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IVMT'J END [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
IVMT'J END By ADAMS &amp; DENNISTON Dear Victims of Mass Hysteria: We could tell you about sex this week. In fact, we have been ordered to do so by one of our loyal readers who is dying of boredom at having to swallow our usual unpalatable guff. However, we would rather talk abdut Bob Hansen, who wrote our column last week and did such a superlative job. We are now trying to convince him that the society column business is for him, but he just sort of gags whenever we mention the subject and refuses to be convinced. The Phi Epsilon Kappa Water Carnival occurred last weekend and was quite spectacular, even without a drowning (despite the efforts of one member of this duo). Those watching expectantly for a sinkage were Doug Smoyer and Luanne Shinkel; Dick Maas, Pat Colgrove; Janet Olson, Tom Laughlin; Barbara Livesey, Bill Jenkins; Leroy Small, Janet Lydell; Phil Rice, Eleanor Parr; John Cuchman, Mark Trotter, and the Delaney brothers, Pat and Jim, who were with Lois Prevol an...
Picnic, Assembly In Store for* AWS [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Picnic, Assembly In Store for* AWS All Oxy women are invited to attend the annual AWS Picnic next Wednesday afternoon. The scene is Yosemite Park, and fun is in store for all attending. The afternoon will be occupied with games being planned by WRA. Dinner will be served at the Park. Tickets for dinner are being issued by the Union to students. Resident women merely sign 'for a ticket, and offcampus women are charged $l.OO. In charge of the affair is the sophomore women’s president, Lois Welleba, and Barbara Brockhouse, representing WRA. After dinner there will be a community surging for those desiring to remain for it. Next Tuesday’s AWS assembly will be held at Taylor Pool. Following the installation of new officers, there will be presentation of several awards, including Mortar Board and PanHellenic. President Genie Nelson announced that it is hoped the new sponsor list will-then be ready for presentation at that time. Following the business meet- be presented for the benefit of ...
Beaches to Scene Coming Frat Parties [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Beaches to Scene Coming Frat Parties Various Southern California beach spots will stage the setting for the annual house parties to be held by the four fraternities from Friday* May 22, until Sunday, the 24. The ATd’s have chosen Saboa Hot Springs, where they will have swimming, horseback riding, golf, tennis and bowling to keep them busy. They also have a dinner-dance planned for Friday night. The Kappa Sigs are going to be at the La Jolla Palms Hotel. Their dinner-dance will be held in the Marine Room of the La Jolla Beach Club on Saturday night. The facilities of La Jolla promise to furnish plenty of entertainment. Hotel Del Mar will be the site of the P’iji’s house party. The usual activities and sports will be available and their dinnerdance will be held Saturday evening at the hotel. The SAE’s have chosen tl*a Hotel Miramar at Santa Barbara for their weekend. Saturday night will feature their dinnerdance at the hotel. They will also enjoy many sports, including water skiing.
Orr Honors Senior [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Orr Honors Senior Orr Hall will honor ♦ara Thompson at its traditional Senior Dessert next Tuesday evening. The dessert will feature entertainment consisting of a poem written for the occasion and a piano solo by Margie Arrand. To conclude the evening the dorm will present Miss Thompson with a gift. Jan Chambers, president of Orr Hall, is in charge of the affair.
Seniors at Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Seniors at Dinner An evening of dining and dancing was featured in the El Corral Room of the Chapman Park Hotel where the seniors held their spring dinner-dance. Jean Douglass,- sociak.chairman of the class, planned the affair with the aid of the other class officers.
