Daily Trojan, Vol. 28, No. 127, April 30, 1937
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Jreeks Meet on-Orgs at fliom Tonight jlbao s Fall Imminent as Spanish Rebels Smash Basque Last Stand Editorial Offices RI - 4111, Sta. 227 Night - PR - 4776 SOUTHERN DAI LY CALIFORNIA TROJAN United Press World Wide News Service Volume XXVIII Los Angeles, California, Friday, April 30, 1937 Number 127 Jimmie Talbert Io PlaY f°r Lancers’ Ull-U Dance j I and streamers in gala help decorate the Stu-Dnion social lounge this eve-when Greeks and non-orgs \tr (rom 9 °'t'l°ck t0 mldnlght te all-university spring prom Talbert and his orchestra, directly from the Biltmore tortus room. wl’.l play for the .. shich will feature floor show j| •1 3 4 PROM HEAD Itamnient by local and guest B Carolyn Hutchinson, blonde Brtvlously With George Oer-k and now a star at KEHE, I appear on the program. [jvlE HILL PERFORM Lr entertainers included on pogram will be Eddie Peabody Be;; Bemie. along with the j Tones, a Negro quartet which tmifd at the recent Texas Cen-cai exposition. _^ored by the Trojan Lancers ar.der the supervision of Phyl-Eght, non-org social chairman, i prom has been declared one of I outstanding events of this itg's social calendar. IDEM BODY INVITED ■ft will be host to the entire *nt body tonight.” emphasizes Draper, Lancer president. "At-itace at the dance Is by no ibs restricted to non-orgs." hr the first time in the history ihe school, a survey of the five k popular songs on the U.S.C. spw is being made through an diversity poll, conducted by the prom committee with John x in charge. The favorite hits ihe order of choice, as decided I ihe voting which has been in qress, will be played at the dance Talbert and his orchestra. [SIC BALLOTS TAKEN Rebels Smash Last Stand Of Loyalisls Mola Sets Bilbao Capture for Sunday As Guernica Falls EIGHT STUDENTS TO COMPETE IN BOWEN CUP DEBATE FINALS ARBITER ... , Phyllis Highf, Lancer administrative board member, has charge of the spring prom in the lounge ot the Student Union tonight. show in Bovard auditorium The show, in two parts, will feature the idea, “It’s Come to This." With this theme predominating, anything might happen, club officials Intimated. Gags, dances, fights, music, romance, and even flying angels will be offered to the Varsity club audience. Eight students successfully passed yesterday's preliminary round of the Bowen Cup extempore tourney to qualify for next Tuesday's contest finals which will also be run off in Porter hall of the Law building. All but one of the qualifyers are men and seven of them HENDAYE, Franco-Spanish Fron- are members of the men's varsity*------- tier, April 29 — <U.R>—Gen. Emilio debate squad. Brooke von Faulken-Mola’s invading rebels tonight stein was the only one of the six marched into the Basque "Holy omen contestants who successfully City” of Guernica, smashing the passed the preliminaries, Miss von “last stand" of Bilbar.s Loyalist Faulkensteln is a member of the wo-defenders along the Biscay coast. men’s debate team. Mola. only 13 miles from the en- REES QUALIFIES circled Basque capital, was report- Ray Rees, a last minute entry, is ed to have given orders for the the only finalist who is not a mem-capture of the city and Its 340.000 ber of one of the U. 8. C. debate I terrorized citizens on Sunday —the \ squads, 63rd anniversary of the city's siege j The six other qualifyers include 1 in the Carlist wars and ordinarily Fred Hall, Maurice Atkinson, Ster-i a day of rejoicing for 600,000 semi- ! ling Livingston, Cliff Royston, Bob j autonomous Basques. ! Crawford, and Bob Feder, Trojan 1 MOVE PLANNED debate captain. I During the next 24 hours, large TWENTY PARTICIPATE mechanized units including Italian i Although 23 were singed up for divisions will move down through the tournament, 20 participated in I the Cantabrian valleys upon Bil- I the contest. These speakers Were bao from three sides, opening the divided