The Southern California Trojan, Vol. 14, No. 47, January 16, 1923
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r On the ; | Lookout 1 Get Pictures t aken Stanford Get* Uueti Football Receipth Build New Qubi lefif Newspaper Day Speakers of Prominence TODAY IS THE LAST opportunity students have of getting tnis year's El Rodeo pictures taken cn the campus. Tomorrow the local photographers will close shops and move downtown, where a few more pictures will be made, but the limitations will prevent an extended chance to get delinquent students' pictures in the annual. 1 n V ho hat <■ not had th« ii pi< nil*" talon t. ill find tlK- room ruhr<! j iotia\. bur th* \ ate urg.-d 10 tr\ 10 | havf iL'ir 1 iI*• 11«• r 1 ;*}'«-n before rite. is movf<|. ’lit*- ittJio was pm on thi' < ;iinfill for ihe «-oiivr-niofH e of T hr students. STANFORD PAPER, tie- tiaih Palo | Alio. carrie an editorial < fit it!«‘<t “A ! Good L:iupli." <in tli** proposition of! Joe Pippal. Occidental mentor of toot-j hall, who arranged to haw Stanford! |iui on the loot hull schedule. because. I lie said. "U. S. C ha-- grown too) siroi.n’’ Appar* nt ly the <)>.\ coach has tor j gotten that Stanford. California, ami I P S form ih* "t.i■_* ihr 1 " eoii.hma lion of i ti • * Si: i< of California. 11. m ' \\ i hill;’ him all th«' s!H-<-<-:s iti t*. World. P<rl.ap- h< Tli.. \ Le ;Jil« tc, IL; 1 < t,. 1I* r f tiow.ib^* I: :*aif:-1 lh< Palo A It oat; tfiar; hr ,|j.l again:-f th. Trojans. hut itn.ro acquainted vOth th. itn.it..n ha\< to Liil.r th< ir tn .,«1 if* <io<iLt ; f n Only Fifteen Days Till Final Exams } — - Basket Ball Team In Action Tonight VoL XIV Los Angeles, California, 1 uesday, January 16, 1923 No. 47 "POLITICAL POT BOILS ON CAMPUS Llertions lor CJlass Officeis to F.c I leld I hursd.iy All Day “BOSSES” AT WORK \ otin- for Officers to He Oone At Place ol Meeting; Last W eek “GREAT DIVIDE” WILL BE SHOWN IN BOVARD AUD. THURSDAY NIGHT Positively the only showing in Los Angeles this season will be the performance ol ‘ Tlie Great Divide" iri Bovard Auditorium, Thursday night at 8:15. According to S. D. Seamans, the advance ticket sale is going over oil;, and while most ol the best seats in the house have already been sold, there are still a lew good one* left. Political pot iv boiling. Campus gos j siii lia* Kept tin* coming class elections ; i■ j*ivniO't in tfi«■ minds of students. ! Political managers of th*-* candidates I have continued 1o siir ihe s.-^thin? J .-1ml*“tit opinion hy tiery talks in i1n* | corridors of th< building.-. A11ogether. i tht )(oliti<al question is at a hivh l»i’«-!: hi interest preparatory to tho <1< < tions ; r.« .\t Thurrday. Lbctioti w iii h. Ill ail lia v '1 hur ■ t da.«. 'tmJ'-tii loiiug in the pla<-* : fit.* ftti4 rui.i-tifi?- v..r*- le Id last '! four-iia\. i \r. ptin;' th* junior . la s ; »> t:ii'ti a illvot« at tho omb thief v.ir. 1«.v, of P.oVatd 1 '.all. MACHINES ROLL Political machines have r-tari. A on | their steam roll in;' journeys. F‘ra< j tica.ll> every candidate i^ hacked b> a manafo r, otanv of whom form a part I nf several larjro political t>odi« s. Hay alter day new students are lining u;j In ihe ranks of ono of thi si* machines. Handshaking is in vogue this week. Students are daily discovering that they are becoming better acquainted with the candidates ii speaking saliv ‘ taiions can he taken as a m< ans of ; making a - tatfm* :it. The workings of ‘th-* political machines, however, ar. tclothed in si creey, the student “bosses" of the machines, tutoring their lien RECEIPTS PROM FOOTBALL tenants in ihe coming campaign, and games this year astonish the -indent j conversing in low tones with those who graduated from i . S. C. two or | students who have not taken active litre* years ago. The total looks like a sworn statement of the P. S. treasury department alongside of what the Ti’ojans used to take in during the course of a season. The surplus money will be expended m building new quarters for the Trojan athletes, giving them' some sem- ! blance of housing