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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 21 November 1952
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952
OCCIDENTAL NO. 10 VOL. LXVIII, OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES 41, CALIF, FRI., DEC. 5, 1952 editorials OCCIDENTAL VOL. LXVIti. No 10 OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES 41, CALIF. FRIDAY, DEC. 5, 1952
MADWOMAN STEPS BEFORE AUDIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952
MADWOMAN STEPS BEFORE AUDIENCE Tickets are still available in the Quad for the “Madwoman of Chaillot,” the Occidental Players’ second comedy production of the season, to be staged tonight and tomorrow night at 8:15 o’clock in Thorne Hall. The play is a kind of poetic and comic fable set in the twilight zone of the not-quite-true. At the Cafe Chez Francis, a group of promoters plot to tear up Paris in order to unearth the oil which a prospector be*, lives he has located in the neighborhood. These grandiose plans come to the attention of The Madwoman of Chaillot (Dee Sharpe) who is ostensibly not normal in her mind, but who is soon seen to be the very essence of practical worldly goodness and common sense. Other “Mad" Women At a tea party attended by other ‘‘mad’’ women of Paris (Paula Bryan, Louise Mudge, and Joyce Hopping), The-Mad-woman has brought together representatives of the despoilers of the earth and wreckers of its happiness, and has them tried and condemned to exterminatio...
Authors Plan Show Tryouts [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952
Authors Plan Show Tryouts “Where There’s a Will," there’s got to be a cast. Tryouts for this year’s ASOC musicale are scheduled for next Monday*, Tuesday and Wednesday from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in Alumni Hall. Co authors Joel Davis, Bob Huddleston and Nancy Ragan urge “everybody and anybody” to audition or offer their services. Final casting will be done next Friday, and rehearsals will start February 25th in preparation for production on March 20 and 21. Director Davis announces a need for a total of approximately 70 people, including six leads, six supporting roles and numerous minor roles. In addition to performers, a crew of backstage workers will be needed, he said. Aiming at producing “something different in every aspect,” the authors describe their work as a satirical musicale. The plot concerns a wealthy playboy, Mr. Schuyler Schuyler 111. who inherits one million dollars, but in order to inherit it he must spend one month with a family of hillbillies. He goes to live with Alexand...
New Jazz Program Initiated on O-X-Y [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952
New Jazz Program Initiated on O-X-Y Wednesday, a new program “Rick’s Kick,” was initiated on station O-X-Y. Run by Kick Norton, the disc jockey show will be heard fortnightly between 5 and 5:30 p.m. Jazz will be the format for two out of three of the programs, Norton says, while every third one will feature modern classical music. Bill Rhor was special guest on the first show, and gave some outstanding information on what the “jazz kick” is all about. Norton, pulling a “Gene Norman” for the series, persuaded Rhor to bring along a few records which he spun.
The Feast of Lights' Planned For Christmas Performance [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952
The Feast of Lights' Planned For Christmas Performance Opening their doors to the public for the first time since the origin of the traditional program three years ago, the a cappella choir and drama department will present “The Feast of Lights,” Christmas musical pageant, in Thorne Hall, Sunday at 4:30 p.m. Parts of this same program will comprise next Thursday's customary Christmas assembly. Sunday’s performance will depict the Christmas story in music, narration, and tableaux, the candle-lighting ceremony symbolizing the spread of Christianity from the Infant Jesus throughout the world. The musical part of the production will feature the 72voice a cappella choir under the direction of Mr. Olaf Frodsham, with Mr. David Craighead at the organ. Charmaine Renick will appear as soloist, and Joe Meeker will narrate the program. Tableaux picturing the Anunciation, the visit of Mary to Elizabeth, the Nativity, the shepherds, the wise men and the Adoration will be presented concurrently w...
Management Ideas Explained in Talk [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952
Management Ideas Explained in Talk Mr. Grey Fagin, employment supervisor, Personnel Relations Department of the Bank of America, will visit the local campus next Thursday morning at 11 o'clock. Officials in the placement office say that he will meet in J25 with interested and qualified seniors to discuss the management training program offered by the Bank of America.
DRIVE UNDERWAY: GOAL SET AT $9OO [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952
DRIVE UNDERWAY: GOAL SET AT $9OO The Tiger Chest Drive for 1952-53 got underway yesterday with a kick-off asembly featuring the best in local talent, Including the Singing Cadets, the Colwell Brothers, Bill Rohr and his Combo and other entertaining skits. According to drive chairman, Diane Ransford, Tiger Chest this year will be shooting for a new high goal of $lOOO, which is $lOO more than last year's $9OO high mark. ’ The time allowed for the drive this year is shorter than usual, with next Wednesday, December 10, being the last day that contributions will be accepted. Miss Ransford also pointed out that in order to reach the goal of “one grand” each loyal Tiger will have to contribute one dollar. Tiger Taps will be on hand in the quad every noon during the drive to accept contributions. On campus and affiliate groups will be canvassed by drive representatives, and a chart illustrating the competi- tion between the houses and dorms will be on display in the quad. A flag will be ra...
Forensics Duo Cops Position For Last Meet [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952
Forensics Duo Cops Position For Last Meet Despite the fact that Denver was having its coldest weather since 1880 last week, Oxy’s, forensics team, led by Steve Salsbury and Joe Wise, managed to bring home a big chunk of the bacon from the Western States Speech Tournament in the form of the Upper Division Men’s debate trophy. By defeating Williamette University from Salem, Oregon, in the final round, Salsbury and Wise became the first debaters in the history of the school to take a Western States title and become eligible for the national finals, to be held at West Point in the spring. Their only defeat in the entire tournament came at the hands of the University of Denver, the host school, which was later eliminated by USC, in turn defeated in the by the other finalist, William* ette University. Tough Competition The debators were in competition with almost four hundred students representing forty colleges and universities in eleven western states. The lower division team, composed ...
