Elephind.com contains 1,633 items from Occidental
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
ROTC Issues Publication [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
ROTC Issues Publication Oxy’s unit of the AF-ROTC published the first issue of their new newspaper, the “Flying Tiger,” on October 22. Co-editors Russ Groat and Bill Skilling stated the purpose of this newspaper was to bring items of interest to the ROTC cadets that would not necessarily be of any interest to the rest of the student body. It is intended also to keep the co'rp, informed about future happenings: activities, promotions, tests, speakers. Girls’ Sponsor Cofp, new instructors and the Arnold Air Society. There will also be a page devoted to items of special interest to those who plan on entering the air force. Problems in jet airplanes, supersonic missies, and other fields will be taken up. There will be an editorial by Lt. Col. Nickles in each issue. The “Flying Tiger” will be published bi-monthly. The newspaper will consist of four pages of light blue multilith which is better than the mimeograph process. Faculty advisors to the staff is Capt. R. L. Thompson with co-ordi...
Lindsley's Book Now on Stands [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
Lindsley's Book Now on Stands Dr. Charles Frederick Lindsley, professor of speech for this college and director of radio at the Pasadena Community Playhouse, has utilized his quarter century of experience in radio and TV broadcasting for his new book, “Radio and Television Communication.” Just off the press of McGrawHill Book Co., New York, the book treats its subject from several angles: historical, social, cultural, business and technical. One section is devoted to principles and types of performance, acting, announcing, writing and speaking. Another is concerned wjth television techniques. Still another combines a performance manual with workshop material. Educators, radio and television technicians and actors, script writers, and firms who are, or hope to be, radio and television sponsors have approved the book as the most complete work on its type yet to appear. Dr. Charles Lindsley
Placement Office Offers Jobs For Xmas, Part-time, Anytime [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
Placement Office Offers Jobs For Xmas, Part-time, Anytime “Students interested in Christmas employment should register with the Placement Office in Johnson 6 immediately,” Carol Rapson, assistant placement officer, announced this week. Chancps for good placement are better if students register early, she stated. “The Placement Office still has many part-time jobs available offcampus,” Miss Rapson said. ‘‘Just come in any time and we will be glad to talk over your job problems with you.” Seniors and graduates are reminded that literature and applications are available in the Placement Office for the Junior Professional Assistant and Junior Management Assistant examinations, scheduled soon to fill positions with the federal government. Seniors and graduates may still register for placement after graduation.
Marine Officer To Visit Here [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
Marine Officer To Visit Here Captain Stewart B. McCarty, Jr., U. S. Marine Corp officer, will visit Occidental College next Monday to interview students interested in the Marine Corps officer training programs. The principal sources of Marine Corps Reserve Officers, both men and women, are the Officer Candidate Course and the Platoon Leaders Class. College seniors are eligible to enroll in the Officers Candidate Course if they are between the ages of twenty and twentyseven and meet the other requirements. Upon graduation from college. enrollees are sent to Q u an t i co, Virginia, for ten weeks of intensive basic training before receiving commissons in the Marine Corps. Qualified undergraduates between the ages of seventeen and twenty-six can enroll in the Platoon Leaders Class. They will attend two summer training periods of six weeks each and will receive commisisons upon graduation from school. Captain McCarty will be located in the patio outside the Women’s Lounge. Freeman Union...
UCLA's Farley Speaks Sun. [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
UCLA's Farley Speaks Sun. Rev. Thomas Farley, Student Church speaker for this Sunday, will discuss “The. Central Pursuit of a Christian.” The service, which will begin at 11:30 a.m., is under the guidance of Jim Lare as student minister. Choir rehearsal starts at 10 a.m. Farley is associated with UCLA where he is the Methodist executive. He is also an outstanding youth director of the Methodist Conference of Southern California and Arizona, Fireside Fellowship will feature Oxy's Roy Fairchild, who will evince “What is the Christain College?” Fairchild is also expected to discuss his recent trip to the East and visits to the colleges there. The time for this is 6:45 in the Womens' Lounge. Vespers will meet in the Music Chapel next Thursday at 6:45.