in proportion to their prominence in the sport field. | Another feature of the new building program is the proposed “Book Store” Structure, which would probably be ) under the jurisdiction of the new of- \ bee of director of student activities for which Gwynn Wilson's name has ; been presented. ' Today is the last day that the pho »*m*a<mwvw^a<wwi<w>vww»^w>» tographer will lie on the campus taking Kl Kodeo pictures, so all delinquents SECOND ANNUAL NEWSPAPER DAV. which is held with the joint co operation cf the Journalism depart ment, tbe Trojan staff and the Press Club, will be tic I d Thursday at U.S.C Speakers cf prominence who have built up strong s-mall dailies in Southern California, will be speakers. They will give all angles of news writing, from the editorial writing, news gathering, features, advertising, managing, to tbe office boy and the mechanics of type. These conventions offer an opportunity for the journalism student to get an inside view of the modern newsp^pefs. and to benefit by others’ j experience. PRAISE IS GIVEN LEO AND COACH 1 acuity of University Expresses Supreme Satisfaction Over Result ol Season GREATEST “CAP” OF AI L Hoopsters Tangle With Crack Club Five Tonight Coach Turner's five basketeer* get their lirst leal tc t tonight when they swing ir.to action against the last Los Ar.geles Athletic Club five. When the Trojans measure up ;:gainst the Clubmen this evening they are taking unto themselves one m:in ‘‘izod risk, as irofii •ill accounts the L. A. A. C. outfit stacks up as one of the hesrt basket tcssing quintel:' on the Pacific Coast. In breaking even with the’ V ill .IV (> lust, i tutor c;n Si air ( , i t Shower 'jn I earn Pmiualificd approval of the Trojan football varsity, its captain, eoacii and ai!. was expresst d Iasi week ai the monthly meeting of tm- faculty u* tn. fniviMsily of South* ni California. A copy of resolutions wa.. draw’, i m I adopted, copies he in.2 sent in '’o.ieh Hemlr.rson, Cafitain la o Calland and (he editor of the Trajan. RESOLUTIONS CIVEN \ copy (,f th. re oluiion- folio., s: The faeiilty of th.- lniv< 'ouih- ru California, in ir? s.■ epi|j|e(t on Tie d desire: lo place b.-itl^ - npi efm 1^ result of If. I'ooth •I ing ■ > • ord a ‘.viih the plaved a! Ii:.y. v. I.* fell t e<| (hi Vi it v nt IlioHI I. I \ t.V .la til. it If on .a i li. .1 ill •/am> .vf Four members of the cast for ‘The Great Divide,” which wi by “Lance and Lute” in Bovard Auditorium. Thuisday evening. From left to right the players are: Ruth Seaver, C. Ray Knoll, Mildred Vorhees, and Crant Kuhns. r*a:';idl-fia oh «i w ^ n tin* university leant de team oi P> nn > Ivania Stat ■ ('ollegf by a score ol lourieen to three i (> have been chosen by the Paeifii Coast Conference, in our first year ol i member ■-•hip in that body, to sustain be given tlie honor of ihe West is in it sell no At hen.1: Club i: v * from Oakland last Wceii. tne Jj. A. A. o ciiSaLi. ott.seis sho.vtd a brand oi ba::'<t. L ball that is superior to anything .hat has been exhibited m thc Tioina pavilion jret this season. Befoie coming South to meet the Los Angeles clubmen the Athens luintet had defeated the Oregon Aggies, rated as one of the strongest college outfits in the North-vest. The showing made by Tur ner’s proteges against tlie Athletic Club should therefore, give an Interesting line on how the Yrojitr* hoofisl er> up >\ it h I lie eol |e'_»'e O.Mliis 10 I lie Xofill MANY CLUB STARS S'JIta TO FORGET DIGNITY AT ‘INFORMAL HOP Ticket Saie W?!? Be Open to Rest * of the S;hoo! Tomorrow, Report Seniors Plan-' are complete for the -cnior dance, fo 1. h hi next Saturday »-\«*n-iru; ar Pa>.':> s Daticin;' Acaiierny. A f. i ll i< ..I,. '.!. i.own-y f • .111111tie Th. i !.< III. I.-. >how ed I heir bo: ! III. ’. . f lo t ■ II sides in the campaign. » PRESIDENTIAL RACE The seniors have centered their en tire interest on the race for the ]ire>i iOOXTINI'KI* < .x i'A<;t; ‘j.i CAMPUS STUDIO LEAVES TODAY: RUSH EXPECTED Annual Poorly Supported; No Extra Copies Are to Be Available Lance and Lute received a will be attract severe shock the other day, and lorium when feared for the moment that “The tit am is real! Great Divide” would have to go ;|*,C;llt unproduced within the walls cf U. S. C. Grant Kuhns, who plny.