Summer News, Vol. 2, No. 14, July 25, 1947
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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Summer News p<L 0—Night RIS47I Friday. July 25. 1947 <0* 72 NO. 14 ■BCi WCILON ATOMIC IMPLICATIONS iMMIr MUM ll M 1 1 i . « --------- « el ^..^r-i h.<j VK-.wa depicted above repre sent Use conceptions of two artists con ling what might happen to Los Angeles and the surrounding area ii an atomic lb were ever dropped here. In the center oi the picture is Jill Heard. SC stu-lent, one of the Cal members who have manned the booth, part of the World Inventor's Exposition, located for the last eight days at the Pan-Pacilic auditorium. hrongs see CAI show “It is estimated that 150,000 residents of Los Angeles and its environs have seen exhibit presented by the Council on At omic Implications at the Pan-Pacific audi-um during the last eight days,” announced Richard Purviance, law student, today. “The CAI has had resounding response from its appeal for public support, and lany persons have volunteered to help with the council,** he continued. Fortner Disney Artists ie exhibit consists of flat oil intings by Edward Leavitt and lymond Jacobs, former Disney iio artist* who were at Alraa- io when the first atomic bomb ploded. The inventor’s congress 111 close Sunday evening and the Lintings will not be shown in !>s Angeles again. iJacobs and Leavitt are now rking on a movie for the pur-e of educating the public about possibility of atomic wvr; and e devoted a great deal of time xd effort to the public cause. First View The movie, entitled ‘ Where Will i Hide?” will be produced by Bradford Shank, nuclear phy-Icist. Shank states that members the CAI will be the first to soe ie film on its release Sept. 1. The lovie will be shown in theaters all irer the U. S. Tlie film, “One World or None" still showing at the Coca-Cola xnpany. G. W. Snider, public regions representative for Coca-Cola, agreed to put it on for the CAI and has expressed a desire to |bow the same film at a meeting the oompany’s top managers. Other Attractions B. J. Showers, law student at the Jniversity, was responsible for getting up the booth at the exhibi-iou. He is quoted as saying that ie film was extremely worthwhile. ‘I was also especially interested u seeing Lhe Connor Agency models and the Tucker car,” he said. Previous lilms shown by the ncii included “Tale of Two documentary on the destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and “Seeds of Destiny.” w hich concerns the effects of the war on uropean children. Both movies [Were sent to SC by the war department, and were run off in Bnjge hall. The Coca-Oola Bottling company came to the rescue of the council HIM tune ago, when members found that the space alloted them I si tlis exposition was insufficient. I The United States navy, too, offered to share its booth with the I hard-pressed CAL Explosion to herald dancer’s space guest An air of gay informality will prevail tonight when Aeneas hall stages its “Flying Disc” dance in its Palm C’-ove patio. Dolores Peterson, beauteous songstress of 1946 Varsity Show fame, is featured vocalist. The disc dance, a sequel to Sum- ,-— Drama mentor added to staff mertime Swing, the hall’s first effort in a social expansion program, is designed to surpass all other outdoor digs, says Marvin “Bud” Brooks, chairman of tonight’s out-in-the-open affair. Adding a stellar touch to the gala gathering will be Scotty (Hd. not*—t ur oilier PiiKVtt » und 1.1 va of IlruM DOLORES PETERSON . . . ‘discould' be better? Beckett, movie youngster who reached stardom in “The Jolson Story.” Beckett played Jolson as a boy in the picture and tonight will serve as judge for the jitterbug and rumba dance contests. He will also award the prizes, donated by Phelps Terkel and Sii-verwoods, to the winning Jitterbugs. The theme prevailing throughout the preparation* for tonight’s dig, flying discs and saucers, will be brought Into sharp focus at 11 when a Martian flying disc pilot crashes on the roof amid explo-ffuw.a mii whirring of Jet anginas The appointment of Reginald Lawrence, American playwright of note, to the post of assistant professor of drama at SC was announced yesterday by William deMille, head of drama department. Professor Lawrence will conduct courses in playwriting, acting, and analysis of drama when he assumes his duties in September. Graduated from Princeton university in 1921, and a member of Pin Beta Kappa, Professor Lawrence spent 20 years on Broadway as playwright and play doctor. He was director of the Harvard university dramatic club in the hey-dey of that organization in the 1920's when it was being used as a tryout center by the Theater Guild. Many of Professor Lawrence’s plays were produced in collaboration with other notable playwrights. ‘‘Hervey House,” written in association with Jane Cowl, was produced in London with Fuy Compton and Gertrude Lawrence in leading roles. “Men Must Fight," a hit on Broadway in 1932 starring Douglas Montgomery, Janet Beecher, and Erin O'Brien Moore, was the result of the artistic teaming of Professor Lawrence with S. K. Lauren. These successes were followed by “If This Be Treason,** s war is not inevitable story; ‘Feathers in a Gale,” and "Dream ot Fair Women"; produced by the Theater Guild tiwt lionUmteS mi l*l«« Four) Fall sign-up gives extra week off An extra week of vacation can be enjoyed by summer students due to the pre-registration system beginning Monday. This will make It unnecessary for them to rush back early in September to enroll for