DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 91, March 21, 1958
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PAGE THREE SCIEC Helps Industry With Promotion Southern California a •V.. trojan PAGE FOUR Apple Valley To Host SC Tracksters VOL. XLIX LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1958 NO. 91 FREEMAN OUT Yel! Commission Makes Seiections Yell In Dick Baldwin. Chuck Phillips. t.i] of noints fidm the ('ornili. which is composed of res ji lent s of t he, s^rx ico or-^ 1 ions. 1 he ' <.’11 school cotter an<l representatives the Troian Band, the Dean ndents. the Athletic office ie Munini Race Between Three Yell King race will be be-Mandala. Rosenzweig and moiv quarters 1o !>e a candidate for the office. failed to qMalif.v P.osenzweig is a junior in Social Studies, and is the Troian Knight lally chairman. In addition. he has worked on Troy ( imp. Frosh and Soph C'ouncils and the AMS Cabinet. < >t Iter ^ Hlers Baldwin, a yell leader this vear under Bruce Blinn, is a si.ohomore in Pre-Med. Although tliird in total points during the selection, he will not run for Yell King. Ernie Stone, a freshman, is majoring in Pre-Dental. He was \ el 1 leafier for two years in high school. Phillips, a junior in English. 1« a Trojan Knight and worked on Card Stunts last year. lie was a member of the Daily Trojan staff. Phillips, like Mandala. surprised 1he Commission by saying that be would seek election a« Yell King in Freeman's absence. An alternale. whose name will remain undisclosed, was named in the event that any of those persons qualifying as yell leaders did not make their grades. Alternate Is Picked Dr. Robert Cordon, associate dean of students, asked thai ihe alternale be selected because of 1 hr* new standards of the school. Yc!I King elections will l>c open to the stud-Mii body along with the regular ASSC elections next March liti and 2*. IMC Demands Hopefuls Take Specific Stand A spokesman for the Independent Men s Council declared yesterday that both ASSC pi evidential candidates have ’'nebulous platforms that are not w ort hw hile.” "Because of the fact that we have not seen a cdncrcte plat-torm on the part of either candidate, we challenge each ol the presidential candidates to state iu't exactly what they will do to 1 tenet it the foreign students, the independents and the commuter students.” Demand decisions by Baffa and Fit/Randolph on specific ■ issues, the spokesman for the IMC stated areas the tlie council wants answers on. ••\\> want to know how they feel about restricted lot parking, a l)ou t teacher evaluation and about the idea of turning Town and Gown into an International House.” he continued. Reflecting a current view’ of student government prevalent among the independents, he asks ihe candidates whether “they think that the present Senate is an adequate representative body." "If the\ are brave enough to answer these questions." he continued. “they will furnish the independents, the commuters; and the foreign students with valuable criteria for determining whom to vote for. We hope they will dare to accept this chal-, it les erni timi NEW CHEERLEADERS — These five white-shiried, grinning Troy men are happy because they have just been selected as SC's next year's yell leaders. They are (l-r) in Daily Tiojmi photo by Jim Bylin the front row, Barney Rosenzweig, Mark Mandala and in the back row, Dick Baldwin, Chuck Phillips and Ernie Stone. Pastor for Sunday Service To Blast Smugness of Man Y' Holds Festive Carnival Tonight “Around the World in Si Days" is the theme for the annual YWCA Carnival to from ri to 10 p.m.. at the campus •y\ K.'iT 36th Plate. This year the theme is bcint, carried with original decorations and a variety of international ideas. I i.dtT the leadership ol Grace Sims. YWCA president, and M ii dy ii Tan, carnival chairman, tli'v believe this years event Pis W The Tri Deltas go Italian in F>8 their "Villa Capri". For the piz-jht /a lovers, who enjoy authentic )u> Italian restaurant atmosphere, this should fit their taste. The Kappa Deltas oiler "Holiday in Mexico” as they serve tacos to these who are fond of Spanish food. Phi Beta Phis will serve ihe old stand-bys. cofiee and cookies. < Id it r>"«M*rt s The Chinese club will be offering for sale authentic Chinese dos^eits and delights. Adding to the international flavor of the carnival, the Ski Club will sell snow cones. Spurs and Knights combine their talent^ in their dart game The Alpha Phi sorority travels “Around the World in SO Feet". A ivone who thinks lie is an export shoemp’;er will be able to, try shoes on the feet of thej women in the booth—for a prize. If you look for popcorn booths‘ at a carnival. "Your Search is j i >vor” at the Gamma Phi Beta popcorn booth. “Whom ?