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GAUCHOS GALLOP TO TIGER LAIR; PIGSKIN HIGHLIGHT RATED TOSSUP Fresh Wizard Heads Visiting Eleven Under Patterson lights [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
GAUCHOS GALLOP TO TIGER LAIR; PIGSKIN HIGHLIGHT RATED TOSSUP Fresh Wizard Heads Visiting Eleven Under Patterson lights Grid Titantic Tonight By TOM PETERSON How strong are the Tigers? How weak were the Aggies? These questions and many more will probably be answered this evening when a pdwer-laden Santa Barbara Gaucho eleven gallops onto Patterson Field to try their hand at roping a revengeful-minded Occidental Tiger who has bitter memories of last season’s 27-to-25 setback. The hectic struggle commences at 8 p.m. Big game fever has been mounting all week on the Oxy campus and even though you can still get 7 points if you like the Bengals, nearly everybody expects the same type of slambang thriller these foes have been waging for years. Oxy Victor 10 Times The Gauchos and Tigers will be meeting each other for the 19th time since the grid rivalry started in 1927. Occidental has been victorious 10 times in these previous contests, Santa Barbara seven times, and one game resulted In a t...
Bengal Yearlings in 1952 Pigskin Debut [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Bengal Yearlings in 1952 Pigskin Debut By JIM TERRILL Occidental’s freshman football team travels to the desert’s edge this Saturday night where they will open their 1952 campaign against the Lancaster Junior College varsity. Festivities begin at precisely 8 p.m. One of the finest Antelope squads in many moons will take to the field against the Tigers. Featured by the excellent passing of quarterback Jim Weis and the catching of lofty end Ted Cox, plus a potent ground attack headed by all-league halfback Val Compton, Lancaster will certainly be no picnic. Skillfully employing the T with split T variations, the aforementioned talent is used to great advantage. Antelopes Swift This speedy, high-scoring crew has a record of one victory and one loss so far this season, their sole defeat coming from La Verne College, a fouryear school, and by a slim 10point margin. Occidental counters with a spirited but yet untested eleven. The Bengals are beginning to take shape and are now showing the...
Poolmen Poke USC Poloists In Trojan Tank [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Poolmen Poke USC Poloists In Trojan Tank Oxy’s stock in the forth coming Fullerton J. C. Water Polo Tournament Tuesday and Thursday at Fullerton enjoyed a sudden rise as the local tanksters romped to a 11-4 triumph over the USC Trojans, last Wednesday in the losers pool. Bob Burnside led the victors potent attack with six bach breaking goals, while his teammate Don McCoy was runnerup in the tally department with three ringers. The Bengals splashed their way to the win with a scoring spurt in the third quarter which rang up eight points. Guards Jim Ensign, Frank Dowdell and goalie Harry Lawrence displayed a brilliant defensive game by holding the vaunted Vermont waders to one lonely digit in the final frame. Last year in the Fullerton Tournament Oxy entered competition to emerge with third place laurels, but are expected to improve their showing this year on the strength of Wednesday’s showing. The Taylor poolmen open in their first league game against El Camino J. C. this coming wee...
PROBABLE STARTING LINE-UP [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
PROBABLE STARTING LINE-UP Occidental Santa Barbara No. Name Wt. Pos. Wt. Name No. 44 Joe DeCarolis 185 LER 200 Sid Green 45 52 Gordon Wells 205 LTR 225 Chuck Miller 42 50 AI Padilla 185 LGR 210 Ray Stark 38 40 Rudy Gallardo 195 C 200 Marvin Ashby 46 34 John Sonnichson 170 RGL 190 Dale Weber 27 59 Jim Parrish 200 RTL 215 Grant Gaunce 48 52 Dick Wells 185 REL 170 George Mattias 26 23 Phil Lozano 170 Q 200 Bob Schaefer 47 41 Matt Kurilich 185 LHR 165 Bill Davis 35 25 Dick McCullough 175 RHL 160 Bucky Baird 10 33 Keith Noonan 195 F 180 Dave Gorrie 32 189 Average Weight, Line 201 181 Average Weight, Backfield 176 186 Average Weight, Team 192
Hawk’s Eye View [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Hawk’s Eye View By Doug Hawkes •&gt; Year in and year out the leaves begin to fall at this time and likewise Hawk’s Eye pulls the big perennial and again adorns this hallowed corner. Needless to say it has been a long 15 months and I am very happy to be back as Bengal Banter Boucher onc&gt;# again. It is really lovely to be able to shoot the breeze, via the quill, concerning matters of sports, and dispense with such navy chatter as anchors and other miscellaneous trivia. Visitors Tough It’s big game night and from this corner the Tigers chances look slightily on the dark side. The Gauchos will be fielding a team which far outweighs the home - brews and which lost a tough edged 7-6 decision to a very good Whittier eleven last week. Unless the locals can show more than they have in the past week it could be a plenty rough evening for all those concerned with advancing the pigskin for Oxy. The entire load of tonights colossal will fall upon the quarterbacking shoulders ...
