University of Saskatchewan - Greystone Yearbook (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada)

 - Class of 1934

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AJ. ,:,.,:aG' -11 :Zag a .., ,Vi V X 5 F ...I- ' "T 'L H " -1155-Qv,,' "" W5 ' -1. V 'fav 'I . J'U"'- U .jsv 'avg I fff l l idffi WMM, V ,H 1 5fL1,g ...P jami- ' ,, A V ,.I -rl! , L 'K "WW " je. 13- 4 4 .- ' o 1- 2 '- gi " -1 f . 4' ', qu' ,- an . .' ?'..gg1L,M ix' ' -vlfx Ng., Wk ' V Y fi ' . -5, ' . , ' mu gwfigs I A ,1 ' " w." L, ' I . 5 . 1 Ir 1 I . I ' . , Y ' w , L E1 rm 6 W , , x W W ,V I ,N I 1 I . ' ks? - ' fx ' hc' ' - :-f' +. '-G 'F' M, H. Q 3 5 I I1 1 -. f a ...Lp x-'J . -'Uh L' 'Z ll f ll . . ,.. i Q .Vw A ff Q! 5 li 1 i- W 15...-V' QQWJAA In ix...-ml. A C36 Rhodes Scholar ix 5 I , NYILHVR ROY .IAl,'IiICTT. HA., LLB. With a distiiigiiislif-il l'K'1'Ul'1l of si-liulziixliips and ziwaixls wuii during' his utti-iidaiivc at thc I'i1ix'i-i'sit5' of Saiskati-livwaii. Wilhui' -Iackctt. ol' liainszivk, Sash., will hc ai wurtliy l'1'Ibl'l'S0lllilllVC ul' thi' lvlIlVl'1'SlTj' ul Uxfcml. Mr. -lm-lim-tt is wi-wngiiizvil as uni- ul' thi- ahh-st giwiiliizitos of thi- lkillcgf- of Law and gaiiii-il thi' 1-1-sim-1 and gnodwill ut' his pilnfossuiw and associ- aiti-sj In additiuii to his sc-liulastiv ziccmiiirlisliim-nts, hv has taki-ii au aictivu part in stufh-nt uffziii-s as l1l2lll2l2't'l' of Wu-stliiig' and ei niviulu-r of the- Sheaf staff. l- 1 l E H E, EFS ' I -I . A TWE NY ,P -1 A Efd EPA-'A ff, - -I 955 JI .ak II aa...-a i - E- Ei 9355--in Q 0 TABLE OF CCDIXITEIXITS .ll ll. CDRGANIZATIONS AT I-I LET I C S SOCIETIES CO IIEG ES FEATURES cmd ADVERTISING -. XY --A ?F4f"f5P , ' if -.Pi I I f XLR- ! ,ff Nw x ,I ff' I : RK 7 is E glQ,' T JJLQ-QM 3345 Q S A X . i 'M .-" - in " M195 -i f7': ., . l' .. ' , - - ,JW ff 1 Qi- -9' Y ' ! X l Q r f W ORGANIZATIONS , .- ....-.. ,'f'?"5. t-:ef Y - - ---xxx ' .ef4w'e:s M ,LLfi r.. f'll..'lll N f it --' FQL5' , Ill x 3 We . Ill ' A ' ' Y 7 - N ' Q - ' - 1 i " 'L l tit 5 5 eamtm' 0 1 w 6. Students' Representative Council t'UMI'ARIStlN ot' S.R.tQ'. rt-vt-nut-s of tht- st-ssion 1929-30 and tyn, 1933-3-1 shows ti tlt-t-lint- in 1't:vt-nnt- of ovt-1' rleS,000.00, but tlt-spite this tt full lIl'0Q'1'2lIll ot' at-tivitit-s has bt-t-n t'tn'i'it-tl on tluring tht- t'll1'1'0l1l st-ssion, tlt' nt-t-t-ssity this f-onltl only ht- uc-Complislit-tl by ' pmt-tit-iitg tht- st-vt-rt-st ot' t-c-onomit-s. Intlt-t-tl the sut-t-t-ss of this Mui '-J vi! Q- gal . . . 1- J yt-tn' has ht-t-n tlut- to tht- ablt- work ot tht- llll'L't'iO1'2llC Prt-sitlents in tintling' tht- mt-sins to t-ftt-t-t snt-h t-conomit-s without injuring tht- nature tintl t-xtt-nt of tht-ii' work. Bt-tn-ing in mintl tht- intthility of tht- stutlt-nt to pay ltirgt- athnissions to t'nnt-tions tintl gtimt-s. tht- lJii't-t-torzites liztvt- rt-- tlnt-t-tl tht-m to tht- lowt-st lt-yt-l possiblt-. lll this t-onnt-t'tion ai t-tnnptirison with tht- yt-an' 1929-30 is illuminating. Atlmission to rugby gtnnt-s has ht-en rt-tlut-t-tl from +2.50 pt-r st-ason tit-kt-t to 51.00, social t,lll'L't'ltbl'ill0 tlztnt-t-s have ht-t-11 1't-tint-t-tl front 341.00 to tii0t- whilt- lits :intl tlrtimutit-s have bt-t-n 1't-duct-tl from 500 and T50 to 250, tht- Slit-att' was puhlisht-tl for :ls1,300.00 less than in l930 :intl tht- lil't'YSl4J1lC has t-tit't-t'-tt-tl C'Ol'1'l'SIlOl1tlll1g' t-t-onomit-s. Eat-li and t-vt-1-y stntlt-nt at-tivity could ht- t-xamint-tl with likt- rt-sult, and this togt-ther with tht- Siilllfltllll mtiintttint-tl rt-t'lt-t-ts tht- husint-ss at-uint-n of lJi1't-t-to1't1tt- ht-zitls. lJl'l'llill1S tlnt- to lack of t'nntls tht- t'onnt-il has hutl time to matltt- set'- t-1't1l znnt-nthnt-nts to its tQ'onstitution long ovt-rtilut-. Tlit- Asst-mhly ot' tht- tfount-il, whit-h for somt- yt-airs has t-njoyt-tl ti popularity likt- unto that ot' tht- St-ntitt-, has lit-t-n uholislit-tl, and in t'nttn't- its functions will bt- t-xt-1'- cist-tl hy tht- Fount-il which has ht-t-n t-nltn'g'ed to int-lndu 2111Oll1t'1' woman IHOIHl3t'l'. tlthei' important t-liaingt-s t-tyft-t-tt-tl wt-re tht- adoption of tt social Galt-iitltn' limiting formal func-tions to at 1'02lS011i1bltt ntnnher and tht- ap- proval of tx stantlartl award systt-m for all studt-nts st-rving in t-xt-Cutiye positions. , Un tht- wholt-, tht- yt-al' hats ht-t-n intirkt-tl hy ti t-oi1sitlt-1'tihlt- mt-a1su1't- of succt-ss antl it is tht- sint-t-rc wish of tht- i't-tiring Count-il that its succ-t-ssot' may t-njoy ti yt-tn' ot' great tit-hit-vt-mt-nts. V+!-L A 4 N I af. Q K 11" 1 5 ,915 if 6 in 1 r ,, 1 ' . 4 Q , ig sa . G, FE :nw c l , ,. fi f vs ff ,. 2 r ' 5' gk., ', ' 4 V 3. . , . - ii. n I 4 ' 1 L.M.CROSBIE R.A.MuRRAY Afmnnns o, Muuosu. TQEASUREQ DQas1DE.N'r. VlCE Pmzsnoern' 550251-AQYQ . x 'aff' - ,jf gg, z. " n m-. -i -' 'rf bf' H. HEGAN. H.CLAWSON. R, STREB v. DALLIN. PDB, U.ATT!LEYE DIDECTOQT- PRES, DEBATING DWPECTOGZT PQES. SOCIAL D!I'2EC'l'OR! PRES. DQAMATIC DIPECYOR' . wi ' ii?-Qb ' if 'N 1. -V . ,Na i i W. Y, ff I I A R . LEE, G.H.GOODRElD. wcionoou .J.N.cH1PPERFuEm 1-:.cAnPaau. PRESIDENT ENGNNEERING PRESIDENT EMNANUEL PQESIDEIW ARTS E SCIENCE PRESIDENT ACCOUNTING PREYIDENT NEWCINE- , -, . , K . - -, i b Q 4 , ' .Qt .. J- 5,-'ix 2' ' " P1 . f- 1 . Q i , , Z 3 . K I. ' .. I I H.o. DERBY o. DAVEY M' "'E'-'SER w, E.. awwonvu L. wRznsuAu. Pnesvuem' EDUCATION Przesmenr Anmcun.mnz ""'5"'E"' 'Mmm mins nnesnncuv sr Anneews. Pnesmenr MASYEBS S A -cr , 2 fl Q5 'L e J 1 A v s.P.mncAnwu J-B-MARSHALL SHEAF. EDITORINOQIEF CUESTOOE EDIT? DBSMGL . IW, .4 ,.,f""-"""xxL rx Ill, fi . Jlll ' f I 7" ' Mig' " " L '31 N Q13 ln Aiwa' Q Xgv--Afmn b GLS ' Q--S, ,Y ' ""U5g.:1g . - A .-f ,, ,J V 1 ' ,f ' ,-x.- 4 ' ... t xi- A , q i- ffgf-gQ5,q-germ ' MQ--Q. 4 QA Jimi dt ii.. s- to .img-its f 1 - U "HIS eighth volume of T111 Grfyshnzt' is lll'l'Sl'lll0Ll lll'l'0XVlfll us the Pioneer number. It is an tlepzirtui-c from those ot' other years in 'ZZ' certain respects, in which it may be subject to comun-ndation or criticising this is at privilege which rightly belongs to those who t,f"5-'ik lizivc subscribed to its publication. lluc to the circumstances at- i 3 1 tending' the in-otluction of ai yearbook it is impossible to in-cmlict how it will be received prior to its il1JlDt'il1'2lllC0 on the campus. The stuff this year hope that their cttorts will meet with your aplwovul. f .,, It is customzu-'.' t'o1' the 1'0fl1'll1f.f staff' to express appreciation to those who have liellwd and contributed to the publication of the yearbook. This year perhaps even more than in post years the Uollege l'0l7l'USL'lll2lllVCS have done much of thc work connected with their sections of the book. Members of dim-cto1'ates and societies liavc co-operated readily in providing copy. The sales staff zuul advertising inzuiagci' have been lil1'2'6lY I't'Sl'lOl1f sible t'o1' the financial considerzitions. Uff the campus, generous C0-01l01'2l- tion has been forthcoming from the publishers, the 1-'llQ1'ilV01'S and the I'bl10fOgl'21pl1t'1'. Our best wishes go to the Hreystone stuff for 193-L-35. QaG.M!?"'..f.. is W if ff F 6-fa K mm: uv mum.: mmm. umnu . rnmn um n uma 1. 34.-.1-.1, ,1 :mmm-.N un aa, 144. In Mmmrnozf, S-mx, mmm mf.. me r ..L.4.v, 3 ui.: 1933 -SHE F STAFF- 1 93 5 - f.,... . 9 sa Q I w i if Y gf' 9 , K 4 mu, mmm 5 , 1, .1 e 1 warns uAcc1LuvnAx' s .VA I. m ra M mn naw, rqvurmz-N . ,, N ,, An rx 'zuuni , U , wnxmx wx num suanraxn -mc: Mums L1 M, ,.f,, if ' -, . ,... y Q , I km :muuw rm uuux-z A ,F LTL.: ,J RVES, ,L,A4J,A L 1 +V, ' ' ' ' W if -,nj fl - Nxnx f 'v V 2. If 'T7'f1.ii ,. -W" .if 33 . -Li a' . "' 2'-7g .za-i"'T:' -- - :' 'i m Y. - "5 mr. A 'F"f fy' I... . ' .awww-Q S+ 'ff A .1 ,. Y,-, T- . X N-'E F, 1 I W .. I xl- .., lx I A, ' 'ff - ' 41" V rag, VQJ. W bmNw?hiV'.4. lu: Hff?0ff':f'fWAff'H . 5 F' -. f":'Jff.,F .iif' ' f - ., -:if ' W1 4 1 Z-1 -6:2 " f f . ', . ,jf'-ur4g,,f- ,- .ff ff X I X to N ' li Qggmyfi -tQQSQ5EihEKEbiai 4 mmm: m umm: annum ' an-nur ' :man una as nan 14 14-in-hw -1 subfam- us 22,2-A-. is sfxsmmos sxsx,:.m1rn if., im 'rm Canaan - ' .1 sm zncurwow 1, , - .Q g.,- Q-,if' :, 9 ' emu: rumscn: 1. V V -f 1' 515 x AA, uznow ., ,,,,,.,,fi,-.W,..g t .1.,,f,,,,, t . 953 . , A,.,.,4, F f Lt annex' xfnoraun 1- tu- . t. v, V Y , Q N U 5 f J .xc sor- i 1 ju 1 zz iumuzx' cuksfnw .. , Z XE . 1 -fr. f A 4 Y , f 'Wk -Y ,V .. ":.wg-A ' N Qu . 5 2' nrjjfp . , 1. .. Z A D is 1' li X ' Wfff mms snncnn iu.uuv nnkvnv 1- ' ., ' -' -. L :wwf H a.. Y ff" . 'f ff isa gl f ' A s at nw -A .- 1 K t f ry Asxsv oss Posnnaorr my D MDONALD a s :f l 4 t nuss M rnzxms uw V ,. V53 1934 DZ n Jrwnb A Tho staff can do no ht-ttt-r. it sa-urns. than to kocp those thrteo things foruniost in mind. They should bt' loyal urnongst tliemselves. they should oo-operate to the utmost with all of tho organizations and studcnt activitivs on thu Campus. and. most vital of all, thvy shou'd strivc for and servo thc highest intern-sts of the studvnts. NYith tln-se ideals bt-foro thorn. and thc lust plam-d first of all, evt-ry nn-inhcr of thc stall rnny hc proud of his con- ncction with The Slit-af. As thc ycars pass the standard ot' The Shi-af must ho continually raised to keep pace with the changing and growing' C'll211'2lCtQ1' of the University. This should not be lost sight of if the value and purpose of the paper is to be maintained. ff'-' '77 . -nfffflx mum " ' T ' ' TM' 'W .... ' ee-e mrs- i-- Q - -1. i i he. l l B NGURXQTAQ4 Au -f in ns. : L L ni ht University Athletic Directorate gs QW lllfl athletic season is ended for another year and with its going the l'.A.lD. can feel justly proud to have steered l'niversity ath- l'y7 'Tg' leties through it so successfully. Much ot' this suecess is due to the whole-hearted co-operation among the members of the lliree- :.,l'i2i'g torate and particularly to the managers who in spite of greatly . ' V redueed budgets have direeted their teams through as complete a schedule as usual. lntereollegiate competition was limited to hockey, track and swimming. ln these lllanitolra was not able to compete so that our battles were all with Alberta. Traek repeated its perforinance of last year. The men with one of the best teams ever produced here retained the Cairns' trophy for the third consecutive year. The women, while not so successful. gave a very good performance. Swimming produced our greatest success. both men and women making a elean sweep of the meet held at Edmonton. A similar defeat was admin- istered to the Regina Boat tflub team which journeyed up here last Novem- ber. At present arrangements are being made to send a team to the Dominion t.'hampionship Meet at Winnipeg during April. The hockey displayed by our lluskies against the Alberta team was some of the best seen in the city this winter. Although losing the four game series, they won one game and tied a second to give Alberta a great respect for our prowess on the iee. Varsity playing in the city league was eliminated in a play-off with the Wesleys. liadies' hoekey operated in a city league again this winter and com- pleted the schedule without losing a single game. The rugby team was entered in the provincial league comprised of Regina, Moose -law and Saskatoon. Although giving a very good account of themselves we were unsuccessful in so far as winning the league. Soccer repeated its success of last year winning the city intercollegiate title. 111 men's basketball. our team again won the city championship losing only one game throughout the season. The high-light of the season was a game with the Regina Boat t"lub in which Varsity was vanquished lJy'O11G point. Ladies' basketball was limited to the city league in which they were eliminated in the play-offs by the Tech. tlrads. Boxing, wrestling and fencing have greatly increased in popularity due to the impetus given them the past few years. Thanks must be rendered to Professor Gordon who as faculty advisor gave us much timely advice. Vtle wish to make special mention of the great debt we owe to Joe Griffiths who year after year turns out winning track and swimming teams and we also wish to offer our congratulations to Pete Graham and Doug. NVillis who receive the major award this year. To the incoming Directorate we extend our wishes for every success. N f3"' Qg1 lf Zf1?JgTii lgfi 1- 'fliflrz' ,," 4 -W ' I if 11'f- t ll nl 'N , ',7rw5. , ,,.,, K- - TV.-. .V -L - , .--in . , , , A af X X 2 X V X x .xixxwxxxg , . ..-.-,U--X-V V . -.fx - 1x f' Y Q X X X Xmmxxvx HOCKEY f f W A13 ff' hx 'T' ' -' G: - ' 5 1 ' ,. ,, , Q, . -5 4 'if Q ,A I R.l'1U5fNINSKl K.VlHlTE J-a5Hl4EY P. HASLAM I-.I-OMABV-Nh. Tsums num-rw L :mnmna , , H' qvq. . 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B. l 3 31 if ll :ggigg if of -- - - t ' ' rj? iix-Qi ,qi W X . N I I College Nights . This yt-ar tlu-rt- wt-rt- t-ight plays prt-st-ntt-tl. showing tlu- growing t-nthusiasm for llramatics in tlu- l'niy't-rsity ot' Saskatt-lu-wan. The "Little Theatre Club" cup awarded for the best play was won by tht- Collegt- of Engineering with the play. "A Night at an Inn." The play was wt-ll staged and acted t-yt-n though it was the l'Ingint-t-r's tirst attempt' in tht- tit-ld of llramatics. The McLorg t-up for individual male acting was won jointly by Mr. Jack Mitchell and Mr. Bob. Williamson. Professor Edmunds donated a second cup for individual at-ting, making a cup for ladies as wt-ll as one for men. This cup was won by Miss Fern Moar. Two of the plays prt-st-ntt-tl on College Nights wt-re t-ntt-rt-tl in tlu- llominion Drama Festival held in Saskatoon during March. "R.U.R." The traditional Vniyersity Night entertainmt-nt this yt-ar featured Karel Capek's "R, lf R.". a sensational drama of the futurt-. The ltramatic Directorate sponsored the production which was shown in Con- yot'-ation Hall for two nights. February 23 and 2-1. Both performances were wt-ll attended and appreciated by the audience. The play was directed by Prof. F. H. Edmunds and tht- leading roles wt-rt- carried by tit-orge Hancock as Harry llomin, and Miss Marie Parr as Helena Hlory. Direc- tors and actors combined to make "H If R." tht- major theatrical t-vt-nt on the campus this st-ason. The production was a thought-provoking antl signitit-ant play iillll entirely different from previous dramatic pei-formanct-s at the l'nivt-rsity. lt compelled ont- to think about tht- future in a new light and caused one to wonder whether man has tht- right to usurp tht- function of the ti-rt-ator and make life. Tht- plot of tht- play deals with some possible const-tlut-nct-s ot' such an event. The mt-mbt-rs of tht- cast. most of whom have had previous t-xpt-rit-nce in dramaties. set a high standard of quality for tht- acting. The direction was by Prof. F. H. Edmunds and Peter Gouin. Costumes and stage settings were designed by Edith Needham. The east was as follows: George Han- cock,4Marie Parr, Allan Rumbelow. Cliff Douglas. Bill Kinsman. Lloyd Putnam, Roy Lee. Margaret Jonsson. Jean Byam, Harold Howe. Bob. XVi11iamson, Peggy Strickland, Bert Valde. Ed. McCarthy. Joe Nordal. Joe Stewart, Henry Dyck. Conrad XValker, Al. Ormiston, Clarence Bell. Murdo Mac-Ritchie, Rus. Reid. A-5 NX -4 ww-A wi,-vlr fifiyj T f :ffl-.L.:. y Jn 'Y-f - , V i ?L 'K - . w - L, ft . JF' if af 'W ,r I X . X X N .' ' ' - V '. LI" 1 J 'V ,MI ' ' -' , ' - l i Q ' ' I l ' A f-XIII Q:ae. t"t t - M "f... .QL all i . exe Literciry Directorate XVith Lits this year untler the rapablo management of Jimmy Kclioc thc af-tivitics of thv yt-ar wt-rc ll clvcitlml slwm-ss. In taking tht- Frosh Lit downtown pit-Oc-tlclit was established and attt-mlaiic-c rt-cords l7l'UlIQ'll. A cuintortahlc profit on the 9Vk'lllIlQfiS ontvr- tainmvnt as wvll as l'ilVfllll'2liJiL' rt-ports of tht- vliaractor of tht- ontcrtain- nu-nt amply justitit-cl this Vt'llll1I'0. Drspitc a vrowdwl sovial calm-ndar after Christmas, timo was found tu p1'vpa1't- an oxcvlh-nt Ht-nior Lit whivh was presented on St. Patrick 's night in tf'011vm-atiml Hall. This entcrpriso was inure musical in character than its autumn p1'etlw-vssoig and was Slll't'l'SSflll in all aspects. Ctbllllllflllklilililll is duo to thc dirt-c-tor and all artists and assistants who c'o11t1'ibutl-tl to thc activitios of thc IJi1'cc'to1'atv. If + IVII K -.I ,.x. W.. --,...v-V-.,.1, . v.-,---.f.1- gf . .-.Y V -- - 4 SEQREIIARY VICE-PRES. PRESIDENT BUSINESS MGR. . 1 "5 ' - I is I j qiul . I I M , 53 V 1' " I 4: 2 FORBES R. IVPMURDO J. NORDALI ' HIG. WCDNNELL PHARMACY Houseuoho SCIENCE ENGINEERING LAW . Q vfi lv ' A f, 'Y I 5 ' if Y? 1 C. BROWN V A. CARTER EI HOWE I EI'IMANuEI. f MEDICINE SKANDREWS AGRICULTURE 'f -f"f'-F-f-' 'FT' -I fa ff"l-fC"f':f'T"' Q 'NEWJJUC 'P-f PUEOUWCfPIf fI -ff 'ff' fQ Lfllbff 1 j . ' ' ' f'fff,f1C5jJl L ' I I N I ' ', I .P '.I .' -I fC r - -V C,CIffIf If if ' 7 .I II II - I fk-f,xwi K' ff QI: I ' ff I I - I I ' 7 .. .aux If -4... ,f " j rx! I I A 4.6216-f'E"'w"ff I 'X n,f2fQ'l .197 A 1 fl I I"-,If 'NJ IV .1 I ' ff?-is IL, ,'II . A XV Ii: 5' ' ', I- xf " ' WI ' "M H Frm. II-I:ff2:"ff-'TKFT FCI-r' I N 3 If I' R-25 I + .-' ' - - '- I' I 'ly 'Hi , :Var -9152f4.:Kf 'I ' 1 xl Q I 3 '-Q? ,w 15,3 - .K I .Y-i' It jg 1 I I I WBC I 6 R4 - I-j ,I V- , I - QM I I W. If "II, - NX, ,sv - M e A, s lll ltuilf f' P-'W f - .ft ff i 1 'inure - .- , , - "'i " I 2 . - ' - --l 1 I ' ' .. M' . - - i L Q36 J' .. tis, X- - 5.9. SL n 6:9 Frosh Lit This year's Frosh Lit stood out as one ot' the outstaluliug' activities ol' the Year. In taking the liit to the lflmpire theatre one of the largest erowtls ever to attend au event of that kind was euahled to enjoy the pro- tluetion. Several numbers were Ollliifllllklillg' iii quality and eretlit is clue to the eutertaiiiers. Ht particular merit was the piano duet by Jack Byers and Alex. Mackie. Another uumher drawing eousitlerable applause was the Blue Prelude, with an excellent solo uumlrer hy Edna Yule. Senior Lit The Senior Lit held this year late in Klart-h was also of high calibre. A prepoiulerauce of high quality musical iiumhers was a spec-ial feature ot' this protluctioii. Much credit for the year's activities should go to those who 4-oiitributed their talents on the program and to those who labouretl earnestly iii eostume tlesig'i1i11g', directing, and other general work. Alf- H33 snrroas , , I L, 2 f f l -4- ' -"fill X ,rf Sf' fa- ' X , ' 1 if " ,Z T , J X . v t, , N 3 W I Y gg A ow MUNDELL snrron BUS:'MGR. ...QE-gj N D ' q1'X' t Q U9-390EI99f2P l q" The Handbook I:'fIz'tr1r - - - D. XV, BlIfNIJI-11.1. Iirasilazsx Alllllllljjl r - - - K. A. tlukimx Assut-z'nt4 EcIz'tur.w Ill-31.1-:N Homxsux. HI't,9II DL'N1us, Axurs f1I.x1'1s1LL11'RAx' TllE'SilSii2llCllt'XVilll SlllLl1'lliNl llamllmouk was emlw-cl to till tht- 111-1-il U11 thi- Campus ot' a lltklilf' S01ll'l'l' of i11t'n1'matiu11 1111 stuili-11t activitit-s. A lllilXlllllllH of wu1'tl1-wl1ih- i11t'o1'matiu11 at a 111i11i11111111 C-ost l1as het-11 thi- aim nf its various lflditors. Thi- fifth Vthlllllll' oi' tht- sc-rim-s appi-211-4-il last fall. Although but slightly altt-ri-cl i11 a1'1'a11g'e111t-11t aml UUIITUIITS t'1'on1 tht- p1-L-vious 0110. it was 1-4111- siilcrably 1-1-clilct-pl i11 sim- illltl pric-1-, illl'1'UlJj' 111o1't- 11Oil1'lf' Zl1l1Pl'0XlIH2lilllQ,' thc- a111bitio11 oi' its u1'igi11atu1-s. a flu- liamlhook to all 116'WCOIl101'S. 5 Thi- Hamllmooli is 1-spi-4-ially ul' si-1'vic-c to thi- frosh in Hlilklllgf tht-111 acquaiutc-d with stutle-111 lt-:ull-1-s, sm-it-tics, 4-olli-go yells, athlvtic- awards and so forth. Its 1-xistt-11c-v has lJOL'lI mails- pussihh- tl11-uiiglm tht- ailvi-1'tisi11g llili1'0l121g'P nf local lnusim-ss mi-11 aml ililllillllilll fivms. ' t a Illlfl - maggie VE igibeidbx 1,333 -ll j Y X i I f J 1 ' Y -. Q 1, 2, lt' 'xl ' ' ily?-.7-Air it ' A A Debating Directorate 1933-3-L saw tht- rist- of tlt-hating to an uniwrt-ct-dented proinint-nee in studt-nt at-tivitit-s. Not only has a rt-inarltable intt-rest in debating' mani- t't-stt-tl itst-lf. but tht- nuinbt-r of students participating' in various debates is t-vt-r on tht- int-rt-ast-. This at-liit-yt-nit-nt can bt- attributed to tht- Pres- idt-nt, Harold Clawson, whose rt-lt-ntlt-ss pt-rsistt-nt-e. energy and t-fliicient-y have in-twitlt-tl tht- nit-ans whereby debating talt-nt can bt- found antl effec- tiyt-ly dt-yelopt-tl. Last yt-ar. tht- intt-r-faculty t-tnnpetitions for the historic Hill Cup wt-re eliminated. and a new systt-in, that ot' Debating Unions, was inaugur- ated. This year tht- 110W systt-in t-int-ret-d from the t-Xpt-riint-ntal stagi- antl has bt-eonie a permanent antl mort- satisfactory t'orin of debating. ltlat-h college has its own Debating' Vnion in addition to the llniyersity lit-hating' Vnion. 'l'ht-se debates art- conducted on a strictly parliaint-ntary basis. any ont- prt-st-nt bt-ing' priyilt-gt-tl to speak. which is a distinct im- proyt-int-iit over tht- old torinal systt-ni. lt is only through rigorous cross- tlut-stioniiie' which nt-et-ssitatt-s rapid tliinlcing, that a slit-akt-r's ability can bt- finally tt-stt-d. The clioiet- of sut-h topics as: "Ht-solvt-tl that untlt-r no t-irt-uinstant-t-s will tht- nit-inbt-rs ot' this House fight for King' and t'ountry." and "Rt-solvt-tl that the British 4'ominonwt-altli ot' Nations should be dis, lvzilitlt-tl." has atldt-tl greatly to tht- intt-rt-st of tht-se debates. 'l'ht- annual Mt-ttoun Vup dt-batt-s wert- ht-ltl on January 19, the reso- lution bt-ine' "Rt-solyt-tl that the t'f'H1l0ll1li' salvation of Canada lies in the Sot-ialization of ht-r Finance and Major Industries." Debating at Has- lcatt-lit-wan, the aft'irniatiyt- was upheld by lilint-r lh'lL'Ll2L'1' of l.aw and ll:-rold Ivl't1llllil1't ot' ltlnnnanut-l. who lost the decision to the l'11iyt-rsity of .Xlbt-rta by a close vote. Harold t'lawson of Law and Ralph Strt-b of Arts. wert- dt-t't-att-d in Vaneouvt-r by tht- l'nivt-1-sity ot' British Columbia. Two other niajor dt-hates are yet to be held. Miss Dorothy Vrtiss antl ttt-otgfrt-y Parrott will uphold tht- nt-g'atiye in tht- resolution "Rt-solved that this House tlt-plort-s the rise ot' Fascism" against a teani from Bates College. an Aint-rit-an tt-ain touring Canada undt-r the auspices of the N.F.C'.L'.S. The other dt-batt- will bt- the annual battle with the Young Mens Board of Tratlt- who will attt-mpt this yt-ar to wrt-st the laurt-ls from Varsity, having' lost thc in-t-vious encounter. Owing to tht- establislunt-nt of the Canadian Radio Commission, radio dt-hates have bcctmit- infinitely mort- important this year. Speakers debate from tht-ir rt-spt-t-tive local stations and a western network carries the de- bate through tht- provinr-t-s. In tht- only debate participated in by Sas- katchewan so far, Eric ltlrrt-y and Jack Jones wert- successful in defeating tht- University of Manitoba. Similar dt-batt-S art- being conducted in the Eastern provinces and a final debate between the East illld the XYest will be broadcast in the spring. . .3?E??,x,u Q V .. Jig, . 1 J ky-. .,.v - I f .x,, iff m:aArr,mc5 um Ei LAW A c. cumorr Acmcuwune C U F. J. M'laEAN HIDICINE ' AQ I5 53, IEIH-,n PRESIDENT H.-I. CLAWSON '- 0 J. E. JONES sumonsws J.A. RIULEY EMFIANIIEL 4 Y 1 G. COC K ELL roucA'non .LJ F5 ACCOUNTING x A.F.AhEXANDER ENGINEERING , .a A H. WATSON H0091 SCIENG' I' Um, N A Z 'si 3 wks' ll as 1 ' ffl " . V f' t x ss 'l'IF..lF'l - ' .' '- Wi c k it J T . ei - A Qio tl t 'Xt tt...-G.. M J.. ..s3s . :Q As a new policy ot' the Debating Directorate, it has been decided to send teams to various towns and cities throughout the province. At the present time arrangements have been made to send debating teams to Prince Albert, North Battleford, Lloydminster. and possibly Reggina. These are the actual achievements of the Debating Directorate during 1933-3-L, but far more important is the role it is playing' in the development, ot' those qualities essential to the future leaders of Canada. Ability to discuss social, political and economic problems convincingly, intelligently and with confidence is an invaluable asset to man in the world to-day, and it is the duty of every academic institution to so equip its members that they will be able to shoulder the burdens of the future. It is hoped that the Debating Directorate has niet with success in this direction. . ,g V,- M I JV. ii!-rg LTU, U- Jl v i - ,X A 4 -I . Q33 lm 'tt Aiis i Q uQ Sln u 1 J 'A t 639 Women's Athletic Council -" tv fi A, -' , 'N 'A 3 ' Wx SVIIHHINR The main funetion ot' the XVomen's ,Xthletie Couneil is the coordina- tion of all sports in the Yniversity in whieh girls partieipate. Vnder the ahle leadersliip of Jennie Thompson, the managers ot the various teams have shou n a splendid eo-operative spirit and deserve eommentlation for their success in the discharge of their duties. Splendid showings have been made by some of the teams. The girls' hockey team entered the City league and repeated its pertormanee of the last two years of eompleting the season without a single defeat. The swimming team won in the meet at the University of Alberta held early in March. Due to the early snow, the tennis team did not have an oppor- tunity of showing their mettle in an inter-Varsity meet. The basketball girls, after a hard ight in the c-ity league. secured a berth for the play-offs but fell before the onslaught of the powerful Commercial Grads. The track team was defeated in the inter-collegiate meet at Edmonton although it put up excellent competition. A compulsory "Freshette" meet was held in the fall in an endeavor to ind new material. It' this is eontinued future teams should uphold the record of previous years, Badminton. volley hall and figure skating provide recreation and exereise for many girls, the last mentioned sport showing a deeided increase this year in the numhers partieipating. ' 1 ,fi-1i g3T?2:Ql1,l11 1 1.11 , , 1, ll Sociol Directorote A, H111 1'11lu1- 111' 11 1'1111l'Q'l' 1-11111-11111111 is 1?1"1-11111-11115' 11111-s1io111-11. 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U lllfl l'niversity ot' Saskatchewan first gained national recognition in hockey, during the seasons from 1921 to 192-l, when the Green 'Isl and White sextets swept through city, provincial and Western Canadian titles and entered the Allan t'up finals in the spring of ,lfiglilg 192-1 against the world famous Toronto tftranites. liatcr years E 3 1 ' have seen the Varsity always well up in the leagues of which they are members, and some critics, rank the teams 1930-31, 31-32, on par with the Allan Cup finalists of 1923-2-1. Some ofthe outstanding hockey stars, who have worn the tlreen and White uniforms of Saskatchewan include: two great net tenders in Andy Aitkcnhead, now net tender for the world champion New York Rangers and Frank "lnju:i" Evans, who has turned down several professional otters and is with the Moose .law tjrescents. Such outstanding dctencemen as Vharlie Logan, Ward Turvey. Ron. and Art Silver, and a fine array of forwards, with such names Charlie Mason, -lim Dewey. Clayton Crosby and Arlo Areneson. Saskatchewan football common was quoted very low on the sport ex- change previous to the season ot' 1928. Names such as "Winless Wonders," "Scoreless Saskatchewan," had been affixed to the gridiron squad. How- ever. the fall of 1928 saw the appointment of Kent. Phillips, former Varsity football star, as mentor. and under the new leader the squad made an im- pressive showing and finished in second place for the Vsl.C.I.A.U. title. The following season saw the Huskies gain the title of the prairie division ot' conference with an unbeaten, untied record only to drop the VV.f.'.I.A.l.'. title to the l'niversity ot' British Columbia in a two game series played on the rain soaked gridiron of the western schools NVith the greatest team ever assembled in its history, Saskatchewan, in the fall of 1930, captured the prairie division and defeated the title holders, l'.B.C., in a brilliant game 18-3 to gain the coveted Hardy trophy and wind up the season with a perfect record. The following season was the last intercollegiate football in the W.C.I.A.lf. and ll.B.tQ'. regained the title by defeating Manitoba 4-3. The last two seasons have seen the Varsity competing with great success in the S.R.F.U. Swimming at the University ot' Saskatchewan bids fair to bring na- tional recognition to the school in its search for athletic honors. Under the tutelage of E. VV. "Joe" tirittiths, the tank teams of the Varsity are ranked among the leaders in the entire Northwest. Rulers of the VV.C.l.A.l'. Save for a short two year interval, when the Holden Bears of Alberta climbed to the throne, the Huskies have turned to broader fields of competition and have captured honors all the way from Saskatoon to Vancouver. This spring will see five and possibly six tank stars carrying the Huskies hopes in the national meet. in VVinnipeg. The Huskies never very strong on the cinder path up until 1929 have since that date more or less predominated in track and field sports in the VV.C.I.A.U. VVinning thc Cairns trophy, emblematic of inter- collegiate supremacy, four times in the past six campaigns, the Huskies have also won several provincial and important club meets besides gaining points at the national track and field championship meet. I E i - 4 I X Q 4 R '-"2 "' A 33" ' I , I V G L Q10 Q B. Q1 , I fu- f my GW lx! N .. 4 11 . K' ' I ATHLETICS ""' ,f '13 Qi6lmg -A vm Eli m Ibn llullll1 Men's Trcack H111 1933 traeli season was one of the most sueeessful in whieh the Uni- versity has ever partieipatell. VW- were re1n'esented in three track meets lluring- the summer season, namely: Fort Qu'Appelle and Prinee ,Xlbert on the 2-lth ot' May and in the provincial eliampionships at Prinee .Xlbert on liabor llay. In eaeh ot' these meets our athletes emerged with the senior team elianipionship. The provineial high sehool traeli meet, which is sponsored by the Uni- versity, was hehl here last May and was the largest whieh has ever been put on. High sehool athletes from all over the provinee attendetl it and the experienee antl training obtained at this meet will undoubtedly be ot' great benefit to them anil to the teams they 1'01J1'l'SlJl1fCCl, at future meets. The annual interfaeulty trac-lf meet provitletl eompetition of a very high ealihre, six rec-ortls being' broken anml a seventh equalled. This meet servetl as a basis for pit-king the team whieh represented us at Edmonton the following week in the XV.l,'.l.A.l'. ehampionships. The loss ot' our former stars. Maguire, Mac-Mahon, lilinek and Brady was not felt as keenly as it might have been. Their places were quite ably tilleml by Bally liirkpatriek, who returned to us after three years absence, t'leye Gerry, former Manitoba traek eaptain, and two freshmen, Jim Pan- ton antl Shaun Farrell. These tour eombined with the remainder of last year's team, Kirlcln'imle, Armit, t'rosby and Rowetl, to form a suttieiently strong' team to retain the t,'airn's trophy. emblematic of inter-Varsity traeli supreniaey in XXX-stern tfanatla. Although Saskateliewan tleleateajl Alberta, the seore T6-T3 shows that it was not easily done. The efforts put forth by both teams resulted in the breaking ot' three rec-orcls. two ot' which were by our men. Panton ereatetl a new reeord in the high jump and Kirkbride in the pole vault. All members of the team took a hand in the scoring. The most pro- lifie in this respect being Kirkpatrick, runner-up for the individual cham- pionship and Bob Rowell who earriecl off tirst plaee i11 the three-mile. mile and half-mile events. While we will lose most of our team through gradu- ation, the fine showing maale by a number of eompetitors in the inter-faculty meet assures us of good material for next year. -f K -4 K -1 X KA , X -1 - 15 ' A M, f X Xv s 4 S L , fl- Fifi- ' N, I Vi' J , ' ' Af" ' auf 'Si ' -JOECGPIEEITHY mv: n:7RKennqE.Mgf. Boi R?WED cuw? iR05BY 5vAvgvgNdFAj-Refi lg Van . ' J v ' 4. :mn ef ca 2.20 yds.:-Iurdles I l'3maZR,Eu:p. ,. 7 41-r1ileJ , Q Rah! 3 milf.. lay. x M X N 1 F . , 4 W 5 . , Wi 5 f , 1 TF' , , , ' 4 ,. 12 'I I 8 :I ' can Annu' " 'fr ' .nm PANTON . -X M Hz-.f:: P'Wff ' W azsa-': '-f""'!'l1A-X A N 0 P K ig 1 A lf, FRN -, , .1 .3 I NI' K -117 X 45- J- A" Y 1 f QQ .f I xg 7 ! - X 1 - 4 4, , Q1 XX px nd 1 , 7 , A X " " " ' LJ, A S 1 ' . ' ' f ,, , ,, Mx - A - -. , ni A . A - W - :gs ' , V ' , ' LQ .lg , Nw gf Q A' - BAL,-Y' RKPA1-me cuzvs GERRV Javehn, Slrzzpxf, 5-hmm-ner Frou. H'fh'-Nasa 9gfjff.:9'tP"h 'mp' Wesfemlnl'ercoHegiaIeChampsons. 3,1--yqum- - 1933 F sf13nfL." N A Z--. Men's Swimming lifzwlf Noir: Stove Young 1A1:uii-igvm, Gordon Tullmzin, Uurly Holmes. Hugh Matin. .Lusk Byers, 4'l:11'vi1m- Gzlrvie, .loo Griffiths Hfozu-lil. ' I-'rout H0111 ll-ing XYillis, Neville Smith, 12+-rt Svlitlm-1'n1:11i11, Wntvr-polo, the first t-vt-nt ol' tho swimming' svuson, began in Nowin- lwr, with at wrll tillml st-lnwlnlt--six it-aims in thc league and fin- in tho "B" lt'2lQ'lll'. Tho Eiigiln-1-1's I tvznn won tho Vronkitr f-up in thu "A" lm-agin-, Arts l teznn winning' thc "l-3" lt-agtn-. Mum-li intvrt-st has lit-rn tlisplnyt,-tl in swimming as the iiic-roast-fl mem- hcrsliip ol' the Fish tflnli iinliraitt-s, with nhout sixty mvn passing thc tt-st for tht- silwr nwzirtl antl tin- mvn winning' the golil ziwzml. Tho l'11ivt-1'sity teann haul Iwo niwts in which to show thcir skill. The first on llL'CL'lllilL'l' 1st with tht- Rcgiiia Bout l'lnlJ, in which Varsity camo out on top with at tlvcisiw vim-tory. Tho sucontl was on March 3rd, at Etlmonton, with thr l'1iivt-1'sity ot' Alhrrta, wlntrc tho men regailn-tl, by :1 llll1'ij'-ill1't'U to twenty-tour vivtory. thc swimming titlc, held for tho past, two yours hy the lioldcn Bt-urs. An intcresting ft-aiturc of this moot was tht- iJl'k'2lklllQ ot' three iiitt-1-1-ollvgizitee 1'CCOl'tlS.7illL' fifty and one liundrod YZl1'tlS i.l'l't' style by Main. and thu two hnndrccl froc stylc by Holmes. Tho interfaculty swimming meet on Marcli 21st finished up a well hzilaiicetl swimming sozison. Tin- College of Arts and Science Capturud thr lllanning cup. A Men's Basketball N J I.r'I'f In lfigfht: H. l,vl'ClUl1il1'I lK,'lIill'lll, J. Millniun lhliiinigviw, Il. Ki1'kIf1'i1In- Hlilljtilllll. fl. St9XV2'tl't, K, l,zul3ex'ge, J. lyillllthll. XV. Hull. l4'. K1-Ils, D. XX'iIlis, Ii, BI2ll'Sll.lll, H. XYyness. Perliaps no uther t!I'Qj2llllZl'Ll spurt on the eainpus pi-mitles 1-xt-reise. ph-asiire and playing expel-ieiu-e tu su many stuilents as mlm-s basketball. This is shown by the foul' enthusiastiv leagues whieh have been in upon. tiun at the l'nive1'sity this season. Ten teams in the "Ham and liggu league have been Stf'1'2lll1llI1g' valiantly all year for the liistoriv liyiiig pan tnipliy. while in the two ll1ll'1'l'UCllllf' leagues. six teams anil ten "B" teams have 111-nvimleal a hranil of fast anil tiery basketball in their rar-e for the Hreat West Fui'nitu1'e trnpliy whivh has kept those few loyal fans who attend the games, on their toes. The two teams from the senior squad-tlie "Huskies" anal the "ll1'I7l1kll1S.l have upheld trailitions by turning in a series of cietlitabh- it' not brilliant 1ll'l'lltll'll1Hllf'1'S in the senim' city league. L'1ll'01'lllll2llClY it was again impossible to arrallge an intercollegiate lUll1'l12lll'lL'l1l in the western provinces this year, but the brand of basketball played here may be judged by the faet that the Huskies were all-feated by a picked team from Regina by only one point. In a series ut' return games with the Regina Boat Club, and the Regina Capitals, new being arranged, we liope to show SOllll1G1'l1Ql'S that basketball talent is still a long, long way from being absent at the University. . .L 'QNNX lv 1 't f yi - f ,E pl ""'-?"' Q.