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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
THE OCCIDENTAL Published every Friday during the school year except the first and last weeks of school by the Associated Students of Occidental College. Office; Ground Floor, Freeman Student Union Telephone: Albany 1151—Ext. 43 Press of the Compton Printing Co., 1029 W. Washington Blvd. Los Angeles Member; Associated Collegiate Pres* Represented Nationally; National Advertising Service Editor News Editors.... Doreen Bradley Joyce Conger Feature Editor Jan Kerr Copy Editor Ron Hayes Hank Dickson Sports Editor Doug Hawkes Society Editor Joan Angus Business Manager. .Doug Smoyer Circulation Jim McCloskey Cartoonists—Walter Greenup. Bob Hansen, Chuck Welborne. Sports Staff—Stan Abbott, Bruce Cathcart, Johnny Fisher, Tom Peterson . Dick Sovde, Jim Terrill, Bert Woodruff and Gary Rheinschild. Reporters Joan Davis, Vivian Denlstoun, Patsy Moisling, Jerrie Green Rachael Bryant, Martie Webster, Ann Watkins, Bay Scroggs, Rosie Chamberlain, Martha Adams, Steve Salsbury, Ken Jenkins. Diane Kels...
TIGER GROWLS [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
TIGER GROWLS A Mixup To whom it may concern: To whose oversight may we attribute the magnificent planning blunder of Armistice Day which allowed a woman’s assembly in Alumni Chapel and the AFROTC ceremony in the quad to occur at exactly the same time? Each, thereby, nullified the effectiveness of the other. The cadets suffered fi’cm the lack of an audience and only occasional words of the assembly speaker were heard by the girls above the sounds of drum cadence, bugle calls, band music and gun shots. How could this have happened here? Carl Ginet John Utzinger 6rr! In answer to the Tiger Growl of last week: The AFROTC is not interested in what schedule the wartime Italian trains ran on but does want it known that Redlands requested us to sit it out due to extent of their halftime activities. (Homecoming.) The band agreed by unanimous decision. Sergeant in the Air Science Department. Double Grr! At the Redlands game there were no wires crossed up. The director of the Redlands Band cam...
Mouse Chews on Angela's Pillow [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Mouse Chews on Angela's Pillow By JUNE DAWSON Working and worshipping alongside students from eight countries this summer was a moving experience for two Oxy juniors. Angela Castell and Dale Bruner were sent to Germany by the Hollywood Presbyterian Church to participate in a work camp sponsored by the World Council of Churches. Thirty-seven Dutch, Danish, French, English, Italian, Swiss, American and German students made up the group. Living quarters were in the British sector of Berlin, and “home” was four tents set up in the middle of an international campus which housed students from the Free University of Berlin. A mouse family shared Angela's tent, and she assures us that it was most unpleasant to hear the animals chewing her pillow during the night. Berlin is still full of wrecked buildings and debris. The war could have ended seven days ago instead of seven years. Angela tells us that people are extremely friendly in the Western zone, and are eager to help strangers. But in t...
Bengal Hanna Has Lots of ?! ? Talents [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Bengal Hanna Has Lots of ?! ? Talents By DIANE KELSEY One of the easiest men to spot and hardest to stop around the campus is Oxy’s Jackof-all-trades and m ast e r of most, senior Frank Hanna. Frank's first official appearance of the year was at the Barbeque, where he put in a gruelling afternoon of square dance calling. Besides this, Frank entertained the crowd With his fast and furious Spike Jones imitations and risked his versatile neck at the rodeo shooting full-front photos of steers. Bringing his diverse talents to Oxy from lowa’s Graceland College, Frank was soon in demand as official Bengal photographer, and is currently putting his calling experience to good use as president of Oxy’s new and energetic square dance club, "Fairs and Squares.’’ Frank also loves "good’’ music, from classical to western, sings bass in the Oxy Glee Club, plays the guitar and ukelele, and says his Spike Jones act “sorta comes natcherly!” And, as if that weren’t enough, he raises orchids in his "sp...
Oxy's Grid Is Used All Year [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Oxy's Grid Is Used All Year By ELSIE FOREMAN Patterson Field does not lie idle when Tiger gridmen are absent, says Lodi Galassi, graduate manager. The field facilities are rented out to local high schools, junior colleges and professional groups. Oxy’s gridiron is one of the finest in this area. It has the finest set of lights for a stadium its size on the west coast, which the rentals have helped pay for. Preparing the field for a rentee is quite a job, Galassi pointed out. The stands must be washed down, swept, and the reserved sections marked off. Incidentally, all work is done by students furnished through the Aid Program. A Ticket Change Fund is set up. The tickets are audited and distributed to each ticket box. Concession provisions must be bought and set up. After the game the gate receipts are audited in the Graduate Manager’s office and a complete financial report Is sent to the school. For these superior Oxy services schools and other groups shell out a flat rental fee for...