-j one of the leading roles, announced that lie had a date fm* Thursday night and wasn't sure that he could break it. After a long' period of suspense, “she finally gave in and consented to letiing hint go on. “She *( ?) says that her greal sacrifice w ill be rewarded in thc vast audience that 11 to l.ovard A in I i- people I tea r I liai going to appear. M iss .Mildred \ oorltecs. ilireelor and leading lady all in one. an nouncfs that day by day rehearsals an* growing “ hopefullor and liopefuller. and by Thursday night the cast will be in “tip top shape-- for the big performance. “The (ireat Hivide." a drama of the great wild west, is a thriller in every sense of the word, brim full of romance and adventure, and guaranteed to appeal to all. Second Annual Newspaper Day Conference Thursday Bill Loses Girl; S. C. Loses Star Basketball Man Once a year the journalism department comes to the foreground and takes control of the University campus. The news writers will must line up iu the Journal p.uiiding r^ign supreme again next Thursday, which will be Newspaper Day. at ouce and get “shot.” After this the On this occasion the Press Club will be host to a gathering of high ! pictures w ill be taken at the down school editors and professional journalists from all over Southern •town studio on South Hill street, and California. Recognizing the educational lhar Polks: He done it. This here gink "Musty" Sutter has stole my girl and llittie have gaven me the cool shoulder blade. Vou may not inspect it but it makes me sad Hittie was a dear girl. 1 guess that’s why she got a guy with plenty of money. I hope he ain’t got no more brains than me. 1 called up her house Tt i. evening and her room mate says “llitiie are gone cab riding with Mistah Suffah.-’ and 1 says “Oh slap uie tub slee-up, you dawnt told me so? Aud who might you was?” Her name was Minnie but since this Musty started being worked by Hittie she has took on fine airs, as she said “I’m Minerva.” 1 says “Minerva what .' Minerva S. BreakdownShe was too igmorunt to catch that. Anyhow I called Hittie up agin Sat. a. m. tame mortum for my hopes) but she says she have a engagement with Suffer She used to have just dates with me. BUBBLE-LOVE Oh. well, 1 gu^ss I can live tlirou^Ii it I have wrote a poem in remem boration of our busting. Here are it: Oh Hittie’s gone, that sweet young soul. I ne’er shall saw her more She have certainly went through my bank roll. P.ut now that I ain't got no more' money than a jackrabbit, she have decide to leave me flat and go with this Musty Suffer and in dolug 6o have, tbtew me down upon the—floor. I had too mueh to say to get it all in a r< gular line iu oue last line but any i ^ way you will tjnd the rime is there I ( More aud floor'. Sweet poem eh ma? | 1 dou't mean maybe I >aid that “I i don’t mean maybe" the other day to ! iiViNTIVT'KT* <>\ 1 VST l\\OE> there for a brief time only. No indi _ _ \ idaal pictures w ill be made by Witzel worth of Newspaper Day, the Uni- during the second si mi ster, as all the versity is excusing active “Tro- prints must be mounted and in the jan staff members from classes hands of the engravers by this time, next Thursday. The University according to announcement of Arnold also will be host to the visiting l 'dd>. business manager of Kl ltodeo. journalists. Preparations for a 1922 football season of $51,543.66. Many students have held proofs out banquet at noon ill the University • Together with the fact that the Tro more than three days, and it is abso pari01S, given under the dUSpli.Co j^ns played before approximately 150, lately necessary that these be returned ot the University, are undei way. spectators.’’ remarked Gwynn Wil Dr. von KleinSmid will address Trojans Make Huge I Profit on Season > U. S. C. made a net profit on her 1 he I. .