Daily Trojan, Vol. 23, No. 120, April 07, 1932
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SOUTHERN DA IL Y C ALIFORNIA TROJAN Unit e d Pre* 8 Wor Id Wid e News s ervic e •XXIII- Los Angeles. California, Thursday. April 7, 1932. (CATIONS Lindbergh Baby Return nrcifFRS Hekl Imminent; Police T0DAy Deny Knowledge Of Case No. 120 ^ndidate Accepted 'Elections Head After 3 P.M. -lor student office* will copied »fpr lo<1f,y" fttrard Belasco. election I®,.. this morning. *f'n(Ud,rr In to either Bob o, left m the narked 'petitions here 04 not later than 3 'to sfternoon." Bufibard. president or student* ,also ero- Jthis t>v M?ln,r ,hat no Mitdine to turn in a be permitted to u, of the office* cover-i flection. HOPEWELL, N. J., April 6—(..UP—Fot.r rapid-fire <le velopments in thc Lindbergh kidnaping: case convinced oh- CONVENTION DELEGATES REGISTERING CANDIDATES for the A.8.U.S.C. | president, vtoe-preaident j yell-king, and two yell-(iurt have petitions in at servers today tliat the return of Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Athletic Conference Of Jr., to the arms of his parents is imminent. Co-eds To Open In In the order of their importance, they were: Gym At 7 P.M. i First, a definite statement bv 1 Governor A. Harry Moore of New i More lU,in 200 ofticiaJ and un •lersey In which he declared his I offlcl,U from f® co1^; belief that the 21-months old son *,HU‘ »»8tl;ullon» »f the *e,t, w U of Col. Lindbergh is "alive and t0I4gbVlt well and that he will be returned." P"‘oa, I” * y a , SAFETY ASSURED ltl<m bulldlnK in ,he •**“'■* Second, the return to Norfolk !SnC\ot 0,0 “i"11* ,l™" n r„,Wp of John Hughes Curtis, boatbulld 1?,?"^"“.! ° American Collego er who believes he is In touch witb emissaries of the kidnapers. MtahlUh /,a,Tn/ Uf had,the dance studio, welcoming ad- established contact with his ne- dreMfi w„. b,, K,ven by Mary ed' th?cl n? .th*‘ ,'r 'aVlnf°™.; lane Lemero, conference presl- | ed the child is alive and well. L Dr Rnfu„ B von KleinSmld. Third a growing conviction that |d,int of s.0.; anrt Miss Ger-Co. Lindberghs secret airplane I IM,ne Q (Julot „r „f the trips over the week-end. marking | women> division, department of I his firs departure from the estate I , lra) PducHt|on. to visitors since the kidnaping on the night I f) 0m PacjJtc roaR( 8tatP8. Idaho, j of March 1. were in connection | Montana .Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, with negotiation.. I „ Al,ll0na FAMILY OPTIMISTIC I Features of the program of the J Fourth, the intangible yet pro- convention will Include the annual : nounced optimism tn all circles. In ' °^ce U, rTua to b*‘ hP,d ln VIRGINIA SMITH IS ELECTED TO HEAD OF Y.W.C.A. Other New Officers Are Gillen, Laveaga. Giles, and Pelphrey Unopposed by any other candidate, Virginia Smith was officially elected president of the Y.W.C.A. yesterday, with Betty Gillen winning the office of vice-president. Rtltli Laveaga was named corresponding secretary. Margaret Giles was unopposed for the ofllce of I recording secretary and Josephine for the offices of ’ Pelphrey was the only candidate riw-presldent, score- j for the position of treasurer. ! Women of the western section. At the opening' meeting to be held tomorrow morning at 9 in ‘Cotton Pickers' To Meet At Pi Phi House Supporters of Mary Ann Cotton in the "Pick Cotton for Secretary” campaign will meet at 3:30 this afternoon at the Hi Beta Phi house at fi47 West. 28 street. The purpose of the meeting will be to Introduce Miss Cotton formally as a o*n-iidate fot the office of secretary of the Associated Students. Clarence Stringer, manager of the campaign, urges that all those new supporting Mary Ann Cotton for secretary be there. Interested students are asked to come, since the meeting Is open to everyone. Following the program of business, during which plans for the Cotton campaign will be