DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 32, No. 111, March 28, 1941
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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DAI LY&TROJAN XII NAS—Z-42 Los Angeles, Calif., Friday, March 28, 1941 No. 111 m Bids Co Sale Today t Expected for Annual Spring Dance ler, Richards Orchestras Entertain r the junior prom go on sale this morning in the nion bookstore, and will be sold in all fraternity nokey Martin, acting president of the junior class, hat students wishing to attend should purchase immediately, as an exceptionally large attendance estra of Glenn Miller Richards will play for hich is now definitely _r Friday night, April lue room of the Bilt-Clark Liddell and t, co-chairmen of the supervising all plans, is an all-university af-SC students may pur-regardless of year or n which they are en-Junior council has \ges ln an effort to cut is given every spring of the junior class, prom was named the ’ It was held in the of the Ambassador o Rey and the King the featured enter- vhis year's prom will $3.85 a couple. Pour already been dis-.temity houses. » Offered iad Roles <s not been completed student plays which for this year’s Apol-of student creative presented April 19 in theater. Old College. interested in talcing program should report *1 of Speech office as ssible for auditions. Including two lead-ve yet to be filled. ^COMPLETE plav to be presented. . Oils." by Eddie Davis. direction of William outs for the parts of ro of this story of a that of Stephanie, his re still under way. Roles e are as follows: Greg-Salisbury; Anna. Anne nd Ettienne, John How- annard. director of the y, "Jackson Whites.*' the .ekm’ood hermits, an-e following cast: Shirley is Martho; George Gold-Leonard Peck as the and Hal Bargelt as the OIR PRESENTED Ja virtually complete for Choir which was taken -Iliad from David Hun-,-aet play, “The Earth arts filled are: the Read-oward Craig: the voice. It: and the chorus. Alice Shirley Adams. Ethyl rie Una Carmack. Jerry Charlene Jackson, Vivian rie B. Pavlick. Stellita Plora Bannard. Robert jd Jay J. Van Trawver. on to the plays, poems, e*. and essays written lent* will be read during id program. Helsel to Talk on Fellowship at Forum Philosopher Surveys Hebrew-Christian Attitudes Tuesday While men in three continents are pursuing fellowship with guns and war. Dr. Paul R. Helsel. professor of philosophy, will deliver a lecture on the search for fellowship by peaceful and divine means Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. in Bowne hall. In his address titled, ‘’The Hebrew-Christian Search for Divine Fellowship,” Dr. Helsel will expound on the background and history of the seach for fellowship by people of the two faiths. He will treat the subject under three headings: the structural background of fellowship, the Heb-red genius for fellowship, and the Christian apotheosis of fellowship. In the first division of his lecture he will give the background of fellowship based on a network of human relationships. The Hebrew concept of fellowship, the second division of his lecture, is deeply rooted in the earth. This is due. Dr. Helsel says, to the primitive pattern of Hebrew society, its close contract and its reliance on the soil. In the third and last part of his address, the (philosopher will speak on the Christian apotheosis of fellowship. This is the result of two factors: the origin of Christianity from a Hebrew' background, its capitalization on the Hebrew traditions. and the contributions of Christianity itself. Frasher, Bolton Win at Stanford Against 12 Competing Universities Against heavy competition, SC varsity debators Earl Bolton and Wallace Frasher had captured the two first and two second positions in the Pacific Forensic league contest at Stanford when the 3-day conclave ended Wednesday. With tw'elve leading coast universities participating in the annual debate discussion, Frasher and Bolton won the two out of three contests at the annual meet. Frasher took first place in the extempore speaking growp and was second in the progression discussion topics. Bolton received first Marvin Shapiro—conducts election today. no graft! The results of the speech competition reached the Daily Trojan office yesterday through a special telegram sent by Alan Nichols, coach of the SC debate squad. st Gives tion Today Shakespearian England and French renaissance nted today at 4:15 p.m. 1 of Music recital hall rh Bickford, lutanist. the recital and lute ion wUl be given for the the seminar in 17th Piano Teachers Convene at SC Piano instructors in public schools and colleges in southern Califomia will convene tomorrow at 10 a.m. ln Bowne hall. The event marks the second meeting of the southern Califomia School piano teachers association. As guest speaker the society will have Miss Adelaide Trowbridge Pern- of the SC School of