Daily Trojan, Vol. 28, No. 30, October 30, 1936
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rial Office* 111, Sta. 227 t — PR-4776 SOUTHERN DAILY CALIFORNIA TROJAN United Press World Wide News Service , XXVIII Los Angeles, California, Friday, October 30, 1936 Number 30 homores To tertain With nfire Dance After Celebration To ttract Students in Gingham, Cords To Sell for 99 Cent* v Brooks' Orchestra ured To Play for -vember 6 Event j for aiTall-U monflre :ry dance” scheduled for Friday evening emerged the meeting of the -ore council last night, ing to Rod Hansen, rep-Utive of the group. mystery concerning the af--rd! the place, entertained decorations, according to Hot until early next week 1 location be divulged. Bidj Sell for $ -99 Intentions of adding to Frl--jit’j bonfire festivities, those ™ of the dance will arrange twin directly after the con-0 Bids will be sold for of 99 cents, music of Sunny Brooks will dancers with harmony, Hinsen. emphasized that the dance jtrictly Informal, with cords --»m the appropriate ap-•i) most of the rooters will to come directly from the and will be ln the mood to , rather than to dress up, ve provided for the simple dress," he said. Co-Chairmen Named Hansen and Bill Snyder will charge of the affair, and a of committeemen have been !ed. Art Manella will take of the distribution of bids, rg* of decoration, another of “mystery" features, will be ! Tumstrom. Sorority and Jty contacts will be estab-by Hal Labrlola and La Rutherford. Barham and John Berar-wlll handle the publicity side party. Olen Stephens has procured the orchestra with lection of Sunny Brooks, who ted to play. t Boy, But e Can’t Spell Cat ■ t-year-old Jackie Hietmann * falter yesterday afternoon he fluently and slowly spelled >stablishmentarlanlsm" for W. Todd, U.S.C. psychol-■fuctor, who was testing the Prodigy's intelligence quotient . final analysis it was agreed i Jackie was in the genius class, ^ an average mentality of a r-old child. • Hietmann, who accompanied '**• s*>d that he knew more 100 songs, and could answer questions regarding statistics ■ M error, . ®an>' People are there In wm. Missouri, Jackie?," his uked. answered. "There are 853,-m St. Louis, Missouri, “eluding those living in the J He also knew the exact “®n of the United States 552?* Alaskal and could Titerdenoniinationally," That »®Bter could not spell some “cat” and 10 ‘“P'y lhat although is far in advance of Z h,. f .Children hl* age. Jrk.w 5 arf the result of lto Todd1* mem0ry' Record- the on'y chUd *ho took tests m the psy-^ esh " °>d College yes-Wh a11 was falr>y Jam-ParentTh” children whose ^ h. n brought them to « by Dr. Todd. KleinSmid ^aves on Tour For Committee Tells Plan of Activities Homecoming Success Sure, Says Chairman At Conference Tote a Trojan Rally Group Easton To Talk Barbara Miller l<s Drive Begun by Asks Aid in AtYMCAGroup Named Hi-Jinks’ Bine Key Club Box-Flnding Din„erTuesda, Decorator Maj. Carl Winching, chairman oj decorations and auards for Home-coming uas an enthusiastic participant in yesterday's opening luncheon. Hight Is Manager Be Placed on Corner Of 28th Street Alumni, Student Workers Meet First Time To Discuss Week Fraternity Help Requested Benches for Pedestrians To In Gathering Fuel for pie,d Secretary of Club Is Cal Game Blaze Qn Speaking Tour in Request was made last night a 'c. r* • * i k * by Frank Thornquist, chair- Lift Consciousness Is Aim man Qf thc raUy bonflre com. w; •• ci *.• wil ai I mittee, for fraternity pledge Waiting Station Will Also masters t0 impress their char- Be Situated on Campus j ges with the necessity of se-Says Rounsavelle curing boxes for the bonfire --which is to be lighted Novem- “Tote a Trojan” will be the j ber 6, the night before the ! motto of the U. S. C. campus i u. S. C.