Daily Trojan, Vol. 56, No. 88, March 22, 1965
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Rights Rally Scheduled for Noon ] DAI University of Southern California LY • TROJ FAIn Vol. XVI LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1965 No. 88 Takagaki to Run Jr. Class Head Labels ASSC Total Fiasco' Junior Class President Rick Takagaki announced Friday that lie will enter the race for ASSC president today. In a prepared statement, Takagaki labeled this year’s edition of student government “a total fiasco, which began with John Be- President Trojan Asks Why Teachers Teach Selma Veteran Will Speak On Human Dignity By J AMY MARONEY Tommy Trojan will witness an active protest on campus today against the maltreatment of Negroes in Selma. Ala. The “Rally for Human Dignity,” sponsored by the Human Relations Committee and USC’s religious directors, will begin at noon and !Kpisro|,;i; church \ West. last for fifteen minutes. minister Fellowship, the Wes- Law professor Leonard G. Ratner will make a brief statement on the law as a support for human dignity. Rev. James E. Jones, who has just returned from Selma, will explain the situation and point out concerns in Los An- tinis’ abortive attempt to abolish student government.” He said students have understandably lost all faith and interest in student government. “Betinis organized the recent Constitutional Convention, then resigned his chairmanship and left the group with only five weeks to prepare a new document,” he said. Defeated Constitution “The shortage of time resulted in a product that students failed to understand. Consequently the constitution was defeated.” Takagaki will outline a mm m sponsored by the Faculty the Hillel Foundation, the to continue their protest. Committee on Religious In- This is the first time in the * fraternity's history that they have sponsored two retrospective film series in one terests. I semester. j Stimulate Students The series will be presented He said the primary , at 8 p.m. every Tuesday in of the professor is to stimu-133 Founders Hall. Teachers Earn While They Learn Opportunities for persons holding a bachelor's degree to qualify for a teaching credential while earning approximately $1500 a year as a teaching assistant are available in school districts of the Los Angeles area. Dr. Donald Wilson of tlie School of Education announced the opportunity Thursday. ' . , . tt , , five-point plan in his cam- Under USC s teacher as- pajgn *<t0 cure a sjck govern-sistantship program, holders ment an(j encj factional-o degrees m fields other than jsm cause(j by the petty poli-| education may complete the Peking of underground par-requirements for the Califor- ^ » nia Standard Teaching Cred-! ’ . , , ,, . . ■ __.. , , , He also charged that stu- ential, secondary or elemen- , . . , c „ ! , _ ,, ... .Jdent government has fallen tary, concurrently with paid;. * . , c , J * i into the hands of the ad-| ministration because of stu-j dent apathy. , , , ,, . ! Deteriorated Government? j the classroom and do their! ! course work in afternoon or “Students feel government The evening sessions on the USC has deteriorated to such a space Presentation Team, in of the lunar environment, daughter is a re-incarnation knowledge available campus level that rule by the admin-,conjunction with Engineer- deep space probes and satel- 20 Districts jistration cannot possibly be j ing Week, will present a pro-'lites will also be discussed. OneninM for flosiRtnntc for worse than rule by the stu-1gram entitled‘‘The U.S. Space) Designed for Laymen b dents,” he said. j Program at noon tomorrow.! “The presentation is an un- Malle ley Foundation and the Amer-i c a n Lutheran Association a will participate. “The main point of the movement is to make us realize and do somethin? about our problems here," said Rev. geles. Rev. Jones is a member Pa,vi^ the VV«' of the Executive Board of the e^.r oun a 'on* By TIA GINDICK 'United Civil Rights Commit. ,. J™ ,al1 for,lt- An>th‘"S The majority of students believe faculty values are tee of Los Angeles. .a e °’|f (nmPab- based on security and power, Nick Toghia, political sci- The sympathy rally will slon an un erstau ias i0 ence junior, said at a discussion on faculty-student re- take place 24 hours after lationships Friday. ; marchers leave Selma on their “Students perceive the role of the educator as of- waY to Montgomery to peti-Ifering financial security that tion to Gov. George Wallace, might not be achieved in the; Alabama Rights competitive business world,”! Rev- Charles D™k' Pres, civil rights cause to come to Toghia explained. ;b>lenan ™“'ster- * » i d the the rally and protest publicly. ® [purpose of the rally is to 1 dont know of any other The educator also seems show Los Angeles and the na-ra^y such as this that has to possess a power over his