DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 49, December 05, 1957
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C^3l ifornia daily trojan VOL. XLIX LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1957 NO. 49 PCC DECISIONS STUN TROY BLOODY CLASH Knights, Squires In Grid Rivalry Apology Sent By Monarch. Ills 11 it; ll Mrs*. ' 11H! I: I \ Vli-dallali. Crown Prince i>l Mor-ond, lias \ t »* II11 *-< 1 ;in aptdo-gv mi if of his father. King Mohammed V, for not being :ihl** to attend tin* rn ep-tion Monday given *•> his hon-or bv the Aral* stmlt-itts and t lie \rt Department :il >< . Tlie prince s;iid the reception was not ineltided on his lather's program, and no one im-mediatelv associated wiili the King knew about it. Ruling Limits 3 Backs to Only 5 Games in 1958 By ( AIM. SAWYER Daily Trojan Sports lidi tor ;tantlv inconsistant Pacific C Conference yesterday granted live games of foorball eligibility to Troy’s Jim Conroy. Rex Johnston and Ton Ortega for the 1953 season, but overlooked Mike Henry and Rod Hu-memiik. two junior linemen, and JSC’s 1057 seniors who SC Professors Write Book on Women Today or Methony and Dr. James A. pet' i'.son. was published recently by the Vantage Press. Hr. Methony’. a professor of education and physical education. • sc’, has written several works on the subjects of body dynamics and ph\ sical etiucat ion an<l is f roquent spoakor lor schools < nbs 'üid ci\ ic °rroup> I >r IV to: son. who is in charge of the marriage education program at SC. has written ex-lensi\'ely on marriage and lam-ily adjustment. His l>ook “Lduca-1ion for Marriaee.” was adopte.i by fifty universities and colleges as n text and, in addition, hr has appealed on several TV shows a* a speaker. In connection with tMo publication, there will bo an .1110-graph party on Monday. Dec. 0 from 12 to 2 p.m. in the SC Bookstore. Faculty Listens to Education Problem "V" FOR VICTORY—Coming down the field in a revival of the famous wedge" formation are the Trojan Knigiits, in preparation for their big flag foorball game tomorrow afternoon against the Squires, sophomore honcrary-service group. Ready to attack are (left side, from rear to front) Chuck Phillips, Ted DePew, Joe Vaughan, Ralph Jarvis, Mike Navarro; and (front to rear) Pat McDermott, Larry Sipes, Ernie Pope, Gary Zimmerman. With the ball is Mark Mandala. Missing from the picture is Dennis Fagerhult, the organization's star quarterback. MOON' SOON-BUT NOT YET fuel for the rocket had to be un- 1 ¡s rescheduled, it apparently loaded. | means the 11-honr count-down must be started irom scratch. Except for brief announcements from the missile center artd from the Pentagon in Washington the world watched the United States on the threshold of the space age through the U|11 ‘ eyes of a cluster of newsmen. 1 h<‘ ua> ' missile did not get off the minor technical difficulties en-1 About Iwo-s'om ol ufiotiu ground 'countered during -an 11-hour an(i photogi ap iei s gatin t < on ancp The Defense Department an- count-down < pre-flight test) of 1 a a t lamu ^ pi binoculars and long-range came- 1 aimed at. the missile tout By r.MTKI) Cape Canave r al. Fla. (LPi The 1.'Ucd States Jailed The Defense Department said to tire its satellite entry in the the refueling process would respace raci last mght. ¡quire several hours, pushing A gleaming six-inch baby tost crews “to a fatigue point moon nosiled ¿ill day and into consider 'd dangerous to ihe suc-thc night in the bosom of a 72- i ce*=s of tlie test." foot long Navy Vanguard roc- Tlioie were repealed delays ket at the missile firing center i all day yesterday in the firing on Florida's east coast. But the schedule, caused by presumably ■ying all the way." Later Kel- ar was caughi netting a gainst ; nounced tha.t because of tech- I the satellite carrier, s Knight nine. nical difficulties and the weari- i The latest interruption of Ihe rH Rarnc> “Tonsils'' Rosonzweig ness of the crews at the launch-| count-down was announced at mil* s way. nr play-by-play ing center, the tiring would l>e ,6:25 p.m. pst. The test had 55 (1 it i' rumored that Dan Cas- postponed. No new launching | minutes to go when it was halt- ed Ini tiier unceriainiy '>111 l\ muht he persuaded to lead time was given because al this ed. 1 weathor bogan Clearing in t liquid oxygen used ac When the launching scheilule early alternoon. SC'. U CLA and Cd 1 undertake a SO. 1 rcli t«*r know I- teivf d approval to \ li tually iat t h» a "Those w ho sii li’ii* make sug- p r e 5 e n ted to the P (s'C Th» gestions." she re i ilied. “and then t Ui.po J p |-Jj •fl |>ol t from t lip con- let y ou go ou W II i your own and ideas." t>renc*p these d< 'ma nds were ni sod if not ap- Rule Out Proctor« proved : should soon be »corne a Sipes poiir out that in reality. courses which 1 t.