DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 25, No. 3, September 26, 1933
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United Prew World Wide New* Service SOUTHERN DAILY CALIFORNIA TROJAN Phone RI 4111 Editor, Sta. 227 Mgr., St*. 226 Los Angeles, California, Tuesday, September 26, 1933 No. 3 icane Hits ampico; 5000 ead, Injured ’can Oil Port Almost Leveled by 125-Mile Gale and Flood ident Rodriguez Asks Funds To Organize Immediate Aid EXICO CITY. Sept. 26. — <UPJ Se coastal city of Tampico, one lexicon largest municipalities, almost wiped out today by a flc hurricane. an official bulle--f Ihe Interior department said j _ . . , _ ” , Conference at Avalon To » Monterey correspondent of; Feature President, newspaper El Universal quoted | Noted Sneakers ,;s official* as egtlmatinSj OpcaKeTS jpad nnd Injured in the [ >.r«vaged district between jorta and Tampico. The wind d^*U«d.“con^uniciI were wrecked. Students Pack Gym Floor As First Event of Social Season Makes Gay Debut By Jack Frankish Nearly 2000 .students packed the women's gymnasium for the first affair of thc Southern California social season last night. The dig was said by student body officials to be the largest one at the university in more than two years. Dancing to the strains of Eddie Bush's orchestra, 500 --* couples Jammed the floor for each number. Stag lines were enormous T Will Hold | Annual Meet but orderly and the most timid freshman woman found herself be-seiged with dancing partners as lhe men vied with each other on the floor. Oay cardinal and gold streamers festooned the celling of the gym nnd a myriad of soft colored lights coupled wilh sweet strains from l.he coiner of the room transformed the dance floor into a profusion of lights, shadows, and harmony. Many New Face* New faces and old. freshmen That the series of speakers and j leaders of the Catalina conference to be held at Avalon next Friday | and alumni, were grouped around the floor. F-raternlty pledges, proudly displaying their new jew- Havana Claims Anti-American Chiefs Nabbed Charge Communists Seek Workers’ Uprisings at U.S. Owned Mines Captain J. Bias Flailed in Surrender at Cuban President's Palace program, was the statement made yesterday by Worth Bernard, con Track* Washed Out ference chairman. HAVANA, Sept. 25.—<U.P)—The government announced tonight that a band of communists threatening anti-American demonstrations had been rounded up at Pinar del Rio and the ringleaders arrested. The communists were charged with seeking to foment discontent among laborers In American-owned copper mines in that area. Several radical outbreaks had occurred since the formation of the present revolutionary government. I landing of U.S. marines was fear-, . . . , . ed by the authorities, who prom- elry U. freshman co-eds were cha-,,gpd that Amerlcan „VM Rnd President Will Welcome New Trojans Extended his greetings to all >ld and new students, Presi-lent R. B. von KlelnSmid will Jeliver his annual speech of welcome in the assembly tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. The president is to ipeak on "Facing the Facts.” Dr. von KlelnSmid recently returned from a tour of Europe, where he made a study of the political and economic situation on the continent. New professors snd fellows recently added to the faculty staff are to be presented to the student body at the assembly, and a musical program has been planned. Dr, Bruce Bax-er. dean of the School of Religion, is to give the invoratin, grined when some senior brother les of railways tracks were Open to all Trojan men. the calmly cut In pci away, lhe 'damage to Catalina conference is sponsored j During the evening from 7:30 to ays lines is fabulous," the rt said. Several trains were up by Hoods and others in storm area were not reported eard from here. ^.t contact with the stricken was obtained through com-ication with the German er Kiel In Tampico harbor, ,h radioed: ]osl immense tragedy. Impos to Imagine extent. Those each year by the Trojan "Y” to j 9:45, stags, groups of women, and acquaint freshmen with upper- j couples filed through the door into property would be protected. Hernandez Hailed Meanwhile Captain Juan