Elephind.com contains 1,633 items from Occidental
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE First Semester, 1952,53 omprehensive Examinations: Monday and Tuesday, January 19 and 20, bourse Examinations: (three hours each). Tuesday, January 20 8:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Freshman English Air Science 1 (all sections) (all sections) Air Science 3 (all sections) Wednesday, January 21 8:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Hist. Civ.3 and Classes Meeting MTWTF MTWTF ’Note exceptions scheduled for Saturday, January 24 8:30 a.m. Courses not otherwise scheduled except that late afternoon and evening classes may use last ©lass period for three-hour final examination. Monday, January 26 8:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m, and Classes Meeting MTWTF MTWTF 6 6 6 6 1 1 1 1 6 6 6 6 * I—l • 6 6 « 6 Tuesday, January 27 •7 7 /, January 20. EAGLE 4884 EACH ROCK BIVOJ SIERRA 5058 EAGLE ROCK BUD- - A 1.0129 Ipencer Tracy, Gene Tierney PLYMOUTH ADVINTURE and Gene Tierney, Rory Calhoun WAY OF A OAUCHO ChoHes Boyer, Louis Jordon THE HAPPY TIME and John Direk, John Barrymore THUNDERBIRDS * Nothing-no, *v 'H its a...
Fraternity Formal Scened At Riviera Country Club [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
Fraternity Formal Scened At Riviera Country Club With the Riviera Country Club setting the scene, annual Inter-Fraternity dance will be held this evening from 9 until 12:30. This is a formal affair under the direction of the Inter-Fra-ternity Council. Fiji Bob Hinshaw Is now serving as president. Location and arrangements ' for the dance were taken care of by SAE president Chuck Lind. Kappa Sig Roger Harway engaged the orchestra while Fiji Bill Bennett took care of the bids. Kappa Big president Bill Lively and ATO Don Ziegler, vice-president of the council, are also directing arrangements. Carroll Wax will supply the music for the dancers and refreshments will be served. At present, women will have a 1 o’clock deadline. If any changes are made, however, dormitories will be notified.
Juniors Plan ASOC Dance [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
Juniors Plan ASOC Dance Sponsored by the junior class, the all-college Valentine Dance will be held at the Glendale Civic on Saturday, February 14. At present, no name has been selected for the afafir. The dance is semi-formal; women will wear formals and men will wear dark suits. Paul Martin’s orchestra will provide the music for the dancers. There will be no admission charge and refreshments will be served. Dance favors will also be available. Corsages are not in order. Dottie Reitzell and Boyd Bevington, social chairmen of the junior class, are in charge of the affair. Other class officers who are working on the dance are Patsy Reading, who is in charge of decorations; Jerry La Fleur, favors; and Nancy Van Law, publicity. Dan Oredson, class president, is also working on the dance details.
Zeta Phi Eta Holds Tuesday Rush Tea [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
Zeta Phi Eta Holds Tuesday Rush Tea Zeta Phi Eta, national speech Arts Fraternity for Women, held a rush tea January 6 at the home of Roberta Cook. The program included Miss La Nor Lombard, who gave a reading of T. S. EllioFt’s “Preludes.” Roberta Cook read “The Guest” by Lord Dunsary. Dee Sharpe and Bill McKenzie read excerpts from Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew.” Special guests included Mrs, Laura Chase, a member of the Oxy faculty; Miss .Lombard, faculty advisor of the chapter; two Alumna Association officers; and two Zeta Phi Eta national officers.
Staff to Hold February Party [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
Staff to Hold February Party Members of the staff of The Occidental and Alpha Phi Gamma, journalism fraternity, will join forces for a social get-to-gether Friday, February 13. Games, including volleybpll, will be enjoyed by the group, according ot Hank Dickson, editor of The Occidental and Alpha Phi Gamma president. The place and exact time of the party will be announced the first week of the new semester, Dickson said. “This is the first time a party for our newspaper staff has been attempted,” Dickson said, “but I know that with the kind of group we have putting out the paper now, we can’t help but have a lot of fun.”
