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Speakers to Do Spouting [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
Speakers to Do Spouting Sompin' new is poppin' up •this year—a Student Speakers Bureau. It'll be sponsored by Dr. Norman Freestone of the Speech Department with Steve Salsbury, senior, as chairman. Seems that beginning October 1, any tongue-tied cowpokes or desert rats hereabout can just put in to the bureau for just about anything they want in the line of speakers, debates and discusion panels. A printed booklet will go out soon which will include all the speakers and their topics, and It'll be made available to any service clubs or organizations in need of a silver-tongued orator. Just contact Salsbury or Dr. Freestone for details.
Big Tilings AT’omin’ in Thorne [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
Big Tilings AT’omin’ in Thorne Leon Ettinger, Thorne Hall territory boss, announces that Monday and Tuesday of next week will positively be the last opportunity to git yer Artist Series Cards for the 1952-53 season. Cards will be handed out upon showin' of tuition receipts between 12:00 and 1:00 o'clock in the Student Union patio. Opening this series of artist bills-of-fares, will be “John Brown's Body," starring Tyrone Power, Judith Anderson, and Raymond Massey, to be presented in Thorne Hall on Wednesday, October 29, at 8:15. It will be the first stand of na-tion-wide tour of the group. The production will feature a Walter Schuman choral group of twenty voices. It is the dramatization of the stirring narative poem by Stephen Vincent Benet, and will be directed by Charles Laughton and Paul Gregory. Thorne Hall will see the first presentation in the Los Angeles area.
Culloy Rides Again [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
Culloy Rides Again Herd-rider Ben Culley wants all you local dudes and ranch hands to know that from here on levis and T-shirts will be strictly “out" for wearing in the dining hall at dinner. Sunday supper, too, for that matter.' This here regulation will be enforced by the range boss himself, and not by anyone In Clancy Morison's hangout.
Politicians to Do Talking [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
Politicians to Do Talking Plans are bein' made to blow a lot of hot air around this neck of the woods. Plenty of activity is planned by the po-litically-minded ranch hands, with the Young Democrats' first meeting scheduled for today at 12 noon and the Young Republicans planning to chip teeth next Wednesday at 12:25. The Women's Lounge will be the scene of the Demos confab, where the group will elect new officers and explore the possibility of actually working for the Democratic presidential nominees. Howard Martin, delegate to the Democratic National Convention, will be the guest speaker, announces Ken Jenkins, campus leader of the group. Campus Republican leader Steve Salsbury reveals his group will meet in Johnson Hall to learn the interests of the members in regard to speakers and lecture topics. Tentative plans include actual precinct work for the Republican group. A future joint meeting of both the donkey and elephant fans for discussion is a possibility being considered by the...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 26 September 1952
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Tigers Battle Cauchos On Local Grid Tonight Story on Page 5 THE OCCIDENTAL NO. 2 VOL. LXVIII, OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE. LOS ANGELES 41. CALIF. FRIDAY, OCT. 3, 1952 editorials OCCIDENTAL VOL. LXVIll, No. 2 LOS ANGELES 41, CALIF., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1952
Seniors Win; Barbeque Is Best Yet [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Seniors Win; Barbeque Is Best Yet Bronco bustin’, ball playin’, belly stuffin’, barnstormin’, and havin’ the best time of their lives were some 987 Oxyites at the seventh annual Bar B-Q at Los Flores ranch last Saturday. Financial representative Jim Ensign said he expects the profit pulled in at the concession booths will about balance out all the expenses, such as: cost of prizes, and renting a truck and PA system. The attendance record surpassed last year’s 790. Out of 1320 students, 300 on-campus and 612 off-campus came; the remainder were faculty and families of the four owners of the ranch. Sporting bright western garb and equally bright spirits, members of all four classes vied in the various rodeo events for possession of the coveted perpetual trophy. It was garnered by the Senior Class, being received by Dixon Trueblood, prexy. The class collected a grand total of 48 points by winning nearly every rodeo event. Official results show the winners as follows: Jim Witchie (Sr), s...
Out on a Limb [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Out on a Limb If photographers grew on trees, La Encina would have planted an orchard long ago. But they don’t. So-00, La Encina wants you, yeah you with the little black box. Says Bob Radosevich, spokesman, “Guys what’s got good ideas and good style is wanted more than guys what’s got expensive equipment.” Of course if you’ve got both, it won’t eliminate you. Got a black box and a good idea? See Joan Cornelius in the La Encina office, even if you don’t grow on a tree.
Family Fun Fixed For Fresno Fray [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Family Fun Fixed For Fresno Fray Patterson Field will be the setting of the annual Family Night celebration on October 24 at the Fresno State-Occidental pigskin game. This event was initiated by last year’s graduate manager, Chuck Schlegel. The evening will begin with a Variety Show in Thorne Hall. Those attending the program will have special reserved seats for the game following. Competing on Bell Field during half-time will be the AFROTC marching bands of Oxy and Fresno Slate. Family prizes will also be given away at this time. .After the game, everyone is invited to meet in Freeman Union patio for refreshments and dancing.
Hawkes Cooped [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Hawkes Cooped Ex-Navy man Doug Hawkes, senior, returned this week to The Occidental staff after a 15month sojourn to take over the reins as sports editor of the Tiger rag. Hawkes, who held down the Bengal sports scribe spot during the spring of 1951, was released by the Navy just in time to make late registration last Monday.
