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'Folkways' Program To Be Presented by Cosmo Club Friday [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
'Folkways' Program To Be Presented by Cosmo Club Friday By Maxine Bell In order that Occidental students may become better acquainted with the students from other lands, the Cosmopolitan Club is presenting “Folkways,” a program of skits and dances from foreign countries. “Our foreign students want to do something for Oxy and through this entertainment they can please everyone,” said Pat McClatchey, co-chairman of the club, which has arranged for this program next Friday at 8:15 p.m. in the Women’s Gym. Catherine Makrinikola, cochairman of the club, is directing the show with Kurt Rosdahl acting as Master of Ceremonies. Mr. Rosdahl will open the evening’s entertainment with a Danish song, followed by a song and dance of Japan directed by Sue Ito. Gertrude Peetz is organizing the German skit and Miss Makrinikola is rehearsing her group in the ways of Greek dancing. A dance of the Philippines will be presented under exhibition of American square the guidance of Ernie Layague. Climaxing...
To Earn $550 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
To Earn $ 550 Exactly two weeks is all the time left for Bengal scribes of all kinds to grab their share of the $550 that will be offered for the 17 best papers on the local campus, spokesmen of Alpha Phi Gamma, honorary journalism fraternity, said today. “Absolute, ultimate deadline for the entries is noon of Friday, March 20,” says Hank Dickson, APG president. Entries should be turned in to Mr. Raymond McKelvey in J37, along with two entry blanks. The blanks may be obtained from McKelvey or The Occidental office. The three finalists, each of whom will receive $lOO, qualify lor the big money and the $lOOO first prize. In addition, the winning school will receive a check for $5OOO. A total of $12,500 will be awarded in all. Rules call for two papers of 500 and 750 words, respectively, on subjects both general and specific in nature. One must be written on a specific topic, while the other may be of nearly any topic of the student’s choice. In addition to the three $lOO Winners, one ...
Stein Named RE Speaker [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Stein Named RE Speaker The Rev. Edward Stein of San Diego, chosen principal speaker for the 1953 Religious Emphasis Week on the Oxy campus, will give the major address, Thursday, March 19 at 11:00 a.m. in Tliorne Hall. The young Presbyterian minister is currently pastor of the College Park Presbyterian Church in San Diego, and in addition serves as Director of Student Work and teacher of a counselling course at San Diego State College. Stein has almost completed work for his Ph.D at use. . Chip Hoffman and Rusty Lynch are co-chairmen for the week’s events, and other committee members are Oak Norton, Ellie Speth, Pat Witherel, Ginny Goss, Bill Callison, Gloria Clark, Bill Fochler, and Dick Rush.
Dunlap Discusses Work in Brazil [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Dunlap Discusses Work in Brazil Rev. William Dunlap, this week’s speaker at the Sunday service of Student Church, will present his observations of Brazil made during his recent missionary work in this Latin American country. His topic is "Reformation—Brazil.” Currently associated with the Presbyterian Foreign Mission Board, Rev. Dunlap is a graduate of Hollywood High, attended UCLA and Princeton Seminary, graduating in 1944. “Picture in Your Mind,” a movie with an unusual presentation of the theme of brotherhood, will be shown at Fireside Fellowship this Sunday at 6:45 p.m. Singing, led by Callison, will preceed the film. Vespers will be held at its usual time, 6:45 o’clock, on Thursday evening, in the Music Chapel.
Muskale Ducat Sale Starts Next Tuesday, Says Davis [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Muskale Ducat Sale Starts Next Tuesday, Says Davis Work on the musical portions of the ASOC production, “Where There’s a Will,” Is well under way, according to director-pro-ducer Joel Davis, with recordings of orchestral and choral sections scheduled for tomorrow morning In Thorne Hall. The singing chorus is under the direction of Dennis Little and Josephine Kirkpatrick, says Davis, while Truman Fisher is handling the orchestra and orchestrations. Barbara Hunt is doing the choreography. Ruth Ann Jordan is acting as stage manager and technical super- visor, while Ming Cho Lee has designed the sets. Tickets on Sale Tickets for the production, scheduled to run Friday and Saturday, March 20 and 21, will go on sale next Tuesday during noontime in the Quad. The price will be $l. "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. Rachel Bryant will portray Peonie Clop, hillbilly flower of the ...
