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Tiger Growls [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Tiger Growls Come Quick! Drop in and see us at the Chaplain’s office!—especially if you left something at Camp Colby during the Student-Fac-ulty Retreat. Our lost-and-found department has grown by a pair of red shoes, one modern dance slipper (slightly chewed on by the camp mascot), two ySllow bed socks ahd a pink handkerchief with red and green flowers all over it. Although we’re much attached to these articles, claim them if you belong to them—please! The dignity of our little cubby hole is slowly ebbing away. Sandy Robbins
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 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 Press 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—Waller 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. Bav Scroggs, Rosie Chamberlain, Martha Adams, Steve Salsbury, Ken Jenkins. Dian...
Teacher Exam Deadline Nears [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Teacher Exam Deadline Nears Those students wishing to take the national teacher examination must have their applications and the proper fee in to the Educational Testing Service before January 16, 1953. The test will be given on Saturday, February 14, 1953. Candidates may take the Common Examinations, which include tests in professional information, general culture, English expression and non-verbal reasoning; and one or two of eight optional examinations designed to demonstrate mastery of subject matter to be taught. - Candidates will be advised by their schools or by the school system in which he is seeking employment as to which examination he should take. Application forms and a bulletin of information may be obtained from college officials or school superintendents.
Travel Series Features Film [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Travel Series Features Film Karl Robinson, photographerlecturer, will present the second feature in the Thorne Hall Travel Series, “Austria,” an all color film, next Tuesday at BTIS p.m. The tickets to this event are $1.20 and may be purchased in person at the Thorne Hall offices and by phone reservations. Reserved seats will be held until 8 p.m. the night of the program. The noted lecturer, who has made several globe-encircling trips and well over a thousand personal appearances in the last few years, will interpret the film, which covers Austria geographically from the Tyrol in the west, east to Vienna, now under the Iron Curtain. Despite this barrier, Vienna is still accessible to the traveler through one of the few working agreements between the occupation forces of Europe. This agreement constitutes a monthly rotation of top control in the central zone and so gives the west one of the deepest views found into Communist territory. The film includes a picture of all aspects of Au...
Panel Speaks [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Panel Speaks “Why I Believe My Denomination Best Refl ts the Christian Faith” is to be the topic of a student panel discussion Tuesday, Dec. 2. at 11:00 a.m. The Pre-Theology Club sponsors the program which will take place in the Women’s Lounge. Participating will be Bob Chapman (Presbyterian), Gordon See (Methodist), Bill Campbell (Episcopalian), and Bob Stickney (Congregationalist). After the panel questions will be taken from the floor. Lunch will follow in the Green Room. All interested are invited.
FORENSIC STARS TRAVEL TO DENVER FOR TOURNEY [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
FORENSIC STARS TRAVEL TO DENVER FOR TOURNEY Representing Oxy at the Western States Speech Tournament on November 25-27, four members of the local debate squad Steve Salsbury and Joe Wise in the upper division, Merrill Francis and Jim Lare in lower division will travel to Denver. Accompanying the debators to this tournament of national significance will be Dr. Norman Freestone, forensics director, who will also be attending a meeting of the Western States Speech Association. Extern Speaking Too In addition to debating on the national collegiate question, “Resolved: That the Congress of the United States should enact a compulsory Fair Employment Practises law,” the speakers will also compete in extemporaneous speaking topics dealing with our foreign policy and discussion on the problem, "How can we combat the threat of Communism?” Salsbury is expected to rank high in this event as he walked off with a gold cup In similar competition in Stockton last spring. Wise and Lare will also be ...
Improving ROIC Rifle Defeat Brings New High [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Improving ROIC Rifle Defeat Brings New High A highly-touted Notre Dame rifle team pushed the Oxy AFROTC marksmen to a new high total as they defeated the local squad by a 1896-1806 score last weekend. / Leading the Tiger riflemen was George Chritton with 378, followed closely by Chuck Miller with 367 and Sherm Miller with 365. The leading Notre Dame marksman shot a 392, which is top-notch in the national collegiate circles. In defeat, the Tigers made an advance of 36 points over their 1760 score which they had against Evansville two weeks ago.
Deadline Postponed [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Deadline Postponed The deadline for the Occidental Poetry Contest has been postponed to January 6 of next year. On this date ail manuscripts are due in J24, office of Dr. Kenneth Kurtz, who is again heading the poetry contest committee. The change in deadline date is caused by the three weeks Christmas vacation which ends * on January 4, the previously announced date. This change will give competitors a chance to bring their entries to the office in person instead of mailing them to the college during vacation.