S*td [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
S*td Howdy folks. Well, here we are back on campus after a rollicking, gay, and tremendous vacation. The first thing we noticed upon the return was that all Oxy men had come home to roost only after signing their annual suicide pact in the form of a New Year's resolution not to take out any Oxy women in 1953. And as lor those Oxy females their only disgruntled comment was, "Oh well, those Caltech men aren't so bad after all!!" * * * Despite our pessimistic and cynical attitude, we are pleased to report that there has been a veritable rash of engagements, pinnings, and even marriages over the Christmas holidays, and so naturally we , would like to thank all those iouples for furnishing our column with nice juicy tidbits for *our many’fans. - * * » Under the heading of "engaged" we find Loyce Danbacher wearing the diamond of Jim McWee; Joan Mack ...engaged to Jim Rice; Jane Jones to Bill Cowans; Zena Me Alexander to Bill Hollenbeck; Jan Johnson to John Lafever; - Jean McCormick to Ral...
Greeks Plan House Parties [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
Greeks Plan House Parties As the semester comes to an end and finals are finished, the five sororities will hold their annual house parties. This year they will be held from Friday, February 6, until Sunday, February 8. In preparation for the house parties, snow clothes are being taken out of moth balls, skis are being sanded and waxed, and arms are being limbered up for snow ball throwing. This will be the first social function of the sororities which will Include the new pledges. Alphas The Alphas are planning to go to Idylwild and stay at Four Chimney’s Lodge. Their activities will include skiing, and most other winter sports. Joanne Bennett is in charge of the affair. The Betas will stay at Alpine Lodge in Arrowhead. For those not'’“ski” inclined the village will furnish plenty of entertainment. Marilyn Slater is in charge of the plans. The Gammas will journey to Fawnskin, near Big Bear, and stay at Fawn Lodge. Skiing, tobogganing, dancing and 'a nearby ice skating rink will fur...
'P'lQ&ibectmy [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
'P'lQ&amp;ibectmy By Joan Davis After making two full trips and a half to bring all of the various materials, books, clothes, Christmas presents, etc. back to school, I finally made it. One-fourth of the way home for something I forgot, I had to turn around and come back again to get my key that I had left in my room and which I would need to get into my home. Oh well, I guess it takes all kinds. If some people weren't so absent-minded, the type person who always remembers everything wouldn't feel so good! May I take this opportunity to thank all those kind people who sent me Christmas cards, and who didn’t receive one from me and to apologize for the same and say I hope to do better next year. Sometimes the Christmas card game gets to be like some kind of a puzzle. The problem to solve is to guess just whom you will receive cards from. Actually, it doesn’t really matter in the long run, in spite of the numbers of people in the country who avoid people they haven’t sent card...
DOC-CAT FIVES CLASH Tigers Seek Second SCIC Win, Hope to Belt Citrus Belters [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
DOC-CAT FIVES CLASH Tigers Seek Second SCIC Win, Hope to Belt Citrus Belters By DOUG HAWKES Coach Bill Anderson’s Tiger basketball five entrain to the City of the Roses, Saturday evening, where they will play host to a visiting Redlands quintet in the Pasadena City College casaba emporium. Tip-off will be at 7:30 p.m. ~ l ‘ The weekend clash will be the second conference outing for the jpcals, and the first time this season that the two squads have met, A possible Tiger-Bulldog encounter was averted in the Redland’s Tqurney due to an early loss in the tourney by the Bengals. Ancient Rivalry Despite a definite trace of erratic early season play on the part of both participants, Saturday's meeting promises to he a thriller from start to finish. Past performances in the CatDog rivalry have seen the. Orange and Black basketeers snare victories in 20 contests, while the Citrus Belters have come out on top in 33 engagements. For those rabid fans who really go fo rthe sport, the WhittierCa...
