The Southern California Trojan, Vol. 14, No. 80, April 18, 1923
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f On the Lookout < i Strutting His Stuff t Ad Club Exhibit Senior Snaps Enter Two Teams Scholarship Reports STRUTTING HIS STUFF on the | local campus for the first time. Barney Google, of race fame, and his bashful steed, Sparky, will enter the ranks of Don Quixote's famous characters today. This Knight of the race track will parade round the campus early this morning. At noon he will trot forth with his quadruped pal and enter the Coffee Handicap down University avenue. The finish line will be the “Y” Hut. and the prize will awarded within the domicile of the triangle boys. ifctoutta Advertisers' Show Opens at Y. Hut J Vol. XIV Los Angeles, ^aliforaia^ Wednesday, April 18, 1923 No. 80 SPARK PLUG AND BARNEY ENTER RACE ^listah Google's 'Sweet Mama" Lxposes Ribs to Atmosphere and Sun Two Cardinal and Gold UTAH SQUAD Teams Enter A. A. U. Meet HUMBLED BY TROJAN MEN President Formally Opens Ad Exhibit at Noon Today AD CLUB MEMBERS have been working hard to get the booths arranged for the advertisers, and will be on hand to help in any way they can Colonel Pipp Mas Quarrel Over ENTRANTS ALL HUNGRY for the next two days. Fashion shows have received wide recognition from the women. The ex hibft will contain all the ingredients of a pood fashion show, both for men aud women, and will go further in showing the latest things in sport togs, furniture, engagement rings, pins, gas ranges, mules and spectators. * Go down, take your friends, and view the exhibit. It will be well worth your while. Nickle; Moves Up Stream: Competition Keen By ROSS B. WILLS The big track and field championship meet, held by the A. A. U. at Redlands next Saturday, promises to be the first hotly-contested A. A. U. affair held there in many years. It will be a battle of giants, because the leading schools all have record or near-record men in several of the events. Although U. S. C. is favored to score the greatest number of points, this meet will mark the * Trojans' supreme test this season. Coach Cromwell s men will have to go up against the best that such institutions as Occidental, Pomona and ihe L. A. A. C. offer, besides ;i host of others from various and Utonian Orators Did Good Platform Work, but Meet Waterloo By “BUGS'’ LANGLEY ‘ Is yo ready, Mr. Google?” “Yes, suh.” A shrill whistle rang cut from Southern California school the starter’s fish horn and the colleges. great race was on. V. S. C. will have two <T5st inet. This scene will be re-enacted and separate representatives at this noon when “Sparky” and this affair. The Varsity and tlie Barney Google are called to the Frosh will, each, go it on their own, post to oppose “Opal” and The not forming a combine as in former Colonel in the first annual years. S0000.00 Coffee Handicap. The two s. c. teams man, senior vice-president. Another course, as mapped OUt by official Trojan officials ruled to let them Snap will be held in the Armory to- surveyors, will consist of one lap compete separately, because they night, and she expects every senior SOUth on University Avenue, Start thought it was best for the develop- to go, and it doesn’t matter if there from a point opposite the Tro- °f the two teams. Frosh could are a great many stags, because the mail box and continuing to a greatly strengthen \ arsity’s chances affair is informal, and held under cir- pO’Ilt opposite the Y. M. C. A BOOK GIVEN AS A PR’IZE FOR SNAPS Editor Says Pictures of Iniimate Campus and Frolicking Students Turned In MAXWELL IS STAR resentatives of over a U. S. C. Forensic Artists Close prominent down town Debating Season With an Impressive Record Shortly before noon today a flash from the sport of kings will herald to the world the glad tidings that the first annual Advertiser s Exhibit cf U. S. C. is holding sway at the “Y” Hut. Promptly at 12 o’cloclc President von KieinSmid will formally open the exhibit with an address * to the assembled students and rep- Y QJ ^TS SENIOR SNAPS are growing in popularity, according to Violet Weiss- SPECIAL SNAP PAGES cumstances calculated to promote friendship. Miss Violet says that special music and entertainments hare been provided for the large number of seniors expected to attend tonight. ENTERING TWO TEAMS in the A. A. U. contests is a novelty for U. S. C. Heretofore the Varsity and Frosh squads have been merged to give the Trojan force a united front for the stiff competition the other colleges of the South have offered. In entering the Frosh