Daily Trojan, Vol. 52, No. 123, May 11, 1961
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Cal if~cr>rrv<3 PAGE FOUR Entertoinment Potpourri Fills Calendar DAILY TROJAN PAGE FIVE Swearingen Book Views Russian ‘Cartoons’ voi ill -£>• LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1961 NO. 124 Steigerwalt Knocks Lazy Leaders Phi Betes Set Key Tapping For Topping ^re.'sidtnt Norman lopping win t>t maae an nonoidiy menioer oi riv beia Kappa U)iii„ni ai o:oii in die nit a no jjtciuie rtcom oi uoneny Lioiaiy aunng aie ¿.ucieiy 6 initiation ceiemomes. I wenlv giauuating senior» • nd six juniors will alsc be initiated into the national scnolas-lie honorary. An initiation dinner will be held in Town and Gov*n Foyer following the ceremony. First in lear* President Topping is the first honorary member to be named in several years. Registrar David Kvans, secretary of USC's chapter, said that the organization is elijiulf lo name two honorary members each .vear. He added that the campus Phi Beta Kappas' last honorary member was Dr. Tracy E. Strevey. vice president of academic affairs. Robert H. Finch, former ad ministrative assistant to Rich? d Nixon, will he guest speaker ai the dinner. He will disc' ss the ‘Political Shape of the l%Os." 150 Guest» One hundred and fifty guests, including all Phi Beta Kappa members on campus will attend the dinner honoring the new ,ni-ti«tes. Dr. James Butler, head of the drama department and tirst vice president 01 the USC chaptcr, will preside over the activities in the absence of Dr- Totton .1. Anderson. professor of political science ;.nti president of .he chapter, who is traveling in Europe. Certificate? of recognition will be presented 10 each new initiate • 1 the ceremony. senior« Graduating seniors w ho will be initiated are Darryl Wilson ^ Adams. Margaret Ann Carr oil, Patricia ,1. Clayton. Bruce Lloyd Dervving. Carolyn Helene En-tield. John Joseph Faulkner and Judy Ann Friedman. Other seniors are Bruce Francis Kennedy. Melvin Lloyd turner. Penny Mary Lernoux. George Dennis Loo. Richard Newby, .loan Carolyn Robison. Joseph Saltzman, Carole Marsha Spector. Marilyn Joan Spigle. Robert William Taylor, Pieter Dirk Van Deusen, Michael Arthur Well« and Jerry Nelson Zebra ck. Junior« ago. We no longer know» the The <ix juniors tapped for Phi giandeur and elegance of other Beta Kappa are Jon Hall Bar- years." L.v ndon said. FINE ARTS SCHOOL OPENS Helm Names 'BARGAIN' CERAMICS SALE Chairmen for 16 Committees Harris Hall’s art patio may resemble a department store bargain basement at rush hour today when the School of Fine Arts’ traditional spring ceramics sale gets under way. .More than 1,000 pieces of student pottery—from lamp bases to hanging lanterns—will be 011 display from noon to 10 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. tomorrow. The sale will feature a large selection of bowls, ashtravs and decorative bottles ranging in price from SI to S6. Larger items such as lamp bases'and vases will run from S25 lo .S*5. "This sale will include items from bowls, bottles and ashtrays to very unusual items which are mainly decorative pieces," Joyce Theurkauf. who is in charge of the exhibit, said. "We will also feature notterv cof-fee-warmers.” The ceramics were designed mainly by graduate students working, for their M.A. degrees. Graduates who made the works are Amos White IV, Linda Hickey, Roy Burke, Dickie Littlejohn, Bill Bradford and Joyce Theurkauf. Some undergraduates and faculty members a!»:) designed work for the sale. “This will really be an excellent opportunity for students shopping for wedding presents because the ceramics are selling for a much lower price than thev would in stores." Miss Theurkauf explained. Last ve*r, most of the pottery was snatched up bv bargain hunters within two hours after the sale opened. Architecture Mirrors Contemporary Society Airhiteoture directly and indirectly reflects the image of modern society, a noted architect said yesterdav ai the Faculty Center. Ma> nard Lyndon, visiting critic for fifth-year design in the School of Architecture, cited four features of modern life which he believes are reflected in architectural works. First, modern architecture seems to express the decreasing importance of man as an individual. the former architect for the Department of Interior said “Offices and often homes are becoming more impersonal as man himself becomes less and less important as an indiv idual," he added. .Mirror« Id»** Secondly, Lyndon said that modei n designs seem to mirror the idea of attempting to control man. "Buildings are often u-ed to control man. and to tell him w hat to do," he said. Third, the architect said that architecture reflects the attempt to "squeeze" man down. "Houses are generally