DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 110, April 30, 1958
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PAGE THREE Criticisms Move Cinema Students to Action Southern California % trojan PAGE FOUR Mike Castanon Second In CIBA Standings VOL. XlIX «•O'1 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30. 1958 NO. 110 Senate May Buck Nuclear Testings Daily Trojan Editor To Request Resolution lo Push Disarmament A resolution requesting the Senate to go on record as brin^ in favor of agreement between the atomic powers of the world to cease nuclear testing will be presented to the ASSC Senate tonight. The motion, to be introduced by Daily Trojan Editor Jerry A Burns, will a>k that Recordings of Songrest Now Ready in SU Poor Trojan Chest Perils Troyditions Pies for the event have l>een ¡1 o n a t e d by Holms Bakeries. Seventy pies will he auctioned off. and the highest bidders will have their pick of 32 faces for targets. Baring their laces tomorrow will he Bruce Biinn. Stan A r k i n , Mike Navarro, it un- harry Knudson. Gary Pubin. 1. the Arnie Pope, Walt Williams. i red Trojan Chest Will Sponsor 150 at Camp 'l;tnv Target- scott hit/! kin. Barbai O’.Mara. At Wynn. Lon Adams. Mai ner. Dayle man. Dennis "a, Chuck Lichty and The tare» cial pr d u Mr. Trojanalitv ( ontest Barney Rosenzweig will en io Píe Throw inc e\onf rdings were made ecision microphones hi-fi recorders. 'I'he is done in Hancock Sonjjfest tickets are on sale at SC Ticket Office on second floor of the Student Union. ‘,n All seats are reserved—SI. 50 sei and SI.0(1. Songfest is May 9 rn' nt 8 p.m. in the Hollywood tes Boh I. a,i' tnmendations t h a t tho eounseling service ho revamped i:i tho light of thos« answers will ho mado b\ IR Président Ron Mitchell, chairman of the coun-sebng comnvtlee. A report from tho Spirit Commission will ask that the sélection of a doc to re-est-Thlish tho George Tirehitor tradition be lurned nver to the Knights. The service organization would thon et an ali univorsitv- con-simiiar to the Mr. Trojan-racei to soloct tho campus' SC DELEGATES—Represent! g China at the eighth session of the Model UN, SC's representatives are holding a conference to decide which way they should vote upon an issue before the fl vote are (from l-r) S Young and Joel Fi Heather Campbell a Internationals Give Coffee Hour Today SEATTLE MODEL UN Delegates Play Collectors Wanted Blinn said that any wishing to assist in da: SU at 9 nr 10 a m. toda- 1 !< the playback. 1hey are míe <if the liest record-r made of Songfest.’’ ole -os. ; Sp There is only a limited mini- ,ei lier available. The albums ran m ho purchased from the Songfest to ropresent a t i\os in campus livin groups, or from any Songfes committee member. They n!;o bo purchased in the Student Activities office in the Student Union. most popular canine contestant Other act ion on measures Hostesses from Japan. M passed during the recent ASSC China and Lebanon wil elections will request next year’s among the many foreign Commission to hold in National Chinese RI One hundred and fifty underprivileged children will experi- now bent» • ence their first summer at camp northwest n rnor r t ■ next August, thanks to contri- fnjon a close butions of SC students to Trojan V\ith Da\e White rhest- ! Alpha Phi. ahead Sof ('no of the five charities spon- 1 entry Barrv Freeman sored by Trojan Chest is Troy Delta Pi's Mu: t ax Ro Camp, which i11 lie held at "Rut it's too earh Camp Buckhorn in Idyl wild. definite trend ” Blinn orson The children attending will l>e terday. “and each cam room from S to 12 years old and are a chance of winning n 213 ,n screened by the Troy Camp leaders. Freema n ; Col- counselors. headed by Abe Som- slipped slightly and U? will pr- Dan Cassidy h? at “The children chosen will he np a few votes, ddod. those who have never been to Kiv<*-(>nt Vnti col- camp Ik1 fore and who are finan- The Mr. Trojanalitv iltaet cially unablo lo attend." Somer to the candidate Chi said. "The children chosen will the most five-rent vot ' he also be those in need of guid-. said