Daily Trojan, Vol. 22, No. 138, May 07, 1931
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and dagger S^M .nd D«s‘r $«'" ’"m meet at 8 <c mornina 2°7 ^U.lon to check out ?i.M»t,ckeM' SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DAI LYFTROJAN KNIGHTS ANO SQUIRE# All Trojan Knights and Squire* are to meet this morning at 8:30 in 234 Stu dent Union. Vol. XXII- Los Angeles. California, Thursday, May 7, 1931. No. 138 TUDENTS WILL CHOOSE OFFICERS TODAY US SHOP ILL PRESENT 8ADLES0NG’ chstone Theater to be ene of Famous Play Tonight. Mforin-n* the of jtwione theater into Hip peaoe-Utrior oi a Dominican con prama Shop presents G. jjjfI Siena's "Cradle Song" is it* last play of the ™ production, directed by Lrl Xiller, president of the Lotion, is the most ambitious &ipl by the campus little thea-■Cradle Song" has been per-Lj in nearly every country of Cvorld. Its best known preeen-L to America is thai given |j,, U (lallienne and her Lc Repertory theater In New ltt to Heme of mother love jirtfd by circumstances that w tbe story of Sierra's fam-pl,y |« Illustrated by the . of a convent of Dominican L (or a foundling left al their L. The deep affection between [ orphaned girl and her guard k gister Johanna of Ihe Cross, ilshes the main story of the K reception for Senor Martinez Km, author of "Cradle Song” p honor guest of Drama Shop, I be held after the play at I T. M. C. A, hut. Membera I tie audience arc invited to at- Ptketi for the production tuay I obtained at the cashier's win-in the Student Union or at door of Touchstone theater evening. The curtain is at Strict Guard to Be Placed on Election Polls “The Judicial branch of the Associated Sludents, including both the Men'* council and the W. S. O. A. court, will be kept in readiness tot immediate session during the entire period of elections today, and any Btudent whose actions are deemed suspicious will be promptly tried and sentenced according to the evidence” This was the statement jnade late yesterday by Lewis Gough, student body president. Trojan Knights and Squires, as well as elections commissioners and their assistants, will guard all university polls. Any suspicious actions, regard ing ballot-box stuffing, electioneering too near the polls, or any other Illegal practices, will be considered grounds for a trial before the men’s and women's Judicial bodies. Sentences will be as strict as the circumstances warrant, slated Gough. IVEY TO TELL )W TO GET JOBS [“How to Get A Job und Keep ' ii the subject of the talk to Ipven by Dr. i’aul VV. Ivey for I juniors and seniors of the cuff university at the Touchstone Jfiter on Monday, May. 11 at I **>• poctor Ivey, who is a sales M>r for Chrysler automobile oy and other manufactur-|f corporations in the United l|ei, »as a lecturer at the uni-™ttes of Chicago, Minnesota, • Utah. However, he is now Mer'ed with the College of ■ffleree at S. C. and teacheB in f fall aemester, to a lecture In January of this *r to the salesmen of the De ®olor company, Dr. Ivey u complimeuted by Mr. C. J • high otflcla! in the corpora-ttl to being called "the great-Mlhoiity in the United States tnerchandising and salesman-if." • •* Ulk will be the first of a I,f Emoted by Charles Boren P the but eau of employment, »ill aid students in best I. | \ w*t®izatlons where they be- *lU(ients who have classes *lour must obtain permls-trom their instructors in or-*'»ittend. \£^sons to Elect I ^c&rs 7 omorrow ,IC(|» »ill be elected at the ith»°nhl> Ine*‘tlnS of the | i alilornla Masonic club ion . *11 l**'e Place tomorrow '<* student Union building ^■operative tliat all members 111 as important business , considered. ,“^0n be served prompt . “ m room 323. It is Ion* °tly understood that It i,,I?0Dn®c,ed wit*> the Mas-r, f‘,ni,y is welcome, whe- ■°n rntv“r of thft local organ!-" °p noi W. S. G. A. FORMAL BANQUET WILL BE HELD ON MAY 13 Annual Affair, Planned for Social Hall, to Honor Graduating Seniors Carrying out the theme of “The Olympics," llie annual formal banquet of the Women’s Self Government association will be held 111 the social hall of the Student Un-ion, Wednesday evening, May 13, at 7 o’clock. 