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CELEBRATION EMPTIES OLE TIBER OULCR Oxy Cowpokes Head for Los Flores Barbecue [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
CELEBRATION EMPTIES OLE TIBER OULCR Oxy Cowpokes Head for Los Flores Barbecue The Oxy wagon-train is headin' for the open range tomorrow, and plans are to materialize at the whoppin' Los Flores Ranch for the biggest whing-ding •( the year, a Barbecue 1952. ASOC (Association for Seasoned Old Cowhands) hankers to see a near-record stampede of 900 at this 7th annual celebration. Jest a wagonload of entertainment has been thunk up and fixed by the fellers that do the thinkin' up and the fixin'; if you hain't doin' nothin', you kin always be lookin'. Sheriff Grizzly Gresham says that thar'll be competition among the four classes, as usual, in all the rodeo events, and a dandy prize will be presented to the champs, besides the ribbons awarded the individual winners. These rodeo rompin's, which are startin' at 2 p.m., include steer-ridin', sack races, calf-tyin', relay races, and the dad-blamdest chariot-race you ever done seen. Two of the senior rancheros from the Occidental Outpost, Dean...
EVENTS OF THE DAY [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
EVENTS OF THE DAY WHEN WHAT WHERE 2:00 p.m. steer-riding corral 2:30 p.m. sack races corral 2:45 p.m. student-faculty race corral 3:15 p.m. calf tying corral 3:45 p.m. block races—teams corral 4:00 p.m. faculty stunt corral 4:30 p.m. chariot race you'll find it 4:4s—chow time games, fool-around anywhere, everywhere 5:30-7:00 eat where the line is 7:00 —? program barn
Bel! Gets The Bill! [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
Bel! Gets The Bill! Seems there's been a stink raised out Bell Field way for quite a smell now, which makes the smog seem about as potent as a caged polecat. It all adds up to the fact that the Department of Building and Grounds has been tossing the bull around a little bit, trying to get something besides weeds to grow there. First of all, they plowed the ground up so that the roots of that pesty Dallas grass were plumb upside down. Seems the Dallas grass, an importation from a little precinct back east, has just about been taking over the local prairie. Next, the buldozers moved in to regrade the place and break up all the big clods. Finally, a layer of stuff known as "organic fertilizers" was spread all over to guarantee a really good turf. Mr. Henry Hare, superintendent of buildings, and Mr. Harris Henry Purdy, newly apointed superintendent of grounds, reckon that things will be ready so that intramural footbal land the AF-ROTC kin proceed with their activities under satisfactor...
Hitchin’ Post Designated [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
Hitchin’ Post Designated They done got rules. You cain't jest go up to any dadburned hitchin' post and park that wagon. You gotta know the whereabouts of areas reserved for student horsepower. ASOC has posed parking maps on bulletin boards about the Tiger Ranch to inform students on the matter. September 29th through October 2rd will serve as a warning period so that drivers may learn where the areas are. After the latter date, a fine will be given those who break the law. The fine amounts to $.50, but if not paid to the cashier in Johnson Hall within 48 hours, the fine will jump to $.75.
Bengal Gradepoint Swells: Curriculum, Faculty, Ditto [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
Bengal Gradepoint Swells: Curriculum, Faculty, Ditto The Eagle Rock Academic Rancho has acquired nine new foremen this semester, and has added seven new courses to its corralculum. The language department received Dr. Gabriele von Munk Benton, of the University of Vienna, Austria, as a lecturer, and Mr. Leland Stillman Babcock from the University of California, who takes the position of assitsant professor of modern languages. Dr. Robert P. Collier, University of Washington at Seattle, will be an addition to the economics department as an assistant professor, and Dr. Charles J. Falk, secretary to the Board of Education and assistant to the superintendent of San Diego city schools, is a new associate professor of education. The physical education department received a new instructor in Miss Geraldine Smith from Utah Agricultural College in Logan, Utah. Also newly arived are Dr. Scott Greer, lecturer for the sociology department, from Santa Barbara College, and Mr. Hallock Hoffman, a ...
'No Cuts This Year' Says Assembly Body [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
'No Cuts This Year' Says Assembly Body Students will be allowed no cuts for the weekly required assemblies beginning this semester, according to a policy statement issued by the administration last week. The new policy was approved by the Student-Fac-ulty Assembly Committee after due consideration last spring. “We feel that if the assemblies are worth having, they are deserving of the support of the whole student body,” Dean of the Faculty Glenn Dumke explained. “Furthermore, we believe that this new policy will do away with the negative approach most students had to- wards assemblies when they were allowed to cut one-third of them.” Seniors will be required to attend assemblies once monthly. At that time, freshmen will hold class meetings in Alumni Hall, since Thorne Hall will not seat the entire student body. Excused absences will be cleared through the offices of the Deans. Infirmary excuses must be presented within one week after return to classes. Dean Glenn Dumke
New Thorne Display [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
New Thorne Display Beginning Monday and conlinuing through October 17, the Art Department has aranged to show “1848,” a new exhibition prepared by the editors of Life in their series of exhibitions on the history of Western culture. This display, coordinated with the material now being discussed in History of Civilization 111, is the first of the year’s exhibitions planned by the Art Department for Thorne Hall. Other exhibitions will include works by well known
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
The Art Department announces that it still has some framed reproductions of paintings and prints available for loan to students, faculty and administrative staff, for a small fee. Artists included are Cezanne, Gaughin, Holbein, Bosch, Giorgione, de Hooch, Rousseau and Modigliani. To obtain a print, students may apply to Mr. J. Donald Young in Johnson 40 or Miss Constance Perkins in Johnson 43.
