DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 54, No. 84, March 19, 1963
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PAGE THREE Couple Finds TRUE Love On Blind Dote University of Southern California DAILY TROfAN PAGE FOUR Dedeoux May Experience Unusual Losing Year Vol LIV LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1963 NO. 84 NEW PROGRAM PS I ^ i ^ i /N 1/ wpi7nNeedsDel Conte Campaign Gets OK Gui<iev^oluilteersAs Board Winks at Deadline Right to Appeal' Legalizes Ruling A new, program of campus because we have a general intours for students, parents, ad- formation sheet guides can just! mmistrators Hid special inter- read as they go," Navia ex-•st groups has been put into plained. effect, Charles Navia. directoi Navia said the new program j of campus tours announced yes-1 will help *o ’ uild better com-) terday. munication among students,! The program includes one- faculty, administrators and hour general tours available; USC employees; inform stu-Mondav through Friday at 1:15 dents of a'ailable study aids;! and three-hour special tours for build school spirit: and create larger groups. job opportunities for students, i Trojanes and Squires are di- Visiting Recruiters ★ ★ ★ Dorms Offer Debate Time To Candidates recting tours. Navia said, and; More than 700 placement! A debate between ASSC other service groups may take!recruiters from industries alJjPresidenital candidates part- o'er the country come here if®1? Conte and Hal “Guiding has been simplified every year," Navia said "They 5 been scheduled ALAS, POOR YORICK TYR to Hold Special Vote For Leaders V ant to know v hat w e prepare for tomorrow night at 6:15 our students for. Many dont at Marks Hall. Adam Her- know all the sehools we have^"1’ President of the Resi here, nr what standing is." Neil Martin, student coordi- dence Hall Association, an-our academic , , ’ nounced yesterday. Although the debate wall be in the form of a panel discussion all students are invited nator of campus tours, said people may come to 324 SU at 1:15 Monday through Friday!and may ask questions of the Trojan Young Republicans for a general tour. Student*, candidates, he explained. (TYRi will hold an elections Parents and visitors are all j „The purp(18e of this meeting today at 3 in 129 FH. welcome, be said. Groups of 10 jg tQ try to ^ more The program was scheduled or more may sign up for spe- whn ]ivfl m the doiTns espe. to include a speaker. Don An- cla ,ou‘-s- such as the Han- thp mpp students to derson. executive secretary of cock mansion or the centrifuge. hgve interest in what is the Los Angeles Republican * *'*>r rffan 7 going on in student govern- Central Committee. TYR Presi- Pampus tour program ment •• hp ^ dent Har\ev Hains said he ^as ^een 'n existenci* f°r many. had been notified, however. -vears” Martin said "But jt ha? He 831(1 students who are that Anderson may be unable never ***" °rga™zed into a unable to attend the debate to attend special office before. Arrange- Wednesday or who have other Hams said any TYR member mems for tours “n be questions for candidates, will «•ho had registered by Septem- mad* at Ext- 277 or room 324 be abl* to ask them at ber. 1962. is eligible to run for SU frnm 1 * 2:30 Pm- Mon- other elections program sched- TYR offices. The offices of dav thrr>u?h Frida-V” ,Jed for Thursdi,V n,ght at 7 president, first and second vice1 Generai tours ,ndude Tom‘ m the s dormitory quad. By VIRGINIA BODIN Elections Reporter The Board of Inquiry voted yesterday to allow Ken Del Conte, write-in candidate for ASSC president, to use campaign materials in his bid for the ASSC post. Assistant Dean of Students Tom Hull said Del Conte was previously prevented from putting up posters or banners of any kind be-cause of deadlines set by the \ l Elections Commission. He said! the board had to decide whether such deadlines should apply for students who announce their candidacy after the deadline dates. Matchmaker Adds Matinee To Schedule First, he explained that the dates for the approval deadlines were set by Elections A special matinee has been Commissioner Dick Messer, j added to the performance rather than by the Elections schedule for the drama depart-Code. "Since the Elections Code . my Trojan, ¿ovard