Meet Your Team Oxy Guard Shines In Opening Tilts [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
Meet Your Team Oxy Guard Shines In Opening Tilts It was a great day for Coach Bill Anderson and a mighty sad one for coach Abe Elliot of Glendale CC last year when star guard Baxter Golden decided to transfer to the Occidental campus to continue his basketball career. Golden who still had one more year’s eligibility switched to Oxy because of the reputable physical education course offered here. Elliot deeply regretted losing Golden as he was the leading scorer for the Vaqueros In the 1950-51 season. Tiger Sparkplug Since coming to Bengalvitle, Baxter has been one of the main sparkplugs of the Tiger machine. Last season Golden finished a close second to center Bruce Gilliland in the run for Oxy scoring honors. After competing in seven games this season. Golden ha* basketed 74 points for a good 10.3 average. Well schooled in the art of basketball. Golden puts pride In teamwork far above individual scoring honors. He is a ball-hawk and a driving guard, collects most of hi* points with...
Bengalis Set Scoring Markin Hen Victory [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
Bengalis Set Scoring Markin Hen Victory The Tiger varsity basketball five came through in winning style in their opening SCIC encounter, as they tipped the Pomona Sagehens 87 to 72 in a highscoring contest on the losers’ boards. The 87 markers bucketed by the Orange and Black tied the nil-time high scoring standard set by an Oxy quintet during the war. Bruce Gilliland was top pointgetter for the local cause as he dropped 21 point* for the Anderson cause. The Tiger led from start to finish and only at brief periods in the game were they threatened seriously. BOX SCORE OXY F G FT PF TP Taylor, 1 3 4 S 10 Regan, f 5 4 2 14 Gilliland, c 8 5 1 21 Gore, a 7 4 3 IS Golden, g 6 2 3 14 Wakeman, f 1 1 1 3 Muehfe, f 1 0 0 2 Rush, f 0 2 0 2 Ryan, c 1 113 TOTALS ....... 32 23 17 87 Last Wednesday evening saw the Oxy crew win another one. as they downed Cal Poly of San Dimas 70-51 in a onesided tilt. The winning Bengals led from the opening tipoff to the final gun in the Alumni Gym fiasco. Baxter...
Meet Your Team Gifted Tiger Guard Aids Oxy Quintet [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
Meet Your Team Gifted Tiger Guard Aids Oxy Quintet Bob Gore, six foot outstanding guard transfer from Glendale CC, is being banked on heavily by coach Bill Anderson to be a main cog in the Tiger victory wheel for the remainder of the 1953 season as Oxy prepares to go after its second consecutive SCIC title. Gore has a big job in filling the vacated shoes of Chuck Duncan, high scoring guard for the Tigers last year. But Gore comes to Oxy with a good record. Last year with Vaqueros, Gore sported a nifty 13 point average. Bob began his basketball career as a center for the Barbank high school B squad switching to guard in his senior year on account of his height. . lit Year; Second String Gore’s first year at Glendale found him on the second string. But Gore quickly found himself placed on the first quintet in 1951 because of his doggedness and determination on the hardwoods. Bob can run, jump well for rebounds and is ah exceptional ball handler. He has no favorite shots but justs want...
Gilliland Tops Casabamen in Point Making [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
Gilliland Tops Casabamen in Point Making Senior center Bruce Gilliland leads the Tiger basketball point makers according to the latest statistics released by Tom Mitchell, Occidental sports publicity stalwart. The 6 ft. 3 in. Gilliland has tallied a 14.1 point average in seven court encounters. The high scoring pivotman has netted 99 markers to date. Teammate Bob Gore, holding down a guard post, gains runnerup honors in team scoring with a game average of 12.3, having bucketed 86 digits in the same number of games. Baxter Golden, sustaining the opposite guard post, has dumped 74 points for a game average of 10.6 to give the Bengals two of the highest scoring back--court men in the conference. SCORING G FT PS Avg. Gilliland 7 15 99 14.1 Gore, B 7 16 86 12.3 Golden, B 7 14 74 10.6 Taylor, R 7 18 56 8.0 Wakeman, J 7 ■l2 56 8.0 Regan, J 7 12 50 7.1 Ryan,. J 7 6 14 2.0 Russell, D 7 1 5 7. Team Totals 7 105 483* 69,0 Opp. Totals 7 108 474 67.7 ' Legend: FT Free throws made; PS Total ppint...