Greek Forma! Tonight at Riviera Club [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Greek Forma! Tonight at Riviera Club Scene of the annual PanHellenic formal dance tonight will be the Riviera Country Club in Santa Monica from 9 p.m. until 12 o’clock. Members of the five sororities and ali senior women have been inviU ed to participate in the affair. Carroll Wax and his band will provide the music for the dancers. During the intermission th« traditional announcement of the new sorority presidents and the new Pan-Hellehic Council officers will be made. Attire for the evening will be formals and dark suits or tuxes. Parking, checking and refreshments are covered in the price of the bid. Bids are three dollars. Present members of the counqil have made all of the arrangements for the dance. They are Margaret Reavis, president; Janie Magnuson, vice-president; Joan Lunoe, treasurer; Ginny Rose, corresponding secretary; and Joann Johnson, recording secretary. Judicial Board has made tonight a 2 o’clock night in the dorms for the convenience of those attending the formal....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
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Trackmen to Fresno Tigers in Underdog Roles As They Meet Best in West [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Trackmen to Fresno Tigers in Underdog Roles As They Meet Best in West By BERT WOODRUFF Occidental sets off the starting gun on this year’s invitational spike schedule as they Journey to the annual West Coast Relays tomorrow afternoon and evening at Fresno. Oxy will take the field as definite underdogs in all events that the Tiger thinclads have entered, but as usual, Coach Payton Jordan will have a spirited group of spikesters on hand who would just as soon ' bring home some trophies to grace the enlightened walls of the University of Eagle Rock. Six Under 3:18 In a traditional thriller, the Oxy mile relay quartet of Rel Schmit, Jon Speer, Brayton Norton and Phil Presber, will take the track against such stellar foursomes as California, Southern California, UCLA, Stanford, Fresno State and San Jose. All these entries, including the Tigers, have been under 3:18 this season, although California rates as a favorite with a 3:16.3 clocking, the second best to this date in the nation. Wit...
Eight Qualify for All-Conf. Swimfest [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Eight Qualify for All-Conf. Swimfest By HANK DICKSON Eight Bengal swimmers yesterday qualified for the vital All-Conference Finals to be held tomorrow afternoon at 1:15 o’clock in the Pomona pool. Qualifiers include Fred Kroesche in the 220 and 440 free style, Jim Ensign in the individual medley and backstroke, Tim Mitchell in the 100 free style, Dick Norman and Brownie Parker in the breast stroke, and Bob Dreibelbis, Joe Webber and Jim Delaney in the diving event. The medley and 400 yard relay teams qualified automatically. All eight will be out to avenge their only conference dual meet loss of the season, a 46-38 defeat at theliands of the Sagehens. Pomona led the list with nine individual qualifiers, followed by Oxy with 8, Caltech with 6, Redlands with 3 and Whittier with 1. If Redlands and Caltech can split up some of the Sagehen depth, the Bengals could come through with a victory, as their point potential stands close to 60 markers. Dreibelbis, Webber and Delaney are looking ...
Peeping Tom [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Peeping Tom By Tom Peterson MAY LOSE NECK? ... Regardless of what you read elsewhere, I am going to stick my neck into the guillotine and hope it is not chopped off and pick Coach Payton Jordan's four-man 2-mile relay team to edge out the highly favored California Bears tomorrow evening in the annual Fresno Relays . . . same thing could happen as occurred to Native Dancer and Kid Gavilan last week . . . Remember? . . . HOW SO YOU ASK? ... Cal has two fellows who run under 1:55 and two who do around 1:56 .. . Darn right . . They have four good runners but I think and know we have four better ones in Paul Southgate, Jim Terrill, Ev Trader and Don Munroe. . , . All four are capable of doing 1:56 or better . . . And remember that Terrill and Southgate or Trader as a matter of fact have not run a fresh 880 since the Caltech meet in March . . . They make a great foursome and because they form a combo of stout hearts and eight sturdy legs I must pick them to win . . . Time—--7:41.8. JOHANS...
