Daily Trojan, Vol. 25, No. 141, May 23, 1934
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Phone RI 4111 Mgr. Sta. 226 Editor, Sta. 227 SOUTHERN DAILY CALIFORNIA TROJAN United Pres* World Wide New* Service 'olun>e XXV roy Will Be Hosts To Student Executives From 12 Nearby Colleges Today r semblyToBe eature of S.C. .oodwill Meet ^Los Angeles, California, Wednesday, May 23, 1934 Number 140 Hands Across the City •25 Classes Cancelled For Special Program; Hendricks lo Talk _ the promotion of ln-»te friendship ln southern a Troy will act as host to indent leaders of educational itions today in which several have been arranged to en-j tbe visiting dignitaries. The marks the first time that a ! day" has been held o t!.e ; campus. event follows closely on the exchange assembly lor the j g purpose of inter-college fei- i | Sip given by S. C. at the U. C. A, campus before the student ot the Westwood Institution. j Assembly at 11:30 opening event will be a spe-usembly beginning at 11:30 in 3d auditorium in which Law-Prltchard, S. C. student presand Porter Hendricks, U. C. leader, will address the audl-Classes at 11:25 will be extoday, Pritchard announced, the introductory talks He two student body presidents i two leading educational in-s of this section of the state, entertainment will be of-Sherman Jensen, student of the day's program, has for tills additional fea- Debate Banquet, Two 0thers Die Will End Season In Plane Crash D.t-Campua Entertainment I Contlntilng the effort to increase goodwill among south-i Robinson and his orchestta ern California educational institutions, the flrst Trojan col-x featured with entertainers lege day will welcome 12 student body leaders to the campus. Foste rand Betty Roth, * Lawrence Pritchard, A.S.U.S.C, president, ls shown shaking Jimmie Qrier s Biltmore bowl hands with Porter Hendricks, U.C.L.A. student executive, just •.eBiairof H^roid^obcrts'^Ir- ■ before the recent Westwood Junior-senior football struggle, n. Campus talent will be pro-1 Hendricks will speak at the all-U assembly ln Bovard at 11:25. when acts are offered by Mary - Betz, violinist, and Helen _ _ _ I yi rf . cwomega^trio,^ccompariltd Ronnnot Former Trojan, jBco Sherwood. '’lowing this program the vis-student body presidents will 4 a luncheon to be held In the of the Student Union. Out-Trojan campus leaders, Dean Cromwell ,and Dean jil Bacon will speak. Russ Bob Haugh, John Leach, J rtousso, Ed Jones, Worth Ber-Tony Beard, Julie Bescos, ^Caveney, John Webber, Irvine jirton, and Sherman Jensen iincluded among the S. C. lead-1 <ilo will be present. Griffith to Sing 3er Griffith, ex-gridder and of note, will offer vocal se-following the conclusion of itoief speeches of welcome. Fred . will accompany him. ‘ day’s activities will conclude ■he holding of a dinner at the ifity club this evening. Dr. touton. vice-president of ttaiversity, will give the address l~ evening. Lewis C. Gough, alumni association, C?8® 8 c student body lead-L five an introductory word -sting. tup Contest To Begin Friday ■Sf f*test, ln which S.C. th.1 compete to deter-&, a^rs°n who is most adept “ ’ M.. jmake‘UP- WaS an’ yesterday by Dr. Boris V. associate professor of *Phy. Z"h° wlstl to enter the , ..,““re t0 report on either i cr 'v^ning in the ' Of their le8e with a la n “tection. Judg- wilj V^rUon ot the con* isoo ,nrrf d at thal t'me. f0li ^ essay on any one Wflcar?* Sub^ects completes SMssof entrance to ■UD . l0.ry oi Make-up; Up- ? Art: Purpose of Cow< H1«h u»hts 5 ar, , I. Characterization. 1 awarded at the let to be (Sm*?”1 WorkslloP bote] ^ in the Roose-“ri »• The Walt DIs-ttl p.,,1 wthf best cartoon »w>tton award for the Vt »ni W*ture produced by fc^be presented at the oil Wil1 old Election Today ^®eta Chl, pro-^temif . transporta- tb* J?' ,wll> elect officer* K*f^i^atl0n for the •“etlne at lts regular Senior, Bowen Cup Awards To Be Presented at Dinner Tonight Troy's nationally-ranked men's debaters will officially conclude the 1934 season tonight with the holding of the annual debate banquet at 6:30 o’clock in the legislative council room on the fourth floor of the Student Union. Awards to senior members of the team, Worth Bernard, Russell Nlxon, and John Raymond, and to six winners of Bowen cups will be officially presented. The Bowen cup competition was held early in the fall semester. Speeches will be made by Coach Alan Nichols, Bates Booth, assistant professor of public administration and speech, and Ray K. Immel, director of the School of Speech. Toasts will be proposed by former captains of the varsity team. Including Glenn Jones, Ames Crawford, Gregson Bautzer, Arthur Syverston, Roy Brennan, and Roland Maxwell. “All members