smaller, within a comparable economic hracket, than thev were several decades the more important and precious things of our existence." he told hi® audience. Airports are often our coldest and most impersonal buildings, he said, and yet airports are the scene of great sentiment and emotion. The designer- of the first modem public school also discussed developments in the architectural field. "We have new, amazing technical facilities which enable us to build higher and bigger Chairmen of lfi ASSC committees for next year were announced yesterday by new ASSC President. Hugh Helm. The committees are within the six major ASSC departments-student activities, student affairs, public relations, gene.al services a n d student oi"ani/.a tions. Dave Patterson w?.s named chaiiman and Robbin Angelica, co-chairman, of the Homecoming Committee within the student activities department. Cathy Scott was named ¿nairman of the Special Events committee. Chairman Appointed Ann Bevins was appointed chairman and Kathleen Keily, co-chairman, of the Orientation Committee in the department of student affairs. Faye Henderson was selected chairman of the Troy Camp ! Committee, with Bob Chcttle, i co-chairman. Also within the student services department, Marcia Northrup was named chairman of the Troy Chest Committee. and Ken Payne was named co-chairman. Linda Blackburn was selected head of the Christmas show committee, and Beverly Wilson was named chairman of the Greater University. Jim Lewis vas appointed chairman and L11 Ann Walters, co-chairman, of the High School Relations Committee within the public relations department. New Student Survey Committee chairman will be Pete Jacob, and co-chairman is Bill Jobson. Penny McElroy will head the Student Says Indolence Damages ASSC In Final Speech By HAL DRAKE Assistant City Editor Outgoing ASSC President Bill Steigerwalt used his last three minutes as student body leader last night, during the ASSC inauguration ceremony to plead with new officers to free student government from political pressures. Speaking to more than 100 old and new members and guests of 'he Senate and Execu- tive Capinet, Steigerwalt attacked thf ' laziness and indolence" of the student ieatleis that, he said, resulted in his assumption of "dictatorial powers. ' "Student government must be established under an effective stystem of checks and balances so that no organizations, fraternity or political group can be powerful enough to control it," j Steigerwalt said. Opportunist« EXECUTIVE MEETING Incoming ASSC President Hugh Helm looks pleased as he takes over command of student government from outgoing chief Bill Steigerwalt, left. Men s Court Picks New Chief Judges 'Mens’ Judicial Council yester- j preside day named juniors Frank Caput | spring, and Michael Gless as the new-chief justices for the fall and spring semesters. The new' court was announced bv this year's co-just ices Bvron over the court in the Speakers Committee, and Har- Beam and Jim Childs. vcy Harris will be chairman of The new court justices are structures and greater openings ... _ ... , , the alumnt-parents group. Inter- Dwight Chapin, sophomore; Den- than were possible onlv a few’ 1 . , ... . „ , , „»1 „ .. u 1 . _ ---- -------- ms Metzler, junior: and Michael Guhin, junior. Also named to the court as justices were Bart I^eddel. sophomore; James Lewis, sophomore; and Michael Blaker, junior. Chief Justice Caput will serve his term in the fall. Gless will Both Caput and Gless were justices on this year's court. The Mens' Judicial Council tries rll cases connected with student discipline when requested to meet by the administration. A decision bv the court ha* Troy Honors 11 Students With Trophies Eleven student.« received trn-phies for outstanding service to He claimed that the "politi- student government last night cal opportunists" who are put ^t the annual ASSC assembly into office to reap rewards rather and installation in Hancock Au-than give service resulted in his ditonum. personal assumption of many. New members of the Senate duties that were not his. and Executive Cabinet w<*re Speaking candidly without a sworn in during the ceremonies, prepared speech. Steigerwalt ad- which were presided over by mitted that student government former Senior Class President had not done more than apply Davie Barnes, who is currently "paint and gingerbread" to hide a teaching assistant in general a basic problem. studies. "Student government has not Administrative awards in the changed and will not change un- wwnen's division were presented *il you get tired of groveling by Mrs. Kay Chertok, univer-in your own vomit," Steigerwalt sitv director of tours, to Kath-told Ihe students and leaders leen Kelly, staff assistant to present. the ASSC vice