Psi Chi OK's 8 New Ones [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Psi Chi OK's 8 New Ones Ps i Chi, national honoary psychology fraternity, initiated eight new members and installed new officers at a dinner meeting held last night at the Martha Ottenby restaurant in Eagle Rock. New initiates include Janet Aerea, Bill Katz, Frank Goddard, Cecil Springfield, Joan Currey, George Gallagher, Jan Johnson and Soren Kierkegaard. Officers Installed were Bob Knox, president; Bill Smith, vice-president; Joanne Teasley, secretary; Virginia Pfiff n e r, treasurer and Bob Lytle, syndrome chairman. David Cole, faculty adviser, spoke on the development of projection from Plato’s Cave to three dimensional movies. Psych department chairman Dr. Gilbert Brighouse and his wife were guests of the group. Activities planned by the group for the near future include the annual department open house and an' evening lecture by Otto Rank on the subject, “Is Birth Really Traumatic?”
Travelers to Visit Norway Via Film in Thorne March 10 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Travelers to Visit Norway Via Film in Thorne March 10 By Lee-Ellen Gilbert "Life in Norway,” from Its snow-eapped peaks to its rugged seacoast, will be shown 8:15 p.m. The series is sponsored by Oxy’s Las Amigas Mothers Club and proceeds go to the Las Amigas Student Aid Fund. The behind-the-scenes story of modern Norway takes the audience into the Norwegian people’s work in the lumber mills, fisheries and farms. Skiing, picturesque fjords and the arctic life of the Lapps are shown along with pictures of old Norwegian architecture. Mrs. Parker, although a native of Norway, was educated in the United States while her father served for the Norwegian diplomatic service. She has traveled extensively in Scandinavian countries taking pictures and living with the people. HJORDIS PARKER in color motion pictures by HJordis Kittel Parker of the Travel Series lecture in Thorne Hall, Tuesday, March 10 at
Coming Soon [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Coming Soon By Janice Dean Marble temples and pagan ritual set the mood tor Occidental Players’ centrally-staged production of ‘‘The Face of God” to be presented in Thorne 8 on March 12, 13 and 14 at 8 p.m. This unique play, which combines the rousing lines of Greek drama with the human tragedies of life, is staged and directed by Gary Philp, a freshman drama and speech student. The play suggests that all men wears masks and that few men dare to face death in order to see life in true perspective. The story revolves around three central figures. Bill McKenzie, portraying an artistic mask maker, surveyes the works of mankind. A young dancing girl to whom he speaks is played by Diane Woodford. Joyce Hopping, as Vayaka, the priestess of the one "true” god, unveils the torments of supressed hatreds and desires. Music, fused with the scene, fades and thunders to enhance the vibrant tone of the dialogue. Darryl Guy coordinates this feature of the performance. Gale Dunn will manage the ela...
'Medieval World' Displayed in Thorne [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
'Medieval World' Displayed in Thorne By Lyn Beynon "The Medieval World” Is the theme of a photographic exhibit prepared by Life magazine which will be on display In the foyer of Thorne Hall for the next three weeks. The exhibit is a group of photographs published recently in a pictorial essay on medieval culture In Life. There will also be some pictures that were omitted from the essay due to lack of space. This display, which Includes twenty-four panels, illustrates the role of the Church, the Town and the Castle in the life of medieval man. The exhibit was selected for this month to further carry out the theme of Religious Emphasis Week.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
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-•"“■w■m m w w w w ■ w w Dinner for OCW Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
-•"“■w■m m w w w w ■ w w Dinner for OCW Sunday Off-campus men will host off-campus women Sunday, March 8, at a progressive dinner to be held at the homes of Dorothy Kellstrom, Tom Taecker and Dorothy Hjelte. All off-campus students are invited to participate * * in this informal affair. Tickets are on sale this noon In the quad and may be obtained at the dinner. The price la 75 cents. Dress for the evening will be slacks for the men and party dresses for the women. Transportation will leave Oxy at 5:45 Sunday afternoon from in front of the fountain. Dinner ia scheduled for 6:00. The salad will be served at the home of Dorothy Kellstrom, 1011 N. 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. Tom Taecker. OCM prexy, urges all off-campus students to come out and enjoy this activity.
AWS Presents Campus Talent [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
AWS Presents Campus Talent With presentations given by SAI and Zeta Eta, the AWS assembly will be held on Tuesday, March 10, in Alumni Chapel. A variety of talent wIU be seen, ranging from light to classical selections. Joan Cornelius and Juliette Anderson will sing a duet from Madame Butterfly. A piano selection will be given by Joyce Hopping. Shirley Nute and Nesta Williams are in charge, along with assembly chairman, Loyce Danbaucher.
