Daily Trojan, Vol. 22, No. 90, February 18, 1931
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jmuiNQ J lfte«""P *~r f - tedar. S O U T H ERN A L 1 F O R N I A DAI LY P TROJAN XXII WDSHAIL IN’S QUEEN ON RETURN U* Comes Home to Spanish Ruler Dur-Impending Crisis. ... rfTi£-<uP)-Q««n f»B* battle from En*lBnd ,t her huaband's King Alfonso X111 ***'“ dictatorial measures j,, popular tide toward Uilim "f " constutlonsl *Mch would strip him ' miocratlc power he ' >n- hrom of thousands. Intar-j liberally *i'h uniformed Jtiiaily garbed aristocrats bin. met ,h* <JUPpn *' ,he thn h»r train from Parle i it S:30 P m There wer# inuttvw from the Britlah ^grti (tnbsisies. pp|AR AT BALCONY limlltd graciously and eager-:rf abou’ the kin*. The peo-ol Inceiaanl unreal and -»t the uncertain political •eaponded to her bow and ri i welcome, fliieenhad hurried back from (Ida of her mother, Princess i, mm of King George of \jd, to be with Alfonso dur->>, crisis which threatened A moment after her it tbe royal palace, ahe ilig Alfonso, both looking tint tired, appeared on a Tbe crowd cheered re-. It was a moving sight, I til political unrest and the jlttni-martial law in mind. ItCUMION CONTINUES king and queen then re-tmide th* palace and the dlsperaed, The night waa wMle political conference* to lolva the lateat crials li continued. Count Roman-tht Marques De Alhucemas ther liberal and constitution-1 leader* gathered to continue »:c'*is talk of a new regime willletions on the powers of throne. They sought to find Continued on Page Two) Lo* Angeles, California, Wednesday, February 18, 1931. Men Will Meet For Sweater Measurements The following men will meet In Blll Hunter's office at noon tod*y to be measured for sweaters: Byron Gentry, Gene Clark, Tom Mallory, Gene Brown, Ward Bond, Vaughn Dertmlutn, Irving Winfield, varsity men. Burt Sherman, Robert. Collier, Lee Summers, freshmen. S.C. ALUMNUS SPEAKER FOR RALLY TODAY NOVEL BIDS WILL CARRY OUT MOTIF OF DINNER DANCE School of Merchandising Holds Annual Social Event Friday Evening. From bids disguised as sales-checks to miniature bill boards for j place cards, the theme of the j seml-formal dinner dance of the ! School of Merchandising is gym j bolic of Its cardinal interests. To ! be held Friday at the Pacific | Coast club ln Long Beach, the af I fair Is the annual social event of this division of the College, of Commerce.. One member of each couple attending must be enrolled in the School of Merchandising or a member of the Univeralty Advertising club, Alpha Delta Slgma, or Gam ma Alpha Chl, national profession al organizations. Don Millican stated that the bids were aellinc rapldiy and they may be obtained from a member of the bid committee or In ihe office nf the School of Merchandising. Patrons and patronesses Include a number of Influential business people, including Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rundy rtf the Bundy Quill and Press; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marti and Mr. and Mra. Harry Buffum, Long Beach merchants; Mr. and Mrs. B* C Slavin, store superintendent of Bullock's; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Buell, general man ager of the May company. Dr. and I Mrs. W. D. Moriarty and Dr. Flor-j ence May Morse will represent the I university on the patron list. Ship Tons Glider AY WILL BE In 25'Mile Flight ATE OF NEXT DIG Cher Open Water ist to the ho'lclay which hns ! declared to commemorate | !* Washington's bi tltda/, the scheduled for Monday will | Wd Tuesday nl.;ht, nud wl'l ' irate the all-unhenity social • lor the lecond semester, social hall wag decide! upon lf all-univet iity social coin* j to be th* -i ene nt i be 1 Thi* decision Is Hi* result attempt to keep tiie Student > building a rendezvous for 1 **'*nts. in order tn arovlde room for dancing, the furni-•ill be removed from ths 'lounge ai well as from 'he >'“• The it*K Un»-. according * MW syatem. will form in ""'r of th, f)oor. •* Thompson's popular ten- * orcheaiia lua been chosei ‘sb the music. a check-room be maintained for the con-!