into two groups of 10 each, way for the rebels' final blow. ! Prom each of the two divisions the The insurgent's entry into Guer- f°ur best, in the estimation of the nica was announced by Gen. Fran- s^x judges, were selected for next cisco Franco’s general field head- Tuesday's final round, quarters at Salamanca. The sol- | Tlie judges were Mrs. Phyllis Nor-diers plowed through knee-deep de- ton Cooper, a former Bowen cup bris that was once the seat of winner and law student; Prof. Jef-Basque culture and tradition. I fery Smith, of the philosophy department; Larry Pritchard, assistant coordination director; Dr. Neil Warren, psychology instructor; Dr. Clayton Carus. professor of foreign trade; and Elbert Bciry, law student. Democratic Senate Heads Desert F.D.R. President’s Economy Plan Is Protested By Robinson, Byrnes Plays To Be Previewed Dtama Workshop Presents Portion Of Apolliad Program in Touchstone Theatre Tonight; Student Cards Will Admit Two one-act Apolliad plays will be presented by the Drama Male Chorus Rehearses Troy 2000 Years Ago To Be Depicted In Varsity Show Troy as it was 2000 years ago mere handii l and Troy as it ls today will be de- Hardly a building remained and picted May 7 and 8 when the Var- oniy a handful of terror-stricken sity club goes into its third annual , Basques were left ln the ruins after ihe Student Union corridor until eiose of the competition, late sftemoon. Yesterday, "Sweet mi." closely followed by "The ( Bug Will Bite You,” was In lead for student favor. "Blue «ii," “Boo-hoo." and “Sweet Is Word for You" were trailing to manner named. a bombardment three days ago— allegedly by German planes and aviators—in which 800 persons were killed. Those who escaped the bombs and fled into fields and along congested highways were "strafed” by machine gun fire from the air. The rebel radio station at San Sebastian, Mola's field headquarters on thc coast, said the insurgent columns marched on through the ruins of Guernica and to the tiny fishing village of Murueta on the left bank of the Mundnca. At Murueta they were within striking distance of Bermeo. most important town of the Biscay fish- _ , ... . ... . . ing region and almost on the out- ing Trojan athletes with beautiful Qf BJ]baa TWELVE DANCERS A cast of more than 35 members has been going through Its paces for the past three weeks. Difficult ballot box ls being maintained dance routines under the direction of professional directors from Fanchon and Marco studios were practiced last night. Twelve outstand- WASHINGTON. April 29-(UP>— Two Democratic leaders in the senate—Joe T. Robinson, of Arkansas, SSdtaT - 'JTSh °Prefidom Worksh°P tonight at 8:15 o'clock ln Touchstone'theater, for Roosevelt today over his economy Ithe benefit of-students who will be unable to attend the third drive which threatens to transfer Apolliad tomorrow night, which is a.n invitational Mrs. Phyllis Norton Cooper, former ASUSC vice-president, and Bowen cup winner, has been appointed one of the judges for the Bowen Cup extempore tourney finals next Tuesday in the Law building. coed partners worked out for more than an hour. Ed Stevenson, varsity halfback, displayed the most graceful dance technique in last night's practice, j r, ■ crn,L Ns for the prom, priced at $1 i When complimented by directors on JTar ln rrosn jnow k are on sale at the Student! his outstanding work, Stevey said: Off-Key Singers To class Underclass Debaters To Enter L.A J.C. Tourney Trojan underclass orators debate forensic teams from most of thc junior colleges and colleges in | southern California in the seventh I annual Los Angeles junior college tournament today and tomorrow, j U.S.C. will be represented in debate, ' impromptu speaking, oratory, and i oratorical declamation. A! Weissberg, John McCarthy. Art Guy, and Boris Soso were chosen yesterday as the oratorical de- 1 claination team. McCarthy is last year's Bowen Cup winner while Guy is a former