of both the varsity and freshman team are Invited to attend. “Bob Trapp, frosh manager and chairman of the arrangements committee declared yesterday. "With the price of the dinner only 75 cents per plate, a large number of Trojan foren-slsts will be expected.” The frosh team, under the direction of Ames Crawford, last year's varsity captain, won all but two debates. Bob Feder, frosh affirmative speaker, recently won the valued Ames cup competition for the outstanding first-year de Kenneth Gardener, former S. C. athlete, and two passengers were burned to death yesterday when their rented airplane crashed ln flames near Inglewood. The dead, besides Gardner, who was piloting the plane, and who was attached to the army air corps at March field, Riverside, Included R. C. Sitzman, Los Angeles, and an unidentified woman, possibly Mrs. Sitzman. Gardener ran the two-mile on Coach Dean Cromwell’s varsity track squad, and was a member of Slgma Chi. Gardener rented the plane at a nearby airport and with his two passengers ascended to an altitude of 1200 feet. Witnesses said the ship went into a stall and then into a tailspln, plunging into an open field. The occupants were seen struggling to escape. House Inquiry Of NRA Asked By Republican Recommends Abandonment Of Plan ‘If Darrow Findings Right’ 'Arrogance’ Exhibited by Gen. Johnson, Charge Made by Solon WASHINGTON. May 22.—(U.R)— Demands for abolition of NRA and charges that Administrator Hugh S. Johnson exhibited ‘'intemperate, military arrogance” tonight kept the NRA-Darrow con-troversary raging. Declaring lf the Darrow board's findings are right, "NRA should be abolshed by act of congress before adjournment,” Rep. Fred A. Britten, R., 111., Introduced a resolution asking house Investigation of NRA and the Darrow report. The resolution would prevent President Roosevelt from abolishing the board May 31. Sen. Gerald P. Nye, R., N. D., sponsor of the Darrow board, said he hoped congressional action like that proposed by Britten would be taken. Then ln a senate speech he went on to bitter denunciation of NRA and Johnson. ‘Entrenches Trusts’ "Monopolies and trusts have become more powerfully entrenched than they have ever been entrenched before,” he said. "We must draw only one conclusion from the attitude shown since the Darrow report by departments of government in this administration—that there ls little or no sympathy left for the small business man.” The blue eagle, Nye said. “Is a bird of happiness for a few, but a bird of prey for the masses and the small independent business man.” Developments Uaied Other developments Ui the con-troversary: 1. Johnson met cries for abandonment of NRA by shaking down its organization toward a permanent basis. 2. Johnson disclosed he had laid before the president substitute plans to replace the present code system for service trades and small Industries. 3. The federal trade commission prepared for test cases on com-plaints of “Uttle fellows” against the steel and dry cleaning codes. NRA charged Johnson had displayed •’Intemperate, military arrogance since he assumed leadership of NRA, which has completely demoralized NRA's personnel.” He predicted “wholesale resignations" from NRA after congress adjourns. The senator said It was regrettable that the Darrow-Thompson supplementary report, urging socialized control of Industry, had received so much attention. S.C. Will Offer Radio Training Students interested ln taking a course next fall which will combine the writing and presentation of radio programs with the study of government are asked to meet William Henley ln 112 Old College during assembly hour tomorrow. Presentation of a series of "Government ln Action" programs similar to those broadcast over KNX this spring ls contemplated. The class which would give credit . - — --------- - both In government and ln speech, bat*r. The southern California units of credit frosh title was won by the B.C. » team of Feder and Jack Casstevens at the annual Caltech tournament. Troy's successful women debat-ors will Join with the men's squad at the banquet. New Orchestra Hired To Appear at Kappa Delta Benefit Dance Changing plans which announced that Bob Millar's orchestra would play for the Kappa Delta benefit which will be given Saturday evening, May 26, at 9:00 p.m.. Fred Flett’s orchestra has been chosen to play for the dance in the Kappa Delta house, 800 Hil-gard street, Westwood. Jayne Higgins, one of the “Three Coeds,” radio and movie entertainers, will feature the entertainment for the evening Tickets may be obtained from members of Kappa Delt* Lawless Will Lead By-Liners Chapter Tom Lawless, day editor of the Dally Trojan, was elected