DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 52, December 10, 1957
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PAGE TWO Isms Series Today Dissects Commun-ISM and Social-ISM Southern California DAILY V:' -H TROJAN PAGE FOUR Short Raps Anti-PCC Petition as Harmful VOL. XlIX LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1957 NO. 52 Russ Educational System Analyzed Speaker at World Affairs Institute Says USSR Can Now Rival U.S. Standards By r.FOKGi: P.XPADOPOl i.o Ten million students in Russia are presently .studying English probably to administer the L.S.. Canada and other English speaking countries Kenneth Holland, presidenl tional Education, at the 34t The general theme of ih< ’ hen the time comes.” said )i the Institute of Interna-World Affairs Institute. w Politi B. voi tile sp die the I pre>s. and Air Force from March Field, at Institute. Holland, who recen r«l from t he USSR tide up ,» >lu the j educational e\i n. h «s ihe open <ke iid in Soviet education. It the Soviet educatiot ihe la>i few months, has taught an important lesson to the I .S. The I* S.. he said, is now fac-#•<1 with competition in every sphere with the Russians who have ¿rone "all out to expand every source in educational ami scientific growth.'* Russian achievements, he said, can be traced to their whole-hearted beliefs in a complete support of Children Pack Bovard For Christmas Show Youths Dine, Sing As Guests of Row EL RODEO ron and Vernon Rf “ed The A held tc »day from : 5:15 t o ö Cap Ila choir will sing si in 133 FI I. accori ling 1« i» I Christmas favorites th> World." “It Cai as " h n-lie ('[hiii ^ con tpm cha il ma n Midnight Clear, am a Manger." 1 "Away ill "We 130 apf have receiv dications f< i ed nii i ,re ten emphasized the necessity of an international cooperation and communication between scientists all o\er the world without submission "to commit- ggggj tees and more committees newly formed to help the already bogged-down old committees.'* Looking into the future. Fey-man said that with the help of * highlv efficient and sharply pure science, in 10 years inter-focused educational system. planetary tiavcl will be possi- As for the educators. Holland thermonuclear energy pointed out that the professors could be ‘harnassed to make along with the scientist, re- this world an earthly paradise, reives the highest salary and is However, research and the looked up to by the people. value of questioning already-C'ommunist leaders have em- established authority are the phasi/ed the necessities ajid op- niain t° progress and must portunities of an “intelligentia” j continue. This is w hat pure since the revolution. An ’ lienee is trying to do. he stai- rIhe student petition nio\g* conlorem increase in the student bodies ment to bolt the Pacific Coast Amerian. •-------------------- ----------- He implored the wav pure .. , , ■ i ; , Both indicated that effort H Conference seems to be losin-7 cience was surpressed m Ger- >le i HAT TIMfc AGAIN — Noting tonight s annual Christmas show for underprivileged children is Trojane Helen Chafe, who is placing decorations on the traditional tree. Troy's young guests will attend the play, ' The Plot to Overthrow Christmas" and have dinner at sorority and fraternity houses as part of the Row's contribution. Petition To Bolt PCC Falling Short of Goal lili' Will Be Seen Tonight Tonights edition in ihr Film Classics series presented bv Delta Kappa Alpha, national honorary cinema fraternity, is •'Lili.** starring l^eshe Caron. The movie. tr> be shown at S pm. in 133 FIT. stars, besides Miss Caron. Mel Ferrer, .lean Pierre Aumont. Zsa Zsa Gabor and Kurt Kaszner. Aw aided the Academy Award a« the best musical score of a dramatic or comedy picture for 1953 “Lili” was reportedly almost not released at all bv MGM. However. MGM's f^ars w ore dispelled, as "Lili" became one of the most popular pictures of the year. Admission is ."So cents por prison and tickets may be pur-cVas^d at cither the department of cinema or ai ihe door 1o- Foreign Students Plan Coffee Hour Foreign students will have a many during the last war and iniPetus «since its initiation last -nexv • fU(S| into the lii the way in which the Russians Friday and leaders of the move- Christmas comes early tonight for more than t>00 orphaned, crippled and underprivileged children who will gather in Bovard auditorium for the ASSC Christmas Show at 8. headlined by the