The Southern California Trojan, Vol. 14, No. 42, January 04, 1923
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On the Lookout T TRO-JANuary First Favorable Mention Credit to Henderson Also Herd, Hunter, Hess football Players Did Beat Surprise Party GL i BOOSTING HAbI i Read Trojan advertisements and patronize the advertisers. Feel that wlow of pride which conges to a hearty booster, uinJ toll the inerrii&nt you saw his ad u> the Irojan. TROJANS HAVE ElG day on TRO _ JANuary. as one will notice by the XIV results of the Pent; State game, the U. S. C. band leading the Tournament of Rotes parade, the U S. C banners floating from nearly every telephone fjoie "iong the Im* of the promer.?de .r.d the engagement of two Trojans, tierdme J.ici'ftwn r.nd Worran 3cvz>rc!. Feel ihe (2Ion) oi a Booster's Pride Los Angels, California, Thursday, January 4. 1923 No. 42 TROJANS TAME LJONS IN ANNUAL GAME • • I ift«- r i -:i! iri )< lilt* S. C. has ri on<- of tli* iit« <1 ” >■<> 'nil ion sti f l'< nn Stat loOtltail i STl V<T-H> lif« , li fi I V < isivel r-ser v l ih< t h* it its io an < nd through whi« ublic learns of the accomplish worthy higher institution. n n w thill* 111 ^ THORP SAYS U.S. C.RANKS ABOVE EAST Miss Jackman In Role Of BASKETBALL University Comptrolless MEN NEEDED SAYS COACH iitrt 11 Trm il.d a! f < !7i* 1 and muih FOLLOWING THE GAME every daily newspaper in the United States carried the name of University of Southern California in its columns. add*ng to that the undisputed fact of the Trcjsn triumph over the N.ttany Lions. Both teams v. fi< ropres th. it- r<- peetive section*, fvtifi St.t* TS v. ere defc; time itii hut th* tlie best lh*■ I-.a i had to off ■Ror« TiOt «!• M-ai.- ii <1* ci iv-l\ tu tay tr. tt th*-of.h* r if-; n.s w..r ;uj.* iior 1 n two instances hf il-s" Von lor ih<* upper; < nt ■. v.-hiU* tho Pitts L» ai * ti pla\vt won h'- a 14 0 -<or< Fo'. lowiTij' rh;:t Hu?o tv y.\- I r< rt»o«3»-K-d Iii- t<-ftni !nal<inr tt.»- af*rre~n tioii one third stronger it.an \ y.r• \i<.u time this <-ason. It wa^ thl remodel.-d t< arn that th- Tor jan s con (4u< r< <1, io!«.ing the critics from other parts to recognize tho [(laying ability of th- I'. S. C players and tii- coach Ing ability of th«‘ Trojan m«*ntor, "Gloomy Gus," alias “Smiling Jim." alias “Cheerful Llmer” Henderson. News cf the engagement ol Berdine Jackman, vice-president ol the student body, and Major Warren H. Bovard, present comptroller Famous Sport Leaders Laud Fine of the University, was made know-n to a surprised U. S. C. campus last Tuesday. The prominence and universal popularit> of both persons concerned, together with the fact that practically no advance hints cf the romance had been dropped, conspired tc make the announcement equal to the Newr Year’s game in local interest. The news had been confined chiefly to rumors, but it was confirmed by Major Bovard, and Miss Jackman’s absence from classes yesterday was considered as final proof. She received the ring Christmas Day, while the wedding date has been set for next June, immediately following her graduation. Work ot Henderson's Men On Jan 1 DEMPSEY SEES GAME Pittsburg. \V. Virginia and Gon 7aza 1 earns See 1 rojans Down Lions ELMER C. HENDERSON must be given credit for the superb work he did with the Trojan raw material, building up a machine that ranks with any in the United States. Along with Henderson comes Cliff Herd for recognition. He is generally recognized as the “best scout" on the Pacific Coast. This can be accepted in both ways. He does know football when he rees it. and he knows how to import his knowledge to the men. He is also a ‘ good fellow." all the players taking to him like ducks to water. He paiys the piano with the vim of a foot ball player, sings songs with the gusto of a regular coilege sport. Hi nter is a quiet man who is mentioned very little, although his work for the team is invaluable. He is the man who develops the shifty backfield combination, and the gentleman who i« «»NT!