Daily Trojan, Vol. 23, No. 73, January 13, 1932
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*•» , trtc* m,B' rt «ri"' varaity 6:15 SOUTHERN ALIFORNIA DAI LY J' TROJAN % There will be a brief golf meeting tomorrow noon in 207 Student Union. Los Angeles, California. Wednesday, January 13, 1932. IISHPLAY SE GIVEN STUDENTS alia Presents Two- Comedy In “Y” Vht. will present “Kl Id-j^liu pd Nueva York.” ^ n flranlsh, this eve-j i o'clock on the "V” jldtnimlOD If free and all <|nl*re»ted are invited lo gpwial invitations were „.jthe Hispanic club nf ud tlie Spanish depurt- plt! ft * comedy, with ; Bi’baglia and Noel La-(li( ieading role* as I.o-Ms, reapeel’vely. The lm around Lolita's love »(ili Late, whom she supple an American teacher ; ji a lub-plot. in which IHufford, playing the part i chum of Lolita, exactly opposite tastes and t« marry a young Span-rttpe. whose role is assign-CariM Escudero. Duran and Doris are In the cast as the of the household; Proa-ranillo as Don Rufino and Cltler as Dona Kngracia It parents. Miss Leam-tn haa the part of nt along the lines of a and William A. P. tlcardo de Leon, and l<am-i have roles as profes-English. ms used in the dialogue and easily com prehen-In? it possible for those lot digest Spanish rapid-the story with ease. Interfraternity Council To Meet At 8 p.m. Tonight at 8:00 p.m. Interfraternity council will meet, instead of Legislative council as stated yesterday in the Trojan. The meeting was called for 8:00 instead of 7:30 because of the track dinner and Trojan Knight gathering. Several committee appointments are to hr made. PARIS, LONDON Anti-Prohibition Fo No. 73 REACH ACCORD ON WAR DEBT Agreement On Repara- rccs Try To Prevent Meddling In States’ Liquor Traffic TODAY’S LUNCHES TO TEST SUCCESS OF NOON CUSTOM WASHINGTON, Jan. 12—(UP)—Action to prevent Congress from interfering in states where liquor traffic is permitted. will be demanded by the house anti-prohibition forces in tions Issue To Be Sub-' their attempt to force a vote on a substitute for thc Eighteenth mitted to United States. Amendment and on modification of the Volstead act, it was learned tonight. Another proposal calls for sub mission of this plan to state constitutional conventions instead of to state legislatures, thus substantially providing a national referendum on this troublesome question. Members of both democratic and republican anti-prohibition blocs at a meeting selected a member from Fraternity Exchanges To Con-! ment of the reparations issue tinue Only If Sufficient Cooperation Shown Exchange luncheons of the campus social fraternities being held today will be in Ihe nature of a test lo determine whether or not the custom will be continued. The exchange list is printed i ly submit the plan to the United below. The upper classmen of states, it was said. which would then be submitted to the United States in connection with possible cancellation or adjustment of the war debt* which Kurope owes the Ameircan government. DETAILS OF PLAN MEET HARBOR TRIP will meet on the front if Old College after lunch I leave in a body at 1 the First atreet pier in _» lor the annual harbor be held tomorrow after-The trip is being sponsored Beta Chl, national tnnportation fraternity, desiring to attend this y »gn the paper w hich (used around in com-tlaaaes today and tomor-* tip the notices on the «* bulletin board. Trans-will be furnished by of the fraternity. ENGINEERS 0 VISIT BRIDGE “t» in engineering IA will their laat field trip of the friday afternoon of this will visit the par-«®pltted Sixth street oowruction ot the Sixth W|i ia supervised by Butler, who lectured to ■*mi last week. Mr. Bui-P>anned to have a guide *1 10 atudents, •*>* in general engineering the houses listed flrst will be hosts to the upper classmen of those listed second. The lower classmen of the houses listed first will be hosts to the lower classmen of those listed second. Presidents of the houses exchanging should notify the other house of the number of its membera attending. Gamma Kpsilon—Phi Beta Del- ta; Alpha Nu Delta—Tau Delta i inter governmental war debts, part Phi; Sigma Nu—Theta Psi; Phi Nu Delta—Tau Epsilon Phi; Sigma Alpba Epsilon—Phi Kappa Tau; Zeta Beta Tau—Sigma Chi; Delta Phi Delta—Alpha Epsilon Pi; Phi Kappa