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Speech Frat Elects [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Speech Frat Elects Newly elected officers of Zeta Phi Eta are: President, Arline Costanten; Vice-Presi-dent, Dee Sharpe; Corresponding Secretary, Pat Hollingsworth; Recording Secretary, Ann Harris; Treasurer, Dee Moore; Marshall. Diane Woodford; Social Chairman, Betty Rathbun; Magazine Reporter, Kathy Walper. The new sponsor for the group is Mrs. Laura Chase of the Speech Department.
Dorm Concrete Foundation Laid; New Hall Due Completion by Fall [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Dorm Concrete Foundation Laid; New Hall Due Completion by Fall Construction of the Stewart-Cleland Memorial Residence Hall, Oxy’s $525,000 mens’ dormitory, Is progressing well, reports indicate. The concrete slab foundation has been laid, and the workmen are now ready to cast the cement for the walls of the building. Work on the dormitory, which was begun in February, is expected to be completed during the summer in time for the beginning of the fall semester. The building, which is of modified Mediterranean architecture, will be U-shaped with tw'o wings extending to the rear from the main unit at the front. It will contain 32,600 square feet of floor space,, including, in addition to the two main stories, a large basement area in which will be located a game room, storage facilities for baggage of the residents, a heating system independent of the main college system, incinerators and service accessories.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
MAKE A DATE With a Queen HAMBURGER KINGS “Always Open” 4937 York Blvd. i JOB OPPORTUNITIES For particular young women in customer contact work The telephone company offers one of industry’s most desirable positions to poised yolmg 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
Plans Roll on Greek Formal [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Plans Roll on Greek Formal Strictly Social Members of the five Oxy sororities and their dates will enjoy the music of Carol Wax at the Riviera Country Club on the evening of Saturday, May 3. Highlighting the annual PanHellenic formal will be the announcement of the new Council, to be composed of the new presidents. Members of the Council made the arrangements for the dance. Members of the Pan-Hellenic Council include Margie Reavis, president; Janie Magnuson, vice-president; Joan Lunoe, treasurer; Ginny Rose, corresponding secretary; and Joann Johnson, recording secretary. Checking, parking and refreshments have been taken care of, so there will be no tipping. Formals, dark suits or tuxes will be the appropriate attire.
Plans Progress On AWS Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Plans Progress On AWS Picnic Tentative plans have been made for the annual AWS Picnic to be held May 13. YoSemite Park will be the scene of the festivities which will start in the afternoon, the time to be announced at a later date. Sophomore Women's president Lois Weleba is in charge of general plans. The afternoon will be occupied with games being planned by the WRA. After dinner at the park, a short evening of entertainment will follow.
Seniors Dine, Dance at Last Social Affair [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Seniors Dine, Dance at Last Social Affair Tomorrow evening, seniors and their dates will travel to the Chapman Park Hotel for the traditional Senior DinnerDance.’ Having held the Ditch Day on April 22, the seniors will attend one of the final class social events before graduation in June. Seniors planning the affair announce that the time Is to be 8 p.m. and the price $8 per couple; the place is the El Corral Room of the Chapman Park Hotel, located on Alexandria off Wilshire. At the dinnerdance, seniors will have ample opportunity to fondly reminisce their four years at Oxy and to jot down those names and addresses of friends—however, it is hoped that they will spend some of the time dining and dancing, leaving the reminiscences until graduation day and the addresses to the Directory. Jean Douglass, In charge of the evening, urges all seniors to attend, busy though they are, to make the event a success. Dress for the dinnerdance will consist of dark suits for the men and dressy dres...
May Queen to Be Announced At Tomorrow's Festivities [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
May Queen to Be Announced At Tomorrow's Festivities Under the direction of Nancy Van Law, May Day will be carried out by the AWS tomorrow. High school girls interested in Occidental have been invited to participate in the day’s plans. Highlight of the program will ba the crowning of the May Queen during the festival at the Greek Bowl in the afternoon. The three finalist are Marcia Chamness, Nancy May Penney and Margie Reavis. The activities will be centered around the theme, “A Young Girl’s Fancy.” The script was written by Ann Harris. The morning’s program includes registration, a fashion show and acquacqde at Taylor 1 A 1 , • , , . ment during the lunch will Include Moira Johnson singing “My Hero” by Romberg and Lynn Helm playing a piano solo, “Liebestrom,” by Liszt. Following the luncheon a panel discussion on phases of Oxy life will taka place in Thorne Hall. The panel-will consist of Dean Dumke, moderator; Mr. Frodsham speaking on fine arts; Dr. Rea£h, liberal ars; Dr. Brantley...
iVMT'S 0 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
iVMT'S 0 gY AP*t°vS p&gt;£f(H^TON What with all the excitement in the last few days—elections, pinnings and a severe backache this week's column is written Adams nor Dennistoun. Reportorially speaking, here's the slush: Pinned recently were Vivian Dennistoun and Bob Gordon from UCLA, Donna Gilpin to SAE John Cooley and Nada Rapelje to SAE Les Arnett. Engaged couples include Joan Lewis and Allan Clark, and Joan Packard and John Woodyard. The local boys’ clubs held parties last Friday evening. If you weren’t there, or If you can’t remember, the KZ party saw Alice Sabin and Walt Tyler; Marilyn Haney and Ken Sanson; Laurie Sinclair and Gary Reinschild; Mary Ann , Weddell and Mike Macready; Gretchen Glover and Ernie Espenchied; Darlene Yates and Bruce Cathcart; Carol Creech and Tony Newman. Also Moira Johnson and Dixon Trueblood; Mary Alice Marshall and John Browning; Marilyn Slater and Doug Johnson; Janie Magnuson and George Stevens; Diane Sumner and John Trueblood; . Nancy Raga...
