University of Western Ontario - Occidentalia Yearbook (London, Ontario Canada)

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KL 5 ' 1 X 4 'z . 5 . , 'JH f. ff' Q ff , -1f',. 1gW . x . wig K ' E231 To fhe Graduafes of I940: As you have learned from your serious sfudies of 'rhe pasl' fhe course of world affairs is always moving in some direcfion. Therefore, wifh 'rhe enfrance of fhe gradu- afes of I94O info fhe maelsfrom of human acfivifies fhere is announced a new era whose direcfion will be defermined by you and your use of your lafenf powers. ldeas, invenfions, leadership as yef unheard of have been germinafed wifhin you during your years of college sfudy. Develop fhem in order 'ro lead fhe world onward and upward and fo bring honour 'ro your Alma Mafer who has nurfured you and who wishes you Godspeed. DOROTHY TU RVILLE, Adviser fo Women. To 'rhe Graduafes of l94O: The final year of your undergraduafe educafion has been marked by Canada and fhe Brifish Empire af War. Your subsequenf graduafe educafion, including inferne- ship in hospifal, will in all probabilify be carried on in a world shaken by war and social changes. Profound social, polifical, spirifual and economic forces have been sfirred fo 'rheir depfhs. You may however falce solace in 'rhe 'rhoughf fhaf fhe medical profession has. during fhe hisfory of fhe human race, always played an acfive, useful and credifable parf in fhe affairs of men whefher in peace or in war. As a member of fhis old and honoured profession you foo can play your parf. The Universify sends you forfh wifh faifh in your endeavour. F. J. H. CAMPBELL, Dean, Faculfy of Medicine. To fhe Graduafes of I'-740: There can be buf liffle frue progress in any counfry wifhouf advanced educafional sysfems and we are indeed forfunafe fo live in a counfry which encourages each individual fo acce f an educafion up fo fhe limifs of his or her capacify. Advanced educafion applied fo a spe- cific subiecf such as nursing, frains fhe individual fo fhinlc for herself and fo become of greafer service in her profession. Much consfrucfive work remains fo be accomplished in fhe field of nursing and we loolc fo you fo uphold fhe excellenf record esfablished in fhaf direcfion by fhe graduafes of 'rhe Universify Nursing Courses. A. J. SLACK, Dean, Faculfy of Public Healfh. To My Fellow Graduafes: Greefings, congrafulafions and good wishes. As you pass fhis significanf milesfone in life and sfep ouf fo face fhe unknowns of a sadly disordered world you, as well as all of us, who are called fo be leaders, need fhe com- panionship of fhe greaf Trio. Their names are Faifh, Hope and Charify. Faifh is a shield, Hope is a helmef and Charify or Love is fhe Fruif of fhe Spiril' of God, which never fails. If is fhe founda- if if fion of all 'rrue relafionships wifh our fellow- g men and wifh God. So may fhe Love of God be wifh you ' all for ever. C. CAMERON WALLER, Principal of Huron College. gg-.e -'Q To fhe Graduales of I940: To be a scep+ic is +o cause or a'r leas+ +o con'rribu+e fowards 'rhe making of chaos in our prac+ical lines. Economic and social sciences cannol be ordered fo human ends unless +hey are roo'red in and nourished by a pervading wisdom +ha+ rules and direcrs lhem. To live properly as moral beings and 'ro work ou+ our elernal salva+ion demands as a prerequisile 'rha+ our culfure and civi- lizafion be endued wi'rh a lighi lhal will bring an e+ernal elemen+ in'ro 'fhese aclions of ours which pass in +ime, and lhis ligh'r is lheological and philosophical +ru'rh. If order is caused by +ru'rh in operarion, you, +he graduales of l940, have 'rhe +ask of refashioning a disordered world. H can be done by wisdom, 'rhaf wisdom which your College has +ried To 'Form and fosfer in your minds. Replace prevailing cus+om wilh an unshakeable confidence in +he power of 'rhe in+ellec'r fo know +ru+h. Pul 'rhe direclive force of 'lrulh in'ro +he world in which you live. Charged wi+h +his 'rask your College bids you Godspeed. REV. T. A. MacDONALD, C.S.B.. Presidenf of Assumpfion College To fhe Gradua'res of I94O: l'r musl be quire apparenr +o you, who have aHained 'ro 'rhe honours of gradua+ion, 'rha+ your inlelleclual lrain- ing was only a par+-and a minor par+-of 'rhe educaiion which 'rhis ins'ri+u+ion sough'r lo impar'r +o you. For real educafion is a preparafion for complele living. I+ consis'rs essenlially in 'rraining a man for wha'r he mus'r be and whai' he mus'r do in order 'ro reach +he desfiny for which he was creafed. There- fore 'rhe inculcafing of moral principles, fhe foslering of habils of virfue, in a word-lhe formalion of characrer became for your 'reachers +he all-imporlanl fask. The measure of your success in profiling by +his moral 'lraining will be known only affer life has subiec+ed you 'ro many a hard +rial and soul-searching examina'rion. I+ is our hope and prayer +ha+ you will no+ be 'Found wanling. ANDREW P. MAHONEY, Rec'ror. FU' Qi: ills eg gin 67" 95 v Salufe fo fhe Class of I940l Q My farewell message is suggesfed by fhe lines of James Russel Lowell: "ln life's small fhings be resolufe and greal' To keep fhy muscles frained. Knowesf fhou when fafe Thy measure fakes, or when she'll say fo fheez l find fhee worfhy: do fhis fhing for mel" Many are becoming fhe prey of frusfrafion and fufilify. Their mood is pessimisfic, convinced fhal' fhe world has lef fhem down. Whaf, if fhey are righf? When did infidelify iusfify infidelifyg or since when do lwo wrongs make one righf? Canada sfill is 'rhe land of opporfunify. Various and real are fronfiers which beckon. Perhaps if calls for more imaginafion, alerlness, courage and faifh fo see fhese fronfiers foday fhan if did in fhe so-called "good old limes". Leaners, driffers, flabby in head and hearl, never did and never will see opporfunify anywhere. Even were a chance fhrusf info fheir hand, fhey could nof measure up, lacking grif and sfamina. You enfer fhe arena of life wifh muscle, mind, and hearf well frained. Commif fo memory 'lhe lines of Lowell and keep fifl The world is nol your oysferq if is your 'rraining quarfers. The sfruggle will challenge all fhaf you have: because of if you will be sfronger. Meficulous affenfion fo fhe liffle fhings, fhe defails, makes for perfecfion. "He fhaf is faifhful in fhaf which is leasf is faifhful also in much: and he 'rhaf is uniusf in fhe leasf is uniusf also in much." F. B. CLAUSEN, Presidenf of Waferloo College. To fhe Graduafes of l940: While music has so far received no academic recognifion in our Universify, we feel fhaf fhe inferesl is growing. The Arfisfs' Concerfs, given by Muriel Dickson of fhe Mefro- polifan Opera, and Vronsky and Babin, fhe renowned fwo-piano feam, received added Universify flavour by being held in Convoca- fion Hall rafher fhan in a downfown audiforium. The Orpheus Sociefy acfivifies have affracfed fhe affenfion of addifional sfudenls, and fhe orchesfra guided by Mrs. Zoe Addy-Wafson has faken on new life fhis year. The performance of 'lhe Haydn Creafion which will have faken place by fhe fime 'lhis goes fo prinf will give fhe Glee Club fhe opporfunify of faking parf in a large chorus of a hundred or more in fhe producfion of a musical masferpiece. Some acfivify has also been inaugurafed in fhe maffer of fhe sfudy of fheory and piano playing. May our sfandards be kepf high so fhaf fhe graduafes of Wesfern will evenfually look back on fheir musical acfivifies as giving fhem somefhing of COYTIC. value fo carry wifh fhem lhroughouf fhe years fo HARVEY ROBB, x Musical Direcfor. l rb- - Q - - . 1 . ,,, 4, .. 4, .e .. 4, .3 to 4 s: -.1 .g. 1: 4. -': 17 if 1- ' 22 r: 22 53 17 1: 12 1: 11 .1. rr 11 .:. r: 27 .1. fr 17 .1. sr G as eb eb 619 65 bb 66 66 -.6 66 on-5 66 6o.ob5.6o.ob5.6o Cao oo oo oo obblob FACULTY 0F UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ALBRIGHT, MRS. F. S., M.A., Associafe Professor of English ALLEN, R. A., Ph.D.. Professor of German ALLEN, R. L., M.A.. Professor of Physics ARCHIBALD, S. W., B.A.Sc.. Lecfurer in Geology BARKER, MARY R., Insfrucfor in Physical Eclucafion BASSETT, M. E., M.A., Professor of Romance Languages BATTLE, HELEN, Ph.D.. Associafe Professor of Zoology BERDAN, HELEN, M.A., Associafe Professor of Bofany BITTNER, C. J., Ph.D., lnsfrucfor in Economics BURNS, J. W., M.Sc.. Professor of Organic Chemisfry CAMPBELL, CATHERINE, B.A., Insfrucfor in Library Science CARROTHERS, C. C., LL.B., Lecfurer in Commercial Law CARTER, DOROTHY, B.A., Insfrucfor in Secrefarial Science COLLIN, W. E., L. es L., Associafe Professor of Romance Languages CRAWFORD, K. G., M.A., Lecfurer in Municipal Affairs CROCKER, J. HOWARD, M.P.E.. Direcfor of Physical Eclucafion DAVIES, LEWIS H., B.Sc., B.P.E., Assisfanf Direcfor of Physical Educafion DEARLE, R. C., Ph.D., Professor of Physics DETWILER, J. D., Ph.D., Professor of Applied Biology DOHERTY, ELEANOR, Ph.D., Insfrucfor in English and in French DORLAND, A. G., Ph.D., Professor of Hisfory DURNFORD, A. W., Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor of Physics FOSTER, WILLENA, M.A., Associafe Professor of Physics GARLAND, REV., M.A., Insfrucfor in Hisfory GILLESPIE, MARY, B.A., Insfrucfor in Secrefarial Science GUNTON, J. A., Ph.D.. Professor of Chemisfry HART, N. C., M.A., Professor of Bofany HARVEY, W. B., Ph.D.. Assislanf Professor of Economics HITCHCOCK, H. B., Ph.D., lnsfrucfor in Zoology HUNTEN, K. W., Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor of Chemisfry INMAN, M. K., Ph.D., Associafe Professor of Economics JENKIN, H. E., B.A., Assisfanf Professor of Romance Languages JOHNSON, A. H., Ph.D., lnsfrucfor in Philosophy and Psychology KALBFLEISCH, H., M.A., Assisfanf Professor of German KEYES, MARGARET, Associafe Professor of Secrefarial Science KINGSTON, H. R., Ph.D., Professor of Mafhemafics LANDON, FRED, M.A., Librarian, Associafe Professor of Hisfory LIDDICOATT, DORIS, M.A., Lecfurer in English LIDDY, R. B., Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy and Psychology LING, G. H., Ph.D., LL.D., Visifing Professor in Mafhemafics MAGEE, G. R., Ph.D., Associafe Professor of Mafhemafics MAINE, S. F., Ph.D., Associafe Professor of Hisfory, Direcfor of Exfension McKEE, G. H. W., M.B.A., Insfrucfor in Business Adminisfrafion MONTGOMERY, FRANCES, Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor of Romance Languages NEVILLE, JEAN T., M.A., Lecfurer in English NEVILLE, K. P. R., Ph.D., Professor of Classics, Dean of Universify College, Regisfrar PEMBERTON, R. E. K., M.A., Associafe Professor of Classics PLEVA, E. G., Ph.D.. lnsfrucfor in Geography RALPH, J. D., Ph.D.. Associafe Professor of Classics REAVELY, G. H., M.A., Associafe Professor of Geology MHS3555225B535riff?is-fifivfiz3.63:ivsiviiviiariisfiiviiviiiii V535 if-Q :r59::c3g.fn::Q9::c5.fx:cps:Q.fx:Q,.fmex:rgQ:rcgezzriimez13aI13.fx135xxg.fxrJgem13iI1FJS1:CgiJa:r5EX13axi-i'f5'5 FACULTY OF UNIVERSITY COLLEGE REILLY, E. E., M.Sc., THOMAS, H. M., Ph.D., Associafe Professor of Economics Assisfanf Professor of Hisfory ROBERTSON, A. D., M.A., lon Acme Sefmel Professor of Zoology THOMPSON, W. A., M.B.A., ROBSONI D. on Ph.D., Associafe Professor of Business Adminisfrafion Assisfanf Professor of Classics TURVILLE, DOROTHY, Ph.D., ROBSON' Rhena KN MA.. Associafe Professor of Romance Languages, . . Adviser fo Women Lecfurer in Classics WALKER A R MA RUSSELL, J. W., M.A., ' ' " ' " , Professor of Geology ProfessorEof Planf lgfhology WALKER J AN I. L. M. SIVERTZ, C., Ph.D., ' . ' . ' ' Associafe Professor of Chemisfry W lx-liglcigr E Egggsh A . . . . S SLAGHT, M., M.B.A., ' ' - - I fH C ' Assisfanf Professor of Business Adminisfrafion Professor of ebrew' Prmclpa 0 mon 0 lege WATSON, J. K., M.A., SPENCELY' J' A" M,'A" Senior Demonsfrafor in Chemisfry Professor of English WILLIS, R. B., M.A., STll-lNG- F-- M-AH Assisfanf Professor of Business Adminisfrafion Assisfanf Professor of English XNH-SON D J Ph D TAMBI-YN. W- F-. Pl'-D-. Assisfanf Professor of Psychology Professor of English WOODS A M A TAUBE, E., Ph.D., Professor of Mafhemafics Assisfanf Professor of German lOn Acfive Servicel AITKEN, GEORGE, M.D., CALLAGHAN, VINCENT, M.D., F.A.C.S., Assisfanf in Anaesfhesia V.H. ANDRUS, PAUL MORPHY, M.D., F.R.C.P. ICI, Assisfanf Professor of Radiology ARMSTRONG, JOHN RUSSELL, M.D., Assisfanf Professor of Ophfhalmology, Ofology, Rhinology and Laryngology ASHESHOO, IGOR N., M.B., B.Ch., Associafe Professor of Bacferiology BABB, FRANK, B.A., M.D., Insfrucfor in Anafomy BARR, MURRAY LLEWELLYN, B.A., M.D., Insfrucfor in Anafomy BARTRAM, EDWARD, M.D., lnsfrucfor in Medicine and Elecfrocardiography BLAISDELL, JAMES, M.S., B.Sc., Senior Insfrucfor Pafhology and Bacferiology BLEZARD, JOHN, M.D., M.D.C.M., Assisfanf in Anaesfhesia V.H. BROWN, WILLIAM, M.D.C.M., F.A.C.S., Associafe Professor of Ophfhalmology, Ofology, Rhinology and Laryngology BOWMAN, JAMES, M.D., L.M., Lecfurer in Life Insurance BUSBY, ELDON, B.A., M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S. lCl, Assisfanf Professor of Surgery Insfrucfor in Surgery CAMPBELL, FREDERICK, B.A., M.D., M.R.C.P., F.R.C.P.. Associafe Professor of Medicine CLINE, CHARLES A., M.D., lnsfrucfor in Medicine CHILDS, JAMES, M.D., F.R.C.P., Associafe Professor of Medicine CLEGG, FRANK ROBERT, M.D., F.R.C.S., Associafe Professor of Obsfefrics and Gynecology COLLYER, GERALD, B.A., M.D., Insfrucfor in Medicine CRANE, JAMES W., M.B., Emerifi Professor of Pharmacology CROMBIE, DAVID, M.D.C.M., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.. Assisfanf Professor of Medicine DENNY, WILMER, M.D.. Assisfanf Professor of Pediafrics DUFFY, JOSEPH L., Ph.B., B.A., M.D.C.M., lnsfrucfor in Medicine FERGUSON, DUNCAN, M.D., Senior lnsfrucfor in Medicine FERGUSON, DUNCAN JAMES, L.C.D.S., D.D.S., M.D.S., Lecfurer in Sfomafology v zo - d-44 W ef-fb - GDT - mm mWmmWWWm9P'7 . FACULTY OF MEDICINE FERGUSON, FAROUARD, M.D., Assisfanf in Anaesfliesia V. H. FERGUSON, ROBERT, M.D., Assisfanf in Anaesfhesia V.H. FISHER, Joi-IN HEBER, M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.P. ici, Professor of Pafhology FISHER, STUART MacVICAR, M.D., L.R.C.P.8rS., L.R.F.P. 8: S., F.A.C.P., F.R.C.P., Insfrucfor in Medicine GEDDES, JOHN, M.D., lnsfrucfor in Medicine and in Clinical Therapeufics GORDON, RODERICK, M.D., D.P.H., F.A.C.P., lnsfrucfor in Elecfrocardiography GRACE, ARCHIBALD J., B.A., B.M., B.Ch., M.A., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S., Associafe Professor of Surgery GRAHAM, ANGUS, M.D., Assisfanf in Anaesflresia V.H. HALE, GEORGE, M.D.C.M., F.A.C.P., F.R.C.P., Professor in Medicine HARRIS, CHARLES, M.D., Lecfurer in Public Healfh HOBBS, GEORGE, B.A., M.D., Insfrucfor in Psychiafry HOLLEY, WILFRED J., M.D., Insfrucfor in Pafhology and Bacferiology HUFF, RALPH H., M.D., Insfrucfor in Paflwology and Bacferiology HUGHES, FRANCIS W., M.D., F.A.C.P., F.R.C.P. lCl, Assisfanf Professor of Medicine JEPSON, GORDON, M.D., Associafe Professor of Anaesflnesia JOHNS, EUGENE, M.D., Assisfanf Professor of Pafhology JOHNSTON, ROBERT, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S.lCl. Assisfanf Professor of Surgery KENNEDY, FRANK, B.A., M.D., M.S., F.A.C.P.iCl, Insfrucfor in Medicine LARGE, GEORGE, M.D.C.M., Insfrucfor in Pafhological Chemisfry LEWIS, JOHN, M.D., Insfrucfor in Medicine LINDSAY, JOHN C., M.B., F.A.C.P., Professor Emerifi of Pediafrics LITTLE, HAROLD, M.B., F.R.C.P.ICl, Associafe Professor of Pediafrics LOUGHLIN, EDWARD, M.D., Senior Insfrucfor in Obsfefrics and Gynecology LOUGHLIN, HUBERT, M.D., Insfrucfor in Pediafrics LUNEY, FREDERICK, M.D., D.P.H., Associafe Professor of Pafhology MacCALLUM, ARCHIBALD, B.A., M.D., Ph.D., F.R.S.C., Professor of Biocliemisfry MacDONALD, SAMUEL, B.A., M.B., Cl1.B., Insfrucfor in Genifourinary Surgery MACKENZIE, MARGARET, B.A., M.A., Fellow in Anafomy MACKLIN, CHARLES, M.D., M.A., PI'1.D., F.R.S.C., Professor of Hisfology and Embryology MACKLIN, MADGE THURLOW, B.A., M.D., Assisfanf Professor of Hisfology and Embryology MCALPINE, KENNETH, M.D., Insfrucfor in Pediafrics, Hisfology and Embryology McCAUSLAND, ARCHIBALD, M.D., C.M., lnsfrucfor in Psyclwiafry MCFARLANE, DONALD CECIL, M.D., lnsfrucfor in Ophflmalmology, Ofology, Rl1inoIogy and Laryngology McGEOCH, JAMES, M.D., Insfrucfor in Psychiafry McKAY, JOSEPH, M.D., Senior lnsfrucfor in Pafhology and Bacferiology MCKENNA, LEO, M.D.C.M., lnsfrucfor in Anafomy McLEAN, WILLIAM, M.B., Associafe Professor of Plwysiofherapy McNEILL, GEORGE, M.D., F.A.C.S., Professor of Radiology MILLER, FREDERICK, M.B., M.A., M.D., F.R.S.C., F.R.C.P., F.R.S., Professor of Physiology MORRISON, MURRAY, M.D., Insfrucfor in Radiology MOWRY, ALBERT, M.D., M.Sc., Insfrucfor in Obsfefrics and Gynecology RAMSAY, GEORGE, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S., Professor of Orfhopaedic Surgery READ, ARTHUR, M.D., Insfrucfor in Surgery REYNOLDS, KEITH, B.A., M.Sc., lnsfrucfor in Biochemisfry ROBINSON, JOHN, M.D., M.Sc., Insfrucfor in Physiofherapy ROOME, NORMAN, B.A., M.D., F.A.C.S., Insfrucfor in Surgery ROSS, CECIL, M.D., F.R.C.S., lnsfrucfor in Surgery ROSS, CHARLES, Lecfurer in Medical Jurisprudence L-gig EZQCIIPIQIZQFI20fC31Lf'9C2F'IQCI9I'31ZF?fIZ9F3ZI9IC2IZF'IC2Z3f'ffIZQfIZPQQ::FDQf?1LCDQ'21lF?Q5:OQC31 ' :Q ' ' av FACULTY OF MEDICINE SEABORN, EDWIN, M.D., F.A.C.S., LL.D., Lecfurer in Medical Efhics, Emerifi Professor of Surgery SEXTON, GEORGE B., M.D.C.M., lnsfrucfor in Medicine SHARPE, WILLIAM, M.B., I Insfrucfor in Medicine Tuberculosisl SHUTE, EVAN, B.A., M.B., Diploma of fhe American Board ofObsfefrics and Gynecological Research, Assisfanf in Obsfefrics and