discussed, refreshments will b*' seived. An entertainment has also been arranged. ANNUAL TROJAN GLEE CLUB TOUR BEGINS SATURDAY COOPERATIVE BUYING MAY SAVE HOUSES Representatives Gather Tonight To Consider Relief Plan Representatives from every fra ternity and sorority on the campus are scheduled to confer again tonight on plans for financial in trenehment against a continued 1 Jepression, liM-lucling, if feasible, i *lu. launching of cooperative buying. The meeting Is called for •ooin 418 lu the Student Cnlon building at 7:30. with Fred Chase, president of Interfraternity Coun ctl. presidium. Two or th.'oe new suggestions will Iv made by the committee of faculty, alumni, and undergraduates which has been trying to untangle the knotty problem of fraternity flnnnoe*. Included In the suggestions, it was said is cooperative buying, which the committee believed might be nn immediately possl blllty. A full repn sentatlon. regardless of Individual house altitudes lo- Mohler Meeting Post poned Until Tuesday Due to a conflict with several other all-unlverslty functions. the meeting of the general committee of tiie Mohler-lor President campaign has been changed from tonight to Tuesday evening. April 12, when lt will be held at 7:4I> «t the Phi Kappa Tnu house. "With Ihe election dale rapidly approaching, we want to make It pcsslble for every student in the. university to attend these meetings,” said Mickey Chatburn. campaign manager, last night, "and we sincerely hope that they will accept this as an invitation to be present.” STAR COMEDIAN WILL ENTERTAIN COLLEGE RALLY Joe E. Brown Promises To Present Program Tomorrow At 10 fattt. of Engineering. Col- 1 Annie Lou Junquist, has served as Architecture, Los Angeles i both publicity manager and vice- *t of International Rela- j president of the organization. In Iftilcp of Music, and the ! addition jdie has served on the Tro- ot Pharmacy, as well as ’ jan staff for three years, was edi- tiring to represent the tor of the handbook, ls a mem of Letters, Arts, and Glendora Are Listed For Concerts h»a=urer of the College j Virginia Smith, who succeeded 1 eluding the Lindbergh famllv It-!varJ auditorium Friday night , . , Arts, and Sciences, | to the Y.W.C.A. presidency In Feb- Leif, that bas been In marked con- 8:15 1,111 P,M> a rormal banque^, Sin Bet nardmo, Pomona, ■" ■ / v ........... rf Commerce. School of I ruary through the graduation of j trast to police and private do- 110 be *lven ,n ,lle Kn>cker»°®Ke'' — 1 *— ' ....... spair noticed during the preceding;''01**' Saturday night at S oclock weeks. at which cueists of honor besides Neither in the case of Govern-1 d,*,PK*,e* w,i: 'nr",<' or Moor nor of John Hughes Cur- f tls. has there beeu any revelation j of the basis for declarations that ber of Amazons, Alpha Chi Alpha, the child Is “well and will be re- ! ln<'lu<**' an °l> ... clock .tomorrow morning at w hich Ilenn Pearle Alkin-Smith and Juanita Wagner. PROGRAM Other teat tues on the program meeting at 10 ud the College of Com- Quill club, and Clionian literary turned.” And from the police has c'°';k .tomorrow mo * Organizations building od the legislative council society. I come only the steady stream of i vi*'t°7 vvaT ’lllelr tlrst slop will In Hire in statements of, BETTY GILLEN reiterated denials of all knowledge I ' d ..j* inn Diego, whet-i they wil was asked by the committee, which includes Dr. Frances Ha con. Irwfn Cary. Profesosr Wood-bridge. Harry Silke. Ronald Sweet, Members of lhe Women's (Jlee t)(|H Blasingham. and Kred Chase. .iub, directed by J. Arthur Lewis, |__ will leave or tlielr annual tour tinough southern California. Sat J\OclCl DeOclterS jiday morning from the Musical In First Loss Mate shall submit to Jon commissioner r pro-« out flection qutilltiea-. The date for nomina-teen set for April 28 Betty Gillen, is a sophomore in , regarding these phases of the case. | "^.