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BASQUE ENTERTAINERS TO PERFORM IN THORNE HALL [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
BASQUE ENTERTAINERS TO PERFORM IN THORNE HALL Basque Dancers will be the feature of the second Artist Series to be presented next Monday at 8:15 p.m. in Belle Wilber Thorne Hall. These dancers come from their native land —six provinces in the western Pyrenees—Euzkadi, and have adopted the Basque name for this country as their own. 1500 Years Old Their origin dates back 1500 years, and their civilization boasts a rich culture. They are a lively people and this vitality is shown in their music and their dances. The Basques have a saying which pretty well sums up this spirit: “Where there is a Basque, there is a beret. Where there are two Basques, you have a jal alai game. Where there ■ are three Basques, you have a choir.” The program will consist of Basque choral music and two tableaux. One of the tableaux will concern Basque Country Life, the other a Fiesta in a Basque Village. Tnfeee tableaus will feature representative singing and dancing and the ancient musical instruments which ...
Forest Lawn Entries Urged [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Forest Lawn Entries Urged Students were reminded this week by Hank Dickson, Alpha Phi Gamma president, that competition in the forthcoming Forest Lawn Journalism contest is open to all undergraduate students, not just English majors. Alpha Phi Gamma is again sponsoring the promotion of the contest on the local campus. Prize money totals $12,500. Dickson stressed that while the contest is officially titled a “journalism” competition, no previous journalistic skill or experience is necessary. “The contest simply calls for two compositions—one, 500 and one 750 words,” he added. “The topic for one is to be drawn from a list of prescribed subjects, while the other is to be a personality sketch or a discussion of a campus or community problem.” A kick-off banquet is planned soon for a downtown restaurant, to be followed by a tour of the plant of one of the metroplitan dailies.
Oxy Seniors Chosen For 'Who's Who' List [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Oxy Seniors Chosen For 'Who's Who' List Nineteen Occidental College seniors have been accepted for recognition in the 1952-53 edition of “Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Univertities”, according to an annuoncement this week by President Arthur G. Coons. They are Roberta Cook, Theodore Pei ; it, Jr., Ann Radford. Margaret Reavis and Donald .G. Ziegler, Los Angeles; Rusty Lynch. South Pasadena; Janice'Johnson and Dixon Trueblood Jr., Altadena; Robert M. Hinshaw, Glendale; Marcia Chanmess, Burbank. Laird Facey, San Fernando; Thomas R. McCullough, Fillmore: Genie Nelson. Santa Paula; Bruce Gilliland, Huntington Park; Clara Thompson, San Pedro; Stephen M. Salsbury, San Diego; Nancy Lee Martin, Orosi; Allen *B, Gresham, El Centro; and Charles E. Lind, Bellingham, Washington were also chosen. Selection of nominees for this honor is conducted by campus committees, who then submit their choice to the Who’s Who national organization. Nominating committees consider scholarshi...
Plans for Homecoming Revealed by Chairmen [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Plans for Homecoming Revealed by Chairmen Spreading the welcome mat for Tiger alumni next Saturday, Occidental Homecoming spokesmen announce plans for an almost 24-hour round of activities, including pre-game activities, open house, an alumni banquet, and a Homecoming dance, all to follow tire theme of Harvest Holiday. —————— 1 Alumni will start their acti-vity-filled day with registration, conducted by alumni Mortar Board groups- in the quad at 1:00 p.m. states Marcia Chamness. in charge of the day. Pre-game festivities, scheduled to roll at lr3o, will include a parade of the Tiger Princess and her attendants, alumni officials, and yell and song leaders; awarding of trophies to the winners in the dorm decoration competition; and the crowning of the Princess by Alumni Chairman Peter Gostovich. Busy Half-Time Kick off time for the pigskin tussle is 2:00 p.m., with lots of special doings slated for halftime. Dan Oredson and Bill Hazen, handling card stunts, reveal the theme of Harvest...
Alumni Will Honor Seniors [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Alumni Will Honor Seniors Seniors were invited this week to attend a program given in their behalf as part of the Homecoming activities Saturday, November 22, at 11 a.m. in the Women’s Lounge. Outstanding alumni talent has been lined up for the interesting half-hour program, according to Pat Miller, ’4O, who extended the invitation to the members of the class of ’53. Quartet Sings A quartet composed of Hoyt Smith '44. Burt Jones ’42, Aido Buonaguidi ’49 and Gene White ’42 will sing “Poor Old Jack” and “Bury the Old Sagehen” from the Alumni Day Show “Remember When” presented three years ago.