Gynecology SKINNER, HENRY, M.B., F.R.C.S.ICI, Associafe Professor of Anafomy SLACK, ALBERT JOSIAH, Ph.C., Mass. C. of P.H., M.D., D.P.H., Associafe Professor of Public Healfh SMITH, IVAN, M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.S.. Insfrucfor in Radiology STEVENSON, GEORGE, M.B., Professor of Psychiafry, Superinfendenf, Onfario Hospifal STRAVRAKY, GEORGE, M.D., M.Sc., M.D.C.M., Assisfanf Professor of Physiology SULLIVAN, CYRIL, B.A., M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.S., Insfrucfor in Obsfefrics and Gynecological Pafhology and in Obsfefrics and Gynecology SUMNER, WILLIAM, B.A., M.D., Insfrucfor in Pediafrics and in Clinical Therapeufics FACULTY BANBROOK, MARIE, B.A., Insfrucfor in Lafin DOBSON, REV. P. S., M.A., D.D., Principal DOBSON, HARRIET, B.A., Insfrucfor in French and German GREEN, GERTRUDE HUNTLY, Direcfor of Music GREGORY, RHODA, Insfrucfor in Physical Educafion HARDY, HELEN, B.A., Insfrucfor in English TEW, WILLIAM, M.B., F.R.C.S. Edinburgh, F.R.C.S., F.R.C.O.G.lCI, Professor of Obsfefrics and Gynecology TILLMANN, WILLIAM, M.D., F.R.C.P., Emerifi Professor of Pediafrics THOMPSON, SEPTIMUS, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S.lCI, Professor of Ophfhalmology, Ofology, Rhinology and Laryngology WATSON, EARLE, M.D., F.A.C.S.. F.R.C.P. Edinburgh ICI, Professor of Pafhological Chemisfry WAUD, RUSSELL, M.D., M.Sc., Ph.D.,. Professor of Pharmacology WHARTON, GEORGE, M.D., M.S., F.A.C.P.. Insfrucfor in Medicine WILCOX, LEWIS DeWITT, M.D., F.R.C.P., Insfrucfor in Medicine WILKEY, JOHN, B.A., M.D.C.M., Lecfurer in Public Healfh. WILLIAMS, ERNEST, M.D., Emerifi Professor of Gynecology and Obsfefrics WILLIAMS, HARRY, B.A., Research Assisfanf in Pafhological Chemisfry WILSON, JOHN CAMERON, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S., Associafe Professor of Surgery WOONTON, GARNET, B.A., M.A., Research Assisfanf in Physics and Physiology OF ALMA COLLEGE KERR, MARION, B.Sc., Insfrucfor in Home Economics KNOWLES, LILA McGILLIVRAY, Insfrucfor in Fine Arfs MCLEAN, ISABEL, B.L.I., Insfrucfor in Public Speaking MUNRO, MARGARET, Insfrucfor in Inferior Decorafion SPARLING, EDNA, B.A., Dean of Residence, Insfrucfor in Religious Educafion FACULTY OF ASFSUMPTION COLLEGE ARMSTRONG, REV. CHARLES JOSEPH, B.A., lnsfrucfor in Physical Educafion GUINAN, REV. VINCENT JOSEPH, M.A., Professor of Economic and Polifical Science Regisfrar HORNE, GILBERT RICHARD, M.A., Professor of Economic and Polifical Science KELLY, REV. JOHN MICHAEL, M.A., Insfrucfor in Philosophy LAJEUNESSE, REV. ERNEST J., M.A., Professor of French LEE, REV. EDWARD G., B.A., Professor of English, Lecfurer in Library Science MacDONALD, VERY REV. THOS. A., M.A., Presidenf of Assumpfion College, Professor of Science RUTH, REV. JOHN PETER, B.A., Professor of Mafhemafics B 22 - none' eqeqeqeqeqeqeqeqemeqe EgggeeeegieeeeeeeeemeeaneweaeeeE5B5E?B5E5eaQ mum or ASDSUMPTION comes BURNS, REV. FRANCIS LEO, M.A., Lecturer in Economics COLL, REV. E. BLAKE, B.A., Lecturer in French DENOMY, REV. ALEX. JOSEPH, M.A., Ph.D., Lecturer in English and History DONI-ON, REV. JAMES ALEXANDER, B.A., Lecturer in Religious Knowledge GARVEY, REV. EDWIN CHARLES, M.A., Ph.D., Lecturer in Philosophy KENNEDY, REV. V. L., M.A., L.es L., D.Arch., Lecturer in History MALLON, REV. HUGH VINCENT, B.A., Lecturer in English MALLON, REV. JAMES FRANCIS, B.A., Lecturer in Romance Languages MORAND, HON. RAYMOND D., P.C., M.D., Lecturer in Economic and Political Science MULLIGAN, MAURICE JOSEPH, M.A., Lecturer in Chemistry MURPHY, REV. JOSEPH STANLEY, M.A. Lecturer in English NOSSOTTI, ANDREW, B.Sc., Lecturer in Mathematics REUSS, REV. NORBERT CLARENCE, B.A. Demonstrator in Chemistry and Physics ROACH, REV. WILLIAM JOSEPH, B.A., Lecturer in Philosophy RUTH, REV. FRANCIS SYLVESTER, B.A., Lecturer in Chemistry and Physics SONBERG, JOHN JOSEPH, M.A., Lecturer in German THOMPSON, REV. GEORGE JAMES, B.A Lecturer in Latin WEILER, REX. ARTHUR JEROME, B.A., Lecturer in German YOUNG, REV. EDMUND MICHAEL, B.A Lecturer in English and History FACUTLY OF URSULINE COLLEGE MOTHER MARY AGNES, M.A., Instructor in English BRENNAN, REV. F. J., S.T.L., Professor of Religious Knowledge CHILDS, REV. G., Lecturer in Religious Knowledge COOK, REV. J. A., Ph.D.. Lecturer in Philosophy DAVIS, LORNA M. S., M.A., Professor of Home Economics MOTHER M. EILEEN, Instructor in Mathematics MOTHER M. FELICITAS, Instructor in German FLANNERY, REV. T. W., S.T.D., Lecturer in Philosophy FLYNN, REV. L. J., B.A., S.T.L., S.Se.L., Lecturer in Philosophy INKSATER, ELIZABETH, B.A., Instructor in Home Economics MOTHER MARIE, M.A., Professor of French and Spanish MOTHER M. MERCEDES, M.A., Professor of History POCOCK, REV. J. H., B.A., Associate Professor of Philosophy MOTHER M. ROSANNA, M.A., Registrar, Instructor in French and Economics MOTHER M. ST. EDWARD, B.A.. Instructor in French MOTHER M. ST. JAMES, M.A., Dean, Professor of English MOTHER M. ST. MICHAEL, M.A., Instructor in Economics and Latin Rev. WEMPLE, REV. L. A., B.A., Ph.L., Professor of Philosophy Faculty Of Waterloo College Of Arts CLAUSEN, REV. F. B., D.D., President, Dean of Seminary, Acting Dean of Waterloo College, Professor of Religious Knowledge DUNHAM, B. MABEL, B.A., Instructor in Library Science EVANS, WELLESLEY D., M.A., Associate Professor of French HAUG, HANNAH MARIE, M.A., Professor of History HIRTLE, ROY J. E., M.Sc., Professor of Science, Associate Professor of Mathematics JEFFERIS, JEFFREY D., Ph.D., Professor of Classics KLINCK, CARL F., M.A., Professor of English LITTLE, REV. C. H., D.D., S.T.D., Professor of Religious Knowledge and Biblical Greek, Bursar MOELLMANN, ALBERT, Ph.D., Professor in Economics and Business Administration RIKARD, REV. JAMES A., M.A., Professor of Philosophy and Religious Knowledge SCHORTEN, REV. HERMAN, D.D., Professor of German TWIETMEYER, LOUISE KATHLEEN, M.A., Associate Professor in German and French aceweweeewewevmiwieiesuwewawewewewe ggbgQSBQBSBSBEBSESQQBSBQBSQSQSBQBQQSQSQSBSQQQG QUENIUVEGBSUWTY I ,- ,r K. v -,. ,. mi Us ,W -5' ' 1 . ,.g ,F Y' XC.. 1 :QM-, M any - 5223333 To +he Class of I940: Your gradualion from 'rhe Universily is a happy and also a solemn crisis in your lives. I+ is no occasion for boasling, for plalilude, or for adulalion. I wish you all Iols of work, plenly of fun, and of leisure enough +ha'r you may spare some for olher work. May you enjoy as much happiness as you 'fry 'ro creale for olhers, and success in pro- porlion lo 'rhe reach of your sympalhies. I hope +ha+ you have learned here chiefly how IiHIe you know: 'rhal knowledge, avidly soughl, honeslly faced, courageously acled upon, is lhe only sure bond belween men and befween peoples: and lhal if democracy means anylhing aclion is re- quired of all, irrespeclive of gaps in knowledge, desire for advancemenl, or 'rhe despicable secu- ri+y of 'rhe mugwump. You have enioyed privileges denied 'ro many who could make as good use of 'rhem as your- selves. You will be regarded as leaders as you should be. Thus your responsibililies are doubled. Neilher ralionalize lhem info inaclion, nor prosli- lule fhem 'ro selfishness, nor evade lhem by pafernalism or philanlhropy. You are new wine. Sociely, polilics, business, even organized religion, will pour you inlo old boHIes. If you Iel lhem. I have higher hopes of you. R. E. K. PEMBERTON, Honorary Presidenl, Arls '40. 1:QQT391pyqmgqpgzgggzzggzzqazrrgxzqnz:gpsQ.faa11,,fxQsggr,lgu:Q.,Cm1D,5x1f,smrgsxx35x12,,5xvr,:,gg aww ea CLASS HISTORY - ARTS '40 "The Time has come," The Walrus said, "To speak oT many Things. "OT graduaTion, bread-lines ........ and Things." -The Walrus. ArTs '40 broke on WesTern wiTh greaT gusTo. ln our Tour years here we can aT leas+ boasT of The quesTionable honour of having been The mosT commenTed on, if noT The mosT viciously maligned, "Year". ln SepTember, 5936, we received a somewhaT dubious welcome Trom ArTs '39. This iniTiaTion sTarTed Freshie Gordon Taylor on The TirsT of a long series oT proTesTs. These proTesTs reached a peak oT disTincTion Three years laTer when a similar acTion almosT resulTed in The closing of The UniversiTy by The Provincial GovernmenT. Q ln The Tall of our TirsT year we received all The rouTine warnings: speeding on The drive, Throwing lunches around Room 2, breaking TurniTure in Room I9 and daTing college co-eds. We remember, even Then, beefing abouT CaTeTeria meals and preiudiced sTudenT courTs. Early in our TirsT Term Jim Orr was given The quesTionable honour of being elecTed The TirsT presidenT of ArTs '40 in The hisTory of The UniversiTy. These TirsT elecTions marked The beginning oT our period of high pressure poliTics and resulTed in The largesT voTe polled in Freshman elecTions up To ThaT Time. Ken Mooney, aTTer cloisTering himself wiTh Brown's column Tor our TirsT Three monThs, finally decided he had absorbed enough college wiT To wriTe his own nonsense. He bursT TorTh in laTe I936 wiTh The eTiForTs ThaT laTer were To degeneraTe inTo "Joe College". AIT Hurley, during The same period, was laying The ToundaTions ThaT were laTer To make him WesTern's number one sTudenT aThleTe. He Tound a place in aThleTic and scholasTic headlines in his TirsT year and has consisTenTly held iT. ln The spring of '37 The Girls' Senior BaskeTball Team won "The bronze baby" Tor The second consecuTive Time and They've hogged iT preTTy well ever since. The Women's Council, wiTh Dr. Turville as Toreman, were abouT To pick up shovels and dig The ToundaTions Tor a Women's Union Building. They sTill are. WiTh a liTTle more money and some co-operaTion Trom belligerenT naTions They'll do iT yeT. Our TirsT year closed wiTh Terry Ferris being elecTed new presidenT and Frances Boyce, vice-presidenT. ln The Tall oT '37, our second year, we iniTiaTed ArTs '4l, only To Tind ThaT a Third Taylor had arrived To swell The Two-man chorus againsT iniTiaTion. The resT oT us conTinued To enioy making The Frosh look silly. IT wasn'T very hard. AbouT This Time, Johnny Loaring, prominenT member oT ArTs '40, ran oTf To AusTralia. ATTer Things had seTTled down again aT WesTern he came back To Train Tor The Olympic Games and TurTher disTinguished himself. We remember WesTern Univer- siTy's radio broadcasT, Avis Clarke shaming Don Redman wiTh her super band-leading, marriage proposals To co-eds, Mooney co-ediTing The JazeTTe land ThaT killed The JazeTTe Tor a couple oT yearsl, The aboliTion of iniTiaTion, and The sTudenT courT sTill remaining a hoTbed oT dissaTisTacTion. AT The end of second Term Terry was re-elecTed year presidenT and Marjorie FeaThersTone Took over The vice-presidency. Our Third year opened wiTh John HunT and ArT Lennox collaboraTing wiTh Bill Bramah in The ediTing of The GazeTTe. FeaTures oT The year were The appearance of aTTernoon rioTs li.e. dancesl in ConvocaTion Hall: OliphanT, HilTon, Hurley and FausT sTarring wiTh The MusTangs in 28 V TbvdlIplfcilbvcilnci1b.cibdIIb.dCbeiIa.c5II1ci1kx5Ifb.ejZ1koziIk1ci1k3'n5Iit'?dlh3fciIk:ri u CSS"-?. EQ PQPQ' ?Q?q?Q?Q?2?QPH?QPQ?Q?Q?Q?QPQ?QF CLASS HISTORY - ARTS '40 lhe inlercollegiale rugby linals: Sadie Hawkins lirsl slriking lerror inlo lhe hearls ol Weslern "he-menu: lhe Band being al lasl recognized as Ca nada's leading College gridiron enlerlainmenlg Bill Craig slrulling his slull as a, cheer-leader and Frances Boyce sponsoring a youlh hoslel move- menl whereby everybody was lo go on long hikes lrom here lo lhere and back again. Don Pearce, lhal lall, ediled lhe "Lilerary Supplemenl" in such a way lhal he was asked lor an encore in I939. Gord Taylor, All Hurley, Peggy Slurman and Fred Hill were elecled lo lhe U.S.C. and Terry and Doris Eagles became lhe new Prelecl and Sub-Prelecl. Percy Lee look over lhe presidency ol lhe year and Mari. Fealherslone hu ng on lo her vice-presidency. Thal lhird year closed wilh such a bang lhal lourlh year very nearly didn'l open. The Prolesl Campaign was lhe biggesl awakening in Weslern hislory. ll was a broadside ol banners, poslers, parades, speeches, pamphlels, radio broadcasls, balloons, hilch-hiking, lellers and Mr. Hepburn. Mooney organized a band lhal blew much sweeler lhe nighl belore lhan lhe morning aller. Jock Slewarl was lhe slar lrumpeler li.e. lhe nighl belorel. Arls '40 planned and carried oul lhe Prolesl Campaign and we defy any olher year lo beal il. Belore classes resumed in I939, war was declared and lhe world suddenly look on a lillle dillerenl appearance. As if lhal were nol bad enough, il was evenlually revealed lhal Arls '40 had placed lhe Universily in lhe hands of a series ol bad-men. The edilor ol lhe Gazelle had become an irresponsible scamp ol lickle idenlily. The Prelecl had dilficully keeping his Assembly in hand and lhe U.S.C. developed ils own aulocracy. To lop all our worries Arl Lennox relurned lrom his vacalion behind whal he claimed was a red, arislocralic beard-needless lo say il was laler removed al a pre-rugby game lracas. To celebrale our linal year lhe Muslangs won lhe inler- collegiale lille wilhoul losing a single game. All Hurley won lhe McCullagh lrophy and Ralph Blackmore won lhe McCullagh. The Taylors ran campaigns againsl secrel lrials, lhe Gazelle, lhe Prelecl, lhe Honour Sociely, elc. Conway, aller lhree years ol solilary sulking, assumed lhe edilorship ol lhe Commerce Quarlerly and lurned in lhe linesl iob lo dale. Carllon added lo his lame as a dance convenor by pulling on his supreme ellorl, lhe Arls '40 dance. The war lirsl dipped inlo our under- graduales wilh bolh John Rider and Bill Archer leaving Universily lo ioin lhe army. Haggsie, who had been benl on becoming "lirsl lady ol Arls '40", was loiled by Mary Hayman who cul classes lor a couple ol days lo go and gel married. Our beaulilul sub-prelecl demonslraled lhe diversily ol her lalenls by modelling lor nalional slocking adverlising. Fellowships were won by several ol our members, lirsl blood going lo Clyde MacDonald, slar pianisl of our year. Gradua- lion loomed in sighl and pre-exam cramming began again. Aller lour years we almosl had il down lo a science. Nolable lealure ol gradualion was our unique female geologisl, slriclly an Arls '40 producl. Peg Slurman was lhe baby gradualeg she won'l be eligible lor lhe old age pension unlil l986. ll was greal while il lasled, lhe pily is lhal finally we musl leave. However, in our briel lour years we have accumulaled enough malerial lor all lhe Arls '40 bull sessions lhal can be held lrom now unlil elernily. Remember lhe shock you gol lhe lirsl lime you lilled lhe receiver and swilchboard greeled you wilh a deep bass voice lGladish and Hilll? Remember lhal inde- linable somelhing known as lhe "Spoils Syslem", so ably exposed by lhe edilor ol lhe Gazelle? Remember Mooney and Taylor, aller vainly lrying lo "cover" lor each olher, escaping in a canoe down a swollen Thames? Remember .... H. G. P. T. 29 GgggbifgibvgivgillQYS:2?,vS:l?,v.B:rv.laii:Q,v.3:il,YSQ:?,1eE2:r,ialf:r.1f3Q:bvaziifaivkbig55551535119Q 59 QQ GERALDINE ANDREWS Secretarial Science ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO Commerce Club Kappa Alpha Theta WILLIAM L. ARCHER Honour Chemistry LONDON, ONTARIO Science Club Swimming C.O.T.C. Kappa Tau Sigma LORNA ARSCOTT Honour French and Latin LONDON, ONTARIO Undergraduate Women's Council Women's Athletic Committee Le Cercle Francais Classical Society Hockey S. JACK ASKEW Honour History ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO Orpheus Society S.C.M. Debating Society Players' Guild Swimming LOUIS C. W. ASSALY Honour Business Administration ROSETOWN, SASKATCHEWAN Gazette Comme ce Club Commerce Ouarterly Board C.O.T.C. Alpha Kappa Psi DAVID NORMAN ATKINS Honour Chemistry NORVVICH, ONTARIO Exchange Student Science Club C.O.T,C. Q 3 ""Q"',g E I t "" K ' -.3 A N tl VV L I ' R 2. I L s. mul...