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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
CApitol 1-5139 A n A I D TYPEWRITER AND MUMIR OFFICE SUPPLY CO. New "Royal Typewriter" Distributor Standard Electric Portable Rentals Sales Service 2805 North Figueroa St. Los Angeles 65 Genuine Engraved Wedding Invitations at the amazingly low price of 100 for $16.95 SETH'S Printing and Engraving ALbany 1300 5910 N. Figueroa St.
Off-Campus Men Plan OCW Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
Off-Campus Men Plan OCW Dinner Off Campus Men will host Off Campus Women next Sunday, March 8, at their annual progressive dinner. Tickets go on sale next Thursday and Friday noon in the quad. They can also be obtained the night of the dinner. The price is 75 cents. Three homes will be visited during the evening, with one dinner course eaten at each. Salad will be served at Dorothy Kellstrom’s home, 10H North Everett, Glendale. Tom Taecker’s home at 1426 Meriman Drive, Glendale, will provide the main dish. Dessert and entertainment will follow at Dorothy Hjelte’s, 4468 Dundee Drive in Los Angeles. Anyone requiring transportation is asked to meet in front of the fountain at 5:45. Dinner Is scheduled for 6 p.m. Maps will be provided at this time, with directions also being posted during the week in both OCM and OCW lounges. Dress for the non-date affair is dressysport for the girls. The men will wear coats and ties. Strictly Social
Russian History Offered Students [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
Russian History Offered Students Dr. Andrew Kalpaschnikoff is giving a course in "Modern Russian History” at the Beverly Hills High School on Monday evenings from 7:30 until 10:00 p.m. The course is sponsored by the Beverly Hills Adult Education Division at the high school which is located at 241 Moreno Drive. The first session was held on Monday, February 2. The fee for the course is two dollars. The scope of the course will extend from Alexander 11, the liberator of the serfs, to the present Korean action. Dr. Kalpaschnikoff will attempt to answer such current questions as: What do the Russian people think? Do they favor world conquest by Communism? Do they really favor peace offered by Democracy?
Sad [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
Sad Dear Readers, We find that before beginning the theme of this week's column on the social doings at Oxy, it might be fair to warn you that even though our material on the outward glance appears to be embittered, prejudiced, and cynical, we do not truly mean to speak with tongues of vipers, but that we merely wish to hold your attention for a few momments. We have discovered that the two best ways to do that are either through a discussion of sex, or through the medium of sarcasm with, its subsequent soul-bearing. Since our knowledge of the former is somewhat scanty, we have chosen the latter as our theme simply to relieve some of the boredom that the writing up of the usual weekly trivia instills in us. As you undoubtedly know by now— if you have read this column with any degree of sensitivity—that we as society scribes find that life among the headhunters of Eagle Rock is not the gentle bed of roses that the catalogue and Lew Bowman would have you believe. In fact, there are a ...
‘Blarney Ball’ Themes Coed Hop [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
‘Blarney Ball’ Themes Coed Hop Come one, come all to the “Blarney Ball.” What is It you ask? Why it’s going to be the greatest social event of the season; the annual Co-Ed Hop to be held in the student union March 14th. A St. Patrick’s Day theme has been chosen for the event this year. That means we should see a lot of originality in the traditional corsages the girls make for their dates. By the way, in case you haven’t heard, this is one of those occasions when the boys have the fun of waiting for that all important phone call. The costume will be dressy dress, dark suits and party dresses. Music is being furnished by Keith Williams and his orchestra. Tickets will see for $2.00 per couple. Sponsored by AWS, the following special committees have been chosen to organize the “Blarney Ball.” Heading these committees are Joanne Bennett and Marilyn Fair, decorations; Janet Shively, bids and ticket sales; Carol Reddy, refreshments; and Dottle Reltzell, publicity.
Dorms Select New Officers for Year [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
Dorms Select New Officers for Year Each of the campus men’s and women’s dorms recently elected new officers. At Orr the new president Is Jan Chambers while the vicepresidents are Mary Lou Jackson and Marilyn Spaan. The secretary is Maxine Bell and the treasurer is Barbara Bathgate. Frosh representative is Chloe Cuthbert and Judicial Board representative is Carol Bowles. At Erdman Jeannie Jamison is president and Jerrie Green and Joan Lewis are vice-presidents. Other officers are: Secretary Joyce Conger, and Treasurer Norma Davis. Historians are Andy Blough and Diane Harden. Frosh represntative is Pat Witherel and Judicial Board, Pat Hart. The new Haines president is Barbara Kennedy and vicepresidents are Barbara Gentle and Jane Colby. The secretary is Jan Shively and the treasurere is Doris Lindsley. Jean Arrington is frosh representative and Shirley McClure, Judicial Board. Dan Stark is president at Swan and the new veep is Phil Hudson. Treasurer is Doug Ramsey and athletic represe...
