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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 April 1953
Pueblo Restaurant Open 1752 Colorado 11 A.M. to 4 A.M. Closed Mondays FOOD TO TAKE OUT CL. 7-7783 Genuine Engraved Wedding Invitations at the amazingly low price of 100 for $16.95 SETH’S Printing and Engraving ALbany 1300 5910 N. Figueroa St. JOB OPPORTUNITIES For particular young women in customer contact work The telephone company offers one of industry’s most desirable positions to poised young women as service representatives in our business office. These are the girls who look after customers’ service orders and payments. Some college or business experience desirable. Your own telephone and group of customers. Good pay while you are trained. And watch those regular raises increase that pay check. Opportunity to advance, too. Convenient hours in pleasant offices. For further details, see Miss Rapson in the Placement Office, Johnson 6. Pacific Telephone (A.
Seniors Enjoy Coffee Hour [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 April 1953
Seniors Enjoy Coffee Hour A large number of Occidental’s Senior men attended a Coffee Hour held last night in Freeman Union Lounge. The event was sponsored by nearby Tiger Club Chapters. Tiger Clubs are made up of Occidental alumni. Those present heard prominent representatives from the major businesses and professions answer questions pertaining to vocational opportunities. STEVE SALSBURY, DR. NORMAN FREESTONE, JOE WISE At West Point, the Nation's Best
Debaters Due to Commence National Finals Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 April 1953
Debaters Due to Commence National Finals Tomorrow Representing Oxy in the National Debate Finals at West Point, New York, this week are veteran speakers Steve Salsbury and Joe Wise. The duo left for the East one week ago after completing one of the most successful years In Occidental debate history. Last Monday they stopped in New Orleans, La., for a practice debate with Tulane University. On Tuesday they stopped at Georgetown University In Washington, D. C., to visit Dr. Charles Lindsley, who is on a leave of absence from Oxy’s speech department. Wednesday they arrived at the Point for the first day of competition. The finals will be held there tomorrow. They are expected to return to the campus next Wednesday after having stopped enroute for debates at Northwestern University.
Brighouse Leaves [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 April 1953
Brighouse Leaves Dr, Gilbert Brighouse, chairman of the Psychology Department, will leave Los Angeles tomorrow for Toronto, Canada, to address a joint meeting of the American-Canadian Chemical Engineering Societies. Dr. Brighouse will speak on “Communications in Industry.’’ He will later speak from Toronto on a trans-Canada broadcast.
Pomona's Chaplain Speaks Here Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 April 1953
Pomona's Chaplain Speaks Here Sunday Chaplain Robert Rankin of Pomona will be the guest speaker at Student Church this Sunday. Dr. Rankin, who also spoke at the Student-Faculty Retreat last fall, has chosen as his topic, “Contentment and Despair in College Life.” Dick Rush will report for the Oxy representatives who attended the Asilomar Conference this year at Fireside Fellowship on Sunday evening. This meeting is held at 6:45 p.mu In the Women’s Lounge. Vespers will be held next week as usual at 6:45 on Thursday.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 April 1953
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 April 1953
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
THE OCCIDENTAL FRL, MAY 1, 1953 OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES 41, CALIF. VOL. LXVIII, NO. 22 OCCIDENTAL FRI., MAY 1, 1953 OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES, CALIF. VOL. LXVIII, NO. 22
OXY GAINS $5000 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
OXY GAINS $5000 SMITH, HANSEN WIN TOP SCRIBE PRIZES Packing a top-notch one-two punch, Oxy finalists Bill Smith, senior, and Lee Hansen, sophomore, walked off last Friday pight with the top three prizes In the 1953 Forest Lawn Jourflalism Awards Contest. Smith and Miss Hansen, besides earning respective prizes Of $lOOO and $5OO, garnered the first place team award of $5OOO for Occidental. The talented pair copped more than half of the $12,500 total prize money before a gathering of 700 civic, educational and government leaders and representatives of Los Angeles’ five metropolitan news- papers in the Embassy Room of the Ambassador Hotel. Guest speaker lor the evening was Fulton Lewis, Jr., radio and newspaper commentator. Dean Glenn S. Dumke accepted the institution award on behalf of President Arthur Coons, who is now sojourning in Europe. It was the first time in the five-year history of the contest that Oxy has placed better than fourth in the team standings. Out of a possible 17,...
