Daily Trojan, Vol. 41, No. 76, February 15, 1950
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4 .■v ' ~v'M ' * * ___- * *VfV • - __ enate Probes Parking Survey xJautfiwH- Daily rojan Vol. XLI Los Angeles, Calif., Wednesday, Feb. 15, 1950 No. 76 SHIRLEY WILMORE NANCY HAZELTINE MARTI MARTIN ueen of Hearts Competition ters Semi-Final Round Tonight Marriage Series He/p/u/ Hmt5 Lectures Start On Studying Dr. Mabel Grier Lesher. who U. A\/nilnhl& I conduct the AMS marriage se- 1 V UVr /"\ VLJ.LLLA.kJIt DEE COOPER niel Hour pens Series ith Politico his is the greatest crisis in the or},' of civilization; never before ecordeci history has any crisis guests at tonights dinner, this faced any people." h these words Brig. Gen. Herts. Hoidridge (retired), Demo-candidate for governor of Tnia. opened the spring se-r Hillel Hour series yesterday. (More Pictures on Page 4) Competition for the “Queen of Hearts” crown goes into the semi-final lap tonight when three finalists will be selected from 10 contestants at a dinner held in their honor at the Sigma Phi Epsilon house. The three winners from tonight will be guests at a dance in the Mayfair Room of the Beverly Wilshire hotel Saturday. One of the women will be crowned queen, with the other two as .her attendants. , The semi-finalists are Shirley Wilmore, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Ann Curtis. Delta Gamma; Dee Cooper, Gamma Phi Beta; Danny Danforth. Delta Delta Delta; Nancy Hazeltine, Kappa Alpha Theta; Scott Cummings, Alpha Delta Pi; Barbara Kiggens. Pi Beta Phi; Marti Martin. Alpha Chi Omega: Nancy Weller, Chi Omega; and Dot Cer-1 qui. Alpha Gamma Delta. These remaining 10 were chosen ! from a fieid of 31. two from each sorority house, which was narrowed at an elimination dance held Saturday at the Riviera Country club. ! SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 14— Judging is made on the basis of <r.P>—International Longshoremen’s beauty, personality, and poise. and Warehousemen’s Union Presi- Dr. and Mrs. Albert Zech will be dent Harry Bridges testified today j “the union will not wither away” in NANCY WELLER Bridges Says Union to Stay will conduct the AMS marriage se ries, comes to SC recommended by the American Social Hygiene association as an expert on the problems of family life. Her first talk of the marriage series will be given at Hancock hall tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. on “Changing Roles in Modern Marriage.’’ These talks are a continuation of Dr. Lesher's work with students in other parts of the country who have desired to know more about the problems of marriage. She has taught accredited courses in social hygiene at Rutgers university, the University of Utah. Temple university, and the State Teachers college of New Jersey. At present Dr. Lesher is acting as educational consultant for the American Social Hygiene association and as chairman of the advisory committee on social hygiene j education of the New Jersey State Department of Public Instruction. Dr. Lesher first became interested in the problems of family life when she was a senior in college. and it was in China that she became active in the teaching of social hygiene. As the wife of a Baptist missionary she was called upon to fill the breach left by disappearing social customs which had segregated men and women prior to marriage. The authorities believed that education in social hygiene could take the place of those customs. Dr. Lesher introduced the subject into the mission schools of Chest Fund Cash Will Benefit Many A tentative plan for the distribu-principal topic was “The In- i tjon monCy collected during the Empire. ’ meaning a few j xr0jan chest drive Mar. 6 through hy families who dominate the jq was announced yesterday by W. i's economy, newspapers, edu-j-p Terry, faculty adviser to the iai institutions, some religions j canipus charity campaign. •hort. practically every’ phase j (Subject to the approval of the erican life.” , ASSC Senate, the money will be dir e general warned of a gradual | vided among the following organi-tcward thc rcnaziflcation of zations: any, which he said was ac- Troy camp. 50 per cent; World said BndSes attended a Communist sponsored by our State De- Student Service fund. 30 per cent; meeting in Philadelphia in 1943 at ent. YWCA. 10 per cent. The Red Cross, a national CIO convention. Bridges support of his contentions, j Community Chest, and March of ral Hoidridge said that John 1 Dimes will be recipients of the re-cCloy, American high commis- maining 10 per cent. the event he and his co-defendants, swatow, South China. Later she j J. R. Robertson and Henry Schmidt, originated similar courses for I are found guilty of perjury and American children at Shanghai, conspiracy. Upon