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As sembly Scheduled [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

As sembly Scheduled Mrs. Maynard Toll will speak on “The Educated Woman and Her Responsibility to the Community” at the AWS assembly next Tuesday at 11 a.m. in Alumni Hall. Mrs. Toll, an Occidental graduate and member of the board of trustees, is well qualified to speak on this subject. She has been active as a member of the board of directors of the Hollywood Bowl Theatre Association, a member of the Welfare Council of L. A., and president of the Family Welfare of L. A. In addition, Ms. Toll has worked on the Community Chest, been a member of the League of Women Voters, and a member of the board of directors of the League of Women Voters, and a member of the board of directors of the Children’s Hospital. The assembly will also include announcements by AWS president, Genie Nelson, and surprise talent.

Publication Title: Occidental
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'P'KMfiecUtty [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

'P'KMfiecUtty By Joan Davis Maybe this is due to a onetrack mind, but it seems that all the prospecting this week has one central theme to which I keep returning, regardless oi the various tracks I pursue. This central theme, as you might guess is ELECTIONS. Homecoming Queen elections will begin Monday, with winner to be announced at the Homecoming Game, November 22. May I urge everyone to be sure to vote, for this is an honor that means a lot to the girl selected, and the more people who participate in selecting her the higher honor it becomes. Even the Psychology Department Picnic has relation to the election theme which is so dominant this week. The department was the center ol heated discussions and avid interest for weeks before November 4, and the Picnic, held last weekend, carried interest along this line. The slogans were particularly clever, with Dave Cole's theme being "1 Like Psych” and Lou Jennings' "Don't Let Them Take You Away." Wednesday was, on the o o lionnv f-'r r'...

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Rush Rules Explained To Rushees [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

Rush Rules Explained To Rushees Formal sorority rushing will begin next Sunday with Round Robin teas at each of the sorority houses, and culminate with Preference Dinners on November 15. Invitations to attend the teas were issued today to all rushees. Dress for this affair is dressy; hat and gloves, heels and hose. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings rushees will be entertained at Sports Desserts at the sororities from 6:45 until 8:00 o’clock. Casual sport clothes are appropriate for these evenings. Dressy Attire The Preference Desserts will be held Thursday and Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. off campus. Attire for these affairs will be dressy sport. Saturday night the sororities will hold the Preference Dinners at the sorority houses or off campus for those girls receiving bids. The week’s activities will conclue with pledging of the new girls at the sorority houses, Pledge Presentations and Sorority Open House or Sunday afternoon. November 16. Friends and the college are invited to at...

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Fraternities Plan Varied Ideas for Semester Dances [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

Fraternities Plan Varied Ideas for Semester Dances Social fraternities on the Oxy campus are planning their first semester dances to be held the evening of Saturday, November 15, at 8:30 o’clock. This year, as in the past, the Alpha Tau Omegas are holding their Jewel Dance. It is to be ■ a -formal dinner dance at the Deauville Country Club in Santa Monica. During the evening a queen will be chosen and each girl will be presented with a corsage. Jim Delaney and Ted Pettit, co-social chairmen, are responsible for plans. Assisting them are George Francis and Bill Fochler. The Phi Gamma Deltas will hold their annual Purple Garter Dance. A formal dance, the highlight of the evening will come when the traditional story of the purple garter is told, after which a garter will be placed on each girl’s leg. Refreshments will feature Purple Passion punch and cake. Gene Ross, social chairman, will be assisted by the entire house with decorations. Bachelor'* Ball This year’s theme for the Sigma ...

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'Wite SmC [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

'Wite SmC Greetings all you exhausted socialities. We know the social life around here is hectic, but don't let it get you down . . . yet. We still have six more exciting weeks to go before Christmas vacation! Speaking of the social whirl, we see the Republicans got into it again after a 20 year absence from the Washington blue book. Well, Stevenson didn't win, but don't you Democrats feel too bad—neither did Stuart Hamblin. Friday night here at Oxy was the all-college square dance, a howling success! Some of the Squares seen dancing were: Jeanne Jamison and Dick Lighthall; Betty and Lloyd Fountain, and Jo Reinhard and Jim Ensign. The SAE’s brought along a hay wagon for added comfort and atmosphere. Little Pan-Hell, the year's first inter-sorority function, was held Saturday night. Electioneering at the Alpha house were Nancy Ragan and Denny Little, Anne Radford and Chuck Miller. At the Beta house we found Jean Douglass, Ralph McCall; Florence Cornett and John Browning among the mum...