-California football ‘Helen of Troy’ Coastal States Baker Extends Invitations Hartzlar, Rodgers Will Be Installed as Officers Of Organization Peacemaker in coming weeks, as Blue Key, national honorary service fraternity. opens its campaign to provide rides for fraternity Success is inevitable for the j and sorority members between 1936 homecoming, ln the opin- the campus and 28th street, ion of Dr. Frank F Barham, ] plan5 as outlined at the Blue Key alumni chairman o. th. 13th bSihTS annual graduates’ celebration. | 0( sltuated at ihe southwwt cor-Dr. Barham presided yes- ; ner of the Intersection of Univer-terday at the first luncheon I slty avenue and 28th street. Thc W. Burnett Easton Jr., new field secretary of the Pacific game. 1 southwest field council of the •'We have obtained six 15-foot | yMCA will be the main SES ’SSJZSZFSS1 “ th" poles will form the framework of next Tuesday evening at 5.J0 • ■ ■ ln the University meeting of alumni and student chairmen in the senate chambers in the Student Union. General optimism prevailed as the various under- waiting station at the campus end the pyre. It will be necessary to gether more boxes this year than were gathered last year, for we plan to build the bonfire much higher than the last one,” Thom-qulst said. Pledges To See Knights Fraternity pledges may contact the Trojan Squires or Trojan will probably be placed on the east | Knights in their respective houses side of University avenue, midway regarding places to store boxes be-between 35th street and 35th place, fore the construction of the pyre directly opposite Old College. Signs To Be Made It h hnp:d that through negotla- divisions of the six-day pro- W1I* 1 PI gram, from November 30 to Mixed Chorus °ecAember 5- Arrangements for homecoming --| are already progressing rapidly,” Seven Other Appointments Smith, student chairman, com-A , C, , mented. "We are already ahead of Announced Yesterday graduate workers explained to j “ ____tions with the automobile club ar- one another plans for their rangement5 can ^ made to have By Music Officials Phyllis Hight, '37, was recently appointed manager of the U.S.C. mixed chorus, division of the de- i partment of musical organizations j at the university, according to Ona | Conrad, student assistant to Hal 1 Roberts, yesterday. Formerly secretary of the mixed j chorus, Miss Hight qualifies for her j position from previous experience with the group, Conrad said. | Seven other appointments were ] announced simultaneously ln the | various other groups ln the depart- j ment of musical organizations. Augmenting the present student | staff of the Trojan band, Arthur Avery, ’40, and Sam Stoddard, '40. ' were appointed assistant librarians to aid the head librarian, John Hamilton. Students who will work with Conductor William Ulrich of the Trojan symphony orchestra are: Maln-erd Baker, manager and librarian; O. H. Steventon. signs in the shape of a thumb made, with the word “Troy" and the motto "Tote a Trojan" painted on them. Johnny Rounsavelle, Blue Key president, last night explained. "The aim of the Blue Key ln sponsoring this campaign ls not to promote an enthusiastic cooperation for a week or two with a subsequent failing of Interest, but wc wish to establish a custom which w‘ll continue through the years." Other Similar Plans our schedule, as compared with past years.” Alumni chairmen present at the luncheon were Maj. Carl Wlrsching, ^'1»Lk“Sna,1‘SUs dutles t0T •inw 9r Rufus B. The homecoming slogan contest has started! To provide homecoming co.n-mittee members with a s.cgsn upon which to base the theme of the 1936 return cf old g.ads, the alumni association nnd the Dai j Trojdn are sponsoring a con.est, with two U.S.C.