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ROIC to Strut For Armistice [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
ROIC to Strut For Armistice An Armistice Day program sponsored by the Oxy AF-ROTC unit will be held in the Quad next Tuesday morning at 11 o’clock. The entire cadet corps under the leadership of Cadet Lt. Col. Jim Nickels wijl pass iu review and pay its respects to the deceased men of all U. S. armies. Lt. Col. Loren S. Nickels and his staff will participate in the review in a supervisory capacity. In addition to the review, there will be an exhibition of the drill team under the direc- tion of Cadet Staff Sgt. Morris Parker. The AF-ROTC-Occident-al Band wil lalso perform. Mr. Paul Young is the director of this unit. Major Cyrus W. Wood, unit Tactical Officer, announced that the entire student body and faculty were urged to witness this, the first full-dress parade of the AF-ROTC unit this year.
Attention, Vets! [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Attention, Vets! Veterans now attending school under the Korean GI Bill are asked to present, upon receipt, their certificate of eligibility to Mrs. Marie Stevens in the business office in Jl. Forms for subsistence allowance may be signed at the same time, Mrs. Stevens said.
Credit Yet! Sponsor Corps Drill Team Taken Into Second Semester Program [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Credit Yet! Sponsor Corps Drill Team Taken Into Second Semester Program Next semester, sophomore girls may take Sponsor Corps Drill Team for PE credit, announced Dr. Carl Trieb, PE chairman. Currently there are approximately 50 girls participating in this organization. The team meets every Tuesday during fourth hour for drill practice under the direction of Trieb. Girls wishing to join are urged to sign up in the near future, as the group will soon be fully organized. Uniforms will consist of Air Force blue pleated skirts, white tailored blouses, saddle shoes and a WAF-type hat. Girls Helping, Too The group will participate in Air Force Awards Day, Federal inspections and all AF-ROTC competitions there may be. The girls are also helping with the publicity and decorations for the Air Force Ball to be held this year. The Sponsor Corps Drill Team is jointly sponsored by the Arnold Air Society and Delta Psi Kappa, national honorary PE organization for women. The idea of an Oxy drill tea...
Sponsors Gather [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Sponsors Gather Members of the local chapter of Delta Psi Kappa, cosponsors of the Sponsor Corps Drill Team, held their Founders Day Ceremony on a Sun- : day afternnon recently at the f home of Nancy Schlossman j in San Gabriel, j After the ceremonies, refreshments were served to guests who sat around the Schlossmans’ outside swimming pool. Guests from the Alumnai Chapter at USC included Louise Bisiri, head of the elementary PE department in Beverly Hills; Rhoda Brollire and Fred* Irvine, school instrustors; and Roy Dennis, wife of Oxy’s head football coach.
AF-ROTC Order Brings Promotion [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
AF-ROTC Order Brings Promotion AF-ROTC Cadet Order No. 10 issued on November 3 announced the promotion of Wing Commander James B. Nickels from the rank of Major to the rank of Lt. Colonel. Also promoted in the orders was Cadet Capt. Bill Fochler who was also elevated to the rank of Lt. Colonel. Cadet Capts. Keith Anderson, Jeff Meisser, Don Russell, Jim Sanderson and George Stevens were promoted to the rank of Cadet Major. These men, with the exception of Meisser, who is Wing Adjutant, are Group Commanders in the Wing. They are among the first who will be in line from the Occidental unit to receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the U. S. Air Force. Five Cadet Ist Lts. were promoted to the rank of Captain in the orders, and a great many basic cadets received promotions to the next higher rank from the one that they had previously held. These promotions were made upon the recommendation of the cadet officers in the unit. was first advanced by Col. Nickels and Capts. Basha...
O-X-Y Tells Next Plans [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
O-X-Y Tells Next Plans A program of Gilbert and Sullivan, produced by Bill MacKenzie, will be presented by Occidental’s own radio station O-X-Y, 1340 on the dial, next week. OXY sends its program over the air waves on Thursday night at 7 o’clock and through the dinner hour on Wednesday nights. The staff states that from now on the music will have more popular appeal. Last night the O-X-Y players presented their first drama production, “Rebecca.” The week after next a student quiz will be the feature. Bill MacKenzie will be producer of this show. Station O-X-Y plans to present many more programs throughout the year. Says MacKenzie, “We hope the trouble to locate the station, due to dial regulation shift, will be over-shadowed by the quality of the programs.”
Foreign Students Can Tour State [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Foreign Students Can Tour State Foreign students are being offered the opportunity of a closeup, broad perspective view of the major communities throughout the state. This 1500 mile trip is scheduled for January 31 to February 10, 1953. Originating and terminating in Los Angeles, the tour will not exceed 30 dollars for the entire ten day period. Those interested should see Mr. John Rodes, J34.
Devotional Service Set for Vespers [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Devotional Service Set for Vespers Even Song, the Episcopal evening devotional service, will be given during vesper hour next Thursday. The program will begin at 6:45 p.m. in the Music Chapel. AM are cordially invited to attend. There will be no Student Church morning worship or Fireside Fellowship planned this weekend, due to the Stu-dent-Faculty Retreat being held at Camp Colby, spokesmen said.
