Daily Trojan, Vol. 23, No. 102, March 07, 1932
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phone RI. 4111 Editor Sta. 227 gu*. Mgr. 226 SOUTHERN DAI LY CALIFORNIA TROJAN Unit e d Pres s Wor ld Wid e News S ervic [ EAGLE AH OF ERWORLD pledges Support ch For Lost dbergh Baby -I. Mar. «—
)-Sal-' whose word !• law , York underworld, today , search through the .rioni of thieve*, racket-' r, and dopes over !w.f°r clues to the kid-' riirlp* Augustus Lind- racketeer —him-r.,ho claims to govern ^ by "square dealing *n b) pin. *a» armed by -rfti and Anne Morrow "wtth MU authority to *tht b»by matchers. (),p Lindberghs had turn--it»ir. after four days of ^lice activities had de-(k, substantial thread that ■j to a solution of the authorize Spltale and a" the Lindberghs wrote, "our go-between. We will ■jr any other method sug-the kidnapers that we -j* will bring the return IT word? "any other method by the kidnapers" some read tonight a significant that the Lindberghs ■underworld leaders — al-certaln information In .vs; ion which would give I nieces*. it was believed that ; a final, desperate move by rrghs. enlisting the under-stbelr side in the name of uind granting aditional as-}ij the kidnapers that they “safely" with the nego- t»r the answer to those , Spitale and hls body-dramitically recruited jause. disappeared in the ;»f lower New York on their ]of mystery and mercy. ii known to have admit-i he is faced with the possi-'t unateurs committed the io, his efforts at persuad-Wnipers to trust him wiil »it. But if the kidnaping wnplished by any person the racket world, he is t ot a "break," loing to make every pos-he was quoted as say-t finance the search myself i no request to Col. Lind-I fitter before or after. Los Angeles, California, Monday, March 7, 1932. No. 102 MUNICIPAL JUDGE SECURED TO HEAR PEOPLE VS. ADAMS James H. Pope Will Try Practice Court Trial Wed. Afternoon •lames H. Pope, municipal judge, will sit in department two of the superior court of the S.C. School of Law, Wednesday afternoon when members of the Town and Gown club hear student lawyers present the criminal case of People vs. Adams. The practice trial is scheduled to take place in Porter hall at 2:30 o'clock with Carlos Mangham and L. E. Drumm, prosecuting, and Sam Kurland and Henry Traub, defending the accused. Frank Adams, who is to be impersonated by Sam Gates, freshman law student is to be tried for the first degree murder of his father-in-law, whom he claims to have shot in self-defense. The case of Andrew Martin, accused murderer, will go before a Jury in Practice Judge Rufus Bailey’s court tomorrow. W. Wallace Trau, clerk of the practice court, has named two panels of law students composed of 39 freshmen, from which the juries will be selected by counsels for the alleged murderers. Defense attorneys Hurley, Sin-ram, and Gould have not, up to the present time, indicated the way in which they will meet the prosecution's case. Clerk Trau was unable to give any information as to the students who will be sub-poened as witnesses on behalf of lun successful or not. I ' Martin, so that the line of de* * children of my own, and I fense remains a matter of pure [to* he must feel.” | speculation. It is expected that Martin would plead not guilty. CAMPUS TO HEAR NOTED PLAYWRIGHT Clayton Hamilton To Air Views On “Modern French Drama” Recognized for a quarter of a century as one of America’s foremost authorities on the drama, Clayton Hamilton, editor, author, and playwright, will lecture this afternoon at 1 o’clock in Bowne hall. The speaker, presented on the campus by Kpsllon Phi, honorary Kngllsh fraternity, has announced ‘‘Modern French Drama" as his subject. He will apeak again on Wednesday at 2 p.m. In Bowne hall on "Appreciation of Modern Drama.’’ Both lectures are free to the public, according to the announce ment of the English department. Mr. Hamilton began his career as lecturer In the department of English at Columbia university where he served as assistant to Prof. Brander Matthews. He num bers several prominent modern playwrights among the many stir dents who attended the Saturday morning class in contemporary drama which he conducted for 20 consecutive year*. At the age of 21. 