president; Cari ‘ People seem to feel that stu- Sam-on. chan-man of the extern-den* government should be a al publicity committee: Catbv road to personal success rather Scott, staff assistant to the than a group effort to improve ASSC president; and Julie Sul-its services," Steigerwalt con- liva-n, staff assistant to the vice tinued. "Is there any wonder president. that we ran find no one outside government who cares, no one Dr. Men'« Divi«ion William McGrath, assist- years ago." he said. First Time He also said that modern architects for the first time in years are really able to express t hemselves. "We are like children just freed from the limits of discipline. We have been freed from the discipline of traditional architecture and told to express nal public relations chaiiman will he Hilda Goin, and AI Bine, external public relations chairman. Personnel Committee Len Biel was named chairman and Alice Huber, co-chairman of'the personnel committee in the general services department. Other ^selection in this department were Salli Allison, elections eommitlee head, and Don finance committee never been reversed by the ad- who will come back to work af- ant dean of students—men. an- ourselves. However, like the 'Gamble child, w e are often not sure of j chairman w'hat 10 do,” he told the faculty ’ members ! Thrpp committee chairman* sl.ips—songfest. rally and foreign students—have not been filled. 1 tv is expressed in many monu- • . . , J | Students interested in these posts should contact Hugh Helm This unsureness and insecur- rett. Dennis F. Delava, a, Joan Ruth Edmonds. Barbara Dale Epstern. Michael Alan Guhin an 1 John Robert Schott land. Seniors were selected from the top 10 percent of their class. Evans leported Thev must have completivi ai least 40 units at CSC «od have maintained a R grade averacc or better. Junior’s must meet a ,\'i grade a vet ~c requirement. Other officers of the Epsilon ehspter Howard Patmorr. »econd vice president and form.'t CSC registrar, end Dr. Colin Lovell, treasurer. Fourth, he told the faculty members that modern architec-t in a I patterns reflect Ihe cur-lent attempts lo follow the path <.f lea>t resistance or follow the citirse that will tiring the fewest problems. Architects seldom ’try to deliberately mirror societv. he -■erted. Thev- are mainlv cet ned w ith desi;jnin£ structures (ie.n-pd by their clients. “However, up often unconsciously mak* illusions to events and things around us." he said. The mirror of architecture often does not express some of as- con- merTts. especially the recent series of works honoring Franklin D. Roosevelt, he added. These monuments ate varied and not very clear, showing a lack of assurance about what to do," he continued. Retail merchandising is loginning to have great influence in architecture. Lyndon said. He added that architects are often asked to help firms, such as large department stores, impress customers by designing imposing st met tires. ASSC Head Earns Award For Studies A§SC President Hugh Helm recently received a $500 award as the outstanding student in the School of Business Administration for 1960-61. The award was presented by the Commerce Associates, sup- ,, .. . ... , oort group for the School of Departmrnt Head« 1 0 y Heads of the six major depart- Busintss Administration, a. t merits who were announced last. am,ufil 1 *e Limit 1 H1 1 in 324 SU. The new chairmen were selected by department heads follow ing interviews last week. They will meet next week for afternoon conferences with the ASSC chief. This v ear’s reties of Facility Luncheons w ill conclude on May 21 with famous art collector Dalzei Hatfield who will speak student organization«. Presiden- on "The Romance of Art Col- j tial assistants are John Srhlaes week are Bob Sangr.ter, student activities; Diane Haiman. student affairs; Konnie Wells, public relations; Dick Sets?»-, ,;en-é et a I services; and Rettv Knox, leetinc. *nd Cari Samson. Blue Key Will Initiate 46 Blue Kev, CSC s chapter of the national mens honoiarv society. has selected 46 new members from undergraduate honorary. and faculty categories on rh^ hase« of service, leadership • r.d scholarship, announced Pres-inwt Carl Viralte. Th# «election w a« rev tew 'vi hv ■ faculty group and .Ttldgf'rl on e«mor>«tTation of leadership a-btljtv their over-otl grade • 'e>-ji» « htch muet Kc hj^+te'' the univerr.tv average. The new' members will be initiated and new' officers installed at a banquet Thursday at the home of Lewis Warshaw, an alumnus member. The new officers are Dave Mayer, president: Ben Rosm. vie* president; Bob Kastigar. treasuier; Dick Setser. recurd-ing secertarv ; and Joe Cerreli. • liHrtni secretary. Th* n»v undetgrarluale nom- H«r» are: PAI I. AIAMNK Outstanding service VERN NASHBV