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: — See Dons vs. Bulldogs On Sunday al Kezar At 2:.'i0 ►♦♦♦-♦♦-♦ ♦"♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦« ♦• VOL. XI. No. 9. ♦ Make Deposits on Senior Rings IN ow .............. SAN FRANCISCO, NOVKMl'.KK 2. 1934. FRIDAY Injury Ridden Team Seeks ft* Lighthouse By THE EDITOR AFTER a two-week layoff, the I'SI' lions again resume their bat- He for grid supremacy. With only three games behind them and with one. of these only in the win column, the lions are still way out in front. We are recognized as one oi ihe strongest teams on the Coast. We have, Indeed, been termed the hardest team to beat, the team with the most fight Ol any Hay Region team. Losing the Santa Clara game was no disgrace. Santa Clara has The best team that she has had In a good many years and through sheer fljjhi she beat us. A greal Stanford team had to resort to a Held goal in order to beat us. * * * SUNDAY—Next Sunday we are going out to Kezar and meet another great team from the north. Gonzaga has been throwing a scare into all her opponents so far this year. With wins over two Conference teams she will prove uo easy victim for the Dona Hut it strength and Ihe will to win counts for very much DBF Is going to "lake the bulldogs. Police Chief Exposes Fakers 01 Larue Cities USF Magazine Will Appear Next January Amphitheatre Project to Be Completed Final S^j For St. Mary's Game Rally, December 7| em on has threatened to<S>oul Kappa Alpha Phi Presents Famed Law Export To Students BEGGING A RACKET Scores 1* u I) I i c Lotteries; Holds That All Are Crooked Ex. Committee Reorganizes Plans for First Quarterly NOT A SUPPLEMENT Kappa Lambda Sigma Officers Act As Temporary Hoard of Editors Ol By ROBERT LANCTOT William .1. Quinn. Chief of Police San Francisco, on Wednesday ad- Leo Murphy complete Ihe Questionable known io the public as Howl." Wrong Impression Ml hough ihe majority of lhe student body has been under the impression 11m t the proposed amphitheatre had been given ii|i as a hud job, the enthusiastic promoter of the rustic stadium, Murphy, announced ; this week thai the Bowl will be completed for the St. Mary's game rally, December 7. Twelve student S.E.R.A. work ers will he employed on the pro I ject until completion, Leo Murphy and Willis O'Brien will direct operations. Fire Pits Built [Tnforseen difficulties which arose io prevent the completion of the lb satisfaction ot the dlrec Tin- long discussed literary magn /.im- will soon become a reality. This was the announcement made itudenl I on the I 'Tuesday by the Ex. Committee. Bids I Bowl last month have been worked rackets of begging and lotteries at have been ser" out »•» Printers and: 11:50 in Room II-. He spoke nn ; '•'■'■ der lhe auspices of Kappa Alpha ,l;n Phi. Chief Quinn related ihe experlenc-1 with ihe initial number due to es of the police department with | make Its appearance in January project tors. •Murphy! During the past three weeks char J le.s Niaughton, Art O'Flannigan and John O'Rourke have done various Odd jobs about the Howl site. Wood, has been placed in the lire pits. TWO Ground has been leveled for Ihe con structlon of a stage. other prep arations have been made for the completion of the open air theatre. According to Murphy, work will be started within the next few days. Before the Bowl is ready, it win be necessary to reset the rows of seats already placed, and to build a wooden stage. Temporary Lighting Tentative plans do not Include a permanent lighting system. A temporary cable ami equipment from the history University stage will be employed | Price an for the St. Mary's rally. Pessimistic Dons Await Sabballi Ring Committee Till Wilh Zags Made by Senio )V ■& Designs, Two I'rices Will Be Offered This Year Injuries Hit Lewismen; Pete and Mike Disabled DEPOSITS NOW DUE Ordei <> Received By Nov. Be Filled By Christmas Offering for Uu Ihi yp< flrsl lime in Ihe custom, a choice In if ring, Ihe selection By JOE ST. AMANT The lions are up againsi It. Weep- ing and gnashing of teeth Is the theme of iheir battle paean, with the shadow of the ferocious