Daily Trojan, Vol. 30, No. 138, May 17, 1939
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United Pre»s Attn. Direct Wire Service HAS Z-42 SOUTHERN DAILY’ [volume xxx tanquet lonors omen WSGA Rewards Leaders, Scholars With Trophie. D Town, Gown Event Lw » 1*" * o^ievoment Lholwshlp, leadership, and all L o( college activities. 650 worn-iLente of Troy will gather at L tonight in the m-o frown I Oown at "1P annual WSGA ailtlon banquet. I Honored guests will include Mrs. L B. von Klein SiMd, Dean ul, Aiitin-Smith, -^fs. John W. Mrs. Henry Bruce, Mrs. Al-L jydney Raubenheimer. and t Ltughlin. counselor ot women JlOCLA- |HB. Lloyd Hams, world traveler V r:it of the former American Mul-jeneral In Austria, will speak ,11* theme of the banquet, ‘'The r Hm Struck." ES LISTED [<V Town and Oown trophy, t honor obtainable by an S.C. will be given by Mrs. von ,5^(1 to the senior woman I & most outstanding in activl-i md scholarship. Mrs. von jnSmid will also present the JCA cup to the most prominent enta «f the campus chapter of leTWCA and the Town and Gown ktc cup to the most outstanding: i ln forenslcs. | Hie sorority having the highest rship average will receive a from the Panhellenic asso-represented by Marcia , president. Dean Smith wlll nri approximately 10 honor nlli to senior women who have themselves in campus TO BE NAMED | Results of today's YWCA election I be announced when Kay Alfs, Went of the organization, names i new cabinet of the association. Ibj Lou Braun, president-elect of (WSGA, will present the new of-including those who have itly been appointed. CALIFORNIA ROJAN Editorial Offices Rl-4111 Sta. 227 Night-- PR-4776 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1939 NUMBER 137 2525! Head Baldwin To Explain Calories Leading Man Six Widney Orators Enter Finals Woman and Five Men Survive Preliminaries; Gold Trophy at Slake One woman and five men, students whose oratorical eloquence has rated them final competitors ln tomorrow's deciding event in the annual Widney cup contest, were announced today by Floyd Cunningham, contest chairman. As flnal competitors In division A, Cunningham listed Ray Rees and Ralph Harper, with Tony Bo- ln& to the scientist. One gram of land receiving honorable mention. | sugar yields 1.4 calories of heat; John Inderrieden and Lloyd Taber the same amount of fat yields 9.3 were listed as winners of the pre- I calories of heat, he said. Zoology Proiessor Will Outline Studies Al Final Lecture In the concluding lecture of the regular Wednesday series. Dr. Francis M. Baldwin, professor of zoology, will speak on ‘ Indirect Calorimetry in Relation to Human Metabolism" at 4:30 p.m. today in 159 Science. By the use of calorimetry, Professor Baldwin has been able to determine the output of heat energy of various types of animals in given lengths of time. CALORIE DEFINED The speaker defines a calorie as the amount of heat necessary to raise the temperature of one cubic centimeter of water one degree centigrade. Metabolism is the waste and repair function of the body cells. Dr. Baldwin's experiments on the subject, which have been published in the proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biologist and Medicine, aid in giving an index of the utilization of foodstuffs eaten. HEAT DETERMINED "Knowing the amount of food combusted," the professor declared In speaking of the calorie as a unit of measurement, “it ls easy to determine the heat equivalent of materials burned.” Certain foods generate different amounts of heat energy when combusted in the'animal body, accord- Senate Rejects Talcott limlr.aries In division B. in which Robert Reilly earned honorable mention. COED REACHES FINALS In division C, Dorothy La Follette was chosen as the only woman to compete in the finals. Harry Hague was also a winner in this division and honorable mention was awarded to Dick Richards. The flnal competition, at which Hi* Braun will also speak on I the outstanding orator will be subject, “Let Every Man • Be I awarded the Joseph P. Widney gold ler of His Time." Ione Hooven, (trophy, ls scheduled