SUMMER TROJAN, Vol. 11, No. 3, June 29, 1961
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SoutJ^©fr» Oali^cyWai SUMMER m TROJAN VOI. XI LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 29. 1961 NO 3 Jgy Iz ï.,1 MR. INFORMATION — Or. Carlton H. AAann, surrounded by his favorite subjects — flowers and students — offers aid and advice to a guest. The Information Office head will retire tomorrow after working at (JSC for 31 years. Mister Information Will Retire at 75 B.v HAL DRAKE Summer Trojan Editor E>r Carleton H. Mann, the university’s “Mr. Information,” will retire tomorrow after 31 years at USC. Poet to Demonstrate Eliots Dictatorship Poet-ei it ic Del more Schwartz 'America’s foremost poets. Ls cur- ha^ chang’d h- judgment is * will present his view on 1'. S. rently a visiting lecturer in the lietaror or literary style. Eliot's “Literary Dictatorship" English department. -|n 11+47 there were two dic- during tlve first 01 two lectures Schwartz's talk on Eliot iva, rr,f,,, ^ e«ml<i he referred today at 2:13 in r'H 133»- originally composed as a lecture 7 ^ Elio* Schwartz *>\- Schwartz. wh<»se receipt of for one of his classes at Colum- nlain»-i “Now w.* have at least the Bolingen Pii/.e in Poetry in bia University in 1947. Since rhree. Eliot ha- developed m l 1959 ranked him one of that time. Schwartz sai<l. Eliot |las revise»l and reprinted his old essa\ -- in h w ax to say that I TH I _I h new peri.>1 in hi> dictiilorship UbC I rustee Board The conclusion of bi> 1947 Choose New Member lished in Partisan Review when Eliot won the Nobel Prize ao.1 Michael C. Biitikrant. a form- Others holding positions 011 reprinted in “Literary Opinion er Detroit attorney who has the board are John Cornell. Fred of America.' was rha' literary been active in ci‘i< and com- D. Fags: Jr.. H. Leslie Hoffman, dictatorships are not entirely munity affaiis since moving to Willard W. Keith, Harold C. lesirable." IjOs Angeles in 1947. has been Morton. Harold Quinton. Henry Schwartz's second lecture «ill elected to the board of trustees. | Salv atot i. Mrs. Frank FogeV be a discttssion of "Ernest Hem- Seaver. Reese H. Taylor. Frank- ingway and the American lin S. Wade and FI. Russell Dream.’’ It will he held next Thursday in 133 FH. it w'as announced recently. Birnkrant earned a bacheloi of law degree from Detroi* Col- Werdin lege of Law' in 1921. and w.ts admitted to the Bar in Michigan and Illinois. He and two brothers established the law firm of Birnkrant, Birnkrant and Birnkrant in* Detroit and later *ere joined by five other brothers making a total o( eight lawyer* brothers in the same firm The new trustee retired from Cinema Soiree Will Present Soviet Classic Dr. Mann, wlio lias been head of the information office active practice of law- in 1945 to iou the past decade, celebrated his 75th birthday on' devote mote time to hi> oersonal ^ Wednesday. URA to Lead Student Visit To A display of the poet's works including "Genesis. Book I'* and ‘Vaudeville for a Princess’* are currently on display in Doheny Libi arv. Critics have hailed Schwartz as an author of “pseudo-ingenious dead pan. a parody . that the master pai odist. Joyce himself. might have envied." and a man whose style “though quiet, has a kind of muted eloquence." He was awarded the Bo> ingen Prize, which pr eviously had gone to such poets as Ezra Pound and Archibald MacLeish. for his col-He married Cecele Greenfield I lection of poems in “Summer of Chicago on June 1. 1936. They 1 t*lm was commissioned to | Knowledge." also on display in have two children: Mrs. Ernest -elebrate tite loth anniversary library.' Mitchell and Michael Jr.. who ®f rhe 191 • Rl^sstan Revolution. Schwartz edited rive Partisan attend«; tl»e University of Penn- l\ *a^ *S.P ^ ^>e*^een _ ‘""I Review while teaching at Har- vard in rhe 1940s. He has also The complete tw'o-hour versitm , . . . ^ Sergei Eisenstein’s 1928 film i interests and investments, con-. , . s___ „ „ ... 1, classic, Ten Da vs That Shook Much has happened to USC\s,slin6 principally of commer- ... , , the World, will be shown to- situe Dr. Mann came as a visit- cial properties in various pans - I * ,» . night m Cinema 108 a« part of ing lecturer for the School of of the United states. ---------- ■ of Lenin's return from exile and rhe Bolsheviks' seizure of power. A trip to, DisneylantJ will !>e led Saturday by the University Recreation Association for students and faculty ’Reduced prices for the event are available until tomorrow night in P.E. 112. The trip Ls part of a summer social and recreational program highlighted by dances, dancing lessons during the week and activities every w'eekend. Next Saturday the URA has planned an all-day trip t > old Mexico which will include stops at San Juan Capistrano and San Diego. Reservations are al- •"’"yd looked for a man to head Education in 1930. But the genial professor has kept up with the changes and today can talk to vou about anything fi-om the nuclear physics curricula to the names of rhe statues on Bovard sylvania. Birnkrant is a native of New' “ " " *™ “" been poetry editor of Phe New I-one: Career j York City. He attended the Har- Eisenstein. also renowned for j Republic* and served as literary Dr. Mann studied at DePauvv vard collegiate preparatory his production of “Potemkin." : consultant to New Direction* University and Teachers College * school in Toronto. Canada. a.rvd developed and expanded in thus Schwairz has been a visiting of Columbia University and was! holds a bachelor of arts degree film his style