Daily Trojan, Vol. 38, No. 7, September 24, 1946
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XXVIII 72 Los Angeles, Cal., Tuesday, Sept. 24, 1946 Mrht Ph«ne: RI. 5472 No. 7 ov. Warren ill Address rojan Club umni to Launch Coming Football Season ith Annual Banquet Honoring Grid Squad pening gun of the alumni hubba-hubba department for ; 1946 edition of the varsity football team will be fired t with Gov. Earl Warren a5 the principal speaker at nnual pre-season football banquet of the Los Angeles lufc. Federal Court Supports OPA Cafe Ceiling n cipating another gala foot-»ason, Trojan club members ther tonight at 6:30 in the sity club where they will talk by Governor Warren introduced to members of grid squad. CAPTAIN-ELECT of the evening's highlights * naming of the heretofore losed captain-elect for the football season. Short talks CHICAGO. Sept. 23—<r.P>—Resteam captain and by coach taurant owners lost their first le-iravath are scheduled as part cal battle against OPA price con-program. trols today as fresh meat supplies jood portion of the Trojan in butcher shops across the na-1500 members is expected to tion hit a new low and additional fcsent to help usher in the shops closed. jostwar grid year, according Federal Judge F. Ryan Duffy at | Milwaukee denied a petition of the : Wisconsin Restaurant association I for a permanent injunction to re-| strain the OPA from enforcing its I order to roll back the prices of meals containing meat to June 30 levels. "Congress has chosen t® give little jurisdiction to United States district courts in OPA matters, and the court feels that it doesn't have the Jurisdiction to act in this matter,” Duffy said. CASE DISMISSED ON LEGALITY He said he felt association attorneys had erred in naming the Milwaukee district OPA as the de-! fendant and expressed belief fed-ral local and state civic of- j pral OPA director Paul Porter will be present at the ban-lavor Fletcher Bowron, Dis- tiold Eddy, director of alumni Lies. Admission is by invita-inly, stated Mr. Eddy, stmaster for the evening will jn V. Call. Trojan trustee. Leo son, president of the club, is irge of arrangements, assist-Eddy. ATHLETES Los Angeles Trojan club ls ve SC alumni group com-f prominent businessmen of them California area. The of the club is to give mem-Trojan athletic teams the to become acquainted with >nt business leaders of the nity. ttomey Fred Howser State Her Thomas H. Kuchel. and Eugene Biscailuz are to be the diners. ;r events on the Trojan club calendar are the weekly y morning quart e r b a c k ms following SC's Saturday ncounters. nate Seat adline Set jal consideration of applicants ie of indendent represen-on the ASSC senate will take in the office of Jim Mitchell, president, from 1 to 4:30 p.m. esday. licants are asked to come pre-to present all information may be of value in consid-their selection. Appointment of the applicants to fill the | independent seat will should have been named. An association spokesman said the organization would appeal immediately. Duffy said he personally believed the restaurant owners were entitled^ to a price increase over June 30 levels but that he was forced to dismiss their case purely on legal grounds. His decision automatically, killed a temporary injunction issued last week. Officials of the National Restaurant association at Chicago said before the ruling they regarded the Milwaukee case as an important one. possibly seting a precedent for similar action throughout the country. Freshman English Classes Cancelled, Courses Combined According to Dr. H. E. Briggs, chairman of freshman English, the be folcwing freshman classes have at the senate meeUng Oct. 2. been cancelled. These classes have been combined with others. Information concerning changes may be obtained in Bridge 315. 7 MWF: la-A4. Br. 109; la-A5. Br. 209; lb-A4. Br. 302. 