The Southern California Trojan, Vol. 14, No. 58, February 22, 1923
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' fjam On the Lookout Student Ticket* Wildcats Dangerous Interclass Meet El Rodeo Sales Lagging Captains Work STUDENT TICKETS are good for the basketball games with Arizona tonight and tomorrow night. Both games are expected to be exceptionally difficult for the Wildcats are reported to I have a good team. Everyone knows the lighting ability of the Anromans. They p ayed the ■football squad rere last fall ?nd put up a fight that was r-markab’e. Student Drive To Commence Soon I Sale of Annual Closes This Week Vol. XIV Les Angeles, California, Thursday, February 22, 1923 No. b8 WILDCATS MIGHT pro:-' d. rigorous fu*-* on the ba k *Tiia!! floor. The Trojans will need all ihe support they «an eei. Several members of ih- ieani .‘r*- injured. Kenneth While is ill will ’li*1 influenza; Charley I’ou« has j.ist rwov. *red from a broken ankle; Swede Xnderson’s knee is both' ring him. whil* Tony Wayahan iia - not yet return"!1. io the t inv"rsity th’s seal* - ‘-r. All in all. *i:< sn tho Trojan students must uo oui to support their i«-am After piittii.g a series til lour games w ith «’alili.i >:ia. ilu* U. S c institution cannot afford to hav** the Wildcats ta k- i he honors aw ay. INTERCLASS TRACK CONTEST wil! be held Friday. Much good material should be uncovered in the meet, and good time, cons dering that all letter men wili not be allowed to compete. is expected. r. S. C. lias numerous sprinters <lis tancf* runners, discus throwers, high jumpers and hurdlers who have not yet competed for the Varsity. Those men will certainly show to advantage. Every student should be oiu to boost liis cla«s io th«.- limit, and see what ihe chances for th** Trojan track team will be should it b*> sent cast to compete with the large institutions of that sec-t ion. EL RODEO SALES are going very slowly, according to the manager. The students do not seem to realize the importance of subscribing to the annual, or else they are indifferent. In the latter case they do not deserve to be given further consdieration in regard to subscriptions. i'll manager must send in final arrangements for Kl Rodeo covers immediately, because they are made in Chicago Arrangements must be completed with the engraver and the printer. also, in order to have the book j come out on the campus on May 1‘.. To do that, the Kl Rodeo staff must have tlie co-operation of the entire I'niversity. CAPTAINS IN THE DRIVE for endowment funds have received the equipment necessary, and are urged to distribute it to their lieutenants immediately. The more complete the understanding of how the campaign will be conducted on the part of all who are working, the better for its welfare. Next Tuesday evening all the workers. lieutenants and captains will meet downtown to discuss the campaign, which will be opened the following day. Everyone who qualifies in either of those classifications is urged to be present. v^VS/V\^W>AAAAAAAAAi^W^A<W\AAA^^WVV ALL-SENIOR ROAD SHOW IN THE WAY PADEREWSKI IS GENIUS OF A DIFFERENT TYPE BY DOUGLAS W. MESERVEY Ignace Jan Paderewski, upon whom the University of Southern Manager Klamroth Works Hard California is to confer the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws this To Live Up To Past morning, is an interesting studv of an exception to the general belief Standards a genius may be a genius in only one endeavor. Although Paderewski directs his art and ability at onlv one thing at a time, he HANSEN MAY STAGE SHOW accomplishes successfully everything he undertakes. His career as a pianist and composer is known to every man, woman, and child the length and breadth of the civilized world. Not since Pagani has there stood forth among the virtuosi, such an individuality as Paderewski. And the West is indeed delighted to hear Rivalry Between Colleges Keen [ o Produce The Most Entertaining Number Staging their greatest fall-Univer--ity and all-Senior event of the year, the class of lt*23 will present the -enior Road Show three weeks lrom his personal manager, Mr. Fitz- • onh:i,t m Mnvard Auditorium. For gerald, says that the piaiv'st’s long months pa.