^^“^Q^s^an^de^ltes ROAD CLEAR j from Oregrn and Wyoming will It is held, however, that even j discuss ‘‘Publicity,” which will be these denials serve their purpose I followed by a luncheon in the Stu-—that they indicate a clear road, I dent Union. "Olympics in Rela-without offlcial interference, for | tion to W.A.A.” vvill be discussed the traffickers, and that they are ] by Miss Mary Wallace W'elr at 2 designed to give tacit, assurance ' o'clock tomorrow afternoon foi-that there will be no vigorous msn j lowed by a round table discussion hunt after the chlld Is restored. I at X o’clocl: in the Physical Bdu-Every indication pointed today this time. necessity for turning in ! the College of Letters, Arts, and jrtftioas in stressed also Science and has recently been wnftitution of the asao i eiectt»<i to Amazons. Serving as liradcnt bod)' which slates: j publicity manager for the Y.W.C. jwekk prior to the day ap- ^ ,jjt. j)ast year, and committee fo: public nominations chairman of many different functions. Margaret Giles, who will succeed Harriet Louise Touton as recording secretary, has served on various committees such as elec-ir accordance with the UonB( Asilomar, W.S.G.A., campus j fo a return of the baby "from the Sonal clause which says , chegt dHve_ wag a member of tbe | sea.” All developments of the Freshman club, and has done sec- P»»t two weeks, aud all activities nominations shall oc-w«ks before the I year. cation building Dinner will be served in the Women's Residence hali. and delegates will afterward attend the Dance Drama In Bovard auditorium. Open and closed meetings and round table discussions will take end I retarial work in the Student Body ! by the negotiators, have been dl ollice ' rected towards the ocean. But lt arc also warned not ' JOSEPHINE PELPHREY I ls als« believed that the next Unit petitions tor more than the VW.C.A. for the pa. t y a | ugtu(j jg back again in the crib I tne Huntington llbraiy from which he was stolen flve | <>««* ln ,h,> afternoon, following weeks ago last night. ill be In San 111 stay until Tuesday morning. While in that oily the Glee club will appear nt the lT. S. Nava1 hospital, the Fox California theater, In the organ pavilion al HhIIioii park, the San Diego Athletic club, and two of the high ecnools. They will also broadcast a program over station KF8D. On Tuesday the «omen will go to San Bernardino where lhey will present programs In the lobby of the California hotel, for the Klwaiiis club, ancl ut San Bernardino junior college. Wednesday afternoon they wili leave San Bernardino and visit Citrus I'uiou high school and junior college in Joe R. Blown. Hollywood's one-man riot, will be the headliner in the College of Commerce rally to-morrow at 10 o'clock in Touchstone theater. The turnout, comedian wtll en-it)iialn the audience with one of ill* renowned skits and his Ini-niil.tble wise-cracks. At present iie is appealing as lhe attraction In “Scmari Crooks" at Fl Capl-urn. All university students with no elasses at that hour are Invited to ittend Ihe rally, according to .loe Mlcciche, t m Ily chairman. Orv S.C. was defeated, »-0, by Ihe Mohler, assistlug Mlcciche, secured I’nlverslty of I’tah. Tuesday evening. In a debate on the question, ‘‘Resolved: that congress should From Utah U. s« at this time, for, ac-to the constitution, any l rho gles a form for more (office Is thereby disquall-i rannlng for office In the itudent body for one I Josephine Pelphrey. treasurer of | Th« ““ Ml Tryouts or ‘Suppose* who will again serve in the same j position, is a recently elected Am- j azon pledge, a member of Plil Chl | Theta, W.A.A. and is now the I president of SpookB and Spokes, honorary junior women’s organization. Succeeding Grace Kdlck as cor-1 responding secretary Kuth Laveaga is a freshman in the College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences, Miss