-mmf .t l.v . a' ii. lm-SEQ Menis Hockey xl M, ll. J. iil'5.Y1ll'l lAIJlll2lSt'l'l, l-I. K. Phillips lvozu-lil. Logan H'z'1pt:iii1l, Sl'l1ll'llG, Silvt-1', Arthur, Hall. IJ:-nipstt-r, K'1'llll'liSllilIlli, VViikinsou, Iiugltss. Gray, lfllglxll, Uztrsoli lT!'2llllE-l'l. Thi- 1933-3-l lioi-lu-5' st-asou piwwt-el to ht- nothing mort- than out- of trouhlt- and lllSZllllHllllilllK'lll as far as P1'oviu4i-ial lion-lin-5' was c-mic-Q-1-iieed. Afti-r gaining a ht-rth with thu Northt-ru lit-agiu-, whic-h was au assurauct- ot' muvh good ltoc-kt-5' for Varsity, all hopt-s we-rv dt-spairt-d of XVllO11 tht- S.A.Il.A. voted Varsity out ot' Svlllfil' 1-ompi-titioii in tho pi-oviiic-0. Thi-11 4-xhihitioii gamt-s wt-rv arraugt-d and st-ht-dull-d in the Northt-ru lUi1QllG but again tht-sv wort- vain'-1-llt-tl. Thi- lll21112lQ't'lllt'lll, still iightiug for lion-key ou tht- c-ampus, finally 1-1-sortt-al to a city It-agus sc-lu-tliilc with Wt-slt-y and Nutaua juniors. At tht- vud of tht- sc-ht-dult- Varsity and VW-slt-y wc-rc tit-d for tht- first plan-v and in thi- play-off Varsity was 1-liminatcd. In addition to this, L-xhihitiou gains-s wt-rv playcd with Humboldt and Mt-lfort., Varsity was t-utt-rm-d iu tht- llllCl'lllt't,ll2llt' playdowus and aftt-r easily brushing asidt- Asquith, lost out to lflattlt-ford iii a st-rim-s that rcquirt-d a two ovt-rtimo pt-riod gaiut- to dt-1'-itlc tht- wiiuier. The outstanding suvc-css of tht- lion-kt-5' st-asou was thc rt-rival of I11tt-1'- Varsity liockt-3' with thc l'11ivt-rsity ot' Allin-rta. A two game home and homo st-ries was playt-d with Alht-rta Capturing tht- Halpciuiy trophy. This inter-Varsity st-rics profluc-cd without doubt thc ht-st hockey of the yt-ar, and showed tht- docidt-d cliiil-1-1-lic-Q in Varsity spirit towards this typo of competition as compared with the otht-r. Alberta won the first game, 3-1. the sc-cond was a scorn-less draw, the third was won by SE1Skili,CllOVVi1l1 3-1 and the fourth and dcciding game was won by Alberta. K, 1 I .4-I - ., ,A--xiii, rl V,g 25:4-f - .-'T' -A 4,X.f, -' . IW! V, A ? if 11+ I I A I I , 1 4442? ' M4 - ' 1 Qio 1 .-. .1 1 ? 1- Q. 11- ...1 oi Soccer Buck Hou' llrft to rifflzfrz XY1'1g11t. Bliwk. Co11L'11 CLIYSHII, Cross. Mz111:1ge-1' flo1'dm1, .lone-S, .1A1l1f'SH11l11 BL'l11'1t1', I':11'1'e-s, S11a1ve. Prolzt Razr: Guille, .-1xYS1SI2'il1l 1ILil11l,LIPl' L1mg11o1'11. D1'i1-dger, Captain Struthers, Bibbey, Grey. Ha11sm1. The 1'11iy1-1'sity c11te1'ed a soma-1' tn-am this yvar 111 the Saskatoo11 I11te1'111ediate League a11d mot thc- host opposition and 11ad somv of tht- tightest ganu-A thcy haw 11ad for many a yt-a1'. Their 0111101101118 iucludus such wt-11 1i11OW11 and eXpQ1'ie11Ccd teams as the Sous of 1'111fJf1HllL1 a11d thv Callics. The outcome- of the lcague was still 111 doubt when all fl11'111GI' games had to bo f'2i11CU11l'Q1 owing to thc sc-Vere weather that st-t 111 about thc end of 0c'to11e1'. The loss of a few of last year team was madv up by some good IIPXV players and wit11 Coach Ca1'so11's thorough t1'ai11111g' thefteam was one of the best soon O11 the campus for some YL'il1'S. .-fshrhgf ,li 1. , , 1. 1 Ill :Q 111 H 111 ltiv xn I 1gl1KL l Rugby 1 AUM 1111 1v1llX'1'l'Sl1j' 111' S2lS1iii11'1l1'Wil11lS 1'11Q,'llf' 11-11111 21211111 1112lj'1'1i1 i11 11 1'1'Q,'1ll21l' s1-l11-1l11'1- 111. 1111- S11sli11t1-111-w11n Rugby 1'11i1111. Tl11- 11uski1-s , , .1 . . . . . i- fl11lNll1111 third 111 tl11- l1-11g'u1- XV11l1'11 was w11n l1y 1111- 111-g'111z1 110113-11- riders. Altl1111ug'l1 there w11s 1111 i1111-r-v11rsity rug-hy on tl11- 1J1'il11'1C'S, 3.52:-fu the XV1'ST111'l1 112111211111 11111-1-1.-11ll1-g'i11t1- Rugby 111111111 was 11111 i11111-1iV1-. - ' I 11s tl11- l'11iv1-1-sity 111 A1111-1'111 111111.-11,111 131-11rs 11'i1V1'1l111,1 111 1111- 1-oast 111 il Villll 11111-111111 111 0111111111 the 112l1'1.1Y 11'111l1lj' held l1y 1111- Tl1u11111-r Birds 111 tl11- 1v1l1V1'1'Sl1j' 111 British 1,lOl1ll1l111il. I1O1111S 111-11 1-1111-rt11i111-11 101' 21 1'1-- 111'Will 111. ll1f1'l'-YEl1'Sli'V 1-11111 11-11111111 11lll'l11Q tl11- 193-1 S1-11s1111. . l . TI11- I11lS1il1'S w1-re 1111-1-1-11 111 lllily 1h1-ir first Q111111- within il w1-1-k 111' 1'1'Q'lS1l'il1l1'11l 211111 1111- 1il1,'1i 111 il 1l1'1'-S112lS1J11 U'2il11l11QQ 01111111 was 1111111-1111-11 by 11114 1111111111-r 111 niinor l11jll1'1L'S lI11'1ll'1'111.1 11111'l1lQ tl11- first 11-w g111111-s. Tl1is 1'2l1'11ll' g11V1- 1'1.1111'-l1 1i1'l11 Pl1illi11s 1'11l1Sl1,l1'1'ill1l1' 1111111-ulty i11 Sllillllllg' up il 51111111111 XYO1'1illlg' 1'1llHlJ111il1111l1 1,11 1ll2lj'1'1'S. Tl11- Varsity 11-11111 w11s 111111- 111 1'1'12ll11 1111- 1','ity 1'l11111111i1.111sl1i11 11111111311 111-11-11ting' 1111- Qu11li1-rs hy sc11r1-S 111 9-11 111111 17-11. 1111WUV1f1', 1111- Husl1i1-s W1'1'6 111'1A1'2l11'11 hy Bl1111s1- J11w,6-1 H1111 l11s1 ll11'l1' Q111111-s i1Q'ill1lS1 1111211111 l1y S1'1l1'1fS 111 15-11 111111 T--1. L1-11 hy 1111-ir l'1'1111ll1J121lJlC 111111111111 "11ill'l'j'N H1-Q1111, th1- 1111511108 111211.10 21 strong 11111 for 1111-ir first S.H.F.1'. ti1l1- hut l1i111Y l11l1'1i 111111111111 1111-111 1l11'1'1' 111-11-111s 11y thc 11i1l'l'11XV1'?51 111' l1lil1'2'11lS, as tl11- 11l111y1- H1'111'1'S w11ul1l 1111l1Cilf1'. Al11111st 1111 1111Ti1'Clj' 1l1'W 11-11111 will h11y1- 111 111- 1111111 1111 111r 1111- 111-xt 5111181111 11s six11-1-11 1111-111111-rs 111 tl11- 81111311 11r1- 21'il11UEl1lllQ' this s111-ing. T111- 11111- 1l1'1il1'1i1'1'S, 11il1'1'y 111'lll11S1131'. 211111 tl11- li111- 1'1'i1Slll112' P1-tc 1711711121111 h11v1- 11l11y1-11 1111?l1' lust g'11r111- 1111- Varsity. Al. 1J111'i1-s, Art. Sillf1'1', 11111. 111111111111 111111 121-11. ,X111,11'1'S1lI1 11r1- 111111' STL'l'1ll1Q 131111 11111-rs wl111 will 111- missing' 111111 .l11h1111y 111131111 will 1-1111 signals 111111 l11-11y1- 1111ss1-s 1-ls1-wl11-1-1-. 1'lil1'L'111'1' 1,,'1111li. Art. Sily1-1' 111111 Roy L1-e Z11'11 Y1'11'1'il11 li111- 1111-11 111. 111112 s1-1'vi1-1- YVll1l 21l111lQ' wi1l1 J111- N11r1111l, l3l11k1- XVyli1-. John Missh-r, 1.111111 Ca1111111cll, Ed. 311'1'2l1'111Y 111111 XV. R1.'fVl111l11S will 111111- 1111rt i11 1'1111v111-11111111 1-X1-r1'is1-s. Doug. YVillis, llil1'1'1 1111-kling 1-1111. 1-111111111-11-s l1is 1-11urs1- this year. Next y1-11r's 1e11111 will 111- 11uilt 11111111111 11111 s11111l1 13111 1111wer1ul nucleus consisting' 111 Franl- K1-lls. 1'l2l1'11l11'1' 11111-vi1-, K1-ith 1.12lB1'1'Q1', 1131'1'f' I11.-Q1111, "Scotty" M111-1701111111 5121111 l111111.la, l1l11y11 Sl1a1'111-, 11i1111'lt' li1111wl1-s 111111 R111- F11st1-r. Bhlllilgtl' Ray F11-y was Q,'1'6il11j' g1'11ti1i1-11 wi1l1 the way i11 which tl11- stu1l1-nts S1l171J1J1'1L'11 tl11- 11-11111 this S1'llS1J11 211111 is 1111-11s1-11 111 1'C1101'f 111111 1111- 1-11111 w11s 111111- 111 fin1111c1- its 111-tivi1i1-s without using any 11111-1 111 1111- rugby 111111111-1 111-ovi11011 by 1111- 1'.,X.D. Eric C1111111111-ll 111'0YOC1 11 v1-ry 111110 assistant in 11111king' Zl1'11'1' t1'1111s11111't111io11 111111 111111111-ity. H111'0l1l "Sc'o011" Hun11-r was i11 01131211 111 1111- 01.1111111111-111 111111 s1-rye-11 11s trainer. The 3111111-s 1J12lj'GL1 i11 1111- 11111-r-111culty L1-11g111- this YCH1' w1-1'1- 111 ox- 1-e11tio111111y high S1Hl1L12l1'L1. Th1- 11u11lity 111 111111111111 11l11y1-11 would seem to 111111111110 111111 Q1 1111111111-1' 111 1111- 111ilYC1'S will j11i11 the 11111118 01 1111- Varsity 11-11111 next season. Tl11- 111-1151119 was WOII by the IC11gI1l11101'S 1.10111 th1-ir close rivals, the Agi-11s 111111 Arts 111111 S011-noe. Johnny 1111511111, acting 11s coach 211111 111111111g1-r was i11 C'llil1'g'0 of 1111- l11-11gu1- 111111 1-1-1011-1-11 the Q111111-s. A'ilEH16"?: fill!! '1 4 ,QSM J ax ...QHA-. A :L ,L G19 Kumi., f- - . w"'t4:,,xX .. - f'A-- ff-.1 'f ' ' 221- ,, A ,ln - ' ' A -.', J , .J ' - ff ' 1' f 2 S f, . ' f I :nn I ul ----1 'J 1' 1 A-1 W T A: Y , ' un: . S A p-.LQ 'a .. 4 , , 2 4 al!! 1' 111 1 '1 Xe - 'fQ'f75f1jJ'1' e Boxing ond Wrestling i 1 41 - M. :X if if WM' ffl, l:111'I.- Ituzr 111111 to riyfhllz Dr. D. Ifk1ws1111 11'1111'l11. fl. T.e11i11gh:1m. J. Spaxwow. L. 1Y:01lSll11. N. NE-Ville, 11. 11111'g:1l1. .1. 1lH5'l111111s, H. Lee- l1I2i11'lgln'l'P, I'1'11f. l-Ewa-11 11'11111'11l. .llirlfllw 11111112 J. Pringle. XY, S11GV1iE'llt'1i, 3Il'P113li1, IJ, T. XVi11is 1M1111-1ge1'I, B, Ki1'kpz1t1'i1.-k. M1111tg11n11-ry. XV1f11', l"r1111f Huw: A. Moss, T. Be-1'-kr-1'. J. M1-T11gg.':11'L, Y. 1,E'1'JDQl', J. C0111-11. Mo11tg1wn1e1'y. If, A1111111111 TXVOIITY 111' 11111111 stu111-nts 111111: il11Yil1lT21Q'P of 11111 t'X1'DL'l'1t'l1Pl'L1 coz1e11i11g' 11H'111'1-11 T11 The Boxing i1l1C1 XVP1-st1i11g' li'111I1 by 1J1'. Rz1ws1111 111111 Prof. Ewen. 311'I11111'l'S 111' the 1-lass have 2'l'02li1j' 1111111-1-1'-11111-11 11111 1-ff'1'11-ts of these men. 1b1111g'. Willis 111111 Roy 11l'l' 111z111a1g'e11 NYl't'Ni11l12' 111111 boxing 1'esp1-1-tively. -1u11i111' :1wz11'11s W1-1'e g'1'1111'11-1.1 111 those 111' 1111- XVl'l'S11l'1'S who won 1111- 11iH'1'1'1-111 111it'1'1'2ii'1111f' 1.1ivisio11s. Tl111s11 1111x1-1-s w1111 1111.111 part 111 1111- 11111111211 meet with 1111: Y.l1.l".A. were also g1'z111t1-11 1'11ix'111'si1y c'1111,11'S. Q39 i ..i T ' e 635 , Tennis 'IS Q X -.-,,,- il , 1 Sfriizzlfizgf-tleff to riglfflz Mike Kalma.liuIT. David Mundell tMen'5 lXI2lll1iI0l'l, Bnlfuui' Ki1'k1s:1t1'ic-li, XV:illz1t-e Buyes. Scfztcfl-tlcft to riglztrz Ruse Mushinski, Patsy Sullivan, Kathlefn XVhite iL21Cli6S' Mainagerb, In spite Of the largest entry on 1'L'C'Ol'l,l. due in an early Start, lmth the ladies' and nn-n's tcmurnamfents were eoinpleted by the middle ut' Hetulit-1' lrut the play-offs for the purpose of ranking the players on the team were not finished on Hlf'C'0Hl1l of snowfall. It is intended to Complete these afti-1' examinations in the spring as all ineinhers of the teznn will be remaining at the Uiiiversity until f'onvoc-atiun. The tennis tc-ani. amongst utln-1-s, was unable tu make its biennial trip to lidmontun fin' the inter-Vai-sity tuu1'nann-nt this yt-ar. The champion- ship, 'IllL'l'UfUl'l'. remains with the XYlfNiL'1'l1 lvl1lVE'1'SliY hut since colors can only he won in eoinpetitioii with 1'et-ng'11ized OIDIIOIICIITS, perinission has ht-en obtained for a C'llilllL'llQL' round in the spring' with the Sasl-ratooii City Cluh in lieu of the Alberta match, In such a round. the ecmipc-titioii will he of eonside1'al+ly higher grade than in an l11T01'-XvH1'Sllj' meet. This j'Cil1'lS contribution to Iv11lVC1'SllY tennis consists in the presenta- tion by the Hudson 's Bay t"ompany of two cups for annual Competition. The winners of these Cups this year are.-of the ladiesf Miss Rose Blushin- ski, and of the men 's. David Mundell. - .-1-f"""' xi Ai AS f1l.H.'l Nd 'll Q39 if . it.-1.9. 1- 'f 9. 51.21 i. 6:9 .4 I ffl 1, 1, ----bike Q . ' 1 , , , , 1232? ,fx Y N, ij- f T' , X ,f'7'1" J. - - ' 1 '- Ji g , 1 .' i 1 - 1 1 ui lt V- - - 1 1 I ' Ladies' Swimming X , A Q11-at mlval ot' L'l11l11lSlilSll1 for Swiinming' has but-n shown this yvar. 'l'hrt-t- lntvr-yvar Mwts for thv AiC'Kt'llZl0 Crip have bt-on ht-lil and Yvar '36 has ht-t-n thv victor. .Xtlvam-t-fl, Illi0I'Il1l'4,llZllL' and Ifllvim-11tz11'y sluclvnts takt- part in thv moets, thus enabling a large number of studs-nts to taki- part. Tht- Manning' Cup Mu-t has not lm-n ht-ld. This is for atlvaiic-t-ml swimmt-rs only anil will bv a royal fight butwccn Your '3-L and Yi-ar '36. Thc Inter-Varsity Mt-vt hclil at lC1,lI11Ul11Ol1 was a grvat slim-oss. Sas- liatcln-wan was victorious with a scorc of 41-17. Dorothy Preston lowcrwl tht- 100 yard fri-v stylt- mark by a scconcl. Phil Haslam was thc individual champion. Marj. Jonsson and Peg. Potttfr wt-rc the other two membt-rs of thc tram. Sonic t-xcclh-lit matt-rial will bt- available for next ycar and wc art- sure swimming will again take a large part in women sports. J 4, .-1ggfi3gii'i:ff I l I -. . rfilirk izblf--' .xv in-'A' Q7 , X, M ,.f'jj1T ir:w-, W,-Vygvff. - f - N 'V I1 X4 ll! 4 Q13 It at il u' 9-,.-.-.in i 53 . Ladies' Basketball ,-,,, J From Irfl to rigfhiz lxllilillll Ezirly llfli AIIll'f.fLl1'0f XVil1is, BIEIIXIISQCI' lIJl: Je:-nnie Thompson, Captanili lFl: AIu1'gz1i'Gl. Gzxrviv 11331 Eilevn Kvunedy 1IH: Mzngzire-L .-Xlexzimlex' 1-I.4'.l: I"lm':1 Fc-zltlioritune 1171: Iltisalliv Fuwie lIl1'.l: JE-:ln XVyliE- 1F12 KYQXYEII Cox tDl1 Miss C:11'tW1'ight. Cmavli. Xviili El tczuu lialt'-04nuposi-il of now invn1lw1's, Xvil1'NllY tmmli sccuml plum- 1 in thc C-ity lC32'llL'. losing the c-lianipiunsliip to the lllulofcatcil l,UllllIll'1'l'lill liI'2ll'lS. lv11Ll01' thc c-apalilc Cll1'L'0il0l1 of Miss lt'a1'tw1'ig'l1t a inarlied iiiipmvc- me,-ut in the 1JlE1j'l11LE ability of the girls voulil be lioticcd with vac-li gmm-. Tlu- tvam dis alan-ml a vi-iw' fiuv s mirit ut' s l01'lNlIli111Slll m in losing and iii-vt-1' . . l 01100 quit fl'Yll12'. This spit-it should C'H1'1'j' them wt-ll alimg' towau-ils an l,'l12lIllIllOl1SlllD IIUXT year. ..L, .3 J Ill Ill y -X ,, '- f "7TT"f1'fifiZf?' , ' I-32lilfi:?"Lf s 2 " Q" -.X . IQIHII A 1 , ' '-Hr-,..f' -A "Nils , t - . "l'll.lQFl - - I f W! '. 4 ' ' .I J Q59 I " 1 , J! ,, ' 3 Af - M Nl it-.v Il Di L Ladies' Hockey Edith Lewis, Iiust- Mushinslii fAILlllflg81'5, llOI1l'i'tSl Hoodie-lluw. Kzithlevh XVhitv. Edith fhmlmi, Dm'e+2ii Ctmlqe, Edith Vsmtlvrlviiigh, Duruthy Prestoii, Tillie Groplwr, Vera Puxiey, :intl Fouvh Herb. Ast. Thv lzltlit-s' lmvkcy tt-:im is 1'-tniiplt-tilig' at busy ziiitl Sllt't't'SSflll st-aistm. t'tl2ll,'l1l't1 by Ilvrh. Ast. tht-5' liuw not lust il gzinit- at tht' timt- ot' writing: Edith Iwwis, zi ut-w i'cv1'uit, has provt-tl at wizaul in thc ut-ts. Bzicktftl by aiu air-tight 410fl'l1CP, not ai goal has I'll't'I1 soured 011 tht- tt-am so far this st-ustm. Ruth ftJ1'Wil1'd hm-s lmw slmwf-tl growl coriibiiiutimi piety and il kll0WlL'dQ't' ut' tho new fUI'W2ll'4l pass rulvs, Tlic tt-am has not il1Cll1'1'Cd ll single pviizilty :is yct. Thvy :irc 1-milpetilig' in il lczigue with tht- Nmiiiai Svliuol, Nlltklllil Vol- lcgizitu, and Tcvliiiival St-html fm' possvssimi ot' tho prize-d Ithitoii trophy. Thu-ii' cliaiivt-s art- Q'C11t'1'2tHj' t'tll1SidL'1'0d tu bt- of tht- best. A , A,-,Ag 'fE5- ' 3 My te L 1 1 - A' Q-TL: L Q46 A A it at -A t Ladies' Track K J Miss Cztrtwrigrlit. E. Lewis, M. KYhccl0t'k, D. lVlllTlI9l'f0l'Ll, P. liLiSl2iITl. Ladics' T1'ack has cnjoycd a inorc favorable st-ason this ycar than in thc past two or thrcc ycars. To try and stiinulatc an intcrcst in this sport wc inauguratcd a compulsory T1'ack Mcct for all Frcshcttcs and through it have found sonic Yaluablc matcrial for nt-xt fall. Thc Intcrcollcgiatc Blcct was hcld in Uctobcr last at thc l'1iivc1'sit5' of Albcrta and although wc did not bring' homo thc Rutlicrford trophy. we put up a good fight for it. Wt- arc hoping' that ncxt ycar wc will bc ablc to bring' it back from Manitoba. Plans arc undcr way to hold a Provincial Track Mcct in thc spring in which thc diffcrcnt Collcgiatcs of thc Province' will takc part. If this is Successful, it will stimulate intcrcst in XVomen Track not only at thc L'niycrsity but throughout the Province and that is what is necdcd. J I I L'--TMP ' llttfy I I -. ,T7 QL ilii----1 'T ,if " -""' -'X gun 'N 'N I, '41 1 2 f 1 I I 4 1 l - 1 l 1 ' -.L "' ' ' QQQ A it m-.1-.-.X .-..Ql.ix..v-.aw 1 A Q19 Inter-Year Girls' Basketball XM, W, The l11lL'1'-YUHI' league got Ulltlvl' way early ill November. From tho first interest P2111 high and it was CVlflL'l1l that eo111petitio11 would be keen llll'OuLl'l1HUt the schedule. The team l.1'0ll1 Year '34 and Physical Education defeated Year ill a11 1-xeiti11gly 1-lose Qanw. Year '36 and Househohl S0it'l1C'l1 battled uohly for sec-o111l and third plaee. E11tl111sias111 for inter- year basketball has il1Cl'CHSQkl greatly si11r-e last year and C'OIl1l'DOlillO11 should be keener than ever ill the league uext year. ' Persolluel of the NYlNl101'S-hvG21l' '34 and Physical Education: Coach, Miss Cartwriglitg Judy Bllllilltl' QFD: Kay May CFJQ Pat Hurst CFJ5 Peg Potter CDU: Dot Rutherford. Manager QR.C'.Jg Helen Brown CJ.C.jg Phil Haslam QDJQ Betty Brigham CDJ. Q'-G N W f V1 YAG 41 1 ,K x fx'-N X 1521 7 ,pff vfM? fP D 55 My Q IXXB ly. --4 X ag ,fin -V' ,, f. xv lzwwwh if :. I I' .. W SQCIETIES J ,.-f"' 'Y --, ,fe fee: "M -'T' ' '- 1"-X.. e o at I i We Q-a Shuttleworth Mathematical Society X 1l1llIIll'4lI'vlf l'1'f.wz'f14 nf IHZAN LING l'iv.wz'flf'i1l - - JEAN S'I'EXYAR'l' ivI.l'l-PI'J.YI.fif'llf - NV. E. Bxwwx Nwrf111171-7'1w1.v11i'1r JEAN IAIGHMAN l.'fwm'1I1'i1g Sl'f'l'f'fIll"!l J. S. XYIGDER Fm-uliyf ,lflziwir MR. Dia IAVRY Thv Sl111tthlwu1'tl1 Blzltllvimllic-nl Siwicty, 0l'g'i1lliZl'1i in ilttllljlll' of M11 Huy Slilitth-win-Ili in thi' yi-:ir 1916, has again L'l1j0j'L'ii a fziirly succossfui j'l'2ll'. This yi-zu' it was fiom-ideal not to follow any 1'Jill'fiCl1i21l' subject for thi- si-rims of papa-rs Q'iV4'1l hy thi- IIll'llliJl'l'S hut to vhooso Topics of interest fremi YE11'itlllS tim-his. Salma wry illtcri-stillg plmihivnls that 2ll'0SL' during thv YUZII' wow solvcml itllli ilismlssm-ei. The Allllllili I321llllH0i hc-lil in 02111111- bn-ll's Palm Ronin was an outstamlillg' suvcess. 'S K V ' NV Q. -"1 I 71" La --7' 'I -l J ---' ' V 44 " "" 'l1i i l Q . i b le.e. Newman Club A Tun 1fOIY'I T, McBenne-tt. Cliziirniuii 'ff S-or.-iail KVl11f11fHllIt't'l l"l'1lll1'vS llu1'e"1ll. l'l1:1ii'm:iii of House- Cwnlniitteei Rose Mushiiiski. Seviw-tzi1'y: .Iwliii Missle'-1', Tim-:is111'e1'. Lozrrr Ifflllf The Ylevereml YV. R, Markle, S.T.IH.. BIllllF'1'2lU11'l I'mi'ml1y Vmigiv, XYlL'i"171'Q5lflf'llf1 Philip Sti'iukl:iii1l. I'1'1-siilviit. Silica- the l'Sl2ll3llSlllllk'lll ui' tliia Nuwniziii lflulm liclx- iii 1927 by tliv Rewim-ml NY. B. Markle. S.'l'.ll,. Vaitlmlim- stuflviits liaw imiiiil iii this orgaiiizatiuii au L-ffm-otiw and lizippy iiiwliuni fm' spiritiuil, iutcllvctuzil. ziml soc-ial zic-tivitivs. Sliariiig' iii flu- cm-lelwiwitiuii of thu Mass iii tlic cluli c-liapel, tliv wul-lily mjlisciissimis of vital issui-N fullmviiig' tlic rcgulzii' Suiimluy lwealcfasls, llic- ziflvziiitzigvs of tlic lll5I'21l'X mul 4-luli 1-ouiiis, tliv li1'illg'vs, Ll2ll1C'l'S. and iiiforiiuil soc-iul gutliwiiigs.-tlivsu arc smm- of tlic 11-usuiis wliy tho lHGIHlJt'1'S this yi-ui: as otlicrs have mlouc in pimwioiis yuais. wil- tliv Newman Club ai distiiic-tiw, Slglllflfiilll clviiieiit uf f-zimpus life. .XS Q S. WMI! 'ff ll' iigfif H- W:43i,L,,, ll , 1 "1 ' . 1 1 T Q. - 1 1 u ' 'hz I J 'J " -' - I 1 In " A lui G 31.294 xx- nf ni Q91 ixnvilli Russian Club 1 ,,,,, , 1 l r J J. l'os111ikoff, Sl-'k'.-TI'+?ilS.1 M. Plzinidin. Committee: A Tzogoeff, President: M1111 Egn11ioff, Co111111itte9: J. Pzlpow-, XvlCG-l.'l'E'SiLl9l1I. liiuring Tho last t1-rm thc Russian Club l1as 111-og1'Qss1-il along lines elvvclopval the 1111-vio11s yi-ar. -X large lllCl'l'2lSl? in IHOIl1lJt'l'SllllJ ilulicatcs tln- stoaily Q'1'0Wil1 of tln- Club. Tho Illillll imrposi- of tho organization is to fostvr such social and ll1il'll1'l'ill2ll zmtivitim-s as will bring the H1GlHlJQl' into closvr 11111lo1'sta111li11g' with the 1-ost of ilu' l'11iv1-1'sity and with one a11otl1Qr. Tho outstaniling fa-atures ol the bi-woelily n1ee1ii1g's are discussions on topics of f'll1'1'0l1i i11t1-rvst. and debates cl1-livi-ra-d in Russian to afford an UIJIi0l'illlllij' for Sblf-t,'XIll'L'SSl0ll in the Russian language. Mr. Tzog'oeif's ii1t111'11sti11g levturvs o11 1111- lifc and works of tlic Flassical Russian pools XVUI1' mu1'l1 Glljtljllll. A Russian School 1-o11d11ct1-1l by Mr. Tzogrm-ff is an outgrowth of thi,- Vlub ill which stmloiits of H011-lillSSli1I1 origin have shown an iinervst. N-hir, . 1 .1 vi, Physical Society Top lfmfz H. XYl'L'HS11liii, I-S, Humhii:ni1. A. Nir-ui. XY. l'iiShf'I', XY. Simpli- Nfv-nnrl lf0l"f Il. tflzlrk, Il. AIAIIIPII, K. !l:L1'11:1i'1l, 41 Thivsse-11. 11. H+-1i1'x'. J. Huck, I.. Mumiie, K. Aiidf-1'smi. Tlfirrl Hair: P1'1'1f. U. A, Blzu.-kzly. Prof. T. Alty. H. Pmiley 4l'1'-'-sich-iitb. Prof. E. L. Haxlwiligtim. Ilmzm-41171 1,I'1S1.fIl nf IDR. IC. I.. lI.XRRIN4i'l'UN I'1'f.w1'fIrnf - - H. II. Pi:N1.i:x' I'z'w'-I'w.w1'rIf11l - J. H. l.3l'1'li Nfcrf1'111'ff-7'1'u1.w111'u' ---- NV. J. S'I'.XI'I,IfI fiIlHlH1I.f'Ill'I' - E. A. .XXDERSUN, 41. IILINRY, U. -loiixsux Thi- Physioul Sm-icty uudvi' thu gllidulim- of thi: ahuvi- vxvr-iltivc linu- 1-iijuycml illlflfilvl' suf'Qussful yn-air. As in f01'H1L'1' yczirs thi- 4-luh usually met l'X'L'I'Y sucmiul Tliui-sday vu-i1ii1g'. Papers wars l51'CSt'l1TL'ti hy umst uf thf- H111ii01'Q1'ii1.ilI2lfL' siuph-111s in pliysicfs as wi-ll as hy thv Ill'OfL'SSHl'S and g'1'a4.h1- aitcs. Thesu ch-alt with ai Vil1'il'fj' of iiiturestiiig' topics and wsu-211-011 imt serving' of 1'ei'1'L-sliliwilts. Th club mm-T mic GVCl1i1lg' at thc homo uf Dr. and Mrs. IC. Ii. IIz11'1Ai11g't011. Iluriug' the first part of thi- cveiiiiig Dr. T. Alty gzivc ai wry ilitcrcstilig IRIIJCI' on the modcru theory of iluvhem' structure. Thvu follmvwl zi Tasty luuvh after which garnos and music we-ru QIIIOVQKI. 7 , 1 touc-hcd on in the iL'f'f111'k'-l'0UI1l. Thu on-11i11g's www r-oiivliuh-d with thu .. fs WWF vw 22- -W -1 1 I I V i11YliwilfQilii:: B - 5 'KIT 111 l ,fffffi 1 1 f X ixfjs 1 1 ' Q -1 QQ A -sus. - ix - A V 1 1 'Q Chemical Society N ,Y,,VV WY 747-77 V l'iXI-I1'l"l'IYI-I 1933-3-I .srfzinliyiyfi K. lilllllliI1LL', I. f'11sl1i11g:, A. H, I'!1'uw11, .I. Mr11'1'isu11, XV. S. li9I'lN3'l'l. Nrrilwli Ii. Alla-11, Vim-1--l'1'1-siih,-111: IPV. 'l'. Tl1111'x':1l1'1s1111, I-lrj1111i1'111'y 1,l'PSillF'llii V. .I. Miprhtum. I'1'1-siilv-mi l'. A, l'11x!1-xg S+--1-1-1-1:11'y-'l'1-1-11s111'e-1: .Xliluriigh this may lu- flu- first limi- lhzil tlu- l'lll,'lIllC2ll Soc-i1-'fy has lu-1-11 1'1-111-1-sz-1111-ml in ilu- lil't'X'SiUll4', it is hy llll 1111-2111s 1-itlu-1' il small 01' El Ill-W 4Il'Q'illliZ2lll4lll, Tlu- lll1'lUlN'1'Nllllb is 1lSlI2lllj' lu-tws-1-11 l'Hl'lj' mul fifty. 111111 llurlluh 1-hii-fly 1'HI1lllllSl'1l of vlu-mists, amy mu- illi1'l'4?Sl0tl is i11vi11-d to join. lil'Q,'lll2ll' Hiilllllllj' lIlt'l'illlg'S ill'K' lu-hl 111 whim-h lllll'l'l'SllllQ,' di-ve-l11p1111-111s 111 "llL'llllSll'j' 2ll'L'4liSl'llSSt'1l. ihllmwfl hy 21 short SlN'l2ll 111-1'i1ul. Tlu- loc-all sm-in-ly is 11ll'ili:1t1-ml with ilu- liilllililiilll lilll'll1l1'2ll ,XSSU1'i21llUll. il llillllbllill Ul'22llliZ2l- Iiuli ol' vlu-111isIs. , Thi-1-v 51-111-s ago ilu- sm-ii-ty 111-1-s1-1111-1l its first 11111111111 'iC'lll'lIl. slu1w," Zllltl Ihis has h1-1-u11u- mu- ul' tlu- most 1uip11lz11' liK'2iTlll'PS 1111 flu- 1-z1111p11s. This yu-111-'s slum' was 11l'l'1-1-1-11 twim-1-, mul sfmu- 1-ight l1111uh'1-11 ill all 0111111- to View Il sph-1uli1l mln-111u11s11'a1ti1111 ul' tlu- 11u11'e syu-1-1211-11la1' side of c-lu-111ist1'y. Per- Stlllilllj' f'Ullllllf'lUl,l tours of ilu- lllliltlillg, 2111 i111u1vz1tio11 this yi-ar, Ill'0V0ll- 4-slu-1-iully i1111-1'1-sTi11gr to thosi- 2lill'll1lll1Q'. ,, I 1 N1 1 -1 - Penfe Koi Deko A,, 1111 ,X111'11 H111. 11111 1111' 1h11'11'l'11 111115' S111111-111s 111' 1111' 1v111Yl'l'S11j' 14111'1111'11 1111- I'1-1111- K111 111-1111 1-11111 111 l'1'111'1'N11ll1 1111- 11111111-11 11s 11 111111 1111111112 1111- 1-11111-Q1-s :11111 4111-11-111-Q 111. 1111' 1'111x'1-1-sifv, S1111-v 11l'.'l1 1-111-11 y1-111' 1111s Sl'l'1l 1111 1111-1'1-z1s1- 111 1111-111111-1's11111. 111111 1111 l'X1l'11N11l11 111' 111-11V11i1-s. Tl11- 1w1-1115'-1111111 y1-111' 111-Q1111 1111 1-1-g'is11'11111111 11115' 11-11l'11 1-111-11 1.1'1'511l'11l' was W1-11-11n11-1,1 111111 g'11'1-11 21 "Big S1S1l'1'.m This 1111-1'1111s1-11 11111-1'1-st 111 11111111- 111111. 1-V1111211111-11 also 113' 1111- "N1-11' 1111'1s' P1-11 3I1'l'11112... was 1-1111111s111s111-111ly 1-1-1-111v1-11 111111 11 is 1111111-11 11 will 111- 1'1111111111l'1,1 111 1111- fu1111'19. T111- 1'1-1-1-11111111 111-111 115' 1111- 1'11l'l111'l' 1111-111111-1-s 1111- 1111- 11011, girls 211111 1111151 111911112115 111' 1111- F2lf'l111Y. 111111 1111- 11111111111 l'1-1111- K111 111-1411 1111111-1- 1111111-1' 1111- 1111'1- L111'l'C111111 111' 1111111 Sl1111'1'111-11. 1V1'1'1' 1111- 11111j111- s111-1111 1'u111-111111s s111111- S11l'l'1,1 115' 1119 1-11111. T111- 111-g11111z11111111 111' 1111- s1111- 111 .Xl'1111S111'1J 1911111111-s 1111 1111' 1-111111111s was 1111111-1'111k1-11 115' 11111 l'IX1-1-1111x'1- 111111 1111-1 w1111 1111- w111111- 111-11111-11 su1111111'1 111. 1111- 11111111-111s. - NVQ wish 111 1-x111'1-ss 11111' 91I1f'1'1'1' 11111111-1-111111111 111' 11111s1- who 1111v1- 111-1111-11 111 I'l1l11fL' 1111- 111-111'i1i1-s 111' 11111 Q111-11-15 11 g11f'f'X'QN. I J T255 1, If A lll n . lll '- 4 ' ggw fa.. - 1 ' -'f ifi llurl - . - . .z - '- --Q -i Q, 5. -- in di a tl ai...-5-.X-. - .-... -kwa-zu li Gig r Ore Gcngue llUllUl'lll"lf l'1'mz'fl:.nf - - - IDR. -l. li. h1.XXYllSI.l'1Y IIIIHUIVII'-Il lYl.4'f"'1Jl'fNllflfllf P1101-'. F. ll. Em11'Nus l'l'lNiI1ltHIL - - - STAN. AllXl.0l'F Vim-I'r't'.v1'1lml - Lns. ti'Ro'1'Ic.xI' Nwr'1'f1r1'y1-7'1-wsuru' - - Joux A. Tnomsox IC,rvf'1at'z'i'1' ---- R. li. li.XRNl4Z'l"l', R. B. ALLEN tm January IH, 1934, at tht- SllLl'g'L'SllUll ot' Dr. J. B. Mawdslvy, tht.- tit-ologic-al studt-nts gatlu-ri-d togctln-r and t'ornu'd tht- first organization of its kind in this l'nivt-rsity.--a tlvolog-y oluh. This cluh has ht-on nann-d, "Ura llilllglllku tho sigiiitivaiicv ot' which namc is possibly mort' apparcnt to g't'olog'y Sllll.lt'llfS than to Ulll0l'S. Thi- f-luh is attiliatvd with tha- Vanadian Instituto ot Mining' and Met- alluruy at Monfrval. 'Flirougliout tht- year. some ot' tho soniors gavv vt-ry intcra-sting talks on mining' and loc-al gvology. A spa-vial visitor, Mr. Mc-Kvown from South .Xt'ric'a. and a t'orms-r SilSliZll1fllCW2lll studt-nt, lJl'USL'llTt'tl sonic intvrosting' l'a4'ts t'Hll1't,'l'1llllQ' that vountry to us from a gt-olog'ist's viowpoint. Dr. Klawdsloy and Prof. ltldmuntls C0llll'llllllUCl talks on mint-s and oil workings. French Club llnimmryf l'1'1f.wz'dv11I - - - DR. Bl.XRti.XRIC'1' tfxuicaox l'1-fsifit at - - - FERN Mom VZAVI-I,I'1'SI.d4'llf - - ALI-'RED l'.xRR Nf'1'l't'fIll'jf-TI'I'USIll'I'I' - - AXVDICICY tlA1.1...xw.xY l'rogran11mi fiUH1HIifff'I' Bliley Rolslxsox, A1,l..xx RI'Mn14:1,ow 1n,Ifl'l'.YllHl4'llliN - - - - -Ioyvlfz FR.xNK1,1Nu Thu yt-ar 1933-34 is tht- third ycar thu Frm-lu-li t"luh has l!L'L'll in opcr- ation. For tht- yn-ar 1931532 thc honorary lDl'ttSlLlt'1ll was llr. Vamt-ron and tht- Ill'0Nlll0I1T Margarct Stmu-. Last yt-ar Mr. David was tht- honorary pre-sidt-nt and Alfrcd Parr the p1'esit,lv11t. Tho club nu-tits onvc a month at the homo of om' ot' thc me-mht-rs hy invitation. Its aim is to provide an opportunity to hoar and speak familiar Frvnf-h. Tho mingling of profvssors and students, together with social 1-onvm-rsation fostcr this aim in an onjoyahlc way. ' A uniquv fvature of thc programmcs is tht-ir informal c-harac-tor. Thr-y usually consist of such itcms as gamcs, group singing, vocal and piano solos, talks on F11-lic-li topics, rvading' of original F1'01H'll compositions, and refrcshmonts. Two intl-rt-stilig variations in these monthly programmes art- tho annual club party during' the- year and a hanquvt at the close of tho svason. Tho leading- projt-vt plamu-d by tht- Fwiic-li t'luh this yt-ar is tho puhlif-ation of a Frunc-h hroadslieut, consisting of original contributions hy mmnhors of the club. ' H 4fge4ffff LLiZZrffe.-, ,fm-1.II i ' H"-aefetffiiif i 'fi 5 qw'- Ill, if T ,Ill if ft Q 1 C i i l I t 5 Student Christian Movement . Q.,-' 1 1- 't f .. , , . 1 , , 71ffv:,,4 ' ' , x' ... ' A Q C' ' : 1 43? at " 1 A H.. - J- V .f ,IZ lk . 5 N l 'S' J.D.F. BEAYTIE E.A.ANDER50N J.l.RUBINSON M, SEMPLE '55 X -runnin- num:-n vnu: -ran, lEllETAKY - , ' --... -... . 3. 7 'Q , Qfggg Qi' 'i ' 2 l -' 1 - 'ii' ' -5 1 T 3 V 4 -3 dxf! ,A A , Ni N , 3 '51 V22 f 5' - l YI- ff y, ' 9 V in i l . i 5 f i u..s.ANosxsou s.a. cuiu.s a.srewARr F. ctmx J.A. mnigv li . , ' c T' ii Q 'Z f. '. , Q. ,sn . lv w I l if , , I 4 ll H, jSi3t.5AxER l H.G.H't0NHELL 5. srewmzr .i.Hsr1anow-snnu i-ic. sMrrH va c. HEWITT A Ve-5E Thc SilSliilil'llUXVZ11l uuit of tht- S.t'.M. is a part nt' thi- natimial iiiuw- nu-ut. which in l1l1'l1, is liiikt-tl with tht- XVm'ltl l"t-tlulatimi nt' t'hi'istiau Stutlt-nts. This vmiiiuc-tioii makes it lmssihlu for us to haw visitm-s at our l'1iive1'sity, wlium wc would otlim-rwisc not be ahh- to haw. This yt-al' Vlvtt haw hem llftlfllllilll' to haw with us Miss l'UllSl2lllf'L' Cliappt-ll. ot' thc Wmiu-u's lllll'lSl'l2lIl ffollt-go, Tokyu. -layman. Zlllll ltr. T. Z. Kun. nt' l'llll12l. l11ll'l'11illl0ll21llf' lmmvu for his wurk iu thu Lt-aguv ot' Nations. Campus at-tivitivs of thv yt-ai' haw coiisistt-fl ut' puhlii- tlist-ussiou fniums capahly lwl hy Dr. R. A. Wilson autl D11 H. E. M. Slu-lhurg, a wvvkly study Q'l'Hllll umlvi' thc lt-ails-1'sliip of Dr. S. lflastcitit-lnl, stutlt-ut sci'- vic-vs in lV.'0llVUC2lil0l1 Hall at ilitt-rvals tluriiig tht- year and sing-songs t'llll1lllf'iQ1l by I,l'tll"i'SSU1' Arthur l'nlli11gwood. Thi- most outstaiuling Q.-wilt of thc year was thv annual scrvic-vs of lVll11'lSTlIl2lS c-arols in Rugby Vlialwl on the H'l:lt'l'H0ifill aucl evening of IM-c-viiilaci' 11. Dr. VV. C. Murray again gave thc address at thu first scrvim- nt' the term, wt-lc'omiug tht- uvw stutluuts. The host wishes of the S.f'.M. go with its lllUll1lll'l'S who art- gracluatiug. l 0 li? ks-fu up AiXLT l A I I C.O.T.C. , A I?Cr1rIi11yf frunr 11111 lu 1'iy1l11'g1-'1'1111l Ifnw: 1111-111. .1. l'. R. 111'11w11, 11111312.1111 .1. B. Iluther- 1111-11, A1'lA1U1' .1. 11. 'l'l11111111s1111. 13111111141 A li. l'11tts, 111111111111 K. M. 13191151111 0111111111 1-I. .1. 1.711l'll1ll. S1-1'g1. Bllljlil' Instr. .I. C1'11w1'111'11. N1-1-111111 1111111 1.11-111. .l. M, Alil1m:111. l1Hl11lb. S1-121. R1z1j111' li. L. B11l1t'1'S, 2 l.ie1111, E, B XYy111-. I L1l'l11. U. A. 11111111-1', 112111111111 XV, IZ, R1111l1s, 1.1i1J11t. XY. 12 111111111, 1,11-111 ll, XY11li:1111s1111. 1 L11-111. H. XVi1l111ms1111, 111-g11111-111:11 12112-R12lSlt'l' S1-l'L1I. 11, 1'L11'f't'11, Tllirrl Huff'-: V1111111. 42112 M:1st1-1' Smut. L, F. Kwyl, Z 1111-111. R. 13, A111-11, Lieul. 11. A. 1111111, 2'1.i1--111. .1. l1'111l1'l'lt'1S1i1, f'141E'll1 V. .I 1':l'liXX'1l, 311,11-111. 11, li. Il:1111ii11, 119151. Se-1111. A1Iljl1l' A. lf. XX':1Is11. V1111111. 1,jt1'.AM11s11-1' Se-rgt. XV. H. 1':2ll'1. T111- 1'111y1-1's11y 111' S2lS1ii11t'11L'XVil11 1'11111111ge111 111' 1111- P1111111111111 O1:f1l'1'1'S' T1'2111l1l1Q' 1'111'11s 1111s f'11111l11Kl11'11 11s 1'11111'11e1-11111 11111111111 S1-1151111 111' 11'11111111g. 11 was 111'g'11111z1-11 111 19211 11y il 11111-11e11s 111 1'1-1111-111-11 1111-11. T111- 111'1-S0111 mem- 111-1's11111 1s 152 011111-1s 111111 26 111111-1-1's. 111 11s 1-111'1y 111s1111'y, 1111- 111111 11113.11- f11-11 1-11111-ts 101' "A" 111111 "H" l1'1-111111-1111-s 1111111 D111'111Qf 1119 11'11111111g' Sl'2lS111l j11s1 1111ss1-11, 1-x11n111111111111s w1-1'1- 111111-11 111 1111- 1'111111w111g 11111111-111-s: 1111'2l1111'f', A111111-1-y, El1Q1l1GL'1'S H1111 B191,11l'il1. "A" C1-1'11f11-1111- 1-1111111111111-s 1111111111-1-1-11 ISS. 111111 19 1111-11 11'1-1'1- 1-X111111111-11 1111- 1111- P1-1'11fi01111-. 1111 July 1933. 1111- 1",1J.T.1', was 1'e111'1-S1-1111-11 111 112111111 1111111111111 by 35 111' 1111 1'ill11iS. 0111- 1-11111-1 11111-11111-11 11111 91111111 Arms S1-1111111 111111 f0111' w1-1'1- 111 1111- S1Ql1i11S S1-1111111 111 111111111 13111-111-11. F11111' 01' 1111- offic-1-rs Z1l'l' 111 1111-S1-111 1111111111 1111- 111111111 S11111' 1-11111's1-. T119 11111111 was O1'Q'il111ZL'11 111 19251 111111 1'-111111111-11-11 1111- 111111111151 s1-115011 W1111 il s11'1-1111111 of 35 I1lC1111JL'1'S. 11 11218 11111-11 il 111-1-11 for 11111511-111 1-1111-1'111111- 1111-111 111 1'111v1-1's11y sports 111111 s111111-111 1111-1-tiugs. T111- 11111111 gave 21 very 6111- 1-11111-1-1-1 1111l1L'1' 1111- 1111-6-1-111111 111 P1-1111-ss11r A. 1"111l111g'11'11011. C11-1111 for Ill . Wifi 72. 1 22 Q: flfst.. . 1,1 ' 1- . 'Tif f ' 5 1,1 J 1 Y 1 L 15 1142121 - 111 ' 1151? ' ' ' 'J lg ' A if ' 11ss1s11111111- is 111111 111 I32111111111lStl'1' 31111111 111111 311: K11111111111111, 11111 s111111-111 1l'E1L1L'1'. Xxvhill' 11111 11111'l111s11 111' 11111 1,',11.T.1'. 1s 111 llllilliff' 1-11111-1s 1.1ll' 1-111111111ss11111s. 11 1111s 111111111 its 111'1.1s11111-11 jus1111111l 1111 11111 1'111111111s 111 lllilllj' 11111111' ways. T111- 11111111 111111 1110 1211.10 Club 111-11 11111 U1l1N1ill1C11llg! 11111111'111111i1111s. F11111' I1l1'lIl1ll'l'S 11f 11111 F1111 1111111 111111111 1111111111iss11111s 111 1111111 11111 l1l'l'Il12ll1t'll1 211141 Il1lll-I11'l'- 111111111111 Ill1ll1lil 1'111'1-11s 111' 1111- IJ1111111111111. lt is highly C11'Sll'il111L' 111111, 11' L'1111a1l11 is 111 11111111111111 El 111-11111011 1'111-1-11. 1111w1-V111 s1111111. 11 s111111l1.l 1-1111111111 il Qood p1'1111111'111111 111' of1'111111's W1111 1'1111'111's11y 1-1111011111111 T1111 1'1111'111's11y of SilS1i?l1C11L'XVi11l l'1111 111' 11111 1.'.11.T.1.', was l1i11'111'11121l'l3v 1l11l1O1't1L113j' 11111 111'011111111111 111' I,11111t. 1'11l, A. li. P1111s111 1'11l1111111 111 111.1111111111111 111 11111 21st Illfklllllj' B1'1g'111.111. 1"1111111111 P1111s 11115 111111 l'1lIllIllilll11 111' 11111 111111 s1111111 11s 1111111111111 111 11111 1'1111'111'si1y 111' S11s111111'1111w1111. 111111 its su1-1111ss 111111 1111 H11l'l11ll1l'L1 111 111s 1111111-ts. ju11g11111111 111111 111111 w1111-11 111'11 111111-11 11111111-1-11111111 by all who 1111111 s111'1'111il 311111 ilI'L' s111'1'111g lllll1l'1' 111n1. T1111 1'111l11w111g is 11111 s111111 111' 111111-111's 111111 AVN1'l'il1l1-01:fll'1'l'S 1'111' 1933-151314: HEAI 11Q1'Al1T1'Il1S 1'1111111111 A. li. P1111s. 1111110111 1'11111111111111111fg'. L111111.-1.'11l. li. H. 1111Vl'1'. H1111. 1l1lilll1il1ll. 1111j111' J. H. T111111111s1111. B1'lg'El1.1l' M11j111' 21st 1111'. H1111. 11111111-111-1.11. I1111111.-Col. F. li. W1111111111. I11s11'111-101' 111 A1'11l1111'y 1111111111111111. Bliljtll' R. A. S1111111-1111, Il1S1I'Uf'1UI' 111 li11g11111111'111g' 111t11111l1111l1. 1.1111111111 K. 11. B1111s1111. .-Adjlllilllf. 2,l1111111. M. 1'. N111'11ks11o11of1', 111111111111 1111111111: 11l1'll1.. Q11:-M11st111' J. P. R. B1'1111'11, R1-Q11111111111l S1-1-31. lliljljl' A. 1'. Walsh. RL'2'llllL'I11il1 Q11111'11-1'-M11s1e1' S111-Q1. H. P111-1-1-11. A1-1111g' B11111.111111s1111' M. A. li11'11111k11ff. "A" FUMPANY J. B. R111l1e1'f111'd, C1111111. C11111. XV. B. Banks, 21111 111 Com. 1116Ll1. J. M. 11111IHHI1. J. P. R. B1'ow11. R. NV1ll111111s1111 11111111111111l1 1'11111. 1.'11p1. 1.1eu1. I.i11u1. 1.111u1. H. A. H11111 1a1111111111111. 2 1.111111. 12. J. B1'111v11. 2 1.i11111. R. B. A111111 11111111111111l1. 1'1111111. 311121. Major H. 11. M111111'S. 1.'on1p. Q1l'.-313112 911121. XV. H. Earl. I11s1 l'l1C1Ol' .'x1ti'1C11f'11iSl'1'gt. Rliljfll' "B" VUMPANY Ci1111i1l11 J. 1,1l1'1l1ll, tliiflllb. 1'11111. L111111. XV. P. H1111111. 21111 111 C11111. 1.111u1. NV. ll. 311111111111 2 L111111. J. C11a1'11e1sk1. 21 ,111u1. E. B. 1Vy1111 111111111111-111 A. AVHl1i1'1'. H. W11l111111s1111 1ki1112l1'1l1'111 -, l1lL'll1. R. H. R1111li111. 2, L111111. E. A. BIo1'g'1111. f'11n111. 911121, Maj111' 11. l.. Fl'l'l'Z11Jj'. Comp. Qtr.-Ms11'. S111'g1. ll. F. Koyl. 2 119111. C. 1111'llT. ll 1 -7 -7 I11s11'. J. 1'1-11wf111'11. P.P.f'.lJ..l. .Lil f . ' - , ow lll y , ' w ' -4 4 is f 'f -if . ,-Q. Fil.-.Hill VV' 1 1F'N - jar - V l i A ' " au f- in fit Il! Q19 it an ui M15 1. -5 t ff kg-its lf ,A Qi Monsters' Society 11llHUI'IIl'llj I,l'l'NlifIl'llf - - IDR. ,XL'l'Y l'i'r.wz'rInzl - l.1-Jwls NYR14:Nsn,x1,1, iilifl'-l'l'l'Sl.I11HIL - MAR.1o1m: Sums Nll'I'f'l'lIl'-ll-7il'fll-VlIl'I'I' - - - ITAYID 1i.U'FARI.ANE IJ.:-u-zlfiiw C0lllHlI'ffl'l Nun, llI'ToHEoN, Rom-:R'1' t'.xM1'BELL Q UHMICIJ tivo yours ago for tho purpose of discharging functions Similar to nndorgrznluuto associations, the Mastors' Society has cur- l. riod on succossfully through that poriod. In considoration of tho hotrogonious structuro ot' tho group and tho oonsoquont difficulty in gotting u strong support for many uctivitios it has boon tho "' pruiti-2 ,t' 1 .' - impoitunt oomponont of group activity. c fl o tlu Socutx to adopt social functions as tho most Tho 1933-3-L organization mooting of tho Sooioty was hold in ,104 Col- logo Building on Novomhor lst, and was woll uttondod by studonts who had tukon thoir undorgrumluuto work in Arts, Scionco, Agriculturo, En- ginooring und lilduoation. Tho ahovo slato of officors was olootod and tho mooting thon turnod to u discussion of tho gonorul nuturo of tho uctivitios for tho onsuing your. A1'rung-oinonts for u lmridgo party und danco woro loft in tho hands ol' tho Flxooutivo and this ovont was succossfully hold on tho last duy of Novomlvor, in 1'onVooution llall. Tho sooond function of tho your took the form ot' u thoatro party and mlunoo. Early in tho ovoning sixty mombors and thoir frionds witnossod u oomody production ut tho Vupitol Thoutre and thon roturnod to Con- vocation llall whore an onjoyahlo dunoo was hold. Ono of tho succossos of tho your was tho Mastors-Education dance in l'onvo4-ation Hull oarly in March. At the timo of writing it is rumourod thoro will ho a dinnor danoo lutor in tho term, This function has booomo a rogulur part of tho your's activitios. Tho School of Hraduato Studios is yourly growing in size and impor- tunoo. Tho Mastors' Sooioty has oarriod o11 a good work i11 uniting to somo dogroo thoso studonts who uro oundidatos for tho oovotod cap. It is hopod that in futuro yours tho Socioty will not o11ly unite graduato studonts in u social followship but that it will make an intollectual con- tribution toward l'niyorsity lifo. ,411 . :iff XX -ff -'J " ' 'iT1L"5fQ"JW 'WI I f-A- - .... .Ei2i.,61ifMEi 21 .I i i Q:-.Q ' A R 1 ix ' A 3-.T-1 SEQ 'J k if W " 1 ' f tz:r?fqg..,L.. .4e.3if.:vriv'rf1.f., rf-3:'Zt1fi3,'M-if QQ N . ... va f 'S TF t M 3 -1 'x H v V - in vm .V I ,Q , 'ylpv l f ' - 1- , . 