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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
FRENCH TUTORING Experienced Teacher Near the Campus AL 8295 % *5 Nothing-no. nothing-beats better taste and LUCKIES TASTE BETTER! Cleaner, Fresher, Smoother! Ask yourself this question: Why do I smoke? You know, yourself, you smoke for enjoyment And you get enjoyment only from the taste of a cigarette. Luckies taste better—cleaner, fresher, smoother! Why? Luckies are made better to taste better. And, what’s more, Luckies are made of fine tobacco. L.S./M.F.T.—Lucky Strike Means Fine Tobacco. So, for the thing you want most in a cigarette ... for better taste —for the cleaner, fresher, smoother taste of Lucky Strike... Be Happy-GO LUCKYI .La Registrar - | went to see tb _ He sent; oke clean'. *?&amp;£&amp;■&lt;**'**■ / northwests m. . r m Wl Mar 6» ret J°^° rs ity puque sne ” PRODUCT 07 Om J&amp;nttceon v(wxz*»~\^nryx&amp;n&amp; m- / iocKr x s !Me m ,o^re o O A. T. Co. AMERICA’S LEADING MANUFACTURER OT CIGARETTES Where’s your jingle? It’...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
THf OCCIDENTAL FRI., MAR. 20, 1953 &lt; OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES 41, CALIF. VOL. LXVIII, NO. 1 7 BbimiALS OCCIDENTAL VOL IXVIII, NO. 17 OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES 41, CALIF. FRIDAY, MAR. 20, 1953
Poets Invade Oxy [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Poets Invade Oxy By BERT WOODRUFF ' Coach Payton Jordan has been burning the proverbial midnight oil recently trying to figure out how the Tiger scanty clads stand in the Whittier-Oxy meet to take place at 2 p.m. tomorrow on Patterson Field. Shuffling through reams of paper, he produced a tear-stained score sheet. It read 63 to 63 going into the stretch with the mile relay shaping up as the deciding factor. When the dust clears tomorrow, there should be several new entries in the record books. In the mile, Russ Bonham appears to be all but a sure In for Whittier. Bonham clocked a 4:16.8 earlier this season and he shovtld eclipse Long Jawn Barnes’ meet record of 4:24.0 set last year. The second and third spots also seem doomed to Poet occupation. Mark at Stake Bonham will also be out to break Hal Butler’s 1:58.6 halfmile mark, set in 1951, when he tours the two-lapper with Don Munroe, Jim Terrill and Paul Southgate of Oxy. Munroe, with a 1:55.8 previous clocking, will probably offer ...
Musical Satire Hits Thome Hall Stage Tonight, Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Musical Satire Hits Thome Hall Stage Tonight, Tomorrow By ELSIE FOREMAN Ever see a car blow up on stage? Ever hear of a haystack that’s not made of hay? • Craaaazy? No, it’s just that real gone ASOC musical, “Where There’s a Will,” being presented on Thorne Hall stage tonight and " 1 ' tomorrow night. Written by Joel Davis and Nancy Ragan, this mad musical is a satire on others of Its kind. No participants are spared; actors, singers, authors and audience alike get their share of cracks. In keeping with the satiric tone of the show, traditional love songs will be replaced by an “Abomination Oration,” the Hate Song, sung by Rachel Bryant. Producer Davis also pointed out that a series of skits have been written for the people who tried out for the show but could not act. New chairmen selected to help with the production are Jim Warner, in charge of makeup, and Gale Dunn in charge of sound. The singing chorus is under the direction of Dennis Little and Josephine Kirkpatrick, while Trum...
Peer Tourney Brings Best [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Peer Tourney Brings Best Competition will be keen on campus tomorrow when over One hundred Southern California college debaters and interpretive readers meet In the second annual "Tournament of Peers.” The competition, sponsored by Tau Kappa Alpha and Zeta Phi Eta, places the top two debating teams and Interpretive readers from each school in found competition beginning at f?:30 a.m. and lasting until 5 p.m., at which time the awards will be made. Representing Oxy In debate will be Steve Salsbury and Jos Wise in the upper bracket and fim Lare and Merrill Francis in the lower bracket. The interpretive readers will come from a group consisting of Dee Sharpe, Marilyn Burn, Dee Moore, and Bill Rodman. All of these people have represented Oxy in similar competition this year. Other schools competing are: USC. UCLA, Loyola, San Diego State, Long Beach State, Los Angeles. State, Caltech, Pepperdlne, California Western and Pomona. Schedules for the day’s activities will be posted in the Coe...