7 TTS: la-A6, Br. 109; lb-A5, Br. 302. Harriman Approves U.S. Role Promises Hands-Off Foreign Policy; Firm Stand Against Russia LONDON, Sept. 23— rUP)— W. Averell Harriman, in a statement accepting the post of secretary of commerce, today pledged his full support to the Truman-Bvrnes stand of a firm hand against Russia but said he would keep “hands off” American foreign policy. Harriman said the administration was “carrying on the high principles and objectives laid down by Franklin D. Roosevelt.” As one of Secretary of State James F. Byrnes' top advisers on Russia, Harriman is credited with helping shape the current foreign policy. He said it was the “road to peace.” TO CONFER WITH BYRNES He said he would confer with Byrnes tomorrow or Wednesday in Paris, work on the Romanian Peace Treaty Commission of which he is U. S. delegate, and then return to Washington. “I welcome the opportunity of joining President Truman's cabinet as secretary of commerce.’’ his statement said. “I know the department well, as I was an active member and then chairman of its business advisory committee during President Roosevelt's first two terms. KNOW EUROPE’S PROBLEMS “During the past six years, In representing Presidents Roosevelt and Truman in various missions overseas, I had an opportunity to learn first hand the grave economic problems that face the peoples of Europe and Asia. “They look to us with hops and faith for help and moral leadership. HOME ECONOMY PRIMARY “In playing our part in world reconstruction, development of a stable and expanding economy at home is of primary importance. An expanding peace time productivity in the United States, available for the needs of all our people and for export as well, is an essential and sound foundation for prosperity and happiness at home and for our ability, in cooperation with other nations, to offer a continuing helpful hand to peoples of the world. “It is an essential base for lasting peace that all peoples crave. “I fully support the foreign policy of President Truman and Secretary Byrnes, who are carrying on the high principles and objectives laid down by Franklin D. Roosevelt. There lies the road to peace.” Physical Exam Forms Ready For AAF Pilots Forms requesting appointments for physical examinations at Long Beach army air base may now be obtained in the office of the Trovets, just off the lounge in the Student Union. According to a recent announcement by Col. Joseph B. Wells, commandant of the Long Beach army air base, reservists who hold commissions in thp AAF as pilots may now fly at that base ip. their spare time. Russians Say U.S. Is Menace Gromyko Charges U. S. British Troops Are Threat to Peace UNITED NATIONS HEADQUARTERS, LAKE SUCCESS, In operation since Sept. 12. jN. Y., Sept. 23 (UP) Russia formally charged before the United Nations Security Council today that the presence of United States and British troops on foreign soil—in almost every part of the globe— posed a menace tp world peace. Soviet delegate Andrei A. Gromyko attacked the presence of American troops in China, Iceland, Brazil. Panama and other Latin American countries and the presence of British soldiers in Greece, Egvp:, Iraq and Indonesia. charged that their schedules have been worked out so that hours spent flying will not conlict with either schooling or working programs. For the time being, no limit has been set upon the number of pilots who may apply. Equipment wii! be furnished by the AAF. Future Squires Told Of Changes in Tests, Interview Schedules Quest for Hardworking Sophomores Ends at Noon Today; Examinations to Include University Traditions and Customs Last-minute changes In testing and interviewing schedules for Trojan Squires applicants were announced by John Davis, president of the men’s service honorary, who ends a quest for 40 to 50 hardworking, ambitious sophomore men at noon today. Petitions for membership may be obtained in the Trojan Knights office, 229 Student Service Clubs Provide Table For Information Chen Leaves SC Engineers To Rehabilitate To Meet Today Old University Gromyko Union, until noon. Letters stating qualifications must be turned in with all petitions today at 4 p.m. HANDBOOKS AVAILABLE Testing in SC traditions and customs from material contained in the new Student Handbook will be-in at 4 p.m. in 418 Student