runner up in the national high school debate tournament. Two teams of debaters will be out to repeat a win which the Trojans Egyptologist Speaks Today more congressional authority to the White House The split occurred as business leaders, gathered at the annual convention of the chamber of commerce of the United Btetes, heartily endorsed the administration's demand for rigid federal economies and called for a balanced budget during the 1938 fiscal year—one of Mr. Roosevelt's goals. INTEND TO COOPERATE In deserting the president, Robinson and Byrnes emphasized their Intention to cooperate ln effecting substantial economies. However, they challenged a plan reputedly endorsed by the chief executive to achieve the proposed savings. Tlie plan, which speaker William B. Bankhead, D„ Ala., of the house said yesterday has the president's approval, proposes to impound 15 percent of all appropriations and give the white house power to reallocate the impounded funds. TO ASSUME POWER In effect, under this plan. Mr. Roosevelt actually would be ln the position of appropriating, by Indirection, federal monies, a power vested strictly ln congress. Thc president said in his message to affair. The two plays are "Treason” by Grange Lewis and "Extra” by Fa\ c Mitchell. The scene of "Treason” i laid in the trenches of the cpanlsii Loyalists. "Extra" is based on a accident which occurred recently I: Los Angeles, when a street tv crashed into a hamburger stand STUDENTS DO COSTUMING Casts for the two plays wer 1 chosen from members of the Dram.i DITCH MAY 12? WHERE? NORM DOESN T CARE! There will be no official tryst-ing place for schooi-weary Trojans when they observe their annual ditch day Wednesday. May 12, Norm Johnson, A8USC president, announced yesterday. ... , , Although last year, the student Work,hoP' who wln re-enact the body Chose „ beach club for their lwo playR Bt the ApoUlad tomorrow night. Costumes, settings, and direction have also been the work ol students. rendezvous, they will be “on their own hook" this time. Various social organization* have already made arrangements for private pai'ties. Johnson said. Seattle Girl Wins Contest Dr. George Sleindorlf Will Reveal ’Secret of Pyramids' Lucy Ann MacLean Awarded Fourlh In Beauty Title Quesl ________ ____ _______ ________ __ SAN FRANCISCO, April 29—tU.K) 1 are all original student work, mi l congress recasting the budget thut —Shirley Joy Ellis, Seattle, Wash., will be read on the program. Thc he intended to withhold certain uirl. toniirht was named "Mlss Iart display was contributed by thc In addition to the two plays, a monodrama by Bud Brown and a radio skit by Mrs Tacie Hanna Rew, chairman of the Apolliad committee, will be given. These will also be a part of tomorrow * program. STUDENT CARDS ADMIT Student cards will admit students. An art exhibit, poetry, essay1-, short stories, a dance, a display ol colored photography, and a verse-speaking choir will be additional attractions at thc Apolliad program tomorrow night. Thc manuscript' allocations from government departments as part of his plan to Western America,'' ln a contest College of Architecture and Fin. sponsored by the Golden Gate In- j Arts, and the photography by Wll-effect economies and balance the ternational exposition. With the I lt*'m p,l,ll"on budget during the 1938 fiscal year, honor will go a trip to Paris to I INVITATIONS ADMIT Byrnes, a member of thc senate represent the Oolden Gate exposi-1 Admission to the Apolliad is by in appropriations committee which is tion at tlie Paris Exposition o£ Arts i vita tion only. Faculty members mu' From the 20th century to 5000 B hencled by the economy-minded «nd Crafts ttys summer. j obtain passes ln the 8chool ci C ‘” 40 **"• . , _ _ . Sen. Carter Glass. Virginia Demo-I Lucy Ann MacLean. Mlss Call- sP°ech “nd „re8erv That is the lecord of Di. Oeoige crgt_ ^ Kl|thor of an amendment fornia placed fourth As Mis* Cai- *heni by telephoning. Members o. ftltiHnrff imrld fnmnnc Fot'ntnln. I , • ■ , . < . . • r ’ *. 