Chritlon Craves Cooperation on Card Stunts [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Chritlon Craves Cooperation on Card Stunts Plans have been laid and work completed preparatory to staging the first session of card stunt activities tonight during the halftime of the Santa Barbara football contest, according to George Chritton, card stunt chairman. As per usual, the student reserved section for_participants will be the best in the bleachers. A special part of this section will be reserved for freshmen enthusiasts. “We would appreciate it if the fellows and gals sitting in the bleachers would try to wear white shirts and blouses,” Chritton states. Other points he mentioned were: listening carefully to the director; getting refreshments before or after the passing of cards in the section; filling in the first row when necessary. “The more cooperation we have, the quicker we can get it over,” Chritton says. The committee is indebted to Chuck Welborn. designer and co-chairman, and his bevy of freshmen girls for the work they have done, Chritton concluded..
Rival Classes Set For Annual Clash [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Rival Classes Set For Annual Clash “Down with our beseigers!” is momentarily the ferocious but implicit cry of the Sophs and Frosh. For the traditional rivalry between the freshman and sophomore classes will be renewed tomorrow morning when the two classes clash in the annual Soph-Frosh Day. The day’s activities will get under way at 9:30 a.m. on the baseball field with the men engaging in a two-out-of-three volleyball tournament, while the women play a softball game. Following these two activities there will be a threelegged race. A pushball game refereed by Dr. Ben Culley will conclude the activities on the ball field. The classes will then adjourn to the area in front of Campus House for the traditional tug-of-war. The day’s activities will conclude with lunch on the deck of Taylor Pool followed by swimming. At this time a perpetual trophy donated by the Class of ’54 will be awarded to the winning team. In charge of the program this year is John Trueblood, who is being assisted b...
Student Church To Celebrate World Communion [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Student Church To Celebrate World Communion World-wide communion will be observed Sunday at Student Church with services starting at the usual 11:30. “Good Will in a World of Tension” is the subject chosen by speaker Dr. Hu C. Noble, chaplain, for the worship hour. Occidental’s observation of the 24 hour World-wide communion starting Saturday evening, will be nonsectarian and Inter racial, announce Student Church spokesmen. Speaking on his recent trip to India, Dr. Cecil Hoffman will be present Sunday evening at Fireside Fellowship to comence at 6:45 p.m. in the Women’s Lounge. Dr. Hoffman is the Presbyterian executive at the University Religious Conference of U.C.L.A. and is the father of an Oxy junior. Barbara Jones is in charge of the program. Vespers will meet at the regular time of 6:45 p.m. next Thursday in the Music Chapel.
Bobby Cook To Speak At Assembly [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Bobby Cook To Speak At Assembly A talk by Bobby Cook, last year’s exchange student to Greece, will head the forthcoming agenda for this year’s AWS assemblies, acording to Sophia Dimitrladis,' assembly chairman. An introduction of foreign students and the showing of slides of Greece will also be featured at this October 14 meeting. November assembly plans are only tenative, but the annual Frosh assembly is planned for December. In January, Mortar Board will present skits on correct behavior for Oxy women. Attendance is required of all students except married women, limited specials, graduates, and - seniors. Petitions for special cases such as practice teaching and observing are due in Miss Smithies’ office today. A fine of $1 will be charged for each unexcused absence. The only excuses accepted are infirmary excuses and extremely unusual circumstaces. Lists of assembly seats will be posted in the O.C.W. Lounge, on the bulletin board in the post office, and outside of Alumni Hall bef...
Last Chance For Tickets [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Last Chance For Tickets Today is the last chance students will have to purchase season tickets to this year’s three mainstage Occidental P1 aye r s’ productions. These ducats constitute a saving of 50% and are being sold in the quad today for $1.50. Monday will start the regular $l.OO sale of First Lady tickets.
Cash Offered [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Cash Offered Could you use $25? Who couldn’t! The American Tobacco Company is again sponsoring its “Happy go lucky’’ jingla contest. Jingles selected will mean $25 to the students who send them in. Contest rules may be found in the Lucky ad on page 8 of The Occidental.
Pep Leaders to See First Action Today [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Pep Leaders to See First Action Today Oxy’s student body will get its first look at the newly selected varsity pep leaders in action today. They will attempt to arouse spirit at a rally for the first home game of the season. Three juniors, Nancy Charlton, Nancy Ragan and Dotty Reitzell, and three sophomores, Darlene Yates, Joan Lewis, and Jean Matthiessen, make up the song leader team. Nancy Ragan, who was a freshman song leader two years ago, is the only one with previous experience. Dan MacKenzie, Chuck Hammond, Zob Segbarth and Keith Ryan were chosen at last Thursday’s assembly to lead the school yells this year. Dan was a cheer leader at San Fernando High as was Bob at Muir JC. Heading the band this year will be two majorettes, Jan Kerr and Jeanne Owen. Last year, Jan was with the Tiger band while Jeanne contributed her twirling to Chowchilla High. At the freshman games, lead- ing the yells will be Roger MacGregor, Rich Wonder, Don Fenn and Dick Orb. Frosh song leaders are Janet...
Oxy Grad Wins Award [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 3 October 1952
Oxy Grad Wins Award Another Oxy grad, 22-year-old Jack Butt, has advanced on his way to making good. He has been awarded the Tom Treanor Memorial Scholarship in the graduate department of journalism at UCLA. This $l,OOO scholarship is sponsored by the Los Angeles Times as a memorial to Tom Treanor, who, before his death in Europe during World War 11, served the Times as a foreign correspondent. While at Occidental, Jack worked for two years straight on the Spanish language newspaper. “El Tigre,” and was a member of the Cosmopolitan Club. At UCLA Jack will work for a Master of Arts degree in journalism. He hopes to become a foreign correspondent.