-Notre Dame game tickets as prizes, for all Trojan students. Slogan suggestions car. be dropped in the cardinal and gold dcccratcd bnxcs, iocr.tcd tn Old College and the Student Union. The contest closes one week from today. On other campuses along the coasl and throughout thc country tmilar plans to this one proposed begins, it was said Actual building of the bonfire will start next Tuesday, it was announced. and at that time members of the two major service organizations will have trucks ln readiness to transport boxes to the site of the rally. The location of this year’s bonfire rally will be on the west side of Crenshaw boulevard across from the site of last year’s rally. Subdividing of property on the east side of the boulevard has made It Impossible to have the blaze there. Program Planned An extensive program ls being planned to accompany the burnlnp of the box pile, Thornquist said, and plans are ln the air for a radio broadcast of the rally. ‘‘In addition to the Trojan lum- Premier Musiolini has a new plan lor world peace which ht will present lo an international audience hy radio Sunday. II Duce Promises World Peace Plan YWCA Cabinet Cites Leader’s Service Record Coed To Preside at Annual Program, December I, Dean Announces for Trojans have been carried on ' inaries who will appear, wc hope for past years. Also in previous to have Leonard Charvet, president years there have been spasmodic of the university of CaUfornia stu-attainpts to make U.S.C. "lilt con- > denl body, as a guest speaker,” I 'clous. This ls the first organized j TWnmiist, *riri«i organized attempt on this campus, however, to provide specified waiting stations for rides to fraternity and sorority housfs. Thornqidftt added. Already contact has been made with several large s.ores in the city to secure boxes, and one firm, it was reported, has offered to fur- o’clock church. Easton, who was formerly a pastor ln the state of Vermont, ls making a state tour of all the colleges and universities affiliated with thc YMCA. Later he will tour Oregon and Washington. During the past few weeks he has given lectures In the leading colleges and universities of the southland. He recently visited Chapman college, Occidental, Caltech, Redlands, and U.C.L.A. Easton To Tour Coast After hls Las Angeles appearance. Easton will depart for Stanford, San Jose State Teachers college, and the University of California at Berkeley. “We expect all members to be present at this dinner. Burnett Easton ls noted for his speaking ability, i .. j. » ii -r D As he has traveled a great deal his IVlussolini s Address lo be talk will be enjoyable as well as Heard in Five Tongues Instructive, Glen Baker, president ® oi the Y.M.C.A., said yesterday. Over Kadio Sunday New * MC A Officers ROME, Oct. 29 — (U.FI — Premier Omar Hartzler and Bob Rodgers. B>nlto Mussolini will electrify the secretary and treasurer respectively, world Sunday with a dramatic plan will be formally Instal.ed at the ban- ■ ^ stabllzlng world peace, it was quet. They were elccted to succccd j t d ^ight. The plan, the Fred Oross, former secretary, and ,d ... bp carried the Vernon Archibald, former treasurer. pn^rp wor^ by rftd)o from MUan Final arrangements to send several where II Duce will address the sp:ak:rs to a nearby church will be j Lombard Fa-clsts. made after the dinner. Every year Mussolini, ln the course of hls many requests for spankers arc sent wuj announce Italy’s rec- to the YMCA office and this year c(Cn|tlon ef oeneral Francisco the demand has been greater than jrranC0’s rPbel government in Spain, Engineering ’10, former chairman of the county board of supervisors and former president of Los Angeles assistant man- | harbor, decorations and awards ager; and Mrs. Edna Levy, concert | committee; James Mu satti, men’s mistress. U.S.C Organizations Coed Rooters’ Work at Game football dinner; Mrs. Paul Cunningham, women’s football dinner; Paul Elmquist, organizer of rooting section card stunts, homecoming rally; Dr. William Harrison, homecoming dance; and Franklin Skeele, publicity. _ - , j I All branches of thc university CvnTTinlimPntPa W'U have a vital part to play dur-jng homecomlng week Smith an_ --| nounced. Many honorary and pro- "The coed rooters showed such | fessional fraternities, as well as so-fine cooperation at the Stanford i cial houses, are contemplating teas, game, that all doubts in my mind dinners, and alumni reunions to concerning their use In the rooting 1 fete graduates who will return to section have been dispelled," com- j the