Psi—Delta Sigma Phi; Kappa Sigma—Kappa Alpha; Delta Chi—Beta Kappa; Sigma Tau—Slgma Phi Epsilon; Pi Kappa Alpha—Phi Sigma Kappa. S.C. Faculty Men To Hear Magician PARIS, Jan. 12. — ft’P) — An agreement between France and Great Britain for settling war debts and reparations was reported tonight, as Sir Frederick i-eith-Ross. British treasury expert, concluded negotiations with government leaders and returned to London. The accord was understood to, ___„ ... each party to draft the proposed provide for an European settle- i 1 ‘ substitute amendment which will follow- the lines of recommendations made by the Wickersham committee. None of the anti-prohibitionists is hopeful the measure will be approved by the house this year, and most admit they are merely seek- , , . i ing a "show down.” 1 ranee and Britain would joint- , -- - -I The anti prohibitionists announcement of their “battle" plans, was one of the most interesting congressional developments of the day. Both house* were occupied with President Hoover's economic program, the senate having passed the $2,000,000,000 finance corporation bill, considered the administration's plan to aid farm borrowers by granting an additional $125,000,000 to federal land banks. A resolution by Senator James Couzens, repn., Mich., calling on the radio commission to investigate the of theae railway bonds"wouid”"be ^^ihHity of the government ownership and operation of broadcasting stations, was adopted without debate. Meantime, the house continued debate on the finance corporation The plan was reported lo provide: 1. A two year moratorium on condiilonal reparations payments by Germany to the European powers. 2. Creation of German railway bonds bearing a total of 660,000,-000 marks ($158,000,000) to meet the unconditional reparations payments, beginning in 1934. 3. In event of canrellation of the MRS. H. GEIGER TO BRING ARCTIC TO TOWN, GOWN Club Opens Years’ Activities With Illustrated Talk On Frozen North. LAVAL GROUP QUITS AFTER PARLEY FAILS French Government Re-j signs Following Refusal Of Support from Herriot PARIS, Jan. 12—(UP)—The year old government of Premier Pierre Laval resigned tonight after a series of rapld-llre political developments and a mass attack of thousands of unemployed, led by Communists, on the opening session of the chamber of deputies. The cabinet decided to resign after Laval had failed to persuade the powerful radical party, led by Edouard Herriot to accept post* Trojan Editorial Staff Will Meet Today Noon A meeting of (ho editorial board of the Daily Trojan will be held today at noon in the editor's offlce. 229 Student Union. Those required to be present are Quentin Reger, Don Adam, Marion Evans, Martha Van Bus-kirk, Ernest Foster, John Dunlap. Les Koritz, Wrndall Sether, Richard Llndftren, and Max Plake. HOLD BRIDGE TEA Inaugurating activities of the i In the government and support More Than 4 00 At ten alloted to the Pulled States as compensation. The purported plan was some-what in line with suggestions from I»ndon recently, when it was understood on good authority that bl" wl,h ‘^cations ^ey would not France and Britain were working vole on 11 Mor* Vr'A^- toward an accord on reparations which would permit them to make a Joint appeal to the United States for an adjustment of war debts. An informal meeting of the Men's Faculty club will be held Friday, Jan. 15, at 8 p.m. in S.U. 301. Dr. C. M. Case, chairman of the program committee, has announced Barkhan Rosinoff, SECRETARIAL CLUB WILL HEAR BANKER Bringing a phase of practical business to the attention of stu-president of the California As- I c- c- Hogan, assistant irust sembly of the Society of Ameri-, Cer aDd asslB,ant secretary of can Magicians, and former S.C. Ithe Spcu>'<ty First National bank, student, as the speaker for the i w address members of the Secre-evening. Mr. Rosinoff, who will !,arlal Administration club in their address the club on "Magic versus i h,ncheon meeting in room 322, Stu-the Miracle Monger,” is at present their guests should meet ol Bridge at 1 o'clock Hie moon. ers To Elect Officers On Friday *n of B>-Liners. profes-HnUsm fraternity, will friiay in editorial ot-«• Uie Daily Trojan, accord-11 Brooks, president. ^ ol officers will be held i*us formulated for the flrat ••'lag ot tne ciub for *** aemester. Because of of the business lo be ***■ It ia necessary that be "• UL e»ent, Brooks P; Chu pel roKr am ^Kii», Piesent: M,'Kinley. by Ihgdle. dent l'nion, today noon. His subject will be, "Duties and Responsibilities of Corporation Officers." Mr. Hogan especially will stress the work of the secretary of a corporation. Frances Todd, president of the club, states that anyone enrolled in secretarial administration or commercial education is Invited to at-7:00—Delta Psi Kappa, national J tend the meeting. Reservations Physical education sorority, W.A. j may be made in the Commerce A. room. office. working in cooperation with the Federal Radio commission and the pollc.e department. A social hour will follow the meeting. All members of the faculty, and members of their department, are urged to attend. Theta Sigma Phi Pledge, Initiation Rites Tomorrow Pledging and initiation ceremonies will be held tomorrow afternoon when Theta Sigma Phi meets at 3:30 at the home ot the president. Dinette Zimmerman, 2657% Ellendale Place. Those who are to be initiated into the professional journalistic sorority are asked to meet Dorothy Welsinger, vice-president, at 3 p.m. today in the Journalism library to take their pledge tests. They are Celia Garfield, Martha Van Buskirk, Marjoria Edick, and Dorothy Thompson. Women who will be pledged to the organisation tomorrow are Ge-thine Williams, Elma Gordon, Jeanette Strawn, and Marie Drake. Following the services the initiates and pledges will be honored with a dinner at the Chateau, 1201 Shatto street. organization for the roming year, Mrs. Hector Geiger, who has Just returned from an extensive trip In the Arctic, will speak before the Town and Gown club In the Women's Residence hall this afternoon. Mrs. Geiger will illustrate her talk with pictures taken on the trip. She Is the mother of two S.C. professors, Dr. Malcom H. Bissell of the geology department and Kennth M. Bissell of the French department. The gathering is to honor wives of the School of Medicine staff. Mr*. Paul S. McKibben, wife of Dean McKibben, will assist Mrs. Rufus B. von KlelnSmid. president of the organisation, at the informal reception and tea which is to follow the meeting. Included among the hostesses for the afternoon will be wives of the preclinical staff. Freshman Squad Meets L.A.J.C. In Initial Debate El Rodeo Manager Issues List Showing Amounts Due on Pages Carrying out its promise to issue a list of organization names and delinquent accounts, El Rodeo, campus annual publication, today called time on the 55 groups. "Deadlines have been extended and re-extended," said Mac Morgenthau, business manager. In issuing the bulletin last night. “We have tried to show consideration*Bela PI, 30; Kappa /eta, 45; Kappa Sigma, 45; Lambda Gam ma Phi, 25; Mu Phi Epsilon, 20; Mu Phi Epsilon, music, 35; N.C. p., 25; Phi Delu Gamma, 35. Phi Nu Delta, $45; Phi Beta Delta, 45; Phi Sigma Kappa, 45; Phi I-ambda Upsllon, 30; Plil Phi, 45; PI Kappa Sigma. 20; Phi Delta Delta. 30; Phi Mu Alpha. 45; Premed, 35; Phi Delta Chi, 40; Quill club. 20; Rho Pi Phi, 20; S.C. Architects Win 4th Award ln Current Year The winning ot ihe grand prize by Hori* Levin, S.C. architecture student, in the Emerson Contest marks the fourth time that national honors have come to the College of Architecture al S.C. within the last year, The contest was sponsored by the Beaux Art Institute of Design, a national organization to which mosL schools and colleges belong. Last June Robert Boyle received the honor ot having the highest record in original problems in the junior class during the year. This competition was also spon- due to existing financial depres sion. This was to no aiall. Many organizations refused even to make an attempt to arrange with this office. It is unfair to make the Trojans wait for the appearance of their annual because of the negligence of a few people, we believe. That is why this list Is made public.” Here are the ones who have not paid: Advertising club. $10; Alpha Epsilon PI, 40; Alpha Gamma Delta, 20; Alpha Epsilon Phi, 20; A.S.C.E., 30; Aristotilean. 