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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 8 May 1953
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
THf OCCIDENTAL VOL. LXVIII, NO. 24 OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES 41, CALIF. FRI., MAY 15, 1953 THE OCCIDENTAL %r % I lr mm mm I m m Mm (Ul AH A TIME IWAuAZINi Somethin tf New.,. VOL. LXVIII, NO. 24 (Part M) OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES 41, CALIF. FRI, MAY 15, 1953 editorials OCCIDENTAL FIRL, MAY 15, 1953 OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES, CALIF. VOL. LXVIII, NO. 24
Concerts Take Spotlight Home Concert Finale Conies [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
Concerts Take Spotlight Home Concert Finale Conies Tickets are still available for tonight and tommorow night’s performances of the Occidental Glee Clubs’ Home Concert. The $1.25 tickets may be obtained from any Glee Club member or from the Thorne Hall box office, which will be open until 4 p.m. today, from 1 to 4 p.m. tomorrow, and 7:30 p.m. before each performance. The formal concert which will be presented for the first half of the program, will feature four instrumentally accompanied numbers. “Jubilate Deo” by Garibaldi, will be accompanied by a brass sextet consisting of Deane Pennock, Luke Wood, and Ronnie Bedrosian, trumpets, and Richard Rush, Robert Rivera, and Lester Robertson, trombones. A string quinet comprising Gerald Christensen and Mary Alice Marshall, violas, Amelia Quinn and Virginia Jocelyn, cellos, and Robert Huddleston, bass, will accompany the men’* chorus in “Song of the Spirits Over the Waters” by Schubert. Saturday night, “Mephisto Waltz” by Liszt will featur...
'3o' Time Near [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
'3o' Time Near Next Friday will mark the final issue of The Occidental for the year 195253, according to Hank Dickson, retiring editor. The issue planned for May 29 will be dropped in order to allow staff members to prepare for finals and comprehensives, he said. Deadline for news items for that week will be Tuesday afternoon, Dickson said.
internship Program To Expand in '54 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
internship Program To Expand in '54 Several new opportunities are expected to be available next year in the Internship Program for seniors and second term juniors, according to Mr. Ellis McClune, chairman of curriculum in Applied Poltiics and Economics. A meeting was held yesterday to explain some of the program’s details to students in commerce and finance, economics and political science, and psychology and sociology. However, interested students who were not at the meeting are invited to see Mr. McCune any part of the day in J37. The program, possible only at a college with the size and location of Occidental, places students in part-time, paying positions with a business, a government agency or a labor union. It is designed to make the transition from college life to the commercial world less abrupt. The duties performed vary widely, but are designed to enable the student to get practical training which will supplement his academic studies. The program also brings distinguished ...
IST A Will Sponsor European Travels [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
IST A Will Sponsor European Travels Occidental music and art lovers will journey abroad this summer in a comprehensive tour of much of Europe. The program is sponsored by the International Student Tours Association. For $950, students will spend three months visiting spots in France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, Jtaly, England and Scotland. An additional tee of $6O will earn four units’ credit from the Occidental summer session, according to Mr. Richard Swift and Dr. Robert Gross, tour directors. The group will sail on July 4 from Quebec on the S.S. Arosa Kulm. A 12,000-tonner, the Arosa is a special student ship and boasts a swimming pool and various luxury facilities. Paris is the first stop-over. A three-day tour of the French capital will feature excursions to Versailles, Notre Dame cathedral. the Louvre, a party in Montmartre, and an evening at the opera. A motor excursion through the famous Chateaux country and visits to Mont St. Michel in Brittany, and Chartres cat...
AMS Holds Annual Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
AMS Holds Annual Dinner The annual AMS Sports Award Banquet will be held this-year Wednesday, May 21, at 7 p.m. in Freeman Union. The price will be fifty cents for residents, $1.25 for offcampus men. The banquet is held yearly to give the letters and awards earned in spring sports and to give special awards to outstanding men students. This year, prexy Don Fulton announces, there will be no speaker and no special entertainment. The concentratieon will be, rather, on awards. The Iron Man trophy will be awarded at this time. Also awarded will be the trophies for the most Improved and most inspirational performancein track. The Iron Man is awarded to the man who scores the most points in the Pomona Dual Track meet.
SPRING RECITAL STAGED MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
SPRING RECITAL STAGED MONDAY The Occidental College Orchestra will present its annual Spring Concert next Monday at 8:15 p.m. in Alumni Hall, Mr. Lauris Jones, music instructor, conducting. No admission will be charged and the public is cordially invited. Soloist will be Stanley Plummer, violinist, last year’s Thorne Hal! young artist and concertmaster of the Pasadena Civic Symphony. The program by the 37-pieca group will include Symphony Na. 2 in D Major, by Beethoven; Concerto for Violin in D Minor, by Mendelssohn; Chaconne, by Truman Fisher, Oxy senior; and Suite from a Day of Music, by Hindemith. The violin concerto by Mendelssohn was only recently discovered by Yehuidi Menhuin, noted violin soloist. It was written by Mendelssohn when only 13 years old, and will receive its first West Coast performance when presented by the orchestra next Monday night. This is the second concert that Mr. Jones has supervised in his two years at Occidental. “The whole group has put In many hours ...