-t Kimer Klamroth, man respite from public appearances ,.ger of the show, has been working has put a new fervor into his play-.. get all The colleges oi i . s. c. ade ing and interpretations. quatelv represented, and he has ac- IN A NEW ROLE compiished his purpose. Dentistry, During the war, however, a new Law. Oratory, commerce. Music and Paderewski was discovered and Pharmacy .:re all to have a big . hare placed in a new role—that of Po-in ihe production, according to Klam land’s able pilot of her Ship of oi ii, who promises one of the most State. As first premier of the little effective presentations ever staged in republic and around the council ih«* big new auditorium. tables at Versailles, he fought his The Road show is a tradition of country’s battles and brought her long landing on the campus. and has through the war with a new-born -enerally been the one successful hope for her progress, student \aude.iiie event in the ealeu- Conversing or merely watching dar year, with the coming of the Paderewski, one remembers, *too, campus Frolics” the Road Show di- that a genius may yet have a per vides this honor, though the shows sonality, may yet be a man. The • re of quite a differem nature. Clark pianist-statesman talks quietly, Marshall, in 1920. s.-t the present high out with decision, and in a musical, standard for the production, which natiral tone of voice. His eves are alive and bright. indicating menial keenness, his luiir is slightly gray, and his face a little drawn from liis experiences ilie last few vears. His step is 1 iullit and quick. ATTENDS MOVIES When visiting Paso Robles and his two almond ranches near there, (CONTINUED ON PAC.E t) />^AAAA^^AAAA^VNAAAA/WVV\(VVWVAA^ TODAY’S PROGRAM Pre PRESS CLUB MEETS TO PLAN INITIATION All Pledges Are Required To Be Present at Friday Neon was ihat year put on the Manual Art: (CONTINUED ON* I'ACR 8CVARD-JACKJ1AN WEDDING DAY TO BE MARCH SIXTH Pre - nuptial Festivities Joyous; Honeymoon To Santa Barbara and Del Coronado In an exclusive interview with the Trojan, Major Warren Bradley Bovard. comptroller of the University and son of Dr. George F. Bovard. president emeritus, announced yesterday that he had canceled all other engagements for the evening of March (> and would, without failure, be present at his wedding to Miss Bernine Jackman, vice-president of the Associated Stu- press ^iuij jn Room if, of the Journal- ident Rufus B. von Klein-Smid. Presiding. Academic Procession ........ ...............Trustees and Faculties of the University Alma Mater Invocation ................... .......Dr. Ralph T. Flewelling Presentation of Flags to the University by the Native Sons of the Golden West... .......Grand Trustee of the Native Sons Hillard E. Welch Acceptance of Flags for the University................. .....President von KieinSmid Solo... . Madame Tamakie Miura a. Chanson des Cigales..... ................Massenet (Aria from “Madam Chrysanthemum’} b. Kuruka Kurukato (Expect- ing Sweetheart> c. Japanese Selections dedi- cated to Madame Miura 1. Samurai (A Japanese Knight) .Alda Franchetti 2. Dille tu Rosa (sung in Italian). Alda Franchetti (Maestro Alda Franchetti, Accompanist) Conferring Degree of Doctor of Laws upon Ignace Jan Paderewski Solo..........Miss Alice Gentle “Pleurez, Plettrez tnes youx” C‘Le ('id")..........Massenet (Miss Elsa Deremeaux, Accompanist ) America CAMPAIGN PLANS ARE DISCUSSED Army of Four Hundred Workers Is Organized for Student Drive MR. CLYMER IS CHAIRMAN Banquet is Announced For 1 ue. -day Night at the Clile Preparations for the strident campaign were continued vester-day neon at a meeting of the campaign captains he’d at. Hill’s restaurant. Captains from the various classss were present to receive directions and their equip ment. Mr. Clymer, chahman of the public campaign, addressed WILDCATS TANGLE WITH TROJANS IN PAVILION Tonight nt eight o’clock in the S. C. Pavilion Les Turner s basket fingers mix wili* the University of Arizona Wildcats in the first of a two-game series. The -eeend fracas v.ill take place tomorrow evening n the local pavilion. Over at the lair of thc Wildest they are developing a big desire -o down the Troians or- ,he athletic field, and *,her: a squad rom Arizona travels this wav it conies with the serious intention of carry -ng the Trojan scaln oack to the plains with it. Last season the Wildcats proved considerable of a surprise package to tiie Trojan hoopsters, talking two oui cf the four games that were played. This season the invaders are eager to better their last year’s record, and Turner's men are sure to find tough going in the tiits with the Arizonians. WHITE HAS FLU With Captain Kenney White sick in bed with tht fin. and Tona the captains on the plans for th? 1 Wayahan sliil amcng the mis-ing ■student campaign, which begins Wednesday of next week. According lo present plans. S.C. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE IS ASSURED President Rufus von K.leinSmid Announces ^ ork Will Begin Next September tour chape! rallies, res.iii . of the cam announced. 11 is each captain re tin amount Ins workers there will Ik at which tit* paign will i planned to hav port at chape money secured since the previous chapel. The figures will be recorded on a gigantic score hoard. Tims the work of every captain ami his workers will he carefnllv checked. | Pythian hoI<ltmr tin SPECIAL CHAPELS The regular Tticsdav and Thursday chapel hours of next week will lit* given over to the Campaign. There will also 1 e special meetings on Wednesday and Friday at twelve o'clock. Special speakers and novel stunts are promised for every eh; pel meeting. Dr. von KieinSmid will ad- from the Trojan fold this semester, NF.W COLLEGE CLASS ‘ A litjan chains for victory ovy R<^,,alion \V7n Dr limited; acidtv Being Organized and Derm Appointed the invaders aren't any too bright. A team minus its captain and regular forwards isn't the smoothest functioning- machine in the world, n.. R v, von KieinSmid. pre-idem but there is one thing certain: the or 'he University. ma^es first definite d I Trojan aggregation won’t be going ! announcement concerning the esiab- into the game minus the old fight-, iishin ing spirit. They always carry that •-with them. (Jordon Campbell will play one forward position, with Hayden rail on the e depended tattle onto a baske oi her. < ampbell can upon to put up a great time lie st» •VtTV bail »NT I NU Ml IWOI of a College of Medicine at lT. S. (' The school work will begin in Seplem’*r w ith the opening of the nf-' > schot 1 year U. S. C. College of Medicine will be of the first class, or Class A. the hieh-est type of medicine -chool in the United States, and will conform to • he highest specification laid down by of ihe country. (CONTINUED ON PACF. 2) AT COL. OF MUSIC Plans for the initiation of new mem bers will be discussed and pins will be distributed to those old members who have paid for pins and not received them, at the meeting of the Musty Would Become Trojan Staff Writer Dear Ed The Troian Unity, S. Cal. ! have got rushed and been pledeged to ihe Sigma Omega Lamdas and they have told me that 1 have got to go out for some Campus Activities so 1 am writing you in favor of letting me get on the Trojan staff like my contemp-tar.v Willie live. I also want io put you wise Kd. that this bird Willie Live ain't so much as he is « racked up to he. Maybe you herd that he got a letter for danc ing but I found out from Hittie that it was from Miss Biles. That car “Nightmare" which lie thinks is so fast dont hold nothin to my ford pill box which will make S2'4 m.ph. It usta only make 23 but I had some Packard glands put in it and now it does the above. Besides look what Barney done with one spark plug and 1 have four. Some prefers a ('ole S but I like a warm 4 Hittie told me that when she went to a ft. ball gam* with Willie that he acted like a pig 1 told her that was because he sat in the rooting section. I'm good like that Ed MISSED THE POINT Me ami Hitties is still going together but she is somewhat mad at me. We was going to a show and she wanted to go see Carmen so I told her that we could go to the conductors and mo tormans ball We finally compromised and went to the Glendale or Burbank or some show downtown. 