DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 94, March 26, 1958
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3000 Expected At Polls Today Southern DAI LY TROJAN VOL XLIX LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1953 NO. 94 62 Candidates Vie For Office In 2-Day Race ir Candidates State Piatiorms Pro idcntial candidates George Baffa and Scott FitzRandolpli in an attempt to clr. r tlir c'.mpu.s political air have oruan’zed a platform which they wish to follow if elected to the ofiice ot ASSC president. Thev list the following: ciokok km i \ It. ( hange and improve (lie system of ye.’I kins selection. I.) Lstabli.sh specific jobs for senators. '!.) Decentralize the polls. 1.) Carrv out the voters* wishes in the coming eleetion including songleador and George Tirebiter issues. .*».) Establish high school seminars through which the academic leaders at Si (;m expound the values of SC and a college education. 6.) Further interest in student government and its projects b> inviting campus groups to Senate meetings and sending senators to campus groups to speak. 7.) Have more and shorter Senate meetings. S.) I’ack legislation for university-recojjnized politic:«! parties. 9.) Initiate more charitable projects such as Trov Camp and "Operation Christmas Spirit.” SCOTT ITI/RANDOLPH 1.) Orientation and guidance program for freshman and transfer students for their first year at SC. ■J.) Policy statement formed by students a n d admin sir.»iion on student privacy in university sanctioned living groups. .■».) Formation of soccer team for foreign students. 4.) Assigned counselors for all students. 3.) Controlled survey of representative students from a I I areas dealing with their problems at SC. <i.) Setting up of a Sounding Board, consisting of administration and students, to air all student problems. 7.) (¡router student voice in all matters concerning our academic environment. 8.) Direction of student government’s efforts toward education?.' evaluation. ?♦.) Separate transfer orientation pro-g ram. 10.) Bringing more student activities back to the campus. ALL S QUIET' Senate To Discuss Parking, Politics AWS Blanks Now Available Bv l.\lïi;\ I ISI1KK A report on summer student lllgllt 8t i The rc|K) Petition« will I»** a \ :«i I a It !•* everydav this »col, for women wishing to run for AWS offices. They ma> he picked up in tlie AWS office, ’!1H SI’, organization of parties HIU* must l»e returned In noon pus was defeated. The’ Friday. .v ork travel committee is still studving the 1‘ovitions open are those of lade at what possibilities of ad opt in” the prcsidfnt. vice president, sec- of the (iuie1- partv system to tlie campus. retary and treasurer. To qual- sipe> to Flv ify the president must be a Other business will sr e 1he ap- senior during her term of of- pointment of Joel Fisher as Sen- fi< e aml t!,e vi<** president a ite parliamentarian. Fisher will junior. Candidates for serre- atrd itI' les; _’ii r>ei' cent o pected to flock to Alumni Par!-today and tomorrow to cast tlieii votes on 10 ASSC offices am three Senate questions. The polls at Alumni Park, »ii reetly in front oi the Dohen; Memorial Library. will l>e opei lrovn 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Ii ease of rain, voting booths wil tie mo\ed to the Student Loiini', on the third floor of the Studen t'nion Building. Sixy-two candidates appear ot the ballot. At least four or five others have indicated that tlie; are w ri re-in candidates. Senate Questions 'Fiie three Senat«’ question' which will serve onlv to rocom i rebit» III n. ir v Nu ( amp ■ ignii>” Mi once - approved, often - disc u.