-ught in this i 1 lon.l or Doubt mannei "stuili s ni> • won't need to The n lotion that gi\ .c> rivf» be rulerl wit ii • m iron hand." games of eligibility to tl ir thi» r Proctors durir 1LT e xams and daily Trojan h lacks 1 e i t a i •loud of roll calls won Id 1 r ». * unnecessary. . doubt ai ion t the reinst aîomrnt he said. o| lineili en Henry and Humr- Dr. Gordon a>l :ed the student nuik. '11 ie vote called for all officials what si iggestions they mem liei s ot the 1955 Trojan could make r I) ii icrease student P'rosh w ho had allege dl> !’P- integrity. ceived ill egal aid to rect ■»ivo ttv e Trie *t 1 ‘llpils nes ol eligibility in 19. 5S Hen- If the nroft ‘S' 1 :s w on Id place ry «nd 1! umenuik. two si a greater tin si in tlicit pupils men Coa ich Don Clar k w as it won id help. Sit; »os replied. “By counting on heavily to Ic ad Troy eliminating proct ors pacing the back to t h e top in loot ball. aisles during < > \ ;. I ns and instme- wei e not members of tha t squad. tors peeking ?\ lile examinees Henry was a mem bei from *i>ehind the fir books, stu- 1955 .IV squad and Hi dents would rea lize that their played ft )ot ball at Piei c honor is not being questioned.’ 1055. In fact. Henry a nd Un- he said. menuik r •eeeived less ot tile ille- Less cheating i s also found in gal aid than Conroy. .1 ohnstoii classes v. here O' say exams in- and < >i t< E?ga but will [ nobably stead of the oh jt H'tive type are receive i io eligibility no xt year Student Enmity Curbs Judicial Popularity < lalMor's note: This is til«* filial installment in a series of siv article«* bv Daily Tro-j;!ii staffer Priscilla Rockwell Oll Ille slll«U'llt judicial sy s-teni at N<\1 LAW ENFORCERS—Members of the Men's Judicial Council are first row (I - r) Jerry VVulk, non-voting counsellor of men, Mcrt Schoernherr, chief |uslice; and Dave White. Those in the second row are (l-r) Stan Shaw, Gordon Baird, Dan Cassidy, Jerry Slocum and Scort FitzRandolph. Not I nderstood And what is not clearly understood by most of u* is that our judicial councils only part-]v lepresent the authority ol the university administration, but that they represent an important p.n t of it. A person who has been suspended on recommendation of one of the councils resents ihe council il-solf. lie d-*'s not undei stand that it is the university, not Hie judicial body, which actually takes the action against him. Thf» important point here for him is that the decision has come from a group of students like himself who can appreciate his problems, and this is a decision which, almost wilhoul exception. the university acts upon boih the council and ih»' administration play in deciding what his penalty will be. hr may »till, in si me ca^ei. comnlain that anotiier authority got to him In i II,- ni.iv ^.tv “but T SMILING JUDGES-Members of the Womens Judicial Court are first row (l-r) Mary Kots'kos, Baibara Hancock (Chief Justice) and Carolyn Good. In the second row are (l-r) Margaret Ccrry, Estelie Davies, Gayie Moss and Margo Oliphant. And like the little boy who gels spanked by his tat her for naughtiness in school, so the student carries the responsibility lor the good name of the SC school family with him whenever he ‘goes, and be must expect to 1h‘ spanked by his school father. But 1 hi< point is not clear to the complainer. most likely. He • fill say that he “didn't understand that." And he scores a point line. Too littie has been said to him early enough to make ibis plain This i> a problem which gives the judicial system a black eye it does not deserve. Student government could cooperate bettor to present the new student v\ a more realistic view ture university lile. I nderstand \utliority But even if a student understands and accepts the authority which the councils repres» nt. he may