University of Manitoba - Brown and Gold Yearbook (Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada)

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t i rts Activities 4 4 ARTS ACHIEVEMENTS for 1950-51 took the spotlight on the campus in several instances. Heading the fine faculty were two capable students, Senior Stick Alan Philp and Lady Stick Mary Elizabeth "Babs" Masterman. A beautiful Arts freshie, Ruth Thorvaldson, became queen of the campus during Fresh- man Week and made us an extremely proud faculty. ln the parade, the Arts' float placed second in the trophy competition. So we made a satisfactory mark from the beginning of the session. As usual, Arts students held important positions on U.M.S.U. sub-committees. Hard working Manitoban masthead members in- cluded Ross Francis, associate editor, loe Cfelmon, managing editor, lohn Dafoe, edi- torial advisor, lzzy Asper and Ron Slater, news editors, "Babs" Masterman and Gerry Bull, features editors, Marion Rose and Fran Bachynski, literary editors, and Michael Dafoe, of the editorial board. Editor of Creative Campus was Moishe Black. An- other energetic Artsman, Lionel Orlikow, edited the 1950-51 edition of the Brown and Gold. A talented Artswoman, Betty Wilcox, acted as Crlee Club chairman. Famous politician, Frank Muldoon was External Affairs chairman and also prime minister of the student parliament session. Freshman Week was handled by Ron Morlock and Lauder Mozell. Arts debaters, taking part in the inter- faculty competition for the Dingwall trophy, had a successful year. Many more students, than in recent years, participated in the debates, and they all maintained the high level of technique and preparation which has become a tradition in the Arts faculty. Michael Dafoe, as Arts chairman, deserves much credit for his vitality in this activity. President of Men's Athletics, Scott Wright, reported a successful sports year. The season started off with the entry of a ten-man team tabloid track and field meet. The Arts team placed an easy sixth out of the eleven faculties entered. The six man rugby team tied for second place in a tough division and c0a Page 96 although the two soccer teams clidn't win all their games, they didn't lose all of them either! Two basketball and three volleyball teams were entered in the inter-faculty com- petition and the teams displayed top athletic qualities. This winter, inter-Arts mixed curling was introduced for the first time and was well enjoyed by eighteen men and eighteen women who entered this league. ln addi- tion, three men's and one women's rink par- ticipated in inter-faculty curling. Al Sarchuk Ctrack and fieldl, Sid Green Csix-man rugbyl, Ken Chittick Csoccerj, Don McKay Cbasketballb and Lauder Mozell Chockeyl were energetic convenors in their respective sports. ln women's athletics, chairman loanne Shaw accounted for an outstanding year. Freshie queen, Ruth Thorvaldson, tied for first place in the golfing competition. ln point standing, Arts stood second in tennis, golf, track and high point aggregate. Margaret Dolhoun, volleyball convenor, did a particularly good job. Four of the four teams entered were in the playoffs. Social activities of the year were smoothly guided by Helen Purchase. The first event was the freshie reception held on October 2 at the Marlborough Hotel where freshies and seniors joined in fun at a banquet and dance. A most successful Skit Social took place early in November and was sponsored by the Arts girls council. lt has been acclaimed "the greatest, most hilarious hen party yet!" A February Awards party substituted for the usual Christmas party. lt was a gay affair held in the Arts building. Election results were announced and Arts athletic awards were made, not to mention the social activi- ties. Climaxing the years events was the Arts Grads Farewell, at the Fort G-arry Hotel, March 6. lt successfully marked the culmin- ation of the '5l graduates study and pleasures at the University of Manitoba. A quick glance back shows the Arts faculty in a favorable light during 1950-51. It encourages one to say "Carry on, Arts!" Swystun, Swystun tk Swystun Barristers, Solicitors, Etc. I Phone 922 586 Office: 607-8 Childs Building Winnipeg - - Manitoba Clean Coal and Filtered Clean FUEL OIL The WINNIPEG SUPPLY 8: FUEL Company Limited "Winnipeg's Largest Heating Merchants " Compliments of . . . Crescent Creamery Company 'Limited Dealers in "QUALITY GUARDEDU DAIRY PRODUCTS FOR FORTY-six YEARS MILK - CREAM - BUTTER - ICE CREAM PHONE 37 101 9 Always aslc For WESTOIXVS FAMCUS "MILK TWIST" Cuuriesu p and' I Efilclenculf Telephone subscribers can aid in mak- ing severely-taxed telephone facilities yield maximum service- O By looking up the number in the Directory. O By speaking distinctly into the mouthpiece. 0 By answering promptly when the bell rings. 0 BY BEING AS BRIEF AS POSSIBLE. lNight Rates on Long Distance Calls commence at 6.00 p.m.J Manitoba Telephone System cm-- Page 97 COMMERCE Maman Q, . -AIM ,ff , f"' ,WW . 4 ' . i W,,,N,.,,.,,.,,,..w-"v gm fglf I Ewwwmff is X 3 VW,,W.,,,,.... ' 1 T 1 ' MM M M EW WH Your future is our business The underlying responsibility of a great University is the preparation of its under' graduates today . . . for the opportunities of the future. Pg 100 The GreatfWest Life, Canada's third largest insurance company, hasimany graduates ofthe University of Manitoba among its Head Ofhce staff These graduates are finding challengmg opportunities for public service careers in a progressive and exf panding company. The 92- .1 ,lf A ,V 1142- 4 ,- gg f Z4 . - -X le 1 I I - I ,ff 'Lirjzil-'J' 1,4 ' '. 1 ,,..f, X Y ga-eff ff Xb - 4 Z Biz X .,, i ,S 1 ,: Y .Y irrr r V-:Jef . . 4, '. A 'A X QL c.., , .4 , yfpyy i i im th is A xl "'RlY ,f.ei5 S I Q ff f lr Aff fx" ff rigs M qi i f it 'W 'ii ki W it af S'2iV JMni nl i X 2 - :V, gsrggsi IEEE'-H A 5' -4 X , -1 i- , 1 GREAT-WEST LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY coo-? Poge 101 ' ' I MY CQLLEAGUES and I would be the last people in the world to suggest that there is any undue similarity between a manu- facturing process and the progress through the University course to graduation in Commerce. I think, though, that we might be permitted analogies drawn from our own work and terminology, although we would be most unhappy if other people were to use them. In this sense, then, I would say that we are very pleased with the "quality control" that we have achieved in this class of 1951. The raw material was excellent. It reacted Very favorably to processing stresses and has stood BQQQ ici? John B. Hollit B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor and Director of School of Commerce up well. In our opinion, and we should not be too prejudiced, it meets all standards of past performance. Another strong and prom- ising class has been added to the group of graduates who are doing so well in business, in the civil service, in the professions which they have entered after an undergraduate preparation in Commerce, and in public service as good citizens. In our short tradition, the graduates in Commerce have remained very close to their University and to their friends who are on its staff. We hope that this continues and that we progress together in experience and achievement. GERRI' EDMOND BETTY EMERI' GLENN MCLEOD RALPH HUBIIAND CLAIRE MILLER NORM ELSIEY JOHN S1-ORWICK JUNE SI-IALEI' ,. WILS BARBOUR NEIL WOOD BRIAN CHAMPION BOB SCOTT JOHN TURNBLILL TOM MOORE FAI' MITTLEMAN ommerce Coul lcll Fourth Year General Claire W. Miller Finance Option. Our six foot three Senior Stick, familiarly known as Toby. Entered Commerce after a three year stint with the R.C.A.F. As "U" Curling President '49-'50, he helped make curling a major campus activity. Spends his sum- mers selling his friends insurance. Future intentions - business, 'mon- key' or otherwise. Fifth Year Honors John Sydney Acheson Winnipeg, Man. High school. Gordon Bell. Served five years with R.C.A.F. as flight lieutenant. Has held several scholarships at Uni- versity. Also served as Iunior and Senior U.M.S.U. Rep. lohn is married with two children and is headed for an Actuarial career. Roy Allan Chittick Winnipeg, Man. High school, Kelvin. Very active in sports. particularly football. Won the Commerce senior athletic award. Future plans include marriage and a career in the insurance field. Derek Eckersley Hails from England. An R.A.F. veteran. Has consistently headed his class and has several scholar- ships to his credit. Was president of the Actuarial Club in his last year. As a family man he can cope with several types of formulae. For those bridge sessions he's a V.I.P., he provides the deck! Sugurd Albert Helgason "Seggy" is one of the quieter types in Actuarial Option. He spent 35,5 years with the R.C.A.F. He is married with a young family which absorbs most of his time outside of Stephen Kneyler Page l O4 -Q :vu ai.. v-ffm. af, 5 fa A - v . .1 11...-Q llzfyf Ssgfl' ftrvf ?5tl,A 5.3, fast .5 .W -.Mfff V'-V . , ,... as A-.tfilftt :W . SW gf,-,. lkigrfi 5'3"-1 .. if... .fifths -J' K -ff' ,ff .X -it 'Wi K "I is 'ff MMG 'Q N . . .,.. . . X .,,, i . , . 71 ' -as N. t 'I :Is- ,ft i' if 5 , .-.gi W' 1 v .I .. 1, 3 . W. Q-Gy t nv g.4l'0".s .'-'X Q far- if 4. , l 4? ., ..f. 1 1 . 1 ..,., 1'-mfg li--ig: - mtv-in .. Jia. 'film ..,,,gt?f vp!-th ,, I., emi,-E YY i I uf Mft. Wtizvff iamsniz .genial ' if tl 27,355 s?"'f ' Wai. :figs iff 1 EEE: ' l QQWQQQ wet: S , ,, X fi I Q ' wt'-1 h is fe .- :gs 2532? 53344. fi Sugrf fa, Qfttq ,L ,. .J , 1122... at ,.l,,.., . ,- . , -A-.v '- z. - r 4 Ji. Q L 1,145.- plttug - i -1 .ails . ... af. I JMX. I',.,'.LiI .iid Exim gmlli' J 4 IL JE :Ht A L.. 3323 ,salt . U I Fourth Year General June Theo Shaley Winnipeg, Man. Marketing Option. High school, Isaac Newton. This year's Lady Stick is exceptionally talented. ls active in her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi, her community club, and in Commerce Girls sports efforts. Has topped the class each year to date acquiring an impressive list of scholarships. Fifth Year Honors Kennedy Andrews Winnipeg, Man. High school, Kelvin. Active in Y.M.C.A., finds extra recreation in bowling. Spent last summer in Philadelphia with an insurance company. Another pros- pective actuary. John A. M. Currie High school, St. Iohn's College. Intimates know him as Archibald. Has managed to win I.O.D.E. and Actuarial Alumini Bursaries. Had his share of extra curricular acti- vities. A veteran of the last war, his future is to be spent with the Army Pay Corps. William F. Hancock Russell, Man. High school, Russell Collegiate. Spent five years with the R.C.A.F. Took first year at Brandon College where he won the ex-serviceman award. At Manitoba has been active in curling. Future plans-actuary with the Dominion 1 e. Gordon Holland Winnipeg, Man. High school, Daniel Mclntyre. Has won for him- self a Hudson's Bay Scholarship and two Actuarial Alumnae Bursaries. Plans to be married after graduation. He will make his home in the States as actuary with a large Insurance Company. John W. Kroeker High school, Steinbach Collegiate. Came to University as the holder of a two year Manitoba Scholarship. Has been active in both bowling and tennis. Plans to devote his energies to attaining eminence as an actuary. Fifth Year Honors John C. Landeryou Lethbridge, Alta. An outspoken advocate of the Social Credit Party. Part American, Johnnie served three years as a Sgt, with the U.S. Army Airforce during the last war. His wife and two children require most of his attention outside John Roland Reimer Steinbach, Man. A veteran of three years with the R.C.A.F. Quiet and industrious, but manages to find time for both athletics and social actiinties. His secret ambition is to be president of the Reliance Life Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh. Charles George Thomas Albuquerque, New Mexico. He served with the U.S. Army for two years, and, upon discharge, entered "U." Charlie received his B.S. degree in Mathematics in 1950 from the University of New Mexico, and plans to pick up a second degree from Manitoba. Fourth Year General Donald J. Bowman Winnipeg, Man. Finance Option. High school, Gordon Bell. Phi Kappa Pi fraternity. Won Hudson's Bay scholarship. Lent his vocal talents to the Choral Society. Was 2nd, 3rd and 4th year Commerce Club Rep. ls a member of a famous campus bridge foursome. Married and has a baby boy. Brian O. Champion Winnipeg, Man. Marketing Option. High school, Kelvin. Worked on U.M.S.U. freshman committee in l949 and was Commerce Social Representative in 'SO. Spends summers digging for various metals in one of Manitoba's better mines. One of our favorite students. Betty Jean Emery Finance Option. Commerce Rep. to the Brown and Gold for two years. ls circulation manager of same this year. Winner of Employers' Asso- ciation of Manitoba Scholarship I 19501. Loves golf and bridge. Has a droll sense of humor and a perennial twinkle in her eyes. Has her sights set on a government career. il 'wel'--."" A P + ff wi .Quail HUB .... it-uf S. Fifth Year Honors Jerry M. Moscovitch Winnipeg, Man. High school, St. lohn's Tech. Has combined many activities with his Actuarial studies. Scholarship holder, Glee Club Business Manager, Hillel Councillor, Senior Sports Award Cup winner. Generally remembered for the time, the skin of his ankles saved his ejection from a high window. Harold A. Still Winnipeg, Man. High school, Kel- vin. Tried his luck as scientist for a year, but found Actuarial Science more to his liking. Has been active in Commerce basketball and volley- ball. Was Chairman of the Choral Society l947-50. Future will be taken up by his Actuarial work and by a certain young lady. Fourth Year General Wilson V. Barbour Marketing Option. One of the best students in our year, proof positive being the long list of scholarships he has won. As Commerce U.M.S.U. Rep. has actively participated in U.M.S.U. activities ranging from Freshie Weeks to Finance Corn- mittee. A member of Sigma Lambda Phi fraternity. James W. Burns Marketing Option. Has been kept busy this year holding down two jobs, assistant U.M.S.U. Treasurer, and Advertising Manager of the Telephone Directory. Also active in faculty sports and Zeta Psi fraternity. Punctuates his discus- sions with growls faintly resembling those of a wounded grizzly. Norman F. Elsey Winnipeg, Man. Finance Option. High school, Kelvin. Vice-stick of faculty and active in soccer, hockey and curling. ls a member in good standing of the R.C.N.tR.l. To date he is unattached. Future intentions indefinite but wants to make pots of money. James F. Flynn Winnipeg, Man. Marketing Option. High school, St. Pauls. Has Won an impressive list of scholarships. ls active in the Newman Club and is '50-'51 Business Manager of Enter- prise. He's quiet but never dull. Silent spells are broken periodically by some witty gem. Page l O5 C I 3 H if EQ 9 W2 3 S sf 1 Fourth Year General Arden R. Haynes Regina Sask. Marketing Option. Third year class president, fourth year U.M.S.U. Treasurer. Along with these activities he still has time for faculty sports and Zeta Psi fraternity, If a poll were taken of the most popular boys in the class, it is safe to say Ardie would be near the top. Henry Iantz Laighan, Sask. Finance Option. Spent four years with the artillery. Entered Engineering in 1947, but switched to Commerce in 1948. Was Senior faculty Rep. on the Curling Club Council and a member of the Rifle Club. Henry is single and intends to enter business. Harry Kury Vernon, B.C. Finance Option. Entered university to relax after spending four years as a Sergeant with the Canadian Paratroopers. Spends his vacations with the C.O.T.C. in Montreal. ls married and has two prospective Commerce students. Plans to enter the Ordi- nance Branch of the Regular Army. Kenneth Little Winnipeg, Man. Finance Option. High school, Daniel Mclntyre. Kenny is very well known in local sports circles. ln between his activities in junior sports, he has played inter faculty soccer, basket- ball and hockey. This year's advertising manager for Enterprise. Also manages to pick up the odd dime during those "Hearts" sessions. Gordon F. Mintenko Winnipeg, Man. Finance Option. High school, Daniel Mclntyre. Gord entered University in 1948. Since then he has been active in the C.O.T.C. He took "Estey" from the library every Friday during the fall, but said he never read it. His plans for the future are indefinite. Robert D. Murray Princeville, U.S.A. A U.S. Army veteran. Has been active in extra curricular activitities, and has managed to extend his social activi- ties to include serious connections with one of the Home Ec's. Plans to enter the Consulting Actuary field. Page lO6 Fourth Year General Ralph Allen Huband Finance Option. Was circulating manager for Enterprise last year, and is president of the Commerce Club this year. Never guilty of studious labor, he still manages to obtain better than average exam results. An expert on baseball, he astounds everyone by reeling off scores of obscure statistics and averages. Michael Kazakoff Kamsack, Sask. Was a Navy Lieutenant during the war, before his siege with Actuarial Science. Mike is quiet, friendly, and an all around good guy. Donald F. Lee Winnipeg, Man. Finance Option. High school, North Kildonan Colle- legiate. Don has been active in the University Contingent of the C.O.T.C. lt is said that he is an asset to any Commerce Stag. He plans to enter the business world this spring. Richard John Mills Wilmette, Illinois. Has been active on Commerce football, curling, and track teams. Was 5th year Rep. to Commerce Council. Dick will return to the States and there will enter the service of either the Kemper Insurance Co. or the U.S. Army. Thomas D. Moore Winnipeg, Man. Marketing Option. High schools Kelvin and St. Pauls. Tom is the athletic president of the faculty, and has been active in hockey, track and basketball. He is also active in the Newman Club. Has an infectious laugh. Should be an asset for some lucky firm. Harold O. Noyd Wetaskiwin, Alta. Spent two years with the Army Signal Corps. Attended University of Alberta for one year but realized his mistake in time. Active in curling and l.C.U.F. Ambitions: marriage and Actuarial work. A quiet friendly chap, he'll do well with both. Fourth Year General David Alex Purves Winnipeg, Man. Finance Option. High school, Gordon Bell. Along with other fanatics, Dave is glad to see the winter come, because then he can get out his skis. Said to be quite skillful himself, but is a poor teacher where cute young ladies are concerned. ls a member of the Delta Upsilon fraternity. Future intentions: grain business etc. Robert A. Scott Port Arthur, Ont. Finance Option. High school, Daniel Mclntyre. Mem- ber of Commerce Council and Men's Residence House Committee. Spends his summers in the C.O.T.C. lnterested in skiing, soccer, basket- ball, and six-man rugby. Hopes to do investment work. Thomas A. Sigurds on Winnipeg, Man. Finance Option. High school, Daniel Mclntyre. Tom entered University in 1947. Since then he has been active in the U.M.N.T.D., especially in the Gun Room. Tom's future plans are as yet indefinite. Gasmer I . Stanwick Melrose, Man. Finance Option. Gasey entered University in l947, after spending three years with the R.C.A.F. A bowling enthusiast, he has been a member of a champion- ship team both in 1947 and in 1949. His plans for the future include a trip to Mexico. After this he'll probably Work in Windsor. Eric I . Trewitt Calgary, Alta. Marketing Option. Eric attended high school in both Regina and Calgary. He is another lad with a good academic record. He is active in his fraternity, Zeta Psi. As one of the tall boys, he is a Eatiiral for his favorite sport, basket- a . Stanley Thomas Williams Pleasantdale, Sask. Finance Option. Stan is one of the Residence men. Interested in soccer, curling and skating. Spent five years in the R.C.A.F. in Europe, Africa and S.E. Asia. Owns a beautiful automobile. Most popular man in Residence. His intentions are indefinite. Fourth Year General Alexander E. Selwood Winnipeg, Man. A veteran of three years in the army. Favorite sport, hockeyffavorite saying, "I'm turn- ing over a new leaf tomorrow, honest!" We expect Al to become a successful Actuary for some lucky insurance company. Leo Schicher Winnipeg, Man. Finance Option. High school, St. Iohn's Tech. Leo entered University in 1947, and since that time has acquired an enviable academic record in addi- tion to a reputation as one of the campus bridge experts. He de- scribes his future intentions as hazy. Peter James Spellman London, England. Put in a five year stretch with the R.A.F. finishing as a Squadron Leader. Winner of a Hudson's Bay scholarship. Has kept busy instructing fencing and serving on Council as 2nd and 3rd year Rep. and as Vice4Stick. Pet ambitions: to become independently wealthy and an actuary. John Armand Storwick Winnipeg, Man. Finance Option. High school, Kelvin. lohn is Treasurer for both Commerce Council and his fraternity Phi Delta Theta. Although he has four scholarships to his credit, he still complains of lack of funds. To date has spent his summers with the army in Montreal. Future intentions -business. Ernest Richard Vogt Steinbach, Man. Has been active in soccer, volleyball, tennis and track and field. Ernie is undecided about his future, but we know from his record at "U" that his success is inevitable. ' CAMERA SI-W Douglas George Groves Our oldest student. He's married and is the father of two children. A veteran, he got his high school training on the C.L.E.S. plan, and then entered the Actuarial option. Stephen Kuryliw Bodgar, Man. High school, St. Anne, Man. Interests range from symphonic music to uroughing it" in Northern Ontario. Will enter the Insurance Business. Page lO7 , v Commerce ctivities 4 4 IN our classes, in our social events, and in our sports activities we had a good year in 1950-51. "Toby" Miller proved to be one of the best of Commerce's Senior Sticks, al- though he ruled his Council meetings with a firm hand. We started the year off socially with a Freshie Reception which combined a Weiner roast off campus with a dance in the Residence Aud. Freshmen and Freshettes alike re- ported that they thoroughly enjoyed their introduction to the rest of the Commerce student body. The Men's Stag was an event of November. At this affair, Commerce students again upheld their reputation for holding one of the best Stags on campus. This was verified by the number of absentees the following morning. For the girls, the two main events were their Fall and Spring Teas. The Fall Tea, Page 108 I otherwise known as the Girls' Stag, was in honor of the Freshettes, while the Spring Tea was in honor of both faculty wives and 1951 graduates. Of course the big event of the season was the Grad's Farewell, which was held at the Fort Garry in March. The 1951 Class assured themselves that it was "the best yet". Under the direction of Tom Moore, Faculty Athletic President, Commerce men partici- pated fully in inter-faculty events, as shown by their placing first in the inter-mural point standing at Christmas. ln golf had the low four for the inter-mural championship. In soccer, our Senior team made the finals, and our lunior team made the semi-finals. Out- standing Commerce athletes were Ralph Masecar, in soccer, lerry lanzen in basket- ball, and Ken Little, our star athlete. Norm Elsey held up his end as "the old man of the team." COVUFUZVCZ Candids 0 Page 109 fx. If :lv - 2? aw ax at ? g A 3 X? -at V ' .1239 . R f s M Q l Q 8 X "Q: .gm A w ... W . V mx wa Q 'V Y W Rv ,M---"" WW' 5 ', xv ,K if 44 N EDUCATICDN QS. GQHUNTER THE recently occupied Education Building is not pretentious as are many of the stately edifices on the campus but it can be said of the Second Diploma Class to take over the spirit of the year has been in accordance with independence of effort in an atmosphere of belonging. The study attitude, freedom for self-expression, and genial intermingling W - ?COD Page l I2 D. S. Woods B.A., M.A., A.M., Ph.D. Dean of Faculty of Education of staff and students in a common cause have been characteristic of this year together. To those who will graduate in Diploma and Degree Years, I present congratulations from the entire staff. To the first group this pre- pares for entrance to a great venture in serviceg to the second, an urge to still better effort and more enriched achievement. CARL RIDDH .,.,, Semor Stick DOROTHY HALL , ., .. Lady Suck DON MCKINNON U.M.S.U. Rep. IVIARIAN ANDERSON W.A. Rap. NOAH BOWMAN AND MARIANNH SHUCKELL Arhlctxc Presxdenrs DON RODGERS .Socml Clmmrman W1LLlA1y4 KORMYLO . Brown and Gold IVIARY BODNARCHUCK . Debufmg Rep. Education Council Page H3 I . Carl Ridd CB.A.l A Gordon Bell Grady Carl has had his finger in so many U.M.S.U. and faculty activities that it is impossible to list them. Besides being our Sr. Stick, he stars in "U" basketball, soccer, swimming,voliey- ball, and track and field. James C. Alward CB.A.l A graduate of Gordon Bell and United College, entered the "U" in l946. A veteran of the R.C.N.V.R. with four years in the North Atlantic to his credit. Aubrey A. Asper CB.Sc.l A Winnipegger by birth and by choice but a graduate of Neepawa Collegiate. A stalwart of inter-faculty curling team, and a standout on the volleyball floor. Although a quiet fellow Aubrey sincerely appreciates classroom jokes. Annabelle Ellen Bend CB.A.J Attended High School at her home town of Poplar Point. Took her university training at St. Mary's Academy. A member of the Man. Federation of Agriculture. You can always count on her opinions being dependable. Mary Bodnarchuk fB.Sc. H.E.D A Winnipeg girl who graduated from lsaac Newton High School. Holder of four Scholarships. Activities include: Cheerleader sub- committee, Brown and Gold, Mani- toban, Education Debating Rep., and past Vice-President Gamma Rho Kappa. Plays volleyball. Not mar- ried. Family?-Of course notzzz Elizabeth M. Bond fB.A.5 Attended West Kilclonan Collegiate and United College. Won Prof. Iames Elliot Scholarship. Attended Macalster Conference 1948 and 1950. Betty eight minutes older than Cathy is just as gracious as her twin. Limits her dates to her fiance. - Page ll4 Anita B. Aitken CB.A.i Winnipeg. Graduatedfrom United College. Spent four years in the Glee Club with principal parts in two shows. Won Winona Lightcap Scholarship in singing Cl949l. A member of Alpha Phi Sorority. One of the liveliest members of the faculty. Marion Joyce Anderson CB.A.J A Winnipeg girl who graduated from Gordon Bell. Won Gov. Gen. Bronze Medal from United. Education W.A. Rep., Public Relations Secretaryg member Choral Society. One of the faculty's invincible debaio's. Intentions as to the future?-"Yes". Horace Holmes Bally CB.A.l From San Fernando, Trini' dad. Graduated from United Col- lege. Plays soccer, tennis and ping- pong. Married with one little Bally. Hopes to stay in Canada to teach. The big guestion is why would anyone desert Trinidad for Mani- toba? William Bobey fB.Sc.i A Winnipeg product who passed through Lord Selkirk and St. lohn's Schools. A member of Gamma Rho Kappa and C.O.T.C. Now you see him now you don't. Ever willing to talk with anyone, and just as willing to provoke the girls. Catherine M. Bond fB.A.i Attended West Kildonan Collegiate and later United College. Won lo Lindal Memorial Scholarship in 1949. Attended Macalaster Con- ference in 1949. Cathy is a most gracious person who has a fan club composed of almost every boy in the class. Ralph L. Bouchard fB.Sc.i Hails from St. Iames and St. lames Collegiate. Education Rep. to F.G.C.C. An exceptional athlete: curling, soccer, volleyball and square-dancing. An Army veteran. Restricts his debating to the classroom. Probably doesn't want to teach in a city school any way. Noah Bowman I. L. CBertD Bridge CB.Sc.D A Winnipegger who grad- uated from D.M.C.l. A Signalman in the R.C. Sigs., and for six years in the E.T.O. Curling and volleyball are his specialties. A married man, Bert considers his future a question mark. Always ready sto question Stein's theories. Abram I. Dick fB.A.J Came to us from Coaldale, Alta., where he graduated from the Ready Made High School. Also attended M.B.C.l. in Winnipeg. An active member of the V.C.F. and the German Club. Attended church choir and Young Peoples. A nice person indeed. Douglas Roy Dougherty CB.Sc.l A St. James man who at- tended the Collegiate in that part of town. A real athlete, Doug plays soccer, basketball, volleyball and track. ls recognized unofficially at the Faculty Chess Champion. A Varsity Varieties chorus-liner. John Enns CB.A.l From Elm Creek, Man., and a grad. of the Mennonite Collegiate, Gretna, Man. We hear he made quite a hit with ladies of the West End during summer employment as an Eaton's driver. lohn hopes to teach in the country. Alex Gwynne CB.A.J A Winnipegger who grad- uated from D.M.C.I. Entered U after four years with the R.C.A.F. Married to a lovely girl. A most agreeable fellow who made a point of attending most of the faculty parties. 255 ' sa! 'tltfi 'Q vt Mya. Wy.. r' -vig n of l -A 'H -.iw -Mi?'i'. !':T'ai" A., nt' . gfmiy., , ,risti- W, 5 , hav., 'esgggdi' - --wp -gun? s ,. -an -14 ., . . .. . .i. all is ...ew-'Q if VHS!" David L. Bracldell fB.Sc.J Winnipeg. Attended Kelvin and United College. Interested in drama, archery and curling. A veteran with five years in the R.C.O.C. Future plans include High School teaching or pedagogical research: marriage, a large family and more research. Helen I. Burnett tB.Sc., H.E.D Hails from Binscarth and a graduate of Binscarth High School. A member ofthe Y.W.C.A. Hopes to teach Home Economics even though she is to be married in May. One of the most sympathetic and understanding persons in the faculty. James W. Downey fB.A.J Winnipeg. Graduated from Daniel Mac. and United. Active in Y.M.C.A. community work, bridge, volleyball and basketball. Four years service with the R.C.A.F. A charter member of the Tzena Tzena Fraternity. The girls wouldn't mind having him for a teacher. Harold Dueck CB.Sc.l Winnipeg. Took his High School at United College. Active in volleyball, hockey, soccer and field day. A valuable member of his church youth group and choir. His voice has helped spark many a noon hour sing song. Mel Robert Guns on fB.A.D From Crandall, Man. Went to High School there as well as at Hamiota. Spent two years in the Army. Participated in faculty curl- ing and volleyball. Hopes to be teaching French and English, but will probably end up teaching little Guns Consl. Dorothy A. Hall CB.Sc. H.E.D Our Lady Stick who spent the years teaching in B.C. She is one of the faculty's best bowlers and also participates in volleyball, swimming and curling. She's the type who can get along with anyone. Page ll5 glue uniuetdifg of Manitoba a4ctiuitie4 a4wa'uL 1951 . . . G. Glen Harrison tB.A.l Glen, the music manl One of the mainstays of the Glee Club who worked his way up to the dizzy heights of assistant-director. Board of Music Vice-Chairman, Partici- pated in the track and field tableau and in faculty volleyball. Lorna S. Hasselfield tB.A.J Lorna hails from Deloraine, Man., is a United College grad and already has one year of teaching to her credit. A lover of music, she is naturally a Choral Society member. Also one of Educations "trundlers". Hopes to teach Maths. and English. Normon G. Harvey fB.Sc.l Halls from Rivers. Norm spent three years 111 the Army serv- ing in England and in Europe as well as in Canada. He is settled with a wife and family and hopes to support them byteaching and Encyclopedias. Clinton A. Kitchen lB.Sc.D Simcoe, Ont. Attended High School at Fort Dover, Ont. Entered "U" in 1946 after four and a half years with the l?.C.A.E. ls married and has a family. Clint has a most keen mind and added much to classroom discussions. John G. Latter CB.Sc.J From Winnipeg and D.M.C.l. An athletic fellow who contributed immensely to the faculty's success in volleyball, basketball, curling, swim- ming, soccer, track and field. We hear he has left his mark on the city by helping to build curbs last summer. Roderick M. Mackenzie CB.A.J Attended High School at his home town of Erickson and also at Birtle. A member of the U Camera Club. Active in Sparling YPU. Curls and plays tennis. Served three years with the R.C,N.V.R. A very pleasant person. Page ll6 John Hamm tB.Sc.J Originated in Winnipeg but took his schooling in Plum Coulee. Came to "U" in 1945 after two years with the R.C.A.F. Plays soccer and softball and bowls. Hopes to be teaching Maths. and Science. The man with the perfect body. Katherine Ruth Hoemsen CB.A.J From Griswald, Man., Kay has spent the past few years teaching and is one of the more serious students Ccomparatively speakingl. Kay hopes to teach High School French in the near future. Why not Physical Education, Kay? George A. Kearney fB.A.D Our sailor lad spent three years in the Navy as coder on Atlantic Convoy duty. Still keeps in touch with the sea by washing behind his ears every morning and being an Officer with the R.C.N.tR.D Halls from Fort William. William N. Kormylo lB.Sc.l A graduate of Isaac Newton High School. Bill is a newly married who manages to participate actively in U activities. He plays tennis, soccer, volleyball, basketball and participates in track and field. Education Rep. to the Brown and Gold. Irvin I . Lehman CB.Sc.J Never quiet, dull or in- conspicuous. lf not dressed as Georgeous Georgina or threatening the University Band with a stick, then he is arguing with Dr. Stein. Irv. is a Winnipegger, our Sec.- Treas. and a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi. John R. Main fB.A.J Trills us with a music lesson or a sharp debate. Kelvin Grads Operetta and Glee Club partici- pant. lohn's plans are well laid. "I think I will be a teacher for one year and Minister of Education the next". Wm. A. McC1ymont CB.A.l Ventured here from Hazel- ridge, where he attended the Hazel- ridge High School, coming to United College for his University studies. A veteran of the Army and the R.C.A.F. with three years' stand- ing. Generous with the use of his car. Isabella Doris Mclvor CB.A.l Commutes daily from Mani- toba's great Mountain, namely Stoney. She lends the zip to noon hour sing songs. She clung to the aisle seat front row all year. Her friends refer to her as "Izzy", Virginia B. McMillan CB.A.l Object: To prove that beauty, talent, personality and brains can exist simultaneously in a prospective teacher. Apparatus: Our Virg- cheerleader, drum majorette, pianist, sport enthusiast and sorority girl. Method: Immerse in the Fac. of Education. Conclusions: Top notch performance. Richard M. Mutchmor fB.Sc.J Enters Education by hered- ity. Dick and wife are square dancers par excellance - a top recommendation tor any teacher. Kelvin is partly responsible for his character and we can blame the Canoe Club for the rest. Harold Pollock CB.A.l From Cudworth, Sask., and attended High School there. Entered "U" in 1946. Married recently, spends his time now walking the floor with his little daughter. His only comment: "thank heavens I didn't have twins". Margaret Isabel Rankin tB.A.D From Winnipeg and D.M.C.l., a member of the Spanish Club of Wpg., the Winnipeg Ski Club and participates in track and field, volleyball and basketball. Can always be found in the last row, last seat in class. l Wonder why? Kenneth I. Mclntyre CB.A.l A graduate of Gordon Bell in Winnipeg. Absolutely no Scholar- ships or honors of any description. Pres. Old lokes Committee. Another charter member Tzena Tzena Fra- ternity. Plays at soccer, volleyball, basketball and curling. Hopes to teach P.Ed. at Podunk Collegiate. Donald T. McKinnon CB.Sc.l lf you didn't know Don before you hit Education you couldn't miss him when you got there. Past Board of Music Chairman, U.M.S.U. Rep., debator, volleyball and basketball and R.C.A.S.C. He still finds time to be married. Norma M. McKelvy CB.Sc.l lust a look at her Scholar- ship and voila le mastermind, then regardez the sports section and you'll find she curls a mean rock and bowls a mean ball. Gordon Bell played a maior role in Norma's environment. I. D. Marcel Pelletier CB.A.D A graduate of Provencher School, St. Boniface. Spent five years in the Army and is now a member of the C.O.T.C. While in the Army went "sight-seeing" in the U.K., France, Belgium and Holland. George W. Proctor fB.A.D CHons.l. A graduate of East Kildonan Collegiate. A vet of five years service in the R.C.A.F. ln- terests include curling, bowling, volleyball and raising a family. His agility in tumbling has everyone wondering about his age. Mary Edith Ridekop CB.Sc. H.E.l Winnipeg. Attended High School at Herbert, Sask., and Gretna, Man. Won the Sellar's Scholarship 1947-453. Active in Christian Young Peoples work and in Radio Gospel work. ls married and has a family. Page ll7 Ethel I. Ritchie fB.A.J Roblin, Man. Attended school there. Entered United Col- lege in l9-47. Achieves maximum results with minimum of effort in both academic and sports field. Shirley R. Rogers fB.A.l A graduate of D.M.C.l. Activities are mainly sports and music. So keen about basketball that one day she decided to play with the boys. She is still limping. Moral of this story: Girls shouldn't play basketball with boys. Hubert W. Savage tB.A.J From East Kildonan. At- tended Lord Selkirk and Gordon Bell Schools. Holds Manitoba Edu- cation Scholarship. Active in the V.C.F. A one time Greek student, who looks for a future in the Educa- tional field. Maurice G. Smith tB.Sc.l A graduate of St. lohn's Tech. Spent three years in Army overseas. Plays volleyball and soccer. A member of the Alpha Eta Pi Fraternity. Ralph Sotolov fB.Sc.D A graduate of St. lohn's Tech. Entered "U" in 1946 after three years with the R.C.A.F. ls married but no little Sotolovs as yet. Makes a living by fitting you with Ehoes ftoo large or too smalll at the ay. Cyril Crawford Whitaker CB.A.J A Winnipegger and a grad. of Gordon Bell. This year's PR emperor. Activities include soccer, golf C?J, bowling, badminton and baseball. Cy is married and his future intentions are teaching and "raisingf'. Page ll8 505' FV' , , if :ies -, .,. Donald Rogers Mary Rozecki fB.A.J From Teulon and a grad. of Teulon Collegiate. Entered "U" in 1946 . Won the Richardson Scholar- ship in Arts. Interested in curling, bowling and volleyball. A member of the Alpha Omega Society. Marianne G. Shackell fB.A.l From Oliver's Gulch, Man., where she was educated. Has had one Scholarship and one Bursary. Very active in women's athletics, participating in basketball, swim- ming, volleyball and hockey. Shack was right drawback on the faculty soccer teams. Hopes to teach P.T. .lack G. Smith CB.A.D From Transcona, Man. Took his High School at United College. Activities are centered around youth work for the church. Hopes to study in France. George A. Walker fB.A.J A grad. ot Gordon Bell School in Winnipeg. Works with Extensions Committee and is in charge of the High School Visiting Day. Directs dramatics in "Y" boy's work. Hopes to go to Europe to study. The ambitious type. Michael Woroby tB.A.l Winnipeg. High Schools: St. Nicholas and St. Paul's. Sings in church choir and is active in debat- ing, public speaking and dramatics. A veteran with three years' service, and is married with two children. Iames A. D. Cook CB.Sc.J Born and raised in Winni- peg, where he attended Kelvin High School. Left town for four years when he gave the Navy the benefit of his service. Although quiet and unobtrusive, lim was a valuable class member. H. Douglas Kemp CM.A.D From Galt, Ont. Took Arts at Manitoba. He has a list of Scholarships and as extensive a list of extra-curricular activities. Mar- ried with three children. Secretary Manitoba Historical Society. An R.C.A.F. veteran of six and one half years service. Rev. Robert W. Meagher CB.A.J Father Meagher is from Montreal where he was educated at Loyola College. A football coach and teacher at St. Paul's College. Father is regarded as a great guy by the whole class including the dean. Camera-Shy Grads Ross C. M. Grieve tB.S.A.J Came to this world in Shoal Lake and went to High School there. Winner of the Cooperative Promotion Board Scholarship. Future intentions lie in the teaching of Agriculture. A wonderful square dancerfreally grand to know. Susan Krahn CB.A.J The M.C.l. at Gretna did a good teaching job with Susan, who held a Manitoba Scholarship for two years. Was President German Club and a boon to the Glee Club and Choral Society. Known as the alto from Altona. .Tohn Milton Pennock CB.Sc. P.E.J CMcGilll. A native Reginian. Graduate of McGill. Interests lay mainly in sports. Has participated in inter-collegiate wres- tling, Varsity football, and inter- mural hockey, basketball and volley- ball. A veteran of the R.C.N.V.R. ls married and has one small daughter. John G. Hunter CB,A.J A Danielite, lack is the only person in the class who hasn't missed a lecture all year. His main interest is in Physical Education. He will probably be best remem- bered for his impromptu song and dance routines at the class parties. Kenneth B. MacPherson CB.A.J Graduated from D.M.C.l. in Winnipeg way back when . . . A product of the P.P.C.L.l. Spent twelve and a half years in the Army outside. Activities include a wife and three little MacPhersons. A remarkably clever individual who won't buy just anything Dr. Stein sells. Gordon B. Sefton CB.A.D Came from Brandon, Man., where he attended Earl Oxford School, Brandon Collegiate and Brandon College. Active with the B.C.S.A., where everything from Finance Board Treasurer to Pres. Public Speaking Club. Past Pres. of Sigma Mu Fraternity. Donald S. Sumner CB.A.D A native of Virden Col- legiate. Entered Brandon College in 1946 where he won both the Brandon College Major Award and athletic awards. Activities include most sports. A member of Sigma Mu Fraternity. Peter Yarema fB.A.D Hometown is Dutrost, Man. and a grad. of Teulon Collegiate. A veteran of the R.C.A.F. with five years service in the U.K. A married man with a three year old son. coo?--Q Page H9 GEF Education Cancliols C Page 120 Where Cl SSIEIED AIIVERTI I G get: Move 5lzing4 DUNE I fm MUHE PEllPlE Classified advertising has been called "the people's advertising". Although all adver- tising performs a public service, classified advertising performs it more directly and more immediately for more people than any other kind. lt is significant, therefore, that the Winnipeg Free Press should have such a large and con- tinuing leadership in classified advertising. lt is a tribute to the superior ability of the Free Press to produce results guickly, directly and economically. lt is one more reason why all advertisers for over 50 consecutive years have made the Winnipeg Free Press their first medium in this rich Manitoba market. THE WINNIPEG FREE PRESS me Papez of the Peoples choice C511 i ENGINEERING CHU HUDHU makes steady progress To keep pace with the electrical needs of the people of Win- nipeg, City Hydro has embarked on a program of expansion which will greatly increase its facilities. The Slave Falls power plant on the Winnipeg River reached its maximum capacity of 96,000 horsepower in l948. Another 53,000 horsepower will be added by means of two new steam turbo-generators in an extension to the Steam Plant on Amy Street-one rated l5,000 kilowatts, the other 25,000 kilowatts. This work is now in progress and the l5,000 kilowatt unit is ex- pected to be in operation by the end of this year. Recently, four new substations have been put into service, in areas which have built up since the war years, thereby extending and improving City l'-lydro's electric distribution facilities. Many other new and replacement projects are also in progress, all designed to maintain City Hydro's record for reliability and efficiency, and to provide the citizens of Winnipeg with an ade- quate supply of low-cost power for all their requirements. 0wnea' and 0perafea' by file flffzen l"":" ',-. NEW ADDITIONS TO THE CITY HYDRO ELEC ABOVE: One of the fou and Haskins. ontrol, metering and pmt RIGHT: C the new substations. BELOW: Inside new tra ver Avenue Station. For information reg ectric se PHONE 968 231 if Whmweg 1' new 6014 kiloyolt subst !'lSf0I'111E'1' cooling wa 61 arding eI- rvice in new buildings IIEI ' W TRIC SYSTEM ations: Lindsay ective relay panel in one of t ' spray pond: Ro- iggf-? Fr! Allan Ireland Editor of Brown 62 Gold 1948-5O Chairman, Finance Committee 1950-51 5 AS EACH of you crosses the threshold of your university course, outward bound on your chosen career with its great and un- known potentialities, may I wish you every happiness and success. By happiness, I mean personal satisfaction with your work and homelife, and a feeling of harmony with people and the world in which you live so that life may be easier and be a pleasure. By success, I mean whatever you may cons Sider your goal-advancement in your chosen profession, health, security, as well as the affection, good-will and respect of other people, for you will find that health, character, understanding of people, good judgment, initiative and courtesy are personal qualities which promote professional success just as much as do technical ability and training. --lc an Page 126 A. E. Macdonald msc. qc.f:.i, M.E.I.C., Ping. Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture Success in any job may be broken down into three main elements, all easy to remember and worth doing so. The first of these is your interest in and desire to work at the job, the second, your ability to do the job, and third, your capacity for getting along with the people with whom you work. These are the specifications, and major importance is 'attached to the last of them as so much today is accomplished by team Work rather than by the individual acting alone. Your professional life should take cognizance of your public responsibilities as a citizen. Not only will you work with others of your profession as one of a team, but you will have social responsibilities which you should accept and dis- charge faithfully as a citizen in a representative democracy. In its "Faith of the Engineer", the Engineers' Council for Professional Development proclaims that: "When needed, my skill and knowledge shall be given without reservation for the public good. From special capacity springs the obligation to use it well in the service of humanity, and I accept the challenge that this implies." "To my fellows I pledge, in the same full measure I ask of them, integrity and fair dealing, tolerance and respect, and devotion to the standards and the dignity of our profession, with the consciousness, always, that our special expertness carries with it the obligation to serve humanity with complete sincerity." May each of you always strive to live up to these ideals. 4 -25? BACK ROW-Left fa Right: I. MOHAMMED. , .. R. VERNER A. BADNER j. Kean M. Courrs. . D. PENROSE , . Ist 'Year Rep. lst Tear Rep. . Slide Rule Editor , Debating Chairman ., ..S.E.I.C. Chairman , . Publicity Chairman FRONT ROW-Left to Right: PROP. E. S. MACGILL H. STEVENSON ..... ., A. MOHAMMED ,,.. N. HANKS . ., J. RYMES . ., . M. CoLP1'r'rs ...... .. D. MCLEOD B. CIRKA L. COLLIER B. jAcxsoN N. ANDERSON D. MURRAY L. COSMAN . Faculty Advisor sf. U.M.s.u. Rep. Senior Stick . . . , Secretary . .. . Treasurer .. Social Chairman 3rd 'Year Electrical Rep 3rd 'Year Mechanical Rep Manitoban Rep . F.G.C.C jr. U.M.S.U. Rep Brown 159 Gold 3rd Tear Civil Rep Engineering Council im Page 127 Civil Engineering Ibraheem A. Mohammed Trinidad, B.W.T. Came to Uni- versity from Naparima College. E.l.C. prize for Third Year in 1950, Slide Rule Rep. in First and Second Year, Class Pres. in Second and Third and Senior Stick of the Faculty in Fourth. Member of the E.l.C. executive in 1948-49, official dele- gate of U. of M. Engineering to the Sixty-Fourth Annual Convention in Toronto. Plans to continue studying after graduation. Leonard Bookbinder Winnipeg. A graduate of Daniel lvlclntyre. Spent eighteen months as a telegraphist with the Navy before arriving at University in 1946. He has been active on the gridiron, playing two years for Varsity, as well as supporting Engineering in six- man football. ln the academic line won a Third Year lsbister Scholar- ship. Has also gone matrimonial. William H. Cameron Winnipeg. Attended both Kelvin and Gordon Bell and began Uni- versity in 1945. While studying he has managed to squeeze out a few hours for such sports as skiing. As yet the future is undecided. James Clark Souris, Man. Where he graduated from High School. Arrived at this instutute of learning after two years in the Navy. His intentions, beyond picking up a degree, are still shrouded in mystery. Iames E. Conway Norwood, Man. Graduate of Nor- wood Collegiate. After serving with the R.C.A,F. he came to Uni- versity in 1946. It major ambition of winning a sweepstake falls through, he may resort to work in Construc- tion Engineering. Thomas A. Copeland Toronto, Ont. Attended Cookstown High School. Served four and a half years with the R.C.A.F. as FXO before entering "U" in 1945. Con- siders himself a great Curler, even if nobody else does. Married and has a little boy. Ambition: not too much work 'and early retirement. Page 128 .. ' lt l li -..,. V 273221 I 1 ,".1 'GT' . . 1 i -if i l it ....l --n 4 . 4 1 - ,,, Q .n 9 F Q 4 if 1, l Y f 32? I N, if 31 1 s 52' . :W V 0 . Q t.1.' ,.., T 'P' W' 1 QL . 'hw .4-' . . 'i"'i,,, 3 1 f . Q ' 'mem K ,g . .,,4,,W lmao. .lgu..g,,W gf' . ,W laik- 7 Q of-, 'V N H' s f: 5- We if' 1, ma,-s.. list .I as -ff - 4 K3 I .----1l" Civil Engineering Stanley B. Bailie Fort Garry, Man. Attended High School at Morrin, Alta., and Man. Technical Institute, Winnipeg. Came to "U" in 1946, after four years with the R.C.A.F., including service in England and Africa. Enjoys bowling in his off hours. A married man, who plans to do Municipal Engineer- ing with the City of Winnipeg. Alvin W. Cairns Winnipeg. Attended High School in Pilot Mound. Before entering "U" in 1946 spent three and a half years with the R.C.A.F. in the European theatre. Already married, his sole remaining ambition is to get through the finals. Gordon Campbell Gerald L. Clayton Gladstone, Man. Attended the local Collegiate. During the war held the rank of LAC with the R.C.A.F., serving for three years in Canada, England and Germany. Came back to the books in 1946. Hopes to enter Foreign Service upon gradua- tion. William N. Dutton Winnipeg. Took High School studies at Regina College. First entered "U" in 1935, but spent five years with the R.C.A.F. in Europe and Africa. Has played both Varsity and Inter-Faculty rugby, hockey and basketball. A married man with a family to feed. Gordon M. Feldmann Flin Flon, Man. Graduated from Flin Flon C.l. Served as FfSgt. with the R.C.A.F. and came to University in 1946. Chief extra curricular ac- tivities: Mrs. and lr. Feldmann. Civil Engineering Slisumu F ukuyama Vernon, B.C. Attended Brittania High, Vancouver, and Revelstoke High, Revelstoke, B.C. Came east to Manitoba U. in 1944. Has par- ticipated in "U" basketball. Boris A. Grecoff Isle Maligne, Quebec. Received High School education at lsle Maligne and the High of Montreal. Took First Year Science in 1946, switching to Engineering the next year. Participated in shot put and javelin contests in "U" track and field meets. After graduation he'll become a Consultant Engineer, valuing his services at at least six thousand per. David L. Hadden West Chester, Penn. Attended High School in West Chester. ln 1947 he came north to Manitoba HU., Walter F. Iwanson Winnipeg. Gleaned High School education at Isaac Newton and United College. A veteran of two and a half years in the R.C.A.F. Entered University in 1946. James B. Lucas Winnipeg. Graduated from Gordon Bell, entering University in 1947. Member of University R.C.A.F. Has played Intramural basketball since 1948 and was with Varsity Seniors in 1947-48. The future: a question mark. John W. Madill Received High School education at M.T.1. Came to University in 1946, having served for four years with the Artillery and R.C.A.F. lntends to become a prosperous South American. Mfiifitsf-siiiiiaafi ..,. , ' f-H. . 'fir Hai tian.: 4g,. I I , K 5 K ,ii ' 1 ' 55 l. a ' , Q... ..V. 1 , g V U its -1 s .-li 4 if f' 5 " . 