DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 54, No. 79, March 12, 1963
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984 South Vermont Avtnve (Olympic and Vërmortt) Téléphoné: 384-9421 2 DAItr TROJAN Tuesday, Mirch 12, 1963 BILL OF RIGHTS AWARDS CAMPUS ROUNDUP Engineering Head Joins National Awards Panel Dr. Frank J. Lockhart, head [feature the black-bottom and of the chemical engineering the Charleston, department, has been selected! “Vanity Drag” and "Th# to be a member of the awards Best Things in Life are Free” committee that will choose the,are among the songs to be 1963 winner of the Kirkpatrfck! performed. Lyrics are by Lew Award for chemical ert*irteer- Browft and De Sylva. Musie is ing achievement. Ray HertdeWon The award is presented every WltWfNQ ESSAYISTS - Ritrard Cox, right, and Daniel Wolfson, left, accept Savings Bonds awards for their winning entries in thè Bill of Rights essay contest from Dr. Vierling Kersey, Coast Federal Savings executive, contest sponsor. Cast Smooths Rough Spots Ás Comedy Nears Debut By ROGER GRACE duction will move to Bovard The forthcoming drama pro- Auditorium on Saturday, at duttron of Thornton Wilder's which time, it is expected, the “The Matchmaker’’ is in its actual props will be nearly com-fin«l stagé of preparation but pleted. Etili i#eds polish before its Th^ show will be presented at presentation next \Veek, the Bovard on March 22, 23, 28, 29 star and director agrèed veste- and ^ at 8;30 p m Tickets are now available at the drama of-• It's staging to lift.” Herbert fiee, 3709 S. Hoover St. Stahl, director and head of the ( Cfean, Cttan drama department, said. A “We re going to rehearse unplay usually gets off its knees ti, ^ ^ ^ Qn „ Tjch_ about ten days before the open- TOr ^ <Wre ^ tQ ing. We have until a week from ?ojng throügh the plây and Friday. The cast has yet to get we-n clean and clean and a sense of the total rhythm, but cjean » were doing fine.” The Wilder phiv \Vill lie han-. Greatest ProWems dled œ a hjsh ^ al- The usual difficulties have though it is acual]y based Qnl not quite been overcome, farsjCjQ situatiohs, the director French Tichner, star of the sajd play, commented. Toning down -----------------------------—----------- of character, getting lines un- î — I. der control and working with | ICIcllS VJ 0 I props smoothly are the greatest problems, he said. ‘ But its building the way it should,” Tichner stressed. ‘ Actually, it could be presented Judicial imestigativè report on thé Water bftobin* ' “I particularly enjoy putting on plays based on high wit, as this one is,” he continued. “The Matchmaker'’ is a spoof oh the nineteenth century that captures the charm and spirit of America, he asserted. Sets are being designed by John Blankenchip, associate professor of drama. Mary Gilbert is designing the costumes, Ken Robinson is the stage manager and Karèn Humphrey acts as assistant to the director. Cast members include Ann Dallenbach, Jack Cowles, Marsha Moode, Alison Price Paulette Shafranski, John Mêade and Melinda Fee. other year by Chemical Engineering Magazine to the company making the most meritorious contribution to the advancement of the chemical process industries and the chemical engineering profession. The committee, comprised of the heads of the 101 accredited chemical engineering departments in the country, will select five winners among several companies nominated. The winning company will be presented with à brohze plaque. Medic fé Biseuss New Câflééf Study I Nè\V findings in cancer te-| search will he discussed at a meeting today at noon at the |lo8 Angeles County Hospital Auditorium. Dr. Van R. Potter, assistant director of McArdle Memorial Laboratory for Cancer Research in Madison, Wis., will be thé guest of the School of Medicina at the discussion. His j topic will be titled “New Prospects in Cancér Biochemistry.” | dramatic Workshop Casts Good Néws Casting will take placé this week among members of the expérimental dramatic workshop for the forthcoming production of “Good News” by Florence Schwflb and B. G. De Sylva, John Blankerrchlp, su-¡përviéihg director, said yêstêr-day. The play is a sa tiré on college life in the 19l20s. Thè musical, to be prèSëntéd April 3 through 6 in Stop