Get Together Draws Locals [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
Get Together Draws Locals s» Dr. Glenn S. Dumke, dean df the faculty, accompanied by Lt. Colonel Loren S. Nickles participated In an Air Force ROTC Orientation Conference at the Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, Alabama last Wednesday. Air Force Professors of Air Science and Tactics at 188 colleges and universities throughout the United States, - Hawaii and Puerto Rico accompanied the college officials. During the one-day conference the educators were addressed by high ranking Air Force officials concerning the proposed new curriculum for Air Force ROTC cadet training. Scheduled to go into effect next fall, the new course of study will affect 145,000 college students presently in the program. The purpose of the change in curriculum is to offer a more economical and effective way to prepare junior Air Force officers with a wide variety of knowledge and' skills.
NEWS BITS [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
NEWS BITS Laureom Society, organization for English majors, last night attended a theater party. The group traveled to Los Angeles to see the movie production of Ivanhoe, ’according to Collen Kistler, president. Alpha Phi Gamma, national journalism fraternity, will have a short meeting today noon in the Occidental office. Plans are being made for a dinner in the near future. The Freshman Class will attend a picnic in Yosemite Park next Monday from 3 to 5 p.m. Refreshments will be provided for those who have signed up. Yatching and sailing enthusiasts should contact Jim Douglas, Box 73 if they are interested in forming an Occidental Yatch Club and sailing team. A meeting will be held sometime next week to discuss the possibility of intercollegiate competition. Skiers are urged to attend the first meeting of the Occidental Ski Club next Thursday at 7:15 in Alumni Hall. A ski movie will be shown at the meeting. The group plans a trip to Mammoth Thanksgiving vacation.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
MORE and MORE PEOPLE Are taking their cleaning problems to THRIFT-D-LUX GLEANERS Expert Dry Cleaning &amp; Pressing ’ Slacks, sporf shirts Skirts, blouses, Plain. Suits, dresses. Coats, robes, plain.... ALTERATIONS &amp; REPAIRS sweaters, 44c 88c Laundry 10% Off List YOU WILL LIKE THRIFTrDLUX At your bookstore now AUDIO-VISUAL Drawing Program LUSCIOUS CHICKEN SANDWICHES • SNOWBIRD ICE CREAM 21—Delicious Flavors—2l Fountain 5100 York Grill A lice’s Ladies' Ready to PL ear and Maternity Shop 5046 York Boulevard Cleveland 7-2635 CApitol 1-5139 A n A I D TYPEWRITER AND M U M I i\ OFFICE SUPPLY CO. New "Royal Typewriter" Distributor Standard Electric Portable Rentals Sales Service 2305 North Figueroa St. Los Angeles 65 JACK &amp; NORM’S SERVICE YOU CAN AFFORD Auto Painting Body and Fender Expert Lubrication Upholstery Motor Repair GOOD GAS AT RIGHT PRICES Regular 22 9/10 Ethyl 24 9/10 4681 York Slvd. AL. 8700
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 24 October 1952
In Honor of 'Family Night' ROBERTS Oxy's favorite Men's shop for 31 years Salutes the Family! Did you know that 50% of all married people are women? That all children are born at an early age? That the women's Beauty Industryfacials and hairdos—ranks among the top 20 industries in America? Oh Yes—Don't Forget to Vote November 4 Go to the polls well dressed in our new flannel suits at $55. It gets our vote any day. M 9-53 COLORADO BIVD EACH ROCK 41. CALM Bernle Don Peto
Revived Publications Will Soon Greet Tiger Readers 'Churchman' 'EI Tigre' to To Appear See Revival [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 31 October 1952
Revived Publications Will Soon Greet Tiger Readers 'Churchman' 'EI Tigre' to To Appear See Revival The Campus Churchman, a tour page publication of Student Church, will make a comeback, after two years of absence from the Oxy campus, next Wednesday when copies will be placed in the post office boxes of all Student Church members and faculty. Emphasizing the Student-Fac-ulty retreat in the first issue, the paper will include news on various Student Church activities, reports on denominational events, editorials and other appropriate material. Scheduled to be published about four times during the year. The Campus Churchman is being edited by Lee Hansen, publicity chairman of Student Church. Editors of the various pages are Paul Foster, Diane Kelsey. Peggy Paden and Peggy Mortimer. El Tigre, Occidental’s Span-Ish-language newspaper, will be revived in the near future under the editorship of Sophomore John Cushman. Cushman, who has acquired considerable fluency in Spanish and who took a...
