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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
EXIT HANSEN BUT THESE AREN'T LEVIS THEY'RE "CAN'T - BUST -EM'S." Alice’s Ladles Ready to Wear and Maternity Shop 5046 York Boulevard Cleveland 7-2635 Bob Hope, Roy Rogers, Jone Russel, Trigger SON OF PALEFACE Hildegarde Neff DIPLOMATIC COURIER Lana Turner, Fernando Lamas THE MERRY WIDOW Sam Fuller's PARK ROW Telephone Orders Taken Free Delivery EAGLE SIERRA YORK FLOWER SHOP 5221 York Bfvd. CL. 6-7354
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Expert Barbers Featuring All Latest Styles of Haircutting MACK'S BARBER SHOP "Near the Campus" 4753 York Blvd. (Corner of Armadale) Closed Mondays LUSCIOUS HAMBURGERS SNOWBIRD ICE CREAM 21—Delicious Flavors—2l Fountain 5100 York Grill Student Group Accident &amp; Health Insurance with Continental Casualty Co. Available Now at Group Rates Approved by the College PHONE OR MAIL ORDERS AND INQUIRIES TO AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR THIS INSURANCE HAYNES &amp; EVANS Laramee Haynes and Robert Blair Evans Lake &amp; Colorado Bldg. 800 E. Colorado St. Pasadena 1 SY. 3-6138
NEWS BITS [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
NEWS BITS Portraits oi the Junior Class will be taken next Wednesday through Friday in the La Enclna office, Joan Cornelius, editor of the book, announces. Appointments may be made during lunchtime in the Bookstore Quad. ♦ * * Recently elected officers of the Cosmo Club Include Ed Schlag and Catherine Makrinikola, co-chairmen; Ruth Turnquist, treasurer, and Carter Sexton, publicity. * * * All members of the Order of DeMolay, resident and offcampus, are urged by Jim Warner, grand officer, to attend the second organizational meeting Monday, at 12:15, in J25. Further discussion and planning of a DeMolay Club on campus will take place. * * * Donald Chapman, British Member of Parliament and General Secretary of the Fabian Society, who is currently visiting the U.S. on a SmithMundt Fellowship, will address political science students at the home of Prof. Raymond McKelvey in Pasadena at 7 o’clock Sunday evening. * * * The Young Republicans will hear Dean Glenn Dumke speak at an Informal mee...
Many Backstage Laborers Prepare for 'First Lady' [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Many Backstage Laborers Prepare for 'First Lady' With a hearty “How now brown cow” and the lavish splashing of paint, the Oxy Players are again productionminded. Things are humming backstage in Thorne for preparation of the future drama, The First Lady, to be presented October 10 and 11 at 8:15 p.m. Whipping a play together takes the combined efforts of many people—people who perhaps are never seen by the audience. Already uncountable hours have been spent by set designers Dee Sharpe and Ming-Cho Lee and their crews, creating certain interior portions of a supreme court and the secretary of state’s living room, scenes necessary for this production. And work is still going on. A general scurrying for props generally proceeds a performance of this type. Prop gals Arlene Franck and Juliette Anderson have charge of everything from Egyptian cigarettes to Congressional records—not to mention a picture of Queen Mary and an ex-president’s portrait. The greasepaint guy is Mike Lesh. It is hi...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952
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'First Lady' Visits Thome Politicos Strut; Burn, Moore Star [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952
'First Lady' Visits Thome Politicos Strut; Burn, Moore Star Who will be President? And who will be the First Lady? Oxyites will find out at 8:15 tonight when the Oxy Players ring up the Thorne Hall curtain on “First Lady,” by George Kaufman. This timely tale is a yarn spun around presidential candidates, senators, and the Washington crowd. Omar Paxson is director, and starred are Marilyn Burn, as wife of the Secretary of State (Darryl Guy), and Dee Moore, married to a Supreme Court Justice, Russ Groat. The opening scene takes place in the Secretary of State’s home where a tea is being given. Among the guests are the buxom, hickish mesdames of the Women’s Peace, Purity, and Patriotism League (and its ten affiliated bodies), who love taking “souvenirs” for the girls back home. By the end of the first act Sandy Robbins and Janet Walsh manage to life several curios. Mrs. Louella Mae Creevey (Bobbie Cook), president of the WPPP, is quite a gal, too. She wants to know who the party’s goin...
John Brown Ducats Out [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952
John Brown Ducats Out Students may apply with artist series cards for tickets to the opening event of the series, “John Brown’s Body,” next Thursday and Friday from 11:00 to 1:30 at the Thorne box office, according to Leon Ettinger, director of Thorne Hall. Starring Tyrone Power, Judith Anderson, Raymond Massey, with the Walter Schumann choral group, “John Brown’s Body” will go on the Thorne stage Wednesday, October 29 at 8:15. Adopted and directed by Charles Laughton and produced by Paul Gregory, it is a dramatazation of Steven Vincent Benet’s narrative poem on American civil war strife. The three stars do not act in the histrionic sense; each portrays several characters. Power reads lines giving the poem its romance; Massey, lines with patriotic and political implications; and Miss Anderson, viewpoints of feminine characters. Schumann’s choral group is closely integrated with the players and can be regarded as a fourth cast member. Five Artist Series concerts will follow this open...
