DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 24, No. 141, May 11, 1933
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Phone RI 4111 Editor, Sta. 227 Mgr., Sta. 226 SOUTHERN DAILY CALIFORNIA T ROJAN ! United Press 1 World Wide News Service Vol. XXIV Los Angeles, California, Thursday, May 11, 1933 No. 141 brary Closing ime Change s Scheduled Cup Winner 10 P.M. Closing Rule o Go Into Effect Tomorrow Night ilding Will Remain Open Until 5 P.M. On Saturdays hanges in the Doheny Memor-library closing hours announc-this week will go into effect or row, according to Miss istian R. Dick, acting librarian, fceriay. nder the new ruling the II--y v ill stay open until 10 p.m War Declared By Paraguay Against Bolivia Annual Dance Drama To Be Given Tonight Announcements Now on Sale At Book Store Graduating seniors may secure their announcements at the ticket •window in the Uni-.versity Book store, starting today. Stanley Levine, permanent senior class president, has arranged the printing and sale of the announcements through the book store. Arthur Groman, freshman de week days and until 5 p.m. on bater, was the winner of the E unlays. Books placed on col- Neal Ames contest cup last ; 1.00«CoOO^-<nie third" that of Chi- Kellogg Pact Is Ignored; Creative Ballet Classes Neutrality Will Be To Present Original Observed By U. S. Recital Program Gran Chaco Possession Cycles of Elements and Is Cause of Dispute Life Will Be Depicted Between Nations By 13 Students WASHINGTON, May 10—(UJ!)— Culminating weeks of organiza- | A mild mannered little man who ! tion and perfecting of original j i speaks in a soft, si w drawl, Min- dances into a unified production, «ister Enrique Bordenave of Para- the annual dance drama sponsor-! guav, today brought the state de- j ed by the W.A.A. will be presented | ; partment word of the first offi- , at 8 o clock this evening in Bovard ■ cial war to be declared in the j auditorium. ; - last decade. Chorus and individual numbers Professional Group Names Paraguay, with its population of under ^e general headings "™~-___rhi. i ment Cycle” and "Life < Council Elects New Officers Leaders Agree On Industrial Supervision Bill Public Works Program Includes State Loans For Construction Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi Will Induct 160 Business Girl Stone As Leader for Next Semester Ele- Cycle” and "Life Cycle” ral will not be allowed to go day- He will receive the award j ^^piaI1^0 Throw1 an’ armv of ;have been Prepared. Earth, wind, until ono hour before closing at the speech banquet on May into a war aeainst sea- and flre will be depicted in Bo,™ wUh “u Tople itj>. flrst croup, with 11 phases of Harold Stone. XI F.I Phi. was hanges Effective Tomorrow ; - T««P«inr nf th.. Om Chaco the average human beings exis- (elected president of the Profes- , .h a va tence portrayed in the second di- sional Interfraternity council for the minister revealed. They have ' . J ,. . . . v vision. the coming semester at the regular been fighting without a declara-, , . , I .. . ., , , . . . „„mTrw„. i Final dress rehearsal for the af- meeting of the council which was tion of war since last summer. I ( ° ,____, . U S Neutral was night under * held at the Xi Psi Phi house last the supervision of Miss Ruth j night, according to George Hoed- changvb were made to be 'tive tomorrow in order to fa-ate students’ study programs inp finals, Miss Dick said. If plan is successful, it will re-n in operation next year, “ceptionr to the collateral ruling will be made onlyl :n duplicate copies are avail-These may be procured at reserve desk. k6 used by students during month of April totaled 28,822, rding to the monthly report Miss Dick. Reserve books Apolliad To Be Held Saturday 't* tifnrnu 1 tSu. !vn M ■ Price, faculty coach for the crea- I lnghaus, president of the council, cated that the United States would danclng ^ the I 0(her offlcers ^ ^ ^ cital which members produce each j were: George Peale, Delta Sigma , _ . . , , ,, .. , . . year. Gretchen Mayer is student 1 Pi, vice-president; James Mahan, Work of Student Authors , tr> - following its precedent in pursue strict neutrality. They were unable to say whether this coun- Playwrights, Dancers To Be Presented • Kellogg peace pact, pledging nations to settle their quarrels by ‘peaceful means. Paraguay signed Jobs Assured By Plan To Be Presented to Congress Soon WASHINGTON, May 10.