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Proposition 7: Candidates' Party Affiliation [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
Proposition 7: Candidates' Party Affiliation This proposition, if adopted, would require every candidate for a partisan office to indicate his party affiliation. Under the law at present, a candidate may file for nomination both on his own party ticket and on any other party tickets that he chooses. This proposal would continue the practice of cross-filling, but would require that the party affiliation of each candidate be shown on the ballot.
Proposition 8: Tax Exempt Church Buildings [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
Proposition 8: Tax Exempt Church Buildings This constitutional amendment would extend the same exemption from property tax to buildings being constructed for religious worship that now applies to such buildings already built. For several years buildings used for religious pruposes have been exempt from property taxes. Under the amendment, buildings that are under construction but that would be rented for religious pruposes would not receive the exemption.
Proposition 10: Public Funds Expenditure [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
Proposition 10: Public Funds Expenditure This Isa constitutions! amendment proposed by an initiative petition by Mr. George McLain, which would prohibit the legislature from granting state money or credit in aid to any person, corporation, or organization. It names specifically two groups—the County Supervisors’ Association and the State Chamber of Commerce. These organizations are supported by membership dues and contributions as well as by governmental appropriations and contracts.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
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brilll PIAUII! Plan Dances Next Week [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
brilll PIAUII! Plan Dances Next Week All sororities are busily preparing for their first big social affair of the semester, Little Pan Hell. This is a round robin dance when the sorority girls and their dates visit each sorority house, returning to the house of their affiliation for a party afterwards. The theme and decorations of each house are kept secret until the night of the dance. Traditionally, the Alpha sophomores are In charge of Little Pan Hell at their house. Sally Palmer is general chairman of the affair. Working with her as committee chairmen an Mima Goudge, music; Nancy Hayward, refreshments; Bobbe Pryor, outside decorations; and Lynn Johnson, Inside decorations. Norma Sturgeon is general chairman at the Beta House. Outside and inside decorations will be planned by Louise Mudge and Ann Harris respectively. In charge of the committee for favors is Jane MeConnelly. At the Gamma house, Barbara Brockhouse and Rachel Bryant are general chairmen. Serving as the committee cha...
Zeta Phi Eta Holds Benefit [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
Zeta Phi Eta Holds Benefit Zeta Phi Eta, national speech fraternity for women, held a benefit bridge party Friday in the Women’s Lounge from 2 until 5 p.m. The purpose was to raise money for the organization. Entertainment included slides and a talk on Greece by Bobbie Cook, last year’s exchange student to Pierce College in Athens. John Browning played several selections on the piano. The party was planned by Arline Costanten, treasurer of the club. Other officers include Nesta Williams, president; Marilyn Burn, vice president; and Paula Bryan, secretary.
'P’KMfiectcaf [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
'P’KMfiectcaf It seems like an ominous weekend ahead for those who find it necessary to discover a tactful and gentle way of informing hopeful parents that they are on the first low-grade list. However, those who made it through the trying ordeal may be feeling a lift. One professor chose a rather unique way of deciding who from a certain English class should be put on the list. Discovering that he couldn't rightfully put anyone from the class on the list, he optimistically said to the classi “Someone should be on the list; is there anyone here who would like to volunteer to be on the first low-grade report?" My prospecting this week found about forty girls signing up in the gym for the new Drill Team to promote Air Force activities. Just a personal opinion, but I think more would have signed up If, the girls hadn’t been warned "The boys have to vote on you!" Dorm Dances found everyone having a good time, even with slight inconveniences such as punch which refuses to leave the botto...
Rush Week Scheduled [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
Rush Week Scheduled Fraternity rushing occupies the social calendar for the next two weeks. Formal rushing begins Tuesday, October 28, and will end at 1 p.m., November 12. The following rules and procedure were Issued by the In-ter-fraterniay Council, wTuch 1$ composed of the presidents and treasurers of the four fraternities on campus. Fraternities are limited to two functions a day. There Is a limit of ten men at a fuction unless more are necessary In the first round. There is to be no discussion of fraternities initiated by fraternity men before the beginning of formal rushing with a rushee. There is to be no off-campus rushing. Each rushee paying $5.00 will be entertained at least once in each house. No man is eligible to be rushed who has been notified at mid-term that he has two units of F or a D in more than one course. Fraternity preferences are to be in Dr. Colley’s office by 4 p.m. November 12. Rushee pref erences will be there between 8-12 a.m. November 13.