1. _ ..i.. < Annlll«/I nAmmUfno ifornia she will be hostess to the j Steliidorfr, world famous Egyptolo gist, who will speak on "The Secret of the Pyramids" at "3 p.m. today in Bowne hall. His travels in Egypt began ln 1895 when he was sent by the publishers of the famous Baedeker cored last year in the L A.J.C. tour- S'Me books, now the boone of all According to Neal Deasy cashier's window and from I "Shucks, it's nothing. I'll admit president, the freshman variety ! nament. Ed Jones, former city | tourists ln Europe. As a result of i salesmen, including mem- | that I'm not bad as a dancer, but show “It’s Bovard Hall Tonight" high school debate champ, and Biil : that first tour. Dr. Steindorff's I the Lancer administrative | you must remember that my part- ,V|11 star “The Terrible Five," an Barton are one team while James ■ “Baedeker’s Egypt” Is generally ^ Bids will also be sold at j ner. Nancy Holme, helps a lot." j aggregation of "superior off-key Merritt nnd Willard Huyck are the known as the best manual dealing door this evening. PROBLEM CHILDREN Korations in pastel shades, in tltai to balloons and serpentines, ' Mp carry out the spring mo-•Wi is being used in prepar Red Morgan and Coy Dunn were the problem children of the cast. Morgan looked well in the swing SprciaitjPf singers." Henrietta Pelta and Mar-| iam Jordon, two performers who recently appeared 011 the Pontiac varsity show, will also present their to Student Union social lounge "u,mber£, but weakened when -trace to all-university prom ful routlnes were ordcred' Dunn also was all right in the swing, but he encountered trouble in the tap numbers. Pete (Call Me Killer) Kovac, “mad man from Dentistry” and self-styled wrestler, is billed to tangle with a mystery foe as one of the features of the show. Last night, the “mad molar massager" went through a dummy scrimmage with himself. oeds Will Not Chosen ^ Beauty *“ty will have little or no part fc selection of the 20 coeds who present Sigma Sigma during Wior organization's drive to * iunds for underprivileged j™ stated Mauri Kantro, of Sigma Sigma and toll of the drive, yesterday. submit a list of promin-^ outstanding university wo-the welfure board of the »'ho will select the final ««this list, using the recom-of the committee to continued Kantro. “Our * not to exploit the cam-■w. but to sincerely choose outstanding women to serve ,. ^'ary unit during the * weeit. ’ M L°!!erc"ce with the welfare Man 11 Kantro Sun, members that the Sig-Ip-... orR'lniZfltion would give llisfJ!iiC00peralion ln avoiding the unlversi,yand second team. I The show will be written, produced. directed, and enacted ln its entirety by members of the class of '40. It is expected to be ready for Kappa Zela presentation sometime in May. U.S.C. Organizations with Egyptian antiquity. LYBIAN EXPEDITION In the winter of 18B9, the eminent scientist made an archaeological expedition through the Lybian desert to the oasis of Jupiter Ammon. Not content to remain inde- j to make a horizontal slash of 10 percent ln all appropriations. Mangold Heads Sociology Club Spring Session Headed by Dr. George H. Mangold. U.S.C. sociology professor, thc southern division of the Pacific Sociological society will begin its spring session next Saturday, May 15, at Chaffey junior college. Dr. Mangold is president of the society. As the main speaker of the morn- the student Apolliad committcc. 