Basketball ROBERT A\ ANT Track Captain STEPHEN R U’H Baseball Captain •I M BERMAN Daily Trojan Sports fHitor CHI f K RITTIf'K Sw im Team MIKE BOWLER Outstanding Service DAN CASEV School of Pharmacy President MIKE COHEX Junior Class Vice President ANTHONY COSSA Senator TOM COSTELLO National Intercollegiate Players President HAI. DR A K F. Dailv Tinian Staff RF.RX \ R 1» F.I.I Spna tor CHICK FOCLGER Outstanding Service >11KE GI.ESS IFC President MM HARMON Junior Cla~s President STEVE HARRIS Yell leader TEH HILL Outstanding Service ARTIE KAV V lertjon Commissioner korfrt KENDALL Senator RRAD LIEBMAN Knights Vice President BOB MAHAN NROTC Commander RICH MIAILOVICH Yell King KEN MOSE Varsity Debate BILL McQt OID Outstanding Service BILL O’BRIEN Footha11 •HCK PATMAN Arhlet’c News Service BERNARD PETERS Outstanding Service BRIAN PETERS Social Studies President JOHN RCDOMETKIN Basketball NED SHANKMAN Yell leader LOI IS SWEET Senior Class PresjH^nt EDWARD T\N N ENRAI M Outstanding Serv ice CARL SKVARNA Outstanding Service BOB WEINER School of Engineering President Honorary members are Paul Comi, drama, and Larry Stevens, merce Associates make possible former All-American. not only these awards, but many Faculty members honored other programs of academic en-w'ere Dr. John Bester, pharmacy; richment. Frederic C. Coonradt, journal- Graduate fellowships. visits ism; Francis Joyce, IFC adviser; from distinguished professors Dr. Robert McCann, cinema; Ed- from other universities and talks ward Rarker. business: Dr. from outstanding academic, busi- James Butler, drama: Coach ness and professional men •lohn McKay, football; Dr. Henry | throughout the rnuntrv are >up Reining, ptthlic aHministi ption; ported by the Commerce As-o-Coach Peter Daland, sw immins. j ciates. he he Ambassador HoteL A similir award for the oul-sianding graduate student was given to A. Benjamin F.hlert, a finance major in the (»rad'iate School of Business Administ ra lion. First Ever Presented The awards given Helm and Ehlert were the first of their kind ever presented by the Commerce Associates. The group plans to make the recognition an annual function. Names of the recipients will be inscribed on a large plaque which will lie affixed to a wall in Bridge Hall. In presenting the awards to Helm and Ehlert, Craig Nason Sr., president of sociaies. briefly outstanding scholastic and tivitv records of both men. "It gives us real pleasure |o present awards of this type to such tine young men." Nason said. "We wish them continued success in their academic work and in their future business careers.” Award Contributions The contributions of the Com- ministration, retiring justice Byron Beam said. Adviser to the mens’ court is , Dr. William McGrath, assistant dean of students—men. Beam said the men for the i justice positions were selected j by exploring the scholarship standings of the individuals and ■ also by considering recommendations. The contestants were i then interviewed and selected, Ream explained. Good Group Beam asserted that the selections had met with high approval and that the decisions had netted a good group. ‘‘We feel that we have selected a sufficient and well-qualified court." Beam said. The new justices will Ire initial ed at a banquet next Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in the university , commons. Guesi speakers at the initiation dinner will be Dr. Rot>-,ert ,T. Downey, dean of students, ! and Dr. McGrath. Also attending the banquet will l>e the outgoing members of this year’s court. They ate retiring justices Hugh Helm. Roy Hindman anrl Tim FJhourne. ter one good look" Ashamed Claiming that he was "sadly ashamed" by the neglect allowed during his administration Steigerwalt pleaded with the noun red the administrative awards in the men « division, which went to Larry Bishop, director of public relations; John Schlaes. director of student organizations; and Don Waller-stein. director of student serv- new officers to work as a team ice>. improving ASSC services. "If each student allows himself to be controlled by egotistic, self-seeking pressure group«, neither he nor the student body will he able lo gain satisfaction from his work,” Steigerwalt charged. ‘‘You have lo give the student something for their money or they won’t care what vou’re doing,” he added. Breed I rider RocU» Sieigerwalt included a strong Administrative awards are presented on the basis of conformity with ASSC polio, administration of new policy established during the term of office and improvement or expansion of an agency. Presidential A w a r«4« Special presidential awards were given to four students who contributed to the student body tbroi*gh a major ‘‘one-shot" effort. They were Ron Chti>man, administrative assistant; Don