for 3:30 pjn. at of the WSGA and toast- tomorrow ln the art and lecture IKress of the banquet, has chosen ! room of Doheny Memorial library. Hhe topic of her parting address Faculty members will serve as to students, "When the Hands Judges for the flnal event. «t t* Twelve." . LIMITATIONS SET IAN TO GIVE TROPHY The finalists will be limited to a IV international aspect of uni- 10-minute speech, but there will be wty life will be emphasized when no restrictions on subject matter If mott outstanding foreign atu- *or ^e event. ■ is awarded a sliver trophy by | The contest, which was originat-ta Smith, who represents the Jed by the late Dr. Joseph P. Wid- TESTS GIVEN Through knowledge of calorie intake and metabolism, corrective tests can be given if the individual is not burning a proper amount of energy, thus increasing his efficiency, Dr. Baldwin explained. The" basal metabolism test indicates hypo or hyperthyroidism, und- . , er or over-activlty of the thyroid bers only 21 strong. Neither Hedy gland, in relation to the pituitary Flood Varsity Show Acclaimed At Preview Campus Show Termed 'Best Yel’ As Music, Acting, Plol Sparkle In Hollywood terms. It would not only be called stupendous but colossal. An invited group of campus "executives,” however, were content to let it go at ‘‘the best Varsity show ever produced at S.C.,” following a sneak preview in Bovard auditorium yesterday. In that respect alone the critics were playing a Hollywood role: they were content to allow the merit* of the show to spread by word-of-mouth around S.C. Instead of applying the usual adjectives. “A cast of thousands.” "The greatest epic ever produced," or "A sure academy winner.” To tell the truth, the cast num- gland, the lecturer added. Trojan YWCA Will Elect Heads Today Voting for new officers of the Trojan YWCA will begin at 9 a m. today at polls ln front of the Administration building. Henrietta -.. . - I - - Pelta, commissioner of elections, has donor of the cup. An award [ ney, former president of S.C., is gnnounced that only members of « Wo be presented the most j sponsored by Tau Kappa Alpha, the yv/CA will be permitted to unt Japanese student by national forensic honorary, and ls rk ballots " 8 Ishiwaka. who represents j designed to foster a keener interest Zuma Palmer phi mu. is unop-• Jipsnese Trojan Women's club. In the art of public speaking, Lamarr nor any of thc other glamour girls stud the roster. The cast Includes only men, who together with authors Ouy Halferty, Jimmy Talcott, and Bill Zima, conceived to parallel the famous Princeton triangle show. All fraternities snd sororities not selling their allotted quota of tickets to the Varsity show are requested to return them st 10 a.m. today to the general man* agw’s office In the Student Union. But this cast of 21 reads like a "Who's Who." Those ln the cast who are sure of their jobs Include Harry Smith, BIU Flood, Mike Portanova. Robert Englehart, Don McNeil, Beverly North, Arnold Prosser, Jimmy Roberts, Ambrose Schindler, ««l»nese Trojan Women's club, m the art of public speaking. 1^, f fh office of uresldent Jimmy now™, nmmu.. c,m,u,c., Mortar Board pledges will be Judges for today's preliminary Z ^ lh" yearTs vTce- Shell. Kenny McDonald, WU- Contlnued on Page Four event were members of the senior h organization. ”n Burtt' J Manson Charles r>.„. r.^Mh.ro Tnm i president oi me orgamiauui. Fond, Bill Fllmore, August Grebe, .ampus hganizations * W'tiions for :be recognition “u "ttnizaiiun, mu.t be in the "i lhe chair nun oj the Faculty imit on Siudtni Otgani:alioni Vein,.•day, june 17, ,o *< tuion », tht committee a! Ht rr* "“""t “ huh u ill be Ihe •‘>U Ihi y,m, Wiuiioh tHicers are reminded ' 1 n ' 111 dan ih !