—(U.E)— President Roosevelt and a group of cabinet and congressional advisers today agreed in principle on a comprehensive bill combining industrial planning and a $3,-300,000,000 public works bill. The measure will be pressed ! to enactment at this session of : congress. It provides, in addition • to the public works program, for i licensing of industries by a government board to control produc- j duction, reduce hours of work, j and stabilize wages on a fair j basis. Its aim is to prevent sur- I pluses, eliminate "cut-throat” com- ! petition, and give jobs for mil- ; lions now out of work. Progress Made The task of working out details i of the bill, which represents Pre- 1 Honor Groups Announce Lists Of Selections Election Into Honoraries Considered Highest Academic Honor Local authors, playwrights, dan- | it. Bolivia did not. . . ,. director of the dance drama; she I Psi Omega, secretary and Culver iother disputes, would involve the . , . . , ’ „ . . 'I. . _ ' is also W.A.A. dance manager. J Heaton, Alpha Rho Chi,. treasurer. Natural Elements — ,------- ---- ----- — Portrayal of the four natural ! Delta, professional dental frater- ar^ ia... • _ _ , . .. , 1 .. , , . Donald R. Ricbbere, representative the annual College of Commerce elements will open the evenings nity, was accepted by the council , , , 6’ . » *. , A- ... * - .. , . . 4V. of railroad labor; director of the conference dinner. 1 program, with the entire group of after a report was given by the 1 * :_ Honoring students high in scholarship the initiation of 38 honor students into Phi Beta Kappa and j the election of 122 to Phi Kappa I Phi were announced yesterday by Prof. Hugo C. Willett and Prof. William C. Angermann, secretai* ies of the local chapters of th* scholarship societies, respectively. Phi Beta Kappa, national liber* ' al arts honor society, announced 1 through Professor Willett that 38 , f recently elected juniors and sen-Winner of the Alpha Kappa Psi iorg wJU be formally inltiated tt sident Roosevelt’s frontal assault on the depression, was delegated typical business girl contest is | 4 m Ma>. All-university in a'1 "petition"“ fVom ^Delta^""sigma !t0 a committee composed of Secre- Genevieve Plagman, shown above. , charac‘terj phl Kappa Phl, national tary of I^bor trances Perkins, I She was presented last night at Sf>hniarqhin hnrwrarv announced W out numbered 13,965. Per- ! cer*> and Puppeteers will have an | Reminded that his country was 13 danc;rs participating. “Cradle committee in charge of petition in- £u^get Douglas, Senators | to use the stacks were is- opportunity to present specimens j a signatory of the Kellogg pact song,’ by Berceuse, will furnish i vestigations. The house will be- bert ‘ „fg.D^r’ vf" °k ’ tf, I 1 P 1 cefi of original work in the ninth an- jand, asked he reconciled tie the motif' o[ the first number in come a regular member of the ^ "tUh ! ij03>U0f S 1 6t6(I By Commerce declaration of war with this obli- to 688 students. •ongressional Library Cards ' nual Apolliad to take place Satur- i .. tds filed in the Library of day evening in Touchstone theater. ,g Bordena said gress depository on April 30 ..... .. , . . . "There is a right of nti e M.«l. .aid the report. At I,lclu<led m Program wh.ch is tiona, )aw lvh,r!l ,8 ?uper,^ the motif of the first number in j come a regular member of the , x the "Life Cycle.” council wjth the opening of the j ^“^ts, and Hugh Virginia Williams is to depict university in September. Plans for the annual profes- Johnscn, associate of Bernard M. Baruch, chairman of the war in-| dustries board. “Shadows,” followed by Dorothy ____ ____ ___ ^________lo all Martin and Enola Campbell in j sional council stag dinner were rate at which the filing is being sponsored by the School. of pacts — ^e right of self-defense.” j “Simple Simon.’’ “Odds and Ends” discussed and Peale and Barney' After a three hour meeting, pressing approximately eight Speech, will be winning poetry,; Tests Policy is the title of the next phase, I Faubion were appointed as chair- ^ agner announced that substan- rs will be required to complete OQe-act plays, essays, dances, mu- . -pbe war affords the first test representing the growing child at men of the affair which will be tial progress was made. The com- pjacrman Hartlv Given new administra- , play,' to be given by Virginia Wil- ; held next Wednesday night. New mittee .will continue tomorrow o ♦ J Contest Awards at Annual Banquet alphabet ing of all books in the s’cal numbers, and a puppet show, 0f whether the sessional library. the work of S.C. students. j tion will pursue the Hoover-SUm- liams and Bessie McCollum. Doro- officers will be installed at the with prospects of completing its library use of periodicals PreparaU)r}. t0 the aunual pre. ! «>n policy of waving the olive , thy Martin will do "Hop Scotch” j dinner. work. tered 4.490, with the hom<* S(intation 0‘ the \j.olliad original branch wherever bloodshed ap-I with Gretchen Mayer, who will al-( Outgoing officers of the council; Public work* - being 555, a total of 5,045. efTorts of Trojan students are sub- Peared likely. so interpret “Make Believe.” j besides Hoedinghaus are Galen' The public works section of the With a crowd of 600 present, statistics reported by th^ mjttej t0 a‘ judging committee Stoppage of food supplies from .