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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Slippers with a JULIET AIR... Style 20 Juliet might have worn slippers such as these . . . dainty and soft and so feminine in white. Be sweet as Juliet when you wear yours . . . love the way they look with everything . . . shorts and skirts to party duds. A mere $3.50 [OECED JU9-SJ COIOhAOO BIVD. . t AGll ROCK 41, C Al l r
‘Hawaiian Holidays' Themes Annual Phi EP Water Show [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
‘Hawaiian Holidays' Themes Annual Phi EP Water Show “Hawaiian Holidays” will hit Taylor Pool this evening at 7:43 p.m. when Phi Epsilon Kappa, honorary physical education fraternity stages its an'nual water carnival. Tickets at 90 cents for adults and 50 cents- for children may be purchased today from PE majors or at the door, Dave Herman, president, announces. ■ Acts will include a ballet number by the May Day group; Dee Ross, synchronized swimmer from LAAC; Paula Jean Meyers, AAU 3-meter diving champion; Willy Farrell, Olympic performer; and several locals as clown divers in a ‘“Dilly-Dally” act. A trampoline acf by Roger Burke’s gymnasts will also .be featured, says Mel Whitaker, chairman of the event. 808 OREIBELBIS To perform on trampoline
DEBATERS RETURN FROM WP MEET [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
DEBATERS RETURN FROM WP MEET 'Returning from the National Collegiate Debate Finals at West Point, New York, this week were Steve Salsbury and Joe Wise, Occidental’s stellar speaking duo. Dtie debaters had a very fine trip but found the competition at the nationals quite stiff. Although failing to make tha finals, they did have an opportunity to debate eight times in the preliminaries against such outstanding teams a* Princeton, Illinois, St. John’s, Case Institute and Mount Mercy College. This trip completed the forensics schedule for the year and the speakers wil now settle down to term papers and preparation for finals. All students Who are interested in speech, are. however, urged to attend the Speech Banquet on May 9. Reservations may be made in the Speech office.
Senior Services Held At Student Church [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Senior Services Held At Student Church This Sunday will be Senior Communion Sunday at Student Church, and Dr. Hu Noble, chaplain, will deliver the sermon. The seniors, spokesmen say, will be especially honored at the service, which is held at 11:30 in Alumni Chapel. Music Director Dodo Kirkpatrick urges all persons who are interested to practice with the choir beginning at 10:15. Chuck Harvey will show his colored slides of Europe Sunday evening at Fireside Fellowship at 6:45 in the Women’s Lounge.
Solsbury Given $lOOO Graduate Fellowship [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Solsbury Given $lOOO Graduate Fellowship Steve Salsbury, a senior, was this week announced to be the winner of a $lOOO graduate fellowship granted by the Congress of California ParentTeacher Associations. The Congress each year grants one $2OOO fellowship for overseas study and four $lOOO fellowships for study in this country. They are given to A.B. holders who show promise of outstanding careers in international relations.
Shay There- [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Shay There- shuffiing through sheaves of shabby sheets scattered on the post office floor is not so very pleasant. At a recent AS O C council meeting, it was decided to make the head of an event responsible for picking up form notices after their discard. However, there's a nice big trash can within any Bengal's claw - reach. Shimple, huh?
Gresham, Gilliland Go lo PSBA Confab [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Gresham, Gilliland Go lo PSBA Confab Present and future Bengal leaders, Red Gresham and Bruce Gilliland, will travel to Tuscon, Arizona within a fortnight to attend the annual convention of the Pacific Student President Association May 13-16. It funds are sufficient, vice presidents Romey Ufholtz and Janie Magnuson will also represent the Occidental student governing body. The delegates will stay at a local hotel, and attend convention sessions on the campus of host school University of Arizona.
Graduation Requirements, Special Features Ottered During Summer [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
Graduation Requirements, Special Features Ottered During Summer Requirements for graduation, as well as numerous special features, will be offered at Occidental’s 1953 Summer Session slated for June 22-July 31, according to Summer Session Director Richard Reath. Offering courses in French from Mr. Max Treuscorff and Dr, James Bickley, the six-week beach-season session promises fulfillment of the college language requirement. Biology 30 and Physics 30 will also be available to aid undergraduates In meeting science requirements. Dr. Silva Lake will instruct a six-week course in the required Literature of the Bible. Night classes will be conducted three nights weekly by Reath on Government in the United States. This will satisfy the state requirement for both the study of the Constitution and of California state and lo- cal governments. Special features include a workshop on Diagnosis and Treatment of School Disabilities of Children, workshop on Literature and Language Play for Young C...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 1 May 1953
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
m OCCIDENTAL FRU, MAY 8, 1953 OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES 41, CALIF. VOL. LXVtll, , NO. 23 EDITORIALS OCCIDEN FRI., MAY 8, 1953 OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES, CALIF. VOL. LXVIII, NO. 23
TICKETS SELLING FAST FOR HOME CONCET NEXT WEEK Holt, Waller, Nute, Hauert, Browning, Olsen to Solo [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
TICKETS SELLING FAST FOR HOME CONCET NEXT WEEK Holt, Waller, Nute, Hauert, Browning, Olsen to Solo Capacity audiences are anticipated for the three performances of the annual Glee Club Home Concert which will be presented in Thorne Hall on the evenings of May 14, 15 and 16. Tickets for all of the performances are now available from any Glee Club member or at the Thorne Hall box office for $1.25 per seat. The first half of the program will be a formal concert. Mr. Howard Swan, music instructor, conducting. Among the featured soloists in this part are: Mary Holt, soprano, and Dick Waller, clarinetist, on Thursday evening; Shirley Note, soprano, and Robert Hauert, bass, on Friday evening; and John Browning, pianist, and tenor Carl Olsen performing on Saturday evening. Clubs Combine The Women’s Glee Club will sing “Madrigal of Spring,” written especially for them in 1948 by Miklos Rozsa, noted composer. “Song of the Spirits Over the Waters,” by Schubert, will be sung by the Men’s Glee C...