\ri;it <t\ i'\i,n ji Most of the leading personali-• ties in the sporting world gath tred last Monday to witness the battle between University of Southern California and Penn State. No athletic event in the country draws sportsmen to the side lines as does the annual East vs. West New Year's Gridiron classic. Leaders in all branches of sports were present January 1 and saw : the Trojans win decisively over the Nittany Lions. And these sportsmen are loud in thier praise of Coach Henderson and his Tro-' jans after the same. Tom Thorp, Ih<• leading football I authority ofthe Fast ami who t»• 1 -• •re<*d the big 'druugle Monday, * I;: i! 11" Thai the Cardinal and Cold marl ine ot* 1^:22 is superior lo ihe Harvard I ni versity Varsity. Thorp is not only the brightest ■atibark liirltt iu tin* Kast but one of tin- irreatesi sport writers in the •otirM V IIis artieles praising the >nuihern California team have ■een flashed l i every p;irt oi' lln-Cni.ed KCKERSALL PRAISES S. C. Waller Fekersall. <poitin*_: edi-1or «.f the Chicago Tribune ami h'.g*r(‘Nt gridiron lumin.irv in ilia Middh West >NTi\r mirsi loril; i:i* i>\ . Grass Skirts Too Much For Fickle Willie Hear Folks: Gosh all apple cores but I am a changed man Not so much from th*1 good resolutions I made this year hut because of pxm'tioncp 1 have went and had. 1 \s ill never again be un false to llittie. 1 was thi< Xmas and 1 fe-l the langs of remonis still efflorves«-ing like tlio waves of a radio, in my heart. You see ii all happened as thus: llittie went to her home for Xmas. And took my heart with her. In my agony 1 wandered into a place where they was a carnival. The first tliint: I heard was some guy yelling about dancing girls from Haw Hawa oh 11 ii is those islands near, where Holla Holla virls live. And 1 spent my money and went to the show to set- the girl> among who were one what struck my eye. She \\.,s a brunet only 1 didn't notice that until 1 had <een the show several times. 1 guess she saw 1 was smii by her as 1 soon beeome acquainted with h-r You know how such things STEPS STRAW SKIRTS Anyway j got my friend Artie Fishal to get his car out and we made dates with this Hula dancer and her sister. That’s who she said it was. We had to drive around in the morning as the girls worked in p. m. and a s (after supperl It was like pulling the phangs of a frog to get Artie to take his ear. He is stingy with it. 11.-bought ii in 1910 and ii has the same paint on it had then and I believe, until we went riding, he had some o1 . the same gasoline in it it had in when it was tirst out jf the factory. Ho smoked a filthy pipe I asked hint when 1 started out with hitu if bed just as early smoke tobacco iu his pipe as the hair he va* ^niokinfe, He got angry to that but j didu'wcan He 'aiut a *frat bro. of mine but b. Trojan ( o-ctl (,*>ts \o/<» From llcztlcl; After vainly trying to secure i> interview for the special New Year's edition of the Trojan, from Hugo Be/tlek. coach of the Penn State team; Adah Klein-Smid. of the Trojan staff, received i he following note: “Hear Mi ss KleinSmid Sorry 1 missed you. Maybe it was for the best. I am always ‘scarry’ about making statements before games. Happy New Year. Hugo llezdek WOMEN ATHLETES FORM CONFERENCE V. M . C. A. Bail Artists Aie 1 irst to Buck Up Against Local I loopsters, Saturday Night TURNER IS GLOOMY Quintet Players Scarce As Silent Women is Claim: Golden Bears Come in February With the first game of the season coming Saturday night writh the Los Angeles Y. M. C. A., five, and the first big games with California schednifcd for the 2Gth and 2?th of this month, Coach Turner ol the 1 rojan basketball sip-.ad has more than a little cause for gloom. When the Golden Bears travel Trojans Crush Penn In Big East- West Classic By BILL RICE Smashing their way through the supposedly impregnable Penn State line like a healthy vot'iig tornado. Southern California's Trojan varsity gloriously upheld the football honor of the West New Year 3 Day, defeating ineir Eastern ri/als 14 to 3 in the greatest intersectional clash of them all, the annual classic climax to the Pasadena Tournament of Roses. Fcrlv-three thousand people, the greatest crowd ever assembled at a football game in the Southland, witnessed the pride of thc East fall before the versatile and irresistable attack of the sons of Trov. In smashing that supposedly 'tone w, 11 line cl the Nittany Lions to tiny atoms, the Troians accomplished a l'eai tha- ku'/ o< the great cst teams in the East could turn Pitt. Navy »nu Penn Uni vers *ty all downed the Nittany Lion, but llieir hard earned victories were all gained via the air route. Tne* Nittany line was air tight Liii . met that forward wail ol th Trojan team. Not contented Witii p.u.c.i’i ^ the va-.Uited Easter* line onrt Henderson's charges turned ri"n .