1 : 4 'Q 34. '- .,. -.,S.-.- Y 3 ,Q ' f ... . N...-..T x M25 .1, . G is A E i f f " I 3 x A Q . if ,, ' o.r1uFAfu.ANE LAXIRENSHAI-L M. SYMES -. , SEL- TREAS. PRESIDENT VICE- PRES. '- ' M. .S 7 TE S SDCIETY 1 ' , V I , N. uurcnsou I , n.'cAMPssm. sxscunve V ' ,- 4--' 1,2-M ' sxscurws . Q A .,.. Q V 5. ' ' yi 2 vf ug W . , W A V, .5 ,. J , U . a w A j 3' U' 1 A I . . . 55 . ff1TQYliQl.EY-SMITH J.CLAYTON J.B.MARSHAhL W. Jones E VH.PURDY . J ' 551' rf -,N f V, " 4. if ' 'A S, x 5" ' ' gf. el f P cw. ? ,H , J , " 4 fi 4 l ...,fzf-- , V Y X ' l V- .Je ,Q . I , 1 2? .f A n.w.xensuAw ,E.ANDERSON q.s1swAnr ,I -AA f 0.QQHNSON,,'g , sung 'Q 1 ' i ' 1 " x In V Q: ' ' " "" I. . Y' 'fn , .4:f:- a n V. fa. . 41,49-" , W" if ' f 1 if if I , A 4 5. ,V y I, V L 'ev ' if ,-4 . V iz ' .., '9 if v . V I 1-Q . , "- 54.1 ' 3 ,E-'. v.ABgRc . s. Yauuc A.srAn.wucu Md3QilSQli2bf?g'E.V.M'CURDl 32 I., ,nz ,i b gf :ix ? I N , i . A . I J , K. -24 , ff-1 - . ' 1 A ' fig.: 1 4. V A npqqzfv - A' 24,1 'r . ' g..1...ifQ.i4s- eeuusv 'M.Px.ANsmN " .-L....,,1 S1 -V -- 'MPI T ee ,f . 2 -els , . W ,lf fl . - H g .. . J - .S 'IILEFT A 'T' s. - . 1 ' - L io. .im 'Nia t....Q, WQQ..-EIEQ: SlQ?l..i.."...i. .sig H istoricol Society lIrnm1'r11',vf President ---- MISS J. RIURRAY Prexiflenf - MR. KEN. BENsoN lv'l.l'f-IJI'1'NZ-filllf - 11188 RUTH SMITH Seercturlu-7'i'waszo'rr MR. .MCR PI'RvI-is .lluscmn Tea - MISS BETH S'rEw.xRT Va-mirliuizu Ccnzeem-V - - Miss JEAN Mseliixv l'fm1'nzittw - Miss P. SI'l.I.1v.xN, MR. P. H. JoRD.xN Pillfllllljf - . - PRoF. , SIMI'soN The Historical .Xssoeiation has had a very successful year. Among its activities was an interesting address and discussion o1I the Hudson 's Bay Route given by Prot'. Mcliwan. The reading ot' J. llrinkwaters play "Abraham Lincoln" was thoroughly enjoyed at the home of the Honorary Pl'0SlK,lK'I1l. The fifteenth anniversary of the signing of the Peace Treaty at Ver- sailles was chosen for the society 's annual public celebration of an histor- ieal event. This was staged as "International Night" which featured music representative of ditterent national groups, including a Chinese orchestra. An address on the League ot' Nations was given by Mr. A. S. Sibbald. li.t'. ' Hther events being arranged as this goes to press are a Scandinavian night, and the annual Museum Tea, when the l'niveI'sity Museum spon- sored by the Historical Association is open to the public. The Association 's Executive has been ably assisted in its work by Prof. Simpson who very willingly accepted the responsibilities of Dr. Morton who is absent i1I England on research work. Alpho-Omego Society llrnmruryf l'resir1rnt - - - PRoIf. SIMVSUN l'r1s1frIwnf - J. t.,'H.xRNic'1'sRI lv'lil'4'-Pl't'S'idl"lIf A. tt. TRo.IIxN Secretary . WM. WINNI'I'ov Trm.wurwr '----- li. TOMASCHUK The chief aim ot' the Society is to develop and promulgate Ivkl'ill1llill1 culture with the object of incorporating its virtues into our Canadian life, and to this end it has enjoyed four years of successful activity. The season 's activities opened with a very successful dance. Next followed a programme addressed by Prof. Simpson who spoke on the "l'krainian Scientific Society of Berlin." Also at the same meeting lllr. Burianek spoke on "Hur l,l0HtI'llJlltlO1lS to Canadian Life and Our Duties as Vanadian Citizens." III a later meeting Prof. Swanson delivered an interesting address on "Economic Drift. and Reliabilitationf' During the course ot' the year items included educational discussions ot' literary and current significance. In March a concert was held in the Convocation Hall, in honour of "Taras Sll0VC'll61lk0.U This concert was favored by the addresses of Mr. J. VV. Stechisin and Mr. F. T. Hauryluk. The final increment to a highly successful year was a social "get-together." ' Q43 A I ai- Q N 6-Q f 4J Q A77-gr V wixtxnrlvxx W -. NWT? QQ Y I 1 231,73 , .-- -'- .- NJ 7.1. .. 1- w A' " " Rf' f" f 1 X 'W ' ' ' YH ' 1-9 A - - 'K lm' L iii ' I Y If-X CDU- 7 91 Af LVM! 'Ll K x 7?f2,ljE W LQ df ffl? 'WV v I 1: X J , 1 A Qfv gl f fi -I HW A W' f . X, A " ARTS AND SCIENCE -.wgk Lfoiff-XXL., I I sifiifll' Ill - ' - i t 751 15 7 JJ: 'F' ' fax 1 . . , 1- - I, 1 - ' in 11 3-W JQQ 1 '- 1 f'F.IP'l Gio 1 lx ... .Q s. . oio Foreword lil-:AN l,1N1z O D RUBAISIA' l'VK'1'f' g'1'z11l11z1ti11g' stumlt-ut asks wl11-thci' thv 1-vsults fl j l st-c-iiiwl t'1-11111 1-ollvgii wm-li will ciialilm- him to ovwtailie thoso who '15 hit eolh 1 1s11l to Oo mlmctlx to th11i lilt mil Xlt 1 it ' 1 3 -' ' Kgs zu' 11 ,' K' wm 'i. X'1-1t1-vel' Cilll ho tl-w now. For thv IIll'llllJL'l'S ut' lhv lflziss ot' 193-L kimw that Q- p i11 otlivi' activitivs tluriiig- th1- past tout' yt-airs thvy would liavu l.ilf'l'll 2'l'ilYl' tlifficfullivs. Tlivy may tlieu-t'o1'v lvcl that with a niiliimum loss tht-5' liziw soc-1i1'c1l thcii' ucz11l1-111i1,- trzxiiiiiig with its 111-1-st-11t and piwspt-crtivv livin-fits. Thc Q't'l1t'1'21l puhliv 1-tnic-utlus tht- 1-xistviim-c 111' suvh ilLlV2ll1Ti1g't'S but pi-ulmlily forms illl l1lilt'l'lll'2ll0 opiiiimi as to thvii' Cl1il1'2ll'i01'. Rofloctive 111-1114-11-iz11'i1-s niziy 1110111 justly 1-stiuizitc lllL'lll llll'0llg1'l1 tho yours, and maiy mul slioulnl zissist thc public iii vit-wing tha-111 l11'O1JL'1'lf' so that more and lll01'l' tht-5' sliouhl bt- 111a11l1- uvailalelc for thoso 1l1'U15Cl'lj' cqllippvd to 01l2llJlC thc whulv Cllllllllllllllj' to sliau- the f2lY0l'illTlK' rvsults ut' the ziradcinic ii111,lv1'tz1lii11g'. At thu tlL'Ilill'lll1'O ot' tht- Class tht- staff 1-xtcmls its goodwill and vou- turos to hopc at fl'lQ11Lllj' Vl1llgllfL'l10l,l iutercst in the l'11lV61'Slfj' and its pi-uhlonis will C0l1tl11l10 ziriioug' this j't'2ll"S I'QC'1'l1llS to thc- fast growing group of graduates of Saskatchewan. ,Gy Qijl doults 11111111 this point might oxist i11 su-Callt-tl lltlllllill ti1111-s. th1-1'1- Lg iilxiiw- Ill - -, ee I , , 1 fr X r1f 1 X 1 A 1 " -. X Q I 1 91391 111 43 111 11-..,?. ' . ..-..ix.? 11 1 1 1 019 College of Arts ond SCIGDCS II11,1m1'11r11 l'1'1-.vz'rl1-111 P11111-'. .l. A. S11,111lc.11111 I,I'lNI'f1lllf - - li. A. 1i1'1R1111N lvl.l'l -PI'l'.Yl'!f1'1lf 1I1c1,1:x R11111xs11N N1 1'l'1'f1Il'jl-Tl'l'1lSIll'l'l' 1l11111111N S'1'1f:w1111'1' W its S1-1-111111 j'l'21l' 111' 1-xis11-111-1-. 1'.A.S. has 1-11111111111-11 111 grow RIS .41 il s11'1111g' 211111 11111111-11 11111111 M111-11 111' 1111- s111-1-1-ss 111' 1111- y1-211' 1-2111 J. L 111- 21t1ri111111-11 111 1111- 11111i1'i11g 1-f1'1,11'ts 111' K1-11. 11111-111,111 211111 his 1-2111- Q11111- 1-X1-1-111i1'1-. T111- 1-x1-1-11'1i1'1- 1121s 111-1-11 1'l1l2l1'Q01l 11,1 i111-h1111- 1111- 51.60 1-1-p1'es1-111211i1'1-s 111' 1111- 1'111l1-g'1- 1111 1111- v211'i1111s 'S.R:1Q'. llll'114'1111'il111S, '7 A" with 1111- 1-1-s1111 111211 1-111s1-1' 1-111112101 wus 11121111'1111111-11 w1i11 tllljsl' 11111111-s 111111 1111- 11111-1-1-sts 111' 1111- 1'11111-Q1-. ,XII 11ffi1-ial Arts 211111 SClL'l1l'L' 1-1-1-st 1121s 111-1-11 111-sig111-11 211111 1111111111-11 211111 il shi1-111 sys11-111 i112111u'111':1t1-11 as il 1111-2111s of 11l'1V2lI'lllll2' 11111s1- ll1ll'lll'll31ltlll2 i11 1'11111-qu 2101111111-s. '1'w11 plays were 1-1111-1'1-11 1111 1'11111-g'1- Night: "1'2111111111-11 of lilllll1llll'.' 211111 "XV1l1'ZL'l F1111111111-ry." T111- l'Ul'l1l0l' was 21w211'111-11 third 111211-1-. T111111g'11 1111- 1111-111111-1'sl1i11 1'1-1- has 11111 111-1-11 1'z1is1-11. 1111- 1'11l11-g'1- 1li1S 111111111 it 1111ssi1111- 111 i111-1-1-nie 1111- 1111111111-r of s111-i211 1-V1-111s 11111-11 111 1111-111- lll'l'S. T111- 1'2111 11-r111 1-111111111-111-1-11 wi111 il 1Vl-'ll 21111-11111-11 XVUl111'l' 1'1121s1 211111 111111-r 1-V1-111s w1-r1- 21 sk21ti11g I1ilI'1f', il -11111i1'11--F1-11s11 1,121111'1- 211111 21 1l14,'2lT1'0 ll2ll'1f'. 'T111' 1'11r111211 1121111-1- su1'11z1ss1-11 2111 111-1-1'i1111s 1-11'11r1s. l12U'1'j' Filgilllk 11l'1'1l1'Sf1'21 fl'0l1l H1111-1 S21Sk2111'llCNYilll. R1-gi1121, was 1111- f1-211111'1- 11f 1111- 1-V1-11i11g. The 211'1is1i1- 111-1-o1'11ti1111s i11 1111- fwollfxgl' 1'0l1ll'S 2111111-11 Q'l'1'i11ly 111 1111- 21111111-1i1'1-iiess 111' 1111- 112111. T111- track 211111 swi111111i11g 11-21111 h21v1- 11u1-11 11111s1211111i11g' i11 lll1l'1'1.2lf'1ll15v 011111111-1i1i1111 this 11-211'. l,'.A,S. is 110w HXVEU' 111 il, g111'111 s1211'1. It 1121s 1w11 Y1'l'j' S1101-1-ss1'111 y1-urs 111-hi1111 it 211111 n1111-11 111 111011 f0I'W2l1'll to i11 fl11Ll1'L' y1-21rs. Thu 1'1-1i1'i11g 1-x1-1'- 11'1iv1- wish to 1-X11-1111 1111-ir 111-st wis111-s fU1' 1111- 1'111u1'1- of 1111- 111'g2111iz211i1111 211111 111 express 1111-ir 21111111-1-i211i1111 1'11r 1111? 91-11e1-1111s 1'-11-11111-1'a1i1111 1111-5' 1121112 r1-1-1-i1'1-11 t111'0115.r111111t the year. 4 HQ: .Killah mulilliigl. Au 3h Ii, 1l Q Ai KENNETH A, GORDON "I never knew so young a body with so old a head." At the age of eighteen months Ken. started selling. Before entering kindergarten he had already engineered a corner on liigh-chairs and thrown a panic into Eastern brokers by selling rattles short. So lucky that he can sleep in an ee. class and waken with a winning raffle tic-ket. Achieved the impossible this year by making the famous "lonesome strangers" Arts group "Col- lege eonsciousf' HELEN 'XVANNETTA ROBINSON In her own grzu-ious and dignified manner. Helen has demonstrated both willingness and ability to work in the various student activities with which she has been associated. During her senior yelr she has been vice-president of Arts. vice-president of the Social Directorate, associ- ate editor of the Handbook, and eonvenor of Big Sister-Little Sister week. For several years one-half of the famous duo of Alice and Helen. MARTHA .IOSEPHINE ASHLEY Saskatoon claims this well known authority on Freneh, Culbertson and all the latest theme songs. Jo's pep and energy can-be counted on to keep things going and this year she was the very eapahle manager of girl's badminton. YVe'll miss her voice at the dances, in the gym, in the 1-horuses, the cafeteria, the girl's room, in far-t. everywhere, and take this opportunity to wish her suvcess always. NINA DOROTHY ASHMORE Nina came to Varsity from Indian Head. 'While here she has taken a major in English and a minor in History and has a very pleasant way of getting A's. Those who know her have learned that it is well worth while to look under the quiet exterior to find a friend, at all times sinc-ere and sympathetie. GEORGE T. ANDERSON XVith his debut in the fall of '32, the old C.A.S. rugby, basketball and hockey powers felt new strength in their veins. He joined the ranks of the senior rugby squad in '33 where he main- tained his reputation as a line plunger. In spite of the heavy program of athletics, sport was but a side-line to balance a heavy course in Math. and Economies, to which he did full justice. f 655 .. ---f':-..e-o -:a. - li iii L 'A' 'A MQ I ,,.....i. - .--- rf f - 1- Q-Q. 4 Qld W oiliisv s - -Ak-L5-51 34 N 'X i LAVRENCE ERNEST ANIJERSUN Born on a ranch near Fir Mountain, "Two- Gun Andy" came to Varsity from Luther College in 1932. He has taken an active part in debat- ing, the S.C.M.. and College life generally. Hopes to master in Philosophy and graduate from St. Andrews ELIZABETH HELEN BAYES Given: A hazel-eyed English maiden, with a propensity for writing sonnets, transported to ai Canadian setting and, via City Park Collegiate. to the University of Saskatchewan. To Prove: That after three years of essays, French and English. one can still retain a love of literature and a sense of humor. Proof: "The lady is proof enough." Betty emerges, a happy future pre-assured. MARGARET ELIZABETH BENNETT At Varsity, May, l93-l, this young co-ed passed to realms beyond. Her passing is mourned hy residents of Sask, Hall and-oh, well . . . She leaves with a B.A. in which Economics and Ac- counting have figured prominently. She was secretary of Pente Kai and held various other executive positions. Her ready wit and super- lative qualities of friendship will always he rememhered. Best of luck, "Bennettl" MANUEL BOGOCH Combining a Varsity course with business work down-town. Manuel may be seen at any time constantly on the Ngo." He graduates in Arts this year and hopes to take his second year Law either at Dalhousie or Osgoode Hall, and intends to return to Saskatchewan tor his final year in Law. GRANT BOLAND Issued by: Yorkton. Sask, Model: 1910, May 30. Product: 5' 10" of well-built youth. with a sunny disposition and a winning personality. Taught for three years and then came to Varsity. Started out in Engineering but saw the error of his ways and changed to Science. A good musician and a real pal. Eff. 4 1 ,. .no 7'- 1 4 V 4 'its Q 411. Cdffwg o if ffl , , to Ni' P 1 l .il fe f Ill r 5- , j'k--- i2 -gg , is x -4 Q - Q e M' ' .-i - f .1 tl s- 5. A 1 Atllltm tl it-... A, U e M fi I-sw - .ans :tgp ix Uilhllbn llnli! if 'aww-i,, ge- f -A ' V15 5259? ' A f 8 i .4 .Miva 3.222 W: "fif- 4 ' " 72? 51 I . V ,X , 1. , ..., ,-.W nt. 'W Q i f i' ' ' 191: , 'Q f A i. ' it ffl f P5 ll? - .s , P' ,jfiff V , gf , I-llfIlilA:lf1lt'l' IC. IZIUDOKEI! A graduate nl' City Park Collegiate, Herb. has fullilled the antiuipzitions ot' his many friends. Svliolarslwins, lit-onomics. Iflreneh and English r-lasses have succumbed to his ability and his prowess on the tennis courts is denied by none. M. E. JOY BHOVVN Nutana Collegiate, Saskatoon Normal and three years of teaehing, and then ambition led Joy to Varsity. Here she has taken a general Arts vourse with a spevial interest in English, French and Math. XVe wish her suveess in her return to the teaching' profession. VVILLIAM EDXVAIIIJ IIHUXYN 'Three years in learning's halls have'eraclic-ated as a rural to get out occupation in Math. all evil effects this lad ar-4-umulated st-hool teac-her. His big ambition is and gather more faults in the same when the profs. give him his honors AIITHUH ll. HILOVVN Art hails from Regina, but no one has held that against him. His strong point is his ability to acquire A's. Art's only griefs are that the Chem. building isn't nearer home. and that 1-lasses begin before noon. As an honor Chem. spec-ialist, he will likely be back next year to take his Maste1"s. ...J .33 2... ROBERT SEYMOUR CAMPBELL .Q '- -fi -v-- Smiling Bobby tbeautiful, blue-eyed, blondel, M graduates with honors in Biology. A local pro- duct of the N.C.I., prominent in Y.M.C.A. activi- ' ties, instructs in Biology in winter and splashes ' -,,, " with the Iish at XVaskesiu in summer. 'You bet gigivjgq' he's strong on puns. Our best wishes go with 'Si' ' genial Bob. jx I l e? "'. 1 ., lle x ' s i ' ' d --I In -D -Q-Q 21. X .-Q . .. . H . ,.,,.,, 15' -it if ' ell a ., "' ., .5.. ' ,.' '14 ' '-4 ...., . 5,-. Q w3 , -E A Ill . . J A, h i. I .AX v 1 1 HNYEN Vll,-XMl2EllS Full name: Vin-lt-t Alnuile flxrviidnlilie, hut we dun't held that ugainst her. Gwen is an nzutivt- of Saskzitunn, Ivruin-tte. agreealwle, and full nt' pep and the ambitiun tn heennie 11 rountry svllnml "mam". Spevialties: Frenvh, Latin and Agrus. 5, XVe wish her the best uf luck. ' MARION M. UHARIPLIN Four years at Nutana Collegiate. a year in California. and Mariun came to Varsity lu delve into the mysteries of Ei'-nnnmies and English- and incidentally, In cnllect a list of A'S and I!'s. XVinsome, charming and gay, with a sunny smile fur all, she has been :i favorite at dances and at the skating rink. FIIANFES CLAIIK I'1':1nc-es was lmrn and brought up in the prize- wheut UlXVlIQI,llSE'lillNl, She tuuk her tirst yezir in Arts in Iluperfs Land Cnllege, XVinnipeg, and L-ante to "dear 'wld S'k1lt1'llt'YVii1l.N Here she has been particularly interested in the Rutherford Rink. She majored in English and History but prefers Pliilusopliy. Her ambition is to have a dzinf-ing sc-huul ur a tea shop. MARION MAIITHA CLINE 'tShe's a nice girl, when yn-u get to kiif-W her." Marion came here for her junior and seninr years after two years in Regina College. Slif- has majored in Math. and Latin, and has shuwn great interest in the Ulassiual Clubs uf H.L'. and Varsity. Her ambition is to pass Math. and Latin on tu posterity. XVe expect her back tw take Education next year. CA HSON ELEMENTS N, mi s as-png -1. V-c Z' .1 This tall "Slim" lad frum Swift Current first 9 in arrived here in 1930. missed a year. returning to . F join the Science c-lass of '34. May his path lie always down the fairways and not through the roughs of life. is fl ff.- ...-..-....-s. . fe-ti . f .Arg 5. -4: :: :W-,--., I ,v A H M Q ', rf Ti' f 4. A' ' ind W A - -Y . V, , , , .. C-g,,.,f-"--' miuill 4 ft' it -A up Ill.. - .- -S fe. .ll . Qi'iQ.m.""..ia.lfE. U QE QIQEI if Li.ni,,"'Li.mi 1559 . llflllf VFHY UIIAIGI IC lv'- Th' Kanisack High School and Saskatoon Normal cfnitributed to IJolly's education before she en- tered Varsity to join the Cla:-is of '34, lJolly's sunny disposition and friendly attitude have made her popular with everyone. Yve hope she may have the same success in her future career as she had in her Varsity course. ' Mf t: :-.:f IHA BAILROVVS CUSHING lra vibrated between Riceton, Regina and .A,, Spokane, XN'ashington, in securing his early edu- cation. For the past two years most of his W vibrations have been between laboratories in the Chemistry building. He will probably break -'-"'i' loose this spring with a Bachelor of Science X Q degree. but we predict he will return to do re- '4 search on the problem of how to do six hours' - e work in a three hour lab. period. .N ALLAN E. DAVIES "C Cmnes from Moose .law and is proud of it. Ihayed on the senior rugby and basketball squads where his prowess gained him greatpopularity and was listed on the Varsity tive-year All Star llugby line-up in the backiield, as well as win- -ff "v"':"' ning an undergraduate scholarship. Al. has at 'A least 1200 friends on the campus. The other 50 r h:iven't met him yet. JOHN FREDERICK DAVVE V I Ere-tl is a graduate of Central Collegiate, Re- gina. He taught school for two years but on fs ""K Milk winning a thousand dollars decided to try Varsity mg" life. He has played "B" basketball for two ""' ' years, and is specializing in Chemistry among 5' -' :- "i"' other things. WVe all wish him the best of luck . in the future. " ' FRANK DONKIN Frank hails from Nokomis High School. En- tered Varsity in 1931 and has since been seen in many Math. and Economic classes, where he has shown decided talent for making high marks. Quiet and unassuming he has yet made many E '!'- Q i friends who wish him every success in Whatever ' vocation he may choose. I gi g , , . If iifgiw . A -'Hein - ' 'i' " ""TX' M. -l. """"' ' - " ' js. ' Ill ., . , , M M' i'..i.. .Qi 1 if . 1 SEQ CECIL R. DOUGLAS Known to his friends as Cec., this young man hails from Indian Head. After a number of years in the teaching profession he enrolled in Chem- ical Engineering. This year he graduates in Science and hopes to return as an Engineer. His favorite pastimes are the band, gym. and jumping' on lieds. He dislikes girls. l"rench and early rising. Hood natured and industrious l'!J. Cec. is destined for much success. CATHE HINE K. IJOIISEY Cfthe certain successful Career, K-the Knowledge, not common, l fear, IJ--what she Dreams of but never sees, O-the Opus she does with A's, H-is her Record at the L'. of S. S-her sunshiny Smile, I guess. E-are the Essays, ready when due, Yithe two Years. she spent at the UU." STEPHEN XVILLIAM DIIUL Stephen was born at Vita, Manitoba, where he received his public school education, completing his collegiate work at Saskatoon. Graduating from the Normal School in Saskatoon in 1924. he taught school as a successful pedagogue, al- ways cherishing the hope of entering University. He is a man of practical ideas. Intends to pur- sue the Mistress of Law and politics. BLARY JOYCE FIKANKLING Saskatoon has the honour of claiming Joyce as its own. City Park Collegiate, medals, schol- arships, Honours in French and English. club meetings, swimming. have been milestones along her path. XVhen she hasn't a "19" essay to bother her. she wears a gracious smile, that has en- deared her to her many friends. A warm-hearted friend and a true pal. May all your Wishes come true, Joyce! PHYLLIS M. GAHRATT "How doth the little Phyllis G. Get all those A's in Math? XVe wish we had just one or two, Of all those A's she hath!" Phyllis carries her cheerful efficiency hack and forth between classroom and skating rink. XVe hope to see it in Education next year, Phyllis! vi . A .Q o-QA--Tk - I Mr ff... . .7 A Nl f- .. r NE: Q lf' 'V H t f 1, N J-.rseff Y 1' s. ix- ' - . :T ' Q 'rrf-ii " ' five... . 2:51 I-37:4 " :5:' - ' 1 ii - V l . 5: 1 55 v I - y 'W 1 -.X X k .. - 2-.ew 24 2, A s, ii: 1 L Qi? I I .t 2 35. 2 T2 I I SEQ . , 'Nt I , 5 x 'Wg , -. .-...avi ' L, A g D A ' ' A " , , N! FRANCES LAURA GAXVTHROI' XYe all like Lou, it's he-Cause we Cant help it. The girl with a dual personality, light-hearted and funny yet seriuus enough tu get a clnuhle inzujur in English. She Came from Kinraid with her nil, Kay. to spend three happy winters. The girls of Sziskatchewan Hall will always think of Lou as une uf the best. QIEOIUIE ROBINSON HANCOCK George came up three years ago to study Meilit-ine anil as a sideline turned to d1'2lI'!'lHtIf'S. He alsn tnuk up bridge hut when some-une dealt him thirteen hearts. ilecicleml it was trio easy anal went lun-k to his studies. George will continue his course here next year alnng with more bridge and tlramaitics, IJAYIIJ LOILENZO HAMILTON Attains the degree of Bac-helor of Arts by tht- lnnaz' rnute uf night 4-lasses, extra-mural study :intl summer sclimvls, Crime from Qld Ontario and has spent must of his time for several years injw-ting knuwletlgre into the youngest genera- tiun, Tonk time nff ti- win the Governor-Gere er:il's mellul at Nutanzi Collegiate in '25. A real man :intl :i true frienfl. GEOIUQE HAIILTON Entering Varsity tirnm the field uf pedagogy. tu whit-h Moose Jaw K'E'l'lt1'2ll :incl Regina Normal si-rvefl :is portals, 41erirge's I-areer can he spelled hy one weird, "stil-less." The same ingredients, ai pleasing pei'sunalit3'. plenty of ambition, :1 .licippy smile, and a special liking for history and English put him liver in at big way here. In texivhing as ynur vhosen pmvfessioxi, lie-urge, we :ill heartily wish you "Bon Vuyagef' ALICE GERTRUDE HARRIS "All gtmrl things come in small pare-els." Alice, lxiugliing and lovable will lung be re- membered fur het' outstanding personality as seen at sua-ial func-tions and on the campus. Her ex- em-utive ability has been clisplayecl on Arts execu- tive, Greystone and the Sheaf. As vice-president ot the S.H.C. she has fulfilled the c-ontident-e plat-ed in her in zu deter1'11inecl and Capable manner. , Kms 'si ff , I i if-Q 2 623,-.Q kg V ' 'qT"m"L"l X H ' w , .ll Nw -- r ,L -.av N, R-X, Y, 1 l 5 ll me " 'ii fd iz ' ii fl' yfflmi-fe ei mul ' -- . . -ar 'QQTQ"7 I f 'K 'N r"4' r t 1 V ' f - at , at ,-I , sie at A . --. 4 11-A tl iiL.w s -9.21422-...sim 1 1 LQ t l VHYLLIS 1115011411112 HASLAM ,mm Phil. who entered from Havergal Ctillt-ge, has T shmvn outstanding swimming ahility at Varsity. She holds a guld tish. ut' which the-rc have lie:-n only twin arnungst the cn-eds. Outside of l'ni- versity she has lim-ii interested in Guiding' and Stwial Service mn-lc and intends tn cuiitiniu- in 1 the latter after graduation. . JEAN HEMBIlO'W-SMITH f'fi'fE"'wYm 1 l1nn't let that heastly English accent fuel ynu. 5 ak fs z 1 "Hemhie" is a native uf Saskatoon-vintage 121113. H. . 1- Q ' H She crossed the pond in 'ZS to attend an English I ' " fd Y 1 convent hut tindinfr that Englishmen did not ' , g' f5 1 pri,-fer hlmides, she returned to Saskatmm and 1 L - to Varsity in '31. XVhile here she has majurcd M 3 in Hinlmery and has acquired a proclivity towards a certain . . . binlngical specimen. Guml luck. i ' X Hemhie! fx M.-XIfl1lARE'l' A. HEIIUN Peg came to uphold the Green and XVhite in , st 1 15032. from Bethune Collegiate and Luther Cul- 1 lege. Apart from English and French, which , she studies diligently--ocfcasimiaily-her activi- 1 ties include swimming, skating, tennis and has- at 211 ZW., 1 kethall. A candidate fur the honor of the sweet- ': . 1 est dislmsitiun nn the campus, her greatest . 1 . . . Y X wurries are getting to classes an time and keep- X l ing her 'plimie calls straight. Peg leaves a wide ' 1 circle uf friends who wish her the best in the I . future. STAN. HERBERT one uf the nnust pnpular members uf the grad- uating class in Chemistry, Stairs ready lniiraii' has added to the life uf many a halance rnuni smrvker. Amung Stairs favorite classes are Ger- man, Physics and Physical tihemistry. As pitb- livity manager nf the Chem. Society he has been 1 a very at-tive member of a naw famous nrgani- 1 zatiun. His many friends hupe tu see him hack I' next ye,-ar working un his 1IZlStE'l"S degree. 1 , ., l J. ln, HOPlx1Ab 1 Entering Varsity in '31, "Hops" has ever since been an ardent supporter of University activi- ties. He' graduates this year and his many triends wish him the best uf luck and success. gil 1 X ll -q i ' . .n- Q-o..-:-- - ,413 NF?-'it .' f lk gm.: -g: .V--...nib ' - y A .- ,-- - i "Y t " ..,,,Q1, ,'-J Q Yi.: ..,- 1 " 'f' 0175's-f - T 'F' f' " C6-I J I Q fi as , in - El i tillodtk .iukldieuhvg 'I MI' ,llnllli A CATHERINE ISABEL HOOD If all girls were like this one who came from Kincaid, Varsity would be even bigger and better. As vice-president of Year she has contributed to College life, as well as by being a good sport and a friend to all who meet her. NVe hope too many won't get sick when they learn s-he's nur- sing in the Royal Vic. Best of luck, Kay. PATRICIA FRANCES HUHST Pat is Kentucky's gift to Varsity. One of the best sports on the campus, she has many ad- mirers and friends. VVe're going to miss you, Pat, but here's wishing you the best of luck-- you deserve it. On the Q.T.: XVe're for American women. Confidentially: She doesn't carry a gun. DAVID S. HUTCHEON D.S.H. arrived at Varsity by way of D.H.S.- Davidson High School, but nobody holds that against him. Dave has spent most of his time in the Sheaf Office during the last two years, but in spite of this graduates this spring with- well he graduates. Besides successively being Circulation and Business Manager of the Sheaf, he has served on the Social Directorate. He has been a member of the Colleges of Engineering. Arts and Accounting and has crests to prove it. XVe look for great things from "Hutch," ELIZABETH UI-LQUHART JOHNSTON "Charm strikes the sight but merit wins the soul." To the above characterization of Betty we may add that she has frequent interviews with her professors, is often seen with Agros, gets A's, and does not believe marriage is a career. Betty comes from Kamsack, specializes in economics and intends to continue in social sciences. MALCOLM VICTOR HARRY JOHNSON During two years at Regina College, Harry was president of the Bachelors Union. At present, however, we rather suspect that he is thinking seriously of deserting us: but he says, "Not at all! I've been a bachelor all my life: I get my B.A. this year, my BD. in '37, and my B.Hsc. just as soon as she says "Yes." Good luck, Harry! , . f 3 Li 'ff-"fe--2-Q A all f ' 'lull' T". H - Till! gig.-4 s-f" r ,V"5:, 'N r ff "7J?5'AX f"W J l I 4 9591 ill at ui mh.s 1 Q ' R ST? J l ei JOHN EIJXVARD JONES Jaefk hails from the historic town tif XV:-exham. North XVales. Four years in Arts has found him in the roles of celibzite. "A" student. sevretary of Dramatic Directorate. director of "The Mon- key's Paw" and "The Criminal," member nf De- bating Diret-torate, and successful radio delvater, His prowess in soeeer, rugby and lrasketlrtll brought him a major award from St. Andrew's, and a Senior "S" for three years as goalie of the "L"' Soccer team. MIKEL ANDHEXV KALMAKOF-F This genial maestro entered Varsity in 'Ill after teaching in Kamsac-k his home town. For three years he has been C.O.T.C. bandmaster and this year isa member of the Varsity Serenaders. Mike has been prominent on the tennis vourts, playing on the tennis team two years. winning the University Singles Championship in '31 Mike has also been playing-manager of the Arts hockey team and this year is Arts Athletic Director. HARRY XVILLIAM KEHLEY Harry hails from Tompkins, Sask., via Moose Jaw College. Four years basketball and soccer with Presbueks. Assistant News Editor on the Sheaf last year, together with "Bugs," Greek and Latin have taken up most uf Harry's time In spite of it all he wears a smile that wnn't eome off. Harry threatens to become a medical missionary. JAMES .IUHIXSTUN KEHI1 XVherever you meet Jim-at the rink. in elass. or at historical. you are always glad to see his friendly smile. In his more serious moments you will find him eonventrating on some Math. problems or the cultural value of history and French literature. Just as Jim's pleasant per- sunality has made for him many Varsity friend- ships so we feel it will pave the way to success in his future career. VERA H. KILDUFF YVe have no hesitation in stating that Vera is one of our most brilliant prodigies-excelled by none in her ability to attract A's, She re- ceived her early edut-ation in England but mi- grated to Saskatchewan where she eventually became a teacher. Tiring of this. she now completes an honors course in Eeonomivs and History. XVho knows but that the future may bring an M.A.'! ? s. -Q 7...- I 1' W - . 3. - ' .' Q. . 0 fi! Y 6X v ' i' - " .' L. 'ff '. :u - ' " Ev t gin XY?" .32 and ae X, ' . , 5 1 , 123' 71' Q9 -1' ' ,V 'W F' .-ft: 72 I 1. -my " gf, se Q r i 'y-:L:.:1 .. ::',,:Qi j ... , - Q -ii-1 X 7 '-5: 2 'I ! r--a I ms. ,.. as ,.., "' - 1 a -f gt" QQ., C51-,J'x"-f t flfgfi. Fl 1- A M , "'- - r T- V f if -I ff m? :, . l .4 ,V A f i- I X .4-ff ' . ,Qllllitk'IuG.llii1t ID: ,ln If A 11 '.'-,..:i,v.v 1425 KF' .,., ' 7-""' 555553 if ' A 5' ' Pi, ,. , vi 2:5 - Q-at Q ' ' .. vague? 4 . Q., 1 1, g 1 . , ww:-4, I-IIGLEN MUHIIEI. KING Analysis of ai Pail-Subject: 116-len. Muditiersz Quiet, unassuming, cheerful. l'i'edic:itei XVrites English essziysi dubbles, with the vlzissicsz win'- ries river Mzith. :ind draws triumphzil zirvlif-s. lllmiiliersz It' she is nut skating. Objert: "Tn tent-li"--is :ill slit-'ll stty. XXX- st-ntenee hei' In vompuund sum-ess und happiness. HEUIIHE FILSON LEIJINGHAM George vrzished Varsity in '31 ii '30 graduati- uf Mouse .lzuv Norniul. He completes ti High llnnurs Uutirse in Biology :ind has tilitltvulitetlly xi bright future in the field of genetivul reseziruli. A strong silent main whose studies appeal to him more than do the ladies. He is ai pripulzil' lub. instructor :ind ll mainstay of the "Bone Crush- ers" XV1'E'Sllll1Q,' Club. GORDON GEORGE NVILLIAAI LEXVIS Gordon is ti pruduc-t of Szislczittinii. He gradu- :ited from Hewl1'tu'tl Roacl Cnllegiute in 1931 :ind tuime here tn specialize in Chemistry. For the pzist three years he has been active in the Ger- main Club. His secret ambition is to become un ziuthtvr. He intends to take his Mz1ster's next ye-ur so we wnn't say "goodbye" yet. IIAILIIY Mau-IJUNALIJ Act 1, Seem- 1-Loreburn, Susk. Stage elezired for action. Enter Harry. the hero. Scene Z- in ' , Mutvse .Iziw College. Action progressing. At-t 2. Scene 1-l'. ot S, 1931. The Shezif. formfils. se. tlizimzitis'-s, :ill beau' witness of his enthusiasm Q Q.Q ..y and enterprise. Scene ZZ-President of senior Vie ' year. Chief pastimes: Missing brezilifzist, writ- ing eeonnmit- essays. Act fleljlll en sabe? But - his many friends predict and wish for him sul-- Cess and happiness. " ' - 1 JAMES GORDON Mt-LEOD ' Born and raised in the Queen City, Jimmy Came to these parts in 1930 to study medicine ' g , und has not missed a show since. Is a gymnast - of no mean ability. manager of the Meds basket- V t pr Q ball team, :ind one of the best bridge players in 'l' the Fniversity. Jim will be but-li IlE'Xt'YE'l1l' to ' continue his course. K i s , ' i I l-fi -'a"91'fw if f I dxf.-"K - 'P X ' 'T-H'-D -"- - X ,v 'zo-1-'5 -'::"l'- 1 -. . ,.., . . -f-.wk . Q ',. 3 "-rf Q .,..lt..A 3 ,F -1' ' A . s .pnidi 'Swa t " we-A Y Y Y df .Nr - ' 1- , 1-i-fi' X1 j1,' ffm A 'ff 5-A 1 1 A 1- 1- 115--1. - HSL 111 i 111 11:-I-:-v4 4-M 'Q 1' 1 Ksiili A 1 AIAIIKLXIIET E1.1Z.XU1C'1'H M1-CALLUM 111-tty 1-wns :1 pair uf 1111111 t-yvs 111111 1,1110 111' thv 3,vj,f1 must 11isti111-tive exainples 111' "1-1'11w11i11g gl111'1"' 'N ' 1111 the 1':1m11us. S119 adniits 1111 l1Ill'111'l11ill' 111-- 1-11n1p1is11nw11t 11111 Wu van think ut' t1-11' things we 1111 we-ll witliout 11012 AI1111l1g her strut-ialties sl11- l1'1sa1111u:11'e11 i11 11111' lmst 1-l1111'11s14s, att1'1111Q11 all 11111' 11111111-S, X1-lled at 1'11g11y a1111 l11Y11'li1-5' garnes. playt-11 I,1a11mint1111 and rnatle an RUTH MARION MQEUXVN Nlllilllll Collegiate claims Ruth a1111,1ng her Alumni.. She is now a lnyal su111101'tf'1' uf her 1-ullesze. taking English. E1-o1111n1i11s 211111 a 1'11'g11 s111'i11k1i11g' 1,1f H11useh0l11 Svience, Nut 11nl5' 111- we see- he-1' at 191-tures, 111' i11 the lil11'111'y, XY9E1l'111Q' one nf he-1' most se1'i11us f1'011'11s. but at the l'1Illi. filet- 011111, an11 11um1-1'1111s tjtwllvgcl fun1-titans. RlAIlHARli'I' RAE Mf11'KAY Marg 1'an19 to us from Xvlllllflilfyllll must 11:11'e notit-ed he-1' "with her smiling sn 11egl1ili11g," especially in the Hugs lah. Het' immediate an111iti15111 is to I't?1Lll'l1 next ye-ai' to w111'li 1111 111-1' Masturs: hut YV11iltE'YE'l' the future holds fur hai' Our best wislws go with he'1'. JEAN ELIZABETH M111-KAY History 1'e111'1ese11ts a splwre nf .It-1111's inteiwests, 111 1934 she was 111'esit1e11t of the 1'Lll'l't'l1t Histury Club, and on the executive uf the Hist111'ic-511 Soc-ietyl to both she gave much 111-lp and z111vir'e. I-le-r chief l111b11y is g'?il'f1E'l11l1g'. She- 1-umes 111 us from N.L'.I. and leaves to take up ntirsing. MARGARET M1-PHERSON BI?ll'gli1'E't has grat-e-cl our halls with her C-l111e1'y COUI'ltE'l1LlllC9 and ple-asant pe1's1111a1ity since- 1931. after having s1n'1'ive-11 the joys and snrrows of City Park Collegiate-, Math. and I71'6'11f'11 have held much of he-1' atte11ti1111, but not too much. HG1' wide Circ-le of fl'19l'ldS wish her much hap- piness and the best of luck in the te-111-111115: 1jl'11f9SS111l'l. w? lx l .ne-2 Y f 'MW' W- Q I 1. X, 5 1" ff , , xg. 1 3 n -no J .IL 1-1. J 1 "' I M011 ?' Y, R X A Q dwg -W 4- - - - - ---T" " . 1 '2 Q l j ifi' L 1 Cf . lb ii F- u k s , Q , A 9191 at it it s , .9.k.Sffi ml, 'n fb Q 3. . A .:.f A"- J A -we 1 ' Fifi" ,- 5 U 43 F55 ' Wtgfa. .ef'T" iz S ki: 2. PETER ANDREXV MAHON After two years at Saint Joseplrs, five at Campion in Regina, ansl two at Varsity, this native of Prince Albert wins his sheepskin this spring. They may say he has no weaknesses, but. take it from us. he has two: oversleeping and brunettes. One of these days Pete will lm injm-ting new lrloocl into the pour old Liberal party at Ottawa. KATHLEEN MAY Past: Nutana Collegiate with A's and ambition. Present: Pre-med with men-y friends, person- ality plus, and good sportsmanship. Future: Brilliant physic-ian and surgeon. Ambition: Tu be a henefactress of humanity in the jungles of Malay. MARION GEHTRUIJE MARSHALL A Freneh and English specialist and authoress of the Freneli Classics, "1letribution" or "The Stuclents' Revenge!" Laughs heartily at jokes -when explained. XVhen the roll is called up yonder, She'll he there-l5 minutes late. Suit- able futurefa professorship. MAX JOSEPH MILLER Max is an Asquith procluc-t, but he fnrsook the dairy cow alistriet for Varsity in '23l. He com- pletes a Very clveclitable Honors course in Biology this year, and his post graduate work will take him to the tropirs in the pursuit of parasitology. His greatest hope is to get an "A" in English: his greatest vice is panning. JOHN CHARLES XYESLEY MITCHELL M. and M. collector par excellence and notable exponent of the histrionic arts. Favorite role is une similar to that made famous by Paul lleyere. Twice winner of the Mc-Lorg trophy for the best individual at-tor at "College Night." Jael: has been one of the chief reasons for the suc-ress scored by St. Anflrew's plays. Aside from dramatic-s and theology his more mundane interests are rugby and saying street ear fare in January. xdxixu I -. f i? , ,f'- g ,Wim git '-we-r -t-...,. -A R f ,Ag,j1..L,5-g I 4N:.,E'j l' - 'ff---me -e-ee X N- QV K V f-5. ., A - Q,- ' . , -:fried Fgifi f ,. 