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Shell Oil Here [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
Shell Oil Here Representatives of the Shell Oil Company will visit the campus next Tuesday between 1 and 5 p.m. for the purpose of recruiting chemists, according to Carol Rapson, assistant placement officer. There is still time to make appointments for interviews in the Placement Office in Johnson 6, Miss Rapson says.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
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Coons Sends Hello Greetings; En Route [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
Coons Sends Hello Greetings; En Route Dr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Coons today board the S.S. Excalibur bound for the Mediterranean area, exactly one week following a band-sparked send-off by students and faculty at the Pasadena Santa Fe railroad station. As they departed on a threemonth tour and the first official vacation in 14 years for the ’ chief of the Tiger campus, a crowd of several hundred students, faculty members and ad- ' ministrative officers staged a farewell demonstration. The uniformed AF-ROTC band, uniformed Tiger Claws and Taps, freshmen song leaders, as well as the costumed Oswald and the Glee Clubs were present at the send-off. The following letter was received this week from President Coons written en route to New York: What a send-off you gave us and what a surprise! We Were almost overwhelmed. We would like to have greeted more of the students personally. I hope they will understand. Both of us were quite touched and feeling rather too deep for words. We greatly app...
DAVIS MAKES TWO IN A MW [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
DAVIS MAKES TWO IN A MW Joel Davis is distinguished from the average Occidental student by the fact that he is the only nineteen-year-old Senior 111 to produce two ASOC musicales in a row. Co-author and producer of last year’s provocative . . and Daniel Webster,” he does the same stint plus directing on the currently rehearsed “Where There’s a Will.” This opus will appear March 20 and 21 on Thorne Stage, and features, says Davis, a cast of several. This number includes Sachel Bryant, Gerry Fitzegerald, Mary Lou Hartsough and Steve Gnagy. “Where There’s a Will” is the result of collaboration between Davis, Nancy Ragan, and Bob Huddleston, and Is based on an original idea by Miss Ragan.
'Splinters & Beams' Topic At Sunday Student Church [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
'Splinters &amp; Beams' Topic At Sunday Student Church “Splinters and Beams” will be Dr. Hu Noble’s topic for his Sunday morning sermon at Oxy’s Student Church. The new choir director, John Worcester, urges all those interested in participating in the service to meet with him at 10 a.rm Sunday morning in the balcony of Alumni Chapel. Bull sessions, led by Angela Castel, will be featured at Fireside Fellowship Sunday evening at 6:45 o’clock in the Women’s Lounge of Freeman Student Union. The Vespers Committee invites all students to a short vesper service every Thursday at 6:45 p.m. in the Music Chapel.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 27 February 1953
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
UUWtNIAL , VOL. LXVII, , NO. 15 OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES 41, CALIF. FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1953 EDITORIALS UIUUFN VOL. LXIII, NO. 15 OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES 41, CALIF. FRIDAY, MAR, 6, 1953
Marvin Will Perform in Thorne Hall [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Marvin Will Perform in Thorne Hall By Lee-Ellen Gilbert Tickets will be distributed next Thursday and Friday from the Thorne Hall box office for ■the concert of Frederick Marvin, a young pianist, which will be presented by the Thorne Artist Series on Monday, March 16, at 8:15, according to Leon Ettinger, Thorne director. Marvin is a former member of the Occidental College music faculty. He made a successful debut in Carnegie Hall in 1918 and won the Carnegie Hall award for the most outstanding debut of their music season that year. After two tours of the continent and numerous performances in this country, he has placed himself in the front row of young American pianists. FREDERICK MARVIN
WSSF to Begin With Assembly [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
WSSF to Begin With Assembly By George Chritton Next Thursday’s assembly will be the kick-off for the World Student Service Fund Drive on the Occidental campus. On the program will be a panel of foreign students who will discuss the educational problems of their respective countries. The discussion will be moderated by Bobbie Cook, a member of the WSSF Committee. In discussing the urgency of this cause, WSSF Co-chairman, Dixon Trueblood, pointed out the importance of young people of other countries having adequate educational opportunity if they are to become capable leaders in the world of tomorrow. “Because the American student is in a similar situation, he is better able to appreciate the importance of a good education. For this reason, the American student should be one of the first to want to help those who are not so fortunate as he,” Trueblood stated. In addition to the assembly program, other promotion activities planned by the WSSF committee include faculty members hashing i...