'The banquet, which is a yearly affair, is to honor the most outstanding senior women of the campus who are among those of the June graduating class. The W.S.G.A. awards ten scrolls at the end of the year to these women who have been the most active and the most outstanding in their own particular departments as well as for all-university work. Eight organizations will make their awards at this time. Among them will be the Pan-Hellenic scholarship cup, the Pi Lambda Theta award, the Pi Beta Kappa, and the Town and Gown cup, as well a* others which are as outstanding. Tickets, which will sell for $1.25 have been distributed throughout the various social and professional organlzaUons. Margaret Huse and I’eggy Lavering are in charge of this branch of the affair. Any organization which has not yet received its full quota of tickets is advised to see one of the two girls as soon as possible. Other tickets may be obtained from the cashier's cage in the May 9, at 2:30. All co-eds who 235 Student Union, or from any member of the committee. HAWAII MOTIF WILL FEATURE PANHELDANCE Bob Labriola’s “Trojan Foot warmers” to Furnish Music for Affair. Bob Labriola's popular ' Trojan Foot-Warmer*" will furnish thc music for the annual Pan-llellenlc spring dance to be held tomorrow night in lhe social hall of the Student Union. Thl* band has appeared at several of tiie foremost campus functions this year and has played for one of tho digs, Programi and bids will carry out the tl:?me being introduced in decorations which are to be Haw lian. ln keeping with the Hawiian j motif, Informal clothes will be I worn, it was slated by Miriam | Brownstetter, president of the or-I ganizalion. | Patrons and patronesses who , have been extended invitations lo Popular Aviator fo be Guest of Alpha Eta Rho I Dan Santry will be the gues' | at the regular luncheon meeting t of Alpha Eta Rho. aviation frat j ernity, today. Sandiy lias the rep | utation of conducting one of the largest and most successful fly- , Ing schools in tlie ciiy. He Is j also the southern California deal er for ihe Fleet Aircraft corporation. At this meeting, plans for the aviation banquet will be completed and committees announced. It was staled by ,loe Burcham, president of the oiganization. Members and pledges are expected to attend early so that Ihe program may be completed and guests will not be late for 1 o'clock classes. PLANE WRECK KILLS SON OF DR. STARBUCK Wreckage of Plane Found; Fog Obscured Hills From Pilots. the affair are; Dr. and Mrs. R. | B. von KleinSmid, Dean Mary Sin (•lair Crawford, Dean Francis Ha j con. Dean Pearle Aikln-Smilh, j Mr. John E. Haile}, Mr. Kred \V, Woodbrldge, Dr. and Mrs. F, I 10. Nlmkoff, Mr. and Mr*. Malcom Risaell, Mrs. Della T. Early, and Non organisation women and stray Greeks may obtain bids from Pan-Hellenic representatives whose houses are nol using the quota allotted them. Committee* In charge of the arrangements are: Delta Zeta, programs; Delta Oamma, decorations; Iota Sigma Theta, tickets; Zeta Tau Alpha, orchestra; and Alpha Epsilon Phi, punch. Nets Featured at Fashion Show, Tea Nets in silks, cotton, aud wool predominated In the models displayed at the Asilomar fashion show and tea held In the social hall yesterday afternoon. Dorothy Leland sang aud the Phi Beta trio composed of Josephine Kehort, Helen Colter, and Vivian Van Hellen played as a background for the fashion parade. Gowns were supplied by Jackie's Dress Shop. White formals trimmed in splashy greens with similar accessories and a tan afternoon dress edged with a dull black were favorite models. Shantungs in sport designs softened by pastel shades and flares were popular patterns. CO ED DEBATERS MEET U. C. L. A. IN FINAL CONTEST Snyder. Caldwell, Cianfoni, and Henninger Battle With Westwood Women Tonight Members of Southern