Frosh Play Games At Yosemite Park [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
Frosh Play Games At Yosemite Park A “Frosh Get-together” was held by the freshman class yesterday, Thursday, February 26, from 3 to 5:30 p.m. at Yosemite Park . Entertainment consisted of volleyball and baseball. Ice cream bars were served for refreshments. The purpose of this second class get-tog ether was to acquaint the members of the class with others. Lynn Helm, frosh social chairman, was in charge of the arrangements.
Thorne Hall Presents Organist Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
Thorne Hall Presents Organist Monday Evening Jeanne Demessieux, professor of organ at the Royal Conservatory at Liege and a world renowned performer on the “king of instruments,” will present a recital In Thorne Hall next Monday evening, March 2, at 8:15 p.m. This recital, which Is open to the public without charge, is the third and concluding performance in this season’s Master Organ Series sponsored by Occidental and the Pasadena and Valley District Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. Child Prodigy As a child prodigy at the Conservatory of Montpellier, Mile. Demessieux won all possible awards. Attending the National Conservatory in Paris, she won a sensational number of first prizes: harmony, counterpoint, fugue, piano and organ. She worked for five years under Marcel Dupre on organ literature and her first public appearance in Paris at the Salle Pleyel established her in her triple capacity as performer, composer and improviser. An Improvised symphony on six themes submit...
Fraternities Choose Officers [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
Fraternities Choose Officers The start of the spring semester saw the four fraternities holding elections for new officers. Results of the elections are as follows; At the ATO house new officers are Ray Taylor, president; Bill Fochler, vice-president; Bob Fisher, treasurer; Leroy Small and Bob Dreibelbus, social cochairmen and Jim Wakeman, rush chairman. Elected for Kappa Sigma to hold office during the remainder of the spring semester are the following: Paul Axe, president; Ernie Espenscheild, vicepresident; Bruce Cathcart, secretary; Forrest Merrill, treasurer; Bob Caneday, social chairman and Charlie Miller, house manager. For the SAE’s during the spring semester are Laird Facey wielding the gavel as president; Jim Lare, vice-president; Bill McKenzie, secretary; Roger Mann, treasurer; Dave Lessley, house manager; Dave Christ, social chairman. Elected for the coming year for the Fijis are Kirby Adams, president; Tim Tetley, house manager; Jack McNally, recording secretary; Wade Ta...
Freestone Speaks To Faculty Women [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
Freestone Speaks To Faculty Women The Faculty Women’s Club of Occidental College will hold its monthly meeting and tea Tuesday, March 3, at 2 p.m. at the campus home of Dr. and Mrs. Glenn S. Dumke. Dr. Norman W. Freestone of the speech faculty will talk on “Is It True What They Say?” Assisting Mrs. Dumke as hostesses will be Miss Ruth Binns, Mmes. James G. Bickley, John Davis, Roy Fairchild and Cora Smith.
Gammas-Kappa Sigs Have Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
Gammas-Kappa Sigs Have Picnic The members of the Gamma Sorority and Kappa Sigma fraternity enjoyed a picnic last Sunday afternoon at Brookside Park. Games such as volleyball, softball and a little football were enjoyed by everybody, and traditional picnic refreshments topped the day off, according to Gamma Barbara Brockhouse and KZ Bob Caneday, social chairmen of the respective groups.
ICC Dance Held at Armory in Ontario [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
ICC Dance Held at Armory in Ontario On Saturday, February 21, the annual ICC dance was held. Many Oxyites journeyed to the National Guard Armory in Ontario for the dance which was held from 9 to 12 p.m. The eight schools represented were Cal Tech, Oxy, Pomona, Whittier, Redlands, Scripps, Claremont Men’s College, and Chapman. There were approximately 1500 students attending the affair; Oxy had the largest representation with about 125 couples. School mascots and banners were in evidence around the hall. Couples attending danced to the music of Freddy Martin. Bill Rohr and his combo added to the evening’s entertainment by playing during intermission. One of the highlights of dance was the “Bunny Hop.” Cal Tech was in charge of the refreshments, which consisted of soft drinks. Oxy was in charge of the finance.
