DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 97, April 08, 1958
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PAGE THREE Students, Teachcrs Disscct Right to Work Law Southern DAILY California TROJAN PAGE FOUR Crew Swaps Stanford; First Time in History VOL XLIX LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1958 NO. 97 Ticket Sale Begins Today For Songfest Un Qum meed th< >r SI T'.rk homegrown Calitormans Lead Troy s Population Norway Song To F di Bovard N orw egian contralto K\a a\son siinx«. i rom In*|- il:«ti\•* N'onciv Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in Bovard \uilitorinili in tin* third of lour S(' '»• liool of Music I'acully Concerts. Miss <• ti»ta\ Non will sin;; ll:ui"tas>a < \elf* li\ Kdvard (•lieg il" native Norwegian, she ill also sing songs in IliO'ian hy (iretchaninov ami Rachmaninoff. airs in lin^Ii^li hy Handel and I’urcell. tier-man lieder by Schubert and >trauss and an operatic aria in Prendi b\ Meyerbeer. 'liss <iiista\*>on will li«> ac-coinpanied o:i tin* piallo by (¿erlr?rd Albershcim. Jazz To Be Played In Bovard Leading Musicians Will Concertize in Junior Class Show Two of the foremost jazz ail -- in the musical Held will be atured in a junior class .laz mcert April 25 m riovard Audi-rium. it has been announced Senil FilzRamiolph, junior ;s> pi esident. Scheduled loi 1 he program are •md Short\ Ilui:- AWS-ASSC Hopefuls Begin Runoffs Today 8Candidates VieforOffice InAWSRace Flections tor AWS oliices arc being held today and tomorrow in 1 lie International Students the modern jazz Lounge on the third floor. Stu- W A i l/o- 10. II Mow \\ !.\ t ’ Mattili» lier professional debili aî tin* age of 10 as a ballet daiiffr. Mi'> (iustavson lias Buddy t 'llctt performed in "Carnifn" with its. all-síais tin* Stockholm Royal Opera, lield. Tickets lor the show will dent I nion. in the O.jai Pesiival in '»outItem California and in “ Xida” under the direction of Toscanini (i 194Í). She joined the S(' School of ' 111 «* i«* facility last fall, follow ill" an evten-siv»* conccrt tour of Ala-ka. ( aliada and Northern Calilor-nia. The concert in which she will participate was initiated by members of tlie S(’ School the of Music faculty to establish nitl a scholarship tund for students Hamilton Quintet in the performa lice fields. At- ti. Ai NYU Honors Two Alumni go tin sale alter I.aster vacation. Eight candidates are win" tori According to Fit/Randolph, the four oliices in the election. the junior cla>s lias been laying Candidates competing are Linda | plans for tiie concert since the Liscom and Kathy Xiemeyer, ii beginning of the y< i i . has president: Carol Howe, vice pres-I'inally been aide to .-ign these! ¡dent: Mary Bustamante and two musicians. Linda Thistle, secretary and Renowned Blower .lanine Govan. Pat Blandtord Collette, master o; flute, alto and Jennese Thompson, treasur- j and various oiiier "blowing in- er * si i unv’iits, is a known artist in Linda Liscom, addi cssing t lie i eld of modern iazz.. Begin- AAVS Candidate'" Assembly yes- : his career with the Chico ■ terday, reviewed tiie aspects of * aroused j AWS. She stated that it is a st in the - oup and in him- rule-making body, ai assoc r.< n self, His duets with Hamilton on of activity-minded women and drums or Fred Katz, on cello, an organization to meet the need weer considered some of t h e of even woman r*t SC. be«t in the early middle .stage .Miss Liseom recommended of model n jazz. communication, unity to bring ‘ It’s a Xice Day with Buddy out ideas on current issues such is one of his more sue- as NSA. scholars!' p and the pot - pi Two former v L. Zuckman and Murra i ( oilet t students. liar- oossîu} albums since his depai »our <UP' mg s\'t< lui from the Hamilton group, motion of an active Shortv Rogers i\e recently been hon- j boen a*kcv figur in women s’.uder and pr if SC pro- Run-off Race To Be Held Tomorrow place in Dc l\VS elee LA! Co Poll Watchers Needed AM' v ice p High >> fiiMils Invited if,i Songfest preparati \ iiinbf rs ored at New York University School ol Law where both men aie in their senior year. Zuckman. named associate ed- ; a I w a y A jazz. His gram?, commercial work in "The Man Miss Liscom was vice pies-with the Golden Army" brought idem of Troeds and Alpha Lamb-piaise lrom jazz fans and non-i da Delta, a member of Spurs, jazz fans alike. He records for Chimes. Amazons, AWS Associ- •d (< aid thaï the: eke is wer îe student to acmi; Psych Center To Offer Guidance »> Psvch April 12 slioi dd r? ing RI S-L’31 1. E> ,1. ‘ going m t!ie r at 37th Pia % The prom a 111. CO Usisi titude, intere st am 1 tei tests and in co»K siri dividi: lai < Dr. Allred ,1a col l)S. ( the eenlor. ' ;aid t hat mgary has (i. India i 67. In- sia 4. Iran 11. Ira< t 11. Is- 21. Italy 1. Jamaic-J 1 1. Jap- 15. Jordan 11. Kore 1 I -m iu O 1 r.1 343. Ku- 1 . L.