California's undefeated women's debate squad expect to enter tholr last and hardest fight of the season lonlglit at X o'clock when they meet Ihelr Westwood rivals In a dual debate on the free trade ( problem. Hetty Snyder and Kvelyn Cald well, representing S. C. on Ihe affirmative side of lhe question, will meet Blanche Coan and Huth Leslie, U. C. L. A. speakers, In Porter hall, while Betty Hen-ninger and Mary Cianfoni launch an argument against thc negative team from Westwood in Roy-ce hall, on the opponents' campus. Hate* Booth, local coach, declares that, although Ihe U. C. L. A. forensic squad Is made up of clever speakers w ho have had ample experience tn their fleld, his team is ready to present a forceful argument and has an even chance to win. Miss Snyder, although lacking In experience, is a vigorous speaker, and her partner. Miss Caldwell, has been an active worker on Ihe squad this year and was a winner when attending Compton junior college. Mary Cianfoni and Bettty Henning er, in the opinion of Coach Booth, are two of the best college women debaters in Ihe United States. 1 BURBANK, Calif.. May 6— (UP) —The wreckage of a Pacific Air transport air mall plane, which carried two pilots to death when Il struck a mountain lop in an Impenetrable fog, was found near Las Tunas canyon today. The filers killed wrrc Arthur D. Starbuck, son of Dr. Edwin D. Starbuck, S. C. professor of philosophy, and C. P. Parmalee, of Oakland. The plane was on the San Diego Oakland run. The crash was believed lo have occurred it 11:29 o'clock last night, Ihe hour at which a dashboard clock had stopped. The mall was Intact. 1 At 11:24 p.m. Starbuck radioed United Airport here lhat the plane was three miles southeast of ' Cilendale and that w hile all was well, a heavy fog was on the I route. \ few minutes earlier. Ihe | Oakland office of Ihe company. | had radioed Starbuck lo proceed north to Hakersfleld Instead of j stopping here. j There wore two theories con-' corning the crash. One was lhat I Starbuck lost Ills way north lo j Bakersfield and tlie other that he attempted to return to the air-| port here. He apparently banked lifts plane in a sharp left turn, not realizing that he was among Ihe fog covered hills, and the left wing struck a rocky projection. One of the pilot's slslers, Mrs. Margaret Helswanger, I* an Instructor at Ohio Wesleyan University, and another, Dorothea Starbuck, a teacher in Galva, 111., high school. Starbuck formerly lived ill lowa city. His Los An geles residence was 4411 Kings-well street. He leave* a wife and child. Funeral services, It was announced last night by a member of the Starbuck family, will be held this afternoon al 4 o'clock at the Little Church of the Flowers al Forest I,awn Memorial park. BOAT STRANDED SANTIAGO, Chili, May ti—(UP) —The newspaper Imparcial reported today that the Argentine steamer Comodoro Rivadavia was stranded in Magellan straits due to a fog. Alchemists Will Elect New Officers Today Alchemists will elect new of fleers for next year at a meeting this noon in room 324 Student Union. Tickets will be sold for the department of chemistry ditch day planned for May 15 at the Whitley Country club. Albert Newcomb, president of Alchemists urges every member to be present. Construction Plans Under Way To Repair San Fernando Mission Plans for reconstruction of the San Fernando Mission arc now under way among the students of the University of Southern California These plans are being made from authentic material gathered by the California State Historical association, of which Or. Owen C. Coy. history professor, is director While these preparations mean nothing regarding the actual rebuilding of the mission, Dr. Coy stated, they may develop into a form of action. He cited the ease of the San Diego Mission, which was reconstructed entirely from biueprinls atod models conceived by students of the university. It is the purpose of the Historical association to gather facts regarding landmarks of old California and transmit them to state schools. A great mass of materials, including old and modem pictures and government documents written largely in Spanish, is available for research work. •'On my last visit to San Fernando,’’ Dr. Coy said, "I noticed that while the cloister was In good condition, the church was sadly in need of repairs. This may have been remedied. 