'f11"""' Helm- . Ill f - my,-,iff I .t 'f iff I. , I. ,L 4 Q13 di at at miie A . .Q xg?-...-:du it ' Qi FEIIN GICOIIGIIC MOAH l'ern's smile has disarmed prnfessnrs and stu- dents alike: her gay laugh and ready sympathy have endeared her to all. Iiramatics, l"i'encl1 t'lub, Year lixccutive have prune hand in hand with Honours in English and Ifrenvh, and schol- arships. If you know Fern the-re's nn des- cription necessary: if you dnn't, you've missed a, grand pal and a true friend. Smile fur the peeple, Fern! MARY HTHEL MOFFAT Mary attended Regina College and Nnrmal lie- fore entering Varsity to take an honours 1-nurse in French and Latin. Her manner is quiet and unassuming hut this cannot hide her lively sense uf humour. Her friendship is to he highly yal- ued because ut' the sincerity with which it is given. XVe all wish her the best of success and happiness. IJONALIJA ELLEN MOONEY XVith a Physical Educatinn degree from Mar- garet lflattm, "Ilan " entered Regina College with a l-LA. in view. Her cheery presence was sown felt here and we all realized we had in our midst a sincere pal. lJon's home is in Grand Coulee lrut her quest for degrees has not .ended here as she plans ltr gn East. XVe feel confident that whatever attempted, she will act-umplish. AIITHVIL EVERETT MORRISON A native nf Chicago, Everett crossed the hor- der intw Saslc. and matriculated from Lawson High School in '29. In '30, inspired with the highest ideals fur life, he entered St. Andre-w's to prepare himself fur the ministry. A con- scientious student and a versatile athlete he has made a valuable contribution to the student life uf the college. Truly "un lion ami." UHAHLES HARVEY MORRISON This tall, handsome lad, with his winning per- sonality, came to Varsity in 1930. He has dis- tinguished himself in Arts. winning the third year undergraduate seholarship in '33, He has taken a keen interest in Varsity life having been a representative an the Dehating Director- ate and a member nf the cast of the "Monkeys Paw." Harvey's likeable and unpretentious ways win him friends wherever he goes, He will continue his studies next year at St. Andrews vb- I , I If JZ41r4f w XAA Qlfxi, L . t i ' ,ami ,cs N3 -' X SEQ V S Y N ' -3' yi, 9 B .Q . r. 'f I t ,.,. 5 HF' I Qt Q ? sf-. s ew ! I -'ff .1 Cfffvrof 'f'-'X ,,L--I 1 K -ji --:TT u - fillfl ' " ' ' 'Z'-2"TF Ill f ' " J if f 1 i " 'lu' I A A Q . ' ' 5 "' " ' i Q . :e.M"'..i t he i i Q: :Lsi ,i..l ." . ei , f Q .mixms IXIUYNFIS f., U "Jimmy" graduzntes in Arts this year after three successful years. XVQ-ll-known at the , K dances and about the campus, Jimmy has won Q a host of friends who wish him as successful a tuture :ns his lust has been. ' . '51-:gas Y V ' FIIANIX L. MXERS ' '- i Frank was lwurn in England hut emigrated to - Szlsk. in his eiirly youth. A graduate of C.P.C,I, . I V A537, he entered Varsity in '29, gets his B.A. this 'Q 5 spring and will continue his studies at St. An- ' drexv's. He his played soccer, rugby and basket- hall for the l,'0llep2,'e. is captain of this ye-:1r's I hockey team, convenor of the social committee, a good student, a dynamic speaker and "frankly" a few even "ad-myer" his puns. 5 VEIINA MARIE PARR Marie has been the subject of speculation. fs w ' 1 .L XVh:1t manner ot' person is she? Given to strung 5, 2'-5 outbursts of temperament, flashes of -wit, spark- i ling exuberance, and Hts of wonderment. She la: l 11 l -- f tl C.A.S. .' -. ' 3 Dilfleetiriviiilte?andehais exc58sdliiivdIi'z1iii? 4 atic productions. Marie is the despair of those X attending all-night hen-parties for-"Mother, - pin u rose on me," INIARJOHIE IRENE PERKINS "' Q tI'nion Telegraph Conipanyb A Arrives Saskatchewan from Manitoba Univer- -, -A 'HR ' xii sity tstopi hut not for long Istoph begins work ' ' , gf tstopl finds lectures one-quarter University hte I' 4 tstopl headforemnst into frosh lit tstopi bright- '- .f ' ens thoroughfares with taking ways in vicinity -' of shows and t-unfectioneries tstopl favorite ex- pression oh boy oh boy tstopl graduates with determination fstopi supposed to reside in Este- vun hut will not tstopl. it-is Z. -H M A JACK PURVES XVho is the good-natured gentleman rushing from Theology and English lectures and essays get R to executive meetings. basketball, hockey games. fly etc. with time enough for social functions in '- TTT1, between A's and violin solos? In case you don't knmv, that's Jack, our Senior Stick tand We're dm proud of iti. Our idea of an all-round friend- ' just ask anyone. May all your wishes come true, Jack. i ,i i NV if V-W Q -K,,ag.jL-21.-.. e X , ,, H, ,A -'Qi '-2 2--'Wi5-- I i " "' X 'W . ',""1'v4 'EIL 15 1' if -' i 'A 5 V .e . , , ,. , 1' ,PK nh ., ,:-"f:1f,,.J 1 M ff iff" TIX . - riqull -t L ' ' reef lf: A- f. 'll' f r 1 r J' X sf l I . Q l Nl 1 -7 .5: t. . L e-G t , - , , r L' l'llll,ll' A. l'l klilut 1 I .- XYh:-n l'hil lf-l't lluinlmldl lliprh Svlnml, with fi' Iliur very siivm-ssl'1ll yu-airs Iwhind. thi- tem-liillpr X f pi'nt'r-ssiuli lat-elmiit-sl him Four yt'Zll'S ul' this l, I 1-unrim-ell him thctt higher ellul-:ltiun would he mure protitzible. Thus Chemistry gziined al vheer- , ful and at-tive adherent. Seeretury-Treaisurer of , -- the Chem. Society for the piist sut'eesst'ul YE-'1ll', ' Phil leaves with at line 1'Pt'1il'll :ind :1 hnst nl' friends. A 5 ALMA Il. REIl'l'lEIlT From XXYZIIFUUS in 19321 ezinie at lass, To join the giuiml wld Sziskzltt-hewzin elztssi Small :ind winsume :ind full uf pep. Everyune likes her. yes, you liet- Thut's Alma! ALLAN IIUMHELUXY tl. Allan entered Varsity in '31 und lifter three 9 an successful years, during whirh he has been ae- tively interested in many hrztnehes of student M activity. leaves with the best wishes of his . , friends for continued success in the future. KENNETH IIVNNING ' t w Ken. mime tu Varsity frfnn Nutunzt :ind in the ,. , succeeding three yt-urs has het-ome :inuther of ,Y 2, that mad species-the Chem. specialists. Be it 1 known tu all that his ehief interest is nrgunil' Self l-hemistry. though rumor hzith it that he is il ,. devoted 175 slave to Germ. His pet diversionw- x 'Q 9' arguing. t he AUIJIIEY HUSSEL Audrey entered Varsity in 1931 with il seholar- ship from 'Weyhurn Collegiute and while here .. has maintained at similar high standing. Aud- ' A rey's friendly and natural manner, her lively g -dl Q. sense uf humour, her love of good times. her gif, 1' ealrn :ind eollec-ted manner uf meeting' every ' situation are all qualities which ensure her sue- P eess in whatever she undertakes. The best of 9 luck, Audrey! it .X wi ,. Egfx ' CMJ 5 5 Q Q4 M . S Mx xr rw ' '- X f Q- .Y - ,l':"l5 -, - X , -5, G., Q. --TN" ' ,., es .J-:a.::--. K fN,',,'I.Q , 1,92 :Z N ..... ' 5 .-f. ' ' Fr: IL W if v. f . ,..U ' N. LL? -A P'- ' ,' G, 4 bd Q' "-" " 'N 'f f - .i' 'Xxx I I f r ' 'J u - lx 1 '4 if I d"1 --qs : I -XA' J Q-2 Q19 it A at-.:. X- . 5.5:--in 1 lizgfli Yi' ' 21 , L S MIVIIAEL FIKEIWETIIVK SAYISKY -H -.. ' 5 Ile has spent-eight years in XVe-stern Uk- raine, tive years in public- sm-hool, fuur years in high st-lmul. seven years teal-hing school, three years at the U. of S., and une summer at the L'niversity uf Minnesota. Nuw he is studying Medic-ine. His home is in the yieinity of the lveautiful XVakaw Lake. ARCHER J. YY. SCHASE Archer is une who has set his own stride, b Handing out friendship to those at his side: So he has shown us. day after day, x . ' ' Just hnw to nalaut-e one s work and one s play. -. 3 'Q' Hood lurk Areher, and our thoughts go with - W? ynu. 'Bl-Ti ' L A f.i. if 55 - R. ' ' ' 1 . , 1 3rw. i sas ...-b ' IIIENE SIEMENS Irene entered Varsity in 'Ill and after three years at Varsity during whivh she has been af'- tively interested in many branches of student zu-tivity, leaves with the best wishes of her friends for c'ontinu+-tl suc-vess in the future. M,-Xl:flL'EHI'l'lC ELIZABETH SEMPLE Marguf-rite eornes from North Battlefurd with a re11ut:ltinn fur being an excellent student. whit'-h she has nut lost hut d0eSn't inflict her friends with it. As an avtive member of the Mathematic-al Suviety, and un the executive of the S.C.M.. and as manager for her year in swim- ming. she has shuwn herself to be an all-around gnnrl sport. MURRAY SENKUS Murray hails from Redhury. He graduated frum Nutana Cnllegiate and continuing the lab- gt, 1 . . - 'Q 9 ' uratory experient-e he gained at Nutana, he has ,Q ' specialized in Chemistry. Next year he will , warry on for his Masters. Active in several ' student urganizations, Murray has made many friends who join in wishing him every success. 4-'91 J? ll 1 i, nf- ' -'tim 'fm '15 ' . f l xv tri R e ff. el ' 'C--J-P-L x 2 SJ 'Ei - 2.-'li 5:9 J, ll V' f-- .- -fn" W . ,Q 5 t s ..V. In -- ' " ' N 3 - 4 "P , " ' 1. -fi." 1-Q. - 'V Liege gil E it-r Ti -- Fftiizigilif 1 2fl1f'fr lbs-- 19 Fe 1 .IAPK Slfl.-UV 'l'his 1,-urly-liezuli-il ynung 11-lluw is just ainuthvi' Mill Vity prmltii-t. .Inu-li, ui' nmrif often Jfvhu. spent his time l1et'11re entering' Yursity pushing the ynuth 111' Alimst- .I.1w up thi- stu-ep pzitli ul' lznpwleilge. Sinn- entering, he hats speviailized in Maith ,ind livtiiiiiiiiies llllll iizis been ll stuuneh supporter ut' the Mzith. Suriety :ind ui't'lit-strxi. I'et uversiuns: raiisins and hurd lieds. XVe luuk furwsird to seeing: his sunny smile in Edin-zitiwvn next XPHF. RUTH ISUBEI. SHAI IHA IID "Mime fun und more people killed ur sumo- thing," says Ruth, us she leaves Kzint and rushes hnpefully over In il gym 1'-lass, liuth is une uf the best-known und hest-liked of the eo-eds :ind is it any wonderi' She fullills her position us president of Pente Kai with charming puise. gnes to the dances-:ind di.1esn't miss many let'- Itll'E'S. Ruth hzis tuken an liuimi' etaurse in Phil- usuphy und English. and :is "Sully" she h:1s shuwn Rl flare for journalism. ' MAIIJURY SYMES Hi-re we have El little girl who just c'11n't keep duwn the intellewt or the personality. Her ehief tr11ul'1les seem tu he Kzint classes. keeping still for tive minutes und getting up in the morning. -her chief thrill. getting taut of precarious situ- utiuns. As vit-e-president of the Masters Simiety :ind il leading p:1rtz1ker in suwh sttldent activities us lits,, drziniutics. dzinees. tennis, hzitlmintun. :ind womens independence leagues, "Murj," hus mzide :1 hust uf friends. A "kilStlllL'Ii0l1n gradu- :ite this year. she will get he-r Masters in 'Ill HERBERT SCHUEIIMANN Coming to us viii Brazil from the Fzitherluml, the Baron has brought with him an engaging personality and at spirit of goucl spivrtsmuzisliip. Spet-iulizing in "tall blondes and brunettes," swimming and int-identally et-unumic-s, he hopes tu become Hitler's right hand man. 4101111 lut-lc tu you. Baron. und happy ltinflingsi EDXVARD SKL.-XI: lleeeived his public- sehuul and high st-html training in Saskatoon. He attended the Normzil Sc-hool here in 15127. After two years of ped- agogical profession Eddie turned to the Vniver- sity for further enlightenment. Eddie hus been rabid hockey fans during his Good luck, Eddie, and we'll one of our most three years here. miss your hearty laugh in the Chem. Building. e s, .goo 7..- -. , -,. Y- S, " elm- 1 r , - , . . -9 .B Q JSM? f-1 ' , , . i -7 'SS IF 15 is W ?1 v- .Y L? 'A 3 J 'AE 153. , gg fa sw . v S f -- .mi 2 -, -sz. J:-f i- r 9 ,. ...M .F .My .... Fl ...- . -. . . ,f X , 'VI ,-2-1-if X M li X N. ... . . .41 'ii v K Vhffiib I '42 i X , v V, f i Z i! -s XC , !T'ii ,J Iifw Y -H V . -A X, I A Y Y ! 4 QA ilimkmitil-mi-"1.':? - !7.-fEl.93SL5 m 2n',bll Gig S . it ' f be Q t Sf 4 ck' . 'ii 'X' x ' 6 ni G 7' , 5. ,. ees . ' x 2 Wx M Sw A ,E-' V, .I-sf, .- , BETH STEYVART Beth came to us from N.C.I. in 1931. Since. she has taken an active part in the S.C.M. and Historical Society. Her quiet and unassuming manner, and cheerful disposition, have won her many friends. "To know her is to love her." XVe wish you every success in the future. Beth.. :ind we are looking ff.ywa1'd to seeing you next ye-:li in Education, RALPH FHANKLYN STREB Beginning his commercial career by hlastinrr his way into University markets with his double- barrelled grin, Ralph reached the end of his prairie trail, leaving behind him deeply imprinted tracks as social president and Varsity debater. He will be remembered especially by freshmen as Lord High Inquisitor: by the Sheaf and Uni- versity public for his interview with Aimee Semple Mac-Pherson through a Vancouver key- hole. GEORGE STRUTHERS "Scotty," with his dependability, absolute sin- cerity and genuine friendliness, is a worthy son of the auld land from which he came in '29. A staunch supporter of College activities, he has been a member of the U..-LD., plays basketball, and excels in soccer, having captained the Var- sity team for three years in succession. Of proven executive ability he is this year's stu- dent president of St. Andrews. Next year he graduates in theology to begin the work for which he is eminently ntted. MARY DORA PATRICIA SULLIVAN An ingroxvn fear of professors has not pre- vented Patsey from doing well in English and French. In addition, she has taken an active part in the Historical Society, represented the Irish in the Current History Club and was for two years a member of the Varsity tennis team. Patsey's personality embraces all the generous and impulsive characteristics of her nationality. A splendid listener! ARTHUR J. SYMONS Yes, folks. it's Art Symons. His mother calls him Arthur, but we just call him plain Art. Art received his public school and two years high school training at Jansen, after which he spent three years at Luther College. Regina. Last but not least, Saskatchewan Varsity. His previous education augurs. well for a brilliant medical career. XVe'll be remembering you. . ...e i x .4 - ""3-- -Q -Q -:n.Q. 4 'i ' fu," W iffyi Lk, 'ir -' it-.ff -1 x y, B Q ' f N- X K"-wg . ,..,,,,. . t , e " Q 96 ll tl L N lie i il lll yy ei gtgie-!oge i , Ii 4 i L ' T' ' J 'f i l l t ' Q RUTH JOY TE RPENA Comes from Yorkton. Received her early education :it collegiate there :intl ut XVesley Col- lege, XVinni1reg. NY:-ll known at d:inr-es und :it the rink. Her specialities are Biology sups :intl l'l1z1i'm:it-y u1Jp1'e1itit-es. Favorite expression: "XYh1it it' I don't want to'."' XXX- all wish you good luck, Iiuth. LQEIL-XLDINE ll. THOMPSON VX'ynyzird made LL re:ll contribution to Varsity life when it sent Gerry tu our Hzills of Lez11'ning.:. She has xi faculty for making life interesting for those around her :ind no Varsity dunce would he complete without her clmrniing presence. KATHERINE THORNTON Oh, Kay! And if you don't believe it-usk Residence. or the Slieuf, or the Literary Direv- torate, or anyone. Because we :ill think she's great. And theres no use in wishing her luek :ind the-i'e's no use in wishing her fortune. he- cziuse fate will be kind to her ainywxiy. He just 1-ouldn't help himself. MYRTLE TRUSCOTT Coming from Moosomin Collegiate with a Khziki Bursary, Myrtle has well upheld the honour of the Green :ind XYhite. During her three yezirs Varsity she has succeeded in niuking many friends. She aspires to become a private secre- tary, and we join in wishing her every success. MANON VAN HAERLEBI In 1931 the University received ii million dollar endowment of gaiety and good fellowship, from Davidson, in the person of Manon, Since, she has done much to brighten up und enliven the dreary classrooms tapologies to the profsly Digging into History and French, und dz-ibbling in Household Science, she leaves the Green and XVhite this year, one of the youngest grads of '34. Bonheure, Manon! ? e, .E , f Fl:-S U K P, Z e ,ff .A .Ja . " .N , 1 N C W 1 L. Trfevsf 1 :ess , .. Q, . ig 'lf . 'CS ' , ,ii if l A 1 mr .o q 1.3 A 2 VL ., FW K.4g X Q.,..-s.- :H M ,351 v'- I e -e J N. 'AJ f , ,A-si :I -4.--.v ,... . .- - Q - I .4:'s"' E 'L I ll L, f L no , L lll ' c e .iM f5f:-s'E.s iY 'i' .. ,, e o' , :gf Jgww ...iff-,gi ,. a,5fi,,.,:-' sz' I , . I ,tat a 5 4 :fb to 'W , f 2 ed' Mgr ...a 3 x ,s 5555 i -.qv -fn ..2f2Y-84. ,L S3 eww 1 Q,-. A 1. y AJ. figf- v . 'Q ' vw...-' . 3' , , . ' 6 425- 1- 1, v . ' .:f: 4 xi X A. l"YIllL XYALSII Genesis, XVin11ipegg entt-rt-nl Varsity Via Calgary Folie,-agiaite. Outside of A's, in Uliemistry, his pet aversion is looking for bright buttons. Pet song: "I love at 1mr:ule." tfan't say too mut-li now as this liualcling' meiliro will be with us again next year. VVe all wish him every sum-t-ess in his future Career. EYELYN P. XVAIINER A brilliant student, a ready wit. Naughty? Just a little hit! A cheerful air, a happy grin. Friendly? Yes, that's Evelyn! Coming from City Park Collegiate with a schol- arship, Evelyn during her three years stay has well upheld the honor. Her many friends join in wishing her equal sur-cess in the future. KATHLEEN BEATRIUE NVHITE Education: Nutana Collegiate and so to "Var- sity," Concentration: Economies. Recreation: Skating, hot-key, tennis. Aspiration: To live in :1 eountry where there is skating all -year round. Destination: XVho knows? Favorite expression: XVorneA smile: Spoken-"They also serve who only stand and wait," flood luc-k to you, Our Senior Stir-k! ' ELLEN NVILSON Remember Ellen by the two L's-"Languid Lil." She is one of the two important members of the Crazy and Flatfooted Club. Her seornful hauteur is untouched by scholarships or supse the-y're all alike to her. XVeaknesses are Dean Ling and Mickey Mouse. Here-'s hoping you get through life with as little effort as you did your gym! F A HENRY XVILLIAMSON 1 Henry entered Varsity in '31, with a scholar- ':p ship from Estevan Collegiate. He graduates this ' ff I spring with Honours in Biology and he hopes to become an entomologist. His Weaknesses are the C.O.T.C., a certain blonde in Bugs 11, and " arriving at 8.45 for 8.30 classes. Good luck, Lieutenant VVilliamson. ' i A3 , i ZQVLN .. f iv ,1 it 'M ' -'4"'J,24. - ', ,X -T ggxxi-,E Q, - i Y V A A HJ , , ,,.:5 , Z-., ,Q -ex X1 X1 A-A 'M I Q . A ll i kf ..lli.Iil NG. Aiugvgxu K , X I' V Y W Q J. XYYLIE XYOO D XVylie became famous on the night of the S.ll.C. elections, for on this occasion he earned the right to be known as "one of the men be- hind the president," A senior in Arts and :i freshman in Law, he has two more years here. Besides his activities in campus politics, he has been Biographies Editor on the Greystone staff :ind u member of the Law water-polo team. Xlkitch his stride in the next two years! GRACE FLORENCE XVOHCESTEII Grace tried to explode a myth of long standing once, hy claiming that she has her "glum" mo- ments too,-but when, if ive may ask, does she ever have them? She could be pronounced as accomplished in several sports if only she both- ered to exhibit her prowess in them. Decided and direct in her likes, sincere in her friend- ships, no truer friend could anywhere be found. DONALD HATE As a wielder of the iacquet, Don. has few C tl few , ,, E: W nf. - 'l "eh JA . 1- 4 I 1 wi -1 Q, ,saxxgw WV' "' 'P t 1 ti. x W 'MT :fi . . , . l ' ..v1'5ff equals on the tennis courts. His Xarsity career .3 5 ' has been a varied one of studies, tennis, social 4' activities and he is fully qualified to teach the ' noble art of bridge to anyone. .Q .Sm Y . . . ,Q EDITH HAGEHMAN Edith entered Varsity in '31 and after three successful years at Varsity. during which she A, 5 has been actively interested in many branches ' ' of student activity, leaves with the best wishes 2 L of her friends for continued success in the 'X "ii future. r , YM' ,. ' 3 ' ,HA .o sf, 4 V X ll , 691 i. , vi . 2 H If .E ' .!:i'J:r 1. -n -5- 0-'wi' " . g-vs.-1--f-. f '13 'si i ij: :: -"-72.,,.--. L ' ",. .S az.: "I LIJQI - 5 'M' "2 at " gauge Q' , Y - ,, f ' -- 'bb ... Ff't ' f" X if ' I i ff? ...Q 'A Qi-Q A i l l : Q..ix.5fm lf i t t Qi l 1 v an 1 -1 -L" "' :LT 1 'li f- W... "H EIILING A. ANDERSON. B.SC. llrucluzite-ll with honours in Physics in 1932 and has since he-en doing research in that sc-ie-nee towards 11 M.Sc. As President of the S.C.M, this ve:-r he has fuund time fur Considerable extru- wurriculiir activity. .IUHN S'l'L'All'l' VLAYTUN. lI.S.A. flraiduxitiiig :is il distinguished Agro, .luhn Stuart decided tu frequent the haunts nf the cn-re:1l chemist, For the lust twu years he lrls divided his time between tracking the elusive "k'llI'I'li1I'lll" mulecule und investigating heating nl' whcaxt. Ha- has other more c-migeiiiul engage- ments and wc wish him the best of health :ind liznppiiie-ss. All'l'HL'l't ROY CLARK, I-3.Sc. A red-lisnired yuuth from Bounty Came, Snnie Se-iem'-e tn discuver. A. li Vlztrk, unce was he, Hut now he adds :l M.Sc'. His fri'-ndly smile und cheerful mien, Huw- mule him friends unnumhered. 'Winn with no doubts predict for him, Successes hy the hnlidred HARRY DI5MPS'FEl'1, I-LE. Althnuglm graduating us il specialist in livin- ikm-etl Concrete and Dzinms, Hurry is more fum- ous us 21 Specialist in utliei' lilies. Fm' even if he wcrv not XVL-stern CilllLl1lil'S outstzuidiug kicking' half, former Varsity rugby captain, right winger un the Huskies' hoc-key team and owner uf :1 nmjur athletic award, he would still be well knuwn around the Cunipus. Althuugh preceded several centuries by XVilliz1m the Cmiqueroi' they have mum'-h in common. XVILLIAM A. JONES. BSc. Hill came tn Varsity from Scott Collegiate with :ln I.O.D.E. Scholarship und, u:1rrnwly escaping the Law School, spec'i:1lized in Chemistry and nnw has il lub which would frighten any but the bravest heart. Played wuts-1'-polo tcf. En- gfineersb. A noted lah instructor who until re- cently escziped the wiles wi the women. He leaves with 21 Mz1Ster's Degree in '3-l. i 151 9914 xkxi -N' t t A t A Nw- :""l N-"N-X,.f'Wk 1' -. lvl, D f Xa 4' ... F- Ka. ' e - igf e-if-enfif l ll '!'... Ql iillii uiliiia..:7. s i ..A'-21.521, iv-...-an r in b Q13 OLAFUR JOHNSON. HSC. Graduated in Science, University of Manitoba. 1932. Has spent the past two years doing re- search on catorphoresis in the Physics Depart- ment here. Seen at nearly all the Varsity tormzils. JOSEPH BIIUUE MARSHALL, 13.5 A. The Ex-Rajah of the Sultan Cluh, whose poly- guinous instincts have been fatally sublimated during the current session, has been affectionately known in all three residences as ".Ioey." One of his most important daytime activities has been the editing of this years Greystone, while the success of his ante-lucan proclivities is evi- denced by a self complacent expression some- times referred to as smug. DAVID Mac-FAHLANE, B.S.A. Little seen and less heard than ever. Mac has heen trying this year to complete his M,Sc. in Farm Management, hut has economized on the cheaper component, time, in order to find the necessary hours to get into debating, social and other campus activities, and as well to serve as Secretary-Treasurer of the Masters' Society. IAN STUART Mc,-XRTHUII. B.S.A. Graduating from Saskatchewan in 1932, with a B.S.A., Mac has since been associated with the Farm Management Department of the Univer- sity. He is an enthusiastic sports fan, a keen follower of current economics and employs cur- ling and bridge to fill in possible dull moments, HERBERT ANTHONY PUHDY, B,S.A. Herb's Agro propensities led him to continue studying wheat in his post graduate work. As a consequence he learned how to make wheat progeny behave, Basketball and dancing have continued to be his only vices and while we shall miss the merry warble of his voice, we wish him every success. ' ? s.. X I! , I ef-e FPA" f -i ' fl -2 . l L Qlllull NG. Mn'-.sr-za xx n- iXmi3' Ih .bH ilu. 'lsyw' " A fu? J "Q 'H ' ug , Nfl r I , l , S 1? 'Q , Q 1' 1 , , l l l l l l l I ?:'L'. N aaa,-gQ:5':,:Q . , . FFWQE it . spas ,. X X "'-f:,.-M y 1 TLS? T- 2. ' f M I . 4:15 iff :.p: " 5, Y, , Ji , ,E-ag Aka.-2 wp '- J tal Fi.a.,'-ei i' - ..-v 'i 1 it MD- 1 l " ' K Al, 1441 :Z :Li-fs..s M ff ' ' gg? ii , ,..,, -. 4 ,,m,w,A.J. AV , K ef- ,.. fi tl i .AM - 4..f....fu-.,..f-, L, V , , , , ,. , ,Aa XYILLIAM SHEVKENEK, B.S.A. A man who can make time for everything. Bill has played interfaculty rugby and basket- ball, instructed in Field Husbandry and has com- pleted his graduate work towards an lVI.Sc. in one year. His social activities are varied-but unquestionable. KOHNELIUS GERHARD TOENVS, B.A. Graduating in 1933 with honors in Mathema- tics, "Con" returned to investigate into the sei-- rets of hypercomplex number systems. He has always shown determination in his work and at the same time been on best terms with his fellow students. THOMAS VVILLIAM TOXVNLEY-SMITH, B.S.A. Tom's dependable and practical nature has shown to advantage in his two years of Field Husbandry research into "rates and dates of seeding." His social life is primarily one of "dates" though his "rate" may have much to do with his popularity. Tommy will be a distinct asset to Saskatchewan Agriculture, XYILLIAM JAMES NYHITE, B.S.A, After two years research Bill believes he knows why some alfalfa flowers produce seeds. W1- linow that his training and natural ability have produced for Saskatchewan a brilliant and thor- ough agrostologist. CHARLTON LENVIS VVRENSHALL, B.Sc. Lew graduated back in '31, and has since then continued his studies, researching in cereal Chemistry. He is well known to many as an instructor in the labs. He has served for several years on the executive of the Chemical Associ- ation, and is this year's president of the Masters' Society. Lew is never too busy to lend a hand or to explain something-. W'e wish him the best, l 'lf get M . - ""'?---e-:v :n.Q. 'T vi K - - it W! ii- 3, X. is iM?l. -- ' . a A -' 1 QC A If I Q-G 1 T iff 1 6 9 7 K,'.-.f.ak1:',.LsfE'f'.! ' K. GORDON Pnor.J.A.SHARRARD PRESIDENT NON. PRES. Q . 9 if , ' + 5 jk ' K J.: if N M. EARLY VME " PRES. NW H . MMUONALD PRESIDENT Hoon JU VICE- PRES . -r . , ' f J . . K. WHITE J. PURVES , SENIOR' STICKS 2 . .'A. 'fv-f X SQUIIISNKUL 211+ n.'rHonN'roN X .M.PARR ECECUTIVE Q7 i' gm 1 nnannms gi. ' 1-'- V ' If . 1. T'f. gfE-pg-wyqn--Q.Q- ..i :.' .El..Q'.:x IL an 'A 1 Ill, , . , . ,Ill . .nf 5 Q A . .2 - -Vw "MP" nh M I s A I 5 ,A In 5.1 : II IMI I a. gi IM II III 1- V -:,.--:- ' ff-' f:I,,.. I E55 I- IIIQ-'II Egsf. -I I K V 45.5, K.. I 3.-, 7. V- ' A ' V " 1 .- I x I S V Q' 'if , si I , 1' .-I , -v I I l - Q EJNLBEKYS L-.ANDERSDN HANDERSON E.D.ARHDUR CASHBY, E'.H,B.ARN 'f-ZBACKUS J.l-LBAKER ABARGLAY Q-mfwigf E.www-w.- Qwfaffmwfw . - - J X .1 -1 - :- sz M.E.BERRY J. BARRE J.8ELLAI'4Y C. BAROOT ES EF I -2 "'-"- - 1- 3 D. BLACK . 'Am 554 , -. . 4 1' ' f 4 . . . .. . QE.: I 1 .3 I . ,1 A' .A f lx ff V 5. 6. QI -'Z -4 .135 'gy J.N.BYERS I-LBRENNA WS. BIE J. BARNO .fa -- M -. V. ,5,3,,.q:II L A 1 'gsssff I f gpg , . .. . 'ff i..::5.:?5N 1 97' S -1 ' . 3 2 -1- . I.. fini. P. V J.N.CRN"I D. CROSS S. GDVEY PLGOSTACN i, A GW. BROWN ad j 0' . W. CAKTER '-1. ' ., vi i . III I 555- ,. Q ' ': -V af-W T5 -ff . Q. 2' C - .I . ,I II..,II.. IIIII5-EQ-I. I I 3: ' .. . ., - 3551 I'1.H. DUNBAR 8.5. ELSLEY W ENGLISH PLESSAR H. EARLY I ..,.. Q I .yi an -' 1- - ...ni .f . - 143' ' ' .ff JY", ' "0 :H ' ' 5-Ei" ., V Q' . . I . - 3, I, C. F-LAMAN N, FL-AVELL W. FDRREST S. FRASER. RIREETHY X 'I' , . ig .31 . 'H' Q -' - - 4 -61 Q' - ,QQ9i.- MGUIGUET H.0tLbE'lT R. GORDON ESW GREEN f xg A-GREGORY, 7. ,123 339205- --2.3f?4?:..Ff5! -. .-.. RJ-LBRACE 3. BUCKWGLD VLBUKWASH I I , I I...-I:-.,.::.. :. ffifin ' 1- ., R. BUTTON - .A f-.f 'V a nm Q TW A 4' .X. - fa VLCAMERON M. GHAMPLIN W. CLARKE ' N HIZLERKSDN s 1. V III 2,.II,rI. I :J - n . , -:L 3 A . 4 4 . 5I .. ,I M, CLARKE C, DAVIS nf .-' a M .URYNAN ...sf 2 W . .1 X V. DREWRY .L , HIZI 5. I '." 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A A l' ' - I X , I , til it nil hiv, mu-Q!-E g lh .bn ,ln Ill Swimming 'X I 1 Left to right: Byers, t2i'egfn'y. Harrington, Hamer, Schuermzinn. Main. Holmes. Fnxsi-1-A1'ts win Iiiterfaculty Swimming tQ'hampionship. Boasting' one of the strongest teams in the history ot' the College, the Arts squad toppled the powerful Engineers team from their perennial swimming' throne at the annual interfaeulty meet at which every event was closely contested. Much credit is also due to the swimmers composing the Arts II team who came through in fine style to "cinch" the meet for Arts. The nucleus of this team was Jones. t'ram, Harrington, Hart. Maetlillivray and t Gregory. The Arts I team owe their fine showing' mainly to the work of Garyie, Holmes, Byers, Schuermann and Main. t'ong'ratulations are also extended to those men who were the mainstay ot' the Green and White senior swim- ming team. 1 Lady Luck deserted the Arts "A" water-polo team this year when they failed to reach the finals. 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Pmspi-4-ts at tlui llvillllllllg' ut' tlu- si-asnn for Arts and Soil-iuio, lt'ilQ'llL'. lmaslii-tliall wt-rv iunt V4-rv t'llf'U1ll'2lQll1U' with unix' two ut' last 'vm-ar's A . H - V1 . . . playvrs availalelv. XAU2llit'llttl,l still turtlu-r by tlul loss ol. tturmlu- Stcwart to llu- si-ninrs, tlui lu-st Arts multi ilu in tlu- first st-vtiini of tlul lt'2l2'llt' was lu :law tliirtl. liut lllltlvl' tlu' va nalmli- mai-lillig' ut' Al. llavics. tlu- tcam I . - 1 slunwi-il in tlui sw-tnul si-vtum tliat tlu-y wt-ro as giuul as tlu- lu-st ot tlicm liy mln-fs-ating' tlu- lvag'1iv-lm-zulilig' Agrus iii a vlusv ganu- alul nearly iluuliling tlu- smiw- un tluiir olml rivals. tlu- l4illg'llll't'l'S. Whilu tho uutctmu- ut' tlul li-agua is still in iltmulit at tlui tinu- ut' writing, tlul fine spirit of tlu- ts-am, 1-omlmiluwl with tlul sliarpsluumting of II2ll'1'lllQ'lOll alul Boym-s, illltl tlu- clovcr lllilylllillilllg' ot' llavivs, malivs Arts clit-viii:-tl fav- ourites for tlui Oliainpionsliip. In tlu- "B" loaguf-, tlu- twu Arts tcams pilott-il by Burwasli alul Mac- Pherson pilml up imp1'cssivv scoiws against tlulir opponoiits. They wi-rc both strong r-o11t0inl01's for the titlv lent lust out to limmaniu-l in tlul last game wlwn Arts II was clofn-ated in a c-losc cfontvst. Tlui final vount sluiwi-il Arts II second and Arts I third in the league. il"'7"""7"' 1-Q, -1-' F , .L ,144 x, 'U +- ., I .. . -H, A .- 1- - .qw x il. 4? c' ,.r,,, if lf- . if , .Fha .. 1' .- C I . 55,1 :"' A-215 1 ' ' 1 r 41' , . 5 1 'F - v I .Q .1 I k Y. .1 .R ' Q J V: -I f fl' ' H. I .I H. ,I , sv: lv .-Jia. Q' 24' I .s . Mr Q irxf' 'L 4 I Pwhtif: Iii bl il i"?4'- 85,5 Q - I' C4 5 ' 1 .ki xt., : ffff- ' 1. 'IE , 4 1-'pg-. 'svflr l L , - fl .' V.. .iq " '-1. re, I-'J , , .1rL', .VI i .ah 4:g:.- 5. -un "' 1 YI HK Q E9 ' wiip ,,.,1"""iR ' ""' --- fgvg5x QiQ'f4Qp f, ,U Wi, 1 Q gf 5 M L wXf , f.4 gf K-lp M ' X, sg, If 'QJW " A T' ' .5 xr- .-- , 'v . I Q f f ' NW AGRICULTURE Hmm: ' a N of f ' ' ev e- --- QEQM 3 if El in ' in 1333 is Foreword DEAN A. M. SPIAXV HE graduating class of 193-l. in many ways. stands apart from former classes graduated from this college. The entire four years depression that has occurred in modern times, particularly has this been true ot' agriculture, your chosen profession. Individually you have been called upon to face unusual and adverse conditions, in some cases even hardship in order to complete your course: and, now on the eve of graduation, you are looking forward eagerly to the future. QL , ,, ,, X . , V . , . ly. ot undergraduate work has been carried o11 during the greatest ? , if-59' .1 " g l l These are difficult times, times requiring the best yve'have to give, when vision, judgment, integrity and courage were never more deeply needed by our country. During your under-graduate years, you have been called upon to overcome difficulties. to make sacrifices and, because of these experiences at graduation, you have a clearer conception of life and a truer perspective of the world at large than could possibly have been attained under more normal ocnditions. These experiences have been valuable in developing initiative, resourcefulness, courage, strength of character, the last being above all the most precious, for, in the world of affairs, only the man of well disciplined character can be relied on to stay the distance and finish the race. 'IJ-,Z.f 'WIFI f 'W' XJW is I l nl BA S' KL .ll A f 2 fli'f , ,f 'jfg?:fff,V . I 'I - SNN11111 H'1'11'14 lim' lilnilill' Tl11- 511111111 Stick is l1L'CL'SNil1'llj' 1111 all 1'1lllll1l 1111111, zwtivi-ly llllL'1'l'SlL'll i11 all pllases of l'11ivc1'si1y lifu. A glaiufu tl11'Uug'l1 tliv pagcs of this hook is 1111141112116 cviile-1100 of the lllilllllkll' i11 wl1i1,-l1 Roy has 1111-t tlu-sv l'0K1lll1'0- 11111111s. Ill 11cl1litio11 to College activities, he has l1e1111 21 111'11111i11e11t 11111111111-1' uf the l'11ix'c-1'sity soc-vci' twain 111111 111-1-sidelit nf tho llOllSU cu111111itt1-Q i11 Qlllkppvllo Hall. N11itl1c1' his si-l1olz1s1ic' 1'l'l'Ol'I,l 11111' his ll0Illll2ll'llf' llaw Slll:fl'I'L'l,l 1l111'i11g' l1is f't'211'S ll01't'. . gmt,-I -- L. ' f' Ill . f L' A ' il att o ii gl 3 553- i p ' 1 1339 Ai .V if - Q - - . rf . . gum . ' 'Lf-f': f'-fy ,- I - so f'iTli.5f1g X Q 3.52 ,--qw. N X W f X 4 L, ..- .1 i- X i N 4 4 S an 1 f-1 Hf- ' - li tif 1 "- A - 1 'A 1 s .... .a,.-.ii, ROBERT O, BIBBEY Entered Varsity seven years ago. Graduated from Associate ranks in 1930. Played Varsity soccer for three years, and is a perennial mem- ber of the college basketball and soccer teams. In his final year served on Agro executive as social representative. Between times collected a few "A's." and won an undergraduate scholar- ship. Hobby: Chasing his avena fatua. ROY VV. BLAKE A product of Hertfordshire, England, Roy has spent six consecutive years at the U. of S. Transferring from the Associate course in '30, he accomplished big things: A "major" in ath- letics, Held day grand aggregate '32, a, post grad- uate scholarship for judging at the XVorld's Grain Show. Roy exercises crack judgment in things feminine. XVe will remember him, "Foy pour devoirj' THOMAS J. CLAYDON Tom came to Varsity from Aneroid in '27 and re-entered in '31. In spite of pyjama parades and pep meetings he managed to win, the first year scholarship. Notwithstandingj Tom is a regular fellow and has taken an active interest in the C.O.T.C. and the Rifle Club The provincial dairy branch will likely claim his services after graduation. DONALD Mc-INTYRE COXVAN HERON Don. originated in Regina and after taking his high school at Yorkton, entered Varsity in '28 as an Arts student. The following three years were spent in Manitoba studying Agriculture. Returning to Saskatchewan in '32, Don. has specialized in making better milk for little child- ren. He is a member of the C.O.T.C. and active in the Rifle Club. NORMAN ALFRED LANGHORNE Norman hails from London, England. A six year associate and degree n.an, he has won cups for public speaking, taken an active part in ath- letics and all college activities besides reporting for the Sheaf, fulfilling his duties as vice-presi- dent of the college and entertaining the fair sex. A hallowe'en accident was a severe setback which he has overcome successfully. Tv' ae? li 'Y - --'T-- .Q -Q ..:n.Q. Wi 1 ., EK ' W : H, -'N . 4 Q53 'L t ti dal? -. .9gif u l A lv Egg EDXV.-XRD DENNIS Mt-CAIITHY Ed. was born in Ontario but soon moved to Moose .law where later he attended Central Col- legiate. He tirst entered Varsity in '28 and has returned this year to complete his struggle with the farm management department. Ed. has played senior and interfaculty rugby and has been a staunch supporter of all college and uni- versity activities. XYith his graduation the col- ' ii vv lege loses a real guy. THOMAS DIXON MOOR Dixon arrived at Varsity in '20 via Nutana tfollegiate. After taking it on the jaw from the faculty in the early SI1lg9S. Dixon has come steaming through in great form. XVater-polo was his big splash. Having learned to acquire a tan about the plots. nudist cults hold no hor- rors for Dixon. He has recently hatched into a social butterfly. GEORGE EARL ROUATT Earl hails from Moose Jaw, where he received his public and high school training. Entering Varsity in 1930 he has thoroughly investigated the field of dairy chemistry. He is quiet, unas- suming. takes a keen interest in his college and even has a kindly glance for the femmes. His conscienscious attack and congenial nature will take him over the top. HADLEY VAN YLIET Yan was born at Quinton receiving the greater part of his primary education there. After one year in Luther College, Regina, he came to Var- sity in the fall of '30. Van won the scholarship in his first year and has had the habit of collect- ing A's ever since. A few of his activities are debating, dramatics, water-polo, rugby, and field .liy representative. Convocation will bear high testimony to Van's great ability. 