squad separately, however, Dean Cromwell expects to build up an individual tradition around the peagreeners, and give them credit for what they accomplish. PHYSICAL CONDITION Although the course may seem somewhat short to followers of the turf sport they have to take into consideration the physical condition of both animals. A peanut butter sandwich and a box of home-made cigars will be given the horse reaching the Y. M. (\ A. office first. Dissent ion appeared in the camps of Mr. Google and The Colonel last night, and The Colonel moved his blankets out of the river bottom to a secluded corner in the city tin can dump. The argument arose over the money situation. The Colonel stated that Mr. Google had five To Run Separate Sections Dental, Law and Pharmacy, and Women for SCHOLARSHIP REPORTS were finally issued, after the Registrar’s office had worked on them for nearly two months and a half. Several significant changes were made in the list, with new members topping both the fraternity and the sorority rolls. But of more interest to the student body is the fact that it took the registrar’s office about seventy-five days to get the list published. Why two months and a half are necessary to get out the ratings is hard to understand; and in the meantime the organizations are pondering their position on the list. in the distances if they combined: however, the Frosh will have some very stiff competition in These events. Saturday afternoon is bound to be chock-full of feature thrills, individual events, however the meet turns out. The 100 yd. classfr is bound to be a leading feature. There will be Yale Martz, Otto Anderson and Bert Starry (frosh) for U. S. C., Cliff Argue, the demon Oxy sprinter, and Redman of the L. A. A. C., besides others of almost equal ability on the stretch. The time ought to be not less than 10 flat, with such competition. Because of the uncovering in recent years of so much high-class material in the Southland for the 440. this event will he keenly watched Saturday. The 440 seems to ha\>e only come into its cents in his pocket and wanted to own of late, but is receiving now al-use same for a hasty trip up town, most as much attention as the 100. Mr. Coogle said he didll't have On Saturday such men of steel as said silver, ami when he showed Findley, the Pomona star Frosh, The Colonel liis empty purse Johnson and Martz of U. S. C. Varsity, strings, tlie elderly horse owner and Ed Shaw of r. S. C. Frosh, and stated that he wouldn’t accept Spangler of Oxy will fight it out the hospitality of a pauper, and among ’em. Willie Speaks Good Word for \ Ad Men9sShow l>ear Folks: Hee. hee. ma. I just gotta laugh. 1 sure has a good one on old Hugo Home, one of my frat brothers. Hugo is majoring in electrocution over in the school of speech. Anyway, he hears so much about this race between Spark Google and Major Opal which the ad club is putting on at lT. S. C. that he starts out to go buggy riding. It is kinda chilly so he takes along some warmener in liquid form, lie drives a old buggy and away he goes. Well, me and Hittie and Mike Hollar and his girl Edith Eveder. was out getting some fresh air in ’’Nightmare,” my galloping stript Ford. It is stripped of almost everything but the engine and sometimes 1 think- that ain't what it oughta be. Anyhow, we decides to drive onto the race track at the speedway ahd see if my car can get up to 30 miles per on the two cylinders what wasn’t on a vacation that evening. IT’S A LONG LANE. ETC. Well, we likes to run over a horse and buggy. There we sees old Hugo Home in a state of conditions not becoming to Ippv Kak but more like a S. O. L. He was driving around and around the track. When he recog-nires us he 6houts out. “Hey. how the dickens do you get back to town on this road? I been driving along on this road for three hours and ain’t never saw a place to turn off." I been laughing ever since. Ge#. ma. I almost squeezed a strange woman to death in ihe post office the other day. She got caught in the revolving door and I pushed on it. I sure has the laugh on Hittie and her (CONTINUED ON LAST PAGF) (CONTINUED ON PACE 2> Seniors Solemnly Wend \\ vary M (ix to Chapel By Ruth Canary Yesterday the Seniors donned for the first time their newly acquired caps and gowns, added to that all thc dignity they could possibly muster up, and in solemn procession wended their way to their seats in chapel, while the organ pealed forth the stirring strains of a majestic march. From now un- HURDLE COMPETITION But tho races that the whole sports-wise south are looking