The Southern California Trojan, Vol. 14, No. 39, December 19, 1922
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ryywo £ On f/ie Lookout j | Ticket Prices Reduced Nittanny Lions Tough Customers Over-confidence Prevalent Henderson Working Hard Christmas Almost Here Holidays Art Holidays j PRICES TO THE NEW YEAR S j Vol. XIV game were cut in half for the U. S. C. t ■ students, thanks to Warren Bovard Gwynn Wilson snd the Tournament of Roses' officials themselves. Trojans get section of 2500 stats in the cctiter of the field for the rootir.g section ar.d students. Those ttckets are now on sale in the treasurer’s of t.ce. Pack the Rooting Section New Years .California Tickets For Game Go On Sale Today Los Angeles, California, Tuesday, December 19, 1922 No. 39 RECOGNIZE TROJAN IN FORENSICS DOPE POT BOILS AS PENN STATE SQUAD NEARS SCENE OF BATTLE .NITTANNY LlONS ARE a tough lo ;o conquer on the gridiron. They hav< Prologue to the Big Show now going or*. Fenn State booming over the cinders on the way to the Southland; all the camps ’round I about a-hum and a-buzz with prognostications, guesses, surmises, Plan Started to Organize Pacific j hoPes anent the on coming Main Event; the Trojans rounding into Berdine Jack THOUSAND GATHER AT U. FORMAL defeaied iwict> ope sheet slmw this season, but he dope sheet siwiw.s that they made more ground through their opponents' 1 iIi~ in two of those games than was mad*- through their lin<-. which is sav iii}' that the\ ought lo have won tv.«. ol tho:e games. Tie- Pi nn State line j ir* heavy; th»- driving force seems to i <«-nt<-r b**twe* n the two tackles. and ■ no leam this y*-ar has been able t<< | toji tin ir li:i<- plunging That in* ans that Henderson lias <<iti j siderable of a problem trying to figure I out a '-tron?' defense for the ground j gainers from the Quaker region. Tin i Trojan mentor, however, has such a j reputation for football that l.e mav , prove t<i be Daniel in th*1 I.ion's Den : weno’her year rolls around TROJAN STUDENTS HAVE a ter. dency to underrate the eastern team j Where they get the idea that U. S. C i will wm easily cannot be learned, for j Henderson’s pets have only met two really strong teams this season, while the Penn Staters have met six who are as strong as California. Out of these si* big games they lost three, two of those loses were freaks, the other one real. If th*' field is dry and fast on th* 1 first day of next year, the Trojans ma> turn out to he victors. Should ihe I field prove heavy, though, the Hast enters should he favored, for the; have the driving power and weight To carry them through the mud The |*asi Weeti's practice on the wet turf on Bovard Field may prove bene fioial to the Trojan huskies. CHRISTMAS IS COMING almost be fore students are prepared for it. Of ctfurse. students are always prepared for a vacation, hut the Trojan will wager that mom .tf them fiaven't made all the preparations for this Christmas that their former good resolutions had provided for. Many U. S. C. students will go home with a firm determination to write sev eral term papers and catch up with aTl their collateral during the holidays, but they will return on the second day of next year with just as firm a determination to work evenings until they have the work done. Holidays are holidays, no getting around that in the mind of the average student. Coast Inter-Collegiate Debating Conference S. C. INVITED TO JOIN Would Have Schedule Arranged to Determine Championship of C oast Tentative plans for the for mation of a Pacific Coast Inter-Collegiate Debating Conference were laid at a meeting of forensic representatives at Reed College. Washington, a short time ago. U. S. C. has been invited to join this conference. “This comes as a very signal honor,” said Professor Blanks in commenting on the invitation. “It i' i complimentary recognition of 1 S. C We ;:r-‘ inclined to look favorably on the proposal, although ii will have to be passed upon ti\ tlie Faculty Debating Committee mk! by ihe Delia Sigma Who debaling fraternity. Other universities lhal have been asked to join are tlie I'niver-siiv of California. Stanford I'ni-\ ersity. Oregon Agricultural College. fniversity of Oregon. Reed College. Fniversity of Washington, Washington