-.outh three weeks from now they around after twisting the Lion’ $ Final arrangements for a Southern California Conference in women’s athletics are rapidly progressing. At a meeting of the physical education directors and officers of the W A. A. from Redlands, Ocidental, Whittier and F. S. C.. held just before vacation, the following rules were made: 1. Hockey, basketball, indoor baseball and tennis shall be the main sports to be held during the three seasons. 1*. All games shall he played according to schedule. All girls trying out for either class or varsity teams must live ac cording to training rules. 4 Points towards the winning of letters and sweaters are to be offered in each activity. Another meeting is to be held this month, at which time the basketball hectule will be arranged. Berdine Jackman attended the I’niversity of California during freshman year, but since then has been at I . S. (\ She was pledged and initiated into the local chapter of Phi Mu sorority, has been 'society editor of the Trojan since the fall of 1!121, was society editor of la>t year's El Rodeo, and is a member of the Press Club and of the Lance and Lute honorary dramatic Society. A. S. B. VICE PRESIDENT During the second semester of her junior year she took thc* feminine lead in the class play, “Vou Never Can Tell," by Bernard Shaw. A few weeks later she was deeted vice-president of the Trojan student body and during the [•resent year her major student ae- iCViNTlNM’TCn OX I.AST l'AGB) *11 bring seven letter men from year’s squad with them, whilo Trojan mentor has but one let ter man on his rolls, Captain Kenney White. The hoop artist> from the North have been at hard practice for seven weeks, while Turner has yet To |»111 iii^ men ihronyh ;i regular worKOilt. Post tool nail season, and an apparent lack of interest in basketball, is the eau^e of lln-stat" of affairs. The onl\ men with basketball aspirations Coach Turner lias been able to scout out iso far have been hard at wo training for the Penn State football game. "University of Southern California •is a member of the Pacific Coast <’on-lerenee. and as such she cannot al ford to ^et the reputation o! being a one-sport institution," says Coach Turner. ".Men who can play basketball are wanted, and wanted badly. (CONTlXFin > ON I'AOH ?> New man* a Shoulder Dislocated in Came “Indian” Newman was more seriously injured in the big game Monday than was at first supposed. His shoulder was dislocated, and the ligaments badly torn. It was found necessary to put his shoulder in a cast and send him to bed. Newman is out of athletics indefinitely and his loss will be a serious blow to Coach Turner’s basketball squad. TROJAN BAND GETS MIGHTY BIG HAND ri:. tail the first time- and marches through that same no:i breakab!. line lor another touendown. PENN AVOIRDUPOIS When it came to avoirdupois »» the Nittany forward wall had it all over the Trojans, but lor irro-sistable fierceness of charge and uncanny ability to play real foot ball, the Trojan forwards mads jan report the supposedly ferocicus Lions ioc t like a fiock of tame kittens. -Tot that those same Lions didn’t fight! They did, and they ptiv all ihey had into the game from j M ajah”Bovard Swears He'll Be At Weddingl iminviiig to ar. hi- hands Iii •rmholes of hi-a a round t h and the i<i< up. Wxi Fniver !<i: "Congra dvaiM ir.t an .Va io:- il »v: ricrally paw. frightened or ha i Bo v Tlte r ula’b i fro in hi *ivel r n-rvoii. tj lindin;/ v* 't. th^: finding • back oi the ehair. he f!ng< rs through h.n stand struighr comptroli-r (.1 tin-••eceiveil rh(- Tro- loo’ j. start to finish, but that a’l lacked face, the lapel seme considerable bit of being with each hearth, encugh to turn back the wearers „Pf»a \n the war. af the Cardinal and Gold. Epics co.»Id be writen about the t**at' !it*o t’allaml. Lowell Lindle; Swetic Anderson. John llawkin . Indian Newman and Kalpli < *i11;: tnitigs performed .Monday. 