<„ the rt- i'Hka> "pblank, that bate 1 «*» t,hi out chairman "•hy Commute, on Student Ot^iiniz.ttions » Publi, »Uoll, UlUOh CCSTi hal?.0 P m ’ 8lUdenl ^Lrm3,udeni un-10 am' ao«Ad-*So of civn •nil, Bridge -«i.r _ WUetic office t »nferi ^ P-m -2 30 pm, 235 debate team: Dave Goldberg, Tom Dutcher, and Dick Richards Dr. Stabler To Discuss Chemistry -10 a.m., de- members — 10 ence student board senate chamber Pm., 315 Stu- ^ *»kto*t-9 so am ywcA ^«Su!ll50lm 8ludent Un- *> tfflct 11 m" 6c*1001 ot ^ n* pJn 8luttent Un- '•Onion pm' 323 blu' L *ruce» office. Dr. Laird J Stabler, dean of the College of Pharmacy and the professor with the longest service record at S.C., will address meinberb of the Chemical Engineers society, tomorrow, at a luncheon meeting in 304 Science. A member of the S.C. faculty since 1895 and former head of the chemistry department, Dr. Stabler will offer "Reminiscences ln Chemistry During the Last 40 Years," as his topic. His experiences cover many aspects of chemical work. I InJhe ,!,aCe *7 :‘Ce Richard Kennedy. Larry Luchs, Ro- _ Kit Hambly and Ann Bum tt M | bert Bfnson Roland Anthelson, and Hambly to a member of K Beta Agajwton. Phl and was chairman of the 1938 l j Thanksgiving food drive. Mlss Bur- Tn ths event that Sultan Ben All ' nett is a Delta Zeta and has been Stogi. portrayed by Mike Portanova, YWCA treasurer. Both women have decides to add a few dozen more served on the cabinet during the harem "girls ’ to further enliven past semester. Sally Kirby, Pi Beta Phi, ls running for the post of secretary. Mary Erickson. Alpha Delta Pi, and Dorothy Hepp Delta Delta Delta, are j fraternity row have snapped up the reserve seats selling for 75 cents, with Pi Kappa Alpha boasting a record sf 40 sales ln 10 minutes. The Stt*dent Union office, however, has secured a block of both reserve and general admission seats st 40 cents to go on sale today. harem "girls' "The Brat From Bagdad,” the cast may be doubled by curtain time Fklday at 8:30 p.m. Most of the men and women along vying for the position of treasurer. Miss Erickson has been a member of the freshman advisory council and ls historian of the B.C. scrapbook. The latter has been president of the Freshman club and a member of the YWCA cabinet. Summer Calendar Dr Rufus B von KleinSmid advised this week that stu- ( dents of the university should be certain to have the correct both research in the laboratory and calendar 0f events for the summer of 1939. practical application in the field. D tQ confltcts certain changes were made ln the sched-Dr. Stabler, v'r.o completed a trip uJe jn june, 1938. Bulletins published since that date con-around the world several years ago n the correct schedule. In order to eliminate any confusion to Study trends in the chemical in- occur from the incorrect calendar printed ln ........................... h‘K bunetins issued prior to last June, Dr. von KleinSmid has Recommended Editor Oi Campus Magazine Declared Ineligible The status of James Talcott. re-j commended by the board of publications for the editorship of the Wampus, was In doubt after last night’s student senate meeting at which that body failed to accept his recommendation. Contending that Talcott did not have a 1.5 average and was therefore Ineligible to head the staff of the monthly campus magazine, the senate rejected his appointment, 6 to 6. OTHERS ARE INELIGIBLE Ben Cook, editor of the Dally Trojan, in presenting the report and recommendations of the board of publications, stated that neither of the two other petitioners considered for Wampus editorship — Hazel Hartzog and Mort Brigadier — had the required average Of the three, Talcott was declared by the board to be the best qualified. Three other petitioners for the office — Oscar Lleffers. Paul Miller, and Reavts Winckler—were eliminated by the board because of their lack of experience working on the magazine, Cook said. Of these, the latter two had the required average. NEW RECOMMENDATIONS After rejecting Talcott, the senate asked that Cook, representing the board of publications, obtain a new recommendation from the board. This controversy highlighted the flnal meeting of the ASSC officers for this year and following the completion of business, the new officers were Introduced. Henry Flynn’s gavel was turned over to Michael Mas Han, who adjourned the meeting. PLAN SUBMISSION PASSED A motion was passed to require all organizations planning publicity stunts publicizing