State College, and Whitman 'ollege. Pinal negotiations await the sanction of the institutions concerned. It is planned to have the three institutions in each stall- meet in a tri-to determine the state battle form, on their mettle, anxious for the fray; snap, color, gusto! and a yell and a hush and tlie asbestes fairly burned with fiery, yelling blasts, rises on the “hors d'euvre” of the Football Show, the great Above are The Four Mentors of The I-Jitany Lions Who Are Traveling West to Meet The Trojan Squad at The Tournament of Roses Stadium New Years. From Left to Right The Coaches are: Hinkie Haines, Hugo Bezdek. Bill Martin and George Snell. angular dehat championship. The winning teams from each state will then meet in a triangular contest to decide the chain pionship of the coast. intersectional clash in the Rose Bowl. The Lion or the Trojan? Echo answers, “I think so. Will time honored tradition be ! upheld? Will the modern Daniel, 11 I ihe Trojan, lame the Lions, as of old ? Or will 1 he Lions, fed on ?Iu* modern ‘>|>iri1 of revolt, bite ... (through the Trojan armor as 1 he revitalization of debating ; . , , . . i , j though it were so much chocolate coatingKcho doesn t answer. DEFENSE A PUZZLE * What sort of offensive will Henderson use ! Who will he in the backfield to do all tin* scoring? Enough information has come forth to bank on it that Galloway, Baker and Dolley will comprise three-fourths (continfkd on pack -m through the choice of subjects of dynamic interest to the public at large was also discussed *^VsAAAAAAAAA/WWVAAAAAA/SAAAA , Hunt Succeeds; Ippy Kaks Eat Willie’s Snipes Dear Folks: I am a sick man tonight ma. I’ll tell you why. It was on account of those darned snipes we went hunting for. We didn't get any but will go again next time. And 1 have found out my frat bros aint perservering when tt comes to hunting for snipes. They give tip too easy. Well you see here was the way it is. We drove out in tin* country someplace by Pasadena and stopped on a hill side. As I was good at holding things, they let me hold the sack while they went out and did all the hard work of rounding the snipes up. 1 sat down and began to veil “Here snipie, here snipie," and they went after the snipes. Those frat bros. of mine will never make woodsmen. They lost the trail back to me and never did lind their way back. 1 thought it was a good joke on them as they weren't as good hunters as me. WILLIE’S SQUAWKING SNIPE Well after waiting for a loug time ami yelling “Here snipie." 1 heard a rustle by my side. It was a big dog and he began to lick my face and wanted to play and here 1 was hunting snipes I tried to make him go way but he wouldn't. I kept on saying ‘‘Here snipie" until pretty soon someone came up and says. “Get outa here. What are you doing in my garden So 1 left I went on down the road and pretty soon 1 heard some snipes They sounded just like chickens but I knew they must he snipes So 1 snuk up and grabbed one. He jquawked like a chicken but 1 put ?.im in the sack. Just then that darn tog barked. 1 shut him tip and started ,o get another snipe, when 1 t au into a wire fence and a whole lot of snipes began to squawk .lust then someone <OONT1NCED on last T'ACE) TROJAN IS NEW YEARS PROGRAMME Paper Will Have the “Name of !\ach and Every Player SOLD BY COLLEGE MEN No 'l oungsters to Pester Football I ans W’ith “Official Program SPANISH CLUBS IN JOINT MEET j The New Year’s Trojan will be the official publication at the annual New Year's Day Fast vs. West football classic to be played in the Pasadena stadium. Penn State and F. S. C. are both to be well represented. A four-page rotogravure section featuring ihe pictures, individual and group, of both teams will be of special interest and. also, help in identifying The players. Individual writeups, giving past history, achievements and characteristics of the coaches of the respective Teams will appear in a prominent place. Fniversity men. in U. S. C. rooting caps, are to be the official newsboys. They are to be posted along the dif-ferent roads leading into Pasadena, at the Pacific Electric station and in ihe stadium. The New Year's edition is to be an eleven page paper, costing fifteen cents a copy. Ten thousand copies are to be