‘‘Scrimmage” will be another group shaver, vice-resident; Nick He-: measure, he said, would provide the annual College of Commerce g librarian show that 334 w ho a]iprove those ^onlribvl;ons j entering Bolivia by way of Argen- number, followed by "Nocturne." reeg, secretary; and Bert Harris, ‘ f°r loans for self-liquidating pro- ( banquet '-was held last ni^ht as ;s and 60 theses were cata- v are repreSentative of the tina was underslood to be the depicted by Bessie McCollum and | treasurer. jects by states, counties, and muni- j a climax of commerce activities *d in April; 5,192 cards were bm gtudent work in the various reason why Paraguay turned the Gretchen Mayer. • - d in public catalog; 243 books Hrls The purpose of thig prograra ‘unofficial’ but bloody war of the Adult Life ! _ J-e purchased, and 96 received ig lQ encouraife creative activities last 10 months into a formal con- Three main phases of adult life finpfyio RanflllPf 3, ^(. flict. Rules of international law will be portrayed ln "Restraint,” j V/lHLllia L/aiLljULL gift*. now govern. pgineers To Play Hookey for Day I Among the judges on this year's 'committee were: Florence ScotL stories; Julia McCorkle and Ethe-jlean Gaw, poetry; Lynn Clark, stories; Ruth Price, dance; Dr. Allison Gaw, Florence Hubbard, 1 Clyde Dalzell. and Tacie Hanna ItudentK of the College of En- Rew, plays; and Pauline Alder-pering will trek to Brookside ,man, Mabel "Woodworth, and Ik today to participate in the Charles Pemberton, music. Warren, nationally known com- ities of the annual ditch day.) More than lh<? ugua, numtH>r of poser of many of America’s best ! students will participate in the jloved 80nSs- will feature today’s College of Music To Present Songs Will Be Held on Tuesday Night “Release.” an d“Even Song.” Bessie McCollum and Virginia Wil-' liams will do the first and second j of these numbers, respectively. The entire chorus of dancers will take ; _ part of the grand finale. Wkh a m5r)ad of gtarg promi. Other members of the group ; neQ(. in thfi movie flrmament as who will not do individual num- , honored gue8ts> the new depart. bers are Arna ^ inston, Borgny ment of cinematography will be Compositions by Eleanor Remick ^arem. Dorothy Wilson, Beverly Cam, Virginia Christopherson, Mae Kroeger, Yvonne Gimper, and Janet Hampton. jrsified sports program has ^n planned which will in-le baseball, golf, and swimming. I*cs will be awarded to the urpions in each sporL hhose wishing to bring lunches y do so, but the mid-day meal |y be purchased at the park, scial student rates will be effec-for swimming and golf, but jitestants in these sports must jed yesterday. pof. W. E. Burby Smid and Vcie-president Touton. Dean Maryr Sinclair Crawford, and Mrs. Pearle Aikin-Smith, assistant dean of women, have also been invited by the W.A.A. Tickets for students are still on sale at 35 cents, with a 50 cent rate for adults and 25 cents for high school students available. 5 festivities will begin at 10 a. and will end late in the ^ter-1 ^^pomad, Then To" Trojans 1 Col,e.ge. of Music broadcast at will present original work. Mrs. in Mudd hall, tudems intending to go. are Tacie Hanna Rew chairman of Mary Elizabeth Waldorf, sopra-ed to meet in front of Bridge the committ^ in charge of the no, will interpret Miss Warren’s I at 9 a.m. in order to reach ,event hag isgued propram Invita. j songs with the composer at the Keene of activities on time. A Uong tQ aU contributors whose |Piano- They Include "Silent work has been accepted. Moon, Touch of Spring, My _. Lady Lou,” and "My Parting History Group Will I other selections on the pro-Hear Talk on Russia gram wil1 be "Scherzo,” by __i Brahms, rendered by Chitosy Na- “New Russia in the Making” !