3 s Xl' X71 eh --,, , - 3 'Q ,I .1 LT , - , " ""f5,K V., nd- 1- X A A " 5 'I f- ' i 4'-X L-'H L , . ,U - ,J - .. V - -.' 5, V ,.. Q A .Z fp g i- . 5... -:Q QE Q Q ,gh -Bev - 5,5 ' 1.5 KL' if A- 8 Bl '-1 ., MDL-AY-N,-A-,A ' 4 ' ' 1-':,s.:zf::.f.-wr-1 ' ,5N?fS"i"'W ' " f' "M """"""'f"'f"' Q "' ' "' " - , -, :i,.v5:, . VW -.Ky t . , F1 V 1 af . 4 .' Aw- . ,Q- ' al,-ATB! 5 -U 5' an y - " fp NYT' 'M f -A Ti:-F - Jax.. .- .1-if ,, , , zA X -.az:'::'yf 4 y U- ,,Xifg.kXxV..!, !. Q 5 5 :fx .XX R - 5 - Aw Hwmvmer Pmr.l'1.CHAHPhlN e. amass .N H2119 DAY MMLPIEFIQT NNLEYIC! M xv-5 ---1 i JS' " T" . 'KH 5-11.31 f N .. ' ff" L G, Q, 1 V, .-17 , 4 J 51' , ax vii Q , " 2. 4 ' ' 2 - jo A W - , R.BIBBEY - 1 mcsurs Joan, DRAMA!!! . H.H"DONLLD D. DAVEY MLANGHURNE sm-nusunn PRESIDENT wfswnsuonrr ,b Y If ' A !,,,,: 4 2591 .Zig - if 2' . ' F3 1 Vg-"f f -1 4 , z 9 Q' Q pu- - -,Q X V .iq 6 xi 7 ,Y , Y ' 6, ELLIUY E4 Mow: "'4""9 s. msn J. LEASK nw. mfovz LA, xuscu .um :Aves 5-'mW'Y 1 1 R A, ix, 9 V SIL. ,A X, , g f " " 1, v 1 , 4 no n I , , . INWWISKY H. RAKMIIAII V lt. SMITH A.u.tAHPlll-u nw :minus b.RAmumn cA.nlWuu . ' ' ., V ' Fr 'Q 4 YV.-5 if f " ""' if , Y 4 9,1 K 3 4, um. Bums I., FARSTAD E. evans! r. Qumran: mv Mlm-ER ns vrnmxrues, J.M.WsPrllER ,,,.. , ,. .. -. A.-. , r 1, X I "I"-, AL X , ' - -9 -. V, -up ,, '11,- :1-' 45 ,I : A H , G n.n.Anomsau wa, mann an Haan n.a. rarren n.n,aRAn n.q.nnuAn JA.PE1i'AHKE . ,, f - 7 2 ff x ' " ' 'I' -,, - ' - ' Af Q ' ' -.3 - J '- , . ,Y x - f 4' N , V 5 - - A-LNASGITT n,mu.5n q.ucn.Anx .mvrunin tn. FHASER , .WEIR " ' STALLWAN h TV , 2 . MZ , , Q Q 1 A f 1 A Q. " ' ' X- ' ' 'T ' Q' X ,K -Z IKINKIMH wsucnwa snmugr ' ' JAKMZQL -145 . z. , LL g1':.gL".:-24L,,,.x,- :L...1." ' ' ' " T. ,. N 3 l , . .. f- T - f ..se m i .QQ Ji at it it s. . tens--4 .T G Q Ag ricultu rol Students' Associotion 1Iunm'r1ry I'1'ts1'df'r:t Plzoif. M. J. t'iiixA11-1.1x Ijl't'N1-dtllf - llRICWIflA'l"l' ll.xvl':v l'iec-l'1'rsz'rIt.iit - Noiurxx l1,XXtiIltJRNI'I Nt eretfzryf-Treusurt 1' Howwan MelJox.x1.n HE Agricultural College is the only umlergraduate eollege at this l'ni- versity that has an increase in attendance over last year. Hur fresh- man class this year is much larger than it has been for three years previous. Agro teams have been fielded in every inter-faculty sport. and contributions made to senior teams as well. The first big event of the year was the freshman banquet held in the Hudson Bay dining room. The large turn-out of both faculty and students at this gathering was very encouraging to the executive. tleneral meetings of the A.S.A. were held every month. College business, guest speakers. and refreshnients are features ot' these gatherings. The students were able to repeat their duties of last year in their assistance at Fniversity Farm Week. This gave the boys an opportunity of hearing and meeting a number ot' outside speakers as well as missing a few lectures and labs. The Agriculture students are proud ol' the fine showing that the Vniversity tilrain Judging Team made at the Worlds Grain Show at He- gina last summer. To you, liverett. Hoy and Hadley. we extend our sin- eerest wishes for your future sueeess. College Activities FIELD DAY-H. VAX XYLIET Judging by the preparation under way the Field Day of 1933-34 is going to be the best yet. The members of first. second and third year are promising a warm race for the big silver trophy along with its little brother. The senior students are all prepared to give the faculty the great- est trimming yet in the annual broomhall game. The prizes and athletic awards will be presented at the banquet in the evening. DEBATINH AND PVBLIC SPEAKING-C. E. ELL1o'rT The Agro students have been taking advantage of the public speaking meetings during the past year. The Debating Ynion meetings were car- ried on as last year. These debates, which are conducted according to parliamentary rules, were found to be of great value and provided many very interesting discussions. ,gg-gf' W-NE. 4' AJ XXX Ill , ., ,Q 1 1 Q Ill A ' 1 433 1 1 11 - 1 1 "U-'V' 1911110111 111.111 1 9 ix 1a 1 mlgja Groin Judging Tecsm sf-xsx W Samoa, GHEAHN 1 -LUIUIDGIINCI5' 'I1'1E1SP'II 1 ' 1 1-1. CHAMPLIN how 1-1. creams Pnor. F. Huss. SASK, c0Ac1-1 1 ' 1 f , ' 1 1 .EA A . 1-1.vAN vuer R. a1.AK1s 15, WHEWEU, . This 111-1-11s11111 w11s 11111 111's1 1111 w1111'-11 11113 S11sk1111'-1111w1111 A9jl'1C1111ll1'31 4,'11111-g-1- 1111s 11L'1'll 111-11111-s1-1111-11 111 1111 I1111-1-1111111111111 411-11111 -l1111g111g1 1-11111111111 1 1 111111, 1 111-11111'11111111s w1-111- 1-111111111-111-1-1,1 111 1.131 111 1l'2l1ll il 11-11111 11111 1111- 11v1111'1 1'11111'. 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"R1111" M110111131 past 11111-s1111-11 111' 1111- ASA., 111111 1111- 11111111 was 1-1111-111-11 111111 111111-11 111 1111- 011111111 '11111' 1111-11 Hl1l'l'1'SS l'1Q11T1.1111Y 111-11111g1s 11,1 11111 1111-111111-1-s 111 1111- F11-111 HllS11i1l1L1l'j' 111-1111111 1111-111 w1111 1-11-11111-11111-11 111 11'11111111g 11111 11-11111. f1TE?:+'Xs. lll a fs 1 s - l - A H ' f-l V 'WW Z' f -Z"""- iw - A-I' A- - IQIHII -- A .', , f p ,, W , 1, 'f W 75 ., W 1 I - 1- f 1...z gw j ? in l. -I Q A lgl sll A 'lui Misa Xu infilggf M lv g A l Back Hou' tlcft to riglzfl: H. Blake. T, Fraser, S. Tallman, R. Foster. XV. Jantzen, E. Tisdale, D. Davey. Front Ron' tlvft to riflhflz Prof. McEwen ttfoavlil, H. Purdy tC:1pt:1i1ih, Il. 1-Iibl 195' l1I211'i2lg6'l'l. BASKETBA l.l.-M.xN.u,:11:R, Bon, Hlislsiix' Again the Agros Cl1lt'1'k'll ont- of the strongn-st iiitvr-t'a1-ulty tr-anis in tln- lt-agus. Sailing through tlu- first section ot' tlni "A" lvaguv uinlt-fi-ati-ml. the boys art- wt-ll in tho running' for tlnl vliainpionsliip. Tlu- "IS" tt-ani. while lac-king a, little in QXI1L'1'l0l1C'L', show good prospects for +11-vcloping' into a real team for next ycar. WATER- PHIAD-MANAGER, Ilixox Moon XVatcr Polo has had good support this ycar. At present wc arv hold- ing our own in thc "B" lvagui-. Those taking' part arc: J. Boys-s, H. Van Vlivt. II. Mvllonald, S. Tallnian, B. Holtby, IJ. Moor. R. Foster, A. li'larv, ll. Rm-kcll. TRACK-M.xN.xor1R. R. tb, Ilolxrisx' Due to lack of training' tln- Agros wore unable to set tlicir usual pacv at 'thc track rncc-t. There is f-very prospect, liowvvclz for tlio making of a real good loam nvxt your wliicli should atiuord some kevn compvtition. X X ix .l,j:iA"f 4 'MT Qril-L N .All i l E i e5T - - "' gET S fldljg' - 1 1 . J.-' W - , . A fillll 1 Que . . .1 .1 1- 'f5 Q.1.Q1 1 . Q,-as A 1 B111-If lf0lt'f R. Bilrbcy, T. 'I'11w111e-y-Snlith. IJ. Dave-y, T. Fl'llSf'l', P. Hogg, Front H0111 H. l'L11'd5', S, Clayton, N. l,:111gh01'11e-. R. Blake, XY. Jic-kling, C. Ilnwles. S1H'l'l-IR-31.xN,x1:1-111. Nm' 131.1111-I '1'111- t'111I1-qv tim-1111-11 11111- nt' 1111- 111-st t1-z1111s ill yn-urs 211111 1111151-11 th1- s1-z1- s1111 wit111111t losing' il QQ11111-, 1111til 1111- finals i11 whif-h thcy 111iss1-ml wi1111i11g' 1111- l1'1,11111y 115' 0111- point. RIN 11-SY-BIANAGER, 111-IX. KVSCH 'l'h1- t'11l11-gv 1-11tf-1-1-1.1 il st1'1111g' agg'1'1-g'a1ti1111 i11 1'llQ'1Jj' this year i11 which hoth th1- li111- 111111 132lf'1ifll'111 w1-1'1- st1'1-11gtl11-111-11 by the 111-w 1111-11. The team w1-1'1,- st1'1111g' c-1111tc-11111-1-s tm' thm- t1-11pl13' tl11'1111g'11u11t 1111- 11-a1Q'11c 111111 wt-rv I'il1L't.1 us 11111- of the 13l'S1' i11 it. H1 MWKEY-M.xN.x1a1:11, J. I'IILL Th1- Agros 11av1- two 1111-11 011 the l'11iv1-1-sity team this your, E. Buglass and L. Kusf-11, and are still able to t111'11 out 11 real fighting team for the i11t1-1--fur-11lty lililglltl. As 110116 of the 1111-11 playiiig' this X1-111' are Seniors, it looks as if we should l1z1v1- Z1 wi1111i11g t1-11111 111-Xt yf-ar, with this yu-a1"s 1-x1101'ie11c1- behind us. .iw -'xx .X Ill .l , I7 .A ' if if Q ui l ' J - 5, 1-F-V, - - ' l .13 li at it it... -. .....9.at.:.1i A Wig lJRAiXl'ATIf'S lllll'Lll'illllilllt' lI'4llllll'2ll'I.'10lu'4'1lIlg'I'2lllllilll'1l tm tlu- way Ilu-y wt-zutlu-rt-tl tlu- t'ullt-g't- Night trluls. l,t'SIllll' tlu- I:u't that tlu-,V mlul lllll 4-:ntvli :i Irtmt st-:it in tlu- zixvzmls. lllt'll' malls-gt' is pi-mul ol' llu- imtiriug' vt'I'mAls tlu-y slumwi-il. Ili-rt-'s lltllilllg' that "l"rmu 'l'lu-ir tlwn Plzu-1-" gt-ts an lvig Iuuul at tlu- llrumzi Iwstivzil. LITERARY-E. T. Howie Although thc Agios lltlYPl1i1 many cluwrus girls oi' Ed. Wy1i11's miumg their group. they take i'U11SlLlL'l'2llJl0 iiitcix-st i11 the llitt-1'u1'y piwuliictimis. As pm' usual tho head man hack stage is ani Agro. Ernest McKenzie has llillldllil thc screens vory effiviviitly. SOCIAL-R. 0. Blsmzx' Hui' suviul 1't-pwsciitzitiw had his dutit-s somewliut vxtviulod this yuan wluln hc took on-1' the reins at tho party that tlu- stutli-nts put im lui' tlu t'z1c'ulty i11 -,Iaiiiizii'y. Hui- fum-tion was lu-ld on Ft'lJl'11il1'Y 16th mul Huh. had Ulilllj' surprisvs up his slt-we ut this big Hunt Bull. i -Inv v lu' 7 uf-7:-qmiw'-q-na ' ' . Vs-' f,, . ..,. . .. - Q. 3 . A r A ... - i- x wt E: V... T .. paul la .- lqf .I gm w. ,. ' 5' - 5' . "' L v,I-V, w P. --. 4- . lil I I' l Y -Q1 - W. 'J Y-L , L u il w - T 'M "vi r." p - , 'fn'- . 6 ' , . il , Y. H RI ' I ' 1 ' . -La- i ETP Q5 W' pg' Q ,H 5: x - i ,113 :- . 5 'I- . ,ff I-Er U 'GQ J1:': .V - a THE fW xVN gn ' " I film 1 ff9Q 'Efii.L- J N N n . :A-,sl fin 1 Q15 Fwy? A if 930 ,X fu' if fa T - 'W L' w Xfafx' E Veil T lg' Q if . - ' S . ,W , ,, . . i ' .. , Q1 fu' "" ff' If a. X'33 f ,T, 5', yy ! X' -fifi X, 1 nl ENGINEERING lll .i rrrr ig, 1 , Q -Q Foreword UR many years an increasing Alu? .. stream of eager graduates . 4 left this l'niversity each spring to join the army of engineers who were busily and happily applying the p discoveries and principles ot' science Q for the benefit of mankind. These young men, with the advantage of four years' vigorous training, quickly became absorbed as ettieient and con- tented u11its in the economy of the day and in what seemed a purposeful whole. Judged by this success our educational system seemed sound. it is Then came the depression and for the past few years equally cap- able and well trained young men have been denied the opportunity of working in their chosen field. Guaged by standards of immediate material Ili-xxx BIACKEXZIIC success alone, their training might appear as a waste of time. It has therefore been a source ot' considerable gratification to observe the courageous and philosophical manner in which our young graduates have met the situation. lf any vindication be needed of the value of sound education it could be found, not only i11 the effective way in which these young men have turned temporarily to occupations quite remote from their chosen field, but especially in the evidence they have given of a real interest in those problems which, improperly solved, are the cause of the present dislocation. Instead ot' resigning themselves diseontentedly to their fate, they have with energy, seriousness, and sanity, attempted to understand the underlying factors in our economic order, in the belief that. a well intormeigl, tolerant and alert constituency is the first step towards reforms of permanent value. Our confident hope is that our graduates of tomorrow will measure up to those of yesterday. Qiifilat tu..s., ... X A e e .ll iff i e f N 1 ' ' ' i NK i HJ A J 1: A 3 L 'Z ' i i I Engineering Society i'w.wz'1Iu1f -,----- R. li. l,1-:1-1 l'1'f'f'-I'1'zsifIHfl li. A. IIARYIQY 'l'rcu.vurrr - Il. M. lhxwsnx SCl'l'I'IiIII'.lf li. ll. IlIl,1. This year the l'I1ig'inee1'i11g Sneiety has t'XIPUl'il'lll't'4l an inf-reased mein- bership from last year. Vredit for this is dne to our able ext-vntive and especially to our hard working' treasurer, Howard Lawson, wha, ill ad- dition to looking' after nur iinanf-es has also proven hiinselt' an enthnsistiv supporter of all college activities. The sneiety activities this year have been well planned and ninst enthusiastically supported. The t'reshman banquet was delayed fur some time and tlirough the eo-operatinn of the executive with the banquet enininitti-e, was made better than ever. A. E. "Red" Stewart. graduate ni' the eollege and past president nt' the sneiety, was the guest speaker. Unr interfaeulty teams have been Very ac-tive in spurt and have again brought to the college for annther year inori- than their proportional share uf the trophies, In addition to suc-eessfnl intert'aenlty teams. the eollege has supplied a surprisingly large pert-eiitage of the players nt' all senior teams. The dance-guers of the enllege turned ont en masse to the annual danc-e in the Legion Hall. which was generally 1-nneeded tn be one nt' the best. if not the best yet. Sinnetliing dittl-1'e11t in the way ot' social affairs is promised in a theatre party and dance planned for the end of February, The annnal spring' banquet is another event tn which we may look forward in anticipation of a well spent and enjoyable evening: A change in the award system to reward those aetiye in l'niyersity and society affairs i11 addition to athletes has been introduced by this year 's executive. This new award ineans official recognition by the society of those who give freely of their time and talents toward making our society the best on the campus. "'X,. riluill " E' is W' 1 - ' --1 rmuirl Ill, f u ,lllii ezmlm' .. ...:.1 vf 1e:i a.. ,, ...i one 'Sl 5 , A A' 'Q K..-g3j33f.igf,,:,.. In sw fs Q is fivgif' 4 A 'fa A I 1 FV Z f 'lr W 's Ii 2 ,..V ,la X I CJ '54s t, I . .I H qfiinj - .N ., X " ta. iff: S ' fe t '-V "" - -fzirge ' 4 'V-elfil ROY EUGENE LEE Une of our versatile Eiisqiiis-ei's. Some A's, :ind zi sf-1-ond your swliolzirsliip lu his 1-redit. A senior letter main in rllglry :ind ll'2U'k''lll'liVllll'iHl :ind Varsity rf-nord for the javelin, nn-miner ol' boxing :null Silver liolphin vliilns-pliysivs instruvtor- winner ol' Varsity :ind Enprinee-ring public speak- ing c-ups for 1932. Member of east for University Night and this years energetic and popular president of the College. HEOHCQE ERNEST FOSTER PICKAHD rlenizil George t-:ills Guernsey his home. The lure of f-ity lights was too much for him so he mime to Saskatoon. A Bedford Road grad., he entered Varsity in '29 registering in Agrieulture. In '30 he laef-time ai hylurid-turning to Agricul- ture Engineering. Besides obtaining a, goodly number of "A's," he has found an interest in fll'Jll"l"l2lf,lL'S7lYUHHIQSS manager '33-34. Ambition: Muster trom Ames and Matrimony-Iwoth soon. KENNETH H. ANDERSON t'Ken." is il lui-al produm-t. Came to Varsity in fall of '2S. Entered our college in '29 after a. year Is a hard working, con- in pre-Engineering. st-ientious engineer, and will go a long way in his chosen field. He leaves the college with the best wishes of all who know him RONALD J. BAKER Foming' originally from Yellow Grass, Ron. entered Engineering in 1929. after a year in Arts :it British Folumhizi. YVisely, he made haste slowly and postponed his last term a year in order to take up radio Communication Work in the north, and to obtain a eommereial pilots license at Regina. A serene disposition and pleasant personality, combined with an abunclant sense of humour, makes Ron. friends, and ai friend. RAYMOND YV. BHGXVN Ray was born in Butte, Montana, but received nuhlic and high school education in Saskatoon. Since entering Varsity, Ray has managed to en- joy life, while at the same time proving himself to he a diligent Worker and a good student. Favorite expression: "Did you hear Jack Benny Sunday night?" The best of luck, Ray! 'lv' - ""'31'-v-o ..l:r.Q. s 4 ,I ef'-5 i t .iw f, , N17 ,--.,1, ,,: -3 , ...we ,XM - ' . . "Y New i-'WTI 4 "' i A il ' JFK I jf ' Q10 it i m' 31 7: 1 i lflllill. li. l'Hl!lllfl,Xl. lfreilllit- 1-nti-red this Vale ol' wot- in Uniario hut vaine west when live years old, vllmnsillg linds- land as his ln-mu-, wln-re hi- :itll-ndi-il pul-lie and high svliools, i-musing his li-zieliers ln zivqtlilw- many al gray hair, At Varsity I"reddie has Inade- many friends Ivy his natural good humour and ready wit. May the best the world has to offer be yours in the years to Come. HENRY .l. l1YCK Coming from lfkraina. liussia. in ltliil, Henry spent two years in the States. Completing his junior year in Arts at Bluffton, Ohio, he came to Tall, quiet. intangible Saskatchewan to take Engineering. l'E'Slq'l'VE'Ll,' Henry possesses those attributes emhraeed hy the word "c-hzirac-ter." Physically, he might spell straining atlas, men- tally he prefers analyzing stressed steel. His ambition-to design maehinery, to measure the length and breadth of an idea, and c-heck the answer. JACK GOULD .lat-k has broken the continuity nf his years at Varsity Ivy taking time off to aevelit the odd jolm, with the result that at gradu:it.on he adds a degree in Mei-hanieal Engineering to a good deal of praetic-al experience. Jack holds Canadian and American patents on a new type of engine of his own invention. He would r.ithe1' talk about engines than eat, but really prefers to do lioth at the same time. T. B. HARRISON The fall of '30 saw this young man venture north from Maple Creek in quest of a degree in Engineering. He was all for the eollege and th college was all for him. Good nature, an in- tinite capacity for work, and conseientiousness will see Tom through anything. F. S, HA RXVOOD Stu. Comes from Moose Jaw of which fact both Stu. and Moose Jaw are very proud. He went through public and high schools and then came to the U. of S. He has since divided his time between classes, shows, water polo, fencing and designing airplanes. A sincere friend to all, we join in wishing Stu. the best of everything in the future. .fx- w .., 1 at ., 'sgiyjei 'z DC' 6 JJ, J Q ,: 'tif' le 35,513 -my-v ff- ,' .-.+ H, 4 X 3. sf' 'Q -ev- V2 . V...-N, 2 ffl i, Q ., W .n.. Q- 0- ---T" " x- :ELL-I. W .l. . 5, "' ' A043414 ,, T ' ' ls- . M.. 41114 gQ -M. -'H .fl . Ill . .- f Ill IQLMV .4 gr: NET? fi 4 f G . N, l I L tiludl lxGlell:iv luv 1 'V u 1 Q A Q.:s.s?,n l oi U1-71.5 'gf ""' wi QF, FIIEIJEIKIVK SULON HUMIXIEL The big noise in the t'.O.T.l", bllllllmht' plays the alruni. lf'-redmlie L-mines from Nolcomis. XYill probzlbly not become an good politician, as he hzis shown his ability als u mechanical engineer. greg- ,.a22if,',gvw' fi: , ' f XYILLIAM KALBFLEISCH Q ': Bill plrtook of eduezition in Victoria Sehool. ,S-i, - Nutuna Collegiate, and then enrolled in the Col- " lege of Pl1:n'maL'y, but luter decided engineering E offered more scope for his talents, thzln ice rreim ,I sodas His chief pastimes are skating, windmills :ind the Walter Winuhell act. Good luck Bill. JOSEPH x1ALcoLM MILLMAN Q.. 'efg::as.f,::- , . . . Q A Born in Jzipnn, Jo-Jo received his educ-ation 1. ' in Toronto and at Nutuna l'H11E'gilltG. Besides e Q being general at muster parades, inanaiger of 2- ' -' ' Varsity basketball, taking part in Engineering SXViI1llTll11g', lnusliatlmll and waiter polo and looking after the Engineers' interests on the sos-izil di- ., HVI, , i e ' 1'f:'C'lOI'2ll.G, he finds time to monopnlize at verttiin .E55g:':"i':"' young lmly's spare moments. A good engineer A It if there eve-1' was one. -5.5 MOIITIMEH ANDREW MONTGOMERY Fume to Varsity in '30 from Xlfapella tu study L . among other things, Mechanical Engineerine. Plnlyed inte-rfac-ulty hoekey through the yeuis . ant is ll eo or man in boxing. At present doing researc-h on applying feminine curves to the i design of automobile bodies. '4Monty" leaves ,Q with the best wishes of all the boys. iz. f HERBERT OLIVER PEELING . 4 One of the youngest of our class, is ai great -.Ai tuvourite in the fourth year. He-rbie's wor- ries have concerned the whole lab and he has -X nlwziys. won our whole-hearted support. A gen- f 1:11 disposition und 21 good fellow we all wish ' him the best for the future. E . lvl I fl-IN l " Q-.:5'Hgfg"?+ fl if W .- Ii p ' - - -.-Mg, , -. .. gf' 5. 333. E -...--wel. I xl D E- X A :s l 11:1 gf f it ' lg.. -- ,. ,.. " 5 N --29+ fi-:V ". - ,Yr - V ' ,V ' ': rf gf , - ' If fe Z Y-5 ,-"T" ...l' 5 Us 1 -"AW I I Il Q mm .f. LE ifigyg i 1 M m f s' 'AZ 5-as' A 'A 51 1'Al'l. SCHALEII U Paul huils from Basel, Switzerland. Quiet, persistent. tlllllllllgll in his wurli. :1 shnrk :it ' , handling the slide rule, he has seviirwl himself V an place :nnung his fellnw students. Mzufliine design is his lmbby, and if intern-st in that line vontinues, we shzill huzir of him lui:-r. Best nislies. I'z1ul. rx. F111-Ili, XY. 'l'HOXYliI,l, The tuwn thzil Fred calls home when not ut Varsity is Sultuuits. Is one uf the must pruliiif- L-lass-cutters the Engineers have ever knnwn und - is zilwtiys :1 suuree nf great amazement to the rest vf the lads hnw Fred gets the rnxirlis. 'iVhen not :it the rink or tripping the light fiintzistit' he shows quite :in interest in skating and dzinn-ing. HUXY.-Xlllh ll. L'IlQl'HAll'l' fJlONVill'llvS shy smile and quiet manner hzis led him to he known ziruund the Engineering build- ing as "Busketlmll Burnham." Hnwie is some- what uf ll cmitiwtiuiiist for he keeps his nuse on the grindstone. his mind on lmslie-tlxzill, his heart with the girls, :ind his feet Un the straight Zllifl iizi1'i'rm'. After seeing, "1'rn No Angel" Howie decided to folluw Hnnwe Sree-ley's aulvive. .L XY. XVATSUN Bill came frurn Maple Creek where he 1'eveivetl both his public und high sf-hi-ol emlilvzilibli, He Iirst appeared :lt Varsity in 15030 to juin the boys wht: study to the hum uf geiiemtfws He is will- ing to disc-uss almost anything, with anyone, at anytime, and has the ability to achieve mush in life. XYILLIAM CECIL XVEIH L'ummr:nly liiimvii as "YVez11'y XVillie" ur "the late Bill XXX-ir." A busy man during exams. his pet subject being Chem. 16, Greatest weakness: Arriving at SI.Ul.I for 8.30 lectures and making dumb c-1'z1cks. Ambition: To design un engine that runs, and learn to play sm-cel-. So, Bill, here's luck from ull the boys and the "Slit-lier." 2 245'- 4' 7 ni iw ' 1 ' ini Aa iw MA, N "' ' - J " CZ-'N'f '6-Tihnmff-E. , I - VK i in It , f , of V t f f' n ... ' Q 16 I' "- 3 9 1 TM' , l i A QEQL V M .i.... x .. uamki it l Qi ,f 5. ' . 2 ' -' 4 4 Q 1 E35 y -I 4,211 .RMB N -. m f: , n::if fEy, A , :Ei - ' - Q x, ' . :OIF v' - ' . .1-'fuzflf ' -1 1 " ' ' . 'f YM-1 .A Ad. .1 ws, ix, --V -' n, .1. T'1 F- . - ' I ia.. -5.1: sv X X ..... " -- f 2 - ..,, XVILBUR XVIIIGHT Graduating from Nutana Collegiate. XVilbur entered Varsity and the College of Engineering in '30, Ever since that "never-to-be-forgotten" initiation day. he has been recognized as one of the "bright lights" of the College. A strong be- liever in 35 minute lectures, he invariably ar- rives at least 10 minutes late. May yours be the very best of everything, VVilbur. GORDON YOUNG NVYNESS Plenty, Sask.. supplied the College of Engineer- ing plenty, in stature, student and athletic abil- ity. and an all-round good fellow, in "Slim." Although known by sight only to the ladies, he is well known and liked by the men as a member uf the senior basketball squad for three years and as a student uf no mean ability. Al'l'l'Ill'll E. ADLAM Commonly known as "Slic'ker"-the playboy of the senior year, who has won himself a host of friends with his L-heerful, take-21-Chanee dispo- sition and his marvelous abilitydto get along with a minimum of work, XVe now join in wish- ing Art the success which must surely follow. VERNON IJALLIN Coming from the woods of Yorkton. Vern ar- rived at the Vniversity to take Engineering. Successfully heading dramaties for two Consecu- tive years gives the "slide-rule" man a distinc- tion that no Engineer has ever had before. He is the reason why the Engineers have taken a great interest in dramaties. Vern also wins un- dying fame for being the boy with a fresh joke for the senior Ciyils every Monday morning. DONALD ALEXANDER FORBES Don came to Varsity in 1925! from Nutana Col- legiate. He took a year off in 1931 to look after the provincial highways program and returned to resume his studies the following year. After cleaning up in a pulp and paper deal this fall he turned his interests towards .aquatic lsportsl, playing on the water-polo team. His sunny smile and Irish wit have won him a host' of friends, it not the Crap games, , 12 if-ii - ""?-F -e -Q -uhm e W ..f X 1 +4,e., ,f .41 Q V ue., Qie. .i ..""..l. E f e .91 it .norm Missmzia .lohn's pi-owe,-ss in sport won him ax plum- on the Varsity ruglry squad fm' two seasons. Prom- inent in 1':l1l.1'll'IOUl'iI1Q,' hot-key for two yeurs. 111- hml, howeve-r, ll'Il!1SfEl'l"3ll his ztllegiunve to the more "s-olm't'11l :n't" of Iigure Skating, llis ex- tensive expl-i'iv11:'e in soviztl 1-irvles has insult- him nn authority in the civil lull. .Xn active member of the Newman vluh. be-ing' treasurer this yt,-:liz .Speciztltie-sz Math T, convrute 2llll,l blondes. HEOIIGE AR'l'lll'll SILVER From the winclswept plains of Unity where wuter is not 1-onsitleretl ll drink to the quiet of 'l'eni1ier:uit'e Street. Art has shown no had effevts from the vlizxnge of environment. Besides being rink manager, star Huskie and Quaker tle-fem-e Illilll. ull Suslmta-liewan middle wing, the "hit" of the '32 Agro hull, he still Iinlls time In study. 'l'houg'h un outstanding member of the "vivils" he cheers for Elluczttion. KENNETH XV. XYILKINSON XVilkie, as he is known znwunll the Engineering building, hails from Print-e Albert. XVhile ut Varsity he has become notwl for his Al Ritchie stunts and Knute 1-Incline ability in promoting Engineering' teams and is the vhief reason why interf:1Culty sports trophies rest with the En- gineers. He has of late provetl to be quite ti social sum-ess. IJULYJLAS 'l', XYILLIS There will he at Stl'21ll,2'E' vile-nee in the sl-nior lzth when we lose this Cheerful guy who huils from P.A. Two yeareg as it Varsity left end, foul' uf Swirrlrnillg, and two of se-lliur lJ2lSkQtb2lll, along with being Varsity's midclle-weight wrestling vhztmpion :incl one of the he-st Water-polo players in captivity, class him as at real athlete. H0 will do anything for at mere nominal elmrge. Put at toe hold on some of those bridges, Doug, DAVID LIVINGSTUNE CAMPBELL Born ut Nokomis and reveivell his early edu- :-zition the-re. Entered Varsity in '30 and now :rucluates in Chemical Engineering. Played interfaculty hockey three years, inte1'fz'1c't1lty rugby one year .md senior rugby for the lust two seasons. A good fellow but at social lion- "Yc-nit, vitlit, ivit." it e. X l ." fr? Mr : , 5:1 ly - ig' um' ' . X r ' V ISE Q l . ,kg F: Q . WV ' 1 I I 1 '5 1-30' . V ir , J- .,-...,-T.. - ,e fe-1 2' - 1 . te A. L t ,.. f ..f ,ff 414. ,, 5-f-fxfya .fi X . J. M5531 AA ,z-on E -W.. x f' "' .'P'?.E ' T- . Q. . V Av- -5- ., 432 g , 'f :vi .L H .f O Wk f u ' '-f 1 M.. jil rl t v 6 -I t N 7 -4' V i ll 1 '- r A Q it 2-,.s.Q ,.Q..J.?.x-.v-fill I A M 1 A ff- N V ' J , G11 T- X 'A' .r' Li t' . . 4--5.:3:ig:::..15:1-.::.A' Q, . . 3, 1 r - .WN -zafi- - A V v:3:r5:f.5-:',. Q " -2.. " . 1 - ' .!2fS""' . ' 1 .,:":-'49-.5 Q :TEE x A- .1102 T-' '23 .1-e ---- , 'i A-if n- 3i2.iT,f'iim V .-..... .L' J Q. . -+ PETER L. GRAHAM Pete graduated from Moose Jaw Central Col- legiate and came to Varsity to take Engineering. He is an outstanding athlete, playing rugby with Moose Jaw juniors, four years with Varsity sen- ior rugby and four years senior basketball, cap- taining the latter team for two years. He is popularily know among the co-eds as the strong silent man. His favorite class was Physics -12. KENNETH C. GRAHAM At the end of his second year in Engineering, Ken. decided that he was too young, and so left to take a course at Moose .Jaw Technical School. NVhile there he helped the Junior Maroons lo get into the dominion rugby finals. A scholar- ship man in his third year, a member of the senior rugby squad, and Engineefs basketball and water-polo teams, Ken. leaves to become a member of the firm of P. XV. Graham 8 Sons. contractors. Moose Jaw, DAVID S. KIRKBIIIIJI-5 Regina is his home town but he has a craving for the scenery around North Battleford. Kirk. shines in scliolastics and athletics. Has a sr-holarship and a survey prize. Represented Varsity in track, basketball and swimming Holds the intercollegiate pole vault record and was manager of the track team. Engineering rugby, water-polo, track, basketball, and swim- ming, as well as secretary-treasurer of the so- ciety, have kept him busy. HOYVAIIIJ BI. LAXVSUN The society man, formerly of Moose Jaw Cen- tral Collegiate, and now graduating in t'i'.'il Engineering. Howard is a society booster, being a member of lztst year's executive and treasurer this year. His many ideas have contributed con- siderably to the present successtul organization. He is a supporter of all branches of athletics and plays interfaculty water-polo. ' JOHN ALEXANDER LOGAN Better known as "Johnny." Graduated in Science '29. YVent to Queens to study Engineer- ing in 1930 but returned to Sask. in '31. Has played on four Varsity hockey teams. captain '33-34: three Varsity rugby teams, captain '32: he has also been prominent in basketball and water-polo. President of the V..-LD. in '32-33 and has Won a major award for athletics. In between times he has minaged to receive several "A's" each year. You will generally rind him making a "dash" after a "Dot " exif Q 1 -. ', ,4-.gy fs K . gm ' i n f? f fw E 1 nl i so .i i .i l..-:s.L- .Q 5.3.-il l ' 6:50 nf, -312.1 ROY MELVILLE DONALD Migrate-cl to Varsity from Ro1:lcl1ay'ei1. after ' tx 4, three years at Hattleffird Collegiate. HQ- con- ja V ' sitlers himself insulted when askfqtl by a Prof. ' e y" In :ln any work. Looks sleepy lnut we Know :lite M P" ferent, lor he manages to pull flown the otltl "A," ff-- .-Xmhition: Doubtful. is L. 1 irgt-K EIJXYIN CECIL HUIIIJ In -' "Fei-." hails from AI'll'l,lLIiS. lleveireml early if -li - eiluvatinn in Moose Jaw, Graduated with HA. f 4,2-Q in '32, and grzultiates this year in 1'hemit'al En- I ' gineering. A fenuei' de luxe. "Heres hoping i -'Mi' you hook an heiress, Ceo!" ' :es IIALPH LESTER XYALES f i it 2 5 Halls from Buchanan. Took his Gracle 12 at , rm 've Yorlctnn and entered Varsity in '34I. Hratluates f I ' this year in Cheniic-al Engineering. Specialty: i N Y Herman A. Ambition: To be 42nd Vit-e-piwsicleiit 'Q uf a big oil company. ff 2, I P JOHANNES G. NGRDAL Joe is a young man from whom the ceramics world is going to hear before very long. His usually quiet clerneanour cloaks a very warm and interesting personality, His tastes and tal- ents are wide, even though mostly expressed by "beer steinsf' Swede has also been one of the Varsity rugby line. Eff F X v i Y r ,-1?-'AX L ,X . i .. ..,-m,-s- - N is V J '1 1. ' " , f ,r-,-TEL., ,, ,.. gtduz A I W A W ll , ,A 52.133 , "I f.. 1 ... "' "' ,F E ' lf ,pf jg!-V E .. 1 -, H, in-1, I I l i 5 Wi axi ,,V,5,E V . 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Q:Q. l..i'HMtLv , QMEI Q: s ,i .i.,"'i..l. -5 . 9 Soccer A Craig, Gray, XVeii', Llllll,llE', Mr:Tiitf'lii0, Coltlitliwl, Hill, Fleuelliug, IJl't'll'1,'2'C1', l"o1'te1', lie-Pd. After bi-vzikiiig' thcir jiux last your by whining the Socc-or cup, the lfliigiiim-1's clocitlcdly proved tht-ii' right to possvsisioii of thci "Ling" trophy by dvfoatiiig' Eimiiaiiucl for thc first timc in lllilllj' seasons. The team was cxc-on-diiigly well-halaiic-od with the smoothcst and fastest forward line on tht- czunpus and a stone-wall aloft-1100. We wish to pay tributc to those who haw pluycd their last gziniv for tho Colh-ge, uamcly: Luiidie, Di-icdgcr, Paints and XVci1'. This will be a blow to ucxt scasoiifs team but the Eiigiueers are not easily dcfcatcd. VVe hope to see them still holding the cup when the dust, clears away next, fall. Q-Q K H 9 ks 19 iX17 l l Li g-igglffiffkx h K a l' :E fQjg i!h f'fi1fhEf' 1'Q'1f 'f1,g -ij if 'EQ I Tug-of-Wcur 1P5'ck,VStr:WfLllt, Cunuplu'-11. I,1-gun. H11-gun. f.'h2ll'Ill4'lSlii. l1:'znlmn1, Hill'1'iSlPl1, Sh2ll'lM'. Thu' lmcst iifh1iTiOl1 tu thv Hl12'illl'Q?l'S' zxlwzxvly t'Xtt'11SiYC c-olh-c'tiu11 ul Ni1Yk'1'XY2ll'l' is the Vhicf Iffbllillil UIQ'-uf-Will' Trophy which was wuu O11 thr- dusty flmu' uf the Rutl1v1'fmml ill't'llil lust 1121114-lXX'K"t,'l1 night. Althuugh 'fha vup is nut the biggvst in thu- c-uhinvt mul thuugh it Illilf' not have hu-u hzllwh-st to win. it Sets ut? to mlvzllltzxgv thx- Liltlc T111-aT1'v trophy whivh ms also "just nuwed i11.u tlu- .4 XXX 'x-, ll- me fffzi 1'7"-7"?i .. L ll - rwnnll' . L -Y A A e"" i1'f.' fl 'run - - ,, p g '- f igs. fl! T -' ', ' - Q36 .-MP1 -.. 'f E-.ffsgizil l,"'l M359 Water Polo x ' 1 Melwlruni, Young, Lnroux, XYillis, Logan, Hzirwoml, Yulfle, Teillman. This year the Ellg'll1l't'1' 's eiiti-rn-ml two teams in the "A" league and one in the "li" league. The high sem-es by which the Transit men have won their gznnes in the "A" league are a fair imlieation that we will retain our supremzley in This lmxneli of sport. The Crunliite Trophy is lhe I't'XV2ll'tl of the Top-liulc-l1el's. Aceoiwliiig' To The SllL'21l:, the big-shots of thi- temn are Young hurl Willis. but some that they nlon't know about 211-en lmgun, Tallman, AlL'l1l1'llll1, l.e1'oux. Harwood, Vahle, Hodge, Millman, llrailimn, Alexander. Brown, Ma-Burin-y. Farrell. Clnircl and Kirkbride. The Manning' trupliy fm- swimming is also held hy the Engineers and will he eontested for at the annual Inter-Faculty Swimming Meet. The Illilllilgvl' is U. T. XVillis. J I l l M ff 5 . i Q16 T t i 1 1 :97 fi t i ' Q Q Basketball x A fil'Il1LlI1l. t'h:i1'-1. Ilfvilzltt, NVi1lis, Fzirrwfl. Fiulxiysim, tirulismi. IIl11'f11ll!, it'ilIil'IP1, Moore. For tht- 1ast two yvzirs tht- HBl'1t-lgftfrlglli1t,1L'1'NH liuw 119111 tliv 1Jas11t-t1Jz111 Cup. Tlic Illttll'-I'12lf'l11ff' lwilgllt' has nut yet 1J1'l'11 vuniplt-tt-11 but thc 1'1ll2'1llt'Cl'S art- lmattling for tirst 111216-0 with Arts 211141 Agrus. The line-up iucludt-s suc-11 11utz11i1cs as Pi-tv H1'a1imi1, Kvu. i1l'2l1l2ll11, Frank Rowatt. Ilerric-k i'2ll'1'O11, -101111 Moor, "Peanuts" H31'L11llg'. Elgin L'11ai1'd, Jim Finlayson and Stun. F211'1'011. T110 TUQIIN is 111111:-1' the ziuillzigviiivlit of 13. T. Wi11is. n 'I JU' 91 I '., , 4 ., I -J ' az- ,faux -1 'ei Q' I m-, , '..'v F . '. fb: ,- I 1. ' xl' .. -V - 1 --'51, -04- , . tbl! , 91 ' I l LJ 5-iv. . in I 1 iff V -I .' .', I ,' 'JPL ' V 0 , , . b. xg. -Cgfxv' 4 -jl'su' ', , v ' .-2 - '.ff1v" 2'4" 'NCIS V 1 ' as - ,L Y4.,. " FN' O 'lm fi 11. .-f' , , v 1? W Vie I ay. T .qi fd 4 t ,' 'Ll In !!ll in " 'fi - xx , ' h , :H-, ' J G-W V 3 Y Q12 ff ' , W D , Q Q X -"fl 1 1 - X J,J:f F- f ,.. X? Rf "I X fy A ' M -1 Xi -"' pi --in - J ' ' " AQ - ' EMMANUEL ff' yn YY - , -. ,gr " ' A-Q ,--- -NX I . ' by .1ij 'rifAf-Ylixv . i w - " T ' P 1'f' '.'j7 " -I . Q:-Q W4 1 Q X ng J JTYYM ,Ai Qld, ja. , - A l u Higgs I k M Bl I If Foreword K, J XYELL authentivatcfl tradi- Agifi tion liantlm-tl tlown by a pro- ,fi yious P1'i1n-ipal ot' Emmanut-l t'ollm-or tc-Ils us how that on tht- first ilay tho l'niversily QE ol' Sasltatc-ln-wan opvin-til ln,-r tloors thr horizon was Sf'2i11l1l'kl for stutlents, antl how that whcn hopt-s wort- almost gone a group of Emman- uelitvs was st-on Crossing' thc prairie towards the city to t-nrol in tho first class at thc tht-n down-town l'nivvr- sity. lil ..1 'Q E " . .... - Q 443' ,Q Q F, ,4- Twi-nty-fiyo yvars ago that hap- Ifkllltltl. ln thc sainv ycaxithe lY11lVC1'- sity of limmainnll Colhfgo c-ntcrvtl into affiliation with tht- provincial l'niyc1'sity of Saskatvhewan. surrcn- ilering to thc nvw l'nivcrsity the name whit'-h was originally hers. From that inlay to tht- 1n't-sont the rt-lations which have vxistwil hctwern the two institu- Tm: Ricy. I RINVIPAL Huxs1.,xM tions liayi- ln-vii thc very happiost and wt- trust mutually profitable. 