printed, but. considering the number who will attend the game, it is doubtful if everyone desiring it will be able to purchase his copy unless he does so early. As there is to be no separate program of the game on sale, the Trojan will contain the only reliable, firsthand information of both university and their teams. Next Thursday the Spanish clubs of F. S. C. and Southern Branch will hold a joint meeting at the home of Mrs. Lowther in San Gabriel. The fiesta will begin with a box lunch. Girls will bring a lunch for two. After the lunch, the guests will go over to the Mission church for a short Christmas service. I After the service the students will as- j sentble under the historic old grape | vine for the pinata. The program will follow, consisting of numbers given by each of the clubs. Machines will leave in front of the Administration building at 5:20 p. m. OXNAM TO GIVE RELIGIOUS WORK By an arrangement between Dr. Hill tnd G. Bromley Oxnam. the latter is taking over the classes in Religious Education for the remainder of the term. Dr. Hill has laid the foundation for the course and Oxnam will make practical application of the social teachings of Jesus. Holders of A. S. B. Hooks to Get Neir Years Tick ets Note Holders of the student body books will purchase their tickets to the New Year’s game today and tomorrow at window number 5 of the Treasurer’s office. Ticket number 9 will be torn out. Those students who are not possessors of A. S. B. books will get the second chance at the 2500 seats in the center section, at the price of $2.75, while the faculty will be eligible for the remaining chances, if there are any. One ticket only will be allowed to each student. This measure was taken, according to Gwynn Wilson, to insure students of U. S. C. getting the special rate which the Tournament of Roses have allowed to them. “The tickets were reprinted after the lowering of the price, and we will only have them on sale for two days.” he said. man Has Strong Praise for Corfimittee Work Before F esiivity PROGRAM PLEASES ALL Party Staged Under Auspices of Student Executive Body of u. S. c. One thousand U. S. C. students n gala attire, who assembled in he ballroom of the Hotel Alex;„n Iria last Saturdav evening, agreed n pronouncing the all-University formal the “best ever." Given under the auspices of thc executive committee cf the Asso ,iated Student Body, the affaii was the second' of the three hi*, dl l niversity events to he stayed luring the year. In ihe receiving line for the re cplion which preceded ihe dane« \ ere Dudley I hi Ves. A. S. B • rew, and Berdine Jackman, vice president, as well as president of the affiliated colleges and commit let chairmen. The program, which was brief and popular as had neen predicted, was in 'erspersed between the dances. "A Ballet of the Snowflakes," done by Egan's miniature dancers, five little tots just four years old, captivated the audience. Following the tiny ballet. Harold Allen gave one of his famous whistling solos. “The success of the party," said Miss Jackman, later commenting on the affair, "is due entirely to the splendid spirit of co-operation f-n the part of the committees. It is our desire to put on parties that will furnish a means of bringing together all the young people of the university, on and off the campus; and we endeavor to f I have the affairs so arranged as to be a source of pleasure and agreeable entertainment for all who attend." The third all-Fniversity event to be given by the Associated Student Body probably will he a formal at the Hotel Ambassador some time in tlie spring. COMMERCE MEN HEAR GRUMMERE Cinders Fly as Track Men Prepare For Stiff Season By BILL RICE With old King Football about to draw his last gasp over the defunct form of the Penn State Nittany Lions on New Year’s Day, the nights of the cinderpath are breaking out the old spiked shoes and umbering up their muscles in preparation for one of the stiffest Trojan track schedules in many moons. With Charley Paddock, world's champion, and sprintdcm’s ace cf aces, to top the bill, Couch Cromwell has an array of dash talent hat would cause an Egyptian’ .nummy tc shimmy and chortle FORTY-TWO U. S. C. Next to the one and only nnr\\ P(\ MADTU TA Charley as a headline attraction Iflfcli \|U nUillll IU tnd potential point getter comes rtn/l k D MrFTllir one Otto Anderson, already fa- ASILOMAR MEETING nous in I rojan athletic history a> a football star of no small mairni- ,, ,, _ .. ~.r .. __ , I , *• U. S. C. Men Describe Meetings Hue. ( H i o was 1 fie sensation ot . * i t i i .... at Annual Y. M. L. A. asi vestr s frosti s'inad as a hut it ii i - i i Convention Her anil broad jumper, atnl he gained a firm nileh for himself in uhletic pnnals of the West Itst Fefc-uary 2nd when on the opening day >f the Far We.