'liiilg X, 'J' 'T ' L' X -1" ' Q - Xt .' ' 15" ,gtlfgigt f- A m y Egfr" 'Ls 1 fi.,7g,,.z 'titers 1 ftieifteu 1 x -1 y ,-- ,.. , . -f. .1 I f . P" i, . 5, ,...,f,, t"w"w avi' Q fanny ' X fy' 'in-in ul-g,g'f4w.. wa i' .Vg K5 - twirl . ' ,.,5,atZ:,2 ' 'Biff '11 Wi '-. ,MW - "NW . . ,t -.. - 9 ixmimimeaiif lights -JS 'fiiffl f f Q4 'WA , X if A xl M' , . ,I lam .mi's:.s.1Q2ff,,siS92ag,.,1z3xfa:....2wsg,,..i'52f'.u.aiu'2.A. 1 Civil Engineering Paul K. Gradley Fisher Branch, Man. Attended local High School and M.T.l. in Winni- peg, served with the R.C.N.V.R. during the war. Since coming to the "U" in 1947 he has held both McKechnie Memorial and lsbister Scholarships. Hopes to use his degree to advantage in engineering business. William Greenfield Winnipeg. Grad. of lsaac Newton. Entered Engineering in 1947 and has studied diligently ever since. lntends to work in the construction line, preferably in concrete design. James M. Kay Winnipeg. Attended Lord Selkirk High School. Served with both Army and R.C.A.F. from 1943 to 1945. Entered University upon dis- charge. Member of Y Toast- master's Club, 1948-50. Ambition: to own a Cadillac. Roy Kunimoto James MacDonald Ernest A. Mahr Winnipeg. Attended Daniel Mac- lntyre Collegiate. Entered Uni- versity and Engineering in 1947. Page 129 Civil Engineering Martin J. McGregor Winnipeg. Attended Daniel Mc- lntyre and 1v1.T.l. Served every- where from the Arctic to Australia as Tele-graphist in the R.C.N.V.R. Came to HU" in 1946. Future: ln- definite. Vernon L. McKinnon Neepawa, Man. Attended Neepawa Collegiate. Veteran ot tour years' service with the l?.C.A.F. Curled tor Married with the be- ginnings of a family. lntends to worl: tor the government in the Department ot Mines and Resources. George McQuitty John P. Miller St. Thomas, Ont. Graduate of St. Thomas C.l. Came to U. ot M. in 1949. Has held oltice in both S.C.M. and Canterbury Club. Curled lor Residence. ls looking for worlc in Municipal Engineering. Munroe J. Nimmo Transcona, Man. Attended Trans- cona Collegiate. Spent two years as Telegrapher in the R.C.N.V.R., serv- ing in the North Atlantic. Entered University in 1946. Main aim: "to build good roads or sell my car". John C. Robinson Dauphin, Man. Attended Dauphin Collegiate. Was a Captain in the R.C.E. tArmyD for three and a half years, serving in England and Holland. Entered U. of M. in 1948. Undecided as to the future. Page 130 - sz ..sziL,.,,e:, A: .1 .9 wwf -xglnm - --.iii i A ,, . 9- W N 'Q M ii f if Q yd, I. " - ....o' Q 5 'U -l , ,. 1 I .Qeif .. sy.. . .. 'til 'aff it 'Q rs ,ff , A .4 S Hip in ,, Mig J - - if' 'Wi' ...ya-.i. ' fifh' . i.i.l'i1i1 . .,.-is . I -'if-5,23 .1 im- ' it 1 'V A 5' 132' 5 ' 5 T .' 9, A fb' ...af M f . gi.. i ,. if ' i' rt. - 51:5 6 ty .me5"'-vw! rizggiia . . . gs: ' X-tgp ' Hit 1 . fsawf . . ,jigs t' iz ' i 'I .I , .as i ' 1. lgge ' A- Q 1 52,412 32" ini 'lham rm... :swf-5-5, isa' ss?-v t if -..,.n" if gV,,,m,. .. laawlhi ' fails., W. ' ritifavx ' . .1 . x"fxQ'F4i' Jztzfy. .t,,l,"c' W. , 1 1 . 9, uffllig Q L " ,iiawvl . Y. '--7-5175 1 .7 - .Vickie-it 5 V t 5' -I aim . iizfhii 4 21331535 -an --vi ' .. 1.47 wif. Iiis',5t'f- gfaltmy "1 4 254. ,4 ,iii 211.1212 9 'H' f mf- 3411333 -dvi' i lt? n..,l.- X .ggi fri EL " ' . aan., W' "' 4- filth ai' X , ,,..2m..- ff- ' i ' QL. ,,. s . 1 f"i'..?t i. . Jura: 1 , Wuxi . V ' vj. . .- 1 ' IV "5--is . . , .. .. QQ? 'ix ' I M W ' ' 32' -..' tag 1371 ' it. . WZ.. 5 . .. . Civil Engineering Alexander K. Mattick Winnipeg. Veteran of the R.C.A.F. who came to University in 1947. A married man with one heir. Hopes tor the future: to do as little as possible in the longest period of time. H. Blair McLenaghan Winnipeg. Grad. of Gordon Bell. Came to University in 1946. Held various Convenorships in the Fac- ulty. Programme Chairman of S.E.1.C. Convenor of track and soccer. Another married man. Will enter the field ot Construction Engineering. Bruce Menlove Robert F. Morris Attended High School in Transcona, before entering University in 1947. Hopes to work in Foreign Service. Jerry Pomor Winnipeg. Came to Fort Garry in 1947 after matriculating from St. Paul's College. Future: large ques- tion mark. John Skinner Winnipeg. Kelvin graduate. Served tive years in North Atlantic and Mediterranean with the R.C.N.V.R. Entered University in 1946. Mar- ried. lntends to do Structural Engineering. ,.?,.. .M fs... .t Yet' . . 'A', 5 A X Civil Engineenng gsgiih , .5 V K E 'iff-if givil Engineering -if A .qlz : f -:.,.:.2.,::A . 4' is X - H V ' ,. . ig 5" arr . Smith wiuiam smith as 9' M " . Y ,J A3 Winnipeg. Attended St. lame's My I' Collegiate. Toured the globe during A ,V N i four years with the R.C.A.F. Holds 4 D.F.C.and co. At"U"since1946, 'gf ' has played basketball, curled and skiied. Member W.T.P.O.A. and ,, 4, Z, U.S.l.A. A married man. lntends .t,, .- to workin Construction Engineering. ' Peter Squaffie ms 53511 Allan Sulavella Winnipeg. Took schooling at Lord flags! Winnipeg Absorbed me funda. Selkirk' Served GS LAC with the 'itigm mentals of education at Cecil - a here in 1946. A R-C-A'F- AATTIVS V f n ,,W5gm Rhodes High School. Came to Leaves with intentions o enterinq ,g',,,W, "U" in 1946. Hopes he'S learned into Structural Engineering. Mqfiii, enough to find 5 good job in Con- 'iiigjjgtf struction Engineering. rig... 11,1321 ' if William T Van Deventer Bill A. W. Thompson ' f gif, Sioux Lookout, Ont. Attended Kenora' Gradsatedh Kim ti 1 Sioux Lookout Continuation School. Kenorff 19 ' Serve Wlt lg Flew with the Airforce for three Canadian Army-for two yeag, and Years during the War. Came to fHfeEed,UH1YefS11YIglH 1945- Hits Q Wm University in 1946. wiii take up if ngineering. fl fans to wor in Railroad Engineering as prepara- l e Conslfucllon le d- 'f-3155 f tion for helping lr. Van Deventer I ack Verner Electrical Engineering George E. Adamson Winnipeg. Attended High School in Sperling, Man. Served with the R.C.A.F. for five years, and came to University in 1946. Hopes for a future something like this: get married, get job, get experience, get money. Raymond Arthur Batt Portage la Prairie, Man. Graduated from Portage Collegiate. Worked for the Navy three years, serving in Canada and the North Atlantic. Entered University in 1946. For future intentions says "Palm to Pine". zfings' frgsg 'fi 'Warns 1 MW' 4 U it ,- ,. -s.3,m. 'vias' g f.l,H,,,rf?i. 'V ,J-v.:'4S7i5s4 A ,... . 1 P' '..w'1- " X S, ..f..-. f, ' gif' .1 , EX , 1 at . in f I . ..,ggL". ...if-S... A 1 wt'- KK' I 44 "EY . r .1 . yt V ' " , X 1 "" .Q ' 5 ' ' 1? V -YJXQ A 'NS ' 1 .' '.2ih5BQl:s,, aifiaf 4 3 5 ' ,'. fswriifi- " kit., . ,, 2, gsm ...L Q J f S' ggiiisx. 4 ?"ggr"r ff as' .maart f 154. . . Kg.. '-in nt' 4 1 . A ,disk- 'I!sasVQulx"'aR's"'1mv' with his electric train problems. Electrical Engineering George E. H. Adams Ninette, Man. Studied at M.T.l. after serving three years with the R.C.A.F. Entered University in 1946. Spends his spare time golfing, hunting, curling for "U" and with the S.E.l.C. No longer eligible. Ambition: to count thousand dollar bills, preferably his own. Gerard A. Andre St. Boniface, Man. Graduate of Provencher School. Served as a Gunner with the R.C.A. Has been at "U" since 1946. Bowled for Plans to spend the future raising a family, preferably the large economy size. May also do Post Grad. in Electronics. Francis C. Bolton Winnipeg. Attended High School in Rapid City, Man. Spent four years with the R.C.A.F. and entered Uni- versity in 1946 with a Man. Hotel- keepers' and Brewers' Scholarship. Also won lsbister in 1948 and 1950. Married with a little girl. Member S.E.1.C. lntends to work in En- gineering, probably in Ontario. Page 131 Electrical Engineering I ack W. Breed Winnipeg. Graduate of D.M.C.1. Served with the R.C.N.V.R. during the war and spent three years over- seas. Member S.E.1.C. Married and father of a little girl. Has big ambitions: big house, big car, big family. May also work. Robert Burn Winnipeg. Graduated from Daniel Mclntyre. As an Elect. Artificer helped the R.C.N.V.R. win the war, Entered University in 1946. Mar- ried. Plans to find employment in Engineering. Alan Wm. Dales Winnipeg. St. 1ame's Collegiate grad. Came to "U" in 1946. Con- tributed his genius to poster design for the Building Fund and advertise- ment, cover and cartoons for the Slide Rule, 1948. Sports include Inter-faculty soccer, basketball, vol- leyball, tennis and bowling. Future: some excitement, to make up for these years of toil. Ronald M. Everett Winnipeg. Attended Kelvin Highg served over two years in the Air Force as LAC. Member S.E.1.C. The athletic typeg plays badminton, paddles, skis and swims. Intends to work after grad. Alfred A. H. Gillespie Winnipeg. Attended Vancouver Tech., St. lohn's Tech. and M.T.1. F10 with the R.C.A.F. for five and a half years, including two in the Trans-Atlantic ferry command. Ac- tive in softball, basketball and bowling. A married man, with a little daughter. Hopes to do re- search work. Ronald W. Griffiths Winnipeg. Graduate of D.M.C.1. who entered University in 1947. Sang with the Glee Club for four years and was Business Manager 1950-51. Phi Kappa Pi Fraternity Plans to work in the Communica- tions Line. Page 132 Electrical Engineering Ralph I . Bristow Winnipeg. Attended Gordon Bell. Member of the R.C.C.S. during the war. Entered University in 1946, and has been active in cycling events. Martin I . Colpitts Carman, Man. Received High Schooling there and at M.T.1. Served for four years with the Army Tanks Corps., in Europe and Africa. Class Rep. in Third and Fourth Years. Faculty Social Convenor in Fourth and member of S.E.1.C. since 1947. Golf and curls. Member A.1,E.E. Married. Will devote all future energy to becoming pros- perous in Electrical Engineering. Stanley .T . Einarson Winnipeg. Graduated from DM.- C.1. and entered the Faculty of Engineering in 1947. Chose the Power Option. Plans to find em- ployment in Engineering. William I. B. Forsyth Winnipeg. Attended D.M.C.1. and M.T.1. Served seven years as a Sergeant, trying to find out how to handle two sons. Gives no par- ticulars as to the future, but says his intentions are honorable. Michael I . Golech Winnipeg. Attended Transcona High. Served with the R.C.A.F. be- fore coming to University in 1946. Married, and has a son. Intentions are to do research with the Defence Board. Emest I. Hebert Winnipeg. Attended Manitoba Tech- nical Institute before entering "U" in 1946. An Army veteran who served for four and a half years in North West Europe. Another ex- bachelor. He intends to find a job come graduation. Electrical Engineering Michael Hlady Lockport, Man. Attended the Uni- versity in 1947. Served in the R.C.A.F. for three years. Frank Edward Lay Winnipeg. Grad. of Kelvin. En- tered Engineering in 1947 and chose the Communications Option. Played Faculty volleyball and basketball as well as Junior basketball for U. of M. Operates amateur radio station 1E4EA-callers always welcome. Intends to work in Communications. John M. Matthew St. James, Man. Attended St. Jame's Collegiate. Served with the R.C.A.F. and came to University in 1946. Took an lsbister Scholarship in Third Year Electrical. Member ot Winnipeg Radio Amateur Club. Already married. The future: ine definite. John B. McArthur Winnipeg. Grad. of Kelvin Tech. Served two years in the Navy and entered UU" in 1946. Elected the Power Option. Curled for Ene gineering, played end for St. Vital Bulldogs, 1947, 48 and 49. intends to work in Power Distribution. Andrew J. Moffat Winnipeg. Attended East Kildonan Collegiate and entered University in 1947. Chose the Power Option. Has participated in curling during his University years. Ralph P. Newcombe Winnipeg. Graduated from St. 1ohn's Tech., and entered University in 1947. Plans to work in the tield of Communications. ww if, vi' I I' 'fm figf Lf A 1 .2333 ' 'V 'fx . Q i?,..... We ' - g , ig? tif 5 ul' ,dr HQ gwiff-", .,. . l'j'A- 'TNC 1 - 5 .ea fro was , . . in s"-. . . . 1 .. - .. uv 1 . .. 1 if . i .sg ' s ' "31f? ,.g,yz,. ?t1lf'f!' .,.,i1rS5 is-,sn "5ws5'l1' 5 . . 'M-A-sa psf - pm. 4. .gui 4. v .gn ip in --I i-. J li 'Weir 3..,.piQs 5' 'VU frfsffgsi .wi-iffy ltitzfg' . fs... . if it :iii . . V5 732' t..,l1s,r rv f-,. 9 mgslg fs 1 i Vs...igg 1.554591 lvmiasfg synaiar wings!! Es Q is .4 xr - f,?g,wi. ,4f+-f.. -....is?. S4 , .X wi ..-1' , 1 Q, 'SQ 'am .wwf V11 -Q. uw.. :,v,,. .. Electrical Engineering James Richard Inglis Portage la Prairie, Man., where he attended High School. After two years in the Air Force he arrived at University in 1947. Chose the Power Option. Married. Golfs and curls. Wants to get on somebody's payroll and then see the world. Albert J. Lemoine Winnipeg. Took High School work at Provencher School and St. Paul's College. Went to Europe with the R.C.A.F., spending three and a half years. Came to "U" in 1946 and chose the Power Option. Married. An honest guy, plans to work for his living, preferably in Alberta. Vernon C. MacDonald Portage la Prairie, Man., where he went to High School. First entered "U" in 1939 and completed Second Year Science. Served five years with the Army and R.C.A.E. High school principal, Bowsman, Man., in 1945 and 1946. Entered Engineer- ing in 1947. Signals and Radar officer in 402 City of Winnipeg Squadron. Married and has a family. Frederick A. Mclntosh Jedburgh, Sask. L-Cpl. with the Army for four years, serving in Italy and North West Europe. Entered "U" in 1947. Married and has a little boy. Gerald R. Nayler Red Lake, Ont. Attended Red Lake Continuation School and M.T.l. Served for three years in the R.C.A.F. and entered University in 1947. Took the Power Option. Has curled for Gary K. Oliphant Winnipeg. Alumnus of Gordon Bell. Entered University in 1947, and elected the Power Option. Has curled while at "U". Page l33 Electrical Engineering Earle Wm. Owen Winnipeg. Graduated from lsaac Newton High School. Came to "U" in 1946 with a Man. Hotel- 1-zeepers' and Brewers' Scholarship. Once that degree is conferred, he intends to take a good long rest. A. Michael Parent Winnipeg. Took High School work at St. Pauls College. Entered "U" in 1945. Elected the Communica- tions Option. Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. The future: who knows? Peter D. Shewchuk Winnipeg. Grad. of East Kildonan Collegiate. Served with the R.C.- A.F. for four and a half years in Great Britain and the Mediterranean area. Began University studies in 1945 and chose the Power Option. Married, and has a son. His future lies in the field of lndustrial Elec- tronics. Edward Snowball Emerson, Man. Attended Green Ridge Consolidated School. Served five years with the R.C.E. in ltaly and Holland. Entered University in 1946. Ambition: to become suc- cessful. I ack K. Sullivan Riverhurst, Sask., where he attended High School. Came to University in 1946 after six years in the Army. Chose Communications Option. Member 1.R.E. Married. Plans to go back to the Army and become high brass. John E. B. Thorsteinsson Winnipeg. Graduate of Norwood Collegiate. Spent the years 1943 to 1946 as a Lieutenant in the Navy. Came to "U" in 1946. Curled for Engineering. First Lieut. with H.M.C.S. Chippawa, also Electrical Officer with the Navy Reserve. Ambitions: Post Graduate work, Business Administration and Pro- duction work. Page 134 vfi-Parma --gr' av 5 'Yil'?'gir7'llg'fi'bw'?!''arf "f""+'!? l"gf9' ' n s-prima! Q 4-mg z. ,, , Vs--wma -,421-:f,v --. V, . .. - .. . .. , . ....:1-.-4... ft.m,i.,, ??i'f"7'tifl ....ra.1.,.?,5?--in, r ' .,,,i:i.. . -me f,:1. f-fi-me aggpi-iq! 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Graduate of Devonshire Collegiate, West Selkirk. Spent four years overseas in the R.C.A.F. Member of S.E.1.C. and R.C.A.F.A. A married man with a family of two. Intends to work in Power Development. Donald M. Picken Winnipeg. Attended D.M.C.l. Dur- ing the war served as SfSgt. with the R.C.E.M.E. Entered University in 1946. Albert Shukster Winnipeg. Graduated from Isaac Newton High School. Radio Artiticer with the R.C.N.V.R. serving off and on ships. Chose Communications Option. Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. Recently acquired married status. lntends to settle down to work after graduation. Gordon I . Stonehouse Hamilton, Ont., where he attended Westdale Collegiate. Served with the U.S. Army in the Pacific Theatre. Entered University in 1947 and elected the Power Option. Married and has practiced diaper techni- ques on son, limmie. Plans to join a railroad supply company. Lorne C. F. Tait Winnipeg. Attended M.T.1. Gunner with the Army for six years, five of them overseas. Came to "U" in 1946. Senior Rep., 1948-49. Mem- ber S.E.1.C. Intends to work in Communications. A. Roy Towler Pine Falls, Man., where he went to High School. Served in the R.C.- A.F. from 1942 to 1945, before en- tering "U". Member of Inter- varsity rifle team in 1947. Married. lntends to enter lndustrial Elec- tronics, preferably in the pulp and paper industry. Electrical Engineering William I . Ward Stonewall, Man., where he attended High School. After a year in the Army came to University in 1946. Chose Communications Option. Married with two children. Plans to work in Winnipeg. Stephen Wesioly Winnipeg. Entered "U" in 1946 via Isaac Newton High. Elected Power Option. A Y.M.C.A. com- munity club worker. Plans to work in Power. I on G. Myrdal Lundar, Man. Took lr. Matric by correspondence. A Science frosh. ot 1945 who entered Engineering the next year. Bowls, Social Convenor of Iceland Canadian Club since 1949. Going to make a quick mil- lion with generator and switch-gear erection. Mechanical Engineering Bryce R. Bollert Vancouver, B.C. Graduated from St. Iohn's Tech. The man with the new Chev. Bryce came here in 1948 from HU" of T. A member of Delta U fraternity. His activities include rugby, hockey and tennis. He hopes to do Aeronautical work. Merle G. Brown Kirkfield Park, Man. Attended Gordon Bell, entered University in 1945. Very keen on sports. Mem- ber of the Sigma Lambda Phi Fra- ternity. Favorite saying "Does Eaton's bother the Bay". Intentions as to the future seem to centre around the proverbial buck. Some- one should tell him "Money is the fourth root of all evil". Walter S. Chick Transcona, Man. Attended Col- legiate there. "Hot wire chicklet", a 1950 Electrical Engineering grad., is a potential Westinghouse president, but his love life is his chief problem. Will he be true to his-? or will he get involved in Hog Town CTorontol -or enjoy his opportunities at Westinghouse Chundreds of girlsl? , J., .. '-sg Jafar? , 4 vi .. . V it A 1. . 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J "jfg3g, i"..g..i..J 5 W ' " I I .N .: ' 1, it -fi I ,IL im. ' ff"' . ' :fi .Xi-. x .sg it . 1 Ki' was qi-ETX . ...Wi . . ,. , kfiyqx . f 4 i 1. Q . .. M E. - . . . . a"' .gij -. , -Q ,,:..,i.' A, F agua 1 - . 1. lg .gf eskfj'-f -M" ' ' Y gps '-: Q ' V ii , gg,, .:.',A,.,,. Q -Jw 'o' X S V' 1. . - if.. 4 . lifts ,. V. mt.. Q f 'BS "H ' ,Q , . . if f "' it V S 1 Slffifs X-:Pi .11 ' 132. mi '-,1'f:' """ Z v.--- 5 V lu '2 -"" zaffvzf. gsm, my , ':f- 6 .1223 1312, tiiisgggii r .n Mx. .tsmzsf ,..,2tl5.i:,. zxzt-"':Qas' 'tm :a1ir4i'E?if'i .---' "f I 4 ..,,: ' se? 'lt i Electrical Engineering William A. Webber Winnipeg. Kelvin graduate. Served tour years with the R.C.A.F. in England. Entered University in 1946. Plans to work in Engineering. David I . Willows Winnipeg. Attended Glenlawn Col- legiate. Entered University in 1947. A member of Westminster Church Badminton Club. Halmar R. Douglas Winnipeg. Attended Daniel Mac. Glee Club member, 1943, 1947-505 box office manager, 1949, business manager, 1950. Served as an A.B. in the Navy at sea for two and a half years. Mechanical Engineering Douglas L. Brown Winnipeg. Attended Gordon Bell. An ardent noon hour bridge player in spite of the grind. Skips a rink but would rather play third. Was edged out of the first event by Ace McTavish. Can't wait until Spring to drive the new family car fknow anyone who wants to buy a good "28" Buick?l. Taras M. Cirka Winnipeg. Attended Isaac Newton. One of the tallest men in the class. It is sometimes surprising how seri- ous this happy giant can get during a noon hour discussion. Classes should always start five minutes later for Taras-after all he has a long way to come. Malcolm E. Coutts Winnipeg. Attended Kelvin High and spent three years in the R.C.A.F. President of the student section of the E.I.C. 195051. Social Rep. first year Arts and Science. Considers an E.I.C. membership almost as essential as a degree. Page 135 MANITUBA, ALMA MATEII 'jfords byJohn1TacICay gfusic b Th 'E sa. 1 iiwriffifi11f1LAH 1,1 11 ' 5 1 1 1 Han- i - tow ba., A1-:rua Zia- ter Flo- 'ny now to you, 2g i1fi 1 1 1 1 5' P ' 1 '11 1511111 f1'1'f fff 11 11l'1,g1,1"g1 ,111 MJ 10 of V 1 1 1-1gg121111 155111 1 11 1 An - cient pr:-.i-rie 11 f learn-ing, prai ses higk and t if 1 1of f111 1 1 ll 1 1 1 f 6 1' 1 1' 1 1 f 1 11 1 1 T A J qi l 141' iul I of 1 l X J 915, fy 1 1' Y f 1 1 1 11 l 1 W-l1111111'5W110 1 From yoilr loy -al sons and daugh- p -iii-i-ty and Fame, Big 1 gn lah K -1 J 1' ' I 5 ll I ff 1-1 '1c'1f1L111'1-ff 1 441 4 1 .Q K Q1 ,, oo lilo!! Y X X X X X 111111111-N,11,141111 1 Lian- i-to-ba Ffa ter , hon-our t your nam: ' . 1,1111 1xyhf"f' T' Woo? u 1,11 X 55 13 foo J, 1 1 1 1 + 1 X 1 ,Q 1 N 1 Mechanical Engineering A. T. Davies Winnipeg. Attended Glenlawn Col- legiate. A.T. entered "U" in 1946, after two years with the Fleet Air Arm. He managed to get married in the first term and was little seen until lanuary. He insists that he was out at Deer Lodge. Art will serve the engineering profession as an Afl executive. Ken F aggetter Brandon. Attended Douglas High. Single, but interested in someone pretty nice in Home Ec. Holds several scholarships including the "Dickson" Scholarship. Spent three and one half years with the R.C.A.F. in Canada and overseas. Has ac- cepted a position with Canadian General Electric. Reid Finlay Winnipeg. A quiet gentleman who took his High School at Kelvin. Reid's activities include golf, tennis and badminton. He is an ardent worker and is often seen cornering some professor. Reid hopes to get work in Eastern Canada with some large firm. Were sure he will make a success of it. Harold M. Goldstein Graduate of St. Iohn's Tech. High. If he could swim he might have been an asset at Varsity Stadium last November, if only to provide a barrier. The heavy grind doesn't seem to be bringing him any nervous breakdown. Hopes to work in the engineering field. James I. Harris Winnipeg. Attended Gordon Bell and M.T.I. Interested in bowling and curlingg single and not worried. Has spent his spare time and summer months between the R.C.A.E. and C.N.R. machine shops. lim found English an impossible ordeal. Spent two and a half years in the R.C.A.F. David W. Johnson Winnipeg. Attended Gordon Bell and M.T.I. Interested in curling and bowling. Spent six years in the cold Atlantic Zone as a signalman. A married man and the proud father of a son. Never believed in overdoing Lab. reports. Once wrote up a Lab. report on steam and now hopes to enter that field. Page l36 ",. : ..,. 1. 'Q 3? 'Sm' . W ,?1a'4"'3' ,I tit ,W 'HGV' .sa M ,ga Q . .,,.s , 5553! 4 ,v is . -' 2 Vw f , ilfltli 3 ' in -fag!! AH., 2 . ,stems ii. ,' ,rif --szmfa eff 'sit tieggzisi i tgmzit. .qt slid! Wagga 'iii rf AWE! nj zg,,m? 1. , 53 . Qg1tt,,g, my t1ai,g.6'Qi ... Q ups" ,, gait 14.35 sh ' . -' ti:.,,,M. ,. gif-i.,?,. Q. Effili' iii, iw '--13, zzg..k,z.s tr? E. ghngiiq Wifi Wig. -QE! v . sig, g.i?.,f,,,Q!, ,gift ' :ii to. 1 9.1 :gil g 1 xx T G. Sai EQ mist - ,.,, ii. SSN 'J A s.. tig ia . sgzgi-is . .tt tt ,fit ,,.,, ..... ' iss , , terdtifz' in iam" ,fig gn'-1 ,Quiz . W1 fi? , ..,,gb C: Q . it f f A uw- "" we 9 1 ' A ex 1 zi""f H. 3 .. .. ,, Ml? . .... I , Q! , ..,, .., gi: . X Q . X su f X ,ow Mechanical Engineering I ack V. A. Derraugh Winnipeg. Attended D.M.C.L and entered University in 1946 after five years in the R.C.A.F. At a party lack is the centre of attraction but around the Engineering Building his hat steals the show. Plans to get marriede-after that get a job. Val I. G. Fasken Graduate of St. Iames Collegiate. Played interfaculty and junior Bison basketball in 1949. Invested in a car of his own, rather than ride on the Madhatton Run and end as another statistic. It is rumored that he hears an Ec-Ho. ls keenly interested in flying and aeronautics. Stuart Gardner Dauphin. "Stu" is an amiable family man, who has a flare for old cars without windows. After spending four years in the R.C.A.F. he is making a success of engineering. He plans to move to Chatham, Ont., this spring to help out International Harvester. Cornel M. Gross Graduate of Balfour College, Tel Aviv. Came to Canada to marry and entered "U" in 1947-served as a craftsman in the R.E.M.E. for two and a half years in Europe and the Middle East. Here is a man with both wit and talent, as so often dis- played in the Lab. Interested in a post grad scholarship, but would take a good job. Ray G. Hatton Winnipeg. Graduated from St. Iohns and United College. Taught a girl to drive and then they were both sorry. Has a burning desire to enter the automotive engineering field, automotive meaning Ford. Stanley N. I ones Winnipeg. Graduate of Ravens- court School, entered "U" in 1946. Member of the Zeta Psi Fraternity. Would sooner see a show anytime than attend Labs. Worked last few summers for H.B.M. 61 S. Co., Flin Flon. Sports, swimming and skiing. May possibly do post grad work in Engineering Administration after finishing his test course with C.G.E. Mechanical Engineering Gerald M. Killeen Graduate of D.M.C.l., entered "U" in 1947. Veteran of U.S. Army. A very happy man at the end of each term, as he boards the train for St. Louis to see his wife. A very keen man in the Lab.-especially when experiment is finished. Dan Klein Winnipeg. Graduate of Isaac New- ton High and entered "U" in 1947. Played senior football and lntermural volleyball. Member of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. Spent two summers with Drewery's engineering divi- sion. Always worries about exams., but manages to stay in the top ten. Hopes to work in the engineering field. Roy K. Nakagawa Regina. Attended Balfour Tech. and came to Manitoba in 1947. Lives in Residence but would like to live in North Kildonan, or have a certain beauty live in Fort Garry. Roy has no definite plans for the future, but don't let that fool you. Dalton Minty Minty the "Potato King" hails from Clear Lake, Man. Dalton spent five years with the R.C.A.F. before tackling Engineering. Besides volleyball, curling and tennis is always willing to help out IV M. lntends to do P.G. in Aeronautics. Don M. Murray Winnipeg. Attended Lord Selkirk. Spent second year at Toronto. Busi- ness Manager of the Slide Rule 1949-5O. Brown and Gold Rep., 1950- 51. Member of the Sigma Lambda Phi Fraternity. Can reach the top of the volleyball net with a step ladder. His pipes and laugh are well known around the Engineering Building. Stephen Olenik Winnipeg. Graduate of St. lohn's Tech. Single and seems to like life that way. A friendly fellow at any time and especially so in a "pub". Always enjoys a cup of coffee. Spent three years with the R.C.A.F. in Canada. Future plans unknown as yet. Mechanical Engineering Michael Kissel Winnipeg. Mike is a married man with one girl. A very guiet gentle- man who spent three years in the Navy before entering Outside activities include skating, cycling and tennis. Mike is a future civil servant in the heating and vent field. John Kurelek Vinemount, Ont. Attended lsaac Newton High School, entered "U" in 1946. lohn is an easterner who was born and educated on the prairie. He is active in sports and partici- pated in gymnastics, shooting, vol- leyball, tennis, skiing and badminton to keep in shape. Although he is a mechanical engineer his chief hobby is radio. Samuel McClements Winnipeg. Graduate of General Wolfe and Gordon Bell High Schools. A married man with a family. Al- though a part-time Deer Lodge patient, has found time to build a house and work in the C.P.R. shops. Spent five years in the Army. Future in Diesel Engineering or Air Con- ditioning. Saburo Morita Winnipeg. Graduate of Arnaud High School and entered "U" in 1946. Has a large collection of old gold from winning Scholarships. When away from "U" finds time to play badminton and baseball. Has a keen interest in public affairs and bridge. Has no intentions as to the future, but some industry is sure to grab him. Alfred I. Newfeld Winnipeg. Graduate from Lord Kitchener and entered "U" in 1946. Interested in curling, bowling and rifle. An outstanding track and field athlete. Spent 15 months in the C.A.l.A., leaving with the rank of Corporal. Has no definite plans as to the future except make lots of money. Nicholas Partyka Winnipeg. Graduated from East Kildonan College. Four years with the R.C.A.F. Married and has a cute little daughter. For the past two summers Nick has been Asst. Engineer in East Kildonan. A better than average bowler in the Uni- versity Bowling League, and may be often found in the Canteen. Hopes to become a Design Engineer. Page 137 Mechanical Engineering Gudmundur P. Peterson Hates to be late getting home for dinner, whether it's the food or the little women it is hard to say. Nothing seems to disturb Pete, not even wrong experimental data. Likes to go hunting in the fall and during winter he throws a pretty fair curling stone. Pete would be an asset any- where. Sigurdur G. Petursson Wiriiiipeg. A Gordon Bell High School grad. Spent a few years in the Army and seemed to enjoy the "continental" life. Married fno family as yetl. A keen curling bug -likes a good game of bridge, which is his usual lunch time pastime. Sig is looking forward to graduation so that he can enter the Aeronautical field. F. H. Quirt Winnipeg. High School Daniel Maclntyre. Frank, a Phi Kappa Pi man, is an ardent hunter, who is often missing around shooting sea- son. He spent some time with the Navy and he says his future remains to be seen---By Whom? Doug E. W. Rollo Winnipeg. Attended St. lohn's Tech. and entered "U" in 1947. Fraternity, Sigma Lambda Phi. The lim Thorpe of the Engineers. Doug would like to believe in all play and no work. Doug's burning desire is to build a "Pub" on the Fort Garry Campus. John Rudan St. lames. Attended Collegiate there and entered "U" in 1946 after serving with the R.C.A.F. Single at present but hopes to walk down that aisle with a cute blonde soon after graduation. Favorite sport is golf and hopes some day to break 100 at Tuxedo. Biggest ambition is to make a lot of money. J. E. Scotten lim is an amiable chap, who served over three years in the R.C.A.F. His activities include hockey, curling and hunting. lim is the Turk Breda of one of our five teams. His future will probably be the N.H.L. Page 138 I, -'E' ,,, , . is 5. -ff-r ---v - ' ww. asi-ti-at--ta'f-ewes? f . 7 .. mnqwmig-. - - , ,1-.n-Kina.: u... --, -f-e A ug' sne.,.s4,., , . , fi Si- . , i f ,ws - -A" ,- " I fig A ' My . in -J zgsg. M: ' - . 4 ' ...i.. ' A f- N' 14-' eq! - , If wa 'yn' 4... .1 M. at .,.f Q F-'gigs I.,t5,:., . ,. . -it 9 fr' '12 V fisiwfr n 'A S .fwrtgi ' "' "' ,ng ,. ' - - .g.,fi2... 3 ' , i..W,:, 5 ' f... 'f B 222.21 371' 'giif 'W' -writ'-,, ra g . P ' 'wif ,rstiwgit I p ugafffwqy , Z w...wf - ' 1 matting. ' ' Fiji: ' pgrimws ' M .'si..gi ' f .-wif.. ' ' lffT...4f - 9 ,-. i ' " I 1 ' 4 h ,ts :V v 5 ' 1 :ffl Ik., 3 1 . ztzfiizi A kgs. ef ef ft 1 it .vw-is :tl- -t, Ali gf ,M.t:t..3 y fzl3,,..Jut . ' 'tit V .., -. stfiia stat TQ. .. nw? ,if-it ..i,...,,, vi. . 1 Q14 Z ' a 1 , I . 4' W f-'Vt' A -tfriiwaa vi ' - fe" t 7 3 L. 4' f ,ifstm 'W 9132! I- Ce, , i Elin Atltr,,4 'wifi'- lim.. A im- 1 -. . ,ti ' it52L3t5ZQ3t3QlQl5?X.1tf2 I 4 .,. -.-Y---..,-. . - .. ,nude "'m""'-,iti:'f51a4t'1z:. '1' is, Mechanical Engineering Harvey Peterson Fort William. An ex-service man with three and a halt years' service in the R.C.A.F. and R.N.F.A.A. Married with two children. Sports, bowling. Harvey must be a very popular man on the selection boards, but has decided to accept a position with Westinghouse. Don G. Pringle Brandon. Attended Collegiate and entered University in 1947 after serving three years in the R.C.A.F. One of the better curlers in Engi- neering lV M. An ardent bridge player. He drives a 1942 Dodge and made a fortune first year from his student taxi service. Plans to get a Job somewhere in the East. W. Lorne Richardson Graduate of Napinka High School. Veteran of four and a half years in R.C.A.S.C., serving in Canada, U.K. and Europe. Used to live in Residence but now has a car and lives down town. Plans to work in the East, get married and still main- tain a car. Probably will work with Imperial Oil. Fred I . Ross Goderich, Ont. Attended Goderich Collegiate and M.T.l.g entered "U" in 1946. Confines his sports ac- tivities to catching the bus. Is married and the proud pa of two boys. Fred spent five years in the R.C.A.F. as an A.E.M. and would like to follow in Aircraft Power Plant Research after graduation. John E. Rymes Winnipeg. Attended M.T.1. and entered "U" in 1947. Class Presi- dent 1949-50 and Treasurer for Engineering Council 1950-51. Mem- ber of Tappa Kegga Ri Fraternity. A married man with no family, but he has hopes. Served in both the R.C.A.F, and R.N.F.A.A. with the ranks of FIO and SfLt. respectively. John has no definite plans as to the future. John Slusarchuk Stuartburn. Attended the Ford Annex fD.V.A.J and entered Uni- versity in 1947. One of the fleet- footed bachelors in Engineering. lohn is an enthusiastic curler and bridge player and a conscientious worker. Served in the Army for five years, spending a good part of that time in N.W. Europe. ft 'u'n7a'44Am' it Mechanical Engineering Murray Smith Murray, a Kelvin Grad., manages to participate in basketball, golf and tennis besides Engineering. How he has got this far without taking notes we'll never know. As for the future -somebody will get a good En- gineer. Hamilton R. Sullivan Graduate of Portage Collegiate and entered "U" in 1945, after being a R.C.A.F. Sgt. Has not attended University consecutively, but took time out to "live" and make a few dollars. Has played hockey but now limits his amusements to curling- winning the T. Eaton prize in the l95l 'Spiel. A future with the R.C.A.F. Jack J. Tamava Winnipeg. Attended St. 1ohn's Tech. and entered "U" in 1946, after spending two years in the Army. Favorite pastime-ogling females in the cafeteria and a desire to join a sorority. Favorite subject-Electrr cal Engineering on account of he doesn't take it. Favorite remarks- "Let's whip this off and go for coffee". John Warywoda Winnipeg. Attended Isaac Newton and St. 1ohn's Tech., entered "U" in 1947. Student member of E.1.C.- spent four years in the Army as a signalman. One of the married boys with a family of two. Hopes to work in either Mechanical or Aero- nautical Engineering Field. Frank P. Weiner Winnipeg. Attended Cecil Rhodes and D.M.C.l. and entered University in 1946. Frank is a deadly spikeman on the volleyball court. Favorite expression during a problem Lab.: "To H--l with it, let's go for coffee." As for the future, he will probably land a job with eight coffee periods a day. in in., S 1. ,fa 'i w ' Q " ., . gt -.4 r : 51' -. W ,23.g:::'+ if 'em -.sg -X' 1 2 .ti-eil' s., ,pins . .V ' O. Sl? .sf -iw! fit "sit 1 at '- 'iff 'sits tit 'I vw? 'Q 'gf M we . 335232 942,235 1 an- -1 D, ,M Wfaga ' ef J ' ' .asf f vga' .J .4 ,Egg fi , . 1 .,,, ' 3 il? ,Sims ' F .if B . -' ':. gs. if 23 -ef 5 .53 .W Nw ! , sv . as rg f ' 1 .ii5f..Si - 32.1, R .Q . . if M MI 'V ,fs 1. X X . . at-Q df 'S if 131 .gg H 'fs 1.1 -J. A Sam Q51 , . c 1 It ' " i,-A . wi X -:ii ft .Ss i :L- , . 5 i"""g.....e', is :QQ f' - 4 ' ---r- ' ,QM if '31 . ' ' . ,. wif' f , I f 6 1 "5 X QT? . aj. my Q 1 -1. V-,Q-: ' i 7- W. f . i . 5. ..,. ' .3. .Q nlun f I, jf . ,',, A 1 ,, 'i'- 1' . . i V i2a'f"ff ' 1 a t . .,,,., 1- rims 4 ifffiil t"it - 1 -1 ily .. - N. vw-s aw ,. r 4' rw. f- 'E' L , . . . v- '- . . Y' , Sienna .. AVS: g ,I ,if X .... s...-ii uk! i., W, .,, -CE f , . il. .,. .gk ,,., J ,I ,itwk M.. ' - - L, ...- .,.. Mechanical Engineering Lowell F. Stewart Lethbridge, Alta. Served two years in the Navy. Outside interests in- clude golf and hockey. Was offered a job with both Westinghouse and lmperial Oil. Has decided to settle for a position in the Mfg. division of Imperial Oil. George T. Tamura Kamloops, B.C. Won the Dickson Scholarship last year. George sur- veyed along the Alaska Highway last summer. Took part in interfac. debatesp played basketball for two years-1950 lunior Championship Team. Plans to work in some re- search field. John H. Tucker Winnipeg. Attended Kelvin and entered University in 1946. Worked for Dryden Pulp and Paper Mill last summer. Served three summers with C.O.T.C., previous to that with R.C.E.M.E. Sports: swimming and skiing. May possibly do post grad. work in Engineering Administration after finishing his test course with C.G.E. P. J. Waugh Winnipeg. Pete wishes to invent a perpetual motion engine from un- developed H.P. of classroom snores. He took his high school at St. Paul's and then to Toronto for a couple of years. Activities include Newman Club, bowling, skiing and golf. John J. Winship Winnipeg. Attended D.M.C.l. Five years in the Navy as anti-submarine commanding officerp claims he was made a SfLt. for naval prestige. ls happily married and his plans for the future centre around a good paying job. Page 139 I i i i l i l 1 l il Page 1.40 C. ffh Cdmefd Electrical Engineering David Liberson Winnipeg. Attended St. lohn's Tech. Served for tour years with the R.C,A.F. before entering University in 1945. Specializing in Comrnunie cations and plans to mould his future along this line. Plays "U" volley- ball. A married many collects baby bonus on both a son and a daughter. Electrical Engineering David H. McNaughton Winnipeg. Graduated from Kelvin. War-time member of the R.C.A.F. Came to University in 1945 and hopes to stay on for Post Grad. work. -Shy Grads Electrical Engineering .lohn G. McKe1vey Winnipeg. Attended High School in Ingersoll, Ont. loined the Army and spent six and a halt years in the U.K., Central Mediterranean and Western Europe. Married. Inten- tions for the future: several. Electrical Engineering Arthur Schwandt Sherridon, Man., where he attended High School. Entered University in 1945. Shoots with the "U" Rifle Club. Ambition: to retire at forty- sooner, if possible. Mechanical Engineering Francis Gordon Crofton Brandon. Entered "U" of Toronto in 1947-spent three years there in Aeronautics and came to Manitoba in 1950. Served as an officer in the l2.C.A.F. and in the Army. Member of the Institute ot Aeronautical Sciences. Favorite expression is "Have fun". May some day do post grad work. Enginee Candid O ring S Page 141 HCME ECONOMICS 'RN LJn4an'T"Prx ,ff Hun.. sf A f ' - , 4,,AA+f-f ..,.v4. ,- I . fl! . 4-Pxffi X PQ' , 'g 3' J ,,,! j' ,, A a X sf 211 X QQ I x SJ ., 1w5Vf F x W S , v A 'V rr. 1 MY- R ,W , E .Q g Awnmvm-.uf A .- --.M M 1 'mnosoms ad Vnomvmv ww una ,...N.-ff, 76 e ay . . . 3 E The BAY Congratulates the Class of '51! You, like the BAY, have a "No. 1" part to play in 1951 and the future of Canada. The BAY, with 281 years of experi- ence in Canadian commerce, Wishes you prosperity and success as you embark OI1 yOl11' CHIGGI. Remember now and throughout the XJ future, as in generations past, the BAY Is at your service- always. f' F ie' 1 'QIIBKUIIK BBQ UUIPHIIQ. moonvonxrsn an nm nero. 512:13 . if X N--,WN -5512, 1, '24 i 2 A I I I I ADMINISTRATION ' X .ix-QV 'A 5 AY l EXTEND to you congratulations on three counts. First, on nearing your goal in the preparation for further advance- ment in your chosen profession. Secondly, for your patience and forbearance during the construction period in the new Home Economics Building, and finally, for your good fortune in being able to spend at least one year in our new home. Your pre- decessors, who have been back to see it, have expressed regret that such was not their good fortune. Still, may l remind you that space and equipment is not the only thing needed to promote your advancementp you may not always find the best and latest to use in your future fields of endeavor. lmportant qualities, Page 146 in Grace Gordon Hood B.Sc., M.A. Ph.D Director, School of Home Economics which we hope we have helped you to de- velop, such as earnestness of purpose, initiative, adaptability, and willingness to experiment in a new situation will help you to succeed even though the last word in eguipment may not be available. To insure continued success or advance- ment as a homemaker or a professional home economist, the above attributes must be added to efforts such as, keeping abreast of new knowledge of subject matter in order to augment, or correct, what you already have learnedp and perfecting old, as well as learn- ing new, skills. May the future for each of you be a bright one. i l NANCY BOYD . LYN ABEL.. LORNA MORGAN. MONA BRETON PHYLLI5 MCHUGH. . . MARY MCINTOSH NANCY GEORGE Lady Stick .Vice Stick . Treasurer Senior Treasurer Home Economics Club .. .. Social Seruor Social KAY CLARK.. .. . .Athletics LILA THOMPSON. . . Advisory MARGOT CHAPMAN Publicity DOREEN LISTER. . . . . .Literary and Debating LOUISE BERGER. . Senior Echo Ed. MARG. SCHOEIELD MARGORIB OLSON Bev. SCURPIELD . JUNE FISHER AUDREY CREWSON. BARBARA CUFF MLLDRED CLARK.. CLAIRE WOODOOCR PHYLLIS LUDSON. BARBARA HERBERT LYN ABEL . . . . Senior Echo Ed. WA. Rep. .Senior U.M.S.U. .junior U.M.S.U. Brown and Cold . . 4th Tear Pres. . ..3rd Tear Pres. . . Zrid Tear Pres. lst 'Year Pres. . . F.G.C.C. .Freshie Week Con, Home Economics Council Page 147 Nancy Boyd Regina, Sask. Lady Stick, member of U.M.S.U. and W.A., 19515 Vice- Pres. class, 19485 Ec-l-lo staff, 1947- 495 Sec.-Treas., Residence House Committee, 19505 Choral Society, 1951. This live wire is most famous, however, for her Residence capers. Next year Nancy will head down East. Doreen E. Andrychuk Winnipeg. When she hasn't been busy doing mal-ze-up for the Drama Society or representing the Ec-1-lo, 1948, and F.G.C.C., 1949, she has been pursuing a General Option Course. An active Tri Delta, Doreen has done a lot of publicity work and been Rush Chairman dur- ing 1949. ls undecided as to teach- ing or doing oratory work. Betty .lo Ball Winnipeg. This Home Eccer is a member of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. Her interests seem to lie in two directions, playing intramural volley- ball and the piano. Betty was Publicity Rep. of First Year Home EC. in 1947. .loan M. Benedict Winnipeg. Graduated from St. lame's Collegiate, loan has been pursuing a dietetics course for the past few years. loan is sure to reach the top of the ladder of success soon in Hospital or Com- mercial Dietetics. Ruth Bewell Gladstone, Man. Ruth holds a Manitoba Scholarship C1948-49D and a Home Economics Student Society Scholarship 619501. Active on the S.C.M. executive for three years, as well as in curling and choir work. lntends to take up work with Childrens clubs. Margaret Blair Winnipeg. A Kelvin grad., Marge has been active in Student Relations, Choral Society and the S.C.M. A Zeta Tau Alpha member, her in- terests lie in Dietetics-a field in which were sure she will be ex- tremely proficient. Poge 148 Mary Ethelyn Abel Winnipeg. Sec.-Treas., F.G.C.C., 19505 Class Pres., 19495 Freshie Week Convenor, 19505 Debator5 hockey, 1949-515 Vice-Stick, 1951. Outside ot "U" Lyn is a swimming instructor. A certain success as either a dietitian or a housewife. Came from St. lame's Collegiate in 1947. Beth Balfour Winnipeg. The possessor of a Tri Delta Scholarship 119501, Beth is also President of Alpha Delta Pi and Brown and Gold Rep. for Fourth Year. Bowling C1947-511, acting as Advertising Manager of the Ec-Ho 119501, and doing make-up for the Glee Club f1950l seem to hold her interests. Peggy Bean Winnipeg. A former Kelvin grad., Peggy is one of the "regular" Home Ec. girls. A Pi Beta Phi with an undecided fate-but we wish you lots of luck, Peg. Louise Ingeborg Berger Nanton, Alta. This gal from Alberta is prominent in the Home EC. Council and doing a wonderful job of the Editorship of Canada's third great, the Ec-Ho. Louise has been a member of the Choral Society for four years, but her main interests lie in the Textile world. Beth Bickford The Pas, Man. This young lady led a quiet life during her "U" years. lnterfaculty curling and teaching seem to have claimed her talents, and we are sure she'll be able to cope with any situation her future pupils can produce. Virginia M. Blair Winnipeg. This athletic miss bowled with the "U" league, 1948-50, as well as giving figure skating lessons to children at the West End Memo- rial Community Club, 1948-50. Member of the Tri Delta Sorority, she hopes to soon become a Dietetic lnterne. A. Marilyn Boyle Regina, Sask. Marilyn is another of those Residence girls who is taking Home Ec., travelling from Regina. She has been active in the Choral Society and in the Residence Choir. Her main ambition is to teach. Margot Ioan Chapman Brandon, Man. A Cover Girl of the Bc-Ho 119491, member of Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternityg Publicity Rep. for Home Ec. 119511, Social Chairman of the Residence House Committee 119501, Vice-Pres. of Women's Resi- dence 119511, Co-Ushering Chair- man W.A. 119511. She is preparing for a career in Extension Work or Teaching. Kathleen Gertrude Clark Winnipeg. Activities focus mainly on athletics, although has sung for both the Glee Club and the Choral Society. On the S.C.M. executive, she has also been 1950 Vice-Pres. and 1951 Pres. of Home Ec. Ath- letics and representing the girls on the Athletic Directorate. 1-ler ambi- tion is to teach athletics. Donna I . Crawford Winnipeg. Another Kelvinite, Don- na is proud possessor of three ls- bister Scholarships 11948-501. She is the Vice-Pres. of Sigma Kappa and worked on the Telephone Directory committee of 1950. Whether to be a Foods Lab. Technician or a Nutritionist is her problem. Barbara A. Cuff Winnipeg. Barbara has taken part in the Home Ec. Varsity Varieties skit, 1949, as well as being Class Pres. for 1949 and 1950. She has also played basketball tor the Faculty. Taking Dietetics, her suc- cuessful future lies in Home Service work. Dorothy Dickey Selkirk, Man. Dorothy came to Home Ec. in 1947 on a Leonard Foundation Scholarship and has kept up her good work. Taking a Dietetic Option, she has no major interest, but, when a gal can cook as well as she can-who knows? Sylvia Campbell Fort Churchill, Man. Being 1948 Cover Girl ot the Ec-Ho is enough to introduce Sylvia. Sec. of a part of the Debating Society 119471, swam in the lnterfaculiy Gala 119471, Social Chairman for Zeta Tau Alpha, etc. 1-ler ambition is to be a Com- mercial Dietitian. Connie Christie Winnipeg. Connie came to Home Bc. in 1947 from Kelvin. This gal took part in the Glee Club, 1948, and is also a member of Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity. We know that shell make good in Extension Work. Dorothy E. Coles Winnipeg. This young lady is a grad. from Daniel Mac. She is an active member of Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority. Dot's ambition is to go into l-lospital Dietetics. M. Audrey Crewson Cornwall, Ont. An Easterner, Audrey has been taking Clothing and Textiles, a subject she some day hopes to teach. Home Ecs. Rep. on the Brown and Goldg has been active in the Student Christian Movement, Publicity Rep. and Chairman of the F.G.C.C. and a "U" Co-Chairman. She intends to take a MasIer's Degree. Barbara Claire Curlette Winnipeg. Although a Winnipegei, Barbara has spent some time in B.C. and is taking a General Course with very General Options. She has received her senior athletic played Varsity basketball and is Fourth Year Athletic Rep. Pres. ct Alpha Gamma Delta. lntends to take Extension Work. Ioan D. Eddy Togo, Sask. loan has sung in the "U" Choral Society for the past three years and has been chasing a Dietetics and Home Bc. in Business Option, but what good is the busi- ness when that ring indicates that she'll be using Dietetics in her own kitchen? Page 149 Elaine D. Ewart Regina, Sask. Elaine attended Central Collegiate lnstitute in Re- gina. A member of Alpha Delta Pi, she has danced in Home Ec. chorus lines, been a Cheerleader, a member of the Ec-Ho staff, 1951, and a Brown and Gold Rep., 1950. Another member of the 852 Club, she in- tends to marry an M.D. Carol Eyford Piney, Man. Carol has been taking a General Course and holds a Manitoba Scholarship. She par- ticipated in the Choral Society, 1950, 1950 Bowling Convenor and played volleyball, 1949 and hockey, 1950- 51. A member of Sigma Kappa Sorority. Will major in either Ex- tension Work or Teaching. Maureen E. C. Fuller Calgary, Alta. Maureen was stam- peded here in 1948 and has taken part in many 1-lome Ec, activities. She has acted as Pres. of First Year, Home Ec. ski team and Treas. of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity-a sure success in Teaching. Helen I . Guild Brandon, Man. A former Brandon Collegiate member, Helen is now taking a General Home Ec. Course. She has been active in Residence curling and has hopes of becoming a member of the famed 852 Club. Lots of luck. Shirley M. Hayden Regina, Sask. Shirley has been Scholarship Chairman of Kappa Kappa Gamma and Treas. of Pan- hellenic for 1951, as well as Student Advisory Rep., 1951, and the Ec-Ho, 1951. She also enjoys badminton. Her escapades have livened up Residence, and she was one of the famous "quartet" at the 1949 Barn Dance. A future in either Home Service or Magazine worl-1, Elaine M. Henderson Craik, Sasl-1. This gal hails from "out of the west". A well liked bowling and swimming enthusiast, Elaine is an active member of Sigma Kappa Sorority. Her ambition is to interne in Dietetics at an American hospital, preferably Chicago or Minneapolis. Page 150 Evelyn C. Elders Winnipeg. Ev, an immigrant from Port Garry, has been at "U" since 1948. An Alpha Gamma Delta member, she has been taking Tex- tiles and Education. She is sure to win many friends in her chosen fieldeExtension Service. Shirley B. Forsyth Lauder, Man. The capable Pres. of Sigma Kappa Sorority, Shirley has participated in both curling, 1947- 48, and bowling, 1948-49. Her vivacious personality and sincerity are sure keys to open the door to a successful future in Dietetics. Joyce M. E. Gordon Winnipeg. loy hails from Glenlawn Collegiate tin tar away St. Vitall. She has painted for the Drama Society and is a member of the Canterbury Club. A Tri Delta, Shirley is majoring in Dietetics. Joyce Haig Winnipeg. loyce is a Lord Selkirk grad. and is taking a General Course. Mal-ie-up Convenor for the Drama Society, l95O and a Home EC. Rep. on the F.G.C.C. A Tri Delta Sorority member, this tall blonde has a bright future in either Extension Work or Teaching. Colleen T. Henderson East End, Sask. Sports seem to have taken up a lot of Colleen's time, as she has participated in lntertaculty volleyball, 1948-505 basketball, 1948- 51 and Curling Convenor, 1951. A member of Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority, possesses all the in- gredients for a successful career in Dietetics. Margaret I. I ones Winnipeg. Marg has participated in the Choral Society and the Student Christian Movement for three and four years respectively. Any spare time is spent at the Winter Club and the rest as a S.C.M. Fort Garry Librarian. A member of Sigma Kappa, intends to be a Teacher. .loan Marilyn Kanchier Winnipeg. Ioan is St. Iohn's Tech's. gift to Home Ec. When she is not acting as Vice-Pres. of Gamma Rho Kappa, she is busy pursuing a Dietetic Option. Past Sec. of Gamma Rho Kappa, 1950, loan is a member of Sigma Kappa Sorority. Another Dietitian. Anne Kartushyn Popiarfield, Man. Anne has been active in both the Gamma Rho Kappa and Varsity Views. Possesses four Scholarships!-a Manitoba, The Ukrainian Women's Dominion Ex- ecutive, The Home Economic Stu- dent's Council and a Mclntyre. Also bowled. A sure success in Extension Service Work. Doreen S. Lister Winnipeg. This young lady former- ly attended Kelvin. She has been a Dramatic and Debating Rep. during 1951, and has also clone some lnter- faculty curling. Doreen hopes to teach Home Ec. in a High School. Marilyn Lunney Winnipeg. Originally from Gordon Bell, Marilyn has been taking an Education Gption. She has at- tended the Choral Society for two years and is a S.C.M. Rep. She has also been Sec.