°te of thf gutats. I *111 begin promptly al UA Jane, McCoy haa re-!i ‘be cooperation of all *or-p houses in holding pledging ti“ 11 »“ early hour so Pi> house will he rt*pre-»t the "dig •• * u,»al spirit of informality both in the matter of lnl Introductions. Informal Wjrt ciotha* will he proper, CU!|lng-ln" win be encour- '♦rs. dropped in tbe tradl »,' " ,hp ,1nor »‘H admit i ■ *hllP , charming smile' entrance for the wo ! >SCUl. W W'LL SPEAK I in Hl'"* for tho Club | •" M.ss Ellia fcr, ,h. B ^ 1 *“*•< speaker lot w " r|'jb °f the Fede-Lr, °®en« c|ub(1 21();< go IH.Il'" F"j,) morning at ik«JLri'ud* Uw*u <h* ,or lhe meeUBg AVALON. Sania Catalina Island, Feb. 17—(IP)—A 25-mile night over open water from San Pedro on the mainland, to Pebble Beach here was made in a motorless glider today by Richard Devine, Los Angeles airplane pilot. The craft was towed by the power yacht Fellowship, operated by Joe Fellows. Sr. Devine brought his glider down 1 hour, 25 minutes after taking off. breaking a wheel in landing, but escaping un-injured. As the glider neared Pebble Reach, Devine cut the two rope and soared above tlie ar>a for several minutes, selecting a strip for landing. The glider has a wing spread of 50 feet. TWO DROWNED PHOENIX, Ariz.. Feb 17—(I Pl —High water In the Verde river caused two men to drown, th* sheriff's office here was Informed loday. Credit Expert to Address Commerce Students at 10 This Morning. Mr. Paul H Cunningham, for mer Trojan student, who Is now conneclerl with the credit department of the Security Flrat National bank In Los Angeles, will speak at an assembly of the student body nf Ihe College of Commerce at 10 this morning in Touchstone theater. All 10 o'clock classes In commerce will be dismissed so that as many students ss possible may attend the meeting aciording to Leslie Fay, president of the Col lege of Commerce. Substituting on the program for Chester A. Rude, who is vice-president of the Security Nstlonal bank, Mr Cunningham will speak as a guest nf the accounting department on the topic "Why the Ranker Says No." He waa, while a student at S. C., president of the senior class of '28. Is now permanent class president of the class of '28. and a member of the Skull and Dagger honorary fiaternity. Phi Beta To Give Program Phi Reta, natlnnal prolesslonal fraternity of music and art, will stage an Intereating and varied program at the Knickerbocker hotel on the evening of Feb. 28. featuring eminent artista, with the prnceeda being used fnr the scholarship which is offered every year to students in music and art. Gilmore Brown, who has been the director of the Pasadena Community Playhouse for many sea-snns has promised to attend the ptogtam. and will be a guest of honor along with such noted personalities as Edward Everett Horton, stage and screen celebiliy. Alec U. Francis, Warner Brothers' chai after sctor. .Marlon Schilling, youug Pathe star, and Dean Wal ter Fischer Skeele of the College of Muaic. Phi Beta lias several national figures as patrons, including. Artur Rodzinski, Philharmonic conductor, .lolin McCormack, world famous tenor, May Hobeson. the grand old lady of the stage. Dr. and Mts. Rufus B. vou KleinSmid, Dr. Fran-sic Baron, Dean Mary Sinclair Crawford, Mrs. Pearle Aiken Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Giles Gil- J bel t, pianists, and Conrad Nagel ‘ and Ann Harding, motion picture ; favorites. Tickets for this Phi Bi-la pro | gram can be ohlalut'd al the Associated Student Store, or the Col- j lege of Music, 26nl South Grand. CATCH INDIAN BANDIT CALIPATRIA, Calif, Feb 17 — (f p)—Pnllard Boyken sn Indian, was captured after a brief chase loday when he fled from a btanclij of the Security Flrat National Bank with *7,000. Boyken ez | changed a number of shots with J Chief of Police Frank Benson and other officers before being cap tuted. Bids Are Nou1 On Sale For Annual Underclass Dancc To Be Held Friday Night With only 150 bids available for the annual .underclass dance, scheduled for Friday night in the Student l’nion social hall, tickets for the event ar* rapidly being sold by tbe >alcs men and in the Student Store, 'aid Kd Lee, chairman of the j tirkct sales yesterday. ASSEMBLY TO WELCOME NEW SPRING TERM This affair offers the members of the freshman snd sophomore classes an opportunity to become better acquainted. A few