Daily Trojan, Vol. 40, No. 144, May 20, 1949
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n Again, Off Again Referendum ay Be On Again Today, Maybe? tails of Commencement Exercises Told ibrary Steps cene of Rite / Expected End of ladne Run enccment oxercises, which in the past have been Exposition park and the Coliseum, will be held this Alumni park. Exercises will begin at 3 p.m. June 11. idates for degrees and certificates will be lined up at columns at the south end of University avenue near -*-♦Bridge hall. Faculty members will gatner at 2:30 in the Mudd hall arcade. The procession will proceed up University avenue to Alumni park at 2:40, turn up the central walk of the library, and take reserved seats beyond the fountain. Deans and faculties of the various schools will nieet candidates and their 'families informally immediately after the program. Receptions will be held at the folio wua g locations: School of Architecture. Harris hall patio; Arts, Old College lawn; Dentistry. Mudd hall patio; Education. PE patio <southside>; Engineering. Student Union lawn; Graduate School, chancellor’s suite; Library Science, library patio, singers. > Medicine. Town and Gown patio; and Theodor Upp- Pharmacy. Student Union lounge; Public Administration , Hancock patio: Religion, religion patio: Social Work, PE patio (inside build- Caps and gowns may be obtained June 9. 10. and 11 at Elisabeth von KieinSmid hall from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Trojan Vol XL 72 Los Angeles, Calif., Friday, May 20, 1949 No. 144 u ie or Bovard presentation of Naxos’’ is dedicated memory of Atwater Kent. &ent Bel An philanthropist lied last March. radio and auto-parts manu-r, in 1925 established na- Dream Picked By Delta Sigs Chosen on the basis of beauty, poise, personality, and school activities, Jane Aven, Pi Beta Phi, has been named Dream Girl of Delta Sigma Phi. Jane was picked after six weeks I Edit Student Body Ballots On Disputed Election <| BULLETIN Referendum voting will begin this morning. Prof. Sidney Duncan, chairman of faculty committee on student activities, announced late last night. Baliots have been OKd by Bill McGurty, elections commissioner, and the go-ahead signal was given by Arnold Eddy, general manager of ASSC. “All we need are poll workers,” Duncan said. If you're still interested in voting on the referendum, drift over to Elisabeth von KieinSmid hall this morning. There j is just a possibility that the election might be under way ' right now. With polling booths set up in the EVK basement and ballots cached in a vault in Stu-*--——-- dent Union, actual voting was one o r i a ★ Last, Long Goodbye auditic: discover the opera cas |e won Atwater Kent awards. L Amara. who plays Ariadne, lived her award last ye ar. Upp- ii received his in 1947. Monday's and Wednesda y s audi- les were very respons: ive, and expect even bigger a ludiences pay and Saturday nigh ts,” said fry May Taylor, publicit y chair- in of the Schoo1 of Mu Sic. Tonight and tomorrow night’s lonr.ances are the last. Curtain Le is 8:30. Lctivity card holders wil 1 be ad- |ted to the first balcc iny. Re- red are on sale at the or $2.40. $1.80, and admission is 60 cents. Faculty Club Elects Gallion Arthur B. Gallion. dean of the School of Architecture, was elected president of the Men’s Faculty club yesterday, succeeding Carl Hancey. dean of University College. m iBBi As far as we’re concerned, the Daily Trojan couldn’t cease publication at a more inauspicious moment in the affairs of SC’s ship of state. There are others who are elated and feel the time is most propititous. That’s their business, but we can assure them that DTmen will still be around just for the background they’ll need next fall. The referendum election is now reported to be starting this morning. We hope so. And it’s about time. The delay has completely killed student interest in the matter, and it has effectively taken the election off the hook of DT surveillance—so certain persons think. We have a hunch they’ll be dissap-pointed. But all this is only preliminary to our own last, long goodbye. You’ve heard all the old guff about mixed emotions, so we won’t go into that. Certainly