11' Western stated at the coming I contributor, of manuscript, or other exposition. She will return to Los ' work' regardless of whether or n. Angeles today by United Airlines. lhpy were peopled, all who particl- The auburn haired, blue-eyed pate In the program, and all previous Apolliad contributors are also eligible for Invitations to lomor-row night's program. Invitations will be available until this afternoon. If any are unclaimed then, students may obtain them by calling at the speech office. \\ Critics To Be Guesh Kappa Zeta, honorary pre-mcdi-cal fraternity, will meet at 12:15 today in the Student Union social hall for a luncheon. VON KLEINSMID TO SPEAK Dr. Rufus B. von KleinSmid will address an education group at Bell- Alohi Phi Omeqa flower tonight. The spcech will 1 1 pertain to public schools week. Lukens Intrigues Audience With Ceramics Exposition Crushed rubies, sizzling copper oxides, and blazing kilns 'paraded through the national ceramics exhibit yesterday as Glen Lukens, U. S. C. ceramics instructor and first prize winner in the display, conducted a group through the display explaining the methods and backgrounds that entered Into the creation of each article. ^to lln(j himself surrounded by a With three of his own pieces on myth of Chinese porcelains, to a finitely as professor of Egyptology j Ing session. Dr. Frank H Garver, at the University of Leipzig, he j history professor, will give an ad-begiin excavations at the Cheops ! dress on "The Supreme Court and pyramid in middle Egypt in 1903 J Social Reform." Dr. Bessie M. Mein an effort to clear away a little I Clenahan, professor of -sociology and more of the mystery surrounding1 social work, will speak during the the ancient architecture of thc Pha- j afternoon session on "The Social raohs. | Psychology of Relief.” "All the Egyptian treasures now 1 Other leaders include Dr. George in Germany were secured through j P. Hedley of the California associ-orary servlce fraternity will initl- I the initiative of Dr. Stelndorfl; he j ation for adult education, who will ate new members and elect and in- I u known as the 'Pope of Egypt’ ln ! present the main afternoon ad-stall new officers during a meeting Central Europe,” Dr. Hans N. von dress on "Labor and the Law." "Re-at the home of Jim Lynch at 2:30 Koerber. professor of Oriental stu- | lief Problems In California" will dies, said yesterday. An assistant be the topic of Arthur Greenlelgh director of the Egyptian depart- j of the Los Angeles county department in the Berlin museum, Dr. ment of charities. Steindorff arranged the exhibits which have since been acclaimed by Alpha Phi 'Omega, national hon- p.m. Sunday. Westminister Members of the Westminister club Washington girl was chosen for her beauty, charm, poise and Intelligence, Lo represent the West as the "true American girl." Mlss Ellis is 19. five feel. 7 inches, and weighs 125 pounds, Genevieve Hansen. 21, browneyed Reno, Nevada, girl, and Uni versitv of Nevada student, placed /-"\j second to Mlss Ellis. She was edi- °f VOn KleinSmidS tor of the Artemesla, University | A dinner ln honor of thc guest of Nevada student yearbook and ; critics wlio will attend thc 13th active ln campus activities. j annual Apolliad program will be Third place winner was Maur- j Klven by Dr. and Mrs Rufus B. von Ine McKenzie of Salt Lake Cltv, 1 KleinSmid at 6 oclock Sat ui day graduate of the University of Utah , "veiling ln the Foyer and Town and and now employed with the board 0°wn. of education ln Salt Lake City. F.D.R. GOES FISHING All sludent contributors to the program and members of the student Apolliad committee may obtain tickets to tlie dinner by callin'* at the speech office. Among the guests will be Ralph will have an election of officers to- i critics as among the best In the morrow following the weekly lunch- I world, eon meeting in 322 Student Union WORK PUBLISHED at 12:20 o'clock. Al the request of the Egyptian government, accounts of the work done under his direction • during the winter of 1930-31 were published 1 - , . rt.irli Lonnie Hood, US.C. graduate of j recently, display, Professor Lukens dropped | student, Professor Lukens look a P ^ and now empi0yed by the West- | Dr, von Koerber. who is a per- Sigma Beta Chi NEW ORLEAN8, April 29—(I'.Hl— President Roosevelt headed down j jMter Bnd Mlss Lillian Barkley, of the Mississippi tonight for tarpon paramount studios; Paul Koliner, fishing