M< ed ila. be The Republic of Ch , of refraining fr< rom taking iui io * ni sent in native dress to- firm stands on UN* controversies "in the w as modified last week by SC s a problem i s delegation to the Sth Annual representii u- Model United Nations session. issue here The Model UN was bold from experience YWC.V 1enis ws and select songleaders day at the coffee hour presented time for ’ho football season by tho International Student's begin in the fall. Coun ASSC President Larry Sipes, dent s Lounge lrom 3 to 4 p.m his final report ot the year. All the foreign student’s or- Wednesday to Saturday of iast pate your experience vv nav w ill present a summation of this ganizations on campus are work- week at the University of Wash- valuable. Senate activities: ranging! ing together lo present this cof- ington in Seattle. Moral \ icfory action on the Pittsburgh fee hour for SC studenls as part SC's 10-member de ident to action on the International Student's Week, was headed by R Mi at ion I. Al- qi Qualified Counselors This year's Troy ( amp will p ofler the bo'■ s and girls chosen * from the I.os Angeles City ” Schools eic't days of swimming, hiking • including a 14-mile overnight hike', camp fire activities ihrovving Contest. V\ith group singing and skits and scheduled for today an athletic day. Troy Camp's ivv, has been changed own OLmpics. • and Friday in order liet with the Trojan Band concert to ‘ he are Bob S Harris Hr B von Kle Willv Chon and Do pa Gan Vie Throwing ir alhum wot •e de- NSA pilot campus project. Posters of manv nations will 'ltv signed by the Songfest pi corrimi too. The albums are S3.30 a piece and are available in approximately 1wo weeks.. AWS POSTS OPEN cm her repc ^residents of the classes, schools md campus organizations. wind-iig up the final activities of will come from decorate the walls and cookies of various countries will be Applications Available For Cabinets, Courts attending were Joel Fischer, at an Afro curitv Council; Susan Shriner, ing the I' •onomie and Social ( ouncil; sion. The C t George Young. Political and So- caucus sue o hour should be curitv Committee, Avis Bouttel, Neutralist rv colorful." said Faranak Economic and Finance Commit- move to a laffari. ISC president and for- toe; Heather Campbell, Social ; policy tow jn student's representative. Humanitarian andCultuial om- tudents from man'' different mittoe; Dean Kirkpatiick. 1 i u>- Committee; Dorothy on, the cai A si TF Frosh, Soph Shun Braw! Plan Picnic Uhi w hen 1 right t< day ( 'at Wo countries have consented to wear teeship native dress. The council Schrader, Ad Hoc Political Com- vor ot has invited many people includ- mittee; Geoi go Papadopoulo, „atf to leave. in„ the ASSC Senate. Larry ( ounsel to tiie Intoi n-i>lonaI lis was ,i g > n Si}»es. Scott Fit/Randolph, Joi^ Court of Justice; and Jeanne toiv. i1 lU< ■ • Burns and Starla Coffee. Bramble, alternate. Practical Kxperience business there M the "The Republic of China's very place.'' existence depends upon its sup- Beacon of Freedom rt by tho Western powers." As delegation charim; chairman Ron Mit- one of the five permanent 'Tins is 1he last coffee hour of ihe semester. All SC students ns will l>e available to- posl of justice for sophomores are invited to come and meet \WS Cabinet. Associate and juniors and clerk for pres- the foreign students," Miss Ghaf- P°r and Judicial Court, lent freshmen. A grade point of far; sajfj .delegation 13,1 chell declared. "For this reason tries of the INsSi •k up petitions at 12.2 is required. Hostesses will he Akiko Ko- the AWS Ihoy must Monday. Positions Include nr re in 216 SU and urn them bv next lit has been the policy of the cil, Mitchell deli Chinese delegation to refrain at the first plr its policy too the General As; I AWS \WS Associ; satani orient sistant I AW on the 't are as-irman. asín. poster 'hair- AW a re Pi lan, act lv itv bun assistant ma lan and scrapbo st of the duties of each of ficos will t>o posted in tho office where the petitions Applicants for Associate Cab- mine. Japan: Josie Mee, Manila; j inet must have a cumulative 2.3 Anita Doe and Mary Say, China; grade point and 2.3 is required ! and I^eila Abou-Hardar, Lcba- from expressin for applicants for the cabinet. 