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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 29 May 1953
SENIORS! YOU'LL BE NUTS if you don't look , over the literature I'm sending you in the campus mai(. , . RALPH S. CHILDS N. Y. Life Cl. 1 0833 CEII Secretarial Zraiam C\ Orccr for college women through specialized secretarial training. \ Out-of-town students are aided in finding homes. Continuous placement service affords all graduates opportunities in their field of interest. Write for descriptive folder. 430 N. CAMDEN DRIVE • BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 29 May 1953
Patronize Your Advertisers OCCASIONAL Published by the Amalgamated Students of Occipital College. Entered as second-class matter at the post office on Jan. 17, 1954, under Sec. 11, Part A of the McCarran Act, Hu Noble .... Chaplain 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 (he 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 the Placement Office, Johnson 6. Pacific Telephone i 'JlI
BIG HONOk(?) D. Hawkes Named Athlete of Annum [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 29 May 1953
BIG HONOk(?) D. Hawkes Named Athlete of Annum By SIGMUND TREBLE FLUSH!! A bulletin fresh from the steaming press room of the Occasional bears the startling news that the “Outstanding Senior Athlete” has been chosen for the year 1952-53. It is our great privilege to announce that Douglas Gordon Havvkes has been chosen to receive this outstanding award. Hawkes has proven himself to be outstandingly outstanding in all sorts of outstanding athletic activities, among them being an outstanding position as an outstanding contender for the IM ping-pong championship. Hawkes is outstanding. Heart-rending Few of those few onlookers in a recent IM basketball contest will forget the Hawkeye’s heart- rending performance. With less than 40 minutes left to play, Hawkes collapsed from sheer exhaustion after having set up at least four enemy buckets and after having fouled four opponents with his manly frame. This great honor is highly merited. Witness Bengal Hawkes’ thrilling photo-finish for last p...
SHOWER ROOM SPRAY [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 29 May 1953
SHOWER ROOM SPRAY Quotable Quotes from the Training Quarters Jim Regan is one Irishman who gets along with fine poles. Don Munroe still being plagued by quizzing Behais . . . “gotta sister named Marilyn?" “Clawed" Fiddler—“this ‘bay’ had to go to Oxy.” Friends of Jim Burt, since his flexes pic in a recent sheet, have dropped the “R”. Fred not only crochets but is a eutie bootie knitter too! R.O.T.C. Sgt.: Name, private? Recruit: Forest. Sgt.: Forest what? Recruit: Oh, gist Forest. Red Trader upon latest dig at his garb: “After a gal knows what’s in the package she doesn't care how it’s wrapped.’’
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 29 May 1953
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN CIVIL SERVICE FOR GRADUATING SENIORS The following positions are open to college graduates. Applications will be accepted from students expecting to graduate in June. STUDENT ADMINISTRATIVE ANALYST A one-year on-the-job training program in the office of the Chief Administrative Officer of Los Angeles County. At the end of training, students are prepared for promotional examinations to Analyst and Administrative Assistant positions. Salary is $175 per month—open to men and women not over 35 years of age. SOCIAL CASE WORKER Positions open to men or women at least 21 years of age at a beginning salary of $259 a month. STUDENT PERSONNEL AID A 14-month training program for Students in psychology, public administration, or govern, ment majors who will be enrolled in a graduate school next semester. It is for one-half time work and the salary is $87.50 per month. Open to men or women not over 35 years of age. ADMISSIONS WORKER Positions at Los Angeles County Gen...
Ho Chex on Sex All-Out Drive Hits Ciipus In tet Week [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 29 May 1953
Ho Chex on Sex All-Out Drive Hits Ciipus In tet Week Bengals are this week urged to “dig deep’ and to “give from the heart” as the call is issued for the annual Sex Drive, June 1-7. Drive Chairman Zsa Zsa, Gabor announces that among the many fund-raising events to be featured during the week are a cheesecake sale, faculty hugging in the Union and a sex raffle in the Quad. A carnal carnival will climax the week Friday noon. Worthy Cause “You couldn’t find a more worthy cause," stresses Chairman Gabor. “Sex is desperately in need of contributions though it is an established part of our culture, a Drive is a necessary factor in its perpetuation." She also pointed out that the Sex Drive is designed to eliminate a flock of drives being forced on the student body throughout the year. Participants in the Sex Drive will not be bothered with any other drives. Sex Strikes All The hope that Off Campus contributions will not lag as they sometimes have in the past was expressed by the Sex Drive ...
Wei Dif This! [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 29 May 1953
Wei Dif This! Once again little Occidental is in the nations' limelight. Concerning Oxy*s approaching Sex Drive, Earl Wilson commented yesterday in his Post-Hall syndicate column s "I'm glad to see the students are not making a subversive movement out oi this, but are bringing things out in the open."
Fraternal FissSoim KZ's NET MANY THRILLS. FEW FISH [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 29 May 1953
Fraternal FissSoim KZ's NET MANY THRILLS. FEW FISH The Kappa Sigma fishing trip of a week ago Sunday provided much excitement, if nothing else, to the group of participating “fishermen” and their dads, who were quite happy to return to shore safe and in one piece. Eleven miles out in the Santa Cataline Channel, the water pump of tha boat ironically named the “Lucky Day”—broke a connection and instead of pumping water through the engine began to pour sea water into the hold. As the boat began to list, a gaping hole which had previously accommodated a pipe fit- ting, reached the water line and the ocean began to come in with a vengeance. Pandemonium Reigns By the time there was four feet of water in the six foot hold, pandemonium reigned supreme on the “Lucky Day.” Cried Bruce Cathcart: “My gawd, 28 men and no women.” Shouted Pledge Jim Bertch: “Forget the men and save the beer!” (That boy will make a good Kappa Sig some day.) One of the elder guests went around heroically mumbling: “...
Rapson to Take Job Applicants for Job [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 29 May 1953
Rapson to Take Job Applicants for Job Carol Rapson, job placement officer, this week announces a job placement for all job placement seekers to end all job placements: her job as job placement officer. Miss Rapson, who has been placing job applicants all year in part-time jobs and full-time-jobs, has neglected to locate a better job placement for herself. Rumor has it she is therefore planning to enter the wellpaid ranks of the unemployed. “All applicants for the job of job placement officer must come into Johnson 6 and fill out a job placement application for the position of job placement officer before they can be considered for the job,’’ Miss Rapson stated. Qualifications for the job of job placement officer include either knowledge about jobs or knowledge about places. “If you have a combination of knowledge about jobs AND places, you’re bound to go far,” Miss Rapson commented. “All seniors are urged especially,” she concluded.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 29 May 1953
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