-Treas. 119491 and Vice-Pres. H9511 of the lnterfaith Council. Audrey M. Mahon Winnipeg. Audrey has progressive- ly been working towards her position as able Pres. of the W.A., Pres. of her class, 19475 W.A. Rep., 1948 and lunior U.M.S.U. Rep., 1950. This year, the culmination of her Uni- versity career, she has proven that the fairer sex is as capable as their opposites. Will continue her suc- cess in the fie1d of Hospital Dietetics. Carolyn McKibbin Winnipeg. President of Alpha Phi Beta Eta Chapter, Carolyn has also been wardrobe mistress 1951 and on the wardrobe staff of the Glee Club for two years. She also dabbied in painting on faces and cardboardg debated and helped produce Home Ec. fioats. Her ambition is Home Service Work, or become one of the 85575. if-Q 'Ek W' jk, Q BQ. nt. P -. .u .n .Q l'Y 'Y itff . .pain . .,p .. ii? -A -at ii. u a . . N - 4 .. , . v 1 . . .4 1 1- Q... vit., .i 4 . 1 . -. . v 1 .. . if 1 , ...n --- 15.4 ,,. 4- .,, f. 4 .tv . 4 ,a . 1 4 .- . .. ,, 0 x . -S-, . -' i -. .:: 1 . , A. . K ,,: ., J-. .. Wi.. uvlil. if-, . uit. Barbara A. Herbert Winnipeg. Spent 1949-50 studying at the University of Hawaii. A mem- ber of Kappa Kappa Gamma, parti- cipated in many Home Ec. activities, such as, the Council, 1951, the Freshie Parade Committee, 1951 and the Co-Ed. Chorus line, 19495 de- bating, also been Sec. of the F.G.C.C., 1951. lntends to look after children in Welfare Work. Verna G. Kempthorne Boissevain, Man. Another future Extension Service Worker or Teacher, Verna has also been active in the S.C.M. for three years, being Secretary in 1951. She has also participated in both residence choir and curling. Verna has two Scholar- ships--The National Council of lewish Women, 1949 and the Women's Institute. Nadia Krawchuk Winnipeg. Another St. 1ohn's Tech. grad., Nadia is a bowling enthusiast. Pursuing a Textiles Option, she is sure to be a success as either a Textile Research Worker or a Textile Tester. Heres hoping you succeed, Nadia. Beverley A. Lyne Winnipeg. This Lord Selkirk grad. has been taking a General Course with emphasis on Education, and has been doing make-up in the Drama Society in between for four years. A member of Tri Delta Sorority, Bev has her eye on Teaching. Phyllis I. McHugh Winnipeg. Another girl whose interests 1ie in Dietetics. Phyllis hails from Gordon Bell. She has been Second Year Literary Rep., Third Year Vice-Pres. and Fourth Year Pres. of the Home Economics Club. Mary Catherine McIntosh Lac Du Bonnet, Man. Mary has had an active time in Home Ec. She seems to like Society and has, for the past two years, been both lunior and Senior Social Chairman of the Home Ec. Council. A member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, she is interested in Teaching. Page 151 Gladys C. McLean Reston, Man. Gladys is an accom- plished bowler and also curls. Among her activities are the Choral Society, 1949-50, and being ad- vertising manager of the Ec-1-lo, 1951. intends to go into either Extension Work or Teaching. Irene Michalski Transcona, Man. An eager Choral Society and Glee Club member, Irene has participated in these groups for the four years that she has been in Home Ec. A Transcona Collegiate grad., Irene has prepared herself for a career in Home Economy. Lorna M. Morgan Winnipeg. A member of the S.C.M., a Rep. on the National Council, 1948-49, and Chairman l195ll of the Public Relationsg 1950 Chairman of Extensions Committee, also lr. and Sr. Treas. for the Faculty, 1949 and 1950 respectively. Played Interfaculty volleyball. Lorna will work in Home Service. Christine Mary Newman Selkirk, Man. Chris began as a Varsity basketball player in 1947, and then went through Faculty basketball, volleyball, hockey and finally became Sec. of the Ski Club in 1950. She is a Gamma Phi Beta member and is very interested in Medical Technology in either Min- neapolis or Montreal. Patricia Gwen Norris Brandon, Man. Pat belonged to the Choral Society, 1949-50, and the Council of Trinity B.V.D.V. for two years. As well as being a Sigma Kappa member, she has participated in the Rifle Club, bowling and volley- ball. Her main interest, however, lies in Teaching or Extension Work. Elizabeth Natalie Olynyk Winnipeg. Elizabeth is one of the more quiet members of the Faculty, coming to us from Isaac Newton in 1947. A member of the Alpha Omega Society, she has been Pro- gramme Chairman for 1951. I-ler aim-Dietetics. Page 152 Audrey B. McManus Winnipeg. A girl from Kelvin, Audrey has done costuming for the Glee Club, 1950-51, and work for the Home Ec. Varsity Varieties skit, 1950, as well as being a member of the Home Economics Club, 1951. Her ambition is to enter a hospital as a student Dietitian. Marion R. Miller Winnipeg. A member of Alpha Phi Sorority, Marion has been on the Extension Committee of the Public Relations 09505, as well as acted as Home Ec. Rep. on the Drama and Debating Societies 119511. Pursuing a Dietetics Option, Marion will be- come a Hospital Dietitian. Margaret I. Morton Regina, Sask. A curling, swimming and tennis enthusiast, this Scott Collegiate grad. has had many a Residence escapade. Although un- decided what to do with herself after graduation, we're confident that Marg is capable of looking after herself. Kathleen R. Murray Grande Prairie, Alta. Even though she likes curling, Kathleen says she doesn't like Manitoba weather. That is probably why she spends so much time bowling indoors. She plans to do either Dietetics or Teaching in warm "Alberta". Shirley Olson Winnipeg. "To be a Dietitian is ever my want" is Shirley's theme song. A Gordon Bell grad. who came to us in 1947, Shirley is a Tri Delta member, bent on proving that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. Annette K. Paterson Winnipeg. Graduated from D.M.- C.1. in 1946. Annette is well liked by those who know her quiet, friendly manner. A willing helper and a true friend in need, she is assured of an extremely successful life in Dietetics. Janet C. Paul Winnipeg. This young lady is Vice- Pres. of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority. Interested in doing work in the United States, 1anet's energy and enthusiasm will enable her to readily achieve her goal. Louise M. Plummer Winnipeg. Louise graduated from Gordon Bell in 1946. A member of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity, Louise is an- other 1-lome Eccer interested in Dietetics or any foods branch. Betty I . Purves Winnipeg. Betty is a Gordon Bell grad. who has been taking a General Course in Home Ec. She likes to play volleyball, and is an active member ot Alpha Delta Pi. Her future is torn between Teaching and Textile Lab. Work. Patricia M. Reid Winnipeg. Pres., Zeta Tau Alpha, 19513 Awards Chairman U.M.S.U., 19505 Make-up, Stage Society, 1946- 485 Sec., Debating Union, 19485 Sec., Public Relations, 19495 posters for Publicity Committee "Canadian Capers", 19505 Home Ec. Manitoban Rep., 19513 Chairman Student Rela- tions Committee, 1950g P.R. Inter- viewer, 1949, etc. What, no athletics? Pauline Rilkoff Kamsack, Sask. This young lady tells us that she is, and we quote, "greatly interested in Commercial Demonstrating", unguote. We pre- dict that her pleasing personality, coupled with her good nature, will net this Kamsack miss all the success she hopes to attain. Rowena Rubinfeld Winnipeg. Entering Home Ec. from St. 1ohn's Tech., Rowena has been an enthusiastic member of the Hillel Choir and of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Possesses a tlair for Dietetics. . 1? wg .1 ...yt . .5 ..- . N-5 I -Q-vm mn 'Q' EQ? Kathryn Peters Winnipeg. Another femme from far away Elmwood, Kay has worked on the Drama Society make-up Corn- mittee for the past two years. She also bowls. Everything points to a successful career in Dietetics. Gwen Popp Winnipeg. Gwen is interested in debating and the Glee Club. A Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity member, she says her ambition is to teach and we know that this Kelvin grad. will succeed. I une Luella Rabe Alexander, Man. A "U" Choral Society for three years and an ardent debator, 1951, lune has also been on the Ec-Ho advertising staff, 1951, the Residence curling team and Sec. of the Residence church C195l1. Tak- ing a General Option Course, she intends to do Extension Work with the boys' and girls' clubs. Lillian Margolis tnee Radmant Winnipeg. Lillian was married on Sept. 10th, 1950. She has taken part in the "U" Choral Society for two years, and intends to be a Home Economist in a food company. Loads of luck and happiness, Lill. Muriel Eleanor Rodgers Winnipeg. Muriel came to Home Ec. from Daniel Mac in 1947. The 1949 Treas. of Tri Delta Sorority, she is also Senior Rep. for Panhellenic t19501. Muriel closed off her final year in the position of Fourth Year Vice-Pres. Patricia Ann Russell The Pas, Man. 1950's beautiful basketball queen, Pat is one of the vivacious beauties who adorns the halls ofthe Women's Residence. On the House Committee and an Alpha Delta Pi member, she will enter either Extension Work or Teaching. Page 153 Myrna A. Ryan Foxwtirren, Man. Entering bowling, curling and hockey, she also is on the F.G.C.C. sub-committee ani belonged to the "U" Choral Society, 1950. Her main outside activity is training with the Winnipeg Ballet. Will enter Fxtension Work or Home Service Work. Beverley M. Scurfield Winnipeg. Bev is Senior U.M,S.U. Rep., she was Chairman for the W.A, Sponsoring Committee, 19505 the 1951 Fort Garry Chairman ol S.C.M. and member of the Glee Club, 15348-50. She is First Year ping pong champ and was the Faculty Athletic Rep., 1947-49. Bev has designs on Extension Work or Nutritioning. Alta Siemens Edmonton, Alta. An Alpha Delta Pi active, this gal has been tal-:ing a General Course in between working on the Ec-1-lo staff. Her wide knowledge and interest in everyone and everything will carry her far along any road she chooses to follow. Michael Sirjy Flin Flon, Man. Home Ec's proud male grad., and a brave one, tooe Sorry girls, he's married and has a cute daughter. A former wireless operator in the R.C.N.V.R., Mike is Treas. of the Alpha Omega Society. He took the big step to aid him in his dry cleaning business. Helen Stewart Rivers, Man. Sally has floated through her course on a Cora 1-lind Scholarship. lnterested in almost all sports, her favorites seem to be fastball and swimming, as well as volleyball and curling. She is on the debating team, ls headed for a "Little red schoolhouse". Doris E. Walton Gilbert Plains, Man. Doris has traipsed Manitoba from end to end, collecting an lsbister f1947l and a Manitoba Brewers' and Hotel- keepers' Association Scholarships C1947-5Ol. An lnterfaculty bowler, Doris hopes to enter a Western hospital 'as an interne, then work at Dietetics until the B5'Q Club beck- ons. Page 154 is ttf tt A' .W : 4 ?,,zi,,,g2, lg, i-, Q17 "Huff ws' it ,.?': g. "EF 1 -kv www :gg 1, 22? .lg Qui, '-mei' 1 5 ,.4 . ea., ,.-. zhtd. 1-fy s i' 4--, .Hy I -1 . ls- ni ws. ' gin -.. . 1152 Royce Sanderson Binscarth, Man. Sport has always held an avid interest for Royce, as she was an ardent bowler, 1949-515 hockey player, 1951, and curler, 1948-51. Although a Manitoban, Royce has her eye on Dietetics down East. Shirley M. Shingleton Winnipeg. Shirley is a debator and a top student, possessing a Mani- toba Brewers' and Hotelkeepers' Association Scholarship for First, Second and Third Year. A Pi Beta Phi Scholarship for Third Year and a Gamma Phi Beta Scholarship for Fourth Year. This Canterbury Club- ber intends to Teach. Patricia Ann Simpson Gretna, Man. A Glenlawn Col- legiate grad. who is now a per- manent resident of St. Vital. Pat has faithfully participated in the "U" bowling league for several years. She is a member of the Tri Delta Sorority and her ambition is Teach- ing. Constance M. Smith Boissevain, Man. Connie came from Boissevain Collegiate Institute in 1947. When she wasn't working at Clothing and Crafts she was busy for three years on the S.C.M. ex- ecutive, the Residence Choir, 1947- 51, and curling. Will follow either Extension Work or Teaching. Jean Isobel Thomson Pense, Sask, lean is the Pres. of Women's Residence for 1951. An enthusiastic worker with a per- sonality nothing short of terrific, she has finally decided to do Exten- sion Work with girls' or Women's clubs. Lyla Thomson Dorothy M. Wilson Gladstone, Man. Dot is interested in being either a Dietitian or teaching Handicrafts. Formerly from Glad- stone, she has been enthusiastic in her work on the Ec-Ho Advertising Committee, as well as having curled, bowled and played hockey. Winnifred E. Wolstencroft Dahinda, Sask. Winnifred formerly spent three years in the R.C.A.F. possessing the rank of LAW. She has resolved to take up Dietetics, a career in which she seems well suited. Claire E. Warren Winnipeg. Claire has been busy taking a Dietetics Option in between being Social Rep., 1949, 19515 a member ot the Ec-Ho staff, 1950-515 Home Ec. swimming team three years: swimming Convenor, 1951, and cn the Ski Club Social Com- mittee, 195O. A member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority. Beverley E. Young Kamloops, B.C. Bev is an Alpha Delta Pi Sorority member, and has done a lot ot gocd work on the Ec- Ho Advertising Committee. A former St. 1ame's Collegiate grad., she has taken an interest in Dietetics. Page 155 IT might be thought that there would be some difficulty in finding a message with a note of freshness and spontaneity for each succeeding graduating class of the University. Perhaps this was the case in those distant years before the war of 1914, but at the be- ginning of this new half century when history is in full flood there are many ideas which clamour for expression. None of us can prophesy with certainty the events of the immediate future, but we are all fully aware that the world pattern being un- folded before our eyes is one which will affect every one of us in a dynamic Way. No one can escape. It is not by chance that in addition to the usual subjects of the curriculum other subjects are slowly being introduced. Slavic Studies, Modern Hebrew, Icelandic Language and Literature are now offered, Chinese probably will be soon offered in the Evening Institute. The Department of Government is changing its name to Political Science and International Affairs. Practical Art has been introduced and a new approach to the courses which Page 12 I The President Dr. Il. H. S. Gillson lead to a General Degree in Arts and Science has been accepted by the Senate of the Uni- versity. This all indicates that the University is aware of the flood tide in events and is endeavouring to provide leadership to our under-graduates and graduates alike, men and women who in turn must provide the strong leadership in all fields of endeavour which our country now so urgently needs. I hope that you will remember your Alma Mater with deep affection, that you will often think of the unswerving loyalty of your teachers to the high ideals for which the University stands. I hope that you Will be active in supporting your University, not by lip service, but by taking a strong and con- tinuing interest in its policy and its develop- ment, so that your University will be able, because of the strength of your support and continuing interest, to give successfully and completely the leadership which only a University can offer. In the name of the University I Wish you a fruitful life packed with responsibility and backed by conviction and courage. -2 M x. :pf ' Home Economics Candids Ki, J nf ' f s g U55 Chappell, . Guy, Wilson 6? Hall Brzrrfslvrs, So11'c1'lors, Elf. R. IJ. GUY. K.C. C. W. CHAPPELL. K.C. R. D. GUY, Jr. JAS. E. VVILSON G. C. HALL Electric Railway Chambers WINNIPEG ' - MANITOBA FH R.I 8 W t i AIKINS, MacAULAY, THOMPSON ' 'We' ' 'ZY a 50" l TRITSCHLER s. HINCH BfLl'?"I:Sf6I'S QQ Solicitors Barrister-S, Etc. Lau' Oflivrs: 9-II SOPIIFISR1 Bzulzlfllg, ll'I'lIl11'f7f',C. Clllllltlll W- P- FILLMORE. K-C SIR JAMES AIKINS, K.C., LL.D., 11879-1929i E HAROLD J. RILEY, K.C. G. H. Aikins. K.C.' J. A. NlqcAulay, lgc. l we DOUGLAS WATSON- KC- Q: Qf.L'?1r:.S:,2n- 'X-O 8: i2.E2'J3il2Li2' "0 C- W- FILLMORE S: E34.'Za3.S55"'1 B: 315553221 R. K. Williams 303 National Trust Bldg., 250 Portage Ave. cubic Address - -HAIKINSH IF Cleaners-- YOU'fC ' DY2fS-- Wise I Furriers Youfll . Ouinfonize .V Phone 42 361 q?i,. Page 157 Q' ll' '1""1uv V 4 - '4 sb 5 I 4 -In 35.4 . ------aa: .- Pdgg '1?58 -Qi f - Q , LA '4 Q 0 - ' af' ' 11 xv. :TH ' .rl O V, ,I .fi 4 ,o1uf'3I-fl -..n i E I All wl .,..,-, .- , ll ,nun y Rav-if is wi wgwfcfo gy T' im .1 , 30855 r-ny, M Q 1 . .-i 'Q H 'EN f 2 f Q .. y ,nf ii f 33? , ,f fi f A -ff Q fi 'Q A I Z ' i i s QQ 1,19 ,gl .Q ,f Q 1 .,,. Z sg, tj -unsung 1 E 'ms ' L 'Q F 1 'S A aww 2 .1 3, 1 if i 3, f , fi! if E31 ff . 1 E N is R512 ,f:A,A 5 f 035 N Q Z 'ggi Vx ,Ma 5 an . ,Xf V x. Y i M a Risk' Q? 485 ,X 235: 'N f I 1-' 1 Q Q33 -n jUST WHAT the ideal dean slgculd say to the average graduate, I have been trying for six years to discover. My search has proved as fruitless as the search for the elusive "ratio decidendi". Perhaps it is because I am certainly not the ideal dean, and you are, of course, not merely the average graduate. I will not attempt to advise. For what advice could I without impertinence give, that has not already been given by more capable counsellors. May I, however, remind you while you are still on the threshold of your chosen field of study that there perhaps more than in any other field Pope's words should be heeded: "A little learning is a dangerous thing Drink deep or taste not the Pierian spring Page I6O I I G. P. R. Tallin K.C., B.A., LLB. Dean of Law School There shallow draughts intoxicate the brain And drinking largely sobers us again." I congratulate you, to whom the term "graduate" may prove to be appropriate, that you have achieved an intermediate goal, have acguired at least a minimum of equip- ment for the pursuit of what further aims you may have set for yourselves. I congratulate you, too, that you are beginning your service in times when the need for men of wisdom, courage, integrity and learning has never been greater. I hope and believe that you will acquit your- selves with honour and distinction. Your happiness and success must depend in large measure on your own efforts, yet none the less I wish you Goodbye not merely in the conventional but in the real sense of the word. HAROLD GYLES WYNN NORTON BOB MCKAT' . .. MANLY ISRAELS HAROLD MARTIN BTLL NORRTE , , JOE O.SULLIVAN PETER MORSE . JOHN DONOVAN STERLING LYON., WYNN NORTON . Preszdent , , VicefPresident . Secretary Socml Rep. . Sports Rep. , President Of lst yr. Pfesident of 2nd yv. .. President of 31d yr. Senior U.M.S.U. Rep. jumof U.M.S.U, Rep. ,, ,, Brown G9 Gold law Council Page 161 Harold Folliott Gyles Winnipeg, Man. A graduate of Kelvin, Harold is a past president of the Winnipeg Chapter ot the Delta Upsulon Fraternity and the immediate past president of the Manitoba Law Students Association. Future plans, Gyles and Gyles, tMr. and Mrsl and Gyles and Gyles Cbarristers and Solicitorsl. Alphonse Beaupre Very easy to know and with a like- able and generous nature. Alph married an English girl while over' seas with the R.C.A.F. during the war and is now the proud father of three boys. He plans to practice law in Winnipeg. James T. Bourke Ex R.C.A.F. man "Tall lim" is blessed with the blarney. Can always be relied upon to deliver a yoke, funny or otherwisep St. lames will feel his influence in the years to come. Hugh Windsor Cooper Winnipeg, Man. Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. Navy 1940-46, United 1946-48, Law 1948-51. Married to a girl both charming and beautiful. A logical and omniscient mind. Uses the Socratic method in argument. A personable young man with a bright future. An Honours student in law and active in U.M.S.U. circles. John O. Donovan Popular student and orator. Bidding his army commission farewell, lohn launched on a university career to set a scholastic record by completing four years each of Arts and Law from lanuary 1946 to April 1951. Now Sr. U.M.S.U. Rep. he is well known for his leadership in extra- curricular work and athletics. Julius Glowacki A versatile character who excels not only in the legal field but is quite adept with a brush. The proof of this can be seen in some of Winni- peg's finer homes. A Naval Veteran with North Atlantic Service. He intends to practice law in Winnipeg. Page 162 Frank Dennison Allen Virden, Man. Born and schooled at Virden. Unusual combination of red hair and no temper. Member of Phi Kappa Pi Fraternity. Plans on practicing law and keeping the girls happy, not necessarily in that order. Gordon Barkman Steinbach, Man. Graduate of Stein- bath Collegiate. A good sport on and off the field-an army veteran. Gord has two ambitions, first is to graduate in law, and second is to raise a family. May he succeed in both. Don Burgess Always has a law book in his hand other kinds in his brief case. Claims to be uninterested in women. Don also thinks he's a curler but seems to be the only one having that opinion. Gets by in his law course remarkably well with little effort. Fears pro- liibition. Wilf Cardin Wilt is our candid camera expert. Buys and sells '50 Pontiacs. Married with two little ones. His sole claim to fame is one picture published in Life and Saturday Evening Post. For some peculiar reason has never had any trouble with Touts or Evidence. Arnold Facey Boissevain, Man. A very eligible bachelor from Boissevain, Manitoba! Arnold is a quiet sincere chap who saw service with the R.C.A.F. during the 2nd World War, and graduated from United College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1948. Paul C. Gold Winnipeg, Man. Graduate of St. lohn's High School. Received B.A. in l947. He is an honours student in law. ln 1947 Assistant of Musical Programs U.M.S.U. and 1948 Chair- man of Publicity, U.M.S.U. In 1950 he was elected President of the North Winnipeg Young Liberal Association and the Provincial Treas- urer of the Manitoba Young Liberals. Dennis W. Hayes A family man, has proven to all that a smile is always an introduction to lasting friendship. There is no doubt that Dennis will be a great success in the profession. Y. Henteleff Winnipeg. Agricu1ture's graduate contribution to the Law Faculty: has been active on U.M.S.U. in the capacities of Publicity and Elections Chairman in 1949. Past Vice-Pres. of the Hillel Foundation this year. Member of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. An ardent curler. Harold "Bud" K. Irving Envied for his fierce competitive spirit, courage and zeal. Bud's sincere, aggressive attitude makes him unanimous choice for classmate most likely to succeed. Believed to have considered university as sanctuary from clamouring ladies but not adequate protection from one who will lead Bud down the aisle very soon. John G. Karasivich Oakburn, Man. Attended Oakburn High School. In 1930 completed second year Arts at University of Manitoba. Spent seven years as land appraiser with Manitoba Re- habilitation Commission. In 1940 enlisted with R.W.R., served over- seas with Captain's rank. Entered first year law in 1948. Married in 1935. Has wife and three children. Veteran's organizations take up his spare time. M. Martin Winston E. Norton Charming, friendly and popular- well remembered by the many committees with which he has been connected in Arts and Law. Vice- President of M.1...S.A. and foremost among faculty debaters-returned from wartime airforce service to a successful university career. N, ...T fiftgism MZ' Colin C. Henderson A good student and enthusiastic about his work in law, Colin is an honest and sincere person. He has the qualities that make for success in the legal profession and should go a long way. A. A. Hirschfield "Ozzie" is our perennially cheerful budding Leibowitz. Likes his wine and food strong, his women fairly weak. As the latter sometimes tell him, he should go far. Seldom at a loss for an answer, Ozzie loves a good argument. Ernest Gothard Iohnson Winnipeg, Man. Studious, scholarly and active in community life, he is the only consistent dissenting ludge of the Moot Court of Appeal. The father of two childrenAhe believes that polygamy is an essential condition of societyefor others. Harold T. Martin Winnipeg, Man. Our handsome and versatile athletic director. A product of East Kildonan Collegiate and St. 1ohn's Tech. Possesses pronounced organizational ability. He numbers among his assets a beautiful wife and an abounding confidence in a successful future. Robert M. McKay Swan River, Man. Received his pre-legal education in the class- rooms of United College from which he emerged with a degree in Arts in 1948. Secretary of the Law Students Association-active in a wide range of extra-curricular activities which include rugby, curling and hockey. Cam Millar A fine fellow, good sport and a serious-minded student. One of Manitoba's better young golfers, a member of the Dominion Champion Monarch Hockey Club in 1945 and of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 1949 and 1950. 1950-elected presi- dent of his fraternity, Sigma Lambda Phi. Page 163 Gordon E. Pilkey A married veteran, Gord came to Law from Daniel lvlaclntyre. Royal Canadian Navy and United College, BA. '48, A guiet and reserved nature does little to hide his subtle wit. Gords attitude toward life is a combination of those of lvfohandus Ghandi and l. P. Morgan. Clarence E. Riach Contrary to the popular theory, Clarence has combined active parti- cipation in every field of faculty athletics, with a top scholastic record. Clarence's convenorship is synonomous with success. Thinks he'd prefer practicing in a less populated area. Charles G. Smith One of the University's most accom- plished debaters. Three times a McGoun Cup debater. President, Debating Union 1949-505 inter- faculty debating champion in his pre-law yearg premier Broadway Mock Parliamentp News Editor of of "Canada's Other Great" in 1946. Tau Delta Phi Fraternity. Heir apparent to Clarence Darrow. Morton A. Slusky Winnipeg, Man. Ex-Navy, married, drives a new Studebaker and every morning runs a jitney service to Salisbury House for coffee. Through- out lectures his favorite comment is, "This is silly, we should be out making money." The legal pro- fession will be enriched by an aggressive, forthright, and very promising young man. Percy Raymond Stapley Percy entered University in 1944 and completed his Arts Degree at United College. An honour student in Law, his favorite sports are soccer, skiing, track and field and girls. Percy held position of Presi- dent of Athletics at United. His aim for the future is to make money. I. F. Reeh Taylor England's contribution to our hal- lowed halls, Reeh Cprcnounced Rayl is a Navy type who has exchanged sweeping the seas for the less hazardous task of sweeping the kitchen. Has the faculty of stumping the lecturers, the class and himself with pertinent questions. Poge 164 John T. Moyles Wolseley, Sask. Was overseas with the R.C.A.F. for five years and still finds time to attend C.O.T.C. regularly. ls often seen escorting his wife to gay parties. He is all set to hang up that shingle in a Manitoba town. James Simpson Winnipeg, Man. lim is an Air Force veteran whose friendly dis- position has won him a high popularity rating among his fellow law students. He is happily married, is a bridge enthusiast thas won several tournament prizesl. His future plans are not definite, but lim has the qualities which assure his future success. Sidney I oel Spivak Winnipeg, Man. Completed 2nd year Arts Manitoba University, winning the B'nai Brith Scholarship. An honours student in law, Sid won the lsbister Scholarship, National Trust, and Carswell prizes in 3rd year. Extra-curricular activities- President of Hillel and leader in Faith Councils in Winnipeg. Louis I . Stack Calgary, Alberta. This proud native of Calgary came to us by way of Queen's University following a stint with the Canadian Army. He has the appearance and personality of one not easily perturbed, the unfailing lrish tendencies, will rally in short notice when the occasion arises. Malcom H. Stanbridge Quiet and reserved, but can be a man of action when the occasion demands. Favors the classics in music, and the country life. Con- siders himself an enlightened Con- servative. Hopes to practice on his own hook some day. W. Troughton make him a favorite with everyone. f A .tif . ... An ardent sportsmang with a keen 1, - . . . . . .pf fp sense of res onsibilit in his com- .4 i -' ' A T' if fwfiwfstmfwtxlfintmfziwf "'?t!i?"?'l5Y' 'ISF' .r ff? Robert A. Wall , Q Eligible bachelor and ex-navy man. in A . Bob's easy and unassuming manners . ' ' ,I X. 3 P Y fi., qv munity mark him as a worthy Wall! member of his profession. digg' as -T .,..,,?, it qc A--,. , ...V .,,. g -Y ' i Daniel Abraham Yanofsky . Winnipeg, Man. Scholarship type- - chess master. A "note" worthy ' r' character according to lst and 2nd year students. Active in Hillel and ' campus life. Argumentive-the only law student the Court of Appeal fy- can't overrule! " ' " . , . .- --- r-. ,fr -, ., Q Anthony Iohn Yaremovich ...J ' Received his education in Saskatche- ' ' '- wan including his training for the teaching profession. Discharged from the army in l946, he returned to Europe to participate in Welfare and lmmigration work with Dis- placed Persons in the British zone of Germany. Returned to Canada in l948. A modest and friendly person. Douglas C. Calder Personable, popular import from the east, a veteran of the R.C.A.F. fpilotl, holds a B.A. from the Univer- sity of Toronto. Likes everything about the west except the weather. Future locale uncertain-future suc- cess assured. Lawrence Gillis One of our perennial bulwarks in the field of athletics as a tennis semi-finalist and golf enthusiast. Overseas naval experience, and an active participation in all branches of public speaking, are among the many items in his record. X X. Ama ' F3593 vs 9' t .I Camera-Shy Grads Edward Finch Ed is an iron willed individual with a strong sense of responsibility. He has the keen analytical mind that should make for success in the legal profession. Has secondary interests in literary fields. Wilf Gillis The most carefree individualist ever to mystify legal lecturers, Wilf has proven himself capable of assimilat- ing vast quantities of knowledge in a few hours. Wartime naval service, and a splendid athletic record, are items he managed to acquire when he wasn't reading, may even take more time off in the future to practice law. .lames Mathew Killey Winnipeg, Man. High School, Gordon Bell and after two years service with the Navy, the Manitoba Technical Institute. A past presi- dent of the Tau Sigma Rho Chapter of Phi Kappa Pi Fraternity, Big lim, plans for the future are to stay single and get rich. Robert Edmond Trudel A native of Norwood and a veteran, Bob excells in French comedy both on and off the stage. A brilliant future for Robert in the political field as well as in his chosen profession is predicted. Avec mes meilleurs voeux de succes. Ross I . Williamson Belmont, Man. Attended Belmont High School and has his B.A. from Manitoba. An Air Force Veteran, hunter and curler and good sports- man. Believing all things possible, he intends to practice law and accumulate a fortune. Wilfred Finch A studious fellow who has no love for the city and its highly competitive spirit. Wilt has a logical approach to all problems. Always a champion of physical fitness and active partici- pation in sports, his versatility will be an asset to his community. Fred Heap Naval Veteran and active in Naval Reserve, debater and ballet dancer. Fred is the prime example of how to get through Law School with a minimum attendance at classes. He will soon become the lunior Member of the new firm Heap and Heap. Page l 65 The Chancellor Mr. Justice A. K. Dysart IN complying with your request for some message from me, I first desire to con- gratulate the student body on their enterprise in establishing the new and splendid quarters for their activities. The new Students' Union Building should enable the students, present and future, to develop fully in those things which lie outside the class-rooms. At the same time, I venture to remind all students of the danger of devoting too much time to extra-curricula activities. The chief purpose of attending a University is to acquire those things which the University alone can give-the essentials of a broad, Well-grounded education as a basis of future development. An academic degree is the certificate that such an education has been obtained. Every student, in his own interest, should give emphasis to that main purpose and sub- ordinate to it all other interests and activities while he is in College. Many of the ad- vantages derivable from these extra-curricula activities can be obtained after graduation practically as Well as before and ought to be deferred until later, or kept within such bounds as will not interfere with success in studies. lt is a matter of deep concern and regret that so many failures in examinations are traceable to the diverting of interests from the substance to the shadow, and many a promising student has ruined his prospects for life by such diversion. In all things of life the cardinal rule is to keep one's affairs in proper perspective: "With all thy getting, get understanding!" Page I3 MEDICINE N TO BUY A FINE WATCH FROM A A' '79 "Zvi Wy TM siffl-"ze-fe' ifg NOW IS THE TIME fieerie JOHNSON - HUTCHINSON - Jewellers ' r or qm es' ,EE -f 'ffeadquarfe s f F ous Watch ' ' i' fe T - 1 - - f j A 1 E f i -I l f -,JF-r , ,I -, A. gy X, Q ' 43 ? . mf'f:e QQ. f 5 f Aeirsx "?9gq0..'? : xl jf ' A, YW V f "'i,5wYgjii , 3 5 1 XI: gg? .i -11 1 I, :. 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E R S 286 Portage Avenue LTD. cow- P Q 169 vxAA,v,x f- 2- f- .ruff Z' Sy I I .. , V . -:,.:,,,-jx: , .Q 2 f':"r:1:1s't ,, ,vw in "sm ' 3 1.. G. neu M.D.. M.R.C.P. lLondonl, F.H.C.P. fcanadal Dean of the Faculty of Medicine greg ff ' T GRADUATION you may experience that exhilarating feeling of having reached your goal. Actually, you are entering the second phase of your medical education, during which you will not cast aside your books, but will supplement what you have been taught by the richer learning of ex- perience, Testing your knowledge in prac- tice is frequently a humbling experience and always an ennobling one, because you must Page l7O bring to bear all the sympathy and humanity at your command. ln this new phase of your medical life we wish you success and the kind of satisfaction which can only result from hard work and critical study. We of the faculty will always stand ready to advise you or assist you wherever we can, and we hope that you will all keep us informed about your future careers. Harry Little Dauphin, Man. Popular President of the M.M.S.A. Confounded a powerful political machine by writ- ing his own election speech. The medical profession is still chuckling over his recent article "Should ln- ternes be Fed?" Former R.C.A,F. F.lO. Married. Future: G.P. Elsie Barr Elkhorn, Man. Took her High School by correspondence course. Dr. David Stewart Memorial Scholar- ship. Spent three summers in the Anatomy Departmentethe Kinsey of the Hamsters. Future: Rural G.P. Cnear Stonewall, perhapsl. Noel Arnold Book Winnipeg. Practically swung an election without uttering a worde the only time he was silent. Wields a mean tennis racquet tex college champl. Future: Internal medicine. C. Ronald Bradford Winnipeg. Shines in most sports: former Athletic Chairman and Class Pres. Very popular-a former Flight Lieut., he was awarded the D.F.C. for his work in southeast Asia. Married and has a daughter. Future: G.P. Morris Edwin Burke Winnipeg. Makes himself as incon- spicuous as possible. Had difficulty taking histories from Indian patients, so wrote a medical dictionary in Cree. Lieut. Rich Memorial Scholar- ship in Pre-Med. Plans a senior internship, then G.P. Helen C. Cameron Deserves a lot of credit. After graduating as a nurse she decided to take up medicine. Will probably marry a dignified looking member of the class, but won't have to change her initials. Future: Paediatrics. Clifford S. Amundson Selkirk, Man. Didn't move to Winni- peg until internship, and did a good portion of his studying while com' muting. Will be a prize catch for some lucky gal. Future-G.P. James Henry Battershill Winnipeg. Entered "U" in 1941- served time with the Navy. One of our better hockey players. Frat: Theta Kappa Psi. Future: unde- cided. Harold Bookbinder Winnipeg. Great organizer and perennial Social Convenor. 'Tis said Harold could squeeze 35.00 from a staff patient for an internes' brawl. As an Army Captain he was awarded the M.C. in the Italian campaign. Future: Obs. and Gyn. Earl S. Bryngelson Elrose, Sask. Brilliant honor stu- dent. Earl is generally considered to be the ideal interne. Got married some time in Fourth Year. Future intentions: G.P. in group practice. Charles M. Burns Winnipeg. lnseparable companion of Campbell and Lillington. In- terested in hockey, soccer, tennis and a certain pretty brunette. Frat: Zeta Psi. Future: Post grad. in Surgery, no doubt. Harvey Chochinov Winnipeg. Wore a necktie for the first time in Third Year. A good basketball player-married in 1949. Page 171 Gordon A. Chunn Winnipeg. Quiet and unassuming finterested in most athletics, Ex PKG. in the R.C.A.F. and spent two years in England. Frat: Theta Kappa Psi. Future: G.P. Harold N. Colburn Can't be missed in a crowd-one ot the vets who took Pre-Med. at Fort Garry. Married. Kenneth R. Crawley A good tennis player and bowler. Another R.C.A.F. officer. Presently interning at Grace Hospital, where he likes the pace. Ioseph H. Crust Winnipeg. Applied for the rotating service and likes it well. Famous words "call Dr. Andisonf' Another R.C.A.F. vetfmarried and has two daughters. Latest addition is a new Studebaker. I . Desmond Devlin "Des" for short, made a name for himself on the gridiron. lnterning at Vancouver General. Bernhard Fast Winnipeg. Looks quiet, but loses no time in letting the nurses know he's boss. Not a gambler. Plans a senior internship-then? Poge l72 Leslie G. Cohen Winnipeg. A former weight lifting champ and possessor of more muscles than Grant illustrates. Ex- celled in most athletics as a youth, but with old age creeping up, he has made curling his favorite sport. Spent three years overseas as an Army Captain. Intentions: G.P. Clarence E. Cohoe Pilot Mound, Man., Noted member of University Choral Group and enthusiastic curler. Another RC.- A.F. pilot. lntends to do General Practice and has a good assistant lined up tor the Paediatrics de- partment. Harry Crossley Moosomin, Sask. Possesses a good sense ot humor. Served in the R.C.A.F. tor tour years. Married but has no dependents as yet. Future intentions: G.P. James F. B. Dean Winnipeg. Drives a different second- hand car every year. Spent the war years with the R.C.A.F.- married and has three lovely children. Future: G.P. Morris Erenberg Winnipeg. Cut short a Theological career to enter Medicine. Has been known to clinic nurses for hours and crack jokes stolen direct from the latest Reader's Digest. Future in- tentions: Obs. and Gyn. Isaac M. Fast Unobtrusive "Ike". Some members ot the class maintain they've never seen him, but nevertheless, he did show up for his examinations. An ex-R.C.A.F. man, married and poppa of three. ls interning at Regina. Future: G.P. Joyce L. Findlay Winnipeg. Blonde, blue-eyed and easy on the eyes. Possesses guite a command of the English language. Can be counted on to laugh at any type of joke. Sorority: Alpha Phi. Future: rural G.P. as Mrs. Mike. Peter H. F riesen St. Elizabeth, Man. A graduate in Agriculture but invested the down payment on his farm on a few medical books. Refuses to divulge the name of his barber. Served in the R.C.A.M.C. Married and the father of three. Future: G.P. Bruce A. Hignell Winnipeg. Has a degree in Com- merce. Former Flying Officer in R.C.A.F. Married, has three chil- dren. Was elected as Common Room Rep. last year after a bitter campaign. Frat: Phi Kappa Psi. Future: G.P. Henry Iseli Swan River, Man. An ex-R.C.A.F. Corporal. Interested in curling and soccer. Wanted to show his wife the coast so interned at Vancouver General. Future intentions: General Practice. Crawford M. Judge Winnipeg. Commonly known as "muscles" ludge. A real track star. Spent his summer months with the research lab. Norman M. Koester A former R.C.A.F. pilot. Looks younger than stated age but his eldest ot three is of school age. Pulled the coup of the curling season by Winning last year's medical championship. Future: G.P. George F riesen Winkler, Man. Has worked hard and should make a success. Mar- ried a nurse and has a daughter. Future: G.P. Glen A. Harrison An ex-Army Lieutenant. Has a charming wife and a family of two. Class Pres., Fourth Year. Interning at V.G.l-l. Will do well as an MD. C. Stuart Houston Yorkton, Sask. Comes by medicine honestly as both father and mother are medicos. Stu is a well known ornithologist and is well equipped with a beautiful pair of acoustic devices enabling him to hear the birds chirp. Ir. and Sr. U.M.S.U. Rep. Sports: limited to trick knees. Plans early marriage. Lorne V. lonat Orcadia, Sask. A very good student and well liked at W.G.l-l. Is known to bend a mean elbow. Engaged to a nurse. Future: G.P. Leo M. Kahana Winnipeg. lsbister Scholarship in First Year "U". A poetic genius who now prefers nurses to verses. Intentions: Neuro Psychiatry. Would make a good resident. Vernon R. Knowles Quiet and friendly. Sported the first Colles fracture in the class. lnterning at Regina General Hos- pital. Married. i Page 173 Lawrence E. Lougheed Winnipeg. Did well in Fourth Year in spite of the tact that he was hospitalized for almost two months prior to exams. Women take a motherly interest in him. Future: undisclosed. Lyle T. McDonald Regina, Sask. Always well dressed. Played lntertaculty hockey and soccer. Frat: Delta Upsilon. Served with the Fleet Air Arm. Future: G.P. but perhaps Medical Specialty. Kenneth R. McGavin Carman, Man. A former R.C.A.F. Radar Officer. lnterning at W.G.H. Future: undisclosed. Alan G. McPherson Winnipeg, Man. Has a brother who plays tor the Blue Bombers but "Al" is so interested in Medicine he probably couldn't name the winners ot the Grey Cup final. Future in- tentions: Post Grad. studies in Internal Medicine. Gerald M. Olin Winnipeg. Ex-lab technician in Army. Spent three years in Europe looking for intra-cellular bugs. Fu- ture: undecided as yet but probably Paediatrics. Hy M. Paisner Winnipeg. Conscientious, capable and extremely good natured. Head- ing towards a formal engagement but fast. The most enthusiastic histologist in the class CHey, lerry, look what l toundll Future inten- tions: Marriage and G.P. Page I 74 Glen Alan Lillington Winnipeg. Man of many talents- he stood among us as a Redwood amongst Spruces. Editor of Medical lournal, First Pres. ot Choral Society, Pres. Board ot Music, Pres. Aescula- pian Society, senior soccer, Isbister Scholarships, etc., etc. Future assured as a physician. C. lean McFarlane Winnipeg. Former lr. Lady Stick of Science and present Lady Stick ot Medicine. Her enthusiasm for Medi- cine knows no bounds. Athleiically inclined. Sorority: Alpha Phi. Has not divulged her plans for the future, Ronald W. McNichol Grandview, Man. A good baseball hurler but also holds a mean re- tractor. Spent 14 months as a prisoner of war in Italy after being shot down in the Middle East. Married and has two kids. Future intentions: Post Grad work in General Surgery. John H. More Ridgedale, Sask. Commonly known as "Honest lohn, the poor Man's Friend". Overseas 5 years as a Lieutenant in the Signal Corps. Frat: Theta Kappa Psi. Future plans: G.P. Edward Otke Strong, silent type. Has ditticulty finding a suitable hair tonic. An amateur shutter bug. Served as Sergeant in the Provost Corps. Marital Status: trying. Future: G.P. Harold U. Penner Top student all the way through. One of the most capable and well liked members of the class. Has already lined up an efficient Ob- stetrical Assistant in the person of a St. Boniface grad. Future inten- tions: Marriage and G.P. Cone of the best for surej. Leonard U. Penner Quiet, thorough, capable and has gained respect of all. R.C.A.F. vet, married, three children. Future in- tentions: G.P. Ierry Pinto Winnipeg. An excellent student and possesses a soothing voice. Refused to wait and got married at the end of Fourth Year. A capable intle-,rne and well liked. Future: G. . W. Sidney Rosenberg Winnipeg. A keen curler. Court- ship which terminated in marriage in l949. Was facilitated by the fact that his father owns a florist shop. R.C.A.F. vet. Francis T. Sheedy Winnipeg. Excells in cribbage, hearts and billiards but his claim to fame is his family of five income tax exemptions. Served in England as a F!Lt. in the R.C.A.F. Future: Cholecystectomy? then G.P. Allan M. Torrie Gibbs, Sask. An ex-Naval Lieut. "Al" and wife Greta are noted for the parties they throw. Class Pres. First Year and C.A.M.S.I. Rep. after that. Has a daughter of three who complains that she hasn't seen much of Pop since his internship started. Gerald A. Varnam Winnipeg. A brilliant student with innumerable Scholarships. Sacri- ficed a few hairs for cranial contents. Spent four years in R.C.A.F. ending up a F fLt. Married overseasg one child. Future: Internal Medicine. John A. Peters Winkler, Man. Richardson Scholar- ship, Third Year. Art is married, family at present consists of one Ford. ls always in a cheerful mood. lntentions: G.P. Ernest L. Plaster An ex-Bomber Command Navigator "Bun" is happily surrounded with a family of three Ka son and lovely twin daughtersl. Presently intern- ing at Regina General Hospital. Gordon W. A. Selby Moose law, Sask. lnterning at Grey Nuns' Hospital in Regina. Was once employed as a model for hat ads. Hasn't disclosed future plans. Maurice Shnider Winnipeg. Refuses to practice in a town that hasn't a curling rink. As a Ffl..t. in the R.C.A.F. CBradford's navigatorl he was awarded D.F.C. Married and has a daughter. Future intentions: G.P. George F. Speakmen Field, B.C. Returned to the coast for internship at Vancouver General. M.M.S.A. Treasurer for two years. Frat: Theta Kappa Psi. Held rank of FfO in the R.C.A.F. Married a swell girl who will do his lab work gratis. Future: Opthalmology. Kenneth D. Varnan Winnipeg. Ken likes to quote Freud, Boyd and lerry. lnterning at V.G.H. Marriage pending. Page l75 Board of Governors . . VICTOR SIFTON Clmirmun C. GORDON SMITH VICC'Chd1TmLl7l F. W. CRAWFORD, B.S.A. Scfrcmvy Appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor in-Council VICTOR SIFTON JEAN il. TRUDEL, B.A., LL.B. H. S. FRY, BSA. PAUL G. DOVAL, B.A., LL.B., K.C. DONALD G. MCKENZIE C. GORDON SMITH PERCY S. BOWER, B.A. WILLIAM j. PARKER, B.S.A. ANDREW MIIRI'Hi' CATHERINE FORREST Elected by the Graduates MISS ISOEEI. A. ROBSON, B.H.F. D. C. FOSTER EMMET DWX'ER, MD. Members Ex-Officio A. H. S. GILLSON, CBE., M.A.. LL.D. President HON. A. K. DYSART, M.A., LL.D. Chancellor Page 147 H01-lllll UF GUVEHNIIHS N the affairs of the University of Manitoba, the Board of Governors occupies a position similar to that occupied by the Board of Directors of an incorporated company. Its composition consists of twelve members, nine of whom are appointed by the Lieutenant-Gow ernor-in-Council. Three members are elected by the graduates of the University. The Chancellor and Presi- dent are members ex-officio. The chairman and vice- chairman, elected annually, and the secretary, who is the Comptroller of the University, comprise the officers of the Board. The Board has two standing committees, but from time to time, specific questions merit the appointment of special committees, which report on them. One of the standing committees is the Finance Committee. lt has the authority to deal finally with certain questions, and it makes recommendations to the Board regarding the finances of the University, and the buildings and properties it owns. The other is the Staff Committee, which, as the name implies, reviews questions per- taining to the appointment and retirement of members of the staff, and makes recommendations to the Board with respect thereto. The University Act provides that no member of the Board of Governors shall, as such, receive any salary or emolument, and thus the services rendered by its members are voluntary. Board meetings take place regularly once each month, and at other times as is necessary. The Finance Committee meets twice each month, and the Staff Committee once monthly. Questions affecting the staff, questions relating to the physical facilities which have been or may be pro- vided for the use of students and staff of the University and the equipment which is required for the operation of the institution-all such issues engage the Board from month to month. The Board establishes all facili- ties, departments, chairs, lectureships, scholarships and prizes. The Senate directs the academic affairs of the University, but the Board is the governing body. The Board derives its powers from The University Act, which states that the Board shall have full power and authority to exercise in the name of and on behalf of the University and as the act and deed of the University any or all powers, authorities and privileges by that Act or any other Act conferred on the University. Douglas P. Walmsley Most competent cigarette roller in the class. Former R.C.A.F. Ser- geant. Seems to be heading towards a formal engagement. Future in- tentions: GP. Ian Beaton Camera-Shy Grads Harry Winrob Soccer player of note, ex-Army Lieutenant. Married and has two sons. Is interested in Paediatrics, but will probably start as G.P. Charles S. Campbell Brandon, Man. A former Chief Chemist in Banting's Lab. in Toronto. lan has overcome adversities in his medical career which would have stopped a lesser man. An avid Wheat King tan this brother used to play for the teaml. Former Army officer. Took a tew months ott from interneship tor a costal resection, Future: GP. Bernard Kredentser Calgary, Alta. After graduating in Chemistry he worked tor a time as a Chemist with an eastern distillery Clawful typel. Failed to win a curling game in Third Year. ls pleased with internship at Regina General. Married. Future: per- haps Obs. and Gyn. Winnipeg. An excellent vocalist and former member ot the Merry Meds. Managed to do well in his studies in spite of extra curricular activities. Malcolm F. Mclnnes Winnipeg. Adds variety to the class by being our only ex-Para trooper. "Rusty" bought an Austin and disappointed class ride- moochers with the assertion that gFive's a crowd". Frat: Theta Kappa si. Page l76 Harrison E. Waugh Winnipeg. A former Sergeant Navigator in the Air force and served in the Aleutians tor a time CDept. of National Defence please notel. Mar- ried. Plans to do Post Grad. work in Surgery. sd' . Q t L4 J i i , 3 Comfort and a ' Ii R ' 2 I M '1" A S I I that the value of honesty and I . I I 5 e' integrity is one of 1ife.'S most g Casual Shoes that important lessons. It IS a ba- E A . f f I E . 55 i,jf,,.3-3 give you the free' sic cornerstone O a success u E LVZVQ dom and fashion business or career. you Want! 0nU5"fa, 2 2 See MaccIonaId's ' E 4 ,5 im qualuty shoes ' 5 is Ofwwvffflwfl- f4..sf ggi? ggi- -... Em q!fSEQ32Jt Q STOCKS o BONDS o GRAIN E A- A INSURANCE 2 S,,V 1 REAL ESTATE 2 s 'Sai ,ZJVI OIL AND GAS LEASES E i Sf ' w COAL AND COKE E Nu. was s14.unpr. OSIER, HAMMOND 81 NANTON M cl nald Nanton Building - Winnipeg a c O HlillHHIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH4IIIl!IMIIHHWHIIIIVHIIllIII4IIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIHIINNIII!IIWIHIIIlIIIIllIi4I SHOE STORE Lid. 492-4 Main Street A good banking connection is a "must" for success in any profession or business. BANK OF MONTREAL Canada? fhsf Bank WORKING WITH CANADIANS IN EVERY WALK OF LIFE SINCE 1817 can-Ll Page I77 N U R SIN G EDUCATION M W W , x b WW. ' ,, A w"""" wdlw M V ww" pf ,W ff f iii ff H N yn, . ,. Jgw if - . af W'sW'-N - - A ,, ,A Aj' M' W., JP ,V W. Q Q Sm 5 2 3 3 ? 2 , W 5 3 E 7 a 5 ? fi 3 A 5 2 5 3 1 , 1 . ...fifgi .4 V. E ,f .MA -NM?