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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
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HENS INVADE TIGER LAIR Oxy Favored In Grid Tiff [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
HENS INVADE TIGER LAIR Oxy Favored In Grid Tiff By TOM PETERSON It’s Tigers vs. Sagehens in their 52nd annual crosstown gridiron tremender at Pattersdn Field tomorrow afternoon at 2 o’clock. It’s Jim Regan, Dick McCullough and Matt Kurilich vs. Larry Wedel, Miller Smith and Bill Schmide in a red-hot scoring duel, the likes - of which local fans may not have seen since last year’s wild 42-20 clash between these two hated rivals. It’s Co-Captains George McGowan and A 1 Padilla along with Gordon Wells, Jim Parrish, Rudy Gallardo, Rukty Miller, Don Skraba, Phil Jordan and Don Yokaitis vs. Chuck Carpenter, Buck Packard, Bob Vender Reith, Bill Barrington, Bob Rowe and A 1 Ruby in a real rock-and-sock-’em defensive struggle. Seniors' Last It’s a battle for second-place honors in the Southern California Intercollegiate Conference, and a possible tie with Whittier for top laurels if Redlands can knock off the Poets Saturday. It’s also that time in which seniors Padilla, G, Wells, D. Wells, P...
Frosh Grab Win Over Sagehen Grids [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Frosh Grab Win Over Sagehen Grids Led by two fine running backs and a small but fighting forward wall, the Oxy Frosh eleven scored three quick TD’s in the first half to pull out a 20-13 thriller over the Sage- chicks of Pomona, last Friday on the losers’ field. Marv Laustraunu, who had a great day for the Oxy cause, broke the game wide open on the second play of the encounter with a beautiful 69-yard jaunt down the side lines for the first Tiger tally. Don Lyons passed easily for the point after. Following the kickoff, a short Hen drive was broken up by Brad Underwood and Harris Hartman, who both saw a lot of action all day for the Bengals. After an exchange of punts, it was Pomona’s turn to boot one, and Don Lyons took over single handed by blocking the kick and on the first time he carried the ball booming around right end on an optional pass-run for 33 yards and six more points for the Orange and Black. On another option Lyons broke away for 35 yards and Laustaunu was again given...
Bengal Banter [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Bengal Banter By Ben Gull and Ty Gerr ORCH I D S . . . Go to the opaque and vermillion cleatsters who sloshed through the local shale vineyard to a 22-12 crunching over the slip-stick stalwarts from the seismograph edifices in the hamlet of the American beauties. ON I ON S . . . To the J. P. Souza melodeers whose ribboned pavillion patio was glaringly vacuous last sea-food diem when a moderate expose from Jupiter Pluvious enshivered the brass bellowers and tub swabbers into enclosed sanctuaries. GERANIUMS ... To the bedlam revivaleers of the stripped lair whose larynx loquacity over the partisan A. C. amplifier enriched a would be hueless moleskin melee. GARLIC . . . Goes to the ristaff portion of the insignia-donned-on-pectoral-region, grecian lobby who pigeonholed a sojourn on the very post meridian of an association rendition.
HAWK’S EYE VIEW [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
HAWK’S EYE VIEW By Doug Hawkes Hen-Tiger Rivalry Come kickoff time tomorrow our old friend Cecil Sagehen will tackle a ferocious Oswald, the big bad Bengal Tiger, for the umpteenth time in one of the oldest grid rivalries on the West Coast. Fifty-two times have these two tangled to decide which was the master of the long green. Let’s turn back the pigskin pages to an ancient day in December of 1895 Where the gridiron representatives of Oswald -swallowed the Sagehen with one big glilp by the delicious morsel of 16-0. after one of the most successful campaigns in the history of the school. El Trojan also fell to the men of Oxy. After a four year blank the rivalry was resumed in 1900 only to see that saucy Sage thing grab Oswald's tender tail 17 times while the local Feline couldn't grab a thing. Dean Cromwell, captaining the Orange and Ebony gang in 1901, provided reason for a lot of optimism on the local field. But this feeling of victory was deflated rapidly when Cromwell was remove...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS Name Wt. Pos. 44 Joe DeCarolis 185 LER 52 Gordon Wells 205 LTR 50 A 1 Padilla 190 LGR 40 Rudy Gallardo 195 C 49 Don Headlund .172 RGL Wt. Name 191 Al Dias 55 190 Al Smith 42 190 Ernie Rogers 54 220. Bill Barrington 52 176 Bruce Prestwich 21 59 Jim Parrish 200 RTL 185 Ron Starkey 48 52 Dick Wells 185 REL 180 Ken Irvin 28 23 Phil Lozano 170 Q 195 ... Cedric Scott 44 19 Jim Regan 175 LHR 174 Herb Hafif 45 25 D. McCullough .174 RHL 160 Bill Schmidt 20 33 Keith Noonan 195 F 175 Larry Wedel 26 * 189 —Average Weight Line—l9o 181—Average Weight Backfield —176 185 —Average Weight Team—lB3
Tigers Topple Caltech Noonan. McCullough Lead Bengal Victory in Mud [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Tigers Topple Caltech Noonan. McCullough Lead Bengal Victory in Mud By JOHNNY FISHER After trailing an inspired Engineer eleven 12 to 6 at one stage of the game, the Occidental Bengal® bounced back and rallied in the second half to score an expected triumph, 22 to 12, last Friday night on Patterson Field. Playing in front of probably the smallest gathering to attend an Oxy football function in the last two years, Matt Kurilich of the Bengals carried off high-point honors for the night with ease, scoring ten of his team’s eventual 22 markers. Runback After returning the opening kickoff eighty-nine yards to score, “Mad Matthew” lobbed a pass to Joe DeCamlis, Tiger left end, for a conversion later in the game and wound up personal festivities with a perfect split of the uprights for a field goal (second of the year) and three more notches in the final period. A seventy-two yard gallop by breakaway artist Jim Reagan in the third quarter supplied the needed stimulus to the Bengal attack ...