Bias Hernandez, the so-called "Cuban Sandino," was hailed by a cheer- classmcn and facility members, the lobby of the women s gym, as throng as he arrived from thc and Introduce them to S. C.’s tra- quarters rang musically in the ditions. j washtub at the portal. On thc bal- Already many students have . cony to the rear of the buildings registered at the “Y” office and | and by Ihe windows, men and wo- men rested between dances. Rushee* Popular Here id there, sorority women others are planning to pay the $5.95 all-expense fee, according to Frank Smith, president of the "Y". Highlights of the week-end at j attempted to keep track of their Avalon this year are addresses by pr|le rushees, while upperclassmen of city not destroyed by , Alexander Irvine, Irish writer and glided away with them to the other are now 10 or 15 feet under lecturer. Dr. Roy L. Smith, pastor side of the room xhere „ as llu)e of the world's largest Methodist confuslon and thfl newcomer» to church, and Dr. R. B. von Klein. Smid, president of the university. Mr. Irvine is noted for his popular lectures and widely-circulated books. He will be present during the entire conference and will speak at the banquet Saturday r. Mexico'* Wont Disaster vious reports had Indicated it was undoubtedly the worst ter in the history of Mexico, and from Tampico for a dis-of at least 70 miles, the try apparently had been flood- i'th no one able tonight to ' n|Bht onCarpenter and Some ct what loss of life and dam has been done. Educated Gentlemen.' Dr. Smith will open the formal . national railways reported of the conference Friday night 1 a I t or "If 1VK1 ne'eral trains which left here with an address titled, “If Christ 7mpl7o‘the “daV“before “the j Should^ Visit th. S. C. Campus cane swept across off the Gulf i Today.,’ not hepti heard from since Concluding the conference Sun-reached a point about JO ,“oming, Dr. von MeinSmld largest dig ln sever, years greet-from the ravaged city. It Is I wl" »'ldr"R th" conferenceites ed new friends and old as she was vreeked an(1 tl,e Ppo'l,e of Avalon at the wliisK.d about the door. Troy quickly became accustomed to the informality of the dance. As the couples glided around the floor, the Eddie Bush trio entertained in lhe style which made them famous when they were featured entertainers at the Biltmore and the Grove. From time to time, the strains of Mel Peterson’s voice mingled with some gay tune by the orchestra. Christy Kept Busy A. S. Vice-President Christy Fox, the woman responsible for the Interior and proceeded to the presidential palace to give himself up. The leader of last week's abortive uprising disclaimed any thought of rising up against tbe regime headed by President Ra mon Grau San Martin. He was greeted cordially by officials, who apparently were willing to accept his explanation of his activities In the Moron district east of Havaua last week. Confer* With President Town, Gown To Begin Season’s Social Affairs President von Kleinsmid Will Give Address at Tea, October IE Opening Reception Will Be Field at Residence Of Trojan Head Fall social, philanthropic, snd cultural activities, of th* Town and Gown club, will be opened this sea-i son at a reception to be held on j Wednesday afternoon at th. residence of the president, Mrs. Rufus j B. von KlelnSmld, 10 Chester place. [ Among those present at this «o-riai function will be officers of the club; assisting Mrs. von KlelnSmld wlll be the vice-president, j Mesdames Bertram E. Green. AUI-I son Gaw. Henry M. Wills. Henry M. Niese, Francia D. Blakeslee, j Malcolmn Bissell, Henry W. Bruce, | William E. Esslck, Allen E. Sedg-_ _ wick, Clifford Wright, William G. Tryouts for Positions in Hale, Charles D. Wagner, Emery E. ganization Schedu For 3 p.m. Today Male Chorus Trials Slated Organization Scheduled Olson' Ge0‘*ln» achermerhorn. Lucian T. Russell, and Misses Bertlan The male chorus, university organization open to all students, will begin tryouts today at 3 p.m., at the musical organization's build A. Rose and Henry. Wallace Mr Lauren Ring Lardner, Humorist, Dies at Home EAST HAMPTON. L. 1.. Sept. 25—<U.E>—Ring Lardner, one of America’s foremost author., died today at