Auditorium. Candidates for all major of-Dohenv Library. Widftev Hall, fices will give short speeches. followed by a question and answer period, Herbert said. president, recording secretary and treasurer will be open. Card Carriers Hancock Foundation. Law Hams said all TYR members Sch001' Brld^ Hal1- Sclen™ «1th club cards are eligible to Butldinj. Modd Philosophy Hall. Harris Hall. Student Union, Commons. Physical Education A POISON VICTIM — Student points to strong reminders of results that poisoning can cause. School of Pharmacy is- sues a plea for prevention of poison accidents, stressed now during the observance of Nat'l Poison Prevention Week. vote for candidates. Anderson, if he is able to at- Will Speak tend the meeting, * expected ^11^^ch00* of Dentistry to speak on the GOP and Los Heal£ <>nte,r- F°und^ Ha<! . , _ , „ .. , and historical landmarks. Angeles County. He will dis-_______________________________________ cuss the relationship between the Republican Party- opera- A TUak tions on the individual and ' * I* I “Clvl county levels. Political Career The Republican leader began his political career as the World ceramics w*ill be em-25th District assemblyman in phasized by Susan Peterson, 1957. He became executive sec- associate professor of fine arts, retarv of the Orange County as guest sneaker for the an-Retnibhcan Central Committee nua] Scripps Ceramics Invita-in 1959 tional today at 2:30 in Balch In I960 Anderson became Hall on the Claremont College area director of the Los An- campus. geles Republican Centra] Com- Mrs. Peterson, who returned mittee. In 1961 he became the last June from a six-month sab-committees executive secre- batical leave from USC, will tary. Anderson also is a mem- present a slide-illustrated dis-ber of the Republican State cussion of indigenous and art-Central Committee. Candidates for AMS and AWS president, class presidents, and ASSC secretary and vice president will be allowed to speak for two to three minutes. Presidential candidates Del Conte and Stokes will 'speak for four minutes each. Del Conte and Stokes agreed to the Wednesday debate last ! Friday in order to discuss specific issues. Del Conte, a WTite-in candidate for the office, challenged his opponent to debate with him "anywhere, anytime." Stokes replied he vvould welcome the chance to discuss definite platform issues, qualifications and experience. He said he wanted to question Del Conte on some of his platform statements concerning candidates who do not car- Geographer Claims China Upsets Redevelopment Communist China interfered a developing n a t i o n,” Dr. ism are needed in the under* with her own industrial devel-jWake noted, giving an exam- (developed regions of the globe." opment because she was "outvie of a better sequence of de- "Each of these underdevel-of phase" in the development ¡velopment. oped nations today needs at sequence of an underdeveloped „In st(?p mth the proper de_ least 100 times more specially nation. Dr. William H. Wake, velopment sequence. India qualified people to direct her assistant^ professor of geogra- rajsed jts per capita income 19 affairs." The problem is that none of them can really afford to pay for the service of more than the 50 per cent that they already have on the scene. Because the United States has a highly developed economy, it has a direct economic, political and military interest in helping eliminate underde-! velopment in other countries, 1 ments production of Thornton Wilder s “The Matchmaker " states that decisions made by ^ presentation especially for the Elections Commission may ^bool students will take be appealed to the Board of P*ac* March 30 at 2 p.m., Dr. Inquiry, this action is legal,”' Herbert StahL director, said Hull said. yesterday. Seats not reserved Same Advantage hi*h *’ho°l S™** wlJ * Second, he maintained that P™“* USC stu‘ Dei Conte, in being able to dents for W 5°-carry on a campaign with Regular performances for the posters w'ould not have any sfudent body are scheduled for better chance than his oppo- March 22, 23. 