Laveaga has worked on var-O 1 ill ious committees of the \ .W.C.A. Arc ocnetlulea Ud W.8.QA. and is a member of the Freshman club. •I tryouts for ‘'Suppose," tnajo: and minor roles S Friday at 1:30 in 303 Nf according to W. Ray •tlii director. l'"!upf n. Kir pa* ts •to? with them a favorite ■ or one that gives ample * displaying their talents. be classical semi-das-*Jsu MaoDonald stated 1 talhti. tj,„ ,,, Iml!.jc ,,f. 1 better opportunity for 7u"(" Quality hut that lie ,ot rest rict the songs to ■ category. trip to in Pasa J? or new prospects In the J®*® *111 continue every ^ ' »<'« it 3:16 in Old ^ramatiu talents, includ-iaw, character actors, »vcnile auj athletic roles L N'o previous extra-Included so wide a 7“ an.j .otfers National Colle-"ill give dramatic ai* for participation J01 or minor roles. w Portege ^°on Recital Malcolm Writes For Yearbook Dr. Roy Malcolm, professor of political science, is the contributor of a section entitled “Spheres of American Influence” in the American Yearbook for 11131 which is just off the press. Dr. Malcolm covert Haiti, CuY>a, Nlcaia-^ua, and Panama in his section He writes as a member of the American Political Science asso ciation whicb is one of the 4*> cooperating societies that annually publish the yearbook under the editorship of Dr. Albert Bushnell Hart of Harvard university. T HUT SCENE OF SPANISH MUSICALE Foreign songs, readings, and dancing will make up the program to be given by La Tertulia, campus Spanish club, at its musicale tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.. in the “Y” hut. The program will include solos by George Navarro, piano; Kvelyn Gltler, vocal; and Lambert Marks, flute. Annabelle Jenkins will give a reading. Noel Lacayo will play a selection on a saw, accompanied by Francisco Duran. Albert Travis and Lambert Marks will appear In a violin and filute duet. “Cielito Lindo” and ‘‘Auiapola” are the two numbers which will be sung by the club vocal sextette whose members are: Dorothy Campbell, Madeline Metcalf, Doris Thomas, Aida Flore*,.Noel Lacayo. and John Painter. Following the musical program members of the party will entertain themselves with informal dnnelng. a luncheon at La Golondrina. Concluding the convention, the formal banquet will be held that night at the Knickerbocker hotel. Several informal events for guests have also been planned by the W.A.A. as hostesses, including a nvimming party to be held tonight after registration iu the S.C. plunge for delegates and women of the university. Competition in W.S.G.A. Election Will Be Keen “'"-year old vio- fclert i C°Ue*‘! Of -MU- ‘«-k]vID ll0Jal1 8tudenu liog y J8*embly recital Kit >, |. musit recital xiectmn wU, be ..Th„ JU Sa>nt-su,.ng_ Ray M’Donald Fills Last Two Roles For Play Alter two weeks of tryouts, the cast of “Dulcy.” junior class play is now completed. W. Ray MacDonald, director announced today. The role of Scliulyer Van Dyck, which requires piano playing ability has been cast to George Lawson. Vera Klmqulst will play the role of Mrs. Forbes, the step-mother of Uie romantic Angela. These two roles were the only ones not completed, tbe olhers having been decided the first part of the week. Winifred Dutton. Val Jean Mo-Coy. Richard Phare*, Katherine Keeler, Norman Wright, l^arry Smith. George K. Ordane, Blair Patterson, aud Willard Jacobson are the other members of the junioi class who have been chosen tor role® in “Dulcy.” Rehearsals will continue every atternoon 1n Old College 323 at 3:16. Phi Chi Theta Will Meet At 7:30 P.M. council, and is an officer In Cll-onian literary society. Duriug the past month she was elected to Amazon*. Candidate* for tbe office of vice- president are Jacqueline More- I -- house Katherine McBride, Grace I Miss Beatrice Cooke of Haskins Kdick! and Maxine Adams. and Sells Accounting firm will Five women will vie for the address