3 years after taking his Master's degree at Columbia, he produced his flrst play on Broadway, a one-act melodrama called "The Stranger at the Inn Some of hls later plays, ln which he collaborated with A. E. Thomas, are “The Big Idea," "Thirty Days,” and "The Better Understanding." The restoraUon of “Cyrano de Bergerac” to the stage by Walter Hampden, who is now appearing ln the production in Los Angeles Is credited to the efforts of Hamil-tos who was a classmate of Hampden’s in both school and college. Both men are members of the exclusive club of actors and artists known as "The Players'' which was founded by Edwin Booth. The speaker served for six years as secretary of this group Candidates May Acqidre New Petitions Petitions for the offices of president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer of the Women's Self Government association are available ln Student Union 234 between 11-12 a.m. and 2-3 p.m. Candidates may secure petition forms from Phyllis Doran in the above office at any date they choose. Office seekers muat have a “C” average to be eligible. Wednesday. March 30, at 3 p. m. is the final date for the presentation of petitions. MOCKERS NEW CLUB r* by the alumni, Dr. Fran-Counsellor of men, and Bushard, the New York -Posed of natives, of New > former residents of the organizing on the S.C. The second meeting of r *ill be held tomor-*t 8 p.m. in the “Y” L?* of bring together U from New York state. »ai the further purpose °g Prospective students C* hom,“" Plans of the IJ |o sponsor the organl-toilar clubs for every Rented on the campua the slate organ! la-[bJ6 the exam* L •••tern universities In li°nn<1 tblB plan very 1, ‘" University rushing,” ,7*nce White, chairman Th 8 Or^anization com- I * ubB are non-politi- ___ 1 *y Wives’ Club Comic Affair jt |kft^*r ,u the entertaln-1 xn- Dual faculty Hard „ ’• a committee in of hi *ffair **as Planned « tajMrou. skits to be *111 w. , * lhp dinner. The i. bul.5f d lu ,he Physical ng- Saturday nlgbt. Research Series Being Conducted To Restore Sight Dr. Ernest A. Hutchinson, chairman of the department of physlcs-optics at S.C., ls conducting a series of experiments In returning the eyesight of those who have lost the practical use of either eye due to constant strain. The expermients, which are being held in the physics-optlcs research laboratory In Science hall, are accomplished through a new method of binocular training technique. By means of a manoductor, a special type of stereoscope, the corrective system entails training based on hand-and-eye cooperation and coordination. WELFARE BODY IN AMBITIOUS MOVE In meeting the Student Welfare committee Friday afternoon neared the completion of Its plan to familiarize students with extra-curricular activities and to aid these students in making connections with organisations. The Y.W.C.A. and Womens' Self-Government organization are cooperating with the committee ln this plan wherein offlce hours are to be held weekly and bl-weekly to which students are invited to come and confer with representatives of these groups. The flrst offlce hours will be Thursday, March 10 in S.U. 204. “Students who believe they could become Interested ln organizations of this type are invited to these office hours,” said Lewrence White, member of the committee, "and we feel that we will be able to help them in orientating themselves to S.C. life outside the classroom.’’ The Welfare Committee will meet next Wednesday to further their plans. FOOTBALL STARS TO ADD REMARKS ON CHAIN HOOKUP S. C. Gridsters Included On Interfraternity’s Dance Broadcast Walter Winchell’s eloquenc^wlll be temporarily obllvlated Saturday night when S.C.’s galaxy of gridiron celebrities go on the air as part of the interfraternity's dance program. For the benefit of the thousands of football enthlslasts who will be llstenlng-ln on the Lucky -Strike hour being broadcast from the Gold room of the Biltmore as part of the program has been reserved for a few comments by such athletically prominent men as: Galus Shaver, Ernie Pinckert, Orv Mohler, Johnny Baker, Frank Wykoff, and Mickey Riley. This arrangement should supply an appropriate collegiate