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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 31 October 1952
4SS4 EfiGLC ROCK EIVO. CL. 6-0189 5058 EAGLE ROCK BLVD • AL. 9129 Bind Crosby, Jane Wyman, Bthel Barrymore JUST FOR YOU and Dona Andrews, Marta Toren, George Sanders, Audrey Totter ASSIGNMENT PARIS Tony Curtis, Piper Laurie SON OF All BABI Rhonda Fleming, Sterling Hoyden THE GOLDEN HAWK A lice’s Ladies' Ready to Wear and Maternity Shop 5046 York Boulevard Cleveland 7-2635 BOP CITY Presents ILLINOIS JAQIIET Stars Freddy and Maurice Simons and Troupe plus Bop Rhythm Boys Fri. t, Sat. 8:30 to 2 a.m. Sunday Matineo , 6607, Nortl). Figueroa No minors, please.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 31 October 1952
GEPHARDT 5 &amp; 10 2 friendly stores to serve you 2118 COLORADO BLVD. EAGLE ROCK CApitoi 1-5139 ADAIR TYPEWRITER AND OFFICE SUPPLY CO. New "Royal Typewriter" Distributor Standard Electric Portable Rentals Sales Service Whether it’s a junker worth two bits or a brand new Ford, we sell ’em, service ’em and fix ’em better than people. COLORADO MOTORS 3805 North Figueroa St. Los Angeles 65 1826 Colorado Blvd. Eagle Rock CL. 7-8201
NEWS BITS [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 31 October 1952
NEWS BITS Tha Democratic committee chairmen of the “get out the vote” campaign will meet Monday at 10 a.m. in the office of The Occidental, below the Student Union. ♦ * * All those interested in belonging to a Yacht Club are invited to attend a meeting at 12:30 p.m. this noon in the Women’s Lounge. Plans will then be made for the formation of such an organization. * * ♦ Phi E K, local chapter of the national honorary physical education fraternity, met with the National Executive Secretary in a closed meeting October 28 in the Women’s Lounge. This was the bi-annual inspection by Dr. Rudolph Schreiber. * ♦ * At the Geology Club meeting Thursday evening, Mr. Walt Bilicke of the Engineers Syndicate Ltd. spoke on the use of the Scinillation counter in the exploration for rare earths and radio activity minerals. This Sunday the club will take a field trip to study the effects of the recent earthquakes in the Tehachapi area.
Noble Speaks At Service [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 31 October 1952
Noble Speaks At Service “What Price Unity” is the theme for Sunday’s Student Church. Oxy’s chaplain. Dr. Hubert C. Noble, will deliver the sermon. Services will begin at 11:30 a.m. Each Sunday morning choir practice begins in the Alumni Chapel at 10 a.m. Bob Bledsoe and Dodo Kirkpatrick are student directors and welcome all Oxyites into the choir. Dr. Margery Freeman, professor of religion, will speak on the topic of “Are You Fit To Be Tied?” Sunday evening at Fireside Fellowship at the customary time and place: Women’s Lounge, 6:45 p.m. Vespers next Thursday is under the leadership of Roger Pelz. His general theme will be on our Christian faith and our college life. The Music Chapel is the spot for this event, which will begin at 6:45 p.m.
Juniors to Roll On Year's Plan [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 31 October 1952
Juniors to Roll On Year's Plan Members of the Junior Class met recently in F2B and approved the year’s plan of activities as proposed by the cabinet. according to Dan Oredson, junior class president. “We plan very shortly to get together and rejuvenate an old folk’s home, the fellows working outside and the girls inside,” Oredson commented. “After a good day’s work, we’ll all relax at our class picnic.” Juniors will in addition be selling the “Beat Pomona” buttons which circulate before the Oxy Pomona grid clash, Oredson added. This same class has sold these buttons for the past two years at this time.
Local Alpha Phi Gammas Meet Redlands Chapter Rifle Range Opens [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 31 October 1952
Local Alpha Phi Gammas Meet Redlands Chapter Rifle Range Opens Under the theme “old meets the new,” the Occidental Air Force ROTC rifle range for use by this college’s cadets was officially opened last week. Dr. Elbert E. Chandler, one of the sponsors and originators of the first rifle range during World War I, was present at the dedication of this new indoor shooting campus. The Air Force ROTC will now engage in national competition with other colleges and universities. Members of the local chapter of Alpha Phi Gamma, national honorary journalism fraternity, will be guests of the Redlands chapter tomorrow’ at a luncheon preceding the Oxy ■ Redlands football clash. Redlands is currently the national headquarters for Alpha Phi Gamma. Approximately twelve members of the newly rejuvenated local chapter will meet their hosts on the University Commons at Redlands at 12 noon. This is the chapter’s first social function of the year. Next thing on the group’s agenda is an installation banqu...
Club Schedules College Dance [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 31 October 1952
Club Schedules College Dance Oxy’s Square Dance Club, the “Fairs and Squares,” will hold their first square dance of the season next Friday from 8 to 11 o’clcok in the Women’s Gym. The dance is sponsored by the club for the entire student body. Square dance fundamentals will be presented to beginners. Frank Hanna is arranging the affair. A 35 cent donation is being asked from all those who attend.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 31 October 1952
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 31 October 1952
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Vote for Princess Begins on Monday [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Vote for Princess Begins on Monday To choose their Tiger Princess to reign over the OxyPomona Homecoming game, Bengals will ballot next week Monday through Thursday, at the booth set up for that purpose in the quad outside the Student Store. All senior women are eligible for a spot on the ballot in the Monday and Tuesday preliminaries, and the top six contenders from this vote will be before Tiger voters again on Wednesday and Thursday. Voting will be conducted only from 11 to 2 p.m. on the appointed days. The three senior femmes garnering the largest number of votes will be proclaimed Tiger Princess and attendants, in accordance with their vote count. The royal trio will be presented to the student body at the assembly on November 20. Queen's Duties Regal duties of the Homecoming Queen include reigning over the Tiger-Sagehen pigskin tiff on November 22, attending a post-game dinner in the Alumni Gym from 6:30 until 8:30 o’clock, and then making an appearance at a dance to be held i...