returning to the United Bridges, charged with lying at his States she became social hygiene naturalization hearing in 1945 when instructor for the junior and senior he swore he was not and never had high schools of Camden, N. J. prior been a Communist, admitted “there to teaching at universities, were a handful of Communists in | 1 — the ILWU.” But he added, “They If last semester’s grade point average has led you to believe that your study habits aren’t all they should be, a pamphlet now available at the Counselor of Men’s office, 225 Student Union, may help you with your homework. Entitled "Hints on How to Study,” th,? booklet is printed and distributed by Phi Eta Sigma, freshman scholastic honorary fraternity. Suggestions on how to budget time and plan work, ability to concentrate and read efficiently, and the art of remembering are offered. The importance of goals, study rooms, note taking, and gccd health is outlined. Some students may be surprised to learn that a minimum of 25 hours per week for class preparation is necessary for good grades. Althc-ugh scholarship is not the only objective of college life, it is the most important one and will require some effort, the booklet points out. Preparation for examinations should begin early in tfie course, it is stated. Perhaps this booklet may be just the thing to facilitate your preparation. Robinson Hails Josiah Royce All-Americans To Speak at YMCA Smoker Three former All-American footfall players are scheduled to play a prominent part in the YMCA orientation smoker tonight in the student lounge, 7:30 to 10. Fred Naumetz, Tom Fears, and , . , Dick Hoerner. members of the Los ministration officials. Angeles Rams football team, will Bob Padgett, committee chair-conduct a discussion on football man, said the $4925 request was NSA Question To Spark Debate by JACK YELTON A crescendo of verbal volleys is forecast for a special ASSC Senate meeting tonight when the legislators will resume trigger work on the touchy matter of whether an NSA affiliation question did or did not belong in the parking sur- --* vey> ▲ C C A I The meeting will open on the AS5C Asks More Money In 50 Budget A tentative ASSC budget for 1950-51 submitted yesterday to Bernard L. Hyink. dean of students, j from"all quarters! by the Senate Finance committee, contains an overall general fund increase of $925 above the figure actually approved last year by ad- same note that closed proceedings late last Wednesday and sent various factions away buzzing among themselves. This after-midnight ending found Frank O'Sullivan, Greater U committee chairman and commanding general of the parking survey, backed against a wall and defending his work against onslaughts and will attempt to answer all questions pertaining to football. Fears, All-American UCLA end, broke a long-standing professional pass-receiving record during the 1949 season. FILMS TO BE SHOWN Hoerner, the Ram fullback, very close tc the sum mentioned by last year’s Senate for the current academic term. “This total, without being intentionally so. is within $25 of last year’s requested budget figure," Padgett said. He stressed the fact that the achieved All-American honors budget request represented a bare while at the University of Iowa. His team mate. Naumetz. who became an All-American center when he was at Boston college, is now Ram captain. mimimum essential to proper and fitting conduct of student body affairs, and mentioned that “rein- Howard Kotler, IFC representative. assailed the report because O'Sullivan's workers failed to consult the Senate before phrasing the questions, and Senate Vice-President Ellen Potter objected “because it violates the basic principles of polling.” MAKEUP QUESTIONED “I think that Allen Arthur is doing a fine job in the Greater U parking investigation,” Kotler told the DT. “What I object to is the overall makeup of the survey questionnaire The Senate was not given the opportunity to check on the j various questions, and the result was that some having no bearing , . , , .. , whatsoever on the parking problem vestment of student body activity appeared.. ‘ - . money into worthwhile student! Two football films will be shown functions is a sure and certain way I Miss Potter said the survey du- in conjunction with the discus- ditions. It is open to all men students. ■Harnr Smith, freshmen football can't do much, the best they can do is stand up and talk at union meetings.” Regarding earlier testimony by prosecution witness Michener, who was asked if .he knew Michener was a Communist. “I didn't think he had enough New Shows Hit KTRU Air Waves “Josiah Royce gloried in the fact that he was a Californian," was i stated yesterday by Daniel S. Rob-I inson, director of the School of