president of By-Liners, professional Journalism fraternity, at the annual election held last night ln the Metropole cafe. Dale Frady, also a day editor, and Phil JuergenB, feature editor of the student newspaper, were chosen as vice-president and secretary-treasurer, respectively. In their last monthly dinner meeting of the semester, the newspaper group heard Roy C. Bennett, for seven years editor of the Manila Bulletin, talk on "Foreign Correspondence.” Mr. Bennett was formerly correspondent In China for the Chicago Tribune. Initiation ceremonies were held for Frady, Oareth Muchmore. Phil Juergens, and Hal Klelnschmldt. Bill Payette and Vernon Bank were officially welcomed as pledges. Outgoing officers of the organization, which ls composed of students actively engaged ln work on the Dally Trojan, are president, Ernest Foster, managing editor of the paper; vice-president, Wendell Sether. editor; secretary- Jack Frankish Named to Daily Trojan Editorship Council Accepts Elections Report Fiery Debates Mark Session Of Legislators Committee Appointed To Suggest Reforms in Voting System Amid a flurry of debate that lasted two hours, the legislative council last night accepted the report of Bernard Hirschfleld, elections commissioner, thereby approving the student body election of May 11. At the same time charges of abuses and ballot stuffing caused the council to make plans for correcting the existing electoral system. President Lawrence Pritchard stated that he would appoint a committee to Investigate the elec-ltons and suggest reforms. He Indicated that council members returning next year would be asked to serve. The committee will make its report at the next meeting, he said. Signed Statements Sensational charges of ballot stuffing came from Fred Williams, president of the College of Engineering, who presented signed statements from students that ballot boxes had not been sealed, that ballots had been “stuffed,” and that deputy election commissioners were guilty of violations of election rules. He produced a statement from police handwriting experts that IR ballots had been marked by one person, and that 7 ballots had been altered. He read statements-saylng that election workers had looked at ballots before placing them ln the boxes. Nicholas Heeres of the College of Pharmacy suggested that the election be thrown out. Protests Are Made This aroused a storm of protest from John Houser, law; Paul Rousso, commerce; and Pete Caveney, Knight president . "How can we be sure that the crosses are Identical?" asked Houser. The ballots ln question were passed around for examination by the council. “How do we know In whose behalf the ballots were marked?" asked Caveney. “There were seven candidates on the ballot.” Vote System Blamed To Caveney's statement that “lt looked Uke sour grapes,” Watson Rose, campaign manager for Worth Bernard, presidential candidate. said: “The Issue is not to reject the election. We have all faith ln the ability and character of Bob Haugh and ln the honesty and efficiency of Bernard Hirshfield. The point ls that elections have been this way for years, yet no one Individual ls to blame. It’s the electroal system, which we must, ln the Interest of the stu-(Contlnued on Page Three) S. C. Engineers To Hear Talks In order to orient the students of the College of Engineering ln their professional fields, a group of Instructors wtll give five minute talks tomorrow morning at 11:55 ln Science haU, room 159. The following Instructors will speak: Professors L. D. Roberts, chemical engineering; William O. Angermann, electrical; Sidney F. Duncan, mechanical; Albert Stev- Eight Prominent Women Model for Final Wampus Edition To Appear Today Concluding one of its most successful season* in several years, the Wampus will be published today with an added content of articles of distinct campus Interest. The customary price of 10 cents a copy will be maintained. Eight prominent S.C. women will appear as models ln the regular fashion section edited by*wlUi local and national Ji Eloise Davies, “Trends At Troy.” They are:' Maxine Adams, Jane Reynolds, Gladlus Davidson, Dorothy and Margaret 8tevens, Dixie North, Jean McCulloch, and Phyllis Norton. Three students will be honored by portraits In the “Among Those Present” page: Wendell Sether, Phyllis Norton, and Arnold Tilden. This page, according to Les Koritz, Wampus editor, ls designed to "give credit where It ls due, and there only.” The persons whose portraits are presented on lt are students whose extra-curricular and scholastic careers have been of signal merit. An "Interview” with Dale Hilton, editor of the W Rodeo, will be published, accompanied by a caricature