Possibly connected to Los Angeles Times article, June 18, 1932, University’s Commencement Held in Hollywood Bowl, U.C.L.A. Grants 1090 Diplomas, Vast Crowd Sees Exercises at Hollywood Bowl, President Sproul Speaks of “New World” Problems, Intelligence Only Progress Surety, Moore Tells Class
Rufus B. Von Kleinsmid awarding a diploma to an older woman graduate, with other faculty members seated, all in caps and gowns, under decorated pavilion, with Coliseum peristyle with scaffolding visible in background
The Stanford University float has a traditional Stanford Indian rendered in flowers in a floral canoe on a crimson tide, symbolic of Alabama, the rival team in that day's football game. The float is shown passing the Goodhue flagpole at the intersection of Orange Grove Blvd. and Colorado Blvd.
Miss Canada, Grant Donley, in skirt, sweater, and knitted hat, and Miss Mexico, Marianita Servin, in skirt, sleeveless blouse, and necklace, lighting explosive fuse to open Roosevelt Highway, with cut ribbons on ground, wide ribbon behind them, and uniformed officers and crowd, many waving hats, and hillside in background
University of Southern California vice president Frank C. Touton awarding diploma to his daughter, Harriet Louise Touton, both in caps and gowns, under edge of decorated pavilion, with other faculty members looking on and Coliseum seats and American flag in background