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The FIying Dutchman introducesRot k...... Last day for artsoc h by brute murphy the chevron

Artsoc would like to remind all irts students that today is the last lay for nominations for positions Ml the eXfM.lh%? Of next year’s trtsoc. Take your completed forms 177B.

The society is going to be putting Jut a leaflet on artsoc and its :OnStitUTnt ClUbS before the elections SO that students will have ,he opportunity to know what they ire voting for. The leaflet will lriefly explain the functions and 1urposes of artsoc and its con;tituent clubs. The English and Drama Society *equeStS IlOminatiOnS for the lositions of president, viceIresident, secretary-treasurer and ;tudent advisor. Forms will be available in Hum 162 from March 12 to March 16. The elections will le March 23. Through good luck or good nanagement (the executive prefer #helatter>, the English and Drama society iS in a very good financial losition. Much of this money came ‘rom a very successful pub held on March first. Sixty cases of beer danished in three hours and twenty mottles of liquor in four. The ?xeCUtive attributes the SUCCeSSOf ;his pub to heavy advertising in the engineering buildings. It seems .hat engineers are willing to drink ,yith other than their own. The Political Science Union announces the opening of nominations for the pOSitiOnS Of: president, vice-president, secretary-treasurer, librarian. Nominations Will ClOSe March 20 and the election will be March 22. Forms can be obtained from Geoffrey Atkinson. Note Carefully that there will be a pub on election night, the time and place to be announced.

2. Chinese The

Chinese

Students

of Prizes

1336 1477 ’

Niki Klein G.R.Sincla~ Barbara LoWe

1796 1324

N. Ratz

1085

D-Downs

1602

B .A .Lumsden

1093

Diane

Fehrman

1381

Borsv

An&as

Annette

Karing

1126

D.Hingorani

1588 1344

Mary

shea

1153 1176 1053

Robin Anne Russ Janet

Wentzell Fougere Chapmali Mills

1553

Ed Baetz

1352

G.Baycroft

1105 1157 1240

Bimla Enns Clyde Bernard Steve Ignataviciras E.Mahony

J-R-Dash

,

Dan Dolliver John Bender Jbhn Bowman V.Boles

1490

1262 1552

V.Boles

1662

John

1087

1614

Lyle Brown Sharon Brown Rita Kovacevic J-Chase

1249 1805

Jack

Josefowicz

Linda

Reinhart

1451 1765

Ruth St. Armand Gavin McHenry

1774 1479

Bob Satnik

1574 1340

M .Wegemer Hera Balabanian

M .W egemer BUda

ESS

Further

on E.S.S. another free afternoon pub in the campus centre pub. Tonight the Red Garter Pub with Neil Nugent and his band. Admission for E.S.S. members, 50 cents ; all others one dollar, Pub to take place in the South Campus Hall Winter

of

information

Weekend.

Today

’ Tomorrow is the “tri-sot 100 car rally”, free to members of E.S.S., Mathsoc or Engsoc and all others one dollar percar. First car will be leaving the H parking lot at 1 :ol pm And tomorrow night is the grand finale to E.S.S. Winter Weekend: A Red Garter Pub with Neil Nugent and his band. Prizes of winners in the car rally will be 3. Circle K announced and prizes for winners * of all other events of Winter Weekend will be given. All prize Circle K would like to thank the winners get free admissidn to this pub; E.S.S. members have to pay many merchants of the KitchenerWaterloo area who donated prizes 50 cents and all others one dollar. Each would be The Pub is to held in the South to the penny. thanked individually but the Campus Hall Festival Room. And an added extra: the limitations of space disallow this. The Club would also like to thank snowshoe ‘72 obstacle course. participants in the Flea Market There is no skill required and snow and all the students who came out shoes will be provided tomorrow in in support of the project for the Social Science Lobby. Starting time is l2:30 and it is free to all mu1 tiple sclerosis.

2 BANDS-2 Dance

Table

SHERWOOD Dine Nightly at the Captain’s Table Prime Rib Roast of Beef our Specialty .

u~nsad Under the uquor licoM0 Act

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Preston Hwy 8 opposite K Mart 653. ,3269

CITY

OTEL (Across Froxn Waterloo Square) The home of the famous - . .

REDBARONSTEAK

Congratulations to the upper Math hockey team who successfully defended the championship they won last term last sunday night, beating the not-sorigid toolers 7-1. They now retain the Bullbrook Cup until next year. anti-calendar This term’s questions are now on their way to the classrooms. If you want to help your society you can go to your class and fill one out. If you want to help even more you can go down to the society office, pick up a few questionnaires and take them to your classes for distribution. And Bleed For Math on March 14, 15, and 16, thereby doing a good deed for the red cross and helping math to retain the Blood Bowl. Tie and Tool Pub on March 18: the mad mathies

prices

Fri & Sat, 9 to 1 in the Lower Deck

Saturday The Captains

one day trip to Toronto today. One chartered bus will leave the camDus centre at 1O:OO am. The participants will have lunch at and will tour the Ontario Science Centre after arrival in Toronto. Scarborough College will be visited late in the afternoon with the group then heading to the university of Toronto. Dinner will be arranged at the International Student Centre at U. of T. with a social and entertainment program following. There will an option for a free visit of the campus or downtown Toronto. The bus will be leaving U. of T. at 10:00 pm. Cost will be $1.50 for members of ISA and $2 for others, covering the cost of transportation and admission to the Science Centre. Tickets are available at the Central Box Office.

plumbers services

ROOMS

UTOPIA

3110.

6. Mathsoc

1644 1641 1573

1661 1322

staff

The International Students Association will be organizing a

Owen Ricker

1180

and

Al Lucas

1481 1407 1378

1709

faculty

E.S.S.. If you would like more info on this see Ralph, social s.ci 241, ext

5. International

1789 1186

1418

students,

Carl

Tot&e Adrian Johnson Charles Cass

1339

4.

will be presenting tonight and tomorrow night the Chinese ballet, The Red Detachment of Women, in room 271 of the biology building. Admission is $1.00 with tickets available in the Central Box Office, M&C third floor of the Arts Lecture Building (the last two today from 11: 201: 30). There will be only a limited number of tickets available at the door. *Show time at 8 :00 pm to see this modern ballet performed during Mr. Nixon’s recent trip to China. Association

Winners 1371\

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nominations-

The following prize winners in the penny sale may pick up their prizes in the Circle _K office, M&C 3040 during weekday afternoons :

I. .Artsoc

.o Hum

exec

and the equally

HOUSE (Monday

Specials)

Dining

in our

Jli3amaom Entertainment weekend

every in our

PUB

so

are running a pub in food with the usually cheap in effect

for

mathies

engies. Elections

for

mathsoc

seats will take place

and council

next friday,

March 17. Polling booths will be open from 9:30 am until 3:30 pm.

Pre-registration for all math students will be held next week. Remember, that if YOU don’t Preregister, that is taken as a statement on your part that you do not intend to return next fall. If you wish any further information g0 to the society office (M&C 3038) or go to see your faculty advisor. HOUSING If you are going to have an apartment available for subletting in April or you would like to find a place to stay next term, then come down to the office and fill out a housing form. 7.

Scisdc

.The Physics Club is going to- be holding a pub next friday, March 17 in the fifth floor math lounge at 8:OO pm. Admission for physics students twenty-five cents.

friday

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1972

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