we have much to be proud of in SC. We have enjoyed every minute of our four years here. We’ve learned a lot; we’ve done a job in which we feel we can take a certain amount of pride; and we’ve met a lot of persons to whom we can say, “It’s been nice.” We’ve also met a few, thank God it was only a few, to whom we would just as soon say, “It has been miserable.” If we were to name the nice ones, we couldn’t start in a better place than on the staff of this newspaper. From the bot- (Continued on Page 2) lone signature away from realization yesterday. The holdout was Arnold Eddy, general manager of associated stu- j dents, who was not around to ap- j prove the printers proof of the ' ballot. Dr. Albert Zech, counselor of men, i and Prof. Sydney Duncan, chair- j man of the Faculty Committee on Student Affairs, have signed the ! Alumni Day To Feature Gen. M. Clark More than 300 grads are expected tomorrow for Alumni day. SC's gathering ot the clan. Feature of the day will be a luncheon lecture by Gen. Mark W. Clark, commanding general of the Sixth army. General Clark, whose secret plane SC students will vote today, and submarine trip to North Afnca Mondaj, and Tuesday from 9 to to plan the Allied invasion was one i?i i * u w. j ^ most exciting chapters of Vote Procedure In EVK Outlined 5 in the Elisabeth von KieinSmid residence hall basement. Subject of the election is a referendum on recent Senate action. The referendum asks: Shall the Senate action which approved the report of the Elec- World War II. will speak on “Unification of the Armed Services.” President Fred D. Fagg Jr. will welcome alumni at the luncheon, and the annual report will be mada by Ron' Stever, president of the General Alumni association. James E*am Schedule ng dates. Instructors afiauld I Final examinations a ■ss meeting Aranp Exam day _______Wednesday. May 25... e conflicts. ; > Exam' hour ..............................8-ro 4.m. ......Thursday, May 26....... .............................8-10 a.m. > ' I - ......Friday. May 27 ......... __________________________8-10 a.m. ^■2 > > -* Brarp............................. ........Tuesday, May 31.......... ........................J....8-10 a.m. fclWF............................. [*15 MWP .....Wednesday, June 1...... _____________________ -8-10 3,m. .......Thursday. June 2........ ....................10 a.m. Lie, MWT3' .......Friday, June 3............. __________________.8-10 a.m. ivx vv x .................- - fj5 MWF .................... ......Monday. June 6............ .....................J../.. 8-10 a.m. [•15 MWF.J.................. _____Wednesday. May 25... .................^4; 15-6:15 p.m. |15 MWF ................... "pTh 0r TThS.......... ......Friday, May 27............. ..............., 4:15-6:15 p.m. Wednesday, May 25.... ________________.........2-4 p.m. I TTh or TThS.......... .......Thursday, May 26..... .................4'.._.......2-4 p.m. 1 TTh or TThS.......... ______Friday, May 27............ ............' j___________2-4 p.m. L TTh or TThS_________ Tuesdav, May 31________ .........................2-4 p.m. ■TTh or TThS........... .......Wednesday, June 1...... .......,t‘ 1____________2-4 p.m. |15 TTh...................... .......Thursday. June 2_______ ..... j--_____________2-4 p.m. P; 15 Tl'h_____________________ Friday, June 3.....-......... _______________2-4 p.m. il5 TTh...................... .......Monday. June 6........... _______.J............._...2-4 p.m. JANE AVEN . . . dreamer i of quiet observation of the women I on campus by fraternity judges. I She was given a trophy and a pearl j and emerald pendant at a dinner I in her honor Wednesday at the Delta Sig house. Her name has been entered in the national Dream Girl contest finals to be held May 25. The national winner will be announced in June at the Delta Sig national convention in Springfield, Ohio. I:-’ TT:. rl5 TTh_____ Lasses with .Tin meei Bses with first meeting irday only------------------ •-ttnit courses.............. i-6 p.m. M through F... .m. M through F--------- Tanquary Calls Wheel Records Student body officers should submit their activity records to 229 Student Union. AMS President Grafton Tanquary said yesterday. Unaer proposed plans, heads of various school activities can consult these records when choosing committees, councils, and honorary organization members. The records wili give written proof of how capably the student’s sday. May 26............J..J_______4:15-6:15 p.m. Tuesday. May 31................... 