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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
THE OCCIDENTAL Published every Friday during the school year except the first and last weeks of school by the Associated Students of Occidental College, Office: Ground Floor, Freeman Student Union Telephone; Albany 1151—Ext. 43 Press of the Compton Printing Co., 1029 W, Washington Bivd. Los Angeles Member: Associated Collegiate Press Represented Nationally: National Advertising Service Editor Nalws Editors. ... Doreen Bradley Joyce Conger Ronald Hayes Feature Editor Jan Kerr Copy Editor Jim Lare 'Hank Dickson Sports Editor Tom Paterson Society Editor Joan Angus Business Manager. .Doug Smoyer Circulation Jim McCloskey Cartoonists—Walter Greenup. Bob Hansen, Chuck Welborne. Sports Staff—Stan Abbott, Johnny Fisher, Tom Peterson. Dick Sovde, Jim Terrill, Bert Woodruff and Gary Rhelnschlld. Reporters—Joan Davis, Vivian Denlatoun, Patsy Moisling, Jerrie Green, Rachael Bryant. Martle Webster, Ann Watkins, Bev Scroggs, Rosie Chamberlain, Martha Adams, Steve Salsbury, Ken Jenkins. Diane Kels...
uncle Joe Near End; What Will Happen? [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
uncle Joe Near End; What Will Happen? By STEVE SALSBURY Being a history major I dislike speculation and predictions of future events. I am not a Drew Pearson, so my forecasting or guessing does not guarantee 100 per cent accuracy. In spite of this I can’t resist comment on what will happen if poor old Joe Stalin should meet his just reward. What will happen? Will Russia make an orderly transition from one dictator to another? Will the USSR undergo a struggle for power and control? Will the Communist threat end, or be temporarily diminished, or be Increased? Let's review the present situation. At the present time there are three would-be successors to the Red Butcher. They are Malotov, Malenkov, and Beria (Beriya). The method of telling who Is the man next in line to the top is to determine the order in which the men in the Polit Bureau are named. The one following Stalin is second, and so on. According the last lineup Malenkov was second, and the rest were down the line. As one view...
Library Has New Secrets [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Library Has New Secrets By Diane Kelsey “Do you realize the vast gold mine of your Occidental library, or do you think of It as just a date bureau?” These thought - provoking words of head librarian, Miss Elizabeth McCloy, give a small hint to the wealth of material in our own college library. It will be the purpose of this article to delve into that rich store and present to the student body some of its treasures. A recent acquisition which the library is rightly proud of is a set of 54 beautifully bound volumes entitled “Great Books of the Western World.” These Include the literature of Western civilization. According to library secretary Martha Hickman, who has compiled the statistics concerning the work, these voluhines are considered “one of the most ambitious publishing projects in years.” They include a total of 32 thousand pages and 25 million words from the works of 74 authors from Homer to Freud, along with biographical notes and footnotes.
Tiger Growls [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Tiger Growls What Goes? We should do away with such a scrounge as Don Skraba. His presence at Oxy has a deleterious effect on all who come in contact with him. Isn’t it about time we do something to get rid of uncouth football players like him? Ray Taylor
Bits From the Cracker Barrel [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Bits From the Cracker Barrel By Bobby I’ve never saved a life before. Never had a chance to. It might be kind of nice to know that a pint of my blood kept some person alive for a few more years. I’ve been talking to some of the war vets on campus. They know how much a pint of my blood can do for a wounded buddy. It is needed in Korea right now. Then there are the folks at home who’d like to live a little longer, too. I’ve always envied a doc and wondered how he feels when he has given some child a life to look forward to. Nope, I’ve never even rescued someone from drowning. Never had a chance to. By golly, this is one chance I’m not going to miss.
DmyfneKia Reveals Unique Goose Steppers [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
DmyfneKia Reveals Unique Goose Steppers By Hichard Norton This week I’ve got a happy little column for you. All about dancing. The Ballet Theater was In town and the Modern Dance Cancert was in the Women’s Gym. So here goes! I caught the ballet one night from “angel’s roost” (you feel like you’re flying from a buck twenty seat) in the Philharmonic. After seeing such a professional group perfom, it really burns me that so many people can put themselves down by claiming they “don’t understand it.” First off was "Designs With Strings” in which the dancers patterns were beautifully accentuated by Tchaikowsky’s “A Minor Trio.” Then there was a colorful Item called “La Fille Mai Gardee” something about a famer’s daughter. But the work I had gone to see was “Billy the Kid.” Many were the times I had heard the seethingly realistic Copland score via a record owned by Joe Meeker or one in the Carnegie Room. The addition of dance to the music totaled—one of the finest of ballet scores. Particu...
EsShE [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
EsShE Few-people have ever accused me of being a gourmet, and it is unlikely that I will ever be known for my delicate taste in fine foods. This, however, is beside the point. Igoto a restaurant because (1) the food is edible; (2) it is not expensive; and (3) the people there are Interesting. There is a place nearby that meets these three requirements. You’ve heard of "Lindy’s”? Well, this one Is “Linda’s.” It’s a very obscure inauspicious place with a big cup of coffee on a crazy sign overhead. It’s on Avenue 50, across from the market on the corner, Just off Monte Vista. Sometimes I wander in there and talk to Linda about my troubles, or sometimes 1 can't think of any and I Just have coffee. It’s open frdm 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., and the people who come In there are really incredible. Take me, for example. And there are others. You can learn a great deal from people by just listening. The specimens that wander through the place afford quite a liberal education. If you pay attention you ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
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Speakers Seek Tourney Honors [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
Speakers Seek Tourney Honors Making diligent plans for next weekend are thirteen members of the Occidental forensics squad who will be competing for honors at Pepperdine College and the University of Arizona. ■ In addition to Steve Salsbury and Joe Wise, who will be out to stay in the running for a bid to the nationals, others competing at Pepperdine will be Dee Sharpe, Marilyn Burn, and Dee Moore in interpretive reading, Dale Bruner and Carnegie CalJan in debate and Jim Croxton In oratory and interpretation. Another group of five forensics students will venture a little further afield when they leave on Wednesday for the International Invitational at Tucson. Those making the trip include Peggy Keller, Ann Marie Frostig, Bill Rodman, Merrill Francis and Jim Lare. OXYPHOTO POINTING OUT to Dr. Norman Freestone the route they will take to the International Speech Tournament in Tuscon, Arizona, are Bill Rodman, left, Peggy Keller and Jim Lare,
8 Members [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
8 Members Seven pledges will be initiated into active status In Alpha Phi Gamma, national journalism fraternity, in ceremonies slated to take place next Tuesday evening in the Women’s Lounge. A dinner meeting In the Green Room at 6:15 p.m. will precede the initiation, according to Hank Dickson, president. Initiates include Don Price, Claire Jenks, Tom Peterson, Janh. Reaver, Joan Davis, Doug Hawkes and Joan Angus. Officers participating in the Initiation besides Dickson will be Bev Scroggs and Jim Gruber, vice-presidents and Joyce Conger, secretary. Ron Hayes will serve as bailiff.
ledbttarenWL [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
ledbttaren\WL The second in a series of Morning Chapel Services sponsored by the freshman class will be held next Tuesday at 7 a.m. in the Women’s Lounge. This service will center around the theme of Lent and will be led by Jim Lare. All students are encouraged to join the freshmen in this early morning devotional meeting, according to Joyce Schinnerer, chairman of the planning committee.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 6 March 1953
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