1 further noticed that no trace remains of the great Indian quarter and workshops which formerly occupied a large space completing the quadrangle. Edward Neivton To Talk on Books Speaking on "A Young Man’s Books," the eminent book collector and essayist, A. Edward Newton, will address student* and friends of S. C. this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the auditorium of Mudd Memorial hall of Philosophy. Sponsors of the lecture are the English department and Epsilon Phi, honorary English fraternity. The public ls invited to attend the lecture. “To those interested in books, Mr, Newton’s talk should be of especial Interest," said Frank C. Baxter, English instructor. “He has a human Interest In his books that goes beyond the collector’s mere joy of posessiou.” Mr. Newton is the author of •'Amenities of Book Collecting,” "This Book Collecting Game," and “Dr. Johnson: a play." UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA Directed by Alexander Stewart, tiie Uniersity of Southern California Symphony orchestra will give a concert in the social hall of the Student l'nion Monday even Ing. May 18. Friends of the orchestra may obtain invitations at the office of the department uf musical organizations, 835 West 37th place, or at the College of Music, 2fi00 South Grand avenue,. El Rodeo Payment Deadline is Near Friday of this week Is the last day on which campus organizations may pay for space In the yearbook. Those falling to pay delinquent accounts by that date will not be recognized next year. After this week, K. K. Stonier, graduate manager of publications, will if necessary lake legal steps to collect the accounts, Represen-atives of the following organiza tionh are asked to make arrangements with Mac Morgenthau iu the El Rodeo office loday: Alpha Chl Alpha. }10; Chinese Students’ club, $20; Delta Theta PI, $15; Gamma Eta Gamma, $14; Kappa Slgma, $20; Newman club, $3; Phi Delta Gamma, $19; Phi Mu Alpha, $20; Phi Nu Delta. $45; Sigma Delta Tau, $45; Tau Epsilon Phi, $20; Lambda Sigma Nu, $25; and Gamma Alpha Chl, $45. Trojans Stabbed In Fracas During Fraternity Games Ford Palmer and Clark Hell, S. C. student*, were wounded by a Negro knife-w ielder during a fist tight which occurred yeslerday af ternoon on thc Koss-Sn.vder field, where lnterfraternlty Indoor games are being played. Palmer received cuts on the arms and a deep wound ln the Imek from the Negro when he Jumped Into the fracas to prc\ent Ihe Negro’s stabbing a white hoy The riot squad was called and b> Ihe time It arrived, the knlfer had disappeared. Palmer a* playing on the Sigma Chl team, and llell Is a member of the Phi Sig ma Kappa nine. SPANISH FESTIVAL HONORS MOTHERS IN BANQUET ATT Eighth Annual Mothers and Sons Night Attended by More Than 200 Spanish entertalnrrs and bizarre decorations created a fiesta atmosphere at the Y.M.C.A. eighth annual Mot hers'and Sons’ banquet a It ended last nlghl by more than 21)0 guests. Tiny clay pottery dishes filled with cactus candy and tied In bright yellow, green, and red col-lophnne paper lidded a sparkling finish lo the tables and served as favors for the evening. Mexican children greeted the guests with corsages and took them to informal gatherings around tbe room where strolling musicians were entertaining. Improvised candle holders and w t inkled candles placed among the groups of Mexican play fig ures on tho tables gave an informal note to the banquet In keep-ping with Ihe theme of the eve-ing. On the stage h set of Spanish figures around au adobe com pleted the decorHtlve scheme. Jose Crespo fascinated his au dlence with his