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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952
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■EL TIGRE* SEEKS PREY IN EDITOR AND STAFF [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952
■EL TIGRE* SEEKS PREY IN EDITOR AND STAFF Habla Ud. espanol? Or, more pertinent, escribe Ud. espanol? This is the querie of “El Tigre,” Oxy’s Span ish-language newspaper, which, on the threshold of its third year of publication is “sin” editor, “sin" staff. Hoping to continue its services to students of Spanish, it now seeks an adequate staff, and those interested are urged to contact Ron Hayes in person or via Box 126. As large in size as “The Occidental,” the newspaper is unique in that it is the only one in the nation written entirely in Spanish and college-’ sponsored. The ads, too, are in the Castilian tongue. Hayes, the first editor of the Tiger green sheet, claims that “El Tigre” is net only on the verge of becoming an Occidental tradition, but also of gaining nation-wide recognition and prominence.
Sophs Victorious Against Numbers [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952
Sophs Victorious Against Numbers Confronted by a mammoth crowd of frosh, the sophomores managed to edge past them in three events to claim victory in last Saturday’s annual SophFrosh Day. Lesser in numbers than their green rivals, the second-year Oxyites compensated with skill, winning the mens’ volleyball game, the mixed 3-legged sack race, and the girls' softball game in a shutout, 0-0. Mass strength triumphed in the tug-o-war and pushball events, as the freshmen overwhelmed their oppressors Following the field events, a truce was declared and both classes feasted on box lunches at Taylor Pool. Swimming was a feature of the afternoon. Soph Social Chairmen Dodo Kirkpatrich and John Trueblood declared the day a success, and commended the large turnout of frosh.
Picnickers Meet Melons Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952
Picnickers Meet Melons Tomorrow “Watermelon Wallow” is the theme of the Christian Life all-college picnic planned for tomorrow at Griffith Park. Participants will meet at the Union’s famous fish pond at 1:30 for the trek to the picnic grounds, where activities will get under way with Ed Harper and company leading group games. Master of Ceremonies Pete Young promises a terrific Tiger amateur iiour to follow, and a sumptious feast including plenty of watermelons will help to scatter the seeds of friendship (and other kinds). Appropriate table decorations are being planned by Phyllis Cooper. Overall chairman of the event is Tulley Brown, who invites everyone to “come on out for a really great time!” Festivities will be concluded at 6:30 p.m., nad transportation will be provided wherever needed. All who would like to go are requested to RSVP to Tulley Brown, Box 33. WADING INTO their share of the melon for tomorrow’s Christian Life Watermelon Wallow are, left to right, Pete Seniors and ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 10 October 1952
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Family Fete Set for Sat. [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 October 1952
Family Fete Set for Sat. Next Saturday’s second annual Family Night, initiated last year especially for students and their families, this year will feature a variety show and rally, a football game, and a post-game reception, according to Lodi Galassi, graduate manager. Officially opening the evening will be a variety show and rally in Thorne Hall. Organizing the show, which will be highlighted by student talent, a combo, and a pep rally, is Carl Ginet. One thousand seats' will be reserved for students and their families for the Oxy-Fresno game beginning at 8:00 p.m. on Patterson Field. Performing at half-time will be the AF-ROTC band In a drill display. “Families of the evening” will also be introduced and honored at the mid-game break. Refreshments will be served at a reception at Taylor Pool to climax the evening. Planning the reception is Romey Ufholtz, ASOC vice-president.
News Ed Rates [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 October 1952
News Ed Rates Joyce Conger, news editor of The Occidental, was notified this week that her entry in the short story contest of Seventeen magazine was awarded an Honorable Mention. Miss Conger, a sophomore, submitted a work titled “The Venice People.” Although out of the money, the diminutive news ed’s story was rated in the top 25 of those submitted from all over the nation. She was told that the story Is still eligible for publication at a future date.
Politicos Urge Tiger Voters Out [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 October 1952
Politicos Urge Tiger Voters Out Perhaps reacting to the address of President Coons some weeks ago, the Young Republicans and the Young Democrats on campus have put their respective programs into full swing, concentrating their efforts on a “Get Out the Vote” campaign. The two objectives of the drive are to get out the vote of the eligible voters here on campus, and to work with local national party workers in getting out the vote of the neighboring communities. To give their “Get out the Vote” program a rousing sendoff, the cooperative group passed out questionnaires in last week’s assembly. These questionnaires, as explained by spokesman Steve Salsbury, were to determine the party preferences of Oxyites and to discover who would be willing to work where on election day. After the assembly, Students gathered in front of booths, erected for the occasion, which represented the two major party candidates and the photograph shown above was taken. Tallied The tallies of these questionnai...