30; Al pha Nu Delta, 20; Beta Alpha Psi, 25; Beta Gamma Slgma, 20: Be ta ta Ka|i cron Chinese Sludents _____ Cosmopolitan club, 25; Delt* Sig- organizations atlll have a short Delta Theta Phi, lime to make arrangements with Wallett won firat national honors Opening their active debating season, members of the freshman debate squad will meet representatives from Los Angeles junior college on the question, Resolved: That Congress should enact legislation providing for the central control of industry, constitutionality waived. The contest will take place at the junior college this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Glendale junior college will be the scene of the second debate, to be held on the same question next week. The negative of the question will be upheld at both times. In speaking of the activities ot the freshman group, Jack Rose, manager, said: “1 am exceptionally proud of the work done by the squad members so far, and we expect to start, an extensive schedule of debates immediately following finals." Five Will Present Welfare Program The School of Social Welfare of S.C. will offer a symposium on phases of social work tomorrow evening at 7:30 In the Y.M.C.A. hut. Ten minute speeches will be given by Freda Mohr on Family Case Work; Helen Dean on Medical Social Work; Helen Souber on Travelers Aid; Catherine Noel on Children W'ork, and by Charles Thompson on Recreation. An open discussion will be conducted for flve minutes after each speech. his regime in the forth coming in ternational conference* on reparations and disarmament. Herriot wa* oftered the foreign affairs portfolio and four other posts for liis party. President Paul Doumer. who accepted the cabinet'* resignation, will consult the parliamentary party leaders tomorrow but. ls expected to commission Laval to form a new government. The premier Is believed likely to retain the old cabinet, with the exception of foreign minister Aristide Briand, who may become minister of state. Laval probably will assume the portfolio of foreign minister and undersecretary Pierre Cathala will succeed the premier as minister of Interior. Andre Tardieu, former premier, will become minister of war and a senator probably will be chosen to succeed Tardleu as minister of agriculture. SCHOOL OF SPEECH TO SPONSOR PLAYS Characterized by magnificent scenic and lighting effects, Ellsworth Martin's Theatre Mechani-que opens this afternoon al 3:30 with “The King's Romance" in the first of four performances scheduled In Touchstone under the auspices of the School of Speech. The play is synchronized with a cast of voices from the Pasadena Community Playhouse headed by Harrison Ford and ls presented on a stage 56 inches acres*. Harold L. Essenholm, president of the School of Speech student body, announces that tickets are on sale at the School of Speech office and at the door of Touchstone. Evening performances tonight and tomorrow night are at 8 o’clock. Tickets are 25 cent*. Offair Hall. in Resident OREGON JURIST DIES PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 12—(U 1’)—Charles A. Johns, 74, who recently resigned as associate justice of the supreme court of the Philippine Islands, died here late last night. More than 400 gue*t* yesterday attended the bridge tea spon*ored by tho Women's Self Government association and Mortar Board lu the Women's Residence hall from 3 to 5 p.m. The 100 tables were attractively arranged by Eleanor Boris and her committee, in the recreation hall. A feature of the tea waa the ''while elephant" booth which was conducted by Mary Smith. Mem bers of Mortar Board sold candy during tbe afternoon, and cabinet members of W.S.G.A. assisted In the serving of sandwiches, punch and randy. Fourteen beautiful prizes for hoth men and women formed basis for competitive playing. The prizes were donated by leading department stores in Los Angeles, including, J. J. llaggarty, Myer tiiegels, B. Klvety's Service ata tion, Silverwoods, J. W. ltobinaon Coulters, Barker Bros., BullockY Phelps-Terkel, May Co., B. Dyas, Bonatt's Bakery In the H and J. Market, Meyer llros, and Sally Sterling Marjorie Grewell, social chairman of the WS.G.A. cabinet, and Margaret Huse and Juanita Wagner, presidents of both of the sponsoring organizations, were in charge of the party. Well over $100 was cleared, ae cording to Margaret Huse, treasurer. This sum will he added to the scholarship loan fund