tion that usc ig not an ,.jsle ever taken place at the USC students that puts him in the^of Tranquility.” Icampus. If students can say superior position. Most stu-1 “\ve are concerned with‘rah. rah’ for football why dents feel this security and men’s rights in Alabama and can t they say ‘rah, rah' for Delta Kappa Alpha, honor- Power are the primary rea- Los Angeles,” he said. a person's right for vote?” ary cinema fraternity, will soi^s ^or becoming a teach- We want to give concern The civil rights marches for 1 begin a film series of selected er’ added. and support to the Selma Negro voter registration be- movies made in various coun- Toghia was the first stu- ™arc ers ^or the injustice gan on Sunday, March 7. The | tries tomorrow night. dent to participate in the two- has been done to them." state police barred the march- year-old discussion series ,, Leaders from the \ \\ CA, ers and would not allow them International Film Series Will Begin good.” Public Protest Rev. Doak urged all students and faculty willing to identify themselves with the role PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFUL — Rick Ta&agafi, who enters the race for ASSC president today, examines election records. Takagaki is junior class president. Tickets for the six films cost $2.50. Single admission is 50 cents per program. Films to be shown include: late his students, since they cannot endlessly retain all they get from college. Hebrew Union College To Move Next to USC work as teaching assistants. Teacher assistants work three hours each morning in l The Hebrew Union Col-' However, while the profes-1 jege’3 LoS Angeles school will j sors agreed that stimulation move to an area adjacent to • March 23: “Great Ex-jwas a vital part of a college the USC campus by 1967. pectations” (1946), starring education, they argued that j The move is in conjunction Alec Guinness, John Mills and °ther aspects to teaching ex- with a new academic rela-Jean Simmons. The British ■ ist. jtionship between the two film is an adaptation of the “I’m supposed to do more schools. Charles Dickens novel. ithan awaken students’ inter- “USC feels this arrange- • March 30: “Devi”jest. I do have a certain ment will truly be of great (1961), directed by Satyajit!amount of knowledge in mv and historic importance to Ray. The film from India tells field, that supposedly as a both institutions,” Dr. Nor- Air University Aero-j earth, unmanned explorations 0f a father's belief that his teacher I should make this man Topping said. to Music Moves Space Talk to Orbit Engineering Week ■Vsy. 0 § ir* the 1965-66 school year exist in 20 school districts, Dr. Wilson said of an Indian goddess. ; others,” one professor said • April 6: “The Lovers” j Data Drilling (1961), directed by Louis; «Although students don’t The He announced the first of; Dr. Nelson Glueck, presi-1 dent of Hebrew Union College, also announced plans to complete, uncut like“thU idea of drilling facts ™ove its Jewish Museum, now The USC student chapter classified, public information print of this French film, , , fo • located at the Cincinnati tllP A mpripan StfWMPtv of lontnro Tt ic nrocont^ in 1 o ~ ~ ~ J :« "NT---- V__1- ..^11 T__B B, 1 ’ c r* H f tho n our nnmnnci his five proposals would be of the American Society of lecture. It is presented in lay- banned in New York, will be Thev include- Arcadia imProvement of faculty-stu- Mechanical Engineers and the man's language,” Ronald C. shown. Jearine Moreau stars. " * ! rlnnf *»nln f irtMri • I ctll DTI t pll Q OT* rtf M 1 O 11 In »*+■ « 4- U a nin best way we have to convey our knowledge to them,’’ he school, to the new campus. “The museum, rich in arti-j Azusa, Bellflower Beverly,dent relationS' ' |Judent chapter of Pi Tau Gularte, chairman of the stu-1 # April 20: “The Maltese | l° W,e,n’ “"facts of the ancient Near; Hills. Bloomfield. Burbank intend to support a plan blSma are cosponsoring the dent section of the mechan- Faicon” (1941), starring C -j" j * 1 11381 and eere^onial objects,! Centinela Valley Union High m which student government.ev^nt- ical engineers society, said. Humphrey Bogart, Mary ™"St will make a unique contribu- considered one of Los Ange- School, Cerritos Junior Col- wil1 subsidize a faculty-eval- Pi Tau Sigma is the Na- “Color slides and sound Astor, and Peter Lorre. John to tniris ’ tion as the only one of its les' most authoritative collec- lege, and Compton Elemen- uat»on program. jtional Honorary Mechanical film clips are used to aug- Huston directed. This Sam Jl ^ „niuArQitv kind on the West ^ast,” he tions on Judaica and the an- DR. NORMAN GLUECK . . . College President Student (iuide j Engineering Fraternity. “I feel the governmental j Emphasize Effort wood, Lawndale, Long Beach t}°dy should sponsor a stu-; The program will empha- approximately 75 Los Angeles Pasadena Red- dent guide to evaluate teach-isize our national space effort!he added tary and High School. El Monte, Garvey, Ingle and very icw aiuu<;uu|. | The mutual agreement calls ondo Beach City Schools, South Bay High School and Temple City also have openings. Earn Full Credential ers and their courses and re- and highlight the participa-move the guesswork from tion of the U.S. Air Force in selecting classes,” he explain- the national space program. ment the lecture. The length Spade mystery is the only fAW at,%pnt^eral i83!!?