of Evergreen and Gold have been innovators. from Registration Day in the fall when surprised freshies found themselves herded back-stage and into a gown to have their class photos taken, to that time in March when the last page lay-out was completed, Collin Corkum and his staff sought to produce a history-making book. All has not been fair sailing. Qriginal plans for theme were scrapped after a summer's work. The newly-assembled staff, most of them green to year-book work, had to be organized and coached. A major transformation over previous years was aimed at: from a formal, stylized Hparty-dress" record to an informal, streamlined "the campus-as-you-see-it" book. lt was hoped to incorporate as many as possible of the students' ideas, and to minimize the usual Hcommercialn influence. The calls for spontaneity and originality were constant. To produce this metamorphosis, the staff was tripled in size and more highly departmentalized. As Director, Collin Corkum drove himself, uBetsey" and the E. 84 G. staff mornings, noons and Tuesday evenings through the year with an equanimity amazing to behold. Meanwhile, Assistant Director Don l-larvie, Hthe Man behind the Book" could invariably be counted on to know more about what "went" on any given page than anybody else. ln the search for informality, even more use was made of student photographers. Doug and Bob Gray were .lohnnies-on-the-spot at odd hours and places with flash-bulb and camera. To them is due whatever excel- lence in pictorial art the book possesses. Of all the people who will cheer when the proposed Students' Union building becomes more than a fee-payers' headache, E. 84 G'ers will cheer the loudest. At present shoved back-stage upstairs, for office space, along with old stage props, Students' Union lobbyists and Jim Barton's electricians, the yearbook has done every- thing but tread on its own toes. So acute was the space shortage, that when there were more than three people in the office, which Clike the back seat of Corkum's carb was any time you may mention, a major crisis loomed. All things considered, it is something of a miracle that the book came out at all. CDirector,s note: "lf it does you might tender a silent thank you to Don l'larvie and Ernie Nix."D DON HARVIE Assistant Director DOUG GRAY Photography Ed. MARYLEA HOLJLICK KENYON Sub-Editor CLOW, GRAY, B., CARLSON, DORIS KERR ART WAGNER LILLIAN GIBSON JACK PRITCHARD MACKAY, GRAY, D- Class Editor Men's Sports,-Editor Women's Sports Editor Ass't Editor Photographers Page Fifty-three K- -TFVHIH , s . 1 s -J 3'-5 f- '-1 I '., .- . . ,Il . 1, 1 4 -1 ? ,- k r" -X-V. n r' 13 ' A '4- 1- ., 4 f ,,?.v,' v '.'A.' 1 .-rf HY.- 'H FK ' -X 1 Y , J- If F? 4 W- V' s 1. 'rx ,5, 9.1 I AA YY 70' , -I .' 1 '19 f?'f,xxf' . .,, 1, 'nl ff 'Rza 0 H 41' 'f'..v.5uf -aa...-, 1' - - sw 'Q 5' W-s'1 -,.x, H. H nf' A . . 'T .."f 1 - . . . v '. .. '- .' .nu -"-: ', ' ', ffl." new . g. '. -- x' .X . -3 1. "' '. Z' ' ' , .4 ' r ' 1, .' ' , X 1. lvl H.. , . .. V. X A .-.tml I ' ' .911 !.,...:. an 'T . 1' .10-." "Aff . J". V- L 'V " ' '.'.',l.:. ' 1 ' ffif- . .' .fc '-I fl ' f L . - Y '-.,7, , Q . Qs, -. ' ', gm. 'r rw .', L ' .l-" bl . . ,Al -wt- -. 1 3 , " 1 .ri ' 1 5'-3 . wi . . , . - u . 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Fried garlic on toast? 12. Amazing, isn't it, Rod? 13. "Allow me, sir!" 14. Well . . . 15. Good-night! ! ! The Wauneite, the year's llrst semi-lorrnal, the most important event season, when brave: llnd out how they rate with the squlws. . 3.,p . 54 -J .'f".?2W 'f ffgzgm r A 54,-QQ " uf. ',1,,'v': L. -qw . L ,ary ,AL ,Y Ju 'S . 1 p f i r n 1 E s f 'iiili ' M -A fri '5 x V '-Lf J 4 x ', ' U2 4 , 'ff X if ,Q A 9 I 28: A sms. , 2' My 1 Nh- nfl 4' V cf TOBEL' """"f QZGAURDAY fawu f ff ff! Jf f ff flfyf J J ,AJ A --ff- 'V :V V , 2 M M jg A J zz-iff ff' r ff' 1 , ' -jf 7 V , , .z W cfwq.. ,L ,, ,. L L 7 Lf J ' F A, 'jgiwjg 1 'f f sw 1-'ff' , P f ,Lf 7413 ' ,f A, L IQ "W AX A I,-If ' . ,-f'u-'V"5'r V Z X f f . yr fi" J u f .,f-wlmv r-W9 V . 1. 1. Il wry, I. mm ,r. H 4 Hum u ,pun P-J I 5 AUBFR . -5 ,A X ff Y ,, 'z .A k, .4 f ,..,, f " " ' ,,,,,,f N4 . .. 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Hall battles his way to a victorious finish, proving himself tops amongst 35 entrants by defeating brother l-loward l-lall in the finals. Ed. had taken out John Mclnnes, '43 title holder, in the semi-finals round, while l-lovvard defeated Paul Drouin, '43 runner-up. Ed. and Howard l-lall teamed up to cop the Men's Open Doubles by taking the edge in a close tussle with Don MacKay and Murray Stevvart. Dot Soby Crightj, Manager of Girls' Tennis, who put the punch behind the girls' tournament. . . . Isobel l-looper CleftD, who Soby in the finals of the ladies' teamed up to defeat Doreen in the ladies' doubles. inf? fifff JfiEX,lJfi'T rf October again for the Dr. Q ,Kyra Broadfoot Trophy, emblematic of nacy on the " '- campus. The tournament was qualifying i K. round of Q6 entrants. wi Lanky Frank Fergie emerged as the winner, successfully overcoming freshman Marvin Dower in the 36-hole final. The Golf Committee feels that the tournament was a I success, and that there is enough interest in Golf on l . . . .. . . sy- ., .. ,Z this campus to expand its activities to include interfaculty lf-Mfh'Y1i21Vf:3p'f52f'f'Tg'fj3f4v59lY5eo,.- " . f -.. .,, -s,,.f:' 5 ...sw ' ' matches. .V . . " from here, the next step would be the organization of ' an lnter-Varsity event. What say, you nibliclc vvielders? D i 4 J. M If d . H ' s ' Q- ' 'T sst' . im etca e rives o . - pn ?-Q ' ff, ' , 'TT lgf kk. as' Q W A' ' H 5. Lloyd MacLean poised in thought. it f--'- - . "" " ' 1 - ' i vs- '- ., ., --'-'f- ff,-1.45-2 .,2g1, 6. Marvin Dower-runner-up in the finals. f" ,-' Q3 'IH f s--- .,... ,. '- " ' -... -s 1 Page Sixty-jizic 5. 6. A S. Soikeol Shoe Club ff Pampering thefTQrj5eiamenEali' S-eupterriioer weather, with hope of greaterqfijogqgerjggilori,Q.o'l5fitS'155'rtfthe track stars of this year donned t.h,eLiri-Qfeeif -rain, and went through before, the big dey. IQ -merr5V fre ' fellows, the individual Hhjash and Artsman Eldorr' x ,V . The girlei f2Q,td1'Ch1e,- wind- Dot Ward im 3FgQij15g3QiQ'g :?-' few-eygirrfg-fearing 4 rw M fenciiegomfa with the ' 1 H-affix -2.521445 Er - 41.2, 1 MICKIE HAJASH por WARD soft ball rand ,fljgfgdq ref,-, Women S President L Secretory 'f1.-.--1-jf1,I,Li ijgv:,L':2,fjii'3,-5 F1 erfejgiz' 1 ,Q5f1--ff' W . Hack the FGCHNOFLEQ, ,f gzswv GSM, a n d ca m e o uit 1:5 rfifiigyf I ,QSO I C1- A - -' v- s. ' H1 i'1i?2f' wzjg-ff,-i::35iLg g, '-'-fgxg 3-geqfrf-1 M, ,:- if L- , :31pjj1't,1f2,g,, . ,'3i.:: ,-5351 ' 15,1-151 " -'rgi -F-zfyiffff-gigt 3 '-ilLi1fl57 5 f QI. 5fff'33i?l'5i5ff5 I if A' 'e gf' P gil ff- ,ff 5 1 N? -f.Zi..23f -ffffilif A 1 ij iff? 7'5fi7f9i'f ff" 35' " 5 i .- A5 535537 iffiliif' ' V '5' 1 ff Ti? 'A W4 r F W 'fa L r Zia, mf 414- Q! Whoops! There goes another record, Callaway. 1. Eldon Foote wins lhe 100-yd. dash. 2. There goes the lane! 3. Haiash's slender QD form. Purge Nrlrly-xzll' 1 ' l 1 vii K fv T ' 'lffife ,... f'5f,T. . . i .gi T v-', 5 , "' A B. T l fer- '.-, Z fig "f' A CAPT. KEN NICKERSON, Tackle HARRY JONES, Guard BILL JONES, Tackle GORDON PROCTOR, Tackle ART FOLLETT, Guard ROD MCDANIEL, Tackle BERT HALL, End ARCHIE CAMPBELL, End JOE FRASER, End 7, Tk rf'-,,:f'-gf ,i,.,-.-, , . ci llrggir-. , -uw T I 10' X A ypgkt,-, ff' WWI! A ' P. DAIGLE fr I T l ' 1. 1' V :warg ,, . " ' N 9 Rc Q , ,ewgg 5' ju, : ht- if . , i gfgg Q fs r 5' f- ' l . , ' 3 , A 1 .zfjlk 4253: ,. -. f E, 'Is 1, 1: 12 ,Q 5.5, ...Q ,aggi f ,E ,,,.,. W l V E 2' - E ,. t . Coach T. HAYES ' 2 Coach I 1 ll L J. JORGENS , MGHHSU ' T . I , enlor ug y T , V MV' ' We The early bird catches the worm -so this year Albertas lootball team swung 'T M into action early and brought to these hallowed halls the l-lardy Trophyfemblematic ,',. ol intercollegiate lootball supremacy. The tasty victory ended a T7 year long last- lor the last time the mug rested in U. ol Afs trophy case was back in 'l9Q8. It was 4 . j a prize Well Worth the long struggle. ,fo ' i ff, ' l V TS' '-.. This T 5. ,,.'. . l TT , T " ' ,V 'ff if g A: A .,,, 1 - bfi? B. ROBERTSON c. aowi.sav , T Manager Trainer ,,-S T285 l if 5 oft ' HARDY TROPHY A 1 WIY, N ' fi f -254, .ig 4 . ",', , -T ",, q fi. j BRUCE MacKAY, Back , Qhbv HQQVH 1 - f' I I KEN BRADSHAW, Back ,. f f tt .,M wQr, PAUL DRUIN, Back r A MEL OTTEM, Back f ,xg DON BAKER, Back . gr? 9 J NORI NISHIO, Back MICKEY HAJASH JIM METCALFE ART HOWARD JACK SETTERS DES WATT Back Centre Centre BdCl4 Back Page Sixty-seven JOE SHOCTOR, Back BILL SIMPSON, Back SANDY GILCHRIST, Back An end run gels under way. Before the l'luskie-Golden Bear series, Alberta played several pre-season games with the Edmon- ton Combines and the Navy teams. ln some ol the games the Green and Gold squad showed that power which was later unleashed in the Saskatchewan series. The early games found Alberta gaining an even break in the score sheet, despite the lact that the four games were played in one week. Saskatchewan-Alberta in Edmonton From the start, the result ol this game was never in doubt. A hard-crashing Alberta line stopped many ol the Saskatchewan plays in their own backlield, while Alberta's ball carriers, behind superb blocking, ran up many touchdowns. Qutstanding lor Alberta was Mel Ottem-whose running gained many yards down the Field, while l'lajash's blocking was as good as has been seen in years, and despite the fact that he was nursing an injured ankle, lVlacKay's passing and kicking was a highlight. ln all, Alberta was a well-balanced team and in this game showed the results ol experience from the pre- season games. When the final whistle blew, Alberta had rolled h , si A In while the Huskies had . , 4.5 -f",f' ' ,,1'5Q,:,, never crossed Alberta s touch line. Sf? A? ,fu-w 'Q' '-vivo. ,yfy QP vi -' '1' 'Tiff' f :Ziff K- 'igaii L ., -1' igf' SE - SE? ALBERTA 15 - COM 'F 'N 'fi ALBERTA 8 - NAVY ALBERTA O - NAVY ALBERTA 13 -- NAVY I Through the centre of the Huskies. Page Si.1'ly-eight ALBERTA 6 - COMBINES SdSl4dtCl'l2WdI'i-!AXlb2l'lId A packed Stadium victory was no the Huskies t 'li lighter no match lor t T picture play of Saskatchewan Q0-yard pass to the Field and rarer plete Huskie sg For Alberta? l in Saskatoon week late and mor V J' gn., -9, ,ai 1 FT? ,ia J ff li Saskatowp that the 33-O e tunfii of Q6-O. The Oz? ii f Alberta again showed a ltet, andg ain turned back h lexperierlq d Huskies were well-bale ced Bears. The seasonlff as shown to the wv'l'renllZl1!lacKay rilled a ds then reversed NLE ,,, 55540 yardilthrough the com- M I on ' J- ' 2 em 1 Qfor the tpuchdown. gm ow , 13354, there wfxtfe no outstanding stars-the Bears packed power in every department and s-ew. well earned thesiilliampionsnflla. For the Huskies, Carson, Early and Fitzgerald were a tower of strength in a team whicklilgnowed brief flashes of power. 5 Once morggfthe Hardlgllrophy graces our campus-may its rest be long in Alberta. fi: 1 Q-Aa-M L ,Russ T ,, ALBERTA -SASKATCHEWAN SERIES -4Ylfl1"wf'1V?f-ik -,mtv lr-sagdlg-Af-lHllll.,T Toe-'algal b ALBERTA 33 - SASKATCHEWAN O ' gil! T ALBERTA Q6 A SASKATCHEWAN o JW, aiu I ' ,Ex H re goes For a forward al Clarke Stadium. d A ' - .4 22. "vw wi X g 7-5 Axe - g ' Q F.. X .Ita i F: Ku W 4 v N - Sify' .K vu X1 5 1"'x QA fx lnterlac Rugby fa The Victorious Med-Pharm-Denis. This year three teams participated in the very successlul lnterlac Rugby League, the Med-Pharm-Dents, the Engineers and the Arts-Ags. The Med-Pharm-Dents placed top in the scheduled league by winning three ol their Four games, followed by Arts-Ags and Engineers, respectively. The latter team garnered only one victory, leaving the Arts-Ags and Med-Pharm-Dents the play for the championship. This Final game resulted in a 6-1 victory lor the Med-Pharm-Dents by a last-minute touchdown. Q Students acted as coaches and managers ol the teams with excellent results, Appreciation is extended to the coaches, managers and referees lor their services SANDY GILCHRIST lt's a kick! Who's go! the ball? Page Seventy A Manager . ' Iii . l r i a Q I . I - .3 l l l l l l i I cgfzofzfa, chlwzcoaaf Anatole "The Face" Roshko. Coach Tommy Hays-Veni, vidi, vinci. Lil Gibson Cnot wiping her noseD broad jumping. Concentration. Arch Campbell cloes the Western Roll. Howard Hall in action. The Combines never knew what hit them. A vvorm's-eye view ol l'lajash, the muscle man. Drouin, l-lall, l'l. Mclnnis, Grunert, raclceteers. Booby trap, or surface geology. Soby-a very good reason for the popularity of tennis. Fraser and Jones in an unguarcled moment. A Nix ,f , ii 1 . vi- K'- -41 ' 'HQ-+I 6 . ja., l' 'glial f LNQFSQXX -"jig ,W f "K .f Nm.-sg fs lf 'Z A fi'-"W X-lf. - 'Q if me ii S 'eb i ' ' . If . sfmijy ? i.-lf 4-A" ix ilu ,J - i 4 I 5 c.s. 0- ' b. " 1 at 1-T 1 5 M y i Sl ,i t K. y .ly .ks Page Seventy-one film Gqufunzlz . Freshie Registration. Q. Pie-eyed candidate. 3. Cheering viewpoint. 4. l-lelmer and friend. 5. Quigley, lreshies, and "Emcee" l-lelmer 6. Conference. 7. Johnny and Barb . . . a happy com- bination. 8. l'louse-eccers Cronlchite, Balclce Courtney. 9. Third Year Electricals. I fff. X A iifif, .,,,6v 6'3" 3 G X ,, 5 lx f Q x-.SQ Xi L' LE' xl X Klll iii' Page Sf'I't'lll!1-l1l'0 if f Q V ami msgs L! Doug "Jack Frost" Love is Prom's coolest customer. Barn Dance Committee plugs lor Coca Cola. Bob Malcarolf, Rose Wannop, and Bus Osborne on Med. rool . . . .lolwnny Lauriente, Len Kirclwotl, Charlie Kirlcvold and ,lim Macl.eodi ready lor the Barn Dance. Two fourth year Wireworms, Jaclc Setters and Warren Doze, going a little mental. Ernie Cudby and Marg Fazaclcerley, "Out ol tlwis World." Gutdoor Club worl4 party . . . note tl'1e several superintendents . . . pretty Pi Plii pledges parley. V Memorial Service lweld in Con. l'lall. Power plant addition under con struction. sr i c if X K N1 Q J ,XZ W 4 -.-- Page Seventy-three ,QR 1' 1 '.. 1. 3- .,. .0 - Iv' " -5 'Y "' K 'Rf '-"' Freshman CldSS "O3ii5f'f.f'ES '55 i cg. lYf" t 121' THE EXECUTIVE Koch, Wagner, McDaniel, Waddell, Jackson l"laving made our marlc in the vvorld Carfd on countless bewildering registration lormsb, we entered this "vale of tears" with Freshman lntroduction Week. Decked out in loveiy Green and Gold trimmings Cand looking more green than goldj, we hid our humiliation and paid reluctant homage to the lords and ladies ol the uppaclass. Walking in gutters at the approach of seniors, entering doors baclcwards, and displaying on large placards our names and phone numbers, we desperately hoped for the end of the vveelc. Never were Freshies more obviously Freshies. ln November, Frosh elections held the spotlight, preceded by colorful and spirited campaigns. Stiff competition lor positions on the Frosh executive put other classes to shame. At the Froph, styled "Moonshine" for something like thatj the Freshies and Sophs tromped on each others' toes and justled their bustles in an extremely successful dance at the Mac. ln sports the Freshman class displayed many athletes' feats, and brought its Fresh energy and en- thusiasm into every Varsity activity. To quote Ross Jeffries, Frosh president, "The Freshies have been instilled with unlimited quantities ol the Spiritfsb ol U. of A. Page S0zvcnly1fo11r po. fx ...fv- HAZEL BENNETT, Onowdy JEAN BEVAN, Edmonton NEAL BLACKBURN, Edmonton ROBERT BLACKETT, Edmonton ERNEST BOETTCHER, Radway ERWIN BOETICHER, Bruderheim CALVIN BOWNESS, Edmonton WILLIAM BOYAR, Edmonton JOHN BRADBURY, Prince Albert, S ALAN BRAY, Calgary MARION BRENNAN, Daysland HENRY BREZER, Edmonton JAMES BROWXN, Moose Jaw, Saslc. MILDRED BROWN, Edmonton RUTH BROWN, Lloydminster, Saslc. GEORGINA BROWNELL, Knee Hill Vy GENEVIEVE BRUCE, Bruce JAMES BRYANT, Peace River KEITH BRYANT, Red Deer PHYLLIS BUCHAN, Lethbridge nfl if lm or 'nfwn Til if 73 Hi in or 1 I LORENZ ADAM Edmonton DOUGLAS ALLEN, Raymond JEAN ANDERSON, Edmonton ALEXANDER ANDREKSON, Barons BRUCE ANGUS, Edmonton GERTRUDE ARMBRUSTER, Stony Plain JOAN ARMSTRONG, Eanonton PAULINE ARNETT, Edmonton HUGH ASHFORD, Calgary DORIS M. Ausrm, Edmonton ROBERT BADEN, Calgary BRUCE BAKER, Killam JOHN BAKER, Edmonton RITA BAKKE, Hythe NEIL BARNES, Edmonton GERALD BARRY, Edmonton WALTER BATIUK, Edmonton WILLIAM BEATTIE, Edmonton WALTER BEESTON, Daysland ERNEST BELIK, Coleman "XS--.,.,, Rv THADDEUS CHARNE Edmonton MARSHALL CHMILAR, Mundare DERYCK CHOATE, Red Deer JOHN CHOATE, Red Deer RALPH CLARK Calgary ROY CLARK, Edmonton GORDON COATES, Mrlla Ru-fer DAVID COLLS, Trail, BC, GWEN COOK, Edmonton RODERICK COOK, Edmonton JEAN COOKE, Edmonton GLORIA COOPER, Edmonton JOHN COUGHLAN, Edmonton LOIS COURTNEY, Victoria, B.C. JANET COVEY, Edmonton MARGARET CRAIG, Bently RUTH CRONKHITE, New Dayton JOHN CUNNINGHAM, Edmonton CHARLES CURTIS, Trail, BC. HUGH CURRIE, Medicine Hat l l -r 'fi E4 ,E D, JMB, tm nj pt. for f .L- FLOYD BUCKHOLZ, Winterburn BRUCE BURGESS, Calgary ALLAN BURNARD, Theodore, Sask. NORMAN BURNETT, Calgary KAY BURNHAM, Cardston ' JP' DONALD BURTON, Plenty, Sask. WILLIAM BURTON, Lousana ROBERT BUTLER, Edmonton ALBERT BZOWY, Rycroft CHRISTOPHER CAIRNS, Kitscoty HYMAN CALMAN, Lethbridge COLIN CAMPBELL, Calsarv ALINE CAOUETTE, Lesel JAMES CARMICHAEL, Edmonton CECIL CARRICK, Rosetown, Sask. gt MARGARET CARTER, Delia RUTH CARTER, Berwyn SHEILA CARY, Camrose MARILYN CASEY, Edmonton FRANCIS CHARETTE, Pincher Creek nun- Page Sezvfrlty-Sir RINALDO D'AMICO, Hillcrest ZUPITO D'AMICO, Nordegg DORIS DAU, Three Hills VERNON DAVID, Edmonton BARBARA DAVIDSON, Edmonton DONALD DAVIES, Vermilion JOY DAWSON, Roclwfort Bridge JACK DAY, Edmonton HENRY DEERING, Estuary, Saslc. FREDERICK DEW, Edmonton RENE DIAMOND, Blairmore ROGER DION, Edmonton KEITH DIXON, Calmar HERBERT DOFKA, Edmonton MARSHALL DOLINSKY, Myrnam JOSEPH DONOVAN, Edmonton LYDIA DONIS, Edmonton MAURICE DOWNIE, Carstairs JAMES DUNN, Edmonton EDWARD EASTON, Edmonton CLAUDE ECCLES, Spruce Grove ALLAN EDWARDS, Edmonton ALLEN EDWARDS, Three Hills LAURA EDWARDS, Calsefv ANNIE ELLESTAD, Red Deer ILMAR ERDMAN, Barons KARL ERDMAN, Barons WILLIAM ESDALE, Calgary BERNICE ESHPETER, Deysland PHYLLIS ESTRIN, Edmonton ALEX FALLOW, Edmonton JEAN FARRELL, Marwavne GERALD FASMAN, Calgary NATALKA FERBEY, Edmonton CRAWFORD FERGUSON, Trochu ELIZABETH FILIPKOWSKI, Vermilion GERALD FITZPATRICK, Edmonton T ' W IDQ IW or If f W W ,.. ,L.,,.,1 - - 4, . N , , .5 .M 3' wi, ii llllll fllf ,lx , F-J , ,A ,, I ,W Quia lg gi.11Ll.fii:.:i.l ii Page Seventy-seven, RODERICK DOUGLAS, Granum MARVIN DOWER, Edmonton DONALD DOWNIE, Edmonton an A 4 Ar' " . ff ff? ln 1 v ' ,456 j 1. -.Z JAMES GRANT, Three Hills LEONARD GREENBERG, Calgary JACK GREENE, Edmonton DOUGLAS GREENOUGH, Edmonton K Tx. uf I V! I , - I illi- ARTHUR GREENWOOD, Bassano PAUL GREENWOOD, Edmonton MARY GREER, Kzrrobert, Seslc. JOHN GROOMBRIDGE, Clyde D. GUENTHER, Hallonquisr, Saslc. GWENDOLYN GUILD, Lethbridge LILLIAN GUITARD, Olds GEORGE GUNN, Ardrossan FRANKLIN HALBERT, Edmonton LEROY HALL, Stavely ESTER HARDIN, Edmonton SAMUEL HARDIN, Edmonton ALEX. HARPER, Lethbridge ROY HARRIS, Edmonton LORIN HARRISON, Jasper HENRY HASEGAWA, Edmonton 1. fx.. ...M .X - .... . .5 1 flkiy 'mfg' '1 -,r Q'-1 Mill inf Unix ,HA ,Iwi . - - ,g Q 1, .'-Y xi, Q ,ut lv. Jl,l.'t.l'1.,J Ll. fs li 0. Page Seventy-eight ll l PHYLLIS FLEMING, Grande Prairie AMY FONG, Edmonton ROBERT FORBES, Waslcatznau BLAKE FORREST, Edmonton ELDON FOWLER, Waskatenau RONALD FRANCIS, Taber MARGARET FRASER, Edmonton WILLIAM FREDRICK, Edmonton IRENE FREED, Jarvie THERESE FRERE, Trochu AUDREY FYSH, Moose Jaw, Saslt, GEORGE GARBUTT, Calgary ANSEL GARFIN, Edmonton ERIC GEDDES, Edmonton LILLIAN GEHRKE, Red Deer N WILLIAM GIBB, Magrath ETHEL GIBSON, Chilliwack, B.C. D. GERALD GILLIES, Picrurebutte EMSLEY GODBY, Edmonton 115 WALTER GORESKY, Edmonton 'PV' qv- CC' 1-if Q? C11 f' M AILEEN IRWIN, Calgary ROBERT JACK, Clyde NANCY JACKSON, Edmonton ROBERT JACKSON, Edmonton ROSS JEFFERIES, Calsafv WILLAM JEWITT, Trail, B.C. ALBERT JOHNSON, Edmonton VERNON JOHNSON, Edmonton BOYNE JOHNSTON, Lethbridge IRENE JOHNSTON, Edmonton JANET JOHNSTON, Drumheller WILLIAM JOHNSTON, Edmonton DOROTHY JONES, Clyde WILLIAM JONES, McLennon RONALD JONES, Edmonton WILLIAM JULIAN, Strathmore BETTY KAISER, Vermilion M. KASKINO, Edmonton JOHN KENNEDY, Broadview, Sask. HUGH KENT, Merwaynz WST if I liwlfi IIE" I' XII-Nil 'fx'-I xlwl' -'Il will X, N tm, , , V, lI Ul .., i. rm' , ga' w ,at-N -,N , N! r,f or 1 . .I :J , Ui ,ny ,H STANLEY HAUCK, Hudley GERALD HEANEY, Edmonton ELIZABETH HELLER, Beaverlodgz SAMUEL HENDERSON, Edmonton STEPHEN HNATKO, Freedom JOSEPH HOCKHAUSEN, Provost VERA HOLE, Edmonton DONALD HOLLEY, Trail, B.C. KATHERINE HOLMES, Fort Sask, LESLIE HOLMES, Bentley DENNIS HOUGAN, Edmonton JOHN HOUSE, Gleichen NORMA HOWARD, Edmonton DELBERT HUETHER, Edmonton MARY HUSTON, Macleod MAVIS HUSTON, Ashcroft, BC. FLORA HUTCHINGS, Edmonton LLOYD HUTTON, H anna DON HYDE, DeWinton ROBERT INGLIS, Wetaskiwin 1 . ,I -5. ,, I I , I I1 'I I "Fmt: JJ S- :JDJ at E 'xx X X JOHN KILIK, Leduc ALICE KJOS, Cedosdn ALAN KNOLL, Edmonton IRENE KOBLANSKI, Chinman JOHN KOCH, Medncnne Hat STEPHANIE KOBYLNYK, Derwent NESTER KOHUT, Emoress ALFRED KONESKY, Vancouver EUPHEMIA KOROLUK, Vermulion NORA KOWALSKI, Bon Accord DONALD KREUTZ, Wetaskrwin STAN KREZANOSKI, Edmonton ZETTA KRUKOWSKI, TIWOYSDY DAVID KUSHNER, Edmonton GEORGE KUTZAK, Vancouver, BC FRED LANGMAN, Edmonton THOMAS LAKUSTA, Edmonton MARGARET LATTER, Edmonton HARLEY LARGE, Spnnssvde, Sask. GORDON LARSEN, Strome N fx s...- sr , 4' Page Eighty EVELYN LAWRENCE, Fort S.-xslt. JEAN LAZARUK, Dolphin SYLVAIN LEFEBRE, Lesal PHILIP LESCELLEUR, Regina, Sesk. ARNOLD LESK, Medicine Hat EDWARD LEWKO, Edmonton CLARE LIDEN, Holden NEVILLE LINDSAY, Edmonton EDITH LINNEY, Edmonton ESER LIFSETT, Edmonton DOUGLAS LOGAN, Calgary DONALD LOUGHEED, Calgary MARY LOWE, Edmonton SARAH LUTSKY, Edmonton LORNA LYSTER, Edmonton DONALD MucDONALD, Edmonton- JEAN MACDONALD, Ponolce RICHARD MACDONALD, Edmcnton MARGARET MacKAY, Edmonton DONALD MACKAY, Edmonton ij 77 if ,'-2 it I I I Xl 'G I- ,KN ,Vg -.I , 1 . ' R. 1 I t v ' - JL L:-5 , vt A 1: L' 1,5 l HAROLD MacKAY, Edmonton JACOUELINE MACKAY, Edmonton JOAN MacKAY, Edmonton AGNES MacKENZlE, Calgary THELMA MacKENZlE, Stettler CLIFFORD MacLEOD, Edmonton THERESA MacRAE, Edmonton, KATH. McADAM, Assinalooia, Saslc. ,HUGH MCBRIDE, Lloydminster, Saslc. THERESA M:CARTHY, Edmonton MARIAN McCLELLAN, Edmonton MAYNARD MCCUNE, Lougheed RODERICK McDANlEL, Calgary DONALD McDONALD, Lacombe LEO McDONELL, Edmonton MAVIA McKAY, Biggar, Sask. MERCEDES McKAY, Biggar, Saslc. ENID MLLAUGHLIN, Edmonton GORDON McLEAN, Edmonton DONALD McMlLLAN, Edmonton Page Eighty-one EDWARD McNALLY, Lethbridge RONALD McNElL, Edmonton. CHALMERS McNlCHOL, High River SHIRLEY McPHAIL, Olds GERALDINE MAEEE, Oliver, B.C. FREDERICK MACENKO, Calgary MYRTLE MAGNUSON, Lomond ALEXANDER MAIR, Edmonton MAURICE MAKOWICHUK, Edmonton JAMES MALONE, Edmonton MARJORIE MARCOFF, Gibbons MARGARET MARSHALL, Calgary HERBERTA MARTIN, Edmonton GORDON MATTHIAS, Edmonton CLAUDE MAY, Cardston ELEANOR MAY, Calgary JOHN MAZEPPA, lnnislrze RUSSEL MELBY, Calgary JOANNE MELDRUM, Edmonton NADYA MELNYCHUK, Edmonton TH Til TS, , 'Z I ,LM wliil A, . I if-i i N. , I V i , , - .o.1,i.,,,ilJ,. . i.. 4.-.-,-A 4,i,,...,,, , ,,,,- E. ,,., LW wiki . JM HAMILTON NEELANDS, Edmonton LOIS NEILSON, Edmonton ALLAN NELSON, Cluny LOREE NELSON, Cardston EILEEN NELSON, Mayertlioroe GERTRUDE NELSON, Wetaskiwin JEAN NETTLETON, Calgary KENNETH NEWCOMBE, Calgary DOROTHY NEWTON, Penticton, B.C. GEORGE NICKOLOFF, Edmonton EDWARD NICHOLSON, Cadomin RALPH NIXON, Nanton MARY NOY, Rosebud JOHN O'BRlEN, Berwyn JOAN O'ROUKE, Calgary ARTHUR OSWALD, Wetaskiwin OLIVE OXLAND, Lethbridge BYRON PALMER, Lethbridge NANCY PASCOE, Edmonton DONALD PATTERSON, Edmonton i. ' vi i 1 A i , i i lx lf 'Xi lJl.uil, i:"N full I l' dll , .gn ,ltxtydk-. J' 'l N - ,E L. ,, ,-,,,,,,-,,,.,,.--,.-. ...-...,L...-..l.1 E nrt if aiu, dljh ,lil I!-A. 'W' Page lfi'q11!y-lim RUDOLPH MELNYCHUK, Edmonton PAUL MELNYCHN, Big Valley ALEXANDER MELNYK, Gratz ARTHUR METZNER, Barrhead LILLIAN MICHALUK, Edmonton ELFRIEDE MILBRADT, East Coulee WARREN MILLARD, Edmonton ALAN MILLER, Lloydminster, Sask. ROBERT MILNER, Wainwright DOREEN MITCHELL, Lamont IAN MITCHELL, FERNIE, B.C. WILLIAM MORISON, Ponoka ALEXANDER MOYSA, Edmonton CLARENCE MUHLBACH, Sibbald NELS MULLOY, Wetaskiwin THOMAS MUNDY, Edmonton ALEXANDER MURRAY, Cal5afY MARGARET MURRAY, Berwyn NADINE MUZYKA, Vesreville ERNEST NACHTIGAL, Edmonton 2 N l FRANK PAWLOWSKI, Vilna LEO PIERCE, Carolside JOYCE PERKINS, Edmonton GRACE PETTIFOR, Coleman JOHN PETTIS, Edmonton ROY POWLAN, Calgary KEITH PROVOST, Wetaskiwin SOPHIE PUCHALIK, Caronado MARION PUFFER, Edmonton MARGERY RAMSAY, Lacombe RUTH RENNER, Cal5d"Y JAMES RICE, Edmonton ALBERT RICHARDS, Calgary PHIL RIVARD, Edmonton GEORGINA RIVET, Vimy BETTY JEAN ROBB ALAN ROBERTSON, Three Hills JEAN ROBERTSON, Stony Plain MARY ROBERTSON, Westcott RICHARD ROBINSON, Calgary ?-lu? Tru' MAURICE ROE, Edmonton MARIAN ROGERS, Paradise Vallev IRMA ROLF, Edmonton ENID ROPER, Rimb2Y JOHN ROSEBOROUGH, Port Akberni NETTY ROSENBERG, Edmonton MILDRED ROSENBERGER, Edmonton ORENE ROSS, Coronation RICHARD ROUSSEAU, Edmonton JOHN RUSSEL, Calgary BLAKE RYAN, Pincher Creek EMIL RYSKI, Edmonton ROY SAITO, Opal EVELYN SAMUELS, Edmonton WILLIAM SANDE, Cal9d"Y DAN SANDULAK, Bellevue DOUGLAS SCHOENING, Lethbrldse ALWYN SCOTT, Edmonton JOHN SCRIMGEOUR, CalSaI'Y FLOYD SEARLE, Mdfifdth Vg J"W.'C3:l1U' WU' U lla Ji Nl 5 7 I 111, f- 1 4? , 7 PETER STOUT, Yorltton, Saslc. MARY ELLEN STREEPER, Ednonton JOSEPH STREETER, Edmonton ALEC SUSTRIK, Mannvnlle ELVYN SWAYNE, Paradise Valley FRED SYRNYK, I-Innes Creek ELIZABETH SZILAGYI, Calgary NICHOLAS TAYLOR, Bow Island FRED TERENTIUK, Lethbridge ETHEL TORCHINSKY, Calgary EUGENE TRADEMAN, Edmonton CHARLES TYRRELL, Edmonton PAUL VINEY, Edmonton FRANCES WADDELL, Calgary ELAINE WAGNER, Edmonton HERBERT WAHL, New Sarcota ALLAN WALKER, Vulcan GORDON WALKER, Edmonton ROBERT WALKER, Nanton JEAN WALLACE, Lacombc "Z: ' L- . .- V , ,, P Hlllt ul' l I 'QL gl l J E , Q J! VJ l ,flllllm X' Et '43 Pugr' E1'gl1If1 fum' ,Y SAMUEL SHAMLY, RIDLEY SHAW, Calgary ETHEL SHELENE, Edmonton SONIA SHEPTYCKI, Mundare RICHARD SHERBANIUK, Vegreville JOCELYN SIMPSON, Edmonton ALLAN SINCLAIR, Calgary MADELINE SINGER, Edmonton WALTER SINGER, Edmonton ALICE SKEITH, New Dayton ROMEO SKWAROK, Edmonton ARLINE SMITH, Cardston DURENE SNOW, Raymond ROBERT SPENCER, Mirror FRANCES STANLEY, Edmonton ERMA STAUFFER, Edmonton DONALD STEED, Cardston EDWARD STEWART, Edmonton MARGARET STEWART, Edmonton RUSSELL STOGRYN, Edmonton D. WILTON-CLARK, Drumheller TOM WITBECK, Raymond JON WOLFE, Vulcan LORNA WOOD, Wzstlock DONALD WOOLLEY, Megrath CYRIL WORTS, Redcliffe MERRON WO'fWITKA, Edmonton JAMES WYLIE, Hanna DORIS WYNDHAM, Granger ANDREW WYNNYK, Stry MICHAEL YASKIW, Thorsby IRA YOUNG, Edmonton CLARENCE YOUNGS, Didsbury GEORGINA YULE, Calgary WILLIAM ZELENKO, Edwand WALTER ZINTER, Calgary Aww nf I l E , .... A - lil, IL, gt ,I ' U 'll 'tl' ll ,. n -E 5, l, WA, 1, l, l l f l .- -E .- ,Q 1 JAMES WALLBRIDGE, Bentl2Y FREDERICK WARD, Calgary IDA WARKE, Royalties RUSSEL WARWARUK, Edmonton LILLIAN WASIUIA, Calmar VIRGINIA WEBB, Edmonton MARGUERITE WEIR, Calgary MARY WEIR, Calgary MILDRED WEISER, High Rnver GORDON WEISSER, Edmonton ELIZABETH WELLS, Edmonton VERNON WHITE, Edmonton NORMAN WHITE, Edmonton HAROLD WILLIAMS, Edmonton KATHLEEN WILLIS, Moose Jaw, Sasll EVELYNE WILSON, Clcotolcs PATRICIA WILSON, Edmonton SHIRLEY WILSON, Drumheller Page Eight y1 Eve Contents WINTER SOCIALS WINTER SPORTS CAMPUS CLUBS SOPHOMORES JUNIORS EXTRA CLASS PICTURES -. I "N Y I I ,gf 'ull A A fa ,232 NX 'N-Y u X LJ: zfilxq' A I x f 'H' 6' l X N f f Aw 6 X n. 2 A . X "3 1- f I ' XTQNNNXA ' ff , ki ff, XX Vflxr' M94 A51.-glsizqg NT9' "gut ew M: if 7' '- gs u V 1 IP 5 om 13 5 1. 