-. W, E 3 3 3 i 2 's 3 3 3 i i 5 3 1 9 4 ' it .....,,,KwM N f ,ff A,--'if x ,Wg - Y ' THIS YEAR has emphasized the threats to the peace of the world and the con- structive efforts which are at work. As nurses you are expected to fit into the place where you may make your most effective contribution in the service of mankind. You are a part of the constant planning which is even more essential in time of serious emer- gency. We have watched your growing understanding of your chosen field of Teach- ing or Public Health Nursing. How urgent are the needs in each of these fields! Page l8O Margaret E. Hart R.N., B.Sc., M.A. Direcfon School of Nursing Education You came to us with your goals partially set and with a realization of the community's need for your services. We hope these goals will be clearer and the way easier because of this year of study. Your Work will always be a constructive force- the preparation of students to help maintain the ranks, the promotion of individual and community health, and your own contribution to the development of the profession of nurs- ing itself. We wish you joy and satisfaction in all you find to do. NURSING is one of the service professions, and therefore carries the privilege and responsibility of helping others to attain their goals of living to the fullest extent of their capacities. I trust that your experience in the School of Nursing Education have enabled you to determine and to clarify your own place in our service to mankind, and so to have pre- pared yourself that as you return to your chosen field of nursing, you will be better able to guide and to help the individuals and the families with whom you work. ln so doing you may gain that greater measure of happiness for yourself that comes through helping others. Dorothy M. Dick Instructor in Public Health Nursing Words for Public Health Nurses EACH one of us, the day we graduated, stood starry-eyed at the hub of our pro- fessional wheel. The spokes of opportunity stretched about us, on, on to disappear at the horizon. We were eager to set out along the path we had chosen. Each on her own quest-but each ever-seeking, ever-striving to serve humanity better. The months, and for some of us the years, passed and with their passing came the more certain knowledge that to serve better we must learn and experience more. Once again we stand. This time at the outer circumference and we scanned the spokes and saw them all converging. Con- verging towards the hub-University. Thus We entered these walls of learning. The days have been too short for us to acquire all the knowledge We seek or to have all the experiences that will be invaluable to us later. However, we have been thoroughly grounded in our respective fields and each of us feels that the past University year has greatly broadened her outlook. As once again we face the horizon we know that we have a far greater store of knowledge to call upon as we enrich our experiences in serving mankind's ills. Anonymous. can-Q Page 181 Kathryn Best Winnipeg, Man. Graduated from Royal Victoria Hospital School ot Nursing, Montreal. Future plans- lndustrial Nursing "some foreign place." President of Nursing Educa- tion-Sports, fencing, golf, tennis. Mary Cymbalist Plumas, Man. Graduated from St. Boniface Hospital. Future plans- Public Health in the province. Retir- ing tothe farm at 40. Favorite pastime -sleeping. Sports and Social Con- venor. Judith W. Kroeker Steinbach, Man. Graduated Chil- drens' Hospital, Winnipeg. Future plans - Outpatients department, Childrens' Hospital. Frances G. McKenzie Fronde, Sask. Graduated Royal lubilee Hospital, Victoria, BC. Future Plans-Victorian Order of Nurses. Sports -curling. Brown and Gold rep. Dorothy Morecraft Saskatoon, Sask. Graduate - City Hospital, Saskatoon, Sask. Rural nursing in Alberta or Saskatchewan. Eleanor Pattinson Gladstone, Man. Graduated Winni- peg General Hospital. With Pro- vincial Health Department for past two years. Looking forward to going back to rural work. Interests - handicrafts, square dancing, curling. Page l82 Mary Creber Newdale, Man. Graduated from S:hool of Nursing-Winnipeg Gen- eral Hospital. Future plans include travelling south of the border. Sports-curling, dancing. Gladys Kennedy Kronan, Sask. Graduate Grey Nuns Hospital, Regina, Sask. Future plans -Public Health Nursing. Vivian Little Decker, Man. Graduated Winnipeg General Hospital. Future plans- Public Health Nursing in province. Senior rep. for Nursing Ed. Alice Merlevede Norwood, Man. Graduated St. Boniface Hospital. Future Plans- Public Health Nursing at St. Boniface Hospital. Evelyn Negus Winnipeg, Man. Teaching and Supervision. Graduated Aberdeen Hospital, Nova Scotia. Served with R.C.A.M.C. in Canada, U.K. and High Seas. Last three years with D.V.A. Winnipeg. Probably return to D.V.A. after further study. Sec.- Treas. for Nursing Education. Vera Peacock Ponoka, Alberta- Teaching and Supervision. Graduated from St. Boniface Hospital. Future plans- teaching sciences to student nurses. Thelma Ross Culross, Man. Graduate of St. loseph's General Hospital, Port Arthur, Ontario. lr. Rep.-Nursing Education-U.M.S.U. Evelyn Thordars on Macoun, Sask. Graduated Royal lubilee Hospital, Victoria, BC. Future plans-Rural Public Health Nursing in Saskatchewan. ,ia-av' .21 Cm' Muriel Small Dauphin, Man. Graduated Chil- drens' Hospital, Winnipeg, Man, Future plans - immediate-Public Health Nursingg later-South America or some place warm all year round! Sports -- dancing, swimming, curl- ing. Page l83 PHARMACY rr 'E 2 1 '5 Q Q 'Q i 2 Q ,Q L i X I 5 2 ,W " A A 'W'-. ,,, 1 2 3 3 F 5 xi Xa 2 E S : Q 2 5 Sf A F, Wwa ADMINISTRATIUN OFFICERS 1950-51 President and Vice-Chancellor Albert H. S. Gillson, O.B.E., M.A., LL.D. Assistant to the President I. B. Rollitt, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of Faculty of Arts and Science W. l. Waines, M.A. Assistant to Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science E. G. Berry, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of Faculty of Engineering and Architecture A. E. Macdonald, M.Sc. fC.E.l, M.E.I.C. Assistant to Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture l. Hoogstratten, B.Sc. fC.E.D, M.Sc. QC.E.l, M.E.I.C. Director ot' School of Architecture lohn A. Russell, B.Sc., M. Arch., F.R.A.I.C., M.A.I.A. Dean of the Faculty of Medicine L. G. Bell, M.D., M.R.C.P. CLondonJ, F.H.C.P. CCan.l Dean of Faculty of Agriculture and Home Economics l. W. G. MacEwan, M.S.A., M.S. Director of School of Home Economics Grace G. Hood, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Dean ot' Faculty of Education D. S. Woods, M.A., Ph.D. Dean of Faculty of Law G. P. R. Tallin, B.A., LL.B. Director ot School ot Music Ronald Gibson, Mus.B., Dip. A.R.M.C.M., Dip. A.C.C.O. Director of School of Social Work Librarian, Junior Library C. E. Smith, B.Sc., M.A., D.Paed. Edna Green, B.A. Dean of Graduate Studies Dean of Women W. H. McEwen, B.Sc., M.Sc., M.A., Ph.D. Marjorie E. MacKay, B.A. Director of Nursing Education Assistant to Dean of Women Margaret Hart, M.A. lane Bull, B.A. Comptroller Managerg University Book Store F. W. Crawford, B.S.A. I. A. M. Edwards, M.A. Assistant Comptroller Superintendent, Buildings and Grounds K. D. McLean, B.S.A. I. Illingworth Registrar Dietitian, University Residence Douglas Chevrier, B.A. B. Brownlee, B.Sc. fH.Ec.j, M.Sc. Assistant Registrar Dean of Men's Residence R. C. Armitage, B.A. T. S. Webster, B.A., M.A. Recorder Dean ot Women's Residence Margerie White Ioan Govan, B.A., M.A. Librarian Physical Director Elizabeth Dafoe, B.A. R. Wray Youmans - ff- Page l5 x-1 .- xxx N X X X 19 H s 0-JW' RAPID GRIP AND LIM f will always play a highly important part in the malaing of printing plate hecause their linished quality depends. entirely. upon the slcill of the individual engraver comhinecl with the mechanical perfection ol modern production methods. From the Comparative simplicity ol one-colour line or halltone engravings to the intricate details involved in process and other liine multicolour printing plates, RGB endeavours to hring to every jola a level ol worlcmanship in keeping with its highest traditions. It is this striving lor quality. this constant endeavour to maintain the highest in craftsmanship, that has contrihuted largely toward making the Company indeed the largest malfers ol printing plates in Canada. xwwzmfaa gffwmy fam M ITEIJ 290 VAUGHAN sr. wnNN1PEc Phone 923494-5-6 QQ. Poge 187 THE SUCCESSFUL completion of the pre- scribed courses of study severs your formal connection with the University as students. You will graduate into the ranks of its alumni and into an ancient and honour- able profession. lt will be your responsibility to maintain the traditions of these institutions. Your training will have taught you that science is the search for Truth. That is a never-ending guest. lt opens up new hori- zons because its outlook is always forward. 1 e see-sv Page l88 D. McDougal! B.SC.fPhaxm.J, M.SC., F.C.I.C. Chairman, Department of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Chemistry For each of you the many hours of lecture demonstration and laboratory practice cannot have failed to leave impressions which will remain with you through life. It is our hope that those impressions will guide you in that search for Truth and direct you in paths of high endeavour. Your instructors will remember the gradu- ating class of 1951 as a group of attentive and considerate students. You carry with you our best wishes for future success and happiness. DON MACDONALD JOYCE HOWEY BERT ROBERTSON ROBT. PETERS HARX'EY KIMELMAN HELENE NEUFELD JOHN J. ZARONNSKI NORM OMAN CLIFF KLAN ALF BELL JOE TERGESON RALPH WHITFIELD NORVAL BROWN Sen ICT Stick Lady Suck Vue Suck and Semov U.M.S.U. Rep. Ju mm' U.M.S.U. Rep. Sec.f'!'reasurer ., W.A. Rep. Brown and Gold Rep. Debatmg Rep, Manxroba Rep. Soczal Chawman Chazrman Athlerzcs 3rd Tam President Znd 'fem Presxdent Pharmacy Council Page 189 Don MacDonald Winnipeg. Senior Stick of the Class of 1951. He is Pharmacy's gift to the Navy. Ambition-to get mar- ried. Pet Phobia-afraid he will. Dominique Bergese Winnipeg. Easily detected by the sandwiches and fruit bulging from his pockets. Has developed pro- tective immunity against Rx lOOl. Len Bowie Winnipeg. Len devotes part of each lab. period to original research on the side effects of "a cup of java" which is only available from the stock room at the canteen. Frank Edick Winnipeg. Cleverewell fairly. Failed-very rarely. Handsome-SOMEONE thinks so. Interest-Photography. Wit-l never suspected. Women are too much bother, but one woman?????-well. I im Burkett Flin Flon. He's quite tall and well designed And in his manner is refined. Never ruffled, never blue And always has a smile for you. Leonard Karp Winnipeg. Known as "l..ovesier" in the Lab. ls a hard-plugging student who should go very far in the Ice Cream Business. Page l9O Joyce Howey Killarney. A" specialty" featured by Howey's Rexall Drugs. Finds it necessary to restore her vitality by frequent nourishment during lec- turles. Favorite expression-"Fra-a an . Gerald Black Winnipeg. "Gerry" the little gem, a friend of all. The oratorical UPARSONH is regrettedly leaving us at such a time of worldly chaos. Favorite expression "Why do you haunt me like you do-l'll never get through". A1 Burtnick Winnipeg. lf effort and ideals mean anything, Al will go a long way. He is the only student in Pharmacy who has been able to afford a steno to type all his notes-and assign- ments. Cam Goodhand Dauphin. A better than average Pharmacy student who does nothing unusual, and enjoys it immensely. Endowed with a sense of humor U1 especially when it comes to puns. An ardent Curler. Jim Gray Rocanville, Sask. Give him a plane-he'll fly it. Give him a car-he'll drive it. Give him workihe'll do it. Give him a beer-he'll drink it. In fact there is very little this gent won't do. The only man who doesn't brag about his curling ability. Harvey Kimelman Winnipeg. Ambition-inventing a machine that will use the holes in doughnuts to stuff macaroni with- or something. Irvin Mael Winnipeg. Synonym - Cabbie. Description-A would-be Sir Gala- had-but this noble ambition de- feated. Uses-Always willing to help' the gentlemenf???l as well as THE LADY in his class. Ray Mitchell Winnipeg. Ray startled lecturers and students by attending classes two days in succession. He is an ardent "Kipling" Fan-how do you "Kipple" Mitch? Ernie Nelko Winnipeg. He is always willing to discuss that bridge hand he had a month or so ago. Hard working lad who as a rule burns a lot of "mid- night oilufif anyone can look worse in the early morning, we have yet to see him. Bert Robertson Brandon. Makes loyal C???l and sometimes profitable bets on the Wheat Kings. Favorite excuse- "they would have won BUT . . Clarence Ruddock Bowsman. "Still waters run deep." Quiet and capable. Ultimate aim is to create a "Combine" on scholar' ships. Wes Scales Winnipeg. Kindly, friendly and considerate. Wes is liked by all who know him. Has difficulty mak- ing the 9.40 lecture. Doug Manwaring Birtle, Man. "l must clamp down on the book, exams are only 7 months away. President-3rd year. Ar- dent curler-his specialty. Brian Moore Winnipeg. Brian thinks best when puffing an enormous brown pipe. More than one lecturer has found that his questions reveal gaping holes in unexpected places. Bob Pahl Winnipeg. Bob has an even-tem- pered disposition and a tendency not to study till tests and exams loom upp that is, he is a typical Pharmacy student. Sam Pecl-let Winnipeg. Bridge and Sam go together, As do most birds of a feather. Favorite Pastime-boosting Big lohn into 5 clubs or such. Charles Rubenstein Winnipeg. Thinks passing a powder derby is sufficient qualifications for a pharmacist. Like golf - African style that is. William Serdinski Winnipeg. Usually seen dipping his nose into a coffee cup with his bosom pal Wes. The only member of the class who plunged into the Powder Derby and Wrapping Mara- thon in less than one hour and managed to come out victorious. Page l9l Irwin Shwortz Yorkton. Symptoms-Vforrying and studying, a high temperature during exams. Antidotes-Good marks, which produce only a temporary sedative action and lrv is soon found "haunting the library" again. I im Skuce Winnipeg. Known to the class as "Pop". Loves to play snooker with someone he can beat. Quite a beeter, too. Hard working student with a guiet personality: has a place in everyones friendship. Hobby: curling and snooker. John I. Zarowski Winnipeg. Brown and Gold repre- sentative. Admits being interested in curling, bowling, figures Knot accountingt. Gets great enjoyment on "passing" after Sam's "two no trump" bid. Ed Zulkowski Winnipeg. Our handsome baritone, should be a rugby hero, but con- fines himself to such sissy sports as bowling, volleyball, etc. Is "actively immune" to most feminine admirers. Page T92 Norm Singleton Winnipeg. Holds the record tcr time spent nattering in the "spa- cious" Common Room. Favorite Remark-"Won't my wife be pleased to see me spending her money this way." George Smith Winnipeg. A nice boy, repeat boy. Filled with all the enthusiasm of youth. Still very much married. Works when there is nothing better to do. Michael Zegalski Winnipeg. The Burning Question its Toluene lntlammable? Is work- ing his way through College by operating a Hiitney Service" from Winnipeg to Fort Garry Campus. Pharmacy Canclids Page 193 SCIENCE -QQ muon. nn- v -w , .I ".. 1,9 , A f , ,ru it . ,, 41.5 'J f - . 1 , n l l A Message from the l-loriorary President WE HEAR a great deal these days about the University and its place in the Community. One important thing to remember is that to many people with whom you will come in contact, you represent the University. They will judge its value to the community by your actions, your conversation, and by your achievements. Attendance at a University is still a privilege made possible by the support of many who have not been so fortunate. Like every privilege, it entails a corresponding measure of responsi- bility and it is up to you to justify the confidence placed in you by everyone in your community. The members of the staff offer our warmest congratula- tions to the members of the class upon the event of their graduation and wish them every success in the careers that lie before them. W. Leach Professor and Chairman, Department of Botany Page 196 BX . r 1 ,,..Q M Hyi 8 PROP. WM. LEACH ROBERT A. ROBERTSON PRISCILLA RAYNER WM. M. FINLAY BOYD W. HAMILTON BALKARAN SIEU . DOUGLAS B. AOKLAND LYA M. JOHANSON JAMES E. GREEN , MAURICE J. YOUNG, . BEVERLEY IRVINE ,.,. BALKARAN SIEU. ,, Hon. President Senior Stick Lady Stick Vice Stick . 'Treasurer , , . Secretary Pres. Merfs Athletics Pres. Women's Athletics , . Publicity Chairman . Social Chairman Ladies Social Chairman Senim U.M.S.U. TANIA BABxENxO SAMUEL JURAYSKY BARBARA L. BOYD GERARD J. GENIR HUGO GHANX' BARRY C. VIRTUE GORDON A. YOUNG ONWURA CHIAZOR BARRY MINUK , AUDREY VINEBERG ROY HARDAKER. . junior U.M.S.U. Rep. .Quartermaster Brown and Cold Rep. 5th Tear Pres. 4th 'Year Pres. ,.,3rd Tear Pres. 2nd 'Year Pres. Asst. 'Treasurer Pres. Debating Rep. to W.A. Ex Officio Science Council m Page I97 Fifth Year Honors Robert A. Robertson Winnipeg. Graduate of West Kil- donan Collegiate, entered University in 1947. Senior Stick of Science, Honoring in Geology. Very active in sports, especially swimming, soccer, six-man football and volley- ball. Member of Delta Upsilon Fraternity and President ol Silver Y Club. Hopes to become the OXC of the R.C.A.F. someday. P. A. Adie Born Tamworth, Staffs., England. Attended Gordon Bell High School, entered United College 1946. Chem- istry Honors. Holder of Logie Buchard Bursary and Sir lames A1tkenScl'1olarsh1p. Married. Ffl.t. CRadarJ R.C.A.F. Hopes to take his M,Sc. Edward F. Anhalt Winnipeg. Attended Daniel Mac- lntyre and went on to University in 1945. Organist and assistant Choir- master of McDermot Baptist Church. lntends to work on his M.Sc. after completing Honors Science. Louis S. Binda Lac du Bonnet. High School in Lac du Bonnet, entered University in 1946. Honors Geology. Spent three years in Europe as corporal in the Army. Hopes to raise enough to operate a gold mine. Roy L. Butler Winnipeg. Attended Kelvin High School, entered University in 1946. Course: Geology. Served as stoker in l?.C.N.V.l?. for two years in Canada. Hopes to become a hap- pily married Geologist. Norman E. J. Duncan St. Boniface, Man. Took High School at St. Paul's and entered University in 1946. Chemistry Honors. Claims to have no intentions for the future. Page 198 SEL, "...,, 1 ,-4. ll V . 1. . i.. .1 .S vs. 4. H . ,Siu-, ':n.v,4q,'?i Gif: gi.: 114,- .ihgdii .shim . -s as ,. -Q. 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Q. rd if tx 1 n 4' . ,.M" "T, -rmif'-v-"' fx .x ,-. ,. ..2 4, --ss rw..-gf ...M XJ ,365- .af-" Q-so --44' ,.,v-Q . i . 1 ts xfflgf up 'gf 1' ir .- nil' .J -.,g,.ii. up 51 .mg lL,,,,1ii: WWW li'f?t'f'tl' trigger ' 'elif .,,.ii. :I :RQ gf. . if 332. tt' -if a'zsg"' E6 ltr! i---fi gf?'i'f:: ' is 1.44.- yv- .Su i ..,.w: ,..1.,., -,1 ,5- it ga -lmi 1 i'?"Tft: uamgses 2-'Sharif .,M-,sta offs : ' :tt- , ,pai 4.1.15 .ywplfi ,ai-'nm ,. ,iff LYMQSU5 is . fit. is - .,.. i, ,fate .fl il"-'STR 5 tri '...n a' 'nggfg V. ,gs ,f:..., .1 Miglii, ia... yr tr s an' X 'if r i ... ." a I 1 a i I 1.4 ,"' n.r.,, . Z ,,-B. . - . .,... 1.1.1- 5. I 3 l 3 ...ii , 'J tl ff! S M8531 1 5 f "1 wi' Rf , ' 'will ws! .51 . fggg f i.. ' -.L-.s..gusg.:nz4...gn Fourth Year General Priscilla Rayner Winnipeg. Graduate from Ruperts- land. Specializing in fourth year honors biochemistry. Lady Stick of Science, 1950-517 Secretary Treas- urer W.A. Council, 1950-51. Her interests revolve about tennis, bowl- ing, badminton, bridge and boys. Member ot the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. Secretary of the Science Council, 1949-50. Will continue with her honors work. Fifth Year Honors Kenneth Adlington Winnipeg. Entered University in 1946. Course: Geology. Served three years in Canada as LAC in the l?.C.A.F. Married, but no family. Wants to be a millionaire farmer. James J. Atherley Winnipeg. Entered University after graduating from Port Arthur Col- legiate. Chemistry honors. Served five yearsintheR.C.N.V.R. Married, has one daughter. Interested in oganic chemistry research. James Brydon Hans Dirks Winnipeg. Graduate ot Isaac New- ton High, entered University in 1943. Honors Chemistry. Chairman of Chemistry Club 1949-50. Plays flute in the Winnipeg Symphony. Hopes to add an M.Sc. to his name eventually. Gerard Julian Genik Winnipeg. Geology Honors. Ac- tive in faculty soccer, basketball, volleyball, rugby and Varsity foot- ball and basketball. President of Science V and Gamma Rho Kappa. Future intentions: M.Sc., Ph.D., LLB., D.D., SJ., F.R.S.G., D.F.U.. etc. Fifth Year Honors Allan Gray H. Edward Harland Minnedosa, Man. Attended Moore Park High School, entered Uni- versity in 1947, Physics and Maths. Holder of McLean Scholarship, member of Residence House Com- mittee in 1949-50 and President in 1950-51. Says he has intentions for the future. George Hay Earl Johnson Robert A. Martin Underhill, Man. Graduate of Hart- ney High School and came to Uni- versity in 1947. Physics Honors. Winner of Manitoba Scholarship in 1950. Worked on "Manitoban" News in 1947-48. lntends to get M.Sc., Ph.D., and go on to research or teaching. Sylvia G. Roberts CLeithJ Winnipeg. Geology Honors. Holder of Khaki University Scholarship in third year, and Manitoba Brewers' Scholarship in first, second and third years. Married, has no family, but her aim is high-ten little geologists. 7553? "5 rt-N,-1 s n..wy'iiv5 '12 .iffrf . F' uma. .?S,'i.!m IKE. ' 9 ---use Wai-it Mrsiri -gggttvi ,.,2,,zg?s ', Hin 5 it .1 , .iw ffvwia v-wigs: Q y. awgiii .2 I sd mimi.:- . fri ' u,?v,.tf4u ,-5 1 - ""xsI'!'l . .,,:?fQi Vx-..w,,i p-F' .asf 4... X 50-X 4' 3' 'mv .,,wyy-5 wg' tiff .uf . Aw... vs! Fifth Year Honors Boyd W. Hamilton St. lames, Man. Attended St. lames Collegiate, entered University in 1946. Honors Geology. Science Treasurer and President of the Geology Club. Served as corporal in the Army in Europe. Would like to take post-graduate work. Douglas G. Hay Winnipeg. Entered University in 1946 after completing High School at Glenlawn Collegiate in St. Vital. Chemistry Honors. lntends to do post-graduate work. Donald E. Jardine Spearhill, Man. Took High School by correspondence and at St. lames Collegiate. Entered University in 1942 to Honor in Geology. Mani- toban Rep. LAC in R.C.A.F. for two years. Married and has a family. Hopes for a job or post-graduate work. Douglas Harold Lavoie Kenora, Ont. Graduate of Kenora High School, entered University in 1946. Honors Geology. Served four years overseas in the Fort Garry Horse. Married, no family yet. Future intentions: to keep Marie happy. Vera H. E. Nelson Winnipeg. Attended St. 1ohn's Tech. and entered University in 1947, Honoring in Chemistry. Re- cipient of Manitoba Scholarship. Refuses to commit herself on inten- tions for the future. Elsie M. Penner Winnipeg. Graduated from East Kildonan Collegiate and registered at the University in 19475 honoring in Chemistry. Will cross the bridge of the future when she comes to it. Page 199 Fifth Year Honors Gerald M. Rus sin Winnipeg. Attended High School in Teulon Collegiate and St. Andrews College, entering University in 1947. Geology Honors. Member of Y.lVl.C.A. His intention for the future is to see as much of it as possible. Harry Taniguchi Winnipeg. Came to the University in 1947 from D.M.C.l. Chemistry Honors. Winner of lvlaclsean and lsbister Scholarships in 1949-50. I-Igpeg to go on to postgraduate worli. Harry Taylor Ernest Vogt Neill Weber Winnipeg. Chemistry Honors. Presis dent of First Year Science and Secretary of C.l.C. Student Chapter. Played six-man football and is a member of Delta Upsilon Fraternity. Hopes to continue study of Chem- istry. Fourth Year General Douglas Gordon Ackland Winnipeg. Graduate of General Byng, entered University in 1947: Maths., Physics and Chemistry. President of Athletics 1950-51, mem- ber of Science Student Council, Canteen Council and C.C. Lacrosse Organization, also on the Intramural Athletic Council. Plays everything, golf to hockey. Plans to enter mer- chandising, Page ZOO Q.. Q-r . fa 'f' . ,. ' " Q9 -ff' , i :L 'ff' A NX fill ,,. AQ- ws-. we -, 5? -mm - 3 .3 igwiltt Qafism. VL. AL if , Mgr: fgwgta ignlkigz nrzfis 'iffllin v,,,,a5,. 1 as zu '-ag, 1, ,,,:w , . - .ni ' W . flu, ,pl ...M -.wav i A' , ya x .sd '."tYsa: ' 'fifgvtt' X' E' ' Msitiiqg ' in " 5.-.Ypii " ' ,,,fiyQqi ' A Nia . BW ,TSM 1 WW: , , 1... 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Attended Brandon Collegiate and United College, came to the University in 1948. Physics and Maths. Served two years in Canada as Pte. in the Army. Future: indefinite. Fourth Year General Comelius Bergen Altona, Man. Graduate ot Altona High School, entered University in 1947. Chemistry, Maths., Physics and German. Served three and one halt years in Canada and Europe as Gnr. in the Army. Married and has a family. Plans to enter Faculty ot Education. Charles I. Brosch Winnipeg. Entered University in 1947 after attending Kelvin High School. Maths., Physics, Chemistry and Geology. lntends to work on M.Sc. in Chemistry. Allan Corrigan I. Merle Crozier Sherridon, Man. Took High School in Sherridon and entered University in 1948. Subjects: Chemistry, Physics, Maths., Government. Holder ot Manitoba Hotelkeepers' and Brewers' scholarship. Sports ac- tivities include curling and bowling. Hopes to do laboratory work. Johanna I. Dick Winnipeg. Attended High Schools in Poland and Germany. Botany Honors, Zoology and Chemistry. lntends to work in a research laboratory. Patricia Dixon "fi?"i "'iffff " ' ' 1' ag. 62 .gm Aim r' - H 1 fri wifi--i as an , -am, ..,.3,. .. Q li 3,54 ,sy '. . -:Sk-lla, .,, V. . s ... -:ii - i 3:2 9' '7 M f,fi'ilt'f ' " Gitfikif .1- ' ...E-,.. N X il ,s tx for 5 if W ,Q W , ..,,t,. X Y .br 'i E '1o,,,y. I D U r y ,f .. . 4 4 I . I. 5 1 i. 'at as-g - I Xe' . U... xl'- W, ,ami .1 .... "ffl ' . ,. if '1- 2' ' r - l'T2?'h' - , grimy as '-in w,...e-z., is fist? Q if V 1 Ni ,, 1 Rig? f " i' 2 . , . ' - nfeygf-it .ai Y A ffjfggg t ivy X Q5 ' Skggifh " it if 'href I ifiwzftl IMQM .. ggqiikxfqf 9 i Simian - X f. iw' 1. 9.5, f qvfaiif. ,JLSSQW i.,,5?,2,l 2 ttf WVR' X Waxed: ifgizzss xiywv gsqggg 4.23515 . 7' 5' Q , ii, ff .1135 g . V .V -,C . gzasiz . z my . I-H ""' fffai , at if .. Yfiiw' ' 3,5 verify' ' lliiflg 4 N, " '-ag.: .4 . 4- A ., ,. lmufl .- fy 'V ff 'lik an AQ W , Q, .S waz, W w,4,5 ,Q is . 1,29 :ji . -FQ- -J3 " -1' Q' ,af ffiriwrii ' if ,ggi 4 ' ga..mi.y, 2- Mail. .iwfm . 1 4. Q. ,ya-, 5 ui1z.Z,3., .Wyatt ii ii 1, . M if ,,1 Fourth Year General William Blyth Kelvie A. Buckboro Winnipeg. Graduate of D.M.C.l., entered University in 1946. Geology, Chemistry, Physics. Won Men's Canadian backstroke title in 1947 while swimming tor Varsity. Served three years in the Navy in the North Atlantic. Married, has a family. Post-graduate work in Geology is his aim. Earl M. Calverley Poplar Point, Man. Went to High School in Poplar Point and entered University in 1949. Married and has a family. His ambition is to become a high school teacher. Lloyd Davies John Derewianko Winnipeg. Graduated from the lsaac Newton High School. Climaxed his high school career by breaking the provincial high school shot put and discus records. Now keeps in shape by running for the bus and coaching tor the lunior Chamber ot Commerce in the winter. Henry Theodore Dirks North Kildonan. Attended United College, came to University in 1948. Maths., Zoology, Botany and Chem- istry. Activities include Choral Society, Mock Parliament, debating and l.V.C.F. President of Science Debating 1949-50, Publicity Chair- man ot l.V.C.F. 1950-51. Future indefinite, perhaps civil service. Page 201 Fourth Year General I ohn Dorozynski Edward Dudley John Eccles Fay Z. Field Winnipeg. Went to Kelvin Tech. and came to University in 1946. Zoology, Botany, Bacteriology, Bio- chemistry. Member ot Bnai Brith B.B.Y.O. and Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Gerald L. Fletcher Killarney, Man. Attended Killarney Collegiate and entered University in 1948. Maths., Physics, Chemistry and Geology. Hopes to work in the field of Geology. Rita Elizabeth Gaspard Winnipeg. Took High School at Sacred Heart Convent and St. Mary's Academy: came to University in 1947. Participated in Social Wel- fare. Member of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. Plays hockey. Hopes to get into laboratory work. Page 202 ::.g ,gm .,: .W-2 ,I ' 1 D '45 S -.442 ..a xg ...iff .- , an 4 . .. 1 in - . X n .- . -. 1. n 1 f , .. .. .,, 4 .1 aw 1 , ,im ffisg. I5 ,..v,35i- :si-was qwffti. g.45.,.,3.i 'rgzfzdg isiaumj -Msg, pillar. Gt .. 41231 ' iiizggig y 331'- y ls .gt . jiri., ggi., pix 'might Jlffi-2:34 Zfiflli .f JJ-. s,, .,., lull? i N 35313 . ,ai it 191 x.. ' i f r.. V' A 'lim mr"1m 515' Fourth Year General Carman Douglas Ronald H. Duke Winnipeg. Graduate of Strathcona High School in Edmonton, entered University in 1946. Physics, Maths., Geology, Chemistry. President of Delta Upsilon Fraternity in 1950. Faculty Sports Letter. Married, no family. Served over two years in the Army and intends to join Active Force. Walter F edechko Derald M. R. Field Winnipeg. Attended Kelvin Tech., entered University in 1946. Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Bacteriology. Member of Tau Delta Phi Fraternity and active in golf, basketball and bowling. Going on to Medicine. Robert F ogg Donald Ford Fourth Year General Hugo Abdul Hakh Ghany Woodford Lodge Estates, Chagu- anas, Trinidad. Graduate of Napa- rima College, entered University in 1948. Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Philosophy and Government. Presi- dent of Science IV. Active in tennis, curling, rifle and volleyball. lntends to pursue medical course. Jack K. Gorrie Wawanesa, Man. Took High School there and entered University in 1947. ZoolOqY. Botany, Chemistry and Bacteriology. Delights in hunt- ing, fishing, photography and curl- ing fBonspiel and Science facultyl. Another budding doctor. Roy Warren Hardaker Winnipeg. Maths., Physics, Chem- istry and Government. Senior Rep. Science. 1949-505 Social Chairman of Science, 1949-505 Ex-officio Mem- ber Science Council5 Parade Chair- man, Freshie Week, 19505 Social Chairman, 1950-51. ln C.O.T.C. for three years5 at present Lieutenant in Fort Garry Horse. Member of Phi Kappa Pi. Future: employment and "mike", Ieane D. Hawrys Pierson, Man. Went to High School in Souris and entered University in 1948. Chemistry, Maths., Geology and Bacteriology. Recipient of Manitoba scholarship. Member of Science curling rink. Intentions for the future are indefinite. Vincent Horbay Beverley M. Irvine Letellier, Man. Entered University in 1947. Physics, Chemistry, Maths., Bacteriology. Winner of lsbister Scholarships. Member of Science Council, 1950-51. Probably will be- come a laboratory technician. M flag! ii f vi -':x W fs 5 t . . R :Q .. ,Eg5.i+.,i i 4 f-5,414 . .i L, ,Qs-vt its . t E: 52:5 .353 5 ?. .Ng i 5 aims. W? ,U,:i..,.- - i .Qvf M, 'J 'E 'F f 'lv-'J .g,5,:i... 11222-,gui --.. if' .4 . A in P 'Pr --,Q ' Tiff? Qin- 5 ' "wi up 1 1 - ,.--an me Kiwi? ,,1n..Idist., ... t 'ii?i...,iXi.iwTl' Mais 24.1333-,2'5i5li.a-tttfi 5 'THC it -.arf 'l 1, ,-20,75 t 'gf ' -stiff? -A Wei 1,5 ,sn .. it , me .W . If V! . ft! P' , Kem? 49 1' rs xi' , L. 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Graduate of D.M.C.1., entered University in 1947. Geology Honors. Served one year as Publicity Chairman of Science and one year in the same capacity of Y.M.C.A. 301 Club. Likes skiing. lntends to find a gold mine-he has our sympathy. Alfred F. Harrison Winnipeg. Attended Daniel Mac- lntyre Collegiate and entered Uni- versity in 1945. Physics, Chemistry, Maths., and Psychology. No im- mediate plans for the future. John Hoeschen Allan Ireland Winnipeg. St. lames Collegiate. "Brown and Gold" Assistant Busi- ness Manager, 19485 Co-editor, 19495 Editor, 1950. Assistant Treasurer U.M.S.U. 19495 Chairman of Finance Committee U.M.S.U., 1951. Treas- urer of Science Council, 1951. Leo Horn La Salle, Man. Graduate of Oak Bluff High Sohool5 came to Uni- versity in 1947. Physics, Maths., Geology, Government. Served as Sgt. in the Army for three years in Canada. Member of C.O.T.C. Married, no family yet. Future un- certain. Page 203 Fourth Year General Edgar Jarvis -"X Daniel H. Johnson Winnipeg. Attended Daniel Mac- lntyre Collegiate, entered University in 1948. Botany, Chemistry, Zoology and Bacteriology. Played Science senior hockey for three years. Ambition: to join Special Brigade to Korea. John J onasson Nicholas Kaluzniak Walter J . Koop Altona, Man. Educated at M.C.l. in Gretna, entered University in 19473 Geology Honors. Winner ot Lt. Frank Rich Memorial and McLean Scholarships, and Levi Irving prize in Geology. Plays volleyball and cur s. James Lawrence Page 204 Fourth Year General Lya Johanson Shirley M. Johnston Winnipeg. Graduate ot Gordon Bell, came to University in 1948. Maths., Physics and Chemistry. Recipient ot Manitcba Scholarship. Member ot Choral Society and Rifle Club and curled tor Science in 1949-50. Future intentions: labora- tory work or teaching. Samuel J uravsky Garson, Man. Went to High School there and came to University in 1947. Maths., Physics, Chemistry and Government. Quartermaster for 1950-51, Hockey Convenor tor Science Faculty. No definite plans tor the future. Ollie J. Keskinen Point du Bois, Man. Attended High School there and entered University in 1946. Geology, Geography, Chemistry and Physics. Sport Ac- tivities include curling, tield and track. Hopes to become a geologist. John Kozie Mitchell Leschinski Fourth Year General Scott W. Little Winnipeg. Zoology, Chemistry, Em- bryoloqY, Botany, Paleontology and Psychology. Received lr. U.M.S.U. Executive Award in 1948. Manager Varsity Band and Dance Orchestra, 1947-51, trombonist and tympanist. Rep. to Board of Music in 1947-48, member of Winnipeg Grenadier Band and Can. Legion Band. Two years in the Navy. Future: Medicine or Dominion Government. Helen E. Magness Winnipeg. Attended D.M.C.l., en- tered University in 1947. Chemistry, Maths., Zoology, Geology. lunior Lady Stick, 1948-49. Third Year President, 1949-50. Participated in intramural basketball, swimming and volleyball. President of Delta Delta Delta Sorority. Hopes to become a Lab, technician. Keith E. Malcolm Cypress River, Man. Graduate of Cypress River High School, entered University in 1948. Zoology, Botany, Chemistry and English. Active in swimming, track and field, basket- ball, rifle and curling. Would like to travel and take Medicine if possible. Gordon McLennon Winnipeg. For many years one of Manitoba's outstanding middle dis- tance runners. Now Secretary of the Manitoba section of the A.A.U., track and field section. Also keeps in shape by organizing summer and winter track meets. Thomas Mitsunaga Douglas G. Mould Winnipeg. Went to Gordon Bell and entered University in 1947. Maths., Chemistry, Geology, Geog- raphy. Took part in Varsity Varieties, 1949-50. Pow-wow Chairman in Freshie Week Committee. 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'Q' ' ' ' izfftir' ' 5-Q-'fi' ,.-ws.,-1 ,A t -f ' I y M. 5412, 1 K if fiifg' E fivgfigi' , , -if ",, .gs - - , fm -, 4 . . -wfifmvtff yggytav, l ff' I ,p.,,,,. y K. . ., Q , 0 "slr f ' , ,fwyyl . A I I ,. jul giissli ext i ' A .vu by lZ.g,i'!'i?Z -get s':ftrsz" - A Q r.,.,t,,,. -. V i? TMS- 2. .g 1 ia - 1-,.,iQi. ' iftlisf sw- m V 5 'gl fa fffngr ,F - , 5, 2 .wi .4 1, ii.-Agni fi i 5. W ' "' , . KX kwin V im, - W 2 Fourth Year General Donald MacDougall William Maik Winnipeg. Took High School in Glenwood, Alta. Subjects: Physics, Maths., Chemistry and Geography. lntends to find some kind of labora- tory work. Norman Edward Mason Winnipeg. St. lohn's Tech., and M.T.l.7 entered University in 1946. Geology, Maths., Physics and Chem- istry. Basketball with United Col- lege Seniors in 1947-48. Member of Phelanx CY.M.C.A.D7 over two years as FXO in R.C.A.F. in England. Plans for future lie in the field of Geophysics-Petroleum Engineering. Albert Michalkow Flin Flon, Man. Graduate of Flin Flon Collegiate, came to University in 1945. Geology, Physics, Chem- istry. Was awarded the Hudson's Bay Mining Scholarship. Member of Geology Club, Newman Club and Alpha Gmega Fraternity. Partici- pated in curling and Rifle Club. Married, no family. Future: work in hard rock Geology and post grad- uate study in Geology. Wesley Montgomery Fred Ollinik Buchanan, Sask. Graduate of Bu- chanan High School, entered Uni- versity in 1948. Zoology, Botany, Biochemistry and Bacteriology. Future undecided. Page 205 l, 1' xx: Ili-K . 1': I -' ' "' ' Xx v S... STUDENT ADMINISTRATION Fourth Year General Metro Dan Olynyk Buchanan, Sask. Attended Bu- chanan High School, entered Uni- versity in 1948. Botany, Chemistry, Zoology and Bacteriology. Likes curling. No definite plans for the future. Noel I . Pritchard Winnipeg. GeolOQY, Chemistry, Maths., and Psychology. Canvasser in Building Drive, Science Vice- lunior Stick, lunior Stick. Member cf Delta Upsilon Fraternity. Played football, basketball and skiing. Bell- hop at Banff Springs during summer. Ambitions: Alberta oil and success. Dolores T. B. Radford St. Boniface. Attended St. 1oseph's Collegiate. Physics, Chemistry, Maths., French and Bacteriology. Winner of several prizes and a bur- sary for highest standings in French. Executive member of "Les Gais Manitobians"--a French folk-lore group. Member of Fencing Club and Rifle Club. lntends to take an M.Sc. after a year or two of Lab. work. Ian Robinson Garth Lees Rutherford Winnipeg. Attended Gordon Bell High School and entered University in 1947. Subjects taken: Maths., Physics, Chemistry and Geography. Participated in basketball. Future uncertain. Orest L. Shewchuk Garland, Man. Graduate of Ethel- bert High School, entered University in 1948. Course includes Maths., Physics, Biochemistry and Bacte- riology. lntends to enter the faculty of Medicine. Page 206 . if 'figs Sgt ,,W,.i .,..,+.m., .ri-cgi.. ..,., ...5 , . 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Subjects taken include Zool- ogy and Chemistry. Member of Board of Music and Glee Club. Another doctor in the making. Fourth Year General Romeo tRoml Siwicky Oakburn, Man. Attended Oakburn High School and entered University in 1947. Zoology, Botany, Chem- istry and Bacteriology. Member ot Y.M.C.A., also active in baseball, softball and hockey. lntends to travel and see the world, after that Dentristry, perhaps. Morrell M. Soroka Lampman, Saslc. Attended Lamp- man High School and entered Uni- versity in 1947. Subjects: Biochem- istry, Bacteriology, Botany and Zoology. Likes to participate in sports. Another candidate for the Medical Faculty. Gordon Stanier Michael Tataryn Grahame W. K. Thorkelson Virden, Man. Went to High School in Morden and entered University in 1948. Zoology, Botany, Biochem- istry and Bacteriology. Member of Rifle Club and Ski Club. Ambition: to become a Biologist. W. 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Standing Winnipeg. Graduate of D.M.C.1. Maths., Physics, Chemistry, French. Member of Choral Society 1947-48 and V.C.F. 1950-51: also member ot Home United Choir and Y.P.U. Hopes to enter Education next year. David Steele Douglas Tesch Frank Vilim Winnipeg. Graduate of Ravens- court School and United College. Maths., Physics, Chemistry and Psychology. Served as Sgt. in Canadian Intelligence Corps. for six years-over three years in Europe. Married, no family yet. Will seek employment after graduation. Paul V. Whitehead Winnipeg. Graduate ot Gordon Bell, entered University in 1945. General Science course. Convenor of "U" Military Band 1945-47. Played rugby tor Science in 1945 and curled in 1949-50. Ambition: to make a million dollars. Page 207 Fourth Year General Victor E. Willms Winnipeg. Attended D.M.C,l. and United College, and entered Uni- versity in 1945. General Science and Biochemistry V. Social Rep. in second year al United. Plays basketball. lntends to work in Biochemistry. Andrew Yakunin Calgary. Attended Crescent 1-lgts. High in Calgary, came to University in 1948. Subiects takent Chemistry, Geology, Maths., and Geography. Participated in hockey and bowling. Another jobehunter on the loose ev-'W 1 mix' J '..wfl X ..- Fourth Year General Edmund Winnick Waldo M. Yule The Pas, Man. Went to The Pas Collegiate and came to University in 1948. Subjects taken include Botany, Zoology and Chemistry. alter graduation. Vera N. L. Zarowski Winnipeg. Attended Isaac Newton High School and entered University in 1945. Biochemistry option ot Chemistry Honors. Has partic- ipated in tennis and bowling. ln- tends to take up chemical research in the future. Fifth Year Honors Page 208 Camera-Shy Grads Fourth Year General Carl Brynko Portage la Prairie. Attended Portage Collegiate and came to University in 1945. Chemistry, Physics, Geology and Maths. Served as Gnr. in the Army for tive years, four of them overseas. Married, but no family. Wants to continue studies in Chemistry. Fourth Year General Kenneth A. Robertson Montreal. Graduate ot Montreal High School. Botany, Biochemistry, Zoology and Bacteriology. Extra- curricular activities include golfing, swimming and fhorrorsll gambling. Served several years in Europe as Pte. in the Army. Ultimate tate: digging ditches. r P CIEIICE SCIENCE, the largest faculty on the U. of M. campus, has had a very successful year in every phase of extra-curricular activities. The Science Students' Council, sparked by the enthusiasm that our capable Senior Stick Bob Robertson imparted to each member, has functioned to the best of its ability to make this year rich and eventful. This was not done without the efforts of our Lady Stick, Priscilla Rayner, who has been all that a Lady Stick should be plus more, as well as the work of Doug Ackland, President of Men's Athletics and Maurice Young, Social Chairman. Our male athletes, maintaining the athletic standards of last year when they won the Intramural Trophy, chalked up their first victory in the Tabloid Track and Field Meet. Our six-man rugby team, however, didn't fare so well, losing out to the Meds on an "off day." A good turn-out was seen in soccer with Science producing four teams in which the two Senior teams reached the finals of their respective leagues. An outstanding hockey team, convened by Sam luravsky, showed many thrilling games, as Well as Science's basketball teams who also made a very favourable showing. There were more laughs than wins in the volleyball league but everyone had lots of fun. Gur swimming team was again outstanding as well as our ski team with Ken Wallace again upholding Science's honors. Another winter sport, curling, again held a successful year. All credit for this years showing in Athletics CUVIUES 4 4 goes to Doug Ackland and his hard-working convenors. ln Girls' Athletics a good participation was also shown. Track and field, volleyball and basketball were all favorite sports of Science girls. Curling was also a well supported activity, and a good calibre of playing and sportsmanship was shown in all Science sports, except perhaps hockey, enough said. A good year was had by all thanks to the work done by our Girls' Athletic Chairman, Lya Iohanson. The Social activities of the faculty were highlighted by the Freshie Banquet and Dance, and the Grads Farewell. Gur 190 freshmen attending the Banquet were wel- comed by Prof. Leach, Hon. Pres. of Science and Shirley Thorkelson, our Freshie Queen candidate, was introduced to the admiring throng. Science Grads were wined and dined at the Fort Garry Hotel at the expense of the Science Students' Association. The Science stag was reinstated and proved a great success while our Ladies' Club retaliated by holding a Hen Party to initiate the freshettes and a Grads Luncheon in the spring. Something new was added this year in the form of a formal dance at a downtown hotel. However, the informal parties held in our spacious Men's Common Room proved just as great a success. Yea, we've had a grand year together, and now we'll say farewell to our graduating students and wish them all success in the years to come. c0o ? Page 209 I' x'-N.. 5 ' . 62-35 if .. i S W Y -1'1 -.'w ,. n Science Candids Poge 210 Over 3,600 Users of Clean . . . Safe . . . Fire Free RESIDENTIAL CENTRAL HEATING NO FIRE u NO DUST Q NO DIRT 0 NO ASHES No Worry Northern Public Service Corp'n Ltd. - Winnipeg Heating Co. Ltd. 1120 DORCHESTER AVE. Walter J. Macdonald G. H. Carr I b Ward W. Mcvey F. J. Tibbs J. F. K l S. B. Laing: Peebleselieilly J. R. Parker G. N. 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SAVE TIME AND MONEY - - - SHOP DOWNTOWN 493 Portage Phone WINNIPEG BOOK STORE 36 485 ca-T Page 2l l SCHOOL CF SCCIAL WCRK .1 4g-,gr -if W an M Wx Ji. xg F H Q qw , Ashlyn M W if 4.3 V 1 W" ,W N 395 K I Z if if Y mm Q fu Wai hawk as Q .1 Q E.. an fe N 59' 5- s F wa. V vt x ,a me ,- Q Y ' as at ,X iff Q affix Qi 3 ii- x W SV? Af Q UNTER 5 4 'iw C. E. Smith IVLA., B.Sc., D.Paed., F.B.Ps,S. Director of School of Social Work AS YOU LEAVE the University behind you, you will enter a world which shows many signs of needing desperately the kind of services your training has fitted you to give. The forces which are mobilized against man's self-determination and which seek to stultify his self-development are subtle and universal. ln working to combat them you will need not only skill and knowledge, but patience, s-2 cm Page 214 understanding, and a willingness to give freely of yourself. There are no glittering awards to be won. Your reward will be that in learning to know more of life you will yourself more fully live. The faculty of the School of Social Work salute you who are about to live. We wish you every success and happiness in your chosen career. Francis S. May Winnipeg. B.A., 1950, United. Served four and a half years in R.C.A.F., much of it as a P.O.W. in Germany. Discharged in 1945 with the rank of FXG. Class Pres., and occasional benefactor of all those with transportation difficulties. Takes a keen interest in sports, particularly curling. Hopes eventually to take his M.S.W. Degree. Margaret D. Caplette Winnipeg. B.Sc. 1-l.Ec., 1950. Holds the long green in utter contempt, having served in the Pay and Accounts section, R.C.A.F. En- tered University in 19465 received Home Economics Degree in 1950, Expresses great interest in modern art, period architecture and stray kittens. Marg's post B.S.W. plans are indefinite. Elizabeth S. F idler Selkirk, Man. B.A., Manitoba, 1950. Our witty and sophisticated B. Sz G. Rep., who is also Vice-Chairman of the F.G.C.C. A proud descendant of the old Red River blue blood. A frustrated pre-medder whose in- terest in medicine has been renewed in another manner. ls doing her placement at the Family Bureau. Margaret E. Goodman Wellwood, Man. B.A,, Brandon College, 1949. Marg's deep dark past reveals at least one lsbister Scholarship, four medals Knot warl, a deep driving thirst for supple- mentary reading and an avid in- terest in the S.C.M. Reputed to know all the males in Commerce. Geraldine M. Hamilton Winnipeg. BA., 1949, St. Mary's. An engaging manner and a lovely soprano voice combine to make Gerry a popular and busy young woman. She is domestically in- clined-cooks, sews her own chic berets and hats and arranges flowers. Says she intends to become a Psychiatric Social Worker. Claire M. Lillington Winnipeg. B.A., 1950, U. of M. Claire is the first woman Pres. of the Board of Music. Has been a mem- ber of the Glee Club and Choral Society for the last four years, and has held numerous official positions. Her talents are not entirely musicalg lately she has acquired a "dis- criminating medical student." Gloria Atnikov Winnipeg. B.A., Manitoba, 1950. Group Work Placement at the Active in lota Alpha Pi Sorority in her University years. Social Chair- man, 1947-4B5 Vice-Pres., 1948-495 Pres., 1949-50. Gloria's burning ambition in life is to build groupsg uncertain as to whether this includes matrimony or more Social Work. Marion Ruth Clark CB.A.1 Brandon College, 1947. Weyburn, Sask. lnterested in Psy- chiatrists, Neurotics and dependent personalities. Classes herself as the outdoor type and says she looks divine in jodpurs. lnterested in "damp" parties and can usually be found arguing with Mo Schwartz. Will return to Sask. after grad. and practice Psychiatric Social Work. Margot D. Good Regina, Sask. B.A., "U" of Sask., 1950. Has been active in all ac- tivities on the U. of S. Campus and her enthusiasm has been very wel- come in the School of Social Work. ls doing her placement at the C.A.S. after which Margot hopes to return to Regina. Medicine and Social Work urge her to stay in Winnipeg. Margaret S. Hall Winnipeg. B.A., United College, 1950. A warm smile and even temperament characterize this svelte blonde. Margaret is doing her place- ment at the Family Bureau. A trip to Europe this summer gave her a late start, but she managed to acquire good friends and good marks. Margaret A. Killick Winnipeg. B.A., 1950, United. Group worker at the Y.W.C.A. who also finds time to lead a Girl Guide Group. Took two courses in group work at the University of Wisconsin this summer, and is avidly in- terested in anything concerned with Social Work. President of Alpha Phi Sorority, 1949-50. Florence M. Lyon Brandon, Man. B.A., Brandon College. Poised and sophisticated, she surprises all when they find that she is an excellent square dance caller. With her contagious laugh and brisk, efficient manner this gal should go far in any branch of Social Work which she may choose after graduation. Page 215 Page I8 EZ? Dr. I. H. Stewart Reid Honorary President U.M.S. U. Marion Muchnik Winnipeg. B.A., 1947, U. of M. Usually the centre of all riotous groups, Marion is a tine "Social type", Spent three years in gaining wordly experience at various jobs. ls doing her placement at the C.A.S. and hopes to work with "little people" after graduation. Future includes either a MSW. or M.A.S. Adeline Penner tMrs .1 tB.A.1 1949, U. of M. Winnipeg. The only married gal in the class and therefore the envy of all spinsters. Besides having a husband this girl also sports a car of ancient vintage. The latter is the cause of much frustration on Addie's Part and is the only thing which ruffles her calm disposition. A Group Worker ot no mean note. Morris Schwartz tB.A.l Winnipeg. "Mo" usually wanders around in a comatose con- dition muttering "problems" that he must straighten out. One of them is that he is the only male at the Family Bureau and the brunt of all attack. Preference for either blondes or brunettes. He is a constant talker with a sly, witty sense of humor. Adelynne M. Sneizek Winnipeg. B.A., St. Mary's. Mind and wit always in top form. Taking her B.A. she divided her vivacious brunette self between St. Paul's and St. Mary's5 myriad extra curricular activities. This girl is a colorful ad- dition to the Protection Dept. of the C.A.S. Samuel Stern Winnipeg. B.A., 1950, United. Handsome, dashing, ladies' man. Prefers his women 5'9" and over. A cheerful package, with a repetoire of rebald jokes and a masterful ludo hold. Same is doing his placement at the C.A.S., where he's keeping his feminine co-workers on the straight and narrow. Shirley A. Urssel Winnipeg. B.A., 1950, United. Social Work's starry athlete and Faculty Athletic Rep. Well quali- fied for this position with her back- ground of Varsity basketball, volley- ball and hockey. Her experience in working with children at the C.A.S. and pleasing personality should qualify her admirably for a career of domesticity. Page 216 ,gi kg, gl. 4-4-i Helen Olasker tB.A.1 U. of M., 1950. Winnipeg. A lock of blue-eyed innocence be- lies a clever brain and a quick wit. Plans for the future are indefinite but she shows a great affinity for Post-Graduate Artsmen and trucks, Our guess is that her future will include both. Theresa A. Prowse Bengough, Sask. B.A., 1948, U. of task. Worked with the Dept. of Social Welfare in Regina and some fatal attraction is carrying her back atter graduation. Blue-eyed in- nocence belies a tiendish sense of humor in this case. Active in curl- ing and basketball. Mary Jane Shortill Winnipeg. B.A., 1950, United. Divides her time between the Choral Society and the Glee Club. As Co-social Rep. this year "M.1." is forever using her group work tactics on the class. Plans tor the future include travel and the consolidation of group work with the teaching profession. Shirley B. Spigelman Winnipeg, B.A., 1950, U. of M. Best party thrower and most popular girl in Social Work. Family have been known to leave town, giving Shirley sole possession of the car and a large house. Member of lota Alpha Sorority. May be quoted as saying that her future includes a career only. .l . Victor Thompson Winnipeg. B.A., 1950, U. of M. A member of the Choral Society for five years and this year is Pres. Also, by popular demand, Co-social Rep. for Social Work. A former telegraphist in the Navy, Vic is still operating. Has his eye on foreign fields after graduation. D. Roy Wilson Winnipeg. B.A., 1950, United. Happily married to an English lass. A veteran, Roy still has faith in his fellow men-enters Social Work this year after B.Aing at United. A staunch member of the Male Debat- ing Societyp likes curling and fol- lows all sports. Roy is the con- scientious type and a nice guy to know. Patricia M. Woolley Winnipeg. B.A., 1950, United. Pat is an ex-servicewoman, a Major in the C.W.A.C. A great asset to Social Work, her conscientiousness and capabilities have been carried into Welfare Work. Considering splitting her personality to distribute herself among lectures, clients at the Child Guidance Clinic, and her many friends. Harold Zukerman Winnipeg. B.A., l950, United. Gay Lothario in our midst, whose smile melts the heart of any female. Another group worker who is firmly convinced that he has chosen the best course on earth. A certain blonde female professor has some- thing to do with this opinion. Doing his placement at the Y.M.H.A. it Q it Z! f, -- V Camera-Shy Grads Max Cohen fB.A.D United College, l949. Win- nipeg. This man with a past has a partiality for blondes, brunettes, red- heads of what have you? The more mentionable past includes a bout with the R.C.N.V.R. and various interesting jobs all over the country. Ambition is to receive M.S.W. in Group Work and launch upon a career offering solace with dollars and cents. Yvonne P. McRorie Winnipeg. B.A., 1950, United. A top-notch student, she has held many official positions in her University years. Social Work Rep. to the U.M.S.W.g a member of Alpha Phi Sorority, sung with the Choral Society for three years, an accom- plished pianist. Doing placement at the Childrens Aid Society. Percy Abrams CB.A.l fl-lonsi l950, U. of M. Winnipeg. An ex l?.C.A.F. of three years standing, Percy's University years are studded with innumerable official positions. He has an engag- ing grin and has confessed to having "libido for seven men." This, obvi- ously, accounts for his popularity among the feminine section of the class. Intends to seek a M.S.W. Betty Petryk CB.A.D St. Mary's, l948. Winnipeg. Can frequently be heard cursing her inhibitions. However, Bet is a wel- come addition to the Student Colony at the Family Bureau and can usually be counted upon to endorse any party going. Intends to marry a gentleman of means and settle down to a pleasant life of domesticity. Alstair D. Ross Winnipeg. B.A., 1950, United. Tall, blonde and then some. ln Q.O.H.C. reserve-looks wonderful in kilts. Applications for Mothers' allowance are increased l00U2, since Al began his placement there. A good loser, and hence an inveterate customer of the lost and found, his ambition in life is to lose fifty pounds. Page 217 ST. JOHN'S CCLLEGE W . V- -M 3 Nx NX ' ,... A A MX' N Q a ix REQ QSQXER RX' if mf, 4 Q 4 4 Q Hunrea ST. lOl'lN'S COLLEGE has established a tra- dition of Christian fellowship in learning. Here Arts and Science students intermingle with men who are studying to make the Ministry of the Church their life vocation, and daily opportunities for prayer and medition enable all students to develop their spiritual resources while they apply their minds to their special areas of study. Cur smaller student body makes possible a high degree of personal association between members of the Faculty and the Student Body, and academic problems are dealt with as they arise. The values of such association are far Page 220 V Laurence F. Wilmot B.A., B.D., lVI.C. Warden of St. John's College in excess of anything which might be shown on examination papers and will be seen rather in the greater degree of adjustment to the whole of life. To the graduates of l95l I would say that it has been good to have had the association of this past year with you. I shall watch with interest your advance in the profession of your choice and feel confident that the spirit of fellowship in learning which has been exemplified here will be an inspiration to you as you set out to make your contribution to the life of tomorrow. Robert F. Brown Winnipeg, Man. Attended Kelvin. Present Senior Stick. He was Presi- dent ot athletics at the College 1949- 50 and Sec.