to are the two hurdle events. Charley Daggs of Pomona and Otto Anderson of IT. S. C. are unquestionably the leading performers on the Pacific Coast in these events, and the shade of difference in the class of either is so small it cannot even be seen with a microscope. They will mix it Saturday, in company with a gang of other would-be hurdle heroes trailing at their heels. Per-1 haps the closest competition either will get is from that swell stepper, 1 Mi-xwell, Daggs’ team-mate. Otto stems to have Complimentary copy of the El Rodeo will he presented to Don Gillum for the ten best snapshots turned in for use in the annual, according to an announcement by Arthur Metcalfe, editor of the book. The award is made as the result of a contest which just closed to obtain intimate campus and frolic pictures of the students. “Mr. Gillum not only turned in the best, but the largest number of splendid pictures, almost all of which we were able to use,” said the editor in commenting upon the decision. “He deserves a great deal of credit for his work, both for his snaps and for his other pictures. A great many of our athletic pictures were taken by him, and some unusual views that we otherwise would no tliave been able to obtain. "There is, for instance, a picture of Charley Paddock, the U. S. C. speed king, in a race with Douglas Fairbanks and Charles Chaplin. We have some .other interesting pictures also that were given us by Gillum, and so there I is no doubt but that he deserves the hook. Several other good collections of snaps were turned in. however, among which that of Margaret Edgin should be mentioned. We were able to use many of the pictures that others . gave us, and because of the co-operation of these students the snapshot j pages should be very interesting to all of the students on the campus. “Of course, since Dental and Law are having their own special sections in the book they will have their own pages of snaps which ‘they have collected. In the main part we have in eluded a page of Pharmacy snaps, and the Women’s Athletic Association has a special page. Then there are pic-at the houses, on hikes Cardinal and Gold debaters. “Bill” j Barber and Roland Maxwell, uphold-I ing the affirmative side of the question, “Resolved, That the United States j - tiould adopt a Cabinet Parliamentary form of government,’’ defeated Wentz \ and Harter, negative debaters, to the | tune of a two-to-one decision, Wentz and Harter were sent with the highest • hopes from the Brigham Young Uni-: versity of Utah. This debate was the last of the season, and proved to be one of the best and hardest-fought verbal battles of the year. Roland Maxwell fought his la^t verbal conflict for tlie University of Southern California. The loss of this versatile debater, together with wright and Rrennan. will be heavily f*dt by the Trojan team r.ext year. Dr. Malcom acted as chairman. The judges were Judge Leslie R. Hewitt, .Judge of the Superior Court; Irving J. Mitchell of ?he Guaranty,Trust and Savings Bank, and Harry S. Harper, a well-known Los Angeles attorney. Wentz and Harter of Utah proved to be. exceptional debaters. They built up in their constructive speeches cases which seemed invincible to the audience of three hundred. Both men possessed good platform work, splendid delivery, well organized material, and score of business firms, who will offer the very latest of their wares. Over $50,000 worth of merchandise h.is been crowded into the “YM." and with the pleasant odor of sweet-scented flowers contributed by down town florists, ind the strains of various campus orchestras, will mingle Ihe aroma of delicious doughnuts and other confections from the firm of Jevne and other contributors. From the miniature reproduction of a gas plant, espe cially constructed by the Southern California Gas Company, and located on the outside of the “Y,” to the remotest corners of the building interesting and educational exhibits will greet the visitor. An additional incentive to the student’s review at the display will be the tempting food, which the exhibitors promise will be served gratis. Today’s exhibit is sponsored by the Advertising Club of C. S. C„ and is the culmination of the efforts of Norman McKay, president of this student body, Don Scott, K. E. Lewis and others to express to the advertisers in student body publications that the U. of S. C*. J j BEGIN FOR ROAD SHOW Acts for Senior Show Must Rehearsed With Director 1 lansen Soon WILLIE TO HEADLINE Be Author of Famous Letters to Appear in Act With Original "Musty Supher” is behind