EHBSman [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
EHBSman It has recently come to my attention that there are faults inherent in photography. I have always been one to praise the merits of this esoteric art. More than one afternoon has been eaten away by pouring over my huge black book of shiny rectangular blurs. And how many Good Christians have subjected their friends to a close scrutiny of their homely, uninteresting, and obscure relatives? When visting friends, if you but care to let the conversation drag, out from their dusty hiding - place come infinite numbers of these cherished Kodak phenomenon. They usually begin with recent pictures which are not too bad—this is to encourage you. But when you have taken the bait, you're finished. Great stacks of pictures appear from nowhere and you hove no choice but to settle back and look. “And this is a picture of my sister before she broke her—before her accident. She was such a beautiful child.” You smile and agree, although she was obviously not. In fact, it appears, she looked wors...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Press' Power Shown Again The following are examples Want ad in the Michigan of why it pays to advertise. State News: "Single room for From the UCLA Daily Bruin: male student with parking “Will the blonde young lady space, on east side of Lansing.” who wore sun glasses Thurs- From the Daily Texan: "Lost day morning (besides other Saturday night—Pair of light things) be in the cafeteria be- weight trousers, lettered between 11 and 12 a.m.?” Bak.” Whether it’s a junker 0 worth two bits or a brand new Ford, we sell ’em, service ’em and fix ’em better than people. COLORADO MOTORS 1826 Colorado Blvd. Eagle Rock CL. 7-8201
Speech Team Takes 3rd in Tournament [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Speech Team Takes 3rd in Tournament Oxy’s forensics team under the guidance of Dr. Norman Freestone grabbed off third place in the Santa Barbara Individual events tournament last weekend. Seven speakers entered in a total of fourteen events were able to garner eleven prize certificates for superior and excellent performances. Leading the way were AnnMarie Frostig, Peggy Keller, Jim Croxton, and Joe Wise who received two certificates apiece. Steve Salesbury, John Graham, and Merrill Francis ca m e through with one certificate apiece. The events these speakers participated in were: discussion, extemporaneous speaking, oratory and interpretive reading. The next major tournament tor Oxy’s speakers will be the Western States finals which will be held at Denver over Thanksgiving vacation. A local tournament will be held at Long Beach City College on December 12 and 13.
Plans Underwayfor Annual ICC Dance [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Plans Underwayfor Annual ICC Dance Plans are now being made for the annual ICC dance to be held February 21. The location has not as yet been decided on but it will be in the PasadenaPomona area, planners declare. At a dinner meeting held November 4 at Oxy the committee appointed Caltech and Scripps as co-chairmen to look for a site and band. Dress for the affair will be dressy. Plans will be more definite after the December 1 meeting to be held at Pomona. Schools included in the ICC are Oxy, Pomona, Claremont, Scripps, Redlands, Caltech and Chapman.
Aid Solicited For Refugees [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Aid Solicited For Refugees As a result of a recent appeal by Congressman Walter H. Judd, chairman of Aid Refugee Chinese Intellectuals, Inc., Oxy is joining other colleges and groups in a drive to aid Hong Kong refugees from Communnism. It is estimated that two thousand of these people who are registered with the ARCI are alumni of American colleges. That these scholars can be moved to Formosa and rehabilitation is quite possible. A gift of 350 dollars will save one family for a life of future usefulness. Any contributions will be taken by Miss Jean Faule, Administration office. ARCI is a private philanthropic agency, non-political and non-partisan, founded in February 1952. It is primarily
Student Church To Hear Jones [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Student Church To Hear Jones Rev. Elmer Jones, Occidental graduate of 1929, will be guest speaker this Sunday at Student Church. The title of his sermon is “Be Ye Doers.” Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of San Fernando, Rev. Jones is also father of Barbara Jones, a sophomore here. While attending Oxy he belonged to the D.O. organization and the Psi Delta Chi fraternity. A view' of Scotland and its religion will be given by Rev. William H. Goodall this Sunday at Fireside Fellowship. The program will begin at 6:45 p.ra. in the Women’s Lounge. Rev. Goodall, who has been conducting a preaching tour throughout the United States, will speak on the comparison between the Church of Scotland (Presbyterian) and that of the Presbyterian iJ.S.A. He discussed the same topic recently at a meeting of the pre-theo-logical students on campus.. Vespers will meet as usual in the Music Chapel at 6:45 next Thursday evening. Roger Pelz and Delores Depew are in charge of this committee. concerned ...
Recent Alums Given Orders [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
Recent Alums Given Orders Two prominent Occidental alumni, John Ingle, ’5O, and Ron Stout, ’52, recently received reserve commissions in the U. S. Navy at the Naval Officer Candidate School, Newport, Rhode Island. They were among 880 navy' enlistees with college degrees who were commissioned under this program. Their commissions came after an intensive four month training program in basic sea going skills. Ingle, who majored in speech while at Oxy, was prominent in dramatics and forensics activities prior to his enlistment in the Navy in September of 1951. He spent one year as an instructor in the Speech Department. Stout received his B.A. in PreMed last June and was immediately ' inducted, into the Navy. ■Both of these men will now be assigned as junior officers in one of the . Navy’s expanding fleets.
NEWS BITS [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
NEWS BITS Biologists raid friends are Invited to hear Dr. James F. Mead talk on “The Effects of Radiations on Living Cells with Special Applications on Humans” at the next meeting of the club, November 19, 7:30 p.m. in Fowler 28. According to Joel Davis, director, all those interested in trying out for any part in the musicale for next spring are urged to keep the dates of December 8, 9 and 10 open. At the next meeting of the Oxy Geology club, one of the head men from the Standard Oil Company will be guest speaker. All those who are interested in coming must pay up the dues according to president Ross' Ellis.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 14 November 1952
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