-Treas. ot the Winnipeg Cricket Club for two years. Also played basketball. He is a veteran, having served tour years in the Army. lntends finishing science course and get settled in parish work. Archibald E. Bowker Edmonton, Alta. Took his high school there and entered Theology in 1946. He has been on the exec- utive ot the Fellowship ot St. lohn's tor three years. ln the Air Force tor tour and a halt years. Married and intends to be ordained by the Bishop of Edmonton for work in the ministry. I ack G. Gibbons Gibbons, Alta. Took his high school in Edmonton and entered St. 1ohn's in 1946. He was U.M.S.U. Rep. tor two years and Editor of the lohnian. Played basketball and curled. A veteran of the R.C.N.V.R. wherein he served for two years. lntends to obtain deaconate and priesthood in Edmonton diocese. Walter H. I ones Rivers, Man. He entered St. lohn's from Norwood Collegiate and the college school. Has held the O'Meara Prize and the positions ot U.M.S.U. Rep., 1948-495 Senior Stick, 1949-50 and Sec.-Treas., 1950- 51. Sports: hockey, basketball, rugby. lntends to do rural parish work in Manitoba. Alex K. Morphy Winnipeg, Man. Came up through the ranks of the College school. Served in the Air Force for three years then re-entered St. lohn's. Held the positions of U.M.S.U. Rep. and Vice-Stick at the College. Married and has two boys. lntends to minister in the Church of England. 3 Reginald N. Alcock Rimbey, Alta. Took his high school in Calgary before entering Theology in 1948. He is a veteran, served three years in the Air Force in Canada and England. Reg is not married Cyetj and hopes to com- mence parish work shortly. Raymond T. Clennett Calgary, Alta. Attended high school and entered St. lohn's in 1948. He was President ct Canterbury Club 1950-51. Served three years in the Army, and intends to serve as a minister in the Diocese ot Edmonton. Michael Hankinson Born in England, he came to St. lohn's from Saskatchewan where he took his high school. Entered the college in 1939, and was in the Army. Received his B.A. in 1949. He receives his Lth. this spring and intends to do mission work in the diocese ot Rupertsland. John C. Martinson Kenora, Ont. He received his high school there. l-le held the O'Meara Award, 1949: the MacDonald Award, 1949, and the Thom Medal, 1950. Was Sec.-Treas. ot the Fellowship of St. lohn from 1948 to 1950. A veteran Cmarriedlg intends doing Indian work at York Factory as a missionary priest. Ronald I . Parsons Winnipeg, Man. Ron attended Kelvin and entered St. lohn'S in 1946. He participates in Ir1OSf sports. He is a veteran ot the R.C.N.V.R. and is married. His intentions are to serve as a Christian Missionary. Page 221 ?.' I If Pin St. John! College Canclids u ' 1 Page 222 'iiqn Pithladn, Hnskin, Grundy, Bennest X Drummond-Hay PITBLADO, I-IOSKIN, MCEWEN, ALSAKER, HUNTER 8 SWEATMAN Bar-riste'rs :Q Solicitors Cable Address 'tCamfords" Isaac Pitblado, K.C., LL.D. E. B, Pitblado, K.C., B.A. lOxonJ. A. Erskine Hoskin, K.C., B.C.L. W. E. McEwen, K.C. H. P. Grundy, K.C. O. S. Alsaker E. H. Bennest, K.C. D. Nicholson H. R. Drummond-Hay, K.C. G. R. Hunter Alan Sweatrnan HAMILTON BUILDING, VVINNIPEG, MANITOBA ti i -fffffs-In-.... , A I 'y Qu" uf V, ,L gli fag Laird, Maclnnes, Bufbiage, iw: Hetlwerington, Allison 84 Campbell BARRISTERS, soLIc1ToRs, Etc. D, H. L- ' -11, K.C., LL.D. J. o. A112 CARRY Und SAVE STORES R. B. Miglnnes, K.C. R. w. Carillseil 9815 Mon mn' F. M. Burbidge, K.C. C. M. Maclnnes 50 510355 E. G. Hetherington A. C. Findlay 5 535012 '81 ro sltrimnvou S. D. Milne 0 S Victory Building. 333 Main sn-ees , PIIOIIO 37 261 WINNIPEG, CANADA N Pol! The ROYHL FILEXHTIDRH l1as played host to many gatherings of tliisl-.f year's graduating classes. It will long be remembered as the traditional centre of student social activity. Eff It is our wislm that manitoba's 1951 grads will continue to remember the "Hlex" in years to come. Tl-ie Royal Fllexandra's Facilities and services add much to every social event and business meeting. Page 223 ST. MARY'S CO L LEG E 3 ,idx ,JJ 1 1 f ., I I f v . 1 N f . 1 f , v-"?vfl..r xxx, 7 ' v 14 x kff' A' M, pf 1355529525 ww Arthur V. Mauro President U.M.S.U. - HE 32nd year of U.M.S.U.'s existence is drawing to a close. It has been an event- ful one. Broadway ceased to exist and with its death the student body gained a degree of unity but lost an excellent meeting place. The year has seen another step towards unification at Fort Garry. Our offices moved into the new Students' Building and U.M.S.U. meetings previously conducted in the Broad- way Canteen were forced to make a "grand tour" of the University from Fort Garry to St. lohn's College. With the movement to Fort Garry the whole question of downtown Colleges, fees, etc., de- manded attention and your Council has set up a Commission to draft recommendations to be forwarded to the Board of Governors. Student enrollment began to level off after the astronomical figures of the immediate post war years. The result was a decreased budget and the necessity of careful financing. lf fees remain the same during the next few years there must be a careful planning of activities and a still more careful supervision of expenditures. The students here at Manitoba have an enviable heritage in the degree of self- government permitted. At no time through- out the year has the administration interfered with any aspect of the student extra curricular field. In fact, the success of many of our plans was due to the whole hearted co-opera- tion of the governing body. It is imperative Q 'Q Y ,." . . that these good relations be continued and this demands sane and business-like conduct on the part of not only student leaders, but also the student body at large. This year with its many accomplishments is a tribute to the University and the com- munity at large. lt is to the -members of the council, to the administration, to our many kind friends in the community, that we of the student body extend our sincere and grateful thanks. As your President it has been a constant honour and privilege to serve you and represent you-may your years at Manitoba be both successful and enjoyable and may they be but heralds of happier and more prosperous years to come. Page l9 2. wf RosE M.ARlE PLATZER MARGARET ENGLISH MARIE TERESA SHEEHAN JOAN BERNARD . AUDREX' KERR ANNE BURBA ANNE MARIE MCCONNELL ANTIONETTE JACHETTA HILDEGARDE CONNOLLH' JEANETTE RUNGE , RUTH Woons Lady' Suck V155 Snck Senmr U.M.S.U. junior U.M.S.U. Press Rep. Brown and Gold , W.A. Drama Festwal Spam Rep. Debating Socml Rep. Nlary's College Council Page 227 ff ,mp 1-9 Rose Marie Platzer Humboldt, Sask. Lady Stick, 1950- 51, takes History, Sociolcgy, English, lunior U.M.S.U. Rep., 1949-50, Press Rep., 1947-48, Newman Club Coun- cil, 1949-50, Cheerleader. Sports: curling, track, tennis, bowling, , volleyball, hockey. Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. lntends to enter Law. Jennie Lechman Winnipeg, Man. Takes English, History, Government, Philosophy. She is a member of Gamma Rho Kappa, plays volleyball and basket- ball. Has an interest in Medicine i but plans on entering the Schocl ot Social Work. Marilyn Mazur Elma, Man. Takes English, History, ,3- French, Scholastic Philosophy. Be- "' ' Ware. . , longs to the Newman Club. Plans 1- to be a Social Worker or a Librarian. Noted for her ability to miss classes and yet manage to pass clear. Mary Teresa Sheehan Winnipeg, Man. Her course in- cludes English, Latin, Maths and Scholastic Philosophy. Vice-Stick, 1949-50, Sodality Prefect, 1949-50, Senior U.M.S.U. Rep., 1950-51. Member of the Newman Club. lrish sense ot humour, minus temper. Heading for Education. Frances P. White Winnipeg, Man. Takes Latin, Phi- losophy, Government, Sociology. Plays volleyball, basketball and hockey. ls a cheerleader, Alpha Phi Sorority. Plans post-graduate work in music. She really travels- from St. Mary's to St. Paul's to United and finally The Grey Cup Final! Page 223 ......a" rdf? 4,,,r -r Joyce Ketchen Winnipeg, Man. Taking English, History, Sociology and Scholastic Philosophy. Member ot the New- man Club and Sec.-Treas. ot St. Mary's, 1950-51. Alpha Delta Pi, curling and engineering. Hopes to teach kindergarten. Summertime, Play-Ground Supervisor. Eileen Lebbetter Winnipeg, Man. Takes English, Latin, Scholastic Philosophy, Sociol- ogy. WA. Rep., 1947-48, Brown and Gold Rep., 1949-50. Member of the Newman Club, Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. lntends to be a Medical Librarian. Spends her summers at Lal-ze Louise. Mary Patricia O'Day Winnipeg, Man. English, French, Latin and Scholastic Philosophy. Member of the Newman Club, Press Rep. for St. Mary's, 1949-50, Students' Relations Rep., 1950-51. Takes an inactive part in sports. Alter receiving her BA. she intends to take a secretarial course. Margaret Stephenson Wabowden, Man. Takes an avid interest in French, and also studies English, Latin and Maths. Press Rep., 1948-49, star goalie on the hockey team Cstill can't skatel-also bowls and curls. Marg's plans for the future include Education or Medicine. Ruth Woods Winnipeg, Man. Takes English, French, Latin and Maths. Sec.- Treas., 1949-50, Social Convenor, 1950-51. A staunch member of the Newman Club. Participates in volleyball, basketball and bowling. Will enter the faculty of Education. St. Maryys College Candids Pge 9 00" ST. PAUL'S COLLEGE , .. ..... .: 2: e: - ' Avwrwzw' .. ,, , A L, m wwffw-fxw, X. ' .. WWW ,, , , , 5 Q . K. -Q , Q: 1 Nm-gmx ,, W Wm. ., MM, , ,4 w XWM. . , ff--k' v aq:':,i,:l,fV'v as X 'WHA WW - . - K "WM y W 55. 3 fwfr " m f, , Q V, 4 Y-rw' - ' L x J... , fag :',,',,f-,gg.7 '? K' N N .:,,.g: ,- wg- - 9 1155-. f X Q f:.,,: - ' k ' 39, ,, 5551: ,, VV .,.. T L- -xx .A A ,iv I. P. Monaghan, SJ. ' Rectoq St. PauI's College .I Xxwf . .1 M WE M"'Md ll THE PARCHMENT you hold in your hands and to which is affixed the seal of your University, symbolizes more than an aca- demic rank. lt is a sign of advanced training in the ways of righteous life and living. Not merely scholarship but especially character gives the folded document its worth. lt may not have seemed to you that your education carried you along the way of formation in character. You will, however, recall that insistance was made on the use of elements in education which develop the will, application to work, coordination of efforts towards a purpose, initiative, energy and perseverance in solving difficulties, acceptance of responsibilities and the faithful -f fYss :0p Page 232 discharge of these. The discipline gained therefrom and the added checks and controls of authority provided a unifying, cohesive force. You now look out on the horizon of the little world that welcomes you. As men of character, you will place that stamp on all you do. Be true to ideals formed! Be men, not for yourselves only but for others, for God, for country and the service of your fellowmen! Have the courage of your con- victions! Love responsibilities for they de- velop in you a triple respect, for God, for others and for yourself. The acceptance of responsibility gives grandeur and dignity to character. Robert Bennett Winnipeg, Man. Attended St. Paul's High School winning the Manitoba Brewers' and Hotelkeepers' Bursary, 1947-48. Sodality Pretect, 1949-50, and Editor of the "Crusader". Present Senior Stick. N.F.C.U.S. Seminar Delegate from Manitoba, 1950. Course: English, History, liatin, Philosophy. lntends to study aw. John Grenon Winnipeg, Man. Attended St. Paul's High School. John will long be re- membered in the "hallowed halls", for his unfailing good-will towards all. Uncertain concerning future but has leanings towards accounting. Newman Club, Loyola Club. Course: History, French, Philosophy, Government. Bernard Hofley Winnipeg, Man. High School at St. Paul's. St. Paul's Junior and Senior U.M.S.U. Rep., 1947-49. Social Convenor, 1949-50. During his College years Ben has played hockey and basketball. Also a mem- ber ofthe U.N.T.D. Course: English, History, Government Philosophy. Jacob Platzer Humboldt, Sask. Attended High School at St. Peter's College iMen- nsterj and Humbolt Collegiate. Jacob is an expert at curling and also a bridge enthusiast. He plans to study Law at the U. of Sask. Course: English, Government, Philosophy, History. Anthony Pittarelli Winnipeg, Man. Attended Daniel Mclntyre High School. Tony was with us for his final year only and during his brief stay was found to be quiet and demure. He does not dis- close his intentions as to the future. Course: English, French, Latin, Philosophy. .5 ,.u-"' v'f5' J. Claire Audet Norwood, Man. Attended St. 1ohn's Collegiate. Chairman of the Guest Speaker for the Newman Club. Athletics: fencing. Claire is unigue in being the only lady graduate of St. Paul's this year. lntends entering the School of Social Work. Course: Government, Philosophy, Sociology, English. John Currie Winnipeg, Man. High school at St. Paul's. "Important" member of the Manitoban staff. Reporter, 1949-50 and Make-up Editor, 1950-51. John is Sec.-Treas. of the Students' Council and an active participant in debating and basketball from 1948- 50. Course: English, Government, Philosophy, Latin. William Hanley Port Arthur, Ont. High school at St. Michael's College, Toronto. A star on the Junior Varsity basketball team, 1948-49, emerging top scorer of the league. St. Paul's inter- faculty basketball team. Social Convenor, 1948-49. Bill intends to study Petroleum Engineering in the U.S.A. Course: Mathematics, English, Government, History. George Murphy Winnipeg, Man. Attended St. Paul's High School. His tact and per- sonality make him the ideal Social Convenor tor 1950-51. George is a good man on the basketball floor. He plans to enter the field of Social Service. Course: English, History, Philosophy, Sociology. Page 233 -RESUME The year 1950-1951 will go down in history as one the students will long remember for the outstanding achievements and the fine school spirit prompted. Freshman Week initiated the newcomers and revived the Seniors to the hum of University life. ln athletics, St. Paul's, traditionally con- sistent leaders again led the field in inter- faculty sports. Despite the comparatively small enrollment, bowling, curling and volley- ball were revived and the teams in these sports acquitted themselves well. Our foot- ball, basketball, hockey and rifle teams were again indicative of the College's high stand- ing in University athletics. We won the Stunt Trophy in its first year of annual competition and this trophy is now on display in our Common Room. The College again conducted the most instructive and successful open forum on the Page 234 University campus and displayed again the same high standards in inter-faculty debating that have made St. Paul's a respected team in that field of endeavour. Although the Drama group staged no major production this year, the skit submitted to Varsity Varieties was an excellent one. Tea-dances, formals, and student-faculty parties all were a tremendous success. The student-faculty party was a new idea in- troduced by this year's council. The Grad's Farewell was again the highlight of the social year. Finally our sincerest thanks to Father Monaghan, our Rector, to Father Lahey, our Dean of Studies, to Father McWalters, our Bursar, and to the Council for their advice and generous assistance in all student undertakings. ' P St. Paul's Activities 4 ' Debating Basketball -Man Football Soccer WLM- ,,1 Page 20 4? 'gem ARTHUR V. MAURO President WALTER Dow:-IAN VicefPres1dent f Q ' 'Q ,,..f CY WHITTAKER, Publzc Relatnons HAROLD BUCHNVALD The Mammban HELEN BARRIER Permanent Secretary a x QQ wtf, nt? ARDEN HAX'NE5 . Treasurer WILLIAM NORRIE Secretary AUDREY MAHON Women's Association FINE ARTS x E Q I Q e FOR many generations Universities and Colleges throughout the world have given increasing emphasis to the l'practical", to vocational training, the ways and means of earning a living. An inevitable consequence of this emphasis has been a certain amount of intellectual and emotional sterility, an in- ability to understand and appreciate the meanings and values of the living that was thusly earned. I should never advocate the revival of the old classical curricula, as a few schools have done, as an antidote for this -LOD Page 238 William Ashby McC'Ioy Dean of Fine Arts situation for this is an escape in a sense to solutions of the past that will not fit our current needs. lt is encouraging, however, to note that so many educational institutions, such as the University of Manitoba has done in 1950, are now offering their students the oppor- tunity to study the Arts, which are by defini- tion not practical in emphasis but which can in their understanding contribute so much to the sense of fullness of experience, to a feeling of significance of living. 9 Pj Q59 Gbqxogvxs mucho sexi? 5194 .ve?:' NX 4 6609 QJWN evf'5c1iY'gQS2'iWl1 mlisxxllxmgw s gr, 0 215103 at Bon abmijgsmzns P, 5 e 50 ogcugogxiod O Y 001 kwa 06 , ir i i 0010201 into . QV The aides WX Y-10v . GWB' A o Hudson Bay 9 l ining and Smelting Co., Limited Producers of Copper - Zinc - Gold Silver - Cadmium Selenium and Tellurium O Mine and Metallurgical Plants F LIN FLON MANITOBA O Hydro Electric Plants ISLAND FALLS SASKATCHEWAN 2 Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Co., Limited Incorporated under The Dominion Companies Act December 27, 1927. g,-,,g.,,,, P ge 239 UNITED COLLEGE r, H ,N K 1, , M, M- 41- 72 mf.wf9,'xv:xxsf:,?:x'KezmSfxv'amlasEx-YLw2x1bKsi0,e12fsSw'Zwswws, ff-X A Owwwwf ff-wx Q ff vwx 0 .W f4Q,,,Q-MW mfr! ,..-1.0M . , ,,f f- f W X . . -IL -L,-2-W k - MM-- 's 'R T0 THE GRADS PAUL W. HUNTER :5 -"'...,'i 7 ziv' M '- J 'L 5 '-fv-1-0: . 5 F f ..f",2 5 , 1.-"S: A41 g bzia ' N-ri 1-1 -.-13,11----Q :Wiz N. ......v,..,,,,,,,,, .. M.. V' WW l Q M" ' 00 A , 'W' X1 W ,NNW WWW I NUM ml my NW ,M H 51 :H Q1 il ' T illfi F351 + Q IAPPRECIATE this opportunity to bid you Godspeed as you pass from active mem- bership in our College community into the greater body to those who do honor to it in useful, and in many cases distinguished, careers in the wider sphere outside its bounds. Here we have not sought to train you tor any particular vocation but only to mature your mind, broaden your vision, and deepen your understanding ot the challenge with which lite confronts you. lt has been said that one of the greatest needs of our times is to multiply the number ot persons who are capable ot "weaving the problems and materials ot the modern world into a recognizable pattern by which in- baafilii W' "' W. C. Graham PrincipaL United College dividuals may take their bearings tor a tull and responsible life". Progress in technics, tor which our age will be justly famed, can only be consolidated for human advantage when there is achieved an ordering ot lite which is oriented on those values which have withstood the tests ot time and change. To help bring that about is the most urgent and the most eminently practical task before the world in the period in which your adult lite will be lived. My prayer for you, one and all, no matter how you may make your living, is that you may grow in the capacity to see lite as a whole and in the ability to humanize the values in whatever particular social context you may be called upon to live and work. Vox MR. WM. WIIITE. . HARVEY REMPELW JO RILEYY. KEITH COOPERP BARRY MCCORQUODALEP HAROLD BUSH.. .... .. . DOUG PARKER, . CHARLES -IACKSONP. . HUGH MURRAY:k,. . RAE HARRIS . DON DENISON MURD MAOKAYEK.. .. . . . SHIRLEY IRVINW AND DONNA MUNROE4' ALBERT SOHACHTER. . . . . BOE WILSONP.. .. . . Honorary President Senior Stick . Lady Stick Treasurer Secretary Debating . Theatre Current Affairs Athletics Social Building Fund . Publicity Handbook . Men's Club DICK SCHOUTEN3 JOYCE ROBERTSON CYRIL BEHARRYY DOUG LACHLAN Brown GW' Gold Rep. W.A. Senior Rep. junior Rep. BETTY MAJOR, PEO ANDERSON? AND JOAN CHRISTIE FRED MCNALL1' JIM PERRY. . Presidents and VicefPresidents 4th Year. 3rd Year. .. 2nd Year.. .. . Coed Council Pres. of 'Theology V.P. of 'Theology BOB WlLSONlq, BETTY IRDEX JOHN MEDLAND, ARLIE WELSH HART DEVENNEY, PAT BEATTY lst Year. . RANDY MOI-IAMMED, NORMA JONSON Collegiate . GORDON POLLACK, LYNNE SHAW AND MALCOLbi MACASKlL.L 'Graduating llnited College Council c0:7+-W Page 245 EXECUTI REPUH WITH the publication of this issue of the Brown and Gold another year in the history of the U.M.S.U. has slipped by. In many ways this term of 1950-51 has been significant. In particular it has been significant insofar as we have seen the lunior and Senior Divisions con- solidated on the Fort Garry Campus. The Law School has received new quarters in the Law Courts Building itself and there have been innumerable building improvements at Fort Garry. The Spring Flood, which completely inundated the Fort Garry Campus, wrought havoc with many of the buildings and particularly with the gym floor of the new U.M.S.U. Building. A remarkable recovery took place and before classes were resumed in September most visible traces of the devastating damage had disappeared. The U.M.S.U. Building itself is nearing completion and if all goes well the Student Union portion will be completed by October, 1951. With United's fine new building under construction on the downtown site we may take it that, geographically at least, the University is as settled as it will ever be. Future Councils must continue to plan a program which takes all this into account. Then, too, this year we were confronted with the expected drop in enrol- ment and the consequent reduction in the monies available for an overall student program. This necessitated a much closer scrutiny both by Finance Committee and Council on all matters affecting the financial status of the student union. This responsibility was shared by Sub-Committee Chairmen who worked prodigiously to remain with their budgets. Gone, too, from Council were the last vestiges of the veteran element with their level-headed and more mature approach to the business of Student Govern- ment. In its place came a young and eager Council, not too experienced, but willing to learn. And learn they did, and well. For, with the financial situation as it was, Council and the sub-committees had to co-operate to the fullest. Council did its duty well and was a credit to the students Whom it represented. The Executive maintained its close contact with the University Administration through its fortnightly luncheons with President Gillson. The value of these meetings is inestimable both from the point of View of the administration and from the point of the Executive. They accomplished their purpose admirably. This year saw full support given to the National Federation of Canadian University Students by Manitoba and, both financially and in actual participa- tion, Manitoba upheld its obligations. Near the end of the year Council set up a special committee which will delve into the whole of such matters as the proposed revision of fees, the goals for future U.M.S.U. Councils and the real purpose and general aims of the U.M.S.U. itself. These, along with the proposed Student Loan service, and University Honor Society, are matters still pending final approval but in the interim they are being fully considered. Many thanks from the Executive go to all Council Members, Sub-Committee Chairmen and especially to the students themselves, with whom no event would have been successful, for an interesting, prosperous and memorable year. c0a--- Page 21 Harvey Irvine Rempel Carman, Man. Capable, likeable Senior Stick, Harv was a gift to United from Carman Collegiate lnstitute. Twice winner of a Mani- toba Scholarship, President of Third Year Council 19505 in his spare time, curling and skiing. For the future- Law or Government work. Norman Frank Cantor Winnipeg. Honors History with a Ph.D. in same for the future. Norm has held many Scholarships and Honors while at "U" including the Gold Medal, 1948. Chairman Cur- rent Affairs Club, 19505 Asst. to Dept. of History U.C. 1950 and Lecturer in lewish History, 1951. Marion R. Allenby Winnipeg. Marion is a Gordon Bell grad. who came to United in 1948. A loveable lass with a wonder- ful disposition. She has been active in the Choral Society for three years, as well as in the Young Peoples' United Group. Although unde- cided as to her future, we're sure that she will have every success. Evelyn V. B. Antonick Selkirk, Man. High School: Selkirk Collegiate. Studied Psychology, Sociology, Mathematics and English in her last year. This ambitious young lady intends to enter Law in the near future. Ivy Bennett Norwood, Man. High School: Glen- lawn Collegiate. Spent three and a half years as an Army Sergeant in Canada. English, Philosophy, His- tory, Sociology. lntends to enter Social Work. Norman F. Boyd Winnipeg. High School: Isaac Newton. Was President of his High School Alumni and active in inter- faculty basketball. A member of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. Sees a future for himself in Social Work. Page 246 -vs H452 ?" Q I-3""' . 05 , eh' :- ' -,7 ,. - - , .- I f I I 1 ,ps .,.w,gfr:f-i2Q3,,i . 0i, .:.-,. .E .V , gif- H , :..E...E:.J5f- - ., V Q., -x Sl wb fgf sf . VV ,-. f i gfwtglvz.,-s... -f 1. f f- 2 1 2. . . L .- Q9 . -. zz..-rims -,ly f . 1. 5 sie ' 10' , . . . x ,.., , 'ffl l ' ffl '-xi? "E f'--we ,-3-'-f . , . .,.- .. .,- Q .1 ...., . -' in . kv. Vu u ,n Q 1 to J - . i... in 1 -in - 4 CY"': flu I as wi' 5 sei.. L. 31.7-.E ' an I ,, ,... 1 I-'iq i 1 . K Wt.. Q 'ts 4 .1 ,'.. pi . ,Y .4 141.1 JM-. I. ski ti-is? ' -,:. . l.a,fI..,A!4 ig., Jin. - ui 'xii 1, i-, A I, 5 i . . ', l .si v ...,mg. , i is ' -E 4 lfhli - Q ' li '7 ff V Y , . W 7 Q i-gg". a i z - ' "rf ,iigggi i. ,- i .W -W 3. .,,. ., 4340 All Josephine C. Riley Winnipeg. Gay and charming Lady Stick of the College "lo" is a grad- uate of Riverbend School. Philos- ophy, Psychology, Sociology and Government. Active in sports, she has participated in volleyball, bowl- ing and hockey. For the future- Social Work. I ames W. G. Aitchison Deloraine, Man. lames is a former LAC of the R.C.A.F. and has spent four years in the United Kingdom, lndia and Ceylon. He has been taking History, Government and Statistics, and is intensely interested in teachingeand his wife. Margaret Jane Anderson Winnipeg. Margaret came to United in 1948 from D.M.C.l. She has been tireless in her efforts as Chairman of the U.C. Publicity Committee, and Vice-Pres. of Third Year. As yet, she is undecided as to the future but -well, it happens to the best of girls. Lots of luck, Marg. Fern Bartlett Winnipeg. We welcomed Fern back from her teaching escapade only to find her even more interested in Education. She has been brush- ing up on French, English and History--subjects that her students are sure to enjoy. Lots of luck, Fern. Cyril F. Beharry Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. High School: Naporima College. Held the Pres- bytery of Trinidad Scholarship and the Helen Jackson Bursary. Rep. to U.M.S.U. 11949-511 also Student Re- lations and Public Relations Rep. Member of Choral Society, United College Council C1949-511 and Dele- gate to Macalaster Conference, 1950. For the future: Theology. John C. Bjomson Winnipeg. High Schools: Gordon Bell and United. Studied English, Government, Sociology and History. Active in Choral Society and "Manitoban". Enjoys basketball, volleyball and swimming. A mem- ber of Phi Kappa Pi Fraternity. lntends to enter Law. Helen Brekke Winnipeg. High School: Gordon Bell. Subjects were English, Philo- sophy, Sociology and Religious studies. Art Editor of VOX, 1949-50. Has honorable intentions as to the future-so she says. Jerry A. Brodie Regina, Sask. The pep boy of the class. Jerry has had a finger in a lot of extra curricular pies-Choral Society, Y.M.C.A. and the U.C. track team on Field Days. He is also a member of the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. A sure success in social Work. Don. R. Carlson Winnipeg. High Schools: Lord Kitchener and U.C. Collegiate. Was in Rifle Club: member of Silver Y committee, and a Scout Master. Subjects were English, Sociology, Psychology and Religion. This cap- able young man will do Steamship Personnel Management after gradu- ation. John C. Cooper Winnipeg. High School: Kelvin. This R.C.A.F. veteran elected His- tory, Philosophy, Greek and Hebrew in his final year. Was Current Affairs for two years and partici- pated in mock Parliament for three. John intends to enter the Presby- terian Ministry. Married and has three children. Agnes M. Curran Winnipeg. Agnes came to Winni- peg from Ontario two years ago, and has been active in the l.V.C.F. and the Y.P. She skates, swims and plays tennis in between working at the Manitoba Clinic, doing everything in general and nothing in particular. What we wonder is, how does she manage to win Scholarships? Am- bition-Social Work. Cornelius Dirks North Kildonan, Man. "Corny" is a brave man. He says he's just a mediocre student, but nevertheless he is brave in setting foot on the campus while working for the W.E.Co. He debates, curls and plays baseball, but has one main ambition-to find a better paying job. If not-off to Korea. Hope you find the job, Corny. Donald B. Bridge Baldur, Man. High School: Baldur. Very active in lnter-Varsity curling and hockey. English, History, Psy- chology and Sociology. A member of the Delta Upsilon Fraternity. Donald intends to go into business after graduation. John L. Brook Winnipeg. John is another one of those lucky people who seem to be able to combine Scholarship with activity. An ardent debator: he is interested in politics and annually attends the "U" Parliament. He also manages, in between helping to count the U.M.S.U. funds, to win a few Scholarships, Ambition-Law. Shirley E. Chase Brunkild, Man. Coming to us in 1948 from Emerson, Shirley is a Scholarship and Gold Medal winner from way back. Always interested in what other people are doing. She can list among her many activities, The Choral Society, Chapel Choir, English, French, Music and Film Clubs. Although not sure of her future, she is thinking secondly of teaching and firstly of marrying a professor. James Keith Cooper Bienfait, Sask. ln between strug- gling with History and Government, James has found time to hold the position of Treasurer of U.C.S,A. and Secretary-Treasurer of U.C. Men's Residence. An all around fellow. We wish him luck with his P.G. in history. Sheila M. Davison Melville, Sask. A member of Alpha Phi, Sheila has taken active part in curling and music on the campus. She also seems to have an interest in Mathematics, something her two Scholarships are going to help her maintain. Ruth C . Dixon Winnipeg. High School: Daniel Mclntyre. Elected English, History, Psychology and Sociology in her last year. Member of the Choral Society C1947-481. Active in church work, and no wonder, as Ruth says, "she is a good wife to a good minister." Page 247 Robert F. Dyne Winnipeg. High School: St, lohn's College. Participates in baseball, curling and badminton outside Was in History Honors Course and intends to teach after graduation. Sheila R. Fishman The Pas, Man. A vivacious per- sonality, Sheila is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon. She has also taken part in the Choral Society and French Club, Her ambition-Social Worlzwwhat else ? Margaret I . Floyd Blue Bell, Sask. High School: Mehta Collegiate. Held the Mania toba Scholarship while at Took English, Government, Sociology and Psychology in her last year. lns definite as to her future plans. Ivan S. Gamble Didsbury, Alta. High School: Dids- bury. Studied English, History, Philosophy, Hebrew, Greek, Eco- nomics and Psychology. President of U.C. Choral Society C1949-505. Member of V.C.F., U.C. Chapel Choir and U.C. Male Quartet. Stu- dent minister, is married and intends to be a clegyman and professor of Theology. Harriet L. Greeves Birtle, Man. High School: Birtle Consolidated. French, English, Philosophy and Psychology. Held Manitoba Scholarship for two years. Staunch member of V.C.F. and the Canterbury Club: United Social Convenor. lntends to enter Social Work or teach school. Nina Gurowka The Pas, Man. A quiet lass who loves to sing and debate, as may be evidenced by her numerous par- ticipations in the Choral Society, Glee Club, Music Club and the Macalaster Conference. She also likes to curl. Lots of lucl-: in Educa- tion, Nina. Page 248 V s 1 .f ' M, .4 .,,.,A., ,., , Q i t ..,.. .. . . , . , fb' r 9, 5:14 .I gf' 7 9 ' i ' my 5.1-' ur! 3585 T-RHS .gsm- K' .1 17' VO' fav William John Dixon Winnipeg. William is one ot the more serious members of our class the's marriedl. Has won a Scholar- ship and worked as a student missionary, His main ambition-to have a B.A., BD., St.M., Ph.D. and DD. after his name and have a family. Leonard S. Evans Transcona, Man. Leonard is an- other one of those political fiends, taking active part in the C.C.U.F., the Mock Parliament, Debating Society and the C.C.F. Party. He also manages to get in a bit of curl- ing and orchestral work on the side. A future lawyer, we wish him all success. Marjorie A. Fulton Portage la Prairie, Man. Proud possessor of two Scholarships. Mar- jorie has also taken part in the Choral Society and the English and French Clubs. A keen wit has kept her going through four years of English Honors, and her ambition is to get through fifth year and then, oblivion. Patricia Golden David Gulbraa lean B. Hamblin Morris, Man. A member ofthe U.C, Choral Society and Chapel Choir. lean has also a Scholarship to her credit. She also belongs to the U.C. French Club. Her ambition is to take Education and then teach English and French in a High School. Adeline M. Hebert Laurier, Man. High School: Laurier and Ford Annex. This former Sergeant spent three years in the C.W.A.C.'s. Extra-curricular ac- tivities include Red Cross sewing group, West Community Club, ex- C.W.A.C.'s Club, and Y.W.C.A. English, French, Psychology and Sociology. lntends to enter Social Work. Charles A. Hooey Winnipeg. High School: Gordon Bell. Elected to study History, Government, French and Psychol- ogy in this last year. ls undecided whether or not to teach school after graduation. Vivian R. Hume Elva, Man. High Schools: Elva and Melita. Elected to take English, Sociology, Psychology and History in her last year. Active in girls' work at the Y.W.C.A. ls undecided as to her plans for the future. Andru E. Irle Winnipeg. High School: St. lame's Collegiate. Spent three years in the Navy. Has been Vice-Pres. of Class, lr. Rep. to U.C.S.C., Asst. Social Convenor and Social Convenor for Co-ed Council. Subjects were History, English, French and Philo- sophy. lntends to enter Social Work. Gilbert C. A. Iamieson Transcona, Man. Gilbert is an "Oddfellow" who hails from Trans- cona. He is a member of the Glee Club and seemed to enjoy doing the "Firefly". A likeable fellow who is bound to succeed in Law. Evelyn Karpinski Caliento, Man. Friendly, sincere and interested in people. Evelyn has participated in various activities, among them: S.C.M., Alpha Omega, skating, golfing Cafter a fashionl and tennis. Hopes to do Social Work. l' as that it' 'lg . izrf-tw. Xl l ' ' i' 7 XX X52 UP? "Sk 94:5 Q l K 15:2 in + -tw l -t -1 jfxfn T Mt. ,::. X V '52-:.. -W' f if if l .- -X .ii F'- +1 any ani? s i., M 5. tffilfli Qx,1g5ff:' lt Ag? wg. ,ns E fin 7-41" 'i .i f we as 3-wi ,te Betty A. Hodgson Winnipeg. Planning to go into Social Work in England is our Betty. An enthusiastic member of the French, Music, English and Film Clubs. She also has a flair for bases ball. A sure success in her field. Isabel E. Hugo Winnipeg. lsabel is a talented member of the class. She has worked at various times as a music critic for the "Manitoban"g was on the Science Council in 1947 and was Treasurer of the U.C. Music Club in 1950. The Greater Winnipeg lce Club, also seems to hold some in- terest for her. Hopes to do post graduate work in Mathematics. William R. Hutcherson Winnipeg. William is a guiet, likeable boy destined for Law School, A former Kelvinite, he has been taking Economics, Sociology, Government and Religious Studies. A wonderful friend. Shirley M. Irvin Winnipeg. An attractive femme who accomplishes things. Among these may be included the Co- Editorship of the Vox C1950-Sll, as well as the Choral Society, English and Film Clubs. Ambition: Un- decided. Our prediction: success in any field. Charles E. Jackson New Westminster, B.C. Charles is an Army man with the "high" rank of Sergeant. He was wounded at Dieppe and has travelled from lce- land to England. Pres. of Current Affairs and interested in politics and the Church. His ambition is to obtain a Ministry of the Presbyterian Church of Canada. Arthur F. Kemp Winnipeg. High School: Ford Plant. Spent three years in the Air Force. Studied Economics, History, English and Government in his last year at HU". Intends to enter the business field after graduation. Page 249 ll William G. King Winnipeg. Bill is an R.C.A.F. Corporal from the west coast. A married man with a family. He is interested in English, Economics, History andfPsychology? .,.,g'. ,., '.,,,.'..,,. gs., . .., . - W , . 1 ,. 2 ' z, -V jj? 34 . , l ' 1 0'-sf. - - . V . A ., 55 Y , Q 43 - 5 f 'A ' - ' Kornelius Krahn Arnaud, Man. High Schooli M.T.l., Gordon Bell. Spent four years in England in the R.C.A.M.C. While at Broadway was l.V.C.E. Social Convenor. Subjects included Phi- losophy, Psychology, Sociology and German. lntends to be a medical missionary. William Maciejko Springfield, Man. Bill IS an M.T.I. graduate of l945, who has served for 31 months in Europe in the R.C.C.S. Equipped with boundless enthusiasm for work he would like to do--Personnel work. Lots ,ot success to you, Bill. ,,, Mary G. Mathers Winnipeg. Mary is a person who has proved that academics and activities go hand in hand. During the term l947-V950 she has won no less than six Scholarships, a French prize and a Governor-Generals Gold Medal, and received four Honorable Mentions. Besides all of this, she is a member of the French and Music Clubs and plays bad- minton. There should be more people in the world like Mary. Barry D. McCorquodale Winnipeg. "McCorky" has so many activities to recount them would fill B. and G. As an example of his untiring work to keep U.C. on the map, we note his efforts to make the '49-50 Ereshie Week the success it was: continual battles for U.C. rights on the U.M.S.U. Council, Public Relations, Drama, S.C.M., etc. Ambition is to take Theology, fare think Social Work would be the oser. Andrew H. Murray Winnipeg. Another Daniel grad. A former Navy man, served two years in the North Atlantic. Pres. of Athletics, 1951, has actively sup- ported all House League and Inter- Fac. sports events, plays basketball, volleyball, hockey and football. Claims he has upheld both Scholar- ships and Honors during "U" years. Page 250 ,s John Klassen Roland, Man. lohn came to United in 1948 from Roland High School. A quiet, reticient chap who sets a goal for himself and achieves it. He is presently Local Chairman of the S.C.M. A prospective Theology student with a cheerful outlook. Marjorie A. Lawson Neepawa, Man. Mari. is on the U.C. Executive of the S.C.M. and likes to play baseball. An all-round student -well liked by all her class- mates, Mariorie is sure to achieve success in Theology. Murdock MacKay Winnipeg. High School: Gordon Bell. To his credit: works on Mani- toban, Editorship of "United", Drama Rep. to Council and Macalaster delegate: also active in inter-fac. basketball, volleyball and soccer. lntends to enter Law School. Florence A. M. Matthews Benito, Man. Florence has taken an avid interest in politics since she first came to U.C. Some of her ac- complishments include being Sec.- Treas. of the Politics Club, Sec. of the U.C. Debating Club 1949-503 Sec.-Treas. of the C.C.U.F. C1949-503 and attending both the Macalaster Conference and the Mock Parlia- ment. Ambition-Law. William I . McKee Winnipeg. Graduate of St. lames' Collegiate. Strictly a United man, Bill has been a member of the United French Club, Film Club and Pres. of the United Music Club. Taught at an Indian School and also curls. For the future-Education. Donna C. Munroe Warren, Man. Donna, a clever girl, has a flair for dramatics. Vox Rep. and Co-editor in the Fourth Year. As yet, she has no definite plans for the future, but who knows?. Kenneth S. Murphy Winnipeg. High School, Daniel Mac. An English and History stu- dent. Ken was Chairman of the "U" Symphony Orchestra, 1950, and Convenor of the Glee Club orchestra, 19503 also a former mem- ber ofthe P.R. Extensions Committee. No intentions as to the future-yet. Gerald C. Nicholson Winnipeg. High Schools: St. lohn's Tech. and U.C. Economics, Statis- tics, History and Government. A real music lover-spent time with both United Chapel Choir and U.C. Choral Society. Outside "U" Y.M.- C.A. activities and work with the C.N. Express. Next step-Educa- tion. .loyce Ellen Parkinson Roland, Man. loyce combined a sparkling personality with her brairs to turn out one of the campus' busiest and well-liked students. Social Chairman of W.A., Current Affairs, the Macalaster Conference, curling, bowling and hockey are among her many accomplishments. As yet, undecided as to the futurep she is sure to have no trouble, no matter what she chooses to do. George Phillips I oe Pollack Winnipeg. A former R.C.A.F. Ser- geant, loe has been taking an Arts Course with emphasis on work. He came to "U" with his mind on edu- cation and has managed Csomewhat better than mostl to keep it there. His reason for success? A wife and cute little daughter. Good luck in Social Work, Toe. William Gordon Renton Winnipeg. A Kelvin grad., elected English, History, Economics and French. This man seems to spend all his time making music-Brass Band, 1947-515 Convenor 1949-51 and Varsity Dance Band, 1947-51-also plays first trombone for bands out- side "U". Plays around with Photography. Next year, Education. Q it in Q Garth C. Nelson West Kildonan, Man. Another future Theologistp Garth has been active in the S.C.M. and W.S.C.F. He seems to like young boys a lot, too, as he has been spending the last three years working with them at St. Paul's and Young United Churches. Gets along well with everyone and a sure success in his field. Joyce Norman Piney, Man. Proud possessor of four Scholarships. loyce has also been busy helping to keep things on the campus running smoothly. Active in Inter-faculty debating, Mock Parliament, The Manitoban and Current Affairs, she hopes to attain a M.A. and Ph.D. in International Relations. Shirley I. Palmer Winnipeg. Shirley is the one person we know who can spout Latin and yet understand it. A Scholarship winner who manages to participate in the Choral Society, Film, French and Music Clubs and lead a Brownie group. She also plays volleyball and baseball. An Alpha Delta Pi, headed for the honorable faculty of Educa- tion-Morituri te salutamus. George S. Penwarden Selkirk, Man. George is one of those who sparks up life in the U.C. Men's Residence. A likeable, efti- cient fellow who gets along well with everyone. AmbitionfDen- tistry. Frances W. Prang Winnipeg. Elected History, English, Sociology and Psychology. Member of Choral Society, 1949-51. Fran is also Fourth Year Social Rep., Sec.- Treas. of the Social Committee, on the S.C.M. Executive and helped with the College Variety Show. An- other possible Social Worker. Patrick Desmond Ryan Winnipeg. Tall, with an inspiring interest in sports, Pat is definitely the athletic type. Spent three years with the lntantry and has, in his travels, visited about nine different countries of Europe. This boy really gets around. Has his eye on Law. Page 251 Winston A. Samlalsingh Clayton Bay, Trinidad. Winston is one of our far off visitors. Active on the Building Fund, Social Convenor of U.C. Residence and Soccer Con- venor for l95O-51. He intends to keep travelling for a while, taking medicine in Glasgow and going on from there. Every success, Winston. Miriam Schachter Saskatoon, Sask. High Schcol: Prince Albert Collegiate. Govern- ment, Sociology, English and His- tory. A member of the English Club. Outside some part-time work and Don at Sparling Hall. For the future-Social Work. Wilfred T. Shaw Transcona, Man. Taking Honors in History, Wilfred is a member of the History Club, a Macalaster Con- ference delegate H9503 and in- terested in the A.Y.P.A. of Trans- cona. He hopes to make his future in Education profitable by saying "Nil", Graeme S. Simpson St. lames, Man. A graduate of St. lames' Collegiate. Psychology, So- ciology, History and English. Musical interests outside HU" involve both the pianos and drums. Will likely enter the faculty of Education next. Dorothy M. Skinner St. lames, Man. Sweetness and sincerity, plus a dynamic character, go to make up Dot's personality. President of V.C.F., a Girl Guide Lieutenant and a Rep. for the U.C. girls' athletics are among her numerous activities. A sure success in Personnel Work. Boris Steiman Winnipeg. A veteran with five years' service to his credit, two of them spent in Europe. Studied History, English, Sociology and Psychology. A member of the Crucible Club tY.M.C.A.J. ln- terested in combating religious prejudice. Next step-B.Ed. Page 252 Ray S. Saunders Winnipeg. Another Kelvin grad. Academically - English, Govern- ment, Sociology and Economics. Publicity Chairman U.C. Athletic Council, hockey, volleyball and soccer. Member of Delta Upsilon Fraternity. His intentions as to the future include a family. Richard Robert Schouten Winnipeg. Richard Robert Ccom- monly known as "Dick"l Schouten. Man of affairs tcampus, that ish, ac- tor, golfer, swimmer, etc. Dick is a Phi Kappa Pi Fraternity member, on the U.C. Council, Director of U.M.