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Sociology Dept. Makes Study Of Eagle Rock Neighborhood [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Sociology Dept. Makes Study Of Eagle Rock Neighborhood Oxy’s Sociology Department has been conducting a survey of neighborhood and community life in Eagle Rock and Silver Lake under the direction of Dr. Scott Greer, Dr. Paul Sheldon and Dr. Ella Kube during the past semester. Sociology students participating in the field work include Tom Brown, Elizabeth Burgar, Joan Currey. John Harris. Tom Hormel, Paul Komuro. Cliff Mauzey, Alice Quick. Hazel Thompson, Doreen White. Mary Volk ; and Velma Mundy. A laboratory, a research facility jointly sponsored by the Haynes Foundation and Occidental College, is attempting in the survey to get a first hand true of the clubs, professional associations, churches and social life of 200 citizens of the two communities. Those participating in the survey are interviewing a scientifically determined sample of the communities calculated to reflect the communities as a whole. The research will yield valuable information concerning the neighborhoods and co...
Final Classes Meet Next Week [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Final Classes Meet Next Week Frantic last-minute turmoil will be on hand next Friday, May 29, as the second semester draws to a close. A social truce, from May 25 till the end of school, will enable weary Tigers to hit th« books. The armistice will b« observed by all Oxy organizations. Comprehensives for graduation candidates are scheduled for Monday, June 1, and Tuesday, June 2. Final course examination* will continue from Wednesday, June 3, through Friday, June 2. Informal grade reports will be issued through the mail about July 1 to all student* with clean financial slates. Official photosfatic records will be mailed to home addresses at the end of August to all those eligible for re-registra-tion in September, reports Florence N. Brady, registrar. As final exams draw near. the Honor Court would like to remind the student body that the Occidental Honor Spirit is in effect at all times. Honor violation blanks may be found in every classroom, and, In case a i violation, should be t...
Yearbook Out On June Ist [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Yearbook Out On June Ist Distribution of La Encina will begin June 1 in the Student Store, according to Joan Cornelius, editor of the year book. Students must have their student body cards with them at this time, Joan stated. The cost of the book to students who have just entered Occidental this semester will ha $3, Student body fees take cars of the cost of the book for all other students. The book has no specific theme this year. It is held together by the consistency of design of Greg Radosevich’s layout and Jim Corbett’s original artwork. Divisions of space ar» featured in both. The book is slightly larger than last year, having 16 additional pages. Le Encina is completely indexed this year for the first time in several years. Students may find themselves by turning to the index at the back of the book and looking through the alphabetical listings. Two colors appear in the book on various division pages. La Encina will begin selling the photographs used in the annual on June 2 i...
Coons Will Return To Oxy Next Week [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Coons Will Return To Oxy Next Week With the end of his Mediterranean tour in sight, President Arthur Coons plans to arrive at New York on May 27, according to reports to his office. He will fly to Los Angeles and arrive at Occidental in in time to accept the traditional Senior Class Gift at Class Day activities on May 28.
Staff Plans for Next Year [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Staff Plans for Next Year A new staff and an enlarged journalism program will join forces in publishing The Occidental for the next school year, 1953-54, according to Joyce Conger, newly apointed editor. Attempting to enlarge a-nd enhance Oxy’s journalistic offerings, Mr. John McCoy will instruct a journalism course to be given in conjunction with newspaper staff membership, reports Dean Glenn Dumke. Freshmen and others interested in writing for The Occidental next year are urged t® sign up for the course, under which they will receive two un- its credit for newspaper work plus a limited amount of class work. Special arrangements can be made for those unable to sign up for the course, but who are interested in contributing to the publication. June Dawson, Elsie Foreman and Jim Lare will serve as next , year’s news editors; Carl Ginet, feature editor; Jerrie Green, society editor; Doug Smoyer, advertising manager. The position of sports editor remains to bbye y . filled.
Hawaii Trip Planned Soon [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Hawaii Trip Planned Soon Plans are now being jelled for a six-week’s cruise to the Hawaiian Islands on the threemasted schooner, The Atlantic, according to Doug Walton, organizer of the excursion. “As it stands now, the majority of the fellows going want to sail during the last half of the summer for approximately a six-week trip,” Walton says. “This will give them time to work a little during the summer but still be able to spend some time in Hawaii.” Cost will be approximately $3OO per person. Openings are still available, and interested students are encouraged to contact Walton at the ATO house, CL. 6-9456. Walton was surprised by the number of girls who expressed Interest in the trip. “We’re still trying to figure a way for them to go,” he said. The Cosmopolite!! Club has chosen the following officers from next year: Bill Thomas, Gertrude Peetz, Co-chairmen; Sue Burkhalter, secretary; Sylvia Vanderzyl, treasurer; and. Donna Hawks, publicity chairman.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
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. Seniors Step Through Ring [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
. Seniors Step Through Ring f Senior women who are engaged or married will be honored Thursday at the traditional Pansy Ring Tea held in Orr Gardens. All Occidental women are invited to participate In the affair. The old and new AWS cabinets are in charge of the tea. Tiger Taps will make the ring that the seniors will pass through. Past AWS presidents and past May Queens will also be honored by stepping through the ring. Refreshments will be served following the ceremony.
