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Basketball Anderson in Cassbd Confab [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

Basketball Anderson in Cassbd Confab Now hear this! There will be a meeting for all prospective Bengal basketeers next Thursday, Oct. 15th at 4 p.m. in the Physical Education classroom in Alumni Gymnasium, announced Coach Bill Anderson this week. All Oxy men who are interested in performing for the Orange and Black hoopsters are invited to attend. The following day Friday, October 16th at 3 p.m. there will be a meeting in the same cubicle of learning for those of the Frosh class who intend on unveiling their wares in the coming season. Coach Anderson is hopeful of a strong turnout to assist the locals in their attempt to duplicate last years fine record.

Publication Title: Occidental
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Tigers Toppled By Gaucho Gang Locals Stopped on One as Windy City Gridders Grab Close Win [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

Tigers Toppled By Gaucho Gang Locals Stopped on One as Windy City Gridders Grab Close Win By johnny fisher Despite two scoring chances in the waning minutes of play, an outfought Bengal eleven lost the duke to Santa Barbara’s Gauchos on Patterson Field last Friday. Unders the arcs and for the second consecutive year they were nodded by two digits; a 14-to-12 lacing took the place of 1951’s 27-to-25 verdict. The Tigers performed well in ~* the first half, leaving the field with a 12-to-? bulge as a result of left halfback Jim Reagan’s crowd-pleasing 91-yard romp off tackle with but a minute and a half remaining in the period. It looked as if conditioning told the tale in the second half, however, for the Gaucho Grids seemed to no more than maintain the pace they had set in the first and second quarters. Oxy, on the other hand, suffered a distinct letdown as backfield protection was at a minimum on pass plays and Tiger forwards seemed unable to solve the riddle of the Northerners’ ste...

Publication Title: Occidental
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Steeds Singe Oxy Yearlings [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

Steeds Singe Oxy Yearlings By JIM TERRILL A 32-7 defeat at Lancaster last Saturday night should indicate that quite a shellacking was absorbed by the Oxy freshmen. Nothing is more misleading. The Bengals, giving the advantage of size, speed, and manpower to the much ballyhooed Antelopes, put up a spirited fight that would do even the fiercest Tiger proud. Completely dominating the contest throughout three periods, leading 7-6 going into the final eight minutes of the game, the gallant but exhausted and outmanned Tigers succumbed only to the sheer weight and numbers of their adversaries. The game is regrettable only in that the score could not have been more of a tribute to the most spirited gang of Tigers ever to wear the Orang and Black. A defensive game was broken wide open late in the first quarter when Bob Lewis latched onto an Antelope fumble and raced 65 yards for the score. The pass for the extra point was good and Oxy led 7-0. Prim and Howarth Recover Bengal Coach Payton Jor...

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Probable Starting Lineup [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

Probable Starting Lineup No. Name Wt. Pos. Wt. Name No. 44 Joe DeCarolis 185 LER 195 Merill Jacobs 86 52 Gordon Wells 205 LTR 200 Bob Foote 73 50 Al Padilla 185 LGR 200 Don Morettini 68 40 Rudy Gallardo 195 C 195 Dick Amandoli 51 34 John Sonnichson 170 RGL 195 George Zerkovich 63 59 Jim Parrish 200 RTL 215 Gene Andersen 74 52 Dick Wells 185 REL 205 Al Endriss 37 23 Phil Loiano 170 Q 185 Maury Duncan 12 41 Matt Kurilich 185 (.HR 185 John O’Shea 30 25 Dick McCullough 175 RHL 160 Dick Storm 14 33 Keith Noonan 195 F 180 Bob Luathati 20

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HAWK’S EYE VIEW [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

HAWK’S EYE VIEW By Doug Hawkes The big question Is—Just how many gallons of tears can be shed over one pigskin party by 1334 devout Bengal followers in the short period of 7 days? One thing is certain, it sure has been damp in this little edifice. Those two points were powerful close, and even mo’ powful’ saddenin’, partna’. Ya’ ain’t goln’ ta’ go very far with that leather on a wet field, gang, so let’s all settle down and push that big team on to victory in the six games remaining. What’s done is done, and I mean finished. Tiger Close A very deserved Tiger of the ■Week was chosen in the person of speedy Jim Regan. That one play ail the way routine sure does settje nicely with this scrawny scribe, especially When it’s 91 dollars worth of one way. It should be mentioned in due respect to a number of other Oxy gridiron aspirants, that the balloting was hotter than my rusty rampager of a car. Close on the heels of Tiger Jim with his shining defensive play was booming George McGowan, w...