« t 1 ' I ci I As I ria 1. Malaya 1. Mi exico 16, iinbique 1. Xether lands S. Zealand 6. Nigeria 4. Xor- 2. and Pakistan 19. lore aie 3 from P,i inama, 1 i Peru. U> from Ph ilippines. iia. 3 lrom Singapoi e. 3 from h Alrica. 2 from Spain, 2 i Sw ii /crland and 3 from More Niimhers ic* TUol with 7. Uraguay is i nni-16. Tur- 1. USSR 1. Vcnezue la 1. and udents in ihe vario us grad- school total 4St;7. T stiidonts in tiio C( ile! e are rtniPnt: 1 slur ate Cabinet and AWS Cabin« m is "Shorty Rogers Plays and Troy ('amp as a counsel, ichard Rodgers.” and a member of the Executiv Surprise Musicians Board. —— A surprise group, featuring Previously holding- the office e of the greatest jazz musi- ■ of AWS secretary. Mis* Liscom ms alive, may also appear on *s the recipient of a university i scholarship the Southern California State Dental Hygienist's Association Scholarship and the Ebell Scholarship. Kathy’ Xiemeyer urges women to prove themselves worthy of ' a university education (* Sc graduate, Herbert ,J. Don- "Due to the pressure on ihe talk ol the v\ er. v as recently* appointed per- col'eees of America to admit America are onncI administration supervisor and educate "reatei- and greater t'riends tor us . . . , f(,r <he Pacific Telephone Co. in number.” Miss Xiemeyer said to Dean Lawic its of X\ I. Zuckman the San Francisco area. yesterdav af the Candidates' the Sc hool ol v is s'deeied as an associate edi- Donner. who graduated from Assemb tor of the Law Review, while Trov in 1933 with a baeheb Bring was elected chairman of CA-Victor and his best sellim ilor of NYU Law Review, and i albur Bring, new ly -elected chairman of XYU Law Review, both graduated with honors in 1956. While a* SC. Zuckman was a student senator, a coordinator lor the NSA. stalf writer on ! lf> program thu Daily Trojan and was a member in Phi Beta Kappa ami Blue Key. Bring participated in the work of the XSA and debate activities and he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Kappa Psi. Tau Kap-na Alpha. Della Sigma Phi and Blue Key . As st BEHIND THIS DOOR DOTH LIE—The AWS presidency is being sought by these two campus leaders, I to r, Linda Liscom and Kathy Niemeyer. The winner wiil occupy the Associated Women Students' office, 216 SU, for the 1958-59 school year. L.cctions are siated ter today and ail women students are urged to cast their ballots. Morris i ded elei MONTHLY LETTER Bail In tl \ ot< Graduate Attains High Phone Post Aid •rete p that l nere is a e trend of thought to pia degree in e!ectrical engineering, lower- nuota on wom»n >t the Kditoi al Board. This maga- leaves the post of college rela- for college entrance” zine. published monthly during tions supervisor for the Southern; Statine the college v California area. must use organizations The \rmer Trojan started AWS to prove themselve« work with the Pacific Telephone, able thinkers. Miss Xiemeyer enei of New Wk Law. Co. in 1941 as an engineering as-j advocates holding open I)i ockley \inerica it tie the school year, publishes leading articles on le-jal topics, the Annual Survey ol American Law, the Surv like can- 1» dictatorship disciplm lit ive pe apable ment." essen 11< i ionsIv. Ma La meet-j many . Italy , ings to discuss both campus is- ] other countrw A i student writing on special prob- sistant in San Diego. One of his lems and current cases and book two sons. Herbert Jr., also works| sucs and national issues, such ! this waste, there as the problem of educating the 1 continual in-put lr up or Pacific Telephone. Library Receives Volume Consisting or TR s Pearls outside ! gifted child. j economy of the dictatorship. Miss Xiemeyer stresses hav- Russia Pears Containment , in? "a thinking group first and Will this happen again a doing erorn secrnd who think Russia? Said D Locklcy. what we’re doing.” think that it is necessary Previously Panhellehic pres- Russia to enslave one econoi inent. Miss Xiemeyer has served after another, that each may on the Senate and AWS Cab- exploited.’ Therefore “Rus inct. She has been president of fears containment, and d> v>i Buy M»ro:i important a I Ai abroad, cont i ii 11 a is Bot h w or *1 am inf ept civic i : 11 i 1 11 S t C 1 said Miss I such a large roups ■ : conomiçs ci momies immedi- resentati on. important." I’ro Russian ical party sv political pai ganize and lv bring a y" hurts actions na^e has dent politic: Resides a selor for evi Hunt w oulr istucle to ie tradi-prejudice We calile giv lllg that student Senate new: ered bv ron A better that tld Hot her Y Frost) Club, a memlier of^i,s entire nati pre- lî v II ON V (.OI.nSTKI \ 1 \c Jt' Chimes, Amazons and A I p ha Lambda Delta and served on AWS Associate Cabinet. Wordy Works Read at Noon venting it. The Russian internal ioi fort is. then, entirely agi;i while the United States, tionally. holds the negati titude of leaving the s countries alone until "so else does something contr international public good " we protest, but preferably out armed force. Essential Neutrality omet lung we neet is balanced. Whe not trade their ■cause we produce gs and protect l.ooU at ( Inna \noiivmous Protest a i Ronald E. Freeman. assistali! This "essei professor of Knglish. discussed puts thè Uniti thè works. life and styte of An- poor [losition ' thony Trollooe when he spoke a goal tur w ili' on ‘'Ti'ollope and Barchester.il1*' Ru>'ians 1 Towers" at thè làigli-h Xoon objedives of i Read ings 12:30-1 pi in 129 FU. Dealin^ primarily \\ il st' le of Trollooe and his it India, and at ti atellite countries areas where oui tilde esterdav ploitation. This is ci the But v\p do n< ell- Lockley, that deservedly famous ‘Barsr'tshire’ hungry groun noveks." Dr. Freer rvclr carefully emphasized that "Tiol- tinv ire ano i fertili/ t rad' ire farm help od ii Population Kvpaml' at ion i iroad tha y i requi opogand? ■der to n po mr TR M. DONATED TO DOHENY-Fc National Conservation Wee In % |i ai .rmpt ni.-Hr In -i\: th<~ rea<j,'r a v of ^!] i.iihi^ci rn which Teddv vocalized. Som of these toDics are irrigation, the TR Memorial Ass ait. neutrality, tnr<-st reserves, i commended such activitie Ii i a ni i ,i I ii hi It .| i r- iii < i i.m . In. *C* I I • II rl Jll \\ i-r-1 act ion ia\ conlcrence to lai >ct lor Uctobcr. lop? set his own limitations in his first eroup of novels of any success for lie did not picture what he was not familiar with. Seldom Boring "Trollones position in midnineteenth century fiction is somewhat between that of Thackeray and George Eliot ” he continued. "His novels are sometimes wordy, but they are seldom uninteresting because of the friends o! hungry people deftness of phrasing crentle iiu- ed on an account of hov mor. subtle irony, and inobtru- is to have indooi hathro «iv r* psychological probing." mechanical refrigerator Dr Freeman tol I hn\' 'I'rollopc not cf,iiiz to make n:u had been criticiz'd for his me- sale triculous story-telling, the detail. Another important '■ the over elaboration of conversa- the struggle for alhancf nation professor of geography and act-j mainly those centering around tion and the fu]1 statement rath- “wave of demand" for ood citizenship" If£ de.sci I bed Mié goal ot Ihe rosram as an ai tempi to achieve intelligent, informed and eth- preeenent ot re-counting inf Miss Morris. There will he a special Senate nifftins to ratil' the |:isf election’s results todav at noon. \ 11 senators are rcípiired In attend. GOOD SPORT Baffa Lauds New Officers dution Told ickley. v\ i •V for foil a Founders is nicturrH by the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Association The volume, a 674-paqe compila tion of TR \ writinqs and speeches, is en-titlrr 1 The TR Cyclopean ” William B Wake. assistant to promote his ideas and idrals. th? ivp participant in the Centennial. ?ootI e.iizensmp er than sii '-e-tion o explained the Veat Ion- Cel,-bra- |he u lhr *MmI. |,e' ei: iphas,/ed. 1 t loll Ms "a ^loi d ¡cation ttl ideals i . . . sci-ent *l'i ullime >.n 'cli- ., man ' program as an altempl to achieve , and nol a man. * « mvll terms and sit back and len- “We aren’t trying lo canon- "mtelligent. informed and etli- jo> (hp |Plsure|v tour lhl(( i j/e Teddy," he »aid, "but lathei ical participation in government. Barsetshire.” r indep popolai roup I be c W rural supplies, then we can go into the propaganda market with hope of making a sale. "(>ur American way of life . . is of si id 11 intercsl lo a man fjca! o nd make po jntributions at
|Title||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 97, April 08, 1958|
|Description||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 97, April 08, 1958.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
Students, Teachcrs Disscct Right to Work Law
PAGE FOUR Crew Swaps Stanford; First Time in History
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1958
Ticket Sale Begins Today For Songfest
Calitormans Lead Troy s Population
Norway Song To F di Bovard
N orw egian contralto K\a a\son siinx«. i rom In*|-
il:«ti\•* N'onciv Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in Bovard \uilitorinili in tin* third of lour S(' '»• liool of Music I'acully Concerts.
Miss <• ti»ta\ Non will sin;; ll:ui"tas>a < \elf* li\ Kdvard (•lieg il" native Norwegian, she ill also sing songs in IliO'ian hy (iretchaninov ami Rachmaninoff. airs in lin^Ii^li hy Handel and I’urcell. tier-man lieder by Schubert and >trauss and an operatic aria in Prendi b\ Meyerbeer.