Philosophy, in the first of a series of five lectures for the 40th semiannual Philosophy forum at Bowne coach, will talk about his friend- , ship with Howard Jonse and will Dr. Robinson went on to say. participate in the discussion._ “Just as New England's gift to ^ philosophy, Jonathan Edwards, is j MZM 1 generally conceded the title as the foremost American philosopher of to build a friendly and interested plicated efforts of an earlier Mor-sion. The first film will highlight student body." tar Board P011 of 500 students, re- last year's Ram football games, Perusal of the proposed budget 1 sults of w hich ha\ e not been made while the other will be a complete disclosed that practically every con- public. technicolor motion picture of the stituent body of the ASSC made ; Ron Crawford, El Rodeo editor, 1950 Rose Bowl contest. . a request for an increase, but only | dropped his attempt to keep the . A narrator will be on hand to a few were granted their entire committee from releasing the reexplain the details of the various upped figures. P°rt before it was accepted when plays in the Rose Bowl film. He j in addition to an increase for President Bob Padgett said that he will also point out some of the 1 the general fund, $850 more was would not be a party to “with-more interesting and .unusual asked for the university recreation , holding information from the stu- fund and $500 additional for stu- I dent body." dent body rally and entertainment COMPLETE REPORT DUE functions. The social fund request | O'Sullivan meanwhile has said was cut by $150, while sums al- ^at Kotler’s questioning of the located AWS and AMS remained SCientifiC aspects of the survey was petuation of the ideals of the the same. partially answered Monday by a YMCA and the name of Howard “I am confident.” Padgett said, from the research institu- Jones. i "that the administration will con- tion of c T Gilliam and Associ- Tonight's smoker is intended to cur with the opinions of the fi- ates whiCh termed the validity allow new men students to become nance committee that these figures j ..soij<j *> acquainted with some of SC's tra- ; represent a minimum for essential student functions.” points of the game. COACH TO TALK The Howard Jones Memorial YMCA is a campus organization whose prime purpose is the per- Alumni Will Hear Faculty Speakers our colonial history, so California's gift to philosophy, Josiah Royce. eventually will receive the recog-1 nition he so well deserved, as the Station KTRU, • 50 kilocycles on foremost Amirican philosopher of the campus dial, returns to the air j QUr nationai history.” today with a flood of new shows, | Qr Robinson wras a student in j Notice ...... T. , ,, talent, and ambition. I Race's last class of advanced logic Ir for Germany, is a former Limericks for the slogan contest of what it takes. It takes a lot of. Topping the ]ist of hstening fare : at ‘ Harvard university. ber of the Dillon-Read Invest- will be accepted until tomorrow aft- courage to be a Communist and j is «.Wjiee> 0f Fortune.” broadcast '_—____— house. Men like McCloy, hav- ernoon in the Trojan Chest office take the beating they take—those from ^he wagon Wheel cafe on i ilways dealt with the cartels of in the student lounge. The writer fellows take a lot of punishment.” ! university avenue each afternoon, j tany, are interested in their j of the winning lines will be awarded J he said. . | 3:30 to 4. featuring interviews with j th to i-he exclusion of every an all-expense-paid evening at the Questioned about alleged wire- Feb. 22. Washington's birthday, will be a university holiday. All offices will be closed on that day. (signed) A.S. Raubenheimer Educational Vice-President Gilliam stated that the sampling was complete and that errors resulting from its unscientific nature would amount to no more than 2 per cent. 2234 DON’T KNOW Senator Warren Scoilin said last Dr. Frank C. Baxter, Jeff Crav- night that he was not surprised ath, and Arnold Eddy will be the at the number of “don’t knows" on principal speakers at a dinner the survey question of affiliation meeting of the South Bay Alumni with the National Students asso-club to be held tonight at 7 at the f ciation. (Results showed 2135 for, • Palos Verdes Country club. j 901 against. 