hi. home here at 11:45 p.m. today. Death was due to heart trouble, physicians said. Lardner had been In poor healfh for many months, and was confined to his bed for several weeks. He was 48 years old. He was best known for his humorous basebsll stories, the most famous of them being "Elmer the Great.' Tau Delta Phi Leads Houses In Scholarship Fraternity Gets Award With 1.564 Average; Tops Pledge List Sigma Tau Takes Second Beta Kappa Third; Cup Will Be Given I.eadlng the list of fruternttie* for scholarship during the second 1 semester, 1931-38. Is Tau Delta Phi j with an average of 1.564 for th© six active members. Tat) Delta Ph1 also lops the list of pledges with | Its single neophyte making a 1.500 ' average. At an assembly to be held In Bovard Friday morning the sOholar-1 |*blp cup will be presented to the Ace Flyer Trims Mark by fraternity aud to the sorority mer 14 Minutes; Abandons |‘.tln* ,op honor." In Mhoiastjc Turner Breaks Flight Record Hoitesae* Named Plans To Return NEW YORK, Sept. 25, — (UE)— Colonel Roscoe Turner, one of America » foremost speed flier., clipped almost 14 minutes off the transcontinental air record today by flying from California to New York tn 10 hours. 5 minute* and 30 seconds. landing hi. black and gold low deavor for the entire school year of 1931-1933, it wa. announced by Theron Clark, regi.trar. Sigma Tau Second Second to Tau Delta Plit is Sigma Tau with 7.431. and Beta Kapiw third with 1.413. Close behind them are Gamma Epsilon with 1.110. Sigma Phi Epsilon with 1.367 and Phi Kappa Tau with 1.361. ...» ........... i, 1.1,iha- Presiding over the buffet will be tog.,,8”35“we.r87th7lwe,,7nderthe Mesdames John M. Rugg. Freder- 1 wing monoplane at Floyd Bennett instruction of J. Arthur Lewis, lok T. Woodman, Leaf). Sloan Or- field at 11:43 a.m., Colonel Tur- Other tryout dates are Sept 28 Nicholas E. Rice, Jerrold F. ner announced Immediately that and 29, at the same hours., All ap "’niton. Harvey Adams, because of adverse westher condl- plicant* are rrqueM*»d to bring Stephan A. V | tlons, he had abandoned his plan ; j <j|Kma Phi In addition io the Tau Delta Phl pledges live other houses have a of higher than 1.000. They are Tau Epsilon Thi with 1.419. Phl Kappa Psi with 1.29*. Sigma Alpha Epsilon wi'li some piece of music for their vra- Fr'><1 R- Keeler, Ralph Wmer- fly bark to Burbank, Calif., to trial, I son Fllchcr, Fred H. Coizens, j day Musical numbers by Helen Tan- Bias conferred with President This jear, as usual, the combined ■ nenhaum. violinist, and solos by ^#|d j,y James H. Halxlip of St Grau and Colonel Gulgnoclo Bat- men’s, women's glee clubs with the ista, erstwhile sergeant-leader in orchestra, will render Dubois’. 4 that they were g the storm. 'ident Abelardo Rodriguez Continued on page four) Congregational church. ad Regulations,’ aution Librarians Positions Open In Ball, Chain, Athletic Group Patrons and patronesses which included Dean Mary Sinclair Crawford, Dr. Francis Bacon, Mrs. Pearle Aikin-Smith, Dr. Arthur Tieje, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Eddy, were seen about the room. As the dance closed, streams of students poured out the front door of the building and ; way to cars, ready to take them back to fra-sopho- I ternity and sorority houses, dates, According to a statement of Mr. 1 Charles A. Parmelee, John V. Bar-Lewis, there Is a large season row’ and Sydney A. Temple, ahead for all the musical groups. I I1 Marie Schavno\a, Grand Tivin and Marvin Robert, boy soprano, com tho enlisted men's revolt, and | -seven Last Words." This Is a‘ l’'«>^ lh" program, the three later posed for news traditional affair on the campus paper photographers on tbe pal- during the flrst of the Easter week, ace balcony. They chatted cor- Other plans, not yet romt>leted, dially. ^ I include high school assemblies, the Bertram E. Green, program chair "1 am a lover of liberty." Cap- | anDual Christmas traveling tour of man for the year 1938-1934 of tbe tain Bias told the United Press, the city, and such Interesting fea- Town and Oown rlub. Is a tea to "and I never would rise »P j ture.. " he held on October IS. follow ed by against a government in the j -phe