1 ;d bind made his la->l game ;i' eaplant if the greatest Troian varsity ev s turned out Iii:- best, and v hen yo;i -ay that there ts nolhi:i- more lie said. Babe Calland s v. ork is par excellence. Lowell Lindley. oio* oi the dependable linemen who eve. donned a uniform for the Card mil and Cold, played i is hist -.ram* for his alma mater with the sain (COXTIXCKt* <>N PACK !ing his hiinil. rasped the proffer* d withdraw instan*ly. ; coming over his ii his coat flapping it. Th^ Major has served six years as sradnnfe manager of S. c. buching up asairi'-t soin • nf 'he largest fenr-movoking gritliron m*n in the Wert without howing signs of falrerim;. Ho loel efl as if he Had met his \Yuteri;■»>. iT G TRUF. It's it's ves. it’s truef’ Tli' l;sru‘> t>ip<- f'rgan in tlte riudit'e • Mim v. a b* in. repaired Suddenly if tairst forth i■ 11 a tai!<«- thumlerbob dovar.l jumped ha ti!> from it!-- < hair, taking a .•••«■; oil i !!»;.• of hi.- in.s t>o.uani desk i«» cove: up hi sponta i.eoiis action Then someone drummed oi’i "Wedding Itells" on the loiute t keys of the pipe organ m "NTtxri:i> <»\ paof j> -Courtesy L. A. Time WOODEN HORSE TO RAID CAMPUS SOON l.ast Chance To Face Camera For El Rodeo Only seven hundred pictures have been taken in the campus studio. This leaves four hundred or more still to be taken for Et Rodeo. The photographer will remain at U. S. C. for a few more days and students must take advantage of the Students who expected to purchase | copies of the Wooden Horse upon returning to school after the holidays are requested to hold on to their quar ters for some time yet. No definite date is given for the appearance of ihe Wooden Horse, since a complete change of policy may cause a lengthy delay in the assembly of the magazine. According to the latest plans, the1 Wooden Horse is expected to follow the general plan of the most advanced literary magazines. The coming issue will be radically different from ihe tirst issue which was published last spring. The editors have decided to change the makeup as well as the policy. The new magazine will have an entirely uew cover. Larger type will be used, and there will be only one column ot printing on each. page. Original and startling maauscript^ last chance” are dctirtd by the editors Oalv man The char3c i uscripts ot the highest literary quality Press Club Meets Press Club will enjoy a brief meeting tomorrow noon. Very urgent business will be taken up at twelve o’clock in the Trojan office, including definite plans for the Annual Newspaper Day, which will be held on the campus January 18. As the Trojan Press Club will be the hosts of the affair. I every member must function. Attendance at tomorrow's meeting is imperative. EDITOR OF THE TROJAN. to appear in the book made at he camous studio on the sec- I will be considered, according to Allen longs to the Signs O'. tNTIXCt'D Phi •x r Nut hin>. ACt: 41 J ond floor of the Journalism Building I Siple. associate editor of the Wooden is only one dollar. Hoc By Arnold Eddy Marching before the mass ol spec taiors who saw the Tournament ot Hoses parade and playing at the sta dium before a throng of forty thou sand, the band of the Fniversity of Southern California rose oil New Years Day. As the Trojan team was a credit to the West, so was that I white clad Trojan band a credit to the ■ West. I The serpentine of the band, an unusual formation for a musical or;;ani- j ’ sat ion, was given a rousing cheer by the fans. The Trojan band has been watched with interest all season because of its ability to perform the ' unusual. The band banner which was used in the parade was presented by the University Extension Department through Director Harold J. Stonier. It is rumored that the S. C. band j will play at the San Bernardino Orange Show and then again in Fresno El Rodeo will be on sale today and at the Annual Kaisin Show, tomorrow at the south ticket office in Cassatt Griffin, band pie.-ddent. - i the Administration Building. nounced January 13 as the date set tot The order for the El Rodeo covers the trip Up Mount I.owe at the baud must be placed at once in the East, supper belt! in the college tea rooi so this will be the last possible last night. Over fi ft > men were pi»s chance to reserve one of the 600-p^ge ent at the supper which L* a riont il> annuals. The bok aells for four-fifty; even? ihree dollars is paid now and a dollar ; and e half on receipt of the boo*. Only four hundred books were sold on December 7 and 8. and Manager Arnold Eddy believes it will be possl bie to sell at least a thousand on the | wife. Professor and Mis Liberal Arts campus alone. Avenue. DRAMATIC SOCIETY SELECTS PLEDGES Lance and Lute Honorary Dramatic Fraternity held pledging ceremony December lioth for those chosen a.3 eligible for membership upon their j work in the recent oratory play. Alice Sit-by the-Fire." The selection was a hard task, as ihe constitution of the organization allows only a certain per centage of any cast to l»e taken as pledges, and all members f.