student-produced and acted play. "The Plot to Overthrow Christmas.” If the fraternity and sorority houses have their way. the hy a Ihree-member band, which •youngsters, aired 7 to 11. will includes Dick Walker. Don Cu-have as grand a Yule celebration as they've ever had. complete with Christmas dinners. caroN. games and gifts. Prior i<) the play in Bovard. individual houses will sr'rve the youngsters dinner and provide carols. Many oi the croups have liuest Kntertainment planned additional surprises' in Guest entertainment wil the form of “candy Christmas ture a Hawaiian dance 1». trees” and games. Gentry. which tells the st« Each house will host between the first Hawaiian Christn 10 and 1"> children, with Santa a tiula number: a Spanish s!at°d 1o make an appearance by Carol Daniels and p< at some of the partie . entei tainmenf by Clarence Nash. I-rum All Parts ,hp v°iee 1,1 Donald Duck: and lii n i- i Lee Rainer, show producer. Ihe children, all from tne Los 1 Angeles School District, will ^he children v ill go backstage come from Low man School for lo nipet the cast ol the show the Physically Handicapped, following the cm tain and inspect Washington School. McKinley ,llP colorful costumes donated Home for Boys. Variety Boys. to ,he production staff by Twen- N'azareth Home. Los Angeles ,'r,h ( enturv Fox movie studio Orphanag?. Vermont School, tinough the Western Costume 37th Street School did th • West ( ompany Vernon School. Many of ihe gifts which will Campus service clubs partici- ,L> the children were pating are the Knights. Ama- donate 'ons. Squires. Spurs. Chimes. ?'*'er> Phrateres, Independent Mali's mead. and Independent Women s Coun- Valtinio Supervivs led ciIs and the ASSC coordinating This yen's show has been <11-' committee. pervised by Jodi Vattimo. uver- The children are expected to all show chairman, assisted by ill be renewed today 10 get arrive at about -1:30 p.m. and a staff of lb committees and new luel into the Ine by will be taken to the houses for their chairmen, stablishing an additional peti- t|ie*ii* Christmas meal. After <1 in- 130 Women To Compete In Contest Do You Know (And Observe) Traffic Rules? judgi >f th Mi* C'alendai I-:i R< hai miles per hour. sale p< >sit il conte ent lit Mis. ion i♦*»•!. e\p da a th reat as ir : ine i I by Progressi and Tovtovvn W Rose- mi« pure are now undergradin science. "The idea of true knowledge, the goal of 8000 signatures by claiming that they (the Russians! know all the answers, is the end of progress," he said. Before he closed. Feyman ap- ment have called for the student tion on the northwest corner of n0). t;ip Voun‘rstei 1 lie n ■t i t ion." finally planne< ■limiiiation. tli spens0 Oy SC’s cofv an additional day ot essarv. C'arke added. Held on Informal liasjs Today's preliminaries will be held on an informal basis, with the contestants being presented to the judges a few at a time in a judging room s stage. La i t judging will bp in the form of an interview, when each girl will he asked questions by the panel ol student judges. "Today's judging will serve as our first elimination round.” Clarke said. "More will be eliminated each time until we have a group of finalists from which to pick.” Winners at Special Dinner "'¡’lie winning women will l»e feted at a special dinner in their , ^ house, honor to lie held at Julies res- ^ taurant in the future. The orig- ' ' ' inal date of \ns. I util the fifth Inrtli-da\ alter a |>|>l lea t um. \ns. I util th*- second birthday alter application. Council Sets Dinner Date The soph-1 losh brawl and .«[ provai of committee chairmar ship appointments will be dis pting at 7) Alp K body to aid them in reaching ihe Student Union. Student may also sign at a station at The movement snowballed to ihe base of Tommy Irojan. a total of 1S00 signatures Fri- "We’ve got lots ol pencil and day. when first started, but Sen- paper." Baffa and Amerian stat- ^ Bovard at about ript for the play was orig- inai date of Dec. 16 may have nounceo Me apposi be ac- inally w rit ten by producer-direc- to be extended because of the week at a special ping" meeting for tl Clarke added. eompanied to Bovard by the fra- top i.ee Rainer, with revisions large number of contestant ternities. sororities and service hy Rainer and Miss Vat timo clubs. - — —-----------— - Handicapped children will ar- Shovv. Ge B; ffa and Rich ed. e need now* is the sig- pealed to the politicians to look