ttonzaga Bulldog hovering over iheir prac- tice Held. "Woe Is me," said Coach Lewis and chorus coaches Lewis anil M a r v i I wilh all t h e soon as all Ihe business details been completed work will sta the flrsl edition. CROWDS—The gate receipts this year have been excellent. The game Sunday will be the crucial test of I'SF popularity. What we need most at present is the support of the public. In our two home games thus far we have played before large crowds; but our opponents were highly advertised teams. Gon- gaza, while having already proven itself a strong aggregation, might not possibly be such a strong drawing card in San Francisco. There- h'i.-, ;< ',, the vvuiMwy ui the Dons themselves which must pack Kezar Stadium on Sunday. And we think that lhe stands will be filled.—thai 1TSF has al last come Into her own in the public acclaim tit the Baj lteglnn. beggars and gamblers and told of the methods of these nefarious ! groups. The large audience was startled to learn that 98% of the beggars on the streets of any large city '. are professionals. But most surprising was the revelation that a great number of beggars have business managers who accompany them from city to city. Such managers perform an office similar to that of managers of prize fight- : ers, keeping accounts of money received, watching after the beggar's i well being .etc. No Need to Beg '•There i.s absolutely no need to Hive io any beggar on the slu-rls of San Francisco," Chief Quinn staled. ."Proper organizations, notably the ■Community Chest, are fully capable j of caring for the needy." Begging was branded us an evil to our economic system. Chief articles are now being accepted by the editorial staff. For the pres eni lime the officers of Kappa Lambda literary society, will acl as members of the editorial board, A permanent staff will be selected later. Although literary in tone the magazine will contain other features. Articles by prominent alumhi and faculty members will also be given space. Seek Talent All students of the university, are eligible to submit articles to the temporary board. These efforts will Contest Awards Law Club Hears i [Not Yet Chosen Captain Riordan of the Uing Committee was approv- pathos of Greek tragedians. And ed by the entire Senior Class early speaking of Creeks, fear them even this week. | bearing gifts. The Bulldogs are The two rings are priced al $21.00 loud in their official praise of the and $17.00. Tho higher priced ring Dons but followers of Ihe San Fran- Short Story Prizes to Dei Veteran Officer Explodesid«?abimyat noi ring and Named Next Week 'Third Degree" Myth Due lo the postponement of Ihe meeting of the Publications Council, scheduled for last Wednesday, prizes for the FOGHORN Short Story Con- lesl have no! as yet been announced. Council to Meet Awards lust year were a gold pin. be selected for publication purely on a fountain pen and a book picked by Quinn explained Ihal money given INJURIES—The only lament of the;10 beggars lakes ii from the proper Dons up to the preseni date with re-1l gard to preparation for the Gon zaga game has to do with injuries. However, most of those on the injured list will be able to play Sunday. In tact, though not generally- known, several of the men upon whom "Spud" Lewis depends most have played in the last two games; professional beggar to roller of trade and. hence, everyone suffers. "The greater part of the money obtained from begging," he said, "is spent on things which yield no economic benefits. An example of such things is gambling. "Il is exceedingly easy for any t a dol their merits of literary quality and [ interest. The manner of selecting a per- ' manent editorial board has not as yet been decided. This matter will be discussed by the Ex. Commit tee. The name, size and makeup are further characteristics which will be decided in the near future. They I will be announced in the FOGHORN. : The new campus publication will • I not be a literary supplement to lhe I I FOGHORN. It is to be a separate ', l endeavor. However, the Editor and ! Business Manager of the new magazine will become members of the