-lt that the whole cast did work worthy of membership. After a long and careful de liberation tin* following were offered membership and accepted as pledges: Lucile Mc.Murrin. Ruth Canary. Phoebe iSisclioand Mom McMillan. Lance and ! Lute wishes at this time to publicly commend the work of the entire cast, the work of Miss Hubbard, the director. and the play as a whole. CAPTAIN CALLAND HATES TO LEAVE FEMININE FANS Girls who are intending to try out for basketball, be sure and report to the gym this Thursday at noon. ? El Rodeo to Go On I Sale A vain Today Protestor F rank M. Life, head ot tin Fhyaics Department of the Univer ity of Arizona, sp.-n* th*' Christmas ho!i days a? tile borne ot his brother and A C. Life. "Penn State was a strong team and fought a clean hard 1 ii: 1»t all the way. I believe the reason we were able to defeat them was that every man on the squad trained to the lx-st of Iii.’ ability, and put everything into the game.” says Babe Calland. "The fellows this year have shown a wonderful spirit, both on the field and off. and I sincerely regr°t that ! can’t be with the Trojan football family the nf-xt season *o l»e;ir C;»l. in "2''. ' SKULL AND DAGGER MEETS FRIDAY NOON There will be a very important meeting of Skull and Dagger ?t Hill's palatial banquet suite, ac cording to Prexy Al Wesson, on Friday noon, January 5th. All active anfl alumni members in the* university zre expccted to be present. HUNTER PRAISES TROJAN PLAYERS I’.ili Hunter, who « oaehes the Trojan backfield and teaches the fundamentals of the game to the entirn squad, said that Henderson’s ability to put ou; a top-notch team was shown in the New Year's game. Gloom y’s assistant made the following stale men to the "Trojans" "I S. C. scored l»oth touchdown on straight football, tlte only team lo score on IVnn Slate 1»> this route in spite of ihe Lions three previous de teats. "The best team won and i; was a rare treat to see tlo* brand of ft>ot-ball displayed in that game. I S. C. fights clean and to the iast whistle and with this spirit a part of every man on the squad it makes it a privilege to work with them. Henderson has demonstrated that his football is of the besi and that his squad has wonderful spirit. I have enjoyed wroking with ihe m*-n and regret ihat there has to be i-niors on football teams. One « an t say enough about such men as Cap tain Calland. Lindley. Baker, Galloway. Leahy, and Tiernan and it is going to be hard to replace them " ELMER TURNS TO GOLF NOW C.olf is absorbing the interest of Elmer Henderson. The famous coach of the Trojan lion tamers has turned his fancy lightly from thoughts of finding a way to make a hole in the Penn State line to how to fill up the holes on the golf course. Henderson stated he was satisfied with the showing of “hi* boys’ New Year s. It was th^ proudest moment of my football life." was smilin’ Elmer’s statement. GIRLS. ATTENTION! Lcok in Y. W. C. A. bo*eu for im-t portant notices immediately.
|Title||The Southern California Trojan, Vol. 14, No. 42, January 04, 1923|
On the Lookout
TRO-JANuary First Favorable Mention Credit to Henderson Also Herd, Hunter, Hess football Players Did Beat Surprise Party
GL i BOOSTING HAbI i
Read Trojan advertisements and patronize the advertisers. Feel that wlow of pride which conges to a hearty booster, uinJ toll the inerrii&nt you saw his ad u>
TROJANS HAVE ElG day on TRO _
JANuary. as one will notice by the XIV
results of the Pent; State game, the U. S. C. band leading the Tournament of Rotes parade, the U S. C banners floating from nearly every telephone fjoie "iong the Im* of the promer.?de .r.d the engagement of two Trojans, tierdme J.ici'ftwn r.nd Worran 3cvz>rc!.
Feel ihe (2Ion) oi a Booster's Pride
Los Angels, California, Thursday, January 4. 1923
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