Amerian. report that only 300 up once in a while and see what signed yesterday, indicating that is going on. o.m. and will be 'ated for thr production of "Tb“ Plot to Over- throw Christmas-' at S p.m. The musical fantasv. based on Holiday Lunch Held by AWS complet e tias and AWS A limicoli V’ ill 011 in the ini The AWS Associate Cabinet is ;,v ing the luncheon 111 honor ol di>. Joan Schaefer, counselor >t women; the AWS Cabinet and iie sponsors of the women's ¡1011- guests Bark I equa 11 with d w emb- 3 to 1 indent Ruth will include Mi 'y. Amazon adv Claie. Chini“ a Annette Ingrai Dr. .lulia McCo H rriet Stevei advises: and Mi YWCA executi' 11 ures. If the movement is successful the students may not feel as in acquiring the desired 11 u m- strough about the action as her of signatures, ihe petition ,h,v fiis, did. will be taken to the board of ? hu]; bo-v s experiences of eat- “Evervbodv _ . es about trustees to make them aware of *nS P»ckles and ice cream axi( the situation but the students the students’ desires. watching television he,ore go.ng aren’1 carrving through." said Baffa and Amerian pose this to bed, depicts five cowboys, led Baffa. " question to all students "Do by El Diablo, plotting to ban- "Let's translate some ol this, you want out of the corlerence ( hristmas and do away with talk about getting out of the or not? Let us know " Santa Claus, portrayed by Gary Kvans. The imaginative little boy will l>e plaved by Donald Bramble, and other members of the cast are the cowbovs; Belle Starr. Wally Karabian. genera! conjunction with the Daily Tro- p]aved bv Jean‘ne Bramble; P:i chairman of ihe Gnvtei Uni- jan 011 the campus-wide safe versit y Committee, lies an- hiving campaign. nounced the chairmen of th< < liristmas 1 1 >i 1 Pickle and Ice-Cream will be committees under his diiectioii. The ( hristmas project under Tie t: a flic safetv commilt-',e ihe direction of Chairman Ron- i> headed h,\ Bill S'.eigerwalt. cic Sherman is presentl\ in- ' *’ eiesent is ai • >du^ ii, ^1 • •' • 1,1 1 -j-j dancing el\es and Angus Me* .. Il(| u | p d Tavosh. acted by Mark Mandola. Added attractions include Nine U Posts Told Diablo, the master mind of the plot, played by Buddy Farnan. danced anti portrayed by Marcy Lskow etz and Sue Erst rom. Rounding nut the cast ai-e six Ho AW misi i b\ Col us P moni n flress m their native costumes Among tomorrow's hostesses wil be Antonia Orlc/ and Rulin; Supnet from th' Philippines, am T.ilian Kahn from India. Tliest coffer hours are open to ali sill dents. Of filiali Sol II I 'students with activity books mid holders «it facility books may now purchase rooters tickets tor òli cents fur the Loyola gam»* on Thursday. life. I-!. Ml rooters tickets must b«> picked up bv \\ ed-ncMlay. Krvrrv»>c| lirUris fur S>l and will also be on vale at th» ticket offier. !n<l floor. Si . JOHN MORLEY Invitations were handled by Genesse Thompson and Margie Hirscli. while Stevie Adams and her committee took eaie of the decorations for the annual affair. Yule Food Drive Seeks Support Project toia' in the A.' itv Comi ol family S and G rea 1er it tee-sponsored rive, student body support 'ally needed." said Ron *r. chairman. (Mfiii«il Solili Xttentioii students and fa<--ulty memhers holding activity honks; Coupon Vo. 8 is worth SI toward' the purchase ot a ticket to the SC opera production, "School far lathers,” which will lo* ^iveii at Kuvard Auditorium. Dec. 14. 15 and Ian. :t. TieUel prices are Sl.äO. or S.S. but activilv hook holders may purchase the same ticket lor .‘>(1 cent*. SI or S'i on the basis of one such discount per student. Coupon exchange will be honored only at the time tin* tickets are purchased at the sc ticket office nini such tickets may not I;.ter he refunded or exchanged. •lohn llorlev area for nee search is he i through the churches ol mis area, and once the fan-ih-s a-e dancing by the elves, a gay com-I I on nd 2.) of them wiil be ical sketch by Mickey and Min-j selected to receive Christmas nie Mouse, done by Larry Knud- j dinners. 