1 ,lQ'u'g'f"7? -Y: V' - Vi' 1' ' ' I-"'l'f""' -L lf Q7 i U 14.17 -Q-iff gf: gm .vp HQ 'fV:.'2."'NL!" 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'Q 'E f -5 fy: gif A--we f'W"" uq p., , , -V 'raw' 2X STUDENT! . . . by Shirley Wilson and Gerry' Har- rison, and Vic McCune eyeing 2 him suspiciously. Unfortun- ately, at this time, the majority of the 'Torty Bee1'men" were out living up to their reputa- 'ehudi spent most of his tion. Just as Yehudi was leav- the Miners' tunnel, this ing ' this spot, he saw Bob M e he - idi had no trouble get- to the Engineers' Ball. rely posed as a bottle of Ale, and was immedi- ragged in by Art Stevin- ad was the best place toi Buckley lurch up to th C m n the dirt. However, hei icals' model, ,say in an mder cver to the Chemi-' ing voice, "Light of my lsplay, where he saw and ask her for a dance. A . . . hy YEHUIJI . t is V Yehudi was rushed off his can, Where he saw winged feet after the Engineers' and 0115129 ROSS, T0111 Balhvisitingthe more frequent- iii Gggng E7l?gP4E'6Wan,s, ed haunts. He toured "The was accomianjed by a A Greasy SP0011," mule Little! blush,which was brought al Rea Hen," 'fJ0an's," and Hnallyi when Yehufu, thinking shdf into the Pan-Arneri-i alone ventured a sly Win!! Justice Cf- :I f , 5 w 1 W -, ,-' - Na 5 W hy YEHUDI . . hy YEHUDI s JGGFS that 411'-.1612 XSTUDENTI ,..by dropped mto Tuck for a miikshake, Mum afternoon and saw ques and Bert Hall px Carroll leaning over a. ever next day's assi f girls, Art Stevinson, and Mercedes am1'Ma Daze and Hal Cormzick Kay just watching the aforesaid topic, Carlg GE course, Yehudi's w trying to get some blocked by a pile oi Robertson and Sheiia bi h h le d lat' W c e 'came in their food! stock property, plank Waiting' for effect by Mr. Roy. hy yfnum . . . hy YEHUDI . . . hy YEHUIJI 53' '. ., - Y 4, f 5, gg incur ., a 'ps' -ww V 87" v fr' J r nf- '41 1 1 ' its 3: . '-:Ms . . j 'Mfg ' M431-g . , 1, . ' a .jL5f'TI ,fa ' , ,f-Y x Q ax- 5, -. , -11'f' ' J J OP . :ahve-v-Q-P ,A . . f, 1 ,k i ,, ' X ,ma .,-fr , . ,A X, A ' . . g,.:1,g. .5 Q H f x ' , - X---A ,A-v. . - f ' wr? g- 3,1 , -V1 . -' . Qw-aa. Mi, , 5 , rg, . f K 5 wff":.f ' . Q., gg-.' ,- .91 ,, - . , xJ"",41 E' W- ,rl . ' I :HN ' . 5 U. --.QRS R' xr . 1 ,.:ts1,f..zh, - - -, 5 . . ' yr-fm. , X. ,. ililigxl xgi 1 1 ffq' x 1, N I l films le 1' X4 ia?-x,..lxs - , ' New .. -lg ,, 'fs I .f .,,v'. 4- ga dal +- si - 'SES .Egg ar, Qutdoor Club With an early and enthusiastic start, Bob Walker, newly elected president, led the Qutdoor Club through- out a successful year. Smartening up of the kitchen and roof repairs by Norm. l-lollies C1943-44 executivel was much appreciated by the current crowd. Each Sunday afternoon, in the fall season, amidst cries of Hlimberlu and rasping of the cross-cut, worlc parties prepared the way for winter activities. A record crowd set out from luck on a hilarious hayride, pausing only briefly to piclc up survivors from a "hay-wreclcf' During the snow season slders swarmecl the hill, and thawed at the cabin's hearth. lntroducing the first Trolley Tramp, a crowd careened round the town in a vintage 'l9'lO loonerville, complete with sinlcers, jive and java, causing a minor riot at First and Jasper. The venture was highly successful, and it is hoped will become an annual feature of the Club. THE EXECUTIVE ffl! ff ffl! l f i?'ZTQ-ZTLZLKQ ifzx-' fps, 2 , at '- f7':QffIE Aigfrl .1 X .1 fnf 7' AT THE CABIN ON THE SKI HILL THE FAMOUS TROLLY PARTY. FRIENDLY, EH! Page N inety-lhree acu.l.,s,.:' fl ar' E N If T116 ' .. 4 :auf-': i fy . ll Q-'A' 'QSQL 4 -v ,. J' h , ' ,.'v?oL bl, Ffh V avg his '23, IIXITERFAC Since the covered rinlc was talcen over by the Army, hoclcey at the university this year vvas confined to an lnterlaculty league. Games were played on the open- air rinlc on the grid. The league-consisting ol Med-Pharm-Dents, Engineers, and Arts-Ag-Com-vvas rather late in opening. A laclt ol playing facilities posed a problem for a time, with Students' Council Finally getting around to the question ol a rinlc. First games were played early in January. Coaches ol the teams were: Med-Pharm-Dents, Bruce lVlacKay, Arts-Ag-Com, Frank Quigley, Eingineers, Bill Dimoclc Playoll games were sudden-death in variety. ' ln the semi-Final M-P-D's defeated A-A-C by a 5 to 4 margin. Coach NlacKay's squad then vvent on to win the league championship for the second successive season by stopping Engineers 7 to 3 in the Final. Franlc Quigley won the Dr. Shoemaker award as the most va'luable player to his team. ' .R .. ,X x j .X ik- I - f THE ENGINEERS. LEAGUE WINNERS. Front Row: LAURIENTE CMgr.D, MACDONALD, KUDRYK, SETTERS DIMOCK, SPENCE, SANDE. Back Row: McGUFFlN, JONES W., HAJASH, KOCH, GUENTHER, PROCTOR. Page N in cly-four .f. A 'Q 'Cas UQYTQ X A ,Q , 5 X x if f -is-'-.xx- l rl ,- Hockey ,,,,-T W-- .AM , -H T N--- , V ' 1 I i . v . A THE MED-DENTS INTERFAC CHAMPIONS Second row: Dlouin, Jefferies, Jones, H.p Hall. Front row: Chonko, MacKay, Miller, Lappn. CAbsent: Dixon and Benedichj JONES CLEARS ' ' fum' ' ' " ' THE MEDS IN A TOUGH SPOT 45 2"': . , , 1 - ,Y Car, 'firm - . X JEFFERIES AND JONES HOT AFTER DIMOCK Quleuzv ATTACTCS szrrzns Ross MacKAY Page Ninety-five ll A If M VK Men,s Senior Basketball Nori Nishio l Del Steed Reed Payne Vi Woods tCoachD Phil Proctor AI Manifold Alex Anderson Don Steed The victorious team brings home the Rigby Cup Reed Payne adds to his laurels ax N ll l .. -23 grrjji-1 lX' 'jj To l lt TF .T ' l fisigil' flfllfl .. iLx.ff'.'a 1 f f 4. ,..,-,.,i,,g,,,-- ,r --- 'l944-45 saw the University Golden Bears enjoying the most successlul season they have had lor some time. Not only were they champions ol the Edmonton Men's Basketball league but they also won the much coveted Rigby Trophy, emblematic ol collegiate basketball suprem- acy in the west. Ably guided by their coach Vi Wood, a lormer Varsity player, they romped through the season dropping only one game in sixteen starts. The speedy Bears defeated four strong city teams to win the E.M.l3.l.. Participa- tion here gave the team experience and needed practice lor the coming inter- collegiate series with the Universities ol Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The Q3rd ol February lound the Golden Bears travelling to Saskatoon to compete in a week-end series ol games against the highly rated l'luskies and a lighting Brown and Gold team from Manitoba. The Bears triumphed by downing the l-luskies 33-Q3 and the Manitoba Brown and Gold 43-95. March 3rd found the determined and grim l-luskies again meeting deleat in our own Athabasca gym by scores ol Q8-Q5 and 33-3i. The inter-collegiate series was a great success and will long be remembered by the participating players lor the en- joyable trip to Saskatoon and the out- standing sportsmanship shown in all the games. Don Steed, the team's speedy lorward, won the coveted "most valuable player to his team" award in the city league to in- crease to three the trophies held by the Golden Bears. Al Manilold, playing his last year, was team captain and held his players steady through many a tense moment when the going was tough. Ed Patching, team manager, showed his executive ability by handling the teams allairs in a very capable fashion while Del Steed, playing President olMen's Basketball, helped guide basket- ball through one ol its most outstanding seaons. We all hope that next season is just as successful. The Alberta-Suk. Game in The Athabasca Gym Page Ninety-s'i :v I Womenys Senior Basketball With the proposed lntercollegiate series in mind, Women's basketball went into full swing early in the Tall. Practices open to all were held for a couple of weeks until coach Tommy Mcflocklin could determine the most Fitting squad to represent the U. of A. Looking among the "chosen few" we Find such old Taithluls as Causgrove, Krys, l-lole and Callaway, and such promising newcomers as Dunlop, Jones, Stanley, Moll, l'loward and Bennett. This squad really set out in earnest to prove their worth and entered the city league. Competition tion. 'X TOMMY McCLOCKLlN SYLVIA CALLAWAY Coach President was keen, but the Green and Gold showed they could present good opposi- Finally the long awaited day came and the co-eds-the newly named "'l3andas", along with Dandy the mascott, were enroute to Saskatchewan, where they were to battle with Saskatchewan l-luskiettes and Manitoba co-eds for the Cecil Race trophy. Never did the girls show so well that they knew their ball and that they had really had some coaching. Tommy had certainly put the girls through the A, B, Cs of Basketball. The close ol the afternoon game against the Co-eds saw the Pandas on top 49-29. Not quite four hours later, the girls of Green and Gold were battling it out with the l-luskiettes. What a gamel It was the thriller of the series. The last basket which dropped through the hoop with about 30 seconds to play gave Saskatchewan the game by two points. The series was continued at Alberta one week later. This game was almost as nerve-racking a thriller as the First. Again with but seconds to play, the score was tied, but the Huskiettes took the second game with the even narrower margin of one point. Even though the trophy was carried back to Saskatchewan, the coach and girls feel that they had a very success- ful year and are assured that now they have set basketball on the Ll. of A. campus on its feet again, that next year will see a different story. A vote of thanks goes to Tommy Mcflocklin for the Fine job he has donel Home from Saskatchewan-and only The Cecil Race Trophy hangs in the balance. After a long hard-fought game. two points behind. Page N inety-seven Back: Biamonle, Mason, Gibson, Soby, Semak. Front: Sannes, Hanna, Bratrud. Womenls lnterlac Basketball The season just ended has seen a return ol real interlac competition in Ladies' basketball. The spirit displayed by the forty or so enthusiasts turning out every week was indication enough of the super time had by all. Sylvia Callaway's Educationists walked away ucourt kings" lor the second consecutive year. The team was com- prised ol Gretta l'lanna, Dot Soby, Marion Sannes, l'lazel Bratrud, Betty Mason, Aurora Biamonte, l-lerta Moll, and Ruby Where's Tha! Ball? lVlen,S lnterlac Easketball Deksne. The nurses, led by Jackie Mackay were close runners up. For third place, Arts staged a comback alter spending the last few years in the basement. The year was a big success and a swell time was had by all, through the combined etforts of the girls, the manager Eleanor Krys, the coach and releree Tommy Mcclocklin, and our Athletic director Miss Foskett. Reed Payne, Men's lnterfaculty Basketball manager is to be congratulated on the smooth-Functioning league he handled this season. With a few exceptions everything ran oil as planned. At Christmas the manpower shortage caused a Med amalga- mation with the Dents and the league revolved into a four cylinder atfair. The Art-Education squad Finished the season undefeated and went on to cop the crown in a two game total-point battle with the second place Engineers. ln this Final, the Arts- Education quintet dropped their First game ol the season but managed to gain the margin of victory in the other. Aggies, former champs, ended up in third place, just two points above the last place Med-Dents. The Engineers beat out Aggies in the semi-Final to advance into the championship series. Thanks are tendered to those members of the Golden Bears who ollered their services as referees lor many ol the league games. Back: Burnham, Boyer, Erdman, Shields CMgr.j, Dunsworlh. Front: Jardine, Eggenberger, Seal and Munday. SQ if hi,- l Shields Sho: Page Nifncly-eight A D. R. CLANDININ Hon. President Agriculture Club Rohblee, Patching, McGinnis,WaH, Varseveld, Frazer, Barnes, Harrie: Though enrollment in the faculty ofAgriculture'was the smallest for some years, the K'Ags." were as prominent as ever among faculty clubs. An energetic executive under President Ed. Patching gave the freshmen a rousing welcome into the faculty with a Cafeteria supper during Freshman Introduction Week. Spirit thus promoted ensued TOOCZJ enrollment in the Club. General meetings ol an entertaining and educational nature were held throughout the term. Agriculture colors were carried high in interfac sports competition, where "Aggies" showed their usual contempt for the pill-pounders and slip-stick joclceys. Special features which highlighted the year were the Ag. Club Formal held at the Masonic and the Annual Graduation Banquet at the Corona. 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Primarily it is a group of medical and pre-medical students living at the "Med House ' or in close contact with it. The purpose of the Club is to bring together a congenial group ot fellows whose common interest is medicine. The only ditterence between our Club and a Fraternity is that as yet we have not been granted a Charter. ln the mean- time the Club has the enthusiastic interest of international AKK as well as permission to use its name, The Club started in 1937 as the fxesculapian Club Since that time it has gradually progressed to the present medical club with an alumnus-register of over one hundred doctors. Doctors and internes are Frequent visitors, we have en- joyable parties and discussions. Our additional aim is to help the University and the Medical Faculty in any way that we can. EXECUTIVE President: RAYMOND DUNCAN Vice-President: GORDON MATHIAS Secretary: JOHN DEPEW Treasurer: ELMER JOHNSON 'SS 'fi' Q'- iff I U 4 0 41 ' ,J . X 4 if : 7 - ' 'l3r?m ,,!,,f,ff ,ig fr "Shirley" "Fear-H" "George" "Bus" "E. J." "Rees" "Cac" Page One Hundred and One Le Carole Francais THE EXECUTIVE M Jones, J. Fraser, B. Fish, A. Snowdon, President L'a.nnee 1944-45 a ete parmi les meilleures clans l'histoire due Cercle Frangais. Les membres se sont assembles deux fois par mois pour parlerfrangais et pour l'entendre. Le programme, entre les mains d'un comite enthousiaste, a eine instructif et interessant. La variete des eauseries explique le secret de l'inte1'et montre par les membres. Mlle. Cameron a parle cle son sejour 5. Trois Pistolesg Mlle. Fraser des Ecossais vus par un humoriste frangeaisg et M. Townsend cllun voyage en Quebec. Mme. Werry a decrit L'Angleterre cle nos jours, et Mlle. Jones a donne une causerie sur les sonnefs de Ronsard. "Deux Semaines au Camp Fl'1II1Q2llSH etait le sujet. du diseours de Mlle. Cowan. M. Clark a donne une description amusante de la salle de dissection. Une Comedie improvisee par un groupe d'6tudiants a eu un sucees considerable. Quelques petites saynetites, des chansons et. des jeux franqais ont mis de l'entrain aux reunions. Une soiree soeiale a termine le programme de Vannee. Page One H umlred and Two Pallez-Vous? Mais Oui. - .,f,. 14' ,f,-QV. X M Qi in !'l.,35,-l 1 5 liillx SAVON .. dmv! ou. Jfff39'i7P i W bf. f V. 1 f N . :i a ' i 'gui' .ln iv.5"T leg gg , ill. aff, ' ' Sl P lgl lilfrf' Chemistry Club Dr. Davis, Grunert, Coggles, McCracken. f .. '-. T, w-.M The Chem Club looks back on 1945 as one ol its most interesting and successful years. This year vve were a Student chapter ol the Chemical lnsitute ol Canada. Through this vve enjoyed many meetings with the overtovvn Chemical Society. At these meetings vve heard various outstanding chemists spealc on topics relating to the importance ol Chemistry today. Cn the social side were a very successful House Dance, several parties and a pig wind-up banquet at the end ol the year. Much credit lor the good year goes to Diclc Grunert, President ol the club, who really put untiring etlort into his job. lfff ...ls X X . X ks . r if as' 1. Xl fl K . A fond farewell. Bob weighs 'em carefully. Check-or cook? My darling'. The props. .The sheik. I It might even work. Everything 0.k., Charlie? Page One Hundred and Three University 6 X am, Afsif. 'lox - f' all ' .' 5-I K i E3 .sO.. QQ X .e X iss ze' 4 its eff ' .5 x fp-,, r 4 eff. L il: xiii? fsg 6 'K Kali 'lor smooth performance, expert leadership and beautiful tone, the best yet . . "The iinest student production ever seen on this campus . . K'l-listory- malcers . . These were some oi the comments lavished on the worlc ol this year's Choir. No accident, the credit for what was unquestionably one ol the season's thrills goes to a group of seventy enthusiastic singers, a talented and exacting conductor, and a hard-worlcing executive. Conductor Gordon F. Clark wielded his baton with the polish and sureness oi an experienced maestro. The results, whether in the close-harmonied modulation oi Nobel Cain, or the measured lortissimos oi J. S. Bach, were testified to by note-delighted audiences. Alert and competent, Miss Kay Sheaby was sympathetic and expert as accompanist. oir Gordie and Kay discuss a line point. THE EXECUTIVE Left to right: "Tick" McCoy, Socials, Norris Bertrand, President, Helen Ireland, Sec.-Treasurer, Lois McLean, Vice'President, Kay Sheasbv, Accompanist, Ernie Nix, Publicityf Gordon Clark, Conductor. ln its Filth year, the University Choir has reorganized itseli into mixed chorus status. As such, it has widened its audience appeal, and become in some respects an alternative to the Philharmonic Society's operettas for student interest, lts one appearance ol the year was the Concert, held March 'lst and Qnd, Behind this well-produced performance lay hours oi note-hunting in rehearsal and plenty oi leg-worl: by a never-wearying executive. The Finished product was given, and received, with enthusiasm, The consensus seems to be that, musically speaking, the University Choir has superseded any- thing U. oi A. has seen yet. Within the limits of its own medium, very much will be expected ol it in the luture. THE UNIVERSITY CHOIR Page Una' lfllllllffll mid Ftllll' The Ca-ed Club MISS MARY FAUNT l-lon. President THE EXECUTIVE ' D. Ockenden, Sec., M. Oestreich, Vice-Pres , Kay Pierce, Presidentf M. Mallabcne, Treas. The Co-ed Club's third year has seen progress in both activities and membership. lt was arglanized as a club to replace the warm social contacts provided by the women's residence, Pembina a . The year began with a nonsensical Co-ed College Party. The Club gave an autumn dance for Navy boys, an evening which will be long remembered lor its pies. The hi-light of the year was the Co-ed lormal in February, with its theme HThe Rustle ol Spring." Culture had its due when the Club attended Faust later in February. The year ended with a banquet and an evening's entertainment, which featured the election of the new executive, The Club owes thanlcs to Miss Mary haunt, ' its l'lonorary President, the girls hope lor lurther years as successful as T944-45. COED LLII9 pLNuYTlN!r nfl!-E -nw-1 9 an . r' V Ii l ss.-A9t8N""' 1v"'h, . 3433- N Executive MEMBERS M. Davenport, M. Fairhead, P. Robertson, Y. lwashita, A. Herman viii in 5557 1062? 1 1 1 T- 1 f ',." 'X . I we gif., ' V:5:,,+ 7: I. -75' ' V ' 1 ' f 5 A ..i-1- .ar Y -' 'ft ' r -, Z ' .' Ts - hnf....g f.j.-f N . s-. .. . ' 'A 1555g:M'y5A U- Jw -rs-,H , 'Q :Q q, .- . J. s sg '55, wif' ' , ' g . H Y Lip:-. ms . : - - - " ' . ' - ' 1 ' ' - ' .I I Q. s :- gn 'K J sz - 1,4 .I Af P if 1 , AQ' " -:Jr Q..-fi' Z ,F- .. . . - .-se .1 - f n"f'?' i, l 'Sn'- . . L.. 1 -.1 ' - Q' .tg 1 .. -f-G. - .we iii' "" A ,. 1 is-.13 qi ,nzgfgigv . ri-is co.so FORMAL if 'l l "Rustic of Spring." Page One Hundred and Five 'W The CZQITITTTZFCZ MR. CLEM KING ARCH. CAMPBELL Hon, president President HELEN PLASTERAS Vice-President DAVE BENTLEY Sec.-Treasurer This year the Commerce Clubs almost depleted membership was reinforced by a large class of healthy and spirited Frosh, the largest since the Camrose Clutch First appeared on our campus. It was practi- cally impossible to hold as many club functions as the executive and members would have wished, but the few ahlairs that were crowded into the social calendar can well compare with any of former years. The club was fortunate this year in having Mr. Clem King as l'lonorary President. Mr. King is well-suited to the position, having been a member ol the club himself not many years ago. The activities ol the year opened with a supper meeting at which Mr. King was speaker. Right alter the holidays, members succumbed to the call of the great outdoors, and a very successful sleighride, Followed by a dance, was the result. Still later, the club attended, en masse, one of those Friday night waltz sessions at the Barn. And, ol course, the Annual Banquet and Dance at the Corona in March, rounded out a year ol good fellowship and l . Four ol this year's members are , nr We are proud to have them join our ranlcs and trut gf re will arrive on the campus in the near future. N -if T-li' E31 i if 1 f - ,. ., fi ,Q , ef I, 'rf'-V 1:54 5 ' -- fx it is P 1 f ,Nail ve A , 'z - 1 'f '11 i 6' '-if-.S E-uf? Y--I J' f in-My-f fr' Zi 1 , E A " f f' if .1-X Qi 3 F 2 f fag' fi? T 5.2 . yy. 1' ,is J, 5 ai Q., sg 'f .-fjtnfk' f 6 if ff if .4 W . as '7 1 . ' 1 ' Fw- J 4 . Z .apps 4 X Page One Hundred and Six: Debating and public Speaking Societies l fgi F 1 tix' QQ '5 ' : , Q?-Jacob f f ra i 65,2 g if fl f j - 4 Qi ' - 3 5 " Y ,Y-,,Z"fv viz? roi' 11.5 W4"' .1 -'fini' ' snr. T "' 3 ,R ' V, THE Executive I l i 5" V. Stralte, N. Lindsay, Pres, Public Speaking, E. Gander, ' ' Pres. Debating, R. Reynolds. I L U Q -F-5. ,, K Ve.- The Debating Society, after a hesitant beginning, during which time the question of an lnter-Varsity Con- ference or the lVlcGoun Cup Debates was threshed out, got well under way for a successful year. The pre-Christmas term was occupied chiefly with Society discussion meetings, and plans for the coming Debates. The only public function was an open meeting combined with the Political Science Club to hear Mr. Mowat, eminent Toronto publicist and lecturer, spealc on "The Situation in the Near East." Plans for l-lugill Trophy Debates, radio panel-discussions, and an enlarged lnter-Varsity Conference got under way after Christmas. The most outstanding event in the Debating Society's activities was the NlcGoun Cup Debates, when, for the first time in eleven years, our representatives brought the Cup baclc to Alberta. Garth Eggenberger and Art Boorman upheld the affirmative in Alberta, defeating Saslcatchewan by a unanimous decision. Joe Shoctor and l-lu l-larries journeyed to Vancouver, gaining a two to one decision over Ll.B.C. DEBATING PUBLIC SPEAKING: President: ERNIE GANDER I vawpfesaaeni. moms Macusam P'eS'de"'2 NW"-LE '-'NDSAY Secreggryg AMY FONG SZCrZtdrY2 VICTOR STRATTE Treasurer: ROY REYNOLDS McGOUN DEBATERS A J0'NT MEETING J. Shoclor, H. Hanics, G. Esgenberger, A. Boorman- Page One Hundred and Seven THE EXECUTIVE Dental Undergraduate Society Especially significant during the sessions of 1944-45 was the coming-of-age ot Dentistry at the U. of A., which reached Faculty status. Dr. W. Scott Hamilton was appointed Dean of the Faculty, TEN MEN AND A CHAIR having acted previously as Director ol the School of Dentistry. The members ol the D.U.S. actively contributed to the varied phases of campus life. Especially did "Dems" participate in football, tennis, golf, hockey, magazine collecting, and matrimony. The culminating activity, as ever, was the annual D.U,S. Banquet and Dance at the HlVlac.U The ending of the 1945 session will marlc Htinisu to a number ot situations-no more acceleration, no more army dental corps, no more seniors until '47, no more deep furrows in the foreheads of a harassed, overworleed faculty, and already we miss Dr. Gilchrist whose retirement was ettective at the close of session 1944. .V iv ..-gt g? ini' h .P EJ 5 . 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Barton, Lightriciani R. Pulleyblank, Sec. A Isl. D W d T E J S 'll' P 'd r - I .S if E gi -1- X . ar , reas., . DI los, resr en ,E ,s . W- T" L. Mctm, Publicity. ,Qs-. gifs- JI " 1' a -L -J WF.. ,,.,,,. 3"1"L Memberslwip of tlwe Dramatic Society was tlwis year the largest on record, including tlwe seventy- live members ol tlwe Education Faculty drama class vvlwo joined en masse. With tlrre Spring play still a vvar casualty, tlwe Society's major eltort was tlwe lnter-Year play competition. Partially realized was a production board set up alongside tlwe Executive to facilitate actual production. lts etlorts resulted in tlwe smootlwest production in years. Jim Barton, liglwtrician, Murray Stewart, stage manager, Betty Wells and Marilyn Casey, property managers, and l'lerta Moll, costume mistress, were largely responsible lor tlwis acliievement. Executive members all did line worlc. OF invaluable assistance to tlwe club was E. M. Jones, laculty adviser. A successlul year was rounded out by a party or tvvo lor hard-vvorlcing members. Additional performances were staged lor tl'ie armed services. A proposal lor tlwe luture is a Dramatics lwonor fraternity. E. M. Jones and Jim Spillios look them over. "You come to me," with the Lightricians Mrs. "Mac" beard: the lion. Page One H zrnrlred and Nine En3IneerIng Hon. PresIdent, G. W. GOVIER EXECUTIVE 44 45 EXECUTIVE President: AN ROSHKO Vice-President: AL SPENCE Sec.-Treasurer: ART HOWARD 4th Year Rep.: DUNC MCCRACKEN 1-fj 3rd Year Rep.: DOUG LOVE I fx Qnd Year I2ep.iWILF RYAN 5 15 , 1st Year Rep.: VIRGINIA WEBB fwcrxqf' Sports JACK SETIERS 0 - "j Ig" if -'- ' Literary: JACK RANDLE Z J, n:,31',:93?: l ' f Council: JOHN LAURIENTE af' 'gulf P 'I ' XY 52" A fa ' T 4 I I V " WINNERS IN WEBB MEMORIAL COMPETITION I 'Ist Prize: MARTIN WINNING 1, ,V Y - -I X Qnd Prize: JACK LONGWORTH QA' - 3rd Prize: WIN STOTHERT N ' Z7 3 V CII IL, ' v 'fn' X I.-I X- If Iz.s.s. AWARDS ATHLETIC, BOB BUCKLEY JOHN LAURIENTE AL MANIFOLD JACK SETTERS EXECUTIVE, RED ANDERSON DUNC McCRACKEN AN ROSHKO ART STEVINSON Slide-Iule experts ai work . . . Page One Huzlflrefl and Ten l I 1 4, ""',::fal-, ' If A 1-ij-1:4 K S Cl , S ' A 'Misra' 1l!!4g :K tu ents ociety 57',:Kx'f"o76 ' 'a j.l"'l" 5, M.D.-Winning Anaiol Roshko President Hard worlc and hard play, as always, were characteristic of the Engineers' year. Athletics were a major item in the ESS. program, with members participating in all inter-lac and Varsity sports. Meetings provided the traditional movies, spealcers, student papers, colces and donuts, with one diversion into a panel discussion., The annual ln- lormal Dance featured the First annual Slide-Rule Competition, from which Dunc Bath emerged as Slide-Rule Champ. The end of January brought the Engineers' Ball with its wonderland of Engineering creations and Queen Muriel Smith, followed in the same week by the ESS. l-louse Dance. Another venture into the literary Field was made when the weekly Slide-Rule Slants expanded into a two-page spread. February 28th was a great day, including the annual elections, the parade with its two Godivas, scores of costumes, hundreds of spectators, also several Meds trying to attract attention. That evening, the Q'lst 'A :r-1 t'-f-s Q 1 Annual Banquet fthe First in four yearsD climaxed a spirited last-stepping - term with its whirl of toasts, stories, awards, class slcits, and chorus ol 'WA' Genial George seven beautiful girls. A fYPiCil meelins The Annual Banquet Page One Hundred and Eleven ,'nVN. ."9 Us 'Q PEGGY HAYNES President Yes, they'll chatter on, and worry Over your vocational plan. Oh, they'Il shake their heads in sorrow. You'll be quite a pitied man. Or, if you're a woman, charming, Blending fun with tact and grace, They'll be betting you'll be married ln oh ever-so-short a space. But, among the thoughts and banter Education Club TO STUDENT TEACHERS USO you're going to be a teacher?" They politely asked, and smiled. , And you heard them say, "Delightfull" But they thought, "'Twould drive me wild." "My, you must be looking Forward DR. H. E. SMITH Hon. President We will gaily walk unharmed. Yes, they'll Find that all their worries Leave us mostly unalarmed. STAN TENOVE Vice-President For 'tvvas not for riches, splendor, Not material reward, That we entered this profession, Where we Find we're far from bored. For we work with growing pupils, Life, vitality-and youth, And we Find each one a study ln character and truth. X 5 .x ts. ' T N X lg-T is - - - is-: . -2 Q? E' I-547521 ff- - 'if .'3-'mg X A. Q t , ' , X t 5-X To be guided through experience, To be shown-is all they ask, And to understand and help them ls a privilege-not a task. So just go your way undaunted, For you know you're in the right. Yes, your influence will still be there When your "friends" are far from sight. YoursAa trust that you must cherish, Guard and help on every hand, Forge ahead, don't let it perish. Yours-the future ofthe land. -- L. A. F. Page One Hundred and Twelve To the day you get your school." While they secretly considered, "What's he thinking of, the fool!" "Can't he see that there's no future ln a thankless task like that. Trying to force old useless knowledge ln some non-receptive brat. Later, when the task is Finished, And his classroom work is done, Will he get a pin or medal? Did he ever have much fun?" BETTY MASON Sec.