Sophs Named for Foreign Study [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Sophs Named for Foreign Study Patricia McClatchey and Bill Mellentin will trek to foreign lands next year as Occidental’s ambassadors, the Student Exchange Committee announces. Miss McClatchey will study m Mexico City and Mellentin In Cairo. The two edged out Lee Hansen, Gail Halverson, SallyPalmer, Barbara Nichols, Doris Liasley, Forrest Merrill, Paul Young and Chuck Hammond for the honor. Announced in Assembly Selections were made known by the committee at yesterday’s assembly as a culmination to the week-long exchange drive. An estimated $l4OO was netted during the week. Funds will be used to pay tuition and board and room for the foreign students at Oxy next year reports Ginny Goss, exchange committee chairman., Guitarist Chuck Buck led a procession from the Thorne Hall yesterday to participate in Pioneer Day, highlight of the week’s activities. Pioneers Pay Concessions and refreshment booths, operated by the junior class, swelled the exchange fund' as hungry students plied them...
Gilliland, Magnuson, Goss To Lead Tigers Next Year Four ASOC Offices Decided in Revotes; Two-thirds of Student Body Casts Votes [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Gilliland, Magnuson, Goss To Lead Tigers Next Year Four ASOC Offices Decided in Revotes; Two-thirds of Student Body Casts Votes BrUce Gilliland, Oxy basketballer and pre-med student, will lead next year’s Tiger pack, in accordance with the dictates of Occidental students as registered in the recent ASOC election. ..'I, - f 1 '■ .'_*.■■■ ■ ; ./■ .‘•-a •. U Running on a platform of better assemblies, more integration of student activities and the effecting of better relationships with other colleges in our conference, Gilliland copped 532 votes to win handily over his opponent, Bob Hansen. In other ASOC contests, Jane Magnuson ran unopposed for the position of vice-president on the platform of better or- ganization for the school social calendar. In a run-off election for secretary, Ginny Goss edged out Darlene Yates, 359 votes to 273 votes. John Fuller will be next year’s financial representative after his win over Wade Tambor and, in the re-votes, Jerry La Fleur. In the run-offs for...
Taylor, Van Law Lead AMS, AWS [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Taylor, Van Law Lead AMS, AWS Heading AMS and AWS groups next year will be Ray Taylor and Nancy Van Law, respectively, chosen by Oxy Tigers at last Friday’s primary election. Don Yokaitis and Jane Weldon were their opponents. In other AMS contests Jim Wakeman edged out Robert Stlffler and Ralph Manns for vice-president while Bob Drelbelbis copped the decision over Tom Laughlin for treasurer. Bob Donaldson ran unopposed for the position of secretary. In AWS elections Pat Hart copped the post of vice-presi-dent as the result of a run-off election with Dottie Reitzell, after previously defeating Joanne Anderson. Jan Shively edged out Marty Peck in another run-off election for the position of secretary. Lois Weleba was chosen over Diane Anderson to carry out the duties of treasurer. Mary Lou Breniman was selected for publicity chairman, while Erma Carstens will be the new WRA representative.