bids ar $1.50 are left for students who desire to attend. Invitations have been Issued to prominent off csmpus people. In eluding some of the leading mo tion picture stars nf Hollywood, for the dance. Other novelty fea Rolph ‘Fires’ Board Head; Backs Down Governor Finds “Dismissed" Officer Has Four Years of Term Left. SACRAMENTO, Calif. Feb 17 -(UP)— Governor Rolph today "dismissed'' Dr. Oeorge K. Ebrlght, president of the state board of health for many years, and laler found that the dismissal »aa lm possible. Ebrlght had opposed appointment by Gov .Kolph of Dr. George C. Sablchl of Pf "rsfle'd ss dep uty director of the departme and head nf the department of epidemiology. "For the good of public service,' 'ihe go\ernor said In concluding a lengthy statement, "I now hereby remove Dr. George Ebrlght from public service. If he will remember that I was elected to the office of Governor of California by a million people of California, he will realise that I am going lo direct the affairs of the slate department of public health as governor.” Rolph thought that Kbiighf's appointment had ezpired laat June and lhat he was holding office bn cause there was no new appointment. LAWYER SAYS U.S. IS ‘SPOILED CHILD’ tures hsve been planned for the progiaiu In addition. Bob l.abri-ola'a nlne-plece orchestra will pio vide music snd entertainment for Ihe dancers from tt to 12 p m. Within keeping with the season, a George Washington motif will be followed in the decorations and refreshments. Vnder tlte lead ershlp of Hyrum White, members of Ihe Flying Squadron will dls tribute bids to rsmpua fraternity snd soroHty houses. Albion King To Discuss Drunkcness Philosophy Instruct or Will Speak on “Activities of the Inebriate.” Before an open meeting of the Y. M. C. A council tonight at 5:S0 In the “Y" building, Albion j King nf the philosophy depart-j ment will talk on the “Psychol-i ogy of Drunkenness." | Taking a scientific angle. King | plans tn point oul the physical condition of a "stewed" person with relation to the menial ac-| livities of Uie Inebriate. Sped | flc illuanatlons of drunken Indl I vlduals as menaces to society will be given throughout Ihe lecture. King’s article on ths previously named topic has bei-n fhe cause nf considerable dlscussinn nnrong j prohibition antagonists and de j fenders since ils publication ln ihe Christian Century several months ago. • Frank Purcell will direct community singing before Ihe main J apeaker of the meeting make- * liia address. Dinner will be serv-1 ed at 5:30 for 25 cents a plate Kvenlng plants will nol be disrupt ed sinoe the dinner will be over by 7. COLUMBIA CHEMIST TO ADDRESS GROUP Classes Tomorrow Will be Dismissed Early for AU-U Gathering. Fm mal oi>enlng of the nrw sem ester will take place at the all-university assembly to, be held at 9:2t». Thursday morning in Bovard auditorium, when President Rufus B von KleinSmid will officially welcome new students to the campus. Dr. Bruce Baxter, who will pre side at Ihe meeting, made this announcement yesietday. together with the fac I that the bank of it o'clock classes will be dismissed at 9:15. Everyone Is required to attend his 9 o'clock class, five minutes being allowed for fime to get to assembly which opens sl exactly 9:20, running through the regular chapel period ami dosing at 10:ii6 Hecause of this, the last portion of tlie president's speech will be broadcast over station KM PC. At the beginning of each semes 1 ier, Prealdent von KleinSmid gives such an addiess. Therefore, lllla welcome, which was to have been given lust Tuesday, but was postponed due lo the Illness of tiie President, will open in a very n-al fashion tlie present aprlng semester. While It Is intended for a welcome to new studenta, those who have been ln-ie during the past semester are alao urged lo attend, for this is one of the few | occasions w hen lhey have an opportunity to hear Ihe President speak. In addition In the adtliess. spec lal music wllUbi* furnished for (he assembly by Dean Waller F Skeele, dean of the College of | Music, w |io w ill present several organ solos. False Teeth Gag Is No Johe To Local Man By United Press Suddenly choking and gasping. Mark Thorne, 63, awakened