campus for homecoming, ments Phil Daniel. Trojan yell king. I Greek letter organizations again “I noticed not a single error ln will decorate their houses in keep-their performance," asserts Daniel, I ing with the homecoming theme, ’’so I intend to use the coeds ln j other highlights of homecoming future games When a large rooting ' week will be the interfraternity section will be needed." J sing, women’s hi-Jinks; the home- Daniel received many compli- j coming rally; the men’s and wo-ments on the fine sportsmanship men’s football dinners; the home-and yelling of the Trojan rooters | coming radio rally; the U.S.C.-at Palo Alto. One commentator Notre Dame football game; and declared that although U.S.C.’s sec- the homecoming football dance, tion was small, Its members out- climax of the six days of festivl-yelled the Stanford rooters. 1 ties. In commetlng on the Idea, Roun- lllgh al)d hauj t0 fire more savelle added. "Though we expcct than 4000 boxes the success of this plan will be In direct proportion to the cooperation of students, we have devised a plan for getting non-cooperative ctudents to help.” Rouncavelle further explained saying, "Norm Johnson, ASUSC president, was the author of the plan and he p.opo ed tt to Blue Key, thinking they would be the best ones to put the idea Into operation." Blue Key will expend every effort possible to make the Trojan campus "Tote a Trojan" conscious during the coming weeks. Posters will be distributed throughout thc bulldingn and signs will be posted about the campus. during the last few years. The great demand for sneakers has caused Baker to begin this work much earlier than was the case last year. it was reported. Germany To Cooperate II Duce s peace plan, It was said, All students who desire to attend will be an outgrowth of the recent the dinner should sign up at once In my office. The offl?e b located on the third floor of the Student Union," said Baker. Zamperini To Be Delegate At Fraternity Convention Pete Zamperini, varsity track star, will board an east-bound train for Indianapolis Monday morning at 10 o’clock, where he will represent U. S. C.’s Alpha chapter of Phi Epsilon Kappa at the grand chapter meeting on Friday and Saturday, November 6 and 7. * Phi Epsilon Kappa, which U national, professional, and honorary fraternity is made up of under-jBld ieI, J®*—mo o. von graduate students of physical edu-* !°r * tour f A"geles last cation and administrators of physl-*here ho v e Middle- cal education Thpv are Drofesslon- X he hai scheduled four 'ttuwi'm m Stale teachers 9Ud V' H‘Y01nes' Dr- von ' BouJ! dret* Iour dif--tiotlll nrnw world affairs and ^eneraT"'6 Speakl»B be- > h n^hiy 01 the t*airul wnr ! »,Cture on "Un-orld Neighbors.” r Deadline r U-C. Game Tickets £*c- Camor- inclnrtii *uaranteed - j ludlng Tuesday, No- ^ /Sl“d 10 cal1 f°r 5 liv.e jiL,?osslble’ accord- IO^k^cashler-““on bookstore. cal education. They are profession al men who seek to Improve themselves and the standing of their calling by a unification of effort ln both undergraduate and alumni groups. According to Zamperini, the meeting of the grand chapter of Phi Epsilon Kappa Is being held, specifically, to revise Its constitution and to Install new officers. Delegates from every university chapter ln the country will be present. Interesting social programs have been arranged for the delegates An Informal get-together of the physical education men will open the ceremonies of the Indianapolis convention. As the final social event of the convention, a dance has been planned for Saturday evening, November 7. He ls a member of Phi Kappa Tau social fraternity. Debate Squad Will Hold Its Final Practice In preparation for their opening inter-collegiate debate with the University of California here November 5, U. S C.’s varsity debaters this afternoon hold their final inter-squad practice debate in Porter hall, 302 Law building, at 3:30 o’clock. Captain Bob Feder and Maurice Atkinson, who will represent the Trojans against the Bear forensic team