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Oxy Singers Hold Party [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Oxy Singers Hold Party Last Friday the Occidental College Glee Club held its annual .party in the home of Rachel Bryant In South Pasadena. The affair began at 6:30 p.m. Dinner consisted of hamburgers, potato salad, SevenUp and ice cream. Finger bowls were supplied for those who felt the need. For entertainment those who attended the affair made use of the pool table and the ping pong table. Badminton, volleyball and dancing were also on the agenda. Margie Kirkpatrick and her staff of caterers were in charge of the affair. Mr. Howard S. Swan, Glee Club director, was also present. The evening ended with a rendition of the ballad, “Around the Corner.”
S*td [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
S*td Well, you can retire to your cells, girls. Coed Hop is over, so It's time to go back into hibernation for another year, or at least till Pan Hell, when the trauma begins again. However, despite our earlier pessimism concerning this annual affair, the dance seemed to be well attended and a veritable success. We squinted dimly through the prevailing green lights trying to distinguish a few couples from the leprechaun dummies, and came up with several (looking the least like dummies). They werei Dotty Fadness. Stan Kimball; Barbara Brown, Paul Warner; Barbara Kennedy, Dan Demaree; Nancy Crltchlow, Bill Gregory; Gloria Clark, George Novinger; Sophie Dimitriadis, Ronnie Botchan; Chip Hoffman, Barbara Broad; Andy Blough, Mark Trotter; Tom Mitchell, Pat Witheral; Diane Harden, Charlie Cook; Betty Rathbun, Tom Bickford; Ann Zwicker, Bob Harden; Rachel Bryant, Wayne Barnes; Rod Trader, Sally Palmer; Don Taylor, Joan Rouse; Bruce Gilliland, Nan Marimon; Ginger Smith, Phil Pres be r; Ann ...
Beaumont and Reitzell Win At Coed Hop [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Beaumont and Reitzell Win At Coed Hop Strictly Social Ye Olde Freeman Union took on a “new look’’ last Saturday night for the Blarney Ball. And a mighty fine look It was, too. Even the patio changed into an Irish fantasy with gnomes and elves sitting by a pond. The pillars were disguised with Ivy twines. Inside 'the Union interest was focused on a wee Irish cottage otherwise known as Miss Morrison’s office. It was accentuated with white shutters and ivy. A wishing well drew considerable attention to another corner, and white latticework and Ivy gave the finishing touches to the room. 172 bids were sold to this annual affair, which means 344 lads and lassies must have thoroughly enjoyed their evening of dancing. Lou Reitzell and Ann Beaumont walked off with the best corsage prizes. Lou’s was acclaimed most artistic In de.sign, and Ann’s the most original. Both girls received orange and black Oxy animals. Dancing was a pleasure to the music of Keith Williams and his band. Even the Bun...
Freshmen Class Sponsors Dance in Women's Gym [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Freshmen Class Sponsors Dance in Women's Gym This evening following the opening night production of the ASOC musicale, “Where There’s a Will,” the freshman class will sponsor an all-college dance in the Women’s Gym, according to Lynn Helm and Roger Smith, frosh social chairmen. Admission will be free and refreshments vill be served. Attire for the affair will be dressy. Bill Rohr’s band, Including Dan Remetha, tenor sax; Tony Newmari, drums; Cliff Mozay, guitar; Truman Fisher, piano; and Rohr on the trumpet, will provide the music for the dancing. This novel social function on the Oxy campus has been a project of the Freshman Council which in addition to Miss Helm and Smith, includes Ed Forcier, president; Jim Ong, vice-president; and Gloria Cl'ark, secretary-treasurer.
Quad to See Egg Hunters [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Quad to See Egg Hunters Sponsored by the Associated Students and Fang Magazine, an all-college Easter egg hunt will be held on the center quad next Thursday at 3 p.m. The idea was formulated by Ann Connor and is being carried out under the leadership of Lynn Helm. Bob Hansen Is assisting with the publicity. Students and faculty are invited to take part In this affair. It will be free to all.