-ze "UQ 63 1. gsm: 44' UQ ':- . .1 Q . ,Y T. LAWRENCE BALL Honour Business Administration ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO 0 Commerce Club Golf Team Badminton l GORDON BASTEDO General Arts WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO I.V.C.F. Soccer Basketball C.O.T.C. IEAN BEBENSEE Honour English Language and Literature BOTHWELL, ONTARIO I.V.C.F. Hesperian Club Debating Society 4 5 if 5 Z M , ' MURIEL BELL Secretarial Science is it i, SARNIA, ONTARIO Commerce Club Archery Kappa Alpha Theta a ll X5 z :5 it AS? s ,I :Lsm BLACK if Honour Romance Languages f l PARIS, ONTARIO Nag Gazette intl' Le Cercle Francais ' Hesperian Club , Orpheus Society 'vc L, , ,St ,, 7 I' -' " RALPH BLACKMORE General Arts WALKERVILLE, ONTARIO Occidentalia Literary Society Debating Society Boxing C.O.T.C. Delta Upsilon In 30 FRANCES C. BOYCE Honour French and German LONDON, ONTARIO Gazette Year Executive S.A.A. Women's Council S.C.M. Le Cercle Francais Gamma Phi Beta MERLIN BURTON llonour Business Administration ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO Hockey Basketball Rugby THELMA BUTTON Honour French and Latin CHARING CROSS, ONTARIO Classical Society Le Ce cle Francais EDWARD W. CARLTON Honour Business Administration LONDON, ONTARIO Honour Society Commerce Club Commerce Ouarterly Board Basketball ANNE CARROLL Honour History VVATFORD, ONTARIO Exchange Student I.V.C.F. Badminton AVIS CLARKE General Arts LONDON, ONTARIO Gazette Protest Campaign Players' Club Le Cercle Francais Fencing Archery l Ax KEITH COATES General Arts LONDON, ONTARIO Volleyball Basketball Hockey C.O.T C. IOAN COGDON General Arts LONDON, ONTARIO Le Cercle Francais Orpheus Society Hesperian Club Archery Badminton Pi Beta Phi AUSTIN CONWAY Honour Business Ad LONDON, ONTARIO Occidentalia Commerce Club Comme'ce Ouarterl Handbook Ski Club Badminton C.O.T.C. Delta Upsilon IIM COULTER Honour Business Ad ministration y, Editor ministration GLANWORTH, ONTARIO Commerce Club Alpha Kappa Psi BILL CRAIG Honour Business Administration WINGHAM, ONTARIO Centralized Year Treasurer Year Executive Commerce Club Cheer Leader Alpha Kappa Psi WILLAMINE DICK Secretarial Science MILTON, ONTARIO Orpheus Society Commerce Club Gamma Phi Beta ELIZABETH DOW General Arts DUTTON, ONTARIO Gazette Pi Beta Phi DORIS EAGLES Secretarial Science MEAFORD, ONTARIO Honour Society Sub-prefect Undergraduate Worrieii's S.A.A. Athletic Directorate Cheer Leader Basketball Swimming Kappa Alpha Theta CLAIRE ELLIOTT Honour Geology VANCOUVER, B. C. Gazette Council VVornen's Athletic Committee Student Court Science Club Hockey Basketball Soccer Fencing CLEM FAUST Honour History NEGAUNEE, MICHIGAN Rugby Basketball W. LORNE FERGUSON Honour Business Administration SARNIA, ONTARIO Gazette Commerce Club Commerce Ouarterly Board C.O.T.C. Alpha Kappa Psi TERRY FERRIS Honour History LONDON, ONTARIO Honour Society Prefect S.A.A. Year Executives Gazette Orpheus Society Harrier Track Basketball Hockey C.O.T.C. IJ T r,,, A - 1 2 mn Y f ,C Y . ' M sg, , . xy .f"""ln Crier . ,,.,., f N N N X , MARIORIE FEATHERSTONE Honour Mathematics a d Physics LONDON, ONTARIO Women's Athletic Committee Year Executive S.C.M. Science Club Tennis Gamma Phi Beta MURRAY FRAREY Honour Geology LONDON, ONTARIO Science Club Hockey ' Fencing EDWARD GALE Honour Chemistry LONDON, ONTARIO Orpheus Society Science Club Badminton ROBERT GLADISH Honour Business Administration and Secretarial Science TORONTO, ONTARIO Commerce Club Ski Club Rugby Track Basketball Swimming DOROTHY GOLDING Honour Business Administration and Secretarial Science SEAFORTH, ONTARIO Occidentalia Gazette Protest Campaign Commerce Clu Hockey E ,A BARBARA GOVAN Honour French and German LONDON, ONTARIO Year Executive Women's Athletic Committee Le Cercle Francais Swimming Tennis LILLIAN GRAHAM Secretarial Science LONDON, ONTARIO Commerce Club Swimming Hockey DORIS GRAINGER Honour History ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO Le Cercle Francais B. CAMPBELL GRANT Honour Chemistry BELMONT, ONTARIO Science Club Boxing Wrestling Hockey C.O.T.C. Kappa Tau Sigma AUDREY GRAY Honour English Language and Literature ALVINSTON, ONTARIO Hesperian Club I.V.C.F. Badminton EVELYN GRAY General Arts WINDSOR, ONTARIO Year Executive Gazette Players' Guild Le Cercle Francais Basketball IULIA GRAY Honour English and French ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO I.V.C.F. Le Cercle Francais Hesperian Club Orpheus Society .1 "L in , , MARY ELLIOTT GREENE Honour Biology INGERSOLL, ONTARIO li ,-,' Gazette Q Science Club ski Club Swimming Pi Beta Phi REX M. GUEST 4 Honour Chemistry LONDON, ONTARIO Science Club Badminton X MARY HAYMAN General Arts LONDON, ONTARIO Exchange Student Gazette Occiclentalia Hesperian Club Players' Guild Gamma Phi Beta fs A HELENA E. HIGGINS Home Economics f LONDON, ONTARIO Q Honour Society Gazette Occidentalia Players' Guild if Cheer Leader Archery Swimming Pi Beta Phi A S' FRED HILL 1 Honour Business Administration and Secretarial Science WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO Honour Society ' ""' U.S.C. S.A.A. Occidentalia Commerce Club - Debating Society I - Wrestling WALER HILTON Honour Chemistry BELLEVILLE, ONTARIO Rugby Fencing Wrestling C.VO.T.C. MARY HOLMES Secretarial Science SEAFORTH, ONTARIO S.A.A. Orpheus Society Commerce Club Players' Guild Gamma Phi Beta EDITH HUGHES Secretarial Science SARNIA, ONTARIO Orpheus Society Commerce Club Hesperian Club Gamma Phi Beta GLADYS HUMPHREYS Honour Classics LONDON, ONTARIO Honour Society S.A.A. Year Executive Women's Athletic Committee Student Court Classical Society Le Cercle Francais Swimming Archery Pi Beta Phi IOHN HUNT General Arts LONDON, ONTARIO Honour Society Gazette, Editor Student Court Debating Society Players' Guild Ski Club C.O.T.C. ALFRED HURLEY Honour Mathematics and LONDON, ONTARIO U.S.C. Science Club Rugby Swimming Basketball Kappa Tau Sigma MARGARET IN GRAM Secretarial Science ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO Physics Undergraduate Women's Council Commerce Club Badminton 1 l. if 415 ...Q Us dll N X I " 17 1 ff f X V f' it N ! I l' fx ft' W f ,. It? 1 I fa 'QQ - i, ,,.. ,uv Y , ....-.. L. f .....,.., MARION IACKLIN Honour English Language and Literature ELMWOOD, ONTARIO ' Undergraduate Women Hesperian Club Le Cercle Francais Gamma Phi Beta WILLIAM IARVIS Honour Geology LONDON, ONTARIO Science Club GORDON IEFFERY General Arts LONDON, ONTARIO Debating Society Riding ROY KENT General Arts SARNIA, ONTARIO Rugby Wrestling HAROLD KING General Arts ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO Science Club Rugby Basketball Hockey STUART LAND 's Council Honour Business Administration LONDON, ONTARIO Commerce Club Swimming Hockey W. DONALD LAWRENCE General Arts CHATHAM, ONTARIO Year Executive Badminton C.O.T.C. IEAN LAWSON Home Economics LONDON, ONTARIO Women's Athletic Committee Tennis Badminton Swimming Basketball Hockey Pi Beta Phi PERCY LEE Honour Classics LONDO'N, ONTARIO Year Executive Classical Society Basketball Fencing C.O.T.C. DAVID MCAREL MACAULEY General Arts PORT MORIEN, NOVA SCOTIA Track Basketball C.O.T.C. BEVERLY MCCULLAGH General Arts LONDON, ONTARIO Glee Club CLYDE MCDONALD Honour Philosophy and Psychology LONDON, ONTARIO Orpheus Society Debating Society Fencing C.O.T.C. L 'Si 4Qu dwgw ' .ae-1 ,, . sg, it mt Q, . XR 'Ml . Af N' ih- in GWB , .5 'A fl A iw. f il N A , ,, It .ifx 22 6 I X 1 if FRED MCNAB General Arts ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO Commerce Club Orpheus Society Newman Club Boxing DOROTHY MACLEAN Secretarial Science GUELPH, ONTARIO Women's Athletic Committee Commerce Club Le Cercle Francais Badminton Kappa Alpha Theta GERALDENE MACKINNON General Arts WINDSOR, ONTARIO Le Cercle Francais Players' Guild Swimming Ski Club Pi Beta Phi IEAN MCNALLY Home Economics LONDON, ONTARIO Year Executive Womens Athletic Committee Basketball Tennis Pi Beta Phi DONALD S. MCRAE General Arts BRUSSELS, ONTARIO C.O.T.C. ALLAN S MCVICAR Honour Business Administration ROSETOWN SASKATCHEWAN Commerce Club Commerce Ouarterly Occidentalia Fencing C O T C ROBERT MILROY General Arts ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO S.C.M. Debating Club IAMES H. MOON Honour Mathematics and Physics WATFORD, ONTARIO Exchange Student Science Club Hockey C.O.T.C. KEN D. MOONEY Honour Business Administration WINDSOR, ONTARIO Honour Society Centralized Advertising Manager Occidentalia, Editor Gazette Commerce Quarterly Board S.A.A, Protest Campaign Basketball Rugby C.O.T,C. Delta Upsilon LEATA MUCKLE General Arts LONDON ONTARIO Debating Society WALLACE B NESBITT Honour Economic and Political Science WOODSTOCK ONTARIO Players Guild Debating Society Commerce Club Political Science Club Badminton COTC EDWARD NEWELL Honour Chemistry WOODSTOCK ONTARIO Exchange Student Science Club C O T C '-4.-W3 l l 7 +7 " Nf f K f N 1 'kmx p f ix! New x 'K ,f 1 xi xl x sl ft 4 X x X x 5 ws E f X t game X, 3,.,1 Q ., I ff, vi: 5 Q I X is 'l - ,M 4 H fl T 'W X f 7 49, X1 f f I X ff A , X X , A if f f km Min Q 1 f :YQ , VL... s xt, S .Q f 'll' 11: X f 1 t y X f if X Q , ., ,,, L ., Q . lb .. ,J 36 GEORGE S. OLIPHANT General Arts TORONTO, ONTARIO Year Executive Rugby Wrestling IAMES ORR Honour French and German LONDON, ONTARIO Gazette Year Executive S.A.A. Le Cercle Francais Debating Society STUART PADDON Honour Mathematics and Physics ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO Science Club Rugby Basketball RUTH PARSONS Honour English and French LONDON, ONTARIO Occidentalia Undergraduate Women's Council Hesperian Club Orpheus Society Le Cercle Francais WILLIAM PARSONS Honour Geology LONDON, ONTARIO Science Club Rugby Fencing Ski Club C.O.T.C. Kappa Tau Sigma BETTY PATTERSON Honour Philosophy and Psychology LONDON, ONTARIO Tennis Swimming Ski Club HELEN PELLING Honour French and German SARNIA, ONTARIO Le Cercle Francais Hesperian Club Debating Club MARION RAINES General Arts LONDON, ONTARIO Orpheus Society Badminton BURNS RATCLIFFE General Arts ST. MARYS, ONTARIO Orpheus Society C.O.T.C. RUTH RAYMOND General Arts LONDON, ONTARIO Classical Society KEN RICH Honour Business Administration LONDON, ONTARIO Commerce Club Commerce Ouarterly C.O.T.C. Alpha Kappa Psi LOUIS ROBINSON Honour History WINDSOR, ONTARIO Exchange Student Hesperian Club Track . 37 FRANK ROLOSON Honour Geology ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO Science Club Soccer ELSIE ROUTLEDGE General Arts WALKERTON, ONTARIO Orpheus Society Players' Guild Classical Society KEN SCOBIE Honour Business Administration TORONTO, ONTARIO Commerce Club Basketball Rugby WALTER SHRIVES Honour Business Administration LONDON, ONTARIO Occidentalia Commerce Club Basketball Rugby C.O.T.C. Delta Upsilon MARIE SMIBERT Honour Business Administration and Secretarial Science LONDON, ONTARIO' Occidentalia Commerce Club Commerce Quarterly Student Court Debating Club H. WARD SMITH Honour Chemistry LONDON, ONTARIO Science Club Swimming RUTH SPAVEN General Arts INGERSOLL, ONTARIO Debating Society Orpheus Society I,V.C.F. ROBERT R. STEELE General Arts FORT FRANCES, ONTARIO Orpheus Society C.O.T.C. LLOYD STEVENSON Honour Science LONDON, ONTARIO Gazette Occidentalia I-Iesperian Club Fencing C. N. R. STEWART General Arts I-IALIBURTON, ONTARIO Protest Campaign Players' Guild Rugby Track Hockey DOUGLAS STEWART General Arts SEAFORTH, ONTARIO Orpheus Society I-Iesperian Club AUDREY STREET Honour Business Administration and Secretarial Science RIDGETOWN, ONTARIO Commerce Club Gazette V, 1.1. . ,,, Q . I Qt. . H A. gmi,,+,gg..m,, . ' ri Lg. f 3.1 1 ' ' SA I -1' .nw K 2 , , V Q, gist I -2 -' .- V' 'E -ss 'Q fit tb 511: qu iff N' .. ' r ,I ev-' ,,. eswzirf' X- fllltfv 'Qt ' 1 5. X ' K ' if I Q , s , .tw . K .. ., igzax Q W, arm.. 3 W- iff! T7 S 3 8 MARGARET STURMAN Secretarial Science LONDON, ONTARIO U.S.C. S.A.A. Undergraduate Women's Council 1 Women's Athletic Committee fi ' Basketball if Swimming ' Kappa Alpha Theta CHARLES SWARTZ General Arts ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO Science Club Wrestling C.O.T.C. JOHN S. TALBOT - General Arts LONDON, ONTARIO Gazette Science Club Orpheus Society Qt Hockey Soccer MARY TASKER V"V Secretarial Science LONDON, ONTARIO S.A.A. Year Executive X Undergraduate Women's Council Women's Athletic Committee A Occidentalia Archery Gamma Phi Beta ..'11 ' GORDON TAYLOR -I I-Ionour Economics and Political Science 2 ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO Honour Society U.S.C. S.A.A, Student Court Protest Campaign Political Economy Club Debating Club Radio Debates ,iii Rugby ""- Fencing Delta Upsilon BARBARA TENNENT Secretarial Science . LONDON, ONTARIO t, Tennis Badminton ku Archery if ' CLINTON THOMPSON General Arts LUCAN, ONTARIO Science Club Basketball HELEN TRACE Honour English and French LONDON, ONTARIO Debating Society Le Cercle Francais I-Iesperian Club Orpheus Society DONALD WADDELL Honour French and German WALKERVILLE, ONTARIO Le Cercle Francais MARION WEBSTER Honour Science ,Q ST. IVIARYS, ONTARIO K Undergraduate Wornen's Council 'fi Science Club Women's Athletic Committee Soccer L I MAURICE WHEATLY I General Arts .- f LONDON, ONTARIO Players' Guild Soccer Hockey AUSTIN WRIGHT I-Ionour Business Administration CHATI-IAM, ONTARIO Debating Society Commerce Club Soccer C.O.T.C. Alpha Kappa Psi l ff '31 f - I 3 V I, 39 ELIZABETH YOUNG Honour Biology ILDERTON, ONTARIO Science Club LOIS COX General Arts Windsor, Ontario EMERY NELSON General Arts WINDSOR, ONTARIO ARTHUR E. EVANS General Arts PRINCETON, ONTARIO ARCHIBALD EARL GILLIES General Arts KITCHENER, ONTARIO IAMES G. GRIFFITH General Arts NEW HAMBURG, ONTARIO EMIEDUCUNE fy. lm f "M A rd' X sv v nw ' -1 if'- I I li To 'rhe Graduaies of l940: ln ihese lroubled limes, wi+h 'rhe civilized world in chaos, gradua+ion may seem, al firsi glance, 'ro be a siep info ihe dark. "Fear no'r! Life s'rill leaves human eflori scope"g +he fields for service are always while un'ro harveslg sickness and suffering are ever wi+h us, opporiunily conslanlly beckons fhe good physician. How 'ro be one? The answer is simple, aHainmen+ difficult So live 'rha+, when you have finished your "wall: lhrough life", you may say wi+h Osler: "l have loved no darkness, Sophisiicaled no +ru+h, Nursed no delusion, Allowed no fea r. DR. CHARLES A. CLINE, Jr., Honourary Presidenl Meds '40. 3'3fkJ I9C3IZCx3IIFX3SIFiCIIIC5CJCI9,C3GIF',C3CIPF2iIF-5,'2IIPFIIQCI3991IFi,f3IIF3,C9CZC3iCHi1QCILQCIIFfCIIF5f3SLQc3SIF3,f3ifFif3Q!f H CLASS HlSTORY - MEDS '40 "Thaf l will lead my life and pracfise my Profession in uprighfness and honour." When Meds '40 firsf enrolled fhe year of graduafion seemed as remofe and inaccessible as fhe year I934 now appears. Buf af lasf if has rolled around. Of fhe fhirfy-nine originals, fwenfy-fwo have fallen by fhe way, buf new members have swelled our ranks fo fhe grand fofal of fwenfy-nine. Meds '40 has clone nofhing new or sfarfling in fhe way of Universify acfivifies buf ifs members have confribufed fo fhem freely and fully of fheir fime. , How well we all remember our firsf regisfrafion day. How losf we felf in fhis sfrange new environmenf, how we fhoughf we mighf never be able fo sfarf fhe course because fhose regisfrafion forms almosf baffled comprehension. Buf soon we were losf in a whirl of lecfures and labs, frogs and dogfish, fumes and formulae and fheir exams and more exams. Buf life really began in our second year when we came down fo fhe Medical School. This was our proper level. How proud we were fo be known as Dirfy Meds and fo scorn each and every Arfs sfudenf as a panfywaisf. This year we also began our various exfra-curricular acfivifies in earnesf. Our baskefball feam, which won fhe championship for fhree years running, was our pride and joy. Buf, like all greaf feams, our aging members wenf down fo defeaf graciously af fhe hands of younger players. To volleyball we have also confribufed leading players who are sfill guiding fhe younger men in championship games oufside fhe school. ln hockey, Meds '40 was a flop, buf we gave our opponenfs a laugh and a good fime. In boxing and in foofball we have confribufed our share. The fhrill of a lifefime came when fhe Musfangs gave us fhe championship as a graduafion presenf. Socially we have had our momenfs. Perhaps we are besf known for fhe Snowball dance in our second year.. lf was magnificenf buf expensive. We are sfill paying for if. Dan Cupid has found his mark in five of our members who have banded fogefher info a club. Of course Meds '40 has leff ifs mark on fhe various publicafions, fhe governing bodies and fhe Osler Sociefy. We have also enioyed fhe advanfages of changes in fhe curriculum which have occurred during our course. Each year fhe Medical course is being made more and more pracfical. Our members have seen some of fhis and have confribufed suggesfions which are fo be incorporafed info fufure changes. 44 9' 9 9 Elsifeivieiiriei QQWQS-3, 9359 Qi 93539 Qgvekiizfi bvdlkydbv V .... dl .dllbdf T' Yi V Hd Yi V lhifiibdl 'I - 444 IFHIQQI A 2F3iIZF39I1f'.+igIF3LQ23F3JE3IIF3i31lC5EIIF5E2ZLCJ9iLCj9ILCJElZIF3EILCRLf',,C3:1C5,,flZZFJ,, A CLASS HlSTORY - MEDS '40 Our class had fhe grea+ misfor+une 'ro lose one of Hs members fhrough dealh. George Kihiclx, one of fhe original members, succumbed in June I939 afler a long and courageous fight He was one of our mos+ versaiile members, being prominenf academically, alhlefically and socially. His dealh was a greai loss +0 our class and we exfend our hear+fel+ sympa+hy +o his family. A+ lasl' we are finishing our final year. Much of fhe levily and carefree spiri+ of earlier years has been forgoH'en in a slowly-won feeling of responsibilily which we acquired when we lei? 'rhe laboralory for fhe hospilal ward. Unforlunalely, +he oulbrealc of war has rendered +he 'Fu'rure somewha+ more obscure +han i+ used 'ro appear. How- ever, +he members of Meds '40 leave 'rheir Alma Mafer for new fields wi+h a feeling of grafiiude 'rowards +heir ieachers. We have been +horoughly 'rrained and are fully prepared +o en+er on fhe nexl' phase. We realize humbly how liHle we lcnow aboul ihe acfual pracfice of medicine bui we 'Feel we are ready and able +o carry on in a manner which will do credil fo our Alma Maler, our feachers and ourselves. 45 :E X L 58 1 NICHOLAS ALEWICK WINDSOR, ONTARIO Basketball C.O.T C. BERKELY BROWN LONDON, ONTARIO U.S.C. Volleyball C.O.T.C. Alpha Kappa Kappa EDWIN G. BROWN ST, THOMAS, ONTARIO Year Executive U.S.C. Gazette Medical Ioumal Hippocratic Council Osler Society HARVEY CLARE GUELPH, ONTARIO Hockey C.O.'I'.C. CLEMENT DELITSKY TORONTO, ONTARIO Director of Symposia RALPH DIAMOND BROOKLYN, NEW YORK ,PCG Ial' 'I I A , I' X .,,'2 I V- W gl ,5 ,M rw gin Digi, I I' ' 1145 ff I Q ' .., , W y 5' just 5 1 we I-e--il 'iii 47 , ,,,,,,, 19- mini!" I V . V ,, ig, if ' . .' mi., 1 v , 4' i f N N f Q' F QQ f Q Jw N E it 4, W I 3 xt fi ,, 'K Eva.. K MORRIS FINKLESTEIN BROOKLYN, NEW YORK Basketball Hockey IAMES D. GALLOWAY ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO Gazette Medical Iournal MORTON GOLDEN BROOKLYN, NEW YORK Basketball Boxing IOHN E. GOMPF HAMILTON, ONTARIO Fencing C.O.'I'.C. ARCHIE IOHNSON ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO Year Executive Basketball Volleyball Golf C.O.T.C. Alpha Kappa Kappa HAROLD KESTER LONDON, ONTARIO Year Executive Medical Iournal Hippocratic Council Osler Society Delta Upsilori IACOB LEVINE BROOKLYN, NEW YORK Gazette Basketball Volleyball Swimminft PHELPS P. LURIA ANSONIA, CONNECTICUT IACK D. MCINNES SUDBURY, ONTARIO Hockey Ruqby C.O.T.C. Alpha Kappa Kappa IOHN A. MCLACHLIN ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO Rugby Alpha Kappa Kappa I. F. MULLINS WALLACEBURG, ONTARIO Newman Club I N Rugby Hockey C.O.T.C. Alpha Kappa Kappa ARTHUR A. NAREFF NEW YORK, NEW YORK Gazette Basketball I gt, sf l '5'lW'1"9'?"""""" , Wh 5 kg . 