'Young Artist' Set For Series Concert [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952
'Young Artist' Set For Series Concert . Chosen as Young Artist of the Thorne Hall artist series this year is Marvin Hayes, Negro bass, who will be presented next Thursday at 8:15 o’clock In Thome. Tickets are being distributed today, 12:00-2:00 p.m., in the Thorne box office. Accompanied by Wallace Beery at the piano, Mr. Hayes Will open the program with the following three religious selections: “Preach Not Me,” Arne; “O Jesulein Suess,” Bach; and “Arm, Arm Ye Brave,” from Judas Maccabaeus, by Handel. Next, he will sing "Der Wegweiser,” “Seligkeit” and “Der Schiffer”; all Schubert compositions; "D’une Prison,” Hahn; and “Le Manoir de Rosemonde,” Dupart. He will conclude the first half of his program with "H Lacerate Spirito” from Simon Bocconegra by Verdi. Indian Songs Three songs of the West Coast Indians, arranged by MacMillan, will be sung by the young basso. Selections will be ‘.‘Outsiders, Behold GeedaranJtes!,” “Na-du Na Du Du” and “Stop All This Idle Chatter.” In the final po...
Pettit Flies to New York, Meets With NAM Delegates [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952
Pettit Flies to New York, Meets With NAM Delegates Ted Pettit, senior, is today in New York as California’s student representative at the annual meeting of the National Association of Manufacturers. The convention, which draws to a close today, began with a Wednesday morning kick-off breakfast, followed by conducted tours of the metropolis. Pettit, who left Tuesday afteroon for Gotham, did not arrive until 3 a.m/ Wednesday morning, his flight being delayed by mechanical trouble and weather conditions. Pettit is one of 49 college students, representing the 48 states and the District of Columbia, chosen to attend the NAM meeting on an all-ex-pense-paid trip. He was chosen by NAM officials in competition with candidates from other California Institutions. Each candidate was first nominated by his own institution on the basis of scholarship and business aptitude. The session consisted of a number of luncheons and banquets, interspersed with panel discussions which he attended. He will l...
$5OO Offered in Scribe Contest [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952
$ 5OO Offered in Scribe Contest More than $5OO has to be given to students on the local campus in this year’s Forest Lawn Journalism Awards contest, according to an announcement made by Hank Dickson, Alpha Phi Gamma president, in yesterday’s assembly. Approximately $250 in additional prizes will be given to local entrants, in addition to the $lOO that each of the three finalists will win, Dickson said. The money for these prizes is made available by Forest Lawn through Alpha Phi Gamma, local chapter of the honorary national journalism fraternity. The extra prizes will include one $5O award, four $25 awards and ten $lO prizes. This makes a total of $550 which must be given out to local students. In addition, any of the three finalists may garner up to $lOOO for themselves in the sweepstakes prize money. The contest requires no special journalistic talent. Alpha Phi Gamma spokesmen reminded the student body, Requirements call simply for two compositions, one not more than 500 and the ...
Prof Picks Sermon [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952
Prof Picks Sermon “Beliefs That Matter” is to be tht sermon topic of Dr. Cyril Gloyn this Sunday at Student Church. The service will begin at 11:30 a.m. Dr. Gloyn, a member of our philosophy department, graduated from Occidental in 1927. While a student here he served as yell leader of the college. Upon graduation he entered Union Theological Seminary where he became a Fellow of the National Council of Religion and Higher Education. He has also studied at the London School of Economics, receiving his Ph.D. at Columbia University and taught at Pacific University, Oregon.
Reserves Open For Asilomar [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952
Reserves Open For Asilomar Reservations are being held open for all those still wanting to attend the annual Asilomar conference Dectmber 28 through January 3. The late registrations will be taken in the Chaplain’s office. An additional fee of one dollar has been added to the original cost of $40.50 to cover the extra paper work involved. The $40.50 includes $22.50 for room and board, a $lO.OO program and registration fee and approximately $5.00 for transportation. The attendance this year will include some 500 students and faculty from the universities and colleges of California, Nevada, Arizona and Hawaii. A varied program, including seminars, chapel, quiet hours, recreation and the traditional New Year’s Eve party and dance culminating in the Watch Night Service, have been planned. Dr. Howard Thurman, minister of the Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples in San Francisco, has been choosen to interpret the conference theme of Christian Dynamic in a Shaken World each morning for...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952
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Orr, Swan Win Awards for Homecoming Decorations [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952
Orr, Swan Win Awards for Homecoming Decorations With all of the student living groups on campus participating, the annual Oxy Kofheooming celebration was held Saturday, November 22. festivities began with the crowning of Tiger Princess Doris Chien, and her attendants, Nan Martin and Eleanor Meyers a half hour before game-time. Bill Hazen and George Chritton were in charge of halftime activities. Following the game, Tiger Taps conducted tours of the campus for the benefit of returning alumni. Open house was held at each of the dorms and at all fraternity and sorority houses. Orr Wins Each dorm competed for a prize against the others for the best and most original decorations. Winning the honor among the women’s dorms was Orr Hall with the theme of feasting on the sage hen. Swan Hall won the prize for the men’s dorms with a “Reap Pomona” theme, thereby carrying out the idea of the dance. At 6:30 p.m. alumni gathered at Alumni Gym for dinner. Turkey was featured on the menu. The five s...