of Hilton drawn by Roberta Board. BUI Roberts, associate Wampus editor, ls the author. An anonymous correspondent known only as "PHX1000” ls the writer of the “lowdown" on student secretaries who work In the various offices ln the Student Union. "Behind The Music" wlll deal chestra gossip, and "Theatre” will pass ln review the outstanding local stage and screen productions now current. Bob Monosmlth Is the author of the film reviews. Contributors of cartoons and other art work to the May Issue Include Jack Lawrence, art editor; Roberta Board, James Appleby, and Carl Van Leuven. The Wampus policy of “one exchange cartoon a month” will be upheld also. Many short Items and Jokes wlll be found In this edition, the work of the Wampus staff and allied Joke-gatherers as well as exchange humor from other cortege comics. Contributors of editorial copy Include Irving Klubok, Jack Swarthout, Frank Freidel, Hal Oordon, and Dick Nash. "Persons Interested ln working on either editorial or business staffs next year should Interview the head of their particular department before final examinations,” Koritz stated last night. “We expect to expand the size and scope of the magazine next year, and the new editor and business manager wlll be at work before this year Is out." Music Numbers To Be Given at Assembly Today Two advanced students of the School of Music, Everett Crosby, baritone, and Ruth Watanabe, pianist, will present a program ln assembly today. Dean Max van Leuven Swarthout ls ln charge. The songs to be presented by Everett Crosby are: "Tre Gloml," by Pertolese; "Pleading" by Kramer; “Trade Wind" by Keel; “An Old 8ong Resung'' by Qrlffls; and "Sentry Song" from the light opera. “Olanthe.” He will be accompanied by George Lawson. The piano numbers Include: "The Snow ls Dancing,” and “Little Shephard," by Debussy; “In-termerao. No. 2 and 117" by Brahms; and "Scherzo ln E minor" by Mendelssohn. Alumni GroupWork Will Be Explained Byron C. Hanna, president of the Southern California Business Men's association, will be the main speaker on a program to acquaint members of the University college with the functions and purposes of the B.C. Alumni association, which wUl be given tomorrow evening from 6:15 to 7:15 ln the Transportation building Mr. Hanna ls of the class of '10. Other speakers on the program will Include Lewis Gough, executive secretary of the alumni association. who will speak on the scope and activities ot the association, and Verna O. Hale, and Samuel Fitch. Hale ls prlnlcpal of San Pasquale school, Los Angeles, and Fitch ls a teacher at Washington high school. Both of the ens, petroleum; David M. Wilson, _______ _______ _____ A0** Ollbert H. Dunstan, civil and ' speakers are alumni of University nui pTeuef daV editor general engineering, respectively. college, where they did all of their and publicity chairman, Jed Ost- I All students ln the College of En- | college work and received their i ling, sports columnist. _ I glneerlng are Invited to attend. 1 degrees. ‘Painter of Dreams,’ S.C. Opera, To Be Given Tonight * * » 4- **** * * * * **** * * AU-Student Ca»t Will Present Com po.it iono f School ot Music Faculty in Bovardat^l5_ ~7 . . _f sn*mnna college will be guest conduc-* Set ln an art gallery of the .-student cast or ____from vr#>rmnolit&n museum, the modem With an all members "The Painter of Dreams one-act opera composed by Charles Pemberton, professor of composition of the School of Music and Nell Ames, noted librettist, will have Its premiere performance, tonight at 8:15 o'clock in Bovard auditorium. Students admission for the S.C. production will be a "under the general direction of Horatio Cogswell, chairman of the voice departmitit of the School of Music, students from the Sc*10"1 of Speech, the School of Music, and the department of I”u*lcaJ °7‘ ganizatlons wUl be presented ln the meJdem opera. Herbert Gray, member of the music faculty of ®o- tor for the evening. Proceeds from the opera wlll be devoted to the scholarship loan fund of the School of Music. Mary Elizabeth Waldorf, winner of the Lawrence Tlbbett scholarship ln voice, will sing the soprano role of the "dream girl," as the leading feminine member of the cast James Fish, tenor, wUl take the male lead. Other roles will be Margaret Wright, contralto; Margaret Lathing, mezzo-soprano; Leland Oreen, bass; Kenneth Raa-ley and William Budd, baritones Selected members al the glee clubs and the symphony orchestra wlll take part in the prolog and choruses. Metropolitan museum, the modem opera will be given entirely ln English. Professor Cogswell commends the furthering of musical productions ln the mode of present-day speech. An exhibition of