(The Editor wishes to acknowledge an omission of text in Dr. Richard Forbis' paper which appeared in the May 1993 issue of the Bulletin of the History of Archaeology. The Editor expresses his apologies for the omission and publishes again Dr. Forbis' entire paper so that the reader might have the benefit of the corrections made).
During the early 1960s, largely as a result of the the "baby boom" of the 1940s, large numbers of students of college age surfaced. They demanded a wider scope for higher education in Canada. The period saw not only the expansion of facilities in already established universities but also the creation of many new institutions, among them the University of Calgary.