atmosphere for the radio audience and at the fame time add Interest to the occasion. In keeping with the gaiety of the afTair and supplementing an array of professional entertainers the S.C. Glee club is planning a unique contribution. “The formal motif of the evening ls not to Inhibit ln any way the festivities of this premier social event. Formality ls the keynote for attire, not demeanor,” remarked Bob Boyle. In accordance with formal precedents of the season, and in order to maintain the singularly low cost of M-50 for a formal dinner dance, corsages have been definitely banned. Nippon Army Stay In China Indefinite TOKIO, Monday, Mar. 7— DENT SHOT "I*!. Ja,'b «- - »ad Siinchei Cerro *°wuUd today by Darrow Scores Hysteria As Kidnaping Aftermath KANSAS CITY, Mo., March 6.— that ls to abolish poverty,” be con-(UP)—Clarence Darrow, noted crl- tlnued. t minal lawyer, uttered a grave | “Why do we have kidnapmgs. warning today against hysterical [Because pepole want money. Be-demands for the death penalty for | cause a few persons, by their j publlP kidnappers which, be said, would ! greed, have succeeded in control . the consideration of professional result onlv in the killing of their ling all the wealth. When we have I standing both ethical and educa- Botany Students To Make Trip to Topanga Canyon Elk born camp tn Topanga canyon has been chosen as the destination of a fleld trip to be made Saturday, March 12, by membra of the general botany IA and IB classes, according to Dr. G. R. Johnstone, of the depart-fent of botany. The purpose of the trip will be to study fresh water algae, liverworts, moses, ferna, and fern allies, which abound ln tbe canyon. Those making the trip, the sec-ond of the semester, will meet in Science 269, 8 a.m. Saturday. Trips for the remainder of the semester will Include one to South park for the purpose of studying gymnosperms and a two-day trip through desert lands to Bakersfield. CONFERENCE COMMENCES HERE TODAY Women Will Hear Series Of Seven Lectures On Government "Comparative Study of World Constitutions." a talk to be given thl* morning at 10:45 by Dr. Wll llam B. Munro of Cal Tech, will be the opening lecture of a series of seven, to be presented every morning in Philosophy han before the Second Annual Women’* Civic conference. With the slogan, "Government can rise no higher than the thought level of Its citizens," the conference will present talks on the federal government and political parties in an effort to draw attention to women's responsibill ties ln the American government. Sub-topics for today's talk will be: parliamentary versus preslden tial systems; dictatorships In 1932; and survey of world government. The program of lectures will be as follows: March 14, Dr. Munro will speak on “The United Staten Constitution as It Affects Cali-forna Citizens." Dr. John M. Pfiffner of the School of Citizenship and Public Administration will have as hls subject for the following lecture, “The Federal Finan clal Structure." “Business of Government” wfll be Dr. Prlffner’* topic on March 28. Dr. Edward M. Salt, professor of political science at Pomona college will talk, April 4, on “Analysis of the American Party System." On April 11, Dr. Sait will discuss “Party Platforms and a Forecast of the Coming Conventions.” Dean Emery K Olson of the School of Cittzenship and Public Administration will close he series, April 18, with "The Challenge of the Next Decade la Government.” Mrs. Arthur Shellhorn of South Pasadena, and executive of the local chapter of the D. A. R. and of the district Federation of Women’s clubs, Is general chairman of the conference, which ia sponsored by the S.C. School of Citizenship, School of Law Dean Attends Bar Meeting Acting Dean William Green Hale of the School of Law attended a meeting of the state bar committee last Saturday morning in the Chester William* building ln Dos Angeles. The purpose of the meeting wa* to promote a better relationship between the state bar and the law school by giving consideration to the weys in which the law schools can cooperate In raising the standards of the profession and Interpreting the profession to the The committee stressed RELATIONS