* of the presentation will be American film in the series. minutes,”! e April 27: “Miss Julie” ! (1954), directed by Alf Soj-Bart Madden, engineering!berg. This love story few students. Another professor said the for cient Near East. exchange of academic; ed. Today's presentation will by “I propose to make student cover problems incurred Most candidates will have government the servant of,man and machines in aero-earned the full California the students, not of the ad-'space operations. Last week’s credential after one school ministration.” space flight by the Russian year and one summer of He also asked for “an cosmonaut will also be dishonest and fresh look at student government.” He intends to make student government the official channel of communication between the students and faculty. senior, is representing Pi Tau made in Sweden. course work, Dr. Wilson explained. When this work is completed, the candidate will have completed half of the required work for a master's degree in education. cussed. Selected space projects, systems and operations will also be reviewed. The topics include unmanned and manned exploration near the EULOGY TO AUTHOR Panel Reveals Huxley s Personality,Humor,Mood Sigma, in organizing engi- • May 4: “The Angry Sil ,. neering weelt. ence" (1961). starring Rich- ^ ^ gtudent8 jnter Gularte has mvited faculty ard Attenborough and Pi er jn |earni he saii and students to attend to- Angeli. This is the series day’s program. | second British film. u*ty. students involved in the “Proportionately, there are jointly-sponsored program. 250,000 Volumes university had many em-|creditSt use joint facilities I More than 250.000 volumes ployees but a very small fac- and facu]tv supervision Gf on ,,Jl'daic ls|ld'ts wlU 1x5 Wtta *■ ■ available through an ex- change program with the col-„ . lege’s schools in Cincinnati Access and New York. Hebrew Union College stu- , _ dents now working towards! ChaPlaiI\ J"h" Cantelon , a doctorate of Hebrew letters af reedf ™th V™ham Troum-Toghia defended USC stu-will be able to obtain at Ph. D. ^ey of the L.A Tunes that dents, saying the learning ex- at the USC School of Religion; .™ove add impetus to perience was valuable to and Trojans will have ready California & academic e< i-many of them. access to the special-knowl- mem mmement' He emphasized that USC edge courses offered by the ‘‘I think the location of few more good teach- Valuable Experience offers adequate opportunity Jewish school, to get the same stimulation The new campus will also found in the Ivy League bring to USC its library of schools. more than 40.000 volumes, Hebrew Union College adjacent to our campus will immeasurably assist all the USC (Continued on Page 2) TONIGHT AT 8 Aldous Huxley was a man of many moods, tremendously perceptive with a passionate grasp for all living things. His character was revealed by his wife and three close friends during a dinner held in honor of Huxley in USC’s Foyer of Town and Gown Thursday night. His wife, Laura, educator Robert Maynard Hutchins, film director George Cukor and author Christopher Ish-erwood told anecdotes about the lighter side of the man they knew so well. Humor and Character Of the humor and character they recalled about the literary giant, here are samples: Observant: He and Mrs. Huxley were in South America chopping Uirough a jungle when they encountered a tribe of savages who appeared to come out of the Stone Age. They were completely naked, and Mrs. Huxley was frozen with terror until her husband suddenly remarked, “Look, they are civilized, everyone of them has a vaccination mark.” Cynical: In letters to friends. Huxley expressed his complete amazement at the “marvelously well organized insanity" in which we live. Modest: Huxley was always shy of the “exaggerated respect” people showed him. Brothers Trespass Adventuresome: At a picnic organized by Huxley and his brother Julian at Topanga Canyon, they decided to “trespass” an area forbidden behind barbed wires. When the guests were later arrested by mountain rangers for trespassing, the two brothers were engaged in a serious discussion of biology even as they were digging up dirt to crawl under the wire fence. Huxley’s Daring Daring: Huxley studied the ancient Chinese medicine of accupuncture, a cure for neurological