loday and discovered lhat he had swallowed hla false teeth aa he slept. Al Hollywood receiving hoa-pltal he was given emergency treatment and returned to his home Doctors said sn opera tion would be necessary to re cover the molars. TROJAN DEBATERS MEET NAZARENE COLLEGE TONIGHT - Steck and Jones Are S C. Speakers; Contest Held in Porter Hall'. Graduates to Receive Supplement To Alumni Review hy S.C. Faculty Marked with enthusiasm on the part of Trojan alumni for the mimeographed supplement to -he Southern California Alumni Review written by various members of the Trojan faculty on subjects of vital current interest has been noted. Monthly copies of the supplement are mailed to the members of Ihe Souhern California Alum nl association The purpose of Ihe supplement Is to further lhe education of^ the graduated atudenis of Ihe Ini versity of Southern Callfoinia. This month's contributions of lectures lo the supplement are: English, "The New Attitude Toward American Literature" by Dr the Prevention of Juvenile Maladjustment and Delinquency" by Prof. Norman Fenton. Music, "Adult Music Education" by Prof. Adelaide Trowbridge Perry, zoology, "The Hessian Fly and Man" by Dr. Bruce M Harrison: philosophy. "Philosophy Through th* Lives of ibe Philos Louis Wann; economica, “Panic ophers" by Dr. Herbert L. and Panacea" by Dr. Joy L. Leon- , Searles; history. "Activities in ard; politicsl science, “The In- j California and Latin American creasing Cost of Government" by Htl,ory * by Dr. Clarence V. Oil Dr. Roy Malcom. engineering.1 "Trends in Electric Power Trans hiland: law, "Commercial Arbltra i tion' mission'' by Prof. Wm (J. Anger mann; education, "A Program for ; IIV by Prof. Orville P. Cocker By UMed Press America was arraigned as the "spoiled chlld of fortune' by Sam uel Unlermyer, nationally famous law-yer, In an address before l*os Angeles University club members j yesterday on business and social conditions. Frankly assuming Ihe "unproflt j able role of reminding ua of our | blunders,” Unlermyer scored Am erica for deficiency In "even Ihe ; rudiments and practices of a sound social and economic pliilo- ! sophy," yet added that he was an incurable optimist for ihe country and its future. "1 differ." he said, "from the j people of other nations and from J our ow n smug self satisfied fellow j citizens who blindly worship our j material success and prosperity to the poim at which they assume that It must have been achieved by superior thrift and ability and t by a more profound knowledge of economic laws than thast of other countrlea with which we compete.” | Dr. Starbuck to Speak on God at Luncheon Today •God ia the Life of Ihe World" la the subject chosen by Dr Bdwln Dlllsr Starbuck professoi In the depaitment of philosophy, for the first Y W. C, A. meeting to be held this noon in Divinity hall. University avenue and 34th atreet Meeting* will be held every Wednesdsy noon, st which time various speakers will address the campus women The price ia 20 centa, and reservation* are not neteaaary. In* lation Is exiended to all women on the campus, ea peclaliy io Inelming freshmen Prof Victor K. La Mer, noted professoi sciential from Columbia university, will lecture on the theory of dissociation of salt solution* at 8 p. Ul, Feb. 20. In the Chenilatry building on llils campus. The lecture Is lo be a part of the initiation priiKiaui sponsored by Phi Lambda Upsilon, honorary chemistry lialernlty. al which time Professor LaMer will be gueal of honor. Professor LaMer, though one of the younger membeis of the staff at Columbia. Is well known In the field of physical chemistry as a teacher, scientist and author, ant} al the present time ia on asbhatical leave from Columbia Following the initiation which la scheduled for 4 o'clock ln the afternoon, dinner for active and alumni membera of that organization will be served. The cost will be (I per plale; for reservations phone or write Prof. LeRoy S. Wetherby Richmond 4111. atailon 2*8, or call at t* Chemistry building. Wind Sinks Tu# In Deep Water Off Washington HIOIjLINGHAM Wash . Feb 17 (irpi—The tug Barbaia Foss, which went aahore at Puffen Rocks, off Natla. laland broke loose today and sank in deep water during