Music. Miss Perry will review recent piano literature. President of the organization. Dr. Harvey L. Decker of Los Angeles City college, will preside. Following the affair, the members will hold a luncheon in the Student Union. place in the later group and placed second in the oratory division. Competing against Washington, Oregon State, Washington State, Stanford, UCLA and other western universities, Bolton and Frasher will go on to Stockton where 10 SC varsity debating teams are gathered to engage in the Pi Kappa Delta invitational tour. From Stockton Bolton and Frasher will head for Chicago, stopping off in the middle western states to engage other colleges and universities. Shapiro Insures Honest Vote at Polls Today Elections Commissioner Sets Rules for Voting; Identification Needed “Mr. Shapiro, what steps are you taking to insure the Trojan student body of an honest election?” Before answering this ques- Voters Choose ASSC, Class College Executives Today Candidates' Qualifications Enumerated Trojan voters will face a long list of would-be politicos today from which they will make their choices for ASSC, college, and class officers for next year. Syd Barton, Phi Kappa Psi, and Guy Halferty, non-org, will carry on the traditional political battle of the fraternity man against non-org when they compete for the office of ASSC president, political plum of today’s elections. SORORITY RACE Three sorority girls running for the official title of ASSC vice-president and “Troy’s first lady’’ include Kass By ram, Mildred Eberhard, and Louise Reordan. Winnie Clare, Evelyn Curfman. and June Schumacher are winding up their campaign for ASSC secretary. Barton is a member of Phi Kappa Psi social fraternity, wTas a member of the Trojan Squires, is a member of the junior council, and was chairman of the recent College of Commerce barn dance. HALFERTY’S MERITS Guy Halferty, non-org candidate for ASSC head man, is associate Shapiro Announces Polling Places, Elections Commissioners tion, Marvin Shapiro, elections commissioner, paused a editor of the Wampus, campus hu-moment mor masazine- leads his own or- .........., ! chestra, and wrote the music and Well ... in the first place, we lyrics for the varsity show tw0 are requiring every voter to pre- years ago. U.S. Promises Aid to Slavs sent his identification card with him before he receives a ballot. STUDENT IDENTIFICATION “Then, to make it doubly honest, we will punch number 7 on the card. This will prevent anyone else from using the card to vote dishonestly. “One of the most important things I have done to insure an Neither candidates have expressed definite campaign platforms on the expressed theory that political promises mean nothing once the ballots are cast. BYRAM’S ACTIVITIES Kass Byram, aspirant to the office of vice-president, is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta, social sorority, co-chairman of the AWS recognition banquet, secretary of the honest election is to appoint com- 1 sophomore-junior council, Amazon, and a member of the greater ini- petent men to act as chairmen of each polling station. They are directly responsible to me, and are out to see that everything is on the up and up.” WASHINGTON, March 27—<U.E> —The United States today threw its moral support behind the new anti-Nazi Jugoslav government and promised the newly constituted regime of young Peter II material aid under the lend-lease act in any fight against aggression. The sensational action, disclosed by Acting Secretary of State Sumner Welles was by far the most BALLOTS IN PADS open and significant by the United “No students will be permitted to States in the explosive Balkan influence voters from a distance situation. ! greater than a radius of 50 feet of It was the first operf admission the polling area,’ added Shapiro. Shapiro also assured his interviewer that the polling stations would be roped off 10 feet on all sides. No one except voters and appointed election officials will be admitted into the area. that the United States had promised aid to Jugoslavia. Axis newspapers previously had printed and bitterly commented on reports that such promises were made in an effort to dissuade the deposed Jugoslav government from signing with the Axis. The United States action followed swiftly a pledge of aid to the new government by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Vichy reports that Russia had made formal notification she would be forced to reexamine her relations with Germany if Nazi troops violate Jugoslavia’s frontiers. “So, all campaigning must be done away from the polls.” versity committee. Mildred Eberhard, one of her rivals, is a member of Alpha Delta Pi social sorority, an Amazon, member of Spooks and Spokes, AWS cabinet, prominent debater, and vice-president of the College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences. REORDAN’S QUALIFICATIONS