ATO's, Fiji's Head IM List, Play Today [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
ATO's, Fiji's Head IM List, Play Today The two remaining undefeated teams clash head-on this afternoon when the ATO’s meet the Fiji’s in a Bell Field thrill,er at 3:30 p.m. Ray Taylor and Ron Cooper will be handling the mound duties for their respective crews. The KZ’s meet Swan Hall In what should be a good practice tilt for both groups, IM standings to date: pgd 4 o 1.000 ATO 4 0 1.000 PGD 4 0 1.00 SAE 2 1 .666 KZ 1 1 .500 Wylie 1 3 .250 Swan 0 3 ,000 OCM 0 4 .000 ATO's Drop KZ's The Tau’s amassed eight runs in twp innings to down the KZ’s 11-4 in a game last Fri‘day. Ray Taylor pitched a tight game for ATO, allowing the usually potent KZ bats only four hits. BOX SCORE ATO AB H KZ AB H Drake, ss ..4 1 Stark, c ....4 0 Noble. If ...4 1 Tyler, 1b ...4 1 Wak’rn’n, 3b 4 2 Seltzer, p..4 2 Taylor, p...4 0 Friend, ss ..4 0 Noonan, c ..4 3 Skilling. 3b 4 0 Fisher, 1b ..4 2 Dickson. 2b 3 1 Conant, rf ..2 0 Edwards, cf 3 0 Small, 2b .. .3- 1 Newman, rf 3 0 Roberts, cf 3 1 Brown, If ...3 0 3...
No Kidding? Bali Bashers Biff Caltech For First Win [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
No Kidding? Bali Bashers Biff Caltech For First Win By CHUCK HAMMOND Last Tuesday afternoon the Occidental tennis team broke into the win column in a league contest for the first time in two years. With resounding confidence, the Bengal ballbashers biffed the Caltech sliderule men 6-3. Even without their number one man, Dick Martin, the Tigers vindicated the loss qf two weeks previous by annihilating the Beavers from start to finish. The big win of the day was Lou Robinson’s triumph over heavily favored Eric Ward, while Dick Holmes came through for the second time over his opponent, Bill Jano. Roney Improved John Roney, who has been moved into the third singles spot because of his fine performances of the past few weeks, topped Bob Moody of Caltech in three sets. Sixth singles, Bob Hoskins, finished off Don Schmitt In straight sets with no trouble. The fifth and sixth points came from-doubles wins by Pettit and Roney, and Hoskins and Holmes. All of the losses came in three sets. Per...
Tiger Swimmers Dunk Bulldogs By 12 Point Margin at Redlands Kroesche Places In Three Events As Norman, Medley Team Win [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Tiger Swimmers Dunk Bulldogs By 12 Point Margin at Redlands Kroesche Places In Three Events As Norman, Medley Team Win By HANK DICKSON n &lt; The Tiger swimmers trekked out to Redlands for the second time this season, and, as in the Redlands Relays earlier this year, brought home the bacon as they dunked the Bulldogs 48-36. Fred “The Fish” Kroesche turned in his usual sterling performance as he copped first in the 440 and 220 yard free style events, as well as a close second in the IOO.Mn the latter he was edged out by inches by Redlands’ Dave Hayes. Bulldog Best in 100 Hayes himself had a good afternoon, as he streaked to a 1:04.3 victory in the 100 yard individual medley, a first in the 100 and swam on the winning Bulldog relay team. Tiger Tom Mitchell had one of his best days as he swam to a dead heat tie for first in the 50 yard free style and a close third in the 100. The medley relay team, composed of Charlie Miller, Dick Norman and Mitchell continued its winning ways ...
Championship Hopes Dim; Via, Burt Pace Tiger Hitters [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Championship Hopes Dim; Via, Burt Pace Tiger Hitters Occidental will try to keep its slim hopes of tying for the conference championship tomorrow afternoon when they engage the Pomona Sagehens on the Claremont diamond. The Tigers are hoping and prayin’ that the Whittier Poets, this time only, will upset league-leading Redlands and throw the Conference title into a three-way tie among the Tigers. Bulldogs and Poets. Russ Groat (4-1) will probably draw the starting nod from Coach Bill Anderson to quell the bats of the Sagehens. Via's Big Bat Centerfielder Murray Via is leading his teammates in league play with a sizzling .500 average. Via, playing in four of the six SCiC games, has collected seven safeties in 14 appearance;; at che plate. Second baseman Gordy Bonetto has hit safely eight times in 22 trips to the plate for second spot and a nifty .363 average. Pat Delaney is the only other hitter on the Tiger nine to be batting .300. The little left fielder, with a mighty fine throwing...