Ducats Gone [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 October 1952
Ducats Gone Students who hoped to pick up their Artist Series tickets today for “John Brown’s Body” are out of luck, a Thorne spokesman said today. Tickets for student distribution were sold out early yesterday afternoon to a throng of first-day seekers, he said.
Retreat Set For Colby Next Month [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 October 1952
Retreat Set For Colby Next Month Coming soon, November 7 to 9, students and their profs will each have a chance to learn that the other is human—in their own way. For that weekend marks the annual StudentFaculty Retreat to Camp Colby. Based on panels and discussions, the weekend’s activities will allow a chance for better understanding of the Christian Faith and a fellowship between the administration and students. Bull sessions are scheduled with student leaders and faculty panels, so popular in the past. Also on the program is Mr. Roy Fairchild, of the psychology department, speaking on the application of Christianity to college life. A moonlight hike is planned to facilitate acquaintance among the students. Deviating from the usual tradition, this year’s conference will indued a few Sagehens. Pomona has registered approval of Oxy’s Retreat, and wants to participate. Rev. Robert Rankin, Pomon’s chaplain, will be guest speaker Sunday morning. The Pomona contingent is slated tu plan...
Redfield Chosen As Annual Series Speaker [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 October 1952
Redfield Chosen As Annual Series Speaker Dr. Robert Redfield, distinguished anthropologist from the University of Chicago, has been chosen speaker for this year’s Remsen Bird Lecture Series. The lectureship was originally established in honor of the former Occidental president, Remsen Bird. “The College and Society” will be Dr. Redfield’s general topic. He will make his first appearance October 22, speaking on the related subject, “The Commands of Reason.” His second lecture will be next Thursday at the assembly, featuring the topic, “The Pressure to Conform.” Thursday afternoon at 4 p.m. in the Alumni Chapel there will be an informal question-and-answer session for interested students and faculty. Next Friday in Thorne Hall, Dr. Redfield will expound “The Ear of America,” centering on aspects of intercultural understanding. The public is invited. Redfield has had an exceptional record of community and public service, and has written several research volumes on Yucatan and Guatemala...
Fans Laid For Mixer [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 October 1952
Fans Laid For Mixer Special doings are in store for Oxyites who attend next Wednesday evening’s mixer, according to Lou Moreno, representative in charge of publicity from Tiger Claws, men’s service organization. The first half of the evening will be devoted to square dancing, and the second half to social dancing, Moreno said. Frank Hanna, popular Oxy entertainer, will handle the calling chores. Next Wednesday’s affair will be held in the Women’s Gym instead of the Freeman Union Patio, he pointed out. The mid-week mixers, sponsored by the Tiger Claws, begin at 6:30 p.m.
Initial Stage Play Termed Successful [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 October 1952
Initial Stage Play Termed Successful Performing before a record-breaking crowd, 32 members of the Occidental Players presented George Kaufman’s political satire, “The First Lady,” last Friday and Saturday evenings in Thorne Hall. “The large attendance was a result of selling tickets on a seasonal basis and of the growing college tradition of attending the plays,” state d play director Omar Paxon. Four hundred season tickets were sold this year including blocks to the SAE, Phi Gamma ing the plays,” stated play dilies. A large number of single tickets were also purchased. Starring in the production were Marilyn Burn, as wife of the Secretary of State (Darryl Guy) and Dee Moore, married to a Supreme Court Justice, Russ Groan The attempts of each of these two mesdames to put her husband in the White House and thus become “First Lady” provided a sophisticated, pungent comedy with plenty of laughs. Comedy for the play was effected by Bobbie Cook as Mrs. Louella Mae Creevy, Jean Mattiessen...
Musical Comedy Awaits Approval [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 October 1952
Musical Comedy Awaits Approval A musical comedy has been submitted to the ASOC council this week with original script and music by Joel Davis and Nancy Ragan. Davis was writer-producer of . And Daniel Webster,” ASOC comedy presented last Spring. If this year’s comedy is approved by the council, it will be presented sometime in April. The story revolves around Schuyler, a snob who can inherit a million dollars provided he has the approval of some mountain hillbillies. Interest is aroused when Schuyler goes to live with the hillbillies and in turn brings them back to New York to “see the sights.” A committee composed of Mr. Howard Swan, Mr. Omar Paxson, Mrs. Pat White, Dr. C. F. Lindsley, Nancy Charlton, Steve Salsbury and Red Gresham met yesterday to hear the music from the show. The committee will submit a report to the ASOC council concerning the musical comedy.
Class Heads Chosen [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 October 1952
Class Heads Chosen The freshman class of 1952 held their elections for class officers on Thursday, October 2. Temporary officers, Edward Forcier and Gloria Clark, were re-elected to their offices of president and secretary respectively. Newly elected were James Ong, vice-president; Lynn Helm, girls’ social chairman; and Roger Smith, boys’ social thairman.