them and appreciates their patronage. The actual meeting of the famous Sparky and the fleet-footed Opal in the race which will precede the formal opening of the exhibit promises to lend a jovial air to the day’s events, displayed a high type of oratory, force- which the musicians will attempt to maintain throughout the day. John Flor, riding Sparky, guarantees a perfect interpretation of the well-known Barney Google. til the end o£ the vear this ceremony T™3 ,,av* ,he e(,Ke in the low;IurJ's ,a*en at. tUe hurdles wliilp nerliana imo and beach parties, beside a large nlim will be repeated at each Tuesday , nm(ues- *n,,e pernaps Daggs has the * . * (CONTINUED ON LAST P\GE) ber taken at random on the campus.’ chapel meeting. Seniors being hence- i , forth required to appear in caps and ! gowns in the auditorium. Following general announcements, | the meeting yesterday was given over to Bishop McConnell, who discussed j* the subject of “Social lamigalion.” His address, enlivened by various interesting experiences, stories, and anec- ! dotes, was at the same time both inspiring and entertaining. TROJANS STOLEN All the Trojans that were placed in their customary places yesterday were stolen. It was necessary for the Trojan management to have two thousand extra copies printed to replace those taken. According to those in charge of publications, this joke or misguided sense of humor would have proved expensive to the Trojan had it not been possible to have the extra copies printed. An edition of the Trojan costs about $125 and without circulation it would have been impossible to collect on the advertising carried. Thlis the theft of what may seem to be but a few hundred papers amounts to the loss of several hundred dollars, and should the miscreant's, for whom a search is being conducted, be located, there will be severe punishment meted out. NORMAN O. McKAY, Manager of Trojan. The He-Man Number” of Wampus to Expose Males Men of thc university, not to be outdone by the fairer sex, are to have a Wampus all their own, according to Al Wesson, editor-in-chief. The HE-Man Number,” which is scheduled to make its appearance on the campus tomorrow morning, is expected to rival “The FEMI-NINE-GENDER Number” in wit and novelty. The entire issue is devoted to a startling expose of the he-flappers and he-vamps of the university, * fillly submitting their points. Maxwell, leader of the team, realizing that the debate was to be his last lor the Sardinal and Gold, uncorked all the debating knowledge in his power. In the past. Maxwell has done excellent work for the Trojans, but in the presentation of his constructive speech and with a clear and convincing tone, put a climax on all of his debates. “Bill” Barber was one of the outstanding speakers of the evening. Barber is considered as one of the best forensic men on the coast, and held up his reputation well in last Monday's debate. “The debate of last Monday evening was one of the highest class. The LT. S. C. orators had a slight edge on the Utah men, but the debate proved to be no walkaway. Although the representatives of the Brigham Young University were splendid forensic artists. Maxwell and Barber should receive the most credit. All the speakers showed splendid knowledge of TENNIS MEN LEAVE FOR OJAI MATCHES To-dav Ed Berry and Joe Call, Trojan tennis demons, will set sail for Ojai, where they will compete in both the single and double matches. The tournament is scheduled to be run off from Thursday, the 19th, to Sunday, the 22nd. The meet at Ojai is the tennis classic of the west, and as such is always sure to excite a lot of interest. All the universities of !he west will be represented and some great net battles should result. In spite of the loss of Harold God-shal, the former Cardinal and Gold court satellite, the team has been going fine, and Berry, captain of the squad and playing as first man. has I nited States and English forms of been showing up especially well. He government,” states Dr. Malcom. j‘s looked to as a good bet in the Ojai “Resolved, That the United States matches. The way Joe Call has been Should Adopt a Cabinet-Parliamentary teaming with Berry in the doubles Form of Government,” was the subject makes this combination a tough one to Edgar Hansen, director of "Campus Frolics,” and who will also direct the next big theatrical attraction on the campus when the "Senior Road Show' goes on the boards in‘Bovard Auditorium. May 10. is a disappointed ai)d slighily peeved man. In last Thursday's "Trojan" Hansen sent out a call for all members