1 was sure embarrassed Ed., taking Hittie to a show like that. She had to explain nearly all the jokes to me. 1 has moved into the S. O. L house \CONTINUED ON I.AST PAOE) dent Body. Invitations were sent out last week by Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Wayne Jackman. parents of the bride-to-be. The wedding, which will be a large and elaborate oue, is to take place on Tuesday evening, March the sixth, in the University Methodist Church. Invitations have been extended to all members of the faculty and to members of many campus organizations. Attending the bride will be her cousin. Miss Claire Reynolds of San Francisco, as maid of honor: Mrs. Marie Henry, matron of honor; Ma-ian Gatlev. Gladys Stone. Cora Mc-'orkle. Adah KieinSmid. Georgia Ben-nethum and Elta Kirley as bridesmaids. Names of the groom's men have not been given out by Major Bovard, but they are known to include Prof. Harold Stonier. Allan Archer. Fred Kelley. Gwynn Wilson and Gordon Campbell. Minds of those members of the Associated Student Body, who feared that the marriage of Miss Jackman would cost them their vice-president were set at rest yesterday, when Berdine announced that although she has not vet enrolled at I . S. C. this semester. he expects to do so immediately following her return from her honeymoon. which will be spent at Santa Barbara and Del Coronado. Included in the pre-nuptial festivi ties in honor of Miss Jackman and Mr. Bovard. are a dinner and box party at the opera given last evening by President and Mrs. von KieinSmid. a linen shower at the home of Miss Georgia Bennethum. a hride-tea at the Wilshire Country Club, a bridge party at the . home of Mr. and Mrs. Chales Warren Sw iggett, sister and brother in law of the groom. ism building Friday noon President “Okey” King of the club urges all members to be present, and insists that all new members attend this meeting. Along with the discussion of initia tion plans will be made for a party at which the initiation will take place. The nature or location of this party is not yet divulged, but those in attendance at the meeting Friday will be let in on the secret, according to the committee in charge. THROW A PARTY New members will be given their pins on initiation. They will also be given an opportunity to arrange for '• , the customary entertainment of the old members at “some sort of party.” Another election to Press Club membership will be held in the middle of May. Eligibility for membership will be through the successful completion Music Students Pirn Elaborate FEMININE GENDER | Progr7j£aX“ WAMP APPEARS Singular Number of Wampus To Boast of Daring and Illuminating Pictures “The Feminine Gender” a most singular—number of W a 111 p u s is scheduled to make its appearance on the campus next Thursday. It is rumored that the Kitty has given full play to its “feline-ish.” not to say catty, instincts, and will lay bare to the world the soul of the co-ed; heartlessly and with out mercy revealing her inner-most secrets ot charm and intrigue—aye, and even her beauty. CATTY INSTINCTS No more will the poor innocent male become helplessly and hopelessly entangled in the meshes of the siren's fascination. He will know how protect himself, for Wampus will supply him with a complete list of “Don’ts and Beware Ofs,” including all apparent symptoms. REVELATIONS OF TROJAN-ETTE Word is also whispered about Pussv Purr Meow-'s sanctum that everv page of one semester’s work on the Trojan. w,n boast pictures and cartoons that portray with hearbreaking and lifelike precision the most intimate scenes in the life of the “Trojan-ette." By most daring anil hazardous means, a member of the staff came Due to an omission the names of Ross B. Wills and William C. Thomas, sport writers, were not in the list of new Press Club members that appeared in Tuesday’s Trojan. These boys are both fully accredited Press Club members, according to “Okey.” COMMERCE DANCE TO BE INFORMAL EL RODEO NOTICE George Boeck, president of the Commerce Club, urges all men to make their dates immediately for the Commerce dance, which will be staged on Friday night, March 2. at the Maryland Hotel in Pasadena. The affair will be informal. Walter Sykes, social chairman of the Commerce Club, states that ihe i tickets will go fast when the list of the j distinguished persons w ho will act as patrons and patronesses is published in next Tuesday’s Trojan. ATTENTION, GIRLS! All seniors should place their rec ords in El Rodeo box in Mr. lluse's office or bring them to El Rodeo office Attention is called to the fact that (Journalism building), or hand them twelve pictures of Al Tachet were sent to Art Metcalfe. This must.be done to El Rodeo by the Witzel studio. Al immediately as they will be sent to is unable to