Glee Members Meet, Greet [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
Glee Members Meet, Greet Getting together yesterday for their first social event of the season were the eighty some new members of Oxy’s combined men and women’s glee clubs. Howard Swan, music instructor, is director of the group. Gerald Christensen, president of the men’s glee club, announced that plans are under way to make this season the most successful yet in the long history of the organizations. Officers of the men’s glee club for the coming year are: Doug Bowman, president; Bob Hauert, vice-president; Bill Bangham, secretary; Gerald Christensen, manager; and Bill Priestly, Don Taylor and Bob Stickney, librarians. Women’s glee club officers are; Donna Barnes, president; Margaret Kirkpatrick, vice-pres-ident; Mary Christensen, secretary; Edith Pankey, manager; Maiy Lou Hartsough, historian; and Alice Sabin, librarian.
RO Faces New Year With Corps Of 405 Cadets [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
RO Faces New Year With Corps Of 405 Cadets Bolstered by the addition of 119 new cadets and four new permanent party personnel, the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps prepares to embark upon its second year on the Occidental campus. The addition of the incoming freshmen brought the Wing total to 405 cadets, and the permanent party staff was increased to seven commissioned officers and four airmen. Heading the unit this year will be seventeen senior officers who will receive their commission in the regular Air Force next June. These men received their first taste of actual Air Force activity at a four-week summer camp which they attended. A group of eight completed their training at Hamilton Field near San Francisco, where Cadet Major Jeff Meisser was reported to have been one of the outstanding cadets. All of the Oxy men did exceptionally well, ranking near the top of their classes academically. Five cadets took their summer training at Castle Air Force Base near Merced where ...
Absentee Ballots Available lor Voters [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
Absentee Ballots Available lor Voters Students living on campus who wish to take advantage of the absentee ballot for the coming November elections may obtain application form from Dean of the Faculty Glenn Dumke immediately. "Many people think that the absentee voting procedure is complicated,” the Dean said, "but actually it is very simple.” The first step is submitting the application to the Registrar of Voters, Benjamin S. Hite, 808 North Spring Street, Los Angeles 12, Calif. These applications may be received only between the dates of October 15 and October 30. Each person requesting an absentee ballot must complete an individual, written application, that is, both man and wife must send in individual, written aplication. On receipt of the application at the office of the Registrar of Voters, the absentee ballot will be sent to the voter. This ballot may be executed on or before election day, Tuesday, November 4.
Politics Satirized In Local Production [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
Politics Satirized In Local Production With national elections on the horizon, Oxy Players will present that famous political satire, “The First Lady,” by George Kaufman, on October 10 and 11. Season tickets to this year’s three Players productions are on sale now in the quad during the noon hour. Selling at $1.50 per, they represent a 50 percent savings on individual tickets. The ducats will be sold until the opening of the first production. Marilyn Burn and Dee Moore ar» featured as two scheming women. Their ambition—to see their husbands nominated for the presidency on their party ticket. The former portrays the wife of the Secretary of State (Darryl Guy), while Russell Groat as Justice of the Supreme Court is Miss Moore’s spouse. The battling of these mesdames in their sophisticated, sarcastic way, provides "The First Lady” with no end of laughs. Adding comical variety to the play is Bobbie Cook in her role of Louella May Creevey, the president of W. P. P. and P. (Women’s Peace,...
Witlock Guests At Stud. Church [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
Witlock Guests At Stud. Church Rev. Glen Witlock, minister of counseling at the Emanuel Presbyterian Church of Los Angeles, will be ..guest ..speaker this Sunday at Student Church. An Occidental alumnus, Witlock is one of the founders of the Student Church, and currently a member of the Candidates Committee of the Los Angeles Presbytery. The service will be held at 11:30 a.m. with choir practice at 10 a.m. under the direction of Dodo Kirkpatrick and Bob Bledsoe. New Student Andrew Zolnay, new student from Hungary, will be the guest at Fireside Fellowship this Sunday. Zolnay, who recently had to flee from the communists in Hungary, will tell the group of his experiences. Starting time for this program is 6:45 in the Women’s Lounge. Refreshments will be served. Bull sessions for freshmen at faculty homes will replace vespers next Thursday evening. Church Director Noble
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
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