1 non. ^ firmly in most commn_^_- COES AGAINST U S WISHES J.C. Student Tells Troeds About Travels in China Tomorrow will dawn upon i'"and so did many others.” With- I Lane decried what he called millions of persons with a wild I in two days. Under Secretary of a "greal misunderstanding >e- He ex- presscil ( mna s nit sires for peace. "Since the bleak Communism ongul mainland, many we-despaired at the fu dom in Asia. They I a defeatist attitude, titude is unjustifiot the beacon of free Republic of China burn." he said. Ticket Ruins Spokester's Night Ride Mtlioiigh SC has almost as manv bicycles as a (log has fleas, this means of transportation is not without its |iroh-lems. Naval science student Vrnie Samanlich learned this the hard way last week when a policeman stopped him alter a night class and cited him for fo:ir offenses. Samardieh. a member of I’lii Kappa I’si fraternity, receiv*‘d a ticket for ( I I not coming to « full stop at a boulevard stop sign ('J) no lijjhts, (3) no license ami (il carrying someone else. The ticket induced considerable ra/./.ing from fellow students an cost him SIH. The Frosh-was post pon» because of r; 3 p.m. Frida as a TGI F C day i party f. The progr; t w I en dor on and varioi I lot dogs so agf sold xerl ons open Worn- and colorful profusion of red Stale Christian Horter sent tween the Soviet Union and this y flages. slogans and songs. For it word to tho American students country. He desctibed miscon | is May Day. one of the brightest that their passports would be copiions bv both Russians and Consui Labels Brazil Future World Power Twenty-six SC students, chosen for their qualifications as counselors, will direct the children. "The children will have more contact with the counselors than thev do their Sunday school teachers during the entire year." Somer said, "because they will he with us for eight full days, not just one hour a day once a week. Wo will also be able to guide them in other situations besides that of a classroom, nod Times. Guidance Trov (’amp had its beginning in 19*9 when a group of students sponsored a group of 30 underprivileged boys for a week in tho mountains. The idea has (>f the freshman rla'v' boon carried on since then In the cost of the braw a Ifiiib two camp session were jsh the class treasury, held in Barton Flats with 100 The climax of thp girls attending one week and 100 will come bo's attending another. who total At the Barton Flats camp, throws a there was one counselor for ev- in the facf the losing Tun Cl a events and ed at the event. ins' A car caravan from SC "Aside from the good times Gnffj,h park „ ]p.^p h# we vvore able to give the ehil- , ,., ,n ,pp ,, dren." Somer said, “we were ^ thp vvomf>n!- sof t ba 11 gan also able to <Tive them guidance , ,__. , _ Hisn <iiiir _■ - scheduled to begin at .i pm and confidence that they do not-------------- get at home.” "Troy Camp s expenses have FaCultV To HeBT increased with the cost ol living." Somer continued, and we R a y ^ 0 n }-| Q j m e T *ry live campers. I.ast year, the co-edueational ■amp was ho ! < J at ( amp Buck-iorn with 130 children attend- io Pn ,o 11 Judicial Court include ihe U(,,^PIS' holidays in Communist taken up and that they faced j American.« Newmanites Will Hear Sociologist Father S. J. Humphreys, associate professor of sociologv at Uovola Universilv, will speak at tonight s Newman Club meeting at S on the lopic. "The Whole Man in the Modern Society." Father Humphrevs received l'.is BA. at Gonzaga Universitv. M A. in philosophy at Gonzaga, M A. in socioh Universitv and I possible prosecution under thp | "We both have our propagan- ty, ...... Americans these association with the enemy act da machines, otherwise we people, their foreign ideology if they accepted the Chinese of- wouldn’t have some of the pioh- ountnos. To most md their itries are almost for. lems we have todav', ’ he sa Dczmandcck Stresses Latin American