Oxy Songster* to Compete [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Oxy Songster* to Compete The Occidental "'Glee Clubs will enter into competion with other college glee clubs from the Southern California area in the Inter-Collegiate Glee Club Festival to be held in Royce Hall on the UCLA campus next Saturday evening, May 9, at 8 p.m. Dr. Wallace Woodworth, director of the Harvard Glee Clubs, will be the guest conductor and adjudicate. The purpose of the Festival is for a comparison of the work of the various schools. The Adjudicator sends his analysis of each performance to all of the Glee Clubs. Oxy’s Women’s Glee Club will present “A Madrigal of Spring” by Miklos Rozsa, and the men’s group will sing "Song of the Spirits Over the Water” by Schubert. Both numbers will be directed by Mr. Howard Swan. Glee Clubs from UCLA, Scripps, Claremont Men's College, Pomona and Pepperdine will also perform. Dr. Woodworth will conduct the combined men’s and combined women’s glee clubs in one number each and then all six hundred voices in a grand finale. Occiden...
Callison, Connolly, Elliott, Orb On Ballot for '56 Class Proxy [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Callison, Connolly, Elliott, Orb On Ballot for '56 Class Proxy Candidates for offices of the Class of 1956 will be presented to the voting body of freshman at a Frosh Assembly next Tuesday at 11 a.m. in Alumni Chapel, states retiring president Ed Forcier. Heading the ballot are four candidates for chief of next year’s sophomore class; Bill Callison, John Connolly, Alan Elliott, and Dick Orb. Also to be chosen in balloting immediately after the assembly are a vice-president, secretaryfreasurer, boys’ social chairman and girls’ social chairman. Any necessary re-votes will be conducted Thursday in the quad. Candidates for vice-president are Les Arnett, Jo Engle, Frank Panarisi, Lyle Swanson and Paul Walker; for secretarytreasurer, Gretchen Glover, Jackie Hitzker, Jackie Neace, Joan Smith, Jan Walsh and Louise Wright; for boys’ social chairman, Don Fenn, A 1 Haimson and Rich Wonder; and for girls’ chairman, Nancy Critchlow and Laurie Sinclair. The incumbent officer will introduce each a...
Spring Sing Next Monday [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Spring Sing Next Monday The annual Inter-Fraternity Spring Sing will be held next Monday evening at 8 p.m. in Thorne Hall. Each fraternity will furnish a chorus made up of eighty percent of the house membership and a quartet. The choruses will each sing two numbers, one a required selection, the Negro spiritual, “I’ve Got Shoes,” and the other a fraternity song of the group’s own choosing. The quartet from each house will present one number. The following are the men from the various groups who will appear in the quartet competition; Kappa Sigma—Dan Stark, Walt Tyler, Tom Paul and Bruce Baggett; Sigma Alpha Epsilon —Dudley Frank, Merle Bailey, John Stechman and Dennis Little; Alpha Tau Omega—Jim Regan, Don Taylor, George Novinger and Howard Boggs; and Phi Gamma Delta—Taylor Elrod, John Trueblood, Chip Hoffman and Bob Carr.
Singers Show Music, Action [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Singers Show Music, Action Featuring a musical interpretation of a student tour through Europe as its second-half attraction, the 1953 Glee Club Home Concert promises on May 14, 15 and 16 to give the Oxy student audience fine music and entertainment. Thorne Hall will scene the presentation each night, and tickets for any performance can be purchased from Glee Club members or, after today, at the box office for $1.25. Written by Joel Davis, the script for the second half of the performance concerns a student tour of such places as London, France, the Scandinavian countries and Italy. Omar Paxson is directing this part of the program, while Ruth Ann Jordan is technical director and set designer. Three instrumentally accompanied numbers will be featured in this section of the concert; “Jubilate Deo,” “Song of the Spirits Over the Waters,” and “Cries of London.” The first half of the evening will be a formal concert.
Shivers Sonnet Wins [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Shivers Sonnet Wins A sonnet entitled “The Secret,” written by Oxy Senior Shirley Ru c h Shivers was awarded second prize last week in an international poetry contest Mrs. Shivers’ poem, which previously copped second place in this year’s Occidental Poetry Contest, garnered her $5O and a spot for the work in the contest’s anthology. This is the first time an Occidental student has won the high, honor.