-Treasurer The Executive at work l Household Economics Club 7:55 Executive Members ,i ' Yifiiif-i5 ll The year 1944-45 was a busy time for the House lfccers, as it was for everyone, but they managed to gather monthly lor the House Ee. Club meetings. The club met in the banquet room ol the Cafeteria, and through these meetings, the members came to lcnow one another, and also gained valuable information lrom the various guest spealcers who spoke on the opportunities oilered in the Field ol Home Economics. Moving pictures on nutrition were also shown at some meetings. The House EC. Club tool4 an active part in the Major War Drive, and also sent representatives into the various sports events. The main event ol the year was the House EC. Formal held in February to climax the year's activities. Marion McNeill bakes tasty dish One course where "cooking" is permitted What's cooking-good looking! Page One Hundred and Thirteen 5s-Q. 1 ROGER BELZIL President CHES. BURNS Vice-President The Law Club qv. Law Club and Cluarterly The Law Club has been compared by an impartial speaker to a speck of radium emitting active, penetrating rays. It is submitted, with all due respect to other Faculty Clubs, that the analogy is correct, con- sideration having been talcen of the reduced membership of the Club and of its widespread achievements on the campus. At an informal round-table meeting of "The Nine," sit members of the Students' Council and its Executive, editors and directors of the Cuateway, a Yearboolc representative, a justice of the Enforcement Com- mittee, and the producer-director of the Varsity Show, all of vvhom are eager to place their divers qualifications at the service of fellow students. A secret yet unrevealed is how the Club still retains the Dr. Bookworm Trophy in spite of so many extra-curricular activities. Functions of the Law Club during the year included the popular and profitable Christmas Fund Draw, a rip-roaring Zoot Suit Show at the Garneau Theatre on Waw-Waw vveelcend, luncheons, an ol'f-the- record party at Don Cormie's home, and a substantial contribution to the Cafeteria Java lncome Fund. The Alberta Law Quarterly, the only student lavv periodical in Canada, entered its eleventh year of successful publication, under the able, though remote, direction of Dean Maclntyre, and through the use of the third-degree obtaining essays from the students. KEN cnocxerr ,C.L.l:R.M.A. Rep McLeod Club The nurses this year have set themselves to lollovv in the footsteps ol Major Agnes McLeod, their namesake, novv with the armed lorces in Belgium. An address by Dr. lfmmie Johnstone, vvho returned last lall lrom bombed areas in England, provided a very interesting evening. Miss G. M. lrairley and Miss D. Micldeborough, notable nursing leaders, were also in- spiring speakers. A successful and unprecedented function was the formal banquet and dance held at the Macdonald l'lotel. Nurses and alumni enjoyed an evening certain to be long remembered. ln retrospect, the large attendance at meetings and enthusiastic participation ol the members was very gratifying. The close association and interest displayed in our club by Mrs. A. C. McGugan, l'lonorary President, and Miss Madeline Mcculla, Director ol Nursing, has been greatly appreciated. As another chapter ends, we entrust to those who follow the traditions ol the Mcl.eod Club, and our wish lor its ever-increasing success. rMcLEOD CLUB EXECUTIVE Arlene Pinch CViceAPresidentj, Jean Brumwell Cpresidentj, Loma Fraser Clreasurerj, Mariorie Hulbur! CSecretaryD, Mrs. A. C. McGugan CHon. Presj Year Represenialives: Pat Alcocls, 3rd, Thelma McKenzie CPres.D, Kay Macdonald, Sth, , flslune Irving, 4th, Jessie Gelbrailhe, Qnd, Pal Wilson Cabsentj w x McLeod Club Meeting .l 4. C- K H V e 1 ' . ..h h W I ll? . t ff i 5 ' 50' Yea' Group ' ll kngW1,gga,35eQff.-ifff+:f'iil,'ii l!1sg3uJ'lbl'?TW' Page One Hundred and Fifteen DR, R. SHAW DICK CORBET GEORGE CHRISTIE ALVIN MOONEY Hon, President President Vice-President and Interne Chairman Sec.-Treasurer Medical Undergraduate Society BOB ROBERTSON LLOYD GRISDALE Camsi Secretary Camsi Chairman ACCELERATED COURSE JUNE-DECEMBER, 1944 The Fourth Accelerated session in Medicine began in June with only the clinical years in attendance at school. The activities oi the Society during the' summer were limited to two meetings. The Reception forfthe new First Year, held on October Qnd, provedivery successful and was an excellent beginning For the regular University session. For the second successive year the Med-Dent team won the lnteriaculty Rugby Championship. The Med Banquet and Ball held at the "Mac" on November 8th provided many pleasant memories for those who were able to stand the pace. At two business meetings the Society heard addresses from two guest spealcers-Dr. Buchan oi London, England, and SXL Don Wilson, l2.C.fAx.l:., of the Universities of Alberta and Oxford. The Alberta Committee of the Canadian Association oi Medical Students and lnternes CCAMSD in its First year oi existence, performed a useful taslc with great success. Three delegates were sent to the Eighth National Con- vention oi CAMSl, held at the University oi Montreal. Hesup Ysseranda' Bigone The Medical School, Faculty members and students alike, lost a highly respected mentor and friend, in the death in November, 1944, oi Dr. l'lurlburt, lecturer in the Faculty oi Medicine at Alberta For twenty years. JIM METCALFE KATHLEEN SWALLOW Council Rep. Women's Rep Page One H zuzidred and Sixteen DR E. GREENE PAT KIMMIT DICK CORBET BOB FRASER Hon, President President Vice-President Sec.-Treasu edical Undergraduate Society ACCELERATED COURSE FEBRUARY-AUGUST, 1945 As the last accelerated year in Medicine goes into the Final lap the Medical Undergraduate Society Finds itself at the beginning of another session. The First and Second Years will call a halt in April, the Fourth and Fifth Years will not complete their current session until August. ln the coming session the MUS. intends to carry on with the regular monthly meetings, which feature a guest spealter as well as the club business. March saw the members, with apparel representative of their Faculty, extracting with tags their quota For the l.S.S. Drive. The Annual Banquet and Ball was held in November lor the Sixth Year graduating class. The next one will therefore be postponed until September, when the Fifth Years will have graduated. The good vvorlc ol the Canadian Association of Medical Students and lnternes is being carried on this year by Al. Mooney, Chairman, Diclc Corbet, lnterne Chairman, and Bob Robertson, Secretary- 'Freasurer of the local C.A.M.S.l. Committee. l'lard-vvorlting members of the M.U.S. Executive are: Dick Corbet, Vice-President, l-lomer Edwards, Cal Fletcher, Cec. Miclcelson and Norm. Campbell, Class Representatives, and Mary C. Armey, Womenls Representative. A TYPICAL M.U.S. MEETING Page Om: Hundred and Sevenleen Political Science Club Roy Reynolds, President, Jim Spillios, Secretary The Political Science Club, long one of the largest and most active components ol the Literary Association, has again weathered a stormy but successful year. Although it was late in getting organized, the club sponsored some interesting and well-lcnovvn spealcers on the campus. The topics dealt with included those of social and political problems lacing Canada and the World today. Much dynamic discussion followed the formal speeches. The club was very fortunate in having Mr. Herbert Mowat, noted author and lecturer from Toronto, open the season with a very forceful portrayal of the situation confronting the continuance of the Jewish National Home in Palestine. The spirit aroused by this first meeting carried on throughout the year and much thanlcs is due both the speakers and the guests for malcing the year such a success. ,.'i'? fate F1 ,ha as f 119' 7 - x A f - 'S- Mining ancl Geological Society Mining' The Mining and Geological Society is one of the older clubs on the campus. Meetings are held every weelc, at which a guest spealcer or member of the society gives a paper oi mutual interest to mining engineers and geologists. Y The purpose of this club is to provide information for its members on subjects pertaining to mining and geology. Through its aiiiliation with the Canadian institute of Mining and Metallurgy, the club is brought in contact with other such societies throughout Canada. The present membership, tvventy-one in all, give the executive Fine co-operation, and are appreciative of the guiding hand of the honorary president, Dr. John A. Allan. Page One Hundred and Eighlecn I lVlusical Club JACK OSBORNE President DR. D. B. SCOTT Hon. President The Musical Club, lounded thirteen years ago as a laculty club, became this year the newest and one ol the brightest stars in the Students' Union crown. Founded and guided through the years by the faculty, this organization, with a membership ol - some 350, provides programmes of good music lor the university and the public. While the Club encourages student musicians as much as possible, local artists also perform. The programmes this year were, as always, ol a high quality, and the Musical Club loolcs back on a highly successful season. The large support received throughout the year is ample indication that the "proof ol the pudding is in the eating." X Qui! f 'f. 3,-aa il " fax Na. I ii ALEX. SNOWDON ELIZABETH ,CAMPBELL Vice-President Secretary Page One H uridred and Nineteen lXl6VVl'TidlW Club lntegrating the religious, educational and social lile ol Catholic students, the Newman Club arranged a well- balanced schedule. Highlights were: The Annual Re- THE EXECUTIVE treat, conducted by Rev. Father Kennedy, monthly E' J""' de S" Jon" Bm' A'a'l's' J' M"""'Y' Communion Sundays, Freshmen Tutorials, Discussion groups led by Fathers Briere and Q'Brien, teas, dances and pleasant social evenings. M. Finn, P. Kimmitl, J. Lauliente. Among distinguished guests of the club Were: Major the Rev. J. Malone, on furlough from the western front, Major the Rev. l.. Thornton, ol Minneapolis, Justice l-lugh John MacDonald ol the Alberta Supreme Court, Mr. C. B. l-lill, Superintendent ol Child Welfare, l-lon. Lucien Maynard, Attorney-General, l.t.-Col. Marl4ey, USA., and Mr. L. V. Cairns, KC., prominent Edmonton lavvyer. lncreased lacilities at St. Joe's contributed no little to our success. Concluding the 6th year of its existence, the Newman Club has prospered, with the largest Hpaid-upl' membership in history and club enthusiasm at an all-time high. exzcurive. V anon-isa AzAniAs, Han. President -1191-34 P. J. xiMMm, President. N MARION FINN, vicepfesiaeni. ED. Jonas oz sr. Jonas, Treasure I Joi-iN LAURIENTE, s ecfe fm. Y ' JAMES MURPHY dna LUCILLE core, Execut Ax 'A 1 Ru,,,ggon , , . . . and Refreshments Page Une H llllf1I'C'!l and Twcnly JOE TREDGER President Pill-Founders ls. George, Joe Tredger, Paul Pehrson, Is. Merrick Dr. Matthews and some First Year Pharmacists Dr. M. J. Huston and Dr. A.W. Matthews THE EXECUTIVE Pharmacy Club The term 'l944-45 linds the School Xoi Pharmacy greatly increased in number, with an enrollment oi thirty-three. The Pharmacy Club has become a lively organization and is proud oi the co-operation ol the students. Since few formal meetings have been held, the trend has been toward joint meetings with the Edmonton Retail Druggists' Association, in conjunction with several hil4es and banquets. The lourth Floor ol the Arts Building may be seen, at any time, overllowing with would-be druggists, mortars and pestles in hand, and a congenial atmosphere pre- vailing over all. It is hoped that this club will continue to grow in size and strength, so that aiter the war it will take its place as one of the most active organizations on the campus. it ir Q -,,t Aj Q M Nb gi I Page One Hundred and Twenty-one Philosophical Society The Philosophical Society was organized in May, 1912, with the broad aim ol stimulating interest in philosophical problems. The main activity ol the Society is the holding ol regular meetings at which papers are read by members or guest speakers. Through an arrangement vvith the Calgary Branch of the Alumni, all spealters on the 1944-45 programme delivered their papers in Calgary on the nights following the Edmonton meetings. Each year the Society conducts an essay contest, the purpose ol which is to encourage students to acquire proficiency in the expression ol original thought. The subjects selected lor the competition include the topics discussed by spealcers at the regular meetings. The Society, through this page, wishes especially to honor one ol its lounders vvho is retiring from the University. Dr. J. M. Mcliachran has been active in the interests of the Philosophical Society for 33 years. l.ast year he was made a lile member, and the Essay Contest was re- named to conform. OFFICERS, 1Q44-45 Honorary President . . . ..,...,,,..,..,...,.. .. .. F. M. SALTER President . ..... , . ... .,......., ... W. H. JOHNS Vice-President .. ,.... A. STEWART Secretary ..... ........ D . B. SCOTT Treasurer .. . ....... ..,...........,...... ...... W . W. PRESTON Student Members: SHEELAGH CLOONEY, COLLIN CORKUM, DON CORMIE -l-l'l6 lvlclfachran Essay Competition SVERRE SOLBERG JAMES SPILLIOS ALLAN RONAGHAN Second Prize First Prize Third Prize Pugc 0110 Humlrcrl ami Twclily-lll'0 lVlen's "Poly-Ee" Club The Menls Economics Club had this year its full constitutional quota ol Fifteen members, with pro- lessors'ol the Department ol Political Economy as Honorary Members. The Club heard papers given by Roy Reynolds on HCanadian Trade l.lnionism," by Albert Shaw on '1Ll.N.l2.l2.A.," by J. ,lorgens and Hu l'larries on "problems Facing Canadian Agriculture." The meetings were held at the homes of the professors, and lively discussions and delicious ROY REYNOLDS lunches largely contributed to members' interest. THE CLUB JEAN PRITCHARD President ,-SSI! 52,4 g f Q57 3 -,",i, Aj'-,. !'ff'3 ., ' , ,,1K President Q 1,1 A i!! .-' ,fit l ". ' 2 iz, Q, 9 I Pr' I, 4 "N 1 I 7 . Jgfovi 'fri' 9', 1 JF j Women's Economics Club BGB. The Women's Economics Club met four times and heard papers on "The Co-operative Common- wealth Federation," HlNlorthern lransportationf' 'Klhe Government and Canadian l-lealthf' February savv the joint meeting ol the men's and women's clubs, at which l'lelen Plasteras and J. E. Gander presented "Canadian Health lnsurance Programsfl Page One Hundred mul Twenly-th7'ee N Student Christian Movement EXECUTIVE Rev D Read, Campus Secretary, D. McCalla, 'Ist Vicefpresident. M Blown, Executive, L. McLean, 9nd Vice-President, A. Boorman, President, M V Souch, Treasurer, M. Moss, Secretary. 'The lceynote of the Student Christian'Movement's program this year was expansion, largely due to the splendid efforts of our Campus Secretary, Don Read. This expansion has meant not only a considerable increase in local membership, but formation of a group in Calgary and increasingly wide- spread acceptance of responsibility for supporting this organization of Christian fellowship and training among students. E Study groups were: "The Essentials of Christianity," "The Life of Jesus," "Understanding the Bible," and "Sex, Morals and Marriage." Timely addresses featured Qpen l-louse meetings and were attended by a wide range of students. Stress was also placed on activity, resulting in an S.C.M.M sponsored Clothing Drive for needy people at Christmas, an lnternational Display and Program in support of the World Student Christian Federation, and a new project for providing leadership for girls and boys through the City Welfare Department. A forward step was also talten by closer co-operation with the Varsity Christian Fellowship in joint supper meetings, in preparatory student worlc for the University Christian Mission, and at Christmas, in a student carol service, impressive in its beauty and simplicity. Qutdoor parties and Saturday night fireside socials provided relaxation, fun and fellowship. A banquet ended a strenuous but worthwhile term, and many looked beyond the grim threat of examina- tions to spring camp, balmy breezes and moonlight on the quiet waters. Tribute must be paid to our Advisory Board of senior friends, and especially to our l-lonorary President, Dr. G. F. McNally, whose staunch support of the Movement from year to year has been an important factor in any expansion and achievement which may have been accomplished. The Cabinet at Work K.P. Fun at Spring Camp ' Page Ona Ilimrlrcfl and Twczily-four Hon. President, President .,.., Vice-President Treasurer .,,.. Secretary .,... -lheolog Club EXECUTIVE, 1944-45 REV. PRINCIPAL A. D. MILLER, M.A., B.D., D.D. A. LARUE,B.A. GERRy LARUE DR. A' D- MILLER ART BOORMAN .,.,........,...........J. A. BOORMAN, B.A. President Hon. President Vice-President .. ........... A. W. MAGEE WM. ARCHER The 'lheolog Club in its 19th year found geniality and fellowship in its well- attended meetings. Dr. A. D. Miller, Honorary President, addressed the first meeting, held in the University Cafeteria. l-le spolce on his reasons for entering the ministry, considered from personal and psychological viewpoints. At the second meeting Miss Clara Johnson, club member, spolce on some aspects of the f-lindu religion seen during her stay in india. Professor D. J. C. Elson addressed the third meeting on Gregory the Great. The Annual Banquet was held in February. Club membership is undenominational and this year included members from four communions. Two lady members added something new and different. Members were prominent in campus activities, pastoral and welfare worlc, and altogether spent a very busy and profitable year. 'SS --2,1 1 "R . 32: 'hx' fr? riff' . ,. -":ff'i ' - 2 , I - 1' J Club Members A Corner of Sl. SIeve's Library Page One Hundred and Twenty-jive Z . ,Q-ff: . I fi? ,Q U Zcif! 12 . . 2' .ij fyyligfsff . ff Qs-a n Left to right: W. Archer, R. Proudfool, Geo. Gibson, President, L. Longmire, D. Nelson, E. Enarson, L. Gibson. GEORGE GIBSON President The V.C.F. is just one chapter in an interdenominational evangelical student organization. This year an aggressive program, introduced by a reception For the Freshman, was vvell carried out by enthusiastic members. The vveelcly Bible study and discussion groups were centered around the Gospel of Marla Guest spealcers presenting challenging aspects oi the Christian iaith, as well as noon prayer meetings con- tributed much to the vitality oi Christian experience. The combined SCM.-V.C.F. supper meetings with a number oi noted speakers were a nevv and successful venture. None oi us will forget the times of Fellowship enjoyed at the evening hymn-sings and Firesides or the fun on those tall hilces to the Pines or the novel sleigh ride vvith the latest model horse, idohn Deere." And alter these six months oi hard vvorlc what could be better than a brealc at one of those unsurpassable Fellowship summer camps? The purpose oi the VCP. from the beginning has been to develop and strengthen the spiritual liie of its members by study oi the Bible, prayer and Christian fellowship and to seelc to lead students to a personal iaith in Christ. C15 Discussion Group Q95 A Social Evening I ,I 1 , 1- . ,lov Sailing al Summer Camp Page Orin II undrcd ami Twenty-six: , A ' ,yy .1 ,-f, I . gli.. i ,,f"f1 4 i . f , , practising tlwe baelc seat teelinique. Big luclls Manager Cliff Roy ponders X-Ray Drive pirates. Big Tuck CQD used to be like tliis. Barn-Stallers Sylvia Rowan and Bob Gray. Big Tuck Metamor- plwosis. Time out for cokes. piilie worlc party. fBe- lieve it or riot, that is Furniture polislmb Lauriente: HI diclrft sub- scribe to time X-ray clrivef' X O ' F,-,xr bfi' min, ,Y , .7 nf. ""' lfw Ari' Vg ,. fe . '- '1' . f' f. f 1 i H' i mf. ,ig 1' i i XA, f ,1.,-. . 1 , ff., f 1 fjl i' -ue' L.. Y Args' 4- ,14:",i" ,. .1 . 'jig " Q Q -ka. Q ,V vans, sw if-5 ., , - -y ,vp f ' -f 'mei - ri . at. My ,NJ 1 lx: ,. T' 'si NLYVKC AA:-r Aim-,, --n i N. , 1 fp. ,L-ifdi. go fu 5 IVIA? he nnrtu? 'F Yes The The The Lazerte has a pipe dream Big operators Vlctrm Bernerce Gordon Professor keeping at vvorlc Beauty and chivalry at the Froph Steele Brewerton and Bull Armstrong vs Gross Anatomy Dr. Hogg holds forth Scabblng In the hbrary oncfafcfancf Wagner ana Pals training Tri-Delt Pledge party. Elaine Wagner and Jaclc Houlgate at E.S.S. Ball. Eggenberger, Tanner and l-larper tuclc it away. "The manly attriloutesf' Our lriencl Dr. Gowan More manly attributes. lt's a batty game. Weighting for Wagner. Patching allegedly at worlc Oli, lwowr we love to get up in the morning! Page One Hundred and Twenty-Nme XXX MURRAY STEWART Sophomore Class President 1' H2 . . 5 I , ,A , N, ak N ':k'?""v -9 - "5 . ,uf 2' ' ' I ui H ' F f". . 'KH .-f-. new .K 5 ..QfQ,fS f"" ,, gg 1-,cg x l ' Regis! , . .5 -- ' "Y Sophomore Class Executive .i ,fy Z ,x SOPHOMORE CLASS EXECUTIVE Back row Cleft to rightbz Murray Stewart, Will. Ryan, Brent Scott. Front row: Harold Shannon, Marg. Hunter, Gordon Proctor Although the main interest ol the Sophomores ol '44-'45 was plain, unadulterated worlt, many a Soph was drawn out ol his shell into the whirlpool of increased extra- curricular activities. As Sophomores, we worlced this year, lout there was lun to be had too. ln the social world the gay young Sophs cut a wide swath, climaxing their activities with the semi-iormal Froph-"Moonglow"-at the Macdonald. Sophs and Freshies, worlcing hand in hand, staged a dance that will be added to the long line ol their successes. Qur weight was felt on the Gateway stall, in the 'Varsity Show, in the various clubs and athletics, to mention only a few of our many interests. Let our motto be: "Dont use up all that sheep-slcin, were on our way." Page One Hundred and Thirty MICHAEL CHMILAR, Vegrzvillz VAN CHRISTOU, Lethbridge HERBERT CLARK, Clover Bar DON COLTER, Edmonton ROBERT COOK, Edmonton JIM CUMMING, Edmonton MARIAN DAVENPORT, De Winton SHIRLEY DIAMOND, Edmonton BARNEY DLIN, Edmonton RUTH DREW, Kitscoty NEIL DUNCAN, Edmonton BARBARA FISH, Calgary JOAN FRASER, Edmonton STEPHEN FUSHTEY, Wasel RONALD GIBBONS, Picture Butte GEORGE GIBSON, Edmonton MICHAEL HAJASH, Brooks GERALD HARRISON, Drumlriellzr JOAN HAY. Lethbridge GORDON HILDRED, Cal5dVY ii fi, ti 1 , , Q , , i ' ki' ,xi , Page One Hundred and Thirty-one I V' Ll,u..ii.v..z..:iL.fi,. , -,',,,,,. ' .Ib -www. Cx .,..,,..,,, ,. iii' 'C f -if i"i,F.," Ilia i' 1,241 RALPH ALLMAN, Edmonton BRUCE ALLSOPP, Edmonton GORDON ANDERSON, Edmonton WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, Kimberley MAMIE BAILEY, Okotoks WILLIAM BAINES, Edmonton DONALD BAKER, Edmonton ROBERT BAPTIE, Edmonton ANDREW BARACOS, Banff WILLIAM BEECROFT, Islay HAROLD BELL, Taber ARTHUR BERRY, Edmonton JOHN BLAIR, Edmonton BRUCE BLAYNEY, l-ligh River VALMORE BRADLEY, Calsdfv MURIEL BUCHANAN, Calgary BARBARA BUNN, Red Deer JUDAH BUSHEIKIN, Cal5dVY LEWIS CALDWELL, Cala-iw MALCOLM CAMERON, Edmonton lr rl!! X4 ' l" Q11 ? 4 .ff X-4 WILLIAM LAZARUK Wnllungdon WILLIAM LINDSAY Edmonton RODMOND LOBB Edmonton LLOYD MacLEAN Cal5arY BERYL MacLEOD Edmonton PAUL McCONNELL Gage ERNEST MCCOY W ctona B C JAMES McEWEN Cal ary FRANCIS McGOEY Pontmx Saslc WILLIAM MCLAGGAN Calgary LEONARD MAHER, Edmonton SAMUEL MARTENS, Marn Ccntrc, Sask JOHN MELNYK,Derwe ALTA MITCHELL, Edmonton RONALD NATTRESS, Edmonton CARL NYBERG, Amusk CARLTON OLSON, Camros-: WALTER OZUST, Edmonton JACK PARDER, Calgary RONALD PAYMENT, Copeland, Saslz, .1 M5 STEPHEN HNYDA, Camrose EUGENE HOCHHAUSEN, Provost G. HOLLINGSHEAD, Westloclc GEORGE HORNE, Calgary JOHN HUNT, Macleod MARGARET HUNTER, Edmonton ALEX JARDINE, CaISd"Y ELUNED JONES, Ponolca JOHN JONES, Red Deer M. JORRE dz ST. JORRE, Edmonton NlcKol.As KARATEEW, Edmonton ANNABELLE KELLY, Edmonton EILEEN Kane, Calgary noaenr KING, Edmonton u.ovo nuonvm, cdfbn, sat, DAVID KLASSEN, Swalwell NICHOLAS KLOMPAS, Andrew KEN KUWAHARA, Cal5afY MARGUERITE LAMBERT, Edmonton KENNETH LAUER, Bruno, Sask. 'mf' 'VVS -uu-a an 9. Q1-,rg JACK PECK, Red Deer JOSEPH PERRIER, Transcona, Man. STANLEY PETHYBRIDGE, Tees PETER PETRASHUYK, Calgary MARGUERITE PRIMEAU, Edmonton GORDON PROCTOR, Edmonton PHILIP PROCTOR, Stirling JACK RANDLE, Calsafv JOHN RARAGOSKY, Edmonton JAMES RITCHIE, Nelson, BC. WILFRED RYAN, Gem JACK RYER, Calgary BRENT SCOTT, Calgary WILLIAM SEAGER, Edmonton GEORGE SEMELUK, Luscar HAROLD SHANNON, Edmonton CECILLE SHAW, Edmonton NICK SHEPTYCKI, Chipman ROBERT SHORTREED, Edmonton KENNETH SIMPSON, Calgary JOHN SKENE, Calgary DOROTHY SOBY, Claresholm MAURICE SPOT, Leduc JOHN SPENCER, Calgary MURRAY STEWART, Edmonton MAC STRELIOFF, Canora, Saslc, JULIAN THORSNESS, Prince Cue BEN TORCHINSKY, Calgary HENRY TOUPIN, Legal JACK TOWERS, Edmonton DENNIS TOWNSEND, Calgary ARIE VANDERLEE, Chipman DESMOND WATT, Edmonton ALEX WEBER, Seclgewick JIM WESOLOWSKI, Edmonton EDMOND WOOD, Edmonton DOUGLAS WORDIE, Edmonton ALLEN WRIGHT, Carstairs orge Page One Hundred and Thirty-Zhree 41 .Af- x .. ' i i Y J 'F7?'.x -'-M. vez- +172 N x' ' X '-, Vie -IJ, - - 4? 3, ff 1 ree' yl js JUDIOV CldS E 5 0 L Executive -, il , , I K . .gifs . . -C S. . ' XX "ff J ' 1 X 4+ sw. ' 11 , Q ' -1 fm 1 ' f t f - ww-,QM ,, , - - Ma.: I -v y ' , ., ' :Zig ,fi-'11 . -. . ' Q ,A as-K t . ,S-Q A A A- " .-5? ,:,,fsg.1:-..,,.s. - X X K YQ., .5372 cia- Lf RON HELMER Junior Class President ts. L X' JV t'?f'f++ 'X 4 43" Zig t. gy :'-FV-X 1 J 41 Er JUNIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE Left to right: Stan. Dealcin, Doug. Love, Al. Spence, Junior Class activities in 'l944-45 were many and varied. With the beginning of the Fall term, Juniors, together with Sophs., planned and carried out a Frosh. weelc which will long be remembered by this year's Freshies. Came Junior class elections, and then with Ron at the l-lelm the Juniors pro- duced 'KJaclc Frost Frolic," the Junior Prom, at the Barn, which proved to be an enjoyable evening on all scores. ln the lnter-Year Play Competition the Junior class was ably represented by "Confessional," directed by Harrison Wiltze. lndividually, besides talcing part in many inter-laculty and inter-collegiate competitions, Juniors supported such extra- curricular activities as the Gateway, the Varsity Choir ancl the Varsity Show, to round out a very successful year. Pugr Um' Hunzlrwl mul Tli1'rly1fuu1' N W ,X 1 , V 'c M 'G' H9 yi: 'Qs ani -ln an JAMES BURRIS Edmonton SYLVIA CALLAWAY Edmonton GUNNER CAMPBELL Magnolra THOMAS CARSCADDEN Fcrt Sask HARRY CARSWELL Pznhold LOUIS CASTELLI, Drumhzller GWENDOLYN CAVERHILL, Lacomloe LLOYD CHAMBERLAIN, Clyde LILLIAN CHELADYN, Edmonton EUNICE CHESNEY, Cadomin MICHAEL CHONKO, Myrnam HAROLD AFFLECK, Edmonton MARY ANDERSON, Calgary WILLIAM ANDERSON, Edmonton WILLIAM ARCHER, Bzyerlodge SHIRLEY AULD, Calsary DORIS BARKER, Bergen DOUGLAS BARNES, Bindloss JAMES BARTON, Edmonton TED BAUGH, Mirror JAMES BEAUDOIN, Edmonton DAVID BENTLEY, Westlock NORRIS BERTRAND, Milo MAURICE BESNEY, Myrnam AURORA BIAMONTE, Clover Bar ORSON BINGHAM, Masratln FRANK BLACK, Calgary JEAN BLACK, Taber CLIVE BOWLSBY, Morse, Saslc. ROSE BOZZER, Bellevue RAY BROWN, Edmonton GORDON CLARK, Edmonton EMILY CLEVER, Edmonton JAMES CLOW, Calsdry DOROTHY COGGLES, Edmonton MacKENZIE CORKUM, Calgary LUCILLE COTE, Edmonton KATHERINE COUTTS, Calgary WILLIAM COWLEY, Edmonton KENNETH CROCKETT, Edmonton If f, ,C -' ,af Ngyif ,alfa , M46 W' " Page One Hundred and Thirtyfive I4-LN ,TSW NORBERT DUST, Bruno, Sash, BETH EDWARDS, Three Hills VERNONA ELDER, Calsarv DORIS ELFORD, Foremost MARY FAIRHEAD, Edmonton MARJORIE FAZACKERLEY, Edmonton RALPH FERGUSON, Vcgrcvillc MARION FINN, Calsdfv AGNES FLEMING, Edmonton PAULINE FOSTER, Carstairs ELLENORE FRASER, High River KENNETH GALLOWAY, Fort Sask, ERNEST GANDER, Edmonton DAVID GOLISS, Edmonton EVERETT GRAHAM, Calgary DONALD GRAvEs, Edmonton ROBERT GRAY, New wcsimmiff, Bic. HERBERT GUTTMAN, Calgary DOREEN HAAS,Cdlgary CATHERINE HANEY, a.A., Calgary Qs., N. is uv- - -vw: . ...