I student Publications Council the contestant receiving third choice H is probable lhat lhe prizes this year will be similar. Police Capt. Michael Riordan last night addressed the St. Ives Club, upper division law .society. Capt. Riordan is lhe first of a group of differ., from the second only in that it Is re-enforced with nn silver section. This inner section, while changing the appearance of tin Its strength y- It is guaranteed in the contract that wear will not cause the inner silver lining to become visible. Green Stone Slopes are in the customary green, uid the same size as has been Ihe men prominent in public life to dis- custom in past years. The differ-j cuss various problems and points of ence lies In their shape. One Is j law before the Club this semester, facetted, while the other is smooth.! John Duff, chairman of the exectl- j The choice of stones may be had in j live committee, introduced the speak-i either priced ring. er who outlined early criminal pro cedure and the handling of pus- l'hey will' l"'''lH of police officials leading up- 1 hose,, at the next meeting ol '" m,MU'n' m,'th,*ls of apprehension while not in perfect physical condition. So. therefore, if these men have been able to demonstrate such great strength as they have already, the few minor injuries should not damage lo any great extent the chances of a Don victory. lar a day. Think of the amount | robbed for the legitimate and proper j ^ * ■ I) businesses by the army of beggars, j LiOl'lllllU II INI I tll'ly often numbering hundreds, who walk the streets of any metropolitan city." Lotteries also ex- thai ill The lottery racket posed hy the Chief. Topic for Debate Willi U.C. Senate was He stated STUDENT DEMONSTRATION—The |a" lotteries with possibly one ex-1 Traveling to the University of Cal- Itootiiig Section so far lias been theTCeption are dishonest. He admitted iforala campus last Tuesday night, best in many years. Having over! that ,10 n:"' nf" completed knowledge Noel Dyer and John Duff of the come the bogey of -lack of school 1 of this one organization. HUllop varsity debaters argued the spirit" the students have supported I "Many lotteries," he said, "in question, Resolved: Thai, the Cora- the nam lo the utmost of their abil fact the majority, take 85% a'nd raunistic movement throughout the ity. Obedience to the requests Of leave only 15% for winnings." United Stales should be rigorously the Yell Leaders hint beep most ap Chiel Quinn related a few of his suppressed by Federal. Slate and dated. Particularly comttienda- Personal experiences with beggars local governments. the Ihe ihe Publications Council, to be held next week. In reply to several requests, it is announced that manuscripts will not be received before the closing date of the contest, November 23. Rules Reprinted The rules of the competition are as follows: 1. Stories most not exceed twelve hundred words in length. 2. Manuscripts must be typewritten, on one side of the page only. 3. Manuscripts must be signed with a pseudonym. 4. The writer's true name together with his pseudonym must be submitted in a sealed envelope. 5. Manuscripts are to be submitted to the main office on and not before or after November 23. 6. Members of the FOGHORN Staff are not eligible to compete. 7. Competitors may submit more than one story. laud conviction of criminals. He then compared the methods of various I systems of police work in England, 1 on ihe Continent and in ihe United Stales. Drawing upon his years of experience as a police officer in a nietro- j politan sea port, Capt. Riordan entertained the group with a series of ! anecdotes. He also exploded the so- called "third degree" myth. Following his talk, Capl. Riordan answered questions in an informal open forum. Refreshments were served after the meet ing. All those who wish to obtain rings by the end of the preseni semester must depo.