-songlee.der referendum. (>n Senate questions ballot, propositions appear as follow 1. Are vou in favor of si leaders? Y Awards 5 Trophies sCO t he dates ss Mi ded ma’ be missed In th« m; and the v ote invalidated said. I I» to Nine BLOOD DRIVE—Four Trojans display the;r arm bandages after giving a pint of that precious red liquid. The four men above. Delta Tau Delta fraternity men are ¡eft to right Donors Steve DePatie, Ralph Irwin, Mike Bell and Pete McGeaqh. if t lie s been ommit- w it r V Fe Kui ts I>ogue. v owship opp uim pi sities "A . \ is over Ilovv ships a\,-niable C Ptesi- I’arhing Problem uldition. we hope ippor Los At oughout tlie ities of this concerning will also l*e Sipes said, es Ci tv Míate Permit* er to the I lint; 'place Joe Agapay who was isqualilieii from holding tlie of-ce after deficiencies in his ualifieations were turned up by 1 e c t ions Commissioner Pat Washington. D C. where he will be one of four college students interviewing Dr. Richard Porter on 1 he Co'iege News Conference over the ARC radio network at 1 :30 p.m. FST. Porter is satellite director of the International Cieophysical Tiie students will ask Dr. Porter. who is currently engaged on a project concerning a flight to the moon, about ihc implications of satellites in the future. Loyola Dean Will Speak Tlie Reverend Alfred J. Kilp. S. J.. dean «if men and professor of biology at Loyola L’niver-sity. will speak on “Man and F volution" at the Newman Center at S p.m. todav. lie will explain how scioltisis. tlvologists and philosophers tary and treasurer must have compieteti ‘!8 units. The four newly elected officers will attend the regional WVS convention at Washington State College in Pullman, Washington, \pril 17 to '!<(. Trojans Smile, SENATORS DEFEND BAFFA; Nurses Smile, slam SIPES' endorsement Blood Flows By AKMIDA TELLEZ The nurse in the Red Cro The endorsement oi presiden- i A tial candidate Seott Fit/Ran- (j, dolph by ASSC President Larry Sipes and Vice President Starla Coffee was called "unfair, illogical and basicalh' unirue." and ! of tlie sideni while FitzRan dolph <lid not. Amerian ques tioned this, saving "FitzRan dolph has done nothing outsidi ¡or class while at SC t he Career Test Set in April and just what h: class done this year?" Arkin also pointed out tint as Junior Class President Fit/Randolph "has enacted no important legislation this vear." uniform was making attempts ••without precedent in recent at casual conversation as she times" by two ASSC' Senators briskly adjusted the needle and yesterdav who came lo the aid container that would soon hold 0j- candidate George Baffa. a pint of the coed’s bloou. Independent Mens Represen. The coed was tense. She stai- tativc* Stan Arkin said that Sipes ed at 1 lie ceiling and avoided anci Miss Coffee tried unskillfullv looking at her arm as slip lay cover up the poor political < ouncil Denies Baffa Those troubled about their ca- 0,1 llpr hack on 0,10 ol 1,10 1a,)les tactics used in tlieir endorse- ‘The junior class council, on recr field now have a chance se< UP 'n ,*lf* hasemenl of the nion( ;),1(i neglected to point out w hich Fit/Randolph denier! Baffa vsional testing and University Methodist church. that Fit/Randolph's opponent, membership, has l>een inactive Moments later, ihe container George Baffa. his a campaign and virtually non-existent this The sroilp vocational guidance was filled Will, dark led fluid. program whirl, is basically as year." he said, -while Baffa has program of ihe P^veholosieal i and the coed was helped off he -ccire as !• uzRnmlolph s If he. n active m polices and has ^ ; i , * * t »hie and guided to another thev cant use fair principles. asserted himself in student gov - Center is conducted on campus tame anu „unurw 7 ,, . , , . , . , , was one dav each semester This ’able where other blood donors they shouldn 1 have endorsed ernment since his freshman spring the tests will be given sealed enjovmg cookies FitzRandolph at all." he said. vear." and orange juice a reward \n “Throne Soeeches" Poor laste for their live-saving contribu- Senator-at-large Rich Amerian Arkin said that the endorse- tions. also sharply criticized the two ment itself was "negative and in Blood War student <iffieials for being on- poor taste" in the way that naking speeches from Sipes and ?.Tiss C'offce attempted to "throw in” part of FitzRan- The YU’CA announced tioph winners of its annual carniva hold last Friday night. Alpha Phi won the award fo the most