^ao' Pianist. This will be followed will be the subject of a talk to be b* the appearance of the Ladies’ given by Dr. George Day, profes- choral, under the direction of Dr. sor of sociology at Occidental col- -Arnold H. W agner. lege, in Touchstone theater at 1 ^>be ErouP w'ill sing “List the nish their own equipment. The 10;25 0^Qck thig raorning Mo. ! Cherubic Host,” by GruI; "Zueig-illenge of the general engineers tion pictures on the subject will jnunS>” by Strauss; and "Danza a golf match with any other 1 projected 1 Danza,’’ by Durante. The mem- ision of the college was re- : bers of the choral are Mary James, Dr. Day has made an intensive , Dorotha Purcell. Margaret Louise study of Russia, visiting that coun- Warnecke, Edith Motridge, Mary try every summer. He also speaks 1 Richards, Melody McKim, Marion I . D 1 Russian- Students of history 180, [johnston, Marjorie Hoyt and Mar- ompietes Law book faculty members, and all others ; cie Arroues. Everett Crosbv, bari- who are interested are invited to j tone, will sing the solo in the first of. William E. Burby of the attend. selection of the group. Law school has recently com- ________ ted a new legal case book community property. The book 11 be published by the Commerce taring House as one of a series ted by a committee of leading professors over the country. it is expected that the book j -- be available this summer in " ASHINGTON, May 10.—(UJR)— • payment of a debt which the fessor’s Burby's classes on com- Bemnants of the bonus army that I federal government does not legality property. This subject is was driven from the capital a ly owe until 1945. particular interest to western 'eai a^° b' i*re and bayonets 1 In a vacant lot behind the house tes, and litUe material has been ramped again at the city s gates office building a rival group has Meeting at 12:15 p.m. in 234 etofore available for a scientific tonight. set up camp with no tents, few Student L'nion, members of Alpha dy of the community property The-V came this time not in blankets and little food. Three Chi Alpha, national honorary jour-tem. organized regiments but in strag- American flags hang limp at their nalism sorority, will make plans ----------Sling groups. stafTs in this windless day. Men today for the traditional senior usic Pupil To Give Once again the cry of "pay the take off their shoes to ease their luncheon, at which all senior mem-t>. u . 1 bonus now!” echoed along Penn- aching feet, and lounge on the bers will be honored. niOr l lB.no ixCCltal sylvania avenue. On the very spot grass. They curse the Pennsyl- Plans for the fall semester will --where bricks and bullets flew a vania avenue contigent, referring also be discussed. Copies of Al-Cri, r her senior piano recitaL .vear ago two brown tents have to them as "damned communists.” ! official publicaiton of the organiza-lma Keener, pupil of Max L. been thrown up in a vacant lot. Late today the veterans liaison , tion, are to be presented to mem-artbout of the College of Mu- : An Alabama veteran stands in committee began moving its men bers at this time. will present a program in line waiting to register behind a j out of the city to Fort Hunt, 10 ! ---- uchstone^ theater,^ at; negro who in turn stands behind j miles down the Potomac river! a squat little Japanese how in officially launched at a cinema banquet next Tuesday night at 7:30 in the Women’s Residence liall. The affair will be open to 50 Complimentarj tickets ha'i e been stUljeninterested in the motion proffered to President von Klein- j picture lndustry. Bonus Army Again Enters Capital To Demand Bonus By-Liners Hold Meeting Tonight Walter Burroughs, manager of the advertising staff of the L’nion Lithograph company of Los Angeles will be the guest speaker of By-Liners, professional journalism fraternity, when the Trojan men hold their last monthly meeting of the semester tonight at G p. m. at the Italian American cafe on North Broadway. New officers will be elected at the meeting, it was announced by John “Sky” Dunlap, president. Outgoing officials include Dunlap; Art Gierlich, vice-president; and DeWitt Miller, secretary. New members of the fraternity will be present at the meeting. Walt Disney, with whom Dr. Boris Morkovin, chairman of the new department, is under contract to reorganize the Disney studio story department this summer, has accepted the invitation to be guest of honor. Mervyn Le Roy, director at Warner Brothers, will be master of ceremonies, and Marie Dressier, Boris Karloff, Frances Dee. Frank Tuttle, and 25 other members of different studios have announced intentions of attending. A feature of the evening’s entertainment w’ill be the drawing of caracitures of the stars present by Director King. cipalities up to about 11,500,000,000 for the year. Featured on the , of the $3,300,000,000 provided. The program were prominent Los An-! rest would be federal public works, geles men who spoke on topics Allotment, of the whole amount is , of current interest. Dr. Attilio H. 1 left to the president, under the ; Giannini, chairman of the execu-1 bill. • • 1 tive committee of the Bank of Walsh said that the trend of the America, spoke on “The Current conference today was toward vol- i Banking System.” untary trade agreements, rather j Judge May of the ^ than compulsory agreements, ^ag- ! \ngeie8 municipal courts talked on ner s bill pro\ides ultimately for J "The Seller of Purpose and the compulsory action. < Tentmaker.” The subject for John . 