member* of I hi Cul I he-olilce of rccretary. Martha Slier- ta tonight at the Alpha Gamma Belli, Kthel Red 'Delta house at 7:30 o’clock Her With two ot the outHtandinK junior womt a ot the campus competing for the office of president, the W.S.G.A. elections will be held Monday, April 11 from 8:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. Identification cards will be necessary to vote. For the office of president, Ite gina Gerardi and Geuevive Plag .nan were nominated last Monday. During the three years of her campus activities. Miss Gerardi I field has served as the chairman of Uie | bel Alice high school relations committee; Schiller. she is a member of Amaxons.l For tl ... served on various all cauuulates ure Diane nd W.S.G.A. commit Kvelyn Kaola Oilier, I atrlcia Dow-. my and K&y Moss. ni ., , Piivllis Doran leuueuts tiuii two j Willard H. Smith will open to* ..nk sung i W.S.G.A. “taxi day. she is “ I wW ^ .warded | rational me,sa^. "Mtlltary Mar.h” Bleutnr ------- ----- Robei ta vou KlelnSmid, Ma- *ubjeci wil deal wllh accounting prolessiou for the college will play two shows at the Kox Pomona theater aud then return to Los Angeles. Melba Dutcher Is tiie student manager ot the tour ancl her assistant ls Kvelyn Caldwell. Miss Zaruh* Klniasslau, former member of the Glee club, will be the guesl soloist on all programs. Glenna Gould, accompanist, will play a number of piano solos. DANCING CLASSES WILL OPEN HERE Ballroom dancing may be leai n-“d by S.C. students desiring the lessons, according to announcement of Dr. Francis Bacon, counselor of men yesterday. Students interested In the project are asked to apply at Dr. Bacon's office on the sucond floor of thee Student Cnlon by tomorrow. Miss Ruth Price will give the lessons on the campus ln order to make It convenient for those Interested!. The plan is he ing sponsored by Dr. Bacon and Dean Pearle Aikin-Smitii. Both men and women are Invited. Roth To Explain Orient Friction Factors in the Orient affecting world peace will be tbe general subject for discussion by Dr. Wll j helm Roth who will be the main j speaker at the diuner meeting of | the Council of Iuiernational Rela tion* tomorrow night al 8:15 at the Mono Lisa restaurant. Dr Roth will consider his subject as it applies to the viewpoint of Ja pan toward ihe Cnited Stale*. Reservations for Ihe dinner may be made by calling Ml** Selber, Trinity 4751, not later than noon tomorrow. enact legislation providing for Ihe-centralised control of Industry (constitutionality waived).” Tills was the fire' debate lost by Captain Glenn Jones and Ames Craw ford, traveling representative* of Tioy’s forensic squad, since they left for the- tour of the Rocky Mountain Flutes, two weeks ago. The S.C. men have upheld the nltli uiatlve of the question lo win victorias over liie I'nlverslty of Arizona, the I'nlverslty of New Mexico, Colorado State Teachers' colic ge, and Brigham Young university. Tonight, they meet the University of Nevada ou Ihe negative of the question, "Resolved: that the Democratic parly should be returned to power In 1932." No decision will be given. The next tilt lu la>s Angeles will he held Tuesday evenlug, when Kmll Stick Jr. and Hynun White will represent S.C. against au affirmative team from U.C.LA. The contest will be held at Weat wood. Japan Redoubles Manchuria Force lhe presence of the funnyman for lotnorow's rally. The winner of tiie Typical Business Glii contest sponsored by Alpha Kappa Psl, will be au nounced at thn rally, Mlctiohe snlil yesterday. Previously, the winner was not to have been presented until at the time of the Commerce banquet. All entrant* In tbe contest will be presented before the student body. Presentation of the Alpha Kap pa Psl medallion, signifying the highest scholarship average for freshmen in Commerce last semester, will be made by Morton Morehouse, president. Last