'on a,1:l Gayle Moss, and ill'1 Another commiti ■ is the cartoon characters. Bugs Bunny’ Row - Independent Co lmiftec. and Pluto. presided over by Tint Deaton. Full musical accompaniment i Ihe purpuse of this -ommiitee for the show will he provided ! is to promote better cooperation Art Featured at Row and the independent members of the student bod., Bloo:l Kducation l*osl Roy Hindman, chairman of the T’lood Education Cjmmil-tee. has the job of leaping SC in its i a led position among other universities in the state La.st spring SC won the state blood drive competition, the first universitv of its si/e .to Philisophy Club Dr. Paul Miller, newest member of the faculty in philosophy, will be the guest speaker at the second meeting of the Philosoph' ('¡uh for Ihe lall semester tor!ay at 4:13 in Argonaut Hall “The Phenomenology of Art is the topic of Dr. Miller's speech. '"Wer v vear a "roup oT Sc’ "This lecture, like prev ious students collaborate to puhlisn ones presented by the Philosophy Scannings, a hand!..k ol SC’s Club, promises to be stimulating past a c h l e v e ni e n t s in many and challenging. said Rafiq fields. This >ear this group will Ahmed, secretary treasurer ol be headed b\ Mike Loshin. Ihe philosophy department. GHOULISH GUIDE—Siark evidence of the rewards of careless driving was on display in front of Student Union as the skeleton horse and ancient to be careful for Satellite Program Blasted Officiali Solici To Ml Residence llall Residents: Many students have inquired about housing in the Residence Halls for the spring semester. In order to determine how many spaces we will have available, it will he necessary Bony Safety Exhibit Rolls Around Campus An fS9(»-vintage hearse diiven • Chargt by h skeleton man and pulled Kaplai by a skeleton horse rolled ont campus yesterday morning in a attempt to attract attention t this years December Traili Salety Campaign. The display, mounted on Lo Sn Va mi Students are urged to ining canned food to the campus and deposit it in the boxes provided in lront ot the Student I nion. Founders Hall, and Bridge Hall, he added. The drive vv ill run until ihe final day of school. Dec. 17. and "¡lad the project been given dinarily he doesn't believ e new' "After y ears t tne co-chairmen. Ron Sherman our complete attention from the of scientific projects should lie government for being too seen I. and Ron Mitchell, hope that all very beginning." said I-Iyde. "it kept from the public, except for they are now complaining bribe SC student body will sup- would have deserved a lot of military secrets. But in this cause the L. port it j publicity because of its probable i case the Russians already had ret enough. According to Stewart Ihde. success But since the project a successful satellite up s,i ¡1 assistant professor of telecom- had such poor handling. 1 think was foolish for us to make so mimical ions, the w hole program we should have kept our mouths much “noise about our own.” of the U. S. satellite launching shut I l1P newspapers ate in a Hyde went on to say that or- strange position." said Hyde if criticizing the hasn't been sec- ad lier iiidled "verv badlv for you to have your applica- Refill! lions in the Housing Bureau spoils« bv Ian. Ii. 19.->X. Your space , It s will lie held until this date alter which time the room will be available to general appli-cat ions. Thank you again for Ihe cooperation you have always show n to us. Mrs. Pat Arnold Director of Housing. Lit t ruck. i haptei l 'ouncil. iC Vr Ied jointly t gcles Advertising Greater Los Angel the National Sale Don Perkins, publicity rela fions direi tor for the Greatei Los Angeles Chapter, -sairl thal the display began its tom yes terday morning at the L.A Police Department. Harold W Sullivan. Deputy Chief it Lines, v xiiihit. »politali Mtentioii t.etfer The t he Put A Sanity Clause in Holiday Driving'
|Title||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 52, December 10, 1957|
|Description||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 52, December 10, 1957.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
PAGE TWO Isms Series Today Dissects Commun-ISM and Social-ISM
PAGE FOUR Short Raps Anti-PCC Petition as Harmful
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1957
Russ Educational System Analyzed
Speaker at World Affairs Institute Says USSR Can Now Rival U.S. Standards
By r.FOKGi: P.XPADOPOl i.o
Ten million students in Russia are presently .studying English probably to administer the L.S.. Canada and other
English speaking countries Kenneth Holland, presidenl tional Education, at the 34t
The general theme of ih<
’ hen the time comes.” said )i the Institute of Interna-World Affairs Institute.
pre>s. and Air Force from March Field, at Institute.
Holland, who recen r«l from t he USSR
educational e\i n. h «s ihe open