events which they sponsor to submit plans to the ASSC vice-president, along with explication for a date, subject to the approval of Dr. Rufus B. von KleinSmid. Arnold Eddy, and Dean Pearle Alkln-Smlth. Officers elected at the second general student body election were also approved by the body, and the resignation of Rosemary Watkyns as assistant yell leader was accepted. Authority was given Kenneth Sieling, head yell king, to appoint a second assistant. His first, Paul Miller, already has been elected. In retiring from his office, Henry Flynn congratulated his assistants on their work during the past year and presented Betty Jane Bartholomew and Nancy Holme, ASSC vice-president and secretary, with gift certificates ln recognition of their efforts. Dr. Baxter Will Read Sonnets Hermann, Roberts Head Publications Cl*v« Hermann Jamel Robert* Nobel Winner Anderson Will Address Graduates Dr. Carl David Anderson, 1936 Nobel prize winner ln the fleld of physics, has chosen "Recent Cosmic Ray Studies" as his theme when he appears as guest speaker at the Graduate School banquet tomorrow evening at 6;30 o'clock in the Foyer -I of Town and Oown. j Dr. B. A. O. Fuller, professor of philosophy, wlll be acting toastmaster of the evening. A short address of welcome to guests wlll be given by Dr. Albert Raubenheimer, dean of the College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences. HONORS LISTED Dr. Anderson Is at present associate professor at the California Institute of Technology at Pasadena. He was recently presented mem-ln Elisabeth von KleinSmid hall at I >*rshlp In both the National Acade-12 20 pm J my of Science and the American ' Philosophical society, two of Amer-Dr Erickson's talk will be based gr(.aU>(>t honorary societies ln research achievement. Dr. Erickson To Comment On Albania Dr. Charles T. Erickson, once United States consul to Albania, will describe present conditions of that former province today ln a lecturc at a Joint luncheon of the S.C. | faculty and graduate student body on the history of Albania from ancient times to the present, covering, for the most part, the political development. SERIES IK GIVEN This lecture ls one of a series being presented throughout the United States in the interests of what was formerly Albania, one-time free-state recently seized by Italy. As a close friend of King Zog, now an exile ln Oreece, Dr. Erickson claims to know much of the "Inside'story. He also represented Albania at the Versailles peace conference. RESERVATIONS TO BE MADE Reservations for the luncheon may be made until 10:15 am. today with the chairman of the Faculty club committee or by calling station 213 on the university extension. Members of the Faculty club are reminded by the chairman to plan to attend the annual club breakfast Tuesday, May 30, at Fern Dell In Griffith park. ASSC Senate Approves Nominations Cleve Hermann. Junior ln the School of Journalism, was named editor of the Daily Trojan for the next scholastic year. James Roberts. Junior pre-medical student was made editor of the 1940 K1 Rodeo. Both men were appointed laat night by the student senate when that body approved the recommendation of the board of publications. The executive* will take office ln September. Hermann attended Los Angeles Polytechnic high school whert he was editor of the Poly Optimist. Next enrolling at Los Angeles City college and later UCLA, he entered S.C. as a sophomore ln the fall of 1937, when he became night feature editor and night sports editor. EXPERIENCE TOLD In the past year Hermann has served as a desk editor and was made a member of the editorial board. Por his outstanding editorial on the now famous "ham and egg" pension plan, he was presented with the Eaker award at the 17th annual Newspaper day at S.C. Hermann ls also a pledge to Slgma Delta Chl, n&tlonal honorary journalism fraternity. Roberts, who will head th* El Rodeo staff, has acted as assistant editor this past year, his third as a member of the staff. A graduate of Manual Arts high school where he was student body president, Roberts ls enrolled ln