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ATO Quintet Tallies Two in IM Contests [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

ATO Quintet Tallies Two in IM Contests By DICK SOUDE The Alpha Tau Omega basketball team is fast becoming the most respected team in the intramural basketball league. On Thursday they thoroughly walloped Kappa Sigma by a score of 66-30. Jim Wakeman, leading scorer for the Tau’s, and Leroy Small led the team scoring with 16 and 15 points respectively', while Jerry Carpenter of the KZ’s hooped in IS points to lead both teams. BOX SCORE ATO FG FT PF TP Wakeman, f 6 4 4 16 Small, 1 5 5 4 15 Pettit, c 3 0 0 6 Fisher, o 4 2 0 10 Weiborn, g 1 0 0 2 KZ FG FT PF TP Carpenter, f 9 0 2 18 Sinclair, f 113 3 Brown, c ..2 2 2 6 Small, fl 113 3 Skilling, g ... . 0 0 4 0 Scoring Subs: ATO—-Conant (8), Noble (4). Dare (2), Price (2), Stewart (1). OCM Drops SAE On Friday the off campusmen subdued SAE by a close score of 44-36. Ed Marshall was high scorer for OCM with 17 points while Ken Lawson led the SAE scorers with 15 tallies. BOX SCORE OCM FG FT PF TP Mowry, 1 4 10 9 Marshall, 1 8 1 4 17 Clause, ...

Publication Title: Occidental
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Frosh Eleven Ready for Foe [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

Frosh Eleven Ready for Foe SPIRITED TIGERBABES MIX TODAY WITHQUAKER CREW By JIM TERRILL Fresh from an impressive but unsuccessful season debut. Occidental encounters its first Conference competition of the season this afternon at 2:30 when they host a potent Whittier squad. Should the Tigers be clutching a victory when the dust clears late today, there may be hope for annexing another SCIAC crown, as the Poets look to be the cream of the league. Whittier boasts a fine offense featuring triple-threat Carl Palmer and an equally strong defensive unit bolstered by halfback Ed Lawrence and 185 lb. guard John McMutry. Supplementing these standouts is a husky body of reserves. Poets Win 32-0 The Poets won their first contest of the season, besting Oceanside J. C., 32 to 0. Occidental bids for victory on the strength of their undying spirit. A wide open offense utilizes the speed of backs Jim Howarth, Marv Laustaunu, Larry Foster and Rod Newcomb, plus the power of Don Lyon, Dave Crist, and ...

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Poloists Pot Tartars, 12-2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

Poloists Pot Tartars, 12-2 Oxy’s pool-poloists won the first game of their series in the Fullerton Tournament Tuesday night against Compton JC by a lopsided score of 12-2. The first half was started by Fred Krosche, Fred Dowdall, Jim Ensign, Bob Burnside, Jack McNally, Don McCoy, and Harry Lawrence. These lads ran up an 8-2 lead before they were whistled out of the agua-pura for the half. The second half saw frequent substitution by Charlie Miller, Charlie Bonham, Ernie Espenschild, A. Werker, and Paul McGlivery, who further ran up the score until it was Oxy 12, Compton 2. Incidentally, one of Compton’s tallys was scored by our own Frank Dowdall who upon finding himself in trouble flipped the ball behind him to an unsuspecting goalie, who missed the spheroid for a Compton score. High point man for the game was player-coach Bob Burnside with five points, closely followed by Jack McNally with four, and Don McCoy with three. According to Burnside, goalie Lawrence, twenty-one year old J...

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Tiger of the Week [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

Tiger of the Week Local rooters attending the big game last week sat up and noticed a 20 year old, junior halfback, named Jim Regan who came through with one of the most brilliant games of his already star studded gridiron career. In appreciation for his performance the Oxy fans voted him the second Tiger of the Week for the 1952 football campaign. The Bengal swift who hails from the fair village of Monrovia, California, kept the local rabids on the edge of their seats throughout the evening with his electrifying breakaway running. Besides leaving a wake of confused Gauchos in his 91 yard path to the Orange and Black’s second score, the swivelhipped speedster slashed for gallops of 20, 14, and 10 yards. All in all, he ran up the remarkable total of 137 yards almost half the total distance his teammates could advance the sphere in company. Running across that last line is not a new experience for Mr. Regan, for the Tiger ran into that hallowed striped patch 18 times in his senior yea...