-.ii ifM.nii with the Committee before November 7. The balance Is to paid on receipt of the ring. Deposits Taken Deposits are now being taken by Committee members between classes in the College Players ticket office. Joe Dtirkin, senior class president has requested those who wish to purchase rings to notify the Committee as soon as possible Measurements will he taken as soon as the deposit is made. The Committee which handled the selection of I h e design consisted of the following seniors: Joe Durkin, John Duff, Bert Shaughnessy, Ken Lewis. Hob Halsing, Jack Donovan. John Ryan. Pal Horgan, Joe Dillon and Joe St. Amant. Relations Club Affiliates With National Group Fr. Feely lo Speak Malcolm McDonald, president of International Relations Club, to- On Meaning of Mass II. the day announced that ihe group had i tTslng an especially 'been accepted as an affiliate mem- ' -,1|:"' lacing the audienci tnonil Feely, S.J.. will Yiliey Associa- preel Me has been the lack of booing ihe'and lottery operators and told of Speaking for the affirmative decisions of referees and opposing ,ne constant efforts of the police de- USF debaters argued before players. Ii has also been gratifying lo nolo ihe ever-lncieasing number of students who have remained In the Section after the game to sing the Hymn. LOYOLA EXCURSION—Although il seems bill a short lime ago lhat eager, enthusiastic students wen making plans lo accompany lhe foot! ball squad to Corvallls, Oregon, pros-' peets Of another trip are already becoming B reality. in fact, there ii-imiius only two weeks before lhe scheduled Loyola game Very reasonable rates have been secured for siudfiiis desiring to make the trip by train, others are planning to navel by bus. And still numerous others are planning to drive to Los i Angeles In private autos. Students are looking Inrwaril to a short bill Still very enjoyable mill term vacation. partmenl to keep out of the city. President Ton Ihe speaker. such undesirables Smith Introduced Library Gift Made Hv Carnegie Society Following shortly alter the visil Of | Miss Amy Hemingway Jones, Travelling Secretary of the Carnegie Kn- dowmonl Fund, a gin of twelve'. book- was made to lhe International Relations Club by lhe peace promol ing institution. ' The books, dealing, with current ; poliiical science problems, will be ' added to the Club's section In the library. The gill wa. ii,,. laiesi of many j which have swelled the Club's col-j lection oi literature mi political top- les of lhe day. Eyening Division Student Named U.S. Army Captai PRIZE CONTEST—Opportunity is of- tend lo building authors to display their wares in the approaching FOGHORN Short Story Contest. Don'! blush unseen. Dig up thus,, old com- utlinr Ziegler. third year student positions. Find a coed one and j„ lnP PV(.ning division ol ihe touch it up and enter ii in the con- ; school ol Law, and R.O.T.C in- lest before November :';;, lhe closing struclor al Balboa High School! has date. The prizes will be worth work- been recently appointed Captain ol ing for. And don'! rorgei if you're the United Slates Arinv. active sei good you might be Invited lo write vice. for Ihe new Campus magazine \ graduate ol ihe I'niversity ol Tin-re's no belter way than this lo Southern California, Ziegler was display your talents: formerly ranked as Fir t-lleutenani Senate, senior forensic society at C. C. According to the Berkeley custom no decision was given. After the formal encounter both sides al tended a campus political meeting in which tin- mefils of all the candidates in the preseni gubernatorial race were discussed by the .-indent audience. Merriam was roundly Hayed, Sinclair praised and a Communist sympathizer read the usual proclamal ion. Kx Commitlee Plans Christmas Formal Member ol lhe Executive Com iiiitlee will meel wilh student body officers today iii Room 111 it I noon lo formulaic plans for lhe Christmas formal. The dance will he under the direr- ' i ion oi i he entire committee with Norm Petersen acting as chairman. | President Hid Ferdon, Treasurer Hon MeRlockor ami Secretary Torn D'Toolo will aid Petersen wilh his duties. Jimmy <IreerV ami Deal Taylor's orchestras are said lo be Ihe musical io gani/.a i ion favored. The lal ii-r was warmly praised lor Its per formalin1 at lhe reeciil Soph Drag. Tin- dale ha in in lental ii <ly set for Sal unlay nighl. I ii cember I 5. 