the School of Medicine. He la a member of Phl Slgma Kappa social fratemity and has served on the men's counoil. TALCOTT REJECTED The new editor, a two-year letterman. ls a member of the varsity gym team and recently competed a trip to Chicago for the national championship gym meets. A board of publications' recommendation of James Talcott, Junior architect student and member of Alpha Rho Chl, for editorship of the Wampus, was rejected by the senate. Because of scholastic difficulties, Involved action on the post was set aside ln favor of a later date. Music Hour In addition, the phllosopher-scl-entlst has been conferred two top-ranking honors: the gold medal of the American Institute of the City of New York In 1935, and the Elliott Crosson medal of the Franklin Institute ln 1937. DEGREES EARNED | Receiving his B.8 degree at the j | ^ Prpcpnt California Institute of Technology • r I C3CIII ln 1927. he became a teaching fellow ln physics there, and gained his Ph D degree ln 1930. His brilliant work on gamma and cosmic rays and photoleetrons led to his winning the Nobel prize. Mrs. Marie Chamlee, wife of the celebrated singer, will offer vocal selections at the banquet. She Will be accompanied by Morris Browda, SC. School of Music Instructor. London Teacher Will Conduct Summer Course The sonnets of William Shakespeare. considered by many critics to be the most perfect works In this form ever produced ln the English I --_——- languag*, will be the subject of Dr. | , » i i Baxter’s semi-monthly poetry read- AAU AlpnS INU lng this moming during assembly , . . r>r Thomas fTreenwood, professor period ln Bovard auditorium PlcinS Initiation of philosophy at Blrkbeck college Bhakespeare's unquestioned dra- | i„ the University of London, wlll be matlc faculty of projecting from Mu Alpha Nu, professional an- gur#t professor at the SC School himself things and persons apart ! thropology fraternity, will Initiate of phllohoptiy during the 1939 sum- from himself, ls evidenced dearly its present pledge class Thursday. mpr M,RSlon in his many sonnets. Dr Baxter be- 1 May 18, at 5 pm In the Little Cha- ! Heves. 1 pel of Silence Dr Morris Oppier, | Dr. Oreenwood, who edits the Tiie sonnets are characterized, ac- of Pomona college, and Edwin Fer- Philosopher, a publication of t e cording to Dr Baxter, by a half ab- don will be Initiated at the cere- J University of London school of pnll- stiact, almost Impersonal medlta- j mony. osophy, will preaent three courses tlon on the Joys and sorrows of , Following the Initiation, fratemity at B.C. He wlll lecture on le love, and this feeling, coupled with members will meet for dinner at the “Philosophy of Science, Classica some apparently more authentic | home of Clayton Burgess In Arlesla *■-*"-»- ”1-" l’*" ’ "*"* at 8 30 p.m. The dinner wlll precede the election of new olficers. dustries of various countries, has been prominent In the development of the cracking process in petroleum refining. The first refining plant In tiie state to handle California crude oil was built under his direction. A graduate of the University of Michigan and holder of degrees from Purdue and S.C., Dean Stabler ls also th* oldest alumnus of Phl Delta Chl, national professional pharmacy fraternity. This meeting of the chemical engineers wlll be one of the last major ones of the semester. Tickets for the luncheon, priced at 30 cents may be purchased from Harold Dornsife or Blll Coleman and should be obtained before 10 a m. tomorrow. lor Reglstra- issued a revised calendar. Tuesday June 6. 8 am.—Final examinations begin non-graduating students, University Park Monday June 12, 6 p.m.—Final examinations end for nongraduating students, University Park. Saturday and Monday. June 17 and 19, 8am tion first term, summer session, University Park. Tuesday June 20. 8 a m -First term begins, summer session, University Park Saturday, July 29, 8 a.m.