Social Truce Starts Monday for Ail Occidentalites [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Social Truce Starts Monday for Ail Occidentalites Social truce begins next Monday at 8 p.m., one week before final examinations and comprehensives, and will continue until June 1. During this time all social activities should cease in order to assure an opportunity for uninterrupted study time. In order that students may benefit from this policy, social truce requires the cooperation of everyone.
OCM Elect Officers For Coming Year [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
OCM Elect Officers For Coming Year The Off Campus Men- are holding their election of officers for next year today. Those candidates appearing on the ballot include: Bill Thomas, president; Jim Cook and Ron Avila, vice president; Joe Wise, publicity; Jack Shepard and Gordon Kearl, athletic representative; Bert Woodruff, social chairman: and Sheldon Johnson, secretary-treasurer.
Gals Announce New Officers At OCW Tea [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Gals Announce New Officers At OCW Tea Last Sunday the Off-Campus Women of Occidental and their mothers attended a tea in Haines Hall. It marked the conclusion of OCW activities for this school year. Approximately 80 attended, according to Joyce Tharp, general chairman for the affair. During the afternoon, the OCW officers for next year were installed. They are as follows: Wilma Baker, president; Carol Reddy, vice-president; Moira Johnson, secretary; \rin Tiff, treasurer and Dorothy Backus, publicity chairman. After the installation of the officers, Moira Johnson sang a solo.
Glee Clubs Hold Annual Banquet [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Glee Clubs Hold Annual Banquet Celebrating the completion of the Home Concert, the Men’s and Women’s Glee Clubs travelled to the Tick Tock at Toluca Lake Tuesday for their annual banquet. All seniors who have been members of the organization for four years received keys for their service. The “Ole” gavel was presented to Jim Williams, bus driver on the tour, for committing the greatest “faux pas” of the year . Entertainment consisted of three skits presented by the senior men, senior women and a mixed group. The banquet was planned by Margie Kirkpatrick and Bob Howard, vice-presidents of the clubs.
IWIT'J fMDI [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
IWIT'J fMDI BY AOAtAS t ptNHI’STOfS Dear Seniors (otherwise known as Future Teachers of America or out of job intellects): Just think, this is the very last time that you will have to force yourselves to read this diatribe of irrelevant fact. (MY, if we keep on using such big words people will think that John Utzinger, Phi Beta Kappa, and Jim Gruber, Sigma Phi Nothing, have been dabbling in OUR Yes, you are reading this for the last time, because for one reason you are leaving the hallowed halls, we hope, and secondly because our worthy editor has, through some headless oversight, neglected to ask us to write for the paper again. However, if this oversight is intentional, we would like to make a few suggestions or recommendations for the position. There’s Mr. Croissant. He’s really hep socially and can tell about the idiosyncracies of Dreis s e r, Shelley and Kurtz. Then there’s George Stevens, but he’s graduating and besides he runs around with That Wild Movie Crowd. Gordorj See an...
Prospecting [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Prospecting By Joan Davis Can you believe that the dale is actually May 22? Maybe some of you think that time has really dragged; that you can hardly wait for summer to begin—vacations, or work or whatever it may be. Some others are drawing to the close of their college careers and trying to grab a few moments now and then to study for comprehensives. Many are just living from day to day, taking what each new hour brings with a smile or a frown. . . . (gosh, how poetic can ya get????) For those not worrying about caps and gowns, the Fraternity Houseparties are foremost in the thoughts of all (those going —the rest of us didn’t want to go anyway, or have too much studying to do.) Judging from the amount of shopping going on, the houseparties are going to feature a real fashion show. Instead of ‘who went with whom’ we’ll be talking about ‘who was wearing what.’ The theme of the following is 'swan song.' It's swan song lor The Occidental, 1952-53, and the same lor Prospecting. Speaking...
Frat Weekend Starts Today; Members Travel to Beaches [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
Frat Weekend Starts Today; Members Travel to Beaches Strictly Social By GRETCHEN GLOVER This afternoon many Oxyites will pack their bags and depart for some of Southern California’s best-known resorts. The occasion is the annual fraternity houseparties. The fraternity members and their dates will return home Sunday evening after a week-end of fun and relaxation. The Kappa Sigs will take over the facilities of the La Jolla Palms Hotel. They will spend their days at the beach, pool and the other fun spots of La Jolla; Saturday night will feature their banquet and dinner dance at the Park Manor Hotel in San Diego. The El Encanto Hotel in Palm Springs is the spot chosen by the ATO’s for their affair. The pitch and putt course, badminton, the pool and just general basking in the sun will take up most of the day. Friday night an informal party will be held on the pool deck. Their dinner-dance will be presented at the world renowned Chi-Chi Club in Palm Springs. The site of activities for ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 22 May 1953
JOB OPPORTUNITIES For particular young women in customer contact work The telephone company offers one of industry’s most desirable positions to poised young 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 tha Placement Office, Johnson 6. Pacific Telephone