to be nsed by women of the cam pus. Personality To Be Topic Of Lectures "Personality, What Ia It?" is the subject of the flrst of a series of three lectures which will be given by Dr. Bessie A. McClenahan, professor of sociology at S. C., on ae eessive Friday evenings beginning thla Friday, Jan. 15, to the Business Women's league at the Riverside Y. W. C. A. The subjects for the following tww Friday evenings are: "Personality and Personal Relationship,” and Personality and Personal Goals, Professors To Meet For Luncheon Today Commerce Dean Makes Survey Of Curricula in U.S. Universities sored by the Beaux Art Institute Sj„ma gela chl, 45; j of Design, and although due to | ^merlcao Association of Univer •;; ar“ ' ■ j5. si„nJli Slgma, 45; ' the depression the monetary prize #lty p,-0fessors. ua* arranged a Sigma la , . • | wag w(thheld for that year, lhe |unrheon for local members, to 8T.‘Jspook.1 honor .» lb. M. I. .M »■«. *** j ^ l. iiiima Alpha lo t In the senior competition last |ng. and ph| ]5; xau June, which was spousored by the Dean Lester B Rogers, who during the (mat decile. That the new order Is well-grounded is evidenced by a 320 per cent Increase In enrollment in commerce colleges, which now have 70,000 students compared with 17,000 ten years ago, statistics compiled by Dr. McClung Francis MrTtoTd^in. president I hl,ow I)urln« Ule ,he of the campus chapter of Ihe number of graduaie* completing courses has Increased lo about 7,0oo from ti40 annually, while the number of colleges offering commerce courses numbers 95 now as against 68 of ten years ago. "Hanking and finance, account Basic training in the fundamentals of business rather than highly developed specialisation is today recognized throughout the United Stales as essential to the success of the future merchant or director of industry, according to Dean Reid L. McClung of the College of Commerce, who has Juat completed a survey of curricular tendencies In educational Institutions* ' generation void omission from j in the Scarab national sketch com- ilia Delta, 20 30; Della Sigma Phi, 45: Gamma Morgenthau lo av Ela Gamma, 30; Kappa Delta, 25; : the yearbook. They should con- | petition sponsored by the Scarab Kappa Alpha, 20; Kappa Alpha fer with him after 1 p.m. in the j national honorary architecture TheU, 20; Kappa Psi, 35; Kappa i El Rodeo office, S.U. 221. fraternity. to generation, hut methods of conducting business change radically from month to month. “Many business establishments prefer to train young employees In their own manner and have established specialized training schools for ihis purpose. Schools of commerce generally do not attempt to supply apprenticeship training which can be acquired only by actual expHrience, through a highly-specialized training school, or in connection with a particular business establishment. As research reveals additional information of a basic character and as Ihe true objectives of bua- November of thla year William ; a report of the important phases I U>K osed loday as core subjerta [ iness education become more def-ot the convention. with which to train the student Reservations are in charge of j in the fundamental processes and Miss Ruth Brown of the I^atin de- j opei aliens of business, " Deau Me partment. secretary of the cam- Clung states. "Principles ol busi-pus chapter. 1 ness change very slowly from ta Gamma Sigma, zu; tie — ..... ... _ >pa, 45; Beta Sigma Omi 1 Epsilon Phi, Trowel, 25; Theta same organization. S.C. look the represented the S.C. chapter ai 1 lug. economics, business law. sta- 0- 1 Pali 2": Women's residence hall, first three places. The problem ,h<> natloDal meeting held in Chl- U«tic*. business organization, and i I pse Students club, $20; 20; Y.W.C.A., 20 I otal, $1,635. was a Greek temple, cago, Nov. 27 and 28, will give i ot her analogous couracs are be-11 *"* “ ‘ "1 *u'- 1 —i-«• I inir used tud&v a* core subjects ! ] initely formulated, methods of teaching will conatantly undergo change, but the problem type of instruction will predominate. Dean McClung predicts. FEW TICKETS REMAIN FOR JUNIOR PROM Bid Salesmen Requested To Meet Joe Bushard At Noon Today. "Bids for thn Junior prom have been selling fast and only a few aro left." said Marie Poetker, cashier of the Student