Cosmos Present Foreign Customs [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Cosmos Present Foreign Customs With an international atmosphere, the Women’s Gym was converted into many lands last Friday night under the direction of the Cosmopolitan Club. Foreign customs, songs and dances highlighted the evening. Kurt Rosdahl acted as master of ceremonies. Presentations were given representing Denmark, Greece England, Egypt, the Phlllipines, Germany, Japan and the U.S. Square dancing was called by Mr. Twoomy, and refreshments concluded an enjoyable evening.
Bids on Sale For RO Ball [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Bids on Sale For RO Ball Bids will go on sale next Tuesday for the All-College Military Ball sponsored by the Arnold Air Society. They will sell for three dollars. The dance will be held April 18 at the Glendale Civic Auditorium from 8:30 until 12 o’clock.. The dress will be formals for the women and dark suits for the men. Members of the AF-ROTC will wear their uniforms. Supplying music for the dancers will be Paul Martin and his orchestra. Refreshments will be available for those who attend. Jim Sanderson and BUI Skilling are In charge of tha arrangements.
'P'KM'bectcay [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
'P'KM'bectcay By Joan Davis Starting off the week with a bang, the AU-Pledge Ditch took almost everybody by surprise. It seemed to be generally known that all the culprits were hiding out at Mountain View (or something) Lodge in La Crescenta, so those NASTY actives wasted no time in crashing the partyl The whole affair turned out to be a grand success, since most actives ended up having as much fun dancing, etc. as the pledges.One lone major mishap stands out. There was a case of kidnaping not solved for about two hours—one female Alpha pledge by twenty (approximately) SAE pledges I Speaking of St. Patrick’s Day, Co-ed Hop turned out a big success (as always). Corsages were oustanding (also as usual) and competition was keen for the prize. Clara T. and Red G. were in the running as usual. Some people certainly capitalize on their assets. Last year, some will remember, this couple showed up with blond and red (der) wigs on, and this year, Red wore a leprechaun (is that spelled right?...
JORDANMEN GARNER TROPHY AT BIG LONG BEACH TRACKFEST [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
JORDANMEN GARNER TROPHY AT BIG LONG BEACH TRACKFEST One gold trophy for its victory in the two-mile relay was all that Coach Payton Jordan’s spirited band of Oxy thinclads were able to garner at the Long Beach Relays last Saturday. The Tigers also managed to lake a third in the four-man 880-yard relay to end a rather dull day for the tracksters from Eagle Rook. Big Meet Almost 1000 athletes participated in the long marathon which lasted from 11:40 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. One talks about three-ring circuses, but this one must have had at least 10 rings. There were relays and field events for everyone from hometown junior high kids to the open division teams like Occidental. USC, UCLA, LACC and the red-hot San Diego NTC sprinters. A bothersome crosswind was blowing into the faces of the sprinters, and all finishers in the relay events helped keep all of the open division meet records well intact. Also by late in the afternoon the weather had become chilly and the track became slow-lrom use....
PATTERSON FIELD HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
PATTERSON FIELD HANDICAP By Tom Paterson and Bert Woodruff (Clear and fast; .first post 2:00 p.m. PST) . FIRST—One Mile long-winded body Oxy—l, Whittier—B ‘ Russ Bonham (WK Class of field, should win handily Bruce Weed (W) ...Will offer stablemate a Rood argument Ace Emmerling (O) Will surprise ’em someday Sam Waltmire (W) May hang on better today to take third SECOND—IOO Yard Dash Speed-Merchants Oxy-6, Whittier—3 Chuck Gerry (O) Conference Relay good form Niel Ziegler (W) May upset top one Jim Noble (O) Fairly close in recent efforts Bob Donaldson (O) : Best race puts right there THIRD—44O Yard Dash Long Sprinter* Oxy—4, Whittier—s George Lehman (WJ Best time in Conference to date—--50;2.5 Jon Speer (0)..... ... May be hampered by pulled muscle Chuck Miller (6) Seldom out of the money Gil McFadden (CD Question of condition FOURTH—Shot Put Ball Pothers Oxy—6, Whittier—3 Bob Kimball (0).... ....Will take this one if hits '52 form Matt Stratico (W) Much improvement shown in last two ...