Louise Reordan, third candidate for vice-president, is president of Spooks and Spokes, member of Delta Gamma social sorority, an Amazon, vice-president of the Physical Education association, AWS council member, and WAA cabinet executive. Winnie Clare, candidate for the position of ASSC secretary, is a Trojan students may cast their ballots in one of the eight following polling stations on campus which will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Marvin Shapiro, elections commissioner, has appointed deputy commissioners and student senate members to supervise voting. Administration building— Tom Eddy in charge, assisted by Gordon Wright, Jack Baird, Bill Wilson, Mary Hensler, Hal Hoover, Charlotte Quinn, Hugh McKel-lar, and Sidney Miller. Music building — Wayne Reeves in charge, assisted by Woodrow Erwin, Kay Dodds, Mary Ericson, and Margaret McDonald. Old College — John Gripman in charge, assisted by Fred Solomon, Wesley Naye, Jackie Comerford, Phil Le- vine, Smokey Martin, Stanley M. Gortikov, and Deedy Maurer. Parkway between Bridge hall and Law building—Tom Call in charge, assisted by Aurel Gilbert, Fred Nicholas, Jean Meredith, Bud Wheeler, Barbara Grant, Peggy Price, and Kit Hambly. Architecture in the east patio—Niel Deasy in charge, assisted by Mort Block, Laura Lee Turner, Margaret Branscomb, Ximeno Tejada, Charles Carter, and Page Noll. Dental Technic building- Joe Wapner in charge, assisted by Donna Lewis. Dental clinic building — Fred Glade in charge, assisted by Jack Reeter. SC medical division of the Los Angeles county hospital —Hugh McKellar in charge, assisted by Aurel Gilbert. Greek Row Promises Vote at Barton Rally Student speakers last night advocated Syd Barton as the most qualified candidate for ASSC president, and fraternity and sorority houses pledged him their support 100 per cent at his campaign rally at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house. master of cere- When questioned concerning the member 0f Chi Omega social soror- number of ballots to be printed, he explained the system in detail. “The ballots are printed in pads, each having a different number. When the voter applies, his name is taken, and he is handed a ballot. If any name or number should appear twice in counting the ballots, both votes will be discounted. “This is almost impossible, however,’’ added the elections commissioner, “because no voter can get ity, member of Amazons, Spooks and Spokes, and associate editor of El Rodeo. CURFMAN COMPETES Evelyn Curfman, one of her rivals, is a member of Delta Delta Delta social sorority, member of Amazons, secretary to ASSC president and Trojan Knight president, and member of the junior council. June Schumacher, third secretarial candidate, is a member of Al- SC Band Plays on Annual Tour Members of the Trojan band, on their annual tour, arrive in Palm Springs this morning to play for the mid-winter festival. Under the direction of Pete C. Conn, the band will lead the festival parade through the streets of the town and into the circus. Two concerts, one at the Plaza and the other at the El Mirador hotel, are scheduled for today. The 59 band members will spend the night at the Allesandro hotel in Hemet, and will go to Escondido tomorrow. After a parade and concert at the high school there, they will return to Los Angeles. The concert tours are arranged to promote friendly relations with schools and communities in southern California. The first tour this year was made during the first semester, when the band went to Stanford university and the University of Califomia. Seven concerts have been planned for this tour. Students Vote to Determine School Leaders Three ASSC offices and numerous class and college executive positions will be at stake today when Trojan voters cast their ballots in campus polls from 9 a.m. to 3 p. n. A plurality vote will elect a candidate. Marvin Shapiro, elections commissioner, yesterday released the voting regulations for the benefit of all students who are not familiar with election routines. Complete returns of the election will be printed in the Daily Trojan Monday morning. 'American Way1 progresses Block Announces Large Cast With casting nearly completed, re- White; Betty Anrena hearsals for the a]l*U production ol Helmich. Maurice Corbett as the •Th. American Way. by George S. , ,„.Klnl.v _____„ Kaufman and Moss Hart will begin as soon as possible, Mort Block, play productions manager, announced yesterday at the conclusion of tryouts in Touchstone theater. The female leading role—Irma Gunther—was cast Wednesdav. Clara ] shirt leader. Eddie Davis as a man imitating Theodore Roosevelt; Herb Sussan as a man imitating William H. Taft; and Trudi Peabody as Dorothy. The following are townspeople, of- McKinley speaker; and Leonard Peck as the Taft speaker. Muriel Lindstrom, Hallie Mae Shearer, and Martha Nan Collins as