ro-organiaiatlon, women’s an addre.s by President von Kleln-hands of Cubans, as this govern- i10)d |tR flr.t tryout yes- Smid, who recently returned from ment Is. I w-ould rise up against ,eida). and several talented appll-anybody of the type of Machado, CAnt(, were .CP((pted. Additional but I believe he was unique anu aU(1|tion. will be held on Wednes-that nobody will ever appear dav and Friday of thi. week, at tbe again who is that bad. | garae hour_ Crowd* Caus« Troubl. | The mixed chorus open to all In-"The trouble is that wiierever terested students, and required of KUrope mas th. United State. Em I go inevitably a crowd gathers, the men's and women's glee clubs. i>a(t(,y located in Berlin, Germany, About 300 did that last week and w-m meet this year on Friday from wi1Pre they were guests of honor The noted .peed pilot made two refueling slaps at Wichita and In dlanapolls. He lowered the record Epsilon Epsilon with with T*a Announced Included in the plans of Mr.. a two months tour of Europe, on "World In the Making or World In Chaos?” Among the many places of Interest visited by the von KieinSmlds on their extended travels through 1.105, and Gamma 1.093. Aetiv. List* The remalnde- of the list of fraternities with their scholarship Louts. ! Ka"ppa,*"1.300; ciTu’ l'.J77* to the Atlantic tn August of 19S2 In 10 hour, and 19 minutes. By bis Turner now and Weat-to-East trans-continental speed records. He flew from New York to the West coast Iasi July 1 ln 11 hours and 30 minutes. Turner’* face wa* streaked with oil and soot as he climbed from hts ship, but h* appeared unaffected physically by the flight. Phl Kappa Psi. 1.233; Siema Nil, Jr. iu. • I 1.232: Zeta Beta Tau, 1.205; Delta * to Wes iChl’ UM; TttU Kr>"n°n ph«. 1 090; >w holds both East- owes ................................1.072; Delta Sigma Phl 1.013%! Kappa Alpha, 1.012; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, .9R8; Theta Ps!. .939; and Phl Beta Delta. .768. The rest of the pledge list is as follows: Sigma Nu. .997; Delta chi, 987. Phl Beta Delta, .982; Theta Psi, .964: Phi Sigma Kappa, .954; Kappa Sigma. .931; Beta Kappa, .919; Sigma Chi, .896; Delta Sigma Pbl. .866; Phl Kappa Tau. .825; TT5 1 « I KaPP» Alpha, .7*3; Sigma Tau, O DC JLSSUeCl .752; Alpha Epsilon Pi, .653; Zeta j Beta Tau, .661; and Pi Kappa AI- World Affairs’ The October number of "World \ -®1 with the difficulties of oommnn 4:15toB:30. This organization has at an elaborate banquet. Mr. von Affair. Interpreter,” published by New, Old Students Will Be Welcomed At ‘Y’ Open House Incoming freshman and mote men interested in becoming j or studies, and the 1933-34 social nouncing a new schedule and members of Ball and Chain, hon i season at S. C. had begun. up of rules for the university orary sports managers’ fraternity, --- ry. Christine Dick, acting II- are asked to see either the senior u, urges all students using managers of the sport in which acillties of the library to read they are interested or Bernie regulations printed on the j Hirschfield in the oflice of the dl-jing slips before signing their rector of athletics. There are >* to the slip. openings for positions as managers | - rarv hours will be from 7:50 of the 8pr|ng and minor sports. Open house for both old kin the morning until 10 at Requirements for membership In new studeuts of the campu* wlll o”"r‘" during the week, from Mon the organization Include being a be held at the Y.W C.A. house ‘0 Friday. On Saturdays the junlo, manager of any sport. New Thursday evening from 7:30 to 10 ry will open at Ihe usual time, me,nbers will be chosen from the ! o'clock. Invitations have been ex-ill close at 5 o'clock In the present group of managers at a tended to members of the faculty. meeting of the organization lo be 'bus giving students an opportun-Hr. that are in the general hpid in the near future. | ity to become better acquainted tions may be taken from the The pi.