1 vt? A 4 v7 x Q ff x, Qi 5 X xx e, N ax Y sg I A I ' Q 2 if I , , 'HD' ' QQ' I 24 ti, 2 I at K 'a ,Q . 2 - 1 f 1 I Z f :Im I ki ig a fx? J I 7 . , Y , I ha E ,Q I , I W 24 Q .2 Ie! " Z ,sk . iz. X3 rs, K, ga Z v fi! I3 ft , ,331 it V QS: Q si f I as I: ,146 at 2 fit R WILLIAM NEEDHAM CHATI-IAM, ONTARIO Hockey Soccer C.O.T C. IULIEN PRIVER NEW YORK, NEW YORK Gazette Medical Iournal THOMSON ROOS I-IESPELER, ONTARIO Basketball FRANCIS G. RUSTON DUTTON, ONTARIO Osler Society Athletic Representative Ruqby Basketball Volleyball C.O.T.C. Alpha Kappa Kappa BERNARD SCHUMM KITCHENER, ONTARIO HYMAN SHAPIRO LONDON, ONTARIO KEN SYMINGTON RODNEY, ONTARIO Gazette Medical Iourrial Rugby Swimming C.O.T.C. WILLIAM WATTERS LONDON, ONTARIO li. L K LEO ZANKAN LONDON, ONTARIO Basketball Volleyball 49 STRATFORD ONTARIO Hippocratic Council Athletic Representative Ho key Alpha Kappa Kappa IRVING WEINTRAUB VALATIE NEW YORK Basketball 1 Emc WEBB .al A , Rugby C PU ILUC HLEAWH v- Q6 5' lar . - , X X- 2. I, Q X,,xWx xg 'S I X x f A RN C W 6 wx is Wx 1 iw .1 i I l To fhe Graduafes of I94O: 3 The hisfory of fhe nursing profes- sion has shown fhaf since man has needed nursing care our inferesfs and prob- lems have been fhose of sociefy as a whole. So foday, large numbers of Canadian nurses have regisfered fheir loyal supporf for war service. ln your specialized fields of feaching and supervision in hospifals as well as in public healfh nursing, yours will be in service fo fhe civilian populafion whose needs are as greaf as in peace fimes. They also musf be served. Though fhe fime spenf wifh us seemed all foo shorf, we feel we have come fo lcnow your special abilifies. We are confidenf you will meef your responsibilifies willingly wifh dignify and efficiency. MILDRED l. WALKER, Chief, Division of Sfudy for Graduafe Nurses. MARGARET G. ANDERSON, B.Sc. Hamilton, Ontario VERA A. BRUEGEMAN, C.P.H.N. Waterloo, Ontario DORIS I. BLACKALL. B.Sc. London, Ontario IENNIE BELL BERRY, C.P.H.N. Kingston, Ontario LOIS B. COLWILL, B.Sc. London, Ontario ELSIE CROPPER C P H N London Ontario :arf4133.??5gggasfagggpnv'1ggpl!'1l'!ll' X6 T'NZ???? Nl :v th s , fits rig, 1 Y ' , 1 Q. Q 3 r ,G N Zen 1 3? .Q 2 9 , W3 M1 . Alf ,DS- xf , Q EZE?Z??q5f W ' ' ' l K I 1 K .QQ , i f - 3 . 1 W V f -. f N' , " I qi: ,I I 'SQA .X . 'I' , 'Q,'VW- v,,i5??L . 4 bww? if , A " ' '93 "illv an-og, .1 Q fb 54 V, 'QQ .,,. " 2? I V9, , J as ' ki zifk l ff f 5 f if W-i 6, 3, ,rl .3 , 'I f. va - , e ,,. f,,. , ,, Q X55 's F g, ,, QQQQHY 'x' Q . x , ,. 'v 1, Y A at E ,QQZQQ , Q, ,F , fftftif' A X. , , 7 41',',' 5255? , A ,455 5 zts- ,3 . ei X -J xi Vi 4 Q 0 3 -f 1: ,I gi. ffaf it 23.1 .4-V. -.-14 -1' . GLADYS R. ERSKINE, C.P.H.N London, Ontario IEAN HAMILTON, B.Sc. Chatham, Ontario BARBARA KNOWLES, B.Sc. London, Ontario ESTHER L. LEVINE, C.P.H.N. London, Ontario MARGARET D. MCLEAN, B.Sc. Kerwood, Ontario RHAE A. MCRAE, C.I.N. Wardsville, Ontario Stratford Ontario FLORENCE QUIGLEY, C.P.H.N London Ontario Q -ti 1 INEZ M. RICKINSON C.P.H.N A , - f , , Q3 . ,,,,, . Fort Frances, Ontario .Q A r X 9 AAZA 'O Z X L. LILLIAN M. ROSS, C.P.H.N. '- London. Ontario F f GERTRUDE PURCELL, C.P.H.N. 'S HELEN RUSH, C.P.H.N. London, Ontario JEAN L. SMITH, B.Sc. London, Ontario MARGARET B. TURNER, Hamilton, Ontario NANCY WALLACE, B.Sc. London, Ontario STUDENT EXECUTIVE 4 fp., ., Barbara J. Knowles, Doris J. Blaclcall, Rhea A. McRae, Lillian M. Ross. 44rQW93QrH Sdabdbd, U CL GL Ag? G-JT 4015, C.P.H.N. CMO 1P""""' GQDMIFLIGQD .QQ 'W ,. sa , vw e 3, ., Wag Kr' ,,,,gzzw,f A f Q w' 'K R X ii W lv ..-am Q an hfk'N'-'NA-'X-A"'N' 'N' -v H551 Q we if, -5 ,of X. 'lax HQ i. i i wi' i n 61: ' if ,a s "ai'5v'T V ' i XA6X 3 J A ' N - ..1. Alma College is clelighfecl fo be included in 'rhe big Wesiern family and +o appear for 'rhe firs+ 'rime in Occidenialia. While lhere are few undergracluales al' Alma, we have many common inleresls and pleasani con'rac+s. The Facully and The s'ruclen'rs of Alma join me in presenfing our Greeiings and Bes+ Wishes +o +he Graclualing Class and 'fo all members of +he Universily. P. S. DOBSON, Principal. 59 ' 'Wg 254235QsrgivgisfgQYSQYS92395QargivgivgzivaivgivgrivgisgiiisvkQigivkivfzrivgivaev ASSUMWUQENI K, QL. i 'S W W 1 N 1 1 K I 1 1 T :AN Wm X mis-. a. Q5 --1 'c. L- A Q! 5 XB lx - E9-,ELI i QCIIYQIFCIPQ29,635fQcIlC5,cIZC5,CIIF5,fIIQqIIF5,CIIF5,c3II9ClIFxIIF3 a?aaAwAea'i?55'i5a c CLASS HISTORY - 1940 To fhe unfold number of Assumpfion supporfers, pafrons, alumni, faculfy and sfudenfs, fhis year is of special significance. Wifhouf excepfion 'rhe members of fhis graduafing class have had fhe privilege of being very infimafely associafed wifh each ofher during fhe whole four years. This is responsible for fhe bonds of friendship and love which exisf and which, I frusf, will confinue 'ro exisf in years 'ro come. Wifh 'rhese fies, 'rhis graduafing class has pledged ifself 'ro furfher 'rhaf efernal friendly relafionship fhaf exisfs befween Americans and Canadians and which has been so predominanfly culfivafed by 'rhis insfifufion in 'rhe pasf sevenfy years. Every member is iusfly proud of 'rhe school moffo,-"Teach Me Goodness, Disci- pline and Knowledge". I am unable fo express our senfimenfs, our feeling of fhankful- ness for 'rhese giffs which we have received. We do realize, wifh all franlcness, how essenfial 'rhese are in fhe molding of our respecfive careers. Every graduafe is very appreciafive of 'rhe opporfunifies he has been offered in 'rhe differenf fields. Nof only has he had 'rhe chance 'ro furfher his infellecfual knowledge buf 'rhrough parficipafion in college afhlefics and college exfra-curricular acfivifies he has furfher developed his physical, educafional and religious qualifies. We have parficipafed during fhese shorf years in fhe various sociefies which undoubfedly have developed for us a personalify which will give us a disfinguished place among our fellow men. This graduafing class leaves ifs Alma Mafer wifh an apparenf, buf nof acfual, separafion. We have, in all sincerify, a union which has been developed in fhe pasf four years by our adherence 'ro such inspiring ideals as Goodness, Discipline and Knowledge. 63 IOSEPH BERNARD BILITZKE General Arts CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN RICHARD LEO BOLAND General Arts CHICAGO, ILLINOIS DAVID WILLIAM BURKE General Arts HOOSICK FALLS, NEW YORK HUBERT WILLIAM BURKE Honour Philosophy ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN CHARLES IOSEPH CLARKE General Arts HARROW, ONTARIO ALEXANDER IOSEPH DEVINE. General Arts C.S.B. THOROLD, ONTARIO ,, ,, . .sei ,si I l 5 W E I I I s I ,QI y , f X ,E is Xxx gi I IX Q A A r X 'N Q ? og X rw SE fi 4s 9' ' W :S I N x, Q if fx xx 'X N xf' A 5 ,I I t g ,X I M 44 I s .Z .,.,. ii' -IFN I ' A ,af v ,. , '21 ,f-r.. ' - , 5 , fi 2 ' Q. ,,-Q: .jg I ,sg ,V 1 , . , W - ,, JM: sl. ' -2 . :EEPZQ ' F ,an ,,, , K In VINCENT CONRAD ECKERT. CSB Honour Philosophy DUBLIN, ONTARIO WILLIAM IAMES ENNEST General Arts MINDEN CITY, MICHIGAN EDWARD CHARLES FORTIER Honour Philosophy MATTAWA, ONTARIO IOHN ERNEST FOX Honour Philosophy YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN LOUIS IOSEPH GASSER Honour Philosophy YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO' CARLO ALBERT GRASSI Honour Philosophy WINDSOR, ONTARIO ANDREW IOSEPH MCLEAN I-Ionour Philosophy WINDSOR ONTARIO General Arts 1' ST. THOMAS ONTARIO D A 1 I x Y STEPHEN RYAN MCMANUS 5 5 I Y, J 153 T A Q If 1 s K fi we 3 or GREGORY NORMAN MCMILLAN. C.S.B General Arls DETROIT, MICHIGAN use 4 'fa 245 fl THOMAS MICHAEL MILLER 1 fy General Arts ROCHESTER, NEW YORK K h ,. ,V MONTY ROBERT NIGRO General Arts EDMONTON, ALBERTA 65 LQURLESSCUA Q 1 ,, Q, ,A W N r 'i vw ' ? . i M. X , . - 'Y ,i l i l I N I X V w w 4 4 iw N N , ,-X N -my A , XL,Q ,, L 4 ' M W W 'L' QA 'A ' rie:rirxrrv:r2gCm:rf9::e:e:ri1fa:rifa: rigfirrifmrigqpzfinogfipfxrfgfmpgqp-fm VERITAS You who go out of Ursuline College in I940 face a world of unusual struggle and of uncommon problems. ln the struggle, may you find the honest cause, the cause of God's iustice, and tight for it. May you 'Front the issue bravely and unselfishly. You will have great need for bravery and you will triumph only in unselfishness. ln solving your problems, economic, social, and spiritual, may you ever tesi your answers by the norm of truth. "What is truth?" a cowardly politician once aslted of the Prince wait for an answer. But, graduates "Lord, that I may see!" open your your pleading. The Light will glow gray caves. Burst of vision once showed a seer "the traffic of Jacob's ladder Pifched betwixi Heaven and Charing Cross." A share in that vision is for you. God give you sight! KATHLEEN BRISSON Honour French and English DETROIT, MICHIGAN Hesperian Club Le Cercle Francais Newman Club Badminton Basketball Swimming ELEANOR FORRISTAL I-Iorne Economics LONDON, ONTARIO Newman Club Dramatics RUTH KEHOE General Arts KAPUSKASING, ONTARIO Gazette I-Iesperian Club Le Cercle Francais Newman Club -0' .salt Pi 69 of Truth. Unhappy Pilate, in that important hour, did not of I940, you musi' wait. When you cry out in 'rhe darkness, eyes. The changeless, eiernal, absolute Truth will unveil to for you. The Splendour will shine and bless dull clods and LOUISE LONERGAN General Arts OTTAWA, ONTARIO Occidentalia Gazette I-Iesperian Club Newman Club EILEEN MAHONEY Honour English Language and Literature NIAGARA FALLS, ONTARIO I-Iesperian Club Orpheus Society Newman Club B d ' t a min on Basketball MARIORIE MACDONALD Honour French and Spanish RIDGETOWN, ONTARIO Le Cercle Francais Orpheus Society Newman Club Dramatics QQJNSEEIRVATFQDERY wgw X94 WWA 6 Q 1 ,X 1 T55 . 'QI-:Q wr- if -gk -dp R "" I I r 4' c...- Y u N 'f bu.. The purpose 0+ +he Wes+ern On+ario Conserva+ory 0+ Music, which is +he a++ilia+ed music ins+i+u+ion 0+ +he Universi+y, is +o encourage music s+uden+s o+ our par+ o+ +he province +o look +o our own Universi+y +or i+s s+andards and +eaching +acili+ies and +o give +heir allegiance +o +heir own ins+i+u+ion. Much has already been accomplished, and many impor+an+ ins+i+u+ions are giving us +heir suppor+. In addi+ion +o priva+e +eachers and +o members 0+ our own +eaching s+a++, +he following have already +aken par+ in our academic work: Alma College, S+. Thomas S+. Angela's College, London Ki+chener Conserva+ory of Music S+. Joseph's Conven+, Goderich Simcoe Conserva+ory of Music S+. Joseph's Conven+, Simcoe Ursuline Academy, Windsor S+. Joseph's Academy, Woods+ock Glengarda, Windsor S+. Joseph's Conven+, Ingersoll S+. Joseph's Conven+, Windsor S+. Joseph's Conven+, Sea+or+h Sacred Hear+ Conven+, London "The Pines", Cha+ham When +he ac+ivi+ies o+ +he Conserva+ory are such as +o prove +he need, +here is no ques+ion +ha+ our Universi+y will provide courses and credi+s +ha+ will give +he s+uden+s +he s+anding +hey would like +o have wi+hou+ necessarily having +o go +ar afield. Arrangemen+s will even+ually be made +o seek ou+ ex+reme +alen+s and +o provide means +or +os+ering and publicizing +hese wor+hy cases. All universi+ies are +inding i+ necessary +o recognize music in +heir academic curricula and i+ is +o be hoped +ha+ +he ci+izens 0+ Wes+ern On+ario will +ake pride in an ins+i+u+ion of +heir own. 73 HDD? NFJEIYHJLESS W dw 1' f iff K X, A M.W9'r?s ,smkiwx : ggi wg 4 Q' ixffm , w ag- J, x -,el V W, i 2 i f ww 9 nk I - in x - I Q 6 "Qg5:Q"' ' IPQCIFTI ' IFTQIWT1 PQ'I3F'9I19F311CTQ3?9lC?S20FI2f3Q3LC'1'?CI9I'IZF3QQIF?Qi1"'IIFiICI Q T0 OUR GRADUATES Dear College GraduaTes: You live in epochal Times. Never before has The clash of ideals so ominously resounded ThroughouT The world-never before have These ideals so clearly shaped Themselves inTo Two opposing Torces. There seems To be no place Today Tor The Temporizer or The neuTral-minded. BoTh have been challenged To sTep aside from "No Man's Land" and choose Their deTiniTe sphere oT acTion. This choice is a TaTeTul one, and we awaiT The ouTcome wiTh baTed breaTh Though sure of The evenTual Triumph of spiriTual sTrengTh againsT bruTe force. BuT your Teachers are inTeresTed in anoTher sTruggle, Tor well do They lrnow ThaT The highesT glory or The darlcesT Tragedy in each individual life is The upholding or The surrender of loTTy ideals. The acid TesT of consTancy is The power oT self-sacrifice Tor TruTh and DuTy. May These Two words, dear GraduaTes, be The Labarum which leads you on To The achievemenT of your souls' high desTiny. MARGARET GOGGINS if --fr 'T i O M ELIZABETH ANN HALL General Arts ' , - :V General Arts WINDSOR, owmmo if WINDSOR, ONTARIO F A i I 4 T , 'N MAURETTA TEWELL General Arts ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO 77 KHIUEQQDENI kwa X9 3 il gg :gg A- LQ Q K X R, 'rifg' - ' ' FQFUJFQFQQPQCHZIQCIITQFQCZIPFlZIQCIlC'Q'IZ9ffIIPQQIF'QfIZE'IQZIF'QfIlC5'I SS HISTORY - 1940 "Now, my co-mafes and brofhers in exile . . . Though Huron sends only eighf men fo Convocafion fhis year, she sends men of enfhusiasm and abilify, men varied in oufloolc and ambifion, and, whaf's more, men wifh a sfory fo fell. If is now forfy-fwo monfhs since fhe presenf class, groping on hands and knees fhrough ghosfly corridors, found ifs way fo fhe bapfismal fonf in fhe College cellar. Many unforgeffable experiences have filled fhe inferval. For insfance, fhere was fhe "fheolog" who spenf mosf of one nighf under a bed in fhe affic . . . and fhe freshman whose raffer-rending scream has nof yef evaporafed from fhe College fimbers . . . and fhe occasion when fhe year lfhen appareled in ifs sophomore dignifyl lcepf careful guard in Leclcie's room while one of our number was modesfly, if profesfingly, fubbed in 'rhe room below by enferprising freshmen. The aufumn of '37 saw fhe class sfrengfhened by fhe addifion of an eminenf fraclc and field sfar whose specfacular end-runs made Huron a baffling foe on fhe infer- faculfy rugby campus. During fhe same year several of our men parficipafed acfively in fhe programs of fhe Orpheus Sociefy, fhe Debafing Club, fhe Science Club and Theafre Nighfs, fhereby confinuing Huron's fradifional supporf of Universify funcfions. I938-39 wifnessed half of our number doing excellenf infern work af Sf. Joseph's Hospifal, and if is surrepfifiously reporfed fhaf af leasf a fhird of us were highly successful and confinue fo be! Buf now fhaf we were loffy Juniors, and were beginning fo loolc up in fhe world, if seemed fiffing fhaf we should disfinguish ourselves in fhe mafurer sporfs of carpef-bowling, bridge, fable-fennis and bull-sessions, producing from our midsf college leaders in each field. No one will ever forgef fhose fanfasfic momenfs when '40 men would waff unerring bowls from one end of fhe common-room fo fhe ofher, amid fhe gasps of incredulous specfafors! V The spring of I940 brings us unimpaired, if somewhaf sobered, almosf fo fhe end of our collecfive exisfence as a year. Buf however divergenf, in fhe fufure, our indi- vidual lives may be, we shall always possess many common memories and experiences fhaf will remain unalferable, providing us, as a group, wifh an inspiring slogan . . . "sure, I was af Huron". 8l .Nga cis: nga: egg: vga: 33:2 nga: ::?:: nag: :gin nga: egg: Q15 effizivg gferg: is :arf-3335 QYSQSQYQ Q15 Q52 33532 Q5 QQ nes? K HOWARD HAMILTON Arts and Theology OWEN SOUND, ONTARIO Players' Guild Fencing Rugby Basketball C.O.T.C. 4 a IOHN HENDERSON Arts and Theology LONDON, ONTARIO ' I-Iesperian Club Players' Guild Harrier Track C.O.T.C. IOHN LOARING Honour Mathematics and Physics WINDSOR, ONTARIO Occidentalia S.A.A. Student Court Science Club Track Harrier Swimming Kappa Tau Sigma LIONEL NELLES Licentiate in Theology LONDON, ONTARIO Badminton I LAWRENCE OWEN Arts and Theology INGERSOLL, ONTARIO Gazette Debating Society Badminton C.O.T.C. DON PEARCE Honour English Language and Literature BRANTFORD, ONTARIO Honour Society Gazette Debating Society Hesperian Club Orpheus Society Players' Guild Swimming BERTRAM SILCOX Arts and Theology VVOODSTOCK, ONTARIO University Band FRANK WATTS Arts and Theology LONDON, ONTARIO STUDENTS' EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MISSIONARY SOCIETY Senior Student - - LIONEL A. NELLES IDivinityI President ---- LAWRENCE OWEN 3rd Year Rep. - - C. BORDEN SANDERS IArtsI Vice-President BERTRAM SILCOX 2nd Year Rep. - - JAMES F. GRANDY IArtsI Secretary - JAMES CATLING Ist Year Rep. - DONALD FLOCK IMedsI Treasurer ----- DR. ANDERSON DEBATING UNION COMMON ROOM BOARD Speaker - - - DONALD R. PEARCE IArtsI Curator ---- C. HARRY WHICHER CIerIz ot the Court - RAYMOND COVENY IArtsI Members of the Board Sergeant-at-Arms - FRASER GALBRAITH IArtsI C. B. SANDERS H. HAMILTON E. J. RIDER ATHLETIC UNION President - - - MAX SHEPPARD IArtsI Vice-President - - JOHN HENDERSON IDivinityI Secretary-Treasurer - - JOHN DOUGLAS IMed'sI 333 339 335 :fQ?5 :2?22 1:35 ass: V-: ang: :Ye :-'?' av' e-se '- -- '?' 