account for the fiftod of the printer next week art on his profile. into possession of a wealth of interesting and illuminating information concerning the valuable and closely guarded beauty secrets—including full address of manufacturer—of some of the most prominent beauties on the campus. LAWS OF LIBEL INVESTIGATED However, the Wampus management will thoroughly investigate the laws of libel before proceeding further. Editor Al Wesson declares that the Feminine Gender number of Wampus will be the biggest and best edition of the humorous magazine yet; adding with due earnestness and sincerity that it will be full of wonderful otuff, even if he has to write from now ’til Wednesday night himself. Starting today and continuing through Saturday, the College of Music is presenting its first annual “Homecoming Celebration.” Individual letters have been sent out to the alumni, inviting them to be present at all programs of the three-day celebration, and to attend the buffet luncheon which is being held in studio eleven at one o’clock today in honor of the visiting guests. Talks, recitals and exhibits will feature the celebration. Today’s program is as follows: PROGRAM 10 to 12—Studio eleven. College of Music—“Bird’s-eye View of Musical New York” Miss Backstrand. 12:10—Annex. Weekly Recital of the. College o f Music Dean Skeele presiding. 1:00—Studio eleven. Buffc. luncheon in honor of visiting guests. (By invitation. t 2:;’,0—Studio eleven. “Modern Trend of Piano Study” Miss Trowbridge. S: 00 Chapel of the University. Recital—Ivy Goade. pianist: Elizabeth Mottren. soprano; Leona Doyle, accom panist. Friday's Program 10:00 Bovard Auditorium. Explana ion of the New Organ—Dean Skeele. :00—Chapel of the University. Student Recital. 8:00 Parlors of the University. Art Exhibit. Invitation through the courtesy of the Art Department. Saturday’s Program 10:00 — Annex. Demonstration ot Children’s Class Work. 11:00—Piano Recital. Mariam Roo ser Ronkin (age ten years). 3 until 5—College of Music. Musical and Tea. Goests of honor—President and Mrs. Von KieinSmid. Dean and Mrs. Skeele. 8:lij Philharmonic Auditorium. BAND MEMBER FROLIC the Medical frateriiity it is reported. President von KieinSmid states that the work will be carried on through laboratories to be erected on the College campus as well as the clinics to be established in the down town section of the city and through a hospital to be established in connection with [ the work of the new college. It is understood that the members of the Board of Trustees and the Presi-lent are now selecting the personnel Plans for the Junior Joliy Up. which ! 0j T^ie faculty ror ’lie ( ollege. The is to be held next Saturday night at j dean is expected to be announced in the Knights of Columbus Hall, have, a few days. all been completed and all that is R is the plan to admit only twentv-necessary is a more enthusiastic sup- five students trom other states anti port on the part of the student body, i from other medical colleges whose JUNIOR JOLLY-UP YEAR’S FIRST HOP ON SATURDAY EVE Informal Affair To Bring Out All “Ped Exercisers” of Trojan University according to Jerry Moreland, presi dent of the class. McCluskv’s orchestra is to be the syncopation source of the evening, and are expected io live up to its enviable reputation for gloom dispelling, t The entire absence of formality will lend to the hilarity of the Jolly Up, and it is guaranteed to be uniquely different from anything the junior class has yet attempted. Tickets are on sale at booths in front of the Administration Building and in the College of Commerce. applications are now on tile at the University in the new U. S. C. Medical College. For the first year the legislation will be limited and only fifty students from I^>s Angeles and vicinity wil! be selected from the seventy-five students now enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts as Pre-medicals, who studying special courses of two years preparatory to studying medicine. College of Medicine will require two years of Pre-medical studies or a general college education with special While it will be possible to buy them preparation for medical studies. Four until Saturday, it is very much better to get them right away, so that those in charge may plan accordingly. Prof Harley will be official chaperone. NOTICE I There is to be a meeting of all active sludents who are in the Forum in the "Y" Hut next Thursday at t>:co. MEETING POSTPONED Meeting of Torch and Tassel is post poned until Wednesday, Feb. 28. year course of professional studies followed by an internship of one year will be required for tlie degree of Doctor of Medicine. PRE-LEGALS MEET All Pre Legal students are urged to attend a social meeting of the club at the home of Dr. Bogardus. 