1 Buell, was “The Importance of A/*/»niintQntC Will Education in Retailing.” Mr. Buell ilvvvUI Ldlllo ff 111 is president of the May company. Presentation of two awards in j College of Commerce contests took place last night at the Commerce __banquet, when Genevieve Plagman Honoring two nationally known received the title of "Miss Busi- Sponsor Dinner Honorary Group To Plan Luncheon 5 p.m. Evel>*n Nadine Conner, ano, and Margery Wright, ac-panist, will assist Miss Keener. some way contrived to make America's quarrel his more than 15 ccompanied on the second by 1 years ago. This camp is the head , Swarthout, Miss Conner will quarters of the veterans’ liaison y Schumann’s “Concerto In A committee—one faction of the 6,-nor." iftOO men who intend to demand where the regular army is preparing quarters for them. All attempts to get the rival group to move have failed, and they also have refused to participate in the convention which will open next week Assembly Utah Club Will Hold Get-together Tonight Promoting the idea of interstate friendship, and particularly to permit students of S.C. from Utah to meet and become acquainted, the Utah club will meet tonight at 7:30 at the Y.W. house, according to Van Anderson, president of the organization. “Many students have manifested interest in this club,” stated Anderson, "and we are planning not only to have a social program, but to endeavor to make out-of state students feel at home, and to help them orient themselves.” Legal Aid Members To Meet in North accountants, four local chapters of accounting organizations are sponsoring a dinner to be given tomorrow, at 6:30 p.m. in the Student Union building. The guests of honor are John Forbes, president of the American Institute of Accountants, and R. W. E. Cole, president of the American Society of Certified Public Accountants. Organizations which are giving the dinner are; the Petroleum Accountants society, the Los Angeles chapter of the California State Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Los Angeles chapter of the National Association of Cost Accountants, and the Iota chapter of Beta Alpha Psi. scholarship honorary announced the election of members from all colleges on the campus and set the initiation ceremonies for next Tuesday and June 1. Election to either society ls recognized nationally as the highest scholartic honor obtainable in collegiate circles. Distinct Field* While their standards of sele^ tion are similar, their fields art distinct as set by the national or' ganization. Phi Beta Kappa is or ganized nationally to honor exclusively those graduating from the colleges of letters, arts, and science*, while Phl Kappa Phi extends t*e same honor to person* outstanding in scholarship in all divisions of university work. Printed programs for Scholar ship day will list new members of honor groups for all departments, schools, and colleges. Alumni of the scholarship orga^ nizations have been invited tt participate in all events planned for the day. They are invited by those in charge to attend th* dinner and program arranged foi the evening. The success of a similar ob«er> vance, planned and executed fo» the first time last year, leads to a continuation of the annual event as a campus tradition. This year's Scholarship day program will follow closely the schedule of ths 1932 occasion. Seniors Elected In charge of arrangements for Tuesday is Dean Reid L McClung Bathrobes will be the mark of distinction worn by the junior ! approval blank for each copy and ness Girl’ for 1933, and the Phi Chi Theta key for outstanding work in commerce, and Kenneth the College of C ommerce, assist- Hartley won the American Man- ed by Dt. Owen C. Coy, sub-com- agement association cup for ex- , mittee head for the morning pro- ceptional work in business and in- gram; Dr. C. D. Carus and Dean dustrial management. ^ Hale of the School of Lav, Miss Plagman, who was pre- responsible for the afternoon lec- sented with a pen and pencil ture; Dr. J. D. Cooke, supervising set donated through the courtesy ithe dinner and evening program, of Chris Daniels, manager of the Prof* W. G. Angerman, financial (Continued on page two) arrangements; and Miss Julia Mo _______Corkle, publicity. r|-.i a Because they ranked in the up- Masters 1 heses Are per ten percent of their class con- Due on Wednesday sistently maintaining more than a __“B” average, the following 25 sen- Theses of .June candidates for l°rs were elected to Phi Beta Kap- masters’ degrees are due to the ■ P®- from the College of Letters, committee chairmen in final form Arts, and Sciences b> faculty by May 17. Each candidate should members of the society, submit with his thesis a special Lucy J. Armstrong, Sue Bevans, men at Washington State for the whole of junior week, according to a class vote recently. approval card, this to be signed Margaret E. Bryant, Agnes D. Charles, Louise E. Denny, Mar- by each member of the commit- 1 Karet Dietrich, \ ictor ^ Feinberg, tee. Friday Assembly Period To Feature Sixth Newsreel Burton Field, Barbara E. Hanson, Kathryn K. Keeler, Belva M. Laa- nan. Alberta R. Magaw, Vera L, Martin, J. Gretchen Mayer, Va^ ner L. Montgomery, Houston M#> Kissick. Mildred Pomeroy, Marion P. Richardson, Maxine Russell, (Continued on page two) Dr. Bruce R. Baxter will speak on “Mother” this morning at 9:55 o’clock in Bovard auditorium. Willard Smith will play two organ selectiona In cooperation with the state bar committee on legal aid, the Legal Aid clinic is sponsoring the third annual meeting ofthe West coast conference of Legal Aid organizations in Sacramento, May 15 and 16. The University of Southern California Legal Aid clinic will be represented at the conference by Dean William G. Hale of the School of Law, Leon T. David, director of the I^egal Aid clinic, Miss Pauline May Hoffman, Lawrence E. Drumm, James Reitz, and J. Wesley Cupp, all attorneys for the clinic. T Featured by the announcing of that wise-cracking, mirth-provoking, side-splitting Trojan Review rejorter, Ralph Acton, the sixth current weekly newsreel will be presented to the students tomorrow morning in Bovard auditorium during the regular assembly period. According to Bob Monosmith, production manager of the Trojan Review, there are many interesting views on this week’s performance. Chief among these will be some Intimate portrayals of campus leaders during the ditch day last Friday at the Deauville Beach club following the student body elections. The much discussed Trojan-Stan-ford track meet of last Saturday will be shown. In addition to these, there will be additional Dr. Edward Grigg* To Speak Tomorrow shots of the "Red-White” football game. Election winning smiles will be flashed on the screen when Larry Pritchard, Christy Fox, Betty j Dr. Edward Howard Griggs, pre Jones, and Bob Morrell display sident of the Brooklyn Institute their molars to their student body J of Arts and Sciences, will lecture following. ' on "Hauptman’s Weavers—the Pro- Joe Bushard and his cohorts will j test Against Economic Wrong” to-be seen interviewing Squire can- morrow afternoon at 2:30 a.m. The didates for membership to the Tro- i lecture will be given in Mudd jan Knights. Memorial hall and is open to the Advance information on the Ar- public, chitecture Ditch day to be held : Formerly a professor of ethics next Wednesday will be given the at Stanford university. Dr. Griggs art students in the newsreel. j is an internationally-known author- The golf match play between S. ity on thought movements, litera-C. and her Westwoodenhead neigh- ture and current affairs. His bors held last Tuesday will also ! books include "American States-be shown. In these shots, the man,” "Moral Education,” "The low score winners of the victorious Philosophy of Art,” “Self-Culture Trojan team will demonstrate the Through the Vocation,” “For What correct method of defeating a Do We Live?” and "Blossomed Bruin team, t Hours.”
|Title||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 24, No. 141, May 11, 1933|
|Description||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 24, No. 141, May 11, 1933.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
Phone RI 4111
Editor, Sta. 227
Mgr., Sta. 226
! United Press
1 World Wide
Los Angeles, California, Thursday, May 11, 1933
brary Closing ime Change s Scheduled
10 P.M. Closing Rule o Go Into Effect Tomorrow Night
ilding Will Remain Open Until 5 P.M.
hanges in the Doheny Memor-library closing hours announc-this week will go into effect or row, according to Miss istian R. Dick, acting librarian, fceriay.
nder the new ruling the II--y v ill stay open until 10 p.m
War Declared By Paraguay Against Bolivia
Annual Dance Drama To Be Given Tonight
Announcements Now on Sale At Book Store
Graduating seniors may secure their announcements at the ticket •window in the Uni-.versity Book store, starting today.
Stanley Levine, permanent senior class president, has arranged the printing and sale of the announcements through the book store.
Arthur Groman, freshman de
week days and until 5 p.m. on bater, was the winner of the E
unlays. Books placed on col- Neal Ames contest cup last ; 1.00«CoOO^-