disorders by sticking golden needles into deranged nerve junctures. He sent a picture to Mrs. Huxley showing his head stuck with two needles. Investigative: Curious about extra-sensory perception, he even experimented with the controversial drug LSD, and found that it immensely enlarged a person’s senses. The dinner was sponsored by the Friends of the Libraries at USC. Latin American Guitarist To Give Bovard Concert BRAZILIAN GUITARIST — Laurlndo Almeida, Latin American guitarist, will perform in Bovard Auditorium tonight at 8. Tickets cost $2 or $1.50 with student I.D. Laurindo Almeida, who broke the Brazilian custom that no well-bred young man should learn to play the guitar, will perform in Bovard Auditorium at 8 tonight. Although bom into a musical family (his mother was a concert pianist), Almeida was not permitted to study the guitar. It was considered a disgraceful pastime for a young gentleman of a good family. Favorite Song His sister, however, was given lessons on the instrument. By watching and listening intently, the seven-year-old boy learned to play the guitar. To win his father’s approval, the young guitarist showed his talent by playing the elder's favorite song. Musical critics say he is equally adept with a Spanish or electric guitar and can render jazz, folk, or classical music with versatile precision. Almeida will perform “Pasacalle,” by Gasper Sanz; “Prelude et Allegro.” by Santiago de Murcia; “Moderate et Allegro,” by Vicenzo Galileo; and Suite in A Minor by Silvius Leopold Weiss. Bach Selections Three classical selections from Johann Sebastian Bach will be included in the program. Almeida will also play four numbers by Heitor Villa-Lobos and two by Isaac Albeniz. The “Children’s Album Suite,” by Jack W. Marshall is also on the program. General admission for the concert is $2 or $1.50 for stu-I dents with an I.D. card. Almeida had recorded several classical guitar albums for Capitol records. For : three years he was a featured performer for Stan Kenton’s jband before he struck out on | his own. First Job Almeida's first job. when ihe came to the United State3 from Brazil in 1947, was on the Samuel Goldwyn production of “A Star Is Bom.” Since then he has written the musical scores for such motion pictures as “Maracaibo” and “Escape from San Quentin.” He has been in concert at Carnegie Hall, the Chicago and San Francisco Opera Houses and the Hollywood BowL 1
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 56, No. 88, March 22, 1965|
Rights Rally Scheduled for Noon
] DAI University of Southern California LY • TROJ FAIn
Vol. XVI LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1965 No. 88
Takagaki to Run
Jr. Class Head Labels ASSC Total Fiasco'
Junior Class President Rick Takagaki announced Friday that lie will enter the race for ASSC president today.
In a prepared statement, Takagaki labeled this year’s edition of student government “a total fiasco,
which began with John Be-
Trojan Asks Why Teachers Teach
Selma Veteran Will Speak On Human Dignity
By J AMY MARONEY
Tommy Trojan will witness an active protest on campus today against the maltreatment of Negroes in Selma. Ala.
The “Rally for Human Dignity,” sponsored by the Human Relations Committee and USC’s religious directors, will begin at noon and !Kpisro|,;i; church \ West.
last for fifteen minutes. minister Fellowship, the Wes-
Law professor Leonard G.
Ratner will make a brief statement on the law as a support for human dignity.
Rev. James E. Jones, who has just returned from Selma, will explain the situation and point out concerns in Los An-
tinis’ abortive attempt to abolish student government.” He said students have understandably lost all faith and interest in student government.
“Betinis organized the recent Constitutional Convention, then resigned his chairmanship and left the group with only five weeks to prepare a new document,” he said.
“The shortage of time resulted in a product that students failed to understand. Consequently the constitution was defeated.”
Takagaki will outline a
sponsored by the Faculty the Hillel Foundation, the to continue their protest. Committee on Religious In-
This is the first time in the * fraternity's history that they have sponsored two retrospective film series in one terests.
I semester. j Stimulate Students
The series will be presented He said the primary , at 8 p.m. every Tuesday in of the professor is to stimu-133 Founders Hall.
Teachers Earn While They Learn
Opportunities for persons holding a bachelor's degree to qualify for a teaching credential while earning approximately $1500 a year as a teaching assistant are available in school districts of the Los Angeles area.
Dr. Donald Wilson of tlie School of Education announced the opportunity
Thursday. ' . , .
tt , , five-point plan in his cam-
Under USC s teacher as- pajgn *