Winifred Baxter; Jane Walder ! Acials. immigrants, soldiers, guests as the school teacher; Clare Laub ! policemen, and sailors: _____________ ___________ as Anna; Clare Cohen as Mrs. Mary Lou Payne, Ptyllis Sutton, sic. all other interested Genevieve Duran will play the part. Brockton: LeRov Rumsey as the Jo Ann Clark. Dick Mulcahy. Ted > Invited. According to Block, she has re- ma>’°r: Gene Moriarty as Dr. Mac- Gossard, Geraldine Carlson, Boyd ford, who has studied a second call from a Para- Farlane: Virginia Koster, Aileen Case, Jack Alswede, Barbara Case, played in concert and mount talent scout since the role Ailringer. and Shirley Anderson as Steve Miletich, Kendall J. Mau, picture productions music ls required. was cast. I tennis ^rls- Several parts in the show are not Paula Jean as Lisa Gunther; yet definitely filled. When more Ruth Hartmann as Helen; Robert than one name appears in the fol- Speaker as Alex Hewitt; Karl K^p-lowing list, it signifies that one of pel as the Hoover speaker; Hal atum. and the moon those named will eventually fill that Burgelt as the minister; Duree Hol- Astronomers der the observation of role, ext Monday, from 7 to hen Dr. C. H. Clemin-:r of astronomy, will ch telescope available lis as Ruth: Hugo William Jones as Martin Black as Martin Gunther; , Karl I; Harry Bennett as Karl II; Genevieve Duran as Irma Gunther; j Ashmead Scott as Ed Lorenz; James John Howard Craig as Samuel Crehan as the constable; Jim Hum-Brockton; Janet Cunningham as phreys as the master of ceremon-Mrs. Kennedy; Lynn Norby as Mrs. ies; George Goldberg as the brown- wm 'be Pha Gamma Delt. junior council, AWS judicial court, (Continued on Page Two) p£mhellenic council( and ywcA cabinet, OTHER CANDIDATES Other candidates and the offices for which they are running are listed below; ASSC yell leader—Bob McKay. College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences _ Paul Barthel and John Craig, president; Shirley Millikan. vice-president. Senior class president—Bill Henry. Junior class president — Dick Koontz. Sophomore class president—Zack Farmer. College of Architecture—Carleton Winslow, president; Ruth Palmer, vice-president. College of Engineering—Kenneth Gunn, president; Charles Eckert, vice-president; Jerome Linn and Lane Freedman, Shirley Adamson. Jact Morrow, secretary; and Jim Alice Hammer, Alex Omalev, Guy j Tweedt, treasurer. Halferty, Doris Mae Huck. Flor- , college of Pharmacy—Don Haley, ence Arthur, Bruce Roberts. Jack Morris Tenebaum, and Ida Jane Manson. Betty Boulware. Regina gales, president. Blak, Betty Dusendshon, Mary Go- College of Commerce—Lon Hop-wer, Doris Schaffer, Roberta Me- wood, president; Beverly Heywood, Evoy, Sam Roeca, Mary Prince, vice-president. Betty Gough. School of Government — Stanley Louise Fuller, Kay Gillildnd, Peg gy Rowan, Isabelle Marjorie Ziegler. Lupton, and Spero. School of International Relations —to be elected next week. Wesleyans Swim Tonight Taking advantage of the spring weather, members of the Wesley club will sponsor a swim fest at the Redondo plunge at 7:30 p.m. today. Students will meet at the University Methodist church for transportation. The swimming party will be followed by refreshments at Tony Randle's house in Hermosa Beach. Dwight Hart, monies, introduced five prominent Trojan students who voiced their approval of Barton and urged his supporters to vote for him at the polls today. HALFERTY’S ‘CHECK* While Guy Halferty’s famous campaign check lay tom in pieces upon the floor of Bovard. Donna Lewis, ASSC vice-president, dramatically opened the Syd Barton rally. “When you choose a student body president you sort of want one who would go out and represent you at breakfasts at 7 a.m., at luncheons, and dinners . . . one who would represent you and ‘ your university. I think Syd Barton speaks for himself, and I’d like to see you get out and vote for him for ASSC president tomorrow.” During the evening Hart read a list of fraternities who had sent telegrams and letters informing Barton of their 100 per cent support. BARTON’S BACKERS Tom Eddy, president of the Trojan Knights, also advocated student support for Barton. Syd Barton himself made a brief appearance before the “mike” to welcome his guests and urge their support. “I’m happy to see you all here. I think it was a pretty good show, and if I enjoyed it it must be good . . . with me in my condition! “We’ve had a good week. It was fun and we all worked hard. So tomorrow you can show your appreciation by voting for me. I hope you all have a good time. Goodnight.” All students enrolled in the university are entitled to indicate their choices for the ASSC offices of president, vice-president, secretary, and yell leader. Junior college students and graduates may vote only for these officers. Voting for college offices will be restricted to students enrolled in those colleges, and only