3 XVith thc maximum of 1-t-sport and appri-ciatioli our students look to tho prt-siilent and tactulty of tht- lvniyersity of Saskatchewan to load thoin in tht- avt-nuus of literary. classiv and sf-ivntific lore, and upon tho under- gratluatvs of thc l'l1lY0l'Sllf' as c-ollcaguus in a grt-at privilege. They them- st-lyt-s. while sticking to hring' t-clat to their own c-ollcgc hy ac-liieyement in athlvtic-, tlebating, histrionic, as wt-ll as in aoadcinic ficlds, are t-vcr ani- matul as much hy the thought of hringing honour to thc University as by wvaying cliaplets for tlicinselycs. Einmainiel Collogc unites in congratulating thc lfniversity .of Saskat- cln-wan on this ln-r anniyt-rsary and prays that she may become an ever- iin-roasiiig' sourvo of light and inspiration to the young lifc of Xllestorn Ualnula. W .. l'11 1 .en : i 1 G. H. 000111111111 Emmonuel College Students' Associotion 1IIlllUl'IlI'jf I'1'c.sz'fI1111t P11012 S1-1E1,111s1'R11 I'1'1'.s1frif"111' - 411430. ll. 4100111111111 V111-I'1'1'.s1'fIr'11t - J. H. M1'K1c.1Y Slfff'flllfll-7lI'f'llSllI'l 1' ---'- S. B. H1'11.I,1c This yn-111' l'lHlIl12ll1lll'l has ilgillll 111a1cl1- l1111' 1:011t1'il111ti011 t0 thu lifc ot' the ll11iVe1'sity. Most of thc- 1111111 1111111 lJl'011 tz1ki11Q' classes at the lY11ive1'sity. Our soccer tcz1111 has not shout- with its usual l11'illia11cQ but we are able t0 console Oll1'S0lVOS with tho successes of thc laaslictlmll t0z1111. Our 111911 have been l1ez11'cl ill sc1'o1'al clolmtcs 011 the Qz1111pus. The domestic affairs of the College have ht-G11 1'01l1H1'liHl7lO for the even tt-11o1' of their ways. Tlll?l'Lx has boon 110 battle, HlU1KlC1', or sucldeu death. To those of us who 21111 g'1'a1d11ati11g this your it seems Z1 Very short time since wo first 0111110 hero. XVQ li-ave with El ll10l1S2i11Cl 111e11101'ics 01' lIl11dl1EtSSOS, p1'iVilCgQs, joys, and s01'1'ows of that little worlcl-E111111111111el. ah. ' - 'T I 3 1 7 ' Ywg gf v ' f?kAi V ?,v iff? ' - ei-ae.'i.....""..f...tcgf.'l QQQZEIQ: efiQ1..l,r'...l eie . 5 .g5.,5:.- 1,+'-f.-,Vi-vngcm " ' 'iilfft ' e A 11 - .1 ' 'fe Ei"- - 1' is X.. we GEORGE HARRISON GOODREID Students' choice for Senior Stick in '33. IIe was aetive in debating each year and also turn- ed out with the soccer team. His ability to re- fuse some literary efforts made the Rotunda a success last year. He came to Emmanuel in '29 on hearing there was a dearth of good profs and despite numerous hospital visits graduates in the customary time. A. L. DAVIES Leslie came to Emmanuel in '29 after consider- able experience in the Church army in England and Eastern Canada. He has taken a keen in- terest in student affairs, being Year President in his junior year. and a member of the Missions Committee. He has also shown something of his histrionie ability, being the Wilmer of the Mc- Lorg cup in '32. Au revoir and best wishes! JAMES A. T. ELLIOTT Jim entered Emmanuel in 1929, coming to us from Ireland. Since eoming to College most ol' his spare time has been spent in clubs. clans and classes. He has given valuable aid to the Publiesitions Iloard A keen student of the Class- ics. "Sant hic etiam sua praemia laudiq sunt lacrimae rerum et mentem mortalia tangunt!" Our best wishes for his future go with him! RICHARD FOSTER Foster denies ever being asked to play the role of Falstaff, though he has always had a keen interest in dramatics. He has taken part in numerous College plays and for two years has been College representative on the University Dramatic Directorate. He has also distinguished himself in basketball, playing for three seasons on the "H" team. JOHN A. HEMPSON .Tohn's great thirst is metaphorical and not for liquids as the following list shows. In 1915 he became an Associate of Ontario Agricultural College, University of Toronto. In 1925 he eol- lected B.S.A. from McGill U. He has been sea- sonal inspector of insect pests. Student at Bishops College in P.A. Beekeeper at the U. of S. and beekeeping instructor at the Technical School. He graduates L.Th. ' . zlgqgli- 1, ' , --:,,,. .4 -Q -:bQ- X ,., . K, QM Y fi, .L TT ' " f x. ,g h . ' 1:- 1.285 f EELS w e ss. - - . ' 7-'M ,fi ,qi , - 'J 1 ' an I- -5 i - 1 4 Q 7 at A S133-i".1-JA i A Q49 TOM JONES Came to Emmanuel from St. Aidan's College, Birkenhead, England. His motto has been "Ich Dieu" and this is how he followed it: Social Director. Secretary Mission Committee. Secre- tary-Treasurer Hover Crew, Sacristan, Organist. Postman. and President of the Organ Committee. In his freshman year he reached the finals in the debates for the Guild cup. XV. S. NOBLE Pats career in College has been a busy one. In his freshman year lie was active in debating and soccer. and since then he has served on the Missions Committee and Publications Board, and taken part in dramatics. Despite present day cries for peace, Pat has encouraged a warlike art by acting as President of Emmanuel Fencing Club. This genial Irishman graduates in Arts and Theology this year. As he leaves us to gn to a new stage in his work, he has our best wishes for the future. GEORGE SNAPE Born in Manchester, George came to Emman- uel after a varied career. In 1914 he went to France with the '4Old Contemptiblesf' The life there bored him so he sojourned in Germany for a few years. where he was a continual source of annoyance to the authorities. Since he joined Emmanuel he has been active in every form of sport in connection with the College, In his freshman year he achieved fame as a debater. Last year he was the winner of the "Dean Close" prize. F. C. XVHITTINGTON XVith Dick's graduation Emmanuel is in dan- ger of breaking a tradition-we will be without a war veteran or a married student! Dick entered Emmanuel in 1930. In College he has taken an active interest in music and dramatics. and has been a regular contributor to "The Rotunda." of which he is Assistant Editor. He finishes his College career as President of the Graduating Class. Dick's greatest work-"How Liturgics can be made interesting"-may never be published. It would mean another broken F. tradition! - H. TV. J. URQUHART Our Henry arrived in 1929 and graduates with L.Th. this year although he will still kick around . next year. His record of achievements is ex- Q 4 cellent. He has debated for the college and the V University. been a member of the gym team, ' boxed in the semi-final and silenced his critics X by being in the college quartet. if I . I - 4? gpg! ls ' - :.. ' ' . - -Q-Q-r '-- ' 523 21-2- L 2' - 1 u g ,4 ,, gn .., ef . A f' Jfzzw-W f '7fii?f4 fi . qA7f?9f . I ... ' ' 'ff ' S--i f - ' - , . f Q13 dim 'i.Mnif.5.i f ul Sails-'J i- 3 Qi Basketball hi '31 G. Snape, Prof. XV, F, Harfoot. J. Ridlpy, E. S. Light, R. Foster, J. R. Fife-, A. Spence. C. H. Daisley: G. A. Cross, Manager: A. Sc-ruse, Captain. Thu toam was Qoiisidcrably strengthened this ye-ai' by the addition of four fresliineii-especially Daisley. Still' f01'wa1'd. and Spvnco as guard. Ridlcy has again proven invaluable as a dcfcncc man, supporting thu Scrase-Cross-Daisloy i'01'wai'f1 lino. XVith mort- practice in shooting, and bvltci' combination this should dowlop into a first-rate team. ef-Q sg f W T w e FUI!!! Meg E Jw-'Ai i l Soccer 'wr' 'A Baci: Row: G. H. Goodreid, LJ. Y. A. Browne. A. Spence, C. J. Daisley, F. A. Cook, XV. Hewitt, A. E. Render. Jlidflle Rolf: G. Snape lCaptainl. J. P. Cooper, G A. Cross, E. XY1'ight, XV. R. f.'1'llYQll. Front H0101 C. J. Brown, E. S. Light, E. Cole, A, J. XV. Serase, S. B, Guillc. Prospects of a particularly effective and combined football team looked bright at the beginning of the season. The freslnnan year strengthened both the attack and defence con- siderably by giving us a CQ1ll1'Q-f01'XV2lNl, inside-left and a goal keeper. Emmanuel defeated St. Andrews 2-0 in the first, game. displaying better co-operative work than has been customary in the last few seasons. This winning team never took the field again. An epidemic of acci- dents took off five players, breaking up the combination, and giving the team a generally unfinished appearance, especially in attack. The remaining games resulted as follows: Emmanuel vs. Agros O-Og Emmanuel Vs. Arts and Science 1-lg Emmanuel Vs. Engineers 1-2. - XVe congratulate Engineers on winning the cup. and hope to relieve them of it next season with al considerably strengthened team. 5558 Q13 Ju an uk mfg-5 1 f .93Sf m m"n b Q19 - Q, vm' " . L, ,,,. f V, 23 . uuuu. 'Q ff'- E. ', . -V4 -mp ' 1 ,- A umm, ga .. .. A ,kr A ,L f 'V 1912- , 558 fe 1, 5 ' VU. ., . X' cmanoxvu Q -v urrsaunv v 7' rv M Es . X D , fl , , Q 1 '. X L . 1 .,,:, - SLB. KIRCH V. , ri- . - ' ,. , J ' A.E.EVAN5 V' ., , fl.- ?'f?'.,, ' e,,,,,.? ,I Ni JA!-2 BEMTIE MWNUA iurrau , , A.:, 1 . 4 J.R. MURRAY ' VICE PREHDEIT A N 3 9 PwiE.H.HADDOC'KS wg , 6.04. GIUDRIID PWBADEIU' E HAORDAN E. wnmur Af. Reuben Y 1: Q- , ' f - 9 f 5 H 1 ni . A . GH. JAHE5 is I V BM HEWHT' 'SEM Q41 5 . Dba . , - Q 5 R. PHILLIPS 1 .A ,H ,A 1' ' I JR CUGPER G.A.CR05S EJJVHITIIIG 3 '3' f vt JR.-fir: A 9 if 5' ,, fa K M i33.6UlLhE, A SEC.-THEAI. fi , 2 a an f X 'T 44 -4 x ., A A , J ll . . fe! A '. "iv, 4 - E' Q 3 VLH. CRAVEN f Q , ? RQPHII 1 5 + 335 J 'EM S3 ' A 'smcii' N 5 ' 'e.s?msr-kk -T 'VQT' 'c . I my T 'iff' c " Qi aff -g 1 - T -in ta A' 1 1 Q l ' , S v l , Q43 til at l at-.sf ki .QL Alu-if A A 619 Debating Interest in Emmanuel debaters has been distributed over the three regular classes of debates. For the Vniversity in the Mc-Houn cup series. Mr. H. l'rqnhart debated against a visiting team from Alberta. Against a team from Bates t'ollege. l'.S.A., Mr. tl. Parrott also represented the l'niversity. ln the Debating l'nion ot' the l'nive1-sity Messrs. ll. l'rquhart and J. Beattie represented Emmanuel at two separate meetings. Within our own college the Guild cup debates have been pursued. The student body approved ot' the parliamentary system ot' debating and it has been given a trial this year. The pressure ot' work caused two teams to withdraw from the competition and three debates will complete the contest. Messrs. ll. Parrott and A. Evans won the Huild cup last year. The annual freshman debate was held at the beginning of the academic year at which the remaining freshmen made a briet' speech. A variety was introduced into one ot' the theological classes lay holding a debate upon the date and authorship ot' one ot' the Epistles. Since the necessary preparation for a debate may detract from class-work. this use of debating suggests a possible compromise. Dramatic The play chosen for "College Night" was "The Thread til' Scarlet." It is a tragedy set in a country inn. lfircumstantial evidence sends a man to the gallows. The end of the play reveals the real murderer, who through his greed unwittingly confesses to the crime. The parts were ably taken by members of Emmanuel College. Social Social activities. for various reasons. were not as numerous as in the previous year. During the first term. the Vollege entertained the Anglican l'reshmen attending the Vniversity. This. judging by the singing and gaiety, was a great success. Early in the month of December we had the privilege of entertaining the SCM. Choir. after the Annual Choral Services. The Graduation Dinner held early in March. was the "grand finale" ot' the social activities for the year. 1-" ,,-yfvru . 'l. F , f .-P . Ja X A ..,,f V. 1, . U., F A -ff' , V 1 1 ' E. is rr '-' '25 L 'ln , E .34-I ,, .v,,. 4 1 I' X' . J-, . 'r " .45 5 . ',f. H., 4 1. .. 4 if '51 xi. . - H. . .9 A- PC l '1 ull u . , . , I I 'ji 4 L I 1 L14 ,-H 4 Q b w 1' - V -H .L f - .g. -. I n -' -1 2 -vi w " -- Y +1 2 IJ 1 1425 n f . q'e4"' 'U '5ffffi77Ti ii "X1. it A PAX ' A THE ' M11 ,I L ' fQa -1,14 i fflff- 1 ,QQ L , F J! , QQ! - :fi 1?, QNX 7 Q af ffl asf 'lf 9 iv F-s milf, 'V 1' M1 r W' PHARMACY -N"' I ll f r I gg, I--32 - eng, J, 'J X f 'Q f""f' 3r-ff 4 ei '4 . . t L, l, I :F ar ka s - il, . DI 'Ti Q-1. l tlt nl tit lk--5'-'gxm-u-f J-Qnu.27l.uixnTf'iIL I In lb lg Foreword Q G, ITH tl1e beginning of 1934 the College ot' Pharmacy en- J4- tered on the 21st year of its ' ef? existence. Un January 6th, Ht- -ff Li-as 5 21 , . 191-1, the first group of Phar- ' macy students gathered at the University, and began study un- der the wise and kindly direction of P1'ttl.6SS01' tfampbell. This new School ol' Pharmacy had an importance ex- tending beyond the confines of the Province which it was to serve, for it was the first to be organized as an integral part ot' a Canadian Univer- sity. and thus it initiated a movement which has since spread until every tfanadian College of Pharmacy has reached. or is approaching, a similar position. At first there was undoubtedly a tendency for students of the older Colleges of the l'niversity to eye this new group somewhat askanceg and a D15-KN E- L- WOODS corresponding tendency for this group to hold itself decidely aloof. Viiith the passing years these tendencies rapidly disappeared and Pharmacy t'lasses came to participate more and more fully in University activities and to prove themselves fully worthy of a place on the campus. In the classroom, in sports and in social activities, students of our t'ollege during these twenty years have benefited greatly by our associa- tion with the other t'olleges in the University, and in turn have made important contributions in all phases ot' l'niversity life. The Twentieth Graduating Class has ably upheld the traditions of its predecessors, and has established new ones ot' its own, in spite of the extraordinary stress ot' the time during which it has held sway. Its members may feel justifiable pride and satisfaction in having played their part in bringing their College through a ditficult period without a break in thesteady progress which has marked its entire history. 4 1 - 1-.. 1-is "' - - Q36 f 1 11 4 B .. 5.-.v-.z-A L 1 616 Pharmacy Students' Association 1l1111n1'1n'1f I'1'fs1'1I1'11f -f.. 11113131 E, I., XY111111s l'r1s1'1lr11I - - 1-1. I". l11f:11111s1f111111 1v2i1'! -l,!'4 s1'1l1 nf - - t'. S. 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Vive-P11-si111-111 111-11 111111 SP11ll11' Stick Stcw. 11111'111111. Next i11 the way of a1'ti1'iti1-s 111111111 a w1'i11111' 1-1111st 2l1'1'i1112'CL1 115' K. Tf'61'l1li111 111111 2111 1-?11fl0f'i11J1Q 1'1'1-11i11g was spout 113' th11 1'i1'111' 1Ji1l11i 1111ti11g' w1-i111-1's 111111 1311115 111111 singing' s1111g's. Early i11 No1'c111l11e1' our S1'11lO1' Stick. Stow. H111'1lo11, was f111'1-1-11 to 111111e1'g11 1111 op111'11tio11 for 1111111-1111icitis 211111 owing 111 21 long' 1-1111x'1111-sc-1-1101 was 1111111110 to 00111111116 his y1-a1"s work. Tho big event of tho YCE11' 1-111116 111 tho 11111111111 1'111'111al 111111111 W111'l1 the College of P1181'I11HCf' was host to 11111 11th111' 111111-Q1-S 111 "COC'O2ll111t iY11'1'1V9.M The Legion H1111 was 1'1-1'tai111y 21 t1'1111sfo1'11111ti1111 1111111 its usual S1-lf 111111 much 1-1'1111it is 11110 thoso who 111'1'1111g1111 111111 so ably C'i11'1'lE'C1 out the plans. Those i11 ol1a1'g1- w1-1'1- P1'11si1l1-ut B1-1'1'isf111-11. Fyfo Smith. K. Ty111'n11111. Marg. Nairn, Ray gh1'1101C1 111111 151111111 F111'111fs. The final social QVCIIT 111' 1111- 51-111' took the fU1'I11 of the g'1'111l11atio11 banquet which will 1'11r11ai11 as il bright spot 111 the 11111n1o1'ics of all thosc present. 1 , C 'T -f"" 1i1?i - - - Ill, ol I. Q X Q ir? Q an .' f 1 Q. e 1 1 160 11- s 9.5.51-1 1 1 Qi 1 Q. , KT. W W. iw. I ' wg s-1 1 --" 3 3 'wr' st , 8 1 u x 4 v 3.5 -I 1 1-, sx I Q W 4 'H 1 if A 1 r if' x 1 If 1 -nr. X 4 Q .1 A , p ..:-1 ' "M fs, A 1 r Q A 1 1-1 Y if 4 .9- X -'mi , HAY C, ARNOLD .Xfter eomliletiiigr his high st-1111111 nt N11t41n11, ll:1y took 1111--M1-1l in '27 :1111l 'UN 111111 then turned to i'l1:1r1n11vy. Served his :iplrreiitit-esliiii in l!1'11111l1111. l111vi1ls1111 111111 Nokninis. Has worked Il year illlli ll l1:1lt' i11 thu- City lI11spit:1l. Ray is nott-1l for :1 l't'li1lj' wit q111fl il kt-1-11 sense 111' liumnr. xVlll'l'it'S 11 l11t Illllrllt llll A e,1':11le not ht-ing enough tu get his certiliezite. ELSIE Il. ASTON Elsie is the girl with the smile who comes from Lloydminster, She was born there and has rec-eived her educzition in their schools. Appren- tic-e1l in her l,1igbrother's store to learn the drug husiness, she c-time to Varsity in '32 to learn the line points of the game and during her stay i11 these halls has gained for herself :1 host of t'1'ie111ls. PAUL H. COON Blew i11 with the January winds at C:1rnduff in 12110. His edut-ation was garnered :it the little red schoolhouse and high sc-hool i11 that town. In '27 decided the drug business had the edge on frirming and apyirentic-ed with J. E. Hmmsey of CIll'l'ldl.Iff Came to Varsity Iirst in 1930 and has since worked in P.A, and Kinistino. XYith Alf. Pepper he set up b1lC'h9lOl"S 111111 for the '33 and 'IH session. I-his been heurd to say: "Boys I'd 1-1-rtziinly z1p1J1'et'iz1te 21 violin well played." ROBERT EDXVARD FORBES XVell, it's this way: Eddie was Hrst heard from ill l'2l.!lOl'l1 in ltllll. At the age ot' twelve he started washing bottles after school, ill Kinistino. Completed his high school in North Bzittleford and returned to Kinistino to serve his zipprentice- ship. Entered Varsity in '32 and has served as viz-e-p1'eside11t of the college. Eddie is the boy who will serve your wants in the City Park Drug. RONALD J. Mac-NEILL Ron. learned the three ITS at Viscount and took his high sehool at Campion College. Feel- ing the need of 11 profession he apprenticed him- self to I. S. Potter of Viscount, thence to Ed. Paul in Saskatoon. His favorite expression is, "1 wish I knew my stuif like you boys," but he has 11. bad habit of getting "A's". Cheerio, Ron, gf ? - f-fT,..,,.,,, v:n.1:s. QQ 5 'i'2+"1 ,f gl " fe: if 11 if X 2 . .. ...bi New N .tiff 4?,,?,., ,,.,.,-,- .. Tees . :' -el -V-' T3 f-i-'W' ' 'E'-H 1 - rin.-in -s g it :Py e-f - -f-You ..:s.'-fe' , . lll 1 s N ' ' , gr V Z, s - FAN 11,1 - 4 G 1 .infill t l -47 'ei - 'iz ,J A Wi A M..-XRGARET N.-URN XVh:iteVer will we do without Marg. nt-xt yt-:n"Y Sr-rretary of thi- luuunatim- lPi1'evtoi'ate, inzukr--up ziriisl I-Ill' 1'ullvy.u Nights, ilvxuies- ui' Iln- l1lllll1'l'- ford rink, faithful lIK'l'llIlIllll ot' Chem. and l'h:ir- maey labs and always ready In sheer for l'h:ir- mam-y. Her only olnjt-1-liolis to Phairmawy lzxlrs are cod-liver oil emulsions, and keeping towels eleiin for the rest of the college. All her activities have been eliaraetrized by "Wim, wigor and wi- talityf' Her pals say, "XVhen a feller needs 11 Lrlend-t-all on Marg!" OSBORNE THEODORE OLSON Synonym: Ole. Origin: Moose Jaw, 1911. Pre- paration: R. S. Younge, Moose Jaw. Medical properties: Basketball, hockey and tennis, secre- tary of the college and classes in general. In- -fompgitabilityz S.V.R. Late nights and females. ALFRED PEPPER Alf. was born 22 years ago in the tall timbers of northern Saskatchewan. Apprentieed in Sas- katoon but thought truck driving was more glam- orous However. he vame hack to it and came to Varsity first in 1928. Has sinf-e worked in Prince Albert. Favorite saying: "Conie on Paul, let's eat!" BARBARA JANET TAYLOR .Ian is short and Jan is stout, .lan is pleasant to have about: Jan is the hlonde in Pharmacy, She makes mixtures good to see. She likes profs and fears no man, So let us drink a toast to Jan." PROCTOR H. SAYVCHUK Proctor came to in Lemberg, Poland, in 1!ooS, Arrived in Canada in 15112 and received his edu- cation at Mipian, Alberta and at College Heights. Joined the noble profession in 1928 in Star City, Sask. and came to Varsity in '32 to uomplete his training. Proc. has plenty of natural ability and says his ambition is to become a erooner. is XI' ff 5, .D-.o-Q---' ' 1 C,f,5Af.'rf-- 'MQ w l l f IMI' rv 553,13 'ef f H 4 ' foie 5-'ii iv -I - -. i' ' ' in if 'f s s 'N i , I it -.- 9131 Julia ui mils-. ss.- .QL 5.3-all ll. 4.. it eie A t if' X. 5-W. , K " "fi M rx, '-1. J, ,fs y ,L tg I ea ' 15 gf- L 0 1 I U95 Z . 5 3 A i ...sz-.25 -. , , , flag? -s ui.-'-V " 5 ,,-"uw , fm.: -3: ga ,, ' , .-s"":: .,-s L- ,..,,- ' -.3 ,- f J' Q-3 if 1 .A tn-A- " " f VI VIAN KATHLEEN SMITH Synonym: llitldy. Source: Moose Jaw. ltlltli later trxmsferred to Kindersley. l'l't'llill'Lltl0ll1 lJ:ul's drugsts-re. Med. properties: Stimulant fur skating, tlaneing. tennis and hoc-key games. ln- eumpatahility: Chemistry, pliysies. Dose-1 Tu be repeatecl. Dispensing note: Viv's ambition is lu he a druggist and we all wish her all the lnelc she 1-an use. J. FYFE SMITH llnrn in Ontario, he Came west to keep with the family, accumulating knnwledge at Unity, Conquest and Bedford Road Collegiate. Brake into Pharniat-y under the guidance of Chas. XVaun and c-nmpleted his apprenticeship with It. M. I'llldQl'. Fame tu Varsity in '32 and has played haskethall and Coauhed the last year. Taught the freshmen how to 1-heer and was the mainstay at :i sing-sung. TURNER STHOUTS 'l'nrner's rtiund of merriment started when he appeared at Bounty, just a secure and three years ago. He was edueated at Hanley and Outlno!-I 4'ulle,:'e. Served his apprenticeship in Hanley and entered Varsity in '32, Has made himself famous arntznd the vampus by his activities whit-h int-lurle lim-key and tennis. Alohoa Ue, Turner. A. IT, DERKSON Archie saw service on a dining ear between Vancouver and Portal, Sask. for two years and then saw the light and apprenticed with R. M. Pinder as a druggist, XVhile at Varsity he has held down a place in the C O.T,C. band. His ftmdest amhitiun is to get to a, warmer climate. , 'lf get - "'7- - -H -cv -cn- 4 mba -ai-ff - 2-in H-+1 fiiriiffflx-- V7-W , -- Q: ifah-lv, !- A -1 --wr nE , . Q ,vjifgrw-7"":'s"' ' ,. E?.:4f'gN if 'L gg' 1 l r I is V ' I " DEAN E L. waons .r-sonnm '-sv 1 - . I 5 mcuunr -lg-, "N "'B"'E"' sssggAR?rZ': Z if R ' E ' ' Q . I gr neamsraan f" o.1-. ouson ' PRESIDENT SEC.'TREAY. ' 7 Ev ' -1' ' ' ' ' ' ae- X ' , 1 Y A 2.53 r' , .- if .g L., 1 4' , Q, 9 A' . 4' 7 1 ., 3-5 ,A 1'or,frvsnnAn sown. . V- , 231 - ny . -.Z V, 94 Q -, ar: f- 1? A 5s..i.'L..."".f ,: f 9 .. U a u sa ,,,. ,. ,z.. ,.'.f'o- iv. r4usanAve 'L!'75.v. . .cn - . .611 , I . 'Q.....e4 Y. ,1 7' J.A.MArM:R is gan. 2 F A M.sAxsn -' 1 fir V an . wA'rsoN AA" Vi, F H , .k gi .5 sp. gmwneucs I V V 1 if , V' A GC-CHELSOM H 5 - h Qi.E.l-IALIQIDAY .4 f 555 al gg, V R SN.. ' .- 'Jkt 2' I l .. ,A .. i FAI! if igfif fvf if , X i ld! - Il Imgifmg g I 5 gi, 3 ng i nn? 3 3:1 N47 l xi Malia. x -nu 4 KL?-?u'M SY Hockey , ,,,,, shlmlinfv. Ivff in rigflllz F. H. Timlniziii 4Fw1lt'lliIl'l, H. XVig.rlvers, T. Strouts, O. Olson lAI1ll'l2lK1fl'i, ll. Ariiohl, Il. Svntt, C. lin-si, In-sm XVUOIIS. Nwurrfl: M. Bzilwr ilullvtzlilll, H. Turnbull. J. Mutlic-r, H. l'l0I'UPS. l,:E'l'!'iSffll'4i 1.-Xlnsvlity, This your tliv Valli-go of Pil21I'Ill2lf'f' lmiidwl ilu-ir lmckcy tm-mn il pru- Nl'l'il?Ti0ll for thc A12lf'li2llll'l'll tropliy. Thi' boys did thi-ir n-1'l1ic'zi1 by-sl but worv llUSWi nut in thv final si-rin-s. lmsiiig iwu gains-s in tliv sclivdlilsf they illlll' bm-li strung to trim Arts for swuiul plzicv. Ill thi' play-offs wiih .uw-Affwmuutiiig' thcy lost 1110 first gzinw :mel 'ricfi tho swmirl ii1Q1'UiJj' losing' thc round and thi- 1-up. I Egefmx I Q13 we mg! 5 .gl A ji mi W e - al l '-' ' A 4-:Q " ' ' 1 ' Basketball xx -f 4 Nfr1111Ii11g,I1'ft to right: J. AIz111,1111-, 12011. S1'1111, UI1- UIS1111, J. Hallifluy, C. 13. NV11ls1111 N1'11t111I: F. Il. lllltllllllll 117:11-Llltyl, 1"yf1- Smith 13l:111:1ge1'1, D1-1111 XV111111s, H1-111'isI1v1'1l 1Al1s1-111 1. rllllll 1!21S1i1'l1b2i11 11111111 111111 11-111 g'111111 1112111-1'iz1l this YL'2ll', 11111 lllll' S111111 1'1-z1s1111 11111 11111 S1-1-111 111 111- 2111111 '10 201 11111 lil1'2'l1 si1,111 111' il s1101'11. XVi111 Olson. 131-1'1'isf111'11, 1112110110 211111 Scott as 1'111'wz11'11s 211111 111111111115 111111 XVats1111 g'11u1'11s. 1111- 11111111 was woll 1111111111-1111. Smith 11111111111-1,1 1111- s1111:111 I' l'?n L A T ' A . ' -1 in -.?, .,,. R, 4 . W - . ,, l S 5 I ..,i u- AF' " 'A- t - -Y , ,Q -,gs . V. . , . w 41 Q , R ' Q., In 1, 1 . r""A" ' - V., - Hy 1 - .M ,T rn., ' . ' ,,,, 4, e- ,i vi ,.- , , , '4 -1. ,, . ' ' Q, f- ,, U 'DQ 'I P- .1 X .- gl, , . ' Q JT .C 'x ,. Af' , 2. ? "'- 1. - xqil 1 1 .Q s , . Q. Y'-3 .--4 .-ni H ,A .1 'li' "3 ,Q ii.4"'.. '-'lg-.. - . - ..-11.314 -f . , -VTJ x 4 i . I v 6 N . w kai: v F" 1 yn " , . v ,F .' Je,-x qw o I K X ffn Y 74,J wQvQf , PN i FMA' -j? 5, 59 M , X PM K K -I ,xi lv 1, g dr If - ' A" 'sf-I -"' QQJW .yr ,- ! 3' 'i ff ' W' ACCOUNTING -'RA Y- - lll r W T 1 ex, lll ' if 1. - t w..-:W e . - f ' n T it A .l 9 xx-s N 11151 Ksxvili l 4 Fo rewo rcl U HHH sixteenth session of the l Sehool of Accounting' is draw- Wsi ing to ai Close. We trust that those who comprise the gratl- ,,l4'iQ?3. uziting' Class this year lnive J V acquired sur-li knowledge as will prove a foundation upon which successful zieeounting' careers may be built. The work ot' instructors in uni- versity eourses in ueeounting falls into two broad divisions. First we lnive the training' of students, equip- ping' them with sueh knowledge as will tit them for service in the field fmt eonnneree and tinzineef The other division is that of research, the study ot the history and development ot' ueeountuney. the determination of sound principles :ind przietit-es, and the torniuleition of ideals for the fftliwlaiiee ot' those who plan to make PRO17. NEILSUN ueeotniting' their life work. Sc-hools ot' eomineree and aceouiiting' have, ot' neeessity. devoted most of their attention to the first of these responsibili- ties. But in the eourses of instruetion ot' the future it is quite possible that ai greater share ot' attention may be given to accounting' resezireh. We have never waivered in our faith that when eeonomie conditions return to normal there will again be ai wide Held ot opportunity in ac- eoinitznic-5'. The zieeountzint of the twentieth century will occupy a larger plziee in the attziirs ot' the nation than did his predecessor of the past eentury. Failures and short-eomings on the part of accountants will but serve to erezite a demand for better accountants. Whilo we lnive eontidenee in what the future holds in store for the znnbitious young accountant we would again impress upon you the fact that success is not to be attained without eeaseless effort, unwoarying dil- igence and devotion to duty. V -IT ,.J - 1- 1 1 Q oo X., QL. ,c4fio:r 111 1 f if 1 -if +11 1 Q Q 111 11 111 11""v -:Q L14 1 ii vil 1 " 1 1 School of Accounting II1111111'111'l11 l'1-1s1'1l1-111 - - 1,1101-', -1. 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The g'1'111l111111-s of this year will f'211'1'j' ZIXVQIQ' with 1111-111 lllilllj' llll'2lSZ1111 1111-11101-11-s of 1111- l,l2lf'S sl11-111 1111111-1' 1111- wis1- g1111l11111Q-1- 111 P1'111'1-ss111- N1-i1s1111. 'wmimw vi E - f " X -W I i 5 . 5 V .' ' M1 .Q 1 i A V' ii "51' g."2l?f?3Elif m Dab,L ' sie 1 -.1 w,f:,, . s- 0 Q .gv'79F"l" :' , ., ,m . V 415: V 2 .et 222 ,Q 4? 4 x 'Yi t wg frflii i, .mi A 11-kfig ' ,....,.. . W, E Bt , . i ' at 5 J , X... JOHN NORMAN CHIPPEIIFIELD "Chip" originated in Hubbard. Yurkton Cul- legiate endeavoured tn l'UllIl'llJll1E' to his already 1-ungenial personality. However, he had to Come,- to University in '32 tn get educ-ated. VVh1le here he has been an aetive supporter of Acefiunting. His athletic- prowess in rugby and basketball has liruuglit him his him-k This year "Chip" completes a silvvesstiil year as the popular and capable President ot' his College. ETTA BEULAH ADILMAN Beulah Came to Varsity in '31 and after three years in Accounting has learned the art of jug- gling ligures XVhile here she has been an ardent suppnrter of University activities and her many friends join in wishing her "Bon Voyage." J. IIIVINIG DICKEY Gnvan lost a real asset when Irvine Came to Varsity tu study Av:-oiimaiic-y and further his knnwledge. xYl'lllE' here he has found time to play in the band, attend functions and take "that" girl out. He graduates this year with a goml ret-turd and the wish of many friends for lut-lc in his Chosen profession. DOROTHY MAY EAST Main support of the .luhn East Iron XV0rlts and vice-president nl' Ara-hunting. Almost blind- ed her friends by her latest acqnirement and just ean't decide whether to take up Math. 2 next year, or the seienc-e uf lmiling potatoes. In her spare time she runs out tu Yam-vuver, swims. plays tennis, and plans how ln keep up with her speed skates. SAM P. GOLUMBIA This curly headed la-d hails from Macrorie. In the fall of 1931 Sam entered University to study Arts, but a year later turned to the highly t-nmplit-ated art of juggling figures. However, this became a mere side-line and brunettes be- vame his chief interest. He graduates this year with the reputation nl' having been highly suc- cessful along both lines. ' T 4f"S .. '-ft... .Q -Q -cn.Q. .i ll , X f. 2 'Ml' NJ ' X ERI ' H in '. vf ,f X T'- -,fi ' jg .. A - -7 P-o.t..t ..t.t.:.'.:-azz.: 1 '!f!5f5I5 l i 'i l Q19 THELMA GRAHAM l Not very big, but oh. my! Did you see the look in that dark eye: Hood ut studies, good at fun. NVQ like to meet her when work is done. NINA RAE GUGGISBERG "Huggy" is one of those rare people who throw their whole heart into everything they do. those people who will get there. XYhen she works, she works, und her typewriter resounds through P Saskuteliewan Hall. Her play is just us whole- hearted and sometimes even noisier. It would be impossible to tell about Ninn in ll few lilies so we vain only say.-"Know Guggy if you want I lo tind the truest friend and the best pail und ' sport ever." AUSTIN HUNT His home is in the city but his heart-well, Regina is. a "capital" City. Captain of Law- 1,3 Y 1 Aer-ounting rugby, and interested in other sports, , -3 Austin was one of the few to secure his bloc-k Aff "A" last term. Active in debating L-irc-les and at Wi Iirst lieutenant in the machine gunners, whit-h QQ N commission hats led to his connection with the 'V' C.O.T.C. He is a busy man and he likes it. PAULINE BERNICE KALMAKOFF fx fs Horn: At the edllc-utional centre ot Ixllfl1SilC'K. V V ,f'-:izlg Irrosulened: At Normal. Business College. :ind L'niversity. f 1 21 P -ws Burflened' XVith Accounting. -3 P19flf'Vlll6'4'lf By Economies. Qs Beguiled: l-ly lots of shows and the out-aisioiizil play-boy. Bound: Qui Slit? x FRED LARSON " gijb Fred came from XYeyburn to take one year lfg V Engineering-then to turn to Ac-counting. His affairs d'amour must be interesting-at least he has it variety. 65565 "" if till' v R , +A X' .uh ,af if .sa 5' -g f 81 lf' I .,, , 597' af- I g:.7Zf,,1-f4i!"" M, . , y. it fv' -, yr . gl X -LI ES- X I M lm W- t M X ,-,4,,, ' - -V , Q ifl ' ' 5 f ' " "o'q"'- ', .:, , ij: -gg ' ' ' 9 " Q fe ' ' Ti. L' A F- ,tl A- W A .yi 44,-ith , -.N ten.. I V- M A -a ff rg- 1 .VV f- ' Tr rig, Ill r , 4 l K lll A Q :dl ntl lui, in ' f V il lb: lf Q 39' 4 11" l l JOHN J. LUCAS For some reason or other Julinny was never llll'lillil1TlQ'll ".I. J." He is anuther Saskatnun 4-miveit from her rival 4-ity tu the South. .Iuhnny was one ot three juniors to win his block "A" in his iirst year: also he was the first junior to sport his own "tux" in that same year-and, he dues it justic-el Johnny's goiil is 21 "C. A." and- he'Il rear-h it. ' RLANCHE MQDONALD I'!l:invhe is a graduate uf Nutana Cullegiate. and 4-wines tn Am-t-ulliitiiig from the teaching pro- ik-ssiniii. We wish her every success. .IUHN IVAN POSTNIKOFF .Iuhn was born in Blaine Lake where he at- tended public- anil high st-lmols. Autumn, 1930. he entered Varsity to further his knowledge and spe:-ialize in Ac-1,-ouiitiiigx His chiefiiiterests are ec-minmit-s and Iiussian poets: his favorite haunts are the swimming pool and library. .JOHN HAICHMAN Burn in Russia, .John Came to Cllllilflil in 1907 and after te-zu-liilig for several years entered Varsity in 1931. Sinn-e then he' has acquired a strong taste fur commercial mathematics, while at the same time wurking on his Accounting course. He graduates this year with a B.Aec. degree. JEAN XVATSON TAYLOR Jt-:ln is supposed to be Switch, But she isr1't. Jean is supposed to be quiet, But she isn't. Jean was supposed to be a little girl, But she grew up. 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H. 1111151211 s1-1111111 111-1- the s111111- 11s 11111s1- 111111 111-1- 111-1-1-ss111'5' 1111' 1111 11111111111 11i1p11111GSS, 211111 11111I1111g' 1-1s1- 1111111 1111- t1'111- wis1111111 111' 1110.11 M0111-1-11 1'111ll1i1l1Q' 211111 Olll' I11At'Sl'1l1 11ig'1115' s111-1211111131-11 1-11111-11111111 1111v1- 5'11-111611 "0111'1'11si5'1- 1,11S1I119Q'1'il- 1i1111s." W1- 111-1-11 111 1-1-1-111'1-1' 1111- t111111g'11t 111' 1111- 1111it5' 111111 l1l1'i1l11l1Q'f11111E'SS 111. 111'1-. 1'141111'2lT11'111 1s ll s1111'1t1111l 1111vc11t111'1- w1111s1- Q11111 is w1s1111111 1111111 111111- 111111-ss. '1'111-1-1- is 1111111111g' w1- 111-1-11 111111-1- 111 1'1e11is1-11v1-1' 1111111 1111- 111-11111-1' 11111111- 111 11111' 1-11111-11111111111 S1'11l'1l11' 101' 1111- 111-111111111s 111' 1111- spirit. T111- 11111'tl1 1111111111'11- 111' 1111' 2111211 w1-st 1'1'1111t of 1111100111 1,'11t11ed1'a1 is S111'l111111l111'l1 115' il st11t111- 111' 1111' 111111- swi111-111-1'11 of Stow w1111 gave 311 111s 11115-'s s111'i11g' 111w111-11s 1111- 1111i111111g' 111' 1111- 1-111111-1-. H1- Illilf' have 11ev1111-11 111'1-111'5' 11Ull1'S 111 1111- 11-1-11i11g 111' swi111- 11111 111- was 11cv1-1' s11tis111211 wit11 husks. His s1111'i1 1i11k'W 1'1-v1-1-1111-1-. 111- 111-111911 11111111 il 11111111-111'111. St. 4xll111'0NV'S C'11111-g'1- 111,'110VL'S 11 1-111111111 01111113 its C'i1l1Q11C12l1L'S for 1111- C111-1st11111 Mi11is11'5' 111111-ss 115' t1'11t11-s1-1-ki11g' 111111 11-11111-s111-11ki11g they are 1111111911 111 11111111-11111111 211111 111 CXIPITSS 1111- 1111-1111i11g' 111111 11111'11os1- of 1if1- 11s 11 w111111-. T11 this 1-1111 1111- 11'1111ege aims to 1111110111 1111- 111-st st1111da1'11s of sc-11111111-s11111, 111 1111-111c111c C111'is1i1111 1111-111s 111 s1-1-V100 111111 to inspire its st11111-111s 111 111-1-111119 111issi1111111'11-s of 1111- 1-11111-1111 of Jesus f'111'ist after 1111- 1111111111-1' 211111 111l1'1,10S0 of 111111 whose p1'ais1-s J111111 UXQI11111111 sang: "To 11111, the s11111b1'1- fringes of the Night, To open 12111113 long darkened to the Light, -4' Ill f'-ff at r X , , .f -ff P f - A-f-1 , A fill!!! 4... jf-t J4 3Xf,-5 -1 ' , ,N Q:Q.M-MP., t- ff , , . . . . lo ht-al grim wounds, to glvt- tht- lmlintl nt-xv sight lliuht mightily yvronglit ht-. l"ortli to ltht- tight ht- l':ll't-tl. lligh things and g-rt-at ht- tlart-tl, llt- tlttnught tit' all mt-n hut hinist-lt'. Himst-lt' ht- nt-vt-r spart-tl. Ht- grt-atly lovt-tl. . Ht- Qrt-atly llvt'-d. Tht- untalnt-tl mind tlrt-tv t'orth his poxvt-rs ant-xv llt- lt-ft a --'ardt-n vvht-rt- a iuntflt- --'rt-xv " St., Anclrewls Underg roduotes' Association Ilonmvirvif Prtsirlt-nt lllitll-'. BI. I". Mvxico. BLA.. lJ.lJ. Prt'-sz'tItritt - - - - tit-:oittnc S'I'Rl"l'lll-IRS l'z't-t--Prt's1'tIt-itf S. li. dl.Xt'T,XYISlI Ntt-rt ft11'.1f-T1'f't1s1trt-1' li. N. Bloltltlsox ITH tht- prt-paratitm ot' this rt-vit-xv ot' t-ollt-go at-tivitit-s wt- art- nt-ar- ing' the Clost- of anotht-r sut'ti-t-sst'ul st-ssion in tht- history ot' St. Antlrt-vv's. Truly tht-rt- havt- not bt-t-n any outstanding t-vt-nts to malit- it shint- ahovt- its prt-dt-t-t-ssors hut on tht- otht-r hantl it has not t'ailt-tl to uphold tht- high idt-als and to sustain the nohlt- traditions that havt- ht-t-n t-stablisht-tl hy tht- studt-nts ot' formt-r yt-ars. In tht- tall xvt- wt-'t-omt-tl six nt-xv mt-n into our ranks, hut, with thrt-t- graduating' last spring' antl thrt-t- mort- of the old boys failing to rt-turn at tht- ht-ginning ot' tht- tt-rin, wt- art- not ahlt- to hoast of any int-rt-ast- in numht-rs. Hur stutlt-nts' Assot-iation is justly proud this yt-ar ot' tht- signal hon- our brought it hy Roht-rt Murray, ont- ot' its most prtnmint-nt mt-mht-rs. Sinvt- coming to tht- t-ampus "Roh" has always takt-n a lt-atling part in tht- at-tivitit-s ot' tht- L'11ivt-rsity antl during' tht- prt-st-nt st-ason has most ahly ot-t-npit-tl tht- prt-sidt-ncy ot' tht- S.R.t'. As t'ar as rt-t-ords show, "Huh" is tht- tirst studt-nt in tht-olog-y to rt-t-t-ivt- this honour and vvt- t-xtt-ntl to him our sint-t-rt-st t-ongratulations. t,'ong'ratulations art- also in ortlt-r to an- other ot' our mt-mht-rs. -lat-li Purvis, who, during the past yt-ar, has ht-t-n tht- popular St-nior Stick in tht- t'ollt-go of Arts and St-it-nt-t-. l'ndt-r tht- t-apahlu managt-mt-nt ot' .lat-li Mitt-ht-ll, tlramatit-s again provt-tl an outstanding sut-at-ss. With tht- prt-st-ntation ot' "'l'ht- t'riminal" hy a cast consisting of Ft-rn Moar, Alfrt-d ffartt-r. -lat-li Mitt-ht-ll antl Frank Myt-rs, tht- Collvgt- rt-ct-ivt-tl honourablt- mt-ntion and rankt-d a vt-ry Clost- secontl to the winners of tht- Little Tht-atrt- Vup for the bt-st play of tht- t-vt-niug. Jack was. for a second time, ayvardt-tl tht- Mchorg' Cup for tht- best individual actor among tht- 111011. vvhilt- Ft-rn Moar far ext-t-llt-d all others to he a popular vvinnt-r of tht- Edmunds Cup for tht- ht-st individual acting among the ladies. NVQ heartily congratulatt- tht-st- talt-ntt-tl playt-rs on having attained such outstanding rt-t-ognition in tht- rt-alms of dramatit-s and incidentally, since tht- samt- play has bt-t-n Ghost-n for prt-sentation at ff" 'SSX aT V - - I +A,-kfL.A AT , l A ' I I. Agr i' 7 'I 5 .1 X : Ji 'JL im- . ' 3 Q , A tllltdl 'luhlllluugvg Dil' halls the Ilominion Dramatie Festival with the same members of the f'ollege east in the leading roles, we wish them the very best ot' sueeessg inelnding a trip to Uttawa. As in former years the College has taken a very prominent part in inter-faeulty sport o11 the eampus. In soeeer we made another brave, if unsueeessful, attempt to win the liing Trophy, while in rugby a greater interest and a marked improvement was noticed over last year. At the time ot' writing the basketball schedules have not yet been eompleted but we are again represented in both the "A" and leagues. The "A" team, with sueh proven veterans as Britton. Murray and Kerley on the line- up are making a most ereditable showing, and we feel sure that in the very near future the basketball eup is going to again graee the long deserted halls ot' St. Andrew 's. For the first time in several years we have entered a team in inter-faenlty hoekey and although the devotees of this revived art have not yet won any ot' their well fought battles, nevertheless they deserve the highest praise for the sportsmanship and loyalty they have shown in again putting St. Andrew 's on the map in this sport. Jac-k Jones and "Scotty" Struthers held down their positions on the l'niversity soeeer team for the third year in sueeession, with the latter eompleting his third sueeessive year as eaptain otf the eleven. Hur soeial aetivities have been t'ew in number but ot' the usual high standard. VVith Frank Myers as eonvenor ot the eommittee in eharge, our annual banquet in honour ot' the graduands gives every promise ot' attain- ing its traditional heights ot' exeelleney. ,milf-g . I Q ff ' ' we 1 nn5iEMPC'V 'W"f93 PRINCIPAL: i- . - - N . , zfzf' 7" 4-'lf K f""'- " Y' ' . Y' fr if "7-' . "N A'--:5:,f: E ' .:, i H F A G " - ,- . . A 7 4 . "ls:--b ' I Q A vi. f m 1- - ' wg, , - 2 9 v, . V -gg x ' sa ' J 3 ' Pf . ' L. ' "fix l E.H.0UVEH mmm. Ahr- ' moznsmx M fm A.5.0RTON M sm - , HON. PRES. I ' PMFESSOR .a.u.SrEWArtr ' . ' 2 mmrzsson- - 1 . 