Holliday lo Speak At AAS Initiation [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Holliday lo Speak At AAS Initiation The Arnold Air Society of Occidental College will conduct an initiation of its new members next Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Women’s Lounge. In charge of the program are Cadet Ist. Lt. Leland Dudley, AAS president, and Cadet OPS Officer, Truman Fisher. One hour later the newly organized Women's Sponsor Corps will meet with the AAS to listen to a talk by Miss Kate Holliday, free-lance reporter and writer. Miss Holliday’s articles have appeared in more than forty magazines in this country, Canada, England, France and Australia. Her best known work is the book, “Troopship,” the first eyewitness account of young Americans bound for the Korean front. Also on the program will be Lt. Col. L. S. Nickels who will speak on the purposes and responsibilities of the Arnold Society. Cadet Major Jeff Meisser, outgoing president, will review the development of Oxy’s Major General William Morgan Chapter of the AAS.
Club Trek Planned For Next Vacation [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Club Trek Planned For Next Vacation Ski enthusiasts met recently and planned a trip to Mammoth Mountain over Thanksgiving. About twenty people have signed up for the trip, according to Leroy Small, Ski Club president. Anyone interested in making the trek over Thanksgiving should contact Jo Teasley through box 371, or Bonnie Rose, box 321. At the recent meeting, movies of Sun Valley, Idaho, were shown and plans for several one-day trips were formulated. Another meeting will be held in a week or so, Small stated.
Rehearsal for Play Enters Third Week [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Rehearsal for Play Enters Third Week The cast for “Mad Woman of Chaillot,” Oxy Players’ main stage production to go on stage December 5 and 6, is in its third week of rehearsal, according to Director Omer Paxson. The “Mad Woman of Chaillot,’’ a comedy-fantasy, will be the biggest Players’ production of the season, Paxson said. The play is by Jean Giraudoux, adapted by Maurice Valency. The scene of the play is Chaillot, one of the better sections of Paris; time: tomorrow. The story revolves around the Mad Woman who lives in a little idealistic dream world all her own. Woman Rebels Rebelling against the wicked people who have Come to worship anythfng that will bring them wealth and power, the Mad Woman attracts all the rag pickers and crackpots in sight. It turns out that the Mad Woman is more sane than any of the “sane” people. Dee Sharpe plays the Mad Woman of Chaillot, with Paula Bryan, Louise Mudge and Joyce Hopping playing the supporting mad women. Leading Man The leading man is ...
Halverson to Talk [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Halverson to Talk R*v. Dick Halverson, minister of Christian Education at the First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, will speak at the regular Tuesday meeting of the Christian Life Series. His topic, continuing the theme “Motivations for Living” is "Christian Service.” The meeting, held in Alumni Chapel, begins at 12:30.
Head Organist To Play Here [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Head Organist To Play Here Robert Noehren, University of Michigan organist and head of the organ department there, will be presented in a free recital in Thorne Hall on Tuesday, November 18, at 8:15 p.m. He is sponsored by Occidental and the Pasadena and Valley Districts Chapter of the American Guild of Organists who each bring a series of master organists to the southwest. The public is invited to attend. A native of Buffalo, New York, Noehren played his first recital at the age of fourteen and within a year had played a series of daily broadcasts which achieved great popularity throughout the state. Following high school, he entered the Juilliard School of Music and studied with Gaston Dethier, famous Belgian organist and composer. In 1929 he won a coveted scholarship to study organ at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia with Lynwood Farnam who, at that time, was considered the greatest living organist. His interpretive ability Is marked by exceptional sense of proportio...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
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Square Dance Club Invites All College to Barn Dance [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Square Dance Club Invites All College to Barn Dance Strictly Social Tonight from 8 until 11 o’clock, the Women’s Gym will ring with calls of “alemande left” and “promendade” as the second all-college square dance of the semester gets under way. The dance is sponsored by Fairs and Squares, its newest square dance club. Evening events are under the direction of Frank Hanna, who will also call the dances. No admission will be charged; however, the sponsors are asking a donation of 25 cents. Instruction to beginners will be given with the hope that everyone will leave the dance having made new friends and having learned more about square dancing. Last Friday evening OffCampus Men and Women sponsored an all-college square dance in Alumni Gym. This dance was under the direction of Joyce Tharpe and Bill Thomas. Entertainment and refreshments were provided for all who attended.
Greek Houses Op en Doors [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952
Greek Houses Op en Doors Themes were revealed last Saturday night at the sorority houses when the annual Little Pan-Hellenic Dances took place from 8:30 until 12 o’clock. The affair was round robin, but couples went back to their own house at 11 p.m. for more dancing and refreshments. The Alpha house was decorated to represent the election theme. This idea was carried out with posters of both party candidates and the colors of red, white and blue. “King Tut-Tut’s Tomb” was reconstructed at the Beta house. Mummies and wall paintings of Egyptians decorted the interior of the house. Refreshments were served to guests by mummies. "Basin Street" Gammas converted their house into “Basin Street” for the evening. Cotton bales and fish nets helped to carry out this theme. Sillouettes and old pictures were also featured as added decorations. The Deltas opened the doors of their newly remodeled house to guests for the first time. They used the approprite theme of “Deltas Movin’ Inn.” “Come int...