members of each class may cast ballots for class officers. ASSC CARDS NEEDED To receive a ballot each student must present his SC identification card at the polls, where number 7 will be punched by election officials. This precaution is taken V> avoid duplication of votes. Trojans will use Australian ballots to indicate their choice* for the various political offices. An earlier move to use voting machines was blocked by university officials in view of the added expense and confusion which would be caused by use of the cumbersome machines. The area surrounding each polling station will be marked off by ropes for a distance of 10 feet on all sides, and no person except voters and election officials will be admitted into this area. Shapiro asserts that absolutely no electioneering will be permitted within a radius of 50 feet of the polling area. COMMISSIONERS STATIONED Polls will open promptly at 9 a. m. and closed at 3 p.m. No ballota may be cast after the 3 p.m. deadline, according to Shapiro. Immediately following the closing of the eight polling stations on campus. Shapiro will inspect all poll boxes and cover the slots with tape to prevent tampering. After sealing the boxes signatures will be placed across the tape to insure honesty. Ballots will be taken out and counted in the general manager’s office by members of the election committee, the student senate, and officials appointed by Shapiro. Shapiro has appointed 41 deputy elections commissioners to be stationed at the polls. They will insure honest voting, answer student questions ,and have charge of ballots. Two senate members will b« at each station. SC Archaeologists Arrive Home After Perilous Mexico Trip Search for two SC archaeological i Ing done research in Arizona ruins students, David Rice and David ; last summer and previously in Ha-Conover, was halted yesterday when waii. Conover is not an archaeol-they drove into Ensenada, Lower ogy major. Califomia, after being 72 hours ov- j George Rice Jr., father of one of erdue from a motor trip into the | the boys, went to Ensenada to bleak Mexican wastes. lead a searching party. He expect The sheriffs office, which had ed that the pair had merely en dispatched a state-wide missing-persons teletype, reported that the pair had taken an inland route that kept them overtime. The Trojans were probing into a new archaeological site that had been discovered 100 miles south of Ensenada in the region of Hamilton ranch. Rice, who is working for his M.A. is an experienced excavator, hav- countered motor trouble and were too far from communications to inform him of their difficulties. Dr. A. O. Bowden, professor of anthropology and archaeology, de scribed the tsrritorv as “wild and desolate with difficult traveling. The region is not so uninhabited that communications couldn’t be es tablished in a day or less if their car had broken down, he said. Sorority Girls to Sell Tags for Greek Relief Two-hundred SC girls will meet tomorrow for breakfast at the Pig ’n’ Whistle restaurant at 7th and Broadway, to make plans for the day’s work of selling t^s and receiving donations on the downtown streets for the Greek War Relief fund. The representatives from SC include four girls from each sorority. Mimi Peterson, aided by Jackie Williams, Marilyn Skansen, and Lynn Norby, will be in charge of the day's activities. Charley Skou-ras, general chairman and head of the United States Greek War Relief association, will give an award to the girl selling the most tags. A campus tag day may be held next week or the week following, according to Miss Peterson. The girls participating in the affair tomorrow will take charge of collecting student donations. ?
|Title||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 32, No. 111, March 28, 1941|
|Description||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 32, No. 111, March 28, 1941.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DAI LY&TROJAN XII NAS—Z-42 Los Angeles, Calif., Friday, March 28, 1941 No. 111 m Bids Co Sale Today t Expected for Annual Spring Dance ler, Richards Orchestras Entertain r the junior prom go on sale this morning in the nion bookstore, and will be sold in all fraternity nokey Martin, acting president of the junior class, hat students wishing to attend should purchase immediately, as an exceptionally large attendance estra of Glenn Miller Richards will play for hich is now definitely _r Friday night, April lue room of the Bilt-Clark Liddell and t, co-chairmen of the supervising all plans, is an all-university af-SC students may pur-regardless of year or n which they are en-Junior council has \ges ln an effort to cut is given every spring of the junior class, prom was named the ’ It was held in the of the Ambassador o Rey and the King the featured enter- vhis year's prom will $3.85 a couple. Pour already been dis-.temity houses. » Offered iad Roles