-...,'-17:1-,Eg-V I .gm- 'ii .g,.,,. li nf 5, .if I M1 5 . , 'gi .VH alllfif S1f,llit7Tl.ng'7? ..,.13'?1,'-,.5'.A!" 'A I' W 'TI 'A ERNEST CUDBY, Edmonton DONALD CULHAM, Cabri, Sask. GLEN CUMMINS, Calsafv JACK CUYLER, Calgary MARJORIE DALSIN, Edmonton THERESE DANDURAND, Donnelly INES D'APPOLONlA, Coleman MARY DAVIDSON, Alliance STANLEY DEAKIN, Edmonton RUBY DEKSNE, Tomahawk LEON deLAUNAY, Red Deer MICHAEL DERENTUK, Wimmer, Suk' CONSTANCE DESLANDES, Calgary GEORGE DESSON, Calgary DONALD DICK, Edmonton WILLIAM DIMOCK, Trail, B.C. DOROTHY DINNING, Calgary ALLEN DIXON, Wainwright GUY DOWNIE, Edmonton DORIS DRUMMOND, Edmonton -6' --p 1'uyr Um' llrnulrrfl Illl'l Tllil'lj1-x!.1' ,Q 'L rv. mg Q-L, HELEN IRELAND, Camrose MARJORIE JENKINS, Cochrane RALPH JOHNSON, CalSdI'Y STEWART JONES, Edmonton HENRY KASTEN, Edmonton ROBERT KASTING, Edmonton EILEEN KENNEDY, Hushenden LEONARD KERKHOFF, Taber DORIS KERR, Cal5dfY C. KIRKVOLD, New Westminster, B.C. RAYMOND KITTLITZ, Bruderheim MICHAEL KLAPAUSZAK, Edmonton MARY-LOUISE KNOLL, Edmonton VERNON KRAUSE, Edmonton ELEANOR KRYS, Edmonton VLADIMIR KUDRYK, Chipman EDWARD LAPPA, Purdue YVETTE LEBEL, Edmonton FRANCIS LEBOLDUS, Compeer FRANCIS LEEDER, Edmonton ,Hu Na.. '-sn, Page One Hu fdrerl and Thirty seven KENNETH HART, Edmonton CHARLOTTE HAUGER, Dawson Creek STANLEY HAUPTMAN, Edmonton MARGARET HAYNES, Edmonton ANITA HECKLEY, Edmonton RON HELMER, CalSdfY STEPHEN HENCLEY, East Coulee ALLAN HEPBURN, Edmonton GORDON HERZOG, Delia JEAN HICKEY, CalSal'Y MARGARET HILL, Lougheed GORDON HODGSON, Dewberrv EDWARD HOFMAN, Barons M. HOLLICK-KENYON, Edmonton ROBERT HOLLINGSHEAD, Hillcrest JOHN HOULGATE, Senlac, Sask. ARTHUR HOWARD, Calgary MARJORIE HULBERT, Calgary GWENDOLYN HUNT, Strethmore JAMES HUTTER, St. Paul JAMES LEEDER Edmonton LAWRENCE LEVINE Calgary JOHN LINNEY Edmonton RONALD LISTER, Edmonton SHAUNA LITTLE B,Sc. Edmonton MILDRED LONGMAN Edmonton DOUGLAS LOVE, Edmonton RICHARD LOW Ctardston ROBERT LOW, Cerdstcn LEO LYMAN, Ednronton DONALD MacCRIMMON, Fort as MARY MacDONELL Edmonton JEAN MACDOUGALL Edmonton SHEILA MACKINTOSH Edmonton ELAINE MacLEAN Plnchzr Creek BARBARA MACPHERSON Edmonton LOIS MACPHERSON Edrrontvn IAN McBRIDE, Edmonton IRENE McBRlDE Mrclncltn DENCY MCCALLA Calgary ,A I ,. r fri, ,-If V ,. wo: YQ' is. hu 1' fr .5 -ff T79 BQ ROBERT MCCLARY Edmonton VICTOR McCUNE Loughezd ARTHUR M::GlNNIS Pickardvillz LOIS MCLEAN Edmonton KENNETH McMURCHY, Swift Current GEORGE MATHER, Bulyea, Sask PATTI MERRY, Trail, B C. LEO MICKELSON, Edmonton LLOYD MILLER, Shellbrook, Sash. NORA MITCHELL, Edmonton HERTA MOLL, Magrath KATHLEEN MORAN, Calgary DOROTHY NELSON, Edmonton REGINALD NELSON, Water Glen SETH NELSON, Cardston GERALD NICHOLSON, Wainwright KENNETH NICKERSON, Edmonton Page Une Ilzmdrcrl mzfi Thirty-eight M N bo 1-n NORI-KAZU NISHIO, Bridge River, B.C JOSEPH O'BRIEN, Edmonton JULIA O'CALLAGHAN, Cadogan DOREEN OCKENDEN, Edmonton MARY OESTREICH, Manona MARILYN OLIVE, Stettler JOYCE OXLAND, Lethbridge REED PAYNE, Mountain View HAROLD PEACOCK, Barons JOHN PENZER, Langley Prairie, B.C. WILLIAM PETTINGER, Calgary CATHERINE PIERCE, Edmonton ALICE POOHKAY, Medicine l-lat JOSEPH POOLE, Calgary MABEL PRATT, Camrose ALBERT PREBOY, Fox Valley, Saslc, ROBERT PRICE, Calgary JACK PRITCHARD, Edmonton ROBERT PROUDFOOT, Chinook ELIZABETH PULLAR, Calsdfy DELBERT PURNELL, Cardston ALEX PYRCH, Calmar PETER RAFFA, Edmonton Page One Hundred and Thirty-nine Sw fv- 'FH- ein HUGH REA, Edmcnton VERA REDDEKOPP, Acme DONALD REES, Bellview ERNEST REINHOLD, Calgdfv ROY REYNOLDS, Wainwright PATRICIA ROBERTSON, Winterburn WILLIAM ROBERTSON, Three Hills LLOYD ROBOCK, Edmonton ELDON ROGERS, Cereal ADELLE ROGINSKY, Calsarv ALLAN RONAGHAN, Islay JEAN ROSENBERG, Edmonton JULIENNE ROUSSEAU, Notrkewin ELIZAVITA RUDZIK, Edmonton ROBERT RUSSELL, Calsdfv RUTH RUSTE, Wainwright STANLEY RUTLEDGE, Edmonton VICTOR SAMUELS, B.Sc., Edmonton EMIL SANDEN, I-lussar STANLEY SAWICKI, CGIEGVY NICKOLAS SWABB, Willingdon SHIRLEY SWINTON, Tolield STANTON TENOVE, Edmonton ANTHONY THORN, Edmonton GEORGE VARSEVELD, mai, Rc ARTHUR WAGNER, mai, Bc. ADAM WALDIE, mn, Bc. ROBERT WALKER, Edmonton DOROTHY WARD, Edmonton JACK WILLIAMS, Edmonton MARTIN WINNING, Edmonton MEROSE WORONUK, Ryecrolt DONALD WRIGHT, Turner ValleY STUART WRIGHT, Edmonton DICK WYTSMA, Red Deer BAUNITA YOUNG, Edmonton .ff LEO SCHUMACHER, Provost ALBERT SHAW, Youngstown CECILLE SHAW, Edmonton KATHLEEN SHEASBY, Redclill REED SHIELDS, Stirling JOSEPH SIMLA, Coleman HARRY SIMPSON, Edmonton THOMAS SISSONS, Medicine Hat JEANNE SMELTZER, Edmonton MURIEL SMITH, Edmonton ROY SPACKMAN, Stirling ALLAN SPENCE, Calgary JOHN STEFANELLI, Trail, BC. MARY STERLING, Edmonton FLORENCE STEWART, Calgary BLIGH STOCKWELL, Throne it Q' Page One Hundred onrl Foriy Pictures arriving too late to be included in their proper places. SENIORS JOHN MHCDONALD Vancouver, BC. JUNIORS JACK DONALD HARRY GILCHRIST ELIZABETH GRAHAM STELLA HoLosKo MARY STEPHENS KATHLEEN TROUT ELIZABETH WHWTAKER Port Alberni, B.C, Edmonton Edmonton Calgary SDil'ifWO0d, S6514 EClf1'l0"1f0"l Cdl3dVY SOPHOMORES R ROBERT BROWN SYLVIA SATTLER NORMAN TROUTH ALBERT URSCHEL Calgary Sangudo Edmonton Grenfell, S-ask. FRESHMEN GEORGE DARICHUK ALVIN McKENZlE KENNETH POPE? MARION ROBERTS IRENE STRILCHUK M'-mdafz l-2fl'lbfiGl52 Berwyn ' Calgary Round Hill Page One Hunrlred and Forty-one "."' f,'-1' '5s""i.u! ' M w'.'31a: 14' , V - A Mm.: 4-Z 3 4 ' qu :Q W L 'Wai' fu- , Q nl.. . . ' - . V, Jlv A ' LL- 1 , ,Q 1 X , f tx. 4 . v..,, ', ' - 4 ,. ,H.,.-,yr , ,, J v-, , , , .. .4 ,, . . . ' L," Ay? V If H, v. .V-Q My ,W . ' 'f-.,. 'li mi 4 Vi- ..- Y -W :fb 'f ' , .,. f h r 1 'VY , -. 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Dmlr U-urn If In Cuumf, Lim -,s ' if '- Ai Iam li' 'U It 1, will hp ' 1 4-u r rp ,V ,,E.,,' ,iq L., I ' i .,.,t,t-r.,,-allfff'in U I : FIU' ' :'.1 -'-' 11' dun: ,rv2ll'l Sflwd nl I.. ut' -- . , Q. . 1 50, nu"'l'f mira 01 ff P - 7943144 Um f mi f,,V, lmnyiuc' np, tl Jumor In 0 I - :mi wr i i ' "wr IU 'W Uruduariy m 'fl- I nlorurl up ri L my happy rzzlziizorwx Ilirs uw,- 'ul I can i 1 ' 'UNU11 um: 10 - brrmmg U Sci. f ,- U . Hott lucky, ,md 'mimr-mm they grey CQriLC l".l1S 1219165 cmrfih 5: igli' zrlrcn I rvrirrmfd lin. 54-q Dem' Diary Well lun! :sire wish - ri' lr: it I ni u I u..,nlr'mil1ILc as ucfzvu .fl gnupg. Dreamy dance tunes, sprightly social chatter, the reminiscences of lour years, will remain in the memories ol all who attended the Senior Formal, the climax to the formal entertainments ol the 1944- 1945 academic year. The Four Year Diary programme motil was master-minded by Class President Frank Quigley. Lilce the poor little spruce tree vvith the glass needles, the desires and fortunes ol the senior students seemed to have changed continuously with the winds. A memorable evening, as evidenced by the accompanying pictureseone that Class '45 will long hold in memory dear. , . Q 9 , lyll-fLf3 Contents in rrif ,Eu n .ow .mga it-Y-n wi, S., ri' rf ip rqqlw, F q, , femm-ER COHKCFIIS migm Fur as the Junmr-' CQMCOYS win Mi cimw V' 11101710 511 Lum 'rinw lV. Dcnr Dm 1 and is clvsf' 1 am a Senior. T Manu? and all nl lxuiitl-'WU College ll laden nwll-U' 'Y . . 1 ess suv' ll , tlirrwf ful H men! bu so quirkluy It Tic vfllfs ' 1111113 ally seeing like llcsmrdluy llhut I wus n - ' - h tra . U 1 was n Fvesllxl Ulm-2 was,-and onli! Oiw to U' ry: ries femuiil, .F 1 l "THE BOOR" By A. Chekhov MADELINE SINGER, Director "FOR JONAS T" By Warren Smith WANDA YOUNG, Director -l-he lnter-year Freshman Class The prize-winner of the inter-year plays was "The l3oor,H by Chelchov, voted by judges and audience the best in the competition. Of impress- ive tempo and broad humor, it was expertly cast. Gwen Jones as Mrs. Popov, Peter Petrashuylc as Lulca and Lawrie Levine as Smirnov were all outstanding. The gusto and aplomb radiated by these talented players, expertly directed by Madeleine Singer, made "The Booru a smash hit. Sophomore Class A Canadian play, "For Jonas if' was vvell vvorlced out in its staging and character portrayal. Outstanding were Sverre Solberg in the title role and Lois McLean as Mrs. Margetti. Humorous, sympathetic and honest as the italian storelceeper, Lois won the judges' avvard as best actress. Others, though playing smaller parts, were all Hin character" throughout the play. Page One H unrli-ell and Forty-s'i.v 'T C' T X i xx., . ' N., .P :wg Pal -Q-if YJ" .s- -T 1 ' iff. .gfwf ' 5' ,Q-s X. - 4. -h. 5. ' Axg 1- c X Play Competition Junior Class llwis eilort at tlwe interpretation of a moral question was liiglily lauded by botli judges and audience. Director l-lal Wiltse and lwis cast achieved some good moments in their presentation. Special mention are due Lucille Cote as Evie Baldwin and Delbert l-luetlwer as Robert Baldwin. Senior Class Second clwoice by audience poll as tlwe Inter- year's best play was "line Twelve-Pound Look" by James Barrie. It was precisely directed by Margaret Mcl.eod. Stan Sawicld was admirable as l-larry Sims, wlwile Doris Mccubbin as Kate was judged best actress by time audience. Eliza- betli Mccullougb did excellent worlc as Emmy Simi, and won tl'ie judges' special mention. I-S "CONFESSIONAL" BY P.WiIde HAL WILTSE, Director "THE TWELVE-POUND LOOK By J. M. Barrie MARGARET McLEOD, Director Sam! Youflflpde the pants too lon9.!" it O' "We're proud to present . . ." 9 bo -l-he Varsity The 16th and 'l7th ol March, 'l945, saw something new, something dillerent in student-produced entertainment on the campus. This enterprise was 'llhe Varsity Show," arranged and directed by Joe Shoctor, assisted by Mary Davies, and sponsored by the Students' Union. Capacity crowds crammed Convocation lnlall those Friday and Saturday nights to enjoy the girls' chorus, vaudeville gags, and the smooth rhythms ol the orchestra. Tunes from the show echoed around the campus lor days afterwards. The show had sophistication in the L. Mcpherson P. Johnson two-piano team, line quality in the singing voices ol Naomi Wershol and Shirley MacDonald, comedy by Joe Shoctor and Frank Quigley, the latest jive by Foster Scott and Brian Dunsworth, Ev Wolfe and his 'l3-piece dance band. The choral worlc was -eff, Amgn. Beau Brummels and Bathing Belles Higl1li!Mh"Rhapsody in Blue." .6 n Shaw colorlul and might have been given more scopef the chorus and the glee club were the foundation ol the entire presentation. The stage sets were simple and original, and were especially ellective in the street scene. The expertly handled lighting added considerable color and movement. This type ol production is an innovation at our University. lts originators are to be commended lor their large use of talent. Future productions ol this ltind may be improved by smoothing out rough spots due to attempting a production more pretentious than the lacilities available permit. Those responsible are to be congratulated lor their energy and initiative and for their achievement. It is to be hoped that this type ol entertainment will be lurther developed. Ho-Huml JUMP Fever. "A pretty girl is like a melody." Page One Hundred and Forty-seven Mir: . X 9' .QQ i W . X ww. Badminton Club Membership in the club was considerably swelled this year when badminton was offered as a "War l-lour Sport." The girls really toolc advantage ol this opportunity and play was carried on Tuesday and Friday nights in the Drill l-lall. Leadership was capably handled by Margery Fraser and several enjoyable tournaments were arranged. ln November a Round Robin was held in which both faculty and students participated. The Club Tournament, the feature of the year, THE EXECUTIVE was held in January, and play was I-,Ot in Spitg of MARGE FRASER BRUCE RLAYNEY MARION MCCLELLAN President Vice-President Sec.-Treasurer the sub-zero temperature of the drill hall. Qne had to play to lceep warm. Joan O'l2ourl4e and Margery Fraser teamed up to tal4e the ladies' doubles honors easily, Lorraine Slceith and Ruth Cronkhite were runners-up. The partners then separated and a battle royal ensued for the ladies' singles with Miss Fraser coming oil victorious. The men's singles was hotly contested with Bill Armstrong edging out Art Wagner to cop the honors. ln the doubles Art Wagner teamed up with Jack Donald to beat Bill Armstrong and Chal. Machlicholl. Margery Fraser and Bruce Blayney brought the tournament to a close by defeating Elaine Wagner and Art Wagner in the mixed doubles. The club is hoping that by next year play will once more be resumed in Athabaska gym where the lighting is much better. l -l-he Badminton Club in Action Page Une llumlrcrl run! l"m'ly-nina if "' c'--"-mover' A so ' ' M ' i . , ..,.,.-. , g ,,,. ,, ..-K r ' ,fgwsgl THE EXECUTIVE l:encing Club This session has seen a revival of. interest in the Fencing Club. The increased membership and new en- thusiasm has been greatly welcomed by those who had struggled to lceep this old sport alive on the campus. Weekly meetings were held in the Drill l'lall during the first term and in St. Joe's gym after Christmas. Under the expert coaching of l:ranl4 Wetterberg, assisted by Aubrey Qlsen, the club has learned the arts of lunging, thrusting, and parrying, and now is lool4ing forward to the possibility of lnter-Collegiate competitions in the near future. President Jim Spillios and Secretary- Treasurer Eileen Kennedy directed the club's activities during the year. Archery Club CAREFUL WITH THOSE STICKERS! During 1944-45 the Archery Club had the largest attendance in its history despite the fact that obstacles to the club's existence cropped up from all directions. The main hardships proved to be a struggle to obtain sufficient equipment, and a shooting range, the temperature of which varied directly as the weather. . Nevertheless a large number of enthusiasts attended regularly. The Club met in two groups, Mondays and TW ' Tuesdays, in order that more progress would be assured with the limited amount of equipment. During the year, a girls, team competed against a team from the Y.W.C.A. The year was rounded off by a successful inter-faculty competition which showed the splendid progress of each archer during the year. Now that it is one of the largest groups on the campus, the Archery Club has a very promising future ahead of it. WHERE'S THE APPLE? 1066 WAS NEVER LIKE THIS! One H zmdred and Fifly Boxing Club In spite of a considerable falling off of members through pressure of studies, the faithful of the Boxing club gave full support throughout the year. A highlight of the season was the inter- faculty Assault-at-Arms, held March 5th in Athabasca Gym, Len Maher and Eldor Berg put on a fine exhibition, and there was a nice worlc-out by Ron I'Ielmer. ANOTHER VICTIM FOR BREWERTON CLUB MEMBERS Coach Alex Wynnychuck's services this year have been untiring and are much appreciated by the club. Qur President, Steele Brewerton, was again the winner of the Beaumont Trophy. The prospect of obtaining Athabasca gym next year, coupled with the en- thusiastic desire to compete with Sas- lcatchewan should excite new and increas- ing interest in the club. Wrestling and Tumbling Club THE WRESTLING CLUB A new feature has been added to the Wrestling Club. For the first time in our history a large group of tumblers expressed their en- thusiasm by supporting the Tumbling Club, the Wrestling Club's new baby. A number of wrestling bouts and a series of tumbling exercises were staged at the annual Assault-at-Arms. The occasion was crowned with success. Pat Kimmitt Cpresidentj and Cecil Miclcelson CSecretaryD coached the wrestling and tumbling, and much active sport was enjoyed through- out the session. - One Hundred and Fifty-one , 1-,vi THE BODY BEAUTIFUL gnu BOB KASTING, President SYLVIA ROWAN, Vice-President 3 Z.. .nf lu' ' . . fi? ?Q'41"3"x fag! A Swimming Club i44-'45 saw an enthusiastic crowd oi swimmers get together every Thursday evening at the V.W.C.A. pool For an hour and a quarter oi energetic fun. Every meeting began at 8:45 and ended when the "Y" instructress firmly brought it to a close with a blaclcout. This year the girls were able to include their swimming hours in with their war hours and found it a pleasant way oi doing war worlc, even though it meant a trip over town every Thursday night. Brave were the ones who withstood the chills of twenty below zero as they waited on the "Bay" corner for a street car. There were two swimming meets during the year which brought out the talent of the club. A few oi the stars were Stewart-lrvine, Shirley Auld, Florence Stewart, Nora Mitchell, Lillian Gibson and Sylvia Rowan. Taking the honors away from the Science Faculty, Education won the Rose Bowl, each member oi the team doing Fine swimming. Many oi the club members will always remember coach Dave Sissons for his guidance and encouragement. The president oi the club, Bob Kasting, and Vice- President Sylvis Rowan did co-operative worlc throughout the year to lteep things running smoothly, to obtain the use oi the pool, and to arrange for movies and re- freshments at one oi the meetings after Christmas. Swimming is enjoyed by many oi the students, and this year the club was one oi the biggest on record For all the years of its existence. intercollegiate meets with Saslcatchewan and Manitoba were declined in favour oi a trip for the basketball teams. Next year, ii talent and practice facilities are available, we would welcome inter- collegiate competition. Right: The Grunevl Specialty. Lower right: Coach Dave Sissons at work. Below: The Club members. 1 - it fx" 5' me Page One H undrul and Ifiifly-Iwo 3:7 jg: if ,E 1-5 562 ,WJ egs " 1 6647 'Q 65 "f ' "Mfif 535'-M139 52,4724-'Z' 0213 VQWYPW From Ex-to Current Retiring President Alf Harper presents the new ieader, Ron Heimer. This simple ceremony expresses the theme of Color Night-the honor tendered those who have served, and a preview of those who are to guide student activity during the coming year. Page Om' Hundred and , . , -,-..,,.- ' K..- ..... The Hardware This array of silverware represents months of ellort and competition by scores of students. Such are the awards which Color Night lorings to the strong and the faithful. Color Night was instituted by the Students' Council in 1941, and maintained by succeeding Councils as the annual culmination of extra-curricular activity. Color Night is a formal "thanl4-you" to students who have vvorlc- ed in their dillerent ways for our Alma Mater. Page Une Hundred and Fifty-ive f gin., K U w V fy, ,V + 1 l'fN5"'?!.b Q pf I ,m VDHQW RM.5!.gxg!F,-gm Q :..wg'l,.f -w'UF'r1h'vQkZ'Q, 11m,g,w.fg:, ,QM im Swim fQU,g2ML, 13:55-gg: .WQL ,, FA , . 1 ,, . 9-wfwgwug ":.5unngyglEf'gU! :imma- ii ffl YS S MQ firwgm 3? 'QQH?lK"QwAh'rir Ulhvfg, mm WOM, mff,gl.nf.gug1fid1 Ngwgxfgg fN'1X.ir'iZ5-'ivy AMQJRQ, ,a-Hggfqawzgfs, mg Nlivm w W ma my QW. aww wgwg..-2g,g,m,g..a fMfamwI?,5.Il.i1 are I V ' MNfxQ1Q!FW,, Lfgtwiwwggxfai-gw1lg1gii5 W w ., . I m X ' y . N new 57. ij I 'F ,E -' ,3 QI an 9 R Mgt. QT 6 7? ' , -gj is Q Qifsigv 'HI ,A .x ' :N H! We 55? 2 '55 . ,f 'K gg ,,,, K 1 ' as P fi I kg 9 ' -ni, . .-11'-' J ,i IW. c""x' 'i"N, A 1 Q xl' ?ra.1?.l ,.'- QL ua' ,Q : 7, ' . .- ,. .1 N5 A " mp, -- rf' U f I '- 51564 ' :Q ri 1 .5 fl GOLD EXECUTIVE RINGS: Don Cormie Bob Buckley Mike Bevan Award A'arta::': IFIFIZFS ,fe EEE. A SILVER EXECUTIVE RINGS: Ernie Gander Al Ross Lloyd Grisdale Frank Ouigley Archie Campbell Lawrie Fisher Hu Harries Bob Pulleybank Helen Plasteras Lillian Gibson 'w ,. . T'-T1-X EVERGREEN AND GOLD AWARDS: Dbn Harvie Doug Gray Bob Gray A W- ., is fijmgw yi Z, 4 LITERARY "A" RINGS: Joe Shoctor Jim Spillios LITERARY "A" PINS: Bud Eggenberger Art Boorman Hu Harries Ernie Gander Lawrie Fisher Lois McLean Gordon Clark .f' 'W' ,s ,, ,.,-- "': . ,xxx ff 4 GATEWAY AWARDS: Gold: Mike Bevan Doris McCubbin Lois McLean Silver: Peggy Haynes Marylea Hollick-Kenyon Al Ross Cups and Trophies 1944-45 Hardy Trophy: W.C.l.A.U. Rugby Champions, University of Alberta Golden Bears. Rigby Trophy: W.C.l.A.U. Basketball Champions, University of Alberta Golden Bears. McGoun Debating Trophy: CEggenberger, Boorman, Shoctor, Harries.D Bulletin Trophy: Engineersf 3 Q 'VX Rose Bowl: Education. - 'TSR' Wilson Trophy: Outstanding Athletic Achievement, Bruce MacKay. ,Lax '? Dr. Shoemaker Trophy: Outstanding Hockey Player, Frank Ouigley. . Ffcf. Beaumont Trophy: Outstanding Boxer, Steele Brewerton. ' " Wynnychuk Trophy: Not awarded. Equal: Len Maher, Ron Helmer, Steele Brewerton. 1 Dr. Broadfoot Golf Award: Frank Fergie. lnterfaculty Rugby Trophy: Med-Pharm-Dents. M.A.B. lnterfaculty Hockey Trophy: Med-Pharm-Dents. lnterfaculty Basketball Trophy: Arts-Ed. Archibald West Trophy: lnterfaculty Track Champions-Engineers. One Hundred and F 'ifzfy-eight Major Athletic Awards Women's Athletics SYLVIA CALLAWAY LILLIAN GIBSON Big Block UAH Sweater Awards KEN NICKERSON AL MANIFOLD ART FOLLETT JIM METCALFE STEELE BREWERTON JACK JORGENS MICKEY HAJASH J . ' v lg 1, Assault-at-Arms, Brevverton vs. l'lelmer Fellow Canines. Barss Dimoclc in an informal moment. Slwoe-sliine service For time Major War drive. Co-eds vs. Profs. What a messl llwircl Year Electricals. Glen Karkoll and Franlc Quigley enjoy vvater-ligl1tatSt. Joeis. The one-lieadecl tvvin. "lic" McCoy in a genial mood. U.N.'l.D. relaxes at Banil en route to Esquimalt. . '. l rx. f . ,,. Q l i i Page One Hundred and Sixty - 'I . Lipsey and Carter in clwem, lab. Q. Maylwood passed that test. 3. "To see or not to see." 4. contemplation. 5. The sewing lab. 6. Ken Kuwalwara studying. 7. Concentration with a Varga baclcground. 8. l-louse Eccers outside Med building. 9. Scientific femininity. 'IU l-louse Eccers once more. . Weighing-in. -i ,-fx ,ff Page Owe H u,nclv'ezl aiu! Sixly-one B 3 . ,tw 1 a M J ' 352' X N Qwffa . ugly? l x 'wz N fi is-- Elf? i. 5, 9 ir:-,V ig X is. .,K ,f .w .ff'7 ,f""'3 q if fl X! 1, ,- ff L .. l A A ' , tk" -f 1: Zi .- r 3 lf 2 .- 5 N i 7 v' f' I pad! ,Lf s- 1, ' - B.- Gordon Anderson regresses at DG. Baby Party. Doreen l-laas, Alex Snowdon and friends go l-leep Vick Fooey with tlwe clwopsticlcs. . Clooney ceretnrates. . Del4es out sunning. . HBYtl12 riglwt-riglw-t-t vvlweelln . D. Gfsftlwey lauglied vvlien l fell down tlwe steps. . Jolwnson gives lwis anatomy some deep tlwouglit, . We get a loit wild at times, too, Cummins. . l'lello, darling . . 4 . W L' X l . X I jlfiziifgiffig CQ! Sta- 1 f in 4-L415' sfmffis ir' Es l R,-'vf' A f x. H 'cg i' - 'V yy l ?'i5K i'Z"W?4 el if A-it i llc' fs SV 'Vt-L-f i l " f l sL....,,.c 1.1. , l 'f i i .ue 1, 5 L l XXX i V l ,. A . lf if ' a'. X f if! i Q 1 l x l ,. i l i l lg. ,l ,anv- ,,- 1, -E .Lx ,.,-1 c .- -,,.. ' . i V - - 3g5:f 4 VV L, Page One H 1l71fI7'l'fl and Sixty-two 'I Q 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 'IO bt f x,,. ,r --. l f - f , -- 2 .,1f:.f.q: lf , ,, u4i'f1f', l., lr, ,1l,,f,I vm ' '- I Co-op boys getting in shape for the spring Finals, l-lelen Plasteras and W.W.S. "B" Coy. Has anybody got a saw? l-larlan Taylor vs. Nightmare, Doc Hlfappyu Kidd. Cornering in the Mac at the Froplw. 5tl1 year Nurses-Csomeone disobeyed tlwe orderj Cute-loolcing Barnacle Jean, Gordon Anderson and Box. Terry McRae. W , uf- 2-'.-,,, - . ,. A - 12-2 .f ,. , ,f ,K .rx ,, , A I-w-.--...-..,.,,-,.' " Y ,,,, j 1 V ,X j yr, qlwubllt N rx .1 f -xo wa' V1 i -, ' 3'-I -.J-.'