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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952

KRAFT RECAPPING We do It right—in our own shop We do it right in our own shop. GENERAL TIRE DISTRIBUTORS BATHRICK PONTIAC, INC. 5235 York Blvd. At. 9590 ; s n ow |r anny ,s " he ' s spry an ° v l'-* D arlien Sf^e V CoH^» presnoSfa 1 L narU^tFH -/i /‘W»>v\svw/ S*l ■ - vy LUCKY STRIKE vf LUCKIES TASTE BETTER! ■•r * . '=S fev ./ -I M’S mSTED m m Clc A R rfiade err e s £.s./4*./rr y-S, test* better Wi coV w de^ C \r»° ;e s s^ dent te ve» te ° \efe e ! * Oaatr iea s ' S V» S t^ e "; e 0^ el \eg, eS * a^ o t t eaS \a vM e 3 >*’* **** V *f c o> l ° e S«* e eS , M a« ds D •, o #" tVvatt l S«** c V& e3 a { c d* **£> -,td et v They’re made better to taste cleaner, fresher, smoother! Ask yourself this question: Why do I smoke? You know, yourself, you smoke for enjoyment. And you get enjoyment only from the taste of a cigarette. Luckies taste better-cleaner, fresher, smoother! Why? Because Luckies are made better to taste better. And, what...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952

“FINE WATCH REPAIRING" Longines-Hamilton-Elgin-Gruen 2152 COLORADO BLVO.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 5 December 1952

ARROYO GIFT SHOP Personalized Christmas Cards 5005 York Blvd. CApitol 1-5139 ADAIR TYPEWRITER AND OFFICE SUPPLY CO. New "Royal Typewriter" Distributor Standard Electric Portable Rentals Sates Service 2805 North Figueroa St. Los Angeles 65

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

■ II ■ XL*aaS;> '" OCCIDENTAI . NO. II i msst—. vol. ixvm, i OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES 4T, CALIF. FRI., DEC. 12, 1952 editorials occidental VOL. LXVfI. No 11 OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES 41, CALIF. FRIDAY, DEC. 12, 1952

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CHEST DRIVE EXTENDED I Charity Giving Fails Short Of $lOOO Goaf [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

CHEST DRIVE EXTENDED I Charity Giving Fails Short Of $ lOOO Goaf The Tiger Chest Drive for 1952-53 has been extended to today, announces Chairman Diane Ransford, because at the scheduled close of the drive last Wednesslo(V)he was $5OO, a sum far short of the goal of Reaching the 100% mark first was Haines Hall; followed by Orr, La Casa, Armadale and the sororities Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta and Zeta. As yet, only one of the men’s living groups, the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, has fulfilled the quota, but, says Miss Ransford, “better things are hoped for.” The contributions of off-cam-pus groups, both men and women, have lagged and the committee attributes the low total largely to this cause. The 1952-53 drive was Initiated by an hour-long assembly - and its progress recorded by a chart, on display in the quad, illustrating the competition between the houses and dorms. Among the charities benefiting from the Chest money are the Community Chest, Heart fund, . Cancer and Red Cross. “It ...

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Cross Plans Annual Visit; Needs Blood [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

Cross Plans Annual Visit; Needs Blood Oxy students will have a chance to donate blood for use in Korea next semester when the Red Cross Blood Bank will make its annual visit to the campus, says Peggy Hough, Tiger Blood chairman. i Heading the drive will be thj Red Cross Council, backed ® by the ASOC Council. VoluSff teers are needed for committJlp work. Dr. Charles Falk of lip Education Department is faculty advisor. $ ' im* Parent Release be in the mail boxes right after Christmas vacation so thi%ihey may be signed and retWlraih time for the drive. The unit will operate in the Women’s Gym again tills, year.