Union. All petitions will be turned in before the testing begins. Handbooks may be obtained in the Knights office, 229 Student Union, or in the ASSC office. Special interviewing of applicants quaint the members of the College will be conducted by Trojan Knights tomorrow at 3:15 p.m. in 305 Administration. Engineering students, both new and old. are urged by Dean Robert E. Vivian to attend a “get-acquainted" orientation assembly today at Dr. Theodore H. Chen, head of 3:15 p.m. in Bovard auditorium, the department of Asiatic Studies Purpose of the meeting is to ac-presence constituted meddling in for the pa5t eight years, was grant the internal affairs of the govern- ed a one vear leave of absence to 1 cf Engineering with the policies of ments involved, led to tension be- return to China where he will be- the college and also to present the tween governments and to world come acting-president of the Fu- . student body officers. APPLICANTS WARNED All students desiring information unrest. He asked the council to de- Kien Christian -university. Heads of the various departments “Applicants are warned not to concerning the university, its activ- termine whether their continued He will assist in rehabilitating ; wjn be on hand to give short talks miss classes in order to participate ilies and customs, will be served presence would endanger the secur- the institution which was complete- on their divisions and the profes- in either the testing or interriew-for the remainder of the week by ity 0f the world. j jy ravaged by the Japanese during >sional societies connected with mg.” Davis said. Would-be Squires Although the Soviet Union pre- ! World War II. Also, he intends to them. are asked to report immediately be- viously has attacked the presence of study present Chinese social, eco- Presidents of the professional so- ^ore or after classes scheduled dur-British troops in such countries as nomic. and political problems. cieties are requested to have tables testing and interviewing hours. Indonesia or Greece, this was the 1922, Dr. Chen graduated from outside the auditorium in order Our ranks are open to Greeks first time Russia has officially that looted Chinese^ uni\ersitj and they might dispense to any an^ non-orgs alike. Wc have open- a joint service counsel table in front of Bovard auditorium. As a feature of Orientation week, members of Amazons. Blue Key and Trojan Knights will be on hand at j contained about U. S. troop dis- later became a professor of educa- interested students information re- in*s for 40 10 50 Qualified men— the table from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. | positions. tion and psychology there. On garding the and how to men who are hardworking and am This service has been carried out j ... - coming to the United States, he it-- -* * for several years by these student I In . his indictment of Anglo- studied at Columbia university for organizations and the members are American troop dispositions. Grom- his Masters degree, and earned his wet acquainted with every phase >rk° was Particularly critical of the ph. D. at sc in re30. of campus life and are offering P^sence 0 mer.can marines in gince that time Dr. Chen has _ , , ! China where he accused the U. o. |,________„,tw. of dabbling in China's domestic their knowledge of activities to any student enrolled at the university. politics. U. S. troops were needed to disarm the defeated Japanese army, he ANSWER QUESTIONS The student counselors will answer questions as to changes of courses, future programs, where to | ^ VaTme~relyTs"creen~ obtain books, and all information (_ concerning orientation on campus. Al Reid, coordinator in charge of the service group counselors stated: “This service is a quick way for students to gain information with- , out bothering the busy faculty or j the deans’ offices. It should solve | become a widely recognized authority on education. He has written mere than a dozen articles for apply for them. “New students especially, but old ones as well are invited.” said Oakie King, president of the engineering student