28, 29 and 30 at nent Hal Stokes in the elec- p.m. in Bovard Auditor-tion, since he would have the ium. Admission will be $2 fr»r same advantage as if he had <*ac*1 *how except March 2? petitioned with other candi- which will cost $150. dates. Trojans holding student dis- count. cards will be admitted As a third consideration, Hull said the election would be more competitive and rep- pby. said yesterday. per cent and advanced the av- Speaking as the sixth lec- erage caloric intake from less turer in the "Great Issues of than 1.800 to more than 2,300 the Sixties” series, Dr. Wake said China had violated the principle that early development in the underdeveloped nations must be free of competitive industrialization. in 16 years,” he said. "At the same time it developed industrial exports." Dr. Wake explained, however, that the time needed to develop a nation varies with He explained that the proper ¡the nation and with the region! to campaign to the $2 performances for half price and to the Thursday presentation for 30 cents. Fraternities May Profit Fraternities and other groups of more than 25 may join the drjve to sei^ tickets and share half the pfrjfits. Dr. Stahl said. Tickets will be furnished for half price and may be resoid ex- ry through their campaign, __________________._______________________________________________________„____ . . _____ ists crafts of the world, em-!promises, adding that he had sequence calls for food supplies He noted that even though'as 35 inescapable moral phasizing ceramics. carried out his promises as to get the first consideration India has made "remarkable:anf1 efbica! lesponsibilities to She will be the guest speak- AMS president, by making the then transport, communica- progress." it will probably take lend assistance- ei for the Claremont Colleges organization an effective no- tions and power, with indus- more than 125 years to com- "When we discover misuse Faculty and Fine Arts Founds ordinating body trialization coming last. plete her development process, of our foreign aid, however, tion. Del Conte said he did not Communist China interfered despite the fact that it is. ac- the only intelligent move open Ceramics by Mrs. Peterson wish the argue campaign is-j with this progress w*hen it put cording to Dr. Wake, one of to the United States is to cor- are included in the Scripps In- sues until he faced Stokes in industrialization first and then the best prepared of the un- rect he misuse of aid — not vitation&l Exhibition, which j the debate, but that he was ¡expected instant international I derdeveloped countries and al- use this misuse as an excuse An American economist who will open to the public tomor-; prepared for any questions ie an expert on European man- row and will run through April that might be asked and would Economist Will Discuss Businesses agement practices will lecture 11 in the Lang Gallery from defend anything he had said tonight at 8:15 in 203 Bridge 2 to 5 p.m. daily. before, on "Comparative Management Practices in America and Abroad." The economist. Dr. David Granick. will also lecture tomorrow’ at 2:30 in 104 Bridge on "Management Practices in the USSR.” He will spend three days at USC, lecturing and meeting with students and were allowed freely. “A university the size of USC should have a president who is elected as a representative of all the students,” he said “There should be no unopposed candidates running for for^ «gutar *™unt, he this office, and both should have an equal chance to cam-: 7718 *rec,”|renewed a r^aJ' „ » lenge issued last week that paign. Spirit of Law fraternities compete with each Hull explained that although oth*r to ,raK* th#> ^eatest the "letter of the law” had not amount of ,mon^’ *r00*h been followed in regard to the!sharn* the proceeds, decision, the “spirit of the law" He fld ^lJder ^ ^ as interpreted in the Elections m ftre aP?eal tor aJ1 leveli Code had been adhered to. of mtellect- 14 18 a combination of farce, in its situations, and high comedy in the manner of presentation, he noted. Falls for Matchmaker A rich old merchant of Yonkers. Horace Vandergilder object* to rhe fiancee of hi.