.f"'fg. 5., Jig 1"l ' crx Page One Hundred and Siazty-three . ' :,s1g5g1,Q, ' A X53-1 X, '1?fi:"55: 2 ' time jfs , ' -.Sf Avg' 'lie , 'Vs"i5f2'?"5w t ft s 'wif 1 1 l Q '31!?69?lEir Ol 416 T istory of Class T45 MURIEL MACDONALD Class Historian HE Chronicles of Class of '45 relate a story of University in war-time. Previous graduating classes have been able to recall gay and carefree days before terms like "mobilization board" and "examination regulations" had been added to the every- day vocabulary of students and faculty. A decidedly more serious atmosphere prevailed when we entered University. However, our adjustment was soon made to meet the increased tempo of work and activities brought about by three years of war, and now, as our senior year draws rapidly to a close, we find many pleasant memories associated with our undergraduate days. Freshman days began with a rush of activities-designed solely, we were convinced, to test our powers of endurance. But we soon proved our merit and lost no time in settling down to an active routine of classes, clubs, sports and dances. Army and R.C.A.F. training served to supplement the schedules of men students and in 1943 the addition of a naval training unit completed the three armed services on the campus. The women students spent time in war work and military drill, the latter being made compulsory for Freshettes in 1942. Major war drives have been held each year and the student response to these has been very gratifying. . The war has had an effect on every phase of University life. The residences were used by the R.C.A.F. and although students had become accustomed to boarding house life, there was evident a lack of unity and spirit which could not be replaced. But it was not exclusively work and war on the campus. Sadie Hawkins week-end was an established tradition by this time and, in 1943, was climaxed by that unforgettable feminine rugby game. Classes and faculty dances were looked forward to by everyone. Each dance taxed the ingenuity of the executive with the result that novel and unique themes brought original distinction to the functions, even though decorations and corsages had been shelved for the duration During our stay at University we have noticed many changes. The campus itself has had some additions and improve- ments. Early in 1944 the cafeteria was erected near South Lab to meet the needs of both students and staff. Students returning after Christmas this year were pleasantly surprised to find a bright and redecorated Tuckshop awaiting approval. Con- struction ofthe new pavilion adjoining the University Hospital was completed this year. An addition was builton the power house and excavation for a steam line to supply the new hospital wing presented many a sleepy eight o'clock bound student with an obstacle course to surmount. l.T.S. vacated the Residences this year so that, next year, campus life will once again centre about them. Sports on the campus have undergone several phases in our time. Until this year, lnter-collegate sport had been at a low ebb. Travel restrictions and additional academic studies forced us to abandon many of the competitions. lnstead, energy was directed toward inter-faculty and city league sports. But 1944 brought a revival of lnter-Varsity spirit. Highlight and climax of a brilliant football season came when Alberta triumphed over Saskatchewan in the two-game series and brought home the Hardy Trophy for the first time in sixteen years. Basketball games were played by both men's and women's teams against Saskatchewan this year. We have witnessed some changes in the Literary field also. ln 1949 the last production' by the Philharmonic Society for the duration was staged and proclaimed a great success. lnter-year plays were continued and were particularly outstanding last year and this. A new act in 1945 brought into existence the Musical Association as separate from the Literary Association. The Varsity Show is a new feature this year also. The Debating Society became quite active this year. The McGoun Cup Debates for the Western universities were resumed and Alberta won the cup through the eloquence of four worthy seniors. History was made once again! For eleven years the McGoun cup had evaded us. The names of many of our former classmates will not appear on the graduation list but instead will be inscribed on the Honor Roll. May the day soon come when these men and women will be able to complete their studies in a bigger and better post-war University of Alberta. And so ends the first chapter in the History of Class '45. Each member now stands ready to apply his education and knowledge in the furtherance of future world peace and security. May he succeed in his every endeavor. MURIEL MACDONALD. Page One Hundred and Sixty-four Valedictory ANATOL ROSHKO Valedictorian ETWEEN the stages ol a venture it is well to pause a moment, for reflection on what is accomplished, and estimation ol what is yet to be done, to linger a little to look back, and to scan the pathway ahead. So we do now, for valedictory is but the pause For reminiscence and farewell to one Fleeting span of lile, and contemplation of the next, larger and ditticult one. There are memories today. Four years ago we came to these halls, seeking an ideal, a vision, we know not surely in what form. A stern Alma Mater received and kept us, stern of necessity, for the world without is sterner and our stay could not be without purpose. Yet she was not unkindly. Within her watchlul heed, we lound our Friends and playing places, made our games, to which we look now with fondness and wistful reminiscence. We learned the crafts that were our pressing purpose, the crafts that we must now apply. We learned more. Frequentingthetireside ol understanding, tolerance and sell-restraint, we ourselves acquired some ol those graces, graces whose worth shall be proved in the greater task ahead. Yet one parting look-the view is to our heart's content, for distance has hidden the steeps and time lelt but memories of the pleasant places. But now must we turn to the luture. Today we go out into a world grim and haggard with the years of struggle, a struggle we must enter and hasten to its end. Wherever our abilities be directed-to the gun, the production line, the desk or the research bench-there is our immediate task, fulfilment, in part, of the past four years. There have we to perform it well and turn to account the skills we have learned. But when that is done, the task is not over, the responsibilities not ended, for there is a way of life to be cliscoverecl. Not until then will the true worth of these years be tried-by the Fire in which the world must be reforged. Let us hold last to the ideals we take with us, that, when it is ours to search out the way, we can know the goal and discern the path. Then, when the venture grows wearisome and we might lain give it up, may we yet be young and imaginative, impressionable and enthusiastic, ever daring in what we endeavor. The path beyond the First ridge is obscure and we know only its general direction, but we shall walk it with purpose, enjoying the glades along the way, trudging determined the uphill stretches, the heights beyond the haze our destination. l ANATOL ROSI-IKO. Page One Hundred and Sixty-five FRANK QUIGLEY Senior Class President Senior Class XX r R X K N ' X A ,Gi ,Ci BOB. ROBERTSON, ALICE STEWART-IRVINE, BEA GRANT, J. NICHOLLS 'i'.j: E Senior Class Executive N, Q.: fs- , 3155-474- mv?-.X12s1'2:' NWT' X. N Egvn.-X -." Q ' Q by K. This year's senior class was one of accelerated courses and hectic study schedules. Three ditlerent graduation ceremonies confused other students who saw, on the one hand, haggard seniors with exam psychoses, and on the other, holiday loafing. ln 'l944-45 the somber atmosphere of the war years began to lilt, as the body of college spirit showed faint signs of revival from coma. The freshmen helped to re- suscitate it, under the guidance and leadership of the seniors in Varsity atlairs. The senior class ol '45 missed some ol the lighter side of university life. They appreciate their privilege in being allowed to train lor leadership in their several fields, loolcing forward to helping rebuild post-war Canada. - . 1 ,A I , 1 I 1 if b T X? '- - s' . ,:,5v ,'3" .J if 'Q Q I Page One H umlred and Sixty-six: , Ss. . 'W' Ax 5 nt ffl- '." xi I A Q ' f ll fa ff ll .-a,-,ega,,, f- MASTERS WILLIAM BROWN WILLARD HINMAN JOSEPH KASTELIC FRED SIMPSON Calgary Cardston Sangudo Edmonton KENNETH BAPTIST TOFIELD Ag. Club SENIORS MICHAEL BEVAN Edmonton Gateway, Asst. Sports Ed. 41-'42, Friday Ed. '42-'43, Managing Ed. '44-'45, Ever- green 84 Gold, Publicity Mgr., '41-'49, Outdoor Club Exec. '41-'44, Ag. Club, Swimming Club, Philosoph. Soc., Pol. Sc. Club Exec. '43-'44, Parnassus Cgb, Curma, R.S.M., C.O. WILLIAM T. BROWN BanFl ALFRED HARPER Lethbridge Ag. Club Exec. '4Q-'43, Inter- lac Rugby '49-'44, I.S.S. Com mittee '49-'43, Music Club, Philosoph Society, Asst. Dir. E. 84 G. '43-'44, Deleg. West. Varsity Conf. '43-'44, Pres. Students' Union '44-'45, Del N.l:.C.U.S. Conf. '44-'45 Kappa Sigma. HUBERT HARRIES Calgary l.ieut. C.O.T,C., Council Ag. Rep. '44-'45, lnterfac Basket- ball, Interfax: Rugby, Pol. Ec. Club, Frosh Exec. '41, Ag. Club, Men's Economics Club, Phi Kappa Pi. ARLEDGE HILL Stirling Outdoor Club, Ag. Club, Music Club, Ag, lnterfac Basketball Mar., Lambda Chi Alpha. JOHN JORGENS Calgary Sr. Rugby, Mgr. Rugby '41- '49-'43, Pres, Rugby '44, Sec.- Treas. M.A.B. '41, Schedule Man '49, M.C, Color Night '49, Men's Economics Club, Delta Upsilon. JOHN KENWOOD WILLIAM LOBAY IBNER NONNECKE Edmonton Edmonton Edmonton Ag, Club. Ag. Club, Philosoph Society. Lieut. C.O.T.C., Enforcement Committee, Philosoph. Soc'ty. Ag. Club X Page 0110 Ilufulred mul Sixty-seven. x gre .i ill A MCE i E 1,4-,ff X .KZ AGRICULTURE E: ik y one a, ,. , EDWIN PATCHING Lethbridge Ag. Club Pres. '44-'45, Sr' Basketball Mgr. '44-'45, Sr' Basketball, lnlerfac Football' Junior Golden Bears, Delta Kappa Epsilon. JOHN ROBBLEE GEORGE SHEWCHUK Caylev Edmonton Ag. Club Exec., lnterlac Rug' by, Philosoph, Society, Delta Kappa Epsilon. I O -J I'..l..EJ1-l',.P .. CHEMICAL STANLEY ASSELSTINE SOLOMAN BELZBERG ALBERT DARIMONT JOHN GREGORY Edmonton Calgary Edmonton Edmonton E.S.S., Chem. Club, E.S.S., Sigma Alpha Mu. E.S.S., Newman Club, Chem. E.S.S., Chem. Club, Outdoor Club, Club, Parnassus. DONALD HARVIE Calgary ESS., Badminton Club, Phil osophical Society, Lieut. CO- T.C., Asst. Direc. E. 84 G. '45 Kappa Sigma. I JOHN LAURIENTE Trail ESS., lnterfac Hockey, Bas- ketball, Chem, Club, Newman Club, St. JoseDh's House Committee Sec., SU. Council 45, Kappa Sigma. ROBERT LEWIS SAMUEL LOSHAEK DUNCAN MCCRACKEN RALPH MCDOUGALL Claresl-iolm Calgary Victoria Edmonton E.S.S., Music Club, Philosop. E.S.S., lnterlac Rugby, Sigma lnkerlac Rugby and Boxing, E.S.S., Chem. Club, Society, Kappa Sigma. Alpha Mu. Chem. Club, Vice-Pres. '45, E.S.S. Exec. '45. Pflgl1i0llf HIlll,1I7'0ll rnirl S'i.l'!y-eight tiki ,ll - -t - d7I'.-ll0l1I'-P .. C H E M l CIVIL JOHN NICHOLLS ALEX. RUBIN GERALD BERNARD REINARD BRANDLEY Edmonton Edmonton Edmonton Stirling E.S.S., Senior Class Exec. '45, E.S.S,, Chem. Club, Sigma E SS., S,E,l.C E.S.S., S.E.l.C., lnterfec Alpha Mu, Basketball. Ci X, f civil. STEPHEN CHRUMKA EARL DANCHUK OTTO ENARSON BILL FEAD DAVID FERGUSON Tilley Edmonton Wetaskiwin Edmonton Blairmore E.S,S, Newman Club, E.S,S., S.E.l.C., l.U.C.F. E.S.S., lnterfac Rugby, House E.S.S,, S,E.l.C. Dance Committee. ,f xx . -N iIi,, A x .ffm-:gif Hft. It f M' -- t,1'C-.TIL 4... Nei?'eff:..1,l:1tQiw-u GEORGE HUTTON WILLIAM JACKSON OWEN JONES JACK LONGWORTH LESLIE NELSON Bellevue Vancouver, B.C. Coleman Bellevue Edmonton Sec: Lit, Assn '44, PVCS' I-if Lie-M, C-OAJLCV, SWIVYIFTUYWS Inzerfac Football, Zeta Psi. Junior Class Exec, '43-'44, E.S.S., Parnassus Club. 14:5 n, 45, Lambda Chi Al- Club, lnterfac Rugby, Zeta Psi. 55.54, gergoy Class Exec, '44, D d- '45, S, .I, . Page One Hundred and Surly-wine ffzb . flsesfzfs -, CIVIL Pres. C.D.3. 43, lvlam.-rnysics ...tv....... . ...,.,,.,,, . ..,,, ,,-...,. v,,,,, -V W Y v Y Club, Lambcla Chr Alpha, '43-'44, Chairman Major War Drive '44-'45, lnterfac Rugby, - Associate Editor of Gateway '44f '45, E.S.S., Phi Delta Theta, ELECTRICAL -3,47 GEORGE AGNEW Provost E.S.S., A.I.E.E., Dramatics, Malte-up Club Pres. '42 I43. Ll.. L rs -. . lf . .E DUNCAN BATH CLARENCE CARLSON MARTIN CHIZEN CHESTER CLARK HAROLD CORMICK Standard Edmonton Egremont Calgary Edmonton E.S.S.,A.l,E.E.,Swimmin5 I,R.E., E.S.S., A.l.E.E., E.S.S., A.l.E.E. E.S.S., A.l.E.E., Kappa E.S.5.,A.l.E.E.,Swimming Club, Aeronautics Club, Math. and Physics Club. Sigma. Club, lnterfac Ru5by,Sec. Hockey. Treas. Junior Class '43- '44, Kappa Sigma. WARREN DOZE LAWRENCEW.FISHER M. GREENWOOD EGON HOLLM ADAM KRAVETZ M. PODGURNEY Edmonton Hillcrest Carseland Creston, B.C, lnnisfree Calmar E.S.S., A,l.E.E., Outdoor A.l.E.E., ESS. E.5.S,,A.l.E.E., Swimming E.S.S., A,l.E.E., l.R.E., In- E.S.S., A.l.E.E., A.l.R,E. E.S.S., A.l.E.E. Club, Swimming Club, Club. terfac Rugby. Fencing Club. Page One H zuidred and Sevcniy ELECTRICAL if DON ROBERTS Calgary ESS., I.R.E.S., A.I.E.E., M and Physics Club, Fencing Club, Track, Aeronautics Club. ath. 'ly JACK SETTERS Red Deer Block A Club, Interf. Hockey, Interfac Rugby, Junior Golden Bears, Senior Golden Bears, E.S.S., A,4l.E.E,, Kapoa Sigma. .4 Aga ARTHUR STEVINSON WINSTON STOTHERT JOHN WEEKS Veteran Edmonton Esremont E.S.S., Council Rep. Lit. '45, E,S.S., Boxing, Swimming, E.S.S., A.l.E.E'., OulCIOCr Soph. Exec '43, A.l,E.E., Out- A.I.E,E., Outdoor Club, Lam- Club Exec. 43- 45. door Club, Aeronautics Club, Director House Dance Comm. MINING bda Chi Alpha. CLARE ANDERSON ROBERT BUCKLEY RALPH EDIE ALBERT MANIFOLD FRANK MANYLUK R. RICHARDSON LaGIace Calgary Vancouver, B,C. Edmonton Vermilion Lindbroolc Sooh. Exec. '43, E.S.S. Pres. Fresh. Class '41, Vice-Pres. Mining and Interfac Rugby, Sr. Basket' E.S.5., Mining and Geol. E-5-S-, MIFIIHS and Geo' Council Rep. '44, Sec. Dir. Fresh. Introduc. '43, GeoI.Society, Delta Kap- ball, Mining and Geal. Society. Society, Interfac Rugby Mining and Geol. Society Interfac Rugby, I-Ioclcey, pa Epsilon. Society Pres. '44-'45. lnterfac I-Iockey. '45, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Basketball, Junior Rugby, E.S.S. Exec. '41-'44, phil- harmonic Orch., Pres. M.- A.B. '45, Lt. C.O.T.C. '49-'45, Min. and GeOl. Society, Kappa Sigma. ARTS ELIZABETH CARSON LOLA DOWER YOSHIYE IWASHITA MGYWGYF1-2 Edmonton Edmonton EFl8IiSI1 CIUI9, AfCI12l'Y CII-Ib BasIcelbaI',VoIIeybaII, Senior g4?:-AS, Pres. CQ-ed Club, Rep, Co-ed Club '44.'45. GWYNETH JONES Red Deer Dramatics, Archery, S.C.M. Exec. '43-'45, Varsity Choir Direc. '43-'44, Music Club, French Club, Page One H unrlrerl and Sevenly-one MARGERY JONES Calgary fiifespres, Le Cercle Francais 6716141 0.11-24 05'r:Le.14-,c.,rL ARTS MARIE JORDAN Edmonton Pr Beta Phi. DORIS MCCUBBIN Calgary Interfac Basketball, English, Poly, Ec. Club, Gateway Features Editor '45, Debating Society Vice-Pres., lnter-year plays, Swimming Club . J-7Q"x ELIZ. MCCULLOUGH LOIS MacDONALD EDWIN NEPSQIQQ-' j':Xf:QX"x-1 Ped Deer Edmonton X Ed X llgn3rLiZl2iCSClub, Badminton, Delta Gamma qJ ,' -' it Xi' " I f ox yi, , ' ' I - ,1,,. . '.:,.5A' tx.. 'fnfil :N QNX? l FRANCIS O'HARA Edmonton Newman Club l .V I ry I ,fy -iw KATHLEEN PIKE Edmonton Delta Gamma ROBT. PULLEYBLANK PROLET SCHNEIDER ALEX. SNOWDON Calgary New York, N,Y. Calgary Lt, C.O.T.C., Pres. LeCercle Francais 743345. Dramatlcs,Bes! ACtor'44, Xmas Fund Director '45, Telephone Handbook '45, Delta UDsllon. . at JAMES SPILLIOS Edmonton Gateway, Provincial News Drrec '44, Drama Society Vice-Pres, '44, Director '44, Pres. '45, Poll. Sc, Club Sec. '45, Phrlosooh, Society, Debating Club, Fencing Club Pres, '45. Q , 5 VICTOR STRATTE ASTA ZUCKERBERG Edmonton Castlegar, B.C. Public Speaking Club Sec., De- LeCercle Francais, Blue Stocking beting Club, Mzn's Econ. Club, Club, Outdoor Club. Badminton Club, Page One Hurzdrerl and Srvrrzly Iwo Ulf!! - JLILJ. f5'c.R6le11ceu it HONORS CHEMIST ff? 1 X'-C X . CAM. AINSWORTH RICHARD GRUNERT DAVID MILLER Bowness Edmonton Calgary DON. MORTIMER Diclsbury C.l.C, Philharmonic '41 Chem, Club, Swimming Club, Tennis Club, Out- door Club, '49, CO T.C., Band master '49-'43, Chem. Club. HON. CHEMISTRY H O N O R S ROBERT SHARPE Edmonton Chem. Club, Phi Kappa Club Exec. '45, St. Joe's Pi. I-louse Com, '44, Treas '45 JAMES MURPHY Victoria, BC Chem. Club, Newman PHYSICS rf N. lm ALAN SHAW LEONARD BLAYNEY ALFRED DAVIES SHELDON GIBSON MARY JOHNSON Calgary High River Edmonton Lethbridge Edmonton Chem- Club, SW"'f1mil'lS Club, Physics Club '4'l-'45, Swim- Math. and Physics Club Pres. Math, and Physics Club Pres., Fencing Club, Philharmonic, Badminton. ming Club. '44. VicefPres. Students' Council French Club, Swimming Club, of St. Stephens '45, Physics, Gateway. ,. R , f mu ' L., Li: l X If .li M4 ,Y fxi'-'fv-'H' COMMERCE ARCHIE CAMPBELL Calgary Commerce Club Exec. '43 Pres. '45f Sec. M.A.B. '45 Sr. Rugby, lnterfac Hockey, Track, Spanish Club, M.A.B. Sec.-Trees. '45, Phi Kappa Pi MURRAY JACQUES ORAH JOHNSON DOT. MONTGOMERY HELEN IPLQSILERAS Calgary Fairview Wetaskiwin egmdf 55 '. D , Spanish CIub,Commerke Club Womens Economics' Club, Comm. Club, Spanish Club, gjd'5'f4Vg'Y lelgrmf Egiuljyficcg Advertising Mgr. E. 8rG. '44, Spanish Club, Commerce Club Poly. Ec. Club, Pu Beta Phi. p,55- Womkws Economic BUS' MSP E- 8' G- 45, Phi SCHM' Club Sec.-Treas. '45, Xmas. Kappa P" Fund Exec. '43, Outdoor Page Une H umlrerl and Seventy-fhree N Club, Fencing Club, Blue- , stocking Club, Dramatics Club. ll," Direc. Provincial News '45. i J ff! , .1 , t, 1 xx X x . L .. X , ' l xl. X x - -- --,..,,. . , 141- COMMERCE . d.l1-0!. C. l.E.l1-.C'.-F JEAN PRITCHARD Edmonton Track, Women's Poly. Ec. Club Pres. '45, Badminton Club, Co-ed Club, Commerce Club, S.C.M. FRANCIS QUIGLEY Calgary Comm. Club, Newman Club, Pres Spanish Club, Sports Ed. E. 81 G '42-'43, Exec. Publicity Comm.'43, Gateway '44, Chairman Xmas Fund '43, Sec.-Treas. St. J0e's '44, Pres. St. Joe's, '45, Hockey Junior Rugby, Fresh, Intro. Comm '44, Dir. Prov. News '45, Pres. Senior Class '45, Phi Kappa Pi. HOUSEHOLD ECONOMICS MARY VAIR SOUCH Edmonton S.C.M. Trees. 45, Women's Poly.- Elub, Commerce Club, Spanish U . L. BROADFOOT Edmonton Outdoor Club, Music Club, I-louse Ec. Club, Badminton, Basketball, Pi Beta Phi. ELIZ. CAMPBELL PATRICIA CASEY EILEEN DUKE Edmonton Crosslield Edmonton I-louse. Ec. Exec. '44, I-louse. Ec., Basketball, Wauneita Exec. 44, Vice- Music Club Exec '43-'45, Track, Volleyball, Out- Pres. Junior Class '44, Delta Delta Delta. door Club, I-louse. Ec. Club, Badmin- ton Club, Kappa Alpha Theta. AUDREY FISHER Marshall, Saslc. BEATRICE GRANT Edmonton I-louse. Ec. Club, Co-ed House. Ec. Club, Senior Club, Interfax: Basketball. Class Exec. '45, Badmin- ton Club, Pi Beta Phi. .ll i. i i xi MARJ. HOLTSMAN Edmonton I-louse. Ec. Club, S.C.M., Arche Club Women's ,ry , Training Corps. JEAN KAISER Vermilion Junior Class Exec. '44, Music Club, E, 81 G. '45, House. Ee. Club, Badmin- ton Club, Kappa Alpha Theta. MARY McKIRDY PRISCILLA MEWHA BETTY KING M. MACDONALD Edmonton Edmonton W.A.A. Sec. 45, I-louse. I-louse. Ec. Club, Philhar- Ec. Club, Outdoor Club monic, Wauneita Jr. Rep. Vice-Pres. '44, Wauneita '44, Wauneita Pres. '45, Rep. '43, Senior Rep. '45, lnterfac Basketball, Delta Basketball. Delta .DeIta. Page One Huniired and Sezieniy-four Edmonton Edmonton House. Ec. Club, Swim- ArcheI'Y I'I0USPl'10lCI EC ming Club. Club C74 141- 4.11.1 - if c.z1e-11-c.e- USEHOLD ECONOMIC if - MARION MIGHT Edmonton Delta Gamma. J"'i .i ' i ,i s x fi g l N, M. L. OSSENDOTH Edmonton House. Ec. Club Phil harmonic, Newman Club, Delta, Delta Delta. -a .F ' Nix .g X X XX MADELYN OVEREND Calgary House.Ec. Club Pres. '45, Newman Club, Philhar- monic, Delta Delta Delta. ELVA PERDUE Taber Outdoor Club, l-louse, EC. Club, Dramatics. FAY RODNEY MURIEL SHORTREED Millet Edmonton House.Ec Club, Archery Badminton Club, Swim- Club, Swimming, Badmin- ming Club, Tennis Club, ton. Outdoor Club, House. Ec. Club. DOROTHY SMITH J OYCE STE MP Fort Saskatchewan Calgary House. Ec.Club, Archery House. Ec. Club, Music Pres. '44. Club, Glee Club, French Club. A. STEWART-IRVINE Edmonton House. Ec. Club, Waun- eita Fresh. Rep. '49, Swimming Club Pres. '43, Senior Class Vice-Pres. '45, Delta Delta Delta. DORIS TANNER Edmonton House, Ec. Club Vice- Pres, SU. '45, lnterlac Basketball, Philharmonic Outdoor Club, Blue Stocking Club, Delta, Delta Delta. LAW KAY. THOMPSON CHRIS. THOMSON Arrowwood Edmonton l-louse. Ec. Club, Delta House EC. Club, Outdoor Delta Delta. Club, x- .x . ROBERT HAZLETI' ED. JORRE DE ST. JORRE Vancouver, B.C. Victoria, B.C. Sec. Public Speaking Club. Debating Society Sec. '44, Law Club Treas. '45, Newman Club Treas, '45, Constitutional Enforce- ment Committee '45. Page One Hundred and Seventy-jfve JOSEPH SHOCTOR Edmonton Talent Show Dir. '45, Sr. Football, Philharmonic, Spring Play '43, Sec. Law Club '45, Lt. C.O.T.C., Pres. Lit. Society '45, Inter-varsity Debate '45. 56-241 mmf f5c.z.eJ4c.e- X flrl , MEDICINE STEELE BREWERTON GORDON BROWN Raymond Calgary M.Ll.S., Boxing Club Pres. M.U.S, Philharmonic, Asst. '43-'45, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Schedule Mgr. 45, Delta Kappa Epsilon. COLLIN CORKUM Calgary M.U.S., Lt, C.O.T,C., Philo- soph. Soc. Student Rep, '45, Public Speaking Club, Varsity Choir, Philharmonic, I.eCercIe Francais, E. 81 G. Director '45, Editor '44, KaDDd Sigma. MURRAY COWAN JOHN DEPEW Edmonton Victoria, B.C. M.U.S., Interfax: Rugby, Delta M.U.S., Outdoor Club Exec. Upsilon. 43-'45, Alpha Kappa Kappa. .44- G. FIERHELLER, B.A. GORDON FINLEY ARTHUR FOLLETT PAULINE GOULD HERBERT HALL Vancouver, B.C, Cranbrook, B.C. Calgary Royalties Edmonton M.U.S., Alpha Kappa M.U.S. M.U.S., Phi Kappa Pi. Women's Medical Club, MUS. Kappa. Outdoor Club. SHIRLEY HAYNES Edmonton Women's Medical Club, Blue Stocking Club, Kap- pa Alpha Theta. ELMER JOHNSTON RUSSELL LASTIWKA DORIS MACKAY ROBERT MAKAROFF lLou9hezd Edmonton Edmonton Saskatoon, Sask, M.U.S.,'AIpha Kappa Kappa M.LJ,S. Women's Medical Club, Blue- M.U.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa. itioclcing Club, Kappa Alpha eta. Page One H umlrcd and Sevcnly-six JACK OSBORNE Medicine Hat M.U.S,, Varsity Choir, Inter' year Plays, Mus, Club Students Rep. '44, Pres. '45, Make-up Club, Alpha Kappa Kappa. X Ziff! A z1.11-Jo. f5c.zleo111.gfo,eQ f,,,, 5- ,4f Y' s- - f 1 M E D I C l N E foe, ' .xg -.XX EUGENE PYLYPIUK OTTO RATH ROBERT ROBERTSON HARLAN TAYLOR GEORGE WONG ERNEST YELLE Beauvallon Edmonton Calgary Raymond Edmonton Edmonton M.U.S., Alpha Kappa M.L.l.S., Newman Club M.U.S., Mgr. lnterfac M.U.S., Swimming Club, M.U.S. M.U.S., Newman Club. Kappa. Alpha Kappa Kappa. Rugby 43, Mgr. Senior Basketball, Delta Kappa Rugby 44, Phi 'Kappa Pi. Epsilon. t. , , l- ' ll A l W l f .1 s c 1 E N cfjf, , , BETTY AARON RONALD BURWASH DONALD CAMPBELL MAVIS CHITTICK ALFRED DAVIES Edmonton Edmonton Edmonton Calgary Edmonton Chem. Club, Archery. Table Tennis Club Pres. 45, S.C,M., Swimming Club, Badminton, Phi Delta Theta. GatewayCirculation Mgr.45. HERMINE DE PFYFFER OLIVER FENIAK LAWRENCE FILIPPELLI ELDON FOOTE MARGERY FRASER Calgary Warspite Trail, B.C. Didsbury Kootenay Bay, B.C. lnterlac Basketball, Badminton Mining and Geol. Society. St. Joe's House Com. 43-45, Delta Upsilon. Badminton Club Pres. 43-45 Club, Kappa Alpha Theta. Newman Club, French Club. K-iDDd AlDl'N'l Tllefd. Page One Hundred and Seventy-seven ANT -f- 2 Y xxxx-,,A Xi. S, ,. J. C74 -I -141 -I a.f1-f. Cy rt zlea14-r'iel555gll 555D SCIENCE JOHN FRYER Carvel 1 .6 ' , ,I ZX' il!! i ll I f MARGUERITE HAYES Edmonton Dramatics Pres. 44, Blue Stocking Club, Co-ed Club, Badminton, Out- door Club. Xt X li I "W ,i - l ll V Xi ROBERT LAZO JOHN LUKENCHUK SHELIA McRAE Calgary Bus. Mgr. Tel. I-landboolc 45, Christmas Fund, Bus. Mgr. 45, Delta Upsilon. Myrnam Edmonton Sec.-Treas. Women's Ath- letics 44, Swimming Club, Interface Basketball, Delta Gamma. WM. MacDONALD Loyalist JAMES MANNING MARION MOSS SHIRLEY OZEROFF Calsarv Edmonton Edmonton Min. and Geol. Society, Dramatics, S.C.M. Sec. House Ec. Club, Kappa Phi Delta Theta. 45, Badminton. Alpha Theta. SYLVIA ROWAN Edmonton Gateway Reporter, Wo- man's Editor 44, C.U,P. 45, Swimming Club, Wo. men's Pres. 45, Delegate National C.U,P. Conf. 45, McLeod Club 43, House Ec. Club 45. x HERBERT SHACKER HARRY SCHLANG Edmonton Rosevar Badminton, Choir. l , X. Q I 'VZ -,TS 'A' aa ,fn -vt X MARY SHEAHAN GERALDINE SNOW RUTH STEELE St. Paul Edmonton Jarrow Swimming Club, Newman Club, Outdoor Club. DORCAS STEWART Edmonton Swimmin5Club,Women's lglilsciplinary 45, Pi Beta 1. Page One Hundred and Seventy-eight RUTH WADDELL THEO WIZE Calgary Edmonton lnterfac Basketball, E. 84 Interfac Sport, Delta G. 45, Kappa Alpha Gamma. Th eta. ,X ,5 l , ,f fl fiff 4' 'i ,.f'2ff'2fl.lffQ,f i- 'u . N + ' X 3 'J C ff xbf'-p iii Will lill X THEOLOGY i HARTFORD CANTELON, B.A. Vegreville lnterfaculty I-Iockey, Theology Club Pres. '43, Major War Drive '44, S.C.M, Pres. '43. DOUGLAS CARR, B.A. OTTOMAR CYPRIS, M.A. Edmonton Director University Choir '41-'42 0 -.ll -I'-. at at - - RUSSEL BEAIRSTO Egremont Ed. Club Exec. 44, S.C.M. Exec. 45, A.T.A. HAZEL BRATRUD WILLIAM BRUCE SHEELAGH CLOONEY ISABEL DEAN, B.A. Ryley Edmonton Edmonton Edmonton Ed. Club, Co-ed Club, Inter- Ed. Club, A.T.A. A.T.A., Philosophical Society News Editor Gateway 45, lac Basketball and Volley Student Rep. 45, Delta Ed. Club, AIA. Lildl Ball, A.T.A. Gamma. GARTH EGGENBERGER Rainier Senior Rugby, lnterfac Rugby, Interface Basketball Philhar- monic, Boxing Club, Men's Track, Swimming Club, Law Club Gateway, Sec. S.U. 45, lntervarsity Debates 45, Zeta Psi. LAWRENCE FISHER LILLIAN GIBSON GRETTA HANNA ANNE HERMAN Lethbridge Edmonton Edmonton Camrose Pres. Ed. Club 44, Exec. 45, Pres. W.A.A. 45, Women's Education Club, Dramatics Ed. Club, Co-ed Club, New Ed. Rep. on SU. 45, Make-up Sports Ediwf, E. 31 G. 45, Society, Co-ed Club, Le- man Club, Px.T.A. Pres. 44, Schedule Man 45, Sec. Varsity Christian Fellow- Cercle Francais, lnterlac Bas- A.T.A. shiD, A.T.A. ketball, A.T.A. Page O-ne Hundred and Seventy-nine .J x ixxrvd .X-Q i 9, E J 0 - sl' ,d- -I 0- 5 HILDEGARDE KEIL LOIS LONGMIRE MARG. MacLEOD, B.A. MAVIS MALLABONE JANET MARTIN Drumheller Irma Calgary Canmore Edmonton Ed. Club, Musical Club, Dramatics, Kappa Alpha Theta. Ed, Cl b, S 'm ' Cl b, Ed. Cl b, C CI b HQUSC E9 Club, Choir, Cosed IClubVEllce2Im1T5, Puhia Womengs Ec?JlTIbIrTilEf Cllub pl"Il1dfm0f1IC- Iosophical Society. Pres. 43, S.C.Nl., ATA. BETTY MASON Edmonton Ed. Club Exec. 43-45, Le Cercle Francais, Volleyball, lnterfac Basketball, Delta Delta Delta, A,T.A. VERNER NYBERG EDITH L. ROSBOROUGH Amisk Edmonton Ed. Club Exec. 45, Dramatics, Co-ed Club, ATA. i Aifllill. l ' i' ,f X , , . tx xc . ' fl'-' . Q .- g ' Q N N. - x MARION SANNES Cadogan Ed. Club, Co-ed Club, Inter- Fac Basketball and Volleyball, Track, S.C.Nl., A.T.A. x , ANNE SEMAK Clairmont Ed, Club, Co-ed Club, Phi- losophical Society, LeCercle Francais, A.T.A. E. SKENFIELD, B.A. MICHAEL SKUBA KATHLEEN SMITH SVERRE SOLBERG Edmonton Spzdden Fort Saskatchewan Edmonton Gateway News Ed. 43, Ed, Club, A.T.A., Swimming Ed. Club, A.T.A., Physics Ed. Club Exec. 45, Dramatic ZCBM., Co-ecl Club., Ed. Club. and Math. Club. gociety, A-T-At. PIYIIOSODIHCHI U , ociety. Page One Hundred and Eighty ORVILLE STRATTE, B.A. Edmonton Dramatics, Badminton, Ed- Club, Philosophical Society, lntzrfac Basketball, LeCercle Francais, Political Science. EDUCATION -xg .X SUV A X . . C . ,i , l i . r. ,, l MICHAEL TOMA JOAN VIRTUE, B.A. HARRISON WILTSE CAMPBELL YOUNG Willinsdvn Lethbridge Medicine Hat Calgary Ed. Club, Swimming Club, Ed. Club Exec. 45, Dramatics. Ed. Club, Dramatics, lnteryear Ed. Club, l.eCercle Francais, LeCercle Francais. Play Director 45, Dramatics. Mi . - kf i .X . QQ--'. l' l 'X g L ROGER BELZIL, B.A. St. Paul Asst. Bus. Mgr. Philharmonic '43, Exec. Law Quarterly '49-'44, Treas. Law Club '44, Pres. Law Club '45, Bus. Mgr. Gateway '45, Zeta Psi. CHESTER BURNS, B.A. Calgary Law Rell- S.Ll. '45, Exec. Law Club '45, Zeta Psi. 'ff , wife- "' 5.13: , . gsf '4 f Q3 'X ,Ji - 32 ..f 1 91' .34 ff- vr V -, it fx! 5 'we . . -.1 . - 'fri i'3:1, f-.- Q. .. l , - .E ,- .si,f.. .1 . .. tv . . Q.- . 6 N DONALD CORMIE, B.A. Edmonton Gateway Features Ed. '44, Editor- in-Chief '45, Debating Club Exec. '4Q-'44, Oudoor Club, Law Club, Swimming Club, Political Science Club, Philosophical Soc. Student Pep., C.S.M., C.O.T.C., Zeta Psi. A , "Z ! 0 ! 'X ' -X, X. lr in A, J .LA '. A K EFJJ? GRADUATED JANUARY, 1945 K GARTH EVANS ALEX FERNET FRANK FERGIE DONALD GILMOUR THOMAS JAMES Wdfnef Calgary Cranbrook Edmonton Victoria, BC- C.D.C., D.U.5-1 Mgr. Sr. C.D.C., D.U.S., Vice-Pres. C.D.C., D.lJ.S., Golf, Phi C.D.C., D.Ll.S., Council Rep. C.D.C., D.U.S., Interfac Foot- Baslcetball, Delta Llpsilon. 43-44, Pres. 44, Pres. New- Delta Theta. 44, lnterfac Rugby, Interfac ball, lnterfac Basketball, Zeta man Club 44. Basketball. Psi. Page One Hundred and Eighty-one 'Nf5'4efiV' X Xfm 5 'igckl I ,,2'i"4Q'-r-:ft 'ffl W QQ-t ijqj.'F- "1 , 58,3 X ' I in 274.1 I -111 GRADUATED JANUARY, 1945 R.WARSHAWSKl, B.Sc Mundare C.D.C,, D.U.S., lnterlac Basketball, lnterfac Rugby, Lnterlac Hockey, Zeta si. JOHN MCINNIS ALEX. NAY, B.SC. M. OTTEM, B.A. H. SAMUELS, BSC. TORLEIF WALHOVD Prince George, B.C. Two Hills Unity, Sask. Edmonton I Veteran cnc., ous., Block A c,D.c.,D.u.s. c.D.c., Dus., ummm SX-IDMCAM D-US, 5'Sff's C.D,C., D.u.s., Interfac Club, Senior Basketball, Football, lnterlac Basket- p 5 U' Basketball, Tennis, Golf. Phi Delta Theta. ball, Zeta Psi. Nh Q'Xfn,lxl f -. xx 0 GRADUATING AUGUST, 1945 BERNARD FREISEN HOWARD HALL CLIFFORD HARRISON W'nl'le"' Mdmlobd Edmonton Evesham, Saskatchewan C'D'C' C.D.C., lnterfac Hockey' C.D.C., D.U.S. Exec. 44 Tennis, D.Ll.S, Vice-Pres. 44' S.C.M. Exec. 44. HARRY JONES McLennan C.D.C., lnterfac Hockey and Rugby, Senior Rugby, Council Council Rep. S.-U, 45, Delta Kappa Epsilon. LORETTO KLASSEN, B.Sc. Bruno, Saskatchewan Kappa Alpha Theta. BRUCE MacKAY Edmonton CDC., D,U.S., Senior and lnterfac Hockey, Pres, Hockey 41-44, Senior Rugby, Block A Club, MJNB. Exec., ghoemaker Trophy 44, Zeta si. WAYNE MATKIN Edmonton CDC., D.U.S. Pres. 45. Page One Hundred Eighty-two AUBREY OLSEN Edmonton C.D,C., D.l.l.S., Pres. Fencing Club 49-44, Inter-Varsity Fencing, lnterfac Basketball, Interfac Hockey. ALEXANDER SLEVINSKY Kaleland C.D.C., D.U,S., Softball, Hockey Trainer 44. Il f fl' ll X' X X X, ,ff 0 1, I I xi, f, 0 l . ,F - .I if' J a A GRADUATED JANUARY, 1945 BERNARD ADILMAN GEO. BOORMAN, B.Sc. G. J. BRETON ANDREW CAIRNS GEORGE CHRISTIE Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Edmonton M.U.S, Kitscoty Royston, B.C. R.C.A.M.C,, M.U.S. R.C.A.M.C., M.U.S. R,C.A.M.C., MUS., Alpha R,C,A.M.C., M.U.S, Pres. Kappa Kappa. 