Track Season Opens Bengals, Poets Expected To Dominate SCIC Relays [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
Track Season Opens Bengals, Poets Expected To Dominate SCIC Relays By BERT WOODRUFF All loyal Tigers should face Mecca and use their mystic amulets to conjure up some real George magic, for tomorrow afternoon the Oxy thinclads will embark upon their 1953 spike campaign. At 1:30, leather-lung-ers from Oxy, Whittier, Pomona, Cal Tech and Redlands will assemble to battle for blue ribbons in the annual SCIC Relays. This stellar spike-fest, to be staged at Whittier, will be a dog fight all the way, with at least two or three men in contention for the bacon in each event. As things shape up now, Whittier, with its great distance runners, is favored to score heavily in the running races, while Oxy and Pomona rate as co-favorites in the field events. This year’s edition of the SCIS Relays will be a far cry from last year’s Oxy runaway. Most of the afternoon’s slate of events are loaded with competition. One of the hottest sprints will see two old teammates from Mount San Antoino take up sta...
Golfers Score 28»8 Victory Against SB [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
Golfers Score 28»8 Victory Against SB Occidental’s golf team returned from Santa Barbara last week with mixed emotions. They couldn’t help being pleased with their-decisive 28 to 8 win over the Santa Barbara team, but they were somewhat chagrined over the poor quality of their play just the same. Oxy plays host to a rugged UCLA outfit next Tuesday on the beautiful Oakmont course in Glendale. Oxy had anticipated an easy victory, and they were so right. Bu’ they had also looked forward to some good golf on their part, and on this point they were quite wrong. Mediocre With one exception, the Oxy linkmen ranged from poor to mediocre. This single deviation was the brilliant play of Lee Dudley. Lee played a steady and safe game, scoring an admirable 77. Dudley, who was playing in the No. 3 position, turned in the best game by far, in easily winning the limit of six points. Others to win all six were John Gaines and Roger Harwey. They were followed closely by John Argue and Tom Peterson, w...
Netmen Meet Glendale Mon [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
Netmen Meet Glendale Mon Coach Lodi Galassi’s varsity tennis team tackles Glendale City College in the season opener on the Tiger courts next Monday at 3 p.m. Lodi believes that this year’s club will vastly improve last season’s record of only one win in eight league matches. The Bengal racketmen have continued to display the same spirit and enthusiasm which they greeted Galassi with two weeks ago. Elimination On Lodi reported that the elimination tournament for regular berths on the team has started. He also added that the tournament is still open to all newcomers, especially freshmen who are interested in one of the greatest carry-over sports in the world. At the present time ten fellows are closely bunched together in the battle for the first six positoins. Ten Men These ten racketmen are headed by Dick Martin, Dick Holmes, Lou Robinson, Bob Hoskins. Mike McCready and Ted Pettit. These six are being pressed by Jim Nickels, Jim Carbaugh, Bob Delong and John Roney. The doubles team...
Mt. Sac Falls Before Steady Frosh Efforts [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
Mt. Sac Falls Before Steady Frosh Efforts By DOUG HAWKES Coach Dick Wells’ frosh spikesters overcame darkness, a fast-dropping temperature and a highly touted Mt. San Antonio JC track crew to start off the 1953 cinder campaign with a sweet 67 to 64 victory, last Friday, on the losers’ oval. The slim win margin failed to tell the real story, however, the Tigers having sewed up a sure margin with the running of the 220 low hurdles. ■ Fine Depth The Tigerkits showed some fine depth in the weight events, and it was in this department that the fracus was decided. The Bengal first year men swept the shot put with Jim Mathias, Tom Meyer and Don Lyons finishing in that order. Mathias came back with a fine toss of 138 ft % in. in the discus throw to grab another blue ribbon and was closely followed by Kelly Hester who snared place money. Mathias had to settle for a tie with speedster Larry Newquist for top Black and Orange scoring honors, however. Newquist sped to a flashing 9.9 win in the c...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
HOME MEETS •Sat. Mar. 21—Whittier College Fri. Apr. 17 —Fresno State (Nite) •Tues. Apr. 21—All Conference (Nite) AWAY MEETS •Sat. Feb. 28 —Conference Relays at Whittier *Sat. Mar, 7 —Caltech and Redlands at Caltech Sat. Mar. 14—Long Beach Relays •Sat. Mar. 28 —Pomona at Pomona Sat. Apr. 4—U.S.C. at Coliseum Sat. Apr. 4—Stanford at Palo Alto Sat. May 9 Fresno Relays Fri. May 15—Coliseum Relays Fri. June s—Compton Invitational Fri. and Sat. June 19, 20 — N.C.A.A. at Nebraska All Home Meets Start at . P.M. •Denotes Conference Competition