44 Fif+h Row: Don Pearce, William Draper, Donald Flock, Fraser Galbrai+h, Harry Whicher, John Hender- son, Michael Davis, John Loaring, Lawrence Owen, Jim LeH. Fourlh Row: Alan Douglas, Borden Sanders, Max Sheppard, John Gilles, George Marshall, Murrayi Wya++, Wendell Smilh, Fraser Melcalfe. Third Row: John Douglas, John Guya'H, Murray Eagles, John Cheshire, John Rider, James Grandy, Clyde Brown, David Asbury, E. Welles. Second Row: Fred Killer, Harold Seegmiller, Jacln Edgar, Nile Bier, James Calling, Douglas Henry, Berfram Silcox, G. C. Fenning, Raymond Coveney, Richard Crichlon. Fronl' Row: Howard Hamil+on, Lionel Nelles, Rev. M. A. Garland, Rev. Franlr Anderson, Principal Waller, Rev. R. R. Lalimer, Rev. A. A. Trumper, Dean Billingsley, Frank Wa++s. 83 Q hcilhydfbdIPta.ciIp.cjIfkn.ciZk3fciik3'Q5lI3fciIk3f5Ifk35lIt?fi bydbfibyd STG PEWIELFBUS f M 2 W f-vf 4 1 5' ,S as X . , sm .f 6, . if , 4 ww- X , :if f ,Q W 4' R f W ff? f'X! v X lx. :f ' fi:- 4-P- ZFHIF59 A IPR335591IWHELCIFXIFHIPXIFHPHPEIFHLOAXPKQIH13631253912959 as ae eo aaa ST. PETER'S SEMINARY cones: or ARTS Wifh 'rhe beginning of fhe presenf academic year Sf. Pefer's Seminary opened a new chapfer in ifs comparafively shorf buf evenfful hisfory. Sepfember I939 broughf fhe complefion of a new direcf affiliafion befween fhe Seminary and fhe Universify of Wesfern Onfario. The announcemenf of fhis new affiliafion caused some surprise fo many who had faken for granfed fhaf such an arrangemenf had already been in operafion for some years. Buf such was nof fhe case, and a brief review of fhe evenfs leading 'ro fhis final acf should be sef down in order. Up fo 'rhe presenf year fhe sfudenfs in arfs courses from Sf. Pe+er's Seminary had been regisfered annually in fhe Universify fhrough Ursuline College. This arrangemenf. which was meanf fo be only femporary, was begun in l923 when fhe lafe Bishop Fallon, founder of fhe Seminary, decided fo add an Arfs Faculfy designed fo frain sfudenfs in philosophy in preparafion for fheir fheological sfudies. The fheological deparfmenf of fhe Seminary was founded in fhe year l9I2. The plan was highly successful. Each year an increasing number of sfudenfs wifh fheir degrees of Bachelor of Arfs in Honour Philosophy have passed info fheology for fhe final four years of fraining for fhe priesfhood. During fhe infervening years fhe Seminary sfaff gradually assumed a greafer share in fhe 'reaching of all subiecfs on fhe course. This had been fhe infenfion from fhe sfarf buf ifs realizafion was nof immediafely possible since if required addifional special fraining of sfaff members fo underfalce fhe faslc. The older graduafes have pleasanf memories of fhe years during which fhey were privileged fo affend lecfures af fhe Universify. The names of fhe lafe Professor Auden and many ofhers who are sfill af fheir posfs are held in affecfionafe remembrance by fhose who had fhe good forfune fo pass under fheir scholarly influence. Accordingly, during fhe pasf year fhe requesf for direcf affiliafion was submiffed fo fhe Senafe of fhe Universify. Safisfied fhaf fhe Seminary had mef all fhe Universify's requiremenfs for sfaffing a college of Liberal Arfs, fhe Senafe recommended fo fhe 87 eiiivfi253532Qfiiviiviisriflviiviivaiariifiiviieieevisaiiek 'fi C 'QiLGQZPCIIPCIZGQIP01IP'Qi39F3CIPF3ZIQFJIIPFIIPFJI3Q'IIF3lfRZ13QCR1L09ilQfIIF'93399ZIF3F3IZF3FIIF31CI?9 ST. PETER'S SEMINARY coma: or ARTS Board of Governors +ha+ 'rhe Seminary be admi++ed +o affilialion. The Board accepied lhe recommendafion and 'rhe new college received +he +i+le: S+. Pe'rer's Seminary College of Arls. This brief skelch of 'rhe his+ory of S+. Pe'rer's philosophical deparlmenl inevilably brings fo mind +he cordial relafions which have always been main+ained befween 'rhe Seminary and +he Universi+y. The aufhoriiies of 'fhe laHer ins'ri+u'rion have always mel our requesfs wi+h a fine spiril of co-operalion and absoluie imparlialily of 'rrea'rmen1'. S+. Pe'rer's Seminary grafefully acknowledges 'rhis la+es'r geslure of approval and confidence and values highly 'rhe closer 'ries +ha+ resuli from fhe new agreement Ib dl dbdbdbdbdbviibd 'fi V Zhliifbdl 88 Q22 AUGUSTINE CAPITANO Honour Mathematics and LONDON, ONTARIO IOHN COUGHLAN Honour Philosophy HASTINGS, ONTARIO MARTIN DACEY Honour Philosophy SCRANTON, PENNA. IOHN GRAHAM Honour Philosophy LONDON, ONTARIO IOHN I. IORDAN Honour Philosophy HAMILTON, ONTARIO Physics WILFRID MOUSSEAU Honour Philosophy VVOODSTOCK, ONTARIO LOUIS OUELLETTE Honour Philosophy WINDSOR, ONTARIO GERALD RAU Honour Philosophy ZURICH, ONTARIO I. A. SALTRY Honour Philosophy SCRANTON, PENNA. IOSEPH SUPER Honour Philosophy TAYLOR, PENNA. THOMAS TRACEY Honour Philosophy PITTSTON, PENNA. UlDEE11I'lELi3UifD0 'S T QXWWSM We 41", I .Xi ,. 4. A if 'fl Y l I i' 2 4 yu M... Wg v , 'C Y.. J, , S xf xx I , 'f ,ff . ?: 4 'Vx 4 xg.: Q was W, ,K '+. x . if . -M I 4 , 5 5 'K -0 IX A 4 is 'I 7 N 3 I VfmRLoo Q1 ff 'Url gf' N , 3 ,1 :Nh I Nurs !' HW To lhe Gradualing Class of l940: One of +he aims of an ins+i'ru+ion of higher educalion is 'rhe encourage- men'r and promo+ion of beHer ihinlcing by all who have ever dwell wilhin i'rs walls. And lherefore my desire for you is +ha'r you may go forfh from Waferloo College wilh 'rhe abilify and de+ermina+ion +o lhinlc in every way noi' only more clearly and crilically, bu'r also more kindly and sympa'rhe'rically, 'rhan when you enlered upon your college life. Only 'rhen may we who have worked wi+h you and for you feel confiden'r +ha+ we have been able 'ro pass on +o you and share wi'rh you lhe besi of our inlelleclual herilage. God bless you in 'rhe realizafion of +his aim and in a fuller frui+ion of i+ in your fulure work. JAMES ANDREW RIKARD, Honourary Presidenl of Class of '40. USE AKSIM Honour Classics XVATERLOO, ONTARIO Z' . ri ELSA CHRISTIANSEN . 3. Honour French and Latin PEMBRoKE, ONTARIO If , GERTRUDE DABER General Arts 'Q KITCHENER, ONTARIO JEAN KELLERMAN General Arts WATERLOO, ONTARIO M -I JA is LI , HARRIS VEITCH General Arts HANOVER, ONTARIO BERYL LAKE Honour English and French TORONTO, ONTARIO MARY MCGARRY Honour French and Latin KITCI-IENER, ONTARIO CLAIRE POPE Honour French and Lalin KITCHENER, ONTARIO ESTHER TEGLER General Arts WALKERTON, ONTARIO , KN, if , 1-2,2 Z' M3 '..., I 5 X f I 4 W X2-, , W, 6 X 5 , . h S if , f 4. ai 'Q Q f 5 Rf Q' 1 A 9 I i 'a 5 I4 S f 1 X f 1 K 1 5 ": I xr, .x : KQV W I ' qw, - W ,,,.::.- 2 f ,mb , Aijyf ff ' f Q I ' A iw .5 ggi, ft, gif 1 3 , if r f ff 213242 7 :truly -Q 4 1 1 A ,Q ,, M M ,ip f ,, AM, , 2 V, f -vgijpafwlifkv' Q ,, f 3 -fu, 4 f" X wma f, .' f V ' 7 1 VH' :Wh "N fwg, ff Syd-4 ge 4 11 , 0 894 W, maj' '49, - A 42 ' N f z f Q fx'vfwsfmw X- X 'ffwfif 1. iqiff' agua X ff x f , 2, f Sw W:-p w , 3, f . ' ,. 4 , ,.,.,. ' r-if-1 4 U 3, lx f ' . GX f f I, 15.1, , ,iwgw , Q X if 5 W L "Qs : . . tsp Q, ATHENAEUM EXECUTIVES Arnold Conrad, Ari' Moyer, Alvin Baelz, Laura Louise Livingsfon, Jaclr Blinlclworn, Wallace Minlce. Fronl Row lseafedlz Professor Evans lS+aFFl, Use Alcsim lPresem' Presiden+l, Lloyd Winhold lPas+ Presidenll, and Dr. Jefferis lS+affl. COLLEGE CORD STAFF Back Row lleff 'ro righllz Jaclc Blinlilwrn lEdi'lor-in-Clliefl, Harro Pfeiffer, Melvin King, Beverley Pugh, AI Mcflaggarf, Dave Dooley, Dr. Moellman lS+aFf Advisorl. Middle Row: Jean Kramp, Claire Pope lWomen's Edi+orl. Fron+ Row: Use Alcsim, Alice Hedderick, Nora Eager, Delphine Har+mann, Kelze Boehmer. -xc f!,4---1 1 YJ GIRLS' BASKETBALL Jean Kramp, Mary Pope, Elsa Chrisfiansen, Anne Kunfz, Dorofhy Whi+ney, Nora Eager, Pa+sy McGarry. 9 7 ' QKBGANUZATUQQKNIS .I we 5' 1 1 1 I 1 '52 x f J hu ,Z-uf ln. , 'lv , ff . WJ 1357 -xwy f 'vfgssa f , Wi! 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' vwz 'x.,M1 14 ff' f-V .- 14:'4':""0,-'. f , - A 'rsfqfi 355' .fgxx ,gl 11 55, .' 1 f , -:elf Y .v f X -V ff, wp- V' N Mg 1,21 X ' f' 5 A I x ' I A , MLC ' 1 4" 1 K .Y -, I f Wiv- 'W' 7 my ms ' 'T EDWARD CARLTON DORIS EAGLES TERRY FERRIS HONOUR SOCIETY "Admission fo l'l1e Honour Sociely shall be reserved +o sl'uden'rs in +l1e second 'rerm of lheir final year who, mainlaining a salisfaclory academic slanding during 'rheir enfire under- graduale course, have rendered valuable service 'ro +l1e Universify in non-a'rl1le+ic exlra- curricular ac'rivi+ies, namely, flue maior offices of s+uden+ governmenl, universily publicalions, debaling, dramaiics and music, and +o such o+l1er s+uden+s as may by unanimous decree of a special commiHee appoinled for fhis specific purpose be recommended for 'l'l'l6 honour." GORDON TAYLOR DONALD PEARCE KEN MOONEY HELENA HIGGINS FRED HILL GLADYS HUMPHREYS IOHN HUNT ,gf Q15 5954 'M s..,f 523652 V I' V 1362415 61.63 I UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' CDMMISSION P d+ V P df M + IF M 1 fPbI 'r M + fE+ I S +y Minisfer Wi+I1ou+ P GORDON TAYLOR - EDWIN BROWN ALFRED HURLEY - FRED HILL Aff BERKLEY BROWN PEGGY STURMAN ff I LILLIAN ROSS L UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' COMMISSION The Universily Sludenls' Commission is lhe sludenl governing body which conlrols all sludenl mallers concerning lhe Universily ol Weslern Onlario as a whole. ll is composed of lour represenlalives from lhe College ol Arls, lwo lrom lhe Medical School and one from lhe Inslilule ol Public Heallh. Ils income is equal lo lhe combined income ol lhe various sludenl governing bodies ol lhe above menlioned lacullies. Since lhe inceplion ol lhe U.S.C., ils ollices have been considered sinecures and lrealed as such. Dulies and powers righllully under lhe iurisdiclion ol lhe Commission were lorgollen by il. The orphaned powers were used and abused by unelecled sludenls. The Commission ol I938-39 sel up a sound financial syslem. Using lhis as our slarl we lried lo reslore lo lhe U.S.C. lunclions righllully belonging lo il, lunclions illegally married lo irresponsible sludenls. We eslablished a Cenlralized Adverlising Managership: Mr. Ken Mooney received lhe appoinlmenl. His job was lo solicil adverlising lor all sludenl publicalions excepl lhe Medical Journal. Because ol his genius and hard work, lhe adverlising in sludenl publicalions was increased by well over eleven hundred dollars. By lhe lime lhis book reaches lhe sludenls, all publicalions will be lree from debl. All in all our Commission made ralher exlensive changes in lhe policy ol lhe U.S.C. and ils conslilulion. Realizing lhal lhe names Don Wrighl and U.W.O. Band are synonymous, realizing lhal he is a necessily so lar as lhe band is concerned, we doubled lhe nominal remuneralion lhal he used lo gel. Our commendable generosily was exlended lo lhe inlermediale rugby leam. For lhe lirsl lime in lhe hislory of Weslern Universily, lhey, as well as lhe seniors, were given lree lickels lo lhe Rugby Dance. By means ol changes in our Conslilulion, we cenlralized lhe business alilairs ol all publicalions. This was done in order lo prevenl Universily publicalions lrom running inlo debl wilhoul lhe knowledge of lhe Sludenls' Commission. Summoning our besl aulocralic manner we look over lhe appoinlmenl ol lhe edilor ol lhe Universily ol Weslern Onlario Gazelle. Wilh uller abandon we lreed lhe income ol lhe U.S.C. lrom lhe whims ol lhe S.A.A. and Hippocralic Council and lhen presenled ourselves wilh an independenl conslilulion. Our Commission look on and was responsible lor lhe Prolesl Campaign againsl lhe govern- menl cul in our provincial granl lSpring I939I. By means ol a radio broadcasl, pamphlel raids on Weslern Onlario lby aeroplane, His Maiesly's Mail and balloon barragesl, house-lo-house canvassing, and lhree lhousand lellers, lons ol long-dislance lelephone calls and lelegrams, a prolesl parade in which ninely per cenl ol our sludenls look parl, banners, lellers, and arlicles in all Onlario newspapers, and a hilch-hiking lour, we linally gol a len-minule inlerview wilh lhe Minisler ol Educalion and almosl Iosl our enlire governmenl granl. The Prolesl Campaign, lhe like ol which has never belore been seen in lhis province, resulled in a pelilion wilh well over 20,000 signalures and produced a wonderlul school spiril. We were all ready lor a bang-up campaign lor a lield house lhis lall when Hiller relused us his co-operalion by bringing on a war. Our Commission has inilialed changes in lhe U.S.C. ll will lake a slrong Commission lo see lhem lhrough. I lhink you have one, and I wish lhem, on behall ol lheir predecessors, lhe besl ol luck. Good, bad or indililerenl we surely have been nolorious. I hope our successors will inheril a halo, shun aulocracy and, above all, deslroy our "spoils syslem", Ilo which, incidenlally, we claim sole righlsl. GORDON TAYLOR. - l03 Cifggivgz333535BSBSQYSQSQYSQYSzilvebrgiffilivgieqivkiigiivgig 552 Q L sub.- .A .9 ,gil ' cuff? W Back Row: Jim Orr, Bill Craig, John Fi+zgeraId, Alec McAIisIer, Gordon Taylor, Jay Cameron, Bob Taylor, Paul Dixon. Second Row: Eleanor McIn+yre, Margaref Lawfon, Ca+herine Liddy, Berry Walker, Jean McNeil, EIizabe+I'1 Dempsey, Jean Campbell. Fronf Row: Fred Hill, Gladys Humphrys, Mary Tasker, Terry Ferris, Doris Eagles, Mary Holmes, Leslie Wheable. STUDENTS' ADMINISTRATIVE ASSEMBLY TI-IE CABINET - I939 Prefecr - - - - - TERRY FERRIS Sub-Prefecl - - DORIS EAGLES Speaker - - FRED HILL Secrefary MARY HOLMES Treasurer - - - - BOB TAYLOR Minisrer Wi'rl1ou+ Porlfolio - - GORD TAYLOR STUDENTS' ADMINISTRATIVE ASSEMBLY THE CABINET - I940 Prefecr ----- TERRY FERRIS Sub-Prefecr - - DORIS EAGLES Speaker - - MARY TASKER Secrerary MARY HOLMES Treasurer - - - LES WHEABLE Minisler Wi'II1ou'r Porlfolio 1 FRED HILL I04 Ee? I9Qlf9'f3I ' e?ca54'eaI'e awake THE STUDENTS' ADMINISTRATIVE ASSEMBLY AI firsl glance if would appear 'rha'r 'rhe Sludenls' Adminisfralive Assembly accomplished liHle olher Ihan slormy sessions during 'rheir various meelings 'rhroughoul Ihe pasl year. Crilicism, whelher conslrucfive or deslruclive, has served ils purpose 'ro awaken in 'rhe minds of 'rhe sludenls of 'rhis Universily +he realizalion l'ha'r Ihere is such a 'rhing as Sludenl Government I look back upon The pasl' year wilh salisfaclion al' Ihe accomplishmenls of our S.A.A. Our Ierm of office had scarcely begun when 'rhe S.A.A., 'rhe U.S.C. and Ihe Hippocralic Sociely uniled in Iheir efforls Io prolesl againsl Ihe Provincial Governmen'r's cul in The Univer- si+y grant This was one of 'rhe grealesl faclors in reiuvenaling our dormanl school spiril. The programme carried on by Ihe S.A.A. was a mosl exliensive one. Afler much discussion, if was decided 'rhal we should drop from 'rhe N.F.C.U.S., as we had anficipaled 'rhe presenl conflicl befween 'rhe N.F.C.U.S. and 'rhe C.S.A. The Disciplinarian Commi'Hee was enlarged. The syslem of Ihe Sludenl Courl was allered 'ro give experience 'ro fulure senior iudges. Furlher, Ihe Code of Sludenl' Discipline and 'rhe Conslilulion of Ihe S'ruden'I Courl were revised and broughl' up Io dale. Aflernoon dances became a definile parl of our college programme, when Ihe Year Execulives ralher Ihan 'rhe S.A.A. sponsored 'rhese dances. The ever-conflicling problem befween 'rhe a'rhle+ic W's and Ihose worn on year swealers was definilely cleared up wilh 'rhe prohibilion of W's of any 'rype upon year swealers. Previously conflicfing issues belween 'fhe S.A.A. and 'rhe U.S.C. were eliminaled 'ro a greal exlenl. H is our ardenl belief 'rhal due Io 'rhe work of The pasl' S.A.A., 'rhe relalions belween Ihese Iwo bodies have been more definilely delinealed. May I 'rake 'rhis opporfunily of exlending my sincere 'rhanks for Ihe kind co-operalion of 'rhe members of The S.A.A., 'rhe Execulive Cabinel and especially our gracious Sub-Prefecl, Miss Doris Eagles. TERRY FERRIS, Prefec+. I05 QQ Q9 99 95 fk3fifbdfBf5fHJfkniiifkplfi1hTeJTIkYci1k:IfdZIJIfe5IIk3fe3I1k3fc5I1k35II3fdI3fiibTdbTdIBfcift3Eibvd dl Q., Mg l w .lmqw Vw- Baclr Ro Ed Brown, Charles Bodlcin, Finlay Sypher, Ken lngam, Bill Tillmann, Ray Sfubbing. Fronl R Charles Dyson, John McLachlin, Dr. J. H. Fisher, John Babb. HIPPOCRATIC COUNCIL The Hippocrafic Sociefy is composed of all fhe undergraduafes regisfered in Medicine wifh fhe excepfion of fhe firsl' year. The Hippocrafic Council is 'rhe elecfed governing body of 'rhe Sociefy. The Council consisfs of four annually elecfed execufive officers whose ferm exfends fhrough 'rhe calendar year, and 'rhe class presidenfs who hold office during fhe school year. The Council is in charge of all undergraduafe acfivifies. They are also concerned wifh fhe sfrengfhening of relafions befween Medical Sfudenfs and fhe Faculfy, The Universify College and 'rhe ofher Universifies. During 'rhe pasr year 'rhe Hippocrafic Sociefy losf ifs mos? enfhusiasfic and loyal supporfer -fhe lafe Dr. John A. Macgregor, Professor Emerifus of Medicine. Only 'rhose who had fhe privilege of associafing wifh him in clinical worlc and school acfivifies realize fully 'rhe greaf loss. Dr. Macgregor exemplifies Osler's words, "The greaf possession of any universify is ifs greaf names". The Council and 'rhrough if fhe whole Sociefy sincerely fhanlc Dr. J. H. Fisher, Honourary Presiclenf of 'rhe Council, Dean F. J. H. Campbell, and our genuine friend, Dr. J. W. Crane, for rheir efforfs in fhe inferesfs of fhe sfudenfs. ln closing l would ask fhe undergraduafes fo be always mindful of fhe privilege fhey enioy in affending Medical School. The Arfs Sfudenfs may howl "Dir+y Meds", buf fhey do so wifh bofh respecf and envy. JOHN A. McLACHLlN, President IO6 'E' Back Row: Marion Websrer, Miriam Morrow, Dorofhy McLean, Clara McCandless, Mary Green. Second Row: Helen Wainwrighf, Rulh Parsons, Marion Jaclrlin, Mary Fraser, Peggy Sfurman. Fronf Row: Margaref Ingram, Mary Taslrer, Dr. Dorofhy Turville, Doris Eagles, Frances Boyce, Eleanor Mclnryre. UNDERGRADUATE WOMEN'S COUNCIL The Undergraduaie Women's Organizalion has again achieved much success during The year I939-40. Under The leadership of Doris Eagles and Frances Boyce ir has accomplished considerable. Wi+h 'rhe Big and LiH'le Sisler Movemenr in fhe fall, 'rhe organizarion infroduces The FresheHes 'ro Universify life. The rugby season brings on such en'rer- prises as selling colours, hor dogs and coffee. Larer on come +he FresheH'e Tea, +hen SlciH'er Nighr, a nighr of fun for all women s+uden+s, and The organiza+ion's major even+, 'rhe Co-Ed Prom. The proceeds from fhis, 'rogerher wi+h +hose from The sales a+ rugby games, are pul foward 'rhe ever-increasing fund for +he Women's Union Building. IO7 7355?