ROIC Lauds Dead; AAS Initiates 25 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
ROIC Lauds Dead; AAS Initiates 25 Honoring the American dead of all wars, the Occidental Air Force ROTO unit Tuesday at 11 a.m., were reviewed in an Armistice Day program in Bell Quadrangle by Lt. Col. Loren S. Nickels, commanding officer; his staff; President Arthur G. Coons; and Dean Glenn S. Dumke. A marching demonstration by the unit was followed by the playing of taps, the firing of three memorial volleys by a rifle squad, a demonstration of precision drilling by the drill team, and a concert by the ROTC band. Tuesday night •the Occidental chapter of the Arnold Air Society concluded the ROTC unit’s Armistice Day observance by Initiating 25 upper class members of the unit who have distinguished themselves in scholarship, ROTC achievement, and student activities. The new members are Duane Cain, Ronald Cooper, Dudley Frank, Robert Fra/ik, Carl Ginet, Russell Groat, Gary Hall, Roger Harway, Jack Joyce, Gerald La Fleur, Dennis Little, Jack McNally, Ben Massey, Bud Meeker, Charles Mi...
Roasted Sagehen on the Menu for Hot Bonfire Rally [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Roasted Sagehen on the Menu for Hot Bonfire Rally Burning in effigy, a Pomona man will set off a blaze of excitement at the pre-Pomona game Bonfire Rally next Friday night at 6:30 p.m. on the baseball field. Bengal Board chairman Bill Hazen and Graduate Manager Lodi Galassi have promised an evening of cheer, spirit and erftertainment. Fire Limit The 'bonfire, highlight of the activity, will be as large as fire regulations permit—lo feet by 15 feet square—and will be guarded from Pomona invaders until the lighting ceremony by shifts of frosh men under the supervision of Roger MacGregor and freshman prexy Ed Forcier. The freshman class has collected a huge store of logs and boxes for fuel, and has made arrangements for- poles with which to build the cage for the bonfire. Senior Players Honored Since the seniors of the football squad will be playing their last game for Oxy Saturday afternoon on our field, the rally will honor these eleven men who will open the ceremony in the tradition...
Robinson to Appear In Travel Series [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Robinson to Appear In Travel Series “Austria,” an all-color film story of what remains today of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, will be presented by the photog-rapher-lecturer, Karl Robinson, as the second event in the Travel Series in Thorne Hall, November 25, at 8:15 p.m. Presented in Robinson’s characteristic informal way, the program will give viewers an interpretation of Austrian people and their way of life, as well as a survey of the country’s famous 1a n dmarks, cathedrals, shops, arts and crafts. Robinson has made in excess of a thousand personal appearances in recent years and is many times a world traveler.
Seven Rank High In Princess Race [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Seven Rank High In Princess Race Bengal voters nominated seven senior women as top contenders for Homecoming Tiger Princess and attendants in balloting this week, according to Romey Ufholtz, ASOC vice-presi-dent. Top balloting went to Doris Chien- Ann Radford, Margie Kirkpatrick, Elenore Myers, Nancy Nay Penny, Nan Martin and Rusty Lynch. Miss Chien was co-chairman of the Cosmopolitan Club last year and active in the art club. She has been a Tiger Tap, Miss Radford was May Day chairman and sponsor chairman last year. Miss Kirkpatrick has been a Tiger Tap and active in Mortar Board. She has been a varsity song leader and chairman of the procession of lanterns. Miss Myers is a transfer from Glendale JC. She was honorary lieutenant colonel of the AFROTC military ball last year and is a member of Psi Chi. Mrs. Penny was last year’s AWS secretary and varsity song leader. Miss Martin is president of Mortar Board and was Residence Council president last year. Miss Lynch is a member of mort...