-tern track and field hampioLship meet at Sacramento, t.e pppe»l three hrst places end ihe honor »f meet high poiru man. Oho took he high barriers in the fast time of *>;:!, and negotiated the low hnr lies in 24:2. Just to make ir a per ecf day tie carried oft first place in ihe broad jump with a i* ap of 22 feet .>4 inches. OLYMPIC STAR ON TEAM Alma Richards, former Olympic man and premier field star, is another >f Cromwell's bets this season. Alma is an all around performer in the field , pastimes, shining in the shot put. dis-':us. high jump and broad jump events. Another record breaker to grace Cromwell’s rolls is Oliver Cory, who holds the Southern California high ; jump record of feet 4-'?4 indie-,. Lynn Davis is aiso a high jumper of ability, having a win over California tt) his credit. Yale Martz. Aden Hughes and ico.NTiNfKP i >x Last HACKETT IS SINGER IN PROGRAMME One w» ek from today 42 enthusiastic Asilomar delegates will leave T.os An-gr-les for Monterey Bay. where they will spend Christmas vacation Final plans f«.r leaving will be form uktred this aft* rnoon at * o'clock at the • V ’ hut, and all delegates are re quested to he there. Assignment for <*tr-, will also be distributed. The day after Christmas is the day set lor departure anti Paso Robles will be reached by nightfall, after a stop at Santa Barbara for lunch, and Monterey Bay a few hours later. CAL. TO LEAD DELEGATES ( California ami Stanford still lead in attendance but the F. S. C.’s tlelepa lion comes close behind with Its 42 men. Of these 42 over half are men who have gone before and can not miss the opportunity to go again. This spirit is expressed by Lawrence TorUh ach»r. who said. “It is one of the big gest opportunities ;i college man has. for he is stimulated to think along the biggest problem of his life his Life Work. The wonderful scenery and \ surroundings are also things not to be ‘ missed." President von KleinSmid and Pro-| lessor Montgomery also praise the work of Asilomar highly. But Asilomar has another side be sides its serious one. Serge Kolesort iconti\i i:i> t >.\* »\u:f. SPANISH EXHIBIT * F. S. C. Department of Spanish is exhibiting its annual Nacimiento or Nativity on Wednesday. A cordial invitation is extended to all members of the student body who are inter e-tod in this unique exhibit of a Span ish custom to call and see the exhibit PAULINE ASSOCIATION << CINCH SUPS” OUT FOR XMAS COMPETITION SOON AMONG GLEE CLUBS Glee clubs of all the universities of California are to hold a contest at IT. S. C. this coming spring, according to an announcement made by Harry Har din. manager of the U. S. C. dee Club. The date of the contest has not been settled. Mrs. J. J. Carter, president of Hollywood Community Chorus, and well known patroness of music, has promised to act as sponsor for the affair. It will probably take place at the Phil haarmonic Auditorium. A corporation was formed December 1. of combined glee clubs with alumni representatives from Stanford, California. F. S. C„ and Pomona as directors. This organization is similar to Eastern glee clubs. Stanford took the initiative in this movement at the first meeting of glee club representatives held in September at that univrsity. Famous Tenor Is Heard Large Crowd Last Evening “Ethics of Modern Business" was the _ .subjec t of an address delivered before I FIRST NUMBER ON COURSE the College of Commerce assembly last ! - Thursday morning, by Mr. Charles t Noted Musicians to Appear On Grttmmere of the Cleveland Discount Fulure Programs—Few Company. * Tickets Left Announcement was made of the for [ .. ,. oil i • I Inaugurating the University ot mation ot the Commerce Scholarship! c • , i , I Southern California