\ with Ihe i*;i!! -e. I • ■ uniform they wen* sport ur* fast r> thev ha ve -...(no ri al comers on I hat I . j -apt.ul [hat are •»oui,j' n* be hard to stop. 1 the William Johnson, for ward, proved hints! !f a joy !:i!!>*r 10 the Oakland live, and is apt to cause some trouble for Turner’s proteges. Onley. center for the Clubmen, small compliment to the team, th* j measures about six feet six. and lias coach and the university, but to have 1 only to edge up alongside of a basket ■been so gloriously triumphant is a fact ; *o reach up and deposit ihe casaba in I that will go down in theawitils of the I ‘L I he \ih!< ti. Club ;;oopst**r< u > university as a source of pride and in 1 'he tour-mat- denm •* sy.-t* .a a mi io d: spiral ion to all future undergraduate. . niigai;. good a> that angle oi ti.e ga::ie. The faculty realizes that for i tiis sue *'|l- s,l'l*!d p k < w.-il and -how a I c.-ss the chief credit is dm- to Couch j 1 * ‘ \ 1 1 \• >.\ I. - 1 t \: 1.• i I'll mer Henderson, who for the past , ___ ! four years has devoted himself to the j FINAL DATE FOR j double task of developing a foot ha I t | ' leant able to meet all comers, am! of inculcating in his squad thc principles! | ot clean sportsmanship and sturdy : manhood. To Coach Henderson and liis stall’ of j able assistants, Messrs. Hunter. I less | land Herd, to Captain Leo Calland f (rightly dubbed by local newspaper j as ‘the noblest Trojan of them aII*> A; Iasi the WooifFn lloi j and fo every member of the varsity j proaches the P. S. C. camptt. | team, the faculty hereby presents its i long await, d literary pet oi il I congratulations and its thanks, and Club is officially -che.luied to with them pledges itself to the main | ii. xt Thursday. Assuring tli. itcname of the high traditions set up [jan" ihat the magazim- v. ill re j pear this inrte as announced, editors j of the Wooden Horse showed a ie-porter the printer’s proofs as com In J sive evidence yesterday. A glance at j Ihe proofs warrants the declaration j that the magazine will recompense I the patient waiting of the siudent j body. Two of the writers represented 1 • 1 1 lie Wooden llors. received 1 voani-j tion of their literary ability last >* ai | in Dr. Schmittkind’s "Fumn Poets ,>i 'America,” the American college an [thology of verse. These ;ue Norma I Miller and Mary Matlie on Xorina iCONTINUWD mN LAST I'MiR. “’I iti: is rwills ci I he Johnson. \ic< class. A limited number ore ar.' ot it a vs [.resident of the • bif Alii** F*nior th. of tickets left can secured Ly memMrs ot the class. ■ tickers will h- open to the rest of school on the 17th. .nnouricerrieitf \ HORSE IS GIVEN; COMESTHURSDAY Famous Creature Born of Quill Club to Make Delayed Appearance ' • '■■ ■• * d^ll _____ ! Tiie e (hull appe1. “Tn* illv a!>- lirst made that 11:1 dame wa- formal for ladies and intor.n.i! fi : th* m*-- . Miss .b hn. »n stale "The iii,... r float in j: around ti e ( :rnpn that women v. ill come lornial .itul men informal is without • loi.nd. The daiic-‘ i.^ to be informal to ..11 Mv»-r- ou.- may wear what they idease exc pt ophomor's. who are requested I’.ume." Mill Pot and ma’: e\ enr their overall- at r. president of the cla.-.s. r:io.- t . aticnil the dance the affair a real senior before the photographer leaves the uv, vun xvieiuoinm wm a«uxcss|son ycSte,day. “this marks the most campus. Attention is also called to the gathering of professional and i successful season, by far, in tiie entire ill. tact that there is no cap and gown Student journalists at t^e banquet, athletic history of this institution, at th** downtown studio so today marks INQUIRIES MADE ,.lt . the absolute deadline for senior pic Announcement some weeks ago lures. “The Kl ltodeo is not being sup ported at all in sales,” manager of the annual. most promising sign," he added, "that 1923 wilt be an even that Newspaper Day was about to j yreater year than the 0„e just past... appear on the U. S. C. calendar reports the brought inquiries from all over “Less than Southern ('alifornia. ProfessintuiJ half of the juniors, not near all of the newspaper men seemed only to 1 seniors, and very lew of the under | anxious to co-operate with con-classmen have reserved books; in fact, ference. The quality ot the work .S. ('. st udents un Prom the total net pro ti t will be so' j aside $2t*,S4:l.