IM Softball Tiffs [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
IM Softball Tiffs (Continued from Page 4) Swan’s only hit, a sound triple. BOX SCORE SAE AB H Swan AB H B’v'gton, ss 4 0 Swanson, cf 3 0 Wonder, 2b 4 3 Biven, 3b ...3 0 Horn, 1b ...4 1 Butcher, If .3 0 Ch’m'ln, 3b 4 1 Callison, p .3 0 Maas, cf ...4 3 McG’gor, 1b 3 0 Werker, If ..4 3 Connolly, c .3 1 Padfield, rf 3 0 Carb'gh, ss 2 0 Holmes, c ..3 0 Jacobs. 2b ..2 0 Hammond, p 3 1 Cox, rf 2 0 33 12 24 1 Fiji's Stop SAE's Pitcher Hon Cooper led the Phi Gams to a convincing 13-2 win over the Rangeview Academy boys, as Fielder Bobby Frank collected four hits for four times at bat. Jack Chamberlain was outstanding hitter for the losers.
Tigers Cash in On Walks, Drop LACC Cubs 3-0 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
Tigers Cash in On Walks, Drop LACC Cubs 3-0 Watch ’em go by! That’s just what the Occidental Horsehiders did last week when they walked to a 3-0 victory over the LACC Cubs. Tiger hurler, Frank “Slow Poke” Bennett, turned in a very brilliant mound performance in picking up his second win of the season against one defeat. Cub twirler, Max Pote, went the distance for the LACC nine and allowed but three hits, but put several men on base via walks which eventually led to his downfall. The Bengals owned a two-run lead before getting their first hit in the fifth Inning. Strolling Along After retiring the first two batters in the last of the first Pote lost all control as he walked the next four hitters to face him. Ken Wolters, Murray Via and Jim Burt drew free passes to first. And then Wolters finished his long stroll along the basepaths when Pat Delaney walked to force Wolters home with the go-ahead run. The Tigers went a roaming the bases in the third as Pote continued to issue out free...
OXY BEATS (HAPMAH IN 18-6 HITTING SPREE [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
OXY BEATS (HAPMAH IN 18-6 HITTING SPREE Dick Dreher, Frank Bennett and Russ Groat teamed up to toss a six-hitter and Mike Bel! hit a two-run homer for Oxy’s horsehiders Wednesday as they humiliated the Chapman Panthers, 18-6, on the losers’ diamond. The Bengals, who have done —— ————-—— very little in the way of getting base hits in their last six encounters, really teed off on two Panther twirlers for 18 safeties. Murray Via cracked out four singles in four trips, and Ken Wolters and Gil McFadden each garnered three safeties in the Tiger onslaught. Oxy sent 12 hitters to the plate in the first inning with eight Bengals crossing home plate. In fact, the first seven reached base safely before McFadden flied out. Wolters and Dreher were the big guns as they both drove in two runs apiece. That alone was enough to salt away the sixth victory of the season for portaider Dreher. Dreher, however, was lifted in the fifth in favor of Bennett, who was replaced on the mound by Groat in the sev...
GROAT CHUCKS 2-HIT WIN OVER WARRIORS [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
GROAT CHUCKS 2-HIT WIN OVER WARRIORS Occidental was awarded another masterful pitchiri •' performance last Saturday when Russ Groat, the rem head from Downers Grove, 111., fashioned a spectacular two-hit 5-0 shutout over the Westmont Warriors at Santa Barbara. It was the second consecutive whitewashing by a Bengal hurler. Groat, although walking seven Warriors, exhibited wonderful control as he fanned 11 Westmonters. Groat was in serious trouble only once. In the seventh he loaded the bases on walks but was able to retire Ed Crew on an easy roller to Terry Vargo who threw him out at first to end the threat. Burt and Kircher Timely hitting by big Jim Burt and Don Kircher along with some faulty fielding by tire Warriors, led to four four of the five Tiger runs. Burt hit a bases-loaded double in the first to drive in two runs and get the Tigers rolling in full steam. Jim-De Frates and Murray Via starting off by walking. All runners were safe as third baseman Crew dropped Ken Welter’s g...