utore. yes- terday. As the ticket committee, under the direction of Joe Bimbard, prepared to call In all money today, a last minute rush disposed of most of tihe remaining hidw. The contest between tlia salesmen will end at noon, and frojn then on they will only he obtainable at the cashier's window. Announcement was tparie ye*, terday by Steve Marvin that, tho Biltmore garage has agreed to give those attending the dance a 16-cent reduction for parking. Coupons will be printed in the Dally Trojan on Friday, which will entitle the bearer to park at thn garage for 35 cents. Favors for the prom arrived from Philadelphia yesterday and were pronounced highly satisfactory by the general committee. Their nalure will not be revealed until they are presented, but those attending tbe affair are promised a pleasant surprise. •'We’ll see you In the Blue room on Friday night,” says yesterday's message from Don Cave. “Which reminds us that the boys are in the pink of condition, and will play those blue songs you've road about—the oneB that make black crooner* turn green with envy.” All men who have been selling bids for the prom are requested to meet Joe Bushard in 234 Student Union at noon today to dlBpose of their money. RADIO EDUCATORS OPEN NEW SERIES Broadcasting over the entire southern division of the Don Lee system, a new series of educational lectures will be given during the Trojan hour on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons starting at. 4:15, Don Petty, secretary of the radio education division announced yesterday. The broadcast for the time being are to be Bent out from KHJ until new equipment at the Trojan radio station will allow the lectures to be aent out by remote control from tbe local studio. Dr. E. A. Rayner, associate professor of psychology, will deliver the flrat address on Jan. 19. This will be the flrst of a series of four entiled, "Personalities.” On Thursday, Jun. 21, Gordon Whitnall, lecturer on city planning and former president of the Uis Angelea city planning oom-tnisshKi will speak. In the future, additional lectures are to be provided and an attempt will be made to have these educational programs broadcast from more stations. Professors interested in developing tbe programs may secure information by calling station 245, Mr. Petty announced. KNIGHTS MEET AT 6 Trojan Knights will meet today at 6 p.m. instead of 6:16, Bud Medbery announced last night. The meeting will be held at the Delta Sigma Delta house, 1204 IV. 27tli street. Ail who hsve nol as yet been iniUated muat be preaent, atated Mridbery, as tbls will be the principal purpose of (be meeting. Mail Being Held Mall ls being held for Baily Edgerton and president ot the following organizations: Sociatas Sociatus society, Corni-Literary society. Daffy club. Pre-Law society. Mu Sigma Phi (Pre-Med), Theta Chi. Liberal club. Alpha Phi Alpha, and Theta Slgma Phi. The presidents may obtain the mail from Al Kelso, chairman of the Stuednts’ Organization committee, Student Union 234. on M. W. V. 9-10, or T. Th. 11-12. I ^
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 23, No. 73, January 13, 1932|
|Description||Daily Trojan, Vol. 23, No. 73, January 13, 1932.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
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DAI LY J' TROJAN
There will be a brief golf meeting tomorrow noon in 207 Student Union.
Los Angeles, California. Wednesday, January 13, 1932.
IISHPLAY SE GIVEN STUDENTS
alia Presents Two-
Comedy In “Y” Vht.
will present “Kl Id-j^liu pd Nueva York.” ^ n flranlsh, this eve-j i o'clock on the "V” jldtnimlOD If free and all <|nl*re»ted are invited lo gpwial invitations were „.jthe Hispanic club nf ud tlie Spanish depurt-
plt! ft * comedy, with ; Bi’baglia and Noel La-(li( ieading role* as I.o-Ms, reapeel’vely. The lm around Lolita's love »(ili Late, whom she supple an American teacher
; ji a lub-plot. in which IHufford, playing the part i chum of Lolita, exactly opposite tastes and t« marry a young Span-rttpe. whose role is assign-CariM Escudero.
Duran and Doris are In the cast as the of the household; Proa-ranillo as Don Rufino and Cltler as Dona Kngracia It parents. Miss Leam-tn haa the part of nt along the lines of a and William A. P. tlcardo de Leon, and l