appropriate booth fo its game "Around the World in In voting for SO Feet ” The most original itor-at-large. si prize vvt nt to Phi Kappa Tau for to fill in the so its u; me "Knock tiie Satellite canrluhites and < »lit of its Ot bit.” The Spurs of preference, and Knights together won the less are permit most humorous award with their candidate is t . game of throwing ballons at tictdar preferer darts. No b-.Ilots nr The Ski Club claimed the most bent. Miss Mot beautilul award when they sold At the polls s snow cones at a Swiss chalet, all books at thr The sweepstakes prize went to the ¡¡oei the Student Council on Religion sent th for its penny pitching booth. Dean's The award for the most profitable booths is yet to be made because not all bills and statements of receipts have been turned in. Two groups. Kappa Alpha Thetn -and Kaopa Kappa Gamma. donated $10 instead of submitting an entry. '1'iie judges were Dr. and Mrs Russell Caldwell. Dr. and Mis. Robert Vivian. Shirley Barkley. Marilyn Hammond and Grace Simms. •‘V’ president. are Hskel e\t to th* removed nui stati ID e-< rl whi ID • l-ed lor profe.' counseling. Werkmeister Tells Philosophy Theories An tf Cov. Team Interviews Kilp diu Ins graduate biology at Fordham and taughl at Ihe of San Francisco he- scored ig to Loyola. He was given »rofessor of biologv at with i April 12 at the center. The M-'i service cost is lo be paid in advance. It is the same service given to individual stu- , drills throughout ihe vear for' Semi-annuallv. Sc soonsois a gagr m 825 and to non-students for S3.Î. I blood drive to add contributions . ,he thron Dr. Alfred Jacobs, director of 1° 'be bank. This year Ihe um- A president should use above doiphs platform and )OCi u. e the center, said that testina the ' versity accepted the challenge of declaring himself for one par- j was generally a "semantic tn- group to"èiher cuts costs "thus UCLA to contribuie 1000 pints tieular candidate." Amerian said, unmh" for I- it/Randolph, permiting thè low fee The’group to ihe Bed Cross in a "blood- calling the endorsement just "pois limited to 30 students. less" blood war. liticai maneuvering. ill lie^m at Q Although only !-’< students wr’ |1|'< lo 11 - . . , , . r.ir.,1,,0 f.ords b\ the a student bodv president has to candidate as Sipe i April 12. After time out | Jad s,-nid apè, noon SC handle both administrative and | day." he said. ic ■ 11 "‘«H continue to deadhne Mondaj J1^1’ • “ ronresentative duti-s ” he said. Arkin expressed the hope that Bringing to a close the 361 '\,IN s ’! ino ,tlirlpn,s contri- “He should not be iust a ‘nice the “prestige inherent in the •' li-Annual ^hilosophv nmg when 190 stud it. ■ , , . .. ...... <u. *cce u¡)¡ n,)t cause the series, the philosophicallv-mim excused himself Ik The te^tin lired and comprehensive if German philosophv n bv Dr. William II. sophical Werkmeister diivctor of the Dr. Wet SC school of philosophy, in an Harpma unscheduled, impromptued -1> pe opposite dissertation in the final lecture He tef* i of the current spring forum se- lutionar' ties. was published Substituting for the German Since Dr. W nrof°ss(»r. Dr. Gerhard Funke. at the Fniver> Dr. Werkmeister not onlv srvike Harnmann. his elusions abou! Kantianism m the excerpts and theoiies of Im- past recollect king wit 1 ideas meist» 'd to I book Neo-K; in the current trends of the Gei . man philosophers but brought i It would be impos'ibl use either one of the platforms that as a criteria 1») judge the best did v ester- 3,1 other renow n philosopher Bet and manuel Kant. Aristotle. Hegi throughout the a ;e> \fter tlie tests nave been w i tlv w as si ill considered contributed blood on the first dav of g".'’ but one w ho can carry ihe ASSC office i ii ii n position throu 'h" voters to lose tlvir ob.iectivitv ed piofessot. idual appointments the iour-oa> tone . , Poor Class Leadership in making their decision. fore his speech b- emphasi/i lors for intei prcta- students w lsiung o Tn lhn Sines and "I personally do not believe the fact that he "hoped the a students vv i 1 I lie a >r interprcta- (III will be on campus todav lo interview student' interested m Federal employment. Frank Mason, head of the leam. said that twice as many Tiojans have signed up for the interviews this year as did last year. He poii .oyola for ten years prior to his not ippointment as dean of men Iasi Following novena and benedic-on of ihe Blessed Sacrament I 7:30 p.m., there will be danc- d discussion of tlie íesults. d that Baffa Í that Fit/Randolph has shone dionee would bear with h I bilit v he did not have Dr. i ke s 1 : out lhat the icnt situation , might have n interest in ment. Fx; I »cop »r for ’.st i a- lion I rom the Div ision of Base and F.ill 'iv il Aeronauti Personnel iplvi¿ me Official Noi ire Veteraiis attemling school under P.I.. .*>.*»<1 shoiihl non pick ti|i Iheir attendarn e fornis lor thè month of March in thè Ofiice of \ eterans Mlairs, Basement of thè Coinmitns. 'Illese fornis should he with j imi at yoiir last class meet-iii”s for thè month of March su that yoiir instructors can si"ii llien. crrtil.viii" >our at-telldallce tur thè W Itole molltll. Tliev should he returiled to thè Office of \eteran Affairs as siimi ;is possihle after \nril I. The deadline fnr returning t 11 e m i* A | »ri I lOth. '¡’|ea*.p note that thè Office ni Noterai! Affors w ili NOT ho open atter 5:00 during thè w eek of Easter V a e a t i o n. Iiirnis can lie l'r-t iiruid thè tu I l(i\l III “ Hrrl, W il Iloti I lui il slllp In >iill. Klwvn E. Broolis Xssistaiit Registrar Symphony Orch. To Play Tonight quently bis entire speech would I.e his own thoughts and conelu- Students wishing to make con tributions can go to the Red In the endorseme. C'ross unit in the University Miss Cotfee declare The tests and counseling re- Mc,hodl?t rhureh. sit w. 34th lacked the sxperience which is | Baffa this year either in a nor , I a t o aptitude, interest and tom- morninc of any day noies ana < perament to the individual’s ca- *1hjs "¡veck_ The unit starts its - ■ - - --------- --------- ------------ operation at 9 a.m. Students _ . —, • « \A/ Who did no. sign UP during the f-Qreian OTUdenTS Wanted A- the audience soon found pledge period are invited to j ^ Df. p-un;.0 - manuscript was uiil 'cfcnnnan!'"' At FutUTO Senate MeetS "'lln^'r''his Ihnugh.s and phi- \ ermont (enter losonhv. v\as discussed concisely Students aie also u mm» ( Foreign student attendance at | great number of foreign stu- with special emphasis on th • SC Senate meetings .s the aim dents usually complain of the that h° was the founder of how phenomenology, a radical school observa1 ioi He told a student was said i sa rv to d< ophies. •The fir and Time.1 sense of Marti rl T also reminded The School of Music will pre- tha) thoy can make donations sent the University Symphonv Orhestra in the Concert under ihe direction of wj]] 1>r counted in SC s race against t C LA. Painless Process The tension h a d disappeared sity Symphony at ,he Red Cross c’enler. 1200 of ^ proiiram being prepared by apathy that U.S. students si Annual Spring s Vermont. These donations George Papadopoulo. public toward them. This therefore Ingolf Dahl, professor of music, tonight at 8:30 in Bovard Auditorium apaoopo relaions chairman of ate. The purpose of the p Papadopoulo Offi^ml Soli«:« "Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 and the coed felt neither dizzy to *10*P .oieign studrnls undei in F Major” In J. S. Bach will nor weak. The process had been s,f11ui the workings of t .? . stu- lie the first selection. Harris painless. In fact, she felt rather (,on' government. Goldman, violin: Don Leake, good because her contribution oboe: Fred Bergstone; French might later save a life, horn: and John Wunderlich. But the story docs not end French horn, will be featured, there. Her pint of blood was Guest conductor will I»* Hans labled and taken to the lied I.ampl, lecturer in music. Cross Regional Blood Service where it was processed and re-I >«»| | eorded as a deposit in SC"s blood Canterbury Club bank. The Red Cross Regional Blood Easton service distributes blood and its derivatives without charge to Dr William H. Easton. SC the sick and injured in more professor of geology, will be the than 130 hospitals in two local third speaker in a series of “Con .counties Blood donors too, can v «riiatloliS w it ll t .ii 1111 \ ( biiri'li Vv 11 lidr:ivv I hr 11 i i>n11 ilm I h ill meii" hr Id at 1 Ijc t ’ 1 nt<-rbiirv without chai r Hi ca-c «< f emer Assoc iation for ^in^scopal <tu- g*‘iicv. Members of tlv i” imme- dents at S.’