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JORDAN'S LEGMEN RATED WITH BEST BLACK & ORANGE TEAMS [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

JORDAN'S LEGMEN RATED WITH BEST BLACK & ORANGE TEAMS Payton Jordan feels that this year’s cross-country team will be one of the best he has yet coached, being divided into freshman and varsity squads. Freshmen runners include Austin Emmerlihg, George Holland, Vince Gilliland, Eddy Shinn, Gerald McKeon, and Paul Walker. Returning from last year’s team are Paul Southgate, holder of the SCIC and Occidental freshman mile record; Jim Terrill, one of Oxy's outstanding half-milers; Claude Fiddler, the runner-up two-miler behind Bob McMillen last year; and Floyd Strain, one of the na- tion's best 400-meter hurdlers. Others are Wally Condon, Dave Herman, Chuck Norman, Don Munroe, Bob Rockwell and Preston Hill. SCIC Cross-Country Schedule Oct. 31—Oxy at Caltech, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 14—-Oxy at Redlands, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 21 —Oxy at Whittier, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 26—Pomona at Oxy, 3:30 p.m. Dec. 6—All Conference at Pomona (Mt. San Antonio College) 10 a.m.

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* It s Your Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

* It s Your Tomorrow "Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it." —Thomas Paine So you’re a first-time voter. For many years now you’ve watched those around you go to the nation’s polls and cast their vote —a free man’s vote. And one way or another, you’ve heard of presidential candidates, state and city elections, good government, lower taxes, free enterprise, and crusades to end corruption. You’ve slept easily at night without fear and safe from persecution. You’ve laughed and played and studied. You’ve enjoyed the multitude of privileges and pleasure about you. Now you are of age, a citizen, and look back upon many free and full years. Years unencumbered by forcible seizure and ruthless abuse so often inflicted by tyrannical executive power. Just the other day you saw a sign that urged, “Its’ up to You in ’52. Your vote speaks for you!” You recalled other reminders: a billboard which echoed, “If you don’t vote, you thro...

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BOX ONE [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

BOX ONE By Red Gresham In his opening address this year, President Coons urged that the students and faculty ,of this college take an active part in the coming national election. He suggested that the students should not only acquaint themselves with the various issues involved, but that they should go out and do something about it. This spark was all that was needed to kindle the flame on the third floor of Johnson Hall to immediate action. Under initiative from the political science department, the Young Democrat and Young Republican Clubs have undertaken the direction of a nonpartisan “Get Out the Vote” drive here on campus. This drive has two principle aimst to get out the vote of the eligible voters here on campus, and to work with the local national party workers in getting out the vote of the neighboring communities. As it is readily evident from the scope of this project, it is going to take a great deal of work by a great many people to make it a success. That is why, on be...

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Oxy Displays 200 Trophies [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

Oxy Displays 200 Trophies By DIANE KELSEY Furnishing a main attraction around Freeman Union’s busy offices are the colorful displays of trophies and pictures portraying Oxy’s achievements in the field of athletics. Official guardian of Oxy’s prized collection of about 200 trophies is Graduate Manager Lodi Galassi, who arranges displays with the artistic advice of Publicity Director Chuck Welborne. The exhibits are changed on an average of twice during each athletic season. The most coveted award of the current football season is the SCIC championship trophy now on display in the first section of the showcase. This award is now held by the Tigers for the fifth time since its origination by the Helms Foundation in 1922. Also now showing are “The Shoes,” perpetual award to the victor in the annual Oxy-Whit-tier football clash, and the Bill Anderson award for the year’s most inspirational player. This year the award honoring the great Oxy coach whose name it perpetuates was presented to...

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Hollywood Ending... [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

Hollywood Ending ... ■nmpmmp —Shakespeare The Occidental takes pleasure !n presenting a new feature this week with the first in a series of selected fiction produced by Prof. Albert Croissant’s short story writing course. JAS. S. DOREN THE RED-FACED woman 1 the doorway folded her lump arms defiantly. “What you doin’, Mr. Parker Prayin’?” Henry’s wet eyes lifted. H rose without brushing his trou sers. “Not praying, Mrs. Morris, he said heavily, “begging. Hopelessly, the lean, poorly dressed man sighed, "I haven” a cent.” “Well,” the shapeless woman sniffed, "if you could give m some security, I might hold of a spell.” He had anticipated the re quest. Dumbly Henry dug a trembling hand into the pocke of his wrinkled coat. With dreary smile he read the en graved inscription on the silve case before handing the watch to the landlady—“To Henry with love from Baby Sue and Ellen.” The woman took the time piece, listened to it suspiciously then put it in her dress pocket “You heard from the ...