GROUP TO HEAR ANTHONY In the desire to hear every possible angle on the problem of the reduction and limitation of armaments, the International Relations club has asked Dr. A. Bruce Anthony to discus* “The Futility of Disarmament Under Pre«ent Conditions" at their meeting Thursday at 6:45 p.m. Dr. Anthony, professor of economics, will consider the subject from the viewpoint of the economist. At previous meetings the club has heard the views of a political scientist, and ot German and French natives, all speaking on the disarmament theme. The meeting, which is open to everyone Interesetd tn International problems, will be the usual dinner ln the Student Union. Those planning to attend are asked to note the later hour for meeting, 6:46. Epidermolysis Bullosa Bane of Life ATLANTA, Ga., March S.— (UP)—Nell Garner, 7. of Atlanta, I* suffering from a rare disease which makes her skin so sensitive that sudden preesure upon lt cause* a blister. Physicians at Grady hospital, operated by the City of Atlanta, have received permission from Nell'* mother, Mrs. Myrtle Gardner, to make an Intensive study of the disease. After preliminary study, they have deckled the condition I* known as epidermolysis bullosa, a malady so rare that no exact study of It has been recorded. TROJAN Y.M.C.A. PRESENTS WELL-KNOWN SPEAKERS FOR EASTER WEEK CELEBRATION Pre.- go There is only one panacea, aad jlnr** Chapel Program The chapel program for today ie aB follows: “Dawn,” by Jeukins. ‘‘in A Persian Market,” by Ke-telby. Willard Smith, organist will also play any request that is compatible with the above mentioned selections. Death of Sousa Shock to Nation WASHINGTON, March 6.—(UP) —The body of John Phillip Sousa, America’s march king, was brought back tonight to the Nation's capital where be first tasted fame. Only a few relatives were at tlw ■tation to meet the snow-covered train that brought the famous band master's body home, tho suddenness of his death making it Impossible to arrange an official reception. In 1880, at the age of 25, Sousa was leader of the marine band and directed It for the following 12 years when he left the service to organise his own band. Sousa appeared tn Washington two weeks ago when be directed the Marines band at the outdoor bicentennial celebration at the capitol. Friends said then be was ailing in health and had been subject to recurrent heart attacks. SQUIRES MEET TODAY Trojan Squire* will meet today at noon in the Student Union building for a luncheon aud regular weekly business meeting, according to an announcement made by Roy Johnson, president. In one of the most hotly contested tilts ever held on the Whittier codlege campus, Emil 8teck Jr., and Hyrum White, Trojan debaters, Friday night, defeated Robert Nixon and John Sweeney, Poet speaker*, by a score of 2-1. The iS.C. speakers upheld the negative side of the Paclflc coast conference question, “Resolved: Uiat congress should enact legislation providing for the centralised control of Industry (constitutionality waived).'' Steck was judged first speaker of the contest. This wa* the fourth straight debate that the team has won since the seaion opened, less than two weeks ago. Tuesday night, Capt. Glenn Jones and Ames Crawford, debating the affirmative of the same question, defeated the college In a tilt held on campus. Debate manager Miller of Whittier college was oh airman of the evening. Swaml Yoganunda, and Dr. Frederick Warde. Programs will be given from 12:15 to 1:00 p.m. on every day of the week preceding Faster vacation, one speaker to br featured at each dally meeting. A fifteen minute organ recital w-ill precede each talk. An effort is being made to wire the auditorium In order that the program may be broadcast over a national tadlo network. CHURCHMEN SPEAK Kabbi Edgar Magnln. of Temple B'nal B’rlth In Los Angeles, probably the outstanding rabbi on the Paclflc coast today, Is a representative of the reformed synagogue movement and Is considered to be one of the most advanced Jewish thinkers. Dr. Ernest Holmea ls widely know-n as the Dean nf the Institute of Religious Science snd School of Philosophy In Los Angeles. He conducts weekly services at the Sala d'Oro