- wh. its-.-J COMMERCE CLUB Back Row Bob Taylor Professor W A Thompson Fronf Row Bob Clarke Leslue Wheable, Lorne Ferguson Back Row: J T Woolley Jay Cameron Al McVlcar Aushn Smu+l1 Ken Mooney Fronl Row: Professor W A Thompson Marne Smuberl Aushn Conway a Tv 4 l v 'lm' . ...-W' lg' 55335 X an-'VJ COMMERCE QUARTERLY BOARD Baclr Row: Bob Taylor, Professor W. A. Thompson, Ted Carlron, Max Sheppard. Fronr Row: Ken Mooney, Louis Assaly, Aus'rin Conway, Jay Cameron. COMMERCE QUARTERLY BOARD Seven years ago a group in 'rhe Commerce Club believed 'rhaf 'rhe publicarion of a journal would fill a definire need in 'rhe Deparrmeni of Business Adminislralion. The firsl year a mimeographed "Journal of Commerce" appeared. The following year, wi+h 'rhe generous suppori of +he Commerce Club, a more ambi+ious "Quar+erly" was produced. Since l'ha+ lime, lhe qualily of +his publicarion has conrinually improved. ln 'rhe fall of '39 i+ was 'Fel+ 'rha+ 'rhe laslc of producing a good business journal would be considerably facilifafed by 'rhe exisience of an Advisory Board. A group of represenralive business adminisirarion sludenls were selecled for rhis Board. Roughly 'rheir dulies were +0 assisl' in +he preparalion of ediiorial policy and 'ro provide a 'rraining ground 'For fufure edirors and business managers. H was also fel'r +ha'r 'rhe Board would serve as a means of giving recognilion 'ro ourslanding sludenrs. The success of fhe "Quar'rerly Review of Commerce" during 'rhe pas+ year has been due in no small measure +o 1'he worlc of 'rhis Board. IO9 I rf, J li! Y ' A 1 B- W ' V .94 sl may ' " , '37 "' 'Y' if - L 1 , l nil. Back Row: Morris Wearing, Bill Tillmann, Bob Cramm, Elvina Anger, Ken Symingfon. Middle Row: Julien Priver, Lawrence Ruffle, John Lindsay, J. H. Douglas, Henry Lee. Fronf Row: John Sfablefon, Dr. Macdonald, John Afcheson, D. Wafson, John Babb John McLachlin. MEDICAL JOURNAL Sir Wm. Osler, one of fhe mosf prolific wrifers fhaf fhe Medical Profession has ever known, gave fhe following advice fo his sfuclenfsz "Take nofesg publish, make yourself known." The Journal has affempfed fo give fhe sfudenfs iusl' such an opporfunify. ln ifs fen years of exislfence, 'rhe Journal has risen 'ro an enviable posifion among fhe undergraduafe journals on fhis confinenf. We feel 'rhaf ifs measure of success is due in greaf parf fo 'rhe kind advice of our Faculfy advisors. The Ediforial Sfaff wishes fo fake 'rhis opporfunify 'ro fhank 'rhem for fheir guidance. To fhe Alumni, we hope fhaf fhe Journal will confinue fo furnish a means of confacf befween fhem and fheir Alma Maier. As 'lo fhe fufure of 'lhe Journal, we resf assured: if has become very much a parf of fhe undergraduafe acfivify af fhe Medical School. JOHN D. ATCHESON. I IO .wwf --:rr , Ken Mooney Dwighi Reid Miss Helen M. Allison STUDENTS' HANDBOOK The purpose of 'rhe S'ruden+ Handbook and Direc+ory is well known 'ro every sludenl' and is, perhaps, mosi 'fully realized during ihose early weeks in ihe fall, when 'lhe edilor is s'I'riving fo accumulaie +he necessary facls and arrange for iheir publica- iion, while all lhe resi of +he s+uden+ body has bul' one lhoughi concerning The Handbook: "When will if come ou+?" Through fhis publicaiion fhe U.S.C. places in ihe hands of each s+uden+ much informafion which ihe individual would 'find difficull' +o locale by himself. As in any publicaiion, no end of difficulfies presen+ ihemselves for soluiion. The more of 'rhem 'rhere are, lhe greafer is +he experience gained. However, when lhe +ask is complele, if is wifh safisfaciion +ha'r we view our finished product No maH'er how o+hers may iudge ii, we value if for The 'rime and work which ii has eniailed- 'rime which we feel has been profifably spenl and work which we have enjoyed. DWIGHT REID. I I I -hi --No. -. s: t i7""N ff 2 GAZETTE EDITORS Baci: Row: Archie Mclnfyre, Les Wheable, John Hunf, Bob Coiucci. Fronf Row: Mary Hayman, Margaref Lawfon. GAZETTE REPORTERS Back Row: John Hun'r, Harry Whicher, Norm Burdick, Eric Ferguson, Gerry Sioner. Middle Row: Jack Laughfon, Ken Mooney, Ed Venus, Ross Mcln+yre, Harry Acres. Fronf Row: Jean McNeei, Anira Bennei-Alder, Anne LiHie, BeH'y Trusco'H', Frances Win+ers. m as ss 3? fwixi-'N ' ' 4115, , -x B, .wi Q .F , 17' N 'I' GAZETTE BUSINESS STAFF Baclc Row: Craig Mellish, Don Parlr, Ken Mooney, John Hoclcin. Fronf Row: Bob Anfhony, Bob Richardson, Harold MacAdams, Doroihy Golding. MEDS EDITORS Bacl: Row: Ed Brown, John Winler, John Lindsay, Clinfon Amacher. Fronf Row: Julien Priver, James Galloway, Ray Sfubbing, Ken Syming+on. .9 1 ffl ,mas QT 1- KEN MOONEY Editor-in-Chief A FRANK DOWLER Assislant Editor PROFESSOR FRED LANDON Consulfanf Edifor . W ,ll -gg , BF. 'A' B A gg-Q ,wx si QB J. H. FISHER, M.D., M.Sc. F.R.C.P. QC, Consul+an+ Edifor ,E DUDLEY THOMPSON, JR Business Manager FRED HILL Circulaiion Manager QW- F P95 N9 ,a-K if ARTS '40 EXECUTIVE Marjorie Fefhersione, Percy Lee, Evelyn Gray, Don Lawrence ARTS '4I EXECUTIVE Jean Dempsey, Rober+ Miller, Bessie Nickleson, Reber? Clarke. ' iinmsw.-,.... , QW' . .541 " 'Wi' ARTS '42 EXECUTIVE Jack Oram, Barb Balfour, Ernie Gaunf, Beify TruscoH'. ARTS '43 EXECUTIVE Frances Henry, Kenne+h Lawion, BeHy Sufherland, Edgar Venus r n zfz CANADIAN OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS Back Row: 2nd Lt James Grandy, R.C.A., L+. K. G. McGugan, 2nd Lt John Hunt Lt Reg. Haskins, 2nd Lt Don Wright Lt Franlc Ruslon, 2nd Lt John McLachlIn, 2nd Lt J. Mclnnes, Lt Norman Boyd, 2nd Lt O. R. Barlleft Middle Row: 2nd Lt J. A. L. Skinner, Maior Rev. Canon Wallace, Capt George Gillespie, R.C.A., Lt-Col. George Li++Ie, Maior Thomas Kirlcparrick, Capt J. F. Sleadman, Capt G. McGuire, Capt Malcolm Morlon. Fronl Row: Lt E. N. Lee, R.C.A., Lt A. E. Clendenlng, Lt C. I. Kennedy, 2nd Lt Waller Pope, 2nd LI. Franlr Babb, Lt Archie Johns+on, 2nd Lt S. Calvert PLAYERS' GUILD Back Row: Barbara Smifh, Franlc Shapiro, Barry Hunt John Hunt Don Floclc Mary OH'on. Fronl Row: Geraldine McKinnon, Wallace Nesbi++, Elizabe+h Harvey, Donald Pearce Avis Clarlxe. -aw G e 1 v Mfg 'if , T W' W. qw am Back Row: Ewarl' Abray, Billie Dick. Dr. Harvey Robb. Fronf Row: Mae Smi+h. Jack Askew, Miriam Rosenfhal. ORPHEUS SOCIETY The Orpheus Socieiy was formed lwo years ago fo sponsor musical ac+ivi+y among fhe sludenls of our Universily. The membership is made up of undergradua+es who feel 'rha+, +hrough fheir organized eFFor+, overlapping of musical inl'eres+s can be avoided. ll' is very imporlanl' fhal' fhe s+uden'rs should express 'their wishes in 'rhe mailer of a musical program. This can bes+ be done by parlicipalion in 'rhe acliviiies of ihis sociefy. H is our aim +o presenl 'ro lhe sludeni' body +he 'rype of good music which fhey desire. To 'this end we will always welcome new members, especially 'rhose who are keen enough +o help in +he planning and promofing of new musical enlerprises. The execufive of 'rhe Orpheus Sociely, if so desired, will be very glad lo co-operale wi+h o+her organiza+ions wi+hin 'lhe Universily wilh a view +o furihering our common aims in serving +he s+uden+ body. II9 f"'x - X 2 Q Jessi x ,V slim ... ..-.. W '-1,1-,V Q . WPA' , Y H, ,- -,.,., 1 1 . it , ...,.... 135 vi 517- STUDENT COURT Baal: Row: Gladys Humphrys, Marie Smiberf, Aus+in Wrighr. Fronf Row: John Hunt Bob Gun+on, John Loafing. DEBA-l'lNG SOCIETY Back Row: Fred Hiil, Rober'r Gunfon, Ausfin Wright Fron+ Row: Helen Trace, Dr. A. H. Johnsion, Rober+ Taylor, Gordon Taylor. X Y 'Al 'QQ 20 W uv iv- SCIENCE CLUB Baclc Row: Rae Brown, Bill Parsons, Dwighl' Reid. From' Row: Belly Walker, Claire EllioH, Campbell Granl, Sluarf Paclclon. HESPERRAN CLUB Back Row: John Henderson, Don Pearce, Dr. W. F. Tamblyn. Fronf Row: Jean Bebensee, Peggy Gilmour, Jean McNeel, Marion Jaclrlin I ww ,, v f VY' .W an W L '.SHMi4W'!:vZlr- V' i i'blliEK bk Aix Q' A fsffiig X fit' :self W' .Q .... Q pf? ' "' gigs" 1- N ,AW- . qv . POLYCON CLUB Back Row: James Grandy, Ted Richmond, Wally Nesbi++, Gordon Nisbel. Fronf Row: Dr. W. B. Harvey, Dr. C. J. Biffner, Gordon Taylor, Dr. M. K. lnman, Col. E. E. Reilley. CLASSICS CLUB Baclc Row: Lorna ArscoH, Lloyd Walden, John Mills, Thelma Bu'Hon. Fronf Row: Doris Ellenfon, Gladys Humphrys, Dr. J. Ralph, Barbara Morris, Jane Fair ',jfrb 1 , A , KL5i ' O- BE? PQQQHQQQQQQQQRQGQQQQBQQQQGEQQGEQP' 5 ,515 'ir , ,g,, .,a my M v as as ea ee an I M E issue 1- 5, 1 . P E Q-M iii CENTRALIZED ADVERTISING MANAGER In Ihe spring of I939 a group of s'ruden+s, worrying over Ihe financial s+aIus of our pubIica+ions, finally hi'r on 'rhe idea of esfablishing a Cenfralized Adver+ising Manager. The plan was carried ou+ in 'rhe hope 'rha+ one man, devo+ing all his 'rime 'Io 'rhe Iaslc, migh+ increase 'rhe revenue of 'rhese publica+ions. The resulis of Ihe pasi' year have indicaled 'rhe possibililies of Ihe new sfep. The publicafions have all increased in size and old deb+s have been fully paid. In Ihe fulure, 'liuriher increases in income may all be direc'rIy applied 'ro Ihe expansion of 'rhe various publicalions. The record of 'rhe pasl year gives only a suggeslion of wha'r can be done and whal' will be done in fulure years. The Cenlralized Adver+ising Manager for I939-40, Ray Keelan, has already shown how capably he will fill Ihe posilion. May I wish him every success in 'rhis new endeavour and congra'rula+e him on 'rhe capable manner in which he has 'ralcen over. In closing I should like 'ro express especial Ihanks 'ro Jean Suffer and Io 'rhe Secrelarial Deparlmenl. To one for whom Ihe mysieries of a 'rypewriler are as ye? unsolved, Iheir work in handling correspondence was invaluable. KEN MOONEY. l23 bdE5bdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdBUBHi'B3BHBU IllIllllllIlllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll FRAUERNUTUES QM P if-"r If X3 I5 f 1 XX 76 6. X' 7 Tlue Greek leller organizalions were eslablislued on 'l'l'19 campus of 'flue Universily of Weslern Onlario primarily for 'flue pur- pose of compensaling in some small measure for llue lack of universily residence facililies. Adminislralive conlrol over fralernilies .1,- and sororilies is exercised by: THE ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL:-consisling of 'llue Presidenl of llue Universily, llue Deans of Arls, Medi- cine and Public Healllu, llue Adviser 'ro Women, and llue Facully Secrelary: THE INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL:-composed of lwo represenlalives of each fralernily and llue Secrelary of 'l'l'1e Adminislralive Council: PANHELLENIC COUNCIL:-composed of 'rwo repre- senlalives from eaclu sororily, and 'l'l'1e Adviser lo Women. Eligibilily rules are based on academic slanding and are common 'ro all groups. DR. DOROTHY TURVILLE DR. A. G. DORLAND Q K ,, 8 S 1 P4 E 1 , gfigg , RM. Asa .5 .,,. xl 2' S MQW A wx X X aww , X 14 1 .,..,., 1 -N 1 10 A Q, . " 71, ' V V, J A ' '4217 -,' , Elf iz? Wf ' " ,Q- W ' ,f ' z 1 5:,..-,-- ,M ,ki ' K 125 if Q ,W T f X Wa W XA va 342 X 1 gm IW v f ' 'N -34- GAMMA PHI BETA SORORITY Alpha Omega Chapler lnslalledz Oclober 24, I936 Founded: Syracuse Universily, I874 Colours: Double Brown Aclive Chaplersz 47 Flower: Pink Carnalion OFFICERS Marion Jacklin lPresidenI'l, Clara McCandless lVice-Presidenll, Calherine Liddy lCorresponding Secrelaryl, Mary Wimpory lRecording Secrelaryl, Mary Holmes llreasurerl, Billie Dick lHouse Presiclenll, Mariorie Felher- slone lRushing Chairmanl, Margarel Hughes lAlumnae Advisorl. MEMBERS Frances Boyce, Marie Copeman, Billie Dick, Mariorie Ferherslone, Berh Forbes, Mary Holmes, Edilh Hughes, Ona Hunler, Bernice Leilch, Calherine Liddy, Clara McCandless, Berh McKenzie, Miriam Morrow, Audrie Rich- mond, Hope Roppel, Muriel Skinner, Freddie Smilh, Rulh Summers, Mary Tasker, Rulh Vokes, Belly Walker, Calherine Vvfilson, Mary Wimpory, Frances Winlers, EdE+h Yelland. PATRONESSES Mrs. A. Albrighr, Mrs. R. E. Crouch, Mrs. H. O. Foucar, Mrs. R. B. Liddy, Mrs. W. F. Tamblyn. ALUMNAE Anne Armslrong, Beulah Ashlon, Frances Ball, Kay Balls, Jean Barre++, Margarel Beck, Jeanne McKerracher Bennell, Helen Benson, Gerlrude Bodkin, Mary Andrews Bonnycaslle, Mildred Brabeau, Olles Brandon, Joan Breakspear, June Buchanan, Dorolhy Young Burr, Jean Campbell, Anne Shannon Carswell, Elizabelh McGregor Clark, Helen Clarke, Virginia Clarke, Dorolhy Cole, Enid Coleridge, Dorolhy Columbus, Blanche Cowley, Grace Crawforlh. Lenore Cruickshank, Marion Dixon, Helen Doan, Helen Glaisler Dobson, Mary Johns Dodd, Mary Edgar, Emilie Tancock Ellio'H', Margarel' Bell England, Lorraine Evant, Mayme Farley, Gwen Snell Flefcher, Berry Freeborn, Ola Garside, Kae Graham, Margarel Griffirh, Alice Gunlon, Jean Hardy, Margarer McKillop Hockin, Jean Aili- son Holman, Jean Hooker, Margarel Hughes, Irma HuH, Helen Myrick HuHon, Calherine Ingram, Helen Jacklin, Doris Kennedy, Kale King, Mary King, Jean Lane, Mary Leilch, Alberla Lells, Dorolhy Long, Janel Lush, Jane Maclnlyre, Dorolhy McKerracher, Marion McLeod, Mary Wiley Macklin, Dorolhy Morgan, Margarel Morris, Evelyn Moxley, Conslance Neal, Leola Neal, Kay Norsworlhy, Doris Paddon, Kae Park, Gwen Doupe Pemberfon, Jean Phillips, Eileen Purdy, Erma Reynolds, Dorolhy Upshali Richardson, Margarel Snell Richman, Eleanor Rigg, Mary Millen Ross, Dorolhy Snell Smilh, Margarel Smilh, Gladys Erringfon Smilher, Dorolhy Slepler, Shirley Sum- mers, Dorolhy Tail, Olive Slevenson Tolen, Marian Turner, Kae Veilch, Helen Millen Walker, Helen Tomlinson Walker, Isobel Winlers, Hannah McKay Wrighl, Mary Wrighf, Merle Francis Wood, Helen Yemen. I29 WW V7 41 ifffi' X'-Q X 5 x fi 5 , , I' f 4' b,.. N.. ma . .L 1 .wan - ii I ii lallli - l 3 -I .. I KAPPA ALPHA THETA FRATERNITY Eligibili+y rules are based on academic slanding and are common 'ro all groups. GAMMA EPSILON CHAPTER lns'raIIed: Seplember I7, I937 Founded: January 27, I87I Aclive Chaplersz 65 Colours: Black and Gold Tofal Membership: I5,000 Flower: Pansy OFFICERS Presiden+-Elvina Anger: Vice-Presidenf-Mary Sinclair: Corresponding Secrefary-Frances Powell, Acfing Corresponding Secrefary-Marion Anderson: Treasurer-Margare+ Hughes: Recording Secre+ary-Ellen Troulg Chaplain-Gwynnelh Mar+in: Marshal-Louise Laird. ACTIVE MEMBERS Geraldine Andrews, Elvina Anger, Muriel Bell, Evelyn Chesham, Marion Chesham, Doris Eagles, Margaref Hughes, Doro+hy Irwin, Barbara Knowles, Louise Laird, Aileen Lyon, Dorolhy Maclean, Gwynnelh Mar+in, Joyce McWilliams, Frances Powell, Belh Ru++Ie, Mary Sinclair, Carol S+evens, Margaref Sfurman, Ellen Trout PLEDGES Eleanor Bean, Helen Wilson. ALUMNI MEMBERS Lillian Ailrenhead, Marion Anderson, Rhe++a Barss, Eleanor Bendle, Lorna Brown, Mary Cardiff, Margarel' Homu+h Coclcburn, Margaref Craig, Ru+h Davis, Jean Doherfy Gilfillan, Elizabelh Duff, Palricia Duff, Florence ElIioI'+, Jean Ferguson, Margaref Gaslle, Doro+hy Geoghegan, Lois Gidley Simmons, Norah Gould, Rhea Hancock, Elizabelh Hayes, Jean Hedley, Marian Hooper, Jeanne Hynd, Florence Brener Jordan, Verla Kenerson, Mary Landon, Jean Lemon, Alice Le+hbridge, Marion Luney, Joan Maclrenzie, Miriam Pearson Magee, Jean Marshall, Shirley Messer, Be+hea McGill, Isabella McLandress Shannon, Marion McMur+ry, EIizabeI'h Porler, Grace Ralh, Mariorie Rean King, Margarel Roberls, Florence McDonagh ScoH, Marion Seager, Healher Shor+, Alice Smouf, Emily Ba+eman Smifh, Frances Smyrh, Evelyn S+eer, Lila Sleer, Margarel Tape, Dorofhy Timpany, Helen Timpany, Lydia Trimble, Margaref Trouf, Creena Wallace, Rulh Wafson. I3I 41' YW ..f"" 'fm , 4 f xy 'X V l E52 Q Q. - W? 