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THIS TIME [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

THIS TIME There is so much good in the worst of us, and so much bad in the best of us, that it hardly becomes any of us to talk about the rest of us. So says Anon. And it’s such a tight little philosophy that many about the campus run to it often for shelter. So I thought, and I thought very hard. I would not write about people. But after many cigarettes and my medicinal morning coffee —what else is there worth discussing? I am approached as The Great Writer. “And where do you find all these things to say?" people ask. “Do you make them up out of your own head?" I can never think of an answer at the time, but the truth of it is this: There is so much to be said until people believe it, and a writer only restates what he has heard hoping people will listen. A hen is only an egg’s way of making another egg. And now, what about you? Are you still lingering in doubt? Are you. perflexed and concerned about my seeming lack of intcrtst in you? Well then, come listen. I know you are the one...

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Discs During Noon Are Not Coincidental [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

Discs During Noon Are Not Coincidental By ELSIE FOREMAN That jazzy music that jars ■the minds of young Oxyites during noon hour isn’t just a happy accident. So I learned during a short confab with Bill Hazen, Bengal Board chairman and general director of the noon time disc jockey enterprise. The music which so many of us take for granted is the culmination of the efforts of many people. Before any records can be heard the public address system must be set up. Ed Harper, former ASOC president and now a graduate student, is Oxy’s PA specialist. Tiger Claws also help. Records currently played belong to the ASOC but students are encouraged to bring their own. Recently ASOC appropriated $25 to purchase new ones. Tigers sometimes hear Oxy's own Colwell brothers since the school owns many of their records. Actually spinning the discs are Bob Stiffler and Mike Shumann. The purpose of this melody time is to boost the morale of the student body, so it is heard most consistently during the foo...

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Party Slogans Often Foster Hasty Opinions [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

Party Slogans Often Foster Hasty Opinions By KEN JENKINS Americanism to a great many people means, among other things, the right to an avid absorption of slick magazines and the envious ogling of appliance ads. Sometimes the scanning eye is caught and held by bold, unrelenting type with the warning: Don’t Let This Happen to You! Don’t let B. O. ruin your chances for success. Don’t let your house burn down without adequate insurance. Don’t let falling hair make you a social outcast. You know these timehallowed blurbs. They’re taken seriously. But the storm warnings of the politicos go unheeded unless they can be presented in neat little packages labeled “Mess in Washington” or “Bungling Foreign Policy” or “Creeping Solicalism.” These are things about which the man on the street (or in the bar or on the college campus) may form hasty opinions and give ready answers pro and con without the mental exploration of all the nuances. For the concerned, however, the November election has grav...

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'paux P<u [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

'paux P&amp;lt;u by Utzinger and Ming Last week in our introduction to “First Lady” the opening phrase, “after two years of painful experience,” caused a great deal of uneasiness among a certain group of our readers. The phrase of course lacks all the clarity expected in any above average writing. Therefore it is only appropriate for us to offer our sincere apologies for any misunderstanding there might have been. We would like to explain that by “painful experience" we meant in regard to audience attendance and student body support. Produc-tion-wise there was nothing at all painful. • ♦ * Question; Why did most Seniors and many Juniors and Sophomores go to sleep 4th Period away last Thursday?? Answer Several reasons; 1. Since the students were forced into going to the assembly they were determined to find any speaker boring, no matter what he said or how he said it, 2. Dr. Fisher's speech would have to be the epitome of sparkling brilliance and penetrating philosophical insight...

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BIT OF EUROPE WITH US AT OXY [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952

BIT OF EUROPE WITH US AT OXY By JUNE DAWSON Hordes of Oxyites spent the summer absorbing Europe’s old world culture, and their travels seem to have given Eagle Rock a touch of cosmopolitanism. Sophomore Lee Hansen al- ' 1 most didn’t make the return trip. “I w as practically deported to Russia,” she says. In Helsinki, the Hansens boarded a bus full of husky athletes, presumably bound for the Olympic village, and made their way to the back seat. Loud laughter caught their ears, and they asked someone to explain the joke. “C.C.C.P.” he grinned. This being Russian for U.S.S.A., they made a hasty exit amid more laughter and much handwaving. She saw the pope in Italy. Paris was another feature of the trip, and Lee was so impressed with the Louvre that she went back again the next day. A flying visit to London ended the vacaion. Here, we might add, Lee was not excited about the food. Scrambled brains and kippers were served for breakfast. English food didn’t agree with Mary Volk either. M...

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