'f ,, , . 4, , , J 'X 1 . - Z? ,gf , . - .4 4 , 'I , .. ' a.s1'RuTl4ERs W 6 J. ' 1, E.u.Monmson PRWDENT S,MuTAVlSH VICE - !RES- V PHDPSWR A E. F' , T Q ' K 1 , ' i M,F.NUNRO n.A.l.c 5 wi .,! V I Q 'Wl I 4 R T 4 I Y ' 1 A Q' I -1 . . 55' 3 eg i -D 3 .j T 1 .a.uur4n:usu. 'E"'T"E'S' Q rum nsnuev ..i., . V nur-urn Mg , 's - 3-,xv ww- f -ku.A.n. ' X1 , Q., X , 515-.J .I . 4: YQ- -' " .. ,. - ,,, , ba gg, ,,.. Q. - 3:3 ,, 4 ' f ,, 7 , cd , K7 Twig j Q . - ,-VN 7 4. ' .gf-, Y-1 s.An..nwoRm .:- ' s.n.c. 4 numvvsas . , A Vf1.R.JENKll8lll C.H.l'10RRISON sump - -, Egagfgyrfgn Lsfwoensnn tx: L A- 9 In H p 3 , . ll- - 3' X gs , 'G A. CARTER Z ' - LITERARY Q , G.E. BARNETT Fix "' " JA. PURVIS J' :rx MR, ROBSON W 7 - ' " La. sums x A.L..nAv YLLGDURLAY es. LEAKER HA, R555 g,v,,,o,.m,oN . 'S fa f ' 5 f Q ' ' -. . ,Q f gg . if ixa 3, . ' f'I"f. ' 4 ' if 'f 5 -6 9' I . x I 'Q f ' ' ' . Q . ' I . ' ' P 3 .naonss YL. STEWART H-LD. CARSON N5 J. HURLAND DEAATIMG Jigx BRN-fan pw 5-MKTAWSH ' - ' ' 1 - v ,Z X . 'rg ,, , N . av j Q f f ' Y I1 :W , ,hmmnsncsn Vm1.xAvg Q.E.FEl"lERl-Y , Q '3-jflffi Y an FRREY Q no.mm.l.m 'ff' ' , : ga . 3 . f .N Qs - - , -- 1. 'a , f :ff g 4 af, .- ,., 1 ,- . Q V 'r' r ' " 'ff V ' .1 . it ' I -, ' x g '. 1 Q1 , . : ,Q I ' 12, is - 'Rik W Q 4 f r, ' 1 ilu' . flil , f , , A ,LV f N.g'5 ,.:J.-fr! AEIWIRIISUIZZ.-V 'UW -WlU',"x'I',1'b. GA-Rvne . "'H.n.wm'rMORE . R,A,MuRh.w?5F 2" 'YL L.' . e. f .4:v.i2.11Qs1 F -wi , " t iLae L .1-5... fa.......1'.."4.,,' ,w"s--' .-pg' ' 1 -se. - , 3 I -1. 2 Q 5 W' fs-lk Q 4- XVILLIAM ICIJXVAIIIJ Alil DXVUIQTII , . . , . hd. had it thrust upon him. to Ivo :1 native ol llui-on County where he received his early educxi- tion--tasted the goodness of the XYest on a har- vest excursionsluter decided to Come hawk and entered Saskatchewan in '28. VVhile with us he has shown a real interest in student activities and in the life of his fellow students. We are expecting great things to happen now that Ed. graduates. JOHN CLIFFORD BHITTON, B.A. Although a native of Ontario, Cliff saw Ht to vome XVest to get married and Finish his educa- tion. At St. Andrew's his time has been divided between soueer, basketball, study and bringing up a 1-ouple of young Brittons. After graduation he will he able to devote his whole time to the lust named hobby. XVILLIAIXI L, GOURLAY. B.A. This is not a eulogy, but a requiem, for alas every doggie must eventually roll along. VVith the springtime thaws and the loon's call, the Northland once more will c-laim its raneher- preacher. During his entire College career Bill has never been ave-used of pulling leather, and at the last roundup we predic-t he will be there with his boots on. ELMER S. LEAKER A native of London, Ontario, Elmer Came to Moose Jaw to broaden his outlook. The call of the United Church was stronger than the Clank of the butt-her's Cleaver so he came to St. An- drew's and Skatchewan. Elmer is a good Worker. This, together with his genial smile and good nature, made him well known on the campus and will t-arry him to nohle aecomplishments. 4935 - ,..f:-,..:-p -n. ra ..:f""', M- 1 ' L ' TX ' ... "i ff i 4 Qpltlmi ul0ii2i6N5 l .Q.El..9.2lif 1i ii Q10 MARTIN 1lL'lJlll'Il,L JICNIQINSHN, ILA. ".lenk's," the name, famous in snug' and story, a man of never failing :ood humor, a wit, a wag' and a hard worker. his virtues are legion and will hem-mme legend in the annals of St. Andi-ew's. Following the example of certain wise men of luiblic-al fame, he also t-time out from the East. Although in Preshua-ks for one year only he has endeared himself to all. A great man, shake - on it! S'1'lCXYAHT KINLEY Mae'I'.-XVISH, HA. "Ste-w." is the hardest worker who ever attend- efl Varsity. As 21 result his 1-nurse has heen strewn with Scholarships. This year he cum- pletes his M.A. as well as his tlieulogy. and next year will see him as a holder nt' a fellowship from the L'niversity of Chic-ago. ILOHEIIT A. MURRAY It's a fat-t, but clun't quote the student prt-sie dent! However. in spite of his tlisrnhing stare and sublime self-4-onlidenee he has been stiwess- ful to a degree in fultilling the sal-red trust left to him by Fergus Clark. Successes and failures alike he attributes to the faet that he never talks-except about himself. Time flies and the laziest freshman to enter in the fall of 'ZS has become the exception that proves no rule. ?F1 .Q o -2----7"' ' I ie ifffwwv ,V , P, 'U' ' 3' -ww, A I-Q W. 'lu - ,, x i . ' 1 if . r Q 1 I I -L - '3' -hx! HL I u 1-9 u an 14 ' k '- 5 " '.. vf' , W . U . f 'f' ' ' I r 1.,.. 1 , ' '- ' f".1'l' tgp, . 5, 1 7 w ,.. .L 'QV v ,ls : I gl ,Na ,Y I.. 'QL , ' V ,- ' .4 " 3-' Ig- ' -:grid-n in , 'I-ba' 14 i .. L -S. J" wb 5' Q: ' ,GP '- , ' Q rQ , .,F' I , Q 9 . in ' I? ' 1..N 1 A -'f' "1 ,J ,p X i , 1 ' -I ' -'il ' . , Q '-if V 1' .1 I , 2 fi 'xi 'af , ,.."'fi2L .. .. .3-n"" -1 4' -, .I '4 In ,ur i W 1- U' " - l Q . I 'V V, , ,, , wh" Y 73'-1 ' . v ' - "f. ' !'p kv I-1.x-' I , '- - ,r-. . V - .,- nm , T5.-wi'-"" x- iu.-,fn .gpm 1 7 ,. , a .nn W. -'z Q 1 - I ' '. fl? , -'Z ., , L . . n- gi' .1-Q u L25 A f , f -R" Y. N ," ,L ' 'S 'Y .ix 9 fi , N ,ff V, - 4-ry if ' , .14 -I if rn M .H 5? - 8, A f' Q' ' a s ii ll 1 li A ff, X23 , mf X wvj I u lk J ' J Q l ' W- M T N M f 1 Q Q , X . livin f- I Tl' 'n ' 'I Q H- I ' A, W EDUCATION ,,,, - , W ,J 4. 'X 4 I , ,, 1 gl at - lll - i " J '1 1fi.1 -if "1-'-""' '. Q13 111 11 1 11 '-ET'1L i ..Qgk- 11 Q19 Foreword g W 1lJ1't,'ATltlN largely 1'11so1vc,1 itsvlf i11to a 11101110111 of Ex- t111'11a1isn1 v111's11s I11t1-1'11a1is111. 12 g 4 1 ll! of Sktktlilllg t111- SPl'll1g'S of 111- dividual 211111 social c-o11t1'o1 - 1 without oi' wit11i11 tho i1111i- Vltlllkll. Tho Il1QC'l1i1l1lZHllUll of so lllilllj' p1'oC1-ss1-s of life which 111 ot11111' days 1'11q11i1'e11 ke-1111 i11t1111ig1-11co 211111 i11itiatiV1- a1'f'11sto111 11s now to look o11tsi1111 o111's111v11s 1'o1' their p1-1't'o1'111- a111'1a Ill 111l1'lllOl1j' with this atlit11111- ot' 11xte1'11a1is111 wc t1-1111 to s1-1111 t111- l'il11SL'S of 1'1'is11s 1V1l11Ol1t. 11ot wit11i11, o111's111v1-s. Tlllf' 1'11st, i11 t111'11, i11 tho wi1'1i1111 capitalist. t111- 11o1s111-vist. lllt' agitator 111111 the go1'111'11n11-11t. Indi- 1'i11ua1 1'11spo11sibility is ov1-1'1ookc11. Thus profitless s11ff1-1'i11g, the g1'av1-st Llilllgtl' of 11111111111 c'1'is11s. may 111- wido- sp1'11af1. T111- attitude is vasy to form, 17111 11i1UfiCu1t to combat. It SL'l'10llS1j' t111'1-at1-11s the suc-Goss ot' thu 1111111-ativ1e 111'o1'11ss. S1111'-11is1-o1'1-1'y is 1111- goal ot' this I11'0f'1'SS. This is ll1ll'1'11ill. Nothing' l'Xll'l'11211 can 111' its s1111stit11t1-. For the stability 211111 111-1'1111t11atio11 ot' 111-111- 111-1'a1-y. 111,11 only as a 1'o1'111 ot' g'ovc1'111111-11t. but also as a mode ot' living. 11111 only i11 11111-111a1 111-1'io11s. 13111 1-11111 n101'11 so i11 111-1'io1i1s ot' 1-1'isis. t111- Statc must s111- that this llllltl'Ilill I3l'Ul'l'SS of salt'-1,1isco1'111'y is thc fllldl goal of its 1111111'atio11a1 11l'0Q1'HIl1. What docs t11is n111a11 for a 11atio11 of t1-11 111i11io11 111-1111111? It 111011113 that all tho basic Vil11ll'S. all t111- 1'11st1'ai11ts and 1-o11t1'o1s. all t111- salutary activitics 211111 habits, all 11111 "Hood," i11 short, which th1- 11atio11al soc-ioty sta111ls t'o1', must c-omc to vigorous lifv i11 1-ach i1111ivid11a1 11111111111-1' 01' that s0c'i1-ty. Tho 111111111 may 111-lp: thc 011111-011 may 11111111 13111 as 111 a 171-111111-1'ac'y t111- State is ultimatcly 1'espo11sibl1- for the typo of citizen that is c'1'11at1111, t1111 Statv is fo1'1'1111, for lack of Olllltl' means at its c-on1111a1111. to l1ll'l1 to tho Sf'llOO1. T1111111 0VL'1'j' 0111111 must 1-1111111 to 11isc'0V111' 11in1s1'1f 211111 1t'il1'l1 th1- 111ea11i11g' ot' i11111'11 1-o11t1'o1. T110 a1te1'11ativ11 is chaos. 11110 s111'11 a11 lI'I1I101'l2ll1l 211111 11iffic'111t task as this, you, the 1'IlL'Hl1JCl'S ot' tho s111'1111t11 class ot' tho C0111-gc of l'11111c'atio11. are graduatiiig. my 01 Ax ' DEAN F. Bl. Q111N1'1t Y,.....--V ....,,, K K ll A ,wlqil A. , , K K " - , , K , , ,., Qffj liffj-'27,-A,-if-jf xffk-fill," . -KN.,-'f-A N III .: Lu- 5.RLAYhbhR9hD. Ph Y K-,4 YOUNG ins. GG IIEFYELFINGF-R. 2 DOTTEN if W0 DAMI.. 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PLETCH n.col.s o.KovAcnA ra .sm rn L. .uouycsonqg ,rs g N f --wig- .. f., , fl? A 'fy-an-s:23:?' " . : ff ' ' 2 ' ,, - .1 'g -s A 1 ,Q . 1 1 5 ,Z . :I R ng... -' , X , R.MCPllERS'0ll. MARAHAM . ELSCOTT v.naEvu.. D. BENCE Z3 - ' ., 'F' ,gb '..L.-QQ 5 A ' ' ' - "S" Jn 3 2 V 5 ,, , g . 33:34. ,351 ,, 1. J f ' his .. wr .Z , P - . Q M A . 4 li 1 dvRgYNOLD5'. ' 4M.BRuoGS. Gmlosas s,msmF X . E.U?lEDGER?4g J A Q A ' 1 ii gf , ' f 9 ,-414559-L. ' 3,,..! A - 71- 3 if -ef x 25' " ' . wp - 55 v- S x , t v' Q H A 1 . .ir ,, Ek :A 3533-I 4. -, W A-YR.TRlQKEY 'A VA e.n5m.rou, a summon Qi -3 f , -of 3 Y -. T' ' ' A ' lf- " 1- 1: ., x 3 f 2 'V ii? bf ' If f Y' fig. 1- - X I A mix X ' - p H x A I ' .,,. " V b qs, ' X ' mv , , . . f . R.RAsm.Ev l..MrRes .. M.DomaE.u. ' D.KlRKPATRUOQ Q 5 V qi 'fav :fu ki n Y . X WTA 'ii 1 ' - - ' ,--Q ----- 2 '-- 21. S 1 'fl 1-api gi- Q r t I H . " --rr---,sae 2 - . WI . .,-f I 1 , f 5- . ' " - - -'Q . -M53 wi ' A1 1 A pf' :gm , ' ef , ,M- N ' gif' ,A-g1.L,'?""j, A' . . . . , 31fL"f'p??' x . g yk, EQ4:gP'!: ',, gg . g.aPF 'S 2" - V - - ,ffg , -- , , - 1 '. ' . . 1.'.,4,. . V , - I---2-t'4'+1f',q" ,- P -- 'fa' .-J-if 11,-,ul-f.'.:i L. Q.,wb'2'3kw:24i.: K 4--arms' 39 ,13 " 1 3 .1 V- 'fiwziff-M ' .-fw X " - ' ' ' t i f it 4 -1 -F 'H t ll , ' L i I sf 0 I at i J A i , MN 4 igjnit it ml lxn..'-Ai. f ggi AY College of Education Ilr.'nn1'f11'i1 I'rfvz'rif'11l - S, ll, l,ixx't-twig, l'11,lJ, l'n.wzYIfnf - - ll. U. luiiuix l'z'f'r-I'rv.wz'1li nf l'l1.ic.xxon LICXYIS Nf'r'1'1'fr11'y1 - limo. 1lt'l'l.XlU..XNll 7'Vf'r1.w1z1'1r -lo11N YoI'No IlllI1I1.l'1'f.lf .lxvon lil. llyvii This yoar you arv 2'l'4'Ull'Ll hy thc sounil of many yoirvs in tho t'ollm,-go ot' lililuration. Dt-an Qll2llll.'L"S tlrcain has finally i-onto trui-1 wc haw grown Y XVv hayr ailcls-il quantity to quality, and at thi- vloso of this avzulvinic' yvar, sixty-fiyc now srhool tt-ac'livrs will go forth. full of ainhition. hopv anil ilri-anis. for l7vwcy's philosophy has li-ft a llL'1'll1il11011'f tloposit in our mintls. at lcast in this rospt-Ot. This numhor rvpresvnts thost- hoping' to gi-ailiiato in tht- l,'c1'tificatt- courso in liilucation. Busitlvs tlnisi- tliorv art- a nunihvr working' towartls tht- Har-lullor and Mash-r ot' liiliivatioii tli-gi-tw-s, hoth intra-murally antl vxtra-niurally. Un all simlos wt- arc i'i-iiiiiulctl ot' tht- fart that wi- art- Qramluatiiig' into a world of ilopri-ssion, and pcrhaps wo are 1't-g'a1'rlo1,l hy sonu- as a surplus on tho po1'lag'og'ival niarlict. lvv rcalizo also. that thi- srliowls. pupils, trustcvs, and cu-11 salarios, of our visualizwl Vtopia will hr translatml hy this saint- tloprussion world into a lonoly "school hy tho sinh- of tho road," wlii-rv our tlioorivs will he f'1'l1t'll1' attackwftl hy all the winils that hlow. But it is hovauso we have hail thcso tlisillusioning facts kvpt 4'-onstantly hi-foro us all year. that wo ht-lieyu that our itlvals. franit-il znniil. anil in spiti- of, suvh unwclroxning' signs. will hr liaiwlt-in-tl anil ri-aily to mi-1-1 thi- tvsts whit-li wt- will hc called upon to int-ot. Tht-sv arc our hopvs for tho futurt-. Now for our nuiniorii-s ol' tho past, and thry are happy ont-s, Hur class, as wcll as our c'oii1'si- is llllltlllli our class in that it is the st-Vt-iitli and largrst lilililratioii 1-lass ot' tho l'niwrsity of Saskatclim-waii, our roursr, in that unlilct- othrr Vollvgx-s on our campus, we take all our work i0Q,'L'll1L'I', and ln-neo haw a ht-ttvr oppor- tunity of gt-tting' to know our ft-llow sturli-nts, NV1' also liaw with us this yvar stutlcnts from thc l'niv0rsity of Manitoha. Ottawa l'nivorsity. Mv- Master University and thc I'niversity of Michigan. In our Education lfluh. as in all things, wo hayc an aim: "To t'urtlivr thc sovial, athletic and proft-ssional interests of thi- lHt'l'llllt'l'S.H Hur rxvrii- tivo is to ho c-oiigimiilatctl on its expr-rt iiia1iag'ienu111t ot' thi' aH'airs ot' our cluh, and wt- arti also wry gratm-t'ul to In-an Qiiaiivu and Dr. liayi-or-lc for thvir help in making' tlu-se t-yciiiiigs so vnjoyahle. Hur tirst nufvtiiig toola the form of a social oyoiiiiigg with vartls anil clanviiig as 1-ntortainnn-nt. At our socoiitl HlL'L'Tll1Q' talks wwrt- giyian hy mt-nihi-rs ot' tht- vluh on suhjt-vts of currcnt anrl vital intt-rest to our profs-ssion. Tho rcsolution-''That this Housi- is in favour ot' a largvr unit oi' atlniinistration in Education than tho school district, in harmony with the proposal of thc Ministor of Education in iXlhcrta," was th-hated hy invin- bers of the club at our third ini-ctiiig, and wc wort- Very ploasvtl to litm- V K -I - ,147-fag njvr ' , ' f'-' . -- v fs, -L A - , -.If - I QZQ1'tltl tilk"ttto .il:."lS i..Qf9S' EfQJ il fi bb, Q -Q with us fornit-r int-nilwrs ot' tho Vollegv ot' Eduvation, who avtt-d as judgvs. Wo haw yvt to antic-ipato svvt-ral meotings, one of which is to he a sovial l'unction hold with thu Mastcrs' Socicty. NVQ have onjoyed tho companion- ship ot' Mrs. Quaiivt- at sovt'1'al ot' our nu-t-tings throughout the year. Thx- inoinht-rs of our Collvge will always remcinber the vcry pleasant afturnoon which wt- spcnt as out-sts at tho home- ot' Dean and Mrs. Quance. In athlutic-s our chit-t' pridt- is in the sph-ndid show made by our Uollugt- in thc inter-fac-nlty field day last fall, and in this 0Ol1l10CflOl1 tht- nams-s of Balfour Ki1'kpat1'ick, Flow tlcrry and Orton Derby deserve: lionourahlo niuntion. Hur mcn's haskothall tvam has also inet with con- sidvrahlt- sticm-ss. and althougli tlit-rc has not hm-n muf-h tiinc for practivv, tho lmoys plays-d many games just for tht- sport. As a final word we wish to stross the fact that thc most valuahlu avquirt-mcnts, of information, attitudcs and idvals, art- not thc most provi- ous l'UIllllllSl't'llt'0S ot' our yvar togt-tln-r. Tho spirit ot' frit-ndliuoss among our mt-mbcrs, and ot' loyalty toward our tfollt-go, has mvant a. great dual to us throughout tht- yt-ar, and will continuc to moan own more. in mom- ory, as time rolls on. "And mm' uw' .wif IMI ntlzcr lugs, 7'u1f'l11'11y1 ofllvz' litflz' frogs." E5fffaufmmE3?QwwL il lll M, F XJ -. , X l xk lx' J 5. fj T 3? , Zxtlff 'S X S , 7 M K' 1 Af Q Q viii? ,E ,,r 7' , ' Q., f L 'l i Q'-'f "" ' :' 5S bQ1f g Y Xmfpwwmafm 1' K X ' W, I' I I' If if W LAW -peg g ' I , -J - - ' 1.-M . ' Q .. t. 'i ttltat-. s. ,Iis'L3f1t I mlb Q59 Foreword , Ga GD T has been indicated to the writer that the 193-1 number of the ttreystone will be his- torical in its approach and 6':.iD that a foreword should bear I-'E --f some semblance of conform- ity. Fortunately, the historical orig- i11s of the College of Law do 11Ot demand that the investigator should consult the documents of antiquity. We are still young, we are just com- ing of age. The first student was enrolled by this College in 1918 and the first degree was conferred in 1915. The graduates of the College now number one hundred and eighty-three. tif these at least thirty-five, or almost twenty per cent. have located outside the province. It will be for the observer of the future to pass final judgment upon the product of this College. In law though the prizes may be large the path leading to success is strewn with failures. and the initial difficulties in the way ot' a young barrister are more serious than i11 other professions. Ht' the slightly over one hundred graduates IIOXV engaged in legal work in this province the average period at the Bar has been only eight or nine years and this is a short period by which to judge. Yet the indications are not untavorable. These graduates have gained an enviable reputation for their knowledge. vigor and clarity of thought and devotion to duty. One feels that the graduates are making a distinct contribution to our national lite. Many are discharging duties of responsibilities. Yiewing the College as a provincial institution one may expect the enrolment to increase somewhat. although from an academic standpoint this conclusion is perhaps to be regretted. Vllith a return of normal busi- ness activity the Saskatchewan Bar will be none too large for the needs of the province. and, on an actuarial basis, loss of membership should be about twenty annually. Yet the average contribution of the College to the Bar ofthe province has not been in excess of seven per year. The brief history of this school indicates that two traditional attitudes have been taken by its graduates,-first, that a client demands accurate knowledge and intense application for the solution of his problems, second, that lawyers as a class have a grave responsibility to society as guardians of the legal order which incorporates recognized social values. The concept of what is desirable in life may change and such change can only be guar- anteed if recognized by the legal order. The legal class fails if it does not make this recognition secure. ITEAN Caoxiirrn I ff ix ll .. ,-2?7-in silgfil'-siifff, .. A Low Students' Association l'1'1-s1'fIf'rit - li. -l. 'l'1z.wx' l'1'ri-l'1'rs1'rIritl tl. 3lURIN 7'i'msimi' - lb, Ni'xmcl.1, N1'l'l'lf1ll'j! - 'l'. NV.xl,sIl Sfuiul l', S'l'liI4'iiLANll I,1'fr1'u:'11f tl. Nlt'l'0NXl-Il.l. Ilflurfzhgf li. llRIl'IlNil'IR 1,l'1lHHll1tt'N Bl. lll-IXNIS g1UIl4f1'c'S ll. llrxms XYTQNIJIGH tlu- uhh- Q-uiilzxlu-v ut' P11-sith-lit "Bull" Trzu-y, tlu- tt-rm 18133-34 aulili-tl aliumtlu-1' siu-4-1-ssful ya-ui' to ilu- lift- ut' ilu- llziw - . V Stiuh-nts' ,XSSOC'lilllUll. Di-spitu tlu- ch-pi-t-ssiuii mul tlu- mzmy gp wuriiiiig' t'ui't-mists ut' tlu- lu-ssimistu-. tlu- fl'l'SllI1lt'Il i-imwlnu-lit wins lzirgei' than on-1' zuul was tluulily wt-lwmu-d li1'i11g'lng', :is it tlul, sB'i"cLJ one of tlu- llilll' st-x iii tlu- in-1-sou ut' Kzitluih-L-11 t'i-uisi-. Skilh-il in tlu- nrt ot' iliploiiizwy. ilu- st-iiiurs li1'uau-lu-i,l tlu- suhjm-1-1 ot' tlu- t'1-1-slinizm lmiuliu-t. "'l'i'zulitiu11 is S2lr'l'L'Ll,H tlu-y saitl, "mul it' ln-mln-11 .... " "Tlu- t'1'i-slmmii lsuiuliu-t is ai l1'ElLllll0ll.H Tlu- lugiv was ll'l'llflllillJlU-lll yu-w ot' tlu- tliiw-alta-iiiiig' "it"' z11ul ilu- f'l'ill"S zu-tivitie-s slurti-tl with tlu- l?lih zilmuzil iuitizilimi haiuiiu-1 U11 tbvtulu-1' 13th, lllltlvl' tlu- tmistiiizlstn-i'sIiip ut' T. R. XVillSll, ut wliu-h tlu- first yn-zu' c-lziss Qu-tn-il ns hosts lu tlu- c-ull:-gm-, tlu- t'zu-ulty mul IHClUl3L'I'S ut' tlu- lu-lu-h mul liar. As iii pix-yiuiis ye-airs tlu- l'ullt-Qu ut' llziw pu-st-1111-il tlu- th-st c-lvllt-g'o t'o1'mzil ul' tlu- yi-ur. Mmuls-1'uisliv mln-f-U1-utiuiis, an iiiiuivutioii hy wzly of luiftl-t luiu-h mul an wi-ll-liziluiir-L-ml lll'tbg'I'i1IIl ull mniti-il-im-tl tu tlu- siu-vi-ss ul' "Waltz Night." Tlu-rv wus just mu- slipftlu- "1bll11l'l1N tliih1't got iutn ilu- puiu-h. Sir F11-LlL'l'll'li Ilaultziiu paul his uuuual visit to tlu- Qolli-gc in F0lJl'lltl1'f' uiul pu-sida-tl uw-1' ai uumt vast- argiu-cl by H211-ulil f'li1WS0l1 mul Hlukf- Wylu- ou tlu- mu- sidc mul upimsi-tl hy Ellllvl' lJ1'u-mlgm-1' mul My-l. Suiulomirsliy 011 tlu- otlu-1: At tlu- l'0l1l'lllSlUl1 of tlu- mist- il lizituglu-t was lu-lil for tlu- Chit-t' -lustic-c in the Halt Room uf the King H9111-gv Hott-I. Altluiugh 0110 of tlu- smailh-st c-ulh-gi-s, Law did. as in past yt-zu-s, 1-xi-rt ai gn-at iiifluouct- in studm-ut zwtivitii-s. It l'l1l'l1lSl10Ll au abh- pix-sidt-111 fm- tlu- Delmtilig I7i1'i-c-to1'at1-, tliur nu-nibf-rs mi tlu- Slll4.li'l1lSl Rt-p11-sc-iitzitivv Council, two clt-liuti-cl for tlu- l'11iyn-rsity iii tlu- Mr-liowzin c-up th-liatc ulul tht- Law-Ac-coulitiug luiclu-y tl-mn zum- fziymitt-s to wiu tlu- iilterfaculty li-agile. Also in tlu- Varsity toiiuis l0ll1'llilIllt'l1l our fI't?ZlSll1'PI', Dau- Muli- ilc-ll, captured tlu- lu-W Hiulsuu Bay trophy for tlu- IHC11.S singles. Tlu- collego is proud to 1'Cf'01'tl tlu- sch-c-tion of this YG2l1'.S Rluules Svliolar, XVilbu1' Jaokett, who was ai nu-mlu-1' of lzist ye-m"s guuluzitilig class and 1-Xtoud thcir lu-zirtic-st c-oiigratulzitimis to him. fi!-'I Isl Q as Y4,Y fgij j 1 ? I i lr . -: A EL Qlllnix all liigzz-Avg et' 'M " 'jkig-1-IL ii li 1 Q Q llUEEl1'P JOSEPH STTTHERLAND TRACY Eiiuzilitjs lu-ful'e the l,.iw-not a mere by-word for Holi, whose 1-onscie-ntious endeavour to deal with student problems has made him a capable president ot' the Law school. An ex-pedagogue. with a short sojourn at Queens, his demonstrated capacity for analysis will make him an outstand- ing member of the Bar unless an imminent matrimonial Career interferes. HAROLD JOHN CLAXVSON As president ol' the debating directorate, him- self an orator of noted forensic ability, having debated for Varsity on many occasions. his socialistic tendencies notwithstanding lVan- couver?l. Harold has gained an enviable repu- tation. Research is his hobby: metallurgy at Flin Flon: matrimonial causes act at the Law school. His intellectual abilities promise a suc- cessful career at the Bar. Ineidentally. a con- sistent scholarship winner. ELMICH A. DRIEDGER Divers methods of forgery, sleight of hand, and witchcraft-these with an astounding ver- satility and competenee in the academic field make Elmer a veritable twentieth century Leon- ardo de Vinci. Always amiable, always willing. a brilliant scholar, a keen debater, his future success is assured. He was debating representa- tive for Law in '23-1 and ably upheld Varsity in the Mc-Goun cup debate. HECTOR GORDON MCCONNELL Famous at hot-key and soccer during his First year law at Alberta, Gord. came to Saskatchewan to complete his course XYhile here he played one year interfaculty basketball, two years' hoc- key, and during his spare time proved a capable student. Blonde hair and dimples have been as advantageous to his social splurges as his energy and enthusiasm in the field of jurisprudence. JACK HOXYAHD MQQUARRIE After many years of aimless meanderings which included geological surveys, alpine trips. llidley College and two years of hibernation in Engineering, Jack finally woke up and settled down to three years of intensive study in juris- prudence. VVhile here, the gridiron, and water- polo have laid claims upon him and both have been mastered. XVe will miss his car and spicey yarns. ge ? E - ----2-9-1 T, Xqxxp ws - asaicgiif - :wg ff' A . ', 'if1'iif- -' f -.X I ,Q . X., Q33 i t . C -" ' Al-Q 73 . ga.. 5-51 W ,, .- 7 f A' 6 9 ll 1 f . ' t l J" r ri f s s III ff . 1 X u tl I 1 1 R Q I l ' Ml'Il,YlI,I,l'I SANINPAHIISIQY .X lit-gina fan, but at real sport. Mel. got his early training in :idvocnvy :is :i salesman and has successfully applied these ai'gumentative methods to the study of law, as is evidenced by his scholarships and prowess in constitutional law. As president of the Haldane Club, his in- tellectual guidance has proved as inspiring as his coaching in rugby and basketball. PHILIP XVI-IEATON STRICKLAND Eager for learning, yet Phil has found time to support the college in athletics. having played basketball, rugby and water-polo, and to repre- sent the college on the social directorate. Our very successful law formal is attributable to his management. Phil's fondness for bridge parties can probably be traced to Rousseau's "social contract." His hobby is attending 8.230 lectures. ERNEST CLIFFORD XVENT A special student in geology and accounting, Cliff has found time to complete his laxv course. Though companys cases have been vexatious, he has found consolation in his music, being a virtuoso on a variety of instruments, notably the fiddle. His argumentative abilities have manifested themselves at numerous round table conferences and in his relentless criticisms of jurisprudence lectures. EDMUND BLAKE YVYLIE. An honours graduate from Toronto and one of the few law students who has played senior rug- by for Saskatchewan. Blake embodies that per- fect combination of scholarship and athletic ability. He has successfully survived the recent onslaught of radicalism in the College of Law, and a judgeship would be a fitting culmination to his career. His only fault: Typing in the library. ffm, -.ag ' I 5, 4-"a 9 555 Q . Y 543. f f in St if . -' i' " 7 ,.,, ' ' 141 - i:::.a . 1, f 'D Q 78 ' ' t a:.E -E rr-. .... I ' ,gf-"',.,, :-- ' 1 9' . i " 3-an l 41 Cffjav-f'-' li 5 - X kg ff 5 Q . v fa ' fx Q K 542. . '51 'A ,xx ' b t I I ft -.1 3:2 L l " x Ill IA I a I .KT ge---N 3. .I ll - . M I i ', a sf ? s - - 'L :e. .l..i '..l..l:g. e.....'! .... EQ: R lL ii, " M .asa Debating Debating to a. law student is invaluable not only because it prepared him for his future career at the Bar, but also because it is a means, through the discussion of a variety of topics, to that broad-mindedness and liberal- ism which is so essential to an advocate of the law if he is to fortify him- self against the grave dangers of becoming mentally isolated from those considerations in life not immediately connected with jurisprudence, but which are, neverthe'ess, of equal importance. The established precedents and traditions in debating have not been violated. Timeliness of topies and standards of debates have been main- tained. In only one respect are we at variance with former years and that is the gratifying fact that this year's Freshman class is perhaps the most promising we have ever had. a large number of them eagerly participating in all debates. Messrs. Walsh, Mahon, Ast, Cohen, Masceueh, Miller, VVahn, Wood and Bogoch are among those of the first year class who took part. Resolutions debated this year weie: "Resolved that the adoption of a policy analagous to the NRA is essential to the economic recovery of Canada," "That the C.U,T.t". be abolished," "That this House favors the socialization of tfanada's major industries," and "That the Bennett ttovernment no longer enjoys the confidence of this House." The intiuence of the Law School is keenly felt in l'niversity debating circles. Harold Clawson was the president of the Directorate and both he and Elmer llriedger debated in the Mcttoun Cup series. Both these men are distinet products of the llaw Students' Debating Union. In conclusion, we would like to thank Dean Cronkite for his ever- readiness to promote the welfare of debating and for the great interest he has taken in these activities. Much of our success is due to his willing assistance. Athletics Water Polo The Law-Accounting water-polo team still lacks such stars as Bence, Baker, Thom, etc., who used to be the pride of the Interfaculty League. However, after a two-year slump the game is reviving and is very popular with those who do play. The team is still hoping to break into the win colunm. The Lawyers are represented by Phil. Strickland, Jack "Tug- boat " ltlc-Quarrie, Vx'ylie VVood, Tom Walsh and Spike Dundas. Basketball This yea.r's all-Law team suffered a better fate than the "VVinless Wonders" of the past year-so far we have only won a single game in the "A" league. The members of the team are: Sandomirsky, McConnell, Mctfallum, Strickland, Wahn, Dundas, Knowles, Morin and Ast. 1 2' A it Y 1- i' 0 Hockey 'K W I Iirmk Row: XV:11sl1, Ast, Duiidas tMa1111g+-1-1. Dean 1"1'011kite, J. f3l1l1l1lHl'll6'ld KP1'9Side11I, A11-wulitiiigl, I"1':1sP1'. AVlllill1S0ll. 1"rnnl 130111: XVyliv, M1-1.'1'111111-ll. lm-lily, T111-11111s1-11, Ustifwsliy. t'11111l1i11i11g' with thv A1-1-111111ta11ts, l.aw llicl tht-5' have thv lllll'l'l'HCllllX 01111 t'lllC'lll'll. Arts I Sllt'f'llIIll!t'tl hy a 2-l st-orc aftm-1' gvttiug' illl varly lt-all. Agflwrs wvu- shut out 2-tl Qlllll P11-slriit'-lis ll-tl. Thi' ttillnwiiig' lawyt-rs wt-iw i11 thv li11v-up: NVyliv, Alt'l'01lllt'll. Ast. Walsh. Artl. tbstimxliy 111111 lluiitlas. Flash: l4ilNV-.Af'f'0llllllllg' wins 3lavl,a111'+-11 II111-lu-5' T1-upliy. Rugby XVith thc 1932-33 11111111 almnst i11ta1-t, liuiws 1'a11 high that Law- Avc-u1111ti11g would this yt-ai' illl1lt'X thv IllTt'l'ft10llllj' c'l1a111pi1111sl1ip. How- vvt-1', -1.30 classvs and H11 1-arly snow tlZllHlll'1lCLl that 2ll'kl01ll' ot' many pai'- tic-ipalits and only tl11'1-1' gamvs wore l1l2lj'ULl.4il swim-lvss draw with Arts. a wi11 on-1' P1'USlJllCliS and a loss to th1- l'l11g'i110v1's i11 thu Olosiiig' niiuutus 111' thm- ga111c. Law was 1'cp1't-sm-11t1-tl 011 tht- st-11io1' squaml hy Blakt- XVylie illltl l4illl1'lL' Kuowlcs. Thosc playing 011 thv I11t1:1't'11c11lty tvam wc1'1-: M1-l. S2lll4,lOH1ll'Slij', Phil. Stric-klaiitl, lit'l'1'j' Murili, tltmluii Bltqlillllllll. Bah. Sll1I1bSOl1, XVyliu XV00d, Max. Ustlwmvsliy, Spike lllllltlHS. -lov t'ul1c11 antl 11111- lirotlwi- Accouutaiits. Vg '24 V . 'Kg -' , , . 'af GHEYSTONE V l l ,H ,- 9-ffffi -5 i?NL:2'ifxjx-.,, , ' L, W, TTR. by-1 'E' :Eff---g"?, fi'f+.'j' , WW" A , I' - ,A -'Y' Q' N' i' 16 Em 9 J -QS "' ' ' K N ' if '- il m-.Qu M. m , Q X "" " "'- . 555:15 "" e 1 . 2 -Cari? '. ...,. . ,.:1.5fz1, -, -f:::szu-.:-- r PM ' vw' 1 - g f fzff. fi. N, I 1 + , f jl ff I A ' A -fA- ggi P' H ig. .v::::-, .4 2:55 ' ' 1- - ai. ' V 5 1. xc' -".2:' 'ff' 'I . R.J.5.LTRACYs 1 , X' ' . . . ' G. MORIN ' . , , T . ii: , vlcbrllislnlfl PREHDEWTC U I Q3-vngxgiiepb . Ny 19 1-1-1 ""' , 1 , ' .A , ' - .V.- -P ,,g, 'W ,1 w -. .:gmAr4vvH4RSKr.y. Hifi 'A -f' 1 'J 1' V -- b P5'.aAi4'2.H?" f,,5::.'v-..EX6CfMEHBFR' Q.. V- f - , gg 4 ' - if - ' -. ' , , 'M .,. . . ...,. Vg X -- 4 ..., , ., . Z4 ,Q , Q ,, ? : 11 -. f T' i ,'f5"gQii.n nunims -Q ffkdfwuevnc , W: . -' 'Q 1, vw fix:- .S , K V: J 1Bf'y:': K .M paw, wean sf,-. 11 z: ' A ev . , ,D 2: UIQ --,: C AEE, x.o.rmscvum .-. I f 1 s.w.nnu1. f? ' 1 .iv QJ E- DRHDGER V V neamna 5, .1 6. WCALLUM A 'I 446 -Q' .L "arp ,Q , . 455:34 ' 1' 2' 4 Q . A J. BRADEN 'vu 'za' 3 so .. L K EW STRICKLAND122' scum. ' , 5.2 ,,,, A ,Vik I7 K. A , ' " "4 , .::- . ' 4 -. - -t K. CRUISE 1 . A f- G' Aqv. ,. R MAHON f 54 , "' ,.., cwcowusm. V urrsamv 7 fm W - M 1- ' 4. . K. GORDON 7"4 Q' r S Q 0. BENDAS gf Q.. V- - 55 4.5 .0 , , I K. .,,, 5 ,-3:3 . A -,X ,Eh 14 Y 4 Ax jr-gg:-qs:a::-r . H,a. AST M. BOGOCH H-H. ARD A , V . .v ' a, ' 1 5' 9 gy r f ' 'E ' 1 ' ' , I. WAHM ' .LJ.n.-WYAGGARY ff sf-elm.. " vb , 57.6 ,J , ,, K... . E -:jx :Q n J V M. 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Tu date- nf writiiigg Imywi-s lizlvc lwcli dclivc1'm,l by Pmfvssui' Blclgiuwii U11 "Tho Nzitionznl lql'i'HYl'l'y Actf' and by Pl'Ol.0SSUl' rllivppiiiml un "l'1'ivzm- Pl'0llC1'lj' and llOI'IlU1'illl' ll1'2,'illllZ2lllU1l.U AT il fO1'lllK'UD1lllQ' imevtiiig' to lic linflll slinrtly the piwlmsczl iupic is "Tho Num-ssity' for thc gXHl0l1ill11K'1ll of thu B.N.A. ACT." lf will lw non-ll that The slilmjvf-is of discussion liavr- livcii mailtors uf vi11'1-1-ut lII1ll01'l2111C't', mid it is to lw lmpi-fl that thu Club will ooiifiiiiiv, in smwf iiivusiiix-, to 01100111112-.' tliouglit aml disc-ussioii along' tlicsef liucs. - f v I ,. x 'Q DA FNYII T Q , :Y H. I V J . ' F ' K ..l HL v L 4 . '- 1. -.I 4 - .36 .Q 1. u I , if 4 "I, .r , ' -tl' V. Y u .3 U ,'. big, . 75 ' n V aj: 1' ' X - W 5' , JA. V I 1 .4.,,.. , N, .. . .rr 'Q' ' , V 'I T3 "1 'Y 1 r. ,F : 1 fn AQ, ... ji-r J . V 1' , 4. - 1 fx., A 1 15 rift- 5 4 iii ,AL - 4- u -. 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You will 1111111i1, I 1l1i11l1. 111111 111 1111- 11111111-1' 111' work you l111y1- 1101, so far, 111-1-11 111s11l111oi1111-11. T111- y1-111's'1o 01111111 will 111- 1111 11-ss 1'Xil1'1l1lf.I. 1 ff 1 B111 C11ll'll1Q 1111- 1'1-w years X011 y 1111111 111-1-11 l11-1'1- 1111- 111-111-tice of 1111-111- ci111- has 111-1-11 s11f1'1-1'i11g' 1'112i11Q'0S 111111-1- pmx LINDSAY far 1-1-11cl1i11g 1111111 00C'l1l' as 11 rule 111 El li1'1-111111-. Tl11- g0l11'1'2ll 111'ac111io111-1- 111' 1929 1l111:1'l'1111 111 1111 1-ss1-1111111 1.111111 his l1l'1'1l0C9SS01' of Z1 Q1-111-1'111io11 111-1'o1-1-. 111- 111111 1-1-1111111 2lflYillllilQ'L'N1 1111-1111-al l111owl1-1lQ'e 211111 a11va111-1-11 111-w i11s11'11- 1111-111s 211111 1111-1111111s w1-1'1- avail1111l1-1 111- 112111 11 IT10l01' 1-arg 111- 111111 111-0111111 l1l11I'l' s0ie111i1i1- 111111 11l'1'11il1JS 11188 1-1-so111'1-1-ful. 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XV111'11l01', 11s now 111 so lilillly 11a1'1s 111' 1111- 111'ovi111-1-, 111111 1-1-w111'11 will 111- 1-111111111-11 10 Q'1'2L111l1C1C 111111 l'11Sl11'01 111' wl11-1l1e1', 11y 111111 111111-, so1111- form 1H01'1' 1a11gibl1- 111111 11L'Q01lil1J11' will 111- ay11il1111lo, I 11111 11111 111-o11l11-1 0110111211 111 say. ' FV-ij A d l in Ili? is SX 3531 if . Y .,-A i gaa i f it- -A Li -Avhg i - i i -Mi i s A Q A- V Meds' Senior Stick VLAYT1 FN URI JSBY "1 flaw- ilu :ill that wiiulil lui-1-miiv in mam. XVho ilziri-s ilu iiiim- is iimis-f' Tlinfsi- lim-s wi-ll ili-sc-1'ilw uni- of ihv most Iblblblllill' ziiiil 1-iii-my-Iii' mwls who lizivi- l'Vl'l' Q'l'2li'l'Il Thi- Hi-vm-iilimiiisi-s. XYit. wisilmii :mil williiigiii-ss iii all his llll1lL'1'lillill1g'N liaivif plain-il him high iii thi- ostci-iii ol' 1-wi'y siuili-111 mi thi- caimpus. A gmail stuilviit and 0110 wi- Cilllll prziisi- high L-iiiiiiuli thi his iiiodi-sty. A sn-iiior li-th-1' mam iii lmclcvy and trac-k, liziviiig' hcvii ii im-nihi-r of thi l'11in-1'sity traivk tvaim in '33 ziiiil '3-L whi-ii Saslizitcliewziii vziptiiim-il ihi XXX-st411'11 Iiiti-1'Gulli-giatv Trac-k Vliaiiriipioiisliip. NVQ all wish him Thu first miml hi-st of all thz1T's most wiirili liziviiif ziiiil kiimv that soiiw luf-ky Otbllllllllllllf' will wolcuim- him XYlll'l1 liv linings 0111 his shiiiglv. Sloiig, lfluyt! Z , no ll il . . i - - f we lgl Qitllil NM lin-.04 mu !