(ItJ to take care of all ex penses for the remainder of the year. One of the largest items of expense will be the trip of tlie track team to the I. C. A.-A. A. A. at Host011. There yet remain the complete scheduling of less than six hundred iu all have been periortlicd by sold, while it was expected that at out-of-town trips publishing least 1800 would be called for. Last dailies has created a favorable ini- j j11 1111,101 SP°''S- also, year money was refunded to over a pression <*f the I lliversity atnouu ^^1P surplus ot $21.7tm will be used huudred people because not enough the newspaper men ot Southern j financing the new training ciuaitei.- K1 Rodeos were ordered to supply the t alilornia. 1 he success ot th< big deniaud at the close of th** year, tirst Newspaper Day at I . S. C. The management is willing to order last year impressed the editors of as many books as reserved but cannot local high school and heads ol take a chance 011 any extra because of journalism departmeuts in a man the high cost of the covers and of tlie tier to warrant ill** enthusiastic printing. Covers will be-ordered very shortly from the east and the exact number wanted must be specified at the time the order is placed. “The annual calls for the support of the entire student body, and cannot be truly representative of U. S. C. unless better co-operation and support is not received in all departments of the work very soon." stated Arthur Metcalfe, ki Rodeo editor. TENNIS CLUB Tennis Club will meet in J. B. 4 Wednesday at 12 o’clock. continuation of the proposed annual conference at P. S. C. Indications are that Newspaper Hay will be a red-letter day in journalism affairs of Southern California. In the establishment of Newspaper Hay, U. S. C. is holding her own with such institutions as the University of Missouri, Columbia University aud the University of Oiegon. each of which celebrates auuually a journalism day w'uich ia second to uono of the other conferences held at th** University. Lowell K. lessen, editor of the (i'o\TI\Ti:[i os ; • I and book store, as announced by Wilson some days ago. “1 am certainly elated over the sue cess of the season," said Wilson, "bir I confidently expect 1112?. to far out strip the past year, not alone in thr customary victories but in spectators and general support.” It is quite generally believed that the Trojan victory over Penn State will add something of a “championship" luster to future contests en gaged in by U. S. C.. hence greatly augment the public support. by tin* team of 1922-2:!. I IL H. von KleinSmid. Preisdent. Hugh C Willett. Secretary. TROJAN MAN GETS TO FINALS; WINS TRYOUTS AT U.S.C. William Barber To Represent U. S. C. In Debate for Hamburger Cup William P.arh.-r, debating manager, won the P. S. C. preliminaries for the Hamburger cup last Friday, January 12. He will represent C. S. C. in the finals between the various colleges of Southern California. Prances Lucas placed second and Clifford Davis third. Professors Cams. Phillips, and Riggleman of the College of Commerce acted as judges in the preliminaries. The tinals are to lie held Friday evening, January It*, at the Kgan Auditorium. The judges will be: William M. Garland, of ihe Garland Real Estate Company; J. W Lewis, ot th*- Union Hank and Trust Company. Mayor George K. Cryer. Harry ( hand ler, of tbe "Times,'' and K. E. Miller of the Chamber of Commerce. The Colleges represented will b> University of Southrn California. Pni vrsity of Redlands, Whittier College. California Institute of Technology Occidental College, Pomona College and the University «>t California Branch. Each school vill enter tint speaker. //t>/// foin! Meeting (Iff Staff and l lirh Joint meetings of the “Trojan" staff and the Press Club will be held at 12 o’clock today, Tues day. in room 16. of the Journalism building. Important questions concerning Newspaper Day are to be discussed, as well as other items of immediate interest to memjers of both organizations, according to the editor and president, respectively. Every member of both organizations is urged to be present. Important special meetin!