'Aj EV if Jia .MG PI BETA PHI FRATERNITY Onlario Bela Chapler lns'ralled: Oclober 29, I934 Founded: Monmoulh College, I867 Aclive Chapfersz 8I Colours: Wine and Silver Blue To+al Membership: 32,3I6 Flower: Wine Carnalion ACTIVE CHAPTER FIRST TERM EXECUTIVE: Gladys Humphrys lPresiden+l, Jean McNally lVice-Presidenfl, Mary Green lRecord- ing Secrefaryl, Joan Cogdon lCorresponding Secrefaryl, Jean Lawson lTreasurerl, Rufh Robinson lHis'rorianl. SECOND TERM EXECUTIVE: Gladys Humphrys lPresidenrl, Phyllis Godwin lVice-Presidenfl, Joan Cogdon lRecorcling Secrelaryl, Jean Suffer lCorresponding Secre+aryl, Elizabelh Dempsey lTreasurerl, Marian Ingram lHis+orianl. Back Row llefl Io righ'rl: Elizabe+h Dempsey, Ru+h Robinson, Phyllis Godwin, Mary Green, Marian Ingram, Margarer McQueen, Geraldene MacKinnon. Second Row lleff Io righll: Jean McNally, Ann LiHle, Belly Dow, Barbara Morris, Agnes Hulchison, Margare+ Lawfon, Joyce Kemp, Lucille Haggan, Jean Lawson. Fron+ Row lleff Io righllz Mary Hayman, Joan Cogdon, Jean SuHer, Mrs. L. McCuIcheon, Gladys Hum- phrys, Elizabeih Harvey, Helena Higgins, Aileen Coolre. Absenfz Mary Dampier, Jeanne Aldershaw, Beafrice Morre, Maxime Ward. ALUMNAE Bess Allen, Elsie May Arlhur, Margaref Barnes Aflrey, Lucille Hayman Baldwin, Helen BaHle, Elizabefh EscoH-Beal, Alberla Benham, Mariorie Dampier Blackburn, Jean Boyes, Jessie Boyes, Beverley Brenf, Dorolhy Allen Burns, Mary Bu+ler, Jean Brean Gladman, Be++y Clarlr MacDonald, Corinne Cherry, Kafherine Cray, Margarel Craise, Beverley Couch, Mary Doirs, Molly Dorland Monlgomery, Olive Douglas, Florence Dewar, Grelchen Eclmel, Margarel' Forbes, EIizabe+h Fraser Saunders, Ellen Gallagher Maclean, Anna Gram' Kime, Sheila Gordon McLachlin, Elsie Gillies, Cafherine Hargan, Doris Hayman, Helen Hughes Tamblyn, Kalherine Hughes, Mary Margare+ Hughes, Rhoda Harvey, Sarah Howden, Jean Hamillon, Elizabefh Harvey, Evelyn Hassard, Hilda Ingram Dampier, Barbara Jones, Mary Kenny, Rufh Lawson Kindersby, Rulh Kennedy Hassard, LaureHa Landymore, Be++y Lovy, Margarel OHon Lawson, Jessie MacFarlane, Helen Maine, Gerfrude McColl, Louise Turville McCallum, Dorolhy McConnell, Ru+h McConnell, Margare+ McKeer, Margaref Morgan, Olga Miller, Kalhleen Milligan, Henrielfa MacDonald, Marian McMahen, Marion McColl, Phyllis MacFarlane, Eleanor McRae, Lorna Nash Baldwin, Jean Thompson Neville, Louise Neville, Elinor Higgins Ollerhead, Jean Paferson, Margarer Plums+eeI Kingsfon, Norienne Ranahan, Mariorie Robinson Bradshaw, Doro+hy Richards Frosf, Mary Roberfson, Elizabelh Robinson, Edifh ShorH', Viola Suifor, Mar- garel Turner Sullivan, Olive Saunders, Donalda Graham Smi+h, Mary Screalon MacNaugh+on, Doro+hy Sealy, Ka+herine Tilden, Gladys Teenlrs, Eloise Tennenf, Margarel' Taman, BeHy Vradenburg, Helen Wesraway, Be++y Wismer Zurbrigg, Marion Wrighlon, Jeanne Wa+I, Nancy Whyle, Frances Weelcs Tweedie, Anne Walden, Joanne Walsh, Ka+hleen Yeales Sulherland, Mary Younge. I33 'T nn- 1 .,'4 yfff. 5 f' I ,, Q: I fi X Q1 ,sl Q xx2g5'15?7Q , r i' Wg Q ., 24151 . P MW ' off 3 f fi We . 0" X 'Q Q.,ff?-w 'Z' ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA FRATERNITY Founded: Seplember 29, I888, Darlmoulh College Chap'rers: 62 To+aI Membership: I5,204 Befa Kappa Chapler Founded: April I5, I924 Acrive Members: 3I Pledges: I8 Chaprer House: Cheoron House, I6 Craig SIree+ HONOURARY MEMBERS F. J. H. Campbell, B.A., M.D., M.R.c.P. IEngIandl, F.R.C.P.: Seplimus Thompson, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S.: G. A. Ramsay, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S.: F. W. Luney, M.D., D.P.H.g G. I.. Jepson, M.D.: E. I. Loughlin, M.D.g C. C. Ross, M.D., F.R.C.S. IEdinburghl: H. A. Skinner, M.B., F.R.C.S. ICI: D. W. Crombie, M.D.C.M., M.R.C.S.. L.R.C.P.g M. C. Morrison, M.D.g A. J. Grace, B.A., B.M., B.Ch., M.A., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. IEngIandI: S. A. MacDonald, B.A., M.B., Ch.B. ACTIVE CHAPTER OFFICERS Seplimus Thompson, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S. iPrimarfusI, V. B. C. Robinson, M.D., M.Sc. iDis+ric+ Depulyl, Roberl H. Cram lpresidenfl, W. Alan Hargan lVice-Presiden+I, Gran? W. Websrer IRecording Secre+aryI, Claude A. Moore ICorresponding Secreraryl, Jaclx C. Kennedy IMarshaII, Charles Fisher IWardenl, Norman H. McNally IHis+orianI, John S. Winder lChapIainI, Charles E. Bodlcin ITreasurerI, Gerald W. Can'reIon IS'rewardl. ACTIVE MEMBERS B. C. Brown, A. M. Johnson, J. D. Mclnnes, E. L. Brown, G. W. Websfer, F. G. Ruslon, W. E. Pace, W. A. Hargan, K. E. Symingron, J. A. McLachIin, J. F. Mullins, E. Bensen, R. H. Cram, C. E. Bodlrin, J. S. Winder, G. W. Canrelon, A. S. Douglas, N. H. McNally, J. G. S+apIeIon, J. H. Walker, M. A. Lever, W. A. Tillmann, C. A. Moore, C. D. Keely, A. M. Russell, J. D. Charlfon, C. Fisher, R. M. Boughion, P. F. Henderson. PLEDGES D. H. Woodhouse, R. F. Jolliffe, R. B. Cowan, J. Spence, A. E. Alway, F. W. Cur+s, R. W. Newson, R. B. Holmes, W. H. Tufford, D. Boclcing, E. R. Lamb, J. D. MerriH, R. A. Chaplain, O. R. Bar+IeH', L. G. Sfevenson G. Marshall, J. M. Guyafi. l35 Q f""" ' aww'-ug 4 K, 14320 u .pin yt R . ,VI 5-3 A il Y' , fi 251 at ,V R: 5, ,. . hy, . Q37 A 1 lllll .. 'ff wwf :I ,S .IQ Q' I 7 . N . " 'A' y: 3 -g-xl 1, ... "" .S -- .. N va -w .1 , J. A JL .'-A '91 '15 M 0 4' fi' V ALPHA KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY Professional in Business and Economics Founded: Ocfober 5, I904, New York Universify Acfive Chapfers: 52 Tofal Membership: I2,542 Befa Kappa Chapferz 536 Ridouf Sfreef Norfh "The Obiecfs and Aims of fhis Frafernify shall be fo furfher 'rhe individual welfare of ifs members: +o fosfer scienfific research in 'rhe fields of commerce, accounfs and finance: 'ro educafe fhe public fo appreciafe and demand higher ideals fhereing and 'ro promofe and advance in insfifufions of college rank courses leading fo degrees in Business Adminisfrafionf' ACTIVE CHAPTER OFFICERS Presidenf-Norman Burdick: Vice-Presidenf, Les Wheableg Secrefary-Ray Oliver, Treasurer-Bob Clarke. ACTIVE MEMBERS Bob Anfhony, Louis Assaly, Rae Brown, Norman Burdick, Bob Clarke, Jim Coulfer, Bill Craig, Lorne Ferguson, Lloyd Glanville, Don Leacock, Harold MacAdams, Alec McAlis+er, Ray Oliver, Jack Oram, Norm Pierce, Don Parke, Ken Rich, Ausfin Wrighf, Les Wheable. FACULTY MEMBERS Col. E. E. Reilly, Professor W. A. Thompson, Professor J. M. Dobson, Professor Frank Sfiling. HONOURARY MEMBERS Col. Gordon Ingram, J. J. McHaIe, Denfon Massey, John Sfevens. PLEDGES Gale Blasinghame, Max Campbell, Charles Hoare, Don Miller, Bill Temkow, Jack Laughfon, Ross Mclnfyre, Bill Squire, Bob Richardson, Fred Norwood, Don Sfuarf, Ross Pole. I37 DELTA UPSILON Founded November 4, l834, al' Williams College Aclive Chaplers: bl Tofal Membership: 2l,30O FACULTY MEMBERS E. D. Busby, B.A., M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S.lClI J. W. Burns, B.Sc., M.Sc., F.C.l.C.g J. H. Fisher, M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.P.lCl: R. A. Johns+on, M.D., F.A.C.S.: F. Landon, M.A., F.R.S.C.: F. R. Miller, B.A., M.B., M.D., F.R.S.C., F.R.C.P.lCl, F.R.S.g H. M. Simpson, M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.S. lEdinburghl: W. P. Tew, M.B., F.R.C.S. lEdinburghl, F.R.C.S.lCl: H. M. Thomas, Pl1.D.: E. M. Walson, M.D., F.R.C.P. lEdinburghl, F.R. C.P. lClq R. B. Willis, M.A.g A. Woods, M.A. ALUMNI LUNCHEON CLUB Presidenl-Benlley Baldwin Secrelary-David Shales Treasurer-Kennelh Murray OFFICERS Presidenl-Jay S. Cameron, Vice-Presidenl-George E. Harris, Recording Secrelary-G. Ross Love: Corre- sponding Secrelary-Donald French: Treasurer-Franll W. Dowlerg Hislorian-Harold Boyesg Proclor-Auslin Conway: Quarlerly Edilor-Roberl Taylor. '90 an' FRATERNITY Wesrern Onfario Chapler, I939-40 Chapfer Councillors: F. Landon, C. F. Sullivan, F. O. Kime ACTIVE CHAPTER Ronald Aifken, John Aicheson, John Babb, George Bisse+, Ralph Blackmore, Harold Boyes, S+uar+ Busby, Jay Cameron, Jack Colburn, Aus+in Conway, Paul Dixon, Frank Dowler, William Ewner, Donald French, Keifh Guilfinan, George Harris, Barry Hunf, Harold Kes+er, Douglas Lake, Henry Lee, William Lockingfon, Ross Love, Ken Mooney, John Moore, Malcolm Mor- fon, John Murray, Lawrence Ruffle, Walfer Shrives, Gordon Taylor, Rober+ Taylor, Morris Wearing, Eugene Wes+endorp. PLEDG-ES Lorne Dow, William Hockin, David Hillborn, Jack Jackson, Archie Mclnfyre, James Murray, Morley Thomas, Lyn Thompson, James Orr, Leslie Calverf, Lloyd Pa++erson, Orville Scrarch, Ross Parker, John Lindsay, Dudley Thompson, William Birks, Elmer BuHe, Kenneih Ingram. 'Y , r . ff ig, V I ..--fav-""""'W X, Ji 4., QM . A A H ,Nwmw M, 2? E F 5 wi. i w J 'I ,funlf k I 7 . wr. W X x QM ' 145 I ,Q VI -fx i I 15 is f Q, Xe, A Y a GM' l K, : X fl Lx ' L: 3 1 2 RI ,, 4 . 3 HBH V , A 'XR V MQ ' 1- .Nw 2 ,, 1? 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KAPPA TAU SIGMA FRATERNITY Professional in Honour Science and Ma'rhema+ics Founded: January I933 Universiry of Wesfern Onlario Alpha Chapfer HONOURARY MEMBERS Professor N. C. Hari, M.A., F.A.A.A.S., F.A.G.S. lHonourary Presiden+lg Professors J. D. Defwiler, Ph.D. F.A.A.A.S.g K. W. Hun+en, M.Sc., Ph.D.: J. W. Russell, M.A.: C. Siver+z, M.Sc., Ph.D.: A. R. Walker, M.A., F.A.A.A.S EXECUTIVE Presidenl-Ward Smifhg Secrefary-Wilfred Diclcs: Treasurer-Alfred Hurley, Hisforian-Malcolm Davison ACTIVE MEMBERS H. Childs, R. G. Elson, M.A., C. Granf, A. Hurley. J. Loaring, W. Smifh, E. Arisfoff, G. Cameron, W Counfryman, M. Davison, W. Dicks, K. Ferguson, J. Ingles, J. Polley, D. Reid, G. Skinner, H. Thomson, R. Baker R. Gunfon, E. Hough+on, E. LiH'le, K. MacGlenning, R. Wade, K. Woos+er. PLEDGES W. R. Jarmain, F. Page. I43 ATTHELELTUCS 1 f . if r 1" xi! 'lu ...--0 ""-"L-...,,,, 3,5 , u ,ww . M., ' ' Nffw M " "W x " ' I 'nl Xfii-V fxia, .Q S26 F N QM, -N wtf" """S'--... J. S. CAMERON DR. CLAUDE BROWN J. H. CROCKER Athletic Directorate My 9 W' AL HARGAN DR. J. H. FISHER FRANK R HOWARD HAMILTON DORIS EAGLES PROF. N. C. HART I48 ff 'W 3 9 52 Ziff 553 5' 'Q 'VW 'Q Wig? 45.94 32233535312 Ninefeen-Thirfy-Nine was a big rugby year af Wesiern. li gave us our firsf championship since I93I. Every one of us who look parl' in +he games 'rhoroughly en- joyed 'rhe immense sa+isfac+ion of belonging +o a championship squad. We also fruly appreciaied 'rhe suppori given us by ihe sfudenis of ihis Universiiy in our championship drive. I+ is our earnesl' hope +ha+ +he I940 'ream may play a repeal per- formance and once more bring 'rhe Ya'res Trophy fo res+ a+ Wesi- ern. To my successor, Claude Moore, capiain of fhe i940 squad, l wish all good forfune. I lcnow he will lead ihe feam on io fhe fop in +he campaign nexi fall. ALF HURLEY. 42: 'ef' 16254 ,urn " . , ,4q,.q9,1.',z7,, f M f -pw Icyftfif' ' ' ,hip , f ,, -1 .Z ,lr-,gf ' r , A .4 r 'r R5 1' gggx 0 X 5 NQYM? was Q, , w , M, , V 44 W N T V 4 f ,Ea 1 Nz viwfffs ,fs .QGQK X" 1 4 fi. V1 A as rv, S. , Jwf 4 Q ' Sf ,A Nfwfmheg Jr of A in , sf T seg-M -L, Jw , ,m m M. S L - 5 - by X ,-,,, 4 t 51 Q9 LQ 'Y 'Q YQ- fs? Sf W 'Ks .1 .A-, fmt: ' fi L NQQQCTOBER 7, 1939 We '939 or 'O P- Qb' Q and line' made +he :4,x?Q'p-,Q x - . . , nTeo T g, i, KINGSTON, H, I939 N The lasi The 1939 rugby season cloieifjwifh a fnrillirxgx win over Queen's I358. Wiihffhree minufes +o go in fnegrlasf qiiqrfer 'rhe score was 7-8 Queen's: Moore blocked a Quxeerfex pun'r on on The five-yard line romped over +o ma ,T l-31Egfor ' i' " .. , . ' Wesiern. The Musf glj n -Q Trim, 2.5 fgwww, . . . 'ffrr fhelr second nn'rercollegnaEe?iQ5? 1 N N Nlx CLPXCXALX AON TOR w PM yxxxi ON I4, I939 Mus- A09 XLXNG WX N 1 GPMERO M Av-x,xe VXSHER CH OWSO omg N WOM p5 AOL Y xcimm arsify for pec+a+ors whip 'rhe Beavers snon of fhe annual 'ro London. The of Wes+ern's pro+ec+ed by an wall, kepi Hue sped aIer'r for-fhe unexpecied. 4, 9 of over Musiangs fhe occa- exodus P 'SYS field, KENT TE HA RRIS BEN A .X X. ffnrlffmif L-: 2 5 f , 19g"'2' , . 3,4941 ff in z, , Wfffg, ., 59 5125 , .W CTOBER 2 I I'-739 are ' d?w,25.. ' 2 '- ,, 1' , fp' Wm -aw f X wma K 12 A K +he +hrrd , f if -' gfgiiv 'ZWVLW X M75 53-'Q Q , , V , 'vm' ,mx f H :Vg r 4 - 2 Mus' PW . .L Q? -f - , 'S5'gga.-wa ,, q.m?Swm.rw We Q 1,1-f gf, f,v.wf,x ww few. we N xx'1'4Q2f 5 '.mk3kQsQS,'xS"-afw ,ref - ,vgyvfvf P 2 - g.'f:g?i.v,"A4g4. 32 W - 'I f-"::?,,fff: ' rf QQ ink ' , Jkkxigwlgz mia 3:,v,y1x U a T iii 51"-Iiffvjk ,,g,.,eQg1 ,6-we , A --,Z Q , N, 1 , , N. rg A fy., ,Y ' e W X f, - f A' sw ' il .V " ' is iff ' Q ski- e, QS , Y S , , + + e Q Ngo -1 1. , fb. - X - 'fix .ef . , J 3 ' ' O I. 53 W . ' an -' X -1 Nix x we P agfzmf. , '13fiQ?e3' , ,gf ,Q K Q lr 1 ,Aa c - W 'Meigs Q.-A P ro .f r w, ,dn , .4 f -'n .Vw-..xs' X. .ax as--.Q +h 5' A Nils X, ,W . .. gr- Q .X -, d in Q - m5.,:,frg, a ' . I' .3 5 0 gs. V' X?Ps,QsfSrQW3ws1'5FMq1Sfvsgs,Z PM x adm , 2 1 ' pf - van ,www 11 g vw li .-.n :'1:'1?51'r: , MONTREA ze, 1939 The fTrs'r gfgame was, one of 'rhe closes+ played. The heavy was 51, ' a cons'ran'r worry Muse img rid 'f roo'rers. A pass from KLIEQlx'IfQ Moore for a +o'raI gain of was rf? is-i2:G Y? fhe hlghllghf. As blew, fhe scoreboar Or ano+her Musfang vuciory. N ,-1, num ,Z waz. 4 1' 1 f 55' P: W ', lee ar GQ 6 ,V Xp? ,W ,gn we .2 ff + Q 1 f Lew Davies llvlanagerl, Roy Lewis, Harold King, Edgar Venus, Howard Hayes, Ron Airlcen, George Bisserf, Laird Bovaird, Hugh Lorriman, S+ew Paddon, Jack Howes, Eric Rogers. INTERMEDIATE RUGBY John Douglas, M. Douglas, Max Kaminsky, Charles Drake, Don McCormick, Dick Hodges, Bob Colucci J. Howden, Bill Har+, Gordon Riske, Ernie Gaun+, Dr. Wm. Bugg, Jack Graham llvlanagerl. JUNIOR RUGBY Back Row: Don Derbyshire, Tom O'Marra, Fred Wodclmis, S'ruar+ Rolfe, Sfeplien Sanderson, Bob Clarlxe, John Mclnnes, Bob Morgan, Bob Miller lCoacl1l. Fronf Row: Jael: Howes, Bill Hoclxin, Lorne Dow, Jaclc Ward, John Smilh, Jaclu McCallum. MEN'S BADMINTON Baclc Row: Leo l.aFon+aine, Moff Forresfer, Jack Jackson, C. Wallace. Fronl' Row: Don Lawson, Jack Nichols, Don S+ewar+, Diclr Hodges, Wally Nesbiff SENIOR SOCCER Bacln Row: Cam McLagan, Ross Mclnfyre, Harvey Hillen, Lloyd Walden, Ted LiH'Ie. Middle Row: Ausfin Wrighf, John Blackwood, Fred Curfs, Slan Pale, Ernie Reader, Prof. Jenlxin. Fronf Row: Jack Laughfon, Gordon Nesbiif. INTERMEDIATE SOCCER Back Row: R. Shervill, R. Waugh, W. Bain, H. Dickinson, C. A. Welsh. Second Row: J. Barren, Mr. Jenlcin, J. Talbol, A. Hoggarfh, R. Walden, W. Tuflord Fron+ Row: G. Bleman, E. Houghfon, J. Girvin, A. Wrigh+, C. Dunn. Allirl I I I I I I I SENIOR BASKETBALL Max Sheppard, Gale Blasingame, Clem Fausf, Lyn Thompson, AI Hurley, Ken Scoble, Roy Lewis, Elmer McLeod, Bob Arner, Joe Krol. INTERMEDIATE BASKETBALL Baclx Row: Laird Bovaird Ilvlanagerl, Jack SIrea+es, Harry Szumlinsld, Don Gillen, Max Sheppard Andy Reelxie Icoachl. Fronf Row: Ken Scoble, Jack Paflerson, Bob Arner, Tom PIan+, AI Johnson. MEDS BASKETBALL Back Row: Gordon Howden, Arfhur Nareff, Hyman Shapiro. From' Row: Norm McNally, Ernie Marshall. Jack Kennedy, Mori Golden, Claude Moore. MEDS VOLLEYBALL Back Row: Hyman Shapiro, John C. Clarlc, Jerome A. Chilcovslcy, Berkley C. Brown Middle Row: Ernesl Marshall, J. Levine, Finlay Sypher. Fronf Row: Roy Jollifle, Norman McNally. 53,1 TRACK Baclc Row: John Loaring, Gordon Rislce, Lew Davies lCOBCl1l, David MacAulay, A. Carruihers. Fronf Row: Jack Pa'r+erson, Wallace Carrufhers, Lew Robinson, Ross Parker, Slew Busby, Clyde Brown. HARRER Back Row: A. Carrullwers, Harry Wl1icl1er, John Henderson, John Loaring. Fronf Row: A. Moorehouse, Lew Davies lCOdCl1l, Terry Ferris, Harry Acres. SWIMMING Gordon Rislne, Bob Gunion, Brandon Conron, John Loaring, S+ewar+ Land, Alec McAlisl'er, Ross Baller, Leslie Wheable. FENCIN6 Baclr Row: D. Cl1ris+ie, W. lllman, G. Blake, W. Shaw, A. Schavo. Second Row: O. Hall, R. McCubbin, R. Hoskin lCOdCl1l, P. Lee lCap+ainl, K. G. PeHi+, R. Rileff Fron+ Row: S. LoH', G. E. Aziz. 5-NJ BOXING Back Row: Don Cooke, Al O'Marra, Tom O'Marra, Ralph Blackmore, Fred McNab. Froni' Row: Don McCormick, Mori Golden, Gordon Riske. WRESTLING Back Row: Claude Turner lCOdCl1,, Rober+ Gladish, George Oliphanf, P. Reid, G. Bieman Andrew Reekie. Frcnf Row: Bob Colucci, C. M. Crewe, Norman Pearce, Fred Hill, Bill Squires, Dwiglwr Reid l INTERMEDIATE HOCKEY Back Row: Ken McAdam ICoachl, Ernesi Reader, William Fuller, Charles Drake, Ross Rennie, Don Lawson, Murray Frarey, John Mclnnes, Claude S+ewarI', Edgar Venus IAssis+an+ Managerl. Fronf Row: Gordon Nisbef, Campbell Granr, Eric Webb lCapIain and Managerl Max Kaminslcy, Dudley Thompson, Joe King, Logie Allen, John Ward, Leo LaFonIaine. SKI CLUB Baci: Row: Ted Campbell, Louise Moore, Frances Smyfhe, Anne LiH'Ie, Megan McNaughIon, Molly Smyrhe, Jaclc Woolley. Fronf Row: Jaclc McCallum, Pefer Cronyn, Pefer Ivey, Bob Clarke. ,x Psfa I if ? "'Hl "'fSX!'?"1u, if-ATN... X !ii.'fll2"""'l 4 f. I, 1 'ef f X' 15' B 1? 1 ff Z :arg r 2 M .3 I' X ,x 5 51:-:f f. , Q if v Q-ai X , 1: Lg , 4, Zi 1 El l 4 . 1 3 3 1 . INTER- CDLLEGIATE CHAMPIONS Mackie Smi+l1, Hal Kremer, Don McCormick Ralph Blackmore, Fred Hill, George Oliphanr Don Cooke, Norm Pearce, Mor? Golden I I ' I I I , . WOMEN'S ATHLETIC COMMITTEE Back Row: Ann LiHIe, Lorna ArscoI'+,CaI'I1erine Liddy, Margaref McQueen, Peggy Sfurman, Irene GeHas. Fronf Row: Doro+I1y Maclean, Mrs. C. F. Sullivan, Gladys Humphrys, Mrs. A. Johnson, Jean McNaIIy, Doris Eagles. BADMINTON PI1yIIIs Godwin, Doro+I1y Maclean, Barbara Pefers, Mary OHen, BeHy Trusco++, Isabelle McRae. - 1 . xl' ,as si! Q, fl v.. 'QT , z xv V if GIRLS' SENIOR BASKETBALL Bacl: Row: Mary Fraser IManagerl, Mariorie Murdoch, Vivian Granl, Margare+ MacQueen, Belh McKenzie, Jean Thomas ICoachl. Fronl Row: Irene Geflas, Peggy Slurman, Jean McNally, Claire Ellioff, Bessie Niclrleson. INTERMEDIATE BASKETBALL Back Row: Belly Mandell, Mildred Homulh, Be'r+y Marshall, Eleanor Mafhewson, Marion Macdonald Belly Moore, Sylva Mendl, Roberla McGregor. Middle Row: Mable Branlon, Mary Sco'r+, Doris Ellenfon, Mary Burlon, Muriel Skinner Fronl Row: Jean Linfon, Denise O'Brien, Olive PraH, Mary Thompson. I I "ff ' W s WDKQV :Mm ,.'l6?x,- A Simi' A 4i l -lf' SWIMMING Baclx Row: Doris Eagles, Jacqueline Gregory, Gladys Humphrys, Mary O'r'ren, Peggy Sfurman. Fronf Row: Barbara Govan, Winnifrecl Smifh, Ann Li++Ie. TENNIS Back Row: Rosabelle Mi+cI1eIl, Mary Fraser, Be+'ry Pafferson Fronl' Row: Jean McNally. is.. ,f ARCHERY Baclc Row: Margarel' McQueen, Callwerine Liclcly, Pl1yllis Godwin. Fronl Row: Eleanor Cornish, Gladys Humphrys, Miriam Morrow. SOCCER Back Row: Eleanor Harwood, Winnifred Durnford, Jacqueline Gregory, Befh McKenzie, Irene G-eH'as Mary Burfon. 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While the needs of the army, navy and air force are being met, it is imperative that increas- ing numbers of young men should prepare themselves for their future opportunities and responsibilities by procuring szientific training. Students in science subiects are urged, if at all possible, to complete their courses. This is in keeping with the policy of the British Government and that of the Govern- ments of the Dominions. 