a windstorm loday, according to reporla reaching here. The crew of four men aboard Ihe Barbara Fo»a waa taken off safely, and the tug stood by with salvage equipment and a scow to salvage the sinking tug if poa alble. Earlier in the day reporta said that the stranded tug was in no danger, but waves and a strong wind washed It from the rocks Fraternities Trade Meals III an effort to bring about a wider acquaintance between fraternity men, campus gioupa will hold the fourth series of exchange luncheons thla uoou, Fred Chase, chairman of Ihe interfraternity i * - la i ious com mittee. announced. Houses which will egchauge hospitality today are: Heta Kappa 'Gamma Epsilon. Delta Clil— Kappa Alpha Delta Sigma Phi Kappa Slgm-c. Phi Kappa Psl — l'iii Kappa Alpha. Phi Kappa Tau Slgma Alpha Epsilon. Pill Nu Delta—Slgma Chl. Phi Slgma Kappa Slgiua N'u. Slgma Tau Alpha Nu Della, Theta Psl Della Phi Delta. Phi Beta Delta — Tau Epallon Phi. 'I'lie first house nsrued ls asked to act aa host to tlie upperclassmen of the second house and make the arrangements for the affair. Aa there la an odd number of ftalernlilea. otle must be omitted from the exchange each week. HEARING FOB SANI fY PHOBNIX, Ailz, Feb. 17 M Pi - Charles R. Foster. Clayrdste, Pa , youth, under sentence to hang Friday, will be given an Insanity bearing at Florence, Aria., lale tomorrow. Two debalera from Northwest N a serene college of Tampa, Idaho, will speak from the Trojan plat Ioi in tonight against Kmll Steck and (llenii Jones. The visiting speakers are Theodore Mai tin and George Tayloraon who will defend the negative issues ot Ihe Fi ee Trade quest loll. Th* appearance of the vlalllug I es til toutgclit In Poi Ier hall, la the first time that debaters from Northwest Nnaarene have debaled with Trojan apeakera. Fight intercollegiate couteata liuve been anangeit for Ihe vlait-ng speaker* during tliel" first trip lo the Southwest. Including debates with Utah, Stanford. South ern Callfoinia, Pasadena college Hnd lhe College of Puget Sound. Besides the two apeakera irt tonight's contest, Robert Coulter la also making the Hip. The team ia debating both aidea ot Ihe Free Trade question on the tour wltn Coulter a* the affli luatlve, Minin as Ihe uegatlve and with Taylot-non debating, both aidea. All of thu vlaiting apeakera have hnd t»o yeara of debating expert-ence. Jones and Steck, who have debated aaainat Stanford ou Mon day evening of this week in a nondeclKlon contest, aie leady to defend their view* of Ihe quea tion. The last non deciaiou coulee! tills week ia echeduled for Fri-('ay night when Ucegson Uaulssr and Lockwood Miller meet theOre gnu Slate college team ou tile Chain Siote question. March Wampus Deadline Feb. 24 For Manuscripts Deadline for the March issue of ihe Wampus, campus hunio- mag axlne, lias been set for Feb. 24. This Issue will *>•• lh« Avial'on numbei and all short a! iries and other literary work should be writ-■ en in accordance with thi* thanie. All staff membera are lequealed lo See Ihe editor some tlttan Thursday. Ml** Goodwin will be In her office from 910, and from 2-5 Art work for the next number is needed and new studenta wbo have artistic talent should sub mlt their woik to the Wampus of flee by Ihe deadline dale. BANDIT ESCAPES BKI.t.FI.OWKH. Calif, Feb 17 (IP) A bandit escaped with approximately 12.000 from the Commercial National bank here I loday. International Council Will Hear Two Speeches on Modern Russia Members of the Council ou Iniei national Relation* will hold their mouthly dinner meeting at the Los Angele* City club, H33 South Spring street, tomorrow evening at fi:15. Dr. Gordon 8. Watkins and Prof. Geoige Day will speak on "Russia Today." Dr Borla V. Morkovin will be the gueal of the club, and many persous who lisve been in Husaia are planning to attend. "Indications are," Dr. J. Kugene Hailey aald, "lhat Ihis will be one of the most widely attended meeting* the council has had.” Dr. Walkins is a protessor of economics at U. C. L. A., and ha* spent several months in Russia. Professor Day, professor of sociology st Occidental college, has re- Hope street, Iftinity 4751. cently returned from a yesr’a study in that country, He haa worked with