* of Torch and Tassel mem hers at Wed lies d.l\ in the \ W S. otlice PAULINE ASSOCIATION Track Dean Rejoices Over Future of S. C. Cinderpath With three interscholastic champions and a Hock of stellar performers from various high schools throughout the country gracing his rolls. Coach Dean Cromwell has an array of Frosh cinder path talent ,hat would make many a coach throughout the length and breadth of this land heave a rapturous sigh of delight. The only thing that is worrying the Dean any is the fact that February 9 rolls around in mighty short order, and cn that date his peagreen performers meet their^^“ irst test, taking 011 Los Angeles high on the high school lads’ field. The following Saturday, February 7, is the day of the A. A. U. re-ay carnival at Patterson field. )ccidental College, and Crom yell is anxious to have his first ye ar men show their wares to jcod advantage. CROMWELL HAPPY Kvcryt hinjr considered. lion *vcr. there’s no denyintr the fact that the Trojan mentor i> an opti-nist. I’.ut wh'-ii you easi your eve >ver the list of first year talent the boss of the Trojan track has The general subject w ill be. ' The Opportunities for the College Gradu-1 *<> with Hits season there s ale in Business.” and each speaker may discuss any phase he wishes. __. Tbe speeches will be limited All the students looking forward to J minutes each. ! the ministry as their vocatiou of life, Speakers will b*- judged <>n a i* r-are ached to meet in front of tbe Au oeutage basis, each judge having nex lluilding. 12:0.T sharp to have their1 , iip containing the names ‘ ru- ' h«*»*Pi«Mi. Pud ah . hold -ix hi-.it pictures taken. iCOy.'INL’ttf' "N LAST PAUKi io mystery about that optimism. Topping the list as a regular head j Mine performer on nny circuit comes Mud (Clarence! Houser, iuternation-! ally famous stroag man from Oxnard high, aud interscbola..iio shot and dis school world’s records in 111 * •is;ht and is to the weight heavers much what Charley Paddock is to the short distance speedsters. Hud hails from dental college, by the way. WILSON OF TEXAS Eddie Sbav*. from Monrovia comes next to the Oxnard phenomena as the bulwark of Cromwell's hopes for his Frosh squad. Eddie has the distinction of holding tic* intersi holastic championship in two events, th** 4t'». and high jump. The Monrovia marvel won his double crown last June in Chicago. copping the high jump cham-pi mship after salting away the title to tiie 44b event iu a gruelling rat*e. Earl Wilson from Dallas, Texas, completes Cromwell’s list of Frosh title holders. Wilson was Intercolle giaie broad jump champion in P*2L ALL OVER COUNTRY In the da.hes the yearlings have a top n.ech li.-t of st- ppers ill Hill Stoard. the Pasadena ph-U'Ui: 1>rt Starry, pride 01 Ingb wood: Carl Lowe. <>'•> >\T!\ ! t:i> ■ X P .1: :*
|Title||The Southern California Trojan, Vol. 14, No. 47, January 16, 1923|
|Description||The Southern California Trojan, Vol. 14, No. 47, January 16, 1923.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
r On the ;
| Lookout 1
Get Pictures t aken Stanford Get* Uueti Football Receipth Build New Qubi lefif Newspaper Day Speakers of Prominence
TODAY IS THE LAST opportunity students have of getting tnis year's El Rodeo pictures taken cn the campus. Tomorrow the local photographers will close shops and move downtown, where a few more pictures will be made, but the limitations will prevent an extended chance to get delinquent students' pictures in the annual.
1 n V ho hat <■ not had th« ii pi< nil*" talon t. ill find tlK- room ruhr.\ coach has tor j gotten that Stanford. California, ami
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