(mary purpose of the Ball with the faculty, for a period of fourteen an(1 chain is to aid Injured ath | There will be musical entertain- ications added to the fact that | extended plans for the year, none of us seems interested In telling the real truth but Instead convey the impression which most interests us, tbe wrong news gets out. "I want everybody to get behind the government and help support It for a long time. I shall stay In Havana a few days and then return to Moron to visit my family." Bias added that if a government Job were offered him he anfl J would accept. He said he had no Applications Open For Annual Staff KlelnSmld also held an extensive the I<os Angeles University of In | _ . _ Interview with President von Hin ternational Relations, with Dr. R llpon IC SnaqupP denherg of Germany, and on bis : B. von KlelnSmld as editorial dlrec- . return trip to the United State, i tor, will be available on Oct. 1, It paid a visit to the former Kaiser | wa. announced yesterday, of Germany, Wilbelra II, at Doom, Among the featurea of thla Issue Holland. »hile macazineH and theses |Pte9i although Ihe fraternity has a ment and refreshments at the re e kept for seven day*. Books soc|a| aspect as well. Plans have ceptlon, arrangements for which Approve Proposal In Imperial Valley Applications for position. on tho staff the 1934 edition of the El Rodeo, campus yearbook, must be In the office of the editor, Dale Hilton, 221 Student Union, before Wednesday, It was announced ye* terday, Advertising Talk Will Be Given by j will be a page from the Chancel I ior'. Study by Dr. von KlelnSmid. Article. In the number Include Will Durant on “Russia"; J. Eu-i .... «« "Moral Dlsarma- their applications at once, as the , new *laff will be announced ln Irrigation Project the Daily Trojan nn Friday. Work _ .on the 1934 edition will begin WASHINGTON, Sept. 25—(l'.P)— next Monday. The special board appointed by Gibbon-Alien, El Rodeo photo-hlph ! public works administrator Ickes 1 graphers, will begin taking gene Harley on Ul ment”; Dean Lester Burton Rogera Professor Holme lof the School of Education on "A ----Forward Outlook In Education"; Mrs. Ada C. Holme, professor of I Kn|ght pun|ap of Johns Hopkins merchandising In the College of ; UilttwHf on "Human Desires and Students Interested 1n working Commerce and Business Admluls- j intern.tlonaI Relation*.' on Ihe staff as an extra curricu- .tratlon, is to speak on commercial Inr activity are urged to make art and ad\ertlsing before the Advertising club for Junior girls, On Wednesday evening, Sept. 27. at 6:30 p.m.. at the College Inn. 2306 South Figueroa street. Mra. C. W. Harding will preside. Mr*. Holme is a member of the At Bar Banquet “Economic Trends” was the subject of a speech delivered by Dean Rtid L. McClung. of the College of Commerce and Busi-neas Admlnls'ratlon, at the California State Bar banquet held at Del Monte on Friday evening, September 22. “In the United States It appesra to be the supreme ambition of and Junior, and Junior and senior hostesses and will arrange for the tjon water for the Imperial valley managers. receiving line. J 0j California has approved a modi- . | . 1 r... ,m nn '• • ----- -------«---• -----— --- li iJ11V. nui np ■miiimm... .w. •—-- „ — r---. -- -—--*— ------ ^ . " ,nn reserve collection been formulated to have sports are being made by Phyllis Otto l0 gludy the Ail American canal polntments for pictures of mem used overnight If they are i con,ests between the sophomore Jane Reynolds heads the list of | moject which w ill provide Irriga ber* of aorlal sororities and frat one hour before closing ■ — -------- *- *■--'* * ..... -■ ----- ----*- -■ These last books are due o 11 o w I n g morning before as all of the books are to ctr-* under definite rulea and tlons. order to aid the students us- * books, a directory of the J® has been placed in the * nn lhe flrst floor of the 11- building. Seventh Philosophy Forum Lecture Titles Announced “Great Personalities in European Philosophy" has been chosen as tbe general subject for the seventh semiannual Philosophy forum given by the School of Phil osophy, which wlll begin Tuesday afternoon, October 3, and will continue e\eiy Tuesday during he semester, according to Dr ence,” will be the subject of the fifth address to be given by II. Jeffery Smith. The topics for the remaining lectures are “Bruno, Dreamer in Infinite Spaces'1 by Edwin Dlller Starbuck; "Dunie. Advocate of