1 lelillile plan.- tt ill be II Ulced in in-v i n eek': issue ol i he l-'i it I HORN Student Body Excursion Entertainment, Planned For USF-Loyola Contest ber of the Foreign lion of New York. "T1"' Mass' The Association Is lhe leading or- Mn Religious loriuni next Of its kind, sponsoring al the Inquiry, Monday i gantzatlon discussion and activities that will ° clock. lead to thought on International I T«e altar will bo placed on the Father Having crossed Corvallls off his list of the term's activities, Norman Petersen, A.S.l'.S.F. Vice-President, has announced special excursion rale, which students may obtain for the trip lo Los Angeles for the I'SI' Loyola game. The train fare for lhe trip will amounl lo $9.00 lor the round trip. This rate, however, covers only parlor ear facilities. Students desiring sleeping quarters will be able to obtain berths for $1.50 each way. Hotel arrangements have been : made wilh the Biltmore Hotel The liotrl rate; Mf set at $1.25 per day. The learn and accompanying students »ill leave San Francisco on November Ifi, Friday nighl. at s p. J in. The train arrives in Los Angeles lhe following morning at 8:30 a. in. The leam will immediately proceed lo Iheir hotel and llien IO the practice field. Plans are being made to have Ihe students assemble al one ot the bote] dining rooms on Ihe nighl of Ho 17111 lo enjoy an evening ol Southern hospitality. definite ar raiigenn-nls will be imiimmeeil later. Ihi- ! io in and members ol lhe I lldelll body will lent e I ,os Alice lies several hours following lhe game, arriving In San Francisco Ihe foi lowing iii-" uiii' in I us :nr nun [o'clock i l.i i- problems. Raymond R. Buell is the president of the Association which includes among its members many men prominent in public life and especially those interested In po im. al science. Buell is the author of the text used in the course in international relations in this University. As a result of affiliation, the International Relations Club will receive ihe publications of the For- licatlons are in ihe forms of pamph eign Policy Association. The pub- lets, several of which are distributed each month, The publications will be added to the Club's section in the library. Gavel Debaters lo Meel U.C. Tonighl Jerome Cnhill and John Duff of lhe Oavel, freshman debating society, will journey to Berkeley tonighl to meel ihe California freshman squad. The subject for discussion is :Re- - oilvil. Thai the KI'IC plan ,lf adopted would he beneficial to lhe stale oi California. The I'SF team will defend lhe negative ui the question. This is Ihe second lime within Iwo weeks Ihal I'SF has debated California on Sinclair's KI'IC plan. The van il y forensics leam last week defeated Ihe r. i' Senate on the i amc stage lacing the hall, and Feely will Illustrate the ceremonies of the Mass. during ihe lecture. I festivities The meaning and symbolism of the, vestments and the history and slgni-l flrance of Ihe Mass itself will be explained In the course of the talk. The Mass will he inlei preled in English. Father Feely has extended an in vilation to all interested non Cath olics, as well lend lhe class regular course being, condui and Rev. Pi Monday nighl as Catholics, io al- This, is pari of lhe ■ in Religious Inquiry led by Father Feely in- I uu S.J. each Associated Si mien is Hold Firsl iVIeelint The Associated Students will their firsi official meeting ol year ihis morning al i o'i lock The meeting, in lhe will be presided over I'ody Pre: idi'iii William Mli'i- ihe business meel rallj will be conducted Cisco lads look with trepidation up- invisible > on the velvety turf of lonely Kezar where the two outfits get together for their tea party ou Sunday al 2:"0 o'clock. Stars Injured The big bugaboo Injury is haunting the ranks of the Dons and ttaring gaping holes in the first and second string ranks. Bacciarini, Peterson, Delucchi, Bradley, Peterson II, and Mortenson have all felt the touch of the bedeviled hand. First it's Bacciarini's thigh and then his ankle, Peterson's knee and then his ankle until the harassed doctor feels like he's on a wild goose