Job Interviews Scheduled [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Job Interviews Scheduled By Lyn Beynon The student placement office announces the presence of representatives of various industries and businesses on the Occidental campus during the next three weeks to recruit June graduates for various positions. Those who desire an interview may make an appointment with Mrs. Knight in Johnson 6. The schedule of interviews for this month is: Tuesday, March 17, at 11 a.m., U. S. Navy Ordnance Testing Station, physical science students; Tuesday, March 24, at 9 a.m., Pacific Telephone and Telegraph, management trainees; Thursday, March 26, at 9 a.m., Bank of America, management trainees.
Thompson Named Assistant To Coons; Works by Harshman [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Thompson Named Assistant To Coons; Works by Harshman By JOANNA BRAVENDER The appointment of Lyman Thompson as an assistant to President Arthur G. Coons and administrative secretary of Occidental College in the field of public relations and development was announced by Dr. Coons at the beginning of the new year. Thompson will work In cooperation with L. Thur=Jon Harshman, who has served for two years as an assistant to the president and who, in addition, will now take over responsibility as coordinator of alumni activities. “This organization of development as a part of the administration of the college,” stated Dr. Coons, “is an expression of the confidence of the trustees and myself in the long-run importance of Occidental as an Independent, private, liberal arts Institution, and of the importance of full community understanding of the objectives and program of the college as essential to adequate financial support.” Thompson graduated from Knox College (1920) and the Pulitzer Scho...
, Chairman Hough Sets Goal At 300 Pints for '53 Drive [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
, Chairman Hough Sets Goal At 300 Pints for '53 Drive RC Bank Begs Blood By ELSIE FOREMAN Oxy Tigers will get a chance to contribute their red corpuscles to a worthy cause when the Red Cross Blood Bank visits this campus on March 16. This year’s quota is 300 pints, a good deal higher than last year’s colection of 218, according to Peggy Hough, chairman. Registration started Wednesday and will continue through next week. Students who have lost their blanks or release slips may obtain them from the registration desk at noon in the quad. Red Cross attendants will be on duty in alumni gymnasium from 10 a.m. till 2:30 p.m. on Blood Day to collect the blood. An added incentive will be the coffee and orange juice served afterwards. Student donors and their families automatically become members of the Red Cross blood bank, Miss Hough pointed out. and may draw from It free of charge in any emergency. One of the main purposes of this blood drive will be to get gamma globulin to help fight pol...
lady Audley' Opens Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
lady Audley' Opens Tonight Murder! Mystery! Music! Melodrama! all are incorporated in Occidental Players’ production, Lady Audley's Secret, which takes its first bow to students and friends tonight at 8:15 p.m. Leading the cast is Dorothy Jackson, as the scheming, beautiful Lady Audley. Two heroes will grace the stage in the persons of George Talboys (Jim Warner who gets dumped down the chartreuse well In the course of the play) and dashing Robert Audley (Doug Ramsey). The “fine specimen of an old-English gentleman” is Sir Michael Audley, played by Ming Cho Lee. Sandy Robbins is cast as the lovely, fiery Alicia, who almost loses her man. Pulling on the heartstrings of the audience is the innocent maid, Phoebe (Louise Mudge), who promised her dear, dead mother that she would marry Luke Marks (Mike Macready). Luke turns out to be an habitual drunkard, and Phoebe has her troubles. Olio Acts Bob Altheuser, black arm band, cigarettes and all, will provide the piano mood music from the or...