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II «• r Vacation Ends Students' 'Woe' [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

II «• r Vacation Ends Students' 'Woe' Winding up a busy tests and Christmas parties Oxyites will be packing tß||p bags for a long Christmas vacation this evening and tomSli row morning. Dormitories will close at 3 noon tomorrow, thus enabling students attending the Christmas formal to remain on campus this evening. The Union will serve only breakfast tomorrow. Classes will reconvene on January/ 5 after a three week recess. Dormitories will open at 3 p.m. on Sunday, January 4. There will be' just two full weeks of classes following vacation before finals begin. The last regular class day of the semester will be Friday, January 16. Three hour final course examinations will begin on the following Tuesday, January 20, and comprehensives will be held on Monday and Tuesday, January 19 and 20. The library will close for the weekend this evening at 7 o’clock, but will remain open weekdays during vacation from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. except for Christmas and New Year’s Day. It will close at 12 n...

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Scripts Sought [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

Scripts Sought There v may be a day, but there may not be a May Day, if the women of Occidental College do not turn in more s ' 'i ipi synopses. May Day Chairman Nancy Van Law reports several scripts have been submitted, but stresses that the more synopses the committee has May Day festivities''wHhle* suit. - iw - Any ideas the holidays will be welcome to jump into Box &>7. she deciafes, and the winning script will be announce cl next* . M

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Underprivileged Children's Party Planned [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

Underprivileged Children's Party Planned ■ last year S)d Harper. Buck and Colwells Fijis and Gammas are ing an outstanding proor the youngsters. Head- ■ bill will be Chuck Buck, ith the Colwell Brothers, ■ d by a Kappa Sigma quartet composed of Walt Tyler, Tom Paul, Don Allen and Tulley Brown. A trampoline act will be presented, which will include performers Paul Axe, Bob Dreibelbis, Don Lance, Roger MacGregor and Roger Burke. A magic show by Bill Larson '5O, will be given, and Truman Fisher will round out the entertainment with his “Mad Musician" act. Concluding the evening, a Santa Claus will distribute small gifts to each of the children, which the houses have been collecting the past week. “We feel that this Christmas party for these underprivileged youngsters is one of the finest ways we have yet seen of expressing the real potential of the fraternities and sororities,” said Tulley Brown, originator of the plan. “We are indeed grateful for the wonderful response the houses have...

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Soloists Named; Tour Members Picked [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

Soloists Named; Tour Members Picked Half of the members of the combined local glee clubs were chosen by Howard Swan, conductor, as well as eight soloists who were selected by vote of the glee club group themselves to participate in the 17th annual Occidental Glee Club tour. Programming for churches, high school assemblies and many civic auditoriums comprise the major part of the tour which will be in progress from January 29 to February 10 of next year under the baton of Mr. Swan. Those who will be demonstrating their musical talents up and down the CaliforniaOregon coast will, be instru- mental soloists, Mary Alyce Marshall, violin, and John Browning, piano; vocal soloists, Julie Anderson, soprano; Phil Haynes, baritone; Mary Holt, soprano; Shirley Nute, soprano; Bob Houert, bass and Jim Witt, tenor. Members of the glee clubs who are going will be first tenors Bob Altheuser, Gary Hall, Dennis Little, Walter Tyler and Jim Witt; second tenors Bob Bledsoe, Jerry Fitzgerald, Bob Franck...

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Please, Santa ... [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

Please, Santa ... Aspiring poets are urged to ask Santa Claus for an inspiration, as the deadline for the annual Occidental poetry contest is January 6. All students are eligible and each may submit as many entries as he desires.

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Play Tryouts Scheduled for Return Week [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

Play Tryouts Scheduled for Return Week Tryouts for “Lady Audley’s Secret” will be held the first week after Christmas vacation, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, January 7, 8 and 9. Everyone is urged to pick up scripts today in the drama workshop to take home over Christmas vacation. “Lady Audley’s Secret,” to go on stage March 6 and 7. was first presented in the Victoria Theater, London, on May 25, 1863. It is an authentic melodrama to be performed as such, with all the external exhibitions of melodrama. During the performance, candy and peanuts will be sold up and down the aisles. Dancers and olio acts with drop curtains will be included in the production. The plot revolves around a villainess. The villainess goes through such desperate experiences as trying to murder her husband, actually setting a fire on stage and losing her mind. Any Oxy student, regardless of class or experience in Players’ productions, is urged to try out, says director Omar Paxson. New faces are especially wa...