paintings from the Painters and Sculptor's club wUl lend an authentic artistic atmosphere to M»e production. Sponsoring the opera are the Women Councilors, Town and Gown elub, Faculty Women’s club. Faculty Wives club, and Trojan Women Assisting Professor Cogswell with details of the opera and supervision of the performance tonight are J. Arthur Lewis, director of the Trojan Glee clubs; ) Alexander Stewart, lecturer choral and orchestral conducting; Harold William Roberto, director of musical organizations; Leland Auer and Miss Helen Ogg, Mabel Woodworth, assistant professor In the School of kfuslc, is helping with rehearsals Pemberton, besides his work on “The Painter of Dreams" has composed classical musical numbers. Some of these compositions have been Included ln the concert programs of the Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra. Ames, who has achieved distinction as the youngest Ubrettlst ln America, ls affiliated with an eastern music magazine. Radio Group To Stage Banquet Gamma Beta Alpha To Be Given Student Charter At Dinner Tonight In response to popular demand from many quarters of tho campus the Inaugural banquet of Oamma Beta Alpha, professional radio fraternity, to be held tonight at 6:30 o'clock ln the Student Union grill, wlll be open to all students, whether or not affiliated with the organisation or the radio department, acoordlng to BUI Plguet, president of the group. Outstanding men from the Los Angeles broadcasting stations will be present and address thc group on their actlvlUes ln the commercial brosdcastlng world. Paul Rlchenbacher, production manager of KHJ, wUl talk on how programs are arranged. Carl Haverlln, business manager of KFI wlll speak on radio salesmanship. Naylor Rogers, general manager of KNX will talk on station management and opportunities for college men and women ln the radio Industry. Other professional men who wlll be present include: Jose Rodriquez, editor of KFI; Van C. Newkirk, program manager of KNX; Bernie Milligan, radio editor of the L. A. Examiner; and Eugene Inge, radio editor of the L. A. Herald-Express. Roberts, Bryan, Koritz To Head Other Staffs Legislative Council Passea On Recommendations of Student Board Jack Frankish was elected editor of the Dally Trojan for 1934-35 by the legislative council last night, following recommendation of the board of student publications. Paul Bryan was named El Rodeo editor, and Bill Roberts wUl be tlie ncw Wampus editor. Les Koritz wUl edit the freshman handbook. The DaUy Trojan business staff will be headed by Tom Bonney, whUo Lawrence Simon and Simeon Baldwin will be business managers ot El Rodeo and the Wampus. Francis Clsllnl was named business manager of the summer school Trojan and the freshman handbook. Active Worker Frankish has been acUve on the DaUy Trojan since entering the university from Chaffey Union high school ln 1931 on a rcholar-ship ln the School of Journalism. During his freshman year, he acted as reporter and assistant day editor, working as a day editor last year. This year, he ls serving as assistant editor of the publication. He ls a member of Slgma Nu, By-Liners, and U pledged to Slgma Slgma. During the latter part of this year he has written "Mud tn Your Eye,” campus scandal column. Bryan has served on the El Rodeo staff this year as associate editor. He ls a member of Alpha Kappa Psl, professional commerce fraternity, and is president of Hlg-ma Alpha Epsilon. Roberts Is now associate editor of the Wampus and has been • contributor for the past three years. He entered the university on an honor scholarship from Fairfax high school and ls a varsity letterman ln tennis. Ilunlnma Manager Bonney has served on the Dally Trojan staff this year as assistant business manager. He ls a member of the lnterfraternlty council and ls enrolled ln the College of Commerce. Bet* Kappa ls his fraternity. Simon Is the assistant business manager of El Rodeo. He ls a member of the Trojan Squires and ls a member of Zeta Beta Tau. Baldwin 1s now assistant business manager of the Wampus, and served as advertising manager last year. He Is a member of Kappa Alpha, the Advertising club, and Alpha Delta Sigma, professional advertising fraternity. Korlts has been editor of th* Wampus this year, while Clsllnl has headed the business staff td the DaUy Trojan. Alpha Chi Alpha To Have Dinner Honoring Its four graduating senior members and commemorating the founding of the Zeta chapter at B.C., Alpha Chl Alpha, honorary national Journalism sorority, will hold a dinner tonight st 6:30 o'clock at the Paulals cafe, Shatto and 7th streets. Margaret Walters, retiring president, Joy Camp, Christy Fox, and Sonia Turney