of cutting and di- i lecturer at New York Univer- a teacher, principal and superin-^ in addition to his LÍ..B degree, reefing that was to make him sity the Kenyon School of Eng- tendent of schools in Danv ille, ■ He has traveled extensively world-famous. lish. rhe Indiana School of Ler- III. and Cashmere, Omak and throughout the world. j Admission to the feature, ters. Princeton and the Univer- Vancouver. Wash, before coming ^ The Board of Trustees is com- which is being sponsored by rhe siry of Chicago. He was assoc: - to USC. ! |X)sed of nven and women active local chapter of cinema fruter- ated with “Perspectives,” pub- His career at USC spans his *n communitv life and sympathe- nity Delta Kappa Alpha, will l>e lished b> rhe Ford Foundation 50 cents. I in 1952 and 3953. i early years as visiting lecturer! tk: whh "ch<>>1 advancement. and assistant professor of education 3nd continues with his =*p-poimment as assistant to the dean of the School of Education. When Chancellor von Klein- so being taken for t trip to Catalina on a boat chartered the Information Office who was well-versed w ith the w'hole edu-. Psychologist Zelda To Analyze New Wolpe Poets for the university. Other plans ca,iona* system and enjoyed ^ psychological approach to for the summer include a tour of Warner Brothers Studi >s and a dinner in Chinatown The tours are scheduled r > help the out-of-town student-tour the Southland for the least possible effort and expense. w'hile providing the students meeting and helping guests, Dr. j creativity will be offered today Mann about to retire from his at 1;i5 in FH 133 bv ze|d; education career—was his choice j Wo|pe clinical psychologist and author of 'The Blinding Light.” '^r- Dr. Wolpe will discuss The As Second Home the years passed. ?>lann s desk in the Information Metaphorical Language of the Office became an informal coun- poets- during the third of a seling table, and his office fil-. series of summer lectures oeing with an educational recreation led w ith students and parents, sponsored by the department of prograir# Dr. Tillman Hall anxious to learn about the uni-jsppec), and the summer session, ord'inator of URA activities, ex- versitv and talk away their £>,. Wolpe. who is a lecturer plained. lonely hours. ! cod consultant in the grad'tatj In addition to the tours. "In many cases, the Informa-■ d vision at USC. will attempt to dances are being held each lion Office is the first place ncvV. show- the ways a poet's us? of Tuesday and Thursday night in and potential students make con-] metaphor can reveal his at.'uj ¡e the P.E. building and dancing tact with the university." Dr. j toward hLs subject. She will then instructions for students and Mann explains. “Mam needed j apply this discussion to a psv-facuity* are held on Thursdays, advice and consultation as well j chological interpretation of criti-Instructions will l>e offered for as information, and we would j cism, according o Dr Janet Bol children from 6 to 12 years become friends as the\ got used ton. assistant professor of starling July 5. The classes are to the university.” I speech and co-director of the designed to improve body move- In a few years, represent a Lives series. menls and posture, and to in-] from northern and eastern col Dr. Wolpe has been in private crease the sense of rhythm, Di. !ege.~ were coming to stud\ the| praclit’e in Bevei |\ Hills sin< ZELDA WOLPE . . . prepares speech cree from the University of Chicago and an M.A. degree fr-*iri Hall said. (Continned on Page 4) 1943. Sl*e leccia I ;i A de- the University o! Illinois M - I »! School. She earned a Ph.D. in clinical psychology at USC. The prominent psychologist is . co-author ot "Speech Pathokv 4y." e»lireti !>y Lee Travis, and has written articles for th-* Journal <-t Ortho-Psychiatry. Journal of rhe Nervous Child and American Psychologist. Dr Wolpe was director of Vie ! Child Guidance Clinic of Wliite Memorial Hospiral in L<»s Angeles from 1943 to 1919. She is a member of the Board of Examiners for psychologists applying for the diplf>mare in clinical psychology, and is listed in ' Wlvo's Who in Science" and "Who's Who oi American W mien." Dr. Wolpe has made several lectures >n rh- "problem chi-ld’’ and the "problem ptrent." in which -.he describes rhe child as "an expanding personality in a si *il. s.K.-ietv."
|Title||SUMMER TROJAN, Vol. 11, No. 3, June 29, 1961|
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SUMMER m TROJAN
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 29. 1961
MR. INFORMATION — Or. Carlton H. AAann, surrounded by his favorite subjects — flowers and students — offers aid and advice to a guest. The Information Office head will retire tomorrow after working at (JSC for 31 years.
Mister Information Will Retire at 75
B.v HAL DRAKE Summer Trojan Editor
E>r Carleton H. Mann, the university’s “Mr. Information,” will retire tomorrow after 31 years at USC.
Poet to Demonstrate Eliots Dictatorship
Poet-ei it ic Del more Schwartz 'America’s foremost poets. Ls cur- ha^ chang’d h- judgment is *
will present his view on 1'. S. rently a visiting lecturer in the lietaror or literary style.
Eliot's “Literary Dictatorship" English department. -|n 11+47 there were two dic-
during tlve first 01 two lectures Schwartz's talk on Eliot iva, rr,f,,, ^ e«ml\-
Schwartz. wh<»se receipt of for one of his classes at Colum- nlain»-i “Now w.* have at least the Bolingen Pii/.e in Poetry in bia University in 1947. Since rhree. Eliot ha- developed m l 1959 ranked him one of that time. Schwartz sai