Work Starts On May Day [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Work Starts On May Day By Rosie Chamberlain “A Young Girl’s Fancy” has been selected as the theme for this year’s May Day. This annual affair Is the largest project of AWS during the year. It Is the day when junior and senior girls from nearby high schools are invited to the campus to get an idea of what coed life at Occidental is really like. Included on the agenda will be registration, a fashion and water show at Taylor Pool and luncheon in Freeman Union. Immediately following lunch will be a program in Thorne Hall which will consist of a panel telling various phases of the curriculum at Oxy. A tea and open house in the dormitories will also help acquaint the prospective coeds with life at Oxy. Concluding the day’s affair will be the May festival and crowning of the May Queen in the Greek Bowl. The script for the festival, carrying out the theme, was written by Ann Harris. Also being readied for May Day are the water ballet and the dances for the festival. Joyce Hopping and Peggy ...
'P'io4&ecii*tty [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
'P'io4&amp;ecii*tty By Joan Davis Had a little vacation (?) and now I'm back to the grind again. There's one thing about having the flu these days—there's plenty of company for those in this sad plight. The bug is completely undiscriminating, too rich and poor, smart and dumb, professors and students alike have their turns. No wonder President Coons left last week! I wish I could get away from the flu by taking a short run around the Mediterranean. Congratulations are in order in several areas this week— First to the Oxy Dance Group who put on a program that packed the crowds in every night and brought the money rolling through fingertips! Having the flu and missing it, I can’t say from my own experience, but from all sides I have marvelous reports and nothing but praise, praise, praise. Congratulations repeated to the wits who really came through with a super-duper Fang this time! Every issue seems to get better, but this one takes the cake! The cartoons ore wonderful, and ...
mmmmi On 'Blarney Ball' Theme [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
mmmmi On 'Blarney Ball' Theme Strictly Social By Bev Scroggs Hey, you Oxy gals! Let's get on the ball for the “Blarney Ball.” Remember, there’s only one short week left to get that very special date for the Co-Ed Hop. From all indications, this year’s annual event should be the greatest ever. Wonder why? Well, here’s all the dope. First off, Keith Williams will be providing the music. St Patrick’s Day will dominate the scene, making for a good time. Want more? Well, there’s going to be a big contest. Gals, it’s up to you to put forth all your originality and make a corsage for your date. Not just an ordinary corsage, but one that fits the theme. The guys sporting the best of these creations, or should we say those brave enough to wear said monstrosities, will receive attractive prizes. Tickets are now on sale in all the dorms for $2.00 per couple. The attire will be dark suits and dressy dresses. The committee chairmen behind all this work are Joanne Bennett and Marilyn Fair, decora...
Las Amigas Feature Finland [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Las Amigas Feature Finland By Jerria Green “Olympic Games in Finland,” to be presented by Mrs. Lee Hansen, and selections by the college music department, will be of special interest to the Las Amigas in their March 6th meeting at 2 o’clock In Alumni Chapel. The sound films, taken by Mr. Lee Hansen of La Canada on his recent trip to Helsinki, are narrated by Braven Dyer. Mrs. Hansen is a member of the Las Amigas Board. Following the meeting, presided over by Mrs. Paul Andrew Grube, tea will be served in the women’s lounge. Mmes. L. Reed Brantley and E. R. Chllcott will pour. The Las Amigas will also be sponsoring the Oxy Players in “Lady Audley’s Secret” on Thursday, March 5, and the Travel Series program, “Life in Norway,” with HJordis Klttel Parker on March 10. Proceeds will go to the Student Consultant Service and Las Amigas Student Aid.
Calendar Slates Social Doings [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Calendar Slates Social Doings "Lady Audley’s Secret,” Thorne March 5, 6 and 7 Redlands, Cal Tech, Oxy Track Meet at Cal Tech March 7 O.C.M. Progressive Dinner March 8 Casmo Club Program March 13 Co-ed Hop, "Blarney Ball,” Freeman Union March 14 Long Beach Relays, 2 p.m : March 14 W.S.S.F. Drive March 16-20 Artist Series, Frederick Marvin March 16 Square Dance Club March 20 “Where There’s a Will,” Thorne March 20, 21 Whittier at Oxy, Track Meet at 2 p.m March 21 Religious Emphasis Week March 22-27 Pomona and Oxy at Pomona, Track Meet at 2 p.m March 28 Easter Week Vacation March 29-April 5