OCW Will Hold Tea for Mothers [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
OCW Will Hold Tea for Mothers The annual off-campus women’s mother-daughter tea will be held May 17 at 2;30 p.m. in Haines Hall. The new officers for next year will be announced and installation will take place at 2:30. Joyce Tharp is making the plans and is in charge of the arrangements for the affair. The present OCW officers include: Joanne Anderson, president; Joyce Tharp, vice-presi-dent; Loyce Danbacher, secretary; Roz Balfour, treasurer; Jan Johnson and Dot; Chandler, publicity: Moira Johnson, his-
Greeks Tell New Actives [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Greeks Tell New Actives With the end of sorority Hell Week came the initiation of 33 new hctives. The Alphas are proud to announce as their new actives Dorothy Backus, Barbara Broad, Ann Falk, Luanna Gregson, Diane Harden, Claire Keith, Teri Martyn, Ann Shelton, Joan Smith and Ann Zwicker. New actives at the Beta house are Jean Arrington, Barbara Burrows, Moira Johnson, Doris Lyons, Louise Mudge, Marion Pennebaker and Lu Ann Thorne. Joining the ranks of the active chapter at the Gamma house are Jo Engle, Florence Reese, Lucille Reitzell, Peggy Smith and Jill White. The Deltas wearing new active pins are Adie Brown, Gloria Clark, Carol Creech, Nancy Critchlow, Lynn Helm, Jackie Hitzker and Nancy Shanley. » The new Zeta actives are Nan Marimon, Lu Ann Shinkle, Ellle Speth and Barbara Thomas.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
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Frosh Meet Records Fall Newquisf, Carling, Foster, Mathias, Meyer and Shinn Shatter Meet Marks [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Frosh Meet Records Fall Newquisf, Carling, Foster, Mathias, Meyer and Shinn Shatter Meet Marks By BERT WOODRUFF SMASH!! That’s what the Oxy frosh tracksters did to the record books in last Friday’s All-Conference Frosh Meet. Seven meet records fell to the Tiger onslaught as the Bengal-Babes chalked up 128 points as compared to runner-up Pomona-Claremont’s SS’ markers. Tiger Larry Newquist turned In double victories by streaking to the tape ahead of all entries in both the 100-yard dash and the 220 low hurdles. The Blond Bomb flashed to a record time in the century by taking top honors in 9.8 seconds. This blazing time dethroned a record which had stood for 30 years. Larry also tied the 220 low barrier record when he breezed home in 24.3 seconds. Carling-Foster Set Marks Bill Carling ripped off a sterling 21.7 seconds for a brilliant victory in the 220-yard dash. This effort provided another new standard, eclipsing the old record by a tenth of a second. Bengal Larry Foster clipped of...
Murray Via Tops Baiters [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Murray Via Tops Baiters Murray Vi a, Occidental’s scrappy little center-fielder, has chalked up a hefty .423 average to lead Tiger batters in the hitting department. Via, who missed Oxy’s first four encountres because of sickness, has really been the sparkplug of the Tigers since rejoining the team. Murray has played in 8 of the Tigers’ 13 games. Other leaders are Ken Welters in runs batted in with 15, and with the most hits, 16. Wolters also is second to Via in the hitting department as he is batting a healthy .333. AB H RBI Pet. Murray Via .. 26 11 3 .423 Ken Wolters 48 16 15 . 333 Gordy Bonetto 45 11 6 .244 Ray Todd i 34 8 4 .235 Jim De Prates 17 4 1 .235 Mike Bell 30 7 6 . 233 Dick Dreher 39 9 4 .231 Jim Burt 48 11 11 .227 Terry Vargo 40 9 12 . 225 Pat 'Delaney 47 10 3 .213
SPIKESTERS PREPARE FOR RELAYS [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
SPIKESTERS PREPARE FOR RELAYS By JIM TERRILL What is on the track menu for you Oxy fans now that the dual meet season has ended for 1953? Actually the season is merely beginning. The dual meets serve as the appetizer and preparation for the relay carnivals and national meets, the main course and climax of the season. This is the time of year that each track man works toward. His early season work, cross country and fall track, is now paying off for those that qualify for the “Big Ones.” Occidental has always been well represented in these coming meets and can point to an enviable record. An unknown Tiger quartet set the track world on fire in the biggest relay meet in the world, the Coliseum Relays, in 1950. Anchored by an Oxy immortal, Bullet Bill Parker, the Tiger mile relay team beat the best in the world to run the second fastest time in history. Occidental went on to place eighth in the NCAA finals in Minneapolis^ Two Mile Team The season of 1951 saw the Bengal runners ligain s...
High Spiritsil Tigers Lose in 11th After Free-for-AII [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
High Spiritsil Tigers Lose in 11th After Free-for-AII . The battling Bengal baseballers were nosed out of a possible tie for the league crown last Friday on their home diamond, but it took an inspired Whittier crew 11 innings and plenty of fight to down the determined locals, 2-1. The injury list made this tussle look like a football fray, as Oxy catchers Ray Todd and Don Kircher suffered a broken finger and cleated skull, respectively, while Poet first baseman Bob Hogue, crowding the sack, was immobilized for 10 minutes by Tiger Gordon Bonetto. Poets Rally The Poets tallied the winning run via a squeeze play in the eleventh. George Sidebottom was struck by one of Dick Dreher’s fast balls, advanced to second on a sacrifice, and when Bonetto dropped the ball, Sidebottom took third. Then Don Ferguson laid down a beautiful bunt to score Sidebottom to end the game. The Bengals threatened in the last of the eleventh, getting men on first and second only to have relief catcher Don Kircher...