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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
MAKE YOUR OWN BOOKSHELVES ANY LENGTH Anyone can make smart sturdy modem bookshelves to set on the floor or hang on the wall. With these decorator - black - finish wrogulit Iron sections, you build any length unit using 10” xl” boards (cut to desired length) from your local lumber yard. Be sure to attac’ the sections on a 3 ft. maximum spread. ... a 10’ shelf takes 4 sections. Trices include screws and metal crossbraces that prevent sidesway. PAIR $8.95 7 added sections $4.50 ea. Shipped Prepaid. No C.O.D’s. I. F. LAWRENCE IRON WORKS Dept. 0-4 2911 WHITTIER BLVD. LOS ANGELES 23, CALIFORNIA Calif, residents please add sales tax. Write for free catalog of other ’‘Build Your Own” wrought iron furnishings
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
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John Fuller [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
John Fuller FINANCE REP'R In view of his qualifications we feel that John Fuller is the Outstanding candidate for the position of ASOC Finance Representative and that if elected he will fulfill the office in an Unquestionable manner. He is a commerce and finance major and the house manager for ATO. He is also among the original members of the men's sponsor organization. John v was an outstanding student at Alhambra High School before coming to Oxy. Nancy Lee Martin, Bill Fochler, Mike Bell.
Jerry LaFleur [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
Jerry LaFleur 1 Jerry La Fleur is, we believe, the man best'fitted for the position of Financial Representa- tive. Every organization in which Jerry has been active has recognized his Interest and ability in matters of finance. In every case he has shown exceptional conscientiousness and willingness to assume hard work. Offices that he has held in this field are treasurer for the Junior Class and treasurer of the Tiger Chest. Marcia Chamness, Jim Brown.
FORENSICS REP'R Joe Wise [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
FORENSICS REP'R Joe Wise Honesty, dependability and trustworthiness are a few of the • character and personality traits which make Joe Wise our selection for Forensics Representative. These qualities plus his wide experience in forensics activities make him an outstanding choice for an office in the student government. Merrill Francis, Tom Bickford.
Gale Dunn [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
Gale Dunn In our estimation, Gale Dunn is one of the finest possible . candidates for the office of Forensics Representative. She has demonstrated in her work for the Occidental Players that she is not only extremely cap- . able of assuming responsibility but is also enthusiastic as well as thorough in carrying out assigned duties. Darryl Guy, Sandy Robbins, Dick Rush, Bill Fochler.
PUBLICITY REP'R Ann Beaumont [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
PUBLICITY REP'R Ann Beaumont We would lake to earnestly recommend Ann Beaumont for the job of Publicity Representative of the ASOC. She has served as publicity chairman of the Tiger Chest and was instrumental in putting the drive over the top. Her creative ability was exemplified last year when she, as a freshman, wrote the script for May Day. She has shown artistic ability, too, in her art classes and the posters she has made for campus organizations. We believe that her experience and ability will enable her to do a good job In this office. Doris Chien, Sandy Robbins, Ming Cho Lee.
Lynn Helm [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
Lynn Helm Great originality, a good organizer, artistic and dependability are pust a few of the qualities that we feel will make Lynn Helm an outstanding Publicity Chairman. Among the policies that Lynn would like to see in the publicity department are: (1) definite schedule lor workers in the office, (2) more student participation and (3) prompt and clever publicity to help the success of events. Don Ziegler, Gloria Clark, Dodo Kirkpatrick, Laird Facey.
Conrad Tambor [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
Conrad Tambor We of the peasant class definitely feel that Conrad Wade Tambor is the one book maker most capable of the scrupulous handling of the student body rubles as Finance Representative. Besides his three point G.P. and his experience in ac- counting both in and out of Dr. de Rycke’s classes, his sterling quality of dependability and his desire for a quick buck will enhance his already earnest desire to hold this office and perform his duties diligently. Vote once, vote twice, but vote for CWT! Kirby Adams, Pat Reading.
New Clock Tickling [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
New Clock Tickling A newcomer is now giving bookstore customers the correct time, Alma Creager, bookstore manager, announces proudly. The new ticker, a large, white-faced job, was donated by Chief Electrician Harlan Parsons, and replaces the 25 - ye a r - o 1 d Parker Pen veteran that succumbed last week.
Craig Cunningham [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
Craig Cunningham utNui mm We would like to recommend Craig Cunningham for Bengal Board chairman because his capabilities are paralleled with those required to effectively carry out the job of maintaining our Oxy spirit. His knack gor gimmicks and contacts both inside and outside of school would enable him to continue to present entertaining and pep-building activities throughout the school year and in conjunction with all seasonal sports. He has served as president of Swan Hall and treasurer of the WSSF Drive Margaret Reavis, Laird Facey, Dottie Reitzell, Bob Bledsoe.