2234 not knowing.) Baxter will speak about recent «jfS sunply a lack of informa-activities at SC including the cur- tion about the NSA and how affi-rent building program. liation would benefit individuals Cravath will show slow-motion here,” he said, color films of the SC-Ohio State a breakdown of the answers on game and comment on the pictures. Ir consideration, said Hoidridge. Tneral Hoidridge was graduated [ West Point and subsequently (ht social sciences there and at mbia university. He has, in the campaigned against the Army > system and compulsory mili-training. a result of these widely ex-?d views the general has fre-|tiy been referred to as the ce General" and the Iral" Ambassador Coconut Grove. Dr. Thienas Hurt In Auto Accident tapping. Bridges said. “I’m not against any method used to fight e pionage. but the best way to tap anybody's wires ig to claim you are fighting Communism. That is what the Germans, Italians and Japs did." ' Earlier today, the defense lost its students on campus. Another aspect of the new pro- ! gram will be the prizes awarded I to the participant who best answers the Question of the Day. “This is the first show of its type to be broadcast on the SC campus.” said Station Manager Bedford McCoin, “and we hope to Dr. Clinton T. Thienas. head of the department of pharmacology attempt to introduce evidence to have a big crowd on hand every back up a claim that the FBI taps I day.” Student and taxicology. returned to his home yesterday afternoon from the telephones or teletypes belonging to ..GIs Good Samaritan hospital after suf- j Bridges and his union. fering a bruised chest and broken______ hand in an automobile accident i Sunday afternoon. Dr. Thienas' car was wrecked in a crash which occured at Wash- Union Committee will meet in Jcamp president and director ington and Hauser. He expects to j the Senate Chamber today at 2:15 ications may be filed with Bob return to his classes tomorrow. p.m. :ett, student body president, | _.._ will conduct interviews today tomorrow in 233 Student Union een 3 and 5. Plication Noticc Today s Headlines bv UNITED PRESS KTRU Music Director Al Reiman and Spccial Events man Bob Heath will alternate as master of ceremonies. Outstanding record-; 'of the '20s will be presented by Cliff Rettig and Vic Knight tonight at 6:30 in their half hour showv “The Collector’s Corner.” For sports lovers. KTRU will bring to the air lanes Ernie Beyer and Bob Erburu with 15 minutes of campus sports news every Thursday night at 6:45. New Medical Science Lab to Open in March this particular question among larger schools of the university has been made available by Arthur, vice-chairman of the Greater U committee: LAS—629 for, 286 against, 936 , not knowing. Education—264 for, 62 against, 329 not knowing. Engineering—229 for, 120 against, j 528 not knowing. Architecture—90 for, 23 against, ; 208 not knowing. The Louise E. Kerckhoff Medical Now being remodeled, the two- en new quarters, replacing, its pres- ent inadequate housing. Dr. Robert Barden, editor of the SC Medical Bulletin, -a quarterly Sciences laboratory, which will ! story building contains 18,030 house some of the SC's most im- square feet of floor space at 734 portant research projects, is sched- West Adams boulevard. The house uled to open early next month, it was given to SC by the late Mrs. publication of the School of Medi- has been revealed by President Kerckhoff. | cine, wiil have his offices in the Fred D. Fagg Jr. Among the activities slated to be new building and will conduct re- SC’s renowned electron micro- , carried on in the new laboratory is search there, scope work, carried on by .Drs. research work in biochemistry un- Data obtained from recent tests Daniel C. Pease and Richard F. der Dr. Harry J. Deuel, dean of the Qn human centrifuge will be cor- Baker, will be moved from its Graduate school. related by aviation medicine offices present location in the Hancock The Milk commission of the Los uncjer £>r Charles F. Lombard. foundation to the newr laboratory. This is the project which produced the world’s first photographs of genes last year. Additional research will be car- Angeles County Medical associa tion. which recommends standards . of purity for grading milk produced | ried on *** physiology, pharmaco -throughout tlie county, will be giv- ! ogy, anatomy, and botany. Churchill Atom Oath tudents who expert to eom-t* tlie requirements for teach-or administration credentials h the university recommenda-in June should make appli-tion beginning on the date> d order listed, eneral Secondary, X-Z Today eneral Elementary, A-M Tomorrow eneral Elementary, N-Z Friday :ial Secondary, Music Monday ial Secondary In Art and Business Education Tuesday Application is made in 35? Ad-nistration. 9-11:30 through Sat-day, and 2-4:30 through Friday. 