SSCQI Blanks Due by Monday [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
SSCQI Blanks Due by Monday Applications for the May 21 Selective Service College Qualification Test must be submitted to the testing service in Princeton, New Jersey, not later than midnight next Monday, according to Ben Culley, dean of men. Major General Lewis B. Hershey, director of Selective Service, states that the May 21 test is primarily for students prevented by illness or other emergencies from taking the test on April 23. This, however, does not bar any qualified student from taking the test if his application is mailed before the deadline. Students who'have a certificate of admission for the April 23 test which they did not use must submit new applications if they wish to take the May 21 test, he emphasized. The old certificates will not be good for admision to the May 21 test. This will be the last SSCQT test given this year. Students amy obtain applications for the SSCQT • from any Selective Service local board. Dean Ben Gulley points out. They should be submitted as soo...
Hansen Joins Church Board [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Hansen Joins Church Board Bob Hansen, a junior prevtheo, has been elected to serve as co-chairman for the Student Church Board for the year 195354. Hansen’s term will begin in September when he takes over the spot vacated by the graduation of Chuck Harvey, retiring co-chairman. The nine other members %f the board for next year were also selected at the recent-elec-tions. Those who will serve are; Sandy Robbins, present cochairman; Dick Rush, Peggy Orr, Dick Lundy, Chip Hoffman, Barbara Jones, Ann Zwicker, Jim Ong and Marilyn Fair. The Student Church Board holds ifs meetings on Thursday evenings at 8:30 in Johnson 25. All students who are interested in its work are welcome to attend.
Say, Seniors [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Say, Seniors Next Wednesday is CG deadline not TP as in term paper, but CG as in cap and gown. All seniors must be fitted with graduation garb by Wednesday at 4 p.m, in preparation for Senior Class Day, May 21, Craig Cunningham urges all un-fitted seniors -to come to The Occidental office between 1 and 4 p.m. on Monday, or between 2 and 4 on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Tapping Ceremony Slated Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Tapping Ceremony Slated Wednesday Tiger Taps and Tiger Claws will reveal the students they have chosen for next year at a tapping ceremony scheduled for next Wednesday noon in the quad. All freshmen and sopohomores are urged by the officers of the honoraries to be present. A conflict with the date for room drawing for freshmen women has not been resolved as this paper goes to press.
Parents Come To Campus [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Parents Come To Campus Parents Day will be initiated at Oxy a week from Saturday when the Bengal bill-footers invade the campus for an afternoon’s glimpse of what goes on inside the “halls of ivy.” Following class sessions, tha visiting parents will “go through the line” in the Union, be taken on conducted tours of the campus, and take in the final performance of the Gle# Club Home Concert. The first-time event is sponsored by the Faculty Interest Committee, under the direction of Dr. Norman Freestone of the speech department. With the purpose of giving parents an idea of what the academic life of students is really like, lower division courses are being stressed, with History of Civilization “required” for all visitors. Following registration from 1 to 2 p.m. and the “orientation” and “civ” lectures in Thorne, parents will enjoy a coffee break and ROTC presentation in Freeman Patio. From 4 until 5:15 they will attend two courses of their choosing. Subjects on the class schedule inc...
Exchange Drive Still Short of $1400 Goal [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Exchange Drive Still Short of $ 1400 Goal Oxy’s Exchange pot is far from full at press time ,this week, says Helen Ci’afts, chairman of the Student Exchange Fund. Out of a hoped-for goal of $l4OO, the * drive so far has netted $592.82 for next year’s Tiger travelers. “We still have a good chance to reach our quota,” says Miss Crafts. “All the money from the dorms, fraternities and sororities has not come in and we have yet to send letters to students’ parents and the friends of Occidental. Then too, the weather was bad last week, which detracted from student participation In the scheduled activities.” Proceeds from last week’s special events form the major portion of the money collected to date. The cake sale netted $107.25 for the fund, while the Interfraternity Sing contributed $114.72, $2O less than last year. Pioneer Day showed a profit of $191.59.