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Hold That Tiger! [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
Hold That Tiger! The Occidental liberalists rise Jn opposition to history of Civ, authoritarianism! Since when has it been the policy of the history of civilization discussion group leaders to mis interpret, at their own disgression, the style and form in which certain term papers due in four days are to be written? i.e., Sleepy. Dr. Gloyn please note!!! —Name Withheld.
T'aint Fair! [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
T'aint Fair! ’Tis springtime now, and all the flowers are a-bloom, especially in Orr Gardens. But can we Oxy gals pick them to brighten up our rooms or our spring outfits? NO! As a loyal student who pays money indirectly to help maintain the grounds around our campus and in Orr Gardens, too, I feel this is an outrage! How much longer must we sit idly by and see these fragrant blossoms wither and die? Frustrated
BOX ONE [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
BOX ONE By GENIE NELSON, AWS President Guest time for Box One is in full swing. As representative on the ASOC Council for Oxy’s women students, I should like to use this space and time to refresh in your minds the role of AWS on Oxy’s campus. The aims of AWS are like those of the ASOC; that is, it serves to provide government for its members, to provide a social program for its members, and to develop and further in its members our Oxy spirit. Thus, in everything that AWS does, it is striving to further one of these three aims. As Judicial Board, Residence Council, or the AWS Cabinet function, many women are being given an opportunity to take part in governing themselves. As they attend Co-Ed Hop, the annual Spring Picnic, or HiJinx, women are participating in a social program especially set up for women. The Sponsor program. May Day, and Procession of Lanterns serve as instruments to build A loyalty for Oxy among the women who participate in them. At the same time they serve as exa...
Page M7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
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Page M7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
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Orb to Head Sophs in '54 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
Orb to Head Sophs in '54 Dick Orb will lead the class of 1956 in their sophomore activities next year, following his victory over Bill Callison in last week’s final freshman elections. Also elected in Thursday and Friday revotes were Les Arnett, vice-president, and Jackie Neace, secretary. Arnett edged out Lyle Swanson, and Miss Neace was victorious over Jackie Hitzker. Laurie Sinclair and Rich Wonder were voted into the offices of Girls’ Social Chairman and Boys’ Social Chairman, respectively, in the first balloting last Tuesday after the Frosh Assembly. Orb reveals plans are already underway for hazing activity, the Pajamerino, and SophFrosh Day. The old and new cabinets met yesterday with Miss Alma Creager to discuss plans and finances. Striving for wide participation in hazing; class activity throughout the entire year; and class unity, Orb claims the class cabinet is “a fine representation of the class." DICK ORB and JACKIE HEACE Lead Class of '56
.Will Discuss Bowron Feud [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
.Will Discuss Bowron Feud Students anxious to learn about the inside workings of the local city elections May 26 are urged to attend an informal meeting Tuesday at 7;30 p.m, in J2l, when campaign issues and techniques will be discussed. Tom Reese, former Oxy student and worker for the Bowron headquarters, will be present to give some personal insights. Reese will play a record of the Mayor’s recent speech made against the LA Times. A discussion of the recent Mayor-LA Ttimes controversy will also be held, Reese said.
Tigers Offered Summer Trip to Hawaii, Tahaiti, South Pacific [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
Tigers Offered Summer Trip to Hawaii, Tahaiti, South Pacific The lure of the South Pacific may beckon many Bengals to a long, leisurely summer vacation on an excursion being organized by Doug Walton, junior, for interested Oxy men. ~ Working with Bob Kaas of El Segundo, Walton has lined up a 185-foot three-masted schooner, The Atlantic, for the entire summer period. As many as 50 men may be accommodated on the trip. The estimated price for the vacation will be between $3OO and $6OO. Walton said. “Our plans are very flexible and designed to fit the will of the majority of fellows going,” Walton stated. “How long we are out and where we go will be determined by them.” Walton will be in the Bookstore Quad this noon to answer queries and give informa- tion on the trip. Alternatives offered as of now include; 1. A trip during the first part of the summer from New York. Six weeks, $3OO. Bring The Atlantic through the West Indies and the Panama Canal up to Los Angeles. 2. A trip during the...
Swan to Speak at Final Morn Chapel [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
Swan to Speak at Final Morn Chapel Mr. Howard Swan, of the Occidental music department, will be the speaker at the last ’ Morning Chapel of the current yesr next Tuesday morning at 7 a.m. The weekly religious observance, initated this year by the freshman class, has been termed by spokesman Roger Carter as “a very successful project.”