Interpretation of “Remember" by Kosettl, while Frank Purcell's solos "El Capi-ton’’ and "Mother o’ Mine” gave a finish to the program. Spanish dances, a talk by Dr. Owen C. Coy on “Flags of California," a w elcome by President von KleinSmid, and toasts concluded the program after a play depleting early California life by the Monro Marionettes. ELECTION EXPECTED TO BE ONE OF MOST SPIRITED IN SEVERAL YEARS ON CAMPUS Students «ill gi> to the jxills tixlav to choose the all* university and college olficcr* in what ts expected lo he one of thc largest elections on this campus in years. Campaign managers finished the last of their pre-election work last night with barbecues, smokers, and open house celebration*, followed by early breakfast* this*--------------- ——— ■ — morning. Oratorical Finals to Be Held Tomorrow Semi-final* In Ihe oratorical conteat sponsored by Phi Delta Uamma, professional forensic fraternity, resulted yesterday afternoon in the choice of five men to compete In the finals which will be held tomorrow at 3 p.m. In Porter hall. Those who will speax In the contest are Carlos J. Askew, Wat son Rose, Dale Norman, Otto Christensen, and Edmund Austin. Thirteen speakers participated In the semi-finals. Polls will be open from N:30 a. m. to 3 p.m. today. Distribution ol buttons for the two presidential isndldates during the past week I* oue of tho ill dilations of tlie Intense political interest that has been shown during the election season and has probably set a precedent for cam paigns In the future. MEETINGS HELD Weekly and semi-weekly meetings, visit* nf candidate* to the different organized groups of tlie university, and small formations nf politicians In and ajtout Ihe Student l'nion and other popular hangouts of the campus, have been especially noticable during the political season As a climax to the whole thing, the students as a whole will make Ihelr selection nf leaders for next year when they go lo the polls in their various colleges loday. POLL LOCATION8 Locations of the polls are as follows: letters, Arts, and Sciences, In front oi Administration building; . College of Commerce, south entrance to Old Oollege; College of Engineering, Bridge hull; College of Architecture, patio of the Architecture building; College of Pharmacy and Medicine, Science hall; School of l,aw, front hall of Law building; Collego of Music, Music building; College of Junior and Senior Dentistry, in the respective dentistry buildings. All other groups will vote in front of the Administration building. Election commissioners from the various colleges are to report U> Hay Urller, chief commissioner, at 8 o'clock tills morning to get their election material and iu structlons. Members of the all-university election commission are asked to report al the polls where they are to work at 8:30 a.m. TO GUARD POLL8 In addition to precautions taken against ballot stuffing by the members of the commission, the Trojan Amazons, Knights, and Squires will be on hand during 1 lie entire day to guard Ihe polls and ballot boxes. Strict enforcement of the ruling that no electioneering ls to be done within 50 feet of I lie polls will be carried out by the service organizations. All electlou places will be carefully guarded until 3 o'clock when votes will be counted. Each ballot musl be marked wllh au "X." If any mistake is made lu casting a vote, a new ballot should be secured from the person in charge of the polls as uo corrections can be made. If the ballot Is nol correctly marked in every detail tl wili be thrown out. Identification cards musl be shown to secure ballots (Continued on Page Four) CO-EDS MEET Female stray Greeks at Southern California are notified of a bridge party to be held at 1118 South Cardiff drive, Saturday, May 9, at 2.30. All co-eds who have not attended meetings of the recently formed stray Greek organization are especially Invited to attend tills function. To make reservations call CRestvlew 13463. LETHAL GAS APPROVED SACRAMENTO, Calif.. May