4:15-6:15 p.m. g on M or W..............Same as MWF I on T or Th..............Sa^ne as TTh Scheduled class pefripd. Saturday. May 28 previous positions have been filled. .............Last regular class .‘period before May 25 “Only a very few of the records First scheduled class period. May 25, asked for have been turned in so 26. 27, 31, June 1 ...First schedplfd class period. May 25, 26. 27, 31, Jhne 1 far,” Tanquary said. “We need the 100 per cent cooperation of the students to make this program a success.” May 30, Memorial 1. No examinations are scheduled for Monday, ^University holiday. 2.SXJC students who would be scheduled for May 30 examinations take them on May 23 instead. 3. The period for the final examination in any undergraduate course Cj hours for all courses carrying credit of two semester units or more. . Courses with both lecture and laboratory periods will hold the iiiation according to the first lecture hour of the week. 5. Laboratory courses without a scheduled lecture beginning before 115 p.m. and meeting for more than one hour will hold the examination | catecj ^ Dean Cromwell, famous the last regular class period before May 25. i Trojan track coach who retired last L6 For lecture courses beginning before 4:15 and meeting for more year after leading tlie US to a vic-fc one hour, the instructor will check with the director of the testing torv at the Olympic games, at to- APhiO Awards Bovard Board The new Bovard field track record board will be officially dedi- ...Wednesday, May 25 ...Thursday. May 26..... ...Friday. May 27......... ...Tuesday. May 31.— Wednesday. June 1---------------Uam.-lp.m. ... Thursday, June 2________________11 a.m.-l p.m. -Friday, June 3.„........—...........11 a.m.-l p.m. ________11 a.m.-l p.m. _______11 a.m.-l p.m. .........11 a.m.-l p.m. _____li a.m.-l p.m. for possible conflicts. DDBBPTIONS: [eneral Studies 54b.............. il Studies 54a.______________ Studies lb________________ Studies 51 ................. Education 49m. 49w lting 40. 50. 55_____________ la, lb, ly................. la. lb, 52a, 52b, la.........................Mfnday, June 6_____________________lla.m.-lp.m. Business 1-------------Tuesday, June 7_____________11 a.m.-l p.m. day's noon assembly in Bovard auditorium. . Jess Hill, present Trcjan cinder mentor, will make a short talk, and 15 starring members of the NCAA-title bound Troy track team will be present on the stage. Cromwell will formally receive the board dedicated to him. i Art Fisette of Alpha Phi Omega will emcee the event, which has been arranged by Jerry Garner, Dan Schuyler, and Fisette. Alpha Phi Omega members will usher. Summer Signups Start Wednesday Preregistration for Summer Session will be held beginning Wednesday through June 1. Regular registration will take place June 17-18. Materials may be picked up at door G, Owens annex, beginning Monday instead of this week as reported by the DT yesterday. The summer program consists of* a six weeks session followed by a four wTeeks postsession. Some courses run the full 10 weeks. Classes start June 20. Students taking classes in the postsession only, will register July 29-30. Other students will proceed as follows: Station 1—materials. Students who have R cards to be verified must register on the date printed in the upper left hand corner of their registration card. Others may register any time during the period. Station 2—adviser—need not be consulted for Summer Session, but any student in doubt about his program should see his adviser during the adviser's office hours. Station 3—limited section <R) cards—will be verified during registration in 207 PE. H cards must be obtained from the head of the department concerned. Admission cards for University College will be given out during registration in 208 PE. Station 4—verification of. registration—210 PE. Station 5—assessment of fees— 210 PE. Station 6—veterans accounts— 