body. The official U. S. explanation that English and Chinese publications and also introduced new innovations in teaching the Chinese language at SC. ASSC Senate Duties, Constitution Outlined Firm in the belief that a well-informed student body is many problems and we will attempt essential to the proper functioning of student government, to reach as much of the student the j)aiiy Trojan inaugurates herewith a series of 21 articles body as will seek our aid.” i dealing with the ASSC senate, its members, and the duties, The Blue Key work list for to- powers, and qualifications incident to each. iors Offer ncil Petitions litions for appointment to the class council will continue available at the counseling in front of Bovard auditor! -d at the Amazon. Blue Key, Knight offices. alt Dobkin. junior class presi-t announced that the deadline returning the applications will p.m. Thursday. iews will begin Thursday 'g and will follow the ule in that day's Daily Tro- R°deo Requests to Appointments | students are advised to make nhoto appointments for the edition of the El Rodeo now. use of the possibility of a film appointments should be soon. * are *° ^ taken be- nf Sept, 30 at the University fcrophy shop. University avert S6th street. Fisher to Speak At Faculty Lunch day includes; 9 a.m., Neihart, Colachis, and Trejo; 10, Atchley and Fike; 11, Dobkin; 12 Fike and Reid; 1 p.m. Chaffee; 2. Konigsberg. White shirts, open collars, and arm bands will be worn by these advisors. Amazons on duty at the counsel table will be: 9 a.m., Phyllis Ruffcorn; 10, Virginia Harutunian; 11, Doris Barber; 1 p.m., Nancy Lloyd; 2, Merle Carrona. Both Knights and Amazons will wear the sweaters identified with their groups. A luncheon for University Faculty club members is scheduled for Wednesday noon in the east end of Elisabeth- von KleinSmid hall. Wig-Maker Says Few Women Bald CHICAGO. Sept. 23—(U.P>—A vet- ___. __, „ ______, ....... .. , eran wig-maker today revealed one 8 TTS; la-B7, Br. 212; lb-B6. Speaker at the affair will be Robert if ^ nation.s best.kept secrets. D. Fisher, financial vice-president Hg gaid &t ]east 500 000 w.omen are Br. 114. 9 MTWTF: ly-C2, Social hall or Adm. 154. 9 TTS: la-C5. Br. 306; la-C6. Ann. 208; la-C8. Br. 104; lb-C6, Br. 312; lb-C8. SU 323. 10 MTWTF: Jy-D2. Ann. 106. 10 TTS: Ann. 214; Er. 105. 11 TTS: la-E5, Ann. 105; la-E6. Ann. 207; la-E8. Br. 205; lb-E5. Br. 307; lb-E7. SU 323. 12 MTWTF: 1}^-F2. Br. 401. 12 MWF: la-Fll, Br. 211. 2:15 MTW’TF: ly-Hl, Br. 302. 2:15 MWF: la-H4. Br. 304; la-H5. Adm. 157; lb-H5. SU 323. 3:15 MWF: la-J4. Br. 306; la-J5. Br. 302; la-J6. Br. 303: la-J7. Adm. 157; lb-J4. Br. Ill; lb-J5. Br. 112. 4:15 MWF: la-K2, Br. 307. 5:15 MWF: la-Ml. Br. 302; lb-Ml. Br. 304. of the university, who will discuss bald and more are getting that Business Problems of the Univer- | way^ sity.” I So when you see a cute blonde , , .___. „ or red-head, be careful what you Mr. Fisher has enjoyed a long ;■ J i i say. She might be using a glam- and varied career as a business .... . ., , J ^ .. orous hair-do to cover a bald pate. » r,no no man' Hc gia Ual^ . r°m , • 1 1U Wig-maker George Henri produced la-DS. Ann. 208; la-D8. college in 1926 and began his ca- ^ statistics after 40 lb-D6, Br. 304; lb-D8. reer a.s a statistical with the Bell j ^ of hiding women<s lights un_ Telephone Co. of New York. In ; ^ bushels of artifiCial hair. 1927 Mr. Fisher returned to college TOTALLY BALD and for two years did post-graduate j < pew Df them are totally bald.” work at the University of Michigan. I sajd( “but they do need wigs. In 1931 he received his LL. B. from QUite a few wear toupees.” Western Reserve university, and I Henri said he doubted there ever from then until 1934 Mr. Fisher | WOuld be as many bald women as practiced law in Painesville, Ohio, j men because most hair-shedding For a period of three years. Mr.! among the fair sex is due to illness. Fisher was secretary of tlie largest! “stm there *re a lot of women independent iron ore mining com- not accolint'ed for, he added. It s panv in the United States, as well easier