Brayton Norton Cops Pentathlon In Career Mark [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Brayton Norton Cops Pentathlon In Career Mark Another dynamic evidence of Brayton Norton’* track prowess was offered last Tuesday afternoon when he swept the Pasadena Pentathlon held at Muir College. Norton scored the best mark of his career with a total of 3219 points in the five events, also chalking up the second highest total in history. Bengal Brayton, National AAU Pentathlon Champion, turned in a sparkling iron-man performance over the grueling course of five events. Norton cleared the mighty respectable disance of 21 feet 10% inches in the broad jump, threw the javelin 191 feet 8 Inches and ran the 200 meters around a tight curve in 22.4 seconds In the discus, Norton jspun the platter for the best mark of his career in pentathlon competition, by reaching a distance of 131 feet 2% inches. Then, in what would make most people tired just to think about it, Norton topped off his day’s performance by running the 1500 meters in 4:44.7. After red-hot competition, Norton took it comp...
Frosh Shine At LB Relays [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Frosh Shine At LB Relays After showing surprising strength in the Long Beach Relays last Saturday, Coach Dick We 11 s’ Occidental freshman squad will entertain a strong Whittier team tomorrow afternoon during the Varsity contest. In the Relays, Wells’ powerful foursome of A 1 Kiser, Bill Carling, Vince Foster and Larry Newquist streaked to an 8 yard victory over the USC Trojans in the four-man 880 yard relay. The win kept the yearlings even with their big brothers as they also came home with a gold trophy. In a two heat four-man mile relay a Tigerkit squad of A 1 Haimson, George Holland, Ed Schinn and Vince Gilliland won the first heat only to see the trophy taken right out from un- ■ der their noses. For Valley JC in winning the second heat came in with a better clocking to win the gold trophy. In the 440 yard sprint relay, the foursome of Kiser, Carling, Foster and Newquist finished third behind USC and Mt. Sac. If the passing had been better the Tigers may have finished first ins...
Swimmers Take Relays! Divers Rate 1-2-3 to Spark Team Win Over Astonished Hens, 65-59 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Swimmers Take Relays! Divers Rate 1-2-3 to Spark Team Win Over Astonished Hens, 65-59 By HANK DICKSON Winning two relays, the individual medley, and making a 1-2-3 sweep of the diving, the Tiger swim machine pulled together at Redlands last Saturday to churn past their nearest rivals—the astonished Pomona Sagehens —by a score of 65-50, to walk off with the second annual All-Conference Swimming Relays. Redlands was next with 31 poipts, followed hy Whittier with 10 and Caltech with 12. The Bengal aqua-activators got things rolling when Charley Miller, Dick Norman and Fred Kroesche teamed up to take the medley relay in a real thriller. On the anchor lap, Kroesche matched Pomona's sprinter, Doug Fletcher, stroke for stroke all the way, “touching out” under water to win by eeant Inches. Ensiqn Coes Jim Ensign copped the individual medley to widen the Tigers’ margin. In a race made especially for him, Ensign built up a comfortable lead in the breast and back stroke laps, then staved off a...
14 Make Trip For Gym Meet At San Diego [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
14 Make Trip For Gym Meet At San Diego By Tony Newman The Tiger gymnasts travel to San Diego' State today to engage Aztec musclemen in competition. The Bengals are hoping for a win and optimism has been high in the Tiger camp. Fourteen Oxy competitors will make the trip. Last Friday the Bengals were barely edged out of a victory by a powerful USC squad. Led by Oxy’s Don Lantz, who scored 19 points and was high point winner of the night, the “tightclads” managed to garner 32 points, to Troy’s 48. “Iron man” Lantz has been individual high scorer in every Oxy meet (four) ■so far this year. Don took a second in the free exercise, tumbling and allaround, and garnered blue ribbons in the horizontal bar and the trampoline. He entered eight out of nine events, leaving the rope climb to the other particpants. A 1 Quan was second in scoring with five points. “White Ghost” A 1 took a second in the trampoline activity and a third place in tumbling for third highest in scoring honors. Brent Wall...