of the “Senior Road Show” cast to see him in the “Trojan" office some day last week. Very few of them answered the summons, therefore the director's grouch. Hansen sends word that he will be in the “Trojan" office this week during the following hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 1 to S; Tuesday anti Thursday, 2 to 3. All members of the cast, and especially the members of the “Campus Frolics" chorus are asked by the director to look him up without fail, for he has some important information concern ing*the "Road Show.” Plans for the “Senior Road Show" are going forward in good shape, according to Hansen. But he says that members of the cast should now begin study for their parts. A decided feature of the “Road Show" will be an act starring Willie Live and Musty Supher. The scflpt for this part of the bill has been written by these two comic writers. This, combined with the personal appearance of the “Trojan’s” famous comedy men, is said by Mr. Hansen to form one of the big surprises of the entire show. "We expect the ‘Road Show’ for this year to set a new standard for theatrical excellence,” said Hansen today. “Our bill, in my opinion, will include (CONTINUED ON PAGE 2) of the debate. and includes much philosophical JJRQE PLATES BE discussion of their habits and nrom\7rr\ r* k oi \/ mode of living. , RESERVED EARLY TWO STORIES BY BILL FOR BIG BANQUET Featured in its pages are two stories by Willie Live, “The Story of thc Great Indoors,” and “Cave Man Stuff, both claimed by thc editor to be superior products. Willie himself says that the latter story, which he prefers to call “7 he Tie That Binds,” is the best thing he has written for the U. S. C. funny magazine. Al Tachet. super-critic of the LTni-versity of Southern California, has contributed a play “written as a play should be written.” Originally composed for the Senior Road Show, it was later withdrawn by the dramatist because no one on the campus can act well enough to do it justice. Aside from the pearls of Al and Willie, “The HE-MAN Number,” will contain several colored drawings and many black and white cuts. There will also be more original jokes and \ erses than in any previous issue, ac-* cording to the editor. NAVAL DOCTOR SPEAKS TODAY Planning to make their annual banquet and dance one of the greatest affairs of the college year, Skull and Dagger men and pledges are looking forward with eagerness to May 3rd, the date set for the honorary fraternity’s great social function. Prof. Harold Stonier and Dr. Lawrence T. Lowrey are to be the speakers of the evening. All Skull and Dagger alumni who intend to attend are requested to reserve plates with, Lowell Jessen or Al Wesson. Lieut. C. H. Castle of the medical department of the United States Naval Reserve, will speak in Bovard Auditorium today, April IS, at 1 o’clock. He will outline the plans of the Naval Reserve for establishing an emergency medical unit at U. S. C. The Naval Reserve Medical Department has the 'hearty endoorsement of | President von KieinSmid in this work and those in charge urge a large attendance at the meeting today. Premedic students are especially invited. Upon the establishment of the emergency medical- unit here there will be a series of lectures beginning this month on first aid, minor surgery, operating room technique, and nursing. presented by various naval doctors. down, so everything looks sweet for the northern trip. Now that the Southern Cal. title is safely in their hands, the team is looking around for chances to cop new laurels. They will have an opportunity to annex the Southwestern Intercollegiate championship when they trot down to Arizona on the 28th of this month. Nothing definite is known concerning the caliber of the Wildcat’s squad, but the Trojans will be ready to strut their stuff when they arrive in Tucson. SPELLING EXAMINATION! GIRLS’ BIBLE CLASS Swimming, kodaking, singing and eating, all for the girls of MYs. Fisher’s class on Saturday, April 21st. Take 12:55 Redondo Beach car at P. E. Hill Street station and meet at Center Street, Manhattan Beach. If can't come then, be sure to be down later to enjoy our “Hot Dog Supper.” Bring J your ukuleles, kodaks anti appetites. The next spelling examination for the removal of incompletes in English I will be held Tuesday, April 24, at 12:00 o’clock, in Room H. 206. The doors will be closed at 12:10. All except those who have been assigned to Prexy Joins Aristo Literary Society Dr. Rufus Bernard von KieinSmid was made honorary member of the Aristotelian Literary Society last