- S.U., Radio, Freshman Week Com- mittee, basketball and curling are a few of the long list of activities he manages to participate in. A terrific personality with his mind set on the executive end of Radio. Paul Adalgeir Sigurds on Morden, Man. History, Latin, Eng- lish and Philosophy. Paul has been busy while at "U"-three years in the Choral Society, participation in Drama, Social Rep. for Fourth Year and lnter-Fac. curling, soccer and Field Day. lntends to teach school and study voice in the future. Sydney S. Singerman Winnipeg. A former R.C.A.F. wire- less operator, Syd is taking a General Arts Course. His favorite sports are bowling and volleyball. Seems to have picked up an interest in criminals. Ambition: Criminology Personnel. H. John Skynner Winnipeg. lohn is one of those lucky people adept to many things, among them scholarship. President ofthe St. lohn's Fellowship 11948-491 and interested in basketball. lohn has already taken two years of Theology and hopes in the next year or so to attain his B.D. W. T. Russell Taylor Winnipeg. A busy fellowfEnglish, French, Maths., Chemistry and Psychology, in senior division. His B.Sc. is only preparation for medi- cine. Former Manitoban photo- Ctrapher and member of Camera Club. Now a member of Y.M.C.A. and Camera Club. Interested in badminton outside "U". Vernon K. Toews Steinbach, Man. Corning to U.C. in 1948, Vernon has done civilian relief work in England and France during the war. Interested in languages, he teaches German in grade ll. lne tends to keep on teaching. Harold W. Walker Regina, Sask. Arts Honors and majoring in English. Harry is in- terested in "Y" Work and the Winnipeg Philatelic Society. He hopes to attain an M.A. and possibly a Ph.D. and then return to High School teaching. Hope you do, Harry. Lorne Alexander Wallace St. lames, Man. Lorne is com- pleting an English Honors Course. A quiet, reserved fellow who gets along well with everyone. lnterested in lournalism. Lots of luck, Lorne. Robert James Wilson Winnipeg. Bob is majoring in History with intentions of a Ph.D. and a teaching job in a University. tHe doesn't realize that it is better to be a janitor-financially, that ish. Active in Current Affairs, Canterbury Club, U.C. Student Council, Pres. of U.C. Arts, Pres. of Men's Club, etc. Bob is sure to make his future a brilliant success. George P. Derenchuk Winnipeg. High School: Daniel Mclntyre. Active in intermural basketball, hockey, track and field. Georges Varsity life is just half way through, because he intends to continue in the field of Law. W. was dui? gl Camera-Shy Grads David E. Hulbrae Manitou, Man. High School: Mani- tou Collegiate. Active in C.O.T.C., C.R.C.A. and varsity soccer. Studied History, Government, Philosophy and Latin in his last year. ls still undecided as to his future. Maryann Waldon Winnipeg. "Mern" has guite a flair for acting, participating in the U.C. Road Show. She is also Fourth Year Debating Rep. and S.C.M. Social Convenor Cl95Of5lJ. A sparkling wit combined with all that liveliness ensures her a bright future in Education. Helen E. Walker Winnipeg. Helen is a calm, cool, collected person who takes life as it comes. Secretary of the U.C. English Club C1949-501 and in the Home Street Church of Christ Young Peoples Choir, she spends a lot of her time in cooking for her hubby. lt seems that her future is already decided. Trevor M. Watson Winnipeg. Trevor is one of those mad people still taking Chemistry. He has been tireless in campus ac- tivities, as well as scholastic ones. Possesses a keen wit-a good aid for Dentristry and Marriage Cto an industrious young girll. Good luck in your efforts, Trev. Pat Woolley Eugene G. Isom Columbus, Ohio. High School: East High. Spent three years in U.S. Army as Corporal. Strong on the alto sax in the United All Stars, also has been in U.M.S. Radio. Subjects were Psychology, Philo- sophy, Sociology and Biology. Plans to enter advanced study in Psycho- logy. Is married and has a family. C. Alex R. Owen Winnipeg. Alex hailed from D.M.- C.l. in 1947. Active in all campus activities, his main interest lies in Boys' Youth Work and eventually Y.M.C.A. work in foreign lands. An ambition of which we are sure he is bound to make a success. George A. Ross Winnipeg. A graduate of St. lohn's Tech. Honors in French and English. Member of the "U" French Club and L'Alliance Fran- caise. George shows great promise as a French actor, but intentions for the future involve a very nice heiress. 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GENERAL ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT is helping to shape our country's Future... The ever-growing use of electric power in Canada is a primary reason for the rapid expansion of our industries . . . largely respon- sible for the high individual out- put of our workers. Canadian General Electric has for fifty-eight years built much of the equipment that makes possible this "electrical way of livingf' t ...A Q . P 7 , ' g , s' 9 ' , ei L' f an E 1- .W it U . ' .Y : . .A V ':-2 5.5 afiifit... .... ' ' ' ' i 'i . ' 5 s--1 , .1-'D' is ff N-L' V - :Y : ' if .Haw 'U'-. ,i"r,d.:rII.-f--" .ia 1 1 L 2' f--- - li , - e - N ,v. .A Q 'Tig f, " Q' ,I . . 1, ., ....,. .sf 1 . , ' ,.-, F. ,,--, ' 5 .. , . A , - . t , 1... -2 f .. . ...4. . '- ,- I '- -' ,V "E - ' . - P' " L E- ' -----M . gf,-1 " . Q. 5-,,j,.,, f -I V I gwweawweygewwef ..-.' fa 'ara .... 5 e e Many diesel-electric locomotives, using G-E Modern, electric work-saving G-E appliances electrical equipment, are proving their effi- ciency and economy on Canadian railroads. ease the housewife's tasks, in the kitchen, laundry, all through the house. CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED Head Office: Toronto-Sales Offices from Coast to Coast --Lu Page 254 MCGE-ISIC THE DATEBCOK 2 .MW Q . vm' J ...qw Q Tm CHING Accountancy HAROLD TETT Ardutecture mi .w Wus BARBOUR Commerce BEVERLY SCURFIELD Home Ec. J lm. D lg Xi 1435. TOMMY THOMPSON Agnculture DOUG MCCORD Arts X93 x A7 vniw I xmgf X ,N DON MCKINNON Educatxon JOHN DONOVAN Law ll N NEIL WOOD NORM ANDERSON JUNE FISHER Commerce n meermg Home EC F R E S H I E W E E K 5.-'T'-TQ ffl' . tl if if ,Q 1 ,545 gm .di ,tg 11 Qf ,4- Tlllln lf: il ', Committee! !! Ah - - - the President. Casey and slapstick. Bored, B. 1? Gardiner and Brown, Inc. Gad-zukl Stewart's not tall enuff. Architex and their gals. Med's queen. Queen Ruth and ensemble Page 256 hi x 2-4 get , S 2 A K 3 'K . 1 . ,+-, Q. v v , 'Ch - X , - 515' " 53 r hw . O Y x 5 h-f:-51:'-N w QE: Yg as ' ' , 1 JH 1 I X M 12 L x - w sh 'F R 'i zv- ,, Q - 5, V '- 33 , l 15 Q, ,IN 1? xx. . gigs- .4-: f figs Q Q?-X1 ff' F 1 1 5 R, A . l XF. .Q 3' xi if Ni W f '- iii-1259? .Q .,5.1W.,v: rv ' I A 1 f:'?-2':.5If1..', .' t , I as ' l ' K -. -" ,Q R s ga "sf ii ' 3 52 K1 --':,53f1:s gm X ,.,,. , .,., ,xx Rv Cy ,A j gf-R do x L wg Ifggik ati -Q 3 Q ' -: N. :-- ,. 1 - r W , . ,..,. ZWOUZ 2495554054 B 5 hu M Our man Schouten. No wrestling tactics here, Al. Possibilities, eh, Dick? Full treatment. Da. Linda and Dick. Scene. No, I won't. Entre, Mr. Cowie. Page 258 Surprised, Norah? Home Economics leading lady and escort. Ah, that man! Hm--- Sweet and- Demure. An unidentified lens louse in foreground. General view. Let's stand this one out. Now look up. Page 259 P A R A D I S E P R 0 M SOCIAL 6' Chou-en Parkinson. Confuscious say. Hie in upper background Des and Barry in routine More of same. Iohn and Judy. Dats for me. Interesting . . Looking for something. Page 260 Mr. Munro. Prof. Reid. Our worthy opponents. Our own Marg and She. Brass. Architex up front. Rt. Honorable Muldoon. Quit the mugging Tommy. The editors!! !! What's that, Bob? Page 261 M D C E G B 0 A W A T N E B. C. vs. MA N. nz-'wuz was President and Mrs. Gibson and architect patrons George Ferman in action Winnipeg Ballet member What's this? More W. B. Professors Russell, McCloy and wives Polkadot boy down "Twink"-the king Mozell-M. C. Prize winning costumes Page 262 "FHL, D 3-, Q 554' Q s X 1 as 32 I K Conductor Gibson and baton. Soloist Gary Harman Roy Firth. Ensemble. Pull your The better halfw lean Ramsay and George Ts ...... B. ot M. chairman gets in the act. Not here. Cast. Fairies, all Page 264 K . . r v .. Yr ,, Z I Q I ' 3 1 , "J 1,vs1'xf A x I X MTH' , i ,. t. M 3 V ' ,ff ,,,,,g, L, M , M Nye :Q GEORGE MACDONALD Medxcme BAL SIEW Scxence wr' b -.gf t FRAN MCKENZIE Nursmg ALEX MORPHX' St. johvfs 746 ... ., 41 5, MARY SCHEEHAN St. Marys YVONNE MCRORIE Social Wmk DOUG. LACHLAN United 49' ,,-.- RAY WYRZYKOWSKI St. Paul's CYRIL BEHARRV United X 5 17 J' --complimenis of--- B I R D BUILDING SUPPLIES "Everything for the Builder" ilcling supplies cor. SARGENT a. ERIN, WINNIPEG REGINA MOOSE .IAW - EETHBRIDGE EDMONTON CAEGARY .en Xxiv A CBJ Rx I1- ' if? . 3 '-4 .V X ., ,,, Nl . sf X. . 1 : 'Q HQ! X: 'Q I., H. is V AT H L E T I C DIRECTCRATE S ZR KS 11 W Cf' XC! -K Q A I K x ik W -X 5. X. XJ K' 9 N ' J brbj ,., b,,. --1 - f Q 'Z V' V VKX, . ,525 V. 1 WN? ATHLETIC. .. DIRECTORATE C7 ffwza conaiafi of a flazmomloui cfavafofzlnanf of aff fga flowsu. U Jlflafffiaw Gquzofcf HOTEL 455 ffegzk M Wray Yo Dire t l Varsity Basketball-Senior Bock Row-Lett to Right:C. Wade Uilquipmentj, Bob Fryer, Carl Ridd, Moe Wood, Keith Lamont, Chick Campbell, A. C. Olsen lCoachJ. Front Row-Left to Right: Frank Scheider, Don MacDouga11, Bernie Parent, lack Willet, lim Mills, Doug McCord. Front Bisonettes Back Row+Left to Right: Don MacDouga11 CCoachJ, Ioyce Robertson, Ioan Abercrombie, Ruth Thorvaldson, Ianette Avery. Row-Lett to Right: Margaret Dolhun, Barbara Curlette, Nora Thorvaldson. Page 271 Page 272 BA I-GETBALL Varsity Bcske tbcxllffunior Back Row--Left to Right: Dave Scarth, Frank Scheider, Carl Ridd, Glen lNilliams, Dick Scarth. Froni How-Left to Right: lack Doody, Don Fraser, Milt Orris, Bill Fennell. 'Tr 5? x A: Ts S , I 1 ba: n S I V133 ' A s . x El l an i , -,waitin Varsity Basketball-Junior Back Row-Left to Right: Roy Parkhill, Gus Desjardins, Ross lohnson, lack Willet. Front Row-Left to Right: Bill Wilson, Evan MacKenzie, Bill Mitchell, Iohn Robertson. F. Kennedy uf ,q W.. S. Nalevylrin E. Hrenchulr l x Champions E Medicine-Football Back Rowfllett to Right: Marty Weidman, Don Lamarch, Wally Kost, Bill Neil, C. Hollenberg, 3 3 lohanneson. Front Row-Left to Right: Bill Erine, Ross Farnow, lerry Holman, Fletch Watkin, lerry Koman, Gord Kedman. ,hi ' Xl' X Page 274 Don Gardner. Accoun fancy Men's Goh' Champion, 1950 Ruth Thorvaldson. Arts- Co-holder Women's GOIL 1950 Gladys Salisbury. Medicine- Co-holder Women's GOIL 1950 Junior Champions Accountancy- Front RowiLett to Right: J. Miller, P. Forrester, F. Dunsmore, J. MCArdle, A. Dickens, K. McIntyre, J. Orr fcaptainl. Back Row-Lett to Right: G. Harvard, J. Little, Ed Court, J. Trueman, W. Rennie, B. Dunsmore. Senior Champions . 55 C Gm cw 'Vim Medjcjne- Insets-Crawford Judge, John Johanson. Back Row-Lett to Right: E. Karasewich, R. Hinch, R. Bennett, B. Neil, J. Dukelaw, B. Ewart, B. Doughty, N. Turner, A. Hayward. Centre Row-Left to Right: M. Lottman, P. Barnes, M. Heimback, H. Brodovsky, D. Peterson, M. Sasynuik. Front RowiM. Avren and R. Irwin. Page 275 " ??'jig'??ii i "4 5 ,...mm'0"" ARDEN HAYNES Treasurer A f FINANCE UUMNIITTEE T the present time there is every indication that the U.M.S.U. will end its 1950-51 year in a satisfactory financial position. With the severe decrease in U.M.S.U. funds brought about by a decrease in enrollment, this, in every aspect, has been a test year for the U.M.S.U. to maintain its diversified program. Our financial success can- not be attributed to any one person, but was achieved by the complete co-operation of each sub-committee. The policy laid down by the Finance Committee to affect the greatest utilization of our available resources and, at the same time, to keep a wary eye to the future so that no precedent would be set which may jeopardize next year's program when even smaller student enrollment may be realized. To impliment this policy, the co-operation of each sub-committee was necessary and was graciously obtained. In many instances, it was necessary to cut down the budgets of various sub-committees and, as a result, many people felt that a subsequent impairment in their program would follow. In the final analysis this was proven incorrect, and in many cases, sub-committees exceeded our expectation. . s, -, 21 Q f WILSON BARBOUR RAY Wvnzvxowsxl ALLAN IRELAND JIM BURNS JOHN BROOK U.M.S.U. Senior Rep. U.M.S.U. junior Rep. Finance Committee Assistant Treasurer Assistant Treasuver Y- c0: Page 24 Chairman Junior Champions IJ if Q Yournon Trophy4Sc'ience Back How-Left to Right: H. Harries, R. Fraser, l. Shepherd, B. Hutchinson, S. lurawsky. Centre Row-Lett to Right: A. Morrow, B. Vertue, M. Young, D. Ackland, G. Boyd. Front How-Left to Right: H. Fulton, A. Rottie, R. Kuran. Senior Champions N orthcott Troph y-A griculture Back Row-Left to Right: Iohn Dahl fCoachl, A1 Lee, Clitie Henderson, Cal Watson, Bill Wood, Neil Bell Mervin McKay, Bob Fetterman fEquipment Managerj. Front Row-Left to Right: Bob Wilson, lim Grundy, Doug Gourlay, Mike Warwick, Garry Gregory. Page 276 TH CK AN FIELD TABLOID MEET at SARGENT PARK Date - Oct. 6 1950 Men's Tecm4Science Back Row-Lett to Right: Doug Ackland, lulius Singbeil, Vince Horbay, Bruce Stewart, Gus De Jardin. Front Row-Left to Right: lohn Dere- wianko, Bob Robertson, Bill Finlay, Ollie Keskinen, Maurice Cohen, Dave Steele. Vince Herbay fConvenorl Worn en's Team-Arts Back Row-Left to Right: Elizabeth Ann Beaton, Io Ann Shaw, Beth Bastin. Front How-Lett to Right: Sonya Camp- bell, Marge Dolan, Helen Scurtield. Page 277 I 1 Interfaculty Champions McKenzie Clay Trophy-Commerce Commerce Commerce Left to Right- Left fo Rfghf- Bill Rooney, Sandy Cushnie, Don Gauer, lohn Law, Don Fraser, Ted D1-lpley, Gerry lansen. Tom Moore. Commerce Left to Right- Murray MacFee, lohn Turnbull, Charlie Ledger, Henry lantz. Men's Champions-Arts Porte-Mdrkle Trophy Women's Champions-Arts Left to Right: Ian MacIntosh, Al McDonald, Ian Left to Right: Betty Reese KSkiPlf Nydia Kyba Burgess, Vic Carpick. fthirdl, Verona Dechene fsecondl, Annette Treble fleadl. Page 278 Bon spiel Champion S -1 St. Regis Event- Archer Event- Agriculture United Left to Right- Left to Right- Bill Sharpe, Bernie Starikott, B. McNeil, Don Cameron, I. Keating, Don Dingwall, Garry Gregory. Al Iohnson. Eaton Event- Engineering Left to Right- I. Inglis, H. Sullivan, W. MacVicar, G. F orsberg, Pot Pourri Event Winners-United Intramural Curling Winners- Left to Right-Paul Sigurdson, Lorne Wallace, Ross GOUIIQY Trophy-Home Economics lohnston, Stan Farwell. Left to Right-Ioan Setterington, Betty Lstlund, Marjory Olsen, Marjorie Coates. Page 279 J Me Left Doug Cobb Accountancy Champion Men's Chompmns Medzcme Women S Champzons Arts Left to H1'ghtiA1Kle1n Al Gunn L Pearlman Back Row Pat Stewart Beth Rlddell Yvonne E. Malkiewlch Sawchuk Page 280 -127 f Y jf QQ if . . . 'fmt . .... x r K: ,il we ,fm Men 'S , 5 if . , ' E ' l 58? ? .. . . , f., .1 . E 1 e t Y 7: 1 ,Q ff A . 'g 35 -W' f xx Q K- 1 Y.M. C.A. Trophy-Engineers Back Row-Left to Right: Bill Fennell, Iay Lucas, Borden Clerka, Mike Schivler, Ken Hyde. Front Row-Left to Right: lim Raleigh, lohn Kurelek, Dave Liberson, Bill McVicar, Fred Donaldson. Women 's Champions Champions Duncan Cameron T rophy-Arts Back How-Babs Masterman, Beth Bastin, Ioanne Shaw, Nora Thorvaldson. Front Row-Lett to Right: Pat Stewart, Ioan Stevenson, Ruth Thorvaldson. Pat Norris, Wilma Stephens, Marianne McCutcheon, Isabel McLaughlan. Page 281 I I Men s Individual Trophy- Engineers Chuck Brawner C. O. T. C. Trophy- Engineers Back Howflzlight to Left: Don Tough, Ken Randall, Charlie Mclniyre. Front Row-Left to Right: Leif Sunde, Chuck Brawner. Page 282 Women s Individual Trophy- Home Economics Marianne McCutcheon Women's Team-Home Economics Left to right: Pat Norris, Wilma Stephens, Marianne McCutcheon Isabel Mclaughlan Men 'S Champions aww In af, , .S iw. Q-,fx--n. Frank Shea Trophy-Science Left to Right-R. Dunlop, Cam Taylor, Kel Buckboro, K. Woodman, Bob Robertson. Wom ' en s Champions Harris Rose Bowl-United College Left to Right-Gerry Braid, Ioan Christie, Ruth Skinner, Dorothy Kristjanson, Ioan Gaver. O' ,W F ,A .. Page 283 KE TE 1 5, Men' s Championeilrchitecture Back Row-Left to Right: Iames McFeeiors, Doug Grayson, Wally Graham, Peter Baker. Front How-Left to Right: Kirby Garden, lim Searle. Men's Individual Champion- Science Ken Wallace. ' X of MP' ls 'K Women's Ch ampion4Home Economics Left to RightfChris Newman, Phyllis Wait, Louise Plummer, ' Geraldine Lawrence. , , Wo1nen's Individual Champion Interior Design Gloria Anderson. Page 284 BETH ll Senior Champions Architecture Back Row-Left to Right: lack Duncan, Gerry Mac donald, Ken Snider, Boyle Schaefer. Front Row-Left to Right: Siggy Reszetnick, Art. Mudry, Bill Strong. Missing-Glen Cockburn. funior Champions Commerce Back Row-Left to Right: E. Yarnell, Don Gaouer, Neil Buchanan. Front How-l. Pitblado, D. Bord. 1 Women 's Champions a I ' XE Intramural Basketball-Arts x f Back How-Left to Right: Doris Gorstein, Charlotte L it Stankiewich, Beth Riddell, Aileen McC1em- .X ents- l FrontRow-Left to Right: Helen Scurfield, Sonya Camp- 'C bell, Laurie Michaels, Diane Gillespie. Page 285 BUILDING CUNINIITTEE HE one big item on this committee's program this year was the letting, in February, of a contract for the completion of the student union building and athletic centre. Architects' plans call for completion of the second gymnasium, and the addition of the union wing which will contain two floors of offices, a lounge, locker rooms, and a cafeteria. The West gymnasium will be suitably equipped to make all types of individual athletic participation possible. In addition, the gym floor will be avail- able for dances and similar types of socials. The completion of the gymnasium and the addition of the students' Wing will cost an esti- mated 52851000.00 and is due to be finished by December 15, 1951. The committee is greatly to be commended for a plece of Work that for years will stand as a testimonial to the courage vision and ability of the present generation. MISSING DICK BAXTER REG Huco C. GORDON SMITH PROP J HOOGSTRATEN Secretary Alumni Rep. Board of Governors Second Vice President Q69 NANCY TOOLEY DAVE SNYDAL Roy WILLIAMS GERALD HOLMAN CHARLIE HOLLENBERG R W YOUMANS U MS.U. Rep. U.M.S.U. Eep. U.M.S.U. Rep. U M S U Rep U M S U Rep Arhlenc Dnrectomre ....l-1 Dr. I. H. S. Reid Arthur V. Mauro Walter Dowhan Arden R. Haynes ard -- SENIOR "A"fGOLD RING-EXECUTIVE Honorary President President Vice-President Treasurer SENIOR "B"-SILVER RING Allan R. Ireland Lionel Orlikow l Roy M. Lev Francis C. Muldoon Robert B. Iackson Finance Committee Brown and Gold External Attairs Student Relations 190-I M. Audrey Mahon President, Women's Association Harold Buchwald Editor, The Manitoban Cyril C. Whitaker Chairman, Public Relations William Norrie Secretary -SUB-COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN Victor I. Thompson Roy W. Hardaker Conrad L. Wyrzykowski Robert R. Gardiner Lauder I. Mozell l Choral Society Social Committee Debating Union Stage Society Freshman Committee Rytsa E. Finkelstein Publicity Ronald I. Morlockl Abe D. Yanotsky Extensions Moishe Black Creative Campus Claire M. Lillington Student Board ot Music Iohn I. Comeau Telephone Directory Elizabeth Wilcox Glee Club Rae H. Tallin l Athl t. D. . h , e ic irectorate Irvin I. Lehmann Musical Programmes Patrick D. Ryan I Sydney N. Perlmutter Symphony Donald E. Lamond Building Committee SENIOR "B"fSII..VER RINGeSENIOR U.M.S.U. REPRESENTATIVES Maurice W. Thompson Agriculture Vivian Little Nursing Harold M. Tett Architecture and Int. Design Wilbert A. Robertson Pharmacy Douglas A. McCord Arts Balkaran Siew Science Wilson I. Barbour Commerce Alexander K. Morphy St. Iohn's College Donald T. McKinnon Education Mary T. Sheehan St. Mary's College Donald E. Strange Fine Arts Raymond F. Wyrzykowski St. Paul's College Harold D. Stevenson Engineering Cyril F. Beharry United College Beverley Scurtield Home Economics Yvonne P. McRorie Social Work Iohn O. Donovan Law Tim F. Ching Accountancy George I. Macdonald Medicine IUNIOR "B" Assistant Treasurers Iohn L. Brook Iames W. Burns Brown and Gold Toby Helman Glen Murray Genevieve Stark Freshman Committee Ernest Gorrick Victor Carpick Lyla Thompson Extensions Ernest Iohnson George Walker Publicity Sidney Kirson Ioseph Harris -f nero: Page 286 SPECIAL AWARDS Phi Kappa Trophy Gold Pins Student Relations Morley Schulbaum Morris Botink Isabel McLaughlin Social Iohn Medland William Martin Helen Purchase Musical Programmes Harley Gorrell Glee Club Ron Griffiths Leo Schicher Symphony Ioyce Trepel Ross Francis I Allan Ireland 7 Patricia M. Reid -SILVER PINS-SUB-COMMITTEE ASSISTANTS Public Relations Mary Bodnarchuk Marion Anderson Gyta Finkelstein Student Board of Music Glen Harrison Choral Society Iohn Enns Ian Whitmore Dorothea Penner Stage Society Norah Brandon Donald Rodgers External Affairs Gladys Shenner Debating Union Al Molaro Manly Israels Martin Kleiman The Manitoban Marion Rose Frances Bachynski Geraldine Bull Ioseph Gelmon Telephone Directory Thomas Arkell Alison Murray Women's Association Babs Masterman Priscilla Rayner Ioyce Parkinson "Immortal Memory" B :Sz G PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST G R A N D W I N N E R JOHN KOZIE SCIENCE IV HALRDSSINSTRUTQIEX-E! Pafkef, Parker, Kfistiansson WINNIPEG WW CANADA 8 Pafkef X Ba.rViste1's dk Solicitors 1 BEN C. PARKER, K.C. B. STUART PARKER 1 A.F.KRHHUANSSON H.B.PARKER AND MANUFACTUBE The Canadian Bank of Commerce Chambers l ' WINNIPEG, CANADA 0 . PRECISION and Dilts, Baker, Laidlaw 8: CUSTOM-BUILT Shepard EQUIPMENT Barristers, SOII'L'1'1lI7'S, Elf. A. E. Dilts, K.C.: E. G. Phipps Baker, K.C.: . T. W. Laidlaw, K.C.: C. IJ. Shepard: C. Gordon Diltsg John P. Baker Telephone 923 416 171 GARRY STREET PHONE 923 280 1 The Huron 8: Erie Building I D f l WINNIPEG -.-..- CANADA I I I Ol72f2fLl72.f-L12 fa of cz fuslz Page 288 3725? if 'I f .N .4'1,'.f" ,. X V1 , :x fy' ,fu X .M Hu is 'I Ap" jx G R E E K ORGANIZATIONS w: Poge 290 '7 4 lwfvilf i s v Alpha Delta Pi Beth Balfour Barbara Bowen Nancy Boyd Mona Breton Betty Ann Buchanan Patricia Dixon Margaret Dolhun Elaine Ewart lean Holditch Ruthe latfrey Diane lohnson loyce Iohnson loyce Ketchen leanette Lissaman Aileen McC1e1-nents lean McCracken ACTIVES Shirley Palmer Iris Parkin Rose-Marie Platzer Betty Purves Isolde Rehwald Patricia Russell Margaret Schofield June Shaley Alta Siemens loan Sneath Phyllis Surjik Annette Treble Beverley Young Donna Young Winnifred Nolan Shirley Choma 1851 ' Clentennial yeafz ' 1 Alpha Phi ACTIVES Marge McNulty ludy Cross Marion Rose Barbara McLean Betty Ann Cladwell Pat Beatty lean MacDonald Mama Graeb Evelyn Knapp Mary Elizabeth Willett Barbara Hacking Marianne Shackell Carolyn McKibbon Marion Miller Eleanor Yaeger Sheil Davison Frances White Edith MacDonald Genevieve Stark loan Crawford Beth Melville loanne McKenzie Pat Coghlin Betty Lewicki Sybil MacDonald Marie Brault Page 291 Page 292 'ED f ,y dv, ..- or W - . . ' 'i ww-' 'W 04 Q38 . ol-lfq' "Slime J Qkdnwoe Delta Delta Delta Founded at Boston University, 1888. Canada Beta Chapter Installed January 10, 1930, Winnipeg. 91 Active Chapters 157 Alumnae Chapters ACTIVES Doreen Andrychuk Virqie Blair Marian Blair Valerie Duff loyce Gordon Joyce Haig Lya Iohanson Beverly Lyne Helen Magness Shirley Olson Muriel Rodgers Pat Simpson Margaret Sigurdson Jocelyn Somers u Gamma Phi Beta Founded at Syracuse University, 1874. Alpha Kappa Chapter Installed, Manitoba University, 1925. lill Alexander Miriam Baker Betty lo Ball Norah Brandon loanne Brett Gerry Bull Beth Chesney Rita Gaspard Ann Grayburn Donna Kelley Audrey Kerr Sandra Donnelly Cecily Ann Gunn lulie Ann Harris ACTIVES PLEDGES Eileen Lebbetter lenniter McQueen Betty Lou Moynan Chris Newman Priscilla Raynor Maureen Revie Betty Stevenson lane Wallace Nancy Whittaker Grace Wyrzykowski Lynn Russenholt loan Tackaberry Page 293 Page 294 lil lllld 4 Viv an ,i "" I Im" in I ,yr 'mar' A "llQgg xNL 9 "hi ul uh 5 ip 5 , ii 6,4 .H B. . P I H e t . I I ' 'I PI ' Manitoba Alpha Chapter A C T I V E S Maureen Berringer Peggy Bean lane Emery Sharon Campbell Lee Demchuk Gwen Gardiner Beverly Hodson loan Kelly Babs Masterman Beth Milne Marlene McCombs Mildred McDonald Claire Anderson lanetie Avery Helen Brigden Helen Grabowski Patricia Malaher lane Matheson PLEDGES loan McTavish Pat Pickard lune Pickering Louise Plummer Mary lean Poole loanne Shaw loan Stephenson Lyla Thomson Nora Thorvaldson Audrey Van Slyck loan Whaley Ann Masterman Joyce Robertson Shelagh Swaine Eleanor Swail Ruth Thorvaldson xxlulllulwff 3 ,,,, 2 M 10 AEE!- h I g m a I-G a p p a Founded at Colby College-Waterville, Maine, 1874. Beta Gamma Chapter Installed at University of Manitoba, 1932. Joyce Beemand Betty Marie Brownlee Ricky Cooke Donna Crawford loyce Cummings Brenda Devlin Carol Eytord Shirley Forsyth ACTIVES P L E D G E Shirley Spence Elaine Henderson Margaret lones loan Kanchier Adele MacGregor Patricia Norris Lila Weab Betty Wood Sophia Tyul Page 295 in VFEWQFTVWFQBSITE 5 r ' 3. i' 0 2 ' M 1 It . Mei 7 4 ' 1 4 tr, 'X' w ' Q 'f' ' P 4 .Vi 1' li ."' . . 51,8 . I ' MJ lov 6 .,N ,- ,. I' .u ,I 3, - , ff 5 F, W , IQ , QA pg' ,' si" amp V. qru ,K N J nm., 1 ,X Q, it L I ONEL ORLIKOW C O f E D I T O R TAF 11.11 MQ 2' , V mln . 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EEE. t . N IX -'Few Zeta Tau Alpha Founded at Virginia State Normal School, Farmville, Virginia, 1898. Pat Reid Barb Blythe Gwen Popp Audrey Tallman Margaret Blair Sylvia Campbell Margot Chapman Connie Christie lune Fisher Daphne McCurdy loanne Gardiner Irene Farnow Irene Pagzynslci Victoria Ogal Betty Brown Beta Rho Chapter Installed 1929. ACTIVES PLEDGES Mary Lou Erskine Carol Miller Rosemary Brock Suava Palsson Adele Sanderson Marianne McCutcheon loan Christie Shelagh Bastick Barbara Sommerville Iveagh Foreman Donna McElheran Anna Caesar Adeline Dorback Wanda Garski Barbara Metcalfe I JK f N Alpha Tau of DELTA HAPPA EPSILUN NF I BELT UP Illl Founded ot W1'll1'c1ms College, November 4, 1834 OYGIIIB i Zia ' Q 00 I. , ' I-J I :SEX W in FEEL 'Andi u-1 if U 5 H K 'l 'Aurora noonvn ' I MANITUBA CHAPTER Installed November 23, 1928. WW-W--+A Page 298 f x QQ' gy Jig! 'J I 1- jx? 'LU-9 .AA f if lltyf v E1 'S lf? 'I QMS 7 XS-, u-ff 5, A AT, Us wg:-I .g1.'Ng Q' e ' I .to Ti' .fps " f 2 gs, it L X-I' 'riff 'ii J' . Pgfa 'N vi iii .Xxx Phi Delta Theta Founded at Miami University COXford, Ohioj December 26, 1848 Manitoba Alpha Chapter Installed September 19, 1930 Meryn N. lowton Douglas C. Irwin William Storwyck Eric A. Ashton Ronald I. Gillies Ross F. lohnson, Valentino R. Marino Edward Friessen lack P. H. Roy, Glenn E. McLachlan Mel Michener.. President Secretary . Treasurer Warden Pledgemaster . Rushing Chairman Historian . . Reporter , .Chaplain Sports Chairman Social Chairman ACTIVE CHAPTER Tom Robertson Robert G. Smethurst Halmar R. Douglas Donald M. Maclver Gilbert D. Sellan William Craig Barber William l. Chasney Charles Maclver Harley D. Strain Neil R. Wood William E. Ellerby Hugh Fairfield Douglas M. Hall Norman F. Boyd leremy P. Sibley loseph R. Hnidan Alan G. Gardiner Douglas H. Anderson Harold K. Standing Beverly W. Barnard Alan l. Irving Robert C. Muir Lorne A. Reznowski Bruce Miller Holman K. Olson George E. Charman Page 299 Poge 300 Sigma Lambda Phi ACTIVE CHAPTER Wilson Barbour Ken Beatty Dave Bond Merle Brown Ted Brown Ron Brown Neil Butcher Vic Carpick Fred Donaldson Murray Cheetham lack Doody Louis Flock Oren Gilmore Ernie Gorick Norm Hill Monty Hart Ron Havelock Ralph Kerr Don Kennedy A1 Kornberg Keith Lamond Ted Law Andy Lillie lohn Marshall Terry Martin Bill Martin lack Masterman Al McDonald Doug McCord lohn McKenzie lohn McNeil Phil McNulty Cam Millar lim Mills Frank Muldoon Chuck Murphy Don Murray Lincoln Peterson Greg Purchase Don Reid Carl Ridd Walt Ritchie Stan Robertson Doug Rollo Dave Scarth Brian Stewart Dave Steel Richard Verner Bill Worden .....- TN' - ' -- 0 U I f N if X o -Q MV X eg g! "lQ5N: ' ZE TA PSI' 1847 PIEPSILON CHAPTER INSTALLED MAY 14,-1921 X :iii 'IEP 2 Q : E Qif u if 'FIS W immifml ' -M EMR? """"""""".'? -ZZIZYTI . IHIIIZ.. elillfllllll -I E- 572555:MYEEEEEEEEEEEEEE assess :ssse11iS, - f 4-'assess sea fiiiiiikfd ' B' 'ZIIIHII-.X r..i1II1lI ...llllllll Eiiisssiiisu...-..zzsssszsazx Zinesassaeisssassssssasss ? Www H5 EMMA? X f sf" 4. 15 EEE,E5EEiE5:: mr.,...n.. .... I ff . ..... :XJQH W l tum" 1 HHMQ,fxfHMHH? MXQME :::::::::::::::::::::::1l'15f1' XS ::::::::::-::::::::::::- 5" ::::5:,5:g5'gggggg THK' I7 Graduates laroslaw Barwinsky Nicholas Charnetski Olga E. Chornous Margaret Dolhun Olga F arion Orest Gorchynski Alexander B. Hrycyna lohn G. Karasevich Evelyn Kardinski Peter Kiez Leona Kosjar Leon Kossar Margaret Kotelko Veronica Kregar Bohdan I. Lesack Sylvia V. Lesack Oscar Lyseyko Sonja Mandziuk Helen Michalenko I ack Mulyk Lydia Mychajluk Constance Nimchuk Elizabeth N. Olynyk Metro D. Olynyk Peter Pankiw lames Paskatruk Orest W. Prysiaznuk Gregory Ratuski Alexander Sarchuk Michael E. Sasyniuk Yvonne A. Sawchuk Anne Shenderevich Nicholas Shenderevich Nestor Shevchuk lohn Shewchuk Orest L. Shewchuk Michael Siryj Anatole Stratychuk Darcia E. Swystun Ivan W. Syrnchych Olga Wozniak lacob Yakimyshen lohn A. Yaremovich Walter E. Yury Nick Zahara I f Page 302 J' I . HLPHH UIIIEGH SIICIEIU OF TI-IE UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA e,w.:,,- -gt X, fy in . X 9 .Bild-Y CX X , Q fl 'Ai P k QSOF, Q 74 0 f l : TF sg . 659 ' ' - r , ,xg U as 'fx IQ X " f, , Nui 'KV if O 9 1 Y- 7, Q'-2 . . . Hr .474 ' -.1 " 1:-+ .. , . " tx' 2. - 1-5 'SET ' X A-:f s X r at I1 You I f if "MJ" 'ti 'i nf .6 ,A 1 iff' 'rev 'iflei iw g ' , EQTI L ,V X . 521 - '-it,'I,'Jf - 1 ,,,, .Uh A--. i I Qi EI mlm" ft I ? i J if I ..,, jj, .i,j:I.fI,, :Gf It, 5 at 1 15 J ff + Ii If af f ix . - + QL 'ie' M I :' S , -1. gi , ' ff?" k-T v H J5 "I 5 21. Ari- ' .". -- 9 A 'Qll Y 5 ml K ' X X '14 xxx The Alpha Omega Society ot the University ot Manitoba was organ- ized in the latter part of the 1945-46 session, and works hand in hand with the Alpha Omega ot the University of Saskatchewan, and the University of British Columbia. It forms the nucleus for all students at the University who are interested in the studying and fostering of Ukrainian culture. Aiming to promote a better understanding of the various racial groups on the campus, and closer co-operation between them, Alpha Omega plans its program of activities with the major enjghasis on adjustment ot the Ukrainian culture to the Canadian way o 1e. Siff- ' 191 . . - ' Q X 1,AI,.v lf Ir x I 1 , X If of Q., 'wx is V I Ap " 1 CANADIAN CJFFICERS TRAINING CORPS CONTINGENT OFFICERS Seated: Captain W. Kristjanson, Lt.-Col. I. B. Rollitt, C.O., Major G. D. Mitchell. Standing: Major R. G. Glover, 2 i-c and Major l. B. Nash. Inserts: Captain D. R. MacKay, left, and Lt. W. D. Smith, right, Brandon College. 1950-51 in Review The 1950-51 session has been a busy one for members of the University of Manitoba Contingent, C.O.T.C. The tense international situation has given new emphasis and direction to our training and has high- lighted its importance in the scheme of national defence and national preparedness. Among the innovations introduced this year was a tactical exercise on a battalion level carried out at Birds Hill and revisions in the Theoretical Phases. There were also important changes in personnel. ln September, 1950, Major R. A. Rodgers, who had served as Resident Staff Officer since 1948, was nomi- nated to attend the Gunnery Staff Course in the United Kingdom. He was succeeded by Major G. D. Mitchell, M.C., who is a graduate of Royal Military College and McGill University. During the war Major Mitchell served with the R.C.H.A. in the United Kingdom and Italy. He was attached to the P.P.C.L.1. as a Naval Bombardment Officer during the landings in Sicily. On November 8th, 1950, Lt. Col. G. P. R. Tallin, Commanding Officer since 1945, was retired from the Canadian Army and handed over his command to Lt. Col. 1. B. Rollitt. Colonel Rollit qualified for his commission in the McGill C.O.T.C. and was commis- sioned in the 17th Duke of York's Royal Canadian Hussars in 1929. ln 1931, on the re-organization of the 6th Duke of Connaught's Royal Canadian Hussars, he was promoted to Captain, second-in-command "C" Squadron. He went overseas as a Lieutenant in the Canadian Intelligence Corps in 1942 and served with A as ro Poge 304 the First Canadian Division and Headquarters First Canadian Corps. At the end of the war he was Lieuten- ant-Colonel in charge of Supervision and Plans for the Repatriation Rehabilitation Training Program On the occasion of Col. Tallin's retirement, a hand- over ceremony was held in the Officers' Mess at Fort Osborne Barracks. The guests included: Lt. Col., The Honorable R. F. McWilliams, Lieutenant-Governor of Manitoba, the first Commanding Officer of the Con- tingentg the President of the University, Dr. A. H. S. Gillsong Brigadier R. E. A. Morton, D.S.O., LL.D, General Officer Commanding, Prairie Command: Lt.- Col. W. F. Riddell, Commanding Officer from 1938 to 19415 Lt.-Col. R. O. MacFarlane, Deputy Minister of Education, and a Contingent Officer from 1946 to 1950. On behalf of all the Contingent, the Adjutant, Capt. W. Kristjanson, presented a silver service tray to Col. Tallin. The Lieutenant-Governor presented military certificates to the qualified Officer Cadets who are listed on the opposite page. Since the inception of the new C.O.T.C. programme in 1946, the Contingent has qualified 61 Captains and 96 Lieutenants. ln 1950, the Contingent sent 166 Officer Cadets to Corps Schools across Canada. Five more Officer Cadets have joined the Active Force and four have joined the new Special Force. The Second Tri-Service Cadet Ball was held at H.M.C.S. "Chippewa" in November, 1950. Our fellow servicemen of the U.N.T.D. deserve credit for the success of this Ball which has become an annual social event. Officer Cadets are shown in training at their Corps Schools across Canada. C.0.T.C Officer Cadets Who Have Qualified Since April 1, 1950 Qualified Captains Paul Vincent Coldrey Adams Alphonse Fergus Murphy ROYAL Qualified Lieutenan ts ROYAL CANADIAN ARMOURED CORPS Timothy Edward George Fellowes Roy Warren Hardaker ROYAL CANADIAN INFANTRY CORPS lohn McArthur Davis ROYAL CANADIAN ARMY SERVICE CORPS Norman Peter Wilhelm Peterson ROYAL CANADIAN ARMY MEDICAL CORPS Donald Fletcher Campbell Iohn Francis Connor Theodore Franklin Wilkie Edward Alexander Green ROYAL CANADIAN ORDNANCE CORPS George William Green CANADIAN ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Wallace Meryle Von Hagen ROYAL CANADIAN ARMOURED CORPS lohn Raymond Mitchell Leslie Blair MacRae William Richard Ross lack Henry Scott ROYAL CANADIAN ARTILLERY Ronald Wilkies Bartholomew Ronald Earl Doupe Iames Kenneth Morrison Arthur Edwin Brown Robert Arthur Glen Erlendson Glen John McLeod Ronald Dean Bell David Eugene Gulbraa Lawrence Edward Turner Robert Cameron Cullen William Robert Lorimer Glen Taylor Williams Ronald Humphrey Duke Murray Douglas MacFee Charles Richard Anderson Wells ROYAL CANADIAN ENGINEERS loseph Iacobs Ross Fletcher Linklater ROYAL CANADIAN CORPS OF SIGNALS Walter Bushuk Leo Horn ROYAL CANADIAN INFANTRY CORPS Paul Wesley Crookes Edward Friesen William Robert Martin Iules Arthur loseph Champagne Ronald Iohn Gillies Donald Delbert Rogers Raymond Chliboyko Robert Harold Gayner Harley David Strain Barry Victor Evans lohn Leonard George Alfred Skelly ROYAL CANADIAN ARMY SERVICE CORPS David Thomas Canvin Iohn Isaak loseph Denic Marcel Pelletier George Peter Derenchuk lohn Clarence Kerr Welland Stonehouse ROYAL CANADIAN ARMY MEDICAL CORPS Harold Waram Fletcher lames Richard Lawrence Skuce Robert Ogden Hinch Gerald Leslie Wilson ROYAL CANADIAN ORDNANCE CORPS Louis Ioseph Roland Bernier Harry Kury Gilbert Horace Patteson Michael Conrad Kovacs Gordon Craigie Parks Iohn Armand Storwick ROYAL CANADIAN ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Walter Dudnewich Roger Brittain Grimsdick Frank Ness Kirby Donald McKenzie Picken Ein illllvmnriam Major H. P. ARMES COMMANDING OFFICER 1932- DIED - Ianuary 19, 1951 1938 Robert Lloyd Somerville Alfred Isaac Newteld Page 305 ,hh ,. fi Lvl- NFX IEW STARIL Graduates Ednor 'x K' -g. . Ad vm. M E . . I DOROTIIX' HILL Assistant WILLIABI KORMYLO Educatzou DICK SMITH St. f0l11I's wp"" DOLORES GERUS ASSISIJTII DON MURRAX' En meerm E 3 ANNE BURBA St. Marv's llni ersit chnlarship For Ma,nz'toba W ar Veterans and their Sons and Daughters The six licensed Manitoba Brewers and all the licensed Hotelkeepers in the Province have otfered 3515.000 to the University of Manitoba to provide scholarships for Manitoba War Veterans not otherwise adequately provided for and for the sons and daughters of Manitoba War Veterans. The Trustees of Manitoba Brewers and I-lotelmen's Welfare Fund offer thirty Scholar- ships to be held in the academic year 1951-52. Fifteen entrance Scholarships of the value of Sl50.00 each have been provided for students resident in Greater Winnipeg and for students resident in Brandon who attend Brandon College, and fifteen Entrance Scholar- ships of the value of 35350.00 each for other students resident in Manitoba. The Scholar- ships may be continued. with the same value, for a second year, subject to the satisfactory progress of the holder in the tirst year of studies. The scholarships may be tenable for two years in the University of Manitoba, or in any of its afhliated Colleges, in Arts. Science, Law. Medicine. Engineering, Architecture, Agriculture, Home Economics, Commerce, Pharmacy or other courses approved by the Board of Selection. To be eligible a student must have clear Grade XI or Grade XII standing or better, provided that any student writing Grade XI examinations may apply. Application forms may be obtained from any hotelkeeper, high school principal, the Department of Education or the Registrar of the University of Manitoba. BOARD OF SELECTION The HON. MR. JUSTICE A. K. DYSART, M.A., LL.D.. Chancellor of the University of Manitoba HON. C, RHODES SMITH, Attomey-General of Manitoba Dr. R, O. MacFARLANE, Ph.D., Deputy Minister of Education C. A. TANNER, Esq.. Managing-Director, Manitoba Hotel Association LT.-COL. ARTHUR SULLIVAN. K.C. Representing the Manitoba Brewers FRANK G. MATHERS, Esq., Secretary c0o Page 306 If Cf- ' 59 ' I r ' ' 45 .XI I 'NX . 1 and ,. l., "U is V UNIVERSITY NAVAL TRAINING DIVISION UR forefathers, in developing this country, planted deep the roots of their convic- tions. Personal liberty, freedom of thought and free enterprise have been jealously guarded throughout the years. The success of our Democratic institutions is dependent upon an intelligent, informed citizinery, capable of meeting the responsi- bilities of leadership with aggressiveness and realistic vision. Such men may be found in all walks of life, but one of the most fruitful sources should be the products of our Universities. The services, as do other institutions, re- quire the abilities of the best, both politically and technically, and turn to undergraduates for possible officer material. An eventual goal is presented of either a career in the Services, or a commissioned rank in the Reserves while pursuing a civilian career. The University Naval Training Division offers to potential Naval Officers sixty hours Page 3078 T Lieut.-Cmdr. L. S. Bennett of training during the academic year, which is represented by one evening of each week between the months of October and March. During two summers, twelve to sixteen weeks of reguired training is taken in Naval estab- lishments and in ships at the Coast. The majority of students, however, elect to take advantage of extending their training to the full five months which is offered at attractive rates of pay. As Cadets graduate from University, having satisfactorily completed their Naval training program, they are ad- vanced to commissioned rank. In the past, Canadian youth has made for itself a memorable record in the Naval Service. By such a program as is extended through Cadet training, Canada expects to have a nucleus of trained personnel prepared to offer leadership to the community as a citizen or, should the necessity arise, to the people of Canada as an officer. "The function of force is to give moral ideas time to take root". Admiral Mahon, U.S.N The upper scene will be re-enacted fre- quently throughout the summer months by Royal Canadian Navy CReserveD Ca- dets trom Universities across Canada dur- ing their period ot training in the Pacific Command. Fifty Ca- dets are aboard the two training trigates at all times, carrying out the normal chores and duties ot the sailor, and under the guidance of compe- tent instructors on the Sea Training Staff. Other scenes were enacted at H.M.C.S. Chippawa this winter during training. Page 309 A ctivitie ,NAM fx W, : , 4 . iz, Q ,IQMQNN ll 2 . , El L, l it g .f ll l The printing press at which Benjamin Franklin worked at Watts Printing office, London, in l725. ,f A modern high-speed lithographic press gf, V VZ VX, leadership Leadership, learning and letters enjoy an affinity exemplified and personal- ized in Benjamin Franklin, brilliant statesman, scholar and printer . . . patron saint of the craft. With prodigious vigor he lent his brilliant mind to many things, not the least of which was the planning and producing of printing for his gener- ation. Today, following the pattern of the old masters, printing still plays an important role in leadership and learning-and Advocate Printers is proud of its contribution to the careful planning and high-speed production of topflight quality printing- l95l edition. HDVOCHTE PRINTERS LlfT'llTED Printers of Brown and Gold, 1951 fy ff ORGANIZATIONS The German Club Irene Siemens, Edward Fast, loseph Keimbach, Cornelius Bergen, Wilbert Reimer Giesebrecht, Zema Zailig, lack Penner, William Hugo Rentz, Isolde Rehwald, Evelyn Knapp, Leonard Sugden, Harold L. P. Unterschulz, Cornelius S. Unruh, Wolfgang Garten, Bernard Froese, Victor Adrian, Martin Dyck, Albert C. Kroeker, Haidi Sternbach, Frank H. Klassen, Henry Hildebrand. HE German Club is sponsored by the Department of German. lt is open to all students interested in countries where German is spoken. ln the activities of the club, great stress is placed on German liter- ature, and particularly on modern German writers. But other aspects of German lite and 'lKultur", e.g., the spirit of Christmas in Germany and Austria and the way it is celebrated there, or German music, art, and architecture, also play a prominent part. Gne leading aim of the club is to give students the opportunity to hear good spoken German, both in informal talks and conversa- tion, and even more important, to encourage them to speak German themselves. An essential feature of every meeting is the singing of German songs. "Friends of German studies" at our Uni- versity, and other Winnipeg citizens of Ger- man descent or interests, are regularly invited to the meetings. Several meetings were held this session under ideal conditions in a private home at the kind invitation of Mrs. Hartmann. A new departure this year was a joint meeting of the German and English Clubs, to hear a most interesting talk by Mrs. Kaufmann on her uncle Franz Kafka. Varsity Christian Fellowship Bock Row-Lett to Right: Henry Dirks, Hugh Savage, Iohn Dirks, Ben. Froese, Frank Gillis. Front Row-Lett to Right: Dorothy Skinner, Betty Lewicki, George Buss, Vic Adrian, Pat Beattie. Page 312 'xr fa, 1 l4"'K M .. V .1 The Canterbury Club Back How-Left to Right: Ross lohnston, lack Miller, Roger Hansell. Front Row-Left to Right: Diana Warren, Ray Clennett, fPres.j, loyce Gordon. S THE constitution of the club states, the purpose of the Canterbury Club at the University of Manitoba is "to promote the fellowship of Anglican students . . . that they may worship together and grow in the faith." Members participate in discussion groups, devotional periods, and social events through- out the academic year. This year the club held its first annual banquet. But the primary activity of the club is the service of holy communion that is held once each month. These services are followed by breakfasts at which local clergymen are the guest speakers. A Canterbury Club appeared on the Manitoba campus for the first time three years ago. lts steady progress since that time has resulted in the dynamic organization which it is today, The ewman Club Back Row-Left to Right: lacques Roy, Syd McGoey, Tom Moore, Ralph Kerr, lim Flynn. Third Row-Left to Right: lim McPherson, Frank Muldoon, Mel Michener, loe O'Sullivan, Conrad Wyrzykowski. Second Row-Left to Right: Claire Audet, Mary-Eliz Willet, Suzanne Dupmeier, Helen Brenestul, Dianne lobin. First Row-Left to Right: Peter Waugh, fTreasurerJg Audrey Kerr, QSecretaryJg Rev. Fr. G. F. Fahey, S.l., KChaplainJg Val Marino, fPresidentJp Sheila McNulty, Nice-Presidentj. Page 313 The Geology Club -I ff. - 'jc- Left to Right: Roy Butler, KSec.l, Dave Anderson, fTreas.l, Boyd Hamilton, QPres.J: Dr. G. M. Brownell, CHon.-Presb: Bob McPherson, Nice-Pres.J, Ralph Venour, fClub Photogjg Gerry Genik, fPublicityl. HE Geology Club was first established in l9lO by a group of Geology Professors and graduate students who met to discuss professional problems. Early in its career the club became incorporated into a larger professional organization, the Canadian ln- stitute of Mining and Metallurgy, and ceased to function on the campus. Some years later it returned to the University as an under- graduate organization affiliated with the C,l.M.M. The aim of the Geology Club is to keep students of geology in contact with the pro- fessional world. To this end, prominent geologists lecture to the students. Senior students also contribute talks, and instruc- tional films are shown. The Geology staff at the University and local geologists con- tribute valuable time and experience in the activities. The executive body of the club is: Boyd Hamilton, CPres.D: Bob McPherson, Nice- Pres.J: Roy Butler CSecretarY52 and Dave Anderson, CTreas.D. Dr. G. M. Brownell is Hon. Pres. Hillel Back Row-Left to Right: Zivey Feldman, Ierry Shore, Ruth Zloten, lerry Moscovitch. Front Row-Left to Right: Sybil Heft, Rabbi A. A. Chiel, Sidney Spivak, Maxine Doctoroff. Missing: Yude Henteleft, Ioe Gilmon, Izzy Asper. Page 3 l 4 The liberal lllllll Back Row-Left to Right: lohn Dafoe, Dave Bowman, lohn Brook. Front RowfLeft to Right: Izzy Asper, Edythe MacDonald, Frank Muldoon, loan Crawford, Gunnar Eggertson. F ONE word may be said to characterize recent history, it is surely "insecurity". The modern man feels insecure for his safety, his self-confidence and in many cases even in his ideals and moral standards. But to give up hope is unthinkable to the young men and Women of the present. lt is they who must struggle to maintain moral standards in a materialistic world. And they will be success- ful so long as they recognize the distinction between an ideal and an expedient. While there are political clubs in our universities there will be discussion of current problems. The one hope against cynicism is that such organizations will neither die from within nor be suppressed from without. Hannna Deha Left to Right: Oscar Domke fPres.J, Rev. Alexander Weinbender fChap1ainj, Ruth Iohnson CSec.J, Rev. Donald R. Ortner CChap1ainj, Hans Brunger fTreas.D. Missing: Chester McHugh fVice-Pres.j AMMA DELTA is an international associa- tion of Lutheran students. The local chapter meets on the second and fourth Sunday of each month at 8.30 p.m. in the Parish Hall of The Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, Wellington Crescent. The aims of Gamma Delta include a further familiarisation with Scripture, the doctrines of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, especially as these relate to our life, our studies, and our professions. lt also attempts to provide the students with supplementary social activities on a Christian level. Page 3l5 jon GELk1ON Md7lz1g1Hg Edltor ALLAN CANTOR Busmess Nfanager Ross FRANCIS Assocxare Edrror +- ,--. Th MAN 'G' i rl .X JACK POULTER Izzy ASPER JOHN CURRLE ERNIE KLEIN ROY BAKER Page 28 Ar., R Li.-1.RRY LITTLE JIM LAMB PAUL ADAMS BRADLIPY HOUSTON BILL EVV.-KRT QEEORGF IVLACDONALD EARL SHFPPARD GORDON CIIIPPIERPIIQLD FRFDFRICK WALILIH NEIRLLI: TURNFR Presrdent VIce-Premdent Treasurer Secretary Soma! Sr. U.M.S,U. jr. U.M.S.U. Sr. C.A.M.S.l. jr. C.A.M.S.I. Common Room Rep. Rep. Rep. Rep. Rep. Rep. Q:URjN BALLANTYNF DANIEL SNIDALL FI:RGL's IVIURPHY ROD MILLAR JIM MCPHERSOII EARL DAGG JEAN MCFARLANE NANCX' SIRETT THEO WILRII3 Brown Gr Gold Rep, Athlerw Rep. 4th 'Year President 3rd Tear Premdent Znd 'Tear President lst 'Tear Presnient Lady Snclg Vice Suck Medxcal journal Rep. Medicine Council ' G93 Pogo 316 Andrews, Andrews, Tlworvaldson 8: Eggertson BARRISTERS and SOLICITORS G. S. Thorvaldson, K.C. Arni G. Eggertson, K.C. Alex J. Stringer F. M. Bastin G. VV. Saunders 209 Bank of Nova Scotia Building Phone 928 291 WVINNIPEG --'--- MANITOBA Compliments of Enderton, Brydges and Waugh Limited Insurance in all its branches. C. H. Enderton and Co. REAL ESTATE All. . . TEXTBOOKS The Book Department is owned and operated by the University to supply all textbooks required. Whatever fa- culty or college the student attends, he can obtain the required textbooks at the Book Department. 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Through intelligent study, the farmers of Western Canada have evolved a highly techinical and efficient means of production and conservation. UNITED GRAIN GROWERS L l M I T E D WINNIPEG CALGARY SASKATOON EDMONTON c0o? - Page 3l9 N LAB OFFERS SCIENTIFIC LABORATORIES THE FINEST INSTRUMENTS AND APPARATUS AVAILABLE, DESIGNED FOR CONSTANT ACCURACY . . . Balances Sz Weights Calorimeters Centrituges Cereal Testing Clinical Apparatus Combustion Apparatus Electro-Analysis Extraction Apparatus Furnaces Gas Analysis Hydrogen lon Microscopes Sz Microtomes Nitrogen Apparatus Ovens Petroleum Testing Physiological Shakers Spectrophotometers Sterilizers Stills Viscosimeters lncubators Vitamin Analysis Metallurgical Water Analysis Micro-Analysis Water Baths For complete listings of this and other scientific equipment, see our large, complete catalog. Ii yo don't have one, please write us for a copy. CANADIAN LABORATORY SUPPLIES LIMITED TORONTO WINNIPEG MONTREAL Page 320 C00 1 is, . if 55' E, gradd. va i 0"'- R- , .:':s:1sa1't:?-:.f..' .4f ' Through The Years 1'h D. A. GOLDEN President In A, MCMURPHY What Your Alumni Association Does! l. Affords an excellent opportunity for University graduates to fraternize and work for objectives of interest to all. 2. Operates the Alumni Fund to finance special projects and needs within the University. 3. Keeps the official records of all graduates after they leave University. Maintains a permanent secretariat and there are active branches in the larger centers where graduates are located. 4. 5. Publishes the quarterly University Bulletin and Alumni lournal for all grads. Operates a Grads Basketball team in conjunction with the Physical Education Department. It is desired that the Alumni help in some way with all University departments. 6. Sponsors social events such as the annual bonspiel, golf tourna- ment and theatre nights. 'l. The nature of the Association is such that it can make and is making a definite contribution to the Well-being of the Uni- versity. Support of the Association's projects is the keystone of its strength and of its success. Cost to you - - 51.00 per year plus a Voluntary do- nation to the Alumni F und 2515. ,.,,... Y-,- -W .-- -my V5 .'..' 1 -C .... 1 1. :-,. - .. U Q 2 5. , . 1 i- i - .-.-5.-.,-i. s--.-. . -- s . ...gi , . , I 3, s .. , , . .t ......, ..,.....,.,.., . V31 ' .e :- .,sq.svs' -sz93::r.:z:.:1. 2: '- . 'zr:r:rs::1:F"': , iss .. ' , -iii' 55555:-E1 'l t.,., ,-..:.. 0 .- i ,:- " ,.., .r - -" - f V ' ,s:5:g::g:.:1. 5S:.5'.:.:.:.-'- "'-.--.,.-.--119:-vids:-.-5: .. Y' V4 .-'3f:3:'v' ' ' ::.:::.:e.f. -1.-:::-: as W 4 ..,1,.,s.-..:, .,... ., -- ---- 3 .Q ,.,,. , sm.g1:,:,35gH.,3m,A,s. . . ...... . .... V -My -1 Q. .-. -2. .A. -:-2.2.1 . ' ' ' ' ' 'V V ' n -2521" 3 :J N" Exec. Secretary m Page 321 1 '1 The delight of the re-birth ol rational thought in building is undoubtedly the reason why logic is commonly considered the new basis for architecture. Seidler. LeCorbusier: the new stability. Niemeyer: honest skeleton structure. G4 'isolation . . . At this point you will have formed an opinion of the 1951 Brown and Gold. Some will like it, others won't. Our objective throughout has been to present the student with a record of the year's activities at the U. of M. for permanent reference. This record has a particular appeal to the graduate who is featured in the main section of the book. Possibly future editors should place more emphasis on undergraduate activities thus increasing circulation and appeal throughout the whole of the University. To those students that helped in the publication of this year's book we give thanks. To the printers, engravers, photographers we are indebted. Although in this outward appreciation space does not allow listing names of those students who contributed, success of the book largely depended upon our small and capable staf for giving the most in cooperation and assistance. Joy Jlflazsgafz, .fav .fionsf Urggow Editors f0o-- Page 323 X so RRNWWNWWNNWNWWHHWW Qu, 'CDBAN wi' A HARRY BUCHWAL E D I T O R - ,a,.QffiQ,9 X I AFQ A-R f 1 -5243 ,gsm ' Sli. , I ,M 'V' L .. ,L , .Q Lys A i R 'V ' ,.,aa- 3' ,M -:iw . ,.,, Q I., . I - we-1 J: .L,..,.XAN 'WY -- X A I 13 ff ' N 2, N , iw? .:.:, ' R' .f:I- xg, ,xx A. ---- . f" .1vv X A K: ww S wa' 5 A 5 A I fs ,F ':'Ai1Q.1': m """'!b" A ,: , 1 51 . ,gg-R34 A gg. 3 1 .q s- If R. '- LBABS' MASTERMAN 4l""" 15 . rw MARY BODNARCHUK MARION Rosa FRANK ALLEN SI-IEILA MILLER W-mar' I V ,.f V A gk' I . X , gg. .IG A I Q PATRICIA MARX' REID GERRI' BULL FRAN BACI-II'NsKI 'GI.ORIA KNIGHT VIC MURRAY Page 29 in VFEWQFTVWFQBSITE 5 r ' 3. i' 0 2 ' M 1 It . 