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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
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'Lost City1 Pictured In Lamb Travelogue [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
'Lost City 1 Pictured In Lamb Travelogue The thrilling story of finding the Lost City of the May 4s will be presented by Dan and Ginger Lamb in a remarkable color motion picture travelogue in the next Travel Series event Tuesday. February 10, at 8:15 p.m. Students may obtain tickets at the door for $1.20, according to Leon Ettinger, Thorne Hall manager. The Lambs’ high adventure in the jungle country of Mexico near the Guatemala borderreported to be the last stronghold of the Mayas fleeing from Cortez —resulted in publication of “Quest for the Lost City,” a best-seller. Reared in Santa Ana, the Lambs married and began preparations to find the answer to some of the “blank spots’’ still on maps. In contrast to the usual expeditions loaded with equipment and provisions, the Lambs decided to train themselves to travel lightly, forage for their food and other necessities in order to increase their chances of penetrating these unknown areas that defeated other groups more*heavily laden. A...
Speech Squad Places at LB [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
Speech Squad Places at LB The oratory department of the forensics squad came through with flying colors at the Southern t California Forensics Coaches Association speech tournament at Long Beach on the weekend prior to the holiday vacation. Gary Philp, a freshman orator, placed first in lower division men’s oratory, and Bill Rodman, a steady performer for four years, placed second in upper division men’s oratory. . The speakers were in compe-. tition with approximately three hundred students from thirtyfive western colleges and universities The lower division debate team composed of Merrill Francis and Jim Lare placed third in their division behind Pasadena City College and USG, Lare also made the semi-final round of his division In extemporaneous speaking. The next major tournament for the forensics squad will be one at Caltech in the middle of next month. According to Dr. Norman Freestone, director, the forensics squad is shaping into a well-rounded unit for next semester.
GLEE CLUBS TO GO GYPSY [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
GLEE CLUBS TO GO GYPSY As the semester draws to a close, 40 members of the combined Occidental College Glee Clubs are preparing to leave on their annual tour, which this year will take them through northern California and Oregon. The two groups, directed by Howard Swan, will present as individual choruses and as a mixed chorus both a cappella and accompanied selections plus the best vocal and instrumental soloists the college has to offer. First Concert The first concert will be given on January 29 at Wasco, Shatter and Corcoran. Calif. Th« following day they will sing at Hanford, Visalia. Fowler and' Fresno. On Saturday, the 31st. they will be at Marysville. The next day they will sing at Chico, and on the 2nd of February they will sing at Klam--ath Falls, Ore. The Glee Club will.spend February 3 and 4 in Portland, Ore, The concert for the sth of February has yet to be scheduled. Along Coast The tour will take them home along the coast, where they will sing at Eureka, Martinez, and...
MAGAZINE DRIVE TO BE YEAR-LONG [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
MAGAZINE DRIVE TO BE YEAR-LONG Plans to collect magazines throughout the year for foreign lands were announced by Patsy Moisling,- chairman of the ASOC magazine drive. Korea, Italy, Japan, Pakistan, Egypt, Yugoslavia. India, Turkey and England are among the countries to benefit. The purpose of the drive is to reveal to the people of these lands how the American people think and live. The campus sororities, fraternities and dormitories have already volunteered their support to the drive. Boxes will be placed in each house and dormitory for the collection of'the printed matter. Money for postage would also be greatly appreciated, as it costs five cents for every pound of publications sent.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 9 January 1953
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CONSTRUCTION STARTS ON NEW HEN'S RESIDENCE $525,000 Dorm Expected To House 144 Men in Fall [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 February 1953
CONSTRUCTION STARTS ON NEW HEN'S RESIDENCE $525,000 Dorm Expected To House 144 Men in Fall Construction of Oxy’s $525,000 new men’s dormitory, Stewart-Cleland Memorial Residence Hall, officially got under way last week as the ground-breaking ceremony on the hill east of Wylie Hall launched work on the building that will next September accommodate 144 men. A large number of students and friends of the college saw a number of people, who have had a large part in the plans for the new dorm, each turn a shovel of earth in recognition of the significant role they have played in this project. The shovel that was used in the ground-breaking ceremony has been used at construction initiations on this campus since 1920. Assisting at the ceremonies were Dr. Robert G. Cleland, trustee of the college and professor of history, and freshman student Barbara itewart, grandniece of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stewart, long-time benefactors of Occidental The building, of modified Mediterranean architecture, w...
Coons Vacation-Bound [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 February 1953
Coons Vacation-Bound •T Dr. arid Mrs. Arthur G. Coons will leave the Occidental campus this afternoon for New York and the first leg of their three month vacation tour of the Mediterranean. This will be Dr. Coon's first official vacation since 1939. Departing from Pasadena’s Santa Fe station at 1 p.m. on the Chief, they will arrive in New York early next week and from there board the S.S. Excalibur for Spain. The president will return to the campus on May 23, In time for the Class Day activities. Assembly Farewell Dr. Coons announced his vacation plans to the student body in the assembly last Thursday. It was his last opportunity for an official farewell to students, and he was given an impressive send-off by the audience. The S.S. Excalibur will dock at Barcelona, Spain, on March 9. From there, the Coons will move to Marseilles, Naples, Al- ' exandria, and Cairo. Cairo Friends Highlighting their Cairo stop will be a visit to Aziza Kashad’s parents. Miss Kashad is an exchange studen...