« niece and proceeds to hire a ‘matchmaker’’ to arrange a suitable marriage Vandergilder slowly comes to the realization that he has fallen in lov* with the matchmaker. The old merchant is played by French Tichner, lecturer in Messer reminded Del Conte that as a write-in candidate his name would not appear on the election ballot and would have to be spelled correctly by voters to be counted valid. Philosopher To Examine power and the ability to buy!so among the best-endowed to stop all aid to everyone andi Ethics, Man foodstuffs with manufactured with natural resources. everywhere,” Dr. Wake said, goods. Dr. Wake said. “A great deal of patient "We can help ourselves only Dr. Maurice Fnedman, lec- makeup at USC and drama in “India has set a record as impatience and stubborn ideal-'when we are helping others.” turer and writer in existential- structor at Pasadena City Col- ism, psychotherapy and theol- [ege ogy. will speak on campus four John Blankenchip, associate times tomorrow. professor of drama, is design- The professor of philosophy ,mg the sets. Mary Gilbert at Sarah Lav rence College in serves as costume designer and Official Supports Free Trade The United States is comit- “Export expansion will ad-( “In brief, the Trade Act en- named as the director of the ted to a policy of freer world vance both the interests of trade, a high-ranking U.S. Commerce Department official business and the interests of the nation,” Braderman said. ables the President to bargain process. with other nations for freer en “The General Agreement on try of our products by giving ¡Tariffs and Trade (GATT* is told businessmen Friday at the “For business, exports mean j him broad authority to enter ; our channel for meeting with Biltmore by specific items that they wished the United States to bargain for a list of tariff concessions that the United States should offer in return for concession-by other coluntries. concessions that the negotiators should not offer and, finally, a list of non-tariff barriers that interfere with American exports. "No one expects every Aaty New York will be honored at an open coffee hour at 10 a.m. Ken Robinson is stage manager. Karen Humphrey is assist- at the YWCA. He will speak; ant to the director on "Hasidism and the contem- “A cast that is able to work porary Jew” at noon at the|Weii together and ’blend alonz B’nai B’rith Hillel Foundation !with outstanding plot and dia-Hasidism is an approach to logue, will make this a mem-life that emphasizes joy and orable production for USC love and the revolt of the com- Dr. Stahl commented. mon man igainst worship of -------------------------------------------- the intellect. Dr F’riedman is a noted interpreter of this as- Battle Pages Deadline Set faculty members of the Gradu- ^ „ . .. ^ . 0 ,__, , . , Biltmore greater promts; for the nation into reciprocal trade agree other nations, he said. The ate School of Business Admin- & . , ’ . , x „ „ , ., TT j ^ , istretion. Eugene B. Braderman, di- —increased economic growth ments, Braderman said. United States is one of 44 con- Teaches Economics lector of the Bureau of Inter- and a better balance-of-pay-1 The Pre dent has two prin- trading parties to this multi- Dr. Granick is a prolessor of national Commerce. U.S. De- ments position." cipal kinds of negotiating au- lateral trade agreement. Othei economics at the Universitv of P31 tment of Commerce, spoke; Braderman explained the thonty um.^r the Trade Act— countries ?lso participate Wisconsin, and author of such at t,ie business conference on'1962 Trade Expansion Act,¡general authority to reduce special irrangement.” w-orks as “The Red Executive" exPanding California's share of which Congress passed calling I duties by 5 per cent in return Braderman asked the v^.,c f ^ jPV jsh history and “The Euj-opean Executive.’’ wor^ mai'kets The Graduate it "the best single instrument for comparable tariff cuts by uessmen for help in the trade within a >mmunity grouping; ^ ^ ^ prn m u^>er The latter is his laest publi- Sch001 of Business helped to for opening the door to a. freer]other nations, and the author- talks. to fc>e ciit the «ame amount.":Commons hp ^ speak cation and deals with the sPrnsor ^e conference. Iflow of international trade.” ity in negotiating with the He askeo for information on I he explained. Common Market to bargain! . . ; tariffs down to zero on broad ^ « "W W categories of goods in which ^ j» a f # • the Common Market and the f^3Sl \^Omm0rC0 N^ttlC©r United States together supply ! . . , ■ ^ per cet ot free-world ex.