TAPS, CLAWS NAME NEW MEMBERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
TAPS, CLAWS NAME NEW MEMBERSHIP Nineteen freshman girls and ten frosh and soph men weia tapped Wednesday noon for membership in Tiger Taps and Tiger Claws for next year. New Tiger Taps are; Nan Marimon, Peggy Mortimer, Joyce Schinnerer, Gloria Clark, Chloe Cuthbert, Barbara Greeley, Jeanne Alexander Pat Witherel, Jackie Neace, Moira Johnson, Myrtle Whitsitt, Maxine Bell, Jan Holst, Marilyn Fair, Jeanne Arrington, Ann Zwicker, Ann Shelton, Jo Engle and Andy Blough. The Tiger Tap organization also honored with Oxy keys Dorothy Backus, Carol Reddy, and Marilyn Spaan, who were ineligible for membership due to class status. Chosen to be Tiger Claws for the next two years were: Ken Murray, Jim Ong, Ed Forcier, Chuck Buck, Bert Woodruff, Oak Norton, Bill Hazen. Dick Orb, Doug Smoyer and Marvin Loustaunau.
COLE 'UNHAPPY' WITH ARTICLE PUT IN THIS WEEK MAGAZINE [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
COLE 'UNHAPPY' WITH ARTICLE PUT IN THIS WEEK MAGAZINE Assistant Professor Dave Cole of the psychology department went on record this week as being “highly unhappy” over the article published in last Sunday’s issue of This Week Magazine concerning his research over the past six years on responses to the question: “What kind of animal would you like to be?” “Although he was careful not to use any direct quota,, tions of mine, the author made several inferences which I could not stand behind,” Cole said. “Furthermore, the information was granted on the understanding that I would be able to proof read the article before it was published, although I never saw it before last Sunday,” he added. Factual data towards the end of the article were valid, although some implications made at the beginning were not in accord with his opinions, Cole said. “With respect to intellectual honesty, the article pub- v lished recently in The Occidental on the same subject was 1 far more balanced and reliab...
Ouch!! Tiger Tuition Fee to Hop $25 Per Term Next Year [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
Ouch!! Tiger Tuition Fee to Hop $25 Per Term Next Year Tiger tuition will be increased $25 per semester starting with the fall term, 1953, announced Dean Glenn S. Dumke early this week. States the release from Dumke’s 'office: “The college administration does this reluctantly, but under pressure of increased costs of operation, inflation and other factors, it has become necessary. Students should remember that tuition stilt does not pay for the full cost of an individual’s education at Occidental, the difference being made up from endowment and other income, gifts, and scholarship programs subsidized by outside individuals and organizations.” The increase, Dumke assures, will be considered in granting requests for student aid. Other college fees will remain tire same for next year.
Dr. Reath Receives Wrist Alarm Clock [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
Dr. Reath Receives Wrist Alarm Clock Students of Dr. Richard Heath's political science course on “American Political Ideas” presented him Wednesday with a “watch” as a premature birthday gift for Reath's June 34 anniversary. Several weeks ago Dr. Reath dropped a sly hint as to his wishes by saying, “If you’re wondering what to get me for my birthday, I could certainly use a wrist watch.” The “watch,” an Ingrahm wind-up alarm clock with a stainless steel watchband attached, was presented to the ebullient mentor by John Gaines, junior, as the class sang “Happy Birthday to You.” Dr, Reath, overcome by emotion, was only able to mumble, “My, it’s certainly bigger than I expected.”
Young GOP Group Elects New Leaders [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
Young GOP Group Elects New Leaders The- .Young Republican Club recently elected officers for the coming year. Don Galleher will serve as president, Larry de Graaf, vice-presiaent and Dorothea- Dixon, secretary. Outgoing president is Steve Salsbury. Fof the past semester, the club, has been discussing various national and local issues, The results of these discussions have been sent to the' Congressmen from Occidental’s district. This is part of the club’s program of continuing popu-lar participation in democracy between elections. At the next meeting, the club will discuss “United Stales Policy in the Far East.”
Mosser Heads Group [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
Mosser Heads Group Pat Mosser pas been Chosen to head next year’s slate, of Laurean Society officers at a recent meeting held »i the Delta Douse. Patsy Moisling has been chosen first vice-president, and Peggy Keller was elected as second vice - ■ president. Jan Walsh will serve as secretary, while Doris Linsley has been selected as the new treasurer. Ah organization for girls interested in English, the society had as its election meeting speaker Don Marvin of the Oxy English department. His topic was “Pleasue Dome.” A theater party is scheduled for May 22, says Miss Mosser.
