Commerce Undergraduate Society
Front — Irving Bookbinder, Athletics Rep.; André Michon, Pres.; Bimbo Black, S.E.C. Rep.
Back — Maurice Tremblay, Treas.; Norman McGhee, Vice-Pres.
The CUS functions to arrange extracurricular activities for Commerce students and to stimulate the traditional college spirit among members of the school. This year’s programme included several banquets with guest speakers invited from various fields of business. At the “Gen Nights”, speakers from a variety of companies explained the role of Commerce graduates in their organizations and what was expected from their efforts.
Plant tours were organized for the purpose of allowing the student to familiarize himself with different types of industry and to acquaint him with their commercial problems thereby broadening the student’s scope for future employment. Commerce was well-represented in athletics with intramural touch-football, hockey, basketball and volleyball teams. For the first time, the CUS this year organized a combination Banquet and Smoker which was acclaimed a decided success by all those in attendance.
... and grows and grows
1943- The School of Commerce takes up quarters in Purvis Hall, 1020 Pine Ave. W.