— mer session, University Park Monday, July 31, 8 am session, University Park Tuesday, September 12, ■ "^Monday11 September 18, » a m-First «*n..ter begin*, Uni versity Park. Registration, second term, sum-Second term begins, summer a m—Registration begins, Unl- and personal emotions, make them outstanding in their field. Intensity of feeling, energetic dramatic qualities, and a splendid and dellcat« Imagery, Dr. Baxter believes, are the most outstanding qualities contributing to Shakespeare's sonnets and influencing I their appeal to all periods and nations . Pharmacy Alumni Plan Dinner-Dance Alumni of the College of Pharma* cy will hold their am.ual dinner-dance Wednesday, May 24 at the Florentine Gardens wilh L>r. Laird J Stabler, dean of the college, attending as guest of honor. Dean Stabler, who has been teaching on the SC. campus lor 45 years, will be honored as th* univeraity s oldest faculty member. Daily Trojan Staff Called For Meeting Dally Trojan reporters, copy-readers, and all other staff members were called to meet ln the senate chamber ln the Stldent Union at 2 30 o’clock this afternoon by Ben Cook, editor. Since try-outs for staff positions lor next year will be arranged today, the editor stressed the importance of the meeting Immediately after the general staff has convened, special meetings for prospective desk editors, editorial board members, and the sports staff wlll take place. _ British Philosophers.” and will con duct a seminar ln "Recent Philosophy.” Dr. Oreenwood Is noted for his I work as editor of the Internation- j al Series ol Monographs in Logic and Methodology and for his lec- j lures on logic both In America and j in Europe. Whistler Etching Donated To S.C. An original etching by Whistler has been presented to the University of Southern California by Dr. Burdette B Brown, fellow ln the School of PhUosophy. The etchmg. which ls entitled "Billingsgate," will be added to the university's art collection. At the present time lt is hung ln the office of Harry Silk*, director of special foundations. Old Masters The works of Beethoven and De-Falla will be heard on the listening hour today at 2:30 p.m. ln Bovard auditorium. Pijntella Engle, director oi the piograms, announced that the following works will be played; Symphony No. 7 ln A. Major ........................... Beethoven I. Poco sostenuto; Vlvaca II. Allegreto III. Presto IV. Allegor con Brio The Three Cornered Hat.....DeFall The Neighbors The Miller's Danca Denza Pinal. "The most Interesting number or this afternoon's program la the Spanish number, The Three Cornered Hat. The stirring rhythms anu brilliant orchestration make these dances, even separated from the ballet story, outstanding.” Mlss Engle declared In the Beethoven symphony, one can see the philosophical mati Ity of a man who expressed his faith ln Ood and his love for nature. Although Beethoven could not hear the muaic he composed, he heard lt within himself, Mlss Engl* slated. Tomorrows Organ Program The following numbers will be played by Prof Archibald Sessions on tomorrow's organ program to Bovard auditorium during hssem-bly period. Cathedtal Pitlude and Hngue .... Bjci One of the most Interesting and bast known of the master s earlier works. Lsr|# Irom Ihe "Stw Vor!/’ S)Mfhont ..... Dtoiai Dvorak wrote his "New World'* from Impressions received during a visit to America, and has employed Negro melodies which h* has developed with tha utmost beauty.
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 30, No. 138, May 17, 1939|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
United Pre»s Attn.
Direct Wire Service HAS Z-42
tanquet lonors omen
WSGA Rewards Leaders, Scholars With Trophie.
D Town, Gown Event
Lw » 1*" * o^ievoment
Lholwshlp, leadership, and all L o( college activities. 650 worn-iLente of Troy will gather at L tonight in the m-o frown I Oown at "1P annual WSGA ailtlon banquet.
I Honored guests will include Mrs. L B. von Klein SiMd, Dean ul, Aiitin-Smith, -^fs. John W.
Mrs. Henry Bruce, Mrs. Al-L jydney Raubenheimer. and t Ltughlin. counselor ot women
|HB. Lloyd Hams, world traveler V r:it of the former American Mul-jeneral In Austria, will speak ,11* theme of the banquet, ‘'The
r Hm Struck."
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