College Station Returns; Show Set for Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952
College Station Returns; Show Set for Thursday “Station O-X-Y is on the air! 1340 on your radio dial.” The voice of Oxy’s radio station will bring news to the campus when it returns to the air next Thursday evening at 7 o’clock. Included on the first program of the local network will be a preview of some of the types of programs that will be offered during the year. Music, sports, ASOC meetings, drama, and panel discussions are on the agenda. Dr. Frederick Lindsley, chairman of the Speech Department, is in charge of broadcasting for Station O-X-Y, and Miss LaNor Lombard, speech instructor, handles the production of the programs. The producers of this year’s programs will be Ming Cho Lee, Bill Rodman, Bill McKenzie, Marilyn Burn, Mary Stuart, and Walter Swieda. Among the coming attrac- tions will be two programs dealing with the national election. On October 23, Mr. Ellis McCune, instructor in the Political Science Department, will be featured on “Meet the Democrats,” a question and ...
Application for SSCQ Test Due [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952
Application for SSCQ Test Due Men wishing to take the Selective Service College Qualification Test on December 4th, 1952, must make application at the Selective Service local board or at 35 So. Raymond in Pasadena by midnight, November Ist. The test will also be given on April 23rd, 1953. To be eligible to apply for college deferment, a student must (1) intend to request deferment as a student; (2) be satisfactorily pursuing a fulltime course of instruction; and (3) must not previously have taken the Selective Service College Qualification Test. The present criteria for deferment of undergraduate students are either a satisfactory score (70) on the Selective Service College Qualification Test or specified rank in class. The criteria for graduate students admitted to or attending a graduate school prior to July 1, 1951, is satisfied if work is satisfactory. Those graduate students admitted or attending after July 1, 1951, must have been in the upper half of their classes during their...
Increase in Student Body Measured Over Last Year [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952
Increase in Student Body Measured Over Last Year An increase of 22 students over last year s enrollment has this year .enlarged the Occidental circle to include a total of 1334 students, according to recent statistics from the registrar’s office. Off-campus Tigers outnumber live-ins by over three to one. Women dormitory residents total 253, while the total women’s enrollment is 547. There are 180 men who live on-campus in either dormitories or the boondocks, compared to a total enrollment of 787. The resident figures do not include those living in sorority and fraternity houses. Three more freshmen were admitted this year than last, making a class of 284. The sophomores claim 265, juniors, 258, and seniors, 221. The only returning class showing an increase of students were the juniors, who gained 16. There are approximately 200 veteran students attending Oxy this year. This shows a slight decrease from last year’s figure.
Barn Dance Planned [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952
Barn Dance Planned Plans for an all-college barn dance are in the formulation stage, according to spokesmen for off-campus men and offcampus women. The affair is scheduled for Hallowe’en night, October 31 in Freeman Union. Folk and square dancing will be featured to the calls and records of Carl Twomey of the Verdugo playground. Instruction in some dance routines and a floor show will also be offered those attending, according to Tom Tacktr and Joanne Anderson, presidents of the sponsoring groups. A thirty-five cent admission charge has tentatively been set.
Plans Move for Female Drillers [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952
Plans Move for Female Drillers Plans for a drill organization for Occidental’s women students are currently being formulated, as announced by Mrs. Nancy Schlossman and Miss Blanche Keller, officers of the Delta Psi Kappa National Womens Physical Education Fraternity. This organization will be tentatively known as the Air Force Sponsors’ Corps. The organization will operate under the auspices of Delta Psi Kappa, the Physical Education Department, and the Corps of Cadets, AFROTC. Under present plans the chief function of the Sponsors’ Corps will be the formation of a drill team which may march in Awards Day, federal inspections, football games, and such other activities as the cadet corps, cadet band, and drill team. An attractive and distinctive uniform is planned for the Sponsors’ Corps drill team. Coordination with the Arnold Air Society in advertsing and promoting the annual Military Ball, educational meetings, and film showings on topics of interest to both the Sponsors’ Corps an...
Wan mrn Glee Members [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952
Wan mrn Glee Members A list of those accepted into the combined Glee Clubs for 1952-53 includes Patricia Alford, Florence Cornett, Nancy Foster, Mary Holt, Moira Johnson, Jean Newman, Carol Phillips, Margaret Rawlings, Virginia Rose, Juliette Anderson, Mary Christensen, Jane Colby, Joan Cornelius, Marilyn Gemme, Mickey MeCrory, Patti Mattox, Shirley Nute, Louisa Reeves, Norma Sharer, Andres Blough, Barbara Broad, Barbara Clark, Delores Depew, Virginia Goss, Joanne Grace, Dorothy Jackson, Josephine Kirkpatrick. Ruth Lannam, Margaret Reavis, Alice Sobin, Donna Barnes, Kay Booker, Rachel Bryant, Mary Lou Hartsough, Margaret Kirkpatrick, Mary Alice Marshall, Edith Pankey, Nancy Ragan, Charmaine Renick, Benerly Stunden, Lu Ann Thorne, Robert Altheuser, Dick Bungay, Gerald Fitzgerald, Gary Hall. Dennis Little, Carl Olsen, Don Taylor, Walt Tyler, Tom Bickford, Bob Bledsoe, Bob Franck, Ed Harper, Frank Lysinger, Dick McCartney, Kenneth Sanson, Galen Schwab, Dan Stark, Robert Stickney, Bruce...