ti (UP)—Death by means of the lethal chamber today was approved by tlie senate of the state legislature, as a substitute for Ihe gallows in the execution of murders in Cai| ' Phi Beta Holds Formal Banquet In Observance of Founders Day Observing Founder's day with a formal banquet, Phi Bela, national professional sorority of music and dramatic art, entertained ln the Rainbow Aisle of the Mayfair hotel, Tuesday, May 5. Members and pledges from Lambda chapter ai S. C. snd from Mu chapter at prano, a series of Rumanian and Polish numbers from Madame Olga De L'Auz, and a reading by Alec B. Francis, noled stage aud screen actor. Among the honored guests were Dean Walter F. Skeele, Dr. Fred- U.C.LA. attended. Speakers at the banquet were: Judge Myron Westover, patron; Miss Catherine Monfort, alumnae member; Miss Mable Woodworth, associate member; Gladys Scott, active member; and Nadine Adams, pledge. Other features of! ertck Warde, Mr. and Mrs. Al the progi am Included a group of exandei' Slirlncr, Mrs. Glenn I In instrumental melodies offered by ; dal!, Mr. Alexander Cogswell, the Instrumental quartet from U. ; Mary Carr Moore, Mrs. Charles C.L.A.; s song by Alma Alvin, so- | Draa, and Mrs. Alec B, f.ancis. DELTA S1GM4 RHO SPONSORS SPEECH CONTEST MAY 14 Student Government Chosen As Subject for Six Minutt Talks Preliminary speeches for the B. Nell Ames oratorical contest, sponsored by Delta Slgma Rho, will take place Thursday, May 14, at 2 p.m. Any phase of student government may be chosen ms a sub-i .iect for a six minute speech, such general topics as class officers, elections, student government, etc* being suitable. All freshman stu* dent* are eligible. Out of these preliminary speeches, I will be selected for tha finals The date of Ihe rinal* ha* not yet been set, but lhe four chosen speakers will have a six minute construction speech and six-minute* for rebutals. Each of thoso entering the finals will be given a twenty-inch cup, which will be dona'ed by E. Nell Afes, a prominent attorney. Members of Delta Sigma Hho who are sponsors of this rom lesl are Betty Henderson, Helen Peterson, Randolph Ritchey, lieo. Lawrence, Leo Harris, Lockwood Miller, Hsrrls Kobinson, Randall Swanberg, Ames Crawford, and Gregson Bautzer. MUSIC FORMAL TO BE HELD SATURDAY Glenn Edmunds' six piece orche» tra will play for the annual CoU lege of Music spring formal Sat* urday evening at the Vista Del Arroyo hotel In I’asadenn. Sur» prise cardinal and gold program* have been planned by Alberta Dudley and Melba Dutcher. A limited number of bid* remain. They may be bought al the Students' store or from members of the ticket committee. Adelaide Stewart, Helen Parrel t, Melba Dutcher, Bernice Todd, and Maynard Meader. Gladys Scott II in charge of specialty number! and Margaret Walters, publicity, Patrons and patronesses for thfl dance will be Dean and Mrs. Walter F. Skeele, Professor and Mra, Arthur T. Perry, Dean Mary Sinclair Crawford, Miss Pearle Mao loskey, and Dean Francis Bacon, Hostesses will be Betty Collins, Dorotlia Purcell, Wllhelmlna Campbell, and Melba Dutcher. William O'Donnell, president of Him student body, will act as host. PLEADS NOT GUILTY Federal Judge John N. Killln late yesterday denied a motion of defense counsel for an Instructed verdict of not guilty ln thn trial of Alexander Hursh, forme* head of Koruola, Inc., and 19 other defendants accused of mail fraud in connection with the exploitation of Ihe Company’s fruit lands. NOT TO RESIGN HAVANA. May S—(UP)—Preal i d,-nt Gerardo Machado summoned newspapermen to the presidential ' palace loday and Issued a state ment denying reports published thai he was going to resign sn<i 1 turn the office over to ihe aeer® tary of state Vivanca.
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 22, No. 138, May 07, 1931|
|Description||Daily Trojan, Vol. 22, No. 138, May 07, 1931.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
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