the fall semester. The system will also give former students first choice of limited sections. Only those who were regularly enrolled during the spring semester of 1947 and who hold registration permits Issued by the Office of the Registrar may pre-enroll. About 7,000 students are expected to appear for pre-registration. Classrooms will continue to be filled this fall, al ti’ey were In the spring semester, since enrollment will again reach 15,000, according to Howard W. Patmore, registrar. The university will be able to admit about 4,000 new entrants but will have to refuse -- Deep sea fish trip set again Planning to dope up with plenty of suntan oil and hide behind dark glasses, deep sea fishermen under the direction of Jack Reinhard are preparing to leave early tomorrow morning on their scheduled fishing trip. acceptance to several thousand aspirants. Fall enrollees will still have the opportunity to enter limited sections since new sections will be created In September to replace those filled next week. Students registered in the spring semester 1947 as graduates, seniors, or juniors: P-S, Monday. July 28; T-Z. Tuesday, July 29; A-E, Wednes- 31; I-O. Friday, Aug. 1; any letter, Saturday, Aug. 2 (morning only). Students registered in the spring semester 1947 as sophomores, freshmen, or Junior college: P-S, Monday, Aug. 4; T-Z, Tuesday. Aug. 5; A-E. Wednesday, Aug. 6; F-H, Thursday, Aug. 7; I-O. Friday, Aug. 8; any letter, Saturday, Aug. t (morning only). STATION 1. Registration permits and materials, Owens hall annex, door A. Students must retain the registration permit received at this station throughout the registration prooedure. STATION 2. Health examination. (Not open during pre-registration.) STATION 3. Office of adviser. The signature of an adviser on card 2 of registration book No. 2 is required. STATION 4. Limited sqption cards, rear court, Owens hall. If your program does not call for limited sections omit the station. Reservations will not be valid unless cards have been properly stamped at this station. STATION 5. Verification of registration, rear court, Owens hall. Verification clerks will check all registration forms. STATION 6. Assignment of fees, rear court, Owens hall. STATION 7. (Veterans only.) Owens hall annex, second floor. All veterans receiving state or federal government benefits must report to this station but will omit station 8. STATION 9. (Non-veterans.) Payment of fees, 102 Owens hall. Pay fees before noon Aug. 9 or during registration days beginning Sept. 9. Trovet splash goes tonight Come on in, girls, tne water’s fine—and free, announces the Trovets. Free for girls, provided they bring their own bathing suits. Is the Trovet swim party scheduled lor tonight from 8:30 to 11:30 at Lhe Pickwick pool, 1001 Riverside drive, Burbank. The' agenda includes not only swimming for tlie evening’s entertainment but provides for refreshments and the awarding of a number of prizes. Prizes consist of auto mirrors, cigaret lighters, flashlights and Polaroid sunglasses. Girls are asked to bring their own swim suits but will be provided with lockers. Tickets for the males may be obtained for $1 in the Trovet office In the Student lounge, third floor Student Union, from 8:90 to 11 JO am r ent’s long-planned deep sea fishing trip will take place tomorrow morning led by Jack Reinhard who is in charge of the group. He cautions those who are going to wear warm clothing. Leaving from the Monstad pier at Redondo at 7:45 a.m., the group will fish until noon when the boat will return to port. Cost will be $2.80 plus a small fee for pole and tackle if the fishermen do not have their own. Bait will be fur* nished. Parties, trips, and entertainment of all kinds are planned for this summer by Jack Reinhard oi the physical education department. Announcements will be made in the summer news previous to the events in order for persons Interested in attending to sign up. Fall schedules ready at information office “New fall semester schedules are here and there are plenty of them,** said Dr. Carle ton Mann of the information office. “Ten thousand copies have arrived so we don’t expect to run out of them." The new schedules Include a new map of the campus, showing the location of all new buildings and a revised list of the offices. A sheet listing additions of new classes will be issued later. Registration Notice If a student Is already registered in the Summer Session (8 or 10 weeks), he may add or drop Poslscssion (4 week) courses by following a regular "change of program” procedure. Program cards taking care of the change can be obtained at the Office of the Registrar, Owens hall. If a student is adding to his program, planning to take a limited section “R Class,* he should enter Owens hall annex by Door B and make necessary reservations at the limited section desk. Veterans receiving benefits will take all change of program and class admission cards to the office of the veteran’s coordinator, 834 West 36th street. Non-veterans, or veterans not reoeiviug benefits, will take change ut program or class admission cards to the bursar’s of' flee, lie Owens hail. Fee* can be paid there. Those not registered in any summer courses at present but who plan to attend the 4-week r»lun klMwid go to Oweas hall annex, door B, on Aug. 1 er t. Kegistratiuu far Sumner Session trill be held from • to 4 aa Aug. 1 mmd from I to mam on Aug. 1.
|Title||Summer News, Vol. 2, No. 14, July 25, 1947|
|Description||Summer News, Vol. 2, No. 14, July 25, 1947.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|