Country s Size, Industrial Progress in another world, but to the "I took the tour because I felt Lane told the Troeds of his Brazil has all freshman women of Troeds it is that I had an opportunity to see light 1 Ai ig they are able to pic-Iter after listening last Dick Lane, one of the ricans wl 4St summer. Lane liesi-speak with great au-ahout either the Soviet »met hint e el belief in greater exchanges be- necessary to become a power, said Brazilian •Id though! thi visited Red optional po There w; ut ion of barge, but few Americans see tween th two countiics as a l oa inai and because I trip had great edu- le. Red China) and because I to peace. He to.d them ot Qenera] pk3ul I t he ve of American jazz terday to the Lati trv' and seminar group aft that he them a film depict in Soviets ential." among other things. ; no resulting prose- "This is a gteat co lie students on any he said. Lane said ab their passports were ur have a great deal to show^. Red China, but what pickod up. Lane said that when favors a plan for the t . S. the US and subsidize travelers from Last.... ho wish to see Ameri- such a s ut I three solid months as th juest of these countries: From July 2S to Oct. 19. 19.'iT at Fordham Lane roamed from Iron Curtain doctorate in to Bamboi ........ Pozmandr n without extensive ho arrived back in hose fields has spent presented his passport-lo the an- hurope vv free thorities at New York harbor ca. but can’t afford the tremen- that Brazil tiles with 100 per ( 'lemon ts by 19ti0. "Right nf)vv,” he nachines manufacti ire lieing imported ■fi States. And tbr hat not e v e r v I tod 11 nt Bra zi ire almost completely dependent in contributions of the student >odv and from Songfest to sus-am the camp. ’ s Also in the running are Don- • r,is Fagorhult. Alpha Gamma f Delta; f>r. Paul Saltman. Delta j Gamma; Dan Cassidy. Pi Beta r l Phi; Rink Babka, Kappa Alpha Theta; Sal Osio, Alpha Fpsi' A. S. ded. "IBM d in Brazil the Unit- Max the parkins KYK. Petev’s Burge nsore 1 bv Toi >n Hall Alpha as proie? and the his Ph D si tv. Frr as Dean at the Fat odi Delta, oja na I i t y award fr< >lps-Terki ig group mnsoring ded a trop Adi OXf officer looked up and said. ' ,lous cos,s involved m transpor- intentions, for the Bi t he "Oh. vou're one of them,” i.nd lation. His costs for six months Europe wen* only S690 from stitution is tb >s un- world that forbids u; jv at Harvard Uni ver- again, and his i m j si k the passport. He has writ- 1,1 urtain and back ten to the capital for renewal of the time he left Los Aii-,i c " his return, and the round- lions upon cow cost emphasized with the un< He r of the Amor- -til long after their normal time and the Catho- of adjournment. •lolios. Invited iiuests iccting ai 7 3(| The Troeds were awarr tli^t s Novena the American students who ac-of the Blessed cepted th? invitation of thp He is a mon Iran, tho Pacif lie Sociology Prior to thr r m., thrrr w and Bénédictin Sacranienl Refreshnients will Chinese délégation at the W’orld career ci bo served after the meeting at Youth Festival in Moscovv last the Newman Cenler. summer to tour Red China did Th.s S tturday, liie Newman vo a^ainsi ibe v,ishes of the U.S. c lui ià ot £.i Los '. iife'eltr*5 < iiy 1 «cpai i nient and tt.i < ')l!et;fc* h1.'“ 1 Îilis i.cnll lait" I CCII iil h:; ilit: i anC- il.' ( - *1 le ■ c V. i ! ; 1 il Si - ,1-v. le.,-.,;.s f , goillti hlld h t Engineers Initiate sions kept the passporl and is confident it •stions un- will l>e returned in "a year or 'r'P l,oni Leilin to i , . . . . , him only $45 thanks lo the So- and pointed to its industrial v iet government. | progress since World War II. "Brazil occupies half Ihe territory of South Ameriea and its population of 67 million people makes it the seventh largest populated area in thp world.' ice or with the United Nations. Tau Beta Pi. national engi- he said Brazil^ < ou i^suppo: a He is of medium height, tends neering honor society founded at population <>. h lo look thin, we.!rs glas'-es and S( m 191S, initialed .’