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'if'-'f--2,1 ', , 19, ' ' f- -rn -.-.947 I.,I,-,-. -fr-I 7,7 I.:-1, -1,-.I ...I-gg, -4 . .4--f , -1, ,,g.Ij-n.:' 1 2 I,,.Idl.yf.I,- I:i,II?I?I-.aI.. . I , IIIII, If . , I I I " :",'.'. f. I I ..I.:1I:fi', f 1 , . ., .. .I :J-5--its 2'-, , . . .-...mil .1-' -.'-Wrg'-5,--1.4. . , -- --1.-a -mf-I 1I-,'.,g:'j- n 5 I- .. I, I. " ' 'P-- - '.g.,'-,.','11:i-:-.- -1- - '- -...- g-- ,1 ,: 7 I ,TI-11. . - - c0: Page 30 JOHN COMEAU Ei L IIOT HAROLD THTT MAURICE THOMPSON U.M.S.U. Rep. U.M.S.U. Rep. LEPHUNE HECTUHY EXTERNAL AFFAIRS THE External Affairs Committee, in its first complete year as a permanent sub-com- mittee, expanded its activities to include co-operation with the Debating Union in the McGoun Cup debates. NLF. U. ILS. Manitoba delegates to the 14th Annual Conference of the National Federation of Canadian University Students were Art Mauro, U.M.S.U. President, and Western Vice-President of N.F.C.U.S., Arden Haynes, U.M.S.U. Treasurer, and Frank Muldoon, Chairman of External Affairs. A great honor was bestowed on Manitoba in the election of Art Mauro as National President of the Federation. Our delegation undertook to revise and translate into French the popular booklet on student travel, "So You're Going to Europe . . ." A National Students' Week was staged, in conjunction with the Mid-Winter Carnival, to increase student awareness of N.F.C.U.S. Bal Siew, N.S.W. Chairman, was aided by Mike Dafoe and Gladys Shenner. I.S.S. FRANK MULDOON Chairman in 1950, spoke at campus forums and inter- viewed the Minister of Education. The annual drive for funds was only a moderate success. - in Ralph Kaminsky, lecturer in Political Eco- nomy, and Ray Wyrzykowski, I.S.S. Chair- man, were our delegates to the I.S.S. Con- ference at Hamilton. Miss Gyl Freeman, Walter Dowhan, Moishe Black and Ross Francis, who attended the I.S.S. Summer Seminar in Pontigny, France, RAY Wt'RZt'KOWSKI I.S.S. Chamnan TED BROWN BEVERLEY SCURPLELD RALPH KAMINSKY MIKE DAFOE BAL SXEU Vice Chairman Secretary, I.S.S. Faculty Advisor N.F.C.U.S. Chairman Students' Day MISSING GLADYS SHENNER ART MAURO N.F.C.U.S. Secretary N.F.C.U.S. National President C0'J --- Page 31 f'., W , ig fi 1. p Cyan. VJHITAM R Clnnvma 1 THE co-operative efforts of our various committees have been of great value in the creation and maintenance of good rela- tionships between the students and the public as well as among the students themselves. Although the flood prevented the pub- lication of the "Bison", its work was effected by the distribution on the campus of the "U.M.S.U. and You" brochures. To Abe Yanovsky and his crew goes much credit. In the absence of a Radio Chairman, Peter Mundie, Business Manager for Public Rela- tions, has furthered the way towards the establishment of a radio station on the campus. In addition to the usual sale of pins, crests, and pennants, Student Relations succeeded this year in effecting the sale of rings through official channels. Bob lackson and his crew are responsible for this achievement. Forming a Transport Action Committee, Frank Muldoon, Ross Francis, and Cy Whit- - -can Poge 32 PUBIIC HEL!-XTIUNS CUMMITTEES aker interviewed the Winnipeg Electric Company and the Provincial Government in an attempt to obtain improved transportation facilities. The result was more frequent bus service, especially to and from the down- town section. lnsurance for students while on campus and participating in U.M.S.U. sponsored athletics will be an established fact in 1951-52. Students owe the effective organization of Carnival Week chiefly to the efforts of Public Relations, the Athletic Directorate combined with those of the faculties of Interior Decora- tion, Architecture and Fine Arts. To our cheerful cheerleaders goes much appreciation for their excellent performance at University functions. This committee was in the capable hands of Mary Bodnarchuk. The girls added life and sparkle to every program in which they took part. Rytsa Finkelstein, Chairman of Publicity, economically whilized all possible means for the advertisement of University affairs. Visit- ing basketball teams from the U.S. were also royally entertained by Rytsa and her com- mittee. To all who have Worked so hard on our committees, We say "thank you" for your time, your effort and your enthusiasm in putting U.M.S.U. before the public and the students themselves. 1- :O 'Q ,S -ff' ..- ,yr t V A Q- ,f -N ,gr Ms--. , Y I+ A ' W' as ,Ar 1' I . KK 4.1 ' C , 'P 'f A 'ff ,R an 1: R Jif- Afizi' "-2: "" "fi .Qc , . ' if KAY HOEMSEN ABE YANOFSKY NoRvA1. BROWN BOB JACKSON RYTSA FINKELSTEIN MARION ANDERSON Assistant Secretary Extensions Chairman Entertainment Chairman, Publicity Chairman Secretary Student Relations DOUG MCCORD GYTA FINKELSTEIN PETER MUNDIE Executive Member Executive Member Business Manager MISSING MARY BODNARCHUK Cheerleaders Page 33 Plllil l'lTY PIIMNIITTEE NQHQ. 'X Vlc CZARPICK SID KIRSON ERNIE GORICK RYTSA FINKELSTHN Streetcar Advertlsmg Radm Ad'L'K1Il.5lYlg Posters Clmxrvmm MISSING -Ion HARRIS Newspaper Advertrsmg jon FREEMAN Drsphly Advertxsmg EX TENSIIINS UIIMNIITTEE Page ff as A ' gm gf 1 17.31 ' . P D. A. YANOPSKY Chmrman SERV- W. C. MIDDLETON E. G, JOHNSON Secretary-Treasuver V1Ce Chanvman MISSING Groracn WALKER STAN FUTCH Open House Open House sTun ENT HELATIUNS Boa JACKSON Chairman MORLEY SCHULBAUM Assistant J-wvvwwwwhwwwnxauuwd coo- i WIIMEIVS ASSUCIATIIIN AUDREY MAHON, president of the University of Manitoba Women's Association and the elected Council of Representatives from each faculty who worked with her, are to be con- gratulated in realization of the highly successful Wornen's activities which they organized and co-ordinated on the campus this year. Sponsoring was undertaken by Audrey Vineberg and Pat Fortin. lt was their task to provide every Freshman girl with a "sponsor"- a girl from Second Year who "knew the ropes" pmmm of University life and who would guide the Freshette during her first few bewildering weeks at college. Aumufr MAHON The Freshie Reception, under the direction of loyce Parkinson, was held in the Residence Auditorium at Fort Garry on Sept. 30 and was attended by an enthusiastic crowd of 300 girls. During the course of the reception, any girl interested in sub-committee Work was given the opportunity to submit her name. However, the highlight of the afternoon was a Fashion Show which featured ideal year-round college styles. Pat Coughlin and Clare Kennedy are to be commended for their fine work in planning the show. Another W.A. activity, the well-known annual Co-Ed Ball, this year dubbed "The Chopstick Hop," was held at the Winnipeg Auditorium on Nov. 18th. "The Hop" proved to be a great success with a capacity crowd filling the large auditorium. Kay Clark and her hard-working committee, along with loyce Parkinson, deserve lauds for their efforts. Publicity for W.A. activities was well handled by Lynn Abel, who worked with the U.M.S.U. Public Relation Publicity Director. Ushers for University presentations, convocation and such were provided through the W.A. by Rose Marie Platzer, Margot Chapman and Elinor Shaw, Chairmen of W.A.'s Ushering Committee. A very important Committee of the W.A. is Social Welfare because it is concerned with voluntarily serving the community in various practical ways. This year Clare Kennedy, Chairman of Social Welfare, worked very enthusiastically in supplying group workers for the Y.W.C.A. and Deer Lodge and Grace Hospitals. She also provided girls for the Central Volunteer Bureau in emergencies where car transportation was necessary. The Co-Ed Banquet, held at the Residence Auditorium on March 5, marked the culmination of W.A.'s great year. Highlights of the banquet were the presentations of athletic awards and the introduction of the incoming W.A. President along with her Council of the newly elected Lady Sticks of each Faculty. fc0: Page 36 Mxf' " ,9 r""' MARIE PLATZER MARGOT CHAPMAN LYN ABEL JOYCE PARKINSON NANCY GRAHAM KATHLEEN CLARK PRISCILLA RAYNER Stick, St. Ma1y's Residence Publicity United Alumni Rep. WOmE7l'S Athletics Secretary BABS MASTERMAN MOYRA WILSON AUDREY VINEBERG JOANNE SHAW DOROTHY A. HALL MARY JEAN ROY Vice-President Ustiering Sponsoring junior Arts Education Agriculture It is at this point that the opportunity is taken to give final notes of thank you to a truly wonder- ful W.A. of 1950-51, to Audrey Mahon, the President, to Babs Masterman, the Vice-President, to the Council of Lady Sticks, to the conscientious girls of the Committees, to Priscilla Rayner ' who helped make the year financially successful, to Nancy Graham, Alumni Hep., to Kay Clark, W.A.D. Rep., and last but not least to Mrs. Freedman, Honorary President and Miss MacKay, Dean ot Women, who worked with the girls during the year and thoughtfully attended their meetings and functions. co:---T Page 37 'b HUARIJ UF MUSIC CLAIRE LILLINGTON Clmirman HE past year has been an extremely active one for the Board of Music, as well as one fraught with frustrations. The trials and tribulations of having no Broadway Building in which to hold practices, the difficulties in securing other places in which to hold practices, and finally the trekking from place to place to practice, were overcome by the various musical groups and outstanding artistic programmes, in every organization, were the final result. This year, as last, the Choral Society and Symphony consolidated to present a doubly enjoyable Choral-Orchestral Concert, featuring Gary Harman and Roy Firth as guest artists. The Musical Programme's Committee had a quieter-than-usual, but successful, year. The Varsity Dance Band was more or less unheeded in the planning of U.M.S.U. social functions, but the Varsity Brass Band, resplendent in its new ties, performed admirably at Freshie Week, Varsity Varieties, and at innumerable basketball games. The Board of Music feels that the Brass Band does a lot to "lift" student spirit. Tops in popular appeal was the Glee Club's production of Friml's "Rose Marie". This melodic and colorful musical show amazed and delighted five capacity house audiences. Budget figures also amazed and delighted the U.M.S.U. in various ways. +W' cm Page 38 was sei fl? SID PERLMUTTER Vic THOMPSON IRvlN LEHMANN GLEN HARRISON Bxrrx' Wxrcox DAVE Ross Climrman, Symphony Clmzrmcm Chamnrzvm Vice Chairman Presnlewir Puhlzczty Choral Socsetv Mzcsxcal Programs Glee Club This year the Board of Music presented three pep rallies on the Fort Garry campus as well as sponsoring the very popular Eric Wild show. The season was rounded out by a Color Night held on March 2nd at the Marlborough Hotel at Which pins for long-term service were presented. Sincere thanks to all members on the Board of Music Committees who did such a fine job in spite of the many unprecedented difficulties which came up this year. Many thanks especially to the 250 members of the Board ot Music to Whom the greatest part of the credit must go for a truly successful year. cron--f-f - Page 39 ' "W "' 4 :.q:v-fam: - - 1 '- V fm mx . - PAUL GALBRAITH GLEN MURRAY , Secretary Pu.I1I1c1ty - MISSING BETTY WILCOX RON GRIPFITHS LEO SCHICHER HAL DOUGLAS CI1lU'1'171lm Business Manager Box Ojfce Maiiager Business Manager BILL ABRANIS Box Offce Manager Choral Society EQ! 40 Vic THOMPSON Presxdent ,Y.f IAN WHITMORE MICHAEL BARAGAR JOHN ENNs Business Manager Publicity Box Ojfce Manager DOROTHY PENNER EVELYNE HENDRICKS ELSLE MARTENS Secretary Librarian Personnel Manager Musical Prog PHIIIS H r X Mgr 3' 'M 2 mv' ' '-f ..f"" Q, """?' f HILL RENTON SCOTT LXTTLE Comvenor, Busmess Mnlnzlgev Vamry Board Symphony SYD PERLMUTTER Chairman fn QF 5 if JOYCE TREPEL Vlce Chairman Wwvffw T... NOREEN DRHJEN Lois MCLEAN Secretary Librarian w Page 41 4,0 FRESHMAN CUMNIITTEE THIS year the Freshman Committee got around the problem ot presenting a "bigger and better" Freshie Week by using a royalty theme and shaking some new tricks out of their sleeves. A service and reception was held for the Freshmen on Sunday, Oct. 1, at Broadway Baptist Church. Rev. E. Checkland in his address, "Can You Do lt?" stressed the need of a well-rounded education. Monday, Norval Brown and Bob Gardiner emceed a monster pep rally for the down- town faculties. This rally was repeated to an overilowing auditorium at Fort Garry on Tuesday. Wednesday, Blue Bombers' Tom Casey referred a riotous wrestling match between King Kong Katie from St. Mary's and Gorgeous Georgina from Home Ec. Casey lost this shirtj. A relay race of tri- cycles, bicycles and horses was staged on Thursday and St. Paul's captured the newly- created "Thundermug".l One feature of the Pow-wow the same night was the burning of the bannisters of "Ye Olde C.O.T.C. Building." Friday, the final frenzied day, saw the Cornucopia ot Agriculture take first prize in the Parade Float contest. The culmin- ating climax of the week was the crowning ot Ruth Thorvaldson of Arts as Freshie Queen at the Civic Auditorium on Friday night. 'EZ' f LAUDEP. Mozsu. RoN Moiuocx CO'ChdfTmdTn Boa GARDINER BETTY JANE IVICKENTY JOHN MEDLAND Pep Rally .Queen Parade Page 42 RAY HARDAKER Nonvm. BROWN DICK SCHOUTEN Parade Pep Rally Publicity SUCH-ll CUMMITTEE HE Social Committee swung into its program for the 1950-51 social season with "Autumn Serenade", a moderately successful dance, held at the Civic Auditorium on November 3. For the "Paradise Prom," annual Colossus of the year dances, both the Crystal Ballroom and the Oak Room of the Royal Alexandra Hotel were used. It was not a great success, perhaps because it was decided that it should be formal for the coeds. The Civic Auditorium on February 9 became the scene ot the invigorated "Varsity Varieties". Featured were tour faculty skits of professional ROYl'l.-NRDAKER calibre, plus individual acts and routines. Con- Chmfman vened by Wilson Barbour, and emceed by Barry McCorquodale and Des McCalmont, the show was greeted with exceptional enthusiasm. "Color Night", the final big social event, took place in the main dining room of the Royal Alexandra on March 9. Offices of the U.M.S.U. were exchanged and the work ot Committees and individuals was recognized. Dancing followed in the Crystal Ballroom and the curtain fell for the social year. l 552319 Q, fiwf- 1: :yLz???Q5y5T?6 ' "ff 4t?Z:fF3-e? ivan , E A 1:9111 ii X ' ti 5 ' 'V ff e z? A Wu.soN Bamaoux JOHN MBDLAND HELEN PURCHASE Blu. MARTIN Varsity Varieties Publicity Decorations Business Manager Cfonvenor co:-ii Page 43 DEHATINH UNIUN 'HE continued success manifested by our Debating Union was due largely to the R excellent work done by the members of this sub-committee. In the McGoun Cup com- petition, so efficiently handled by Manly ' f Israels, our four debaters established a most W enviable record in winning unanimous decisions on both sides of the debate, thereby regaining the McGoun Cup for Manitoba. The Winnipeg debaters, Margaret Mann and Sha Sabzali, spoke to an audience' of approximately 550 people. The receipts were SSl45.00! Chas. Smith and Cliff Matthews won the National Finals in Ottawa with only one vote scored against them. ln the inter-faculty sphere approximately 80 debates were conducted. The attendances were good and ran as high as 250. The Fort Garry Division, chaired by Al Molaro, con- ducted semi-weekly debates with eminent suc- cess. These noon hour debates were each Clm""m" judged by at least one faculty member and this resulted in a marked increase in debating proficiency. C, VVVYRZYKOXXWJKI The student interest in debating, which this year reached a record high, was furthered by the excellent publicity in the Manitoban, arrangements for which were made by Martin Kleiman. Extensions, under Lorne Reznowski, despite strict financial limitations, was able to arrange a debate with Grand Forks and two debates before Winnipeg High Schools. All in all, this year has seen an unprecedented improvement in the calibre of debates and student interest in debating. 1 'J' ' ti 'V MISSXNG AL MOLARO Fmt Guru' Cllaxrnian I-'ORNE REZNOWSKI Extension Debating 'pw 3 5' . MANLH' lSRAIiLS MARTIN KLEIMAN SYBIL Hum' CHARLES MCKEEN HAROLD STEVENSON McG01i11 Cup Publicity Secretary Downtown Chairman U.M.S.U. Rep. ChL1l77Tl!17'l -A' f---iso: Page 44 STAGE SUCIETY HIS year has left us with the firm belief that the society must be completely re- organized. The organization of the major production is all right and as soon as more reasonable facilities for its presentation are established, this venture will prove a success from the box office angle as Well as the artistic. It is in an attempt to reach the new students and develop latent talent that the society fails to Work. The experiment with student directed and produced shows has failed. The only solution is to go back to the Inter Faculty Festival and see what can be done with reducing costs of this venture. BOB GARDNER Unless some medium of developing acting President material is found there will be no actors for a major production. We can only hope that next year's committee is more successful in solving this problem than we were. The Chairman of this committee hopes that this year's program as far as it Went was an entertaining one from the spectator's point of view and an instructive one from the actors. Thanks to all those who Worked so hard to make things as successful as they were. wtf x 1 DON Roncens NORAH BRANDON Izzy ASPER Joyce HAicE B. MCCORQUODALE DOUGLAS PARKER Business Nfanager Membership Publicity Makeup VicefPresident Student Productions BAISSITJCS FRANK JOY DICK Sci-IOUTEN ANNA CAESER Student Productions Radio Secretary Page 45 H CREATIVE CAM PU S .W ..-..v"" P I MOISHF BLACK ELilfOT GW! CLIFF WATT LEONARD WEINSTTIN IRWIN SIIATZ ZENON POHORIECKY BETTY SHEPHERD Art EJIVIOT Prose Edxtor CITCILIHIIOH Illustrations Poetry Editor -lcon Page 46 'R ti- G I YQ: 1. au X-X 1, HQ! . 1 'MA .. 2, "p is sl RESIDENCE Page 47 House l'0mmitt WOMEN'S AND MISS GOVAN av MEN'S AND DEAN WEBSTER WflNlEN'S HvllllSE THIS year the Women's House Committee was blessed with a new Dean, Miss Govan. Our Assistant Dean, Miss Weber, is back with us again this year. The first social event of the year was The Freshie Dance. Two of the Freshie Queen candidates who lived in Residence were in attendance. The House Committees acted as hosts and hostesses. Next was the F reshie Reception and it ter- minated with the traditional Snake Dance led by the Dean. The Hallowe'en Dance, one of the best parties of the year, was attended by every- thing from cats to bunny rabbits but the prizes were awarded to a group of Indian girls and a Scotchman. For the first time in years, the day of the Christmas Tea arrived minus snow tlurries. NlEN'SP1E HE House Committee strove to maintain peace and order but this can only be done by the co-operation of the resident students. Some questions which are still probably in the minds of the House Committee members are-Who are the fire cracker fiends?-Who are the fellows who have all night bridge sessions? President Gillson has been very co-operative this year in bringing our Resi- dence back into shape after the spring flood. In our monthly meetings with the President, the members of the House Committee, who are the representatives of the students, were able to present their complaints, grievances and suggestions direct to the President who did his utmost under the circumstances to meet the students' needs. The guests were entertained in a very festive atmosphere, thanks to the Decorating Com- mittee. A new event for a new year was the Barn Dance. It was such a success that it is thought it will become an annual event. The Valentine formal, with its romantic atmosphere of soft lights, was an even greater success than in previous years. Many thanks to the Committees in charge of these events and to the Sunday Night Program Committee. Because of the disastrous flood, fall sports were at a minimum but they began again in full swing in '5l. Due to the co-operation between the Deans, House Committee and the Residence students and the interest shown by Dr. Gillson, the 1950-51 session for Residence was a success. SIIJENCE The Social Committee arranged dances either on the Friday or Saturday, almost every Week. When there were no dances, a movie was shown. The Sunday night Social Com- mittee arranged a series of very good and interesting shows for the season. The at- tendance Was remarkable at these shows. A great number of the students participated in various sports. This activity was delayed until the gyms were remodelled and repaired. Basketball, volleyball, hockey, curling, bad- minton and ping pong were among the activities. The memory of Hallowe'en night will long be held by Residence students-although their 55.00 will be lost. CODY-1 Page 49 ,. fs 1 1 " 1 'W YVWA Residence Candids sw W .4 N Q 50 Rx I f if Q ' 1.x 511' -V h A 1' X I n MQ5 Q f x' Hu xi! V 4? 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JR E E V Q S54 XM e 1 f 11-44 .1A- ' X X E 5x5lr N5 f " giifffjilflfi 5 45559 3111213111313-1fQf+ 1 gf s 5 S1 1 ,X ? iatllp f f s 5 E HH gg 1 1 S 1 1 1155311 1- 11311131 1 1 1 f -SE f itll!!! i f l ig 3 Q S1 Q g gg A will H a t ff E i' 1 .35525 F a' ' , li Fl 1 541' wh 1, , :1ELwi11p1.ff:?' s9f'GdJ1- gra fl 1' I 'x" . fx. 'A y Kwe extend a cordial greeting and best Wishes for a happy and prosperous future to the young men and Women now ready to em- bark upon a useful career in Agriculture. Ugg qfwnnffag -J 'min gxcgan 5 +zm Page 54 X ?? ?? ?? ?? ETULCE T0 WESTERN AGRICULTURE The reputation of prairie wheat has become so firmly established in the markets of the World that Canadians are prone to take for granted the extraordinary development of this great industry. Actually, only 72 years have passed since the first trial shipment of grain was loaded on a Red River barge for export through the United States. Two major factors com- bined to ensure rapid transition from this humble begin- ning to the proud position now held in the markets of the World: namely, the construction of Canada's transportation system, and the establishment of the Winnipeg Grain EX- change in 1887. ln keeping with the facilities it has provided down through the years for all concerned in the buying, selling, and shipping of grain, the Grain Exchange proudly stands Within a stone's throw of the historic site referred to above, ready for continued service to Western Agriculture. t Page 55 Page 2 PA '1 STX X Q-. N51 5 7' 1. .X 'W 4" 'X' 1 iv . 1 'z' 'Q - 3. ' . ,3 te "'- "' QNX ., R ,. ST 1920 .... 1921 1922 1923 1924 .,.. 1925 1926 1927 1928 .... 1929 1930 .4.. 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 EDITORS ..,..l. P. Gowan . . . . . .Ethelwyn Ellis . . .L. E. Abremovich ,....C. W. Gordon . . . .E. G. Harkness . . . ,E. G. Harkness .....H, L. Draper .....H. B. Gourley . . . .H. E. Handtord , . . . .Peter Zanphir . . . .Sam Freedman ........,.,R.E.Guy , . . .G. M. Malcolmson . . . . . Yuill Lougheed . . . . . Vincent Cooney . . .Norman Bergman ,. . ...Eric Thrift ....,..F. S. Westwood . , .Harold B. Stringer , ,A. Brian Campbell . . . . .lohn W. Pankiw . . . .Daniel B. Fenny . . . . . .Sol J. Prasow . . . .lohn W. Graham ,....,Kelvin Stanley W.Pankiw . .II-Iarvey Vlasichuk 1 Pauline Clark .........InaRoscoe , , . .Ross Henderson . . . .fAllan Ireland Tloyce Lee . . . . ,Allan Ireland YQU HAVE reached the end of a four year programme of lectures, labs, games, books, friendships, seminars, midnight de- bates, essays, notes, troublesome budgets and exams. Some of you will go on for post- graduate work, others will say farewell to labs, essays and examinations. l would be disappointed if anyone felt inclined to separate himself from the books and the eternal search for truth. And l know that the friendships of University days will be warm and lovely and lasting. Those associa- tions will grow in attractiveness. lt is a Page 56 M I- W. G. MacEwan Dean, Faculty of Agriculture and Home Economics reasonable guess that the day will come when you will point to certain celebrated scientists, one or more members of Parliament, a few reeves of municipalities, some well-known educationists and some conspicuous leaders in rural Canada and say with pride: "l was at The University of Manitoba with those chaps." You are fortunate fellows. See that your good fortune sharpens your sense of social and moral responsibility. I hope that in the name of your Faculty you will always be bolcl for justice and tolerance and honesty. V. E. MCNAIR,. . M. W. THOMPSON IVIERVIN MCKAI' CAMERON BROWN KEN EINARSON JOHN GOODS DORCAS ANN BATHO BARBARA MACLEAN WM. WALLACE.. . DONALD COOR . ROGER BLACK . Semor Stuck Senior U.M.S.U. Senior B. 6' C. junior B. CE' G. ..Sr. Manitoban jr. Mamtoban Lnerary and Debating . . .Social . .4th Tear Pres. 3rd Tear Pres. Znd Tear Pres. 'I LEW BOVVERMAN. KEN DRAPER . . DAN QUADRELLI CLIFF KENNEDY. THOMAS ARREL CARRY GREGORY H. C. MILNE .... WELLAND STONEHOIJSE E. W. SOMERS RICHARD BOOKING BRIAN PARKER . lst Tear Pres. Znd Diploma Pres. Znd Drplomo Lmson Sr. Treas. . jr. Treas. Athlemcs Pres. . Fanr Manager Publxcmty Manager . Secretary . jr. U.M.S.U. Editor The Hay Baler Agriculture Council Page 57 Degree Course Vernon E. McNair Shoal Lake, Man. Entered the General Option Course in 1947. Vernon was the liinior Brown and Gold Rep., 1948-49, Senior Rep., 1949-50, 1950-51, he was the Senior Stick of Agriculture. Active in the curling sphere, Co-Curling Con- vener for 1948-49. Vernon's ambi- tion --to do extension worl-1 in the agricultural field and to get married as soon as possible. Fred Slevinsky Fort KQIN, Alta. The priiitld father of a growing family-says he had to come to Manitoba for a course in Agriculture and a bride. A member of the Alpha Omega Society and active in bowling and volleyball. Dorcas A. Batho Minnedosa, Man. Entered Uni- versity in 1947, taking the General Economics Course. Dorcas worked with the Manitoban staff 1948-50, and was Debating Chairman in 1951. At all times active in the literary and de- bating field of the faculty. Also S.C.M. Residence Rep. in 1948-49, and Secretary in 1949-50. For the future--newspaper work and mar- riagel Peter Bergen Pete received his High School work from Correspondence Colleges and entered the Plant Science and Entomology option in 1947. The quiet, student type, Pete hopes to do work in the Economic Entomology field and is now doing graduate work in Entomology. Harold M. Boughton Arden, Man. Graduated from Ar- den High School. Entered the General Option Course in 1947 after two years and six days as an Army Corporal. Married, one lovely daughter and one lovely wife. For the future- -Agricultural Research. Melvin A. Cameron Snowflake, Man. Graduated ffgm Snowflake Consolidated. Entered the General Option Course in 1947. Holder of a United Grain Growers' Entrance Scholarship. Melvin hopes to work in the field of Agricultural Economics and possibly do Post Graduate work. Page 53 ft -.yn i .5-vw., . 4' t. -.. 1 fx! .4 -. . - - , . , . .J . . . . Q .. , . .Q Mn, ti , . . it Q " . ,.., 4 .., s '- U 9 I Q . . . in . ' ' .. if to . , Q 1- 4 . . : -,Q I . . gif - --Q, , , ' --ti 41- Y .. f Q!" we - s 42.-its T4 , . . ..,.i...,! . . .. ...Hp .. . - ,114--QE .. , ...mv f . . A L. ,,,fn oy. . liilvl-'vi , K 1s..?,,4 1: .. . if-it-ei - - sieve' - wt leer , , k2.?ifl . . wsitas. 1,1 -4.1 l. ., .,.-. ,Aft . lf.-..t.' u .' . Q n ' Q. , fi-.,,.u5 K . 4-'aim' ' . , v-'wg - A 1 ' S' 4 I r D .H .- ,. . 1- -.Q it 4 - ' 'wg' . .sn .f LZ?" 'gi is r,L..x .aligni- ,mist J' My ,??,5'5' , QF.-4., n 4--fy gi ir' sign-If.: 4 'its FW!-sf' ' Qssgili-, ' -, a ftggeggai 4" - Q30-.t.. 1 ' ' . 1. . P. ...,, 'E :WJ 'A " itil-Wifi? - ggmf.-f ,- ,aii.....1 as QI rS,r:s4.' . x ,- Uhr-,f - . P157 M' 1 ' W... .. . . . I If 'hr .. 1 Q. .,. .- . , .-,. . . 1 . , . .. 4 . r F yi' ' 1. at . f al..- .Wa I 'IP' 'l i sis- .I . '-1 n - 4 ,In , ,. . . in 4 , . . . D l Q 4 v ,ai . . 511, it . . Mo' 1 fl' .L . n . nl.-n l v 4 f.: 5 , :thigh I Jr -Q, - Q 3625. ali... . y,.f4L . -. . . x . my ' L A . . f equf nw. -1 dhtml "G Master oi Science John Brown Winkler, Man. lohn grew up in the Winkler district and came to the University after having served in the Royal Canadian Signal Corps. After starting his course John married a local nurse. Majored in Animal Genetics and will seek employment in the Civil Service. Degree Course Donald L. Baker McCreary, Man. Graduated from McCreary High School. Entered Agriculture in 1947. A Navy man. While at University Don entered into curling activities. He is married and hopes to secure employment in the agricultural field. Gerald E. Belisle Fertile, Sask. Graduated from Fer- tile High School and Fort William Canadian Vocational Training School. Spent four years in the R.C.A.F., European Theatre. Gerald entered the General Option Course in 1948. He is married and has one son. Wallace V. Bjarnarson Langruth, Man. Graduated from Langruth Consolidated. While at University Wally was on the execu- tive of the Manitoba Young Liberals. Played soccer and hockey in his spare time. Wally will make a success of farm life. Really enjoys life and trys to get everything he can from it. Very active in residence affairs C?l. William V. Briercliffe Dugald, Man. Bill completed his High School education at Gordon Bell. For 1950-51 he was Faculty Rifle Convener. Also took part in the City Sporting Rifle Competitions, the Inter-Varsity Rifle Team, and lntra-mural Rifle Team. A former Navy man, Bill intends to stay with Agriculture as a profession. Vernon D. Burrows West Kildonan, Man. Graduated from West Kildonan Collegiate. ln 1949 he entered the Plant Science Option in Agriculture. While at "U", he has been Volleyball Con- vener and worked in Pl. Sc. Dept. Vernon intends to study for a Masters Degree in Plant Science at the U. of M. Has received some of the top marks of his class. Degree Course John I. Comeau Dufrost, Man. Graduated from St. Boniface College. lohn entered University in 1944, received his B.A. in 1948 and entered Agriculture in 1948. Held Manitoba Scholarships in 1948 and 1949. Editor of this year's Telephone Directory. Has participated in faculty bowling. lohn hopes to secure a Masters in Agricultural Economics. Gord S. N. Curtis Souris, Man. Graduated from Souris Collegiate and entered Dairy Science in 1947. Gord has been in the Varsity Dance Band and Brass Band for three years. He has taken part in curling and hockey activities, also Residence "Bull Sessions". No intentions as to the future. Kenneth R. Einarson Gimli, Man. Graduated from Gimli High School. ln 1947 Ken entered the General Option Course with a Manitoba Scholarship. He has been the Faculty Rep. for the Manitoban and has played a bit of volleyball. For the future-graduate work in Agricultural Economics. Ragnar W. Gillis Morden, Man. Graduated from Morden Collegiate. Ragnar entered the General Option Course in 1948. Married, He hopes to do extension work in Agriculture. Douglas R. Gowler Boissevain, Man. Graduated from Boissevain Collegiate. Entered the General Option Course in 1948. Doug took part in the City Sporting Rifle Competitions of 1949-51. He has been on Inter-Varsity and Intra- mural rifle teams and has done Faculty curling. Future: undecided, possibly something in the field of Agriculture. Garry R. Gregory St. Norbert, Man. Entered the General Option Course in 1947. One of Agriculture's flashing hockey forewards. Garry is active in all sports. Sports Rep. in Second and Third years. Grand Champion Showman at the Student's Winter Fair, 1950. Athletic Pres., 1950-51. For the future-farming at Sweet- heart Farm? s ! ,i. u.,U rttiy, sgszls, fi .ip Lgfuzikq iafiewe "SET: "3 v---N-V. . K , '1, sr 1, N... .Tyrr- t ni i ' ll f 9 'ra l P -A is -, .ip M, , V ..,. 1 gn' niiuzfi ug 4- 'Anya' va 'j .,,,.,'.fg ,.f.-L.. ,rg tra' 5,3-...,. s. ..... edit! s is 'ft We NWT?" V ,,.'v Z g is y :FL 5v.f..,- K A 'L ,I .., ' 77. I f. ,. . ., 'f-f- V . r K ' ff' I -.af is S gl rg ' i . ,:-.. .rr W' x L .L ' -J' ,M--, ""' ' Hia 1 'K - if-f ..."f, .. ' "tif . Y - ' A ,..1 . . ff- An ., , ..i: 'leafy' 1 A ,,.-v l .vim IEA lb- r .. M.Ei....3 Degree Course Howard H. Christie Windsor, Ont. Graduated from Hon. H. C. Kennedy Collegiate Institute. A gentleman and a scholar. Plant Science Option. During his second and third years Howard held lsbister Scholarships, also the Cunningham Memorial Scholarship. Hopes to continue his studies to secure a Masters' Degree in soils. Thoman M. Ducharme Gunton, Man. Graduated from Gunton High School. ln 1947 Tom entered the General Option Course. He has spent tive years in the Army and spends all present spare time competing with the 'forty-beer men? He is undecided concerning future intention. William H. Foott Winnipeg, Man. Graduate of Kel- vin High School. ln 1946 William entered Agriculture, choosing the Entomology Option. While at "U" he participated in interfaculty bowl- ing and volleyball. To his creditf six and one halt years with the RC.- A.F. Married. lntentions for the future-Entomology. Edward K. F riesen Gretna, Man. Graduated from Gretna High School. Agronomy Option and has worked with Domin- ion Rust Lab. While at Ed par- ticipated in curling. Before "U" Ed had spent four years in U.K. with the R.C.C.S. Married, and has a family. Future-Plant Breeding. Glenn Gorrell Warren, Man. Graduated from Glenella and United College. Glenn entered the General Option Course in 1948. Always ready for fun-the class "Kibitzer?". George S. Grogan Norwood, Man. Graduate of Nor- wood Collegiate. George saw three years of Army life in England, Belgium, Holland and Germany. He entered the General Option Course in 1946. Participated in faculty curling. lntends to spend future down on the farm? Page 59 Degree Course I ack C. Guppy Prairie Grove, Man. Graduated from Norwood Collegiate. Entered the Plant Science Course in 1947, after spending one and a half years in the Army. lack hopes to do ree search and Post Graduate studies in Entomology. Bert Hamilton Holland, Man. Graduated from Holland High School. Spent four and a half years with the R.C.A.F.-8 months overseas. Entered the "U" in 1946, taking the Plant Science Option. As to the future, Bert is uncertain. Murray C. Johnson Neptune, Sasl-i. Graduated trofn Bromhead High in Saskatchewan. Spent five years overseas as a trooper in the Army. Entered "U" in 1943-Agoronomy Option. Un- decided as to the future. Robert L. Kapilik Limerick, Sask. Attended Limerick High, and then Balfour Tech. High School in Regina. Six and one-half years in the R.C.A.F, Entered the General Option Course in 1947. Second year President, and active curler-also plays disorganized ping pong. Married, with family. lf you're in a tight spot, "Kap" will always help you out. Peter Kiez Rossburn, Man. Graduated, Elphin- stone, Man. Entered the General Option Course in 1948. Spent two and one-half years as Signalman in the Army. Has participated in both faculty volleyball and bowling. Plans for the future involve Extension Service in Agriculture. Fermanol P. Leclaire St. Adolphe, Man. Graduated from St. Adolphe High. Spent two years as Signalman in the Army. Entered the General Option Course in 1946. gWill seek employment along soil ines. Page 60 1 7 , ...a if P i . . 1 ... .-.11 .,s- 4 f. . :- Q Q- A--Lx .g,,2f.. wa' ' 'Mia' !,g5,...ag Mtg., Q .34 'Ep get.. 'fa fail Ev ' li ,::'., ,, , ,J . 23li.....:i .W tt: L. "gn, .W-ss.. teak,-, Q2 :xc sv' "ff ttttl, at ,A gn lu is. ., -' . .-.. J 1 '-: s-i e ,.. swat-- tsf... ,tt .. ,,i , i IST' ' 2 as AW 1 -...Q ..'. .N Q.. gi '47 S V.. ,ity X j if 7 VU' ' E. .QQ Y ,. 9' 5 ii .--4' yr if , ...-4' AQV I 1 Q si ., . , 51,5 i ,.. sz. , Q 3 V .1 tt- , f 5- ,L ' . ---. .M ss , , ' F E fC',Iq9:M1 'ia -ti-iQ'.T'?Q'4i?E we W- fi - "" r it n-,uf-f.. 11 rf- if .gl- r ,ffl- i... N. ,a .ie .. oy' if if it .li ,sm . wi. ga--.rx hits" .mis A .,ig, K., XA , , 4 ff.. 'I A au, L ig in fi' 4,1 ., t 'l .. l iifi.. tfa.- l.m-f- it lltif... ' ' t,x:,,2L .-bitt-, . f?f65?w .-za as Q 'A 42'g,.? gg, :L ' . ltg "2 . gtg all - ali lt "9?'8f--i' :"-' -' my gf: -' ,3Bx,Egftfl1,,.4t1i4,3,Jttt.. eralimaaaimgt Degree Course Hannes A. Hallgrimson Cypress River, Man. Attended Glenboro High School and grad- uated from United College. Hannes entered the General Option Course in 1948. After graduation e to work!!! William G. H. Ives Oatfield, Man. Matriculated from the D.V.A. Ford Annex after four years in the Air Force. Held lsbister, Winnipeg Cold Storage and the Roderick McKenzie Scholarships. Has participated in curling activities on the campus. Intends to work as an Entomologist, majoring in statis- tics. 1s married, with a family. William T. R. Johnson Morden, Man. Graduate of Maple Leaf Collegiate, Morden. Entered University in 1948, selecting the General Option Course. Intends to enter Public Service work, and later, possibly, farming. Sorn Kear Winnipeg, Man. Attended Daniel Mclntyre and lsaac Newton High Schools. Entered the Dairy Science Course in 1948. Participated ac- tively in curling, golf, table-tennis and swimming. Undecided as to future. Maurice I. C. Larrivee St. Boniface, Man. Graduate of M.T.O. Spent four and one-half years in the R.C.A.F.-serving both in Canada and England. Entered the Plant Science Course in 1947. Is newly married, and sees a future as an Agriculturist before him. Allan G. Lee Pierson, Man. Graduate of St. Iohn's College. General Option Course. Was on Residence House Committee. lntensely interested in sports, Allan is the boy who can really carry a rugby ball down the field. His sports activities include rugby, hockey, curling, volleyball, soccer, track and field. Will probably farm after graduation. Degree Course Alstair W. MacKenzie Winnipeg, Man. Attended Gordon Bell and United College. Entered the General Option Course in 1948. Al has been Treasurer of the Senior Leaders' Corps, Y.M.C.A., since 1947, and Secretary of the Silver Y since 1948. ls interested in swim' ming and volleyball. For the future ..... f?J. Douglas R. Mc!-Xuley McAuley, Man. Graduated from Ruthuglen High School. Entered the General Option Course in 1947. Participated in faculty curling for the terms from 1948-50. Will probably return to the town they named after him. Redvers I . McFarlane Carman, Man. Graduated from Graysville Consolidated. Spent three years in the R.C.A.F., in the Pacific as Corporal. Entered the General Option Course in 1947. For the future-hopes to continue nu- tritional studies. Burke D. McNeill Melfort, Sask. Graduated from Russell Collegiate in Russell, Man. Entered the General Option Course in 1947. Was Co-Curling Convenor for 1950-51. Future plans not quite set but favors work along livestock branch. Frederick P. Mowat Gladstone, Man. Attended the High School in Gladstone. Entered the General Option Course in Agriculture in 1947. Participates in hockey and curling activities. An- other grad. who intends to spend his future "down on the farm." Milton A. Muldrew Winnipeg, Man. Graduate of Kel- vin and United College. Entered the Dairy Option Course in 1948. Participates in faculty curling, golf, swimming and ping-pong. He is Recreation Convener of Robertson Memorial Young Peoples' Union. Treasurer of their Sunday School and a member of the choir. Hopes to secure work connected with Dairy industry. 3.5- .rr . 53 sin fast HIT ,5,,im.W,.ns, -'Nav lv "it, ,gwm 1 Q . .Q 4, ,,.... .4 '-- w r M... .. l-...,. Degree Course Robert Mayba Arran, Sask. Graduated from North Battleford Collegiate lnstitute. Spent two years in the R.C.N.V.R. Entered the Plant Science Course in 1947. Was Literary and Debating Pres. in his fourth year. Alpha Omega Society of the lntends to do government or industry work. Was just married flanuaryl. Donald McCaskill Steinbach, Man. Graduate of Stein- bach Collegiate. Entered the General Option Course in 1947. For the future-no plans as yet. 1VIervin C. McKay Pilot Mound, Man. Entered the General Option Course in 1947. Has kept busy while at Brown and Gold Staff 1949-515 Co-Curling Convenor, 1950-51. Merv has also been on the Residence House Coma mittee. CSocial evening showsl. Active in faculty curling, soccer, hockey, rugby and volleyball. Harvey C. Milne Oak Lake, Man. General Option. Asst. Editor of the Hay Baler, 1949, and Manager of the Students' Winter Fair, 1951. Active in debat- ing and a laycee. Harvey served five years with the Armyilfuropean Theatre. ln the futureAwill enter the commercial field. Howard M. Motheral Snowflake, Man. Another "Snow- flake", Entered the General Option Course in 1948. For the future- farming at Cyou guessed itll Snow- flake. Tom Page Winnipeg. Graduated from St. 1ame's Collegiate. vEntered the General Option Course in 1948. Has reached his graduating year with an unbroken record for perfect C91 timing as far as lectures are concerned. Page 61 Degree Course John R. Rogalsky Winnipeg. Graduated from Spring- stein High School. Entered the General Option Course in 1947. Wishes to continue in Agricultural work -as ti practical farmer. Thomas H. Sigfus son Lundar, Man. Attended Lundar Consolidated and United College. Entered the General Option Course in 1947. Was Fourth Year Social Rep for 1950-51. Professional work included in plans for the future. Also a competitor for the H40 beer" title. Wesley B. Smith Winnipeg. Graduated from Lord Selkirk and St. 1ohn's. Entered the Plant Science Option in 1948. ls active in volleyball and bowling, and this man also plays a fine pianna. For the future, a Masters in Agri- cultural Economics and maybe that little blonde nursel Maurice W. Thompson Winnipeg. Graduated from Lord Selkirk and St. lohn's High Schools. Spent four years in the R.C.A.F. in the European Theatre. Entered the General Option Course in 1946. lunior and Senior Rep. to U.M.S.U. in Third and Fourth years. Vice Stick 1950-51. Has fond hopes of representing Aggie in Lower Slo- bovia after graduation. George W. Wallace Winnipeg. Graduated from Gordon Bell. Spent three years in the R.C.A.F. serving in Eastern Canada. Agronomy Option. During his third and fourth years at "U" Bill was Class President. lntends to find work along the soils line. Nick Zahara Gardenton, Man. Graduated from Teulon Collegiate. Spent five years as Corporal in the R.C.A.M.C. En- tered the General Option Course in 1946. lntends to do farming or Civil Service work. Page 62 f 1 4 liwiyfrtts tif .I., .,a..,,. E 1 . ,V .,,..-. . . .. .. 44, ..i.f,.if ., .33 Q,-,,,. is :asf-is 't . ,, . . - 4 rl - -1 ...yn- . -. f ff Q- , gi. 1 fi 'Tr was rf' Ya 5-53:51 is Qfwrfi Q, V au, s. ,2 ' 'Stieff' - '51 .,..,,,n,.. 5 . Saw . ya ' ,with V is.,,Z,f.1 fi? It . 1 455' V M.. t 'gsiigfnti' 1,555.1 "+R: A 2. . if.. i .,.,. , , r yi, ,, QLQQ, mi . 'ggi 1':,4. 3,1 ,-Kava. ,,.m.2 311.2422 Km-tw iggfgft ,-u. 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Has participated in the Glee Club, Choral Society, Aggie Fair, and curling. W.A. Rep., 1950- 51. Active in debating and the SCM. Plans to teach next year. Iames N. Smart The Pas, Man. Graduated from The Pas Collegiate. Entered the General Option Course in 1948. A curling fan. Wants to get rich quickly. After graduation intends to claim a share in the National Income. Edwin W. Somers Strathclaire, Man. Entered Com- merce in 1946 and General Option in 1948. Has held a Manitoba Hotel- keepers' and Brewers' Scholarship. Ed has participated in faculty de- bating, soccer and curling. Sec. of the Aggie Council. Strongly at- tracted to the library evenings. Hopes to own a farm, but may do research or extension work in Poultry Science. Isaac A. Toews Armand, Man. Entered University in 1948 and selected the Horticulture Option. His sports activities include hockey and soccer. This loker's two main ambitions are to do horti- culture extension work and to live the happy life of a bachelor. "Ike" will undoubtedly change his mind. Norman V. Vigfusson Selkirk, Mari. Graduated from Selkirk Collegiate. Entered the General Option Course in 1947. Holder of Manitoba Brewers' and Hotelkeepers' Scholarship for three years. lntends to work in the Agri- cultural field. James H. Muir Winnipeg. Graduated from Daniel Mclntyre. Entered "U" in 1947. Plant Science Option. lames is a fellow who takes his work seriously, but doesn't let it interfere with coffee-time in the "cat". Diploma Course James K. Chegwin Swan River, Man. Graduated from Swan River High School. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Has held the Sir Rodmond Roblin Scholarship. Was Class Secretary in the term 1950-51. lntends to be a farmer. Gerry M. Craig Oakville, Man. Graduated from Oakville High School. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Partici- pates in curling activities. Intends to farm. Kenneth I . Draper Carman, Man. Graduated from St. lohn's College. Spent four years in the Army. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Was Class Presi- dent tor the terms 1949-50 and 1950- 51. Will return to farming. William W. Fetterman Grosse lsle, Man. Graduated from Grosse lsle High School. .Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. In- tends to be a farmer. Nelson M. I. Hulme MacGregor, Man. Attended a rural school. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Held the Co-operative Promotion Board Entrance Scholar- ship. lntends to be a farmer, John L. Kite Rapid City, Man. Attended Rapid City and Brandon Colleges. En- tered the Diploma Course in 1949. Was Literary Rep. in 1950-51. His sports activities include shooting, skiing and volleyball. lntends to be an agriculturalist. A Sigma Mu "frater". a- we 4 ..,. ,i .1 f .....,.,-s. fclfagati .Wa-fcgzi' if ,.. .1 ..'- Zlifif 'aa 1 .- if "ij, . r' yi HW' ,al . ..,, -.,,,,1. t , --W. ti.. fs ar r , .,' 32? we W.. " as YF' . ,Q n A ,ww U -i --"Qt F w 4 f .rv -.-- , 3' :- fs wt, i Q- .nff .Q an-P" M S0351 -rss. fr: g -19 .pdf Diploma Course Don. I. Craig Brookdale, Man. Graduated from Brookdale Consolidated 1299. En- tered the Diploma Course in 1949. lntends to continue farming. Henry C. Brown Deloraine, Man. Graduated from Falconer Collegiate. Entered "U" in 1950 in Second Year Diploma. lntends to be a farmer. William Drummond Roger A. Hoey Brookdale, Man. Graduated from Brookdale High School. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. ln- tends to get married. Marvin R. King Warren, Man. Graduated from Warren High School. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Held the Line Elevators' Farm Service Schol- arship. lntends to be a farmer. Alex M. Lytwyn Regent, Man. Graduated from Teulon High School. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. lntends to be a farmer. Doesn't drink or smokeg but is guite a boy with the ladies. Page 63 Diploma Course K. R. McDougall Wapella, Saslz. Graduated from Wapella High School. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Has par- ticipated in taculty volleyball. Thomas R. Moffat Strathclair, Man. Graduated from Strathclair High School. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Par- ticipates in curling activities. David G. Quadrelli Alexander, Man. Graduated from Alexander High School. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Was on the House Committee in charge ot socials and Vice-President ot his class. Sports: curling, volleyball and shooting. Would lil-ce to have friends and money at the same time. Would like to ranch, but will work on a grain farm at present. F rank A. Rabe Alexander, Man. Graduated from Alexander High School. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Par- ticipates in curling activities. ln- tends to be a farmer. Robert N. Stewart Virden, Man. Graduated from Virden High School. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Was Vice- Pres. in 1949-50. lntends to remain on the farm. Clifton I. D. Wardell We-llwood, Man. Graduated from Wellwood High School. Spent tive years in Germany in the Army. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Participates in curling activities. lntends to worl: on the farm. Page 64 Diploma Course Dennis McRae Selkirk, Man. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Intends to con- tinue farming. Robert I . Munroe Warren, Man. Graduated trom Warren Consolidated. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. lntends to be a farmer. Arthur Nowak Dugald, Man. Entered the Diploma Course in 1950. lntends to keep on farming. H ,ibert M. Rex Darlingford, Man. Graduated from the Maple Leat Collegiate Institute in Morden. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Participates in curling activities. lntends to be a tarmer. Alistair Turner Salmon Arm, B.C. Graduated from Salmon Arm High. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Was on Aggie's volleyball team in 1949-50. lntends to be a farmer. Philip P. Weatherald Wawota, Sask. Graduated from Wawota High and Luther College in Regina. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. lntends to return to the farm. Cdm6Vd Degree Course Clifford F. Barrett Fisher Branch, Man. Cliff was the Class Literary and Debating Rep., 1948-49. Married and has a family. Expects to be employed in Entomo- logical research with the Dominion Government. Cliff spends his sum- mers speedily covering large areas of plant science property with a butterfly net and a poison bottle. Ormond I . McNeill Miscouche, P.E.1. Graduated from Miscouche High School. Spent three years in the R.C.A.F. and then put in time at St. Dunston's "U", P.E.1. Dairy Science Option. Mar- ried and has a family. Thomas A. Murray Stellarton, Nova Scotia. Graduated from Stellarton High School. Spent three years in Canada and overseas in the R.C.A.F. Entered University in 1947 and spent the first two years at NSAC. in Truro, N.S. Dairy Science. Married with family. Future-return to the Maritimes! -Shy Grads Diploma Course David K. Davison Beresford, Man. Attended Brandon and Souris Collegiates. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Has par- ticipated in faculty curling and volleyball. Intends to be a farmer. James K. Chegwin Swan River, Man. Graduated from Swan River High School. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Has held the Sir Rodmund Roblin Scholarship. Was class Sec. in the term 1950-51. Intends to be a farmer. William H. Sharpe Manitou, Man. Graduated from Manitou High School. Spent one year in the Army. Entered the Diploma Course in 1949. Intends to return to the farm. Page 65 CONTENTS Introduction ,-,------. . . . Administration . V - . . - . . Student Administration Residence .-'.,r... - 2 . Faculty Sections , . ,.... . . Agriculture .-,, .V--V. Arch. and Int. Design ., Arts ,..,,.,.,.,. ,,.. Commerce ----V--.- Education .. 2 . . Engineering ...... Home Economics . A Law ........,,,.. Medicine ....., Nursing . . . Pharmacy . . V Science -..---.--- Social Work ...--,,. St. Jol'1n's College ,--- St. Mary's College St. Paul's College ,.-4 Fine Arts -.'.-'-. United College The Datebook ..,.... Athletic Directorate .-.. U.M.S.U. Awards . ,-,.. Photography Contest ........,,.... The Greek Section ..1....-..,,...... Canadian Officers' Training Corps .-.-. University Naval Training Division ....- Organizations --.--A- 4,-,-,-.-,- S T A F F e d it o r s roy lev lionel orlikow associate editor lynne russenholt graduates editor genevieve stark sports editor dick macoomb business manager glen murray staff assistants wanda gorski dolores gerus jake doerksen toby helmon kevin kavanagh circulation betty emery advertising frank allen a d v i s o r prof. j. a. russell Page 1 11 , 17 . 47 . 51 . 52 , 68 . 82 . 98 110 . 122 . 142 . 158 . 166 . 178 184 . 194 . 212 . 218 . 224 . 230 , 236 . 240 , 255 . 267 . 286 . 287 . 289 , 303 . 307 311 coo-l Page 3 'Y Agriculture Canclids Page 66 LAK.. s.,. - HE SEEDS AN ACRE IN 8 MINUTES With the aid of modern machines, Canadian farmers have overcome their shortage of help, and have stepped up their earnings, through increased production per man. In the event of possible all-out War, modern machine-farming Will safeguard Canada's food supply, in spite of further diversion of manpower. MASSEY-HARRIS , -fm-fx CANADIAN CONIPANY WITH A WORLD-WIDE ORGANIZATION I Page 67 ARCHITECTURE and INTERIGR DESIGN .- ,x , f4'9Q7 fw. k X A , W WE v . S x 3"""l4u . , , zz , ,X 1 , f pi g ,,,wEgai 41. bij K 'K Ja 1. x x' .