>lakes1 Thou Thy-sel: ?" will be kscussed by the Rev. Carl W. Segeihammar, president of the California Conference of tin* Aueustairt Kvangelical Lutheran Church, at ihe Sunday morning vvoiship service in Bovard Auditoi ium at 11. Blasting tnan's smug* attitude toward his own creativity, the Rev. Mr. Segerhammar say s that “mans scientific ability and the fantastic progress he has made in that realm oi liTe tends to lead | to the conclusion that putting satellites into orbit proves a God isn’t necessary. “God created the laws by which the entire process is made possible." he believes. (»ml-derived INiwer "It has been said that every' I subject can’ be understood through rational analysis, syste-I mat ie arrangement, and i eduction i to first principles. Hus is the ! most influential concept in ihe j history of human knowledge. The dominating power in mans life, giving meaning to lile. will of necessity he God-dei iv ed,” says the Rev. Mr. Segerhammar. He contrasts the way we live with the way <tf life suggested and demonstrated hy Christ. Sword vs. Crn<s “Our method is so often the sword; Christ’s method, iiie cross; Our weapon is revenge I while Christ's is ■ e<-nnciliation. We shout. ‘Let's fight it out:’, Christ says. 'Let's suffer it Fduca Kansas. Oklahoma and Rev. Mi REV. CARL W. SEGERHAMMAR ... to speak Sunday mar received his AB from Beth- j any College in Lindsborg, Kan- ¡ sms and his BD from Augustana j Tiie«)logical Seminary in Rock ! Island, Illinois. His graduate studies were at the University of Southern California School of Religion from 1947-19/54. Daughters Too Two of his four children, twin daughters Kathleen and Katryn, are also graduates ci Bethonv College. He has served oongiega lions in Council Bluffs. Iowa. Longmont. Colorado, and Anglican. Los Angeles. He was recently elected president of th-3 California Conference of the Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Church. \\ riting a lid Radio The Rev. Mr. Segeihammar has written many books and magazine articles. His most recent books are “They' Walked With God,.......rhe> Talk« d \\ ith God” and “God Lifts My Sights.” He was Radio pastor of the Pacific Lutheran program for eight years, and appeared >n the NBC program. “Voice of the Cathedral.” and other network ia-dio programs. The responsive leading at Ibis Sunday morning's service will be by Barbara Hy song, Amazon president, from Psalm 4L\ verses 1-11. The lesson, from John 10, will be read by Mike Navarro. Knight president. Choir Siiiys Choir selections, directed by Choir Director Sheldon Disruds. professor of music, will be sung by Nancy Weaver, soprano: Sharon Bliss, alto: Samuel Thompson, tenor, and William Feiber. baritone. Samuel Thompson will also sing a solo, “If Christ Came j Back.” Future speakers at the Sunday j morning services include Dr. Wil- ' liam S. Meyer, minister of the Emanuel Presbyterian Church. April 1?»: Bishop Stephen F. Bayne Jr., of the Olympic Episcopal Church April I’d; Chancellor Rufus B von KleinSmid, April L’T: Dr. James A. Peterson. May 4 and Dr. J. Wesley Robb. Mav 11. Songrest Entries Must Be in Today ks for tile 19'S Quiet Songiest progran i must i >o IUI II- 1 >et ween ed in to L’JS SI’ today. Locko The deadline. which vva s set cd April by the commit te e, requires t hat allow th any campus o rganizai [ i< >n in- tending lo enlc *r the M. ay 9 event must suhi nil its a th [dica- ri« s. vvhi lion by the d?si gliated le or 16 and 1 lie e] im ina led from 1 Ihr pi o- From £i am. l>eai -als riip ' Cimimi 1 er frol ¿ must en (v gani/ations ha v c lier pi' rn lockout adequate time f md no1 1 ICC The •' 1 hat no entries v \ ill be acc i'ptcd in the after today. will be Die rules for t he i ehe arsal hearse i •cliedule stale III .11 the «-ni rant s will 1 it* in.iv practice their mn nbers dress r Al ii i-ji ili, 11<' h Friday fr« Nil 1 l'inversi 1«» 5:30 in ihe a ft 'i n«t<ti nd S out char 1o 10 in Ihe even ings un April last rig J 1. Songfcst 11 : to on Sunday s. *s will Ite extend- belore the prelimina- ri! I>e held o Bovard Audi il 21 to Ma' April at S and EASTER PARTY SC To Host Semi-Blind Youngsters Doheny lawn will be invaded Saturday by about SO pariial-ly-blind youngsters from the California Federation for the Junior Blind, scrambling about for glittering Faster eggs attached to strings. Arriving on buses supplied by the Federation, the children, aged 7 to 16. will be greeted by the Faster bunny at 11 a m. Older children will be taken on a campus tour. Education Council mcmliers, a group of Physical Therapy students and Greater I’niversity Committee members will supervise the partially-blind guests. Lunches Supplied Lunches are being supplied for them by fraternities, soror Knights and Squires. Frat j ties a n d sororities don; I lunches are Alpha Tau Omega, j Tau Delta Phi, Theta Xi. Theta Chi. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Alpha ! Phi and Alpha Gamma Delta. Following lunch, they will lie ¡entertained in 226 FH with impersonations, variety acts, an ac-eordianist and a choral group. “These acts are supplied mostly by student talent and wiil be geared to the type of amusement that appeals to children in this age group.” said Dick Heilman, chairman of the Easter Show. Others Working Others working with him on this Greater University Committee project are Wally Karabian. Greater University Chairman: Gloria Fox: Bill Steigerwalt and Ron Sherman. Brightly colored string will be tied to the eggs, purchased by the Knights, men’s honorary service organization. Eggs are being decorated in bright colors with sequins and glitter and eyecatching decorations. Held l.ast Year Some of the children attending this year's event were here last year for the first annual show. Others will be ccming for the first time. The project was initiated at SC last year by Rich Amerian. ASSC senator-at-lai At the first party SC hosted 60 children. “We plan to expand on tiiis project every year and include as many children as we possibly can handle." Heilman said. 0//ice Hopefuls To Speak At Noon Today A Candidate's Assembly— the only one this election season. will he held at noon today in 239 FH. This will give the vot«‘rs an opportunity t«i see and talk to candidates for the various offices. Each person running for an office will he given a chance to make a short speech, aft«‘r which thi’ assembly will be thrown open for a <|ii»*st i«*u and answer period. The cheerleaders running for Yell King w ill use this.as an opportunity to introduce themselves to the s I ii «1 »* tt t body. According to Pat .Morris, election commissioner, “everyone is urged to come to this informal gathering." “This may he the only chance f«o‘ many <tf the candidates to speak 1o a majority of the students.” EDITORIAL ★ Why the Secrecy? When the Atomic Energy Commission meet> in Washington to discuss how big to build the next bomb it is expected to be a secret meeting. After all, na.tiori3.1 »sc-curity is at stake. But what is at stake that drives the newly formed Trojan* Spirit Commission to meet in secret when they are choosing the yen leaders that will command our rooting section next year? Are they determining national security problems behind the locked doors of the International Student Lounge? Or are they choosing the five men whose leadership and personality must prove the vanguard of Trojan spirit during the next year? It doesn't matter at this moment whether we condone the methods of choosing the yell leaders at all. That isn't in question. Neither is the talent of the five men selected because they appear to be a fine group. What is in question is the legality—both in written law and in moral or ethical law—of making the.se auditions a closed-door alfair. When Daily Trojan reporters requested permission to attend the session in mute observation. they were curtly cut off with a fiat that quoted a section of the student bylaw on the commission. It is sub-point “b” under point "2” of provision **F” and it reads. “The final audition shall be held in the presence of tlie Trojan Spirit Commission and the Yell School Coordinator." Period. No word like "only,” and no clause like “student observers shall be prohibited.” Also no clause saying that the commission is impowered to declare itself in closed session. Just a handy ruling by a group of self-styled yell leader experts on just who will and who won’t be allowed to watch their activities in choosing our yell leaders. Oh, their arguments are obvious. The candidates w.ll be self-conscious, their friends will pack the audience, and on and on. Well, gentlemen and expert yell leader pickers, consider this: anyone chosen to lead the 10,000 strong Trojan cheering section better not be self-conscious or he is destined to spend his days in some mental home. And anyone who even considers the problems of packing the audience is assuming that the impartial yell leader experts can be influenced by something or someone. And the rest of the arguments in favor of a close-door session are equally as simple to parry. This is not to say that decisions couldn't or shouldn't be made behind close-door sessions under this current setup. What it sayj is that the yell leader trial, like all other trials, should be conducted before the public and not as might be done in places where freedom is unknown. Following are a list of the yell leader experts who voted unanimously to hide themselves when they chose the yell leaders to lead us in cheering next year: Barbara