1107 West Forty-first street. Thursday evening. February 22. at 7:30. Every “pre-legalite” is invited whether a member of the club or not Bandsmen will meet in full uniform and with instruments today at 10:45 in front of the Administration Building. Laying aside their instruments toi the evening in favor of party attire, the members of the U. S. C. band will make merry at Payne’s on the evening of March 3. Chet Beard's orchestra will furnish the music* for the evening and the band will have as their guests mem-1 Cromwell’s Prodigies To Perform Friday Afternoon One of the biggest track treats of the season will be handed Trojan fans tomorrow afternoon when the B. V. D. artists of the University compete in the annual inter-class track meet. Some of the brightest luminaries of the Trojan cinder path world will compete in the various events, and competition between the classes be fast and furious. From a preliminary survey of the field it looks like the meet will b*» a battle royal between the fresh.u ui and sophomore classes. The sophs will have such stars as Otto Anderson, hurdler, broad jumper and sprinter premier; Yale Martz, sensational 220 and 440 man; Aden Hughes, 440 artist; Oliver Cory, record holding high jumper, and other luminaries of thc bers of a number of high school bands, i Only band members and their guests j will be privileged to attend the affair. ; king of the weight men. will gather ln some points for the first year men. while Eddie Shaw, last year’s inter-scholastic 44't and high jump champion. will give Martz and Cory a merry battle for laurels. These men are but a few of the headliners who will grace the lanes should I tomorrow afternoon, and in addition ! to the known stars of the game. Coach Cromwell expects to uncover a flock of new talent. All men who have even a remote idea that they can emulate Spark Plug on the ttack or perform in the field events are urg^d to come out and try to cop a few points tor their class as well as show the coaching staff what they can do. Dean Cromwell has a national reputation for developing champions from ; new material, so aspirants for track HOUSER TO PERFORM [fame are urged to step forth and b« Bud Houser, and Fay Thomas, the discovered. Cromwell will do the rest. ; first rank.
|Title||The Southern California Trojan, Vol. 14, No. 58, February 22, 1923|
|Description||The Southern California Trojan, Vol. 14, No. 58, February 22, 1923.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
On the Lookout
Wildcats Dangerous Interclass Meet El Rodeo Sales Lagging Captains Work
STUDENT TICKETS are good for the basketball games with Arizona tonight and tomorrow night. Both games are expected to be exceptionally difficult for the Wildcats are reported to I have a good team.
Everyone knows the lighting ability of the Anromans. They p ayed the ■football squad rere last fall ?nd put up a fight that was r-markab’e.
Student Drive To Commence Soon
Sale of Annual Closes This Week
Les Angeles, California, Thursday, February 22, 1923
WILDCATS MIGHT pro:-' d. rigorous fu*-* on the ba k *Tiia!! floor. The Trojans will need all ihe support they «an eei. Several members of ih- ieani .‘r*- injured. Kenneth While is ill will ’li*1 influenza; Charley I’ou« has j.ist rwov. *red from a broken ankle; Swede Xnderson’s knee is both' ring him. whil* Tony Wayahan iia - not yet return"!1. io the t inv"rsity th’s seal* - ‘-r.
All in all. *i:< sn tho Trojan students must uo oui to support their i«-am After piittii.g a series til lour games w ith «’alili.i >:ia. ilu* U. S c institution cannot afford to hav** the Wildcats ta k- i he honors aw ay.
INTERCLASS TRACK CONTEST wil! be held Friday. Much good material should be uncovered in the meet, and good time, cons dering that all letter men wili not be allowed to compete. is expected.
r. S. C. lias numerous sprinters