at the Hilt-more hotel. These services aro an attempt to combine modern elements In religion and certain principles of applied psychology. He 1* one of the founders and best known contributor* to the Quarterly Journal on Science, Religion, and Philosophy. Dr. Holmes Is also the author of several books on metaphysical subjects. Dr. Frank Faberburg, pastor of tbe First Baptist Church In Lo* Angeles, is the best known young minister ln the city. He was unanimously called to the Los An gele* pastorate from Springfield MasB. ln May, 1930, and has achlevieved much success here. SWAMI PHILOSOPHER The address of Swaml Yoganan da should prove to be one of the highlights of the week. He is the founder of the Yagoda Sat-Sanga Society In the United States. This society 1* baaed on the ancient Sat-Sanga order of India. Hi* title •'■warnl'' mean* "master” and can only be conferred by another of thl* rank. He established the Yagoda Cen ter at Mount Washington ln Loa Angele*. and has had nation wide success with hi* teaching based on the Hindu Yogi philosophy. The Swaml appeared at the Philharmonic auditorium In a series of lectures ln 1925. . Dr. Frederick Warde, whn has the Lltt. D. degree from S.C., is prominent as an actor, author, and lecturer. He was at one time one of the foremost actor* of the Shakespearean tragedies. He has since written many volumes on the Shakespearean drama, and has appeared widely as a lecturer on the aeme subject LUNCHEON FOLLOWS An Informal luncheon will be held following each service at which a limited number of pet^ sons may meet the speakers personally. Reservations for theBe luncheon* ahould be made In advance of the date, ln order tbat they may be accommodated. Climaxing the activities of the week, an early morning breakfast will be held ln the University church at « o’clock, Friday, March 18. About 200 persons are expected to attend this service. ENGINEER CONFAB ! INCLUDES DINNER * IN SOCIAL HALL Local Institute Chapter Will Hold Gathering At 6:15 Tonight j Los Angeles chapter of th# American Institute of Electrical Engineers will hold It* annual meeting with student branches at dinner tomorrow night at 6:16 Iti the social hall. Every year member* of the local chapter turn a meeting over to members of the student chapterg a S.C. and Cal Tech. A. W. Copley, vice-president ot the Paclflc coast district, A.I.E.K, will speak to members cn some phase of the InsUtute'* work. Talk* by students of the S,(T. branch, headed by Marion Mar* shall, will be “Retardation Method of Testing Rotating Machinery,* by W. W. Austin, and "Mathematical Analysis of the Retardation Method." by 0. H. Uttle. Cal Tech, whose chairman In Patrick Lyons, will have as It* speeches, "Electrical Dehydration* by M. S. Hodge, and “Study of Pasadena Distribution,” by Albert Butler, L. J. Wright V- G. Olm* sted ,and D. E. Batchelder. At the oonclusion of the technical program, a tour ef Inspection of some of tbe buildings and labor, atories will be made, when a number of experiment* will be carried on for the entertainment of the visitor*. TWO PROFESSORS ’ GET OFFICERSHIPS Prof. Carl 8. Knopf has beea! elected president of tbe Southwest Archaeological Federation, and Dr, Lawrence M. Riddle, professor of French, has been elected vie* president. Frank M. I'aroher of the Southwest Museum waa muda secretary. The Southwest Archaeolgtcat Federation coordinates the Inter* eat* of such Institution* aa tha Southwest Museum, the Loa An* gele* Museum, the San Delgo Museum, Uie Santa Barbara and Owens Valley Museums. Theea institutions are conducUng exca var tlons and research. Member* of the ftnlmaUoB In* elude technical men ln the field and those who make Southwest archaeology an occupation or *4 Interest, according to Profeasoa Knopf. In April, member* of the f*'
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 23, No. 102, March 07, 1932|
|Description||Daily Trojan, Vol. 23, No. 102, March 07, 1932.|
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phone RI. 4111 Editor Sta. 227 gu*. Mgr. 226 SOUTHERN DAI LY CALIFORNIA TROJAN Unit e d Pres s Wor ld Wid e News S ervic [ EAGLE AH OF ERWORLD pledges Support ch For Lost dbergh Baby -I. Mar. «—|