Page M8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 15 May 1953
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
TH[ OCCIDENTAL VOL. LX VIII, NO. 25 OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES 41, CALIF. FRI., MAY 22, 1953 EDITORIALS OCCIDENTAL FPU, MAY 22, 1953 OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES 41, CALIF. VOL. LXVIII, NO. 25
Seniors Prepare To Make Exit [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Seniors Prepare To Make Exit The June 14 Commencement Day activities will climax the semester's events tor Occidental's 225 seniors who will receive their sheepskins later that evening in ceremonies conducted In the Greek Bowl. Speaker lor the exercises, which will begin at 7:30 p.m., will be Mr. Paul G. Hoffman, noted southland industrialist and public benefactor, who will address the audience on the subject “Freedom Is for the Brave.” The day will start at 11 a.m. with Baccalaureate in Thorne Hall. Dr. F, Martin Baker will addres the seniors and their friends on “An Adequate Faith." All seats will be reserved. A dinner, an Honors Convocation and a supper will be highlights of the day. Seniors will hold their traditional breakfast at 9 a.m. on June 13. At this time awards will be given to women w'ho have helped put their husbands through college. On May 28 seniors will hold their annual Class Day. NewD.O. and Mortar Board members will be tapped, and a class gift will be presented t...
Bengal Budget Shows Profit [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Bengal Budget Shows Profit The ASOC budget will come out in the black this year, announces Jim Ensign, finance representative. The total budget this year was $28,200. The student body fee of $lO per student gave $24,200 to the budget and the Bookstore showed a net income of $4OOO. accounting (or the total income. A surplus of money amounting to about S4OO will be left for next year besides $BOO of unspent funds. A new public address system is badly needed and $5OO was set aside for this and then not spent. Also, new typewriters and other permanent equipment; for student use are needed and $3OO was allot#d in this year’s budget which was not spent. This leaves over $lOOO for next year’s use. Major expenses for the year were the La. Encina and the Occidental which used $BOOO and $6OOO respectively. Next highest on the list was social activities which received $3OOO this year. The expenses totaled $21,946.75 and the allocations to student groups amounted to $4999.61. Now that the Books...
Psi Chi Announces New Officer Slate [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Psi Chi Announces New Officer Slate Psi Chi, national honorary phychology fraternity, recently announced its slate of officers for next year. Jo Teasley will assume the duties of president; Marlene Sweeney is vice-president; Joan Currey will carry out the secretarial chores; and Jack Roberts will keep his eye on the club's treasury. Don Ziegler has been appointed to the spot of assembly ohairman for next year, according: to Bruce Gilliland, student body president-elect. Ziegler will fill the spot vacated by Tad Pettit, senior.
NEXT YEAR'S THORNE ARTISTS ANNOUNCED NOW BY ETTINGER [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
NEXT YEAR'S THORNE ARTISTS ANNOUNCED NOW BY ETTINGER Six star-studded performances will comprise the 1953-54 Artist Series program, announces Leon Etlinger, Thorne Hall director. Jan Peerce, famed American tenor, will appear at Occidental in a November 11 concert. A November 23 audience will hear the Salzburg Marionette Theatre group from Austria’s Salzburg Music Festival in its first Pacific Coast visit. A young artist will make his local debut on the Thorne Hall stag*e during January. Spanish soprano Victoria de Los Angeles will be heard in a recital on March 11. Michael Rabin, brilliant seventeen - year • oid violinist, is scehduled to give a concert on February 19. Final performance in the series is by Whittemore and Lowe, a famous two-piano team. Student ticket prices will again be included in the stud- ent body fee, according to Mr Ettinger.
Closing Dates Told by Hoit [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Closing Dates Told by Hoit Miss Janet Hoit, residence manager, announced the closing dates for the residence halls of the college this w'eek. The dormitories will close on Monday, June 15, at noon. The Union will aslo serve its last meal of the semester at noon on that date. The library will maintain regular hours throughout finals, During the summer session the library hours wilL be from 7:45 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday. The infirmary will dose June 15 and re-open June 22. The hours will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Dr. Richard Anderson will be available on Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the noon hour. Miss Hoit also urged all students wishing residence for the summer session to make application before June 1.
Palmer, Reitzeil Named to Court; Three Cases Pend [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Palmer, Reitzeil Named to Court; Three Cases Pend Sophomore Sally Palmer and Junior Dottle Reitzell were this week named to the Occidental Honor Court to replace retiring members Joan Davis and Nancy Penney. Headed by Chip Hoffman, the Court, consisting of Hoffman, Reitzell. Palmer, Dale Bruner and Bob Ray, will continue to serve next fall. Curently the Court is considering action to be taken regarding three honor violations in Chemistry 30 classes. The viloations were brought before the Court this week. Speaking for the Court, Hoffman expressed the hope that “during finals and always, each member of the student body will take it upon himself to carry out the Honor Spirit.” He pointed out that one honor violation in a class often brings penalties, directly or indirectly, upon the entire class. Hoffman emphasizes that all Honor Court proceedings are held in utmost secrecy, and that even the accuser turning in the violation blank never meets the accused .