BRADY EXPLAINS GOVT. REQUIREMENT [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 February 1953
BRADY EXPLAINS GOVT. REQUIREMENT “A recent state law requiring a course in state and local government for graduates beginning in 1954 has been the cause of much undue concern among our present juniors,” says Miss Florence Brady, registrar. Present sophomores and upper division students taking History of Civilization IV automatically meet the requirement, she explains, as material on state and local government has been incorporated into the course. The course in History of Civ IV prior to this semester does not Include this, however, but it may be made up by taking either the political science course in state and local government or one in American government. They are listed as Political Science 163 and 152, respectively, and are three unit courses. Juniors unable to complete these courses prior to graduation may, by permission granted on Individual petition, fulfill the requirement through a noncredit exam to be given next fall. Political Science 152 will be offered in summer sessi...
Blood Drive Postponed, March 16 Named New Date [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 February 1953
Blood Drive Postponed, March 16 Named New Date In order to allow additional time for preparation and publicity, the Red Cross Blood Drive on the Oxy campus has been postponed until March 16, it was announced by drive chairman Peggy Hough. All students who wish to donate blood are urged to return their registration cards, which they received early in January, to the college post office. During the week preceding March 16, appointments for the blood donations will be made at noon in the quad. The Red Cross workers and facilities will be on the campus from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on the day of the drive. Among the events being planned in connection with the promotion of the drive are a short movie which will be shown during an assembly program and a brief talk by a member of the science department on the effect of giving blood upon the human body. Representatives will also work through the various living groups in publicizing the drive. Committees are now being formed to handle the variou...
Attention, Draft Bait! [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 February 1953
Attention, Draft Bait! Men eligible to take the Selective Service College Qualification Test on April 23 should file applications at once with the Selective Service National Headquarters. Ben Culley, dean of men, advised today. Applications and informational bulletins may be obtained at any selective service local board, Culley said, and must be filed no later than midnight, March 9.
Nichols, Stephanoff, Meisser, Fochler Honored by AF-ROTC [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 February 1953
Nichols, Stephanoff, Meisser, Fochler Honored by AF-ROTC Four members of the advanced AF-ROTC program have been selected by the unit and the college for the Distinguished AF-ROTC Students Award. These cadets, Jim Nickels, Jeff Meisser, Bill Fochler, and Wayne Stepha joff, were dhosen after consideration of the following criteria; they were all in the upper one-third of all of the students in their major department, they were in the upper one-third of the AF-ROTC unit academically, they have all made outstanding contributions to the cadet corps, and they have received recogniton from their college faculty advisors. These men have received letters of congratulations from Col. Nickels, and a copy of this, letter has been forwarded to Headquarters AF-ROTC. Col Nickels, stated that the unit may well be proud to have four men qualify for this outstanding performance award.
Forensics Squad Cops 4th for Oxy [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 February 1953
Forensics Squad Cops 4th for Oxy Dee Sharpe, Ann Marie Frosaig, Gary Philp, and Bill Rodman were among the members of the Occidental forensics squad who helped garner the points that gave Oxy a fourth in the sweepstakes of the UCLA Individual Events Forensics Tournament last Saturday at Westwood. Miss Sharpe took first place in upper division women’s interpretive reading. Miss Frostig received the second place award in upper division women’s extemporaneous speaking. Gary Philp, a freshman, took second place in lower men’s interpretive reading, and Bill Rodman, a veteran forensics participant, gained third place in upper men’s oratory against very stiff opposition. Joe Wise, who also made the trip, reached the final round in impromptu speaking. The debaters are spending this weekend at the Cal Tech Invitational Tournament. Especially crucial will be the outcome of the debates Involving Steve Salsbury and Joe Wise, veteran Oxy debaters, who are seeking a possible bid to the West Point...
Cash Awarded In Poetry Contest [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 20 February 1953
Cash Awarded In Poetry Contest Ann Harris, Shirley Ruch •Shivers-, and Joyce Conger were recently declared first, second, and third place winners In the 1952-53 Occidental Poetry Contest. Dr. Kenneth Kurtz, faculty advisor in charge of the competition, stated that more than 50 entries were received. Sonnet form coupled with a fresh theme captured the $5O first prize for Junior Ann Harris. Based on the symbolism of Moby Dick, Miss Harris’ 14liner comments on the growth and change of the figure of evil since Melville’s time, under the title, “Does the Whale Diminish?” Shirley Ruch Shivers, senior, used nature metaphorically with personalities to show how opposites complement each other. Her $3O prize poem, entitled “The Secret,” was written in Shakespearean sonnet form. Sophomore Joyce Conger copped the $2O third place award with a piece called “Time to Rekant.” Combining a serious application of Immanuel Kant’s philosophy to the present age with a tongue-in-cheek punning with the nam...