43-44, Vice-Pres. 44, Interne r :AVL V Chairman C.A,M.S.l. 44, Alpha Kappa Kappa. , jf' . Q XX , ,N X ,fx K K J, ' x ALAN DIXON M. FERGUSON, B.Sc. WILLIAM FRENCH KENWOOD GREEN l CHAPIN KEY Edmonton Trochu Vernon, B.C. Prince Rupert, B.C, Edmonton M,U.S., Phi Delta Theta. C.W.A,C., Blue Stocking lZ,C.A.M.C., M.U.S. R.C.A.M.C., M.U.S., Alpha R.C.A.Nl.C., M.U.S. Club. Kappa Kappa. EDWARD KIDD, B.Sc. PETER KOZAK ARTHUR LIVINGSTONE WATSON MacCROSTIE RICHARD MCCRUM Edmonton Edmonton Waskatenau Vancouver, B.C. Edmonton R.C.A.M.C., M.U.S., Phi R.C.A.M.C., M.U.S. R.C.A.M.C., M.U.S. R,C.A.M.C., M,U.S. R.C.A.M.C,, M,U,S. Exec. Delta Thema. 44, Alpha Kappa Kappa- t , XX. . ,-."'.rEj:l'x 3,4-, L -Xl. Q I,-af . . Page One Hundred and Eighty-three XA 1 ,I C 1-11 D A., f' GRADUATED JANUARY, 1945 WM. MacDONALD,B.Sc. WILLIAM MacEWAN JAMES MACLEOD GEORGE MILLER Calgary Vancouver, BC. Medicine Hat Elle Point l2.C.A,M.C., M.U.S. R.C.A.M.C,, Alpha Kappa l2.C,A,M.C., Nl.U.S. Exec. R.C.A.M.C., MUS., Delta Kappa. 44, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Upsilon. HERMAN MYERS VIOLET MYERS CAMPBELL OWER DONALD RICE, B.Sc. DOUGLAS ROY, B.Sc. Calgary Calgary Edmonton Lethbridge Lethbridge R.C.A.M.C. C.W.A.C. l?.C.A.M,C., Zeta Psi. R.C.A.M.C,, Delta Kappa l2.C.A.M,C., Delta Kappa Epsilon. Epsilon. EUGENE SKWAROK GORDON STRAUGHAN ALVIN TROTT WILLIAM TYSOE WINIFRED VAN KLEECK Edmonton Edm0f1f0I'l Edmonton Victoria, B.C. Armstrong, B.C. P-CA-M.C., MUS, Bdndf R.C.A.M.C. ' R.C,A.M.C., Alpha Kappa R.C.A.M.C., Phi Delta Theta. C.W.A.C., Women's Medical Newman Club. Kappa. Club, Blue Stocking Club, Kappa Alpha Theta. Page One Hundred and Eighly-four I g 2 I 0 0 1 Jef' -le - GRADUATED JANUARY, 1945 i LAWRENCE WIGGINS Edmonton l2.C.A.M,C., M,U.S,, Sr. Rugby, Phi Kappa Pi. X IAIN YOUNGER, B.Sc. Edmonton R.C.A.M,C., M.U.S., Exec 41443, Students' Council 44, Disciplinary Enf. Com., lnterfac Ru by, and Hockey, Chairman Blood' Donors' Campaign 44, Delta Upsilon. GRADUATING AUGUST, 1945 ii , .125 ?l4":f-"- JOHN ZACK New Westminster, B.C. l2.C.A.M.C., M.U.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa, RENE BOILEAU, B.Sc. Edmonton K. BRADSHAW, B.Sc. Edmonton WM. BARCLAY, B.A. L. BEAUCHAMP, B.Sc. WILLIAM BENNETT Vancouver, B.C. Edmonton Edmonton R.C,A,M.C., Alpha Kappa R.C,A.M.C., M.U.S., Phi R.C.A.M.C., M.U.S., Inter- Kappa. Delta Theta, lac hockey, basketball, rugby, l2.C,A.M.C., M.U.S., Fresh man Pres. '41, Soph Vice M.U.S., Inter- and Field and basketball, GILBERT CAMPBELL Edmonton R.C,A.M.C., M.U.S., Kappa Sigma. RICHARD CORBET, B.Sc. Edmonton R.C.A.M.C., M.l.l.S., Pres. '44, Exec. '49-'45 M.A.B '4i3, Senior Rugby, Delta Up Sl DTI. Delta Llpsilon. HOMER EDWARDS, BSC. Three Hills R.C.A,M.C., M.U,S. Pres. '49, Schedule Man '49, Gateway, Bus. Mgr. Tele phone Handbook '42, Asst. Dir. E. 81 G., lnterfac Rugby, Delta Upsilon. LLOYD GRISDALE, B.Sc. Olds R.C.A.M.C., M.U.S., Pres. Students' Union '43, Chair- man C.A.M.S.l. '44, Senior Track, Senior Rugby, lnterfac Basketball, Block "A" Club, Phi Delta,lTheta. Page One Hundred and Eighly-five Pres. Track Spiked UA.. JULIUS GUILD, B.Sc. Edmonton R.C.A.M.C., M,U.S., Music Club, Philharmonic, Dramatics, Interlac Rugby, Spiked Shoe Club. , A ,, v r V K X 1 G1 fi ,, : ' l A -fx , 5 0 l 'X a ,I I' -I a .. GRADUATING AUGUST, 1945 JEAN HUGILL R. JOHNSTON, B.Sc. H. MacKlNNON, B.Sc. TED MARFLEET, B.Sc. M. MARSHALL, B.Sc. Edmonton Edmonton Calgary Marwayne Taber C.W.A.C., M.U.S., W.M.S. R.C.A,M.C., M.U.S., Exec. R.C.A.M,C., M,l.l.S., lnter- R,C.A.M.C., M.U.S., Alpha R.C.A.M.C., M.l.l.S. '43, Phi Delta Theta, faf: Rugby, Delta Kappa Ep- Kappa Kappa, sr on. J. METCALFE, B.5C. Lethbridge R.C.A.M.C., M.U.S., Exec- Students' Council '45, lnter lac Football, Basketball, Sr Rugby, Golf, Phi Kappa Pi. " ' V ..-.- ' . .. A ,isa . . . -Eg . -... ,- , gaax.. t ,L -' S GEORGE SLEATH, BSC. Ti lf ' ' GEO E SMITH, B.Sc. K. SWALLOW, 5.51. New Westminster, HC. . Xi-.X T" ' ,Ki berley, HC. Edmonton R.C.A.M.C., fVl.U.S., Exec. ' lx ', ' fefw Xe A--4R.SFx,Nl.C., M.U.S., Delta C.W.A.C. '43, lnterfac Rugby, Senior ' - KX. gf "',",K,,ppd Epsilon, Rugby, Alpha Kappa Kappa. X, - Y' Y' ' ,gl , .l ll D ' NURSING DEGREE f-Q-.. T' TT JEAN BRUMWELL, R.N. MARGARET CLARK, R.N. HOPE GAULD, R.N. ELIZABETH HAHN, R.N. DORIS HASLOW, R.N. Vauxhall Edmonton Edmonton Calgary Claresholm McLeod Club Pres. 45. McLeod Club. fl5AriLeod Club, Delta Delta McLeod Club. McLeod Club. e ta. Xxx. , . X . . X . Page One Hundred and Ezghly-sw if'iff1A, Mia, -a..- Y' X ff "E 101, 1011-11 E J., NURSING DEGREE ...M GRACE HOPPE, R.N. RUTH INGRAM, R.N. VERNA KENNEDY, R.N. K. MACDONALD, R.N. M. MACDONALD, R.N. Edmonton Medicine Hat Edmonton Edmonton Vegreville McLeod Club, Varsity Choir. McLeod Club, Varsity Choir: McLeod Club, Varsity Choir. McLeod Club, Varsity Choir, lntervarsity Christian Fellow- E, 84 G., Philharmonic, Musical ship. Ass'n. Exec., Pi Beta Phi. ANN MILLER, R.N. CAROL SELLHORN, R.N. ECHO TEJZLOEF, R.N. Elk Point Redclitfe dmgr . McLeod club, Outdoor club, McLeod club, varsity choir. McLeod Club' 5W'm"1"'5 Club' Badminton Club, Pi Beta Phi. NURSING DIPLOMA ELIZABETH BOWES JUNE CAUSGROVE JOYCE CHRISTENSEN MARJORIE CLENDENAN RUTH COXON Camrose Edmonton Cal5dfY Cdliidfv Cdl5d"Y Sr. Basketball, Pres: Nurses Nurses' Basketball. Vice-Pres. Nurses Students' Students' Union '45. Union '44, Nurses' Basketball. Page One Hundred and Eighty-seven be J E1 J- .. NURSING DIPLOMA MARGARET CROCKETT BEVERLEY DAHL DOREEN DALY MARGARET DOCHERTY FLORENCEERTCKSON Edmonton Standard Westlock Edmonton Ponplca M' ,z Swrmming, Phnlharmonic, Delta Gamma. V- ' ' .IESSIE FEARNEHOUGH PATRICIA FOSTER PATRICIA GEORGE BERNICE GORDON MARLIS GRUNERT Wetaskiwin Calgary Killam Vnctoria, B.C. Edmonton Swimming Club, Nurses Vice-Pres. Freshman '41, Sr Newman Club. McLeod Club Exec. '44, Out- Swimming. Basketball. Basketball, Nurses' Wauneita door Club. Rep. '44, lVlcl.e0d Club, Pi Beta Phi. Donomv GUILD EVA HAWKINSON GEORGIE HENDERSON c. HALOWAYCHUK EILEEN HUNTER Lefhbndeff M-iverthorpe Lethbridge Chipman Calgary Mflwd CIUI1 SW"f'mif'9- McLeod Club, outdoofclub Page One Hundred and Eighty-eziglzl f-0l,l, af- - -l' ,Z NURSING DIPLOMA L war JUNE IRVING ELEANOR .IAMIESON MORNA KENNEDY ENID LOFTS JOSEPHINE METCALF Edmonton Sylvan Lake Lloydminster, Saskatchewan Edmonton Victoria, HC. McLeod Club, Delta Delta Swimming Club. Delta, SLILY4MUIR MARJORIE PEARCE R. PENROWLEY ARLENE PINCH ELAINE ROSBOROUGH Iieduc Tawatinaw Marshall, Saskatchewan Edmonton Edmonton McLeod Club, Exec. '40, '45, McLeod Club, Swimming Qlchery, Swimming, Pi Beta Club. I. GWENDOLYN SCOTT PHYLLIS SHAW ELEANOR SHELDON ALICE THOMAS MARION TORRANCE Edmonton Edmonton Edmonton Edmonton Carbon lglcteod Club, Swimming Delta Delta Delta. U . Page One H unrlrerl and Eighty-nine f if . ,Ziff -i ,H L. . , mil .,' -dll I' CIA -P .. NURSING DIPLOMA , I aa.. xA,4,.12 QR PHYLLIS TOSHACH, B.A. STELLA WALLACE 5 DOROTHY WILTZEN Drumheller Boyle ' Leduc Alpha Delta Pi CU.B.C.J I I-QX senior Basketball. ff! ,f lf, I NURSING DIPLOMA IN PUBLIC HEALTH DOROTHY GEESON, R.N. GLADYS HUTCHINGS, R.N. JUNE BUUERWICKI R'N' Holden Gull Lake, Saskatchewan Calwf McLeod club, s.c.M., varsity McLeod club, varsity chair, McLeod Club. Choir. Dramatics, Swimming, Basketball. Ri--I.l-I I. If 5 P H A R M A C Y if ,iff DEGREE D I P L O M A ,fig ,, 'wg fl!! M LVM' If if I ff ff' Aff-T'hh3,'LLQ'lAid MARY WHOLEY Sedgewick Pharm, Club Exec, 44 Women's Dis. Exec. 44, Blue Stocking Club, Pi Beta Phi. Ill? ,, ISABEL GEORGE E. GRAHAM GORDON GROUES ISABEL MERRICK ROBERT TREDGER Vancouver, B.C. Calgary Wetaskiwin Rocky Mtn. House Edmonton Pharm, Club, Exeg, Pharm Club Exec. 43-45, C.Q.Nl.S., C.O.T.C. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Page One Hundred and Ninety , f I l . CZJL. - - Jzraoffl , 'lf EDUCATION LAW MED:c1NEjQA-fling? Ox' ".v -X HOWARDCARRICO,B.Sc. W. YOUNG, B.H.Ec. CSask.D WM. CLARK, B.Com. PAUL DROUIN RAY DUNCAN,B.A. Edmonton Waseca, Saskatchewan Edmonton St. Paul Vlctoria, B.C. University Choir, Co-ed Club 5.C,M., Dramatics, Ed. CIub, A.T.A., Outdoor Club. I I I , Q' MEDICINE JACK EDWARDS PATRICK KIMMITT, B.Sc. A. MACKAY, B.Sc. JOHN MCCUTCHEON WILLIAM STEWART, B.Sc, Edmonton Edmonton Edmonton Edmonton Victoria, B.C. uorlfuffordr - gf -lam or ARTS EDUCATION SCIENCE WILLIAM COUSINS ARLENE GISH ERIC ANSLEY ALINE MERCIER ROY HOUGLUND ROGER .IOHNSTONE Coleman Calgary Medicine Hat Blairmore Provost Edmonton Page One Hundred and Ning?-ond X w .--: , . X , , x C .' Contents MILITARY FRATERNITIES ADVERTISING AND INDEX 1 A 1 f f 11 ' .X ' I - ,I 1. v n . , , fl 13:-' 35, ,L 'H ,. 1 f' ' N , A K H I X .K X xk I ' i V h 1 1 N' N' . Lx? I f J AJ X ff t k l I J l H , y ' f ' I :Qi J , ff ' 2 Y , A f .3 , .-0' J:'5T7'5'+ . lr 5 Y jf .Il am, if lx! Z V ll N . W' 1' X :L . ,,.A -. 1 'v ..' . , .J .1 , . uk ' ,glmn '.- V., . 33.2, .. Hfxfw f "-:, A r 3 ,- P ' A . if . I ' ,J ,.v . P va S JZ, ' 1 ,. n ' '11, . . N. ,Vffzff .5 ', 121, ,. K 'S-Q. . uni! - ,fu .. 1, iw, '-.R dm ff. ig . , . ,l.".. ,.. V' 4, . , . "P.wx:.e, ' .2 X 4,'T,,nf, ,T V'Yvf'.V P' f'7"51' , ' 13: ,z-1. V , fl' .L y V 'x .,.n.4,3.r 5' ,V ". 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J, , v.'.. In f .- 1 fx qnka 1 I 2 . ? "bl 'H fa, x 1 V 1 r .Uk f . 4 ."' - . VJ A X 1: S UM- A . , L1 x.3'x EW f x I --cy f-X1-14.1 .. Q 'X .11 . 75, 12 v N 1. .fn xll.'r"'f v r , mv WT -- E 5, , ,fl wa WN f x 9 2 , ,, ' . ', 7 M, Q rv . mv, . ,Q V . f, - , . M 3 X x N 4 -H+ ' I Y , , . -, . . x ,A H ' ,X " wr.. V, fr X-Tb' ' ,a ' 'm"'-FQ M QQ' - 1 'ff . 1 5 IL ' we , ,, f , 1 ' A 4' if ' - x v 1 , , ' W., 'I A.. f ' ,,'Q 1 uf, Canadian Qllicers, l-raining Corps ln sending greetings and all good vvislwes lor success to the Evergreen 84 Gold vve are reminded tlwat we are in tl'ie sixtli year ol tlie War and tliat vve may reasonably anticipate a fairly speedy end to tlwe conflict. llie University ol Alberta Contingent of tlwe Qllicers Training Corps l'ias continued to carry out its duties during tlwe vvar under varying circumstances and will continue to do so. Altlriougli tlwe name ol tlie unit lias not been clianged, we are not, at tlwe present time engaged in training ollicers. Qur main duties are confined to basic training vvlwicli all students must undergo. llwe Canadian Army still demands personnel from our ranlqs vvliicli tlwey may train as teclinical ollicers MAJ. F. OWEN, sz ifc LT. COL. P. S. WARREN Commanding Officer in some branch of tlwe service. llie training ol teclwnical ollicers is too long and arduous a taslc to be undertalcen by students in tl'ieir undergraduate years. lliat tl'ie unit l'ias been successlul in its endeavours is demonstrated by tlwe number ol cadets vvlwo have been accepted lor active service. Nearly 'l,QOO cadets from tlwe unit are on active service ol vvlwiclw some 5OOl'1ave received commissions in some brancli ol l-lis Majesty's Forces. Tlriis is a record wliiclw brings distinct credit, not only to our unit but to our University. LT. COL. P. S. WARREN, Qtlicer Commanding, University ol Alberta Contingent, Canadian Qllicers Training Corps Page 0110 Hinzrlroal mill Ninety-six MAJ. TOWERTON Unit Instructor MAJ. A. WEST Paymaster CAPT. C. R. TRACY MAJ. W. G. HARDY Adjutant Presidtnt Officers' Mess I ,U wx The Officers' Mess Banquet Page One Hundred and N inely-seven Warrant Qfficers Sergeants R. s. M. SNOWDONj SGT. MAJ. CROFT SGT. MAJ. ROBB SGT. CRUICKSHANK ,,p,,,,,,...,,w,,,,..,,M.... . . W V - - - K. 1 Sgls. Mess Executive The Serscanls' Mus A Page One Hundred and Ninety-eight I Q 'Xl n'-V X wtxlilca I1 M '!". ' Q H MQ Y ?1 2 H 55235 sw if , K p xfg ' f if . ! Q f 2-tsl 7 .I 'L 1"5-Q, Tifetixf' . . , X L ' ' x h . x 'K ,A , f E' ff 9 I 3 if NS' 'Q f N ff. S. LT. W. JOHNS - - LT. B. JACKSON - - - SGT. SGT. SGT. SGT. B-Coy Company Commander Platoon Commander Company Sgt. Major - - Platoon Sgt. Platoon Sgt. - Platoon Sgt. A Lecture on Bren by the O.C. 2-LT. 2-LT. SGT. Seclion Bayonet Drill C-Coy LT. W. BROADFOOT - - Company Commander SGT. MAJ. D. LOW e Company SSL Mdjo, SGT. B. DUNSWORTH - . . plgtoon Sgt, CPL. M. HAJASH A - Platoon Sgt. Orders lor the Day - SGT. DUNSWORTH SGT. MAJ. LOW CPL. HAJASH LT. BROADFOOT D. HARVIE - V J. SHOCTOR - - - - MAJ. P. PETRASHUYK - - Company Commander Platoon Commander Company Sgt. Major SGT. SGT. J. TOWERS - - - E. HOCHHAUSEN - Gas Instruction - - Platoon Sgt. - Platoon Sgt. Lei! to Right: SGT. MAJ. PETRASHUYK, 2-LT. HARVIE, SGT. HOCHHAUSEN Present Arms! 2-LT. SHOCTOR, SGT. TOWERS Prlge Two I'l'llfIlfL1I'Ull and Om: U. A. S. The Link Trainer Signalling Practice The University Air Squadron was authorized to continue into the third year oi its operation at the open- ing oi the University session. Despite exceedingly high medical and personal requirements about twenty- iive recruits were accepted from the Freshman class. The Unit carried on training vvith a total strength oi about one hundred for the First term. ln line with the general reduction oi the British Commonwealth Air Training plan instructions were later received to disband the University Air Squadron, eiiective 3'lst December, 1944, The Unit therefore oiiically ceased to operate on that date. A very successful banquet vvas attended by some eighty-Five men oi the Unit in January. The University and all personnel connected with the Unit have every reason to be proud oi the record oi the No. 8 UAS. during the tvvo and a hali years oi its liie. An exceptionally high standard oi training vvas maintained. No small percentage oi the total strength transierred to the Special Reserve of the l2.C.A.l:. These lormer members have seen service in theatres oi operation oi the l?.C.A.F. in many parts of the world. When the history ol University activities during the war period is Finally vvritten, not the least bright interlude vvill be the story oi the role of the No. 8 University Air Squadron. ,-,,,, ,. . ,... 1 '13 T ' ' f s . T v- H . r, i V? ..- . 7 fl' 'Q ' lf- g ' , ...LU ,fgflfn lf". :Leg L ' ..,f. . Q .ww lv . wif ,fiml "' ip - Q ,. ., . 11- W 1 ' 7 min, i 1-ii.. 1, tai.- N X On the Ranse Pugu T-wo Ilitrifiml mir! Two L " ' T N x n . I-iff. " 5. K Q T . , 1 A 1. T The ..1.f. if J . ' fit. H M.C.S. N NSUCH U. N. T. D. The University Naval Training Division at U. of A. has completed another success- ful year on the campus. A large enrollment Further proved that the west is Navy conscious and the service appeals to Alberta boys. Rodney Division, the "seasoned salts" took more advanced training in such subjects as Pilotage and Navigation, lnvasion Tactics, and Control of Merchant Shipping. Dralce and Nelson, the two new entry divisions, vvere initiated into Navy ways and Navy-ese vvith a general lecture on the service and seamanship instruction. ,a LT CMDR MATTHEWS LT McGUlRE Page TlL'0ifI'llIldfCfI and T lrrce Rifle Drill at lhe Ship RODNEY DIVISION All U.lNl.-l.D. ratings will complete tbeir yearls instruction with a two weelcs period at tlwe coast on tlwe First ol May. Some senior ratings will remain all summer lor training on board snip and aslwore, and more graduating students will go on Active Service lor tlne duration. U.lXl.l.D. ratings graduating in Electrical Engineering have been interviewed by a technical ollicerls selection board vvitlw a view to entering naval service as teclinical otlicers. As in tbe past, U.lXl.l'.D. was under tlie command ol A. W. Matthews, Lt.-Cmdr. CSRQ l2.C.N.V.l2. R. W. McGuire, l.t. l2.C.N.V.l2. was Divisional Officer, and instructors from I-I.M.C.S. Nonsucli were Lt. W. E. Smitlw, S-Lt. F. Mclfvoy and Leading Seamen Fraser and Purin. Page Two Hzmrlrczl and Four ALL IN A DAYS WQIQK MISS M. PATRICK Director WCDMEINVS During the year T944-45, the women students on the Alberta Campus under the leadership oi Miss patriclc cheerfully served with an all-out etlort for victory. ln order to complete the 60 hours necessary for compulsory war worlc the girls gave freely oi their time to drill, canteen and sports. Then too, new and interesting war services were added from which the girls might choose the worlc they most desired. The latest addition to the list of war services is Recreational Leader- ship, courses given the First two months. These proved interesting and helpful in preparing the students lor leadership in their various groups. included were the Guides and Brownie Packs, C.G.l.T. groups, and the Y.W.C.A. clubs. This otfers an opportunity for leaders to continue their worlc in their own groups and to gain war hours. Qnce again the commands of ufxttentionn were given by capable feminine instructors. The girls who had qualified as instructors last year took over the training of the Freshettes. Then as the term drew to a close, the Final training and march past of all women students, together with additional training given to the precision squad com- pleted this branch of war services. The precision squad is comprised of the NC. Ctiicers, Company commanders, and the RS. Major malcing a total of Q4 girls. Direction of the Women's Army Division was given by Miss Foslcett and Miss Marjorie l-'loltsman who is the Regimental Sergeant Major. Army Ranks at Attention on Albertrs Campus Page Two H zmdrerl and Six x l WAI? SERVICES Additional war hours were obtained by students for an active participation in their favorite sport. Ar least one-third of the war hours were gained in this way. Under the expert guidance ol Joyce Stemp and Fay Rodney as leaders, and Eleanor Fraser and Irene Miller as treasurers, the Uni- versity Canteen swung into action. Alter overcoming the dirliculties of obtaining supplies, chiefly doughnuts, they Finally found to the reliel ol the leaders that everybody approved of l-lenry's doughnuts. The canteen proved very successful, not as much in lucrative returns but in the appreciative "thanks" of the soldiers. Qther canteen work was done at the Allied Services Centre under the direction of Pat Wyatt while others worlced at the American Canteen under the leadership ol Lola Dower and Kay Pilce. The Red Cross group under the guidance of Nora Mitchell lcnitted squares for alghans. A completed afghan was rallled in aid ol the Christmas lund. Social Service lectures were once more given which proved inter- esting and helpful. All ol the women students contributed over 60 hours to the various war services, and thus lelt that they were doing their small bit lor victory. The Toughening-up Process The Canteen Squad in Action Rum Rqligng? Page Two Hundred and Seven R. M. HARDY Faculty Adviser AL ROSS, Chairman BOB MACKENZIE LES NELSON I i War 5ervices Committee With the war rapidly drawing to a close the students decided the 1944-45 Major War Drive should contribute some article useful to returning veterans. It was decided to buy a small superficial X-ray unit, for S1,500, for the new soldiers' wing of the University l-lospital. ln this way the students felt the wounded veterans would receive better than the usual treatment, long after hostilities had ceased. The Major War Drive toolc place the weelc of January 8th to 13th. During the first two days individual faculties raced for 100W contri- butions of 51.00 per student. The co-operation received was out- standing, with the Commerce Club first to go over the top. ln the last three days wide-open tagging for 51.00 per student ranged all over the campus. Professors, students and even the millcmen were buttonholed and rifled for available funds. 'lo decrease the enmity of some, special shows lilce an imitation operation of the X-ray unit, a 6-piece band and shoe shiners gave students in the Arts Rotunda some diversion between classes. By Saturday noon, the drive was over the top, 51,570.00 had been raised. A drive promise of a free house dance lured all and sundry. Mr. R. lvl. l-lardy provided the necessary faculty assistance. Bob Pulleybanlt directed a successful 5400.00 campaign for the Christmas Fund. The usual "jug" was raffled by the lawyers. Some- thing new was instituted in the form of paying for requested student talent over the Talent l-lour on CKUA. A tag day and house dance made the objective a certainty ...., hampers were made up and dis- tributed to needy districts in the north. The ISS. Committee under .laclc Pritchard, through a tie auction sponsored by the boys in 5teve's and a tag day featuring Engineer vs. Med. rivalry, went over the necessary quota of S300.00. This money will go to the assistance of students in foreign countries where war has all but eliminated facilities for study. The co-operation and enthusiasm on the part of students and faculty was outstanding in all the drives. lhese drives materially aided in rejuvenating life on the campus. You May Be Next l 1 . I .pdf I Guess Who in the Final Drive Page Two Hundred and Eight X I .M 1:-.n li .',f. r .n Q, ':A.'q.y,k. -X ., W .. MLA- 'UF ' f. , I - w ff., . -n a 1 T G , , Nixf . t l' Tag ? -"' r sq T ' uf -tc .- All r,crr . t I x i rx 3 '41 A-ul: 'gl ,N I , ,, in 1, -rt 3 .fl li T-, s K' 3 DONATIONS 1, -A A sfqfjfy v J CN Q I! fs If ,. i Alll '. 5 X. ... :.-- 1 ' sq ggi: I ' rlsk-f fQ fps. ' f, f JJ V 'tl-f 6 DONATIONS AD! , N - if ' if i H9 , r oo I Oo 10 DONATIONS COMMITTEE: JAMES METCALFE CLIVE BOWLSBY BOB JOHNSTON PAULINE GOULD DORIS MACKAY Blood Donor Committee This year saw the organization of a Blood Donor Committee on the Campus, which worked in co-operation with the Red Cross Blood Donor Clinic overtown. Chair- man Jimmy Metcalfe and committee were on hand during Fall registration to sign up the students for donations- sowessential to our armed services. The response was indeed gratifyinggnearly 'IOOCZ exchanged their signa- tures forthe "Blood Donor" Pin. It had been arranged with the Clinic that Thursday would be Varsity Night, and thirty students were to make donations each week. Much of the time-consuming work was done by the girls ofthe first and second year Med. classes. It was their job to phone those students who had signed up, and obtain thirty each week who were free to make a donation on Thursday evening. Unfortunately, the girls often had to phone quite a few before the re- quired thirty were obtained. Clive Bowlsby took over the chairmanship after Christmas and saw the drive through to a successful completion. Varsity has played another small, though important part in helping the war effort. To those who donated their blood, this committee would like to extend its gratitude on behalf of our fighting men over there. 1. Marg. Hunter tests AdeIle's Haemoglobin 2. How's the Blood Pressure, Kay? 3. Little Latter Gives Her Pint 4. Oh Nursie! Lois McQueen finds wllat's left of Red Anderson's Pulse 5. Brewerton, Thorsness, Taylor and Cummins recuperate with Bettv Aaron Page Two H unrlrcrl and N ine Adamic, Vladimir Arnold, Walter Gray Baker, Charles Oren Baker, George Raymond Brosseau, Albert Bury, William Gladstanes Callaway, Richard Laurence Cameron, Wilfred Lawrie Christie, Earl John Constabaris, James Coons, Leroy Duncan Corbett, Bruce Sherwood Dallamore, John Walter Dewar, Francis lrving Digney, Roderick Joseph Douglas, Arlie Berton Edmond, Norman Douglas England, George Albert Felstead, Robert Clive KILLED Foster, Robert Charles Gibault, Joseph Leon Gulbraa, Harold Heard, Stanley Mervyn Henry, William George Hewson, William Clifford Hughes, Arthur Francis Garnsey Hutton, Walter Lloyd Hyland, Thomas Vincent Kirkland, Harry Nettleton Knapp, William Ward Lennox, Andrew Little, Walter Carlyle Logie, Robert Fraser McAllister, Leslie Duncan McCormick, James Archibald This list was compiled from the Files ofthe War Records Committee, University oi Alberta, as 'at Feb. '15, 1945, and is correct only insofar as is the information received from available sources. McDaniel, Donald Patton Macdonald, Charles George Macdonald, lan Batty McDonald, Verdun Frederick McLaughlin, Howard Mark McNabb, Donald Robert Mandel, Jacob Barney Medhurst, Neil Douglas Merryweather, Hugh Morgan, Joseph Evan Munn, James Roy Munro Gordon Chapman Noble, Arc..ie Thomas Nykiforuk, Nick Patrick, Alexander Granton Peters, Francis Lionel Pfrimmer, Hunter Take up our quarrel with the foe: To you from failing hands we throw The torch, be yours to hold it high. If ye break faith with us who die We shall not sleep, though poppies ln Flanders fields. 'John McCrae. Canadian National War Memorial, Ottawa Page Two Hundreri and Ten grow HONOR RCJLL KILLED Polomark, John Marshall Procter, Richard Campbell Procter, Robert Lanning Pybus, Gordon Henry Reid, William Archibald Roberts, John Milne Robertson, Donald Kenneth Robertson, Wilbert James Roxburgh, William Garland Scott, Robert Allen Sewall, William Stuart Smith, Bonn Cory Smith, Richard Clare Thomas, Edward Craig Tingle, Cyril Nisbet Travers, Charles Uretzky, Harry Wilkinson, Laurence Hughes Williams, David Gabb Yavis, George C. Your Flaming torch aloft we bear, With burning heart an oath we swear To keep the faith, to Fight it through, To crush the foe or sleep with you in Flanders Fields. -C. B. Galbreath. PRESUMED DEAD Alger, Gordon Forbes Allen, Joseph Cletus Briese, Richard Gustav Cardell, John Sommerville Clarke, Bennett Winthrop Costigan, Norman Edward Dewis, Frederick Sayre Diamond, John Edmund Garfin, Irving Walter Gordon, John Arthur Gerald Graham, Robert Heffernan, John Anthony Irwin, Robert Aubrey Johnstone, William Thomas Kirkwood, Douglass Stanley Smith Lepsoe, Robert - CASUALTIES AS OF FEBRUARY 13th, 1945 Page Two Hundred and Eleven MacDonald, Alan tuart McEwen, Alan James McKnight, William Lidstone McLean, James Robert Macpherson, Hugh Douglas Kingsley Magee, Thomas John Millar, John Whitla Moodie, Kenneth William Nickerson, William James Murdoch Palethorpe, Donald Moir Redmond, Joseph Coates Shortliffe, Hance Logan Sterne, John Rutherford Sutton, Kenneth Roger Talbot, John Rodger Terwillegar, Norman Allin Young, Alan Wilmot Whiston, James Arthur Canadian War Memorial, Vimy Q. 5. 9' v ., , f. 's ' . I. l... L I . i ' 1 '- J, r v, Y 1 '1 fg. ,S ,Q 7 :S ' -fi 1. 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M Psl3r:1D1Qi!f,fIRi'td Canada Gamma Chapter Esiablished 1932 JEAN BLACK ELIZABETH CAMPBELL MARGARET CARTER LUCILLE COTE LILY CUTTS DORIS DRUMMOND HOPE GAULD LUCY GAINOR JUNE IRVING GWYN JONES Actives BETTY MASON MURIEL MacDONALD MADELYN OVEREND MARY LOU OSSENDOTH JOYCE OXLAND MURIEL SMITH DOROTHY SOBY ALICE STEWART-IRVINE DORIS TANNER ALICE THOMAS KAY THOMPSON Officers President - - - ELIZABETH CAMPBELL Vice-President - - MURIEL MCICDONALD Secretary - - - ALICE STEWART-IRVINE Treasurer - - - BETTY MASON pledges JEAN ANDERSON 0 f 5 foo - 30 9 la 'fini-dx OLIVE OXLAND MARION PUFFER 'NZ Nz? V,:!ZQ' ---E 5 A were gm sg " ' -- 3? P,-..., : 4' T- . ,... 1 'In . up ' I E I QrigiygssnilllllgvgnuIm1IlIIuII,!!MII:J, In gay -AZT I uIlI"sI5EIirfsST-fij5E,5,-. 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' V Ri Beta Rhi FOUNDED 1867 MONMOUTH COLLEGE Alberta Alpha Chapter Established 1931 ik S Sb 2 Faculty EIAZEL MEINTYRE MuRIEL RICHARDS Actives DORIS AUSTIN TEIERESA MECRAE LAVONNE BROADFOOT ANN MILLER PATRICIA FOSTER IRENE MILLER MARY GREER MuRIEL NESS BEATRICE GRANT ARLENE RINCEI BETTY GRAI-IAM ORENE ROSS MARYLEA HOLLIcK.I4ENYON DOROTI-IY ROSTRuR JEANNE HICKEY VERA REDDEKORR ANITA EIECIQLEY FRANCES STANLEY MARJORIE EIuLBuRT MARY SPENCER MARIE JORDAN DORCAS STEWART MILDRED LONGMAN MARGARET SMATEIERS PATRICIA MacDONALD DOROTI-IY WARD KAY MACDONALD MARY WEIOLEY JEAN MACDONALD BETH WEIR DOROTHY MONTGOMERY SI-IIRLEY WILSON Executive President . - ---- DORCAS STEWART Vice-President - - - JEANNE IAIICKEY Secretary - - - - BEA GRANT Treasurer - - DOROTHY MONTGOMERY Pledges GWEN COOK JOANNE MELDRuM 2 'I 1, A ..-5 gui EYWQUUE IRQ. ' W-IS f- -' K9 , lg-44 IL'-S' I lex M I Eiktffiftg ACI fl RTI jr 1 f.II4IcIIIII 4 S ' ' -Q I I L M R fRf'fIRzTIff' A-I I I ' .1 1 , I: 'T .1 I ' '..4+ff,z- ,I D A I AA X. Si?" In lm :mmm .E I E"RlI,Q'41 IYII I I Xp' Jfiiak L i TT Ffifi-'.f 'Q' 'fi ff" Rv G, If ly' A 4 ' f 'vl- 1- -ftv-.-'Tf'tI"' ,,,E .I 1 Iwi- f - . P-'If-IV ,, Q ...