Women’s Club con- Society with twelve upper classmen 1 comprising the membership. ENGINEER’S MEET by TO BE FEATURED BY BIG SPEAKERS Christmas cards, familiarly known j as “cinches,” are out again, calling attention to the fact that certain liues of endeavor, as indicated on the cards, need more attention from the recipient. Cards are being put out before vaca-!4<in. that they may subtly suggest that ' of the year to take up Religious Educa SAM STAGG TO .SPEAK BEFORE VOLUNTEERS Sam Stagg, who is leaving the first All students preparing for the ministry are asked to hear Prof. Wm. C. Smith. Wednesday. December 2tt. at 12:ir> p. m.. room 106. It will be worth your time to be present. not all the ensuing days of freedom be spent in leisure. Fully eight hundred students will be asked to take heed "via the white cards." So far the demand for these warnings has been greater than the supply. Fully two-thirds of the anxious inquirers have been sent away conscience-free. . However, the registrar’s office advises that those cards not called for immediately will be mailed home. ATTENTION! GRADUATES! Graduate pictures for the El Rodeo are being taken Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, in the El Rodeo Office, Journalism Building. lion work in Manila, will speak at the Volunteer meeting. Wednesday, at 3:15. in Y Hut. USHERS ALL SECURED C One hundred men from F. S working under the Tournament of Roses' officials will usher at the New Year's game. According to reports from the "Y" the list>Js all signed up. GIRLS’ GLEE MEETS GRADUATES DINE AT U. CAFETERIA Forty graduate students, last Friday, attended the semi-monthly lnncheon in the Fniversity cafeteria. Mrs. Gnlick, a graduate of Cornell, gave an unusually interesting talk on the out standing features of that representa tive institution. Mr. Lacy, president of the graduate association, announces another luncheon, the second Friday after Christmas vacation. LIBRARY IS OPEN DURING VACATION A. A. E. Gathers Tonight in University Parlors for Important General Meeting Probably the most important anti interesting meeting of the year for the American Association of Engi neers will be held Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the university parlors. The meeting will be called to order in room 206 of the Administration building for a few minutes of discussion on v.<ri cert series, Charles Hackett, American tenor, appeared last night in the Bovard Auditorium before an enthusiastic audience which comfortably filled the large assembly hall. It was the largest audience which ever greet- oils business matters, after which the ed a concert artist at F. S how [ members will go to the university par The Library will be open during the Christmas vacation from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. every day except Christmas day anil New Year’s day. and will be closed Saturday at 12:."»0. The administration has decided to keep the Library open evenings after January 2. from 7 to p. m. This is in response to a petition from the ex ecutive committee of the Student Body. There will be no change in the time collateral reading may bf taken .from the Library. PROF. POWER ON STAFF Busjness Woman’s Magazine, a new publication issued each month, includes on its staff of special writers Prof. R. L. Power of lT. S. C. The holiday issue will contain his analysis of business women in America and abroad, while future numbers will publish data on educational topics. ever, outsiders made up the greater part of the number who appeared. Fresh from the applause of London and Paris, Hackett was in good voice last night. Those who heard the art ist a few years ago when he appeared with Geraldine Farrar on a concert tour of the West and who heard him again last evening were surprised in no small degree. From a singer of ballads. Hackett has risen to the ranks of a Metropolitan dramatic opera star. Haekett’s voice has grown incredP- lors where Hubert C Fury, national director of the A ^ E . will preseDt the recently won wiving cup to tho student chapter. This meeting will be especially important. as the members of the Los Angeles City Chapter will be the in vited guests of the evening. All of ihe prominent engineers of Southern California are