Democracy" by Dr. Flewelling; "Schopenhauer, the Pessimist" by * McCorkle To Facuity Group the election of Miss Julia „ "'torkle, of the English t “'“ht. to the presidency, the Hailph Flewelling. director of the'.Mr. Fuller! "More, the Utopian,' , director* of the Faculty school. ' •>>’ Herbert L. Searles; "Pascal, o * Club held It, flrst iunrh- . The flrst lecture will be on the Mystic” by Geraldine Carr; ^,IDK Friday at the Wo "Heracliture, Prophet of Change'' j "Spinoza, the God intoxicated" by Kesidenre Hall. and will be given by Paul H. Hei- ;john Elof Boodin; "Bayle, the ' Cloyde Dalt.ll, of the sel. ln response to numerous re Skeptic" by Mr. Searles; “Leon •of Speech, lg the new vice- quests all lectures will be repeat ardo da Vlucl, Forerunner of a em of tlle Stoup, While Miss ed on Tburday evening* at 8:00 Civilization” by Hartley B Alex-« Alderman, of the School ' p. m. ui' secr*tary-treasurer for “Socrates, Teacher of Teachers' ng year. Committee heads ! wIII be tbe subjeit of Wilbur l> nclude Miss Cloyde Dal- Long on October IU, and the eve Program chairman; Mis* ning of October 12, B. A. Q. Ful fled form of Uie proposal, lt was reported reliably tonight. The project as approved by the board calls for expenditure of |26,-000,000. Tbe plan as submitted to the public works administration by California engineers called for the expenditure of 000,000 aud would have extended the canal to the Coachella valley. The public works engineer* ellm Other article* and their authors j every young American to make are: Lt. Cmdr. Stewart F. Bryant j a million dollars or to marry a on “The Mandat. Islands of j fortune," stated Dean McClung. Japan"; T. Walter \Vallbank on "We encouraged over production. “The Crisis in India” I over-speculatlon, overinvestment, --------------over-expan*lon, and thi. spirit in- Wtter Loan Grant.d vaded practically every Held of PHOENIX, Arl*.. Sept. 26.—<1 .Pi |ilunJan endeavor. Then came tbe Womens Personnel club of Los!—Private dispatches today said | aftermath of our orgy of revelrou* Angeles, and has had extensive ■ approval of the Verde Irrigation living. experience In training young peo-| and power district * application | "The whole financial structure ernltles during the flr.t week of pie In fields of retailing mer- for a $19,500,000 loan would be|0j vaunted America waa on tbe October, at their new office, lo- ; chandlaing and advertising n New j announced Wednesday ^by the|VPP(t* of collapse.” Deau McClung concluded hi* speech by saying, "I have sufficient faith In the constructive intelligence of the great American people that we shall not adopt a system which is Incompatible with a res.onable amount of social, economic and personal freedom” The banquet wa* attended by 400 people, all members of th* California State Bar association. cated at 3522 University avenue. Junior college students aa well as others are urged to try for positions on the staff. Alpha Eta Rho To Open Season With Luncheon Meeting Y’ork. Chicago and Ix>* Angeles. 1 public work* admlnl*tratton. Law Library Ends Work Cataloguing All Volumes Culminating a three year taak, i varying dependent upon gifts of | comes the announcement from the : many generous donor* and tb* ap-The new season of Alpha Eta library of the school of law that j proprlation* of the school. The inated the 130-mile canal to the | Rho, national aviation fraternity, a complete catalogue and croas | total Increase in those year. Coachella valley because It would °Pcn today with a luncheon i reference of the 42,170 volumes has been 24,145 volume*, bringing bring new land under cultivation, meeting in Student Union 442. has been made and la now ready the number from 18.665 n 1927 to which Is against the policy of the "Al1 members who expect to be (for th. use of the student*. [it* present proportion*, more than Jllke Selected IO interior department with present!