Plans Set for Frosh Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
Plans Set for Frosh Picnic Yosemite Park will be the setting for the Freshman Class Picnic, Monday, October 27, from 3-5 p.m. The purpose of this get-together is to .enable freshmen to become better acquainted and to get the class organized. Ail freshmen students are Invited to attend. Playground activities will include volleyball and baseball. Free refreshments, consisting of ice-cream bars will be served. Girls should come attired in pedal pushers, fellows in jeans or balboa blues. Lynn Helm and Roger Smith, class social chairmen, are in charge of the picnic. Other class officers are Ed Forcier, president; Jim Ong, vice president; Gloria Clark, seCretary-treas-urei\
Themes Revealed At Dorm Dances [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
Themes Revealed At Dorm Dances Friday, October 17, at 8:30 p.m., Oxy women entertained their dates at the annual formal dorm dances. First on the dorm Itinerary was Erdman Hall decorated to represent its theme, Deep Puple. On one wall was an extra large music score on which was written a few bars of the song, “Deep Purple.” Refreshments of punch and do-nuts were served under the lavender spotlights. Guests at Haines Hall followed the yellow brick road to the Land of Oz and were met by the Tin Woodman, the Scarecrow, and the animated Cowardly Lion who presented programs to visitors. Decorations at Haines Hall consisted of green balloons fastened from the ceiling of the large living room and the Purple Forest, with a lake smd trees of that color. Refreshments, served in the Poppy Field, consisted of punch and cookies. Or r Hall was transformed _ Into a medieval castle and garden to represent its theme, medieval Midnight. At the entrance was a draw bridge and a suit of armor to set the...
owan, Wylie Scene Dances Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
owan, Wylie Scene Dances Tomorrow Tomorrow night the doors of Swan and Wylie Halls will again open on the annual Men's Dorm Dances. Dancing will begin at 8 p.m. in Swan Hall and at 8:30 in Wylie Hall. Couples are invited to visit both dorms. Decorations at Swan Hall will be centered around a “Go to Hell” theme, with special attention directed towards the entrance to the dorm. John Connolly is in charge of the function with Dave Lessley and Craig Cunningham lending assistance. Chaperones will be Mr. William Smith and Sgt. and Mrs. Robert S. Schnatterly. Wylie Hall will decorate their dorm with flaming poles of fire and water falls. The spectacular scenes will represent the Hawaiian Islands. Music will be provided by a band. Chairman John Cushman is being helped in the planning by Chuck McN e a 1 and Roger Carter. Chaperones will be Mr. and Mrs. Morton Roberts and Mrs. Addie Whiteside, Men who are living off campus that lived in Wylie last year are invited. Dress for the dances will b...
'ZOifo S*td [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
'ZOifo S*td Well, here we go with more of the same garbage: names, places, faces, etc. Not to say that this social life isn’t grand! What else' could be the result on campus this week but smiles and gaiety after the last weekend? Those dorm dances . . . not one, not two, but three places to dance; not one, not two, but three barrages of chaperones. We could fill the whole Occidental with descriptions of the marvelous surprises we ran into throughout the dorms. But you all are probably only dying to hear who was there. . . . Seen in the festive atmosphere were Maggie Homan and Ed Marshall, Alice Sabin and Larry Foster, Zoe Freeman and John Cushman, Sharley Zimmerman and Larry Johnson, Barbara Payton and Tom Neal, Jan Spivey and Chuck Harvey, Diane Harden and Mark Trotter, Shirley Nute and Elwood Tobey, Mary Rowley and Charlie Bonham, Jane Colby and John Worcester, Jan Kerr and Bill Hazen, and Jeanne Jamison and Don Monroe. Saturday night was the titanic Intercollegiate football conte...