-Tn n0t7',JiXls ll' ii ullulllt Q ERIC OFLYNN CAMPBELL Senior 'Watt-li at Nutana Collegiate, President of Lits in '32, President of Medicine in '33-'34- the voting proletariat made no mistakes. Besides guiding the destinies of the Greenhouse garcons this year, Eric has taken an active part in Med. water-polo and rugby. Toronto and all that goes with it await him this fall and here's luck to a regular guy in both spheres of interest, J. CONN A IIMIT This blonde haired boy of Senior Medicine leax es us this year to wreak havoc among fem- inine hearts elsewhere. Member of the senior track team of '32, '33 and '34 and active in Med's hockey and track. In spite of these activities he manages to get his classes. His sineerity will carry him a long way in his chosen profession. Our only answer to his leaving us is that all good things must end. JOHN HUGH CAMERON lien-eived his early education in Ottawa and Regina, then came to Varsity after a "See Amer- ica First" tour. "Cam." has done his bit in the L. of S, by gladdening the freshmen hearts in unintentionzilly supplying posters 'to give-their rooms that coveted "Rah-Rah" college atmos- phere. Incidentally, he finds time for Medic-ine and intends to go East next year for the finish- ing' touches of the Medical degree CLAYTON H. CROSBY Faniiliarly known about the vampus as "Dov," or "Ave," tflayt. is a senior letter man in track and hoc-key. He landed here from the thriving metropolis of Melville where his fame is no less great. Our Senior Stick successfully vom- pletes a brilliant career at Saskatchewan and in the fall will probably venture East of the lakcs to 1-ontinue his studies of Medicine. RODERICK ANGUS GORDON Rod. received his early education in Regina and XVatrous, studied music at Toronto, and came to Saskatchewan in '31, He has kept his lab. partners amused by his wise breaks. The violin his hobby. His pet ambition is to be a great neurologist, and he-re's wishing him suc- cess. VVe're still wondering why Rod. has been on time for all the early lectures this year. , 22 as ti f- - "fi Y -D -fa -.n.-Q. X X 1 4 M its if A - r -1- -fin? -1-ff - 1 f - I he ff' 15-11 lll 1 T . fy he -1 1 -11 1 1 QA 11 -ak 111 11a'lS-F i 1 'H' . arg' i n 11 11 Wig ANNELISE KEYI, "I'111 111111' :11'1'iVed-111z1111Qs 111 11111 r11111sI" Anne might have been il rhemist, 11111 s111- 11,111 her 11x1'11 way. XV1-111 to Cullegizite in Swift Cnr- rent, 111111 gl'lll1L1ilIt'l1 in Scienve with the disting- uished 1'1:1ss 11f '31 Hzis 11ire1-ted College 11l'2lITl- 11111-s I-lil' three yen'-s, 111111 111111exe11 the 1111111- Tl1l'12ltl't' C1111 i11 'Il1. She 111'e1'e1's 5111111811 11e11111s, S11 mz1y n1111i1- il s111-1,-ess1'111 111111-1ili1111e1'. FI-IISIJEIIICK JAMES M1'L1C.XN 1"1'e1111i1-'s I-411111951 h1,111e is 111111 some llilj' 11e will 11e1-11 111111 11w11 11 1i1111s razor He was 1111e 111 1111- y111111ges'1 Il1efl1l16'1'S 111 Ill!-' g'1'1111u:11i11g' 1'111ss in '33 11111, mz1n:1ge11 111 win the silver n1e11'11 for iirsl YQZII' BIe11iCi111-. As Editor uf the L,2lIT1lbL1S C1111' he riv11l1e11 the 1-e1el'11'111e11 "XY1111sis" i11 11111111'ie-151 Hz1s 1111151-11 for Meds i11te1'f:11'u11y waiter-1111111 :11111 11o1'key teams 111111 is rep111'1e1i1 111 111- ll 1-11m111-4 1e1111is s1:11'. VI-IIINE XVILLIAM PE1'1"1i1l After 1'11m111eti11g 111s pre-111e11 111111 tirst 111-c1i.g:11 years, Verne entered XVG'Ylll1l'l'1 Mental H11s11i1:11 where fur il few years he gained s11n11- 1J1"lC'IiL'fll ex11erie111'e 11s il 11114111111 nurse, He i111e1111s 111 gn East next yezir 111 1,-11n1111e1e his 1'lh111'S1', His f11v- nrile 1111s1in1es are slzntinfz. SXX'1l11I1'1111g, w1'est1i11g' 111111 stu11yi11g in the Ynrsity 1i111'211'5'. .XI.I'1E1l'1' CUNII.-X11 1L111'K1'IL "AL" is putting' L11l1ig1111, S11s141111-111-111111. 1111 11111 1111111. XYit11 1w1,1 years i11 Luther 4'1111eg'e. 111-gi111. 111111 four years 111 Varsity, 11e has s11c-1'essf1111y 1-1111l1e11 :1 1-3.51: degree as well ELS 11z11'i11g' 1111111- pleted his se1'1,1n11 year in 111e Mediezil College,-. "1J1,1c'." H111-kei is the 1111111119 he is ufter. YV I LL I A M U. RUTHNV ELL "These things have 111 he done system:11i1-ally" and B111 def-ided 111:11 social activities are neees- sary parts of 21 medi1'111 c-zireer, even 111 1'1111eg11. Barely 11 man in years, he has 1111ilos111111icz111y maintaineci that M.L.U.'s, -11,1 below XVt'ilT,hE'1', February thziws and poor street car serviee are mere 1111'ide111s i11 the iU11DOl'I2ll1I I,lllS1l1E'S5 111 "Life" N -X , 1 -",G:. '91 ,V+ ,J '38 mf' ' 1 2? Q' were '-"1 - 53 1 1' F1 1 E-1x , -1, 3. H 51 "VS A A O Q 'XE JJ 1 Q 1 -A - 1 s 6 1 X , H' ' . A ik 1 Nl. J Q 1 1 55 1 413 , 1 1 f'.-A ,A .rf-"'v'4 '. fi' , 1 F -5' U " ' , -4: .S 1 f D A 1 V11 Q -M- , - -Q- --4 455, , : J :HW F11-gf' . J ll i - ' N 'T A FEW ' s is 1 ' . n i. 1 I f if 1, s s' a SA . i .- 4 Q 'i in ui ai v s-gs.. 1 1511151 if 9' I .5 . Al:'l'lll'll XV. SALT!-Ill . Nw, Art. im-veiveii his high svhool 9llUk'2ltiflll :it Nu- ffi tzinw Collegiate. Played senior Varsity rugby 7 two years. tlrziduzitos from Colle-ge of Me-dit-ine . " with HSC. Travels ne-xt year to finish his course. Q Mil' Here's to your future, Art. I nv 1 , i A v1,.x1:i:Nt'E fs. wihsox ' P . t'liii'eiic't- 1-liiims Maple Creek for his home towiii Entered Varsity four years algo and in spite- of an -f 15"f55Qi, the depression 1+ nd Qlisfigurution 1'e-t-eive-cl in Me-mls gg '- lim-in-y, he has survived his stay here and hopes I tu finish his mediwil course in Toronto. A steady V... - I- 435' worker and il good :ill round athlete plaic-e him 'H ' :nnimg the popular students in our gradiuiting U' - vluss. i i MIUHAIGL YAHoLN1TsiqY ' . "Mike" was horn in Yorktnn wlitfre he utteiislt-il , ,A mt his public- and high school, He- elite-wail Vzirsity 1 'S in '29 and is leaving' the fold to C'UTI'l1JlE'tE M1311- 1 irfinv at Mzinitoba. Besides ii stir-mess in srhnol. i M Mivlizwl has not llE'glE'L't9Cl his violin whivh hats l gained him much pii1iiilai'ity., Pet expression: U "Sum, wlie-re-'s the tobzicco'!" r , I i i I i SABLUEL YAHULNITSKY llorn :it Yorktmi tive minutes ziftei' Mike. lit-- L-eived junior and high school training ut York- ton. Entered Varsity in '29 and plans to go to , Manitoba. Pet is-xpi'es.sion: "Criiic-eiitiwite NVut- i son," and "Mike, whe-re's the tohacc'4i'?" 5: 5-I: .1-ui M? .1-231 1 fl? '-'- cz.Q. XNPQGA ti i s wits -.avr-xxrkfixfxg Ill f 1 1 , 'Qi ' f 1 X 'JK f 1, Nfwi in Q K1 J 1 . , A 13 1 1 1 ' i-39" i Q L - Q' ' Q Meclicol Society lI0,7l0l'Ill'.If l'r1.w1'rl1-111' - - - UH. XY. S, l1IXI1S,XY I'1-1-.sz'1Iv11f - - limi' l'.1111'1:R1.1. 1'1'f-fwP1'4-.w1'n'r11f Noicxux Fus'1'1-111 N1t'1'rtu1'11 H1-11111111-1 ll.1x1'm'1i Tl'1'llSll1't r l"11.xN1i K1-:1,1.s 111-1ra111t'i1'.w .XNN1c1,1s1: KI-IYI. 1711111111111 F111-111 3lt'l1IC.XN .-11'l1l1t1'ws - Vuxx A111111 Nuczlzl t'Ros1:1' -Iuiixsux Ga GD N tht- 2lllSt'llf'l' of ID1-. H. J. 1l2lllIll1lQ', this yt-ar, IJ1-. lA2ll'lIl0ll1' Zllltl lJ1'. Fiwlmlvs have l?t'l'l1 lt't'llll'1llg' 111 lmiuclit-1111st1'y. ll1'. Blillllllllg ,QQ 1- s 11111 lttlllllllg to the -lllllltll' Mvtls t'o1'st-11-1'11l f't'ill'S 011 l1l'0li'lllS, 111 111111111 ms illlll fats. Wo lmpt- his work 1'lS9XVlll'l'l' will iw I' " la. l -- -- T T' .. . v .. ,Q 9: " 1 l '. K L . . . . . 6'.g-,233 illbIll't't'lill0tl and as s11c.-ct-sst11l as 1t was t,ll1l'lllg l11s stay 111 1-'T f'-I SilSliillC'llL'XViUl. 'V- .XII llllllllflillll 111ilt-stuiic i11 tht- tlt-11-l11p1111-11t af our H11-1-11l11111s1-s has In-1-11 attains-ml. H11 wm-k clay, dun- to tho 1-11e1'g1-tic l'l't'Sl1ll1t'll i11 M1-tlim-i111- aiitl I'I11g1i11t-1-1'i11g'. a ct-111c11t sidewalk was c1111st1'11ct1-tl alung' thu North sith- 111' our ti1'e1-11l1o11s1-s. 4xl10ll1L'1' ye-ai' 111' two and wo will haw a C'0llllllt'l't' walk l'l'0l1l tht- Vtmllvgt- l111iltli11g'. Tho 11111111111-t 111-lil i11 i,lilllll1ll0ll.S Palm Hoo111. i11 the fall was a s11c-ct-ss. NVQ are- glatl to st-11 lIlUl'P and 111o1'1- 11111-1111-fls taking 2111 i11t1-11-st i11 tht- Sucit-ty's wx-lfart-. Tnasts 111-1'c plmmposvcl hy P. lit-lulall, R. t2111'1lo11. li. llilllillll Qllltl ll. C'a11101'o11 Zllltil 1-1-s11o11tl1-ml ta hy D11 NtDX'tJliSll2llltJlJf, Dr. Mc-- tlil1l1u11, lJ1'. Mc-Kay illltl D12 liiiitlsay. lililyltlll t.'1'osl1y, tllll' St-11it11' Stick, at-ta-tl as tuast111ast1-1'. 111 11111- Hltlllllllj' Kledival Soc-ic-ty l11Ct'llllQ'S we wt-1'c f0l'll'lllZlll' i11 haviiig' Ili: Fitltlt-s gin- 11s au atlilrt-ss O11 Australiag U1-. D. t,'1-all 1111 l1o11t- graftiiig, and Ill: L. Shaw 1111 lwspital work. Hui' illlllllill l'01'l1lEll clam-1-, 1111 3l211't'l1 T, piwvt-tl ta luv a lllQ'Q,'l'1' sm-1-css lllilll 1-vt-1'. illll' l.UI'Illill has pi-1-vimisly bt-1-11 1-o11side1't-tl 0110 of tht- high- lights i11 the sum-ial rt-alm at tht- l'11ivc1'sity and wt- lat-lievc wc livt-tl up T0 past l1t'1'f0I'lIl3l1CQS. il Ill 1 , f Ill lillll' 1 L , Q " ffff AJ - ' Q -1 'rlteunm nn: l Ali ' N' -:W f' 1- f ' X gi, X - -J I W, ful, l'l:"T..f.' pl -1' QQ lu uk ax' W - 1. W-j , - ...QL if m ibn mlb Ei ' ci,'2r-'1v'rYri:.1"j.Ewg7','4::nX'7 .-72.1-bl-fi, 3- J ,xi , . ff Q It ,... N 1 i. . P ' I Q 55: 3 Q., ,. I - " '7"f':'A . ,Q fl lg?" 'fi I ,, ,, ze- 1 V ,,,5g5141l. ,if 1. 'Y . . -1--, 111 ' - 1 was , x ., , J ' 1 , ,.,, - . . Z3 I "' f- l y . t 4 nwsuus .HA COC ' ' . I ':'S""i"1h Dm-amiuasez - E.s,f5'lYlEEn'5LL NWFP-SEER ,"" ' 1 ', ' V, ' , .. , I I 6K5 A Z? gifs 'fflfliififflfqfffwsfffswfI,f J ,, , . . is, mg," ',2f' iff:'+f', , 3 . 'ai 5 ' if ' '-5-...fir . VA :f I N Nb N , 43 Y , V, H Y .A rn: " S., ,,j ' '52 1521 F'.5Za'zi11'E , ' , . ? UA,-ggmvson Q , 1 , - 4 - Ja ' 1 M v ' ff? -, ,FJ , - " "5 A egg: 2 . Y- z V My 1 fu 'V , :j11:gx.5-,-,xv , I , if C,ARMlT mf... 4. ' V Wm.. A' KEYL Afmffxu ' c. CROSBY. 8.WOROBETZ G . BRASS B. HALLAM nnmnmg 3 W 'W gig? ' V fi if -,ziggy-3g,fL"fi , S ' ' , , ' A T x ' V' gg . gi is s , , - '4 Rf- r V 1- . . 5 .9 , I , 97? . I 3 -' -. J.CAI'1ERON wxmzrsa A.H. swmm vwmnwnron J. tsnuv .1.uouAN l . -.1 "" ' E f """ .JP . ,, , fan' . - .- I" I if Q .Q ., I U A, I ' ' -' ""' A 'f rg 'A 9 1 - M L2 V f' . wuunauar .1.s.wmnm' J, PRINGLE L.. cooks c. snsxkv . A, BLAIR :G p A I , ' - 4 A ' , , 1,1253 .. F' " I - V, " " ' . 'W . f I :- -Qt 7+ .. 1. .M gb I 7 I .,,. - . Q- 5 A ' fd' ' J 2 V W ' , ij fr, . 9. uxwnasws J. smunossnn u.cAmenoN c,JAcxsnu J. cpurr A.o.cAMPs'm.l. ' ff . , 1 H27 ,- Q 'ff '. 2' ff' R51 '21 'f - . l he .J fa: V b in .vi N A ,la v , . 3 , xx 3 3 - 1 1 gg. ' f '- , , ' -F W TAYLOR iu.,.sYlRRrrr F, SHAW RNYHITMAN J. BAWDEN l.D.WRl6HT ' "" 'W QQ-f 7 Q, . ' .2 ,. ,Q ,.-'. . -f X. 1 , 1- -' ' '5 f 2 1, , 4 .. - ,. -Q 3 3, - 1. 5,9 V I ,,-3. J T, i , N 11 . ' 5' W! ' ' 4 df, T7 if 2 I A s, are J. PAPovs GAT.WEBS1'ER s. Laws c. sofnam 3r.'lcENDAIili.' " X- .A Hmm Lf T' ' giifw' 4 . Ill 1 l i , L 4 ' -- . ' I I 1,3-Qfj df'ii:'i'7',Lw L- ' fJW X' kj It - - N - -434 wal . 4 Y . M . A Med. Athletics i Mm-d'S athletic'-s in thc past yvar has had hoth its liigli-ligllts and dis. appointnn-nts. In lim-lit-X. dum- to the- 1-lt-wi' lI12ll1ilQ'K'NN'l1l and c-oat-liing oi' Millar, the team niado tint- progross, hut at the last of tho scliwaliili- lost threv Qann-s to put thom out of tht- play-offs. Training up with Pharmacy in 1'11Q'llj', tho Mt-d's fivldvd a good 50 por mint. of the playing powrr for tho comhinvd toani. Hur walt-r polo tm-ani is 1111dt-fm-atvd to datv and has viln-hed a play-oft' ht-rth and wr hopt- thvy will Come through with tlying colors, In basliuthall with .Iinnniv llvla-oil managing, wc t-iltvu-tl an A team. Duo to injurivs, ctr-., what would haw lwoii a good 'foam has brokt-n up. This is our iirst year in "A" haslicthall for sonn- yvars and undvr the c-ircumstanc-cs thc tcam niadt- a good showing. In the intcrfaculty track nn-ot in the fall what should have llL'l'll a good tn-am didn 't livu up to exportation. Represvnting the Mod Collegm- in st-nior sport wo had Salter. K1-lls and Landa in rugby: K1-lls in baskcthallg Crosby in lioc-lu-yg and Vroshy and Armit i11 track. All are senior luttvr nn-n and hocausv of thi- small vnrollnn-nt in our Collegc we are proud to haw our sf-hool so wt-ll 1't'lP1'L'- st-ntvd. Our only wish is that more Pro-Mods would turn out for trains. ,,,A B' I' +1 I-:lv-lnpv -1.11131 ,N H - -H ' ' 1 5 , I v -I- , n ..-. 1 I X r 1 1 r Q 9 1 ,. lr, .fq. - , I ,1 -4 ' J 4 "' x q ' l ' "N 1 ,NE ,W . ,-, 2 .Jr 1 u 1 ww I , 5 u ...FL W 4. Qs. '2 .. Y .12 lv u .a '-'W -r -. Y' - L XSL 1, '- .,: ' 39 fi '- ' af .H - m'! .,-J Q! iw T . Es ml EE, -E + r .E ITT li v ia- f gf rw ffl m fl 4.43 "H El Dy A jig! f fx' E? W my I 1' fn gf in M V JM if L xx EL CE QA, -, K W X I, ' K 3, -. ,, 1 f E' E W E HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE ,f 'Ni 1 1 ""- 'L I i 11 hivgmn E1-n94ixu 4l 1: A B Foreword 1 1' 1,6 ,411'SEHt'1LI1 S1-11111011 111 this , '111 .1 - . . . . . if :X E1 11111'111's1ty 111111 its 1111g'11111111g' His j1 t11w111'11 11111 111111 111' the NY111111 hvill' wit11 11111ss11s 111 f111111s 1.- ,. kgs, 11 111111 1111t11t11111. '111xt111-s 111111 K'1tl11lll1Q'. 1111111111111i11s of 11111 h1111s11h11111. 1111us11 1Al11'l11S111112 111111 111111i1111i11g', 111111 111 h11a1t11 111111 11is1111s11, 111111 111111111-1111111 Sf'1l'lll'1' 111111c'11ti1111 Q'l'il1,1l1i111f' t'111l11w1111. By 1925 il 1-11111's11 1't1I' 11111 11.11.81-, w11s1,1111-1'1-11. 111 19311 111K' status 411' a s1-1111111 was :11t11i111111. St11111,111y 1111011211 111l' years w11 h11v11 11111111 1111-1111 wit11 21 Chilllgillg fl1'K1P1'. With 1111111zi11g swi1't11ess 11111 s111:i111 111111 1111111111111ic- 111111111115 111 1'111'111 111111 city 1it'11 11111 1111i11g' f'11il1lQfCl.1. Si111'11 T11L'1'U is 11tt111 111' 111,1t11111g' 111111111 1'11111i1y 111'11111e111s tl111t is 1111111 11111111 must 1111 il 1'111'1111111t11111 111' the 111111111 11C'111111111i1's 111'11g'1'11111 111 t111'111s 111' 11111 hasic v1111111s 111' 11111. 1'11"l"1 15.113-111"1"1'l1211 111 1111111111111 to 11111 skills, 1111i1i- ti11s, 1111tit111111s 111 yl'S1t'l'L1i1f', 11111 1111w I11111s111111111 S1-111111111 s1111ks t11 assist 111 1111v1111111i11g' 11111i1'111u111s w1111 11111 1111111 111 111111111 1111'111Nl'1V1'S 111 21 t'1l2l1lg1'1l1Q XYt1l'111 111111 i1l'k' 1111111 111 1111111111111 il new 1111111 111111 111-1-1-111 111' 1'11j1-111 it 1111 its 111111'1t. who 11111 1111111 111 1.111111-t 11lt'11' own 1i1'11s illll,1 111i1kl' 1111'11' 11w11 11111-1si1111s, 1111111 111'1- 1111111 t11 11111'ti1'i1111t'11 111t1111ig1111t1y 111111 1'1111y 111 s11111111 111.6 111141 w1111 111111111 1111 Z111' 1111111 11,1 s11c111'11 s11tisf11c-111111 111 t1111i1' 11w11 t'1111111y 111'11 111111 111 assist 11th111's to 1111111111 11. 111 11111111111111 wit11 11111 1111Q11,1111'11 1111111111 arts 11111111g11 XVL' 1111111 e111'0111111 1111111e1'g1'a11111111-s 111 th11 t'11l11-Q11 111 Arts 111111 S1-111111111 111 s1111111 111' Ulll' c1111ss11s. XVK' 112lYl' 111111 th11 1111111s111'11 111 sh111'i11g' 111t111'11sts 111111 1'11s111111s1h11111cs with st11111111ts 111 11111 ti'11l111g1- 111' 1+l1111c11t11111 1111121 1111'01lg11 thc 1111p111't111c111t of W111111111's Work we 111-11 111-11t 11wa1'11 111' 11111 111'1111111111s 11o1111'11111111g the 1'lll'il1 11111111111111k111' 111 11111' 111111111 211111 1111r111111111ity. L'1111t111-ts with 11111' g'1'11111111t11s 111 11111 111111,1s 111' dictetics, s1,1ci111 s111'1'ic11, 1l'iiC11111Q'. 1'a11i11 111111111 s111'vi1-11. 111111 as 11111th111's 111 I11'2l1l'1G h1111111s 110111111119 111 give 111111 st11111111ts 1111w 1-11111'11g'e 1'111' w111'k 111 t1111i1' C'11OS611 110111 136031130 it givcs 111111111 111111111 111211 111111111 Ec1111111111i11s does 111111111100 results 111 the 11v11s 111' its g'1'1111u11t1-s. T1g11111y. as 111 th11s11 W1,11'111 W111- days. the s111'i11us11ess of 0111111 111111111011 111111 111111113' 111-1111111111 11ss1111111s 111c11'1111s1111 1111p01't1111ce. This time our front 11116 of 1111111111-c is 11111 1111 1111'111g11 soil but 011 the very 110011511111 of our Sas- k11tc11111w1111 1l0I11CS. t"111111111111it111s wi11 w111con111 11111 Z1SS1S12ll1C'8 of our 193-L g'l'i1L1l1H1k'S 111 the 011-1111111'11tiv11 task 111 11isp1111s111g 1111011111110 food supplies 111 low 1111St. 61? 552113 L All .Ab Paar E RRUTTER A N Mm. ,gfgf if MN 'WW' W. .':xm.':2" D V PERRY Ab 'vw f-1 N KONNEAR M BROOKE M E LAMDNY H VINLENT R HUSHIHSKA Annan NEEDHAM F H 'KME5 R BAKER f'F 4 D L WILSUN N :Mamma Y. 3 R J WHURDO H WATSUN E NEEDHAP1 LITERARY DEBATING DRAHKYK " ' ' 9 FT e I ' : -K " 1 .f V' s N N . - E 65? :' v .ig ' .1 aQx fv " " ' 2, ' li H.. -1 -f f if . ' wr X b. 5.1 . 1 mm Q sn. W Ne ' 1 H, A V' 5 ,. S K mg , , . 3 E TW , A 9 " '90 W: pa '. -' W v 3 1 , Q ' .1 ,fi 2 -" J . .X , . . . sw . . . . , . 17 E .-62 5 T 1 Q' I , , , fe, . ,. 4- 3532 'lj Q 9, ' , - . . c.A. . . . , .- cm. , -1 1 gli. Q95 V X A ' , I 1 " Q 4 ,R 1 A .1 P Las x , " .. V ,lg 1.5 4 1: . 'X V, v ' ' eff , I "2 :gf 1 , Q , , M. . . E. . , H . 31+ , L , ' - .z ' -Q Q 2 " "" 2 .Q f 4 : Z ' ' 1 Y . 'Q , . i ' I ' r C. . E. H. , . A4 , , , A K . af. .. M "'k 5 Ffa fa ww' ES K ' I' A ' ' 5 ' F 3 g 9 -3 -Hi? - ff? 1 Q9 ' . 5' ', : ,3 L? . X555 ey. L I Q Q L , I Y tr . ..:.. ., . . . ra. .Lg . , , ' . Q I, - - A , t . , - ,. ' 9 F -. 4 3 ' ' gk Zi.- NG NELSON GD CDOKE sn-AARP: P H mannu svmmsofu KEAY SMITH WYLIE JI DYAM HJ BETTS Mu Kxuravne MfKAY J N NICOLL. L FLNKYENZIE N BERRY UNSW 0 RTN lwurruv 9 X. D RIIIIIERFORD 1 Q' BLAIR D ROSS A.J WATERCOTT Q M EGNATQFF X 9 mn KENNEDY ec s'mAcuAN fo fl' RE STAP1-ETGN A N DERENIUK ,ff 9' nnaaxfsn Amjri' j lll , t, 1 A Ill fll.lll'f f if ' , H - -A " ' fat fi 'IlP..5F'1 . . 1 A eae,.ml!?.:.Ei!Hi2-3. .. l:".,.l .sis ' China. Varsity ES'l'HEl'l MARGARET MEUSER Margaret hails from the far off climes of After four years at Nutana she entered in 1930. As president of Household Science she has had a very busy and successful year. Her sincerity, kindness and consideration have won for her a host of friends who will long remember her and wish her much success. MARION TAYLOR BELL Here is a girl who knows how to make use of her Household Science, During her four yeirs at Varsity she has acted on the executive for two years and played on the basketball team. She has helped her College in every way possible and we wish her the success she deserves. ISABELLA REBECCA HOGG Originating in Landis, Isabella was a valuable addition to our college. VVith a keen intellect, Well developed sense of humor, and an unusual as well as subtle personality, she has made many friends. MARGARET E. LOCK f ' ' 3, Margaret paved the road to Varsity by attend- ing Victoria School and Nutana Collegiate. Her Efxf Q 1 Q? destination is the diet kitchen of the Toronto Y ' XN'estern Hospital. Wfhile at Varsity she has won l many friends who join in wishing her success. Q .,,. ., , .,:.:., . I i ' " .Q MYRTLE MARJORIE MoAn P, . M is tor Myrtle and also for Moar, " 1 Y is for Youth that she has in great store, K - H is for Radiance her smile does portray, Q T is for Talent she shows every day, L is for Laughter she's ready to share, 1 E is for Efficiency. may you never know care. l l ein e 1-.A-'47' 3 were --f- ' - T X fe , :ai sf A f aff,,f ., , . 'Eq.i..,- 1-iglr , ' ' ' -1- . LW-..-.,........L..-.4 Z'-ff", ---- ses :QS .Z"' g A-s-L " ' Vi M I-5 1H,:',-.S - . M' ,,, - . 1 417 .1 u p Ye - A :ff ."'1 4 Q fllvhkdttk tif. l-.Z. l A L Wig x HOSE MVS!-IINSKI Rose is nur athletie representative and has dis- tinguished herself as ladies' tennis eliampiun and mclnager of the ladies' hockey team. For two years she has ably filled the position uf sevretary of the Newman club. XVe will all miss our little yell leader with her happy smile. Her many friends wish her success and happiness. .ll'NlG l'lllLl.Il'S .Iune t-ame to us from Nutana Collegiate. Dur- ing her Varsity 1-arf-er she has proved herself an excellent student. Besides t-iking an artive part in 1-lull and sport activity she has shown speeial ahility by winning the Junior Household St-ience St-holarship. XYe wish you a happy and suvcess- ful future, June. PAULA II. REISEII This c-heery maiden comes from Girvin. Her t-hief ehaiaeteristit-s are a sunny. pliilosophit-al nature. a super developed sense of humor and an affinity for good marks. September will lind her doing post gil'4lCll.li1tQ work at Toronto XVestern Hospital. SUPHIE SUNIA S'l"I-ICHISHIN This serious and c-ons:-ientious girl hails from Yurkton, where she took an at-tive part in the music-al. sof-ial and swhoul life. During her three years of Varsity she has favored us with many violin solos. She has ambition and energy and her future work will he in Chemistry. Her many friends wish her the best of success. JENNIE LOUISA THOMPSON "Meet Thompson" . . . "Oh, you know her?" "Cf course. everyone does." She is always to the fore in Varsity basketball games and to the rear in the swimming meets. Her cheery voic-e vili- rates along the corridors. vivaeity thats what it is. Jennie came from XVeyburn, made hosts of friends, acquired a Home Er-onomics degree and some day may return to XVeyhurn-we've often wondered. 24 I I J. .n ow -75" I " :!, Ay c ues Esfwesw. , . "x I , 0 , x is P If W ,. 2.4,3.,xx: + p t I 334125 - .- ,-- -2, my .xt 19 ' .. use bm . "2 :arise . :xx M3 " V Q ,a X. . A telt f s. . - - u- T-T tr-" E 5 L Q , f ' If' ,I 1 I l xxx 1 J ' ' --I.-3 T--.' l W' 'Y7- FQ! il 'Q 5 N' 1 --' I gl .limi all ai-.Q X : . Q'1kmilh.bl 'A lb Gig , 111 -. " 'X yizullfff .1 P 2, 9 . Q QF-4-.' . U45 tg , A eff' .fa ,,. , .- egg ' , V gg2,'S.L.!5,. - ,.. .A 1' 1 if-Y' ADAMAE VNSXVORTH A Nutana graduate of '30, Adamae has en- deared herself not only among her colleagues in Household Science but among all with whom she has C-ome in Contact. As set-retury of Household Sc-ienee she has shown her executive ability to be par exeellenf-e. Happy days, Adamae! MARGARET HELEN YANDERBL'l11lH Margaret was born for sometime has been After Completing her to return to eastern training. Her ambition is to become Z1 social service worker. in Ontario but her home at Neudorf. Saskatchewan, rourse here, she intends Canada for her hospital MARGAliE'l' BRACKEN XYILSON "Five foot two. eyes of blue, XVith charm and sweetness too." Sziskatcliewan must have a great attraction for this little Ameriean who came all the way from Portland, Oregon, to acquire a Canadian etlueation. Now, armed with a B.H.Sc'. Margaret hopes to complete her dietetic training in New York. The best of lurk to you. GRACE MAIJELINE XVEATHERILT Hrac-e vame from Mai-yfield and is one of those people with a sunny disposition and a Clll't'-fl't'1' personality that L-an always hand out 1.1 smile no matter what the circ-umsuinc-es. YVe have no fear for her future. ELAINE XVYNKOGP Having honored Lucky Lake by choosing it for her birthplace, Elaine found its educational facil- ities limited and came to Varsity to take House- hold Scienee. After mastering her pet aversion -French-she emerges a well liked savante in the Science of the Houshold. It seems as though her years have "Ben" well rewarded and We wish her the best of everything in the future. ...si 'met f H f ly st. A ,QR Z' '-xxx 1-. . lll 1 , .-fi A wi -ff X . - .ll. . - 5 ' L ' -211 1 7,5 'fm I 'H ' f ' j 1 , .G 1 s. 4-1 . 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T1111 111111111' of 11111 I1l11VL'1'- sity B1llS11' 1J011i1l'1I1111111 1111-11111115 111s11111-11111 1y1111s 111' 1111111111111ic 11'01'k 011 1111' 02111111118 111111 i1L1V1S111'f' 11111111 111 1111 f111'111s 111' 111g'111111111e 11111810-l11fl1i1l1Q 1111'4111g'1111111 11111 1111111'1111111. 3 l 5 - . ,5i3fe',e.KfI' . i . e.l..i z. , 5!t l ,l + oss YIYIAN COLLAIID Vivian came to Varsity in '30 from Nutana Uollegiate, A sm-liolttr as well as a musician she has so successfully Combined her courses that she is, this year, one of the first Saskatvliewan graduates in Music and experts to receive her I-LA. in '35. All who know her are her friends and join in wishing her a great career as a pianist. MAI'UlAllE'l' A. Mai-KENZIE, ILA. Born in Ontario and edut-ated both in Ontario and Saskatm-he-wan Graduated in Arts from Saskatt-liewan in 1925 and taught in Collegiate in British Columbia for four years he-fore join- ing the noble profession of music teauhers. She has studied for two years on work leading to the degree of Bachelor of Musii-, and is a te-at-her of music in Saskatoon, ELIZABETH I. ROBINSON Horn in Ontario and gratluzited from Queens l'niversity. On coming YVest, She attended the Ile-gina Normal Srhool and afterwards taught school for a time prior to her marriage, Always an enthusiastic student of music, during the last two years she has been working towards a Bachelor of Music degree. She is one of Saska- toon's leading music teachers. ETH EI. MAY 'XVOODLEY Prologue: Born and educated at Langham, later moving to Saskatoon to continue her musi- cal education. Main Theme: Interested in music to the extent of already having obtained her A.T.C.M. and L.M.U.S. Secondary Theme: En- gaged in imparting her knowledge to the younger generation. Development: As an accompanist we find her greatly interested in skating lcon energiab and bridge and dancing lcon civetterial. Finale: Aspires to the Bachelor of Music degree. , r 404-W e Q 'Q ja . ,t 'mf-X' af' , ,: l 'P x gl .um ve-.:-ffm: Tv' " veg? v 1 . Y N X 6 I v- ' lc .f lf t 1 T ff-fl , I Jaw W' -Q-M'-T' - e t- H Q l Awe A alt, I , C,f,.N,-f- Y.----- . L X 1 3. - -i":f' ij. -T' 2 M ' 1 J fra- 4 I 1 1 -1 X .'ij ' 1 Q33 1 . u11 11a-i Q'f 1.1.' ....f1mH '1 SEQ Music Students' Association .. 1 1, , ' ., --'-'i W , - .,,, g 1 F' 1 Q . , "tj f 1 A K,-lv.1,,::, A, -I , , l V V g' 'Tl' 1-1-11 1 ' -f , sy .. ' 1. 1 ' " ' '1 1 ' A 1 ,5 , 1 1 n1.f.A.co1.uuawaan ' 1 .411 -S ' .- 1 ' v coumno Hmmsmsm 'rn Austen J I , ' sumnnv ' ' ,3R5,.,5,,-,- Y WCHllSTOPHERSON M, , p V WMWQUR . ,. ,,,..,s. , ,, vuf- iiirsiixizizur ' ' -1 1 - . . ...,-. 21122223-2:21 ' . 'W-1 -1,5 ' "" 1 11 " -1 H 1 K5 J .1 1 - D' 1 1 an . M STEWART E. Roimson 1-1.wooo1.5Y ll1111111'111'l1f l'1'1.v1r11,111' l'1'1.11'1l1 111' 1 21'1'-1'l'1's11l1 H1 N1'1'1'1'lrr1"1f Tl'l'IlN1ll'1 1' This f'l'E11'. 1111' 1111- h1'sT M. HCKENZIE 0. 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Official ph0t0graPl1ers .QQQQQSEQQ o' 7:7 F X Egggjifilgiw ":u.,,,,,n-n- -f 1932 - 1933 - 1934 ANY PHCDTCDGRAPH upp1urhq1in TI-IE GREYSTGNE 1931-32-33-34 MAY BE RE-CJRDERED AT ANY TIME II II 1 4 S X S I 6631 UNITED GRAIN ' J GROWERS -W 1 47 N1 L I M IT E D ff f-AQTQV 31 I I W I W, W If M I 1' IJ I !fff1I1' 4511 1-:1,Ev,1'1'o1:s ix I f 1l.xN1'1'111:,1, s,xs1i1,xT1'1111:xx' Q 7 Axim Aiiizhlzm 1 . .I 'iii' '1 QM5 I , 'Ilf'l'lI1lI121l lilex':11o1's :1t I'1-rt .Xl'Illlll' 111111 Y11111-11111-1-1'. flIfi1'1'.s fl! NYINNI l'lCf I, SASK.-X'l'111lN I'II1M11N'I'1'JN, VAL4 IAIIY Whefz You T ake your PLACE in B US1 ESS LIFE Nxvllvll 1-oll11g'1- 1l11ys z1r1- owr z1111l you luke '-1- your 111:11-11 i11 I111si1111ss or 111-o1'1-ssio1111l Iil'1-, 111111 'of tlu- most llllII0l'lilllI 1-11111111-is you will IIZIVL' will IJ1- with yo11r l11111Ii1-1'. Your Imilliiiig''1'o1111111'tio11 will tI11111 I11- Zlll 11ss1111ti11l part of your 1lz1iIy lille. 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E CMN MILK S .i 1' fl ,1 I vb Q 4 rj 1.2! u J I fa N I igwf Q A If fi P, if I ,L 5' ' F JJ. f my :A 5 Pr , I 1 .11 'ish Fx535f?75Hf- A'-FA'Li' , ,.?,L J, I '- fn' iii la: , c.- '1 1-1 'M ' Q 'rw W 2 " ,z-ilu IN . E r, ' Q33 Jlm :-gm 5 Fla? u' X . I wr Q m.4?..,j X, E HEL bi h C KHN1'00N ENGQYQHNG CUPHPANY EH v , LE X xf' 1' Y WJ A 4, x ,fo I ... ' 2 in pf? 1 p ig . , ,.--' DAIRY PRODUCTS ,lfllllllfIlClLlll'1"d by SAsKATcHEw.xN Co-U1fP:ImT1x'E C'RmMI2R1Es L1MI'1'If:n fe l I f .5 x+ E L MASSEV HARRIS I musszv xmas r f 1 vas 'E ' Q ffifs Qing: 1 if ml Tgzy K .M wig iiik d if T f- D ,j ,N A Q nm I' X - .ee-tx fs- f - n f N l' lb- l., .. L '83 l I'i'l"i-flkll A .ll is V X Ls , ff- Y , -Y EY Ale ll l titirtiii s i -15 ' W 'Q ' 14. LEE.-. 5' E X i- -4 ED Fx- F: fn "" 'f"7 . ' sig i X- . -at tres- - ' - inn rt L. 25- t . -- 5 iS- -' , -- - as-4 - i ,eg 'rss it me 55503. 31, l ,e W V, 2 I-?,7lL'rg' : A A ff? :Ll ' v ' ' ' 2'-34. 5 at 5 r X Ai - i . i JKA5 Better Times Are Coming meet them fully erpiippwl to make the most of the nr-xx' lmppni-tuuities, Change over from the worn-r.iut, broken-down machinery that tided tlirongh an emergency tu up-tu-date equipment that does more work in less time and at less eust. Never before has sneh value been obtainable as is new available in Massey-Harris high grade Farm Implements, Better materials, better workmanship and inipmved design make these modern niaehines outstanding in value at present prices. Ask your local agent or nearest branch for full particulars. MASSEY-I-iARRis co. Limited TflllfJNTU, lION'l'lil-I.-Xl., MllN1"I'llN. XYINNIPI-III, IEIIANIJUN. REGINA. SASKATOUX, SNYINT t'I'I1HENT, YUllK'l'UN. t'AI.fl.-XIIY. lCllllHN'l'UN, Y,-XNl'Hl'Yl'Ili. ,Zigi 5 if E ,, - Ziiia? PROGRESS LECTRIC power production in Cillliltlil reached a new high in November. 1933 -und is still climbing rapidly. The output of Cllllillllilll central stations iI1 Novenihcr was 6.3 per cent. greater than the previous record reached in IYovemIJer, 1929. The progress of the electrical industry is based on service. In hundreds of ways-from lighting il small lump to driving a huge motor-electricity is proving itself to be the reliable. economical source of power. The progress of G-E products is also based on service - service to hundreds of thousands of users in the business and home life of Can- ada. Rigid tests and scientific methods of lllilllllf2it'Illl'C ensure the high service value of every product hearing tI1e well-known G-E monograun. Wlletliei' it is a tiny lamp for your home, or complete electrical equipment for at plant - look for the monogram on "everything MADE IN CANADA Electric Power Production Breaks electrical"-it is your guarantee of quality. All Records E U U M I 21 I026 I'I2I F728 I'IL I K0 I'PfII I932 I'l'I TRANSFORMERS CLEANERS 'Wm I I I I I I I WIRE AND TELECHRON I.M-I.,.I. CABLE CLOCKS It I SWITCH GEAR HOTPOINT ' MOTORS HIZIIESFST ' I I I I 2513335 'iiliii I I I I REFRIGERATORS MAZDA LAMPS mm I I I I I I RADIO SETS WIRING I I I I I I I I RADIOTRONS DEVICES .CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., LIMITED CG E-24X MCBEAN 81 MARSHALL PRl'1S1'HlPTlHN I1Rl'HliIS'l'S 4'11I:. :XII AVI-I. N !U'1'11 ST. Iwwxlfzs LZII 1111? 4311 20111 S12 XY.. lD1471'xx'1-:MN Il N li AY14. I'1111x1-: 21217 S.kSKA'l'1 11 1N. S.-XSIQ. Vily Stem-: ll! S1-w1111l :XX'1'I1llI' N N111'51-ry: .-54X'l'llllQ' Il Jlllll 2121111 St NIIVS-1'1'j' - Illlf l'l111114'SZ Ile-Siclvllmf' 251221 SIHV1- - 2:31111 1 miner X 14- 15 . 7 71+ CGM S I4 any C15 CITOOVT ,l - - X L N 7, -1' UVSGVY Xi xx, - 1 ' 1" Q 1 Mus. IC, Kl.x1:1:111'1"1', l'1:11l'. I 11 ,f " " l1ICl'HliA'i'lYlC l'l,AN'l'S flIlAlll'.X'l'IHN IlHl'l2l'l'I'l'S l"I.OIi,XI. 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EATON CQWED wiNNiPsG CANADA Cffjhe iBeautiful.fv Supenqnish Cover ON THE GREYSTONEH B Y THE BROWN BROTHERS LIMITED TT 11011 Wh Nvllllflbilf rx uni? I3fml.'bz'izrl4 its 'ITDRTVWIU ONTARIO THE NEW AUTHORITY 'W YW" T' v Y ' l'N1YI'1liSI'l'Y RINGS, ULASS PINS ANU .IE'XVEl.IiICllY from SIM PLI PIE D DICTIONARY Defines every word so that its use and mean- ing can be instantly understood. Send for the Winston Word-A- Day Plan-an automatic device that makes it fun to add a new word each day to your vocalnnlary. Nu oblinfltion - - . CE. IM. Harringtnn WuI1'llmul.'r'1' mul .I1'11'wIIr'r IBN lwoaulwaly ,IfIlI'l'fIl.llt' I,ir-mzsrs l.w.suwl i. IN T H E JOHN C. WINSTON L C 0 M P A N Y, LIMIT E D I .gm 144 Front sneer, west 'A ? X TORONTO A W bfi I I 1' -1 'Z' Q . ' i f fl lu ' Ahh V PU RPOSE' 0 .KVI - The great deeds of history were inspired by great pur- pose, but man without a definite goal is like a ship without a rudder. Put purpose into your life through systematic saving. rd'- ,. There is no better time to J-I -5: ' up start than now! No better I 1 5 1, Place than here! , L,' f il XV.: A T H E 'El ' . "JIM" '-B1LL" ROYAL BANK OF CANADA ELITE CAFE lSASKA'I'OONl LIMITED - . GOVERNMENT of THE PROVINCE 5: ' '-his qf SASKATCHEWAN z Quo' lJl'IPAIlTMI'1XT HF l'1lll'l 'ATI4 PN - - DIRECTORY 1934 - - Minister ...,.... ....,. H un. J, T. M. Ainlerslm. M..-X.. LI 1J.I'2ix-ll. CllIl'lI'lllFSILlllEl' and Ifeputy Minister. ..., Iuhn Huff. ILA.. 1J.P1leil. Assistzlni Deputy Minister .................... N. L. Ileid. ELA. Iiegistrzn '....,....,.,.....,..............,... ....., I I, I". Blau-kl0f'k Chief IllSllE'L'Il.II '........................,.. ...... I . H. Mr-Iieulinie, M..-X.. 1.I..B., IJ.l'.1ul Iliwi-Iwi' of Ilurzil Ellucutiun ....... ....... A . ll. Hmwn. ILSA. Direvtor fVll.lYE'1'llIl'll?lll 1'1lI'I'QSDlllldt'llt'P Schonl ...... .,.....,,. . -X. H. Iluss, M..X. Prinuipzll Regina Nnrmal S1-lnml ...... ..G. IJ. Iflzilstnn, HA. Pl'IlIl'l1l1ll Sziskaitwoii Nnrmall Sl'lim.iI....I'l, XV. Asselstine. IJ..-X. 1-. Prinvipnl Muose .Iuw Nurnizil Suliuol... 1, A. Drnwn, ELA., D.I'ae1l. Supeiintendent Sf'lmi.iI fnr the Ileaii, Sziskzit-mii ......,...,..............,... I-Islwin fl. l'etersun, M.A. Superintendent Inllustrizil Svlilml fm- Boys, Regina ..................,......,. Th-is. XY. .Inlnisnn. ILA. High Svhnol Inspevtnrs ..... .,.... f Z. I! Stillwf.-ll, M.A., IJ.l':a+-sl. fl. IL. .-Xnrlersmi, M..-X., IJ.I'ueil, .I. Ar:-li. Mvlie-ml, H..-X., I,L.IZ. lNSPl'I4.'TUIlS UI" SCIIUULS 12 E. Bruwn, Maple Creek: A. E. ljlmtwiii, HA.. Hegrinu: E. 'l'. Crough. I-LA.. l'1osthm'n: XY. J. Ilrimmie. R..-X., Raclissmi: H. A. Everts, B..-X.. Saskatmmg H. H. V. Ferris. H A., Shell Luke: IV. N. Finlay, HA., XYeyluu1n: YY. Il. Franc-is, HA.. IYatrous: .I. R. Fraser. ILA.. Kerrnlvert: .I. H Galluway, B.A., Saskzituung E. N. Grantham, B..-X., Swift Current: F. YY. Hzirrison, B.A.. LLB., Il.Paeil., Tisrlale: F. T. Hawryluk. ILA., B Ed., Biggur: F. P. Henwuocl, M..-X.. XX'l'ldf'lNl2'if IJ. I.. Hicks, HA., Merving R. L. Hnrning, B..-X.. Bzilc-xirresi G. H Hutchings, Humboldt: tfzlmplwell Innes. M.A.. Battleforll: A. YV. Keith. B..-X., Outlook: NYm. Lewis. I-LA., :x1'l'UlZl: A. J. Loeppky, BA.. Herbert: R. C. Moir. B..-X., Govan: .I. P, Miller, B.,-X., Raflville: P. B. Murphy, B.A., Assini- lnuia: XY, H. Musick, Davidson: S E. M. MwClelland, Mouse Jaw: .I. Mac-lennan, B..-X., Gull Lake: C. H. Piercy, HA.. Kinistino: XV. A. Russ. M..-X., Kindersley: F. W. Rowan. B..-L. Regina: XV. P. Sexsmith. B.,-X., Hosetown: J. IV. Smith. Moosoming R. E. Sparkes, Kamsack: XY. .I. Stevenson, Oxhow: J, T. Tomlinson, B..-X., Prince Albert: M. A. Tripp, BA., Yurkton: H. L. XKYIIIIGV, FLA., Melville. Sun Life Assurance Company HIE UABAIJA A. -I. Ilcvlxu, 1'.l1.l'.. Hmm-la Jlumzyfrr N-3313 ISINKS ISLINJ, S.XSliA'I'HUN Cs' Csfs y 45 Ilhiilllljii bug nnqmng. VALUE FOR VALUE . . . IIIC lNTIilil'Rlflrl'.XTIUN UF Tllli H B C INSIHNIA is "x'ul11n- fm- x':1l1u'." All fll1'4lllg'l1 1l1v hisinry ufvthis Vtillllbillly Yillllt' has allways lmfll thv basis ut' tlulwlillg. 211111 sn il is Imlzly-vznlllv fm' Vzllllm--ul' In usv thnx nmrv INOdCl'l1 iqlvzl, "Value fm' IIUIIIUX. " ITII THE l"l'R'l'lIl'lH I1ICYlCl,HPMlCN'I' nl' 1-vlltlunlizwl lauying' fm- tlw l'll'Y1'll H B C Shu-vs, whif-I1 is all dnnv un :n spot 1-ash lmsis nnv is z1lw:1ysz1ss111-1-ml nl' thx- In-sl lmssiblv vznlum-s for thv umm-y spxfllt. The Trend ls To The "BAY" A FRIENDLY STORE FOR THRIETY PEOPLE UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE' IZUHKS FUR liHAlJl'A'1'lCS fllnil Urflvrs I1,Fl'1'ZjI'l7 Prumpi :1fIll'711'Z'fl7l :ia 3 as I Hg , W4 Ca rr ala-la tes ? sr' . I 'f wr. , ef: ., . mfg iw - Vg" II .Il H q' q?ffx"V'f' 51 ..,.., Kidz... -K 2 ' r iiiiggggg dm- .nf CAMPBELL, WILSON 8. MILLAR, LIMITED S.XSIiA'l'H1IX listzxlflislnad XYi11ni1i:-1: lm! IIIIIIIII .wifi fll'IH'L fs 111161 lIIllHll'Il'l'S f wait IJ . I " . r ff" -s. nr' .' . - , t .4 rf?-,fr i .rf M r I itti, I A ,i,v A Great Nome ELECTRICALLY From the early days when Westinghouse gave the world the present system of alternating electric current . . . the name of Westinghouse has been closely asso- ciated with every phase of electrical progress. Today, the Westinghouse name and trade-mark identify electrical products of unfailing dependability and upato-date development. Whether it he a mighty generator. a giant transformer or any one of the many electrical devices for the modern home . . . refrigerators, radios. ranges, vacuum cleaners, washers, lamps, tubes. or appliances . . . The Westinghouse name is the recognized guarantee of quality and value! t, N I at-fyffi ffk' , -M, ,f xx ex Irggikft f so I SH'-T'9i" f 5.1, ' Le ,f l ax f , :It 2 g g 'S I' 4 ' 4 . 95 are t - .tee i E : Thr .Mum lx Your GIHl1'IIIl,fif.I estinghouse SS I ,A K .995 6 x I .-f Nm zxmxvax vw Q1 4- ..- ,.. . r- Y , X Q . 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