>l W. ,'ititii St., al ti la «hale family can rcccive the to S tonight. blood of thev need it. is sen- a chance offered lo them by the student bodv of SC to get them n ¡s acquainted to I*.S. educational life. “Moreover, it is an ojxmi invitation to get them to take active part in student politics and recreation. I! they fail to do so thev will be lietraving part of their objective in coming to the I’nited Stales." The goal at tonight s Senate meet nxi is to host L'0 foreign students at a dinner and Senate Meeting. The Public Relations Committee will bri^f the foreign students on the basic differences between student government in .bib onm Phe Easter recress will he from M o ml a >. March 31 through Sa’imlav. April ~>, 1 n.i8. ' Classes will he resumed Europe and in the United Slates Monday. April 7. s° that the>‘ Ul11 understand the All Administrative offices basic procedures of the meeting, will he closed I ridav. April I Diirimj the meel¡r,g. foreign iludt-nis rua\ i»rlate a11\ t|tirs-tlnlis I hrV 11 liIi| ba\c to lneiu-bers ot the committee. Atter the meeting the senators will »jiic.s-tion tiie foreign students. hud S.ilmdav. \pril .», IÜ.18. 1. < . Bollini E. I>. Phillips V. s. Kaiihenhcinier Official Soli« « \ rTENTlON \ ETEKAN's: V11 students registered under PL .’».10 who have deterred tintimi accounts are reminded that the tirsi payments are due on nr before March 'îfî. 1!t.'>N. Pavments inaile after 'larch will he subject to the S.”> late payment fee unless an extension has been granted by the Office of Deferred Tuition. Payments may be made in person at the Office of the Burvir or checks and money orders may he mailed, marked to Ihr 111 trill loll uf t hr Km ■s.u'^ Oftur. B. Iv. ( ulv rr and Pltmi M. Phillips Uni' e there m^ste i the open
|Title||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 94, March 26, 1958|
|Description||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 94, March 26, 1958.|
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3000 Expected At Polls Today Southern DAI LY TROJAN VOL XLIX LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1953 NO. 94 62 Candidates Vie For Office In 2-Day Race ir Candidates State Piatiorms Pro idcntial candidates George Baffa and Scott FitzRandolpli in an attempt to clr. r tlir c'.mpu.s political air have oruan’zed a platform which they wish to follow if elected to the ofiice ot ASSC president. Thev list the following: ciokok km i \ It. ( hange and improve (lie system of ye.’I kins selection. I.) Lstabli.sh specific jobs for senators. '!.) Decentralize the polls. 1.) Carrv out the voters* wishes in the coming eleetion including songleador and George Tirebiter issues. .*».) Establish high school seminars through which the academic leaders at Si (;m expound the values of SC and a college education. 6.) Further interest in student government and its projects b> inviting campus groups to Senate meetings and sending senators to campus groups to speak. 7.) Have more and shorter Senate meetings. S.) I’ack legislation for university-recojjnized politic:«! parties. 9.) Initiate more charitable projects such as Trov Camp and "Operation Christmas Spirit.” SCOTT ITI/RANDOLPH 1.) Orientation and guidance program for freshman and transfer students for their first year at SC. ■J.) Policy statement formed by students a n d admin sir.»iion on student privacy in university sanctioned living groups. .■».) Formation of soccer team for foreign students. 4.) Assigned counselors for all students. 3.) Controlled survey of representative students from a I I areas dealing with their problems at SC.