next week, today will uphold the negative side of the PI Kappa Delta national collegaite question, “Resolved: that congress should be empowered to fix minimum hours and maximum wages for Industry.” Fred Hall and Fred Burrill will present the affirmative. Manager Harold Weeks was yesterday successful ill procuring a practice debate with Loyola university for next Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock The teams will meet at the Loyola campus. Each school will enter an affirmative and negative team. James Calls Squires To Meeting To discuss details of their work [ on the Califomla-U.S.C. bonfire rally. Trojan Squires will meet today in 305 Administration at 12:15 p. m. Ed James, president cf the group, announced yesterday afternoon. Class Officers Chosen in Law School Election Language Club Will Hear Dr. Raubenheimer Members of _llTTClassical Lan- 1 ^e senior class presidency, with guage club will hold their second j Harbert finally emerging the victor conversation between hls foreign minister, Count Galeazaso Clano, and Fuehrer Adolph Hitler ln Germany. It was discussed In detail during their meeting, It was said, and Germnny Is ready to work ln full accord with Italy ln realizing It. I Elaborate preparations i.re being I made for the broadcast. It will be translated simultaneously Into all widely-spoken languages — presum-\ ably French, German. Spanish and English. Bolshevism Opposed j In view of his past statements, it would not be surprising if Mus-| solinl suggests the following points: ' 1, An enlarged field to economic opportunity for Italy and Ger- Barbara Miller has been chosen Helen of Troy to preside over the annual women’s Hl-Jlnks in recognition of her outstanding record of achievement and service to the school, it was announced today by Dean Pearle Alkln-Smith of the YWCA. Helen of Troy is selected by members of the YWCA cabinet as the senior woman on campus whose record of activities and service for the past four years makes her eligible for the coveted honor. She will preside over Hl-Jtnks to be held on the evening of December 1 at 7:30 o'clock tn Bovard auditorium during thc annual Homecoming week. Barbara Miller now holds the position of president of the YWCA. member of the University Religious conference, university Senate, Amazons, Delta Delta Delta, WSOA council, and has been a member of the social service committee, flying squadron, hostess committee, and membership committee of the “Y." On the evening of December 1, various women's organizations on campus will present skits, and many individual acts will be on the program. All the entertainment will be given by students, and no professional talent will be allowed. Prizes and cups will be awarded the groups and Individuals giving the best acts. There have been seven other Helens of Troy beginning ln 1928 and 1929 with Doris Tennant West-cott. In 1930 the honor went to Helen Peterson McGinnis, and ln 1931 Annie Lou Jungqulst Pearcy held the position. 1932 found Harriet Louise Touton as Helen of Troy with Jane Reynoulds in 1933, Dorothea Jareckl ln 1934. and Ruth Bogardus ln 1935. monthly luncheon meeting Tuesday at 12:30 ln the social room of Elisabeth vcn KleinSmid hall. Dr. Albert S. Raubenheimer. dean of the College of Letters, Arts, and Scineces, will speak on a subject of special Interest to all members. Derfefaie Zamperini ...•// M Indumafoitt Radio To Honor Trojans, Bruins U 8. C. students and modem music enthusiasts will tune ln their radios tomorrow at 5:30 tPaclflc coast time) to hear Kay Kyser and his orchestra. At that time, Kyser will salute and dedicate his Elgin program to US.C. and U.C.L.A He will play modern dance numbers and will feature symphonic orchestra arrangements of the two universities' popular college pep songs. The program will be broad cast In Los Angeles over KHJ radio station. The US.C. college numbers played by the orchestra, which will be accompanied by the male Elgin glee club, are to be “Fight On," "War Flag,” “The Cardinal and Oold,” "Songs of Troy,” and -Alma Mater.' Results of yesterday's law elections, disclosed by James Focht, law student body president, revealed several closely-contested positions. Walter Harbert and Carl Stuts- Bllu w. n*e*-and-n.?lt nceJ°l I many. both of whom consider their expanding populations underprivileged. 