TROY DAYS EDITION
C^is scheduled to explain Trojan spirit. He will also lead the audience in several songs and yells at the assembly.
Lending spirit to the occasion will be the other rive yell leaders — Bob Bach, Dick Hare,
Steve Harris, Bart Leddel and Ned Shankman.
“The Travelers Three,” guest professional entertainers, will perform at the rally. They are currently playing at the Abstract on Sunset Blvd.
The rally assembly is a part of Troy Days, which began Sunday with an address by President Norman Topping, at the New Students Convocation.
A President’s Tea was held on the lawn between Bovard Auditorium and Founders Hall following the concovation.
Tommy Trojan is the designated spot from where the various service organizations will conduct tours of the university for new students.
Freshmen To Register By New Plan
Freshmen and new students to the university began enrolling for classes yesterday under an experimental plan instituted this year by the Registrar’s Office.
The experimental plan separates new students from returning students in order to ease the confusion of first-time enrollment, Registrar David W. Evans explained.
‘The plan is in the experimental stage because we don’t know what the results will be at this time,” Evans said. “The success
of the plan will depend entirely on how many new studenrs will take advantage of it.”
Freshman and transfer students will continue registering until tomorrow morning. Evans said. Registration for all students will not begin until Thursday, at which time new students who have failed to take advantage of the early se up also will be able to register.
Registration materials were distributed to new students yesterday at the close of the introductory convocation in Bovard Auditorium, and will be available
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Ducloux Gets Italy Medal
The Republic of Italy’s Bronze Medal for Cultural Relations has been awarded to Dr. Walter Ducloux, head of the opera and conducting departments of the School of Music, for his chairmanship of the Italian Unification Centennial observance on the USC campus last April.
In an accompanying citation Dr. Mario Xe(3eschi, Italian consul general in Los Angeles, said his government had honored Dr. Ducloux “for highly distinguished service in organizing and promoting the various successful events held at USC in recognition of the centennial year of Italian unification."
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