^nt|C|zeS JraCjing ACt Biaderman pointed out that and t olumbia tniversity. must sell ourselves out of trou- ticallv curtailing oui’ overseas be the most im Trade Expansion Act are s*al feature gious? day elections ai . cheduled where he earned his PhD de- ble by increasing American ex- commitments, placing res trie- portant 'n forthcoming nego nothin more thgn ,, rn_ "In my judgment it was a Dr. Friedman will speak on begin pee^As . Fulbright student trade, a Midwest Indus- tions on investments and travel fe cSS'Set ment doles. ’ a iormer Under- M ** **“ ,h' at the University of Glasgow, trialist said Friday. -or we must sell ourselves out J ^ f f . he gained the material for his N. , „ „ , u of trouble" he exolained reduCes the second facet °f thc secretary of CommercP charged boc*s through personal inter- Hurley. Jr., chainnan ’ P Tr^de Act to limited signifi- at the day-long Export Expanviews with continental business of the *Satlonal ^P01'1 Expan- "Last year we exported al- cance. he said. sion Conference at the Bilt- leader< S10n ^ounc1^ sa*d at Friday’s most $21 billion of merchan-j y]ie President would have more Friday. Dr. Granick has been the Export Conference dise. which made the United ¡the final void on tariff nego- management profession in Europe The book explores European managerial immobility and flexibility and European firms and organizations. Earned Degrees Dr. Granick was educated at the City College of New York. ★ ★ ★ ★ Increase Sales Abroad, Export Chairman Urges The time has come when we selves by abandoning or dras- on "Psychotherapy and the Students wishing to cam Image of Man.” At 6:45 p.m. paign with "battle columns“ in at Wesley Foundation he will;the Daily Trojan should ge: join Dr. J. Wesley Robb, pro- their material in early to avoid fessor of religion, and Dr. Jos the rush. Assistant to the Edi eph Boskin. assistant professor 1 tor Ponchitta Pierce said yes-of history, in a panel discus- terday. sion of “Can Modern Man be The special elections edition The "relief” clauses in the “most striking and controver- Ethical without Being Reli will come out on March 27. th> speaker at the annual meetings at the Blltmore that ^ bak States the largest exporter in tiations. Braderman said, but of the American Economic As- an<*-of-payTOent situation has the world-but only because vvould not negotiate sodrion and thp Economics become a P^lem and ,t can- we are the largest economic en- allv Affair? Officer in the United Nations Secretariat. Miss Pierce requested that strongest nation of the world'pm. in Hancock Auditorium. ASSC presidential sfatemen found it expedient to adopt, in Dr Friev*«naii‘ visit is part be limited to 130 words and a lieu of needed reforms, a of a major speakers program, others to 75 words. >tatemen' government dole for its indus-: University Chaplain John E. maybe abridged by the editor- ¡tries, farms and workers to Cantelon said yesterday. Dr.| Candidates who *Lsh ru^ Philip Ray, now a San Fran- relieve them from world com- Friedman is sponsored by the^ picture with their statemen* cisco attorney, who spoke onipetition." Ray said. Chaplains office, the Hebrew may either submit then w person iegaj aspects of the Act, classi- He explained that any firm, Union College Jewish Institute glossy print or make an a: fied the law’s provisions for.group of workers or industryot Religion, the School of Ph; pamtmenr with George Rose; not continue indefinitely tity in the w orld. At the same Former Secretary of State the relief of firms and employ-seeking relief from import losophy and t h * I "Either we must protect, our-1 (Continued on Fag* 2)¡Christian He.ter has been es injured by imports as itsi (Continued on Fage 2),School of Religion Graduate berg, photo pdito.-I Ext. 620. . in 420 SU.
|Title||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 54, No. 84, March 19, 1963|
|Description||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 54, No. 84, March 19, 1963.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
PAGE THREE Couple Finds TRUE Love On Blind Dote
University of Southern California
PAGE FOUR Dedeoux May Experience Unusual Losing Year
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1963
NEW PROGRAM PS I ^ i ^ i /N 1/
wpi7nNeedsDel Conte Campaign Gets OK Gui