FREESTONE. DE RYCKE WIN HONORS [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
FREESTONE. DE RYCKE WIN HONORS Dr. Norman Freestone and Dr. Laurence de Rycke, professors of speech and economics, recently were awarded Honor Medals from the freedoms Foundation for their efforts in contributing to a better understanding of the American way of life. Under the direction of Dr. Freestone, the speech department last spring undertook a program of assignments related to the general theme of our “American Heritage.” Throughout the semester students used subjects within the American Heritage pattern as the theme of essays and debates. Dr. de Rycke won his award for an address delivered before an institute of railroad executives. It was entitled, “The Nature of the American Private Enterprise System.” Kenneth D. Wells, president of the Freedoms Foundation, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, notified the college recently that the medals were won “for outstanding achievement in bringing about a better understanding of the American Way of Life.”
Debate Duo Meets West Pointers Here [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Debate Duo Meets West Pointers Here Merrill Francis and Jim Lare will be debating two cadets from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point next Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. in the Women’s Lounge. The public is Invited to this debate which will be on the national collegiate topic, “Resolved: The Congress of the United States 'should enact a Compulsory Fair Employment Practices law.” DR. LAURENCE de RYCKE
Interview Skedded [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Interview Skedded Miss Betty Hanneman, former stewardess with United Airlines, will visit Occidental next Thursday to interview women interested In a career as stewardesses with United Airlines. To'qualify, a girl must be an unmarried citizen between 21 and 27 years of age, must be 5 feet 2 inches but not over 5 feet 7 Inches tall, with weight proportional to height. An additional requirement is completion of two years of college. Accepted applicants are trained for five weeks at United’s Cheyenne, Wyoming, school, all expenses paid. Fol- lowing graduation, they are assigned to Mainliner flights at any of 10 stewardess domicile points on United’s 78-city coast-to-coast and Pacific Coast system. For further information and Interview appointment, see Miss Carol Rapson, Placement Office, Johnson 6. DR. NORMAN FREESTONE
Hey! [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Hey! A FREE all-college dance, stag or drag, is scheduled for immediately after the ASOC Musicale tonight in the Women's Gym, announce frosh spokesmen, sponsors of the affair. Bill Rohr's combo will provide the music and refreshments will be served.
Blood Donors Fail To Meet Set Quota [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Blood Donors Fail To Meet Set Quota This year’s Red Cross Blood Drive fell over one hundred pints short of the school’s quota, reports Peggy Hough, blood drive chairman. The total reached- 199 pints which was 19 short of last year’s total of 218 and 101 behind the anticipated 300 pints. This year the men turned out In larger numbers which was a contrast to last year’s showing. The columns read 128 for the men and 71 for the coeds. -Several faculty members and a majority of the AF-ROTC permanent party personnel were among the donors. The cadet corps fell far short of its expected quota with only 60 men turning out for the drive. Some of the blood received will travel to the Korean battle front where it will be used for emergency transfusions. The remainder will be used to help polio victims with its gamma globulin properties.
Drama and Talk Sessions Highlight RE Week Doings [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Drama and Talk Sessions Highlight RE Week Doings Parents’ Sunday this weekend inaugurates Occidental’s annual Religious Emphasis Week, high points of which will be a dramatic production, dorm and faculty bull sessions and several major addresses. “Quest for Direction” will be the general theme, announce Co-Chairmen Rusty Lynch and Chip Hoffman. Featured speaker of the week is the Rev. Edward Stein of San Diego. He will give his first major address in a special assembly Monday. The young Presbyterian minister will participate in the Wiley bull session Monday night, and he will be available for individual conferences Monday and Thursday. The chaplain's office will arrange appointments. The AF-ROTC issued a special invitation to students this week to hear Chaplain (Major) Ben Jackson, Tuesday at 11 a.m. in Thorne Hall* He comes to Occidental from Norton Air Force Base where he has been base chaplain for some time. Students are urged not to miss his only college-wide address, and, if po...