Camble. finance chairman: Bob plea for responsible political par- Sangster. Carnegie Peace Week chairman; and Carole Whitson, senator from social studies. The president ial awards were presented by Dean of Student« Robert J. Downey, who decided on the recipient« with outgoing ASSC PvfMsident Rill >tei~»r. wait. ties :«> replace the “self-seeking” pr ‘-sure groups. "Parties are essential to the government system as we know it, ‘ he said. “They should be errccuraijed to develop openly arni responsibly _ not forced to nt eprl under rocks " Famed Composer, Arranger To Be Fifth Songfest Judge Jud Conolon, famed composer, arranger and choral director, will be the fifth judge for the 1961 Songfest, to be held ;.t S p.m. this Saturday in the Hol|y-Commerce As- VVU(Xj Bowl, Tim El bourne, Soiig-reviewed the j-est chairman, announced yester-c~ ; day. Con Ion is the final jucige to be to | named to the committee. Johnny Mercer. Frank Comstock. John Scott Trotter and Jeff Alexander « ere announced as the other judges earlier this week. Conlon is associated w! t h Walt Disney Studios and is presently at work on "Babes in Toy-land.” His other film credits ’n-clude "Peter Pan’’ and "Alice in Wonderland.” Choral Director He was choral director for the Bobby Darin television special last January and has worked with Stan Freberg on musical arrangements for commercials. The judges will vote, by secret ballots, ¡or the winners in five songfest divisions plu Sweepstakes winner, who JUD CONLON . . . composer-arranger receive the three-foot perpetual "Sweepstakes Tommy." a rep ica of Tommy Trojan. The five divisions include novelty. men s women’s, small and the mixed choral groups will i The guest conductor this > par- wili be Henry Maneini, compos er and arranger of the Peter Gunn" and "Mr. Lucky" muskal | scores. He was a jurlge foi the 19o9 Songfest. Dr. Robert J. Downey, dean of students, will net as the official host for the event, who is tia-ditionally a USC administrator or faculty member. His predecessors ha\e !kv.'h President N o r m a n Toppi.". Vic® President Tracy Strevov. Chancellor Rufus R von Klem-Smid. Dr. Albert Rauhenhe;rr.er. Dr. Bernard Hyink. Dr. Robe-t Gordon, former dean of students, and Dr. Robert F. Craig. Tickets for the show may be purchased at the USC Ticket Office or at the HoUywood Bowl office the night of the show. Seats are $2.50, garden section: $2, terrace section; and $1.5(^ general reserved The proceeds from Songfest ate donated to Troy Camp for under prr i|p"i-d children of fh» 1,05 Ange|es ar»a.
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 52, No. 123, May 11, 1961|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
Entertoinment Potpourri Fills Calendar
Swearingen Book Views Russian ‘Cartoons’
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1961
Steigerwalt Knocks Lazy Leaders
Phi Betes Set Key Tapping For Topping
^re.'sidtnt Norman lopping win t>t maae an nonoidiy menioer oi riv beia Kappa U)iii„ni ai o:oii in die nit a no jjtciuie rtcom oi uoneny Lioiaiy aunng aie ¿.ucieiy 6 initiation ceiemomes.
I wenlv giauuating senior»
• nd six juniors will alsc be initiated into the national scnolas-lie honorary. An initiation dinner will be held in Town and Gov*n Foyer following the ceremony.
First in lear*
President Topping is the first honorary member to be named in several years.
Registrar David Kvans, secretary of USC's chapter, said that the organization is elijiulf lo name two honorary members each .vear. He added that the campus Phi Beta Kappas' last honorary member was Dr. Tracy E. Strevey. vice president of academic affairs.
Robert H. Finch, former ad ministrative assistant to Rich? d Nixon, will he guest speaker ai the dinner. He will disc' ss the ‘Political Shape of the l%Os."
One hundred and fifty guests, including all Phi Beta Kappa members on campus will attend the dinner honoring the new ,ni-ti«tes.
Dr. James Butler, head of the drama department and tirst vice president 01 the USC chaptcr, will preside over the activities in the absence of Dr- Totton .1. Anderson. professor of political science ;.nti president of .he chapter, who is traveling in Europe.
Certificate? of recognition will be presented 10 each new initiate
• 1 the ceremony.
Graduating seniors w ho will be initiated are Darryl Wilson ^
Adams. Margaret Ann Carr oil,
Patricia ,1. Clayton. Bruce Lloyd Dervving. Carolyn Helene En-tield. John Joseph Faulkner and Judy Ann Friedman.
Other seniors are Bruce Francis Kennedy. Melvin Lloyd turner. Penny Mary Lernoux.
George Dennis Loo. Richard Newby, .loan Carolyn Robison.
Joseph Saltzman, Carole Marsha Spector. Marilyn Joan Spigle.
Robert William Taylor, Pieter Dirk Van Deusen, Michael Arthur Well« and Jerry Nelson Zebra ck.
Junior« ago. We no longer know» the