Playmill Staging Sees Final Trip [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Playmill Staging Sees Final Trip “Ceasar and Cleopatra,” the only major playmill production of the semester, rolls into its final performance tonight at 8 p.m. in Thorne 8. Written by George Bernard Shaw, the play incorporates the efforts of the speech department faculty, working closely in the cast with students. Darryl Guy and Ann Harris take the leading roles, supported by Mr. Omar Paxson, Bill McKenzie, Carl Ginet, Diane Woodford and Dave Ellington. Jim Warner, Joel Davis, Dick Waller, Charles Winn, Arline Franck and Dee Moore are other supporting members of the cast. Lombard Narrates Dr. Charles Lindsley, speech department chairman, will be the interpreter for the prologue, while Miss LaNor Lombard will be the narrator. On the technical side of the production, Ming-Cho Lee directs. Qale Dunn stage manages; Nancy Foster and Gordon See are in charge of lighting; Marilyn Burn and Dee Sharpe will be house managers; and Russell Groat is handling the programs. Timely lor Civ Students...
Cafe Offers 'Crazy' Music [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Cafe Offers 'Crazy' Music Local fans of “hot” music will be glad to hear that the Hawaiian Cafe at 5607 N. Figueroa in Highland Park has started continuous entertainment every Friday, Saturday" and Sunday evenings, featuring famous ‘'bop” and “jazz” orchestras. Famous colored instrumentalists are blowing “real crazy music,” according to proprietor Anderson. “It’s music that makes any cool cat get the bop beat running in his blood stream,” he added. There are always two bands blowing continuous music throughout the evening. Wardiel Gray, presently featured saxophone soloist, was formerly with Count Baise and Benny Goodman.
Beach, Galassi, Buonaguidi to Perform for Senior Program [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
Beach, Galassi, Buonaguidi to Perform for Senior Program , Olive Mae Beach ’47, Lodi Galassi ’5O , and Aido Buonaguidi ’49, will perform at the alumni program for seniors tomorrow morning at 11 in the Women’s Lopnge. Miss Beach, vocalist, was the ' featured “young artist” at the annual Young Artist Series event in Thorne Hall a few years ago. Galassi and Buonaguidi. instrumentalists, who made a smash appearance at the allcollege barbecue last September, will render their versions of “Mississippi Mud" and “Everybody Loves My Baby But My Baby Don’t Love Nobody But Me.” An alumni quartet composed of Hoyt Smith ’44, Burt Jones ’42, Gene White ’42 and Buona-gu-idi will sing “Poor Old Jack" and "Burry the Old Sagehen” from the Alumni Day v show. “Remember When,” presented three years ago. Seniors who have not advised the Alumni Office. J5, of their intention to be present are urged to do so immediately. Pat Miller ’4O, of the Senior Orientation Committee, says the reservations received to...
YM-YW Gab Deadline Set [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
YM-YW Gab Deadline Set Regsitration began yesterday for the Asilomar YM-YWCA conference for Western college and university students December 28-January 3, and ,will continue for over a week, terminating on December 1. Around 500 students from California, Arizona, Nevada and Hawaii attend the annual conference. The theme this year is “Christian Dynamic In a Shaken World.” Students desiring to attend are asked to register with Ellen Hickmott in J2ob as soon as possible. Cost of the event will approximate $4O, spokesmen say.
CHURCH TO OBSERVE ITS FIRST FROSH SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
CHURCH TO OBSERVE ITS FIRST FROSH SUNDAY A new tradition is in the making as Occidental celebrates its first Frosh Sunday this weekend. “Don’t Be Afraid” is the sermon topic chosen by Chaplain Hubert C. Noble. The 11:30 a.m. service is being planned entirely by disciples of-the Green Dink; Lynn Helm, social chairman, is in charge. Other frosh participating include Sue Smith, Pete Pedersen. Andy Plough, Bill Colwell and Lloyd Graham. All Oxy students are cordially invited, especially the “green set.” Fireside Fellowship will feature the movie “A Time for Greatness.” Walt Raitt, Regional Secretary of the American Friends’ Service Committee, will be on hand to discuss the film and answer questions. The program will be held in the Women's Lounge at 6:45 p.m. After Thanksgiving vacation on December 4. vespers will be under Jim Lar e, who has planned an ‘‘Episcopal Even Song’’ service for tnat date. The traditional Anglican vesper celebration will be held in the Music Chapel at 6:45 p.m. ...