Golfers Await Coming Season [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
Golfers Await Coming Season Entering it's fourth year of active competition, the Occidental Golf Team anticipates its most successful season with eight returning lettermen from the 1952 squad. And under the watchful eye of Lt. Col. Nickels, Oxy’s linksters hope to knock off the perennial favorite, Pomona Claremont, who have captured the SCIC tilte three years in a row. All interested golfers who would like to (our the links and try out for this year's team, notify Lt. Col. Nickels immediately. The golf team will lie composed of around 14 members — six regulars and eight substitutes, Lettermen returning are John Gaines, : John Argue, Leland Dudley, Jim Kovacs, Don Fulton. Roger Harway, Tom Peterson and Harry Riechard. Again Occidental has been very fortunate in securing Oakmont Country Club as its home course. Oakmont has long been recognized as one of Southern California’s finest golf courses. The club will allow the full use of its facilities for practice rounds all day on Monday, ...
HAWK’S EYE VIEW [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
HAWK’S EYE VIEW By Doug Hawkes With the brand new year a tender nine days old, Bengal sports followers are already looking forward to bigger and better accomplishments on the athletic field. At this early date, the 1953 prospects look brighter than ever. The foremost question in the minds of everyone will naturally be Payton Jordan’s track and field contingent, which during the past three years have been of outsanding national caliber. Will they' be able to match the prowess of such spike powerhouses as the University of Southern California and the University of Stanford? (Whittier may very likely enter the picture on a national plane with their fine distance aces). Oxy Tough From this corner, it appears that Oxy will again be a thorn in the side of all 1953 scheduled foes. Although the loss of a good many outstanding seniors from last year's great squad has undermined the locals effectiveness, it seems that Coach Jordan still has a wealth of very good thinclads who with good coachi...
OCM Leads Kappa Sigs in Thrilling IM Sports Race [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
OCM Leads Kappa Sigs in Thrilling IM Sports Race The Off-Campus Men's athletic endeavors earned them the top rung of the ladder in the race for the Intramural Sports championship, revealed Coach Roger Burke, IM head, this week. The commuters, although finishing third in the recent flag football campaign, combined this with a second-place basketball five earlier in the year, to lead runner-up Kappa Sigma by a slim 18 l / 2 points. The Kappa Sigs, on the strength of a winning football aggregation jumped from last place to second to show the biggest gain of any team participating. Intramural activities will not be resumed until next semester when the annual “heart murmur special" lakes place in the form of the IM track meet. The date set, according to Coach Burke, will be March 16 and 38 and the site will be the Patterson field oval. March 18 will bring finals in all field events and trials in all running events with the exception of the relays. The 18th will feature the finals in all ...
TIGERBABES HOST CALTECH IN LEAGUE OPENER TONITE [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
TIGERBABES HOST CALTECH IN LEAGUE OPENER TONITE Tonight at 7:15 p.m. the Tigerbabe Casaba quintet tangles with the Redlands Frosh contingent at Oxyville. This game promises to be one of the hardest fought struggles of the season, and the Tiger Frosh basketeers are fired up to avenge their heartbreaking defeat on December 12 to Pomona by the ■ — narrow margin of 49 to 43. Let’s see all Oxyites attend tonight’s fracas to give the Frosh aggregation the support it needs and deserves. A combination of circumstances contrived to beat the Frosh quintet in the game against Pomona. ' The boys found the Pomona court unfamiliar and not to their liking. They employed a man to man defense instead of a zone defense which serious hampered their style of play and proved to be ineffective against Pomona tactics. As a result the Tiger’oabes were thrown off stride and had one series of bad breaks after another all evening. This is not to take credit away from the Pomona quintet who displayed a lot of ...