wlll be the seniors to be feted. Special guests are to be Dr. Mary Sinclair Crawford, dean of women; Rita Padway, national president of Alpha Chl Alpha; Grace Walker, director of the University News bureau; Mrs. Elizabeth Hawkins Jones, fellow ln Journalism; and Virginia Smith and Marian Evans Brooks, alumnae and former members of Alpha Chl Alpha. Scout Group Will Go To Eagle Rock Today Under the sponsorship of Dr. Francis Bacon, members of Alpha Phi Omega, former Boy Scout fraternity, wlU take a trip to Eagle Rock, hoping to stimulate interest interest ln the University of Southern California among the students of the high school. The program which they have planned Will be given today at noo% Advertising Gronp Will Hear Bushnell Anson Bushnell, advertising manager in Los Angeles for th* Christian Sclcnce Monitor, wlH give a talk on advertising at » meeting of the Advertising elub, tonight, when he speaks on “Ad-Mission.” The meeting which wlll start at 8:30 o’clock in the Cat and Fiddle at Wilshire and Fairfax, Is open to students and friends of the members ln the university ao-j cording to Delbert Brown, president of the organization. Bushnell ls an associate member, of Alpha Delta Slgma. naUonsl honorary men’s fraternity, and was formerly employed In the advertising office of the Pasadena Star-News. and the Chicago Rec-ord-Herald. New members wUl be Initiated following the dinner and speech and Harold M us toe will be presented with the gavel by the outgoing president, Delbert Brown. Other officers to be Installed are: Phyflls HUI, vlcc-presldent; Eloise Davies, secretary; and Bob Ralston, treasurer. Dr. Ralph Flewelling To Address Forum Members of the YJ^ C.A. forum will hear Dr. Ralph Tyler Flewell-Ing, director of the School of PhU-osophy, tell “What Religion Means to Me," at the meeting which will be held today at 12:15 pm. ln ths University Methodist church. Officers who have recently been elected for the coming term for the Trojan “Y" wlU be Installed at this time as part of the program. They are: Scott Brewer, president: Norman Lehman, vice-president; Wilfred 8mlth. secretary; John Never, treasurer; and James Davis, deputation.
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 25, No. 141, May 23, 1934|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
Phone RI 4111 Mgr. Sta. 226 Editor, Sta. 227
United Pres* World Wide New* Service
roy Will Be Hosts To Student Executives From 12 Nearby Colleges Today
semblyToBe eature of S.C.
^Los Angeles, California, Wednesday, May 23, 1934
Hands Across the City
•25 Classes Cancelled For Special Program; Hendricks lo Talk
_ the promotion of ln-»te friendship ln southern a Troy will act as host to indent leaders of educational itions today in which several have been arranged to en-j tbe visiting dignitaries. The marks the first time that a ! day" has been held o t!.e ; campus.
event follows closely on the exchange assembly lor the j g purpose of inter-college fei- i | Sip given by S. C. at the U. C.
A, campus before the student ot the Westwood Institution. j Assembly at 11:30 opening event will be a spe-usembly beginning at 11:30 in 3d auditorium in which Law-Prltchard, S. C. student presand Porter Hendricks, U. C. leader, will address the audl-Classes at 11:25 will be extoday, Pritchard announced, the introductory talks He two student body presidents i two leading educational in-s of this section of the state, entertainment will be of-Sherman Jensen, student of the day's program, has for tills additional fea-
Debate Banquet, Two 0thers Die
Will End Season In Plane Crash
D.t-Campua Entertainment I Contlntilng the effort to increase goodwill among south-i Robinson and his orchestta ern California educational institutions, the flrst Trojan col-x featured with entertainers lege day will welcome 12 student body leaders to the campus.
Foste rand Betty Roth, * Lawrence Pritchard, A.S.U.S.C, president, ls shown shaking Jimmie Qrier s Biltmore bowl hands with Porter Hendricks, U.C.L.A. student executive, just •.eBiairof H^roid^obcrts'^Ir- ■ before the recent Westwood Junior-senior football struggle, n. Campus talent will be pro-1 Hendricks will speak at the all-U assembly ln Bovard at 11:25.
when acts are offered by Mary -
Betz, violinist, and Helen _ _ _ I yi rf .
cwomega^trio,^ccompariltd Ronnnot Former Trojan,
'’lowing this program the vis-student body presidents will 4 a luncheon to be held In the of the Student Union. Out-Trojan campus leaders,
Dean Cromwell ,and Dean jil Bacon will speak. Russ Bob Haugh, John Leach,
J rtousso, Ed Jones, Worth Ber-Tony Beard, Julie Bescos,
^Caveney, John Webber, Irvine jirton, and Sherman Jensen iincluded among the S. C. lead-1