WYLIE, SWAN FIVES WINNERS IN OPENING IM ENCOUNTERS [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
WYLIE, SWAN FIVES WINNERS IN OPENING IM ENCOUNTERS The 1952 intramural basketball season got off to a rousing start last Monday as the off-campus men overwhelmed a determined Swan Hall five, 40-33. Bill Mowry and Bob Marshall sparked the attack for the OCM quintet with 10 and 8 points, respectively. Dan Stark of Swan led all scoring with 12 points. BOX SCORE Swan (33) OCM (40) Stark (12) F Mowry (8) Callison (7) F Marshall (10) Swanson (3) C Clauss (6) Glllilan (6) G Haurt (6) Johnson (6) G Johnson (6) Scoring Subs: OCM—Quock (2). Taus Eke Win In the second game of a doubleheader last Monday, the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity squeezed out a 31-29 victory over the Phi Gamma Delta team in a contest that was a thriller all the way. Jim Wakeman of the ATOs became hero of the day with a last-second desperation shot that tickled the mesh as the gun went off giving the Tau’s the win. Leroy Small dumped in 12 markers to run second to Wakeman, who garnered 14. Ron Cooper of the Fijis led all sc...
Bill Anderson On Select List [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Bill Anderson On Select List Season 1951-52 placed Head Basketball Coach Bill Anderson in the ranks of a highly select group of men. The veteran Oxy mentor joined the 38 other casaba coaches who have won more than 250 games during their careers. Ajiderson’s record now stands at 259 wins and 181 losses after 20 years of coaching the basketball sport. Others on the list are Phog Allen of Kansas University, Nibs Price of the University of California and Adolph Rupp of the University of Kentucky.
MVvIU MALIIa LLmO [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
MVvIU MALI Ia LL m O By JOHNNY FISHER Emerging on the long end of a 22-6 tilt withTtlie California Aggies at Davis, Oxy’s triumphant Tigers last Friday made the most promising opening game showing in the memory of many a Bengal sage as they administered the drubbing on the home field of the northern California eleven. In what was billed to be an extremely close tussle, the Orange and Black-clad -squad made local cdds-makers rewrite their books as they ran rampant on the Davis gridiron, making yardage apparently at will. The first quarter saw starting left halfback Jim Reagan (in lieu of All-Conference Matt Kurilich) catch a short toss from Phil Lozano and cross the goal line standing up. Fallows missed the ensuing conversion but more than made restitution for It later In the game. The second aerial teedee of the night took place late in the first half when Doc Marrin, Tiger left end, snagged a screamer that traveled well over 40 yards in the air and then continued the rest of the wa...
Stad. Tiger of Week In Initial Clash [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Stad. Tiger of Week In Initial Clash Chosen as the most outstanding player in the initial game of the 1952 football season was Tom Stadlinger, the stalwart defensive line backer for Oxy’s eleven. The popular senior, who is six feet one inch tall and weighs 200 pounds, was injured during the game that the Bengals won from the Cal Aggies by a score of 22-6. This injury, a painful shoulder separation, will keep Tom out of action for at least four or five games. There is a strong possibility that the shining defensive star will return to action in time for the big games at the end of the present campaign. He has been the kick-off specialist for the Tiger squad for the past two years. After having played end during his previous football experiences at Oxy, Saturday’s fray was his first at the linebacker post. The staunch footballer was directly responsible for a safety scored in the first half when he broke through the line to block a punt. Because of the lack of Oxy fans at the game, th...