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Greeks Fix Food [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

Greeks Fix Food Refreshments for the program for underprivileged children to be presented next Friday, at the Plaza Community Center will be prepared by the ATO’s and Alphas, according to Tul lev Brown, chairman.

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Holiday Party Given by Club [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

Holiday Party Given by Club Kappa Nu Sigma, one of Oxy’s honorary history fraternities. last Wednesday evening enjoyed an annual Christmas banquet at the home of Dr. Osgood Hardy, history professor. Mrs. Hardy prepared turkey and all the trimmings for the club and faculty members. After dinner a history question "bee” was held with consideration of the past of several faculty members. Last on the program was an exchange of small gifts which resulted in mirth and daughter. Kappa Nu Sigma s annual feast closed the year’s activities.

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Magazine Drive on For Boys in Korea [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

Magazine Drive on For Boys in Korea “Magazines for friendship!” is the cry of Occidental clubs who are cooperating, under the chairmanship of Patsy Moisling, in collecting used magazines to send to Korea. ~ “ The drive, designed to give the citizenry of foreign countries a representative picture of American life, in an effort to combat communism and antiAmericanism, is for the present on this campus concentrating its efforts on Korea. Initiated four years ago by Prof. Albert Crossant of Occidental’s English department the program has now become nationwide, and this year an active campaign for the printed matter is being conducted on this campus. “Used, but not completely disabled magazines are What we want,” announces Miss Moisling, and urges Oxyites to bring old magazines to school following the Christmas holidays. Any magazines are acceptable, she said, excluding pulp, comic, or all-fiction publications, provided that nothing is cut or crossed out of them. Contributions may be tak...

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Play Set for Cast Selection [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

Play Set for Cast Selection "Much Ado About Nothing,” a Shakesperian play, will be cast right after Christmas vacation. The play will be directed by Miss La Nor Lombard of the drama department. Everyone who is interested in Shakesperian drama is invited to try out. The play will be presented without charge on campus Friday, April 24. A second presentation will be in the annual Shakesperian Festival held on Occidental campus, April 25.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

Merry Christmas to all you Tigers from The Occidental's • New* Staff • Society Staff • Feature Staff U WATCH.w CLOCK [ Shop “FINE WATCH REPAIRING” Longines- Hamilton - Elgin-Gruen 2152 COLORADO BLVD. JACK & NORM’S SERVICE YOU CAN AFFORD Auto Pointing Body and Fender Expert Lubrication Upholstery Motor Repair GOOD GAS AT RIGHT RATES Regular 21.9 c Ethyl 23.9 c 4681 York Blvd. AL. 8700

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

ARROYO GIFT SHOP Personalized Christmas Cards 5005 York Blvd. It Christ was time you may go NUTS But i can give you Insurance for 20 years and return alt your money with interest. Let me prove It. RALPH S. CHILDS Y. life Cl. 1-0833 B 0 P C 1 T Y i—- ( HAWAIIAN CAFE) 5607 N. FIGUEROA PRESENTS Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday BOP BO¥S formerly with Woody Herman, Lionel Hampton, Count Basie, Benny Goodman and THE L. A. ALL STARS 'MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS FOR THE NEW YEARS AND CHRISTMAS PARTY NOW" RECORDS Register for Our New Bonus Record Club free Records With Purchases Large Selection—Classic, Popular, Swing, Jazz— All Speeds BAGLEY RECORD SHOP 5055 Eagle Rock Blvd. AL. 0131 STUDENTS

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 12 December 1952

FOR SALE: One diamond engagement ring. Call Wji, 1877. KRAFT RECAPPING We do it right—in our own shop We do it right in our own shop. GENERAL TIRE DISTRIBUTORS BATHRICK PONTIAC, INC. 5235 York Blvd. AL. 9590 Expert Barbers Featuring All Latest Styles of Haircutting MAC K'S BARBER SHOP "Near the Campus" 4753 York Blvd. (Corner of Armadale) Closed Mondays Tonight is the big night! Remember, it's the YORK FLOWER SHOP for Distinctively Designed Corsages "at reasonable prices" Telephone Orders Taken Free Delivery CL. 7-2127 5221 York Boulevard, Los Angeles 42

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