2 A united front among European nations tn opposing Bolshevism. 3 A general lowering of tariffs and trade restrictions. Presbyterian Advisor To Give Lecture "Our Belief in God” is the topic which Kenneth S. McLennon has chosen for his luncheon lecture to members of the Westminster club today tn the Cottage tea room at 12:20. All other senior class candidates ran unopposed. Their names and offices follow: Marla Oreen, vice-president; John Schaffer, secretary-treasurer; Leroy Pace, board of bar governors. Other results: Junior class: Howard Patrick, president; Dorothy Thompson, vice-president; Hugh Brierly, secretary-treasurer; Benton Roberts, board of bar governors. Freshman class; John Frost, president; Gretchen Parr, vlce--presi-dent; William Kistlnger, secretary-treasurer: Vincent Diglorglo, board of bar governors. London Hits New Deal for Appeal to Race Prejudice NEW YORK. Oct. 20—il'Pi—Gov Alf M. Landon denounced the Roosevelt administration tonight for "sinister" attempts to inject racial prejudices ln the presidential campaign. U.S.C. Oratorical Winner To Meet Section Finalists Art Groman, winner of the recent “Why My First Vote Goes to Roosevelt” contest, will compete with champion or- Dr. Carus Will Discuss On Foreign Trade Pledging ceremonies for Sigma Beta Chi. professional trade and transportation fraternity, will be __________ ____________ conducted tod*y M 12:20 o clock in at,ors from 10 other colleges ln the all-southern California L Clayton Dn Carus, professor \flnals to be held at Los Angeles junior college tonight at 8 of foreign trade, will give a short talk, announced Bob Mueller, president. Phi Chi Phi Group Will Honor Knopf Reservations for the Phi Chl Phi banquet following the reception for Dr. Carl Sumner Knopf, newly elected dean of the School of Religion, must be mailed or phoned before Wednesday, November 4, D. D. Eitzen, president of the graduate scholarship society of the School of Religion, announced today. Reservations are limited to 150 and will be received by Miss Irma Heathe in the religion office, 159 Administration building. Student and faculty members who might be Interested are Invited to come, Eitzen added. Climaxing the day's program of events will be the attendance of the banquet group at the E. Stanley Jones program In the Shrine auditorium where a special block of seats has been reserved. Phi Chi Phi initiation of new members will be held at 4 o’clock In the university church, with the informal reception for Dr. Knopf beginning at 5 o’clock ln the Elisabeth von KleinSmid hall. Cost of the banquet scheduled for 5:30 ln the hall will be 65 cents per person. Mrs. von KleinSmid Will Speak Monday Mrs Rufus B von KleinSmid will be the principal speaker at a luncheon to be given by the Faculty Women's club ln honor of new women on the faculty Monday at 12:30 p. m. ln Elisabeth von KleinSmid hall. Newman Club Sponsors Sunday Breakfast Members of the Newman club. Roman Catholic organization, will attend the 9 o'clock mass tn St. Vincent’s church, West Adams and Figueroa, and later gather for breakfast In the St. Vincent school hall. Wilt Adams and Flower street. ] Orator Groman hu jirst rote t*r F.D.K. ♦ o'clock. The National First Voters' league, sponsor of the debate, will award $50 and a gold medal to the first place winner, *25 for second place, and $15 for third place. In addition each speaker will be given a silver loving cup. Speeches will be limited to 10 minutes. Victorious over nine other «n-trants ln the local contest held on October 21, Groman will face finalists from U.C.L.A., Redlands, L. A. J. C., Whittier, San Diego State, Santa Barbara, Loyola, Occidental, Cal-tech, and Southwestern. Also competing