the Execu tlve Committee of International Relations, and has done eglenslve work with the Cosmopolitan club In soul hern California. Profeaaor Day will present a comparative picture before and after the Soviet upheaval. Reservations may be secured from Miss Rlgnche Sleber, 715 So BACHELOR'S CLUB Thar* will bs s lurch eon meeting of th* Pieh*. lor'* club today lh 323 Student Union, It ia necessary that every men-be. be present. No. 90. PAN-HELLENIC CHANGESDATE FOR PLEDGING Hour of Preference Dinners Set Ahead in Favor of Basketball Game. Preference dinners may be held from R'SO until io Saturday even ing, and pledging will be held any lime sfter 5:S0 p.m. Tuesday. These two Important changes were announced by Miriam Brownstet ier, ptesldent of Pan-Hellenic yes terday. The hour for the dinner has been set (head so that sorority girls and rushees may attend the U. C. L. A. 8. C. basketball game Ulrls msy be taken lo the dinner. and home, but not to the xaiue with girls from I lie sorority, said Misa Brownstetter. Each house Is required to have the hour of tbelr dinner, together with the place it is to be held ln tbs office of the dean of women by 8 o'clock friday morning, when thn bids go ln. When tha sorority caila Its rushees lo Invite them lo Uie preference dinner ihe rushee should lie told the hour al which the din uef I* to be held. Pledging lias been moved up un-III Tuesday becauae of Ihe university .holiday Monday. This gives the sororities and Ihe ruaheeg 24 IIIOI* house of truce, which extends from the termination of tha rot-mal dinner date until the hour of pledging, 6:80 Tuesday afternoon. Miss Brownatetter requests that the houaea hold pledging as early as possible so that their members arid new pledges will be free to attend tbe "Dig," Tuesday evening in the gym. There now remain only two day* of ruahlng this week. Rushees msy attend aorority affairs today and tomorrow, but when they lea va the bouse Thursday evening there tuual be no more communication until the formal dinner on Saturday. They will receive the Invitations to the** dinners Thursday between tbe hcura of 10 and lt. Friday morning, those girls who Intend to pledge must report to the dean of women's office where they will be saked to algnlfjr which house they prefer. A Hat of girls who aro eligible to be pledged will be posted in ihe Administration building tomorrow morning. Rush captains should check thla for names of their rush-rea, so that they will know which girla are eligible. AIR AUTHORITY TO SPEAK AT CALTECH With a demonstration of tha world’s outstanding wind tunnel, aud au addieaa by Dr. Theodor vou Kannan, International authority on aeronautice, the February dinner meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Knglneera will be held at the Athenaeum on tile campus of the California Institute of Technology, California street and Hill aveuue, Pasadena, un Wednesday, Feb. 18, at 6 30 p. in. Dr. von Karuiau, director of tha Guggenheim Graduate School of Aerouautica, will addreas the society ou the subject ot "Recent Developments In tlie Design of Aircraft." The lecture will be illustrated by slides and demonstration experiments, as well ss a rapid moving picture showing Ihe flow of air around an alr-foll. The pictures were taken at a rata of 20,000 per second. At the close of the meeting the Guggenheim laboratory will be vial ted where the wind tunnel may be seen operating at a speed of 200 miles or more per hour. The new astrophysics machine shop where work 1« now started | on accessories for the gigantic 200-Inch telescope will be open for inspection. Although this meeting 1* primarily for member* of the two student branche* of the A S M. K , at Caltech and 8 C.. all students are inflied to attend. Trans* i portation may be arranged for at j .30 p. m. ai Bridge hall, at which time the group will meet before leaving for Csltecia.
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 22, No. 90, February 18, 1931|
|Description||Daily Trojan, Vol. 22, No. 90, February 18, 1931.|
jmuiNQ J lfte«""P *~r f - tedar. S O U T H ERN A L 1 F O R N I A DAI LY P TROJAN XXII WDSHAIL IN’S QUEEN ON RETURN U* Comes Home to Spanish Ruler Dur-Impending Crisis. ... rfTi£-