chase. But there's nothing so had that it couldn't be worse as Aunt Minnie n and all-in-all the Dons are ex peeled to pill forth a creditable el fort. Reason No. I: the Injuries of Peterson and Bacciarini can probably be forgotten If l hey work themselves up to game pitch. Reason No. 2: If Peterson is unable to kick .lens Bllgge should match the Zag spirals. He's been putting i hem over Ihe fence in practice. Reason No. 2: If Bacciarini is still rusty at game time, a slightly built lad, Gene Franschloni by name, m:i\ do about as well as "Madcap Mike." Franschloni was injured in spring practice and seems to be hitting his stride al Ihis time. Guards Of course the Dons still have a line, even though It is a bit tattered in the center. Sharkey Siem- ering has snapped into his real game but the guards are In a bad way. Delucchi is probably out for the season. Roscoe Shaw has a tender shoulder. Ed Hyde is nursing a sore elbow. It seems that Johnny Pucheii is lhe only first rate guard in sound condition. Shaw a n d "Gentleman Johnny" will start for the Dons. From the croscendo of moans and sobs we managed to gather that ••Pop" Blewett has. taken the flrsl string tackle job bad; fro Ktlss Lel- low. We can'i be sure, bu1 ii Is also whispered thai Bill Hinch may be found al one of the ends when start. Capt. Jim Barber, who with Johnny Pucheu was the outstanding lineman on the field against Stanford, will pair with Blewett at tackle. Backfield Starters The quarterback position is yet a Ii,i of a question mark bin Spud may use the 'Twin fullback" system wilh Bradley and Peterson. Leonardo, however, may lake over this pot ii Bradley's shoulder polnl isn'l comfortable. King and Hacciai ini will lake charge al right and lefl half. Bao- i-i.-ij iin hasn't been scrimmaging but tie Is in fairly good condition. His work mils in the Santa Clara and Stanford games lefl him a bil bruised. When a safely man plays forty-five minutes of foolball he's to take a beating, rncle 101 I constructed i Rev. Kay speak on regular Class in Ihe Audi ighl al seven ri lhe Audiloritl in by Student I. Ferdon. m- a shorl P\ Norman arc IViers The will 111 . Yin I'll.il follow I'd ■111. Ii.-.. Slow motion I'SF Sianlord garni W aria;' -. nienl in the pa.-1 i a! pii-iures nf Ihe w ill be bow ii in ipn ii la Ik TI Uanford iu tho - in ijiim 11.ui 111,1 yell pi,'I or.-.. mil Ik.I : ,! Il ■ill i j.'.11-', I'SI .il o di played imila r i .illv bound iiiis ay s. Follow -n ing line ops: Gonzaga No. i'ii lHve lad IS7 Figur ai Hale Hay I ii ainanica Brian <» Kly Key . ,' Pi Ii T: ill I:: .hi in-,' pi UcNce '• .liable itarl 11 1 11 i.r I.T it: C HV, ,1 111T mo 11 i.ii IM I . F lions Wilson Blewetl Shaw Siemering Pucheu Barber Hinch Bradley Bacciarini King Petei on Mo. SI II 10 28 :;7 :ii IS Sfl r.i; IS 44
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See Dons vs. Bulldogs
On Sunday al Kezar
►♦♦♦-♦♦-♦ ♦"♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦« ♦•
VOL. XI. No. 9.
Make Deposits on
SAN FRANCISCO, NOVKMl'.KK 2. 1934.
Injury Ridden Team Seeks
By THE EDITOR
AFTER a two-week layoff, the I'SI'
lions again resume their bat-
He for grid supremacy. With only
three games behind them and with
one. of these only in the win column, the lions are still way out in
front. We are recognized as one
oi ihe strongest teams on the Coast.
We have, Indeed, been termed the
hardest team to beat, the team with
the most fight Ol any Hay Region
team. Losing the Santa Clara game
was no disgrace. Santa Clara has
The best team that she has had In
a good many years and through
sheer fljjhi she beat us. A greal
Stanford team had to resort to a
Held goal in order to beat us.
* * *
SUNDAY—Next Sunday we are going out to Kezar and meet another
great team from the north. Gonzaga has been throwing a scare into
all her opponents so far this year.
With wins over two Conference
teams she will prove uo easy victim for the Dona Hut it strength
and Ihe will to win counts for very
much DBF Is going to "lake the bulldogs.
01 Larue Cities
Amphitheatre Project to Be Completed Final S^j
For St. Mary's Game Rally, December 7|
has threatened to