POETS TAKE CRUCIAL CONTEST IN GRUELING GRIDIRON BATTLE Pass Theft Wins Margin [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
POETS TAKE CRUCIAL CONTEST IN GRUELING GRIDIRON BATTLE Pass Theft Wins Margin By JOHHNY FISHER Once upon a time there lived a fullback named Matt Kurilich. It’s not his fault that Oxy’s Varsity gridsters los to Whittier College last Saturday night. 14 to 6. Hero of the night for the Tigers was Don Yokaitis, (Yo-ky-tus) who put the Orange and Black-clad men back iqto the ball game after Whittier had left the field at half-time sporting a seven point bulge as a result of a second quarter teedee which had been made with but three minutes remaining in the half. Yokaitis blocked a goal-line punt late in the third quarter and fell on the ball in the end zone for the tally. Shortly before this, a beauty drive had been made by Oxy as they were led to within mere feet of scoring by Matt Kurilich. The drive bogged down, however, and the Poets took over but were forced to punt, and Yokaitis pulled the game temporarily out of the fire. His feat was to no avail, however, when a fourth frame pass...
HAWK’S EYE VIEW [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
HAWK’S EYE VIEW The temperature is dropping lower nightly with the oncoming of a terrible Southern California winter, and our Tigers are spending the major part of their limited pigskin time in the shadow of various goal posts. It must be getting awfully chilly playing so far away from the main source of heat, namely the boiling Tiger fans. Of course, Oxy seems to have many secret weapons with which to put them back on the mid-field stripe, like: perfenially being off-sides, illegal use of the hands, feet or fists and the strategy of illegal substitution. All of these little things are very effective when it is desired to reverse the direction of play as quickly as possible. The Bengal squad has the guns, but there just isn’t any tremendous bang when they go off. In short there doesn’t seem to be any logic in continually loosing to inferior squads. And the last three oponents were just that. However, there is always the strong point that our hoys are getting in very good shape runni...
Bulldogs Favored Over Tigers Tonight Kickoff at 8 p.m. for Encounter as Fresnans Face Injury Riddled Rigers [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
Bulldogs Favored Over Tigers Tonight Kickoff at 8 p.m. for Encounter as Fresnans Face Injury Riddled Rigers By TOM PETERSON Occidental’s Tigers will find themselves in a most precarious situation tonight when they tackle the bonecrushing Fresno State Bulldogs on Patterson Field at 8 p.m. The Bulldogs will be the toughest foe the Tigers Will have to contend with for the remainder of the season. Fresno enters tonight’s contest with an impressive 3-1 record. The Bulldogs plastered and completely disorganized Pepperdine, the Cal Aggies and Utah State. However, were swarmed under by a highly touted San Jose State club 41-6. The Fresnans have averaged five TD’s per game, while allowing only three to their opponents. Rip-Roorer - If things were not bad enough, after losing three frays to inferior oppressors, the never-say-die Tigers will enter tonight’s tilt with an injury-rid-dled team. Off these Imposing factors Oxy will be 2 touchdown underdogs to bow to the mighty Bulldogs. But the Ora...
Poolers Snare Fifth Spot at Los Alamitos in National Tourney By STAN ABBOTT [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
Poolers Snare Fifth Spot at Los Alamitos in National Tourney By STAN ABBOTT Bengal Water Poloists beat LACC to place in the National Water Polo Tournament held at Los Alamitos last week. First place was taken by Los Alamitos Naval Air Station who has a team composed of the best players from all over the nation. The Olympic Club from San ; Francisco was second, El Gamine JC third, Fullerton JC took fourth, and Oxy was fifth. Wednesday afternoon the Tigers were hosted by Santa Mon- lea in a game which at press time was forecast to be very close. Oxy can’t afford to lose any games if they want to get into the four-way Round Robin league playoffs which probably include Fullerton and El Camino. Today the Varsity and Frosh squads venture across town to LACC where the Frosh * will meet a combination of LACC second and third stringers and LA State Varsity. The Tigers are favored to win over City College. However, the cross-town boys may have other ideas. Probable starting lineup: LACC Pos. ...