DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 113, May 06, 1958
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overnor Will Attend Songfest CZ^<sj I ¡■Forni <3 Knight and Family ' WillBeGuests IDiA.1 AN Of the University usiaans Invade brum s \nfnnri *Á lili tei' 9 I t r\ í.j;iíi:v ni:r\i> X11 important grand finale rehearsal is scheduled tonight from f»-fi: Iin 133 I II. All Songfevt participants must attend. Dross rehearsal |»l:ins will he discussed. (»liest Conductor I .os Ba\tcr has arranged tho finale which features llio mass chorus of par-tioiiiants. The committee requests that everyone attend to perfect the words and music. or California Senator. He will, lowevcr. take off an evening rom his rigorous campaigning md spend Fridav evening with VOL XLIX LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1958 NO. 113 Troy Chest Collects $3500, But Campaign Fails To Reach Goal ^ IT MurrayRose Wins Mfcak&K : aW’1’ B Trojanality Contest $450). and from the various or-S200». are not' vet in. bullring Swimming Kvery I>a.\ Mr. Trojanality. Murray Rose. in England in 1939. Rose moved with his family to Australia at the age of one. In Australia, the Short of Cioal inner Rosp will rpcpivp c rroin Silverwoods and Fh vel clothing stores. His Alpha Delta Pi. will re No KiHiill' Winning I’nt ries 'HERE'S PIE IN YOUR EYE" — Anything for sweet charity :ouid weil describe Stevie Adams, newly elected ASSC ienatcr-at-large, who sputters under a coating of lemon neringue. Dan Cassidy, Theta Xi president, won the honor TALKER GETS TICKER SC Debater Takes Top Award at Point' Tourney i:> .mi s Barn at -r > VI.TZMAN hined speaker's awards for ac-1 ning both the “doubles'* (2049 iev Michael Miller.' cumulating the highest number Id actor, w riter and rle- , °‘ points, s recognized as the top; Many Triumph# ebater in the country! On route to the semi-finals. received the highest the SC team triumphed over if points in the national Kansas < twice*. Wilks College, nt Invitational Tourna- Washburn University. Notre 1 April 24-26. Dame, Princeton (who finished ' team, although finish- third), and Harvard (who fililí because of a loss to ished second), tern in the “sudden Lost to Northwestern in the mi-finals. won the com-1 semi-final round, after SC, win- LgíV* i csilicny ÿ s C ? I I I I V S' ili ** **' * i ** ** 3UUÜÜÍC J ïCî 5 s% licvard Run SDX Initiates 9 In Pledge Rites fraternity, will iges today at te chambers i'll I he followed n the upstairs i. executive di-is flying from the initiation d speak to The ¡cos at the lun- Dailv Trojan photo by Joe Sait/mai MAGNIFICENT MILLER - Mike Miller, SC debaiei who topped oiatois from 36 colleges in the country at the West Point Tournament held April 24-26, is surrounded by a tew of h!3 favorite books. Miller is a 21-year-old junior. points) and the “singles" (1.055 pointsl, and then settled hack in fourth place to watch Northwestern beat Harvard. 4-3. Miller, received a gold Hamilton watch as his prize. Action Also Combining atcion with debating and school work, the SC junior has appeared on televi-1 sion, radio and screen produc-| tions throughout his college career. He appeared in seven "Ma-j tinee Theatre" productions and j several Silent Service episodes. I and has also been featured in the independent screen produe-j tion "Men in War" starring Aldo ! Ray and Boh Ryan." Legion Award When asked about his seven : day trip to New Work, the na-I tional champion said that he visited Hudson River, Central ! Park. United Nations Building. Empire State building and | Greenich Yillagp. As freshmen winner of the N’a-| tional American Legion Oratosy I Contest, won $400 dollars for the tuition to thr college of his choice. Miller said that he elect-| ed to “spend the money at SC. “My major influences, however. have been my high school debute coach, Louis Dav Hanks, and of course, James H. McBath. forensic director at SC." he said. Novel W riler Miller says he enjoys reading such works as “Ulysses." “Crime and Punishment." and other such writings, finding them relaxing and interesting. “I am in the process of writing a novel." he confessed, “and I think I "ill call it 'Mischief. Thou art afoot." The title is strange, he said hut ii is act nail v a part ot a quotation from .Shaketjieare "Mark Anlhonv. in a scene from “Julius Caesar »aid it. he explained. “I guess you could call nn novel an inverted Pey- Mi Del Distribution of f unds Dailv Trojan photo bv Sam Hvi of having a pie smashed into his face at dose range. The Pie Throwing Contest, held Thursday and Friday on the Row, netted $130 to Trojan Chest. Campus leaders loaned their faces and pies went to the highest bidders. in Sydney, from 1!»4.:> until i time he departed for the Oly pic Games in 1956. Far in Lead Af the Olympics. Rose was t Weismuller dike Rose. on three Gold Medals. Rose's v lories were over a greater v rietv of distances than We Priest Tales End Series the Immunization Buttons." said Rlinn “This vpar was flip for the button campaign The probably mean a continuation of Donations Still Welcome ton Place,’ and the title ' well.” His favorite debate to[ opposition to Pree Trade a IRA (Irish Revolut A rmy). Stevenson for SC When questioned as to sible president for the i sity, he said Adlai Ste\ would be a good choicf named Oscar Levant as 1 cond choice but a smi!< seen to flit across his lips naming the entertainer, has appeared on the Bi on television seven time.« has won it seven times, in UCLA, thrice. Pepperdine. and Los Angeles State. tv\ Likes Law Born in Portland. Oregon ler now' lives in Canoga where “there is no smog ar can breathe." Miller holies to remain in fornia and complete his e lion. He wants to major ir when he graduates. i‘ his is “unsuccessful " Miller commen'ed on his York venture, saying that York is an interesting plai stop over. However, he qi interjected that v? could of no place he'd rather not Telecom Leader Wins Scholarship The chief engineer of partment of telecommi is one of 30 television s in the nation to win a 3id from the National tion of Educational B ers. Merlyn Rawson. w ho with the university sii will participate in a v\ oi kshup in v ideo techniques in Chicago, under tenu» of I he tu a Rawson was also vvii previous grant to >tudv ed television stud Grants Exceed S One Million \p\ Nev ice 19." nation 7 ext Printed Of Declaration < >ii page three of today's I >:< :i\ Trojan the latest Declaration of Conscience bv Dr. \Un>rt ' i |uv ■'¡t/cr is reprinted in full. Since this l^tc-l (>f pss.aVS h\ the learned doctor is qiiilo lengthy, tlie declaration will run tomorrow also. 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|Title||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 113, May 06, 1958|
|Description||DAILY TROJAN, Vol. 49, No. 113, May 06, 1958.|
|Contributing entity||University of Southern California|
overnor Will Attend Songfest