year 'ne trophy, tn the form of a cup was won by Halstead Ma^ormlc. The Trojan Male Trio, com posed of George Dutnpf, Judsou Slonaker, and Simeon Akaka. will present popular songs, as an ad de-el attraction of the rally. FROSH DEBATERS DEFEAT L.A. HIGH MI KDEN’, Manchuria, April f. —(ITP)—The Japanese: military campaign against rebellious Chinese forces tn Manchuria will be redoubled tomorrow as a result of widespread fighting in which thousands of casualties were reported In the last 24 hours. At leas* 600 Chinese guerillas were killed ancl about 3,00o wounded in fighting along the Chinese Kastern railroad, east of Harblu aud not far from the Siberian frontier, Japanese messages said. CONSIDER BITES Tlie Japntic-use placed their own BACRAMBNTO, t'alif., April 6 losses at nlr.e non-commissioned —(l'P)— S'nte offlcial* still have officers killed one officer and 3* seven sites for a $1,000,000 slate non-commissioned officers wound hospital and 70 sites for a 1376,-• d. The estimates were obviously i ooo prison to consider. Roth in-*r -inplete i.nd Indicated the most , stitution* wll* be built In southern Utter fighting of recent weeks, j California. Freshmen debaters chalked tip their fifth consecutive victory yes tctday with James Jacobs and John Mount winning over the L.A. high school squad . The S.C. te-am upheld th affirmative side of the question, ‘Resolved: that congress should enact legislation providing for the centralized control of Industry, (constitutionality waived).” This afternoon another freshman lesm ol Bob North aud Roy Johnson will meet the Romans on the ne-gallve side of the same question. Tne debalees were held at L. A. high school. Gregson Bautser, a debater on last year's varsity, ls coach of the team. BAND, CHORUS IN CONCERT TODAY AT 10 Classes To Be Dismissed For Program Under Harold Roberts With all 10 o’clock classes dls-■nl.'sed, members of the Trojan hand snd tho Trojan male 01101113 will present a program in Bovard 1 auditorium, this morning. Th* program I* sponsored by the do-| partment ot musical organizations, i under the direction of Harold Wll-I Ham Robert!-. Opening the performance wllh | a trumpet ftnfare, the band w ill continue with a march medley of I popular co'lege themes. Other numbers to be played by the band I will include “Son of Seville” with I xylophone and vibraharp effects t by John T. Boudreau, selections j trom opei at las snd a medley of 1 Trojan scbool songs. MALE CHORUS I The male- chorus will sing “Hail Is You Fri-e" hy Verdi, and "Morning" by Oley Speaks, sr-ranged by (iuentiel. They will also assist the band In presenting ths light opera and college songs. Specialty numbers on the program will include a saxophone solo hy Harold Frederloksen. a baritone solo ‘‘Without A Song" by John Ferguson, student director of the male chorus: "Pacific! Slope Melody” by the band nnd glee club, a violin solo “Tsmbou-rln Chinol*” by Krlesler, played by Salvatore Criml; a piccolo solo by William f-oulson; and a trombone solo by Krnle Smith. TO OFFICIATE Mr. Roberts will act as master of ceremonies for the program, while John T. Boudreau, band Instructor, and J. Arthur Lewis, gl<-j club director, will direct the performance;. The band and the niaie chorus have recently returned from ,1 tour through the stale, during which they appeared In Fresno, San Francisco. Stockton. Ventura, aud other Paclflc coaat cities. As tha concluding number ou thn program, the combined band and main chorus will play a new arrangement of “Fight On" by Gus GuentseL Dental Seniors Arrange Dance To Close Year Seniors of the College of Dentistry will hold their last social function of the year, Friday eve- 1 ning. w hen they hold a dance at the Casa cie Rosas inn, Adams and Hoover, Len Duohowny, chairman of the affair announced. Jlnuny Vamvus’ orchestra wll furnish the musl« and refresh* ments