for them to cheat by ccmb- as secretary of thirty subsidiary |in^ a lon8 P1** of hair over a bald ! spot. companies. i *"rI . , His lady customers ranged from Mr. Fisher was chief financial of- three years ot age to 93. Each buys ficer at Western Reserve university an average of two wigs a year and for eight and one-half years. jail of them over 16 want glamour. In future editions, a thumbnail sketch of each incumbent will be printed, together with a brief resume of the requirements of his office as defined by the* ASSC constitution. This issue presents a general view of the senate as a whole. CONSTITUTION IS LAW Supreme law of the ASSC is the constitution, which describes the structure of student government. This constitution is in the process of revision, and announcement of its final form will be made at some future date. All government power granted under the constitution is vested in three departments, the executive, the .legislative, and the judiciary. Execution of the constitution is the responsibility of the executive department; the legislative department is charged with determining the policies of ASSC; and the investigation Health Office Warns Vets The following veterans who signed their physical examination waivers incorrectly must report to the University Health Office, P.E. 110 as soon as possible to sign new forms, if these forms were signed in pencil, or if the name was printed. the government will not accept them. Abel, B.; Allen, N. W.; Ameday, A. A.; Ames, A. S.; Anderson, A. |R.; Anderson, D. L.; Arbuckle, F. jW.; Ashley F. R.; Ashton, R. E.; Babick, J. D.; Baker, L. L.; Ballinger, T. S.; Bashford, W. L.; Berman. H. G.; Berns, E. L; Bitter-man. D. H.; Blake, W. R.; Bonser. W. D.; Borjas, L.; Boyd, H. D.; Brown. R. H.; Brunn. F. H.; Buhbe. R. A.; Bundick. G. E.; Burre, S. B.; I Burns. C. H.; Burns, K. H.: Cahn. adjudication, and dis- J.; Campbell. D. W.; Camuzzi. C. A.; Carnessale, W.; Carroll, D. fractions come within the purview R . cheeseborough, J. C.; Chick, of the judiciary department. w b.; Cholvin. R. L.; Clarke. S. P.; , SENATE LEGISLATES Coates, C. M.; Cole, D. B.; Colman. . . i r_ j ! J. K.; Cook R. H.; Cooper. T. C.; Directly concerning student body , ' , „ TT ’ ^ _ . _ ,, . . .. . . , » Copeland, K. H.; Cosby, M. B., Cor- affairs is the legislative department. * ’ ; T - orvlor ______, , bett, C. L.; Cordova, J. L.; Cramer, the ASSC senate. Student members ’ ’ 1 C 17* • Promof TP 13 Tr • Piimmnet of the senate are the president, vice-president, and secretary of the ASSC. the presidents of collegei, the four classes, AWS. and AMS, and the presidents of interfraternity council and Panhellenic coun- _ _ t ^ . , .... , . „ .. , I euson, R. D.; Files, J. E. Fine- c,l. In addition one seat ls allotted ^ ^ H M ; Fite. A. N.; Fleteher. to a representative of non-alfiliated ^ students. Campus publications, the • Foreman. IV. E.; Trojan Knights, chairmen of all • Preeman. s. H.; ASSC committees, and the depart- lfd[nan A B . R. ment of musical organizations hold Garcln, T. E.; Car- ex-officio seats carrying the prm- c j, P.; Glea- lege of debate without the right to < ’ vote. (Continued on Page Four) bitious,” the Squires president explained. QUALIFICATIONS LISTED Qualifications include completion of 28 units of college work with a minimum grade point average of 1.0. filing of a petition which must be obtained before the noon deadline. a letter stating the applicant's background and reasons he desires membership, and the satisfactory completion of a written examination on Troy traditions. Trojan Squires, closely allied with the Trojan Knights, is composed of sophomore men who reg-Hello and Smile queen contes- ulate freshman class activities, aid Hello and Smile Women Advised To Grin, Smile tants are unknowlingly undergoing the close scrutiny of the in the organization of the rooters’ section usher at assemblies and judging committee, announced perform other service functions. Jim Holmes, Chairman of the -—- Blue Key. “Perk up and smile, smirk, or grin, gals and, above all, say hello. Don’t be nervcus — but the race is on." advised Phil Burton, Blue Key president. Extremists Wreck British Oil Train Executive Counc? of the Blue Key will meet at Ihe SAE house at 7 p.m. Wednesday. JERUSALEM, Sept. 23— (UJ?) — Ma?ked extremists, apparently bent on avenging the deportation of 591 refugees to Cyprus blew up the locon’^tive and three cars of an oil train halfway between Tel Aviv and Haifa tonight, and the glare of the The queen-to-be will reign during the week of Blue Key-sponsored festivities. She , will be , awarded a large perpetual trophy !burnin? ?asoline could be seen 40 miles away. A few hours after the British tran?port Ocean Vigour cleared Haifa ran over some signal torpe-! does near the Jewish town of He-j dera. It stopped, and the engineer and ■ conductor got out to investigate. Extremists with masked faces and I carrying tommyguns ran out of the woods. The engineer ordered every person on the train to get off. The extremists quickly planted explosives under the locomotive and three cars and blew them off the tracks. No one was injured, hut traffic on the line between Haifa and central engraved with - her name. The four chosen attendants will be presented similar, but smaller, trophies. The members of Blue Key will select 16 finalists from the estimated 90 aspirants. From among those that the Blue Key members have not eliminated, the queen and her four attendants will be chosen. The final choice rests with the students, who, Monday and Tuesday, vote for their choice. Last year's queen, Charlene Hardey, was a non-affiliated ! freshman. She was elected queen of the New Mexico Military in- because of the broken rails. ciplining of cases involving rules in- 1 S. E.; Cramer, F. B. Jr.; Cummock, R. M.; Cypher, H. T. Jr.; Daher, J. H.; Delay. B.; Devine. C. L.; Dicus. G. W.; Donker R. E.; Dorris," M. C.; Dunn, J. C. Jr.; Dzitzer. M.; Evans, V. N.; Fa.sola$, J. E.; Fur- stitute while still a senior of j Palestine and Etevpt was stopped Brawley Union High school. Disproving the saying “beautiful but dumb.” Miss Hardey has an enviable scholastic record. Her interest is radio drama. Forum to Hear SC Men This evening at 9:30 three SC professors will participate in the radio forum. “The American Way,” over station KFI. Dr. R. B. Pettin-gill. of the department of economics, and Dr. C. C. Rodee and Mr. Alonzo Baker, of the political science department. will take part along with Dr. Sanford Goldner, research director of the California C.I.O., and Mr. Alvin Hewett, head of the California Manufacturers Association. The topic will be “Why Shortages in a Land of Plenty?” Baker is the regular arranger of this weekly radio feature. LAS Prepares Big Orientation Assembly Dr. Frank C. Baxter, professor of English, as keynote speaker; Mr. Paul Hadley, lecturer In International relations, as adviser in LAS requirements; and the Johnny Greer quartet as the entertainment medium — these ar® the attractions that will highlight the College of Letters, Arts, and Science’s Orientation and Get-together assembly Thursday noon in Bovard auditorium. The program, under the general direction of LAS President Carl Gebhardt, is aimed particularly at new students and transfers entered in the College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences.
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 38, No. 7, September 24, 1946|
Los Angeles, Cal., Tuesday, Sept. 24, 1946
ov. Warren ill Address rojan Club
umni to Launch Coming Football Season ith Annual Banquet Honoring Grid Squad
pening gun of the alumni hubba-hubba department for ; 1946 edition of the varsity football team will be fired t with Gov. Earl Warren a5 the principal speaker at nnual pre-season football banquet of the Los Angeles lufc.
Federal Court Supports OPA Cafe Ceiling
cipating another gala foot-»ason, Trojan club members ther tonight at 6:30 in the sity club where they will talk by Governor Warren introduced to members of grid squad.
CAPTAIN-ELECT of the evening's highlights * naming of the heretofore losed captain-elect for the football season. Short talks CHICAGO. Sept. 23—|