3. Your King and your Country are calling for your trained and skilled services. 4. There never was a time in the history of the world when university-trained men and women were so badly needed as they are at this time. 5. The years devoted to a university course are happily divided into sections and time is allowed for recreation, athletics, social events and other opportunities for students to work and play Some of the most attractive features of a university course are the occasions provided ior together. contacts with other ambitious and capable young men and women. 6. It is not as well known and appreciated as it should be by senior secondary school students that the University stands for certain things, namely, individual attention, thorough work. excellent associations and happy times. 7. Do you know that in these days of stress and perplexity a career is practically beyond the reach of anyone who is not university trained? For further information and particulars regarding Matriculation. Scholarships, Courses of Study, etc., write to THE REGISTRAR ootPt1ootf6t1f7iYtr8tIo trtYItr'StltrA1tr8'4ltri't1I7WdD6X1ooo AQVNMVWNMVWMMVVNVNVNMVWNVNVMYWVTKWNVSG QA QVNVNMVA Cl A WC :xi I ', ORIGINAL Sl-IEFFIELD If 1 . . PAINTINGS SILVER if Q5 Established 1874 I I I5 - :I 7 y VISIT I Ig , 3 Nasl-I GHLLERIES K5 Q to "Articles not found elsewhere," 4: I Ei especially suitable for presenta- 1 ' f tions and qifts. I - Perfect Blue White W Diamonds g Telephones: 2 METCAIE 56 and 57 I JOHN H. NHSH j ws. 51RONG'5 DRUG 51035 LII. 3 y AND SQN DISPENSING CHEMISTS I 5 P Q CLASS PINS PINE WRIST AND ' I PARTY EAvoUES POCKET WATCHES f 184 Dundas St. London, Ont. I I, I I -IEE u e. Glide through your studies . . . enjoy extra 3 hours of freedom . . . own an I I - E ' t i f " I' I t "I-I f:.1eIi -'IQ'I IIE ' I I rg... Q Q'12lTalfElTI.!fE5lE.l5i12lI-liliyil 3 ITIIITItflflffldlillollofilffeleif' I U N DERWOOD Portable TYPEWRITER 5 I Typing on an Underwood makes writinq a qenuine pleasure-saves time qalorel I It's so easy to operate: speedy, efficient, practical. Think of it! You can buy a , P famous Underwood Portable for only S3 down and S3 monthly. 5-day trial free. E Made in Canada by E UNDERWOOD ELLIOTT FISHER LIMITED loseph L. Seitz, President E Executive Offices London Branch E 135 Victoria Street 463 Richmond Street A I Toronto A. I. Scott, Mgr. I amvmwmrmvmwda I90 1 f ,M-,bib x if Inf' Qh.pg 1 LA .gf Li W ,E-U--1? , ,W W, W, if L 'x D' K . , QQ 'm 'M ' gxqyig 'Y ,nf '11 vs , 'B' - A f ' fs reef f ,f ' gil? 1 1' .J AEAKALAWNA 9 9 9 v 9 Q WJLUJ ' LUILUMUJLUJ V ' 9 DQJJLWADUJDQIJLKQUDQADSUDSA ' ' N, N I G H T E Compliments and Q E . and . DAY ' ' ' ' E Best Wishes 0 WHERE THE STUDENTS l FEEL AT HOME 0 l ' I The 3 Benson - Wilcox LONDON CAFE ' Electric Company Between Loew's and the Capitol . , fDQwn51airSl : 3 "a bank where small accounts are Welcome" mu, Mu AMA uwzcf ae YUUB BANK UNoUEsT1oNED security - helpful banking counsel - unexcelled facilities in every department of domestic and foreign banking service dur- ing l22 years of successful operation. A bank for savings, for business, farming and per- sonal loans, for travel funds, for credit and transfer opera- tions, for import and export transactions, for financing domestic and foreign trade. BANK 0F MUNTREAL ESTABLISHED 1817 A MILLION DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS DENOTE CONFIDENCE I90 E iii, lx . 'S-I i ' 1 x " K 'X X."- N .QP u JH fi gtk. ,. xw 'S s 5 - .,,5'. ,, Q KU .27 Aa 9 'bl W 'Fa ia 'iffy ' ,- xx . 1 Q V1 - ,ix f LX z X Qfh, X 9 'lj Aff-3 Wai?-f uf: dbx s v. .Zn ' , f . 8 -m mm ' T? ,Wk X. 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'ffi Main Feat'l1l'eS of Q XX XX lik Yhdznvutz umrslron SERVICE' 1 xg 5 ' Y Y 1 PCSTIAN s , Q ILI1 I ORIENTAL RUGS !-QUEMSQMEENY F-TR: Z 306 Dundas Street London, Ont. E ' 2 phone Ma. woo DURHBILITY I 981931. ' tK!0LUJLk!0D81lD8lJIkUl1D!lJLX!QD!1lLKUJtkUJD!fULUJLk!L'D!JJ XJ-JxAlkALK!4LlA.XADJJLlJJlklJ I is It ' I . . . o 0 0 o C 0 , I 0 5 I 9 S I o A UN A A MVMVVNFBVWNVNVNMVMV A hiX1ff6t1D'8dff8flTfA'1DiX1 FfA1b6X1bi'd DSVVNMVVNMVWNVNMV IPBVDSVVNDZVTMVVNVSG 0 - Z We Salute You, Graduates' We thank you tor your patronage during your student years And now as you enter a new phase WK V 'NANAMA" lwWA ' V 9 V I1 kWMAMAMAMAlNMAMA'MA lW l I ot lite' We Wish you luck and happmess and suooess SMALLMAN 8: INGRAM LIMITED 198 ,.:stb'4it fi ri WK 4 Qi, wg D V '-" . Prvmpt ' O Courteous SGPVICG X r g . . . combihed with efficient super- '- . S Vision by Graduate Pharmacrsts, T D N X 0 N f characterize Our E LONDONfS BEST EQUIPPED . 6 Q I MOVING and DEPENDABLE . s 1' o R A G. E , .R DRUG STORES 3 S E R V' C E O T I . airncros ' T I EEE Chemists ' 3 EXPERTS IN KODAK PHOTOGRAPHY I 5 T T O E E E The wwf StuOliOs Say' Thanks T Kindly I TO UNIVERSITY GRADUATES TOT yOur paTTOnaqe Thls year and may the best Ot qOOd luck be yOuTs 1 ll ll C C Q ' ' " ' I" 'H 'JV '71?7v ',H'C , kM01dDMI - H - We W O 200 I 1'f'Y' I . "--s...-ff' - ww W- tilt Aff' 2 , wiv' S .P Qwmgg Ulf Q ig, M I I .1 V 1 , , 3 K X., ' A 4 N M M X, M m .,....wf-M" WH' ..,f , Mwllf' gh i V f K, ,dn-1 F I - xr " ' 9 1 yy v , 9 x ' 1 4-v ' ' H s 4. ,X ,f Q f 1 I ' HCHIEVEMENT Z ' Bennett 8: Wright Limited HGRADUATION.. HEATING .... PLUMBING CHINA , vENT1LAT1oN CRYSTAL . and SH-VER i SPRINKLERS To collect these three . . . is the ambition ot the most discriminatinq Hostess. I I I A Ah accomplishment easily achieved. The Chlna I Toronto Kitchener of LCNDON g LONDON CLONDON cRocKEHY con h 295 King Si- Mei- 4533 Since 1902 E n sf:E PAGE sm: PAGE 75 A 3 M M.. dw fig X x xx! a 1 1 Mui .0- mv-T , - ' T ' ' v ' 'uwwwsm ' ' ' E IN MONTREAL . . ' PEQEESSICDNAL AND ' P INSTITUTKDNAL f WlQL?fr1::+,' UNIFORMS WHVFEWEAR ,iliiti1iettt1Q gg g i EQ U54 , "lf" rl lj "Elph Q1 ,Ll Q,Q, 1,52 tl: at illllfll.l:'uQtQflpl ,iliili -T - ' T The QUEENS HOTEL is the home ol g students from the University of Western g ' Qntario. ' 2 2 Noted for its diqnitied appointments E Q . . . unexcelled cuisine . . . and superb E 3 service . . . students and their friends C . . are assured every comfort. 1VIanufactur1ng o. I I ' 5 QUEEN'S HCTEL 98 Dundas St., London Met. 5050 e 3 : ' Adelard Raymond, Vice-Pres. EAZLTTTTWWTTWTV 7 , A vfrxltull .1 W N1 X1 ' E I 1 T' 5 I 'ivxig' Cclfinvlauo :full -I-,, o if -A i A -n i 2 F God 5- G R E Y H 0 U N D 5 . . you always save 2 The World's largest motor coach system always qives 1+ you the most for your travel dollar. Comfort all the l way W Wide choice ot routes - everything to make gl your trip enjoyable. Q fW'T'T' 'T 204 5, 1 sim , Ui wx 'J '4 f " , 'ff-Q , Z V 5 . iw' , :VMS 'vi ' Mig: Joan H777L7l'IK7YIX7IlILTI'iI7TKX7NY7TI,QTH,S7P15TZ1LTl'IS7PIj7FIY7FIK7T'K7FI,UITI,U7'KllLU1KVlllK7I'IX,DK7 My fg4.AL,'x.a.r-xALA1xx.A.'x,,A.A..aQ5a:Nr5.Q..,4usfxxc REMEMBER the place you spent so many happy hours as an underqrad . . . REMEMBER the nites you dropped in after a Formal to continue the fun . . . REMEMBER that as Alumnus you will receive the same old hearty welcome at GRADUATION GIFTS . . CLASS PINS TROPI-IIES FAVCUES AND PRESENTATICNS Selecting them-is a pleasure at O 9 .-.. O O O l l t O .- I 0 s O O -nvvm fhe I C R Sumner 8 Sons Three Little Pigs' Llmned THE RELIABLE IEWELLER H PENTRY H Metcalf 5819 392 Richmond St tl, lv' V ttf ram 2.' 2. .l " "'IfWlJl-KUllXUJ lX!lJLl!'JIX?LU04l " " AAA,- My "PU4tW1l9U4lW-"' g I H I9 Distributors of SAFE MILK ..... I-IOMO MILK ..... IEESEY MILK CHOCOLATE MILK ...... TABLE and WHIPPING CREAM CULTURED BUTTERMILK Manufacturers ot HSMOOTHER-THAN-VELVET" ICE CREAM I 'EI' -I l I " It V' sMV MVVNMVMVVNVNA A 0 AAYgYYYYYY 4.1 wa-. nu IUCHW QALKHS gag SI ia Q. A I gr Ll' fS,THf giw mhxk 54-,xc 'xr an-,1s..'s'x'e:xl:-, , 'mnsfis-3.':4xz:fxr4S..A Y ALA:-Y , Y V 2 Q 3 .Ar ,QD COmp1imeHtS ' London Coat 8: ami IX pron Sup 1 Best Wishes P Y Y Uniforms Coats . . Aprons . . Towels 'A A ' Complete Laundry Rental Service Ontario "lt Pays to Keep Clean" Furniture 98 Carling Street Met. 2485 o7Nf1iX1V8t1bNIhVh6X1fmV6do IhW3N1W8tlVA1V8dVB1Vit1V8t1f7No A 0 A 0 K N 'NYM' YOUR HEADQUARTERS IN TORONTO " When you come to Toronto by train you arrive in the Union Station just the width of Front Street from The Royal York. A subway leads directly into the Hotel When you come by motor the highway leads practically direct to the Hotel door A block or two from the hnancial district a couple more from the b1g stores and the you wish to go Your room IS connected by telephone to everywhere and everybody w I-W. I I l I . . . I .Ll l. ' leading theatres. Taxi service anywhere S I n - 8 . All rooms have tub and shower bath and radio loudspeaker. Every convenience for business con- ferences, or entertaining. Make your Toronto headquarters in the largest hotel in the British Empire and one of the most modern in the world. Rates from S4 per day. For reservations write or wire or 'phone WA. 2511. TORONTO A CANADIAN Nncxrxc Horan 208 'agar '41, difw -W .ni vw.. 1 0 5- , W: I E ' We M fEf3'lf 4 'Q , I ., P 'fjfm t ' ,., ,. K:.,h, ....:, ' l ff. . 1 f :X W . A f . ,fi ,A iv 'IJBZQX'SSHK'XAt'l'I3'-Z.'llHHl'37lIS1'."SEl5 Af,1UllV,M,M,.7'l9"lYl'IMVl'WMml"AUvl'5MxAL,, 'lfllofvllkik I N- L O I -5 o 'I 1 A 1, . 0 ,r BRUWNT-EE'-3 7 QUALITY FUELS for ENAMELWARE - HARDWARE 1' ' 1 Paints, Vamishes and Painters' Supplies Sheet Metal Workers and Reoiers 3 PHONES: Metcalf 652 - 2420 - 3947 .I. A. BROWNLEE 1 Limited ass Talbot sf. 102 Dundas sf. 1 LONDON - ONTARIO ,r 1 0 E A11 Kinds and if , , 'l I Sizes 2 3 1 is 0 ,I 5 ' 11: li 1, I HUNT COAL co. 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I A ,,f,,L., 1 , I .,.,, ,,,,, LLL., ,,,, 3 ,, , ,L 1, Q, , -1 , K 1,1 A .,,,1.,..?YAf,1,em,4,e,f - ' 1' , 5 I 5 I 1 1 , f 1 ,N f I 1, 5 I , I nh1 '1"1 'I E I I 5 K f' J LLL i 3' 1 W, ,, . , v- rw aw- -'-H Y f -I -rf--we-V 4 , I 1 1 MADE IN CANADA BY JENKINS BROS. LIMITED W' KT Q ,da NQIQNQ P3 E Ea ,I E as as as 43 ta 45 as as 4 E ii js as a ES E 55 ia as -I gg EI 2 I 3 ES E I -4 I' - , ,, 2 WOLF'S Has ,:'x':',a 1 1 DRESSES Lfgxix 1 To Make You Chic I EI 52 at si r fi 0 If E' It you prefer clothes which are E- 5 fashionable but not extreme - f you'II find your trocks at WoIt's BOQKS THAT YOU CAREY T0 THE - the simplicity and quiet qood A FIRE, AND HQLD READILY IN YOUR y taste which are the essence of : HAND, ARE THE MCDST USEFUL I true chic. 0 AFTER ALL .... 5 J : DR. JoHNsoN. . WQLF BRQS. 1 11 L 1 M 1 T E D Holmes Iii "Where Fashion's Latest Word - 5 , Is Spoken First" A Bookshops A 288 Dundas St. Opp. Hotel London A. : London St. Thomas I Ig, .VNm a ' c ocoo n . a a o aoaaaooaaooooo a ms.ummMM ' vmw: mvummmwmwmmm v v I E X X , QXQLXS xsxtxna nfffffffffffg E I N909 Y ' S fGOI.D STAND RW I G o I o o on.s 5 MfccA me SIGN for Q of the f MOTORISTS ff MAPLE LEAF 5 I E g 5l.lIlE TE5l I PETIIIILEIIM IIURFIIRATIIIN LIMITED - 6 "Canada's All Canadian Company" -5 T ' 210 if ,- ,, , J 'x4s'sV' ,' ,L 1 W , ',ZAin4S:fs.f"fx4-Qirh 1-Am 7 1 E 5 ' E In I FCRD V-8 . The Head Mirror MERCURY V,g ' Shown on LINCOLN ZEPHYR V-12 E PAGE 41 1- d b i sl i ' was Supp le Y . "A New Kind oi Used Car" vv. E. SAUNDERS Limited : is - o 3 Middlesex Motors Z I Limited 1 Physician and Hospital E ,, Noted for Service ,, Supplies E L o N D o N " ' mw1 .mm1 .. .mmmmmrmm H " . 4 3 Putherbough Construction Company 214 1 'va- wa ...- ,A SW951 Hun 1 ,W FW' at r r ,r ,r ' ' -r is1iMfs1Mmisoo.g4.1 i ' .1 3. v ' y At Your 2 E 0 ' E Service t ' E E The Corsa-ge : Concrete is a versatile material with a Z . wide application in the construction . Worn bv I field. Because of this, an occasional 2 MISS WESTERN o problem as to its correct use may arise. o On Pa Q 169 ln order to help you with these g problems we maintain a com- Was plete library and thoroughly ex- desi ned b perienced Service Department. Q Y Don't hesitate to write our nearest . office at any time concerning the ' d hi . use of this modern material.There agp . is no charge tor this service. Q Q A n n owers 3 5 C aa, " A 3 Canada Cement Company Limited ' I-'filmed 0 5 Canada Cement Company Building . Q 5 Phillips Square Montreal 1 : : Sales Offices at: 3 Quebec Montreal Toronto Winnipeg Calgary : 5 Q' " VN MWNWWVNVNVNW O O OWWYWC 6 6 WMWWM 0 Keeping Faith i with the Future FAR more than a manufacturing or- ganization, Westinghouse carries on the pioneering spirit of its founder . . . keeping faith with the future of electrical progress:- By the training of new men By the development ot new methods By the creation ot new products When you buy an electrical product bearing the Westinghouse name you not only reap the benefit of thisprog- ress at the present but you also make possible its continued advancement in the future. Canadian Westinghouse Company, Limited Head Uffice and Factories: Hamilton, Ontario M Z estinghouse gvw V01 RADIO . RANGES . REFRIGERATORS . WASHERS . APPLIANCES . LAMPS . TUBES 216 f Q 1 Y 2 5 L, , Q 1,53 X .FN we-Wf S xl yr ww z 45,6 ,B f , uw .pk X 4. '. ' 'Qu 'V 'ci 'ff " Z H V' 'llvgnpk Q54 -nm-Q, li L I 4 . ., 1 4 4 4 4' ' 4 4 .. E5 P r ' F P . - As -. - - ' - ww w-fa-w- ' - ' ' -1. 4 . v v v v v 4 -my -awry ' w w! 25 I E , 4 it Compliments 45 3 Cowan Hardware QQ gg Limited Q It "The Store with the Stock" ii - . rr Compliments 3' . of . I, fi O it ie 3 Yocum Faust, Ltd. gi City-wide A London - Ontario EL Delivery 0 ii E 5+ Phones: Metcalf 3461 -3462 f 5 1' 1 4 " " " " " " " " " r' 'e"' " "" 'r" "" " "" " " " ' m " " " " " " W " " " " " " " " ' " " 1, F - ... - - - - - - - - - - - ' .. - - - - -.- A.- A, -.- A.- A -,A.-A -A....A A.- - - - - - - A - A - A - - - - - - - - - - " tLK9'4" -!,!4bL1J4- .- - - - - - -,- -,- A if WALTER A. DIXCN if i Takes this opportunity ot thanking J the Graduates of 1940 for their kind E patronage, and wishes them all success. ' ' , Q' . . if The ylrttle gituhtu if QE - 218 X fr .Y Fx, , , '55 . n Soda Fountain Service I S Cosy Dairy Bar 2 Vinny ':-1-:-1-.-r . . ., ?5'5'1:f:1:f:5f: " sz- . . 1 -?:':'-'-'fit-I:1:f:1:t . . . 55:5:5:5:5:5:3:5::Efg, .,.::g55:5E3E5!E2SG3:b '-'-'-:-:5:1:3:::g,, :5:3::q.1.-:-:--f -' ' 1 1 PNIFN' C l t l PM lt. .Qff.,,. .. . fgjig' T - '-:..'j1',,g.3tJ'--1 'fb , .- 3 E .. ,,t, .. 'g .... i . Walkersicle Ice Cream - l l l Ice Cream Bricks - All Flavours o Special lces put up We Deliver Phone M 6173-I Hamburgs l-lot Chocolates and Tasty Sandwiches CLEANLINESS OUR MOTTO ' kWlWNAlWlNNA NAWAUWWBMlMNMu NA ' Take Time to Play . ' 1 X 1 f 1 1' X C, I ...1.r.m,11...mir111r..1111i1' , 1 ul --" Enjoy the healthful recreation of our summer sports- . Tennis - Golf - Swimming Baseball - Archery - Soccer But choose dependable equipment of assured quality and value. Wilson equipment IS depend- able. Write for catalogue. Te Har-old A Wilson Company Limited O O 2 O C O O Q O O C vw 4' Q 9 4 : J 4 1 o o - E ' E : E ' : . : E E E 0 h 4 , I E 5 - , . 1 1 '-9. 299 Yonge St Toronto V -. . 7 I N.. C ' ' Q RE NEW POINT ' W FOUNTAIN PENS if 75 I and PUSH PENCILS if Solid Duracrome Renewable Points in l5 Selections. l55O-fBookkeeping l555-Gregg Shorthand 2460-Record-keeping 2442-Executives 2556-ePenmanship l55l-School Use 2788fSocial Use l3l4-Manuscript ' 2048 fClerical Use l46l-Manifolding 2464fMulti-copy 2284-Broad Stub for Q 1554----Shorthand 2668-Firm Writing 2968-eBroad Writing Signatures N: Osmiridium Tip Points in 4 Styles. ,I Duracrome, a new chromium alloy developed by Esterbrook, resists corrosion and permits fine grading of points. Osmiridium, a combination of osmium and iridium, is harder and more costly than ordinary iridium. E 'Q This results in a nib virtually impervious to wear and affords a super-smooth Writing point. Q ' 0 ,1,,.,....g: 1, M - I 1-'t rt., ' It ui 2 ,... Iii.. .,,.,.,, ...., ir ,,,.. , 1 .' H , 1 V., If - 1 'fllllllllll lg I. ...V. W ......,,i ....,.. ""t . w,,, M MIW ,,,, ,mv nxdh mm ,,..,.,, .1,,::,Tw, p y 0 .,,., T, ..t. ,,t, f inlll '.,1,. Q ,..r . 1.4. . 1g t' , Push Pencil supplies a continuous flow of 24" of lead. Eliminates the annoyance of continuous , - refilling. Merely push the top and correct writing length of lead appears. ' it D'S'f'1bu'f0rS The BROWN BROTHERS, Limited ,l 100 SIMCOE STREET TORONTO lg See them at your local Stationers or College Book Store. it 4 T' rGtm1h'6dFm1ffm fY8d. n'n1tml5 220 OUR THANKS To Our Engravers G. L. Gardiner and Stewart M. Muir oi Photo-Engravers To Our Printers Harry Iones and Matt Richmond of H. I. Iones-Sons To Our Binders D. B. Fisher of Brown Bros. Ltd. To Our Photographers Walter Dixon R. Darragh W. Robertson and Ron Nelson and to the many other "outsiders" who helped compile the 1940 OCCIDENTALIA UUNUIKTUUUU fUN57"K7UUU57 IUHK 71IY71HK7HK7TiY7IWK7'TU'TUTTUUY7TTY7'TUT'TUTTK7TTi7TTY71lY7 K7I'Y7I'K7T'IUI UHY7I'IY7HK7TIY WUTY7m 7m7mmUmUKWWK7UUUV' PHOTOGRAPHS Commeroral photography e Dramahzed photography Mechamcal retouches t Desrgn for booklets folders D1splay carols packages ENGRAVING Z no et hmg halftone plates zinc color plates process quaolri Color plates ELECTROTYPING Mats Stereos Electrotypes - Nickelsteeltype Tenaplate The layout and all plates of the l94O Occidentalia made by Photo Engravers 8: Electr-otyper-s Limited t London Office: 205 Richmond Bldg. Metcalf 5170 STEWHRT M. MUIR t ' l 2 il A if - -v -v ' -- v- t , vvA'JvWwAJVAvf2' vN4-vvw ?vvwivvvv, Y O . l O QQ . , . 'T' 1. 3 2 : ART WORK - ' 0 I L 1 , . ' V l , . O ' , i .. - .- S 2 -2 E fmhifo s o A yrrfygygyYmmMmg1 gg 3m X N N mom! .1 222 mf Au ..lJQL'm-li LN! 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