will be served In the patl*.1 Duchowny Is assisted by Jack Taylor, Herb Spencer, and Ed Hol-lubock. All senlorr of the college ara, requested to make a special effort | to attend as It ls the last social 1 affair ol tbs class. Hachten, and Kdith ! c* For the office of treasurer the graduate and has ^ For'11 ‘ Flilia of J university a k 01 and ‘‘U.iein.i.M I :«u. a'1'! "Maitiuau a* the Hart” by 1 Chapel Program Tfow Will Address Aviation Class Today of t*** school. Cars will leav Complete Graduate Trip Arrangements Are Made Complete arrangements tor the. the other* at Brookside park at semi-annual trip being made by j 4 30 p.m. for a picnic supper, ihe members ot the Graduate (this park Is located near the Pa* school 10 Huntington library and | g(,en(l RogH Bow, 0„ „lp C()|oril(lo thn Mount Wilson astronomic ul | ^oulevsrd bridge. All students sre laboratory Friday have been an- 1 a<kei, (o furnU„ their own lunch nounced by Miss Ruth Hobn*tte, | M secretary to Kockuell Hunt, Amazon Pledge Test Is Monday That the first examination for Amazon pledges has beea postponed from Friday to Monday uoon lu room 236 was announced yesterday by Marjorie Edick, who is In charge of the pledges. All palters assigned must be in by Friday, Miss Edick said. Th« exam will cover the flrst three pages of the printed material Issued to pledges as well as the song. Monday at iii will be the only time the test will be given, and (hose who fail lo take tt wili not be initiated. Psychologists Plan Meet At Westwood the campus Psl Chl, honorary psychology fraternity, will hold a joint dinner meeting tonight with the 17. C.LA. chapter at the Westwood Y.M.C.A. The joint meeting, th* first held between the two chap-lors is for the purpose of considering new movements snd de-As me mbers of the party muat | velopments in the fleld of psycho^ be at Ihe observatory by 7:30 P 1 |„Ky, and wili in the future be 1 ' «ill be sung j W.S.G.A. "taxi day." she is *wter*on. Glenna roembei ol Phi Col Tltfta, pro *m eun'i,11' Glen“« member of Phi Cal T*ieia. pro Activity pomes - tlltthoi 'be program fessionai commerce soro&y. is an for this work, se o ' .unata. , ex-officio member of legislative ; spent and the.effort gi'en theprog.sm Smith will close ‘‘Aviation Insurance," will be the subject of a talk given at Dr Karl W. Hill’s class In aviation Insurance today by Robert A. Trow, vice-chairman of tbe aviaiiou com It will be necessary for cars li :(!< |. lu 11 itlii Hie all(] to leale tlie toll house at the foot | of the mountain by 6:30 o’clock, | Miss Bohnette state. Graduates are asked to get tbelr promptly corner of 1. niversity avenue 36th street. From H C. tlle students will go directly to the li-j brary where they will visit until | mittee of thc state Chamber of 14:30 o'clock. tickets admitting them to the U- (PD Bor!" B. Page Commerce and aviation Insurance Those planning to make only .he brary trom Miss Bohnette before ‘ m.-ss ejcecutiic o< San >• ranciooo broker. trip to Mouut Wilson will meet they leave the campus on Friday. I newspapers died here uidajr. come au annual event, according to Brant Clark, president of the latsl gioup. S\N FRANCISCO, April I — L rl- H. Page, former bus-
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 23, No. 120, April 07, 1932|
DA IL Y
Unit e d Pre* 8
Wor Id Wid e
News s ervic e
Los Angeles. California, Thursday. April 7, 1932.
(CATIONS Lindbergh Baby Return nrcifFRS Hekl Imminent; Police T0DAy Deny Knowledge Of Case
^ndidate Accepted 'Elections Head
After 3 P.M.
-lor student office* will copied »fpr lo<1f,y" fttrard Belasco. election I®,.. this morning.
In to either Bob o, left m the
narked 'petitions here 04 not later than 3
Bufibard. president or student* ,also ero-
Jthis t>v M?ln,r ,hat no Mitdine to turn in a
be permitted to u, of the office* cover-i flection.
HOPEWELL, N. J., April 6—(..UP—Fot.r rapid-fire