210 PE. Veterans credit cards will be honored at the University bookstore June 17 to Aug. 13. Station 7—payment of fees—for those students not covered by veterans benefits will be made in 102 Owens hall before June 1 or in 202 PE during regular registration. Fall Signup Dates Given Students who, for some unexplainable, maniacal reason, wish to return to these hallowed halls of culture next fall may preregister July 18 through 27. Regular registration will be held Sept. 6-10. Beginning July 14, permits and materials for preregistration will be issued at Door G, Owens annex. Students may pick them up two days prior to the day they are scheduled to register. Students will register by last name according to the following schedule. Graduates and upper division students: July 18—F-H 8:30 a.m., I-L 1 p.m.; July 19—M-O 8:30 a.m., P-R 1 p.m.; July 20—S 8:30 a.m., T-Z 1 p.m.; July 21—A-B 8:30 a.m.. C-E 1 p.m.; July 27—any letter. Lower division students and specials: July 25—F-L 8:30 a.m., M-R 1 p.m.; July 26—S-Z 8:30 a.m., A-E 1 p.m.; July 27—any letter. Band to Play Midday Music The University Symphonic band will be featured in the Music at Noon program Monday in Bovard auditorium. Selections include "A Mighty Fortress,” Bach; “Festival Overture,” Erickson; “Intermezzo Con-cortante,” Kanitz; “RhapSodia,1’ Dohnanyi; and Valse from "Diver-tissemente,” Ibert. Frank Erickson, a former student of Castelnuevo-Teaesco. is also a member of the trumpet section of the band. His “Festival Overture” is an original composition for concert band, completed in 1948. Music at Noon pro^ams will be presented during the Summer Session at 12:15 every Thursday in Hancock auditorium. of tbe recent ASSC election for ASSC president be reversed? Voters should stamp either the “yes” or “no” box below the question. • If the referendum carries by a majority vote, elections for ASSC president will be held in the fall semester. proof, and Eddy's signature is all that is needed to release the purchase order for the ballots. Eddy was due in his office at 8:30 this morning, and it wras believed that he would give the go-ahead in time for voting to begin at 9. Maher Lands Trovet Award Law Students Set Post-Mortem Ball The Trovet board of directors has awarded Jerry Maher, editor of the DT. Bob Hope, and Bob McLaughlin. KLAC disc jockey, life membership in the Trovets for their outstanding contributions to the Living War Memorial. During the fall semester the A pleasant climax to final exams editor of the Daily Trojan sparked is in store for law students in the tlie campus drive for scholarshipb form of a Post-mortem ball, to with a series of front page edi-be held Saturday, June 4. the day i torials. The scholarships go to the after finals end in the School of children of SC grads who died in Law. ; World War II. Sponsored by the freshman law ( McLaughlin spurred the Trovet class, the dance will be held at dnve Wlth a show in Bovard audi-the Fox Hills Country club, 5800 torium, and Hope plugged it on West Slauson boulevard. Dancing I radio show. will begin at 9 p.m. to the music of Hal Neely and his orchestra. Informal dress is in order. Law students may purchase bids at $2 a couple from members of the freshman law class. Trustee Board to Consider ASSC Budget You've Had It— $10,725 Our Last DT With this issue the DT suspends publication for the semester. Rumors that the occasion w ould be greeted by a gala celebration on 28th street went unconfirmed as a peaceful quiet descended on the DT news room and editorial offices in the Student Union Publication is suspended a week before the end of each semester to enable harried staff members to gather loose ends of frayed nerves before final exams begin. The ASSC budget will be considered by the Board of Trustees Monday afternoon. Given the first OK last March by Arnold Eddy, general manager of Associated Students,' the proposed budget is a part of the total university budget which Robert D Fisher. financial vice-president, will present to the borad in President Fred D. Fagg's office at 3:15. The student budget calls for $10,725. an increase of $3425 over the 1948-49 allocation. URA athletic and social activities will absorb $3125 of the increase. Balance of the increase is ear- Asked; Eddy OK s marked for the general fund, rais- cils will receive $200. Veterans and ing it to $4900. This will support j religion councils will be given $100. class, school, religious, veterans, an*] Engineering council will be grant-independent councils; homecoming; ed a $50 raise, bringing its total and the expenses of the president's to $150. office. j Five hundred dollars will remain Homecoming events will have a the allotment of the student body fund of S850. Previously the cost j rally and student body social funds. I was deducted from the ASSC presi- Other items in the financial I dent’s allocation. j breakdown are intercollegiate for- j Although the president’s amount ensics, game entertainment, Uni- j will remain at $2250, it will actu- versity College student body, mu- j ally be an increase of $850. since sical organizations, and student j his fund no longer supports home- j publications. Publications include j coming expenses. j El Rodeo, studen j handbook, pro Doubling their present alloca- ( grams. Summer News, and Dail: tions, LAS and Commerce coun- Trojan. tions commissioner on the results Mussatti, chairman of the day, will preside. Alumni day program: 10 a.m. Registration, Hancock auditorium. 10:3G a-m. Symposiums. LAS—"Today's Headlines and America’s Reactions,” Admantios Th. Polyzoides. Medicine—‘‘Poliomyelitis—A Challenge,” Dr. John F. Kessel. Dentistry—“The Responsibilities and Trends in Dental Education,” Dr. John C. Brauer. j "The Objectives of the Program of Post-Graduate and Refresher Courses.” Dr. Francis Conley. “The Factors of Partial Dentures as Related to Anatomy and Physi-j ology,” C. N. Skinner. Social Work—“Contributions of Social Workers to Knowledge About Children,” Marion Nicholson. Commerce—"A r e Corporation Profits Too High?” Reid Lage Mc-j Clung, panel moderator. 11 a.m. Final NROTC dress parade. Bovard field. 12:30 p.m. Luncheon, men's gymnasium, James Mussatti presiding. “Welcome to Alumni,” President Fred D. Fagg Jr. "Report for '48-'49.” Ron Stever. “Unification of the Armed Services,” Gen. Mark W. Clark. 2:30 p.m. Symposiums. Education—“The Dynamics of Human Relations in the Curriculum.” Dr. D. Welty Lefever. Law—“Estate Planning.” a panel ! discussion. Scribes Cop Essay Cash Winners of the Mary A. McKin-I ney contest to promote wider reading by engineering and architecture students were announced to- j day. Samuel N. Russonello and John | W. Crowe, engineers, were the two students who turned in the win-! ning essays in the contest, which I gives a $60 first prize and a $40 j second prize for a 1200-word discussion of selected reading. Veterans' Notice Other life memberships were given to Bob Padgett, outgoing president of the organization, and Norm Evans, chairman of the memorial committee, for their outstanding work in Trovets. All veterans who are planning to register for the Summer Session and who do not have their spring term. 1949 veterans bookstore card should call at the credit office prior to registration to secure a duplicate card. Jaaies Clark, Credit Office. V
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 40, No. 144, May 20, 1949|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
n Again, Off Again Referendum ay Be On Again Today, Maybe?
tails of Commencement Exercises Told
ibrary Steps cene of Rite
Expected End of ladne Run
enccment oxercises, which in the past have been Exposition park and the Coliseum, will be held this Alumni park. Exercises will begin at 3 p.m. June 11. idates for degrees and certificates will be lined up at columns at the south end of University avenue near
-*-♦Bridge hall. Faculty members will
gatner at 2:30 in the Mudd hall arcade.
The procession will proceed up University avenue to Alumni park at 2:40, turn up the central walk of the library, and take reserved seats beyond the fountain.
Deans and faculties of the various schools will nieet candidates and their 'families informally immediately after the program.
Receptions will be held at the folio wua g locations:
School of Architecture. Harris hall patio; Arts, Old College lawn; Dentistry. Mudd hall patio; Education. PE patio |