expected to be present and it is thought by Mr. R. E Rowley, president of the F. S. C. chapter, that this meeting will serve a splendid pur ably. His vocal range permits him to i I*°se *n placing before these men who sing ballads anil Wagner apparently ) a,v so capable of judgment, the spirit, with equal east today. To those who are of the opinion that only Europe An elaborate program has been planned, including au address by President von KleinSmid. a selection bv principles and controlling elements in the life of F. S. C." can produce the great singers of opera. Hackett presents a baffling problem. t He is an inspiring example for the American youth, for he shows that it is possible for an American, trained 1 in American institutions, to compete with the most eminent of Europe’s ; artists. Though the concert last night was 1 both an artistic and financial success, the directors of the concert series re- j gref that students have not availed j themselves of the opportunity of he:'i the engineer's jazz orchestra, which promises to make Max Fischer's bunch sound like tin pan alley, and much vociferation of the A. A. E. “male” quartet, introducing a number of new engineering songs. Eats will occupy a prominent part in the evening’s program as usual, in the form of something new and appetizing. Among those engineers of the city ing some of the greatest singers in the "ho are expected to be pres- world at prices within the reach of everyone. It is hoped that the remaining few seats will be disposed of to students before they are purchased by the outside public. The treasurer of last year’s Girls' Glee Club wishes to meet all girls POWER ON COUNCIL Professor R L Power is the Cali- NAVAL RESERVE MEETS All men interested in the Naval Re serve are asked to meet in the Exfen now in school who were iu the club j siou office Wednesday at 12 o’clock, to ! fornia member of the editorial council last year at 4 o'clock. Tuesday, in meet Mr. Ryerson. The meeting will | for the 1923 issue of the National Spe-Room 305. Bovard. only last about ten minutes. 1 cial Libraries Directory. ent anti speak are: H. 7. Osborne. Jr . chief engineer of public utilities; J. H. Clarke, Professor C. W. Lawrence, J. B. Lippincott, consulting engineer; W W Patch of the State Highway De-j nartment. and W. [) Armstrong. County Bridge engineer. The F s. C. chapter is expected to be out leu per cent to welcome the visitors and celebrate tht* winning of their handsome cup.
|Title||The Southern California Trojan, Vol. 14, No. 39, December 19, 1922|
|Description||The Southern California Trojan, Vol. 14, No. 39, December 19, 1922.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
On f/ie Lookout
Ticket Prices Reduced Nittanny Lions Tough Customers Over-confidence Prevalent Henderson Working Hard Christmas Almost Here Holidays Art Holidays j
PRICES TO THE NEW YEAR S j Vol. XIV game were cut in half for the U. S. C. t ■ students, thanks to Warren Bovard Gwynn Wilson snd the Tournament of Roses' officials themselves.
Trojans get section of 2500 stats in the cctiter of the field for the rootir.g section ar.d students. Those ttckets are now on sale in the treasurer’s of t.ce.
Pack the Rooting Section New Years
Tickets For Game Go On Sale Today
Los Angeles, California, Tuesday, December 19, 1922
RECOGNIZE TROJAN IN FORENSICS
DOPE POT BOILS AS PENN STATE
SQUAD NEARS SCENE OF BATTLE
.NITTANNY LlONS ARE a tough lo ;o conquer on the gridiron. They hav<
Prologue to the Big Show now going or*. Fenn State booming over the cinders on the way to the Southland; all the camps ’round I about a-hum and a-buzz with prognostications, guesses, surmises,
Plan Started to Organize Pacific j hoPes anent the on coming Main Event; the Trojans rounding into Berdine Jack
THOUSAND GATHER AT U. FORMAL
defeaied iwict> ope sheet slmw
this season, but he dope sheet siwiw.s that they made more ground through their opponents'
1 iIi~ in two of those games than was mad*- through their lin<-. which is sav iii}' that the\ ought lo have won tv.«. ol tho:e games. Tie- Pi nn State line j ir* heavy; th»- driving force seems to i <«-nt<-r b**twe* n the two tackles. and ■ no leam this y*-ar has been able t<< | toji tin ir li:i<- plunging
That in* ans that Henderson lias <|