George Novinger [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
George Novinger George Novinger is well qualified for the office of Bengal Board chairman by virtue of his background in student government at Hoover High and his work in connection with two varsity athletic teams, the Men’s Glee Club, Phi Epsilon Kappa and ATO here at Oxy. With this background and with his expressed Interest in this office and the ASOC, we are certain that George will be an excellent rally chairman. Peggy Stenzel, Gary HalL Ernie Espenschied, Clar® Thompson.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
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Drive Starts Monday WEEK CLIMAXED BY PIONEER DAY [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 April 1953
Drive Starts Monday WEEK CLIMAXED BY PIONEER DAY A gala frontier atmosphere will invade the quad next Thursday as a climax to the week’s student exchange fund drive. Activities will directly follow a brief exchange assembly and will continue until 1 p.m. Cotton cancfy, hot dogs, soft drinks and ice cream sales will tempt hungry students from Union lunches. Mouth-water-ing cakes are to be auctioned by Oxy’s group of foreign students. Beords to Bloom Cowhands will vie in a beard-growing competition, and prizes are offered for the most original pioneer costumes. Concessions should add to the festive occasion, says Dan Oredson, Pioneer Day chairman. Sponge-throwing is mentioned in the list of activities planned by the junior class, sponsors of the event. Applications Due Deadline for application letters from sophomores is today, announces Ginny Goss, committee chairman. Interviews by Dean Glenn Dumke and the committee are scheduled for early next week. Final selections for next year’s t...
Home Concert Ducats on Sale [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 April 1953
Home Concert Ducats on Sale The annual Glee Club Home Concert will be presented on the evenings of May 14, 15 and 16 in Thorne Hall, according to its director, Dr. Howard Swan. Reserved seat tickets for any night of the production are being sold by all Glee Club members at $1.25 per seat. The committees for the performance have now been organized and are working on the preparations, according to General Chairman Bill Bangham. Those serving on the various publicity committees are: Margaret Kirkpatrick, Marilyn Gemme, Carl Olsen, Joan Cornelius, Bev Stunden, Bob Bled- soe, Mary Lou Hartsough, Barbara Clark and Ruth Lannom. Handling the ticket sales are Edith Marshall and Gerry Christensen. Steve Gnagy is directing the stage crew. Dodo Kirkpatrick and Joyce Hopping are handling the costumes, and Barbara Broad is responsible for the make-up. The stage manager is Bob Bledsoe. The Home Concert is the big event of the year for the Glee Clubs and marks the conclusion of their activities, sp...
Bengals Ballots Cast Today in Primaries for New Leaders [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 April 1953
Bengals Ballots Cast Today in Primaries for New Leaders The primary balloting- for the ASOC, AWS and AMS offices is now well under way, according to members of this year’s election committee. Students who did not cast their votes yesterday may do so today in the quad from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A new feature in this year’s election campaign has been the bulletin board of candidates' pictures and their qualifications which is on display near the post office. The ASOC Council hopes that this wilt help the students become better acquainted with those running for offices. The results of most of the 18 contests will be made publia today about 4:30 p.m., according to ASOC secretary Jan Johnson. Run-offs for offices contested by rr ore than two candidates will be held Monday and Tuesday of next week. “Student participation in this election has run high,” says Miss Johnson. “With 44 students running for the 18 available offices, competition will be keen,” she added. Bruce Gilliland and Bob Hanse...
PLAYERS GIVE 'MUCH ADO’ TONITE [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 April 1953
PLAYERS GIVE 'MUCH ADO’ TONITE This evening “Much Ado About Nothing,” William Shakespeare’s entertaining comedy, will be presented to the student body free-of-charge by the Occidental Players. The curtains will part on the Thorne Hall stage at 8:15 p.m. The leading players, Louise Mudge as Hero and Jim Warner as Claudio, find their mutual affection early In the play; but due to the scheming of John, they are separated temporarily. The other couple, played by Dee Sharpe and Bill McKenzie, are Beatrice and Benedict. Through their witty and sarcastic dialogue, the dramatist demonstrates his humor. Much Prodding Only through much prodding by Ming Cho Lee (Hero’s father) and Darryl Guy as Don Pedro and the rest of their court, do both pairs of lovers find their way out of the confusion to a happy ending. LaNor Lombard acts as director for the production; Diane Woodford is assistant. The sets were designed by Ming Cho Lee and their construction was supervised by Ruth Ann Jordan, Thorne Ha...
PARENTS' DAY IS SLATED HERE FOR NEXT MONTH [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 April 1953
PARENTS' DAY IS SLATED HERE FOR NEXT MONTH All parents of Occidental students have received invitations to the Parents’ Day program scheduled for Saturday, May 16, which is being planned under the cochairmanship of Dr. Norman Freestone and Dr. Frederick Neff. Registration will begin at 1 p.xn. in the Thorne Hall quadrangle. Following a tour of the exhibits on display in the Thorne foyer, the parents will gather in the auditorium for a general assembly at 2 p.m. This will be followed by a demonstration History of Civilization lecture in the same hall. There will be an informal coffee hour and an ROTC program in the Freeman Patio at 3 o'clock. At 4 o’clock the parents will have an opportunity to visit two classes of their choices where the instructors will be present to explain the nature of the course and the material covered. Those which will be discussed include: chemistry and geology in Fowler 38; biology, physics and astronomy in Fowler 28; speech and religion in Johnson 31; Engl...