Glee Clubs Plan Final Banquet [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
Glee Clubs Plan Final Banquet To celebrate the completion of the Home Concert, the glee clubs will hold their traditional banquet at the Tick Tock restaurant at Toluca Lake Tuesday, May 19, at 7 p.m. At this time the new officers for both Men’s and Women’s Glee Clubs will be announced. Glee Club keys will be awarded to all seniors who have been members all their years at Oxy. The “Ole” gavel will be presented to the member who was responsible for the greatest faux pas of the year. This became a tradition several years ago during the rendition of “Donkey Serenade,” when a member sang a lusty “Ole” at the w'rong time. Other entertainment will include several skits, which will parody Home Concert Tour happenings.
Deims, Kennard at Sunday Services [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
Deims, Kennard at Sunday Services Guest speaker for the Sunday service at Student Church next Sunday will be Dr. Marvin Deims from Chicago Theological Seminary. The service wilj begin at 11:30 a.m. in Alumni Chapel, and choir practice starts at 10:15. Presenting Father George Kennard as guest speaker this Sunday evening, Fireside Fellowship expects a large turnout. Father Kennard, a professor of philosophy at Loyola University, will speak about current Catholic thought, his subject being “The Roman Catholic Church.” In addition to his appearance before Fireside at 6:45 in the Women’s Lounge, he will also speak there at 8 o’clock the same evening for philosophy and religion majors, and othed interested students. • Vespers will be held Thursday evening in the Music Chapel.
New Air Officers [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
New Air Officers The Arnold Air Society held their final meeting of the year Tuesday night at the Kappa Sig house. New officers were elected and tentative plans were, made for the coming year. Don Ziegler was elected as the new Commanding Officer, replacing Jerry LaFleur. Russ Groat relinquished his post as executive officer to Roger Harway. Leßoy Small is tire newly elected Operations Officer, replacing Ziegler. Roger Pelz replaces Gene Ross and Secre-tary-Treasurer and Jim Givanazi succeeds Bill Skilling as Secretar-Recorder. Tentative sites for next year’s Military Ball were made with the following places being named; Oakmont Country Club, Palm Springs, Huntington Hotel, Pasadena Civic and a dreamy locale in the Altadena hills. Plans were also discussed about the summer camp to be held during June and July at George Air Force Base at Victorville.
Kappa Sigs and Dads Plan Fishing Trip to Catalina [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
Kappa Sigs and Dads Plan Fishing Trip to Catalina Ten Oxy fellows and their dads will depart Sunday morning at 5 o’clock from Newport Bay on a special chartered boat for an all-day yellowtail fishing excursion around Catalina and the channel. Those planning to make the trip, along with their fathers, are Bob Caneday, Bruce Cathcart, Fred Kroesche, Gary Alford, Jim Bertch, Kenny Edwards,'Talley Brown, Brad Underwood, Phil Rice and Harris Hartman. Originated by the Kappa Sigs, arrangements for the excursion were made by Tulley Brown, junior. Everybody will contribute 50 cents to a jackpot that will go to the lucky man who lands the biggest fish. Refreshments will be served on board the boat, for those who are willing and able to take them on. “We know we will have a wonderful time,” Brown states, “and we hope this can be made an annua! affair.” OXYPHOTO RED "THE FISH” KROESCHE is being hauled in by Kappa Sigs Brad Underwood and Bob Caneday, (kneeling) and, from left, Gary Alford, Tull...
Church Feasr Plans Made [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
Church Feasr Plans Made Invitations for the annual Student Church Banquet next Wednesday have been received by all members, states Barbara Nichols, banquet chairman, but emphasizes that all Bengals, whether Student Church members or not, are cordially invited to attend. The dinner is slated to begin with a fruit cocktail and reception in the Women's Lounge at 6 p.m. Then the group will move into the Union for a turkey dinner. Speaker for the evening will be the Rev. Fred Coots of Pasadena, who is an alum. Price of the banquet will he 60 cents for on-campus people, $1.35 for off-campus students. The Phi Gamma Delta quartet, second place winners in the recent Inter-Fraternity sing, will entertaein folowing dinner.
Anglicans Gather [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
Anglicans Gather On Tuesday, May 12, local Anglicans gathered in Freeman Union lor dinner with the Rt. Rev. Donald J. Campbell, suffragan bishop of Los Angeles, who addressed the group briefly in the Women’s Lounge. Also present were the Rev. S. H. Sayre, the group’s chaplain, the Rev. Lawrence Carter, diocesan collegiate chaplain, and Dr. diaries Falk, of the Occidental Education Department, group adviser. The last service of Holy Communion for the school year will be celebrated by Fr. Sayre In the Music Chapel at 7 a.m. Friday, May 22. All Episcopalians are urged to attend.