liysong, Amazon president, yell .leader expert .Mike Navarro. Knight president, yell leader expert Barbara Myers, Spur president, yell leader expert Diane Hunt, Chime president, yell leader expert Kick W hipple, Squire president, yell leader expert Bruce Blinn, yell king, yell .leader expert Larry Sipes, ASSC president, yell leader expert Bob Manors, alumni representative, yell leader expert Bob Gordon, assoc, dean of students, yell leader expert Jess Hill, athletic director, ye.’l leader expert Larry Knudsen, school director, yell leader expert Soprano to Present Graduate Recital For Master s Degree Elizabeth Moser. SC soprano. She will play one ol the lead-wili present her graduate recital ! ing roles in "Don Carlos." by at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in Han- Verdi, which will Ie presented cock Auditorium. The public is by the SI' Opera Department on invited to this free performance. May 12. 1 and 10. It is required of a graduate stu- Miss Mosher was also one of dent for an MA dcgiee in music, the recent winners of the UCLA Included in Miss Mosher's per- Young Artist Contest. She gave forma nee will be “Motetto," by a recital recently at I C LA s Vivaldi: "Schone Wiege Meiner Schoenberg Hall v.ith Maiilyn Leiden.” by Schumann; “An Erne Neeley. SC piano student._ Aeolsharfe,” by Brahms: "Ten rari . . . Come Scolgio iCosi F Tuttei." by Mozart: "Clair Lune." by Debus .v ; “Pioggi; bv Respighi: and "La Ermita San Simon." bv Casielnuovo-1 Biood Drive OpensToday Miss Mosher is a student Ruth Miller Chamlee and coached by Gwendolyn Koldof- u|x>n the immediate availability sky. associate professor of piano of blood of the right type, in at SC She will ¡>e accompanied sufficient quantity, at the rigln by Elaine Korman. SC piano place." student. availabil Miss Mosher received her BA pose of at SC in voice last June. > also received honorable menti in the West Coast division tho Metropolitan < >pora Auditi in December of last year. <1 d goal, immediate >f blood, is the pur-e Red Cross Blood Drive, according to chairman Janyce Hille. Blood donors may sign-up for appointments at booths located in the School of Dentistrv. the ig fl¡ Music Fraternity Sets American Musicale ment of the U dist Church on ity Met boil reet from Sigma Alpha loia, national Heart Colli M. I M gma Alpha I«da Fou he fraternity holds ti imposition competiti« •¡can-born composers b •\l'-ndcd to 1 I as a lieu rsa I is c«nisidert*d ^ business This lock- CARNIVAL TIME - on their colorful jooth, “Wide Wide World,' are these four hardworking mem-.bers of the Belgium Student Council. Ad- | ¡professional music iratermiy ioi v loiimsi. | women, in conjunction with the and M. A j SC School of Music, will pres nt th° select i an American Musicale. featuring The Ai music from the fraternity’s Program American Awards Program, at of the Sv 7 p.m. tomorrow in Hancock Au- dation. T! I ditorium. The public is invited ennial cn j to attend this free concert. for Ai J Included in the program will tween L’2 and 3o. lx> “The Falcon." by Ramior < )utstanding American com- Cortes. winner of the solo voice posers serve as com pose i-judges, competition in 19.16. featuring The compositions are sm»g and ! Judith Reed, soprano, accompan- played by Sigma Alpha Iota ied by her sister. Jane Wells chapter me miters throughout the Reed. country as part of their con- Occidental College s Alpha temporary American music pro-j Omicron Chapter w ill sing grams. | “Sweet Lovers Love the Sprint:." C« »nt poser-judges of the cur- j by Mel Powell, winner of the rent coiiifietilion which will lie .. i'-oly liojan photo by Jim B.vlm , American Music Award tor a held iit th«* fraternity's nation-lusting balloons m the redr are Gene Zeel- (.hora, composition in 19.1«. al convention in San' Francisco man and Lynne Morgan. Hammering post- • n938>. by Walter P;s- in August. 1939, an- Alan Hovers are Nick Dianan and Gerry AAeli. ton will lie performed liy lion- hanes». Norman Lock wood and ! orary members of Immaeiilate , Quinc> Porter. Battle Column Deadline Ends Today at 3 p.m. is th«5 absolute deadline for battle columns and pictures for th« Daily Trojan election issu» \\ ednesday. The pictures may be of any si/«*, and a St charge is necessary to cover engraving. Th« «'oliimns should I»«- typed and triple spaced ami not exceed I ‘ill wortls.
|Title||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 91, March 21, 1958|
PAGE THREE SCIEC Helps Industry With Promotion
Apple Valley To Host
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1958
Yel! Commission Makes Seiections
Dick Baldwin. Chuck Phillips.
t.i] of noints fidm the ('ornili. which is composed of res ji lent s of t he, s^rx ico or-^ 1 ions. 1 he ' <.’11 school cotter an