week at a dinner held in the beautiful Italian Village. After accepting the honor President von KieinSmid delivered a short address to the members of the society. Thirty members of the Aristo were present to celebrate the second annual dinner. Several members of the organization were called upon to tell jokes. The evening was spent in dancing. HOME ECON. MEETS There will be an important meting the examination during the present of the Home Economics Club Thurs-semester, must present special exami- day, immediately after chapel. Every nation fee receipts from the Traas- member should be present. Election urer’s Office. ' 0f officers will tako plate. To Hold Senior Snaps in Expo. Armory Tonight So rapid has been the increase in attendance at the Senior Snaps that Violet Weissman hopes soon to have them a 100% affair. She urges every Senior to be present tonight at the fourth Snap to be held in the Armory at Exposition Park at 7:30. Blanch Moss is in charge of the program and has arranged for typical “snappy" entertainment. Gene Johnson's orchestra, with its teasing melodies, will scatter all trouble and gloom of the care-worn Senior, according to Miss Moss. She has also arranged for Mr. Turkle of the ■“Music Box,” across from the Old College, to give something special, attd another number, r * ■ f t*. veiled in deep secrecy, will round out the evening’s amusement. Correcting a report that has been circulating that the snaps are open to others than Seniors, Violet Weissman, vice-president of the class, states: “An erroneous report seems to have been circulated to the effect that un-derclassmen are entitled to come to the Snaps. We would be glad to include them in our good times, but tradition started the Snaps as a strictly Senior affair and we are anxious to keep it ac such. This means a chance for us to get acquainted.” ■ Notices have been sent to the fraternities and sororities that a 100% representation is expected.
|Title||The Southern California Trojan, Vol. 14, No. 80, April 18, 1923|
|Description||The Southern California Trojan, Vol. 14, No. 80, April 18, 1923.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
f On the Lookout < i Strutting His Stuff t Ad Club Exhibit Senior Snaps Enter Two Teams Scholarship Reports STRUTTING HIS STUFF on the local campus for the first time. Barney Google, of race fame, and his bashful steed, Sparky, will enter the ranks of Don Quixote's famous characters today. This Knight of the race track will parade round the campus early this morning. At noon he will trot forth with his quadruped pal and enter the Coffee Handicap down University avenue. The finish line will be the “Y” Hut. and the prize will awarded within the domicile of the triangle boys. ifctoutta Advertisers' Show Opens at Y. Hut J Vol. XIV Los Angeles, ^aliforaia^ Wednesday, April 18, 1923 No. 80 SPARK PLUG AND BARNEY ENTER RACE ^listah Google's 'Sweet Mama" Lxposes Ribs to Atmosphere and Sun Two Cardinal and Gold UTAH SQUAD Teams Enter A. A. U. Meet HUMBLED BY TROJAN MEN President Formally Opens Ad Exhibit at Noon Today AD CLUB MEMBERS have been working hard to get the booths arranged for the advertisers, and will be on hand to help in any way they can Colonel Pipp Mas Quarrel Over ENTRANTS ALL HUNGRY for the next two days. Fashion shows have received wide recognition from the women. The ex hibft will contain all the ingredients of a pood fashion show, both for men aud women, and will go further in showing the latest things in sport togs, furniture, engagement rings, pins, gas ranges, mules and spectators. * Go down, take your friends, and view the exhibit. It will be well worth your while. Nickle; Moves Up Stream: Competition Keen By ROSS B. WILLS The big track and field championship meet, held by the A. A. U. at Redlands next Saturday, promises to be the first hotly-contested A. A. U. affair held there in many years. It will be a battle of giants, because the leading schools all have record or near-record men in several of the events. Although U. S. C. is favored to score the greatest number of points, this meet will mark the * Trojans' supreme test this season. Coach Cromwell s men will have to go up against the best that such institutions as Occidental, Pomona and ihe L. A. A. C. offer, besides ;i host of others from various and Utonian Orators Did Good Platform Work, but Meet Waterloo By “BUGS'’ LANGLEY ‘ Is yo ready, Mr. Google?” “Yes, suh.” A shrill whistle rang cut from Southern California school the starter’s fish horn and the colleges. great race was on. V. S. C. will have two