Racquefmen Split 2; Meet Whittier Sat [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Racquefmen Split 2; Meet Whittier Sat By Chuck Hammond After breaking even in two matches last week, the Tiger tennis team takes on an undefeated Whittier outfit on the local courts this afternoon at 3 p.m. On Thursday of last week the Bengals easily defeated the Glendale College racketeers on their own courts. The locals looked very impressive in their 7-2 return match victory. On Saturday the Bengals bowed to Pomona on the Sagehen hard-courts. The Tigers were completely outclassed by a very strong Pomona outfit. Looking impressive in defeat, however, were Mike MacCready, Bob DeL on g and former Pomona man, Bob Hoskins. The freshmen bowed to the Sagehens also, but they have only been on the courts for about two weeks and should look better after a little more work.
Volleball Opens In Hectic IM Race [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Volleball Opens In Hectic IM Race Intramural volleyball takes the spotlight in the hectic IM sports picture as the seven teams racing for the championship flag clash daily on Bell Field. The high flying Fijis and Kappa Sigs, co-leaders of the IM program to date,, will be out in force to settle the question as to just who will remain atop the ladder. Both teams are within a breath of exchanging positions and the matter shou 1 d be settled temporarily Monday at 3 p.m.
1 'r11 • jyj I r ■ill Tow [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
1 'r 11 • jyj I r ■ill Tow By tom mterson If you should happen to pause during one of your many onerous daily chores and ask: “What gives these days?”, we advise looking at the Calendar. . . ■. For tomorrow at 2:00 on Patterson Field Coach Payton Jordan's spikesters may taste their first defeat by an SCIC team in ten years . . . and the crew that may do it is Coach Aubrey Bonham's Whittier Poets . . . the invading Quakers, headed by a fast unit of distance runners, will be out to accomplish a feat they have never achieved in the long history of track competition between these two institutions . .-. defeat Occidental in a track meet. Pomona was the last SCIC school to accomplish this feat way back in 1943 when the Sagehens upset the Bengals 69% to 61% . . . tomorrow Jordan’s fruitful and undefeated seven year reign will be standing on mighty shaky turf for the first time against an SCIC foe ... by way of tagline. . . , Jordan earlier in the week stated with apparent seriousness that ...
Bulldogs Stop Oxy; Tigers Play Poets [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Bulldogs Stop Oxy; Tigers Play Poets Occidental’s horsehiders got off on a sour note last Saturday when the citrus-belters from Redlands squeezed out a 10-to-3 victory over the Tigers. Tomorrow the Oxy nine will journey out to Whittier to see if they can get back on the winning path. Game time is 3 p.m. ~ Wally Pitts, the erstwhile Bulldog hurler, silenced the Bengal bats with but three singles and almost single-handed put an end to the Oxy 15-game SCIC winning streak. Pitts was just too much for the Bengals to handle. He sent 13 of the Eagle Rock men walking back to the bench via the strike-out route. Pitts also displayed a lack of control as he walked nine batters, but they were well scattered and never got him into serious trouble. Groat Produces Oxy hurler Russ Groat got off to a shaky start, and the Bulldoggers made the most of it by notching three, four and two runs off the Oxy hurle*- in the first three innings, respectively. Russ then settled down for the next six innings an...
Record Retained By Oxy Linkmen [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 March 1953
Record Retained By Oxy Linkmen The Oxy golf team retained Its perfect record last Friday by defeating Whittier by the wide margin of 26 to 10. The match was played over the losers’ home course, Hacienda Country Club at La Habra. There was little competition in an over-all picture but several individual matches were close. John Argue led the way with a 75. He came from behind to tie the front nine and went on to win 5 to 1. Meanwhile, John Gaines scrambled a 4-2 win, Lee Dudley was the one loser, gaining 2 and losing 4. Roger Harway broke even, 3 to 3. Don Fulton and Jim Kovacs managed to win six apiece. Whittier Here Today the Oxy golfers will host the Whittier team to a return match at Oakmont. This should be an easy victory for the Bengals, increasing their winning streak to six. Next week the team will travel to Palo Alto, for the Northern California Inter-Col-legiate Golf Tournament. This is a three-day affair played on the spectacular and rugged Stanford Golf Course. Good Chanc...