- ..,,I,V, , , , . I'uUf' Two Hzuulrml mul Sevenlccn 3 Delta Kappa Epsilon FOUNDED 1844, YALE UNIVERSITY 1 D Delia Phi Chapter Established 1932 1' Faculty J. S. CHARLESWORTH DR. C. V. JAMIESON J. W. PORTEOUS Actives GORDON ANDERSON ROLAND LaZERTE RED ANDERSON JOHN MacCRIMMON WILLIAM ARMSTRONG HECTOR MacKINNON BRUCE BLAYNEY JIM MacLEOD JACK BRADBURY IAN MCBRIDE STEELE BREWERTON ED PATCHING GORDON BROWN HUGH RAE TOM CARSCADDEN STU ROBBLEE JOHN COLTER DON RICE RALPH EDIE DOUG ROY JACK EDWARDS BUD SEAGER BOB FRASER GEORGE SMITH KEN GALLOWAY HARLAN TAYLOR HARRY JONES HENRY TOUPIN VERN KRAUSE JOE TREDGER Executive President - - - - - - - BOB FRASER Vice-President - - ED PATCHING Secretary - - - STEELE BREWERTON Treasurer - - HECTOR MacKINNON pICdQeS FRED BASSON CHAL MCNICHOL MAC CAMERON AL MILLER BILL HURLBURT IAN MITCHELL BILL JONES BLAKE RYAN HUGH McBRIDE CYRIL WORTS WALT ZINTER ii vim.-Z, . - A he Digi -A Llii' I 1 1 'f7f'3?TF .'lI'- viii Tiiii .aaa ,E k ia y Q ,f'!ll! ki .L . . iii.iiQJ. I In jJ',L,,:lfQ ,g E ,, f -. ii, I,-?".?f", ', In .IL 5, v -xkcx "A 'C Page Two Ilzmflrcrl and EI'glII6'l'Il In T' ' GTE :kb Delta Llpsilon FOUNDED 1834 WILLIAMS COLLEGE Alberta College Established 1935 F. G. WINSPEAR BILL ANDERSON BOB BUTLER RENE BOILEAU MURRAY COWAN BILL COWLEY GLEN CUMMINS STAN DEAKIN BOB DILKE ELDON FOOTE MICKEY I-IAJASH KEN HART Faculty DR. W. ca. HARDY Actives BILL BENNETT DR. R. B. SANDIN DAVE HEDLIN LLOYD I-IUTTON BOB LAZO DOUG LOVE AL PETTIS BOB PULLEYBLANK BOB RUSSELL NORM TROUTI-I ARIE VAN DER LEE JIM WYLEY DICK CORBETT ' -9 Executive President - - NORM TROUTI-I Secretary - - - KEN HART Treasurer - MURRAY COWAN pledges JIM CUMMINGS AL MELNYCK STACEY EASTON RIDLEY SHAW AL EDWARDS HADLEY WARD JIM GRANT ALEX WEBER BILL JEWTTT VERN WHITE DICK McDONALD ROY SPACKMAN Kiifeifigikx :h ftir f , rc T .- - E' A-'7 ' Tiifiu.-.T fm .ll:::5:Ew.1' xeglllf' X25 L: 'SE- few-T -2 ' - 'E i. iff fx LI FF E TIER B E IIC-QTTTQTQHTILQIST E A METER L' ll' -E 52 l'TfT,T vil lifiv' Al 'El 5 A E I l Ti ' -lf lwll ,f-'. ' cz. " -"'5 . ef , ., , Raw, ,fy All 'Y .,3',',f -E ff--ff E542 ,eg 'LMT-T AR-A-fb 9 T C Q, , 'Q A ' ei L " L :EA . 1- , - g EETSSVPRQTTE -WR A ,E -. , J, 75,5 ,., A-.-.w- i Z . I .',?f.1 . M y 'sp 5' : W-- Page Two H zmdrerl l T f H un: A Ll Linen ,,. - ' Mr Lambda Chi AIpha ESTABLISHED 1909 BOSTON UNIVERSITY Epsilon Rho Chapter Established 1945fFormerIy Alpha Chi Fraternity Faculty G. W. GOVIER L. A. TI-IORSSEN DR. L. W. MCELROY Actives DOUGLAS BAINES GUY DOWNIE BOB BAPTIE MARK GRANT FRANK BLACK ARLEDGE I-IILL JIM BROWN GEORGE I-IUTTON GUNNER CAMPBELL ALEX JARDINE MURRAY CARROLL LEN MAI-IER I-IERB CI-IRISTIE GORDON MCGUFFIN MAC CORKUM LLOYD MILLER HERBERT CLARK ALEX PYRCI-I DON CULI-IAM BILL PETTINGER MICHAEL DERENIUK ANATOL ROSI-IKO ALF DION WINSTON STOTI-IERT DON DOWNIE I-IARRY SIMPSON DES WATT Officers President - - ---- ANATOL ROSI-IKO Vice-President - - MAC CORKUM Secretary - - - FRANK BLACK Treasurer - - WINSTON STOTI-IERT Pledges KEITI-I DIXON DICK ROUSSEAU DENIS I-IOUGAN TED STEWART DOUG LOGAN ALBERT URSCI-IEL .W . IAN xx." 1' I is.-L aifsgwlfr-135415 Zh ' I I .,. l I , -If . -.- A-fr '- -6-Q. EE-"SRV A gif? I - 51125 'LHIQKI Iii? 'I IIIIIIILTY. 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' "'-M .. fly. ,ca gi, jp SSM I'uyc' Tum Ilullrlrcfl and Twenty if A X i ,,.Xx x Kappa Sigma I Xi dl N Q I P FOUNDED 1869 UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Epsilon Alpha Chapter Established 1939 ITCICUIIIY MAURICE MITCHELL Actives BRUCE ALLSOPP RALPH JOHNSON BOB BROWN BOB JUDGE BOB BUCKLEY LLOYD KJORVEN CHES CLARK JOHNNY LAURIENTE JIM CLOW BOB LEWIS NEIL COLLINS JOHNNY MAYHOOD COLLIN CORKUM BUD MCGINNIS HAL CORMICK JIM MCLEOD JACK CUYLER JACK PARDER ALEX FALLOW GORDON PROCTOR EV GRAHAM JACK SETTERS ALF HARPER TOM SISSONS DON HARVIE JOHN SKENE GEORGE HORNE JACK TOWERS JACK HOULGATE JACK RANDLE STU WRIGHT OIIicers President - - - - - HAL CORMICK Vice-President - - ALF HARPER Secretary - A - DON HARVIE Treasurer - - --'- RALPH JOHNSON Pledges AL BRAY LES HOLMES BRUCE BURGESS JACK PRITCHARD COLIN CAMPBELL PHIL PROCTOR ALEX HARPER FRED TERENTIUK SAM HENDERSON JIM WALLBRIDGE 3.1 A A QV wi -Q-G W - I I Ig 4. ajwgzi- 'Sm pg, l',rxf", i giwf- if KLA, gsm , qj ' ' k R 1- .4-I 'A 'M 1 in Ll. X . , - , :L iiii ' E I'-""' ,x L ,III is L?- fi-' 3'I-IVY,"-i'IIII ', . -- L. .' 'Q. -fi S -2 ? " 2 fi i - I I 2 N E :LIE ,A bmw I 1 : I-W, P ar is pi .S-iii Q ,Q Vi J' V dl PLL: , .--- Z- g, fin. 1 ., 015' ' -- .caring It ' , - , - a.. I: H19 "'3 gf Y V 7, K .-, -E ,. G Page Two Hundred and Twenty-one If Us PIII DeIta Theta FOUNDED 1848 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Alberta Chapter Established 1930 . ff' I ,eg- "'- gf F, I 1 " Faculty DR. O. J, WALKER DR. A. H. MacLENNAN M. J. HUSTON Actives LOUIS BEAUCHAMP JAMES MCEWEN ARTHUR BERRY JOHN MCINNIS DONALD CAMPBELL DON MCMILLAN DON COLTER KEN MCMURCHY NEIL DUNCAN RON NATTRESS FRANK FERCuIE KEN NICKERSON CAL FLETCHER JACK PENZER SANDY GILCHRIST ALEX RICHARDSON GUS GRIFFIN JIM RITCHIE RAY HACJER AL ROSS BERT HALL BILL SIMPSON ART HOWARD JACK WILLIAMS OIFicers President - - - AL ROSS Vice-President - - SANDY GILCHRIST Secretary - - - KEN NICKERSON Treasurer - JACK PENZER Hedges DON BAKER BOB JACKSON BOB BLACKETT ROSS JEFFERIES DAVE COLLS JOE LAUERMAN RODERICK COOK CLARE LIDEN JIM DUNN RODERICK MCDANIEL BRIAN DUNSWORTH RUSSELL MELBY ERIC GEDDES WARREN MILLARD ROY HARRIS SCOVIL MURRAY If A - - - f 32?-'Sf2z'Q, . ..e Q I T wr i Q... kv: D' "I' ja .g?a,EiE1'p?1i42zQ:?SiIL5:2 3', I ' t . I ,H . nara-na.1'Hiiwa:nw- L if ... I I - IQ 'I 1. II. I ' I YP Img if J 'WI'-'Egg H EE " -"if: I7 I ' IEC mfg. 4 S F Z ff Page Two H Luzdred and T urnnty-two -' ' S Cf' - j i X II PIII Kappa Pi FOUNDED 1913 UNIVERSITIES OF TORONTO AND McGlLL Delta Mu Chapter Established 1930 7, FacuIty DR. J. A. ALLEN PROF. M. M. MacINTYRE DR. H. H. GILCHRIST DEAN R. S. L. WILSON PROF. R. M. HARDY DEAN R. D. SINCLAIR DR. A. W. MATTHEWS DR. F. A. WYATT Actives CLIVE BOWLSBY BOB ROBERTSON ARCHY CAMPBELL WILF RYAN NORM CAMPBELL BOB SHARPE ERNIE CUDBY JOHN STEFANELLI BARSS DIMOCK GEORGE VARSEVELD HOMER EDWARDS LLOYD MacLEAN DAWN FAIRBAIRN BRENT SCOTT ART FOLLETT RAY SLITHERLAND JOE FRASER AL SPENCE HU HARRIES NORMAN SMITH RON HELMER JACK ROSBOROUGH MURRAY JACOLIES FRANK OLIIGLEY BOB KASTING HAROLD WILLIAMS JIM METCALFE u DONALD MacDONALD BOB RENNER ADAM WALDIE JOE O'BRIEN OIFicers President - - - - ART FOLLETT Vice-President - - DAWN FAIRBURN Secretary - - BARSS DIMOCK Treasurer - - ARCHY CAMPBELL PIeoI9es ROY ASHFORD ALLAN EDWARDS DON WOOLLEY BILL DIMOCK I .5 , -, 5 "4 MPP' ii. .TI , -,1-'i-'- , R-Q -.-F: 552 ,WM-"Q .Tile AEG- 1. .... . "iF-13325:f:fZ7J".75-5'-. -' I? ' L .... 4 . I . F v,' r 10:jB.,f... P gi J ill. JI' 3 7M , 1 e j- I gap! ---5 F 4 Ll 'Ai'- 1. 4 A K JI 1444 f5IfI' ..a O- ' K4 wif! 3:2-g'f'5Tf! '1fE,-.. if f X- H 'D Page Two H 1mrlrerl rmrl T-wcnly-lhree Sigma Alpha Mu FOUNDED 1909 COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK Mu Beta Chapter Established 1941 491279 X91 ww? Faculty DR, M. M. CANTOR Actives SAM LOSHAEK SAM BELZBERG LEO LYMAN GERALD FASMAN ARTHUR HORODEZKY JUDAH BUSHEIKIN HERB GUTTMAN JACK RVER VICTOR SAMUELS BEN TORCHINSKV ALEX RUBIN ERNEST REINHOLD Officers , President - 7 - - - SAM LOSHAEK Secretary - - - - LEO LVMAN Treasurer - - ARTHUR HORODEZKY IDIQCISZS ARNOLD LESK IRA YOUNG HYMAN CALMAN MELVIN MACKLIN MARVIN DOWER NATHAN STARR HENRY BREZER BILL SWITZER , I EPS. f,Q-.L L 'TUT A l l-A Z4 ,' PAD 'If l-T -3, N, :T-T1 ER' -J . :if 1 . i s' 'i' IHA f? flf 431 12 THE! .,- A x. t at T B i T .. ,- .Hgs ::1es1m :sz:' T Y X W i r i mg .iiiiaiaiIIlLIiIl,I,.!llag fis.fII I in I 'IH W 'EEIEI IIII Qa?x , , iiQ1 H, ' -'fx mf- I' ? -3-72,5 ' -- i"."' 1 X 24: M-f+ J ti f I V --- Q ww., . --W- -MM M, rl. ..,. Pugr' Tivo Hizririiwl mul Tiiwrzly-fznli' Mf"N . L.. J... - X I fa i KM FOUNDED 1847 NEW DONALD CAMERON C. W. CLEMENT TED BAUGI-I ROGER BELZIL FRANK BENEDICT CI-IES BURNS BILL CLARK DON CORMIE KEN CROCKETT DON DICK BILL BOYER PAUL GREENWOOD GEORGE MOONEY A LI., I ' wif: Gif v -2 A1 I QI if Eat 'Ii . P Zeta Psi YORK UNIVERSITY Mu Theta Chapter Established 1930 '?If?1f5 - .Q A W 'T'9!i!-E'f2"I",. L. Faculty DR. J. K. FIFE DR. R. K. GORDON DR. P. I-I. MALCOLMSON Actives BUD EGGENBERGER BLAKE FORREST RON GIBBONS JACK GRAHAM ALLAN I-IEPBURN BILL JACKSON OWEN JONES A K M G E CAM owtsa FR N C O V Qfticers President - - BILL JACKSON Vice-President - - BILL CLARK Secretary - - - AL I-IEPBURN Treasurer - - CI-IES BURNS I3IecIges age Two H NN T'- DON MacDONALD BRUCE MacKAY DON WRAY ,-, L ,I1Hl.,3?H A Z . 1-74 , gf 1 . ' "I Nh"'!?.f'i.-. sZ'f.3'iWg+,- f xx 'JT' my- , , - .. VL: 1.45 " W, p qieigniifp v.-:L I mae Q I pw ,TQ fIT f7'..E'- '- :It .. - "FLT ' A -L..4' ,. 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MURRAY JACQUES, ' Business Manager. Page Two H zmdred mul Twenty-sin: . nc, Z" cf ,fl',1f ",V X Qt QX -4. . x 5" . f -V: f ' , X ,,,,. f V - . . .N,. - Q , , , , fi M. 4? 4 , i 1 W- w X , . .af , W Q5 . In .,",.,. Q,.: .,.,4.,,.. , 3 Q 0 t, ,Ln-,,... -x,: Q ix R .5 W - ,fdnf-.fA J ,b.L QXXXXXIX, K sf Q Yffzffw Cl? ' gvti' Q kov-MMJK-i?"'-V W 'ff' ffiiliifrvv Sv 23 M' ,5 1 ' ' ' ' W W QQ ' N F- S u ' r. lie Secret ol Success in our opinion lies not so muclm in grabbing oil every available job, as it does in turning out vvlwat vvorl4 vve do ol tlie lwiglmest possible quality. you tlwere- lore have a riglwt to expect designs, plwoto- graplis, and plioto-engravings vvlwiclw lead tlwe Field ol tlwe Graplwic Arts vvlmen you entrust us vvitln your valued patronage. HOUSEZ LIMITED ARTISTS'PHOTOGRAPHERS'LITHO-DESIGNERSENGRAVERS Jffawvfan, FI L El E Fi T Fl d X X gf llll i I i hm lim T-5.2-j Ill Iii. ggi Q iuusrniri 1- . 0x5IABHSPACKAGEDFSlGNS.CATAl0GUESADVERHSING OM E lfi mii l, QQ Kyra gg? 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'f """i?'2 32' 6:-W.. r R u Factual Information . . . Penetrating Editorials To the newspaper which gives leadership, leadership is given. The Journal's afternoon delivery to 24,000 Edmonton homes, the total net paid distribution to over 42,000 daily subscribers, representing the unquestioned circulation leadership be- tween Winnipeg and Vancouver, is a direct result of providing readers with the best in News, Editorials, Features and Advertising. Here in Edmonton, the focal point of the new land and air routes, leaders in Thought and Action lcnow the importance of factual information and penetrating editorials presented daily in the ..... ipmuutqn iluurnal Page Two H lmdrcd and Thirty-two 4- Waterpower . . . Source of Abundant 1 f 1 A I I . I I Y , v 1 I . CAN HELP PROVIDE MAXIMUM PGSTWAR EMPLOYMENT Thanks to an abundance of water- power, Canada is a land exception- ally rich in electricity. During recent years, more than one third of this electric output has been used for War. When Victory is won, it can prove an outstanding peacetime asset. Applied to our great natural re- sources, it can make us one of the world's most-favoured lands. It can increase the efficiency of our fac- tories and farms and bring new beauty and convenience to our cities and homes. sw V ,, H" W .ncp fm, . 'Vi' ' sw' Before and After-Illustra ted here is a typical Canadian wa terpower site before and after installation of a. G-E equipped electric power sta tion. Canadian General Electric has played a leading part in harnessing Canada's abundant Wa ter owet. CG E-ZOIAT p To reap the full advantage of our heritage of electric power-we must plan its usage now. Without slack- ening our war effort, we must plan ahead, to make more and more use of electricity in the promotion of maximum employment . . . in the building of a prosperous postwar Canada. CANADIAN GE ER L ELECTRIC ff,3,TE,, Xx K I LOW-CDST LIFE Providing IN IIRAN f f r w . 'f f '- y Rf 'f ' Q., r ' shi, ,f M ' .. 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Q Q- fe ' j V , sf, , : 4- Ag" " f, . .salcg - ff H if a" :..:- X-,,.,,.g5w ' fa qv I Lg: sa f .ia . ' , Q, 5. , N. ,A 4 ,A i , K A. af' , . V X i , H a- ge 'lu . , , . , E 'Missy L 3 -. f v rp - , ra, . , . Q- fx 'X ,fxgaai . J , at In X." ,sg '- 3 .. X . XXX 3" ,, f ,, so ' a . ""' Q .1--0 ,,,, EZ' " fn 1., , N f L18 fi: 2 -Fx . :M at vyf " f a' m y .5 1' ' I Life insurance companies are much alike as to policies and rates, but actual long- term results vary widely. We invite you to compare The Mutual Lite of Canada's record with that of any other company. Evidence of the satisfaction of Mutual Life policyholders is furnished by the fact that whole families and succeeding generations have entrusted their life in- .. Eager . . . to Canadian in all walk of life surance programs exclusively to The Mutual Life, and each year approxi- mately 3592, of its new business comes from policyholders. Have a Mutual Life representative ex- plain the special features of this Com- pany . . . and let him help you select a policy adapted to your particular circumstances. .dj Make this Your Company by Becoming a Policyholder THE METULI OF CAIIADAL Established 1869 Head OHice Waterloo, Ont. Page Two H zmdrcrl and Thirly-four NATURAL The Modern Fuel PRESENTS NEW AND INTERESTING PQSSIBILITIES FOR FINER-EASIEI2 LIVING New I-Iome Builders are stressing the importance of comfort, convenience and economy in their pIans, and Natural Gas, wherever avaiIabIe, makes it possible to achieve this desire at reasonabIe cost. GAS is cIean-quickfdependable-the onIy fueI that gives instant high heat without waiting. Gas instaI- Iations for every heating and cooking purpose will malce your home a more comIortaI3Ie and convenient place than you ever dreamed it could he. , G NORTHWESTERN UTILITIES LIMITED Edmonton THE CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS, LIGHT, HEAT, 81 POWER CO. LTD. Calgary Natural Gas Service Page Two H umlred am! Tlzirly-jivc Ip' 'TF Ijo graduates Congratulations and Best Wishes For Your Continued Success U0 Vunciafzg 'zaciuataa We SI1aII Be I.ooIcing Forward to Serving you Again Next Year THE UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA LWYYT or rr ti The University Book Store Stt y - - - Drafting Supplies - - - Textbooks - - - University Pennants ancIC t E b d N tp p L b t yC t E h pP I F t P Ayb kpblhd b d dh II I1 tgtt tk Ilgtt The University Printing Department ADMISSION TICKETS DISPLAY CARDS BOOK-BINDING Y INVITATIONS CONCERT PROGRAMS HAND-BOOKS DANCE PROGRAMS PAMPHLETS ATTENTION FRATERNITIESI See us about your various printing needs A Printing Service for the University and University Societies iw mi PgT Hdd dThtJ M- 2016 Aruiict IIN FU UII FU UIIE The job you have now may not be permanent. It may end with the end ol the war. In any event, whether or not it does end, aggressive and energetic men are loolcing forward to security by their own etforts, and to a position that will permit them to take care of those dependent upon them, and themselves in their older age. Our representatives are averaging over 5950.00 per month each, and many ol them are earning much more. A NEW AND UNIQUE AGENCY SYSTEM HAS BEEN EVOLVED BY THE COMMERCIAL LIFE BY WHICH A STABILIZED, REGULAR, SUBSTANTIAL WEEKLY SALARY IS PROVIDED You are not thrown ruthlessly upon the world to produce business. This system provides a plan by which you will be Icept busy and waste no time in the Tield. lt is not possible to give Tull particulars here, but it will pay you to get in touch with The Commercial Life and asl4 Tor Tull inlormation. We provide whatever training is necessary, and you can obtain that training in your spare time in conjunction with your present occupation. As a matter ol Iact, very little training is required because this new system is simplicity itsell. This is not an unlimited otler as Tar as numbers are concerned because only one man or woman will be appointed Tor each district, but each Branch Otlice will supervise a number ol districts. It is wise to associate yourself with a rapidly-developing and aggressive com- pany as The Commercial Lite. As soon as conditions permit, The Commercial Life organization will be greatly extended, thus there will be good opportunities lor advancement. Group Insurance and Superannuation is provided Tor the Field Force oi The Commercial Lile. IF you are interested in your Iuture welfare on a permanent basis, do not neglect this opportunity of preparing yourself by our Home Study Plan. It will cost you nothing to investigate tI1is. WMERCIAL IFE fax C0 ll. '41 v As Cb fC d 1 'Z has " I ESUTCZIZCQ nlpan-y0 alla U -Ly ,I 1 H C COOPER Mana er Head Office 350 Bay Street ' ' ' 9 North Ontario Branch Office Torontb, Ontario I Western Head Omcel Sudbury, Ontario Edmonton, Alberta J. W. GLENWRIGHT, Managing Director Page Tivo Himrlrerl mill 7'lzifi'ly-sezivri ...s I .MA l tl 449422- "Self-propelled " A New Era in Farm Mechanization The perfection of the self-propelled combine by Massey-Harris just prior to the beginning of the war has opened up new possibilities to agricultural implement engineers. Adaptation of this principle to machines for other farm operations will give users more control over their worlc, reduce their requirements for extra help in rush seasons, and Iceep down their costs of production. Development of new types of machines for farming is an important factor in agricultural progress for with them worlc can be done quiclcer, with Iess physical effort, and more profitably. The development of the self-propelled combine marlcs another step forward even as the introduction of the reaper and the coming of the self-binder brought advance- ment with them. In its present line of machines Massey-Harris offers the Iatest advantages in time and Iabor saving equipment, advantages that have been of great help to farmers operating under the difficulties of wartime conditions. Your Iocal Massey-Harris dealer will be glad to give fuII particulars upon request. MASSEY-HARRIS COMPANY, LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1847 Toronto, Montreal, Moncton, Winnipeg, Brandon, Swift Current, Regina, Yorlcton, Calgary, Edmonton VGIICOUVCI' Page Two Hundred and Thirty-eighl X J MISS ELAINE WAGNER ferro 11 T PHCDNE 29356 11219 JASPER AVENUE TA r' or or 'T A Message :- To the Undergraduates . . . . we are looking forward to meeti g y u next fall To the Graduates . . . . . we wish you every good fortune . . and we welc your handshake whenever you happen o y . . VARSITY TUCK SHCDP SW -at Pg I H l"l IF 'lf Aaron, Miss R. B., 177 Adam, L. W., 75 Adilman, B., 183 AFfleck, G. H., 135, 50 Agnew, G. C., 170 Ainsworth, C., 173 Alcock, Miss P., 115 Allen, D. N., 75 Allman, R. T., 131, Qoo Allsopp, B. E., 131 Anderson, C. E., 171 Anderson, G. F., 131 Anderson Miss J. M., 75, 54 Anderson Anderson Miss M. E., 135 W. L., 135 Andrekson, A., 75 Angus, R. B., 75 Ansley, E., 191 Archer, W., 135, 196 Armbruster, Miss G., 75 Armstrong, Miss J., 75 Armstrong, W., 131 Arnett, Miss P. E., 75 Ashford, H. R., 75 Asselstine, S. H., 168 Auld, Miss S. J., 135 Austin, Miss D. M., 75 INDEX Baden, R. J., 75 Bailey, Miss M. E.,131 Baines, W. D., 131 Baker, B. L., 75 Baker, D. B., 131, 67 Baker, J. E. P., 75 Bikke, Miss R. D., 75 Baptie, R. S., 131 Baptist, K. A., 167 Baracos, A., 131 Barclay, W., 185 Barker, Miss D. H., 135 Barnes, D., 135, 100 Barnes, W. N., 75 Barry, G. S., 75 Barton, J. S., 135, 109 Bath, D. T., 170 K Batiuk, W., 75 Baugh, J. E.,135 Beairsto, R. G., 179 Beattie, W. C. F., 75 Beauchamp, Louis, 185 Beaudoin, J. E., 135 Becker, Miss J., 50 Beecroft, W. H., 131 Beeston, W. J., 75 Belik, E., 75 Bell, H. E., 131 Belzberg, S. l., 168 Belzfl, R. H., 181, 49, 114 Bennett, Miss H. M., 75 Bennett, W., 185 Bentley, D. D., 135, 59 Bernard, G. W., 169 Berry, A. L., 131 Bertrand, N. R.,135, 104 Besney, M., 135 Bevan, Mrs. J. l., 75 Bevan, M. R., 167, 49 Biamonte, Miss A. L.,135, 98 Bingham, O. T., 135 Black, F., 135 Black, Miss J. I., 135 Blackburn, N., 75 Blackett, R. S., 75 Blair, J. VJ., 131 Blayney, E. B., 131, 46,149,900 Blayney, J. L., 173 Boettcher, E. N., 75 Boettcher, E. E., 75 Boileau, R., 185 Boorman, A., 144, 107, 194, 195 Boorman, G. 183 Bowes, Miss E. H., 187 Bowlsby, C. S., 135 Bowness, W. C., 75 Prize Winners at 75 International Salons In 94 Different Countries GQERTZ STUDIQS Portraits - Commercial Photos La Fleche Building, Half Block South of Jasper Avenue on 109nd Street EDMONTON Phone 25766 Evening Sittings by Appoint- ment Page Two Hundred and Forty-one 3533 ai 77 , . . . . , , , . , , . . . .,. . . .... . 6 . . .. .. , ..,,....., . ..........,. , .,. . . .,., , . .,.. , : I : : 2 . . ,i , l gl Z z : :l l : 1 Z f : 1 . r Q. ' iv uuubbu 15151 ':-" 5552 1551 :::"" Q 12.? ffi 5 IEZIIZQ :" ' "E2 ff3':: fili :A"' iig ::':'A 4 llvbz 8 Now, when it is most important to buy only what you need, and to buy that with care... loolc for and depend upon EATON BRANDED LINES . . . the safety guides to war or peacetime shopping. Wartime shortages and conditions have made it impossible to maintain some EATON BRANDED LINES, so these items are out-of-stoclc for the duration . . . but they'll be baclc, and soon we hope! And remember at EATON'S you have the ad- ditional safeguard of "Goods Satisfactory or Money Refunded." EATON'Sf-The store for young Canada AQQTI N Co WESTERN LIMITED EDMONTON CANADA Boyer, T. W., 75 Bozzer, Miss R., 135 Bradbury, J. M., 75 Bradley, V. S., 131 Bradshaw, Kenneth, 185, 67 Brandley, R. W., 169 Bratrucl, Miss H. S. C., 179, 98 Bray, A, G., 75 Brennan, Miss M. E., 75 Breton, G. J., 183 Brewerton, S. C., 176. 46, 147 Brezer, H. C., 75 Broadfoot, Miss Lavonne, 174 Brown, G. D., 176 Brown, J. Alfred, 75 Brown, Miss M. G., 75, 1524 Brown R. A., 135 Brown R. S., 141 Brown, Miss R. M., 75 Brown W. L., 167 Brown W. T., 167 Brownell, Miss G. L. F., 75 Bruce, Miss F. G., 75 Bruce, W. J., 179 Brumwell, Miss H. J., 186,115 Bryant, J. A., 75 Bryant, K. N., 75 Buchan, Miss P. M., 75 Buchanan, Miss M. G., 131 Buclcholz, F. G., 76 Buckley, R. R., 171, 40, 46 Bunn, Miss B. l., 131, 54 Burgess, B. A., 76 Burnard, A. C., 76 Burnett, N. A., 76 Burnham, K. A., 76, 98 Burns, C. V., 181, 40,114 Burris, J. J., 135 Burton, D, A., 76 Burton, W. A., 76 Burwash, R. A., 177 Busheilcin, J. C., 131 Butler, P. E., 76 Butterwiclc, Mrs. E. J., 190 Bzawly, A. C., 76 Cairns, A., 183 Cairns, C., 76 Caldwell, L. W., 131 Callaway, Miss S. J., 135, 50, 97, 98,159 Calman, H., 76 Cameron, M. A., 131 Campbell, A. W., 173, 40, 46, 47, 67, 106, 156 Campbell, C. G., 76, 59 Campbell, D. J., 177 Campbell, Miss F. E., 174,119 Campbell, G., 185 Campbell, G. A. E., 135 Cantelon, H. A., 179 Caouette, Miss A. M., 76 Carlson, C. G., 170, 53 Page Two I-Iunrlrwl mul Forty-two Carmichael, J. E., 76 Carr, D. B., 179 Carriclc, C. E., 76 Carrico, H. B., 191 Carson, Miss E. l., 171, 47 Carscadden, T. M., 135 Carswell, H. A., 135 Carter, Miss M. A., 76 Carter, Miss R. E., 76 Cary, Miss S. M., 76 Casey, Miss M. A., 76 Casey, Miss P. M., 174 Castelli, L., 135 Causgrove, Miss B. J., 187, 40, 43 Caverhill, Miss G. ll., 135 Chamberlain, L. C., 135 Charette, F. X., 76 Charne, T. L., 76 Cheladyn, Miss L., 135 Chesney, Miss E. J., 135 Chittick, Miss M. K., 177, 50 Chizen, M., 170 Chmilar, M., 76 Chmilar, M. M., 131 Choate, D. C., 76 Choate, J. F., 76 Chonlco, M. E., 135, 95 Christensen, Miss J. E., 187 Christie, G., 183, 116 Christou, V. E.,131 Q Chrumka, S. J., 169 Clark, C. G., 170 Clark, G. F.,135, 104 Clark, H. G., 131 Clark, Miss M. G., 186 Clark, R. L. A., 76 Clark, R. F., 76 Clark, W. D., 191, 41, 46, 157 Clendenan, Miss M. C., 187 Clever, Miss E., 135 Clooney, Miss S., 179 Clow, J. A., 135, 53 Coates, G. F., 76 50, Coggles, Miss D. E. R., 135, 103 Colls, D. G., 76 Colter, D. R., 131 Cook, Miss G. M., 76 Cook, R. E.,131 Cook, R. N. P., 76 Cooke, Miss J. M., 76 Cooper, Miss G. C., 76 Corbet, R., 185, 116,117 Corkum, C. J., 176, 5Q,156,1 Corlcum, H. M., 135, 199 Cormick, H. L., 170 Cormie, D. H., 181, 49 Cote, Miss L. A., 135 Coughlan, J. W., 76 Courtney, Miss L. M., 76 Cousins, W., 191 99 Coutts, Miss K., 135 Covey, Miss J. E., 76 Cowan, J. M., 176 Cowley, W. H., 135 Coxon, Miss R., 187 Craig, Miss M. M., 76 Crockett, K. L., 135, 114 Crockett, Miss M. A., 188 Cronkhite, Miss R. E., 76 Cudby, E. E., 136 Culham, D. l.,136 Cumming, J. D.,131 Cummins, F. G., 136, 522 Cunningham, J. A., 76 Currie, D. H., 76 Curtis, C. R., 76 Cuyler, E. J., 136, 54 Cypris, O. F., 179 Dahl, Miss B., 188 Dalsin, Miss M. A., 136 Daly, Miss D. M., 188 D'Amico, R. A., 77 D'Arnico, Z., 77 Danchuk, E. M., 169 Dandurand, Miss T. Y., 136 D'Appolonia, Miss I. A., 136 Darichuk, G. T., 141 Darimont, A. G., 168 Dau, Miss D. M., 77 Davenport, Miss M. L., 131, 105 David, V. D., 77 I-' Q. 4 ss I x Vw 1 I X. Q., .. MUX SERVICED IN OUR STORES FROM I COAST TO COAST Davidson, Miss B. F., 77 Davidson, Miss M. M., 136 Davies, A., 173 Davies, A. F., 177 Davies, D. L., 77 Dawson, Miss J. R., 77 Day, J. H., 77 Deakin, S. J., 136, 134 Dean, Miss I. M., 179, 50 Deering, H., 77 Deksne, Miss R. E.,136 de Launay, L. H. W., 136 Depew, J., 176 de Pfylfer, Miss H. B., 177 Dereniuk, M. M., 136 Deslandes, Miss C. M., 136 Desson, G. H., 136 Dew, F. N., 77 Diamond, R. A., 77 Diamond, Miss S. Z ,131 Dick, D. D., 136 Dimock, W. R., 136, 94 Dinning, Miss D. E.,136 Dion, A. R., 77 Dixon, A., 183 Dixon, A. E., 136 Dixon, K. W., 77 Dlin, B. M., 131 Docherty, Miss M. M., 188 Dofka, H. H., 77 Dolinsky, M. J., 77 s 1-f 3 ,.,-u-1'1" T Going Some Place . . . ? f 15044 JEWELLERS X ,, Q Q W- N L ' X SA if I ' , ir S lfjawfl i N ' V 1. ,tifflzgffz '- , h f A , Xlff,f5"f :rl Fi 'lx' F. W .ix 4. 1' .- V' - 3 ,, , .i X J if ll 9 R. , J .. . - --I'-J, AT. , -ut, 1' lf' I T I ,jf 5 ,- 1-if f ff 'ZX' x Lf,V14N roamii 1 Page Two H unrlred mul F orly-llnw: What student doesn't want ito go places in the world? Wherever you go-whatever you dofremember: the Enancial angle will be import- ant. A sound banking connection will help you now and in later years. Start your "success fund" now by opening a savings account at our Edmonton branch. BANK OF MONTREAL xi - ll V MY H 10089 Jasper Avenue i THOMAS DICKSON, Klaumger working with Canadians in every walk of life since 1812 Fraser: Miss M. M., 177, 47, 149 . l K ,W W L. 'I ' ' g."'.9g, yf' 7g If-i" 4 5 Q ffl'f"f la gs-:Engl . ..: Fits .-HV 1 -sff-is 5 S ,. A ' E fm' 'i2+P"?"' , 5 Q X 8 ' ' .sf 'S sv K fs .P FI f 5- Q, ,ff .50 3 4 f gsas 'S '19 Ss 8 8 1 5' gi 'P QS- , ' go 2 - ' 31. 35 :T eg . I Ny 2- . A ' ii' ii 75:99 -5' - f s get 8 sv fa as fp ss' 's-max.-as 1 a. ' 5 ' Y 9 Q9 9 6 P 5 ,QB so - 9 'E' .a+ Lgegzlrln S ee o S' ,QD ,ggi f Q S 6' 5 gb , vol' 69' 7,"" b i o GQ 5 lv '. J, -,L4 fiifn v S Q Q '. 6,7 wif ' Rf Q 1 0' 65 GST-, 5 -2lQl5F'bf"1S'J:5i.5Ei M . Q 8' Q g 19- 586-Wi 1-,wbf-,qi,,',-was 1' .., . 