grounds off Texas In the MOM studios: Robert Chapin, Gulf of Mexico after pledging his Twentlcth-Century Fox studios; administration to continue its work mi«« Kathryn von Blom and Mrs. relief program Instead of returning i^belle Morse Jone*. of the Los to a dole. Angeles Times; Mrs. Agnes Peter- son, Miss Floi Crutchfield, Mr. and Mrs. George Housh, Mr. and Mrs. James Neill Northe, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maibaum. Brownrigg To Speak at !'s'avian Air Officials r Morkovin -Jugoslavian aircraft officials ► iow fi? Dr' Boris V' Mark' I S n use of motion pic-W, Ulg alrPlane pilots. ■nmu,! are N Mitrovic, chief •Vi c, eng*ncer and Chief \ * Strizhevsky. invesuKating the use l;»lt<>t>*PlCtlJre* ln illustrating T Walton. They plan to use Him J lype of film for both -uv, *Ures and films of act-the C°UrSe °f Chi Phis Co To Bat for Their Gargantuan St. Bernard The pride of 28th street and the personal property of the I Government Banquet Chi Phl fraternity, “Duchess,” a huge St. Bernard dog, caused | . i ern Freight association, will discuss sonal friend of the scientist, stated J* sensation yesterday afternoon, when more than 9U fl£er Qf lhe Callfornia state per- the nature of the freight forwarder yesterday that the probable reason Trojan students "went to bat for her over the question Of today when members of Sigma Be- for his visit to America is to visit j her ownership, ta Chi, national trade and trans-1 his son Ulrich portation fraternity, convene at 12:15 p.m. in Elisabeth von KleinSmid hall. Modern Language Dr. William F. Rice will be the | Stanley Asks For Bid Money It was all very amusing to "Duchess,'' but when the scene ol battle changed from 28th ftreet to the University police station, she became somewhat perturbed. In fact she refused to respond to her alleged former title, "Lady Peggy de Bennella.” A middle-aged couple, former of the bulky "fraternity speaker at the monthly meeting of I Willis Stanley, student president the USC chapter of the Modern of College of Engineering and bid Language association of southern chairman for the interfratemity omen rhl ph, Calllornia, at a luncheon today ln formal, announced yesterday that all’row mascot visited ther Chi PI11 ----*--»■ money due fron the Greek houses ’ house yesterday afternoon and de must be turned in to him before ! manded, "We want our dog back Priie-winning Ceramict Display into the museum to examine the I rapt audience of what had former- has Invited the recently organized numerous prfze-winning exhibits. | ly been --uai onk»kers_but ^who | EuUm Oreek^hod^group on the women's residence hall Greek Orthodox the social chairmen receive the alloted quota of bids. To celebrate the resurrection of Bids are selling for $450 and Christ, Eastern Greek Orthodox each house must take 38 percent Easter services will be conducted j of the total number of actives and Saturday night in Los Angeles j pledge* in the fraternity as a quo. churches. Rev. Elias Sady, pastor of the St George Syrian church. of cruelty to animals about three months ago. Words, accusations, and mild Insults flew thick and last, A police car drew up to the side walk. "Duchess" stood patiently by. When the commotion simmered down to a loud roar, the persons concerned agreed to adjourn to the University police station and let the police lieutenant decide the matter. At the police station "Duchess” sonnel board, will be the principle speaker at the annual banquet of the School of Government here May 14, Dr. W. Ballentine Henley, acting dean, announced yesterday. With Fred Burrill, president of the government school student body, in charge of the program, the affair will be attended by both the campus government students and the Civic center division. Invitations have been mailed prominent political heads throughout southern Callfornia to attend the would not respond to her dlstinc . . v. ... . , ... . live pedigree, so, after considerable ***>*- * Jhe ban. While explaining the orushed ruby i Coutiuued on Pafce Two campus to attend the ter vices. The couple did not wait for any arguments and proposed law suits, consent but ushered their former pet out of the Chi Phi house. By the time they reached the sidewalk, more than BO admirers of "Duchess" were on hand to see what was going on quet will be Installation of government school student body officers for both the University Park and local police officials decided in favor of Chl Phl. _ . The 90 students who Jammed the Clvlc Cent*r dlvlKiollfi police station filed out. The dis-j — — _ _ ,, mayed couple went home without BLUE KEY TO MEET its ' $500 pedigreed pet." “Duchess,’’, Tlie Blue Key picture for the El ta for tickets. , 8id Smith, music chairman, will j ‘‘What’s all this?” screamed Jim 28th street’s 8-month-old St. Ber- ; Rodeo will be taken this morning announce the “big name band" that IPascoe of the Chl Phi brigade, who nard, went back to the Chl Phi at 10 o'clock on the steps of Do-will play at the Biltmore Bowl May | personally had purchased the dog house, completely recovered from heny Ubrary, Maynard Hathaway, 11 when it obtained. nom ths society for the prevention I the afternoon’s turmoil. president, announced last night.
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 28, No. 127, April 30, 1937|
|Description||Daily Trojan, Vol. 28, No. 127, April 30, 1937.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
Jreeks Meet on-Orgs at fliom Tonight
jlbao s Fall Imminent as Spanish Rebels Smash Basque Last Stand
Editorial Offices RI - 4111, Sta. 227 Night - PR - 4776
United Press World Wide News Service
Los Angeles, California, Friday, April 30, 1937
Jimmie Talbert Io PlaY f°r Lancers’ Ull-U Dance
I and streamers in gala
help decorate the Stu-Dnion social lounge this eve-when Greeks and non-orgs \tr (rom 9 °'t'l°ck t0 mldnlght te all-university spring prom Talbert and his orchestra, directly from the Biltmore tortus room. wl’.l play for the .. shich will feature floor show j|
Itamnient by local and guest B Carolyn Hutchinson, blonde Brtvlously With George Oer-k and now a star at KEHE, I appear on the program.
[jvlE HILL PERFORM Lr entertainers included on pogram will be Eddie Peabody Be;; Bemie. along with the j Tones, a Negro quartet which tmifd at the recent Texas Cen-cai exposition.
_^ored by the Trojan Lancers
ar.der the supervision of Phyl-Eght, non-org social chairman, i prom has been declared one of I outstanding events of this itg's social calendar.
IDEM BODY INVITED ■ft will be host to the entire *nt body tonight.” emphasizes Draper, Lancer president. "At-itace at the dance Is by no ibs restricted to non-orgs." hr the first time in the history ihe school, a survey of the five k popular songs on the U.S.C. spw is being made through an diversity poll, conducted by the prom committee with John x in charge. The favorite hits ihe order of choice, as decided I ihe voting which has been in qress, will be played at the dance Talbert and his orchestra.
[SIC BALLOTS TAKEN
Rebels Smash Last Stand Of Loyalisls
Mola Sets Bilbao Capture for Sunday As Guernica Falls
EIGHT STUDENTS TO COMPETE IN BOWEN CUP DEBATE FINALS
Phyllis Highf, Lancer administrative board member, has charge of the spring prom in the lounge ot the Student Union tonight.
show in Bovard auditorium The show, in two parts, will feature the idea, “It’s Come to This." With this theme predominating, anything might happen, club officials Intimated. Gags, dances, fights, music, romance, and even flying angels will be offered to the Varsity club audience.
Eight students successfully passed yesterday's preliminary round of the Bowen Cup extempore tourney to qualify for next Tuesday's contest finals which will also be run off in Porter hall of the Law building.
All but one of the qualifyers are men and seven of them
HENDAYE, Franco-Spanish Fron- are members of the men's varsity*-------
tier, April 29 —