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Citrus Belters Belted By Bengals in 21-7 Rout [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

Citrus Belters Belted By Bengals in 21-7 Rout By johnny fisher Snapping his losing streak with a convincing 21 to 7 victory, the Tiger roared on to triumph over the hapless, hopeless and helpless Redlands Bulldog last Saturday afternoon on the losers’ home field. The win marked the second " ~ consecutive year in which an Occidental tackle scored a touchdown. Last year Sophomore Jim Hitch did the honors; this year Russ Groat, after a blocked punt by defensive end Don Yokaitis turned a free ball loose in the end zone. It was the second feat of its kind for Yokaitis in as many games. Groat’s score. Noonan’s plunge from six inches out, and an aerial netting 35 yards from Lozano to Jim Regan accounted for the Tiger trio of teedees. A newcomer in the kicking slot. Matt Kurilich, provided the tra points, booting three in a row. Seesaw Battle Seesaw battling was the order in the first period as Redlands started an early drive which brought them down to about the Oxy twenty. The Bengal forwa...

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Bengal Banter [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

Bengal Banter By Ben Gull and Ty Gerr Orchids . . . All mandarin and ebony swineskinners merit the proverbial laurel wreath for their annexation of their initial SCIC porkhide triumphal pageant, over the dunine associates residing in the citrus belt. . . . Particularly luminous on the Felis portion <# the greensward were “Yogi” "Yokaitis on the port flank, “Joltin’ Jim” Parrish on the starboard edge of the Tiger wall of shockers, and “King Kong” Keith Noonan seen concocting potent thunder from the bulldoging niche. Onions . . . Clawers and Clawlets who in absentia de fray last ante-sabbath should be cat-o-nine-tailed for skipping a circuit boiler. Geraniums . . . To Be n g a 1 horn tooters and toters for their imaginative tune weilding this gripping grid orb-opener and also for their gillette edged drill exposure. Garlic ... To the shout generals for non-utilitarian chants at the tilts . . . i.e., ‘ Roil on you Tigers,’ when our advensary totes the hoghide, or 'GoTigers’ ...

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Jordan Pigskmners Edge Bullpups, 12-6 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

Jordan Pigskmners Edge Bullpups, 12-6 By JIM TERRILL Last Friday afternoon the Occidental Jayvees met and defeated Redlands University to the tune of a 12 to 6 count, thus gaining their second Conference win. By employing “T” and single T ' ' : 1 ~ wing offenses, Oxy succeeded in keeping the Bulldog defense stymied during the first half. The scene changed abruptly in the second. In 30 minutes, however, a battle royal took the place of comparatively passive first half. Twice Redlands drove to within the Bengal five only to be halted by the spirited Tiger line, Newcomb Tallies Shortly into the first period Coach Jordan replaced his Jayvee single wing team with the Freshman “T” offensive unit which promptly accounted for Oxy's first TD, Little Rod Newcomb took- a pitchout and tightroped the sideline for 34 yards and six points. The Tigers were again heard from in the second stanza when Dave Crist intercepted an erroneous Bulldog lateral and scampered 42 yards, and Oxy led 12 to 0. Redl...

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AMS Clarifies Qualifications [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

AMS Clarifies Qualifications Intramural Activities were the major topics of business at the Associated Men Students’ Council Meeting, last Thursday, as the usual changes, amendments and proposals came forth from the efforts of our administrators. Number one on the evening’s agenda was the voting down of a proposition to restrict IM activities to undergrads. As it now stands any student attending Occidental College may take part in IM activities. Another topic which has raised many questions, is the fact that the men who helpedout Payton Jordan’s football fortunes in the Redland’s contest are still eligible for IM ball. This is an exception made to the regular IM rules, but was considered fair, due to the emergency of the manpower situation on Payton’s portion of Patterson. Last, and very important, is the ruling that rosters of the various teams entered, must be approved the Thursday before any particular sport com - mences, and no additions may be added to the roster during the sea...

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Statistics Reveal Impressive Tiger Ball Carrying Rv Tom Ppfprsnn in 1 nnn rJav* nfhor ci d n ii i .. .... “ [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

Statistics Reveal Impressive Tiger Ball Carrying Rv Tom Ppfprsnn in 1 nnn rJav* nfhor ci d n ii i .. .... “ By Tom Peterson Coach Roy Dennis’ battleweary Occidental Tigers take a breather this weele after six grueling weeks of kicking the old hogskin around against powerful foes. The Bengals resume play next Friday night against Caltech on Patterson field. The Bengals are mighty tired both mentally and physically and have two weeks in which to nurse assorted miseries and bruises. The Tigers have earned a rest. Oxy must still keep in mind they have two tough opponents to face—Caltech and Pomona. But by next Friday Oswald should be in top shape and read to ramble once again. While licking their battle wounds this weekend, all Tiger eyes will be focused on the outcome of tomorrow’s SCIC grid titanic between Pomona and Whittier. Both clubs are un- beaten in loop play. And all Oxyites will be praying for a miracle—an upset of Percy the Poet. If Pomona wins —Oxy will have a slim chance of...