★ Quiet, Please [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
★ Quiet, Please Let’s face it! We could go to UCLA for a fraction of what one quarter costs here and havq just as good a library and receive almost as good teaching. But we don’t. We pay a lot of money to go to Oxy, and we expect to get something for it. Believe it or not, there are some people who like to take advantage of what they pay for. .We have a fine library and an excellent library staff. It is open from 7:30 in the morning to 10 at night, 9 to 5 on Saturday and 2 to 5 on Sunday. Not many large universities offer more than that. Furthermore, there is a staff of six trained librarians, one of whom is always on duty no matter what hour of the day or night. Yet there are some people who evidentW cannot tell the difference between the Cooler and the Library. There are some immature individuals —not particularly freshmen, either —who Insist on making enough disturbance to deprive serious students of precious study time. They talk and laugh, rehashing old fun and exchanging new j...
BOX ONE [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
BOX ONE By Rad OreaKam Football has reared its irascible head in the form of black eyes and peeled noses over hundreds of schools throughout the nation once again, and Occidental is certainly no exception. Since the smoke of our first fray has cleared away, we are happy to say that our wellbalanced and spirited team has achieved what we hope will be a long, unbroken string of victories. However, I think that although the student body wasn’t there in person to cheer the team on to victory, it deserves at least a small share of the credit for the win. What I am alluding to is the splendid “send off” the student body gave the team on Thursday when they left. It did the players good to see that the students were so wholeheartedly and enthusiastically behind them, and it put them in the right frame of mind to do their very best when they took to the field. Thus, enthusiasm and pep is wonderful and I sincerely hope that it continues unabated. But enthusiasm in and of itself is not a virtu...
*P<ucx [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
*P&lt;ucx by Utzingerand Ming Some of “The Occidental” staff members were invited to a special preview showing of M-G-M’s “Ivanhoe” last week and, all in all, were very favorably impressed. Scott’s story takes place in twelfth century England and although Ferguson and Bruun make no mention of Robin Hood and his Merrie Men, they do venture to call Richard-the-Lion-Hearted an irresponsible knight-errant who spent all of his time fighting the Third Crusade. Of course this left Ivanhoe and his Jewish and Saxon friends home alone to bicker with the wicked Prince John and to raise money to get King Richard out of jail. The movie moves swiftly and excitingly through a series of medieval jounsts, ending happily with Richard, his ransom paid, dashing up at the head of a column of shining white knights. “Ivanhoe” leaves a pleasant aftertaste because, unlike “Quo Vadis,” it does not attempt to carry a “message” but, instead, takes the whole situation in a spirit of good clean fun. Righ...
nPrlinWOTaffly Fast and Furiously GOP's Slogan Obscures the Vital Issues [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
nPrlinWOTaffly Fast and Furiously GOP's Slogan Obscures the Vital Issues By KEN JENKINS As the tempo of the campaigns Increases the appeals to emotion follow, and we know that elections are won by these appeals. However, we ned not be swayed by every wind that blows and there are some firm ledges to which we may cling. Often we vote for a party which does not represent our views on a variety of issues. We are overcome by party labels which have no bearing on the facts. A brief resume of the voters by key Republicans in the Congress may give us a clue as to whether or not they represent our sentiments on major Issues. In the last Congress, the major bills for consideration were: Troops to Europe. Aid to India, Aid to Europe, Continuance of the Point Four Program, Control of Meat Prices, Continued Wage and Price Controls, Plugging of Tax Loopholes, Continued Public Housing, School Construction, Oil Revenue for Schools, Reorganization of the Internal Revenue Dept,, Aid to Medical Schoo...
War Is Key To Fair Deal Prosperity [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
War Is Key To Fair Deal Prosperity By STEVE SALSBURY Peace, war, and the economic security of the individual are closely related problems. Around these problems should revolve the basic issues of the Presidential Campaign. This is the first in a series of four related articles dealing with the Democratic record in relation to war, and economic prosperity. Today’s article will serve as an Introduction for the following three. The key slogan in the Democratic campaign has been "Don't let them take IT away," or "You never had IT so good." The IT of course refers to the prosperty which has hit the country la the wake of the last two wars (Korea and World Wax II). In fact the IT has been dependent up on war, and the continuance of the IT will depend upon war or the fear of future war. Let me elaborate. In the 1930’s when the New Deal came to power we were in the midst of what the Democrats sneeringly call the Hoover * Depression. Needless to say, having run on the promise of ending the H...