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N Ula 451 l' W 'f 'l kf 9 J. Q Donald, l-l. J., 141 Donis, Miss L. A., 77 Donovan, J. H., 77 Douglas, R. P., 77 Dower, Miss L., 171 Dower, M. L., 77 Downie, D. M., 77 Downie, G. W., 136 Downie, M. F., 77 Doze, W. E., 170 Drew, Miss R. C., 131 Drouin, P., 191, 67, 95 Drummond, Miss D. P., 136 Dulce, Miss E. M., 174 Duncan, N. F., 131 Duncan, R., 191 Elford, Miss D. A., 136 Ellestad, Miss A. K., 77 Enarson, O. E., 169, 126 Erdman, l. E., 77 Erdman, K. L., 77, 98 Erickson, Miss F. E., 188 Esdale, W. L., 77 Eshpeter, Miss B., 77 Estrin, Miss P., 77 Evans, G., 181 Fairhead, Miss M., 136, 105 Fallow, V. R. A., 77 Farley, Miss J., 44 Farrell, Miss J. E., 77 Fasman, D. G., 77 Fazaclcerley, Miss M. M., 136 Fish, Miss B. M., 131,109 Fisher, Miss G. A., 174 Fisher, L. A., 179, 40 Fisher, L. W., 170 Fitzpatrick, G. F., 77 Fleming, Miss A. Y., 136 Fleming, Miss P. M., 78 Follett, A. V., 176, 67, 159 Fong, Miss A., 78 Foote, E. D., 177 Forbes, R. N., 78 Forrest, B. E., 78 Foster, Miss F. P., 136 Foster, Miss P. L., 188 Fowler, E. L., 78 Francis, R. L., 78 Dunn, J. S. C., 77 Dunsworth, B., 201, Dust, N. J., 136 Easton, E. S., 77 Fead, J. W., 169 Fearnehough, Miss J. D., 188 Fenialc, O. W., 177 Ferbey, Miss N., 77 Fraser, B., 117 Fraser Miss E. H., 136 Fraser, J., 67, 100 Fraser Miss J. C., 131, 109 Eccles, C. R., 77 Fergie, F., 181 Edie, R. W., 111 Edwards, A. M., 77 Edwards, Miss B. E., 136 Edwards, l-l., 185 Edwards, J., 191 Edwards, Miss L. E. L., 77 Edwards, T. A., 77 Eggenberger, G. K., 179, 41, 107 Elder, Miss V. L., 136 Ferguson, C., 77 Ferguson, D. A., 169 Ferguson, Miss Margaret, 183 Ferguson, R. M., 136 Fernet, A., 181 Fierheller, Gordon, 176 Filipkowski, Miss E., 77 98, Filippelli, L. J., 177 Finley, G. R., 176 Finn, Miss K. M., 136, 54,190 Page Two Hundred and F orly-four Fraser, Miss M. S., 78 Frederick, W. C., 78 Freed, Miss I. L., 78 Freisen, B., 182 French, W., 183 Frere, Miss T., 78 Fryer, J. F., 178 Fushtey, S., 131 Fysh, Miss A. l., 78 Galloway, K. D., 136 X. i Gander, J. E., 136, 40, 107 Garbutt, G. A., 78 Garlin, A., 78 Gauld, Miss M. I-i.,186 Geddes, E., 78 Geeson, Miss D. A., 190 Gehrlce, Miss L. R., 78 George, Miss l. R., 190 George, Miss P. M., 188 Gibb, H. W., 78 Gibbons, R. V., 131 Gibson, A. S., 173 Gibson, G. J., 131,1Q6, szoo Gibson, Miss L. R., 119, 41, 47, 53,91,1SZ6,159 Gibson, Miss M. E. F., 78 Gilchrist, l'l. A.,141, 67, 70 Gillies, D. G., 78 Gilmour, D., 181, 40 Gish, Miss A., 191 Godby, E. A., 78 Goliss, D. G., 136 Gordon, Miss B. M., 188 Goresky, W. V., 78 Gould, Miss A. P., 176 Graham, Miss E. J., 141 Graham, Miss Elizabeth, 190 Graham, E. S., 136, 54 Grant, Miss B. A., 174, 166 Grant, J. L., 78 Graves, D. C., 136 Gray, D., 53 Gray, R. J., 136, 59 Greenberg, L. H., 78 Green, K., 183 Greene, J. A., 78 Greenough, D. A., 78 Greenwood, A. V., 78 Greenwood, M. C., 170 Greenwood, P. M., 78 Greer, Miss M. L., 78 Gregory, J., 168 Grisdale, L., 185, 116 Groombridge, J. A., 78 Groves, G. A., 190 Grunert, Miss M., 188 Grunert, R. R., 173, 103 Guenther, D. L., 78, 94 Guild, Miss D. J., 188 Guild, Miss G. M., 78 Guild, J., 185 Guitard, Miss L., 78 Gunn, G. E., 78 Guttman, H.,136 Haas, Miss D. B., 136 Hahn, Mrs. M. E. M., 186 Hajash, G. M., 131, 66, 67, 94, 159, Q01 Halbert, F. J., 78 Hall, H., 182 Hall, H. B., 176, 67, 95 Hall, L. V., 78 Haney, C. A., 136 Hanna, Miss G. A., 179, 98 Hardin, Miss E., 78 Hardin, S. 78 Harper, A. E., 167, 40, 157 Harper, A. M., 78, 54 Harries, 107 H. W., 167, 40, 100, Harris, R. H., 78 Harrison, C., 182 Harrison, G. E., 131 Harrison, L. F., 78 Hart, K., 137 Harvie, D. S., 168, 53, 156, 901 Hasegawa, H., 78 Haslow, Miss D. E., 186 Hauclc, S. P., 79 Hauger, Miss C. H., 137 Hauptman, S. J., 137 Hawlcinson, Miss E. N., 188 Hay, Miss J. E., 131 Hayes, Miss M. l., 178 Haynes, Miss P. M. A., 137, 50, 1152 Haynes, Miss S. V., 276 Hazlett, R. J., 175 Heaney, G. P., 79 Heckley, Miss A. M., 137 Heller, Miss E. L., 79 Helmer, R. M., 137, 134, 157 Hencley, S. P., 137 V . The strong right arm of lndustry working For Victory. A A 1111 9 699 N A 3.5 . The impetus for new advancements in the Peace to come. CALGARY POWER COMPANY LIMITED "Serving Alberta" Page Two H zmdrerl and F arty-five Remember Nocll1iZI1: This photograph of the Arts Building was talcen about twelve years ago. Note the then small size of the trees and shrubs, and the old style cars. At that time Burns 8: Co. Limited had already served the West for over forty years. ln 1890-sixteen years before Alberta was a province-the founder of this Company built the first packing plant in Western Canada, at Calgary. ln the intervening years the company has grown and ex- For more than half a century this organization has panded until today its services kept ahead of the ever-changing, ever-increasing and facilities extend into every But-ins' food needs of the Nation. corner ofthe Dominion. ' 1 gf ff , l"' s BURNS 8a C0 LIMITED xX ll ,X N The Pioneer Meat Packers of the Canadian West Henderson, Miss G. R., 188 Henderson, 5. L., 79 Hepburn, A. L., 137 Herman, Miss A. L., 179,105 Herzog, G. W., 137 Hickey, J. L., 137 Hildred, G. C., 131 Hill, A. W., 167 Hill, Miss M., 137 Hinman, W. C., 167 Hnatko, S., 79 Hynda, S. R., 132 Hochausen, E. F., 132, Q01 Hochhausen, J. J., 79 Hodgson, G. W., 137 Hofman, T. E., 137 Hole, V. N., 79 Holley, D. A., 79 Hollick-Kenyon, Miss M., 137, 53 Hollingsheacl, G. W., 132 Hollingshead, R. J., 137 Hollm, E. R., 170 Holmes, Miss K. L., 79 Holmes, L. J., 79 Holosko, Miss S. F.,141 Holowaychuk, Miss C., 188 Holtsman, Miss M. S., 174 Hoppe, Miss H. C. G., 187 Horne, G. S.,132 Hougan, D. l., 79 Houglund, R., 191 Houlgate, J. E., 137 House, J. T., 79 Howard, H. A., 137, 44, 67 Howard, Miss N. M., 79 Huether, D. M., 79 Hugill, Miss J., 186 Hulbert, Miss M. C., 137, 41, 45, 115 Hunt, J. F., 132 Hunt, Miss G. M., 137 Hunter, Miss E., 188 Hunter, Miss M., 132, 47, 130 Husel, D., 40 Huston, Miss E. M., 79 Huston, Miss M. R., 79 Hutchings, Miss F., 79 Hutchings, Miss G. D., 190 Hutter, J. F.,137 Hutton, G. A., 169 Hutton, O. L., 79 Hyde, D. L., 79 Inglis, R. J., 79 Ingram, Miss R. A., 187 Ireland, Miss H. J., 137, 104 Irving, Miss J. A., 189, 115 Irwin, Miss A. J., 79, 61 lwashita, Miss Y., 171, 105 Jack, R. G., 79 ,, Jackson, Miss N. B., 79 Jackson, R. G., 79, 74 Page Tim H imdrcd 11.1141 Forly-s-ix Jackson, W. B., 169, Q00 Jacques, M. L., 173, 59, 226 James, T., 181 Jamieson, Miss E. W., 189 Jardine, A. D., 132, 98 Jefferies, R. M., 79, 74, 95 Jenkins, Miss M. M., 137 Jewitt, W. G., 79 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnston, Johnston, Johnston, Johnston, Johnston, A. V., 79 E. W. M., 176 Miss M., 173 Miss O.E.,173 R. L., 137 V. G., 79 Miss B. B., 79 Miss l. R., 79 Miss J. R., 79 Robert, 186 W. A., 79 Johnstone, R., 191 Jones, Miss D. C., 79 Jones, Miss G. V., 171 Jones, H., 182, 40, 67, 95 Jones, J. G., 132 Jones, Miss M. L. P., 171,102 Jones, O. J., 169 Jones, P. W., 79, 67, 94 Jones, R. W., 79 Jones, Miss S. E., 132 Jones, W. S., 137 Jordan, Miss M. L., 172 Jorgens, J. R. S., 167, 67,159 Jorre de St. Jorre, E. D., 175, 44, 190 Jorre de St. Jorre, M. A., 132 Julian, W. E., 79 Kaiser, E. A., 79 Kaiser, Miss M. J., 174, 54 Karateew, N. J., 132 Kaslceno, M., 79 Kastelic, J., 167 Kasten, l-l. L., 137 Kasting, R.,137, 46,152 Keil, Miss l-l. W., 180 Kelly, Miss A. J., 132 Kennedy, J. D. L., 79 Kennedy, M. E., 137, 47 Kennedy, Miss M. J. S., 189 Kennedy, Miss V. E., 187 Kent, l-l. S., 79 Kenwood, J. W., 167 Kerlchotl, L. F., 137 Kerr, Miss D. l-l.,137, 53 Key, C., 183 Keyte, Miss E. E. M., 132 Kidd, E., 183 Kililc, B. J., 80 Kammm,P.,191,117,1Qo King, Miss E. M., 174, 41, 47 King, R. W., 132 Kirlcvold, C. F.,137 Kittlitz, R. S., 137 Kjorven, L. N., 132 Kjos, Miss A. K., 80 Klapauszalc, M. A.,137 Klassen, D., 132 Klassen, Miss L., 182 Klompas, N. M., 132 Knoll, A. E.,137 Knoll, M. L., 80 Koblarislci, N. l., 80 Kobylnylc, Miss S. A., 80 Koch, J. C. G., 80, 74, 94 Kohut, N. C., 80 Koneslcy, A., 80 Koroluk, Miss E. E., 80 Kowalslci, Miss N. M., 80 Kozalc, P., 183 Krause, V. W., 137 Kravetz, A. J., 170 Kreutz, D. M., 80 Krezanoski, S., 80 Krolcowslci, Miss Z., 80 Krys, Miss E. J., 137 Kudrylc, V., 137, 94 Kushner, D. N., 80 Kutzak, G., 80 Kuwahara, K.,132 Lalcusta, T. E., 80 Lambert, Miss M. M. T., 132 Langman, F. l-l., 80 Lappa, E.,137, 95 Large, l-l. J., 80 Larsen, G. L., 80 Larue, J., 125 Lastiwlca, R. J., 176 Latter, Miss C. M., 80 Lauer, K. R., 132 Lauriente, J. V., 168, 40, 190 Lawrence, Miss E. l-l., 80 Lazaruk, Miss J., 80 Lazarulc, W., 132 Lazo, R. M., 178 Lebel, Miss Y.,137, 47 Leboldus, F. J., 137 Leeder, F. D., 137 Leeder, J. R., 138 LeFebvre, S. D., 80 LeScelleur, P. C., 80 Leslc, l. A., 80 Levine, L. B., 138 Lewis, R. G., 168, 52 Lewlco, E., 80 Liden, C. L., 80 Lindsay, N. N., 80,107 Lindsay, W. R., 132 Linney, Miss E. G., 80 Linney, J. A., 138 Lipsett, E., 80 Lister, R. G.,138 Little, Miss S., 138 Livingstone, A., 183 Lobay, W., 167 The young men of today are the leaders of tomorrow Informed, courageous, unafraid, they accept the challenge of the future with eager eyes and hearts. The Royal Bank of Canada has an abound- ing faith in the sound common sense of Canada's 48 YOUNG ME -GOING PLACES young men and women, in their initiative and energy, in their loyalty to lthe heritage of Freedom which is theirs. We salute the youth of today leaders tomorrowfshare with them a solid Faith in the Future of this nation. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Page T wo H u.r1.di'cd and Forty-seven 44 44 PRCDFLSSIQINIAL CARDS ss s Field, Hyndman and McLean BARRISTERS and SOLICITORS Wood, Buchanan and Campbell Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries S' W' Field' KC' Nelles V. Buchanan, K.C. Sydney Wood K C Clarence S. Campbell Eleanor A. Corneille L. D. Hyndman, K.C. A. T. McLean A. LeRoy Williams 314-318 McLeod Building, Edmonton, Alberta 409-411 McLeod Bldg. Edmonton, Alberta n P n u M I Rutherford, Becker and Newton Milner, Steer, Dyde, orner, art and and Bowker BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, NOTARIES BARRISTERSI SOLICITQRSI ETC- Qecgl Qutherfordl KC. H. R. Milner, K.C. G. H. Steer K C Gordon J' Newton F. P. Layton 'A.lex Smith L I . I Royal Bank of Canada Chambers 914 5 Mc god B ds Edmonlon' Alla I Canada Cable Address: "Milmat" Edmonton Alberta Lobb, R. K., 132 Lofts, Miss E. l., 189 Logan, D. W., 80 Longman, Miss M. W., 138 Longmire, Miss L. M., 180, 126 Longworth, J., 169 Loshaek, S., 168 Lougheed, D. D., 80 Love, D. P., 138, 134 Low,D.R,138,QO1 Low, R. D., 138 Lowe, Miss M. C., 80 Lukenchuk, J. J., 178 Lutsky, Miss S., 80 Lyman, L. P., 138 Lyster, Miss L., 80 McAdam, Miss K. R., 81 McBride, H. J., 81 McBride, l. F. B., 138 McBride, Miss l. J., 138 McCalla, Miss D. R., 138, 124 McCarthy, Miss S. T., 81 McClary, R. E., 138 McClellan, Miss M., 81, 149 McConnell, P. G., 132 McCoy, E. E., 132, 104 McCracken, D. J., 168, 103 MacCrimmon, D. J., 138 MacCrostie, W., 183 McCrum, R., 183 McCubbin, Miss D. H., 172, 50 McCullough, Miss H. E., 172 McCune, M. W., 81 McCune, V. E., 138 McCutcheon, J., 191 McDaniel, R. R., 81, 60, 67, 74 MacDonald, D., 80 McDonald, D. M., 81 McDonald, H., 94 MacDonald, J. A., 141 Macdonald, Miss J., 81 Macdonald, Miss Kathleen, 187, 45, 54, 115 ' Macdonald, Miss L., 172 Macdonald, Miss M., 174, 40, 42, 44, 164 Macdonald, Miss M., 187 MacDonald, R., 80 MacDonald, W. D., 178 MacDonald, W., 184 Macdonnell, L. F., 81 MacDonnell, Miss M. T., 138 Macdougall, Miss J., 138 McDougall, R. L., 168 MacEwan, W., 184 McEwen, J. R., 132 McGinnis, A. J., 138,100 McGoey, F. W., 132 Mclnnis, J., 182 Mackay, Alastair, 191, 53 MacKay, B., 182, 67, 95, 156 Mackay, D. C., 80 Page Two Hundred and Forty-ciight Mackay, Miss D. E., 176 MacKay, H. M., 81 MacKay, Miss J. A., 81 Mackay, Miss M. R., 80 McKay, Miss M. M., 81 McKay, Miss M. M., 81 MacKay, Miss P. J., 81 McKenzie, A. H., 141 MacKenzie, Miss A. N., 81 Mackenzie, R. B., 208 MacKenzie, Miss T. E., 81, 115 McKinnon, Hector, 186 Mackintosh, Miss S. M., 138 McKirdy, Miss M. M., 174 McLa55an, W. A., 132 McLaughlin, Miss M. E., 81 MacLean, Miss E. J., 138 McLean, G. F., 81 MacLean, L. D., 132, 54 McLean, Miss L. E., 138, 50, 52 104,109,124 MacLeod, Miss B. M. E., 132 MacLeod, C. B., 81 MacLeod, J., 184 MacLeod, Miss M. F., 180 McMillan, D. L., 81 McMurchy, K. A., 138 McNally, E. E., 81 McNeill, Miss M., 54 McNeill, R. W., 81 McNichol, C. T., 81 McPhail, Miss S. E., 81 Macpherson, Miss B. K., 138, 54 Macpherson, Miss L. J., 138, 54 McRae, Miss S. C., 178. MacRae, Miss T. P., 81 Mabee, Miss G. D. J., 81 Macenlco, F., 81 Magnuson, Miss M. l., 81 Maher, L. A., 132 Mair, A. J., 81 Malcaroff, R. P., 176 Makowichulc, M. H., 81 Mallabone, Miss C. M., 180, 105 Malone, J. R., 81 Manifold, A. H., 171, 96, 156, 159 Manning, J. H., 178 Manylulc, A. F., 171 Marcoff, Miss M. M., 81 Marfleet, T., 186 Marshall, Miss M. A., 81 Marshall, Maurice, 186 Martens, S. J., 132 Martin, Miss H. B., 81 Martin, Miss J. l., 180 Mason, Miss B. T., 180, 98, 119 Mather, G. R., 138 Matlcin, W., 182 Matthias, G. E., 81 May, C. A., 81 May, Miss E. M., 81 Mayhoocl, J., 55 Mazeppa, J. L., 81 Melby, L. R., 81 Meldrum, Miss J. E., 81 Melnychulc, Miss N. C. M., 81 Melnychulc, R. S., 82 Melnychyn, P., 82 Melynlc, A., 82 Melynlc, J. W., 132 Mercier, Miss A , 191 Merrick, Miss I. F., 190 Merry, Miss P. E., 138 Metcalf, Miss M. J., 189 Metcalfe, James, 186, 40, 67, 116, 159 Metzner, A. B., 82 Mewha, Miss P. A., 174 Mitchell, Miss N. J., 138 Moll, Miss H. M., 138, 98 Montgomery, Miss Dorothy, 173 Mooney, A., 116 Moran, Miss K. M., 138 Morrison, W. G., 82 Mortimer, D. C., 173 Moss, Miss M. S., 178,124 Moysa, A., 82 Muhlbach, C. H., 82 Muir, Miss L. N., 189 Mulloy, N. B., 82 Mundy, T. A., 82, 98 Murphy, J. F. A., 173, 40, 120 Murray, A. S., 82 Murray, Miss M. H., 82 Muzyka, Miss N. E., 82 Michalulc, Miss L., 82 Mickelson, L., 138 Might, Miss M. C., 175 Milbradt, Miss E. L., 82 Millard, W. J., 82 Miller, A. A., 82 Miller, D. M., 173 Miller, G., 184 Miller, L. W., 138, 95 Miller, Miss M. A., 187 Milner, R. l., 82 Mitchell, Miss A. R., 132 Mitchell, Miss D. V., 82 Mitchell, l. A., 82 Myers, H., 184 Myers, Miss V., 184 Nachtigal, E., 82 Nattress, R. J., 132 Nay, A., 182 Neelands, H. H., 82 Neilson, Miss M. L., 82 Nelson Nelson Nelson Nelson A. R., 82 Miss B. L., 82 Miss D., 138 Miss E. V., 82 Nelson Miss G. M., 82 Nelson, L. W., 169, Q08 Nelson, R. D., 138,196 Salutes The Faculty and Students of the University of Alberta Alberta is proud of her University-of the achievements and contributions made to progress and development. Not the least of these in importance to Albertans is the leadership directed toward a more successful agricultural and livestoclc industry for our farmers. Qver the years WOODLAND, too, has striven to play their part in consistently fostering higher standards in the Dairy lndustry-finer dairy foods made from Alberta mill4 and cream. This leadership in the field of dairying finds expression in . . . WOODLAND BETTER DAIRY PRODUCTS Page Two Hundred and F orly-nine cgi. goaaflg Z 803595 'K The Canadian line Appointment Books O AN IDEAL WAY OF RECORDING YOUR APPOINTMENTS Sheet sizes 825 by Sli Inches t One day to each page5with appointments listed every TTI I2 . O 2 From 8 a.m.lI1dl S45 p.m. No. 3434-Fabrikoid Binding G Cl F No. 3435A-Leather Binding Fd O Also a Complete line of Office and Pocket Diaries See your local Stationer, or write to T945 The BROWN BROS. limited Est. 1846 100 Simcoe Street TORONTO, ONTARIO I , Students . . For your next lunch or dinner ll ll uptown you are cordially invited to The Barn tw the lull' "'ode"7 STAN FRASER and I-ns ORCHESTRA Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. 100 St.-Jasper Ave. 103 St. .Iust North of Jasper Lumber and Millworlc "Better Material at No ' ' Extra Cost" , MENS SHUI! W. I'I. CLARK LUMBER CO. "W" w""fi"5"""'M9' Limited 10164 - 101st Street Edmonton, Alberta 109th Street Edmonton Page Two Hundred and Fifty Nelson, S. R., 138 Nepstad, E. T., 172 Nettleton, Miss J. H., 82 Newcombe, K. R., 82 Newton, Miss D. M., 82 Nicholls, J. H., 169, 166 Nicholson, E. H., 82 Nicholson, G. J., 138 Nickerson, K. G., 138, 67, 159 Nickoloff, G., 82 Nashaa, N., 138, 67, 96 Nixon, R. S., 82 Nix, E., 53,104 Nonnecke, I., 167, 200 Noy, Miss M. A. W., 82 Nyloerg, C., 132 Nyberg, V. R., 180 O'Brien, J. R., 82 O'Brien, J. A., 138 O'Callaghan, Miss J. M., 138 Ockenden, Miss D. A., 139, 105 Oestreich, Miss M. M., 139, 105 O'Hara, F. P.,172 Olive, Miss B. M., 139 Olsen, A., 182 Olson, C. H., 132 O'Rourke, Miss N. M. J., 82 Osborne, J. A., 176, 41, 45,119 Ossendoth, Miss M. L., 175 Oswald, A. J., 82 Overend, Miss M. D., 175 Ower, C., 184 Oxland, Miss M. T. S., 139 Oxland, Miss O. M., 82 Ozeroff, Mrs. S. B., 178 Ozust, W. B., 132 Palmer, B. C., 82 Parder, J. F., 132 Pascoe, Miss N. P. F., 82 Patching, E. A., 168, 100 Patterson, D. W., 82 Pawlowski, F. F., 83 Payment, R.A., 132 Payne, W. R., 139, 96 Peacock, H. E., 139 Perdue, Miss E. M., 175 Pearce, Miss M., 189 Peck, G. J., 133 Penrowley, Miss Raymonde, 189 Penzer, J. N., 139 Perkins, Miss J. V., 83, 47 Perrier, J. F.,133 Pethybridge, S. I., 133 Petrashuyk, P., 133, 201 Pettifor, Miss G. A., 83 Pettinger, D. W., 139 Pettis, J. A., 83 Pierce, Miss C. E., 139 Pierce, L. A., 83 Pike, Miss K. M., 172 Plasteras, Miss H., 173, 48, 106 Podgurney, M., 170 Poohkay, Mrs. A. M., 139 Poole, J. L., 139 Pope, K. M., 141 Powlan, R. Y., 83 Pratt, Miss M. E., 139 Preboy, A. H. P., 139 Price, R. G., 139 Primeau, Miss M. A., 133 Pritchard, D. J. S., 139, 51, 53 Pritchard, Miss J. A., 174, 123 Proctor, G. V., 133, 67, 94 Proctor, P. F., 133, 96, 130 Proudfoot, R. G., 139, 126 Provost, K., 83 Puchalik, Miss S. K., 83 Puffer, Miss M. A., 83 Pullar, Miss M. E.,139, 44 Pulleyblank, R. W., 172,109 Purnell, D. C., 139 Pylypiulc, E. S., 177 Pyrch, A. J., 139 Ouigley, F. H., 174, 48,166 Raffa, P., 139 Ramsay, Miss M. H., 83 Randle, J. A., 133 Raragosky, J. D., 133 Rath, O. J., 177 Rea, H. J., 139 Ottem, Mel, 182, 67 Pinch, MissJ. A., 189,115 Reddekopp, Miss V. H., 139 IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA Head Office: Toronto THE PIONEER BANK OF EDMONTON Edmonton Branch opened 1891 This Bank will afford you painstaking and relia Banking Service FOUR BRANCHES IN EDMONTON Main Branch-Corner Jasper and 100th Street R. Carson, Manager Norwood Boulevard-95A Street and 111th Ave L. L. Mason, Manager West End Brancl'i41O7O2 Jasper Avenue H. W. Harrison, Manager Edmonton SouthA1O319 Whyte Avenue J. M. Kinnear, Manager Interest allowed on Savings Deposits Drafts and Money Orders issued Safety Deposit Boxes to rent ble nue THE MACDONALD EDMONTON ALBERTA A Canadian National Railway Hotel of dis- tinction. 200 rooms at moderate rates. SUPPER DANCES Every Saturday night during season SUNDAY EVENING DINNER Attractive menus are a feature of our Sunday night dinners. Special attention given to family parties. AIR-COOLED CAFETERIA Modern in every respect and serving the finest food at popular prices. Page Two H undrerl and Fifty-one STUDENTS . . . T We invite your inspection . . . for your n. 'Q 'uv ..,a sporting requirements. The Finest selec- I 1 tion at moderate prices. A GOOD RULE To FOLLOW THROUGH Northern Hardware Co. The SporIsman's Headquarters THE YEARS ' 101 st Street Edmonto T . --f - - Shop at the 'V 1 Northern AIIaerta Dairy PooI ' LIMITED . T T Makers of ' ' "ALBERTA" MAID" BUTTER AND , X "NU-MAID" ICE CREAM , Dis rib r FP IM'IIc Your FriendIy Store I plrZnseo981oOo4 I THE CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY PRODUCTS FOR THE PROMOTION OF SANITATION WE T DISINFECTING COMPANY 10023 102ncI Ave., Edmonton Phone 21741 TTT - I ET al in Bu our Lumber and BuiIcIin 5 , -- i f Y Y . 9 3 The Future T Materials from x i' IS P. MANNING i ":' "T T H U T 1 ? FULFILI' IT WELL E Lumber Co., Limited ' ' T 10443 80th Avenue T Highest Quality with Prompt Etficient 10042 - 101A Avenue Edmonton I SUVTCQ W Y O ,O do rl If Page Two H IIIIIITCII and Fzfly-Iwo n C ahh?-7-' l C7 C! CONGRATULATIONS TO . . . O5 5' THE U. OF A. GRADS, 1945 Will always find the Newest and 76 Step but from the Future Smartest in College Fashions at the NEW LIVES' NEW HOMES! When thoughts of New l-lomes arise-as they surely M 92. ' will-Be we to think of Campbell's Furniture Ltd. -9h12P4llP""' YW" 10135 100A STREET N "EdmOntOn'5 Smart Shop for Women" , ' "The House of Personalized Service , FIIIHS 5YSf2mS and EHETAE BPAAEQ2 it Office E ui ment i A COAST-TO-CsfggaleEISECT-TQ-USER A Thought F'o"' Marshall Wells Qlllhertay Cn. ltd. QQFFICESPECIALTYMRCUEGD. EDMONTON Edmonton Branl:IEWMARKETf Canadfzawary Branch: Alberta's Leading Hardware Distributor 10514 Jasper Ave. 327A 7th Ave. W. XMAKE HASTE SLOWLY Rees, D. L., 139 Reinhold, E., 139, Qoo Renner, Miss R. O. A., 83 Reynolds, R. l-l., 139, 107, 118, 123 Rice, D., 184 Rice, J. A., 83 Richards, A. G. C., 83 Richardson, R. C., 171 Ritchie, J. B., 133 Rivard, P., 83 Rivet, Miss G. M., 83 Robb, Miss W. B. G., 83 Robblee, J. S., 168, 100 Roberts, D. M., 171 Roberts, Miss M. L., 141 Ronaghan, N. E. A., 139, 51,122 Roper, Miss E. K., 83 Rosborough, Miss E. L., 180 Rosborough, Miss G. E., 189 Rosenberg, Miss J. S., 139 Rosenberg, Miss N. C., 83 Rosenborough, J. B., 83 Rosenberger, Miss M. S., 8 Rashka, A., 110, 111,165 Ross, A. l-l., 170, 49, Q08 Ross, Miss O. J., 83 Rousseau, Miss J. E., 139 Rousseau, R. J., 83 Rowan, Miss S., 178, 47, 5 Roy, D., 184 Rubin, A. J., 169 Robertson, A. T., 83 Robertson, Miss J. E., 83 Robertson, Miss M. K., 83 Robertson, Miss P. R. K., 139, 49, Rudzilc, Miss E. M., 139 Russell, J. G., 83 Russell, R. M. C., 139 Ruste, Miss R. J., 139 Rutledge, S. E., 139 3 0,159 Sandulak, D., 83 Sannes, Miss M., 180, 98 Sattler, Miss M. S., 141 Sawiclci, S. W., 139 Schlang, l-l. R., 178 Schneider, Mrs. P. G., 172 Schoening, D. L., 83 Schumacher, L. J., 140 Scott, A. P., 83 Scott, Miss G. G., 189 Scott, l-l. B., 133,13O, Q00 Scrimgeour, J. l-l. C., 83 Seager, W. l-l., 133 Searle, F., 83, 98 Sellhorn, Miss C. E., 187 Semak, Miss A. l-l., 180, 98 Semelulc, G. P.,133 Setters, J., 171, 46, 67, 94 Shaclcer, l-l. E., 178 Shamley, S. l-l., 84 Shannon, l-l. C., 133, 130 105 Robertson, R. W., 171, 116, 166 Ryan, B. G-, 83 Sharpe, R. W., 173 Robertson, W. l-l.,139 RYGVH W- W'1133113O Shaw, A., 140 Robinson, R. H., 83 RYUI -l-1 133 Shaw, A- C-, 173 Robock, L. H., 139 Ryski, E- V., 83 Shaw, Miss C. L., 140 Rodney, Miss F. E., 175 Saito, R 83 Shaw, Miss P. E-I 139 Roe, M. C., 83 Samuels, Miss E., 83 Shaw, R. K., 84 Rogers, E. M., 139 Samuels, l-larold,182 Sheahan, Miss M. A., 178 Rogers, Miss M. W., 83 Samuels, V.,139 Sheasby, Miss K. E., 140, 54,104 Roginslcy, Miss A. L., 139 Sande, W. N., 83, 94 Sheldon, Miss E., 189 Sanden, E. J., 139 Shelene, Miss C. E., 84 Rolf, Miss l., 83 Page Two H undrcrl and Ififly-llzrm' Sheptyclci, N. B.,133 Sheptycki, Miss S. M., 84 Sherbaniulc, R. W., 84 Shields, R. L., 140, 98 Shewchulc, G. W., 168 Shoctor, J. l-l., 175, 41, 4 107, 201 Shortreed, Miss M. E., 175 Shortreed, R., 133 Simla, J., 140 Simpson, F. J., 167 Simpson, I-l.S.,140 Simpson, Miss J., 84 Simpson, K. A., 133 Simpson, W., 67 Sinclair, A. K., 84 Singer, Miss M., 84 Singer, W. L., 84 Sissons, T. A., 140 Slceith, Miss A. 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P83 WILLIAM INNES 8. soNs was R ,tow ' 1 and EARL BERG X P oProMErRisTs and OPTICIANS SHOP VLITG-liOCgDRL5H2E'ggE For Appointments 10128 101 St. Upstairs Phone 22562 Edmonton, Alberta l s 1 Page Two HllIIf1l'FlI and Fifly-fullr alfjffii JOAN'S CCFFEE BARS ,"" - '- ...,.. 'L "" iff i'w Q 'i 7 i IQis. Edmonton's Smartest Dining Places 3' - . -,V: s J, . 5 if Cf f 1 On the South Side its gtg.-'?1.x.: . Y A h X ,S . V' f"L E I, R .11 :" 291- .f .,-v - 3 -"A 1'-f w,-- T sp s. . Located in the Garneau Theatre Bldg 109th Street Edmonton Butchers' 8: Packers' Supplies 9953 JASPER AVE. EDMONTON Electric Refrigeration Boxes and Coolers Food Preparing Machinery, Scales, Bread and Meat Slicers, Meat Choppers, Cash Registers, Pastry Mixers, Butcher Blocks, Coffee Mills, Kitchen Tools, Safes, Butchers' Supplies and Equipment 6 Downtown its JOAN'S M ocambo Room Between 101st and 102nd Streets On Jasper Avenue A Supper Club without a Cover Charge Thorn, J. A., 140 Thorsness, J. A., 133 Toma, M. G., 181 Torchinsky, B., 133 Torchinsky, Miss E., 84 Walker, R. J., 140 Wallace, Miss M. J., 84 Wallace, Miss S. R., 190 Wallbridge, J. D. G., 85 Ward, Miss D. J., 140, 4 7, 66, Torrance, Miss M. J., 189 Toshach, Miss P. E., 190 Toupin, l"l. M., 133 Towers, J. J., 133, Q11 Townsend, D. A. E., 133 Trademan, E., 84 Tredger, R. J., 190, 121i Tron, A., 184 Trout, Miss K., 141 Trouth, N. S., 141 Tyrrell, C., 84 Tysoe, W., 184 Llrschel, A. R., 141 Vanderlee, A. H., 133 Van Kleeck, Miss W., 184 Varseveld, G. W., 140, 100 Viney, P. E., 84 Virtue, Miss J., 181 Waddell, Miss D. R., 178, 54 Waddell, Miss F. E., 84, 74 Wagner, A. W., 140, 53 Wagner, Miss E. M., 84, 74 Wahl, H. E., 84 109 Ward, F. T., 85 Warke, Miss l. G., 85 Warshawski, Rudolph, 182 Warwaruk, R. J., 85 Wasiuta, Miss L. H., 85 Watt, D. B., 133, 67, 100 Webb, Miss E. V., 85 Weber, A. W., 133 Weeks, J. G., 171 Weir, Miss M. E., 85 Weir, Miss M. A., 85l Weiser, Miss M. H., 85 Weisser, G. H., 85 Wells, Miss E. M., 85 Wesolowski, J., 133 White, J. V., 85 White, N. J. F., 85 Whittaker, Miss E. l., 141 Wholey, Miss M. A., 190, 44 Wiggins, L., 185 Williams, H. E., 85 Williams, J. L. R., 140 Willis, Miss K. L., 85 Waldis, A. C., 140 Walhovd, T., 182 Walker, A. R., 84 Walker, G. W., 84 Walker, L. A., 170 Walker, R. B., 84 Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilton Wiltse, Miss A. P., 85 Miss E. J., 85 Miss S., 85 -Clark, Miss D. J., 85 H. L., 181 Wiltzen, Miss D. F., 190 Winning, M. D., 140, 54, 111 Witbeck, T. O., 85 Wize, Miss T. C., 178 Wolfe, J. M., 85 Wong, G. L., 177 Wood, E. H., 133 Wood, Miss L., 85 Woolley, D. G., 85 Wordie, J. D., 133 Woronuk, M., 140 Worts, C. G., 85 Woywitka, M. R., 85 Wright, A. S., 133 Wright, D. D., 140 Wright, S. R., 140 Wylie, J. A., 85 Wyndham, Miss D. C., 85 Wynnyk, A., 85 Wytsma, D., 140 Yaskiw, M., 85 Yelle, E. F.,177 Young, Miss B., 140 Young, C., 181 Young, l. L., 85 Young, Miss Wanda, 191 Younger, l., 185 Youngs, C. G., 85 Yule, Miss G. R., 85 Zack, J. 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Dawson Subscription OF N' Y' Services Ltcl. 7-9 Notre Dame SL Londorilo KIND STREE7-LEAST' T9RON1C?petow Montreal, Que. it In Edmonton ' ' ' QRRli2iDgUrEiif'?iiERiALs -XO THE suRvEyiNc3 EQUIPMENT X, BLUE PRINT PAPERS LQ-I OZALID PAPERS -95 412 MODERN - FIREPROOF 0 103 A Dining Room Service You Will Pdncess S' Appreciate W I N fi I P E G Attractive 2 Blocks East MONTREAL -I-ORSISITO Rates C.P.R. Depot OTTAWA 1 1 I SARCEE CAMP Directors Report After struggling through Q57 pages of Yearbook pleasantries, your Director finally desisted from his daily taslc of slave-driving, edited a single page, and called wealcly for the cover. Don l'larvie, the never-failing Ubest man", immediately pre- sented it with his usual spirited matter-of-fact promptness, and the tremendous half- year taslc was at last completed without a hitch. So ended the historical production of the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Volume of Evergreen and Gold. But stay-one very pleasant duty yet remains, that of thanlcing with all sincere appreciative expression those of the staff who worlced so faithfully and long to make worthy of its name this anniversary issue of Alberta memories. l'lere might be men- tioned particularly Don l-larvie, whose forceful and invigorating personality is reflected throughout the boolc. Never was a director more fortunate in his choice of an assist- antl Flowers also to Ernie Nix, to whom the editorial excellence of the boolc is largely due. Bob Gray and Doug Gray should be remembered for their "red hot and still clicking" cameras. Much credit is given to Jaclc l-lousez for his diplomatic acquiescence to the many requests for additional luxuries, such as full-color engravings and two-page spreads. ln the actual engraving, none could be more capable than Gus Beclcer, who promises even better results next year. The worlr of the printer stands for itself. Behind its quality is the personal attention of Bert Ratcliffe, plant foreman, who liquidated many of the inevitable war-time printing problems and delays. Were there space, other staff members might be mentioned. lo all and sundry goes a hearty thank you. There is but one regret-that the war-time quota of paper was not raised one month earlier than it was. l'lence the decreased number of pages and the thinner boolc. To offset the cut in pages there was effected a complete reorganization of the usual formal Evergreen and Gold, which resulted in even more pictures than were carried in any other yearboolc of like size. Also, there is more printing than in the previous boolc. 'With such gratifying results, perhaps we should be happy that the paper quota was so low, more especially because the extra little is possibly even now scattered over the land of the aggressor nations. -and so, it is time to say au revoir. 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