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INIKAMURAL GRIDDERS AT HALFWAY MARK; PGD, KAPPA SIGS, WYLIE LEAD IN HOT RACE [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

INIKAMURAL GRIDDERS AT HALFWAY MARK; PGD, KAPPA SIGS, WYLIE LEAD IN HOT RACE By BERT WOODRUFF Alpha Tau Omega’s chances of winning the IM football crown for the second straight year received a sudden jolt last Monday, when they were soundly spanked, 19 to 7, by a fast-moving outfit of Phi Gamma Deltas. The Fijis led all the way as they gained their second victory of the Intramural football season and maintained a perfect record in their drive to capture the flag football crown. The Phi Gams broke the ice in the first quarter, scoring on a short run around end with Ron Cooper carrying the ball. The Fijis scored again in the second quarter with George Stevens going around end for the marker after taking a lateral pass from Jim Goss. Lightning struck for the Taus in the form of Jim Noble as he took a kickoff in the second quarter right after a Fiji score, and went all the way for ATO's lone TD. Myles Wilder passed to Leroy Small for the conversion to account for all of ATO’s points. Th...

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Tiger of the Week [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

Tiger of the Week By GARY RHEINSCHILD The Tiger Orange and Black tasted its first Conference win of the season last Saturday afternoon at Redlands when it rolled over the Bulldogs by a score of 21 to 7 to spoil their annual homecoming fray. No small part in this victory w'as played by a fired-up Bengal line which displayed sensational offensive blocking and defensive rushing. Playing heads-up football at the tackle spot was Jim Parish, who opened up big holes in the Bulldogs' defensive wall and participated in almost every tackle. For his inspired play, he was chosen Tiger of the Week by the Oxy coaches. Jim. whose nickname is Thor for good reason, stands 5 feet 11 inches and weighs 200 pounds of bone and sinew. He is a product of Belmont’ High where he lettered in football; and despite his youthful 21 years, he knows how to handle himself on the gridiron. Jim’s rugged line play is well known to close followers of the Tiger team for the last two years, during which he made his varsi...

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Tech Tripped In SCIC Meet [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

Tech Tripped In SCIC Meet Oxy’s cross country contingent got off to a fast start for 1952, by winning their first opening conference meet from the runners of Caltech. The first six places went to the hard running spiksters from Oxy with Claude Fiddler leading the pack. Captain Don Monroe, head man on the varsity, and Jim Terrill were tied for the second place spot as they both broke the tape at the same time. Paul Southgate ran a close fourth with Dave Herman and Chuck Norman copping the fifth and sixth spots. Bye This Week With a bye this week, the varsity is building up for the Redlands meet on November 14. Although the times for the for the last meet were not too good, the team work was impressive. Actually the meet with Redlands will be minor compared to the Whittier fracas coming up in the near future. Whittier is favored to win the league this year. They have all the material that they need to cop the cross country crown. Win Brilliant The Frosh came through with a brilliant v...

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Bengal Tanksters Prepared To Meet Improved Tartars [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

Bengal Tanksters Prepared To Meet Improved Tartars By STAN ABBOTT After suffering an 8-3 defeat from the SC Trojans last Saturday, Bengal poloists are favored to win over a much improved Compton JC in Taylor pool Friday. The Tigers beat the Tartars in their last encounter in the Fullerton JC Tournament at Fullerton three weeks ago. is said to be a fairly consistCompton is scouted as being eat scoring machine, especially strong at the forwards and average at guards. The team as a whole Big Score Wednesday at Caltech the Bengals ran up a 14-0 score against a “Tech” squad reported to have been much weaker than the one last year. Thursday Oxy'hosted LACC who twice before have lost to the classy Tigers. The second string played most of the game. Three-Way Tie If the Bengals win the remaining three league games there will be a three-way tie for first place among Oxy, El Camino, and unbeaten Fullerton, who just squeezed by powerful El Camino by one point, before.they all go into the fourwa...