tonight will be the winner of an elimination contest conducted by the Young Democratic clubs of southern California. Groman, varsity debate captain last year, ls well-known in collegiate oratorical circles. He placed first In tournaments conducted by the Pacific Forensic league, PI Kappa Alpha, and the Far-Western 8peech Teachers’ association. Religion Students Select Officers Robert Homiston, graduate student ln the School of Religion, waa chosen president of the religion student body at a meeting of that group yesterday afternoon in the YWCA house. The retiring president is Tom Pendell. Other execuUves besides Homiston who were chosen at the election are Bill Stevens, vice-president; Margaret Aitkin, secretary; and Denis Delicate, treasurer. Government Meeting To Be Held Today, 12:15 Faculty and students of the School of Government will gather for their first luncheon business meeting of the year in Elisabeth von KleinSmid hall at 12:15 p. m. today. Fred Burrill also reminds students of the fireside session to be held November 5 at the home of Dean W. Ballentine Henley .
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 28, No. 30, October 30, 1936|
|Description||Daily Trojan, Vol. 28, No. 30, October 30, 1936.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
rial Office* 111, Sta. 227 t — PR-4776 SOUTHERN DAILY CALIFORNIA TROJAN United Press World Wide News Service , XXVIII Los Angeles, California, Friday, October 30, 1936 Number 30 homores To tertain With nfire Dance After Celebration To ttract Students in Gingham, Cords To Sell for 99 Cent* v Brooks' Orchestra ured To Play for -vember 6 Event j for aiTall-U monflre :ry dance” scheduled for Friday evening emerged the meeting of the -ore council last night, ing to Rod Hansen, rep-Utive of the group. mystery concerning the af--rd! the place, entertained decorations, according to Hot until early next week 1 location be divulged. Bidj Sell for $ -99 Intentions of adding to Frl--jit’j bonfire festivities, those ™ of the dance will arrange twin directly after the con-0 Bids will be sold for of 99 cents, music of Sunny Brooks will dancers with harmony, Hinsen. emphasized that the dance jtrictly Informal, with cords --»m the appropriate ap-•i) most of the rooters will to come directly from the and will be ln the mood to , rather than to dress up, ve provided for the simple dress" he said. Co-Chairmen Named Hansen and Bill Snyder will charge of the affair, and a of committeemen have been !ed. Art Manella will take of the distribution of bids, rg* of decoration, another of “mystery" features, will be ! Tumstrom. Sorority and Jty contacts will be estab-by Hal Labrlola and La Rutherford. Barham and John Berar-wlll handle the publicity side party. Olen Stephens has procured the orchestra with lection of Sunny Brooks, who ted to play. t Boy, But e Can’t Spell Cat ■ t-year-old Jackie Hietmann * falter yesterday afternoon he fluently and slowly spelled >stablishmentarlanlsm" for W. Todd, U.S.C. psychol-■fuctor, who was testing the Prodigy's intelligence quotient . final analysis it was agreed i Jackie was in the genius class, ^ an average mentality of a r-old child. • Hietmann, who accompanied '**• s*>d that he knew more 100 songs, and could answer questions regarding statistics ■ M error, . ®an>' People are there In wm. Missouri, Jackie?" his uked. answered. "There are 853,-m St. Louis, Missouri, “eluding those living in the J He also knew the exact “®n of the United States 552?* Alaskal and could Titerdenoniinationally" That »®Bter could not spell some “cat” and 10 ‘“P'y lhat although is far in advance of Z h,. f .Children hl* age. Jrk.w 5 arf the result of lto Todd1* mem0ry' Record- the on'y chUd *ho took tests m the psy-^ esh " °>d College yes-Wh a11 was falr>y Jam-ParentTh” children whose ^ h. n brought them to « by Dr. Todd. KleinSmid ^aves on Tour For Committee Tells Plan of Activities Homecoming Success Sure, Says Chairman At Conference Tote a Trojan Rally Group Easton To Talk Barbara Miller l