-.zx X . wil -YA' Q' -1 uwfsfm N N 4534935 W ' 7 k' KffQ .xy yyx. Q HuN1'ER IT lS A GREAT privilege each year to have the opportunity of extending, through the medium of the Brown and Gold, a word of congratulation and best wishes to the mem- bers of the graduating classes in Architecture and lnterior Design. When l wrote a similar message last year to the mid-century class, it was without any knowledge of the unusual circumstances to be introduced by the Red River flood, which gave that class its first opportunity to demonstrate its individual abilities to cope with untoward difficulties and to acguit itself admirably. The best of educational programmes seeks to prepare men for social responsibility, and will concern itself with ends as well as means, with value as well as technigue. The School of Architecture through its curricula in Page 70 John A. Russel! M.Axcl1., M.R.A.I.C. Director of School of Architecture and Fine Arts Architecture and Interior De- sign seeks to develop men and women as individuals who will contribute creatively to society at a time when many strong forces would appear to be opposing any deviations from set patterns. lt is our aim not to stifle individuality by seek- ing to establish uniformity. At the same time we recognize the importance of responsibility as well as freedom in professions like Architecture and lnterior Design, in which the discipline of training must include the instructive, corrective, orderly and guidative. 'tThe discipline of Archi- tecture . . . demands all of a man's mind, to comprehend and assimilateg all of a man's skill and ability to practiseg all of a man's spirit, honorably to account for its stewardship. lt demands integrity, industry, intelligence, imagination, in- itiative. lt demands courage, perseverance, sacrifice and constant striving." CG. B. Cummings, F.A.l.A.i As future members of the professions of Architecture and lnterior Design, it is im- portant that you realize and accept your social responsibility, that you recognize your educa- tion as a continuing process, and that you give ever of your very best professional service. Remember that wherever we as individuals live and practise our professions, we are those professions. Wonderful progress during the first half of the twentieth century has led to great achievements in both Architecture and Interior Design. This is your immediate heritage. The rest of the century is yours in which to accept the responsibility of building securely on this foundation. Felicitasvobiscuml M 4 J' 'E WM. STRONG ROY MEIKELJOHN CAROL STRUM S. D. F. RESZETNIK STAN M. PAUCH HAROLD M. TETT BOB AORERMANN NORAH BRANDON. PAT CAUGHLIN, . SID DIAMOND Jim JOHNSON . STAN LANGTRY ROY Lev. . Senior Stack Vzce Suck Lady Suck Secretary Treasurer Senior U.M.S.U. Rep. Brown and Gold ,Social Corwenor .,W.A. Rep. . . Publicity Pres. 4 I.D. Pres. 3 I .D. . Perspective JERRY MCDONALD . CAL MCIX'ER BARR MCLEOD. GRANT MCKILLOP TOM ROBERTSON ORYST SAWCHUK AUDRE1' VAN SLYCK ROBERT MEIKELIOHN ART MUDRY REVA ANGEL LIBBY STALL AL McKAY .Merfs Athleucs . Pres. 4 A jumor U.M,S.U. Rep. . Pres. Z I.D. Pres. 3 A , Pres. 2 A . Women's Sports . Pres. 1 I.D. Pres. 1 A. .Beaux Arts ,Beaux Arts . Open House Architecture and Interior Design Council C6i Page 71 Bachelor Architecture William A. Strong Winnipeg. Graduate of Kelvin Tech. U.M.S.U. activities include being lr. and Sr. U.M.S.U. Rep. 1948-507 decorations for the Freshie Committee, 1948. For the faculty, Bill was Beaux Arts Decorations Convenor, 19497 S.A.S. Council, 1948-511 Senior Stick, 1950-51. Mem- ber of the Winnipeg lnter-Fac. Sr. Basketball Teams, 1948-502 also participated in volleyball, rugby, track. Member of Phi Kappa Pi Fraternity. cf ' Q I P 1 4 x 1 ' Leonard W. Anderson Dominion City, Man. Graduated from Dominion City High School and United College. Active in faculty hockey, soccer, football. During the war served for two years with the R.C.N.V.R. as an AIB in Canada and the Pacific. 14,,,,q.,""..1- Leslie E. Baker High River, Alta. Graduated from High River High School. Entered University in 1946. Served in the R.C.C.S. as a signalman for four years in Canada, England, North- west Europe. Thomas W. Bauld Halifax, Nova Scotia. Graduated from Halifax Academy. Entered University in 1946. Served as a Lieutenant in the Army for four years in Labrador, England and Europe. Will return east after graduation. QI, ' I 1 l'- '- -+I-' Paul I. P. Belter Edmonton, Alta. Graduated from St. loseph's High. Entered Uni- versity in 1947. Served as a P.O. for four years in the Navy. Will com- bine travel with work after gradua- tion. I 71.7.4- 'c Benedict C. E. Bouzan Winnipeg. Graduated from North- ern Vocational, Toronto, West Hill High, Montreal, Ford Plant, Winni- peg. Member of United College Film Club, 1948. Faculty hockey, 1947-507 Convenor, 19487 golf, 19487 lr. and Sr. Arch. Athletic Awards, 1948-49. Served for two years as a Corporal in Canada. Will do Post- Graduate work in the U.S. Page 72 Bachelor Interior Design Carol Strum Kipling, Sask. Graduate of Balfour Tech., Regina and United College, Winnipeg. Faculty Social Rep., 1947-507 Beaux Arts Convenor, 19502 Assistant Editor "Perspective, 1949- 507 lunior Editor "Tecs and Decs", 1948-497 Lady Stick of Faculty, 1950-51. Participated in faculty ski- ing and swimming. fu fl ' ' I 7' -if Bachelor Architecture Robert W. Antonsen Congress, Sask. Entered University in 1945. Participated in faculty curling and golf. Served as a Sergeant in the R.C.A.F. for two years in Canada. Wants to travel after graduating. Beverley Wm. Barnard Swan River, Man. Graduated from Swan River Collegiate. Participated in faculty basketball, curling, fenc- ing and golf. Member of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. Clifford L. Bell Saskatoon, Sask. Graduated from City Park High School. As a Flying Officer in the R.C.A.F. served for four years in Canada and the United Kingdom. Married with a family. Will work in Edmonton after grad- uating. George Edward Bemi Winnipeg. Graduated from M.T.1. Entered University in 1947. Active in inter-faculty hockey, football, basketball, volleyball, soccer and golf. George is married. Served for two years in the Navy as an STO' fc. lulum,"9'l John H. Cook Port Arthur, Ont. Graduated from Port Arthur Collegiate. Winner of the Hobb's Glass Scholarship, the Manitoba Architectural Association Scholarship. Married with a family. Will do Post-Graduate work. L'g9't-Qyllktfl Bachelor Architecture Juan Corkan Winnipeg. Robert I . Creighton Winnipeg. I ack Agnew Cuthbert Winnipeg. !t1lV'I X-T 7 " N. Gerald Dutcher Halifax, N.S. Graduated from St. Patrick's High. Entered University in 1947. Served as a Private in the Army for three years in Canada and the United Kingdom. lntends to be a millionaire. MP3, xy" George K. Garden Calgary, Alta. Attended Delta Collegiate, Hamilton, Ont., Western Canada High, Calgary, Mount Royal lunior College, Calgary. Won the David Lacey Cowan Memorial Scho- arship in 1949. On executive ot Ski Club since 1946, was Business Manager of same. Also a member of the Inter-Varsity Team 1947 and raced at Mt. Norguay. . I ' ' ,Q y, 1 -VXI' . -" Stan 'Qmiterek Norwood, Man. Graduated from Norwood Collegiate Institute. En- tered University in 1946. Served tour years with the Air Force in Canada. I, Fifi 51 Lili! il: ei. Bachelor Architecture Thomas W. Cowie Winnipeg. Graduated from Kelvin Tech. High School. Entered Uni- versity in 1946. Served for three years in Canada as a Corporal in the R.C.A.F. Married with a family. !7dfL,f'r,Ui'1v I-" wiiiiam R. Cridley Winnipeg. Graduated from D.V.A. Entered University in 1946. Served for five years in the Atlantic as a LfSMN in the R.C.N.V.R. Bill is married. 1 .. , ,I I 4.,Ig William Dinney Winnipeg. Graduated from Daniel Maclntyre. Entered University in 1946. Played Inter-faculty basket- ball. Served in the Air Force as a Flight Lieutenant in Canada and the United Kingdom for four years. Attilio Fabbro Kimberley, B.C. Graduated from the Kimberley High School. En- tered the University in 1944. Served as an OID in the Navy for a year. Lloyd F. Gauer Winnipeg. Graduated from Gordon Bell. Entered University in 1947. Served as a L.A.C. in the R.C.A.F. up north for four years. lVllvI,I,'l Irene S. Golubeff I Tallinn, Estonia. Graduated from Real 1V High School, Tallinn, Entered University of Karsruhe, Germany, in 1945, and then after coming to Canada in 1948, the Uni- versity of Manitoba in 1949. Athletic interests revolve about skiing. After graduation Irene will practice in Canada, preferably in Ontario. A I " ' ' Page 73 Bachelor Architecture Douglas V. Grayson Swan River, Man. Graduated from Swan River Collegiate. Entered University in 1947. Played goal for hockey team in 19485 second for Curling in 1947-51. David G. Henderson Winnipeg. Graduated from Kelvin. Entered University in 1945. Partici- pated in Faculty curling. l'YL Iames T. Irwin Brandon, Man. Kenneth R. Johnson Fargo, North Dakota. Graduated from Fargo Central High. Trans- ferred from North Dakota State after three and a half years to the U. of M. in 1949. Member of the Sigma Chi at North Dakota State. Served as an A.R.T., third class, in the U.S. Navy for two years in the U.S. His wife Donna and son Gregory will return with Ken to North Dakota after graduation. , 1 -.J - 1 ' I James A. Langford Winnipeg. Graduated from Cecil Rhodes and Daniel Maclntyre. En- tered University in 1946. Active in all Faculty sports such as basketball, volleyball, swimming, football, etc. I - I -'fix' M. Eileen Lundman Winnipeg. Graduate of Lord Sel- kirk and St. lohns. Worked on the Brown 51 Gold, 1948-497 Freshie Week Committee, 1949. Parti- cipated in intramural skiing. Hopes to travel in Europe after graduation. Page 74 r i -in . ? Hi bo .sift rtttttitgi' tfsgetttfi ftitiigf Lgwgfilg sexism, Igffim Q Miz. Q, . 1--M- Bachelor Architecture Richard C. Hale Victoria, B.C. Graduated from Victoria High School. Held the McMahon Ltd., 19485 the Ham Memorial, 1949, Scholarships. Class Pres. in 1947-48. Served as a Flight Sazgeant in the R.C.A.F. in Canada. I I 4 , -K VI7 iffy! Bill Hniden Edmonton, Alta. X -J I I I I 1 Roy Iessiman Vancouver, B.C. Entered University in 1941. Served for four years in the Army. Roy is married with a family. f I -. if 1 , -- ix I Angus I . Lamont Peace River, Alta. Graduated from Peace River High School. Entered University in 1947. Stewart Eric Lindgren Vancouver, B.C. Graduated from Kitsilano High. He was Assistant Treasurer of the Faculty in 1948-49 and Treasurer in 1949-50. Served as a Corporal in the Engineers from 1939-46 in Europe. Will likely re- turn West after graduation. ' 1 r , lg' I'1?. Callum Maclver Winnipeg. Graduate of Daniel Maclntyre. Participated in Faculty hockey, football, soccer, basketball, curling, volleyball. President of Athletics, 1946-47, 1948-495 Pres. of Fourth Year Architecture, 1949-50. Served as a Private for one year in Canada. ' 5 1 'I If " 5 ' . 1 . i . 5-,J--' at it Bachelor Architecture Albert E. Margetts Winnipeg. Graduate of Daniel Maclntyre Collegiate. Entered Uni- versity in 1945. Played rugby for Faculty. Served as a l...A.C. for five years in Canada. ' ' .. 'A' I My .loan A. McCuish Hanna, Alta. Graduated from Watts High and D.V.A. Entered Uni- versity in 1947. Served in the C.W.A.C. as a Corporal for three years, five months in London, Ont. John Mclntosh Calgary, Alta. :4 3-' Hugh W. R. McMillan Winnipeg. Graduated from Gordon Bell. Class Publicity Rep., 1947-50. A member of the Phi Kappa Pi Fraternity. ' 1 ,-1.-lx Thomas K. Nipper Winnipeg. Graduate of lsaac New- ton. Entered University in 1945. Active in faculty curling, hockey, rugby, soccer, volleyball. Served as a Signalman for one year in the Navy. He is married. ' 1 1 1 William C. Paulin Regina, Sask. Graduated from Central Collegiate and C.V.T., Re- gina. Entered University in 1947. Served for four and a half years as an AfB in the R.C.N.V.R. in the Atlantic, Pacific, North Africa. If . -' I . ., 9 xf'4"' ' UIKHHGA-v"L, l 5 +-.,, H, ,,. . ..., . 1- N , . X. W., . V 1 vc re s -3 lr.. is ' 1 5i.,i.-ffsTflZ..ff317i...3l555..,.3f+2i..f2flsffl- W 5 V, 1 .ff s .K sg ,ii titxigikii Jn' Ev 'KQV I 'iwvfi ,: ,Jig 4.1, 't 2. fi" ,, 1 .i 15... J. .pf .. erik, . ,jx Q tgp. ,QE ffiihf .2 L, aim. 1 ,.s,.v,,, 1 .if Y 368 .i.,st,y 5354? 3? ur i,.,g,z .IBB a , Bachelor Architecture Charles A. McCoo1 Winnipeg. Graduated from Gordon Bell. Served as L.A.C. for four and a half years in Canada and Overseas. 9 r I w Joyce M. McCuish Hanna, Alta. Graduated from Watts High and D.V.A. Entered Uni- versity in 1947, Served in the Army as a Sergeant for three years, two of them in Ottawa. Hugh F. McMillan Winnipeg. Graduated from Wood- stock High School, Mussoorie U.P., lndia. Inter-varsity sports: Bison Football, 1948, track, 1946-475 tennis, 1947. lnter-faculty sports: track, 1946-50, basketball, 1946-505 swim- ming, 1947-485 soccer, 1947-495 six man football, 1949. Served in the R,C.A.F. and Army for eighteen months. - 'v in n fr Z., . Roy W. Meiklejohn Provost, Alta. Graduate of Provost High School. Won the Manitoba Tourist Bureau Competition. Class President, 1948-507 Vice-stick of faculty, 1950-51. Served for four years as a Sergeant in the Army in Canada. -. J v 4 1 I ., Eugene Olekshy Calmar, Alta. Graduate of Calmar High. Entered University in 1946. Served as St.A. in the R.C.N.V.R. from 1944-46 in the Pacific. .. '1 .-.L I I Dorothy Reid Mission City, B.C. Graduate of Mission High School. Entered Uni- versity in 1946. Participated in faculty skiing. Served for four years in Vancouver as a Corporal in the C.W.A.C. Will go to Vancouver after graduation. Page 75 WHEN in September, 1909 a young Englishman, Dr. Henry P. Armes, joined the staff of the Uni- versity of Manitoba as a lecturer in chemistry, his colleagues unknowingly welcomed to their midst a man who was destined to become successively Head of the Department of Chemistry, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science and President of the University. On his arrival in Manitoba in 1909 he found the University consisting of a staff of about a dozen men and a single building, the old Science Building on Broad- way. He entered with such enthusiasm into the duties of his department and all the activities of the small Uni- versity circle that he soon won the admiration and affection of his colleagues. Dr. Armes served in World War I. At the battle of Passchendaele, he was severely wounded and as a result, was left with a serious physical disability for the rest of his life. In spite of this handicap he returned to his duties at the University and his success as a teacher of chemistry and his good judgment in the work of University com- mittees resulted in his promotion to an associate pro- fessorship in 1927. In 1922 Dr. Armes married Clare S. Simpson, a daughter of the late Frank G. Simpson of Winnipeg. His interest in military training led to his appoint- ment as commanding officer of the C.O.T.C. in 1929. Dr. Armes assumed the duties of Head of the Depart- ment of Chemistry following the retirement of Dr. Matthew A. Parker in 1927 and maintained the depart- ment in a high state of efficiency until his appointment as Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science in 1939. In his new duties as Dean, Dr. Armes' abilities as an administrator were amply demonstrated by the wisdom and good judgment that he brought to bear on the many difficult and intricate problems arising out of the impact of World War II on the functions of the University. On the resignation of Dr. Sidney E. Smith, Dr. Armes was appointed President of the University and carried the duties and responsibilities of this post with distinction for a year and a half until the appointment of President Truernan. In order to retain the benefit of Dr. Armes' great experience in University administration, the special post, "Dean of the University" was created by the Board of Governors and in this capacity Dr. Armes continued to serve the University until his retirement in December, 1949. He was a regular attendant at the quarterly meetings in Ottawa of the advisory board of the National Research Council of Canada, to which he was appointed in 1947. Dr. Armes' distinguished services to higher educa- tion were recognized by the University of Manitoba in 1947 and the University of Saskatchewan in 1949, both having conferred on him the degree of Doctor of Laws. And now that he has passed away there will remain in the hearts of his colleagues and friends, and of his many former students, the memory of his gentle and kindly manner, his keen sense of humor and his compe- tent and unfailing devotion to all that was in the interest of the University which he so faithfully served for over 40 years. Dean E. P. Fetherstonhaugh. U0 ids smozy of fda .fats DR. . . HRHTES FORMER DEAN AND PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA r--mr-CJD Page 4 Bachelor Architecture Sigmund D. F. Reszetnik Kitchener, Ont. Graduated from St. Ierome-'s College and Kitchener- Waterloo C.l. and V.S. Publicity work for the Beaux Arts Ball as well as various other faculty committees. Secretary of the Students' Archi- tectural Society. Played senior faculty basketball for four years, and golf. - 1 . - 5 . Jack M. Ross Winnipeg. Graduated from Gordon Bell. Entered University in 1947. Member of Phi Kappa Pi Fraternity. Iames Searle Winnipeg. Graduate of Daniel Maclntyre Collegiate. lnstruction Chairman of the Varsity Ski Club. Active in lnter-faculty six man foot- ball, soccer, swimming, skiing, volleyball. Louis O. Simonson Ferintosh, Alta. Graduate of Ferin- tosh High. Entered University in 1946. Served as a Flight Lieutenant in the R.C.A.F. for four years in the United Kingdom. Louis is married with a family. - Q . 1 I Kenneth R. Snider Winnipeg. Graduate of Gordon Bell. Varsity basketball, senior, 1948-505 Inter-faculty basketball, 1948-49. Member of the University orchestra and the Winnipeg Sym- phony. I -, ' Herbert A. Swanson Winnipeg. Graduate of East Kil- donan Collegiate. Entered Uni- versity in 1946. Served as a Private for one and a halt years in the Infantry. Page 76 ..., is-Y . n .4 K 1 is 1 A glen' .,..:g,, .lwf 2 ,Q- fsa.. . ,. J.. ,N , , iii.. ,i.-, . ,Altus W.. il' re 'mt Que. ,Jt -mifitfr gift., ,pt , 0 - Mwst lkfsyfi Hum A ' g if , 152-2 Bachelor Architecture Iohn F. Robertson Kaleden, B.C. Graduate of Pentic- ton High. Entered the University in 1946. Served as a Seaman for one year. .Tohn M. Scott Winnipeg. Graduate of Kelvin Tech. Entered University in 1945. Faculty hockey in 1949. Served as a FfLt. in the R.C.A.F. in Canada and England. Married with a family. f L , Doug Shelstad St. Boniface, Man. Graduate of Norwood Collegiate. Entered Uni- versity in 1946. Sang in the Choral Society for three years. Outside of U., Doug is interested in the Nor- wood United Y.P.U. Morley Sirulhiltoif- Winnipeg. Graduated from Daniel Maclntyre Collegiate. Entered Uni- versity in 1947. ',,lv1vlf 7 Harvey D. Stubsjoen Fargo, North Dakota. Q Harold M. Tett Saskatoon, Sask. Graduate of the Outlook, Sask., High School. Past holder of the MacLean Memorial Scholarship. Iunior and Senior U.M.S.U. Rep., 1949-51. Played in intramural hockey. V' 1 Bachelor Architecture Edward Tosky Transcona, Man. Graduate of Trans- cona Central High School. Entered University in 1943. , -- V , ' 1: 4 f 1 N I Don R. Wookey Winnipeg. Graduate of Earl Grey and Kelvin. Entered University in 1947. Faculty Social Rep., Fourth Year. Member of Phi Kappa Pi fraternity. ' 7 Bachelor lnterior Design Gloria Anderson Winnipeg. Gloria is our startling black haired designer of the Tower Room. Attended Norwood Col- legiate and Riverbend School. Gloria partakes in skiing, swimming and golfing. Member Phi Beta Pi Sorority. As for the future: Van- couver beckons for some serious Post Grad. work. Norah P. Brandon Regina, Sask. Graduated from Regina Central Collegiate and Bal- four Technical School. Member of the Choral Society, 1950-51: Mem- bership Chairman Stage Society: Lady Stick, 1949-50: Special Rep. for Arch., 1950-51: Secretary, Stu- dent's Society of lnterior Designers, 1950-51: member of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. Sports: basketball, badminton, swimming and skiing. lean Connell Winnipeg. lean is our Thesis prize girl. lean entered University in 1947 after taking her lunior Matricu- lation at Kelvin Tech. lncluded in her studies is a Science man, whom she plans to wed this fall. lnten- tions: to obtain a design job and keep house as well. 1 Shirley C. Ireland North Battleford, Sask. "Irish", as she is known to most of us, entered "U" after graduating from Convent of Child lesus. Publicity for Fourth Year and keeping up the morale of the fifth floor. Future: Design and eventually have a studio of her own. Bachelor Architecture Boe D. Wong Winnipeg. Graduate of Daniel Maclntyre. Entered University in 1947. L. Wright ,f f . Bachelor Interior Design Margaret A. Bain Virden, Man. "Meg" is one of the more quiet members of our class. She has been in residence for four years and has set many a heart beating faster with her infectious smile and grey eyes. As yet has no definite plans, but hopes it will be in the field of design. Ruth Carter L Winnipeg. Ruth graduated from Daniel Mac. , First entered the faculty in 1937 and graduated from the Diploma Course, which was then offered. Ruth has worked in the Decorating field at Eaton's for the past ten years and returned to "U" to acquire her degree. I ack Cook Winnipeg. Graduated from Kelvin High. President of First and Second Year: Rep. Arch. Debating Society, Third Year: Fourth Year Pres. Student's Society, lnterior Designers. Bowling First and Second Year: Third and Fourth six-man football. Married. Spent three and a half years in the R.C.N.V.R. as E.R.A. 4fc. W. Carlyle Iaquith Peterborough, Ont. "lake" served overseas with the Canadian Army. After returning home he enrolled in lnterior Design in 1947. Paces the class in getting his work done and is Corresponding Sec. of the S.S.l.D. Plans to enter the field of lnterior Design. Page 77 Bachelor Interior Design James C. Johnston Winnipeg. A graduate ot Daniel Mac. Royal Canadian Corps. of Signals after three and one-half years' service in Europe. Class Pres., 1948-50, Sec. S.S.l.D., 1948-49. lim is unsure as to the future, except to obtain a position which will aid him to support his pretty wife, Henry Morgan Winnipeg. A graduate ot St, Johns After four years of steady work, he is about to enter the outside world well equipped to achieve his aim, and we know he'll be a success wherever he goes. Audry G. Van Slyck Dugald, Man, Audry attended Rupertsland. Participated in basket- ball and was Faculty Sports Rep. during her Third and Fourth Years. Member of the Pi Beta Phi Sorority. Audry's intentions are to reside in Vancouver after graduation. Mary Joan G. Whaley Vancouver, B.C. High Schools were Prince of Wales, Vancouver and Hamlin School, San Francisco, U.S.A. Cheerleader for the Faculty for the last two years and plays badminton. Pi Beta Phi Sorority. loan plans to enter the Decorating field immediately and major in a fraternity pin. Don't blush, loan! Bachelor Interior Design Joanne Brett Winnipeg. loanne graduated from Kelvin Tech, Member of Gamma Phi Beta. Having such a hand with art and being of sweet personality, we know she will go far in the field of Design. Her ambition is to design and travel after graduation. Page 78 "t'3t?tf"iZM" ws 33 5'5- qr, . X Y Mg. N fl' if Camera-Shy Grads Bachelor Architecture Wilfred A. Mack Bow Island, Alta. Graduate of Bow lsland High School. Entered Uni- versity in 1947. Bowled for faculty for two years. Served as L.A.C. in the Air Force for three years in Canada. 1 ' ' Bachelor Interior Design Mary Morkin Winnipeg. Mary Lou graduated with her diploma in 1942 and re- turned to get her degree this year. Completed High School at St. Mary's Academy and entered "U" in 1939. Dramatic Pres. for 1940-41, and also active in the Slide Rule. Future: Interior Dec. Member of Delta Delta Delta, Naomi Oretzki Winnipeg. Naomi is a Kelvin grad. Her bouyant sense of humor floats her troubles away. She is a member of the Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority, where her poise, personality and pleasing appearance make her a perfect partner for their many activities. Her intentions as to the future are as yet undecided, but with a Kelvin and U. of M. background she can't miss. A hit wherever she goes. Lila M. Webb Grandview, Man. She is a Scholar- ship girl, and during her four years here, she has revealed the needed qualities in great quantities. Active in curling, skating and swimming. Lila's sorority is Sigma Kappa. Fred C. Yeo Bowsman River, Man. Fred, our likeable Mason from Bowsman River, entered University in 1947 after a two-year stint with the R.C.A.F. as an LAC. Participates in bowling, tennis. Publicity Rep. for 1949-50 and Treasurer of the Society of Student Interior Designers. Unsure of future intentions. Bachelor Interior Design Eleanor E. A. Yager Winnipeg. A graduate of Kelvin. "Gopher" entered "U" in 1944 in Home Ec. but after three years decided that Interior Designing held more interest for her. A member of the Alpha Phi Sorority: Chairman of Opera, 1949-505 Props Committee, the past three years. Architecture dfid Interior Design Cendids Page 79 E33 To th 9 graduates of T.-,gi all WWW A, 5 ig' jf- , F p k V- rf , ' VM wi X , ,,.....-- . ,5 ,,'. 'ff K ' Q ,,,, fsv XX 'V R A GI ! , ' , Q iz, .. , I2 J XZ 2 5 ,:,,., iI 1f1 f'f fer!-if ,Av', i li? 'V ' N' -:"Kl' i !!!,f X X iii!!! 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Dean of Arts and Scxence work. ln addition to this I hope your ex- perience in the University will have opened up areas of intellectual interest which you will develop as time goes on. This is one of the most valuable things which a University education can do for you if you will devote some of your time and energy to it. C7 AL PHLLP SID KIRSON BAES MASTERMAN JOAN STEPHENSON SID ALLEN . ERNIE Gokxcx Izzy Aspex MIKE DAEOE . RON Moxuocx . cw' Senxor Stuck , Vzce Stuck Lady Suck Secretary Treasurer . 3rd 'Year Pres. . , 2nd Tear Pres. Debating Chawman Dramatics Chairman HELEN PURCHASE Vic CARPICK SCOTT WRIGHT -IOANNE SHAW ELINOR SHAW FRAN BACHYNSKI RON HAX'ELOCK MOY'RA WILSON Douc MCCORD Socxal Chamnan Publxciry Chawman Merfs Arhlencs Pres. WOmE11'S Arhlencs Pres, jumor W. A, Rep. Brown and Gold Rep. Men's Club Pres. junior U.M.S.U. Rep. Semor U.M.S.U. Rep. Arts Council c.M'1--1 Page 85 fm N iw 0 General Course Alan R. Philp Winnipeg. A Kelvin graduate who entered University in 1947. Al is taking Economics Honors, Mathe- matics and Government. A bustling considerate Senior Stick with plenty of spirit. Active in lntramural rugby, soccer, basketball and volley- ball. lntends to enter the Faculty of Law. Master of Arts H. Brackman Victor S. Cowie Winnipeg. A Kelvin graduate who entered University in 1947. Honors studies in English and Philosophy. A thespian of three years' standing. Vic was Pres. of the University Drama Society in 1949-50. His am- bition is to grow old gracefully. Muriel Lipsey Betty Jane McKenty Winnipeg. English and French Honors. Has held several Scholar- ships including five lsbisters. Ac- tivities include offices in U.M.S.U. Social Committee, Building Fund, Queen Convenorg positions on Arts Councils and F.G.C.C., Manitoban, French Club and Kappa Kappa Gamma. Developments indicate a "Mrs." not too far off. A. Sternb ach Winnipeg. Adelhaid, commonly known as Haidi, has led an active life since she entered U in 1947. Member of Politics and International Clubs, 1947-485 French Club, 1947- 517 committee, 1948-495 German Club, 1948-515 Vice-Pres., 1949-503 Pres., 1950-51. Will go on to Social Work after graduation. Page 86 General Course Mary E. Masterman Winnipeg. "Babs" came to Uni- versity from Kelvin High School. Philosophy, English, Psychology and Fine Arts. One of our most active and vivacious co-eds. Features Editor on the Manitoban for three years, Third Year Arts Pres. and Lady Stick in 1950-51. Ardent volleyball and hockey player. Pi Beta Phi Sorority. Hopes for a career in lournalism. Honors Course Maurice Coffey Winnipeg. Attended Moncton High and St. Thomas College. Mace's University days were interrupted by five years' Army service. Literary talents revealed by two years as Prose Editor of Creative Campus and one as Associate Editor of the Mani- toban. An advisor for the Drama Society, 1947-48. Holder of lsbister Scholarship. He hopes to add an M.A. and PhD. to his Honors Psychology Degree. Eva E. Fairbairn Star City, Sask. A C.W.A.C. for four years, Eva entered Carleton College, Ottawa, in 1946, where she was a member of the History Club. She came to "U" of M. for her final two years, studying History honors, French and English. Holder of Lcrd Selkirk Scholarship, 1950-51. One of our married co-eds. Gary R. Harman Winnipeg. Holder ot Winnipeg Life Underwriters' Scholarship, 1949, and Robert Sirluck Scholarship, 1950. Sang in the "Gondoliers". Accompanist, 1950, and guest pianist, 1951, at the Choral Sym- phony concerts. Pres. of West- minster Actimist Club. Gary in- tends to work in External Affairs. I. Paskaruk Clifford R. Watt Winnipeg. Honors in English and Philosophy. Canadian Club Scholar- ship, 1949. Active on Manitoban and Brown and Gold staffs: Treas. of the Arts Sr. Council, 19505 English, French and Philosophy Clubs: sings with the lr. Male Voice Choir of Winnipeg. lntimate connections with city artists were somewhat severed when he wrote a certain review. Honors Course Leonard L. Weinstein Winnipeg. Grad. of St. lOhn's Tech., who spent three years with the R,C.A.F. in Canada and the Far East before commencing his five years at "U". Held Sir lames Aikins Scholarship in English Hl. Member of Manitoban staff and Board of Music. General Course Moira F. Alexander Winnipeg. Psychology, Mental Testing, Maths., and English. Sang with the Glee Club in the "Red Mill" and has been a member of the Choral Society for two years. Future will probably be governed by an engagement ring. Frances Bachynski Pine Falls, Man. English, Philos- ophy, Psychology and Economics. Holder of lames Richardson Scholar- ship. Curls and bowls. Her work as Literary Editor of "Canada's Other Great" and Arts Brown and Gold Rep. should be a good founda- tion for a career in lournalism. Mae F. Bell Winnipeg. Her Course consists of Psychology, Sociology, English and Philosophy. Member of Dramatic Society Executive, 1949-50. Mae has become quite wrapped up in her course and hopes to go on to graduate studies. Ann Bloomfield Winnipeg. A grad. of St. lohn's Tech. Philosophy, Psychology, His- tory of Fine Arts and Sociology. Philanthropy Chairman of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority. Tiny, sleepy-eyed Ann may go into Social Work, though it looks as if marriage isn't tar off. Claire M. Brown Winnipeg. Claire has participated in both the Glee Club and Uni- versity Publicity Cornrnittee. One of the petite attractions of the Winnipeg Ballet, a member of Hillel and of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority. Claire in.- tends to continue in University study. General Course Shiela Adelman Roy K. Anderson Bissett, Man. A student at United College before beginning his Uni- versity Course in l946. History, Economics, Government and Geog- raphy. A boys' group leader at the "Y" and an ardent curler, tennis and soccer player. A steady fellow of few but careful words. Ray should go far as a Lawyer. Beth Bastin Winnipeg. A beautiful blonde from Bashful Bend is Miss Beth Bastin, our Fourth Year Arts student of Philos- ophy, Government, Fine Arts and Geography. This year Beth re- ceived her cup to culminate the many winning sports activities she has participated in for her Faculty. "Miss General Helper" for most committees-here-'s good luck to you. Maureen V. Berringer Winnipeg. Attended Arpin Me- morial High, Fort William, where she learned to pull off the high marks. Chose French Honors, Latin and Philosophy. Member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. Maureen is going to con- tribute her petite charm to the teaching profession. Barbara A. Blythe Winnipeg. After three years of Science, saw the light in Fourth Year and turned to Arts. Maths., Chemistry, Psychology and English. Has worked on the staff and as Science Rep. of the Brown and Gold. Vice-Pres. of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority, 1950-51. Cornelius B. Buhler Winnipeg. Entered University in l947 via Plum Coulee High and Winkler Collegiate. Studies Philos- ophy, Psychology and English-and is not quite sure about the other subject. A member of V.C.F. and U. of M. Council of Faiths. His most noteworthy remark "Well, could we look at the question this way?" He hopes to enter the Ministry. Page 87 General Course Evelyn T. Cantor Winnipeg. She graduated from St. lohn's Tech. and entered University in 1947. English, Government, Psychology and Philosophy. Evelyn has been a member of the Labor Zionist Youth since 1943 and a group leader for the past four years. She-'s looking forward to Teaching or Social Work, and perhaps further study in lsrael. L. Vance Carson Winnipeg. As well as studying he has tried his hand at work with the C.P.R. and school teaching. Course includes History, Philosophy, Soci- ology and Geography. Participated in Arts hockey, volleyball, basket- ball and Fourth Year U.N.T.D. Social chap who carries on back row conversations in many a lecture room. A future Dentist. Miriam Coop Winnipeg. Held Manitoba Scholar- ship for two years. Economics, Psychology and English. Miriam understands the Economics lectures almost as well as the Commerce students. She will be taking an M.A. along that line, unless the school of Social Work wins her first. Marjorie A. Cowan Winnipeg. A graduate ot Gordon Bell who came to Fort Garry via United College. English, French, Psychology and History of Music. Sang in the chorus ot the "Red Mill" and is a member of the Choral Society. Curls. Marjorie is a future Teacher or Personnel Worker. Robert Cullen Bernice L. Dobbin Treherne, Man. Has four years ser- vice with the C.W.A.C.'s to her credit. Chose English, Philosophy, Government and History. Plays some steady games of sport, includ- ing University curling, bowling and golf. A member of both Puffin Ski Club and Winnipeg Flying Cub. Bernice looks forward to a career in lournalism. Page 88 !""KN"'TK V5 -as ff? ft?"-sat li D' General Course Geraldine R. Bull Winnipeg. English, French and History of Fine Arts. Gerry has done News Writing for the "Manitoban" and is 1950-51 Features Editor. Member of the Choral Society in 1949-50. Other activities include tennis, horseback riding and her sorority, Gamma Phi Beta. Ross M. Cleeve Calgary, Alta. Seven months in the Army before entering University in 1947. Studies Government and Sociology. Manages to be both studious and witty. Really shines in his favorite sport, tiddley-winks. lntends to work for the Government atter graduation. Barbara Coates N. Ross Cowley Winnipeg. Attended St. lohn's College School. A veteran of the Permanent Army and member of the Oueen's Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada. Philosophy Honors, English and Fine Arts. lntends to return to production and designing in the manufacturing of leather. .lohn W. Dafoe Winnipeg. Came to "U" from Kelvin and chose History, Econom- ics, English and Government. Dur- ing four years on the "Manitoban" he has been Staff News Editor and Editorial Advisor. Active in rugby, soccer, basketball and curling. Easy going but hardy type, who likes to relax completely in the library. A future lournalist. Margaret Dolhun Winnipeg. Mathematics, Statistics, Psychology and Latin. Member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Alpha Omega and Gamma Rho Kappa. Helps uphold women's athletics: has three years participation in Varsity Sr. Girls' basketball, Inter- faculty track and field and Inter- taculty volleyball. Was Second Year Arts Athletic Rep., and bowled this year. She intends to go into Statistical Work. General Course Aime Dufort Betty Folliott I il Naomi Granovsky Winnipeg. Occasionally she takes off her coat and stays awhile for a Philosophy lecture. Is rumored to be taking English, Sociology and History of Fine Arts. Active in Hillel and University bowling. Mem- ber of Iota Alpha Pi. Estelle Greenberg James Hardy Winnipeg. Took Matric. at Wpg. Tutorial School. A veteran of five years in the Army. His course con- sists of Philosophy, Maths., Statistics, and Government. Lover of the great outdoors. A married, family man, who is going to improve the educational system. Eugene Is om General Course Barbara T. Ferg Winnipeg. Chose a Course in Music, English, Sociology and Psy- chology. Holder of the Fred M. Gee prize in music. Member of the Glee Club for three years. Studies and teaches piano on the side. Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority. Bar- bara's future holds both Social Work and wedding bells. Glory Golsof Winnipeg. Entered University from St. Iohn's Tech. in 1947. Her Course consists of Psychology, Philosophy, Sociology and Fine Arts. Treas. and Pledge Mother of Iota Alpha Pi Sorority. Sid Green Winnipeg. Takes Government, Psy' chology, Economics and Statistics. Somewhat athletic-Arts six-man football Convenor, participates in football, soccer, basketball, volley- ball and track and field. 1948 Pres. of Y.M.H.A. House Council. "One of the fellows" famous for his friendly greetings. A future Lawyer of Social Worker. Edward Hammond Evelyn Isman Kipling, Sask. Chose a Course in Sociology, Psychology, Fine Arts and Philosophy. Member of Iota Alpha Pi. Usually heard to say, "I'm so far behind . . But she gets things done. Alistair H. .lakeman Roblin, Man. English, Economics, History and Government. Holder of Richardson Scholarship in Third and Fourth Years. Usually heard dash- ing into the lecture room just when the Dean tries to emphasize an important point. Page 89 General Course Harry Jonas son Edith Kneller Winnipeg. Came to Fort Garry by way of St. lchn's Tech. French, History and Sociology. Bowling Convenor for Arts last year. Edith is applying for the School of Social Work this year. Albert C. Kroeker Winkler, Man. Psychology, Philos- ophy, German and English. Mem- ber of "U" Glee Club and sang a leading role in the Red Mill. Vice- Pres. of the German Club. Outside activities include the Y.M.C.A. and the Manitoba Young Liberals As- sociation. Intentions are to take Education next year. Florence Lee Baldur, Man. English, Mathematics, Statistics and Biochemistry. Has held both Richardson and Manitoba Scholarships. A lively, conscien- tious student, who has added zip to basketball, bowling and residence curling. A future High School Teacher. Donald I . MacKay Winnipeg. Another Kelvinite Earned his Degree with Economics, Government, History and Psychol- ogy. He has spent a lot of time in Intramural basketball, hockey and soccer. After a few more years he hopes to emerge as a Lawyer. Donalda MacLeod Winnipeg. English, French, Phi- losophy and Music. Member of the Choral Society and Social Welfare member on the Arts Council this year. Earned an Arts sweater for tennis, basketball, volleyball and hockey. Pi Beta Phi Sorority. Arts Skit-night proved this fair one to be a hilarious comedian. Page 90 General Course Sidney R. Kirson Winnipeg. Entered "U" from St. lohn's Tech. Government, Soci- ology, Philosophy and Biochemistry. U.M.S.U. radio publicity. Vice- Stick of Arts. Considers himself a B.T.O. Varsity lunior and Intra- mural basketball. Secretly a sadist -he wants to be a Dentist. Merlyn Kowton Stanley Laeser Selma R. Levine Winnipeg. A St. lohn's Tech. grad., she chose a Course in Psychology, Philosophy, Government and Fine Arts, in which she puts her intel- ligence to serious study. Has been a member of the Glee Club for three years. Pres. of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Florence E. Lougheed Winnipeg. Her Course includes Philosophy and English. Sec. of "U" Dramatic Society last year, Florence has made a mark in the University Drama world and will probably continue to be known in larger drama circles. She intends to enter the School of Social Work. John D. MacNeil Winnipeg. First year Drama Rep. at United College, where he was also active in the U.C. Music Club. Member of the Spanish Club, and of St. Andrew's Church Black Square. Sigma Lambda Phi Fraternity. En- joys relaxing in the lecture room and intends to continue doing so in the Faculty of Medicine. General Course John G. McAu1ey Winnipeg. Took Matric. at St. Paul's College. One of those rare specimens, Navy man gone Arts. Takes Economics, History, Govern- ment and Geography. Member of the C.O.T.C. Shoots, swims, skis and bowls. Father of a future co-ed, aged two years. Hopes to make his fortune in the Civil Service. Patricia L. McLane Winnipeg. Attended Kelvin and entered "U" in 1948. English Honors, French and Philosophy. An active girl who has been in on the Extension Committee of Public Re- lations, English Club, Campus Film Club, Intra-mural tennis, volleyball, track, field and swimming. Sincere and friendly, Pat is well known in the swimming world. J ennifer R. McQueen Winnipeg. Philosophy Honors, Eng- lish and Fine Arts. Has been active in U.M.S. Radio and B.C.C., Public Relations, Arts Co-Ed Council and Cheerleader of Arts: Pres. of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority, 1950. A girl with poise, brains and looks, she intends to return to England to work in either Advertising or Personnel. John L. Nixon Winnipeg. A Navy veteran. French, German, English and Philosophy. Held the Leonard Foundation Schol- arship during the first two years at "U". Sports Convenor for Varsity Ice Carnival, 1943. Plays Faculty baseball, soccer and hockey for Varsity: played hockey for the Quebec Senior League. Member of the Naval Officers' Association. Ruth Pollick Winnipeg. Attended Isaac Newton High School. English, Psychology, Sociology and Fine Arts. Often seen wandering about the halls scanning art displays. Ruth was Co- Chairman of the United Jewish Students' Drive in 1949. Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. She hopes to travel after she graduates. Murray A. Putnam Regina, Sask. Attended Regina Central High School and came to "U" of Man. in 1947. He seems to know how to tackle lectures and studies: takes PsyoholOQY, Philos- ophy, Government and Sociology. A member of the U.N.T.D. CNavyl. General Course Douglas A. McCord Winnipeg. Graduate of Kelvin who entered "U" in 1946. Philosophy, Psychology, English and Govern- ment. Arts Golf Convenor in 1949- 50. Our famous basketball player on the Varsity team since 1948. Member of Sigma Lambda Fraternity, Senior Arts Rep. and PR. Sub-Com- mittee Chairman in 1951. Gordon McKone Maxine Mendoff John Lauder Mozell Winnipeg. Pre-med. in Science, Government, Philosophy and Soci- ology to complete an Arts Course. Publicity Chairman of Science Sr. Council, 1949-505 Co-Chairman of the famous 1950 Freshie Week: plays football for the W.L.1. Intramural six- man football, basketball and hockey: member of C.O.T.C. Clnfantryl, Phi Kappa Pi Fraternity. Definitely a saclist-a future Dentist. Hilda R. Platner Winnipeg. Came to these halls of learning from St. John's Tech. in 1948. A girl who is always seen with a heavy armful of books. Co- Chairman of Hillel Choir: member Iota Alpha Pi Sorority. Her future lies in the field of Social Work. Helen P. Purchase Winnipeg. A Kelvin grad. who en- tered "U" in 1947, and has become very active socially. Has been a member of the Publicity Committee N.F.C.U.S. and Arts Council Studied English, Psychology and Philosophy. Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority. Helen says she hopes to travel as much as possible after graduation. Page 91 General Course Norma H. Rempel Steinbach, Man. Held Manitoba Scholarships in her first two years at Chose PsycholoQYf Govern- ment, Geography and Music. A member of Varsity Christian Fellow- ship. Norma's ambition is to teach Music in High Schools and give private Piano lessons. Carolyn Rubel Inglis, Man. Spent three years in the R.C.A.F. tW.D.J as Sergeant. Part Arts and part Science-her course includes Chemistry, Maths., English and Sociology. A member of Gamma Alpha and Gamma Delta. She intends to become either a Social Worker or a Lab. Technician. Alexander A. Sarchuk Winnipeg. Philosophy, Sociology, psychology and English. The wide- awake type who vigorously rubs his eyes as he anticipates the Pro- fessor's approach. Active in the Canadian Ukrainian Youth Associa- tion and U.N.T.D. Participated in Inter-faculty soccer, curling and basketball. Phi Kappa Pi Fraternity. A future Lawyer. A. C . Schindel Joanne Shaw Winnipeg. Philosophy, Psychology. History and Fine Arts. lr. Arts Sports Rep. one year and two as Sr. Rep. Once lr. and twice Sr. Ath- letic Pres.g convened lnterfaculty swimming and skiing: track and field, swimming, skiing, volleyball, hockey and tennis, Varsity cheer- leader: Pi Beta Phi Sorority. lntends to go ahead with Child Psychology and Kindergarten or Clinical work. Lucille M. Shirtliff Starbuck, Man. Grad. of St. Francoix Xavier High School. Her course, like her appearance, is identical with Angela's. Very good natured-she has to be to smile "No I'm Lucille," so many times every day. She, too, intends to enter the Teaching profession. Page 92 General Course Iohn Regehr Shazaman Sabzali San Fernando, Trinidad. History, Economics, Sociology, Geography and Government. McGoun Cup Championship debator 1949 and 1951. Active in the Politics Club and Arts Debating Club, Chairman of Inter-Provincial debating in 1948 and 1949. Still finds time for ping pong, soccer, badminton, bowling, tennis and volleyball. Should add a lot to the Teaching profession. Yvonne A. Sawchuk Winnipeg. Grad. of St. Andrew's College. Started University in Home Ec., but became a real Arts woman. Philosophy, English, His- tory and Music. Co-Chairman of P.R. Poster Committee, 19501 bowls and plays basketball for Arts. Mem- ber ot Alpha Omega. Yvonne in- tends to teach school. Florence Shaen Winnipeg. English, Philosophy, Sociology and Fine Arts. Well known for her participation in drama at "U" and in the Winnipeg Little Theatre. Won the best actress award for her lead in "John Doe", 1948, and participated in the Dominion Drama Festival. Active in Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority and in panhellenic. May possibly go to the U.S.A. to study Drama. Angela M. Shirtliff Starbuck, Man. Attended St. Franc- ois Xavier High School. History, English, Geography and Psychology. Held Richardson Scholarship. She is one-half of the dark haired pair which confuses the campus. Angela will probably take Education or teach Kindergarten. Norman H. Sier Melville, Sask. Entered "U" in 1948. International Government, Comparative Government, Philos- ophy and History. Probably the most likeable Artsman around. Ac- tive in the Y.M.C.A. swim Club, U.N.T.D., bowling, curling and tennis. Arts Curling Rep. in Fourth and Fifth Year. His future: Law, or something rash like that. General Course Sheila Sigesmund Winnipeg. Attended St. lohn's Technical High School and began her Arts Course in 1947. Has been a member of Hillel Council and Hillel Reception Committee. Pres., l95O-51, of Iota Alpha Pi Sorority. A blonde who is rarely in a hurry. Ioan Stankiewich Joan L. Stephenson Winnipeg. English, French, Latin and Philosophy. Held Tri Delta and Sellers' Scholarships. loan was a cheerleader in Second and Third Year and plays volleyball and hockey for Arts. lunior Drama Rep. in Second Year, Sec. of the Arts Council in Fourth. A member ot Pi Beta Phi Fraternity. Ruth E. Stuart Winnipeg. Attended Gordon Bell and United College before Matricu- lation. Ruth began her "U" Course in 1946, but worked for two years. English, History, Sociology and Psychology. She's an enthusiastic bowler on lnterfaculty, lntervarsity and City league teams. Her in- tentions are to study at Library School. Darcia E. Swystun Winnipeg. Psychology, Mental Testing, Sociology and History of Fine Arts. On the Publicity Com- mittee ot the "U" Drama Society: member ot Alpha Omega and bowls- Darcia is a very friendly girl, who intends to enter Personnel work, or to teach Kindergarten. Michael Trainor Wil- ra pw: General Course C. Margaret Sigurdson Winnipeg. Attended Daniel Mc- Intyre and entered University in 1948. Psychology, Philosophy, His- tory and Sociology. Marg. has been a member of the "U" Choral Society tor three years. A Sorority girl from Delta Delta Delta, her future lies in the field of Social Work. Carl F. Smith Winnipeg. Grad. ot St. lohn's Tech. Taking Philosophy, English, Government and Zoology. He is occasionally seen and heard in classes. Member ot the Choral Society. Carl intends to do ex- tension work in Zoology. Patricia D. Stewart Winnipeg. Took two years at United before venturing upon the Pembina bus lines. Maths, Statis- tics, Government and Psychology. Member of the Choral Society and Make-up group. Intramural volley- ball, tennis, badminton, skiing and hockey. Really quite concerned about her studies and noted for such energetic remarks as "Oh, another essay, which l shall spend days on." Leonard Sugden Vera R. Tayler Holmfield, Man. Psychology, Socio- logy, History and English. Vera is a member ot the Canterbury Club and is interested in the S.C.M. She has already had experience in Teaching and intends to make that her career. George Tsukomyk Page 93 General Course Sophia Tuyl Winnipeg. Took Senior Matric. and Business Course at Fort William and Port Arthur High Schools. A veteran with service in Australia, lava and the Netherlands. History Honors, Economics, French and Government auditing. Curls, member of Sigma Kappa Sorority. Looks forward to work in Canadian Civil Service. Keith W. Vogan Winnipeg. His Course consists of Economics, Psychology and Philos- ophy. A member of Zeta Psi Fraternity. He likes to sit in the library-there are so many interest- ing people there. The future: master of Business Administration at some graduate school. Rosemary A. Watkins Winnipeg. Psychology, Mental Testing, English, Philosophy and Statistics. She has a charming English accent and has acted in several student production of the Dramatic Society. Has played basketball for Arts. Rosemary hopes to do Post Graduate study in Psychology. Ioan Wise Sema I. Zailig Winnipeg. Attended St. lohn's Tech. and entered University in l948. Her course includes English, History, lewish History, German and Philosophy. A member of Iota Alpha Pi. Sema plans to take Education next year. Page 94 1' A v-13'-np' WW' -.. . ,. . .. . a - A. . ., .. 1 I.. :Y 1919 ,Q- 'AHS i 5 be . .,,v , VM . ii- ' L . li I fi. , Ain., . i -1, ww 1 ities X n' 1 1- iv' - us.,.!r ' .-.xv -- I l -. X X, x I . 1' af xx .im P ' ' M . ' V Y if , i Q.. L ""' L, fx Q e .,. ,- all " Quin, P' i .warn ii 4 ' sir ii- e . 'uf W Mitzi? l , gin 1 af -1- ' ' ' 2 Q' . . '21af.1.,4....7, .i . . . . .. . - - . . . . fr- - , ' ,2s,,,,r.. et. .,... - - ... at . . 4 - 1 - - - - 0 - Lrjw.. ' General Course Harold L. P. Unterschultz Winnipeg. He is studying Philos- ophy, Sociology, German and His- tory of Music. Member of the German Club. One of our less fortunate students: he drives his own car and misses all the fun of bounc- ing along the bus line and being late for 814O's. Gladys Waldman Winnipeg. Gladys came to Uni- versity from St. lohn's Tech. in 1947. She is studying Philosophy, Psychol- ogy, Sociology and History ot Fine Arts. A member of Iota Alpha Pi Sorority. Elizabeth M. Wilcox Winnipeg. English, French, Philos- ophy and Music. Won Municipal Chapter l.O.D.E. Music Scholarship. Betty is Pres. of the Glee Club, 1950-51, and deeply interested in the music world. She also knits beautiful socks. Her future lies in teaching of Music at school. Walter S. Wright Winnipeg. Makes a lot of noise in the University Band. Member of the Politics Club and Liberal Club: member of Arts Athletic Council for three years and Pres. of Men's Athletics in 1950-51. Scott is a good organizer with a pleasant manner and a true Arts' spirit. William M. Zimmerman Winnipeg. Sociology, Psychology, Philosophy and Government. "Eddie" in the Drama Society pro- duction in "Born Yesterday". Mem- ber ot Sigma Alpha Mu. Par- ticipated in Faculty basketball, track, soccer and volleyball. He intends to work in the field of Social Work.


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