•* new Brazil s industri.ilization is revere iidi dark blond hair. W’nen members la-t Saturday. ducin- the dependence ot tbe his speaking to the Troeds he v>a; Candidate» qualifying for country upon the production of le- wearing a coit.>n 1 ¡¿raiiinn tuliv membership came tiom liie up- coffee, vvhich up to y\orld \v -tr shirt ("ibat I paid loo niticli i»m eighth of tbe junioi class 11 was its on'v soin.e of income ‘C rea t Misunderstanding* Dick Lane is 20. a fir>-t year I urloni at I.ast Los Angelos unior (ol ogp (“it's only a mile . house") and plans - NgW Members T in the foreign serv- ito Pel still reflect tbe 17th century Portuguese and Spanish civilizations. New industrial cities like Bolo Horizonte, only 30 years old with an ever-growing population of 100,000 reflect the im- Tr pact of the Brazilian effort tor modernization. ¡}c v Belo Horizonte, a city made at 8 out of ‘‘scratches," was shown gui as an example of tbe work ul l Lia-iiian creative architects rii.e citv of sao Paulo, wit! Ministers Speak To Public at Y 102 Eligible for Knights, Squires Mai M 'I signed up as soon ms 1he money for” SIS i that is o mese made the offer, ' he said. . his souvenirs. and tbe upper fifth class in «ngineerim the senior De will be am!* ian i and His I inverse will •ussod at the spring ban- ' . Knigi f tho Student (ouncil on . . in today. Presi» >e hold at the local ^W- total of 1 will be open to thp pub- fests making h thp admission price set interviews anr cents. Ceremonies wili be- §hip in the gin at 5 pm. and senior ipeahin? i>n tlie topic will be Names, art the P.ev John Burkhart, pa-tm Kiut. bi > »>t 11< « Ui Presbytei ian students l<r S.,ine 3H Willard 1 ìeer of the physics de- ioi men i)tutli partment; and Charles Ley ba. plica..ts and professor of metaphysics at li- Sijuue ap[>l¡< ■
|Title||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 110, April 30, 1958|
Criticisms Move Cinema Students to Action
PAGE FOUR Mike Castanon Second In CIBA Standings
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30. 1958
Senate May Buck Nuclear Testings
Daily Trojan Editor To Request Resolution lo Push Disarmament
A resolution requesting the Senate to go on record as brin^ in favor of agreement between the atomic powers of the world to cease nuclear testing will be presented to the ASSC Senate tonight.
The motion, to be introduced by Daily Trojan Editor
Jerry A Burns, will a>k that
Recordings of Songrest Now Ready in SU
Poor Trojan Chest Perils Troyditions
Pies for the event have l>een ¡1 o n a t e d by Holms Bakeries. Seventy pies will he auctioned off. and the highest bidders will have their pick of 32 faces for targets. Baring their laces tomorrow will he Bruce Biinn. Stan A r k i n , Mike Navarro, it un- harry Knudson. Gary Pubin. 1. the Arnie Pope, Walt Williams. i red
Trojan Chest Will Sponsor 150 at Camp
scott hit/! kin. Barbai O’.Mara. At Wynn. Lon Adams. Mai ner. Dayle man. Dennis "a, Chuck Lichty and The tare»
Mr. Trojanalitv ( ontest
Barney Rosenzweig will en io Píe Throw inc e\onf
rdings were made ecision microphones hi-fi recorders. 'I'he is done in Hancock
Sonjjfest tickets are on sale at SC Ticket Office on second floor of the Student Union. ‘,n
All seats are reserved—SI. 50 sei
and SI.0(1. Songfest is May 9 rn'
nt 8 p.m. in the Hollywood tes
Boh I. a,i'
tnmendations t h a t tho eounseling service ho revamped i:i tho light of thos« answers will ho mado b\ IR Président Ron Mitchell, chairman of the coun-sebng comnvtlee.
A report from tho Spirit Commission will ask that the sélection of a doc to re-est-Thlish tho George Tirehitor tradition be lurned nver to the Knights. The service organization would thon et an ali univorsitv- con-simiiar to the Mr. Trojan-racei to soloct tho campus'
SC DELEGATES—Represent! g China at the eighth session of the Model UN, SC's representatives are holding a conference to decide which way they should vote upon
an issue before the fl vote are (from l-r) S Young and Joel Fi Heather Campbell a
Internationals Give Coffee Hour Today
SEATTLE MODEL UN
Blinn said that any wishing to assist in da:
SU at 9 nr 10 a m. toda-
the playback. 1hey are míe