Kappa Sigs Rap Phi Gams 147 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Kappa Sigs Rap Phi Gams 147 By Bert Woodruff By pushing over a touchdown in the last ten seconds of play, Kappa Sigma eked out a 14 to 7 victory over Phi Gamma Delta in a Monday-afternoon grid titantic that may have decided the IM football championship. With the scorekeeper and the timekeeper both almost packed up and ready to make a dash for the Union line, Doug Hawkes of KZ took the ball deep in Phi Gam territory and lobbed a short pass to Merv Cooper who practically swallowed the ball in the PGD end zone for the deciding TD. McCready Stopped - Kappa Sigma opened the scoring late in the first quarter when Merv Cooper, after taking a pass from Mike McCready, was stopped just short of the PGD goal line. But, on the ensuing play, McCready uncorked his passing arm again, this time throwing to Hawkes &gt; n the flat for the first TD of the game. Hawkes added the extra point. PGD's only score came early in the second quarter when Lou Moreno passed to Jim Goss who in turn lateral...
Tiger of the Week [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Tiger of the Week By GARY RHEINSCHILD That “Human Tank,’’ Keith Noonan, played a brilliant game last Friday night on Patterson Field, as the Tiger Gold and Black tasted its second consecutive victory of the season in defeating the Engineers by a score of 22 to 12. For his outstanding performance, Keith was chosen Tiger of the Week by the Engineer and Tiger coaches. Keith has been a real workhorse this season with his powerful running. The Engineers, as did other opposing teams this year, had their hands full in trying to stop him. It is gratifying to see Keith receive this week’s “El Tigre” award for he has played outstanding ball week in and week out during the season. His powerful running should cause the Bengal’s archrivals, the Sagehens, much grief next Saturday. A Glendale Higher Keith hails from Glendale High where he lettered in football and -track. He has made his varsity letter in both sports for the last two years at Oxyville. At a height of 5 ft. 8 in., he weighs a compac...
Harriers Meet Poet Crucial [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Harriers Meet Poet Crucial Coach Payton Jordan leads his Oxy cross country contingent to Whittier today for what could be the toughest dual meet the Tigers have encountered in a good number of years. The starting gun will go off at 3:30 p.m. The Poet legmen boast one of the best hill running aggregations ever to grace the SCIC courses and are gunning for a , win today. The victor will undoubtedly emerge as conference champion. Headed by Russ Bonham and deep in reserves with Stan Waltmier, Bob Keck and Bob Weed backing up, the Quakers •will be favored over a Jordan coached team for the first time in the last five years. The first three men on the Poet squad, Bonham, Waltmier and Wed, sport faster times than Oxy’s Claude Fiddler, Jim Terrill and Don Munroe
★ Reason to be Proud [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
★ Reason to be Proud We are on the march! Occidental moves forward! There is on this campus today a verve, a spirit, an evidence of an inner confidence that assures future development which will be satisfying to all. This is our word to all the household as we gather for Homecoming Day. - Our tribal rites, our historic rivalry, our exuberance of athletic spirit are but the counterparts in one aspect of our community life of other qualities here manifest. Alumni should be proud of a student group from which came 400 volunteers to engage in party precinct work in the national election. The whole college should be proud of the way in which our student government carries on in its collegiate community responsibilities: the Barbecue with 900 in attendance, the conduct of a charitable chest, the support given to the Honor Spirit, the evident concern ovei national and world issues, the large attendance at the Faculty-Student Church Retreat, the promotion of campus cooperation and fellowshi...
BOX ONE [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
BOX ONE By Red Gresham Saturday evening the 327 students who thought enough of their football team to come out and watch it grind out a hard fought victory over Caltech on a .gridiron that was more like a quagmire after the first few plays were treated to a little extra excitement at the game’s end. It .came about something like this. Caltech has _ a pet—a Beaver, which they treasure very dearly. Yet in the excitement of the battle going on out on Patterson Lake, they sorely neglected their hallowed quadruped to the extent of leaving him setting on the field completely unchaperoned and obviously so. It lust so happened that an alert Occidental student, who numbers among his vices that of being a kleptomaniac, was passing by. He just couldn’t resist, so Occidental became the proud, though temporary, possessors of one stuffed beaver. Now to the point of this dissertation. After the game, a few (30-40) hotheads led by two rabble-rousers came tor the animal. It was a lesson in mob psych...
Catalogue, Papers Reveal Juicy Bits [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Catalogue, Papers Reveal Juicy Bits By JUNE DAWSON Deadline time is creeping closer. My editor just casually assigned me a story—“a little something on Occidental’s history. For the Homecoming issue.” The rat race is on. . I’m encircled by a stack of yellowing Occidentals and a couple of catalogues, and I hope the frantic research pays off. Pause for adrenalin shot. You know, Oxy’s been around for quite a while now. Back in April, 1887. Occidental Univer- sity was founded. But then it was located in Boyle Heights, on the other side of town. The move to Eagle Rock took place in 1914, and by 1915 enrollment had soared to the unprecedented height of 313. Maybe that move was a good thing. Think of Occidental without its "freedom from the noise and confusion of the city which enables the college to live its life in an environment ol tranquility and beauty." It says here. (Catalogue, page 9.) Somebody hasn’t visited Wylie lately. Oxyites seem pretty much the same in spite of the years. In...