Kt@«a [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
THIS TIME BY GRUBER Each person is the sole member of his own aristocracy. Although you may think yourself “so much above it all,” still you cannot consider everyone as a peasant. You are forced to lower yourself somewhat in order to have friends. But there is too much an air of condescending equality in friendship. There is too much fear of being a common man. A messenger came running to the king, saying, “Your Majesty, the people are revolting!” And he, in real boredom, replied simply, “Yes, aren’t they.” We of the Brave New World find little respect for monarchs of “divine right" and their selfrighteous whims. Yet each of us adopt many of their undesirable traits. We tend to think of individuality as the right to act superior. The average person avoids being “common” by assuming superiority. This only proves their sub-normality. It takes thought and real effort to follow' the philosophers and be worthy of—not better than—your brother. Our actions are guided by what we think other...
Light Chartreuse Vs. Cocoa Brown [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Light Chartreuse Vs. Cocoa Brown Sharp eyes can now detect the gleam of light chartreuse in the “Fang” and “Occidental” offices quietly leering at the athletic offices’ cocoa brown walls. Most startling to the unwary is “The Occidental’s” bulletin board where assignment sheets hang against a strawberry pink background. (Color does things to the senses, it’s claimed.) (?).
All Over World Brethren Unite For Communion [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
All Over World Brethren Unite For Communion This weekend Protestant Christians the world over will unite to commemorate the Lord’s Supper as they celebrate World Wide Communion Sunday. From New Zealand to Iceland this event will draw people closer in the bond of Christian fellowship. When and where did World Wide Comunion begin? What is its background? The idea for this international service started in the 1930's when the Presbyterians initiated it in their own denomination. The Federal Council of Churches, working with the World Council of Churches, adopted the concept in 1940 and established it on an interdenominational scale. The past twelve years have witnessed a steady growth in the popularity and spirit of this event until today Christians in every nation celebrate World Wide Communion Sunday. This communion sacrament reaches back in its origins over three thousand years to the day when the Hebrews were delivered from bondage in Egypt and engaged, under the guidance of God, in...
Dilemma [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Dilemma Every day as I chug up the hill in my car in time for nine o’clock I am confronted with spots just almost-big-enough for parking. Why can’t students park their cars decently? There would be more room for everyone. Elsie Foreman TIGER GROWLS
Cheer, dern ya! [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Cheer, dern ya! To ASOC Dear Students: We would like to thank all those who gave us their support in the tryouts for cheerleader. We will do our best to justify your confidence in us. But to do this we need your help. On Thursday noon the student body staged one of the most enthusiastic pep rallies ever seen on the Oxy campus. We would like to continue with this excellent start in mind and make the Oxy spirit something even greater than it is now. To do this every member of the student body must attend and participate in all the athletic events of the year. We must all give our best in yells, songs, card stunts, and pep rallies. This year the football team has the opportunities and the horses to go all the way to a second league championship, but they cannot do it alone. They need your support. Please give it to them. Thanks once more for the chance to lead you this year. Appreciatevly, Keith Ryan Bob Segbarth Dan MacKenzie Chuck Hammond
Aziza States Smog Is Much Of a Problem [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Aziza States Smog Is Much Of a Problem Seasoning Oxy ’ s activities with a cosmopolitan flavor this year are our exchange students from opposite ends of the earth. One of them Aziza Rashad, is a quietly gracious Egyptian lass with a sparkling sense of humor. Aziza comes to Oxy this year from the American University, a U.S.-sponsored protestant institution in Cairo, Egypt, where Oxy’s Dick Lundy is now studying under the student exchange plan. She comments with enthusiasm on the friendliness at Occidental and says she found it easy to adjust to her new surroundings. Coming here by boat and train, Aziza saw a large area of the U. S. and remarks that the California clitnate, which is much like that of Egypt, offers no problem for her but for the smog. During her stay here, Aziza is doing graduate work in economics, which she hopes to put to use when she returns to Cairo next year. Meanwhile Oxy extends her a hearty welcome!