still [»• ini 1o their structural weaknesses and foe] resent fill. Some of the inconsistencies in the articles of the AMS and AWS constitutions which concern the structure of the coun-; oils were pointed out in prev ious articles, hut it is important to note again the most glaring ! weakness. The I act that I ho councils select their own members cannot be overemphasized as danger-1 oils. This i' not 1o suggest that members selected in this way may not do their work well, but t lie loss of confidence by the students in their impartiality is immeasurable. Needs tioing-Over What seems plain is ih <t the i entire judicial system needs a ! thorough going over The ASSC ¡makes chnges in its constitution ¡when it feels that conditions ! have changed to make t h e m necessary. And the judicial sys-! torn is no less of a dy namic | body w hich needs also to adapt itself periodically to the now needs of the group it serves And the ASSC is Ihe logical ; place for such a re* iew of the judicial system to start. A com-I mittee composed of faculty members and of students who are representative <>l the many campus troupin^s i Ii utn mly. sorority. independent, etc. • could draw up a list o! suggested improvements which could be submitted to the student body I r a vote Decision >liiii' M SC athletic department 11 'oiitinned on Page 1 ) Pastor Will Speak Tonight pa<tor. will address ihe Pr«-sby-t«'rians on Campus tonight al T on the topic "Why I Chose the Church” The meeting will be held at the Presbyterian Center. 851 W. 3fith St. Dr. Little is pr.stor of the HH)<»-member Pasadena I’ri sby-terian ('¡lurch and is currently president o| the Board of Chris- Today s Weather Showers have been looa'asl by the weatherman lor this moiling. and this afternoon w.!l be clearer and wmdy. A !n/h ol is predicted for today. Vrstet-day's high was 72 and the low was 5S. IMfit s«il Sot it < All students who have »i^n-rd ii|» for the Santa Paula Weekend Hospitality Trip art* re«|ii«*sted to t n It i 11 lloir e«*m mittii**nts h\ reportin'; promptly al p.m. ««ii Friday atter-Iioitn at the H\( V Persons from th** llotary International will 1»^ there to «r«‘et students and drive them to Santa Paula. \ iets *s. I .o^lie ( oreign Student \dviser SCIENCE TRAINING GETS NEW BOOST Official Noli« To All Residence Hall Residents: Manx students have inquired abolit housing in the Resilience Halls for the spring semester, in order to determine how «indents Participai« , Hies., ¡isis and b available, it will I»«* neeessan uvostigat«)rs ' > for you to have your applica- assigned will 'oe tions in the Housing bureau to help the n »o»’ by l)e<-. I.i. I!>.*»“. Vonr spa. e , needed, ad' is will he held until this .late af- .onal matters, ter which time the room will through ith secu: be available to general appli ca I lolls. Thank von a ça in tor I lie c.i operation von have away» sIlOlV II III Ils. Mrs. Pat Vrnoid llireetor <>l Housing. A ^
|Title||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 49, December 05, 1957|
|Description||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 49, December 05, 1957.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1957
PCC DECISIONS STUN TROY
Knights, Squires In Grid Rivalry
Apology Sent By Monarch.
Ills 11 it; ll Mrs*. ' 11H! I: I \ Vli-dallali. Crown Prince i>l Mor-ond, lias \ t »* II11 *-< 1 ;in aptdo-gv mi if of his father.
King Mohammed V, for not being :ihl** to attend tin* rn ep-tion Monday given *•> his hon-or bv the Aral* stmlt-itts and t lie \rt Department :il >< . Tlie prince s;iid the reception was not ineltided on his lather's program, and no one im-mediatelv associated wiili the King knew about it.
Ruling Limits 3 Backs to Only 5 Games in 1958
By ( AIM. SAWYER Daily Trojan Sports lidi tor
;tantlv inconsistant Pacific C
Conference yesterday granted live games of foorball eligibility to Troy’s Jim Conroy. Rex Johnston and Ton Ortega for the 1953 season, but overlooked Mike Henry and Rod Hu-memiik. two junior linemen, and JSC’s 1057 seniors who
SC Professors Write Book on Women Today
or Methony and Dr. James A. pet' i'.son. was published recently by the Vantage Press.
Hr. Methony’. a professor of education and physical education.
• sc’, has written several works on the subjects of body dynamics and ph\ sical etiucat ion an