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A Familiar Story [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

A Familiar Story The procession moves slowly ahead. The young woman in a blue sweater nervously worries her knitting. A fellow behind her absently buttons and unbuttons the- top button of his gaudy sports shirt. A shy newcomer gazes hungrily into the distance, his eyes settling finally on the last rays of the setting sun. The slow shuffling begins again. One hundred pair of eyes strain anxiously toward their long-awaited destination. Suddenly the air of quiet resignation is shattered by the unruly appearance of Me-first-get-out-of-the-way-Harry. Oblivious to the disdainful glances directed his way by the patient ones, he swaggers past the shy newcomer still gazing at the sunset, past the fellow absently buttoning his shirt, and even past the girl in the blue sweater. Spying a boy who had casually nodded to him two weeks ago in the quad, Harry blusters up to him, slaps him heartily on the back, and exclaims: “Long time no see, but then I’m always in a hurry, anyhow. You won’t mind if...

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BOX ONE [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

BOX ONE By Red Gresham Last week in Fang magazine there was an article entitled “The Rush.” It dealt with the period in many Freshmen’s lives when they take part in the merry whirligig of “brotherly frolic” labeled “Hypocrisy Week.” We are both obviously referring to formal rushing which is now drawing near an end for the men. While Fang dealt with one side of this event (humorously, Editor Hansen assured me), I would like with your kind indulgence to try a little different slant on things. Though my remarks are directed primarily to the men rushees, they might possibly have some significance to sorority rushing which starts soon. The main thing to remember is that fraternities are not a life and death matter. (Sometimes I'm afraid that the Greeks are the worst offenders here.) If you don’t get a bid, it is no reason to drop out of school and wear black for the next five years. Too many people seem to forget this when they’re going through rushing. The world will keep right on rotat...

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Oops, Was That A Surprise Dip! [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

Oops, Was That A Surprise Dip! By JANICE DEAN Though axles break and tempers rise, Oxy needs its dips. But our rutted terra firma breeds many tiger snarls. Remember what happens when . . . Wham! A delivery truck crosses one. Smash! Groan! A hardspringed Ford jounces the next. The Dips have their day. Yet this doesn’t mean we are not warned of their presence. Either huge 3 by 2 feet letters on the pavement or a stop sign mark the hazards. Happily the function of these cement gulleys becomes apparent during the rainy season, the flood time, the wear-your-hip-boots sort of weather. They are fabricated creek beds, which slough off Oxy’s hill water to the nether regions. Notice the fine pipes on each side of the roadway. From their steely yaws gush streams of HsO. The Dips funnel these torrents underground. Without them Oxy would be a lake, a mire, a moggy mess. Orr gardens could Cultivate themselves in Orr lounge. The president’s house would slip over the hill. Fortunately, the city of ...

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Jaux Pas [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

Jaux Pas by Utzinger and Ming For the sake of those who don’t take French 30 the title of this weekly piece means (in literal translation) false step. Whether this should be considered a description of the literary quality of the column (as one contributor to this paper would have you believe) or merely a definition of its contents will be left up to the final judgement of the reader. We claim no rhinestone for our navel. * * * We have noted with some alarm what seems of late to be the beginnings of new obsession. We refer to the vast deodorization campaign which is being carried to the far corners of our country. No one knows just how far this trend will go, but the end is not in sight. You walk into a drug store—can you get a tube of tooth paste that's not green? Not on your life! We watch with horror as the sales of air-wick, chlorophyl tablets, chewing gum, and underarm sprays sky-rocket. (A whole new area of material has been opened which the college humor magazines and radio c...

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IKE'S LANDSLIDE GAIN BEGINS NEW GOP ERA [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

IKE'S LANDSLIDE GAIN BEGINS NEW GOP ERA By STEVE SALSBURY After 20 years the Republicans have won a general election and it looks as though they will have a majority in both the House and the Senate. Among the highlights in the election have been the first Republican cracking of the Solid South since Herbert Hoover did it in 1928. Eisenhower ran strongly in all Southern States and took Virginia, Oklahoma, Florida. Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Kentucky. Now that the election is over we might ask ourselves the question, “What does it all mean?” Some Democrats have said it will mean bread lines by January, depression in July, and war with Russia by next November. Other Democrats have said that a Republican victory will mean a fascist dictatorship, and a return to the 1890's. At the risk of being called a traitor to my party, a false prophet, or a cynic, here is what I think will happen: First on the domestic level. There will be no change in Social Security, except a slight tightenin...

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Coed Thinks Uniforms ’Jke Driver's [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 7 November 1952

Coed Thinks Uniforms ’Jke Driver's When asked by a student pollster whether she prefered male students in ROTC uniforms or in civilian dress, an Akron University coed replied, “If they wear uniforms then they don’t have to buy so many clothes. That leaves them with more money to spend on me.”' From another coed, “I like civilian clothes better because the only way you can tell the Air Force men from the bus drivers is the way they tilt their •» fa n

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