Where, Oh Where Has Wig Wandered? [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Where, Oh Where Has Wig Wandered? Missing from the Thorne Hall costume room is the ‘‘bald wig” worn by Caster Hibbard in the production of ‘‘First Lady,” a representative said this week. The wig, valued at $55, was rented from Western Costume Company. If it is not returned, the full value plus rental cost will have to be paid by the Occidental Players. Anyone having information as to the whereabouts of the wig Is asked to contact Omar Paxson, Drama Workshop.
Council Accepts Musicale Plans [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Council Accepts Musicale Plans ‘‘Where There’s a Will” was accepted Monday night by the ASOC Council as the official annual all-student produced and directed musicale to be presented in Thorne Halt next March. The accepted script was written by Nancy Ragan, Bob Huddleston, and Joel Davis and embodies an entirely new approach to musical prtsentation. Try-outs for the Musicale are scheduled for December 8, 9 and 10. Rehearsals will begin in the spring. A budget of $5OO has been designated by the ASOC to cover costs of the production. Joel Davis will produce and Carl Ginet will direct. In charge of vocal direction will be Tom Hormel; dance direction, Barbara Hunt. Ming-Cho-Lee will design the sets, and Ruth Ann Jordon will be stage manager. In addition to a medium sized cast, the script calls for a dancing chorus of eight men and eight w'omen, a singing chorus of 30 men and 30 women, and an orchestra of around 25 pieces.
Tickets Out For Series [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Tickets Out For Series Ticket distribution for Euzkadi, next exent in the Thorne Hall Artist Series, will conelue today when ducats are handed out between 12 and 2 p.m, at the Thorne box office. Euzkadi, the festival company of basque dancers, singers and instrumentalists under the direction of Juan Onatibia. will be presented at Occidental College on Monday, November 17, at 8:15 p.m. In Thorne Hall. Combined Talent Now on its second American tour, the Euzkadi company combines in one glorious spectacle tire gaiety of Biarritz, the ruggedness of Navarre, the pslota (perhaps beter known as Jai-Alai, the world’s fastest sport), the adventurous spirit of Biscayan mariners each a fascinating mirror of the Basque soul. Euzkadi, the collective name the Basques used to describe their land, the land of “the most exciting people in the world,” follows no orthodox program format. It is as unusual as the Basque people themselves whose language is thought to be the oldest in the world and is unr...
Retreat Empties Campus Car Caravan Carries Campers to Colby [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Retreat Empties Campus Car Caravan Carries Campers to Colby Highlighting Oxy’s annual student-faculty retreat beginning tonight at Camp Colby will be two faculty; panel discussions, “Why Christianity?” and “The Vocation of a Christian College,” according to Sandy Robbins, retreat chairman, 1 * Approximately 150 students and a good proportion of the faculty leave for Oxy’s traditional three days of discussion and recreation this afternoon. “Buzz” sessions, or small stu-dent-led discussion groups, are scheduled for 8:00 tonight, as a beginning for the weekend's thought-discussion aspect. Following the sessions will be the factulty panel, “Why Christianity?” Dr. Dave Cole will be moderator with Dr. Margery Freeman, Dr. Paul Johnson, Mr. Leo Wyett, and the Rev. Robert Rankin as the panel. “The Sources of Doubt and Faith in College Life” will be discussed Saturday morning by Mr. Roy Fairchild, psychology department. Student-led bull sessions on his topic will follow. Topic for the peak d...
Scribes to Compete for Big Money [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Scribes to Compete for Big Money Prizes totaling $12,500 will be handed out again this year to winners of the annual Forest Lawn Journalism Contest conducted among the students of five local Christian colleges. Plans are under way to organize the contest on the local campus, say sookesmen. Participatin' sohools include Occidentals, Pepperdine, Pomona, Redlands and Whittier. The winner will receive $lOOO cash for himself, while his school will garner $5OOO. A preliminary contest will be held on each campus to choose three contestants for the final writing in a three hour seminar. The subject for the final 300 word essay will be chosen by the Press Committee. 12 Units? You're In! All students who are taking at least 12 units are eligible and will find subjects for the two preliminary' compositions in a pamphlet put out by Forest Lawn. Participants must make out an application form available In the office of Mr. McKelvey, who is in charge of the contest at Occidental. Mr. Ray Zeeman of...
Oxy Mock Vote Mirrors Nation [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Oxy Mock Vote Mirrors Nation Oxy’s politicos wound up the national election season this week by contributing their time on Tuesday afternoon to their respective precinct headquart* ers. This “get out to vote’’ pro. gram was sponsored by the Political Science Department in art effort to make the students on campus more conscious of the importance of the national election. In the mock election which was held on campus last Monday, the Eisenhower supporters turned out 455 strong to down the 142 Stevenson supporters who participated. It may be noted that this ratio is very close to the ratio of the electoral votes in the national election. The Political Scroll which was prepared by the poly sci department bears the names of 172 students who participated in the election. This figure, if indicative of the total student vote, testifies to the fact that 12% of the Occidental student body fulfilled its obligation as American citizens.