Bookstore Now Sells Philharmonic Tickets [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 31 October 1952
Bookstore Now Sells Philharmonic Tickets Season tickets to the 34th Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra presentation are now available in the book store to students at a reduced rate. The price of these ducats are from $4.50 up. With Alfred Wallenstein in the Music Director's spot and John Barnett as Associate Conductor, the show will be in town from November 13 through April 17, 1953. This is Wallenstein’s tenth season as Music Director of this orchestral organization. Those purchasing tickets at the special student rate will be honored only on the six Friday nights of this muscial performance, which are: November 21, December 12, January 30, March 6, March 27 and April 10.
Scroll Drawn For Signers [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 31 October 1952
Scroll Drawn For Signers “We, the undersigned, have fulfilled a part of our obligation as citizens of the United States by voting in the current national election.” A scroll bearing these words is being prepared under the direction of the Political Science Department to be signed by all Occidental students who voted. All eligible students are urged to drop by the ASOC office and sign this scroll on or before November 4. The scroll will be placed on display as a further means of making Occidental students conscious of the election and of the importance of voting. Mr. Raymond McKelvey, head of the Political Science Department, and ASOC Prexy Red Gresham are in command of the scroll project.
PARTY ACTIVITIES NOW NEARING CLIMATIC POINT Coliege Inquiry Indicafes Strong Leaning for Ike [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 31 October 1952
PARTY ACTIVITIES NOW NEARING CLIMATIC POINT Coliege Inquiry Indicafes Strong Leaning for Ike By JIM LAKE As the 1952 Presidential campaign moves into its final weekend of vigorous promising and challenging, the pre-election tension on the Occidental campus is rapidly approaching a frenzied climax. Both local party organizations are battling to the wire, determined to see more Oxy balloters than ever before in what has been termed by the experts “’the greatest election In our nation’s history.” The Young Republicans have held several meetings this week to make final preparations for their ‘‘Get Out The Vote” program on Election Day. An eleventh hour meeting on Monday has been planned by The Young Democrats to give their election machine “its final lubrication.” The faculty got into the swing yesterday by releasing a statement urging voters to vote “No” on propositions five and six. Mock Election The entire student body will have its say in a mock election on Monday, Ballots will be a...
Salsbury, Schaeffer, Pettit, Worcester Named to PBK List [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 31 October 1952
Salsbury, Schaeffer, Pettit, Worcester Named to PBK List Steve Salsbury, Lois Scheaffer, Ted Pettit and John Worcester were named last Tuesday to Occidental’s Delta chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Ail first semester seniors, the four honorees are recipients of the highest academic honor awarded at any college, the socalled “junior nomination.’’ To qualify for the early Phi Beta nomination, the superior quartet maintained a grade-point average of 3.75 or above for the first three years of their college career. Salsbury, in addition to being leader of the Young Republicans organization on campus, holds the student body post of Forensics Representative. Miss Scheaffer last year headed Judicial Board in the AWS organization. A past president of OffCampus Men, Pettit now helps AMS, A member of Oxy's gym team, Worceslor is president of Sigma Pi Sigma, national physics fraternity. More Phi Beta Kappa mem- bers will be named In March and again in June. Students named at these later dates need a ...