*ctlve ,hu J,*‘ar are to be I This work was begun In 42,000 volume., now all "ade- agi (cultural over production , ent," staled Jim Guthrie, president the fall of 192y and through the qu.tely catalogued and cros* ref- Dr. Leonard Offers j of the organization. “Plans are j conscientious zeal of the Itbrar- \ erenced, readily available for re- n>l r mlll io be formulated for the coining ' i.a .nd her assistant* has been *earch,” to quote librarian's ^ ler'^Unlvers Head Fraternity Hairy Hllke, assistant comptrol- urmelster of the library uwee chairman; and Miss inn !.npon' of lhe Physical •n receptlou tel|? Wiil me,t Friday * W omen’. Residence ler will deliver an address ou "Marcus Aurellu*. Kmperor-Pliil-osopher,” the following Tuesday afternoon and Thursday evening. Director Flewelling will talk on “Abelard. Father of Universities," for the fourth lecture. “Roger Bacon. Father of Modern Sci- I ler, univer.lty of Southern Cali year, and programs ate to be oul- „„ .iOUK with the regular ministration report. fornia. assume, th. post thi. fall _ lined." I work of the llbr.ry until the for- Seversl volume, bsve been ro- lf d |dent o( Alphll Kap. Investment Coursee "Oue.t. are not to be invlt.d ,n„r', completion this .ummer, cently written by member, of national professional com- __'o this luncheon," Mr. Guthrie The Southern California law lib- the faculty, and these, It 1* hoped fralernity a* a re*ult of Understanding of corporation stated, “but only active* and ,,,-y i, the fourth largest unlver*- will soon be among the other 1 # #UcUon jhe national con-ander; “Rousseau, Creator of Edu-'flnance is neccesary to tompre pledge* This 1* the tlr*t gath ny l.w library on th* we.t coast valunl>le .dltlon* available, i ntlon of th(, fra,ernity recently rational Theory” by Dr. St a i hi-nd the many thing* that hive of the year under the new and contain* Much avalUbl* re* Araoug other* of the gioup are. ^ chjcag0 Nietsche, und the Twi happened and are happening lo officers, so full cooperation 1* ae.rch material as the newly ac- "Law of the Press, a re-editlou corporations in the United States urged.” iquired complete set of briefs filed of Dean Haie'i former edition In Mr. Silke I* a graduate of B.C., today,” declared Dr. J. L. Leonard - - -----— lin the California superior court i collaboration with Prof. Dan Ben .and is president of the ex-pres- professorof the department of; SM*. Ta« R*o..pt* snd the district court of appeal* »ou of the school of journalism; a ident.' club, having served asi a of PHOENIX, An... Sept 2S.-i P* from 1»06 to tbe present. jC.ebook on "Code Heading, by univer.lty student body president Prediction tha. the state would I Competing the volume aite rrf Pr-.f Stanley Howell of ibe tat. exactly ten year, ago ^dtlri** tk* Ing a cc/ur.e ln corporation fin ; be collecting $125,000 monlhly hy ' the library at present with that faculty and Prof. Arthur M. (ath aredemlc year 1923-19J4. He IS a ance upon the opening ot the fall l.ecembe, from the state .ale, ta, of .ix ye.rs ago. when th* phen cri of Ihe Stanford Law school; member of Kappa Alpha soclsl of University College, was made today by Thad Moore, j omenal growth began, records 'law of Community Property. member of Ihe state tax romtnia- i .how that th. average lncr*a»e wiltien by Prof. William E. Bui- buck; aud light of the Gods' by Mr. Long. Admission is free to atudents, but tickets must be secured from tbe School of Philosophy. The lectures will be given in Bowne room in Mudd Memorial Hall. They may be uaed for one unit of credit if the student signs up for the Forum and takes part ln tbe discussions att.r the lecturM. economics at the University | Southern California, in announc- quarter downtown evening division of U. sa i .ion. ba* beeu about 4,»0O book* a yeat b). also of th* law facultv fraternity, of Drtta Sigma PI. houorai) commerce group, and of Skull and Dagger.
|Title||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 25, No. 3, September 26, 1933|
|Description||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 25, No. 3, September 26, 1933.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
United Prew World Wide New* Service SOUTHERN DAILY CALIFORNIA TROJAN Phone RI 4111 Editor, Sta. 227 Mgr., St*. 226 Los Angeles, California, Tuesday, September 26, 1933 No. 3 icane Hits ampico; 5000 ead, Injured ’can Oil Port Almost Leveled by 125-Mile Gale and Flood ident Rodriguez Asks Funds To Organize Immediate Aid EXICO CITY. Sept. 26. —