Junior Class to Serve Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Junior Class to Serve Tomorrow Members of the junior class will embark on a community service project at the Verdugo Home at 3845 Fletcher Drive tomorrow at 9 a.m. All juniors are asked to meet in the quad at nine so the group can go over to the Home together. The morning will be run on the “division of labor” prin- ciple: the men being required to the the heavy work, such as shoveling dirt, while planting pansies and lighter tasks will be assigned to the girls. The project will be completed in time to return for the Whittier meet, according to Chairman Rick Norton. He also plans softball, volleyball and other games if there is enough time and interest. Old work clothes will be the dress for this affair WARMING UP for their service stint tomorrow morning at the Verdugo Home punior workers Dan son, Patsy Reading and Rick Norton. OXYPHOTO BY FRANK HANNA
Tiger Cadets To Visit Cal [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Tiger Cadets To Visit Cal Twenty members of the AFBOTC Arnold Air Society will leave the Lockheed Air Terminal at one o’clock this afternoon for Berkeley, California, and a tour of the AF-ROTC unit on the University of California campus. The visitors will fly to Hamilton Air Force Base at San Francisco via the inland- route over San Joaquin Valley arriving at the base about 4 p.m. The cadets will have dinner this evening at the Hamilton Field Officers’ Club. Following the meal they will join the Arnold Society cadets from U. of C. In a military ball held in honor of the first anniversary of the society on the Berkeley campus. On Saturday the visitors will tour the Western Air Defense Forces located at Hamilton Field. They will return to the Lockheed Terminal about 4 p.m. tomorrow afternoon. The purpose of the tour is threefold: first, to compare notes on activities with the Berkeley Arnold Air Society; secondly, to learn more about the operations at an air defense base and lastly, t...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
RE WEEK EVENTS SUNDAY: 11:30 Parents’ Sunday services 12:15 Dinner for parents and students in Union 12:45 . Regular dinner in Union 8:00 - "The Face of God” in Thorne 8 MONDAY: 11:00 "Science, Idols, and Confusion” —Stein —Thorne Hall 1:00 Discussion, Stein, Women’s Lounge 7:00 Bull sessions—dorms, sorority and fraternity houses TUESDAY: 7:00 Chapel service, Music Chapel 11:00 ROTC address, Major Ben Jackson, Thorne Hall 1:00 .....“Eat, Drink and Be Wary,” Stein, Alumni Chapel 7:00 Student Church denominational meetings WEDNESDAY: 12:20 : Christian Life Series, Alumni Chapel 4:00 Faculty bull sessions, Chairman Hu Noble, Alumni Chapel 7:00.... Student bull sessions, faculty homes THURSDAY: 11:00 “Lives: Puttered or Powered,” Stein, Alumni Chapel 1:00 Discussion, Stein, Women’s Lounge 6:45 Vespers, Music Chapel FRIDAY: 8:00 a.m Communion service, Alumni Chapel FRENCH TUTORING Experienced Teacher Near the Campus AL 8295 YORK FLOWER SHOP Remember Her at the AF-ROTC Dance Distinctive C...
Occidental Players Plan Theater Arts Ball on Stage [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Occidental Players Plan Theater Arts Ball on Stage On Saturday night, April 11, the Occidental Players will revive a customary social event and the carefree spirit of students as they present the Theater Arts Ball. This dance was sponsored in former years by the Art Department and has now been adopted by the Players. Darryl Guy, chairman for the dance, announces that it will be free to all the student body and will feature an orchestra. Costumes will be in order. Though the plans are not definite, the dance will probably be held on the stage of and backstage in Thorne Hall. Decorations will consist of sets from student productions, confetti, and the like to create a mood of gaiety. Students are urged to plan their most original and unusual costumes soon and perhaps ply the needle and thread during Easter vacation. “Arty” or not, students are invited to enjoy an evening of relaxation, dancing and unusual entertainment at the Theater Arts Ball.
Glee Clubs Tell Plans [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Glee Clubs Tell Plans Plans for coming concerts are now being formulated by both the Men’s and Women’s Glee Clubs. Included on the Glee Club calendar Is a concert Sunday, March 22, at the Westwood Comunmity Church at 5:00 p.m. and four concerts in Long Beach on Thursday, March 26. On April 10 a formal concert and a skit will be presented at the Wll shir e Presbyterian Church at 8:00 p.m. On April 17 there will be two concerts at McKinley Junior High In Pasadena. Another concert will be presented at the Oakmont Country Club in Glandale at 8 p.m. on April 19. On April 26 the glee club members will sing during the evening services at the Hollywood Presbyterian Church. Plans for the month of May include an all-day recording session for the Intercollegiate Glee Club Festival In Hollywood. May 12 there will be a concert at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium at 11 a.m. The week of May 10-16 is Home Concert Week with performances on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening In Thorne Hall. The last ...