1 applications must be complet-by >Iar. 13 if prompt delivery the credential is to be made, (signed) Dean, School of Education EDINBURGH. Scotland, Feb. 14—(UP—Winston Churchill pledged himself tonight to seek “another talk with Soviet Russia.” in an attempt to stop the atomic arms race, if his conservatives win the Feb. 23 election. Anyone interested in announcing for KTRU, campus AM station, should apply at the station, 638 West 36th street at their convenience. Warren Slot Bill SACRAMENTO. Feb. 14—(UP)—Gov. Earl Warren will again urge the State Legislature at its March session to pass anti-slot machine bills, he announced today. China-Russ Pact Eddie Ash. Trojan Owl columnist, will present his ‘ See Here" column to the radio audience from 7:45 to 8 p.m. every Friday. “KTRU is attempting to present a program schedule designed especially for students," said Dave Moody, program director, “and we would appreciate suggestions from the students on what type of shows they like.” Jim Lawrence, chief engineer, MOSCOW, Feb. 14—(UP)—Russia and Communist China f said .-We have been troubled by today signed a 30-year treaty of friendship, alliance and mu- faulty reception in the past but I tual aid. believe we have taken care of that. The agreement piovlded tor mutual military aid in event if anyone living in the campus area either country Is attacked by Japan or her allies. cannot get ktro, call me at the station, PR 69558. and we will try > /• ■ to correct the trouble.” UN Needs Curbs --—-- WASHINGTON. Web. 14—(UP)—Elder statesman Bern- Petitions ard Baruch today called for immediate steps to strengthen f0r the student Union Commit the United Nations by curbing the veto power and establishing an international police force strong enough to halt aggression. tee will be available today in the Student Activity office, second floor, Student Union. Klein to Tell Work Of Psychologist The work of the psychologist will be described by Dr. David B. Klein, professor of psychology and director of the Psychological Service center, at today’s noon luncheon of the Men's Faculty Club in Elisabeth von KleinSmid hall. His subject, "From Socrates to Carl Rogers—An Introduction to Personal Counseling." will deal with problems in personal guidance. Dr. Klein, formerly of the University of Texas, is a nationally known specialist in mental hygiene. “In particular,” Dr. Klein said, “I want to bring out the fact that the trained psychologist does not go about his work in fhe 'Mr. Anthony manner.’ Good psychological counseling, in many respects, resembles good teaching." PRESIDENT FAGG announces thai the Kerckhoff laboratory pictured above will provide 1800 feet of much needed space for the use of university medical laboratories. The house is scheduled to be opened early in March and is located on West Adams boulevard. DeBoer Sings in Concert at Noon The weekly Music at Noon series will continue today in Hancock auditorium with a concert presenting violin, piano, and voice selections. Eugene Shepherd, violinist, and Jack Crossan, pianist, will play Mozart's Sonata in A and Hindemith’s Sonata in E. Hendrik de Boer, tenor, will sing Dvorak's Gypsy songs, accompanied by James Low at the piano. De Boer sang the lead in Benjamin Britten’s comic opera, "Albert Herring.”
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 41, No. 76, February 15, 1950|
|Description||Daily Trojan, Vol. 41, No. 76, February 15, 1950.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
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enate Probes Parking Survey
Vol. XLI Los Angeles, Calif., Wednesday, Feb. 15, 1950 No. 76
ueen of Hearts Competition ters Semi-Final Round Tonight
Marriage Series He/p/u/ Hmt5 Lectures Start On Studying
Dr. Mabel Grier Lesher. who U. A\/nilnhl& I conduct the AMS marriage se- 1 V UVr /"\ VLJ.LLLA.kJIt
niel Hour pens Series ith Politico
his is the greatest crisis in the or},' of civilization; never before ecordeci history has any crisis guests at tonights dinner, this faced any people." h these words Brig. Gen. Herts. Hoidridge (retired), Demo-candidate for governor of Tnia. opened the spring se-r Hillel Hour series yesterday.
(More Pictures on Page 4)
Competition for the “Queen of Hearts” crown goes into the semi-final lap tonight when three finalists will be selected from 10 contestants at a dinner held in their honor at the Sigma Phi Epsilon house.
The three winners from tonight will be guests at a dance in the Mayfair Room of the Beverly Wilshire hotel Saturday.
One of the women will be crowned queen, with the other two as .her attendants. ,
The semi-finalists are Shirley Wilmore, Kappa Kappa Gamma;
Ann Curtis. Delta Gamma; Dee Cooper, Gamma Phi Beta; Danny Danforth. Delta Delta Delta; Nancy Hazeltine, Kappa Alpha Theta;
Scott Cummings, Alpha Delta Pi;
Barbara Kiggens. Pi Beta Phi; Marti Martin. Alpha Chi Omega: Nancy Weller, Chi Omega; and Dot Cer-1 qui. Alpha Gamma Delta.
These remaining 10 were chosen ! from a fieid of 31. two from each sorority house, which was narrowed at an elimination dance held Saturday at the Riviera Country club. ! SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 14— Judging is made on the basis of