Orchestra Plans Concert, Violin Concerto Featured [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Orchestra Plans Concert, Violin Concerto Featured The Oxy Orchestra will present its first ctfhcert of the 1952-53 series, under the direction of Mr. Laurls Jones of the instrument department in Alumni Hall on November 24, starting at 8:00 p.m. According to Mr. Jones this will be one of the most outstanding musical events to be presented at the college this year. Featured as a part of this evening of music will be Mary Alyce Marshall and Tom Paul playing the Bach Concerto for two violins and a clarinet sextet with Bruce Baggett, Arthur Crouch, Barbara Greeley, Julius Grollman, Dan Remeta and Chuck Thele participating. Also having a prominent place on the program will be the Handel Trio for horn and two clarinets. It will be the first performance for this musical number at Oxy. Bruce Baggett, Allen Guse and Richard Waller make up the group. The orchestra itself is planning to present such numbers as the Mozart Symphony No. 24, a group of Rumanian dances, and the Suite in E flat by Ho...
Class Takes Service [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Class Takes Service Freshmen will be in charge of student church on November 23 for the first time in Occidental history. Lynn Helm, social chairman, is in charge of the planning. Students taking part will be Sue Smith, John Connolly, and Dave Ford and others. Dr. Hu Noble will deliver the sermon. The 11:30 a.m. service will be open to the whole student body, but all Freshmen are especially urged to attend.
Halls Lend Aid To Help Girls [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Halls Lend Aid To Help Girls Six girls’ dormitories are again this semester lending financial support to two war children through the Foster Parents’ Plan. In Haines Hall, Mary Lou Hartsough, treasurer of the dorm, was responsible for collecting $9O this semester in order to send financial aid to 14-year-old Jantze Daleman of Holland through the plan. The girls in the dorm also hope to send Jantze special birthday and Christmas gifts. Through the aid of Haines during the past few years, Jantze, whose father is not living, is being able to obtain an education in one of the Dutch schools. Through the combined efforts of Orr, Erdman, Campus House, La Casa and Armadale, another war child, Petrina Arghyriou of Greece, is being supported. Both this semester and last, $9O was collected in these dorms to send to Petrina through the Foster Parents’ Plan, according to Sandy Robbins, head of the project. In her letters to the Oxy girls supporting her, Petrina reveals a great interest in her st...
Organization Holds Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Organization Holds Dinner Initiating some 16 new members next Tuesday evening will be the local chapter of Alpha Phi Gamma, when the group holds its first dinner meeting of the year at 6:15 p.m. in the Green Room of the Student Union. Hank Dickson, president of the group, says that a brief discussion of the coming Forest Lawn Journalism contest will be the feature of after-dinner activities. A first-rate writer from one of the metropolitan dailies has been lined up to explain some of the points to keep in mind for this contest, Dickson said. Gil Brown, national secretary of APG, will be among the guests if his duties in the publicity department at Redlands University permit.
Guy and Harris Portray Leads In Shaw's Xeasar & Cleopatra' [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Guy and Harris Portray Leads In Shaw's Xeasar &amp; Cleopatra' Ceasar and Cleopatra, George Bernard Shaw’s popular play, is slated to be given next Thursday and Friday nights by the Oxy Players. Thorne 8 is to be the site for this Playmill reading program which will begin at 8 o’clock, stated director Ming Cho Lee. Guy, Harris in Title Roles Portraying the title characters are Darryl Guy and Ann Harris. Also in the cast are Diane Woodford as Ftatateeta, Bill McKenzie as Apollodorus, Omar Paxon as Rufio, and Carl Ginet as Britannus. The play expresses Shaw’s idea of superman; the qualities he endows in Ceasar show this. It is said that this drama is a perfect balance between the Shaw philosophy and his action and characterization tec hniques. Lindsley Gives Prologue A prologue, which will be interpreted and given by Dr. Charles F. Lindsley, chairman of the speech department, will be included. Other roles will be filled by Joel Davis, Dave Ellington, Charles Winn, Jim Warner, ...
Fund Started For Memorial [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Fund Started For Memorial Last Sunday evening saw the passing of Occidental alumna Georgina Milligan Skejeie. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at the Eagle Rock Presbyterian Church. Chaplain Hubert Noble officiated. Active on the Oxy campus, Mrs. Skjeie belonged to Mortar Board, Phi Beta Kappa, and participated in Student Church and the music department. After her graduation in 1946 and marriage to Dick Skjeie (also an Oxy alum), she and her husband served as house parents of Wylie Hall for four years. Plans have been made for the establishment of a Georgina Skjeie Memorial Fund at Occidental College. It has not been absolutely decided, but it is hoped that the fund may be used to start us on the way to an organ for Alumni Chapel. Anyone wishing to share in this may send checks to the college designating them for the fund.
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