Gap, will ONE DAY FILM SERVICE I PC Report S3 i W. Jefferson The show pokés fun at the altitudes and humor irt the ira. Blankenchip said. To capture the spirit o4 the timès, |ofce* as corny as the “vaudeville gags” will be used, he said. For example, he tells of one charactér who asks an-1 other if he had his tonsils 6bt. Receiving an affirmative reply, he askS, “Well, whéh aré yów having them put back in?” tl Rodéo Deadline fér Photos Nears Final deadline for graduation pictures for El Rodeo is tomorrow, yearbook Ed‘tor Mary Ellen Wyhhausen announced yesterday. Miss Wynhàusèft said settlors who still need tb have their pictures taken should make appointments immediately at the studiò at 834 W. Jéffersort Blvd. She explained that students who havè already had théif- càp and gofrti pictures taken must returh théir pròbfs by t Orti cirrato. Professor to Outline Goals of Speech A IéStUrfe oh "Understanding as the Oti&i of speech” vwn be held tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. ifi 133 FH. Dr. Andrew Weaver, chairman of the speech department at the Ùniversity of Wisconsin for almost 30 years, will give the lecture. He has been a leader in the move to study speech as a useful art instead of a fine art He has published more than « dozen text books and numerous articles, and he is a past president of the Speeefi Association ot America. He will also addfess fhe faculty Club at noon, Wednesday, on the top»c of “The Philosophy oí Speeeh ÉcftioafcfOir” Theologian to Speak At Reliffon Week Dr. J. Wesley Robb, head of the department of religion, will be the principal speaker during Religious Emphasis Week, being observed this week at South-, western College, Winfield, Kan. Dr. Robb will take as his theme "Making Religion Relevant.” He will address the college's student body on three occasions and will also speak at several churches in the area. CAMPUS CALENDAR TODAY "New Prospects in Cancer Biochemistry. ’’Van R. Potter, assistant dirWIOr. McArdle Memorial Labotf&torv for Cancer RaMfcrch. \fidison. Wis.. noon. Lon Angeles" County Hospital AuÄtonum. TOWlORROW Man. Meieeules and Medicine.” Myles Maxfield, director, biopsysics program, 8 p.m., Han-•«*?* AuffitOWrtfn. Music at Noon. Sólo chamber musie by Barney McWiUmwhs. Judy Fessenden. Charles Fierro. Neil Stannard and Chris Nance. 12:06, Hancock Auditorium. THLRSDAY "Weapons in Space.” Albert R. Hibbs. chief, arms control study, Jet Fropslwon Laboratory ftoon. Lot AnfrteS £o*rfity Hospital Aiitfftoriuffi. "The Ministry of Jesus: The Controversies.” Rev. C ha r 1 e s Déftk. Preéby£èn*n Bn4v«-<si.v Ppstor. 1Ì.30 p.ifi., LitWe Chanel of Sileftee. “The Molecular Structure of Biological Bolymers.” A. Rich, professor of biophysics. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 7:30 p.m.. Hancock Auditorium. “Vitartln B12." Carman A. Ölisfl. associate profesor of Phar- MTlUfcAT “Verdi and the Ana’* Martin Chusid. assistant professor of mumc Jhscott and it«r»tuie, 7 p.rtt, Hancock Auditorium. SUNDAY Violin Recital. Ton» flapport in fééftal as required fat the B.M. degree, 8:30 p.m., Hancock Auditorium. MONDAY •Reeerrt Developments Under the Pood, Dru? and Cosmetics Act.” Gordon R. Wood, dirittdf, fees Amçeles Distriet. Food and Drag Administration, noon, 203 Sci. ‘Dylan Thomas: Quite Early Oné tfôffllâg." WillafO Jfârsh. assistant professor of English 12:30 p.m.. 133 FH. "Regional Underdeveloi&raent as a Wofld Problem. WilMwn H. Wake, assistant professor of ge-«»aphy, 2:Î8 p.m.. 204 FH. 'Äcperiments on Cycjölron ' lanee in Metal*.'' A^ur Is, uni- DEBATE (Coitffrtued from Page l) forcing him to expose this truth, thus making women feel frustrated and oppressed. And when people are more op-presed, he cautioned, they become more cunnihg. The rebuttals were largely t£k£n up with jokes about the moderator; about the nature of this “dibate,” ind other dftJilS. T6 re&utt Huftter Miller wondered Row worri§ri could be convinced that thty rule society, with so few repfisihta fives in a ruling majority. maeÿ; “Positive Aspects of Phar maCr Practice." Alrah O. Hall, dean. School of Pharmacy. FRIlMT "The Bioenergetics of a Desert Shrub Community.'’ Robert M. Criew. associaté professor of biology, 4:10 p.m.. 352 9ci "Touch of Evil.” directed by Orson Welles, 8 p.m., 133 FH Band Concert, presented by the Trojan Symphonic Band conducted by William A. Schaefer, fri-oiessor of music, 8:30 p ip. Bovard Auditorium. Reson__________ ______ riip. professor of p*iy5»s,_____ versity of California at Berkeley, 4:30 p.m., 159 Sci. TUESDAY ‘Regional Chemotherapy for Cancer — Perfusion »nd infusion." John S. Stehhn, Jr., M D.. Associate Surgeon. M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tufhor Institute. Texas Medical cefiWt. Houston, noon. Los An«eJ#s County Hospital Auditorium. TROY .MEETS Official Notice INTERNATIONAL Sft'OE.tfS All fflteriiafional students lhtifMtea in Attending fcaster Sunday sunrls# services, April 14, St ffle Ithllyvvood ftowl may obtain tickets and parking ¡w«e* in 318 SU. Viefs S. Logue, Counselor of Foreign Students BAPTIST STUbENT FELLOWSHIP Will meet today at 12:15 at i;908 W. 36th St. CHINESE STUDENTS CLUB Will meet today at rroefi in ¡Alumni Park. LUTHERAN ««TlTJKNT ASSOCIATION I Will meet tonight at 8:l5 p.m. at 1039 W. 35th Place. today s Staff anytime now. Dr. Stahl listed the actors’ incidënt on 28th St. in which talents as thfe production’s four péi'sóhs weré in->uréd’ in' gréatest attribute. duàiil» two USC c<**’ vVaS “The persons in this play are turned in to thè déàn of stu" highlv creative.” he said. "Ì was Qent5 offlce late ^terday, careful to select those who cnunSfbr Geor^ couia givé us the befct charac-,15011 tei-, tc^ ah’d balSncè. I chos'e Delius would make no com-thlfte Who cbiild best recreate ment regarding the exact conthè contents of the pl&\^vright.” tPnt of report. He did indi-WeU-Knit Cast cate, however, that it gave a Tichner agreed that each cast definite description of what oè-mfmber is wil suited for hislcurréd before and after thè àc-part cident. “It's an extremely well-knit “The dean of students office group,” he added. “The play- has not released any state-ers seem to ‘dove-tail’ rather mènts yet regarding the inves-wfil together; that is, the char- ligation,” Ctrelius said. “We ex actwizatiorts all fit well.” pect to release a statement by “Matchmikér” is now re- Thursday.” hearsing each day in Stop Gap Assistant Dean of Students Theater, with wooden crates Tom Hull, who is conducting end cardboard chairs serving as the investigation for the dean props, slacks and tennis shoes of students office, was not serving as costumes. The pro- available for comment. Kite Coffee Shop Corner 36th Place & VftrtfilOnt Our Delicious Burger Plate ¿acr,ae-r., ~---- - - j ¥ |4 lb. 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|Title||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 54, No. 79, March 12, 1963|
984 South Vermont Avtnve (Olympic and Vërmortt) Téléphoné: 384-9421
Tuesday, Mirch 12, 1963
BILL OF RIGHTS AWARDS
Engineering Head Joins National Awards Panel
Dr. Frank J. Lockhart, head [feature the black-bottom and of the chemical engineering the Charleston, department, has been selected! “Vanity Drag” and "Th# to be a member of the awards Best Things in Life are Free” committee that will choose the,are among the songs to be 1963 winner of the Kirkpatrfck! performed. Lyrics are by Lew Award for chemical ert*irteer- Browft and De Sylva. Musie is ing achievement. Ray HertdeWon
The award is presented every
WltWfNQ ESSAYISTS - Ritrard Cox, right, and Daniel Wolfson, left, accept Savings Bonds awards for their winning
entries in thè Bill of Rights essay contest from Dr. Vierling Kersey, Coast Federal Savings executive, contest sponsor.
Cast Smooths Rough Spots Ás Comedy Nears Debut
By ROGER GRACE duction will move to Bovard The forthcoming drama pro- Auditorium on Saturday, at duttron of Thornton Wilder's which time, it is expected, the “The Matchmaker’’ is in its actual props will be nearly com-fin«l stagé of preparation but pleted.
Etili i#eds polish before its Th^ show will be presented at presentation next \Veek, the Bovard on March 22, 23, 28, 29 star and director agrèed veste- and ^ at 8;30 p m Tickets are
now available at the drama of-• It's staging to lift.” Herbert fiee, 3709 S. Hoover St.
Stahl, director and head of the ( Cfean, Cttan
drama department, said. A “We re going to rehearse unplay usually gets off its knees ti, ^ ^ ^ Qn „ Tjch_
about ten days before the open- TOr ^